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X III. Ill II Mill MHIS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. Jll.Y 25. IJJl 36 Asked To Trials For Trinidad Tour NOPLA) YESTERDAY i.\ni THIKTV-S1X player* nave oeen mvitcd to prat itn [or< i a*' tTrinidad w! place either in September or Oclojber Th-> exact date will Imtl I ei i haw been lavited Men: < %  Geoffrey C. A %  %  Ev%  %  > Inert HanmsiI Johnson, Michael Mortimer' %  | ii %  roana. I...at in. : Ai >, i %  %  %  •. | %  thy Warren. M.nj Knight. i'egx* *"""* pui fnUaiMt M.HI.'. Taylor. .'< Jean Mc M.C.C. Team Tour Camula tied by L. W. V. Kobms. forme i %  the first n Knight, Itv William*. 137 Denis Compton Hits s ^ r f^ l8 t „. ^K ^ i 514I\atOut His 97 th Hundred Ihtriar Makes Fine Start July la. FHEDDIE JAKEMAN. of Nor~u>nt*. who hit the Mason's top individual score — 258 not mi*.. nrainsi Essex on Monday, hamBv FRANK ROSTRON mcred another ITS not out against July 19. Surrey at the Ova) HARD ,.n the trail of h,. r-ndredth hundred1 ,, Den* M !" ^•**?&,£%£! Compton. icorinfi a charscterislically gay ISO in three ina c^m^e. bowUnj last rrWay. a halt hours lor Players against some Gentlemanly bowling f)v him 514 rum in three lay in hi* favourite antting. Lord's, he made his Inninis—nd not once wu he oui ,h„, tnree-figure .core ol *. se.son and the 7th firstJJft • h^hjM.* jgj nowaday*"" prophets of cricket ) M K IKIN I II'. • r. Janice JACK /K/N UHFIT TO PLAY IN TEST i %  .:, Sutberin •" ••" n*ea E H I I I IH IIM lXNDON,Ju.y24 l n.ju-hes have The lean) H W ridi i> Uni W G Kefuh lv I N Barl %  I H rset >, M. H jt B ...... i ,., -. rel. A W. 1 il i i Kenl). A 'i I i Cai %  : %  i II Cheioxford University and %  (,n>nada Girls Arrive Today Yorluhirf (SO for 6) IW Villaige Green Taeties July 18. and vi.. .n K dual hour ol %  1 the Oval lass century of his career. On tin* form Compton. lemparnUttana, %  feould be u> more than two or I aha ix hind his old rival 1. ii Hutlou in b< •.tenth player to achieve the "triple Bo <-ll was Complon's timing functioning—never have 1 seen %  an thwackatrg his oeeer drives with mote power and pace—that II seemed a cameo of his golden 1M". Then In his record season's aggregate of 3.816 he Leu dt'iimlrd It .tall Ihe sunshine of 1947 yesterday and OOtM of tin* sorrow a unsuccessful viteruptaln last winter in Australia. Instead, it was Hut ton. Star , Saaaaiacuoul SS^J^WWSS^Si tSTu^&, when" he took Suffering from .. beutaed back l ''"'>*/ o* Jr. L', .. for 41 Injured lluday before in a suicide flighu-d the ball well in his llrst "j^ ^ al ( n£o|n yw Uird IVi pOatUOa %  < Tin(> %  ..! Bag ii|.M-M-ntative game. whan, in long spells of bowling, he U-n demote*! kj m aj lf u> Kxperlence wa u,,. only nuin to He down (I" ttlag '>nir. Nigel Howard took over the •^ropc.Btershire His tigurc-.; .s-ift and subdui-d. Hution for rapUmcy of the Gentlemen from 42—13—78^—4. i i t-.iv Old Master. He Yat.tley M Yardley's exprvss — l i | UUtlnp "f 1. which wlsn< to give him experience beCLUB PREMIERE %  ban Dsvnaaa baanad him f oru m8 forthcoming leadership of XCMMIC TOIIPNAMITMT ordinary off-break. thc M C .C. teem in India. T 95 v ? TOURNAMtM I Another, once again lo suffer by |[. handled the limited bowling THERE will be no play this .n with the sparkle of ihe al his disposal well, except for afternoon. mvis ( OMITON glojm. Hail, this moining. Parade of Youth. Step forward No. 1. 18-year-old Colin Smith, of Lancashire. Colin left his Stoekp-irt chool just a week ago. Yesterday he was invited to try out his fast medium bowling on Hampshire. Colin look one for 32. Not startling. ma>be Bui Ihe recori book won't tell you that repeatedly ha beat the bat. Now No. 2, another Lancastrian 20-year-old Tom Greenhough. nd like Smith, making his debut. Tom's spinners gave him three lor 45 m 14 overs—and M OtlmU bowled experienced Neville Itogers with a googly. Here's No. 3—Gloucester's 20year-old off-splnner Brian Weil*. making only his second appearance His first was against So See our fine line of LADIES' PLASTIC RAINCOATS s-2.au •;,. and PLANTERS" UMBRELLAS si. II eg. CAVE SHEPHERD & (0.. LTD. 10.11.12 & 13. BROAD STREET i. „. luh. 01 otirBi ....-j.ki mea Martina b) putOm Harlai en al ,u, by the sea-m-. heavlo,! KOrer. who hc wron „„,. Thursday's match 'III be thai Ytvkablre i • %  I set to mad.n most impressive SO bflorc being out II... to Yarrtloy. Players cloamg tolsl ot S43 for Miss Bui then Robertson, by long eight—modest comiderin ml Gilnics. Ladles Sinslr, A Griffith VI Fans Barrack Gibb's 138 July 18. Paul Ol wtefcet%  %  %  for g*scx— ill Northam^--day. Ar. .. %  . %  ears befor lunch and stolidly went on batting They made the game lafe I till went on batting ril.-v K:I 381 ( %  even and a lame draw Yes, Essex kept i/icit record hut tbtj loal l lot of gdsabn I --day froip Onanada to pl*y Island Team* chosen ban UU ItarbadoNet ball League. will also be matches sut h u panic lhat Yorkshire lost _. to m9 Middlesex learnbetween ihem—was a reward for c. B. Forde and W. DeC. For %  Olympls cinb gad Qua* x n in In woring 30 and had to t j_ J %  The II xt And it ri caused .,,„,,. , ar custome-l to being a Compton and Robertson scored 210 .. .... il.i Vi.-liiriirsi liis.1 "' %  . ... ,,_ . . -. IWA-; ,fits> a ipiEarrl tot Men's Double* ,,iv .^ follows : ., %  .. Club CAkmr -t %  >' 1' < JI M> a—w OlyrniMa%  %  . 1 IN p n %  i id >t Qua* Aumi-t Hi>\ •I Qui i i. %  %  beconlenl %  %  ol runs eddad toi the ninth wicket Lock (23) in a valuable stand that exasperated ihi Gentlemen's sustained keenV s. J ,„„,„„, mate^d.^*^ c!mf T |m m .. f , „ „ u,h, ^ Cr.v.n,, w„h -,>U.h I I-— tt-lH ^ K-unttMlly he was caught hoptheir head-.. ind Ix R. Black%  Hea's Silltles Eiiwatds vs J. Robi ,>r.' *tn Am I Savage has kindly i i ;i Maggat iiuiton > seemed fa SHERMAN'S BODY TAKEN TO USA NAPLES. July 24 >l plane left for Wash^ Cricket Results ,-itl it faul.irile a wailing plat a minute ssemed tar A spe.ii.l plane let! lor waoat Ihj nearby airport *'> '">"; ..,.. /. ,, .. ., oi^walrelTed | H m Chl< N ival OporaUoni Earl.er. .oldiers. sailors,.and .nd found big hitting was impossible against the short-pitching, high-rciini; deliveries of Bedsn LONI-DN Julj SA Knaliah first ci |ust short of a length, eld and noil rmen stood Sh-im-n was "honoured in a at ,''enlinn while ihe bod>w simple ceremony BtoMJ aboard. The niht to Shermans fiag-diaped coffin Washington H expected lo lake was loaded aboard a foui-englned about 29 hour^ : gaa i plu td Ma 287, South AftiU It. I' eight. Hampshire beat the clock by Mlddltsix 271. Surrey 284 for nine minutes nnd W I ree. by five wicketM Soiunamploti. Sussex 294 and 32 (or %  It looked oh, so easy at lunch, li>9 when Woi War\M.-l)ite 1H4, and 25 for run on and had lost eight wickets, 'wo. LanaaaMra 333 foi nine <(< But U.wlert Re ivuEMel .red. Quunorgan *•! Tin wvn. dei %  n — cnckal raaultfl liahlnd-wa-Wl84 Ws>n, Alec, invitetl loeom. %  Lad b) Butti ..inph. they did. navy aircraft at Naples. The plane arrive in WashHOWUIU, l>ttM>MHl K *••• wlckel %  of 77. iimi..%  So In H I 8li in 48 mu. lb did it in 39 minules. %  Tom Qoddard, Oloueei Id 4fl leln.d fro i ticket, lie county in 193] %  %  !'4 ruii-. i I 2-iU II imp %  1 two. Not 300. ire 1 four. Yorkshire :,:: foi %  %  Devon isz for eight. -CPheduled lo uiglon tomorrow. The rlnal plans of Sherman's burial in the Arlington National Cemeter> awail the wishes of his Nina off lift over; four wlf0i ,„ wr ,ose arms he died on ,,l! the aaeond Then, wilh the g uni j 8 y (rom heart atlack. A 11%  ,1 10 II itb Wad hUM drive m i nutc religious service was held i .11 one "f Ihose tantolislngly short a bo lirt i the U.S.S. Mount OIv'pua, pitched balls and mlscueo for ne neganip of Admiral Robert Constable tn lake u stmple catch in Carney, the Commander-in-Chlef fors, „ . ot lha Mediterranean fll |w ? oo ..iwueMMiuUv UrM.to Th| r n „ Bl prayer, by Ihe pull the next ball and a catch was w chaplain, LI. Commander n in lAKk at long Q ( L : kiiril| reminded that -Sheron, 19 f—10 uu a.mPolice Band gives a concert at St. George's Pasture si 1.45 p.m. MubUe i lueiiu ilvea concert at Marshaira Paahsre, St. I'hillp at 8.45 p.m. CINSHAS lilab* i .Ham Chin. -• p -. i %  ... iB.ISirUl i'...-... i II,. l..".-, .1 I i. P "i % %  • "J* I Kim Oni .HARHISOK-GHAY This 'foolproof weapon can be dangerous %  'WO important Mo| ihi %  le Bi lgi iyei itiurkwaod in moderaind "Handle with care 1 lie u.iu.'.Uii! tlttpUcitt ol thH . . iiiun. ant, Ai grsi stgtii IU* iiieetian: > seem looJoroof Trie . \ i np b d M it'.nv.i*d ot Are-siiowina an t' ineriiorlsea nil data goes nachioe and out !* %  me | ( 0P u.l u i i.iaf.-i.l In !.. • i % % %  %  i %  %  if l"rn %  %  ... rd i'.. n<: KTI B-acUtf "it .u-i wiiti a %  %  %  ., i) iT I, 1 %'Q I %  %  ..41. el %  %  I ...; %  .' % %  %  seL-.i* too high inroua UM Of Uis eonveuiion I North opoDOd UM T hand will: One Spade ami was -II pleased with Souths lump Spadai I tl. • i. %  Han li at m J. was the ideal hand !r Uia plmiil" Hk> maslr \in> Nlxod*tm tonlaM %  nd you "IU af-iii ••• yo.ir ikln t.-romlnfvolt, wiiooin and ncsr. Nino *wm %  "iw dlacovery thai kmH-tnisi snil P411FIM on tho akin Uutl %  us* Plii.pl. Holla, Rd HloM!--Uitiu Hingwutm. ami Crinnn: Vuii • %  mi t s" rid if your akin trotil unlll you rcmovB Ihn %  •rrmtlul hi' In in* tlnj pores of your skin. So M<-l NixoSsrm from your chemist in day under ihe i->ltlv guatiintos thai Nlnadarm will banish rlmplra nn l iar jour akin soft and smooth or Nlxoderm E|V; Tor akl-a Tranblas -,a.i>.g MAC IRONS .2 TOASTERS $1J.7 HOT PLATES .SI2..sO "JUNIOR" ELECTRIC COOKER ... WITH OVENGRILL and HOTPLATE $72.00 CITY GARAGE TRADING Co., Ltd. VICTORIA STREET-DIAL 4671 They'll Do It Every Time — ~ lERES OME FDR. THE BOS<~JEStiLt.y SPENDS Biffl COUGH FOR. THE SHOES HE WEARS ONE QAY A WEEK.-



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HI DNESI1AY. JII.V 2.-,, I9.-.1 HUillVIM.s VliMH Ml PAGI THREE BRITAIN FACES BIG TRADE GAP It* K 4 I MM IK ON. July M, Tl m Brltlah Labour Government, laced with one of the %  •A .ii Wltpm it -niv. iom'emplaluu'. til the drift toward a new tlnaiici.i. —^^—— An M1 rt altl tamon bin has caused ii trade w than JL 550.000.000 %  -fiver 11.500.000.000 — and has thrown (.in of gear the British %  %  c.irious IT The Covernmtut adn WASHINGTON. Julv 23 .1 arming, and is underA Washington Slate I > %  official -aid on Motidav If In und Pak i.ca.ry. But it is no secret that United State* would h..y.to UkC I !" • ulion are %  look" al it. export* of u He ae.d "lam sure we wou.d K 5lS£S: T U'tr GAM \o Copper lor India. Pakistan If At War • -'.-*.. .S", BOL? /? the end of the lie cut it an 1 '"If gap started was correct. I.ivail.ibio alcitHe added thiwas um mtwil as •"^P !" BID, threat to India, but WU in The cause of this problem is outtonfornuiv w ( Ui general United ** lh "' Inimedlate control of 'he British Oovertsn. i .,,, Aeep rise m world COfnanodJty warp crents. '" l ntly of the UH | he Stat. ' %  "'-Depai*nent orBctal died the preHMtm$ Pn.cs codanl of (he United state-, export Most ..f tin incrr asc this rear in policy er cent, and lalaa ^__^_^____ have not heen able to make up foi the increase in the Import lull The problem is aeeenluated by the fact thnt Britain's rt.-irmamenl II ( !• tied up with lent on the continued Importation of raw matin.iN. if anporti anetri reannanu-nt would have to be slowed down Rearmament order* to Britaln'i Induftri* I 100 IHHI.fllM) pet Alteninlivc. Alternative brft n tho Oovernmenl aie To cat into mcagrt aolfl und tlollai receiveor cut non-eesenttal delln Imporb and :.uitin tl i \ retrutlon ill the import progranune l km although mylng from it will not trench, U.S. Goals Are Identical BAIOOfV, Jul a lv l-itire DO i %  ..-i .. %  nc Fn-n. )\ High Con %  .ri ind.. China, %  aid on Mi. ILL... the Wei in lha K.II Bait are He said: "Spheral ol Influence In th* i .'i I.I • am now impossible i i war in which An .,II.I nid Pranca must won I and HI band %  Oke at the i.penmg ceiemonie> of itk I | IIeni*iquez Has Good Chance IN MEXICAM ELECTIONS rrom ROBERT PRESCOTT Ml XICO fITY. Julv 24. Mexico 1 PteaMenttal ewettom are still 12 months |U but already the name of "Henniue/" b being aarawiea above walls and buildings b In many places it blotft out the name of President Miguel Airman on posters remaining from the iW6 campaign. Qenerai Miguel Hemiqu** is the first real candidate to If** hi> hat in the 1052 ring and the llrst threat to 25 years of p..litu-aJ domination bg the PJRX (Party of Revolutionary inatWuttena) With an outslandiuij n< M< Henriimer si liest chance of any "indi pendent candidate in tin q lb arul -ampaign f>u MH poittan of "abeolute homey and the abolishment of >pc i; i ;|IU) throeXen Hi itransletiuld on Mexi lilies I'lnigk Fitflil Hut he I ght IJncd up against Henriquer kg the power of Oie Cardeni which ha never lost an election He tum battle either Miguel AJesnan who may seek to "eartend inB-yeaj term % %  thi conttttutlonal ban nn re-e l eetlon, or AJeman's bandpicketl suceeaaoi. He faces hehind the seiamble fOI DOWei a a | .! % %  | ||U iianginij over from the Inst rlerU00 and a pobtical ma. i seems to .have the Situation at voting lo.ith well under control, —U.P. U.S. Want ISO Group Air force What Bnbu WASHINGTON. Jul> 24. Defence Seerrtar> George Mai shall said on Tuesday the Oov n men! || aiming tor enough airplane rlM to produce a 180 group Air Force neorb twice iha pn I ent air force goal.but he quick!. .. ilklng aiiout pi production capacity, not actu the rt> %  %  %  also told report* ra tt. Defagwa Depertinenl enpi I cide by some time in Octottei whether It will be n a c aaaa r y to Inft hand, aaid Mi lu-rnaid Bi m M P ecrofjarj of Mae of oia i ,:. i. Wi shod i Lon Ion i**iv Ma4i Trii. we pour suhaUnllal W< i lea thivupi r the CotonJej Developn ii.: and Wlfam* Fund Hi SiSAs EarSt?eSrSie^^'^ ** ** *^ n ~ $4.%0.000 on iU expansloii V arnaune whleh i" ex|Hitod nearly loublo biiuxite production fiom Jamaica mines. Ret>aymeiit ol \ i.e. with mteiest. II Inmadi> In Mipplies M minium oVM all The new plans call for UM Ho daacMbad the Itriiisli Ctovcornpnnj uioaOM caMdhj >f i^ie*;us; ;;,;k ,,, ;;'::m a' r:uroJ-S&II.-MI ;,-,-;;; *ggp g an tour said the United States economy" %  %  • • <' f" > •jJjy | S ili-cement that wmltl allow the 'OU," LONDON. A thud Marshall Plan loun tfl production in bi %  aSaaOungjad to WUIiam li.dt. Mimstcr-uignas of the Economic ColeraUon AdiiimisliNtiun Mission %  %  Britain, An ugieemenl hat IK'HHI under which Uu .ii advance *3.?84.ooo t. lUynold* Jam.i iceording io ih .onu...t. th> VEHICLES COLLIDE %  Pi A'lth the %  Hall of I toad al" fU :h vet In Touch with Barbados Coast Station ma uw <"ii.-*.. I I'. !-•*< '<-t-I %  %  S Sfr.1 M-M. ft ApM %  I .ICM-l.l ** Advaf, N S %  %  i %  Mnm w, si S ^ Ii..i.i>J Uean>i. rt. I Hfiahu g S Ik.ilaaa. S H Adrlaii.-a, S s Trtd*. s S U.irnuM(J %  ruhw B S S'-lilm hi H port Auck 'Mad. S B Ibdlrli M H O.k-.ll 1 M ... s v „, J s a !,,.,, Plonker a s riMd. ii ... ~ ^ a.t'ir RM|> •w*d % i„„i M.HHH.1.. ft S LMOrr t RM a m J. 'a lfc>na um, s -* M*I : %  B a livcuta I Uaonacntar. %  %  u 1'iKn. ih Hill * T i Glands Made Young -Vigour Renewed Without Operation %  %  • f.-i "* % %  --n p'! %  '"ii Ami Ihla •rrn-inf rif* rim %  he I "lent.** the USe Of enrouragim; M>endmirc if the condb which Went Indian grcss. It might be necessary raJM the sights nf a rlefc. i up programme whether iiea.-e Korea w not StiT>ng Mipport fur any such buildup came Horn ReB % %  I" ' Senatoi it. i rj Cal i Lodge, Jii dw cause ui of Massa. huselts who isld UW • \\ must cndefense programme om a E iiitcci S J amaic e '..ildup last summer Wise Indusj to expand the* Wjfl J ?*gS?l^. He aoVM that Ma trip nervine. luet Una nan %  % %  %  • '7T"' "J 'V t him he WM right in calling (tt *• .....anent wii !%  .... n 150 noun air force instead of tin Ih. t rCUTe, • %  "*t-nnnent present B5 K r.mp .•. ITnli bold md linelMUvf will also have >nopUoi to buy The An Force exped ion a) i taken oon.he asM '> %  dollars, m nddliionto tin its goal of 95 groups some time m ih* gltu .tlon Is likely to gel mil aim .ui.i.im to be del.erecl ..mie. the autumn ol nftt. Air FOTCC .(,.., B.V*. lead en aw i aid to bi lejj pushing for expansion to IN groups -I IV H %  •[sriino" RrepaVei Pov 2nd Trip to W .1. Intorii ntlal Hopes nig ronin. said: "Our mission Is pinncxl on the fall of international to stop the expansion of Commuuprice levels and consequently on rim by Intensifyimg our war efthe reduction of prices which Britfort and fortifying all means of aln would have Io pay for her imlocal resistance There is only one ports The Government insists that .struggle In AsiI only "* rearmament progrnn one defense m Europe All forces lo be inter* and Ll 0X-f free DtOplea must contribute to peetrd to meet Bevan'^ rballenp thU struggle "—f V Cztths R*fiist' To Five Oatis WASHINGTON. Julv 23. It is 1 e a r n ed thai tl C/c< ihoslovak Cabinet has jeeted the United 31 mand fof "" the release ited Press correspondent Wilham N. Ostis The Lnited week rtgo to-day sent Chechoslovakia a start) note InIstmg that OatiS be freed fron ..)th the argument that Britain's HM the Western security must lority. The Iran oil dispute threatens ite still further the aleUtiaUon If Iranian oil ag sltog' ther, recourse will hvr to be taken in alternative sources including dollar oil. The financial picture then will hereconn %  i Amounts of up deto $100,000,000 and more might be Of involve;].—I'.P. Owner Wants Land Aiound Arthur's Hill MANY residents who 1 hoi %  %  I tech prison, where he has Arthur's Hill are removing their started SM Ml term on houses-. The owner of the land has apy charnes The Czech Foreign asked '<" 't 'We are finding Minister referred the note to the difficulty In getting house spots. Cabinet The Cabinet, however, an >ld lady who has a bouse in le'used to free Oatis —I' P. that district said yesteni. > SUGGEST REFORMS IN MEAT CONTROL LONDON, July 24 The N-itional POOWatiUII of n suggested diasti. reforms in lha m -t control schedule and proposed that -ontrols eventually i>e removed. In a booklet published "to serva ai, guide to members of Parliament and other influential personaaea". N.F.M.T A. said more monej should be sperd on buying meal from other countries 'in order thai our people may be protected against a fall in the standard of nutrition The booklet said that Imported meat supplies could lie improved and quoted StaUsttcS showing that hte|) 450 000 tons of chilled beef had been shipped annually brfun World War II and thai it was superior in quallts to the froien beef at present being shipped from Argentina The Meat Federation booklet commented: 'The Federation has Beating suice 1946 the vival of this important chilled beef trade and we welcome the resumption of shipmenls this year Nevertheless expected supplies are infinitesimal." The booklet condemned the present method of grading meal in datiPhterhmises. —U.P Ship lieachctl After Collision WASHINGTON. July 23. The Economic Co-. iDSmtton Admmtstratton reported on Mond\ thai ihe Liberty ship John Chester Kendall, carrying the first Ii Wheat undei ttx India famine aid programme has licen benched after a collision. The slut Sue* bay south of the entrance b the Middle Kastern canaL It had been scheduled in reach Bombaj iV ; %  ' % % %  %  I %  ,„ ,.,., u Pick up a cargo ol parently ,K-eur,ed on Sundui Tni .. Ul l ,', lh ,. H u | | other ship involved, wathe Ds ,, ,„ ,,„ „ Nov. (.erd .Maerxk. The John m sstujy, '..adlng i.. Wei i indii contract, not !•*< %  ihan IfMJNO i i more than $1.5110.000 wont, i alumlniuan 1'i.dei the orlfdVkBJ agreeinem with Reynolds. the EC A l dvancad 15.M3.000 hi dollais and •'.HOO.OOO .11 Itiltisb eou.lterpiii; hinds This ngrewtnnit also called 1 repaytnant In aluminium The toatervd the bat: LjOMOOri The Nerwegpan enfti veaaaj I.TA.. Bruno, on charter to Bagjue snt el J-. sdvanea of u auu.000 l ia. Lond oottars and CI.SOO.WMI ... and the Brltlah West Indie* hoi 1 unaxxoart f"" m ioao t rrturmd to London from bee Jamaica Bauxites Ltd, to fwtp .... njhii arrtci 0 I onat %  %  % % %  %  *" i"'"'-' the W. inally. after ig plum porti m Barbadoi TrlnM ai and British Ou K-IU mil for Cai rith %  oarg 1 ol British OWano bausdta ArM trip, howavoi he lleil f IV.Uei.iia in ballast "the latest i.am brings Bw total 1 r< A advances ror Jamoiean %  uxtte ONwelopmant to OOtBkri und illltHMKHI 1" ouutei-psrt funds. i haetar KendJh 11 cai 1 than 10.000 hXU of grain. It had sailed from Philadelphia on June IB—I'.P. will cany a full complement of nine passenger* on her %  econd t %  nj Vylung, BSeaxXyj it,, 1 old inaaxsa ol the awavw, .,1. >.\ t.% his vessel's perloiinauce on her first trip to Wst inttian waters. Only drawback to the pleasant trip I I %  I the 1 lew. '. a.. Ihe Ul Ihe We.' Indies since the Bruno was not bu it for service in the —B.l'.P. Petition V"..II'M -,i Belise Council HELIZE Borne rexired civil servants In Dntiah Honduras have cireulatinK I petition asking the Sic Ronald fl.uvev. t, the Bells. Cttj Council for "disloyalty t n i(„. Royal Family." The Council had voted not to discuss the hanging of a Picture of th c King in the Council chamber until BBtf-fOVernmanl I tranted to the Colon> CKHTIFICATES w.il TIKpetition |eJni Ti,. QovernOI l '"' 1 1*> young women of Ihe to abolish the pp % %  mi S1 AugU line branch ol ihe Karto pass laws requirinj future M Bvening institute. BI tjou ncuior g to pledge allegiance to ( '' %  : %  " %  The the Boyal Family, it u \s<, wanti c,i hand work al the St IcgUlaUon to enable the G.>vemor Augustine Boys' BshsaJ phi 1 to rcmovp councillors wh u sav two ypn now that the young anything disloyal about the Km*. wOAUM have been attending the —B.i'.p. rJaaeas YOUNG WOMEN WILL GET CERTIFICATES Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay s.i. 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PACE iim BARBADOS AllW't \TI \\l l>M Mi \\ .11 IV M, 195| BARR\DOS t 1 ADVtMATE M.rlii.-il.,>. .Iitl. n IWI HIIOAIM \STI.\4. IT has been announced that under a Colonial and WeSai i a producer from the Corporation will be seconded to the Government of Trinidad The duties of this officer Will be to provide a special programme Trinidad. Barbados. %  nd lintish liuiana and to assist in getting Bt from broadcasting equipn :n existence There will be another B.B.C. producer iteUOMd In Jamaica tO provide a similar %  ervice lor thai litand, British Honduras and Bal< In the past, people in the Caribbean have i i the broadc ad in the ice of the BBC and have .d to tiii'l that their affairs have sometimes been given place in tha Home Si-rvn-e. But these were primarily Intend' ..-.sty the tastes of people in Britain. 11M Weal Indies as a unit of British Col onial territory has its own problems, its own aims and ideals and its peculiar growth end development. It is tins growth and the rate of progress by which they will be judged by people in other parts of the world including Great Britain. ; %  Bating has come as complrinon to the Preee and the aervicea which it proi ft thai H li ;i most ljunci it was during the dark" days of 1940 that the word of one man move*! the hearts and itirred the emotions of millions of people In the free world, inspiring them with courage to tight death for an ideal. It was the voice of Mr. Churchill which disheartened the NaiU By these same services produced : reially for the West Indies in the West Indies, West Indians will have the opportunity of knowing at the time, the events m the area and the methods adopt I'd of dealing with problems which occur. The programmes produced al the BBC. for the benefit of the Weal Indies have the disadvantage of severe limitations. They have brought benefits nevertheless; but tales of West Indian life produced on the spot will have the advantage of natural baekground. Thnre it la *>*ui the West Indian people and those who Hve In tins area will learn more of their neighbours and then* way of life. But these are not th only sch The question has been posed, no) only In Great Britain but in the United States of America, as to whether there is a West Indian culture. If there is a West Indian culture, then bra 111 give it life and body and will present it to the world as it really is. If then Is no West Indian culture but merely a hybrid of the British way of life and African primitive methods, then Broadcasting might be the means of helping the people of the area to evolve a culture of their own. West Indian music, art, literature, and life itself must benefit from a proper system of broadcasting when the programmes are produced in and arc characteristic of the West Indies. AiiM'i-i' %  '* Changing Presidency Ml ol V.. *aW in 1MI. lhl. lim* lunlllna ttia nuitkbvr of yaare an A %  n Btr*t< dm" !" u(n %  Cain tha mdunu SWOB Ai* batic law *f that nat < %  M> ( li thanguia condition, and I ni.it . i %  '.III ion to %  %  in 1851 . ueably and efaflLng conrnnfntal nerds imendmem %  .1 by twi.-thirds I hullHI lit rov led that Ihrea-fourttu -l Ml)* II..I \IImiginalij "" ho ld rbe c.uididsftS with the highest number of. viie". would be prettaent, lb* natxt highest would be Vieei • re .Amendm. % %  ' in X *T > This directed UK electors to nam their cholcws lor Presidi 4 the Senate—thus putting th la |-,wi-i without The IBM I-* for Vice-Preaidrnl iibers of the ballotNo furth. President's Cabinet In a speclned been made In the Electoral Colorder, would succeed to the Presilege thriush Constltul Th! Amendden.y after the V.ce-Pre,ident. amendment. To avoid U.e PO">bdity of an apttenel I canted official tiuch a, a Cabt>b^sh_uwBwtoi ., MI Secretary) succeeding as Bee, La eloctrd President or Vli nendmenl College h*\* been proposed and Vie United e-~PreslState* eventually may aft upoi 1947 changed one c %  ViceConstitution President pro ;h prop*"*-' in th< v the I igress .. Amendment the Uiw ag^n p)aciru| me Soeaker ^c ipedfletaU) i •• ifleet Pni "'a HSMM fits* a fter tb rniBiM) It beIV^.dent men th P President pro The US Presidency h.M '"SSL ***!?$* I'S w n other way., too eve. , %  s ,.,, ._ ti-.r (.bine _SecrcUi.cs Tjuj law alu-ratlonh to gtffl to afreetNone of tee sueUon r u ,,,, ,. s ,,„._ f 4 *** 0 low cver "*" bCCn m itltution says thil th. S lheflm 8 ^SLteot Truman, member of ^ £. lh Untrrwiaent iruman. mcinuvr %  ,.|,. 4r ,. „,,,, ,onnt o! Btetj, has been craaiaBd J Oa^noer^cJ nly on. of the tlcally supported the 1847 change. B*M; W SSSSfetm l advice and conince 1933. it o, .miy oot of the ticnllv supported urn i--.* —" % % % %  ,^_ tl ,, ri t „. h> c,. i-iUthe fart that, had he died ^^'^-V^ !" .2 ency thit in 1947 or 1948, he would have~'JJ n „V MO succeeded by the Speaker aant means Sj *1 public %  i ot the House, who at that time )-emg w '"£ ''''. *"* The whol. rtorV of the chengw^, member 3 the RepubUThe P !" *f u u ^ ^ ,, Preslcan Party. W • %  > "# n ;.' tf n \^ .''.^ ..mating on.-. The The framers "f the U.S. Condent, of * rVn g cut -nMties itlon provides U.at gtitution did DM upecify the makliui teniatl/e -greementt with letu -hall become ..mount of the Presidential salary the other parties and then . %  [.,.,' II in the (' %  ">titution which simply them to ttu i 'or apis unablo says that the US. President shall provnl or rejection, lias been folranwvad from receive for his servlew a comlowed ever since Today, how. i the US. CongreH. The pensatlon." No American Preslever. Congressional committee* "' ma) be removed from dent ever got rich in the White (or the Senate itself) ott.n | process of ConHouse las the presidential realthe right to give "advice to .he nt and condence is called), for he needs most US. Secretary of State on : n. gg all of his salary to meet his duct of foreign relations. I or other inch crimes and many personal and official Through the years, the US icanors" According to law expenses as the First Citizen of constitution h..s proved to be House of Hi presenUUves the nation. The U.S. Constitution n^hl*, and the rundanvntil .'. but the forbids changing the Preatdenrl aystcm of chei ki and balances Senate must convict or acquit, salary during his term Of office u nnnK ihl %  Exco Amen.an Prrsident, The Wait Change in salary v/as twi fjtffatm nn d Judicial .,..,... ,^.vi. n t.nih npproved by ( ongrcss >ust before ,,.,.,-w tttr Inauguration for hLi new term on January 20, 1949, and the pay Iraereg I effective on that date. Andrew Johnson (seventeenth approved liy Congress Just : ' ••• '''"."^L.T^I^'V to the Presi%  |i ittl ol Abraham Lincoln) ever wag impeached. But th,. rs. Senate round Johnn n Innocent of -high crimes and inasUeiinjunIn <'th('*'," so he rod, No President %  if because %  | Preatdentg have died while ta ofBee, three of them from assassi Other changes have been in the U.S. Constitution to make administration of the government more ifltcttve, c.eorge Waaainstea, the Hrst United States President, took the oath of office on April 30. 1789. Thereafter, until 1937. U.S. Presidents were Inaugui.tted on Much 4 of the yc In eech case the Vleerolhjwliuj that m which tbey were Ailed out ttwreneuraer dected. As railroad, automobile, und air transportation knitted fc e ition together MI more < ( ttuImir-year tei it both the Pnetdeot and the ii,. or could kHlg and unnecessary ,1 . liilii'iuni j> 1'ilOiU I I'll' %  Washing*' nlned by Consreaiu'wi'i ii eloetttuj i %  %  nid hU takatltutlen for tin•.hen rorj nev dl-ll-I lllllli-l ill < nil l-.-v "'""• '" '"• %  * %  •;;:;:',z. N ":Tz,^ :„., i !" *i M. II ill i. was shortcnwl by iidop1)00 "I Uie Twentieth ment in tc or . to J.muury 20. Until i enacted the Hrst Suo that, ifl • i Vlca-Fnetdent, th. I'M Ideal pro tempera ot uic Senate would be next In line, i b> the Speaker of the "K"rat Hou (The Senate President u | ,rn :_ to : pr<> temporo is the Senator electrt • ii i pn .uie over the chamber u (lie I-WCIitletn Aincnu.^ %  ;;„-Vii. 193J. which advanced ihe ' ""ffij 1 ,bawc ..I ttM Vic-l'r-l. > dentl And U theff were nioie i l,, ;" L than live month, of the Prcsi CHAssLES WKiHTON BONN. i'tIK German General Staff, that ruthlessly tfflcienl military machine which planned 100, iif Kurnpean war, has made its come-' Les have | %  It has a new plan Cor a new Wehrmacht vhich will Ktve Germany the most formid•ble single armed force in Western Europe iday—11 the Allies agree. The Bonn Government, backed by the imencans. Is urging this new German Cental Staff plan on the rest of the Atlantic 'act nations. Within a few months, believe high Allied bservers in Bonn, the German General taff will almost certainly get the "go-ahead" Ignal (or Its new Wehrmacht. Behind barred windowa of a four-storey %  ed brick building m a Honn back street two tiller generals, with a skeleton staff of erisiCratic former colonels and majors t today' re planning the last details of that new Velirmacht. Hidden in other Bonn Ministries are at ;ast another dozen dark-suited Hitler genrals—seven in the Ministry of the Interior one Key men are the elusive generals behind he barred windows, former German High 'ommand Operations Chief Adolf Heusinger ind Rommel's ex-Chief of Staff Hans leases*! Neither of them was a Nazi, for no German hmaral Staff Officer was permitted to join l!-,,^,,-I:":;,;: put? Both tot** th. wr, however. .s lieutenant-generals but nobody knows ;hut they really thought about Hitler. SO SrXRKT ... Heusinger was the Fuehrer's constant comanion for years at his Russian Front headquarters, until he was arrested after the 1944 umb plot, when defeat seemed inevitable. Thin, spectacled Speidel planned the Gerlan offensive against the Second Front. In lie immediate post-war years of defeat he ecame a professor of philosophy.. For more than a year the two generals. ith their chief assistants, former Colonel ount Kielmannsegg and former Major von len Bussche, have planned in their halfidden Bonn War Ministry. The Germans lescrtbe it officially us "The Service Office of he Federal Prime Minister." So secret is their work that the main door if the new German Foreign Office is permalently barrd, and visitors are admitted only Stter %  strict "vcttim;" by a Prussian N.C.O.CLOSED FOR REPAIRS Advocate Stationery II IK IS IISI The ideal FILLER for repairinn damaged lurfaces on Plaster, Walls, Birch. Wood etc; For inside and outside use. Can be washed or painted over. •• %  AWL PLASTIC" An Asbestos pluaaina: compound, especially recommended for fastening Screws In Stone, Concrete, Brick and ail types or masonrj. %  tranches for hi lively. 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AIIUvl rlir.le.mitc nnrl elerl lhl I'reMdent. ihey dn so vidual men and clanhe,i of p.< % %  .'>''JIKI ttioir plans In Allied diplomats anil Ihe.nth Ihe "ataetanr* they ul inleresl and so they laboured 'Ulcers in Bonn. %  or., <"i:r, i^rov!d.for"hr C ^: The Allied Foreisn Ministers' conference entitled to as many electors as it est good of the greatest number m n Brussels at the end of last year which hns Representatives and Senators a peaceful n ..,. .„„ j ,„ .u. *--_.-.,-~i „ f„ !" „„ A^R,., ... the U.S. Congress. The t s. ThS set .f ... '^ lo thl 'orrnation of a German Arm\. tutton say. that the electors numerous crises i" tha IM reen let the nencrals come out into the open. But """uS. leSSriJ. !& lr;.: %  ... * <; ""-"> Gl SI.S master plan ,s still MASTER PLAN tha Corman jrenerals have Just Received In Our Pi lent Orbver Ctevi d i letsthereof may dlrsct. H Tfe. ed by the Democratic Purtv. dutl. i,, )v fol men p ft avri he WOtlld be succeeded by the chosen by popular vote in ..II the f:.i-fhmi:, sparsely-settled, agrieuli President pro temporo 48 Suites! 'leeAnn. of IBS) adeknown to onlv a few Allied officials. Last week, at the Paris talks on a European turn! United States of 1787. Iil\<. Baudouin As ili, I'rinrr mi.nnis ih: iliioii, ih, II,', 1-i.iiK ak: -•\\ lioin nill Iniiiiu-i-* ?" BRUSSELS iBy SAM WHITE) the menus. It u advisable In! mia ia me master plan — sun an omciai old Prince Ban.„„„„, .„, w „„ „„„.„„„ „„ H Brunah never to eat alone. II only secret — to which Britain has not vet agreed ;-..'.:'! S.1SS, iTMuSiliS'hT tt£2S"££ !FSSS%£r m '~ i mtS *\** ' which th, French are Mrmly i llll I II.Ill'l.-M. WITHIN the last two years efforts have been made to bring Seawell Airport into lino with modern airports the world over. With financial assistance from the British and Canadian governments %  new runtvay has been built and the public are swatting the erection of a proper terminal building. A primary necessity si any airport is adequate Are righting equipment. The GOT ernment ordered Bre fighttng equipment and it arrived nnd has been installed. It will not be effective, however, until trained personnel has been employed to operate it The services of the new Fire Offic < be Utilised by the Government in connection with this matter. out III:.\II:II SAY BRUSSELS WHEN L'0-ye.ir-oM I'm |; %  dM lo li. %  %  %  ill be tervenUj hoplns that hu ttMt Wl11 tyr inclined to exclaim 1 V "' ' "' ^^JrJ.^i'n^^^'m'^K 0 ra "' unable to obtain further .,„. .mbittarad put* "i ?>J J" 0 *"-?, wtn ,h Ue.uht of ostcnution. explains :.„ l.nnk l.e.vei, heis apoloxetically in its wine list: , Yet a K ret part i thosr ..nm.muHn |.ro,|H-rous country ret..ins an |haf (h ronngnmem „, Kll „ 1(l Brussels dinners, you wish to almost Victorun adulation for ,,.„„.„ fro „, Oeorpia order, ;rmy. the Germans demanded that their plan j should be accepted—complete. Frenchmen. : with memories of three German invasions in 70 years, were alarmed. Other Allied observers thought the Ger man generals showed an overweening miliI tary ambition in people who had suffered LMtastrophic defeat only six years before. This is the master plan — still an officia WOOLLEN DEPT. CHAMOIS LEATHERS In Super and Medium Qualities nt rtta l Batatat. politician uw rnonarehj n was this, ami „„„. „, MI hu mofvit rri apping hu knife and ,ot political ractors, which was I.IIK. -,i\ vvih Ini "How like Leopold Baudouin II walk, the ami he %  military c\ip. Even hi' 'ike methenutta end Ulg, remind one ol bu %  This lean und studion--l<>oktn^ yOUtb has been under hw faUlsVl largely responsible for the wide-pread feeUni ataiasl Leopold's .': in ; t ., comn ontc HI..ml, Prince*.* Prices Soar Another reilajrant, not content vilh iircimary cauliflower, de, rlbei ii-^ verssM %  i *Oaelijloiee< nflutnee ihroughoul hki itfti d Queen Atrid. Now, htiveevi' BruSsSlt buzzes Aftt-r the feastinx the piospemu h4>pefully with njniours of an citizens adjourn to night-club:, early nUurlass tot Baudouin and choosing boogie-woogie haunts < %  a successor t the evor-adored late sUUd brtUhmily !. %  i i his father audoul n isstn _. dl father and to h mtddlr-aired aristocrat dance to 19.1tl uiie Lived liv .. •ly attached palace spokesmen, lu.s Used on one of the nnumcrable licestepihe n-year-oM blonde Princess curtained bars mother the beautiful Princess De Isabelle. dauglitei of the Kiencii Kelby. wbosa ni.ige pretender, the Count of Par!: P0 t-war the inust hkelv new Queen KeanwhUl Brussel omy for the visitor is to l e atrk l FuxurteTlelS runSfe' | 2£j£ i • %  -H,]^,,, mortal %  %  *YOHU) c 'VYwmr.li. HEsmVED tie out. At Ihe Hrst sign i-f .u lift stw tsped 1..F s Kii**iiiti Hrutulily To the r-Mlur. Th.Advocate— BID Kindly BUOV, %  attention, If nee Book Section in the Ji the Resder'. DIgVsS. If %  %  ngi of %  th,latter in %  %  i i %  She went then in %  %  the NKV.n. %  %  ..| ar"the IIUKC vault* ol the %  sapped hei off. without im charged offence 'i %  h romnkoa with i Iter 11 yen's of mi ra%  %  %  I %  .. home in B< snd %  rritten this bo h i M na r .in Bevtet rrhae tamps. ; %  %  me with %  ment. and | should lilce to mention them. Fust, i can, on i large issseral lo i u.i.ilh and cellously cruel to iheir fellow creatures. .,> tbsee Russian Mvagei aie Iven said to be, from the high ntln;.il down 10 the rank i men as ini Ihe w Ickedne Hist Lippsi i We kr lhal th.v,01, ui oeeai It i .n> brut* in-asts in human form, even mi' real ctvUlsatti n, bul I %  %  mbrai kng hundredol lhl m, CV< n i 1 Ihci And %  he Politburo km .v Seeonoly. It seen '.hat human beings can eiidu.e ".Into hold them. One fashionable Brussels reslatiPposed : — 1 A Wehrmacht of 250.000 tierman conscripts, serving two years each. 2 Six Army Corps, each of two divisium 12.000 men strong (despite French insistence that no Corman unit should be more than 5,000 to 6.000). 1. Revival of the German General Staff. I Creation of a German War Ministry \ with a civilian War Minister. 5 Luftwaffe of 2,000 planes all Allied manufactured, including 600 jet lighters. 6. Naval Squadrons for defence in North Sea and Baltic. Allied diplomats taking part in the Paris negotiations say that the French are adamant Meanwhile pries* soar to o point i i n opposition to No. 3 and No. 4. which ihe most obvious econi OPPORTUNITY The French are too late. When with Britain '; and America, they agreed last December to %  negotiations on a German Army, they them; • >\ M created the new German General Staff J j —and the German generals were not slow to <£ teiie their opportunity. Now America, disappointed by French and j;. Benelux aid for Western defence plans, has ;C started a major boost for the immediate crea^ tion of the army. J American High Commissioner John J* McCloy said in Bonn recently that I;'. there will have to be compromises. "Great £ and fundamental strategic decisions," said £ Mr. McCloy. "are awaiting the solution of the j| Oerinan rearmament problem." ** Only Britain is silent. No official statement,\ I of policy on the German Army has been \ Issued since a formal announcement six I months ago that Britain had agreed only in GET YOURS FROM DA COSTA t> CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. ========= .^VV'*'**',O0**V^.^.V>VVV***-%O',^^%',*,V-,',-,%','*V>%',*-'*'--'**^' F.1VEHGY IIIII1IS E.XJUY .f?? rear nrr FllliT %  II HES prolonged itarvauen nnd raffer.ngs described and .come tluoush alive. Of course many do nul %  0 survive: Hie U>ll I ital by sVsSUl Is exceedingly htuny, and woul-i be swollen by suli ide if ii were nut forcibly prevenhad And thirdly, l :im astounded thai an* person end still believe HI Communl-Tii. fitter n story of tins nature. Existing living conditions In many lands slill entail much, very much hardship and suffering, but not to be compared with %  Soviet Sl.ive1-rbour Camp in Siberia. Hut whal kuod i f "bee In th.laaesssM the Com even in Hrllaln and I'.S.A 8 'i uly. F. G. 1951. I'ineapplr Juice I'HII _.. %  i %  li .i *i.1 Pineapple Rinis I'lneapplp (hanks .r II>. I; inllrarls CANADA DRY SparklliiK Drinks Ml liraii shrrridi'ri H'hrat WteC-a-bsX Qtspt Nuts i'rull tVbeat I'uffrd Wheat CoM ateraga Hams Cold Storacc II iron Oat llakc-In Ihr 1'ound 24c. WWXB /-#<## aits rrunlcr Brandv Martrl Brand> \\ hl|p Whirs Krd Wines I.lqupurs '. M.II Tree u>rr Tuhre Beer Berr In Cans Cam Oisssken ( arrs Biscuits < .uiicli.i. 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IWIINF.SDAY. JULY . 1M1 Govt. Seeks Control Of Election Polls THE HOUSE OK ASSEMBLY yofrday gave the second ng to a Bill having us its purpose the conducting ol • .;> i| nt OIM in.. by the introduction of Adult Sufl Amun.Li the prnpt—ll in Iht Bill, provision is made for the of liquor shops and clubs, the prohibition of the use of loud speakers, banners, flags and favours, bands of musir and the assembling of crowds with 100 yards of polling stations. Th? Objects and Reason* of the up their right of going into the BAftRADOS ADVOCATE PAC.I MM HIIHM. AT VMHOIt Bill The provisions of this Rill are Intended to be supplementary to the provisions of the Itlor. of the People Act. 1M0I. and Act. iii, in reaped the holding of an election of me the General A-^< I provides the neceuary administrative machinery in connection therewith. As i result of the introduction iM rarAraa* some 96.0UO persons haw been registered as uadar the pew KbftnUoa of Voters (Getter*! fljeiinlilij Act. 1951. That Act alea dhrkdoa of the wand into 111 In winch it IN intended to establish one or more polling Stations. It |g therefore obvious that the administrative ina;hmei> Bill section by section and eliminating anything that might not appear to be workable jt in keeping with local conditions. He took It that in due course would go into Committee OB the Bill so that they would be (I able to go carefully into it and put in any necessary amend ments. He expressed agreement witl the provgion of making it an offence for anyone who made or publis h ed .1 faftat %  tatetnant twth the personal '• i M .i i.in.li.late. Mple got up on platforms, and not only Mud had thing* about candidates, but their family as well. This was a deplonbta state of affairs and should be stopped. These were the kind of people who felt they could not make an appeal to the electorate unless FSASSrS returnmg nnd presiding Officers, on in ,,ch a way ejection clerfca and poll clerks m| Will Not Vote %  >f a General Election and Referring to the provision for the tssnoni superintendence of the closing of liquor shops and -such matters will be carried ou*. clubs. Mr. Mottley said that he by a Supervisor of Elections. was not going to vote for that. Time and Plnre Actual voting on polling day will 1*conducted in the lama iM.ihiici M on prevkiu %  but it is cun.-m.T.M ..ivlsjblc > %  > depart from past pracin following respects: the time and place of holding the ale be fixed in the writ mid polling day win not be earlier than 14 days or later than 21 rt..v afto nomination day. This i iu attost sufficient time fur the printing of the requisite number of hallo. papai Nomiualion must be made In the form to be provided and be signed by two electors of the constituency and must be handed, together with the receipt for the deposit, to the Returning Officer bet hours of 9 a.m. and noon on nomination day. ( indidataa are also required to make .* statutory declaration on praeerlbad form af to their quauDeaUona, Provision is i.iso made for the adjournment of the eleeUon In casea ' emergancy, On this he believed he was standing alone in his own party. Any closing of liquor shops would entail the closing of provision shops because it was well known that 90 per cent, of liquor shops aren BUM provision shops "Why should we pass a section that will not be workable." said Mr. Mottley. Some people thought that the only way a certain type of individual could secure election wa by offering rum to the electoral?. This was absolutely Incorrect. There were hundreds of peopl* in this country who at any time. election or otherwise, would put their hands into their pockets and buy a drink for themselves "If you prohibit the selling of rum on Election Day, all it would moan would be that the ordinary shopkeeper would be unable to %  all it but every hotel and every club would be able to do so "Imagine placing a policeman at the Marine lintel, the Aquatic Club or anj such place, to seo that this provision Is carried out' %  aid Mi Mottley. nm I'cgards the suggestion thai r.xuensvs employers should give their emHie expenses incurred in the p i oy ees an hour to vote, not only election which were previously wou i d hIs party supp ort that, but borne by the various local governlh ,. v wU uld go on everv platform menl bodies will be borne by the n lnc w i and and urge people to Central Government and the duties a i low he i r employees to go and of Parochial Treasurer in relation VMX lnelr voles on Election Day to such an election arctransferred Mr j. ABaylies (t) Ml P ad to the Supervisor of Elections. disagreement with the suggestion The opportunity has also been of Mri Mottley as regards the selltaken to inter) provWotu intend|M of Itounrftnim aliopa on Beee; by prohibiting ., lolintrles use ..f loudspeakers, banner*, flag*.. Mr Krrd iimi 4mr4 (El said that --urs (Clause 30) and bands of ) ne dIn nol sfp n( nwctt i, y for •^>;^M*embhns[ closing rum snops OI1 tna day ^^Wyardiofaro „ wouId nave heen m0re lo lhc y point if there was the old system I Of having one polling centre in when, for 27 polling music (Cl polling station (Clause 32) attempt on polling day at ..tun.pt on polling day at inj £" h "'* Z,, n „ fltarncmg sue,, person to vote tor lI r jl" I l B r^^iCda ?r \-. **"u. m| L SJ*5S*te booths in Christ Church. of any public meeting called for the purpose of promoting the election of n candidate (Clause 34) and requiring notice to be given to the police of si/'h meeting (Clause 36). It is an offence to make or publish any false st itement in i elation to the personal character of a candidate (Clause 31). Provision is also made whereby s-mplovers must allow employee* at least one hour to vote and no deduction shall be made fi how could any candidate hope to keep these 27 rum. shops going. "1 know it is done In other countries, but 1 do not think i( is necessary in this island to-day with the change in the election set up. "1 am glad to see that Government has taken opportunity to implement the Address of the honourable junior member for St. Andrew in shifting the expenses [from the Vestries to Government.' wages in respect of the time t iken | accordingly (Clause 2 i. The provisions of th* I generally similar legislation in other West Indian Colonies Mr. AaVima (L' moved the second reading of the Bill and referred to the Ob)ects and Reasons which he explained in detail He said thai he regretted that there was not I provision made in the Bill as to the total amount ol money UuM could be spent by n candidate. He did not think it Gave Day Off As regards the provision for making employers give their employees an hour at least to vote, Mr. Goddard said that he coula not Imagine any employer who to-day would not encourage employee, whether he was voting on his side or on the other, to go and exercise the right of.the vote. Speaking for himself, at the last election he had people In his employ who were living in St. Andrew, and he had actually %  '"' '"' f* "A" with unlimited „i V ,. n ,|,' t ., n the day off so that they la to rpond M.OOO mi hl vote H e knew many merr;T.n Mr ;-J/. lonftft 1 El?* ly %  chants in Bridgetown who made i. ,.>„, r or their employees %  :t convent! spend M-. Lewi* CL1 Mid thai he had. much pleasure in seconding the l • , Bill, but there were one or twof 1 "*? ". S aint* that Ate wanted to make. B perron had only to lie 2i yaw oiii to become .. did not iry for him to Itr called upon to swear to his o.iialil'HMtionL i.,i was questioned by another voter. ii -:^ unfortunate that the Bill was lo he got through by the end Of the month because the House flight find it necessary t lnaa.il the expenditure clause. %  'You glee people of 3! the vote and allow people with money to coir< around and rori u;.! them", he said. He knew that ,:i o:hei candidate* had to make returns of iheir elections expenses. Mr. Lewll said that I'le noticed there was nothing in the Bill to compel the election officers to conduct the counting of the votes In a particular way. The election ofAcari should be %  eld of a method bv which the House Intend to have fchc votes counted, giving the candidates and their canvassers the chance to tee them. Perhaps It would be a good Idea to adopt one of the methods uied %  1 Trial That lh.it the police be allowed to vote altout two days bef->rc polling dav Mr. K. D. Mottley (El said that he thought he was speaking for every member of the Opposition when he sjid that thole for any candid'itc PLEASURE YACHT •Marianne ride* at .inchor alongside HIP inota> BBBB Bed|cfield' in the Careenage. Sailed 5,000 Miles Here From Sweden Mr. U E. Smith (L) said that he welcomed a Bill of that sort, anc is far as the closing of rum shop: rag concerned. the pfovlsiot houW have been on the Statue Book long ago. He was sure that this would put a stop to a lot of the robbery suffered by poor rum shop keeper: on Election Day. It was a fact that some of thi voters did not get as far as the polling booth on that day because of their drunken condition and sometimes they were taken to th< police station instead. Hon. members had it in their power to safeguard the poor "unfortunate voter from drinking to" much rum on Election Day anc they should use it. The honourable junior membei for the City had raised a poin' that candidates should be allowe. to sec the vote* counted. "I hav been told that In some parishe the sheriff keeps the candidate very far off. 1 think they shoulc be allowed to be near enough tbat Ihey cin see the murks on thr ballot paper." The Hl.tei.it. He thought there was a provision in the Bill thdt a blind man would be able to take someone with *im who would be sworn to secreev. to cast his vote for him He had not seen any provision • ntire : ( greemer-,t with the prin-1however, for the persm who. I the Bill. Because they [though he rrnild see. could not agreement with thei IP jd or write. He felt that if this principle, however, did not necesparticular privilege was to be given aarily mean that they had to give On Page 7 In The House Yesterday The House of A. met at 3 p.m. yeetamlay. Mr. Adi'ms laid the following ,, M **age No. 21 1951 from His Excellency the Govenioi to the Honoui able the House Of Assembly informing the Honourable House of propoanls to set up n Body known as the Scotland District Conservation Board under the Chairmanship of the Director of Agriculture. Message No. 22/1951 from His Excellency th.' Governor, on the subject of assistance from the Labour Welfare Fund to enable labourers to equip their houses with proper sanitary conveniences Thirteenth Annual Report of the Peasants Loan Bank 1st June. 1949 — 31st ftfiy, 1950. Quarterly Return of Transaction, in Rum to 30th June 1951. Scheme or Qovenunenl for the Colei id|;e and Pain School. 1951 Barbados Colonial Estimates 1951-52 The following notices were given :— Mr. Adams: Resolution for the sum of $1,000 to supplement the Estimates 1951-52. Part I. Current l>r. (Umnilni: ReBOlUtfOB to sanction the Regulations Of the Immigration of Paupers (Prevention) Act. 1909. Mr. Adams: Resolution to %  Bra Uon the Scheme of Government lor the Coleridge and Parry Schools, under the provisions of section 32 of the Education Act. 1890 (1890-121. Mr. Adams: Resolution to authorise the lease in small plots to agricultural labourers a panel of land of an are;, of approximately live acres forming part of 'Dodds plantation situated in the parish of St. Philip. Resolution to authorise the lease to the Vestry of St. Michael of a parcel of land known as The Princess Alice Playing Field. BILLS Mr. Cox : A Bill intituled an Act to encourage the establishment and development of new industries and to make provision for the granting of certain relief from package tax on customs duly and income tax to persons establishing factories in connection with such industries and for purposes incidental to or connected with any of the foregoing purP< I"— Mr. E. K. WaJeotl tabled a question relating to the grant of funds for the repair of tenantry road* in the variottl parishes. Mr. O. T. Adder tabled %  question relating to the low rate of pay given to dav labourers employed by the Government, The House t atSOd tlic •• oond reading of Bill intituled an Act it make provision for the direction and supervision of the election of members to serve m the General Assembly of this Island, the procedure elections, the expenses al such elections and for other purposes in connection therewith. Further discussion was postponed until M-morn. c when the HOUN n > 5 30 p.m. Patient Discharged MAL'DE MURREl.I.of Barbarees Hill who was injured in an accident on Baxters Rood on Morday night about 7 30 p/cloth r/U treated at the General Hospital and discharged the same night. Two buses and three bicycles were involved In the accident. One wna the National but M-12B7 which was being driven by Cecil Bishop of Bush Hall and the other wot E-62 which was being driven by Darnley Thomas of Western. St James. The buses were nol II.UT aged A Danish crew of four—one i woman—sailed the trim htlli pJoaaure jmcht Marianne into Carlisle Bay yesterday after a 2.700mile run across the Atlantic from Madeira, a group of Portuguese Islands in the Atlantic Skipper Elmar Trastrup. his wife Carina. Junior Elmar Trastrup end handy-majq John Staven%  OD are the Marianne's crew. Thev are making this trip with the Martaane to take her to John Rudbach of Los Angaata, hea American owner. The Marianne is ,i Swedish built yacht. She was built III at Gothenburg. Sweden, by Bertil Bothin—a famous British ship designer—for u Swedish Director, (Jnorpjorn Holm. Ghorpjorn Holm Mid h.r n i John Rudbach who has hind Hmar Trastrup to sail her over lo Los Angele*. Skipper Trastrup is •Hid he makes his living by (ravelling lo places on which he writes. "I thought it a line opportunity to use my pen". Skipper Trastrup said, "and so I unhesitatuigl> accepted the offer to sail the yacht to Los Angeles." Captain Trastrup started off from Co|>enhagen on Ma) !"l fOl lieisingboig. Sweden prom Hol. ingbborg, he called at Falmouth--' England—before K"iiu; on to M..,I.,I i H,. look Jl d vssailing from Madeira bera "Fine Sailer" "Marianne is a Hue sailer." thought the skipper's wife. "We met extremely line weather throughout the trip," she said. "but we were ulw.iv on the lookout i<" %  hurricane, Mnnwbui that these are the i hurricanes Labourer Guilty Of Shooting With Intent AFTER li^likiuri' or maini or to ilu lu-i some >riewoui bodily harm. The bfTancr w committed on ihem th*'. (f the) beUavad Ihm May 20. 1951 Hi* Holiour the the uccuiad held a gun pom) Chiat Justice Sir Allan Colly{at Wvekes and llrvd it with •". i.ioie postponed acntcnc-c. llovIntenti n to malm 01 try* v.as repreeentco oy Mr. J. jharm to Weekes. ; %  for The Marianne i.-lies only sails and somebody has glwayi be .it her helm. The ikippe] wife had ti do her bit of steerjj ing when the three men wore Uresj or otlu-rwiMenguged. With good wind, the Marianne does as much | as \2 knots. Her perform completely satisfactory durtBJj the .iiproximately 5.000-mlle %  ailUni from Corssnnagen hen ltuCK<*ia Weekes I ai ner wvule she was sitting D the t!j.a at -,'ie entrance to her touh Weekes as a rasul, • Lull was wpunde.i UBOJH let iigni oicd-t nc• %  ivdicai attantion The proeecultou railed on -ix < %  pun.the,i | .. lerence caileo on m Phe ArM wltnavs called fur the at 'ion anal Rgt. S'aiiuuiiei sakln who told the Court that w n %  aj !• he went to Congo Ro.ut Si Philip HIHI mteivicw,ed Eilsia Weejce*. who handed him a brown and white petticoat There -.nail nee in the uress ami anottur in th* petticoat with sputu of blood LAUT the ame night hv m* Prowips on Congo Huad ano tolo him that he was aecuanri •*. shooting at Eliua Week.-, aajd arrested hun. On arriving al th* Police station, Proverbs was ceo.unied and formally charged He made ( statement which was read over to him and signed. Interviewed On May 30 he went to Cong-i Itoad. St. Philip wihen he imei %  viewed Weekes again along wlti btff -on Monty Weekes. -Weekes pointed out a spot on the ioa-i trom which he measured to her house. Uiter the same evenln.i he went lo r>i. Huftaoo't Uftir} fend huncied him a sealed envelopHe opened the envelope eho ml..Hied .. sp.-llt hollel He ti"k away the envelop) and the spent imllet and hind them >ii M.> :u n. in. iji \ .in ment Analvst. T Mr. Dear: Congo (toad hano street lamps on It. When the accused wan arrested he saut nothing bul made a stale menl al the Station A spent bullet % %  one that is discharged from the cartridge. rollee Constable tl Shepherd of District "C" said he went to Congo Road on May 29 and there he saw Proverbs. He was .1 ii' .ted .mil .iiitioncil ,n,l -..i.. nothing. At Dfattlict "C" Station Proverbs was charged and cautioned and made a statement lo Sat. Gaskln who read the stateiriefll to him He signed the %  tetemertL Mhdi Weekes wife of Hugh Weekes ind inothci of nine children told the court that she knew I'rov.-rbi for three years. Her son and Proverbs had a case in the Court sometime ago Kelt Burning On May 29 between 8 and 8 30 in the afternoon she was Kitting at her door utid her ami—i,i..ii m> llunte—said something to her. Whde talking with her son Pruverbl and his girl friend walked up In front of her house. After they passed Proverbs returned to hei place and she satand a notea a .mil she felt | ing and shouted "Lord. 1-ook duty to find him guilty There was no evidence that thi j house of the accused was searchev for a gun. He submitted lo then that there afore two which they coul.i Dr. iiuii. said the warn i % %  ad three wounds on her righ lde. The first wound was jboe t IIM. Weekes and n %  Prvverbs the ....,-. i re DO friendly and she Is in Ins lo u) %  hat F*roverb-< uenl on a high' * wlUt children BMysslJ on v and iirr^g K revolver al her hll< he MILS •UtiiiK in her IIOUM* It U for them to bellrcr if ilu was the action of a -wne mar and if ihrrr was a .iArKim IN their minds i It w s theli duty i.. !• %  .. a verdict f no. Kuili. in the ease. Mr. W W Baoaa la %  the jury said Uutl then* I no alibi. He told the i lhal what they had to dorlcle .<-. whether! the aecuseu was in thai i I that fTmc and arbethei he .*., II %  trumentol in the dlaehi i buUet rrom the gun. His Honour then summed US for the Jury. iOH riiiJ BEST IX >l All HIS ASM EtUt THREE PLUME MATCHES AAY SAM*E BVEm\ \\ Hlltl. "MORMACGULF" BRINGS LUMBER THE Mm Mar Corm.ck freiKhlcr MormM*rulr lr'H.aht 441.570 fp^t of lumber Irom KW t. i tin MjulMidoH j'PMerduy. LABOURER INJURED Felix Ituyne, a iJbourer o.' Combermere aHreol st. Michael %  Involved In an aceldent with thi motor bus M-1216 owned DJ I the Diamond Bus Co.. and driven bv Hughbert Forde of Claphnn.. i St Mie#iael on ProliMi S-teet [ about 4 30 i> m reate r oay, Bayne was taken to the c. era! Hoacdtal and detained Darnley Proverbs Shn<* Me." Shhelii up her clotheand heard | fall on the floor HIM husband took her to Dr. Hutson and he attended to her ( To Mr. Itesr: The rOJkJ was in darknaW H there are no street lampe m that area. Weekes said her bodv was not square to the road ami Proverbs was oblique to her. "Proverbs was wearing .. felt hat but no coat. There was an oil lamo in her house and when Proverbs first passed her houseshe kept her eyes on him all the time When the explosion occurred she did not see Proverbs' face but knew it was he Dr. Ilui".., said on Mav 29 he examined F.lioia Weekes at his %  mgerv ,,i Sterling. St. Philip. nere were three wound* under the tight breast, one was one and three % %  be c.iine to bis borne To Mr. Magai McCollin said b' heard the explosion while he wi eating his dinner. Proverb* uan to visit his house regularly Mr J S. B. Dear then addressed the Jury on the | .- %  Il< told FELL FROM LADDER [aOp of Sunbury Tenantry. St Philip was detained at the Qajnanl Hospital after he fell from a ladder yesterday about 3 p.m. Ll'XOR CLEAR GLOSS VARNISH SUPREME IN QUALITY — Al— — ALV. On. CANS — 1 t AND FINISH 1 !Oli ftlira biUblUhrd KM T. nF.RKF.RT Lid. Hi a LI miU'.t < K STREET. InroraorateO iez Speaker Rules Out Argument WHEN M. 0 IV Alldei. S..„ M ml.-i loi Si John, gave notlci oi certain oueaUons in the Hun-, vi .ie..|i,. in.Speakei objeeted t th • IUM paragraph Ix-inj bun iK.mting out that he ),.„ un-viously informed the lion Member th.it thai paragraph wa disallowed by him on U i th.it it con tamed argumanl rba ii"ii Member bad ban leminded about the fact that Paragjaph 2. before the meeting vened. the S| t Honourable Hous>< to y,\.ih.-ii vtewa, K Hi Honoui did tenb I...Ii 'l,.,l IHUl.oti of Uv* i,ui iu> aid, then fi.it wai of H Mr. t, i. w.-.\. %  ,-: (B) tald that he was in agre.ii,rni with v\ entiling the lion Senior Meuilx-. fo st Joatph had said i n the mattai He lakad the gpoaltei not to beau as hard on eoma members as hi would mi othen ib* feii thai hi sho„id deal %  htiie M ktndb wild rhoea who knew les thai with those who knew more The Speakei In replj raid tha< hi' .ip| %  in %  i.iti-d ilu.iiiviie frorn th o memln-rwho -poke but h ntod to mafca it cleaj thai hi had disallowiil, ovei and re paatedly, questions Ol of question* which Honouruhle Member itted Oliiliiur?; Mr.Walter Marshall The death oeruired evening at he reside doe", Aquatic Club Oai Wulter Marshall, lorn agcr of the Barbad. C ub. Mr Mar> hull Mr and Mis John M li.mk Hail ..mi .,!(.. n ins vean .i ,i u-ik .it DaCoata I i a Ltd he was employed b> Uv i %  of tin I%  He was cone-Tiied in thi ot the club and becaim Managei ill 1B28. He -.a>-. tin club giov Bbd conUnietd h DeeemlMT HUB wtstn hi n ing to iii health .1 tig i-ii' ind parcel I %  %  he Club. With naval |--i American*, he was i guide ami %  „> %  wiling to offei Information Barbadian of life i! married Ohent ol Trinidad whom he leaves as a widow. To Ihaaa end other relative* deopeel sympathy will be extended H %  %  INSIST ON %  •i III.VA mows THEY ARE THE BEST H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents 5 #> &f # *m tin rrt§ IS PYREX WARE CASSEROLES CUSTARD BREAKFAST. DINNER LARGE BEVI&mXS DISHES in Shell Shapes & SOUP PLATES ROASTING DISHES now available at CAVE SIN I'll 1 Hit A tOiD. II. 12 & It Broad llll.



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lt\KH.\IMW A11VIK Ml BY CARL ANDERSON LIFEGUARD THE WONDERFUL BRITISH DISCOVERY A Supreme Germicide and Antiseptic l-OR PERSONAL HYGIENE TO STERILIZI CITS AND GRAZES 10 DESTROY DISEASE GERMS SAFETY AND RBLIBF EOR BITES AND ST I SOS Thi* wonderful new Lifeguard u\\ .11 i Pains in Back Cone in 3 Hours If rwi wff-r terrible, sharp palm r %  1 .'I .nri:, down xlrM ll buck ur %  ..ii i set n -miIT. >oar kldnry* Other '[ Kldner and Hladdcr I "-o-tj-r* art Scanty, Frequent an* L> t "I'l. Lumbago, "Ta.v^.n..... H.nicn. DiulxiH, Clrcln unMr %  >•• J-d Rhiumiliir", pua' ApprtiM • 1"Q>. Iwo'tln AnkUa. Me — Cyit.i PM. i. (b'M (rouble* by rilsWI i : .1 ......ui.-i.tj mop. not,. %  ht il.in Uet C(ilf> it'.. %  '. on (lumranlf* In put %  1 N -. %  In ?t Bourn you will 1>1 Miter and %  tnipletely *ell In on* weak. 'llUustr.. Cy stex i-aMos sia**ar juu. oteoie LOOKYOUR BEST Vaseline, HAIR /p TOtflCf D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street NOW! Dental Science Reveals HOOF THAT BRUSHING TEETH RIGHT AFTER EATINO IS THE SAFE, EFFECTIVE WAY TO HELP STOP TOOTH DECAY with Colgate Dental Cream Do you know that one of to common cause* of backache lies in thr I When they art h-nltby they fall. : : 11 out of the By.um their rat dial function. When they KIOW ili,;,j.,h, these i-:-pur.: r -., congestion M often i . .-.liuclu*. De Witt's I'llls are specially pi pared to help wake BB Kidneys. They have a cleans. :i ; .. antiseptic action M Iht organ*, soothing and restoring t!i< to their natural activity. Rri.< backa-he follows as a na It is far better to tackle he MM of backache than to go on suii-'iue; in a way which is bound to affect vow + hapi>:nr. l-'oi over halt a ce: Witt'-. Pill, have been bin.*;.!,*; rrlief to sufferers from backache and era have received counties* Lottm "f umt-iJc. Co to your clientt and obtain a suppl* to-day. Of Witts Pills' if"Htdt iptti.Hf for BACKACHE JOINT PAINS RHEUMATIC PMNS LUMBAGO SCIAIiCA \ BWIA nmSR WEST INDIAN AISWAYS OUR GUARANTEE DeW.lt. stn>tly hygicim londitions and ingredients •tea 1 to n,o ngtd standards ot purity. for -Kidno/



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I\Y ,nn HXKIIADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. -""" " !" IILKPHONI 1MI Tha .'urge far Births. MMIIUM Death* Arano-i •JUDinU and In al-iint... • M on --!•• 1*4 II for any number of om* up to W. an. 4 (MM per %  MM i %  V..T.I I Sunday* for #—n Fof Blr'ha, Slarruee or I-naagern-il H nounccmrnu In Canli charge k Sioo for eat) nun i up to SO and fl rrnli p*r rord lor eatrt •MMMml won Tcruu Ca>t tMf*e.i. JJO -mi pm. Ill] (of IMalfe (..He-, urilj after 4 0 m. IN MKMOKI AM FOK BKNT REAL ESTATE %  %  it i r ,. all Modern C To Sun a K A Lars;. iiovsrs I a %  IAll %  MM MB %  aiow T^ r MM > .i-n. Goa-i i. %  i.ii .i night beo.r 1 Ever In IK %  %  .-hildrr. crar.il> %  AIRATON. nCK-HlXV TTPrt \CT 1 Pfea *-*i ii i M i t.m I'm | i Ham UM a BloOerii £1*0*. ; %  eg. Ml Coasting for about .n A N C „ a r loom Co-rrn, r-rig.lo fating 1 %  Stone ,i. "" 3 Bedi 1 Fonts ball. I lor Only *U I A IKIWI. CWOIIMU! MHIMII %  %  %  %  Mn-hself, Vestry WHIT.. In fo4nt and ... mimwv of laaac While into In*Citol I' pa Mr l..>f-l and Was lover! to In* end I DAISY a* T *l-ln A.\.\Ol*IS'E.MK.\rS Ttir CAMP on the s. If Uarror Fully furnished Dial B35T i : H | i WA.vn MlKi-num cKarc* ween 71 n uM'dt 3 erm* a word inn word on Sunday* I -,.., H .. .a: • -. W ,, ranged nial 1111 | %  LMTHH Mjiiduif on SOU •*) M TS-.,. Mlla Hill Jul l, %  Lsrga iii.-.tia Moon. I Bad i -..fa.t Room.. W.C .".1 I'alli Comunnt Wate. I hfj i Telephone SerMce. in.lallM Osr.fe 1 B-Ili HELP The aim. NTA In Caribbr.. lui. > iro-n i; oo per h*-t per day GRAVID H IT %  %  hill Hat** from to UO per Wad per day WASIDE INN-On Grand Ana* Balhini Beach Rate-, from M'" :< %  day Knq.urles it D M Sin | | 3oSl -Tn III! M W III M U HU-I-' I 'I W, %  •rd JHiiish their, to kaaal DM M" Slack and luilo., I nw OP rafllttd prntuiiiriii.' %  foolproof or powdered Hull thai 1* I %  Dental Lab. Maga-intI... • HI Mivr A Forivn LOST DODCM WMI-FI c W %  '. %  %  %  | l*rw> and fit. Jan>v. %  %  ad i' i %  i 2i 7 SI -1" Pl-OTS , SAUES--bennri II Jama* Rrnjamin Ciitllnn. n*ar Howrll'i Cow Road Plnd'r will tn %  %  15 1 II ii. HATCH Yonkpr. SUind In %  ) f l'l I I l>H(K*-tr the Tracli A.ct. 1910. 2. Importers and Mc.lT,^lr,(ric Si I'rnti Hrpli -.-rv rcQuind lo Mr O Roddam nionui Dvviopmnt Corporatioti. m (up*R.iod. Imniifi. P O Jamaica. •> 1 S| %  %  I-'.. %  .iKIdr | %  afejan %  nil -l.pl > r —II I i i.i %  LAND-A I d nble biiitdKK atW TIXRK Hare irIUi and In parson. A. Ban Apply bv #|-I VVltrtC Cparlend Child %  Nur.a lo Ai'ply llvrbrrf. Dunlord. Fo,,!.. 14 T SI—lii i Walk %  •! MfJ X0 leet (r l->-irr.,e. rthlnn. Hn-llin %  %  Ittone K..II 11 t SI Appltcaliom aic Invited for the poa. oi Haad Muter of Iho St Andre• %  -I %  . S| ... ruiihA inf.irmali'in Irani \l\r Arvhrtra ton ol Granada. HI corgr < G M.I ^1-Sn I'NDER THE l>. \A.OM> HAMMER FOR SALE naw hoi li D< rdI v ll.t i Hie 2tUl Jl idea T-i IM! I'.' i..| AUTOMOTIVE QAS I**; rul PralactRaa.nn.bl> **** A %  "' priced Call 4AM 14 7 M fa ^^__^^^^_ %  % %  %  in..Jan TUB ot Moraa -im iwo ti %  iparfrrt Morning order Itilr.K li.r %  hm.b. i ...idv.-ir or viaMu atore V.. Ht.M. C i.ll 11 7 51 IB done i.n l v S17 Slii Station WaaVon hardly %  -*d. Hargaln tMOOa under currant, new %  t %  %  Ii-lr-phoue 91 an M 1 SI-In UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER nSSS* th Of nrd-r Of MM 11 n Snlhrrl-nd wa mill aall ha* Furnilura .n "Saudanliila" Cial-a.i Road, which InclUdMI Vmili Arm Chain nh %  prlii|C cinhiia Timothv %  %  iT.n-m A>.,paatr 17 IVIgiivr. Hobe. Hi Walk,. •IS low-, Allan Archibald II Can i lolph -. p/aJb iU Raid. Ceonfe Uncoln •:i Mi.rg.n .van I lndaa i'. ",dd DrlJale %  m BaiuiiMer. Arkfy alt-Ivor rUrrourl •.A -tr'IWM .-. Walker. McDonald .* .,Simeon SSCIair Graham. Bllnga Bogr ;il Wiltaidrr. Erirk Adolpr, B PolUrd. Fu.lacr Tnrroi '3d lamg. Col. in Cleopha. "S* KM K lirnrliri I •o Waterman. Klon.lt M.mt.l-i. M. Naarla. ttaklna Anton Tt Sandiford. Alwvn AnUtaay J> W.lrond Allan PranrH JMaial. I"eter l.nin. %  I Kelt! Andrew t'arlul..1 I.--IHu David .; BYathWalto, NeMlle Clalrmonte 43 Young. John Anaon 44 Heli-m. Uaneaaah 41 tlr.uglut Brat IJewell.it i | llugti Tatrlch AlhellUn 47 \v .r.l tl, tin Anthony •4* Yarde. Keith Alfred 4" Dartow. Rudolph Caill.le >M lt.t'1 V %  loi ( .„.„., SI AlUml. IS 7 SI—Si %  Sports Model. Woiwirv it :1 .1 I11S Colo a. Co. Ltd. II 7 ni 7n %  . .... %  .'.river, Mileage 3MB UJVINK l.lni.d. Telephone J4JB 01 25 7 Three wheel pir -i i A|.|.H I. 0M %  b .. mm :i i %  Ml %  Stoto> %  here I 34U Mai m %  Jraorl Drug Uarae Mon M.i %  Ut ll< !" e. Good (laidini Bench looks, Winter Coal snd other item. Bale II 10 o'clock Term. CASH iriirirtiMTT. IKOIMAN & to. Aur Monet r* Fl i: Title •at including I a J ... Llthl Brackit*. Table IJ lum A Han i %  I i-o. Ltd C % % %  !< In Chi.in. I Mlrrari -ti -.ten DUI jan.i e. trlc.l Dep.rlH-t.kl I'HHIi) KFIa-KIGrUtATOR: *<, eubhc ft. Full width liee/mg chamber Bran* new unit. Ilerondltioncd Ihroughmi! may be Inipccted at Lac Yaid. Chaap... App| H. L Srrllh. Sandford. H Philip 7 I M-t.f.n. MIXI AIU> BULBS -an w.tin....n.i ."i Wm llv J4 7 51 In \l'i P. HI VTARTawtl Dinct-on-lirte •nil Star.Drit-i will. Single Phasing Pre%  ISM [), ,-..*>.. Co. IJd Drpt 34 7 SI -l" I1ATTEJIY KADeO 1SSI %  Limited, Swan SHe' n -] ?.. NOTICE I Hi i" Or KU.N1 TIIOMt SEALED TENDFJtS will be rer by Ihe M the 4i August 1*51 lor the removal nl the < I Oast .i. la x%  iKed on II.-.1 ut Glenflale Tot in.pocHon aSSJll %  Strong Hops Plantallon. Chunrh Warden 1 j T 11 4n | i %  %  i.artlrulara i.i iII %  %  Te.d.l LIVESTCK K IIORSF. One : !'• by Bandit, r laid. Played %  Cox Phone 44* nil-bred chestnut geldilng seven year., nftecn lie season'! polo; |ood Apply. Major SkeweiNOTICE it *At.\T JO.IPS marked nil Ihe envelope, for the Erection ol a Pavilion iheuj will be if-ii-d By mn .il Iha P.rnchUI Treasure' fhSlce up lo •.itunrlnv llth Algu.l. 1SSI ICV Iha rr*Cilion at the Bat Ing Fl'td Mi H H M i %  ,.r at o.e Parochial Treasurer • OfRe*. UathUiob. Each icnd-r pasjss •tlaaSUT two .uretie. nf C4SS each for Ihe due u( Ihe .millact The Social Committee doe* not bind M the lowest M any lemlei J MEMTilN M.e.M:rv Secrrl.r-. Social Cocrunlttae. laM '-Unwind, are the SI Ian* SI %  %  % %  l Year benmng Tuaaak IS ISM. d to MU at tht Hsjad master s oAVe ainmr the % %  %  I i %  .1 FeeHow ell. Timothy %  Raalartck Wlutli... I a i .. • II..II Ueoiae Eihelb'it So,HI.. A.tlmr Wiii.ii! 11.11. IMmtiii.l \Ui wortwu, Kent Wilkinson. Samuet Alsicm tJilmlh. Eri i I i .i Mapp. C Llewrl! i, i pa, Duval Anthony 15 !*pr.iigei H.mm.oid A IS I .hn i.i.-l. Allan I I AnlhOnv II llder. Wavell C 19 Gixnlrldge Tr-vnr Inmoiil. %  %  • RuflV P* 33 Thompaon, Paul Aii-in .n OtHana, We.le. Mtci.ni I'rank WWall %  %  ict of ih si,000 or %  might ft up at : . % %  ... :..i If!., 1"II I. (antas %  ( ( .:.l than : D> 5"t*tton 35 which r. %  %  %  i %  tatini of i.mber ol IMIIO'. "That is not good enouati'On!,u> no fundamental the lUUMtal Mr. Craw find l i^raonally see no reason why twenty-one days hould elapse between NomiinMMl aWrtaOB l'i> Issll Tlui, mn' .1 few >ritioti. InI .. h..M in found u dltt.tha .i-t part of DurlaM] the houra tint tin' |-,u it, open up.ni BM M -t.n shall, for the uurpoae of promoting or procuring Ihe election of any candiv hand of im N.i ixMwn shall play any baixt ,H HUM. .it .n> n liat or In any procession bold [car itM purpose of promoting or procuring the election of any 3 Every person who eontrsLfM provisions of this m tion shall, on conviction by i url ut Sninmary Jurisdiction IMh.ible to a line of one huni onmeitl for three months'' I antavlic Thai iniic was not Msted. %  %  r.ill up.ni pajaj meant that during the cami i> pubttc I'.nkn .mi uiuiot hire any band I ..:..a] ., It is aJosolutC I inldiiK HI whuli .i [KIUIIII! >i.tH vim want to say nobody should ItUSU pMfe ti nillnrru.i tM aJlOWSd t" h.ive nisaaC to In* •I U) total (Ot Hi Liiulitcrrupt a rival candidate's meetfar to U BTtSU lOI what canll>B %  would agrr. .. i:..ii.l> I.i I.IV it .lown lh,ii no "i sssal yOtOtL" person should hire any band or Ul (,..i h..M.tin music even_ ssy ; Ml Croprford -UnI U haVO fjo| a \,.\ ,,f num.. employ c.inviiwers. jrou bum canvassiiig up i Da) Some of us have 1 ..'i to nesr tn ths polling station aim A, iv to voto fur us | am conmonths beton tht .! %  absolutciv fsnU Mr. E. K. Wal. nil (E) P-mtcc. out It might be raaSaOffJWr) to toak* %  onM ."'"'"ii tnti t' UM B-UL inn i i tainly a very necessary one .mil b* Wl pat ind to slip* rl H Mr. Warn* t ,,,,Kjrtunlt tn ic.ul the M whlrn "'ads: Mill until ul-iut nine i hi. o'eloeh EtrOT) pOrtOD who iH-tween the nisht before and it did appear the data <•! notiih.iti.m by UM t„ him that it miiiht tiikc I %  The Hill was by ihe Oovrrnor-iii-Kxeniiuo MCtjOaary mic but it could CriiTiJtuttoa of .i urn lot pmbardli I %  %  xpactas. that -.i %  parl iv )!• ,-nil.l gftM wilh every proaftct poiUnfl it iiich etoetioa peal (whethor In a tenoral .iciion it was the iii-t time, he said. i | .,!!..., m""' ha had Mai I ll> hon senior i % % %  '! .p.iw with another 'n.mlw r tor Christ Church posaito ,,t ,,. .. diwnterl) msonoi ,lU 'V i'-'-'y iH'r,-is,-.-.„,.. With provaol the '" -i***'t thinking that the Govn Of Ihe hu.in.ss ,.f ^^''L^*.?^"^ • ..-..nil" i .'i miiimiin" m _, j , p U bik -MUX..Ned ic, us. :r r ,z^,:;, ling tht lacJv ( tion of a candidate as a mem,,, ln#? -j i for the hon St Andn mi ber to UM) (li-nii.il thai ki'Vcimi amllniig Whir. ii i had suggested in his Address, that it should undertake IS MiO'iuird. Frank Alvi,, 17 Small. Ijall Winston h Arthur, Knv-ii Allan IB MnUley. Hi %  DoCosli 30 Taltt. Anthonlowim,. u iioii. Clrra oihinet ..; Gajafeln, Morvan Andre'j (o.i rtwajti "I3* MornUakf At-... Ilimce a loioai.i bkm. H TSflOr. Joseph DaCn-ta ?B Walton. Robert Michael Ofkl Loro/ %  4J Yrorwood. Aul II."!. n 4> Garretl. *>ars.. %  Government Seek Control .1 be ruDly of an „„. ,. X pens.-s and" not the V. tn,%  *" he bad ti ie.i to stop bun and hao IfcaD i ,i l asjri if Sum,, P1 hlm lh;it lm K IV( ., nm ,. ll( hl( %  i %  Mdj oaddad on that it wsi line of one thousand dollars or „„ K ,,.„i howOVl tilling him s. m be sun kept mi to nn.ki thi .•no be Incapable dui big a period point. 4 Of Hvr tindale i,f Mr Adams liiu.ll> hinted thai i • rtrod might be neeesssry lo put I few n elettiH 0) tfOUtlf at t'h-tlnH." Mi Crawford said that after | | nict.Bg the t'U'ition inuler demon.it i. innditions. and as long as one tlui inn Indulge in violi'tici• in. thing nl the ...ii (hen no roaaon why he uld nut '.i. "inn thing at J publli n • ting it he wanted to ii, %  iiggestlnjj that it thouhl be done in a blood-thlrgt) %  i ill. .me of the i ,• %  of i lection can tin .iiniiuiit ol oppoMt V ,i. iml ihititig tHshopn, ..ut ire elf. tlui; politicians nnd the public should have full OppOl ., ti, The Hill ill it r colon: rag idjoui i in the Bill rai then given iU see.n.l fintliir discussion d until inmorrow 6 Hurl In Storm ARBQUIPA, 1'Kltll, Julv 24, VVIII.K ..I bun II %  ne loti %  whli I ii.ireied tii' rnounWa >ny toi l> hours lefl six persons injured i, e ,1 theni Ml nn.sU II ed extensive propert) damage. i he i"" biii.iii.Hi hurricane %  dust storm blew the rtMaal oil i... i ea m the porjulsi aoeUon oi the rjaky aSad BMaaaaad arVaanai atroeti a/tth rallen brtea —it t;oVKIINMK\T NOTICK aj from pane 5 dind man t UM It should i-rite. (I.) said that Hid Bards the FURNITURE OFPICE CrlAIrUt—Just received I ipmenl of Office Posture Chairs i hre* point adlustment HeItaBMI loll T Geddea Grant Ltd or Di.i **In hi* Ne. Hntot Ttir%  hi %  I'ililH nl HUM. SALE On l-rMx. Ihe au.> IIBI ot tha hou. %  'he hlBhe-tt l.iuder lor an. Sum HOI under the apptiis. ec! value All lhat .-rtaiii ptOOl "I Las t iboul 1440 | (i butting and bound. . ..i, %  road, on und. of Or, | M % %  ranre. at Goc-dl. -.H. Ihe Cl stlol '.' A. otfir.-d to you: Mag HO a p. : lurch Dinlr.il Rmh L'pnght H h^ir. 110 m a or. Bus', pr rtleel An M7I %  ml i i. and from Marti and 1w.: tie Boxes. Within a short while nay be Ihe winner of one pi the followr til Pure SM ot, Ind **r.re MS W. lid Pine M 00. I 7 Sl-Mn Tht heat tor yesterday -. idant Tootnist. John where TO parts •"'fall. The 9 ll Four Roads reported that much of the rdei dical llti FLOWERED OIL HKIN In lleautl't.l : i i i 1 -* >ard l %  .-r will I* K.rpalam. S3 Swan Si —I B 7 SI 1We be, t i notify our ruMomrrt lhat our Parts Department will be V ciu-axi i rroaa MonV day. ar-h July, for a week. Alw | 't.alr and Kerv . \ nierils will be rk-ird aafel annual \ holidav There will be a skeleton A ataO on duty for cmrrgancie*. POLMMasM K-ep your 'lonr In good tondition with Johnaor.'%  Dial Sana Da Coata ft Co .td. Ekrc. Dept S T SI In to a l also be given could not read or Mr. O. T. Allder It appeared there discrimination eg fi closing of cluhs im He felt lhat if small tr to refrain from doing b liquor on Election Dey, it shoul i be done in suPh a v/ay :t | could say, "You have fa i small trader to elOH Ins bUaBUM hut you have said or done nolhln as regards the big httels. •T notice that clubare HUH tioned and liquor buslns i ,i. mamUonea, but -t* all fcrno* IhM hotels considei th> lilTeunt from rum shop %  n %  octal (lull win %  b -old Another point was the 'f allowing j>eople In gn w|tj 'lliteratex to the bOOthl to eaf" their vntes for them. "I wag hoping to see provision for the use of %  boll ;i % %  done in Jamah ind Trinidad. I think that would my to aaasii t U Would not di'tlnttinsii the names of lidates. "I hope that .it the pTOp> an amendment wll include the use of symbols." Mr. F. Miller i|.) geld was n't •' % %  •u,: there ihould !• thi tion of the selling of rum on Deetlon i^ ) He did not think tin n.ent would find it necessarv to uso symbols It the .-lection. He thought Itarhad-r. ought to be barjea v*ere thi-. wai l %  *ary. It wa. not a goo i on any country whicj Ul H %  aasmry nd he u,,-. ., given an opportunity to n akc Iho 4 Mr. H A. Orawterd n i that he would have liked wo.k wai held up in the lleldl bv I mor m0 <> read the Bill full, the IntcrmilUnt shower. "^ wrnpam it with sim.l other districts ( llsn '"" Colonial legislation I'lstncl A" 30 parts, Dis-1 tlict "C" 41 parti. District B parts. District "D" 14 parts, and n • • Cuntact with thi 0OT and In some cases it was dlftlcult for U %  tor of the Station to Ms branch %  %  APsaUcattooa iraj Invited for the I'.ist .if Stenographer-Typist ir. the Adimnistratii II Ixpm tinrut (Legislative) SI. LAicia. The po-! |,eriMi,ii.ii le ..rid i.iriies a salary of 11-200 plus i M hviiig bonus ,it the iijmv.d rate Thi appointi % %  '. %  '!: % %  I I Orders in fni, fi.im tUM to time The candidate nleetod iVUl be appoaaited on a probationar> i one real In tne and lna**uica and will be required to taki %  Of meeting* tif Ihe 1 %  rn il and perforrr. such oth'i Tn-s a* may be assigned to him %  . Coat of passages of appointee and taUnll] (Up to a maximum ol t) will be paid in the first Instance and is refundable If the appointee I potourient within one year. Applicants should furnish full details of qualifications and expei oinpanted by at Uaat two tes'.imonials and a certificate ol fthieh should reach tin later than :ilst July. 1931 Administrator. Si Luci 31.7.61—• not I O 11:. --.'.'-'.-e',-,.',-.',',', ,',',-.',-,',-.-.'. RECORDS: Charlie Kunf. Bin,. tw-m night tl Ltd if aT-lfa '-(-ported. Only one trafnc acci— d ent occurred In D motor car ran ;nto the f^:l^!^r^Cll, B d a;c:; a moving truck du. to a wet I El-ctrlca! Dept M 7 SI n road. NOTICE Dr. Prfsrsd B. OVak begs to inform hi. I that h. < a closed from Saturday 38th July, a nd will bre'Opt %  • onday ZOIh August. ITEM'S TO CHOOSE ER0M. r.-11111! Spread: (hrrv per lb I'earlim: trull Salad Tin* Whole To malax*; I.Ms CryaUN: Hmakfast Kulla; Salad ONUM OUva till In tins: HorlkUs Malted Milk: Hams In tins: Klim 5-lb. Iln. t.ouda Cheese It lb. blocks; Nescafe Cocktail Onions Olive-, -niiied A I'liiin TIM Toffee and Peppermint*. lAVIIIIIs IAMBUS 111 HIM M I.IQIHK. SHIPPING NOTICES HAIiKLSON LINE OUTWARD rROH THZ UNITED KJH0D0M ran-] 8.S. "TRADER" SS EXI'l.otlKH SS "STI'IIENT" AOV1SER" NOVELIST SS "HEHI1SMAN" SS -•s From Leorrs Due 7th July 22nd Julj e* I^H.dnii 7th July 2lrd July I^rndon llth July 26th July Glauow 12th July 25th July — London UrtJ J1U3 6th Aug %  Ijwerpool 36th July 7th Aug %  OfcuewARD roa raa DNITBD -JWODOM Closo U ss "SCUI^R. ..uv-ra5. SSnZX!. IIHFSMAN" ..Londmt lh Juh S STRATEGIST" Gr-.no,K 2IM Jul. ror funh.r information tpplr tc DA COSTA A CO^ LTD.—AaaaaS Canadian National Steamships BO irnsoIwo Naaas .f Ship I ADV MEIJKtN i AN CHttlJULK i*AN i. M i i -;,: %  H 1ADY IHlllNKY CAN coNarTTUaTTOR t AtV NKlJJON S) June la July SO July > July 13 J ily 33 J ily — I Aug. 4 Aul 13 Aug. — II Aug. 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. ESTABLISHED 1395 PRH E FI\ I Cease-fire Talks Still Deadlocked Over The Withdrawal Of Troops UNITED NATIONS ADVANCE CAMP BELOW KAESONG, KOREA. July 24. %  \LLIED OPTIMISM over the chances for a ceasefire increased tonight despite new Com munist propaganda for the withdrawal of United Nations forces from Korea. U N quarters still looked for Communists to back down on the demand at the resumption of ceasefire negotiations in Kae song scheduled for 11 a.m. tomorrow. The 96 houi Communist requested recess in negotiations expires then. U N representatives had hoped the Reds would send word that they were ready to resume before that hour, but there was no word from Communists up to a late hour itlons came u> u lemix>rarv halt Saturday In Ihe deadi,k ovei the Red darnand for the withdrawal of U N force* as i condition of Armistice. Chu-f U N ropreiaentattvo ViceAdmiral C. Turner Joy mode It i Uiir thai would not i.:iK under any el rcu instances to put the withdrawal question on the Armlittcc agenda. He said the question wan a poli.,1 MM Ul be taken up at a peace :hc Armistice had taken effect I' was al this point that Communists Bflkad and were granted a four-day recess to consider the Allied position. Breakdown l! they stand firm DO their wilh< maud, truce talks almost icrtainlv will be broken off Some Allied circles believed that Communist negotiators after consulting U* Ill Pyong\ .ing. Peking, and possibly Moscow will introduce some sort of iaceenving compromise proposal' I l" Kariy feeling thai the ComtminM requested postponement was a rUM 'o cover offensive preparation*; was almost none. Host source* felt that if the Reds were planning some treachery, aomethlns would have happened before Ground lighting along the 13!S.inile front continued on only ;i minor scale. U.N. units drove Communists from high ground southwest of -utrel Irwii i.nd repulsed the Bed attack imith an of Oi Radio Pyongyang broadcast the Utesl Communist demand for the withdrawal of '*N troopa from Korea during one of the regular programmes ..n Tuesday morning. %  n. % %  Koraan people firmly dci withdrawal of all formOpS." II i barged that the South Korean forces started the Korean War by Invading North Korea nt the ineltcment of the US. It said. -Today, when the US Govanunant is in the position or bavin* to carry on the ceasefire UlhS, the representatives of Hidgway and the U.S. military men are attempting to have us certify that the US must for an unlimited period keep troop* in Kara* Pna [) N and undoubtedly the U.S. iRlDCriaUste, are trying to expand their munitionproduction and t.i ; inonopoUstle proflta. U.N. circles regarded the broadi-ast more as propaganda than an authoritative indication that the Communist'. Inland i" stand firm on their demand for an immediate U.N. troops. It said, however, that the Ppmioiiiip[nlftcantly did not [ redid ihe failure of the Kaesong meeltoa>—O*. tCeds Have 9,000,000 Men Undei 4 Arms PARIS, July 24 The SetreUir) of Stale. Deal Acheson, said on Tuesday night ihat the Communists have 9,000,000 men under arms, backed by 20.000 m.-tline Soviet planes. He warned "wc are in great danger, greater perhaps than many Americans now appreciate Acheron's •;rim analysis of the Communist military might was Included in a major foreign policy speech at the ceremonies marking: the 250th anniversary of ihe founding of Detroit—heart of Ihe US expanding mobilization drive. Ann son said that the defence programme must be stepped up to bolster the U.S and its Allies BgalDJt the threat to world peace posed by the massed Communist EorcSJ Acheson did not go into detail about the possible Inere; In the U.S. armed forces, but said that even to meet the present "minimum goals" will requ 'greater effort from us and e Onsoeri rnlled on President Ling. Euiaudi to present the Cabinet list for his new two party Government to Italy. DP Gaspeii drove to the President's summer vlll Caprarolo about 30 miles north of Rome to report he had bean sue cessful m putting togethr Cabinet to replace the out resigned Julv 16—l Reds Move 150,000 Men To Kama R£PORTS SAY TAII'EII. Jub 24, N a t io nal ist litiatllganca officers lent support to private reports that .'hlnesc lli.l: have I cell iiu>\ ill. mother live armies aggregating 150,000 men from northwestern China to Korea These osBoan who rcfus.,! to be named, described the China Union press report that Chinese Keels irg slipping up troop movements to Koreu as "very likely." Tin China Union press which special>zas in China m.inland nsnvi erage, said one of live armies pan of Yao Chl's suicide army group left north Shansi for Manchuria during the middle of Julv nid aSJ expected to art.v. i North Korea early in Augus' Intelligence officers refused to say whether troops u Indicated Chinese Reds were bent on starting J new offensive before Kacsong peace talks end I .P. goal Israel Goes To Polls On July 30 TEL-A-VI V.July 24, n than half of Israel's population will o to the %  n |. oi July 3Q to elect their Knisset (Parliament) for the ; UtO the establishment of the youne state. Almost a score of the parties with more than 1.000 candidates ranging from extreme right to extreme left arc lor Ihe 120 scats of the Kniaset, where the Prim. | Ban OuriotVa Labour Party has hitherto held the load over all. _. „ Btf Question Tnt biK gusstion in ihe forth The Hi-1 Knraatt, elected i.i January l*We\ was dissolved eartmr, when the coalition IB due to orthexlox opposition to the government's poMry on religious edu%  I/relln I at" predict •he labour party of Ben Gurton will again enter % %  trorujoof; paity. but not strong enough to he able to rule ,i coalition. ,1 number of l I tied U) ^ake part in the po.l ex>00 out of a total population of more than 1,410.000. Very toga are expected u. %  New immigrants will I Old settlers. Many of Ul have come laieiv (mm North Afi or the Middle East countries Tank* And Police Patrol Teheran TEHERAN. July 24. Tank* rumbled through ihe streets >i Teheran, and police and soldiers with fixed bayonets cordoned off the Majlis when 0O< Communist*, "partisans of peace," defied the government ben on demonstrations. The "partisans assembled outside the I'.rliamen; building |ust after the Lower Mouse went into morning session. They demanded that they be hown the secret graves of 15 "peace" sympathizers killed during the rioting here on July 15. Tlw dsunoostralton was orderly -but 300 police and troops were moved into the square to prevent n> attempted aisturbances. Tanks returned to the suburbs after the demonstration Si* army trucks with mounted innchine guns, were posted eonspicuously and strategically round the area.—ITJ?. 71(18 CEREMONY took place in il of Archimandrite Viuly Ustinov The "ADVOCATE" payt for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night. coming elections is how this greal flood of new immigrants will vote in their first polls. Mest of them have little or no conceptioi of modern political syftems. Th< national election is botng fough on dome-stic iues rather than on the auaatton of East versus West orientation*. Co-oper-ilion with the West is for the great majority of Israelis no longer a question of democratic anjt sj life but one of bread and butter The reason is apart from i aspoeta—economic Much of Israel's initial etonomi development Is attributed to the. loan of tbe Export-Imports Bank of S100.oo.ooo grinted two years ago and t<> the more recent agriimprovement loan of fas.wonoo. F i .n.< i.il aid from United States Jews has also contribute largely to soften Israel's economic plight and its importance remains un.ii Uie light of preseht j grow mg requirements, j Recent leglilition has moreover ] tried to encourage United States | and ether foreign Investment by 'si te n d in g the number of fsi-illtle" %  —I'.F. Britain And U.S. I )i-ru.— >|ain IXtSDON. July 24 Minuter eif Stale, Kenneth Youiii'i told the Commons last night Uut ilrit.iii and the United States had exchanged vltWi on the question of Spam's tontribulion to the Atlantic Pad i the United Slates Government instructed their Ambassador Stanton On His to explore the quertior. with Spanish authorities —I .P. Kl(.;HTH AKMY H.Q., Korea. July 24, Allied putrols pUbhaaLamire than Lhroe miles Into Comnmnist territory on tho bihk* front teatn will to fitfhl on the eve oi l-eaumt'd ceaatliie t.i!k^ m K The deep--st paMtratHM "f U N '" *'i• vv-s made north of the %  i i IB eaati rrorst when a patrol tlnuot torvard three and a half n .. OUt making any contact. Two I iti 4l iraOTod out more than two snllea noilhcast of Kumswa. the south eastern corner <>f the old iron trinngle" also without makinK ettectivc eOQUlCl Wlttl UtC Communlai front line. Ttu Red aem cut patrol* it .,,., tctoi iimi 'here was a brisk five-minute tight before one wai ihi on the West.rn front. Four wnvi' of 1121* Bttporfortresses biaitad Ua ki Korean railway )UBCtJOB "i S.H. vmn with more than 70 tons of bombs. Alrforccs Imik ova* the brunt i>i ihe Allied ottcmlvr effoi f^niUSHinUlm % %  ntueind nnhlli.B pnlinued on only a minor scale a. A Bishop I dm ins the Jou ill I o III-Mi I Iran IMission LONDON, July 24 rha uiitish CabiasM aa JOWltl to head UM preiposed mishion to Iran to discuss with Premier Mohammad Mossade<|. the hi Irani i dtaputs AuthoriUllve sources said (hat lOWtH who us I-ord ChuMflloi is %  .1 ex|tcrt would ,n p irl i v*\ i.iiin ivMaiked hostility bv the rank and hie of the Labour members to the rising costs or living and con* n at the sue of Britain, rearmament programme InghliKh the publicauun of Ihi preUml %  publ "Uit.resolutlono >ubfniited for ;hVrulinn of the partvS annual coviferencc at Scarbe>rough in October I B %  olutlona in <,rated that man) Of the Portv's local iimi ttt I thai Atllee'K Kovernment toUoWl Washington': tonrian pnlle) hue ie.o closely. Several preipc*U support the stand of AasffUrut lievan, Ihe former Labour Minister, wbwrest control of Party poh.\ frorri ..i .'n i Hi >. ..ii %  ihf-i other rebel, on the Part/a 2C i bat aaacutlva claitrn that the size of ihe rearmament programme threatens domestic Socialist R;;i|s. — < oi 1,1 M-.i-Jijll .,i.it Chn I of Stan* General Omar Bradley. ... ..oil aa marn ba r a of the InterUefenec Hoard. Ma ild %  %  '< %  taj. on arrival (mm Kio, aboard the Uruguay 'hat in additieMs to Uie UN. mission, he would confer with officials m Ifaahliigton on th.xecuUon of inilltury < o-o|>-'r,itioii •nd raaolptiarui %  doptad .it tbf fourth meeting of the American Foreign Ministers. Ci'M'Hitciro. bow* -nit have any definiteplans 101 the Washington visit. Ms wild that he 1 ould %  inaui as lorut as necessary. II W.oihingU>' he win cooler wiUi DM Qhalrtnan of the U.N Collective Meatuies Ojmnultev. who. by a ciuncidenre. is Brazil's representative to the IN Ambassador Jo Carlos Muni/ He arao expected to confer with the rstcrataey Oesiaral ami top military advlaar, Ceaonal Alfred Georite K-tnn.-L'.P. Sunerforts aime.) their cargoes %  f )00 and 100-pound Imnibs a> wo adjacent railway marshalling -ards at BariWQfl, which ||gi :iibatwaai i' nun/ang, [forth Korean Capital and the eaieflrc conference city ol Kaewng, Bomban ran into BOOM MtU< n but .ill r.-tiuned sfcls it is at Bvran n thai the mala "ommunint suppi> rauta ill m rn Korea divides, one Una running dlreetlv south toward KieJong, ami the other east toward the baitle /one —I'.P. Search For Missing Plane Intensified ALASKA July 24. The search for Ihe K. %  aft DC 4. ml r ain g ovai ina rtifned ...;.-' . itli .'(K iboard, u u Intensified with .he iddmon i.i 14 more planes. Officers ol UM I0U M.uadrmi .n Urmndotf .urfonc i tb.it thav planned I i .keewo advantgag oi the eleai •ng skies for the nut day line* Ihe Can idian 1'acillc Aiilnm i isheo on Saturday. Additional planes will supplement the squadron of 21 which has rrlra oroaead he 31.000 auuaie m'les area wllh.iil nnding any Iran.,f the missing craft. Until to-day, log. .lauds anu aln have Mrnpi ed i UM nay/ 1 c.ippeet p.Mks along the coast. Aboard the nil*. i, three vilian BOvernmern employees. so Canudi.n |..,-. vi 'i er ew w ran. t'.iv rh i*nt i rely HfgoU.itloi I nailers UleAeldi different probli m frorn of political aetta wntial that the two r;t eutnely sepa dbuoi: if ii i> rceptahle %  obtained ion of political queaH M i M fi llov I i,.,,l The rt atswnenl eaeagnued "if I | imed and get to nee of the muet be %  upon th* mllltarv Una whtth aill be defei riba vein Of Bl f hostllir,,There n t I i paernentt > %  •! tO niiifuice 11ik>[i IHMI 111 i'hi re must bi 11 idi quale lupi >\ isaon and aci %  n' iMiih redea t" insure laainal anj %  and as continuing i f.uth there J %  %  %  ugKi at I the agn o tham must pro %  I the Korea i v LONDON, July U from Ii .i i .1 I'M inn i \1.. ..jJ. ., '., resume discussions on the Angio,i.iiii.m i>ii dHpute bu made It clear Kiev MhOUld I .late if thi ml ntin law oiu made BjdfUon TinForeitn 0(Rce n-eeived %  report from the ItiiiiBti AmlMMa(oi in TBrtcran, Bh Prastaai Shepi OB I ineiiior.iniliiiti syhlch Handed last night to Averell Hai i la an r^eatdefti nvo] mment I illdn I) i.,.i the Hi Utah Govbeen abli o form an opinion on their ac—\ p. PETYIN WILL HK BURIED TO DAI AT HE D'YtU II.I Ii VKI1 Kiaiii.v July 24. I Tho iMKly of Henn PhUllupe! I'.tain who lived a hero aiul died disgraced exile lay tn a smad liliiek casket dressed In the uniform %  f thu Mardhal of Kt..n.IVtain /III be hut led lOeBjMTOa on ihU i MlanUi laland that um form wiUi the Me-etiUlle Mlllliinc Franct-'a tata>M. mil Students Confer With B.C. Chiefs n.m ei -rAsjBfes>se*ai LOMDi 'N It A West Indian Btudenti Unioi delegaUan led by Prt Dudley TBornoei t %  %  iniuii Counell BUUUH three houi to d i* about ihe in ii.i i i his bnH t bui hi family an-j friemiN ire coov bred that on< day he will lie borjrde men who led the Freneli to victory .it Verdun, During World w.tr i. end oven brfine his death re eta rda) it 11 grlrn foetrt i tt> >< %  he wa sent by the High Court in IS4S for ll.ilioiiition with the Na/is his ,t datawnded ihaf he bt Doiiiiinont whir, | e/ho fail during the hlatorfc ri*M i DOW lie —U.P. U.8. PLAM& IMWIM M.\\t;HLRL\—KII>* >w TOKYO, July 24. Peking Radio early on A'< day Kald elitht Unm planes invaded Ifanehui lory on July 21, out of which arvg snare shot , %  :, n-. Ri air forces.—I'.P. itriiiiin To Buy 95.000a0p0 Ituslhls Of CuiiuduWIii'at OTTAWA. July 24 Ti .ide Minmti i < \> l\v,v ,m/IOUIMKI thai mi United Kmgiion would buy ii:..(MMiOiNi biiahe] ol cm.nil.m B/hael Ira the i %  .i .II %  niiiit ii %  AUKU 1 I. under the Internauoi Bi i alao win buy SSO.OOOioiu .,f floui. the eouivali nt ol g.OuO.000 I .vheat. It r smd mat Britain has shown | | in buying '!''•> b ne more than the stipulated Dft.000,IH* buahels, if it la avail :.ide the internatiiMial wheat •' A meeting will be held on Beptarnbei ati to discuss (he sale of aelditional wheat Howe said that the 00.000,000 bushel* sold under the I W A a/ould be al the price or $i 80 I VA, Of •l.Bg Canasix cent per biWhel earryini charge, —r.F sntlng ii the Diretoi o\ raeassalal --^M WMSW IM*>II Ing action againai nv .* mong Han Cn %  ani iti iki i '-i H. Ombury, Welfare Adn told the dalogatlon in>• Keith's letii-i The wist dilasjallnn in : iii'iiiiiit polntad out u • Kan •'< %  -ii iluatioii from "the ueneral inisatisfaclory %  rrangemeiitj lo, eccorn* i nodal ion fi %  i il. nth have tncl ire trying, and are etui edlllna i> 11 and i acgkirale a llti Ha Cot ial Office provided the Islter treat them as human hcinxx and not chattels.'' Burma Rejects JajF PeaceFacI BANOOON, July 24. it was leai iday, that mini nun the United IUUM < tovernrnent, that n>! approve the draft of the Peace rreaty wltl Bfl enables i \ .,n to evade %  apai aUona • hlch tuim.i feeai fully II Ufied lo %  Hurn i.i 'it i til nni %  ,(.. tm %  Munli rggssei n rnttrfsu I eui : i % %  ;...ooo.oon rupeee ind i .inMil Him e deal iUon i' i fori 'ii laboui on Ihe i i i "i Mil mar I It was poll %  Burma hoe no VIM i %  i | tiaa supported lapen n lo certain org in the United Nat ind rcestobliehed tiade. iii Bum e doe 11 %  I %  %  %  ItMrM 'leedv At no timr ha* Burma received any ubstannal nntribution Iron iny OVRO for i t .k Burma conatders u f Ut a s ttn ed, tha Japan IS unabla to pa> A rvporl "n lo-dgj i ..i fereni v .dl he submitted lo the Inioii i.paratio^ witboul imuring hei WIST hag to-day petitioned !.,*„ •eonoms |. ca he will noi ,1 su : ihs I i ny treal iti Jamen (inffiih* toi an inter' II' TOO MUCH SUGAR NEW YORK, Jul> 24 %  .'. trawl in.i cun mndir. COsUntnlgf exprexsea doubt United %  %  >' %  oneun %  .-in in %  ble to take the H.ZM.OWJ ggBJr allotlsd ibem tho %  %  lunetri H i ou sd Ul that Ihe kuga id of what It wa* BO end only half the rale of two year 1 aK"—I'.P. Death Of B'dos Seaman: Policeman Fined £10 CAP! A ClM T'.'tn polk I i: In In. an UHUI on %  ''''"" K '""' *'" c III ('. ;.i Pi '. I Bl IV Iti B 9 dos Oil Rights: Broken Promise loci to Km ['I dagtil while I March. King wa. j raamao in Ihe Bnti carao Ship hlrstrtlM Hi lived in an In ,i iroft :i Ii % %  '' %  h ,,i ' P %  K i. utd %  havi til ) %  whir r .1 ., haemorrhage h %  ng to hi aV I Anotm | i named i with \ w f il %  ttmg of tiincident and he i iv. wi v.i.. %  ea %  f** n *' Vlsser was heaid by M' J T Camia In Ihi [p. Town stalsV court was that the two i K -ii clous P police station ind reported th.it ( %  JjfggfTti LiBf IXJNDON. July 19. Complaint* of a 'broken would be itraincel to the ci*mpany promise" bv Uu Covi-rrunent of over the whole .,f the Isjand BarbaduH over oil proapeeting t.ghts in the island have come from two sources in London—one from Lord Teviot. a Director of the British L'nlon Oil Co, in a letter to the London Times, md one from Members of 1'arh l i %  ,., !. the time that a prospecting licence' terms of the Petroleum Act <• %  < Interests of ah Kranf ipensatioti is pay.iblifOl lo the British Udi' of Its Hghts. tbe poiantial Oil O ft was then that | Lord Teviot. in his letter, outlined the situation briefly, pou.tins; out that before the poising of the Barbados Petroleum Act in January. 1960. the Bi iwTJnion Oil Co.. held leases over T per cent of the drlllable tne Island When UM Petroleum Bill was passed, the Barbados OovarJarnafM promise to tlie Britfso t'ruon oil (o and of f ered U I Uearaoa over 5!\ per cent of tli of which i i'liini.i-Duiiean declared Hie) ti" considerable.'' Ideefale luted %  > "breaking The day .i'tr r tin-: letter ilar/ 1 on aae pnrl % %  / ti %  published In London, Col OoanmeBnrtsados Oovernrrasnt .md the Dnnean, Cejnservative M.p. fo r Colonial Offii-e. hit K street whi.-h mused t\ Cai irapl %  I.-.IM ni th ii vusset when he i" a < land on such "terms "that the I erth. raided the name matter in I 'It \not %  rase of ., brokn >rapariy had no alternative but the House of ('"minors, asking'promise." replied Mr r.ntnth refu e The American Gulf Oil Mr. James Qriittthl ffcll S hi uvnpany accepted the term ,. Secretary, about tbe %  DOOM leg ippotnti I hich have since proved v< unattrtudr to the report fc-diinitted by I -old It Is fo orkabie thai they have been Mr. Lepper, the Colonial Oflle-e them to decide whethl -.ded" '""part, who reeornmended ". ",' Col Qon ma-D Lord Tevtot pouited out Uut Uut, granted to the British Uni'm notlee Mi:it m V* of .companv,had been established In Oil Co. U fgfli Ili.rlssdo* for mm than 30 yeai* Ihe When nritionalisotion of oil, ..nd had contributed mateii No Monei|Mil\ the %  rights ws suggested," he sald f 'the welfare of tba island's people Mr. Griffiths dec! a reel that his "loan' Ihat Col. OerruTlg'Dunca 'the British Union Oil Co, agrees He added "The result of the predeceeaor, Mr. %  • sill Initiate a half-h' render its leases on Uie Barbados Government's actions h;>' hag agre-e^l with the report, Ihe House of Commons to — — •• %  understanding given by the been to deprive the rompany of that Uie Barbad' Government ha I subtect Governor and his high officials at its drilling rights and under the decided that it was not in the best -Bl P i do II, .i kn % %  • %  ;.ie this irton. J 1 > %  •• %  ,i till have allay blow and ltl\i tentinn It ., •Have th..' C Uo struck the blow but the %  i f one or the nthe m High Thlr ')l .. as.. ' Lew TfdWi !•• a.m.,



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rAOETWO Cahib Q a ^ ru } BARBADOS \n\i>< \li ni i. .1 siiw a i v :;. is;,. H FrT REV AI.AN HT. Archbishop of the West Incite* and Bishop of B Guinna who came to Barbados a %  •ecration and inlhrnnemaiil <>f Bishop Mai.devillc b dU4 '•• rcnirn to BG Ihi* ff| A %  ol B 0 sad ttn. noid.i Mr Holder WM also here for tfc* eoiwcration. H is Chancellor ol ..ltd Registrar of the I wd nit I tains Festival Visitor* O %  %  Waal IndiansPI if pra (North LonH III on Fri...y last %  Indian stu. and in BUOOW <> West lath i • uval of In ttie charmingly informal at%  West lndlftn %  i % % %  %  listed and dnni-ed with thru fellow count! nun and amain ta England. Among those present were the MUM and Mrs N W Tmn. Hen and Mr?. W Courtenay. Hon. J A Smith. Hon E H l...t H. -i K I. Brndahaw, Hon. L. L. Simmon*, Hon. T. T Thompson Hon. W O Kendall. Mr. A A Mi C. A Robinson. Mr F K W CaSC, Mr Evo:. BUka, Hr, W M Humphrev. Mr. Ronald Craw f.nil. Mi Ronald 1: Q E WiUc*-k. Mr and Mr* Willy Richardson. Mr. A Chai %  Ml *nd Mrs. John Oliver and Mr. A. E V Marlon Music for dancing was provldad by Reb Prescoit (Grenada) an*' hi* bnnd. Back To St. Lucia M M As'I.i.K da BOTJLAY, her daughter Marguerite and Mrs. Leo Bergassc who had beei. holidaying in Barbados since July irnadj to St. Lucia yesterday b) It W I A Ml du BOUIBV who accompanied them over for the holiday returned over the week* iV BITTY CRAXIl Hound Ihe world on I 10 Girl Globe-trotter B ROWN-F.YE1* mil t ll tcf pee t!>e arorld on CSM is Ml** i maaaeuaa luat atttUuj oil Croat London fo: i tour ol U weei of England on %  cycle bongo,! for C7 in Paris. Next she plan.to hitch-hike Ihl ->, Porlui&il and Mi Mm Craigie. who is H slim, know* how to tfSV" WJ\ on .i little mom S?fi£rt, expeit in mvei on .IOOUI i. .I r .., b i.L-.^/<.i u i.ina week," she sys. Use Barbados Molasses V ISITORS to the government* fishing lodge in New BrunsKaatigoucb* Miv. Ichlng sala|f the famou< Trail Blazer Pancakeou' by Da\ %  i Tuna's i edition gives the recipe %  Inch fi>i %  been making"by tea. i ike four mlxing-npoonsful of Itarbadoa molasses; two h*n'.. a*MB loons eg*. v milk, or one pint • > : snow and one pint ol j igattMH Then the dry mix Flour two !, one part whoii Orhe t Add baking powder, tv Add salt to taste—if tlM party hod a drink the night before, add %  little bit mote salt. Pul it through tin until the batter 1* •month. %  rind or some s ill pork >kn. uia iu-.'i. ornnge glow so essential to the seductive puneake. With build and real rock-maple syrup and %  |M slivers of baron thrown in on UM Try making some trail blazer'-. Note ihe It .rUnIo* molasset and i %  %  i % %  pun D snow. Polytechnic Oiploma I N Ihe histnrie '.urmundings ol the Btatloners and N< Job 13 Novello Hamilton Richards o* the i | .i nudanl 'i iiism was presented with hi.; Diploma b> Cotonal The Honou*abla J. 1 ili-raan > HitH,. k / / t\Jbeth Bv wen COMES LACK TO STUDY A Matter of Life And Death Bv t.VM.i V II.I 1 end. Visiting Parents M RS. I'l.TKH HAY1.KY who has Qt B P BdOS on a visit ciii' Hon. and Mis 11. A. n:e to return to |l •', thi.. r.% B w I A Her vMl wilh her brother Henry*! wadding. He was married o couii * antpapcr Makers Compi Optics M'v, AicTHUIt ST JOHN, son %  Ognen i throa Airline "Baiters", St. George and the late Mr Bt John If ft on Sunday by the Colamble for England. Arthur his gone to study Optics and expects to be away for throe or fuui W INNIE TURNER, ". nd Velaria Blew Chicago and hostesses who i day VLSH tu It.H I B.W.I.A. returned In yesterday afternoon by Accompanying them wan. Mr. Haul o Panttn of B.W.I.A'S Commercial l). [.ailment in Port-Ot-Spaln staying g| daacriDsd aotne of the tree .:, the Company displayed in the ineiudtng famous pi %  s model mm %  fill tWO .Mid i hall idue in December. 'i i are i %  %  %  i',< wen novelist w h oaa CB1 (three ..op was awat I iture*' %  %  box with the Rojal ci| I of the Oovernmant), which now wl h otw etaj docuroonta MI the death ptnal^^ ondarlni why she t>aa pick.r tl • She • 00 Dorothy Savers, no Agatha %  murder tri.il md Introkind of words %  novels and loi leg, into which such debates us the rro* %  nd cons ..( daaa I i hanging ever intruded. "1 ex; with a smile, il.it I am fuat the man %  I \i Sum-Siim i tad from Mi' %  Cameron ID rpujal lUzvn. the only woman member of the recent thr . irorkuup %  %  There % %  the at the tune %  she la a grant nd a glutton l i . 01 the execu .,'' s htIhi "-ht ol the alt i i the room w.i oodci i i chali ivhleh might have come from High Ible." Added ha range of pactatora, tor In Amerii: i ublic'M %  man had to take his death before %  . %  : 9.:io lo 6 Wlifii In i %  I.I %  in..i—'l • on ii %  death penalty, kiln Bowen works oAVe hours %  I she has • %  triad. Husband Alan Canu ran (they married In I0kt) WOT* the gramophoni %  His wit. n her firstlioor sidd) overlooklni Eh | %  it I room, iik* ths house, light and air, with Wide down t .i:.(. Kadiu I'rirjiiwiiu' IS a I" Pi x.nd. a ao p m cnminnr <* I b m A< thr Opera. %  o> %  K ,ni. IS p in Jr aSkU• p m PmramK* Parade. > ni T<>da| i Sparl RMS SUB IS SIM SIM M BY THE WAY ... By Beaekcomber I hREAM of Ihe day when a ter, hanging his hi. in shame, resigns because has Bluded bis febrile gi ii in ihe matter of prayei t annul orders relating to shredded tgj •.shells, dried ribtion, nsh-sift(i button! made of decontrolled Bk milk, slanehioiis. gravel. .iiramgrnss. boiler-cases an i len fruit. Ilngerless glovebinoculurs, tlii cork. waterproof coverings fo we.ilhervancs. lampwlck. I chalk, haddock-mallets. sh : bet. tubular thongs. rowi birdlime. warehouse towcl-rollerj, gratad tago, %  tilt* %  i re* ldn| tv es' snouts. idg, froth, beard glue, ladders, tuning-forks, polish. Sine trestles. m rj-ball-. hsnVhlocks, shepherds' soap-shaperr, galvanised rrooter-wheels rta, tiK-tion-engine •bluebags, dl sdgai pen wiper-cases, stormfalaa noses, ehlmney-atruts, oiled cardboard, and Indian fleatra'.s in four colours. murmurs Bnattlvi i" itai tai 4 these bearings. I I g> small that if drop]>eii. it could not be found again Here, it seems to me. is a chance for some unscrupulous caterer to boosi them as invisible eavlare. How gross, how coarse see.n th,. old visible ball I" i roller-skates. tu ivmlvzmi* ilff (inmnirux I N an bidignan .lay Mrs. Wretch referred to Ihe Bun House in SII.H as -the thin end of the Continental wedge" She daplerad Uv sunshades. .... In the Plaea Blanche, iT would IKis toare no other waj tln| volatile fot Couldn't we. int ntarested | %  i %  \n t.'ti-phunl t'orftrtu I ..id that wi rv. MM Rajah ni DiwndhurUpora ed to ins favourlta elephant th* other day, the beast IIUIHHI it.% back and walk.il ..way. Tin iliphaut was flown U) New Vm where a psychiatri-t eX.unmtd ii and reported that it wassuffeiing from lo~s of mem.us iHen.-hei"lur VeWS Aoen.'|i. g*parejuet floor ;nn she lives i rally, keeps one Breton man%  and no tar Bowen'l Court with my she says. The r.rnlrv < nil' t>ig, bare bouse l an ancestor is %  n. I liar to her readers: s'af* wrote book about it. She is the first .(in.in to have inherited the j %  %  our months of the year there :: %  tarei It ( I try to be a good! landlord. "> 1 %  gantry,'' she calls her D that book, and herself when young she desci lot I who d-^d onl) denigkter *•• %  i*l. JBhe explainci to me. with a hopeful look, that I ... but that i I would grow up to nice i ham ter The propheey sccim . not pretty, live good Ii % % %  .' %  *& with her wide, serene face, ir snuothed to a low. knot •md curiously ; i pale blue eyes. ... sch.io) in Kent, regrets k I university degree, ci don't suppose i couk) have passed the exams"). thought of being an illustudled briefly at : | inn' but found 1 was no draught?woman"), had amborked % %  I : louinalism at Windon iew it up ., %  %  h ; | two books Of sh.rt hers was one of the rare nuarlfcgas ih^.i cneoura tend of cutting it • She was not one ol i jient the war in neutral Eire. the il'j:enfs Park uouse. from 1940 was a raid warden in M.iiylelsjne. Out of that drab experience she %  Meal f the l>;>s No Cook At home, Miss Bowen is no ll enjoys polishing her ruraiture; takes %  tilt • women : I their time "doing the bnwai i "I would like to spend a morning doing thai and at Bowei Court i often do".) She relaxes by doing elaboratef 1 —a hignlon of pasting up scraps. Anv unii'e now she will buy a :et o| pastels following the trenn lewaPds amateur art. ("1 have U bum my writing, and I feel 1 ";>y") But hei dominating hobby i iinctiiig people. No ivory tower for Miss Bowen, who enjoys nothing bettci than hearing others talk. Which perhaps explains why a hen ihe) .rid her k> -i w, ''k fur the man .ii uia street on that matter "I Ufa and % % %  COf'VWBJOKT nraaBVED —I..E.S. i m Thr H*w,. 1 IS p P m CalliM lh* W-.l -t***lns. ^ p m ol. is p m Interlude UnEdiuulah. OS p m I Capp'tatal. S M p 11. ; • ** p m Slalemenl ol Aiti-inx. p m The New*. It 11 p m Inter19 IS p m Cruy People. 10 4.' Mid.Week Talk IHOSSWO HII Tie T S f PT L II QUIZ TOXITE 8.30 QUIZ PRESENTED BY BARBADOS AGENCIES LTD. GLOBE THEATRE WITH "CAPTAIN" CHINA" JOHN PAYNE JACK POT NOW see to N.B.—-CAPTAIN CHINA" wUI be shewn 5 P.M. TO-DAY TO-MORROW 5 8.15 "CAPTAIN CHINA And "SORROWFt L JONES" (Bob Hope) „ it |rvn rSI 'in . 11 1<1 • dues at aorU. • S.I I 'as man i3l 15 rni. wt it ww. 'J' T ii AcroM i%  tnu to we MU 'S l. Am. (Tf (. Whal v..viiiinid ".iiaumwl T (•! O II may b> lint. i8> gaara l Oprr-jtiwn mat lands tne cominauding uttlcvi in a aoura nperoel * i~ J.I. I5> 4 Lit* bluod of the uaurer • ( a ISumtJ >jr>a nu*t beiore you M down. ISI i.jua II larga In writing. I,I.-IM< UealtU Allrarllea Bddy Arnold Th* Tenne**ee PU.wboy In FEUDIN' RHYTHM ft BANDIT OF SHERWOOD FOREST VII.'S in s, M W. I'l •i MSB II' |J:m'miui to Mrs. Sprstt. LK.WH. (Ol i 'nun mlJi-il oulid %  i* HI HI Itupert and Simon—39 /mi-ilit,K\[iort> M ERE alaa-M m 'he critic said hwi he sum red Ml %  i'-. teo-ton Dancing Fairy. .s not evjryMilng." Those who are moved to tears by smallneis .f any .on will probably rob the almost invisible ball,>rt.ng. "Six million can be held in a teaand the larger k*nds of bacilli are raging with jealousy. w %  ins i %  i pi IN tjpphrd monads the h.i> .,t. ~ ui rswai : f would % % %  d M .1 e.rly in. AQUATIC < B.I IS IIMHA (Mwnbm Only) ro-oAi i swaaois s r THE RED DRAGON" & •JIGGS & MAGGIE IN COURT" 1,1 IV. I.KI1MIKT(I\ I'M..**,. I Dial mo ZOMBIES ON,„BR0ADWAY RETURN 0F"TH£ BADMEN WESTWARD BOUND ft RETURN OF THE APEMAN l*I,.m/..\ in.I 8104 FORT APACHE" ARIZONA RANGER . All I'V MR '. XIHI \ — ST. JAMFI n?usi I %  ..%  l-lda. | itri.i .. p ,„ II un sa. Ihe ARHOH GatSf hi teehalraler tail 1 tVI,-lt M—Vlritflta MAIO Good Qualify Diaiiiond Cut Crystal Glass-Wore 41114 K II* \4I\V i li ilny S ftu o n is apui PORT uml SIIKKKY tll.ASSKS CLARET GLASSES CHAMPAQNI (il.ASSLs WIIISKKV (ll.ASSES WATER JUGS. HONEY JAKS. C.OBLETS PEACH MKI.BA I.I ANSIs •LB oath Sill .. S1.7G $1.23 .. Wo 03i Mippl\:— Cliimnois . Whta liMlaihi Bald 1. ili v-.. Lurks Bam Hanuaan Sorew Drivors Shovols WhiM-llinrrous T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4606 YOUR SHOE STORE DIAL 4220 %  I I'.ill g| our Hardwgn and Ironmongery DeparlRt nMmberl Hiere is n paikim; problem when p with us. THE HAKHAIIOS 4 4-OIl It A I IVI TOTTOX I AMOIIi LTD. Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039 %  %  .-,, %  > d SO, Be. I p r '%  0 % %  J RMltUci ii t v uv Ve-r: T. e-t i. i %  EMPIRE To-day and To-morrow 4.30 and 8.30 SPECIAL-UNIVERSAL DOUBLE HIM.I IS IKISal All \l Wild All The Smp.n Your Htai: Can Stand Starring Dick Powell — Maria Toren and Vincent Price AND •• J A S Starring Basil Sydney and Damont ^'alsh tit' II IS*' aa? aaw Ylll I'llist' AiorKpSuo Ik Wollman „.h ION CHANEY Dracula ,iim -, Bill LUGOSI IM Monster ..,..., r.lCNH IIUBK IMO'. UtiH 111. RlH.t f SIAIITING FRIDAY BAIIMIII: B PBC1 A1 SHOW on SiVHRIMY MORNING 41 9.3(1 O L Y MPIC a TO-DAY and TO-MORROW Ut & 8.15 20th Century Fox Double MICKEY ROONEY — JUDY GARLAND in •ll\lll> OS %  H04D4V" AND lltllk MIIISIII Starring Mark Slovens — Lucille Ball — Cliflnn Webb K II i A L i:\ft.osiii: THHH.LS! THl win-;HOI s urio.xll PLAZA immr.ETOWN SI'H |\|. s VI I ROW 2Rth 930 & 1.3S P.M. Sidney TOLER as I ("HAN in THE TRAP With Mitntun MORELAND and The Ever Populnr JIMMY WAKELY in SONG OF THE RANGE -OISTIN PLAZA SPFOAL SAT. -JSIh. tUll m RETURN OF THE APEMAN HELA LUGOSI — John CARRADINE & WESTWARD BOUND A ilh KEN MAYNARD — Hoot GIBSON HOH STEEL BREATH-TAKING THRILLS 11 ROUSING EXCITEMENT!! TO-DAY and TO-MORROW ,.J0 g.l| 201h Century Fox Double ESTHER WILLIAMS-RED SKELTON-R1CARDO MONTALBAN -KEPT! "SE'S DAI I.Ill I H AND "I'XDYIXI. MONSTER M SUrrinj JA MES ELIJSON — HEATHER ANGEL — JOHN HOWARD "" sfECIAI. I SPIX'IAL SATL'RDAV Jl 9.30 Republic Smashing Double ROD CAMERON — WALTER URENNAN in . "HIII>IMOM AND "BLACKMAIL" Starring—WIIXIAM MARSHALL — ADE1-E MARA OPENING GLOBE FRIDAY ERROL FLYNN and DEAN STOCKWELL RUDYARD KIPLING'S KIM PLUS CARIBBEAN TALENT CONTEST ST. VINCENT vs. BARBADOS* Pit 30c. — House 48c. — Balcony 72c. — Box 84c. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY GLOBE THEATRE


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ESTABLISHED 1395
PRH E FI\ I
Cease-fire Talks Still
Deadlocked Over The
Withdrawal Of Troops
UNITED NATIONS ADVANCE CAMP
BELOW KAESONG, KOREA. July 24.
\LLIED OPTIMISM over the chances for a
ceasefire increased tonight despite new Com
munist propaganda for the withdrawal of United
Nations forces from Korea. U N quarters still
looked for Communists to back down on the demand
at the resumption of ceasefire negotiations in Kae
song scheduled for 11 a.m. tomorrow. The 96 houi
Communist requested recess in negotiations expires
then.
U N representatives had hoped the Reds would
send word that they were ready to resume before
that hour, but there was no word from Communists
up to a late hour
itlons came u> u lem-
ix>rarv halt Saturday In Ihe dead-
i,k ovei the Red darnand for the
withdrawal of U N force* as i
condition of Armistice.
Chu-f U n ropreiaentattvo Vice-
Admiral C. Turner Joy mode It
i Uiir thai would not
i.:iK under any el rcu instances to
put the withdrawal question on
the Armlittcc agenda.
He said the question wan a poli-
.,1 mm Ul be taken up at a peace
:hc Armistice had
taken effect I' was al this point
that Communists Bflkad and were
granted a four-day recess to con-
sider the Allied position.
Breakdown
l! they stand firm DO their wilh-
< maud, truce talks almost
icrtainlv will be broken off
Some Allied circles believed that
Communist negotiators after con-
sulting U* Ill Pyong-
\ .ing. Peking, and possibly Mos-
cow will introduce some sort of
iaceenving compromise proposal'
I l"
Kariy feeling thai the Com-
tminM requested postponement
was a rUM 'o cover offensive pre-
paration*; was almost none. Host
source* felt that if the Reds were
planning some treachery, aome-
thlns would have happened before
Ground lighting along the
13!S.inile front continued on only
;i minor scale.
U.N. units drove Communists
from high ground southwest of
-utrel Irwii
i.nd repulsed the Bed attack imith-
an of Oi
Radio Pyongyang broadcast the
Utesl Communist demand for the
withdrawal of '*n troopa from
Korea during one of the regular
programmes ..n Tuesday morning.
n. Koraan people firmly dc-
i withdrawal of all for-
mOpS."
II i barged that the South Korean
forces started the Korean War by
Invading North Korea nt the in-
eltcment of the US.
It said. -Today, when the US
Govanunant is in the position or
bavin* to carry on the ceasefire
UlhS, the representatives of Hidg-
way and the U.S. military men are
attempting to have us certify that
the US must for an unlimited
period keep troop* in Kara* Pna
[) N and undoubtedly the U.S.
iRlDCriaUste, are trying to expand
their munition- production and t.i
;. inonopoUstle proflta.
U.N. circles regarded the broad-
i-ast more as propaganda than an
authoritative indication that the
Communist'. Inland i" stand firm
on their demand for an immediate
U.N. troops. It
said, however, that the Ppmioiiiip-
[nlftcantly did not [ redid
ihe failure of the Kaesong meel-
toa>O*._______________
tCeds Have
9,000,000 Men
Undei4 Arms
PARIS, July 24
The SetreUir) of Stale. Deal
Acheson, said on Tuesday night
ihat the Communists have 9,000,-
000 men under arms, backed by
20.000 m.-tline Soviet planes. He
warned "wc are in great danger,
greater perhaps than many Amer-
icans now appreciate Acheron's
;rim analysis of the Communist
military might was Included in a
major foreign policy speech at the
ceremonies marking: the 250th
anniversary of ihe founding of
Detroitheart of Ihe US ex-
panding mobilization drive.
Ann son said that the defence
programme must be stepped up to
bolster the U.S and its Allies
BgalDJt the threat to world peace
posed by the massed Communist
EorcSJ Acheson did not go into
detail about the possible Inere;
In the U.S. armed forces, but said
that even to meet the present
"minimum goals" will requ
'greater effort from us and Allies."
He save this official estimate of
ehe present Communist prUUan
power"The Communist armed
forces at present total some
y.000.000 men The Soviet Union
has more than 4,000,000 men under
M1M Th Chin*** Communist
forces exceed 3500.000 men
European satellite regimes have
nearlv 1.000.000 men. The Soviet
Union has more than 200 divisions
fullv mobilized In addition, the
Soviet Unjnn has a trained reserve
f massive proportions The Sov-
iet Air Force Is the worlds larg-
est In peacetime, with more' than
20,000 Brat Una aircraft, a large
proportion of which are jets of ex-
cellent quality."
He said that faced with sueh an
arrav of Communist armed force
"it would be as dongorous to re-
lax our effort as it is to fall asleep
In a bll/ford." U.F.
De Gaaperi
Forms Cabinet
ROME. July 24.
Premier Designate Alclde I>e
Onsoeri rnlled on President Ling.
Euiaudi to present the Cabinet list
for his new two party Government
to Italy.
Dp Gaspeii drove to the
President's summer vlll
Caprarolo about 30 miles north of
Rome to report he had bean sue
cessful m putting togethr
Cabinet to replace the out
resigned Julv 16- l
Reds Move
150,000 Men
To Kama
RPORTS SAY
TAII'EII. Jub 24,
Nationalist litiatllganca officers
lent support to private reports that
.'hlnesc lli.l: have I cell iiu>\ ill.
mother live armies aggregating
150,000 men from northwestern
China to Korea
These osBoan who rcfus.,! to be
named, described the China Union
press report that Chinese Keels
irg slipping up troop movements
to Koreu as "very likely." Tin
China Union press which special-
>zas in China m.inland nsnvi
erage, said one of live armies pan
of Yao Chl's suicide army
group left north Shansi for Man-
churia during the middle of Julv
nid aSJ expected to art.v. i
North Korea early in Augus'
Intelligence officers refused to
say whether troops u
Indicated Chinese Reds were bent
on starting j new offensive before
Kacsong peace talks end I .P.
goal
Israel Goes To
Polls On July 30
TEL-A-VI V.July 24,
n than half of Israel's population will o to the
n|. oi July 3Q to elect their Knisset (Parliament) for the
;. UtO the establishment of the youne state.
Almost a score of the parties with more than 1.000
candidates ranging from extreme right to extreme left arc
lor Ihe 120 scats of the Kniaset, where the Prim.
, | Ban OuriotVa Labour Party has hitherto held the
load over all. _.
Btf Question
Tnt biK gusstion in ihe forth
The Hi-1 Knraatt, elected i.i
January l*We\ was dissolved ear-
tmr, when the coalition
IB due to
orthexlox opposition to the gov-
ernment's poMry on religious edu-

I/relln I at" predict
he labour party
of Ben Gurton will again enter
trorujoof; paity. but not
strong enough to he able to rule
,i coalition.
,1 number of l
I tied U) ^ake part in the po.l ex-
>00 out of a total popula-
tion of more than 1,410.000. Very
toga are expected u.

New immigrants will I
Old settlers. Many of Ul
have come laieiv (mm North Afi
or the Middle East countries
Tank* And Police
Patrol Teheran
TEHERAN. July 24.
Tank* rumbled through ihe
streets >i Teheran, and police and
soldiers with fixed bayonets cor-
doned off the Majlis when 0O<
Communist*, "partisans of peace,"
defied the government ben on
demonstrations. The "partisans
assembled outside the I'.rliamen;
building |ust after the Lower
Mouse went into morning session.
They demanded that they be
hown the secret graves of 15
"peace" sympathizers killed dur-
ing the rioting here on July 15.
Tlw dsunoostralton was orderly
-but 300 police and troops were
moved into the square to prevent
n> attempted aisturbances.
Tanks returned to the suburbs
after the demonstration Si*
army trucks with mounted inn-
chine guns, were posted eon-
spicuously and strategically
round the area.ITJ?.
71(18 CEREMONY took place in il
of Archimandrite Viuly Ustinov
U.N. Planes Blast
Rail Junction
Troopa Push On 3 Miles
Showdown In
Labour Camp
Shapes Up
BU'STA IS SILENT
KINGSTON, Ja., July 24.
Bustamante was silent to-day on
the question of Hiving lull minis-
terial power to five elected mem-
bers of the Executive Council of
wnith ne is one. II was annouiui-l
to-day thai Hie Governor is send-
Tig Mac Gillivray. tne Colonial
Secretary to Trinidad to study the
Constitution there, when- the Min-
isters have the real power of their
Portfolios with a view to adoptie.ii
in Jamaica where Ministers are
nni responsible
Bustamante previously an-
nowcad when the issue was put
ii that his Ministers were ready
to acegpt full ministerial power*
provided this deies not entail a
(lenenil Election before 1951.
Becent political event* in Iht
colony indicate a strong swing
towards the Peoples National lar-
ty whose outright socialistic policy
1* based on self government.
The Parly however wants a
General Flection if Ministers are
to be given increased power -
The "ADVOCATE"
payt for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night.
coming elections is how this greal
flood of new immigrants will
vote in their first polls. Mest of
them have little or no conceptioi
of modern political syftems. Th<
national election is botng fough
on dome-stic iues rather than on
the auaatton of East versus West
orientation*.
Co-oper-ilion with the West is
for the great majority of Israelis
no longer a question of democratic
anjt sj life but one of bread and
butter The reason is apart from
i aspoetaeconomic
Much of Israel's initial etonomi
development Is attributed to the.
loan of tbe Export-Imports Bank
of S100.oo.ooo grinted two years
ago and t<> the more recent agri-
improvement loan of
fas.wonoo.
F i .n.< i.il aid from United States
Jews has also contribute largely
to soften Israel's economic plight
and its importance remains un-
.ii Uie light of preseht
j grow mg requirements,
j Recent leglilition has moreover
] tried to encourage United States
| and ether foreign Investment by
'sitending the number of fsi-illtle"
I'.F.
Britain And U.S.
I )i-ru. >|ain
IXtSDON. July 24
Minuter eif Stale, Kenneth
Youiii'i told the Commons last
night Uut ilrit.iii and the United
States had exchanged vltWi on
the question of Spam's tontribu-
lion to the Atlantic Pad
i the United Slates Gov-
ernment instructed their Am-
bassador Stanton On His to explore
the quertior. with Spanish author-
ities
I .P.
Kl(.;HTH AKMY H.Q., Korea. July 24,
Allied putrols pUbhaaLamire than Lhroe miles Into Com-
nmnist territory on tho bihk* front teatn
will to fitfhl on the eve oi l-eaumt'd ceaatliie t.i!k^ m K
The deep--st paMtratHM "f U N
'" *'i vv-s made north of the
i i ib eaati
rrorst when a patrol tlnuot tor-
vard three and a half n ..
OUt making any contact. Two
I iti 4l iraOTod out more than two
snllea noilhcast of Kumswa. the
south eastern corner <>f the old
iron trinngle" also without mak-
inK ettectivc eOQUlCl Wlttl UtC
Communlai front line. Ttu Red
aem cut patrol* it .,,., tctoi
iimi 'here was a brisk five-minute
tight before one wai ihi
on the West.rn front.
Four wnvi' of 1121* Bttporfor-
tresses biaitad Ua ki
Korean railway )UBCtJOB "i S.h.
vmn with more than 70 tons of
bombs.
Alrforccs Imik ova* the brunt i>i
ihe Allied ottcmlvr effoi
f^niUSHinUlm ntueind nnhlli.B
pnlinued on only a minor scale
a. a Bishop
I dm ins the
Jou ill I o III-Mi I
Iran IMission
LONDON, July 24
rha uiitish CabiasM aa
JOWltl to head UM preiposed mis-
hion to Iran to discuss with Pre-
mier Mohammad Mossade<|. the
hi Irani......i dtaputs
AuthoriUllve sources said (hat
lOWtH who us I-ord ChuMflloi is
.1 ex|tcrt would ,n p irl
i v i, m 'i'ii hopa Ml
. ;m-mriu
i NHMrltd
I in'.
Slates Roving Amba Kh Av.-i -
ell ll.ni" II'
RED DEMAND IS
NOT A PROBLEM
Says General Marshall
WASHINGTON, July 24.
JjEORETARY OF DaFEBflUi, Oeorye U. Mar
shall told a press conference on Tuesday that
the basic conditions to an armistice agreami-r, in
Korea include a military line which will be defenai
ble in the event of renewal of hostilities.
The text of Marshall's prepared statement on
Korea: "I wish to make brief comment concern
ing truce negotiations in Korea. What General
Ridgway is trying to accomplish there is the
negotiation of a suitable military armistice.
nrnoliuli
Britain Auails
Thr Invitation
I runt Iran
The
LONDON, July i!4
.howdown Ugh; between
I'm- Minister Attfee''s 1-abour
Government and the dissident
fprcOf of Ancurin Uevan shaped
up today as the Party's local
echelons voiced open cor., en BVj
At'.b >*\ i.iiin iv-
Maiked hostility bv the rank
and hie of the Labour members to
the rising costs or living and con*
n at the sue of Britain, re-
armament programme InghliKh
the publicauun of Ihi preUml
publ
"Uit.-
resolutlono >ubfniited for ;hV-
rulinn of the partvS annual covi-
ferencc at Scarbe>rough in October
I B
olutlona in <,rated that
man) Of the Portv's local iimi ttt I
thai Atllee'K Kovernment toUoWl
Washington': tonrian pnlle) hue
ie.o closely.
Several preipc*U support the
stand of AasffUrut lievan, Ihe form-
er Labour Minister, wb-
wrest control of Party poh.\ frorri
..i .'n i Hi >. ..ii . ihf-i
other rebel, on the Part/a 2C
i bat aaacutlva claitrn that
the size of ihe rearmament pro-
gramme threatens domestic Social-
ist R;;i|s. Bru/il Army Chief
Visits \\ a-liinnluir
24.
f tin
wav<
NKW VOIIK. Jul
BM Of SUIT e
Brazilian Armed Forces.
Auielu, Cosv Mertib-iio wil
I n HTai' Ingti i' toda) f i .. asrioi
of official calls before i-oiiferrin
ith U N officials on Brsu
of troopa to tbe Itstar-
Anll-AgJCretsion Anns
In Washington, Uuea Uontein
ilanned t.. ,,iii ,,:. the |
f Btata, Ai iii-son. Dafaoca Baci
'..i >< oi 1,1 M-.i-Jijll .,i.it Chn I
of Stan* General Omar Bradley. ...
..oil aa marnbara of the Inter-
Uefenec Hoard.
Ma ild ' ' (mm Kio, aboard the Uruguay
'hat in additieMs to Uie UN.
mission, he would confer with
officials m Ifaahliigton on th.-
xecuUon of inilltury < o-o|>-'r,itioii
nd raaolptiarui doptad .it tbf
fourth meeting of the American
Foreign Ministers.
Ci'- M'Hitciro. bow*
-nit have any definite- plans 101 the
Washington visit. Ms wild that he
1 ould 'inaui as lorut as necessary.
ii W.oihingU>'
he win cooler wiUi Dm Qhalrtnan
of the U.N Collective Meatuies
Ojmnultev. who. by a ciuncidenre.
is Brazil's representative to the
IN Ambassador Jo Carlos
Muni/ He arao expected to confer
with the rstcrataey Oesiaral ami
top military advlaar, Ceaonal
Alfred Georite K-tnn.-L'.P.
Sunerforts aime.) their cargoes
f )00 and 100-pound Imnibs a>
wo adjacent railway marshalling
-ards at BariWQfl, which ||gi :ii-
batwaai i' nun/ang,
[forth Korean Capital and the
eaieflrc conference city ol Kae-
wng,
Bomban ran into boom MtU<
n but .ill r.-tiuned sfc-
ls it is at Bvran n thai the mala
"ommunint suppi> rauta ill m
rn Korea divides, one Una run-
ning dlreetlv south toward Kie-
Jong, ami the other east toward
the baitle /one I'.P.
Search For Missing
Plane Intensified
ALASKA July 24.
The search for Ihe K.
aft DC 4. mlraing ovai ina rtifned
...;.-' . itli .'(K
iboard, u u Intensified with .he
iddmon i.i 14 more planes.
Officers ol Um I0U
M.uadrmi .n Urmndotf .urfonc
i tb.it thav planned I i
.ke- ewo advantgag oi the eleai -
ng skies for the nut day line* Ihe
Can idian 1'acillc Aiilnm i .
isheo on Saturday. Additional
planes will supplement the squad-
ron of 21 which has rrlra oroaead
he 31.000 auuaie m'les area wllh-
.iil nnding any Iran- .,f the miss-
ing craft.
Until to-day, log. .lauds anu
aln have Mrnpi ed i
Um nay/1
c.ippeet p.Mks along the
coast. Aboard the nil*- .
i, three
vilian BOvernmern employees.
so Canudi.n |..,-. .
vi 'i erewwran. t'.iv
rh
i*nt i rely
HfgoU.itloi
I......
nailers
UleAeldi
different probli m frorn
of political aetta
wntial that the two
r;t eutnely sepa
dbuoi: if ii i> rceptahle
obtained
ion of political quea-
H M i M fi llov I
i,.,,l
The rtatswnenl eaeagnued "if
I | imed and get to
nee of the
muet be
upon th* mllltarv Una
whtth aill be defei riba
vein Of Bl f hostlli-
r,,-
There n t I i paernentt
>! tO niiifuice 11ik>[i IHMI 111
i'hi re must bi
11 idi quale lupi >\ isaon and ac-
i
n' iMiih redea t" insure laainal anj

and as continuing i
f.uth there j


.....ugKi at I the agn
o tham must pro

I the Korea
i v
LONDON, July U
.
from Ii .i i .1 I'm inn i \1.. ..jJ. ., '.,
resume discussions on the Angio-
,i.iiii.m i>ii dHpute bu
made It clear Kiev MhOUld I
.late if thi
ml ntin law oiu made
BjdfUon
Tin- Foreitn 0(Rce n-eeived
report from the ItiiiiBti AmlMMa-
(oi in TBrtcran, Bh Prastaai Shep-
i OB I ineiiior.iniliiiti syhlch
Handed last night to
Averell Hai i la an r^eatdefti
. nvo]
mment I
illdn
I) i.,.i the Hi Utah Gov-
been abli
o form an opinion on their ac-
\ p.
PETYIN WILL HK
BURIED TO DAI
AT HE D'YtU
II.I Ii VKI1 Kiaiii.v July 24. I
Tho iMKly of Henn PhUllupe!
I'.tain who lived a hero aiul died
disgraced exile lay tn a smad
liliiek casket dressed In the uniform
f thu Mardhal of Kt..n.- IVtain
/III be hut led lOeBjMTOa on ihU
i MlanUi laland that um
form wiUi the Me-etiUlle Mlllliinc
Franct-'a tata>M. mil
Students Confer
With B.C. Chiefs
n.m ei -- rAsjBfes>se*ai
LOMDi 'N It
A West Indian Btudenti Unioi
delegaUan led by Prt
Dudley TBornoei t
iniuii Counell buUuh
three houi to d i* about ihe in
ii.i
i i
his bnH t bui hi family an-j
friemiN ire coov bred that on<
day he will lie borjrde men who
led the Freneli to victory .it
Verdun,
During World w.tr i. end oven
brfine his death reetarda) it 11
grlrn foetrt i tt> >< he wa
sent by the High Court in IS4S for
ll.ilioiiition with the Na/is his
,t datawnded ihaf he bt
' Doiiiiinont whir, |
e/ho fail during
the hlatorfc ri*M i dow lie
U.P.
U.8. PLAM& IMWIM
M.\\t;HLRL\KII>* >w
TOKYO, July 24.
Peking Radio early on A'<
day Kald elitht Unm.....
planes invaded Ifanehui
lory on July 21, out of which arvg
snare shot ,:, n-. Ri
air forces.I'.P.
itriiiiin To Buy
95.000a0p0 Ituslhls
Of CuiiuduWIii'at
OTTAWA. July 24
Ti .ide Minmti i < \> l\v,v ,m-
/iouimki thai mi United Kmgiion
would buy ii:..(MMiOiNi biiahe] ol
cm.nil.m B/hael Ira the i -
.i .ii niiiit ii Auku 1 I. under
the Internauoi
Bi i alao win buy SSO.OOOioiu
.,f floui. the eouivali nt ol g.OuO.000
I .vheat.
It r smd mat Britain has shown
| | in buying '!''>...... b ne
more than the stipulated Dft.000,-
ih* buahels, if it la avail
:.ide the internatiiMial wheat
' A meeting will be
held on Beptarnbei ati to discuss
(he sale of aelditional wheat
Howe said that the 00.000,000
bushel* sold under the I W A
a/ould be al the price or $i 80
I VA, Of l.Bg Cana-
six cent per biWhel
earryini charge,
r.F
sntlng ii the Dire- toi o\
raeassalal --^m wmsw im*>ii
Ing action againai nv
.* mong Han Cn ani iti iki i '-i
H. Ombury, Welfare Adn
told the
dalogatlon in- >
Keith's letii-i
The wist dilasjallnn in
: iii'iiiiiit polntad out u
. Kan '< -ii
iluatioii from "the ueneral inisat-
isfaclory rrangemeiitj lo, eccorn*
i nodal ion fi i
il. nth have tncl
ire trying, and are etui edlllna i>
11 and i acgkirale a llti Ha Cot
ial Office provided the Islter treat
them as human hcinxx and not
chattels.''
Burma Rejects
JajF PeaceFacI
BANOOON, July 24.
it was leai iday, that
, mini nun the United
IUum < tovernrnent, that
n>! approve the draft of the Peace
rreaty wltl Bfl enables
i \ .,n to evade apai aUona hlch
tuim.i feeai fully ii Ufied lo

Hurni.i 'it
i til nni ,(..
tm

Munli
rggssei n rnttrfsu I eui
:
i ;...ooo.oon rupeee
ind i .inMil Him e deal
. iUon i' i fori 'ii laboui on Ihe
i.....i.....i "i Mil mar I
It was poll ' Burma
hoe no vim i
i | tiaa supported lapen
n lo certain org
in the United Nat......ind rcestob-
liehed tiade.
iii Bum e doe 11 I
.
ItMrM 'leedv At no timr ha*
Burma received any ubstannal
nntribution Iron iny OVRO for
i t .k
Burma conatders ufUtasttned, tha
Japan IS unabla to pa>
a rvporl "n lo-dgj i ..i fereni
v.dl he submitted lo the Inioii i.paratio^ witboul imuring hei
WIST hag to-day petitioned !.,* eonoms |. ca he will noi
,1 s- u :. ihs I i ny treal
iti Jamen (inffiih* toi an inter-
' II'
TOO MUCH SUGAR
NEW YORK, Jul> 24
.'. trawl in.i cun
mndir. COsUntnlgf exprexsea doubt
United '>' oneun
..-in in ble to take the h.zm.owj
ggBJr allotlsd ibem tho
. lunetri
H i ou sd Ul that Ihe kuga
id of what It wa*
BO end only half the rale
of two year1 aK"I'.P.
Death Of B'dos Seaman:
Policeman Fined 10
CAP!
A ClM T'.'tn polk I i: In In.
an uhuI on ''''"" K'""' *'"c"
III ('. ;.i Pi '. I Bl IV Iti
B9dos Oil Rights: Broken Promise
loci to Km ['I dagtil while I
March.
King wa. j raamao in Ihe Bnt-
i carao Ship hlrstrtlM Hi
lived in an In
,i iroft :i Ii ''' h ,,i' P
K
i. utd havi
til ) whir r....., .1 ., haemorrhage
h ng to hi aV I
Anotm | i named
i with \ w f
il ttmg of ti- incident and he
' i
iv. wi v.i.. ea f**n*'
Vlsser was heaid by M' J T
Camia In Ihi [p. Town stalsV
court was that the two i
K -ii clous
P police station ind reported th.it
( JjfggfTti LiBf
IXJNDON. July 19.
Complaint* of a 'broken would be itraincel to the ci*mpany
promise" bv Uu Covi-rrunent of over the whole .,f the Isjand
BarbaduH over oil proapeeting
t.ghts in the island have come from
two sources in Londonone from
Lord Teviot. a Director of the
British L'nlon Oil Co, in a letter
to the London Times, md one from
Members of 1'arh
l i
,., !.
the time that a prospecting licence' terms of the Petroleum Act << Interests of ah Kranf
ipensatioti is pay.ibli- fOl lo the British Udi'
of Its Hghts. tbe poiantial Oil O ft was then that |
Lord Teviot. in his letter, out-
lined the situation briefly,
pou.tins; out that before the pois-
ing of the Barbados Petroleum
Act in January. 1960. the Bi iw-
TJnion Oil Co.. held leases over T
per cent of the drlllable
tne Island
When UM Petroleum Bill was
passed, the Barbados OovarJarnafM
promise to tlie Britfso
t'ruon oil (o and offered U I
Uearaoa over 5!\ per cent of tli
of which i i'liini.i-Duiiean declared Hie) ti"
considerable.'' Ideefale luted > "breaking
The day .i'trr tin-: letter ilar/1 on aae pnrl / ti
published In London, Col Ooanme- Bnrtsados Oovernrrasnt .md the
Dnnean, Cejnservative M.p. for Colonial Offii-e.
hit K
street whi.-h mused t\
Cai
irapl
i.-.im ni th ii vusset
when he i" a <
land on such "terms "that the I erth. raided the name matter in I 'It \- not rase of ., brokn
>rapariy had no alternative but the House of ('"minors, asking'promise." replied Mr r.ntnth
refu e The American Gulf Oil Mr. James Qriittthl ffcll S hi
uvnpany accepted the term ,. Secretary, about tbe * DOOM leg ippotnti I
hich have since proved v< un- attrtudr to the report fc-diinitted by I -old It Is fo
orkabie thai they have been Mr. Lepper, the Colonial Oflle-e them to decide whethl
-.ded" '""part, who reeornmended ". ",'
Col Qon ma-D
Lord Tevtot pouited out Uut Uut, granted to the British Uni'm notlee Mi:it m V*
of .companv,had been established In Oil Co. U fgfli
Ili.rlssdo* for mm than 30 yeai* Ihe ,
When nritionalisotion of oil, ..nd had contributed mate- ii No Monei|Mil\ the
rights ws suggested," he saldf'the welfare of tba island's people Mr. Griffiths dec! a reel that his "loan' Ihat Col. OerruTlg'Dunca
'the British Union Oil Co, agrees He added "The result of the predeceeaor, Mr. sill Initiate a half-h' .
render its leases on Uie Barbados Government's actions h;>' hag agre-e^l with the report, Ihe House of Commons
to_______________----------- ----------------------------......------------------....... -
understanding given by the been to deprive the rompany of that Uie Barbad' Government ha I subtect
Governor and his high officials at its drilling rights and under the decided that it was not in the best
-Bl P
i do ii,.i kn
.
;.ie this irton. j1 > '
,i
till have allay
blow and ltl\i
tentinn It
., .
Have th..' C
Uo struck the blow but the

i f one or the nthe<- constable
Your conduct ik entirely 'e*ai <

a* moM reprehensible I sm
'
*.il l^ bruuKht to task and be
rportmem
rour action."
MA YER ASKS
FOR SUPPORT,
PARff
go.ng j ii- '
National A
the way '
new mlddtl i
[oUowlng last month'-


vote hi'
necessary 314 voti
that hU | |UI ,,',v

produi-tiun. to !<'
slltlltioii .1
to dejfea I the i
Mayei m m outlined ' I
take to raise are *
an Cath-
.... ind
od i,, .i.....'i urgent *tu-
tione" whl I I

n,i rranc i
recognised by our Atlanll
thai the '
I I
t p____
To-day'a
Wenther Chnrt
suntil.- Ml adsV
luoeet f 't pm.
Moon I i-l tjuarter
I.lrhllni I'p : 7.U i> m
High Thlr ')l .. as.. '
Lew TfdWi ! a.m.,


rAOETWO
Cahib Qa^ru}
BARBADOS \n\i>< \li
ni i. .1 siiw a i v :;. is;,.
HFrT REV AI.AN
. HT. Archbishop of the
West Incite* and Bishop of B
Guinna who came to Barbados a
ecration and
inlhrnnemaiil <>f Bishop Mai.de-
villc b dU4 ' rcnirn to BG Ihi*
ff| A
'
ol B 0 sad ttn. noid.i
Mr Holder wm also here for tfc*
eoiwcration. H is Chancellor ol
..ltd Registrar of the
I wd
nit i tains Festival
Visitor*
O. Waal Indians-
pi if pra
(North Lon-
H III on Fri...y last
Indian stu-
. and
in buoow <> West la-
th i uval of
In ttie charmingly informal at-
West lndlftn . i
listed and dnni-ed with thru
fellow count! nun and amain ta
England.
Among those present were the
Mum and Mrs n w Tmn. Hen
and Mr?. W Courtenay. Hon.
J A Smith. Hon E H l...t
H. -i K I. Brndahaw, Hon. L. L.
Simmon*, Hon. T. T Thompson
Hon. W O Kendall. Mr. A A
Mi C. A Robinson.
Mr F K W CaSC, Mr Evo:.
BUka, Hr, W M Humphrev.
Mr. Ronald Craw f.nil. Mi Ronald
1: Q E WiUc*-k. Mr
and Mr* Willy Richardson. Mr.
A Chai Ml *nd Mrs. John
Oliver and Mr. A. E V Marlon
Music for dancing was provldad
by Reb Prescoit (Grenada) an*'
hi* bnnd.
Back To St. Lucia
MM As'I.i.K da BOTJLAY, her
daughter Marguerite and
Mrs. Leo Bergassc who had beei.
holidaying in Barbados since July
irnadj to St. Lucia yesterday
b) It W I a Ml du BouIbv who
accompanied them over for the
holiday returned over the week-
* iV BITTY CRAXIl
Hound Ihe world on I 10
Girl Globe-trotter
BROWN-F.YE1* mil t
ll
tcf pee t!>e arorld on CSM is Ml**
i maaaeuaa
luat atttUuj oil Croat
London fo: i tour ol U
weei of England on cycle bongo,!
for C7 in Paris. Next she plan.-
to hitch-hike Ihl ->,
Porlui&il and Mi
Mm Craigie. who is H
slim, know* how to tfSV"
wj\ on .i little mom
S?firt,-
expeit in mvei on .iooui i. .i r..,b.......i.L-.^/<.iui.ina
week," she sys.
Use Barbados Molasses
VISITORS to the government*
fishing lodge in New Bruns-
Kaatigoucb* Miv.
Ichlng sal-
a|f the famou<
Trail Blazer Pancake-
ou' by Da\
i Tuna's
i edition gives the recipe
Inch fi>i

been making- "by tea. "
i ike four mlxing-npoonsful of
Itarbadoa molasses; two h*n'..
a*MB loons eg*.
v milk, or one pint >
: snow and one pint ol
j igattMH
Then the dry mix Flour two
!, one part whoii Orhe t
Add baking powder, tv
Add salt to tasteif tlM
party hod a drink the night be-
fore, add little bit mote salt.
Pul it through tin
until the batter 1*
month.
-
rind or some s ill
pork >kn.
uia iu-.'i.
ornnge glow so essential to the
seductive puneake.
With build and real
rock-maple syrup and |m
slivers of baron thrown in on UM
.
Try making some trail blazer'-.
Note ihe It .rUnIo* molasset and
i , i pun
D snow.
Polytechnic Oiploma
IN Ihe histnrie '.urmundings ol
the Btatloners and N<
Job 13
Novello Hamilton Richards o* the
i | .i nudanl 'i
iiism was
presented with hi.; Diploma b>
Cotonal The Honou*abla J. -1
ili-raan WoiBJ >> Hit- H,. k
/ / t\Jbeth Bv wen
COMES LACK TO STUDY
A Matter of Life
And Death
Bv t.VM.i V II.I1 -
end.
Visiting Parents
MRS. I'l.TKH HAY1.KY who has
Qt B P BdOS on a visit
ciii' Hon. and Mis 11. A.
n:e to return to |l ', thi..
r.% b w I A Her vMl
wilh her brother Henry*!
wadding. He was married o cou-
ii Alison Worms.
Here For A Month
MR .nd Mrs. Tirana.
imt rare children arrived
from Trinidad ovat UM
by B.w.i.A. i spend i
holiday in Barbados Staying with
Um Armstrong's In t
Mrs. McLeod Is the lOCYl
mstrong.
Other arrivals over the
were Mi. and Mrs.
i: ind oi arh
Batter) Hou* Bl Ls
Trinidad.
Three Air Hostesses
lOlden ol ( Inl : i it!i
Um god h :
(.r.io Coast, Singapore, Nigeria
British Guiana. Hong Kong and
Malaya also received Diploma
". ilh 12 British students.
The gathering iniluded Mi. Bfic
| ..man, Newspap'r
Mr. John Gordon, past
in uiuu "i Journalntti.
I
mambtrs Ol the Advisory Com-
mittee. Mr. R. T Rlvlngto
araak- ";'"' :A '''' >*
antpapcr Makers Compi
Optics
M'v,
AicTHUIt ST JOHN, son
Ognen
i throa
Airline
"Baiters", St. George and the late
Mr Bt John If ft on Sunday by
the Colamble for England. Arthur
his gone to study Optics and ex-
pects to be away for throe or fuui
WINNIE TURNER, ".
nd Velaria Blew
Chicago and
hostesses who i
day vlsH tu It.H I
B.W.I.A. returned In
yesterday afternoon by
Accompanying them wan. Mr. Haul o
Panttn of b.w.i.A's Commercial -
l). [.ailment in Port-Ot-Spaln
staying g| daacriDsd aotne of the tree
.:, the Company displayed in the
ineiudtng famous pi
. s model hargi. snd a*
which the first publication of
nf Shakes* :
i orded.
Incidental Intelligence
IF tnotorM stoppad foi -vai
:
anywhere. Bui if pedestrian
Trinidad didn't stop for every mot
B.W.I.A he'd folly SOOI here.
Ludoure Csreai
I..E.S.
Tin; AnvrxTim;^ or !.%
This of the
i apiul Pun-
labmaajs, nan Sir
aod theii

taps ihe auhU
the> mm -

fill tWO
.Mid i hall
i- due in December.
'i i are i


i',< wen novelist whoaa CB1 (three
..op was awat I -
iture*'


box with the Rojal ci| I
of the Oovernmant), which now
wl h otwetaj docuroonta
mi the death ptnal^^
ondarlni why she
t>aa pick.- r tl She
00 Dorothy Savers, no Agatha

murder tri.il
md Intro-
kind of words

novels and loi leg, into
which such debates us the rro*
nd cons ..( daaa I i hanging
ever intruded.
"1 ex; with a
smile, il.it I am fuat the man
I
\i Sum-Siim
i
tad from Mi'

Cameron ID rpujal
lUzvn.
the only woman mem-
ber of the '
recent thr
. .
irorkuup

There the
at the tune

she la a grant
nd a glutton l i
. .
01 the execu .,'' sht-
Ihi "-ht ol the alt i
i
the room w.i
oodci i i !' chali
ivhleh might have come from High
Ible."
Added ha range of
pactatora, tor In
Amerii: i ublic'M

man had to take his death before
. :
9.:io lo 6
Wlifii In i i.i in- ..i'l ......-
on ii death penalty,
kiln Bowen works oAVe hours
I she has
triad.
Husband Alan Canu ran (they
married In I0kt) WOT*
the gramophoni

His wit. n her first-
lioor sidd)
overlooklni Eh | it I
room, iik* ths house,
' light and air, with Wide
down t
.i:.(. Kadiu I'rirjiiwiiu'
IS a I" Pi
x.nd. a ao p m cnminnr <*
I b m A< thr Opera. o>
K ,ni. IS p in Jr aSkU-
p m PmramK* Parade.
> ni T<>da| i Sparl
RMS SUB IS SIM SIM M
BY THE WAY ... By Beaekcomber
IhREAM of Ihe day when a
ter, hanging his
hi. in shame, resigns because
has Bluded bis febrile
gi ii in ihe matter of prayei t .
annul orders relating to shredded
tgj .shells, dried ribtion, nsh-sift-
(i button! made of decontrolled
Bk milk, slanehioiis. gravel.
.iiramgrnss. boiler-cases
an i len fruit. Ilngerless glove-
binoculurs,
tlii cork. waterproof coverings
fo we.ilhervancs. lampwlck.
I chalk, haddock-mallets.
sh : bet. tubular thongs. row-
i birdlime. warehouse
towcl-rollerj, gratad tago, tilt*
i re* ldn| tv es' snouts.
idg, froth, beard glue,
ladders, tuning-forks,
polish. Sine trestles.
m rj-ball-. hsnVhlocks, shepherds'
soap-shaperr, galvanis-
ed rrooter-wheels
r- ta, tiK-tion-engine
bluebags, dl sdgai -
pen wiper-cases, storm-
falaa noses, ehlmney-atruts,
oiled cardboard, and Indian flea-
tra'.s in four colours.
murmurs
Bnattlvi i" itai..... tai 4
these bearings. I I g>
small that if drop]>eii. it could
not be found again Here, it
seems to me. is a chance for
some unscrupulous caterer to
boosi them as invisible eavlare.
How gross, how coarse see.n th,.
old visible ball I" i
roller-skates.
tu ivmlvzmi* ilff
(inmnirux
IN an bidignan
.lay Mrs. Wretch referred to
Ihe Bun House in SIi.h
as -the thin end of the Conti-
nental wedge" She daplerad Uv
sunshades.
....
In the Plaea Blanche, iT would Ik-
is toare no other waj
tln| volatile fot
Couldn't we. int
ntarested |
i
\n t.'ti-phunl t'orftrtu
I ..id that wi rv. Mm Rajah
ni DiwndhurUpora
ed to ins favourlta elephant th*
other day, the beast IiuihhI it.%
back and walk.il ..way. Tin
iliphaut was flown U) New Vm
where a psychiatri-t eX.unmtd
ii and reported that it wassuffei-
ing from lo~s of mem.us
iHen.-hei"- lur VeWS Aoen.'|i.
g*- parejuet floor
;nn she lives i
rally, keeps one Breton man-
and no tar
Bowen'l Court with my
, she says.
The r.rnlrv
< nil' t>ig, bare bouse
l
an ancestor is
n. I liar to her readers: s'af* wrote
book about it. She is the first
.(in.in to have inherited the j

our months of the year there
:: tarei
It ( I try to be a good!
landlord. ">
1
gantry,'' she calls her
D that book, and herself
when young she desci lot
I who d-^d
onl) denigkter * i*l.
JBhe explainci to me. with a
" hopeful look, that I
... but that
. i I would grow up to
nice i ham ter "
The propheey sccim
. not pretty,
live good
Ii.'*& with her wide, serene face,
ir snuothed to a low.
knot md curiously ; i
pale blue eyes.
- ...
sch.io) in Kent, regrets
k I university degree,
ci don't suppose i couk) have
passed the exams").
thought of being an illus-
tudled briefly at
: | inn'
but found 1 was no draught?-
woman"), had amborked " I
: louinalism at Windon
iew it up
., h ; |
. two books Of sh.rt
hers was one of the rare
nuarlfcgas ih^.i cneoura
tend of cutting it

She was not one ol i
jient the war in neutral Eire.
the il'j:enfs Park
uouse. from 1940 was a raid war-
den in M.iiylelsjne.
Out of that drab experience she
Meal f the l>;>s .
No Cook
At home, Miss Bowen is no
ll enjoys polishing her
ruraiture; takes tilt
women
: I their time "doing the
bnwai i "I would like to spend
a morning doing thai and at
Bowei Court i often do".)
She relaxes by doing elaboratef
1 a hign-
lon of pasting up scraps.
Anv unii'e now she will buy a
:et o| pastels following the trenn
lewaPds amateur art. ("1 have U
bum my writing, and I feel 1
";>y")
But hei dominating hobby i
iinctiiig people. No ivory tower
for Miss Bowen, who enjoys noth-
ing bettci than hearing others
talk.
Which perhaps explains why
- a hen ihe)
.rid her k> -iw,''k fur the man
.ii uia street on that matter "I
Ufa and
COf'VWBJOKT nraaBVED
I..E.S.
i m Thr H*w,. 1 IS p
P m CalliM lh* W-.l
-t***lns.
^ p m
. ol. is p m Interlude
Un- Ediuulah. OS p m
I Capp'tatal. S M p 11.
; ** p m Slalemenl ol Aiti-inx.
p m The New*. It 11 p m Inter-
19 IS p m Cruy People. 10 4.'
Mid.Week Talk
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f PTlii
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PRESENTED BY
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WITH
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jack pot now see to
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TO-MORROW 5 8.15 "CAPTAIN CHINA
And "SORROWFt L JONES" (Bob Hope)
it |rvn rSI
. 'in .
11 1<1 dues at aorU. S.I
I 'as man i3l
15 rni. wt it ww. 'J'
t ii AcroM i- tnu to we
MU 'S l. Am. (Tf
(. Whal v..vi- iiinid ".iiaumwl T (!
O II may b> lint. i8>
gaara
l Oprr-jtiwn mat lands tne com-
inauding uttlcvi in a aoura
nperoel * i~
. j.i. I5>
4 Lit* bluod of the uaurer (
a ISumtJ >jr>a nu*t beiore you
M down. iSi
i.jua ii larga In writing.
I,I.-Im< UealtU Allrarllea
Bddy Arnold Th* Tenne**ee PU.wboy In .
FEUDIN' RHYTHM ft BANDIT OF SHERWOOD FOREST
VII.'S in s, M
W. I'l
i MSB
II' |J:m'miui to Mrs. Sprstt.
. LK.WH. (Ol
i 'nun mlJi-il oulid
i*
HI
HI
Itupert and Simon39
/mi-ilit,- K\[iort>
MERE alaa-M m 'he critic said
hwi he sum red Ml
i'-. teo-ton Dancing Fairy.
* .s not evjryMilng." Those who
are moved to tears by smallneis
.f any .on will probably rob
the almost invisible ball-
,>rt.ng. "Six
million can be held in a tea-
and the larger k*nds of
bacilli are raging with jealousy.
w '' ins i i pi in tjpphrd
monads the h.i>
.,t. ~ ui rswai : f would

d
M .1 e.rly -' P pei r. .
'':
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hl :
Iht be.
Hhtr.1
Bead nyihing." he
t M
you gvr me. 1-.
ther ?T' You shall h*sr
*. I ind ran wild
..l. u BM tahti
i be.t ut lorgroui bk**i>in.
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I
I'.ill g| our Hardwgn and Ironmongery Deparl-
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p with us.
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HI DNESI1AY. JII.V 2.-,, I9.-.1
HUillVIM.s VliMH Ml
PAGI THREE
BRITAIN FACES
BIG TRADE GAP
It* K 4 I MM IK
' ON. July M,
Tlm Brltlah Labour Government, laced with one of the
a .ii Wltpm it -niv. i- om'emplaluu'.
til the drift toward a new tlnaiici.i.
--------------------------------^^ An M1rtaltl, tamon bin has
caused ii trade w
than Jl 550.000.000
-fiver 11.500.000.000 and has
thrown (.in of gear the British

.
c.irious it
The Covernmtut adn .
WASHINGTON. Julv 23 .1 arming, and is under-
A Washington Slate I >
official -aid on Motidav If In
und Pak i.ca.ry. But it is no secret that
United State* would h..y.- to UkC I ulion are
look" al it. export* of u"
He ae.d "lam sure we wou.d K 5lSS:
T U'tr GAM
\o Copper lor
India. Pakistan
If At War
. -'.-*.. .S",
BOL?
/?
Apj?-&4*~
-
situation comes Ul
Brx.ni Will Attack
The n
his associates are laiLiwI to at-
-Sk,';: .
: Brit
art by shipping ihein coppei
it they ware al mi
United Press re-
porta quoting High Commcrc
Denertsnenl official
merits are instrumental in review -
the Sec.etary f OMngye who ,,Vl. ,,..,,.,< , ,nrI7 recent anti-
m pamphlets "One Wm
on sucli controlled materials as fV
c-PP01". tctt are thai Britain's
A lommeHe Department trnde deficit ha jumped (wo and
Id by ;, half times over List |u :...
news agency that the ures. and this advene trend Is still
ordinal United Press story had rising. In the tirst six months of
titinent embarrass- 1950, the trade deficit wag 220,-
ment. That United Press story OOO.OOO
quoting .. 1hk.Ii irflicml ..- iuvii : If 'hi' trend rontlnua I'-rilain
the copper exports to Iiuli.i rould Will be f.ccd b> the end of the
lie cut it an 1 '"If gap
started was correct. I- .ivail.ibio alcit-
He added thi- was um mtwil as "^P
BID, threat to India, but WU in The cause of this problem is out-
tonfornuiv w(Ui general United ** lh"' Inimedlate control of 'he
British Oovertsn. i
.,,, Aeep rise m world COfnanodJty
warp crents. '"l" ntly of the UH
. | he Stat. '"'--
Depai*nent orBctal died the pre- HMtm$ Pn.cs
codanl of (he United state-, export Most ..f tin incrr asc this rear in
policy i;4H-i whan rhe en *e ISM Th
damped .mi all axportl Of mum- Britain's Imports has risen only
on. lei Ol o*er ln*t year's, ac-
official record v the
Middle Eastern hell.*, i '""' " *!*" prwen ha.
__If, up only l i>er cent, and lalaa
^__^_^____ have not heen able to make up foi
the increase in the Import lull
The problem is aeeenluated by
the fact thnt Britain's rt.-irmamenl
II ( ! tied up with
lent on the
continued Importation of raw ma-
tin.iN. if anporti an- etri reann-
anu-nt would have to be slowed
down Rearmament order* to Brit-
aln'i Induftri*
I 100 IHHI.fllM) pet
Alteninlivc.
Alternative brft n tho Oov-
ernmenl aie To cat into mcagrt
aolfl und tlollai receive- or cut
non-eesenttal delln Imporb and
:.ui- tin tl i
\ retrutlon ill the import pro-
granune l km
although mylng from it will not
trench, U.S. Goals
Are Identical
BAIOOfV, Jul
a lv l-itire DO
i ..-i ..
nc Fn-n. )\ High Con
.ri ind.. China, aid on Mi.ill...
the Wei
in lha K.ii Bait are
He said: "Spheral ol Influence In
th* i .'i i.i am now impossible
i i war in which
An .,ii.i nid Pranca must won
I and hi band
Oke at the
i.penmg ceiemonie> of itk I |
IIeni*iquez Has
Good Chance
IN MEXICAM ELECTIONS
rrom ROBERT PRESCOTT
Ml XICO fITY. Julv 24.
Mexico1! PteaMenttal ewettom
are still 12 months |U but
already the name of "Henniue/"
b being aarawiea above walls and
buildings b In many
places it blotft out the name of
President Miguel Airman on post-
ers remaining from the iW6 cam-
paign.
Qenerai Miguel Hemiqu** is the
first real candidate to If** hi> hat
in the 1052 ring and the llrst
threat to 25 years of p..litu-aJ
domination bg the PJRX (Party
of Revolutionary inatWuttena)
With an outslandiuij n<
M<
Henriimer si
liest chance of any "indi pendent
candidate in tin q
lb arul -ampaign f>u Mh poit-
tan of "abeolute homey and
the abolishment of >pc to raise
*:..n of tJoveiniiteni cor-
ruption and graf'. and
touch ffl Investigation | i
at United
- i
i v take many thousands
. voi., .... oj rrom i> i; i ;|IU)
throeXen Hi itransletiuld on Mexi
lilies
I'lnigk Fitflil
Hut he I ght IJn-
cd up against Henriquer kg the
power of Oie Cardeni
which ha never lost an election
He tum battle either Miguel
AJesnan who may seek to "eartend '
in- B-yeaj term
thi conttttutlonal ban nn re-elee-
tlon, or AJeman's bandpicketl
suceeaaoi.
He faces hehind the
seiamble fOI DOWei a a......|
' .! | ||U
iianginij over from the Inst rler-
U00 and a pobtical ma. i
seems to .have the Situation at
voting lo.ith well under control,
U.P.
U.S. Want ISO
Group Air force
What Bnbu
WASHINGTON. Jul> 24.
Defence Seerrtar> George Mai -
shall said on Tuesday the Oov n
men! || aiming tor enough airplane
rlM to produce a 180 group
Air Force neorb twice iha pn I
ent air force goal.- but he quick!. ..
ilklng aiiout pi
production capacity, not actu the rt>

also told report* ra tt.
Defagwa Depertinenl enpi I
cide by some time in Octottei
whether It will be nacaaaary to In-
of armed forcei
President Truman said on Mon-
d.,.
"Britain Gh*es
To If.W.LThen
Takes limy"
E.C.A. Loan
For Jainaiean
Bauxite
LOtfDOH
ihe We-l
, r Like-
>ft hand, aaid Mi
lu-rnaid Bi m M P ecrofjarj of
Mae of oia
i ,:.
i. Wi '
shod i Lon Ion i**iv Ma4i
Trii. we pour suhaUnllal
W< i lea thivupi
r the CotonJej De-
velopn ii.: and Wlfam* Fund Hi
SiSAs EarSt?eSrSie^^'^ ** ** *^
n~ $4.%0.000 on iU expansloii V
arnaune whleh i" ex|Hitod nearly
loublo biiuxite production fiom
Jamaica mines. Ret>aymeiit ol
\ i.e. with mteiest.
II In- madi> In Mipplies M
minium oVM all
The new plans call for UM
Ho daacMbad the Itriiisli Ctov- cornpnnj uioaOM caMdhj >f
i^ie*;us;,;;,;k,,,;;'::m,a',r:uro- J-S&ii.-mi ;,-,-;;; *ggp g
an tour said the United States economy" <' f" > jJjy|S
ili-cement that wmltl allow the 'OU,"
LONDON.
A thud Marshall Plan loun tfl
production in
bi aSaaOungjad to
WUIiam li.dt. Mimstcr-ui-
gnas of the Economic Co-
leraUon AdiiimisliNtiun Mission
Britain, An ugieemenl hat
ik'hhI under which Uu
.ii advance *3.?84.ooo t.
lUynold* Jam.i '
iceording io ih .onu...t. th>
VEHICLES COLLIDE

Pi
A'lth the
Hall of
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toad al"
fU :h vet
In Touch with Barbados
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ruhw B S S'-lilm hi H port Auck
'Mad. S B Ibdlrli M H O.k-.ll 1 *
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a s riMd. i- i ... ~ ^ a.t'ir Rm|>
w*d % ii M.hhH.1.. ft S LMOrr
t rm a m J.
'a lfc>na um, s -* m*i :
B a livcuta I
Uaonacntar. -

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ih Hill * T i
Glands Made Young
-Vigour Renewed
Without Operation

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rim .


he
I "lent.**
the USe Of enrouragim;
M>endmirc if the condb
which Went Indian
grcss. It might be necessary
raJM the sights nf a rlefc. i
up programme whether iiea.-e
Korea w not
StiT>ng Mipport fur any such
buildup came Horn ReB I" '
Senatoi it. i rj Cal i Lodge, Jii dw cause ui
of Massa. huselts who isld UW
\\ must cn-
defense programme
om a E
iiitcci S
J amaic
e '..ildup last summer Wise Indusj to expand the* WjflJ ?*gS?l^.
He aoVM that Ma trip nervine. luet....., ....... Una nan ' '7T"' "J 'V t
him he wm right in calling (tt *..... .....anent wii !- .... n
150 noun air force instead of tin Ih. t rCUTe, "*t-nnnent
present B5 Kr.mp ....... ITnli bold md linelMUvf will also have >nopUoi to buy
The An Force exped ion a) i taken oon.- he asM '> dollars, m nddliionto tin
its goal of 95 groups some time m ih* gltu .tlon Is likely to gel mil aim .ui.i.im to be del.erecl ..mie.
the autumn ol nftt. Air FOTCC .(,.., B.V*.
leaden aw i aid to bi lejj
pushing for expansion to IN
groups
-I IV
H
[sriino" RrepaVei
Pov 2nd Trip to W .1.
Intorii ntlal Hopes
nig ronin. said: "Our mission Is pinncxl on the fall of international
to stop the expansion of Commuu- price levels and consequently on
rim by Intensifyimg our war ef- the reduction of prices which Brit-
fort and fortifying all means of aln would have Io pay for her im-
local resistance There is only one ports The Government insists that
.struggle In AsiI only "* rearmament progrnn.....
one defense m Europe All forces lo be inter* and Ll 0X-
-f free DtOplea must contribute to peetrd to meet Bevan'^ rballenp
thU
struggle "f V
Cztths R*fiist'
To Five Oatis
WASHINGTON. Julv 23.
It is 1 e a r n ed thai tl
C/c< ihoslovak Cabinet has
jeeted the United 31
mand fof "" the release
ited Press correspondent
Wilham N. Ostis The Lnited
week rtgo to-day sent
Chechoslovakia a start) note In-
Istmg that OatiS be freed fron
..)th the argument that Britain's
HM the Western security must
lority.
The Iran oil dispute threatens
ite still further the al-
eUtiaUon If Iranian oil
ag sltog' ther, recourse
will hvr to be taken in alterna-
tive sources including dollar oil.
The financial picture then will he-
re- conn i Amounts of up
de- to $100,000,000 and more might be
Of involve;].I'.P.
Owner Wants Land
Aiound Arthur's Hill
MANY residents who 1
hoi
' I tech prison, where he has Arthur's Hill are removing their
started SM Ml term on houses-. The owner of the land has
apy charnes The Czech Foreign asked '<" 't 'We are finding
Minister referred the note to the difficulty In getting house spots.
Cabinet The Cabinet, however, an >ld lady who has a bouse in
le'used to free Oatis I' P. that district said yesteni. >_________
SUGGEST REFORMS
IN MEAT CONTROL
LONDON, July 24
The N-itional POOWatiUII of
n suggest-
ed diasti. reforms in lha m -t
control schedule and proposed that
-ontrols eventually i>e removed.
In a booklet published "to serva
ai, guide to members of Parlia-
ment and other influential person-
aaea". N.F.M.T A. said more monej
should be sperd on buying meal
from other countries 'in order thai
our people may be protected
against a fall in the standard of
nutrition
The booklet said that Imported
meat supplies could lie improved
and quoted StaUsttcS showing that
hte|) 450 000 tons of
chilled beef had been shipped an-
nually brfun World War II and
thai it was superior in quallts to
the froien beef at present being
shipped from Argentina
The Meat Federation booklet
commented: 'The Federation has
Beating suice 1946 the
vival of this important chilled beef
trade and we welcome the re-
sumption of shipmenls this year
Nevertheless expected supplies
are infinitesimal."
The booklet condemned the
present method of grading meal in
datiPhterhmises. U.P
Ship lieachctl
After Collision
WASHINGTON. July 23.
The Economic Co-. iDSmtton Ad-
mmtstratton reported on Mond\
thai ihe Liberty ship John Chester
Kendall, carrying the first Ii
Wheat undei ttx India famine aid
programme has licen benched
after a collision. The slut
Sue* bay south of the entrance b
the Middle Kastern canaL It had
been scheduled in reach Bombaj
" iV' ";" '' '' I ' , ,.,., u Pick up a cargo ol
parently ,K-eur,ed on Sundui Tni ..Ul.l, ,', lh,. H.....u, | |
other ship involved, wa- the Ds...... ,, , ,,..... Nov.
(.erd .Maerxk. The John m sstujy, '..adlng
i.. Wei i indii
contract, not !*<. ihan IfMJNO
i i more than $1.5110.000 wont,
i alumlniuan
1'i.dei the orlfdVkBJ agreeinem
with Reynolds. the EC A
l dvancad 15.M3.000 hi dollais and
'.HOO.OOO .11 Itiltisb eou.lterpiii;
hinds This ngrewtnnit also called
1 repaytnant In aluminium The
toatervd the
bat:
LjOMOOri
The Nerwegpan enfti veaaaj i.ta..
Bruno, on charter to Bagjue snt el J-.
sdvanea of u auu.000
l ia. Lond....... oottars and ci.soo.wmi ...
and the Brltlah West Indie* hoi 1 unaxxoart f"" m ioao t
rrturmd to London from bee Jamaica Bauxites Ltd, to fwtp
.... njhii arrtci 0 I onat ' *" i"'"'-' *
the W. inally. after ig plum
porti m Barbadoi
TrlnM ai and British Ou
k-IU mil for Cai rith oarg 1
ol British OWano bausdta
ArM trip, howavoi he
lleil f..... IV.Uei.iia in ballast
"the latest i.am brings Bw total
1 r< a advances ror Jamoiean
uxtte ONwelopmant to *
OOtBkri und illltHMKHI 1"
. ouutei-psrt funds.
i haetar KendJh 11 cai 1 -
than 10.000 hXU of grain. It had
sailed from Philadelphia on June
IBI'.P.
will cany a full comple-
ment of nine passenger* on her
econd t
nj Vylung, BSeaxXyj it-
,, 1 old inaaxsa ol the awavw,
.,1. >.\ t.% his vessel's per-
loiinauce on her first trip to
Wst inttian waters. Only draw-
back to the pleasant trip I.....I
I the 1 lew. '. a.. Ihe
Ul Ihe We.' Indies
since the Bruno was
not bu it for service in the
B.l'.P.
Petition V"..ii'm-,i
Belise Council
HELIZE
Borne rexired civil servants In
Dntiah Honduras have
cireulatinK I petition asking the
Sic Ronald fl.uvev. t,
the Bells. Cttj Council
for "disloyalty tn i(. Royal
Family." The Council had voted
not to discuss the hanging of a
Picture of thc King in the Council
chamber until BBtf-fOVernmanl I
tranted to the Colon> CKHTIFICATES w.il
TIk- petition |eJni Ti,. QovernOI "l'"'1 1*> young women of Ihe
to abolish the pp. mi S1 AugU line branch ol ihe Kar-
to pass laws requirinj future M Bvening institute. BI
tjouncuiorg to pledge allegiance to ('' -: " The
the Boyal Family, it u\s<, wanti c,i hand work al the St
IcgUlaUon to enable the G.>vemor Augustine Boys' BshsaJ phi 1
to rcmovp councillors whu sav two ypn now that the young
anything disloyal about the Km*. wOAUM have been attending the
B.i'.p. rJaaeas
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ADVtMATE
M.rlii.-il.,>. .Iitl. n IWI
HIIOAIM \STI.\4.
IT has been announced that under a
Colonial and WeSai i
a producer from the
Corporation will be seconded to the Gov-
ernment of Trinidad The duties of this
officer Will be to provide a special pro-
gramme Trinidad. Barbados.
nd lintish liuiana and to assist in getting
Bt from broadcasting
equipn :n existence
There will be another B.B.C. producer
iteUOMd In Jamaica tO provide a similar
ervice lor thai litand, British Honduras
and Bal<
In the past, people in the Caribbean have
i i the broadc ad in the
ice of the BBC and have
.d to tiii'l that their affairs have
sometimes been given place in tha Home
Si-rvn-e. But these were primarily Intend'
..-.sty the tastes of people in Britain.
11m Weal Indies as a unit of British Col
onial territory has its own problems, its
own aims and ideals and its peculiar
growth end development. It is tins growth
and the rate of progress by which they will
be judged by people in other parts of the
world including Great Britain.
; Bating has come as complrinon
to the Preee and the aervicea which it
proi ft thai H li ;i most
ljunci it was during the dark"
days of 1940 that the word of one man
move*! the hearts and itirred the emotions
of millions of people In the free world, in-
spiring them with courage to tight '
death for an ideal. It was the voice of Mr.
Churchill which disheartened the NaiU
By these same services produced
: reially for the West Indies in the West
Indies, West Indians will have the oppor-
tunity of knowing at the time, the events
m the area and the methods adopt I'd of
dealing with problems which occur.
The programmes produced al the BBC.
for the benefit of the Weal Indies have the
disadvantage of severe limitations. They
have brought benefits nevertheless; but
tales of West Indian life produced on the
spot will have the advantage of natural
baekground. Thnre it la *>*ui the West
Indian people and those who Hve In tins
area will learn more of their neighbours
and then* way of life.
But these are not th only sch
The question has been posed, no) only In
Great Britain but in the United States of
America, as to whether there is a West
Indian culture. If there is a West Indian
culture, then bra 111 give it life
and body and will present it to the world
as it really is. If then Is no West Indian
culture but merely a hybrid of the British
way of life and African primitive methods,
then Broadcasting might be the means of
helping the people of the area to evolve
a culture of their own.
West Indian music, art, literature, and
life itself must benefit from a proper sys-
tem of broadcasting when the programmes
are produced in and arc characteristic of
the West Indies.
AiiM'i-i''* Changing
Presidency
Ml

.
ol V..
*aW in 1MI. lhl. lim* lunlllna
ttia nuitkbvr of yaare an A
n Btr*t< dm"u(n
Cain tha mdunu SWOB
Ai* batic law *f that nat <

M> ( li thanguia condition, and
I ni.it i '.III ion to

in 1851 .
. ueably and ef-
aflLng con-
rnnfntal nerds
imendmem
.1 by twi.-thirds
I hullHI lit
rov led that
Ihrea-fourttu
-l Ml)* II..I \- II-
miginalij
"" *ho"ld
rbe c.uidi-
dsftS with the highest number of.
viie". would be prettaent, lb*
natxt highest would be Viee-
i re .-
Amendm. in X*T
> This directed UK electors to nam
' their cholcws lor Presidi
4 the Senatethus putting th
la |-,wi-i without .
The IBM I-* for Vice-Preaidrnl
iibers of the ballot- No furth.
President's Cabinet In a speclned been made In the Electoral Col-
order, would succeed to the Presi- lege thriush Constltul
Th! Amend- den.y after the V.ce-Pre,ident. amendment.
To avoid U.e PO">bdity of an ap- ttenel
I canted official tiuch a, a Cabt- >b^sh_uwBwtoi
., mi Secretary) succeeding as
Bee, La
eloctrd President or Vli
nendmenl
College h*\*
been proposed and Vie United
e-~Presl- State* eventually may aft upoi
1947 changed one c
Vice- Constitution
, President pro
;h prop*"*-' in th<
v the
I igress ..
Amendment the Uiw ag^n p)aciru| me Soeaker ^c
ipedfletaU) i ifleet Pni "'a HSMM fits* after tb
rniBiM) It be- IV^.dent men thP President pro The US Presidency h.M
! '"SSL ***!?$* I'S w n other way., too eve.
, s ,.,, ._ ti-.r (.bine_SecrcUi.cs Tjuj law alu-ratlon- h
to gtffl to afreetNone of tee sue- Uon r u. ,,,, ,. s ,,._
f4***0" low* cver "*" bCCn m itltution says thil th.
S lheflm 8......^SLteot Truman, member of ^ . '
lh Unt- rrwiaent iruman. mcinuvr ,.|,.4r,. ,,,, ,onnt o!
Btetj, has been craaiaBd J Oa^noer^cJ
nly on. of the tlcally supported the 1847 change. B*M; W SSSSfetm
l
advice and con-
ince 1933. it o, .miy oot of the ticnllv supported urn i--.- *" ,^_ tl,,ri.t . ,h>. c,.
i-iU- the fart that, had he died ^^'^-V^' .2
ency thit in 1947 or 1948, he would have- ~'JJn" V
MO succeeded by the Speaker aant means Sj *1
public i ot the House, who at that time )-emg w'" ''''. *"*
The whol. rtorV of the cheng- w^, member 3 the RepubU- The P*fu* u^ ^
,, Presl- can Party. W > "# n;.'tf n\^ .''.^ '
..mating on.-. The The framers "f the U.S. Con- dent, of * rVn g cut -nMties
itlon provides U.at gtitution did DM upecify the makliui teniatl/e -greementt with
letu -hall become ..mount of the Presidential salary the other parties and then
. . [.,.,' II in the (' ">titution which simply them to ttu i 'or ap-
is unablo says that the US. President shall provnl or rejection, lias been fol-
ranwvad from receive for his servlew a com- lowed ever since Today, how-
. i the US. CongreH. The pensatlon." No American Presl- ever. Congressional committee*
"' ma) be removed from dent ever got rich in the White (or the Senate itself) ott.n
! | process of Con- House las the presidential real- the right to give "advice to .he
nt and con- dence is called), for he needs most US. Secretary of State on :
n. gg all of his salary to meet his duct of foreign relations.
I or other inch crimes and many personal and official Through the years, the US
icanors" According to law expenses as the First Citizen of constitution h..s proved to be
House of Hi presenUUves the nation. The U.S. Constitution n^hl*, and the rundanvntil
.'. but the forbids changing the Preatdenrl aystcm of chei ki and balances
Senate must convict or acquit, salary during his term Of office u,nnnK ihl. Exco
Amen.an Prrsident, The Wait Change in salary v/as twi. fjtffatm nnd Judicial
.,..,... ,^.vi.nt.nih npproved by ( ongrcss >ust before ,,.,.,-w tttr
Inauguration
for hLi new term on January 20,
1949, and the pay Iraereg I
effective on that date.
Andrew Johnson (seventeenth approved liy Congress Just
: ' '''"."^L.T^I^'V
to the Presi-
|i ittl ol Abraham
Lincoln) ever wag impeached.
But th,. rs. Senate round John-
n n Innocent of -high crimes and
inasUeiinjun- In <'th('*'," so he
rod, No President
.
if because
| Preat-
dentg have died while ta ofBee,
three of them from assassi
Other changes have been
in the U.S. Constitution to make
administration of the government
more ifltcttve, c.eorge Waaains-
tea, the Hrst United States Presi-
dent, took the oath of office on
April 30. 1789. Thereafter, until
1937. U.S. Presidents were Inaugu-
i.tted on Much 4 of the yc
In eech case the Vlee- rolhjwliuj that m which tbey were
Ailed out ttw- reneuraer dected. As railroad, automobile,
und air transportation knitted fce
ition together mi more
< ( ttu- Imir-year tei
it both the Pnetdeot and the
ii,. or could ,
kHlg and unnecessary ,1
. liilii'iuni j> 1'ilOiU I I'll' '
'
Washing*'
nlned by Consrea-
iu'wi'i ii eloetttuj
i
nid hU tak- atltutlen for tin- .hen rorj nev
dl-ll-I lllllli-l ill < nil l-.-v
....." "'"" '" '" * ;;:;:',z.N":Tz,^ :., i*i
M.ii ill i. was shortcnwl by iidop-
1)00 "I Uie Twentieth
ment in
tc or .
to J.muury 20. Until
i enacted the Hrst Suo
that, ifl
i Vlca-Fnetdent,
th. I'm Ideal pro tempera ot uic
Senate would be next In line,
i b> the Speaker of the "K"rat
Hou (The Senate President u|,rn:_to:
pr<> temporo is the Senator elect- rt'
ii i pn .uie over the chamber u'
(lie I-WCIitletn Aincnu- .^ .;;-Vii.
193J. which advanced ihe ""ffij1
,bawc ..I ttM Vic-l'r-l. > ,
dentl And U theff were nioie il,,;"L
than live month, of the Prcsi-
would be held
. I'reMdent to 1111
out the U
law (which never had to
oe i-ed) baited neartj ., century. ","
it wee changed In iBHti following
th of Vice President
A. Hendrick, shortly
I Tlie r s

the Repubtkan Partj 11m eoun- ,,( ,. i, state
u reaUaed that. If *in ssteh nannei
The Army Thai Germany
Wants
Hou las ex-eneraK ha\e now disclosed
Iheir plan al talk*, in Pariv with precise
proposal-, tu make the Wehrmachl
strong. .
B> CHAssLES WKiHTON
BONN.
i'tIK German General Staff, that ruthlessly
tfflcienl military machine which planned 100,
iif Kurnpean war, has made its come-'
Les have |
It has a new plan Cor a new Wehrmacht
vhich will Ktve Germany the most formid-
ble single armed force in Western Europe
iday11 the Allies agree.
The Bonn Government, backed by the
imencans. Is urging this new German Cen-
tal Staff plan on the rest of the Atlantic
'act nations.
Within a few months, believe high Allied
bservers in Bonn, the German General
taff will almost certainly get the "go-ahead"
Ignal (or Its new Wehrmacht.
Behind barred windowa of a four-storey
ed brick building m a Honn back street two
tiller generals, with a skeleton staff of eris-
iCratic former colonels and majorst today'
re planning the last details of that new
Velirmacht.
Hidden in other Bonn Ministries are at
;ast another dozen dark-suited Hitler gen-
ralsseven in the Ministry of the Interior
one
Key men are the elusive generals behind
he barred windows, former German High
'ommand Operations Chief Adolf Heusinger
ind Rommel's ex-Chief of Staff Hans
leases*!
Neither of them was a Nazi, for no German
hmaral Staff Officer was permitted to join
l!-,,^,,-I:":;,;: put? Both tot** th. wr, however.
.s lieutenant-generals but nobody knows
;hut they really thought about Hitler.
SO SrXRKT ...
Heusinger was the Fuehrer's constant com-
anion for years at his Russian Front head-
quarters, until he was arrested after the 1944
umb plot, when defeat seemed inevitable.
Thin, spectacled Speidel planned the Ger-
lan offensive against the Second Front. In
lie immediate post-war years of defeat he
ecame a professor of philosophy..
For more than a year the two generals.
ith their chief assistants, former Colonel
ount Kielmannsegg and former Major von
len Bussche, have planned in their half-
idden Bonn War Ministry. The Germans
lescrtbe it officially us "The Service Office of
he Federal Prime Minister."
So secret is their work that the main door
if the new German Foreign Office is perma-
lently barrd, and visitors are admitted only
Stter strict "vcttim;" by a Prussian N.C.O.-
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tutlona of the pattern laid down
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Ihe.nth Ihe "ataetanr* they ul inleresl and so they laboured 'Ulcers in Bonn.
or., <"i:r, i^rov!d.for"hrC^: The Allied Foreisn Ministers' conference
entitled to as many electors as it est good of the greatest number m n Brussels at the end of last year which
hns Representatives and Senators a peaceful n ..,..j , .u. *--_.-.,-- ~i f a^r,.,
. ... the U.S. Congress. The t s. ThS set .f ... ''^ lo thl" 'orrnation of a German Arm\.
tutton say. that the electors numerous crises i" tha IM reen let the nencrals come out into the open. But
"""uS. leSSriJ. !& lr;.: ' ... * <;""-"> Gl SI.S master plan ,s still
MASTER PLAN
tha Corman jrenerals have
Just Received
In Our
Pi lent Orbver Ctevi d i lets- thereof may dlrsct.H Tfe.__
ed by the Democratic Purtv. dutl. i,,)v fol men p ft avri
he WOtlld be succeeded by the chosen by popular vote in ..II the f:.i-fhmi:, sparsely-settled, agrieul-
i President pro temporo 48 Suites!
'lee- Ann. of IBS) ade- known to onlv a few Allied officials.
Last week, at the Paris talks on a European
turn! United States of 1787.
Iil\<. Baudouin
As ili, I'rinrr mi.nnis ih: iliioii, ih, II,', 1-i.iiK ak:
-\\ lioin nill In- iiiiu-i-* ?"
BRUSSELS iBy SAM WHITE) the menus. It u advisable In! mia ia me master plan sun an omciai
old Prince Ban- ., .,w . H Brunah never to eat alone. II only secret to which Britain has not vet agreed
;-..'.:'!.....S.1SS, iTMuSiliS'hT tt2S" !FSSS%rm'~i*mtS*\** ' which th, French are Mrmly
i llll I II.Ill'l.-M.
WITHIN the last two years efforts have
been made to bring Seawell Airport into
lino with modern airports the world over.
With financial assistance from the Brit-
ish and Canadian governments new run-
tvay has been built and the public are
swatting the erection of a proper terminal
building.
A primary necessity si any airport is
adequate Are righting equipment. The Got -
ernment ordered Bre fighttng equipment
and it arrived nnd has been installed. It
will not be effective, however, until trained
personnel has been employed to operate it
The services of the new Fire Offic <
be Utilised by the Government in connec-
tion with this matter.
out iii:.\ii:ii say
BRUSSELS
WHEN L'0-ye.ir-oM I'm |;
dM lo li.
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1 V"' "' ^^JrJ.^i'n^^^'m'^K0 ra"' unable to obtain further
.,. .mbittarad put* "i ?>J J"0*"-?, wtn ",h" Ue.uht of ostcnution. explains
:. l.nnk l.e.vei, heis apoloxetically in its wine list:
, Yet a Kret part It, over one !>i thosr ..nm.muHn |.ro,|H-rous country ret..ins an |haf (h, ronngnmem , Kll1(l ,
Brussels dinners, you wish to almost Victorun adulation for ,,.. fro, Oeorpia order,
;rmy. the Germans demanded that their plan
j should be acceptedcomplete. Frenchmen.
: with memories of three German invasions in
70 years, were alarmed.
Other Allied observers thought the Ger
man generals showed an overweening mili-
I tary ambition in people who had suffered
LMtastrophic defeat only six years before.
This is the master plan still an officia
WOOLLEN DEPT.
CHAMOIS LEATHERS
In Super and
Medium Qualities
nt rtta
l
Batatat. politician uw rnonarehj n was this, ami . ,MI hu mofvit rri
apping hu knife and !,ot political ractors, which was
i.iik. -,i\ vvih Ini
"How like Leopold Baudouin II
walk, the ami he
military c\ip. Even hi'
'ike methenutta end
Ulg, remind one ol bu
'
This lean und studion--l<>oktn^
yOUtb has been under hw faUlsVl
largely responsible for the wide-
-pread feeUni ataiasl Leopold's
.': in ;t.., comn ontc
HI..ml, Prince*.*
Prices Soar
Another reilajrant, not content
vilh iircimary cauliflower, de-
, rlbei ii-^ verssM i *Oaelijloiee<
nflutnee ihroughoul hki itfti d Queen Atrid.
Now, htiveevi' BruSsSlt buzzes Aftt-r the feastinx the piospemu
h4>pefully with njniours of an citizens adjourn to night-club:,
early nUurlass tot Baudouin and choosing boogie-woogie haunts <
a successor t the evor-adored late sUUd brtUhmily !. ,
i i his father
audouln isstn _.
dl father and to h
mtddlr-aired aristocrat
dance to 19.1tl uiie Lived liv ..
ly attached palace spokesmen, lu.s Used on one of the nnumcrable lice-
step- ihe n-year-oM blonde Princess curtained bars
mother the beautiful Princess De Isabelle. dauglitei of the Kiencii
Kelby. wbosa ni.ige pretender, the Count of Par!:
P0 t-war the inust hkelv new Queen
KeanwhUl Brussel
omy for the visitor is to leatrkl
FuxurteTlelS runSfe' | 2j
i -h,]^,,, mortal
*YOHU) c 'VYwmr.li. HEsmVED
tie out. At Ihe Hrst sign i-f .u lift stw tsped 1..F s
Kii**iiiti Hrutulily
To the r-Mlur. Th.- Advocate
BID Kindly bUov,
attention, If nee
Book Section in the Ji
the Resder'. DIgVsS. If

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me with
ment. and | should lilce to men-
tion them.
Fust, i
can, on i large issseral
lo i u.i.ilh and cellously cruel to
iheir fellow creatures. .,> tbsee
Russian Mvagei aie Iven said to
be, from the high ntln;.il down 10
the rank i men as
ini Ihe
w Ickedne Hist Lippsi i
We kr lhal th.v,-
01, ui oeeai It i .n> brut* in-asts in
human form, even mi'
real ctvUlsatti n, bul I
mbrai kng
hundred- ol lhl m, CV< n i1
Ihci And
he Polit-
buro km .v
Seeonoly. It seen
'.hat human beings can eiidu.e ".In-
to hold them.
One fashionable Brussels reslati- Pposed :
1 A Wehrmacht of 250.000 tierman con-
scripts, serving two years each.
2 Six Army Corps, each of two divisium
12.000 men strong (despite French in-
sistence that no Corman unit should
be more than 5,000 to 6.000). ,
1. Revival of the German General Staff.
I Creation of a German War Ministry \
with a civilian War Minister.
5 Luftwaffe of 2,000 planes all Allied
manufactured, including 600 jet light-
ers. '
6. Naval Squadrons for defence in North
Sea and Baltic.
Allied diplomats taking part in the Paris
negotiations say that the French are adamant
Meanwhile pries* soar to o point i in opposition to No. 3 and No. 4.
which ihe most obvious econ- i
OPPORTUNITY
The French are too late. When with Britain ';
and America, they agreed last December to *
negotiations on a German Army, they them- ;
>\ m created the new German General Staff J
j and the German generals were not slow to <
teiie their opportunity. .
Now America, disappointed by French and j;.
Benelux aid for Western defence plans, has ;C
started a major boost for the immediate crea- ^
tion of the army. J
American High Commissioner John J*
McCloy said in Bonn recently that I;'.
there will have to be compromises. "Great
and fundamental strategic decisions," said
. Mr. McCloy. "are awaiting the solution of the j|
Oerinan rearmament problem." **
Only Britain is silent. No official statement,\
I of policy on the German Army has been \
Issued since a formal announcement six I
months ago that Britain had agreed only in
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IWIINF.SDAY. JULY . 1M1
Govt. Seeks Control
Of Election Polls
THE HOUSE OK ASSEMBLY yofrday gave the second
ng to a Bill having us its purpose the conducting ol
.;> i- | nt OIM in..
by the introduction of Adult Sufl
Amun.Li the prnptll in Iht Bill, provision is made for the
of liquor shops and clubs, the prohibition of the use
of loud speakers, banners, flags and favours, bands of musir
and the assembling of crowds with 100 yards of polling
stations.
Th? Objects and Reason* of the up their right of going into the
BAftRADOS ADVOCATE
PAC.I MM
HIIHM. AT VMHOIt
Bill
The provisions of this Rill are
Intended to be supplementary to
the provisions of the I-
tlor. of the People Act. 1M0I. and
Act. iii, in reaped
the holding of an election of me
the General A-^< I
provides the neceuary administra-
tive machinery in connection
therewith.
As i result of the introduction
iM rarAraa* some 96.0UO
persons haw been registered as
uadar the pew
KbftnUoa of Voters
(Getter*! fljeiinlilij Act. 1951.
That Act alea
dhrkdoa of the wand into 111
In winch it in intended to
establish one or more polling
Stations.
It |g therefore obvious that the
administrative ina;hmei>
Bill section by section and elim-
inating anything that might not
appear to be workable jt in keep-
ing with local conditions.
He took It that in due course
would go into Committee
. OB the Bill so that they would be
(I able to go carefully into it and
put in any necessary amend
ments.
He expressed agreement witl
the provgion of making it an
offence for anyone who made or
published .1 faftat tatetnant
twth the personal
' i M .i i.in.li.late.
Mple got up on plat-
forms, and not only Mud had
thing* about candidates, but their
family as well. This was a de-
plonbta state of affairs and should
be stopped.
These were the kind of people
who felt they could not make an
appeal to the electorate unless
* FSASSrS
returnmg nnd presiding Officers, on in *,,ch a way'
ejection clerfca and poll clerks m| Will Not Vote
>f a General Election and Referring to the provision for
the tssnoni superintendence of the closing of liquor shops and
-such matters will be carried ou*. clubs. Mr. Mottley said that he
by a Supervisor of Elections. was not going to vote for that.
Time and Plnre
Actual voting on polling day
will 1*- conducted in the lama
iM.ihiici m on prevkiu
but it is cun.-m.T.M ..ivlsjblc >>
depart from past pracin
following respects: the time and
place of holding the ale
be fixed in the writ mid polling day
win not be earlier than 14 days
or later than 21 rt..v afto
nomination day. This i iu attost
sufficient time fur the printing of
the requisite number of hallo.
papai
Nomiualion must be made In the
form to be provided and be signed
by two electors of the constituency
and must be handed, together
with the receipt for the deposit, to
the Returning Officer bet
hours of 9 a.m. and noon on
nomination day.
( indidataa are also required to
make .* statutory declaration on
praeerlbad form af to their
quauDeaUona,
Provision is i.iso made for the
adjournment of the eleeUon In
casea ' emergancy,
On this he believed he was stand-
ing alone in his own party. Any
closing of liquor shops would
entail the closing of provision
shops because it was well known
that 90 per cent, of liquor shops
aren BUM provision shops
"Why should we pass a section
that will not be workable." said
Mr. Mottley.
Some people thought that the
only way a certain type of indi-
vidual could secure election wa
by offering rum to the electoral?.
This was absolutely Incorrect.
There were hundreds of peopl*
in this country who at any time.
election or otherwise, would put
their hands into their pockets
and buy a drink for themselves
"If you prohibit the selling of
rum on Election Day, all it would
moan would be that the ordinary
shopkeeper would be unable to
all it but every hotel and every
club would be able to do so
"Imagine placing a policeman at
the Marine lintel, the Aquatic
Club or anj such place, to seo
that this provision Is carried out'
aid Mi Mottley.
nm I'cgards the suggestion thai
r.xuensvs employers should give their em-
Hie expenses incurred in the pioyees an hour to vote, not only
election which were previously wouid hIs party support that, but
borne by the various local govern- lh,.v wUuld go on everv platform
menl bodies will be borne by the ,n lnc wiand and urge people to
Central Government and the duties ailow ,heir employees to go and
of Parochial Treasurer in relation vmX lnelr voles on Election Day
to such an election arc- transferred Mr j. A- Baylies (t) Ml P ad
to the Supervisor of Elections. disagreement with the suggestion
The opportunity has also been of Mri Mottley as regards the sell-
taken to inter) provWotu intend- |mof Itounrftnim aliopa on Bee-
e throughout the elections, by the proVislon in the BUI and^ald that
closing Of liquor shop an 1 < hi w(w son,e,h.ng which was done
(clause L'H>; by prohibiting ., lolintrles.
use ..f loudspeakers, banner*, flag*.. Mr Krrd iimi4mr4 (El said that
--urs (Clause 30) and bands of )ne dIn nol sfp ,n(. nwctti,y for
^>;^M*embhns[closing rum snops OI1 tna, day.
^^Wyardiofaro wouId nave heen m0re lo lhc
"y point if there was the old system
I Of having one polling centre in
when, for
27 polling
music (Cl
polling station (Clause 32)
attempt on polling day at
..tun.pt on polling day at in- j " h "'* Z,, n
fltarncmg sue,, person to vote tor lIrjl"IlBr^^iCda
?r \-. **"u. -m|L SJ*5S*te booths in Christ Church.
of any public meeting called for
the purpose of promoting the
election of n candidate (Clause 34)
and requiring notice to be given
to the police of si/'h meeting
(Clause 36).
It is an offence to make or pub-
lish any false st itement in i elation
to the personal character of a
candidate (Clause 31).
Provision is also made whereby
s-mplovers must allow employee*
at least one hour to vote and no
deduction shall be made fi
how could
any candidate hope to keep these
27 rum. shops going.
"1 know it is done In other
countries, but 1 do not think i(
is necessary in this island to-day
with the change in the election set
up.
"1 am glad to see that Govern-
ment has taken opportunity to
implement the Address of the
! honourable junior member for St.
! Andrew in shifting the expenses
[from the Vestries to Government.'
wages in respect of the time t iken |
accordingly (Clause 2 i.
The provisions of th* I
generally similar legislation in
other West Indian Colonies
Mr. AaVima (L' moved the sec-
ond reading of the Bill and re-
ferred to the Ob)ects and Reasons
which he explained in detail
He said thai he regretted that
there was not I provision made
in the Bill as to the total amount
ol money UuM could be spent by
n candidate. He did not think it
Gave Day Off
As regards the provision for
making employers give their em-
ployees an hour at least to vote,
Mr. Goddard said that he coula
not Imagine any employer who
to-day would not encourage
employee, whether he was voting
on his side or on the other, to go
and exercise the right of.the vote.
Speaking for himself, at the last
election he had people In his
employ who were living in St.
Andrew, and he had actually
''"' '"' f* "A" with unlimited iV,.n ,|,'t.,n the day off so that they
la to rpond M.OOO mi.hl vote. He knew many mer-
r;T.nMr;-J/. lonftft1 El?*ly * chants in Bridgetown who made
! i.-------------,.>, ror their employees
:t convent!
spend
M-. Lewi* CL1 Mid thai he had.
much pleasure in seconding the l" ,
Bill, but there were one or twof1"*? ". -
Saint* that Ate wanted to make.
B perron had only to lie
2i yaw oiii to become ..
did not iry for him
to Itr called upon to swear to his
o.iialil'HMtion- l i.- ,i was ques-
tioned by another voter.
ii -:^ unfortunate that the Bill
was lo he got through by the end
Of the month because the House
flight find it necessary t lnaa.il
the expenditure clause.
'You glee people of 3!
the vote and allow people with
money to coir< around and ror-
i u;.! them", he said. He knew that
,:i o:hei
candidate* had to make returns
of iheir elections expenses.
Mr. Lewll said that I'le noticed
there was nothing in the Bill to
compel the election officers to
conduct the counting of the votes
In a particular way.
The election ofAcari should be
eld of a method bv which the
House Intend to have fchc votes
counted, giving the candidates
and their canvassers the chance
to tee them.
Perhaps It would be a good Idea
to adopt one of the methods uied
1 Trial That
lh.it the police be allowed to vote
altout two days bef->rc polling
dav
Mr. K. D. Mottley (El said that
he thought he was speaking for
every member of the Opposition
when he sjid that th-
ole for any candid'itc
PLEASURE YACHT Marianne ride* at .inchor alongside Hip inota>
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Here From Sweden
Mr. U E. Smith (L) said that he
welcomed a Bill of that sort, anc
is far as the closing of rum shop:
rag concerned. the pfovlsiot
houW have been on the Statue
Book long ago.
He was sure that this would
put a stop to a lot of the robbery
suffered by poor rum shop keeper:
on Election Day.
It was a fact that some of thi
voters did not get as far as the
polling booth on that day because
of their drunken condition and
sometimes they were taken to th<
police station instead.
Hon. members had it in their
power to safeguard the poor "un-
fortunate voter from drinking to"
much rum on Election Day anc
they should use it.
The honourable junior membei
for the City had raised a poin'
that candidates should be allowe.
to sec the vote* counted. "I hav
been told that In some parishe
the sheriff keeps the candidate
very far off. 1 think they shoulc
be allowed to be near enough tbat
Ihey cin see the murks on thr
ballot paper."
The Hl.tei.it. .
He thought there was a pro-
vision in the Bill thdt a blind man
would be able to take someone
with *im who would be sworn to
secreev. to cast his vote for him
He had not seen any provision
ntire :(greemer-,t with the prin-1however, for the persm who.
I the Bill. Because they [though he rrnild see. could not
agreement with theiIPjd or write. He felt that if this
principle, however, did not neces- particular privilege was to be given
aarily mean that they had to give On Page 7
In The House
Yesterday
The House of A- .
met at 3 p.m. yeetamlay.
Mr. Adi'ms laid the fol-
lowing
,,M**age No. 21 1951 from
His Excellency the Govenioi
to the Honoui able the House
Of Assembly informing the
Honourable House of pro-
poanls to set up n Body
known as the Scotland Dis-
trict Conservation Board
under the Chairmanship of
the Director of Agriculture.
Message No. 22/1951 from
His Excellency th.' Govern-
or, on the subject of assist-
ance from the Labour Wel-
fare Fund to enable labour-
ers to equip their houses
with proper sanitary con-
veniences
Thirteenth Annual Report
of the Peasants Loan Bank
1st June. 1949 31st ftfiy,
1950.
Quarterly Return of Trans-
action, in Rum to 30th
June 1951.
Scheme or Qovenunenl
for the Colei id|;e and Pain
School. 1951
Barbados Colonial Estim-
ates 1951-52
The following notices
were given :
Mr. Adams: Resolution for
the sum of $1,000 to supple-
ment the Estimates 1951-52.
Part I. Current
l>r. (Umnilni: ReBOlUtfOB
to sanction the Regulations
Of the Immigration of Pau-
pers (Prevention) Act. 1909.
Mr. Adams: Resolution to
Bra Uon the Scheme of Gov-
ernment lor the Coleridge
and Parry Schools, under the
provisions of section 32 of
the Education Act. 1890
(1890-121.
Mr. Adams: Resolution to
authorise the lease in small
plots to agricultural labour-
ers a panel of land of an
are;, of approximately live
acres forming part of 'Dodds
plantation situated in the
parish of St. Philip.
Resolution to authorise
the lease to the Vestry of St.
Michael of a parcel of land
known as The Princess Alice
Playing Field.
BILLS
Mr. Cox : A Bill intituled
an Act to encourage the es-
tablishment and develop-
ment of new industries and
to make provision for the
granting of certain relief
from package tax on customs
duly and income tax to per-
sons establishing factories in
connection with such indus-
tries and for purposes in-
cidental to or connected with
any of the foregoing pur-
P< I"
Mr. E. K. WaJeotl tabled a
question relating to the grant
of funds for the repair of
tenantry road* in the variottl
parishes.
Mr. O. T. Adder tabled
question relating to the low
rate of pay given to dav
labourers employed by the
Government,
The House t atSOd tlic
oond reading of Bill intitu-
led an Act it make provision
for the direction and super-
vision of the election of
members to serve m the
General Assembly of this
Island, the procedure .
elections, the expenses al
such elections and for other
purposes in connection
therewith.
Further discussion was
postponed until M-morn. c
when the HOUN n >
5 30 p.m.
Patient Discharged
MAL'DE MURREl.I.of Barbarees
Hill who was injured in an
accident on Baxters Rood on Mor-
day night about 7 30 p/cloth r/U
treated at the General Hospital
and discharged the same night.
Two buses and three bicycles were
involved In the accident. One wna
the National but M-12B7 which
was being driven by Cecil Bishop
of Bush Hall and the other wot
E-62 which was being driven by
Darnley Thomas of Western. St
James. The buses were nol
ii.ut aged
A Danish crew of fourone i
womansailed the trim htlli
pJoaaure jmcht Marianne into Car-
lisle Bay yesterday after a 2.700-
mile run across the Atlantic from
Madeira, a group of Portuguese
Islands in the Atlantic
Skipper Elmar Trastrup. his
wife Carina. Junior Elmar Tras-
trup end handy-majq John Staven-
OD are the Marianne's crew. Thev
are making this trip with the
Martaane to take her to John
Rudbach of Los Angaata, hea
American owner.
The Marianne is ,i Swedish built
yacht. She was built III '
at Gothenburg. Sweden, by Bertil
Bothina famous British ship de-
signerfor u Swedish Director,
(Jnorpjorn Holm.
Ghorpjorn Holm Mid h.r n i .
John Rudbach who has hind H-
mar Trastrup to sail her over lo
Los Angele*. Skipper Trastrup is
Hid he makes his living
by (ravelling lo places on which he
writes. "I thought it a line oppor-
tunity to use my pen". Skipper
Trastrup said, "and so I unhesitat-
uigl> accepted the offer to sail the
yacht to Los Angeles."
Captain Trastrup started off
from Co|>enhagen on Ma) !"l fOl
lieisingboig. Sweden prom Hol-
. ingbborg, he called at Falmouth--'
Englandbefore K"iiu; on to
M..,i.,i i H,. look Jl d vs- sailing
from Madeira bera
"Fine Sailer"
"Marianne is a Hue sailer."
thought the skipper's wife. "We
met extremely line weather
throughout the trip," she said.
"but we were ulw.iv on the
lookout i<" hurricane, Mnnwbui
that these are the i
hurricanes "
Labourer Guilty Of
Shooting With Intent
AFTER jury al the dun l(f (irand Seastons yocterdaij I
ltd labourer Darnley Provwtn oi Cot
Philip, guilty ol sh.KHitu^ at FJisia Weekcs with Intent t<
>li^likiuri' or maini or to ilu lu-i some >riewoui bodily harm.
The bfTancr w committed on ihem th*'. (f the) beUavad Ihm
May 20. 1951 Hi* Holiour the the uccuiad held a gun pom)
Chiat Justice Sir Allan Colly- {at Wvekes and llrvd it with ".
i.ioie postponed acntcnc-c. llov- Intenti n to malm 01
try* v.as repreeentco oy Mr. J. jharm to Weekes. ;
for
The Marianne i.-lies only ,
sails and somebody has glwayi
be .it her helm. The ikippe]
wife had ti do her bit of steer- jj
ing when the three men wore Uresj
or otlu-rwiM- enguged. With good
wind, the Marianne does as much
| as \2 knots. Her perform
' completely satisfactory durtBJj
the .iiproximately 5.000-mlle
ailUni from Corssnnagen hen
ltuCK<* Marianne carries a sojutri |H)
specially for saillnn with trade
winds. Her displacemut H
tons. She carries an overall length
of 57 feet, a (..mi of 14 ft. 10 ins.
and draws 8 ft. 4 Ins. of water.
She is scantly but comforiably
furnished. Cooking is done by'oil
Moves and lighting by oil.
Captain Trastrup intend* stay-
ing here until the hurricane scieon
is over. From Barbados he Is null-
ing for Los Angeles via Panama.
lie and his wife spent three
months here five years ago. They
hope to come back to Barbados to
live
Ueai while &|i" W V.
MOve, K.t. appeared nn nahau*
or the Crown. ,
ue prosecution alleged t.iat
MI -' 'Ml at t.wigo KO*l.
ihiiip. Darnley Proverbs who
not [rrond iff Eli>ia Weekes
I ai ner wvule she was sitting
D the t!j.a at -,'ie entrance to her
touh Weekes as a rasul,
Lull was wpunde.i UBOjH
let iigni oicd-t nc-
ivdicai attantion
The proeecultou railed on -ix
< pun.- the,i | ..
lerence caileo on m
Phe ArM wltnavs called fur the
at 'ion anal Rgt. S'aiiuuiiei
sakln who told the Court that wn
aj ! he went to Congo Ro.ut
Si Philip hihI mteivicw,ed Eilsia
Weejce*. who handed him a brown
and white petticoat There
-.nail nee in the uress ami
anottur in th* petticoat with sputu
of blood LaUt the ame night hv
m* Prowips on Congo Huad ano
tolo him that he was aecuanri *.
shooting at Eliua Week.-, aajd
arrested hun. On arriving al th*
Police station, Proverbs was ceo-
.unied and formally charged He
made .( statement which was read
over to him and signed.
Interviewed
On May 30 he went to Cong-i
Itoad. St. Philip wihen he imei
viewed Weekes again along wlti
btff -on Monty Weekes. -Weekes
pointed out a spot on the ioa-i
trom which he measured to her
house. Uiter the same evenln.i
he went lo r>i. Huftaoo't Uftir}
fend huncied him a sealed envelop-
He opened the envelope eho
ml..Hied .. sp.-llt hollel
He ti"k away the envelop)
and the spent imllet and hind
them >ii m.> :u n. in. iji \ .in
ment Analvst.
T Mr. Dear: Congo (toad ha-
no street lamps on It. When
the accused wan arrested he
saut nothing bul made a stale
menl al the Station A spent
bullet one that is discharged
from the cartridge.
rollee Constable tl Shepherd
of District "C" said he went to
Congo Road on May 29 and there
he saw Proverbs. He was
.1 ii' .ted .mil .iiitioncil ,n,l -..i..
nothing. At Dfattlict "C" Station
Proverbs was charged and cau-
tioned and made a statement lo
Sat. Gaskln who read the state-
iriefll to him He signed the
tetemertL
Mhdi Weekes wife of Hugh
Weekes ind inothci of nine
children told the court that she
knew I'rov.-rbi for three years.
Her son and Proverbs had a case
in the Court sometime ago
Kelt Burning
On May 29 between 8 and 8 30
in the afternoon she was Kitting at
her door utid her amii,i..ii m>
lluntesaid something to her.
Whde talking with her son Pruv-
erbl and his girl friend walked up
In front of her house. After they
passed Proverbs returned to hei
place and she satand a notea a
.mil she felt |
ing and shouted "Lord. 1-ook
duty to find him guilty
There was no evidence that thi j
house of the accused was searchev .
for a gun. He submitted lo then
that there afore two
which they coul.i
Dr. iiuii. said the warn i
ad three wounds on her righ
lde. The first wound was jboe
t Iim. Weekes and n
Prvverbs the ....,-. i re DO
friendly and she Is in Ins lo u)
hat F*roverb-< uenl on a high- '
* wlUt children BMysslJ on v
and iirr^g k revolver al her hll<
he mils UtiiiK in her Iioum*
It U for them to bellrcr if ilu
was the action of a -wne mar
and if ihrrr was a .i- ArKim
In their minds i..... It ws theli
duty i.. !... a verdict f no. '
Kuili. in the ease.
Mr. W W Baoaa la
the jury said Uutl then- I
no alibi. He told the i lhal what
they had to dorlcle .<-. whether!
the aecuseu was in thai i......I
that fTmc and arbethei he .*., ii
trumentol in the dlaehi i
buUet rrom the gun.
His Honour then summed US
for the Jury.
iOH riiiJ BEST IX
>l All HIS
ASM EtUt
THREE PLUME
MATCHES
AAY SAM*E
BVEm\ \\ Hlltl.
"MORMACGULF"
BRINGS LUMBER
THE Mm Mar Corm.ck
freiKhlcr MormM*rulr lr'H.aht
441.570 fp^t of lumber Irom KW
t. i tin MjulMidoH j'PMer-
duy.
LABOURER INJURED
Felix Ituyne, a iJbourer o.'
Combermere aHreol st. Michael
Involved In an aceldent with
thi motor bus M-1216 owned DJ
I the Diamond Bus Co.. and driven
! bv Hughbert Forde of Claphnn..
i St Mie#iael on ProliMi S-teet
[ about 4 30 i> m reateroay,
Bayne was taken to the c.
era! Hoacdtal and detained
Darnley Proverbs Shn<* Me." Sh-
helii up her clothe- and heard
| fall on the floor Him
husband took her to Dr. Hutson
and he attended to her (
To Mr. Itesr: The rOJkJ was in
darknaW H there are no street
lampe m that area. Weekes said
her bodv was not square to the
road ami Proverbs was oblique to
her. "Proverbs was wearing ..
felt hat but no coat. There was
an oil lamo in her house and when
Proverbs first passed her house-
she kept her eyes on him all the
time
When the explosion occurred she
did not see Proverbs' face but
knew it was he
Dr. Ilui".., said on Mav 29 he
examined F.lioia Weekes at his
mgerv ,,i Sterling. St. Philip.
nere were three wound* under
the tight breast, one was one and
three was seen on the inner g.urnent
The wounds he saw could have
been bullet wounds. They were
it Inched wounds and thev rOUld
IVO lieen self Inflicted.
Heard Kxplosion
AH.in McCollin a witness for thi
defence said <*i May 2t, 1951 he
Wag home about 1 to 730 n m
While he was home Proverbs came
In his place with his irtfe ""1
daiighler-iii'law. Proverbs was
given dinner and he ate with bin
While they.weie eating, he hear.:
in explosion like that of a revol-
ver which had been discharged
When the Police came PTOVett
srai -it ii home.
He could ;iot nay where Proverbs
> be c.iine to bis borne
To Mr. Magai McCollin said b'
heard the explosion while he wi
eating his dinner. Proverb* uan
to visit his house regularly
Mr J S. B. Dear then address-
ed the Jury on the | .- Il< told
FELL FROM LADDER
[aOp of Sunbury Tenan-
try. St Philip was detained at the
Qajnanl Hospital after he fell from
a ladder yesterday about 3 p.m.
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iez
Speaker Rules
Out Argument
WHEN M. 0 IV Alldei. S..
M ml.-i loi Si John, gave notlci
oi certain oueaUons in the Hun-,
vi .ie..|i,. in.- Speakei objeeted t
th Ium paragraph Ix-inj
bun iK.mting out that he ),.
un-viously informed the lion
Member th.it thai paragraph wa
disallowed by him on U i
th.it it con tamed argumanl
rba ii"ii Member bad ban
leminded about the fact that
Paragjaph 2. ,
before the meeting
vened. the S| soon as time fo Btvtng not! e
came, the llmi Member inslsteu
and read the punigraph
In making his report to tic
House, the Speaker -.nil that In
et-lixidered such action calculated
to bivotus the dbpleaaure ol tie
Chuir and to Infringe on ilu
Speaket'K privilege HO then led
It for the Honourable m
make a dacutlon
Mr. Adams member of the House ol '.
COUld attempt to qW I
Speaker's ruling and so he did
not feel It was neces t
Honourable Hous>< to y,\.- ih.-ii
vtewa, K Hi Honoui did tenb
I...Ii 'l,.,l IHUl.oti of Uv* i,ui
iu> aid, then fi.it wai
of H
Mr. t, i. w.-.\. ,-: (B) tald that
he was in agre.ii,rni with v\ en-
tiling the lion Senior Meuilx-. fo
st Joatph had said i n the mattai
He lakad the gpoaltei not to beau
as hard on eoma members as hi
would mi othen ib* feii thai hi
shoid deal htiie M...... ktndb
wild rhoea who knew les thai
with those who knew more
The Speakei In replj raid tha<
hi' .ip| ini.iti-d ilu- .iiiviie frorn th
o memln-r- who -poke but h
ntod to mafca it cleaj thai hi
had disallowiil, ovei and re
paatedly, questions Ol
of question* which
Honouruhle Member
itted
Oliiliiur?;
Mr.Walter Marshall
The death oeruired
evening at he reside
doe", Aquatic Club Oai
Wulter Marshall, lorn
agcr of the Barbad.
C ub.
Mr Mar> hull
Mr and Mis John M
li.mk Hail ..mi .,!(.. n ins vean
.i ,i u-ik .it DaCoata I i a Ltd
he was employed b> Uv
' i of tin I-
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ot the club and becaim Managei
ill 1B28. He -.a>-. tin club giov
Bbd conUnietd h
DeeemlMT HUB wtstn hi
n ing to iii health
.1 tig
i-ii' ind parcel
. I
he Club. With naval |--i
American*, he was i
guide ami . >* wili-
ng to offei Information
Barbadian of life
i! married
Ohent ol Trinidad whom he
leaves as a widow.
To Ihaaa end other relative*
deopeel sympathy will be ex-
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. Moraa -im iwo ti . i-
parfrrt Morning order
Itilr.K li.r hm.b. i ...idv.-ir or
viaMu atore V..
Ht.M. C i.ll
11 7 51
IB done i.n l v
S17 Sl-
ii Station WaaVon hardly
-*d. Hargaln tMOOa under currant, new
t Ii-lr-phoue 91 an
M 1 SI-In
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
nSSS* th Of nrd-r Of Mm
11 n Snlhrrl-nd wa mill aall ha*
Furnilura .n "Saudanliila" Cial-a.i
Road, which InclUdMI Vmili Arm Chain
nh prlii|C cinhi i. -.-.I- C.T. T-ble. "Jprujtit
Chan* in Mahos.ii.v: Dining and Side
U s ,, ,. ,.,, |. ,.
I
i ,f.nl N...ge ItalriB-
arato. i7 Cubu- Farli M-hng Mir d I'rea.
and Bmrai. Smgi. 1
Polnled Ptpm. Dieauna Tablc and Bed-
stead with Vono Spr.ne. Single Mahoaj
lled.ted Spring and Bin
OoU liun Chave Bed:
Claw and China. Dlnmi und Tea Seta:
l-ndir. KitcDrn Cirmil.. ] Burner
i i .". Enamel
-nd Alum Top Cupboard.. Kitchen
Table*. Dommiuri Wahin Machine,
i wallhlt, C~xxi Laini Mow.
iarteaTa V
ho do n.
l-o-n the VMn are invited lo take |M
(ee-p-iin. vacancy, provided that
H-.dma.ler In prraon or In.
rntma not later tlian the H

I rn.ithv v.nald
I out* Mtlrod
4 Bart. Joseph G'nrf
I :t"bett Auittn
Seale Kriih I 11 InajalijM
7 Browne. Franklyn oiullr
W il.

I
La>i-
a
Timothv
'
iT.n-m A>.,paatr
17 IVIgiivr. Hobe.
Hi Walk,.
IS low-,
Allan Archibald
II Can i lolph
-. p/aJb i-
U Raid. Ceonfe Uncoln
:i Mi.rg.n .van I lndaa
i'. ",dd DrlJale
m BaiuiiMer. Arkfy alt-Ivor rUrrourl
.A ".....-tr'IWM
.-. Walker. McDonald
.* .,- Simeon SSCIair
* Graham. Bllnga Bogr
;il Wiltaidrr. Erirk Adolpr,
B PolUrd. Fu.lacr Tnrroi
'3d lamg. Col. in Cleopha.
"S* Km K lirnrliri I
o Waterman. Klon.lt M.mt.l-i.
M. Naarla. ttaklna Anton
Tt Sandiford. Alwvn AnUtaay
J> W.lrond Allan PranrH
J- Maial. I"eter l.nin.
I Kelt! Andrew t'arlul.-
.1 I.--I- Hu David
.; BYathWalto, NeMlle Clalrmonte
43 Young. John Anaon
44 Heli-m. Uaneaaah
41 tlr.uglut Brat IJewell.it
i | llugti Tatrlch AlhellUn
47 \v .r.l tl, tin Anthony
4* Yarde. Keith Alfred
4" Dartow. Rudolph Caill.le
>M lt.t'1 V loi ( ...,
SI AlUml.
IS 7 SISi

Sports Model. Woiwirv it
:1 .1
I11S Colo a. Co. Ltd. II 7 ni 7n
....
.'.river, Mileage 3MB
Ujvink l.lni.d. Telephone J4JB 01
25 7
- Three wheel pir
. -i i A|.|.H I. 0M '
b .. mm :i i
Ml

Stoto>

* here I
34U
Maim
Jraorl
Drug
Uarae
Mon
M.i
Ut
ll looks, Winter Coal snd other item.
Bale II 10 o'clock Term. CASH
iriirirtiMTT. ikoiman & to.
Aur Monet r*
Fl i: Title
at including I a J
...
Llthl Brackit*. Table Ij
lum a Han i

I i-o. Ltd C
!< In Chi.in.
I Mlrrari -ti
-.ten DUI jan.i
e. trlc.l Dep.rl-
H-t.kl -
I'HHIi) KFIa-KIGrUtATOR: *<, eubhc
ft. Full width liee/mg chamber Bran*
new unit. Ilerondltioncd Ihroughmi!
may be Inipccted at Lac Yaid. Chaap-
... App| H. L Srrllh. Sandford.
H Philip 7 I M-t.f.n.
mixi aiu> bulbs -an w.ti- n....n-
.i ."i Wm llv *
J4 7 51 In
\l'i P. HI VTARTawtl Dinct-on-lirte
nil Star.Drit-i will. Single Phasing Pre-
ISM [), ,-..*>.. Co. IJd
Drpt 34 7 SI -l"
I1ATTEJIY KADeO 1SSI
Limited, Swan SHe'
n -] ?..
NOTICE
I Hi i" Or KU.N1 TIIOMt
SEALED TENDFJtS will be rer
by Ihe M the 4i
August 1*51 lor the removal nl
the <
I Oast .i. la x-
iKed on
II.-.1 ut Glenflale
Tot in.pocHon
aSSJll
-
Strong Hops Plantallon.
Chunrh Warden
1 j T 11 4n
| i i.artlrulara
i- .i i- ii
Te.d.l
LIVESTCK K
IIORSF. One :
!' by Bandit, r
laid. Played

Cox Phone 44*
nil-bred chestnut geld-
ilng seven year., nftecn
lie season'! polo; |ood
Apply. Major Skewei-
NOTICE
it *At.\T JO.IPS
, marked nil Ihe envelope,
for the Erection ol a Pavilion
iheuj will be if-ii-d By mn
.il Iha P.rnchUI Treasure' fhSlce up lo
.itunrlnv llth Algu.l. 1SSI ICV Iha rr*C-
ilion at the Bat
Ing Fl'td
Mi H H M
i ,.r at o.e Parochial
Treasurer OfRe*. UathUiob.
Each icnd-r pasjss tlaaSUT two .uretie.
nf C4SS each for Ihe due
u( Ihe .millact
The Social Committee doe* not bind
M the lowest M any lemlei
J MEMTilN M.e.M:rv
Secrrl.r-. Social Cocrunlttae.
laM '-Unwind, are the SI
Ian* SI "
l Year be-
nmng Tuaaak IS ISM.
d to mU at tht Hsjad
master s oAVe ainmr the -
I i
.1 Fee-
How ell. Timothy

Raalartck
Wlutli... I
a i ..

II..II Ueoiae Eihelb'it
So,HI.. A.tlmr Wiii.ii!
11.11. IMmtiii.l \Ui
wortwu, Kent
Wilkinson. Samuet Alsicm
tJilmlh. Eri i I i .i
Mapp. C Llewrl! i,
i pa, Duval Anthony
15 !*pr.iigei H.mm.oid A
IS I .hn i.i.-l. Allan I
I AnlhOnv
II llder. Wavell C
19 Gixnlrldge Tr-vnr Inmoiil.
.
RuflV P*
33 Thompaon, Paul Aii-in
.n OtHana, We.le. Mtci.ni
I'rank WWall

ict of ih si,000 or
might ft up at
: ....
:..i If!.,
1"ii I. (antas
((.:.l
than :
D> 5"t*tton 35 which r.

i tatini of
i.mber ol ImIIo'.
"That is not good enouati'- On!,-
u> no fundamental
. the lUUMtal
Mr. Craw find l i^raonally see
no reason why twenty-one days
hould elapse between Nomiin-
MMl aWrtaOB l'i> Issll
Tlui, mn' .1 few >ritioti. In-
I .. h..M in found u dltt.-
tha .i-t part of
DurlaM] the houra
tint tin' |-,u it, open up.ni BM M
-t.n shall, for the
uurpoae of promoting or pro-
curing Ihe election of any candi-
v hand of im
N.i ixMwn shall play
any baixt ,h hum. .it .n> n
liat or In any procession bold
[car itM purpose of promoting or
procuring the election of any
3 Every person who eontrs-
LfM provisions of this m
tion shall, on conviction by
i url ut Sninmary Jurisdiction
Im- h.ible to a line of one hun-
i onmeitl
for three months''
I antavlic
Thai iniic was not Msted.

r.ill up.ni pajaj meant that during the cam-
i i> pubttc I'.nkn .mi uiuiot hire any band
I ..:..- a] ., It is aJosolutC
I inldiiK hi whuli .i [kiUiiii! >i.t- H vim want to say nobody should
ItUSU pMfe ti nillnrru.i tM aJlOWSd t" h.ive nisaaC to In*
I U) total (Ot Hi Liiuli- tcrrupt a rival candidate's meet-
far to U BTtSU lOI what can- ll>B would agrr.
.. i:..ii.l> I.i i.iv it .lown lh,ii no
"i sssal yOtOtL" person should hire any band or
Ul (,..i h..M- .tin music even_ ssy
; Ml Croprford -Un-
I U haVO fjo| a \,.\ ,,f num..
employ c.inviiwers. jrou bum
' canvassiiig up
i Da) Some of us have
1 ..'i to nesr tn ths polling sta-
tion aim
a,iv to voto fur us | am con-
months beton tht .!
absolutciv fsnU
Mr. E. K. Wal. nil (E) P-mtcc.
out It might be raaSaOffJWr) to toak*
onM ."'"'"ii tnti t' Um b-UL inn
i i tainly a very necessary
one .mil b* Wl pat ind to slip*
rl H
Mr. Warn* - meed that tins aortlon peiu.hs nil n| ,H, lm. In^rttiu , make
l| H.vtion .,,. ani,.11,imenls. He to*, did not
.."id men rereired to |iavo all> t,,,,Kjrtunlt tn ic.ul the
M whlrn "'ads: Mill until ul-iut nine i hi. o'eloeh
EtrOT) pOrtOD who iH-tween the nisht before and it did appear
the data . The Hill was
by ihe Oovrrnor-iii-Kxeniiuo MCtjOaary mic but it could
CriiTiJtuttoa of .i urn lot pm- bardli I xpactas. that -.i par-
l iv )! ,-nil.l gftM wilh every pro-
aftct poiUnfl it iiich etoetioa peal
(whethor In a tenoral .iciion it was the iii-t time, he said.
i | .,!!..., m- ""' ha had Mai I ll> hon senior
i '! .p.iw with another 'n.mlw r tor Christ Church posai-
to ,,t ,,. .. diwnterl) msonoi ,lU 'V i'-'-'y iH'r,-is,-.-.,..
With provaol the '" -i***'t thinking that the Gov-
n Of Ihe hu.in.ss ,.f ^^''L^*.?^"^
..-..nil" i .'i mi- iimiin" m _,_______j___, _
pUbik -mux- ..Ned ic, us. :rr,z^,:;,
ling tht lac- Jv(' .
tion of a candidate as a mem- ,,, 'ln#? -j
i for the hon
St Andn
mi
ber to
UM) (li-nii.il
thai ki'Vcimi
amllniig Whir.
ii i had suggested
in his Address, that
it should undertake
IS MiO'iuird. Frank Alvi,,
17 Small. Ijall Winston
h Arthur, Knv-ii Allan
IB MnUley. Hi....., DoCosli
30 Taltt. Anthon- lowim,.
u iioii. Clrra oihinet
..; Gajafeln, Morvan Andre-
'j (o.i rtwajti "I- -
3* Morn- Uakf At-...
Ilimce
a loioai.i bkm.
H TSflOr. Joseph DaCn-ta
?B Walton. Robert Michael
Ofkl.....
Loro/

4J Yrorwood. Aul
II."!. n
4> Garretl. *>ars..

Government
Seek Control
.1 be ruDly of an . ,.Xpens.-s and" not the V. tn,-
*" he bad ti ie.i to stop bun and hao
IfcaD i ,i l asjri if Sum- ,,P1 hlm lh;it lm. K,IV(., nm,.ll( hl(.
" i ' Mdj oaddad on that it wsi
line of one thousand dollars or K,,.i howOVl tilling him s.
' m be sun kept mi to nn.ki thi
.no be Incapable dui big a period point. 4
Of Hvr tin- dale i,f Mr Adams liiu.ll> hinted thai i
rtrod might be neeesssry lo put I few
n elettiH 0) tfOUtlf at
t'h-tlnH."
Mi Crawford said that after
| | .
nict.Bg the t'U'ition inuler demo-
n.it i. innditions. and as long as
one tlui inn Indulge in violi'tici-

in. thing nl the
...ii (hen no roaaon why he
uld nut '.i. "inn thing at j pub-
lli n ting it he wanted to
ii, iiggestlnjj that it
thouhl be done in a blood-thlrgt)
i ill. .me of the
i , of i lection can .
tin .iiniiuiit ol oppoM-
t.....
V ,i. iml ihititig tHshopn,
..ut ire elf. tlui; politicians nnd
the public should have full OppOl -
., ti,
The Hill
ill it r colon:
rag idjoui i
in the Bill
rai then given iU see-
.n.l fintliir discussion
. d until inmorrow
6 Hurl In Storm
ARBQUIPA, 1'Kltll, Julv 24,
vviii.k ..I bun ii ne loti whli I
ii.ireied tii' rnounWa >ny toi l>
hours lefl six persons injured
' i, e ,1 theni Ml nn.sU II
ed extensive propert) damage.
i he i"" biii.iii.Hi hurricane
dust storm blew the rtMaal oil
i... i ea m the porjulsi aoeUon oi
the rjaky aSad BMaaaaad arVaanai atroeti
a/tth rallen brtea it
t;oVKIINMK\T NOTICK
aj from pane 5
dind man t
UM
It should
i-rite.
(I.) said that
Hid......
Bards the
FURNITURE
OFPICE CrlAIrUtJust received
I ipmenl of Office Posture Chairs i
hre* point adlustment He- ItaBMI lo-
ll T Geddea Grant Ltd or Di.i **-
In hi* Ne.
Hntot Ttir-
hi
I'ililH nl HUM. SALE
On l-rMx. Ihe au.> IIBI
ot tha hou.
'he hlBhe-tt
l.iuder lor an. Sum HOI under the apptiis.
ec! value All lhat .-rtaiii ptOOl "I Las t
iboul 1440 | (i
. butting and bound.
. ..i,
road, on und. of Or, | m
'ranre. at Goc-dl.
-.H. Ihe Cl stlol '.'
A.

otfir.-d to you: Mag
HO a p. : lurch Dinlr.il
. Rmh L'pnght H
h^ir. 110 m a or. Bus',
pr rtleel An
M7I
ml i
i. and from Marti
and 1w. i CSM
n.rd Slewai
1
43"JW ef B ^SS'' D.po*it I., he paid on day
'.
T T lir.MilJV
I Mi .
_ 1 Provoat Marshal's OflWr.
.3411. da of July, IsSl.
MISCELI.ANTOUS
ANTIQL'KS Of eiaee description
Glass. China, old Jewel., fine Rllver
Water-colour* Early books. Map.
A.mgraphs ate. at Oorrinice-. A 4
Shop, adjoining Ro;al Yacht Cub.
1 t SO t ( r.
70 Iar'ts Kain
In Si. Joltn
*" i dim ioiirarA.it
Start saving you
>: tie Boxes. Within a short while
nay be Ihe winner of one pi the follow-
r til Pure SM ot, Ind **r.re MS W.
lid Pine M 00. I 7 Sl-Mn
Tht heat tor yester-
day -.
idant Tootnist. John where TO parts
"'fall. The 9 ll Four
Roads reported that much of the
rdei

dical llti
FLOWERED OIL HKIN In lleautl't.l
: i i i
1 -* >ard l .-r will I*
K.rpalam. S3 Swan Si I
B 7 SI 1-
We be, t
i notify our ruMomrrt
lhat our Parts Department will be
V ciu-axi i rroaa Mon-
V day. ar-h July, for a week. Alw
| 't.alr and Kerv .
\ nierils will be rk-ird
aafel annual
\ holidav There will be a skeleton
A ataO on duty for cmrrgancie*.
POLMMasM K-ep your
'lonr In good tondition with Johnaor.'-
Dial Sana Da Coata ft Co
.td. Ekrc. Dept S T SI In
to a l
also be given
could not read or
Mr. O. T. Allder
It appeared there
discrimination eg fi
closing of cluhs im
He felt lhat if small tr
to refrain from doing b -
liquor on Election Dey, it shoul i
be done in suPh a v/ay :t |
could say, "You have fa i
small trader to elOH Ins bUaBUM
hut you have said or done nolhln
as regards the big httels.
T notice that club- are huh
tioned and liquor buslns i
,i. mamUonea, but -t* all fcrno*
IhM hotels considei th>
lilTeunt from rum shop
n octal (lull win !
b -old "
Another point was the
'f allowing j>eople In gn w|tj
'lliteratex to the bOOthl to eaf"
their vntes for them. "I wag hop-
ing to see provision for the use of
boll ;i done in Jamah
ind Trinidad. I think that would
my to aaasii t U
Would not di'tlnttinsii the names of
lidates.
"I hope that .it the pTOp>
an amendment wll
include the use of symbols."
Mr. F. Miller i|.) geld
was n't '
u,: there ihould ! thi
tion of the selling of rum on
Deetlon i^ )
He did not think tin
n.ent would find it necessarv to
uso symbols It the .-lection.
He thought Itarhad-r. ought to
be barjea
v*ere thi-. wai l
*ary. It wa. not a goo i
on any country whicj
Ul
H

aasmry nd he u,,-. .,
given an opportunity to n akc Iho
4
Mr. h a. Orawterd n i
that he would have liked
wo.k wai held up in the lleldl bv I mor* "m0 <> read the Bill full,
the IntcrmilUnt shower. "^ wrnpam it with sim.l
other districts ( llsn '"", Colonial legislation
I'lstncl A" 30 parts, Dis-1
tlict "C" 41 parti. District B
parts. District "D" 14 parts, and
n
Cuntact with thi
0OT and In some
cases it was dlftlcult for U
tor of the
Station to Ms branch !

APsaUcattooa iraj Invited for the I'.ist .if Stenographer-Typist ir.
the Adimnistratii ii Ixpm tinrut (Legislative) SI. LAicia.
The po-! |,eriMi,ii.ii le ..rid i.iriies a salary of 11-200 plus i
M hviiig bonus ,it the iijmv.d rate Thi appoint-
i '. '!: I.....I Orders in fni, .
fi.im tUM to time
The candidate nleetod iVUl be appoaaited on a probationar>
i one real In tne and lna**uica and will be required to taki
Of meeting* tif Ihe 1 rn il and perforrr.
such oth'i Tn-s a* may be assigned to him
.
Coat of passages of appointee and taUnll] (Up to a maximum ol
t) will be paid in the first Instance and is refundable If the appointee
I potourient within one year.
Applicants should furnish full details of qualifications and expe-
i oinpanted by at Uaat two tes'.imonials and a certificate ol
fthieh should reach tin
later than :ilst July. 1931
Administrator. Si Luci
31.7.61
not
I O 11:.
--.'.'-'.-e',-,.',-.',',', ,',',-.',-,',-.-.'.
RECORDS: Charlie Kunf. Bin,. tw-m night tl
Ltd if aT-lfa '-(-ported. Only one trafnc acci-
-----------.-------------------------dent occurred In D
motor car ran ;nto the
f^:l^!^r^Cll,,B'da;c:;, - a moving truck du. to a wet I
El-ctrlca! Dept M 7 SI n road.
NOTICE
Dr. Prfsrsd B. OVak
begs to inform hi. I
that h. < a closed
from Saturday 38th July,
and will b- re'Opt
onday ZOIh August.
ITEM'S TO CHOOSE ER0M.
r.-11111! Spread: (hrrv per lb I'earlim: trull Salad Tin*
Whole To malax*; I.Ms CryaUN: Hmakfast Kulla; Salad ONUM
OUva till In tins: HorlkUs Malted Milk: Hams In tins: Klim
5-lb. Iln. t.ouda Cheese It lb. blocks; Nescafe Cocktail Onions
Olive-, -niiied A I'liiin TIM Toffee and Peppermint*.
lAVIIIIIs IAMBUS 111 HIM M I.IQIHK.
SHIPPING NOTICES
HAIiKLSON LINE
OUTWARD rROH THZ UNITED KJH0D0M
ran-]
8.S. "TRADER"
SS EXI'l.otlKH
SS "STI'IIENT"
" AOV1SER"
NOVELIST
SS "HEHI1SMAN"
SS
-s
From Leorrs Due

7th July 22nd Julj e*
I^H.dnii 7th July 2lrd July
I^rndon llth July 26th July
Glauow 12th July 25th July
London UrtJ J1U3 6th Aug
Ijwerpool 36th July 7th Aug
OfcuewARD roa raa dnitbd -jwodom
Closo U
ss "scui^r- ..uv-ra5. SSnZX!.
IIHFSMAN" ..Londmt lh Juh
S STRATEGIST" Gr-.no,K 2IM Jul.
ror funh.r information tpplr tc -
DA COSTA A CO^ LTD.AaaaaS
Canadian National Steamships
boirnsoIwo
Naaas .f Ship
I ADV MEIJKtN
i AN CHttlJULK
i*AN i. m i i -;,: h
1ADY IHlllNKY
can coNarTTUaTTOR
t AtV NKlJJON
S) June
la July
SO July
> July
13 J ily
33 J ily
I Aug.
4 Aul 13 Aug.
II Aug.
IS Aug 3 Sept
u J .
31 Julv
a Aug
14 Aug
II Aug
NOBTSSOINS
All
Naaas af aaip Baras
Aril.** Armas
I ADV NELSON
LADY ROPNgY
IADY NELSON
I.ADY HODNEY
7 July l July
3S Aug Aug.
! Oept II Sa^f.
1 Orl IS Oct.
7 Aug.
Sept II ,p|
a. -nrsn * Sapt 3 Oci
37 Oet Oet | Novt
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.Agenta.
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
I BSSA Jim Jui^ M
* AtlAUBMNOX and AiifUO U
i turn ],,, A.igu.i itni
stiiisi. i ii i......n -,*,,
AatnrsaUAM
. OBANIBSTAP Sth Aug.i.1 ISt
II INt. lo ii I'M. in i ..in. i
AND USMROkTOWN
BOXAIHt Jl.i J,,|v (Nl
" **ffP*$* ''" Auglirt I
orm a -j;ih Augusi itai
-Mils,!, in iHIMOtli im,
CI'RAt 4 0
BRA lath Aug.,.i 1*91
s..n a i ti LTD
A....I
FRENCH LINE
Cte Ole Trsnsstlantique
"(AIIJNO TO
ENGLAND A FRANCE
S.S. "Colombie" 22nJ. July
i I'M. via Martinique and
Guadeloupe.
Have you a noisy Gear Hox or Differential ?
We recommend 4.IIIM III A*
1'roduM of Germ l.ubrlcanta Lid.
i imh vi loiunn i.tii.
Corner of Br<
Wm. FOtiARTY LTD.
./## i n. i mi on a SONS i.i it.
Ill VI. ISIATI.
"Thi- on* In John M. Bladon a UnUng look* sa though It might
ami us. Wa had bettor call and bar* a chat with him as I know
from In, reputation b will give, u- all tha balp he can and in any
ra.a tin usually baa for aala everything worth having "
I Oil A Hf. Ill %!IO\ AMI
AF S .* V A.
Phone 4640
Plantations Building
NOTICE
We beg to notify our Customers
and the general public that we
will be closed to business from
Thursday 26th to Saturday 28th
July, for the purpose of. . .
STOCK-TAKING.
Our Office will be opened however,
for payment of accounts.
NEW ARRIVALS
STYLE PATTERNS
BRODERIE ANGLAISE,
ORGANDIE ANGLAISE.
Wm. FOGARli LTD.


X
III.Ill
II Mill MHIS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY. Jll.Y 25. IJJl
36 Asked To Trials
For Trinidad Tour
NOPLA) YESTERDAY
i.\ni
THIKTV-S1X player* nave oeen mvitcd to prat
itn [or< i a*' tTrinidad w!
place either in September or Oclojber Th-> exact date will
Imtl
I ei i haw been lavited
Men: < Geoffrey
C. A


Ev-

> Inert Hanmsi-
I
Johnson, Michael Mortimer'
| ii
roana.
I...at in. : Ai >, i
'.. |
thy Warren. M.nj Knight. i'egx*
*"""* pui fnUaiMt m.hi.'.
Taylor. .'< Jean Mc
M.C.C. Team
Tour Camula
tied by L. W. V.
Kobms. forme i

the first n Knight,
Itv William*.
137
Denis Compton Hits s^rf^l8t
. ^- K ^ i 514I\atOut
His 97 th Hundred
Ihtriar Makes Fine Start
July la.
FHEDDIE JAKEMAN. of Nor-
~u>nt*. who hit the Mason's top
individual score 258 not mi*..
nrainsi Essex on Monday, ham-
Bv FRANK ROSTRON mcred another ITS not out against
July 19. Surrey at the Ova)
HARD ,.n the trail of h,. r-ndredth hundred1 ,, Den* M ^**?&,%!
Compton. icorinfi a charscterislically gay ISO in three ina c^m^e. bowUnj last rrWay.
a halt hours lor Players against some Gentlemanly bowling f)v him 514 rum in three
lay in hi* favourite antting. Lord's, he made his Inninisnd not once wu he oui
,h, tnree-figure .core ol *. se.son and the 7th first- JJft h^hjM.* jgj
nowaday*"" prophets of cricket
) M K IKIN
I
II'. .
r. Janice
JACK /K/N UHFIT
TO PLAY IN TEST
i .:, Sutber- in " " n*ea ehiiiihIim
lXNDON,Ju.y24
l Jack Jkin. ihe Lancashire opening
,. , ,.,.., Qe i ofll to play in the
on Sunday juiv (o i nnlng at Leads on
-I-., i to be
No water \ Vorhshtre.
4 Mr Wai-
U i Mai hall. I
i |ub Y -


Clarke
4 H
The lout
months. About 3<> n.ju-hes have
The lean) h W '
ridi i> Uni
W G Kefuh.....lv I
N Barl

I
H
rset >, M. H
jtB ...... i ,., -.
rel. A W. 1 il
i i Kenl). A 'i
I i Cai
:
i II Chei-
oxford University and
'
(,n>nada Girls
Arrive Today
Yorluhirf (SO for 6)
IW Villaige
Green Taeties
July 18.
. and vi.-
. .nK dual hour ol
1 the Oval
lass century of his career.
On tin* form Compton. lem-
parnUttana,
feould be u> more than two or
I aha ix hind his old rival
1. ii Hutlou in b<
.tenth player to achieve the "triple
Bo <-ll was Complon's timing
functioningnever have 1 seen
an thwackatrg his oeeer drives
with mote power and pacethat II
seemed a cameo of his golden
- 1M".
Then In his record season's ag-
gregate of 3.816 he
Leu dt'iimlrd
It .t- all Ihe sunshine of
1947 yesterday and OOtM of tin*
sorrow a unsuccessful vite-
ruptaln last winter in Austra-
lia. Instead, it was Hut ton. Star----------------------------,---------------,-----------------
Saaaaiacuoul SS^J^WWSS^Si tSTu^&, when" he took
Suffering from .. beutaed back l ''"'>*/ o* Jr. L', .. for 41
Injured llu- day before in a suicide flighu-d the ball well in his llrst "j^ ^ al ,( no|n yw,Uird.IVi
pOatUOa < Tin- (>..! Bag ii|.M-M-ntative game. whan, in long spells of bowling, he
U-n demote*! kjmajlf u> Kxperlence wa, u,,. only nuin to He down
(I".....ttlag '>nir. Nigel Howard took over the ^ropc.Btershire His tigurc-.;
.s-ift and subdui-d. Hution for rapUmcy of the Gentlemen from 421378^4.
i i t-.iv Old Master. He Yat.tley M Yardley's exprvss ------------------------
l i | UUtlnp "f 1. which wlsn< to give him experience be- CLUB PREMIERE
ban Dsvnaaa baanad him foru m8 forthcoming leadership of xcmmic toiipnamitmt
ordinary off-break. thc M.C.C. teem in India. T95v? TOURNAMtM I
Another, once again lo suffer by |[. handled the limited bowling THERE will be no play this
, .n with the sparkle of ihe al his disposal well, except for afternoon.
mvis ( OMITON
glojm. Hail, this moining.
Parade of Youth.
Step forward No. 1. 18-year-old
Colin Smith, of Lancashire. Colin
left his Stoekp-irt chool just a
week ago. Yesterday he was
invited to try out his fast medium
bowling on Hampshire.
Colin look one for 32. Not
startling. ma>be Bui Ihe recori
book won't tell you that repeated-
ly ha beat the bat.
Now No. 2, another Lancastrian
20-year-old Tom Greenhough. nd
like Smith, making his debut.
Tom's spinners gave him three
lor 45 m 14 oversand M OtlmU
bowled experienced Neville Itogers
with a googly.
Here's No. 3Gloucester's 20-
year-old off-splnner Brian Weil*.
making only his second appear-
ance His first was against So
See our fine line of
LADIES'
PLASTIC
RAINCOATS
s-2.au ;,.
and
PLANTERS"
UMBRELLAS
si. ii eg.
CAVE SHEPHERD
& (0.. LTD.
10.11.12 & 13. BROAD STREET
i. . luh. 01 otirBi ....-j.ki.....mea Martina b) putOm Harlai en al
,u, by the sea-m-. heavlo,! KOrer. who ,hc wron, ,.
Thursday's match
'III be
thai Ytvkablre i

I set to mad.- n most impressive SO bflorc
being out II... to Yarrtloy. Players cloamg tolsl ot S43 for Miss
Bui then Robertson, by long eightmodest comiderin ml Gilnics.
Ladles Sinslr,
A Griffith VI
Fans Barrack
Gibb's 138
July 18.
Paul Ol
wtefcet-

for g*scx ill Northam^---
day. Ar.
....
.
ears befor lunch and
stolidly went on batting They
made the game lafe I till
went on batting
ril.-v k:i
381 ( even and a lame draw
Yes, Essex kept i/icit
record hut tbtj loal l lot of
gdsabn
I --day froip Onanada to pl*y
Island Team* chosen ban UU
Itarbado- Net ball League.
, will also be matches suth u panic lhat Yorkshire lost _. to m9 Middlesex learn- between ihemwas a reward for c. B. Forde and W. DeC. For
Olympls cinb gad Qua* ,x n in In woring 30 and had to___tj_ J

The II xt
And it ri caused .,,,,. , arcustome-l to being a Compton and Robertson scored 210
. .. .... il.i Vi.-liiriirsi liis.1 "' ... ,,_ .______ . -.------------ iWa-; ,fits> a ipiEarrl tot
Men's Double*

,,iv .^ follows :
.,.. Club
CAkmr -t * >' 1' <
jim> aw
OlyrniMa- '!
. 1 IN p n
i
_ id >t Qua*
Aumi-t Hi>\
I Qui i i.

be- conlenl

ol runs eddad toi the ninth wicket
Lock (23) in a
valuable stand that exasperated
ihi Gentlemen's sustained keen- Vs. J
,,, mate^d.^*^ c!mf T |m m..f ....., u,h, ^
Cr.v.n,, wh -,>U.h .......I I- tt-lH- ^
K-unttMlly he was caught hop- their head-..
ind Ix R. Black-
Hea's Silltles
Eiiwatds vs J. Robi
,>r.'
. *tn Am
I '
Savage has kindly i
, i ;i ,
Maggat iiuiton
> seemed fa
SHERMAN'S BODY TAKEN TO USA
NAPLES. July 24
>l plane left for Wash^
Cricket Results
,-itl it faul.iri- le a wailing plat
a minute ssemed tar A spe.ii.l plane let! lor wao- at Ihj nearby airport *'> '">";
..,.. /. ,, .. ., oi^walrelTed
. | H m Chl< N ival OporaUoni Earl.er. .oldiers. sailors,.and
.nd found big hitting was imposs-
ible against the short-pitching,
high-rciini; deliveries of Bedsn
LONI-DN Julj SA
Knaliah first ci
|ust short of a length,
eld and no-
il rmen stood
Sh-im-n was "honoured in a at ,''enlinn while ihe bod>- w
simple ceremony BtoMJ aboard. The niht to
Shermans fiag-diaped coffin Washington H expected lo lake
was loaded aboard a foui-englned about 29 hour^
: gaa i plu td Ma
287, South Afti-
U It. I- eight.
Hampshire beat the clock by Mlddltsix 271. Surrey 284 for
nine minutes nnd W I ree.
by five wicket- M Soiunamploti. Sussex 294 and 32 (or
It looked oh, so easy at lunch, li>9
when Woi War\M.-l)ite 1H4, and 25 for
run on and had lost eight wickets, 'wo. LanaaaMra 333 foi nine <(< -
But U.wlert Re ivu- EMel .red.
Quunorgan *! Tin wvn. de-
i . n...........
cnckal raaultfl liahlnd-wa-Wl84 Ws>n, Alec,
invite- tl loeom-
. Lad b) Butti
..inph. they did.
navy aircraft at Naples. The plane
arrive in Wash-
HOWUIU, l>ttM>MHl K *
wlckel
of 77.
iimi..-

So In H
I 8li in 48 mu. lb
did it in 39 minules.

Tom Qoddard, Oloueei
Id 4fl
leln.d fro i ticket, lie
. county in 193]

!'4 ruii-.
i I 2-iU II imp

1
two. Not 300.
ire 1
four. Yorkshire :,:: foi

, .
Devon isz for eight.
-CP-
heduled lo
uiglon tomorrow.
The rlnal plans of Sherman's
burial in the Arlington National
Cemeter> awail the wishes of his
Nina off lift over; four wlf0i , wr,ose arms he died on
,,l! the aaeond Then, wilh the gunij8y (rom heart atlack. A 11-
,1 10 II itb Wad hUM drive minutc religious service was held
i .11 one "f Ihose tantolislngly short abolirti the U.S.S. Mount OIv'pua,
pitched balls and mlscueo for ,ne neganip of Admiral Robert
Constable tn lake u stmple catch in Carney, the Commander-in-Chlef
fors, ot lha Mediterranean fll
|w?oo ..iwueMMiuUv UrM.to Th|. ,r,nBl prayer, by Ihe
pull the next ball and a catch was w. chaplain, LI. Commander
. n in lAKk at long Q (. L:,kiiril| reminded that -Sher-
on, 19 f ,.!, ol We.l.-. Ii......-delences-
* '"; aimed at p Irength
' l" Th,- men ol Ihe is MwuTer-
2 ranean flwt, who ware eommand-
" ad Ii- Sherman before iKeomiog
olall Balder. ,hi. '1|lrunh,l( s ,,.., .
'k -U tor 3 HlolM mientl) Ihrough llu
on the ship's deck.
I'nui I'S ilestroycrs. recently
,,,,..1 ritniiieil from Ihe Korean
WHAT'S ON TO-DAY
Court of Grand Sesaleos
10.09 a.m
Court of Original JurUdu
lion10.00 a.m.
Police Courb>10 uu a.m-
Police Band gives a concert
at St. George's Pasture si
1.45 p.m.
MubUe i lueiiu ilvea concert
at Marshaira Paahsre, St.
I'hillp at 8.45 p.m.
CINSHAS
lilab* i .Ham Chin. - p -.
i ... iB.ISirUl i'...-... i ii,.
l..".-, .1 I i. p "i "J*
I Kim Oni
.- HARHISOK-GHAY
This 'foolproof weapon
can be dangerous
''WO important Mo|
ihi le Bi lgi iyei
itiurkwaod in modera-
ind "Handle with
care "
1 lie u.iu.'.Uii! tlttpUcitt ol thH
. . .
iiiun. ant, Ai grsi stgtii IU*
iiieetian: > seem looJoroof Trie
. \ i np b d M it'.nv.i*d
ot Are-siiowina
an t' ineriiorlsea
nil data goes
nachioe and out
. '
!* me
. | (0P
u.l u i i.iaf.-i.l
In !..
i
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rd i'..
n<: kti B-acUtf "it .u-i wiiti a

., i) iT I, 1 %'Q I

..41. el

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seL-.i* too high inroua
Um Of Uis eonveuiion I
North opoDOd Um t
hand will: One Spade ami was
-II pleased with Souths lump
Spadai
I tl. i.
Han li at m j. was the ideal
hand !r Uia . I in Uie South li. i
. ..itldence. It So I
or.e Ace enly, a comrac; ot I'm
Aoii'd stil! be sale
nut
to be ...
? VMS. V
9 7. A i I .
Notiii nad to pi.iy in Km
.iid witi. h [he opiwncii.
: -i tl.rec r\Oat
I I , I .
I
Nor:ii
:
1 _' .

.,-. ot Squi
i aaath napin-n to iipiit
o Art, no inn show them
Aillu
| rig run OUI
in aiiempting a rlakj
p seven balls. 22

Similarly, KelghUj g l

k up. 27
i I
,vlth onlj
five minute left
i v. i forl
i-.
i a ith lha score 30 lor 5.
. bat hke a baaa-
II hlltCI P '<'" '"'v
' I
.nit iii th
Upon the
Pimples Go
Cause Killed in 3 Days
The vary first application of Nh-o-
arm beglna lo rler -> plmiil"
Hk> maslr \in> Nlxod*tm tonlaM
nd you "IU af-iii yo.ir ikln t.--
romlnf- volt, wiiooin and ncsr. Nino
*wm "iw dlacovery thai km-
H-tnisi snil P411FIM on tho akin Uutl
.us* Plii.pl. Holla, Rd HloM!---
Uitiu Hingwutm. ami Crinnn:
Vuii mi t s" rid if your akin trotil
unlll you rcmovB Ihn rrm- tlul hi'
In in* tlnj pores of your skin. So
M<-l NixoSsrm from your chemist in
day under ihe i->ltlv guatiintos thai
Nlnadarm will banish rlmplra nn ,
l iar jour akin soft and smooth or
Nlxoderm E|V;
Tor akl-a Tranblas -,a.i>.g
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