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r\<.i EIGHT RARRAnOS ADVOCATE TIII'RSDAY. Jll.Y 2S 1851 Eleven Arrive For Nelball Series ;s ..I ih< Rwi-iSetbill Club of •Laaj s,l„.„ chosen (ton the I) i! • "' •""' >i'ams <""" Queen's li le and Olvmpia Sports Club. iccamptnted te. Wilfrid R. Cricket Results ">• * 0 *"' | : %  S .,;.. % %  %  %  %  %  Feeliiit: t KM Glouee-' I %  %  HI ^n ( h,. i 'ing fine Glouceel wicket: Essex 243. .1 rM (he last mould i K„nic 00 Sl ' ... %  dry eouM I G A MBOL If* rennda.'" *he said. %  S< boot Ihli mrn. the lour W ? ri li ii in i iox LONDON. Jul\ 16, DOI %  ii BboUl it. And let us ftOi raelvi loo ROOD. But between you, m<* -is though the old British Empire u all aet to becomi i | irunj powei %  gain. it • !" l I I %  nil] i not walk off witti ..i .,..,. the Olyi %  i "in certainly n< i tlc in i my recordligiis rime last bi ikliu: And of the L*n Hutton %  • ths thirteenth player to reach the century of cenrVnd he did i lii-i his 35th ii man t-< ash the fast. .( Mutton's %  u Wind n i thf rear : — Terry Rauufle. the Bristol welter-weight. established himself as a contender for the British title B i knocking out Bob Froat (West %  m> In the second <-ound ai birthday — the Q, POLICE BAND CONCERT AND FILM SHOW AT District "A". Monday 30th July 8 p.m. ADMISSION 1/Children 6d. IN AID OF II Alt II ADOS HOYS' 4 I.I IBS :-> ii%  them by KmptnB atbll Anothci T | Bailey arho rarorded HI; lacondi in >Hna1 irTnl finish I tha cnamplon, >• Ui defend th< r,n. | ii. tl-yt..' ali %  %  l inund on September 23, %  Sunday, i outpotntad Auatrlnn Jo Wcioin over 16 %  M:,rch to will the European title. Ten Hnff IH>. ante r.fi-man charn%  ng w.iit Neusel. II' i i..tv^ ,vicw-capi i. %  %  .li<-vlr, EH^'< II %  W.l"-,. N..rJ>M> !" Then\*>r. %  the > %  %  tituted from the b) the tune the first lap wui coml>litid. II..lead d.ui been ta*en i.> DurAtt, ..i )xf..iii City Athletic Club. eJceaiy foUowad by HUR Wilson, arlnner ol the avam In K igland %  He playing ;• Vnkshlrc: — altinfl K-nie. each pieparcd to keep within %  lahl at kha other, County match* moti waltina t"i UM Si I Igi /* th r J mjtc '!*' topa M the Ol an attemptcil break from but ;•, ;S; C ,i-!. l " !" t had knocked out RatcltnV In the f<.urth round in then i>u-laeUai Rotclutc was shaken by aome ,-.w.iful lana la the nr*t round. but fought his way out of T.,., %,. The end was unexpected. Rat„ f T ;. U iJ? cliffe caught Froat cm the jaw with !l i-r. a terrific right hook The West %  !I2 Hum man managed to scramble to| JS hla feet, but was unable to beat U i the count. W Randolph Turpin. who fought an • | exhibition bout With Z IOT Gordon Harell. was given a great j 4J MH reception by the 12,non crowd. %  IM promoter Freddie Mill-, former I %  '* light heavy-weight chafnj that Hobbn Ihe world, prewntiii Turpin with I -ix rear* a gold watoh. Bu, Con Hutton beat • %  > rdT Well, he is ., yearn agoldwotoh. g^XSii! votmtar than Jack ami -hen ha M rou dH JSM rSd.,.._,, iWandswortht outpld Tla> BagdMUhl Abroad lStle > on 40,0uo City to aend th.it ivaL icon, the veteran :' ^ pfaayOi in Germany -IB" T2NN1S FINALS TODAY %  i oitpointed rl Tenn • ol Groat Britain, th,. Comuat And M to tna threa-quarta and the rartou othat nations mil* stage, reached Ui ted n 11 were rl lazily In ti Uma "f ^ mimite 8.6 slight bieo*e. When the 11-Kmd with all hopes of a "•! %  tl %  lor nmc li.iii-minut, mile gone to the tflaceUeneoni Club did ioi taka i 'he lawn H Tiiev will I* played %  M young Bchoalboya watching deeld. uld like .i souvenir ol tha inerling M>st<*ri<>usl> ..! % %  i" "!'. the Hags began to disappear. and not until a loudspe.ike! ippaal "a* mad,for their raa%  i tnay hoisted again. wind. Referees Off To Rio No Record* Broken Thv Starfish Defeat Mermaids 6— Nil STARKIsil acored in ea j victory over Mermaids. •> %  • P Amusing ol tlu? flags was iJ. wnuaing episodi in an oiherwiae very Mt Thie wu athletics at II STOCKHOLM. July 25. Two Su %  chediiled I irrlvi in Rio Do Janeiro last Though no records were >>roken. Sunday night to officiate in the ihe crowd, nnd 1 number myeelt Rii clly champlonahip*. did not among them, could have wished leave for South America until lor no better nni-ih than that aeen late last night aboard a Scandium the last lap of the mile. As navian airliner. They are due to thl bell Bounded to send the runstrive in Rio thli afternoon. The nani away on the final quarter, lefcrees are EmWestman and llnnnister's raring feet took him [ ennart Nyhlen. When they did Percy Iremongei tlx-icesterl in fifth; Rov Smith (Frome) outpld. Oeorge C.oodell (Cambtidga] \ alentiile Takes Ten Wiekels KINGSTON, July 25. Alfred v.iicntme. Waal todtao Teal bowler, performed a senoaUonal bowling feat at Kingston yesterday whan ha look all ten wiekata in n innings, playing ioI ;.i club. St Catherine and Bernard Lodge, current leader* versus Combined Parlsh, i %  nil In their water pole m tl it,, fit .-. giternoon For atari Chi I cored thi oals in ftne style, I J Wai ran scored two and June Hill scored one. %  %  %  : tlui "I don't care altitude which lip to the front with NankavlU) Byre thundering along f [ behind him Up the back straight wlatar showed his greain< obvious wllh a turn of speed which left could ha detected, all his challengers lagging behind, iring stride and Randolphs Father Died For Britain com bin properly, StarAafa sjol thenAnt %  Three aalaatei later, goal tare went %  sicKinnon tn m J pas ftrom Frieda ..< %  ( Rail Ume maids four down. Christine Ma i than a year %  cored the third goal and over from British Guiai : %  World War I; Aft the Interval, bterrnaldi mtcman: ** i i. Tnipi ...ohlx'l and ol Ihe : I of the fas he gM In M Franee Randolph i the Bttei three and a haif'^'iinme', I h,1 : lren '" ( h "' June Hill V n. ta| name is Lionel Ca I II,' won the n 9 ml %  %  ampionahip la : %  %  it their efforti %  work by DoroUur Warren, Janice Chandfa i in the sta-iih ba< k Una, broke up .. %  Starltsh scored their llfth goal liter play i i 5S •? %  unfortuiiaicly been %  in*.the wai nia vontestunta were not content Hu ipace-di srtth being R,-.tt kaars. They rhythimrni style mad* it appei rare ill OMdiy h-f^i on ttelns: nil *„ easy. And thimgh Nank|ood Wlnnara. \ille put in a great last challenge .i so much record* to beat the previous championship .Making, tlm tusk of selecting the best which he himself had estahi i PM %  ui, e M not mi iHhsd two %  i sy, then.,-. one Tin %  %  *pptng Bannurtar ihe who won satBy, llallVo performance m iliffcreut l.eating Inown previous time foi Trlnldad'i sati Bailey's i vnnU In M- ., .ends th Roger "'"' Hannistei and Nankcvlhe i mile in 4 minute* 7.8 bean pn.-hed „ lltUe I Bad Nankevllle's do not doubt we %  hotud have seen .mi,III 4 mimitei M lecon i^a native ssiaush reeoi Ihlrd ' '"-' ''' thought ha fl evidently by iwo sseonds, or am man tiuctton Of lh v lu, v l,,r that to nnppcn intarnaUonal tabla, and iforo the end of the ieeeon. xpoctnl. Alberlc I'.orgerth. Presiilent of the Rio IV Janeiro football federation cabled "ie Swedish federation asking th v hereabouts ef the onVtfua. No explanation h lor their failure to ST Brazil aa scheduled— V. P. The match ended in an exciting victory lor the cup leaders as Valentine going tn to bat two overs before time call hit I lx to a/ttl the ma'ch for his side In Ihe IWO overhe hit up nine run* out of eighteen required to win the match Valentine bowled IT overs for 30 runs to take his 10 wickets missing (Vmbined Parishes was bowled out known ((v VolentmSl lenm for 134 shortly Ive in after tea. St. Catherine replied with 138 '' Se<> our fine line 0/ LADIES' PLASTIC RAINCOATS 82.!K ea. and PLANTERS' UMBRELLAS SIO. II ea. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. IJII. 10,11.12 & 13, BROAD STREET Mr. Arri %  The referee "as Tin te Mermaldi .' ine Croney. Aim SOUtharlsad, Heather McKl lean McKumon. June Hill. Jean Chandler (Capt ) aiidTholma tnce stanwii Joan Ghent, Domiii W..i nil. Fienla < handler, Phyllb Cham li Chri 11 HcKinn m and June IM 1 This afternoon's l\xt in Barracudas, an' ,'rtus poUee. t is Mr .luck Knight World Snooker Threat players have thr. ntened to bovCOti 1951-52 world snooket championthe BUU % % % %  lion "I" Control < %  uncll change 1' arrangements fi th I toinn.unenl GONSALVES WILL GO TO ITALY 1. M.'I • %  < uT-aj UN, July 84 i onl) eycllst to tha world i ships In Itaty n M thai will r Fed. Yesterday'* Weather Report I feOM %  ODMNOTON Kilnfall : Nil l.iUl Kjlnliill for dale .1.K1 bm lli .ii. \ I i-riui. i .uir. i t I "ipiled by authoi lues, it must IM^ lietd tn re|irif*ent an accurnle .'ictiiro. I cannot help feelini; that many of the White City orowd would havi 'ing a better rating 'ban twejlth to the performance n ol Yuaoatavta, whi %  .>n bha iwo-mlle iteepsaenaaa bi ".ui. 1 record inc ,if v minute* .. •• Bui '.'nit'* anotnei Drama tie %  %  na, and thai arhlch un,'. ubtedly he lp ed to wal| the LS the one-tin %  which four ol the best Europe and possibly in On .... ii.i wera bi oi i for the title, ami ju-tiroved, wa Mi-id student. Roger Banlav ChkM m on | lu rivals Utte holder, Rill Nonke%  li ur opean WHI metre Parlati the three nule chami (Dorking St. Pauls) 3. 4 mins. 7.8 ;: e <• s. 8 yds. (Championship record), Threu Miles: W. R. Beckett Hytha A-C I I, H rnlns, 2.6 sees. Seven Miles Walk R Hardv (ShefAaid United H > I, 51 mlna. 116 sees. Easily. 12" Yards Hurdles: F. J. Parker (South London II) 1, 14.8 sees. 440 Yards Hurdle H Wiiitth (Heading AC.) 1, 54.2 sees. Three yards. Two Miles Steeplechase: P. Segedin (Jugoslavia) I. 0 mins. 58 6 sees. 30 yards. (Championship, i ecord). l-ong Jump: S. O. Williams (Glasgow Univ.) (23ft. ljin) 1. High Jump: H. C. Pavilt (Poly Ml (6ft. Sins.) 1. (Championship i ecord I. Weight: O. Huseby H.el.mdi (.">2ft. ** in> i (Championsnip record). DUCU ''. TOSl (Italy) (175ft. 880 Yanbti A S Wmt (Poly H BUns.) 1. Uritlsh all-comer• and I. I min. M I i insmplonahlp record.) eord) M Pole Valu;: T. Bryugeirs One Mile: R V, Bannister (Iceland) (13ft. Sins) 1 %  \cbllles) |, G. W. N;inkevllle Javelin A Matteuccl (Italy) (Walton \' a ii J Parietl c_*noft. Rms.) 1. Itesults :— 100 Yarda I UeOonald Bniic> id i. iii i.uu sacs 2 vii i | I.I, ruphlp record. .:< Yard E M 1> aid Bailey (Poly II) I. 21.4 sees. 4 yards. 440 Yards: D. c (South London II) 1. 47B SaCB. (championship i, cord I 3 vards. WHAT'S ON TO-DAY urt 10 I of C.n Sessions Meetlni of the Sanitary Commissioners. St. sdakaal ~ pm mealing of the House of Assrmblv 5.S0 p.m. Water Polo at thr Aqu ." %  Club—Snappers vs Barracudas and RonlUta vs. polirr 5 pm. Mobllr ( inema at draeme Hall Yard), Christ Church 7.3S p.m. ABUSE MARY No. 16—Rex vs. F.rvln firaham No. 2S—Rex vs. IHnill Reeee OOtsTMAi AaaaaM "•> ""• •-* *••< %  '* i. onrt* 1 ••• •* ataaai EQUIP YOUR TkACTOR-DIUWN AND ANIMAL-DRAWN VEHICLES AND IMPLEMENTS with DUNLOP FARM TYRES WHEELS HUBS BRAKES • PERMIT GREATER LOADS • REDUCE FUEL CONSUMPTION • ELIMINATE DAMAGE TO CROPS • PERMIT LOWER LOADING LINE • RUN SMOOTHLY AND SILENTLY m A NEW TYRE DESERVES A HEW DUNLOP TUBE f I %  % %  ?.:';,%'.:•.'.'.::• %  ','.';.: %  .'.:• • ^ II 'hvrvrfr tin"JlsSSf RED HAND PAINTS IliOVIIH RII.IAHI.F PROTICTHIN FOR BXTstaTJOEB AND HIGH-CLASS ItFCORATlON I OR IMFRIORS III) HAND HARD (1LOSS Tulip Clreen. *S' Crram. W White. RFI> HAND TROPICAL UIIITI Retains its uhilrnrs... RKD BAND BPCCIAt PAINTS For exteriors and Interiors, r.rev. Dark Grr*. B'dos Light Dirk jt Slonc t>ak Brown. RFI) HAND PFRHANFNT GREEN WUh Grey undrrcoaling. RKD BAND MATDffTO FLAT OH. PAINT For Interior*. Cream. White Green. 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TllfRSDAY. JCI.Y it. 1SJ1 RVRHADOS UIVOCATE PAOI IIIRtffew *o-r FUrt thfct the the Ptruan' I and ( f did." fttK'"/ ^n c &,U tre* "4n or.*", *c^ft on 7e*em.i. *arr1 M M H l* n -< PoiM' \\ in Ms Vgaiitel Modern Theories t. ITY, July 25 mew to %  tcrlallsm now being mli %  II i i %  %  Cam.n "1 l'i Bevin Was Cement BuBtamante, Of Labour Party Gomes ^ By J. C FOX LONDON. July 28, A big tired man named Ernest Bavin diad early thil Mar, and the death of that one man has shaken the very foundations of the relationship between the US and Britain's socialist government. With his death, went tha cement that had stuck together the Labour Parly; for from J*"> Bevin was "Mr. Labour" himself, a revered trade unionist Jamaican Muuetar •PrSMt Our Own CorTMjondu-> PORT-OF-SPA1N. Jul> 21. 'I went to Jamaica to CllKlHi with the Honourable W. A. Bustomante the report of the British West Indian Trade Delegation 'A the United Kingdom and Canada. And we reached an agreement & *-•%  RUSSIA SEEMS TO BE POWER TURNED ON NF.W V !'K I'p and up goes mduMiul DM due! ion. In June u reached the highest level since 1M5. Industry is egeMI It." said the Hon. Albert Gomes Holding %  box of igars in one hand the •rate •metI nil large i dolof such prestige that the polyglot party-ranin K from pink flimil and many |rt-B-a wm> pacifists to wealthy businessmen—would not defy him. awaited him at the airport. 1" his place, as the looming The Hon. Harold Robinson. Hon figure of the Party, were left two Bustnm.mte and Mr. Grant ley the intelligent, sincere. Adams had all signed the report $62,000,000 Aid For Latiji-Aiueriea Is Vital Action WASHINGTON. July 25 lars <£•,!?] BtMl output in June and t-r ihe •tttl UW t, Many people who come for the free world/' nerr trom th( nj, ha Ve ,' den..,„ nlte idea. Bevan would be l;ir U % %  • Miller .nude this st.itetnef.t lnnu ential if he were Communist, before in.House Foreign Affairs Io| t!] .„ rty nas made Iiex1 u ', .. ComnutteMn support oi Truman's no hendwBy |,i Britain. True, at S8.000.000.000 roreig,. lid pro^^ have ,,„, nf lhe coat tail I for lflSI—52. which inluppori of UM ""id, vaned lcftiludrs I jit in-American assistance | sl ftinges. but he cuts them cold funds W ,H, the statement that Russia is l menace to the West and that the Hi lid, f->r the small Invertw, %  ; must rearm again manl of some M2.n00.000 In millBevan's appeal is In the pockettory and technical co-operation, hooks an d the stomachs of a postive expect to continue to help the w;n weary people mixed with s economic and military strength of shrewd bit of antl-U.S baiting tmerlca. The total mutual Ids basic theme Is that Britain ha^ sccuiit> pif Communist aggression that If war Is really imminent, makes the proposed cx.-end.ture then the West should go on a comnf $40,000,000 for military i iince in u 'of utmost hardworking Clement Alllee. and and" Mr. GonTei said that the next France and Russia for II was expressed by lhe S. i the brilliant, eloquent, ambitious Bt0 p would be to present the reAircraft production is up from State Acheson at his l*ress Ci Aneurin Bevan Both men take p^ to ^ e Executive Council of ,a81 year's annual rale of about fciencc last ... k If. some underatending—parUcularly l(i e Keg.onai Economic Committee. 2.500 planes to over 4.000 Next !*• lulled by the ln "' wpp h \ „ %  %  social gain end bring on depresu,ai Mr. Marryshow had done farmers and other pi .,„ n,., ,,„„. ln ,|,rei. veai* sion Bevan who quit the cabinet. „ (KMi iob ln j,i day." on his dowhose goods would be prlce-oODAlthouah lhe Ea*! Weet %  i 1, nil -x* t_i 4 11 ^Aninlfj* .K .i ..ft tH^.,1 ... Malik proposed K> Ulks. MaUk'l SIJU inent was the IliM CssleB effon to eaaa world ienp> the nf Soviet •peace" propaganda. MnhiHiation Vital Tlic :.eai -M|,I child who was asleep U badreaai ri the tone .>t u aped mjun Jacob Iagaflr bv the SEAWKLL FINANCIAL assist.i %  aaan U i %  prm Ided loutish OovenunjBM I hen %  .is .in i>\iglnai n,.ot ol i250.ooo and an %  ddttlonal proM i I-... .'in The lechnical eaalitanea %  en i .' C m.I'U.m engineer paid n b] 'i %  Bi I'.'II Qovernmaai In yesterday's issue it was stated that financial aealstanco f..i see* ^ ell e/ai |lvari ba catuida %  lie K"r Ofllcei i o infnrineil tbe Advocate that ru-enatta laiba wow ;(l( IMm ., L| Mng „„„.,, iU ( %  fa.-e the t on M> .t'thf. training has been Ultdet •its siipeivi-inn There are w* enii.i'ient Brem en end othafi of %  .ir.ulv" when plane* errlve The atitmcut of ir.e craw itwelve ig rom' %  %  %  in UM tors iirst Mi-is' haei an Intigaate knowledge of Church history and teachings K always only U •ian humanissn . i..d Papal the Lesate %  today at Rio Tl'.' I r %  ...!! an earlier Ictlci of May 1949. In which he i ittlned t>ic concept" Ihat must guide Catholic rducation •The crisis oi author.'i UM in % %  !•• lettt i %  f the great evils < I OU1 Hi OUf C:l!.'ln edUCaletl must study ibtBUI fiotn Utell pUpus nrougb thi their perIty, recognition of reapaet and winnril laaHan to a* an indispensable SCOUT CHIEF FOR AUSTRIA UJMUpN, July 25. Jorge Vargas, the Philippine Bey ScouU President left here on Wednesday for Austria to atteni the Thirteenth International Ftov Bt Sal.*burg. '. from Stmkhnlm where he hnd led Ihe Philippine D I Cup team. He DrM anoripanle.1 by gaoaqulle VOlacorta, eblef of the Ptuuppiaa aeoui eaavuUws. —vr. •"<> %  ask for Gussow LUXLRY TOILET SOAPS I • '6. IMPmiAL LCAlUrR lTSuLN SL0SS0M • SLCE HYACINTH ( fJafbouf Log Hivuppointinenl l.;m 2(i io 30 of the 313 socialist members of Parliament behind him He could brtna down the Government at any time. But lit trolled. Turpin s next fluhf partme t,. I'.ienada by pli This was In reply t„ %  challenge from the Honourable Marryshow. Grenada's veteran politician to oppose him in the forthcoming island's general election comes off In October Gairy declared, I love M: M i.w and I admire tr man Hut I think he needs reat, end the way things ure in TV screens costing 15.300 each to stubborn Grenada today, it would lake be able to receive such tighls Th fight promoters IF Tuipin and Sugar Ray Robwhicn ,n, " mcvl ,n Nv York Wl !• %  fight be televised to home fans to see It free? Or to where fans must pay" Cinemas have ordered over 15(1 Miller said thenha* been u Government al am 'Vertain amount of disappointwi j| „,,( Bevan will tight i' out mem "cxpreeeed because so small perhaps at the National Convena pioportion of Truir.an'foretin ij on m Octotier and he has a aid budget is devoted to Latin broad base of popular supoort In America. the rank and tile of the Labour He said: "This criticism does Par ty. not take Into account the fact StuhiMim Atllee that we expect a substantial part of the job of development in Latin Opposed U him Is -. -America 11 done bv private prime Minister Attlee. And while more than a miracle to allow Mi r-S5al Attlee a while back, seemed to Marryshow lu bent one of my anticipate a gete of between Furthermore to the extent that hold most of the trumps in the candidate*. £140.000 and £250.000 if the foreign financing of %  public tight with Bevan. the aces have 1 admire nil old politicians becontest takeN, „ yort nature la required for particular tx-en slipping from his hand for CBU5 e I can learn from them, but HWIRH is decreed foi development projects in Latin more than a month. An almost unt(lcy imisl a g r ee that new polltifashions this autumn. To America recourse mav be had bearabte strain, now put on him ciani have new ideas t"". In mv properly they will Dead three either lo the -nternation-il bank or is the U.S. decision to go into some Government." he continued, peuim,,!* under day n eve g lo the Export Import Hank." sort of military partnership with w hlrh is the new Governmeir, dnsse*. It is pan of I back u uTLm tn.,, amount that Sv *'" There wns a Clement An^.^rihOW would see hmise.f Victorianiam movement He said the total amount UUM ,,.,, ru a(k on ,,e Loyalist side in .. comptoaated for the ob he fan these two banks have for foreign xhe STHllllsh Civil War. and Attlee w ^JJJ" „ Wlll iM > sitting development projects should oe wenl xh „ t to TPV i 0V the troops _, beaten or retired Man-arc! home . imtl ,v e Hn not defend^again^ ^^m \ .. A „ A GHKV-HAiail> o'e, greemeni which grew of ihe meeting has been blocked, *^ UJS. offlelali ire confident it will M. eventually go into effect. K 2. The surprise Soviet propc revival "( the mortbui 1 cuasioni at Qenen on I in intra-Furopean Iradr In C*rlUle Bay Srdfrllrld. Brtl ffr^rt.,,,. I, Mtl.K.il W.IUir H Ouid-d .. • M.,, .11, S.I, 1 %  i 10 some exMM hi re cot %  tier reprinted in lavaalfa udi 1'ipMgandal I them a' > 1 ilatlon j %  haws speculated minoi even to Incndlter relations with Hie Wr-t %  %  %  altt rnjsjht presage a slgnlflcant shift 11 Soviet policy. %  >rding to heae observers Uiat tiie Kiemlui U4> Joy esuuvAU %  %  tm i.,.m St L A* AdvlK-i IBM lui Ratoruna. Ifow (iUmuw IJHI> Mrl1.11. *J> |i Horn -SI V I KnkMi %  iiif era of bhi aaw ea 1 1, • psorted hi 8f wtir measure by the troul %  I eh %  1 HI %  %  >I %  1 of 1 Hiim.inln aie repoite.l %  ,, II ipgH d "i (hen pawi n failure to < %  -Ufa B n ,-1 | s igai the tw. %  teUlte states —r Nylwll. 8 S WieMietht I s %  arigtianl .„.,.. %  .. 1 BtlS. %  Aui %  I IMt " |jllrttl %  d S '. v ri,., s 1.. 1 B n>n 1 la HS Ms s a Tf-drr. S S s.a ci s H Chan %  %  %  m %  CARNIVAL QUEEH LACK FROM CANADA to the four other POItT-OF-SPAIN. Ju ,. 21 THnldad 19SI Carnival Queen hnrged for the arrived from Canada on a 14-dav The case cruise w;th very pleasant mem%  ^""-WSiS Zmmi£Vi* e VaWS oisr a>ia? meat. He said In served a steak there and on h> rSKIdSn t'nat ifwasmuTe m^ *SX on -hem previously. ^oyed Tne Appeal Couft di*-Carnival Queen" was a visit V. missed the sentences of death Canada, which she thoroughly A CUE IRII'I. mind so often goc with J healthy body. To nuintain gijd hcilih, don": forget essential INIW CUanlimu. Andrews only provides a sparkliug, refreshing drink — it helps to keep you dean inside an well. It functions by cleaning the mouth, settling the stomach and toning up the liver. Finally, Andrews gently dean the bowels. Take this "fizzy" drink whenever you need refreshing. One icispooofuJ in a glass of water is all you need to use. 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rAC.K IrtUB BARBADOS ADVOCATE THl'KMMV. II I Y H 1951 BAKHAOOS f 1 — AWQttTE -—t——-i I Bl Mf 4li. Jul) .'• lltllllVVS PAY WITH I oioninl Si mien Is In Britain A CCOMMODA TIO,\ PROBLEM aboul it RED MILLIONAIRE By PBBDHUCft COOK NEW YORK. WHERE, the judge wanted to know do Communists find ball of th? order of twenty or thirty thousand dollars apiece" He had just learned that four of the 11 vi Hi pay has been before the LeglaUture ""'' uus th HOUM after a rejection In the Legislative Council and is again la the commit!. a discussion by |ht 1 The bill met with strenuous opposition in both Chambers and even outjftfta UM : %  It that Iti pi were not altogether suitable to co nd ltiom, that it would be impossible to include all forms of employment and that the agricultural labourer would be al a disadvantage ,,l the seasonal nature of his work. U was auggested that the same objective could be achieved by means of Trade Union practice. It is common practice now for Trade Unions to draw lip agreements b e tw een employer* and groupe of workers. In these agreements H ll possible to include some provision for holidays with pay. This method of solving the problem would have avoided the unnecessary controversy over the bill, nnd it is still possible for this plan to be adopted if the Council should reject the bill on this occasion. It is possible, however, for tin be removed from the bill leaving the principle to be adopted. The amendments to the bill might settle the question of a qualifving period of permanent employment. This would remove the disadvantage of the agricultural labourer who would Bfiffl be able to qualify for his holidays with pasafter a certain period of continuous employment. It is unfortunate too that this measuic should have suffered delay until such a late hour of the session. As a piece of social legislation it is important because it seeks to improve conditions of labour which have not been settled by trade union practice. In any event the problem can be solved outside the legislature if the bill is rejected or lost because of the pressure of more important enactments which need to be com1 before the end of thl session. CLOSED FOR REPAIRS i: • U Wl H. I II TIMOTHY i %  ,h, A c,„ Politburo whom viutn ct *>me colonial he had sentenced to jail had failed to show up iiie Colonial Office must *tu willing io The man who might know where it came "• "• """"from was Frederick V.ndcrbilt Field, secrehould wtuni hurne" There may ix .^n explaoaUon Urv of the Civil Rights Congress, which IS Accommodation for Colonial for all that. Change m environ. — ...... __!• •rgjUM the Fabian men! Is sudden and to fU in with Bureau, i* ""I n:il)y the ,t requires adapt..tion. Net many Of either the Colonial Colonial studentiinil ll oasy lo Office or the BritiRli Council; it IK achieve thl* quickly. urn of the University." ,„„, ..,..,. U |. I WOUld SUgR. few UrnveniUea. " %  %  I i %  %  i to lake anet at Hans Drill be (i % %  re A PH. %  l iintry? The prob%  . Attorney-General has listed : dve and which had put up the money. If Field knew he was not saying. Judge Sylvester Ryan's cold blue eye met Field's cold grey eye. Then the judge snapped. "Contempi of court—ninety days in jail." N tic* of appeal." retorted Mr. Field. Now the men with Ihe magic middle name is giving every sign that if he must go behind he will, but what he will not do is i whether he himself was the "Angel" —which would .surprise practically nobody —or if he was not, who was. Frederick Vunderbilt Field is a tallish, pallid man of 45 with Harold Lloyd glasses. ;t millionaire holding shares in 38 of AmenAdvocate Stationery VAV/;V-V,V*'V//V-V*V.V,V.V-V-V,'-V/>'/V.V/*A'. %  en put forward, ni baa .tuggestec of students and .Students' You mi ;ni more hostels 1 One wo would students' unions md railroads. He differs from most millioniins In that he diverts the rich stream of lividends into the destruction of the system that makes them possible. C0NG0LEUM In i "lourand dealr match or tone with any aeheme SQUARES 3 yds x 3 yds. and 3 yd 4> 4 yds 6 ft wide, rut lo your Requirements PLASTIC TABLE COVERING 45 Inn. wldr, UIIITt: and ALL C OLOt'KS WILKINSON 11AY.MS CO. LTD. Successors lo '.c thfir h f the s,,^,, and V anzetti uproar tabllfh manj InterhoatOla Indicate! that toiomal West African coloniei. burei.. F ,,.,,,. ... Hnanead atudanti are not wanted in this WISU could do likewise in viev an d Thorsten Veblen s violent diatribe against Plata**, um ,„uniry. of tfaa preeent intornauono] tup>i,, v i( sain on t'.Hirth Missionlion and Britain s roarmamet.t it-sponsiblo Both the Colonial OfI.ce and the programme. I tin dubious whether | British Council refute these alle,| l( Treasury can provide funl n lold m UlB) WOOk that ;:.iln.t..is Uangeroui, inmsmse ,„ r nl „ r( Ul .. „ %  %  |., •-1-. I DCU S C.S. PITCHER & CO. J 'Phonej : 447J & 4687 BECKW1TH STORES %  tudents have to realise This whole problem of student : by l.hilaccommodation , no eaiy one. To An a ternslivs is. of .?,.!,. ,„..! ih.v are run by liesin with, it must be viewed the British C ,.„„M the U,.krou„d of the I.I Office (o, that matte,. 10 proi me housins shortage in Britain. It ll vide more hostels of the Bilmo.a Id bs not only Colonial students who or Hallam Street standard — no. ,, iwskMuni In Ihll country of are hard put for nccommodation; of the Hans Crescent type. win. r brotherthere are Enpilish people who is up to Ihe standard .....ul.1 oner air. suffer likewise, friendly htlp Ihej CSn I" our the sdaM, of I nty'llnll Arc Colonial students wlllinit to 'ill consider any of these proposals >itllkl I A MEETING of thi Commltelorren oi Health has been Rxad for today lo discuss the .ulvisuhilily of closing Temple Yard to vehicular traffic and covfjrlllf, the space %  nd Drunun Streel to provide B temporary market for hawlpare. This motion, tabled by Mr. Mottley. seeks to find BTl alternative to allowing hawkers to sit in the side streets and alleys in the City and creating insanitary conditions. It has been admitted that there is need tor a market where hawkers could [ether, to sell fruit ind vegetables. The suggesII been made that a portion <>f land i lit in Baxters Road and Suttle Street for the erection of a market. Nothing more has been done. The new suggestion of covering Temple Vai'l has the merit of providing %  market lltabh] :*">t and with roads on both Itan shopping can be done hv housewives helore or after purchasing tish and meat In the Public Market. it has the added advantage lent*. They are of croft in the House of Lords. There ie Colonial students — the pot %  mi thnt Colonial sludenW is the other side to this problem tial leaders of the self-Roveinim ,n Hni an should be lafl OB thftr tin%  •colour l>ar" question — territories that shall be. Tiiijiii M (iirc*att*st I.\|MM-I fit iff in is Nothing Without Empire* RnnBv VVIU l\M BAIIKIKV w< ii. now. whara did Oolph Turpln <>1 England come i %  MI man particularly, nil 01 %  ule factory 01 faun i It waa f Buifactory—ihnt is Ihe ai Britain, want. ly IS miles of "Bul Kldnr.idn H c th Two Interior looked %  .,1 M 1' .i of ihe the leisured classes was the Students' Bible. It gives old Harvardians the chills to think i that Frederick Field's fondness for Commun-, ism may have been born in those ivied grey-1 UM ColonitOM walls. In 1927 Field journeyed to London and sat enthralled for a term at the feet of Harold Laski. He came back a convinced Socialist, and ; soon after married Elizabeth Brown from Minnesota, with whom he toured Russia,' looking into Socialism at first hand. WIFK NO. 2 After their divorce he married wealthy Edith Hunter, a California socialite who has There tea Colonial students — the potenalways strongly denied she ever was a Communist. That marriage lasted 11 years. Four months after they were divorced in 1949 he married the present Mrs. Field, formerly Mrs. Anita Cohen Buyer, whose first husband. Dr. Raymond Boyer, a rich scientist, was convicted in the Canadian spy trials. Field's New York home to-day is the place where you rub shoulders with the top Left Wingers. Paul Robeson drops in often. The drinks and food are by no means plebeian. Field himself often puts aside his MarIJIM'H Intlt'lif/iiti'iil it iill JAMS CRYSTALS PEAS By Hm. P. ll M: I I i \ Ltd. MARMALADE 41c. STRAWBERRY 55c APRICOT 45c. DAMSON 42c. RED PLUM 42c. GREENGAGE 51f JELLY CRYSTALS Auorted Flavoum 20e GARDEN PEAS 34c an expensive bargain. Wc mlenl buy sufcar I little cheaper elsr,i bottling where, but we should have !< %  man you pay doles and relief and wit D have security measures to iniiiKrt of people Hunk Kate the hunger and mtetrj telibernle policy of the whlnh would result I'.utish Government" to "discourMr Jame* Griffith*, Colon.-.. Bo ,, industrial development. The SecreUiQ proudly claimed that tini—very dry, please, and no olive—before round •n P*3 ban lO capital development rewe have agree*) to buy all the a ted InfOm that point of view." Wi i thl neglect and And he complained that Mr. next year and to buy "a vcrv llnli-h ColQaltekeU, the Chancellor, appro.'igh proportion" up to 195 h unuun is prlates in tax UU concessions Mr Bernarri Bralne tToi. nothing, which the local lafttlaturei give EUUerlcay, Essex) interrupted: TUrpVl woj .it one momanl 'Som.tuna VOU mubl go right "You don't .guarantee to bUJ .11 | Mr .Int. II lUnkln into this matter with the Chanthe pr0dUCO. n i Qluaow) as caUor uf the Bxchequar." he said %  IndlM export, to Mr. James Griffiths, the Secrenflf 1 Ian thOM toW tarv n\ Turpln) Most Vigorous agricultural development whi.ri I should be gocd for everybody >.i the Empire, He wanted lo know what ti I help* him Colonial Office think* Of Iffr. o|ieralions levy's proposal lo sell 20 Ihe quests have left and goes oft* to bed. He puts in a 10-hour day at offices he maintains — with a touch of whimsy—in the old Astor headquarters. There he devotes himself to a private project for bringing all Left-Win.<; groups under a single roof and to writing his regular pieces for New York's Daily Worker. "I don't write easily." he says, "I have lo polish and repolish over and over again." What is the burden of his message to the ArMrteeta troop* Out of / %  %  down-trodden Japan. And howls off fferee. Field has never admitted that he is a Com nuinist. But he has never denied that he > pro-Communist nor taken steps to end the when he was smashed up in the eggs and i.soo.oooib. of poult, > h.mient description of him in the America.! Air Force. lo Britain. He said Mr l.w h. _ 115.000 head of poultry. Whi i "ess as a Communist. l.ord TrefK.irne was chairman oi Ccrtainlv he is a backer of ortfanis.tti.il-' the t'dloiu.il lWelnpmem Co.-' ., ,, ~ h lls !,. must people could not tell from commun Mi Aitken Mtd I' %  "' m V.T > • • • ., Hue when oui owreeai it DM Bold, bauxite, dlamondt, o so vital to iiiitraces of tungsten, and moiyb• '',' '. One of the handsomest Indenun n maj be %  nothei KI['>' L !" !" I you offered them the Mar of Lenin. La vestrnente the Oownunent could dorado, oi it ina> not i>. we ''''> ••'"' ,\'''\'> u '": '' ';, , October Field formallv registered as make would be to allow .very ( | (l n ,,i know if only we would • l 1 1 "' '" '" r *Pf" si ''" '"' \i p to VIMI pome p.ni of the set %  botri an Imaglnattve devei"*f dlsaitroui (Mrnbia .ti. %  ci,. n agent for financial ; Empire It leul once in opmenl of these resi>urce9>: %  'here nearly ttlMlOHOO w | pL; . W^.JWH Ll the lUettme of eeh Parliament Aere la not nearly enough un*•** j cnina. Me listed himself '-Nothina is M. vital .is c.onodeist a nding of the importance of Bul Mr. i-evy is %  pproaehlng the of Soviet Russia To-dav. miC development. Thai is v.h.ie the British Knipire lo our ecOtloveinmenl again uilh In* Often f-_.,. rmn W.no Mnuiilvm.c haomim. ih, i must be. it must be norny. and ..... strateg>-.of CKC fro,,, the Bahamas, which featunnR bovine Moujic t\pes beaming the don.i>% free enterprise La BMOMr Pater smithrra ( Tory, would give us all the eggs we had simple wav through the golden life in tilt rlth the Government The V/tnebeeter) declared: "If we expected from Gambia at no .( man who can go out to British take away the Arm foundation to Ihe Government ,...i,.. HKI MI: .. 1'ii.k.M.iks uf V.'. %  : Indie' igai it rtould be —I-.E.S. i fomterests in Re too, as a direct a stick magaz NO ADDATIVES — Only FRl'IT and .SUGAR Obtainable at all Grocers NORTH BOUND STUDENTS AND OTHERS... ftuEaav .vim* ^§ II '# <#•• now Shimiiifi = JAEGER ALL-WOOL pj TRAVEL RUGS and ALOMA ALL-WOOL BLANKETS also ALL-WOOL WORSTED OVERCOAT MATERIAL 28 ozs. 58" wide in Black only Da I osla A f '.. I.Id. DRY GOODS DEPT YES A Common-Sense Approach lo Science -,-.# .nd iHsMa HIM" b) l. ; i'Ii iinaiil |. ; ..i.l.ni at 11 ll isid lnl>*ll( l> %  bauk duurnd %  • mi Hi' 1.um.ii %  KflUr miii'F ...FiOins %  > MStasM "i* ..i.i.lill, Re\iev.ed b> VANNIVAK Bl IB aalarSap i.i. mt liirrj. md %  % %  ' %  in o n ed ;it ; itandloa %  %  %  nd m lentlAc mafhnd I im:: i i thai %  Mrm i arhen 11 plication of tCli tannin*, muefa of man*! futu . ill b. few of those who read Dr. book cerefullj win "ill Lntrlgued Into purrAuna the .1 further, for it Li fascination and hiithiy pertinent On ti< "ii m tth the %  %  %  I %  as 11!) reaeoned affair, it does not avoid—it cannot it .1 .l.'ilnition is lo be .ih -the philosophic queaUon of whether a m it not a eearth for ultimate truth: but it does tVOtd Retting hogged down In such matters to the extent of neglecting lite mala objec1 wean taela between working hypotheses arid conceptual synelance .md cownion '.use involve.' e\p:iMtion ul ;i soil which WlU picv.nt any careful reader. l.iym;m or scientist, from feeling thai he can skip blithely through without pausing for hard thinking ami vet secure the really profound 'itfnitlcance of what I.here written. The author has performed one 1 l,u)i eraa much nee.1^' ,m ( | which alone would make his honk worth while: the fact that he makei it not thenki no ruefa tiung as the identlfk thod The elegai I -I'-tinitlon of inded on it to .111 amassing %  I iiU-formed si %  1 omee In the gh> ii\l IV Conant al ovcrsimpliii^.ition when il evident thai a hypothesis docs not dissolve Into thin air when it meets one stubbornly contradictory fact. Engineer^ and scientists as well as laymen will tlnd much In this lhok to stimulate them. The) will also find point' to disagu-e with vigorously, something Dr. Connnt will undouDtcdly welcome. This will occur especially in tlie lattel part of the book, where the author treats science, invention, and the 'tale, the relations of actence P :i science in the light of weapons de> 1 and similar hi^iily controversial %  ubjacta. Dr. Conant is president of Harvard University, one of the outslaiidint! educntionnl nibtilutions in the United States. In addition. be ll chairman of the newly created National Science Foundation winch undoubtedly will exert considerable influence upon the relations of Htenea ami the federal government of the United Dui og World Wer n. Dr, Conant eerved B chairman of the National Defense Beeearch Cornthe exten%  irch programme of the ipment of nuclear fission, among olhci tilings. Soviet paradise. IN THE VILLAGE' A few weeks earlier he had been cited u the Senate for contempt for refusinn to sa; whether he is a Communist or not. Field lives in a tastefully furnished four floor house in Greenwich Village, among th sidewalk art exhibitions of this city's grubbimitation of the Left Bank. His income If) dicates invested capital of not less than couple of million. Of this he never earned a penny. It carr from the redoubtable old Commodore Co nelltli Vanderbilt the hardbitten tugboE ricjpper who flung a girdle of railroads arour.c America's waist in the early days of indu; • trialism and was Frederick Field's grea'. ',: real -grandfather, HIS CLUB Field is still a member of the most Tory o. iiil Xew York's Tory clubs—the plush-chairec Harvard Club, next to Tommy Liplon': favourite place, the Yacht Club, on 44th Street His membership comes to him b\ %  he look a H.irvatd degree in the early Ue*. His parents were quiet, count 1 club iM'.iple. who, had they been English would have ornamented Melton Mowbray. WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED -L.L.S. MABAM! Hit Si AH* SI 1,1. i s 1H0 \ &f FUH 001 it III Hitl0 \At STOCK TONOUB HEON BEFP MEAT PASTES SALMON SARDINES TABLE BUTTER COOKING BUTTER LIITON'S TEA LIPTON'S COFFEE CEREAI-S (.01 i) RKAIil RUM fm J OX T l\ l.UNC CBKE3I ni T.nf , CARR'S CRACKERS I CARR'S WATK.11 Biscorrs >; CARR'S SWEF.T IHSltlTS A In Scaled Tins ;. 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THII:NH\ JI I v M, n.,i BAUAB09 ADVOCATE ni.i I IV, Schooners Held Up In Port: Lighter Loading Too Slow BUS SIII1KIS I'Oll SHIPS and so each ship could not get her full attention with %  .. %  i %  i' ud ml] avallaolr Hghlcr I arfc. Tu ea>e l>isitualiuh. %  cnooncis were employed to lake off scrap Iron to the motor vessel %  urksra which ts loading for Philadelphia. Karrieon imm suu*U4 and Investor jnd the C.Nfi pitni xer-froiKhirt Lsd> Nclssn were JOCKEYS Jan • %  ocomb* and !o d,,, s *"gar i*r t". K. and CanRaiph HoUlngnrarth, were yes.ada. The Moore Mac Cormack -•itencwl at 18 and Itluaar MormaeauU and the motor ii labour HaptcUvalyl r***el (ulcUd Bolivar were ditJockeys Jailed r.i the Court of Grand Sessions bv OUT the Chief Judge Si OoUynor*, They had Jus: to wounding %  batch of Backta Hill. St. Michael, meet al %  dance llaii at Chelsea Road on Apm 3. Cuinl.tv-i.airh lold the Chief Judrr he was nui r*t full %  %  for SloersMbe :til Mr H earth. ilnsl the two Jockeys utMOi, thev Ciunberbatch, who atelng i na of them with %  iwn knife, ran. They pursued Um and h<--!worth with a broken bottle. Dr. Copland ami Dr. Gale gave evidence ai U) Ctatnbcrfaatch's i lie had UM cheat wluefa Dieted with a •harp edged Instrument The wound ni Qata -am Ua condition wi serious when he nw him. Ther was some fluid on the right sidv ol UM chest which embarrasspd (thing, Mr. Trevor Gale, race horse II mi. taid thai HoUii fill rmplo;. and he had known bim to be a reliable [ combe used to work for ins rather. Mr Kenneth Edward*, another race boraa aid that he used to etnploy Shivomue and had always found him a civil man. Bail Behaviour Baton p.-'ssinE sentence, the Chief Judge Hid he icgretted to say that the behaviour UM danca balls left much to be i "At all times." he tali coma before thli and other courti In which people ;•' involved in rows. arguments and lights, generality after tn* consumption or a fair amount of liquor, Buch arguments usually end in wound" Illy harm and thing* of that nature." The hod [oatUTt Of I In HUd wai that it was nut a light when the row tuok place, but Slooumbe and HolUngsWOTth took It upon %  %  to pursue Cumberbatch down ChalSM Road and while the. on* bold him the oilier produced I knife and ftahbad him. li you had struck li. I I heart, th*r* > %  < would be charged A-ith murder," he aald "Thai charging lumber whJle tnoth KaiTMOn Liner. Advlaer. and the Dutch freighter Gammed*, w.-re dlscharjoiiK general c. rgo. i were all around the Cirecnage. some taking sugar and some landing cargo from the a. At some'points, hghtm were lying four and three abreast. The other lighters wen alongside the ships. Up • %  day, the shippers of the • could not gel a lightei I the schooners in loading |hr Barbara. Lighters Towed launches were up and down the Bay towing lighters to and from ships. Rowbonts added to the activity as they were plying to and from the lady Nelwn with pastnyjara who came from British Guiana. Trinidad. Grenada and St UbkMOl The Baggage Warehouse was busy -ill day with the passengers passing through to then home*. Curio sellers swelled the traffic with their moses, taking out curios to passengers aboard the Nelson Carlisle Bay was busy and so was the harbour. There was work for quite a number of waterfront workers. Lorries brought sugar anc" scrap iron to the waterfront while carts removed flrewood. charcoal and unit that arrived by intercolonial schooners. THE GENERAL motoi tarday about 3 ir> p.m. Oencral HoapiUl i M 361 which struck a telephone pole • esult of Uie collision tin IT %  ** %  %  Str^sm Road. Clirmt Oburcb. ye*taken to and detained at the New Books On Show THERE arc now 650 new books on show at the Public Library and out of these 75 are fiction. These new books will go into circulation on Saturday July 28. Among the non-Action are books i cricket, football, teaching in schools, physical education and sex. There is "History of Cnrkr,' 1 by Brie Parker giving dates ol famous test matches ami individU*l performances „f the great players On fiwtbal) Samuel Fraltck has written extensively on the technique of kicking, heading, trapping and tackling In his "Book on Soever." "Football is My Goal" by Johnny Carey. Wilf Mannion, Tutu Finncy. Snm Bart ram. Ron Burgess and Mat Busby will interest the schoolboy as it gives snatches of the life of these soccer men. Teachers will welcome the new !" a *5liaai|!S! ,.'', !" erfon a duty to INDUSTRIES ULL PLEASES BUSINESSMEN Several bUSUM %  i eaUsfactlon thai P"* ernment had sent ril I smith art %  • on Tuesday irom St. Lucia where the Cynl smith .v.is roAttad aft :ier she enountered when sdiliriK from m itSamuel and tl I HI ish Quiarut for Bin a month ago. 1 yesterday that ho %  atlmated th* run into S3.000. Repairs to th* veOMl have not yet i.pleted A new mainmast pair of sails, riggings, blocks, halliards and the like were rcAltcd at St. Lucia so that the vessel could sail on to Barbados. The Cyril E. Smith lost some of her derk cargo during the bad burst whil %  % %  drench* I Ifltchall said that he had a line trip up from St. Lucia. The Cyril E. Smith tl opposite the Customs where she irg* b*r ci rgo and undargo mlnos ntpaii WILL ISSUE LICENCES FOR FLOUR IMPORTS Licences will he issued at the local Control Office for the importation of 8.OO0 bags of unbleached sofl wbujd Aour unde, and or outilde me International Wheat Agreement between tin months of August and September The flour will arrive m QUOtai al I i ^gs ••rly in August 2.000 bags late in Aus-ust, 2.000 early in September and 2,000 D*gf bit* ui September. The celling price will be $7 "8 per I"0 pounds Sentence Postponed His Honour the Chief Justice Sir Allan Collymire al the Court if Grand Sessions yeatn poned sentence on Samuel Grant .. %  iu-ye.ir-old labourer alter an Assize Jury found him guilty of malicious damage In property belonging to Alotuphic tOnkSOD on March ?B 1951. Mi W W Ue.;,. K < -. General prosecuted on behalf of the Crow n. The prosecution alleged that n March 29. 19n I at Glcb? Land in the parish of St. Mfchasl, Samuel Grant who •/• %  once friendly with Alotaphie Hinkson opened her house went in and smashed up gl..cupi and plates on %  wagon which was alfo damaged After leaving the wagon be went to a table and chopped at it with a short sword. The prosecution brought live witnesses to prove their case. The dafanca called on two witnesses who gave evidence which called "fantastic and unreliable" by His Honour tinChl*f Juttfoa.* 1 first witness calM for the DCOtaClltlon was Alotaphie Hinkson who told th P court that she lives at Glebe I-and, St. Michael. On March 28. Grant came t.> hrr houfe and threw stones at it. After throwing the stones he opened the front door and "smashed up Ihe things on the wag.,, and chopped tin tafat* with | sword." %  timated the damage at $60.04. Gcr.iUlin* Lashley another witites.s for the prosecution s-ilil tl i. about 7 to "30 pm on Man h tt she saw Grant trv to cut Hinkson with j sword After falling to do this he threw stones at her house which knocked live boards out of the shedroof. He opened the door of the house and went in and began to %  TfUlfl up the wants on the wagon and cut a table with the isrord Sword in HIIIHI Police Constable M attached to th* PollC* Station al DisUict "A" laid on March 28 he wa sent to Glebe Land where tic saw Grant standing 50 feel from Hinkson's house with %  word in ins bud Ha took the sword from him. On |0lng into Alotaphie Hinkn's house he saw a quantity ol brr.kcn glasses, tea cups, plates etc There wag a wagon and centre table in th,. place and both of these were damaged. Island Constable Gasper Graham said that he hoard Qimnl he Wai going to Hinkson'i place to cut her up When Gran' reached the house ho opened Uia front door of Hinkson's house and smashed everything in it. While ihis v.,1*going an Hmksun had taken refuge at u neighbour'* house. Will Temple Wri Be District Market? About 2.15 p.m. today the Commissioners of Health or St. Michael are exi*-t U'i lo VUtl ramp** Yard an ara* axwndlni from Upper Cheapslde oppoaiU St. Mary's Church wall. In Drumn< Street—witfi a view to determining whether or not it Is suitabk to Ini. i! .i .. '.T.:..I.,I %  ii'.tin market. The Advocate was yesterday told that if it be regarded suitable UM iMoaatary raci mendation will l*e mad* '"> iJoVernment. The visit, if It takex plare m be as a result of a motion b> M E. D Mottley. This motk will go before the OonUffTJMOl earlier in 'he day, will he that they discuss the advisability ol closing the .site to vehicular traflli and erecting a coverage, with view to providing %  dlStrfCl market Thimar^'t tc iccommodate the nURMTOU ers presently USln| street*, p; ments and %  fleyi fn th* mmediatc City ua • %  • %  ake part in this i I %  laMotMi at P il< *, the Director of Medical S*rvlci I i %  •(.. port and the Colonial I*hese will alao he a.skcd to the site FISHERMAIS ACQUITTED OF LARCEm CHARGE LLOYD ATWELL, a Bsherman was y*tardgy acquitt\i iit the Court oi Grand S ialona of %  larceny chars*-. The poluc ha I A %  %  teallrig {oodj valuad Situ Vii, the properly oi Musaona, Sons A Co Ltd., on October 25 laal 3 ttu li:i Honour the ChieJ Justice, Sir Allan Collyroora pre side.) ai the court ami Mr, \v VV Reec o K.C., protstt for the Crowi Jamaica Wants BIG CHANCiKS IN BANANA Cut In Dutv I'KODl CTION hargeil three ithCl i*'t the offan %  Angus Hunt*, WlnJMd i .: %  • %  ..I d %  son. At the tinn' ol then trial, .... Ha i .n ratted on llsu ~x Thfirst time Munte. 1 I Hutson ware triad, Ihe Jury di"agreed in their Verdict At the retrial. Hunt* WU found guilty .ind put on .i bond, whil* Laym and Hutson u Th< Dub Mara wai i Harbour unloading earn for s. n until [at* Ihe mcht of Cctoher 24. HnrtKHir DC GUI and 27 Wilku^on pi witnesses told th* •/an tut) i'i I %  n hlld Stn M the night and NW ino\Tinrnts <>f five men in %  bo I near UM Chan barlafa They um after the men .11 I hoot e a capad exc*i I Hunt* At\>eii wept y*slerday •.V addressed the Jury tall ng them h< %  n innocent man, 11 point %  .is thai % %  • in %  i police Wilkinson had paid thai the night of the nllege.1 offet* c a dirty whit* cap, the on ltd thut he !, I "YOU plol IR. \.I u.ky I do not know,'* the Chlel %  left lh< do k. "if you are lucky, watch i %  atnt Us* I UadusU) baa wi It) son TUHTS %  %  .in,n was* not fullj di I an li abaul l be clear." he writes, "that Majesty's Gov %  of tome cigars from Cul fact th.ii to admit them wou< trade advantai K "What Jamaica pointthat the Increase of dul M lb aratghl in th %  %  hat the Uniti lined |0 ,..,1. C800.I M, I Cuba would fUrUv market, it will i %  Dmetnlni %  %  %  %  ket and to limit tmnorla IF to IM c*nl of tl 1 would point "ui thai %  A ith Jamalca'i 11< the cigar InduttT) of kelp J ••> end i i if emplo) n p*rentag* ol %  mark*l %  "i help babq United Klngdi %  ivallabl* again lo all i the Unit i luxuiy lot the rich." Bit' Parking At Hovkwith Place At the parking lot MI Becl I Place, motorist .incomplaining that they cannot get out then th* attendant i i 1 .., %  . i i in front ilrect f "\ aid thai the D*| ii Ura at I uthonsed any COI i> push, move n int ny car al ihe parking lo i ... rt of hi duUi He I usl ea that no one interfere* IUi %  II i ai t i.. h ere left In ins Qenerally sp) al plaCM anil ear*, leaving roon (or them to ;om* and go an UM) pleav if il Beekwith Place, it would DM Ots. In the case of the 10 the BM.I.A buildingt*J %  | ito hold tWO ara. It was agrei-i on n tioVi lo allow that, i-i nt thi then (oi UM entire day. William Carter, H car nark %  %  r the Rmplra night. In ail.. i i rcllevei UM <• >t. Bed Hi plandurlog brswhfai I I has IH^I ti doing tinfrom ib < %  th* month Although I huve no m the IVpartmcut %  any car from .he parking lot, yel 1 assist any motorist Wt • med m by removing tinfront to allow him In 1 %  th Vic a i if two oUn paid for VnMhfaUJ Customs Slarl Gold Hunt Planes and ships checked to catch bullion men Mr Reporter JAMBA BTUABT Socurit) and Customs ofnclala M International all porti and m i ports in Europe and A-I.< co, .'ii the police of mani countriei In n ettort to bread i .'1 gold smuggling centre fit %  IN .: H bl and Calcutta %  iporu b e t wee n Europe, n and imi a. Gold %  mugjgling is causing big of i ounti I** nggled gold gin's uatan and Ii I n, mn travL>. ipe< t*d TraveUei all and ihlpptni • i %  ratchad i egai d %  oi %  Shy. NO ItOAC Force Mr i) | w rial i x Ea otland Yaui detectlve-lnapector who the 600-sirong Brittah Alrwayn Securlt) Hi.Huh l.,tei went to Cailn t,i conduct Inq Mr. Fish's "force" %  lid WHALING FLEET FIT OUT Nineteen nations go south after £1.000.000 m oil I %  coinn ail out to equip then whaling Bear for a winter Ukaty to bring Uie 1 iipeliilon in Alllalllii wti ding iiheuld reach 111 i i month. %  i and Southern Qardcn, tOg*th*l with a SMI of the mallei c ab h *i .in Btttng out In Augu.s: 'in-. %  .it i,.joined by two mon : %  %  I.ips. the SaMlhrrn liar vrstrr it Southern Venturer Giant IVriin Ship I MI Jepai aftai ti %  Ant*i '" srhalln: %  eason on %  i*i | . • %  ; 000-t n raotory ihip, The S0.000-toi Juan Paten %  lalrned lo ithi UM % ship in th* world %  ...... ornptetion for ' >* i %  !U*y, lock is Ilkelj I The IS BxpedlUoni which took par • li i i will in* inc r e aa ed this winter %  ny, Holland, An %  %  %  i Bl it and Noi b* taking part. With whale Oil retelling over C100 a ton, some eSDOdlU I recur* El.000,0 ret I. K S %  %  i. the Roj %  >' %  ouid incl thel '.I liijtiriii As Bui Cmhefl Ind* P N*l**r Riled rrom Brit VI.I Trinidad, Orenada and Bl i thpusseng th more nu tbt as ihe Rocky Mounuuis, th Qreal Laki ond n itlonal ki Man-. i i i. %  thai RU1 II of the veei %  nf wind M..| .i.., >tietih mile aft.-i mlU ... •carle! to green, !..•:.*. Sfadento To Mrml Bookfl \l Dunkirk wii %  be %  %  Din 00011 betu their WO) Into Dunkirk th* I'H %  leople took me Cram the municipal 111 i Hftl 'ii II and iv i | lenta froi anlveialtk ir* *Olng to Hiiiikiik next monl help -"ii "ii' and i %  krh have nOW I** ii r %  %  Ill I ive up m iin.M'i hotldaj lo UMJ lob Sot HItaking -i i k-blndinj %  •for* thi Th* Unll i |p An r. Kollig t o th* National 1 ihen II •> NB.W SHIRT FACTORY REGISTERED IN P.O.S. i oil i -i i %  A riev In Port-of-Spi i Hou of *I50,0HI Th* capital id into 1,000 Ch '1 i I ; %  ind turn bite i ounl I i 4 th> C.C Council Meets Aug. 8 %  %  men i %  %  lgU*1 8 ASTHMA Mucus Loosened First Day i tmmm\ lit*, wnilir %  %  >. l %  hrii.,|h lha Liiwi, uim %  %  a'aMa hal|>tn* i>*iura lmnij|%  :> %  > war*: I. !['[ %  • I !" -.M" and ravihlrk Mranf %  n -.. %  %  I. Thua 'C ilMp I. HalpaaJlavii ",u*r,ins, whftn. •n M ii,. | i-k • %  ilara'.'ltxn or mouv MrH %  .(•iilaad Sit MKSVACb ttv* Oi-m'it loUj. -, c ILW.L Ex/tort}* JXow One-Fifth Of Pre-Mar • % % % % % %  hhown In dartaUatl R| A I iM tfi | pro-war an* 1 post-war imports i' i >f bananas. rh*j w ahow th;it rxpotis of bgnangg from the UVst Ii ||*M, U-IIK-.'I avanuf 14^)00,003 bu: %  %  %  . he Depgrtmenl say th**t bl wi are report. 'where qua efrec'ive." M u %  . The ( .m ran area aCUl export no*t of 11 ' %  %  %  CosU %  he I9S5--'' 14.it73.000 ptl cat in lUMi. according to the %  %  Die oUs %  .huh I., i in 1(135I.I to IS,1W,000 bun h*a in IBM %  : KM ol i3.un nuo Dunchei d %  pi.i to r. MI 000 a year, says the D*| art" %  nent .!.iin.ni .1. will, h %  I %  %  I %  %  all of which *1 I 'hat the tot them Stead) Riga th* total world export ol i .. Is given as 111.850,000 I' rear Tin alf durI s rin raja i All Canada Is Asking To Soe The Princess on m i %  no..n <; .\ei n %  i o th* visit < i Princesa Ellaal v %  nd i'i Ince Philip in IH sifiing hundrecb of and village m the Dotninion. When t. nltb Ided on i lerarj. ivlll bt uscuaocd 1 '' % %  Cabinet On being %  pproved, li will l >ui mtttad to tinpi net through tinBritish I ment la %  %  nenl I i nf piepaiilig th* ed i ite li iikih to take i ft %  k Make a beautiful jelly... with Bird's Jelly-de-Luxe! 6iv titty mill j parh pn n am I4rd*i Mly-da-l use in >\oinii-iti,i ways, i' 1 "op I'm rashi JIM i ooiottfi t.n Ihcni Midi linn OBrve them in OSClung Nh-nc* 'th prcliy unmaUaat. Btrd'i JaUy-de-Lun .-i* quickty. perfv IICIKIOIK ii on Itavou i being the orchard nitiu to VCMI Make OIK loaHjhi . ami net . licit* JHI...I.IL. |ln|ai U i .1.1. i1... I...-I .u.mlill. l UIlll>. .IIIIIP II .iilil I I'd li BIRD'S JELLY-DELUXE K a INSIST ON %  1 i'i HI \ \ mows H THEY ARE THE BEST i B 1 H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents u n-tliiflimi at III -I ', lfll-1-llt.t-1. I til.mil THERMOS PICNIC SEIS tar 2. .'I. A I /•/#• VAI.ISKS ATTACHMENT CASKS /.ll'l' TASKS KVH.III S LTD. 1 I'm.' mm UM I'll! I' nnv 1:1 no Prli e 24.00 IIMH IMI p lc 1869 IIOU IJ.M now KM am IH.IKI Pl |C6 III IV UN hvt "s iiurnj I! PYREX WARE IH' VI Hit #•;# ISHI.XS CASSEROLES CUSTARD DISHES in Shell Shapes BREAKFAST, DINNER & SOUP PLATES LARGE ROASTING DISHES now available &t (AVI MiM*iii:iu A CO. 10. II. 12 c 13 Broiid Slrtel. LTD.



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PACT SIX BARRADOS ADVOC \TF TIHRMHY. Jl IV 2fc. H51 HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY 7 !" *w:us WHETHER YOU ARE A LARGE USER OR A AFTERDINNER MISIRY? lhi ,.pl ,-*•' -.n>P" „,, %  ; J. llM -p M*** -^1 REDROSE EDHKn •,.6o>><" £ SMALL USER YOU DESIRE THE BEST TEA SO USE RED ROSE TEA IT IS GOOD TEA. I SEND YOUR I ORDERS! TO ADVOCATE PRINTERY DIAL 2620 l //'#V/.'A'*VA''W//'W IT PAYS YO U TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only Usually NOW 61 M Usually Now Tins Kardomah Coffee (1) 95 Pkgn. Jack Straws Pkgs. Custaid Cream Biscuits 51 -Ml Tins Gloria Evap. Milk 29 M Bottles Grolsch Beer 24 l Cakes Ivory Soap 27 M



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III! RSI) \Y PI I V M. 19.11 ll\i:il\IH)S AKVOCATK ru.i -.IM/N' I CLASSIFIED ADS PI IMH SALES fAMin ltChOTpe VM> n TILfcPHOHI ISO! PI— i Nliwnh and In Memoruvm •*• " t;.M on weea-da and 11 SO i lot any numbfi ol •old* up to SO and S mU per word on •*• and cent* per word on Sundays for ana* •Jlllioinl word Foil RENT Birth* %  ' t lhC (mil per wore ir %  .rid 4 pnIMJ loi P" — S REAL ESTATE %  Ch 10(1 It Appl> to i %  IN MBMOBIAM %  %  %  %  %  1 1 %  %  1 t d not it A %  . I %  IE.TEH— In fcndf.l T> Than took our owi Rany, Cirtl. l*o!la. N AHna. M Ii FOR SAMAL'TOMOTIVI %  %  %  Vl M %  % %  %  Tl (MM coatBUi Drawl f I Room*. Ik.. bodroom. and • Un-niU'ri Tn'Mnwnii upsiatM Gnvcrrunrm wafer* and el.-.tiic HgM Wat The above property will b* aai up f.,. Mto b Piablir competition al M cdne, Jan.ee Street on Friday, nth July 1WL of application to MlM Cummirg al the premiee. ,, Thur*da>* and am. YF-MlWOon a. BOYCK. % %  Unllira IT 7 M I I.ANO AT ST LAW HI NCt tunable %  K K. Hunle. telephone 11)1 or Mil III M id, AltnVSWNI'EMt::*' I'* (AH One Vauahall la j I0.M0 mile*. Ilka new Phone 4*0 Orll Stoulr. BalaoM 1M6. 1*41 ,n I Sport. Modal. WoLarlcy I Saloon and Hunu 10 Halo.ni Telephon. *3I Col*& l" lid II : ii Ip ROCK HALL PLN: St Paler ACTMK, OSSS II.IIIIO" OI 11 ANT Appl. Jb T al 1" Colonial i .irporalHir i ivHaa appla-alion* from nua lifted and %  II for the inniia and Kami R-pli %  Mr O Boddam Colonial DrirU.ptnml Corporation. Ul M..pe li.dd. Liauanea, P U Jamaica X : 11 dn t %  : %  .. si i i mjt %  do .. %  .. i Lurnbai uaaaMBca A lUr.... Ji Co soTM tin A|.p Latin.,, are 1. ; of Head Maitrr o the SI Audit* • %  tiom the ArcSdia .on of Q %  M T .1 an LNDI:RCOM:R GIRL 40,000 Cards—He's Just A Beginner WASHINGTON i She passed her > She Kesigrtcd nod again to talking about She had lack of partial paralysis Six ... .•ung lad hn ha. ..ld. U>r v. .„ ,. H ui %  % %  ndwr.lUK la Hull A OBI PO Baa i %  par day ORA OK Hal iMrt I hill Rat*. Ira •tRASlDF. INN Beach Rat" day. Enq^lrla* wiHT> Granada I I jtrll '••* Hatra bom ST par head % %  .. %  "I driven. Mileage IMS. Owner I.I-i.l Telephone SU* or ZM1 %  t it -i %  I 1' %  %  day On Grand Anaa Bathin, om M 00 per head pet .: %  .%  %  MJI M iLv.red *.thli-. Woken Dent-.l PERMIT A I. Tha pubinan %  M,:TI: lie.in %  old in -' I'A III il.IN A .1 1 do nol LOST & FOi :* LOST Lo.t m canadl— %  i t Caviw ,i [ % %  .. ,i MM %  mall Blark Noti l'ook with lnd*x and a Pock* ti> hoi. % %  .in paper nr eara* Baward Pnor." nil M" Pt-OTS A SAI r %  final Riwd ftad %  wOl M rawaiOod < Una It T %  i W.ln.,.1 T.-ld.T.i II i i IM1 ourkinl oidei Rinc a• n-ent Includins I A I III)'. %  Eiectrolwrt. Jk-riii-Indirect Bowli. I A1 L.ahl %  rOBkCta, Table Lampa lum al Mahoc.iiiy. Saving Minor. i | %  Oi it'out hoi watT haate.* Di.J STIJ %  S4 7 U Ih. UNDBI THE l;.\>;i)\l) II \MMKR %  a bj I arih J I O'clock at the BattMdoi Ta.l CM. fcervice. II .. i„, y^, I; I enaiive In i.rder. tvret Bond ... i %  rhanirji lloraa with two trailer* It H u, perfect uorklnf order Ii „ ,„,( i,„ ininti for a lumbt T hardware or pro%  .i to ruiV-dau< n Xvndavi week-datia NOTICE ^*"i?" or **'NT raoaiAi -IH> TTNOr.lt" will l>e mtiv MOTOR STARTERS — DO and Star-Delta ill' SingV 1'haaLni Prevenlor. Dial ISTs. Da CoaU aV Co Ud Electrical Dept M J SI fl i 1PSI i f.i.nl lid StaT.EPHTAKF. TICKET : %  1 \I I tT > a,. i %  N.U M "t M ohaal 0 %  riureh Viil-at-. "i l.l.-l ( IKIlHv Ml llll l-t INIHV Kl Mm (otlrr ll hi M the i .II. ii' orlsma tint within i. 1!.' hei-aby glvt rrom inn dn %  Ol >ueh M ...llftcaia will bt Board of Dirccioi*. 3Sth July. nil. iOIS SMI Ralph Beard Invitea you MB Stork of rtiriiilure In hU New Shi— llonma. Lowei Bay Street The following Baraalna are offered to you: Mac ilnl ta.OO a pr ; Blrrh TUnioj a pr ; Itu.h Uprlsht Win i i Arm Chaira SIO n Rocker. Sll 0 a pr. Steel Arm Chair11100 each: Ruah Morrt. Chain S3000 1 Morrl* Chaira S3S 00 coeh Not (oiEettii'd a lame • .irietv of New I htand rumlturaj Phone w %  %  MECHANICAL. B1CVCUBJ i| MISCELLANEOUS at GkNidala. St. Thotnaa V • —lope "Taivdara for i idata" tor in-prciio,, .,o,l furlher parllruUra applyW T GtXJDING. Slrons Hope plantation, Chur.li Warden 1ST SI 4n NOTICE PARISH or -.UNT iixirn laaled tender*, marked on Uti %  'Tender for the Em-timi or a Pavilion ni Bathahrba." will lie ieci-lv..| B] BM %  • ial Treamrer'. Office up to biuidav utn A.IUI. IIKI t.., t nr ..r,. %  I I %  i.-heba PloyMt rietd. Coplea of the plan iiml pec i neat inni by Mr R II Moulder can be seen at Moira A. Barnea ft Co Ud or at the hlVCMal TaeatMirer* Office. Hiithiheba i | ... Ii the *um ol IIU each fo, the du.. i . COma MM doc* not bind an* ter.dar .1 Ml'.HTON M.CARTY, Serrelar >, Social Commit bra. M iooapli NOTICE is HUSSY |l< nnv debt or cl BaUrta of Daao) %  i pm ANTiyilS Of every description Glao, China, old Je*ei>. fin* Sliver .-.Barly book*. laBPS Autosrapha ale. at Gorrtnie* Antique hhop, adjolnind Rojal Yacnl Cub. 1 0 au-t f n >f April pbllui %  WE ARE BUYERS SE HAD1.A tSPAMOL OIIIIMAI CURIOS, SOUVENIRS, ANTIQUES, IVORY. JEWELS, SU.KS I TIIA.\1"S AMM-l-DffNT TOOTHPASTE it! taving -our Amm-1-drnt Tooth i Boxea Within a abort while you be Hie winner o( one ol the fnllowId Prue SHOO. >nd Pra 111 00. Prlio U 00. i.T.H— San U-d Ci— Kr-(i and Tin0 V, M Ford. 31 Knlnlil Ltd I and Scalp 1 and note the aoft lui. price i .i and S as 7 It—in i -I-ARMPownr.Rru POLL CREAM I MHJt—Supteine qu-tity and onlv at U I 1 *. ._ i_ud at M KM* l_lfc tin | % %  try the bell The S-IB lamily i IriM.I on "rarm" lor ilth and your pocket i< MSBbJ pi %  %  '•' --•'" ii a n— Lf.n. rlettlriK th .t*>r-Turton. UtOf nnilKflow.-. Ml the ISth d..% aatoOj i. .:f "rl, %  >., TtmtMln Ttieo. %  PubUa Tru.tee ol tht Itaaan tiui. t %  on a, n..ntieitl. ,tt thUioffice at Jamei Rroot, Rridaeluwn. on or aoi %  ibai INI ..fin v | %  hall pro.red t'l dlXrlbutr the aaarta o the *aid eUte amona tha parllra entl b) the delH. and claim, only of which I .hall then have had notice and thai I ahall not be %  %  ut..| paraori of WtMWa iHt.t or .l.im 1 -hall nei have had notice at the lime of MM I And all peiM.na mdrbt rl | I e-tate are requested to nettle thrir at •ounu without data* liATEO tin* Mth day al July. IMI TIMt.THV T IIKADIJ^Y.. Public Truitee. QualiAed Adn.lmrtralor of the Batate of Deademona Enatar-Turton. ri i nn nun I \ I SALE IIBM-I I 30 On Friday the loth dav of A at Ihe hour of 1 o, i will ba mid i Wm as IM hnlie.l b:udcr for anv .urn not under the apprised value All that rerUin pk iil>liiHi -bo.il l.fMO uj ft. Hluate Ir. b ,i Yeinwoori. a priv.it> %  MISCELIAM 01 S iY PBH. M MH %  o B-.* SI -tale SI 1 SI Coiiiniuiiisls Deport 2m ft) . A RVSIR LONDON. Jul M. .. %  %  pep i UlHl in.ii.' thSl J.tHIO.lKKI : entmUoa csmp* i ural n %  siUsmsnt snss ii tiM Coaununisl iloiniM.itc-d ecMiniiii-s rj| I i i %  %  nous from ad ntiu'i IIiiiiKiiun towns Batscted ul least 30,000 prir-.Hl;>. mfniiiiu %  Bled. Tbs purgs tbtro, *nu dsacrlbt d Hit ol ths si nsral plan Involving the movfn| <( ii.iiht.ii' if psrso ni 11 %  EWDpS. 11 It %  % %  luiKd I'll accounts received In Wi i.it.N. said thai that numbat deported soarsd wsU 2.(H>0,000 und was stlU motll lailj Bspt I snalysii tif ih( cheap %  atujaiif ai.,1 unoaddjj tuwai I (ot orkers St DO coal to U* Reports aald in Bulfaril thai al least 700.000 persons have bean fleeted by the puree In Poland WHI.OOO. U.ii.i.niM 4S0 1 00ll I'/.-, h( %  •lov.iki.i flu.oou. ind ) i--iii.ips 110,000 InctudJns tha moat recent victim: \ that if the number o( in lluli;. i. the tsrsst isimad to be U i nf roushly 10 population in each of tin ersstton or slave labourer moclrl Informiints said from the Rullone mon thun 300,000 pSOOli deported out of the %  % %  of 500,000 I (hs iniiie population SSVS fol B few t/iousand straKRlers ht* been it'inove'i froni Viinui. Tltil|f;irin. u Black Sea port, and tha N ival bstt UT. | abOUl -That rraij. she passed on tht street %  i in lionie the body of her %  .utiai m the lime churchyard <>f %  -k. Virginia rioV 5 a herd they bad %  That day people were nuirmurng about what a shsmi it was *uch a line ytlmg fellow should lave a sister like Marv Stalctip .. I..va! HI like him? %  what she COUld not tell them WSI I | tls I %  %  u L It ...,m! was ill pttrt of the nine sincouM %  %  vi Ism thai -hr waa Olrl No 1 for the %  i nffpisrltt i of UM rstus in Wahing0B, Isouhlr Life U iry to-daa Hct Mvkward now She married a man who dM ttOf i fBI and ha is the father of i How dtd .1 feel to live .i .iotilili Ufe? H. w did ll Mi MartTward, M o. :' psocli muttarbi traitor, my name In the paper, people I'd known ill n > Uff snuiiiiniK me In public. "It all started MM da) when an 1 : sMnd if he inmiit i %  •I had no Ides what II about i %  ii ward to being %  He i %  i %  %  i io*i the Communist Party were BpenUni In th me to help. I rter thinkIni about it a while 1 did not my fiance. though v, %  \ fra pi rore he went overseas • I | I if still dldnl know lhal his bride %  an under-cover .i.rkei with the Cnmn Mi M irln a %  -''..iici UM • A Vuik Hull Wnrker I... ilktd into nisi dqi lei %  Wl U HSUM and Id she wanted • wn i. ivinj iit.i lhal I..L i %  and 1 wag Invltctl That was i %  Wo ) l lustomen fi %  %  took the oppurttinilv Of srisntngj hei Conununl i %  ,s on iiiJ %  >"'ii ol %  %  irds Marj I B '1* V*rb.er that she bed i. II the psrig •>"I ..in glad it's over." she says. M> baby, ri" husband -he's been %  us about il—and our four-room bungalow are BDSUfn %  Markward If she had any idea why. out of oil w.i-liiii*iiini. they picked on her It was Ihe only question she docked With a iniile she isld' 1 think I do, but I am no! it lay, At the tune I bad %  'The Verve One thine sinle.iined as an irei girl not to place toe %  nee on people W i iota of the vary people i to call me traitor come up to BM now Ml UM ': % %  tha nerve h) s.iv tli.it. of tOUTM tliev ri-iill' never belksVSd i VfOfd Of d evt" Hi the 11 worn ii cm* MI. in Ht--Hvrii 1 l •• Mr. John 1; ]'><• %  Sussex, il '.e wm!,i hamplon collector of smokerN 1 %  Hi disiius.*es %  Mi John Bartlelt, of New Zealand, who has a 40,000 card collection as a beginner Mr. Brown has a collection to ut loiicctnms it contain--\ I lltKARV f IMI books dealit; -Mlli the uses of tobacco, it* i .II i fay smokers A SMOKKRS Ml SEtM Of 131 pipes, including meerschaums, china, glass and potteiv |>:pes from all over the world, antique vesta mat. h snuff-boxes and pipeUgMm KAJDaADOO N ptrRBUANCr f the Chaneary Act ItOS. 1 >n* havina or cUimina any ••tale. neM '" %  M ut ->r affectina the property haiainaftar man ilefenilanii l,> brina before ne an account of their and voucherto be eaamlna-l t>. ma on an; _# la ....... n rf a o'clock in tha afternon before Ihe l.'nh day ol ranortad on and lanaed accord in U.N. FORCES SKIRMISH a From Page 1 way through biller t i.inimiml Bra to Misty, Bogaeuma later the second 0 ve.it hod the II N UneImt i! h.ul sufT.-ie-l soiiuIO.M. • %  .1 spokesman for tht I Kii K.i.st .urfiHCe s.ud the iillfon i | WOUld not dignify with denial Conununiat Chins that 8 U.S. let phines Hew doap InU M.niehi.i I.I l.i S..tm.i.i'. CMnsso .i.iinie,! Cemntunl planes inol dosm seven or th' i i hi H A t'.ii I said Communist clalnir. of Vloli UM of the Manrhuiian border had been made before* with' r %  —li.P thereof te. ( .. ueh per-m. will be prerludad from lha benefit. of any deciee and daprivad of aU claim, on nr aaain.i u>e uid \>i part) ri AIM-TUTS: JACK IIOYCK (ill.l. ainsiuirt i oawAi-n CIBAHAM OKANS ranriRTl MX THAT carUIn place or parrel ol land .Ituat* in th. BalRl I %  %  • > ui thu laland c-mtainlna hv admeaauieinanl one acre two rood* twenty .even pbrche. ur the,*ah,i<< Ahuti'i* %  two -.deon other land, of lha delrndanl on land* ol CoUrton rianlaOon and on Ihe pol.ln mad ol howwve. elw the alnit and hound Toarthei w.lh Ihe if Q a Iwettlna ou-a called I>aane HolL.w and all and .inrular other the l.uUdlna* on lha *al< parcel ol land eircbad and bulll ANI1 BSCOMni.S ALL THAT oOMr piece or parrel ol uiiid .ttiuMa in the aai.t paiwn ol Saint I > and 1-1 .* b] .dmea.ueameait th.r %  a. < e. Hue* rooda thirty and f.^.r l.lik. parche. or thrieauoui* abulllaa and bound um on other land* of Ihe defendant beina the parcel of land dr.t herein darribed on Un.l. ..f t aileion Planiation on land* of Checker Hall Plantation on land, of Checker Hall .old In lot. on lands — Oeane daeeae** and on the public road or Bli> A thruMM 1 th. I.Milt v In tune tin \ gaVS me a paid ..mi I .1%  oon mi gixxl terms %  top pt onla 'hi my husband's first leave I 'h.iuiihl I h...l better tell Inn 1 bll scirt'il but he wag sen understanding Mrs, Maikward Brew in imporihtii.iitv Soon she was j I %  %  g)vi n I El of infiltrating Ule union*'*' toai mills around | I land, 1 10...V ot this year she I hai bSSn lelllng what she knows I about that in loci %  BURMESE GOVERNMENT PLANS SUGAR WORKS RANGOON Tha Bunssas Ooven planning to ssUbush a niaai b ttuy in Ihe neiu futuie to n 1 the conn' %  f-Mill uaskry .., sugar. I'insrnt •iigar-producu-r capacity u.1 .,.. r... aala — ., Public Bulldlnai BrMgatO* the data %  i' urlng lha I IM, Kl NNI FM CAMI TiiS ll M AI.K %  RUTH %  JK A BBHH "' %  'All I xr.-r ,.|.. r ALL THAI u .| .Itualr • Plantation In tha ,n. in i>, adoie,uure.ne.it three acr<. and Ihlrl) .1,1,1 p.-rrlir* b*J Ihe MSM Bio. %  %  i. i f. ., ,i. MfMll Of U.,.1 OMlalnlBg by admaaau. menl Two 11.4. and IwaMi Mail paeeROS One acre one rood. One rnod a lou'tn prrcli i '.'.IIII K .n.d imundtug aa a who 0,1 Un0 %  '•• "' I I OS or BMd of Mr. n Loon l.o.l. how o. late of I Oilffilh. %  • the public road >nd on Und. now t '-'' I kbaM n.v butt ... Toffe.hrr with the Me*aua|a oi Dwelling Kouae live rami ami .11 .,, •uvular othi-r ihe houtr* and milhouiei on Ihe .aid land erected .oil i> • iaodln ..r.i being with UM .ppm'.. .1. , u.t,,.,, II Will ll-ji-ir.ii in ( i .. •Ml PtUCS £1.111 10-Od. OATS OF RAII IMh Aupurt. 10*1 M 1 il 4r. Big (gajvaagCT In ItaiiUIIU I'rnilui lion A lo-da\'s G.A. Song T^F-A for .... "Can't you see how happy we would be .... With GAS installed limit i IT :i Ki Ml condition With Ili.l SOtS Da Coata It Co M.t.N OR 'trance, al 0 i und towaid* *BU< AIA'ANIZED XAnJI %  tchmaon A. C i i II .y v:i K i.i for all pu.po". or PritHoal. Jfiatilam*-i sues ",,|nk n' 1 "' %  "• mil* iSI.aar.7ft, a Mewnrl f %  Ii i %  i.. HUMS ass. r T IIEADLXY. Pmfal Slar.hall Marahars office. %  B) from pane 5 rising steadily, reaching of 97,951.000 bunchei In 19*0 The Caribbean-; trade, wlinh total. % %  ( 70,001,000 rsai baler) II %  food at .'.!t.Mi no" bunchf 1950. The othei Important bonan i produclni areas i oven rj D ment'i MI say era South th of which have I (port ivei pr -wai I '..! %  : II „. %  ihe grai snd 11^50,000 %  came mainly from Bra l both of wlin I been a l l from 1.0.0,000 t ni" h.U) 8.732000 bui ft 'I III Africa, where total SSpOTt nant rose from 12.482,000 bunches a > %  10 10,625.0f(fl %  1950 than hat oean s b exports In almost STSn producing territory, especially in N the Cameroons. when rose from 2.337.000 bti year In INS-SI bunches i.i 1950 Most impcrtifik OOttOtli I purchases since the war. Most drastic rut ishown in figure, for, the United Kingdom, where banana ImporU, Bvernglnn 13.186.000 b roar baforo the wai. stood si R.184.000 bunrhoi in ,n 50 A somewhat hriglrI writed by Canad ed 11 ' ,l,rn i,n average of 2.250.000 i vear l>e'' : 1004V Itl'lAII' voog CHANCERY SALE i-.I-e.tv .ill .e IKKIJEfllCK AHCHUBAIJI CUNKAD fftftDlM0flrrl I'l -1 gSSI IIIIIHBgmn (l *IHatM|lll OrMMU I*efe.id-m l-ROI-rHTV ALL UtAT Mrtl 11 hrrker 11 PUrdalloni alluale In the r,.n.li ol S.I.I LMW and l.larvd aSafOMlrl %  Hevan aciaa three lood* thlrly Un perch*, nun %  b-undlnif on landa now or Ule -a Mi Wataon an long H i-'r .,1 |I.M, RU OUvar Dot 11 I %  ..and in i tUnkaon ana HI I .,.Pub t( BBCOtfDLti ALL i H t t rorl I %  l i i %  h> Itatl I i.i.cii. .II ..,'i i al l..i ai.,1 laland BfotSMld air i I. i.i 'i i' ding on i..udof oiivi i... .... ritaae >nd gm ssl Auguatua Hma..... and m i id aMah theri* IM1HDI V Al THAT ce.l.. i. .iti II ,ii puntmiom ailu in lha pan-' if Saint Luey a I I dng b> %  dmea.iirem. I Sou n d of 0 n R,i|M ot Way on other taric. W U d OUtrai %  %  %  rtH'RTIILY AU. THAT plai e. piece o. parcel of land now in lha parlih of H.ni-1 I i.u-a*o rente ni I .. I .i llabha and Chat .K i. , M..*i,l-r aOM i.i.Hdina. %  Pi "i I irnat-aMM. DATSI "i %  • iaei %  .i.i. i, than %  atagn md Sn i .,..1 i. i %  it %  i . iA ( III || I 1IOS %  %  %  including I I ets from %  Mr. Hrowifs smoking i ll S. A BRIIJ-II Al.ll I through bar Wonder land on Hew i York cinema ser*en* at the same .int.* thai Al. I BSStoOB character. wander^ through I Wait Disney lost his lawsuit to prevent a French-made Alice. played by British actress Carol Marsh and supported by -yuppets, being shown at the same time as his cartoon Alice OFFICIAL NOTICE IN THE COURT Of .'HANCVHY %  B| oi Public Huildina*. toned une property of lha bum* with llvair wifiveaae*. i at tha BaaialraOon office. Auau.t. IMI in order that the nai ii re and priority ST ni..! ; and bi SHIPPING NOTICES BtOMTRSAL. M • i i. M I-. ISM milMD LINF IJMITBD. >M ANX ) S "AILMIIA al *cl^duled to *all m MelNxirne Ilth June. Iiriiliana Und ve, Port Alma Mth June. BydsaSJ v tlh. arnvirr TrPildad end Jul*. I lluhiido* early Aufull Lg 'KIT niHV la acheduled ••. I fiom Kobarl late June. North Ouean*.1 mid July. IliKlMine and July. Mvdne) ly AdUil. Melt.n.rna mid AufiM arrivals • %  Tnnlda.l mid Sepitmber Carpo acceptad nn th.ouax Sliri* ..t %  id fioirn t .rso. In ..-. I. St. .laiiM's U J-.lorov .lone houne ol HO.-I KHUld i. ti .irum, !,„.,l.vi „„ „v.i .. I, nil...I '"-.-I IJII ivllh "'" :''"!• tronUge. Flr,l clan >ndy iM-w-h. larfe llviii. i.< %  ,-. StMroomi on ll>^ uuuei floor will, .imllar cf


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ESTABLISHED 1895 THURSDAY. JULY 2fl, 1951 I'Kli E REDS SUBMIT NEW PEACE PLAN U.N. Say Proposal] Mac Arthur Is "Interesting [' Welcomed In Boston UNITED NATIONS ADVANCE BASE. Below Kaesong, Korea, July 26 A UNITED NATIONS Spokesman said UN. and Communist delegates meeting in Kaesong to day came closer than any time previously tc agreeing on an agenda for the cease fire talks. They still disagreed on the question whether the withdrawal of foreign troops from Korea will be one of the agenda points. But Communists tossed in a new suggestion on this point to day and issue has been taken into consideration by UN. dele gates An official communique report" e i on the] On*I formulation of the said the new Communist propose' was %  •suftiiu-iiUv into tton "in detail." I" N. delegate askrd fnr ii reatU 3 p.m. tomorrow when they presumably will give thcii reply, Brigadier Qootral u/iiham Nuckols who briefl < % %  irung. laid ha felt the imunlal proposal was prepared HI advance "f the h>day. The belief i • -loieitnte. Central Nom II of trie North Ron i not brin* e profjoaal up until the af te rnoon session. He apparently kept It In his brief ease during the mormng talks while Irving t" convince the '• ' i view* on the subject. Apparently the t' N delegation stood firm and did rinl yield all day and he thru felt moved to produce the pjail win. I have glvegj talks new life i Nam ll's statement wax prepared in both English and Chinese translations. Nuckols said he did not :< work and tra ns latio n COUld have been done during the two hour noon PI To-day's session had bean expected to bring a showdown on the lad demand. Chief U.N neajotlaAdmiral C. Turne* Joy nad warned at a previous session last Saturday thm Allies never would agree to withdrawal as a rendition of armistice. Had both •udes stood firm it was thought That the lalk.< would aft*. The scheduling of a •nth meeting tO-BWCTOe u ., hoponj The "nt thai no morning meeting Mill be held Thuradoj Aral time itnee negoUatione began, I ;hat ellher lb Communist team wished to consult its headquarters on new pro| i %  s George i in Washthat the withdrawal of foreign troop pose no i "tie proper i thai would be after ttUemen? had been reached. Wednimeet B H followed %  %  %  i 11 the situi' %  n'f ' N toil to write drawal of foreign troops into the .enda. Joy and his colleagues said the withdrawal was a poll* lion and could be taken up only at a general peace conference After the armistice had tnken effect —I'.P. Bidault Asked To FormGovt. PARIS. Jub ?. r >. i r lent Vincent Aunoi called on Georges Hidault. Catholic Revho has garvi I n Foreign Minister m mam poetwoi C i ilnei to lead Prarh e i-ut of her prolonged Governmental crisis whioh has weakened her international position. Annul summoned the veteran Foreign Affairs speclalUt from his iipnrtment at 11.30 a.m. to offer him the Job of trying to form a Government. 'tene Mayor, Radical Socialist lost thebid to become Pn the Coalition Cabinet early today when the Assembly rejected him overwhelmingly In so doing the Catholic Popular Repulican party served notice they would not accept any attempt by the Premier designate to avoid of the bitter dispute over statr aid to church schools. BOSTON. tal] M. Dougtai MooArthur err \i-l here on Wedm %  raceived hero'i eselcome. he set tint an .' motor tour of the rite beTire addressing a joint the Massachusetts Legislature Smiling and wavll g. It* I u laid Con RUUMM r left bv iOci.il train that had brought hur from New York for bis rlrst formal addrcsmiirr th< Kure.ii talks started. It was hinted that the -,-• %  might I* of intci A I i-run salute br>n com ea the Qeneral his attractive wife, fnends and aides marie their way through throngs to the walling motor 1:11 More than 1.000 nolt<-.> were in :ln aoee to hold back the crowds that bad !>een collecting ghnce morning Slate and QiivOlluneill and nunteroua busJneai firms declared half holm %  m i loyee mlgnl n I i Thousands lined the strt'< i n ceoiUon started along the route dotted with hi-ti rle MacArthur was ext.n i. ureellng* of the city b) Maya John it Hyneev Then the Oera i il entered his ear and the procession started at i rode tw. ride Bu car. holding back the crowds that threatened to halt its progress A storm of ticker tape floated down from office buildings Police eetlmati it least two and i ha'' million neople would see the General during the two-da% — I'.P. Xo Atom Sbeik Xrc In Korea U.N. Officials Say U N ADVANCE CAMI*. KOREA. Jul> IS There are reports that atomic shells have been furnished U front line U.N. artillery units but official headquarters here are stonily silent about th*m. RepOtta of the shelU wenCirculated in the V.S One Brigadier General, who asked that his name is not to i* used, expressed complete disbelief In the report which aid that new atomic weapons have been successfully tried out In Southern Nevada te-t>. and then shipped to the Korean front. Another Brigadier Qeneral, William P. Nuckols. the DtpUt) ChM ol Information for the Air Foire offered this guarded opinion' "There has been no official announcement that 1 know of concerning atomic artulei'. ammunition. If there were such ammunition. I doubt if a preliminary announcement would be made." One phase of the persistent rumour nsserled thai the visit to Korea last mourn of General George Marshall was in connection wffii Ihe Oral supply of new ammunition This ui directly challenged by a Major who accompanied Qeneral Marshall to his front line confcirnce. In anything ns lm| i ol atume weapons. certainly, a front line commander would have been briefed for longer than that —I" P Mid-Western Flood Heads For South' CAPE UIRAROEAI'. Missouri, July 25 Jhe devastating mtdwo s tOT l i fiOOd headed for south today but minus the punch that an estimated S1.OUO.000.UIH) damages In Kansas and Missouri Army engineers and bureau officials dont expect further damage as the M River flood creit heads for the U.N.Forces Skirmish With Communists EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Korea, July 25. United Nations forces skirmished with Communist troops outside the ceasefire conference city of Kaesong and Allied lines against any surprise Rod offtntivt. U N patrols north of the Imjin river OP Ihr western front reported increasingly numerous clashes with Communist patrols just outside Ihe live-mile limit around demilitarized Kar*"iin;. Itel.-w Kaesong. Allied tanks %  gnd tro-.p-carryinK vehicles and 1 llOIISamls A'lit'lld Quartermaster supply units, wer^IN'lain's Fiiiit'rul Count Carlo Sforza Slightly Worst' HOME. July IS Th Tidition of C'. til Sforza, whi has been ill the pasl 15 days, i< reporteii won*, The 7"->e.ii-oi,i diplomat suffered on attack of fl< %  Doctors said. hoWOvCT, thai hn condition i* Dot > riUeal hlfWntaJ J UOrten -.aid last night that the remicr Designate Alni. \>, Oaspen's new cabinet list dropped Sforza as the Potetejl Minister. However, he was %  chedulod 10 become Minister without port* folio In charge of Itallnn m tinCouncil of Europe at Strasbourg —r r Training Ship Ilaulvd Afloat roi'ENIIAUF-N J.ilv U The Argentina training ship Tuvrrednn ensl last night hauled afloat b> four DuU) tn oil Qgh! elng aground for 38 hours Not until the entire 350 tons of fuel had been unloaded and all the lifeboat water din In pulling UM tafiiedon afloat. The ship was towel to the quay todav and divers en< to investiRiire thi pOSStbta — r r ILE M'\ I rrmno July 28. nilllpe Pete iti IJS^ jourriiv borne on the should* UU (aithbil followers to a wind-swept grave on thb U -n inland. Tn< cortege lie idack oaa coffin left 0 where the fl.S year old Ex-Marshal of Fri-nce had been ed from his place of deetli in hospital. mdi of Frenchmen from of France lined the route to ihe tiny rhapel only MO DfeM Bere he died. While the coffin Wig 'vine Iitwly alone th. winding road, the widow dressed In a lor %  .; and leaning heavily on a can vns led tn her -ene in the chapel by memberof the fam;l'. %  v. Pierre Herald followed • Jacques H to the right of the neve hlle In Paris pol lUthorities etttfl • nd flower*; Triomphe — tomb Of unknowi mory. Wreaths carried the Ii "To A Great Frenchman. Pelain I l btlng north along the SeoulKeeeo n g highway to strengthen the Allied defence lines. U.M.. sources have %  peculated from Ihe start of cease-fire talks that the Communist peace bid might be Just a cover for ptepgretiens for a new Red offensive by over B50.000 trnons. Crminn activity nevprtbelc-' was -till on a relative)v small ile Belated field reports Indicated heaviest action was oq the eastern fiunt west -outriwe<-t ul Kaesong. 20 mile-; nortt of the 38th parallel. Allies Withdraw Allied troops stormed a Com%  eld hill there f. (r the tr*igM dav Tuesdn failed to dilodga well entrenched Rod battalion. %  "-irun and mortar AJUee to withdraw inlet fire subsided Tues day night Two other Allied UlUI %  M other Communlt troops dug in on hill tops. the east central front Communist companv ambushed %  '-at patrol north-north• • Teneipl Tuesday and split One grotio foujhl rtl #> On page ? Asia Earns A Low Income NF.W YORK. July 2fl. A United Nations economic survey showed on Weil inAsia with half of the population account tenth of the hereas the United States with 'ii per cent of the (topulatloo irne ts pei %  eni of the Ii In terms of dollars tfw report showed that the overage annual income per rnpite Is SI.100 in the United S Iran Will Not Back Down On Oil Issue TEHERAN, July 28 -\N IRAN GOVERNMENT oil olBcial ur?ed tliat Iran British talk* be i-esvmed before Iran's morale gets so low that further negotiations would be impossible. Kasem Hassein. the Financi repre sentative on the Oil Nation: II an interv'ew thai Ivan ins iftreen io 1, ernment representative i comino to Teheran for talks, provided that t .'v repTanl the Anglo Iranian Oil Company a id no* the Brlt'sh Labour Government. t. .. .. \\ eel (iermam Wauls Air Lift Mr.MBCRH of lh %  L. to R N WUfud Rpdh->a Au^> im Ei>rn OaaieroD. I>OI "en u H erasa), J 'y Biarh* (Capt |, l-enrl Mendee Mvr < .lletuleaud Dorothea flrlvcster. Camarnn, Kim.. Wll*on. Mr m Lai (Vice Cspi >. Ahieli Morrison Opposes Alliance With Spain LONDON J %  ;\ SECRETAfl Herbert Morrison, told tin i .us thai the pi %  %  i ilitarj alliance with n would bring "politics entire com pi i The Conaei vatives mei ittaek witl "linn-, Labourites cheered the .'• crm alTairs debate. af""i oi aid %  Hi •itlotti v MM chanaod The > Wli-Tl.t I'M 0o l.i A 1— 1— um , ( %  '.., uM vireii^thi-n n'lrnunilv I 7/irmi ('.antly in Parents •*-!*!' KAESONG, Kiilil V < .ind> for K.... i • in riri-n aeerii eaeaeel u laternjliiM^il in. idriil uti >d eeeeuu n storied uhrn 11..i eerre> opoiidciu* ivere Mervtemini r.'h ulhrr here, and J North Koroaa eakeel. "w*j do roe thrtn* uiulv to rhlieren*' 1 An \iin in in >i |i im i said "thef look hunar\ like lliry tii-rd II. JIMI lhr> ill BO even -iin of uantiiiK it." iiir CeaueenilH neaL "HI I treat roe le loaew, thai ere %  BVe |>lrnl> nl I and* (.n li.mr .mil throi> uiiih I* >i.nr Lithrr .ttid niolht r HUM the Nerte Korean .^kr-d if iinAaterleeni airan ihrew randy I net eeel f hindliiK II out. Somi'llin.*It*a thniHii Irom a movliu v.i.irir. thAaaerlean e-tni iiniii hut not alwara. A phutoKraphrr pulled out a (ili-ii'i ol a I .S. nav \ man h.inline randy t> %  -on II hiin-.ii child and molhrr. The North Korean ancrllt nl.-i Ihe pleturr. to.. ,i nilo ptefee. -nd ln-*ed lltrm away. The ft anir Irani, oiudoea t< aveU aa inrid. The North Koreea Vaa heard BHltterhHJ 'Jime'htni! alxuit "Urtible ImprrlalUth. M" tiiKi..-1 ,r. Students Goodenin Scholars Director LONDON. July 2a iiir v/cal Indian Student I have passed a reaolii%  II. r^lilk. r %  WISU 1 > i inn) bkm from im depei Uni nl <>( Ooven eni thai ha declined t" Inter* Mn UM Brill itl I -ouin II ore w .1* wholat• %  I'll tn # Ithdran e fund* voted I ( eejlaletur outo. The i. %  .i Ih.-v I that *tui-(t heve would I'.IVI up I.Kill IN Ju w. %  | . %  raanded %  I % %  %  1 .itlift in i ireumvt %  n ihe v\ i %  BoclaUet P that th UU i Ihi si> II I lit Holamleh \ %  Oovernmeni 111 conft i %  no lh< rituatlon "t Thui \ W. Mm A %  I %  ,. ....... %  ,, i %  Berlin eonornj Si*i. %  the miov %  %  lay bill more tl.n I 00 i.i>MU>UKi'<< mi 114.000 ll.P • %  : %  miahl n i would i" by Ihe k on 111H I Eases in S'pitill J %  %  I i .. r Davte l i %  %  %  Atlanth Part %  %  i Ootni a1 inthlp Yufoelavte %  %  %  . ally durlnj tht r Franco %  %  propoa il i %  inj in the Buro%  %  %  %  %  ing the At: rorcee tindt I Dwiaj-i I nwei —I'.P %  poa-IMir' "In Ihe Kou* ol Pridei %  '>' i' 1 '* i Smith* MT. Win h< %  %  aik th< Scrretar ol H1 i %  %  %  n froi wisi: end oth I olonlal itlu. %  pvobleen idatlon m vleo <>' i ikdown • %  < • %  through ah %  i ntincll —I'.P. Ammunitions Tor Soviets? 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ESTABLISHED 1895
THURSDAY. JULY 2fl, 1951
I'Kli E
REDS SUBMIT NEW PEACE PLAN
U.N. Say Proposal] Mac Arthur
Is "Interesting [' Welcomed
In Boston
UNITED NATIONS ADVANCE BASE.
Below Kaesong, Korea, July 26
A UNITED NATIONS Spokesman said UN.
and Communist delegates meeting in Kaesong
to day came closer than any time previously tc
agreeing on an agenda for the cease fire talks.
They still disagreed on the question whether
the withdrawal of foreign troops from Korea will
be one of the agenda points. But Communists tossed
in a new suggestion on this point to day and issue
has been taken into consideration by UN. dele
gates
An official communique report"
e i on the]
On*I formulation of the
said the new Communist propose'
was suftiiu-iiUv into
tton "in detail."
I" N. delegate askrd fnr ii re-
atU 3 p.m. tomorrow when
they presumably will give thcii
reply,
Brigadier Qootral u/iiham
Nuckols who briefl
< irung. laid ha felt the
imunlal proposal was pre-
pared hi advance "f the
h>day.
The belief i
-loieitnte. Central Nom II of trie
North Ron i not brin*
e profjoaal up until the afternoon
session.
He apparently kept It In his
brief ease during the mormng
talks while Irving t" convince the
' ' i
view* on the subject.
Apparently the t' N delegation
stood firm and did rinl yield all
day and he thru felt moved to
produce the pjail win. I
have glvegj talks new life
i Nam ll's
statement wax prepared in both
English and Chinese translations.
Nuckols said he did not :<
work and translation! COUld have
been done during the two hour
noon PI
To-day's session had bean ex-
pected to bring a showdown on the
lad demand. Chief U.N neajotla-
Admiral C. Turne* Joy
nad warned at a previous session
last Saturday thm Allies never
would agree to withdrawal as a
rendition of armistice. Had both
udes stood firm it was thought
That the lalk.< would '
aft*. The scheduling of a
nth meeting tO-BWCTOe
u ., hoponj
The "nt thai no morning meet-
ing Mill be held Thuradoj
Aral time itnee negoUatione began,
I ;hat ellher lb
Communist team wished to con-
sult its headquarters on new pro-
| i s
George i in Wash-
that the with-
drawal of foreign troop
pose no i "tie proper
i thai would be after
ttUemen?
had been reached.
Wedni- meet BH followed
'
i 11 the situ-
i' n'f.....' N
toil to write
drawal of foreign troops into the
......enda.
Joy and his colleagues said the
withdrawal was a poll*
lion and could be taken up only
at a general peace conference After
the armistice had tnken effect
I'.P.
Bidault Asked
To FormGovt.
PARIS. Jub ?.r>.
i r lent Vincent Aunoi called
on Georges Hidault. Catholic Re-
vho has garvi I n
Foreign Minister m mam poetwoi
C i ilnei to lead Prarh e i-ut of her
prolonged Governmental crisis
whioh has weakened her inter-
national position.
Annul summoned the veteran
Foreign Affairs speclalUt from his
iipnrtment at 11.30 a.m. to offer
him the Job of trying to form a
Government.
'tene Mayor, Radical Socialist
lost the- bid to become Pn
the Coalition Cabinet early today
when the Assembly rejected him
overwhelmingly
In so doing the Catholic Popular
Repulican party served notice
they would not accept any attempt
by the Premier designate to avoid
of the bitter dispute
over statr aid to church schools.
BOSTON. tal] M.
Dougtai MooArthur er-
r \i-l here on Wedm
raceived hero'i eselcome. he set
tint an .' motor tour of the rite be-
Tire addressing a joint
the Massachusetts Legislature
Smiling and wavll g. It*
I u laid Con ruumm r left bv
- iOci.il train that had brought hur
from New York for bis rlrst formal
addrcs- miirr th< Kure.ii
talks started.
It was hinted that the -,-
might I* of intci
A I i-run salute br>n
com ea the Qeneral his attractive
wife, fnends and aides marie their
way through throngs to the wall-
ing motor 1:11
More than 1.000 nolt<-.> were in
:ln aoee to hold back the crowds
that bad !>een collecting ghnce
morning Slate and QiivOlluneill
and nunteroua busJneai
firms declared half holm
m i loyee mlgnl n I i
Thousands lined the strt'<
i n ceoiUon started along the route
dotted with hi-ti rle
MacArthur was ext.n i.
ureellng* of the city b) Maya
John it Hyneev Then the Oera i il
entered his ear and the procession
started at i rode tw.
ride Bu car. holding back the
crowds that threatened to halt its
progress
A storm of ticker tape floated
down from office buildings Police
eetlmati it least two and i ha''
million neople would see the Gen-
eral during the two-da% '
I'.P.
Xo Atom Sbeik
Xrc In Korea
U.N. Officials Say
U N ADVANCE CAMI*.
KOREA. Jul> IS
There are reports that atomic
shells have been furnished U
front line U.N. artillery units
but official headquarters here are
stonily silent about th*m. RepOtta
of the shelU wen- Circulated in
the V.S
One Brigadier General, who
asked that his name is not to i*
used, expressed complete dis-
belief In the report which aid
that new atomic weapons have
been successfully tried out In
Southern Nevada te-t>. and then
shipped to the Korean front.
Another Brigadier Qeneral,
William P. Nuckols. the DtpUt)
ChM ol Information for the Air
Foire offered this guarded
opinion' "There has been no offi-
cial announcement that 1 know
of concerning atomic artulei'.
ammunition. If there were such
ammunition. I doubt if a prelimin-
ary announcement would be
made."
One phase of the persistent
rumour nsserled thai the
visit to Korea last mourn of
General George Marshall was in
connection wffii Ihe Oral supply of
new ammunition
This ui directly challenged by a
Major who accompanied Qeneral
Marshall to his front line confci-
rnce. In anything ns lm| i
. ol atume weapons.
certainly, a front line commander
would have been briefed for
longer than that I" P
Mid-Western Flood
Heads For South'
CAPE UIRAROEAI'.
Missouri, July 25
Jhe devastating mtdwostOTli
fiOOd headed for south today but
minus the punch that
an estimated S1.OUO.000.UIH) dam-
ages In Kansas and Missouri
Army engineers and
bureau officials dont expect fur-
ther damage as the M
River flood creit heads for the
High strong levees, knap the
river in cheek the peg) of the H )
Officials said it would take a
double barrelled blow from Itoth
upper Mississippi and CM
'< bring trouble and Oh 0
flood stage iCP>
U.N.Forces Skirmish
With Communists
EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Korea, July 25.
United Nations forces skirmished with Communist
troops outside the ceasefire conference city of Kaesong and
Allied lines against any surprise Rod offtntivt.
U N patrols north of the Imjin river op Ihr western
front reported increasingly numerous clashes with Com-
munist patrols just outside Ihe live-mile limit around
demilitarized Kar*"iin;.
- Itel.-w Kaesong. Allied tanks
- gnd tro-.p-carryinK vehicles and
1 llOIISamls A'lit'lld Quartermaster supply units, wer^-
IN'lain's Fiiiit'rul
Count Carlo Sforza
Slightly Worst'
home. July IS
Th.....Tidition of C'. til
Sforza, whi has been ill the pasl
15 days, i< reporteii
won*, The 7"->e.ii-oi,i diplomat
suffered on attack of fl<
Doctors said. hoWOvCT, thai hn
condition i* Dot > riUeal hlfWntaJ
JUOrten -.aid last night that the
remicr Designate Alni. \>,
Oaspen's new cabinet list dropped
Sforza as the Potetejl
Minister.
However, he was chedulod 10
become Minister without port*
folio In charge of Itallnn
m tin- Council of Europe at Stras-
bourg r r
Training Ship
Ilaulvd Afloat
roi'ENIIAUF-N J.ilv U
The Argentina training ship
Tuvrrednn ensl last night hauled
afloat b> four DuU)
tn oil Qgh! elng aground
for 38 hours Not until the entire
350 tons of fuel had been unloaded
and all the lifeboat
water din
In pulling Um tafiiedon
afloat. The ship was towel to the
quay todav and divers en<
to investiRiire thi pOSStbta
r r
ILE M'\ I rrmno July 28.
nilllpe Pete iti
Ijs^ jourriiv borne on the should*
UU (aithbil followers
to a wind-swept grave on thb
U -n inland. Tn< cortege
lie idack oaa coffin left
0 where the fl.S year old
Ex-Marshal of Fri-nce had been
ed from his place of
deetli in hospital.
mdi of Frenchmen from
of France lined the route
to ihe tiny rhapel only MO DfeM
Bere he died.
While the coffin Wig 'vine
Iitwly alone th.
winding road, the
widow dressed In a lor .;
and leaning heavily on a can
vns led tn her -ene in the chapel
by member- of the fam;l'.
- v. Pierre
Herald
followed Jacques
H to the right of the
' neve
hlle In Paris pol
lUthorities etttfl
nd flower*;
Triomphe tomb Of unknowi
mory.
Wreaths carried the Ii
"To A Great Frenchman. Pelain
I l
btlng north along the Seoul-
Keeeong highway to strengthen
the Allied defence lines.
U.M.. sources have peculated
from Ihe start of cease-fire talks
that the Communist peace bid
might be Just a cover for ptepgre-
tiens for a new Red offensive by
over B50.000 trnons.
Crminn activity nevprtbelc-'
was -till on a relative)v small
ile Belated field reports Indica-
ted heaviest action was oq the
eastern fiunt west -outriwe<-t ul
Kaesong. 20 mile-; nortt of the
38th parallel.
Allies Withdraw
Allied troops stormed a Com-
eld hill there f.(r the
tr*igM dav Tuesdn
failed to dilodg- a well entrench-
ed Rod battalion.
"-irun and mortar
AJUee to withdraw
. inlet fire subsided Tues
day night Two other Allied UlUI
M other
Communlt troops dug in on hill
tops.
the east central front
Communist companv ambushed
'-at patrol north-north-
Teneipl Tuesday and split
One grotio foujhl rtl
#> On page ?
Asia Earns A
Low Income
NF.W YORK. July 2fl.
A United Nations economic
survey showed on Weil in-
Asia with half of the
population account
tenth of the
hereas the United States with
'ii per cent of the (topulatloo
irne ts pei eni of the Ii
In terms of dollars
tfw report showed that the
overage annual income per rnpite
Is SI.100 in the United S
Iran Will Not Back
Down On Oil Issue
TEHERAN, July 28
-\N IRAN GOVERNMENT oil olBcial ur?ed tliat
Iran British talk* be i-esvmed before Iran's
morale gets so low that further negotiations would
be impossible.
Kasem Hassein. the Financi repre
sentative on the Oil Nation: II
an interv'ew thai Ivan ins iftreen io 1,
ernment representative i comino to Teheran for
talks, provided that t .'v repTanl the Anglo
Iranian Oil Company a id no* the Brlt'sh Labour
Government.
t. .. .. '
\\ eel (iermam
Wauls Air Lift
Mr.MBCRH of lh

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WUfud Rpdh->a
Au^>
im Ei>rn OaaieroD. i>oi "en u H
erasa), J 'y Biarh* (Capt |, l-enrl Mendee
Mvr < .lletule- aud Dorothea flrlvcster.
Camarnn, Kim.. Wll*on. Mr
m Lai..... (Vice Cspi >. Ahieli
Morrison Opposes
Alliance With Spain
LONDON J
;\ SECRETAfl Herbert Morrison, told tin
i .us thai the pi ! i ilitarj alliance with
n would bring "politics entire
com pi i
The Conaei vatives mei ittaek witl
"linn-,
Labourites cheered the .'
crm
alTairs debate.
af""i oi aid Hi
it- lotti v
mm chanaod The > W-
li-Tl.t I'M 0o l.i A 1 1 um
,
('.., uM vireii^thi-n
n'lrnunilv I
7/irmi ('.antly
in Parents
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KAESONG, Kiilil V
< .ind> for K.... i in
riri-n aeerii eaeaeel u later-
njliiM^il in. idriil uti >d
eeeeuu n storied uhrn
11..i eerre>
opoiidciu* ivere Mervtemini
r.'h ulhrr here, and J North
Koroaa eakeel. "w*j do roe
thrtn* uiulv to rhlieren*'1
An \iin in in >i |i im i
said "thef look hunar\ like
lliry tii-rd II. jimI lhr> ill BO
even -iin of uantiiiK it."
iiir CeaueenilH neaL "hi
i treat roe le loaew, thai ere
BVe |>lrnl> nl I and* (.n
li.mr .mil throi> uiiih I*
>i.nr Lithrr .ttid niolht r "
Hum the Nerte Korean
.^kr-d if iin- Aaterleeni ai-
ran ihrew randy Ineteeel f
hindliiK II out. Somi'llin.*-
It*a thniHii Irom a movliu
v.i.irir. th- Aaaerlean e-t-
ni iiniii hut not alwara.
A phutoKraphrr pulled out
a (ili-ii'i ol a I .S. nav \ man
h.inline randy t> * -on II
hiin-.ii child and molhrr.
The North Korean ancrllt
nl.-- i Ihe pleturr. to.. ,i
nilo ptefee. -nd ln-*ed lltrm
away. The ft anir Irani,
oiudoea t< aveU aa inrid m ,1k..I 1WBI iule'l>. The
North Koreea Vaa heard
BHltterhHJ 'Jime'htni! alxuit
"Urtible ImprrlalUth- m"
tiiKi..-1 ,r.
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OPENING GLOBE TO-MOIIHOW
IRROL KI.YNN AND DKAN STOI KWKLL
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ST. VINCENT ,. BARBADOS
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SATIRIAV MORNING
a| 9.30
JOMBIES 6N^BROADWAY
return'' of "the" BADMEN
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FORT APACHE"
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Sirni.r ... Hed SKELTON Esther WILLIAMS
sriHJAl. - SPECIAL SATIIIDAY *T gjt
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Starring . William MARSHALL Adelc MARA
OrCNING FRIDAY And (ontlnulng U> StNDAV 4 3*1 X B.15
Columbli Bis Doublr
Rv.lyi. KF.VES 1'hil SILVERS O.iik-1 WILDE ii. .
"A THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTS"
-ALL THE KINGS MEN"
Broderick CRAWKulil)
John IRELAND
EMPIRE
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:piaAiuNive>sti count
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With All The Suspense Your Heorf Can Stand
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Vincent Price
AND
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Slarring Basil Sydney and DamonI Walsh
to I Y 31 I* I C

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20th Century Fox DouMa
MICKRY ROONEY JUDY GARLAND in
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STAHTINd FIIIDAY 1. 30 & 8.1.1 p.m.
; KIIM 111 II -s III \| MON IHII HI I:
"THE
FABULOUS
WILLIAM ElLIOTTij
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STAKKIN'i;
WILLIAM ELLIOTT JOHN CARROLL
CATIIEHINE IIC LEOD
Inside her arms, he largo! he was outside the i.,m
3 sh'.. HlaiWIaf J.M, H.I5 au.l I? midnight
PLAZAi ''
B TOWN, FROM I&:P.m.
THK HALLS OF ,
NONTEZIJMA TO Tllii
SHORES OF TKIPOLT^..
THE OUTS AND-GLORY
STORY OF THE
U. S. MARIIVJ-Sr
PLAYING
FRIDAY
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fortress capital
of Ihc Baibary
Pirates ... and
marched straight
into history!
CHECK UP \OW
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Good Quality i)iamond Oil Crystal Glass-Ware
POUT anil SHMtllY OLASSI -
CLARET GLASSBS
CHAMPAGNE 0LAS8ES
WRISKEY GLASSES
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ShoveU
Whrelharr.iws
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,nd Ironmongerv Depart-
0 p.irkini; problem when
y -Li shop '.'. Ith us.
Till-: KiatllAilOS o-oim.iiativs:
COTTON FACTORY I.TII.
Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039
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HOWARD da SILVA
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TllfRSDAY. JCI.Y it. 1SJ1
RVRHADOS UIVOCATE
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PoiM' \\ in Ms Vgaiitel
Modern Theories
. t. ITY, July 25
mew to

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Cam.n "1 l'i
Bevin Was Cement BuBtamante,
Of Labour Party Gomes ^
By J. C FOX
LONDON. July 28,
A big tired man named Ernest Bavin diad early thil
Mar, and the death of that one man has shaken the very
foundations of the relationship between the US and Bri-
tain's socialist government. With his death, went tha
cement that had stuck together the Labour Parly; for from J*">
Bevin was "Mr. Labour" himself, a revered trade unionist Jamaican
Muuetar
PrSMt Our Own CorTMjondu->
PORT-OF-SPA1N. Jul> 21.
'I went to Jamaica to CllKlHi
with the Honourable W. A. Busto-
mante the report of the British
West Indian Trade Delegation 'A
the United Kingdom and Canada.
And we reached an agreement
&
*-........-- RUSSIA SEEMS TO BE
POWER
TURNED ON
NF.W V !'K
I'p and up goes mduMiul dm
due! ion. In June u reached the
highest level since 1M5.
Industry is egeMI
It." said the Hon. Albert Gomes
Holding box of
igars in one hand the
rate metI nil large
i dol-
of such prestige that the polyglot party-raninK from pink flimil and many |rt-B-a wm>
pacifists to wealthy businessmenwould not defy him. awaited him at the airport.
__________ 1" his place, as the looming The Hon. Harold Robinson. Hon
-------------------------- figure of the Party, were left two Bustnm.mte and Mr. Grant ley
- the intelligent, sincere. Adams had all signed the report
$62,000,000 Aid
For Latiji-Aiueriea
Is Vital Action
WASHINGTON. July 25
lars <,!?]
BtMl output in June and t-r ihe tttl UW MCOSkd quarter of this year h;is fYcl required lo ease off i':,
*et reeords. Production nf .e.ir-old campaign .1 pri
52.273.000 tons in the ;. V, . D i
the year is almost equal to IhV to a third world WU
td output of Britain, The ofnctel ittltudi of the u.s
EASING PRESSURE
WASHINGTON, July 15,
's QovanunaM axparti on Russia ata twAfrj them-
whathar tha Kremlins currant Mpaaca ofranarva"
ready heralds any major relaxation in the truculent foreign
i tha Soviat Unton.
ffifonnad ctrelai aid thai there are no illusions here
that Moscow really believes in the permanent "peaceful
' .in'" of Communism and I'niocracy
They ar* wondarini however,
VAN CRASHES INTO
HOUSE
i the U.S. Both men. also, must
be examined against the back-
ground of the Party which knows
It has slipped sharply In voter
Assistant Secretary of Slate strength and has the light of Its
Edward G. Miller, Jr.. said Hh* on hand when the next clec-
Ihat S62.0it0.000 budgeted for ''<"' comes.
military .md lechnical aid to m -,
Latin-America during the coming " Communist
year is a small but vital pan of Bevan, first of all, is not a Com-
the mutual security programme mUW>t, Many people who come
for the free world/' nerr trom th(. nj, haVe ,' den-
.., nlte idea. Bevan would be l;ir U
Miller .nude this st.itetnef.t lnnuential if he were Communist,
before in.- House Foreign Affairs Io| t!]. rty nas made Iiex1 u, ', ..
ComnutteMn support oi Truman's no hendwBy |,i Britain. True, at
S8.000.000.000 roreig,. lid pro- ^^ have ,,, nf lhe coat tail
I for lflSI52. which in- luppori of Um ""id, vaned lcft-
iludrs I jit in-American assistance |sl ftinges. but he cuts them cold
funds W,H, the statement that Russia is
l menace to the West and that the
Hi lid, f->r the small Invert- w, ; must rearm again
manl of some M2.n00.000 In mill- Bevan's appeal is In the pocket-
tory and technical co-operation, hooks and the stomachs of a post-
ive expect to continue to help the w;n- weary people mixed with s
economic and military strength of shrewd bit of antl-U.S baiting
tmerlca. The total mutual Ids basic theme Is that Britain ha^
sccuiit> pi .....- necessary, if we are to gramme she cannot hnndle, lust to
pi en forward In this self help satisfy the demands of the U.S.
efferl i" build Ound and secure Bevan's argument is that the en-
/ here" tire western economy may col-
He s ild that the increasing men- lapee under the strain. Bevin uyi
ace <>f Communist aggression that If war Is really imminent,
makes the proposed cx.-end.ture then the West should go on a com-
nf $40,000,000 for military i
iince in u 'of utmost
hardworking Clement Alllee. and and" Mr. GonTei said that the next France and Russia for II was expressed by lhe S. i
the brilliant, eloquent, ambitious Bt0p would be to present the re- Aircraft production is up from State Acheson at his l*ress Ci
Aneurin Bevan Both men take p^ to ^e Executive Council of ,a81 year's annual rale of about fciencc last ... k If.
some underatendingparUcularly l(ie Keg.onai Economic Committee. 2.500 planes to over 4.000 Next !* lulled by the and as Chairman of that Body he year at this time it will be at lullaby is stupid and dangc
had requested that a meeting 12.000 A small number compared His bhjnl comment follow
be held in the tirst week in with the 1944 o.itput of 06,000 simibo warnlnfi l Trum.n a
August. but those planes ware ligbn ekMuuvea In the week
"I hope the report will be mode complicated, less expensive. No
public, as it would help the WeM jet. no ...kci aircraft then
Indian people to see the work
H s lea
done by the delegation. Thi
meeting will be held In Barbados.
Comparing Trinidad and Jamai-
can politics. Mr. Gome* said. "1
think it i* very fortunate for us
in Trinidad that we are politi-
cally not as anphlsticated
lledy'a BStfto
At'TKtMUt Arthur Goode.
erartdafl overuaae on tbe Hedy
i-ainuii sale, lasi weak, denied
that the star regietted selling out.
West" Indian colon- at the prices I got for her
In this respect, what some Goode would not disclose bow
peopla outside Trinidad take as much had been raised, but it ami
being weakness, is really our "way over lOO.OOO dollars
strength," and he added, that f 35.7001 and we're not Bnlehad
West Indian emphasis today yet."
should not I* on ideological ex- Hollywood housewives still have
perimenls. but on economic B chance to haggle over Hedy'i
development end attract ion of tee pots and pans, eggbeaters. and
necessary capital.
. rooUag. If it is not, then
the West should not sacrifice every
MarrvshoM Has
Dont* Good Job
PORT-OF-SPAIN. July 21
Mr Fjic Gairy. bible-carrying
mixing bowls which sin
whip up Hungarian goulash for
her ihree former husbands.
I'lltsiDiNT William Green,
head of the 8,000.000 member* of
the Federation of Laboui. warned
t'ngress that the unions "will not
ami cannot eubmli to wasje controu ,,.
without effective price control." gnmm*
And the Congressmen are afraid These
impoitanci
President of the "Grenada Mental '" vmc effect lie price controls (or | lt
. and Manual Workers* Union said Jcar ir"1> ln"' wpp h \
social gain end bring on depres- u,ai Mr. Marryshow had done farmers and other pi ., n,., ,,. ln ,|,rei. veai*
sion Bevan who quit the cabinet. (KMi iob ln j,i day." on his do- whose goods would be prlce-oOD- Althouah lhe Ea*! Weet
i 1, nil -x* t- _i 4 11 ^Aninlfj* .k .i ..ft_____ tH^.,1----, ...
Malik proposed K>
Ulks.
MaUk'l sIjU inent was the IliM CssleB
effon to eaaa world ien-
p> the nf Soviet peace"
propaganda.
MnhiHiation Vital
Tlic :. "oiios mob I
as alwolutcly vital,
regard ess of gnj I.k bJ
that thi Kremlin might
choose to Oftei
,i op.iganoa
tiU Hi, need for peec
i 4
having one specillc purptwe: tu
talk the free nations out of build-
ing up i men they
muiiisi vortd on even terms
Thi' .' titude. howevei iul spoiid ition in re-
i Mm loasj.
e recent immaatsi raanoeuvree be
itli M.dik's ceasellre bid.
iclude:
nan attendance at an
i "tnnl meeting In
roitI-OF-SI'AIN. July 24
(arable damage was done
to a property at Gnnrales Place.
p.nt-of-sp.i Port-ot-
ald that to Spain Corporation I
t Ruaatai Board van whlcB wej parked en
the top of Jubilee Street, rolled
down and crashed Into the bouM
The walls of the front were com-
1 leiclv bruken away, while the
rurnlture enu badly damaged A
si\->eai -m|,i child who was asleep
U badreaai ri the tone .>t u
aped mjun
Jacob
I- agaflr
bv the
SEAWKLL
FINANCIAL assist.i
aaan U i prm Ided
loutish OovenunjBM
i hen .is .in i>\iglnai n,.ot ol
i250.ooo and an ddttlonal proM
. i I-... .'in
The lechnical eaalitanea
en i .' C m.I'U.m engineer paid
n b] 'i Bi i'.'Ii Qovernmaai
In yesterday's issue it was stated
that financial aealstanco f..i see*
^ ell e/ai |lvari ba catuida
lie K"r Ofllcei
, i o infnrineil tbe Advocate that
ru-enatta laiba wow ;(l(. IMm., L| Mng .,, iU,(,
fa.-e the t on M> .t'thf. training has been Ultdet
its siipeivi-inn There are w*
enii.i'ient Bremen end othafi of
, .- ir.ulv"
when plane* errlve The atitmcut
of ir.e craw i- twelve
ig rom'

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in Um
tors iirst Mi-is' haei an Intigaate
knowledge of Church history and
teachings
k always only U
ian humanissn
. .
i..d Papal
the
Lesate

today at Rio
Tl'.' I
r ...!! an earlier Ictlci of May
1949. In which he i ittlned t>ic
concept" Ihat must guide Catholic
rducation
The crisis oi author.'i UM
, in ! lettt i
f the great evils < I OU1 Hi OUf
C:l!.'ln edUCaletl must study
ibtBUI fiotn Utell pUpus
nrougb thi their per-
Ity, recognition of
reapaet and winnril laaHan to
a* an indispensable
SCOUT CHIEF
FOR AUSTRIA
UJMUpN, July 25.
Jorge Vargas, the Philippine
Bey ScouU President left here on
Wednesday for Austria to atteni
the Thirteenth International Ftov
Bt Sal.*burg.
'. .
from Stmkhnlm where
he hnd led Ihe Philippine D I
Cup team. He DrM anoripanle.1
by gaoaqulle VOlacorta, eblef of
the Ptuuppiaa aeoui eaavuUws.
vr.
"<>
ask for
Gussow
LUXLRY TOILET
SOAPS
I '6.
IMPmiAL LCAlUrR lTSuLN SL0SS0M SLCE HYACINTH
(

fJafbouf Log
Hivuppointinenl
l.;m 2(i io 30 of the 313 socialist
members of Parliament behind
him He could brtna down the
Government at any time. But lit
trolled.
Turpin s next fluhf
partme t,. I'.ienada by pli
This was In reply t challenge
from the Honourable Marryshow.
Grenada's veteran politician to
oppose him in the forthcoming
island's general election
comes off In October
Gairy declared, I love M:
M i.w and I admire tr
man Hut I think he needs
reat, end the way things ure in TV screens costing 15.300 each to
stubborn Grenada today, it would lake be able to receive such tighls Th
fight promoters
IF Tuipin and Sugar Ray Rob-
whicn ,n," mcvl ,n Nv* York- Wl" !
fight be televised to home
fans to see It free? Or to
where fans must pay"
Cinemas have ordered over 15(1
Miller said then- ha* been u Government al am
'Vertain amount of disappoint- wij| ,,( Bevan will tight i' out -
mem "cxpreeeed because so small perhaps at the National Conven-
a pioportion of Truir.an'- foretin ijon m Octotier and he has a
aid budget is devoted to Latin broad base of popular supoort In
America. the rank and tile of the Labour
He said: "This criticism does Party.
not take Into account the fact StuhiMim Atllee
that we expect a substantial part
of the job of development in Latin Opposed U him Is -.------..... --
America 11 done bv private prime Minister Attlee. And while more than a miracle to allow Mi
r-S5al Attlee a while back, seemed to Marryshow lu bent one of my anticipate a gete of between
Furthermore to the extent that hold most of the trumps in the candidate*. 140.000 and 250.000 if the
foreign financing of public tight with Bevan. the aces have 1 admire nil old politicians be- contest take- n, yort
nature la required for particular tx-en slipping from his hand for CBU5e I can learn from them, but HWIRH is decreed foi
development projects in Latin more than a month. An almost un- t(lcy imisl agree that new pollti- fashions this autumn. To
America recourse mav be had bearabte strain, now put on him ciani have new ideas t"". In mv properly they will Dead three
either lo the -nternation-il bank or is the U.S. decision to go into some Government." he continued, peuim,,!* under day n eve.....g
lo the Export Import Hank." sort of military partnership with whlrh is the new Governmeir, dnsse*. It is pan of I back
u uTLm tn.,, amount that Sv*'" There wns a Clement An- ^.^rihOW would see hmise.f Victorianiam movement
He said the total amount uum ,,.,, ru,a(k. on ,,e Loyalist side in .. comptoaated for the ob he fan ,
these two banks have for foreign xhe STHllllsh Civil War. and Attlee w' ^JJJ" Wlll iM> sitting
development projects should oe wenl xht to TPVi0V, the troops _, beaten or retired Man-arc! home
. .imtl,v eHnnot defend^again^ ^^m \ .. A______ A GHKV-HAiail> o'e,
greemeni which grew
of ihe meeting has been blocked, *^
UJS. offlelali ire confident it will m.
eventually go into effect. K
2. The surprise Soviet propc
revival "( the mortbui
1 cuasioni at Qenen on I
in intra-Furopean Iradr -
In C*rlUle Bay
Srdfrllrld. Brtl ffr^rt.,,,.
I, Mtl.K.il W.IUir H Ouid-d
.. M.,, .11, S.I, 1 i Wallan V-.l.l
SM-h M*fhn
111 itorj
ample to provide for expected H), glmpb
needs. .__ the great bulk of his
"Under the present and foreign Hn,|.t; S tlrnde thn! has Ieen
circumstance we believe Um Inter- ,,,,,,( by the 1'S enparentty lid-
e*u of all concerned will be best ini w(tj, Franco t' P
provided for by maintaining our ________________
contributions to development pro-
jects requiring large capital
investment on a loan basis."
He Mid however that neither
private capital nor public lending
institutions are equipped to carry
out technical co-dperal
grammes for which the U.S. Gov-
ernment propose*
121,000.000.t'.P.
Hand Chopped Off
1 Prom Oio Own Cnrtefpondrnt 1
PORT-OF-SPA1N. July 24
How Frederick Bunlev of Trini-
dad got his hand completely
., chopped off was related in the
*no Second Asslte Court before Mr
.. Gairy had passed through ^ on lnp Dirr |0 wr|,limi.
Trinidad from Jamaj where he daughter home from I
held Ulks with Mr. Manley and in Br|uln an(, i(|i |h-
Mr. BusUmante on the unrest in ,t w MrB Trurnani
Grenada. Margaret.
Miglil Mean Shift
3. The aopaarance i tha nea
Bnfiish 1 mguasje naagattne In
happy Ihev mv ,v ,(,nrni> 10 some ex-
mm hi re cot

tier reprinted in lavaalfa udi
1'ipMgandal
I them a'
> 1 .....ilatlon *
j haws speculated
minoi
. even to Incndlter relations with Hie Wr-t
altt rnjsjht presage a slgnlflcant shift
11 Soviet policy.
>rding to
heae observers Uiat tiie Kiemlui
U4> Joy
esuuvAU

tm i.,.m St L "
A* AdvlK-i IBM lui
Ratoruna. Ifow (iUmuw
IjhI> Mrl1.11. *J> |i
Horn
-SI V
I KnkMi .1 IM ton.
I'" III,!,1,(11
nirAn ai -
1 Hrlq.wn. 4* Inf.
,1 I I ,.'
'|il Day
ML t'lH
Tnndad
i KMT, J.M0

C.pl W.ll-
,,-! C.pl
In Touch with Barbados
Coast Station
$6,000 FOR BETfER
HEARING
h..... lin 0n Ct.rrrM0"'',''lt
POKT-OF-SPAIN. July 21.
Trinidad's Legislative Counctls
Finance Committee have voted
Ao Mule Meal
POKT-OT-SPAIN. July 24
\ .:,-.:. ..: tuajat ynio i
Trinidad waa grateful
for one thing: "fn Trinidad," he
at
even though It ll fioien. but ptaj
left not ever have to sell mule
steaks." Mule steaks
Martinique dti
rieard that one
by Bunlev nnd nno'hei
g 1 jim they started drinking
1 fold them that he had
heard that Boyale Smgh hRd ap-
1 that he Motilal felt
'ouH win the case.
argument aroae when Motilnl
, mfuriuted that he went
i;cd up a Ad made a chop
Bunlejl hand. The case I
, ,1m iHmv Singh nloni with
Motilal was Joined -^ WBlls and ceilings erf CM
Council's Chamber with asbestos
ir order to improve the acoustics
After a family rOUl
Truman will begin training for
concert tour. In November she
sings In Montgomery (Alabama)
New '"leans, and cities in PIm Ida
Ai'ier that there will ik- radio and
TV shows.
And this season she is expected
to earn more than her father'v
1 salary-37.900
in ease off the expan- Bm
drive In the manner of "
Continent ... ba>
iiif era of bhi aaw ea 1
1, ,
psorted hi 8f
wtir measure by the
......troul ! I eh 1 hi '>-
I ,
1 of 1
Hiim.inln aie repoite.l ,,
II ipgH d "i (hen pawi n
failure to < -- Ufa B n ,-1 |

s igai
the tw.
teUlte states
r
Nylwll. 8 S WieMietht I
s arigtianl -
..,..
!.. .
1 BtlS. Aui
'
I IMt " |jllrttl

d
S '. v ri,., s 1.. 1 -Bn>n
1 la HS Ms
s a Tf-drr. S S
s.a ci
s h Chan " m
CARNIVAL QUEEH
LACK FROM CANADA
to the four other
POItT-OF-SPAIN. Ju ,. 21
THnldad 19SI Carnival Queen
hnrged for the arrived from Canada on a 14-dav
The case cruise w;th very pleasant mem-
^""-WSiS ZmmiVi*eVaWS oisr a>ia? *
meat. He said In
served a steak there and on h>
rSKIdSn t'nat ifwasmuTe m^ *SX on -hem previously. ^oyed
- Tne Appeal Couft di*- -Carnival Queen" was a visit
V. missed the sentences of death Canada, which she thoroughly
A CUE IRII'I. mind
so often goc with j
healthy body. To nuin-
tain gijd hcilih, don":
forget essential Iniw
CUanlimu. Andrews
only provides a
sparkliug, refreshing
drink it helps to keep
you dean inside an well.
It functions by cleaning the mouth,
settling the stomach and toning up
the liver. Finally, Andrews gently
dean the bowels.
Take this "fizzy" drink whenever
you need refreshing. One icispooofuJ
in a glass of water is all you need
to use.
Andrews
UVER $kl
SAVE S $ $
with the FEIU-rSON Wheel Trac.or
WORLDS MOST COPIED TRACTOR
THESE
AUTO
ACCESSORIES
Wi-h the Ferguson System your
rield* can be ^atiifactorily
ploughed and the unit is available
:import Vehicle.
Tlte price of this versatile Tractor
is one-third that of a Track Trsw-
BBd you will be amated at
III performance.
>:>RRf I) HI BBCa MATTING
TVKE PRF.SSI'ftE OAl'GF.S
BATTFRV 1IVDHOMETER
fllMONl/ WAX A CLEANER
CHAMOIS
Qit Tin. HVbRALXIC BRAKE ELl'IU
VALVE GRINDING OMPOt'NU
FHXITE
(ASKET ( EMENT
BI.AC K TOP 1IREHHING
STEERING WHEEL COVERS
H.M IhllltS I'lJEKS 4 siRIHflltlVERS
irirnu uoarru n.i 10
FRONT SPRINGS FOR K>R1> R ll.1V 1* H.I*.
FRONT IPsUMOa Um MOKRIM R IIT A 10 IIP.
ENGINE VALVES EOR ALL MODUS ENGLISH CARS
DECARBONIZING GASKET SETS FOR ALL MAKES
ECKSTEIN Bros.
BAY STREET
%# gjygj cleans everything
W I srnl smoothly and speedily /


rAC.K IrtUB
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THl'KMMV. II I Y H 1951
BAKHAOOS
f.-----------1
AWQttTE
-t-i
I Bl Mf 4li.
Jul) .'
lltllllVVS
PAY
WITH
I oioninl Si mien Is
In Britain
A CCOMMODA TIO,\ PROBLEM
aboul it
RED MILLIONAIRE
By PBBDHUCft COOK
NEW YORK.
WHERE, the judge wanted to know do
Communists find ball of th? order of twenty
or thirty thousand dollars apiece"
He had just learned that four of the 11
vi Hi pay has been before the Leg-
laUture ""'' uus
th HOUM after a rejection In
the Legislative Council and is again la the
commit!. a discussion by |ht
1
The bill met with strenuous opposition
in both Chambers and even outjftfta Um
: It that Iti pi
were not altogether suitable to condltiom,
that it would be impossible to include all
forms of employment and that the agricul-
tural labourer would be al a disadvantage
,,l the seasonal nature of his work.
U was auggested that the same objective
could be achieved by means of Trade
Union practice. It is common practice now
for Trade Unions to draw lip agreements
between employer* and groupe of workers.
In these agreements H ll possible to in-
clude some provision for holidays with
pay. This method of solving the problem
would have avoided the unnecessary con-
troversy over the bill, nnd it is still pos-
sible for this plan to be adopted if the
Council should reject the bill on this
occasion.
It is possible, however, for tin
be removed from the bill leaving the prin-
ciple to be adopted. The amendments to
the bill might settle the question of a quali-
fving period of permanent employment.
This would remove the disadvantage of
the agricultural labourer who would Bfiffl
be able to qualify for his holidays with pas-
after a certain period of continuous em-
ployment.
It is unfortunate too that this measuic
should have suffered delay until such a
late hour of the session. As a piece of
social legislation it is important because it
seeks to improve conditions of labour
which have not been settled by trade
union practice.
In any event the problem can be solved
outside the legislature if the bill is rejected
or lost because of the pressure of more im-
portant enactments which need to be com-
1 before the end of thl session.
CLOSED
FOR
REPAIRS
i:




U Wl H. I II TIMOTHY i '
, ,h, A......c, Politburo whom
viutn ct *>me colonial he had sentenced to jail had failed to show up
iiie Colonial Office must *tu 11 keep hand! on all aspects of have in certain rases caused land- ^crmcing llHie mailer oi ou,wu uoiwra
if a Colonial ladies, who ie willing io The man who might know where it came
" " """"from was Frederick V.ndcrbilt Field, secre-
hould wtuni hurne" There may ix .^n explaoaUon Urv of the Civil Rights Congress, which IS
Accommodation for Colonial for all that. Change m environ- ...... __!
rgjUM the Fabian men! Is sudden and to fU in with
Bureau, i* ""I n:il)y the ,t requires adapt..tion. Net many
Of either the Colonial Colonial student- iinil ll oasy lo
Office or the BritiRli Council; it Ik achieve thl* quickly.
urn of the University." ,,
..,..,. ,U|. I WOUld SUgR.
few UrnveniUea. " not so in London, the ani against Coloni.-l students liv-
. ha- never secured mg toge'Jner m a ho-tel you can
, dlO" for itu io know EhkUkIuw I
There are one or two lih Uial way. You must mix wnl
i.oslcl* ran by the Univeisity. but the people an-1 *<* to know ihrir.
not cope with the large But that doe* not n,r,.n I ui
at the against provldinr. sufncien- hostel
.' for Colonial Mud. I
' D _u and that means mo. e hostels The;
*'" tKJST mu!t ** Provided for I*
not Birrfull
cent li the onu noiun for Luioniai
student- .n LondOB This state- Mor nostel. mean m
lem is - inee." "nd ment Is quite erroneous, of course. on(i mc monies which
DM) TeleKrAph The Methodist Church runs .i f,,r obtainuig and mjiiitninn..
one day recently earned three hOata) wbkh eC0Emn0datM< Colo- these hostels ar;* not monies from
rloua iual rtudenta; the C.M.S. has an- the Colonial Governments ;
olving Um other and the West African Colonial students appear to think ca-s biggest industrial enterprises mostly oils
" Union have two. Mr. J. L. Keith. Director of Co!- ,,_ Aim-----*____ ^ _.m~_
onial Scholars. Colonial Offi.
Ml ih.-n (W,.ijare Dept.) points out thp'
comes from U.K
British Count II baa taken
i
. nt-free, if with-
, ..: aan . u i
i i found



deft '>.
I i i
to lake anet at Hans
Drill be (i re A
ph.

l
iintry? The prob-
. Attorney-General has listed
: dve and which had put up the money.
If Field knew he was not saying. Judge Syl-
vester Ryan's cold blue eye met Field's cold
grey eye. Then the judge snapped. "Con-
tempi of courtninety days in jail."
N tic* of appeal." retorted Mr. Field. Now
the men with Ihe magic middle name is
giving every sign that if he must go behind
he will, but what he will not do is
i whether he himself was the "Angel"
which would .surprise practically nobody
or if he was not, who was.
Frederick Vunderbilt Field is a tallish,
pallid man of 45 with Harold Lloyd glasses.
;t millionaire holding shares in 38 of Amen-
Advocate Stationery
VAV/;V-V,V*'V//V-V*V.V,V.V-V-V,'-V/>'/V.V/*A'.
, en put forward,
ni baa .tuggestec
of students and
.Students'
You mi
;ni more hostels 1
One wo would '
students' unions
md railroads. He differs from most million-
iins In that he diverts the rich stream of
lividends into the destruction of the system
that makes them possible.
C0NG0LEUM
In i "lour- and dealr
match or tone with any
aeheme
SQUARES
3 yds x 3 yds. and 3 yd
4>4 yds
6 ft wide, rut lo your
Requirements
PLASTIC TABLE COVERING
45 Inn. wldr, UIIITt: and ALL C OLOt'KS
WILKINSON 11AY.MS CO. LTD.
Successors lo
'.c thfir h i weekend!
'II aik
worker* ihould bt kepi wltHln StS O.I<.nil .tudenla trouiins jhe ,,.
(I Unirl......wit? lir ... ,i, Eul Slid ""> very dllllcull lor s u H thai more Enlllih Kel private sccommodnllon. They be aecured ? on way wo...,. II \HV\RI1 M \S'
v, for M- ami the British council have been follow Ihe example of the We Whv. with all his advantages, did Field dc-
jraduall, rSdUCUf Ul. number of African Students' f.,,,, and ,. R ,^f Nobod ^ ,
hostels for Colonial students in vide their own nganu. n. r j
\ Colon! .1 law student hut, pp- the country. They go further, and WASU did waa lo appeal ("r ''"'- Hut in his dav Harvard was the emotional
,. Ilk. Ammo lint.nn sy that the, u- .ng down of ^thwe tr.butions fro.n PM****" "gjj lrc (>f the s,,^,, and Vanzetti uproar
. tabllfh manj Inter- hoatOla Indicate! that toiomal West African coloniei. burei.. f ,,.,,,. ... .
Hnanead atudanti are not wanted in this WISU could do likewise in viev and Thorsten Veblen s violent diatribe against
Plata**, um ,uniry. of tfaa preeent intornauono] tup-
>i,,v i( sain on t'.Hirth Mission- lion and Britain s roarmamet.t
it-sponsiblo Both the Colonial OfI.ce and the programme. I tin dubious whether
| British Council refute these alle- ,|l(. Treasury can provide fun-
l n lold m UlB) WOOk that ;:.iln.t.- .is Uangeroui, inmsmse ,r nlr(. Ul .. ' |., -1-.
' I
DCU
S C.S. PITCHER & CO.
J 'Phonej : 447J & 4687 BECKW1TH STORES
tudents have to realise This whole problem of student
: by l.hil- accommodation , no eaiy one. To An a ternslivs is. of
.?,.!,. ,..! ih.v are run by liesin with, it must be viewed the British C
,.M the U,.kroud of the I.I Office (o, that matte,. 10 pro-
i me housins shortage in Britain. It ll vide more hostels of the Bilmo.a
Id bs not only Colonial students who or Hallam Street standard no.
,, iwskMuni In Ihll country of are hard put for nccommodation; of the Hans Crescent type. win.
r brother- there are Enpilish people who is up to Ihe standard
.....ul.1 oner air. suffer likewise,
friendly htlp Ihej CSn I" our
the sdaM,
of I
nty'llnll
Arc Colonial students wlllinit to
'ill consider any of these proposals '
>itllkl I
A MEETING of thi Commltelorren oi
Health has been Rxad for today lo discuss
the .ulvisuhilily of closing Temple Yard to
vehicular traffic and covfjrlllf, the space
nd Drunun Streel to
provide b temporary market for hawlpare.
This motion, tabled by Mr. Mottley.
seeks to find BTl alternative to allowing
hawkers to sit in the side streets and alleys
in the City and creating insanitary condi-
tions.
It has been admitted that there is need
tor a market where hawkers could [ether,
to sell fruit ind vegetables. The sugges-
II been made that a portion <>f land
i lit in Baxters Road and Suttle
Street for the erection of a market. Nothing
more has been done.
The new suggestion of covering Temple
Vai'l has the merit of providing market
lltabh] :*">t and with roads on both
Itan shopping can be done hv
housewives helore or after purchasing tish
and meat In the Public Market.
it has the added advantage the Insanitary practice now in-
dulged in of throwing skins and refute
on the streets and in the gutters. It will
clear the side streets of unnecessary block*
age by fruit sellers and other hawkers
There are. and I
tciiv it. instances of "colour bar" |n the meantime, 1 am certii
Quite I COntrara fc igamBt Colonial students which there will be no lack of effort mi
ir^m Dr Ganeih Sawn, Undpn accentuate their difficulties. The the part of the British Council
n who belongs lo British landladies uf Batter sea, llayswatcr or the Colonial Offlce to do tome-
Guiana and Mr. Sam Morn-, and Runscll Square, who create a thin* more in the way of accom-
guc of Col- bad name for Britain by exploit- modation for Colonial students.
i 'hat inn Colonial sludents. hnve been Equally I am convinced thai
i.,i, I imvhi, ,: ton caatigated recently by Iyrd Man- Britain cannot afford to antag>
lent*. They are of croft in the House of Lords. There ie Colonial students the pot
mi thnt Colonial sludenW is the other side to this problem tial leaders of the self-Roveinim
,n Hni an should be lafl OB thftr tin- colour l>ar" question territories that shall be.
TiiijiiiM(iirc*att*st I.\|mm-i
fit iff in is Nothing Without Empire*
Rnn-
Bv VVIU l\M BAIIKIKV
w< ii. now. whara did
Oolph Turpln <>1 England come
i..... mi man particularly, nil 01 ule factory 01
faun i It waa f Bui- factoryihnt is Ihe
ai Britain, want.
ly IS miles of "Bul
Kldnr.idn H c th
Two
Interior
looked

.,1 M 1'
.i of ihe
the leisured classes was the Students' Bible.
It gives old Harvardians the chills to think i
that Frederick Field's fondness for Commun-,
ism may have been born in those ivied grey-1
UM Colon- itOM walls.
In 1927 Field journeyed to London and sat
enthralled for a term at the feet of Harold
Laski.
He came back a convinced Socialist, and ;
soon after married Elizabeth Brown from
Minnesota, with whom he toured Russia,'
looking into Socialism at first hand.
WIFK NO. 2
After their divorce he married wealthy
Edith Hunter, a California socialite who has
There tea Colonial students the poten- always strongly denied she ever was a Com-
munist.
That marriage lasted 11 years. Four months
after they were divorced in 1949 he married
the present Mrs. Field, formerly Mrs. Anita
Cohen Buyer, whose first husband. Dr. Ray-
mond Boyer, a rich scientist, was convicted
in the Canadian spy trials.
Field's New York home to-day is the place
where you rub shoulders with the top Left
Wingers. Paul Robeson drops in often.
The drinks and food are by no means ple-
beian. Field himself often puts aside his Mar-
ijim'H In- tlt'lif/iiti'iil it iill
JAMS CRYSTALS
PEAS
By Hm. P. ll m: I I i \ Ltd.
MARMALADE ..... 41c.
STRAWBERRY ...... 55c
APRICOT ........ 45c.
DAMSON ........ 42c.
RED PLUM ........ 42c.
GREENGAGE ...... 51f
JELLY CRYSTALS
Auorted Flavoum 20e
GARDEN PEAS ...... 34c
an expensive bargain. Wc mlenl
buy sufcar I little cheaper elsr-
,i bottling where, but we should have !<
man you pay doles and relief and wit d
have security measures to iniii-
Krt of people Hunk Kate the hunger and mtetrj
telibernle policy of the whlnh would result
I'.utish Government" to "discour- Mr Jame* Griffith*, Colon.-..
Bo ,, industrial development. The SecreUiQ proudly claimed that tinivery dry, please, and no olivebefore
round n,P*3 ban lO capital development re- we have agree*) to buy all the
a ted InfOm that point of view." Wi i thl
neglect and And he complained that Mr. next year and to buy "a vcrv
llnli-h Col- QaltekeU, the Chancellor, appro- .'igh proportion" up to 195
h unuun is prlates in tax UU concessions Mr Bernarri Bralne tToi.
nothing, which the local lafttlaturei give EUUerlcay, Essex) interrupted:
TUrpVl woj .it one momanl 'Som.- tuna VOU mubl go right "You don't .guarantee to bUJ .11
, | Mr .Int.ii lUnkln into this matter with the Chan- the pr0dUCO.n
i Qluaow) as caUor uf the Bxchequar." he said .
IndlM export, to Mr. James Griffiths, the Secre- nflf 1 Ian
thOM toW tarv M I' WOO attended thai Mr. -What the people want their ..ic Q ,, , ,,
Turpln. on ihi- occasion, was h^ quality of itatui, and oppor- SrJ- ""i11
ll than nigar, UM ,Un.tv if ,,e can provide that r"h, .s,.l!ai -,old fl
product of ii... Islands bv Wue action tw ......intry K0^)*,"? ,,r n.
triliiiii AUSIm l*'\ R tl
',
WllltJm Altken (Tory. win benoflt more than llritai
Bury SI. IdmundS) tunic a "Heaven knows what is in
' rnlClJ lintish Cuiann," said Mr. Aitken.
to warn him not "Heaven knows wfiat i- in
me*; too huh He BliUafa Guiana/' Mid Mr. Aitken
said thai ha the HniiRing fro-n his arm Wl| Uf
mate In the walkintJ Btteh
world. Its people are the moat along afiei
in the
,.. (Tory,
i onncctlofi
i lua own
project by Mr.
ho is building up i
Bahamas Ihe kind of tonwrtcd? '! I ">
n\ Turpln)
Most Vigorous
agricultural development whi.ri I
should be gocd for everybody >.i
the Empire,
He wanted lo know what ti I
help* him Colonial Office think* Of Iffr.
o|ieralions levy's proposal lo sell 20
Ihe quests have left and goes oft* to bed. He
puts in a 10-hour day at offices he maintains
with a touch of whimsyin the old Astor
headquarters. There he devotes himself to a
private project for bringing all Left-Win.<;
groups under a single roof and to writing his
regular pieces for New York's Daily Worker.
"I don't write easily." he says, "I have lo
polish and repolish over and over again."
What is the burden of his message to the
ArMrteeta troop* Out of /"
down-trodden Japan. And howls off fferee.
Field has never admitted that he is a Com
nuinist. But he has never denied that he >
pro-Communist nor taken steps to end the
when he was smashed up in the eggs and i.soo.oooib. of poult, > h.mient description of him in the America.!
Air Force. lo Britain. He said Mr l.w h. _
115.000 head of poultry. Whi i "ess as a Communist.
l.ord TrefK.irne was chairman oi Ccrtainlv he is a backer of ortfanis.tti.il-'
the t'dloiu.il lWelnpmem Co.-' ., ,, ~
hlls !,. must people could not tell from commun
Mi Aitken Mtd I' "' m v.t >
., Hue when oui owreeai it dm Bold, bauxite, dlamondt,
o so vital to iiii- traces of tungsten, and moiyb- '',' '.
One of the handsomest In- denun n maj be nothei ki- ['>' L* " I you offered them the Mar of Lenin. La
vestrnente the Oownunent could dorado, oi it ina> not i>. we ''''> '"' ,\'''\'>u'": '' ';, October Field formallv registered as
make would be to allow .very (|(l n,,i know if only we would l11"' '" '" ,r*Pf" si''" '"' ,
\i p to vimi pome p.ni of the set botri an Imaglnattve devei- "*f dlsaitroui (Mrnbia .ti. ci,.n agent for financial
; Empire It leul once in opmenl of these resi>urce9>: 'here nearly ttlMlOHOO w | pL; . w^.jwH Ll-------"
the lUettme of eeh Parliament Aere la not nearly enough un- *** j cnina. Me listed himself
'-Nothina is m. vital .is c.ono- deist a nding of the importance of Bul Mr. i-evy is pproaehlng the of Soviet Russia To-dav.
miC development. Thai is v.h.ie the British Knipire lo our ecO- tloveinmenl again uilh In* Often f-_.,.rmn W.no Mnuii- lvm.c haomim. ih,
i must be. it must be norny. and ..... strateg>-.- of ckc fro,,, the Bahamas, which featunnR bovine Moujic t\pes beaming the .
don.- i>% free enterprise La bmo- Mr Pater smithrra ( Tory, would give us all the eggs we had simple wav through the golden life in tilt
rlth the Government The V/tnebeeter) declared: "If we expected from Gambia at no .( '
man who can go out to British take away the Arm foundation to Ihe Government
,...i,.. hkI mi: .. 1'ii.k.M.iks uf V.'. : Indie' igai it rtould be I-.E.S.
i fo-
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A Common-Sense Approach lo Science
-,-.# .nd iHsMa him" b)
l.;i'- Ii iinaiil |.;..i.l.ni at 11 ll
isid lnl>*ll( l> bauk duurnd
mi Hi' 1.um.ii KflUr miii'F
...FiOins > MStasM "i* ..i.i.lill,
Re\iev.ed b> VANNIVAK Bl IB
aalarSap
i.i. mt liirrj.
md '
' i i Net* Rai i n, Con-
a than Juet an lm>

in o n ed ;it
; itandloa
nd m lentlAc mafhnd I
im:: i i thai Mrm i arhen 11
plication of tCli
tannin*, muefa of man*! futu
Teeot"|wg ;i t nciten oi the politi-
cal ^ysiim. u lull underatondlrui ot
its rol
over, there
that science and its methodsand
rnaelvi
ally ml that far-
* i iti are
1 D
of what they ure all about. The
ib.....
men.. help
i ton
Dr. Co oach i
In the
linn ri.-k 111 .Ic for the utmos-
phere In which scientific ectlvity
i carried on has certainly
.....have altered
ilto. Itteaeo leva -
thele i, t<'f there are threads
. un through the enure lab-
need t" be re-
full natteni
at II :i Ii. and these are
trvalj
aimple ci.se.'. The a/eeu .1 layman
iniBh! obtain would Indeed be Urn."
r. [i 1
the lati
how .:mc5 have chanfad, :f he
went no HUtner than this one
s- .11. one who starts from
Miinnr can bardiy expect
.1 iuum s'n'i'.' by 11 two*
nlnjt or two of reading; *'"'
should be explicit and form a
1 further ttudy, and
thai There
>. ill b. few of those who read Dr.
book cerefullj win "ill
Lntrlgued Into purrAuna the
.1 further, for it Li fascinat-
ion and hiithiy pertinent
On ti< "ii m tth the


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as 11- !) reae-
oned affair, it does not avoidit
cannot it .1 .l.'ilnition is lo be
.ih -the philosophic
queaUon of whether a m
it not a eearth for ultimate truth:
but it does tVOtd Retting hogged
down In such matters to the ex-
tent of neglecting lite mala objec-
1 wean taela
between working
hypotheses arid conceptual syn-
elance .md cow-
nion '.use involve.' e\p:iMtion ul
;i soil which WlU picv.nt any
careful reader. l.iym;m or scien-
tist, from feeling thai he can skip
blithely through without pausing
for hard thinking ami vet secure
the really profound 'itfnitlcance of
what I.- here written.
The author has performed one
1 l,u)i eraa much nee.1^'
,m(| which alone would make his
honk worth while: the fact that he
makei it not then- ki
no ruefa tiung as the identlfk
. thod The elegai I -I'-tinitlon of
inded on
. it to .111
amassing
I iiU-formed si
1 omee In the gh>
ii\l IV
Conant al
ovcrsimpliii^.ition when
il evident thai a hypothesis docs
not dissolve Into thin air when it
meets one stubbornly contradic-
tory fact.
Engineer^ and scientists as well
as laymen will tlnd much In this
lhok to stimulate them. The) will
also find point' to disagu-e with
vigorously, something Dr. Connnt
will undouDtcdly welcome. This
will occur especially in tlie lattel
part of the book, where the author
treats science, invention, and the
'tale, the relations of actence P
:i science in the
light of weapons de> 1
and similar hi^iily controversial
ubjacta.
Dr. Conant is president of Har-
vard University, one of the out-
slaiidint! educntionnl nibtilutions
in the United States. In addition.
be ll chairman of the newly
created National Science Founda-
tion winch undoubtedly will exert
considerable influence upon the
relations of Htenea ami the fed-
eral government of the United
Dui og World Wer n. Dr,
Conant eerved B chairman of the
National Defense Beeearch Corn-
the exten-
irch programme of the
ipment of nuclear fission,
among olhci tilings.
Soviet paradise.
IN THE VILLAGE'
A few weeks earlier he had been cited u
the Senate for contempt for refusinn to sa;
whether he is a Communist or not.
Field lives in a tastefully furnished four
floor house in Greenwich Village, among th
sidewalk art exhibitions of this city's grubb-
imitation of the Left Bank. His income If)
dicates invested capital of not less than
couple of million.
Of this he never earned a penny. It carr
from the redoubtable old Commodore Co
nelltli Vanderbilt the hardbitten tugboE
ricjpper who flung a girdle of railroads arour.c
America's waist in the early days of indu;
trialism and was Frederick Field's grea'.
',: real -grandfather,
HIS CLUB
Field is still a member of the most Tory o.
iiil Xew York's Tory clubsthe plush-chairec
Harvard Club, next to Tommy Liplon':
favourite place, the Yacht Club, on 44th
Street His membership comes to him b\
! he look a H.irvatd degree in the early
Ue*. His parents were quiet, count1
club iM'.iple. who, had they been English
would have ornamented Melton Mowbray.
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BAUAB09 ADVOCATE
ni.i I IV,
Schooners Held Up In Port:
Lighter Loading Too Slow
BUS SIII1KIS I'Oll
SHIPS \ v been delayed for hours over the schedule in port.
Sunday, not less than eight ships were in Carh>
and so each ship could not get her full attention with

.. i .
i' ud ml] avallaolr Hghlcr
I arfc. Tu ea>e l>i- situaliuh.
cnooncis were employed to lake
off scrap Iron to the motor vessel
urksra which ts loading for
Philadelphia.
Karrieon imm suu*U4 and
Investor jnd the C.Nfi pitn-
i xer-froiKhirt Lsd> Nclssn were
jockeys Jan ocomb* and !o d,,,s *"gar i*r t". K. and Can-
Raiph HoUlngnrarth, were yes.- ada. The Moore Mac Cormack
-itencwl at 18 and Itluaar MormaeauU and the motor
ii labour HaptcUvalyl r***el (ulcUd Bolivar were dit-
Jockeys
Jailed
r.i the Court of Grand Sessions bv
OUT the Chief Judge Si
OoUynor*, They had Jus:
to wounding
batch of Backta
Hill. St. Michael,
meet al dance llaii at Chelsea
Road on Apm 3.
Cuinl.tv-i.airh lold the Chief
Judrr he was nui r*t full


for SloersMbe :til Mr H
earth.
ilnsl the two Jockeys
utMOi, thev
Ciunberbatch, who atelng
i na of them with iwn knife, ran.
They pursued Um and h<--! with ihe
knifa twlca and HoUlna>worth
with a broken bottle.
Dr. Copland ami Dr. Gale gave
evidence ai U) Ctatnbcrfaatch's
i lie had
Um cheat wluefa
Dieted with a harp edged Instru-
ment The wound
ni Qata -am Ua condition wi
serious when he nw him. Ther
was some fluid on the right sidv
ol Um chest which embarrasspd
(thing,
Mr. Trevor Gale, race horse
. ii mi. taid thai HoUii
fill rmplo;. and he had
known bim to be a reliable
[ combe used to work for
ins rather.
Mr Kenneth Edward*, another
race boraa aid that he
used to etnploy Shivomue and had
always found him a civil man.
Bail Behaviour
Baton p.-'ssinE sentence, the
Chief Judge Hid he icgretted to
say that the behaviour
Um danca balls left much to be
i
"At all times." he tali
coma before thli and other courti
In which people ;' involved in
rows. arguments and lights,
generality after tn* consumption or
a fair amount of liquor, Buch
arguments usually end in wound"
Illy harm and thing* of
that nature."
The hod [oatUTt Of I
In HUd wai that it was nut a light
when the row tuok place, but
Slooumbe and HolUngsWOTth took
It upon to pursue
Cumberbatch down ChalSM Road
and while the. on* bold him the
oilier produced I knife and
ftahbad him.
li you had struck li. I I
heart, th*r* >< would be charged
A-ith murder," he aald "Thai
charging lumber whJle tnoth
KaiTMOn Liner. Advlaer. and the
Dutch freighter Gammed*, w.-re
dlscharjoiiK general c. rgo.
i were all around the
Cirecnage. some taking sugar and
some landing cargo from the
a. At some'points, hght-
m were lying four and three
abreast. The other lighters wen
alongside the ships. Up
day, the shippers of the
could not gel a lightei I
the schooners in loading |hr
Barbara.
Lighters Towed
launches were up and down the
Bay towing lighters to and from
ships. Rowbonts added to the ac-
tivity as they were plying to and
from the lady Nelwn with pas-
tnyjara who came from British
Guiana. Trinidad. Grenada and St
UbkMOl The Baggage Warehouse
was busy -ill day with the pas-
sengers passing through to then
home*.
Curio sellers swelled the traffic
with their moses, taking out curios
to passengers aboard the Nelson
Carlisle Bay was busy and so
was the harbour. There was work
for quite a number of waterfront
workers. Lorries brought sugar anc"
scrap iron to the waterfront while
carts removed flrewood. charcoal
and unit that arrived by interco-
lonial schooners.
THE GENERAL motoi
tarday about 3 ir> p.m.
Oencral HoapiUl
i M 361 which struck a telephone pole
esult of Uie collision tin it ***
Str^sm Road. Clirmt Oburcb. ye*-
- taken to and detained at the
New Books
On Show
THERE arc now 650 new books
on show at the Public Library
and out of these 75 are fiction.
These new books will go into cir-
culation on Saturday July 28.
Among the non-Action are books
i cricket, football, teaching in
schools, physical education and
sex. There is "History of Cnrkr,'1
by Brie Parker giving dates ol
famous test matches ami individ-
U*l performances f the great
players
On fiwtbal) Samuel Fraltck has
written extensively on the tech-
nique of kicking, heading, trapping
and tackling In his "Book on Soe-
ver." "Football is My Goal" by
Johnny Carey. Wilf Mannion,
Tutu Finncy. Snm Bart ram. Ron
Burgess and Mat Busby will in-
terest the schoolboy as it gives
snatches of the life of these soc-
cer men.
Teachers will welcome the new
a*5liaai|!S! ,.'', ...... ._ "Brad ~f-il IVul.l jiii. i TmAIbh
look. The Court ha:
l>erfon
a duty to
INDUSTRIES ULL
PLEASES BUSINESSMEN
Several bUSUM
i eaUsfactlon thai P"*-
ernment had sent House of Atarmhljr on Tue-day.
a New Ind urtrles Bill Th r-
frained from commenting, how-
ever, pointing out ttwl Usty had
not vet perused the Bill and there-
fore did not know whethei or not
it contained in* provlasou so long
desired by the commercial corn-
muTii'o. They reminded that the
first one had been far btlOSI their
expectations.
The Bill i- to encouthg* 'he
ecUbUnhmeni and develoofnont of
now Industrlei u make .
for the granting of certain n-hef
from package tax on i lonu
duty and income but lo persona
.ii connec-
tion w ill* such Industrie-, imti rOl
purposes Inddmtal to oi
i of the foregoing pur-
|...-i-
"CvrilSmilh"
Uiiclrr Ht|uirs
Practical Problems In Teaching
Method*1 wilh a foreword by Pro-
fessor Godfrey Thompson.
On Geography there is "India"
by C. H. Philips M.A. Ph.D. "South
Amcric
Hall Sharp
/ho is
'red," by Roland J
aft* corre-
pondent on Latin-American af-
fairs for the Christian Science
Monitor. This book deals with the
real story of fascist politics In
South America. John W. WhiteN
"Argentina" gives the life story 0
this nation.
Building Adviser
Leartifl To-morrow
MR. W. M. WOODHOUSE,
Building Development Adviser to
the Comptroller for Development
and Welfare in the West Indies.
is leaving tomorrow on official
viMtv I., St. Lucia, Antigua
Jamaica and British rloadura
Aftei this tour. Mr. Woodhous.
will leave Jamulea on 2nd Sep
Umber for l^nulon to attend the
1951 Building Research Congress,
lie will represent the Development
and Welfare Organisation and all
U. Indian governments except
Trinidad, whose representative,
the Hon. Roy Joseph, Minister for
tTdueauon, is rmw in England ii
connection wilh the Festival ol
Britain,
About 1.000 delegates from all
parts of the world are expected
to attend the 1951 Building Re-
search Congress. The President
will he the lit. Hon. Viseoun
is Mr
A lister MacDonald, son of thi
late 1-rlmo Minister. Mr. Rumsuy
M-icDonald.
THE 56-tou schoon.-i < >ril I
smith art on Tuesday
irom St. Lucia where the Cynl
smith .v.is roAttad aft
:ier she en-
ountered when sdiliriK from m it- Samuel and tl I HI
ish Quiarut for Bin
a month ago.
1
yesterday that ho atlmated th*
. run into S3.000. Re-
pairs to th* veOMl have not yet
i.pleted A new mainmast
pair of sails, riggings, blocks, hal-
liards and the like were rcAltcd at
St. Lucia so that the vessel could
sail on to Barbados.
The Cyril E. Smith lost some of
her derk cargo during the bad
burst whil drench* I
Ifltchall said
that he had a line trip up from St.
Lucia.
The Cyril E. Smith tl
opposite the Customs where she
" irg* b*r ci rgo and un-
dargo mlnos ntpaii
WILL ISSUE LICENCES
FOR FLOUR IMPORTS
Licences will he issued at the
local Control Office for the im-
portation of 8.OO0 bags of un-
bleached sofl wbujd Aour unde,
and or outilde me International
Wheat Agreement between tin
months of August and September
The flour will arrive m QUOtai
al I...... i ^gs rly in August
2.000 bags late in Aus-ust, 2.000
early in September and 2,000 D*gf
bit* ui September. The celling
price will be $7 "8 per I"0
pounds
Sentence
Postponed
His Honour the Chief Justice
Sir Allan Collymire al the Court
if Grand Sessions yeatn
poned sentence on Samuel Grant
.. iu-ye.ir-old labourer alter an
Assize Jury found him guilty of
malicious damage In property
belonging to Alotuphic tOnkSOD
on March ?B 1951.
Mi W W Ue.;,. K < -.
General prosecuted on behalf of
the Crow n. The prosecution
alleged that n March 29. 19n I at
Glcb? Land in the parish of St.
Mfchasl, Samuel Grant who /
once friendly with Alotaphie
Hinkson opened her house went
in and smashed up gl..-
cupi and plates on wagon which
was alfo damaged
After leaving the wagon be
went to a table and chopped at
it with a short sword.
The prosecution brought live
witnesses to prove their case. The
dafanca called on two witnesses
who gave evidence which
called "fantastic and unreliable"
by His Honour tin- Chl*f Juttfoa.*1
first witness calM for the
DCOtaClltlon was Alotaphie Hink-
son who told thP court that she
lives at Glebe I-and, St. Michael.
On March 28. Grant came t.> hrr
houfe and threw stones at it.
After throwing the stones he
opened the front door and
"smashed up Ihe things on the
wag.,, and chopped tin tafat*
with | sword."
timated the damage at
$60.04.
Gcr.iUlin* Lashley another wit-
ites.s for the prosecution s-ilil tl i.
about 7 to "30 pm on Man h tt
she saw Grant trv to cut Hinkson
with j sword After falling to do
this he threw stones at her house
which knocked live boards out of
the shedroof.
He opened the door of the house
and went in and began to TfUlfl
up the wants on the wagon and
cut a table with the isrord
Sword in HiiihI
Police Constable M
attached to th* PollC* Station al
DisUict "A" laid on March 28 he
wa sent to Glebe Land where
tic saw Grant standing 50 feel
from Hinkson's house with
word in ins bud Ha took the
sword from him.
On |0lng into Alotaphie Hink-
n's house he saw a quantity ol
brr.kcn glasses, tea cups, plates
etc There wag a wagon and
centre table in th,. place and both
of these were damaged.
Island Constable Gasper
Graham said that he hoard Qimnl
he Wai going to Hinkson'i
place to cut her up When Gran'
reached the house ho opened Uia
front door of Hinkson's house and
smashed everything in it. While
ihis v.,1*- going an Hmksun had
taken refuge at u neighbour'*
house.
Will Temple Wri
Be District Market?
About 2.15 p.m. today the Com-
missioners of Health or St.
Michael are exi*-t U'i lo VUtl
ramp** Yard an ara* axwndlni
from Upper Cheapslde oppoaiU
St. Mary's Church wall. In Drumn<
Streetwitfi a view to determin-
ing whether or not it Is suitabk
to In- i. i! .i .. '.t.:..i.,i . ii'.tin
market.
The Advocate was yesterday
told that if it be regarded
suitable Um iMoaatary raci
mendation will l*e mad* '"> iJoV-
ernment.
The visit, if It takex plare m
be as a result of a motion b> M
E. D Mottley. This motk
will go before the OonUffTJMOl
earlier in 'he day, will he that
they discuss the advisability ol
closing the .site to vehicular traflli
and erecting a coverage, with .
view to providing
dlStrfCl market Thi- mar^'t tc
iccommodate the nURMTOU
ers presently USln| street*, p;
ments and fleyi fn th*
mmediatc City ua
ake part in this
i I laMotMi at P il< *, the
Director of Medical S*rvlci
I i (..
port and the Colonial
I*hese will alao he a.skcd to
the site
FISHERMAIS ACQUITTED
OF LARCEm CHARGE
LLOYD ATWELL, a Bsherman was y*tardgy acquit-
t\i iit the Court oi Grand S ialona of larceny chars*-.
The poluc ha I A teallrig {oodj valuad
Situ Vii, the properly oi Musaona, Sons a Co Ltd., on Octo-
ber 25 laal 3 ttu
li:i Honour the ChieJ Justice, Sir Allan Collyroora pre
side.) ai the court ami Mr, \v VV Reeco, K.C., protstt
for the Crowi
Jamaica Wants BIG CHANCiKS IN BANANA
Cut In Dutv I'KODl CTION
.
hargeil three ithCl i*'t
the offan Angus Hunt*,
WlnJMd i .: ..I d
son. At the tinn' ol then trial,
....
Ha i .n ratted on llsu ~x
Th- first time Munte. 1 I
Hutson ware triad, Ihe Jury di"-
agreed in their Verdict At the
retrial. Hunt* WU found guilty
.ind put on .i bond, whil* Laym
and Hutson u.....'
Th< Dub Mara wai i
Harbour unloading earn for s.
n until [at* Ihe mcht of
Cctoher 24. HnrtKHir DC
GUI and 27 Wilku^on pi
witnesses told th*
/an......tut) i'i I n hlld Stn m
the night and NW
ino\Tinrnts <>f five men in bo I
near Um Chan barlafa
They um after the men .11 I
hoot eacapad exc*i I Hunt*
At\>eii wept y*slerday - .V
addressed the Jury tall ng them h<
n innocent man, 11
point .is thai in i
police Wilkinson had paid thai
the night of the nllege.1 offet*
c a dirty whit* cap, the on
ltd thut he
' !, I
"YOU plol Ir. \.i
u.ky I do not know,'* the Chlel
, left lh<
do k. "if you are lucky, watch
i

atnt Us* i
UadusU) baa wi It)
son tuhts
.in,n was* not fullj di
I an li abaul l
be clear." he writes, "that
Majesty's Gov

of tome cigars from Cul
fact th.ii to admit them wou<
trade advantai
K
"What Jamaica point-
that the Increase of dul
M ,
lb aratghl
in th

hat the Uniti
lined |0 ,..,1. C800.I M, '
I
Cuba would fUrUv
market, it will i

Dmetnlni .


ket and to limit tmnorla If
to im c*nl of tl
1 would point "ui thai
a ith Jamalca'i 11<
the cigar InduttT) of
kelp J > end i i
if emplo) n
p*rentag* ol mark*l
"i help babq
United Klngdi

ivallabl* again lo all i
the Unit i
luxuiy lot the rich." Bit'
Parking At
Hovkwith Place
At the parking lot mi Becl I
Place, motorist .in- complaining
that they cannot get out then
th* attendant i i1
.., i
i in front
ilrect.....f
"\ aid
thai the D*| ii Ura at I
uthonsed any COI
i> push, move n int
ny car al ihe parking lo i .
... rt of hi duUi He I usl
ea that no one interfere*
IUi ii i ai t i.. h ere left In ins
Qenerally sp) al
plaCM an-
il ear*, leaving roon (or them to
;om* and go an UM) pleav if
il Beekwith
Place, it would DM
Ots.
In the case of the
10 the BM.I.A building-
t*J | i- to hold tWO
ara. It was agrei-i on n
tioVi lo allow that, i-i
nt thi
then (oi Um entire day.
William Carter, h car nark

r the Rmplra
night. In ail..i i
rcllevei Um < >t. Bed Hi
plan- durlog brswhfai I I
has ih^i ti doing tin- from ib
<' th* month
Although I huve no
m the IVpartmcut
any car from .he parking lot, yel
1 assist any motorist Wt
med m by removing tin-
front to allow him In
1 th Vic a i
if two oUn
paid for VnMhfaUJ
Customs Slarl
Gold Hunt
Planes and ships checked
to catch bullion men
Mr Reporter JAMBA BTUABT
Socurit) and Customs ofnclala
M International all porti and m i
ports in Europe and a-i.< ..... co-
, .'ii the police of mani
countriei In n ettort to bread
i .'1 gold smuggling
centre fit
. . in .: h bl and Calcutta
iporu between Europe,
n and imi a.
Gold mugjgling is causing big
of i ounti I**
nggled gold gin's
uatan and Ii I
n, mn trav-
l>. i- pe< t*d
TraveUei all and ihlpptni
i ratchad i egai d
oi Shy.
NO ItOAC Force
Mr i) | w rial i x Ea otland
Yaui detectlve-lnapector who
the 600-sirong Brittah
Alrwayn Securlt)
Hi.Huh l.,tei went to Cailn t,i
conduct Inq
Mr. Fish's "force" .

lid
WHALING FLEET
FIT OUT
Nineteen nations go south
after 1.000.000 m oil
I coinn ail
out to equip then whaling Bear
for a winter Ukaty to bring Uie
1 iipeliilon in Alllalllii
wti ding
i- iheuld reach 111
i i month.
. i
and Southern Qardcn, tOg*th*l
with a SMI of the mallei cab h
*i .in Btttng out In Augu.s:
'in-. .. .it i,.- joined by two mon
:-! I.ips. the SaMlhrrn liar
vrstrr it Southern Venturer
Giant IVriin Ship
I mi Jepai
. aftai ti
Ant*i '" srhalln: eason on
' i*i | ; 000-t n
raotory ihip, The S0.000-toi
Juan Paten lalrned lo i- thi
Um % ship in th* world
. ...... ornptetion for ' >*
i
!U*y, lock is Ilkelj I
The IS BxpedlUoni
which took par li i i -
will in* increaaed this winter
ny, Holland, An
i Bl it..... and Noi
b* taking part.
With whale Oil retelling over
C100 a ton, some eSDOdlU I
recur* El.000,0 ret
I. K S
'
i. the Roj >'
ouid incl
thel
'.I liijtiriii As Bui
Cmhefl Ind* P While the motor t .. Ml
owned b* the QeTH IB
ii driven by H
It
i .
direi 'ion or xop Ror k. It si
telephone
Id* oi the road at iboul
reatarday,

i. i
Maxwell, Christ
nt Hill St
Michael were Injun
...
were detained.
The bus was exten.'.-
agadL
Red EUdin| Hood '
Ouismurla the Wolf!
"Nt'lsfm" Loade
Sugar
One hundrss
pa p i arrived her*
By the It M S l,ari> N*l**r
Riled rrom Brit
vi.i Trinidad, Orenada and Bl
i th- pusseng i
N' i ea i ted 1
.r here rot Ca*
11
.
Kta via
Miles of Colour
Tin- choice, though difficult
mpUftcd by thi
11 ing* trip .ii which tr*
and DUbU '
to i minimum
in addlUo
i Inter* l
U .1 UM I'i .i" '
will wish m tnclud* eom* > th
more nu.....t- bt
as ihe Rocky Mounuuis, th
Qreal Laki ond n itlonal .....ki
Man-. i i i.
thai ru1 ii
of the veei

nf wind
M..| .i..,
>tietih mile aft.-i mlU
...
carle! to green, !..:.*.
Sfadento To Mrml
Bookfl \l Dunkirk
wii..... be -
Din 00011 betu
their WO) Into Dunkirk th* I'H
leople took me
Cram the municipal 111 i
Hftl 'ii .....II and iv i |
lenta froi anlveialtk
ir* *Olng to Hiiiikiik next monl
. help -"ii "ii' and i
krh have nOW I** ii r

Ill I ive up m
iin.M'i hotldaj lo Umj lob Sot
hi- taking -i i.....k-blndinj .....
for* thi
Th* Unll
i |p An r. Kollig t
o th* National 1 ihen
ii >
NB.W SHIRT FACTORY
REGISTERED IN P.O.S.
i oil i -i i
A riev
In Port-of-Spi
i Hou
of *I50,0hi Th* capital
id into 1,000
Ch '1 i I ; -

ind turn bite i ounl I i
4 th>
C.C Council Meets Aug. 8

men i '-
lgU*1 8
Asthma Mucus
Loosened First Day
i tmmm\ lit*, wnilir *>.
l hrii.,|h lha Liiwi, uim *. it ani) bmnrhtal luli* Th Oral
m> a'aMa hal|>tn* i>*iura lmnij|-
:> > war*: I. !['[ i-.m" and ra-
v- ihlrk Mranf n -.. . I. Thua
'C ilMp I. HalpaaJlavi-
i ",u*r,ins, whftn. nMii,.|
i-k ilara'.'ltxn or mouv MrH
. .(iilaad Sit MKSVACb ttv*
Oi-m'it loUj. -, c.
ILW.L Ex/tort}* JXow One-Fifth
Of Pre-Mar

hhown In dartaUatl R|
A I iM tfi | pro-war an*1 post-war imports
i' i >f bananas.
rh*j w ahow th;it rxpotis of bgnangg from the .
UVst Ii ||*m, u-Iik-.'i avanuf 14^)00,003 bu:
.
he Depgrtmenl say th**t bl wi are
report. 'where qua
efrec'ive."
M
u .
The ( .m ran area aCUl export
no*t of 11
' '
. CosU

he I9S5--''
14.it73.000 ptl
cat in lUMi. according to the

Die oUs

.huh I., i
, in 1(135-
i.i to IS,1W,000 bun h*a in IBM

: km ol i3.un nuo Dunchei
d pi.i to r. mi 000
a year, says the D*| art"
nent
.!.iin.ni .1. will, h

I
.

I .

'
all of which *1
' I
'hat the
tot them
Stead) Riga
th* total world
export ol i ..
Is given as 111.850,000 I'
rear Tin alf dur-
I
s rin raja i
All Canada Is
Asking To Soe
The Princess
on m i
no..n <; .\ei n
i
o th* visit < i Princesa Ellaal v
nd i'i Ince Philip in IH
sifiing hundrecb of
and village m the Dotninion.
When t. nltb
Ided on i lerarj.
ivlll bt uscuaocd 1 ''
Cabinet
On being pproved, li will l
>ui mtttad to tin- pi net
through tin- British I
ment la nenl
I i nf piepaiilig th*
ed i ite li iikih to take i ft
. k
Make a beautiful jelly...
with Bird's Jelly-de-Luxe!
6iv titty mill j parh pn n .
am I4rd*i Mly-da-l use in
>\oinii-iti,i ways, i'1"- op I'm
rashi Jimi ooiottfi t.n
Ihcni Midi linn OBrve them
in OSClung Nh-nc* 'th prcliy
unmaUaat. Btrd'i JaUy-de-Lun
.-i* quickty. perfv
iIcIkioik ii on Itavou i being
the orchard nitiu to vcmi
Make oik loaHjhi . .
ami net . '
licit* Jhi...i.Il. |ln|ai
U i .1.1. i- 1... I...-I .u.mlill. -
l UIlll>. .iiiiIp II .iilil I I'd
li BIRD'S
JELLY-DELUXE
k
a INSIST ON
1 i'i hi\ \ mows H
THEY ARE THE BEST
i B
1 H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents u
n-tliiflimi at III -I',
lfll-1- -llt.t-1. I til.mil
THERMOS PICNIC SEIS
tar 2. .'I. A I //#
VAI.ISKS
ATTACHMENT CASKS
/.ll'l' TASKS .........
KVH.III S LTD.
1 I'm.' '
mm UM
I'll! I'
nnv 1:1 no
Prli e 24.00
IIMH IMI
p lc 1869
IIOU IJ.M

now KM

am IH.IKI
Pl |C6
III IV UN
hvt "s iiurnj I!
PYREX
WARE
ih' VI Hit #;# ISHI.XS
CASSEROLES CUSTARD DISHES in Shell Shapes
BREAKFAST, DINNER & SOUP PLATES
LARGE ROASTING DISHES____________
now available &t
(AVI MiM*iii:iu A CO.
10. II. 12 c 13 Broiid Slrtel.
LTD.


PACT SIX
BARRADOS ADVOC \TF
TIHRMHY. Jl IV 2fc. H51
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
7*w:us

WHETHER YOU ARE A
LARGE
USER
OR A
AFTERDINNER
MISIRY?
, lhi '
,.pl
,-*'
-.n>P" ,,
; J. llM "-p, M*** -^1
RedRose
EDHKn
,.6o>><" "-------
SMALL USER
YOU DESIRE THE
BEST TEA SO USE
RED ROSE TEA
IT IS GOOD TEA.
I SEND YOUR I
orders!
TO
ADVOCATE
PRINTERY
DIAL 2620
l//'#V/.'A'*VA''W//'W
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only
Usually NOW
61 M
Usually Now
Tins Kardomah Coffee (1) 95 Pkgn. Jack Straws
Pkgs. Custaid Cream Biscuits 51 -Ml Tins Gloria Evap. Milk 29 M
Bottles Grolsch Beer 24 l Cakes Ivory Soap 27 M


III! RSI) \Y PI I V M. 19.11
ll\i:il\IH)S AKVOCATK
ru.i -.im/n'
I
CLASSIFIED ADS
PI IMH SALES
fAMin
lt- ChOTpe VM> n
TILfcPHOHI ISO!
pii
Nliwnh and In Memoruvm * "
t;.M on weea-da and 11 SO i
lot any numbfi ol old* up to SO and
S mU per word on * and
cent* per word on Sundays for ana*
Jlllioinl word
Foil RENT
Birth*
' '
t lh-
C (mil per wore ir .

.rid 4 pn- IMJ loi P"
S REAL ESTATE
Ch 10(1 It Appl> to i

IN MBMOBIAM
.



1 1
1 t d not it
A
'
I
.
IE.TEH In fcndf.l
T>

Than took our owi
Rany, Cirtl. l*o!la. N
AHna. m
Ii .
FOR SAM-
AL'TOMOTIVI


Vl M '" Tl (mm coatBUi Drawl f
I Room*. Ik.. bodroom. and
Un-niU'ri Tn'Mnwnii
upsiatM Gnvcrrunrm wafer* and el.-.tiic
HgM Wat
The above property will b* aai up f.,.
Mto b Piablir competition al M cdne,
Jan.ee Street on Friday, nth July 1WL
of application to MlM Cum-
mirg al the premiee. ,, Thur*da>*
. and am.
YF-MlWOon a. BOYCK.
Unllira
IT 7 M I
I.ANO AT ST LAW HI NCt tunable

' K K. Hunle. telephone 11)1 or Mil
III M id,
AltnVSWNI'EMt::*' I'*
(AH One Vauahall la j
I0.M0 mile*. Ilka new Phone !
4*0 Orll Stoulr.
BalaoM 1M6. 1*41 ,n
I Sport. Modal. WoLarlcy I
Saloon and Hunu 10 Halo.ni Telephon.
*3I Col*- & l" lid II : ii Ip
ROCK HALL PLN: St Paler Actmk,
OSSS Ii.iiiio" oi
11 ANT Appl.
Jb T al 1"
Colonial i .irporalHir
i ivHaa appla-alion* from nua lifted and
-ii for the
inniia and
Kami R-pli

Mr O Boddam
Colonial DrirU.ptnml Corporation. Ul
M..pe li.dd. Liauanea, P U Jamaica "
X : 11 dn
t -: .. si i i mjt do .. .. i
Lurnbai uaaaMBca
A lUr.... Ji Co .
soTM tin
A|.p Latin.,, are 1. ;
of Head Maitrr o the SI Audit*

tiom the ArcSdia
.on of Q
M T .1 an
lndi:rcom:r girl
40,000 CardsHe's Just A Beginner
WASHINGTON
i
She passed her >
She Kesigrtcd
nod again to talking about She had
lack of partial paralysis Six
...
.ung lad hn ha.
..ld. U>r v. . ,. Hui

-
ndwr.lUK la Hull A Obi po Baa i

par day ORA
OK Hal iMrt I
hill Rat*. Ira
tRASlDF. INN
Beach Rat"
day. Enq^lrla*
wiHT> Granada I
I jtrll '*
Hatra bom ST par head
..

"I driven. Mileage IMS. Owner
I.I-i.l Telephone SU* or ZM1
t it -i

I 1'
day
On Grand Anaa Bathin,
om M 00 per head pet
.:.-
MJI M
iLv.red *.thli-.
Woken Dent-.l
PERMIT A I.
Tha pubin- an

m,:ti: lie.- in
old in -'
I'A III il.IN A
.1 1 do nol
LOST & FOi :*
__________LOST
Lo.t m canadl ' i t Caviw
. ,i [.. ,i MM mall Blark Noti
l'ook with lnd*x and a Pock* ti> hoi.
'.in paper nr eara* Baward Pnor."
nil M- "
Pt-OTS A SAI r

final Riwd ftad wOl M rawaiOod <
Una It T
i
. W.ln.,.1 T.-ld.- T.i
ii i i IM1
ourkinl oidei
Rinc a Thraa whaal pick-up
Apply R'do- Aeiii
II ? SI -
ELECTRICAL
i m
UK* MOTORS 11- Ne--i.
I! P U. 7', H.P *0 Volu
ThMinBal Depl M 7 91-4i
LBCTiuc rmnias a mc* *>
n-ent Includins I A I III)'.
Eiectrolwrt. Jk-riii-Indirect Bowli. I A- 1
L.ahl rOBkCta, Table Lampa
lum al Mahoc.iiiy. Saving Minor. i |
Oi it'out hoi watT haate.* Di.J STIJ

S4 7 U Ih.
UNDBI THE l;.\>;i)\l)
II \MMKR
a
bj I
arih j
I O'clock at the BattMdoi Ta.l CM.
fcervice. II .. i, y^, I;
I enaiive In
i.rder. tvret Bond ... i

rhanirji lloraa with two trailer* It H u,
perfect uorklnf order Ii ,,( i,
ininti for a lumbtT. hardware or pro-
.i to ru IM IH II \OII4 IS
in-:.' 0 i.u liii.i.ii.vi Hi v
ll lull width fnerinc ehambei
lew unll. Ilirondllioiied Ihn
may ba Impacted al Lea Yatd.
Ida Apply II. L. Sn ill.
SI Philip. 1 ; il t f n
i ifha
Tan renn
lad 11 sm
ltd II an .
i ue>iV-dau<
n Xvndavi
week-datia
NOTICE
^*"i?" or **'nt raoaiAi
-IH> TTNOr.lt" will l>e mtiv
MOTOR STARTERS DO
and Star-Delta ill' SingV 1'haaLni Pre-
venlor. Dial ISTs. Da CoaU aV Co Ud
Electrical Dept M J SI fl i
1PSI

FUBNITURE
ol'Hl I CMA1IIS Jut
l.lpmenl til Office Poalul
lire point ad]uitmant. S
t T. Gadd>i f.i.nl lid .
StaT.EPHTAKF. TICKET -
:
1 \I I tT >
a,. i
n.-u m "t m ohaal 0
riureh Viil-at-. "i
l.l.-l ( IKIlHv Ml
llll l-t INIHV Kl .....Mm
(otlrr ll hi
M the i .ii.
ii' orlsma
.
tint within
i.
1!.'
hei-aby glvt
rrom inn dn

Ol >ueh M
...llftcaia will bt
Board of Dirccioi*.
3Sth July. nil.
iOIS SMI
Ralph Beard Invitea you MB
Stork of rtiriiilure In hU New Shi
llonma. Lowei Bay Street The follow-
ing Baraalna are offered to you: Mac
ilnl ta.OO a pr ; Blrrh TUnioj
" a pr ; Itu.h Uprlsht Win
i i Arm Chaira SIO n
Rocker. Sll 0 a pr. Steel Arm Chair-
11100 each: Ruah Morrt. Chain S3000
1 Morrl* Chaira S3S 00 coeh
Not (oiEettii'd a lame .irietv of New
I htand rumlturaj Phone w

MECHANICAL.
B1CVCUBJ i|
MISCELLANEOUS
at GkNidala. St. Thotnaa V
lope "Taivdara for
i idata"
tor in-prciio,, .,o,l furlher parllruUra
apply-
W T GtXJDING.
Slrons Hope plantation,
Chur.li Warden
1ST SI 4n
NOTICE
parish or -.unt iixirn
laaled tender*, marked on Uti
'Tender for the Em-timi or a Pavilion
ni Bathahrba." will lie ieci-lv..| B] BM
ial Treamrer'. Office up to
biuidav utn a.iui. iiki t.., tnr ..r,.
I I i.-heba Ploy-
Mt rietd.
Coplea of the plan iiml pec i neat inni by
Mr R II Moulder can be seen at Moira
A. Barnea ft Co Ud or at the hlVCMal
TaeatMirer* Office. Hiithiheba
i | ...
Ii the *um ol IIU each fo, the du..
i .
COma Mm doc* not bind
an* ter.dar
.1 Ml'.HTON M.CARTY,
Serrelar >, Social Commit bra.
m iooapli
NOTICE
is HUSSY |l<
nnv debt or cl
BaUrta of Daao)

i pm
ANTiyilS Of every description
Glao, China, old Je*ei>. fin* Sliver
.-.- Barly book*. laBPS
Autosrapha ale. at Gorrtnie* Antique
hhop, adjolnind Rojal Yacnl Cub.
1 0 au-t f n
>f April
pbllui

WE ARE BUYERS
SE HAD1.A tSPAMOL
OIIIIMAI
CURIOS, SOUVENIRS, AN-
TIQUES, IVORY. JEWELS,
SU.KS I
TIIA.\1"S
AMM-l-DffNT TOOTHPASTE
it! taving -our Amm-1-drnt Tooth
i Boxea Within a abort while you
be Hie winner o( one ol the fnllow-
- Id Prue SHOO. >nd P- ra 111 00.
Prlio U 00. i.T.H San
. U-d Ci Kr-(i
and Tin-
0 V, M Ford. 31
Knlnlil Ltd
I and Scalp
1 and note the aoft lui-
. price i .i and S -
as 7 Itin
i -i-arm- Pownr.Rru poll cream
I MHJtSupteine qu-tity and onlv at U
I____1 *. ._ i_ud at M km* l_lfc tin
| ' .
try the bell
The S-IB lamily i
IriM.I on "rarm" lor
ilth and your pocket
i< MSBbJ pi '' --'"
ii a nLf.n.
rlettlriK th
.t*>r-Turton. Ut-
Of nnilKflow.-.
Ml the ISth d..%
..... aatoOj i.
.:f "rl,
>., TtmtMln Ttieo.
PubUa Tru.tee ol tht
Itaaan tiui. t
on a, n..ntieitl. ,tt thUi- office at Jamei
Rroot, Rridaeluwn. on or aoi
ibai INI ..fin v |
hall pro.red t'l dlXrlbutr the aaarta o
the *aid eUte amona tha parllra entl
b) the delH.
and claim, only of which I .hall then
have had notice and thai I ahall not be
ut..|
paraori of WtMWa iHt.t or .l.im 1 -hall
nei have had notice at the lime of MM
I
And all peiM.na mdrbtrl| I
e-tate are requested to nettle thrir at
ounu without data*
liATEO tin* Mth day al July. IMI
TIMt.THV T IIKADIJ^Y..
Public Truitee.
QualiAed Adn.lmrtralor of the Batate
of Deademona Enatar-Turton.

riinn nuni\i sale
iIBM-i I 30
On Friday the loth dav of A
at Ihe hour of 1 o, i
will ba mid i Wm as IM hnlie.l
b:udcr for anv .urn not under the appris-
ed value All that rerUin pk
iil>liiHi -bo.il l.fMO uj ft. Hluate Ir.
b
,i Yeinwoori. a priv.it>

MISCELIAM 01 S
iY PBH. M
MH o B-.* SI -tale
SI 1 SI
Coiiiniuiiisls
Deport 2m
ft) . A RVSIR
LONDON. Jul M.
.. ....... pep i
UlHl in.ii.' thSl J.tHIO.lKKI
:
entmUoa csmp* i ural n -
siUsmsnt snss ii tiM Coaununisl
iloiniM.itc-d ecMiniiii-s rj| I
i i
nous from ad ntiu'i
IIiiiiKiiun towns Batscted ul least
30,000 prir-.Hl;>. mfniiiiu '
Bled.
Tbs purgs tbtro, *nu dsacrlbt d
Hit ol ths si nsral
plan Involving the movfn| <(
ii.iiht.ii' if psrsoni 11
EWDpS. 11 It "" - luiKd I'll
accounts received In Wi
i.it.N. said thai that numbat
deported soarsd wsU
2.(H>0,000 und was stlU motll
lailj Bspt I snalysii tif ih<- re-
poit.s. showed four ests
persons subject to ddfrafratlon in
tha ntaHrta stataa.
r"n '!! 'tniiii's I
i .ill iMnani connacted
with the old ri'Kime such as army
ud/JM, and othec oflkiala
Thirdly, sll masnban ol paitwi
hich o^)p<^d tha Coi
after tha war.
Four!hiv, *1lDursjSOal and l;m io,,!..-
Till- I flli ;ir:,i
ategory im ludsd
uiK to bav |oiMi MUtetivs tans
Ihr piMpi-rly fjl tin
ii tskan ind Ibsii tonM
boa k MoiktT- tn partj
i. fin-. Um OstTununtsi i^ajeshl
i ii.ii u us il once i in-.
Liquldata raal u potantial cnemtcs,
i i.-.,.. ..!: raai rvei >( cheap
atujaiif ai.,1 unoaddjj tuwai I (ot
orkers St DO coal to U*
Reports aald in Bulfaril thai al
least 700.000 persons have bean
fleeted by the puree In Poland
WHI.OOO. U.ii.i.niM 4S0100ll I'/.-, h-
(lov.iki.i flu.oou. ind )
i--iii.ips 110,000 InctudJns tha moat
recent victim: \
that if the number o(
in lluli;. i.
the tsrsst isimad to be U i
nf roushly 10
population in each of tin
ersstton
or slave labourer
moclrl
Informiints said from the Rul-
lone mon
thun 300,000 pSOOli.....
deported out of the
of 500,000 I
(hs iniiie population SSVS fol B
few t/iousand straKRlers ht* been
it'inove'i froni Viinui. Tltil|f;irin. u
Black Sea port, and tha
N ival bstt UT.
| abOUl -That rraij.
she passed on tht street

i
in lionie the body of her
.
.utiai m the lime churchyard <>f
-k. Virginia
rioV 5 a herd they bad

That day people were nuirmur-
ng about what a shsmi it was
*uch a line ytlmg fellow should
lave a sister like Marv Stalctip
.. I..va!
hi like him?
'
what she COUld not tell them WSI
I | tls
I
- u l It ...,m! was
ill pttrt of the nine sin- couM
vi Ism thai -hr waa
Olrl No 1 for the
i nffpisrltt i of Um
rstus in Wahing-
0B,
Isouhlr Life
U iry to-daa Hct
Mvkward now
She married a man who dM ttOf
i
fBI and ha is the father of
i
How dtd .1 feel to live .i .iotilili
Ufe? H. w did ll
Mi MartTward, M o.
:' psocli muttarbi
traitor, my name
In the paper, people I'd known ill
n > Uff snuiiiiniK me In public.
"It all started MM da) when an
1 : sMnd if
he inmiit i
I had no Ides what II
about i
! ii ward to being

He i i i i-
o*i the Communist
Party were BpenUni In th
me to help.
I rter think-
Ini about it a while 1 did not
my fiance.
though v,

\ fra pi rore he went
overseas I |
I if still dldnl know lhal his bride
an under-cover
.i.rkei with the Cnmn .
Mi m irln a -''..iici Um
a Vuik Hull Wnrker I...
ilktd into
nisi dqi lei
Wl U HSUM and
. Id she wanted
wn i. ivinj
iit.i lhal i..l i
and 1 wag Invltctl That was
i Wo ) l
lustomen fi

took the oppurttinilv Of
srisntngj hei Conununl
i ,s on iiiJ
>"'ii ol ' irds Marj
I B '1* V*rb.er that she bed
i. ii the psrig >-
"I ..in glad it's over." she says.
M> baby, ri" husband -he's been
us about iland our
four-room bungalow are BDSUfn

Markward If she
had any idea why. out of oil
w.i-liiii*iiini. they picked on her
It was Ihe only question she
docked With a iniile she isld'
1 think I do, but I am no! it
lay, At the tune I bad

'The Verve
One thine sin- le.iined as an
irei girl not to place toe
nee on people
W i iota of the vary people
i to call me traitor
come up to BM now Ml UM ':'
tha nerve h)
s.iv tli.it. of tOUTM tliev ri-iill'
never belksVSd i VfOfd Of d evt"
Hi the 11
worn ii cm*mi.in Ht--Hvrii
1 l
Mr. John 1; ]'><

Sussex, il '.e wm!,i
hamplon collector of smokerN1

Hi disiius.*es Mi John Bart-
lelt, of New Zealand, who has a
40,000 card collection as a be-
ginner
Mr. Brown has a collection to
ut loiicctnms it contain---
\ I lltKARV f IMI books deal-
it; -Mlli the uses of tobacco, it*
i .ii i fay smokers
A SMOKKRS Ml SEtM Of
131 pipes, including meer-
schaums, china, glass and pot-
teiv |>:pes from all over the
world, antique vesta mat. h
snuff-boxes and pipe-
UgMm '
KAJDaADOO
N ptrRBUANCr f the Chaneary Act ItOS. 1
>n* havina or cUimina any tale. neM '"'
M ut ->r affectina the property haiainaftar man
ilefenilanii l,> brina before ne an account of their
and voucher- to be eaamlna-l t>. ma on an;
_# la ....... .nrf a o'clock in tha afternon
before Ihe l.'nh day ol
ranortad on and lanaed accord in
U.N. FORCES
SKIRMISH
a From Page 1
way through biller t i.inimiml
Bra to Misty,
Bogaeuma later the second
0 ve.it hod the II N Une-
Imt i! h.ul sufT.-ie-l soiiu- Io.m.
.1 spokesman for tht
I Kii K.i.st .urfiHCe s.ud the iillfon i
| WOUld not dignify with denial .
Conununiat Chins that
8 U.S. let phines Hew doap InU
M.niehi.i i.i l.i S..tm.i.i'.
CMnsso .i.iinie,! Cemntunl
planes inol dosm seven or th'
i i hi H .
A t'.ii I
said Communist clalnir. of Vloli
UM of the Manrhuiian border had
been made before* with' r

li.P
thereof te.(.. ueh per-m. will be prerludad from lha benefit.
of any deciee and daprivad of aU claim, on nr aaain.i u>e uid \>i part)
ri AIM-TUTS: JACK IIOYCK (ill.l.
ainsiuirt i oawAi-n cibaham okans
ranriRTl MX THAT carUIn place or parrel ol land .Ituat* in th- .
BalRl I' > ui thu laland c-mtainlna hv admeaauieinanl one acre two
rood* twenty .even pbrche. ur the,*ah,i<< Ahuti'i*
two -.de- on other land, of lha delrndanl on land* ol CoUrton
rianlaOon and on Ihe pol.ln mad ol howwve. elw the
alnit and hound Toarthei w.lh Ihe if.....Q a Iwettlna ou-a called
I>aane HolL.w and all and .inrular other the l.uUdlna* on lha *al<
parcel ol land eircbad and bulll ANI1 BSCOMni.S ALL THAT oOMr
piece or parrel ol uiiid .ttiuMa in the aai.t paiwn ol Saint I > and 1-1
.* b] .dmea.ueameait th.r a. < e. Hue* rooda thirty and f.^.r l.lik.
parche. or thrieauoui* abulllaa and bound um on other land* of Ihe defendant
beina the parcel of land dr.t herein darribed on Un.l. ..f t aileion Planiation on
land* of Checker Hall Plantation on land, of Checker Hall .old In lot. on lands
Oeane daeeae** and on the public road or
Bli>
a thru- MM
1 th. I.Milt v
In tune tin \ gaVS me a paid
..mi I .- 1- oon mi gixxl terms
top pt onla
'hi my husband's first leave
I 'h.iuiihl I h...l better tell Inn
' 1 bll scirt'il but he wag
sen understanding "
Mrs, Maikward Brew in impor-
iht- ii.iitv Soon she was j
I . g)vi n I
El of infiltrating Ule union*'*'
toai mills around |
I land,
1 10...V ot this year she I
hai bSSn lelllng what she knows I '
about that in loci
BURMESE GOVERNMENT
PLANS SUGAR WORKS
Rangoon
Tha Bunssas Ooven
planning to ssUbush a niaai b
ttuy in Ihe neiu futuie to n 1
the conn' f-Mill uaskry ..,
sugar. I'insrnt iigar-producu-r
capacity ton rUmati
annual consumption of 40.000
Ions B.I'P
RATES OF EXCHANGE
siahl Hi a!i.
______ CHANCERY SALE
iientnned pmuertv will l_> u.1 .,.. r... aala .,
Public Bulldlnai BrMgatO*
the data

i'
urlng lha
I I- M- ,
Kl NNI FM CAMI TiiS ll M AI.K

RUTH JKABBHH "''All Ixr.-r,.|.. r
ALL THAI u.| .Itualr .....
Plantation In tha ,n.
in i>, adoie,uure.ne.it three acr<. and Ihlrl) .1,1,1 p.-rrlir* b*J Ihe MSM Bio.
i. i f. ., ,i. MfMll Of U.,.1 OMlalnlBg by admaaau.
menl Two 11.4. and IwaMi Mail paeeROS One acre one rood. One rnod a
lou'tn prrcli i '.'.iiii k .n.d imundtug aa a who
0,1 Un0..... '' "' I I OS - or BMd of Mr. n Lo-
on l.o.l. how o. late of I Oilffilh. the public road >nd on Und. now t
'-'' I kbaM n.v butt ...
Toffe.hrr with the Me*aua|a oi Dwelling Kouae live rami ami .11 .,,
uvular othi-r ihe houtr* and milhouiei on Ihe .aid land erected .oil i> .
iaodln ..r.i being with UM .ppm'.. .1. u.t,,.,,
II Will
ll-ji-ir.ii in ( i ..
Ml PtUCS 1.111 10-Od.
OATS OF RAII IMh Aupurt. 10*1
M 1 il 4r.
Big (gajvaagCT In
ItaiiUIIU I'rnilui lion
A lo-da\'s G.A. Song
T^F-A for
.... "Can't you see how
happy we would be
.... With GAS installed
limit i it :i Ki
. Ml condition With
Ili.l SOtS Da Coata It Co
M.t.N OR
'trance, al 0
i
und towaid* *BU<
AIA'ANIZED XAnJI -
tchmaon A. C i "
. i ii .y v:i k i.i for all pu.po".
or PritHoal. Jfiatilam*-i
sues "- ,,|nk n'1"' *" "
mil* iSI.aar.7ft, a
Mewnrl f

Ii i i..
HUMS ass.
r T IIEADLXY.
Pmfal Slar.hall
Marahars office.

B) from pane 5
rising steadily, reaching
of 97,951.000 bunchei In 19*0
The Caribbean-;
trade, wlinh total. ( 70,001,000
rsai baler) II
food at .'.!t.Mi no" bunchf
1950.
The othei Important bonan i
produclni areas i oven rj
D ment'i mi say era South
th of which
have I
(port ivei pr -wai I
'..!:
II
. ihe grai snd 11^50,000

came mainly from Bra
l both of wlin '
I .
been a l
l
from 1.0.0,000 t ni" h.-
U) 8.732000 bui
ft 'I
III Africa, where total SSpOTt
nant rose from
12.482,000 bunches a >
10 10,625.0f(fl
1950 than hat oean s b
exports In almost STSn producing
territory, especially in N .
the Cameroons. when
rose from 2.337.000 bti
year In INS-SI
bunches i.i 1950
Most impcrtifik OOttOtli
I purchases since
the war. Most drastic rut i-
shown in figure, for, the United
Kingdom, where banana ImporU,
Bvernglnn 13.186.000 b
roar baforo the wai. stood si
R.184.000 bunrhoi in ,n50 A
somewhat hriglr- I
writed by Canad .
ed 11 ',l,rn i,n
average of 2.250.000 i
vear l>e'' :
1004V Itl'l-
aii' voog
CHANCERY SALE
i-.I-e.tv .ill .e .
IKKIJEfllCK AHCHUBAIJI CUNKAD fftftDlM0flrrl I'l.....' -1
gSSI IIIIIHBgmn (l *IHatM|lll OrMMU I*efe.id-m
l-ROI-rHTV ALL UtAT Mrtl 11 hrrker 11
PUrdalloni alluale In the r,.n.li ol s.i.i LMW and l.larvd aSafOMlrl
Hevan aciaa three lood* thlrly Un perch*, nun
b-undlnif on landa now or Ule -a Mi Wataon an long.....- H i-'r .,1 |i.m,
rU OUvar Dot 11 I ..- and in i
tUnkaon ana hi i.,.- Pub t(...... BBCOtfDLti ALL i H t t rorl
I l i i h> Itatl I.....i.i.cii. .ii ..,'i
i al l..i ai.,1 laland BfotSMld ......air..... i I. .
i.i 'i i'.....ding on i..ud- of oiivi i... ....
ritaae >nd gmssl Auguatua Hma..... and m i i- d aMah ther- i*
IM1HDI V Al
THAT ce.l.. i. .iti ii ,ii puntmiom ailu
in lha pan-' if Saint Luey a I I dng b> dmea.iirem.
I Sound..... of 0
n R,i|M ot Way on other taric. W U.....d OUtrai

rtH'RTIILY AU. THAT plai e. piece o. parcel of land now
in lha parlih of H.ni-1 I
i.u-a*o rente ni I .. I
. .i llabha and Chat .- K
i. ,
M..*i,l-r aOM i.i.Hdina. Pi
"i I irnat-aMM.
datsi "i iaei
.i.i. i, than
atagn md Sn i
.,..1 i. i .

it
i . i-
A ( III || I 1IOS


including I I ets from

Mr. Hrowifs smoking i
ll S.
A BRIIJ-II Al.ll I
through bar Wonder land on Hew
i York cinema ser*en* at the same
.int.* thai Al. I
BSStoOB character. wander^
through I
Wait Disney lost his lawsuit to
prevent a French-made Alice.
played by British actress Carol
Marsh and supported by -yuppets,
being shown at the same time as
his cartoon Alice
OFFICIAL NOTICE
IN THE COURT Of .'HANcVhY
B|
oi
Public Huildina*.
toned une property of lha
bum* with llvair wifiveaae*.
i at tha BaaialraOon office.
Auau.t. IMI in order that
the nai ii re and priority
ST
ni..! ;
and bi
SHIPPING NOTICES
BtOMTRSAL. m i i. M I-.
ISM milMD LINF IJMITBD.
>M ANX )
. S "AILMIIA al *cl^duled to *all
m MelNxirne Ilth June. Iiriiliana Und
ve, Port Alma Mth June. BydsaSJ
v tlh. arnvirr TrPildad end Jul*.
I lluhiido* early Aufull
Lg 'KIT niHV la acheduled .
I fiom Kobarl late June. North Ouean*-
.1 mid July. IliKlMine and July. Mvdne)
ly AdUil. Melt.n.rna mid AufiM
arrivals Tnnlda.l mid Sepitmber
Carpo acceptad nn th.ouax Sliri* ..t
id fioirn t .rso.
In . raael* have ample .pace for chilled ami
lining lor tranahipmant a- Trinidad
Hi iti<- (lulana. I*eward md Wind-
ri iMtri. with* a co iiu
TRIMUAU
BW.I.
I BCHOONBR OWNERS
ASSOCIATION il"-'
N WISE . ADVERIISt
^AtcOC SbmmMpO,.
VKW VQaW HEKVICE
Arrti
nkw orli:ans **V1CS
I I.IMJIAI. AUTIOA.S .all* ISth July Arrive* H.rtmtln. Slit Jnlv
MTKASIRH aalta Ut A,gin Ai.i... n A.igi.-v
HTKAMRH .nil* IMh Aupul Arrive. Bail.ailu* Win A
CANADIAN MIMCI
a.n* Maaliaal Balta H.lit.
PUlAftl'*
I'llllrTAN '
1-r.NNAM
RIIRFRT TIIOM LTD NEW VOttK AND flUl-F RERVICB
APPLY^DA COSTA CO. LTDCANADIAN M.KVIt L
U\-t you a noisy Cleat Uox oi Different
We recommend lalCH.MTII
Product ol (ierin l.ubrlcanU Ltd.
iK.vritAi. ror&'iMiv
a
Curlier ol Browl unii Tud
C A M IIIIA I
Pr..s|>.-. I. St. .laiiM's
U
J-.lorov .lone houne ol HO.-I KHUld i. ti .irum,
!,.,l.vi v.i .. I, nil.- ..I '"-.-I IJII ivllh "'" :''"!
tronUge. Flr,l clan >ndy iM-w-h. larfe llviii. i.<,-. StM-
roomi on ll>^ uuuei floor will, .imllar cf II ".I ....."I "Pinion Ihi property would !- i-nnnOlUj'
iuHabli in ..in..................*Mt B*tm la* imn"
rfipiin.l
JOHN hi. BI4DOS h Co.
A.F.S., F.V.A.
Real Islile Acrnln. Auctioneer* A Building lagSSyaSf
THE HUM "Till nil RUM TATION
'Phmir 4ttt0 ":- rianUtlim. Ilulldlni
ratad. TaKai the drudg- out
' drudgery Dial MTB. Da Coaia Co .
. ElKUlral Dept M 7 31 -In


l.iquidal r
MAIL NOTICE
i rrf'i.h r.
Pranhlyn
Pa-r*l Mail at I p r.
Kagliteted Mall a-
July. IMI
Mail at I :
July llftl
FOR siij;
5 Hundred Empty Drums
FOR PAILING USES
IIOBEKTS" MAMFAI irill.N(i CO.
GOVERNMKNT HILL.
I'flH slum 111 ri'Utl
all uluml
FERNOXONE
ami apply ii
a I i**an
INDICATION FOR IHE. Eernoftope is I MleCtlVI Hurnit.ne
killer snd is recou im en drd for eontfOl of N
i BDS, grsvelled and asphalted palhs and
Ail ..r most easily killed when growing
vigorously.
Eernoxene has the advantage over arsenical* In th.it it I*
not dangerous to humani nr
Ml I HOI) (ll I -;i lid 4 K it .utive Ingred-
ient lion rate. A 1*"1
ni
1 '-
:(.illui- per acrt
took soluUoi
Ihe I
ith
adding 1.25 lb Eernosanr
Eernnxone bo 10 pUll
in 1i pint per 100 sg. ft
.i further quantity of I
FBI I \i UtiNS Broad-Ieavi
damage by Fernoxnne .
0$ It I
growing nearby
l..\.\T.\TIO.\S M.TU.
rops an sai i ns -
I


r\<.i EIGHT
RARRAnOS ADVOCATE
TIII'RSDAY. Jll.Y 2S 1851
Eleven Arrive For
Nelball Series
;s ..I ih< Rwi-i- Setbill Club of
- Laaj
s,l. chosen
(ton the I) i! "' ""' >i'ams <""" Queen's
li le and Olvmpia Sports Club.
iccamptnted te.
Wilfrid R.
!
Cricket Results "> *0*"'
|
:

S .,;.. '



Feeliiit: t KM
Glouee-' I hi ^n (h,. i 'ing fine
Glouceel
wicket: Essex 243. .1
rM (he last mould
i Knic 00 Sl' '
... .
dry eouM I
G A MBOL Ii- i I;i c-i I Set To Become Len Has Time Terry K.O.s
Sporting Power Again To ToP 20 Boh Frosl
4 de-
Middli
*** v- i*ibvsh.i. ' K"ke- *ked about the lrtp o<

i
Nortbonts 27fi r
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Si II II t 121
Gardner tights
In (let-many
(,
JACK GARDNER. }ur,-u In, (
..(i,n IDS) pU) I
I
in the
Wi Added
.i in* Dompi Ul


now the
,,f the Club.
W.ll IL.Ii.nced

i .
n UvC UP t<> If*
rennda.'" *he said.

S< boot Ihli mrn-
. the lour
W? ri li ii in i iox
LONDON. Jul\ 16,
DOI ' ii BboUl it. And let us ftOi
raelvi loo rood. But between you, m<*
-is though the old British
Empire u all aet to becomi i | irunj powei gain.
it l I I nil] i
not walk off witti ..i .,..,.
the Olyi ' i "in certainly n< i
tlc in i my record-
ligiis rime last bi ikliu: And of the
L*n Hutton ths thirteenth
player to reach the century of cen-
rVnd he did i
lii-i his 35th
ii man t-< ash
the fast. .
.( Mutton's
u Wind
n i thf rear :
Terry Rauufle. the Bristol
welter-weight. established himself
as a contender for the British title
Bi knocking out Bob Froat (West
m> In the second <-ound ai
birthday the Q,
POLICE BAND CONCERT
AND
FILM SHOW
AT
District "A". Monday 30th July
8 p.m.
ADMISSION 1/- Children 6d.
IN AID OF
II Alt II ADOS HOYS' 4 I.I IBS
:- r in,
k dolph Turpin,
| .
i: t) RotMj the Worln
I saw ttw
the A.A A Chsmploh-
. w i'. i ii pmr day.
.
i- could *au<
n ay l i Oat sec- '"'" m*i
rssary ability, itemlne and gut*
A* .i.'tl the atartafi gun crack-
ed and u | on of the
iwaj. Benni
front 10 kaap N.inkevllle
.....w
Harms*

MB)
ISM
IMJ
; Bfl
- '
ken ^i>> ii- .
! them by KmptnB atbll
Anothci t |
Bailey arho
rarorded hi; lacondi in '
>Hna1 irTnl finish
I tha
cnamplon, > Ui defend th<
r,n. | ii. tl-yt..' ali
l
inund on September 23, Sunday,
i outpotntad Auatrl-
nn Jo Wcioin over 16
M:,rch to will the European title.
Ten Hnff Ih>. ante r.fi-man charn-
ng w.iit
Neusel. II'
........
, i i..tv^ ,vicw-capi i.

'.li<-vlr, EH^'<
I- I W.l"-,. N..r- J>M>
Then- \*>r.

the >
tituted
from the
b) the tune the first lap wui com-
l>litid. II..- lead d.ui been ta*en
i.> DurAtt, ..i )xf..iii City Athletic
Club. eJceaiy foUowad by Hur
Wilson, arlnner ol the avam In
K igland
He playing ; Vnkshlrc:
altinfl K-nie. each pieparcd to
keep within lahl at kha other, County match*
moti waltina t"i UM Si I Igi /*th*r Jmjtc'!*' *
topa M the Ol an attemptcil break from but ;,,;S;C,i-!.l",
t had knocked out RatcltnV
In the f<.urth round in then i>u--
laeUai
Rotclutc was shaken by aome
,-.w.iful lana la the nr*t round.
but fought his way out of
t.,., %,. The end was unexpected. Rat-
fT;.UiJ? cliffe caught Froat cm the jaw with
!l i-r. a terrific right hook The West
! !I2 Hum man managed to scramble to|
JS hla feet, but was unable to beat
U i the count.
W Randolph Turpin. who fought an ,
| exhibition bout With
Z iot Gordon Harell. was given a great j
4J mh reception by the 12,non crowd.
* IM promoter Freddie Mill-, former I
'* light heavy-weight chafnj
that Hobbn Ihe world, prewntiii Turpin with
I -ix rear* a gold watoh.
Bu, Con Hutton beat >
rdT Well, he is ., yearn agoldwotoh. g^XSii!
votmtar than Jack ami -hen ha M rou"dH JSm rSd-
.,.._,, iWandswortht outpld Tla>
BagdMUhl Abroad lStle>
on 40,0uo
City to ae-
nd th.it
ivaL
icon, the veteran
:' ^ pfaayOi in Germany
-IB"
T2NN1S FINALS TODAY

i
oitpointed rl Tenn

ol Groat Britain, th,. Comuat And m to tna threa-quarta
and the rartou othat nations mil* stage, reached Ui
ted n 11 were rl lazily In ti Uma "f ^ mimite 8.6
slight bieo*e. When the 11-k- md with all hopes of a
"! tl ' lor nmc li.iii-minut, mile gone to the
tflaceUeneoni
Club did
ioi taka i 'he lawn
h Tiiev will I* played
M .
young Bchoalboya watching deeld-
. uld like .i souvenir ol
tha inerling M>st<*ri<>usl> ..!- i"
"!'. the Hags began to disappear.
and not until a loudspe.ike!
ippaal "a* mad,- for their raa-
i tnay hoisted again.
wind.
Referees Off To Rio
No Record* Broken
Thv
Starfish Defeat
Mermaids 6Nil
STARKIsil acored in ea j victory over Mermaids. > P
Amusing
ol tlu? flags was
iJ. wnuaing episodi
in an oiherwiae very m-
t Thie wu athletics at II
STOCKHOLM. July 25.
Two Su chediiled
I irrlvi in Rio Do Janeiro last
Though no records were >>roken. Sunday night to officiate in the
ihe crowd, nnd 1 number myeelt Rii clly champlonahip*. did not
among them, could have wished leave for South America until
lor no better nni-ih than that aeen late last night aboard a Scandi-
um the last lap of the mile. As navian airliner. They are due to
thl bell Bounded to send the run- strive in Rio thli afternoon. The
nani away on the final quarter, lefcrees are Em- Westman and
llnnnister's raring feet took him [ ennart Nyhlen. When they did
Percy Iremongei
tlx-icesterl in fifth; Rov Smith
(Frome) outpld. Oeorge C.oodell
(Cambtidga]
\ alentiile Takes
Ten Wiekels
KINGSTON, July 25.
Alfred v.iicntme. Waal todtao
Teal bowler, performed a senoa-
Uonal bowling feat at Kingston
yesterday whan ha look all ten
wiekata in n innings, playing io-
I ;.i club. St Catherine and Ber-
nard Lodge, current
leader* versus Combined Parlsh-
, i nil In their water pole m tl
it,, fit .-. giternoon For atari Chi I
cored thi oals in ftne style, I J
Wai ran scored two and June Hill scored one.

: tlui "I don't care
altitude which
lip to the front with NankavlU)
Byre thundering along
f [ behind him Up the back straight
wlatar showed his greain<
obvious wllh a turn of speed which left
could ha detected, all his challengers lagging behind,
iring stride and
Randolphs Father
Died For Britain
com bin
properly, StarAafa sjol then- Ant

Three aalaatei later, goal
tare went sicKinnon
tn m j pas ftrom Frieda
..<( Rail Ume
maids four down. Christine Ma i than a year
cored the third goal and over from British Guiai
: World War I; .....
Aft the Interval, bterrnaldi mtcman: ** i
i. Tnipi

...ohlx'l
and ol Ihe
: I
of the fas he gM In M
Franee
Randolph i the
Bttei three and a haif'^'iinme'- ,Ih,1:lren- '"(h"' '
June Hill V ,
n.
ta| name is Lionel Ca I
II,' won the
n9 ml...... ampionahip la
: it
their efforti
work by DoroUur Warren, Janice
Chandfa i
in the sta-iih ba< k Una, broke up
.. '
Starltsh scored their llfth goal
liter
play
i
i 5S ?

unfortuiiaicly been
in*.- the wai
nia vontestunta were not content Hu ipace-di
srtth being R,-.tt kaars. They rhythimrni style mad* it appei
rare ill OMdiy h-f^i on ttelns: nil * easy. And thimgh Nank-
|ood Wlnnara. \ille put in a great last challenge
.i so much record* to beat the previous championship
.Making, tlm tusk of selecting the best which he himself had estah-
i i pm ' ui, e M not mi iHhsd two i sy, then-
.,-. one Tin *pptng Bannurtar ihe
who won satBy,
llallVo performance m iliffcreut l.eating In- own previous time foi
Trlnldad'i sati
Bailey's i vnnU In M- ., ,
.ends th Roger "'"' Hannistei and Nankcvlhe
i mile in 4 minute* 7.8 bean pn.-hed lltUe I
Bad Nankevllle's do not doubt we hotud have seen
.mi,- iii 4 mimitei M lecon i^a native ssiaush reeoi
Ihlrd '"-' ''' '
thought hafl evidently by iwo sseonds, or am man
tiuctton Of lh"v lu,'v l,,r that to nnppcn
. intarnaUonal tabla, and iforo the end of the ieeeon.
xpoctnl. Alberlc
I'.orgerth. Presiilent of the Rio IV
Janeiro football federation cabled
"ie Swedish federation asking th
v hereabouts ef the
onVtfua. No explanation h
lor their failure to ST
Brazil aa scheduled V.P.
The match ended in an excit-
ing victory lor the cup leaders as
Valentine going tn to bat two
overs before time call hit I lx to
a/ttl the ma'ch for his side In Ihe
IWO over- he hit up nine run*
out of eighteen required to win
the match
Valentine bowled IT overs for
30 runs to take his 10 wickets
missing (Vmbined Parishes was bowled out
known ((v VolentmSl lenm for 134 shortly
Ive in after tea. St. Catherine replied
with 138 __________.
''
Se<> our fine line 0/
LADIES'
PLASTIC
RAINCOATS
82.!K ea.
and
PLANTERS'
UMBRELLAS
SIO. II ea.
CAVE SHEPHERD
& CO.. IJII.
10,11.12 & 13, BROAD STREET
Mr. Arri
The referee "as
Tin te
Mermaldi .' ine Croney. Aim
SOUtharlsad, Heather McKl
lean McKumon. June Hill. Jean
Chandler (Capt ) aiidTholma tnce
stanwii Joan Ghent, Domiii
W..i nil. Fienla <
handler, Phyllb Cham li
Chri 11 HcKinn m and June im1
This afternoon's l\xt in
Barracudas, an'
,'rtus poUee.
t is Mr .luck Knight
World Snooker Threat
players
have thr. ntened to bovCOti
1951-52 world snooket champion-
the BUU
lion "I" Control < uncll change
1' arrangements fi th I
toinn.unenl
GONSALVES WILL
GO TO ITALY
1. m.'i< uT-aj UN, July 84
i onl)
eycllst to tha world i
ships In Itaty n m .....
thai will
r Fed.
Yesterday'*
Weather Report
I feOM ODMNOTON
Kilnfall : Nil
l.iUl Kjlnliill for
dale .1.K1 bm
lli .ii. .\ I i-riui. i .uir. i
t I "ipiled by
authoi lues, it must im^
lietd tn re|irif*ent an accurnle
.'ictiiro. I cannot help feelini;
that many of the White
City orowd would havi
'ing a better rating
'ban twejlth to the performance
n ol Yuaoatavta, whi
.>n bha iwo-mlle iteepsaenaaa bi
".ui.1 record in- c ,if v minute*
.. Bui '.'nit'* anotnei
Drama tie

na, and thai arhlch un-
,'. ubtedly helped to wal| the
ls the one-tin
which four ol the best
Europe and possibly in On
.... ii.i wera bi oi
i for the title, ami ju-ti-
roved, wa
. Mi-id student. Roger Ban-
lav ChkM m on | lu rivals
Utte holder, Rill Nonke-
liuropean whi metre
Parlati the three
nule chami
(Dorking St. Pauls) 3. 4 mins. 7.8
;: e < s. 8 yds. (Championship
record),
Threu Miles: W. R. Beckett
, Hytha A-C I I, H rnlns, 2.6 sees.
Seven Miles Walk R Hardv
(ShefAaid United H > I, 51 mlna.
116 sees. Easily.
12" Yards Hurdles: F. J. Parker
(South London II) 1, 14.8 sees.
440 Yards Hurdle H Wiiitth
(Heading AC.) 1, 54.2 sees. Three
yards.
Two Miles Steeplechase: P.
Segedin (Jugoslavia) I. 0 mins.
58 6 sees. 30 yards. (Championship,
i ecord).
l-ong Jump: S. O. Williams
(Glasgow Univ.) (23ft. ljin) 1.
High Jump: H. C. Pavilt (Poly
Ml (6ft. Sins.) 1. (Championship
i ecord I.
Weight: O. Huseby H.el.mdi
(.">2ft. ** in> i (Championsnip re-
cord).
DUCU ''. TOSl (Italy) (175ft.
880 Yanbti A S Wmt (Poly H BUns.) 1. Uritlsh all-comer and
I. I min. M I i insmplonahlp record.)
eord) M Pole Valu;: T. Bryugeirs
One Mile: R V, Bannister (Iceland) (13ft. Sins) 1
\cbllles) |, G. W. N;inkevllle Javelin A Matteuccl (Italy)
(Walton \' a ii J Parietl c_*noft. Rms.) 1.
Itesults :
100 Yarda I UeOonald Bniic>
id i. iii i.uu sacs 2 vii i |
i.i, ruphlp record.
.:< Yard E M 1> aid Bailey
(Poly II) I. 21.4 sees. 4 yards.
440 Yards: D. c (South London
II) 1. 47B SaCB. (championship
i, cord I 3 vards.
WHAT'S ON TO-DAY
urt
10 I
of C.n
Sessions
Meetlni of the Sanitary
Commissioners. St.
sdakaal ~ p-m
mealing of the House of
Assrmblv 5.S0 p.m.
Water Polo at thr Aqu ."
ClubSnappers vs Barra-
cudas and RonlUta vs.
polirr 5 pm.
Mobllr ( inema at draeme
Hall Yard), Christ Church
7.3S p.m.
ABUSE MARY
No. 16Rex vs. F.rvln
firaham
No. 2SRex vs. IHnill
Reeee
OOtsTMAi
AaaaaM "> "" -* *<'*
i. onrt*1 * ataaai
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