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ru.i Kir.iiT HARBADOS A1>N OCATE 8 \il ill) W II IV :is. 1951 SOUTH AFRICA HIT 583 IN 4TH TEST Opener Eric Rowan Scores 236: New Record (From Our Own ('orre'.pondi nt 1 LONDON, July 27, ate) with 383 ton thrta irlckMl b thnr credit. Smith Africa carefully amassed th. formidable trtal of 538 to-day. This boats their ) hijiheft Taal score against Eneland of 5.*i3 made at Manchester in 1947. It mi i personal triumph for Eric Rowan who took his own i ICO to 236 before being britiiantly .• ii. the gulh by R BroWn. Ht South A: Jfls tin Starfish Win Water A RECORD 75 Polo Trophy (1951) By BOOKIE I s PRIES for the Barbados Turf Club August meeting lied that a new record hifih of 75 horses will be due to ike |>art at the meeting Of these only three horses are %  ...• f i om Trinidad but there are other* already in IhO Island under Trinidad ownership while St. Vincent. St Lucia and Bt;. will also be rep r.-sen ted bv horse* owned ' '"Mies. The Ihri i lion ami ll the wickt-t for over %  %  Ing and he prodV delightful Uuitngj run out I %  %  COLLEGE DEFEAT LODGE ntdad ini Th. I'lIC 1,111' .ll June lUn.ii vn half-bred Betawn i wall M:-(IM HAV-Monriai m Mil -I MM l-l | -, \h} •* fan l Quran i Mot i rtarbados, who be racing in iliiis O. The Barbadej Derby, the feature event of |he meeting, attracted „;,£ t ^'] nal acceptors from the lone H i a) Ihoaa who had paid nub' %  I vourib ini thu race ,' ll ha Heat Wishes the Burning Lodge School hi 103 run f' U • i* Ull] froi Bl %  rent. IHII due lo her recent illness '. %  efcet match Inldad ahe I not the out? he 1 oda> B I I nding choice aha was ., fe day of tw# grou up Her chief rival waa %  *€'"** frana. i i r and ahatf houra bit < >. Road*, the big gelding bv V.,—,*I.I L ijand b< m In* day July 2S—I,odnr win[>,inuk out of Apul Shower* Mil.. by Mr. Alexander Chin of J ... .... .— ....... .n ... n-,.„, afirwrki II i bcuii filnt the -Jiegp i,in Bailey after an bour*j pbq will lead) behind the %  11 without a loes wicket that nl which Lowaon maktni bis n too 27. A — ked and Co i in:< ipentnj C. s it •.. %  College by Bcorln Hi S needle, and It Dash knocked up 11 Loda) 1 % % %  I ... ;, %  | B.G bui he ton was ill in Trini,1 rtu ... %  Hi the in> c tl. hardlj < onatdi their turn ai the -cored as run due i ling by M. Bin gOOd who '.-.. :. %  It IIDtt.r i llrdr Van RyneiiChMttwn Maclean i .. III.HBO b BTOVII ratl#rall ~JI VI Ml I IIKI - .-l-,.,., HI, ran %  Wind. Fall -1 wlcaeK lr Ml; 4 for SM. '• !<•> JW 1 foi 491. %  fur .*-, lor i* HOHMM1VAI 1 "Is 40 ; 3 f.ir ail. 1-1.. .. Hilton Cm pWa rvni-AKnt llnlton IU>1 out Lo, Ml no' II %  MM am in Cricket Renuittt July 21. Score* in Bnallah County Cricket gain*** which ended to-day were as follows • OUun-to-lwiT Va. Hif> Bl Ml I rr :u and ii nii.im-ii-i-Mtf tn and 11J f %  Urnl OIni.r*terthire won tv nnir wlrhvtt Hanipohno v. MtddlnM •' Pori Middle>r< *T| for 4 wlofcrln. llanipafine SM and Hi fer I whkrl* M.i< n dm** | v. rW.V.^hire at I..ik-U.na r*tn)yihlrr r0 und MD lor S wirhtta d-Wr.-l K-i.l ll -rid 13^ l>rrb> .luta %  I These include Wit,. Bell and Usher. it—VMtoan STAKM — Btewarda' Stake* for A CIUBS 1 '' • %  "• i jartw antrj than usual na aaat* and there are 8 on the curd foi jnl rilBM ttl avanj hn f theae are in ?Hj the top claaa. one in A2, one in B Boatbtila nd another from Cl The live A V'-f ,„ |a M(ll anUareAlomicII GunSate ,.' haeced fOUl ilOOl HUIII-. Eluabetran and itrake s Kpia,., r wicketafoi seven run-. He bowl"i""' the Ual named staging a %  • baoh aftei nearly l#n years r< ,'. . %  t! the irack Kebate who did M. day, Harrison CoUen had %  cored weH in Trinidad without winning. Apromwi •he <" VI P4flh ist.im e *. tlie -tfadv bowlinx of in-M HIK-H Mr. lleadlei wen Mr V L'l McComle II. C. Oranc 15 und £SflJST*" Reefei 14. Mr Headley'^ bowlqJJnrtan .. . nig annlyslsWl 'we .t^aro11 maldtffli it runa, five wlekeis. .iwt.am ,£....„.„......-... Si.iies are as follows:— ni-l* n.MiitiviiN COI.1JK3E wi liunnti tomiu wuki* i, rai i Wat*, ii.li j n-uMan lAMin^r l HoM> inn owl 1 r,.,, Hoadu I fir. % %  IIU.... Wllhaa nvtv IAV i Panic %  %  itochn %  0M Bud art ho'li loot %  nd x> i %  -I M MU Ii II VS..I. M :• %  ran. Sun Una.'11 K.d Chorki I'.-i'iiia I'm-.,... Haiiuairn .. HUlnU> Ability Demur* I "Haiti %  oaicaaa I-and Mara OOUTISll ; %  cont im i!ii'l\ beal b nil ill then m Tav-; Icr and Phyllis Pitzpatrick scoretl %  Starfifhs Ifrsl defeol for the season. Goldfish still have one match to play, but Starti.sh with fourteen points to redit are the wlnjwri of tha I9S1 loguzua and will bo "d with the V di : up at the end "i 'he s< %  %  tin th goal . to be 'ending the shore go the last goal of the match. I i mediately w. : was Mr. Bain %  '.rook* I and ha tha niajorlty of the The UMMDJ am IK -' t half the ball arant from nt. F Carmich.V'i Chandltr, Id* abk to i iler and J. %  I i %  • Mill. p pit net ^ -indold, P i< k opened UM e l Fit and M th a Ml i lyl II i, .i :handkfi t I .1 M<•Klmioii. J HIU. f. i. This bnmithi ti %  Buu f. i ind C %  '.; I % %  n %  and i Cap* I in t.hni aaemed lik< I Id tdn.il Vldmer, W Uw DM P MahOO and B ;„ OoMflah •ant the ball upfleld tt i'. the le^ultiriK k".il-throw. m Tuyloi In the i i rward line K<>' '' %  %  baU at %  m ii %  acond 1 S i stage St iss I %  they were able i<> keep tteeki until ball ti in The Saeond Hall i*i >,.„, aftai >II* ' SUrflah l ft win JJJ %  Ooldfl h fJJ I rite Who was on top (O na needed a cornei. Iit IM i ulted. %  Cioldflsti were now showInK %  r. %  <' imdai tanduig ll I IIIISI in th** ADVOCATE High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women far frmn lli S n Wi-.l I'r.uur., , laaa of memory aad taai p •aaily atcllad. frar and worry. IT you %  ufl-r an> or Ih'sa ayanpiotna. den I drla> Irpjln.i nt a alr.flr day. bacavBaa >'.ui l.f:r_. \, r m dangar Maac* lto.r.„fly known u H)iwil. a n*W -iiadiUl d.a. ...r> (rdi,, ,% Hl,1 Blood 1 i"un nun tnr-iiai duaa, (ara a luayy Uad off lf>r h-jrt. and makaa rau f-l yrat. .ounfr m a f.w daya. cmypro OM NDKO from ) ll H ii^r-nic.d la aui ya ar.J >uwn M money aa.1*. m }JJ ia—T*i*un IIANDK \r— m damn !> "• % % %  rm,%C '-PUMI %  > r*a\ta i", ra*. — ir • Sunlone J Mary Ann JJJ Dulclbella _' %  Collaion ii—oiariN aTAKia-iu Uavolte !!: Mi— roand.hip I. fail ItaUi Will,a,.,, b Kariiui Oiimiti r (..ll I. ralmar M Hrl % %  % %  i %  b i M out William> ^iKriit n flaaa > IIBtAI Tall ,.' -ukvi. hi m %  %  a TV, ami IT4 Ma'i-h da V..f.-hir.^ smtland at I BaeUand m and in. Varki gfl for I wlcfeai Voik.hlrp ..n U> 1 wWkal ill if... ll; a hH .1 l^lMlaa ii-atwABirAKt— *) i udAtaaai. H .11 am iaaMU (I a %  . r — itrhiabaihan 73 >V -at MMaa BTAKBa— h Bltiiim>n> • i la ii \ti lU %  < %  Qllt -U-1 w.i" HairLoni h Sally '•. .i.i >• I'I.I.I• ihah and Lw Nd lo Ntlr .tat. I. Rain pre..nt,.i ,.i n WedneaB r ; day and Tb ll \uek in the ,H imubUy rinabi tor the Y K n,.,.,K,., a deUm i Summer* •*;•* '*-" hayoa Lawn Tcnnli Tounuunant .ii j r*mm r-M aui Thl-s nature will take place today ut 4J0 pjn The couplea are l> W W %  J. S. B. Deai v C l< E, Warn* und L, A. ilulihins-.n Veslerdin's KesiiltVH \ ~ -IM.II •* Ir. "i F R. Att. 8 %  . t'.' Balm -TBAIAI.OAB BTAKF— < thin playen interi I during pla.v Ttn ..ii came from %  ho once again beat thi "4todlan Joan Ghent. With the hall back ll Itarflah were first on It I need into the Goldfish goal .i determine'! eflorl HUT well piaead allOUl from th' S'liflsh forwardi. how* i %  II plopiied by the (iolil kee it irbai i Hunt.Tha ha a at once again trans) Ihe Starfish goal area Bl i r elee in front of the St. i I%  1 urth and Ana! goal el Ihe match %  feree was Mt Second iiiinuia> Tha second guna IP I n itlng a& the first, but it vj J" neverthalaai .1 good matt Nymph* u iln tl < I %  seven showed woa) hive been able to BCCoUaPalSh h.i they iH'ii abui t" put In Un 1 rtronaeat team In the water '" every game. Mary Km I Hetty Willi.on. in tl iS i>ack line played a fighting garrn .ind it was chU'i!) due loth -•rf.i-.i work that l ''' %  were kept at a safe 01 "waTi, M • %  Ml irakr ihe scoring earl) 111 tha Brat half return Lady Jean Chandler trt %  *hct from just inside the half-wa) mark. The ball struck th bar and Into play Grenada Nelball minutes lab r Robot .1 determined awlm-through, ball and goa l k e ep er Into tha K oal to score tinI At half tin %  If] lapha ;' Met n al I. Joyo Kikstcm and Pal Manet 1 N.mphs in thai %  After the |nt< >" tnl^* n MiPanlr Fair Salh On-llit,K Pin Sweat Bi.k. No to-Hlb lour Opens Ttntuy The team which haa beer hoaan lo 1 nt I rbad the Nelball Mutch %  gall u.ut.i tinlay ut S.OO p.m. at gi ft Cotltae ,. .is follOWl — 111 S Ii 0 o 1 e 1 riiclma ll.HKci ; 1... .e Jea„ i handfe Cen^,4 ,„ ineraaoi then .score. J —sey. Defending ChBn(1 i er w ..ughoul Maine and she am %  i %  ,. %  11 ah and l.iBOWl IM. IN ml raiB Yesterday's Weather Report FROM HM.loN RBlnfall: .01 In. Total Rainfall lur nnuillt to dale : 4.M ins. IIUjhel Irmprrallire : 8i.S lolM-l I .Ill-.-IT lllll. : 14.S •F \. 111,1 \>loeil> : 11 mile* per hour. Direction V I M I I'. ....in-1. 1 (Sam) %  • %  1 Cl p.m.) J KIM I n : 11 vnm ft H,.|H. 1. Farmer %  1 ... a r> WUie .." run mil %  %  %  ., %  %  1: 11-.I. ,. I now MM. s*nni 1.11X1F. Ind lMUHa> ; KiAtilr I. William, (lianl %  • Wllllami li Mr lleaill llUlrlllX Mr. Ilradlr* .V .1II J". l.c I.1. Mr ll-adlei VTilktC Al b Mt llradN-i OKI c niaikitmi. I> Bmlth Margaret It nn Centre; Kathleen Conn "• Patricia It.-I (Captalnl W" ~ 'lialkeepei Bevel lei It ia OftatNADA ROVFRS CUR TSAU Shooter: Joyce ilia. >\\ Blleen La Hae, Attacking cent.. Uma Wiismi. Centra Doreei alttena, Defendlna Centra %  fence: Angela Andrew Ikeepei Dorothea Syl They'll Do It Every Time PbVBCT Auas, PlAUSBLZ xrs MARK TriE LITERAL EFFORTS OF RanoNey QUOTTS— • ll*adia> 1 1 II Ha. I.i N Wllhir WHAT'S ON TO-DAY I %  1. %  at IIMrirl "Hinto Deatt ol Charlea Mr ( BOBaj — 10 a.m. I'nliie CaaWta and Juvnillr ( ourls — 10 a.m. !lr-llrn of the llouiini: Board — 10.30 a.m. old Beys' Dinner al Marine I Intel I u^t Intermediate and Sreaad Mvaalaai Crtekei jt thr raeaaoa gnaaali — 1 p.m I iist Division | 9] artan al %  %  rnplra V M i' C. at Hall 1 nl1 al Carl%  llaga al Lodge %  Combermere % %  .I. .....;. ,! %  : Cabl. va. Emalrt t Boa lad Hall 1 ntal Hospital vs. Pickwick at Black Hock Spartan at Ga I : • I Se-md DIvKlon : ;r vs Lodge at %  Foundation vs. Wanderers at Foundation Carlton at FRENCH DRESSES I'la in (.0I11 in in Triplr .IITM'\ SijeIS. II. III. IS • Slri/ietl Jerseywith Rlatdc Wateti Si/t-i 12. II. III. IK • Slri/ietl Jersey wilh Hurril Skirls Si^es 12. U. 16. IK Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street PROVIDE lEIMAIII.r PROTHTIOV FOR F.XTFRIORS AND IIK.H II VM> BPBCOA1 PAINTS For exterior* and Interior*. Grey, Dark Orrr. 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s\TI RDAY. JULY U. 1S1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAf.l. rilREE Re-arming France Is Critical Problem (Bv EDWARD M. L'ORHY) PARIS. July H Trie problem of transforming France Into a strom; mihiiirv i ing the critical itin for U.S. planners. Grave polities] prublems have loon some oj tha haftrc i-lcdce to supply 1" divisions to the Atlantic army by tinuud uf the year—a promise which Pn Vincent Auriol repeated only laU Monday to General Eisenhower, as he formally handed over the site of SHAPE headq uarteis. The truth of the military situs_ tlon here, as It lit being expressed **llilv 11*111 I fl>4*t more and more openly by all poll^111 |S WOn I U<1 Uca| yiifllM „ OTll as US expert* i< that M long as war In Imlo-Chitia continues lo bleed France of equipment, and huge turns of mone>. she will not be able to play her traditional role of deri aider of the continent As of today, France has barely .md a half dhrtaJOHl read. for Eisenhower It* allfOI | past the blue print stage, its armament-.* industry has been *ef) slnv<, tn increasing output. While its morale has Improved %  Don't f>t Enough Meat From Argentina LOhTDON. July 27. The London Times commenting un the Argentine meat situation said: ""British shipping companies, long accustomed to bringing Argentine meat to this country in refrigerated space, are dis.ipp-nr.ieu ith the limited quan* %  * .,dui.. ££ STSSSifiUEKi "JWTooo 'tizen.1, not to mention wholeso far this year. # of the the 1 flV-niK Of Iha spine which was fully cmducted on ordinary business lines From the resumption of shipmenu at the beginning of May to the end of this month, not more than 55.000 tons of Argentine natal will have been brought forward for shipment. Exports fiom Argentina lo .ill destinations are now restricted to the 10.000 tons a month, and lines esmodtTl / W ild Confusion On Stock Market LONDON, July 27. on marked the Stock Market confronted by the new QaJtakiafl nmpoMl for %  .. I of dit LdejMi and fortunes toat overnight. High asm again aapartorKini. prices! industrials tumbled ris-hof turning out divisions and left at the opening. isions with high prlred Ford motor* f.-ll live ahillings to Ghosl Town Lives In teams of money and t.n.iK tha dram is tremendous at namleBlb waak country With the threat of sabotage alwayi lurking behr d a crisis such Fra TO Till-: STRAINS of grand opet %  i ghat* town COmtM to life In the high Rockies To Ctfrbnto Coionkdo nond iubtlM lho w putting aa M iri In the o* houit at Central City%  one* the ce e ol %  gold-mlnlnfi boom. Saloons have re-opened to I •.. %  drlnka _.. that only 5.000 tons a month equipment—is something which 53 shillings nine pence. Dunlop will be available for shipment to any French Covernment trembles rubbers three' shillings 1.. BI lAllfthe U.K. during August, Septemto ask of the country. ings three pence. United M n l n ill bar, and Octobar. French offleUli iwU Iha coal <>f naarly fom shillingto 33 ahillOut of the total authorized shipraising ,md equipping u modern ings six pence and Vickers six ments or 10.000 tons a month, exarmoured or airborne division ji shillings to 4. shillings. ports are to Bl gil and Other S285.000.000 about one seventh of Worrt hit section .is trading conCOUntrtaa If tin to*.a exptctad France's record lM arms budget uiiuett was rubber shares. f 15.000 tons foi MLr K of $1.115 000.000 Even an ordlnwere ther are infantry division costs about $142 000.000. during the ensuing three months realized, Ulll will make a total ot 70 0011 tons in the first six months Of tha new trade agre. i The agreement stipulated for exporta of not less than 200.000 of carcass meat and offal. Iliyh Price r S is paying a huge price foi rajuvanation of the French ithout dividends for and have only iu-t begun ta reward their patient holders when this blow fell. Dealers were completely at sea iiid reluctant to buy at any price The Brooke family controlling shareholders of Brooke Bond and Call For Islamic Solidarity From HAROLD fit'AMI DOFF tlillliTK m New Y iiv tot 90.000 Corn"./ Mayor V Municip. Addict lot pellltarL out of ev oomnittfe f s> Dai lion and 1.. adei i LONDON. July 27. i Central Asia. Soviet during, the IS months after its rig"""x'" '"'* '^' ''^'.^'Vi/ fL orap SLKSJ n 2f£f B lt\^S* !" Asla repubuc*. and in Iran. PaK ,, a ur .. total of 12.200 000,000 is to rxI dt th.ni i: 100.000 when £ 1 ordinary lslan am j Egypt are reportedly Joyce hat would N New \ | 'III IllllllOl, %  %  %  ire \, CONS! \Hl.r. SAM SATAN i New V" ast i Ha ha recovcree t: stolen can, InalHdfni '•^^'' % %  -.^ : ,i mini t %  k He has raacisad i drowntni nan He has fallen downsUli chasing burglars. He lonved Sergeant Willi n THE Barbndoa Turl flub ure ram celling Scrica XX for the Mid-Summer race meet A record number of 75 horses will be taking pan In Ihtl four day meet and in IDS about the eft) men duilv fining races. rfc At the turf horses are regular It a gHthiK their workout. The> Drug Sic taken to the saa, loo, on lit lit) i' V|i|H-al Jadfei Vary DtfohdlMI %  natura, For this quantity to be supplied. 130,000 tons must be shipped during six months from NovemlH-r to April, a period when supplies are normally at their largest. This would provide an average monthly export of over 20.000 tons. ,i this \car In addition other 1275.000.000 has been ear1O £io 10s a 25 shilling toss on .narked for Indo-China and Hnjll> %  Oma I400.000.OOH \, is hun i re lit ed France for the purchase ar manufacture of arms The list of equipment delivered to France in the first six months of ,0oo when £1 ordinary s t an and Egypt are reportedly tiara* fell from Kll IB shillings calling to the faithful for "Islamic ilidarlly" in a combined UUi each share At one time shares aon movement againsi W<-lcn. fell to £10. — \ *P H tons n year or more thai, 40000 "X^ to fraetoS Jm? torn i month. Consequent! '.^leW mdtanks during the height of ,hr shipping ^^A^gggk "" """'*" : ""' %  "'" rm v ,;, tSShM armed ,1 rerafl lude Debaie On Price Rollbacks .mpeiialism. ,\ cblnwt mi cast from Hankow : of Chines.Mo grams to "Moslem* of Persia and Morn umist broad.uii .i iimiini had sent telcand worki i-xpresslng liberation move n. refrigerated space will only bv ball Mled Ships carrying Masai I mails must be malntali i servlca, and U to carry all the Qmltad shipments likelv to be ofh TAKES OVER FROM BRIGADIER PAGE i|>om Our Own Cot-Mpotid*ii1 > PO(T-OF-SPAlN. July IS. Brigadier A. C. S. Jackson. newly-appointed Comn I the British Army in the Caribbean area, arrived in Trinidad this morning to pay visU to Trinidad.. I Hi taken equipment that was soon to hecome obsolete. By the end of the war the French army had for all HH—NII— I purposes disappeared !' | %  | ,u i Dthll | about replacing it. Now she has to start from the beginning, equipping and training %  inking fofce. To train this force she des|*mtely needs 25 000 BTftTy officers and non-com•* %  ., .-.„.,.. missioned officer-. flBhtlng among tering quota question 155 000 troops in Indo-China —a Chairman liurnel I potential core for a new French said co pport for ttv ments. •* The message said' '"Moslems in China cannot sit idly by and see Moslems oppressed elsewhere We must oppose imperialism in uiuhlgjBssst on with all Moslem countries and United S .ill oppressed nationalities." £71.950) In Sinkiang province, the chair|asj. Sail of the Paopla i DssBoarafii ..j n 1 .,4t SIs^i'K %  %  % %  i-r-^-'-.r.rKsr, will spend live days here. coming to the Caribbean, he was Officer Commanding. Northern Area, East Afnm WASHINGTON. Julv 27 Kxhausted Senate and lieu eunferees ended an all-night si slon early today with only u issues blocking agreement on t compromise bill to extend econ ton controls for one year Conferees said they reached tentative ugi.cixcnt on tinaOMD mem permitting prl.t rollbaiks to League broadcast a riecUruli"ti OH prv-Korean levels provided inbehalf of Moslems of Asia in supcreased costs may be uddnl tu port of Moslems in Iran ceiling prices. The other issue still in doubt hymputhy — the controversial beef slaughHe aUd: "The sympathy of Is Mavbank people ot Asia and the Moslem reserved the' right nasse* lies with the Persian ,.pcn discussion of the rollpeople i tha lift of actress Matthews, found wilh he: ,. i in produeai Bilhj Hose's apt.rtnnnt just psi Baa %  iha M to fo off-dytj % %  H night. S i WliO call siimiiioiiil tfftl M to a fth-fsooi badfi i BivadwuHotel Woodward. Then-. %  %  one leg of Mri. Fst. %  Ryan and pulled hi I the loom as she was about to %  urtla Into tha Mreel Ceimeii is 'lay/re' AC1M1 -I %  sroman In tha l 1040 (HO uu tin honottf in u.i n ct: Mlk uf stealing IhTM %  ouraop, i\ paw pawn and some tomatoes, all v.i!ued !*rt cents, Sarah Johnson ,.i Coniifil Town, St. I.u.y was .-terda.v fined £1 by the Judges of the Assistant Court of Appeal. tfl Q I. f^vlor and Mr. J W. B. Chenery SHI ah also haa lo pay I S lo Moituiiei Johnson fmm whom she i lole the fruit an.l vegetables. In .mi*oatng t*nAna Iha ludjgei varied tha daclaion of Police Magistrate Mr. S H Nuiw. Mr had Hoed Sarah £2 1 inbM kciound of the case was i.. Barah fohnaon that 'he wii in eharsja of the land on Which the tilings wengrowing and it wai not Mortimer Johnson's land, sinihd not oanj picking ha fiuits She pnKlme.1 paiiei-. t > try to prove thai the land previously balonsMd to her grandfather and handed over to William K L I M 51b tin A __ NOW—45.98 lib tin NOW-—$1.35 ;.ke tv and be I go to ll My heal" 1 Inlay i In Ad Johnson fiu I go Ol. I oil. %  tORltC bomb. Then (at That I don't Ilk. • rnportanl Hoas If I got Jiia.nuo dolk I wouldn't know l: othei ants *o be p KSrai lo whom she produced e pure wotc, add KUM. shr | e pure, sofa mils I KLIM aere sefe MILK Take and you have | Kim •urni *tn" pSfja IN atlFIVINCE TMI WOSID OVS.S %  f Attnrnev I•in.Tr^Mor.My/eough has quite gone tinFrench are Jgaln tvirnniK out equipment In Increasing numbers hut In heavy sttif U is K-illlB at 9 criiwl.— VV. „„,,. hating slaughter quotas "to pre~0 vent black market.'" May bank scheduled meeting at 2 p m. today Assistant librarian Accepted Bj Leeds INQUEST WILL CONTINUE TO-DAY ufti of Central Aslsrf*. ,l tini'ii. %  %  riother lion was "favourable to the Persian people in their light for Inl\P. lepcndence" In Iran, Ayatullah KashanJ, leader of Fidayan Islam but areeft the $10,543 Oollectetl At Piarco Airport lublished eorresp-mdence lietwi-en cn,,a W1IF-N be lost hi IBpaal aMlnal is.li.o Magistrate Mr. G. A. 1 whnl to In With them In oihei Mc i XH)d ., 5/ nne de r|tion for %  l """ 1 w ratUnsj t.. produea bla ditvtaal be hesuth r. U ca nsa < %  %  pijiieaassiii MjmiUon LONfNM IMMTORN idVUd t .> lev of Villa (toad, flrlttans Hill. 12-yenr-ort Henry Hookes parnj( Io |U V MI1 uddllional 7 Uka tha delicate boj i .,,.,! costs. The Aaaisum court 1 '" Uve ;f Appeal Jucbjas who heani the a few yean more. Tl %  %  > did and appaal yesterday, were Mr (J. I, k>->] in Led hi Taylor and Mr J. W 11 Ch-nerv ad hi iu4th birUiday. nfee Cosart load Bsrytoy he was has outlive! his Wlft and two |,. C kv in i* knots) % %  trophy Ds ca uae %  i !|iAPPEAL WITHDRAWN Winston Wal.olt of Maswell Hill. Christ Church, yesterday % %  an appeal he had naoe UwandreFran.-l, liner Normandie Whan S!dMlP^T*iB&***C igion tight to the death in defendthe Noimandlr burned it Ne 1 ing Pakistan and Kashmir Soviet broadcasts in Twueh and Arabic languages monitored here recently, urged the establishment of the Union of the whole Islamic world.—I'.P. fpiIEIR goorl looks teTl you they're;usl right. You know, too, when you look at the price tap, that you can't get finer valor. Illustrated is a Full Brogue Oxford. Tied io ever; pair is the John White Guarantee Shield—the sign which means • ;ul right '/ Look for it in leading stores in Darbadoe. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right J New Plant Comes Into Operation Fli.n On. Ova • i %  •poiMlnH GEORGETOWN, July 24. The first section of the Agriculture Department's new processing plant has come Into operation, while oth.i sections continue to reinstalled at the Kingston premises. The section in operation is mixing stock feed mechanically, having taken over thilob from the Government Produce Depot, where stock twii used to I* made by ham;. The mechanical]. of atock feed ensures a better oisIribuOon of the Ingredient* within the mixture. When the plant is completed it will increase the Government s drive to Improve the Colony's pcasint farming economy. It will be having units for canning pineapples, grapefruit and oranges. and for the conversion of corn cassava or the like Into flour It Is hoped that the flour manufacturing unit will lx* ready in lime 'or the next torn crop, whlcfr Is expected :o be around 800,000 lbs The new plant ill also supply storage and rirving facilities which wlfl render surplus produce less liable to attacks by Insects and moulds. Ii'42 the tropl .Ml luiined. too No\< An.in "i> an r.k.ng aO kt it I|;.OTI. Nastl y*a' %  %  -* lave rack id the (Jnien Mary's and 8 8 h Turpfn's l.w Till C.LOVFS wine' : : nn in tha bin nnhi apD a New York TV (noil's News U> Me." The H.O.AC flew them over and will psssh to-rnoiiow. New York is discussing an official feleotne for Sugar Ray Robli 'i with a tld %  hower down Rroadwaj. (.1 M RAL MOTORS plan to make 38 pee cent fewer ears in I months thin th.-/ ma lima I*.--I %.'..r The steel Bared will go for lefence Vat thev will still he making S1' I I32 cars during thos<> Wodd daitf The la\f fling I"" Lrm WHEEL*, dice f'~ 1. u/alwyn's decision of t\ In 14 days or 14 days Imprlsonmenl when he found him tmilty of eml>e//lement Walrdt used to work with Cecil Awards delivering milk f<-i him fraudulently embezzled received fr.tm W Thotiiaa who took milk from Edi Harbour Log In C*rliile Bay km i-.< N'-II-TI •••(• M V AnU't. II A h %  Hill. Lad? •..I %  into tatrnns and all could sink %  havement b* winch :mil %  whenever :h-.< threatened to rod a f -house at Cheboygan. n. Rut one night police the donini.m .md got m he could thiow the lavai •a* the place to vanish. la ass AaaivAL .. %  al DtM*r*BTi a iM. I.HI I" lor Trlr.ld-1 ,nr Freedom rtSSfly. tons net ,i,( DaBoeha. f Oreaeda I %  r.l ? rre-l 1S8 IWI hat. Cap* War o DT Munliral -• V I'aiibl-*. ISO l.rt> n" Capl I can enjoy smoking nowl |H, oifh bMh<'*4 mt fv re*l -"Hi fttafiy I i-ol fouad lo fiea up Wio*in| Suf iha tar" d.dK'1 t >"• ">'"' "SJ %  KWkai. rhe"llaO'dotl7 U tMtoi.|i sskextfa ii •••"*•*."§'M %  •"•*'" ta-fh d-dn'f feii m • %  • '"J '' iz* &•!•. Ho* J injarN re ffU P>p*l Warming, tomforuni 7obei Couah Hiatwra aoothes the tiw throat, nops irrlunon and lo.iiorjtet the chsi. iti •acallani for couth* %  rltlng from told*, bronthial inflammatloe, (hroit dryndn and ovrimoklng. Zubai Cough W.oitr|cu i o" your i lifti — qwlcktf COUGH MIXTURE i nal. Capl More Kk3 In B.G. V< ans LiM Caillf CLUB PREMIERE TENNIS Yesterday's Results MKN-8 8INCLES A. W. Symmonds 'teat LeRHlackett —0, 6 0. F. Edward* beat J Robtnaon 0—1. 8—. LADIES* siNfil.t.i Miaa s. Orsflth bash Misi G Crimes *-l. 6—2. Moml.i\ rixttVe* MKN'S DO I'RLE S C. B. Torde and W D" \-s J. E. H %  B BlackOMI nut a MIXED DOl BI,X Miss E. Parru and F. Edwards urea f e pror.' of arm In IV and In ol bee %  pared Of tb WDpl l MM D eontii. past t towi .F/JRCET(iW.V July 24 expansion being carried • na* had an unfavourable >n rattle production Flg' the past three years show eaahra drop in the number all tlj-ughlerfd .. %  400. in 1049 It was 17.745; ItSO—ir,.043 The amount consum' d in Georget'>wn I was 2 140.000 lbs. eom-Hh 2 300.000 lb in liMB • ovantltles tin* Itupununi I 520,000 lbs in 1950. and lbs. in 1949 Pi %  s lo drop and d > months there ban baaa maallos dayin Q eorsjS' In Touch with Barbados Coaat Station C.bia and Wlr*le>* iWaal Indian LU *lww lhat thcr tan r.w eommunirnw viUi Ihr lullewlng tftlpa Ihraugh man Itatladoa Cnm* Walton •* 1 namwlh Mill S 1 MiaiiMmefl |'if!r S a Theodoam. S B CllctH S frlllo. S B KaUMla. S S Dl-igled-l'. S S i -. Tra)anut. %  S %  t n 'I .ifpnQf. B S Samana, a %  Araanlin". S < % %  itmcliafjotd. 8 S fcsnlen Plo'iaei H tSraaU, • S AK n H toiiannlt F Cio^Undila • aketaai. OS Potoeaa. M Skaa %  .,i,ii a J'-t-n tn-i.d-i. as (-<,.* TiaU. S F*. Il.ill.i.l.n •> I V-llyrien Mink fl S Nyholt, B.a I a Aiicap S.B. atanvK ITetoria. S S Ceoaiht. S S Mrrto. a S .,i.i... niideman. a S Artraa. B H Alna F.nM. rr. S B Jonn Chandrit H S S SlaM 1 %  Alraa ,Pllri'. • PWUcra*. a %  n a Cabia. a a Kinaviid*-. p H ivmaaa. HS Hamralw. S a • %  i H Pioditn %  Thrrma. • 'A i..". a a hrafcrae... s a Jana M..va S B Bonllo. a S HuMtw. S H S S Maco>. 1 •* M'ml-alt !• 1 Iwl *.-!. B l.'i-laBMOM • <* Adnallra >IM> S S BnUm l-roaaerter. B B Clan Farfc Si Bvaralt. B S Ubravin*, a 3 Alpha. S Kalcrert CRAWFORD'S CREAM CRACKERS a CRISP & CREAMY Thvy'rf Simply #Se/#V/o* N.B. Hhlialil I .mn enjoy Crawloid's Cream Cra. kcri williout fear ol any ill elfetta. ASH run: CRAWFORD'S C R EA M C R A C A E R S



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TAOF. KH'rl BARBADOS \HVOCAT,: SATIRDAY, Jll.Y -S. IftSI BARBADOS AtVOGttE i 1—-—...—— f __—, Saturday, Jul) Hi IISI TEMPLE YAIIII THE need for a public market Clly has been I slon for some lime and tbfi B Michael decided tl : mend t" the VeMry "thai Yard be taken over as a public highway, tad Into ;< ken; and thai %  cocnav be acquired to provide space (or The Director <>f Medical Servie Hlgl Colonial Kniiineor and the CCfJUl I Invited to take part in the discussion ol III Mct'l. \'s mOtiOB. They thai if tins tcmpoiaiA arrai tary condition! cause,! by th> hawkers in U I fa and alleys %  >( the City it was wmth while. it will ! %  remembered thai the Ommiisiuners alter loi aetl Btin avcrtJ spots in the City decided thai the area Tudor Street. Suttic Street, and Watklna Alley would be ., I for .L market. They recommended that the land and buildings should be acquired (or this purpose, Owing to the le^al dillieulty in the titles o( some of the properties, the Comniim Interim report recommended that the (.overnment should acquire such of the properties as were available. The scheme wai estimated to eoai a sum In the vicinity of i: 40,000. It had not been found possible fur the ;menl to embark on Ihe ICheflM owing to the amcunt of capital expenditure involved and in the meantime, Mr. Mottley has suggested the temporal > ihcmc for the conversion of Temple Yard into a vegetable and fruit market The new proposal has the merit a market in the Immediate city area and putting it m a spot where there is a driveway all round, where there is a 'bus terminus for country lines, wh-ie there is a perking area and where the vegetable market will be adjacent to the meat and tish markets It is now left to the Vestry to recommend to the Central Covemment the adoption of this scheme, the cost of which has been estimated roughly between two and three thousand pounds. The Commit nonet nude it clear that this was not to be an alternative scheme tc the one for the establishment of a market in Tudor Street. It was merely an attempt to remove the unsightly and insanitary conditions now existing in Tudor Street, Milkmarket, Busby and Luke's Alley. conditions have been the cause of much public criticism against the Sanitary Authority and the Government. The Police have deM.sted tnun drivini: these hawkers from their improvised markets on the streets because of the ab%  encal ol proper market space This point was not overlooked by the Com mission or s who made it clear that if and when tne temporary market is estal lished in Teoiple Yard it will be necessary to compel iikwkeis to use it. The t-ublic too will be asked to co-operate. It will then mean that the Insanitary conditions In the alleys will be removed and the fourteen side streets between Broad Street and the Wharf and Broad Street and Swan Street would be available for parking and %  ifflc. Socialisation lias I ailed MBODY'S DIARY A-^1 M uhiiB In i iih.i THE establishment of apodal mental agencies for the nnaneing i mir developme beini firmly written into the economics ol under-developed areas. Under the Law for the Agricultural and Industrial Development of Cuba of I 20, 1950. Cuba has rcentU established a Hank of Agricultural and Industrial Development ol Cuba. This hank has an Initial capital of 15 milbon pesos and a developmcnl fund of 10 million peaoa, divided equally be> tween its Agricultural and Industrial Divisions, Both capital and development fund may be Increased by further government contri earned proiits The loans contemplated in the lav on loin;, medium, 01 short term. The tist major operation ol the new bank in the agricultural field is to he the financing of coffee production. To secure funds for Hans for this purpose, the bank will issue bonds which will be guaranteed by the security offered for the loa this manner the bank hopes to avoid using its capital l"! The i preacril ment ol rura oil arid These are t operatives "i ganiscd to extend cred ities to their members; to (aciltt production. transportation, diatril sumption of products; and to ci may aid agricultuial production. %  %  f £39flO0.0O0 %  %  MMPLl Til \ I SOX l M W v TION %  *• WHY? Bl \i -i: in i .i M> R "iio MIGHT MAKE II WllRK CANT IU FOUNll %  al ihcii %  I %  iliteracy rim nark, slor%  %  i ilayi." Ill UN \KI1 IIAKKIS %  ,%  -, a %  i i isjdaa I n Cardiff. Always Excuse* the < (Ml workers ore com. %  .i,' | i.nlway junctions, they :ay, i making anothrr coal rlsis morn probable. The Hallway Executive replies that the congestion 11 due to "t flOftoe* i't trained IIK.HIK niMKiES — AND POWBR (ilTHAT WTI.I <;o ON ma l KAKs Why has i i Citrine, with a %  leader, failed P other nati'in;, d Industries like coal and tren-pr make success if. p rtly because quail1 ni„: 'use developed.ini %  %  %  BJ %  MaM only %. mus could cope with Ihe jch. Such a man hadn't i A would L* IT.I'S' uiih 'I. thai he would jet lhjob. f.AS Soak i i %  r T CLOSED FOR (... nflde of £2.663 In H excuses and alw;>s ileti rioutiot: It Is not manly that in. Ti,i %  iMlab : MM %  of pa,8 M Where rd la* |ha larae %  i.d the o! 13 then will certainly %  %  'Any '" nd the taxpayer will l>e %  > < 1 %  %  COAL Deaset) Peeeer, Scarcer and London Tran.-port fare which will hit particularK ; %  %  w\ M travi I ci.il)> i" ., wur k. war. And it is poorer in Tfu minimum fare on London train* will be Bven %  .]. ., • ... (.ui ram will %  %  BOSl anoU %  I more. Ill tl • ,,.•! will UIB*, in tlM l more 1 Hi io befora |ba war; outside Lon% %  n il will he nearly doubled. p ;,. .... uui • ntabic mpori %  %  KI wiatar, %  i thai ... d to t u„. mUtM rt with a I %  I Man %  B %  %  In fact 1 i Th. in.-ii like theli m %  > %  w i ttic lhal they ira by ihe hunciretl. The New Man put tha rasponatblUiy for that on Lord Hyndlaj H %  i I %  head "( Patchinis' Would it I* battar policy to re. i. U mpt more passengers'' I>ord Murcomb. brus•N" He narei teta lull AMI WORSi: STILL HE MM 1 \RI.S THAT THE RAILV\ \^ -. II AVI SO LITTLE HONEY TO SI'IMi ON RENEWALS AND Ki:i'MRS THAT RE-EQUIPMENT IS VERY DIFFICULT. "IN THE MAIN Ministry of VS'I.TS AK HEIN with administration, and its adminlsllh in Nottingham Mlns ch ar s sd 13s. the East Midland it has told the i Ihe gas lamps. AIRWAYS t40,were socialise the taxpayer has bad to meet %  '• %  • ol mora than l4ri(HHi.i on the costs of the ivll Aviation are lege of owning the b IN i-n costing the taxpayagg gbout £2.IKK).OU .I month. What presents a profit being ]. It is the old story. Stale \'i niicnce ii.d admlnLitratlve overloading. C MILES Now TnrellabV When a no -i" .litical board ot experts took over the Cable and Wireless netw ik in 1947 it coni job. vi ii 1-n-.^ jiri>' rtly big enough ljnued to ^ „ 1M nablv wcU run though profitof £1.722.000 were Now Lord II. plaea will Sir Hu isrt How %  • %  frdnd it igoMo/tiMdafaotaof aodal, m ,m A_ „ %  „ ,, ,| you can*! always give fVtU %  ..Lun.mt jobs to the men best m lilted by experience for then 1 '"' The waiting |iieue is always a gUSSi long one, and too often men have tn lie selected for rcM^onj other ih.ni then eomrarMaea RAILWAYS Dearer, and Worse %  .,i DM Btala 1 %  "All the i i tinrotlwam haw* lm, |. u.ue IIL..* Vta> KLECTRICITY High I'riccs. I-es Juice i ity nude £4.391.01)0 proftt in its first vr t n iMitmn, lullowcd by £7.103.000 last Indeed llw Fedi I' %  i. %  ,that due to belter serPBr from it. The profits ,.( rharocti lh* railways do eama from higher charges. -u.r ii'riY (rosters oi U*M <" In In the ttnW -...is before prs*tl i"" ilffljys." IHlllSHlsastlflll thl price of alSC" Traders say they can never be irktt> gredualb nu, Within a ,, %  rhen Of When Uw .. weaka of Ihe instnllntion of declining pi.illts ,!l arrive. lord Citrine U elcrtncitv chief prices started going up, IN SOME AREAS CONSCMERS HAVE IMP THKEL PRICK INCREASES IN HIKE! VE.ARS or STATE OWNERSHIP HESPin: THAT. LORH CITRINE lOITECASTS STILL Then, last year, ihe Post Office became respoi inle for the administration. Anil the rot set m. One i.i'n wrote to Cable and Wireless:— "Your ra 1 .ntet has become comi'U-lvly i n re I la hie utd Is a neaacff lo any firm .nyaycd In Kivrsca* busixcss "The delays cuiiiplotiird of are hcyond anything which can be errun-d on the (/rounds o) t<'i"TrartJi/ hcoi*v irnflir . Thvy are du>Io a complele I'dffrV'cnre on Che port of i .r oryin i.ofion al U now irti'ls." Wilh MCOOd-rata service has gone the uniBI story of 8leadily %  odd thinu II TtucN %  %  i farm h) Sl i ,,i Sheffield ila %  u Ten t'Mis ol potm g n"d was N wonder that even Aneurin F.evnn i* i-discovering the \ n% %  enterprise and hM pUbUl i' | II '>'• State adi'iidstrotoTS can't do a lob, [hen ; ~.ralc ftrmj should be ta io If." -LE.S. Lou IJving Slainl.irils llolil Hark I i n|ii4*al IIKIIISII i s i ta i ereatj In : Induat to h. .III^: con oountr; vhlte soap stc the IOUI.'.MI P i ri :r!l-i!i"i than in colonies? Dr. civ rlotte %  %  %  lal Raw ROM reh Pelloai .i Glrton Collese, i irnbi Idge and ol H I It i hardly Maurillus sugar induslrjto turn parllcul mil .. Mii.r el lnwer pol.nl; than It used t.. do: the tine, tim-.l duly ol) bind* lined in Taosanylka, ihould it > 1 "' umple i Di npH 'lit, Ihfl 1' K iiresent pn Ihe bnpo ill n in the H.S.A tlH .i i.iii i> IL. tin.-. Import quota* on Induatrlei i white ausar trom the depanden* lali I ,„.. that *iol: Di Leubu %  %  %  iu" 'i In lap, Ihe output of n raw material Is Insufficient to feed a modern plant ol U hibitive Wlille her peanufai Ihown I-' l.eubuscher that iher •asons to explain u onlnanl inuaUon In cturtns counlrlea ol ocessing ram nvatariropns. ana notai .nieiu'i uf thai M1.IIiiu iea-itirtly *piesshe conunenU, a conclusive aniao-odd paae rahune a dttaued maybeuki aa p roof-of sraduaU) analyslj of the prc ep eeta ot ii"evolvl %  in the division 1 ihe avalL caaaJnl In five main catagortaa ol >\ <-i iiment.s. by Dr Leubuaohet Few ci th HVOOBtCa <'f such a COUI ri.e latter *ili teal my9t atop to enquire why ao few oi the %  nth %  re an far bear. up ..'111 1 tabllahed In lha colonloa Th wineh mi. 1 pel intral baos^rround had to be faced m m! klni .,,,,,. r to toiduiuiei In Uie home country. ti al cUi IUC condil st have a deep effect Hie lot .ion of prow trie In view %  averaton from bellel the siipe'ionty of largn-acali pradUCtlon In all circumstance-, and a tendency towards deeentrallaaUon In Ul luslrlal organisati %  Lna manufactur| (H mi r;i i the prospect of local marketj, in tterlal In tropical ,, %  -1.1 local market t could often utterbram from poaltivewnion, u not Darnna manuracturjeehnical ~pru reaa to "aid "tropica ly counteracUna rucb % %  develo) In] h ether, tended to ,„,i lls i r ,,. s ., t i K hter than in th> production c.-ts. econo,„,,, Sh( M a po>ihilitics m the bad it easier Ihough no* necanmlc and technical baclcwanSnaa Rjiidini ui ..,i teaulttna In lac* of trained ai OfeXChanSe lehahle lalx.m made-iini-.e lranmintries. 1 1 %  and in • and I nlsUM only of ihi lock Dr. Leui turla. the temp i %  evi. a I :1 mft* lv I 1 "* '' %  "V 1 ** 1 %  •'"' %  %  %  %  ", %  n| Industrie blame< ffi rent barkwardne* had been at hving m oI irane ,., worklni out u r ucte aag whkh anaeon %  milpaj %  hla cane sugar to be refined In productt K CO nUnuoui p r ocaai ba uraw brea nd the litue promoting wi ttenl to making aav iiiBostrlea, she aays. rUcularly aeaipted to convarttna she ihmk> that -" IneavMual In the tropics are caaaa m larritory wll often be too small Inl devetopmenl of an ti .mi doubt various economli an i bschnlcal emcient ln< rtry. "The market . %  i irhlch explain the %  !• CupplipfJ would therefore kon piedftntinant locution egional. eomprlstaf 1 i aa, and a pre„.. ,! lala. would be the '•rnoval of obstacles adli x me ti countiiea f'.r the of trade hei aen the lei region, such an g, Mich as the of the %  lack of trans| taai tool her rai ,• root rau.e for the roceaalng for luch lUaaadi or limber." economic, +. and a low standard m lanv tropical eounPaVfOAf — M / in Africa." OverI h e fundamenlal ha the itrles would on Ihe appeei lha moat lo devehipment of • • i l asMl Have lha ear agents heard the latest | iegiil.itii.ns'.' I am afraid that it will affect j then po ch et a No one who has lo do business ri Hi lilasjluwn will tnid it profitable to purchase %  car if these new regulations remain in force, i This morning my car was blocked in by another car in the car park opposite the Il MI. A Building 1 immediately looked for the friendly "Peggy" to extricate my car, but he had been removed to pastures new. Two DSWhj appointed car attendants informed me that 1 would have to stay put. It was none of iheir business lo move cars. In fact they had been given slrici instructions that they were not to touch a ear. I suggested to them that if they had indeed been given such an order there must have leen a preceding order: not to allow any car to park in front of another car. They emphatically denied that they had been told that cars should be parked in such a manner that drivers would have access to leave when they wished. I can hardly believe that anyone with the slightest acquaintance with this particular car park could have given the car park attendants the instructions which they said they received. Three lines of cars, one behind the other and all facing in the same direction, are parked at this car park. After an extensive argument the attendants were good enough to let me out, otherwise I would be still there. Instead of issuing such regulations, the authority in charge would be belter employed in publishing a notice telling all drivers that they must nol lock the doors of cars on car parks or alternatively if they have valuables in the car and lock the doors for safety they must leave the keys with the car park attendants. Many n time the best efforts of car park attendants arc defeated because selfish motorists lock their car doors and wander away on their own busineeas. • • • '.. EUNESUAY — Is there a shortage of paper for printing sweepstake tickets, or has the Turf Club decided that the sweepstake has reached saturation point? I ask these questions because, to-day, no less than four sweepstake ticket vendors asked me to buy a ticket from them and on each occasion not only was it the last ticket in the book but the very last that the vendor had. Each one told mc that I must not miss the opportunity, his last ticket was a certainty for the first prize, the combination of 9s., 6s. and 3s. was just right. As I am a kind hearted man I decided not to deprive the poor men of certain winners so I told them to guard the ticket with their lives seeing thai so little respect Is shown for property today that even the Government is being robbed. I lead of thanking me for my forbearance and good advice these men gave me such an icy stare that I had to have a pick-me-up to defrost my blood. • • • IIUIlSliAY I am heartily sick of the tale 1 heard thin morning. There was little variation in the conversation between three men. Each one was nying to impress on the others his love of hard work. The first speaker worked all day in the office, he worked all afternoon in the g.irdcn, he put the baby to bed and then i u he did carpentry for half Ihe night. There'*! nothing like work said the others it keeps the doctor away. There might be some truth in that, who knows? certainly the doctors don't recommend it, but why should they? I hear these tales so often that I am almost beginning to believe that there may be some people who really reUnfc work. After all. Ilfty thousand Barbadians can't be all liars? For myself I prefer an easy job—no heart strain, no eye strain and the minimum of brain .strain are the doctor's recipe for longevity. Today I saw what appeared, at first blush, to >>c the ideal job. I almost decided to be a farrier. Therehe was in the shade of a spreading sandbox tree — not a chestnut tree—carrying on a cheerful conversation with a groom. Mis patient, the horse, as docile as an overgrown turtle, was having his hoofs manicured while listening to the conversation. All was peace when suddenly a bee stung the horse and he lashed out with his hind legs narrowly missing the farrier who was indolently transferring his attention from the port to the starle Of the horse. I had seen enough. 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-\il RDAY, Jll\ at, 1HI Tribesman SaiJs From SpeighlstoHii 'TWO Wl EK8 i activity I' Ird nn Tribeam HI .iiod from that port I' K. bourj. During the twu wraaka. Speightsb 7 90u tons shlppej : :ps was the Canmlii.ii CanrMktcr hich lode. %  !.'.r,i dMcnes. %  '! iih Md Tivwes' Koing to bring the frtheinien and i I'l caused .n the l>'>rl. arts, whuh .luring :hr v.K'ks were Lideri with sugar lime and again and rushec through the the Jetties TH1 MM of m-king T ll their p irking spot table market .s not popular with Mess>v i{ ft C i quite a number of hawkers of City of Husby %  their reasonI ; KM at 1 Tiolhe* ware no! running the %  :is frequently. Sugar wrkm Ol Speighlstown, i,i hc in an no tdli • %  daj while % %  :' • .. %  lag phraseJof another sug.ir ship at tl .( men) with Ihdi MOWA -luppinn clerk %  lid thai he dUl "Diva us .i piopei i; .knotj when gnothai ship was! we wilt i %  |ng to cay al Speiciitslown. bu; Id i al think the Tribesman ould have been tin l.ist lo call where near Drumoi StfO %  %  Alia) I.I. n ii .. In Bu > Alley for 27 I .-. moved from there to be carried to "raw Tempi,Y 'F!m^ do they expt I stomach the rawneei GOBkuu from the Us!' markot?" she asked. "An:l then there wlU 1 day wir ; i the puncheons." I the paper a %  thai n WH I covering lha spot, "II would be useless laovlng us from Busb" Alley to i spol in Tempi. V 1 when the iatn f.iils WO t.m Bnd %  i n Busby Alley—and we Wi lid iexposed to much more sun". Mildred Jordan. ..outlier hawk of long standing i said that thi %  kct is a good one but the site w.v BQggn. "Why don't tha on the seaside", she said. "I will be Hilling -it anytime to now* n ) %  Busby Allay lo but not in Taa i v R AIN FULL ever* daj weak; up tii TbunKbq %  THE GOVERNOR, Sir Alfred Ssvitgr. declare* \ht Br*t 'chool for UV ll id oprn t the Hnrd M'tnril School. JaniM gtrcot, yesterdayH.E. Opens School For Blind At Hurd Memorial School St Peter, the greatest fall being 'xi when an bit %  was recorded at District 'F.' Poiue Station. The rainfall returns at that police station were 1 inch. 78 parts Up to Thursday evening. Fort..!l\c parts were recorded for Thursday. Planters of the parish said tha' the showers jyg/% Urneh and come'Triey had just got through the crop and were waiting for showers to plant food. The early part of tin* m eith HTM dry and in some pirtof the parfalh i iToons had begun to look withered. The showers of rain have given those iieids a "greener h>Mk." S PFIGltTSTONIANS have been getting little fish 'luring this month. Fishing boats have been Busby Alley goinj; to the banks but reiurnuiK of m.kni. l.wtth small catches of flying rum and bigger fish. Fi'hcrmcn are hauling up their fishiim boat* on the beiches. but they still go out daily in *moscs' %  if their fish nots and they bring back large catches %  ami d '.vs. Some fishermen are U net fee catching fry. | and other small llsh. Fry are becoming plentiful. THE FIRST SCHOOL for blind people In !' < pened yi-;erday al the Hurd Mem. rial Scl 10I Ii I UK S':.' by the Qovernor Sir Alfred Sgva i TMs hag been done mainly through tht < Betty Aim-. S--.ivl.ny ol the AlSOCiatlOfl In aul of the Blind. the hiai" and the Dumb, Sir Allan Collymore, President of the AaaoctBtiOfl wi lo med tin 1 <: ivernojr and Lady Savage after which Mn H. A. Vaugtun, Acting H": rarj &KTtttx; -< ahoii history of the Association. more con be sent at pre^< School has reached |he iimd of its capacity The School however i^ eitpectlni a nt .in.l larger bulldlni ii tinnew futun win continue its pnllcj tn| other nandfcai ped children from the nalghbourini I training there. Teaching (he Deaf is a LoOsJ BBM arduous task, and Miss Yuille tho r II n *i.. s %  %  in Trinidad has worked wonders with our :s who have all improved since their stay there T in IIK;II\VAV OOHMISSIOMRS of SI J.i still widening and levrlluir. their road lony Highway i. Most of their activities yesterday were concetrtra1e<| on the %  i,P Lane Ba:l Site Mildred raid thai -ih travelled among II Wl Islands and in ever; i one .if tl that *he saw as sh> e the others to agree i'ii her win*he said "i wouki ni>t mind if tran put up a maiket at Tud i ii arould be a good area for trade." A hawker joined In "Do you thing that a clerk of any of thew More* that wants something would go all the wav dOWrl I Yard for it It would be much Be fur her lo Just come into the BUOy and g*t whul IB* wants." Ntoej I" Urave, who sells at the . cornet ol atentn ' F. Harriaon I there to paga, Mini ihai rite baa bean • V/flSS KLA1NF. JORDAN. I.ihr.'ihas never known Barbados to -Lvl nan of the Siipightstown proper vegetab:,market ; Free Library, is on a week's leave. She said that she has always; Mr. Lambert Archer is now in associate i I Yard with lishi charge of the library. aral pigs and not a place fur a' kmarket. She knew of about 300 other hawkers whj would be ill %  %  proper market where they would be well protected Iron the ram and sun. These hawkers would, however. "pri ft i io aet wet by rain nnd then dried out by the sun at their opotg In the alley* than to be well covered at Temple Y gettliv: fP* sulcs when the day* i-t".. Nicey felt that .with the number of people that might be going down lo Temple Yard, the murket would be always ionirestt-.t and uncooifortal i> A man who was selling fruit in a pu ii eaniwa because be ...uld >" I An %  'II Qoverri the Rt. Km Bl hop *. I. c; Mandevtlle bleeaed 'he buUdlns. followed by tiReport 11 eaaum Mi v I by Mr. C. A. L. r.aie. Vice Prealthe Association. sn All..ii Collymore raid: "It iUegja :<< welcome Sir Allred and Lady S..vage here to-day. My t'ommitte.grateful to you for yoUl and to the Governor for having •'. <>|>en this 1 email beginnmi;s, U m hoped to expand, enlarge and to give greater service to %  rvlngj s.',.i,or. 11 munity The aim of the centre Is to in-ill irrater self rontirienrr In the pupil>o preetie them with oeiupatinnal inti-ro-1na Indeed to endeavour to niakr their live* happier jnd more ulrisaiit. Thiinks I Tbe %  aabll hmeni eatn 11 largely due t" tin* inlu %  < %  who is ;iv.';r. mi leave, and urif" cannot be present to-day, Bl* ha been ably assisi.il by Mrs Vaughan who now .i our c Training for Uw Blind—In 1B18 o BUruJ Barbadian, Qei was sent by the Aaroctatlon lo Trinidad for braining. Our thanks go to the Trinidad & Tobago Blind welfare Aaaoctatlon who were reapo n alble (or Ur. Scott's 1 Oeorge Scott, aged 38 n Eckstein's Village, St. Midi-i-l. 10 In (us early years hiBaal ted %  teaching al si s-. Bog School, ijter he worked at ovid'i %  i Shop In IM3 he totn.l tlie INS on the Mam Hem* 9 his sight. On Inn return [<> (Torts he taught if (llltll 11' ......'..... -. .-... % ... O-O I % %  %  IS 111l.lll"i I I. ( roacl !" yerea by San.lv ,„UMand has mii.ie nil tho „.;„! bralllt in Ih. I I ipaci P tree I me half of the coad biockmi by coin* drama, In pft fine Hones und the roud workers' tools, while a rock oruahei waa levelling the other half. '.'eiiules could not move along tti t reed freely. At sometimes. .• vehle'e had to stop before entering the strip of road under repairs How another already GET COMMENDATION CERTIFICATES THE Commissioner of Police Colonel R. T. Michelm presented Harbour Police Constables Gill nd Philips Of the Bridge Post. Bay Street, with commerii(a'..u:i %  ertificatcs on Thursday morning. ale at Central Station. The) received these certificate"; for detective work and zeal winch wed when they successlull, investigated :i srase of larceny of a bicvele from the t'.mpirc Theatre Two hundred and five officer' IBd men attended the parade. inaarnente for thie simple cere(about three weaaa, and laiai on m ny__ .. .... /also taught himself lo writ) Not The efrorts of these , B | Uhe ; n |, owi ^ b |„ ll|nr would have piwved in vain, had d [ U milicai he heloe.l not been to -he read a. JSSut^nwa. bTnai. tion and kind. , c' „ y ,'. and Pro,>ertv Board ol the JamM PWllnf, Scott spent the I .,i Well ire i Ml %  Uarriaon. H;.pp> My Wife ipp) u> give out .ipport I.. | .t %  -ik. more %  %  %  tend of our> who toe) war. much, v..! Boergj that he and many Fined 81 1.10 For W ouiuliiii! %  default I" .m I I! 1 W.i. befanll "i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I laud 1 %  I oi %  Grant adi %  I I %  ail (ii u that peoi in ; I H, man who wai Ol.iu.ii : \ir. E. \. Maynard %  %  %  Mi Mayn ird who will %  l.nlml". \il\n..itf%  tars 1 to tint* %  : %  %  111 191ft DRINK & ENJOY i COOLING ft REFRESBING /i 24''-IN •'-*''*'.'.'^,',-**,',o',',',',-,',',',' •,',''-'.'•.'. % -. %'.'. Ilfililrliim Xfl.-r f 331/3% Stwft # / §t in f§ e Bum %  %  %  it were that fR %  tn learn that ilmUarly, Mi . erg) nd %  I ive. hu put hi %  .'. poaluon In U In relation to big fellow men and women who ere i Iralli rlj handl' •hcitnt ihorti onple wUJ w to an otl i %  that will enable them with IIU 1 "abland The i up o1 I I icee In the life t.l bit! Hi wai %  %  %  tnd ifti i .... efuni t Auri.aHur.t Beperl > ei l'h. i idVO Ml i %  hi M nt ihorth %  THERMOS PICNIC SETS tnunlt) %  '.\ Vaughan rah rred to the >r us all to I < May i %  A-ords 'cross the l be uoed m more than %  That we help by our %  I we help where by buying the articles mar|e. but WO '."I help taking a real Ii %  I whenIT ...,nave in opportunity, wt opportunity tn i born and ond out how thej are imirresssing In their new life I have great pie m in oeclar•:l I. a '. P I M RAINS HOLD UP FOOD (MOP PLANTING SI'MK M WAGERS ol plantation! In country districts. told the Advocate veeiterday that they are now planting r. canes are coming on very well i .oiis, however, have held up ploughing in some i coming on very well indeed Mr. J. N tviikle of Cottage Plantation, Bl George, said thai they had lard 11 acrei They had also planted 4 acres of corn. "We should have %  %  on account of the late > • the crop and iin recent rainfall. | was held up. These have the sant. adioining plantations and also on %  • of whose %  • Good Outlook Mr. Wilki. .i Lag well When asked about the prospect of next :' the rum* continue ntudactorlly, I fee! sure will be as %  Mr. c; A O rl la Of Sturgess and Bloomsbm Thomas, said thai to plant yam*, notatoes and other %  fortunately got through with their ploughing befof The contrary was the case -* Bloomsbury. The rat< %  . %  itl.er I think that the weather in the months %  September will have .i derided enect on next said Street Methodist ChUJ h W. deeply grateful to them for h, granted us the uf CM %  • i There %  e reveral whom debts of gratitude are due. but I shall not length. I would however mention thl XI %  Trt uurei gtw service and his only regret i-^ shored bv all meml.' | Committee i. that he has not sufficient funds to handle. That '—inn the i be made to secure more Uona and doaetloni to our fund. We have with us *his momlng apart from the Comnuttee. Mi-.Pickering. She has shown tremendous interest in Uv from the time of its ine<-( %  attend 1 almost daily to assist in work. I think that is all i i r, in a abo in gratitude lo you. Su IIIK en • taking an Inter* work. I shall ask you to formally "! %  open Mrs. Vaughan in givll bJatol v of tl Voliinlarv '"The proposal to form the Ilarbados Association in aid of the Blind, the Deal .mo the Oumb 'cepti'd at a public aftir the need for siu.'i an USOcuitlOn was shown by the Rev, F W, O. 'oily. M A during hi ay In the latte part of 1844 I appointed. Association ii aid of the PUnd. Qea| and Dumb is J voluntary Aaaoclation buawei In cl ration witn government. Constitutionally the Committee is attll In a to .:h the S-. ,,il VV.-'f., Officer ai Hon s. retary, The Fsociatlon has a Committee of 12, '•mberf' — Sir Mian Collymore Pi Ml Louis: Gale— Vlcr-I Mr John Heckles. Dr. J. P O'Mohony, Mr. Kenneth Tucker. H <; Cumn bu nr c. H SI John. Mr*. Hen \*-. re, M C G need. Mis* B %  Hon. if i %  oiling a rej the Blind, Deaf nnd Dumb In I I. ] "his effoi' religion, doctora and other publiciitided citizens helped. In 1946 ital of 502 % %  . Training Itesl and Ihimb--The Association agreed that it would conceit%  training of the juvenile Deaf. 6ve doldren tending the School for the Deaf ind Dumb in Trinidad. This was [i l* i pleamraii lihai.kim: thank.-. ll. d) I 'tori iv cntre in Trinidad ih -i.is now returne I small ii.. for bUrn Illlt JH'I,.,. Hurd Memorial Bchool J n Street Tne centre opeo l with <> dents but since work hI n) have had applicatmi other blind pereoni It I n the lirst instance t.. ', blind how torc-. !" -.it efe Un ll li in i ane i bain an %  'I -...:,• teach braille to thoat who apable. AII the itudesd *ith while walking eticka, tOOhal -. they can perambulate Indep i ently of human guide i %  "" ''' ero kuand %  sees carrying walking stick, balplni them i cioss tinroad hoard bu* Pleased the vote i; i. Gale raid i am %  %  and brtet duty ad Yi in Cxcelk s v go %  •; comii I %  r.., i %  i \ ... latton I bellevi that with the cooperatlon of the communllv. I ;this centre Will help t f |to the blind and i)i el time, add a numbei ol useful eltl< l NELSON LEAVES ON SUNDAY %  La f.i i HU Nessaa ., load ol %  i t ti Bunday nllhl .. the British Northmudu FRUIT COMES Finance The Association H i vol tary Bociet) whan ad by gow %  '. bul u Committee must also depend i the goodwUl or the publh si %  fully received and aekno \ %  i her rrom Bl L i the motor veaeel liaerM*od. PhC llaerwoog brOU about mi p.n kage i < tn h ft uli UaO lUerwood 1.1 of rnal I7i tnd a quanta %  itINSIST I at ON hi %  I'lmighing; Ml • Clarke of the Itock Plantation. St Peter said that many of the JKI (cultural labourers are now gaged in ploughing the Held and setting manure to the young canes. Good progress is being made In regards to this work on the plantation so that a good crop can he had. such as the last H N all the labourers are working on ,:.aie. and perhaps working on the and then storing it About three and a half acres of the Held arc taken up with the growing of yarns. The receht heavy rainfall has impeded the progress of work on the plantation as the majority of workers stay at home on I very rainy day. The rain has also held up the ploughing of the field and there Is still much work to be done In regards to this branch of work. No complaints have been coming from the labourers and no fights m the fields have occurrtd lately Another planter of Christ Church said that they are also preparing for the next crop. The )afree ,| to as it was found much Held at present is undergoing a itoo expensive for Uie society with overhaul" and labourers limited funds to launch out into 'major era working well clearing away ccen trash. There is sUH some ploughing to I Hall's Plantali Hi the vnung ratoons arc *hev were springing up well. If the weather now manuring the land and plantpermits, a good crop like the last ing food crops. The raioon canes is expected. fiited %  chool of its own when existed in .. island. The Assoclatim Dumb in Trinidad has kindly consented to accept our deaf children. Unfortunately no I'I mvi mow* THEY ARE THE BEST I H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents -but „ =nl V^ m %% Mm ; yloi Within %  trui h ii"i ease and iftet i hureday HU funeral took ptaci • %  Hi leavi repeal ih; be ex• i dad BASKETS VALISES ATTACHMENT CASES ZIPP CASES < ii i.'in.i! 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SATURDAY, ll I V %  ,. -ajl KAK1IAIMIS MlVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. ,,,,MM V%LKS *• TILCFMONi ISO* Tfca charge loi > r-4,fmruii Birtb*. MarriaBea. !..MUMnU. and In - DII w.e.-J... Ml N lac any numtor of >mw up to u 1 CWU per Word on 4 tMU per word on S. additional word rr Birth*. Martian a* BnCaaani WiixpbncanwnU i Cenb Cal.in* char,HUM for -i.. number l wo W < M and • rente per *ajSSsBaSatl --a lftmi caeh Pfcoaae UN *ef*een 130 .nd 4 p re. ML i...,,. Malic** aj| aft.' | DIED lltVWUKll itJ1 A %  A atM Ti . the abm, atfdreae for 81 C-. % %  | %  %  %  THANK-. I..*-,-.-' -,-:„. ron in M%  %  BEAL ESTATE BOUSES LAND AT ST kH i iMMfcM -,. %  CI.IPTON TWKf \ Uppri Bay iid Aqi.atlc E ...liable ilara n-ui> -lapho*. B ,j7 or *,„ -HOIJ^MnflK at-ndine, n •nd Bath i w I 'I -if n IB.. 1 I ihi and "' %  tailed Ciaieee %  | I. 1ST. ..I'.. ... I • ,.. -re* wry room at B#l Airy F tr rolled %  ind II-III. Iuw ., tm pallnei. n ba*" 1 i I iaajf m Du.1 ami:lONDixm-KV i-ol ••..-,,.. %  • of land .1 u-e ''%  %  i li.. lion apply on ,.., part.cuUr,^ppi, H IT. lli\s.,v Ml lni-*-. further A BAN I' On tlie fie*. St Lr*n* iVaTda DkaJ BJS7 tdr, m IX MEMORIAM t'l ARM: w. HM .:T .-,„,,.,-, %  '. *lr-eere appreciation In all th<>* friend* who attended. K ,.t I Oil SAI > AUTOMOTIVE %  %  pc>eeelon i "* and id wilh **.epi auaaj Apply lo '•"'in'lanf Dial M4J. T 91-3., %  •I'lH.M Ml 114 IS I %  r A.VXH.M >:Mi:vrs HCit.ifiAY RRAOBTS rr.,„da 1 ,lr ol Splrea. SANTA HA III raiibbe,.-. jr.-,*,.. Iraan 17 00 per head] par day GRAND MoTEI.in beat mldehUal dutrlct u> I. *SM par HMd pay day. id Aner IUthii.( MAStDR INN-Oi Be-eh II dav Cnqjinaa to li M s On iada. 51 Ian a.osr A FOi \i> LOST MKE TICKFT" S.., %  ler pleaac ralurn %  -frl-. Ki'K Ahl>Allev. Street "| WAMjrr gases iwaan Ho. %  hi Herbert %  VI 7 SI In GOVERNMENT \0TNES APPOINTMI M or DENTAL SOmOEON, GENERAL linsi-lTAL %  Uoni IN invited fut the part timv non pamloiialTic apM'Uilnu-nt of Driital SUIRCUII ticiu-,.,1 rlotpltal, will, %  >m WMUll -n 111 ScpU-niln-i ISSt. TI..* niiliiij alUtcltcU to Uic I'l'tMiintmcnt % %  $uBO per nnnum The duti.s of this officer will consist of the trentment of inpatients referred ty I, | limited number of dtntal extret'ons for out-pal Au.iriKvniciii.s may be made With thlf OffiCaW ff.r OaldltiotUl %  u for out-paltaou .it ;, flx>?d rate of payiTatnt. Full particulars nf the appointment mav be obtained from the Medical SupermteiHli'nt. ?,, whom applications %  bOUld :, rOTWOTdaMl by 31nt Julv. 1951. OH .51.—3n. 1MVIHSITV COLLEGI HOSPITAL OETBE Ulsr INDIES, : \i \it v it w.i. itod froas Consultant Specialists f"r honorary posts at iKirt-time specialists ,,t t.V I'niveisity College Hottpltail, [n tin' depart) Ophthalmology, Ear. Nose and Throat Surgery ind D for one In thr ilrst insian.'-. Tiie Specialists app" : by speci..: with the i College f,f iiic West IndaW, (-• raqi 11 %  i innjx clalt ; 'ion for %  ible %  • the UniC0llfH of the \V Further Lni on may be .btained fn>m be University Colleee of the %  %  Mai.ager and Sot I Applications ihOUld l>e sent to the Hospital Manager 11 lory, Um. i Hospital, Mona. J. n before the 30th of September. 1951. 21.7.51—2n. ill C-r 1* •>. in ondition. For paTriioiUr* t I r.v.!,n. Audit I>,panrnaiil ^^^^ asT.si— CHw Vauxhali IB done oi If*. Ilka %  . Photi, laui S 4af Cyril Stout,-. MT SI—I i ......a.,,,, M afa-da-,1. SELF An BU.p.r'anrrd V' %  r Manor li .. %  M Mead Ua on ol c( ;, i "HI to Mow Light Through Chemistr) I'M.I -IMV Reds Take Time Off %  UaM ,-•..' .-nn, ftmn -• for %  lUt Mill %  .otMal lad arl ^ld Ihr 3,-r, ,.,i CerHfj %  alnad a* a oaM ..mtdwillind to ll,i G PO %  %  3* T 51 3r> .... '" %  • %  Appt, m >aur on %  ndwrntnc in ti„ f : ., m.UMCe 1 HAll.illl PRirt-FIUIS A fii 1 TI) %  %  %  IVIH -IM ,, s ,,,s %  I be ., Clenaral Meelni| ,4 Mnndd) 30th J11I at 5 p m tl win : UfJ I SI CABS llillman Aaloon* 1MB, i(M7 at W. Slrufr Sporta Modal. Wolaalcy '.-5 %  nd Monit '• Saloon. Telrpho. IIS Cole \ Co Ltd. 11 7 tl 71 CARS Renault —,W i 're* and condition e; 7.000 nil, It ..% %  .-. ISM 1 employ •( : 11 |B •l-.wera tk %  .1 '. < M.,i. 11. 11..„ ih priCM UMO 00. IJUOOOO reaper. ilvlned ol lurtli. prkion future ahlpntrni* CMkai Caraie 1 IBWi Ud-. PlltfaM fitiert M 7 SIIn -> Varuruard Pick. PCaah pfffM .*. VI Ne.t %  hipmr.H will bB MOW 00. inters..' >Ppo,t unity *• %  1 OM tB* i""1 LH BXECTBIC \L FLECTRlC MOI'M HI* to 7', HP MO Volt* X ( ralM, 3 Phaw Dial 3a1 UaCoaU A % %  11.1 BMc tr l e al %  %  i-1 u T l| ;> BUSCT uc rtrrmofi .'in*-1 a* 1 ii(iit E-ertro4wra. Scenl-lndirert Mo* Llshl Brirkd*. Table Lunpt 1 1 a M h dj ."Strfi ^ Hu and without hot al. Da Co*U a Co. Ud. Electrical Oeparl 14 t 51 —Cn NOTFCK %  AJUi Mills Till AS.I-, tM til RT „l ll'l \t .., %  *" •• %  •••••H" Art. iaai Woiic-i. I* nere-by B"en thai Aloni* r.oodm-f. an Enmieer former y reatdlna ChurCBI. died a. a re* U |t ol W),.,, !" wiained .hen from a ladder dm %  %  tra* -.1 Michael and that oompenMnon n.ibeen paid inlo Court All dependant* of the aj %  Unar ideceaMd, W appear at u. Ara-Unt Court ol Appeal on Wednesday the and day „r Audu.t if£|. .1 m o-cioek am Dote-I lh„ Mm day of July 1041 A W HAlil'F.ll Clerk A..i.lant Court ol Appeal MISM-.I.I.A.Nr.OlS HANTEII TO R\T BWHOAI %  1 children One rp-nia* -" %  • %  % %  %  drlth %  r loni period. Addreaa particular* to MB P '> Be IM. M 7.51 -on "AMlli Hi ill > 1 "iood paleea paid Apply to Mr*. Vaua-hiCorier ol Pair-child and Pro! TRAiLOR Second II able to be drawn by tractor phone 1417) %  I || -. NOTICfc IS 'it Kl r.v 11..,1 n upon pan %  ITden-ioi*a Paatl I of Reed Street in Ihe Cit. „f Brld-feto-a-n. ho died In Ihi* laland 1,11 the ISO, dav of April 1MB Inteetatc. ... hereby rqurrd to „„)n particular, of their (irinu duly mte.ted to Timothy Theo. phiiu.11.Mn:. :,.tee of ihe l*U>*d of Ba M %  aon A> BanAeid. M Mreei I'lidHrtown. on or before the 3r. %  %  '..I U :Y. Tntatee. Qualified Adrr.mlftrator ol (he Fatal ol Ik.ui.-r I..,.a Foater-Turtor itaaaarj |S IM—I NOTICE i\ IHI --i-r un „, m 01 Mil kj Re s ha (n ( ,a,p,. tl ,|„ Arl la. I llOI-rfl, I p that Co.. Court. All ' %  %  %  %  laftl. at ter, o'clock J D.itcd thia .ii, daj c.id UM %  %  itant Court ol App,-. LIVESTOCK %  l.il.KhS AB Clerk. A t A %  > Alpine DM rii-t litter Applv St. M M raaadl 1 fie*l> In milk M 1 si-ai %  •"' LIQIOK LICENSE NOTICE MECIIAMCAr. %  I Hall. St MISCELLANEOUS A MM-1 DENT TOOTH PABTC larl uvlng your Amrn-l-derl Toot*te Do*ea. Wllhin a abort wblle you t be the winner of one ol the followl*t l*riie ISO 00. 2nd Prtre tIS 00. P"" * "* %  1.7.11-Mn %  M %  • % %  '! Hall. SI J*iey and to u.e it at • %  laal daaenbed premlarDatm thii )Mh day ol Jul', IMI VICTOR HINDS. Appluaril II M'HKC. taq. Dial Ma* NO SHOOTING ,iue to the Cadet Camp there ill be no shooting practice nt irSmall Ilore Rifle Club today Wednesday. WE ARK BUYERS We buy anvtiun* c-onitected wlUi STAMPS. Sheet*. SlnBle SUmpa. Collection'. AceuiLMiation* anl Cowojra, Good prlc-* Paid at the t \.iiu.l '. *-TAMP aOI'IKTY SE HABI.A Ci OIIILATAI. CURIOJ. SOUVENIRS. ANTIQUES. IVORY, JEWELS, SILXS lie. THAjrrs lilNOCUI^ns f or lrt (bare, l-i Hrllolllh Prlun. S fold • ?J MM with blue coal IT • i MM Made in Oerman* SSI I'M.ce Weather head Ud M.I SI ^-3i 1 .,ppiiratlo Un and !1 00 per Lib Un Get a Un to-day from your roeer or Drvi Store and try the be.t milk obtainable The B-Ib family MM 1. really economical. Inatat on ••Farm'' for the *ake of your health and your pocket If your dealer cannot aupply phone 2220 fi SI tf ,, Keep r*il n with Joh-iMn* i,. 1 .-1 a 1 M 1 M -Sn Vigour Restored, jSands Made Young !n 24 Hours %  k. aaaj ... 10 ...-I ti,..troutilee. %  %  to-tnko tablet 101 'arml-aa, ,].*. away with aJai.J operatlono aid l< Mil %  do Ionia l Art Debate LONDON. lul) Traditional arts and crsitl boa liM • 11, v. now on show at the Imperial Institute have le,l not -niy to unstinted ; • %  : in lAindon. The view haj iprt nee, that the Ife heads rrorn Benin (Nls>arla) an ihe works of BAiropaatu ind nol Afneauw. In this school of U ll'iuv Moore, the well-known sculptor. Wt-ii now. wiui .h,i make |fi it.h.. di %  Ware laas] rveral srtlsti or i>> one sri I A panel of art experts aiKued the pit's and ' "" at the Imperial Institnt.' tins ..,-,-k After COaa" %  (lei.ilikucademic Juit*" tl 1 '•"" % %  • '-" the conclusion th.it (haj sculptures from Rcnin are the work, of African sculpUna. Mr. O. HrniinlotE, Cumtor Of the British Museum, raised aaothei eonUvvenial point when he stated that in the Colonies. **,iks of 1.1 are not producetl primarily for aesthetic reasons The funil.nn.itt^l principle of AMCSI il.iiiiicil, is fum tiori.il. He vs.1-ttiini'.i; ,,(,,„-..,1 bs ^: Kenneth Murray, Head %  >( the Department of Antmuitie:. Nlgertsi Mr. William Flff, Assi11 • Keeper, Britlsfa Uu %  took sities ssjatnst h' Brli I .. %  aid, "always Bjorne in .ill |iih;il 1 1 it no singii iradhaon In AMean arl the • is .i variety ol tradition uiul t. %  Lslrnsd that the artl tie exceUei % %  of African art i* conipiinilile i. n art. Dui IIIB; the debate c-ueslions discussed included Ihe dilf.i-t... bet%veeO the emotional and inlel lectual approach lo art and the aesthetic standards of Europe and Colon! The Rrowing appreei.r.."ii nf Colonial arts and crafts by people IB Hnt un was commented upon by arl critic chairman. Mr r Wendy. He hoped that more enc-ourajiemcnt would lie KIV.II ti Coloni.il artists. Pt> I.IIIN \ (Mil s I %  % %  %  kens >,, hen Llling to 1 -tiled a longer %  %  r,ir pi "i ihe tune that the Ucated Bre t" das%  me n* fire .' -nun.,.f ,,iiillumtnation until iveli Into II.en the pmeni <*i eaectrie porwei e possil-hA 1 '-lie in %  I hrthiniK. ihe ...u-d with the kavancenMM is. n.rse, thai of r %  liter, 1 IH'.H. Edison > ; lni %  issc en i iig **"*^ m si Hi 1 1 r irk N< R fai froo Men iforl vet, -is earb %  i ||M pro. 1 .. 1 lh..t ., lamp irdghl I 1 It 1 tracity in ., vacuum. 1 %  du Un ll United st.I-. are pi .. dascenl iamp %  A % %  -tuuol Hi.-..the jtlobr was uled to a metal base which '.I when the ) -thl is II stlngaaanl I 10 am lltopi -: iieeoti.!. t reading a %  %  %  l Tin 1 J..-. gad Nem || s.ii,i he "aaread in BSBBB. jtamin.-i 11 • %  ,( : %  I nonius ,l I %  %  the liajhi bull Claude. %  r who ha %  1 mall amount of for Mold b" made to transport ihe %  %  < light ..f iU m.. %  %  Prelunuiary handlinsj of smaller details took only IN mit 1 r TOURIST RECEIPTS The T %  June 30. Sales at tl %  u f„ r the l B.W.I, com paired with •HIPPING NOTICES M I M rfe Witt %  .Mid materials *, i %  %  portent, inert ui -. were lr.troduced %  1 idU) pi duced sun in the %  .. ,. %  rangei ,,r NIOUI I'OUI I.imp 1 mi.-.* of 11h T m the ultras lolei % %  %  taf tl poet The HIST rtuortjsceni lamps produc* 1 ground n.iini ii illennte. /in, rfj Aiii.it fluoi aceg green, However, iione 1 1 HM thousands ii mittti.il IMIII.UIS Ue of aufnlenl inlh lonuneril use and Hie protluctlon ot %  ynthetk iriatanTlaJs is complicated iiiiiMiis %  -ittistion: irioimmic i.b*-tances in a pure sto*-ll sjo not tluoresce. MI IIS. IIMIIIII %  M K\ C.I 9>S "AKAlilA acr^duled to tail """' Mene nth June, nrubana End Alans Mth J.ne. Sydne-/ ''ily Blh. am, ire Ttnid-d and July, ,1 Itaibailo* aaalf Ausu-t -s FORT I-A1HY.whediiled ••> -411 from 11,-Oart late J..;.Nwth -. %  .. 1 nd mid Juiy. Itrlabana .-id Jul i .rly A11r.1t. Melbourne mid Au*>.i. irtVlnfl ii [%  .n.ber Carso ae.epwe OH IMooSh ft.aa .t I ars". In addition to BBaSSffSl rarao Uw-ae %  earela bave ample apace for chilled and .-.ILK I..1 traii.hlpme"! aTrinidad fllllMia, leeward N \ H.i.-I .rd l.landi 1 luasra apply II'"'* lt"V "I HO. IHIMl'tU %  HI a OA COSTA A CO. Ill' aABitA'itm B.W.I. "'Ir-day Tlih BaM. .*w.V -el Cars** an. %  BeWi. •ADVERTISF.' V 9nr. rBAMBB NEW MH Jultoo. Ai,|*i|SSFS FOB Chlldrer .-.. %  %  1 \ ;.-, %  Pocea from 2/to ||0 a AV.OI.rrr.ead Ltd. 3fl %  Bruce 81-Ja 04 AKUI OATS Ph All I ItMrt, Dal 1 -. PB St-,nway tBerr IS T SI -In 1 %  ; riamar n ; v Tiba. in tt.nua.ir,... |, | n <> din%  K Wan tee ,f .u' k -. %  jr and energy and from 10 to m >rari.nin;*r. 04 |y retur-i the %  i"P*> p'u kaprr, and • I your nvBtransth bollto -f 1* Vi-Taba coata Vi-Tabg^;rKe Umltl, n... ,,..( sup in thi* "l inelectric light 1 .ihi came in 1911 with I i nrerj of .. m. ihod i i i . il which ,i an ii'.iv.ited by an appropriate •ivating agent, and thl %  The nisi, and non, eiiiiif pro mtsBaOn 0* from n .. ti it. a i %  mpfire oi lumlnes... thousands ol SUtjstan.T-t will glow In I %  ".isslon of 1 luimi % %  w msy persl ars. r,r flays after the agent has %  • '. . gta-. KiLL3 PAIN Or. PrrMsf B. O'Xnlr '•egs to inform 'hat rail < rfl and will be *...nl.., iBIh Ausisat. II lie closed nu juiv. ' IXANEItS Hand and Bare, %  call, operated. TakeO.e drudcou| dfiirtsaey. Dial aSTB Da Coata A Co .J Dept M I ion SALE rVBsaTnmB One Prea., Cneat M %  K.lchen Tat,:, Boo* caaa a> d On* B-by 1 ITaoi Phone BUB A Iii-da) s (i. \ "I l. Jill !o I... 1 |aj| • I* happy %  ike note HAM:* H \t i>; JIKKFV WHIPS wi Secure Yours TODAY. %  Chains, etc. NEVVSAM & CO. •<'*'.:'.:*,'.',','< 25.7.51.--4ft. ,'/.V/,V,Vi t h i. %  'My manf naas %  rnenl froquenU) OMd in (he SMithelies. alUioiigl! Ad hismulh .ilsi have then places. The ivnthetli co ited tlirectly on >f the tliioresceiit Iheii tasvelopmenl Irol are the result of mil in the i ski of inorKaiii. i :i \. Ol Ihe-. I. mill eatsd iv Ihi i nil ieaey of tiie %  duct, Tho llghti radard oomrneareial Itl i Ih.m (ii liKhl unit | < i w ,lt. in eontuist iinlti pet watt from iiten lllamen' < Ol lima %  a % %  Vuviensi < ast larola, ., cobbler In the city %  BOtOI ... I' aim il the %  i-fii iW be Included ih Sesun ilng ioi the phiii.Mii hei's sioii... Casd i ibed %  inouiilain Id withered snni' %  %  i.i I mi Tl -.' I i hi be i.'ud.K.; I roasted tl i po w dej v Inin lli.it the powdej laid COOl oh* Hour aftci ii' r ihe heated powder contliwie I 00 I.TMI-.I, glow, ami %  i %  ih* bafl phor, b] mm sulfato li kill de in the i % %  a few Impurltie of mai blrmuth Although t. %  i,n..i. powder was nit %  I %  I that he did a rjroAteblt i irlth alchen) %  %  T ..i | may be the Ind %  %  %  lie s' icntlfic bora) 11. re being maile pi thi more than 4 oi %  nd of the I Ihe plsni world tvhli ii have the sblllty i It is Intetesitlna ti .-i %  ntm.: IfS Which luminesce are eithti llrellies, or othei nd %  i. it in-, or else they are. 1.1 tho sea, such as I. an.l Ihe hki For it unknown reason, no %  teen found. Ante** MM Ausu.l MB Aur-i't ISth Beptr. St*) RORt'RT T1IDM I.TI>. — NEW YORK AN1 OWI.r SERVICE AITI.Y:—DA COSTA a. CO. LTD—CANADIAN SIlRVH'at Jusl in Hmo for the Hurricane Season TABLE MODEL KEROSENE LAMPS #'###-; rav.vi m if. Corner of Ilroad an Tudor Streets 1 OR KALE 5 Hundred Empty Drums FOR PA1LING USES ROBERTS' MANlIFACTliRINi; CO. (,.. '.* I At thia Unoiii i I MAHY EDDY may be read, born re baaed |M ..l-d r .%  1 >rruwac>I J VISITOR'! ARE WEI.COMr 1 | M SM >k ulnniol thesi* li.irb.irv NOTICE Wa bas to notify our % %  >ay, Mth | "at Repair and Scrvl %  acne date for Iwo weeks annual 'ill be a skeleton art ,e, ^ .-, <„, r !" „, COL* S(O LTD. ii'tBTS ,-,'-•,-, ///.v//,v; SUNLIGHT SOAP has not BtfTtfffl l\0K\ Ml\l' 27t. Kill(i: \WMlS0li 10c. LAI Mini „, ION I I AHA) limn WAP 27<. mly at GRIFFITH'S ::., *M*J aeeeeeee. SHEER DEUORT—(0 ullrrly l.-ini.i.l \IT\ i-Hil ill tli.-sc colon.—Nil I'ltu' Pink, I'mrl (ircy and N.vy TISSUE AMI ( VNTON FADLE—1 orons in ii df*M inint,(rom m* loxi'ly shiidcs: Siiini Knyiil. Klji.l.. T.IIIIM'. < liinrsil.ut-i|ln-r. I'lirma Vi'.l-'l. U'ilil lluiklrhi-rrv. Tauter in. ;.n.l tVilil Orchid fl 51.95 CBOSS-DVED BTBIPE lllat %  tan is wmthin-: t-vcry Mis-, mid >lrs. hus dri-iimi-d of: Cray, Aquu mid .hurlri'UM-. I.iiin' Sk\ :..nl Hoar) Wheat, Pink Violence und Graaador* U N BOROIBKD M'l\ o \ am.ll|iiilti ', >in per vl OPENING TO-DAY—Varioni BlyUa I* Shoaa iii dilTercnl prices. ACCESSORIES) Ladies Hosiery. Bnl PaBtlHi Nlfhtfoama, Slips. Children'-. Sock*, V.-i1'anlles and Kerclii.-I-. 1'nsiirp.issed iIII. nrd for llm N (I IIIAIM. \i\ HOI si: s„ ,„ Street — S AI.T.M \N, Proprielor PHONE Z70Z >*-'.%'-'**-'*^'.'.---,--•,-, s TOT:. • — T. | s. ~ ;. %  1 : ;



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V ESTABLISHED 1S:> SATURDAY, ..Y 1951 run K n\i OIL CRISIS TAKES NEW TURNERS Quick Decision Can Avert Complete Breakdown\For War Britain Wants Pledge From Mossadegh Bv J. C. THALER LONDON, July 27. THE ANGLO IRANIAN OIL CRISIS took a turn for the worse on Friday night, and Britain was considering the re-calling of Sir Francis Shop herd, the Ambassador in Teheran, to London for on the spot consultations. The scheduled trip to London of Averell Har riman, Truman's special envoy to Iran, was also viewed in diplomatic quarters as an indication of a hitch in the current efforts to bring about talks in Teheran on the oil dispute. • ui ihal — 1 tbeen 'peciflcally .isked in coma iu l-endon. and thai %  his own. Harrip M wai I''%  i arrival here on nJng. The hitch urose over Britain'* insistence on ; pledge from Premier fctaea*eegh's Onvernment III lions in Mi. oilAeldl for British jersonnel would or improved iling surh a prnm%  .in was not prepared to Enter Into the proposed talk* for gt ttleinent of the .ill dispute. No Assurances Morrison announced earlier this week that Britain had asked for t. clarification from Iran and f.fflrlals stated on Friday night thai Shepherd had not been able to far to obtain required assurance-A Foreign Office slaieirenl on Friday night announced recall of the ambassador ficm Teheran had been under b ,i no Anal decie(..! had baan taken. 1 Hamman made il pla sides that a speedy decision was required to avert a complete breakdown in the Iranl-m oir indUatfJ His Visit to London WAS believed to have been intended to emphailze this posl U.N. Planes Blast Red Positions BtOHTH ARMY H.Q K July 27. TinKorean war front quiet wabroken with sharpened Communist thnisti oa the Eastern *one and Increased Hed activity •n the central sector. U.N., war plane* used tV tearing weather lo blast Con munart marshalling yards Pyongyang, ;nnd made more thar 800 sortlaa against the Red target aiming by radar through low' UftKfe As the cease-fire talks moved' on in ffgaanfig the Reds were still' building up forces south of KumMMitf. on the east central front, wit-i aununlat companies moving down t<> the Reds' front-line }>. -itni-iMajor action was centred the eastern front again today. T Red battalions counter attacked advanced Communist forces north of Yanggu yesterday, after Allied „ is^w i..d.r "K.Z;'U r '" "l.'••""!" „X v r £! uiit%  vould have to he closed M.mploicly before the end of next v eek. I>ecause of storage space tilling up rapidly. Reports from Teheran on Friday night intimated that Harriman had encountered difficulty from both tldM of the conflict. Earlier this mck %  formula, evolved by Har,Hh Iranian Government appeared to have esUbUahad a promising basis .or :v resumption of negotiations for a final settlement. Br.ti h officials on Friday night injnal Britain was BBUOUI i.,,1 | %  Atlamtnt but she ooes not want to risk another lirnkdown We must know in .-ne chance v." one official said. COMEDIAN DIES NK.W YORK. July 2' i Boreo, 6*. died here Thuraday. The Polish Son II HfcUU and %  uropaaai theatribetween the two world gjVO up the profession iltat M had lufff n ago.—I'.F, Reds Take Time Off To Study UN 'Biif f er Zone* Proposal U N ADVANCE BASK Below Kaesong, Korea, Ju JWO SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENTS which may speed the hour when troops along the 13 i Bib Korean war front will be told to halt shooting. emerged from the meeting of United Nation, an. Communist cease Are negotiators in Kaesong An agreement was reached in principle on "administrative and procedural matters deaicrnet' to expedite the final achievement %  i' . %  ; %  I ,:! pn • . I allvRfO %  IX. %  hall ha i from July Jii. 1931." I riii 'i obi 11 cat ion quick!) ih< %  %  %  %  %  %  i Mint The ordinam II. %  Eisenhower's Army Gaining Mnim-iiliiiii TRINIDAD AND BARBADOS CII.I.I cssss of new WP-I ludi.ii: get 'Iuch jresUrday from Ti'inut-ul The caseware tian.poitvd to tli* Treatury by a Police irnod eacort and followed by the Currency Oon.i U.S.Will Depend On Britain For Help WAS I 1 ,'v V Defence Sen Foreign Relations CotnmlttM "ii Friday thi States which "can't do everythii at once ul< on Britain for aid in building up I DI the Middle East. Marshall saul Europe/i share of the propoi aid funds was greater than the Near E mere "< • ..uu. hills after • 10-hour battle. Wet of Kunsong. U.N. patrols probed toward the Pyongyang apex of the old Communist "Iron triangle" without meeting .my resistance. U.N. naval forces backd up ground forces and land used planes with ; %  stead> IKiunding of the eastern coast. %  \ Brtttth light cruiser and three Ixxnbarded the Red port of Wonaan for the 161 consecutive day yesterday. Troops. Tanks Enforce Lu* TtHVtAN July 27. Troops, armed police. nd tanks ere massed In Central Teheran enforce the law against a big Communist rally. Extra guards were posted at the United States M.I iiutLsli embassies. TWO hundred helmeted troops with bavonetted rifles, police tinned with carbinrs and swords, and four lank* guarded Parliament Square and ihe vldnUy. State Oi Refugees Is Cause Of Tension %  Ti WASHINGTON. July 27. id on Friday Ihat one of th .,1 I, moil la the Near East b >he misorable I hundndi ol Ihousands ot Arab refugees from PalcsTbi Pmidant'l statement was contained in letters the Chairman cVihe Senate and House Appro%  s CommilteM, in which he urgently ret|UMted ( .• iropriat. $2,000,000 for August and $.1,000,000 for September for Palestine refugee relief. Congrca. If currently i pnic the administrations Preveittfl Trade \V itti Crtiniminiata WASHINGTON. July 27. r Herbert R O'Conor. tad !o prevent thePanama*! huge marchant Actl from cerrynai etrfo to • AM. nanlan ffP tama would uv of inv of its I Red China or Ncith Korta. Pannmaninn Consulates all v.orld hud bean onVred oc pap •I ports ind < Panamanian registry if -hipown^ Unkatd cargo. if the u*c o' : .. io smuggle vrining Panama. %  oe Issued soon In Panama. O'Cor.. %  %  iVfl been hatted at India, two j.nd two at Hamburg Germany —UP. Reds Built Up Forces During Cease-fire Lull US. ARMY CHARGE WASHINGTON. Jub IT, Tha Arm) and Btata uepsriments churged the Communlsls in Korea with having used the lull during the cessettre talks to build up iintr foreaf for poastbla latav iiggresslon The Army said lh;d fragh Chinese troops hnd moved in, and all evidence pmnito .1 In buildup of North K. 1 Th.Stata Department'' You > 1 ( America broadcast that tinCoinrdutoU' demand for nulling all foreign troops out of Korea AUS 11 %  %  o itart lati 1 %  %  A awning for aoma Unw that the Hnd^ iic building iiu their fOTCOt. %  %  i.'rmgj the Army ip also paid thai tha n N forces were prepan-H lo the new Ren olfen would be launched \'. t;ilkbroke down Th.Defonce Dei nounced that Communl-t cabU il ties in K. 1 1 1.221.434 from the beginning of the war through July IBlh American casualties rc nbout 60.000. Meantimi. Pn %  ed on Thureia) rternooi evidence ao 'hi I L*S. gooS Up To Thv Mountains etnp*'* •*•*' I** lal in Ihe '.ud pt:i for possibly inei • Marshall said In %  | fence pMCranurH %  euruni Burope'i %  I %  trim tin % %  it of %  .[led thn 1 %  %  r, even tha 1 I 1 1 : %  %  %  1 % %  % %  I Gillette 1 %  1 1 P W ./.(.urrency irrivm ..,1 Bden ing ne W 1 A. %  %  rompany* currenc) an Mr. William 1 %  %  %  %  gflrt the two Cui Mr m i) 1 %  li % %  Govern I tha unlondins. ot W ^*c fron-.Uif .if'-(' into •> 'r"hfng rntireViiH "m.ii had I-" 1 I',,I n t I Mi V XV < Th>i.i! ,.ptv |U returned to Trinidad .. . $8,500,000,000 Foreign Aid Proimme which includes an Hem o( $50,000,000 for Palestine refugee relief Truman explained in ; %  letter that the refugee relief programnv had been carried on during Jul> through the uae nf existing stock. und funds from other sources. But the available resource* were now nearly exhausted, the President added Trumar. told leglslatoi-s that a major atep foi-ward hnd been recently made when the Aral. League went on record U mvou of a massive programme of resettlement of Palestinian refugeein Arab gtatesi Crave damage* t thl< programme is likely to resu. aid programme collapsed beeauae of the tempera shortage of fundiu 1 GRADE July 27. I to 'be It %  \ he led hta regBed iwrtlsans to victory ova War II, and mid his people Ihey should be no more friiI Stalin today than the;. 10 years ago. Starting on Thursday %  %  %  the 1M1 uprising. H Iks at einf. "1 |he Cl< He then llai celebi n on — If Gtabb Padia Will C rtriinur To Serve \l>dijllah's I umil\; M fastis, tin Bi iti 1 1 %  %  %  %  in 1 els %  .mall, hut I hcadquarii 1 %  %  %  I %  I %  |i ... %  1 Abdullah for 2\ years I think I hi In %  much." -I V -VP. To-day* Weather Chart Nunrise : 3.4* a m Sunel ti 34 p m Moon : I-ast Quarter Lighting t>: ".08 p.m. Illch TMe I 1.13 p.m Low TMe: C.43 a.m. Ul a.m STEEL FOR OIL %  %  :alloeate I 1, .Id-uj) 1 Big Three Plan Meeting In I .S. WASHINGTON, Julj I %  ign Mr the sign* K 'I ii %  %  %  %  eemenl Wenterrt' Oerm %  'ii In North AM . Phe An,. North Ati.tini' inci • %  • led t.> t< . %  ...ii' • .reign M ive nor 'hough the beet % %  en n 1 einion n ng next 'eek. Morrison hai already dlacU MARSHALL WASHINGTON Julj .', .. • 1. %  !; %  v Cenrge M .1 il .11 told emigre** that I.flOO HI aim* had already U-8 to Hie Allies %  ral Uwight F. senhower's Atlantlr Pact mm> S ming "real mojl ,ihnii %  note roi 11 RelaUoni Commlttoi •ove wtthoul deli 000.000 mutual aid programme In met l the "Oommunlal i iiienge on avei 1 frani He did btoch ii amhowi' Man hall aid ihal 1 indg large ae tha prwenl roqueu win tx required In the next \ 1 Mar* 1052 and W. for 11 dt fence am progiionim II, leettng "growing finest of Bovlet lyre and oppiesfcioii." whirh Ul dominate the free weetd 1 hi ,mv other meant" ..if thai an> i" 1 itlon will 1 %  I enhowei will not have • %  -.,, M reeantlal thai m N ulblllty on him provide l |a with fhe means ul plishtng hi mlagion M ithe %  eeurlty ol % %  n as that ,i oui A lies I itf month the US. had shipped abroad more than 1.000,000 meanuremont ton*eo,ual to 1 I naval veceeli delivered under tneir own powi'i t r Nehru Likelj To, Refuse Imitation To Talk Pemfl drawn getwei with a dei in; them Uon 0 HI %  %  'i. 1 .lath 1 arallel A HI %  %  1 %  %  %  %  %  K 1 %  1 ."> H III IU-1IMHIOW I >)*. Iholi %  1 iid UN %  %  %  %  %  %  l ground covered in 1 mi i\ ii .1.1. %  more than* %  It had 1 • %  %  nl nuinhe %  ee and 1I1 I.IPI pn 1 government oH %  Simultaneously, the geiiN powegf uod 1 itgWeVrs In the rhi eeultod from Ua Dvlnelal I attth Ihe Pi Lme alh %  bout by I %  1 ii ded no am Intel i"i %  led, and %  I P Crow i! Prinee Progi'esHing i.i'M v \ July n %  Cro 1 .1,1 from 1 % %  e urn 1-. tionrd %  fraru 1 %  ii* wUl .'v.In Basmi %  -ii ifng. Ilefoi.. leaving !• aid mass ir>mm-ei'ing under treatment, Hi I ; I 1 . illme part of th< 1 pilot. %  %  i slclan ho .. • %  %  %  1.. %  " nexl 41 Kours. %  r r The "ADVOCATE'' payg for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night. NKW DCLHI, i"iv a .1 qtiaraM ntatot %  1 %  Mloi ler, Jaw .-: %  nd the Japai %  %  l %  iDu w. nil 1 r p. i %  %  I that th. him t" 1 1 lid not ci full leal at aha l'Kl-taii Primi UaqUBt All Khun' 01 r %  'in.Itlon 10 Nehiii .in.,.lit. 'polnl pearc plan which lifcel. Paktetan Prime Mm. litional invitation'* lot .it Karachi f i Vtbche Triea To IM>I Cabinet Oriria %  %  %  resent %  1 the led to dlseuss with Nehru, affer the withdrawal of trOOpt 'I.. l:ido-l'..ki%  The Hindu tan Tin %  . .iii.-i Uaquat'i lettet Lunt*. and '"lopl,.llie


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PAGE TWO I'.MiHAIMI\ll\t>' Ml SATL'RDAV. JVXY 2*. H'SI CaAib falling ii Major Dennis %  %  • lay. I | llon'Mr %  % %  '. : I more, the I G Miin%  v. Di r. II %  i B Mi John Hcckl'i, %  %  Ml P A K T %  < r Mi N''. .: : Closed For Reconstruction i BrllW) Council Ontu..^ I irlng the month oil August u linn On I %  %  %  % %  fcr*. tt[ im n • mber, %  Record Ubrar> will ajwln be open Jp.TPtlcin Violinist lathering with W •A i* OJ SO ma'iy welt-dres.-. women >vear suc/i FRIGHTFUL HATS i. %  01 .en on the -i-'ii-.i f_ - imiihai %  trail rar mis pn for '.raining % Husivc %  inKn I tt*M \ By SUSAN DEACON m ueacm wnui about— it. pertlng, whom hobtnt U aking your bfd more com/orfabfe. CHERIE SAYS LAD* l.o\'-i>\ Making Pfl-TtaM hl.i.ir> —1,.K %  First Time For Women IM3. thol An, rlca No Protest* A I w i s u dano an i i i I I %  Hon v. II %  I. ol British Gut n MlltlCfKtlllJC Will bi Hon i ; lour of tl :.%  % %  ' lintish Oovi di <,f TshdMdl Kli..nn. AH I tOU -,H l'uth Iron' i %  Unit iinylhiiin to IB] and %  I iioily. We rum Ijffii kept 'rimni %  •lit New. %  %  %  %  %  hath v. %  .'-J-OW I %  I I %  %  %  .... ,. i • a. be United Si lo-nigtii next T H fUAL DUUMi of the h . Id II U,r Marine Rote] tonlghl he Waldorf-A*l '"" i s.. n %  of the Hub a not know What 1< • lied undi urn. %  I %  % %  %  %  %  would %  Friuii Hi BMMI %  %  Know the NO KM fcH NOII LI*!>' EMI ilk* It ... IKS I.,'. loch The GUsBts of hon'm are \ii J. C. H Raj O !lcge. Mr T I Wei I H B I Uajoi '" %  :i'i Mr. K N hi store tin %  talit about" <" %  eon* %  ,.,...•' bo wea r Mi D i lMlllll|. amii' %  ii pat] ii. 10s, fa Ofial Tnrrc was |P l '"' oach ., Mr. Dt-nt rec or, !\ Mi M o-N. Campbell. cotujectioni with Mi*West] SI,.IM N '' "" %  .Vincent Am conunCOCed, through his du\...... % % %  ImpeUltterl ties ,t thw.-bt Imii.. Commit'*-. Hi Joaa n D.v, |r. %  .. %  r v thCommlttf ttutlin'x Promise lbrmei to London, as offlca boy. In the year lBiH •who i* president t the American aftei tin, had *pctn "'*M iv J* a '111 I111 the Summer Holidays IS DAPHNI I'I M. n r M, %  i rid Mr*. S. m f Bay Sin.,, iw .-. M ci.3 uf thf tba Qiounlttca. Town Clerk PABRBLI* Town ik M! r..r'-i.f-Spaln Iv, •! id for Uilk. with Sir John City Chamberlain of Bdin• Hhellhood ..f Hut.• Bed ill any puits '' ot the <' iribJ ".in area the Ann | re recently, Hi kiioni Jamaica on Thin %  '. vsyw 1.1 the writuuj oil noon by H.W i A. to BBOBCI the I 200.000 stake with her parents. ux roc hW An, Jjfc. "ft. Tr. ...nu the lUi.trct dexree -i the University ColleKo „„„, %  in. further forol the Weal Indies In Jamaica .mwn moncj In lh ho hud no iwitrets about Off To New York • Board of Butstill tPYlnH TV/!'!OSWALD STHEAT U on jlJ*' his w.iv to New York via Ihotujh HUMwas not n lot of Ihla TrinidadHe left yesterday morning by B.W.I A. In Now York, ht Mill jiiii his Mite who i i aine pla Trinidad wore MeWiili.nn Bi money Eileen Will Stay •uTORK |sa Kilccn 'or Barbados Holiday M ISS CLAUDOE i.Kuz.L^IN. whose brother Audi. Barbados a lew weeks ago, arrived from Martinique on ThUI u.w.i. A. to MH-mi .. Meek hoildaj n ". in Barbadoa, She Mill th> i Eileen fjeid and i at iir' rli In"L*o Trinidad '"' /" "'••' L King. Iiii.idads youruj Tltev had bee Ititrbudos on six beforo ivluining to Ma rti nique on on. Since her unweeks'holiday Mis lt.miieids August io. ful debut at the White City husband hi .iti. the Alcoa SteamMUM Bunone Ftougery • u I'.. \\ % %  %  A A A i iTipiorship Co is. I'..n Spain. aistcr Maud who ate bODl Mari ,. imupie .no iiKo m Barbados on or not to reBack To The U.S. hoBday, They u% ben indaVIV/f'*SYDNEY A. THOKNK Mho months staying at Bagahut, i I., uu mi 1V1 \,„,\ been xpf-ndutg twn Slrvam. I M<'i>>mihi ijaiiej holida> m Ban.. Short Transfer re beinf made] to •>btam a lurosd to U.S.A by B.W I A on IIK KIIDIK LYDRR "i Barclay. job for her. Eileen enjoj i Sunday M Bmk u ,,,. indfcpi Mr. Thoroe, who hi %  Bar) ,. England where he h wiierevvi at i,,, . .,, from lh, (1| (,„„ months long |i lony roi the las: 2\ % %  ... si .. terds rlaweastlt mptoyi d on lh> %  n.w i,\ n, is on hi lart of the Datti News New Voi* „ ; „ to St. Lucia a I'lintig bis stay bora in it ,. , by the l nast ol his %  Isjttl Mrs. Edith Lad> NKwut. I Bh "' '" 81 Michael AITIVUUJ by the anv plane wan a u r\ -r • -J J e f •< Ml )L ,I Mls D L r.K.U. irimdad bohcitor httle dai^bter n \MU. AND uus. FRANCIS arrivals from Trinidad i \ %  i>l POWKR arrived from Trlnl and Mrs Clark Bidet and theii i Hoidad yesterday momlns; by B-W.I.A, daughter ByblL Hen rot accompanied b\ li-.-n two daugli Foui Uu layinj • B %  %  H %  % %  Api ind Bobby Here for two Ocean View Hotel. Tboj Amerlr ns living in Barcelon • : %  .. itttT-ta Cambrkbjt Oueat Venesuela. Mr. Elder i* > TDK Ql RRN'S ml sixteen in %  There is n tendenc%  Vivid colours. N-I: u-s IVorU K'niiuFlp | or Woim-i I iHI New York A NEW YORK milliner has de%  j;htter-t imined srltti %  inoonburst i muff. I of tho y.., tori i %  %  Frtim Piffftl BILVI i . A 'dr.d 10 1 A %  %  %  %  %  K ISO to C2S. From IcHMUUW I bw %  %  i i uu aitu lacks drtM ment as Contmbarionar of Loca %  .1 m Trinid-d. Mi. nrn n b u been stud) Ii ml in the Town dark's ofticr in Newcastle Semdman I : i f PUbU I. Hu %  ads, !(< %  spends his %  %  | .:.. %  . %  %  %  vha i % %  bed I %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  t .i fi-.it. Opposition ttifts moo h n %  CROSSWORD i r r p P i ryi i l r r~" ££ ti ir-\--\AOI.VIK — "THE GIRL IN THE PAINTING" sumna MM zarrsaiuKG n>*~Ti BEATTY n*ftwrt LOM '.-HJX Faun. i.,...( sMiwau iau MHIK* isasseeari •*• •''i** "JIGGS AND MAGGIE IN COURT" i Jo* Vila Km.r RIANU nriiuh gheri INTO nir BLUE iThr Story ol II B.B.C. Radio Programme SolarSai I .. P m aereea ,-JT of ib* harmonium. <*i i.iu •raiuer ? eW %  ... I-M Oil ... II IS In %  i>fc M. Boupo to •litc.'Pd. 1 11 ft. One hundred and nfly irew toi coTer. fli 2\ Addreedi to enrtiopa. (V) Uenra I, \*\ *t\i at s Hoiau poor. 16) .-.-•IDOWS. IB) fi ..-. in . rivet run. till %  ia ocar. iei .:.. 141 I .•! to m aw*rd. IB) out a loot snort, ui Haaleas to sprluiais. i*) l ? (41 r.. Thin tin can ny. IS) Jl. IL U olten unooKereOis) pad* .— Ar* hon. li • %  .-oes; . K-m: I. % %  rlllm-. ntra; 3, N. Veil, a II Ol.llii: THEATM ... Week; S 30 | ... A N .! ; i w H Id-O tol i r. Mr. Power Trinidad, is solicitor in Hh I there %  of the ml COmpi I TIIK \IVI:MIIIKS OI rn.\ \i.3\ Rup ert and Simon—40 2? %  Kuren %  Kh She'll I,..-... ( TO- % % %  i i ponI'O tO'a Si \ . on, about lurnpuu I .ell O • % % %  .in and children r*am tali a %  \ do toi er %  *'n man to I and on no account to eat meal Neatl du ba Shed, wuser-liy. %  U %  .died again, and said ternly A cha paow fflass-blouwr Ik beei < itlng it* < 'ha .i No such thing' i at, u-ort. ^ i W II. horse I |tf He blew a oreenJunise, %  hoi s bbrst. i LIB MOK'aAX 10 Rio Music, Dnttctng Entertainment throughout the night Dial 4000 lor '.'iervations VESTS 79 89? S1.00 1.13 1.15 1.18 1.34 SILK VESTS S1.37 1.47 PANTIES 89? 98s 99c S1.07 1.13 1.29 $1.41 1.52 SLIPS S2.20 2.52 4.88 BRAS. $181 1.64 1.95 2.40 2.70 3.40 4.40 4.43 NIGHTIES $4.10 4.16 4.29 4.26 4.52 4.95 4.97 5.33 T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS D DIAL 4606 s %  %  YOUR SHOE STORE DIAL 4220 JUST REGEWED uinl 'n'llitifi Fust Canadian Hardwood (hairs anil Backers SEt I *: > or its von • THE BARBADOS O-OI'IIIATIVK • OTTOX FACTORY l.TII. Hardwaro Department Tel. No. 2039 i:\fi.tf.siii; IIIIIII.I.S! Till XIHCHOIS ACTMOJVtt PLAZA nitlDCJETOWN I I l IHOWI TO-DAY v . in I'M. %  MAN in THE TRAP MORF.LAND I %  I V in SONG OF THE RANGE PLAZA— BH (I \l lil-IHV .30 a.m. RETURN OF THI: APEMAN n isi — John CARRADINE At Vv/ESTWARD BOUND UtD Hoot BREATH-TAKING THRILLS!! ROUSING EXCITEMENT!! "'^ |f*fe.loC.l „(a| 23lt %  -. m Jf^. IM.I g404 tin I.\M,.TI gun s uiiuan -Ild ,. •>' '" %  \~\iTu\\-.V -Marn N .,. UM Art WAN II.. %  "'[ SUP SOIXD' K.. MIOMII li.MII—— Mill TO Ul \ |..|| I on .v llll Ol l> ( MI>IIOI.M TSAII." MACK-BHOWN GAIETY THE i. M.IM s ST. JAMES Tu-lar a T-M*rrw ass p n ft .00 PMI LANCASTEIt MAI FL4MK and I.. \K %  '' ay reriiuim GLOBE TMEATHE MASS 5 HIS .I,„I Conllnulnn ERROI. FLYNN — DEAN STOCKWELI. — in — K I M I Hurbnilns 4 fwri| | On is 3 l„sl. •: % ^oiS^'u BSEPH vv n "" %  Q u """ w " % % % %  It O Y A I. TII E A T III IBHBBBBSr WBBBBBBk. ALL_ THE THE STORY OF A BIG SHOT M4M. KlNG'S j "Z i XLtfiffsM i!,7lt '-'-• CMS5oat.aw.ias'' 'l"*wF/V MsSSl>AB

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ESTABLISHED 1S:>
SATURDAY, ..Y 1951
run k n\i
OIL CRISIS TAKES NEW TURNERS
Quick Decision Can Avert Complete Breakdown\For War
Britain Wants Pledge
From Mossadegh
Bv J. C. THALER
LONDON, July 27.
THE ANGLO IRANIAN OIL CRISIS took a
turn for the worse on Friday night, and Britain
was considering the re-calling of Sir Francis Shop
herd, the Ambassador in Teheran, to London for
on the spot consultations.
The scheduled trip to London of Averell Har
riman, Truman's special envoy to Iran, was also
viewed in diplomatic quarters as an indication of a
hitch in the current efforts to bring about talks in
Teheran on the oil dispute.
ui ihal ---------------------------'------------------- -------
1 tbeen 'peciflcally
.isked in coma iu l-endon. and thai
his own. Harri-
p m wai I''-
.
i arrival here on
nJng. The hitch
urose over Britain'* insistence on
; pledge from Premier fctaea*-
eegh's Onvernment III '
lions in Mi. oilAeldl for British
jersonnel would or improved
' iling surh a prnm-
.in was not prepared to
Enter Into the proposed talk* for
gt ttleinent of the .ill dispute.
No Assurances
Morrison announced earlier this
week that Britain had asked for
t. clarification from Iran and
f.fflrlals stated on Friday night
thai Shepherd had not been able
to far to obtain required assur-
ance-- A Foreign Office slaie-
irenl on Friday night announced
recall of the ambassador
ficm Teheran had been under
b ,i no Anal decie-
(..! had baan taken.1'
Hamman made il pla
sides that a speedy decision was
required to avert a complete
breakdown in the Iranl-m oir in-
dUatfJ His Visit to London was
believed to have been intended to
emphailze this posl
U.N. Planes
Blast Red
Positions
BtOHTH ARMY H.Q K
July 27.
Tin- Korean war front quiet wa-
broken with sharpened Com-
munist thnisti oa the Eastern
*one and Increased Hed activity
n the central sector.
U.N., war plane* used tV
tearing weather lo blast Con
munart marshalling yards
Pyongyang, ;nnd made more thar
800 sortlaa against the Red target
aiming by radar through low'
UftKfe
As the cease-fire talks moved'
on in ffgaanfig the Reds were still'
building up forces south of Kum-
MMitf. on the east central front, wit-i
aununlat companies mov-
ing down t<> the Reds' front-line
}>. -itni-i-
Major action was centred
the eastern front again today. T
Red battalions counter attacked
advanced Communist forces north
of Yanggu yesterday, after Allied
is^w i..d.r "k.z;'u r '""l.'""!" Xvr !
uiit-
vould have to he closed
M.mploicly before the end of next
v eek. I>ecause of storage space
tilling up rapidly.
Reports from Teheran on Friday
night intimated that Harriman had
encountered difficulty from both
tldM of the conflict. Earlier this
mck formula, evolved by Har-
,Hh Iranian Government
appeared to have es-
UbUahad a promising basis .or
:v resumption of negotia-
tions for a final settlement. Br.t-
i h officials on Friday night in-
jnal Britain was bbuoui
i.,,1 | Atlamtnt but she
ooes not want to risk another
lirnkdown We must know in
.-ne chance
. v." one official said.
COMEDIAN DIES
NK.W YORK. July 2'
i Boreo, 6*. died here
Thuraday. The Polish Son
II HfcUU
and uropaaai theatri-
between the two world
gjVO up the profession
iltat M had lufff n
ago.I'.F, ______
Reds Take Time Off
To Study UN 'Biif f er
Zone* Proposal
U N ADVANCE BASK
Below Kaesong, Korea, Ju
JWO SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENTS which may
speed the hour when troops along the 13 i Bib
Korean war front will be told to halt shooting.
emerged from the meeting of United Nation, an.
Communist cease Are negotiators in Kaesong
An agreement was reached in principle on
"administrative and procedural matters deaicrnet'
to expedite the final achievement armistice and cease fire "
,\ Conmutta



(ay, hit I i v
H ntad Um >

i'


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I allvRfO
'

IX.

hall ha i
from July Jii. 1931."
I
riii 'i obi 11 cat ion "
quick!) ih<








i Mint
The ordinam
II.

Eisenhower's
Army Gaining
Mnim-iiliiiii

TRINIDAD AND BARBADOS Cii.i.i
cssss of new Wp-i ludi.ii: get 'Iuch
jresUrday from Ti'inut-ul
The case- ware tian.poitvd to tli* Treatury by a Police
irnod eacort and followed by the Currency Oon.i
U.S.Will Depend On
Britain For Help
WAS I1 ,'v V
Defence Sen '
Foreign Relations CotnmlttM "ii Friday thi
States which "can't do everythii at once ul<
on Britain for aid in building up I dI the Middle
East.
Marshall saul Europe/i share of the propoi
aid funds was greater than the Near E
mere "< ..uu.
hills after 10-hour battle.
Wet of Kunsong. U.N. patrols
probed toward the Pyongyang
apex of the old Communist "Iron
triangle" without meeting .my
resistance. U.N. naval forces back-
d up ground forces and land
used planes with ; stead>
IKiunding of the eastern coast.
\ Brtttth light cruiser and three
Ixxnbarded the
Red port of Wonaan for the 161
consecutive day yesterday.
Troops. Tanks
Enforce Lu*
TtHVtAN July 27.
Troops, armed police. nd tanks
ere massed In Central Teheran
enforce the law against a big
Communist rally. Extra guards
were posted at the United States
m.i iiutLsli embassies.
TWO hundred helmeted troops
with bavonetted rifles, police
tinned with carbinrs and swords,
and four lank* guarded Parlia-
ment Square and ihe vldnUy.
State Oi Refugees
Is Cause Of Tension
Ti
WASHINGTON. July 27.
id on Friday Ihat one of th
, .,1 I, moil la the Near East b >he misorable
I hundndi ol Ihousands ot Arab refugees from Palcs-
Tbi Pmidant'l statement was contained in letters
the Chairman cVihe Senate and House Appro-
s CommilteM, in which he urgently ret|UMted ( .
, iropriat. $2,000,000 for August and $.1,000,000
for September for Palestine refugee relief.
- Congrca. If currently i
pnic the administrations
Preveittfl Trade
\V itti Crtiniminiata
WASHINGTON. July 27.
r Herbert R O'Conor.
tad !o prevent the-
Panama*! huge marchant
Actl from cerrynai etrfo to
Am.
nanlan ff-
P tama would
uv of inv of its
I Red China or
Ncith Korta.
Pannmaninn Consulates all
v.orld hud bean onVred
oc pap
I ports ind <
Panamanian registry if -hipown^
Unkatd cargo.
-
if the u*c o'
: .. io smuggle i bl i the Iror Cur-
tain.
Bral decree g>v-
rining Panama.
oe Issued soon In Panama.
O'Cor.. -

iVfl been hatted at
India, two .
j.nd two at Hamburg
Germany UP.
Reds Built Up
Forces During
Cease-fire Lull
US. ARMY CHARGE
WASHINGTON. Jub IT,
Tha Arm) and Btata uepsri-
ments churged the Communlsls in
Korea with having used the lull
during the cessettre talks to build
up iintr foreaf for poastbla latav
iiggresslon
The Army said lh;d fragh Chin-
ese troops hnd moved in, and all
evidence pmni- to .1 In
buildup of North K. 1
Th.- Stata Department'' You > 1 (
America broadcast that tin- Coin-
rdutoU' demand for nulling all
foreign troops out of Korea aus 11

o itart lati 1
A
awning for aoma Unw that the
Hnd^ iic building iiu their fOTCOt.
.
i.'rm- gj the Army ip
also paid thai tha n N
forces were prepan-H lo
the new Ren olfen
would be launched \'. '
t;ilk- broke down
Th.- Defonce Dei
nounced that Communl-t cabU il
ties in K. 1 1 1.221.434
from the beginning of the war
through July IBlh
American casualties rc nbout
60.000.
Meantimi. Pn

ed on Thureia) rternooi
evidence ao 'hi I
L*S. goo 1 r
Tito Gs Up To
Thv Mountains
etnp*'* **' I**
lal in Ihe
'.ud pt:i
for possibly inei
!
Marshall said In |
fence pMCranurH
,
euruni
Burope'i
I trim tin

it of .[led thn
1

r, even tha 1 I 1
1
: 1
.
I
Gillette 1

1
1 P
W ./.(.urrency
irrivm
..,1 .
Bden
ing ne
W1
A.


rompany*
currenc) an
. Mr. William
1

gflrt the two Cui
Mr m i) 1
li Govern
I !
tha unlondins. ot
W ^*c fron-.Uif .if'-(' into >
'r"hfng rntireViiH "m.ii had
I-" 1 I',,- I
n t I Mi
V XV <
Th- >i.i!
,.ptv |U
returned to Trinidad
.. .
$8,500,000,000 Foreign Aid Pro-
imme which includes an Hem o(
$50,000,000 for Palestine refugee
relief
Truman explained in ; letter
that the refugee relief programnv
had been carried on during Jul>
through the uae nf existing stock.
und funds from other sources.
But the available resource* were
now nearly exhausted, the Presi-
dent added
Trumar. told leglslatoi-s that a
major atep foi-ward hnd been re-
cently made when the Aral.
League went on record U mvou
of a massive programme of re-
settlement of Palestinian refugee-
in Arab gtatesi Crave damage* t
thl< programme is likely to resu.
aid programme
collapsed beeauae of the tempera
shortage of fund-
iu 1 GRADE July 27.
I
to 'be It \
he led hta regBed iwrtlsans to
victory ova
War II, and mid his people Ihey
should be no more frii- I
Stalin today than the;.
10 years ago.
Starting on Thursday


the 1M1 uprising. H .
Iks at einf. "1 |he Cl<
He then
llai celebi n on
If
Gtabb Padia Will
C rtriinur To Serve
\l>dijllah's I umil\;
.
M
fastis, tin Bi iti 1
1


in 1
els .mall, hut I
hcadquarii
1

I I
. |i ...
1
Abdullah for 2\ years I think I
hi In

much."
-I V
-VP.
To-day*
Weather Chart
Nunrise : 3.4* a m
Sunel ti 34 p m
Moon : I-ast Quarter
Lighting t>: ".08 p.m.
Illch TMe I 1.13 p.m
Low TMe: C.43 a.m. Ul
a.m
STEEL FOR OIL


:-
alloeate
I 1, .Id-uj) 1
Big Three Plan
Meeting In I .S.
WASHINGTON, Julj I

ign Mr
the sign*
' K 'I ii '


eemenl
Wenterrt' Oerm
'ii In North am
. .
Phe An,.
North Ati.tini'
inci led t.> t<
. .

...ii'
.reign M
ive nor 'hough the
beet

en n 1
einion n ng next
'eek.
Morrison hai already dlacU
MARSHALL
WASHINGTON Julj .',
.. 1.!;! v Cenrge M .1
il .11 told emigre** that I.flOO
hi aim* had already
U-8 to Hie Allies
ral Uwight
F. senhower's Atlantlr Pact mm>
Sming "real mojl
,ihnii note roi -
11 RelaUoni Commlttoi
ove wtthoul deli
000.000 mutual aid programme In
met l the "Oommunlal
i iiienge on avei 1 frani He
did btoch
ii amhowi'
Man hall aid ihal 1 indg
large ae tha prwenl roqueu win tx
required In the next \ 1
Mar* 1052 and W. for 11
dt fence am progiionim
II,
leettng
"growing finest of Bovlet lyre
and oppiesfcioii." whirh Ul
dominate the free weetd
1 hi ,mv other meant"
..if thai an> i" 1
itlon will 1
I enhowei will not have
.
.-.,, M
reeantlal thai m N
ulblllty on him provide
l |a with fhe means ul
plishtng hi mlagion M i- the
eeurlty ol n as that
,i oui A lies I itf
.
month the US. had shipped
abroad more than 1.000,000 mean-
uremont ton*- eo,ual to 1 '
I
naval veceeli delivered under tneir
own powi'i
t r
Nehru Likelj To,
Refuse Imitation
To Talk Pemfl
drawn getwei
with a dei
in; them
Uon
0
hi


'i. 1 .lath 1 arallel a Hi

1





.
K 1 .
1
."> H III IU-1IMHIOW
I >)*. Iholi

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l
ground covered in
1 mi i\ ii .1.1.

more than*

It had 1 '

nl nuinhe
ee and
1I1 i.ipI pn
1 government oH
Simultaneously, the geiiN
powegf uod 1
itgWeVrs In the
rhi
eeultod from Ua
Dvlnelal I attth Ihe
Pi Lme alh
.
bout by
I

1 ii ded no
am Intel i"i
......
led, and

I P
Crow i! Prinee
Progi'esHing
i.i'M v \ July n

Cro
1 .1,1 from 1
e urn 1-.
tionrd fraru 1

ii* wUl .'v.- In Basmi

-ii ifng. Ilefoi.. leaving ! aid
mass i- r>mm-ei'-
ing under treatment, Hi I
; I '
1 .
. illme part of th< 1
pilot.

i slclan ho ..

1..
"
nexl 41 Kours.

r r
The "ADVOCATE''
payg for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night.
NKW DCLHI, i"iv a
.1 qtiaraM
. ntatot 1
Mloi ler, Jaw
.-: nd the Japai
l
iDu w. nil
1 r
p. i
I
that th.
him t" 1
1
lid not ci
full leal at aha l'Kl-taii Primi
UaqUBt All Khun'
01 r 'in.- Itlon 10 Nehiii .in.,.lit.
'polnl pearc plan which
lifcel.
Paktetan Prime Mm.
litional invitation'* lot
.it Karachi f......
i Vtbche Triea To
Im>I Cabinet Oriria



resent

1 the
led to dlseuss with Nehru,
affer the withdrawal of trOOpt
'I.. l:ido-l'..ki-

The Hindu tan Tin
. .
.iii.-i Uaquat'i lettet "
Lunt*. and '"lo-
pl,.llie
-1.1'.
Ml) I OR OIL
i r
Mexico err* ju
prltan i.id h.i
: I
It ,,t the Knit*
In)
4 Mextgeu
I
.
s< natoi -
I lit
the results of then
1 P
1 r
A MEDAL FOR WAR HEROES
nkw -: N I
devised for tne -ward I
Nations Oldiers, sailors .
ung Comntui
Korea, it
I.
The I'nited Nations

ular ribbon with the tU\
iier at irertieal U 1
blue, eiuht whitefoi ,
tha medal.
One side of the bron*



mspof 11
I
The ''

en




Forees

all as I:.
author-

nation,.!
make.
.:
.-.

t
mpalgti
The original f
UUl led to the 1
ward i.v the Philippines through
Its chief r||e-(ate ling-."
eral Carlos Romulo t'.r.
"Now I /enow why he always smokes
TRUMPETERS They have such a
lovely flavour so satisfying, so
smooth and FRESH"
THU30PETEA
i #tV I HETTES
ohi \ix \bu.i; t;% i:ky%\ hem:


PAGE TWO
I'.MiHAIMI- \ll\t>' Ml
SATL'RDAV. JVXY 2*. H'SI
CaAib falling
ii
Major Dennis

lay.
I | llon'Mr
'. :
I more, the
I G Miin-
v.
Di r. ii

i
. B Mi John Hcckl'i,


Ml P A K T < r Mi N''-
. .: :
Closed For Reconstruction
' i BrllW) Council Ontu- ..^
I
irlng the month oil
August u linn On I
- fcr*. tt[ im n
mber,

Record Ubrar> will ajwln be open
Jp.TPtlcin Violinist
* lathering with W
A
i* Oj so ma'iy welt-dres.-. women >vear suc/i
FRIGHTFUL HATS
i.
01
.en on the
-i-'ii-.i
f_ - imiihai * trail
rar mis pn
for '.raining

? Husivc
inKn *
I tt*M \
By SUSAN DEACON
m ueacm wnui about
it. pertlng, whom hobtnt U
aking your bfd more
com/orfabfe.
CHERIE SAYS

LAD* l.o\'-i>\
Making Pfl-TtaM hl.i.ir>
1,.K *
First Time For Women
IM3. th-
ol An, rlca
No Protest*
A I w i s u dano an i
. i i I I
Hon
v. ii '
I. ol British Gut n
MlltlCfKtlllJC Will
bi Hon i
; lour of tl
:.- "
lintish Oovi
di <,f TshdMdl Kli..nn. AH I tOU
-,H l'uth Iron' i
.
Unit iinylhiiin to IB] and
I iioily. We rum Ijffii kept 'rimni

lit New.




hath
- v. -
' .'-J-OW I -

I
I




.... ,. i
a. be United Si
lo-nigtii next
TH fUAL DUUMi of the h .
. Id II U,r
* Marine Rote] tonlghl he Waldorf-A*l
OH ice Bov To Secretary
Tl -, .luni Fuu
dinner fh*en Id '
Ml) b9 ' ' > '""
i s.. n
of the Hub a
, not know What 1<
lied undi
urn.

I
'
would

Friuii Hi BMMI


Know the
NO KM fcH NOII LI- *!>'
EMI
ilk* It
...
IKS

I.,'.
loch The GUsBts of hon'm
are \ii J. C. H
Raj O !lcge.
Mr t I Wei I H B I Uajoi '"
:i'i Mr. K N
- hi store tin talit about" <" eon*
,.,...' bo wear, Mi D i
.
lMlllll|. amii'
ii pat] ii. 10s, fa
Ofial Tnrrc was |P
l '"' oach ., Mr. Dt-nt rec
or, !\ Mi M o-N. Campbell. cotujectioni with Mi*- West]
. SI,.Im n'' "" ' .Vincent Am conunCOCed, through his du-
\...... ImpeUltterl ties ,t th- w.-bt Imii.. Commit'*-.
Hi Joaa n D.v, |r. .. r v th- Commlttf
ttutlin'x Promise lbrmei to London, as offlca boy. In the year lBiH
who i* president t the American aftei tin- had *pctn
"'*M
iv J* a
'111 I- 111 the
Summer Holidays
IS DAPHNI I'I M. n r M,
i rid Mr*. S. m
f Bay Sin.,, iw .-. M ci.3
uf th<- patty esan
mil had boon vick in Of
OB A'pm.ill. then Ser-
ratary <>f tba Qiounlttca.
Town Clerk
PABRBLI* Town
ik m! r..r'-i.f-Spaln
Iv, !
id for Uilk. with Sir John
City Chamberlain of Bdin-
Hhellhood ..f Hut- .
Bed ill any puits ''
ot the <' iribJ ".in area
.
the Ann
|
re recently, Hi
k- iioni Jamaica on Thin
'. vsyw 1.1 the writuuj oil noon by h.w i a. to bbobCI the
I 200.000 stake......... with her parents. ,
ux roc hW An, Jjfc. "ft. Tr.
.- ..nu the lUi.trct dexree -i the University ColleKo ,
in. further for- ol the Weal Indies In Jamaica .m U ilhii pointed i.., ,., \
... In- hid losl Line (J'e Urtlvi '-
tZW.OOO of hi.* <>wn moncj In lh
, ho hud no iwitrets about Off To New York
Board of But-
- still tPYlnH TV/!'!- OSWALD STHEAT U on
jl- J*' his w.iv to New York via
Ihotujh Hum- was not n lot of Ihla Trinidad- He left yesterday morn-
ing by B.W.I A. In Now York, ht
Mill jiiii his Mite who i
i aine pla
Trinidad wore Me- Wiili.nn Bi
money
Eileen Will Stay
uTORK |sa Kilccn
'or Barbados Holiday
MISS CLAUDOE i.Kuz.L^IN.
whose brother Audi.
Barbados a lew weeks ago, arrived
from Martinique on ThUI
u.w.i.a. to MH-mi .. Meek hoildaj
n". in Barbadoa, She Mill th> i
Eileen fjeid and i at iir' rli In- "L*o Trinidad '"' /" "''L
King. Iiii.idads youruj Tltev had bee..... Ititrbudos on six beforo ivluining to Martinique on
on. Since her un- weeks'holiday Mis lt.miieids August io.
ful debut at the White City husband hi .iti. the Alcoa Steam- Mum Bunone Ftougery
u I'.. \\ ., A A A i iTipior- ship Co is. I'..n Spain. aistcr Maud who ate bODl Mar-
i ,. imupie .no iiKo m Barbados on
or not to re- Back To The U.S. hoBday, They u% ben
indaV- IV/f'*- SYDNEY A. THOKNK Mho months staying at Bagahut,
. i I., uu mi 1V1 \,,\ been xpf-ndutg twn Slrvam.
I M<'i>>mihi ijaiiej holida> m Ban.. Short Transfer
- re beinf made] to >btam a lurosd to u.s.a by B.W I A on iik kiidik LYDRR "i Barclay.
job for her. Eileen enjoj i Sunday M Bmk u, ,,,.
indfcpi Mr. Thoroe, who hi Bar) ,. England where he h
wiierevvi at i,,, .,, from lh, (1|. (, months long |i
. lony roi the las: 2\ ... si .. terds
rlaweastlt mptoyi d on lh> n.w i,\ n, is on hi
lart of the Datti News New Voi* ; to St. Lucia a
I'lintig bis stay bora in it ,. , by the
l nast ol his Isjttl Mrs. Edith Lad> NKwut.
I Bh "' '" 81 Michael AitIvuuj by the anv plane wan
a u r\ -r -J j e f < Ml' )L",I Mls D L
r.K.U. irimdad bohcitor httle dai^bter n
\mu. AND uus. FRANCIS arrivals from Trinidad
i \ - i>l POWKR arrived from Trlnl and Mrs Clark Bidet and theii
i Hoi- dad yesterday momlns; by B-W.I.A, daughter ByblL Hen rot
accompanied b\ li-.-n two daugli Foui Uu layinj
B H Api ind Bobby Here for two Ocean View Hotel. Tboj
Amerlr ns living in Barcelon
:.. itttT-ta Cambrkbjt Oueat Venesuela. Mr. Elder i* >
TDK Ql RRN'S ml
sixteen in

There is n tendenc-

Vivid colours.
n-i: u-s
IVorU K'niiuFlp | or Woim-i
I i-hi New York
A NEW YORK milliner has de-
-
j;htter-t imined srltti inoonburst
i muff.
I
of tho y..,
tori i

!
Frtim Piffftl
BILVI i
. .
A '
'dr.d 10 1
A

K ISO to C2S.
From IcHMUUW I bw

i i uu aitu
lacks drtM
ment as Contmbarionar of Loca
.1 m Trinid-d. Mi.
nrn n b u been stud) Ii
ml in the Town dark's
ofticr in Newcastle
Semdman
I : .
i
f PUbU I. Hu
ads, !(< spends his


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bed I
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Opposition
ttifts moo h n

CROSSWORD i r r p p i
r- y-
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l r r~"

ti
ir- -\--\-
AOI.VIK M IISI t rU 1 *i P m
DJtf -i ...^^m
New Hl>
"THE GIRL IN THE PAINTING"
sumna mm zarrsaiuKG n>*~Ti beatty n*ftwrt lom
'.-HJX Faun.
i.,...( sMiwau iau mhik* isasseeari * ''i**
"JIGGS AND MAGGIE IN COURT"
i Jo* Vila Km.r RIANU
nriiuh gheri into nir blue
iThr Story ol II .
B.B.C. Radio Programme
SolarSai
I
.. Pm
.
aereea
.,-jT of ib* harmonium. <*i
i.iu raiuer ? eW

... I-M
. Oil
... II
IS In i- >fc
M. Boupo to litc.'Pd. 111
ft. One hundred and nfly irew toi
coTer. fli
2\ Add- reedi to enrtiopa. (V)
Uenra
I, \*\ *t\i at s Hoiau poor. 16)
.-.-Idows. IB)
fi ..-. in
. rivet run. till
ia ocar. iei
.:.. 141
I .! to m aw*rd. IB)
- out a loot snort, ui
Haaleas to sprluiais. i*)
l ? (41
r.. Thin tin can ny. IS)
Jl. IL U olten unooKereO- is)
pad*. Ar*
hon. li
.-oes; .
K-m: I. rlllm-.
ntra; 3, N.
Veil, a ii
Ol.llii: THEATM
...
Week; S 30 |
...
AN.!;
. i
w
H
Id-O tol i r.

Mr. Power
Trinidad,
is
solicitor in
Hh I
there
of the ml COmpi I
tiik \ivi:miiiks oi rn.\
\i.3\
Rupert and Simon40
2?

Kuren

Kh
She'll I,..-...
( to- gj od eon-
i H.30 p.m.
BUD t LOU
onfla with
niaNt(
.TERROR!

imntolc." She dn-ppejn indoors
"id i he ii ihc iw
I li' in
I
thjn a tr.cke*'
I
BY !'iIj \\ A l ..
. .___ By Beachcomber
rVhltc Quten" in
n I Mr, ... J
"Whs n eartn << ypi
:.. d ihe patient. The
rnrtri of the I
water, no llkee Afli |lib i .. .saddle and h
do* i Futlhiih iKmv.' i-e said complacently.
..
: | .". la. H I
Ho*
..... ir .
h'vi ill '/'

I
i WO h'./nlopha
Of fill In .|
Viet
.i.
Hen
rhs
i untrarp uiixsioiiarv He
n Dials hud N
ii nd lake jk:-i i.
hi today."
A KQR> i .....i pon-
i'o tO'a Si \ on, about lurnpuu
I .ell O
.in and children r*am tali a \ do toi er
*'n man to I and on no
account to eat meal Neatl du ba Shed, wuser-liy. U
.died again, and said ternly A cha paow fflass-blouwr Ik
beei < itlng it* < 'ha .i
No such thing' i at, u-ort.
^ i W II. horse I |tf He blew a oreenJunise,
hoi s bbrst.
i LIB MOK'aAX
10 Rio
Music, Dnttctng
Entertainment
throughout the night
Dial 4000 lor '.'iervations
VESTS 79 89? S1.00 1.13 1.15 1.18 1.34
SILK VESTS S1.37 1.47
PANTIES 89? 98s 99c S1.07 1.13 1.29 $1.41 1.52
SLIPS S2.20 2.52 4.88
BRAS. $181 1.64 1.95 2.40 2.70 3.40 4.40 4.43
NIGHTIES $4.10 4.16 4.29 4.26 4.52 4.95 4.97 5.33
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anil Backers
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s\TI RDAY. JULY U. 1S1
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAf.l. rilREE
Re-arming France
Is Critical Problem
(Bv EDWARD M. L'ORHY)
PARIS. July H
Trie problem of transforming France Into a strom; mih-
iiirv i ing the critical itin for U.S. planners.
' Grave polities] prublems have loon some oj tha haftrc
i-lcdce to supply 1" divisions to the Atlantic
army by tin- uud uf the yeara promise which Pn
Vincent Auriol repeated only laU Monday to General
Eisenhower, as he formally handed over the site of SHAPE
headq uarteis.
-------------------------------------------------------The truth of the military situs-
_ tlon here, as It lit being expressed
**llilv 11*111 I fl>4*t more and more openly by all poll-
^111 |S WOn I U<1 Uca| yiifllM OTll as US ex-
pert* i< that M long as war In
Imlo-Chitia continues lo bleed
France of equipment, and huge
turns of mone>. she will not be
able to play her traditional role of
deri aider of the continent
As of today, France has barely
.md a half dhrtaJOHl read.
for Eisenhower It* allfOI |
past the blue print stage, its arma-
ment-.* industry has been *ef)
slnv<, tn increasing output.
While its morale has Improved

Don't f>t
Enough Meat
From Argentina
LOhTDON. July 27.
The London Times commenting
un the Argentine meat situation
said: ""British shipping com-
panies, long accustomed to bring-
ing Argentine meat to this coun-
try in refrigerated space, are dis-
.ipp-nr.ieu ith the limited quan*
* .,dui.. STSSSifiUEKi "JWTooo
'tizen.1, not to mention whole-
so far this year.
#
of the
the 1 flV-niK
Of Iha spine which was fully cm-
ducted on ordinary business lines
From the resumption of ship-
menu at the beginning of May to
the end of this month, not more
than 55.000 tons of Argentine natal
will have been brought forward
for shipment.
Exports fiom Argentina lo .ill
destinations are now restricted to the
10.000 tons a month, and lines es- modtTl
/
W ild Confusion
On Stock Market
LONDON, July 27.
on marked
the Stock Market confronted by
the new QaJtakiafl nmpoMl for
.. I of dit LdejMi
and fortunes toat overnight. High
asm again aapartorKini. prices! industrials tumbled ris-h-
of turning out divisions and left at the opening.
isions with high prlred Ford motor* f.-ll live ahillings to
Ghosl Town Lives
In teams of money and
t.n.iK tha dram is tremendous at
namleBlb waak country
With the threat of sabotage alwayi
lurking behr d a crisis such
Fra
TO Till-: STRAINS of grand opet i ghat* town COmtM
to life In the high Rockies To Ctfrbnto Coionkdo
nond iubtlM lho w putting aa M iri In the o*
houit at Central City- one* the ce e ol gold-mlnlnfi
boom. Saloons have re-opened to I .. drlnka
_.. that only 5.000 tons a month equipmentis something which 53 shillings nine pence. Dunlop
will be available for shipment to any French Covernment trembles rubbers three' shillings 1.. BI lAllf-
the U.K. during August, Septem- to ask of the country. ings three pence. United Mnlnill
bar, and Octobar. French offleUli iwU Iha coal <>f naarly fom shilling- to 33 ahill-
Out of the total authorized ship- raising ,md equipping u modern ings six pence and Vickers six
ments or 10.000 tons a month, ex- armoured or airborne division ji shillings to 4. shillings.
ports are to Bl gil and Other S285.000.000 about one seventh of Worrt hit section .is trading con-
COUntrtaa If tin to*.a exptctad France's record lM arms budget uiiuett was rubber shares.
f 15.000 tons foi Ml-r K of $1.115 000.000 Even an ordln- were ther
are infantry division costs about
$142 000.000.
during the ensuing three months
realized, Ulll will make a total ot
70 0011 tons in the first six months
Of tha new trade agre. i
The agreement stipulated for
exporta of not less than 200.000
of carcass meat and offal.
Iliyh Price
, r S is paying a huge price
foi rajuvanation of the French
ithout dividends for
and have only iu-t begun ta
reward their patient holders when
this blow fell.
Dealers were completely at sea
iiid reluctant to buy at any price
The Brooke family controlling
shareholders of Brooke Bond and
Call For
Islamic
Solidarity
From HAROLD fit'AMI
DOFF tlillliTK m New Y
iiv tot 90.000
Corn"./
. Mayor V
Municip.
Addict lot
pellltarL
out of ev
oomnittfe
, f s> Dai
lion and
1.. adei i
LONDON. July 27.
i Central Asia. Soviet
during, the IS months after its rig- """x- '" '"'* '^' ''^'.^'Vi/ fLorapSLKSJn2ffBlt\^S* Asla" repubuc*. and in Iran. PaK
,,a.ur.. total of 12.200 000,000 is to rxI dt th.ni i: 100.000 when 1 ordinary lslan amj Egypt are reportedly Joyce
hat would
N New \
| 'III IllllllOl,

ire \,
CONS! \Hl.r. SAM SATAN i
New V" ast i Ha ha
recovcree t: stolen can, InalHdfni '^^''-.^:
,i mini t k He has raacisad i
drowntni nan He has fallen
downsUli chasing burglars.
He lonved Sergeant Willi n
THE Barbndoa Turl flub ure
ram celling Scrica XX for the
Mid-Summer race meet A record
number of 75 horses will be taking
pan In Ihtl four day meet and in
IDS about the eft) men duilv
fining races.
rfc At the turf horses are regular It
. a gHthiK their workout. The>
Drug Sic taken to the saa, loo, on
lit lit) i'
V|i|H-al Jadfei
Vary DtfohdlMI

natura,
For this quantity to be supplied.
130,000 tons must be shipped dur-
ing six months from NovemlH-r to
April, a period when supplies are
normally at their largest. This
would provide an average monthly
export of over 20.000 tons.
,i this \car In addition
other 1275.000.000 has been ear- 1o io 10s a 25 shilling toss on
.narked for Indo-China and Hnjll>
Oma I400.000.OOH \, is hun i re lit
ed France for the purchase ar
manufacture of arms
The list of equipment delivered
to France in the first six months of
,0oo when 1 ordinary ,stan and Egypt are reportedly
tiara* fell from Kll IB shillings calling to the faithful for "Islamic
ilidarlly" in a combined UUi
each share At one time shares aon movement againsi W<-lcn.
fell to 10. \*P
H
tons n year or more thai, 40000 "X^ to fraetoS Jm?
torn i month. Consequent! '.^leW mdtanks
during the height of ,hr shipping ^^A^gggk
"","""'*":.....""'"'" rmv ,;, tSShM armed
,1 rerafl
lude
Debaie On Price
Rollbacks
.mpeiialism.
,\ cblnwt mi
cast from Hankow :
of Chines.- Mo
grams to "Moslem*
of Persia and Morn
umist broad-
.uii .i iimiini
had sent telc-
and worki i-
-xpresslng
liberation move
n. refrigerated space will only
bv ball Mled
Ships carrying Masai I
mails must be malntali i
servlca, and U
to carry all the Qmltad shipments
likelv to be ofh
TAKES OVER FROM
BRIGADIER PAGE
i|>om Our Own Cot-Mpotid*ii1 >
PO(T-OF-SPAlN. July IS.
Brigadier A. C. S. Jackson.
newly-appointed Comn I
the British Army in the Caribbean
area, arrived in Trinidad this
morning to pay
visU to Trinidad..
I
Hi taken
equipment that was soon to he-
come obsolete. By the end of the
war the French army had for all
hhNIiI purposes disappeared
!' | . | ,u i Dthll |
about replacing it.
Now she has to start from the
beginning, equipping and training
inking fofce. To train
this force she des|*mtely needs
25 000 BTftTy officers and non-com- * ., .-..,..
missioned officer-. flBhtlng among tering quota question
155 000 troops in Indo-China a Chairman liurnel I
potential core for a new French said co
pport for ttv
ments. *
The message said' '"Moslems in
China cannot sit idly by and see
Moslems oppressed elsewhere We
must oppose imperialism in uiu- hlgjBssst
on with all Moslem countries and United S
.ill oppressed nationalities." 71.950)
In Sinkiang province, the chair- |asj. Sa-
il of the Paopla i DssBoarafii ..jn 1.,4t
SI-
s^i'K ' i-r-^-'-.r.rKsr,
will spend live days here.
coming to the Caribbean, he was
Officer Commanding. Northern
Area, East Afnm
WASHINGTON. Julv 27
Kxhausted Senate and lieu
eunferees ended an all-night si
slon early today with only u
issues blocking agreement on t
compromise bill to extend econ
ton controls for one year
Conferees said they reached
tentative ugi.cixcnt on tin- aOMD
mem permitting prl.t rollbaiks to League broadcast a riecUruli"ti OH
prv-Korean levels provided in- behalf of Moslems of Asia in sup-
creased costs may be uddnl tu port of Moslems in Iran
ceiling prices.
The other issue still in doubt hymputhy
the controversial beef slaugh-
He aUd: "The sympathy of Is
Mavbank people ot Asia and the Moslem
reserved the' right nasse* lies with the Persian
,.pcn discussion of the roll- people
i tha lift of actress
Matthews, found wilh he:
,. i in produeai Bilhj
Hose's apt.rtnnnt
just psi Baa iha m -
to fo off-dytj H
night. S i WliO call siimiiioiiil tfftl M
to a fth-fsooi badfi i
Bivadwu- Hotel Woodward.
Then-. one leg of
Mri. Fst. Ryan and pulled hi
I the loom as she was
about to urtla Into tha Mreel
Ceimeii is 'lay/re'
AC1M-1-- I
sroman In tha
l 1040 (HO uu
tin honottf in
u.i n ct:
Mlk
uf stealing IhTM
ouraop, i\ paw
pawn and some tomatoes, all
v.i!ued !*rt cents, Sarah Johnson
,.i Coniifil Town, St. I.u.y was
.-terda.v fined 1 by the Judges
of the Assistant Court of Appeal.
tfl Q I. f^vlor and Mr. J W. B.
Chenery
Shi ah also haa lo pay I S lo
Moituiiei Johnson fmm whom she
i lole the fruit an.l vegetables. In
.mi*oatng t*n- Ana Iha ludjgei
varied tha daclaion of Police
Magistrate Mr. S H Nuiw. Mr
had Hoed Sarah 2
1 in- bM kciound of the case was
i.. Barah fohnaon that
'he wii in eharsja of the land on
Which the tilings wen- growing
and it wai not Mortimer Johnson's
land, sin- ihd not oanj picking
ha fiuits
She pnKlme.1 paiiei-. t > try to
prove thai the land previously
balonsMd to her grandfather and
handed over to William
K L I M
51b tin A_ __
now45.98
lib tin
NOW-$1.35
;.ke tv
and be -
I go to ll
My heal"
1 In- lay i
In
Ad Johnson fiu
I go Ol. I oil.
tORltC bomb. Then
(at That I don't Ilk.
.....rnportanl Hoas
If I got Jiia.nuo dol-
k I wouldn't know
l: othei
ants *o be p KSrai lo
whom she produced
e pure wotc, add KUM. shr |
_ e pure, sofa mils I
KLIM
aere sefe
MILK
Take
and you have |
Kim
urni *tn"
pSfja in atlFIVINCE TMI WOSID OVS.S
f Attnrnev
Iin.Tr^Mor.- My/eough has quite gone
tin- French are
Jgaln tvirnniK out equipment In In-
creasing numbers hut In heavy
sttif U is K-illlB at 9 criiwl.VV.
,,. hating slaughter quotas "to pre- ~0
vent black market.'"
May bank scheduled
meeting at 2 p m. today
Assistant librarian
Accepted Bj Leeds
INQUEST WILL
CONTINUE TO-DAY
ufti of Central Aslsrf*.
,l tin- i'ii.
riother lion was "favourable to the Per-
sian people in their light for In-
l\P. lepcndence"
In Iran, Ayatullah KashanJ,
leader of Fidayan Islam but areeft
the
$10,543 Oollectetl
At Piarco Airport
lublished eorresp-mdence lietwi-en cn,,a"
W1IF-N be lost hi IBpaal aMlnal
is.li.o Magistrate Mr. G. A.1
whnl to In With them In oihei MciXH)d., 5/_ nne der|tion for
..... l"""1 w ratUnsj t.. produea bla ditvtaal
be hesuth r. Ucansa <. pijiieaassiii MjmiUon
LONfNM IMMTORN idVUd ,t.> lev of Villa (toad, flrlttans Hill.
12-yenr-ort Henry Hookes par- nj(, Io |U,V MI1 uddllional 7 -
Uka tha delicate boj i .,,.,! costs. The Aaaisum court
1 '" Uve ,;f Appeal Jucbjas who heani the
a few yean more. Tl > did and appaal yesterday, were Mr (J. I,
k>->] in Led hi Taylor and Mr J. W 11 Ch-nerv
ad hi iu4th birUiday. n- fee Cosart load Bsrytoy he was
has outlive! his Wlft and two |,.Ckv in (Frum Oui 0*li fi.it*-<0 PORT-OF-SPAIN. July 25.
Revenue collected at Piarco Alr-
V
Mf and Altaf Hussein In his
counterpart In Pakistan. Hussein
enota to Kaahanl, "Pakistani
peopie have eomplete sympathy
with yoUl saereil stiuggle'
Kashani said he had Invited
'aialaaimii of Anbta and the Isi-
I.I H II.*' HIHll.H H. w*m.w
p.,rt during the month of June was emlc world to
for
[iil
Mr Carlyle A. Burton, rURTHBB hai
: Librarian. PulHh: Library Inquiry Into ti aj Ohirga
has been accepted by Leads School afcConnej of Brereton, st Philip
I lanahip lOf one-year will be resumed today before
course beginning early in Septem- Coroner C W Rudder ej wm
ber and leading to the Library District "B Curl, bl. (.eorge i,n542.13 which was *428 74 less the purpose of establishing ll-
As social ions' Registritlon at 10 a.m. than the previous month, stall a amlc solidarity. Pakistan news-
Exanilnttlon. MeCnnney mot his death when reiea,c (rom lhc Director of Civil papers five prominence to the
Mr Ilurton v. (II U i.-i voived In an accident on Aviation. This amount further in- msage sent by the C.rand Mufti
i unidad at the end of this Stepney Road. St. George with the dlclt a continuous drop in rev- _.'. Palestine to the Prune Minister.
n.onlh after having completed motor car M-66B owned '"', anus at the Airport from April
three months training ^at the- drivi
Pahlsiap but
shared by all
(irowing a record
llU.l.tHl rolf a, crop in lo--
f.i | i rmv a poa illty Cotton
bales for firm*'- dellvi i. re dos u
, |hn in New
The offence was committed
May 22. when Bayley was drlv-
ii,. tin- e.n M-l2 d.
I*
Eastern Caribbean Regi*
I y diMtish Council*.
M-6ti owned and ,.,,,, Bl tfM. Airport from April. Llaquat AH Khan which said. All
bv Carl Fields of Roebuck Of this amount aerodr.me charges Moslems believe it is tDelrdut)
nal Street. St Michael abut I4S realised $0,856.90 and $684 17 to see thai the defence of Pi
p.m.. on July 21. from rentals.
230 ObMlston Bradshaw
reported Bayley said lhat the
(r came dnaan the Pina Hiwd
stssagsnrj ,...^ attairile Ulo. Srlfhoul ht*ad light burning 1
"' put oul mj hand to rtop him, Mil
he only SSOppad aflat he got pasl
and had turned on Ins light-
He then asked mr If I were blind '
pc Bradahaw sahL Ba*ia
., unable to uioduee his lii-ence.
, i eas
Hah
that
"
The
aid
. not the burden
alone, bul one to be
Moslems who must b;
. Uvi .
. Irophj
v the lah I '
for) M P.. for the ship
the Atlantic th
iUSSM Mary hokls the re-
svarasyj speed -* i *>i* knots)
trophy Dscauae
i !|i-
APPEAL WITHDRAWN
Winston Wal.olt of Maswell
Hill. Christ Church, yesterday
. an appeal he had
naoe
Uwandre- Fran.-l, liner Normandie Whan S!dMlP^T*iB&***C
igion tight to the death in defend- the Noimandlr burned it Ne1
ing Pakistan and Kashmir
Soviet broadcasts in Twueh
and Arabic languages monitored
here recently, urged the establish-
ment of the Union of the whole
Islamic world.I'.P.
fpiIEIR goorl looks teTl you they're;usl right.
You know, too, when you look at the price
tap, that you can't get finer valor. Illustrated
is a Full Brogue Oxford. Tied io ever; pair is
the John White Guarantee Shieldthe sign
which means ;ul right'/ Look for it in
leading stores in Darbadoe.
made by
JOHN WHITE
means made just right J
New Plant Comes
Into Operation
Fli.n On. Ova i .poiMlnH
GEORGETOWN, July 24.
The first section of the Agricul-
ture Department's new processing
plant has come Into operation,
while oth.i sections continue to re-
installed at the Kingston premises.
The section in operation is mix-
ing stock feed mechanically, hav-
ing taken over thi- lob from the
Government Produce Depot, where
stock twii used to I* made by
ham;. The mechanical].
of atock feed ensures a better ois-
IribuOon of the Ingredient* within
the mixture.
When the plant is completed it
will increase the Government s
drive to Improve the Colony's
pcasint farming economy. It will
be having units for canning pine-
apples, grapefruit and oranges.
and for the conversion of corn
cassava or the like Into flour
It Is hoped that the flour manu-
facturing unit will lx* ready in
lime 'or the next torn crop, whlcfr
Is expected :o be around 800,000
lbs The new plant ill also sup-
ply storage and rirving facilities
which wlfl render surplus produce
less liable to attacks by Insects and
moulds.
Ii'42 the tropl
.Ml luiined. too
No\< An.in "i> an r.k.ng aO
kt it i|;.oti. Nastl y*a'
-*
lave rack id the (Jnien Mary's and
8 8 h
Turpfn's l.w
Till C.LOVFS wine' ::
nn in tha bin nnhi ap-
D a New York TV (no-
il's News U> Me." The
H.O.AC flew them over and will
psssh to-rnoiiow.
New York is discussing an
official feleotne for Sugar Ray
Robli 'i with a tld
hower down Rroadwaj.
(.1 M RAL MOTORS plan to
make 38 pee cent fewer ears in
I months thin th.-/
ma lima i*.--i %.'..r
The steel Bared will go for le-
fence Vat thev will still he mak-
ing S1'II32 cars during thos<> W-
odd daitf
The la\f fling
I"" Lrm WHEEL*, dice
f'~ 1. u/alwyn's decision of t\ In
14 days or 14 days Imprlsonmenl
when he found him tmilty of em-
l>e//lement
Walrdt used to work with Cecil
Awards delivering milk f<-i him
- fraudulently embezzled
received fr.tm W Thotiiaa
who took milk from Edi
Harbour Log
In C*rliile Bay
km i-.< N'-Ii-ti M V ill*r*UI S-li flunihhw M Stl
Mates nrn'irtim. iii mnmyti D P
Kill Rlnb..- V VI. Mu.lr.~l W.llrwr
r..n M.'i'e' "" OyrB r "in
| B ''ill-. Verl.t M.ri.ui#.
fv., M.i .. BellS SfoltS. Srh
| .. ,. M V \** '"' H*!"
Ii.nr. Vldll K"""le. S a MMc.iH
h s >( M V AnU't. II
a h

Hill.
Lad?
..I
into
tatrnns and all could sink
havement b* winch :mil
whenever :h-.<
threatened to rod a
f -house at Cheboygan.
n. Rut one night police
the donini.m .md got m
he could thiow the lavai
a* the place to vanish.
la ass
AaaivAL
..- al DtM rapl Mnl. <"' i
r>*r*BTi a
. iM. I.HI I"
. lor Trlr.ld-1
,nr Freedom rtSSfly. tons net
,i,( DaBoeha. f Oreaeda
I * r.l?rre-l 1S8 iwi hat. Cap* War
o dT Munliral
- V I'aiibl-*. ISO l.rt> n" Capl
I can enjoy smoking nowl
|H, oifh bMh<'*4 mt fv re*l -"Hi
fttafiy I i-ol fouad lo fiea up Wio*in|
Suf iha tar" d.dK'1 t >" ">'"' "SJ
KWkai. rhe"llaO'dotl7UtMtoi.|i
sskextfa ii "**."'M "*'"
ta-fh d-dn'f feii m '"J '' iz* &!.
Ho* J injarN re ffU P>p*l
Warming, tomforuni 7obei Couah
Hiatwra aoothes the tiw throat,
nops irrlunon and lo.iiorjtet the
chsi. iti acallani for couth*
rltlng from told*, bronthial inflam-
matloe, (hroit dryndn and ovr-
imoklng. Zubai Cough W.oitr|cu
i o" your i lifti qwlcktf
COUGH
MIXTURE
i nal. Capl
More Kk3 In B.G.
V< ans LiM Caillf
CLUB PREMIERE TENNIS
Yesterday's Results
MKN-8 8INCLES
A. W. Symmonds 'teat LeR-
Hlackett 0, 6 0.
F. Edward* beat J Robtnaon
01. 8.
LADIES* siNfil.t.i
Miaa s. Orsflth bash Misi G
Crimes *-l. 62.
Moml.i\ rixttVe*
MKN'S DO I'RLE S
C. B. Torde and W D"
\-s J. E. H B Black-
Omi

nut '
a
MIXED DOl BI,X
Miss E. Parru and F. Edwards
urea f
e pror.'
of arm
In IV
and In
ol bee

pared
Of tb
WDpl l
MM D
eontii.
past t
towi
.F/JRCET(iW.V July 24
expansion being carried

na* had an unfavourable
>n rattle production Flg-
' the past three years show
eaahra drop in the number
all tlj-ughlerfd
.. .
400. in 1049 It was 17.745;
ItSOir,.043 The amount
consum' d in Georget'>wn
I was 2 140.000 lbs. eom-
-Hh 2 300.000 lb in liMB
ovantltles tin* Itupununi
I 520,000 lbs in 1950. and
lbs. in 1949 Pi
s lo drop and d
> months there ban baaa
maallos day- in QeorsjS'
In Touch with Barbados
Coaat Station
C.bia and Wlr*le>* iWaal Indian LU
*lww lhat thcr tan r.w eommunirnw
viUi Ihr lullewlng tftlpa Ihraugh man
Itatladoa Cnm* Walton -
* 1 namwlh Mill S 1 MiaiiMmefl
|'if!r S a Theodoam. S B Cllct- H S
frlllo. S B KaUMla. S S Dl-igled-l'. S S
i -. Tra)anut. S
t n 'I .ifpnQf. B S Sam-
ana, a Araanlin". S <
itmcliafjotd. 8 S fcsnlen Plo'iaei H
tSraaU, S AK r..ir,r-*n> n H toiiannlt F Cio^Undila
aketaai. OS Potoeaa. M Skaa
.,i,ii a J'-t-n tn-i.d-i. as
(-<,.* TiaU. S F*. Il.ill.i.l.n
> I V-llyrien Mink fl S Nyholt, B.a
I a Aiicap S.B. atanvK
ITetoria. S S Ceoaiht. S S Mrrto. a S
.,i.i...
niideman. a S Artraa. B H Alna F.nM.
rr. S B Jonn Chandrit H S S SlaM
1 Alraa ,Pllri'. PWUcra*. a
n a Cabia. a a Kinaviid*-.
p h ivmaaa. HS Hamralw. S a
i H Pioditn * Thrrma.
'- A i..". a a hrafcrae... s a Jana
M..va S B Bonllo. a S HuMtw. S H
S S Maco>. 1 * M'ml-al-
t ! 1 Iwl *.-!. B l.'i-l- aBMOM
<* Adnallra >IM> S S BnUm
l-roaaerter. B B Clan Farfc
Si Bvaralt. B S Ubravin*, a 3
Alpha. S Kalcrert
CRAWFORD'S
CREAM
CRACKERS
a
CRISP
&
CREAMY
Thvy'rf Simply #Se/#V/o*
N.B. Hhlialil I .mn enjoy Crawloid's Cream
Cra. kcri williout fear ol any ill elfetta.
ASH run:
CRAWFORD'S
C R EA M C R A C A E R S


TAOF. KH'rl
BARBADOS \HVOCAT,:
SATIRDAY, Jll.Y -S. IftSI
BARBADOS AtVOGttE
i-----------1-...f__,
Saturday, Jul) Hi IISI
TEMPLE YAIIII
THE need for a public market
Clly has been I
slon for some lime and tbfi B
Michael decided tl
: mend t" the VeMry "thai
Yard be taken over as a public highway,
tad Into ;<
ken; and thai

cocnav be acquired to provide space (or
The Director <>f Medical Servie
Hlgl
Colonial Kniiineor and the CCfJUl I
Invited to take part in the
discussion ol III Mct'l. \'s mOtiOB. They
thai if tins tcmpoiaiA arrai
tary condition! cause,! by th>
hawkers in U I fa and alleys >(
the City it was wmth while.
it will ! remembered thai the Ommii-
siuners alter loi aetl Btin avcrtJ spots in
the City decided thai the area
Tudor Street. Suttic Street, and Watklna
Alley would be ., I for .l
market. They recommended that the land
and buildings should be acquired (or this
purpose, Owing to the le^al dillieulty in
the titles o( some of the properties, the
Comnii- m Interim report recom-
mended that the (.overnment should
acquire such of the properties as were
available. The scheme wai estimated to
eoai a sum In the vicinity of i: 40,000.
It had not been found possible fur the
;menl to embark on Ihe ICheflM
owing to the amcunt of capital expenditure
involved and in the meantime, Mr. Mottley
has suggested the temporal > ihcmc for
the conversion of Temple Yard into a
vegetable and fruit market
The new proposal has the merit
a market in the Immediate city
area and putting it m a spot where there
is a driveway all round, where there is a
'bus terminus for country lines, wh-ie
there is a perking area and where the
vegetable market will be adjacent to the
meat and tish markets
It is now left to the Vestry to recom-
mend to the Central Covemment the
adoption of this scheme, the cost of which
has been estimated roughly between two
and three thousand pounds.
The Commit nonet nude it clear that
this was not to be an alternative scheme tc
the one for the establishment of a market
in Tudor Street. It was merely an attempt
to remove the unsightly and insanitary
conditions now existing in Tudor Street,
Milkmarket, Busby and Luke's Alley.
conditions have been the cause of
much public criticism against the Sanitary
Authority and the Government.
The Police have deM.sted tnun drivini:
these hawkers from their improvised
markets on the streets because of the ab-
encal ol proper market space
This point was not overlooked by the
Com mission or s who made it clear that if
and when tne temporary market is estal
lished in Teoiple Yard it will be necessary
to compel iikwkeis to use it.
The t-ublic too will be asked to co-oper-
ate. It will then mean that the Insanitary
conditions In the alleys will be removed
and the fourteen side streets between
Broad Street and the Wharf and Broad
Street and Swan Street would be available
for parking and ifflc.
Socialisation lias I ailed MBODY'S
DIARY

A-^1 m uhiiB In i iih.i
THE establishment of apodal
mental agencies for the nnaneing i
mir developme beini firmly written
into the economics ol under-developed
areas. Under the Law for the Agricultural
and Industrial Development of Cuba of
" I 20, 1950. Cuba has rcentU
established a Hank of Agricultural and
Industrial Development ol Cuba.
This hank has an Initial capital of 15
milbon pesos and a developmcnl fund
of 10 million peaoa, divided equally be>
tween its Agricultural and Industrial
Divisions, Both capital and development
fund may be Increased by further govern-
ment contri earned proiits
The loans contemplated in the lav
on loin;, medium, 01 short term.
The tist major operation ol the new
bank in the agricultural field is to he the
financing of coffee production. To secure
funds for Hans for this purpose, the bank
will issue bonds which will be guaranteed
by the security offered for the loa
this manner the bank hopes to avoid using
its capital l"!
The i preacril
ment ol rura oil arid
These are t
operatives "i ganiscd to extend cred
ities to their members; to (aciltt
production.
transportation, diatril
sumption of products; and to ci
may aid
agricultuial production.

f 39flO0.0O0


MMPLl Til \ I SOX l M W v
TION '* WHY?
Bl \i -i: in i .i M> R "iio
MIGHT MAKE II WllRK
CANT IU FOUNll
al ihcii

I
i- literacy rim nark, slor-
'
i ilayi."
Ill UN \KI1 IIAKKIS
,--, a

i i isjdaa
I
n Car-
diff.
Always Excuse*
the < (Ml workers ore com-
. .i,' |
i.nlway junctions,
they :ay, i making anothrr coal
. rlsis morn probable.
The Hallway Executive replies
that the congestion 11 due to "t
flOftoe* i't trained
IIK.HIK niMKiES AND
POWBR (il- THAT WTI.I
<;o ON ma l KAKs
Why has i i Citrine, with a
.
leader, failed P
other nati'in;, d Industries like
coal and tren-pr make success
if. p rtly because quail-1
ni: 'use developed.ini

BJ MaM only
%. mus could cope
with Ihe jch. Such a man hadn't
i A would
L* it.I'S' uiih 'I. thai he would
jet lh- job.
f.AS
Soak i i r.......t
CLOSED
FOR
(...
nflde
of 2.663 In H
excuses and alw;>s ileti rioutiot:
It Is not manly that in. Ti,i -
iMlab : mm of pa,8.......M
Where
rd la* |ha larae !

i.d the
o! 13
then will certainly


'Any '"
nd the taxpayer will l>e
>
< 1

COAL
Deaset) Peeeer, Scarcer

and London Tran.-port fare
which will hit particularK
; w\......M travi I ci.il)> i"
. ., wurk.
war. And it is poorer in Tfu, minimum fare on London
train* will be
Bven .]. ., ... (.ui ram will
''' BOSl anoU I more.
Ill tl
,,.! will U- IB*, in tlM l more
1' Hi io befora |ba war; outside Lon-
n il will he nearly doubled.
p ;,. .... uui ntabic
mpori

ki wiatar,
i thai
... d to t
u. mUtM rt with a
I I Man

B ' In fact 1 i
Th. in.-ii like theli m > ' w
i ttic lhal they ira
by ihe hunciretl.
The New Man
put tha rasponatblUiy for that
on Lord Hyndlaj H i I
head Ii provai
1
-l be Ihi
foundaUi

i ike !'
t.ons tl
The lias ch:
per cent, ash i
io pei e
cause we hmt<
thaiir il ii i
ichal
HlaM or The) compl
Lord I
. item to i
r- Hi '.heir
ilhi-f increase in mainliiie -hy free-etiti prla* coatt
ip nv in t;
Has had born nationalised only
m i
ini[ thf consumer started.
korna of the nereases are more
than even the i n portan
! I i bi *
Part i"i
probe Into Ihp runnWi
South-Weal C Hoard.
Traders In tnat city have pto-
AIm .ulv a 10 \k-\
II foith in freight rates h;i
iK-en pushed
i : nil
wiill/ one i
rllr dl0lculf Io W'l
- ihey soy. like all
ol piufllaailng by,
rallwi
eet u ''
....i the hi
SIMIAV Alive wilh steamships, the harbour
was a pleasant sight to me II not to a boatman
friend of mine. He complained bitterly that
he eoutdn't get a fare for his row-boat, yet the
I- were crowded and most Irregular in
Ihelr trips to and Iron Has French liner.
It seems strange that the row boat owners
, .aled to see the writing on the wall
althouKh it has been there so long that it should
almost be erased. Why haven't they ganged up
hi twos and threes and purchased outboard jt
motor boabrt It would be a paying Invest:. . 1
Whan DO) imployed in transporting passengers ; v
in the shipping the owners could take visitors,A
i up* along the coast. ^
. al the row boal for harbour work

ONIMY Who is it tnat said the hands of the;
clock cannot be put back. Today there was
an alarm uf tire on the Pierhead and the hands
Of the etoefe wore put back for me. I became
a schoolboy on the roof of the three storey
buildllij at Harrison College watching a Are
i i.inl which lasted more than two
The fire sticks in my memory chiefly .
Ihe school could do no I sworn. Luckily
Ihe tire this morning was quickly brought!
under control.
REPAIRS
Advocate Stationery

C0NG0LEUM
In colours and design
match or lone with any r
schrsse
^ SQUARES
3 yds
i 3 yds. and 3 yds x
4V yds
6 ft. wide, rut to your
Requirements
PLASTIC TABLE COVERING
45 Ins. wide. Win i I and ALL COLOURS
* It) I .iln.LlI
to 6*. In the I
One small p
|g 50 incensed .
in the t more
B| .,::
board to take
I'M. > "(
Patchinis'
Would it I* battar policy to re-
. i. U mpt more pas-
sengers'' I>ord Murcomb. brus-
N" He narei teta
. lull
AMI WORSi: STILL HE
MM 1 \RI.S THAT THE RAIL-
V\ \^ -. II AVI SO LITTLE
HONEY TO SI'IMi ON RE-
NEWALS AND Ki:i'MRS THAT
RE-EQUIPMENT IS VERY
DIFFICULT. "IN THE MAIN Ministry of
VS'I.TS AK HEIN I II INSTEAII OE KEI'I.Af ED."
i nl ., keij sarloug atate ol
iiflairs. A duuiuleting cummeii-
lary on the efllcacy of nationalisa-
tion.
Why has Lord Hurcnmb failed.'
Uecuuse he Is a great civil servant
and runs the railways the way
Whitehall run.-, il* tlepartment*.
la Transport is top hc,iv> with
administration, and its adminls-
llh in Nottingham
Mlns charssd 13s.
the East Midland
it has told the
i Ihe gas lamps.
AIRWAYS
t40, Since 1946 hen the ..u ...>-
were socialise the taxpayer has
bad to meet ' ol mora than
l4ri(HHi.i on the costs of the
ivll Aviation are
lege of owning the
b in i-n costing the tax-
payagg gbout 2.ikK).ou .i month.
What presents a profit being
]. It is the old story. Stale
\'i niicnce ii.d admlnLitratlve
overloading.
C MILES
Now TnrellabV
When a no -i" .litical board ot
experts took over the Cable and
Wireless netw ik in 1947 it con-
i job.
, vi ii 1-n-.^ jiri>'
rtly big enough ljnued to ^ .1M,nablv wcU run_
though profit- of 1.722.000 were
Now Lord II.
plaea will Sir Hu isrt How -
- frdnd it igoMo/tiMdafaotaof aodal- ,m,-mA_
. ,, ,| you can*! always give '
fVtU ' ..Lun.mt jobs to the men best m
lilted by experience for then
1 '"' The waiting |iieue is always a
gUSSi ............. long one, and too often men have
tn lie selected for rcM^onj other
ih.ni then eomrarMaea
RAILWAYS
Dearer, and Worse

.,i dm Btala 1
"All the i
i tin- rotlwam haw* lm-
, |. u.ue IIl..*
Vta>
KLECTRICITY
High I'riccs. I-es Juice
i ity nude 4.391.01)0
proftt in its first vr.....t n
iMitmn, lullowcd by 7.103.000 last
Indeed llw Fedi I' i. ,- that due to belter ser-
PBr from it. The profits
,.( rharocti lh* railways do eama from higher charges.
-u.r ii'riY (rosters oi U*M <" In In the ttnW -...is before
prs*tl i"" ilffljys." IHlllSHlsastlflll thl price of alSC"
Traders say they can never be irktt> gredualb nu, Within a
,, rhen Of When Uw .. weaka of Ihe instnllntion of declining pi.illts
,!l arrive. lord Citrine U elcrtncitv chief
prices started going up,
IN SOME AREAS CONSCM-
ERS HAVE imp THKEL PRICK
INCREASES IN HIKE!
VE.ARS or STATE OWNER-
SHIP
HESPin: THAT. LORH
CITRINE lOITECASTS STILL
Then, last year, ihe Post Office
became respoi inle for the admin-
istration. Anil the rot set m. One
i.i'n wrote to Cable and
Wireless:
"Your ra1 .- ntet has be-
come comi'U-lvly i n re I la hie
utd Is a neaacff lo any firm
.nyaycd In Kivrsca* busixcss
"The delays cuiiiplotiird of
are hcyond anything which
can be errun-d on the (/rounds
o) t<'i"TrartJi/ hcoi*v irnflir
. Thvy are du>- Io a
complele I'dffrV'cnre on Che
port of i .r oryin i.ofion al
U now irti'ls."
Wilh MCOOd-rata service has
gone the uniBI story of 8leadily

odd thinu
II
TtucN
i
farm h) Sl i
,,i Sheffield ila ' u
Ten t'Mis ol potm g n"d was
N ,
wonder that even Aneurin
F.evnn i* i-discovering the \ n-
enterprise and hM
pUbUl i' | II '>'
State adi'iidstrotoTS can't do a
lob, [hen ; ~.ralc ftrmj should be
ta io If."
-LE.S.
Lou IJving Slainl.irils llolil Hark
I i n|ii4*al IikIiisIi i s
i ta i ereatj
In : Induat
. to h.
.iii^: con
oountr;
vhlte soap stc
the ioui.'.mi
P i ri :r!l-i!i"i
than in colonies?
Dr. civ rlotte

lal Raw
.
Rom reh Pelloai .i
Glrton Collese, i irnbi Idge and ol
H
I
It i hardly
Maurillus sugar induslrj- to turn parllcul
mil .. Mii.r el lnwer pol.nl;
than It used t.. do:
the tine, tim-.l
duly ol) bind*
lined in Taosanylka, ihould it >1"' umple i
Di npH 'lit, Ihfl 1' K iiresent pn
Ihe bnpo ill n in the H.S.A tlH
.i i.iii i> il. tin.-. Import quota* on Induatrlei i
white ausar trom the depanden* lali I
,.. that '
*iol:
Di Leubu iu" 'i
In
lap, Ihe output of n
raw material Is Insuffic-
ient to feed a modern plant ol U
hibitive Wlille her pe-
anufai Ihown I-' l.eubuscher that iher
asons to explain u
onlnanl inuaUon In
cturtns counlrlea ol
ocessing ram nvatar-
iropns. ana notai
.nieiu'i uf thai m1.ii-
iiu iea-itirtly *pies-
she conunenU,
a conclusive an- iao-odd paae rahune a dttaued maybeuki aa proof-of sraduaU)
analyslj of the prcepeeta ot ii"- evolvl . in the division
1 ihe avalL caaaJnl In five main catagortaa ol iVjnial products cocoai copra tempei I* e ^n eral con would ap- oil plant rstoducta ondi arounchiut*; "Bui It ren <^\ ih
thai ivernmenti able to de- daal; 10011 rant; and Umber. I* for more tangible -1.
e Dwlr own trade policy and The Ida 1 atanplo wh chan The oraei
for 1 ttai ti- ncura .1 diverained ' - iu'i". hether carried on
a high dn Hi- melency, colonial acootanj by ettlng up under mone turtle or competm
will find it 1 it a plant lor proeesslna locally pro- e?n bscUon man ccaonlal dueed taw mab la dl ailed
, >>\ <-i iiment.s. by Dr Leubuaohet Few ci th
HVOOBtCa <'f such a COUI
ri.e latter *ili teal my9t atop to enquire why ao few oi
the nth re an far bear.
up ..'111 1 tabllahed In lha colonloa Th
wineh mi. 1 pel intral baos^rround had to be faced m m!,klni. .,,,,,. r
to toiduiuiei In Uie home country. ti......al cUi iUc condil
st have a deep effect
Hie lot .ion of prow
trie
In view averaton from bellel
the siipe'ionty of largn-acali
pradUCtlon In all circumstance-,
and a tendency towards deeentral-
laaUon In Ul luslrlal organisati
Lna manufactur- |(H.mi,r;ii
the prospect of
local marketj, in
tterlal In tropical
,,-- 1.1 local market
t could often utter-
bram from poaltive- wnion, u not Darnna manuractur- jeehnical ~pru reaa to "aid "tropica
ly counteracUna rucb develo) In] h ether, tended to ,,illsir,,.s ., ,tiKhter than in th>
production c.-ts. econo- ,,,, -Sh(. M,a po>ihilitics m the
bad it easier Ihough no* necan- mlc and technical baclcwanSnaa Rjiidini ui
. ..,i teaulttna In lac* of trained ai
OfeXChanSe lehahle lalx.m made-iini-.e lran- mintries. 1
1 and in and I
nlsUM only of ihi lock
Dr. Leui
turla. the temp i .
evi. a I ":1 mft* 'lv I1"* ''"V1**1 ''"' '
."' ", ' "
n| Industrie blame<
ffi rent barkwardne*
had been at hving m
..... o- I
irane
. ,., worklni out uructeaag whkh an- aeon
.mil- paj hla cane sugar to be refined In productt k CO
nUnuoui procaai ba u- raw brea
nd the litue promoting wi
ttenl to making aav iiiBostrlea, she aays.
rUcularly aeaipted to convarttna she ihmk> that -" IneavMual
In the tropics are caaaa m larritory wll often be too small
Inl devetopmenl of an
ti .mi doubt various economli an i bschnlcal emcient ln< rtry. "The market
. i irhlch explain the '' ! CupplipfJ would therefore
kon piedftntinant locution egional. eomprlstaf
1 i aa, and a pre-
..
,! lala. would be the 'rnoval of obstacles
adli x me ti
countiiea f'.r the of trade hei aen the lei
region, such an
g, Mich as the
of the lack of trans-
|
taai to-
ol her rai
, root rau.e for the
roceaalng for luch
lUaaadi or limber."
economic, +.
and a low standard m
lanv tropical eoun- PaVfOAf M
/ in Africa." Over-
I h e fundamenlal
ha the
itrles would on Ihe
appeei lha moat
lo devehipment of

i l asMl Have lha ear agents heard the latest |
iegiil.itii.ns'.' I am afraid that it will affect j
then pocheta. No one who has lo do business
ri Hi lilasjluwn will tnid it profitable to purchase
car if these new regulations remain in force, i
This morning my car was blocked in by
another car in the car park opposite the
Il MI. A Building 1 immediately looked for
the friendly "Peggy" to extricate my car, but
he had been removed to pastures new. Two
DSWhj appointed car attendants informed me
that 1 would have to stay put. It was none of
iheir business lo move cars. In fact they had
been given slrici instructions that they were
not to touch a ear. I suggested to them that if
they had indeed been given such an order
there must have leen a preceding order: not
to allow any car to park in front of another
car. They emphatically denied that they had
been told that cars should be parked in such a
manner that drivers would have access to
leave when they wished.
I can hardly believe that anyone with the
slightest acquaintance with this particular car
park could have given the car park attendants
the instructions which they said they received.
Three lines of cars, one behind the other and
all facing in the same direction, are parked at
this car park.
After an extensive argument the attendants
were good enough to let me out, otherwise I
would be still there. Instead of issuing such
regulations, the authority in charge would be
belter employed in publishing a notice telling
all drivers that they must nol lock the doors
of cars on car parks or alternatively if they
have valuables in the car and lock the doors
for safety they must leave the keys with the
car park attendants. Many n time the best
efforts of car park attendants arc defeated be-
cause selfish motorists lock their car doors and
wander away on their own busineeas.

'.. EUNESUAY Is there a shortage of paper for
printing sweepstake tickets, or has the Turf
Club decided that the sweepstake has reached
saturation point? I ask these questions be-
cause, to-day, no less than four sweepstake
ticket vendors asked me to buy a ticket from
them and on each occasion not only was it the
last ticket in the book but the very last that
the vendor had. Each one told mc that I must
not miss the opportunity, his last ticket was a
certainty for the first prize, the combination
of 9s., 6s. and 3s. was just right. As I am a
kind hearted man I decided not to deprive the
poor men of certain winners so I told them
to guard the ticket with their lives seeing thai
so little respect Is shown for property today
that even the Government is being robbed.
I lead of thanking me for my forbearance
and good advice these men gave me such an
icy stare that I had to have a pick-me-up to
defrost my blood.

IIUIlSliAY I am heartily sick of the tale 1
heard thin morning. There was little variation
in the conversation between three men. Each
one was nying to impress on the others his
love of hard work. The first speaker worked
all day in the office, he worked all afternoon
in the g.irdcn, he put the baby to bed and then i u
he did carpentry for half Ihe night. There'*!
nothing like work said the others it keeps the
doctor away. There might be some truth in
that, who knows? certainly the doctors don't
recommend it, but why should they? I hear
these tales so often that I am almost beginning
to believe that there may be some people who
really reUnfc work. After all. Ilfty thousand
Barbadians can't be all liars?
For myself I prefer an easy jobno heart
strain, no eye strain and the minimum of brain
.strain are the doctor's recipe for longevity.
Today I saw what appeared, at first blush, to
>>c the ideal job. I almost decided to be a
farrier. There- he was in the shade of a spread-
ing sandbox tree not a chestnut treecarry-
ing on a cheerful conversation with a groom.
Mis patient, the horse, as docile as an over-
grown turtle, was having his hoofs manicured
while listening to the conversation. All was
peace when suddenly a bee stung the horse
and he lashed out with his hind legs narrowly
missing the farrier who was indolently trans-
ferring his attention from the port to the star-
le Of the horse. I had seen enough. The
Ion is too fraught with danger. I am
ksDldBI fjr a safer )ob.
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eek and {V
it is a o
sure for ^v
dear old friend "T. G." must be
happy today. The Government of Barbados
hopes to have a law on ihe Statute Book that
will give us a real sabbaih even though it j
doaaa*! fall on the avraatt day of the week and I
once in three, years. Still
begtBtung! This sabbath, made to measure 1
"F. G.", fjlls on Election Day. That day Is
be set apart: no brass bands, no steel bands,'
ii" liquor .hops, no loud speakers, no posters to ;
nnnoy the eyes of the tourists and no one shall !
bear false witness against his neighbour only
the soft tread ot the voter, as he wends his
way to and fro between his castle or cottage
and the polling, booth, shall be heard on that
lays.
The Bill fails to ban rolling the bones
that Red Letter Day. so it Is Jut possible
there may be an amendment.
YES
MABAMi
mi si AME
SlWiESTMOXS
fob torn
UIBBH l.XE
sunh .. .
OX TONGUES
LUNCHEON BEEP
MEAT PASTES
SALMON
SARDINES
TABLE BUTTER
i OOKING BUTTER
-IPTON'S TEA
UPTON'S COFFEE
CEREALS
Milli BRAID Ml M
CHEKSF in Tina
CARB'S CRACKERS
CARR'S WATER BISCUITS
CARR'S SWEET BISCUITS
In Sealed Tins
SWEETS in Bottles
SOUTH AFRICAN JAMS
in Tins and Bottles
GUAVAS in tins
GRAPES in Tins
APRICOTS in Tin*
PEACHES in Tins
CANADA DRY SODAS
....o.xe-GODDARDS
We l?li-er


-\il RDAY, Jll\ at, 1HI
Tribesman SaiJs
From SpeighlstoHii
'TWO Wl EK8 i activity I' Ird nn
Tribea-
m hi .iiod from that port I' K. bourj.
During the twu wraaka. Speightsb
7 90u tons
shlppej : :ps was the Canmlii.ii
CanrMktcr hich lode Ih.'ii ttw Tribesman ..: 2.000 tuns.
IMKI'Vmii Mi\(M \TT.
I'MI I l\ I
I OK III! Ill I Ml
Temple Yard
Unpopular
\\ it! Mawkers
The port wan nmet .
.
!.'.r,i dMcnes. '! iih Md Tivwes'
Koing to bring the frtheinien and
i I'l caused
.n the l>'>rl.
arts, whuh .luring :hr
v.K'ks were Lideri with
sugar lime and again and rushec
through the the Jetties
TH1 Mm of m-king T
ll their p irking spot
table market .s not popular with Mess>v i{ ft C i -
quite a number of hawkers of City
of Husby
- their reason- I
; KM at 1
Tiolhe* ware no! running the
:is frequently.
Sugar wrkm Ol Speighlstown,
i,i hc in an no tdli
daj while :' .. .
lag phraseJof another sug.ir ship at tl
.( men) with Ihdi mow- a -luppinn clerk lid thai he dUl
"Diva us .i piopei i; .- knotj when gnothai ship was!
we wilt i |ng to cay al Speiciitslown. bu; !
Id i al think the Tribesman
ould have been tin l.ist lo call
where near Drumoi StfO
'
Alia) i.i.
n ii ..
In Bu > Alley for 27
I
.-.
moved from there to be carried to
"raw Tempi,- Y
'F!m^ do they expt I
stomach the rawneei GOBkuu from
the Us!' markot?" she asked. "An:l
then there wlU
1 day wir;i
the puncheons."
I
the paper a thai n wh
I
covering lha spot, "Ii would be
useless laovlng us from Busb"
Alley to i
spol in Tempi. V
1
when the iatn f.iils WO t.m Bnd
in Busby
Alleyand we Wi lid i- exposed
to much more sun".
Mildred Jordan. ..outlier hawk
of long standing i
said that thi
'
kct is a good one but the site w.v
BQggn.
"Why don't tha
on the seaside", she said. "I will
be Hilling -it anytime to now* n )
Busby Allay lo
but not in Taa i v
Rain full ever* daj
weak; up tii TbunKbq
THE GOVERNOR, Sir Alfred Ssvitgr. declare* \ht Br*t 'chool for UV ll id oprn t the Hnrd M'tnril
School. JaniM gtrcot, yesterday-
H.E. Opens School For Blind
At Hurd Memorial School
St
Peter, the greatest fall being 'xi
when an bit
was recorded at District 'F.'
Poiue Station.
The rainfall returns at that
police station were 1 inch. 78 parts
Up to Thursday evening. Fort..-
!l\c parts were recorded for
Thursday.
Planters of the parish said tha'
the showers jyg/% Urneh and
come'Triey had just got
through the crop and were wait-
ing for showers to plant food.
The early part of tin* m eith
HTM dry and in some pirt- of the
parfalh i iToons had begun to look
withered. The showers of rain
have given those iieids a "greener
h>Mk."
SPFIGltTSTONIANS have been
getting little fish 'luring this
month. Fishing boats have been
Busby Alley goinj; to the banks but reiurnuiK
of m.kni. l.wtth small catches of flying rum
and bigger fish.
Fi'hcrmcn are hauling up their
fishiim boat* on the beiches. but
they still go out daily in *moscs'
if their fish nots and
they bring back large catches
ami d '.vs.
Some fishermen are U
net fee catching fry. |
and other small llsh. Fry are be-
coming plentiful.
THE FIRST SCHOOL for blind people In !'
< pened yi-;erday al the Hurd Mem. rial Scl 10I Ii I UK
S':.' by the Qovernor Sir Alfred Sgva i
TMs hag been done mainly through tht <
Betty Aim-. S--.ivl.ny ol the AlSOCiatlOfl In aul of the Blind.
the hiai" and the Dumb,
Sir Allan Collymore, President of the AaaoctBtiOfl
wi lo med tin1 <: ivernojr and Lady Savage after which Mn
H. A. Vaugtun, Acting H": rarj &KTtttx; -< ahoii
history of the Association.
more con be sent at pre^<
School has reached |he iimd of
its capacity The School however
i^ eitpectlni a nt .in.l larger
bulldlni ii tin- new futun
win continue its pnllcj
tn| other nandfcai ped children
from the nalghbourini I
training there.
Teaching (he Deaf is a LoOsJ BBM
arduous task, and Miss Yuille tho
r ii n *i.. s . in Trini-
dad has worked wonders with our
:s who have all improved
since their stay there
Tin iik;ii\vav OOHMIS-
SIOMRS of SI J.i
still widening and levrlluir. their
road lony Highway i.
Most of their activities yester-
day were concetrtra1e<| on the
.i,P
Lane
Ba:l Site
Mildred raid thai -i- h
travelled among II Wl
Islands and in ever; .
i
one .if tl that *he
saw as sh> e
the others to agree i'ii her win-
*he said "i wouki ni>t mind if tran
put up a maiket at Tud
i ii arould be a good area
for trade."
A hawker joined In "Do you
thing that a clerk of any of thew
More* that wants something would
go all the wav dOWrl I
Yard for it......It would be much
Be fur her lo Just come into
the BUOy and g*t whul IB* wants."
Ntoej I" Urave, who sells at the .
cornet ol atentn ' F. Harriaon I there to paga,
Mini ihai rite baa bean
V/flSS KLA1NF. JORDAN. I.ihr.'i-
has never known Barbados to -Lvl nan of the Siipightstown
proper vegetab:,- market ; Free Library, is on a week's leave.
She said that she has always; Mr. Lambert Archer is now in
associate i I Yard with lishi charge of the library.
aral pigs and not a place fur a'
k- market. She knew of
about 300 other hawkers whj
would be ill ' proper
market where they would be well
protected Iron the ram and sun.
These hawkers would, however.
"pri ft i io aet wet by rain nnd then
dried out by the sun at their
opotg In the alley* than to be well
covered at Temple Y
gettliv: fP* sulcs when the day*
i-t"..
Nicey felt that .with the number
of people that might be going
down lo Temple Yard, the murket
would be always ionirestt-.t and
uncooifortal i>
A man who was selling fruit in
a pu ii eaniwa
because be ...uld >"
* I
An 'ii Qoverri
the Rt. Km Bl hop *. I. c;
Mandevtlle bleeaed 'he buUdlns.
followed by ti- Report
11 eaaum Mi v
I
by Mr. C. A. L. r.aie. Vice Preal-
the Association.
sn All..ii Collymore raid: "It i-
Uegja :<< welcome
Sir Allred and Lady S..vage here
to-day. My t'ommitte.-
grateful to you for yoUl
and to the Governor for having
'. <>|>en this
1 email beginnmi;s, U m
hoped to expand, enlarge and to
give greater service to ,
rvlngj s.',.i,or. 11
munity
The aim of the centre Is to
in-ill irrater self rontirienrr In
the pupil- >o preetie them with
oeiupatinnal inti-ro-1- na In-
deed to endeavour to niakr their
live* happier jnd more ulrisaiit.
Thiinks
I Tbe aabll hmeni eatn
11 largely due t" tin* inlu
< who is
;iv.';r. mi leave, and urif"
cannot be present to-day, Bl* ha
been ably assisi.il by Mrs
Vaughan who now
.i our c
Training for Uw BlindIn 1B18
o BUruJ Barbadian, Qei
was sent by the Aaroctatlon lo
Trinidad for braining. Our thanks
go to the Trinidad & Tobago Blind
welfare Aaaoctatlon who were re-
aponalble (or Ur. Scott's 1
Oeorge Scott, aged 38 n
Eckstein's Village, St. Midi-i-l. 10
In (us early years hi- Baal ted !
teaching al si s-. Bog -
School, ijter he worked at ovid'i
i Shop In IM3 he totn-
.l tlie INS on the _
Mam Hem* 9
his sight.
On Inn return [<>
(Torts he taught if
(llltll 11' ......'..... -. .-... % .- .. O-O I !' IS 111- l.lll"i I I.
( roacl yerea by San.lv ,um- and has mii.ie nil tho .;! bralllt in Ih. I.....I ipaci P
tree I me half of the coad
biockmi by coin* drama,
In p- ft fine Hones und the roud
workers' tools, while a rock
oruahei waa levelling the other
half.
'.'eiiules could not move along
tti t reed freely. At sometimes. .
vehle'e had to stop before enter-
ing the strip of road under repairs
How another already
GET COMMENDATION
CERTIFICATES
THE Commissioner of Police
Colonel R. T. Michelm presented
Harbour Police Constables Gill
nd Philips Of the Bridge Post.
Bay Street, with commerii(a'..u:i
ertificatcs on Thursday morning.
ale at Central Station.
The) received these certificate";
for detective work and zeal winch
wed when they success-
lull, investigated :i srase of lar-
ceny of a bicvele from the t'.mpirc
Theatre
Two hundred and five officer'
IBd men attended the parade.
inaarnente for thie simple cere- (about three weaaa, and laiai on
mny- __ .. .... /also taught himself lo writ) Not
The efrorts of these ,B| Uhe ;n|,owi ^ b|ll|nr.
would have piwved in vain, had d [Umilicai he heloe.l
not been to -he read .......a. JSSut^nwa. bTnai.
tion and kind. c' y ,'.
and Pro,>ertv Board ol the JamM PWllnf, Scott spent
the I
.,i Well ire i Ml
Uarriaon.
H;.pp>
My Wife
ipp) u> give out
.ipport I.. | .t -ik. more


tend of our> who toe)
' war.
.
much, v..!
Boergj
that he and many
Fined 81 1.10
For W ouiuliiii!

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DRINK & ENJOY
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COOLING ft
REFRESBING
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it were that fR

tn learn that ilmUarly, Mi
. erg) nd
I ive. hu put hi
.'. poaluon In U
In relation to big fellow men and
women who ere i Iralli rlj handl-
' - hcitnt ihorti
onple wUJ w to an otl i
that will enable them with IIU 1
' "a- bland The i up o1 I
. I icee In the life t.l bit! Hi wai

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THERMOS PICNIC SETS
tnunlt)
'.\ Vaughan rah rred to the
' >r us all to I <
May i
A-ords 'cross the
l be uoed m more than
That we help by our
I we help where
by buying the articles
mar|e. but WO '."I help
taking a real Ii
I when-
it ...,- nave in opportunity, wt
opportunity tn i
born and ond out how thej are
imirresssing In their new life
I have great pie m in oeclar-
:l I. a '. P I '
M
RAINS HOLD UP FOOD
(MOP PLANTING
si'mk M WAGERS ol plantation! In country districts.
told the Advocate veeiterday that they are now planting
r. canes are coming on very well
i .oiis, however, have held up ploughing
in some i
coming on very well indeed
Mr. j. n tviikle of Cottage
Plantation, Bl George, said thai
they had lard 11 acrei
They had also planted
4 acres of corn. "We should have

on account of the late >
the crop and iin recent rainfall.
| was held up. These
have the sant. -
adioining plantations and also on
,
of whose

Good Outlook
Mr. Wilki. .i
Lag well When
asked about the prospect of next
:' the rum*
continue ntudactorlly, I fee! sure
will be as

Mr. c; A O rl la Of Sturgess
and Bloomsbm
Thomas, said thai
to plant yam*, notatoes and other
'
fortunately got through with their
ploughing befof
The contrary was the case -*
Bloomsbury.
The rat<
, itl.er
I think that the weather in the
months September
will have .i derided enect on next
" said
Street Methodist ChUJ h W.
deeply grateful to them for h,
granted us the u- f CM
-
i
There e reveral
whom debts of gratitude are due.
but I shall not
length. I would however mention
thl XI Trt uurei gtw
service and his only regret
i-^ shored bv all meml.' |
Committee i. that he has not
sufficient funds to handle. That
'inn the i
be made to secure more
Uona and doaetloni to our fund.
We have with us *his momlng
apart from the Comnuttee. Mi-.-
Pickering. She has shown tre-
mendous interest in Uv
from the time of its ine<-(
attend1- almost daily to assist in
work. I think that is all
i i r, in a abo
in gratitude lo you. Su
iiik en taking an Inter*
work. I shall ask you to formally
"! open "
Mrs. Vaughan in givll
bJatol v of tl
Voliinlarv
'"The proposal to form the Ilar-
bados Association in aid of the
Blind, the Deal .mo the Oumb
'cepti'd at a public
aftir the need for siu.'i an USO-
cuitlOn was shown by the Rev, F
W, O. 'oily. M A during hi
ay In the latte
part of 1844 I
appointed.
Association ii
aid of the PUnd. Qea| and Dumb
is j voluntary Aaaoclation
buawei In cl........ ration witn
government. Constitutionally the
Committee is attll In a to
.:h the S-. ,,il VV.-'f., .
Officer ai Hon s. retary, The
Fsociatlon has a Committee of 12,
'mberf'
Sir Mian Collymore Pi
Ml Louis: Gale Vlcr-I
Mr John Heckles. Dr. J. P
O'Mohony, Mr. Kenneth Tucker.
h <; Cumn bu nr c. h
SI John. Mr*. Hen \*-. re, M C
G need. Mis* B
'
Hon. if i
oiling a rej the Blind,
Deaf nnd Dumb In I I. ]
"his effoi'
religion, doctora and other public-
iitided citizens helped. In 1946
ital of 502
.
Training
Itesl and Ihimb--The Associa-
tion agreed that it would conceit-

training of the juvenile Deaf.
6ve doldren
tending the School for the Deaf
ind Dumb in Trinidad. This was
[i l* i
pleamraii
lihai.kim:
thank.-.
ll. d)
I 'tori iv
cntre in Trinidad
ih -i.is now returne I
small ii.. for bUrn
. Illlt JH'I,.,.
Hurd Memorial Bchool J n
Street
Tne centre opeo l with <> '
dents but since work hI
n) have had applicatmi
other blind pereoni It I
n the lirst instance t.. ',
blind how torc-.-.it efe Un ll li
in i ane i bain an
'- I -...:,
teach braille to thoat who .
apable.
aii the itudesd
*ith while walking eticka, tOOhal -.
they can perambulate Indep i
ently of human guide i
" "",''' ero kuand

sees carrying
walking stick, balplni them i
cioss tin- road hoard bu*
Pleased
the vote i;
i. Gale raid i am

and brtet duty ad
Yi in Cxcelk
s v go '; comii
I
'
r.., i .
i \ ... latton
I bellevi that with the co-
operatlon of the communllv.
I ;this centre Will help t.....
f |to the blind and i)i el
time, add a numbei ol useful eltl<
l
NELSON LEAVES
ON SUNDAY

La
f.i
i hu Nessaa
., load ol
i t
ti Bunday nllhl
.. the British North-
mudu
FRUIT COMES
Finance
The Association H i vol
tary Bociet) whan
ad by gow '. bul u
Committee must also depend i
the goodwUl or the publh si

fully received and aekno
\ i .
her rrom Bl L.....i
the motor veaeel liaer-
M*od. PhC llaerwoog brOU
about mi p.n kage i < tn h ft uli
UaO lUerwood
1.1 of rnal I7i
tnd a quanta
it-
INSIST
I at
ON
hi
I'lmighing;
Ml Clarke of the Itock Plan-
tation. St Peter said that many of
the jki (cultural labourers are now
gaged in ploughing the Held and
setting manure to the young canes.
Good progress is being made In
regards to this work on the plan-
tation so that a good crop can he
had. such as the last H N '
all the labourers are working on
,:.aie. and perhaps
working on the
and then
storing it
About three and a half acres of
the Held arc taken up with the
growing of yarns. The receht
heavy rainfall has impeded the
progress of work on the plantation
as the majority of workers stay at
home on I very rainy day.
The rain has also held up the
ploughing of the field and there Is
still much work to be done In re-
gards to this branch of work.
No complaints have been com-
ing from the labourers and no
fights m the fields have occurrtd
lately
Another planter of Christ
Church said that they are also
preparing for the next crop. The)afree,| to as it was found much
Held at present is undergoing a itoo expensive for Uie society with
overhaul" and labourers limited funds to launch out into
'major
era working well clearing away
ccen trash.
There is sUH some ploughing to
I Hall's Plantali Hi the vnung ratoons arc
' *hev were springing up well. If the weather
now manuring the land and plant- permits, a good crop like the last
ing food crops. The raioon canes is expected.
fiited
chool of its own when
existed in ..
island. The Assoclatim
Dumb in Trinidad has
kindly consented to accept our
deaf children. Unfortunately no
i'i mvi mow*
THEY ARE THE BEST
I
H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents
-but =nl V^m
%% Mm
; yloi
Within
trui h ii"- i
ease and iftet
i hureday
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$2.91 to $5.58
BARRISONS
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FURNISHINGS
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Nil \ liMi i
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PAC.I sl\
R.VRRADOS ADV'"-ATE
SATl RDAY, JULY M, JS1
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
Bottles Grolsch Beer
Dreadful, Choking, Spasms Of
BRONCHIAL
ASTHMA r:"
WHY SUFFER TORTURES OF SLEEPLESS
NIGHTS When one doso of the amazing Mixture will
ease that choking, smothering spasm in seconds' Buckley's
Mixture is no ordinary medicine its different from any
Cough Remedy you have ever tastedTriple BtNngtl
SyrupAll Medication.
One Oose Stops The Cough
Whn n>u feel a cough or choking bion-
ChtaJ -.ii-sm turning on. just lac a dose of
Buckley's Mixture and wallow slowlv.
You'll leal the powerful healing warmth
-preart down through your tnruil t)
hcil tubes, soothing inllarnt
hard breathing and loosening tough pfe
making It easy to expel. Buckley's Mixture i-
nade from rare Canadian Pine Balaam, and
other proven ingredients. There'- not aoothw
cuch medicine like it. Get a bollle TODAY.
and relief right away.
BUCKLEY'S
MIXTURE
\ SINGLE SIP TELLS WHY WE SELL A MILLION
BOTTLES A YEAR IN ICE-COLD CANADA ALONE.
Rheumatism
and Backache
GoneinlWeek
Filth K.dncvt With C.tfo. u*a You'll
Rial Mm
C,IHi* pn-'.-rlptton of tamoua
i all iroubioo flue to raun
k time. ...
from RnfUi>itiioi, aciati-
. j. Niur.tii. Lumbago. Backacfta. Ner-
t.i~m. L*f Punt. Olllii.ii. Clrcloo
u-'T E)fi. fr-a Collt. Poor Cntnjy and Appatita, Puffy
A-.. ... Burning. Smarting Pai.ag...
Ittapllv l-> Oat up Nlgnta.
r- to i-owp 'hamUl todar for
and ba m and wall next waalt
Cyttm Helps Nature 3 Ways
Th. Cyita* traatmatLt li blMy ocl-n-
IMa, being- apwlnlly compound** *o
aooth-. ton" and raw. <. lick
UK?n*v and Madder and to rwmov*
rid" mitA polaMMJ ffom your ayateT-i
: .- contain*
: ah, harmful Cn*" worka In thtiao 3 waya to ond
iMatv
(11 Star'* killing; the rtn" wnkh *"
attacking- your Kldnays. Bladder
and urinary lyit-m in two houra.
j t ! absolutely narmleaa to human
tl !!*-
(!) Oala rid of h-allh | itv-nnua cld< Wlin which
ant haa bmin aaturatcd
(11 }tirrn|th*fia and ralni-Ujorali-a th*
kldn>-a. pfotf-ta you fri>m tha wv-
uiC'B of m^aw-altack on m* n>ii-
< at" r.ltrr onranlatn. and Hlmulalr-
TwsiTla Ho-ir-Jr
Now Well
"< hat !"* *>' f" "*' "* *****
r*4 a'add" iroaM*. aI*o ftftra-iatic <>
rd *(!# JoMlt. / 0i aof iM (o >< Mi
raw and **?*( alw Matawl totpltaf.
:. rafi I wo*f4 ""' * *** to wort. obi
fttrr Cytla. "*' f* ">"#*'. *" "d
I'-.-ir,. f iSgd I J. A.P.
Health Improved in 2 Days
t "f ftat a*t f*If rralt' w*n for agM aad raS-
..I roaffano'iy fcna bar*ar# Old ad;
,.!. ( Aod irfrd oftaoil awrrtUtwf tai /
,r,aff -lie'. Flaallr / dfdrf
to o i' iuif affo oatf *ard wai*lf raac* >n' o.d
, laMfOMi v fcMltlt *of la
I .r dapt fJMia oUwr Mla-v aan d^aa ft.'
Mri D
to Pat You Right
(M Cr*t*>t irPOwJ >"tir -L-nil*! today
;ira II a thof-uih tast, Cyataa I-
_ njront-d to make
.1 youti.ar.
fr. b.ttar It.
Y. in 14 houra
and to b comploialy
.11 In I w..*k or your
may back It vou to-
rn tli* amply park-
Cystexili"o&
I Tv.fi 4ivrutbiMdr RHIUMATISM
IT PAYS YOU TO PEAL HERE
I SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit cuslomers for Thursday to Saturday only
Usaally Now Usually NOW
^.i, Tins Kcudomah Coffee (i) 95 Hti Pkgr;. Jack Straws 61 ..O
Pkgs. Custard Cream Biscuits 51 10 Tins Gloria Evap. Milk 29 M
24 18 Cakes Ivory Soap
27 24
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
tnVERTISE
#.V 7-JVaV
EVENING ADVOCATE
GROWIXG URCil.XTIOS KYF.RY .HO.V0.4I
For Rates Apply Advocate Advertising Dept.
K^"
ask for
GilssoiS
LUXURY TOILET.
SOAPS -,,.
IMPtRUttEATHEK lli>DN BLOSSOM BUTE HYACINTH
-~^xwm

7
1'or swift uchveno and tttj nunoruvcring in city and
jburban areas, this vm is unexcelled for the carrying: of
uny tvpes of meri.hjndisc. It has an all-steel body with
safety sliding doors, and pntMal excellent visibility for the
river. Loading space is exceptional, no less than 150 cubic
'eetl The low fuel comumptir.n and ncgligihlc maintenance
.oats ensure really economical opcratton.
MORRIS-QIMNERCUL
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.
Phone 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504
foiwdijloutaioN ... \-r it iMMbutaMwdmtaiar,
V 0 aiog i^** J dm
ndgcirr.. nr* fiaar
PROTECT YOUR EYES witk
Optrw
I E Y E
re
EYE LO r
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SATURDAY, ll I V .,. -ajl
KAK1IAIMIS MlVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS. ,,,,MM V%LKS *
TILCFMONi ISO*
Tfca charge loi > r-4,fmruii
Birtb*. MarriaBea. !..-
MUMnU. and In
- dii w.e.-J... Ml N .
lac any numtor of >mw up to u ,
1 CWU per Word on *
4 tMU per word on S.
additional word
rr Birth*. Martian a* BnCaaani
WiixpbncanwnU i Cenb Cal.in*
char,- HUM for -i.. number l wo
W < M and rente per *-
ajSSsBaSatl --a lftmi caeh Pfcoaae UN
*ef*een 130 .nd 4 p re. ML i...,,.
Malic** aj| aft.' |
DIED
lltVWUKll itJ1 A,
'
A at- M Ti . the abm,
atfdreae for 81 C-.
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THANK-.
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ron in M-


BEAL ESTATE

BOUSES
LAND AT ST
kH i iMMfcM -,.

CI.IPTON TWKf \
Uppri Bay
iid Aqi.atlc
E ...liable
ilara n-ui>
-lapho*. B,j7 or *,
-HOIJ^MnflK at-ndine, n
nd Bath
i w I '-
I -if n IB..

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I ihi and
"'tailed Ciaieee

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... I ,.. .
-re* wry room at B#l Airy
F tr rolled
ind II-III. Iuw.,
tm pallnei.
n ba*" '
1 i
I iaajf m Du.1 ami:-
lONDixm-KV i-ol ..-,,.. .
of land .1 u-e ,
''- i li..
lion apply on ,..,
part.cuUr,^ppi, HIT. lli\s.,v
Ml
lni-*-.
further
A BAN
I' On tlie fie*. St Lr*n* iVaTda
DkaJ BJS7
tdr,m
_____IX MEMORIAM
t'l ARM: w. Hm .:T .-,,,.,-,
'.
*lr-eere appreciation In all th<>*
friend* who attended. K,.t
I Oil SAI>
AUTOMOTIVE


pc>eeelon i
"* and
id wilh
**.epi auaaj
Apply lo
'"'in'lanf Dial M4J.
T 91-3.,
I'lH.M Ml 114 IS
I
r
a.vxh.m >:Mi:vrs
HCit.ifiAY RRAOBTS rr.,da 1 ,lr ol
Splrea. SANTA HA
iii raiibbe,.-. jr.-,*,.. Iraan 17 00 per head]
par day GRAND MoTEI.- in beat ml-
dehUal dutrlct u> I.
*SM par HMd pay day.
id Aner IUthii.(
MAStDR INN-Oi
Be-eh II
dav Cnqjinaa to li M s
On
iada.
51 Ian
a.osr a FOi \i>
__________LOST
MKE TICKFt" s..,
ler pleaac ralurn
-frl-. Ki'K Ahl>- Allev.
Street "|
WAMjrr gases

iwaan Ho.
hi Herbert
VI 7 SI In
GOVERNMENT \0TNES
APPOINTMI M or DENTAL
SOmOEON, GENERAL
linsi-lTAL
Uoni IN invited fut the
part timv non pamloiialTic ap-
M'Uilnu-nt of Driital Suircuii
ticiu-,.,1 rlotpltal, will, .
>m WMUll -n 111 ScpU-niln-i
ISSt.
TI..* niiliiij alUtcltcU to Uic
I'l'tMiintmcnt $uBO per nnnum
The duti.s of this officer will
consist of the trentment of in-
patients referred ty I, |
limited number of dtntal extre-
t'ons for out-pal
Au.iriKvniciii.s may be made
With thlf OffiCaW ff.r OaldltiotUl
u for out-paltaou .it ;,
flx>?d rate of payiTatnt.
Full particulars nf the appoint-
ment mav be obtained from the
Medical SupermteiHli'nt. ?,, whom
applications bOUld :, rOTWOTdaMl
by 31nt Julv. 1951.
OH .51.3n.
1MVIHSITV COLLEGI HOS-
PITAL OETBE Ulsr INDIES,
: \i \it v it w.i.
itod froas
Consultant Specialists f"r hon-
orary posts at iKirt-time special-
ists ,,t t.V I'niveisity College
Hottpltail, [n tin' depart)
Ophthalmology, Ear. Nose and
Throat Surgery ind D
for one
In thr ilrst insian.'-.
Tiie Specialists app" :
by speci..: with the
i College f,f iiic West
IndaW, (- raqi 11
i
in- njx clalt ;- 'ion for

ible the Uni-
C0llfH of the \V
Further Lni on may be
.btained fn>m '
be University Colleee of the

Mai.ager and Sot I
Applications ihOUld l>e sent to
the Hospital Manager 11
lory, Um. i Hospital,
Mona. J. n before the
30th of September. 1951.
21.7.512n.
- ill C-r 1* >. in .
ondition. For paTriioiUr* t
I r.v.!,n. Audit I>,panrnaiil
___^^^^ asT.si
CHw Vauxhali IB done oi
If*. Ilka . Photi, laui S
4af Cyril Stout,-.
MT SII
i ......a.,,,,
M afa-da-,1.
SELF
An BU.p.r'anrrd V'
r Manor

li
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on ol c- (;, i
"HI to
Mow Light Through
Chemistr)
I'M.I -IMV
Reds Take Time
Off

. UaM ,-..' .--
nn, ftmn .
- for

lUt Mill

.otMal lad arl
^ld Ihr 3,-r, ,.,i CerHfj

alnad a* a oaM------
..mtdwillind to ll,i
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ndwrntnc in ti f:., m.UMCe 1
HAll.illl PRirt-FIUIS A fii 1 TI)
' '' IVIH -IM ,, s,,,s
I be ., Clenaral Meelni| ,4
Mnndd) 30th J11I at 5 p m
tl win : UfJ
_______ I SI
CABS llillman Aaloon* 1MB, i(M7 at
W. Slrufr Sporta Modal. Wolaalcy
'.-5 nd Monit ' Saloon. Telrpho.
IIS Cole \ Co Ltd. 11 7 tl 71
CARS Renault ,W i
're* and condition e;
7.000 nil,
It ..-
.-. ISM 1
employ (
: 11 |b
l-.wera tk
.1 '. < M.,i. 11. 11.. .
ih priCM UMO 00. IJUOOOO reaper.
ilvlned ol lurtli.
prki- on future ahlpntrni* CMkai
Caraie 1 IBWi Ud-. PlltfaM fitiert
M 7 SI- In
-> Varuruard Pick.
P- Caah pfffM .*. VI Ne.t hipmr.H
will bB MOW 00. inters..'
>Ppo,t unity *
1 Om tB* i""-1 LH
BXECTBIC \L
FLECTRlC MOI'm
. HI* to 7', HP MO Volt* X
( ralM, 3 Phaw Dial 3a1 UaCoaU a
. 11.1 BMctrleal * i-1 u t l| ;>
busct uc rtrrmofi
.'in*-- 1 a* 1 ii(iit
E-ertro4wra. Scenl-lndirert Mo*
Llshl Brirkd*. Table Lunpt 1
1 a M h dj ."- Strfi ^ Hu
and without hot al.
Da Co*U a Co. Ud. Electrical Oeparl
14 t 51 Cn
NOTFCK
AJUi Mil-
ls Till AS.I-, tM til RT l ll'l \t
..,*" H" Art. iaai
Woiic-i. I* nere-by B"en thai Aloni*
r.oodm-f. an Enmieer former y reatdlna
' ChurCBI. died a. a
re*U|t ol W),.,, wiained .hen
from a ladder dm
'
tra* -.1 Michael and that oompenM-
non n.i- been paid inlo Court
All dependant* of the aj
Unar ideceaMd,
W appear at u. Ara-Unt
Court ol Appeal on Wednesday the and
day r Audu.t if|. .1 m o-cioek am
Dote-I lh Mm day of July 1041
A W HAlil'F.ll
Clerk A..i.lant Court ol Appeal
MISM-.I.I.A.Nr.OlS
HANTEII TO R\T
bWHOAI 1
children One rp-ni- a*
-" ..... . drlth ...... r loni
period. Addreaa particular* to MB
P '> Be IM. M 7.51 -on
"AMlli Hi ill >
1
"iood paleea paid Apply to Mr*. Vaua-hi-
Corier ol Pair-child and Pro!
__________
TRAiLOR Second II
able to be drawn by tractor phone
1417)
I || -.
NOTICfc
IS 'it Kl r.v
. 11..,1 .
n upon
pan

' ITden-ioi*a Paatl I
of Reed Street in Ihe Cit. f Brld-feto-a-n.
ho died In Ihi* laland 1,11 the ISO, dav
of April 1MB Inteetatc. ... hereby r-
qurrd to - )n particular, of their
(irinu duly mte.ted to Timothy Theo.
phiiu.11.Mn:. :,.tee of ihe
l*U>*d of Ba m
aon A> BanAeid. M '
Mreei I'lidHrtown. on or before the 3r.

'..I U the id eitatc MMOIkl the partlea entl-
I" U . riavlni r--K...d to the drbu
rom. and clalrtu onl, ol which I ahall theft
llii have Had notice and thai | .hall nol be
for uuru *o dlatrlbuted to an.
* -1.1.,.
I
I ,-.-.
: Rr.FtllUEHflTolt. n ...!
unit, lo be aren at Hcd-
ir Garace. rl 5:- ah
1 l..v. I.
t tlie 1
may be Inipac
Si I'lmip.
'
D Ita with rim
ventor. Dial 3B7IJ. Da C
I Depl.
.
e Thjalnn Pre-
1. A CO Ud
M J 51 on
I L'RMTLKK
Room.. i*v.vr Bay Street Tie follow-
*Tara-d lo you Ma
lnin Chair, snoo a pr ; Rn. n Puinj
Cii.ira 1111.00 a pr Huah I',.i,,l,t Muo
H

ailoo each. Kmli Morn. CImo* UOOB
I Ham* Chaira 136 00 a Pair
Not fnrceitlns a larva variety ol New
1 Hand Furniture Phone tttj
1 'debled lo Ihe *a
eaUte are reoue.ted to nettle their a.
DA rap tKi. 7*0- day f Jply. IMI
TIMOTHY T H.A1*I->:Y.
Tntatee.
Qualified Adrr.mlftrator ol (he Fatal
ol Ik.ui.-r I..,.a Foater-Turtor
it- aaaarj
|S IMI
NOTICE
i\ ihi --i-r un , m 01
Mil kj
Re s,ha,(n.( ,a,p,.tl,| Arl la.
I llOI-rfl, I p
that Co.- .
Court.
All '



laftl. at ter, o'clock J
D.itcd thia .ii, daj
c.id UM


itant Court ol App,-.
LIVESTOCK

. l.il.KhS
Ab Clerk. A t a

> Alpine Dm
rii-t litter Applv St.
M m raaadl
1 fie*l> In milk
m 1 si-ai -"'
LIQIOK LICENSE NOTICE
MECIIAMCAr.

I Hall. St
MISCELLANEOUS
A MM-1 DENT TOOTH PABTC
larl uvlng your Amrn-l-derl Toot*-
te Do*ea. Wllhin a abort wblle you
t be the winner of one ol the follow-
l*t l*riie ISO 00. 2nd Prtre tIS 00.
P"" * "* 1.7.11-Mn
M '!
Hall. SI J*iey and to u.e it at
laal daaenbed premlar-
Datm thii )Mh day ol Jul', IMI
VICTOR HINDS.
Appluaril
. II M'HKC. taq.
Dial
Ma*
NO SHOOTING
,iue to the Cadet Camp there
ill be no shooting practice nt
ir- Small Ilore Rifle Club today
Wednesday.
WE ARK BUYERS
We buy anvtiun* c-onitected wlUi
STAMPS. Sheet*. SlnBle SUmpa.
Collection'. AceuiLMiation* anl
Cowojra, Good prlc-* Paid at the
t \.iiu.l '. *- -TAMP aOI'IKTY
SE HABI.A Ci
OIIILATAI.
CURIOJ. SOUVENIRS. AN-
TIQUES. IVORY, JEWELS,
silxs lie.
THAjrrs
lilNOCUI^ns for lrt. (bare,
l-i Hrllolllh Prlun. S fold
?J MM with blue coal it
i MM Made in Oerman*
SSI I'M.ce Weather head Ud
M.I SI ^-3i
1 .,ppiiratlo n.ln|| Court lo be held
lh Auaiuat. 1H61. at
1 Diiliil F
-vi-s'FV M NUWiaJ-
*.t .|l*tr,.t-.
TARM" POWDEnSD FULL CREASt
MaLK Supreme quality and only M 33
par a-n> Un and !1 00 per Lib Un
Get a Un to-day from your roeer
or Drvi Store and try the be.t
milk obtainable The B-Ib family MM 1.
really economical. Inatat on Farm'' for
the *ake of your health and your pocket
If your dealer cannot aupply phone 2220
fi SI tf ,,
- Keep r*il
n with Joh-iMn*
i,. 1 .-1 a 1
M 1 M -Sn

Vigour Restored,
jSands Made Young
!n 24 Hours

.
k. aaaj
... 10 ...-I ti,..- troutilee.

to-tnko tablet 101
'arml-aa, ,].*. away with aJai.J op-
eratlono aid l< Mil

do Ionia l Art
Debate
LONDON. lul)
Traditional arts and crsitl boa
liM 11,v. now on show at the
Imperial Institute have le,l not
-niy to unstinted
; :
in lAindon.
The view haj iprt
nee, that the Ife heads
rrorn Benin (Nls>arla) an ihe
works of BAiropaatu ind nol Afn-
eauw. In this school of U
ll'iuv Moore, the well-known
sculptor.
Wt-ii now. wiui .h,i make |fi
it.- h.. di Ware laas]
rveral srtlsti or i>> one sri I
A panel of art experts aiKued
the pit's and ',""! at the Imperial
Institnt.' tins ..,-,-k After COaa"
-(lei.ilik- ucademic Juit*" tl 1
'"" '-" the conclusion th.it (haj
sculptures from Rcnin are the
work, of African sculpUna.
Mr. O. HrniinlotE, Cumtor Of the
British Museum, raised aaothei
eonUvvenial point when he stated
that in the Colonies. **,iks of 1.1
are not producetl primarily for
aesthetic reasons The funil.nn.it-
t^l principle of AMCSI
il.iiiiicil, is fum tiori.il.
He vs.1- -ttiini'.i; ,,(,,-..,1 bs ^:
Kenneth Murray, Head >( the
Department of Antmuitie:.
Nlgertsi Mr. William Flff, Assi-
11 Keeper, Britlsfa Uu
took sities ssjatnst h' Brli
I ..
aid, "always Bjorne
in .ill |iih;il
1 1 it no singii
iradhaon In AMean arl the
is .i variety ol tradition uiul t.
Lslrnsd that the artl tie exceUei
of African art i* conipiinilile i.
n art.
Duiiiib; the debate c-ueslions dis-
cussed included Ihe dilf.i-t...
bet%veeO the emotional and inlel
lectual approach lo art and the
aesthetic standards of Europe
and Colon!
The Rrowing appreei.r.."ii nf
Colonial arts and crafts by people
IB Hnt un was commented upon
by arl critic chairman. Mr r
Wendy. He hoped that more en-
c-ourajiemcnt would lie kiv.ii ti
Coloni.il artists.
Pt> I.iiin \ (Mil s
I .

kens >,, hen
- Llling to
1
-tiled a longer


r- ,ir pi
"i ihe tune that the
Ucated Bre t" das-

me n* fire
.' -nun.- ,.f ,,iii-
llumtnation until iveli Into
II.en the
pmeni <*i eaectrie porwei
e possil-h- A 1 '-lie in
'
I
hrthiniK. ihe
...u-d with the
kavancenMM is.
n.rse, thai of r
liter,
' 1 IH'.H. Edison
>
; lni ! issceni iig**"*^
m si Hi 1 1 r irk N< r
fai froo Men iforl
vet, -is earb i ||M pro.
1 ..
1 lh..t ., lamp irdghl I 1
.
It 1 tracity in ., vacuum.
1

du
Un
' ll
United st.I-.
are pi
.. dascenl iamp


.
A ' -tuu- ol Hi.-..-
the jtlobr was
uled to a metal base which
'.I when the
) -thl is
II
stlngaaanl
I
10 am
lltopi
-: iieeoti.!. t reading a

-
l Tin 1 J..-.
gad Nem || s.ii,i he "aaread in bsbbb.
. jtamin.-i
11
,( _______________
:
I
nonius ,l I

the liajhi bull
Claude. r who ha
1
mall amount of
for
Mold b"
made to transport ihe

< light ..f iU m..

Prelunuiary handlinsj of smaller
details took only IN mit
1 r
TOURIST RECEIPTS
The T.....

June 30.
Sales at tl u fr the
l
B.W.I, com paired with '
HIPPING NOTICES
M
I M
rfe Witt

.Mid materials *, i


portent, inert ui -. were lr.troduced

1 idU) pi
duced sun in the

.. ,.
rangei ,,r nIoui
i'oui I.imp 1 .
mi.-.* of 11ht m the ultras lolei
'' taf tl poet The Hist
rtuortjsceni lamps produc*
1 ground n.iini ii
illennte. /in, rfj
Aiii.it fluoi aceg green,
However, iione 11 Hm thousands
ii mittti.il imiii.uIs Ue of aufn-
lenl inlh lonuner-
il use and Hie protluctlon ot
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HARBADOS A1>N OCATE
8 \il ill) W II IV :is. 1951
SOUTH AFRICA HIT 583 IN 4TH TEST
Opener Eric Rowan
Scores 236: New Record
(From Our Own ('orre'.pondi nt 1
LONDON, July 27,
ate) with 383 ton thrta
irlckMl b thnr credit. Smith Africa carefully amassed th.
formidable trtal of 538 to-day. This boats their )
hijiheft Taal score against Eneland of 5.*i3 made at Man-
chester in 1947.
It mi i personal triumph for Eric Rowan who took
his own i ICO to 236 before being britiiantly
. ii. the gulh by R BroWn. Ht
South A:
Jfls tin .
Starfish Win Water
A RECORD 75 Polo Trophy (1951)
By BOOKIE
I s PRIES for the Barbados Turf Club August meeting
lied that a new record hifih of 75 horses will be due to
ike |>art at the meeting Of these only three horses are
- ... f i om Trinidad but there are other* already in
IhO Island under Trinidad ownership while St. Vincent. St
Lucia and Bt;. will also be rep r.-sen ted bv horse* owned
' '"Mies.
The Ihri
i lion ami
ll the wickt-t for over

Ing and he prodV
delightful Uuitngj
run out I

COLLEGE
DEFEAT
LODGE
ntdad ini Th.
I'lIC 1,111' .ll
June lUn.ii
vn half-bred
Betawn i wall
M:-(IM HAV-Monriai m Mil
-I MM l-l | -, \h} -
* fan
l Quran
i Mot i rtarbados, who
be racing in iliiis O.
The Barbadej Derby, the feature
event of |he meeting, attracted ;, 't^']
nal acceptors from the lone H
i a) Ihoaa who had paid nub- '
I vourib ini thu race ,'
! ll ha Heat Wishes the Burning
Lodge School hi 103 run f' U i* Ull] froi Bl
rent. IhiI due lo her recent illness '.
efcet match Inldad ahe I not the out- ?
he 1 oda> B I I nding choice aha was ., fe
day of tw# grou up Her chief rival waa *'"** frana. i ir.
and ahatf houra bit < >. Road*, the big gelding bv v.,,*i.i L
ijand b< m In* day July 2SI,odnr win- [>,inuk out of Apul Shower* Mil..
by Mr. Alexander Chin of J
... .... . ....... .n ... n-,., afirwrki ii
i bcuii filnt the
-Jiegp
i,in Bailey
after an
bour*j pbq will
lead) behind the

11 without a loes
wicket that
nl which Lowaon maktni bis n
too 27.
A
ked and Co
i in:- < ipentnj
C. s it .. .
College by Bcorln
Hi s needle, and It Dash
knocked up 11
Loda)
1
I ... ;, |
B.G bui he ton was ill in Trini-
,1 rtu ... Hi the in> c tl. .
hardlj < onatdi

their turn ai the
-cored as run
due i
ling by M. Bin

gOOd
who
'.-..
, :. -
It IIDtt.r
i llrdr
' Van Ryneii-
ChMttwn
! Maclean i
..
III.HBO b BTOVIi
ratl#rall
~JI VI Ml I IIKI --
* .-l-,.,., hi, ran

Wind.
Fall -1 wlcaeK
lr Ml; 4 for SM. ' !<> JW 1
foi 491. fur .*-, lor i*
HOHMM- 1VAI 1 "Is
40; 3 f.ir ail.
1-1.. ..
Hilton
Cm pWa
rvni-AKn- t
llnlton IU>1 out
Lo, Ml no' II
MM
am in
Cricket Renuittt
July 21.
Score* in Bnallah County Crick-
et gain*** which ended to-day were
as follows
OUun-to-lwiT Va. Hif> Bl Ml I
rr :u and ii nii.im-ii-i-Mtf tn ,
and 11J f Urnl
OIni.r*terthire won tv nnir wlrhvtt
Hanipohno v. MtddlnM ' Pori
Middle>r< *T| for 4 wlofcrln. llanipafine
SM and Hi fer I whkrl* M.i< n dm**
| v. rW.V.^hire at I..ik-U.na
r*tn)yihlrr r0 und MD lor S wirhtta
d-Wr.-l K-i.l ll -rid 13^ l>rrb> .luta
I These include
Wit,. Bell and Usher. itVMtoan stakm
Btewarda' Stake* for A cIubs 1'' "
i jartw antrj than usual na aaat*
and there are 8 on the curd foi jnl rilBM
ttl avanj hn f theae are in ?Hj
the top claaa. one in A2, one in B Boatbtila
nd another from Cl The live A V'-f
, |aM(llanUareAlomicII GunSate ,.'
haeced fOUl ilOOl Huiii-. Eluabetran and itrake s Kpia,.,r
wicketafoi seven run-. He bowl- "i""' the Ual named staging a
baoh aftei nearly l#n years r<
,'. t! the irack Kebate who did m.
day, Harrison CoUen had cored weH in Trinidad without winning. Apromwi
he ivy raJna, play -.ti Hie Blainta from B. and ihe French
July 18 brad mtro Flu-uxce from Cl<
bed out KullowinK are the enlrlea for
Dd iniuriRs each race with the approximate
at 64 for the loss of two wl< ket weights tor the weiaht-for-age
carried then race*
m ana i'* of
veil wickcui and ooclared. N.
on oinit in at numlirr Ibn. t-UAlDaN ITARIB
In .he battina n
ught and
I owled bv Wilkie.
Wllkie
ively.
Loirfga araa daatdaaad for
.i theii acond Innings
the only batsman who gave ><"VI* P4flh.
ist.im e *. tlie -tfadv bowlinx of in-M Hik-h
Mr. lleadlei wen Mr V L'l '
McComle II. C. Oranc 15 und SflJST*"
Reefei 14. Mr Headley'^ bowl- qJJnrtan .. .
nig annlysls- Wl 'we .t^aro- 11
maldtffli it runa, five wlekeis. .iwt.am
,...........-...
Si.iies are as follows: ni-l*
n.MiitiviiN COI.1JK3E wi liunnti tomiu
wuki* i, rai i Wat*, ii.li j n-uMan lAMin^r
l HoM> inn owl 1 r,.,, Hoadu I fir.
IIU.... Wllhaa
nvtv iav
i Panic

. itochn
0M Bud art
, ho'li loot
nd x> i
-I M MU Ii II VS..I. M -
: ran.
Sun Una.'11
K.d Chorki
I'.-i'iiia I'm-.,...
Haiiuairn .. .
HUlnU>
Ability
Demur*
I "Haiti
oaicaaa
I-and Mara
OOUTISll ; con-
t im i!ii'l\ beal b nil ill then
m Tav-;
Icr and Phyllis Pitzpatrick scoretl
Starfifhs Ifrsl defeol for the season. Goldfish still have one
match to play, but Starti.sh with fourteen points to
redit are the wlnjwri of tha I9S1 loguzua and will bo
"d with the V di : up at the end
"i 'he s<

tin
th goal
. to be
'ending the shore go the last goal of the match.
I i mediately w. : was Mr. Bain
'.rook*
I and ha tha niajorlty of the The ummdj am
IK -' t half the ball arant from nt. F Carmich.V'i
Chandltr,
Id* abk to i iler and J.
I i .. Mill.
p pit net
^ -ind- old, P
i< k opened Um.....el Fit and M
th a Ml i lyl ii
i, .i :handkfi
t I .1 M i. This bnmithi ti Buu f. i ind C
''.; I
n, and i Cap* I
in t.hni aaemed lik< I Id tdn.il Vldmer,
W Uw DM P MahOO and B
; OoMflah ant the ball upfleld tt
i'. the le^ultiriK k".il-throw. "
. m Tuyloi In the i
i rward line k<>' ''- baU at
m ii acond
1
S i stage St
iss I they were able i<> keep
tteeki until ball ti
in The Saeond Hall
i*i >,., aftai
>ii* '
SUrflah l ft win
JJJ Ooldfl h
fJJ I rite Who was on top (O
na needed a cornei. Iit
IM i ulted.
*' Cioldflsti were now showInK
r.<' imdai tanduig
ll I IIIISI
in th**
ADVOCATE
High Blood Pressure
Kills Men & Women
far frmn lliSn Wi-.l I'r.uur., ia a mvaivrioua aiaaaaa that aaaa-u
Ik.ui tlw nn .< .h.na- u< uuaaal
la lli--*il n.v of irlu. n ruafliroaiU
maw aympioma of Hi|b aUood Praa-
u*. aea. N'tiniiinm. li'adxkH al
ia ar. Lb. k f had and abova aya*.
Enaauia In h-a.l. diulnaaa. aatatt
raalh. p.lna it. hn. tmIiHOUm.
poor atff>, laaa of memory aad taaip,
aaily atcllad. frar and worry. IT you
ufl-r an> or Ih'sa ayanpiotna. den I
drla> Irpjln.i nt a alr.flr day. bacavBaa
>'.ui l.f- :r_. \,r m dangar Maac*
lto.r.fly known u H)iwil. a n*W
-iiadiUl d.a. ...r> (rdi,, ,% Hl,1 Blood
1 i"un nun tn- r-iiai duaa, (ara a
luayy Uad off lf>r h-jrt. and makaa
rau f-l yrat. .ounfr m a f.w daya.

cmypro
om Ndko from )
ll H ii^r-nic.d la aui ya
ar.J >uwn M money aa.1*.
m
}JJ iaT*i*un iiandk \r m damn
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rm- ,%-
C'-PUMI "> r*a\ta
i", ra*.
ir
Sunlone
J Mary Ann
JJJ Dulclbella
_'* Collaion
iioiariN aTAKia-iu
" Uavolte
!!: Mi roand.hip
' I. fail
ItaUi Will,a,.,, b Kariiui
Oiimiti r (..ll I. ralmar
M Hrl
i b i M out
William> ^iKriit
n flaaa >
IIBtAI
Tall ,.' -ukvi.
, hi m
a TV, ami IT4 Ma'i-h da
V..f.-hir.- ^ smtland at I
BaeUand m and in. Varki
gfl for I wlcfeai
Voik.hlrp ..n U> 1 wWkal
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73 >V -at MMaa BTAKBa SUMMERHAYES
TO-DAYS FIXTURE
tl ....
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WlUUa
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LOOOa IM InaliUH
ii mi Haaatla
i Biaunon*
f: lliiirt iiwoii I l> h Bltiiim>n>
i la ii \ti lU.....
< Qllt -U-1 w.i" HairLoni h
Sally
'. .i.i > I'i.i.i-
ihah and Lw
Nd lo Ntlr
.tat. I.
Rain pre..nt,.i ,.i.....n Wednea- B r;
day and Tb ll \uek in the ,- H .....
imubUy rinabi tor the Y k n,.,.,K,., a .
deUm i Summer- *;* '*-"
hayoa Lawn Tcnnli Tounuunant .ii j r*mm r-M aui
Thl-s nature will take place
today ut 4J0 pjn
The couplea are l> W W
J. S. B. Deai v C l< E, Warn*
und L, A. ilulihins-.n
Veslerdin's Kesiilt-
VH \ ~ -IM.II *
Ir. "i......F. R. At-
t. 8 . t- '.'
Balm
-TBAIAI.OAB BTAKF- <
thin playen interi I
during pla.v Ttn
..ii came from
ho once again beat thi
"4todlan Joan Ghent.
With the hall back ll
Itarflah were first on It I
need into the Goldfish goal
.i determine'! eflorl
hut well piaead allOUl from th'
S'liflsh forwardi. how* i
. II plopiied by the (iolil
kee it irbai i Hunt.- Tha ha
a at once again trans)
Ihe Starfish goal area Bl i
r elee in front of the St.
i I-
1 urth and Ana! goal el Ihe match
feree was Mt
Second iiiinu-
ia> Tha second guna
IP I n itlng a& the first, but it vj
J" neverthalaai .1 good matt
Nymph* u iln tl < I
seven showed woa)
hive been able to BCCoUaPalSh h.i
they iH'ii abui t" put In Un 1
rtronaeat team In the water '"
every game. Mary Km I
Hetty Willi.on. in tl iS
i>ack line played a fighting garrn
.ind it was chU'i!) due loth
-rf.i-.i work that l
'''" were kept at a safe 01
"waTi, M Ml
irakr ihe scoring earl) 111 tha Brat half
return Lady Jean Chandler trt
*hct from just inside the half-wa)
mark. The ball struck th
bar and Into play
Grenada Nelball
minutes lab r Robot
.1 determined awlm-through,
ball and goalkeeper Into tha
Koal to score tin- I
At half tin
If] lapha ;' Met n al I. Joyo
Kikstcm and Pal Manet
. 1
N.mphs in thai
After the |nt<
>" tnl^*n
Mi- Panlr
Fair Salh
On-llit,K Pin
Sweat Bi.k.
No to-Hlb
lour Opens Ttntuy
The team which haa beer
hoaan lo 1.....nt I rbad
the Nelball Mutch gall
u- .ut.i tinlay ut S.OO p.m. at gi
ft Cotltae ,. .is follOWl
111 S Ii 0 o 1 e 1 riiclma ll.HKci
; 1... .e Jea i handfe Cen- ^,4 , ineraaoi then .score. J
sey. Defending ChBn(1ier w, ..ughoul
Maine and she am
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Yesterday's
Weather Report
FROM ......HM.loN
RBlnfall: .01 In.
Total Rainfall lur nnuillt to
dale : 4.M ins.
IIUjhel Irmprrallire : 8i.S
lolM-l I .Ill-.-IT lllll. : 14.S
F
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hour. Direction V I M I
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Blleen La Hae, Attacking cent..
Uma Wiismi. Centra Doreei
alttena, Defendlna Centra
" fence: Angela Andrew
Ikeepei Dorothea Syl
They'll Do It Every Time
PbVBCT Auas, PlAUSBLZ xrs
MARK TriE LITERAL EFFORTS
of RanoNey quotts
ll*adia>
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WHAT'S ON TO-DAY
I 1. at IIMrirl "H- into
Deatt ol Charlea Mr
( BOBaj 10 a.m.
I'nliie CaaWta and Juvnillr
( ourls 10 a.m.
!lr-llrn of the llouiini:
Board 10.30 a.m.
old Beys' Dinner al Marine
I Intel
I u^t Intermediate and Sr-
eaad Mvaalaai Crtekei jt
thr raeaaoa gnaaali
1 p.m
I iist Division |
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rnplra V M i' C. at
Hall
1 nl- 1 al Carl-
llaga al Lodge
Combermere
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Cabl. va. Em-
alrt t Boa lad Hall
1 ntal Hospital vs. Pick-
wick at Black Hock
Spartan at
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Foundation vs. Wanderers
at Foundation
Carlton at
FRENCH
DRESSES
I'la in (.0I11 in -
in Triplr .Iitm'\ -
Sije- IS. II. III. IS

Slri/ietl Jersey-
with Rlatdc Wateti
Si/t-i 12. II. III. IK

Slri/ietl Jersey
wilh Hurril Skirls
Si^es 12. U. 16. IK
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street
PROVIDE lEIMAIII.r PROTHTIOV FOR
F.XTFRIORS
AND IIK.H INTERIORS
RED HAND HARD GLOSS
Tulip CaftOa, "aT f ream. V tVhlte.
RED HAND TROPICAL ffBRI
Retains il* whilrnna.
Ill 1> II VM> BPBCOA1 PAINTS
For exterior* and Interior*.
Grey, Dark Orrr. B'doa Licht A Dark
Slonr Oak Brown.
RED HAND PERMANENT GREEN
Willi Ore) underrostlna.
RED HAND MVTINTO FLAT OIL PAINT
For Inlrrlor*. Cream. While. Green.
ED HAND tONCRFTE FI.OOK PAOfTfl
Grei Mid Green. Brifh' Red.
WILKINSON & IIAYNES CO.. LTD.
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