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PAGK I.K.HI BAItltADOS ALLOCATE THtKSIMY, AUGUST 2. 1951 I In ( %  .|||lB|B4. : ad/ not love II. %  %  %  • Pharos II: %  %  %  ,. , proving. HoweV" i darted with %  I< iRNING we iv. i % %  wi I be I a up gallop for thi The track nn IUMI but was* (driei than 1 Ihoughl u Mid having f^ h u .^£J* M nntahm mai been rolled the day baton it avan . p to lallope lik.rfarroween't stood oui ai vn Riv< im P r four but on I irom Mr RUIK-II leak* thai I am the lime Keepers in \ Derbycanmdate. BOX eked i ackwai peat m '•'/*'? Stafford Stake which shaken i d vanguaid Record Car Is Nearly Ready AT ABINGDON, BERKS to MM <>l the im 1' \ T Goldtc Qardnar'a Mi; SMOUI which U due Icj hurtle ruuntl the Suit L..' I'S A., next month at over two miles a minute, card Mermaids Forfeit Match pd down to half ia law Five la I.M i half in %  %  %  %  %  "1IIIHI I %  likely wil .the cloec I %  facilitate mattan i %  inimeilij.il l> t with a %  Did live i It %  nlfna In 106 hava had much Ihe betwfT ,, tci ..f Iha .' ". uya on the i'. I Bi tan gallop appeared to h t I from the :t %  %  pressive hown engine, a* fitted ... tth ;. sports -ted with %  super% %  h to QoMnah i %  to ratoa lt team Work Da) And Nafta 1 .._ would have been ti i igue. i nave been working night Of] ihe Installation C l .. %  end of the competition, Tabl In enernUj The HUM left to right, siio• cut dawn, %  %  from the radn %  %  pllmentai Then* are those a I* it Is too open and th;tt the Judge u ,u bo %  % %  fused by the I 04 Qi i with D v.. • Went well I %  1 .04. I anted Slainte t; CUtaa (Hall-Pmb) pi iyed, ii \* P i irl) D %  i LCI I wfll %  I OP. v-rY strong on the hit i>Upp I %  in I 241 she must lxa lai M IIM % % %  %  %  oni I tl on the bit inane %  ha %  %  %  • one went with Nidi.of ii c • %  lie Grant i %  In. .n 04ft. and la i."... Not allowed dcular horses On the lighter aide, muth but live m i 06 is not slow yesterday, are fad like coe mere are others who say It i Looked bettei Jewel i oner fat one I ,1, .f a scaffold and are than staii. companion Paa t ii n g batter than her coi %  I %  i ->se hanging Pruiceai with whom 'he worked doing live In 1 OH 4/5. near the fudge's head In case the) Should give tha Ba a good run. Mtas rriendal dislike his derision. Open or unLunwayi obviously a good one iQavotteo who did (OUI With her rightly, I ''ill think It will be an with peculiar behaviour only on in 53 2 a nt on the old box i lye I Itll | As ihe method I pay doing five In 1.041 on the log ISM | classes last Suntut Mabouya; too much for Creole stable companion Worked live nn the Insim. no timetaken Mi-. Panic live In I 04i Did i I.nt am lo'd In. I. %  %  %  ..^ed. he. Apparently '""e reieree will be Mr. r PVwtlar. Thianernoon %  RetV % %  M P P • Trial Matches This Month M.C.C. CHOOSi: 14 FOR PAKISTAN AND INDIA AM lionStill To Conw By PETER DITTON Australia and la a pace be. tun of speed With two more still to be added it is not possible t. :jitliest how ram will line U] % %  : rmitt possible to \l of hi^h-qiiality from the 14 names so far available. team would tI Ix>wson. Robrrtion. Spon %  ,. Uatas Rlkcriaa, ntsaraall, statham. ThiXI contains six recognised batsmen in Robertson. Lowaon. Ikin. Graveney. Spu-mer and Howard. Walking Shaiklelon and LONDON. THE M.C.C. recently announced the names of 13 of the plaven. who. under the captaincy of Nigel Howard Robertson (Middlesex) <34 i Lowson iVork-smrei <2il. Ikin lljineaahire) (33) Oravaaay, T w. (Gioucsi (24i Watkin (Glamorgan) (Z). Rhodes i !*• toyahlre) (34). Tanersall (Lancashire) (M). Btatham Lancaahtra) (21). Ridkway (Kent i < 27 > i 31) Hilton (Lana • i Bhackleton i Hampshli i (iforpt'lovtn l-adit's W in ll<>< k.\ Cup ilwuldort, would raq %  :. i so, and more aucei years of cricket To take the places of the• front-line" stars the MCC have. however brought in such BOO crteketers as Spooner of Warwl< kihlra, Sbaekleton of H a m ps h lto. i to have found favour with the lane, hare BJ %  r day's resulb A Cln-s (Imported & W.I. Brad) Atomic ll did paca a sand track only. May have flnlait work oi perhaps do his Una) to-day or Frul I ing his old self s nd very 111 Bumalas it is my m | %  %  %  that this hoi-pulled up limping %  < i is believed thai in r covert.] | ment was "finished lik.n machine vary restrained BUII." Should ba._a.food shot in t< • th Isaldea -.• %  not p io M vc in I 04i. A good thing for the M Tlberian Lady old and fussy. liny to hox in 1 241 and tiv. In -J' 08( *l> Class (West Indian Hredl Bow lullBvo m l.fl on th< • oik. (12 Blue Diamond: tini inbrol half-bre.1 who in^erlhe-iam than his sire and or grand-sire. Five 1 II. Joan'St.ii ojovi-d ti-i IMUI h for partner Will <>' the Wl p II. Five In 1 0 i not lean uo to *.. SUMMERHAYES TENNIS TOURNAMENT Jhtch i jns .HI thi track by trn nvc furlong pots he stepped in B Cross Roads: (Derby eamli. hole. When 1 h'ft the track It was date): worked very well Indeed ;. "„, not v* known whether it was doing BDOUl H furlongs. Boi U fceriou^ enough I" keep him out of box in I L'4 |, It! BVS in l 01 I the races altogether but no doubt |>2 we will know In B day or two. M;ifV AriM ,,„,.,. ,,„;„„., ,,.„,. Otherwise he started off on s mile work) ..„ „..,. lk ,. r ,,. m-tnniid pOtftloa of | good 'lark horse HBTN'I BWG1XB nl* led Umpires > Iht two ll %  notasaable that he was slowli down and he finished leveral Belli length* behind his companion l>einK pulled up by till rider. A most unfortunate piece of luck. Drnke'5 Drum: still standing up after many rumours of lameness. Worked no time Elizabethan did i t->ut 7 furlongs on the inside box to box In i '1 Sun Site worked with llurm thai bn Ls BtM ti-.'. M IVOI h.. rd by K. been Five in 1.06 1/5. II of DulclballB five In 1 00 a mi],. panhjai Idled •" %  EM" wanted with CotlesJong The mile in I a(H iox to ton dang nye in 1.00 %  %  ket A W IHOyoa, told lluAdvocate era be .,\. 1 thai soi e official not 1 ras and still the full w. Wiles deflated L. O. Hutchinaon I 3. 8 6 and <> I Both players pla.i l.utchinson played his l %  in the second m which ha t>k rears l, v live ga to one. However, consequentlj the games wan ., .,. and uipi rlorlt) %  tin* need afti 1 SO p.m. Mi at the r vlcton In the llnal an which he that aevoi ei were arriving Boa worked with Boa took i e-2. It,n %  ,f|,r %  f""'"" <"• the Inside, rive In mTba aacond match was betwi rreci toning time wai 1 p.m 12 (•. K K Warner and V. 11 ChanHe said thai BII Buatam did 5M, furlongs bul ery. V n Chemiy won in two tune recorded. Btralgh| SOU, 6—2 and 6—1. Will O' the W^p II vcrv DhOTl The la-1 m.I.li in tlM ouarter i>rk Five in I IW( bwirelv Apall will be played on Flidai anernoon whan V H Chenery will thai oppoas i. A Harrison. drawn, Io I am to Iha ear's ueint: I I o i I*, i ,, %  • ft nival aathoriit* i fa a ahoa 11 ISth .1 • :li July a* previimsly sdieduL t win fly ov.-i to Iha IStti August to mak' emenl 1 nits He Mil) bs and Ren Jaekaoo <; run" a k ea n uataanal lah I • IO the 30's. They have %  fur all the techi nd, letncriibeiing their past successes, Gardner daa c rl b as tliem an unbeatable combi n at i on' Hilton of Lancashire and RJ Ol Kent With the exception OC n and Hilton, i--th M ved in one Test against Ihe West Indies last summer, these Bra all new names to representative honours. That is not to say they are not worthy of them. Only the consistent form of those they I is quietly confident the* .... be attained. If Gardnc (PI, a number of other ln.,1 and local records will ^"-^ned Ynj"because the MCC ,1 o rail by the way ;'I hope te |hnl Uc> lhcse othtr lie able t.. dernonstrale said Col T kketer had to wait until Gardner, -that Brtttab Automotive J" tSwEari look a wrfi. tWn tJ" deserve,! rest. OOa la the world and am ronn1 ing able to enhance the QJ lne remaining members of the ,. emioh the MG TD s(dc on i v the captain himself an:l engine already has in the United Rhodes have not previously been selected for their country or for touring team Howard need • 1 %  %  i-idiutlon. He It he won the M.C. In the Aral world wai during which he broke %  lag .„ ii. an airplane crash. He later I kin on Iha 1 %  %  iha igh it u ~'i 1,.! batter Hhodc< 1fta an approach to a "surp"" li Ike Man Bin %  ':<• war he has rendered yeoma.i M ni.c to liis itiimty both as a lu Ha h ; %  rroimad the hat-trick four til "^T'T'T,'""^-' wTnU^Bata the only Derl.yshire batsman ever Ch-mpil .. Mw 100 runs before lunch ,,,. GEORGETOWN. July 'J4 1 Club beat the 11 (' Heel arban ha |-'rformef weh Stalwarts as The "hard core" of the team 1par and .< -red the 1 1 deer, Evans rspraaanted by Robertaoo, the only tone go, 1 of the afternoon. From and Sioipson. eontatfl <\Lst\ batsman to aeore. 2.00ti fhr ol all Oul surprises. was raallaad Bach of the post-war seaf %  following al ago that thoe pl.i>> tJuvMH-y ..f GioucesWj who lack, bul with i>->tti del %  ,t reera, have lme the has hit eight centuries this seew-n % %  Undine up valiantly. At Iha M brunt of English .Ticket on IheU and has earned his place in UM "' * : : hall ol lav ln> Teal laam Bgalnal South Africa; ; ,l1 Iku. of Lineashi.c. back to Ihe Mi>-.u]x)k well. 14—12 gl the hands of tli. 1 1 .11!' in iball players of ROM 1 when the iwo toanu pla; 1 1 ft m aal College veatai laj evi ning. ball Bla if Hums Apollo worked just as 1 ma\ M Ihe leaving. No time ii.orded. April's 111 earn (two-vear-old I 1 23*. three In 41. a Joint Aj 1 ii Flowi 1 not nan up C Stakes 8.30 a. ;. go 1 La Haa, ta opened wttl I I .. I .1 .tig wen every utlle, until hall time llai bados w.i lmmediate]> gfb r Apronuah (twa-yaar-old): 11 M 1/0. iaks baekward Ijoht (two-yenr-old) rork looked better than unDenloo doing Bva 1 k> 11 lull moving I'll' %  nn Elizal not go. B Class Demure. I did not BM her with 1 panion ; %  the time-keepers .. bit baffled by tiif way ihi Bnlihad rucaly, Tbayaaldshi itarted fast but flnCardinal (two-year-old) imIshed slow, whether by inMnnproved since Saturday but this tions or naturally they were not might bo due to the absence of sure which The time to) Ihi five mud Five in I 06 3/5. was 1.041 Cavalier (two-year-old) did Harroween was allowed Io run five with Bright Light on Iha Utfreely all the way but still iimshed side N.. tuna taken bul not as with something to spare. An ex.>ood as his companion, although (.client gallop Five In! 02* .. %  had. Landmark flvi fairly comfortChutnev (two-yesr-olil) • wen'. able in 1 04* I u Una] iooke• %  % %  Canibrldse*hire Sjusaar • Beech Melhi and Odds and Ends All My Members who are also My Friends, are reminded they are always welcome any day from 9(H) a.m. to 9.00 p.m. 11.1 HX II AM i: Al THE CRANE HOTEL SATI'RDAV, Al'Gt'ST 4TH By kind permission of the Comm!s>:. %  MUSIC by THE I'OLICE IIANCE ORCHESTRA • Fsncy Dress Optional -:Dress Informal AdmissUn : $1 90 Including Light It r fresh me nl Dancing 9 0() p.m. to '-'.08 a.m you'll Say "9l'A Wotvdshgul PLAIN BEMBERG CREPE Suitable for . MAKING ( IIILDKIN %  DEEM1 and BLOISIS l-OR I.IDIFS l'jstcl shades of (ireen. I'eacli. I'ink. Blue. Turquoise. Maisr. and WhlU-. Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. Broad Epicure: not seem up to 80. Fust Flight: ditto. "'£h„ ,„,„ n |i •une.U ROvorS B Mlracls an bacura three-yearthe. Sylvester were the ba. kbonc obi who ahowa great pronuaa. Bul "> ""' ' %  •"" '" awndlng then tO Uttla eknown that I cannot nets. Thes,were the two w %  Thcyll Do Ir Every Time — By Jimmv Hatlo NEXT STOP* SOUTH SARAZASSO! ^ X TWOlWHT HE ^\7 evERy NK5HT ) WKS CsCTTlNG A FAST }) rTS THE SAME — SWRT TO RACE J ME SlTS THERE THE TRAIN TOTWE1 [ WITH ASACAHT I^FXT S'A-ONi M\ STARS. T1UAC The r afar eea a/are id Mil Donovan. This evening Ul It rill meet Queen's Coll i it combined Yesterday's Weather Report IHIIM t (H)RINGTON RabafaUi Ml Mi i -t li-mpcrjture n.o-F LaaraaJ Temperature: 75.0" F Wind Velocity 7 mil lo.il ll. meter (9 a.m.) (3 p.m.) 19.911. COMMUTER TRAIN •• TlANS. TO hABDLD L. P3TTCR. 82A *>&A OR.. DELIGHTFUL... AT TEA TIME LUNCH TIME ALL THE TIME rut-: twMii.vs J & r R BREAD &



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Till ll-ll VV \l I.I -I J M.-.l IIAKKAIMIS Vl.vui Mi PACK TIIKM: r ILN* Defence Line Is Stronger Than Ever SEOUL. Julv 31. IF KAI •ind the C>rnmui.i Q .ill-out attack against the United defence line %  %  %  %  uMriorttv of I m i* dictating I'N : stand in KUHH •gainst Communist argu.-i demarcation line al • *roill ftnd the sube%  Od .-.on*. %  |-nnnif. ihe chiet Prices Rise Sharply Since Ihi in certain .•**<:,:. land has snne .,, 300 per cent, in some ram, according 1(1 11*111. trol Board and H %  Before October, 193!' milk, n my Ml i most tver> Barbadian I •old at U rents |iet tin. TI i now 32 and 33 l of well beef whl was sold at S and IS lb, now costs the housewife 3K M cents. She paid 48 rent* per lb. for her COOklflf the tlRM 13 tba | without lhal hiwill dUcdka tai) ivel .uid not on %  %  "I. He consider.' Ill 1 demand is a roblam. illy chosen words and • has told Nam 11 North Korean and i'C militarily ROME. July 3! He has shown t l iem on Premier Alcide OaapSrl .. .. %  rHOn U ;-' overIhe Italnn people on Tuesday To d Uw itrtTifQl Of expect higher taxes. Strike control laws and curbs on iho t01 arc carefully trenust preas In a new austerity i the most advantageous programme to prcaervc the demrou the front, ocracy ->nd speed of Italy s rearmV l.-.t Await* Ked> N. force* ;irc set up in depth Higher Taxes T'dad lias Not Seen Lor 1 Italians r? i g\e r • *>• uncl UI Price fuses He sounded a warning in readm a* attic* SlttLlSttVSSEi should Communiau decide to take Bve Uay -old Government and In some CUM ihe mere;., iln. Tbe will be nsklng for hl flrsl votp n( lo ln items a comp.tred witn th< l i-minding tnat will ( i enc ter "ftS? ' : ; '' ** AtXn & lhcv took in Both the SenMe and the ChamIn 193H according to figures aptlie Spring offensives. her of Denutu^ ra exi.vt.vl lo Hearing in the Trinidad 0r*i „. them lna lh( JJ^J, "g^ !" SbHf^S ,5 tecenih ,1 loun tremendous policy. De Gaspei. said his new Eg* ""o^' -r'" V ^2SS b • rUUw y bmmkp in preaent posittwo-party Anti-Communist Govm IMP This hH been increased too*. I, ,n the attack, enough ernment consisting ptwipalU of *".g !" "" ,"" : Tnbers of his Chrnttlu Demao^erJMper rt cenJ. < CrK.king ( h U tter pourdlng they will get m their cratlc P-rty would Rive top prior%  :> areas, they will have to ity to •strenf.heni.ig the developadvance over ground that has been rnent and tightening" of an At/eroi'l m to the last yard with (antic Pact alliance, but he and other infanorapped a thinly veiled warning try A that new taxes for reermnment They will have to Advance would be necOSsan f p i minefields and through ,nces 'hat can be covered ;.l will with hundreds of gallons 0g furl and then make I i i tgh borbed wire, %  fanaticism should carry High the barbed wire w.ii aUU weeps of U.N machinegun, .nf.ntry rifle, and f^'parT,,.,, automatic weapons, blasting lank y OhUlulM and recoiless rifles. If they survive all these ill still have Ir ( contend —/ ifu in 1,11 Secretary ti (Fltn Our Own ( nrri'Npiindeul) n i,r or SPAIN juiv 00. "AS A RESULT OF RE-ARMAMBNT, prkM I ;n Ti intdad nMgdTObago Will conUtnM Ul rtt Ihroufhi ut this y< 1. -ieclnn-el the Hon. A. R. W. Ruben-1gon. Kin.i'it'.. 1 Secretwi M I rrw ConfctnuCfe -We have 10 make up our minds It \H STATES EXPOSED g> I mm Paae 1 1 DI the gini|> • ilertlve union nt BOWn %  fhieh to ilil redni-e hot icI >' I H \ %  I S Syria and L*bv. %  to union "lit' %  /. / //ciot s BHO MH; iffffl \RI poeOL \ft t\ IU; f All the Arat> Slat j thrent %a tin t-n.i beUewi thai hunatet) at H j was sol at K cent1 %  • prtea ..ii ike snies ngMnM ihani dlplomaUc reg* ait nmgh then i~ uti 1 ganuln i ommunlam In K •dpad b % %  : wan ead | the maSM which cost 40 1 %  %  has M| only gone up by IB cents, an in; ,,i V ancc < crease of less than SO pa On the other hand this commodity here lias been increased by well-nigh 75 per cent. Following is a list 11 %  Eea items and the pi about T11n1H.nl have %  %  from Sunday Trinidad Guardian. |SSJ *llrH %  Ml Papagos Will Run For Parliaineat and face facts and we have nol seen the end o( b vet r oe another bombahatl soon" he concluded Mi Rot rteon tailed the d In the Its I cKoHCF/roWN gloui broadcasts U milk and rice He *airt pOputu than nnv other \9p M that then t|,,ni rag In Hrili*h OttltMO.000 for nnlk and SI 12.000 for ana according to a poll nee. % %  rials nt ptatton /KV. Oeorgeu atduetad the -"' lhi %  where conuimThey had ttready uttll 1 I 1 thai l| showed also that nis 1 i^^.^.. • led 1^*-MTJ.OOU out of $-IO.0(Mi up to the me i.lturnl orientation flf BrlMttl '" v 'M ,' ,> V' end of Jrne thi< •. % %  ..! Thl Coun IQid kl IMre North Ai'irrlcnn lttlnit * ntoat %  '"r" 1 11 .ii had %  greed timt saving) on one)than r.ntish • I propaganda was boueved • cemmodushould he Utilised to-1 —B.t P %  <•> 'I" wards nothei commodity. ITnfntiii'. Itely, then would be no savings on BOUT, rice and pTOViliona," he said. i • • ft* '• -.' if' 1; .:>. *n v ,• '1/ King Smiler" orders the worhl uirft | of Cow iintf Gate Milk Food. And we at* Irving hard o can* ol dM mhh> wise ami (MII.-IU.III Knlcr fm or iDBBa SBa l-i\ Hahlci 4ic veiling fin Cow and Gu*. Sunieilnni; a tin It hriici. %  omcthiiiK a I111I1 ilitlirvm. IIIM BaBBSI I iiand fiair pec-vndnrni Truu 1* why Moihcri u,-"Tti.i. la ae d l l nfj -!""• %  Bke il — noihiiig au good when natural (ceding fail*" cow & GATE mr* L 3U FOODB/'ROYAI. BABIKS IIIUIMIUM'N Worried Plf.h hri'l BMI-.I ATHENS GREECE. July 3! Greece's No. 1 hero Field Max|.hal Alexander Pnpago* will Kita Is Brake Pavs .S.' V Bul Dflj In House R<'ni HOLLYWOOD. July 31 Rita Hayworth BPpS broke to hei lawyer, but her friends sgri sd onl is still m the onips i" i ley Crum. attorn* haired gjsinour She "definitely || in s hole financially". Hut' I I here said "that depet you look at It." It's a mailer of relafivit> LOFiDON. July 31. pocket she would |f, Warsaw, the Potash broke. After all ,t ilaged, day. ihe higgesl ever political Nevada Bt 1 per day hotvl nung > . %  In.iking for a houseand .The purpose _0f Molntnv*. M idBousstwiTeg n more than ever with the Increa 1 lei •lied at foodatUffa, Up went the nt in the September price for pea*, local sg| made brooms, lumljer, ooconui Papagos. conqueror of Commeal, Edible oil and .i few HWJ niunist rebels told 4 press conitems Ivan the |. %  with (,-renre Monday he was entering cut has gone up to Slat) cents. erenancy m the politics to give Greece "the stable "1 am very mn. i N infantrymen. Government nf which she Is in Midden rltg In prtoM and UM tad If Iho tf-N. HiKh Command need." that the trend 1world Widi should order an attack there are The Field Marshal quit o not make the resulting burden any powerful task forces ready to Commander in Chief of Greece's easier to Iwat." taui Hon. Alliert ;irmed forces in May because of Gonn I labour. Mr. IU want a the dispute with King Paul and Oomr> is urglnB but will not rehis Palace advisers over what food growing 11s a long range Papagos" supporters called poliliproject. raj appointment, to top army Psts M mtghi i^ more In OovamDespite pleas from US. Amn ent's i.-.terrM t„ ,i. ; M. bastsoor John Peunfoy he refund *um.swch.„. si slUbls to subsi-1 to return dlsmg our own food produ Papagns had the eonildence of f thus. promole U" the U.S. Government |n handling ''/""" foodstulTs. but thrs is Ainerici.il military aid to this %  '"rig !" "K C P" < Communist threatened country. "on which 1 know i* at the moPapag.*' statement did not inmenl agitating the mind of the dicauwhat political party he Hon. the Minister of Agncultu • %  —t'.r. Htds Curry Out General Purge Of East Europe ivould associate himself ith —C.P Is plannIl month in 1 broke?" ; M.n .%  1 was down to net gold "thl 1 atiythin: — 1' P. %  j : aw. and the critical word* haoenUng clear CHIEF BRITISH ATOM SCIENTIST MAY QUIT %  %  HABBOUR LOG In Carlitle Bay S*h Uad Nulwn. Sk-h Routine M Four genemls, three anu other mllitfirv omLOdSy fi m Warsaw nl plotting against the ill Join the long list of Cxechi Mini llvu'lrtta. S1I1 Raintxr M MiMrrd Walla**. Ya*ht Mara.t**the Supreme CMII I. Smltn. Sth ll*m> D W. Vni Marianne. S**. Marin Orl* m h W 1. Eunlcia. Yatht KM M V Antant*. a a lnvntur, ti.U-rpiiw S S s Ti 11 AHWVAXB Sch gnWrprlM 8. u 10m. riemlm, IIMII Sir Johr I.MSH '. Ooekcrofl may ajuit l rian %  Okdals, who recently _, %  the MOSCOW orderScssisafr Ow I .1* of eastern Euroiress. During ihe last few days the M r Generals. '" Wideninu Ua explain %  M items at ma onal ks Irri but the 4 lo lind more and nun Rtones <• %  111,1. I In I %  I steadily widened i>> furthei teiet nrreasei." An> hope of early •llevlation Is out ol the question., A 1 i.pidly 10 '1 Bh U %  I !.|. I ' Ull|lnl'l %  A •nee, or death of < %  : erals, Zadina. Veslv. Pavel, and Zlenodo %  —UP. head of Britain• at< :ui%  inm gofl establishment I Uw Supply Mini trj 11 o day night. London newspaper^ h .... 1 I B protoct "Inca into would resiKri to < research. Th,. Bupplj gold: "The iniestion of .1 Sir John Cocati Sldel.ltl. a of his raugiiing" Nowspap>ireporl CockerelP. J Trya. 4SOU li>m. Capt Maud. Hum Si I UlUs. Aarnln Mmu. Rol UBI'AKTVRKN Proap^loi. saw Mr*. C. lor \" a<" Af*ii MaThe OaCtalta U C.. U4 H V L*d Jo>. ion*. Capl. ASvtili: Mm" llaiwclull S 8 1 Co. LSI Sth Mullrl t.,< A; S*. HuaimiM. 3 MS i ilhaniplon. Asrnl* la i director of th, Stitute of Geo| I burg South Africa. — . Ltd. Bart>ara. I.0SI X*—. Capt. '•••>. %  Iiimor*. AMIU. M.t. Gatdln.r 1 ft Co. ST I H11 %  St. '#-###• AT EMPIRK and ROYAL SIMULTANI.OUSLY M-G-M'S Hit; SOUTH sUs MIMCAI.: PAGAN LOVE Sl.iirlnx I.1I1M WILLIAM* I I i| pj i-irni rfppllni m 1 Song Hits : i" 1.1 in 1 'ii.ptcal pursi 11 Tcr>it lOUl Ml I -STIII.il IN \ I'MII.I It'l hull -. IHI ONJ PICWM rou CAN r AIIOO IO MISS fgtatiisf /^W mirdtli cttevit GALAS .^mfmuMe LIP COLOURS •MWE GREATEST The World's Best Seller.. r stony or .\t. 1. I v, ;„•.,) min, with m.nt ab..ii miiod rapuclty far helping ;;;•_.. ^ b~ I, cnnrulnml Ihnl II mil taav Mohama. •' "-idm.n. a Oolflto. %  1 SH-ilm"' 1 AKCJ IVnnant %  %  Pi|lWd^W^ aj ao Knoivill*. i Ai"itlna. • Mvravind, a a Baao Kao Paulo, %  ITnaprctor. %  •. Jam*. mnHawt Caopt LaiaMs, •• • Jam. aaueoi . KTlnlon. • • Mortnaet... 1 ..mpant*. a Fort G-f-mra. a a Mocori. %  • Burrenrfr. %  • %  StaWgW • H.tiet laland. a.a. Ionian Mam cii-land. %  %  Canadian challeni 1 i, Frwch Crwlr. •• I Trll*. 1 a.-1 dr B-* i• • Btuann*. • M Aiiiianl. M Nalon. lomes To LIFE! ^SINNER G %  ... %  • Igsnly %  /Ini? thert's a (listening Nail Colour to match every Lip Colour GALA OF LONDON I CHOLLVP.O. IOX Ml NAIL iCOtOUX The Story of Christ and Mary Magdalene P,„I. Medeu do Novara Wi'h the reriruson System your 1;. ids can be satisfactorily ploughed and the unit is available HI transport Vehicle. The price of this versatile" Tractor i' one-third that of a Track Tractor, and you will be amared at its performance. Fly to Britain in Festival Year! BY B.O.AC. CONSTt'.LATlON IN CONJUNCTION WITH ltWI.A. fiet There Sooner I Slay There linger! latnlla*. <• II.-. It—r m llrrmiida 11.10 f\ i .-i 33.Z5 LA d a? AI." tonne, llni It \\ I l.t'l S.I 1.1'Mi <*" i 1:1 M ,n, pegs k SB lo UW WHole Werld ii %  'formatic i appliesp m ,ily t'OI'HTi:SY t/lllAl.t: (ROBT. THOM. LTD.) OPINING FRIDAY 3RD 2.30, 4.45 & 8.30 and Continuing D 4.45 and 8.30 p.m. PLAZA IIII11 M.I .IOW > •s* ikJar'ati %x (ALL-TALKING) A MESSAGE OF PEACE AND FAITH FOR EVERYONE \ Let's do To The PLAZA FLY BO AC RIMM^II OVHUI %•win \% I "i;i'"H'H |>N JL RRITIM1 BRITI Ultlllvii ui-i INDIAN \li;u \i ~ I IMiril' —^g-'



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PAGl IIM li HAKBADOS ADVOCATE TIllKMiW AUGUST t, U3I BARBADOS^ AbYOGttE t. 1 „..~.,.... f _, ThewasJay, August 2. 1951 in:i;r w vnit IIAIIIMMIT U)§ industi I'fus critical %  %  bour. In (lit.. i in bulk I his Mutch I I I a and %  le ni then 1 bulk %  rrintdad will %  %  %  • appllI elessfor her to 1..->• inasmuch as bulk shipment cannot bt conveniently le the wharf. In the sugar is taken from tl to the ihip i by means Of IIH It means thai I art continue where it might be ar i<> the ships and in b> used again, %  .. m • %  (CM opening and waahin ould remove al. '. I lunent. Uut ;.s i( • not having %  Deep Water Harbour were not enough, the dtuatlon with regard to bagi makes tinposition %  <( Bi 11 arioua. The supply from [ndie i iwn in order troubli lea have lad to a a/ithholdln result %  %  not producing the bjt; market demand. Because of this Interruption In tin • Ir.dian than 40 per cent • .I U Oi who l:..lulling of Deep %  %  U r Karbout i cent "f her b %  Indian quota thai Bar* ht be able to get her rcquire%  If then Harbour in this Island the present anxiety over the future <>i ihippii i rid etown would haw atad. know whether Mr. A I lei <>f the Qov" emnu at i oi tins Island, sti tore are other thin ve priority over a Deep i %  I The pi i %  prove that it is ,. Men if nol provided in the considerable harm to our economy. I lili• lioost Inlul.-.noi. li •• (kief AWAY In New Guinea an A chief of a of the tribal tephen Romney Maurice GUI, UUnba, has worked in New was ordained, 42 years %  Ha returned to England on leave in medii al treatment In New <,. n trib" n (iill %  etum. of Cheltenham Avenue, %  k as If not, are our efforts and our tarsji '!']• a .inthe questlona to be an i %  %  %  i .Mt BUI vey in: I [oi read) i \U (.r-.u,,-I ..,.(. MM III (.11 IHMIAS 'Heavy Pressure On World Supplies' LONDON. THEKE i* pkfl UP available to Britain on the world markets, if Britain la willing U> pay for it, according to Mi. 4 McNeill Cooper-Kej w HP. ta -Hastings. *; He was speaking in a brief debate in the £ House uf Commons on ra ;^ which he potnted nil that supplies >! ;* foods are greatly in excess of the ration H £ pressed the Government to crease thv rations of these foodstuffs, or else to giv< reasons why such increase could be withheld. The reason why sweets are still rationed, he said, al' 1 '.-v.-have more than they can a II, hi that the Minister ol Food belli I Mwives would be annoyad al an Increase ol the sweet ration whilst thai 1 . a of the donae at k rugar ration. "I do not heln tinued, "thai the an Immediate and tufaatantlal In uease in the aigar 1 ition Is quite as itron 5 ,. it is 1 >. 1 an increase in the sweet ration. ** [CLOSED FOR REPAIRS Advocate Stationery CONGOLEUM In roluuri iinl dr-oi 111.1i. li or lone with *n> ~. ii.-111.I SQUARES 3 yds X 3 yds. and 3 yds x Mi yd. PLASTIC TABLE COVERING 45 IBB. wide Wlllli: .i.l ALL iHMUliS ;****v#*.'-'-*.-''-'-'.WILKINSON & IIAVNKS CO. LTD. Successor* to M'YING (OAI. ODS indrsd and eight) diviBhoe-Stlini ,a,or ,f "*• precticaUj iwr, MO lest w't,.,i win tha AtUei have whole regular force wIU bi tl M li the i. | %  i. mitt d o active en i ...' t.tiuiBritain and thi I : each flv divisions In t:\i\-v the best , muster uwUMw dlvudon In >' art "',J lvt '..Tl'V spi : 1 "?) %  %  '••"Europe nun tawai now C Ber"joes thj *en ami te France Middle East Mai..... Hongkong howthai ,,„;„,,, ....... i .. ..,., ..IK....;. he men In the Kremlin have Metro lr, therefore, that if mi increase (forth African ant which could we are to honouur obligation %  mod might since last April. „, u Oeneral m Europe nd j'jll keep thith *i'u: the sir ton %  Seven * Aml Illjlt , ., (liU divi I muchunUI you real,,,,, ,,.,_. h lt gven wl* Over• this hwraaie atoa whPtnilnR alr nil ( and a hat time, w(m h W1 )(;iV( I1(( e ,„ tt %  nsih f the wouM b,. a iiwt-atrtni I hole BriUih Retsuliir Army. it is only p gttie lam aun the hlmd hind fi'ii.s In Europe nM n(%r ((| ni n>i of all the Norm Atlantlr Trenly %  %  %  Thai i.i nol the and ol I logue, RUMIS'I Buropcan antellites can add another 70 divisions, supplied with armour I %  The truth of the matter, regarding both .sugar and meat, is that there is plenty .1 \*s r f f *s+*ssssss. BUgar and plenty of meat in the world if we pay for it. For sugar we must pay in American currency, and if we have to buy a million tuns of c<>al. and it tookaajlf we shall have to. then L am afraid that the housewife will have to go without any appreciable Increase in the sugar ration. "Nevertheless, the sugar stocks in bonded red line strung iround the world warehouses at Jlst May of this year stood at div.om i 500,000 cwt. higher than m the correspondFor behind the permanent i n g period last year, which amounts to about ..innnum force winch we rnunt ,_ the Wckt the Allies must 15 per cent, increase, malnlnin more regular division* Replying. Mr. V. T. Willev. Parliamentary' Of eourxe KU.M.. .ould not use to |luj( the vital gap*, in a pen\ <*^ ,, i*i nlrt —, ~ f F Mk H „:.| hnl slons or even ball ol meter ringing the northern handsecretary lo me mini&iry oi roou, saui that ,.. the We5t. There is a sphere %  the .,umh.-i of troops you Ah the regul.i can deploy .-. one front. --x panda And. because an attacker must unit infar rtroi a %  defend*, -. fie Allies do i."t peed so many Eisenhower or to United Slate-. Its undeplnyed i form ,, |M>iaed reaarre ready to stiITcn ihe STflUea under ish troops to • is the Reds • m the curtain. Korea I ,.nv minithe classic aaampla ol NHM rote mum with which we might nil ML.|S| Three Ways There Is the disposition ol thl The R more l^uiblr t \i %  ..'.. i % % %  %  faelns west, roughly another third hOWSI hSS K"t 5 nh botweanthe Bolhani an d well-equlppi and ihe P> and the m !ght Hand %  ohance of eheckihe Par Bast n(! m idvai i Poland has 20—25 (UVUllorU, .. must nl | ea st 12 18, CgeehojdAvakla doable oui 19 t. Can ii IC Bulgaria and Hungao lir ll>nv where #U] i probabi* eighi .-i OUM apiece, ,,,.,, ,,, m ,. i .. Albania two < %  Jhrea The United Statag with a 25AM those .an i>e mid hi take dlvudon srnjy, will ba abla to li "' '" %  '" 1 KrenUIn |llin) (ll lmill ri;rni T he numlxr And in China they have an army ,,,.,„.„,,,, „ n now M1 of the 200.000 Ai sugar allocationa lo British sweets manufacturers are still based on a ration of 4 oz. of sweets per week, whereas the ration has recently been increased to 6Vz oz. Manufacturers are usint; sweetened fats and other alterC. S. PITCHER & CO. Phones : 4472 & 4087 BF.CKWITH STORKS I lit AM!.' •liahtful uilh YKS .If. you 'II /< %  ihlii/litlul JAMS CBYSTALS I • I A S Hehind all that h a ennsidera-1 natives to sugar Mo raterre. Bu' at the inomenl u is a potenthii rather than an actual reserve. Ely the end of 1!51 for Instance, it Is unhkel i'f Blue i 'orps, caeh of thi.Ir. That Ls the ixitentlal opposiUon Now ii-t in have a look at the %  as What we itKild Held In rent) if %  verythlns soaa according to BUaenJ n f.,r one defence of Buropo by Die end el this rear. '. %  ids: — .• that when ? Tff&& 0 dKuK SShS„ %  eornnrittad Be proud, though of KM work WO have put In this summer The / i II-up has turned a paper to 0 forte to be reckoned with. Hard Al ll On Ihe Continent II.. .. an f any— anal n %  • %  • well organised troops Staff officers in SHAPE are now tied up u. Korea can ba working frantically to fashion a ed for ether thestn sleek, streamlined, standardised Kranee ran pn.bably double her reserve to stand prepared at least Contribution by the end as Dig again as the retular f of 1953. and still have POmethlng behind Kuropes mobilised an |H ii.iiM The map shuws the outline of Belgium Holland, Denmark and the picture in terms of divisions. h h ..use another M adds up to ten to one against. ,.,,, divj ., Are we riant then to smfi .1 ll.lv %  lmlBS . the efficiency and Hut we had letter leave that army. for another day. Th, Q.p. -' %  %  %  Little Ll '" UI nmna %  II ihe h.. gat, "di contribul i regular dlelWe can yet a heller view ihe better part of .1'ioitn'i dividone Is all but achieved When an ,„„. extra divi-ion moves to ; %  Britain Italv Holland Denmark •* %  ii divisions 2 Renardinn su^ar," continued Mr. Willey, "I was ^lad to hear the hon. Member say, which is the fact, that there is no very real case to justify an increased ration on the supplies 1 available to this country. He tfave some figures, but, of course he will bear in mind that we have an increased ration this year compared with last year. "1 have dealt in a previous debate with the question of sugar and I refer the hon Member lo'that debate. The circumstances have not changed, it is misleading to talk i about there beinj; plenty of sugar in the world. "I re-emphusise what I emphasised in the previous debate that in three months the price of Cuban sugar rose from 40s. per cwt., f.o.b.. to 56s. per cwt., f.o.b.. which illustrates thai thenis heavy pressure on the sugar supplies." —B.U.P. More Britons GoioCanada from the air Britain's llitl For World's Fastest lr Bylns fa last i ianed and produced at Hawkiliice the latter days of the LONDON ii %  del %  "i the b uperlet Hawker i' "•" Intereep. tei wi i released In London ?J "Upjler intereeit.. r llyinit.nlay "It carries on the pruud Hawker <>n July 34 t>v the FUwkei Blddcley Mr. Neville S|.., out OSBlighter tradition which dates beck Group with %  statement by Sir era! Manager %  Kawfcer Aircraft, ,,, the Sopwith pup, the famous Ipencer Sprlggi KHK. % %  Hat Kingston. _^_ Camel, the Snipe. Woodcock. Hart. uuauTtha bssl 'The fact that the RA T. ordered Hu WS believe 1 niricane. Typhoon, Tempest and Fury. All of tl.e-v bear the stamp of our Chief Designer, Sidney The B.A.F.'s front lln tfhtinif lira if| IIMUL' anvwhere Ihla new aneiaft oil the drawing 1M (ll m .,,. „\., v I" .n.i ith,|„-a testimony to Its ... the famous Hswaai qualiuse. So far as wc know, it C#BJ i the very few that;hB*a n a. ind developed L l,r >ma f c u tB bv u v ll ; Al "ao I .Klngaton.Surrey, TMt nwana. In hot, thnt we have wiuesanillji tone been able to plan maai production flight triali at t', v ''' 1 Ministry of Supply exi>erlmontal u '"' rube Down. plloU-d The V 106, brings air frame bi s.iu.idron Leader Neville lHike < : AracUoa iUPt pto line with eon |ipf A.F C tn <' tremendous advances In Jet dosed that the new engines which have given Britain Hawker tighter win *> into im"'•aviation lead %  v proauction for we world. the It A V. Our new product u the loglesl back winas, and that it Isdesloned vrs baueva thai the P HWI development of the line of Jet fo r and powered bv an Avon jet 1 any other known type engjlned ntters which have been engine. woikshops for iU nrst Hight. ..,.„ Th followed hv the ni.i. I.,us, Although no performance detail* T !" ,"t c "' all s wllh %  "> % %  %  i d %  ""that tho Hawker P HW7 has iwept IN-ed by It. F m to match probably a better guide tan a | 'n .11> other oountn %  %  %  %  H bi the : %  %  %  n ol them falsify their real reSIUrei With COaiaaltl %  as says. And tar more women than men dsllheraoaulrs i "cultured" accent. After studying human I is a living li i parl i>f Barnard BaaaV ProfM fie fictional paaeti aapari In 'Pygmalion" Higgins could pinpoint the .t trom which any Londoner oame, when a too-tru wrote to Shaw for lligglns's i.-ferred her to proOptraaJatlc Bra JL WOanK %  %  MORE immigrants arc expected to arrive in Canada this year than in any year since 1929. The total is likely to bo more than 150,000, says oftlcials. compared with 78,913 last year Figures fur the Bl -i ftve months of thi* year show an increase of nearly 100 per cent in the number of Britons arriving ben 10.599. compared with b,35l in the same period last year. Immigrants from all countries numbered 60,;.5i;. an increase of 30,009. Most of the newcomers are from North European countries. The ban on German immigrants was lifted "h^m 'waa'The* IMO 1 better 1,,M %  "''"'' ,nd ""^ 6 000 arrived in the Arat five months of this year, During the same period about .1,000 people from the U.S.A. made their homes in Canada. Biggest obstacle for many intending Britah emigrants has been the regulation which has prevented a family, whatever their size taking out of the country more than iTl.OOo. spread over four years. Now that the British Government have made an additional grant of £250 for a dependant, emigration, particularly of bu| families, is expected to increase. HELP TO PAY FARE A big improvement in the shipping silt at n>n has cut considerably the waiting time for people wishing to sail. Block bookings in ships by Canadian prr vincial governments, particularly that i I Ontario, have meant that many Britons havo been able to sail within ;< few days of pa their medical tests. Those who cannot pay the full fare of abou: £60. in cases endorsed by the Canadian authorities, can be lent the balance if thev put up £ 10 of their own money. The loan is repayable over two years. Chief attractions for most ncwcomei Canada's rapidly expanding industries—output hag almost tripled ba value i paid, and the high standard of living, which is pr.n I By VYm. 1 IIART1.FV Lid. MAItMAI.ADt 41c. buttle STRAWIUKKV Sic. APRICOT 4ic. DAMSON Ate. %  GREENGAGE Sir. „ JELLY CRVSTAIS Am I'd Flavour* . .. 20c. Pkr,. GARDEN PEAS 34c. ., NORTH BOUND STUDENTS AND OTHERS... mEJiASE ll art' Mill. nuw Slum-ilia JAEGER ALL-WOOL TRAVEL RUGS and ALOMA ALL-WOOL BLANKETS also ALL-WOOL WORSTED OVERCOAT MATERIAL 28 ozs. 58" wide in Black only Du I osi;e A 4 .. I.ol. DRY GOODS DtPT. roar roin >mian* i \nr: lan man. An.i they uau..". expael to live longer. rwe women In every tive teaaati tlnnk that danger is Ihe spice of life Hut only one man jn every five enjoys taking risk*. The quiz showed that people who arrive at ihe raOwaj itsUon iiniu befon their train leave are usually penimlslie in way*. The fact that women o often catch trains at the last n just mis* Ihem mav be ftirihei of Bie! %  %  optii One-Eyed I^mk ^ anafO to s*naara i r.manti*Baeals! %  > look Into •dish experim"\A% you ran C" "tl only .irself. HIGH CLASS LIQUEURS Prunlrr Rrindy Hartal Krandy Vlelle tiirr KrKlol Tream Sh. rr HrUtol Milk Shrrr* I>r\ Si.k Shrrrv outers prt .old Hrjid Ram Tiitnira Beer i i kraeei Is neei i 1 rompartnirnt*. Krjti Irr (rnm Powdr < orn Flour In Pkf*. Hlrd'o lUsurd MierrifT* Puddinet Gi vw in tin Grape* In Un* Gineer in Itottles SPECIALS !rh Tin Swret Itlxuils I1J0 each I' -"I Goudj ( heev SI 00 per rb Cook'* Pante << fir. per tin i ana raats 15 eenu per Boiilr [th that ot the United St.,i i %  \ Patosjaa* 1,1H0I> MtitS Tm % %  # %  / f l/M'srt\ /'/lo/ir Imst/tiif fttr \ltul



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THCRSDAY. AUGUST 2, l5l GRAND SESSIONS Jailed For Burglary Hit, LORDSHIP UM .t' I In* Court of C-. i, %  in to nint' month;*' imprisonment when an .-W /. %  jury found him guilty of bur^ku v. Graham was wprwanted by Mi E, W. Btrnnv while Mr. W. W. Recce. K.C., SsUcttor General, apf i Crown. Graham appeared in court on a tw Vernese Richards on M %  His Lordship lold Qnten that • en found guilty on the first count and that it was a silly did. The nfn serious an.) if he had placed himself on the meres would perhaps have In.II lUn is '. .. client had a clean lecord U to gel a job In America Aral wltneai called for th prose utlon was Polio I WUberl H. jrta who said thai n a result %  on May 2fl he was sent tn llavr.lls Road to Tin%  top "f Vsrneea Richard ,v i ui |ta .ii bunging window. Roth were BARBADOS ADVtH \t\ iVU.I MVK IMMIOr \MI IM \\ 7 Years For Shooting With Intent The last I endar at the Court i re con luded i HiLardali p U All HI Collymore discharged the |ury, wpraailua thanks on behalf of the | %  tn terr/i ol %  meat and hound ov %  i Pi ens was saqtaooad mat servitude for tlB| with Intent Hi! Lordship ,,_ lold Proverbs thai the jury had found him guilty ol sh eting with opanad Ha want to the shop in, 1 < and that the offence ana about 3.30 a.m. lie ewammod the ""'>' l r "> ua window and found no marks. Cyril Morrison who %  Vernese Richards made I staleguilty Of the fraudulent convention ment to him and also other people. > has to do, said pi David B '' the Royal Bank of Canad i ; and the Canadian Hank i p tinted M lea will fa lea i ughoul the n, 11 ">T and 1 %  avoid • hat al orles vu Barbado i land '" Slill t.Md %  i the Hospital which are .. Ml i Iswad h) ti. oounl of woik they loiveinnient> ol Barbados, Bntisi 1 CaauaN i u ., tMi Ida L tat circuiai '" %  %  •• %  "' rnen I i mt, will omiimi.to l>. i ,,,l! **hli rtai twithstandlni the nov i %  %  amouai ol work thai la doni iue ol British Carlbbi HI the iiuie room ih.it Is avail it la mmrtani thai UM pubttc from I %  : the Hoapibil bafora i cam British Caribbean eurranej %  %  .. H :wtea in no a i) afltacta the valid%  to Ita reputaUon r Trinidad Ban I i I i %  i on.o.i current 1 alca this is inAral vtaU which remain legal tandai loa. His oral imprea %  I ited In pa %  veiy good and In flanpntil thej are damonatl UUon tad i" the OCA I urablj with wl ra of tboat Cotonlai under UM Curranes Aet, I960, which acuoi DO! ba taken until .i leuon a i a t to pai itlvala small Dumber of the M W. living in notes rctnain in circulation Bfl for manj aara." ..net demonetisation the holds Sportsman all] DO entitle. ST. VINCENT BORN Rev. C, V. E. Hazlew I Curate A u \I'-cr of anything p. ; to elate paj 0 ,, , IIIIII^: li. si-.it, |li 1 ueon iilaved '' ,l '>"' *alua thereof fnnn I! 1 % %  %  < : I kthadraL was yesterday unanimously %  ,,, ,,, M .„. k ,. t whlU JVtegtaiid ' '' Caribb. m %  appoinii'd Recta %  of St UiChawl and Daan oi S1 Michaeii to and during the last wai I urronc) note b aad ba U Cathedral by the Appointment Board i captain tha St, Kan The new Dean left si Vincent Hoapltal XI the Unltoi ilsna and Trinidad In i28 and rtudlad a) ('--n ingion < "kit XI and the Dominion Unwefora ranUnue to be College where he look ins M A *• "louts xi legal lender m paymei %  under Canon Wlppell until 1D32 '•' saw • lol of the West Indies inn. UTIII! or unless they |e Ho joined the stair of the Cati.eu m m England and wltneaaed monatlsed whan payment of th< dial on April 1, 1M6. od ' %  "* %  ma' ba i Lnmrd fron Dean lunuewood was made a u 'he Hnti-h Caribbean Currenea ococon in 1932 ami ralaad to the Red about tha Waal \ Alt %  BII i onl] In the roUowlng year d incea <.f winning in Au liraU Of St. ClOOngB'l hi lid thai they were very good Cathedral. St \iiuent In If."*' %  %  '' ballevad thay would come m it. Di vnKEV HAZLEWOOD fright) V Miclwiol and llenn of thr Patkail ship Bishop Maiulrvillp Rev. G.V.E. Hazlewood Appointed New Dean Mval Expected Over Week-end %  %  I Arabia lo call rli fiances, he was then undergoing plaining alxnit 1 VA"'i of l im "*! im !" tMany stalls In th While the^ people must be pro^-i wan empty afternoon. Qrocatlea an g> uood 1' %  lie Wl I curate t.. tun Kail., i A W. %  is now %  Foi %  top ludglng England tliel Hospitul I'uHirti Reduce fees "Barbara" Takes CaifgoOl Scrap Iron Dr. Anthony Gale said that on as he pleaded guilty of the offence. „ed meal I May 30, 1951, he saw Ruby Pullce Constable Howard keepMr. William Patterson .lb I • %  n." he ._. Richards at tlie Hospital early in Pr 0 f the criminal records—told firm Of MaaWl J. N. Coddaid & In January, 1034 he wasent tO D, D. 1V IO s Old) the the morning. She had a loeerathe Court that the accused had Sons, said -After the arrival < %  ) Bt, Luna i appointed Me.li, tion lo the right ear. He dressed no previous convictions for woundthe Arabia than will be and St. Paul. Vleuxfort an I leiioci of the Hail.. > the wound and gave her an injecing, but there weie prvvious conmeat shortages UUl ye.n AnChrist Church, R-nifnere er.d Hoaplta] While in si. Ian i.! during tinnoembon of aha t war, when the American:: ., theu meeting yesterday dlj ..f tilling the Steii .In I94R PA. Playing Field Getting -New Pitch tion. The wound could have been vletlons for larceny. other shipment of meat Inflicted by a piece of wood. Before sentencing Thompson, peeled, on August 18 Before Mr. E. W. Harrow adHia Lordship told him that ho another boat load will I dressed the Jury, the Jury visited hud pleaded guilty to a serious October." the place where the offence was offence — that of wounding a He Bald that Austl alleged to have taken place. police officer. He had taken into Barbados %  UppUed wltl Mr. Harrow told the Jury that ion side ration what his counsel had The? have tried to |< %  hey could convict the acsaid, but apparently hiracoi I from i* %  i i oui i cunod on burglary, thev would was not so good and while it may Whenever thi re have to be satisfied "that he I-' thai his mentality ii low, Bt shipment or meal was the person who entered the same lime people must L^ '"•' Richards' shop. Vernese Rlehardi piotoctad from his kind wtpertaoood. and her daughter Ruby did not Samuel Grant, a 40-year-old see the perton who thev said at?huuffcur was sentenced to 1H n,M ,,M ll "' tacked them There was no idenmonlhs' impriaonment for TI and the reused was not seen, malicious damage to property Who Were fortunatl to gW -net! by Alatophc HilUUOn. His Were very ran Lordship further ordered that <->iio woman who triad to purdurlng his term ol imprisonment chus" a pound of bO) I he be placed under medical wipert>> the butcher: "You will have Attacker Ivcapes vision, probation Officer H. Wai!*.tska *ialf pound of pork and The alUckrr. It was alleaed. co „ ...,„, thilI Grant | 1U(l ., ,.,„,. half pound beef.' Sh.had t.. left a piece of wood behind v 1( ., |( n ,,,, wounding. '"^r. """ 2f£| and midr good hU etrapc through th^ door. The. would Throwing Acid ,' ' v \','? have to k 1 % %  whether Aflc| i^mfsamuc I ;,,„>. ^. "J P !" "' J the accused opened a window IIls Lordahip the Chief Just.cc JJEi J"u til and went In or whether he was g>an— f. InviU-d into the wu no evidence eused lilt Ruby nienara* wiui ung ol tne iwun m urana BMB, the piece or wood. sions it had been evident that tha ,„,(„., Thay would alap have to aatjafy Ujtowlng of corrosive acid on hV ight but themselves that the people is rife, particularly by ni( Ul .., i„. f| p^ broken into Ihe shop and house women, and lately they were more vnt ,\ ir x hsn .,„. irsvelUni and that he had dene M with the rep<.rts. along tni tried. Thi intention erf Committing a felony. He said it seemed to hun that ,..... ; | There wa* "Bel A loch people who have in their possesmi Advacafa. i I doubt as m v-hethcr sion sulphuric acid ; %  ,.,,, thr ,\ >lnK ,. ,, an. ing over the wire. Cars Ba r ba ra hoi and i irl ie Baj wll I ol -a i|i In mi steel lot BalU:. The "'in was ihlpped bj li S. Kehela of Trinidad. Bawaan %  roatad • % %  aterfroi I Hoapltal Board history tn Ihe Imnight OUl in SI. Lu rollei and afMl p. „ Sl .. ling I with two hand (lln ,.,. 1( „ lUl ,,„. h illl I 'added lhat he hoped %  %  is beat an I 1 %  %  %  ., %  thi % % %  o 1'it.n day bi they go through tha market an Di Oktaon thuuii from behind the wall it tot theli kind remarks Bl u give of hli I %  Peso Kedured flu Roard dealt with i there %  ire* u, ^ eharged la taw left one the accused broke and entered the for" arc not eaaa rcUttog p roper If the a. lacr control and care in keeping it out Mr Wooc in hli drtre tr. the ' ,nc hands of P**' le who "** >> travelling north i ,.s loM tL Vh it Thievedon't lt for unlawful purposes. J !L^ al !" ?, vTl Imme-Uate measures ihOuld be boeU still I IhrOUghcommll ontno. m ^V' 1 Wlajtakcn to aec tnal how U11 ngen,us out the I He suggested to them tha. He, : ( M ,. I>|(1 |(1 |>Mi;i n (im h m , ( was somebody in the house and on Uo an I I'^t^i T Of doing. Buby heard something j\ / /| //>( / f'j ll\ I in the house and she shouted •murder' and then received a l regard it as a duty that I was innately kind, and l,l ow should pay humble tribute to my that kin attribute to A hat was found in Vernese friend and brother, Mr. E. A. Cod Himself. Richards* house the next morning Maynard. late Official Reporter Of after the offence, and some said the House of Assembly — Ous. How many people know at as h,. was known to all. Whal When I quitted this country m the needful in eVtT] : %  pa I 1019. it was GUB, unknown to me iv. %  rhe Held wen able t<> I I At p r esen t only one lawn ten %  ad Tlw that they aat* Ihe BCCO mg the same hat for BOnM time In the scuffle in the house the h-M had fallen from the attacker's head and he escaped leaving it there. Three Steamers Leave Congestion Relieved Three steamships whic-i s out of Carlisle Bay on Tuesd a y evening relieved the %  Thev were Prcwpeetor. Strained i anadlan Challenger. Both Slntegast and Prospector wu greater than hi; look sugar to the U K .strAteaUt was loaded with 4.400 tend and Protpeetor wiin 1.550. then, who rilled the breach, and giving then ... ,.tily did h,. 1)11 it. Gllfl was eXII: %  ii*. io In, pi %  life's sten sion and the beautilul thing about battle, to Bee him was that he was ale willing • lean to add to his already vast store of teowle handlworg pnd e s pe ii en c e culled from .• bear fruit: %  !" wide field. Gus was frank too frank and might I i Apart from his inborn dignil and his spirit of leSBSiaderte, II rery tolerant ei iatUfled that his brothers M nobility own. Ous BO would frankly bare hi whatcv'T it contained, and ssay: occasion* Whatever he may hav uraalf, u's youra." Ih thought rluun drpartmriiLi of the h %  >IUI and ledeaei them as a result of lr. llallliian'H Reinirl Thme fees now kSTC l. IM apprnved b> Ihr (.mrrinir-in Baseattva ( ununtee after wlilrh they will be released for puhln jtlon. %  ,. ,m. %  %  %  Hoapltal 1 a 37 a the fen ad peered Adtvei *t< %  %  removal of I i. .-.itniK it dowi asld it was not trw thai hi h i the Qoverni anl w$ • % %  h //. HlH.h th;.i he knew the qui tion | %  had nothing but Wgh praW . ,., ,,. ,.. % %  I long tin but The s!'.at Walerford which condernned by the then Inhad reported that I : ) %  %  1" till' might pollute the water i.niv be able to ship amount "i u %  He added i have Idveeafe/B I ie to-day t u d i.\ie have im • IM of Urtlr plan i^ in bulk from the Wi the U.K. They p] in m ... i. i hi| t.Y\. Mag Dav Tomorrovt ion will I in aopciV-. M ihe pu the A^Bx nelp iln^b\ %  %  tors are %  as their reason foe rei that many people ar*> r II and do not %  ei k J _. • %  %  "*' *! %  add not 1 \ mnpan b-oughi he local d %  • Asjiwia. irda -\ a Ifare and Karsol FSind and total p i Hub one from the %  a.t lo the COUI i Of A; I I necessities reMi N w Manlej K r u \ ... i plcadiio, i ,. %  _•//// I OMMt MS IS \i;ittsuit i\ III U;\KI\ \ rhe Pritrj Couneu, on Iferch •i'.it the word %  a| n <*.ted m roduct iv; rded to the vtck Companj .\. i I* P. ICH. ricirL REDUCTION OF KLIM 5 lb Tin NOW S ..5Ml lib Tin NOW $ 1.35 a. INS %  %  ST ON %  PURINA CHOWS THEY ARE THE BEST H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents SICK HWIM f. I i-iit in recalling. When apprised of Uw beaten a : ice had et his heart, with he spontaneously told his wouldhem |„. consoler iho I hel|M-d him: "You did what was right in appointing the other mi Mans Touches Bottom Up Maaa too. i torn while anchored In Carii U %  i ti. lbs tup wa, carried oti i hallow by the ourrenl Although 'hi ship WH flOt II %  bun ped on the aha cut Water Boalord t • iidw-rmerr went out to itIt pulled the U i tie Mas. olT the HTBISJIB %  Id 'h .t tl a bumping i i low Uda. the 31*4! |. iiled reeteird : • Inidad on arrival hsn aha uruoadsd g< nerul cargo, potatoes and onionfrom Madeira. ORDER THESE F.ARLY %  atIVaaaf Batll %  at>Waaar %  ettlea lea i aaa I naniel limn In I UM Raaasaf %  ei-Paav peafthtg cups I iiem.t •iinrs Kidlir. II she. Miiiuiftfs. ate, Ohue i w< axioms nun. sromes .'.'.'S,::*.*.'.*.*-'.'.'.'-'-'''.'."'^:'.'.','.: •.-.:'.'.'. *.:*.'.: • S-'.'.'.'SS. '.'S. the Bella PumpinK I &tale ha,| then liwr. considered for th pui %  but I had to llcht.'* Gus eould the buAn b r fart In this world everythlna depends on how wp view things. .n a ffc hotel that the n.an exoenaa (;overnmenl was a war* next door was driving her mad Of the ui ondltloni iai banging on ihe ,t piano, was the first to Ro outslaV ..] call i 0 n0w movinr ".at the banger wag none actively In the n %  %  path n kl You'll turn your family into angels, too! %  .; %  • A M •I%  %  %  from n Bran Or-li "... laaatsi "' i .,. fk | .Ih. V %  .K-P ...I..1..K IMI i --er^'^^^ ; -* f ffjft>g\ —%& \\ illitlraus Caw • Port St I claiming £50 dai %  %  %  %  %  the money %  vices and % % %  ridered to HowIB— "Qi'A ihs Jim&hinq Jouch that founts Tall in ;tnd See Our DRESS FINISHINGS Ofganriy, l!r


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TIURSDAY, AUGUST I. MM BAKU Mills \li\m \ I | PAGl -I\IN CLASSIFIED ADS. Questions In Parliunwnl TtLVHOMI 1IM Tit* chare* tor I Births. Mariiafta. I •cimu.ii and In M, nnouneementa of KaUia. Ackrewir.oriim nottcrt a I |1 SB on Surda*.C. I* I* W. m i rat-dtn >MI S ind*) • (or each r or tniiinwr' F0H HE.\T I iwli pr word cent* P*r word a. •dditiona. wnrd. Por Birth.. Marru %  .. •.. ,n emu c.aii* tn* I.arg* i. WOO for any nwi*M Of ord< up 10 H and eenia pn word lor ooon additional word. Trnr. caan Phono M4t I---*. IJb and 4 p.ir. 311) lor Daotb Nellrtt Mil *l" ** THANKS HOJ < I Mr io >hank all ihoar oho —nt -reathv rank or in other w... %  d IhOIr lympoth • in my rei-ont bereoveiPHI tnrowte th* death f n>> .later \lal*-l K!iil-|i, IN MF.MOKI \M *r*l. In IMIU M ved ,tr Aid r II* 2nd AUfMM II HOUSES mnoM unit ntH I %  tings pnr p-ilifu31 M— In CHAN-DOS 2**a A%* %  •iwu;i. r :. I.ONDuN. July 26 PFTFR SMITIIEKS the SecreUi; **jaa whether he IN ;twm t thai sugar producers in the West Indies are unable t<> obtain sufficient supplies of ]uto In which lo ua # the tort coming sugar crop; and whet tier he will make repn tions to ihe appropriate authorities to assist them in th s matter. Mr Jajnag (•ninths reph "Production of the jute goods ... India, the normal Mturre ol supply for British Colonial terr lories, •t U.S. ATOM PRODI CTI01S LEAFS AHEAD r I %  Llabla lot AugUat. Dud ., ISSl— 3n •M'C CORNER • Palr-i Beach. it. if Comfortable Seaside B.ir> all Modem CnwM.nAt'lUM* Aufuol Applv C B ryiiH* Hi St PSon* SoSl or SBS* 31 7 M—an rr In b* reninb*ied l Stanlev lv. iHuabandi. In* Bealv > C E Clark*, f it. an SI Phone M3I or lost 31 T 11 3r. FOR SALE AUTOMOTIVE cent* doin %  d. 3 (-*> %  • a • N ,.n nmdavi. HELP iMHrbUTin iintrsrxfXFrR with an improvement OH allocation* for the last months. I am aware th.. 1 'h*v .... Mill insufficient lo meat require* mints of tome Colonial :. includingthe Went Ind.. | ..-. %  I can usefully take to %  Ifl seem. %  p| at-. TRADE CONSULTATION? %  tive, Winch*-,.v( i ** ( ,, State fur ti., | Whal action he is taking, in ... pcaaarj nj UM % %  fii ni.1,1-. ol i o( the BntiMi iiiipin uhtch calls lor imi.rovod methods of consultation A,th Ooh %  UM MKoiiation of trade agreer.cnU which may Brhd Mr. JiimM QrURthi p i that Uu' ..n.ingeinenU •ad wiilch already exist RH KA1SBH it*>. BU m Mli miloa enlv Aboolui T...iO UUI '-1 74 < %  AHS On* Vaui... ftrd On* m Sl U d*b-ktr TWoi %  I Vauthall Vcloa.
  • run: Twn-mld. H .icpai aVtn front %  M Bi*fi. |l,on on Ut h mattUnited Kingdom nnd the governntanii of o>toual u-mpatMactory. it ii t.>r Colonial governmentIhoni \hat consultalion with etal rntoroati artthln tl territories is necessary QJ trie gtveriunents of Colonial territories particularly uonccrncu for their reprcsvn.iilives to be associated with the United Kingdom negotiating leam would al.perd^r^^^r"Tu,^No ,wa>s te '*vourahb eonsldand." Mr ONE -*u-..u*d IM; ch.Moi.1 Car %  < good ... now Apply to DArry A Stntt Mr a ., cubic it Full width Irooiine chamber Brand raw unll ftocondltionod llirounhotit may b* inspocttd ol L*o Yard. Cr*apApply H L hnitl,. Sandf. Bernard Braine (Conservalive. Billericay) asked the Secrelary or SUte for the Colonies it he will now state what Hep* h, has taken to discuss with the various Governments concerned in the reforming of the West Indies Regiment The Under Secretary of State to teach Inn Uu> for the Colonies, Mr. T. T. Cook, pantomime h' Thrv* Se c r e ts Qf Charlie Chaplin %  < J r. m Mallilif-n. M.P i Tmirn nd reel of Char...Cbapltri The Cist ,rfl had '.'i* k and I IP with it until %  ithei inne nor the talk* then found.-had aflV. ll Ol (iiailie loiw" fl %  < %  Great DteUtOT," in spit. the effort* o( wmie critics, to i ake Charlie seem highhi.>w. 1 ( all %  m an and BU % %  **. twi aboui l m ac I du and become hilc the.v witch bun. The full secret of i % ehamment nuj ntit yet I* known, but some pjrt of it iv i,, .. iHt: nrTLr: PTOaLOW trisai Kleh, Ii*.). I Ptti MOtUwi %  a wo tana brought up on tho xlreets of I-.n%  %  I %  %  • %  > rofUM Fci : Dtber I conftnad in ma Hanwell institution. Wh. was well 'iiougn U) a, one of hit jobs was to canv the stop. •>e IlighU of stairs. The Mlwii I H.\;:uK apsj UM bottom dog. knew t •' II responslbiht>. the miiorv and the %  prg'ftl <>f :'ie bottom dog. bet throughout his expenene< • he deepened his natural sensllle a able lo express to the wi i I.I what his M i in because of throa i i %  MI'. has self a music-hall artist, was able bosir art Philip. II sl-i : I". I FITKNITI RE SEASIDE INN-On Gland Anot BathlnC Beach Rat** from 14 00 p*r hood por day. gnq ilrl* to D M Slin(*r. Orrnada. MIS SI—tin. IIH 4 YIIOV \l MODERN' HIGH SCHOOL iRrtMrird and Aparavfd by D* r l of M*Mta] Th*r* hav* boon tavaral hundrrd appllrantlor th* School V*ar ISM. commoncins 2nd Soptornbor Ml. all ol whom w* cannot accommodai*. Thli n*c*>nitat*i (*varal ontranc* aiamtnalloni Th* flmt will bo h*ld on Friday. 3rd Aticuat. I Ml. ai 10 am Thoao who havo olrradv been %  llocal*d to Iho aocond onirance cam nn AIIIUK 31rt mu-t nol prant Ihrmu-lvn on tho 3rd. RaamlnaUon Innw L. A. LYNCH. Principal. •MSI 3n LOOT A I OiTVil LOST SWIHNTAKE TiCKKT One Stake Tlfk-t. In th* ar*. of Tw Road on Saturday Sth M*rl*i XX Ml> Ownern>brrt T.tltt Blackinnn'. %  -T... ;l IIS! in MAIL NOTICES m* ?nd Mailf..r nnininlra bv tl Nwclren will bo clo.*U at i • %  %  ,i. Pair*l Mall al I p m. A<> mil. ISM r*atrr*d Mai) at 3 p.m AuKini. IUI Ordinary Mall at 130 p n Aumi-i. l:.l. Mailfor St. Vincent and Trinidad bv Hi* let. Kniiibow M will bo cl*d al Ii.Ci'iirml Po1 OOlc* a* undci. Parcel Mall al II noon on tho Ind • IBM itca-i-tcinl Stall ai 1 p m on Ind A-igiift. 1S9I Ordinarv Mail at I m p m. Ml •!>* ?il aiasaaL l*l ^ Io-days G. A. Sonjj "I want to be hapar "but I can't be happy . 'till I have a Gas Cooker tool . Hubby take note A. A. RACES Members' Car Pork Garrison Parade Square • Free Taxi Service to and from Grandstand • B.A.A. Patrolman in charge EA. WAV Han. Serretar Tresa-iirer. UIT1CE CHA1MS Jutl rrcolvod a ahipoiont of OrBco Poaiuro Chairs with th'*c point adluatmont Sro thorn Iciday a. T Goddot Grant Ltd or Dial 4443 ) • M • r II LIVESTOCK U-T Ono wall b.*d Hrlfor. four kApply Mra Lodilry. Batrot i Mill, at Goorso II II l., IhTISCELLANEOUS liOMIMt.V MABBSLTINO AQBNCT Carrot, lot por tb. Tomatow Me A > %  per th Froth Lrituc* and large P" S I II -In RFCORDS: CharUo Kmu. Hint, Bwwh| and wo will order for roi U w* I fol II in ttork A. Ramr* %  m M Bl-t I n TROI'ICAI. FtRH: Bum*** dm, Oood Conununltv run. J luii.d ond Giant Danlo' Archi lion* M4H PClN.lt WALES i ceor* j'** auata liii •I Cfl -ll.lw. REAL ESTATE Fil H IiINd HITS-Sttu >l*d Ii Ch TO It IronUf* I' M..d*ni Hou<*> i and. >.nubiI. I A ltroolx .;..! I'., ..M> AT BT. i..bulking ail*i. L K II ll. iLlr. IAHIUICI; auiUbl* i..i i.n.L im MM i-.rpn % %  >I31 or 4011 IllSI-tf.n. REAL ESTATE ON EASV TERMS Chattel hen.* *Hh ih replied •*! am unable at present to add lo what I said on the nibMet during Ihe debate on the West Indies on 11th July.*' Mr. Braine 'Since the revival of this regiment, which served with great distinction in the past, will be generally approved of in the West Indies and will make a substantial contribution to Commonwealth defence, can MM l.'i.tier -Secretary tell us what are the reasons for the continued delay ir getting a decision in this matler'" Mr. Cook: "Because local governments have to be consulted in the matter." Accommodation For W'.l. Students LONDON: Mr. G. P. Stevens (Conservative, PurtsniouUi) asked the Secretary of. State for tho Colonies what is Iho total number of v' colonial students tor whom hostel I iccommodutioti in London "ill DO,I ultimately, provided by tfag Hut! iBfl Council whether lhi s accom-f modation i* to be permanent or lor transit purposes; -ind what steps are beinn taken to provide this acx'om mods lion. The Under-Secretury of State for the Colonies. Mr T K Cook, replied: "Tho presen' nodatton In London is tor 167 men and 33 women. T: ha incroaaad t" IT and • tively during the autumn. My right hon Friend Is vivlng urgent niiisuiii.-'h.n • fie pcxsibilitv of further increaslnR the .vail it!" accommiMlation so as to pnvldf for an addJUooal numljcr of students inlranslt or on vacation Meanwhile, nn emergent laughs Third, he had the luck to be touring America when Mack Sennett was looking for comediins capable of exploiting just III DIE ftfmi It's Odd The book contains many odd fact/, about Charlie's life — that Ins first appearance in a l\lm was on I newsreel as part of a crowd mtcJUni a Jersey carniv.il. that ho once said to Karno, "I can't ee mygalf trying to be tUn&) in front of a camera — not up my rtraet at all." Then ll much, too, about his private life, his moodiness. his political apjnloni but what appa al ad most of all to ma memories revived hy the "stills" and descriptions of his earlier Olmr. They brought back some iwn happiest time OKI .1 Bra d, II .-ii ^rupoii* at MaSssa*. i—* D*(KU JoiKi'* and tho bal .„m.>. ithar panrruiar* >|iM> to n Arc> AUCTION UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER Mart. Bftcphcrd Auiuit Ind. a aua %  uitablo for pain on Thuraday I LJxquor J'.iiii. Mm and Duaoa i M aallon and I pint Pap*-.. lh-l.l. Aluminium Pola. Pan.. KctUc. CHinib.li Allumiioh*n. Sarulpop*.. Emery Aibcilcnito. xu'abl* for ractoi> n.kln* >otnt. "B.-. t^ib.U-tlni Oil Window Olaaa panca IS liu by II in., and many othei IWmt. Sale ii I pi" Torini rA*H V1NCBNT OBirriTH. i .ctium • III -4i Cricket Result* LONDON. August I Scores In English OOUnl games today were JIS follows' — Essex ra, Sussex ..! S Essex 114. Glamorgan v.-. M d Swansea. Middlesex 277. Lancashire vs. Gloucestershire :tt Blackpool. Lancashire 279: Gloucestershire 87 for 2 U %  <• ''-rshire vs. Warwickshire. t ii-. steishire 349 lor 7. N< rthampl i thin \ Wi KH l< Northampton Northamptonshire 59 for 3; Worcestershire 230 Nottinghamshire vs Kent Nottingham. Kent 425 for . Yorkshire vs. Derbyshire 1! H ifijle Dcrbyshne ISO Scores in the match South Africa and Somerset Taunton:— South Africans 235; Somerset 152 for 5 Afler The Itomh LATE FINAL, Ulnl Olbba 1 imaginative novel .ilxml lb it.iir. aflit UM I'I.'II world wu iJ M <>. OlaaIbmi Bin i HIKX (Bradfoi v. N k Cl N< aatlei ReBi |{.llOontfOrd Uiiiningham). New Radio-Telephone Station Opens In i.W.I. LONDON. July 2H p t< -short i phone services in the Wi %  %  %  i lo and '-' %  i %  Deo fi %  %  nation .it Klnfatort J %  uu oompan) unci I i i ; % % %  . %  I U) 13 D.D (Oh*T) it i r <*,;'.;: AI'CTIO\EER l\\\ rii V 111 .mi E.V.A. will be p U aafd to iniwer ;ill enquiries .ii inloOWKR BAY STKI.H I'lK'M '.:-%:'. JOII.X M. IBI.AIMrA A Ca. AKS. P V A FOB REAL ESTATE AM) \MTI\ SALES I'lu.iir 1440 — ri.ini.ih,,!,.BdWai ARGENTINA IS NOT SO KEEN ON $ EXPORTS NEW YOHK, Aug. 1. The Journal of Come* | %  Argentina "appears to be relaxing It-: polkj al I i.idollai i that they will attempt '. country's exportable surpluses to •be highest bidder and put loji emphasis on sales for which payment Is seeiin'i n freel] lo or arm um of THE tNTXHPRin TRADING CO haa thli day boon dl'oslvod wiaof" • ihe said Oeoree licr*bv lettioa from the aid Prtr>*rhip Dat*d in* **h da> of July ISSI S BT tXAIR HUNTE. G 1. fAR.vrn r-rfll. TAYLOR SE HABLA ESPANOL ORIENTAL CUBIOJ, SOUVENIRS, ANTIQUES. IVORY izwr.is, SIIJCS Etc. IIIXMS POLKI: \oi it i HAVE YOl' HI XI Ullt YOl'R DRIVING LICENSE i NOT. PLEASE Mi SO WITHOI'T BELAY ASK POR TODAYS LIST ol Ideal Beeiej and Shi re. In Ii li-pliniie or nuill The lists are NCIII tree ol an> nbliKiilimi | ( > those having lilinnulnnil mOfsej for im f-tnii ill. Hut nn; ami Selling tlrders l*rnniptl> Executed in all world in.trkels : London New York. Mnntie ,1. .| ( A. >i. w i: II it Pin M : flH SI... kl.rck. r M, Itriiad Slrrrl (0*W I'liHin llrirf^i-l'.u II Boon a—J Phai n i FOH SALE 5 Hundred Empty Drums FOR PA1LING USES ROBERTS' MANUFACTURING (0. RNMENT HILL. Truman Cancel* Ttkriff J onrmtuofM %  i months to a >ear to a Vokt tariff coiicts^ions available to them Al 1 i % %  em gee 1 also ordei-e-d Treasury •pate a flat ban aftoi August %  %  %  i -l\P SHIPPING NOTICES MIIMI (II Al NIB BBALA1II i s. i in. i ,\* \ s / %  a %  11 %  %  i BNI -* i: i. ll II — ff %  %  --. %  a • n w i %  ... Tel,4fMT j Be Wise ...•'ADVERTISr.** ~^Me OCb 9*c NLW YORK sritYICI i UM An*.i I, NEW ." \J.\\ i:\ II naru.ni>3IM i i %  i... SM ia a %  i ITNROIKS ham* .f Sfelo CANADIAN NFItVICaT s.ll. Il.lllit "i„i iiti % % %  . %  + •" 1 ^ ..Jatiun OBCBT Ulllll I III -IW 1 "UK AND (ill.F KEKVICC AITI.V -II.V IIISTA CO. 1.1 n-CANADIAN .IIVK %  LEATHERETTE i LOTH l>. i tn .'Ii .1 ill. iles run f i:\in\i. iMi'omi i# >' •.himlil rt'utl till tllmiil wmim nil.-; apply $t tit rmn,s, " Wf-pj W)i i u i.„,,x„ M „ g .,.,,,..,„. KorraoM %  ro] of Nutgroas %  I nai trowlnj 1 araonli all In ihai it ,%  m moooi I -,. %  , ., on MM %  10 • I rnouM lo 10 nil • %  w.lcr. % % %  dilullnl I ran UTIONH I applying it to which nun t##.,i.\ 1 1 TTOJVS I.IIK lt \p? AUTO ACCESSORIES R*PJBI n it nai n M \I I INC I riu MI i -i ii *.ii I.I i BA1 Ii l(% HI li'inMi ll i; i / WAX J MI \MI: i Rajioi ...1 I, %  M.I." I !' It! %  rLClll \ UA i i RINDINR i OUPOI WO PLUXTTI QABRBI "l M 111 Ml. 1 %  ^11 I I.TN. '.. ill I I I


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    Peace Talks In Danger Of Collapse if U N Offer "Impossible" Demands U.N. ADVANCE BASE, below Kaesong, Korea, Auy I GENERAL PfcNG TEH HUAI, the Chinese Communist c -niiiunder m Korea, said tha* the cease-fire ronfertmue will collapse >f the U.N. "deliberately oi'< r ^I'jossible demands, and stick to them." Pen-. : raining was broadcast by *he Peiping Radio shortly after U.N. and Crnr-Minist trues negotiators a* Xaesons" ar'nnil thre>' %  '. sixth day of the deadlock a w tbe ai lisl le >ivTei zone. A Korean U.K. commuj tiators "failed to mako any progress, or to cbangt their basic positions during two hours, 22 minutes of debate. However, Brigad er G WUUam Nuckols. of II %  . itors bad %  %  | t'id not elaborate %  Red negot they get new order* trail i %  %  down OS they did on the Initial demand for the irltl %  lied troops fron K I Peng's speech indlratcd that the Reds might break off thI i tlons rather than yield II) vital point. He suid. %  loubt the raw! to o Peaceful setMement lie* only In the two oidl withdrawtag their troops, with Uw 3ft i h paral ting up o demilitarized m same lime as the carrying oul ol ,-r.re condition r N array don not ihow *nv sincerity and deliberately nffe'-s %  them, the pence confer inevitahU | eH Peng n I commernoraun ry of the foui the Red Am | .'. Chin %  He said that the Chinese "volun." in Korea is |i because ll inflhuni a "Juet mi %  grcMtoo." it i decree 1 of political consemusiiesj.. imni cKpertanee how lo battle a better armed enimv with mfci The text of the A. munlque on Uw sixteenth section Of the CMM nre negotiation* follows :— "The sixteenth session of the armistice conference failed to make progress toward t .tn item nun .if tinagi nda, only • point Ihtu fmi discussed. rlnvi of both (J rid Communist d inged. Admiral N id 13 minutes statement made ad %  %  ami mmunurt lions. I %  U.N ComU n peci to tinant ofi reall I tie equitable lo both bei%  TV." ,t II a.m. Communist! said on Thursday that United Nations Command dep aching as far as 45 miles north of the 38th i %  . In a blat of propaganda statements lit %  '. Has agreed to B line along the parallel An official North Korean new .-. JI disoatch broadi-ivd bv U.S. Allies Si ill Shipping Goods To Reds O'CONNOR CHARGES WASHINGTON Aug. %  0*Coi % % %  %  to Commttt %  r that nt least thn ll India. D taken to haaii ol ins Senate sub%  % %  : ISMd to kill R i 1 : their determinela with tha U s in the nmv. Li deny war uaahlfl materials itCommunist coup* trio He added howev thai : i ng Kong, %  materials are mt" that British port and Bowing (nt !\" Into Communist China O'Connor said there were nonComrmmist com |r| gating the Sub-ooramlttao'i disclosures on strategic materials pouring into Communist countrien from Ihe free world. L.!\. Cannol Accept 38th Parallel Trnci -ACHESCN i Ache Lh< C< ... i %  pai lu-i ...... %  i Itlon thai .>' % %  Die in K %  %  %  %  :i U.N. With) .... led to | back tn a line a had launched on unprovoked 'lack Mr Ac gatti • %  Ulied pnoftltn %  He added thai !i military discussion rotary of DefeM last week that ':: % %  t'.S did not intend |o witc%  I —P.P. Aral) States Vre Seriously Exposed To Coiiiiiuiiiisni I %  %  i*ri(ain*s V Bomb %  most Fiiiisiit'ri LONDON, An::. I Informed soui i .. tai lo the ol has nearly perfected atomic bomb and In pea 10 b ll in the near fUtUK 1 onl mlnfaAers refused t<. confirm or di . but sold: "If there Is a leal then .! boforcband They oloo II : il t Comment on the report In the />aii Telroroph thai Hnt atomic bomb would bo exploded soon on the.Woo* mera rocket range 350 miles north of Adelaide. Australia The Australian Supply Ministry said it knew nothing about reported preparations forMet) 0 lest. A string of refer, highest Government • %  Jili more optimistic than llv statement, Indicates that Britain's atomic bog —t.P h'r Appointed i i -ii is moot gratifying me of the_ camp] the I the l %  no i oootii" j %  ; embargo by all( \f lt ll titpments of j HH materials that would be of eid to ^, -, ( H ran never. I.I,. | .OlOlllUl IfllK't cantonbe stressed ti< ihoronghly that 1 natloni wnii %  %  ch trade re ii-iping to -ill and main members of our lig h ti n g %  • %  ' St < raj is whose iroopsare Oahtmg dor,' with ours II Karoo are itllJ pi i dtung their ling vessel'. 10 Ripply II v. Ith materials wtthoul • I could Dot long continue I i gresshm." O'Connor d'd not name %  %  !. I'.IM: I C will be CONTROL OF PRESS CAlROi Au| mani ma; I Sssr from Koooi i the EgypP.,,:,.!.' • """"" BBl "1 rari> s Seoul.—U.P. vopapero took lead ii' Pravda And Morrison !.'*\DON. August 1 BRITISH MORNING PAPERS gave wide pn i . i I'l.ivdn with Ii.ui printing the complete nd i Afth tha texl ol Pravdn's reply. %  i ...id he (" uld not I % %  public*Uonol Pravda'i repl; I whenPrnvda %  the ii lerview with him if thi i : ji^,, J comments. Several i IT , i l gratulated his tatein Pnvdok i M %  %  •.v, ng it. %  pp Hi Hition n in Rusif th* %  Russian I^JNIX)N, July 26. Mi W. A. Mullcr, Commissioner d Id, from 1938 to S, has been ap|x>int< : In )% %  tot < leneral of Colonial i innounood from tinPfinnifi i >:l.n-. in London. He Uke up %  appointment on November I. succeeding Mr. W. C. Johnson. <-( His bCaJeoty'o Inspectors of Conotahulary. Hi %  b oi was leoDnded i" the Colonial Office for three year* • i"l;i t s-.i. '.,i BtatO on matters a fleet inc. Colonial p o l |oe forces. Subsequently, ho wa* appointed In• pector-General of Colonial PoUOt. Now. at the expiry of his term of secondment, he is rejoining the I Mllce. Mr IfuUsr, who is at present tier "t Polke, Tonga vika, is 53. He joined tlv |K>I: : %  Ceyloi, in 1920 and %  ervad there until i3 wh-.-n h wa. appointed Commissioner %  Pi I.' 0 Tru-uliiu. -B.C.P. %  t. L n i ids badM played < q i. 0 M It IS The otlter fuirk and -.Joyce later. Walcolt Will light In 1952 Briiain, US Want War Siiys Pok WARSAW. Aug. I 1 trli i for 'i .. the united Stab Bortet Union, Pormei Majoj %  Tatter, wartime Dopub Ihe p %  a %  .II London made ihe rtatemei dm inn a four-hour eroo \ imInatton m ins trial with seven othei ai no naval Conunander charged with eoptoi Tatter was %  iked what he IhOUgttl were the alms of nd tin' linted Slii'e"They want war" he said. Am i befanee c in 11 and the remaining eight defendants were given a chance to QUOOtk) otandi % %  0 -i I. ki-I. %  Man.m Jureckl who was second defendant. Jiirockj who lik. 'fatter p| I ind wen on tu teetlfy ODOUI inteUigenot setup of tlir HI.' isat inn Dunn,: of Tattei. the Pi • i omt lal kndk it i n lh ii Uw tenant (ienernl Marian SpyihalaU, Poland's first postwar Vl< Mm. b r f Nat il Del under arrest Spychabiki disappeared in th middle of 1949. In the evenn. laid a. res p onse tor's direct questioning that & %  ._!%  .• I 1 .L !__ 1_ iMlfi In |b..i,i.l.ii,l 'Pmm-ir.'a ; •• NEVi VOR %  weight 1tut! defend bis newly won tub %  %  %  Ihe n -in I.' M I Id that Wal 1 .i before itli %  %  % %  odlng thi retun ott-Caarleo tight was %  %  i %  ... i %  I lo, Pdanager of wi lake Mmi/ Charb Tl • nt will U %  i h LOULS oul of (he till ng —r i* 7(M>,IMM>.000 Cut UUL 1 of the loua I .' vied the order in 1941^ the inb %  Uvlts rinv r.r. Leaves For Home % % %  %  %  of an : r.r. Rich Stone JOHAN Aug 1 %  %  equipp. hj .II [,. %  mond a in The canary BELFA %  A Juan IVron, Oil wi i %  tot whale facto)) 'ii'. .v % %  bedore delivery to her anla Argei S\ ria FitcCH Crisis DAMASCUS. Aug. I Syria remains without .i Qovernment lo face a rii^i by the Civil Servants' .sink which todnj onli rod da) AllrMWgtl no official an-| nouneeinent has vet l>een made) Khalad B An Bi and It is ia Pn Idem Hassein El I for the premli i —I1.P Launched In April 1950. hei ... o take port I i a maximi i i i| ai t. of 27.tw a ail, whale meat and i %  %  When In the Juan Per MI will have 2fM f.a lory worki also have accommodation for IIS %  : %  ; ' I | >he Will "|-'i ti r.iv To-day's Weather Chart Sunrise: S.49 a.m. sun-M-l: 0.22 p.m. MlMIM MOW I i :Mi',. Ip: TJM p.m. Illali Tide: £Ai am.. p.m Law llde: 9.51 a.m.. p.m U.S. NAVY HAS I82M. OYS'ltR FORKS i ignl'. denial that R I %  %  I %  ectors tliinl %  ystcr fork Stock i little ttHi mu House Appropi latlon 1 %  %  %  • t p Fire Breaks Oul In Iran OH Refinery %  roke i : %  Iran. %  %  i %  i %  %  %  %  %  1 Pl > %  i %  %  come i %  h< %  I %  %  %  i b> %  | rlt, IIAKOI Ii Gl \'.l" 1NIAN ( I %  moi %  -a %  %  I %  i I %  trategH i" %  % %  %  %  povert) Into %  %  i Ino IP*O1< i.' nani success of these l> %  ure on the In to t ike %  V' %  | : t li II i. ill < %  I Chellen %  %  %  %  but the \ !<• is held % %  %  man %  i Amidst pattern %  tun k> %  ua prop fri m under lered /or%  ..i • I i^ the Arab Labourite rVsks VilOlll Antigua %  i tlor the i i Coui %  %  %  i 1 v. %  fcl Uone, rra U of Stii for Ihe Colonlea, Mi r F Con %  ernoi mu .MI foui nominated ino Hi lal men %  A % %  .ii Labou Couni i of the %  mbei i and oig it wtta %  %  ... ii p ha* it i r %  %  Ihe bitter Anuli %  t rm .• irl) %  i the recent President Iranian oS 1 %  %  %  : 111 U found piwsible t send i ml %  %  %  US h Taking Careful Nate M \'.MI:.I, row 1 tods that %  i afu] now" of ti %  "i the Hunit.ni.iu offtela i i i • %  Truman Tightenf] Tariff Mtasuns i % %  i %  .Hill .. I I %  %  a i %  %  %  i %  %  %  1 II riv Brttl h dlploonatic n'poiis aub. quenl ( %  Abdulhib' .• i :.ma%  %  %  %  .> now %  i. Nauonall I fen Comif —%  Ian eontrolle 2 The A %  %  ii indi•;., %  (in i 'i H a> mi Hitold hH waagrj] | that ll entity should %  % %  : tinworld TI ... %  • i-videner %  nafjhl bent Cesar llrinn on points in u ten-roiuirl hout.—U.P. A cli eson 's Trou h les With Congress Increasing Bv LtXI C. WILSON WASHINGTON. Aug 1 .Ma. who privab been uruintt Trumin to oust the • •on, ma> won have the chance to stand up %  nd be counted. Some Congressional Democrats already are ihUoana In their %  i-Acheson manoeuvre. wardo obtaining ..gainst him a vote of no confl%  er.ee. Unlike bkft week"! Republican %  0 Aid Hill If the .' t' Use %  choose between Truinan. Many Conrs leaders have let Trumnt %  %  %  %  The US, ng Arheson down with with prj> I 't.dges. this new weapon .... %  ... .'ement has ant %  ''" with Congress which %  iinr for lhat were baaed n Ihe belief the* is likely to damage Dei %  penally Uv back i attributed yesterday's o I thi Cornmlttee. Cho rmoi I nally, OB Ihe fund I "11. < %  • Achaoon _Ir the administration's . . %  fund from the Stab I I not only continuing: they ar> ... %  %  to be I %  1 Chairman of the EU| %  Truman spokesman in %  %  i r H 1 or a klnr In 4 l.ium-h. but ...i 1 BloaaMoa 1 g m on < tin 111 tn'ik •kerf hi. honeymoon |V ii/irlind 1 ireerl '". Heoi I Itullrr Ok BB0 niwi the 1 .• hea %  ibef f. in, tefasd the Usa rhee Iho 1 on tHete x • 1 toUen uspealed %  ike swi.s piesssfkoM \i sedw f. iteflaaji M Lake 1. lew fe iu retnrsi i" "'> Win I I ,1.111k hat ko bit Bi liurr> ,( midniclil Hid in i lal iiurru Narrfonoa I'.hl jh 11 I, Swicaerlaad is iii, ruling. id 1 akrhl ihrv Iketr nu' i"i Baa Reeao an and Mil % %  ( the iu 1 1



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    PAC1 i\\(> CahiJb Ccdlwcf BABBADOfl kDVOCATI mi \>\>\\ \y 01 -i I Ml \wt CD! UBM tmmplm t.j. ~tintl /bull M'' iliffiniiv IH-IU Prinrr* n MB 7 Mur^nrrl '* •fftttliH/f nmnry pcmmitf mill g I'i'tl /Hiymnil M %  \ H \ %  %  his sinter Pat. Denis Is >. CoJI %  aao lo> on hii first %  Six Years R lother M O.S.L sers It %  %  %  Rev Moth. i been : |] %  i I'rsullnc Convent She will be In char* bice Convent. The M i Barbados is exported to arrive bete Trinidad Barrister M l %  in f.. %  noon by i month's nol I %  %  Ing ;ii %  riving from Trlnl lad and • i Swai Victorian Exhibition T HK DM exhibition Museum will be | i liibition Illustrating the Victorian which will it>on on Tuesday, AuiuM 7lh. for 3 WOtft*. This %  nlon will torm a Ui I \< th lite itntTnwai oi ike HIM BxntMUon and NMNll at Brlti.ii It is in aid of |ho Museum's Collections Fund, which i %  \o enable the Museum i<> put tblMU -mi only daiiglitrr of itn> Colonial Treasurer Grenada. Hon. O. IIAdam-, CBE and MrAd.im-. For Cycle Meet School Teachers O ff to Brit i asiv, HEIIYI. SPINK sod HI i: w i ,\ in Qaorglna Haggarty, Wl rJ.O.Ts.. colonial i i bt South Trtiddad ere hn holiday staying a* ( „ Hotel Hastings. They arrived hotels ion by H.WI.A. brcjik rhe early Mimmerthey exp In week* i, ( m Trinidad. back 10 guineas tor "a first-class They 6 I < : Ken ...... trip in a Cunard White Star ii will not I-lakini ps < U Explore Possibilities imn iiwhnr Your tare to Nice is £ 11 s 3d. u C u L M" J A flABUOl.. Manager „„d you can 60VC on that Mic SO Here ror a month 1Y1 ,,, Booker's (B'dos.j Drug per cent, reduction nffcred by VICTOR FUNC and Ihree Btorce panted by hts French railways. John ift foi !'.<; yesOur notes to friends come b> II W I A. on a r r om swfl M hoteU on the Con1957 you have your ear—and The Champagne YOURS a aingle girl with £•1.000 a year of your own. The 1937.. It i the year or trie CoronaIK n, the year of the Part Exhibition, and the news about in ume tax la bad It la going up It. M. lo 5s in the ii And of that £0.000 all you have lef to spend is £ 4.280 Hut %  till. Your carYo. can buy self the most luxurious ami laieat jaguar model for £385, tain still leaves you mot-' than £70 u week to scrape along %  few 1'at ran be the most comf.. i.a.lv modern In n Wed End btbcfc for £6 a week. A firatchisa West End firm of decoratu a wdl do It up tor you in high stjle for £10 a room. You can gi an excellent utpet for £1 a ya d, and an elegant velvet for ra ii eurtalns at ws. gd. a yard. Ing is 3*. fkl a yard £18 a Suit YOUR dresses and haU put you an.ong the world's beat dressed The man who years latei make Princes* Mai, charges you £18 for a suit and £30 to £45 for one Of thus* elaborate, embroidered sparkling evening affair's. And you can afford %  dozen new hats a year at five guineas each from a milliner with the royal roat of nrms. And pure silk nighties from J'.iri... at tv.o guinc youi f-verynight wear. Yoiir dinner and rabaret —supponing thai you ever paid for it %  -If—ii 15s. 6d. For that you go to the Dorohester, dance till 2 n.m eat sleak. and see a Brstrank cabareT Afterwards at the Dignl club there Is no entrance fee You buy a 12s. 6d. bottle of gin. have ?. and eggs, taxi home, and the whole night out for two is i overed by a Over. I0. 10s. Cruise YOI'R hnUdaut You manag. three a year In the beet 10-day cruise—l. And that leaves you CBB get along on £7ta Suit Yov/t flat %  tf it and the kind Hwy %  *li luxu.y bg a two-roomer at £8 ,i A first-class firm BfllJ decorate it for £35 a room • :hat Miss 1937 bouKl. el '. ad, is now 40s. a yard: the Is 8s. 0d Th carpets that %  i re 11 are now 12 6. u ir rlrrnei Ond hafJ—if V0U a. "o the Prlnees-'-! dressmaker l small fortune each: i ip to £ 150 %  lie Rat) Pf %  • • M • %  silk nlghtt £12 1 2. r*ossr ttsmae ond eabar*t—ti)1| i are footing U t i log, baele charge. If i -lough known to get a steak—-*)at will be an extra The night club take* .ui for each v. i mi pay dearly for drinks in rounds--from 4s. 8d. each. tltKu truise YOL'R holiday*.—That cruise is L 148 lor 20 days Your fare to II nosing you i an afford %  %  if ..-i n) ovei t" Mturn tan k 111 04 At the i %  'i i art co lo P £,000 a year—sime £3.400 of It % % %  OUl can go back m lax anyway. (return fare tourist clHS, £110) those thrsss ssnnilnk b I .. BOO left b DO, 1 Princess, your lob ontlUes you to sons And if the Princess used her tax-free expense allowance) IT* sUowaJSOS on Jus' TOUT %  M three things—why. the j IMU it w.:t more to %  sui < % % %  in snt would have ball of vonr year' S ig half, h-r 'pending money back again. £l.r>3H b Ihf pi —UE.S. 1.1*1111 THK A THK LMI BbowtDf To-day. 5.00 mid UI p.m. j Rudyard Kipling's K I M I >II'llti sTARTIN*. TOMORROW UDS 8.3S P.M. and minimum: il.il Jt 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. BOYAL %  •TARTINf. TOMOUtOW :.ee A r, r M and rumiaulni Salurda> and %  jSJBSssj al "i on and 1* p.m THF HIT OF Tilt SI ISOM VMM LOVE WILLIAMS Howard KEEL EMPIRE ro-BAT, i i I H.JO %  i i LAUGH TIL1 *i|'l.l I \i. M \ll\l I ' I -1 SATURDAY EMPIRE & ROYAL A?60Trj)S FRAHttnattW i Wolfman rv t ION CHIKEY Dracula p -,.j >, B'LA IUCHSI 1 Monster :'„t, GUMN i'ANSE -I MMIMi HUDAT, I"1ll AlO. EMPIRE & ROXY ROBINSON v.. TURPIN Thr I'ichl 01 FlKhta! nl.h !hr house In The" Boltm. B.W.I.A. lo nwU i-.i„ w ^.loi %  • lie holiday The Ml I ton, which Fairbanks u month %  bought last October from the staying I Duke of 1 %  • l-awrence. Off To Trinidid M R MK'HIFI TIMPSON h Ii. >iv HiiBl'^h mid tlol at the LodKc Bohool left on Tuesday night hi r W I A To snend part of the loB| holidays in !" n ;II: L' u i-^ Twenty-one Barbados Holiday rVl lss M () Nit A IN K R EV. C r a ;.\/r.iTF, of St. iVl %  ,., a] M. .nd Mrs Howell Paul FenianInnisa of "Ziiio". ROOklcy, eeledo. arrived from TrtSidad yeaterbrated b-r lefSSMy-nrst birthday %  I \ last "I tinent where you pay £2 day '^^r\he P ^-ena LB While there among other things nbllttsss as ti nncr al lhc British pavilion is unable to mage ': trig In starling water polo IB B.Q on m Inr p jns Exhibtuim Ts 10s.. MtT H. H rneM and includes smoked salmon. |Ot" Pal I' 1 arMr. Chabrol is %  keen follower c „ld lamb arid salad, fruit pl< lived from Trtnldad bj ItU sms Of the game locally. His 'pLa College goala month' %  I %  Innisa. • %  H keeper. Incidental Intelligence S EEING nurselve* U others ace us wouldn't do much good. Ws woutdnt belafva it. M. UJIIILIII P... k'..M In Hi'Saturday txenlng I'mrt. I I -(and big helpings). Ilaily Kxpreaa Pi THK VIIIIMIIIIS OI %  • % %  .* BY THE WAY liy Beachcomber r IK sight %  ! i awn hat in a %  surprise poooli I i I %  thing to >i\IIT1I ih, Festival.** It NHI.-I. tin ;i somewhat oHsconcerting hen srord went tod that the hot drawn I > | hOD B thTOUJ I %  —a small whelk. It was %  %  to the hat by strong steel In and was mounted on i thick board, two Inche %  -(• h.it it•<\> the] %  nil bumping, had a thick :i Hut when I a corner, ai torner of the hut, there was nothing underneath The Council l a s ii ed s warnli i . %  %  Tin rnl* npoHtd I N the modern world a shortage of food if bad enough, but a shortage of in. ii**! .it the future iii be tinned food. II in mind that Mr Wela I %  %  %  %  %  tried b) grow food in tin-, thus UlUng two one astonishing i. that peas and : rent in tins ba< tl only IM likened to httl of nothing gone stale. The sugthai Uw tins, nag i ticltcate cadmium, should l iinstead Of. caused i Uotallurrry, senere %  i Ihret psu ken v i \nlhiiif! In tlu uit.'i !/•• S i IM1 pi (or inlan e, thai %  -ni n a ho I i i i .. .i and l have been trying to picture l like to llir tl i %  %  i ;ige, he must i Hi .. i bars Mi. n i upi 11 wtueh happi ned to s c in tiuii urn, lashed out ;>t blra Ihe inhabitant of the i age .i pel i... i 04 tl %  ri .. how tin' ot d 'i. human Intruder, bj thai time, WOUld not ad put Its u.k down the chlmn barked al him Rupert and Simon — 44 with lagci says the renortei You can even visil Soviet Russia—10 days for 40 guineas. If you want those three traditional cmblema of wealth the mink cifcls you £500, the ch panne 0s. a bottle, the orehiri 3s d. And wilh all htat as the world mt side. Parliament agr—.i allow Princefi Margaret £6,000 a year but not until I9S1. 1951 you have your ear The Champagne YOU'RE a single girl with I I. I""! ., vr.,1 of youi i.Wll The war is 1951. It Is the •f l'i m %  .1 twenty-Oral birthday, the year of the South Rank Exhibition, am" %  iboul Income tax is ice again, bad. I Uu\. in fact, that om%  '!< %  vvunder why the Oovern nent makes any fuss ot all a>boii ottng the vnunger PrinceH.II.C. Radio Proiirainmi' s,.-i im Pi.i.jt. i. i| in.* II o in Strike l'p Thr MUSH I , in OSMM %  W— • %  I IS B I I'omilfam WhlOBIM S OS p in M,>| UI" Ut-rt-r S IS p in Sr.itl.iti MM int. II 41 pin Pri-tuamiiw Pr( s p m T..da>". Sixirl ;*m— HM* f\.S3M ILg TH* N*i Hn %  7 1^ |> In Viv Hi; llnTail i U p m NativM of th* Pan.h a c .i in HadM HanrtMl II. |> m U.-> a Hn.-l H XI p m ThMlr* T-la S .' in liilnlud* B U P m fum tl UHorlaM SM pm TunWul TwmlH ) M p ni !>.• Y..u llrii*iitbri %  (8 pi 10 00 | HI 10 | rtimn -i, i li OISTIN PLAZA ALL INDIAN FILM SHAH-JEHAN A MASI'HU'll.lK lowing Thurwlay 2nd Aufl.: 1951 at 2 pm NON-INDIANS 1 6 ONLY laud* tha (oru( K.iptn .... %  baut lhc lo aolsJ kxkci and ho* br touiui ihi L.lv whom n bck>ii||rd to. Then ht pun the inau on id. ublc. "And tha old S.pnrt uw ma thu |at lot you 10 keep ihcm •n. hi uyi. "Loo. V. 5 ''on. 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    Title: The Barbados advocate
    Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
    Portion of title: Sunday advocate
    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: Advocate Co.
    Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
    Bridgetown, Barbados
    Publication Date: Thursday, August 02, 1951
    Frequency: daily
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    Peace Talks In Danger
    Of Collapse if U N Offer
    "Impossible" Demands
    U.N. ADVANCE BASE, below Kaesong,
    Korea, Auy I
    GENERAL PfcNG TEH HUAI, the Chinese
    Communist c -niiiunder m Korea, said tha* the
    cease-fire ronfertmue will collapse >f the U.N.
    "deliberately oi'< r ^I'jossible demands, and stick
    to them." Pen-. : raining was broadcast by *he
    Peiping Radio shortly after U.N. and Crnr-Minist
    trues negotiators a* Xaesons" ar'nnil thre>' '.
    sixth day of the deadlock a w tbe ai lisl le >ivTei
    zone.
    A Korean U.K. commuj
    tiators "failed to mako any progress, or to cbangt
    their basic positions during two hours, 22 minutes
    of debate.
    However, Brigad er G
    WUUam Nuckols. of II
    . '
    itors bad
    |
    t'id not elaborate

    Red negot
    they get new order* trail
    i .
    down OS they did on the Initial de-
    mand for the irltl
    lied troops fron K I
    Peng's speech indlratcd that the
    Reds might break off th- I i
    tlons rather than yield II)
    vital point. He suid.
    loubt the raw! to o Peaceful set-
    Mement lie* only In the two oidl
    withdrawtag their troops, with Uw
    3ft i h paral
    ting up o demilitarized m
    same lime as the carrying oul ol
    ,-r.re condition
    r n array don not ihow *nv
    sincerity and deliberately nffe'-s
    .
    them, the pence confer
    inevitahU | eH
    Peng n
    I commernoraun
    ry of the foui
    the Red Am | .'. Chin
    He said that the Chinese "volun-
    ." in Korea is |i
    because ll i- nflhuni a "Juet mi
    grcMtoo." it i '
    decree1 of political consemusiiesj..
    imni cKpertanee
    how lo battle a better armed eni-
    mv with mfci '
    The text of the A.
    munlque on Uw sixteenth section
    Of the CMM nre negotiation* fol-
    lows :
    "The sixteenth session of the
    armistice conference
    failed to make progress toward
    t .tn item nun
    .if tin- agi nda, only
    point Ihtu fmi discussed.
    rlnvi of both (J '
    . rid Communist d
    inged. Admiral
    " N '
    id 13 minutes statement
    made ad ami
    mmunurt
    lions.
    I U.N Com-
    U n peci to tin-
    ant ofi reall I
    tie equitable lo both bei-

    TV."
    ,t II a.m.
    Communist! said on Thursday
    that United Nations Command de-
    p aching as
    far as 45 miles north of the 38th
    i .
    In a blat of propaganda state-
    ments lit
    '.
    Has agreed to B line along the
    parallel
    An official North Korean new
    .-. ji disoatch broadi-ivd bv
    U.S. Allies
    Si ill Shipping
    Goods To Reds
    O'CONNOR CHARGES
    WASHINGTON Aug.
    0*Coi

    to Commttt
    ' r that nt least
    thn ll India. D
    ! taken to haaii
    ol ins Senate sub-
    :
    ISMd to kill
    R i .
    1
    : their determine-
    la with tha U s
    in the nmv. Li deny war uaahlfl
    materials it- Communist coup*
    trio -
    He added howev thai
    : i ng Kong,
    materials are
    mt" that British port and Bowing
    ' (nt !\" Into Communist China
    O'Connor said there were non-
    Comrmmist com |r|
    gating the Sub-ooramlttao'i dis-
    closures on strategic materials
    pouring into Communist countrien
    from Ihe free world.
    L.!\. Cannol
    Accept 38th
    Parallel Trnci
    -ACHESCN
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    Ache
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    pai lu-i
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    i Itlon thai .>'
    Die in K

    :i U.N. With)
    .... led to |
    back tn a line a
    had launched on unprovoked '-
    lack
    Mr Ac
    gatti
    Ulied pnoftltn

    He added thai
    !i military discussion
    rotary of DefeM
    last week that
    ':: t'.S did not intend |o witc-
    I
    P.P.
    Aral) States Vre
    Seriously Exposed
    To Coiiiiiuiiiisni
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    i*ri(ain*s V Bomb
    most Fiiiisiit'ri
    LONDON, An::. I
    Informed soui i
    .. tai lo the ol
    has nearly perfected
    atomic bomb and In pea 10 b
    ll in the near fUtUK
    1 onl mlnfaAers refused
    t<. confirm or di .
    but sold: "If there Is a leal then
    .! boforc-
    band They oloo I- I : il t
    Comment on the report In the
    />aii Telroroph thai
    Hnt atomic bomb would
    bo exploded soon on the.Woo*
    mera rocket range 350 miles
    north of Adelaide. Australia
    The Australian Supply Min-
    istry said it knew nothing about
    reported preparations for- Met) 0
    lest. A string of refer,
    highest Government
    Jili more optimistic than llv
    statement, Indicates
    that Britain's atomic bog
    t.P
    h'r Appointed
    i i -ii is moot gratifying
    . me of the_
    camp] the
    I
    the l ' no i oootii" j
    ; embargo by all( \fltll
    titpments of j HH
    materials that would be of eid to ^, -, (
    H ran never. I.I,. | .OlOlllUl IfllK't
    canton- be stressed ti< ihoronghly that
    1 natloni wnii ch trade
    . re ii-iping to -ill and main
    members of our lighting '
    '......'
    St < raj is whose
    iroopsare Oahtmg dor,' with ours
    ii Karoo are itllJ pi i dtung their
    ling vessel'. 10 Ripply II
    v. Ith materials wtthoul I
    could Dot long continue I i
    gresshm." O'Connor d'd not name
    * !. i'.im: I C
    will be
    CONTROL OF PRESS
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    from Koooi
    i the Egyp-
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    BBl "1 rari> s
    Seoul.U.P.
    vopapero took lead
    ii'
    Pravda And Morrison
    !.'*\DON. August 1
    BRITISH MORNING PAPERS gave wide pn i
    . i
    I'l.ivdn with Ii.ui printing the complete
    . nd i Afth tha texl ol Pravdn's reply.
    i ...id he (" uld not I public*-
    Uonol Pravda'i repl; I whenPrnvda
    the ii lerview with him if thi i:
    ji^,, j comments.
    Several i
    it , blind it
    uld OUOV

    CoHfrmlalatJong
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    and tlm :
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    equal prominence in full or para-
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    live. He lacks U
    : i blUlng
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    t the N '
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    Cot I lortetnent
    The fiuirdlan said

    ( it more
    men! rr'-ga',
    ith such a

    ground l* hard to find. The c l' -. t Ti
    NTVWUvc l^nii IHil> i l
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    gratulated his tate-
    in Pnvdok
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    Hition
    n in Rus-
    if th*

    Russian
    I^JNIX)N, July 26.
    Mi W. A. Mullcr, Commissioner
    d Id, from 1938 to
    S, has been ap|x>int< : In )-
    tot < leneral of Colonial i
    innounood from tin- Pfinnifi
    i >:l.n-. in London. He Uke up
    appointment on November I.
    succeeding Mr. W. C. Johnson.
    <-( His bCaJeoty'o Inspectors of
    Conotahulary.
    Hi ' b oi was leoDnded i"
    the Colonial Office for three year*
    i"l;i t s-.i. '.,i .
    BtatO on matters a fleet inc.
    Colonial p o l |oe forces. Subse-
    quently, ho wa* appointed In-
    pector-General of Colonial PoUOt.
    Now. at the expiry of his term
    of secondment, he is rejoining the
    I Mllce.
    Mr IfuUsr, who is at present
    tier "t Polke, Tonga
    vika, is 53. He joined tlv |K>I:
    : Ceyloi, in 1920 and
    ervad there until i3 wh-.-n h
    wa. appointed Commissioner
    Pi I.' 0 Tru-uliiu. -B.C.P.

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    fuirk and
    -.- Joyce
    later.
    Walcolt Will
    light In 1952

    Briiain, US
    Want War
    Siiys Pok
    WARSAW. Aug. I
    1
    trli i for 'i
    . ..
    the united Stab
    Bortet
    Union, Pormei Majoj
    Tatter, wartime Dopub
    Ihe p a .
    .ii London made ihe rtatemei
    dm inn a four-hour eroo \ im-
    Inatton m ins trial with seven
    othei ai no naval
    Conunander charged
    with eoptoi
    Tatter was iked
    what he IhOUgttl were the alms of
    nd tin' linted Slii'e-
    "They want war" he said.
    Am i befanee c in 11 and the
    remaining eight defendants were
    given a chance to QUOOtk)
    otandi
    0 -i I. ki-I.
    Man.m Jureckl who was second
    defendant. Jiirockj who lik.
    'fatter p|..... I ind wen
    on tu teetlfy odouI inteUigenot
    setup of tlir hi.' i-
    sat inn Dunn,:
    of Tattei. the Pi
    . i omt lal kndk it i n lh ii Uw
    tenant (ienernl Marian Spyihal-
    aU, Poland's first postwar Vl<
    Mm. b r f Nat il Del
    under arrest
    Spychabiki disappeared in th
    middle of 1949.
    In the evenn.
    laid a. response
    tor's direct questioning that & ........
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    The picture that 'huffed' Farouk
    WHY DM. iHid HAKE HIM CUT HIS HONEYMOON?
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    san F&ANCISCO Aug. I
    Joe Louis to>nafjhl bent
    Cesar llrinn on points in
    u ten-roiuirl hout.U.P.
    A cli eson 's Trou h les With
    Congress Increasing
    Bv LtXI C. WILSON
    WASHINGTON. Aug 1
    .Ma. who privab
    been uruintt Trumin to oust the
    on, ma>
    won have the chance to stand up
    nd be counted. Some Congres-
    sional Democrats already are
    ihUoana In their
    i-Acheson manoeuvre.
    wardo obtaining
    ..gainst him a vote of no confl-
    er.ee.
    Unlike bkft week"! Republican

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    Truinan.
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    with prj> I 't.dges. this new weapon
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    which

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    bice Convent.
    The Mi
    Barbados is exported to arrive
    bete
    Trinidad Barrister
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    riving from Trlnl lad
    and i Swai
    Victorian Exhibition
    Thk dm exhibition
    Museum will be | i
    liibition Illustrating the Victorian
    which will it>on on Tuesday,
    AuiuM 7lh. for 3 WOtft*. This
    nlon will torm a Ui I
    \< th lite itntTnwai oi ike him
    BxntMUon and NMNll at Brlt-
    i.ii It is in aid of |ho Museum's
    Collections Fund, which i

    \o enable the Museum i<> put
    tblMU - merit and thus to retain them in
    l.md.
    Show-Piecc Furniture
    MR. and Mr- Dou| I
    banks arc taking back
    Britain some sh i.ui- "
    from
    tt e United States.
    I.ltl \ \M \ UIMIIIM.
    6,000 MISS
    II' t llill-tl ilKIK.
    They shipped it from London M ,,
    0SNB I'm. S<0 b '
    II help to fur- Pamela ann/ecl fron
    -
    I Now it
    CAPT AND MI'.S IAN (iOAD aflBC Shell wddiinj in Grenada on
    Saturday Cayt (load In Ml ibura* of Ike WH-h Fsannen at present
    stationed in Oieiiad*. Mia. Goad ih Uia fonutr Juan Ad:>mi only
    daiiglitrr of itn> Colonial Treasurer Grenada. Hon. O. II- Adam-,
    CBE and Mr- Ad.im-.
    For Cycle Meet School Teachers
    Off to Brit i asiv, heiiyi. spink sod HI *
    i: w i ,\ in Qaorglna Haggarty, Wl
    rJ.O.Ts..
    colonial i i bt South Trtiddad ere hn
    holiday staying a* (
    Hotel Hastings. They arrived hotels
    ion by H.WI.A. brcjik rhe early Mimmer-
    they exp In week* i,(.m Trinidad. back 10 guineas tor "a first-class
    They 6 I <: Ken ...... trip in a Cunard White Star
    ii will not I-- lakini ps < U Explore Possibilities imn
    iiwhnr Your tare to Nice is 11 s 3d.
    u C u L M" J A flABUOl.. Manager d you can 60VC on that Mic SO
    Here ror a month 1Y1 ,,, Booker's (B'dos.j Drug per cent, reduction nffcred by
    victor func and Ihree Btorce panted by hts French railways.
    . John ift foi !'.<; yes- Our notes to friends come
    b> II W I A. on a rrom swflM hoteU on the Con-
    1957 you have your earand
    The Champagne
    YOURS a aingle girl with
    1.000 a year of your own. The
    1937.. .
    It i the year or trie Corona-
    IK n, the year of the Part Exhi-
    bition, and the news about
    in ume tax la bad It la going up
    It. M. lo 5s in the ii
    And of that 0.000 all you have
    lef to spend is 4.280
    Hut till. .
    Your car- Yo. can buy
    self the most luxurious ami
    laieat jaguar model for 385,
    tain still leaves you mot-'
    than 70 u week to scrape along

    few 1'at ran be the most com-
    f.. i.a.lv modern In n Wed End
    btbcfc for 6 a week. A firat-
    chisa West End firm of decora-
    tu a wdl do It up tor you in high
    stjle for 10 a room. You can
    gi an excellent utpet for 1 a
    ya d, and an elegant velvet for
    ra ii eurtalns at ws. gd. a yard.
    Ing is 3*. fkl a yard
    18 a Suit
    YOUR dresses and haU put you
    an.ong the world's beat dressed
    The man who years latei .
    make Princes* Mai,
    charges you 18 for a suit and
    30 to 45 for one Of thus*
    elaborate, embroidered sparkling
    evening affair's.
    And you can afford dozen
    new hats a year at five guineas
    each from a milliner with the
    royal roat of nrms.
    And pure silk nighties from
    J'.iri... at tv.o guinc ,
    youi f-verynight wear.
    Yoiir dinner and rabaretsup-
    poning thai you ever paid for it
    -Ifii 15s. 6d. For that you
    go to the Dorohester, dance till
    2 n.m eat sleak. and see a Brst-
    rank cabareT
    Afterwards at the Dignl club
    there Is no entrance fee You
    buy a 12s. 6d. bottle of gin. have
    ?. and eggs, taxi home, and
    * the whole night out for two is
    i overed by a Over.
    I0. 10s. Cruise
    YOI'R hnUdaut You manag.
    three a year In the beet
    10-day cruisel.
    And that leaves you CBB -
    get along on
    7ta Suit
    Yov/t flat tf it
    and the kind Hwy *li luxu.y -
    bg a two-roomer at 8 ,i
    A first-class firm BfllJ
    decorate it for 35 a room
    :hat Miss 1937 bouKl. el
    '. ad, is now 40s. a yard: the
    Is 8s. 0d Th carpets that
    i re 11 are now 12 6. u
    ir rlrrnei Ond hafJif V0U
    a. "o the Prlnees-'-! dressmaker
    l small fortune each:
    i ip to 150 '
    lie Rat) Pf M
    silk nlghtt
    12 12- .
    r*ossr ttsmae ond eabar*tti)1|
    i are footing
    U t i log, baele charge. If
    i -lough known to
    get a steak-*)at will be an extra
    The night club take*
    .ui for each v.
    i mi pay dearly for drinks
    in rounds--from 4s. 8d. each.
    tltKu truise
    YOL'R holiday*.That cruise is
    L 148 lor 20 days Your fare to
    ii nosing you i an afford

    if ..-i n) ovei t"
    Mturn tan k 111 04 At the
    i
    'i i art co lo P
    ,000 a yearsime 3.400 of It OUl '
    can go back m lax anyway. (return fare tourist clHS, 110)
    those thrsss ssn-
    nilnk b
    I .. BOO left b DO, 1
    Princess,
    your lob ontlUes you to sons And if the Princess used her
    tax-free expense allowance) IT* sUowaJSOS on Jus'
    TOUT M three thingswhy. the j
    imu it w.:t more to sui < in snt would have ball of
    vonr year' S ig half, h-r 'pending money back again.
    l.r>3H b Ihf pi UE.S.
    1.1*1111 THK A THK
    LmI BbowtDf To-day. 5.00 mid UI p.m.
    j Rudyard Kipling's K I M
    I >II'llti
    sTARTIN*. TOMORROW
    UDS 8.3S P.M.
    and minimum: il.il
    Jt 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.
    BOYAL
    TARTINf. TOMOUtOW
    :.ee a r, r m
    and rumiaulni Salurda> and
    jSJBSssj al "i on and 1* p.m
    THF HIT OF Tilt SI ISOM
    VMM
    LOVE
    WILLIAMS
    Howard KEEL
    EMPIRE
    ro-BAT, i i I h.jo

    i i LAUGH TIL1
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    SATURDAY
    EMPIRE & ROYAL
    A?60Trj)S
    FRAHttnattW
    i Wolfman rvt ION CHIKEY
    Dracula p -,.j >, B'LA IUCHSI
    1 Monster :'- t, GUMN i'ANSE
    -I MMIMi HUDAT, I"1ll AlO.
    EMPIRE & ROXY
    ROBINSON v.. TURPIN
    Thr I'ichl 01 FlKhta!
    nl.h !hr house In The" Boltm. B.W.I.A. lo nwU i-.i w
    ^.loi lie
    holiday
    The
    Ml
    I ton, which Fairbanks u month
    bought last October from the staying I
    Duke of 1 l-awrence.
    Off To Trinidid
    MR MK'HIFI TIMPSON h
    Ii. >iv HiiBl'^h mid
    tlol at the LodKc Bohool
    left on Tuesday night hi r W I A
    To snend part of the loB| holidays
    in n;iI:l' u i-^ Twenty-one
    Barbados Holiday rVllss M()Nit-A ink.
    REV. C r a ;.\/r.iTF, of St. iVl ,., a] m. .nd Mrs Howell
    Paul Fenian- Innisa of "Ziiio". ROOklcy, eele-
    do. arrived from TrtSidad yeater- brated b-r lefSSMy-nrst birthday
    . I \ last "I
    tinent where you pay 2
    day
    '^^r\heP^-ena
    LB While there among other things
    nbllttsss as t<- whether there is tnc pm ,B ^^
    Fung Who is Ske I led r>inncr al lhc British pavilion
    is unable to mage ': trig In starling water polo IB B.Q on m Inr pjns Exhibtuim Ts 10s..
    MtT H. H rneM and includes smoked salmon.
    |Ot" Pal I'1 ar- Mr. Chabrol is keen follower cld lamb arid salad, fruit pl<
    lived from Trtnldad bj ItU sms Of the game locally. His
    'pLa
    College goal-
    a month'

    I Innisa.
    H
    keeper.
    Incidental Intelligence
    SEEING nurselve* U others
    ace us wouldn't do much
    good. Ws woutdnt belafva it.
    M. UjIIIliII P... k'..M In
    Hi'- Saturday txenlng I'mrt.
    I I --
    (and big helpings).
    Ilaily Kxpreaa Pi
    THK VIIIIMIIIIS OI .*
    BY THE WAY
    liy Beachcomber
    rIK sight ! i awn hat
    in a
    surprise poooli I
    " i I "
    thing to >i- \iit1i ih, Festival.**
    It nhi.-i. tin ;i .
    somewhat oHsconcerting hen
    srord went tod that the hot
    drawn I > | hOD B thTOUJ I

    a small whelk. It was

    to the hat by strong steel In
    and was mounted on i thick board,
    two Inche -( h.it it-
    <\> the]
    nil bumping, had a thick
    :i Hut when '
    I a corner, ai
    torner of the hut, there
    was nothing underneath The
    Council lasiied s warnli
    i
    Tin rnl* npoHtd
    IN the modern world a shortage
    of food if bad enough, but a
    shortage of in.
    ii**! .it the future iii
    be tinned food. II
    in mind that Mr Wela I
    .
    tried b) grow food in
    tin-, thus UlUng two
    one astonishing
    i. that peas and
    : rent in tins ba<
    tl only Im likened to httl
    of nothing gone stale. The sug-
    thai Uw tins, nag i
    ticltcate cadmium, should
    l iinstead Of. caused
    i Uotallur-
    rry, senere

    i
    Ihret psu ken v i
    .
    \nlhiiif! In tlu uit.'i !/
    Si IM1 pi
    (or in-
    lan e, thai -ni n a ho I i
    i i .. .i
    and l have been trying to picture
    l like to llir
    tl i .....
    i ;ige, he must i
    Hi .
    .. i bars Mi. n i up-
    i 11 wtueh happi ned to
    s c in tiu- ii urn, lashed out ;>t blra
    Ihe inhabitant of the i age
    .i pel
    i... i 04 tl ri
    .. how tin' ot
    d 'i. human Intruder, bj
    thai time, WOUld not
    ad put Its
    u.k down the chlmn
    barked al him
    Rupert and Simon44
    with lagci
    says the
    renortei
    You can even visil Soviet
    Russia10 days for 40 guineas.
    If you want those three tradi-
    tional cmblema of wealth the
    mink cifcls you 500, the ch
    panne 0s. a bottle, the orehiri
    3s d.
    And wilh all htat as the world
    mt side. Parliament agr.i
    allow Princefi Margaret 6,000
    a year but not until I9S1.
    1951 you have your ear
    The Champagne
    YOU'RE a single girl with
    I I. I""! ., vr.,1 of youi i.Wll
    The war is 1951. It Is the
    f l'i m .1
    twenty-Oral birthday, the year of
    the South Rank Exhibition, am"
    iboul Income tax is
    ice again, bad.
    I Uu\. in fact, that om-
    .....'!< vvunder why the Oovern
    nent makes any fuss ot all a>boii
    ottng the vnunger Prince-
    H.II.C. Radio Proiirainmi'
    s,.-i im Pi.i.jt. i. i- |
    in.*
    II o in Strike l'p Thr MUSH I
    , in OSMM W I IS B I
    I'omilfam WhlOBIM S OS p in M,>|
    UI" Ut-rt-r S IS p in Sr.itl.iti Mm
    int. ii 41 pin Pri-tuamiiw Pr(
    s p m T..da>". Sixirl
    ;*m hm* f\.S3M ILg
    TH* N*i
    Hn
    ' 7 1^ |> In Viv Hi; llnTail
    i U p m NativM of th* Pan.h a c
    .i in HadM HanrtMl II. |> m U.->
    a Hn.-l H XI p m ThMlr* T-la S
    .' in liilnlud* B U P m fum tl
    UHorlaM SM pm TunWul TwmlH
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    SHAH-JEHAN
    A MASI'HU'll.lK
    lowing Thurwlay 2nd Aufl.:
    1951 at 2 pm
    NON-INDIANS 1 6 ONLY
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    baut lhc lo aolsJ kxkci and ho*
    br touiui ihi L.lv whom n bck>ii||rd
    to. Then ht pun the inau on id.
    ublc. "And tha old S.pnrt uw
    ma thu |at lot you 10 keep ihcm
    n. hi uyi. "Loo. V.
    5 ''on. And he gj*e me ihii
    nckha *i j tfird. and I'm net
    gome io open ii unlit I ace ray
    D*ddy.' Thin you'd better mi
    hits home. Rup*n," uyi Mrs. Bear.
    "Only, ihn imi.'soim back
    iiaiekly." Anrf oi they run.
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    Itrpuhlu All Ar'lon Double
    JOHN WAYNE and GAIL RUSSELL in
    WAKB of Tin: red witch m
    AND
    " SAL TLAKE R\ IDERS "
    Allan 'Roek>' LANE Hoy BANCROFT
    FRIDAY AND SATI ROW. L4J 0> I U I'.M.
    lal lc .'. Ir.int Sunday jml Mondiy, 4.4.*> X 8 1.1 p m.
    FINAL IN8TALMFNT
    tolumhla* Bullet-Streikrd SerUI
    - in i tt ii mttt nit j. "
    St,irr,iiB
    IKin noif.l,A> .ind The Mv^iery -SKILL"
    ALL ACTION (HULLS! BUSKNH
    ear not a di ll moment
    sraciAL
    AT*- ICnON \T MIIINK.Iir
    The All AettSSI Whole Serial
    " tlttt 1 i UMCXTHY m
    WITH
    Ju..


    Till ll-ll VV \l I.I -I J M.-.l
    IIAKKAIMIS Vl.vui Mi
    PACK tiikm:
    r
    ILN* Defence Line Is
    Stronger Than Ever
    SEOUL. Julv 31.
    IF KAI '
    ind the C>rnmui.i Q .ill-out attack against the
    United defence line

    uMriorttv of
    I m i* dictating I'N
    : stand in
    Kuhh gainst Communist argu-
    .-i demarcation line al
    *roill ftnd the sube-
    Od .-.on*.
    |-nnnif. ihe chiet
    Prices Rise
    Sharply
    Since Ihi
    in certain .**<:,:.
    land has snne .,,
    300 per cent, in some ram, ac-
    cording 1(1 11*111.
    trol Board and H

    Before October, 193!'
    milk, n my Ml i
    most tver> Barbadian I
    old at U rents |iet tin. TI i
    now 32 and 33 l
    of well
    beef whl was sold
    at S and IS lb, now
    costs the housewife 3K M
    cents. She paid 48 rent* per lb.
    for her COOklflf
    the tlRM
    13 tba | without
    lhal hi- will dUcdka
    tai) i- vel .uid not on
    "I. He consider.'
    Ill 1 demand is a
    roblam.
    illy chosen words and
    has told Nam 11
    North Korean and
    i'C militarily ROME. July 3!
    He has shown tliem on Premier Alcide OaapSrl
    .. .. rHOn U ;-' over- Ihe Italnn people on Tuesday To
    d Uw itrtTifQl Of expect higher taxes. Strike con-
    trol laws and curbs on iho t-
    01 arc carefully trenust preas In a new austerity
    i the most advantageous programme to prcaervc the dem-
    rou the front, ocracy ->nd speed of Italy s rearm-
    V l.-.t Await* Ked>
    N. force* ;irc set up in depth
    Higher Taxes T'dad lias Not Seen
    Lor1 Italians r? i g\e r *>
    uncl UI Price fuses
    He sounded a warning in read-
    m a* attic* SlttLlSttVSSEi
    should Communiau decide to take Bve Uay-old Government and
    In some CUM ihe mere;., iln. Tbe will be nsklng for hl, flrsl votp n( lo,ln_
    items a comp.tred witn th< l i-minding tnat will (ienc
    ter, "ftS? ' : ; '' **AtXn& lhcv took in Both the SenMe and the Cham-
    In 193H according to figures ap- tlie Spring offensives. her of Denutu^ ra exi.vt.vl lo
    Hearing in the Trinidad 0r*i . them lna, lh(. JJ^J, "g^, SbHf^S ,5
    tecenih ,1 loun tremendous policy. De Gaspei. said his new Eg*
    ""o^' -r'" V ^2SS b rUUwy bmmkp in preaent posit- two-party Anti-Communist Gov-
    m IMP This hH been increased too*. I, ,n the attack, enough ernment consisting ptwipalU of
    *".g* "" ,"":' Tnbers of his Chrnttlu Dema-
    o^erJMperrtcenJ. :> areas, they will have to ity to strenf.heni.ig the develop-
    advance over ground that has been rnent and tightening" of an At-
    /eroi'l m to the last yard with (antic Pact alliance, but he
    ' and other infan- orapped a thinly veiled warning
    try a that new taxes for reermnment
    They will have to Advance would be necOSsan f p
    i minefields and through _____________
    ,nces 'hat can be covered
    ;.l will with hundreds of gallons
    0g furl and then make
    I i i tgh borbed wire,
    fanaticism should carry
    High the barbed wire
    w.ii aUU
    weeps of U.N
    machinegun, .nf.ntry rifle, and f^'parT,,.,,
    automatic weapons, blasting lank y OhUlulM
    and recoiless rifles.
    If they survive all these
    ill still have Ir( contend
    / ifu in 1,11 Secretary
    ti
    (Fltn Our Own ( nrri'Npiindeul) .
    n i,r or spain juiv 00.
    "AS A RESULT OF RE-ARMAMBNT, prkM I
    ;n Ti intdad nMgdTObago Will conUtnM Ul rtt "
    Ihroufhi ut this y< 1. -ieclnn-el the Hon. A. R. W. Ruben-1-
    gon. Kin.i'it'..1' Secretwi M I rrw ConfctnuCfe
    -We have 10 make up our minds ------------------------------------------
    It \H STATES
    EXPOSED
    g> I mm Paae 1
    1 dI the gini|>
    ilertlve union nt BOWn fhieh
    to ilil redni-e hot icI >'
    I H \
    I
    .
    S Syria and L*bv.
    . to union "lit' '
    /. / //ciot s BHO mh; iffffl
    \ri poeOL \ft t\ iu;
    f All the Arat> Slat
    j thrent %a tin
    t-n.i beUewi thai hunatet) at
    H j was sol
    at k cent- 1 " prtea .
    ..ii ike snies ngMnM ihani
    dlplomaUc reg*
    ait nmgh then i~ uti 1 ganuln
    i ommunlam In K
    dpad b !: wan
    ead |
    the maSM
    which cost 40 1 has M|,
    only gone up by IB cents, an in- ;,,iVancc <
    crease of less than SO pa
    On the other hand this com-
    modity here lias been increased
    by well-nigh 75 per cent.
    Following is a list 11 Eea
    items and the pi
    about T11n1H.nl have
    from Sunday Trinidad Guardian.
    |SSJ
    *llrH Ml
    Papagos Will Run
    For Parliaineat
    and face facts and we have nol
    seen the end o( b vet r
    oe another bombahatl soon" he
    concluded
    Mi Rot rteon tailed the
    d In the Its I cKoHCF/roWN
    ! gloui broadcasts U
    milk and rice He *airt pOputu than nnv other \9p M
    that then t|,,ni rag In Hrili*h Ottl-
    tMO.000 for nnlk and SI 12.000 for ana according to a poll
    nee. ' rials nt ptatton /kv.
    Oeorgeu atduetad the -"' lhi" ' where conuim-
    They had ttready uttll 1 I 1 thai l| showed also that nis1 i^^.^.. led 1^*--
    MTJ.OOU out of $-IO.0(Mi up to the me i.lturnl orientation flf BrlMttl '" v 'm,,',>V'
    end of Jrne thi< ...! Thl Coun IQid kl IMre North Ai'irrlcnn lttlnit * ntoat " '"r"1'11'
    .ii had greed timt saving) on one)than r.ntish I propaganda was boueved
    cemmodu- should he Utilised to-1 B.t P <>...... 'I"
    wards nothei com-
    modity. ITnfntiii'. Itely, then
    would be no savings on BOUT,
    rice and pTOViliona," he said.
    i -
    ft* ' -.'
    - if'
    !
    1; .- :>. *n
    - v ,
    '1/
    King Smiler" orders the worhl uirft |
    of Cow iintf Gate Milk Food.
    And we at* Irving hard o can* ol dM mhh>
    wise ami (mii.-iu.iii Knlcr fm or iDBBa SBa l-i\
    Hahlci 4ic veiling fin Cow and Gu*. Sunieilnni; a
    tin It hriici. omcthiiiK a I111I1 ilitlirvm. Iiim BaBBSI
    I ii- and fiair pec-vndnrni
    Truu 1* why Moihcri u,-"Tti.i. la aedllnfj -!"" Bke il
    noihiiig au good when natural (ceding fail*"
    cow & gate mr*
    L
    3U FOODb/'ROYAI. BABIKS
    IIiuimium'n Worried
    Plf.h hri'l
    BmI-.i
    ATHENS GREECE. July 3!
    Greece's No. 1 hero Field Max-
    |.hal Alexander Pnpago* will

    Kita Is Brake
    Pavs .S.' V
    Bul
    Dflj
    In House R<'ni
    HOLLYWOOD. July 31
    Rita Hayworth BPpS
    broke to hei lawyer, but her
    friends sgri sd onl
    is still m the onips i" i
    ley Crum. attorn*
    haired gjsinour .
    She "definitely || in s hole finan-
    cially". Hut' I I
    here said "that depet
    you look at It." It's a mailer of
    relafivit>
    LOFiDON. July 31.
    pocket she would |f, Warsaw, the Potash
    broke. After all ,t ilaged,
    day. ihe higgesl ever political
    Nevada Bt 1 '
    per day hotvl nung > -
    . In.iking for a houseand .The purpose _0f Molntnv*. Mid-
    BousstwiTeg n more
    than ever with the Increa 1 lei
    lied at foodatUffa, Up went the
    nt in the September price for pea*, local sg|
    made brooms, lumljer, ooconui
    Papagos. conqueror of Com- meal, Edible oil and .i few
    HWJ niunist rebels told 4 press con- items Ivan the |.
    with (,-renre Monday he was entering cut has gone up to Slat) cents.
    erenanc- y m the politics to give Greece "the stable "1 am very mn.
    i N infantrymen. Government nf which she Is in Midden rltg In prtoM and UM tad
    If Iho tf-N. HiKh Command need." that the trend 1- world Widi
    should order an attack there are The Field Marshal quit o not make the resulting burden any
    powerful task forces ready to Commander in Chief of Greece's easier to Iwat." taui Hon. Alliert
    ;irmed forces in May because of Gonn I labour. Mr.
    IU want a the dispute with King Paul and Oomr> is urgln-
    B but will not re- his Palace advisers over what food growing 11s a long range
    Papagos" supporters called polili- project.
    raj appointment, to top army _
    Psts M mtghi i^ more In Oovam-
    Despite pleas from US. Am- n ent's i.-.terrM t ,i.;. m.
    bastsoor John Peunfoy he refund *um.swch.. si slUbls to subsi-1
    to return dlsmg our own food produ
    Papagns had the eonildence of f thus. promole U" .
    the U.S. Government |n handling ''/""" foodstulTs. but thrs is
    Ainerici.il military aid to this '"rig "KC P" <
    Communist threatened country. "on which 1 know i* at the mo-
    Papag.*' statement did not in- menl agitating the mind of the
    dicau- what political party he Hon. the Minister of Agncultu
    .
    t'.r.
    Htds Curry Out
    General Purge
    Of East Europe
    ivould associate himself
    ith
    C.P
    Is plannIl
    month in 1
    broke?" ;
    M.n .- 1
    was down to net
    gold "thl 1
    atiythin:
    1' P.
    j : aw. and the
    critical word*
    . haoenUng clear
    CHIEF BRITISH ATOM
    SCIENTIST MAY QUIT


    HABBOUR LOG
    In Carlitle Bay
    S*h Uad Nulwn. Sk-h Routine M
    Four genemls, three
    anu other mllitfirv om-
    LOdSy fi
    ' m Warsaw
    nl plotting against the
    ill Join the long list of
    Cxechi
    Mini llvu'lrtta. S1I1 Raintxr M
    MiMrrd Walla**. Ya*ht Mara.t**-
    the Supreme CmiI I. Smltn. Sth ll*m> D W.
    Vni Marianne. S**. Marin Orl*
    m h W 1. Eunlcia. Yatht Km
    M V Antant*. a a lnvntur,
    ti.U-rpiiw S S s Ti 11
    AHWVAXB
    Sch gnWrprlM 8. u 10m.
    riemlm, Iimii
    Sir Johr
    I.MSH '.
    Ooekcrofl may ajuit l
    rian Okdals, who recently _,
    ' the MOSCOW order- Scssisafr Ow
    I .1* of eastern Euro-
    iress.
    During ihe last few days the
    M.....r Generals.
    '" he said.
    <..!> Wideninu
    Ua explain

    M
    items at ma onal ks Irri
    but the 4
    lo lind more and nun Rtones <
    111,1. I In I I
    steadily widened i>> furthei teiet
    nrreasei." An> hope of early
    llevlation Is out ol the question.,
    A 1
    i.pidly 10 '1 Bh.....U I "
    !.|. I Ull|lnl'l '
    A
    nee, or death of
    < : erals, Za-
    dina. Veslv. Pavel, and Zlenodo

    UP.
    head of Britain at< :u- i- ,inm gofl
    establishment I Uw
    Supply Mini trj 11 o
    day night.
    London newspaper^ h
    ....
    1 I
    B protoct "Inca into would
    resiKri to
    < .
    research. Th,. Bupplj
    gold:
    "The iniestion of .1
    Sir John Cocati -
    Sldel.ltl. a
    of his raugiiing"
    Nowspap>i- reporl
    Cockerel-
    P. J
    Trya. 4SOU li>m. Capt Maud.
    Hum Si I UlUs. Aarnln Mmu. Rol
    UBI'AKTVRKN
    Proap^loi. saw Mr*. C.
    . lor \" a<" Af*ii Ma-
    The OaCtalta U C.. U4
    H V L*d Jo>. ion*. Capl.
    ASvtili: Mm" llaiwclull
    S 8
    1 Co.
    LSI
    Sth Mullrl
    t.,<
    A;
    S*. HuaimiM. 3 MS i
    ilhaniplon. Asrnl*
    la i
    director of th, '
    Stitute of Geo| I
    burg South Africa. Barge \Hrifl
    iFrem Q\" '
    PORT-OF-SPAIN. J
    I
    thontii ai
    barge awni
    Services Departmen
    been adrift In I
    three d
    Irat| Cfclt Spare
    No Forces For U.N.
    NKW YORK. July 31.
    IhO United Nations
    that it is unable : ISM
    I force* for U.N.
    scauso no part of our
    Sd rones maintained at
    n~ present can be spared as ihey are
    , tor defensive purposes
    nitry."
    Iraq Foreign Ministry said In n
    Secretary General
    .. th;\t mnliitenanee of
    . rvtot witii
    the world organization would be
    01 ii financial burden which
    : MM bOtf without ser-
    '-eqiicnces to if"
    He vai.l however Iraq was de-
    Sever to relax efforts
    Ut,
    dian Challrnaar, l.VU
    Anditnton. Iw< SI Vincwnl. A*nti
    1 Uanlin-r Au*tln a C<>. Ltd.
    Bart>ara. I.0SI X*. Capt. '>.
    Iiimor*. AmiU. M.t. Gatdln.r
    1 ft Co. "
    ST IH11 St. '#-###
    AT
    EMPIRK and ROYAL
    SIMULTANI.OUSLY
    M-G-M'S Hit; SOUTH sUs MIMCAI.:
    PAGAN
    LOVE
    Sl.iirlnx I.1I1M WILLIAM*
    I I i| pj
    i-irni rfppllni
    m 1 Song Hits
    : i" 1.1 in 1 'ii.ptcal pursi
    11 Tcr>it.....lOUl
    Ml I-STIII.il IN \ I'MII.I
    It'l hull -........
    ihi onj picwm rou can r aiioo io miss
    fgtatiisf /^W mirdtli cttevit
    GALAS .^mfmuMe LIP COLOURS
    MWE GREATEST
    , The World's
    Best Seller..r
    stony or .\t. 1.
    I
    v, ;.,) min, with
    m.nt ab..ii miiod rapuclty far helping ;;;_.. ^
    b~ I, cnnrulnml Ihnl II mil
    taav<- driricrt l .1 ipol m !- VI .
    2ucl in coast.
    u-n.urM lo pr.TV. '
    in V T
    *!
    SAVE ^ $ $
    with ihe FEIUai: SOX Wheel Tractor
    W8RL0S IVIQSl COPIED TRACTOR
    In Touch with Barbados
    Costal Station
    Cab* and Wiraam iWeat
    iOvw Inat iin-1
    JO DM f"liii6 "hipa
    RaiMdoa Coait SlMton
    u aaonric. u eh-H.a
    \mh.ri. a OUnrho. a > Mohama. '
    "-idm.n. a Oolflto. 1 SH-ilm"'
    - 1 AKcj IVnnant Pi|lWd^W^
    aj ao Knoivill*. i Ai"itlna.
    Mvravind, a a Baao Kao Paulo,
    ITnaprctor. . Jam*. mnHawt Caopt
    LaiaMs, Jam. aaueoi
    . KTlnlon. Mortnaet...
    1 ..mpant*. a Fort G-f-mra. a a
    Mocori. Burrenrfr. StaWgW
    H.tiet laland. a.a. Ionian Mam
    ci- i-land. Canadian challeni
    1 i, Frwch Crwlr. I Trll*.
    1 a.-1 dr B-* i- Btuann*.
    M Aiiiianl. M Nalon.
    lomes To
    LIFE!
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    ...
    Igsnly
    .
    /Ini? thert's a (listening Nail Colour
    to match every Lip Colour
    GALA OF LONDON
    I CHOLLVP.O. IOX Ml
    NAIL iCOtOUX
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    and Mary Magdalene
    p,i. Medeu do Novara
    Wi'h the reriruson System your
    1;. ids can be satisfactorily
    ploughed and the unit is available
    HI transport Vehicle.
    The price of this versatile" Tractor
    i' one-third that of a Track Trac-
    tor, and you will be amared at
    its performance.
    Fly to Britain in Festival Year!
    BY B.O.AC. CONSTt'.LATlON ,
    IN CONJUNCTION WITH ltWI.A.
    fiet There Sooner I Slay There linger!
    latnlla*. < II.-. Itr
    m llrrmiida 11.10
    f\ i .-i 33.Z5
    LA '.....d-
    a? AI." tonne, llni
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    ,n, pegskSB lo UW WHole Werld
    ii
    'formatic
    i applies-
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    OPINING
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    2.30, 4.45 & 8.30
    and Continuing D
    4.45 and 8.30 p.m.
    PLAZA
    IIII11 M.I .IOW >
    s* ikJar'ati %x.
    (ALL-TALKING)
    A MESSAGE OF
    PEACE AND FAITH
    FOR EVERYONE\
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    PAGl iim li
    HAKBADOS ADVOCATE
    TIllKMiW AUGUST t, U3I
    BARBADOS^ AbYOGttE
    t.-------1---------..~.,....f....._,
    ThewasJay, August 2. 1951
    in:i;r w vnit iiaiiimmIT
    U) in-
    dusti I'fus critical

    bour.
    In (lit.. i in bulk
    I his
    Mutch
    I
    I
    I
    a and
    le ni
    then
    1 bulk

    rrintdad will


    appll-
    I elessfor her
    to 1..-> inasmuch as
    bulk shipment cannot bt conveniently
    le the
    wharf. In the sugar is taken
    from tl to the ihip i by means
    Of IIH '
    It means thai I art continue
    where it might be
    ar i<> the ships and
    in b> used again,
    .. m (cm opening
    and waahin ould remove al-
    . '. I lunent.
    Uut ;.s i( not having
    Deep Water Harbour were not enough,
    the dtuatlon with regard to bagi makes
    tin- position <( Bi 11 arioua.
    The supply
    from [ndie i
    iwn in
    order troubli
    . lea have lad to a
    a/ithholdln result
    not produc-
    ing the bjt; market
    demand. Because of this Interruption In tin
    Ir.dian
    than 40 per cent
    .I U Oi who
    l:..lulling of
    Deep '' U r Kar-
    bout i cent "f
    her b
    Indian
    quota thai Bar*
    ht be able to get her rcquire-

    If then Harbour
    in this Island the present anxiety over the
    future <>i ihippii i rid etown
    would haw atad.
    know whether
    Mr. A I lei <>f the Qov"
    emnu at i oi tins
    Island, sti tore are other
    thin ve priority over a Deep
    i I
    The pi i prove that it
    is ,. Men if nol provided in the
    considerable harm
    to our economy.
    I lili- lioost Inlul.-.noi.
    li (kief
    AWAY In New Guinea an A
    chief of a
    of the tribal
    tephen Romney Maurice GUI,
    UUnba, has worked in New
    was ordained, 42 years

    Ha returned to England on leave in
    medii al treatment In New
    <,. n trib"
    n (iill
    etum.
    of Cheltenham Avenue,
    would return
    tell us that he was
    tnony"
    I ..K.S.
    II. m I ouitli |ej The TaaJl Of I lir Uesl t
    Fortiiirately, It I* I\Tof
    JiikI A Mailer Of Men
    -Sugar Is ThereIf l.K.
    Fav For II"
    TAKE v what are the Weal
    ce planners up against? xl
    in.'itiemn would say Tin- Kast outnurnben 111
    ne. Bui is the ln.>k as
    If not, are our efforts and our tarsji
    '!'] a .in- the questlona to be an
    i i .Mt bui vey in: I
    [oi read) i
    \U (.r-.u,,-I ..,.(.mm III (.11 IHMIAS
    'Heavy Pressure On World Supplies'
    LONDON.
    THEKE i* pkfl UP available to
    Britain on the world markets, if Britain la
    willing U> pay for it, according to Mi. 4
    McNeill Cooper-Kej w HP. ta --
    Hastings. *;
    He was speaking in a brief debate in the
    House uf Commons on ra ;^
    which he potnted nil that supplies >! ;*
    foods are greatly in excess of the ration H
    pressed the Government to crease thv
    rations of these foodstuffs, or else to giv<
    reasons why such increase could be withheld.
    The reason why sweets are still rationed,
    he said, al'1 '.-v.-have more
    than they can a II, hi that the Minister ol
    Food belli I Mwives would be an-
    noyad al an Increase ol the sweet ration
    whilst thai 1 . a of the donaeatk
    rugar ration.
    "I do not heln tinued, "thai the
    an Immediate and tufaatantlal In
    uease in the aigar 1 ition Is quite as itron 5
    ,. it is 1 >. 1 an increase in the sweet ration. **
    [closed
    FOR
    REPAIRS
    Advocate Stationery
    CONGOLEUM
    In roluuri iinl dr-oi
    111.1i. li or lone with *n>
    ~. ii.-111.-
    I SQUARES
    3 yds X 3 yds. and 3 yds x
    Mi yd.
    PLASTIC TABLE COVERING
    45 IBB. wide Wlllli: .i.l ALL iHMUliS
    ;****v#*.'-'-*.-''-'-'.-
    WILKINSON & IIAVNKS CO. LTD.
    Successor* to
    M'YING (OAI.
    Ods indrsd and eight) divi- Bhoe-Stlini ,a,or ,f"- * precticaUj
    iwr, MO lest w't,.,i win tha AtUei have whole regular force wIU bi
    tl M li the i. | , i. mitt d o active en.....
    i ...' t.tiui- Britain and thi I : each flv* divisions In t:\i\-v the best
    , muster uwUMw dlvudon In >'art "',Jlvt'..Tl'V spi",':"1 "?)
    '.....'"- Europe nun tawai now C Ber- "joes thj *en ami
    te France Middle East Mai..... Hongkong
    how- thai ,,;,,, ....... i .. ..,., ..IK....;.
    he men In the Kremlin have Metro lr, therefore, that if
    mi increase (forth African ant which could we are to honou- ur obligation -
    mod might since last April. ,u, Oeneral m Europe nd j'jll keep thi- th
    *i'u: the sir ton
    Seven * Aml Illjlt ., (liU divi.
    I much- unUI you real- ,,,,, ,,.,_. .h.lt gven wl* Over-
    this hwraaie atoa whPtnilnR alr nil,(
    and a hat time, _w(m.h W1. )(;iV(. I1((, e, tt
    nsih f the wouM b,. a iiwt-atrtni I
    hole BriUih Retsuliir Army.
    it is only p gttie lam aun the
    hlmd hind fi'ii.s In Europe nM n(%r ((|
    ni n>i
    of all the Norm Atlantlr Trenly

    Thai i.i nol the and ol I
    logue, RumIs'i Buropcan antel-
    lites can add another 70 divisions,
    supplied with armour I

    The truth of the matter, regarding both
    .sugar and meat, is that there is plenty .1 \*sr*f*f*s+*ssssss.
    BUgar and plenty of meat in the world if we
    pay for it. For sugar we must pay in Ameri-
    can currency, and if we have to buy a million
    tuns of c<>al. and it tookaajlf we shall have to.
    then L am afraid that the housewife will have
    to go without any appreciable Increase in the
    sugar ration.
    "Nevertheless, the sugar stocks in bonded
    red line strung iround the world warehouses at Jlst May of this year stood at
    div.om i 500,000 cwt. higher than m the correspond-
    For behind the permanent ing period last year, which amounts to about
    ..innnum force winch we rnunt ,_ _
    the Wckt the Allies must 15 per cent, increase,
    malnlnin more regular division* Replying. Mr. V. T. Willev. Parliamentary'
    Of eourxe Ku.m.. .ould not use to |luj( the vital gap*, in a pen- \ <*^ ." ,, i*inlrt, ~f F,MkH :.| ,hnl
    slons or even ball ol meter ringing the northern hand- secretary lo me mini&iry oi roou, saui that
    ,.. the We5t. There is a sphere
    the .,umh.-i of troops you Ah the regul.i
    can deploy .-. one front. --xpanda
    And. because an attacker must unit
    in- far rtroi a defend*, -.
    fie Allies do i."t peed so many Eisenhower or to
    United Slate-.
    _ Its undeplnyed
    i form ,, |M>iaed reaarre
    ready to stiITcn ihe STflUea under
    ish troops to
    is the Reds m the curtain. Korea I
    ,.nv mini- the classic aaampla ol nhm rote
    mum with which we might nil
    Ml.- |S|
    Three Ways
    There Is the disposition ol thl
    The R more l^uiblr t \i .
    ..'.. i
    faelns west, roughly another third hOWSI hSS K"t 5
    nh botweanthe Bolhani and well-equlppi
    and ihe P> and the m!ght Hand ohance of eheck-
    ihe Par Bast ,n(! ,m idvai i
    Poland has 2025 (UVUllorU, .. must nl |east
    , 12 18, CgeehojdAvakla doable oui 19 t. Can ii
    IC Bulgaria and Hungao lir ,ll>nv where #U] i
    probabi* eighi .-i oum apiece, ,,,.,, ,,,m,. i ..
    Albania two am those .an i>e mid hi take dlvudon srnjy, will ba abla to
    li"' '" '" ,"1 KrenUIn |llin). (ll lmill. ri;rni The numlxr
    And in China they have an army ,,,.,.,,,, n now M1
    " of the 200.000 Ai
    sugar allocationa lo British sweets manufac-
    turers are still based on a ration of 4 oz. of
    sweets per week, whereas the ration has re-
    cently been increased to 6Vz oz. Manufactur-
    ers are usint; sweetened fats and other alter-
    C. S. PITCHER & CO.
    Phones : 4472 & 4087 BF.CKWITH STORKS
    I lit AM!.'
    liahtful uilh
    YKS .If.
    you 'II /< ihlii/litlul
    JAMS CBYSTALS
    I I A S
    Hehind all that h a ennsidera-1 natives to sugar
    Mo raterre. Bu' at the inomenl
    u is a potenthii rather than an
    actual reserve. Ely the end of
    1!51 for Instance, it Is unhkel
    i'f Blue i .....'orps,
    caeh of thi.- Ir.
    That Ls the ixitentlal opposi-
    Uon
    Now ii-t in have a look at the
    as What we itKild Held
    In rent)
    if verythlns soaa according to
    BUaenJ n
    f.,r one defence
    of Buropo by Die end el this rear.
    '. ids:
    . that when '
    ?,Tff&&0dKuK,SShS
    eornnrittad
    Be proud, though of Km work
    WO have put In this summer The
    / i II-up has turned a paper
    to 0 forte to be reckoned
    with.
    Hard Al ll
    On Ihe Continent II.. .. an
    f any anal n well organised
    troops Staff officers in SHAPE are
    now tied up u. Korea can ba working frantically to fashion a
    ed for ether thestn sleek, streamlined, standardised
    Kranee ran pn.bably double her reserve to stand prepared at least
    Contribution by the end as Dig again as the retular f
    of 1953. and still have POmethlng behind Kuropes mobilised an
    |H ii.iiM The map shuws the outline of
    Belgium Holland, Denmark and the picture in terms of divisions.
    . h h ..use another M adds up to ten to one against.
    ,.,,, divj ., Are we riant then to smfi .1
    ll.lv lmlBS . i probabb produce an Western Qermsnyl
    extra rour Within IK months to Fortunately iii war It Is not Just
    two yean Pa both ; matter of men. To mi in the
    EuMTihowei and field- picture you musl know what is
    Marshal Lord Montgomery have happening In the an- on the sea
    been 01 "' IM "' factories.
    .i b> the efficiency and Hut we had letter leave that
    army. for another day.
    Th, Q.p. -'
    Little Ll '" UI" nmna
    II ihe h.. gat, "di contribul i regular dlel- We can yet a heller view
    ihe better part of .1'ioitn'i divi- done Is all but achieved When an
    ,. extra divi-ion moves to ;
    Britain
    Italv
    Holland
    Denmark *

    ii divisions
    *
    2
    Renardinn su^ar," continued Mr. Willey, "I
    was ^lad to hear the hon. Member say, which
    is the fact, that there is no very real case to
    justify an increased ration on the supplies 1
    available to this country. He tfave some
    figures, but, of course he will bear in mind
    that we have an increased ration this year
    compared with last year.
    "1 have dealt in a previous debate with
    the question of sugar and I refer the hon
    Member lo'that debate. The circumstances
    have not changed, it is misleading to talk i
    about there beinj; plenty of sugar in the
    world.
    "I re-emphusise what I emphasised in the
    previous debate that in three months the price
    of Cuban sugar rose from 40s. per cwt., f.o.b..
    to 56s. per cwt., f.o.b.. which illustrates thai
    then- is heavy pressure on the sugar supplies."
    B.U.P.
    More Britons GoioCanada
    from the air .
    Britain's llitl For World's Fastest
    lr Bylns fa
    last i
    ianed and produced at Hawk-
    iliice the latter days of the
    LONDON
    i- i del "i the b
    uperlet Hawker i' "" Intereep- .
    tei wi i released In London ?J "Upjler intereeit..r llyini- t.nlay "It carries on the pruud Hawker
    <>n July 34 t>v the FUwkei Blddcley Mr. Neville S|.., out Osb- lighter tradition which dates beck
    Group with statement by Sir era! Manager ' Kawfcer Aircraft, ,,, the Sopwith pup, the famous
    Ipencer Sprlggi KHK. Hat Kingston. _^_ Camel, the Snipe. Woodcock. Hart.
    uuauTtha bssl 'The fact that the RA T. ordered Hu
    WS believe 1
    niricane. Typhoon, Tempest and
    Fury. All of tl.e-v bear the stamp
    of our Chief Designer, Sidney
    The B.A.F.'s
    front lln
    tfhtinif lira if| IImul' anvwhere Ihla new aneiaft oil the drawing
    1M ,(ll. m .,,. \.,v- I" .n.i i- th,- |-a testimony to Its
    ... the famous Hswaai qualiuse. So far as wc know, it
    C#BJ i the very few that;hB*a
    n a. ind developed Ll,r >ma f c*u*tB bv u'v ll;Al"-
    ao I .- Klngaton.Surrey, TMt nwana. In hot, thnt we have
    wiuesanillji tone been able to plan maai production
    flight triali at t'- ,'v'''1 "
    Ministry of Supply exi>erlmontal u'"'
    rube Down. plloU-d The V 106, brings air frame
    bi s.iu.idron Leader Neville lHike <: AracUoa iUPt pto line with
    eon |ipf A.F C tn<' tremendous advances In Jet
    dosed that the new engines which have given Britain
    Hawker tighter win *> into im- "'- aviation lead
    v proauction for we world.
    the It AV. Our new product u the loglesl back winas, and that it Isdesloned
    vrs baueva thai the P HWI development of the line of Jet for and powered bv an Avon jet
    1 any other known type engjlned ntters which have been engine.
    woikshops for iU nrst Hight. ..,. Th, followed hv the
    ni.i. I.,us,
    Although no performance detail*
    T ',"t c"'all"s wllh '"> id' ""-
    that tho Hawker P HW7 has iwept
    IN- B) 1 II M'M tN I im mi;
    Hid
    i.. hi'

    i judg-
    rangera are gen-
    '

    J'.ur
    u
    l oul
    the game at a mass meeting of
    IIH) psychologists here in Slock-
    holn
    ting.


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    A man's face may influence the
    prafaarion he chooses or it may
    >ed by It. F
    m to match
    probably a better guide
    tan a |
    'n .11> other oountn



    H bi the
    :


    n

    ol them falsify their real reSIUrei
    With COaiaaltl as says. And tar
    more women than men dsllher-
    aoaulrs i "cultured" accent.
    After studying human I
    is a living
    li i parl i>f Barnard BaaaV
    ProfM fie fictional
    paaeti aapari In 'Pygmalion"
    Higgins could pinpoint the
    .t trom which any Lon-
    doner oame, when a too-tru
    ' wrote to Shaw for lligglns's
    i.-ferred her to pro-
    OptraaJatlc Bra
    JL WOanK


    MORE immigrants arc expected to arrive
    in Canada this year than in any year since
    1929. The total is likely to bo more than
    150,000, says oftlcials. compared with 78,913
    last year
    Figures fur the Bl -i ftve months of thi*
    year show an increase of nearly 100 per cent
    in the number of Britons arriving ben
    10.599. compared with b,35l in the same
    period last year. Immigrants from all coun-
    tries numbered 60,;.5i;. an increase of 30,009.
    Most of the newcomers are from North
    European countries.
    The ban on German immigrants was lifted
    "h^m 'waa'The* Imo1*better 1,,M "''"'' ',nd ""^ 6-000 arrived in the Arat
    - five months of this year,
    During the same period about .1,000 people
    from the U.S.A. made their homes in Canada.
    Biggest obstacle for many intending Brit-
    ah emigrants has been the regulation which
    has prevented a family, whatever their size
    taking out of the country more than iTl.OOo.
    spread over four years.
    Now that the British Government have
    made an additional grant of 250 for a de-
    pendant, emigration, particularly of bu|
    families, is expected to increase.
    HELP TO PAY FARE
    A big improvement in the shipping silt
    at n>n has cut considerably the waiting time
    for people wishing to sail.
    Block bookings in ships by Canadian prr
    vincial governments, particularly that i I
    Ontario, have meant that many Britons havo
    been able to sail within ;< few days of pa
    their medical tests.
    Those who cannot pay the full fare of abou:
    60. in cases endorsed by the Canadian
    authorities, can be lent the balance if thev
    put up 10 of their own money. The loan is
    repayable over two years.
    Chief attractions for most ncwcomei
    Canada's rapidly expanding industriesout-
    put hag almost tripled ba value i
    paid, and the high
    standard of living, which is pr.n I
    By VYm. 1 IIART1.FV Lid.
    MAItMAI.ADt ......41c. buttle
    STRAWIUKKV ......Sic. -
    APRICOT .....4ic.
    DAMSON ......Ate.

    GREENGAGE ...... Sir.
    JELLY CRVSTAIS
    Am I'd Flavour* . .. 20c. Pkr,.
    GARDEN PEAS...... 34c. .,
    NORTH BOUND STUDENTS
    AND OTHERS...
    mEJiASE
    ll art'
    Mill.
    nuw Slum-ilia
    JAEGER ALL-WOOL
    TRAVEL RUGS
    and
    ALOMA ALL-WOOL
    BLANKETS
    also
    ALL-WOOL WORSTED
    OVERCOAT MATERIAL
    28 ozs. 58" wide in Black only
    Du I osi;e A 4 .. I.ol.
    DRY GOODS DtPT.
    roar roin >mian* i \nr:
    lan man. An.i they uau-
    ..". expael to live longer.
    rwe women In every tive teaaati
    tlnnk that danger is Ihe spice of
    life Hut only one man jn every
    five enjoys taking risk*.
    The quiz showed that people
    who arrive at ihe raOwaj itsUon
    iiniu befon their train
    leave are usually penimlslie in
    way*.
    The fact that women o often
    catch trains at the last n
    just mis* Ihem mav be ftirihei
    of Bie!


    optii
    One-Eyed I^mk
    ^ anafO to s*naara i r.manti*-
    Baeals!
    !> look Into
    dish experim-
    "\a% you ran C"
    "tl only
    .irself.
    HIGH CLASS
    LIQUEURS
    Prunlrr Rrindy
    Hartal Krandy
    Vlelle tiirr
    KrKlol Tream Sh. rr
    HrUtol Milk Shrrr*
    I>r\ Si.k Shrrrv
    outers prt
    .old Hrjid Ram
    Tiitnira Beer
    i i kraeei Is neei i
    1 rompartnirnt*.
    Krjti Irr (rnm Powdr
    < orn Flour In Pkf*.
    Hlrd'o lUsurd
    MierrifT* Puddinet
    Gi
    vw in tin
    Grape* In Un*
    Gineer in Itottles
    SPECIALS
    !rh Tin Swret Itlxuils
    I1J0 each
    I'.....-"I Goudj ( heev
    SI 00 per rb
    Cook'* Pante << fir. per tin
    i ana raats 15 eenu
    per Boiilr
    [th that ot the United St.,- i i - \
    Patosjaa* 1,1H0I> MtitS Tm # /f-
    l/M'srt\ /'/lo/ir Imst/tiif fttr \ltul


    THCRSDAY. AUGUST 2, l5l
    GRAND SESSIONS
    Jailed For Burglary
    Hit, LORDSHIP Um
    .t' iIn* Court of C-. i,
    in to nint' month;*' imprisonment when an .-W /.
    jury found him guilty of bur^ku v.
    Graham was wprwanted by Mi E, W. Btrnnv while
    Mr. W. W. Recce. K.C., SsUcttor General, apf i
    Crown. Graham appeared in court on a tw ment On Um tirst counton which he was found guilty
    I itt;ed with burglary in that sometime b
    May 2r and May 29. 1931 he broke and entered th
    of Vernese Richards, situated at DajffvlbJ Road. Chf '
    Church, with intent to commit Mori)
    On the second count he
    uuawfuU) wound-
    ing Ruh>
    Vernese Richards on M

    His Lordship lold Qnten that
    en found guilty on the
    first count and that it was a silly
    did. The nfn
    serious an.) if he had placed him-
    self on the meres
    would perhaps have
    In.II
    l M< Ban I I U i
    >Un is '. .. client had
    a clean lecord U
    to gel a job In America
    Aral wltneai called for th
    prose utlon was Polio I
    WUberl h. jrta who said thai n
    a result on May 2fl
    he was sent tn llavr.lls Road to
    Tin- top "f Vsrneea Richard
    . ,v i ui |ta .ii
    bunging window. Roth were
    BARBADOS ADVtH \t\
    iVU.I MVK
    IMMIOr \MI IM \\
    7 Years For
    Shooting
    With Intent
    The last I
    endar at the Court
    i re con luded i
    Hi- Lardali p U
    All hi Collymore discharged
    the |ury, wpraailua thanks on
    behalf of the |

    tn terr/i ol
    meat and hound ov i
    Pi ens was saqtaooad
    mat servitude for
    tlB| with Intent Hi! Lordship
    ,,_ lold Proverbs thai the jury had
    , found him guilty ol sh eting with
    opanad Ha want to the shop in,1< and that the offence ana
    about 3.30 a.m. lie ewammod the ""'>' l'r">ua-
    window and found no marks. Cyril Morrison who
    Vernese Richards made I stale- guilty Of the fraudulent convention
    ment to him and also other people. He then went to the home of "USB of f.30 to keep thr peace for
    Graham about n rnrda Iran janwutha. Rli Lordahlp told bin
    Venice Rlehardi ihOp, f.r.iham thul 'he jury believed that he rvid
    v.us at home and be asked him played a trick on his friend by
    questions. He asked Cirnham If l,StUg Ml money for purposes
    he had lout a hat. He was taken other than those rot which ha wai
    to the Station where he W8S CUU- "it rusted with the money lie
    tloned and charged for this had been distanced and while
    JNew Currency Notes
    In Use From Aug. 15
    Other Sides SMI U'gal Tender
    SPEC i new British C rrenc) N U
    will be put into circulation on Auftnri IS, will ioori
    anka in Um Citj m well as at the Publfc
    Library, tha Treasury and tha Uuatum.
    August. 1851. UN
    \i MQ i- hroughi
    Uon ineo-
    : m.vv to currency notes.
    I-, m lUOn "1 the new lltiti-l
    Ill HlMlill
    -i I let I ^l ll_ nio.no on 15th August. iy: SAYS DR. GIDEON
    ir *, v urrancj
    Hospital iNceils
    itmg for his tn.ii. was in prli ..
    since March.
    Anyhow he w.;
    -end him up to prison in view of
    record. Mr. E. w Barrow
    ;ippcared for Morrison in
    Wounding
    Three years' Imprtsoi
    as hard labour was passed on Bdrlch
    Thompson who pleaded guillv or
    About 2 to 2.30 a.m. on May 30 wounding Police Constable F.vei -
    her daughter Ruby Richards POn Yearwood with intent on
    shook her and woke her and told March 21. Tins sentence is to run
    her that somebody wa* In the concurrently with a six monthi
    U no of
    offence. Graham mad
    ment which he took down in writ*
    ing.
    Vernese Richards said she car-
    ries on business at Dayrclls Road
    The lu.use is at the buck of tot
    shop. On May 29 at about p.m.
    she closed her shop and watt to
    sleep about 10 p m. The shop
    closed properly
    bop
    (.ol Three Cuffs
    Ruby Richards said that she
    had been struck. She got up and
    received three cuffs from some-
    body in the house. The person
    got away. She lit the lamp and
    called for help. On looking around
    in the house she found a hat and
    a piece of wood.
    Ruby, her daughter, was bleed- lecled< Jcl he tvh ,h.(t .
    mg from the blow she got. inU!1t be given aoma consideration
    i iprisonmenl which
    Thompson is now serving.
    Mr K W. Harrow lold the court
    tier feeble
    mentality and seems to be un-
    . Mi to keep himself nut of the
    hitches of the law. He should

    on display at the Treasur;
    the Public i.
    rhe Barbadoi i -cum. the Sai
    thar small for the job Barclays Bank i>>
    has to do, said pi David B '' the Royal Bank of Canad
    i ; and the Canadian Hank i
    p tinted M lea will fa lea
    i ughoul the
    n, 11
    ">T and 1
    avoid hat al orles vu Barbado
    i land
    '"
    Slill t.Md
    i the Hospital which are .. Ml i Iswad h) ti.
    oounl of woik they loiveinnient> ol Barbados, Bntisi
    ,"1 CaauaN i u .,..... tMi Ida L tat circuia-
    i '" '"' rnen I i mt, will omiimi.- to l>.
    ' i,,,l! **hli rtai
    twithstandlni the nov
    i - amouai ol work thai la doni iue ol British Carlbbi
    hi the iiuie room ih.it Is avail
    it la mmrtani thai UM pubttc
    from I :
    the Hoapibil bafora i cam British Caribbean eurranej
    .. H :w- tea in no a i) afltacta the valid-
    to Ita reputaUon r Trinidad Ban I i I
    . i i on.o.i current
    1 alca this is in- Aral vtaU which remain legal tandai
    loa. His oral imprea I ited In pa
    veiy good and In flan- pntil thej are damonatl
    UUon tad i" the Oca
    i urablj with wl ra of tboat Cotonlai under Um
    Curranes Aet, I960, which acuoi
    ! DO! ba taken until .i le-
    uon a i a
    t to pai itlvala small Dumber of the
    M W. living in notes rctnain in circulation Bfl
    for manj aara." ..net demonetisation the holds
    Sportsman all] DO entitle.
    ST. VINCENT BORN Rev. C, V. E. Hazlew.....I Curate A u\- I'-cr of anything p. ; to elate paj
    . 0 ,, iiiiii^: li. si-.it, |li 1 ueon iilaved '',l '>"' *alua thereof fnnn I!
    1 '" < : I kthadraL was yesterday unanimously ,,, ,,, M..k,.t- whlU. JVtegtaiid ' '' Caribb. m
    appoinii'd Recta of St UiChawl and Daan oi S1 Michaeii to and during the last wai I urronc) note b aad ba U
    Cathedral by the Appointment Board i captain tha St, Kan '
    The new Dean left si Vincent Hoapltal XI the Unltoi ilsna and Trinidad
    In i28 and rtudlad a) ('--ningion < "kit XI and the Dominion Unwefora ranUnue to be
    College where he look ins m a * "louts xi legal lender m paymei
    under Canon Wlppell until 1D32 '' saw lol of the West Indies inn. utiIi! or unless they ......|e
    Ho joined the stair of the Cati.e- u m m England and wltneaaed monatlsed whan payment of th<
    dial on April 1, 1M6. od '....."* ma' ba i Lnmrd fron
    Dean lunuewood was made a u 'he Hnti-h Caribbean Currenea
    ococon in 1932 ami ralaad to the Red about tha Waal \ Alt' B- II i onl]
    In the roUowlng year d incea <.f winning in Au _
    liraU Of St. ClOOngB'l hi lid thai they were very good
    Cathedral. St \iiuent In If."*' '' ballevad thay would come
    m it. Di vn-
    KEV HAZLEWOOD fright) V
    Miclwiol and llenn of thr Patkail
    ship Bishop Maiulrvillp
    Rev. G.V.E. Hazlewood
    Appointed New Dean
    Mval Expected
    Over Week-end
    -

    I Arabia lo call
    rli
    fiances, he was then undergoing plaining alxnit
    1 VA"'i oflim"*!imt- Many stalls In th
    While the^ people must be pro- ^-i wan empty
    afternoon. Qrocatlea an g>
    uood 1' .

    lie Wl I
    curate t.. tun
    * Kail., i A W. is now

    Foi
    top ludglng
    England
    tliel
    Hospitul I'uHirti
    Reduce fees
    "Barbara" Takes
    CaifgoOl Scrap Iron
    Dr. Anthony Gale said that on as he pleaded guilty of the offence. ed meal I
    May 30, 1951, he saw Ruby Pullce Constable Howard keep- Mr. William Patterson .- lb I n." he ._.
    Richards at tlie Hospital early in Pr 0f the criminal recordstold firm Of MaaWl J. N. Coddaid & In January, 1034 he wa- sent tO D, d.1Vio s Old)..... the
    the morning. She had a loeera- the Court that the accused had Sons, said -After the arrival <) Bt, Luna i appointed Me.li,
    tion lo the right ear. He dressed no previous convictions for wound- the Arabia than will be .....- and St. Paul. Vleuxfort an I leiioci of the Hail.......>
    the wound and gave her an injec- ing, but there weie prvvious con- meat shortages UUl ye.n An- Christ Church, R-nifnere er.d Hoaplta]
    While in si. Ian i.! during tin- noembon of aha
    t war, when the American:: ., theu meeting yesterday

    dlj
    ..f ti-
    lling
    the Steii
    . .In
    I94R
    PA. Playing Field
    Getting -New Pitch
    tion. The wound could have been vletlons for larceny. other shipment of meat
    Inflicted by a piece of wood. Before sentencing Thompson, peeled, on August 18
    Before Mr. E. W. Harrow ad- Hia Lordship told him that ho another boat load will I
    dressed the Jury, the Jury visited hud pleaded guilty to a serious October."
    the place where the offence was offence that of wounding a He Bald that Austl
    alleged to have taken place. police officer. He had taken into Barbados UppUed wltl
    Mr. Harrow told the Jury that ion side ration what his counsel had The? have tried to |<
    hey could convict the ac- said, but apparently hi- racoi I from i* i i oui i
    cunod on burglary, thev would was not so good and while it may Whenever thi re
    have to be satisfied "that he I-' thai his mentality ii low, Bt shipment or meal
    was the person who entered the same lime people must L^ '"'
    Richards' shop. Vernese Rlehardi piotoctad from his kind wtpertaoood.
    and her daughter Ruby did not Samuel Grant, a 40-year-old
    see the perton who thev said at- ?huuffcur was sentenced to 1H n,M..... ",,M ll"'
    tacked them There was no iden- monlhs' impriaonment for TI
    and the reused was not seen, malicious damage to property Who Were fortunatl to gW
    -net! by Alatophc HilUUOn. His Were very ran
    Lordship further ordered that <->iio woman who triad to pur-
    durlng his term ol imprisonment chus" a pound of bO) I
    he be placed under medical wiper- t>> the butcher: "You will have
    Attacker Ivcapes vision, probation Officer H. Wai- !*.tska *ialf pound of pork and
    The alUckrr. It was alleaed. co ...,, thilI Grant |1U(l ., ,.,,. half pound beef.' Sh.- had t..
    left a piece of wood behind v.1(.,|(,n ,,,, wounding. '"^r. """ 2f| ,
    and midr good hU etrapc
    through th^ door. The. would Throwing Acid ,' v\','?
    have to k *.....1 whether Aflc| i^mfsamuc I ;,,>. ^. "J P"' J
    the accused opened a window IIls Lordahip the Chief Just.cc JJEi J"u til
    and went In or whether he was g>- an f.
    InviU-d into the
    wu no evidence
    eused lilt Ruby nienara* wiui ung ol tne iwun m urana BMB- ,
    the piece or wood. sions it had been evident that tha ,,(.,
    Thay would alap have to aatjafy Ujtowlng of corrosive acid on hV. ight but
    themselves that the people is rife, particularly by ni(, Ul .., i.f| p^
    broken into Ihe shop and house women, and lately they were more vnt ,\ir,x hsn .,. irsvelUni
    and that he had dene M with the rep<.rts. along tni tried. Thi
    intention erf Committing a felony. He said it seemed to hun that ,..... ; | ,
    There wa* "Bel a loch people who have in their posses- mi. Advacafa. i
    I doubt as m v-hethcr sion sulphuric acid ; ,.,,, thr. ,\>lnK ,. ,, an. ing over the wire. Cars -

    Barbara hoi and
    i irl ie Baj wll I
    ol -a i|i In.....mi steel lot BalU-
    :. The "'in was ihlpped bj
    li S. Kehela of Trinidad.
    Bawaan roatad aterfroi I
    Hoapltal Board history tn Ihe
    Imnight OUl
    in SI. Lu when the American (nought 001 schooners pi fill
    butli an i i the parish, Di ii a. Cummins, Chat.......i hatches with boi........n Dui
    " '"' '' Chap! on lo tl-e the i - .i I ml (hat in (jiat time 'he waterfTOnl hud one
    American Army between 194:i i. ... bad COffli as then ntW 0| lK |M..lk ,.,....., ,, ,
    wan in Carlisle Baj and Ihe need
    r Deep w..tii ii.,
    rait,
    bant lold Uv Wee* it
    i Bupermtendant
    from what he was made b) un-
    demtand. ha i rabla as-
    i ariance admlnla
    t: |tOI Bt V.'l ! i '
    i ai Bid ii'- 4octorlM 1*-l(*"|ey- *<
    .ii
    i In mediately
    ant
    oul

    iai the Superlnb
    tha waisc Harbour li
    wiaid and bring the admlnlatra- ""' corurtructad In two ri
    i.<.....f the llailiados laneral BarbadOl will lind thai
    tity i
    The stories given by tb
    witnesses were nut coaslatant i
    the facts, he said.
    up to data
    ii um plan
    to lhis_Board,
    lad to tu
    ' willing
    Alum Collymore in comment-
    i at am
    place. There lntf about the throwing of corro- T| ApaW , ,,, hrmB hind the
    that thr ac- ,IVC. add sald that during the sit- J ,, ,, ,-^oh, M
    Hlchards with ,ig f the Court of Grand Sea- " _f .,., ,.....

    The cricket field at the P
    Alice Playing Field .hi taking
    Bhape f\ni
    bull) up I
    i, ,
    perat with -hi."
    1 'v> rollei and af- Ml p. Sl.. .
    ling I with two hand (lln,.,.1( lUl ,,. ,hilll
    I'added lhat he hoped
    '
    is beat an I
    1 ., thi
    o 1'it.n day bi
    they go through tha market an Di Oktaon thuuii
    from behind the wall it tot theli kind remarks Bl
    u give of hli I '
    Peso Kedured
    flu Roard dealt with
    i there ire* u, ^ eharged la taw
    left one
    the accused broke and entered the for" arc not eaaarcUttog proper If the a.
    lacr control and care in keeping it out ,
    Mr Wooc in hli drtre tr. the ' ,nc hands of P**'le who "** >> travelling north ,
    i ,.s loM tL Vh it Thieve- don't lt for unlawful purposes.
    J !L^ al ?, vTl Imme-Uate measures ihOuld be boeU still I IhrOUgh-
    commll ontno. m ^V'1 Wlaj- takcn to aec tnal ,how- U11ngen,us out the I
    He suggested to them tha. He, : (, m. ,.i>|(1 |(1 |>Mi;i,n. (im. h.m (
    was somebody in the house and on Uo, an the evidence that per ,,, ,m. hllWtt, 0( ,wo,,lc who an made the season a
    there invited by Vernose Richards t cnu,|cd to possess it. one."
    The things that a thief would do.
    a reasonable man would not think a '['if I i > I I'^t^i T
    Of doing. Buby heard something j\ / /| //>( / f'j---------ll\ I
    in the house and she shouted
    murder' and then received a l regard it as a duty that I was innately kind, and
    l,low. should pay humble tribute to my that kin attribute to
    A hat was found in Vernese friend and brother, Mr. E. A. Cod Himself.
    Richards* house the next morning Maynard. late Official Reporter Of
    after the offence, and some said the House of Assembly Ous. How many people know at
    as h,. was known to all. Whal
    When I quitted this country m the needful in eVtT] : pa I *
    1019. it was GUB, unknown to me iv.
    rhe Held
    . wen able t<> I
    I
    At present only one lawn ten

    ad Tlw
    that they aat* Ihe BCCO
    mg the same hat for BOnM time
    In the scuffle in the house the h-M
    had fallen from the attacker's
    head and he escaped leaving it
    there.
    Three Steamers Leave
    Congestion Relieved
    Three steamships whic-i s
    out of Carlisle Bay on Tuesday
    evening relieved the '
    Thev were Prcwpeetor. Strained
    i anadlan Challenger.
    Both Slntegast and Prospector wu greater than hi;
    look sugar to the U K .strAteaUt
    was loaded with 4.400 tend and
    Protpeetor wiin 1.550.
    then, who rilled the breach, and giving then ...
    ,.tily did h,. 1)11 it. Gllfl was eX- II:
    ii*. io In, pi life's sten
    sion and the beautilul thing about battle, to Bee
    him was that he was ale
    willing lean to add to his
    already vast store of teowle handlworg
    pnd espeiience culled from . bear fruit:
    ' wide field. Gus was frank too frank
    and might I i
    Apart from his inborn dignil
    and his spirit of leSBSiaderte, II rery tolerant ei
    iatUfled that his brothers M nobility
    own. Ous bo
    would frankly bare hi
    whatcv'T it contained, and ssay: occasion* Whatever he may hav
    uraalf, u's youra." Ih thought
    rluun drpartmriiLi of the h
    >IUI and ledeaei them as a
    result of lr. llallliian'H Reinirl
    Thme fees now kSTC l. Im
    apprnved b> Ihr (.mrrinir-in
    Baseattva ( ununtee after
    wlilrh they will be released for
    puhln jtlon.
    ,. ,m.
    Hoapltal
    1 a 37 a
    the fen. ad peered Adtvei *t<
    removal of I
    i. .-.itniK it dowi asld it was not trw thai hi h
    i the Qoverni anl w$ h
    //. HlH.h
    th;.i he knew the qui tion |
    had nothing but Wgh praW . ,., ,,.
    . ,.. I .
    long tin but
    The s!'.- at Walerford which
    condernned by the then
    In- had reported that
    I : )' 1" till'
    might pollute the water
    i.niv be able to ship
    amount "i u "
    He added i have
    Idveeafe/B I ie to-day t
    u d i.\ie have im
    im of Urtlr plan i^
    in bulk from the Wi -
    the U.K. They p] in m
    ... i. i hi| t hipping bt In I
    1
    I
    I...it Uppll ! I
    we will have to take in,
    from the wharf to tha
    tin
    M. the Into th*
    This i pn
    as shipping in hulk '
    hf
    .el
    Firal J fan LkWfjer '
    To V||it'ar lat'fttrf
    IVnx r.tunuil
    N W M lag k i
    i
    rom tnnt isi tn..
    fan ti

    Mh. li l.e ..

    la won Im
    l>.Y\. Mag Dav
    Tomorrovt
    ion will I in aopciV-.
    M ihe pu the A- ^Bx
    . nelp iln- ^b\

    tors are

    as their reason foe rei
    that many people ar*>
    r II and do not
    ei k j _.

    !"*' *-! add not
    1
    \
    mnpan b-oughi
    he local d

    Asjiwia-
    .
    - irda -\ a Ifare and
    Karsol FSind and total
    p i Hub one from the
    a.t lo the COUI i Of A; I
    I
    necessities re-
    -
    Mi N w Manlej K r u
    \
    ...
    i plcadiio- i ,. ,
    _//// I OMMt MS IS
    \i;ittsuit i\ iii u;\ki\
    \
    rhe Pritrj Couneu, on Iferch
    i'.it the word

    a|
    n <*.ted m
    roduct
    iv; rded to the vtck Companj .\. i I* P.
    ich. ricirL
    REDUCTION
    OF
    KLIM
    5 lb Tin NOW________S..5Ml
    lib Tin NOW_______$1.35
    a.
    INS

    ST ON
    PURINA CHOWS
    THEY ARE THE BEST
    H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents
    SICK
    HWIM
    f.
    I
    i-iit in
    recalling. When apprised of Uw
    beaten
    a : ice
    had et his heart, with
    he spontaneously told his would-
    hem |. consoler iho I
    hel|M-d him: "You did what was
    right in appointing the other mi
    Mans Touches
    Bottom
    Up Maaa too. i
    torn while anchored In Carii U
    i ti.
    lbs tup wa, carried oti i
    hallow by the ourrenl Although
    'hi ship WH flOt ii
    bun ped on the aha
    cut Water Boa-
    lord t iidw-rmerr went out to it-
    It pulled the U i
    tie Mas. olT the
    HtbisjIb Id 'h .t tl a
    bumping i i low Uda.
    . the 31*4-
    ! |. iiled reeteird
    : Inidad
    on arrival hsn aha uruoadsd
    g< nerul cargo, potatoes and onion-
    from Madeira.

    ORDER THESE F.ARLY
    at- IVaaaf Batll
    at>Waaar ettlea
    lea i aaa
    I naniel limn In I UM
    Raaasaf ei-Paav
    peafthtg cups
    I iiem.t iinrs
    Kidlir. II she.
    Miiiuiftfs. ate,
    Ohue *.....i w<
    axioms nun. sromes
    .'.'.'S,::*.*.'.*.*-'.'.'.'-'-'''.'."'^-
    :'.'.','.: .-.:'.'.'. *.:*.'.: S-'.'.'.'SS.'.'S.
    the Bella PumpinK
    I &tale ha,| then liwr.
    considered for th pui

    but I had to llcht.'* Gus eould
    * the buAn b r fart
    In this world everythlna de-
    pends on how wp view things.
    .n a
    ffc hotel that the n.an exoenaa (;overnmenl was a war*
    next door was driving her mad Of the ui ondltloni
    iai banging on ihe ,t -
    piano, was the first to Ro outslaV
    ..] call i ,0 n0w movinr
    ".at the banger wag none actively In the n
    path n kl
    You'll turn your family
    into angels, too!
    .; a M
    I- '

    from n *
    Bran
    O- r-li "...
    laaatsi "'
    i .,. fk |
    .Ih. V
    .k-p ...I..1..K imi i --er^'^^^;
    -*...........fffjft>g\
    %&
    \\ illitlraus Caw
    Port St
    I
    claiming 50 dai
    -




    the money
    vices and
    ridered to How-
    IB
    "Qi'A ihs Jim&hinq
    Jouch that founts "
    Tall in ;tnd See Our
    DRESS FINISHINGS
    Ofganriy,
    l!r Silk Till
    Ani;liiisr :.lnl
    LACE (OI.i.aks JABOTS a. BOWS
    in RONS Miiniiv. Amiilmnl for
    i M-nii i| aad I).' "...i mil* mi Cohnreil
    in I'l.isiii ...id Qlaa
    CAVE SHEPIIERI)
    ami CO., 111".
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    HAK1S V1MJS ADVOCATE
    Tlll'HSOAV. AUGUST 1. 1MI
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    BY CARL ANDERSON
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    BY WALT DISNEY
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    LARGE
    USER
    OR A
    .V.W//'.V.W///'M*'-',
    FOR...
    SMALL USER
    YOU DESIRE THE
    BEST TEA SO USE
    RED ROSE TEA
    IT IS GOOD TEA.
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    JORDERS
    TO
    ADVOCATE
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    infortnaiion boirt in rmWcn
    I.Und. M '-
    i-i wits IN TUl ftl'N SimtUr
    to the abov* Book lull of tut,
    JOHNSON. BTATIONBRX
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    BY FRANK STRIKER
    BRINGING UP FATHER
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    |
    . i vivim in nroNT'
    *v vaL cot
    VE 4iCCU/ K? NOT make
    ttJPPBt WCYU. VS ma jALX*
    IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
    SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi1 customers for Thursday to Saturday only
    Usually Now Usially NOW
    Pkgs. Jersey Cream Biscuits 47 10 Tins Grapes 28 22
    Tins S.A. Pineapple Jam (21b) 66 M Bot. Frontenac Beer 26 20
    Bottles Green Seal Rum (Qts) 108 M Bot. Davis Stout 28 22
    D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
    20VRIL &k
    yiar
    ns;s
    giodMM of
    real BEEF
    ham the vulue fHovnl. It*
    I
    . makes trad
    ..... I
    PUTS BEEF INTO YOU
    mart euf'"ess
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    TIURSDAY, AUGUST I. MM
    BAKU Mills \li\m \ I |
    PAGl -i\in
    CLASSIFIED ADS. Questions In Parliunwnl
    TtLVHOMI 1IM
    Tit* chare* tor I
    Births. Mariiafta. I
    cimu.ii and In M,
    nnouneementa of
    KaUia. Ackrewi-
    r.oriim nottcrt a
    I |1 SB on Surda*-
    .C. I* I* W. m
    i rat-dtn >mI
    S ind*) (or each
    r or tniiinwr'
    F0H HE.\T
    I iwli pr word
    cent* P*r word a.
    dditiona. wnrd.
    Por Birth.. Marru
    .. .. ,n emu c.aii* tn*
    . I.arg* i. WOO for any nwi*M Of ord<
    up 10 H and eenia pn word lor ooon
    additional word. Trnr. caan Phono M4t
    I---*. IJb and 4 p.ir. 311) lor Daotb
    Nellrtt Mil *l" **
    THANKS
    HOJ < I Mr io >hank all ihoar oho
    nt -reathv rank or in other w...
    d IhOIr lympoth in my re-
    i-ont bereovei-phi tnrowte th* death
    f n>> .later \lal*-l K-
    !iil-|i,
    IN MF.MOKI \M
    *r*l. In IMIU M
    ved ,tr Aid r
    II* 2nd AUfMM II
    HOUSES
    mnoM
    unit ntH I -
    tings pnr p-ilifu-
    31 M In
    chan-dos 2**a a%* iwu;i. r :.
    I.ONDuN. July 26
    PFTFR SMITIIEKS
    the SecreUi; **jaa whether he in ;twm t
    thai sugar producers in the West Indies are unable t<>
    obtain sufficient supplies of ]uto In which lo ua# the tort
    coming sugar crop; and whet tier he will make repn
    tions to ihe appropriate authorities to assist them in th s
    matter.
    Mr Jajnag (ninths reph
    "Production of the jute goods ...
    India, the normal Mturre ol supply
    for British Colonial terr lories,
    t
    U.S. ATOM
    PRODI CTI01S
    LEAFS AHEAD
    r I -
    Llabla lot AugUat. Dud .,
    ISSl3n
    M'C CORNER Palr-i Beach.
    it. if Comfortable Seaside B.ir>
    all Modem CnwM.n- At'lUM*
    Aufuol Applv C B ryiiH*
    Hi St PSon* SoSl or SBS*
    31 7 Man
    rr In b* reninb*ied l Stanlev
    lv. iHuabandi. In* Bealv -aidino Cooding 'Mother' and family
    I M in
    * 1VI1 II
    vmLm v :i..i..'. st j," .
    ....fi.-labie Seaald* BuKialow. all
    i.udern com mii*iu Avuiidb.r from
    M September App>> C E Clark*, f
    it. an SI Phone M3I or lost
    31 T 11 3r.
    FOR SALE
    AUTOMOTIVE
    cent* doin
    d. 3 (-*> a
    N ,.n nmdavi.
    HELP
    iMHrbUTin
    iintrsrxfXFrR with GueM lit-.**.. Rrfrien.n.
    Applv Ilo< XX ..i AdMV
    DSBt,
    MISCELLANEOUS
    MOVIE m.M PROJECTOR: On* .1
    IS m m Moil* Film Projector wiihou
    toiind phon* am i a n-ti
    I'lJVV FTS. 40 i
    ,l\\OI Ml.fllMS
    IIOUUAV KKNOHTS Clrn.da I.I* l
    Bplco* SANTA M.,rflA -h.IWmM hotrl
    In Caribbean. Nat** from IT 00 per Mad
    per dav UltAND HuTn. in b*M mi-
    dmlial dirtrlcl undar Cov*rnmi.l Houat
    CAR U"r .], iliandard Scdai
    I " in food condition, now
    * ilry A barfatn at th* flurc aaknl
    A(*lv Tteon*. (.*. Brlfhl.
    prvtciit ir.advtuie !r mtet
    WOrtd dfmands. Although alloca-
    na announced for the second
    half of 1931 ar*> an improvement
    OH allocation* for the last
    months. I am aware th..1 'h*v ....
    Mill insufficient lo meat require*
    mints of tome Colonial :.
    including- the Went Ind..
    | ..-.-.
    I can usefully take to
    Ifl seem. p| at-. '
    TRADE CONSULTATION?

    tive, Winch*-,.v( i **(,,
    ' State fur ti., |
    Whal action he is taking, in ...
    pcaaarj nj um
    fii ni.1,1-. ol i
    o( the BntiMi iiiipin uhtch calls
    lor imi.rovod methods of consulta-
    tion A,th Ooh
    UM MKoiiation of trade agree-
    r.cnU which may Brhd
    Mr. JiimM QrURthi p ,
    i that Uu' ..n.ingeinenU
    ad wiilch already exist rh
    KA1SBH it*>. BU m
    Mli miloa enlv Aboolui
    T...iO UUI '-1 74
    < AHS On* Vaui...
    ftrd On* m SlUd*b-ktr TWoi
    I Vauthall Vcloa.
  • V...hi* Pi)Mt Bai Si Jam**
    CAP M O Sport* !tM T D Mod*!
    RSwaaMU running mndllloii-and how II
    -> run: Twn-mld. h .icpai aVtn front
    M .
    Bi*fi.|l,on on "Ut*h matt-
    United Kingdom nnd the govern-
    ntanii of o>toual u-m-
    patMactory. it ii t.>r Colonial
    government- Ihoni
    \hat consultalion with
    etal rntoroati artthln tl
    territories is necessary
    QJ trie gtveriunents of Colonial
    territories particularly uonccrncu
    for their reprcsvn.iilives to be
    associated with the United King-
    dom negotiating leam would al-
    .perd^r^^^r"Tu,^No,wa>s te '*vourahb eonsldand."
    Mr
    one -*u-..u*d im; ch.Moi.1 Car <
    good ... now Apply to DArry A Stntt
    Mra. ELECTRICAL
    PHH-CO KCrHICBRATOR t>, cubic
    it Full width Irooiine chamber Brand
    raw unll ftocondltionod llirounhotit
    may b* inspocttd ol L*o Yard. Cr*ap-
    Apply H L hnitl,. Sandf.
    Bernard Braine (Conserva-
    live. Billericay) asked the Secre-
    lary or SUte for the Colonies it
    he will now state what Hep* h,
    has taken to discuss with the vari-
    ous Governments concerned in the
    reforming of the West Indies Re-
    giment .
    The Under Secretary of State to teach Inn Uu>
    for the Colonies, Mr. T. T. Cook, pantomime
    h' Thrv* Secrets
    Qf Charlie Chaplin
    < J r. m Mallilif-n. M.P i
    Tmirn
    nd reel of Char...- Cbapltri
    The Cist ,rfl had
    '.'i* k and I
    ip with it until
    "' ithei inne nor the talk*
    ! then found.-had aflV.
    ll Ol (iiailie
    loiw"
    fl< Great DteUtOT," in spit.
    ' the effort* o( wmie critics, to
    i ake Charlie seem highhi.>w.
    1 ( all
    m an and bU **. twi aboui
    l m ac I du and become .
    hilc the.v witch bun.
    The full secret of i %
    ehamment nuj ntit yet I* known,
    but some pjrt of it iv i- ,, ..
    iHt: nrTLr: PTOaLOW trisai
    Kleh, Ii*.). I Ptti
    MOtUwi
    a wo tana
    brought up on tho xlreets of I-.n-
    I
    > rofUM Fci :
    Dtber I
    conftnad in ma Hanwell institu-
    tion. Wh. was well
    'iiougn U) a, one of
    hit jobs was to canv the stop.
    >e IlighU of stairs.
    The Mlwii
    I H.\;:uK apsj Um bottom dog.
    knew t ' ii responslbiht>. the mii-
    orv and the 'prg'ftl <>f :'ie bottom
    dog. bet throughout his expenene-
    < he deepened his natural sensl-
    lle a able lo express to the
    wi i I.I what his M i .
    in because of throa i
    i mi'- has -
    self a music-hall artist, was able
    bosir art
    Philip.
    II sl-i
    : I". I
    FITKNITI RE
    SEASIDE INN-On Gland Anot BathlnC
    Beach Rat** from 14 00 p*r hood por
    day. gnq ilrl* to D M Slin(*r. Orrnada.
    MIS SItin.
    IIH 4 YIIOV \l
    MODERN' HIGH SCHOOL
    iRrtMrird and Aparavfd by D*rl of
    M*Mta]
    Th*r* hav* boon tavaral hundrrd ap-
    pllrant- lor th* School V*ar ISM. com-
    moncins 2nd Soptornbor Ml. all ol whom
    w* cannot accommodai*. Thli n*c*>ni-
    tat*i (*varal ontranc* aiamtnalloni
    Th* flmt will bo h*ld on Friday. 3rd
    Aticuat. I Ml. ai 10 am Thoao who havo
    olrradv been llocal*d to Iho aocond on-
    irance cam nn AiiiuK 31rt mu-t nol
    prant Ihrmu-lvn on tho 3rd.
    RaamlnaUon In- nw
    L. A. LYNCH.
    Principal.
    MSI 3n
    LOOT A I OiTVil
    LOST
    SWIHNTAKE TiCKKT One
    Stake Tlfk-t. In th* ar*. of Tw
    Road on Saturday Sth M*rl*i XX
    Ml> Owner- n>brrt T.tltt Blackinnn'.
    - -T... ;l IIS! in
    MAIL NOTICES
    m* ?nd
    Mail- f..r nnininlra bv tl
    Nwclren will bo clo.*U at
    i ,i.
    Pair*l Mall al I p m.
    A<> mil. ISM
    r*atrr*d Mai) at 3 p.m
    AuKini. IUI
    Ordinary Mall at 130 p n
    Aumi-i. l:.l.
    Mail- for St. Vincent and Trinidad bv
    Hi* let. Kniiibow M will bo cl*d al
    Ii.- Ci'iirml Po1 OOlc* a* undci.
    Parcel Mall al II noon on tho Ind
    IBM
    itca-i-tcinl Stall ai 1 p m on Ind
    A-igiift. 1S9I
    Ordinarv Mail at I m p m. Ml !>* ?il
    aiasaaL l*l
    ^
    Io-days G. A. Sonjj
    "I want to be hapar "
    "but I can't be happy
    . 'till I have a Gas Cooker
    tool
    . Hubby take note !
    A. A.
    RACES
    Members' Car Pork
    Garrison Parade
    Square

    Free Taxi Service
    to and from
    Grandstand

    B.A.A. Patrolman
    in charge
    E- A. WAV
    Han. Serretar
    Tresa-iirer.
    UIT1CE CHA1MS Jutl rrcolvod a
    ahipoiont of OrBco Poaiuro Chairs with
    th'*c point adluatmont Sro thorn Iciday
    a. T Goddot Grant Ltd or Dial 4443
    ) m r ii
    LIVESTOCK
    U-T Ono wall b.*d Hrlfor. four
    k- Apply Mra Lodilry. Batrot
    i Mill, at Goorso II II l.,
    IhTISCELLANEOUS
    liOMIMt.V MABBSLTINO AQBNCT
    Carrot, lot por tb. Tomatow Me A
    > per th Froth Lrituc* and large
    P" S I II -In
    RFCORDS: CharUo Kmu. Hint, Bwwh|
    and wo will order for roi U w*
    I fol II in ttork A. Ramr* m .
    M Bl-t I n
    TROI'ICAI. FtRH: Bum***
    dm, Oood Conununltv run. j
    luii.d ond Giant Danlo' Archi
    lion* M4H
    PClN.lt WALES
    i ceor* j'** auata liii
    I Cfl -ll.lw.
    REAL ESTATE
    Fil H IiINd HITS-Sttu >l*d
    Ii Ch TO It IronUf* I'
    M..d*ni Hou<*> i
    and. >.nubi- I.
    I A ltroolx
    .;..!
    I'- .,
    ..M> AT BT.
    i..- bulking ail*i.
    l K II ll. iLlr.
    iahiuici; auiUbl*
    i..i i.n.L im mm
    i-.rpn >- I31 or 4011
    IllSI-tf.n.
    REAL ESTATE ON EASV
    TERMS
    Chattel hen.* *Hh ih
    replied *! am unable at present
    to add lo what I said on the nib-
    Met during Ihe debate on the West
    Indies on 11th July.*'
    Mr. Braine 'Since the revival
    of this regiment, which served
    with great distinction in the past,
    will be generally approved of in
    the West Indies and will make a
    substantial contribution to Com-
    monwealth defence, can Mm l.'i.-
    tier -Secretary tell us what are the
    reasons for the continued delay ir
    getting a decision in this matler'"
    Mr. Cook: "Because local gov-
    ernments have to be consulted in
    the matter."
    Accommodation
    For W'.l. Students
    LONDON:
    Mr. G. P. Stevens (Conserva-
    tive, PurtsniouUi) asked the Sec-
    retary of. State for tho Colonies ,
    what is Iho total number of v'
    colonial students tor whom hostel I
    iccommodutioti in London "ill DO,I
    ultimately, provided by tfag Hut!
    iBfl Council whether lhis accom-f
    modation i* to be permanent or
    lor transit purposes; -ind what
    steps are beinn taken to provide
    this acx'om mods lion.
    The Under-Secretury of State
    for the Colonies. Mr T K Cook,
    replied: "Tho presen'
    nodatton In London is tor 167
    men and 33 women. T:
    ha incroaaad t" it and
    tively during the autumn. My
    right hon Friend Is vivlng urgent
    niiisuiii.-'h.n fie pcxsibilitv of
    further increaslnR the .vail it!"
    accommiMlation so as to pnvldf
    for an addJUooal numljcr of stu-
    dents inlranslt or on vacation
    Meanwhile, nn emergent hostel is being brought Int
    lion from August to October.
    1651."
    Second, he came i.i.
    munag-mrnl of Fi.il Karno arho
    Rlwayi wmit to fundamental
    humour for !ii> laughs
    Third, he had the luck to be
    touring America when Mack
    Sennett was looking for come-
    diins capable of exploiting just
    III DIE ftfmi
    It's Odd
    The book contains many odd
    fact/, about Charlie's life that
    Ins first appearance in a l\lm was
    on I newsreel as part of a crowd
    mtcJUni a Jersey carniv.il. that
    ho once said to Karno, "I can't
    ee mygalf trying to be tUn&) in
    front of a camera not up my
    rtraet at all."
    Then ll much, too, about his
    private life, his moodiness. his
    political apjnloni but what ap-
    paalad most of all to ma
    memories revived hy the "stills"
    and descriptions of his earlier
    Olmr. They brought back some
    iwn happiest time
    OKI
    .1 Bra
    d, ii
    .-ii ^rupoii* at MaSssa*. i*
    D*(ku JoiKi'* and tho bal
    .m.>.
    ithar panrruiar* >|iM> to n Arc>
    AUCTION
    UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
    Mart. Bftcphcrd
    Auiuit Ind. a aua
    uitablo for pain
    on Thuraday
    I LJxquor J'.iiii.
    _ Mm and Duaoa
    i M aallon and I pint
    Pap*-.. _
    lh-l.l. Aluminium Pola. Pan.. KctUc.
    CHinib.li Allumi-
    ioh*n. Sarulpop*..
    Emery Aibcilcnito. xu'abl* for ractoi>
    n.kln* >otnt. "B.-. t^ib.U-tlni Oil
    Window Olaaa panca IS liu by II in.,
    and many othei IWmt.
    Sale ii I pi" Torini rA*H
    V1NCBNT OBirriTH.
    i .ctium
    III -4i
    Cricket Result*
    LONDON. August I
    Scores In English OOUnl
    games today were jis follows'
    Essex ra, Sussex ..! S
    Essex 114.
    Glamorgan v.-. M d
    Swansea.
    Middlesex 277.
    Lancashire vs. Gloucestershire
    :tt Blackpool.
    Lancashire 279: Gloucestershire
    87 for 2
    U < ''-rshire vs. Warwickshire.
    t ii-. steishire 349 lor 7.
    N< rthampl i thin \ Wi kh -
    l< Northampton
    Northamptonshire 59 for 3;
    Worcestershire 230
    Nottinghamshire vs Kent
    Nottingham.
    Kent 425 for .
    Yorkshire vs. Derbyshire
    1! H ifijle
    Dcrbyshne ISO
    Scores in the match
    South Africa and Somerset
    Taunton:
    South Africans 235;
    Somerset 152 for 5 .
    Afler The Itomh
    LATE FINAL, Ulnl Olbba1
    imaginative novel .ilxml lb it.iir.
    aflit Um i'i.'iI world wu iJ m
    <> rJifforent a/ay, aiioi.t bottom dogs.
    It opens with bie;.k and
    i | Ul a concen-
    mp within the Aral
    mil ltwo. whoat inmatoa
    in i< fond Uv la
    im 111 channa in dolly routino*
    1*0] DM if them lining.- eome~
    suddanly. Alter ten years With-
    Of UM
    nir.irhuted into his BBtl
    land to find that the i
    lias boan vlrtuaU) wipod oul In
    the atomic war.
    The rw survivors live in Iso-
    i ; .j. nitlkMii Lb and
    ,.'
    Tin-, dan i
    and the whoh
    -baipb- writton Hut the nul. In
    ( .. U s rcra
    ing the waato land, pick Up tlie
    in iii the
    the C U*oUe Church, U

    I .nn dun i:spres Service.
    WAS]
    <-n.-annual ropnn to "
    a l&l p;ij

    the first half q|

    : anas and

    Ting for
    "Additional full BTOia tetu" of
    it weapon* In the Nevada
    i- ert an<\ at Enlv
    he Pacit'.- uott gave
    no hint whether


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    "
    en.tuns spaed
    unattainable I'.P.
    Two Men Uaen
    Idtled r I .&
    Mt nluuii Fleet
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    i nurd laaasa.
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    DUMP $200,000 WORTH
    OF BEER
    Port ralbol I v.
    aad i ind In Um
    at against Au
    Bninu..1 i
    plain in the three
    i ta, is droppod. A
    I up
    This
    KANSAS CITY. Aug. I

    '.. tin
    .. .
    U I
    n Pabat Bnswina
    MM mterest. if
    Sii ity, according to l
    ,ii !'. i
    the cbaaco '
    poai quality ben roach eon-
    rhe baaj .ii
    les .ind cans had
    .' tlotKi u.itert
    Replacement of tiu
    L.P.
    RATES OF EXCHANGE
    r.-.v-5w^;cK;v,;v,-.;v.r.-.-,,'
    REAI ESTATE \<-l M
    The team. macM up ol

    i
    Norman, who in ninth u.
    I i WiUlama j Woml
    Tommy Mllic,- (White tit>. Olaa-
    Ibmi Bin
    i Hikx (Bradfoi
    v.
    n k Cl N< aatlei Re-
    Bi
    |{.- llOontfOrd Uiiiningham).
    New Radio-Telephone
    Station Opens In i.W.I.
    LONDON. July 2H
    p t< -short i
    phone services in the Wi
    i lo and '-' i
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    nation .it Klnfatort j........ uu
    oompan) unci I
    . i i ;
    -..
    - I U) 13 D.D
    (Oh*T)
    it i r
    <*,;'.;:
    AI'CTIO\EER
    l\\\ rii V 111 .mi
    E.V.A.
    will be pUaafd to iniwer ;ill enquiries
    .ii in-
    loOWKR BAY stki.h I'lK'M
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    JOII.X M. IBI.AIMrA A Ca.
    AKS. P V A
    FOB
    REAL ESTATE
    AM)
    \MTI\ SALES
    I'lu.iir 1440 ri.ini.ih,,!,.- BdWai
    ARGENTINA IS NOT SO
    KEEN ON $ EXPORTS
    NEW YOHK, Aug. 1.
    The Journal of Come* |

    Argentina "appears to be relaxing
    It-: polkj al I
    i.i- dollai i
    that they will attempt '.
    country's exportable surpluses to
    be highest bidder and put loji
    emphasis on sales for which pay-
    ment Is seeiin'i n freel]
    - is rooted in two
    i surplus on trade witll thai
    ''ondly: a weaken im: In
    demand (oi urgent
    n_ ii expo 'i'
    Ton emit po oooio lino on icoak-dnii,
    and II cowla p" opoto Uao on Sunil .ui
    ntaSmam cha*o* II St oa toaa-M-dovt
    and USD on Somdapi.
    DLSSOLtTION OF
    PARTNERSHIP
    NOTtCi: IS HCRKBY GIVE* that Iho
    partnorahtp h*r*tofor* raiding between
    BOMBOn BT Cl^lR hunti:. oboroe
    lA*'rUCNCE rARSOER and EDWARD
    BVTb TAYIR ..rrT.ru on builn***
    * Trafilgar Street. Bridtolown under
    tho at>lo or arm um of THE tNTXH-
    PRin TRADING CO haa thli day boon
    dl'oslvod wiaof" ihe said Oeoree
    licr*bv lettioa from the aid Prtr>*rhip
    Dat*d in* **h da> of July ISSI
    S BT tXAIR HUNTE.
    G 1. fAR.vrn
    r-rfll. TAYLOR
    SE HABLA ESPANOL
    ORIENTAL
    CUBIOJ, SOUVENIRS, AN-
    TIQUES. IVORY izwr.is,
    SIIJCS Etc.
    IIIXMS
    polki: \oi it i
    HAVE YOl' HI XI Ullt
    YOl'R
    DRIVING LICENSE
    i NOT. PLEASE Mi SO
    WITHOI'T BELAY
    ASK POR TODAYS LIST ol Ideal Beeiej and
    Shi re. In Ii li-pliniie or nuill The lists are
    nciiI tree ol an> nbliKiilimi |(> those having
    lilinnulnnil mOfsej for im f-tnii ill.
    Hut nn; ami Selling tlrders l*rnniptl> Executed
    in all world in.trkels :
    London New York. Mnntie ,1. .|(
    a. >i. w i: ii it
    Pin M : flH SI... kl.rck. r
    M, Itriiad Slrrrl (0*W I'liHin
    llrirf^i-l'.u ii
    Boon aJ
    Phai n i
    FOH SALE
    5 Hundred Empty Drums
    FOR PA1LING USES
    ROBERTS' MANUFACTURING (0.
    RNMENT HILL.
    Truman Cancel* Ttkriff j onrmtuofM

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    Vokt tariff coiicts^ions available
    to them
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    , love II.

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    Pharos II: "

    ,. proving. HoweV" i darted with
    I< iRNING we iv. i wi I be I
    a up gallop for thi The track nn iUmi but was*
    (driei than 1 Ihoughl u Mid having f^hu .^J*M nntahm mai"
    been rolled the day baton it avan . Harrcnveen Outstanding;
    Track Causes Improved Times
    i t
    I i quentlv timea were much fabler all round alihouKi t.> p to
    lallope lik.- rfarroween't stood oui ai vn Riv<
    imPr' four but on I
    irom Mr Ruik-iI leak* thai I am the lime Keepers in \
    Derbycanmdate. BOX
    eked i ackwai peat m ''/*'?
    Stafford Stake which shaken i d vanguaid
    Record Car Is
    Nearly Ready
    AT ABINGDON, BERKS
    to MM <>l the im 1'
    \ T Goldtc Qardnar'a Mi; SmoUI which U
    due Icj hurtle ruuntl the Suit L..- I'S A., next
    month at over two miles a minute,
    card
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    t with
    a

    Did live
    i It nlfna In 106
    hava had much Ihe bet- wfT,,
    tci ..f Iha .'
    ".
    uya on the i'.
    I Bi tan gallop appeared to h t
    I from the :t '
    pressive hown ii.-.
    Watar Bella (Darb) Cai
    | ' live la I M 1/8
    t
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    in. 60-ycar-old
    era and
    attempting to set
    International Class T
    n.ioo-i.soocT) using- a
    V 11 TI> engine, a* fitted
    ... tth ;. sports
    .....-ted with super-
    h to QoMnah ,
    i
    to ratoa lt team Work Da) And Nafta1
    .._ would have been ti
    i igue. i nave been working
    night Of] ihe Installation
    Cl
    .. end of the competition, Tabl In enernUj The Hum
    left to right, siio- cut dawn,


    from the radn

    pllmentai
    Then* are those a I*
    it Is too open and th;tt the Judge
    u ,u bo
    fused by the I
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    with D v.. Went well I
    1.04.
    I anted Slainte
    t; CUtaa (Hall-Pmb)
    pi iyed,
    ii \* p
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    D ' i LCI I
    wfll

    I OP. v-rY strong on the hit i- >Upp
    I in I 241 she must lx- a lai
    m iIm oni I tl '
    on the bit inane ha ' one
    went with Nidi.- of ii c lie Grant
    i
    In. .n 04ft. and
    , la i."... Not allowed
    dcular horses On the lighter aide, muth but live m i 06 is not slow yesterday, are fad like coe
    mere are others who say It i Looked bettei Jewel i.....oner fat one I
    ,1, .f a scaffold and are than staii. companion Paatiing batter than her coi
    I " i ->se hanging Pruiceai with whom 'he worked doing live In 1 OH 4/5.
    near the fudge's head In case the) Should give tha Ba a good run. Mtas rriendal
    dislike his derision. Open or un- Lunwayi obviously a good one i- Qavotteo who did (OUI With her
    rightly, I ''ill think It will be an with peculiar behaviour only on in 53 2 a
    nt on the old box i lye I Itll |
    As ihe method I pay doing five In 1.041 on the
    log ism | classes last Sun- tut
    Mabouya; too much for Creole
    stable companion Worked live
    nn the Insim. no time- taken
    Mi-. Panic live In I 04i Did
    . i I.nt am lo'd
    In. I.

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    he. Apparently '""e reieree will be Mr. r PVwt-
    lar.
    Thi- anernoon

    RetV
    M P P
    Trial Matches
    This Month
    M.C.C. CHOOSi: 14 FOR
    PAKISTAN AND INDIA
    Am lion- Still To Conw
    By PETER DITTON
    Australia and la a pace be.
    tun of speed
    With two more still to be added
    it is not possible t. :jitliest how
    ram will line U]
    : r- mitt possible to
    \l of hi^h-qiiality from
    the 14 names so far available.
    team would t- I
    Ix>wson. Robrrtion. Spon
    ,. Uatas .
    Rlkcriaa, ntsaraall, statham.
    Thi- XI contains six recognised
    batsmen in Robertson. Lowaon.
    Ikin. Graveney. Spu-mer and
    Howard. Walking Shaiklelon and
    LONDON.
    THE M.C.C. recently announced the names of 13 of the
    plaven. who. under the captaincy of Nigel Howard caafaira) will tour India. Pakistan and Ceylon later this former being pace-bowUw lef:
    year. Two more names have to be added before the team and right-handed raape^vejy
    Statham is an additional pace
    K wr,h bowler and Taltersall provide.
    Bin to their County i-fl-spin.
    Championship last season, pi ^^^_^p^__^^_
    (Lanes) successful both with the bat
    a close-to-the-wicket lleldet
    complete
    Those selected mgrthi
    then ages are:
    -U. D Bow aid
    Captain, (26i.
    D. V. Brciman I Yorkshire) (31 >
    Robertson (Middlesex) <34 i
    Lowson iVork-smrei <2il.
    Ikin lljineaahire) (33)
    Oravaaay, T w. (Gioucsi (24i
    Watkin (Glamorgan) (Z).
    Rhodes i !* toyahlre) (34).
    Tanersall (Lancashire) (M).
    Btatham Lancaahtra) (21).
    Ridkway (Kent i < 27 >
    i 31)
    Hilton (Lana i
    Bhackleton i Hampshli i
    (iforpt'lovtn l-adit's
    W in ll<>< k.\ Cup
    ilwuldort, would raq
    :. i so, and more aucei
    years of cricket
    To take the places of the-
    front-line" stars the MCC have.
    however brought in such BOO
    crteketers as Spooner of Warwl< k-
    ihlra, Sbaekleton of Hampshlto.
    i to have found favour
    with the lane, hare bj
    rday's re-
    sulb
    A Cln-s (Imported & W.I.
    Brad)
    Atomic ll did paca a
    sand track only. May have fln-
    lait work oi perhaps do
    his Una) to-day or Frul I
    ing his old self s nd very 111
    Bum- alas it is my m |
    that this hoi--
    pulled up limping < i
    is believed thai in r
    covert.] |
    ment was "finished lik.- n machine vary restrained
    buii." Should ba._a.food shot in
    t< th Isaldea
    -. not
    p io
    . M
    - vc in I 04i. A
    good thing for the M .
    Tlberian Lady old and fussy.
    liny to hox in 1 241 and tiv. In
    . -J' 08(
    *l> Class (West Indian Hredl
    Bow lull- Bvo m l.fl on th<
    oik.
    (12
    Blue Diamond: tin- i
    inbrol half-bre.1 who in^erlhe-
    -iam than
    his sire and or grand-sire. Five
    1 II.
    Joan'- St.ii ojovi-d ti-i imui h
    for partner Will <>' the Wl p II.
    Five In 1 0
    i not lean uo to *..
    SUMMERHAYES TENNIS
    TOURNAMENT
    Jhtch i jns .hi thi track by trn
    nvc furlong pots he stepped in b Cross Roads: (Derby eamli- .
    hole. When 1 h'ft the track It was date): worked very well Indeed ;. ",
    not v* known whether it was doing BDOUl H furlongs. Boi U
    fceriou^ enough I" keep him out of box in I L'4 |, It! BVS in l 01 I
    the races altogether but no doubt |>2
    we will know In B day or two. M;ifV AriM ,,,.,. ,,;., ,,.,.
    Otherwise he started off on s mile work) .. ..,. lk,.r ,,.
    m-tnniid pOtftloa of | good 'lark
    horse
    HbTN'I BWG1XB
    nl*
    led
    Umpires > Aiiciuliii'i Maiilits
    k ci
    ass
    i ,,i!i : -. Itl looking for
    all th- world like an .:
    Baldori
    wllft his class as much ns this one
    riowcvei sro nd b> Iht two ll
    notasaable that he was slowli
    down and he finished leveral Belli
    length* behind his companion
    l>einK pulled up by till rider. A
    most unfortunate piece of luck.
    Drnke'5 Drum: still standing up
    after many rumours of lameness.
    Worked no time
    Elizabethan did i t->ut 7 fur-
    longs on the inside box to box In
    i '1 '
    Sun Site worked with llurm thai bn Ls BtM ti-.'. M IVOI h..
    rd by k. been Five in 1.06 1/5.
    II of DulclballB five In 1 00
    a mi],. panhjai Idled " EM" wanted with Cotle-
    sJong The mile in I a(H iox to ton dang nye in 1.00 Tne How ra> .
    ket A
    W I- HOyoa, told llu- Advocate
    era be
    , .,\. 1 thai soi e official
    not 1 ras and still
    the full ".....
    w. Wiles deflated L. O.
    Hutchinaon I 3. 8 6 and <> I
    Both players pla.i
    l.utchinson played his l
    in the second m which ha t>k
    rears
    l,v live ga.....- to one. However, consequentlj the games wan
    ., .,. and uipi rlorlt) tin* need afti 1 SO p.m. Mi
    at the r
    vlcton In the llnal an which he that aevoi ei were arriving
    Boa worked with Boa took i e-2. It,n* ,f|,r '", f"- "'"" <"
    the Inside, rive In m- Tba aacond match was betwi rreci toning time wai 1 p.m
    12 (. k k Warner and V. 11 Chan- He said thai bii
    Buatam did 5M, furlongs bul ery. V n Chemiy won in two
    . tune recorded. Btralgh| SOU, 62 and 61.
    Will O' the W^p II vcrv DhOTl The la-1 m.I.li in tlM ouarter
    ' i>rk Five in I IW( bwirelv Apall will be played on Flidai
    anernoon whan V h Chenery will thai
    oppoas i. A Harrison.
    . drawn, Io I am to Iha ear's ueint:
    I I
    o i I*, i ,- ,
    ft nival aathori-
    it*
    * i fa a ahoa 11 ISth .1.....
    :li July a* previimsly sdie-
    duL
    t win fly ov.-i to Iha
    IStti August to mak'
    emenl 1
    nits
    He Mil) bs
    and Ren Jaekaoo
    <; run"
    a k ea n uataanal lah
    I
    IO the 30's. They have
    . fur all the tech-
    i
    . nd, letncriibeiing their past suc-
    cesses, Gardner daacrlbas tliem
    an unbeatable combination'
    Hilton of Lancashire and RJ
    Ol Kent With the exception OC
    n and Hilton, i--th m
    ved in one Test against
    Ihe West Indies last summer, these
    Bra all new names to representa-
    tive honours. That is not to say
    they are not worthy of them. Only
    . the consistent form of those they I
    is quietly confident the* "
    .... be attained. If Gardnc
    (PI, a number of other ln-
    .,1 and local records will ^"-^ned Ynj"because the MCC
    ,1 o rail by the way ;'I hope te |hnl Uc>. lhcse othtr
    lie able t.. dernonstrale said Col ,Tkketer had to wait until
    Gardner, -that Brtttab Automotive J" tSwEari look a wrfi-
    . "tWntJ" deserve,! rest.
    OOa la the world and am ronn-
    1 ing able to enhance the qj lne remaining members of the
    ,. emioh the MG TD s(dc oniv the captain himself an:l
    engine already has in the United Rhodes have not previously been
    selected for their country or for
    touring team Howard need
    1 i-idiutlon. He It -
    he won the M.C. In the Aral world
    wai during which he broke lag_________________________
    . ii. an airplane crash. He later
    I kin on Iha 1
    . iha igh it u ~'i
    1,.! batter
    Hhodc< 1- fta an approach
    to a "surp"" li Ike Man Bin
    ':< war he has rendered yeoma.i
    M ni.c to liis itiimty both as a lu -
    Ha h
    ; rroimad the hat-trick four til
    "^T'T'T,'""^-' wTnU^Bata
    the only Derl.yshire batsman ever Ch-mpil.. Mw
    - 100 runs before lunch ,,,.
    GEORGETOWN. July 'J4
    1
    Club beat the 11 (' Heel
    arban ha |-'rforme tintfhamshire at like*- vesterdnv of
    '' B<
    lne . 111'....!j
    has met wltll
    ag the i-ciRui ii
    the Boa

    The list, even though abm Betti 1 1
    ihe absence .>f weh Stalwarts as The "hard core" of the team 1- par and .< -red the
    1 1 deer, Evans rspraaanted by Robertaoo, the only tone go, 1 of the afternoon. From
    and Sioipson. eontatfl <\Lst\ batsman to aeore. 2.00ti fhr ol all Oul
    surprises. was raallaad Bach of the post-war sea- f following al
    ago that thoe pl.i>> tJuvMH-y ..f GioucesWj who lack, bul with i>->tti del
    . ,t reera, have lme the has hit eight centuries this seew-n Undine up valiantly. At Iha M
    brunt of English .Ticket on IheU and has earned his place in UM "' * :': hall ol lav ln>
    Teal laam Bgalnal South Africa; ; ',l1
    Iku. of Lineashi.c. back to Ihe Mi form which made him a certain:
    for the first post-war HOC v.
    Io Australia; Watkins. another .
    left-handed all rounder who has ,"
    loured South Afri
    The s,..

    ". 1 the existing one
    tour t British {ll ,, fur CUl
    next month.
    The llrst Trnil match will be
    played OP August 23. 26 & 30,
    >>-.u]<- the second is fixed for
    September l*. 1; a- p, r
    able that the Barbados team, when
    selected, will oppoas "The Rest"
    ii a final match.
    Present at the meeting wen-
    Mr. J. M Kidney, Hi T N,
    /. b. CC OtB
    .1 d OoDoard and llr, W. F.
    1
    At l-east MO m.p.h.
    I : will be
    h the existing one-hour
    H.IDOceI.SOOcc.) at pres-
    ent held by a French Bugattl at
    110.1 mph. A minimum speed
    t 140 m.p.h. Is aimed at, and th
    In Ihe second ball ol
    were s'ill ex-
    changlni attacks, bul the George-
    town Iidles got throu.
    the right wing sent
    -r no nas ^eroai a paas to Sallv Edghlll. who
    . ,M,Jnd,p "^ sent a high shot to Northey in goa'
    1",h i i L7 h8tm n'!' Battj Cram-wwlng I
    ell in A being (town ., exclUng
    . to i R Browns team last !,, |h,s moment, but desnite line
    inter, and his county colleague. Pfforts by the lie,
    aided in favour of the Oaorgt
    Btathan
    who was also flown fi
    ""' "; """,-",: the consistent rorm 01 mow: wiv.--
    DOW repUcing has prevented
    If Gardnc 1 i* .hcm ^\nA honoured previously
    iJJ The man In form must obviously
    who
    after

    ;/iw w/l\ BOXa HEATS
    holding on
    < oileton:
    1th B half-bred.
    F Class
    the impression
    to take the field, at th '
    1.30 p.m. eouii rorfeU '
    lure. As regards the non-atten-
    ol i mi
    imc 'i
    Liken.
    hoping pound, ^
    lion will '
    Grenada Beat B'dos 1412
    TOKYO. Monday
    World ilyweight champion, the
    Hawaiian Dido Mai ino. 123i
    unanimous decision
    Japan's number one feath-
    rwaustit Hldao Goto in a lu-
    Hmdl non-tille light befort
    rt.ntM) fans.D.P.
    box'lll I '-'*;. last live In I 09
    Should be Utter than usual at the
    beginning of the meeting.
    A2
    Nan Tudor' not seen
    track.
    Beboh i-i\ to box in
    live in 1 .06) Should In-
    favourite foi tie Ste
    The Bl
    entry of any dees, suffering a aacond defeal
    l>x)k well. 1412 gl the hands of tli. 1 1
    .11!' in iball players of Rom .
    1 when the iwo toanu pla; 1 1
    ftmaal College veatai laj evi
    ning.
    ball
    Bla
    if Hums
    Apollo worked just as 1 ma\
    M Ihe leaving. No time ii.orded.
    April's 111 earn (two-vear-old I
    1 23*. three In 41.
    a Joint Aj 1 ii Flowi 1 not nan up C
    Stakes 8.30 a.
    ;. go
    1 La Haa,
    ta opened wttl I
    I .. I .1 .tig wen
    every utlle, until hall time llai
    bados w.i
    lmmediate]> gfb r
    Apronuah (twa-yaar-old): 11
    M 1/0. iaks baekward
    Ijoht (two-yenr-old)
    rork looked better than
    un- Denloo doing Bva 1
    k> 11 lull moving
    I'll'
    .nn Elizal
    not go.
    B Class
    Demure. I did not BM her
    with 1 panion ;
    the time-keepers -------- ..
    bit baffled by tiif way ihi Bnlihad rucaly,
    Tbayaaldshi itarted fast but fln- Cardinal (two-year-old) im-
    Ished slow, whether by inMnn- proved since Saturday but this
    tions or naturally they were not might bo due to the absence of
    sure which The time to) Ihi five mud Five in I 06 3/5.
    was 1.041 Cavalier (two-year-old) did
    Harroween was allowed Io run five with Bright Light on Iha Ut-
    freely all the way but still iimshed side N.. tuna taken bul not as
    with something to spare. An ex- .>ood as his companion, although
    (.client gallop Five In! 02* .. had.
    Landmark flvi fairly comfort- Chutnev (two-yesr-olil) wen'.
    able in 1 04* I u Una] iooke Slalntc box ti l-i'x in 1 .25|. last i0r at the finish,
    tlv. in 1.09. On the hit Clementina worked earlv is
    Sun Quci-u boa t" box In I.2U reporled not to have been as good
    1 .1__ 1.. 1 ofl 1 e.- 1
    It waa a more evenly contented anai onlj Ihrae
    game than Ihe first game, bul Martd her lone goal of U
    neither side played with the skill half.
    red In thai game. The With Barbados two In ihe lo
    neafari lumbled together too the Grenada mils began to pla)
    Jnueh. a bettei game i]
    Rar'h learn made one change BOXa to 11 9. The g D
    tabla com- The Grenada toi.....Iroppad the at- with a wta tor Oranaoa by
    Ida t.i.kui,: centre Urns Wilson and 14iz margin.
    brought iii Mvr.i <\i I lender while The teams were: Cireni i.
    Barbados played with I^'i Q"tln- Koverm Club Shoot. Joyi
    tyne instead of Bew Bal Uacbe, Attack Meen L I
    tacking Centre Mm., tallendcr.
    the goalkeeper.
    Centre Dereen Oitb n
    : Ifendei
    Angela Andrew and C
    Dorothea Bylvai U
    Karhados: Thelma B
    Sylvia Maxwell,
    doing the last th. in 1 03$
    the bit Vei, mpreealvi
    B2
    Red Cheeki poaalbly In 'he ra-

    C Class
    Aberlord worked with stable
    companion Demure as above. Said
    to have In-gun slow bul finished
    strong. Five in 1.04J.
    Cstanln- five in 1.041.
    In 1 06. An old
    mare who looks well.
    , in 1.041. much
    omnanion ns under. Fi
    1.06.
    Dun(|iierquc (two-year-old I
    muni Blly i)i,i Bva ran eaail
    with three-vear-old itabl
    nma i o 2 s
    Joyce Blacha Iha Granada
    shooter wa- live aver, Bh 1
    netted nine of Ihe 14 gojls for her
    team. Baleen La Haa, attack
    Iha other hve goals.
    Tail, iltra attack. Sylvia Mai Caaba Jean C
    I ;l of Ihe Barbados team play- Muxaret Bamsey. DOfendl
    ad ,111 unproved game Hit Bl IN Kathleen Connor. DlfenCF
    tempts were more accuraU B Patricia Baal Captain) and goat-
    -.crit in seven of the 11 goall ll.o keeper III (Juintyne.
    bados scored. Thelma Bark
    scored the other five. In Ota i
    ond half Tbabna did not take
    much time at judging the di bit
    ""- Of the net as she did m the Bl
    half when she scored lour of ti
    WHAT'S ON TODAY
    Police Court., and Court of
    ii..: ....i Jurisdiction 10
    Meeting of Ihe Christ Church
    Vestry 2 p.m.
    Water I'ulo: Sword fish vs.
    Flying Fish and Barraru-
    dss vs. 1'oller 5 p.m.
    Netball at Rovers flub vs. Fast and
    prese'it Queen's College
    5 p.m.
    I'olirr Baud al the princess
    Alice Flaying Field 1.45
    p.m.
    CINEMAS
    DEMOCRATIC
    CLUB
    IMI'OKIAM NOTKi
    A Special Meetinu H
    take plan- on Friday.
    August ;ird to dlaouBO
    the 1st und 2nd days'
    Race ProRiumme.
    (old Buffet
    Deeel Tsukas "> "
    Canibrldse*hire Sjusaar
    Beech Melhi
    and
    Odds and Ends
    All My Members who
    are also My Friends,
    are reminded they are
    always welcome any
    day from 9(H) a.m. to
    9.00 p.m.
    11.1 HX II AM i:
    Al THE CRANE HOTEL
    SATI'RDAV, Al'Gt'ST 4TH
    By kind permission of the Comm!s>:.
    MUSIC by
    THE I'OLICE IIANCE ORCHESTRA

    Fsncy Dress Optional -:- Dress Informal
    AdmissUn : $1 90 Including Light It r fresh me nl
    Dancing 9 0() p.m. to '-'.08 a.m
    you'll Say
    "9l'A Wotvdshgul
    PLAIN BEMBERG
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    Suitable for .
    MAKING ( IIILDKIN DEEM1 -
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    Broad
    Epicure: not seem up to 80.
    Fust Flight: ditto. "'h ,, .n|i une.U ROvorS
    , B
    ' Mlracls an bacura three-year- the. Sylvester were the ba. kbonc
    obi who ahowa great pronuaa. Bul "> ""' '"" '" awndlng then
    tO Uttla e- known that I cannot nets. Thes,- were the two w
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