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I'M.I TWO M Mill \'I\,II \|| >! MIM \l l.l -.1 PLAZA CINEMAS IIIII IX.I I OH \ THF GREATEST STOUT OF AXJ TODAY 4 .45 f. 8 30 P M i %  lung DAILY "THE SINNER OF MAGDALA" at CRMK wd ALEtfE i SPECIAL rMi'i WAS "SQUARE DANCE KATY" .' l l.ES—Ph, BRITO—and Me Sunshine Mil J" DAVIS and his Sunshine Band Plus. The Ne W*ln Solution WHIP WILSON IN "CRASHING THRU" MONDAY (BANK HOLIDAY) (2 Nc FcalurfM 9 30 A M. fc 1 M P M LAW JUNGLE Ail. 1 -Manlar IfOMLANV And HM M "JIGGS & MAGGIE IN SOCIETY" I .rloon atrip by GEORl'.E McMANVBl rllh Joo Yl'IK U llfp—Mril HIANO M ||U O I ST I \ ===== TODAY %  TOMORROW %  I : H PM . 'TEA FOR TWO .I..I 1.1,. WYI i.or.i..i, M.n\i riSttoN I Cart .111 ... A LAO N HIS LAMP ft HARE DEVILHARE MONDAY IBANK HOLIDAY) I 30 P M RJLO Kan... t^n^b^r^ • TIM HOLT ir iBottil "WESTERN HERITAGE" arm — "LAWLESS VALLEY" Tl'ESDAY M FORGOTTEN WOMEN S THE GANGSTER Elys* KNOX Barry SULLIVAN SPECIAL MONDAY (Rank Hotida* 4 30 PM m RETURN or THI APEMAN Beta LUt.DM John CAKAADINI at WESTWARD BOUND K.n MAYNAlil. HocTttftUc-N i %  : ii : ( MONDAY & TU18DAY H no p M FRENCH LEAVE JadrleCOOPM Jackie COOOArJ n LAW OF THE JUNGLE ICDGE John KINO Matan MORELAND WEDNESDAY & TIH'RSDAY8 30 PM SARONG GIRL Ann CIRIO and JOE PALOOKA MEETS HUMPHREY ERROL Joe Klrnwood H ON. li. D. L. (Ml.K M I.C us— najtin Jen m Barbados vastn !and Long Leave M R ( %  ind hut son Jn for Canada vsterday I Mt. Leach who Is on long U hopes to vtstt evfrni parts it on thrw months h ] of that tm i 08 1he aril] I In Toronto the) will hi rera) parts ct IiUUftf with Mi Mr Tei beat %  dagynObUined Diploma D R. HAROLD rOADI hasi Sb Mined his I) i plom n u Tropical Medicine si the Lon TIN of v. pian. earl, > 0 n.. nd inn. • 1 I Mi"* Martm is a graduate tit v icnce from Ess. "Hy of Saskatchewan and a graeli...tc in n Hospital I, whtn%  Bctn %  of at Bce^n' asjMit.1 McliOfKLiUn nonl la %  UN experiment in th" •raining of nurses: orit the Canadian Nurses Association Red cross. It in operation for four years and throe classes have graduated. The lint class numbered 13 .md the mi iccent 35. It has % %  far been a successful venture HI Kiving a reptilar nurses train* com" IftefcMd "f Week-end Visit ling Indies 'rom Trimdad arrived vesterdav mornVI I. A to spend end in Barbados The. .<: u la Scoti Md Mis. Pen nor who arc with Ban Pi | n, Mi*HelMi Ki owles who Is with Al l-eila is staving with r-lnliv^. in* other guest* al L'ith Cues'. return to Carib Calling Wk TALENT Al'T-moN lo d.iy T..:i1> 4.m. M r For Brother's Wedding JIMMY CAJITWBIOHT wife, thff : i family ii^.-ct him They air kw In the over to attend the wedding of Ml Desjs lo be married on August \7I VI H HXn riKC.HA IMembors Only) MS| IR Ik ,1 ' H'VIRIV TVtaEB in THE FIREBALL" in" '•' A'LETTER THREE WIVES"" it O X 1 Hi B1 1 I it E XOW SilOlYIXV SIMiLT.WEOlSLY EMPIRE 445 & 830 The BIG Soulh Seas Musical that ripples with love, laughter and hula-hula rhythms! TO-DYY TO TI'r-l\Y A.K ..ml 8 li M 11(1 YA I. 5 & 8.30 p.m. Daily OS T DESIRED WOMA N IN FRA NCE Mott daring of the King's Swordsmen... RAGAN ^^^^ TECHNICOLOR J^ "^^ ROYAL THEATRE ALEXANDRE DUMAS' Htife M BSTNBRt MONDAY 1.I..I TUESDAY 4 30 and 8.IS ?otii CntmryFoa Uoutjiv Action Thrills and Siiincnar . John IIIIDIAK and Guin* MURPHY In •• Till. IHM.T.I) IfKifll — AND %  U K. KK\AULTS SEOST" Starring J Carrol NA1SII JoKfa SHF.PPARD and I.ynne ROBERTS. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY .SO ami H IS ?0lli C. riinry-*.!! Dnublr John PAYNE AimPAYI .LII.I Hitlj GRAB1.E In •TI\ PA\ AIJ.I:Y" AND — %  r in\Df:itin:w. say ot FLKUX" %  m 5L GEORGC MONTGOMERYMUU COROAY IDW'ftU Vi -.I' I %  H UEDNEHIIAV and THl'RSDAV flu ml K.ll Vox Double -. TYrtONK POWtfl .ind ORSON V/KLLS m : BLACK ROSE" and "HIGH BARBARY" with VAN JOHNSON' and JUNK. ALLYSON Two New Masters for HX. M it. r J <. M MNU tamed Second Cla*^ n It King's ColtegNewiatle-on-Tvi %  l.rday morning an the Ootftsa Iron -I i M m of Hafltlaon i.-c iJurtni! inLa i eau ..i Kings He 11 et Mr C B WUll VtM rw>u takuiit a Diploma in I4u.-.Another master for Hamsor. College is Mr. D. A. Fowlcs. who received Second Cla^a Honours ED modern history at Bristol University will be teaching Englis 1 as well as Hi" Mr. Fowls* arrived from Fiigland rin Friday afternoon vm Jamiica hy B.W.I.A. He was accompanied by his wife. Barbados Tray For L.A.V. S HORTLY after the an /icln .,f ih LAV .Special Flight B1 SL = .VC'.1I .vesterda> afternoon. Mr Auritv Boyce. Publicity Committe* made A short I -Pilot and the 'plan** iv be augmenting n mniir ssevssa I %  Publicity ConniUtao, BrsasiMad I %  upon 11 handed it to the stewardess and 1 SVtd on boird the atrcrafl to sarve passengers with meab. et<-. Twenty-two passengers came in %  > Ihls special flight. En-route St. Kitts I N BARBADOS fa boIkU) an Miss Ursula Thur*iua Hutihms or B K Phsn arrived vestcrduy BVtHllUUJ from Enclatid In the OobMa and an stajini at tha %  e..n View Hotel. IdlSS Thnrslon who mi In England for Ihe past 18 yeaiLs n-iw returning fsOB whose hu?b-i modleal student at TTmltv CoOaw Dublin 11 the daughter of Mi. 0. P. BOOB, I'.arrister-at-Law in St Kilts and Mrs. Boon Brother And Sister M ISS IIKTIV CHALLENOIt and her brother drived fi"in ( .ittdrta yesterday by I \ iter in Canada and they travelled down together. Helty left Barbados on July 7th to meet him In Canada. George is down for the summer holidays. B.W.I.A. Operations Officer M R AND MRS. GEOFF ARCHER and their tw. children Elisabeth and William flew over from Trinid:i'i V day by B.W.I.A. to spend S month's holiday In Barbados. Mr. Archer who Is a Barbadian is Operations Officer. B.W.I.A.. at I For The Races M R. AND MHS. HARRY FARINHA ami then-laughter Joestyi) arrived from Trinidad vastaraaf morning by B.W.I.A for the race*. Mr. Farlnha is o Director of J. T. Johnson Ltd with Barclays Bank in p| I'-I.I-SIN,.!,. DunnUMU staj n Harbados they are guests at the Ocaaa Vatv* Hotel Thaj nrpael Ie in Barhudos for OSU WOSfci Barbados holiday M RS. JOYCE CLARKE of Trinidad, arrived here on Thursday evening by B.W.LA. She l spending her holidays with her mother. Mrs. Gibbon!" of Jaettjoo, St. Michael. %  I Opening Friday lOlh l,i f/u si and conttnulnn lo Sunday— 3 and 8 15 %  •T5S.".'.' •' m llfjoitrgCiiisiB „^ KOltt BOHIGOHtllY %  Pallia COBOAY "laHLinni" !" .^""!.'" STAHTinc; FRIDAY AT BMPiBB ana now THE i it .i i Off Till: SK.ASON SUGAR RAY ROBINSON v. RANDOLPH TURPIN 13 ROUNDS OF <;i;t y.i.LINC FIOHTIMO — Alonj with E ti i i it i: Ol sill'If THEATRE TO-DAY and TOMORROW 4 45 a BIS llaCJ /„,(. Columbia Bullrt Mr.ol.cd Serial •* m/SA Mi H Oiiti lilt h Slurring — Dun DOUGLAS and Tht Mysterious SKl'l.l. ACTIOS . THRILLS SUSPtMM NOT A DULL MOMENT . rHURSDAY IIM.Y I 30 a 8.15 Dmilili. Clorta HKMIY Ran ITOID %  AIB Mptna AND — iCHOSS THt JAOUNO OPENINf. FRIDAY4 30 a 8. I.". Juth Ci'^luryFox Mlyhfii DimW R O \ Y TUESDAY I v7UMfESDAY -4 :m t 8 ir. /( %  •able THE STORY OF A BIG SHOT asaa ..-.'-. ALL IHE KINGrB %  RIM OF THE CANYON Mai' Cent AUTRY and Ilia Wonde Horw 'Champion' T^i'linifoloT Mualral tHitt time woos" — Sti.i i Fr*d ASTAIRE %  Red SKEI.TON .nil Bl I.I, HGIITKK and THK LADY' For Boa I Owners and Fishermen 22' Sail Camus Nos, —H> Sail Twine Rope n/ltr In 1 Diiim. Fishim; Line-. Cot I on mid Mnllei Taiue for NeU Copper Paint Mesh Wire d't rUhpoK LaciiiK Wire THK II Yltll IIHIA IO-OIM IIA I l\ I WltON 1-AtTOnY LTD. Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039 mmmmmmmmmmmagmm—mm HAROLD BAXTER cuTCA Manager New T.C.A. Manarer T HE appointment of I 1 Baxter as Managei . n t Mr W A C Sin.tt who ., %  in tinInternational Pi department Hi Rom in Forl Cja'Appal i katchewsn, Mr Baxt> I TCA. in January, np-**' • %  aTlight Control Assistant and "toted to Fligh: Control Offki-i B year later in Januarj M %  non h '.' Itarford. : i .,. %  ex. Si:! (I ,1 .. it Oulilfea. Barclays Manager Back A FTER hohtl... in England U II. Me4 Pine Hill, rclurneti home yesterday murning in tiw GalflU. Mr. McKenrie hj Managei of Barclays Bank. He told Carib that they rud an lohday and the weather on the uhole was good. %  the trip down on th• Intransit I NTRANSIT from England in the U*HflU ... %  ing after a three-month holidawere Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Leo uf British Guiana. Mr. Leo i* Secretary of Messrs. •...IH.iiin. T.ansport and Wh.irves Ltd. 11 ...ly ManI Masses Booker Broi Di I: a rondo*, pnssexl thrmj? here yesterday from Kngl.ind %  • the Golflto with her tfarea chilto TrlnJ,stta win be iolned by ht-r husband before they return to British OUI Tr. Wright %  Six months A FTER s p e n di n g six month?* D the United Kingdom, Mr J. C. RotchkUs, Assistant %  .cultural Education, Colonial Development md returned hi <:.dtilo tit • Uotchkiaa Joins Husband A UOl ; IV paasengan returntrom England yeslerd.v %  %  liollil'i M< : | pHHfllllg ras lira. B. A neniamin boa* | i-barid is a M.inufactur> cr 1 -' Representative ol Ihfal %  i". %  % %  in England, came ou* some week* 1 'Toie his wifi' To Join HU Family M R. JOHN EGGLESFIELD. -no of the Director (ion., i -i Civil Aviation in the Caribbean i Mrt, Fgglesllcld of i %  %  i was among the passengers arriving in th< c.uifito from England yaateaday. A student of Cranletgh School near Guilford in Surrey, he hu. .' fl )oin his family. Flying Club F LYING enthusiasls are planning to form an Aeroplane Club in Barbados. They arc hf>Ming their first meeting at Ooddard's Restaurant on FTI'IT> August ioth. Anyone interested %  the formatloii or such a cinh i agkad to attend. Moving lights in Ihe of the club Hre Squadron Learler David Henderson, Jack Marson, MuMon Hcingold. Charlie pajtM kin and a few i Carib understands that the Director General of Civil Aviation [g vi ry In-.-" oi) the idea and h-is promised to join. Unfortm will I. i III of the island for thl* inaugural nieetmn. A .plane in Barbados woul I be a most useful thing. It can help within a limited range to look rot rnlst ng asafaJng j,..-. schooners. Jn Trinidad the Light I (he Police naliwho sometimes hide in the bush. BRADSHAW & CO. — A LOOK INSIDE Carib wandered into Bradshaw and Company one morning last weak, He was particularly struck by the very pleasant facade of the new Bradshaw building on Si. Michael's Row. and Brad Is Indeed i t .,i .'lila'r .. %  the an hitictural achievement, whirl, ir all .-f hi' own daalga eftd pkannlng. there, we visiled the n .e tune repeii shop, srhsch is looatad on the Ihird fl(>r of the The t" I Walters, wars hard at fl bjtegi i.i putting up ttCVi niachine' Hill Gilkos. rho %  salesman in charge of office liachiiiery. explained that Bradhaw At Company now offer ,. very triplet* -in it. for the sale anil naintenance of all types of office machines, including U; rdding and calculating machines, und some of the new electric wire recording machines, and m fact even type of office equipment which tends to make Ufa %  rrttta easier for the harassed office exeeDtrn Of today, who must cope with the multifarious require-. ments of a complex world, whero conditions of procedure an.! trade change virtually Overnight, ,ind everything to save llano .ol the utmost importance. From the workshop, a i the i-how-roinn on the ground %  traction nn this room is still in progress, but from the layout it was easy to i tracth it will be when com%  pletcd. In the big $bow window' tm en arra) of underwood typewriters, both portable and stand, ard models. Original Odhner calculators niui Ihe neu Odhner electric adding maih.nc. I forgoi to mention that while •letting the workshop, Hi Ml lOOh .i photograph with one ( 'he new Voiuhtlandcr Bessa II •t one et the n doing a |ob on 1 nlng, and i . ting of 3.5 apereeond. Th good result of the photograph fhoi.how bnportant one of these' hunt meters is for real good photography. Carib came nwny from Bradshaw & Company with the very firm impression that for the last word in typewriters, adding machines and the h>artnatlng electric dictation machine. Bradshuw and Co.. are certainly the place to (ind them. An example of costing worked out with the aid of one of ihe Original Odhnei calculating machines made Carib wish that he had possessed one of these toys while toiling with his homework when he was nt school. I lily, the amount of figuring which cm be done very quietly wifh one of these I til It* calculators is ;i U h imaging. Multiplication, division, adding of p*S> eentages. deducting of percentages. determining tost-, working oUt mark-ups. estimating profit, all of (hoes thm: ih) be theveryday .iru.ttffiv of the busincs* ire made a matter of pleasure when u -* these fasclnittag in %  I SILK SHANTUNG 36 %  $1.40 BORDERED TAFFETA 36" %  $1.77 SILK PLAIDS 36' e $1.39 BLACK and WHITE TWINKLE CREPE 36 %  -$1.02 All New and the Latest Fashions T. R. EVANS & WH1TF1ELDS DIAL 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220



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SUNDAY. MOIST Si sow .\nvo< MI I'\.I IIIKII GARDEMM. HINTS HHi AMAIEtUS Farm And S[ I Inl..iril.n In \ML-IISI Work on a wel il;i\ Chrysanthemums again AN Ideal ad where garden work con be done In comfort on a wet day. Quite a lot can be %  I on those day* when Ihe garde'i is to sopping thai at impossible to work In it, %  ( thare is well stacked shelter with all the con\wi*estees for work to hand. The "Potting Shed" should c.t course house the garden tools, and tha plan of having nails on one %  ida on which to han R these tool* will appeal to all those with a tidy mind Thus, such things "Forks at varh... Shaars. Garden SMsors and even Huckeu and Wiite'Ini; I ;ill hang neatly, each OH Hi OWn nail, instead of being flung in an untidy heap in one corner There should also be a shelf for clean empty pou rciidv lot use. and one for Haffla and tint!.', wire for hanging orchid pott. nitre ft r luting basket* etc Have a box loo for a supply of V.ci.M. (Vegetable gurden manure > one for Charcoal, and another for sifted mould. In one corner Ihere should be a mound of ready mixed good garden mould and manure A strong table at which to *<> %  at indispensable. With all these things to hand it would be possible to repot ferns or palms, fill out seed-boxes. Ilx up hanging baskets or orchids in comfort while the rain pelted down outside. Once there is adequate shelter too so many odd Jobs can be done on u wet day. Lawnmowers can be overhauled, garden shaars oiled, benches, and verandah furniture repainted among other things which would give the hired gardener employment when it was too wet to work outside. Altogether a well planned Putting Shed will bo found an Invaluable addition to any garden The building of such I not of a necessity be an elaborate or expensive business httla place could be knockcxi up with the help potts, and some large packing-cases. A couple of eoat ol . >h would ;-itched appearance, and %  the home. Plan tint; (lirwauihcimim Sucker* %  reminder to that in order to bv sura uf Chiysanthcnuim flowers (or Christinas Chrysanthemum suckers should be planted no: this month (August*. Make up I richly manured bed fur these sucker* but see that it ll of n light consistency. If Ike soil 11 .it ;.I1 heavy lighten dut. or gras* cuttings from the lawn-mower Off up the beI. bark It ill Maura good drainage whh h Chrysanthemum like If the young plants progress as they should, it will i sgggn .(Mar some weeks, to support them with stakes. These stakes should be it.-.*, and about four feel high. t.s when fully grown the Chrysanthemum pl.iiila will he quite %  tall, .is well as being branched % %  The stickers are obtained by Lpnmiing an old plant from last year, and separating the suckers which will be found at the base, by milling them oft. Some ol these suckers will have roots and some will not. Plant Ihe one* with roots straight into the prepared bed. but for thosv without roots It is safer to start them la ;i i'X until they have rooted when they can then be planted init. To obtain speciallv lai ?<• Chrysanthemums plant the suckkggaj pot(one) sucker to .ml %  hi-n the buds %  jsoaar picfc olT the majority of ivtiuj only %  few on each will, as a con%  l>e finer specimens. Do not water Chrysanthemum .iiul never water the plant ii-eir. oiihj the roofs. Garden By MMUOOU ONL Y DUMBO GIVES RIDES Zoo Need £ 3000 To Replace Dead Rajah And Ranee By CRAVEN HILL The deaths of the elepha-its Rajah (shot because he turned rogue) and Ranee (who died of gastro-ententis) have left the Zoo with only one riding • four-year-old Dumbo who was flown to London from Calcutta two years ago. The Zoo's other elephants, Dlcksi, 12. and Maneki. nine, an loo temperamental to be trusted with passenger; on their back* and neither animal U "carmni; hf keep." And even DUBsR be used more than an bout 01 WQ each day in lhe:hlldr %  opaned alt sons ot Tini ol lovely ih.ngs com* pouring out. "Good Itiiwut." CruM Simon'. DadoV 'Ho* half vou been abla io |ii all ihat lood ? Ptopl* nil you Siropl* Simon but uSay shan't tail you implf anv •ami You'vi don beitt. ihaa 1 %  ii maiiTf agggartD • >ev h*vf." "Yes." Iaugh Rupatt. "and hr got it all ihroush tailing iii'oult a hollo* irw 1" "Come •Kb me. D*dd. and IM tsplair. whai hr State*,* uy> S-mon uniting. So Rur*" **"• oodbya •mil icampt'* home. riifc END aovihrfas BlUISi TUMOKKOW. Tanlas al These rool crops are considered to be among the oldest cultivates !•"*! pl.mis in the world and. •Mihuut doubt, they are of the greatest importance in tropical regions. Because of a gi< Urity in habit and culture, a Perplexing interchange of local varietal names and the infrv i flowering wuh saenung loss at seeding habit, there has been much in regard to thatr,***It has been eatablished. nevertbeiaae, that the cultivated .iroids (which also IfhCluoV oniamental forms, eg. Anlhuiium t'alla. Caladium. Elephant's Ear. eti i comprise two main economic groups and the practical farmer tan easily recognize a tania from ;ni srtflittT bv the shape "t the leaf 1( IM1 the attachment of the leaf stalk In the tania. the leaf tends Io be arrow-shaped with IIM IUj > t;ilk attached to the margin of the Wade, while the lde leaf i* more heart-shaped with the leal stalk attached at a point %  oroa whav remote from the leaf margin. The tania is a native ol Tropical America; also known as yautia |>e found a number of names such dashcen (Trinidad), malanga (spmetimea used for tania as welli. coco, taro (H-wsii). tnyc (French West Indies), while the term tanicr or tanya also occurs. It can thua be seen now confusion has arisen. The group is larger than that ol the true tania and includes some SO taros of Polynesian origin. There an forme which have Wen cultivated In China and Japan for thousands ,. %  ., in m d thare li oat teneii known as the Egyptian Uro said 10 have been cultivated in Bgynt itnn before the time of Pliny (23 %  79 A.D.I The word dasheen aiipcart to have been nrlainally taro de Chine' or something of similar meaning. The group as a whole seems to be able to appreciate a great deal more •"""' than the tania and. In the Pacific regions, the taro is reported as being cultivated In iwampii and pools. The colour of the cooked | ,.., varlfg and. in addition to white, reddish to purplish shade exist The different species and varieties of the edible aroids vary both in site and chemical composition. bul the more desirable sorts have fglrlv high proportion Of nutnnvi pioperlles for this class <•' 1,-xl crop. The starch Present p t m lP d X.. be In a r.;l,lv dig. li ble form and. in Hawaii, nip made up into a dish known aa-poi ,. often preseribed for 'nvalids^l.. Ihe same wny the white eddoe toup is highly recommended. The voung leaves of these plants make excellent spinach: any tend, ucv to acridity can be overcome by preliminaryboiling with.baking soda, for a few minutes There ,* one variety of tanlacalled nllum Kale in UM West Indies which is grown exclusively as a sntltacn Plant. As Kds culuv.tinn. the same meth.-ds and practices apply generally to bo h UUdae and eddoes and. In fairly UI-HI wafl. >ne square yard per Kant Is a reasonable allowance Yields wni vary depending on variety, soil, climate, distance of Hi anting, treatment and so on. In Porte RKO. the figure for tamas is aiven as seven to 15 tons per acn With the wide spacing adored locally H hardly seems > k lv '„', welds of that order can be attained iSdots v" lc tn ? n t anUs Hut the quality of the \<**.\J""duce can scarcely be excelled B^ PBNN1 MOI VS and ANN MIStiKAVl. Seams For a really custom made look. smooth .ii Utchitsg; ot i and correct fh the inside are most mvesaary. the line i ilie hang of the frock A ng comes with practice It l> manual akIU and cannot be acquired any other Bray, Beginners should start practising with a sheet of lined paper IT;. i w.thout threading thf madune. Try stitching exactly on Ihe lines. The muchine needle will make holes in the paper so you can see the results without using thread When >ou are able to follow the lines exactly try stitching a design on the paper. Learn to follow curves and turn comers accurately. Tn turn I COrnCT stop the machine with the needle m the polnl of the corner, raise the pressure foot end pivot on I % %  then lower the pressure foot and conlmue stitching Wane! ) %  control has become pclicit on ti"' scraps of cloth. Allowing the same size seam %  v i > wlnre is a great aid to accurate stitchinn. Once vou have baeotM used to %  Utcning a certaia c*istaiicc from the edge you will find your stitching is better at that distance than at any other. We use |" seams throughout with the exception of the side seams and the bodice waist seam where we usually use one inch until th.i pattern has been touted for armi.-cy at these pointv An seam also helps to ensure a large e:..>tii;h s.'.tm for the msertton Of n slide fastener without facing The | M seam will require trimming at some points, namely, the CRCLE . kl'nes but %  .r.. ...iger seam %  vdl make the stitching on geeee ti ate. i dresses plain seams ere best The finish on these seams depends largely on the material. Per a fabric that does not ravel | I that is not transparent the* are best pinked. Beginners should never attempt to cut out their dresses with pinking sheais as it is much more difficult to cut .L curately and stitching a straight. seasn where the edge has been pinked Aral requires prgs \, um HI oiesMiiaken will nnd that ctaUtng wtth paakjogl shears saves much time. The ^ pinker* should only be used on' :hat are to be left pink%  1 In the finished garment Pink%  ..ii'ihole or the neckedge l em gssU will eventuall> ii .• te be tiinmied is not onb d | bad practice as much %  other stitching can be done these curves if the edge has •en cut with plain selasor* For fabrics tr*! iray one of the • rl limshes is machine stitching • e edges. Trim the edge of the ,.n under a scant quarter of an ih and machine flitch. In the few cases In wliKli one or the other of the two finishes mentioned above cannot be use.. you may use hand over castinc though this is not too egtbcUvi ,i i Ufcei) to pull unless done with just |he light tension Atmhole seams should be trimmed to about H in. width and s second row of machine stitrhmr rgel in the seam allowai ifc in from the firs! row ol -'' %  h maw&rforms ni.iii-oii.-Me... Lapped seams aneasier to usi i n difficult place* To make a lopped seam turn under and press the seem allowance on the seen, tl.at is to be lapped and lay tluu pressed edge exactly on the tM • II, g ll-i. of the under piece T • buyeri "< new Hntish cars, mainly if the smaller models. Garage parking yards UM 1 choked wilh cars, new and almost new which ere not selling well. Increased taxes, credit restriction (dosjgasad :,. cheek inflation) and bigger instalments are the chi t cause. One dealer here has offer) i l t22 TV set. for one doll with every cur of one model bought Another announced that he would sell the same make — normal price here. I.M5 dollar (about £322). including taxes, foi I 195 dolliirs (CSB). and woull give petnl f<>i 5,000 miles ani r>m. n#". •'-! •" i. %  I .t-r.-ui liiNK' ae>'il -' -' >.-\-*•• %  •' PENTALUX FINISH PAINT FOR EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR USE 'r-**N TO WARD Off DCCAf P E N T ALP GLOSS ; FINISH WIDE & ATTRACTIVE i RANGE OF COLOURS THE VERY BEST IN PAINT Olll \l\ %HI I AT ALL LEADIKV UAiinn AIII MOIIIS fOR flHMNLj. in Ipana for teeth Ipana. for gums Ipana for both HEALTHIER TEETHHEALTHIER 0UMS •RUSH YOUR TEETH with Ipaos and notice DOB ingly different If it. See t m KB mint-flavfurea ID leaves your teefh iparkling eyfast*. And dairy deauV Ipana will help ward off tooth decay, bctau*' reducei acid-lurnung bacuria. MASSAGE TOUR GUMS *uh Ipana. UM bsaH oeat thaf Ipana gim vour guma ufeguarJi % %  %  %  fat deniwii aav more iban half all tooih lossci ... w uvuoiea. 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I'U.I. IOI K SUNDAY ADVOCATE M sn.W. AUGUST V l!3i w FOR B.C.A.IW ITESPLA, ERSTO PRACTICE FOR B.G. TOLR Some Slningv Si'lt-vliann lly II > I.IU'I'I \ .RACJJW RESULTS AT THE GAUBUON SAVANNAH. AUGUST I. HtSI VBATKBR I K Tun. I tit Htrr CONQUER PAIN WITH M\ll.\ M \KI >—Clas. 4 -nd ( %  VUidr,,, MM <3M. MM, *50>—S'j Furlong* SWEF.T IKK KKT 1111 lbs Mr. II K. Gill Jockey Lutchman 'I raUon for the fortb-T* 2. TOPSY iZ* I LA tauu< loiinnt, low • % %  British dm..', :1 ol 3 DASHING PRINCESS 119 II JOCKC? O'Neil king meto aeco the aura^f d* IM* '•<"! %  HARl-MUTUaX; Win: *4.J". MM; •UO, M, J.2U ihut sun Vour gu< it u low* *i FORECAST: lt flu. I you hvr pel ALSO HAN: Miu Panic (128 lb... Thukellj. Ability (128 lbs.. Ques... pregnant led); Lun*ins (110 IDs Joseph); Mabouya (MB IDs., Lallimcrj, with material for breeding distrust and suspicion ihai one must be Fus Budget (III* lbs P Fletcher 1. '*2*2USSS£L-9 F.N.S., ace „..d. h.i, ,e„r n point, CONFUSION • %  "*1_W1NHBR ;i-..„,-„lu hr.l. Camunero-lnsh Rock TRAINER: Mr. J. B. Gill I DO not know if MM can avoid the i Fusion of ..sxociatI m UW B ak i n g pU ild mdkr either : two tours to Trinidad I this year I.et us look at the list oi in H The lorn-inn Marshall and Eric Atkins.ni arc entitled 'I r %  Hkini iklpDv role cap) ining Barbados sm.. lid Ida tc 11 grounds. 1 shall toy mure about this anon 'nH ll.n • MHI APOLLO 3rd H i. tlC m.iu STAKIS x ill' Numiiialrd — -l.Ott (MM. MTf, SISej —• lurUnn liEST WISHES 117 lbs. Ml C Bernard Jockey Holder I'SHKH 120 lbs. Mr. M. K I r Jockey Quisled week before the TruUOad itt rtil'HTi* INGREDIENT IS QUININE! -.cr of pain 1< *r IIM in th i af of ihrfe anil praeoa r*J.en oo*n faVBran itmperaturss last THEN RELIEVE PAIN ...AT ONCE I Hi vary htile to buy > 2-ublct envelop* of 'ANACIN*— enough to crinf fOU liit rolkd Ur.m one boui of pain AtlO In handy bo*B „, 20 ut wd ooulas ol SO tablet i lor hoovahold usa. Doctor* and denimi s. Miss K. C. Hawkins. „ ,.. .„. • Jockey P. Fl.-t.lui 2 THE EAGLE 1 20 lb.-. Mr. H tainta. Jockey Uttimer. J COLLETON 126 lbs Hon. J. li. Chandler. CroarJey, %  IME 1.361. PAH1-MUTUEI. Win >ti..*J. place: J2.34, S2.54. rOABCAaTT: $2..u8 Al^iO RAN: Pharos II (114 lbs.. uested); Dulcibella (123 lbs., LuWhman). Wood 0* COntnaSTART: Fairly Good. FINISH: Comfortable, 2 k'nutbs, hail knttth. yet thi'ough lekat teinf Dotoriety, T S Jni WINNER: 4->cn-old b.g. Sun Plant-Apronctte. D TRAINEH: Mis* K. C. attwl SO STKANt.K 'I"! i' i n erf Harold Kldnej I BII %  ol Uaa strange atpecU I id tin-..ii. i' Oral naUM rule exit the runeaUun that at tl being aske-l to lill the role of a Icfthond hUmai< in a Barbados team, irone posed thv fact that he lit i for the cap) iv. then I must await more anllgtitetung inl ... to wii.it mi., 'nigs or vices are guiding tl.e dnp delil'ii.itini.s of the local PII.(;KIM IS MILES AWAY S URELY if Barbadoa iieinled %  left hand batsman today. Tory PUniiin. tornM i. ol Iba Lod %  I now %  member of the arould have Bvw rlvala uad crtalnly Kidney woulu He ol these. td .K K Walcott, It K. Bowen. C. Atkins v iniUana, I UUnpla <>f tne balllliiK altltuilr o| th* i plaoa, U I n V. Wiiliama is to be included in .i lot lira he should be asked to captain ttM bMttn. i I clasa player in tha pnttn ii' "f invitee*. .,; i bATfl Ix.'en the ca-'e "even if people like %  .kipp.r John ( Worrell were included In the list. It would have been n beautiful gesture to have asked E. A. V. Willi.uus to Oapta U l this trim, in VHW uf Hie fact that his international kbb miei colonial cricket Is rapidly coming to a < %  %  %  That could barn Iieen a more fitting honour? B.G. H\M OASKIN CAPTAIN B RTTtSH GUIANA earlier this year appointed Berkelj OaafcLn, Inlssriiauonal and Intercolonial medium puce bOWaOT and an Old* i rn.ni than Williams, to lead British Guiana in the T< %  |i Ul Jarnalca Ha did remarkably wel' and even made a bold bid i. Uw 1952 West Indies team for Australia. I make thai in similar circumstances in Barbados lteiKrl> would not have been selected captain. Spartan seem to me to be much Binned against in tin lift M ., ,. r. D. FluUip., Spartan'. modlum-faH bowlei bo ha* j MK. IJajfe PAKI-MUTUEL: Win: I11.W PLACE nS^LSSSb W en 1 HI k.M t mv ^trh l .1 for the pant two *ea*ons with commendable en-dil for his FORECAST: *^IH.48 ", ? learn, and no doubt i with a fuU measuro of personal aatlBfacUon, Al^o RAW: Oaiiakc (121 Iba.. o'Neiij; Aberford (116 lbs Wildcrl I invited. 1 drew nttenUon aomv weeks ago to this Arunda, 101 ^8 lbs.. Quested); NotOnlte (110 lbs P "Fletclieri UidMd wnonng of Ph.lln .^^T"^^^ *h And I>.w (108 lbs., Lutchman); T.bcr.an Lady (IIH Uai |H t huus; an unfortunate coincidence that I 1.appeneo Newm.nl; Infusion (123 lbs.. Worn ,; IXildrum (101V? IK" ,.. have bei-n ut the Bay Grounds a week ago and saw for the mosi j Bcllei t' + * %  .\iellenl bowling performance by Phillips, tlnfortnn.itely. SI^H'IGOO.. Wilder). exi < | tbllig anu another It is Uvyond bis power to turn n out one hundred per can*, ni. I he Ron V ( fjgua want througn all of theso and inora In tneprei %  .. %  ., %  i-n,, It slat lid last M %  %  Dm rv. Vueang to in trulnrd lur UM I i Irn.iad In.i, .Si..., S,.,,...,. |,-..,.n. b*ttCa than sne had ever mokeu becora and mid imve a pur chanceat the classics n... Ul craOMi uju. wan inucn above the average. Vet all Ihaaa bones fail It Iba Bound .. nen Best Wiabai span lour oa> :' rUEUXCl 3 108 lbs. luw.r S'.Htu FAIR SALI.V MISS PANH . laadtwsnaM SINCK LAST YEAR'S TRAGIC DEATH OF I I 'SEPTEMBER SONG" TIIK HKI'l'TATIO.N OF TIIK LONDON BLOODSTOCK | AliKNCV LIMITED BOW BELLS MARY ANN STUDIED REFUSAL f MAINTAIN that in refusing to acknowledge tha claim oi %  bowler of tha who has figured prominently in the first |. awllng average;, fur lha %  IthsJl to glva a false 2 in |ne..ioii of Ihe opulenie of Harl.ntos bowlingj M pre.ir.. 01 U inj sight nilo Iht patt) prejudices that have robbed Barbados and the 3. VIXEN West Indies lor years now ol cnekct talent possessed by those who haJ DO trtanda at court or who hail tha leiiuiity to Incut the unrighteous TIME: l.Ot wrath of one of the Allamby'S. Mow h.ng tins state of all nrs will be j2.10. allowed to obtain in these days o. democrat y and go called euuullty of FORECAST urlvlh ... tuntty, I t 1 !l know but thenis an old saying ALSO RAN: Cross Bow (123 lbs P Flelcb ifisp II whii h 1 $8.88 OBS Bow ((23 Thlrkell): Will OTba Wl. WJ; 106 lbs. Wildcn. Dulnbrllj I IIS Ib.s. CrOMlcylT IO'IKTJVO J r ,j „ FINISH: Close, J lenph. 3 Imithi SE! N J& <->ar-old Burning BowFelkiliu. TRAINER: Hon. V. C. Gal Till Kacr: llus Bten Maintained By •DKVON MARKET. WHITE COMPANY, OSTARA, CAREFUL ANNIE, CATANIA II hit in I HartXlwtinfi* II $20,000.00 IX TKIZE MONEY OFFICIAL AGENT IN TRINIDAD MK. LOUIS 1WNTIN 135 HIAKV STRF.ET — Pori-oI-Spnin — TEL.HI-12 rid lido I I n II11 1 AT LAST ITH ragard to the C.nMon Invltei I in N S Lucas. R Hulchmson 0 M that the latter has at last been pan whether Iba KanaincUn icket. notorious r U %  b'-d'ls of the best fast bowlers and providing the grave yard i paca bowling aspiranw. will ba kind or wonleclly unkind to Edghill. I have no fault to ond with tha Empire contingent of C AUayna, 1% MUUngton, C. C. Hunte, %. Orant, W. Cam, H. K.ng and A. Holder. But I think, ',i fatrnaM lo : ports fans. I %  boutd infirm than that ion will acarceli be arnUabla, aithai foi praeUea oi Ki^ion TIME> im PARI-MUTUEI.. Win 11.70 PI -.• sT58*' fs-w* n thai praeludai any form of FORECAST $1392 i hat ..,nl pace bowler ALSO RAN; Demure (124 lbs Wilder! rbn %  might he not anointed with I WHY NOT GRANT.' WINNER: 3-year-old gr.f. Harrmvav-TnVin.V W,-^ f CANNOT undoi I the i ritaei In tha pcrtoni of TRAINER: Mr. R. H. Mayers, have lhay omitted Giant? .ooord ship in the Port of Bpain Harbour, Worse was iu follow whou alter running, last in the Trial Bl [ound \u batva bo the and. When aha I D |fl a gallop wi.n her stable mate Doldrum last w. .. oatUJ -l io eoneiude that the Darby, for her, would ba %  rapi tnion ol U bbikes. %  .->' Bllop, at a vef3 a nunAjihougb -:a nn u n ad aorkoui one could not azsaei thai at lull gaiiop o\ei tha nine turtocufj in Dan i course she wmiid do anjuuhg %  ptfltaruhir. H unbv kit uui r. and M aba cama ilha oeroy wun iba si tnat sucu improvement COUtd nuisicr in u.e nun iCldad UUI aha lllu^l nave a cnant.bna nuuie oi ,t only arDM UM truly grei i in on, Bna baat Iharn, in ny opinion, ball m. Being a live running ally she nUtaa IhC htgllUlllll FINISH: Comfortable, 2 lengths, half length CTDta Ro-Us lolloweu he; and Ibar, 11 . IgjUaVd Uiuu..i up lbe rear in thai ordei. Bltwaan lha live and tha Join rU-Lo Wa naken up ioi wnai Ii okad like %  do cua rush tor tha front, it soon CrOM Roadl later want up M U to lake oil Li tVtshes. sinturvu I I Lfcangi and on aniartng tha %  tntofa ^ two langtbl lo UM gooo when Utnar made his bid. Well limed b. nw rider guested he ,ame with a goiKl run lo Batch Uoktat OQ Bl I Jockey Joseph Wishes VflU ITOnpad as ne sought to gtva lha nlly as easy Croaale] % %  race as possible. She was than i 1 although Uaher Mr. A, P Cox, Jockey Thlrkell. vonUnued to gain she held him olf until tha winning pole wal P I and saw 1471 B I could hardly babava My Iriend next to me actually caine out a liflh U I i nave heaui that gucsteu mopped nut whip and thai Crooi Roadi lost a shoe. That was inueed untortunat-. But ,1 anyone asked nuto say which horse in the Derby had t<> overcome tha moat dUBculUea i would unhcaibiliiiKly say it %., r. V. i he ncrvdlble part about it all. Ol MCh fll lUtiaa la the made up. The Hon. v. c OaJa ba baan training horaaa mntmUiWr now for thirty years or moie. Thai *•* VaCtory. Never was such a well deserved bonoui earnad m a more dlflteult manner it la hinng that bo won n with ibe beai creota fljij tiut baa aval passed through his stable. T*HB WINNING of the Derby wltb puoh .. grand lilly is also a signal .,., nono „ ur tu ihc P*-l"ey inii m ,.{ o^^. Wishes. Mr. Cyril Barnard of St. Vincent. By Burning Bow (dead) out of Fclicilas. by Colorado Kid out of Happier, by Flamingo. Best Wishes pedigree combines an excellent mixture of speed and stamina witli some good class winners and datna i I %  Innan In afraland in thu top and bottom. Yet after the arrival f BOV, Bella one was tempted to think that Burning Bow Blight turn out to be a sire of good sprinters MART: Fair ttNHBR: 4-year-old br.f. Pay Up-Baehelnra Drei 1'RAINER: Mr. M. E. H. Bourne SUi Race: SI MM UK STAKES— ('UM t A (H30a. $150. $50)7'^ Furlnngi I LUNWAYS .. Idl |fl M.. K. I> : .... 118 lbs. Ill lbs. M Close } length. Head. racini; gantB lith ataea i IKAFALCAR STAKES —Claaa n A I_IIH fn ($200. $150. 550— 5i j Furlongs Halliard. Jockey Hold. 130 lbs. 125 lbs 115 lbs. |. PARl-MUTUEL: ft, C. Bethcll Jockey Yvonet Mr. G. V. Marshall. Jockey Josepii $2 22; Place $1.38, $1.44 ); Suntone (HB ll>s 4115 lbs. Quested); Clementiii %  ',' ~ "'* %  "<"•">>* now nuiiiu turn our ;o oe sire or good sprinters only. Best Wishes has certainly ..-.< ... hi d UUS belirf for good and all. It is to be hoped that I .: we shall indeed see SIIMU In "ave told the selectors of h sterling batting parfbrmancaa which by a conacnaua ot responsible opinion, hava M rery consJoes'aUon azd encouragement 1 at the hat Ml 9 lly, I am sure that he will ba the hist to admit lhal h Rnda himself unable to devote his best r .iiri aven to club cricket rurtharmore ratarcolonlal cricket. At continue to win their second ,i mere team far the past three teams were to beat .._ shall indeed see her at her best. The rest of the racing aaw a fair measure of upsets and favourites coming home. The Stew H won ( air | y Rebate on whom. I thought. Quoted gave us aj good a display o"f loekeyship aj we have -r a. 1 *i. in ran I .llv but aa soon as I saw her being rated and then having a JO a; Droke's Drum and then being rated again I fell that she would not be in it. Had She been allowed to run freely throughout I think vc would have Men a better race between baraaU ttd Rabate. %  II %  %  ,;,u i" ' %  %  %  %  %  %  plendld ahov put up by fuV n\. %  ni this A class race. However her weight was I'ght u nd ihe had d more or less easy at the beginning. Gun Site alao r.->n belter than la (123 lbs.. Quested); expected but l was disappomtcd With Atomk II The START pjfr 1-^,1x1 £2E2H ,nado no sl, w nX " : "" "• ">tt would, not tart: Dronerlv !: Close, half length, half length. T^HE S.i.n,,,., Sl..k. attracted %  final ,-,iv ,!| [^Jn Tins is just above the total ir ,.. „ n;indl( in com l fort and oven tins amount gave the impression thai if the same nee STAFFORD STAKES—(la- It &. Lower—$1,000 l$335. $165. $55>—5'.. Furlongs AS8XSB* 124 lbs Mr D v SJocke y Vvonet LANDMARK 1 33 bs, Mr. V. Chase Jockcv ONeil 1 ^^'N QUEEN 1 33 lbs Mr J. W Chandler X •QBOJ numuer of points as the i B bran irregul.H to pfOTi that this I Bwordnah and Snappers hav< %  acond round get.-, underway. In the first round, Siiappers beat HaiTison College. Harrison Collage defeated Swurdflsh and Swordflafa Won th.-n match aol pera. in other words each of these teams were baatan once. They must round games, for if any ,,f the weaker or two of this trio it might weU give the third GREENE EXCLUDED 1 THOUGHT th. t I Id have been added to Police's .. but I hava no quarrel in this reaped Income I think thai Greene could C'-ccly find a place in .. Ha: bado t-.m at piescn* Intermediate cricket Circles Will ba pleased to cee C. Best of Mental Hospital haa been included ir. tne invitees ,He is a *i ry am, ---ni wtekes keepi %  %  %  tve babanan, and ajwildl be enootu a THE Wl IK S WATER POLO J, 'T^HE last two games of the hist round of the men's competition S Swere played tinwee k Flying Wah won their aacond game so far d>i Ihe season by defeating Whlpporaya b> the easy margin of Ova ;• all to love: Uw Other %  11 irison College fixture S by Harrison College. This i-n :h.,' H.nrison College. team the cup. Tlic second round should prove "to be very exciting as several of the weaker teamh..vdeflnltely Improved since the including Bow Bel .•urlong and was showing no alpu of weakening the race looked all "Vac. But at tins point Bow fi. %  vertng ground at such season began just under two months ngo. T AWAITING WOKD "-xact date of the forthcoming visit of a Barbadian mixed team to Trinidad Is not yet known The Barbados association are awaiting a reply from Trinidad. Barbados has suggested September i3th to 22nd, but t is understood that Trinidad may favour October. Trinidad |l expected lo reply in a fi\v daya time Meanwhile the Barbados learns are preparing. Practice matches are being held twice B week and several of the thirty-six practice are doing extra swimming in an effort to be on top form •hould the tour ufixed for September. The men's t. am is shaping well, but the ladies still require lots o' practice in swimming, shooting and general bail control. However with the continuous practices mat the association has planned, these points should be ironed out by the lime the team is reinv to sail. u-as run over again, rive Urnes oi more, a different result would be ..aincd on each occasion. Othsrwissj ; .., ;| cIcvw race v AK h M, i !" m n ' r manoeuvring y Abraham Joseph. But I mu v clc;iI 7 llv n fnZ£i C TVf !fi tht JOCk ^ n lh an - 10 >louday 20lli Aiignsl. I!.l GOTH DAYS INCLUSIVE. IN ORDER TO GIVE OUR WORKSHOP STAFF THEIR ANNUAL VACATION. 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SUNDAY, \i (.1ST 5. ltsi si M)\V AllVOt Ml PAGC FIVE Kama Wins Inter-Club Midsummer Races K.O. Competition THE EVENTS nan BACE nm m By P.A.V. BARNA DEFEATFD EVERTON at Mairirn Slakes Doldrum, Mr N. M lnni*(' the^tnut llllv WM •crMch. %  •i .IPt. on ,„ ,0^ „,„ „. ilh Mabo „ W't-dn^-ciav mxhi for Ihe Inler-Cluh Knock Out Tabk leading Tha F ur sets were plavtd Evert..n. already !" )" *1 thi pmitfon untiliw MIwon this Haitu,spct-Ualors a n-l-coming pla>er. ouiiBrt member of the 1 i. S b-.:tle Howard ant! vho rut them bar*, on some ocoi...**i-. •,.,-On lasiona froin below the table ?MU.>U H.ii I I thi mndr nnMbe* look dmpli Planters' Slakes turn. Greenidge was not tu be A field of five started. Betsi pped from smashing and hi Epicuie. April Flowers and Fi Flight having been "traiched. point Coming around the bend. Topsv and Dashing PraMMa made a strung bid but could nut overtake Sweet Rocket piloted bv Lutc'iman. Thli illly raced up the straight to win by a M lenaih rn ess Tle it.** interesting compotigot most of hipoints tion nf the l*al Table Tennis fashion. He won Ihe game 21 l(i ,.* also aurieu un W.dto defeat Murray 3—1. allmThe sets were eveti %  Inn lions %  i champion. Doubles match waa played. Louis Two boai >:<>ute and Greenidge (Bai J Btently p...RMI Norman Gill and Se.ile. Thh moted, were seen in action. The was Everlon's only hop* * netmajorib arete iresting the trophy. The II sive. The older |dB*en had the won by three straight M them. One by one the 13, 21 — 17 and 21—IT. On Hit %  Minim iins" weie forrM to other hand if Everton hod "hang up their rartn rtt match of the Everton —Barna fixture was between Joe irniu and Clyde Seale. Defensive Pla>er In the first g;u i.he first five ponle went to Hoad DuUibella (Lulchinati op) iiulekly hustled to the waa in tins pofttueri a hen the horiI time. foUovre i bj Pharoa n art n Collcton ,i citato third Nrnriiig the live furlong pole Col let on moved up to uiee level with Pharoa IL rheae bunched with DuUibella M the i. pn-aehed the next i">le Soon after Lutchman again urged DuietbflUa to take tha lead, but an exchange of places took place -is the field noured the clock, and The Kafile (lAttlniCr up* U) Ha arm runnini well bul down tha The next singles match Jf^ j sttatfhl for home Apollo %  been moving up iti %  %  thrmigh with a good • take tha %  ; the judge twi %  .%  Hid pl.i-e j',-1 hall .i length In Ironi %  •( l i Wits match Gill would moat likely have defeated Howard in lh< citifies to win the trophv f.>r HJ side. I.iltlc OppBatVaM TII1RU KACL Bnrbado* Derby Stakes and Cup This race was run ove: lunu s Five horses faced the starter ail Soprano and Waterbell .ne m ratchad, The Held got ort to a good start with Hist Wi-h. H0ld< next ... ivho appeared a very tOUnd dabetween Louis ItOUta and BlaL also able Murray (Everton). Muiraj oflWto cut back the ball with ed very little opposition in :hc much spin to Scale This worfirst ganu .wvrOn Had Baala and BtcaU %  howi thcr Into the lead. Sarvlca changtake advantage of lha 19—8 in his favour and ha Ha tried to make the R went on to win 21—12. aa inlerestinK as ajeaalfala I The second game saw Scale the next two games 11—14. 21—' taking an early lead. Hoad how10 I I • ever brought honours even at five favour of Barna. n waa not ne' all. Uy the end of the next five ternary to play the Anal ilngMa Hoad was in the land bul match bat wan 01U and Howard Scale, who went back to defenOf the elimination matcfaaa loi sive play, soon brought honourn the Island Championship the even. moat interesting WM the match The score was 16 each when between Ptiillips and Gibson Scale, with two beautiful forePhillips won the tlrst t* hand %  mashes, took it to 18—16 but in the third game Oibai in his tough opponent. After the game ,i> to put up Hpa 21-19. Philliptool %  \\-a good flaht before he won 27— ly lead in lha toarth %  ' %  u,,m '"' [ """ 25. *on He dafaaat Oil n II -""' Ba WWasa, foUowod %  With honours now even it 18. 21—17, 18—21 and SI -M CrO I could i %  > thai Saala Othac ptayan to be aUmlnatad third poatU had more coniiiit m itrokca, from thla com u adUon were SampB W tept the load all tha His forehand slams were more son who was beaten by Malcolm way. On reaching the accurate and >. % %  constanth |r.eMurra\ 21 If, 80 12. 21 14, long) poll CrOBI Road pllotad bj lrated Head's defence, lie placed 21 —17; Edey. beaten l.\ S'uelds Dutchman tried to ova-Tl idem beautifully ai"ound the la21—10, Jl—1". 21 — 17 and Smith" ble. Service changed at 17 R in defeated by Humphrey 21 —ID. his favour and Hoad. who now 19—21. 21—17 and 27—2.'.. seemed to be a bit nrvy. was ___.„ .. beaten 21 13 or ,,M '"" l t,me '" ln '* m **" was more stubborn in tow or local Table TjHUUS an the fourth game Pi %  be< HP 1 ? < hampionship for ladles, ginning he attacked with fore and back hand sma Scale clubs — Bai anuuhes. took it to 18-16 but in the third game OibSOfl "'"'. '", **'" ; ,;; ^':" %  is favour Hoad p.ov,, i .fought bad. and ££fhl P<.lnts %  'he >e^ '' y< %  <> ''',,-• H opponent. After the game even. Ha went on to defeat I'h.l* • l, M ,"" "**"'* l 'l"*L % .College—ha coiniH'tltion. • %  • %  daland Barvlca changed at *^* 4—1 In his favour and he kept *ni UM laad throughout. Although T ^ e Baala Mad to stage a come-back mion in MM latter stages he was evenon Monday morning at H o'clock tunlly beolcn 21 — 13. The following games will l.e playfifth and dceiaive game ^ Mi „ P rfoward n BUM | ite with his Vu ,, iK Mlss K uy nor vs Mi*. H S. sic took Wimams or Mlsa J. Hill. Ulsa J ,M B ^ t vs Mint Joan Humphrey, Ml S. P, filly but was shaken ofl hallenge .. Catania and Flieux ing a field of eleven THt> **' • off to a E Low (Lntehman time lnlusion a with Tiberi..n Lady thl The lie!, until they reaclu-a th* l": l pole. Ther* was then ehanae of places. Not on ite and M avgf i>y the easel the home and Lunways came m on Ba< side and caught the eyes ot lot judge* first, hall length ah* Fair S:ilty v. ho hen! Mif 1 head. SIXTH MCE Trnfalnr Slakes night %  da* 11 %  %  ... start and %  %  >• into U 1 Mary Ann. VvoQCl up. get well t' Ihe lor* and held on to tin .'id nearlng lha rioch when It,,* Belli (WOl ahalstngad. As ua ('own the hotna stieteh. Bow Hell^ % % % % %  %  \ lad ft a %  d Ihe lead lo *" D I than the record she put up in tha '.i ii i Ann • in Uua rai %  • t i SFVKNTII BACK Slafford Btekca High And Low and T % % %  : art Harroween (Y N pv le i making ei i l nh [ one Sun Queen piloted >-> and Hed Cheek'. [Holdai were then running se. third rtapectlvel) They rac* %  • ,. fur' H pole %  i i Idan bj (>'N. :' but I I to oeeri %  I up to i rich inne, i.v %  h-maii Landmark arho d Quai '! v(..>. I nun 8) i mln %  |84fl AUG. 5 — NO. 183 The Topic of Last Week TRU-FORM FLEXIBLE FOOTWEAR FOR CHILDREN IDEAL FOR GROWING FEET MADE BY BRITISH CRAFTSMEN BACKED KY OVER FIFTY YEARS EXPERIENCE SUPPLIED BY YOUR LEADING STORES %  m •plr -4> IIX tf H"rt AH a II* p %  %  Thr i-oiuicil fif Millifir Two hundred IhmnaiHt proplp H I %  %  .. %  ..i jiii *.• Bapn im% %  > mi aa m %  %  .br*! irll II•M rt.i i. Mar* I naitrl. p i. . r. •'nidi %  .hinr %  v. aa WitU lltl hrni i. UHlu tad land a *•* un* %  %  !! nh FnrtfUrd PtraMt T;IE %  Usher %  at and % %  IM4M mr.i-t.uw nt a nP-b-boh* the :ee,.rd held ).% -W atei. I e Hoad was not as smashes as pi an early lead and Seale won thll 18 lo < lain the id 8nc put Everton one up Very KaM (iiiiiic I MlSS W. PlIgTl! Miss J. Bryani. Klsi A Road v\ Mi-.. S Fa muni. M'* 1 %  Howam vs Miss M. Havnes or Ml Campbell QraarUdgaj (Bamal Coatella, Miss M. W<-.l v Mia [urray In the seejean Humphrey or Miss .) Clarke ond set. The first game, typical -tK l Miss M. Manning vs MiP. ol Grevnidge, l*gan verv fast K.imphrey <>r Miis E Daniel. Greenidge took the service hut %  ' %  %  "'' Pbtn' : if the -, ,_. Cnctei Today Greenidge hewed down Mum %  with a barrage of foreA cricket match will !* %  played Benrloe I al ..t tha Boutherland gnmnd. St. 12—8 in his favour and he went Luey between the Boutherland came Into the picture to make A on to "iti 21-18. Club and Mr, DePeza't team tof()| )h(> ]( 1( i S[ll :ilH i Flleuxe. The second game was a walk day Play will begin pun.tuidly f( uffnt () „. i.vei %  l..i GreenWge who lead from %  •L?-" 1 ,. ,, „,, 'the straight fr>| I ISIS broughrapptauie fnm, and E. Cox. Trom ^5,^ in 1930 M i i; i ii RACE Stewards' Stake* Only Hui 'ed in this race and the remfllnliiL tnntt tvera soon nfl. lAilrhmati quickly hustled Plleuxea lo II* and when the %  ,, tandi for the ISrut time she was slight] of Drake's DTUBI and BUaabathan who were ehnlletiginr vat bornly. There was some /xchansof plares soon alter thll bttl tha leader maintain' until the held again made some change! nenring the dock i leafed liKth IMayors Invili'il To Prftcttce The Uarban through their Selection Con roliowii players to praetlce m prapaaeiueti K>r the f.>rthroming Mm lo British (itiiana. Waaderers <(. <. ProVei N. E. Marshall. E. Atk Skinner ;,n,l T N. PclTCi l-ukwlek C.C. A G. L WWKI. T S. Blrkett, ELQ Moan, it i> Kidney and W. %  %  SparUn VV K 1 11. K. liowen. (* Alklm mid K. A V Williams. LKmpIre t .<'. C AUeyi I llngton. C ( Hun-' Oro I W Cave, il Ring in > A lloldei ( ..mhermrrr 0 H F King. I -jrllan ( N S Lui I. H Hutohtneon, ai n %  HarrlMHi < ollese j W Smith %  "•hoe < %  < %  a MI .i.hsw V.M.P.<-. K A Brwriker Menlil lloipltal C. Best. B.0.L O, Bevker. : i*|v nil iiii.1 ih* ht.tr • it BSH m l.ri qunrlrr Cial %  Roaaii nUWrW la loll ihr llftirHon LHtial %  '."i lirufcr spomored by J & R BAKERIES ma ken of ENRICHED BREAD and the blendcn of J & R RUM Gelling Up Nights Makes Men Old Ortllni Up alfhta, t irnlng %  >ii*alli>n of <-% %  wiiiti-n Si1 I.Lirr--. 'l'jll %  '•• %  ( !' %  -• pf >>| in. ajroln an.) lr I'Blna r.-rv-uinoi. • Mkn- ana losi of manlt vlfuur .(• Mu>*4 by • dUWIiOf !".. I'roi'ata Ulied fa M| Imporliiil trt • ft nil In mn I TJ Oir'toma lh. lrnuM>* In It hour, and q in. Mv fil-r* vlfmr and hMllh tft,k !> %  • i Bf %  "lanllfldliinv.-y %  >ou hav iifT.i-.| !•• %  • la (uamrn.d (• %  •! > ou rlftil. I raln.iicrftlai-.Lir l-r.*-\i Olni .1 Tu 1.-1 10 lo :o y — ra yountf or moraj I ( -k ..-%  •ftta* from )ur chiaiii ;• lu.ram.pfAMtS you. IT'S HEW (ID ITS HEWS I rn powr'7eph\r Si\' I ip' instantly lovD I PCM 'Five-Star' cat' Like ils Msier-moikl. the BM Six' ci'mhinc* -/'/ the HHHIwanted u-aliirr* of m. struct ion and iviinrmnncc. at a new '!" onceaunight-afur Ideal, habacoflH i thrnUng/ari •8TAR' FEATURES OF THE ZEPHVR S. # Valve .f.hs.d I., "(! %  bhpl $Uptrirong. w'ct fittuno| All Swel Welded I Connruoton. ft Canue-ilung teiln| . re.n'ul. fefeUaBJ *Coll-prin Indvpcndant Fron Wheet Suip*r dawftle-o. W| ihock absorbtn. ft Inuaet-oction. imOOth-lTOppirlg Hl8Paa8k Bufc IIVE-STAI." zcPHVR m eXrirgd, hindMHTtc .ition Aft is a the gn..i '/cplnr ,:n. aon'. %  torlng. ; INCLUDE: •TiilMr -on; bu.lt-ii A:.D CONSUL! OPERATION WOULD 1 ENGLAND BERMUDA NEW SENSATIONAL CAR-WAX SWEEPS THE COUNTRY! m It keeps Car-Plait Ii a Wax — wa always glvtt lastint shins ind protaclicn. Guirmtiad lo contain m abraiivii. Vour moniy back il nal complitaly satisfied. proved (hat Car-Piste givei their car i genume was timsn. ihr bnghtnt ahine, the mat )ating proteenon —it ao ] U 'i -rrcad Csr-Plate on %  clean cr. let dry — then *ipe lightly Thai i til' No rubbing *ith Carl'lJtc — *o quirt and etiy %  child csn do II And thai beautiful gkn i slto pout oat*l be-t protection agiin.t the ill i u p. run a^J gf.me There'* le --tekanen — anoccationa) wathing rhM i i acc na n You'w arm %  ydaag ag bnlluni J a Car I'IJIC iinih — J .imenJl>fighi and weh depth u( J.-r Car-PliU' (. .weepinic the -ountry l reg iv\M t If vou're out of wrtv take a |[la of FN')' 1 I ; rutl Salt in Ihe inoniing. BNO'S will leep you regular—for it i* a gentle laxative and mitJ. antacid, good for ihe liver and settling to the • tofliach. Thua END'S I iTafl Salt clear* away iinpurme* that mike you feel dull and heavy. lake your Fnui Sail in the morning. cvcr> mornir^. "'l !'*& Afavk SHIRTS BRITISH GUIANA LEEWARD AND WINDWARD ISLANDS THE BAHAMAS BARBADOS "YOUR ELITE SHIRTS ARE GOING PLACES WORLD FAMOUS TRUBENISED COLLARS SoieA 9 an.s T. GEDDES GRANT LIMITED



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PAI'.f iX SL'NOAV ADVOCATE SI SDAV. Al GUST 5, l'Ol Cold Climate Mitford —Takes A Warm Bath Ouidu Bluckiiiaii Singh To Cheering Audit-netEJECTED TENANTS GET SPOTS AT BAY ESTATE New B-i.k. ' (.1 nhi.l MAL(()L>I IHOMMIN mi rn.i-.siNo D> NANCY MITIOiil) Hasmsli Hamilton IIH U. ',t> tIB cn„i p :.. "! hUjtl I illHi h I ck> th* aYsUlanl ;> i-"l earlier ndvt rnj the eccenlihl<>-r.i!l... ol Ihe British aristocracy. The story of Tinbles*ins is ma* have %  %  oroe w h a i English fir) o> %  want lob oflet ceremony by Chi rlcs Edouard. a temKtuous French marquis in ilaiul tor the war. She presents him with an heir, an od.ous Itt%  V When peace returns I i fo tu y. marquis He mm | ones. One*, fa madly m love wuh I n of French life Tin 1 rantt, el of this %  .. mmp %  ipji %  .. . modes in it;, salOOfsS, She ll foil with ihe imooih. tn grace foes %  I Jell U I l %  : % %  E Chrtot. ; IrUon Of Bid %  I %  i. :;iil In do hut return 1 ol %  riUlanl duci I 'Hill younj| man named Huflhie • %  : %  II day fa i • % %  • %  %  ttMi • no llliMI:.. In thi i %  %  %  'i hint that turn over. %  new laei rot rely oa it ii I ... t .Grace. %  ,,:. %  suit." Exuberant sjitre, ability to I %  and fareai vm'i i. The ,, %  -ju-im.l Ti It is iTT vary well fi ctupid ajirl. dreartaat charm in ttaa OBOtl .lobhlsh due bUsd ni onnnkinifr Rut when U |f*j ford resins to shareQrae**i yonglt-tyeti enUiusdasou are arc .. ASCY MITFORD. entitled to i I such is tn %  %  of ri % %  'potiuc perdu .L p|' we are I high society panned bj i sot what tseva been < \uerl. FUUV i i. va In the Cold Climate In a warm %  nit: WIND AMI ffaU FLAlll By Mini-. Sperber. \\ nichl %  1 hi %  !.!!; i THEM iny novels aiiout the dlsdlusloned (U'IIr i • This is one ol I In lone. %  it ha* many characters fiat are hard rid harder bo *•*• member, liul it over 1 I odieapa because ol da painfully topical Internal of the Ihama, lha powar
lurrd by Dollfuss troops The dialogue between Stetten and %  prelate who holds the wou n ded man's life in his power ll tlie most eloquent statement of what this book bclicvt-s: no ide;,t is worth the sacrifice of the scent of ik single Mower—to Bay nothing of the life of a nun.' Jl IHJMENT UN DELTf lti:v rtv I ri. Ambler HodaVr and Stoimhton. Hi. MI %  ;,!. ....... WHEN Foster, a British Jouinaltst. arrives in an Iron Curt in eapital to cover the trial of Vordan IX-ltchev he supposes it wdl be .simply another of those stock UOM of gn old-timsocial democrat leader who h.i his usefulness to Moscow kaita enced readers of Amblei will be able to restTBln their s finding there Is nothing simple about the affair. If Postal .stumbles upon a corpse, that, after all, is only what i.n inquisitive BtWsn rnual estpacl in an Ambler story. When I %  % %  %  .-i equivocal character nameu Georghi Pashik, who wears a tight seersucker suit and can black despatch case, he ought to know that the despatch I tains only a stale meat and a revolver. And he ought not to assume that Georghi Is J pulit.cal wrong 'un merely because hi. conduct Is so furtive. The applause that welcome. Ambler back Ui the old stand after years of absence would hawi been able to maintain tin* Ml pense created In the Unit ,h.ipt--i of this Dew thriller • 1 nUIGHT A STAR. B> Thwouu Flrbank. Ilaxrap 10a. 8d. ?4a pages. "Farming and fighting arc very old occupations." says the author of I bought u Mountain in this record of one soldier's war. IN HI* TRI E CENTRE. I|> ArneM llaskell. A and C. Black. 21s. 32S pagea. My life for Ihe ballet" might be the motto of these rcniiniscenses of a patro". saint of idler's Wells g> A TRAVELLER fN VENICE Ry IK-rek Fatmore. Mrlhuen. 15-. 183 psgea. Not the best, but the most up-to-date, report ci, what rani] Ilka. FABLES FOR OCR TIME By James Thurber. Ilamlsh llaniUUm. 12a. i;d ()ne volume now houses the famous illustrated fables with their surprising morals, and also Thurber's own view of famous poems like Curlew Must Not Ring To-night. Werld Capyrtiht Reserved —L.E.K. %  Miss On: bori soprano singer. and time and ajaln the1 she santf at Combermei. Rail on Friday night .1 I lOglllR lil Leaeue The Ron, Th.Chief J Allan CcJIymore who ui-. recital told the audience he had heard much singing, but none so sweet and vibrant as Miss BlackMiss Blackmail sang for more than an hot;-: with only about four minutes ihternu-sion Dal paaaaj Shorn*, i %  the pieces she liked by Brahms. "•Ru!|Sussliebehcn" and "O Liebliche Wargen" and the hush she caused when she wanl .you fill me with % %  %  rings of claps which followed. NN What was striking throughout her singing was In On her long programme wert"Depuis 1-e .h.ur lUiulse) by Charpenller. Charmant Olseau (La Pcrle du Brest I) by David. "When Cells Sinn*' by Moir. "A Spirit flower" by Campbell-Tlj i.n. A Birthday" by Woodman and the KnJrl'uals "Done Written Down My Name" by Johnson. "O !>eter Oo Ring-adem I: I i lelgh and "New Horn Again" by llellman. The BttdlatlOt liked the spirituals heal Miss IHackman did lime to sing all the "Encores". i %  the end she sang two The one which was most touching as The Lord's Prayer Mi wlnrton Haekatt, oreanhrt .,: S' Paul's, ni-compatiled her. BAND CONCERT AT QUEEN'S PARK The usual monthly Sunday Concert will take place thi under the direction of Capt. C. IT Raison at Queen's Park beginning at 4.30 p.m. Tschaikow-k s %  Lake Ballet Music and two sacred songs by .1 B Bach will feature on the proajrarnme which follows: Grand March—"Whitehall" Prank IVrtphl Overtun Ballet Music—"Swan I tki —TschalJ Valse -"Dansc of the Swans" — Hungarinn Dance Morceau—"Braga'l S. j m (Angels larenadej Loiter Gavotte—Hearts and Pfc Pi baal btt> •' %  < bUdren'l Dance ~-Colerld0e-Tatilor Two Bacrad PI "Mi Heart ever Tn. i "Sheep may safely Oraxe" ; sBeck Ballad Bait "Squires Popular Songs'* — Ord IfanST Hymns: The Lord is my Shepherd —tune Cremo^d The King of Love my Shepherd is 1P7 A. H. M God .Save Thr King %  of the Housing Board Informed the Board yaeteiday that he was regularly being offered bribes from people who want to ge' house spots at the Bay Estate oplo da not i. noaey to the stalf," he •uiii. "would not h.-lp ll, tu to obtairi house spots" lha ..ffers, he said, were not made with an ill | oxiety to obtain a spo;. But it will harm rather tha-i l-.elp their cause." he said After telling the Board that he the suggestion*, which were implied with ih forced t > lake their houses to UMUltabl* spots or to other congested area Although this type of MlatajKN strictly not "slum clean i Is necessary in order to prevent lurthcr deterioration of exi-tm : conditions. MemlH-i. who attendi-d the meeting ol the Selection of 'IV* ant. Committee held on July 1-i were Mr. John llcklcs. ChalrrM Mr H A. Tudor and Mi. M t Oox, The Board received a latter from the Acting Financial QV mf irnuns the Board that the Oo% tl ioi-.ti-E\eeutivr ('..mmittee bai npproved the reeooirnesxlatlt i that the recently erected toreroomed house* st the Baj an I line Estates be rented of $150 po r week. The lettei added that the Committee agree i that the subsidy on rent should not exceed SO per cent, in future. The Board will recommend t*i ('< > nineiit that house spots at the Pine Estate should be rented ut tl 90 per quarter. The Board began consideration f the question of erectn imunal baths at the Bay Estate. The Director of Medical Service-^ Bxprt ad the opinion that Mptlfl tanks should be used and s commit!'.' was appointed to consld>It and make recommendations ti the Board. The members of th Coiiui /lee are Hon. V. C. Hutsn 1 i . ; tor ol Medical BervtcM Mr. H. Connell. Mr. Went and the Se cu lar] Applicution Rejected The Fundamental Ba|>-* i hunji win not be ailoa a branch church at the Bay Estate. The Fundamental Bapti-t made an application to be allowed to put a church there, but it WM felt that preference should bS (Ivan to houses. I to be put at the Pine shstate, thi %  will have to %  apnrovad by them The Board gave permission to the Transport Board to allow the bus concessionaire of I I bus service to the Pit.. laleta. Will Resume Rotation WASHINGTON. AUK 4 The Army announce.: that limited rotation <-i %  :n Baptanbei on worldwkii beat Troops fViting in K already bl I In S >p tember the Army said rotatioi a here. APPOINTED VATICAN CITA' Aug 3 A Ba ion f"i Un %  i t? the f altl m Pi day nomn I Heverenlyukl Fu %  %  Kyoto. Japan as Resident Bfsho I Youl DP J--7.es s '-r^'^Nj Bourn-vita ^OMIHO (^weiirt&XJg^ \^M^/ • Powdtr Caihoacri Bougutt F ... so vtlfcty sasooih .,. dtllcstslj psrfumrd ... clings softly for hours and hours, gl>lng you that natural vltld look. &•''".:.7 (%4&wt *18<>a4*£~ FACI rowofii rOW THAT IIAIURAl VfVK) 100K BACKACHE IS YOUR a WARNING' H.< k.dh u.u.11. IU fir.1 sipi of Kklr. Troabl*. TV k.,1,,*.. H th* bWod'. i.li. Wrwa ili. fri mil ol oroW. kuload of purr. Irnh Mood fUwiai lo ... mm** ami !" l, T*V blood >lfr.in || linn -mi %  ilr poiioniand acidi. Thrn vou fovl rotton. 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Sl*NDAY, AIT.rsT 5. !95l Sl'NI) \N \l>\iK ATT 1' VGI *i \ i \ \i Tini .in in.. In London, They Xeed The Story Of Mary Magdalene The Padding Uy .. H. It is very seldom thai the theatres in Barbados show any %  ; films, some of which are well worth seeing, and KB ui thil island ,vt bf> ,n '' poorer for not well them. This week-end. the first foreign film lu be Shown in -six monl preaentvd at llw Plaza—THE SINNER *>r \! A(..DALA--et Mexican production depicting the story .: y Magdalene, whose deep k\'e for Our Lord Jesus Christ completely changed her mode of life and made her one of hit roost devoted followers. Admittedly. Mr. Torres, who scene*, is profoundly affect tug. produced and directed the rtlni, Liiif Alcorlra'.i portrayal of iissumed %  prodigious task when Christ Is one of deep religious he decided to Dim this New Testafeeling und sincerity, but 1 could maM story, and %  pulling nener.ilnet help wishing Uui the cene ly. he has been highly successful, in which our Lord puts the money spared, and changers out of the Temple and abounding in overturns the tables, had been luxury and llTllhneaa M well as shown. In order to reveal %  Bother, those m which simplicity is tlie vide of His character. 11 amps; wrUt-lensth keynote. It must be remembered ness and occasional under are white theatre gloves; horsehair though, that the techniques emnever shown, with the result that jthl iffCW ennobne embroider v. ployed by foreign dneetors, in the personality, which is full Of embroidered ribbon used fur somo cases, differ from those lo tenderness and humility, ut almost trimmtaf and the "11151 Fascimi*ich we have become accustomdocile. Mary Ma#tltk tor." which is a shaped f.tee v.il. '."'. Th .is is particularly evident in 1> played according to the worn with a jewelled evening cp or aloni By KILKEM ASCKOaT THE Autumn Londoner. 1M1. will be a creature of runes and feminine frill? Fuller skirl.' are back and bust and 1 uplines empautsafa tiny waists. Crinoline styles are uminous pcttiouats or horse-luii hip cages. Helena QerTrrs launches a "ISth-nb" corset with padded hips to emphasise this new curved line. Her collection includes restaurant smti in velvet and li worsted dresses with matching lecketa for autumn street wear which later go under fur esati Colours are the rich hlue*. gree' and reds of Goth clow*. New accessories are I pearl dog collars, paste clips foi Man A6out%wn %  Ver thouxht to el*-, b ..charm—the <•—d bviighi old sewing mart he quiet content of high %  eon Machine as far back as rrfl years or thereabouts, can bi An Oasi it modernised, streamline^ br.KigOU heart of Town—the Flying Fisn bang up to date with an •! %  trie ( lob Where 'tie ruxtle of Ull motor attachment from tm> S.ngUunboca, ua sun-splashed chairSewing Machine Co This :he arirroroel glittennu %  rkable Company' *r and luiKheon con luiionu.-d tha % %  ^et harmony of it all invites ith the advent of the Si iger to enjoy moments of dreyn-liko %  wing machine, rrumnurs un.etsure: to partake of aandwictv challenged in the Held of sewing church winNothing h there ore scenes For insl I in their Ivi suppl have noa %  of ii boon live times greater thitn you're accustomed to rind ''. !" P|" ure "f* originally I,nes that are mmpletcly in dresses in swathed cobweb silk %  ** n S j wn n / ,h a ^J 1 *" harmony. Jerseys. There is Spanish inspira'ound-track dubbed ,n. which, (ton in the colours and embroWthough exUaorclu erj and well syni Spanish influcnee appears too ... auluinn Mali. Velvet is Ullportalt ti.dcgue and action wh.~.. glowing jewel shades and \ %  *" in scenes of the Magda^ rsak _j r _f."_ d the Yacht Club end e to Hie Aquatic Club 1 and most atu Suites. The large ra cool and cotnfortibi) I witb cedar fi luautyrcst betts. Early n ling lea and full ... i. tughhghts the Oue^t Mere in UM qmet luxury hi pnera low t i, your own n which to A davs with the knowl%  t meals, at any reasonJ. .! %  hour, ar\available in the .. |uatk Club Dining Room—le** Shepherd 4 Co. Ltd have n | , ., N : v-eKds stride Wo p'^ 1 rt A f Suites are presently av.nlhigcily aWe ^, Kl v ,„, .,.,. inviirti to ph 4Hl, and long wool Gaberdines the %  raaring 48fi Aage Thaarup' and Edward Harlene's earlier life vane are both using long silky bearskin felts. Sincerity, reverence Brown will be top winter .shade. Insight inta character!; and to complement it Harvane particularly noticeable hi A word about the music—it is I ^de^da*! front ..,''"'' %  ordinarily effecll\e ami has count for a certain lark ot cohesion l,,H carehTuUy aelecti h tionErOflO Ces.r Fumk. H:insky-.,r j. Richard Wagner j rugged are used, along with others. nd acute itiun are the arc showing mu color. CALL ME Tc.hui-jaho MISTER! Door This reaUj is i SALE—io% It Cog cash on any tt< !" *" Sl ' nuiiiN have W MO %  '"V. I pension, genarous 4—5 puf unpteked now at he %  'ii^,' Hirttware Co., Ltd wortderful opportunit) -an open InYihWlon Rn '" %  mg August l*t i -• %  everything— Hot I'lales. Wadlc lions H)h! Toorters. all sorta oom. large luggage BCCOanjBOda lion. 30 m.p g. and mop Eotourg and strength—for $2115 00 %  lit tlie famous Four-lh-ll -Minor of which Perev Gooding at Both the Glob.and the Empire Fort Hoyal Garage has a P*a) :. Morris Min ZLA.r£Z T. gy^y ^rtr-vlw .1 X.rL. (Globe) starring Betty Grable and and also the Urger Oxfords. U produced a burnt cinnamon, iwrtrayaas of the various roles, D ^^ u, bright and breegy I Minors are unexcelled 'o go with velvet restiurant su.Us and the members of the cast have ^ '^*> ^^ ,„ %mM ilf nd n([ ,., Two* s !-.:(, The S In Kb plenty l ^ ,l *.'• "'"'"t** eluded. The costumes are attrac400 davs, tick-lock, and thi* tive and there are some slick mw i w -„ usneniace caq *tay the dance numbers. The plot, about distance on one winding Yu. -and-off theatrical marriage, sir. a: Alfonso B. de Lima's t serves showrooinsi on Uwci R| nd | this remarkable elock in a phol The.:he [wo. ] K ,„, ., m n„g, and %  ehold appliances. Here's atu/.-d K maybe not un) .,, BaiUids Hard* Ltd Two hundred vears i.• I> i i i I h %  rhit perUid, the Dutch nrm of Pisier Schoen Zoon perfecting the rea AeBtherpCKH Varnish SISMAVAJR, matte available to tniough the Bar&do mater • p !" ^s^T£&J^*J8Z fhVKaneS ;;;,,;,::;,:,:'. ; , 'sFz&Qgjfa designers to show his autumn .-xJhwuejl the ages, mg •* * > %  tom| |btilPS tWll mosX am „sing most extensive section p, 'axeWttoST en.hVrn', .,, port eoUectJ %  amount of imagination has num ^^ 'lament of The Pots wgtchea ami eloclui Bl all kinds. vvl!1 a ££ rr ,. k ,„ bUlrtor „ Last night he launched the b n u !" > n the portrayal of me H|U( pn,^" and "Military Life.'' All including very charming leather UUV |rtes a solendld gloss luilrh "Chasuble" line, wdh roundel oarly Mary Magdalene, her apm ,,11, CALL ME MISTER Is very hound travelling dock In all' pcnr.nnce later conforms to | |En on)o vable entertainment for "~ conception. lne f arn |lv The plot of the tlliu is made THK PAG AN LOVE SONG | up of bible episodes—Mary's con „ ^ Esther Williams, in i Mon, miiacle* of Jews, uicludmu aicu) and that means plenty -. Pare \ fffatawai % %  '"* arrtoaa raws, • %  %  %  I wilh Uti/i* iitotr sas i aaV UM i*nfr> n there'! a nirptlge I ton And N. E Wilson a Co wUI V %  ilia wry noE MACLEANS !Psiaaa2)ii keeps ^aairiB wiaaTO. and healthy CLAPP'S \ CLAPS*! Cooked. Bedy-lo-Srrvr OATMKAI. In oi. prn^Mlr" CompotMl of Oalflour, Non-ftt Dry Milk SolieK Calcium Sail Prim*!) Dried Yeast Sodium iron PyroplHMphatr. CLAIM'S I1ATMIAI. h-:— Timi-s Mor*' I ^b) Mort Vitamin than unfortified home-cooked Cereals CLAPP'S Cooked. Ready to Serve CKBKAI. In X-ni. 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Just lake one teaspoootul of Andrews to %  glasi of water, and you have immediately a "fizzy" drink to refresh you at any time of the day ANDREWS UVERSMT THE T IDE ALIFORM'OF* LAXATIVE fij.r<**1 finish for natural loveliness Discover ilte fragrant ll.merv of Yanllcy ('ntnplrxinn Kiwder^. Alalch your own dun lunc (roin one of the nine tuhilv bk-ndrd shades — lii(hl to dark —ami irrai your -km lo ihr perlm inm ii drirrves. T A R D L E Y Comploxion Powcler flat wari lj>gli* Pradi. faaaaaa I'm* iv*ri haravi IIMMOIM> Cluuupasae, Uoldni K.thcJ hSMMi %  ('ADperRfld. K,*-Tin.(riNy v A a D t r. Y • i a Ol ut* Palmollv* Soap at Doctors advi>*l for a Brighter, Fresher Comploxion! < = .fcoW. In ma-., „,. Oll| th.n l..k. Sj|. ..l.-^ull di.k \ Wink ... e*M.. So So, do Ol M Ikin ipotlaHll) J f no mri ~-,. .* •* %  •* 12?*"* *** **"' 3 Do rWp J (, Jwr*. %  •Wtv" BROADCLOTH IS THE LATEST IN PYJAMAS EASY TO SEW AT SUCH LOW COST. TOO! 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SI NDA1 VI OUST 3. ID.-.I •-I M< • %  Ul\ in III I'M I MM Pictures by CYPRIAN LaTOUCHE A DA Y AT THE RA CES The schedule.: .! %  tti %  Uarbado-i Turf CKn %  i-OlWiTi.il) It was ft I Id brawn I %  : %  i %  • %  %  : %  ; %  .'..' .nd a halt f irloogl from a ilold of eight lh> rO wa-. already ft ):<: %  ( Tire both In i the grounds. Highlight at the day's racing was ing wm i>r Ihe $1,000 Derby Slakes 0V0C nine furliingfcj Mr c mm Ally. I Burning HOW i %  . %  %  %  %  into the MM rnd set a I hmgth b*om Mr ML E. Bourne's bay gelding Usher Kidcfclim'. Tha Lnti Igning Bit* nhowi Hi ItAV* ftlwftM gone I" inifcl their own mee d;;y entertainment ; I'ait i!'-!i. \.n. not %  %  %  %  %  Lbc ,.%  t-wniered to Lottry of the Hull! RUB.*' The Lucky seven trble. in full swing wiiti (hi %  %  %  go right aw.iy down" The three card man who could %  %  %  %  %  -•pin if they would %  %  ding and cake*, (old (lie Hungry that ..\ % %  %  ,.,of ihob in %  I and playe.l Ihelr r< vm ovon pausing fc suit of tha still roon groui %  romey and br. g. : luCk l uou nerd the Bi:si WHEN r compound >uur prescription ur on!y offer the 111-ST In I>ru* and the BEST in Sen lee HV.Nl) US YOUR NEXT PRESCItilTION I J WE AOAIN THANK I I < S OUR CUSTOMERS : I AND FRIEND8 ON ITHIS OUR SILVER I ANNIVERSARY ^ H ..-,• 5 F p roan It I %  our j plOOJUTI tO fl and friends, building requirements a We trust we have making many homes bai and beautiful Throug.. • . %  • %  r %  BdOOTOt n t" • I %  %  NEW ftlIt—ADDED comfort I KpifttOCt tha wcafifiji %  ,'.r.ij, Uiu'l SPIRI i m oh the line' %  I s:> ar KNIGHTS DRUG STORES ALL BRANCHES N. B. HOWELL Dial: 3306 Lumber and llarjarr Ba\ sin. I filling for men. '-'.'yWA-,-^,-,-.-,---,'' V/,VAV//.v//A-.'//.V//.V///////,WV.V,V.-.-.•.-.-.-.-%  AgeKli Inr B-i' Ocncr.i' I I Lid if JO eta D, i* He> Sewt. Bnjgctow^ &H QVQAl) OCCOAWH • oil Aide at Uis leading AIOMA HARRISON'S — BROAD STREET . d'll A I DECORATED TOILET SETS YOUR CHOICE Or THBBE ATTRA1 TIVLI.Y COLOI III li DECORATIONS OMV sm..ii I*I-:II SET VI T AS WO I'll" WATERLESS COOKERS Tile "Vilasavour" Roavsls, Boils, and Fries— il ill... Balers (.•„. %  •.. l'.-lr> li... nils ,1c. In short nnythini; tliat ran be feed "n an ordimirv. si.i\r. ran hr rooked in a "Yila'avour" easier and quirkrr. WATERLESS COOKING IS BETTER BECAUSE IT EMPLOYS THE NATUHA1. FOOD JUICES AS A COOKING MEDIUM THUS PRESERVING THE NATURAL VITAMIN CONTENT SO ESSENTIAL To GOOD HEALTH. ItiR DELICIOUS AND M'THITIOI'S POODS 1MB A "VITASAVOl'll" .12 I..Hi I \ II HARRISONS "trgfti?* INSIST ON -.'.-.'.--'.-.'.',*.-.-.%  -'--', :: I \ \ \ !•! Hl\A MIOYVS THEY ARE THE BEST H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents Mu li-ll Iti at,I if 1 iPtlnnlf tin in IS tIBtSI HA( ON M.i( BO pei , 9 \i SACK pei lb I t KRAFT ii I CREAM MIX I SFEDLF.SS GRAPES pel I i AHMOi'li CIIK KB 'AS! I por |J ARMOUR VEAL & HAH PASTI wr Jar.. ... I LfTRITE WAX PAPEH i--i ...II WKKTARix ic: Small HK'KTAM.UHH(ltIFS I tU .51 SANI WHITK T. PAPI : II ft P BAVOURY SNACKS pot ] --'i, pkl TATE %  ". I.VIF LU 31 CRAWFORD'S IFII.1,1 i BIS) UITS por tin M" CHIVERS STRAWIIERKY A OOOSEI !AM in Ijn .88 ROBERTSON* GINOEB UARMALADE—pei u i'KRI.STKIN I1EKR POT bottlO I'FK ( %  \RT"V i I STAJVSFELm. S0 00HA 0 00. K.TBK sssss.',',::','.:;** .•,',;',',',',;*,;



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I'M.I I 1. ill • I U\\ \tl\li< Ml SINDAV. AlT.l'ST RARBWSjSi^WrE IK Hr..* Sumlu\. .\uuu>t .". I'd I SIMMER SCHOOL TIT' %  %  i ,; .1: Codm July JOtfa to 28th. Ived .1] is Ukely to ,: institution. In Great Britain the 1 extend the hospitality of their buildings to those Extra Mura! Summer Schools. The natural -ily pSJ. no with thoH of Oxford and Cambnd; %  -. rod (.11 transcend those of many other English Universities, ol lofty pain H" 1 Kiatc buildings '>f an aiftlqulfy rare In the West Indies, and the view over the Atlan tic form a 11 l; of study iw.iy from the bustle of the town. The C.ovorninR Board pnd Principal of >',lU'c.e generously plated all advantages of the Coll) %  ' n.-posal of tl' courts, swimmini; bath itnd billiard room. The week combined the ittracl 1 1 of a holiday with the advantages of 1 week's University education. Ti an even itroi" i 4 l.durers and tutors than last year The School had the advantage i the presi noe in College of Dr. J. II. Harry, fornn Fellow ol ('lute Collage, Cambridge, and Professor of Modern History in the Univcisi'y ('< IN Mit the West Indies. His daily lectures were obviously greatly appreciated, and were supported by the Judge II A. Vjiujhan. whose work upon the life >f Sir Conrad Reeves has given him an intimate knowledge of the wnofe period of nineteenth-century Barbadian history. Judye J. \V. Tl. Chenery contributed the constitutional aspects, and developed the thesis that the Crown Colony system which followed the crisis of 1865 In Jamaica had probably suited conditions in that colony. In Barbados on the other hand the crisis of 1876 had not deprived the lalan I ol its n %  institutions. igain In hH opinion the result been m the best interests of the Criony. An (htereetlng lecture by Mr. F. A. HoyJs gave the incidents of both the Jamaican and the Barbadian crises. The Summer School dealt With West Indian economic problems an well aj with historical aspects, and had the advantage ol 1 stronger body of economic experts than the laland has enjoyed In recent year*. Mr K If Straw dealt with trie problems of industrialisation, Mr. B, W. Barnnv with tli0\ \l l vVISl INDIANS h en ] mfuundly im of the shameful way in which Colonel Donald, formerly the SupertGn ida, was treated i.\ the Qovernor, Sir Robert Arundell. A man Of good reputation, who had worked 1..11 lessly and untiringly at his duties durI inees in that island, he was a month's wages and dismissed without reasons being given. ins, the eese of Colonel Don undoubtedly be a reminder of the "Dual affair." It was some three years ago when Colonel Duke. %  nepulai and ed member of the community and the 1 1 r of Police, was [ofced to ts> tin at the age of fifty-two. So well liked by his men was the Colonel that when the nous ol in enforced letuement came through they threatened t<> strike. protests from the public, the and the Legislature, DO reasons were given I01 what amounted to Colonel Duke's diwii. s Force. II he had been guilty ot mi.se. nduct that merited his dismissal be should have been charged with it, and given theelementary right of an mi tv to defend himself. 1 I Donald is almost an exact parallel. Colonel Donald was held in %  rsl esteem In Qrensda, and during the nine months "i his office he received two resolutions of thanks fmm the Executive Council and one from the Legislative Council. When the time came for him to leave the Colony he received warm testimonials from five local organisations, and he was rnovittgl) thanked by his own men 11 police. The unmanly way in which he d I Colonel Donald must always remain a stain Ott Governor ArundeH's administration. After denying lo the Colonel rumours that he WSS about to be superseded, he called him two days Inter and told him that he v..1on y S3 beer that Mrs. Donald was ill. and that he hoped that he would make her 1111 % % % %  < %  MI: %  for resigning his poit. It was quite untrue that Mrs. Donald was ill. 1 1 l.ii.atiun that the Clovernor gave to !olonel Donald was that a man of his call 1.1 e was not suited iindet the pXSMBl conditions. He then summarily dismissed him and o r dered that he should leave the 0 ny immediately. Colonel Donald was Iven .1 month's notice, a course which is iii. iptepj in the Colonial Bsi vice when a man has done something to his grave dJ icredlt. Colonel Donald'Dtreer is finished, dispite the assurances of the Parflarnentary Under Secretary that his reputation is still as good as ever. His summary discharge withi lit reason ive reflection on this offlcer, and ontil some explanation Is iven he must always remain suspect. a Interests 61 justice the Government should conduct an enquiry Into the case of Colonel Donald. If he has tailed in his duty h! him be punished, otherwise lei him be recompensed. But above all. the reasons for his dismissal must be given. In these islands the Commissioners of Police hold positions of grSSl imp* and trust, but within nnenl year theii has been undermined hv the Governn>( nt, There must be no more cs %  like that of Colonel Duke and Colonel Donald. West Indians demand that justice he done, they will not tolerate high-handed 1 ureaucracy, lltAIIH I M.II is THE public will welcome the new that Bridgeto w n Is likely to have traffic lights 1 led within the near future. The traffic problem in tins island has been I vated by the increase in motor vehicles and the apparent unwillingness of bsdes inans qmd cyclists to DO-operate with the l\>luand Transport Authority. New regulations have been di d it uie order to the chSOtiC conditions and 11 has taken much time and energy on the part of the Police to en n ihedience to them. The institution of traffic tights should do much to solve the problem. It will mean that man; more p Jice : ill be ralta < %  I \.:;d for noun directing traffic and lo institute widei patrols on other %  Motorists will DOW realise that the lights which are timed, must be obeyed and that those who attempt to "beat the lights" run the risk of grave danger. There will be three lights. The red light will mean that traffic will stop while the reen light will be the "all clear". The lit will indicate that the change is COmbUJ on and that pedestrians and motorists must look out for the change. It will take some time to educate people In this island who are anathema to change; but it is hoped ti. etits are realthe 1 wilt i 9 illingness to time of tl 1 PLASTIC TABLE COVERING 45 in*, wide, WHITE and ALL COLOURS i.OSMI' l\ PAPEHDOM On |he stroke of midnight I'.er to tell m i.bout her grand-. thorp oral %  ratal rust ling ""! By s ivlher who started life as a pa.'l .,: in the S.-, relarlat u .., . ., _. ilM-1 ' Secretary of States' despatch I 'he papers ctmc to life A fad""" "eLnnimlino and then imd ended up in a gutter in DnyDd ..i,i minute paper thM had cvenmi lull tu i.-mly lo lUOW r ]r% Boild „ n Saturday nigh; been pigeon-holed for veins and he>-l" n It he, 1 iiihbour in a cona f ler b^g liwd to wrtp up rorgoden, turned over and *haktcmpiu us wh^ ir, AM. well, 1 ^f^, „t black pudding." nig herself free of dust, said supi*-* this is w+ial one has to "Order, order!" said a seda*. stfjlu "In my young days lut u|> with II one hag to mix p i fC< ol r^d l4ipe w ho considered -tftlcial papers were very differWith underbid aper*.'_ himself an authority on procedure Dl The w.ung bad %  onw re"PreeBBMJ, n acar. replied -N^ personulitles. Please remetnspeet for their seniorBut toWi.w Prim. "A my dear father be,. hl JB a Government office —" .Iways said. > %  iunl expect to ilM( „„, political meeting in the Oh, UMM ihj .: I" I make a polite p %  cr out of a pi£s rtPP i shed." nied draft of a rather rude ear. And he n.iiiht to know, for ••He-l-J-gh'" exclaimed an ilWt my grandfathei vU a 3rd person||trM blank 'he<-t. "What "bnut liw spaactif Since when dey IHOK you censor?" da paper basket. "Thrug) note sfh ksTUe ajjain with her bred to acknow^ usual neglect complex. Poor old n f SV nh plcbeum dear, at her age you'd think she would l>e slad to be left i-i peace instead nf trying to scramble into •.he hinelight." "You see what I mi.in, my dear Miss Prun," went on the old minute paper to her nelghljour in 'he next pigeon hole. "Fnncv I >H called Gertie by %  paper I've never even spoken to!" V. Indeed/ 1 replied Miss Prim in an ultra-refined ladylike voice 'The manners of these modern young papers are atrocious. In fact good mannen seem to have 0OSrPlftt|f disappeared. They mm \n think th.il e.dling their elders and (heir rhri:-ti.ui names is the IM*I example of social p-n.se. Alul that impertinence is the best way of showing their Indepeodett %  A -killish young letter, swinging hej;_hips as a puff of wind %  1 half acroH th tabtey lelgKled as she caught the aj pror-r.*; 'i .1 i uline eye of a heft> minute from a garrulous minoi official. "Well, we Ufa In %  disappearing age, don't w*t?" i. delightful with JAMS CRYSTALS PEAS By Wm. P. HARTLEY Ltd. POCKET CARTOON > OSBFR7 f,ANCAST£H "Speaking as one of the ployed." said another blank sheet, "what I want to know is, why do we waste time gossiping instead of talking about how to cure overpopulation?" A paper fastener that took an active but silent part in the Standing; Closer Association of imfedcratcd documents, said, "What I would like to know is, how does anyone think that Federation is going to help a redistribution of West Indian populaUonsf No West Indian Isfend is willing, nor are any of them economically i capable of taking our surplus proi alt, Moreover, if the Inhabitants of any of the other Islands antitfl-' pated that federation would COBS* pel them to do so. the only effect I it would have would be to putn the whole question of federation! further into the future than it \ is at present." "Yes," burst out a communistic paper wearing a flaming red tal as he raised his eleuched (lot deantly In the air. "but unless at can get rid at this so-calleo democracy, we will never get anywhere." Loud cries of "Boo" and "Slur, up!" bolllc STRAWBERRY .. 55t. APRICOT .. 4SS. DAMSON .. 41c. RED rum .. 4tc. .. GREENGAGE .. .. .. tie. .. JELLY CRYSTAIJ4 Aaurtcd Flavour, .. ite. P*. GARDEN FEAS .. . .. 34c. „ 'I don't care," went on the er you Why. Ids father before paper. "All I know 1$, If Grantle\ I expect the papers In this him WU raised to the dignity of had taken a leaf out of Stalin'* OinM to set %  good example," ren state archive when he retired, book, we In Barbados would havt Qertlt ibarpl I export and on his death was interred in had. ", and then •tOpPOI young letters like you to realise Government vault where abruptly as a flash of lightning Ihal if anyone wanted yom opka-I suppose only mice of the lit up the office and the DOtse 0 ion. they would ask for It." exclusive families nibbled thunder and the rain thai folThe skittish young letter took him into confeit.." broke in the lowed it. prevented the inhoblout her compact and modP up MS voice of %  frustrated report of s) t.ntls of Paperdom from hearm; ye-ah!" she said commilte.of enquiry that could what we in Barbados would hav | shortly and then began practising not get published until the public had, had the leader of the HOUM In the small glass the S A look had ceased to take any interest In been a Bolshie Nor did any ol IM intended to try on the boT the subject. them know that an ancient quil ttU i WOO had shown his appro"Hear! Hear'" shouted a piece pen. that had been buried over J ral of the technique she'd cmof scribbling paper, that hai hundred years ago behind sonu ployed to cross the table. %  omabow got into a flle dealing decrepit Blue Books, had silent Qenari lips closed In %  > Mta displaced iwrsons. "You ask ly turned over In his grave. Sitting On The Fence ~ T HESE are the dog days, usually By NATHAMKI. r.lUBINS love so much, there will soon b tin hottest period of the year no animals or birds left in th. in the northern hemisphere, when WlMl With PeraUmi threatencountry. the dog mm. or Sinn ris. ai i S I >l> •>' •" if he gives (th the sun, and when even wav " ,h '' ll ditbule and hngIn your Ignorance, you m;> gaod-tempered people become Ir11 s 1 "" 1 Mm of financial think that the animals and hii: ..hi", bod-tern tiered people vlor,lin '' "* "'"' '' %  "" WOBdaf he don't know what's going on her lont 'alleui %  r angry outIf *o. read about the 900 raein Only an astrologer could tell bur..U and peevWl tears" as he pigeons stalled off from N'ai.te von why Sim. t-Joseai from llde to -1 le In I ^tFran,.-, for their home lofts i but any ordhurj man %  %  I of toastYorkshire. tl .new.spa|"-i lure. In the AUIwvib lasl Weak I pad his glrl'i face. Two other men pfsaastad Bb exchanged. Four other men joined in, locking everybody within range. The police arrived and two were] i >u-' ICHI off to the cooler The day after. 2S0 Thames boatmen ol the paaiansar ptoaiiiho.d .ervice lietwcen Gree wich and Kent went on strike because—among other complaint' they were sick of the sight of v. omen's lens climbing in and oui of their boats, on and oil the I 1 • %  1 "They show as much as possl%  .tli 1 -.iiii one ,: I il.d %  %  trtkar, ^Phej ousM to be slap1 id The following day 1 readei complained to a culuimw I "My wife has alwa> .;. hut during tnc lasl 1 arrive 1 Full slop When i a 11 talking to a girl, the conversation peters out and co-nc* to a full %  top."—Letter to 11 paper pepchlatrl it, D ID V I %  rung? Me:|o, i (nought you did. rVo, / n'a* )u*r thinking Al -in what" fee JoSo have I. Forgotten vhatf .What I was thinking about. Are you altpay* Uk< girlM? YeAnvou alwavs like this conscience. dUl l chance for V.<. FUIIII\. 1 Imi'l it" Fond of *por!" ros fond 0/ ir. No Rss Hngl • Bornetbne* f li'..^ I Ike Only 17 out or the 900 arrived What happened to the others? The experts called it "a majo disaster" and cannot think c an) explanation Hollywood, croon. I Sinatra, normally a mild sort of chap, threatened to 'flatten" any repirter who asked him about his with AYS Gardner. FroBn Korea, whara tempera tures arc In the 90s and Sirius la working overtime, an Australian kmirnaUSt reports that Svnmnan USJuatly a friendly old man. has completely loot nil reason so far as Communism is ,ed." pointed and mosquitoes M yelled beck at Pressmen: "I would like the war to go on till not one left alive." bed again in a Maw? / ni.v soi f Urns. What's your favourite colour' rfatN "'r 0 4 00*. Neither have 1 f sap. f^xik. What %  A cot. Where; Oner Lscfcfag sfo'narh. I stldstf do fhoi. U'hor did you lav? I tJiotioht v" said sol fhing else. OJ Warning loanininlI F the hungry English go on eating the animals and birds the)' If they ean't I can. PhOtOI are not fiois. They have neai about pigeon pie and have "<>.• off to some unrationed Country, What's more, they have piob ably read about horse steaks, an' donkeys served up as veal i England, and know perfectly weJ that if people who love hors. itroke donkeys' noses wfl hem without a twinge 0 there isn't mUl pigeon who Is n greatly loved and hardly ev. stroked. Although dogs can't fly. th had better watch out. Already prairie dogs are both 1 canned in the Argentine and ser I* ... for human coruumptio A.varding to reports, like sucking pig. NO -\DDATIVE8 — Only FRtIT and KITGAR Obtainable at all Grocers AiPlSTIt.l OF LOJVBOiY PRESKNTS A NEW LINE OF MEN'S WIND-BREAKERS Made up in a new Material culled "PLUSI'EDE" In the following Colours . Wine, Green, Tan, and Navy ALSO A HEAVY LEATHER JACKET Suitable for Motor Cyclists • MHOM1 fc CO. I ID. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT MSOSOOkOOOOOg *>V>*>V*->*>->V-Vr; Well, doggies, I can't do mor< than warn you. In the hungry days to come when all the horse and donkey haw been eaten, when all lh< zoos In Britain are empty but lo | Hi the ghosts of devoured specimens and all the frightened birds havflown away, do not trust th< I hands that fondle your ears o the voice that says "Nice doggie.' With you on a plate the same \ ""hands may one day flourish knife and fork, the same voice be | N %  goggle.'' something ( THireiv nt, of course. ._• -^ AN OLD FAVOURITE! NOT BY HIIIIII Ill BIISD GODDARD'S COLD III! ill! RUM #" % %  1.0 int t finv* Tuvuday tar .#•/ m io nnn c um —————— — *' "'"** rnr



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r.W.E TEN Nf\h\Y ADVOC \ l 1 SUNDAY, AUG1 SI 1*51 B.G. Sugar Workers Return To Their Jobs Till; STORY OF A YOUNG SOI HI KOREAA WIFE lly H. JlAIU'linlXJMEW \L FKONT. KOREA (From Our Own COTMpMttat) SUGAR WORKKi %  reAugust 3. '"" l lh ? i ,f * *** ,.. L ., ._j a you IfO in the bean illage .,! Chu .'• i hmb—d i" the ann.v has not heard from %  n 1 M I ". I %  plaint* by work. nrtd A ehMli up but the cr: ..... rr.ade but :v %  U staged a walkout < > %  % %  ivo' %  .. %  :).. Lachhn ... %  I'nlon. T*ir QJ.W.U elected %  ajieanbl i ol I end following the Stri milled n i-eporl to the F C which resuKcd on an tlon by th T.U.C. CommitteeThe T.U.C. at i on Thursday night dec the back to work workei udilorq Distox.T %  DhicrepmncU s*" ..Mh. y induces thai MM South Koirjn pi'pl*. whom wo ~nd the Communist* have been i '.nting from one anoth<>. ; jsl yir have somethlni S 0 "* %  *• ,he Malilhalm • (the t mo Mma prol.I*m—ihe lone"*" h !" m, 1 which pavtd the .'..••. ....i frustration thai ,v %  '" 5ff"> It ha. not yi-t New Nazi Army Is Coming Back (Bv RUDY WHEMKA) BONN. AuguH ( AFTER SIX YEARS of !.. -.. tha survivors of the once powerful Nazi Army are one* again marching into the limelight. Wonted Allied officials and a tcpttnl world wondm %  vhsrtbei it will DMUI tht rovaval of .i on %  teppbif; Oor> mlUtorinL or %  helpful boost to Weetern defence ertoils Ex-Servicemen and soldiers in division strength have B new Federal Veterans' Organization. Will li become a new military %  Bamboo Is 25 Today RHEUMATISM and agonising BACKACHE GONE! homes of hown whether It will become u brought Into th. _, „. I %  % %  ,-, rUtUD* soldiers. pro-Oovei nment movement sip Lee is 19 years old and was P rtln < Chancellor Konrad Atk-n. 16 whtfl her parents arranged -i f er %  rearmament drive, or tun, ;marriage to a young farmer Kim lto %  MUonalut mihtai ist "i. PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 3. Ih Yyo Run who i* mn older. *^ ve 1 u *, c !" h the democracy Bamboo. Philadelphia's zoo's Kim helped hia father pow wne " ,h,rK s he time is ripe. truculent gorilla with an accurate I-.... on Hie faim by a !.mall Allied officials are pinning their i'lm. reaches his 25th birthday uver in western Korea. The ""P** n several outspoken aniiSunday without any indication elder Kim had 5,000 pyongx of Communist statement* by ex-Genthat he in .slipping into comforti .ong is about six square eral who ,ed lne organisation, able middle ai At 25 Bamboo l.cn the elder KUn dies ., -, ... „ „ is the world's oldest know, thtl land will pass on to his son r.x-!Soldrs Kally u. No other gorilla ever reached if the son Is not killed in the war Rallying more than 120.000 exhis age in captivity. Bral 'Oldiers. the new federatl-m. Wild gorillas are believed lo die The young people married In lounded In Bonn last Sund.iy. of old ago at 40. such crack The big ape would be 45 yea: ICCLI'TS POST illy :il I I''"' ,,f Huddhist fashion — despite mis""* veterans of Police relnforecn %  nOrtOI only about 11 w per cent outfits Ko tans me Christians —and Panzer reoi few IT ondays. the Africa Korps, tne In hui Division. 'Cross Dentestimate Mew Provident Society In D.G. reckoning /oo officials There Isn't gn of n Into %  bOUM in Chu Si.\ scheland" (Oreiiter Germany) and pa i-ich or middle age spread. He Ifyon <\huh young Kim built. tx-GenernI Hermann B. R.unckc's weighs a streamlined 435 pound* It had three rooms, clay walls "Greta Dtv,< paratroopers. fairly ligi.' weight as mature tUched i.K>f and—like all Korean In Bonn, about 30 German gorillas go. DO houses—radiant heating Centrals decided to reorganize Hi wplrll i, „__ „,, •• ". '."<" : •. .^ : $** !" hU exceuem heahn Blg^onLi nh an tatUnated <>t one Mrl OBI and . ving room which Centra ts decided their 88.000 member "Pensi< ., Kitchen. TQe Association" into the "German ,i_ „„. .-.i. rbeervation I'osls ulal LIISO was the Soldiers Federation." was lumlsntd %  kitchen eight foot arm spread. Bambo ^-^a^riss ^3 ^ %  SVBJSJ^S >f the late Field Marshal E easily. Bui ho has kept reason. 'From Orir Own Corrt-p OBOBQCTOWN Pro\idrni S i launched h QuJam Btlf ir 1 rrv Prw ' s.. % %  to suanr estate worker Society is launch* I [•ON, July 28. on the • i always Rummers Afrika Korps fonnud ab iy Ipnn ^^ a curofu || y wa ichcltan. The clay stove was another veteran organisation, and „, ^iot. chnmbe new flo-.i mat, 'It: I' I .. %  !.' '! %  .. %  wftt clean, Tht clay l ... bull, hke a barbecue pit wUh at Brurwick Ramcke's pa.a^^ Bnmboo a proached ma 1U radiant heaUog system. troopers held the fourth reunion t, jr itv K n ,|pv#lorJ nd Erich Harre. had cur!U v llsing ., ^^ h *hh Namcke and t former SS. GeneraU sibdities of creating a nded und> rann swing while looking In ^*T the other direcdon. He gives a t band. unionwhp have work I .Inrnney juts out at on nnah merit with *e i iU top Is half way up tin with BSRirtonc. ,,. „f the house. ""' "*"-""•"7" !" btank itore. then suddenly thn-w a Su ff ar '-; ThJ causes smoke to hang Adenauer- Government has closedArf ^ • peel into the und the thatched eaves and fcJoUow^Jho dtvelopmoats. cro ^J\^p make?; these villafes hazy and worker on a sugar eettM in mj :ri (he N n and are category wMsrvti to any of the tivo unloiM pDwei CltlagM* A B.G Workers* laaajua roan 1 Onion, B.G. and W.I Suanr Boilers' Union and th( Clerks' Association Subscription to the I %  .iv < %  %  %  ; per uraalt, si dues are also el) making •• total DIES AFTER HATCHtf W0UMDS ntm O %  VIN. July 31 ; r the rl i | he went Into Boutt K' Several Cabinet membera .< % %  The stovepipe under th. living ^^ unem ployed. room floor heats the house thorUl #. i ..ughly even in the bitter winters Lonirol ., Korea. %. Th *^ Socialist Opposition Pait< Only trouble with Kim's new "•" that If there is no DPTI J rJaga house is liiat light aftor eratlc eonUol of lhes*> forces they may either be used agdinM other Labou icleu Unions. become hi* Mission To Discuss Arms Agrt^incnt WASHINGTON. Aug. 3. fiu.v.n Ambassadm ViadiPopovic told United Press si at the State Dept.i partn order irith Dean I of W cents nial MosOf one liberator uf the entitled to 1.-.. .. ,.,me along and burned it down, nucleus for nationalist lendenne. Achesnn Friday that a Yugosla' have piid his .,.. So now Lee is living with some in Germany. Allied observers say military mission will arrive here and diirini: Iho* a I,^I^^ neighboui*. She has iwt heard that there is no immediate danvci Saturd.v to discuss a Yugoslav">" h vc worked on ,, ., [,„,„ Kim since United Nations of the Federations acting in ,f.i United States arms agreement. Mr 50 d*yi Bcneflta ;. i N s[ held the North Korean way. •nUUjd i • Pyn.y 3 ng In Novem^Thc Chalm,a„. J£}:, % '.cted for nuudtr. -er, ao he does, not the Chairman. ex-Admiral He Bid the mission will be that Gootfred Hansen. is said to have headecmoci u >. VA. would help in fulfilling i v 31 Mr. Alex Elder, managing paratrooper Ramcke. hW*ve Yuapslavia's milliary needs. J. .1 Of OfJieapal Bros, off Lonmade what the Allied offl.lnU The Amlwssador expr,-*scd for doss, died In %  osjlind on July *OUi. considered •'strange" demands for pkaauro at tho unproved u.s 1 • llel Mr. Gldi-r had boon connected releasing all former German GenYugoalav relations adding the; ofl rod th the Wet Indies for most of Pn ds now held as "so-called war were proving beneficial to both hi alnat the i Is ii<". At the time of his death AY. Mo>ses he was treasurer of the West 1. India Committee in London. tiiminala" In Allied prisons. —U.P What You Should Know About Your English a HE you < % %  %  %  'you speak and J\. wnti" Are you SUftj th it you mistakir. that cause ucople to underrate you? Never has the impor'ance nf good English been more widely recognised lhan 1o-c!.iy. If you can express yourself persuasively %  you hove an iRiinonM advantam m your b or professional work as anVfl Off in lOOsal life. Docs your English enable you to appear at •our best on all occasions' Can you express your Ideas fluently — rir.d correct)) ? Are you ^ure of your pronunciation and ^prllinj V Why You Are Judged by tne Way You Speak and Writo Your V' i"0U arc judced by the ant) you expre*s )Otu %  f Is it not a fact that yOH :-nIge o'hers hy their :ipeoch and writing T Just as >ou i 'jnprrssed by t 100 I ho has a ready coi vf correct, pol hed and effective speech so you receive an %  .nilatterne Impre-flnr of the man who rumbl< i : % %  about DgUth. 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M NDAT, u (.1 si :,. 1951 si \l>\\ \ll\IK Ml IMfil I I I \ 1 V Fifty Years Trade Union Development III.ill I limit i s linlusin.ii ReU%  in it mu • generation co." The ti,..,,%  l re coming ratl 1 th* COIH-IUMMI nil Mr THAT there have been big tharine* in the character and tonal .statiw of the British trade >er the past half centurv It common knowledge. But how !" SSASS ; .." ly uunrM in an article butM '',1 ',, ""• ''"" % %  04 DO mote than 353,000 If we now jump o\. In 1900 there were n: i 1.323 registered and unregistered! %  "i with a total numbertrade union, with a total number-MSIIW from lhT n . l'"", '£* N '"" la As*o.-.., >hip of juM over two million emt i !" hkvKIIL. -..I io-dav. l-oeul Government Office, %  ploy**., more than nine,, pe, S'^^rite W""?^ ~" %  • %  difficult to t ke stock brietlv but compn%  The (.ninth nt The Unions but the tad that th. I either bv central body. V| lo the In) edged ,1 limits to vohmi.Kv naajolli.lnf machm.-> ...r!,j .. for UM %  rteiab en ,lf bv statutory wace reguluti. : iheir funds and ,:( UM 'WKI them freely to enter those •*" *"•" ' %  .*•.. <• haa, it tw. ,1,-cfa.i Helits of -rnployment which other thin*, increased. bably contribu'.inion* were prepared or compel!Collective) bargaining ha* .-il Baara than anything %  'iore. .' %  :". UM ,hange has In The ( hanuini' Character baai UneM by of Unions '"-•'' to national bargaining in i Hipporl of one Tt.e growing: oig.o Inehi Bui aquantly, aowMfO rtu wi ha-, all i ' :i| : agmatikOUti reajulala Di \cr. the brea.it> iracler of the trade ** ,ho ,prms •' growing concern for union movement. This has taken asBployinant But although in V %  policies has building and railway bataari ihelped! cement the I ihey do so almost caanpMel | an d political irlna the coal-mi un* industry the) Wh .,, i^ ... nin %  ratai %  • ,-cUtionvv.iKrfl and in Die engineering iniil] cieases but not place iri various ways, in *om^ cases we can trace the gradual n*r*hip transformation of professional lationa into trade unions, as Use National AObvious, jrowth unlMU their has. of %  oum • %  bad nonmanual workers' unions to extend the bull of their organization int.. related fields of emplowm-ni Thus, we find the Railwav darks' on deciding to changi Indiislrinl And Politic,.1 Aclion i i unpai lad 'hank' ,^ In U and inlluencp of "Jr Shears sat •iSLErwass The pi* i. i %  organizitiin off tl workers: probably less than a quarter of all the manual arorkan were organiied. Tor black-coated workers trade unionism had hardly any appeal at all. Th. \ Union of Clerks founded nine yean previously liad 82 members. Despite the va of "New Unionism." the trade union move1000 lo l( the number of trade V rt"i n 7M7K ".' ""'' Conjcvn leadina to the il ment was still predominantly unionists rose specfacularly from i? divvnily ot union .„'£'*• "",''""*'.. ]' \l composed of skUlel workers. 2 to 8 3 millions; then declUieu %  SlanJ CnSril^SnTS>n the building. nieUl. Averse econonuc condition• ,I,?.T';I L^. 1' 'ii \L. naarini a„ d sh.pbu.lding 4.4 m ui iona ln i 833: then climbuSSST' m mK ,h '' ^Io,e, ,' ,tt ml ,,L-t trades, in coal-mmlng. ..nd m coted continuously to 93 millions bv ton textiles, accounte.1 for more the end of IMS. To-day about ,'" l S l > B "ng of inter-unior. than two-thirds of the total num1$ P?r cent, of the whole cmwnfllct Th,s ,lA 1 "'' n halpad ber of trade unionists, although pi „ (excluding do f^H 1 '," h b \ !' 1 ? s,rp ngthenthe printers and boot and shoe nustic workers) are organized and !"* ". '" "* ana operatives were also strongly ortho proportion of trade unionists 5* '" fon allo ' Jwint IW"* manual workers ,s mu h ll, -" li; ''—!<. higher. The financial resources T H •'••''•-' of UW British of the unions have also been subl,; dc unlon to mako %  lvll *h 1933. %  .... With the repeal of the itr; Trade ida Ukuona Act i i %  itbcniI aeurltj o4 Ihata .tun mambai %  %  : ^option l %  . live MOt In eiliit. than, the rel;.%  knetltu7 the growing importance lo uenal atTanaaenanta than lh ara] the trade unions of |. ,. : .|. i Th. ipposed to industrial action. who iik. i ion with I noroJ Whan the Trades union OOJkgreaa mlgfil do woraa than I i in the e,il> „„ twenties tb main idea was thai | ;i ,( v 0 | QriUsh trade trade unions to make ., r ;ih o< ; l :i> u Kina OI r,,t( '" au a ,u i Unpooo, uu particular type of £" '? rcr of 0 anix f d %  • oiRuniuUan ha* orolmblv .. . A number of loose fed* of district or national unions had stan'tia'Tv been formed The Miners Kederrnainly as a"rult^f reduW e7' '''""i' has probably"ci,nM yr-gjtti*^ sJSSKS 1 !" %S ^ ssrssAsn Federation had started life the M "' ^ is always changiir year before and the Engineering There are still as and Shipbuilding Trades Federa' ,p ' sufficient good butla quote Milne-Bailey— total membership. The growth of hul B"** 1 w111 does not (tourist •was little more than a debating large unions by the organic prowhen one union i* trying to i society." Its Parliamentary Comeess of voluntary amalgamation l* 18 *' its own prefetenca ' %  nnttee was weak and Ineffective, has been the most signillcant paltlqalBr lyPa of organIzatim and lived at the time on nn annual trend in structural development upon another. of about £2.000. It has followed no special pattern, Tbeie is clearly an Intimate n however. Some, but by no means lalionship between wmk-iV .ml the Qanwal Council should kind of general stag! for the [ aasad since f misting the cuu* In lha frorfcers' wages which the post-v;ar slump had i.iduced. Th. Constitution of the T.U.C. which has not been apprceiably altered ;ince 1924. still reflects the prevailtha trada union very ual Trades 17 large "unions." each "wifh~inorV ^Uona, large or small/someway limited powers of the General IreaUy bethan 100.000 members, are re'* n alwayi be found to ocaauuia '" ul HOIKS is always changing. Whin ?" wc -• ';T ^Ti F many as 700 *"<• "l UN ln conce i rn S^X "'1 le unfons. but *• part of scve,.., „ ,„.„, -£E7""L^J% J stiM wk?n# L Su 2VJZ X C ll ut lne craft unions hav be'"'I'l-.'-r.' organizations on the emulSw rol Ji i Cnmo mer t d '"to large multi<">< %  hand, and tho kind of toe1 K ,,? „ n 1 \\, asloco '' "*bly i"e Amalgamated E Uon on the attwr Bach mflu. u5.n*^l£ industries was gmeering Union, have admitted <""' tha other. The growth Of ni^ii^r A ent ,. mu, if m c, '* v lh0 •" ^'"^ •*• p mployorderly and orfsnixad ralation AL h^Si • ^ Co T£H! a V on rd in ***** vonnection with their between the two stdaa of induSV; Act had been passed m 1896; but trades. Vet there still exist plenty hM been I fairly OOOUl tya on mute.a %  upport in limes of industrial conflict. In fart iii in tha moral authority %  1. i ; %  : %  1 %  about, not twenusc its afBllatad unions were praparcd in its bat I.ad pravlouali • *'" lead on then own account, but becai( (leasing participation ol I Offtunant m economic affairs has shifted the emphasis from Industrial to political actl* n snd the representation of the tm point of view < n .my proposed ndmmlstralivc action ,u, %  nV,,il.',^r.r"""i"..**r *;—' ""I uaoea. sat mere sun exist plenty !" s oeen ainy eonnnumi^ ICBijaf| SLSSS 0!! S? i 0rm ?* o( P" re •' ><> !" conflinn'g process during thpart hall *' AM "^ * "ndertakm b Cr „ '" ^ ** ,helr membership to one locality, century, although it was greatly pioved. There was n Q minimum ],k. •• wage legislation. The fncedoi 1 the London Society of Compromoted by the special eiieumn i..•„:,',' %  %  "' '"Vr" af 0 "Tho tremendiu. growth U.nc orl.ln< ]Xgfc££32jVZJS. E: .TP-. •>"-9-n-l Worker,' ut of two vrortd p were | ; • *.—• %  •(•• % %  ..in. UVIIVIKI numn wo~o.w.im on thC lntCr-\Vr .„,..„ ,r.,,, m;'T"lIII irnion and thr National Union ot jcars. The prca,l of statutory n.li ff d S )r " r '\ S General ami Municipal Worker.. v.:,K.rOOUliUon .1. .1 I.. 1111 wl.l.h .1 '. S. n hJ T nvT !" ; whlcn together ea5t more than %  . 1. •>' f 1 1 %  liinidi.1.1. v. net hiarl-i: %  til %  —Indunlri.I Uelfarr A WINNER EVERY TIME MAGI' H£ALIrl6 OIL MAGI HEALING Oli Use "Wl A*• I" internally for Coughs, Colds. Colic and Diarrhoea — Externally lor Cuts. Sprains. Strains, and Bruises. Remember •• MAi;I" is good lor Stock and Poultry too. S*w ,0€ .a. ri"'"" Sf*^**-***#******# W*W^^ BAY STREET BEAUTIFIED WITH BEARD'S % BUILDING . . BEARD'S BUILDING BEAUTIFIED AND PROTECTED WITH <•% 99 1 SNOWCEM t 1 >n:vi HAll lll'IIOOl lO.lTI.M. "IN9WCEM" dMM UM lnllr jl f liriuhtrniiiii mill prol-rlini(. Il |i....i.l.~ 11 drriirulivf. 1...1.1 pi ..t.i ....> % % % %  -_ttliirli IIIM-% flaltr. peel or mil ult AMI IS IMM'INMII SNOWCEM protects the outside of your building from rain and moisture and improves its appearance. Its clean finish on inside walls and ceilings increases light-reflection value by at least 20 per cent SNOWCEM is hygienic since its valuable surface promotes maximum cleanliness and prevents the harbouring of germs. More people are discovering these days the outstanding benefits derived through the use of SNOWCEM . that's why most of the modern Bungalows and Buildings are treated with this Decorative Waterproof Coating £ =?# <5 i Z $ $ 4 $ 2 2 # 55 # £ $2 $ 2 Z 2$ H 2 2 $ 2 $ $ # £ 5* # 12 Z*&0$0$£$^$&&$ 7%  m %  Hi %  :-• %  %  .. H.M.I'll HKAKD'S NKW FtlRNITllKK STOKK. Hay Tl'rill. If I. 1M| „',H-k. SNOWCEM *— Hliile. (ream. Fink, Silver-drev. Gun, Bill*, DECOR ATIVE WATERPROOF COATING ON SALE AT ALL LUMBER & HARDWARE STORES.



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i'\. i rwEi . M'MMY ADVOCATE SIM>\Y Al'Cil'ST V 1*51 SixB.la.Srouls Camping Here M '" / < ol VCW WEI / I ic&orian Exhibition \t Museum Chufeh Will BP iJriiietitrtt TotUiy OIII* ItVnalVrs Sit* : / ilm t.'ritii i'lii S!X scnits ol the Firit George!"n Stt Scouts Group* under PJ. Govoia arrived in tfie island on Saturday, 28ih Jul>. i>. ft.<• schnonei l.urillr ^mrfti School. Rorbupfc t'--ci. They %  \'. i ii' nl I I %  P %  a/Me %  %  p.L. ww.rd OH. j i„„-._ s-.-Tsr'SJJrr. lit Cla*t. Oarsman. H Swi J'l V Gome* Badge-'<" 1 Claw, Ambulance. Oarsman. cenlenar> telebfatt Master Swimmer "h Second V. Menere* Barigti lit Claw. Ambulance, Oai-imnn. Master Swimmer. Seoul Carl Lam; H Claw. Scout C*rd. Ambulance. Seoul M Brandt Badge— 2i.t ChfcaB. Scout H WattBadxe— Tendorfooi. They will be returning to RritUh Guiana on the Lucille .Smith when *hhe Itlai Council was held at Council. -WaKetlcld". V Road, on Moml.iv nicht lust, when H. F.. the Chief Scout. pt> The Agenda waa dlvMed h two part*—Part l business and Part II I talnment Under Part I centered arnund the neport %  Indian J.imboree O rnlttee. nnd many valuhle %  were made. Under Part II an intrrc -review of his Scouting I was given by Mr Aubn M A Resident Ti tor, %  -I of the Weal Indies, and n sftori iil.> box office both in England the United States, and haa h .a %  At the Mueum theiv aril) .' nould moat certainly have meiof the IH5I evhiKltl'rti. •> :•. giving at tM a nailery o( v.%  iown reacttoni -. I! %  %  I had heard china, hook, about nor read any re 1; Mw-tume oBDerThe faithful band havi l.fn mm I had een no advertising iuM^fSe worshipping In a cottage %  aa atot to lh< ill now movl I sssss i* a dlning-table with covers laid '„i MX Ml the largvrt TCHK IM • A fl... or I,.. bodird vfea afl I hear aal pMVnl ibr adu T*. A.,,.,. A .1 b„lltm |,Ji. .' fin c ki AST IM TOXiriVIXE the Uuaaun The exhibition la In ..id of uv Collections 1 md which waa reeri.t I tha .ugResUon ol Mi Ronald Tn a, who made .i Mnaroui contribution to % %  hind Tha objoi l of tha I purchaae exhibit' > artistic nv %  one who had aeen it Theretot Paitlor Archibald III.%  rej tion waa completely ui I outatda iiitluen t..i Evan tha review Itching, Burning and Smarting ol Ecze Stopped In 23 Minutes Of..* th. I -n,,rT M V r>lrfen ,i i very .' they will have ?hvirch in the eommunit; lure. Col. Campbell Back Home i t.,, beic'civr tortntghtly fl -trout Mo! Association of in the Amortoa by which contrail .n avar) shown in the United absolutely no mention < i "pillar lilm fad that I aai . ", f bado, alter apenri.i.g 5.x months' po*ibilit.v of som, bumoui I I reaUaaUon have to he hlreahapad Und; if Bi obtained any hind The Election!! are likely to Uke .if waOthOt COD bo faoad l T > place during the autumn and the working out ad general opinion {• lhal than will allow 2 feet %  |. ment. Scout; in addition there \M|] bo "Everyone in Europo is working "" hard and the people are verj along with spirits. Alhol House. Collvmnre Rock. August 4th, 1SS1 some oihi i klndfft a B the rnmp. fl should include the following information: Place*, dates, list of equipment (| needed, cost. happy and proaparoua*' he sai( Aaked aboul the l< %  ia | ii.iiilc for wot d ,! '' "" "PP^r as if they WOT LUMBER BLOCKS WATERFRONT A Ian Of The letter to parent>hnuM nls > foi HI to ba BH< i %  %  Uftng Ihot 'he ben I health, nnd space provided r adding an> necla] fl parent thinks the know. A 11 N %  l ii to the poraot eonoarnod M bo L csneeinlly where :. S I i, I %  i . imp before All of i. Qeneral i cooking gear. tU II, So in Scouter*) goai h Si outing Cliitkinn Hata ie givci lartoi on; %  tent in which all the tun iiv emblr. %  v.l tha upper wharf, opposite tl.i 1 Fountain Gardona. Thenif u I UPa -.pot for more lum(%  i and lighters were unloailbu: tha ('h.imbcrlain Bridge %  daj I >'i thi dthoi ude of the BrHge luDourers wc.-e loading lighlgi QaoMa %  %  wlta tugar for a steamship In iiiTiisnun which i porl i i %  urroundod llv Pffoaefa smith to pur*'.' biounht the wooo. iMnii-ttm in i"" "• ova rhore art I ''heie ware only three ships u bo.Lt->, two Harrl op Uwi rarlWa Baj and tha watextrelH on the whole, duiing this week "Golfilo" Arrives %  1*0 tho Seoul pi. ll %  III plt< striking He lonl %  in., to take care of %  making U| p.tkiiig thII kit how to eli' Pne list o| and the (.oKiU. rh Qolflto brought i : n tha from Bngtand while thi iirrdsrinu ol I u ) H last week. aisenihluiK Ol ti'ie gOOT to the moment j start collecUngLit durln, (ho Wlftoi months camp In addltl m io lonl IHthought (<(tv it „ l ,. A .. all nooeagory (fe.ir is awmblod well in i. i camping i carefully it n ...in all] tha I 1 L houW i Invontoi \ and aaa ii aru i Mr „„. i articular ettent :!on'' leave ttio cnikfnk' l<'* ftiinnr IP LiTorpooI i. h tigji during eti Tii" IIKIM wo U f the %  caifo, AUo arrtvuuj ye torday morn ing was the intorcolonlal motn i< %  i T-B. Radar which I I D wit '.i i. o ther i .n go Phe t.llit.( %  In Mi i wllkinaon AHaynoa, lha i llrrtlxaaan tf. MOHra, Da Coata A while ind the T.II. K*dtr to the Schooner Owners' A---*" I Talent Show Winners FIRST PRIZE at the Local Talent Show at the tiiobe Theatre night wai ^warded to Hubert Clarko, :i no* diaeovory who lang ihe claiilral mimber Thai rfOdaa Carl (lest, who Mng He Kt rvo" receive*! the aaeond prl/e conaolotlon u b Ninnifi luce with Rood For Lo*f." In The gO A_ J •WniLHlVl ain.^ l*TlI „ DlNa C0M 0 r I Not gOMip. not rumour, bat TACT. Juv look at this tm of foaturei UKra-modem styling, big-car rix^niincu, Optioinr wiodioren and rear wiadow, LovkhocJ hvdraul^ braie*. *vnchromatic finger-lip gear change . and nuny other looocro refinementt Never bciore has there been w much IO a car to tali about. The Ne HILLMAN MINX .1 l-'rvsh s/< i/ in in i 1/in i.i./ ylii.iili, COLE & Co., Ltd. I Bff BViiini II-I Uf]a*""C • %  'i Di.ml.h*. BIK ii %  t*fn*. nmpi-., lu.h, Kln.-.orm, p.orta.l^ Acna, PTar r gcaw*. *<•& u*a HIM t'- Ixtnt let Uid lun ma ran (•*! In(crlar and *• %  • > i >a to** your trimta. Cl.r year .tin thU new ^l^nI ulte war, nnd dont ti bd < miU> jieopl. Ihink you arc diMed. m A Mew Diieoeary Niiod'rfi t* " olfittn-ni. but dltT^r•ni rrni an)' Ointmel rou Lava .v.r K*B ">T Ml If I :. P'w d!r<,*.rT nd In.'f rrn-y but I.'.H ilmo.1 n%  i II you applr It. It p-nirai "Jiy |nii> tbe port* an' right" the • of aarraca .Kin bl.mlil .. i lntr-j I.I i tea i r ht ikip irauMM In U>*. WBTI I. It I fight, nrnl hit!, ih* micro*** or oaraI >ua orua naponaiM" lor akm iwr%  .'. S It Ptrypa Itching. hutnl-K .md %  Tuartlna la 7 lo in mlt.utr. and ..-.I. iMi'i %  ooth.. tlir .km 3. It h-t|>mi'" Leal •* %  • .'i i N % % %  (t and W..iy • l:Kt. Works rat k a*a Nliod-rtrt 1-. %  •!n''il" i llhl ."\i,l i ItrlilnB. burtllnr .nd •martlna m IX. | ninuto, lhi-n alitrta t.> wii i at-ty. flraiire a...! tour akin, matting tt ltf>r. Whiter ami fimQj tmu"-lh. In J'.( a d-ir ur two r*>ui I mirror will toll you thai hero at la>i ia.' BtSOrta AFTgR a aelaoilflo lraatmwt roa havo b-a -dli.f to elaar your .kin—fa praaimt to mak. you look ir.ora attractive. help you Win friend* NKo.Unti baa VUCfit Clrr, h-iltBur .Kin. (O lhou.and., .Ii !i n* Mr. n I. wti.i write*. I iiunvr.l from t-nltlT lt<;iiInf. turelna; and .fiariina Kciefrm ior 111 y.ara. Tried ev.ryit.laa. At laai I ti-afi of Nilrl-rm. II %  %  I>JM \ the Inning In 10 mini 1 —. 1 could ,-ee my .km ekarin* up en ine %  -oiil day. Ail ihe rd dinguilri: < % %  • %  •"%  and asaiy akm greaae* irea" la %  " %  %  .mal.d t Ihe ImpTO frlerd-w.f SalUfactioi. Gunr awlooal M*i* aatlal o/ertn fro i Inr. U-* m the mlri-r %  Bt tha Improvement. TnoO Ju.t kaaa on aalag NI.M.-.I t..r na wr*lt and ai ( iba ,:'r .i .. I your rnotjev : ti. > N.xoderm fiotn your !wu.U( today. 3>1 i-t.oaroiaU)..u •\1 9KM WPJ$md • NEW Spitt" J§l A im A-W% 4WewVfl A Ihr Ship*, f'omr In Thry Bring V* WATERMAN'S PENS, Cf TRITE PAPER, SPECIAL LAl'NDRT I M'.i II SMALL THERMOS ICE JARS. \l i.l I Mil I .nd FLOWER SEEDS AEROSOL FLY SPRAV P.A. CLARKE—Cosmopolitan Pharmacy PRINCE Wm. HENRY STREET. ,^^ ^j. % % % %  . m. ... i HM ~7! ESSO SERVES AGRICULTURE with Petroleum Products for every Farm Machine and Vehicle BWIA BRITISH WEST MDIAN AIRWAYS B.W.I.A.. BMDGETCWN THE ROOM WITH A SMILE IT PAV TO 1AT £sso K.M. JONES & CO. LTD. Agents. THE ADVOCATE STATIONERY THE MOST MODERN IN TOWN We'n ;, <;.uly %  : there p)< |>llslll'i .... ui corofi i . I.OVEI.Y PATTERNS OF FLOOR COVERINO DURAGL1T I


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-i MOAT. AUGUST S. l*Sl SUNDAY \DV1K ATI" %  M.I Tiiiiiri ES HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON 7&a?.i' sis ilicfe^ A 5? OkPk MRJLI a 9 B\ ,r-. an tioriL Stands Supk&wji IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi' customers for Monday to Wednesday only I MI, ili Now Pkgs. Swee! Biscuits 48 40 Bottler Guavc Jelly Tins Bird's Custard Powder 45 •• Pkgs. Macaroni Tins Morton's Fresh Herrings 36 2 Pkg:.. Lux Flakes D. VSCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street UM.II) 42 NOW M 33 30 26 •20 EEE1 i 1U1 IE HOME APPLIANCES 1 \X \IH\\ WiVIIMI. I 11 < IIUC 9-lh WASIIi'i; MAt MINKS tvllll IM'MI'A \VKIN<;M( THE I \Mi S Kin UK.II SPEED I PINT KETTLES GENERAL ELECTRIC—V.S.A. Al'TOM \'''( BUDOBT IKONS rm MII it ii.u run PYLON PINT KETTLES ( IIHOMI AMI ALUMINUM TURNOVER TOASTERS, 2 SI II I i:\sinow EH Al TOM ITTC IKONS ,\l.l. Till-: \IIM. .till*PI \I.IIY ..###.# I. VfaV.V II I.I. 1 I.I I II I Ml.I.II ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LTD. Twccdside Road —St. Michael Phonr 4629 1371 >-#-,•*%*.•, •.-.-. %  .•.-.'.-,•,-,.,•,-,-.-.',-,-.',-.-.-. •.-.',*,*.•.'--.--.-,-.--%----*,*,Simmy .1 „„. J3 i *t > % %  •<-• AND BEDSIDE TABLE LAMPS with and without Clocks %  i CMM ami si 'nir Selection ./vv,y,v/,',,,. UIII v 114)1 I 1 Boilam Lam and B"daa Aonntli < lui, R Sola l£i|iri's.Ml.ili\, I Rota Wad fa <,, —Swiln rlaad \ Royal Crawa Darbj Porealabi o Ltd E n gland | Crown StaaTardsbiro China Ca Lid Englaad •'.-.-.'.-.-.•.•.-.-.-.•.•.•.-,-.•.-.-.-.-.-.-,•.-.-.•.•.-.•.•.•. %  .-. %  .•-.•.•.-.•.-.•.-.-.>"r Valla MM ha %  \ li ill I III il II! I I %  Mum LUSTHM 8" Wttk ilw W . •-€ U .TlA PI 4111 Ill.llllVSIISr" in Tun IMII'IY SIMMMS — "Cotton Candy" — "Star Bright" bmutr to you* Nails as CM n Tlw K Tl 1B& BULL! W* I Kb GUmMirtojc LwtthCUTKC" Th* UwM'< iimt pmuhr N..U Ml*. Hooker's B D 0S Drug Stores Ltd. BJHMD mm ,.r Mill-, nnnniv ni\sTi\r.si



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FOURTEEN •-I \1> V\ \l • V < >• I I --I Mill M 1.1 >l •, la:i CLASSIFIED ADS. TILIPMOHl ISOg Tha charelor Birth. Marriage. DealrA (l • M on Week-d>. -'"1 II lor • %  i.nibcr ol void* up to M. S Nnu pr wort on wesk-dayi 4 vmli per word on Sunday! lot i •tfml word FOR SALE M 1 I M uUiol-l if m 4 "Mi l>ri additional *ord T.*nn c %  I .(.. %  %  I %  THANK%  %  >ionk l 1 B : craed %  • bom in Ha > %  > %  %  '! % %  1 Jolt IB lie ffN hour. ( turn % %  Jvlvu Edith. In. law': Ja*k%. Norm, m AU'TOMOTIVI A I C .iid'iii-i o II P Salaofl ism e>y New Upholatery ... Apply CViwral Kngine U3I ... B..fc. ft a ai —i GOVERNMENT NOTICE. HI KM INN l |( I M 1 %  u-f" Saloon Car, H I.Und -cen at Redman Taylor* Kr.AI. ESTATE %  ISO >ard • S in %  I v. .-. %  NOW, 0*11*1 IU F tM 3til k KAiai 300b tnllra UN, SIS tW •1-74. •-.,. .., 31 1 SI verandah, rrn dew go %  LOW A comparatively now li.iHlrin bun ( Ml. 1. • llii.unl Bl K.r C.BIII %  on and aw a, I rum in* main 10-d. 1 bedroom* *nn M'IRIH| water In aocn tlas in.1-11. o Pot Mi"-; cuniint w Walla Ml uodftxi.i. 1 1.1 I'h-nv 2Stil or HmM 40*8. l.7*l-T.r.W ANNOVM'KMENTft abte Irom Continent Thnei> interested plena* nxiunumoi' with Courts*) <•"jaw White Par* H....1I. IK.I Ulft ft lll-tn 0 Sporti IPtO. T D Model. 1.relict running condition%  %  nd ho* It 1 1 an tun' Two-aeotcr; Independent Iron! wheel nuapcnaton alvaa tjen.ct rUa -it M . %  Kia.id No 1 r.-.noable uflei ni-a Ptia*>e aSM 1 R 11 %  I.I a . BIT* Rlluali tl liontage i.le. alsu Modern Ho-nipot of I .and. Bultallle .pply lu 11 A Htuuka Hi Ait'! lion ft Drug sad Patent and Propi jfftj. "l in thr Official Gazrtt, f M01. lay. 01 h Auicust 195], 2. Under this Order the n Tablets", "Hydrogen Peroxide (McCleans)" -rtn "Krusrhen Salts' -re U fxllowt: — PheiisiL Tablets Hydrofen Peroxide (McC lean*) Kruarhen Salts S„ .. I I M %  I Large 4-oz bottle !8-o7. bottle 1 Small sized bottle 1 Large MAXIMUM RETAIL PRICE 35c. 0(k. 30c. 49c. 4th August, IBS! SHIPPING NOTICES AUCTION SALE The Sale of Mr. Ml Fun tun and all) take place at "Whitehall". Codrmgton Hill, St Michael, on TlKSOAY 14 h August. AITTKiNEERS lottaa M. I*!-.-*' fr <•. A.F S /.V.A Phone 464 PLANTATIONS BriLDlNG MAir Illfh Ri !" n. 1-nnU. Khort' CAKa %  %  I it Rabinn only I i.noo mili- in • %  cvllvnl condition F.-rd ItU Prafati v< • food condition | nut iraaonal.lv priced %  —11— llrt KUd rl lam, ai 1 roid mi V s bina I'k—p Crj 1.. itfji it. 1 ChMpIV Prfcrrt.aj oanta* LM iti-HiNnts i>KKMni a HCAIUISNCE I T d..r Ri fel Maavi. Mai. >H.til ftMl Daplh aOout Bo it Wall (Ml M *• in MI I'Kk-'j? Morn. I In S"1 &PKM 1AWTA M.JIIA-*yai-al *-•! in Caribbean Ra'ci Irom V pr HMd pr da* GRAND HOTEL-in n !••!• dTituU d:iUKt lUkMt Oovarnmcii B* m IbtM from WOO * hapd pat day SKAS1DT. IVN-On (iiand Anas BalMni llMch Itatoi ftem MOP wr h'ad pat Oa tn.ilrl* loD M Sllnacr. Grenada aS*l—IPn PERSOiVAI. Tic p-.iMlr arc herein warned aaln' B-Vlnc credit Id I Wlft l-id AufUMw Jonljn .nee tJnflllh .• I H<> not hol.l Tnyaell wai^.n.lba. lor he. or an>on. 1 la* conuactinn an> datot or druia 111 ml i.aane unlm> by a %  rrRMa "ider •>snc u by he mo BENJAMIN JORDAN Da BMW Rnnd. si Mb MM ft tout*'* Drug feu lA-iii %  Garage. M"iTOH CVi .4 S '>d londlli'H PBtr V M 1 or MaiUt.il t. Rot bock atraol. n. Phons Mf al 31 B si U a Ona %  a A ]>• H Apply tv.lnay Mar •lack Rock KLKCTR1CAL a J>lck-l*p lined Into —B>iliah Lad, reojirei -nt r.iddl-aed (l.ietai Maid. • lain eookuui Only TM-%  IBrafarenc" roi^idcr-o Phi MISCrl.l.AP^KOUS Apply t) M Ainipann MOV II VltM PHOJETTOK 10 m n. Mo* 1* l-llm Ptojector 1 irtirat Phone ftSMI 3 I P1AY "EN i -iWi wpa and c PlaypenP.O. WILL BUV Old China. Paporv>nahl> Jade. Dumanat Silvar. rumil.ire Pslntifut*. *nuB Roxai. Perluma RolUcnrwteiai'. Brooel.e.. Hin.. ric Am Uilns Rare or Curioun GOBBINOP-S TM* Antique Shop Dial ttis ft I 91 —in FOR III VI HinlmHm chars* M retili Sh"df M 1., nd. 8 -.tea SI d in the kia Al>T to T Heodia) u. %  kn"' %  1 1.rt.lv.r 4 • HOCoif: J-badrooen Modern Hou ,.. —iiencei Situated Top Kork Avallabla fumlahed or unlurniahd a k-n* leate Aopl Ralph Board. Low. Bay Slroat Phone oSas > > !-• >FPICE CM AIMS j„.t ,. m %  < %  < Omce Poature Chair* with reo point adjuatmant. See them tcdaj T Ueddeo Grant Ltd.. or 1MB! M4J as SI—tin LIVESTOCK KA< I TAia AKITA 1. aK>L ."ill Ns DHK.I.I.A l>v Kaiilorri Ihree ..Iher l.,-li ill KkM | ii.. lr Mrtot. P.^t-wl-apain • a H.-ln ir-old Chan • gfaj MISCELLANEOUS ANTI^CUH Ola*.. China Id Jawal Early I Autographa t c .. at Gori %  inup, adiolnlnd Royal Va 1 dtacnptio'i Rna Hllvci DafekT, Map. ngea Antiqm :ht Club, a u R,--t f n IIAIIVS l-PIAM In .. .,1.1Ai.pi* M" Sea .• . m l-l. •a. U.1 51 .II p) lh a Lorga p. Whu. 1 la*. Ne 1 .. DM UiH' anal KiKKni wltl. BHUI Downstairs l^nps Hn*i"H nUoui. UpoM Ir s, %  I..Id -vri I Bin Made up kraUanec. Gal>an>" 11.-.1TlnouKhout No Toaafaahtl C M. Nvorly anv Kind of Prupoiiy am Dial 3111 U. HI. IUII'(i I M— In I *SH NEAR aO<.KI.KV t.l.l 1 ClI ft i.uildlna nte (or .ale. pood residential SSeMon. adjoining ol OoM Club, mudaiat* pr--e For doil.adon ft a II-tin l-INIi I1.ISI aq It ol Land. Bar arrea.Rd. oppoiite StrathcKde Hi* Mi or 4M>| 1 a Bl—3* l.\SU Al si : \V\I.I M I. (01 buildup in.-.. For part..'itat• appl) K. K ll.nle. t>l*pl,oite SIJI or Mil Kill-tl*. I IKK %  AM ,, ... en Ch ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. H1INOI pavan AM-tr.RI^M M HIHt l[,i J„l, ISM. *. Aa.AMIMNON 2nd AimuM ISM. %  s. COTIM loth Augud l*il -Mi tM. r rl.YMUITU ANII AMhTtRUAK Ma oli\\ir*T*l> alh Annul ISS1 \lll\(. in iHIMI'in mi \\l \Hlliu *SII (.1 l.lll.l HIV. w ^ nnvtiiii isai M BOABtSMHOM ih Aufu.t 1WI. -(ul IMA nth Auam itni -MI.I.NO III TSIMIIMl AMI n.Ai \u .HUM > 1 ISM s iHUtSOM, BX>N a CO ill). %  al V "C-rlbtiee" Will Carpo and 3*a ss sas r s Nevla and SI KHU Kail Friday IPth The ^1 v Itsnotur -in ipt Cargo and P-\|"i -i-rr.l pvH and Si Km. MII %  IXnrrWfHMl" will I ent .nrso -nd I'-%  Ors ii... 1 1 %  %  : tried I.W.I HOONER OWNERS' ARFOC1ATION (Inc.. Conui Un ee Tele M1 Canadian National Steamships tot laaotim I^DY HODNKV CAN r-ONaTRfr-Tor LADY NtLtoN CAM l liLISEK CAN i.AIIJENaBR LADY KODNKY I AM < OHeTTRUCTOR I M.Y MLSON BJffPM 1all fta.aaS.. Balkaaa. %  Aus ,0 j I Aur A>t 13 Aus I* An • A, u II Aiaj * n At SB Aus M Am S3 Aul. 1 Bopt b*| 2B A„< 1 Sept i fspt II an an sept 10 IK' 11 .-pt 33 e,,i I O.I %  a oci BoM 1 Sapt ... ISM 34 Sept 3 Ort OCI — l*Od II Oct. IS Ocl 14 Oct M Oct FOR SMI 1 Sites, sue I343S aa It.tat let. ait.. I., the OOrUl eoal of RrHtona hill r. yotr Price 18 cents per foot Electric DM HEAL ESTATE ON EASY TERMS ONE kl |l Chattel hit.inwith she aaaaaa. Dep...n asnanj) t MalvDgaiK Lan 1. %  !• Or IIFMOOI. BINE, the InriH|r Rknlii i*. "ii tired m.d oiei'wnrkcd peraoni: T n bolllf todav. alau tve 11 i., %.. children. It Is plrassnt to take ami wii rattan their viuiity IM the ork A fresh *tippl> DtUUUta. 1 SI 3 Ilia new term r I MaA Al (THIN I'NOER THE DiAMOM) II VMMEIt %  uc t ion OH Tueadn> I tin AuuM. n-'i II 1 Wa<.-r-h,...i ndp ire nn > Motor I -II SUIBI JOHNgON rrom a tin ill Floor*, r. PASTE WAX *.i,.inii nillura and Ivathrr LOKI & roinvit lOHNRON'fl CARNV leaner To be 1.-.-1 11 H i-i Air. one pair • %  * mi asrrlBon s-iv. le.ed on i.f ruins ..,11 Ii IMNM>N S ; 1111 and li>' Hlaflord Hoi PWatTRATINO Ii iMNs-iN S I.IQtllll lean, and )>ullihe* jour %  J.ill'.Sn-. s rltlapul nibbmr COAT Sunalnu (IT Fl.xirs Elimm t II SI .1 JOIINISON-a Cream Was. Sunshine a ou clean Bapeciallv far furniture I. N u rnaalMs. it i> Wm %  OHNS iN- WAX pmiiitn-i % %  ii Lcodu 'Di.lnlHil.M. K IM IM II KOTII IS Ten cenla per nnu Una on u-erk-dov snd II ceaia per apale llao on Soodopl "iHil'nim chorDe II SO on weeK-dSb md SIM <>n iuinh.i. NOTICE ItlEK POUCHES— A vailely as and suaa All weld.d How i H I F IJiK..j.d. Swan HorO. i SIreel Good for N. xi-ci >t..le Factor 1 RIP1XY-ON SEA M. lurnltliad. 1 bed. Phone, lot Septen oe ptai am wen oaaat, in ... redIpsrator an> .tnd irom W avsssbi 4 %  SI--1%  aUNIFT vu.v lad ..t sVaSkasl F.KKlah-d With 3 lie^rwm* dining| am .,„. and -II other co-.vei.icn.e' Oervanl morn and %  niim* "• >' !" '_ 1 ita t %  ' MAPLE MANOR 01'KIT %  OlSl OPPOSITE HAST1NQS ROCKS %  al SMi. L urn 'iM %  tansavrsss t ln-da)'s (i. A. Song "I M .tiit In be happy "hut I enn't bo happy . till I have a Gas Cooker too! .. Hubby take note! TO-DAVS NEWS HASH Outstanding I--ok. n D 1 irnda < Mount Ul 1 tat 111 Full ol -..Ibbean 1-1 and1*/IBLANDS IN TSI HI S Similar re Book full of rich 1-Vo I PTATIONXKT i'.tir aisw in PlaeUc Honey > cor wUdshMtds. VabreakaLl. JOIIStu\ HAKDRABjl .a-rul |.li ...IM laorden. chansc of I'le. Ba*> %  U'cjndvwn and rinanated curtdltinn ami • here tlandular j.lhrnn uh pSysl %  nd inlelleclual ..cllclt-n.j HUMl TA1I OlDs iH' preacrihed for Maloa. in MAN 1001) ami urod iiMT.iiiki-ci nunlaH) rOBUlla %  uBiante*.! lobnurle.. rilAttUCS MOl'X PnMMM mtalnalilr al leailma llntasi.l%  %  I NOTICE s< aiidten.e Luksi m tb. the 81 DU %  ] •MM* Lnki'a BoyS' Bcnool E 337 dico Thr Pin % %  corapntoupn i nas : 1 lied HARNIIV li \ \roM.\N IHIIUISI. ron P kaM Socretary LONIHIN IIIAMflFR OF COMMERCE EXAMINATION" aNTHirs for IIAwtwaui lumim. 1. ll. ol the London Chamber MiKiaaotNU I^VDY RODNEY LAUV N1IJSON AIH ii(ii,sr\ v 111( 77 Hept n on llfai Manlraal 1 IMI U am 1 Repi a o.-t I Oct I NOMV GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents. I IM < \l H\ \] OURIOOI M no.n INTSAM I a\AwiN*inis ssaill TUB (Lillowlns cai-iid-i.-. poaaed nlrance %  ui.ilnati.n 1 Frida' ., leplei llaile) t. %  uilMHi. Clioiax II |."H". Hal V • 'IJIUHII, Jam Mi.ro.. Ilhnn ..I Erra .17. Wnilehead. t;. I I %  0 C MH.LAIl. A1.F.XANIIRA SCHOOL SppifhUldun. nsrbados. B.U.I. The Govrrnora of Aleiandrp Scii.-i nvilo APPI.K A (IONK tor Iric pmt o IrAIIMI-TRF-H. The ur ltrn.1i Ireq • io.jndi. Srhool ichoal tviin IM suii lucparal..: D> tlM 1-1 JanuBO, IMI a day Baoundai. on the roll mil I I tURdd Thcle k ment and a Mam .1 Bducotuin will In* lakm Iron ISSI tine i. a Ulrl Guide C.nipnny siu.h,. 0 ih achool. The llnid.i I.*IP.V wh.> ahnuld pntui 1 a Rriiuh Unlvt 1 'earner'* Dlpkuuii or Certihoi. ml 1 %  tttKHIn The aalary offer.,I pj £61 ia u .tad a. rent tor the partially nil irihea nraldenre In Ihe ichool Sroind. ptavidad <'•> DM ISM ..1 tt %  •admutrcaa Tlie Headmiatroaa H m 1 Civil Hen .111. but apevfca Wider the Tealiei Psnaton Acl N -ntnbiiiiina mr pa>al.l.v Hut Ihe mm D ,*ear. Sei ice al Aknnndia achoul W 1 niaUrytna undr the l.nall.li Tr —her Alan Aci %  I MM 1 %  %  > eedliiB CM. will be nnld alalm 1 :'. i.... MCI A RALPH A. BEARD REAL ESTATE AGENT FOR SALE Hence. About half an acre nt H planted wtB ni • ,1 -.11 oen Barbadian -lyled houx inn the city UniiU. Thli hou 1 alrcad) been divided up Intir flat* and has o*ar two asrei land (tirroundina I th%  Ui nparty in ow pylna iii-lnd -uli Applicant! BhouM forwai.l 1 'IVMII the li.iit.uii.* pai'.nl Data and place wt Mrtl Schoola an : OesfM. Bi.ms sataMcti obtained 1 1 ... 1 1 %  %  : ill anyi 7 Participation In oul of-.la artivt%  Gamrn record %  if anyi l Med-.l CerUSoote .4 Htnaaa II Copies ol throe recent U I II The namei and addna— at two rrlerre. Tha .Lit-meHi tMelner with Cartlftcot. n.i'i, 1 1.1 i_ .,i.„ '••' "' BppM. Iivtna In Ilia t'ntted Kim M_.houM >ond their application! I, India C rtulk IMI 1... .1. ion JM sand then M I Aleiandra S.h<-.! naibodo.. W I, kg JIM ombii, IPM f O&W* X^dJ-VCeV-.-V-^C'^, ,-,' CHIROPRACTIC a 5 irrocta dlacaari ea !" n.. H .. throat, lun.. atomaeh -and .. ala.i heart ..'hea Kne* O I foot tmublaa Dr* Ppiielra fi ifovilh, I'Df., Bay Street ^ a. laiilenad.-. D,., Mai ,y£ V '.*.<.e.e.e.e^.e.ee.e.^e.e.e 1 e,^ < .,,,,,> re bedroon home on .MaCoaal *nh rlahi of way to • 11 Sepaiale Saraae Stand11 a quarter of an acre of ThM w van t Hi I Bl XI WO mtb castaitrutted ilti"h-'d .T..p Roeh with %  nil. tiled bathmnma and a and* a maanlilcont vktw of .'ind.n* c brys da 11. -i 1 1 UM %  landini In "all M own private BBS t Jame. Ctoaal Three M erty aa the arlvai PHICE xs.atn Ultra modern lame reairtrnce on Ma.wrll Ctrtial with t four be€"rik>ma each with pn.ete bath Very lane drawina room. breakra.t HMM, dellahlful kitchen ..Ml ...II. ALSO M,0M square I. able bulldlna land ab-nit l M, ( ld.l.nn Thla BCMaSrt] BwaaTfl BSM pi "*e moat •pectatul.ir Hew In Baibadoa ..,..,1 tell ha. Ihe brow main road Mil -11". .indrd and al l the adva We have -everal n proper! ir. on .1,1 !%  uleawil to aulrlaa at i>..r new the 1 .mall field.. implrlo pBteMP. %  %  REAL ESTATE JOHN Ma BLADON ir C*. a.r.s.. r v A. H I.. M RALPH A. BEARD F.V.A. REAL ESTATE AGENT and AUCTIONEER ll*r,l*.id Alley. 'I'hone 4S83. I iwl.iiifi it,1 a Unnil I'-1 •nil ul Hum? Then Try TAYLOR'S SPICIAl BLENDED IIIM (Wilh The DUliiuiivc Flnvcmrl lh.Rlpnil You will enjo>. SIP IT— TO ENJOY IT JOH.X n. 7-.1if.OM t\ swvs in MIMIIMIIItl I .11.-den Bd I'M Suii or LMMI IIandM>n>e a torey none proptrtv willi %  ...f and pine fl.airlna Contain1 reception, dinlns room. 5 bodn>om>, 3 bath* ami WHet* I %  Mt reiu-iellrd WPl Bt h Ground, ol about IS.OOD aq It v„ .,....* 1. %  ,-. 1 .-•• %  ipkaa %  Doctoi reaMrnco or OurO Houas • ail HHiiMi" Marine flarnena. -A Bolldly conairucted 1 tony -tori., huuae with wallaba ahlnsle roof and plnr AtK-rlna. well placed .lie I'lea.ant lawn. flower ,-di. kllchin aaiden and larsr yam Armmnr.Uti.in eemE rtsaa 1 lounge., dlnins room, reakfa.raOBt. U'ae kilchen. I versndan*. liedroniK. I batha and toibrU. 3 saraset and aerirajba*' q %  -ble lor convrnton into flator boardinc houae Nil I (PI %  • Il.lh.heha Siit-ilanllaili built modem itono bwnaalaw on the bmw of Ihe .l.ffallordina line view of Ihl* Wild and r.*W> coo.t line There are 3 Bood bedroom.. In ma room. I-Hled Ballery. kltrhen orvtnl. Quartan and saiaM Ewetrlelty and watae or* Mid on. Land is over I acre* and there are about 10 coconut tree. IntereallnB proposition at tow flsure a-ked 1 ttBLANt'A Matwelia A beautiful property enaMsat pre-war workrunninp wnli a retepuon. 4 bedinanihip Hell declared for eaay •oonia. verandah, kitchen, pintrv suraae. m rv-.m. etc. Tha land I I acre, with flower and productive orbody) (.actable aardem FOR SALE ''AKTRIES ST LUCIA • %  .ae.t^ %  :,l p..-.II,in. Appro acra bounded b. ihrao na ads and Caiina. BUM Par lars on appbcstion 'tandlns In ipnmi IS Pcrea planted with fruit trees 3 large ... %  iiiion. t l>edioueiM. 1 n... kiuhan. 3 bauirooma etc Central. ly locaie.1 and uliable for envenlon Into Raia or boardma housa ttHIIFHAI.L FLATav Codrimilon HHI. SI MH-hael A Hue old country manalon recently converted Into four apaclou Kmury flat* Rltad with all modern MS There are appro* laid out with lawna nbrubherles and garden!, the ion. driveway approach I. flanked by matured mahogany tree. Good property especially owner Only 3', mile, from town MM ktanu not ss Bui. tons Craaa Boad A distinctive and wall built two rrtoray stons house net In well maintained ground. Thr Bardena are matured and there ta complete privacy from tha loadway and adloinlna propasty There Is a covered entrance porch for car., wide airy verandah., large lounge with a ,),. 1 .ia.i-.iv making an at tractive feature, dining r.-.m. 4 good lig fuum s, kilchen, butlers PBTltry, -torcruoma and uaual 1. MaUa HMM M a Mia* %  laiagc. apreatJt'fl quarter-, etc An edremaly mlereatina snd properly SL iitii.iiia* HOI 1 Jame* An Ealate Houae built ol Ptth pine num. and -htngle ..-.I 3 reception. B bodrootna, v.-randan* ate alen sara|e and u.ual outbi.ilding. The houae .land, on appiox 4 acre, ol well 1 Umd lniaJaoa-nl a* %  1 bj a long driveway flanked wllh clowly planted mahoganv tree. The nutland ill* of Holder'.' U the ear, i,,,eU ..ie which ha. the advantage of bcmB Well elevated and cool, wllh fine view* all round Coail la le— than a mile awa> and town I miles covr -trsisn iiot'ai". at J.mieA 'i MOfW) hoiaw Oh coaat *'ili %  Bdd around! and internalTin re 1. r.crl lenl bathlna from a —eluded and pnvale sand) .->se • IHSItl Pro.pect. 81. JpabM large | .lorey stone houae ul Bound comlructpMi totaled on ovar S an acre of Rood CtaSSl land with IA0 feet of SM Itontacr Plot cla-a -andv beach and calm aefe bathing The hnuaa h.i. t large living room.. 4 bedon the upper Rnnr With %  initial acconj modal ion below on Ihe ground floor. In our opiiuuri Ihi. property would ho eminently .It..,: and asut ba -oki s-Tned buio„ on ihT Vual; bieasn *-P--* t' W \ eo ^ t — i.r_T, Th "* '• a lame pom. I'ined louiiae dining room kltrh. wtB rrrlna hatch i bed. haul "tTtcei Open and oRcm RENTALS ri ItttM Mill ( UTTAOE". Dsyrel.. I .ituatad • %  M from 3lhh "WSITRHALL FIATS-. CoSHUI, Ml Michael Madam apartment* with UBV ol beautiful 1 ,:..li -BTBATHMORR". Cullodan R4-, Town houae lumuhed or unf-rniBhcd on lonf kMM. U1AL ISTATE AC.KNTS M riONEF.RS aM BCRVanrOaU PI \M\riONS lit II.DING I'hon 4641 WAN T i: II FOR C.P.I.M. (SHELL COMPANY) OIL TANKER FLEET IN CL'RACAO A limited number of A.B. Seamen. Masters or Males of Intercolonial Schooners m.y apply. Please bring Certificates of Discharge. Also a limited number of Mess Room Boys not over 80 yaui old or men having Butler experience may apply. Apply 10: DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.. Cavans Lane Warehouse—City. On TUESDAY, 7TH JULY, 151, .1 4.30 D In ..... ^. .. „ >vvvvy^....,.,...^.,.,... . . jV jV jVW>t g Q Q Ihe "DeLuxe Bottling Co." | I'PPER ROEBUCK STREET 5 raOI-DLr ANNOl'NCES THAT THEIR Hi:t I 11 Vt.l S W.U. BE ON SALE TO THE I'llllM On Tuesday. 7th August, last Flavours of ORANGE. GINGERS .nd SODAS Other FLAVOURS to follow BOTTLED BY REFRIGERATED SVSTEM tnd under the most Hygienic Condition. IB" Look Out For Tha "O.S.M." STAMP On Your Bottle S N* HIM Al A IIIRIHI BARCAIMa IMM IREMFAl a HERE ARE A FEW ITEMSDUCIIESS CREPE (Blue only) 1U. fn yd. FLU SEERSUCKER Ie. „ WHITE FLANNELETTE tte. ROYAL CASEMENT ST' wide 7W •nOn SHARKSKIN—Heavy Qualily .03 „ .. DOTTED TAFFKTA—Exquisite .hade. .• .. .. a iimi AN* lOIS IM THE IHIISIBI IMIIIUISI oi tHwrisi •• SAVE BUIItll %  ,-.v,w.v.vn i, 11111111 n 111 mn 1111 n i



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Il IIIM. Ol I \ Mill *\** 4afl£ i —Taw iH jLjuu9HI 5' < "•" Ul 1 %  A %  %  -a IUII mill. DANCE $ CADKTS M Paragon Ranfr on Thar-dav Vm ! not pan of Uutr tratnuiaIt w howrvi great fun lor the Csdta. In Camp W ilh Hie Cadets i u of9/. Field Sweep ll Tun* V ..in. i |i....l SCHO S .1' over the a *•; Id eagerly look foi ward io their Annual Camp To them can.p life is one of thrills ond ;i The local Cadati ,.,„, from Ha %  I i mbermere School no ex i MIC foiittn thc> were %  M playing IL On many occasions ijL'/l when ore %  %  i> red from Shim Annual Camp would • % %  %  [Mil Hull to Ban .lull Sonic Cadets now placeS |t i .,, • fa Hockav, the atr.. :., ILurrtaOD Collei'c drill Arm;. Lt On Friday n approximate !> 290 I the tli Fort for crimp A few ha \\ -\ |) %  %  stall oi i wa on hand to make all arrange.. n mentv After the vow | utven accon FIRST DAY I IrM Rare 1*24 |i MM i' n Si 00 (Bill U< iihtr ol Tubdi 'J OSSa. IWM. 01M 03M. Ml*. 1*01. 1MB. 1 Srend Race Orafcasita MIMI-' \ llrre we .arc main : I \ OO D | ANNUAl "'DANCE' ] .* at the : V Children's Goodwill League J .* TO-MOHROW NIGHT K (August 6. Honk HolUU) %  j N ADMISSION J/J J Music by { X Percy Green'". larche-lr.. * BAR — m usual — GOOI> ***'**-*-***-*-'-*-*.'.--'.*, *.*,*^-V-*-*' /.'.'.-,',-.-,-,'.-,-.',',*,',',',';-,-.'.-,'. I \ g Swkiy's Rrndrzvou% if CHINA DOLL j BM ..-<• Third R'cr TKItl ISTS B tad by C. S. Qulntyne, woo the '>iiii Compcil£**'£ d > which was held on Wednesday J„„7ih afternoon. This school was exnun -i %  iy unari and d aaa r ved l9 *J (be honour. Comben followed by Lodge. at Collage, again claim* I MM tlv Tanl Pitching in npetitton, On this occasion ( . S in inu-hing and* P ,„. The pi .... In atrtkteg and pitch! Apart from UMM COmpetltl ramme Included dniin. a ,,„„„, Local Fr.-. tt„ I .,i. i.n iTu-rili 1'ai.nte. |.h> steal training rifth Ranee, .it the "d lectures. The tlnul comiM'li auarstj on Thursday hiRhllghtcH iho Uon— tha ralUni Plata CompeO!" i'"..,„ ..„„,., camp |i tion waa bald nt tha Oovammanl -;T. mi ?T?H rim amri M MM i .. T. I4 ISM. .1*1 40 37*3 10 DO %  . .. V % %  .1 .... -(! %  : lourth Rare liffc'i MM BM %  VI i .... ) arts nia Mi At .rni n.m the Cadeb Irt Si Range on Friday rrwrnlnj The Ann's For: They marched to Top wlnnlna ad I on Harrison r*w rtock wl Anothei section from Iho ''''' for Paragon. There %  % %  ud aiui one from T V,V r '< very small .... the Cotntaarmen third, laeh member am eompsnle-' tmt the) too seemed of tna wthnlni aaet w n wai ^'"'; to nave %  rch. The ..warded a Daedal gv*r sight of the bu at rrtdai nlaht, n Baal night in sishib wflmmefl. on,,,. Vlls M C nl in traillllonr.l "Jj* Al ParoROfi Iho Ca | i,,.-r. A Concert was organised ^^ aemonstrauonn ..t platoon i.\ tii-. adeti and for the Cudets. nicvrn nation mid fuii ell Among the items on the pro aa firing on fixed lines and wa ,,.,. nnglog, Piano aotoa, ,ft *" ftxed limits. The DM ll( ,, holdtn ••< t'. — %  l.VI US I. 1WI in is IOCS 10 00 .. I., || M 10 00 10 00 io no i RESTAURANT MM hill Street Open 7 p.m.—Mu'niUTonltc (Sunday) Tomorrow (Hank-Holiday > Open from 4 p.m. to Midnitc keeps MMasfawsss -. %  without refrigeration M lamilrtt in t\ti\ pan f milkunFalHagl aateaedaaaaatul .hm ihev MWKUM, Your Kl IM ni.lk is pro.uetl in ibr IBUgT 1 —1 dsmpneit, t'Hiu -nn.tioii and Mrj harm n kttp> mihum refngiraiii.n. Smu wuh KI.IM ibers baa wastegjt tpoHaae,raw ti,tt lour full Fimncj *i>r;h of lhi tupenof qualir) milk i eatM io the verj lati imnce 1 KLIMis pure, safe milk KLIM KEEPS WITHOUT REFRIGERATION .-', 3 KLIM qualify is always triform 4 K LI Mis excellent for growinq children 5 KLIMadds nourishment to cooked dishes 6 KLIM is recommended for infunt feeding 7 KLIMis safe in Ihe specially-packed tin 8 KLIMis produced under strictest control Toko pura water, add KLIM. stir and you have pure, safe milk Delicious linn,.,. Food Fresh Sniifnpoa M< in, DUI 4730 For Krservall ,.i M Puo I BayStrei i .... % % %  ' gun %  tha Playmg aTteid bafora ihaii ;,,,, i nlni The) bonanward trip Later In tha : m mmp broke up rate and quick firing A demonSoma of tha Lodge School RALta BKUAUCAal iv natives of other island THE hroadcaat of tin | slow bU ltd Oenerallj they leturn home tO Tlll( ,-lul, Mid-Suioinei meetlil rapid ion apand thalr vacation with their which opened yeaterday. iii i relatltn Uria occaa*o taaard on T*M1 kii'K-vcles on were give aacrlltce Lav camp, •very Cadet ragn 'o. ,' ean aueh a u* I Browne uUoiaab knaWng ic period next The first Cadet Annual Cam] i walkers tn l!M LaM tion Hint a Rare 111 (?•. IP burnt. This wan unexpected fun theli i • %  %  n ind Cadet Onkera. I ivcTC %  i. my The Bren on two roni hft I., right and vice vet p.m. thl up and to Si Ann. Foil. During %  POLO PRACTICE MATCHES TODAY niERi will bo several wata I . %  %  \ for the forthcoming watei pal mi -Shlntey '."V "V ,I, h __ W as Intri i Malta by w h' ch begins BI 9M o clock i* I'S.M I Browi e ITn %  ad % %  ll11 ll the gam. i,e Team **A": P. Foster, c. Evelyn, i: Patteraon, 0 McLean, t; It is n Indoo game and the r I W< I %  up ol i ve ;' ride. % % %  The atlel tar to the Team %  **! M Poatei it Brooka fold hockc-y iticfc with the exeapI inning, H Weatherhead, K tion of a A ball Ii r and II Manning, by three \, there will bfl irachaa, lukei place of will b< luck. It In made ul seleeted rom thtxa AIM pier b) 8^0 o'clock. ravelength of 39.7K roetrea. Yeatcrday's Weather Report FMOH OODBDfOTOtN Rainfall: Nil I"" 11 '. '1'emiirr.ilurc; 7H.0 t Wind Velo.il> If mile per kaar Itarumeler iff a.m.) M4t3 tit am* :ioao:t VICTORIAN EXHIBITION 1837 1901 at THE MUSEUM GARRISON 7th—26th Al'GlST Furniture, china, glass. palntlnga, photi %  wetghta, au Dally 10 a.m.—6 p.m. SUIIII.K! HI I'm '. |i ni IDaauuMKNi l/ In BM Of MUSEUM COLLECTIONS FUND This Proud Feeling can be 1 Oatfiw / / WE OFFER .^ PYJAM \ 8 I J T I 3N[ G S IN A BEAUTIFUL RANGE Or PATTERNS 31' wide at ...S1.00 per yard 34" wide at. ...S1.17 per yard Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, il, 12 & 13 Broad Street AlA'l INDIAN CCKJKEUY by E 1'hyllh Clarke--3B3 Recipes pre p ared b] Mlaa I Clarke, former I-evtorer of Domestic of Trinidad. No pains have been spared in making this hook essentially West Indian and Practical. Also aratlablc frovi Stock — iloiMiedia. Oxford Concise Dictionary. Latin. French and Spanish Dictionaries in Itcsk and Pocket sizes. ttoiti His A <..-!>,. I :t:toi BROADWAY DRESS SHOP lrr.l <-lr.i.. ml URL SSI *. SKI III S %  IIIIIOIV III 11 II l 111 Slips in Crepe de Chine—13 00. in Satin —S3.35 4 $4.16 Nightgown* in Jersey. Lingerie. Seersucker fc Nylon. Dressing gowns in printed Cottons from 56.00 and in Satin. Slippers In Velveteen (pink & blue) — $2 69 and in Leather (red)—JS.Otf. Uath sets (in various shades) comprising: 2 tcvls. mat and 2 wash cloths—$10.20 per set. T S''<'//> %  (SEE THEM IN OUR SHOW-CASE) ~> A. ROLLOCK & CO. DIAL 3131 : ISaiiiiidnv Aqiialii I lull in Local Mernbm Altar that buay rnonUng ttV i':. i anjoj iho COOL also a drink. Then .i i-i %  % %  i | Aim. You %  bo he aarved wtth Una LuiKheon or Lvnack Ea %  1 IS I hint forget wc cater lor J BlrthoTaj Wedding, and A Cocktail i':ti'tics. and out | StarT will | iTii -,:;. I MAKE THIS A COOL )!ktl SUMMER!! Fresh Stocks Jii^l Received i W l ~ SACrHABIN TAHS DAVIS r'.M-ATOI. rOMIV I1AVW PALATOI. TLA1N IS 1 1V1HRON nErr moN a Come in and lei us lit you with a Fine LIGHT SUIT we have a wide range of Patterns P.C.S. MAFFE1 ft CO.. LTD. TOP SCORERS IN TAILOR1NO Prince Win. HT. St. Dlsl 2"B7 FOOD FOR THOUGHT From October, 1950 to June. 1051 Ihe price of Woollen Suitings has advanced over lOfl^J-. and these higher priced materials ore now beginning to arrive in Barbados. We still have a Hood selection of TROPICALS AND ALL WOOL SUITINGS at last year's price*. so NOW IS THE TIME to select yours at KB. RICE & Co. 1I:_I. il.Tailors. HOI.TON LANE. -M si tv^v.'-i.'.'.'--.-.-.-.-.-.---.-.•-'.--'-•-'-'•'•''-'-'-'-'•'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'•



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4&9S ESTABLISHED 13W BARBADOS, AUGUST PEACE TALKS SUSPENDED I'ltU'K SIX CENTS Armed Communists REDS TURN DOW \ Seen In Kaesong U.N. COMPROMISE UN. ADVANCE CAMP, Korea, Aug. 4 (JENERAL MATTHEW B. RIDGWAY, Com maniler of United Nations forces in Korea, to day suspended Armistice talks between U.N. and Communist negotiators, until the Communists ex plained why an armed Communist company entered Kaesong, with the guarantee that such an incident' i u i >i would not occur again United Nations official* t.iok calmly Saturday the news of the suspension of the truce talks. Their reaction was "Keep your shirt on" according to a United Nations spokesj man. Tho I:N inaMI a* "MandinK by" in uniniiHumr j ~, -~^ L.3. Does rNol LONDON .' %  COKHUNKl NBGOTlATORfi tui i MI what may have been the United Nations bid for ( Kaesong today, and there we'e ouinou* rrmblinfla from Kudio Pcipinu lata Saturday lllghL 'II. broadcast monitored m Tokyo paid II Korean! aimy worker! "are forging ahead with than decisl compliie their quota of winter uniform! I Vtaehinerv llu< kunrd Farm For Viva deleg .lion anticipation J tf a pot'ibie reply fr tO General Hulk.%  nounremnt lhal they woul l not I enter K.IPSOIIK until neutrality i*| observed there, an offlcril man said Mystery The DTOblam Ol the Km.Mi. buffer xone on which the Kaesong peace talks have been bogged dOWH for the last nine days a.*'•t the Senior UN official-. Twenty-four hours ago General Matthew Kidgway U.N. SursreriM Cootnundar declared In Tokyi that the military demarcation llDf upon which we must reach agrcement therefore lies somewhere bOtween the air and sea front on tlu11, (separating Manchuria and North Korea) and the ground lr< tit in the area of KaOBO' g. I'ynnggang. and the Yangin river" Speculation Bui d-night, Brigadier I.-:. i —r.p. Want Peace RUSSIANS SAY MOSCOW. August 4. The Russian Press and Moscow Radio quoted at length from Red Korean dispatches that the United States did not want peace in Korea o, the Orient generally. Foreign observes were growing more pesn i-tic daily over the t..!k.-' Kaewng though thi* might portend the breakdown of negotiation*. The Quoted di*p-tciie B characteiIzed as absurd the United Nations wajaJatni'i proposal to set the line ji'iw the 38th parallel. They said that the North Amen can* were "trying to secure an advantageous position." and trying to grab about 8.000 square miles of Red North Korean territory. A Red Korean dispatch said that if in Iks break down the North American Government "would be| for all the conse-i ii t'H'n failure — VT. WASHINGTON. Aug 4 The U.S. Senate storm is gathering rorce "v.. the Truman Administration plans In fl nd 'arm mnchincrto the underdeveloped areas of the world Chairman Tom Connally of the Senaie Furtigi. Rcla%  i mitlee compl... the Adminisratiun was embarking on a "broader concept" in the Point Four Programme for underdeveloped areas than Ihr State Department had planned Senator Guy M <;, that the AdmlnlatraUon'i tlS.SOJO,000,000 Military and K drawn" and would permit Truman to spend hundred.of milil.>i .ii his discretion. The measure ran IMo new trouble when George MrGhee. the Assistant Secretary of Staifoi the Neai East and African Affairs detailed plan to *pend $415,000,000 in arms aid and 5125,000 000 ascistance in those %  %  %  Tali caul 1 l %  part at ev Jsald lhal the. .-mild not ir-. %  %  ".! %  locaUon lu H %  %  reach* '. 1 *. %  %  loophole f tual agreemeni on 1U11: two of the annlv %  oxpecteu to cause num trouble -rr. CHALLENGES STALIN WASHINGTON, Aug. 4 Democratic representative Daniel Flood on Saturday challenged Stalin to stop Russian Jamming of the Voice of America for one hour to let Truman speak directly to the Russian people. Flood said he doss not think there is much chance that Stalin will accept the challenge. He noted that In its new "phoney peace offensive". Russia has called on Ihe West to state 1I1 ease. But fee said the West's efforts havs so far been "garbled" and converted Into Soviet propaganda.—l'.P. —r.p. E. Gorman ftvds Mu> Blockade Borliit RERUN. August 4 East German Communists threatened to blockade Berlin In relallaUon for the stoppage "' shipments from West Germany to the Soviet Zone The threat was made as hundreds of thousands of young Communists gathered in East Berlin for the opening tmnni row of the 15-day *rall>. win. I could lead to border clashes and disturbances In the Western seeing However Western officials minimised the danger of troubles, and predicted that youth* asking for political asylum would pose a greater problem than agitators Western ofllcials disclosed that 50 Blue shirted members of the Free German Youth, the "East German Communist Youth Organization" already had asked for asylum. Possible Soviet ii.vasion Route To \. America Mapped By British Bomber ICELAND, August 4 A British bomber finished inpping the possible Soviet invasion route to North America over the North Pole in a nonstop flight U its base here covering 4.128 mil"* l all banks, Alaska in 19 hours 34 limit tryin:! to hurry Wing Commander it r Frogla) World War II. hero Lbc Artei carried li met secret phoiographlc anil sOUOu lecti navigation, especially useful ove Oil Mission Arrive for Talk* (BY ROBERT UK WITT) TEHERAN, August 4. THE BRITISH CABINET MISSION has arrived (or new talks on the Iranian oil nationalization dispute. The mission, hraded by Richard R. Stokes, the Lord Prix Sddu, was met al the airport by V\. Averell Harriman. the North American Emissary in the Iranian oil crisis and Javari Busheri. the Iranian Minister of Roads. The British will be the guests of t Harhman to-night, and will see Premier Mohammed Mossadegh t<-morrow Mossadegh made an appearance lo-dx> before the SenI be praised Harriman for his "sincere efforts" to pave the %  > loi' new negotiations At the same time, Mossadegh outlined of vesUrriavs upreemenl to resume the talks dtaoloaDeinarcnlliin IJnc ft line 111 • Raafeo is •hat the 38th parallel i the da What iniiiallIndtwea the dismal picture is thai >. %  I \ 1 the U.S. Government have staled flatly thai the 38th is not ac,; eapCaMa The Important Fa* ta d which strong he for an aiireement Is baseil hire. || thai rlie Connntinist piv-s and Radio feBVl %  paigu relating that the I \ is J rsklng for the line far nofik <>f %  1 %  1 Then radio had said that the UN negotiators asked ftir its location on the Pyongyang Wmi on ...1 and even oi, the \'.,\ 1 Rivet These allegations, belied bv the highest aim* rlllei heri foi uh.il Ihev propaganda and attempt-. to sei up a straw man. which they €-annot knock down, and then claim while In real .1 1 raw % % %  1 km Demands Keasoimhle It can be stated with that the United Nations delegation is not making any such extravagant demand to push them inlo a runn," Ihe realistic .itlitude of Ihe I'N delegation aeeordlng to n high %  ouree ipolraarnan Ha said that the U.N. KUKgcstion for the demarra•ion line Is -umciehtlv m that a stand fo r a deflnlt Uon need not be marie The ipokc man for ihe deleeietlon. Alrforce Brigadier Qaneral W'tlnm Nucihat the U.N su 1 cry modi-—1 MEAT SUPPUES TO BUT] 'AIN AHK IIW IV/H.ING LONDi 'N ', ,. l %  If to 111 1I it 6.000 tort which Is le than h %  in June. %  %  %  oped a ft %  %  A, 11,500 tui. in June II %  'i tons; and in .luK 11.130 (OT I d uing supplies woui %  IllltiOl |)ldlltc*> ration rr. Results At 1 Glance 16 Poles Flee From Redo Be* Aiylum In Swedrn I'.S.—ja/un Pad W ill Be Signed September HUM II.W Ftnl Kaee ron II V-l ISO IklM l- Second Raee nil • Ml i lOLI Third Hare i ar-T irannM l -Ml %  mni" 1-mirth Race t limn -in r-ifth Race i II n Ala rAia 4AI.IV VII-Hlxth Race HBLI.H \IU> HrvrnUi Kare I H^BKOtlKBM HABK s ton iiUBBN STOCKHOLM, August 4. The ii pall h i.r % %  \ made dai It tecapaa fc irtaln honH land, pli edom beyoi inltatlon i %  reaieh ol Poland iiin.siiu SwedJ ih offlclal H tened • %  %  .i %  i %  i In the citadel al Lai Southern Sweden It will longer befon Mien fate I dei Mi remain hen poUtioal exUei i the MI b< i home rheli b aacapes I mutiny on the high sea.-, and in %  •tided up "llynu; ninkyjiil'' wefi imong IV. feUona] thousanda irf refussHM Who haw I II i lommunli fiyanny. — UJT. UJNHKST INCREASES IN RED ASIA B> W. A. KRASKR LONDON, Au I A wave of serious ui sweeping through th Republics nf O formcxl %  o uf ceai said that the eausod by tl i .mt.s strong uppoMtmn t.* cultural nd tt.is is i.- fcumnl ollHRa raditional hostility ol the A BU Muslims towurd t • •. % %  AT .I recent Cummiinm Parly II it n a prlma .nn, .,( ihe Conanunlsa •f the Republ in oi uiirenulting struglll manifptatlons of aritlifm i:.r. %  Queen Is 51 Oilfields Will Be Nationalised MOSSADEGH U.I\. Troops Vltrl At Red Youth Festival WASHINGTON Authoritative ouron Hid on I ihut the Unit" 1 Satunli ..... 1 Thli will bi altar the planned rlinli %  iei i Jan B Peace. i ALMORA1 I Aug I A iittiiD03 oaiiie.i Chartai (..IIIHI on hti BTandmother hssri %  ill 1 h, ,t .i nun ell %  pp blrthdaj Prtnci i %  i %  i .i Saturdaj i of] BERLIN An,4 Hnii-h. Preneh en Amei rights to .states troopi in Berlin WIN be rtauon mllH 1 •"• ,1 e -l Hi the ,!..• 'tU •' %  %  BUat hlch some count' < I i i ,, ,,„.., v; „ !i!;il|l |, i: %  %  %  i' %  refreal ft .• h she rePremii TEHEK.'.N. August 4. %  Mohammed Mo the North pole who ad |n| that has drop-(degh told a closed session of tin slot nis thl OUl of Of I The An Mil,. %  •a] anythlnaj aboui the Aiie*.. equiprncnt or the ieson lor tin night. But the route t A***" — from Britain to Iceland, then a flight BCrOM the Not In %  %  beak ti, wastai v h eh Ruashui Mam might taka k on Alasfca and the VS. The return imiim-> %  the CS ml hi use to tfjatnsl %  Russian attack or ferry planet to Europe "' North Atl 'e potar l.l'. ped Iran on arryln| hei draitle "H nniinnallaaUon law out to the latter it IS apparent that the 70 year old Premier IN awaltlni public rearto ihe new I I I ( mnpromi.c mtlad insistence (Iranian senate that negot ttlon with ihe British Government Mission en route here would no' affect hi* determination to can* through the nationalisation of the oil fields With tears in his eyes and hi voke quavering. Mossadegh mid that Iran finally had "brought to a complete end 42 years of oil concession". He pledned that he would resign rather than back down from that gam Britain': mission headed by the L/>rd Priv> SealRichard Stokes Is expe* "''! to arrive here by air al 2.00 p.m To-day's Weather Chart Sunrise: 5.50 l s,„ BBBH Ml P.m fttOOM New LlghthM up: 7. p.m llilh Tide: 5.15 a.m.. t p BV Le Tide: II.IB a.m. tgh did not tay in so • ds that he offered any COrnpronilst to Britain But It Is plain from the exchange of notes that both sides gave in somewhat. Mossadegh said that Britain aceeptcd Iran's natlonallratlon low o( last March, which ordered the takeover from the Anglo-Iranian nil company (AlOCl In general language They -aid that Iran has agrcul t dls.-uiii the carrying out oi natlonallzalloh "on those part-1 .which deal with the in tercels of 'Britain." This is a big concession by Mossadegh In the past lie had claimed he could n"t bach up from the second nine-point Nationalization law passed in May without causing widespread protest by the Iranian people This law provided for stripping the British of oil profit*. IgernarA and the installations, including the world's bigse^t reOnei Abadia. -l'.P. fortnight long Communist World openin Eastern Meter t*.u'i row Ait.. aid that Ihev .In! not fe„ Youth invasion ol Wen BV hut Ir iops would be kept re* 1 i-k up special .inti-i % %  H Millions of ir,: it %  ..rill %  ui nun al %  painted on tali a turned Bast Beilin into vast Communist playRround i VU rut off from the Western eetoi bv ovei IM ?.,. | iers. ami I irets -houtng %  'end %  i tor." Wooden towei rpainted with the FettleaTa two chief sloZans "Fight Afl toUon" and "For Peat I ton \>i ti peace dove* in "ynthet l I World Sugar Price Drops DROP in the world market pric e durtraj the %  LONDON. August 4 e of sugar bv 1.8 cents to 25 Breaks. U mainly attributable to mel of thise lias been the continuance of the Kaesong talks, out ho|*s of peace in Kosaa The second has been the hardening of resistance among would %  ITS their latest hulletin. comment upon this easing Q| the world price and %  URtfSsI a third reason for it This Is the improved prospects for beet crops In t They tate that buvers' reaction to higher prices is largely mvolIn ihe tlrst place, the industry has not Uen used to exag^ears because wartime controls were But more important still, world market producers still carry with them memories of the fantastically high price levels reached In 1920 And although the recent eight cents level u> modes! bv cemof the increased production oost %  :ig years, Czarnikow's says that there is no doubt that the till h Buenea selling policy to some extent. DEFENCE MINISTERS RETURN HOME WASHINGTON, August 4. Defence Ministers of Brllau (Emmanuel Shmwell), of ""ranee (Jules Moch) and of Canad, 'Brooke Claxton). headed for home after deferring any decision %  indardisation of rifles and ammunition for mutual defence. Their two day meeting with UM, Defence Secretary Prank Pl Jr. ended with four agreenici'*. 'of which was that the North Atlantic Treaty Natm .hould l>e armed as rnpldly posnble, -l'.P Snake Bites Man And Dies SAN ANTOXIA. Texas. Aug. A rattlcinake died after b.tinir Dcmetno Corner Gomez, a i employee at the Kelly Air Force Base, said that the rattler struek him on his leg. had convulsions, and then crawled 15 feet and died Gomez suffered no ill effects :.ined it in "I am the head of a plating unit and I handle a •real deal of dandl) po to o ri is o full of This poison that I resistance tiinfection, but the >F from it-"If. %  Itevliv. T' com i nds Inal %  %  I re no i %  I %  : I. (OP.) MU-gal TnMk In ^ru^> FOIIIUI Out GKNKVA, Aug. 4 I i c* mmltl t thi .auii out* Uon of the iiiugai and hoard tin iir claim I .i H | thai the Hliir i .; %  HI;. lytaa that i meet i-1 Republic, itkad how oould %  inrorn ition t W I %  %  %  i % %  i the Chuv %  i .i i i v Storm Misses Bermuda MIAMI. Honda, Aug. 4. lal" ti-.p..i rtorm whirled runrdoariy pest %  I Bermuda Satirdaj .um haadad toward North Vlliintle shipping lanes wilR d|runlaned punch The United SI lureau here reported that the lOffn centre, carrying only 4.1 to Ii II hour winds, wag found KS.T. by air force Diana %  liout 220 miles c.st northeast of 'in %  torn wa* muvii,'. I about 20 miles an hour un %  %  • %  -e-r rouree thai would ikiii BCPQSs slermship coutes. I'iie Morrn bad lost St least 10 UM nr hour In v.dority howevei %  Tanker, Freighter Collide SEATTLE, Aug. 4 The 1.000-ton tankei TulUlioma i 600 ton rreejntai iv & T. \ilvriilurer CoUidod .ilout 14 SB off the northerii nTaahlngton coast early on Satur. md the coasl guard man aboard the UHUO i UM tanker M l The TulUhama V.J. n rOUta from South Aii %  l Is now ring helpless in the watoi ai i %  iin| siightu. -u.p. f-'.*.'.*,*.-.-.'.-,•. .'*'.'.->' stoll Made Income Tax CoininisKionfi IN B. CUlAhlA .Kidgway Rushes Off tfter Conference %  I 0 0W1 Thlrt) %  old Wdfi'Mi 91 ,.. | i • lorn i ha > % %  'Sim hai %  lo South Africa %  Kp Joined I KM) Ujfi tian fiord 1 or aj >< %  i bn %  Dei irtment ai r! % %  ti Goiipk Ailurki'il ICM niltrtw \ W / v rOHtCiA 8TABBSD PHYLLIS MAin IN of Av< I %  i.ei bach and i %  %  n lean She %  %  i %  victim ol Bum 1 I %  v tit leyi H %  IOa)pi>ooesesBs|Bas)as>assae>a>V & JjOJtcA of $Jut£& I TOKYO. August 4 General Matthew U. Ridgw.. left his headquarters office eai today after an unusual Closely guarded confer. BJ top ,..-, i | aaant The utmost aaeraey meeting Among thOM|| with the Allied Supi-mander were his Chief lieutenant ... Hit -.< and Brigadier General Edwin K Wright, Chief of the Headquarteri "" ns Section It. the building so hurriedly • • l pinal In the ToJ %  i were unahh• ii Ifl wen i i M |,,. —IP -r.p 34 INJURED AS TRUCK OVERTURNS M.C.C. BEAT QUEBEC ALL STARS MONTREAL A The touring Uarylebonc Ci l< an Kngiami trounced '. tan 'it to 32 In in i •; KOrVtreel Bel ;. da) Bpea Ii bi %  %  %  IX for NtWS Dial 3113 Day or Night Israel Will Have (Joalition Government K.W.V. PAARL TAWNY PORT ^upcrb with Old CheMfc Frulta. and D :• itehJi I-, .L.I. ricl bouqusrl and Colour will do wondi hteo youi dinnajr-tlme fare. Servo • ','/ .i dli nei table to (By SIMON ELIVAV) IALEM, August 4 Most informed observers bcI me) like so many European Hove that the countries probably will he governcould hope foi was a coalition of ed by a shaky coalition an u /(• M.q labour suit of Monday l*remie r DifVM Ben OurloO aould ".uiit on 64 or OS seats In whose Mapai ("MiKlcrate Lathe bour") party emerge-! far in front (Pai -thers b"t not with a about i!> aeots, and other part • #ere r.ogotlating here n, (Ind i basis for forming a Cabinet The Ag' spa five. •ot k o il %  %  %  Iroin P .--ibly 23 QllALAl on .. X U). u. . alwayA K W.V. (i.ronatiun Wine (Pgrt) K.W.V. Special (omiminion Wine


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ESTABLISHED 13W
BARBADOS, AUGUST
PEACE TALKS SUSPENDED
I'ltU'K SIX CENTS
Armed Communists REDS TURN DOW \
Seen In Kaesong U.N. COMPROMISE
UN. ADVANCE CAMP, Korea, Aug. 4
(JENERAL MATTHEW B. RIDGWAY, Com
maniler of United Nations forces in Korea, to
day suspended Armistice talks between U.N. and
Communist negotiators, until the Communists ex
plained why an armed Communist company entered
Kaesong, with the guarantee that such an incident' i u i >i
would not occur again
United Nations official* t.iok calmly Saturday the news
of the suspension of the truce talks. Their reaction was
"Keep your shirt on" according to a United Nations spokes- j
man.
Tho i:n inaMI
a* "MandinK by" in uniniiHumr j ~, -~^
L.3. Does rNol
LONDON .'
COKHUNKl NBGOTlATORfi tui i mi what
may have been the United Nations bid for (
Kaesong today, and there we'e ouinou* rrmblinfla from
Kudio Pcipinu lata Saturday lllghL 'II.
broadcast monitored m Tokyo paid II Korean!
aimy worker! "are forging ahead with than decisl
compliie their quota of winter uniform! I
Vtaehinerv
llu< kunrd
Farm
For
Viva

deleg .lion
anticipation J
tf a pot'ibie reply fr.....
tO General Hulk.- "
nounremnt lhal they woul l not I
enter K.ipsoiik until neutrality i*|
observed there, an offlcril -
man said
Mystery
The DTOblam Ol the Km.Mi.
buffer xone on which the Kaesong
peace talks have been bogged
dOWH for the last nine days a<-
sumed the proportions of n rflfja-
tery tonight.
Speculation over exactly whit
the united Nations delegation wa*
in-inunding in the way of a de-
pi line flared up
serntnglj ton I r. id ic lory >.*'-
t the Senior UN official-.
Twenty-four hours ago General
Matthew Kidgway U.N. SursreriM
Cootnundar declared In Tokyi
that the military demarcation llDf
upon which we must reach agrce-
ment therefore lies somewhere bO-
tween the air and sea front on tlu-
11, (separating Manchuria
and North Korea) and the ground
lr< tit in the area of KaOBO' g.
I'ynnggang. and the Yangin river"
Speculation
Bui d-night, Brigadier i.-:. William Nuckols the Allied brief-
nig ortlcer told correspondents
that any suggestion that the U.N
-'ught ihe line ''somewhere ba-
the present battle front
nd the Yalu" was mere specula-
n. and was "far oft the beam."
Official sources here to-night
declined to comment on the differ-
ence between the two statement*.
Nuckoll described the U.N. posi-
vrry modest one" He
Mini it was "quite erroneous" to
suggest that the U.N. sought a
ceasefire line "deep in North
ad he reiterated thni the
U.N. were seeking a "mllltaril>
i
r.p.
Want Peace
RUSSIANS SAY
MOSCOW. August 4.
The Russian Press and Moscow
Radio quoted at length from Red
Korean dispatches that the United
States did not want peace in Korea
o, the Orient generally. Foreign
observes were growing more pes-
n i-tic daily over the t..!k- .-'
Kaewng though thi* might portend
the breakdown of negotiation*.
The Quoted di*p-tciieB charactei-
Ized as absurd the United Nations
wajaJatni'i proposal to set the
line ji'iw the 38th
parallel.
They said that the North Amen -
can* were "trying to secure an
advantageous position." and trying
to grab about 8.000 square miles
of Red North Korean territory.
a Red Korean dispatch said that
if in Iks break down the North
American Government "would be|
for all the conse-i
ii t'H'n failure
VT.
WASHINGTON. Aug 4
The U.S. Senate storm is gath-
ering rorce "v.. the Truman Ad-
ministration plans In fl nd 'arm
mnchincr-
to the underdeveloped areas of
the world Chairman Tom Con-
nally of the Senaie Furtigi. Rcla-
imitlee compl...
the Adminisratiun was embarking
on a "broader concept" in the
Point Four Programme for under-
developed areas than Ihr State
Department had planned
Senator Guy M <;,
that the AdmlnlatraUon'i tlS.SOJO,-
000,000 Military and K Foreign Aid Rill Is "very faultil>
drawn" and would permit Tru-
man to spend hundred.- of mil-
il.>i .ii his discretion.
The measure ran IMo new trou-
ble when George MrGhee. the
Assistant Secretary of Stai- foi
the Neai East and African Affairs
detailed plan to *pend $415,000,-
000 in arms aid and 5125,000 000
ascistance in those


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CHALLENGES STALIN
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4
Democratic representative Dan-
iel Flood on Saturday challenged
Stalin to stop Russian Jamming of
the Voice of America for one hour
to let Truman speak directly to the
Russian people.
Flood said he doss not think
there is much chance that Stalin
will accept the challenge. He noted
that In its new "phoney peace
offensive". Russia has called on
Ihe West to state 1I1 ease. But fee
said the West's efforts havs so far
been "garbled" and converted In-
to Soviet propaganda.l'.P.
r.p.
E. Gorman ftvds Mu>
Blockade Borliit
RERUN. August 4
East German Communists
threatened to blockade Berlin In
relallaUon for the stoppage "'
shipments from West Germany to
the Soviet Zone The threat was
made as hundreds of thousands of
young Communists gathered in
East Berlin for the opening tmnni -
row of the 15-day *rall>. win. I
could lead to border clashes and
disturbances In the Western see-
ing
However Western officials mini-
mised the danger of troubles, and
predicted that youth* asking for
political asylum would pose a
greater problem than agitators
Western ofllcials disclosed that 50
Blue shirted members of the Free
German Youth, the "East German
Communist Youth Organization"
already had asked for asylum.
Possible Soviet
ii.vasion Route To
\. America Mapped
By British Bomber
ICELAND, August 4
A British bomber finished inp-
ping the possible Soviet invasion
route to North America over the
North Pole in a nonstop flight U
its base here covering 4.128 mil"*
l all banks, Alaska in 19
hours 34 limit tryin:!
to hurry "
Wing Commander
it r Frogla) World War II. hero
Lbc Artei carried li met
secret phoiographlc anil sOUOu
lecti
navigation, especially useful ove
Oil Mission Arrive for Talk*
(By ROBERT UK WITT)
TEHERAN, August 4.
THE BRITISH CABINET MISSION has arrived (or
new talks on the Iranian oil nationalization dispute. The
mission, hraded by Richard R. Stokes, the Lord Prix Sddu,
was met al the airport by V\. Averell Harriman. the North
American Emissary in the Iranian oil crisis and Javari
Busheri. the Iranian Minister of Roads.
The British will be the guests of t----------
Harhman to-night, and will see
Premier Mohammed Mossadegh
t<-morrow Mossadegh made an
appearance lo-dx> before the Sen-
I be praised Harriman
for his "sincere efforts" to pave
the > loi' new negotiations At
the same time, Mossadegh outlined
of vesUrriavs upree-
menl to resume the talks dtaoloa-
Deinarcnlliin IJnc
ft line 111
Raafeo is
hat the 38th parallel i
the da
What iniiiall- Indtwea the dis-
mal picture is thai >. I \ 1
the U.S. Government have sta-
led flatly thai the 38th is not ac,;
eapCaMa The Important Fa* ta d
which strong he for an aiiree-
ment Is baseil hire. || thai rlie
Connntinist piv-s and Radio feBVl

paigu relating that the I \ is
J rsklng for the line far nofik <>f
1 .
1 Then radio had said that the UN
negotiators asked ftir its location
on the Pyongyang Wmi on ...1
and even oi, the \'.,\ 1 Rivet
These allegations, belied bv the
highest aim* rlllei heri
foi uh.il Ihev
propaganda and attempt-. to sei
up a straw man. which they -an-
not knock down, and then claim
while In real
.1 1 raw 1 km "
Demands Keasoimhle
It can be stated with
that the United Nations delegation
is not making any such extrava-
gant demand
to push them inlo a runn,"
Ihe realistic .itlitude of Ihe I'N
delegation aeeordlng to n high
ouree ipolraarnan Ha said that the
U.N. KUKgcstion for the demarra-
ion line Is -umciehtlv m
that a stand for a deflnlt
Uon need not be marie The ipokc -
man for ihe deleeietlon. Alrforce
Brigadier Qaneral W'tlnm Nuc-
ihat the U.N su 1
cry modi--
1
MEAT SUPPUES
TO BUT]'AIN AHK
IIW IV/H.ING
LONDi 'N ', ,. l
If to 111 1-
I it 6.000 tort which Is
le than h

in June.

.
oped a ft
A,
11,500 tui. in June
II ' 'i tons; and in .luK 11.130
(OT
I
d uing supplies woui
IllltiOl |)ldlltc*>
ration rr.
Results At
1 Glance
16 Poles Flee
From Redo
Be* Aiylum In Swedrn
I'.S.ja/un Pad
W ill Be Signed
September
hum ii.w
Ftnl Kaee

ron
II V-l ISO IklM l-
Second Raee
nil Ml i
' lOLI
Third Hare
i ar-T irannM
l -Ml
. mni"
1-mirth Race
t limn
.....
-in
r-ifth Race
i ii n Ala
rAia 4AI.IV
VII--
Hlxth Race
HBLI.H

\IU>
HrvrnUi Kare
I H^BKOtlKBM
HABK
s ton iiUBBN
STOCKHOLM, August 4.
The ii pall h i.r..... \
made dai It tecapaa fc
irtaln honH
land, pli edom beyoi inltatlon i
reaieh ol Poland iiin.siiu
SwedJ ih offlclal H tened
.i i
i
In the citadel al Lai
Southern Sweden
It will .
longer befon Mien fate I dei Mi
remain hen
poUtioal exUei i the mi b<
i home
rheli b aacapes I
mutiny on the high sea.-, and in
tided up "llynu; ninkyjiil'' wefi
imong IV. feUona] .
thousanda irf refussHM Who haw
I II i lommunli
fiyanny. UjT.
UJNHKST
INCREASES
IN RED ASIA
B> W. A. KRASKR
LONDON, Au I
A wave of serious ui
sweeping through th
Republics nf O
formcxl oufceai said that the
eausod by tl i
.mt.s strong uppoMtmn t.*
cultural
nd tt.is is i.-
fcumnl ollHRa
raditional hostility ol the
A BU Muslims towurd t 1 ovei the Bert-

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lUure"
ith's ,x-

I 'ins BaAyrove)

unist panv in Turkme-
i ....
1 I- ! : h Ml. dl -

Part :: ittee ol
the raptui Kaaalti I. ind tbo
I
Kepublii were iwepi out ol office.
Ml party mi /.mi- iMons were
step ui Um
Uega] selling and rent-
.. '..:
WMch in ninny regloi>
.

At .i recent Cummiinm Parly
ii it n a
prlma .nn, .,( ihe Conanunlsa
f the Republ
in oi uiirenulting strug-
lll manifptatlons of
aritlifm i:.r.

Queen Is 51
Oilfields Will
Be Nationalised
MOSSADEGH
U.I\. Troops Vltrl
At Red Youth
Festival
WASHINGTON
Authoritative ouron Hid on
I ihut the Unit"
1 Satunli
.....
1
Thli will bi
altar the planned rlinli
' iei i Jan.....b Peace.
i ALMORA1 I
Aug I
A iittii- D03 oaiiie.i Chartai
(..iiihI on hti BTandmother hssri
ill "1 h,-,t
.i nun ell
pp blrthdaj
Prtnci i
i i
.i Saturdaj
i ,
of]
BERLIN An,- 4
Hnii-h. Preneh en Amei rights to
.states troopi in Berlin win be rtauon mllH held at the alert throughout thaJapafl aftOI
ng that tl- i ,
schedule lW"rtnf *> ,"1 "
,1 e -l Hi the ,!.. .....'tU ' '
BUat ,
hlch some count' < I i i ,, ,,.., v;!i!;il|l |,...... i: ,

i' refreal ft
. h she re-
Premii
TEHEK.'.N. August 4.
Mohammed Mo
the North pole who ad |n| that has drop-(degh told a closed session of tin
slot nis thl
OUl of Of I '
The An Mil,.
a] anythlnaj aboui the Aiie*..
equiprncnt or the ieson lor tin
night. But the route t A***"-
from Britain to Iceland, then a
flight BCrOM the Not In
beak
ti, wastai v h eh Ruashui Mam
might taka k on Alasfca
and the VS. The return imiim->
the CS ml hi use to
tfjatnsl Russian attack
or ferry planet to Europe "'
North Atl 'e potar
l.l'.
ped Iran
on arryln| hei draitle "H nniinn-
allaaUon law out to the latter it
IS apparent that the 70 year old
Premier in awaltlni public rear-
to ihe new I I I
( mnpromi.c
mtlad insistence (Iranian senate that negot ttlon
with ihe British Government
Mission en route here would no'
affect hi* determination to can*
through the nationalisation of the
oil fields
With tears in his eyes and hi -
voke quavering. Mossadegh mid
that Iran finally had "brought to
a complete end 42 years of oil con-
cession". He pledned that he
would resign rather than back
down from that gam Britain':
mission headed by the L/>rd Priv>
Seal- Richard Stokes Is expe*-"''!
to arrive here by air al 2.00 p.m
To-day's
Weather Chart
Sunrise: 5.50 l
s,bbbH Ml P.m
fttOOM New
LlghthM up: 7. p.m
llilh Tide: 5.15 a.m.. t
p BV
Le Tide: II.IB a.m.
tgh did not tay in so
ds that he offered any
COrnpronilst to Britain But It Is
plain from the exchange of notes
that both sides gave in somewhat.
Mossadegh said that Britain ac-
eeptcd Iran's natlonallratlon low
o( last March, which ordered the
takeover from the Anglo-Iranian
nil company (AlOCl In general
language They -aid that Iran has
agrcul t dls.-uiii the carrying out
oi natlonallzalloh "on those part-1
.which deal with the in tercels of
'Britain." This is a big concession
by Mossadegh
In the past lie had claimed he
could n"t bach up from the second
nine-point Nationalization law
passed in May without causing
widespread protest by the Iranian
people This law provided for
stripping the British of oil profit*.
IgernarA and the installa-
tions, including the world's bigse^t
reOnei Abadia. -l'.P.
fortnight long Communist World
open- in
Eastern Meter t*.u'i
row Ait..
aid that Ihev .In! not fe
Youth invasion ol Wen BV
hut Ir iops would be kept re*
1 i-k up special .inti-i. h
Millions of ir,: it ..rill
ui nun al
painted on tali a
turned Bast Beilin into
vast Communist playRround i
VU rut off from the Western
eetoi bv ovei IM ?.,. |
iers. ami I irets -hout-
ng 'end i
tor."
Wooden towei r- painted
with the FettleaTa two chief slo-
Zans "Fight Afl
toUon" and "For Peat I
ton \>i ti
peace dove* in "ynthet
l I
World Sugar Price Drops
DROP in the world market pric
e durtraj the
LONDON. August 4
e of sugar bv 1.8 cents to 25
Breaks. U mainly attributable to
, mel of thise lias been the continuance of the Kaesong talks,
out ho|*s of peace in Kosaa
The second has been the hardening of resistance among would
ITS
their latest hulletin. comment upon this easing
q| the world price and URtfSsI a third reason for it This Is the
improved prospects for beet crops In t
They tate that buvers' reaction to higher prices is largely mvol-
In ihe tlrst place, the industry has not Uen used to exag-
^ears because wartime controls were
But more important still, world market producers still carry
with them memories of the fantastically high price levels reached In
1920 And although the recent eight cents level u> modes! bv cem-
of the increased production oost
:ig years, Czarnikow's says that there is no doubt that the
till h Buenea selling policy to some extent.
DEFENCE MINISTERS
RETURN HOME
WASHINGTON, August 4.
Defence Ministers of Brllau
(Emmanuel Shmwell), of ""ranee
(Jules Moch) and of Canad,
'Brooke Claxton). headed for
home after deferring any decision
indardisation of rifles and
ammunition for mutual defence.
Their two day meeting with UM,
Defence Secretary Prank Pl
Jr. ended with four agreenici'*.
'of which was that the
North Atlantic Treaty Natm
.hould l>e armed as rnpldly
posnble,
-l'.P
Snake Bites Man And Dies
SAN ANTOXIA. Texas. Aug.
A rattlcinake died after b.tinir
Dcmetno Corner Gomez, a i
employee at the Kelly Air Force
Base, said that the rattler struek
him on his leg. had convulsions,
and then crawled 15 feet and died
Gomez suffered no ill effects
, :.ined it in '
"I am the head of a plating unit
and I handle a real
deal of dandl) potoori
is o full of This poison that I
resistance
ti- infection, but the >f
from it-"- If.
Itevliv. T'
com i nds Inal
I
re no i

I !
: I.
(OP.)
MU-gal TnMk In
^ru^> FoiiiuI Out
GKNKVA, Aug. 4
I i c* mmltl......t thi
.auii out*
Uon of the iiiugai
and hoard tin
iir claim I
.i ,
H | thai the Hliir
. i .;

HI;.
lytaa that
i meet i-1 ,
Republic, itkad how oould
inrorn ition
t W I
i i
the Chuv
i .i i
i v
Storm Misses
Bermuda
miami. Honda, Aug. 4.
' lal" ti-.p-
..i rtorm whirled runrdoariy pest
I Bermuda Sat-
irdaj .um haadad toward North
Vlliintle shipping lanes wilR d|-
runlaned punch
The United SI ,
lureau here reported that the
lOffn centre, carrying only 4.1 to
Ii ii hour winds, wag found
KS.T. by air force Diana
liout 220 miles c.st northeast of
'in torn wa* muvii,'.
I about 20 miles an hour un
-e-r rouree thai would
iki- ii BCPQSs slermship coutes.
I'iie Morrn bad lost St least 10
UM nr hour In v.dority howevei

Tanker, Freighter Collide
SEATTLE, Aug. 4
The 1.000-ton tankei TulUlioma
i 600 ton rreejntai iv & t.
\ilvriilurer CoUidod .ilout 14
SB off the northerii
nTaahlngton coast early on Satur-
. md the coasl guard
man aboard the UHUO i
UM tanker
m l The TulUhama v.j.
n rOUta from South Aii
l Is now
ring helpless in the watoi ai i
iin| siightu. -u.p.
f--
'.*.'.*,*.-.-.'.-,.
.'*'.'.->'
stoll Made Income
Tax CoininisKionfi
IN B. CUlAhlA
.Kidgway Rushes Off
tfter Conference
.
I 0 0W1
Thlrt) old Wdfi'Mi
91 ,..
| i lorn i ha
>
'Sim hai
! lo South Africa

Kp Joined I
.
KM)
Ujfi
tian
fiord 1
or aj >< i bn Dei irtment ai r!

ti
Goiipk Ailurki'il
ICM niltrtw \ W / v
rOHtCiA 8TABBSD
PHYLLIS MAin IN of Av<
I
i.ei bach and i
'

n lean She *
-
i

victim ol
Bum
1
I
v tit leyi H

IOa)pi>ooesesBs|Bas)as>assae>a>V
& JjOJtcA of $Jut& I
TOKYO. August 4
General Matthew U. Ridgw..
left his headquarters office eai
today after an unusual
Closely guarded confer.
BJ top ,..-, i |
aaant
The utmost aaeraey
meeting Among thOM- ||
with the Allied Supi--
mander were his Chief
lieutenant ... Hit -.<
and Brigadier General Edwin K
Wright, Chief of the Headquarteri
' "" ns Section It.
the building so hurriedly l pinal In the ToJ
i were unahh- ii Ifl wen
i iM|,,. .
IP -r.p
34 INJURED AS TRUCK
OVERTURNS

M.C.C. BEAT QUEBEC
ALL STARS
MONTREAL A
The touring Uarylebonc Ci l< ,
an Kngiami trounced '.
tan 'it to 32 In in i ;
KOrVtreel Bel ;.
da) Bpea Ii bi '
IX i . u.p S
K.W.V.
PAARL
Olva Your Dfi
I Charmanfl
K M \
111!' j ' CI' l.f

The "ADVOCATE"
pay> for NtWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night
Israel Will Have (Joalition Government
K.W.V. PAARL TAWNY PORT
^upcrb with Old CheMfc Frulta. and D
: itehJi I-, .l.i. ricl bouqusrl and Colour will
do wondi hteo youi dinnajr-tlme fare. Servo
','/ .i dli nei table
to
(By SIMON ELIVAV)
IALEM, August 4 Most informed observers bc-
I me) like so many European Hove that the
countries probably will he govern- could hope foi was a coalition of
ed by a shaky coalition an u /( M.q labour
suit of Monday
l*remier DifVM Ben OurloO aould ".uiit on 64 or OS seats In
whose Mapai ("MiKlcrate La- the
bour") party emerge-! far in front (Pai
-thers b"t not with a about i!> aeots,
and other part
#ere r.ogotlating here n, (Ind i
basis for forming a Cabinet The Ag'
spa five.
ot k o il

.

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P
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QllALAl on .. .
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K W.V. (i.ronatiun Wine (Pgrt)
K.W.V. Special (omiminion Wine


I'M.I TWO
M Mill \'i\,ii \||
>! MIM \l l.l -.1
PLAZA CINEMAS.....
IIIII IX.I I OH \__________
THF GREATEST STOUT OF AXJ
TODAY 4 .45 f. 8 30 P M
i lung DAILY
"THE SINNER OF MAGDALA"
at CRMK wd
. ALEtfE
i SPECIAL '
rMi'i WAS
"SQUARE DANCE KATY"
.' l l.ESPh,
BRITOand Me Sunshine Mil J"
DAVIS and his Sunshine Band
Plus. The Ne
W*ln Solution
whip WILSON in
"CRASHING THRU"
MONDAY (BANK HOLIDAY)
(2 Nc FcalurfM 9 30 A M. fc 1 M P M
LAW
JUNGLE
Ail. 1 -Manlar
IfOMLANV And HM M - -
"JIGGS & MAGGIE
IN SOCIETY"
I .rloon atrip by GEORl'.E McMANVBl
rllh Joo Yl'IK U llfpMril HIANO
M ||U
O I ST I \ =====
TODAY TOMORROW I : H PM
. .
'TEA FOR TWO
.I..I 1.1,.
wyi i.or.i..i, M.n\i riSttoN
I Cart .111 ...
A LAO N HIS LAMP ft HARE DEVILHARE
MONDAY IBANK HOLIDAY)
I 30 P M
RJLO Kan... t^n^b^r^ -
TIM HOLT ir iBottil -
"WESTERN HERITAGE"
- arm
"LAWLESS VALLEY"
Tl'ESDAY Warner's Double' . .
ROMANCE thf HIGH SEAS
Color by Technicolor
with Jack CARSONDon DEFORE
Janli PAIGE
'MONTANA"
Color b) Technicolor
Err.,1 Fl.YN-N Mfxi. SMITH ___
IsAIKTl 'hi GAROfN ST JAMls
Last J Shows TODAY S t I 10 )> M
FORGOTTEN WOMEN S THE GANGSTER
Elys* KNOX Barry SULLIVAN
SPECIAL MONDAY (Rank Hotida*
4 30 PM
m RETURN or thi APEMAN
Beta LUt.DM John CAKAADINI at
WESTWARD BOUND
K.n MAYNAlil. HocTttftUc-N
i : i- i : (
Monday & TU18DAY h no p m
FRENCH LEAVE
JadrleCOOPM Jackie COOOArJ n
LAW OF THE JUNGLE
ICDGE John KINO
Matan MORELAND
WEDNESDAY & TIH'RSDAY- 8 30 PM
SARONG GIRL
Ann CIRIO and
JOE PALOOKA MEETS HUMPHREY
ERROL Joe Klrnwood
HON. li. D. L. (Ml.K M I.C
us najtin
Jen m Barbados vast-n
!and
Long Leave
MR (
ind hut son Jn
for Canada vsterday I
Mt. Leach who Is on long U
hopes to vtstt evfrni parts
it on thrw months h
] of that tm i
08.....1- he aril] I
In Toronto the) will hi
rera) parts ct
' IiUUftf
with Mi
Mr
Tei
beat

dagyn-
ObUined Diploma "
DR. HAROLD rOADI hasi Sb
Mined his I) i plom n u
Tropical Medicine si the Lon University.
Son of Mr William Forde. Shi .-
wrlght and Mrs. Ford* of "MmIf
Villa." River Road. Dr Porrte .
Medical Officer of British [fen-
dtiras He was the |93S Porb.i
dot Scholar.
1.IOIII
Tanll. 1.3* O'rlaf-k A t'onllHBIiw
Mrtlv OrtAHI.F Dan DAIIJ:',
Call me
Mister
AniiUnt Director
Mi > TIN of
v. pian. earl, >
0 n.. nd inn.

1 *
I
Mi"* Martm is a graduate tit
v icnce from Ess.
"Hy of Saskatchewan and a grael-
i...tc in n
Hospital I, whtn-
Bctn of
at Bce^n' asjMit.1
McliOfKLiUn
nonl la
UN experiment in th"
raining of nurses: orit
the Canadian Nurses Association
Red cross. It
in operation for four
years and throe classes have grad-
uated. The lint class numbered
13 .md the mi iccent 35. It has
* far been a successful venture
hi Kiving a reptilar nurses train-
* com" IftefcMd "f
Week-end Visit
ling Indies 'rom Trim-
dad arrived vesterdav morn-
VI I.a to spend
end in Barbados The. .<:
u la Scoti Md Mis. Pen
nor who arc with Ban
Pi | n, Mi*- HelMi
Ki owles who Is with Al
l-eila is
staving with r-lnliv^. in* other
guest* al L'ith Cues'.
return to
Carib Calling
Wk
TALENT Al'T-moN
lo d.iy T..:i1> 4.m.
Mr.
For Brother's Wedding
JIMMY CAJITWBIOHT
wife, thff
: i family
ii^.-ct him
They air kw In the
over to
attend the wedding of Ml Des-
js lo be married
on August
\7I VI H HXn riKC.HA IMembors Only)
MS| IR Ik ,1 H'VIRIV TVtaEB
in THE FIREBALL"
in"'' a'lETTER THREE WIVES""
it O X 1 Hi B11 I it E
XOW SilOlYIXV SIMiLT.WEOlSLY
EMPIRE 445 & 830
The BIG
Soulh Seas
Musical
that ripples
with love,
laughter
and hula-hula
rhythms!
TO-DYY TO TI'r-l\Y A.K ..ml 8 li
M
11(1 YA I. 5 & 8.30 p.m. Daily
OS T DESIRED WOMA N IN FRA NCE
Mott daring of the
King's Swordsmen...
RAGAN
^^^^
Technicolor j^ "^^
royal theatre
ALEXANDRE DUMAS'
Htife M

BSTNBRt
MONDAY 1.I..I TUESDAY 4 30 and 8.IS
?otii CntmryFoa Uoutjiv - -
Action Thrills and Siiincnar .
John IIIIDIAK and Guin* MURPHY In -
Till. IHM.T.I) IfKifll
AND
UK. KK\AULTS SEOST"
Starring J Carrol NA1SII JoKfa SHF.PPARD and
I.ynne ROBERTS.
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY .SO ami H IS
?0lli C. riinry-*.!! Dnublr -
John PAYNE Aim- PAYI .lii.I Hitlj GRAB1.E In - -
ti\ pa\ aij.i:y"
- AND
rin\Df:itin:w. say ot FLKUX"
'm, 5l GEORGC MONTGOMERY- MUU COROAY
----- IDW'ftU Vi -.I' I H
UEDNEHIIAV and THl'RSDAV flu ml K.ll
Vox Double - -.
TYrtONK POWtfl .ind ORSON V/KLLS m :
BLACK ROSE" and "HIGH BARBARY"
with VAN JOHNSON' and JUNK. ALLYSON
Two New Masters for HX.
Mit. r j <. m mnu
tamed Second Cla*^
n It King's Colteg-
Newiatle-on-Tvi
l.rday morning an the Ootftsa Iron
-I i m m
of Hafltlaon i.-c
iJurtni! in- La i eau ..i Kings
He 11 et Mr C B WUll VtM
rw>u takuiit a Diploma in I4u.-.-
Another master for Hamsor.
College is Mr. D. A. Fowlcs. who
received Second Cla^a Honours ED
modern history at Bristol Univers-
ity will be teaching Englis 1
as well as Hi"
Mr. Fowls* arrived from Fiig-
land rin Friday afternoon vm
Jamiica hy B.W.I.A. He was ac-
companied by his wife.
Barbados Tray For L.A.V.
SHORTLY after the an
/icln .,f ih LAV
.Special Flight B1 Sl = .vc'.1I .vester-
da> afternoon. Mr Auritv Boyce.
Publicity Committe* made a short
I -Pilot and
the 'plan**
iv be augmenting
n mniir ssevssa I

Publicity
ConniUtao, BrsasiMad I
'
upon 11
handed it to the stewardess and
1 SVtd on boird the
atrcrafl to sarve passengers with
meab. et<-.
Twenty-two passengers came in
> Ihls special flight.
En-route St. Kitts
IN BARBADOS fa
boIkU) an Miss Ursula Thur*-
iua Hutihms or
B k Phsn arrived vestcrduy
BVtHllUUJ from Enclatid In the
OobMa and an stajini at tha
e..n View Hotel.
IdlSS Thnrslon who mi
In England for Ihe past 18 yeai-
Ls n-iw returning fsOB
whose hu?b-i
modleal student at TTmltv CoOaw
Dublin 11 the daughter of Mi.
0. P. BOOB, I'.arrister-at-Law in
St Kilts and Mrs. Boon
Brother And Sister
MISS IIKTIV CHALLENOIt
and her brother d-
rived fi"in ( .ittdrta yesterday by
I \
iter in Canada and they
travelled down together. Helty
left Barbados on July 7th to meet
him In Canada.
George is down for the summer
holidays.
B.W.I.A. Operations
Officer
MR AND MRS. GEOFF
ARCHER and their tw.
children Elisabeth and William
flew over from Trinid:i'i V
day by B.W.I.A. to spend S
month's holiday In Barbados.
Mr. Archer who Is a Barbadian
is Operations Officer. B.W.I.A.. at
I
For The Races
MR. AND MHS. HARRY FAR-
INHA ami then- -laughter
Joestyi) arrived from Trinidad
vastaraaf morning by B.W.I.A
for the race*. Mr. Farlnha is o
Director of J. T. Johnson Ltd
with Barclays Bank in
p| i'-i.i-Sin,.!,. Dunn- Umu staj
n Harbados they are guests at the
Ocaaa Vatv* Hotel Thaj nrpael
' ie in Barhudos for OSU WOSfci
Barbados holiday
MRS. JOYCE CLARKE of
Trinidad, arrived here on
Thursday evening by B.W.LA.
She l spending her holidays with
her mother. Mrs. Gibbon!" of
Jaettjoo, St. Michael.

I
' Opening Friday
lOlh l,i f/u si
and conttnulnn lo Sunday
3 and 8 15
T5S.".'.' ' m
llfjoitrgCiiisiB
- ^ KOltt BOHIGOHtllY Pallia COBOAY
"laHLinni".^""!.'"
STAHTinc; FRIDAY
AT
BMPiBB ana now
THE i it .i i Off Till: SK.ASON
SUGAR RAY ROBINSON v. RANDOLPH TURPIN
13 ROUNDS OF <;i;t y.i.LINC FIOHTIMO
Alonj with
e ti i i it i:
Ol sill'If THEATRE
TO-DAY and TOMORROW 4 45 a BIS
llaCJ /,(. Columbia Bullrt Mr.ol.cd Serial -
* m/SA Mi H Oiiti lilt h
Slurring
Dun DOUGLAS and Tht Mysterious SKl'l.l.
ACTIOS . THRILLS SUSPtMM
NOT A DULL MOMENT .
rHURSDAY IIM.Y I 30 a 8.15
. Dmilili- - .
Clorta hkmiy Ran ITOID
- aib Mptna
AND
' iCHOSS THt JAOUNO "
OPENINf. FRIDAY- 4 30 a 8. I.".
Juth Ci'^luryFox Mlyhfii DimW
R O \ Y
TUESDAY I v7UMfESDAY -4 :m t 8 ir.
/(able -
THE STORY OF
A BIG SHOT
asaa ..-.'-.
ALL
IHE
KINGrB

RIM
OF THE
CANYON
Mai'
Cent AUTRY and Ilia Wonde
Horw 'Champion'
T^i'linifoloT Mualral -
tHitt time woos"
Sti.i i
Fr*d ASTAIRE
Red SKEI.TON
.nil
Bl I.I, HGIITKK and THK LADY'
For Boa I Owners
and Fishermen
22' Sail Camus
Nos, H>
Sail Twine
Rope n/ltr In 1 Diiim.
Fishim; Line-.
Cot I on mid Mnllei Taiue
for NeU
Copper Paint
Mesh Wire d't rUhpoK
LaciiiK Wire
THK II Yltll IIHIA IO-OIM IIA I l\ I
WltON 1-AtTOnY LTD.
Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039
mmmmmmmmmmmagmmmm
HAROLD BAXTER
cu- TCA Manager
New T.C.A. Manarer
THE appointment of I1
Baxter as Managei
. n Mr. Baxter svas fontv i
ItSS Compnn\ .it
.Shannon. Ireland Il- -ucoed>t Mr
W A C Sin.tt who .,

in tin- International Pi
department Hi
Rom in Forl Cja'Appal i
katchewsn, Mr Baxt> I
TCA. in January, np-**' aTlight
Control Assistant and
"toted to Fligh: Control Offki-i b
year later in Januarj
M
non h "icic
I to I
ha served Uiroufb this war for six
vesrs with the Hoval Canadian
ir hour irtning in 1946 as a
I 'huiiT In utcnanl
fl i Mrs Baatar
two daughters Carol Anne, age.1
B and Elaine Pamela, aged 44 are
at present stavinx at Ibi
Hotel.
Arriving today
MR. JOHN MAXWELL.
TC.V., Regional Traffic
Manaaor I
distant Mr. Patrick Lai rll
to arrive this morning from Trini-
dad by the Canadian Crusser
Mr. A. W. Penner. T.CA's Sta-
tion Manager at rUfOO
intranslt passenger Ihiough B;u-
bados yesterdav morning
T.C.A. on his way to Canada on
leave. Mr. Penner has been sta-
tioned In Trinidad for almost
three years
Venezuelans
BESIDES their regular service
to Venezuela yesterday.
KWLA. operated a special flight
- Cars-as/Barbados Caracas as
well.
B.W.I.A will bv operatmii an.
other special flight on August
10th. These are in addition lo the
regular weekly flights. Carib un-
lerstand^ that should traffic war-
rant it, additional specials will
If arranged wlunwer required
by that company,
In addition to the two B.W 1 A
llightu yesterday. L.A.V the
Venezuelan Ciovrrnnient's Airline
flew In n special flight from Vena.
ruela yesterday afternoon.
The Vein- !! 'liner trade
aapM t" be on the up and up.
Since he was a child
DR. CORDON ROGERS KINT..
son of the kit. Mi. and Mrs.
Alfred S. King, formerly of No
7 Swan Street. Is expected to
arrive lure this ..fternoon by air
., vim! 'ITn* it Dr. King's first
Visit home since he left i
lie will be staying with Dr. Alfred
Robinson of "Crotona". Marine
Gardens.
Sun.rr er holidays
with hi .ind. Mr1.
N nod." St.
James. i> '.' Itarford.
: i .,.
ex. Si:- (I ,1 .. ,
it Oulilfea.
Barclays Manager Back
AFTER hohtl...
in England U
II. Me-
4 Pine Hill, rclurneti
home yesterday murning in tiw
GalflU. Mr. McKenrie hj Managei
of Barclays Bank.
He told Carib that they rud an
lohday and the weather
on the uhole was good.
the trip down on th-
Intransit
INTRANSIT from England in
the U*HflU ...
ing after a three-month holida-
were Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Leo uf
British Guiana.
Mr. Leo i* Secretary of Messrs.
...IH.iiin. T.ansport and
Wh.irves Ltd.
11 ...ly Man-
.....I Masses Booker Broi Di
I: a rondo*, pnssexl thrmj? ,
here yesterday from Kngl.ind
the Golflto with her tfarea chil-
to TrlnJ-
,- stta win be iolned by
ht-r husband before they return to
British OUI Tr. Wright

Six months
AFTER spending six month?*
D the United Kingdom,
Mr J. C. RotchkUs, Assistant
' .cultural Educa-
tion, Colonial Development md
returned
hi <:.dtilo tit
Uotchkiaa
Joins Husband
AUOl ; IV paasengan return-
trom England yeslerd.v
liollil'i M< : | pHHfllllg
ras lira. B. A neniamin
boa* | i-barid is a M.inufactur>
cr1-' Representative ol Ihfal i".

in England, came ou* some week*
1 'Toie his wifi'
To Join HU Family
MR. JOHN EGGLESFIELD. -no
of the Director (ion., i -i
Civil Aviation in the Caribbean
i Mrt, Fgglesllcld of
i i
was among the passengers arriv-
ing in th< c.uifito from England
yaateaday.
A student of Cranletgh School
near Guilford in Surrey, he hu.
.' fl )oin his family.
Flying Club
FLYING enthusiasls are plan-
ning to form an Aeroplane
Club in Barbados. They arc hf>M-
ing their first meeting at Ood-
dard's Restaurant on Fti'It>
August ioth. Anyone interested
the formatloii or such a cinh i
agkad to attend.
Moving lights in Ihe '
of the club Hre Squadron Learler
David Henderson, Jack Marson,
MuMon Hcingold. Charlie pajtM
kin and a few i
Carib understands that the Di-
rector General of Civil Aviation
[g vi ry In-.-" oi) the idea and h-is
promised to join. Unfortm
will I. i III of the island for thl*
inaugural nieetmn.
A .plane in Barbados woul I
be a most useful thing. It can help
within a limited range to look
rot rnlst ng asafaJng j,..-.
schooners. Jn Trinidad the Light
I (he Police
nali- who
sometimes hide in the bush.
BRADSHAW & CO. A LOOK INSIDE
Carib wandered into Bradshaw
and Company one morning last
weak, He was particularly struck
by the very pleasant facade of the
new Bradshaw building on Si.
Michael's Row. and Brad Is Indeed
. i t .,i .'lila'r ..! the an hi-
tictural achievement, whirl, ir all
.-f hi' own daalga eftd pkannlng.
there, we visiled the
n .e tune repeii shop, srhsch is
looatad on the Ihird fl(>r of the
The t"
I Walters, wars hard at
fl bjtegi i.i putting up
ttCVi niachine' Hill Gilkos. rho
salesman in charge of office
liachiiiery. explained that Brad-
haw At Company now offer ,. very
triplet* -in it. for the sale anil
naintenance of all types of office
machines, including U;
rdding and calculating machines,
und some of the new electric wire
recording machines, and m fact
even type of office equipment
which tends to make Ufa rrttta
easier for the harassed office exee-
Dtrn Of today, who must cope
with the multifarious require-.
ments of a complex world, whero
conditions of procedure an.! trade
change virtually Overnight, ,ind
everything to save llano .- ol the
utmost importance.
From the workshop, a i
the i-how-roinn on the ground
traction nn this room
is still in progress, but from the
layout it was easy to i
tracth it will be when com-
pletcd. In the big $bow window'
tm en arra) of underwood type-
writers, both portable and stand- ,
ard models. Original Odhner cal-
culators niui Ihe neu
Odhner electric adding maih.nc.
I forgoi to mention that while
letting the workshop,
Hi Ml lOOh .i photograph with one
. ( 'he new Voiuhtlandcr Bessa II
t one et the n
doing a |ob on
1 nlng, and
i .
ting of 3.5 aper-
eeond. Th
good result of the photograph
fhoi.- how bnportant one of these'
hunt meters is for real good
photography.
Carib came nwny from Brad-
shaw & Company with the very
firm impression that for the last
word in typewriters, adding ma-
chines and the h>artnatlng elec-
tric dictation machine. Bradshuw
and Co.. are certainly the place
to (ind them. An example of
costing worked out with the aid
of one of ihe Original Odhnei
calculating machines made Carib
wish that he had possessed one of
these toys while toiling with his
homework when he was nt school.
I lily, the amount of fig-
uring which cm be done very
quietly wifh one of these I til It*
calculators is ;iUh imaging. Mul-
tiplication, division, adding of p*S>
eentages. deducting of percentages.
determining tost-, working oUt
mark-ups. estimating profit, all of
(hoes thm: ih) be th-
everyday .iru.ttffiv of the busincs*
ire made a matter of
pleasure when u -* these fascln-
ittag in I
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SUNDAY. MOIST
Si sow .\nvo< mi
i'\.i iiikii
GARDEMM. HINTS HHi AMAIEtUS Farm And S[
I In- l..iril.n In \ml-iisI
Work on a wel il;i\
Chrysanthemums again
AN Ideal ad is a well Biranfjad -pottl
or a shelter of some >
where garden work con be done
In comfort on a wet day.
Quite a lot can be I
on those day* when Ihe garde'i
is to sopping thai at impossible
to work In it, ( thare is well
stacked shelter with all the con-
\wi*estees for work to hand.
The "Potting Shed" should c.t
course house the garden tools, and
tha plan of having nails on one
ida on which to hanR these tool*
will appeal to all those with a
tidy mind Thus, such things "-
Forks at varh...
Shaars. Garden SMsors and even
Huckeu and Wiite'Ini; I
;ill hang neatly, each OH Hi OWn
nail, instead of being flung in an
untidy heap in one corner There
should also be a shelf for clean
empty pou rciidv lot use. and
one for Haffla and tint!.', wire for
hanging orchid pott. nitre ft r
luting basket* etc Have a box
loo for a supply of V.ci.M. (Vege-
table gurden manure > one for
Charcoal, and another for sifted
mould. In one corner Ihere should
be a mound of ready mixed good
garden mould and manure A
strong table at which to *<>* at
indispensable. With all these
things to hand it would be possi-
ble to repot ferns or palms, fill
out seed-boxes. Ilx up hanging
baskets or orchids in comfort
while the rain pelted down out-
side. Once there is adequate
shelter too so many odd Jobs can
be done on u wet day. Lawn-
mowers can be overhauled, gar-
den shaars oiled, benches, and
verandah furniture repainted
among other things which would
give the hired gardener employ-
ment when it was too wet to work
outside.
Altogether a well planned Put-
ting Shed will bo found an In-
valuable addition to any garden
The building of such I
not of a necessity be an ela-
borate or expensive business
httla place
could be knockcxi up with the help
' potts, and some
large packing-cases. A couple of
eoat ol >h would
;-itched appearance, and

the home.
Plan tint; (lirwauihcimim
Sucker*
reminder to
that in order to bv
sura uf Chiysanthcnuim flowers
(or Christinas Chrysanthemum
suckers should be planted no:
this month (August*.
Make up I richly manured bed
fur these sucker* but see that
it ll of n light consistency. If
Ike soil 11 .it ;.I1 heavy lighten
dut. or gras*
cuttings from the lawn-mower
Off up the beI. bark It
ill Maura
good drainage whh h Chrysanthe-
mum like If the young plants
progress as they should, it will
i sgggn .(Mar some
weeks, to support them with
stakes. These stakes should be
it.-.*, and about four feel high.
t.s when fully grown the Chry-
santhemum pl.iiila will he quite
tall, .is well as being branched

The stickers are obtained by
Lpnmiing an old plant from last
year, and separating the suckers
which will be found at the base,
by milling them oft. Some ol
these suckers will have roots and
some will not. Plant Ihe one*
with roots straight into the pre-
pared bed. but for thosv without
roots It is safer to start them
la ;i i'X until they have rooted
when they can then be planted
init. To obtain speciallv lai ?<
Chrysanthemums plant the suck-
kggaj pot- (one) sucker to
.ml hi-n the buds
jsoaar picfc olT the majority of
ivtiuj only few on each
. will, as a con-
l>e finer specimens.
Do not water Chrysanthemum
.iiul never water
the plant ii-eir. oiihj the roofs.
Garden
By MMUOOU
ONL Y DUMBO GIVES RIDES
Zoo Need 3000 To Replace Dead Rajah And Ranee
By CRAVEN HILL
The deaths of the elepha-its
Rajah (shot because he turned
rogue) and Ranee (who died of
gastro-ententis) have left the Zoo
with only one riding
four-year-old Dumbo who was
flown to London from Calcutta
two years ago.
The Zoo's other elephants,
Dlcksi, 12. and Maneki. nine, an
loo temperamental to be trusted
with passenger; on their back*
and neither animal U "carmni; hf
keep." And even DUBsR
be used more than an bout 01 WQ
each day in lhe:hlldr The loss of the twu chief riding
elephants is a serious one. They
both earned 2" to 30 an after-
noon.
Fuasv Feeder-.
The Zoo is now almost back to
the position it was in just after
Uiu war when there were no riding
elephants at all. Restocking is ex-
pensive a well-trained riding
elephant costs al least C13O0, and
the Zoo needs three of them to
cope with the demand for rides.
Titi' Eon will buy no more male
iv are far
teas reliable than females.
But all elephants provide
fijroblcms. ALthoujJh they have
ippelilc* they are sus-
i and often lussy feeders.
V M MtBilUl with I
meaty flavour and loathe onions
and oranges.
The othci il..' .1 woman visitor
lipped a sandwich into the ques-
Mng trunk of Dicks!, who threw
it lack with disgust, ft had meal
In it.
Rupert and Simon46
When iht sack > opaned alt sons
ot Tini ol lovely ih.ngs com* pour-
ing out. "Good Itiiwut." CruM
Simon'. DadoV 'Ho* half vou
been abla io |ii all ihat lood ?
Ptopl* nil you Siropl* Simon but
uSay shan't tail you implf anv
ami You'vi don beitt. ihaa 1
ii maiiTf agggartD >ev
h*vf." "Yes." Iaugh Rupatt.
"and hr got it all ihroush tailing
iii'oult a hollo* irw 1" "Come
Kb me. D*dd. and IM tsplair.
whai hr State*,* uy> S-mon
uniting. So Rur*" **" oodbya
mil icampt'* home.
riifc END
aovihrfas BlUISi TUMOKKOW.
Tanlas al
These rool crops are considered
to be among the oldest cultivates
!"*! pl.mis in the world and.
Mihuut doubt, they are of the
greatest importance in tropical re-
gions. Because of a gi<
Urity in habit and culture, a Per-
plexing interchange of local varie-
tal names and the infrv i
flowering wuh saenung loss at
seeding habit, there has been much
. in regard to thatr,***-
It has been eatablished.
nevertbeiaae, that the cultivated
.iroids (which also IfhCluoV
oniamental forms, eg. Anlhuiium
t'alla. Caladium. Elephant's Ear.
eti i comprise two main economic
groups and the practical farmer
tan easily recognize a tania from
;ni srtflittT bv the shape "t the leaf
1(im1 the attachment of the leaf
stalk In the tania. the leaf tends
Io be arrow-shaped with IIM I- Uj
>t;ilk attached to the margin of
the Wade, while the lde leaf
i* more heart-shaped with the leal
stalk attached at a point oroawhav
remote from the leaf margin.
The tania is a native ol Tropical
America; also known as yautia
vation ) in I'orto Rico whin- i! bt
said Io lesMl the yam In popularity
There are several varieties, but
iwo sorts are generally recognized
-the white and the yellow. The
lormer is more appreciated from
ihe .ullnarv point of view, while
Iht lattei is hardier under less
favourable than normal Held con-
i H DM li the eddoe group ina>
|>e found a number of names such
dashcen (Trinidad), malanga
(spmetimea used for tania as
welli. coco, taro (H-wsii).
tnyc (French West Indies), while
the term tanicr or tanya also oc-
curs. It can thua be seen now con-
fusion has arisen. The group is
larger than that ol the true tania
and includes some SO taros of
Polynesian origin. There an
forme which have Wen cultivated
In China and Japan for thousands
,. ., in m d thare li oat teneii
known as the Egyptian Uro said
10 have been cultivated in Bgynt
itnn before the time of Pliny (23
79 A.D.I The word dasheen
aiipcart to have been nrlainally
taro de Chine' or something of
similar meaning. The group as a
whole seems to be able to appre-
ciate a great deal more """'
than the tania and. In the Pacific
regions, the taro is reported as
being cultivated In iwampiiand
pools. The colour of the cooked
| ,.., varlfg and. in addition to
white, reddish to purplish shade
exist
The different species and varie-
ties of the edible aroids vary both
in site and chemical composition.
bul the more desirable sorts have
, fglrlv high proportion Of nutn-
nvi pioperlles for this class <'
1,-xl crop. The starch Present p
tmlPd X.. be In a r.;l,lv dig. li
ble form and. in Hawaii, nip
made up into a dish known aa-poi
,. often preseribed for 'nvalids^l..
Ihe same wny the white eddoe
toup is highly recommended.
The voung leaves of these plants
make excellent spinach: any tend-
, ucv to acridity can be overcome
by preliminary- boiling with.bak-
ing soda, for a few minutes There
,* one variety of tanlacalled n-
llum Kale in Um West Indies
which is grown exclusively as a
sntltacn Plant. As Kds culu-
v.tinn. the same meth.-ds and
practices apply generally to bo h
UUdae and eddoes and. In fairly
ui-hI wafl. >ne square yard per
Kant Is a reasonable allowance
Yields wni vary depending on va-
riety, soil, climate, distance of
Hi anting, treatment and so on. In
Porte Rko. the figure for tamas is
aiven as seven to 15 tons per acn
With the wide spacing adored lo-
cally H hardly seems >k*lv '',
welds of that order can be attain-
ed iSdots v" lc" tn?n t,anUs'
Hut the quality of the \<**.\J""-
duce can scarcely be excelled
B^ PBNN1 MOI VS and
ANN MIStiKAVl.
Seams
For a really custom made look.
smooth .ii Utchitsg; ot
i and correct fh
the inside are most mvesaary.
the line
i ilie hang of the
frock a ng comes
with practice It l> manual akIU
and cannot be acquired any other
Bray,
Beginners should start practis-
ing with a sheet of lined paper
it;.i w.thout threading thf ma-
dune. Try stitching exactly on Ihe
lines. The muchine needle will
make holes in the paper so you
can see the results without using
thread
When >ou are able to follow the
lines exactly try stitching a design
on the paper. Learn to follow
curves and turn comers accu-
rately. Tn turn I COrnCT stop the
machine with the needle m the
polnl of the corner, raise the pres-
sure foot end pivot on I
then lower the pressure foot and
conlmue stitching Wane! )
control has become pclicit on ti"'
scraps of cloth.
Allowing the same size seam
v i > wlnre is a great aid to accu-
rate stitchinn. Once vou have ba-
eotM used to Utcning a certaia
c*istaiicc from the edge you will
find your stitching is better at that
distance than at any other. We
use |" seams throughout with the
exception of the side seams and
the bodice waist seam where
we usually use one inch until th.i
pattern has been touted for arm-
i.-cy at these pointv An
seam also helps to ensure a large
e:..>tii;h s.'.tm for the msertton Of
n slide fastener without facing
The |M seam will require trim-
ming at some points, namely, the
CRCLE
. kl'nes but
.r.. ...iger seam
vdl make the stitching on geeee
ti ate.
i dresses plain seams ere
best The finish on these seams
depends largely on the material.
Per a fabric that does not ravel |
I that is not transparent
the* are best pinked. Beginners
should never attempt to cut out
their dresses with pinking sheais
as it is much more difficult to cut
.l curately and stitching a straight.
seasn where the edge has been
pinked Aral requires prgs
\, um hi oiesMiiaken
will nnd that ctaUtng wtth paakjogl
shears saves much time. The ^
pinker* should only be used on'
:hat are to be left pink-
1 In the finished garment Pink-
..ii'ihole or the neckedge
l em gssU will eventuall>
ii . te be tiinmied is not onb
d | bad practice as much
other stitching can be done
these curves if the edge has
en cut with plain selasor*
For fabrics tr*! iray one of the
rl limshes is machine stitching
e edges. Trim the edge of the
,.n under a scant quarter of an
ih and machine flitch.
In the few cases In wliKli one
or the other of the two finishes
mentioned above cannot be use..
you may use hand over castinc
though this is not too egtbcUvi
. ,i i Ufcei) to pull unless done
with just |he light tension
Atmhole seams should be trim-
med to about H in. width and s
second row of machine stitrhmr
rgel in the seam allowai
ifc in from the firs! row ol -'' h
maw&rforms
ni.iii-oii.-Me...
Lapped seams an- easier to usi
i n difficult place* To make a
lopped seam turn under and press
the seem allowance on the seen,
tl.at is to be lapped and lay tluu
pressed edge exactly on the tM
ii,g ll-i. of the under piece T -itrh If this top stitching i
..tufvilK done ' Ihe very edge ol
the lap and a fine needle and
matching thread is used the
stitching will not be noticeable
Bulky seams whnli mnol 1-e
i'ii should be graded
< rading .-imply IrLnunfiig; the
seam rdgei different widths. The
Bdge which will he nearest Ihe
dress should be the widest The
edaje next to HiJt should U- tiim-
d ' m narrower and the next
t in and so forth.
\fter finishing press all seems
.fully. "
A tint \OUIIM roiin led ilk
Sou.lte ,- leabJ .'- l. al -and
Chanea H Mill xacttl
llial' I ritilai eUb Inn; r.-Uliil-
neat p p< in u* < in ii-- I 1 gen;
fjokad trnlii up- ajj al.....' | ,!
do lul eenii Ha eon
( bane nclle" daj n your
farortes |.IM
Geaali e Mai. end... i liras-
sieres an- rua .......K ii, il..
1 ailed Mates. < t \-U' IL 1
-S7 .
So beautifully' easy...
so easily beautiful
bcCil USC nrvlf.nm cleamci so ihoroughlv yet so gently, your
m*cd with new radiance, new spanus Let
your BttriQt ull lbs ^t.ffythe atory ol slewing, glorious hair-
,;, woodeilan manstsshsl brylfoam makes
\tn\r Ii-k boa GeogssBsfcal it bj too. Rcmcml-cr the speedy.
ircauv -rry lype ofhair dry or greasy, dark or
lair. Adi for HrvHoam and *ev how brauttful your bair ^ao
bcl In tuhci. ihe /uWv sod the larg* swmssry aae.
there's more foam in
Brylfoam
Car Buyers Gel
TV For 7s.
TORONTO
it a dollar each
(7s.). enough tree petrol to drive
5.000 rnilea, and prlee-cute up to
5INI dollars ni| offered here t<>
buyeri "< new Hntish cars, main-
ly if the smaller models.
Garage parking yards um1
choked wilh cars, new and almost
new which ere not selling well.
Increased taxes, credit restriction
(dosjgasad :,. cheek inflation) and
bigger instalments are the chi t
cause.
One dealer here has offer) i
l t22 TV set. for one doll '
with every cur of one model
bought
Another announced that he
would sell the same make
normal price here. I.M5 dollar
(about 322). including taxes, foi
I 195 dolliirs (CSB). and woull
give petnl f<>i 5,000 miles an a licence
'Trade ImproMnu'
Dealers making such oflers re-
port that trade Is improving
In a number of en"
entiv. the euti do not fall rwa*ll
on them, ns the cars were liougM
before the tax was rai-c I n Rat
last Budget L.E.S.
Iron Curtain
lutttrfli<*g Come
To Kent Coll<-ctor
IhJtterllies and Ihelr collet.-
t know no boundnries. Thai
i why postmen who serve Shep-
herd* Lane, Uartfurd. often da
hvi r parrels whose stomps beai
su.ua's head.
Thf parrels art- for lepldoplensi
Claud* Rivers. 26. who has beeB
f 41ecting butterilien since hi- was
a boy. a axe
He said to-day- "Our gentta!
organisation is Uie Society Oi
Ix-pldopterisU of New York
Through them, moths and buttet -
flies are posteH all over the
world."
Correspondence came from be-
lund the Iron Curt-in. Hra.il
India and Spam
"My moat productive source
*ai foi some lime a collectia
.'i the Himalayas" he laM.
"There doesn't seem to be
any ban on people behind the
Iron Curtain sending post oui
Of course there is some lan-
guage difficulty, but there |p-
pears to be no sign whatever of
censorshipat any rateas far
us butterflies are concerned."
I. u.
""MORSES
: rnmn piLLS
i E 1. 'i ...< -
i a,: "
I .ii.iBrt.i-!.t nil.
: ai.Bi* !>i r>m. n#". '-! " i. .
I .t-r.-ui liiNK' ae>'il -' -' >.-\-*' ,
PENTALUX
FINISH PAINT
FOR
EXTERIOR
AND
INTERIOR
USE
'r- -**N TO WARD Off DCCAf
pentalP
GLOSS ; FINISH

WIDE
&
ATTRACTIVE i
RANGE
OF
COLOURS
THE VERY BEST IN PAINT
Olll \l\ %HI I AT ALL LEADIKV
UAiinn aiii moiiis
fOR flHMNLj. in
Ipana for teeth
Ipana. for gums
Ipana for both
HEALTHIER TEETH- HEALTHIER 0UMS
RUSH YOUR TEETH with Ipaos and notice DOB
ingly different If it. See t m Kb mint-flavfurea Id
leaves your teefh iparkling eyfast*. And dairy deauV
Ipana will help ward off tooth decay, bctau*' -
reducei acid-lurnung bacuria.
MASSAGE TOUR GUMS *uh Ipana. Um bsaH
oeat thaf Ipana gim vour guma ufeguarJi * ' fat
deniwii aav more iban half all tooih lossci ... w
uvuoiea. As* for Ipana for vound teeth. *HinJ g ,n,.
^*ito,
I Kim l.n iiul tradii i i
i
'ii round ihi woi I
\.-,, ricu \ fthodi
mil Britons, n... love them
lm thrii sulc, a I > n ,. s and MM b
mship So will .
shoes
BEWARE of worms
i
MADI B' | fiAR. ilu IWMOtUA N HHUIT. IN0LAN0
LOCAL AGtNIS ALEC AUS-.ILL A CO.. lAKBADOS
Relief from
PAIN!
Get Phensic now and be ready
in case you need it for
LUMBAGO. SCIATICA
NEURITIS. TOOTHACHE
RHEUMATIC PAINS
Phensic will provide you with quick, sale
relief from pain. You can lake that lor
Rrantcd, in view of ihe million:, who trast it.
But Phensic brings more than a quick
cessation of pain. Phensic will lift away
pain-caused fatigue, remove the weariness
brought on by nerve and muscular pains
generally.' Phensic neither harms the heart
nor upsets the stomach and its very quick
action is explained by the speed with which it
is absorbed into the bloodstream, (ret a sup-
ply of Phensic nowand be well prepared'.
Pit
ensw
The grand tonic
pain-relieving tablet I
MaaaaaaMMiaaiaaMaHMtaaau.
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I'U.I. IOI K
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
M sn.W. AUGUST V l!3i
w FOR
B.C.A.IW ITESPLA, ERSTO
PRACTICE FOR B.G. TOLR
Some
Slningv Si'lt-vliann
lly II > I.IU'I'I \
.-
RACJJW RESULTS
AT THE GAUBUON SAVANNAH. AUGUST I. HtSI
VBATKBR I K Tun.
I tit Htrr
CONQUER
PAIN
WITH
M\ll.\ M \KI >Clas. 4 -nd ( VUidr,,, MM
<3M. MM, *50>S'j Furlong*
SWEF.T IKK KKT 1111 lbs Mr. II K. Gill
Jockey Lutchman
'I raUon for the fortb-T* 2. TOPSY....... iZ* I LA tauu<
loiinnt, low British dm..',
:1ol 3 DASHING PRINCESS 119 II JOCKC? O'Neil
king meto aeco the aura^f d* IM* '<"! HARl-MUTUaX; Win: *4.J". Mm; UO, M, j.2u
ihut sun Vour gu< it u low* *i FORECAST: lt flu.
. I you hvr pel ALSO HAN: Miu Panic (128 lb... Thukellj. Ability (128 lbs.. Ques-
... pregnant led); Lun*ins (110 IDs Joseph); Mabouya (MB IDs., Lallimcrj,
with material for breeding distrust and suspicion ihai one must be Fus Budget (III* lbs P Fletcher 1.
'*2*2USSSL-9 F.N.S., ace ..d. h.i, ,ern
point,
CONFUSION
"*1_W1NHBR ;i-..,-lu hr.l. Camunero-lnsh Rock-
TRAINER: Mr. J. B. Gill
I DO not know if mm can avoid the i Fusion of ..sxociat-
I m UW Baking pU ild mdkr either
: two tours to Trinidad I this year
I.et us look at the list oi in H
The lorn-inn Marshall and
Eric Atkins.ni arc entitled 'I r
Hkini iklpDv
role cap) ining Barbados sm.. lid
Ida tc 11
grounds. 1 shall toy mure about this anon
'nH ll.n
MHI
APOLLO
3rd
H i. tlC m.iu STAKIS x ill' Numiiialrd
-l.Ott (MM. MTf, SISej lurUnn
liEST WISHES ..... 117 lbs. Ml C Bernard Jockey Holder
I'SHKH ...... 120 lbs. Mr. M. K I r
Jockey Quisled week before the TruUOad
itt rtil'HTi* INGREDIENT IS QUININE!
-.cr of pain 1< *r Iim in th
i af of ihrfe anil praeoa r*J.en frHtl j lOuStH .ngrfdi
rauWOrut IN ioOlhir. Ktior
And Ihii fourth
.( Hi* other ihraa.
^.af?ffat!aawliy I
DO tOil SUFFER FROM 7HESE ?
, , aoaeaeaes, teles, loodncr,*.
rial pains, r*ur,ils,la. mansirual pales. Aid, hs
reeks**. Outran*. trint> oo*n faVBran itmperaturss last !
THEN RELIEVE PAIN ...AT ONCE I
Hi vary htile to buy > 2-ublct envelop* of 'anacin*enough
to crinf fOU liit rolkd Ur.m one boui of pain AtlO In handy bo*B
, 20 ut wd ooulas ol SO tablet i lor hoovahold usa.
Doctor* and denimi orld M i-tlrofwd 'ANACW far
. tf r potm. h Creot BriMW orsr
12.000 dorio'i ond dennu rteomnund this
and uw (I ki lh'f SBTfOrlOl I
BET SOME AHACIH'TODAY
AU0 APU YOURSELF AGAIHST PAIH
^-
PLANTKRS STAKES CIa F and Lo**
<$ZU, Mi". )5', Fnrlonsa
......121 ll>s. Miss K. C. Hawkins.
,.. .. Jockey P. Fl.-t.lui
2 THE EAGLE........120 lb.-. Mr. H tainta. Jockey Uttimer.
J COLLETON ....... 126 lbs Hon. J. li. Chandler. CroarJey,
IME 1.361. PAH1-MUTUEI. Win >ti..*J. place: J2.34, S2.54.
rOABCAaTT: $2..u8
Al^iO RAN: Pharos II (114 lbs.. uested); Dulcibella (123 lbs.,
LuWhman).
Wood 0* COntna- START: Fairly Good. FINISH: Comfortable, 2 k'nutbs, hail knttth. yet thi'ough
lekat teinf Dotoriety, T S Jni WINNER: 4->cn-old b.g. Sun Plant-Apronctte.
D TRAINEH: Mis* K. C. attwl
SO STKANt.K
'I"! i' i n erf Harold Kldnej I bIi....... ol Uaa strange atpecU
I id tin-..- ii. i' Oral naUM rule exit
the runeaUun that at tl being aske-l to
lill the role of a Icfthond hUmai< in a Barbados team, irone posed
thv fact that he lit i
for the cap).....iv. then I must await more anllgtitetung inl
... to wii.it mi., 'nigs or vices are guiding tl.e
dnp delil'ii.itini.s of the local '
pii.(;kim is miles away
SURELY if Barbadoa iieinled left hand batsman today. Tory PU-
niiin. tornM i. ol Iba Lod I now member of the
arould have Bvw rlvala uad crtalnly Kidney woulu
He ol these.
td .- K K Walcott, It K. Bowen. C. Atkins
. v iniUana,
I UUnpla <>f tne balllliiK altltuilr o| th*
i plaoa, U I n V. Wiiliama is to be included
in .i lot lira he should be asked to captain ttM bMttn.
i I clasa player in tha pnttn ii' "f invitee*.
.,; i bATfl Ix.'en the ca-'e "even if people like .kipp.r John
( Worrell were included In the list.
It would have been n beautiful gesture to have asked E. A. V. Wil-
li.uus to OaptaUl this trim, in vhw uf Hie fact that his international
kbb miei colonial cricket Is rapidly coming to a <
That could barn Iieen a more fitting honour?
B.G. H\M OASKIN CAPTAIN
BRTTtSH GUIANA earlier this year appointed Berkelj OaafcLn,
Inlssriiauonal and Intercolonial medium puce bOWaOT and an
Old* i rn.ni than Williams, to lead British Guiana in the T< |i
Ul Jarnalca Ha did remarkably wel' and even made a bold bid
i. Uw 1952 West Indies team for Australia. I make
thai in similar circumstances in Barbados lteiKrl>
would not have been selected captain.
Spartan seem to me to be much Binned against in tin lift M .,
,. r. D. FluUip., Spartan'. modlum-faH bowlei bo ha* j MK. IJajfe PAKI-MUTUEL: Win: I11.W PLACE nS^LSSSb W en 1 hik.M t mv ^trh
l .1 for the pant two *ea*ons with commendable en-dil for his FORECAST: *^IH.48 ", ?
learn, and no doubti with a fuU measuro of personal aatlBfacUon, Al^o RAW: Oaiiakc (121 Iba.. o'Neiij; Aberford (116 lbs Wildcrl
I invited. 1 drew nttenUon aomv weeks ago to this Arunda, 101 ^8 lbs.. Quested); NotOnlte (110 lbs P "Fletclieri
UidMd wnonng of Ph.lln .^^T"^^^ *h And I>.w (108 lbs., Lutchman); T.bcr.an Lady (IIH Uai
|H-thuus; an unfortunate coincidence that I 1.appeneo Newm.nl; Infusion (123 lbs.. Worn ,; IXildrum (101V? IK"
,.. have bei-n ut the Bay Grounds a week ago and saw for the mosi j Bcllei t' + *.
, .\iellenl bowling performance by Phillips, tlnfortnn.itely. si^h'i- Goo . of Uie selectors wore forced to witness this pel f^ini.iiice. WINNER' 3-veir-olrl hf Kiru,u ,T i ,7.,,.
., apparently they have not told the others or the others In their ti?MNFR m' K D Edwardf
ad ears to hear but did not hear.
BEST WISHES" AN
EXCEPTIONAL FILLY
Bow Bells And llarrotree.n
Set Class Revortls
Hv IHMtkll
\FTER eeks of tin. as in-
deed a pleasure to see tha first day's racfelfl
UCh ideal conditions. The going was how-
nitely on the hard side, us always happens
when there is an inttrval of one or two weeks dry
weather during the wet season. This also causes
break downs and we were not without a few of
these before the races started.
I turning at once to tha D raauM of tin* classic made it
iiyitc evident that we have DBVi hi a creole lilly of the
calibre of Best Wishes racing in Baioados if not in the Souin Carib-
bean. The race was not a particularly good one in many respects.
This does not mean that Beit Wishes won a hollow victory or that
she was racing against a bunch of hacks, in fact one of the most
annoying parts about It was that Best \\ lab* us] if she
had been we are left to wonder exactly what she would reailv have
done. It ts safe to say that she would have returned much better
"", i.curd means much mou-
nts occasion than records in most races usual 1.-
ij*ew people, naturally, know tha i m.,.-. thai d tramer gwe* through
A when he na a boraa U Hal tare Whom he knows to be a I
3. CROSS ROADS ..... 120 lbs. Mr. A. Chin. Jockey Lutchman
TIME: L57j. PAKI-MUTUEL Win. M.M .. $2.38.
FORECAST: $111.32,
ALSO RAN Ili-Lo (120 lbs., Wilder); Vanguard (120 lbs., Thlrkelli.
START: Good. FINISH: CkaW, ball length. 2 lengths
WINNER 1-year-old ch.f. Burning i1 I
TRAINER: Hon. V. C. Gale.
4th Race; SIEVVAKIIS* STAKES4 las* A A hmrr-Sl.l"n
($36a. $113 Wlili -1 furlongs
REBATE I IK Ihl Ml M I I!. It-, n.
S. A.
_,,-. _.__ Jockey Lutchman
- AUN S,TE ....... 126 lbs. Mrs. J. D. Chandler Crusslcv
HNMUTUEL Win M :tH PUice $1.44. 9KVm
ALSO RAN Elizabethan (123 lbs.. Holder); Atomic II (126 lbs-
YVpoat); cUatata tiio lbs., p. Flatcher); Urakes Drum (126 lb>..
Wilder).
___exi < |
tbllig anu another It is Uvyond bis power to turn n
out one hundred per can*, ni. I he Ron V ( fjgua want througn
all of theso and inora In tneprei ... ., i-n,,
It slat lid last M Dm rv. Vueang to in
trulnrd lur UM I i Irn.iad In.i, .Si..., S,.,- ,...,. |,-..,.n. b*ttCa than
sne had ever mokeu becora and mid imve a pur
chance- at the classics n- ...Ul craOMi uju. wan
inucn above the average. Vet all Ihaaa bones fail It Iba Bound ..
nen Best Wiabai span lour oa>
:' rUEUXCl
3
108 lbs.
luw.r S'.Htu
FAIR SALI.V
MISS PANH
. laadtwsnaM
sinck last YEAR'S TRAGIC DEATH OF I
I
'SEPTEMBER SONG"
TIIK HKI'l'TATIO.N OF TIIK
LONDON BLOODSTOCK |
AliKNCV LIMITED
BOW BELLS
MARY ANN
STUDIED REFUSAL
f MAINTAIN that in refusing to acknowledge tha claim oi bowler of
tha who has figured prominently in the first |.
awllng average;, fur lha IthsJl to glva a false 2
in |ne..ioii of Ihe opulenie of Harl.ntos bowlingj M pre.ir.. 01 U in-
j sight nilo Iht patt) prejudices that have robbed Barbados and the 3. VIXEN
West Indies lor years now ol cnekct talent possessed by those who haJ
DO trtanda at court or who hail tha leiiuiity to Incut the unrighteous TIME: l.Ot
. wrath of one of the Allamby'S. Mow h.ng tins state of all nrs will be j2.10.
allowed to obtain in these days o. democrat y and go called euuullty of FORECAST
urlvlh ... tuntty, I t1" !l know but then- is an old saying ALSO RAN: Cross Bow (123 lbs P Flelcb
ifisp II
whii h 1
$8.88
_ obs Bow ((23
Thlrkell): Will OTba Wl.
wj;
106 lbs. Wildcn. Dulnbrllj I IIS Ib.s. CrOMlcylT ......
io'iktJvo Jr ,j FINISH: Close, J lenph. 3 Imithi
SE!NJ& <->ar-old Burning BowFelkiliu.
TRAINER: Hon. V. C. Gal
Till Kacr:
llus Bten Maintained By
DKVON MARKET. WHITE COMPANY,
OSTARA, CAREFUL ANNIE, CATANIA
II hit in I Hart- Xlwtinfi* II
$20,000.00
IX TKIZE MONEY
OFFICIAL AGENT IN TRINIDAD
MK. LOUIS 1WNTIN
135 HIAKV STRF.ET Pori-oI-Spnin TEL.HI-12
rid lido
I I n II11 1 AT LAST
ITH ragard to the C.nMon Invltei I in N S Lucas. R Hulchmson
0 M that the latter has at last been
pan whether Iba KanaincUn icket.
notorious r U b'-d'ls of the best fast bowlers and providing
the grave yard i paca bowling aspiranw. will ba
kind or wonleclly unkind to Edghill.
I have no fault to ond with tha Empire contingent of C AUayna,
1% MUUngton, C. C. Hunte, %. Orant, W. Cam, H. K.ng and A. Holder.
But I think, ',i fatrnaM lo : ports fans. I boutd infirm than that
ion will acarceli be arnUabla, aithai foi praeUea oi Ki^ion TIME> im. pari-mutuei.. Win 11.70 pi-. sT58*' fs-w*
n thai praeludai any form of FORECAST $1392
i hat ..,nl pace bowler ALSO RAN; Demure (124 lbs Wilder! rbn
might he not
anointed with I
WHY NOT GRANT.' WINNER: 3-year-old gr.f. Harrmvav-TnVin.V W,-^
f CANNOT undoi I the i ritaei In tha pcrtoni of trainer: Mr. R. h. Mayers,
have lhay omitted Giant?
.ooord ship in the Port of Bpain Harbour, Worse was iu follow whou
alter running, last in the Trial Bl [ound \u batva
bm.- raturnad to Barbados three weeks bacora lha unvuiig ui.d
although she immeuiateiy bvgdii to pick up sue was no so.hu
rdM gallops than it was DOUced mat she wa* uieecuig a b .
Ibis seemed u> bo the and. When aha I D |fl a gallop wi.n
her stable mate Doldrum last w. .. oatUJ -l io eon-
eiude that the Darby, for her, would ba rapi tnion ol U
bbikes. .->' Bllop, at a vef3
a nun- Ajihougb -:a nnunad aorkoui one could
not azsaei thai at lull gaiiop o\ei tha nine turtocufj in Dan i
course she wmiid do anjuuhg ptfltaruhir.
Hunbv kit uui r.
and M aba cama i- lha oeroy wun iba si tnat sucu
improvement COUtd nuisicr in u.e nun...... iCldad UUI
aha lllu^l nave a cnant.- bna nuuie oi ,t only arDM UM truly grei
i in on, Bna baat Iharn, in ny opinion, ball m.
Being a live running ally she nUtaa IhC htgllUlllll
FINISH: Comfortable, 2 lengths, half length CTDta Ro-Us lolloweu he; and Ibar, 11 IgjUaVd Uiuu..i
up lbe rear in thai ordei. Bltwaan lha live and tha Join rU-Lo Wa
naken up ioi wnai Ii okad like do cua rush tor tha front, it soon
. CrOM Roadl later want up m U to lake oil Li
tVtshes. sin- turvu I I Lfcangi and on aniartng tha tntofa ^ -
two langtbl lo UM gooo when Utnar made his bid. Well limed b.
nw rider guested he ,ame with a goiKl run lo Batch Uoktat OQ Bl I
Jockey Joseph Wishes VflU ITOnpad as ne sought to gtva lha nlly as easy
' Croaale] race as possible. She was than i 1 although Uaher
Mr. A, P Cox, Jockey Thlrkell. vonUnued to gain she held him olf until tha winning pole wal P I
and saw 1471 B I could hardly babava
My Iriend next to me actually caine out a liflh U I
i nave heaui that gucsteu mopped nut whip and thai Crooi Roadi
lost a shoe. That was inueed untortunat-. But ,1 anyone asked nu-
to say which horse in the Derby had t<> overcome tha moat dUBculUea
i would unhcaibiliiiKly say it %., r. V. i he ncrvdlble
part about it all. Ol MCh fll lUtiaa la the
made up.
The Hon. v. c OaJa ba baan training horaaa mntmUiWr now
for thirty years or moie. Thai ** VaCtory. Never
was such a well deserved bonoui earnad m a more dlflteult manner
it la hinng that bo won n with ibe beai creota fljij tiut baa aval
passed through his stable.
T*HB WINNING of the Derby wltb puoh .. grand lilly is also a signal
.,., nonour tu ihc P*-l"ey inii m ,.{ o^^.
Wishes. Mr. Cyril Barnard of St. Vincent. By Burning Bow (dead)
out of Fclicilas. by Colorado Kid out of Happier, by Flamingo. Best
Wishes pedigree combines an excellent mixture of speed and stamina
witli some good class winners and datna i I Innan In afraland in thu
top and bottom. Yet after the arrival f BOV, Bella one was tempted
to think that Burning Bow Blight turn out to be a sire of good sprinters
MART: Fair
ttNHBR: 4-year-old br.f. Pay Up-Baehelnra Drei
1'RAINER: Mr. M. E. H. Bourne
SUi Race: SI MM UK STAKES('Um t A
(H30a. $150. $50)- 7'^ Furlnngi
I LUNWAYS .. Idl |fl M.. K. I> :
.... 118 lbs.
Ill lbs.
M
Close } length. Head.
racini; gantB
lith ataea i ikafalcar stakes Claaa n a I_iih fn
($200. $150. 550 5i j Furlongs
Halliard. Jockey Hold.
130 lbs.
. 125 lbs
......... 115 lbs.
|. PARl-MUTUEL:
ft, C. Bethcll
Jockey Yvonet
Mr. G. V. Marshall.
Jockey Josepii
$2 22; Place $1.38, $1.44
); Suntone (HB ll>s
4115 lbs. Quested); Clementiii
'','.....~ "'*' "<"">>* now nuiiiu turn our ;o oe sire or good sprinters
only. Best Wishes has certainly ..-.< ... hi d UUS belirf for good and all.
It is to be hoped that I..... .: we shall indeed see
SiimU In "ave told the selectors of h
sterling batting parfbrmancaa which by a conacnaua ot responsible
opinion, hava m rery consJoes'aUon azd encouragement
1 at the hat Ml 9 lly, I am sure that he will
ba the hist to admit lhal h Rnda himself unable to devote his best r
.iiri aven to club cricket rurtharmore ratarcolonlal cricket. At continue to win their second
,i mere team far the past three teams were to beat
.._ shall indeed see
her at her best.
The rest of the racing aaw a fair measure of upsets and favour-
ites coming home. The Stew H won (air|y ,
Rebate on whom. I thought. Quoted gave us aj good a display o"f
loekeyship aj we have -r a. 1 *i. in ran I .llv but aa soon as
I saw her being rated and then having a JO a; Droke's Drum and
then being rated again I fell that she would not be in it. Had She
been allowed to run freely throughout I think vc would have Men
a better race between baraaU ttd Rabate.
' "' II" ,;,u i" ' plendld ahov put up by fuV n\.
ni this A class race. However her weight was I'ght und ihe had d
more or less easy at the beginning. Gun Site alao r.->n belter than
--------,---------la (123 lbs.. Quested); expected but l was disappomtcd With Atomk II The
start pjfr 1-^,1x1 2E2H ,nado no -sl,"w nX " :"", " ">tt would, not tart: Dronerlv
!: Close, half length, half length. T^HE S.i.n,,,., Sl..k. attracted final ,-,iv ,!| [^Jn Tins is
just above the total ir- ,.. n;indl(. in coml
fort and oven tins amount gave the impression thai if the same nee
STAFFORD STAKES(la- It &. Lower$1,000
l$335. $165. $55>5'.. Furlongs
aS8XSB* ...... 124 lbs Mr' D' v- S- Jockey Vvonet
LANDMARK........133 bs, Mr. V. Chase Jockcv ONeil
1 ^^'N QUEEN.....133 lbs Mr J. W Chandler X
QBOJ numuer of points as the
. i b bran
irregul.H to pfOTi that this I
Bwordnah and Snappers hav<
acond round get.-, underway.
In the first round, Siiappers beat HaiTison College. Harrison Col-
lage defeated Swurdflsh and Swordflafa Won th.-n match aol
pera. in other words each of these teams were baatan once. They must
round games, for if any ,,f the weaker
or two of this trio it might weU give the third
GREENE EXCLUDED
1 THOUGHT th. t I Id have been added to Police's
.. but I hava no quarrel
in this reaped Income I think thai Greene could C'-ccly find a place
. in .. Ha: bado t-.m at piescn*
Intermediate cricket Circles Will ba pleased to cee C. Best of
Mental Hospital haa been included ir. tne invitees ,He is a *i ry am-
, ---ni wtekes keepi tve babanan, and ajwildl be enootu -
a
THE Wl IK S WATER POLO
J, 'T^HE last two games of the hist round of the men's competition
SS- were played tin- week. Flying Wah won their aacond game so
far d>i Ihe season by defeating Whlpporaya b> the easy margin of Ova
; all to love: Uw Other 11 irison College fixture
S by Harrison College. This i-n :h.,' H.nrison College.
team the cup. Tlic second round should prove "to be very exciting as
several of the weaker team- h..v- deflnltely Improved since the including Bow Bel
.urlong and was showing no alpu of weakening the race looked all
"Vac. But at tins point Bow fi. . vertng ground at such -
season began just under two months ngo.
T AWAITING WOKD
"-xact date of the forthcoming visit of a Barbadian mixed team
to Trinidad Is not yet known The Barbados association are
awaiting a reply from Trinidad. Barbados has suggested September
i3th to 22nd, but t is understood that Trinidad may favour October.
Trinidad |l expected lo reply in a fi\v daya time
Meanwhile the Barbados learns are preparing. Practice matches
are being held twice B week and several of the thirty-six
practice are doing extra swimming in an effort to be on top form
hould the tour u- fixed for September.
The men's t. am is shaping well, but the ladies still require lots o'
practice in swimming, shooting and general bail control. However
with the continuous practices mat the association has planned, these
points should be ironed out by the lime the team is reinv to sail.
u-as run over again, rive Urnes oi more, a different result would be
..aincd on each occasion. Othsrwissj ; .., ;| cIcvw race
v ak h m, im. n r manoeuvring
y Abraham Joseph. But I mu -v clc;iI7
llvnfnZiC TVf !fi tht' JOCk^ 'n lh" an uy incidents I did O0 aai ih -m
Another highlight was the startlinaj display of speed by Bow Belli
ban she won the Trafalgar Stakes. Mary Ann. who Is also^ellen-
owed with this quality made the early pace and left the whole field
far behind that when she reached the
soon ckwed. The two f them then raced
ay from the otbi i i i B< m Beiis gained a-i
itrides. The lime of 1.061 has only been
.apid rate that the gap \
.ip the stretch pulling an
advantage in the last fc
Lettered by Imported horses.
The much talked about Stafford Stake, was almost a repetition
of the above with Harroween playing; a mmila.' role to Maty Ann
with the differ,,:,. <,fort.".hlv thus proving
what a really good (Ulj s. n Queen and Landm'.rk 0O-
hance-l their reputations for consistency by runni-g second and third
under very substantial weights. Red Checks was beaten but not in mv
opinion disgraced. In spite of M the great evpe, taiion, of othcrs'l
never thought she would be Bl her beat Bl this; her Bret meeting The
company, as I ahyaya thought h would be. was a little too hot to
handle.
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STAFF FOR ANY EMERGENCIES.
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SUNDAY, \i (.1ST 5. ltsi
si M)\V AllVOt Ml
PAGC FIVE
Kama Wins Inter-Club Midsummer Races
K.O. Competition
THE EVENTS
nan bace nm m
By P.A.V.
BARNA DEFEATFD EVERTON at
Mairirn Slakes
Doldrum, Mr N. M lnni*('
the^tnut llllv WM crMch.
i .IPt. on , ,0^ , .ilh Mabo
W't-dn^-ciav mxhi for Ihe Inler-Cluh Knock Out Tabk leading Tha
F ur sets were plavtd Evert..n. already )" *1 thi pmitfon untiliw

Mi- won this Haitu-
,- spct-Ualors
a n-l-coming pla>er. Hudd, >ouiiBrt member of the Jtnrnu team, after j hard flgf.l. mueh lor him In the rouith game,
The draw waa out of Bvcrton*! In this fame lite be-it table ten-
Ii Satlppef Nw an 001 nl for the night was wintered T. -
I laid Champ Louis Oreenldges hard forehand ilami gJJ *n" _ iif...'.'.
Sloute. I: placed and .1 it raj .|.Ironl * Uasruna r>1 i.
Sb-.:tle Howard ant! vho rut them bar*, on some oc- oi...**i-. ,.,--
On lasiona froin below the table ?MU.>U H.ii I
I thi mndr nnMbe* look dmpli Planters' Slakes
* turn. Greenidge was not tu be a field of five started. Betsi
pped from smashing and hi Epicuie. April Flowers and Fi
Flight having been "traiched.
point
Coming around the bend. Topsv
and Dashing PraMMa made a
strung bid but could nut overtake
Sweet Rocket piloted bv Lutc'i-
man. Thli illly raced up the
straight to win by a M
lenaih rn
ess
Tle it.** interesting compoti- got most of hi- points
tion nf the l*al Table Tennis fashion. He won Ihe game 21 l(i
,.* also aurieu un W.d- to defeat Murray 31.
allm- The sets were eveti
Inn lions i champion. Doubles match waa played. Louis
Two boai >:<>ute and Greenidge (Bai j
Btently p...- rmi Norman Gill and Se.ile. Thh
moted, were seen in action. The was Everlon's only hop* * net-
majorib arete ires- ting the trophy. The II
sive. The older |dB*en had the won by three straight M
them. One by one the 13, 21 17 and 21IT. On Hit
Minim iins" weie forrM to other hand if Everton hod
"hang up their rartn
rtt match of the Everton
Barna fixture was between Joe
irniu and Clyde Seale.
Defensive Pla>er
In the first g;u
i.he first five ponle went to Hoad
DuUibella (Lulchinati op)
iiulekly hustled to the
waa in tins pofttueri a hen the hori-
I
time. foUovre i bj Pharoa n art n
Collcton ,i citato third
Nrnriiig the live furlong pole
Col let on moved up to uiee level
with Pharoa IL rheae bunched
with DuUibella M the i.
pn-aehed the next i">le Soon
after Lutchman again urged Dui-
etbflUa to take tha lead, but an
exchange of places took place -is
the field noured the clock, and The
Kafile (lAttlniCr up* U)
Ha arm runnini well bul down tha
The next singles match Jf^ j sttatfhl for home Apollo
been moving up iti
thrmigh with a good
take tha
; the judge twi

.-Hid pl.i-e j',-1 hall .i length In
Ironi ( l i
Wits match Gill would moat like-
ly have defeated Howard in lh<
citifies to win the trophv f.>r HJ
side.
I.iltlc OppBatVaM
TII1RU KACL
Bnrbado* Derby Stakes
and Cup
This race was run ove:
lunus- Five horses faced the
starter ail Soprano and Waterbell
.ne m ratchad,
The Held got ort to a good start
with Hist Wi-h. H0ld<
next ...
ivho appeared a very tOUnd da- between Louis ItOUta and BlaL
also able Murray (Everton). Muiraj oflW-
to cut back the ball with ed very little opposition in :hc
much spin to Scale This wor- first ganu .w- vrOn
Had Baala and BtcaU howi
thcr Into the lead. Sarvlca chang- take advantage of lha
198 in his favour and ha Ha tried to make the r
went on to win 2112. aa inlerestinK as ajeaalfala I
The second game saw Scale the next two games 1114. 21'
taking an early lead. Hoad how- 10 I I
ever brought honours even at five favour of Barna. n waa not ne- '
all. Uy the end of the next five ternary to play the Anal ilngMa
Hoad was in the land bul match bat wan 01U and Howard
Scale, who went back to defen- Of the elimination matcfaaa loi
sive play, soon brought honourn the Island Championship the
even. moat interesting WM the match
The score was 16 each when between Ptiillips and Gibson
Scale, with two beautiful fore- Phillips won the tlrst t*
hand mashes, took it to 1816 but in the third game Oibai
in his
tough opponent. After the game ,i>
to put up Hpa 21-19. Phillip- tool \\--
a good flaht before he won 27 ly lead in lha toarth '" u,,m '"'[ """
25. *on He dafaaat Oil n II -""' Ba WWasa, foUowod
With honours now even it 18. 2117, 1821 and SI -M CrO I
could i > thai Saala Othac ptayan to be aUmlnatad third poatU
had more coniiiit m itrokca, from thla comuadUon were Samp- B W tept the load all tha
His forehand slams were more son who was beaten by Malcolm way. On reaching the
accurate and >. constanth |r.e- Murra\ 21 If, 80 12. 21 14, long) poll CrOBI Road pllotad bj
lrated Head's defence, lie placed 21 17; Edey. beaten l.\ S'uelds Dutchman tried to ova-Tl
idem beautifully ai"ound the la- 2110, Jl1". 21 17 and Smith"
ble. Service changed at 17 R in defeated by Humphrey 21 ID.
his favour and Hoad. who now 1921. 2117 and 272.'..
seemed to be a bit nrvy. was ___. ..
beaten 21__13 *or ,,M" '""l t,me '" ln'* m**"
was more stubborn in tow or local Table TjHUUS an
the fourth game Pi be- < HP1? < hampionship for ladles,
ginning he attacked with fore and
back hand sma Scale clubs Bai
anuuhes. took it to 18-16 but in the third game OibSOfl "'"'. '", **'" ; ,;; ^':"
is favour Hoad p.ov,, i .fought bad. and fhl P<.lnts 'he >e^ '' y< <> ''',,-
H opponent. After the game even. Ha went on to defeat I'h.l- ,',l,-M" ,"""**"'* l'l"*L .?.-
Collegeha
coiniH'tltion.

daland Barvlca changed at *^*
41 In his favour and he kept *ni
UM laad throughout. Although T^e
Baala Mad to stage a come-back mion
in MM latter stages he was even- on Monday morning at H o'clock
tunlly beolcn 21 13. The following games will l.e play-
fifth and dceiaive game ^ Mi P rfoward n bUm |
ite with his Vu,,iK Mlss K uy nor vs Mi*. H
S. sic took Wimams or Mlsa J. Hill. Ulsa J
,m B^t vs Mint Joan Humphrey, Ml
S. P,
filly but was shaken ofl
. hallenge Cross Roads by the ,sevet
ang| ,hen ^nti,' bld '"r ,h'' '"'*'"
msar poaltlon up U I
._ but Holder kept Bad Wl
II be held. Players from three Jead to win by half ..f a let
V.W.C.A. and I the rourd tune of 1 tninule 51 8/8
Summer Stakes
This was the second ~, fur-
long race for the da>
.. Catania
and Flieux
ing a field of eleven THt> **'
off to a e .
Low (Lntehman
time lnlusion a
with Tiberi..n Lady thl
The lie!,
until they reaclu-a th* l": l
pole. Ther* was then
ehanae of places.
Not on ite and M
avgf i>y the easel
the home
and Lunways came m on Ba<
side and caught the eyes ot lot
judge* first, hall length ah*
Fair S:ilty v. ho hen! Mif 1
head.
SIXTH MCE
Trnfalnr Slakes
night

da* 11
.
...
start and > into U 1
Mary Ann. VvoQCl up. get well
t' Ihe lor* and held on to tin
.'id nearlng lha rioch
when It,,* Belli (WOl
ahalstngad. As ua
('own the hotna stieteh. Bow Hell^
,

\ lad ft a
d Ihe lead lo *" D
I
than the record she put up in tha
'.i ii i Ann .....
in Uua rai
t i
SFVKNTII BACK
Slafford Btekca
High And Low and T:
art Har-
roween (Y N pv le i
making ei i l nh [ one
Sun Queen piloted >->
and Hed Cheek'. [Holdai
were then running se.
third rtapectlvel) They rac*
,. fur' H
pole
i i
Idan bj (>'N. :'
but I I to oeeri
I up to i
rich inne, i.v
h-maii Landmark arho
d Quai
"
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Bapn im% , >miaam

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m rt.i i. Mar*
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. WitU lltl hrni
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land a ** un*
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t;ie

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at and

im4m mr.i-t.uw nt a nP-b-b- oh* the :ee,.rd held ).% -W atei. I e
Hoad was not as
smashes as pi
an early lead and
Seale won thll
18 lo < lain the id 8nc
put Everton one up
Very KaM (iiiiiic
I MlSS W. PlIgTl!
Miss J. Bryani. Klsi A Road v\
Mi-.. S Fa muni. M'*1- ' Howam
vs Miss M. Havnes or Ml
Campbell QraarUdgaj (Bamal Coatella, Miss M. W<-.l v Mia
[urray In the see- jean Humphrey or Miss .) Clarke
ond set. The first game, typical -tKl Miss M. Manning vs Mi- P.
ol Grevnidge, l*gan verv fast K.imphrey <>r Miis E Daniel.
Greenidge took the service hut -
' '*"'' Pbtn' ": if the -, ,_. ,
Cnctei Today
Greenidge hewed down Mum *
with a barrage of fore- A cricket match will !* played
Benrloe I al ..t tha Boutherland gnmnd. St.
128 in his favour and he went Luey between the Boutherland came Into the picture to make a
on to "iti 21-18. Club and Mr, DePeza't team to- f()|. )h(> ](, 1(i S[ll, :ilHi Flleuxe.
The second game was a walk day Play will begin pun.tuidly f(,uffnt ().
i.vei l..i GreenWge who lead from 'L?-"1- ,. ,, ,, 'the straight fr>| I
ISIS broughrapptauie fnm, and E. Cox. Trom ^5,^ '
in 1930
m i i; i ii RACE
Stewards' Stake*
Only Hui 'ed in this
race and the remfllnliiL
tnntt tvera soon nfl. lAilrhmati
quickly hustled Plleuxea lo II*
and when the
,, tandi for the
ISrut time she was slight]
of Drake's Dtubi and BUaabathan
who were ehnlletiginr vat
bornly. There was some /xchans-
of plares soon alter thll bttl tha
leader maintain'
until the held again made some
change! nenring the dock
i leafed
liKth
IMayors Invili'il
To Prftcttce
The Uarba Iu>n through their Selection Con
roliowii
players to praetlce m prapaaeiueti
K>r the f.>rthroming Mm
lo British (itiiana.
Waaderers <(. <. ProVei
N. E. Marshall. E. Atk
Skinner ;,n,l T N. PclTCi
l-ukwlek C.C. A
G. L WwkI. T S. Blrkett, ELQ
Moan, it i> Kidney and W.

SparUn VV K 1
11. K. liowen. (* Alklm mid
K. A V Williams.
LKmpIre t .<'. C AUeyi I
llngton. C ( Hun-' Oro I
W Cave, il Ring in > A lloldei
( ..mhermrrr 0 H
F King.
I -jrllan ( N S Lui I.
H Hutohtneon, ai n '
HarrlMHi < ollese j W
. Smith
"hoe <<.
a mi .i.hsw
v.m.p.<-. k A Brwriker
Menlil lloipltal C. Best.
B.0.L O, Bevker.
: i*|v
nil iiii.1 ih* ht.tr
it BSH m l.ri qunrlrr
. Cial
Roaaii nUWrW
la loll ihr llftirHon
LHtial "' '."i lirufcr
spomored by
J & R BAKERIES
ma ken of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the blendcn of
J & R RUM
Gelling Up Nights
Makes Men Old
Ortllni Up alfhta, t irnlng >ii*alli>n of
<--. wiiiti-n Si-1 I.Lirr--. 'l'jll " ' ( !'-
pf >>| in. ajroln an.) lr I'Blna r.-rv-uinoi.
Mkn- ana losi of manlt vlfuur .(
Mu>*4 by dUWIi- Of !".. I'roi'ata Ulied
fa M| Imporliiil trt ft nil In mn I Tj
Oir'toma lh. lrnuM>* In It hour, and
q in. Mv fil-r* vlfmr and hMllh tft,k !>
i Bf "lanllfl- dliinv.-y i Mo mallar how )> >ou hav iifT.i-.|
! la (uamrn.d ( ! > ou rlftil.
I raln.iicrftlai-.Lir l-r.*-\i Olni .1
Tu 1.-1 10 lo :o y ra yountf or moraj
I (-k ..-- ftta* from )ur chiaiii ;
. lu.ram.- pfAMtS you.
IT'S HEW (ID ITS HEWS I rn powr-
'7eph\r Si\' I ip' instantly lovD I PCM
'Five-Star' cat' Like ils Msier-moikl. the BM
Six' ci'mhinc* -/'/ the hhhi-wanted u-aliirr* of m.
struct ion and iviinrmnncc. at a new '!"
onceaunight-afur Ideal, ha- bacoflH i thrnUng/ari
8TAR' FEATURES OF THE ZEPHVR S.
# Valve .f.hs.d I., "- (! bhpl
* $Uptrirong. w'ct fittuno| All Swel Welded I
Connruoton.
ft Canue-ilung teiln| . re.n'ul. fefeUaBJ
*Coll-prin Indvpcndant Fron Wheet Suip*r
dawftle-o. W| ihock absorbtn.
ft Inuaet-oction. imOOth-lTOppirlg Hl8Paa8k Bufc
IIVE-STAI." zcPHVR m
eXrirgd, hindMHTtc
.ition Aft is a
the gn..i '/cplnr
,:n. aon-
'. torlng.
; INCLUDE:
TiilMr
-on; bu.lt-ii
A:.D CONSUL!
'
OPERATION
WOULD
1
ENGLAND
BERMUDA
NEW SENSATIONAL CAR-WAX SWEEPS THE COUNTRY!
m
It keeps
Car-Plait Ii a Wax wa always
glvtt lastint shins ind protaclicn.
Guirmtiad lo contain m
abraiivii. Vour moniy back il nal
complitaly satisfied.
proved (hat Car-Piste givei their car
i genume was timsn. ihr bnghtnt ahine,
the mat )ating proteenon it ao
]U'i -rrcad Csr-Plate on clean cr. let dry
then *ipe lightly Thai i til' No rubbing
*ith Carl'lJtc *o quirt and etiy child
csn do ii And thai beautiful gkn i slto
pout oat*l be-t protection agiin.t the ill
i ,up. run a^J gf.me There'* le
--tekanen anoccationa) wathing
. rhM i i accnan You'w arm
ydaag ag bnlluni j a Car I'Ijic
iinih J .imenJ- l>fighi and weh depth u(
J.-r Car-PliU' (. .weepinic
the -ountry l
reg
iv\M
t
If vou're out of wrtv take a |[la of FN')'1. I;rutl Salt in
Ihe inoniing. BNO'S will leep you regularfor it i* a gentle
laxative and mitJ. antacid, good for ihe liver and settling to the
tofliach. Thua END'S I iTafl Salt clear* away iinpurme*
that mike you feel dull and heavy. lake your Fnui Sail in
the morning. cvcr> mornir^.
johnsons CAR-PLATE
SPREAD... LET DRY... WIPE!
O JO MNtOM'S WAX
IMPORTANT!
Befofi a
n? thai
pleiety clean anj h
ar-J oil film lot ^kicS.
Morouch da
OMaJnabie ji all leading Harawari toif- ind fiarace
Mltribsrter K J HAMBa -'.ill HBridgeion.
Eno's
4 Fruit Salt'
./'/' I II I V I'ltuMVFMif II
I-. IBKf GUI *l *< TILS,
m K 111 an.iifi -.M.s- Hl.alBl^^. 0m
.told in '-offfrf f*r
Inning ftmimma.
',r>"'l !'*& Afavk
SHIRTS
BRITISH
GUIANA
LEEWARD AND
WINDWARD ISLANDS
THE BAHAMAS
BARBADOS
"YOUR ELITE SHIRTS ARE GOING PLACES
WORLD FAMOUS TRUBENISED COLLARS
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PAI'.f iX
SL'NOAV ADVOCATE
SI SDAV. Al GUST 5, l'Ol
Cold Climate Mitford
Takes A Warm Bath
Ouidu Bluckiiiaii
Singh To Cheering
Audit-net-
EJECTED TENANTS GET
SPOTS AT BAY ESTATE
New B-i.k. ' (.1 nhi.l
MAL(()L>I IHOMMIN
mi rn.i-.siNo
D> NANCY MITIOiil)
Hasmsli Hamilton iih U. ',t>
tIB cni p
:.. "! hUjtl
I ill- Hi h
I ck> th*
aYsUlanl ;> i-"l
earlier ndvt rnj the ec-
cenlih- l<>-r.i!l... ol Ihe British
aristocracy.
The story of Tin- bles*ins is
ma* have
.
oroewhai
English fir) o>
want lob oflet cere-
mony by Chi rlcs Edouard. a tem-
Ktuous French marquis in
ilaiul tor the war. She presents
him with an heir, an od.ous Itt-
V
When peace returns I i
fo tu y.
marquis
He mm
|
ones. One*, fa
madly m love wuh I n
of French life Tin 1
rantt, el of this
..
mm- p !
ipji .. .
modes in it;, salOOfsS,
She ll
foil with ihe
imooih. tn
grace foes
I
Jell U I l :
EChrtot-
.
; IrUon Of Bid
I

" i- :;iil In do
hut return 1
ol riUlanl duci
I 'Hill younj|
man named Huflhie .
: II day fa i

ttMi no llliM-
I:..
In thi i
'.'
'i hint that
turn over. new laei
rot rely oa it ii I ... t.- Grace.
,,:.
suit." Ex-
uberant sjitre, ability to
I
and fareai '
vm'i i. The
,, .
-ju-im.l Ti -
It is iTT vary well fi
ctupid ajirl.
dreartaat
charm in ttaa OBOtl .- lobhlsh due
bUsd ni
!
onnnkinifr Rut when U |f*j
ford resins to share- Qrae**i
yonglt-tyeti enUiusdasou are arc
.. ASCY MITFORD.
entitled to i I such is
tn


of ri '- potiuc per-
du .l p|' we are
I
high society panned bj
i sot what
tseva been
< \uerl.
FUUV i i. va In the Cold Climate
In a warm

nit: WIND AMI ffaU FLAlll
By Mini-. Sperber. \\ nich-
l 1 hi !.!!; i -
THEM iny novels
aiiout the dlsdlusloned (u'ii-
r i This is one ol I
In lone.
-
it ha* many characters
fiat are hard
rid harder bo **
member, liul it over1 I
odieapa because ol da
painfully topical Internal of the
Ihama, lha powar
and the Unpraaasbfl ir convey* ol
-,i I] a. Bparber,
. rchosoay, n also
i ex-Conununutl

Comniiiiu-: . bj how
It makesand survivesit* colon-
la U IMHl it tun-.'
man either Into cynical
opportunists, as stupid aj they are
'i corpses.
hide lha fraud with las*,
.nut the I
i .
irunist barofa, asked to account
f i| the honors of Itutaia. In the
end, after Mttei nhKhtenrhent
it On fraud has be-
eonM < man to an tan, Communism has
i ii upon earth.
i on urtc^ 11) an
ambitious and tortuous, rtory tu;it
follows tin- <.....
Vn-'o-s' if i thrcniiih
Iniurractlon in their own country.
Hitler*! i !-. in (jcrnij.N, lha
Dollrui coon in Vienna, the
Spanish war. i.nd. at lost Into
the dUBfeona ol Moscow
them ll offered
the ui nil i holca rapanl for crimes
he has committed and denounce
b Mendi hi .rimes they have
not ...mmitted or a bullet in the
back of the neck. He chooses tn*
bullet
In the dark panorama of self-
defeatlns fanuliciMii is there j
i..% of hope, son* and humanity'
Only jH-rhapfl, in the old Aus-
trian professor von su-tu-n who,
in one of the crucial scenes ol
,(.** (.. plead lor the
Ufa "i j man wounded and caj>-
lurrd by Dollfuss troops
The dialogue between Stetten
and prelate who holds the
wounded man's life in his power
ll tlie most eloquent statement of
what this book bclicvt-s: no ide;,t
is worth the sacrifice of the scent
of ik single Mowerto Bay nothing
of the life of a nun.'
Jl IHJMENT UN DELTf lti:v rtv
I ri. Ambler HodaVr and
Stoimhton. Hi. mi ;,!. .......
WHEN Foster, a British Joui-
naltst. arrives in an Iron Curt in
eapital to cover the trial of Vor-
dan IX-ltchev he supposes it wdl
be .simply another of those stock
UOM of gn old-tim- social
democrat leader who h.i
his usefulness to Moscow kaita
enced readers of Amblei will be
able to restTBln their s .
finding there Is nothing simple
about the affair.
If Postal .stumbles upon a
corpse, that, after all, is only
what i.n inquisitive BtWsn
rnual estpacl in an Am-
bler story. When I .-i
equivocal character nameu
Georghi Pashik, who wears a tight
seersucker suit and can '
black despatch case, he ought to
know that the despatch I
tains only a stale meat
and a revolver. And he ought not
to assume that Georghi Is j pulit.-
cal wrong 'un merely because hi.
conduct Is so furtive.
The applause that welcome.
Ambler back Ui the old stand after
years of absence would hawi
been able to maintain tin* Ml
pense created In the Unit ,h.ipt--i
of this Dew thriller
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?4a pages. "Farming and fight-
ing arc very old occupations."
says the author of I bought u
Mountain in this record of one
soldier's war.
IN HI* TRI E CENTRE. I|>
ArneM llaskell. A and C. Black.
21s. 32S pagea. My life for Ihe
ballet" might be the motto of
these rcniiniscenses of a patro".
saint of idler's Wells
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Miss On:
bori soprano singer.
and time and ajaln the- 1
she santf at Combermei. Rail on
Friday night
.1 I lOglllR lil
.
Leaeue
The Ron, Th.- Chief J
Allan CcJIymore who ui-.
recital told the audience he had
heard much singing, but none so
sweet and vibrant as Miss Black-
Miss Blackmail sang for more
than an hot;-: with only about four
minutes ihternu-sion Dal
paaaaj
Shorn*, i
the pieces she liked by Brahms.
"Ru!|- Sussliebehcn" and "O Lie-
bliche Wargen" and the hush she
caused when she wanl
. .you fill me with

rings of claps which followed.
Nn
What was striking throughout
her singing was In
On her long programme wert-
"Depuis 1-e .h.ur lUiulse) by
Charpenller. Charmant Olseau (La
Pcrle du Brest I) by David. "When
Cells Sinn*' by Moir. "A Spirit
flower" by Campbell-Tlj i.n. A
Birthday" by Woodman and the
KnJrl'uals "Done Written Down
My Name" by Johnson. "O !>eter
Oo Ring-adem I: I i -
lelgh and "New Horn Again" by
llellman.
The BttdlatlOt liked the spirituals
heal Miss IHackman did
lime to sing all the "Encores".
i the end she sang two The
one which was most touching as
The Lord's Prayer '
Mi wlnrton Haekatt, oreanhrt
.,: S' Paul's, ni-compatiled her.
BAND CONCERT
AT QUEEN'S PARK
The usual monthly Sunday Con-
cert will take place thi
under the direction of Capt. C. IT
Raison at Queen's Park beginning
at 4.30 p.m. Tschaikow-k s
Lake Ballet Music and two sacred
songs by .1 B Bach will feature
on the proajrarnme which follows:
Grand March"Whitehall"
Prank IVrtphl
Overtun
Ballet Music"Swan I tki
TschalJ
Valse -"Dansc of the Swans"
Hungarinn Dance
Morceau"Braga'l S. j m '
(Angels larenadej Loiter
GavotteHearts and Pfc
Pi baal
btt> ' < bUdren'l Dance
~-Colerld0e-Tatilor
Two Bacrad PI.....
"Mi Heart ever Tn. i
"Sheep may safely Oraxe"
; s- Beck
Ballad Bait
"Squires Popular Songs'*
Ord IfanST
Hymns: The Lord is my Shepherd
tune Cremo^d
The King of Love my Shepherd
is 1P7 A. H. M
God .Save Thr King
of the Housing
Board Informed the Board yae-
teiday that he was regularly
being offered bribes from people
who want to ge' house spots at
the Bay Estate
- oplo da not i.
noaey to the stalf," he
uiii. "would not h.-lp ll, tu to
obtairi house spots"
lha ..ffers, he said, were
not made with an ill |
oxiety to obtain a spo;.
But it will harm rather tha-i
l-.elp their cause." he said
After telling the Board that he
the suggestion*, which
were implied with ih<-
BourU promised to do its best to
remove sueh afli
aVaWd approve.! of -M
families removing thin horn- .
to house spots at the Bay.
These 29 were chosen from i
ol applicants. Most tf
them had received '"Noticoa K*
their picseni spots.
The Secretary told the Bon--.l
that the number of people wfa .
ware receiving; such notices was
ssarreaalnsj and spots were verv
difitcult to obtain, i am ol Use
opinion that this will
Krot.iem m the nearer future
The M.'Ki'-t' b
Itlve than to gran:
the owi.ers of the land

i Lid that unless the Board
is in a position to assist the eject-
ed tenants, thev will Ih> forced t >
lake their houses to UMUltabl*
spots or to other congested area
Although this type of MlatajKN
strictly not "slum clean i
Is necessary in order to prevent
lurthcr deterioration of exi-tm :
conditions.
MemlH-i. who attendi-d the
meeting ol the Selection of 'IV* -
ant. Committee held on July 1-i
were Mr. John llcklcs. ChalrrM
Mr H A. Tudor and Mi. M t
Oox,
The Board received a latter from
the Acting Financial qV
mf irnuns the Board that the Oo%
tl ioi-.ti-E\eeutivr ('..mmittee bai
npproved the reeooirnesxlatlt i
that the recently erected tore- -
roomed house* st the Baj an I
line Estates be rented
of $150 por week. The lettei
added that the Committee agree i
that the subsidy on rent should
not exceed SO per cent, in future.
The Board will recommend t*i
('< > nineiit that house spots at
the Pine Estate should be rented
ut tl 90 per quarter.
The Board began consideration
. f the question of erectn .....i-
munal baths at the Bay Estate.
The Director of Medical Service-^
Bxprt ad the opinion that Mptlfl
tanks should be used and s com-
mit!'.' was appointed to consld>-
It and make recommendations ti
the Board. The members of th
Coiiui /lee are Hon. V. C. Hutsn 1
, i . ;. tor ol Medical BervtcM
Mr. H. Connell. Mr. Went and the
Secular]
Applicution Rejected
The Fundamental Ba|>-*
i hunji win not be ailoa
a branch church at the Bay Es-
tate. The Fundamental Bapti-t
made an application to be allowed
to put a church there, but it WM
felt that preference should bS
(Ivan to houses.
I
to be put at the Pine shstate, thi

will have to " apnrovad by
them
The Board gave permission to
the Transport Board to allow the
bus concessionaire of I
I
bus service to the Pit..
laleta.
Will Resume Rotation
WASHINGTON. Auk 4
The Army announce.: -
that limited rotation <-i .

:n Baptanbei on worldwkii
beat
Troops fViting in K
already bl I In S >p
tember the Army said rotatioi
a here.
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Sl*NDAY, AIT.rsT 5. !95l
Sl'NI) \N \l>\iK ATT
1' VGI *i \ i \
\i Tin- i .in in..
In London,
They Xeed The Story Of Mary Magdalene
The Padding
Uy .. H.
It is very seldom thai the theatres in Barbados show any
; films, some of which are well worth seeing, and
kb ui thil island *,-,vt* bf> ,n'' poorer for not well
them. This week-end. the first foreign film lu be Shown in
-six monl preaentvd at llw PlazaTHE SINNER
*>r \! A(..DALA--et Mexican production depicting the story
' .: y Magdalene, whose deep k\'e for Our Lord Jesus
Christ completely changed her mode of life and made her
one of hit roost devoted followers.
Admittedly. Mr. Torres, who scene*, is profoundly affect tug.
produced and directed the rtlni, Liiif Alcorlra'.i portrayal of
iissumed prodigious task when Christ Is one of deep religious
he decided to Dim this New Testa- feeling und sincerity, but 1 could
maM story, and pulling nener.il- net help wishing Uui the cene
ly. he has been highly successful, in which our Lord puts the money
spared, and changers out of the Temple and
abounding in overturns the tables, had been
luxury and llTllhneaa M well as shown. In order to reveal Bother,
those m which simplicity is tlie vide of His character. 11
amps; wrUt-lensth keynote. It must be remembered ness and occasional under are
white theatre gloves; horsehair though, that the techniques em- never shown, with the result that
jthl iffCW ennobne embroider v. ployed by foreign dneetors, in the personality, which is full Of
embroidered ribbon used fur somo cases, differ from those lo tenderness and humility, ut almost
trimmtaf and the "11151 Fascimi- *ich we have become accustom- docile. Mary Ma#tltk
tor." which is a shaped f.tee v.il. '."'. Th.is is particularly evident in 1> played according to the
worn with a jewelled evening cp
or aloni
By KILKEM ASCKOaT
THE Autumn Londoner. 1M1.
will be a creature of runes and
feminine frill? Fuller skirl.' are
back and bust and 1 uplines em-
pautsafa tiny waists.
Crinoline styles are -
uminous pcttiouats or horse-luii
hip cages. Helena QerTrrs launches
a "ISth-nb" corset with padded
hips to emphasise this new curved
line.
Her collection includes restaur-
ant smti in velvet and li
worsted dresses with matching
lecketa for autumn street wear
which later go under fur esati
Colours are the rich hlue*. gree'
and reds of Goth
clow*.
New accessories are I
pearl dog collars, paste clips foi
Man A6out%wn
Ver thouxht to el*-, b ..- charmthe old sewing mart he quiet content of high eon
Machine as far back as rrfl
years or thereabouts, can bi An Oasi it
modernised, streamline^ br.KigOU heart of Townthe Flying Fisn
bang up to date with an ! trie ( lob Where 'tie ruxtle of Ull
motor attachment from tm> S.ng- Uunboca, ua sun-splashed chair-
Sewing Machine Co This :he arirroroel glittennu
rkable Company' *r and luiKheon con
luiionu.-d tha . ^et harmony of it all invites
ith the advent of the Si iger to enjoy moments of dreyn-liko
wing machine, rrumnurs un- .etsure: to partake of aandwictv
challenged in the Held of sewing
church win- Nothing h
there ore scenes
For insl
I in their Ivi
suppl
have noa
-
of ii boon
live times greater thitn
you're accustomed to rind where.
snacks andthe verittMe
r .i -iTpisves of English. Ameri-
can and Creole Drinks, (or Wu h
the Flying Fish Club is iu*tl.
ban* I
Close t
the entrn
Beautiful, washable. isbCI
ableIrish Linen. It- fclov V
gasriel in various weigh * ...
wonderful COlOW I
slacks and Ladii
Suits, too. Navy. Dam, Wmwv
and Cream and man
in Which t choose.
Where.' At Cave. Shepherd's and.
ynu II glaa liiul vet? .!
irons- designs in yardage
repts Coatings and Su

the acting during car tain scenes, of Miss de Novarra and the sup- i including a newly arrived p.n
hero it is perhaps a little stiff, porting role< are well executed A *"** **"*** ,n Dlu* C
Siiiokinu cam ""^ "^ photography, in which the great deal of the dialogue
Ronald Pi.ters.rn intrarities* director has resorted to certain been taken directly from
fuKlnto^m w,thlftatdr!S5 SJ* ** 21* ^^^ 0-fif- "* h" * "&
three-quarter wrap and whlrh are "'dom used now- .nenled. where necessary with
Grecian lines appear in evening -|di,>''. * P|"ure "f* originally I,nes that are mmpletcly in
dresses in swathed cobweb silk ** 'n Sjwn"n/ ',h a" ^J1*" harmony.
Jerseys. There is Spanish inspira- 'ound-track dubbed ,n. which,
(ton in the colours and embroW- though exUaorclu
erj and well syni
Spanish influcnee appears too ...
auluinn Mali. Velvet is Ullportalt ti.dcgue and action wh.~..
glowing jewel shades and \ *" in scenes of the Magda- ^rsak_jr _f."_d
the Yacht Club end
e to Hie Aquatic Club
1 and most atu
Suites. The large
ra cool and cotnfortibi)
I witb cedar fi
luautyrcst betts. Early
n ling lea and full
... i. tughhghts the Oue^t
Mere in UM qmet luxury
hi pnera low
t i, your own n which to
a davs with the knowl-
t meals, at any reason-
j. .! hour, ar\- available in the
.. |uatk Club Dining Roomle**
Shepherd 4 Co. Ltd have n | ., N: v-eKds stride
Wop'^1rt a f Suites are presently av.nl-
higcily aWe ^,Kl v,, .,.,. inviirti to ph "
4Hl,
and long
wool Gaberdines
the
raaring
48fi
Aage Thaarup' and Edward Har- lene's earlier life
vane are both using long silky
bearskin felts. Sincerity, reverence
Brown will be top winter .shade. Insight inta character!;
and to complement it Harvane particularly noticeable
hi
A word about the musicit is I ^de^da*! front
..,- ''"''ordinarily effecll\e ami has
count for a certain lark ot cohesion l,,H" carehTuUy aelecti
h tion- ErOflO Ces.r Fumk. H:insky-.,r j.
Richard Wagner j rugged
are used, along with others.
nd acute
itiun are
the
arc showing mu
color. CALL ME
Tc.hui-jaho
MISTER! Door
This reaUj is i SALEio%
It Cog cash on any tt<
*" Sl' nuiiiN have W MO '"V. I
pension, genarous 45 puf unpteked now at he
''- ii^,' Hirttware Co., Ltd
wortderful opportunit)
-an open InYihWlon Rn '"
mg August l*t
i - everything
Hot I'lales. Wadlc lions H)h!
Toorters. all sorta
oom. large luggage BCCOanjBOda
lion. 30 m.p g. and mop
Eotourg and
strengthfor $2115 00
lit tlie famous Four-lh-- ll
-Minor of which Perev Gooding at
Both the Glob.- and the Empire Fort Hoyal Garage has a P*a) :.
Morris Min
- ZLA.rZ T. gy^y ^rtr-vlw .1 X.rL. - (Globe) starring Betty Grable and and also the Urger Oxfords.
U produced a burnt cinnamon, iwrtrayaas of the various roles, D ^^ u, bright and breegy I Minors are unexcelled
'o go with velvet restiurant su.Us and the members of the cast have ^ '^*> ^^ , %mM ,ilf nd,n([ ,.,
Two*
s!-.:(, _
The S
In
Kb plenty good dancing. The title is taken
from a popular revue of some
years back, but there the
has designed the "smoking not only been chosen for their
cap." which Is a tiny round cap acting ability but for their re-
wlth a button top. upturned flat markablc likeness to well known
brim and peak of stiffened veiling, portraits of the people they are
Newest trimming is a 3ft. long portraying. From his physical ap
eagle's faml the brim of penrance. Jesus as played by Luis
a large ruby velvet hat. Many of Alcorlita might have stepped from
the smoll Mongolian ops have fur any one of several famous ran-
ear-flaps, and for evening skull vasses. as muld Mary, Hia mother,
ci.ps there is a soft straw jersey played by Luana de Alcanu. John, .
he' favourite disciple, and Pontius ,0\*? fT1&,'"'^ bl"
Pilate are both obviously the ' *M t0*?}-Lthl
fort they're superb.
wonderful buy
snag, they'
hemline* and
Dm i Kled motif la repeated in
the 50ft sh pockets, collars and jacket basques.
Length for day clothes remains
the same. For evening both short
^-'aa^Sa.'ss
top
ambiance ends, except ,nr two JJX ^ *!* m^nUsT'"1'*
of thB original songs that ..re in- wnhln ,'' ,>l^,l*.', "'"'"t**
eluded. The costumes are attrac- 400 davs, tick-lock, and thi*
tive and there are some slick mwiw- usneniace caq *tay the
dance numbers. The plot, about distance on one winding Yu.
-and-off theatrical marriage, sir. a: Alfonso B. de Lima's
t serves showrooinsi on Uwci R|
nd | this remarkable elock in a phol
The.:- he [wo- ] K. ,, ., mng, and
ehold appliances. Here's
atu/.-d K Special I'm.....t Hk. per sq. ft
riding .om- ,.,, A|u1 hl.re aiMi there, and
rneyrr still a,; ^^ ,hfl pu^^for you. Sir
buthere s f(1| yeUt Mudain. it is opporlunlt>
maybe not ,un). .,, BaiUids Hard*
Ltd
Two hundred vears i- . I> i
i i I h ' rhit perUid, the Dutch
nrm of Pisier Schoen Zoon
perfecting the re-
a AeBtherpCKH Varnish -
SISMAVAJR, matte available to
tniough the Bar&do '
mater
p^s^T&J^*J8Z fhVKaneS ;;;,,;,::;,:,:'.;, 'sFz&Qgjfa
designers to show his autumn .-x- Jhwuejl the ages, mg**> tom|.|btilPS *tWll mosX amsing most extensive section p, 'axeWttoST en.hVrn', .,,
port eoUectJ ' amount of imagination has num^^ 'lament of The Pots wgtchea ami eloclui Bl all kinds. vvl!1 a rr,.k , bUlrtor
Last night he launched the b-n u >n the portrayal of me H|U( pn,^" and "Military Life.'' All including very charming leather ,UUV|rtes a solendld gloss luilrh
"Chasuble" line, wdh roundel oarly Mary Magdalene, her ap- m ,,11, CALL ME MISTER Is very hound travelling dock In all'
pcnr.nnce later conforms to ||En, on)ovable entertainment for "~
conception. lne farn|lv
The plot of the tlliu is made THK PAGAN LOVE SONG |
up of bible episodesMary's con- ^ Esther Williams,
in i Mon, miiacle* of Jews, uiclud- muaicu) and that means plenty - ng the feeding of the live aquatic ulent. From what I can 11
f". gather, the lihn was made mainly
, me curing of the leper, as well as in Tahiti and there's plenty Of I The thing lo rafnernber is thai 1 this blore, the
...Jl. ~au'.- "ther scenes from His bfe. The local colour and gorgeous scenery.. KNOWCEM Is not a substitute f... y,. ,.M.| Service In
climax commences with Jesus' This picture, like the previous i paint or distemper. JhU nt- sm.i i. efflcienl eatahUataneni ot
l ntry into Jerusalem, His trial by one. bears little or no resemblance1 markable covering with Its base N. i: Wilson & Co., ihe
a ideal for floors in fact
olourfl. folding smaiiei ha,, .. ., forms toon SO thai thev
igai-elte case for handbag oi t( .. 8,e*r as works of ail A
ase Alarm rlocks most reas- Vainish for land or sea. a
.tial.ly orlced pantry clo-k v ,. .(|tl, [ ,.
rajj clocks, all new .ttia.t.v SIGMAVAR ll II
I at Alfonso 11 de Lima a on 0p MUm racXory.
decolltt
Sl I ..pi' ss
favour ii
lions.
Brown in all shades, from soft
caramel to dark chocolite. will
vie with black this coming sensor.
itius Pilate, and ends with the (0 ,nc ^
ftnal ir..L;edy of the (.*
trlginal. but Howard
lully and movingly pi
particularly nape, which Pri
Elizabeth is including In her Can-
adian wnr WOULD COPYRIGHT
RESERVED
L.E.S.
Christ's walk to Gobi
agonizing and the CriMtisxtoa
cegkl, while obviously based on
a famous painting as were many
Iformed -taff take pie n-
diapaaylng Vw largi ..nd
Keel sings his songs pleasantiv. ,1,,^ nol t[ake or peel oil and is on I...pUJ
and there's a festive holiday war*iable BNOWCBM can In- Man's Wear N B Wilson
-*- "'" j *"*'"'"' SSI? In"'."";'. C2 2L!*J22? "-t"
The acting doesn't amount lo eolouri wilh full Inatruetloru '' pleasure at auty one of the taste-
much, but then In a llim of this eorrect applnation. Made avail- fnlly arranged departments and
kind, who cates?
Worried about your Hair?
Then your body must be short of ihi Iburiecn tyrosinc indeed /'(bc natural hair
organic suhsianor-. viui for healthy hair giowth forming .ulmances. in conccniratcd
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I'M.I I 1. ill
I U\\ \tl\li< Ml
SINDAV. AlT.l'ST
RARBWSjSi^WrE
, IK Hr..*
Sumlu\. .\uuu>t .". I'd I
SIMMER SCHOOL
TIT'

i ,; .1: Cod-
m July JOtfa to 28th.
Ived
.1] is Ukely to
,: institution. In Great
Britain the 1 extend the hospi-
tality of their buildings to those Extra
Mura! Summer Schools. The natural
. -ily
pSJ. no with thoH of
Oxford and Cambnd;-. rod (.11 transcend
those of many other English Universities,
ol lofty pain H"1-
Kiatc buildings '>f an aiftlqulfy rare In the
West Indies, and the view over the Atlan
tic form a 11 l; of
study iw.iy from the bustle of the town.
The C.ovorninR Board pnd Principal of
>',lU'c.e generously plated all
advantages of the Coll) ' n.-posal
of tl' courts,
swimmini; bath itnd billiard room. The
week combined the ittracl 1 1 of a holiday
with the advantages of 1 week's University
education.
Ti an even itroi" i
4 l.durers and tutors than last year
The School had the advantage i the pres-
i noe in College of Dr. J. II. Harry, fornn
Fellow ol ('lute Collage, Cambridge, and
Professor of Modern History in the Uni-
vcisi'y ('< IN m- it the West Indies. His
daily lectures were obviously greatly ap-
preciated, and were supported by the
Judge II A. Vjiujhan. whose work upon
the life >f Sir Conrad Reeves has given
him an intimate knowledge of the wnofe
period of nineteenth-century Barbadian
history. Judye J. \V. Tl. Chenery contribu-
ted the constitutional aspects, and develop-
ed the thesis that the Crown Colony sys-
tem which followed the crisis of 1865 In
Jamaica had probably suited conditions in
that colony. In Barbados on the other
hand the crisis of 1876 had not deprived
the lalan I ol its n institutions.
igain In hH opinion the result
been m the best interests of the
Criony. An (htereetlng lecture by Mr.
F. A. HoyJs gave the incidents of both the
Jamaican and the Barbadian crises.
The Summer School dealt With West
Indian economic problems an well aj with
historical aspects, and had the advantage
ol 1 stronger body of economic experts
than the laland has enjoyed In recent
year*. Mr K If Straw dealt with trie
problems of industrialisation, Mr. B, w.
Barnnv with tli A. de K. Franipton with the use of land,
and Mr, E. S. S. Burrowes with the growth
of Trade Unions. Sir John Saint's excel-
lent lecture summarised the whole history
of sugar as well as giving an Inter*
account of scientific developments In Its
breeding, and it was pleasant to see him
after the lecture surrounded by a crowd of
students eagerly asking further questions
Dr. Bruce Hamilton provided Uterarj
interlude on the "near-Barhiidian" Leigh
Hunt, and Mr. John Harrison n lecture on
Ait in the West Indies which made his
hearers greatly regret that his approaching
departure has made it probably the last of
It! kind which he will dehv.-r.
The Rev, C Saver, Principal ol CodfUlj
ton College) lectured on reUgious problems
in the West Indies, and also 00 (he history
of Codrington College. A remarkable fea-
ture of the Summer School was the per-
sistence with which inlormal groups of
the youngest si udstltl gpontSJtSOItSl*)
Sought the Principal's company for the dis
; II of religious beliels and problems.
The main groups represented at the
School were civil servants, teachers from
both secondary and elementary schools,
and young people who had either recently
left school or were slill m Sixth Forms.
One undergraduate of the Unlvi
College on vacation attended. An enjoya-
ble occasion was a tea-parly given by the
Summer School lo the Barbadian under-
graduates of the University College al
ant on acatien In the lihttkL together
with those who are going up this ten M
'freshman."
Tin real advent* ol these residential
schools is that in addition to the lecture
periods the students have th advantage of
informal discussion both with tutors and
among each other during the day. The
oner. I dliCUSlionS, II must be
admitted, sometimes prolon I t-
rather far into the rtl [hi The fris
I camaraderie of these Schools an
social value, and increase the stll I
sense of a joint adventure in the life of
education.
The two first Summer Schools of the
Kxira-Mural Department in Barbados
have both been concerned with the West
Indies- their history, economic problems,
literature and art. It is probably time to
VSty this theme for the present One pr -
j to reserve .1 lew places for visitors from

! Windwards. If howovei C
to support the nhvn

nnected with ''.
. si 1 c admi'i:
10I which
iture or per-
.

Mural Youth G least a
. ,.
hilt eduotlon is
v make many
1 in turn.
(OIOMI l>0\ \l l
vVISl INDIANS h en ] mfuundly
im of the shameful way in
which Colonel Donald, formerly the Super-
tGn ida, was treated
i.\ the Qovernor, Sir Robert Arundell. A
man Of good reputation, who had worked
1..11 lessly and untiringly at his duties dur-
I inees in that island, he was
a month's wages and dismissed
without reasons being given.
ins, the eese of Colonel Don
undoubtedly be a reminder of the
"Dual affair." It was some three years ago
when Colonel Duke. nepulai and
ed member of the community and the
1 1 r of Police, was [ofced to ts>
tin at the age of fifty-two. So well liked
by his men was the Colonel that when the
nous ol in enforced letuement came
through they threatened t<> strike.
protests from the public, the
and the Legislature, do reasons were
given I01 what amounted to Colonel Duke's
diwii. s Force. II he had been
guilty ot mi.se. nduct that merited his dis-
missal be should have been charged with
it, and given the- elementary right of an
mi tv to defend himself.
1 I Donald is almost an
exact parallel. Colonel Donald was held in
rsl esteem In Qrensda, and during the
nine months "i his office he received two
resolutions of thanks fmm the Executive
Council and one from the Legislative Coun-
cil. When the time came for him to leave
the Colony he received warm testimonials
from five local organisations, and he was
rnovittgl) thanked by his own men 11 .
police.
The unmanly way in which he d I
Colonel Donald must always remain a stain
Ott Governor ArundeH's administration.
After denying lo the Colonel rumours that
he WSS about to be superseded, he called
him two days Inter and told him that he
v..1- on y S3 beer that Mrs. Donald was ill.
and that he hoped that he would make her
1111 < mi: for resigning his poit. It
was quite untrue that Mrs. Donald was ill.
1 1 l.ii.atiun that the Clovernor
gave to !olonel Donald was that a man of
his call 1.1 e was not suited iindet the pXSMBl
conditions. He then summarily dismissed
him and ordered that he should leave the
0 ny immediately. Colonel Donald was
Iven .1 month's notice, a course which is
iii. iptepj in the Colonial Bsi vice when
a man has done something to his grave
dJ icredlt.
Colonel Donald'- Dtreer is finished, dis-
pite the assurances of the Parflarnentary
Under Secretary that his reputation is still
as good as ever. His summary discharge
withi lit reason ive reflection on this
offlcer, and ontil some explanation Is iven
he must always remain suspect.
a Interests 61 justice the Govern-
ment should conduct an enquiry Into the
case of Colonel Donald. If he has tailed in
his duty h! him be punished, otherwise lei
him be recompensed. But above all. the
reasons for his dismissal must be given.
In these islands the Commissioners of
Police hold positions of grSSl imp*
and trust, but within nnenl year theii
has been undermined hv the
Governn>( nt, There must be no more cs
like that of Colonel Duke and Colonel
Donald. West Indians demand that justice
he done, they will not tolerate high-handed
1 ureaucracy,
lltAIIH I M.II is
THE public will welcome the new that
Bridgetown Is likely to have traffic lights
1 led within the near future. The traf-
fic problem in tins island has been I
vated by the increase in motor vehicles
and the apparent unwillingness of bsdes
inans qmd cyclists to DO-operate with the
l\>lu- and Transport Authority.
New regulations have been di d
it uie order to the chSOtiC
conditions and 11 has taken much time
and energy on the part of the Police to en
n ihedience to them.
The institution of traffic tights should do
much to solve the problem. It will mean
that man; more p Jice -:. ill be ralta < I
\.:;d for
noun directing traffic and lo in-
stitute widei patrols on other
Motorists will DOW realise that the lights
which are timed, must be obeyed and that
those who attempt to "beat the lights"
run the risk of grave danger.
There will be three lights. The red light
will mean that traffic will stop while the
reen light will be the "all clear". The
lit will indicate that the change
is COmbUJ on and that pedestrians and
motorists must look out for the change.
It will take some time to educate people
In this island who are anathema to change;
but it is hoped ti. etits are real-
the 1 wilt i 9 illingness to
time of tl 1
PLASTIC TABLE COVERING
45 in*, wide, WHITE and ALL COLOURS
i.OSMI' l\ PAPEHDOM
On |he stroke of midnight I'.er to tell m i.bout her grand-.
thorp oral ratal rust ling ""! By s ivlher who started life as a pa.'l
.,: in the S.-, relarlat u .., ., _. ilM-1 ' Secretary of States' despatch I
'he papers ctmc to life A fad- """ "eLnnim- lino and then imd ended up in a gutter in Dny-
Dd ..i,i minute paper thM had cvenmi lull tu i.-mly lo lUOW r, ]r% Boild n Saturday nigh;
been pigeon-holed for veins and he>-l" n It he, 1 iiihbour in a con- afler b^g liwd to wrtp up ,
rorgoden, turned over and *hak- tcmpiu us wh^ ir, AM. well, 1 ^f^, t black pudding."
nig herself free of dust, said supi*-* this is w+ial one has to "Order, order!" said a seda*.
stfjlu "In my young days lut u|> with II one hag to mix pifC<. ol r^d l4ipe who considered
-tftlcial papers were very differ- With underbid aper*.'_ himself an authority on procedure
Dl The w.ung bad onw re- "PreeBBMJ, n acar. replied -n^ personulitles. Please remetn-
speet for their senior- But to- Wi.w Prim. "A my dear father be,. ,hl, JB a Government office
" .Iways said. > iunl expect to ilM(, , political meeting in the
Oh, UMM ihj .:.....I" I make a polite p cr out of a pis rtPPi shed."
nied draft of a rather rude ear. And he n.iiiht to know, for He-l-J-gh'" exclaimed an il-
Wt my grandfathei vU a 3rd person- ||trM blank 'he<-t. "What "bnut
liw spaactif Since when dey ihok
you censor?"
da paper basket. "Thru- g) note sfh
ksTUe ajjain with her bred to acknow^
usual neglect complex. Poor old nf SVnh plcbeum
dear, at her age you'd think she
would l>e slad to be left i-i peace
instead nf trying to scramble into
.he hinelight."
"You see what I mi.in, my
dear Miss Prun," went on the old
minute paper to her nelghljour in
'he next pigeon hole. "Fnncv
I.....>H called Gertie by paper
I've never even spoken to!"
V. Indeed/1 replied Miss
Prim in an ultra-refined ladylike
voice 'The manners of these
modern young papers are
atrocious. In fact good mannen
seem to have 0OSrPlftt|f dis-
appeared. They mm \n think
th.il e.dling their elders and
(heir rhri:-ti.ui names
is the Im*i example of social
p-n.se. Alul that impertinence is
the best way of showing their
Indepeodett "
A -killish young letter, swing-
ing hej;_hips as a puff of wind
1 half acroH th tabtey
lelgKled as she caught the aj pror-
-r.*; 'i .1 i uline eye of a heft>
minute from a garrulous minoi
official. "Well, we Ufa In
disappearing age, don't w*t?"
i. ing diplomats al homo and huts
and bank notes out hPie. what
d'you expect?"
luch too well
Ige the existence
pronouns as "I"
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"Speaking as one of the
ployed." said another blank sheet,
"what I want to know is, why
do we waste time gossiping instead
of talking about how to cure over-
population?"
A paper fastener that took an
active but silent part in the
Standing; Closer Association of
imfedcratcd documents, said,
"What I would like to know is,
how does anyone think that Fed-
eration is going to help a redistri-
bution of West Indian populaUonsf
No West Indian Isfend is willing,
nor are any of them economically i
capable of taking our surplus pro- i
alt, Moreover, if the Inhabitants
of any of the other Islands antitfl-'
pated that federation would COBS*
pel them to do so. the only effect I
it would have would be to putn
the whole question of federation!
further into the future than it \
is at present."
"Yes," burst out a communistic
paper wearing a flaming red tal
as he raised his eleuched (lot de-
antly In the air. "but unless at
can get rid at this so-calleo
democracy, we will never get any-
where."
Loud cries of "Boo" and "Slur,
up!"
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'I don't care," went on the
er you Why. Ids father before paper. "All I know 1$, If Grantle\
I expect the papers In this him WU raised to the dignity of had taken a leaf out of Stalin'*
OinM to set good example," re- n state archive when he retired, book, we In Barbados would havt
Qertlt ibarpl I export and on his death was interred in had. ", and then tOpPOI
young letters like you to realise Government vault where......" abruptly as a flash of lightning
Ihal if anyone wanted yom opka- -I suppose only mice of the lit up the office and the DOtse 0
ion. they would ask for It." exclusive families nibbled thunder and the rain thai fol-
The skittish young letter took him into confeit.." broke in the lowed it. prevented the inhobl-
out her compact and modP up MS voice of frustrated report of s) t.ntls of Paperdom from hearm;
ye-ah!" she said commilte.- of enquiry that could what we in Barbados would hav
|
shortly and then began practising not get published until the public had, had the leader of the Houm
In the small glass the S A look had ceased to take any interest In been a Bolshie Nor did any ol
IM intended to try on the boT the subject. them know that an ancient quil
ttU i WOO had shown his appro- "Hear! Hear'" shouted a piece pen. that had been buried over j
ral of the technique she'd cm- of scribbling paper, that hai hundred years ago behind sonu
ployed to cross the table. omabow got into a flle dealing decrepit Blue Books, had silent
Qenari lips closed In > Mta displaced iwrsons. "You ask ly turned over In his grave.
Sitting On The Fence ~
THESE are the dog days, usually By NATHAMKI. r.lUBINS love so much, there will soon b
tin hottest period of the year____ no animals or birds left in th.
in the northern hemisphere, when WlMl With PeraUmi threaten- country.
the dog mm. or Sinn ris. ai i S I.....>l> >' " if he gives
(th the sun, and when even wav " ,h'' "ll ditbule and hng- In your Ignorance, you m;>
gaod-tempered people become Ir- 11s'1""1 Mm of financial think that the animals and hii:
..hi", bod-tern tiered people vlo- r,lin '' "* "'"' '' "" WOBdaf he don't know what's going on her
lont 'alleui r angry out- If *o. read about the 900 raein
Only an astrologer could tell bur..U and peevWl tears" as he pigeons stalled off from N'ai.te
von why Sim. t-- Joseai from llde to -1 le In I ^t- Fran,.-, for their home lofts i
but any ordhurj man '' I of toast- Yorkshire.
tl .- new.spa|"-i
lure.
In the AUIwvib lasl Weak I
pad his glrl'i face. Two
other men pfsaastad Bb
exchanged.
Four other men joined in,
locking everybody within range.
The police arrived and two were]
i >u-' IchI off to the cooler
The day after. 2S0 Thames
boatmen ol the paaiansar ptoa-
iii- ho.d .ervice lietwcen Gree -
wich and Kent went on strike
becauseamong other complaint'
they were sick of the sight of
v. omen's lens climbing in and oui
of their boats, on and oil the
I 1 1
"They show as much as possl-
.tli1 -.iiii one ,: I il.d
trtkar, ^Phej ousM to be slap-
1 id
The following day 1 readei
complained to a culuimw I
"My wife has alwa>
.;. hut during tnc lasl
. ,
1 arrive
1
Full slop
When i a 11 talking to a
girl, the conversation peters
out and co-nc* to a full
top."Letter to 11
paper pepchlatrl it,
DID V I rung?
Me:- |o,
i (nought you did.
rVo, / n'a* )u*r thinking
Al -in what"
fee Jo-
So have I.
Forgotten vhatf
.What I was thinking about.
Are you altpay* Uk<
girlM?
Ye- An- vou alwavs like this conscience.
dUl l chance for
V.<.
Fuiiii\. 1
Imi'l it"
Fond of *por!"
ros fond 0/ ir.
No
Rss Hngl
Bornetbne*
f li'..^ I Ike
Only 17 out or the 900 arrived
What happened to the others?
The experts called it "a majo
disaster" and cannot think c
an) explanation
Hollywood, croon. I
Sinatra, normally a mild sort of
chap, threatened to 'flatten" any
repirter who asked him about his
with AYS Gardner.
FroBn Korea, whara tempera
tures arc In the 90s and Sirius la
working overtime, an Australian
kmirnaUSt reports that Svnmnan
USJuatly a friendly old
man. has completely loot nil
reason so far as Communism is
,ed."
pointed
and mosquitoes M yell-
ed beck at Pressmen: "I would
like the war to go on till not one
left alive."
'
- bed again in a
Maw?
/ ni.v soi f Urns.
What's your favourite colour'
rfatN "'r 0 4 00*.
Neither have 1
f sap. f^xik.
What
A cot.
Where;
Oner Lscfcfag
sfo'narh.
I stldstf do fhoi.
U'hor did you lav?
I tJiotioht v" said sol
fhing else.
OJ '
Warning loanininl-
IF the hungry English go on eat-
ing the animals and birds the)'
If they ean't I can. PhOtOI
are not fiois. They have neai
about pigeon pie and have "<>.
off to some unrationed Country,
What's more, they have piob
ably read about horse steaks, an'
donkeys served up as veal i
England, and know perfectly weJ
that if people who love hors.
itroke donkeys' noses wfl
hem without a twinge 0
there isn't mUl
pigeon who Is n
greatly loved and hardly ev.
stroked.
Although dogs can't fly. th
had better watch out.
Already prairie dogs are both1
canned in the Argentine and ser
I* ... for human coruumptio
A.varding to reports,
like sucking pig.
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haw been eaten, when all lh<
zoos In Britain are empty but lo |
Hi the ghosts of devoured specimens
and all the frightened birds hav-
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hands that fondle your ears o
the voice that says "Nice doggie.'
With you on a plate the same \
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knife and fork, the same voice be |
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SI NDA1 VI OUST 3. id.-.i
-I M< Ul\ in III
I'M I MM
Pictures by CYPRIAN LaTOUCHE
A DA Y AT THE RA CES
The schedule.:
.! tti Uarbado-i
Turf CKn

i-OlWiTi.il)
It was ft I
Id brawn
I : i
: ;.'..'
.nd a halt
f irloogl from a ilold of eight
lh> rO wa-. already ft ):<: (
Tire both In '
i the grounds.
Highlight at the day's racing was
ing wm i>r Ihe $1,000
Derby Slakes 0V0C nine furliing-
fcj Mr c mm Ally.
I Burning how
i !..


into the mm
rnd set a .
I hmgth b*om Mr ML E.
Bourne's bay gelding Usher
Kidcfclim'. -
Tha Lnti Igning Bit* nhowi Hi
ItAV* ftlwftM gone I" inifcl their
own mee d;;y entertainment ; I'ait
i!'-!i. \.n. not



Lbc ,.-
t-wniered '
to Lot-
try of the Hull!
Rub.*'
The Lucky seven trble.
in full swing wiiti (hi



go right aw.iy down"
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Nf\h\Y ADVOC \ l 1
SUNDAY, AUG1 SI
1*51
B.G. Sugar Workers
Return To Their Jobs
Till; STORY OF A
YOUNG SOI hi
KOREAA WIFE
lly H. JlAIU'linlXJMEW
\L FKONT. KOREA
(From Our Own COTMpMttat)
SUGAR WORKKi re- August 3.
'""l lh? i,f * ***
__________,.. L_ ,_____.,__._j a you IfO in the bean
illage .,! Chu .'
i hmbd i" the ann.v
- has not heard from
n
1 M I ". '
I

plaint* by work.
nrtd
a ehMli up .
but the cr:
.....
rr.ade but :v - U staged
a walkout < > .

ivo' .. :)..
Lachhn ...
I'nlon.
T*ir QJ.W.U
elected ajieanbl i ol I
end following the Stri
milled n i-eporl to the F C
which resuKcd on an
tlon by th T.U.C. Committee-
The T.U.C. at i
on Thursday night dec
the back to work
workei -
udilorq Distox.T
DhicrepmncU s*"
..Mh.
* y induces thai Mm
South Koirjn pi'pl*. whom wo
~nd the Communist* have been
i '.nting from one anoth<>.
; jsl yir have somethlni S0"* * ,he Malilhalm (the
t mo Mma prol.I*mihe lone- "*" hm,'1 which pavtd the
.'... ....i frustration thai ,v '" 5ff"> It ha. not yi-t
New Nazi Army Is
Coming Back
(Bv RUDY WHEMKA)
BONN. AuguH (
AFTER SIX YEARS of !.. -.. tha sur-
vivors of the once powerful Nazi Army are one* again
marching into the limelight.
Wonted Allied officials and a tcpttnl world wondm
vhsrtbei it will dmui tht rovaval of .i on teppbif; Oor-
> mlUtorinL or helpful boost to Weetern defence
ertoils
Ex-Servicemen and soldiers in division strength have
B new Federal Veterans' Organization.
Will li become a new military------------------------------------------------------
Bamboo Is 25
Today
RHEUMATISM
and agonising
BACKACHE
GONE!
homes of *hown whether It will become u
. brought Into th. _, .
I .,-, rUtUD* soldiers. pro-Oovei nment movement sip
Lee is 19 years old and was Prtln< Chancellor Konrad Atk-n-
. 16 whtfl her parents arranged -i f "er rearmament drive, or tun,
;- marriage to a young farmer Kim "lto . MUonalut mihtai ist "i. PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 3.
Ih Yyo Run who i* mn older. *^ve 1.u*,ch the democracy Bamboo. Philadelphia's zoo's
Kim helped hia father pow wne" ,h,rKs he time is ripe. truculent gorilla with an accurate
I-.... on Hie faim by a !.mall Allied officials are pinning their i'lm. reaches his 25th birthday
uver in western Korea. The ""P** n several outspoken anii- Sunday without any indication
elder Kim had 5,000 pyongx of Communist statement* by ex-Gen- that he in .slipping into comfort-
i .ong is about six square eral" who ,ed lne organisation, able middle ai At 25 Bamboo
l.cn the elder KUn dies ., -, ... is the world's oldest know,
thtl land will pass on to his son r.x-!Soldrs Kally u. No other gorilla ever reached
if the son Is not killed in the war Rallying more than 120.000 ex- his age in captivity.
Bral 'Oldiers. the new federatl-m. Wild gorillas are believed lo die
The young people married In lounded In Bonn last Sund.iy. of old ago at 40.
such crack The big ape would be 45 yea:
ICCLI'TS POST
illy :il
I
I''"' ,,f Huddhist fashion despite mis- ""* veterans of
Police relnforecn nOrtOI only about 11 w per cent outfits
Ko tans me Christians and Panzer
reoi
few it on- days.
the Africa Korps, tne In hui
Division. 'Cross Dent- estimate
Mew Provident
Society In D.G.
reckoning /oo officials
There Isn't gn of n
Into bOUM in Chu Si.\ scheland" (Oreiiter Germany) and pa i-ich or middle age spread. He
Ifyon <\huh young Kim built. tx-GenernI Hermann B. R.unckc's weighs a streamlined 435 pound*
It had three rooms, clay walls "Greta Dtv,< paratroopers. fairly ligi.' weight as mature
tUched i.K>f andlike all Korean In Bonn, about 30 German gorillas go.
do housesradiant heating Centrals decided to reorganize Hi_ wplrll, i, __ ,,
". '."<" : . .^ :$** hU exceuem heahn Blg^onLi
nh an tatUnated

<>t one
Mrl
OBI and .
ving room which
Centra ts decided
. their 88.000 member "Pensi< .,
Kitchen. TQe Association" into the "German ,i_ . .-.i.
rbeervation I'osls
ulal
liIso was the Soldiers Federation."
was
lumlsntd
kitchen
eight foot arm spread. Bambo
^-^a^riss ^3 ^svbjsj^s
>f the late Field Marshal E
' easily. Bui ho has kept reason-
.
'From Orir Own Corrt-p
OBOBQCTOWN
Pro\idrni S i
launched h
QuJam Btlf ir 1 rrv Prw '
s.-
to suanr estate worker
Society is launch* I
[ON, July 28.
on the i
always Rummers Afrika Korps fonnud abiy Ipnn ^^ a curofu||y waich-
cltan. The clay stove was another veteran organisation, and , ^iot.
chnmbe
new flo-.i mat, 'It:
. I' I ..!.' '!..
wftt clean, Tht clay l ...
bull, hke a barbecue pit wUh at Brurwick Ramcke's pa.a- ^^ Bnmboo a proached ma.
, 1U radiant heaUog system. troopers held the fourth reunion t,jritv Kn ,|pv#lorJ Tha consists of running a with their old DivUlon Com- SnSiSffnt Ws|^
,;. rovepipe which Kim made of mander just reused from ^rT"7kept sVSor? oTed
,nder the living room llonr. Freneh war crimes prison. ouUidc n, He scored m
nd across tha h.use lo the Ex Army GtneraU. Hans on lndividuals with amazing
! chlmnay on the far tide Th. Fit' !> nd Erich Harre. had cur!U.v llsing ., ^^ h*
*hh Namcke and t
former SS. GeneraU
sibdities of creating a
nded
' und> rann swing while looking In
^*T the other direcdon. He gives a
t band.
union- whp have work I .Inrnney juts out at on nnah
merit with *e i iU top Is half way up tin
with BSRirtonc. ,,. f the house. ""'....."*"-""- "7" ,- btank itore. then suddenly thn-wa
Su.ff,ar '-; ThJ causes smoke to hang Adenauer- Government has close- dArf^ peel into the
und the thatched eaves and fcJoUow^Jho dtvelopmoats. cro^J\^p
make?; these villafes hazy and
worker on a sugar eettM in mj :ri (he N n and are
category wMsrvti
to any of the tivo unloiM ,
pDwei CltlagM* A B.G
Workers* laaajua
roan1! Onion, B.G. and W.I
Suanr Boilers' Union and th(
Clerks' Association
Subscription to the I
.iv <",; per uraalt, si
dues are also el)
making total
DIES AFTER
HATCHtf W0UMDS
ntm O
VIN. July 31
;. r the rl
i | he went Into Boutt K'
Several Cabinet membera .<
The stovepipe under th. living ^^ unemployed.
room floor heats the house thor- Ul #. i
..ughly even in the bitter winters Lonirol
., Korea. %. Th*^ Socialist Opposition Pait<
Only trouble with Kim's new "" that If there is no Dpti j
rJaga house is liiat light aftor eratlc eonUol of lhes*>
, forces they may either be used agdinM
other Labou
icleu
Unions.
become hi*
Mission To Discuss
Arms Agrt^incnt
WASHINGTON. Aug. 3.
fiu.v.n Ambassadm Viadi-
Popovic told United Press
si at the State De-
pt.i
partn
order
irith Dean
I of W cents nial Mos- Of one liberator uf the
entitled to 1.-.. .. ,.,me along and burned it down, nucleus for nationalist lendenne. Achesnn Friday that a Yugosla'
have piid his .,.. So now Lee is living with some in Germany. Allied observers say military mission will arrive here
and diirini: Iho* a i,^i^^ neighboui*. She has iwt heard that there is no immediate danvci Saturd.v to discuss a Yugoslav-
">" h"vc worked on ,, ., [,, Kim since United Nations of the Federations acting in ,f.i United States arms agreement.
Mr 50 d*yi Bcneflta ;. i N s[ held the North Korean way.
nUUjd i Pyn.y3ng In Novem- ^Thc Chalm,a.
J}:, % '.cted for nuudtr. -er, ao he does, not
the Chairman. ex-Admiral He Bid the mission will be
that Gootfred Hansen. is said to have heade .nJ fall
estate each waul I
the birth
*i per wi** n m I
more tha i


{.ufferinK from
l
tad
The
FINED $50 FOR
TOILET PAPER
v.r.
ALEX ELDER DIES
he has not pot a house any more, been one of the "Democratic Con- Depy. Chief ot Staft of the
trait" of the old Wcherms< h' Yugo.ivian Army.
The Afrlka'Korps sent ihe Fil- Foii-.wing hla 30 minute con-
oral President Thodor Neuss a tereme with Acheson, Popovi?
telegram In which it pledged to told porters he received as-
falthfully and loyally support the surance from Secretary that the
HmT-oK-Sl'AlN. July 31 [>cmoci u >. VA. would help in fulfilling
i v 31 Mr. Alex Elder, managing paratrooper Ramcke. hW*ve Yuapslavia's milliary needs.
J. .1 Of OfJieapal Bros, off Lon- made what the Allied offl.lnU The Amlwssador expr,-*scd
for doss, died In osjlind on July *OUi. considered 'strange" demands for pkaauro at tho unproved u.s
1 llel Mr. Gldi-r had boon connected releasing all former German Gen- Yugoalav relations adding the;
ofl rod th the Wet Indies for most of Pnds now held as "so-called war were proving beneficial to both
hi alnat the i Is ii<". At the time of his death
Ay. Mo>ses he was treasurer of the West
1. India Committee in London.
tiiminala" In Allied prisons.
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M NDAT, u (.1 si :,. 1951
si \l>\\ \ll\IK Ml
IMfil I I I \ 1 V
Fifty Years Trade Union Development
III.ill I limit i s
linlusin.ii ReU-
-
' in it mu
generation co." The ti,..,,-
l re coming ratl
1
th* COIH-IUMMI
nil Mr
THAT there have been big
tharine* in the character and to-
nal .statiw of the British trade
>er the past half centurv
It common knowledge. But how
, ssass;.." .
ly uunrM in an article butM '',1 ',, "" ''"" '
04 DO mote than 353,000
If we now jump o\.
In 1900 there were n: i
1.323 registered and unregistered!
"i with a total number-
trade union, with a total number- -mSiiw from lhTn l'"", '* N'""la' As*o.-..,
>hip of juM over two million em- ti hkv- kIIL. -..I io-dav. l-oeul Government Office,
ploy**., more than nine,, pe, S'^^rite W""?^ ~"
. difficult
to t ke stock brietlv but compn-

The (.ninth nt The Unions
but the tad that th. I either bv central body. V| lo the In)
edged ,1 limits to vohmi.Kv naajolli.lnf machm.-> ...r!,j .. for Um
rteiab en ,lf bv statutory wace reguluti. : iheir funds and
,:( Um 'WkI them freely to enter those *" *"" ' '.*.. < haa, it tw. ,1,-cfa.i
Helits of -rnployment which other thin*, increased. bably contribu-
'.inion* were prepared or compel!- Collective) bargaining ha* .-il Baara than anything
-'iore. .'
:".um ,hange has In
The ( hanuini' Character baai UneM by
of Unions '"-'' to national bargaining in i Hipporl of one
Tt.e growing: oig.o Inehi Bui aquantly, aow-
MfOrtuwi ha-, all i ':i|': agmatikOUti reajulala Di \cr. the brea.it>
iracler of the trade ** ,ho ,prms ' growing concern for
union movement. This has taken asBployinant But although in V policies has
building and railway bataari i- helped! cement the I
ihey do so almost caanpMel | and political irlna
the coal-mi un* industry the) Wh.,, i^
... ni- n ratai ,-cUtion-
vv.iKrfl and in Die engineering in-
iil]
cieases but not
place iri various ways, in *om^
cases we can trace the gradual
n*r*hip transformation of professional
lationa into trade unions, as
Use National A-
Obvious,
jrowth
unlMU
their has.
of
oum

bad non-
manual workers' unions to extend
the bull of their organization int..
related fields of emplowm-ni
Thus, we find the Railwav darks'
* on deciding to changi
Indiislrinl And Politic,.1
Aclion
i i unpai lad 'hank'
,^ In U and inlluencp of
"Jr Shears sat iSLErwass
The pi* i. i

organizitiin off tl
workers: probably less than a
quarter of all the manual arorkan
were organiied. Tor black-coated
workers trade unionism had hard-
ly any appeal at all. Th. \
Union of Clerks founded nine
yean previously liad 82 members.
Despite the va of "New
Unionism." the trade union move- 1000 lo l( the number of trade Vrt"in 7m7k ".' ""'' Conjcvn leadina to the il .
ment was still predominantly unionists rose specfacularly from i? divvnily ot union .''* "",''""*'..]' \l"
composed of skUlel workers. 2 to 8 3 millions; then declUieu SlanJ CnSril^SnTS-
>n the building. nieUl. Averse econonuc condition- ,i,?.T';iL^. 1' 'ii \L.
- naarini ad sh.pbu.lding 4.4 muiiona ln i833: then climb- uSSST' "m'mK ,h'' ^Io,e, ,' ,tt ml ,,L-t ,
trades, in coal-mmlng. ..nd m cot- ed continuously to 93 millions bv
ton textiles, accounte.1 for more the end of IMS. To-day about ,'" lSl>B"ng of inter-unior.
than two-thirds of the total num- 1$ P?r cent, of the whole cm- wnfllct Th,s ,lA 1"''n halpad
ber of trade unionists, although pi (excluding do f^H-, 1',"h b\ !'1? s,rpngthen-
the printers and boot and shoe nustic workers) are organized and !"* ". '" "* ana
operatives were also strongly or- tho proportion of trade unionists 5* '" fon"allo ' Jwint I-
W"* manual workers ,s mu,h 'll,-"li; ''!<.
higher. The financial resources T'H '''-' of UW British
of the unions have also been sub- l,;'dc unlon* to mako lvll*h
1933.

....
With the repeal of the itr; Trade
ida Ukuona Act
i
i
i- tbcni-
I
aeurltj o4 Ihata
.tun mambai '
- :
^option l
.
. live
MOt In eiliit. than, the rel;.-
knetltu-
7 the growing importance lo uenal atTanaaenanta than lh ara]
the trade unions of |. ,. : .|. i Th.
ipposed to industrial action. who iik. i ion with I noroJ
Whan the Trades union OOJkgreaa mlgfil do woraa than I
i in the e,il>
twenties tb main idea was thai | ;i,(v 0| QriUsh trade
trade unions to make ., r ;ih o< ;"l :i> u Kina OI r,,t('" aua ,u*
" i Unpooo, uu particular type of " '?rcr* of 0anixfd '
oiRuniuUan ha* orolmblv .. .
A number of loose fed*
of district or national unions had stan'tia'Tv
been formed The Miners Keder- rnainly as a"rult^f reduW e7' '''""i' has probably"ci,n-
M yr-gjtti*^ sJSSKS 1%S^ ssrssAsn
Federation had started life the M"' ^ is always changiir
year before and the Engineering There are still as
and Shipbuilding Trades Federa- lion in 1889. The am
Union Congress had
come an established institution Rponslble for two-thirds of the tf ">',p ' sufficient good
but- la quote Milne-Bailey total membership. The growth of hul B"**1 w111 does not (tourist
was little more than a debating large unions by the organic pro- when one union i* trying to i
society." Its Parliamentary Com- eess of voluntary amalgamation l*18*' its own prefetenca '
nnttee was weak and Ineffective, has been the most signillcant paltlqalBr lyPa of organIzatim
and lived at the time on nn annual trend in structural development upon another.
of about 2.000. It has followed no special pattern, Tbeie is clearly an Intimate n
however. Some, but by no means lalionship between wmk-iV .ml
the
Qanwal Council should
kind of general stag! for
the [
aasad since
f misting the cuu* In lha frorfc-
ers' wages which the post-v;ar
slump had i.iduced. Th.
Constitution of the T.U.C. which
has not been apprceiably altered
;ince 1924. still reflects the prevail-
tha trada union
very
ual Trades 17 large "unions." each "wifh~inorV ^Uona, large or small/someway limited powers of the General
IreaUy be- than 100.000 members, are re- '*n alwayi be found to ocaauuia ,'"ul
hoiks is always changing. Whin ?"wc - ';T ^TiF
many as 700 *"< "l UN ln* conceirn S^X "'1 "
le unfons. but * part of scve,.., ,., -E7""L^J% J
stiM wk?n# L Su 2VJZ XC "ll ut lne craft unions hav be- '"'I'l-.'-r.' organizations on the
emulSw rol Ji i Cnmo mert'd '"to large multi- <">< hand, and tho kind of toe-
1 k ,,? n 1 \\,asloco'' "*bly i"e Amalgamated E Uon on the attwr Bach mflu.
u5.n*^l industries was gmeering Union, have admitted <""' tha other. The growth Of
. ni^ii^r Aent,.mu,ifm.c,'*v lh0 " ^'"^ * pmploy- orderly and orfsnixad ralation
aL h^Si ^ ,CoTH!aVon rd in ***** vonnection with their between the two stdaa of induSV;
Act had been passed m 1896; but trades. Vet there still exist plenty hM been I fairly OOOUl
tya on mute.a upport in
limes of industrial conflict. In fart
iii in tha moral authority
1- i ;:-' 1
about, not twenusc its afBllatad
unions were praparcd
in its bat
I.ad pravlouali *'" lead on then
own account, but becai- (
(leasing participation ol I
Offtunant m economic affairs has
shifted the emphasis from Indus-
trial to political actl* n snd the
representation of the tm
point of view < n .my proposed
ndmmlstralivc action
,u, nV,,il.',^r.r"""i"..**r *;' ""I uaoea. sat mere sun exist plenty s oeen ainy eonnnumi^ ICBijaf|
SLSSS0-!!- S? i0rm ?* o( P"re ' ><> conflinn'g process during th- part hall *'aM "^ * "ndertakm b
Cr '" ^ ** ,helr membership to one locality, century, although it was greatly
pioved. There was nQ minimum ],k.
wage legislation. The fncedoi
1 the London Society of Com- promoted by the special eiieum-
n i..:,',' "' '"Vr" "af"0"- Tho tremendiu. growth U.nc orl.ln<
]Xgfc32jVZJS. E: .TP-. >"- -9-n-l Worker,' -
ut of two vrortd
p were |
; ___ *.( ..in. uviiviki numn wo~o.w.im on thC lntCr-\Vr
.,.. ,r.,,, m;'T"l- III irnion and thr National Union ot jcars. The prca,l of statutory
n.li ffdS)r "r'\S General ami Municipal Worker.. v.:,K.- rOOUliUon .1. .1 I.. 1111 wl.l.h
! .1 '. S. n hJ T nvT ; whlcn together ea5t more than i JLn ''""."' quarter of the votes at the annual supplbnt UM voluntary aystein lull
!.!Uii. .soc"r'' ranmncd on the Trade. Union Congrere, is on., ol ilM mado I im.i.i.Ic contribution.
V^teL^SS^SLl? ''r l""l*'", the peculiar features in British All In all. by the end l 1'Hii
.noee.1 im- Weotis. in wnlme the tr;l(le union history. The reasons '..me 151 million out of apprnxi-
Klii 1I onlHoil at UHBr for their success would make a mately 17| million workers em-
nausiriai i.rmneraey contended fascinating subject for research, ployod 111 llritaln's industries and
lucky Discovery for
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M'MMY ADVOCATE
SIM>\Y Al'Cil'ST V 1*51
SixB.la.Srouls
Camping Here
M '" / < ol VCW WEI /
I ic&orian
Exhibition
\t Museum
Chufeh Will Bp
iJriiietitrtt TotUiy
Oiii* ItVnalVrs Sit* :
/ ilm t.'ritii i'lii

S!X scnits ol the Firit George-
!"n Stt Scouts Group* under
PJ. Govoia arrived in tfie island
on Saturday, 28ih Jul>. i>. ft.<
schnonei l.urillr ^mrfti
School. Rorbupfc t'--ci. They

\'. i ii' nl I I
p a/Me

"p.L. ww.rd oh.j i-._ s-.-Tsr'SJJrr. '
lit Cla*t. Oarsman. H
Swi
J'l V Gome* Badge-- '<" -1
Claw, Ambulance. Oarsman. cenlenar> telebfatt
Master Swimmer "h
Second V. Menere* Barigt- i
lit Claw. Ambulance, Oai-imnn.
Master Swimmer.
Seoul Carl Lam; H
Claw. Scout C*rd. Ambulance.
Seoul M Brandt Badge 2i.t
ChfcaB.
Scout H Watt- Badxe Ten-
dorfooi.
They will be returning to
RritUh Guiana on the Lucille
.Smith when *h<- leavt-
AateOfgOff.
": J?M}Jr,\n inUc'\
1 '", i'. TV'!-
UH recent fin K
:he It.V M'

orTOBJK .-i
IMUl that -;
I
bcrs die- ' "*"" **!! *** " revlewa arc |
Soma of th.m """"' "P. "' a !* i""r#t.' ":
personal opinion Had I keen
.. with tne :.;,: .,,-. but a faith- aware that the mm had * B
cf the 1851 I,, to Ptay that such-n out.Undm* iucci m 1,,
...
i Bank Hall.


1B391MI during which Queen ,',; j
Victurin reigned. Thr i Jfoad Church
Ing i
A meeting ot t>he Itlai
Council was held at '
Council. -WaKetlcld". V
Road, on Moml.iv nicht lust,
when H. F.. the
Chief Scout. pt>
The Agenda waa dlvMed h
two part*Part l
business and Part II I
talnment
Under Part I
centered arnund the neport
Indian J.imboree O
rnlttee. nnd many valuhle
were made.
Under Part II an intrrc
* -review of his Scouting I
was given by Mr Aubn
M A Resident Ti tor,

-I of the Weal
Indies, and n sftori iil.>
box office both in England _
the United States, and haa h .a

At the Mueum theiv aril) .' nould moat certainly have mei-
of the IH5I evhiKltl'rti. > :. giving at tM
a nailery o( v.- i- own reacttoni
-. I! I had heard
china, hook, about nor read any re1;.
Mw-tume oBDer- The faithful band havi l.fn mm I had een no advertising
iuM^fSe worshipping In a cottage aa atot to lh<
, ill now movl I
sssss
i* a dlning-table with covers laid
'i mx Ml the largvrt
TCHK im
A fl... or I,.. ,
bodird vfea afl I hear aal
pMVnl ibr adu
T*. A.,,.,. A .1 blltm |,Ji. .'
fin c ki ast IM
TOXiriVIXE
the Uuaaun
The exhibition la In ..id of uv
Collections 1 md which
waa reeri.t I tha .ugRes-
Uon ol Mi Ronald Tn a, who made
.i Mnaroui contribution to '
hind Tha objoi l of tha I
purchaae exhibit- >
artistic nv '
one who had aeen it Theretot
Paitlor Archibald III.- rej tion waa completely ui
I outatda iiitluen
t..i Evan tha review
Itching, Burning and Smarting ol
Ecze
Stopped In
23 Minutes
Of..* th. I -n,,rT M V
r>lrfen ,i .
i very
.' they will have
?hvirch in the eommunit;
lure.
Col. Campbell
Back Home
i
t.,, be- ic'civr tortntghtly fl
-trout Mo! Association of
in the Amortoa by which contrail .n
avar)
shown in the United
absolutely no mention <
i "pillar lilm
fad that I aa no hint that it was a fuiiiion il
Sin .di i ran I
not Know it Wgg suppoM one Peril
CAMPB1 I : fl, !
ltd M i i '.,.,-
back in LJai Blm, I en ilbta >i
. ",f. bado, alter apenri.i.g 5.x months' po*ibilit.v of som, bumoui I
. I reaUaaUon
' have to he hlre Troop. W W ,h'' tielnta.
ii'ici that i
bv
West of tho Kv l.'t vas tlon5 in England arc still rather ' gVtOttymOTO Wtrer'
y_l!Sn'TE?-.S: wS..- Ing and I i mo, i ,.s iHirefi
poacd
ban l
Ihe till-l.ard in the theatre, aftci
n rovle
aople i
to thee
.it Group
PrepariiiK For Camp?
Con'iniimB oui aeriea of ido.-:
from "Camping Standards", w
re yai t*ii* week7 Par I
-toon a* arrange,- i
lite have boon roado.
r nay thore renff
mission received from the
j, Irttei ihouM i- aei _.
need to bt kopi i
is a barn
;. and U.
The moat am .
ti.....dga>ahapad Und; if Bi
obtained any hind The Election!! are likely to Uke
.if waOthOt COD bo faoad l t> place during the autumn and the
working out ad general opinion { lhal than will
allow 2 feet |. ment.
Scout; in addition there \m|] bo "Everyone in Europo is working
"" hard and the people are verj
along with
spirits.
Alhol House.
Collvmnre Rock.
August 4th, 1SS1
some oihi i klndfft
a b
the rnmp. fl
should include the following
information:
Place*, dates, list of equipment (|
needed, cost.
happy and proaparoua*' he sai(
Aaked aboul the l< '
ia |
ii.iiilc for wot d ,!'' "", "PP^r as if they wot
LUMBER BLOCKS
WATERFRONT
A Ian
Of
The letter to parent- >hnuM nls >
foi hi to ba BH< i
Uftng Ihot 'he ben I
health, nnd space provided r
adding an> necla] fl
parent thinks the
know. A 11 N l ii to the
poraot eonoarnod M bo L
csneeinlly where :. S.....I i, I '
i . imp before All eultlej can then !- egpbj
eonnderw-e p;iined.
B. Ajaeniblinu l.var. Four
lota of gear nirn t>
of
i. Qeneral i
cooking gear. tU
II, So
in Scouter*) goai
h Si outing
Cliitkinn Hata
ie givci lartoi on;

tent in which all the tun
iiv emblr.

' v.l tha upper wharf, opposite tl.i
1 Fountain Gardona. Then- if u
I UPa -.pot for more lum-
(-i and lighters were unloailbu:
tha ('h.imbcrlain Bridge
daj
I >'i thi dthoi ude of the BrHge
luDourers wc.-e loading lighlgi
QaoMa ' wlta tugar for a steamship In
iiiTiisnun which i porl i i urroundod llv
Pffoaefa smith to pur-
*'.' biounht the wooo.
iMnii-ttm in i"" " ova rhore art I ''heie ware only three ships u
bo.Lt->, two Harrl op Uwi rarlWa Baj and tha watextrelH
on the whole, duiing this week
"Golfilo" Arrives
1*0 tho
Seoul pi. ll iii plt<
striking He lonl
in., to take care of

making U|
p.tkiiig th- ii kit
how to eli' .
Pne list o| and the (.oKiU.
rh Qolflto brought i
: n tha from Bngtand while thi iirrdsrinu
ol
I u ) h last week.
aisenihluiK Ol ti'ie gOOT to the
moment j start collecUngLit durln,
(ho Wlftoi months
camp In addltl m io lonl
Ih- thought (<(tv .itl,.A..
all nooeagory (fe.ir is awmblod
well in i. i camping
i carefully it n
...in all] tha I1 L houW i
Invontoi \ and aaa ii aru i .
Mr .
i articular ettent
:!on'' leave ttio cnikfnk' l<'* ftiinnr
IP
LiTorpooI
i. h
tigji during eti .
Tii" iikiM wo
U
f the


caifo,
AUo arrtvuuj ye torday morn ing
was the intorcolonlal motn i< i
T-B. Radar which I I
d wit '.i i.
other, i .n go
Phe t.llit.( ! In
Mi i wllkinaon A- Haynoa, lha i
llrrtlxaaan tf. MOHra, Da Coata A while
ind the t.ii. K*dtr to the
Schooner Owners' A---*" I
Talent Show Winners
FIRST PRIZE at the Local
Talent Show at the tiiobe Theatre
night wai ^warded to
Hubert Clarko, :i no* diaeovory
who lang ihe claiilral mimber
Thai rfOdaa "
Carl (lest, who Mng He Kt
rvo" receive*! the aaeond prl/e
conaolotlon u b
Ninnifi luce with
Rood For Lo*f."
In The
gO A_ J WniLHlVl ain.^______
l*TlI DlNa C0M,0,r
I
Not gOMip. not rumour, bat TACT. Juv look at this tm of
foaturei UKra-modem styling, big-car rix^niincu, Optioinr
wiodioren and rear wiadow, LovkhocJ hvdraul^ braie*.
*vnchromatic finger-lip gear change . and nuny other
looocro refinementt Never bciore has there been w much
io a car to tali about.
The Ne
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(crlar and * > i >a to** your
trimta. Cl.r year .tin thU new ^l^n-
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I fight, nrnl hit!, ih* micro*** or oara-
I >ua orua naponaiM" lor akm iwr-
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Tuartlna la 7 lo in mlt.utr. and ..-.I.
iMi'i ooth.. tlir .km 3. It h-t|>- mi'"
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ninuto, lhi-n alitrta t.> wi- i i
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matting tt ltf>r. Whiter ami fimQj '
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help you Win friend* NKo.Unti baa
VUCfit Clrr, h-iltBur .Kin. (O
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write*. I iiunvr.l from t-nltlT lt<;ii-
Inf. turelna; and .fiariina Kciefrm ior
111 y.ara. Tried ev.ryit.laa. At laai I
ti-afi of Nil- rl-rm. II ' i>jm \ the Inn-
ing In 10 mini1. 1 could ,-ee my .km
ekarin* up en ine -oiil day. Ail ihe
rd dinguilri: < ' "- and asaiy akm
greaae* irea" la " '
.mal.d t Ihe ImpTO
' frlerd-w.f
SalUfactioi. Gunr
awlooal
M*i* aatlal o/ertn fro i
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:
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THE CENTRAL EMPORIIM
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SUNDAY \DV1K ATI"
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HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
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IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi' customers for Monday to Wednesday only
I mi,ili Now
Pkgs. Swee! Biscuits 48 40 Bottler Guavc Jelly
Tins Bird's Custard Powder 45 Pkgs. Macaroni
Tins Morton's Fresh Herrings 36 2 Pkg:.. Lux Flakes
D. V- SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
Um.II) 42 NOW M
33 30
26 20
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APPLIANCES
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9-lh WASIIi'i; MAt MINKS tvllll IM'MI'A \VKIN<;M(
THE I \Mi S Kin UK.II SPEED I PINT KETTLES
GENERAL ELECTRICV.S.A.
Al'TOM \'''( BUDOBT ikons
rm mii it ii.u run
PYLON PINT KETTLES ( IIHOMI AMI ALUMINUM
TURNOVER TOASTERS, 2 SI II I
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Al TOM ITTC IKONS
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ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE LTD.
Twccdside Road St. Michael
Phonr 4629 1371
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BEDSIDE
TABLE LAMPS
with and without Clocks
i
CMM ami si 'nir Selection
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114)1 I 1
Boilam Lam and B"daa Aonntli < lui,
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I Rota Wad fa <,, Swiln rlaad
\ Royal Crawa Darbj Porealabi o Ltd England
| Crown StaaTardsbiro China Ca Lid Englaad
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in Tun Imii'Iy SImMms
"Cotton Candy" "Star Bright"
bmutr to you*
Nails as CM n Tlw K Tl 1B& BULL! W* I Kb GUm-
Mirtojc LwtthCUTKC"
Th* UwM'< iimt pmuhr N..U Ml*.
Hooker's b d0S Drug Stores Ltd.
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FOURTEEN
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CLASSIFIED ADS.
TILIPMOHl ISOg
Tha chare- lor
Birth. Marriage. Dealr- A (l
.
M on Week-d>. -'"1 II
lor i.nibcr ol void* up to M.
S Nnu pr wort on wesk-dayi
4 vmli per word on Sunday! lot i
tfml word
FOR SALE
M
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additional *ord T.*nn c
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AU'TOMOTIVI
A I C .iid'iii-i
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... Apply CViwral Kngine
U3I ... B..fc.
ft a ai i
GOVERNMENT NOTICE.
HI KM Inn l |( I M 1 -
u-

t the Public
liceiui f*c is ten ahillinga.
5 u Ula.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
ri m 11 SAILS
,-' INM line tin M"-J".i.
CAB n-nliin fii>f" Saloon Car,
H I.Und
-cen at Redman Taylor*
Kr.AI. ESTATE
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300b tnllra
UN, SIS tW
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31 1 SI -
verandah,
rrn dew go
LOW A comparatively now
li.iHlrin bun(Ml. 1. llii.unl Bl K.r C.biii
on and aw a, I rum in* main 10-d. 1
bedroom* *nn m'irih| water In aocn
tlas in.1-11. o Pot Mi"-;
cuniint w Walla Ml uodftxi.i. 1 1.1
I'h-nv 2Stil or HmM 40*8.
l.7*l-T.r.W
ANNOVM'KMENTft
abte Irom Continent Thnei> interested
plena* nxiunumoi' with Courts*) <"-
jaw White Par* H....1I. IK.I Ulft
ft lll-tn
0 Sporti IPtO. T D Model.
1.relict running condition--nd ho* It 1
1 an tun' Two-aeotcr; Independent Iron! ,
wheel nuapcnaton alvaa tjen.ct rUa -it
M Kia.id No 1
r.-.noable uflei ni-a Ptia*>e aSM
1 R 11 I.I a .
. BIT* Rlluali
tl liontage
i.le. alsu Modern Ho-n-
ipot of I .and. Bultallle
.pply lu 11 A Htuuka
, Hi
Ait'! lion ft Drug sad Patent
and Propi jfftj.
"l in thr Official Gazrtt, f M01. lay. 01 h Auicust 195],
2. Under this Order the n
Tablets", "Hydrogen Peroxide (McCleans)" -rtn "Krusrhen Salts'
-re U fxllowt:
PheiisiL Tablets
Hydrofen Peroxide
(McC lean*)
Kruarhen Salts
S .. I I M
I Large
, 4-oz bottle
!8-o7. bottle
1 Small sized bottle
1 Large
MAXIMUM RETAIL
PRICE
35c.
0(k.
30c.
49c.
4th August, IBS!
SHIPPING NOTICES
AUCTION SALE
The Sale of Mr. Ml
Fun tun and
all) take
place at "Whitehall". Cod-
rmgton Hill, St Michael, on
TlKSOAY 14 h August.
AITTKiNEERS
lottaa M. I*!-.-*'
fr <.
A.F S /.V.A .
Phone 464
PLANTATIONS BriLDlNG
MAir
.
Illfh Ri.
n. 1-nnU. Khort'
CAKa I it Rabinn only I .
i.noo mili- in cvllvnl condition
F.-rd ItU Prafati v< food condition | '
nut iraaonal.lv priced
11 llrt KUd
rl lam, ai 1
roid mi V s bina I'kp
Crj 1.. itfji it- 1 ChMpIV Prfcrrt.-
aj oanta* LM
iti-HiNnts i>KKMni a hcaiuisnce
I T d..r Ri fel Maavi. Mai.
>H.til ftMl Daplh aOout Bo it Wall
(Ml M * in mi
-
I'Kk-'j? Morn. I In S"-1
&PKM 1AWTA M.JIIA-*yai-al *-!
in Caribbean Ra'ci Irom V pr HMd
pr da* GRAND HOTEL-in n !!
dTituU d:iUKt lUkMt Oovarnmcii B*
m IbtM from WOO * hapd pat day
SKAS1DT. IVN-On (iiand Anas BalMni
llMch Itatoi ftem MOP wr h'ad pat
Oa tn.ilrl* loD M Sllnacr. Grenada
aS*lIPn
PERSOiVAI.
Tic p-.iMlr arc herein warned aaln'
B-Vlnc credit Id I Wlft l-id AufUMw
Jonljn .nee tJnflllh . I H<> not hol.l
Tnyaell wai^.n.lba. lor he. or an>on.
1 la* conuactinn an> datot or druia 111 ml
i.aane unlm> by a rrRMa "ider >sncu
by he mo
BENJAMIN JORDAN
Da BMW Rnnd.
si Mb mm
ft tout*'* Drug feu
lA-iii Garage.
M"iTOH CVi .4
S '>d londlli'H
PBtr V M
1 or MaiUt.il t.
Rot bock atraol.
n. Phons Mf al
31 b si U a
Ona a A ]> H "
Apply tv.lnay Mar
lack Rock
KLKCTR1CAL
a J>lck-l*p lined Into
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HELP
A1I>B>iliah Lad, reojirei
-nt r.iddl-aed (l.ietai Maid.
! lain eookuui Only tm--
ib- rafarenc" roi^idcr-o Phi
MISCrl.l.AP^KOUS
Apply t) M Ainipann
MOV II VltM PHOJETTOK *
10 m n. Mo* 1* l-llm Ptojector '
1 irtirat Phone ftSMI 3 I
P1AY "EN i
-iWi wpa and c
Playpen- P.O.

WILL BUV Old China. Paporv>nahl>
Jade. Dumanat Silvar. rumil.ire
Pslntifut*. *nuB Roxai. Perluma RolUc-
nrwteiai'. Brooel.e.. Hin.. ric Am
Uilns Rare or Curioun GOBBINOP-S
TM* Antique Shop Dial ttis
ft I 91 in
FOR III VI
HinlmHm chars*
M retili Sh"d nordf 1 rnlt 11 u- n BOUSES
uT.ACIIVII.1
IMS Vlllase. St. Janet, with
room and all conn-nirncev c.
qillel Apply Mr I. Cumber'
Rl'NOAlJi* N."
0.1 tons Imto on
l.lla. from lOWhl
...ade'T. convenlen.
M Dial mti.
Iimonu A very lars
n. Mw - divided
ilabli
p.wt|iy
lleod 1
Kitchen an
sr.i.i'Ui
II SI -1-
Ct-lFToN TTHBAXT. T..
t.nani .uini-led Houae. U|
OopoUle V-.IM Bl I
r 4d-n, ..
HOl>f M 1., nd. 8 -.-
tea SI d
in the kia Al>T to T
Heodia) u. kn- "' - 1 1.rt.lv.r 4
HOCoif: J-badrooen Modern Hou
,.. iiencei Situated Top Kork
Avallabla fumlahed or unlurniahd a
k-n* leate Aopl Ralph Board. Low.
Bay Slroat Phone oSas > > !-
>FPICE CM AIMS j.t ,.
m "' << Omce Poature Chair* with
reo point adjuatmant. See them tcdaj
T Ueddeo Grant Ltd.. or 1Mb! M4J
as SItin
LIVESTOCK
KA< I
TAia AKITA 1.
aK>L ."ill Ns
DHK.I.I.A l>v Kaiilorri
Ihree ..Iher l.,-li ill
KkM | ii..lr Mrtot. P.^t-wl-apain
a H.-ln
ir-old Chan
gfaj
MISCELLANEOUS
ANTI^CUH
Ola*.. China
Id Jawal
Early I
Autographa tc.. at Gori
inup, adiolnlnd Royal Va
1 dtacnptio'i
. Rna Hllvci
DafekT, Map.
ngea Antiqm
:ht Club,
a u R,--t f n
IIAIIVS l-PIAM In
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. m l-l. a. U.1 51 .-
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p)
lh a Lorga
p. Whu. 1 la*. Ne
1 .. .
DM UiH' anal KiKKni wltl.
BHUI Downstairs l^nps Hn*i"H nUoui.
. UpoMIrs,

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Bin Made up kraUanec. Gal>an>" 11.-.1-
TlnouKhout No Toaafaahtl C M.
Nvorly anv Kind of Prupoiiy am
Dial 3111
U. HI. IUII'(i
I M In
I *SH NEAR aO<.KI.KV t.l.l 1 ClI ft
' i.uildlna nte (or .ale. pood
residential SSeMon. adjoining
ol OoM Club, mudaiat* pr--e For do-
il.adon
ft a II-tin
l-INIi I1.ISI aq It ol Land. Bar
arrea.Rd. oppoiite StrathcKde Hi*
Mi or 4M>| 1 a Bl3*
l.\SU Al si : \V\I.I M I.
(01 buildup in.-.. For part..'itat appl)
K. K ll.nle. t>l*pl,oite SIJI or Mil
Kill-tl*.
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en Ch
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
H1INOI pavan AM-tr.RI^M
M HIHt l[,i Jl, ISM.
*. Aa.AMIMNON 2nd AimuM ISM.
s. COTIM loth Augud l*il
-Mi tM. r rl.YMUITU ANII
AMhTtRUAK
Ma oli\\ir*T*l> alh Annul ISS1
\lll\(. in iHIMI'in mi \\l \Hlliu
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w ^ nnvtiiii isai
M BOABtSMHOM ih Aufu.t 1WI.
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n.Ai \u
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s i- HUtSOM, BX>N a CO ill).
al V "C-rlbtiee" Will
Carpo and 3*asssasrs
Nevla and SI KHU Kail
Friday IPth
The ^1 v Itsnotur -in
ipt Cargo and P--
\|"i -i-rr.l
pvH and Si Km. mii

IXnrrWfHMl" will I
ent .nrso -nd I'--
Ors ii... 1 1

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I.W.I HOONER OWNERS'
ARFOC1ATION (Inc..
ConuiUnee Tele M1
Canadian National Steamships
tot laaotim
I^DY HODNKV
CAN r-ONaTRfr-Tor
LADY NtLtoN
CAM l liLISEK
CAN i.AIIJENaBR
LADY KODNKY
I AM < OHeTTRUCTOR
I M.Y MLSON
BJffPM 1all
fta.aaS.. Balkaaa.
Aus
,0 j I Aur A>t 13 Aus I* An
A, u II Aiaj * n At
SB Aus M Am S3 Aul. 1 Bopt b*|
2B A< 1 Sept i fspt II an
an sept
10 IK'
11 .-pt
33 e,,i
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BoM
1 Sapt
... ISM
34 Sept 3 Ort OCI
l*Od II Oct.
IS Ocl 14 Oct M Oct
FOR SMI
1 .
Sites, sue I343S aa It.tat let. ait..
I., the OOrUl eoal of RrHtona hill r.
yotr Price 18 cents per foot Electric
Dm
HEAL ESTATE ON EASY
TERMS
ONE kl |l Chattel hit.in- with she
aaaaaa. Dep...n asnanj)
t MalvDgaiK Lan
1. '! Or- IIFMOOI.
BINE, the InriH- |r Rknlii
i*. "ii tired m.d oiei'wnrkcd peraoni: T
n bolllf todav. alau tve 11 i., %..
children. It Is plrassnt to take ami wii
rattan their viuiity IM the
ork A fresh *tippl>
DtUUUta. 1 SI 3
Ilia new term r
' ......I MaA
Al (THIN
I'NOER THE DiAMOM)
II VMMEIt
.
uc t ion oh Tueadn> I tin AuuM. n-'i
II 1 Wa<.-r-h,...i ndp ire nn >
Motor I -ii suibi
JOHNgON '
rrom a tin
ill Floor*, r.
PASTE WAX *.i,.inii
nillura and Ivathrr
loki & roinvit
lOHNRON'fl CARNV
leaner To be 1.-.-1 11
h i-i Air.
one pair .
* mi asrrlBon s-iv.
le.ed on i.f ruins ..,11
Ii IMNM>N s
; 1111 and li>'
Hlaflord Hoi
PWatTRATINO
Ii iMNs-iN S I.IQtllll
lean, and )>ullihe* jour

J.ill'.Sn-. s
rltlapul nibbmr
COAT Sunalnu
(it Fl.xirs Elimm
t II SI .1
JOIINISON-a Cream Was. Sunshine a
ou clean Bapeciallv far furniture I.
N u rnaalMs. it i> Wm
.
OHNS
iN- WAX pmiiitn-i
ii Lcodu .
'- Di.lnlHil.M. K
IM IM II KOTII IS
Ten cenla per nnu Una on u-erk-dov
snd II ceaia per apale llao on Soodopl
"iHil'nim chorDe II SO on weeK-dSb
md SIM <>n iuinh.i.
NOTICE
ItlEK POUCHES A vailely
as and suaa All weld.d How
i H I F IJiK..j.d. Swan HorO.
i SIreel Good for N.
xi-ci >t..le Factor 1
RIP1XY-ON SEA M.
lurnltliad. 1 bed.
Phone, lot Septen
oe ptai am
wen oaaat, in
... redIpsrator an>
.tnd irom Wavsssbi
4 SI--1-
aUNIFT vu.v lad ..t sVaSkasl
F.KKlah-d With 3 lie^rwm* dining| am
.,. and -II other co-.vei.icn.e'
Oervanl morn and niim* " >', '_
1 ita_____________t ' '
MAPLE MANOR
01'KIT OlSl
OPPOSITE HAST1NQS ROCKS
al SMi. L urn 'iM tansavrsss
t
ln-da)'s (i. A. Song
"I m .tiit In be happy
"hut I enn't bo happy
. till I have a Gas Cooker
too!
.. Hubby take note!
TO-DAVS NEWS HASH
Outstanding I--ok. n D 1 irnda
< Mount Ul 1 tat 111 Full ol
-..Ibbean
1-1 and- 1*/-
IBLANDS IN TSI HI S Similar
re Book full of rich
.......1-Vo
I PTATIONXKT
i'.tir aisw in PlaeUc Honey
> cor wUdshMtds.
VabreakaLl.
JOIIStu\ HAKDRABjl
.a-r- ul |.li
...IM
laorden. chansc of I'le. Ba*> '" U'c-
jndvwn and rinanated curtdltinn ami
here tlandular j.lhrnn uh pSysl
nd inlelleclual ..cllclt-n.j HUMl TA1I
OlDs iH' preacrihed for Maloa. in
MAN
1001) ami urod iiMT.iiiki-ci nunlaH)
. rOBUlla uBiante*.!
lobnurle.. rilAttUCS MOl'X PnMMM
mtalnalilr al leailma llntasi.l-
I
NOTICE
s<
aiidten.e
Luksi
m tb.
the 81
DU ]
MM*
Lnki'a BoyS' Bcnool
E 337 dico Thr Pin
" corapntoupn i nas
: 1 lied
HARNIIV li \ \roM.\N
ihiiuisi. ron
P.....kaM
Socretary
LONIHIN IIIAMflFR OF
COMMERCE EXAMINATION"
aNTHirs for ii- Awtwaui lumim.
1. ll. ol the London Chamber
MiKiaaotNU
I^VDY RODNEY
LAUV N1IJSON
aih ii(ii,sr\
. v111(
77 Hept
n on
llfai Manlraal
1 Imi u am
1 Repi a o.-t
I Oct I Nomv
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.Agents.
I IM < \l H\ \]
OURIOOI M no.n
inTsam i a\AwiN*inis ssaill
TUB (Lillowlns cai-iid-i.-. poaaed
nlrance ui.ilnati.n
1 Frida'

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leplei
llaile) t.
,
uilMHi. Clioiax II
|."H". Hal V
'IjiuhIi, Jam
Mi.ro.. Ilhnn
..I Erra
.17. Wnilehead. t;. I
I '
0 C MH.LAIl.
A1.F.XANIIRA SCHOOL
SppifhUldun. nsrbados. B.U.I.
The Govrrnora of Aleiandrp Scii.-i
nvilo APPI.K a (IONK tor Iric pmt o
IrAIIMI-TRF-H. The ur ltrn.1i
I- req
io.jndi. Srhool
ichoal tviin im suii
. lucparal..: D>
tlM
1-1 JanuBO, IMI
a day Baoundai.
on the roll mil I
I tURdd Thcle k
ment and a Mam
.1 Bducotuin will In* lakm Iron ISSI
tine i. a Ulrl Guide C.nipnny siu.h,.
0 ih achool.
The llnid.i i.*ip.v wh.> ahnuld pntui
1 a Rriiuh Unlvt 1
'earner'* Dlpkuuii or Certihoi. ml 1

tttKHIn The aalary offer.,I pj 61
iau.tad a. rent tor the partially nil
irihea nraldenre In Ihe ichool Sroind.
ptavidad <'> dm ism ..1 tt
admutrcaa Tlie Headmiatroaa H m
1 Civil Hen .111. but apevfca "
Wider the Tea- liei Psnaton Acl N
-ntnbiiiiina mr pa>al.l.v Hut Ihe mm
D ,*ear. Sei
ice al Aknnndia achoul W 1
niaUrytna undr the l.nall.li Tr her
Alan Aci
I MM 1 >
eedliiB CM. will be nnld alalm
1 :'. i.... MCI A
RALPH A. BEARD
REAL ESTATE
AGENT
FOR SALE
Hence. About half an acre nt
H planted wtB
ni ,1 -.11
oen Barbadian -lyled houx
inn the city UniiU. Thli hou
1 alrcad) been divided up Int-
ir flat* and has o*ar two asrei
land (tirroundina I
th-
Ui
nparty in
ow pylna
iii-lnd -uli
Applicant! BhouM forwai.l 1
'IvmiI the li.iit.uii.* pai'.nl
' Data and place wt Mrtl
Schoola an :
OesfM. Bi.ms sataMcti
obtained
1 1 ... 1 .
1 : !
ill anyi
7 Participation In oul of-.la artivt-
Gamrn record
if anyi
l Med-.l CerUSoote .4 Htnaaa
II Copies ol throe recent U I
II The namei and addna at two
rrlerre.
Tha .Lit-meHi tMelner with Cartlftcot.
n.i'i, 1 1.1 i_ .,i.
'' "' BppM.
Iivtna In Ilia t'ntted Kim
M_.houM >ond their application! I,
India C
rtulk !
Imi
1... .1. ,
ion
jM sand then m
I Aleiandra S.h<-.!
naibodo..
W I, kg Jim ombii, ipm
f O&W* X^dJ-VCeV-.-V-^C'^, ,-,'
CHIROPRACTIC
a...... 5
irrocta dlacaari
ea n..H.. throat, lun.. atomaeh --
and .. ala.i heart ..'hea Kne* O
I foot tmublaa Dr* Ppiielra fi
ifovilh, I'Df., Bay Street ^
a. laiilenad.-. D,., Mai ,y V
'.*.<.e.e.e.e^.e.ee.e.^e.e.e1e,^<.,,,,,>
re bedroon home on .Ma-
Coaal *nh rlahi of way to
11 Sepaiale Saraae Stand-
11 a quarter of an acre of
ThM w van ..... t Hi
I Bl XI WO
mtb castaitrutted ilti"- h-'d
.- T..p Roeh with
nil. tiled bathmnma and a
and* a maanlilcont vktw of
.- 'ind.n* c.....brys da 11. -i
1 1 UM
landini In "all M
own private BBS
t Jame. Ctoaal Three M
erty aa the arlvai
phice xs.atn
Ultra modern lame reairtrnce
on Ma.wrll Ctrtial with t
four be"rik>ma each with pn.ete
bath Very lane drawina room.
breakra.t HMM, dellahlful kitchen
..Ml
...II.
ALSO
M,0M square I. .
able bulldlna land ab-nit l
M, (ld.l.nn Thla
BCMaSrt] BwaaTfl BSM pi "*e moat
pectatul.ir Hew In Baibadoa
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tell ha.
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REAL ESTATE
JOHN
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BLADON
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RALPH A. BEARD
F.V.A.
REAL ESTATE AGENT
and
AUCTIONEER
ll*r,l*.id Alley.
'I'hone 4S83.
I iwl.iiifi it,1 a Unnil I'-1 nil
ul Hum?
Then Try--------
TAYLOR'S SPICIAl BLENDED IIIM
(Wilh The DUliiuiivc Flnvcmrl
. lh.- Rlpnil You will enjo>.
SIP IT TO ENJOY IT
joh.x n. 7-.1if.OM t\ swvs in
MIMIIMIIItl I .11.-den Bd
I'm Suii or LmmI IIandM>n>e
a torey none proptrtv willi
...f and pine fl.airlna
Contain- 1 reception, dinlns room.
5 bodn>om>, 3 bath* ami WHet*
I Mt reiu-iellrd WPlBth
Ground, ol about IS.OOD aq It
v .,....* 1. ,-. 1 .- ipkaa -
Doctoi reaMrnco or OurO
Houas
ail HHiiMi" Marine flarnena.
-A Bolldly conairucted 1 tony
-tori., huuae with wallaba ahlnsle
roof and plnr AtK-rlna. well placed
- .lie I'lea.ant lawn.
flower ,-di. kllchin aaiden and
larsr yam Armmnr.Uti.in eem-
Ertsaa 1 lounge., dlnins room,
reakfa.- raOBt. U'ae kilchen. I
versndan*. liedroniK. I batha
and toibrU. 3 saraset and aer-
irajba*' q -ble lor
convrnton into flat- or boardinc
houae
Nil I (PI Il.lh.heha -
Siit-ilanllaili built modem itono
bwnaalaw on the bmw of Ihe
.l.ff- allordina line view of Ihl*
Wild and r.*W> coo.t line There
are 3 Bood bedroom.. In ma room.
I-Hled Ballery. kltrhen orvtnl.
Quartan and saiaM Ewetrlelty
and watae or* Mid on. Land is
over I acre* and there are about
10 coconut tree. IntereallnB
proposition at tow flsure a-ked
1 t- tBLANt'A Matwelia
A beautiful property en-
aMsat pre-war work-
runninp wnli a retepuon. 4 bed-
inanihip Hell declared for eaay
oonia. verandah, kitchen, pintrv
suraae. m. rv-.m. etc. Tha land
I I acre, with flower and
productive or-
body)
(.actable aardem
FOR SALE
''AKTRIES ST LUCIA
.........' .ae.t^
:,l p..-.II,in. Appro
acra bounded b. ihrao na
ads and Caiina. Bum Par
lars on appbcstion
'tandlns In ipnmi IS Pcrea
planted with fruit trees 3 large
...iiiion. t l>edioueiM. 1 n...
kiuhan. 3 bauirooma etc Central.
ly locaie.1 and uliable for en-
venlon Into Raia or boardma
housa
ttHIIFHAI.L FLATav Cod-
rimilon HHI. SI MH-hael A Hue
old country manalon recently
converted Into four apaclou Km-
ury flat* Rltad with all modern
. MS There are appro*
laid out with lawna nbrubher-
les and garden!, the ion. drive-
way approach I. flanked by ma-
tured mahogany tree. Good
property especially
owner
Only 3', mile, from town
mm ktanu not ss Bui.
tons Craaa Boad A distinctive
and wall built two rrtoray stons
house net In well maintained
ground. Thr Bardena are matur-
ed and there ta complete privacy
from tha loadway and adloinlna
propasty There Is a covered
entrance porch for car., wide airy
verandah., large lounge with a
, ,),. 1 .ia.i-.iv making an at
tractive feature, dining r.-.m. 4
good ligfuums, kilchen, butlers
PBTltry, -torcruoma and uaual
1. MaUa HMM M a Mia*
laiagc. apreatJt'fl quarter-, etc
An edremaly mlereatina snd
properly
SL
iitii.iiia* hoi 1
Jame* An Ealate Houae built ol
Ptth pine num. and -htngle
..-.I 3 reception. B bodrootna,
v.-randan* ate alen sara|e and
u.ual outbi.ilding. The houae
.land, on appiox 4 acre, ol well
. 1 Umd lniaJaoa-nl a*
1 bj a long driveway
flanked wllh clowly planted ma-
hoganv tree. The nut- land ill*
, of Holder'.' U the
ear, i,,,eU ..ie which ha. the
advantage of bcmB Well elevated
and cool, wllh fine view* all
round Coail la le than a mile
awa> and town I miles
covr -trsisn iiot'ai". at
J.mie- A 'i MOfW) hoiaw Oh coaat
*'ili Bdd around! and internal-
Tin re 1. r.crl
lenl bathlna from a eluded and
pnvale sand) .->se
IHSItl Pro.pect. 81.
JpabM large | .lorey stone
houae ul Bound comlructpMi to-
taled on ovar S an acre of Rood
CtaSSl land with IA0 feet of SM
Itontacr Plot cla-a -andv beach
and calm aefe bathing The hnuaa
h.i. t large living room.. 4 bed-
on the upper Rnnr With
initial acconj modal ion below on
Ihe ground floor. In our opiiuuri
Ihi. property would ho eminently
.It..,:
and ,
asut
ba -oki
s-Tned buio on ihT Vual;
bieasn *-P--* t'W',\ eo^t
i.r_T, Th"* ' a lame pom.
I'ined louiiae dining room kltrh.
wtB rrrlna hatch i bed.
haul
"tTtcei
Open
- and
oRcm
RENTALS
ri ItttM Mill ( UTTAOE".
Dsyrel.. I .ituatad
m from
3lhh
"WSITRHALL FIATS-. CoS-
HUI, Ml Michael Madam
apartment* with ubv ol beautiful
1 ,:..li
-BTBATHMORR". Cullodan R4-,
- Town houae lumuhed or un-
f-rniBhcd on lonf kMM.
U1AL ISTATE AC.KNTS
M riONEF.RS aM
BCRVanrOaU
PI \M\riONS lit II.DING
I'hon 4641
WAN T i: II
FOR C.P.I.M. (SHELL COMPANY)
OIL TANKER FLEET IN CL'RACAO
A limited number of A.B. Seamen. Masters or
Males of Intercolonial Schooners m.y apply. Please
bring Certificates of Discharge.
Also a limited number of Mess Room Boys not
over 80 yaui old or men having Butler experience
may apply.
Apply 10: DA COSTA & CO.. LTD..
Cavans Lane WarehouseCity.
On TUESDAY, 7TH JULY, 151, .1 4.30 D.In.
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Ihe "DeLuxe Bottling Co." |
I'PPER ROEBUCK STREET 5
raOI-DLr ANNOl'NCES THAT THEIR
Hi:t I 11 Vt.l S W.U. BE ON SALE TO
THE I'llllM
On Tuesday. 7th August, last
Flavours of
ORANGE. GINGERS .nd SODAS
Other FLAVOURS to follow
BOTTLED BY REFRIGERATED SVSTEM
tnd under the most Hygienic Condition.
IB" Look Out For Tha "O.S.M." STAMP
On Your Bottle
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RALPH A BEARD
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F. V. A
LOWER BAY STREET
'PHONE 4683
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I WILLIAM FOGARTY (B'DOS) LTD.
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ROYAL CASEMENT ST' wide 7W- -
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in I'Binedial ^i C.u.ii% H-> I ,i T
Prctefwr : Rev ..
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on to fet that bile* so book yours
now... 3i li.p., S ti.p.. alto )ait
one Thunderblrd ln ahlpaant ft II
duo anytime now.
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No malirr how lona ou hale Buffered or
wrial nu haia tried. Ihere la (< *>* (a*
o<* in a 1*. |.-a pr-acrlpllon called Mart
aa. ho dopea, no a-^hea, no In)-.Ion.
to alomlift All you do la "
laaaur-
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in r-, i.,aa
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nature lo dlaaolve and i.inuve aitnai
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roiLjaaoa f.el r'ara youawae and airsr
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str^ | Mendaeo b
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.. .ape. (.? to ,l,r M.efa.a
lopped AMhrn.i apa-ma Ural -mhl a't
ha. had none alin- In near two Nmut Back Qiiaranlaa >
The a*y rTrai doae of Handac* **. rlghl
lo ork clriuHTina ihr halplni nature rid you of ike affecta of
Mandaca may
f you ***' i.'' i
araoei. and fuUy -.-
deodaco )..! return the
m.| the fall purrhao
afandaa. OM Mandaea rn
*l today and how
nlahi and how much baii<
LUXOR CLEAR GLOSS VARNISH |
SUPREME IN QUALITY AND FINISH
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10 & 1 ROEBUCK STREET
Glands Made Active and Youthfui
Vigour Restored in 24 Hours
ISURATE0' NICNESi
fatlMi -nl *-*.. WM by all CAan .
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
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PART ONE ORDERS
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ttatn will be no parade on Th -.;. p Aug
will be at IM0 houia on Tr i-d-> la Au |,
Baud
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ill bo held on htn '. ll Aug. SI
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AUGUST inclutive Tha
JEWELLERY STORE will remain
open as usual.
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20 Broad SttBtt.
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Amrric.m Ooclor't Di.coui ry
Slranajthena Blood. Narvoa. Body.
Mamory, Bralo. Mnacla*. ud En.
dur.mi, Bailor Than Oland
MraUant.
ThanH. lo I he ifiai'mety nf an Amerlrun
Do-lor. It la now pnuinli- lor III'.,, win)
ut, L>H|fl.r- main Th. I hi III ot VpiHh
rui v..ur. Ambition, and Vitality Thl-
irent illafi.var). hl. h la a li-ipli' hon-
rreaimrnl and ran In
"". quickly mi-i. aurpluaor .i-,llt,
*...I an .1.dlt] t... i ,.., ihei-nii. ,< llf..
N" lo".r la II oaeraaary for you to autTer
from Loae of Vlauur an.I Manhood. W~mk
Memory and Undt. NervDuanrni Impure
flood. Rlofci, akin. Itepreaalan and Poor
ai-ep inaii^d you mer-li lakr iM. plpiple
feoino treatment a t-w daya and >ou will
Mid that your ilfm la rrdnr-d No mat
Ind lhat |
and reatored Yon win rind >
rl.b. pi,Ir blood *nd lit.-.H. m.fc-a .
Thi- Mmata hon n
*> to-tali" tailet foein end ihauaa
who hav. -.,| ,t .ay mat It la lar be
than any other .-.tm-i
Works In 24 Hours
Tkla nea. medleal dUrovery. known
Vi-Tab*. ha. Wen teaied bv l-,uM'
Amerl.a and ha- aehlxed reaulta t

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I MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE
Hi WILSONS (o.
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a-llh o'l-'ltouahle drug* whi.h .~a. be
irritailna lo the deli.-*ie aland
ayatenv Vi-Iaba m.l onl} Have
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ffcfltaret MnnlaaoJ dnd VllaJHy
NOW IN FULL SWING
; 10* DISCOUNT ON ALL CASH PURCHASES
j; HERE'S A SPECIAL OFFER
{ 8" EXPANDED METAL 8ft x 4ft
at I #"{<. per iq ft net!
BARBADOS HARDWARE LID.
Corner of Swan & Lucai Street*
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J^L. THE \ <"'
BENNETT COLLEGE
will set you on the right course for success
You mtka an of pUnntd profreit in n. cum of your thoica who*,
you Ut tht moit pr-nrwiiyt. mott iu CoHtft In tha world (oh you throw*,* tht pott. By frltndty.
ndhriduil training wt equip you with tho iptcltlricd knowltdp
you mutt hto tor a well-paid, hav poittion.
Makt tht fiat movo TO-DAY-- pott iht coupon Mlow
IS YOUR CAREER HERE?
IF NOT. WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE
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THE BENNETT COLLEGE LTD,
SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND
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till ll hi, n1
FERNOXONE
and appttf ii
at oar*>
INDICATION FOR I'M:. r>rnoxa i, M]ectivr Hormon,-
wpejd-klller and is recommended for cunttol of N
on lawns golf Kreeiis. Sri\f-)led and asphalted putht and
drives. All weed* ore mon easily killed when growir.f
vigorously
Fentoxsne has in* advanixiae over araeniciils in that it *
ijol dangerous to humans or ailmnlt,
METHOD Of IRE. L>e.l n. (l )iqUld 4 m acre aclive ingred-
ient IS the recommended application rate. A 1% slock
solution is made up by adding 1.25 R> Feraaxane to 10
gallons water, or 2 | on, Fernakone fo 10 pints water.
ue 40 gaiiuri. par men at % pint per loo mi ft., diluting
the stork solution with n further quantity of
PRECACTIONS. BrOaKl-lMved rrops are very tlamage by FerMxone and gr-nt care iv ri^osagl-V hr
appljlng ii to avoid drift on to such crops which mav be
growing nearby.
M.iaVr.tr#0.Y* Mm
N.E. WILSON & CD.
Q.B.B.
BUTTER
CONCENTRATE
IS NOW ON SALE
HERE!
Acclaimed throughout the world as
the fin Cakes and Pastries keep longer
stay freshertaste better when
made with BUTTER CONCEN-
TRATE
SO EASY TO MAKE INTO TABLE
BUTTERJUST ADD WATER OR
MILK.
"<". dirtctloiu an prmfarf
aa aia.
Q.B.B Butter Concentrate
RICHER than BUTTER
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CADKTS M Paragon Ranfr on Thar-dav Vm ! hinted Ui- |m Thl". wa> not pan of Uutr tratnuia- It w howrvi great fun lor the Csdta.
In Camp W ilh Hie Cadets i u of9/.
Field Sweep
ll Tun* V ..in. i |i....l
SCHO S .1' over the a *; Id eagerly look foi ward
io their Annual Camp To them can.p life is one of thrills
ond ;i The local Cadati ,.,,
from Ha I i mbermere School
no ex
i mic foiittn
thc> were m playing IL On many occasions ijL'/l
when ore i> red from Shim
Annual Camp would [Mil Hull to Ban
.lull Sonic Cadets now
place- S |t i .,, fa Hockav, '
the atr.. :., ILurrtaOD Collei'c drill
Arm;. Lt
On Friday n
approximate !> 290 I
the tli
Fort for crimp A few ha
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stall oi i
wa on hand to make all arrange- ..n
mentv After the vow |
utven accon
FIRST DAY
I IrM Rare
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Srend Race
Orafcasita
MIMI-'
\ llrre we .arc main :
I
\ OO D
| ANNUAl "'DANCE' ]
.* at the :
V Children's Goodwill League J
.* TO-MOHROW NIGHT ,
K (August 6. Honk HolUU) j
N ADMISSION J/- J
J Music by {
X Percy Green'". larche-lr.. *
* BAR m usual GOOI> .
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g Swkiy's Rrndrzvou%
if CHINA DOLL j
BM ..-<
Third R'cr
TKItl
ISTS
B
tad by C. S.
Qulntyne, woo the '>iiii Compcil- **'d
> which was held on Wednesday J7ih
afternoon. This school was ex- nun
- -i iy unari and daaarved l9*J
(be honour. Comben
followed by Lodge.
at Collage, again claim* I mm
tlv Tanl Pitching in
npetitton, On this occasion ( '
. S -
in inu-hing and* P,.
The pi .... In atrtkteg and pitch!
Apart from UMM COmpetltl
ramme Included dniin. a ,,,
Local Fr.-. tt I .,i. i.n iTu-rili 1'ai.nte. |.h> steal training rifth
Ranee, .it the "d lectures. The tlnul comiM'li auarstj
on Thursday hiRhllghtcH iho Uontha ralUni Plata CompeO- i'".., .......,.,
camp |i tion waa bald nt tha Oovammanl -;t. mi ?t?h rim amri
M
MM
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T. I4 ISM.
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lourth Rare
liffc'i
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arts
nia
Mi
At .rni n.m the Cadeb Irt Si Range on Friday rrwrnlnj The
Ann's For: They marched to Top wlnnlna ad I on Harrison r*w
rtock wl Anothei section from Iho '''''
for Paragon. There 'ud aiui one from TV,Vr'<
very small .... the Cotntaarmen third, laeh member am
eompsnle-' tmt the) too seemed of tna wthnlni aaetwn wai ^'"';
to nave rch. The ..warded a Daedal gv*r
sight of the bu at rrtdai nlaht, n Baal night in sishib
wflmmefl. on,,,. Vlls M,Cnl in traillllonr.l "Jj*
Al ParoROfi Iho Ca | i,,.-r. A Concert was organised ^^
aemonstrauonn ..t platoon i.\ tii-. adeti and for the Cudets. nicvrn
nation mid fuii ell Among the items on the pro-
aa firing on fixed lines and wa ,,.,. nnglog, Piano aotoa, ,ft*" *
ftxed limits. The DM ,ll(, ,, SS ft*** Tha bugh
, both BWrnhera of Uw -""
R| !. '
I !. I
considering trieir wad very little
time foar .
- well.
An OllVcr rnd ^1 other ronk
formed the
Tna Cadet wan shown whai
each ninn carried, Tner
the moi with
Ugh axpli the Drum
with ntent, marched t.
id
played
Third
aorta
rmii
Sl.lh
KiStil'i
I
Cotnbarm
Ifarcrt
i limaxed with a
march through Bridgetown yea- .
terday rrsornlng. From St. Ann's "
Fort. Ihe companlaa, beaded by
of the Hem- r_',,
ihe Pri--------
i in Race
niaoi
apt
am
M
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i:.M
HU
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ana, wwi. bmb. s.
Sixth Hre
Tlkt
mi
aw
MM
HI
f Ttrt
ni 0IB4. SIS*. 3130 335s"
Seventh Kacr
Tll A
ossi a
SUO J
MM I
MM
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. l.VI US I. 1WI
in is
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10 00
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10 00
10 00
io no
i.....
RESTAURANT
Mm hill Street
Open 7 p.m.Mu'niU-
Tonltc (Sunday)
Tomorrow (Hank-Holiday >
Open from 4 p.m.
to Midnitc
keeps
MMasfawsss -. .
without refrigeration M
lamilrtt in t\ti\ pan f milkun-
FalHagl aateaedaaaaatul .hm ihev mwKUM,
Your Kl IM ni.lk is pro.uetl in ibr IBUgT11 dsmpneit,
t'Hiu-nn.tioii and Mrj harm n kttp> mihum refngir-
aiii.n. Smu wuh KI.IM ibers baa wastegjt tpoHaae,raw
ti,tt lour full Fimncj *i>r;h of lhi tupenof qualir) milk
i eatM io the verj lati imnce
1 KLIMis pure, safe milk
KLIM KEEPS WITHOUT REFRIGERATION .-',
3 KLIM qualify is always triform
4 K LI Mis excellent for growinq children
5 KLIMadds nourishment to cooked dishes
6 KLIM is recommended for infunt feeding
7 KLIMis safe in Ihe specially-packed tin
8 KLIMis produced under strictest control
Toko pura water, add KLIM. *
stir and you have '
pure, safe milk
Delicious linn,.,. Food
Fresh Sniifnpoa M< in,
DUI 4730 For Krservall
,.i M
Puo I BayStrei i
.... ''.
gun tha Playmg aTteid bafora ihaii ;,,,,
i nlni The) bonanward trip Later In tha
: m mmp broke up .......
rate and quick firing A demon- Soma of tha Lodge School RALta BKUAUCAal
iv natives of other island THE hroadcaat of tin |
slow bU ltd Oenerallj they leturn home tO Tlll( ,-lul, Mid-Suioinei meetlil
rapid ion apand thalr vacation with their which opened yeaterday. iii i
relatltn Uria occaa*o taaard on T*M1 kii'K-vcles on
were give aacrlltce
Lav camp,
very Cadet ragn
. 'o. ,' ean aueh a u* '
I Browne .......uUoiaab knaWng
ic period next

The first Cadet Annual Cam]
i walkers tn l!M LaM
tion Hint a Rare 111 (?.
IP
burnt. This wan unexpected fun
theli i * n
ind Cadet Onkera.
I
ivcTC
i.
. my The Bren
on two
roni hft I., right and
vice vet
p.m. thl up and
to Si Ann. Foil.
During
POLO PRACTICE
MATCHES TODAY
niERi will bo several wata
I .
. \
for the forthcoming watei pal
mi -Shlntey !" '."V "V,I,'h
__Was Intri i Malta by wh'ch begins bi 9M o clock i*
I'S.M I Browi e ITn ad ''ll11 ll"
the gam. i,e Team **A": P. Foster, c. Evelyn,
i: Patteraon, 0 McLean, t;
It is n Indoo game and the r I W< I
" up ol i ve ;' ride.
The atlel tar to the Team "**! M Poatei it Brooka
fold hockc-y iticfc with the exeap- I inning, H Weatherhead, K
tion of a ..... a ball Ii r and ii Manning,
by three \, there will bfl
irachaa, lukei place of will b<
luck. It In made ul seleeted rom thtxa
AIM pier b) 8^0 o'clock.
ravelength of 39.7K roetrea.
Yeatcrday's
Weather Report
FmOH OODBDfOTOtN
Rainfall: Nil
I""11'. '1'emiirr.ilurc;
7H.0 t
Wind Velo.il> If mile per
kaar
Itarumeler iff a.m.) M4t3
tit am* :ioao:t
VICTORIAN
EXHIBITION
1837 1901
at
THE MUSEUM
GARRISON
7th26th Al'GlST
Furniture, china, glass.
palntlnga, photi
.
wetghta, au
Dally 10 a.m.6 p.m.
SuiiiI.k- HI I'm '. |i ni
IDaauuMKNi l/
In BM Of
MUSEUM COLLECTIONS
FUND
This Proud Feeling
can be 1 Oatfiw / /
WE OFFER
.^
PYJAM \
8 I J T I 3N[ G S
IN A BEAUTIFUL
RANGE Or PATTERNS
31' wide at.............S1.00 per yard
34" wide at............S1.17 per yard
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10, il, 12 & 13 Broad Street
AlA'l INDIAN CCKJKEUY by E 1'hyllh Clarke--3B3 Recipes
prepared b] Mlaa I Clarke, former I-evtorer of Domestic
of Trinidad. No pains have been spared in making
this hook essentially West Indian and Practical.
Also aratlablc frovi Stock
iloiMiedia. Oxford Concise Dictionary. Latin. French
and Spanish Dictionaries in Itcsk and Pocket sizes.
ttoiti His A <..-!>,.I :t:toi
BROADWAY DRESS SHOP
lrr.l <-lr.i.. ml URL SSI *. SKI III S
IIIIIOIV III 11 II l 111
Slips in Crepe de Chine13 00. in Satin S3.35 4 $4.16
Nightgown* in Jersey. Lingerie. Seersucker fc Nylon. Dress-
ing gowns in printed Cottons from 56.00 and in Satin.
Slippers In Velveteen (pink & blue) $2 69 and in Leather
(red)JS.Otf. Uath sets (in various shades) comprising: 2
tcvls. mat and 2 wash cloths$10.20 per set.
TS''<' I '* If f # rfvfi i 'fit in-tr ,'*#*'.. ll$:m
OALVANISED CORRUGATKD SIIKKTS
6'. 7. 8' X 2'i daillje
r.AI.VANISKD NAILS all sizes
LXI'ANDKI) METAL SHEETS
"/', 1". t", 3" Mesh
"POILITK" 11 I Mill I FLAT ASBESTOS
CEMENT SHEETS I' X ' "' M'" sl"-<'
"EVERITE" CORRl.'GATKIl SHEETS
6'. T, ', 10' l.enulhs
Plimie 427
WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD.
-t5S?5*S*?KCS il ,.
POPPY
DANCE
I'iuIit the patronaKe of
His Lordship Sir Allan
Collymore und Lady
Collymore
CRANK HOTLI.
! Saturday Sept ilili
N 9 p.ni
MODEL STORE Crn. Broad & Tudor St.
Admission S1.0,1
They'll Do Ic Every Time
By Jimmy Hatlo
AL VEetAllhl
M3 THE LAW
CCV.-H BCFORC
THS TR o S4 P
LAW bens:
- AHO
eHAR-1 ALIKE"
(
US.: L:STEN',SCHsJ0O:Lf(
BEFORE WE START
LETS GET OUe THING
STRAKSHT. TMS TWP IS
AeSOLUTCLV tXJTCH OR
we rx i eo. vou wy
=OR EVE^yTH'MS AsO
I'LL SPLIT IT WITH
YOCl WHEN' WE GET
sOWEl CXAY?

^SO-SCH^JOKLE,
LAIC OUT THE
COUGH FDR THE
EMTIRE TREK.
AND THEN CAME
THE OAyOF
RC VERMIN'S
RBCKOHHS,
VESSIR! I 8ELIEVE W *
SETTLING UP ON THE COT!
I PGJRED IT ALL OUT-
I OWE VOU*IJ^3-BU-
WHV OLUBBLE ABOU' <
Z? CALL ITS 12.45 '
EVEM. NOT A BAD TRP
EITHER, it HAS WCtJTH i
rr.SO LONG, CHU! /
I!- ! Here tAin
A WONDERFUL LOT OF LADIES
SMALL RIM FELT HATS at $:.. A :. each I^W-v.
JUST THE TYPE OF HAT THAT LOOKS SMART
In All I nsliiimiihii- S/i>//>-
(SEE THEM IN OUR SHOW-CASE)
~>
A. ROLLOCK & CO.
DIAL 3131
: ISaiiiiidnv Aqiialii I lull
-
- in Local Mernbm
Altar that buay rnonUng
ttV i':. i anjoj iho cool
also a drink. Then
.i i-i ! i | Aim. You
bo he aarved wtth
. Una LuiKheon or
Lvnack Ea

1
IS I hint forget wc cater lor
J BlrthoTaj Wedding, and
a Cocktail i':ti'tics. and out
| StarT will
| iTii -,:;.
I
MAKE THIS A
COOL
)!ktl SUMMER!!
Fresh Stocks
Jii^l Received
. i W l ~ SACrHABIN TAHS
DAVIS r'.M-ATOI. rOMIV
I1AVW PALATOI. TLA1N
IS 1 1V1HRON
nErr moN a
Come in and lei
us lit you with a
Fine
LIGHT SUIT
we have a wide
range of Patterns
P.C.S. MAFFE1 ft CO.. LTD.
TOP SCORERS IN TAILOR1NO
Prince Win. Ht. St. Dlsl 2"B7
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
From October, 1950 to
June. 1051 Ihe price of
Woollen
Suitings
has advanced over lOfl^J-.
and these higher priced
materials ore now begin-
ning to arrive in Barba-
dos.
We still have a Hood
selection of
TROPICALS
AND
ALL WOOL
SUITINGS
at last year's price*.
so
NOW IS THE TIME
to select yours at
KB. RICE & Co.
1I:_I. il.- Tailors.
HOI.TON LANE.
-M si
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