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I'M.I IIGHT BAKRADOS ADVOCATE Till KMHV W l.l -l 'i TORNADOES MAY RACE IN TRINIDAD MAS PHASE OPENS IN W.I. YACHTING (B) On YiU'lilini: ( orrespi.iulrnl ) The B V.uhl Race may MM. he helu. Il is [Y M m a dosjg will go to Trinidad either In • the MflM type" I %  I %  tha tittle boon up • 'it will stage u tlKht i:lkaway third and in ue fouith .... his son ayyd nickel. OcurK* 1 Stoute salted vamoose which end%  mi Edrtl won ttaU race. at MM minute ahead of tain Three I THEGAMBOLS %  \' "'.•* .IOV r,ovo W> OsX 1 SWA*..*VL *JH>t*T 6V Tftfci -t *J£WJ. _"J_i.^4 etrna TAKII I C* - J*. rAh.' i I TJVcw %  *?**', 1 7% 16 Proud Feeling can be Yours ! English. S. African Wings Over Cricket Averages GllllS Starfish Beat Mermaids.'{—() 'UualiflraUi'" Still to defeat Vamoose again and Ti "!*iiV'r'*nfi i d him hv living him a Rood jump ,. I %  %  v ... i .,-.. rtaoi %  i • Ednl easily. Edril was however ". fourth Huooti Cricket Results AUGUST n i> EngUah to-day were HI tin w a st an rfhilUk., clots Vamoose taM k p „ mr owner's hands. M first %  ,01111 U) ,r ,,n rarr hnr 1 ,hM ' %  %  i %  %  %  %  K ti KM games K 96 # i.i be tetim i be. wai wicks v. south Africans at *ica ..( Tornado noing. I liinniiiHham— .' JB A..: A irks:— 2S0. South Air.w !" I ie seaside and h< cam SI Mr 8 > %  ••*> %  has his boat with bin HI [lira v. Worcestershire it "*"•* %  .1 cUca M Cbeaterfisjld— "TET" 34 beat MnotU Derbyshire: —8 for no wiekels. i^ n ;,n ihe Tu W %  --ivhire:—28. .JJJTW 31 had trials in CM I %  Surrey at Smithend— u me. tM > '" %  -* 32 '"'' 9 wickets. organ v. Lancashire at "*—. . Ire 1 lfl ror 2 wlekcta ,.. si liiimii'hlre v. Cioueenei her skipper. Hampshire, -21, tm ,,_ Kent -M for 2 wickets. MidJ. #. war, 208 for 5 wickets. WjH is available, will most likely he ,,.„.,.,-_" % %  • %  v. Yorkshire at SKin lesson in sailing. Kb) CTtW Will ba l_,| t>> i.| .;, ,v. •on Tony. Lateeatferahira 75York-hire — J2"""* 1 %  id pick .she 2: |>|() m f()] ni| u 1( k( t; D* !" > Mottlnahanuhl %  Susan typa of yaom raani Notuns^anuhlf*:— 33 for no %  ** %  1 %  I '' %  I ''''' vMtkets. Youn will be Utboufh SUSM'X.— 117. Mterdny aftwii ss must IMspeeded. T ( H.n r A small crowd of Just ove SB u The President lias still Xj •I approve the plan. The army and M m navy are flghtina; It furiously. For undei it the air 0OTC* woul I J* I" let four of every seven Hollars M .1 B pp„i on defeme The army and M t navy would have to other lhr*e. Thev would become w • taV toll of winded dog. tan To-day thian force numher^ 87 groups t,i uroup can be alxiut •a M it heavv bombers and up to 7T %  •• fighters |. The force i 4^ is ' < row ' 9S groups %  0 spectators saw %  dull uninteresting KSine Which iMfc BtaTflsh into the finals of this competition. Ooldflsh and Sea Nymphs meet nl ^' ;omoriow and the winner of U game WlU plt| StaitMi for the pott Cur Tnc gam bM arai rather Itoth teams played Mermaids wenunable to field a fill! scheduled au<1 Starfish very sporting iMM nno do "' 1 '""' '"* n placed long shot. i* w advocates threaton to give th? Two minutes before the end of ton* prloritj In their enmthe game Ann Kaison put the IHl J 111 1404 44* J lit 1.011 M •, SST IMS IS lit palgn for presidential lllllor The Miracle Man „ ,"" ASOTHFR -MIRAC'I.E si is ii ivorkcd by (gVneral E ,!! \t : l Powerful Senators H "* I"*! '-<'k* *> 1h mm In Part; n>4 is that coaUnuad aconomn -m % %  M r. %  : ..... -,.,; %  .. | , W. %  • %  :i K.lop^ !• withstand Commumsn. Before the Senators crossed the I'T return aftei i M trlnagd _. beond doubt for Starfl;h when the scored the third and final goal of the match. j i,,-. in .. l foi Mi raalda v. as in good form and time and again drew applause from the crowd for her exeellcn' [TM taMB was Mi Paul Foster. The tea ti Mermalda: Ju Wardl%  if %  Dnhthed up wltli 'age. Eephyr My thud choice icithc Sephyi HI Bdril Jo the Brat series ..I de%  drll. The praaanl aatiai .i Perkins He Somerset:— 312. 31 for no wickets Northants: 111.. \i nki Soeaer XI I'ouring B*6 South Africans l ii'n Our OA'II I'orr^ipon*!^*11 H (IKiKliKTOWN. ItG.. Aug. 7. ii. rliiUng Ai nh.i son ti team ''•" %  " optotd „„.„ lum llL y „„ Sl „...... and holds second postafternoon with a first test versus UOO, Th. hch niitish (Iiiiana "Inch r^ullc foi thoa* wio hidp row's nature is <;ldfUh VI Sea themselves more And the SenaNyma*. Referee Mr. K tot believe thai undo* this rule %  Britain will fare splendidly. ins ii VESTFRDAY'S RESULTS m\nmo\ ttr WOULD HI; SI lain. OMtOVES HAVANA. AU| H Tba cmdition of Senator %  dnaro vho Bttatnpted raMsda by .net a r.Kiilaimday night i I .n uch rapid improvement The att.'iicir Althon. i.stii oVei the %  ngn tuhfti d roi ru ncaa m Ida raeovaq Lhetr bold rtep f Itaeasrtac It was said that by yachting In the W< t tonight—73 hours aisfii : ap.^jnucfajvalse is Mao u^_' the eparatKwv %  Chibnwa will have N passed the OfftUS, Ud they will ie Vile m tell the outcome more A i r II Remember a Pirate ,„ SumilllThaV US "" SAVK ST. PAUL'S. Not S: |.ri1l?IS I OlirilUIHUII I MM Paul's of Uindon, but St. I'III" Of Stalen Island, a replica O %  London'-, Cathedral sealed t<> one„ , sixteenth of its .lit 0 PafVriS .' to honour a pirate. Robeii Huhl-ato ,-5. 8-^3. C h. i I ^" %  a rd flandi.lL He boquathe*! ' set between D W. W il. drerepil sailors." The old sailor* J S. B. Dear tu be played tolonger use it To lev* it from HOITOW. destmetioi.. Staten Island, the flffch borough of New York, will tak. it over lor community US*. ,„._ frp( ..m.^sion. Oriimntinij the Team Now ate musicians' union FANS of Brooklyn Dodgers sppad in with .. datna liasebed club make sound* with th< fans' "band" be repl horns and drum' when the gam* union musicians to be paid IOO is golnj their way. Then on]) dollars ent .n few vi ar 1 returned to n:i jn Trinidad, but he sold it to Iat I %  she sailed in the • IV Clsaa IW %  I1Y.C. I9&1 M.llr IIS 14 MS 14 23 3 McCarthy S4S 4 M I.SSS 4t t 4S W A MI 2 144 131] 4H SI ; en IN aso ss an ss IRD BRIDGE... by M HARRISOK-GRAY A SLAM? THKRK ARE 3 WAYS ABOUT IT SkSSIO.y bKFERREU 1X'NIK>N. Aug. H The Yugoslav Ni"'. Ai.enrv laiua reported that n public pros* %  i mandssj a swan agfttencoa" on Weuntvday for 12 ...i i i-iien-. mi trial in Bfjlrade foi esptottage on behalf d Scvict Intelligence Prosecutor Milorad Gavrtolovic pointed out to a Belgrade District Court the i i. n<.at the trial showed Rusfia harl bepin to OTganlai • ago SCtit againt Yugoalavla'a uidapendsmca from M relations between the two < %  ivan maah Tw || i H %  uiei.d.ints who had l>eiii umier oi longer went on trial on August I — I I' • kd a M rullm : D J MK1I-. L i i i. A n Yesterday's Weather Report FROM CODRINC.TON i: .infill Nil Total Riuif.II for Moiiili to date. .21 in. Highest Temperature: BB.r. -F. Lowest Tinip*rstur: 7:t.B "F Wiud Velocity. a mllas w~. hour Barometer: ( a.m.) 2V.05T (3 p.m.) 99.890 I Thcyll Do It Every Time %  "WHS^ TWeRS'S A REAL STDRy IN TMC WIND, BiSDOVlE IS STRICTLY TVE i'ARTkJE^ '.VITH' THE RE-R-:-R6". By Jimmy Hatlo J I BuT GET A LOAD OF HAIL-FELLOW B5DO^e WhIESJ ME WAKiTS SOME ; COR^V Fu&i.iciTy FED TO THE. PUBLIC-' &ctc*ie,is IT TRUE VOU'RE HANMisG TO FLOAT A 55-A*lLU>J-COLLAR LOAN TO *5RGf 0,tEWA-eR B£V6RASE WITH CON 5OutCATE0 AlR ftOwe OW •-C// Q.'/E US TH£ FACTSTWtS IS in-TORTA^iT-TMC PUBUC'S C^JTiTLED TO KMCW THIS'" ^cawvis'-i DOW'T KNO.^ SOTWlts'-. NO SFEA< EWOISMCLOSE -WE nxjRASwx; :EdVE,Qf r :N-T.rrVEN-JV /-_v rjjpi-— — —' %  ' %  — %  >W.'jU6T THE MSH JVC 6CCN -XKWG FORf--yy ^AORlTC .XWIfcMuSTS-.^ %  -^c/o you ODr-i E/ERY OAyo-siay-.eors', THE LDeS OF OJR tOCtoE ARC v OIVINS -rwe Ate* A CLAMBAKE f ON SATUtOAy WMT--HERE ARE A LOT OF FACTS-PROOABLY FILL A COoPv t ,- A i h vtn .. A Souths .ninimum ..t IS Nonh anoas "nai Ute combined conn: ii oniv one pomr short ol rne M required for a BHUD m NoTrunipi Bu*. coufion S.clates 'hat N i %  i> ,-,-.nter>' I %  %  uaa by m:nptn t in. :. i rumps The sa.ia mo*it* *..: mdure South to nee ne nas no more man his i:..n muni >T\ ".,:•'• ICESFRVU) WHAT'S ON TO-DAY Vic-.orUn EihlblUon 1837 1901 st the Barbados Maseun 10.00 a.m. 4.00 p.m. Third Day's Racing of the, Bnrliados Turf Club Hid Hummer Meeting — 1.30 pm. BfoMle Cinema at Oldbury Plauuuon yard. St. Philip —800 p.m. onuBASi i)i > III I BSHM Tiie --_A WE OFFER P Y J A M \ S I I T I N G S IN A BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF PATTERNS 31' wide al _„..$1.00 per yard 34' wide at JB1.17 per yard Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street II** -no MemberSi mi n -Mom swan CLUB SSI the pleaiurr of jour company ta Ihelr DANCE TO-NIGHT mi HlMit/vixII oe rAnOONABU lOCBTT RESTAURANT M.vKiin.i. wmn Ol 01 10 AM M1DNITE DVIICIOUM Chinee Uuiheit f^^ s. WOP*. WORL': %  Dial 4T3U lor Reservation' Ilinero are reminded U don J their rojls after 7 p.m. at \ The O-dl" *V-'*'^-**'-*'**'-*-'''-*''---*:•.' %  •••*: \ j POPPY DANCE I ij Under the patronage of I* His Lordship Sir Allan X Collymore and Lady •; Collymore $ at CRANE HOTEL 1 'HI stlttitltt l-flttl alt tihtmt FERNOXONE anil applfl il al ff < %  <• DELIGHTFUL... AT TEA TIME LUNCH TIME ALL THE TIME rut: FAMMI.VS i HOI itm J &R BREAD & INDICATION FO* MB. Ffrno..., I, pdMtrn llormon,wetd-killer anil Is n-commonded tor conlrol of Mulfnw on lawnj. gol( ireent, gravelled and asphalted paths and !" 1 *" M * !" m "' '" s y k led whe *' 0 i" FernoxoNr has the advantage over arsenlcals in li !!?'!' " ro 1 "> humans or animals. METHOD OF l'8R. Used as a liquid 4 m aere active Incredlent is me recommended application rate. A 1% stock solution is made up by adding 1.25 m FernaMnc io 10 gallon water, or 14 oti. Fcrno.o.r to 10 pmu water use 40 gallons per acre, or , pint per 100 tu. I:., dilutina the Mock solution with a further quantity of water to cover the area. ntCCAI-TIONa Broad-leaved crops are verv susceptible :,. damage by Femaaane and greit care Is necessary in applying it to avoid drift on to such crops which mav he growing nearby. PLA.XTATMO.XS I in II m haw nri'iii-il n—r sim-l. at:GALVANISED I iilllll'i. \ I T.n SHEETS ', T, I'X Guge OALVANISED NAILS — all SUM EXPANDED METAL SHEETS ':•". 1". J", 3" Me*h "l'OII.ITE" FLEXIBLE FLAT ASBBST08 CEMENT SHEETS 4' X 8' al $S40 Sheet "EVERITE" CORRUGATED SHEETS r, r, *, in i.encih. Phone 4267 WILKINSON Si HAYNES CO.. LTD.



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TIU'KSIIW M (.1ST . IKI BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'M.I THRl>: \tnm:t ^ ag"a. This is the op.m >n of Walter "Vhite. secretary of the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People, who made an investigation in the town. , i^T\^~" %  ~* Here i* hi' report I ___.,„.' ,, wr Foc y**** *• Capon* gam: UHlt'lRS >\ III KlIOH ST its headquarters tot DBS bu*ine*s nf murder and rob\\ hut To BqMet 53 -WJSr1 !" .\S ltrill^li I>S ..(.tin campaign to -• %  a T i i' . *(*. thro* <*" the corrupt p. Must oe 7o/a — War Office They *er* about i<> n Bui on the night before the rOKEIGN Jilt Is intending handbill pushed into 117 British soldiers are la I h hottse asked citizens to Vote be lectured on the reabtie* ol (oi the reform candidate* so that Hriiain by their llance NtfTOei could rnovo into Cfcero "itni; officer, on ord OcSgO (population 10,000, H War Office is a i '. •.' nw brick boBM HtoflVg will have t w take worth Iron irs.oou in vith the husband-to-ueach Owner* feared house values M xAimy permission would go down d the Negroes (or the mamas* Is given, moved in. %  %  0 WW It HI the bride about Say, White: "It eomplcMy the housing *hortagc, food rationulMwad uie decent element: the oi'w meanlnaj o austent. tr .T.in..I element ^on the eh*turn. HAVE .and the differences be, ( |1 irri| no| R twecn life in an industrial town „., %  „,, th., rlniini." ,n lb. North „, E„ 8laml and Uf. !" t*BST *th t'!"„. %  n-drniclu-ct pa trr>l the town OpeH The Doors U.S}. Paper Says •u-ml>ri (, %  dl—ihui I for talk. it • %  I :.inean The new War Office ruling n the suggestion of th. Ann. Welfa-c Department wh deal with broken and imhaginj Annv IT aiTlagOB, "Some brides did not kmw •Hi : .undiUoiUi were like in Brit. NEW YORK, Aug 1 am. They were verv disillusioned ""' T i m ** accepted Ihe invilawhcn lhc> arnvcd." nM :i WM '"' n "> ,n Weekly News English "Ki--m.ii, Now it's ju .••iiguag,ncwapepei pru to the man's commanding officer Moscow for exchange of views. %  .ire the j'irl knows what Ttie News promised to publish life here U like. %  ByfekUg the Time* might submit. These discussions will in\ ei. lescrvmg Tor itself the privilege NFW YORK friendly and informal And if the *'< anawenng. Just btfon seven of America girl Mill wants to marry the solThe Times replied editor ;all> i'. leading Communists went to jail dier. then the Armv knows that fntended lo enter no polemics In New York mi Jul> I they wired been told just what U with the News ami said: "We do to William Schneiderman out I .S. CONGRESS HAItBOtit L((G #• I'rom PJte pla In Carlisle Bay K —i. '1 I %  With *55 %  V-rlt-BA On ol NM aimatd wntetl wouKi r.ii-i. v.. i> m.^.i |o i. ptui hvdo-C' Hii_^"* M ,. '.' lion. M.iNHt.tHWof the W7S.0OO.UUO *££>. , earmarked p for Asia would The island w 'neuti Truman's order 14 montl l Sutes Seventh Fleet to prevant any Red utf uk on Forinoaa. and ii katp Chlacifl from launching ajtt rOHMn ;tni —r.p. X aa L M V WUr. II. U V '- S*ho#irr Ooitm AugclMHm. v it. i M ham An1 %  I AmhM MITS Inn* Capl 0 -n. n u m Au.lll... *BrM> M*..(. DCu*t> ft I".. 1 t aaaM r uhen Inflwul ,,.. %  Jar MfJdfnrect'i' ''oMif'to-ufcifi o/ Ike HV' %  >: . ihr PBUBBMBBJI "1 u rrtii:r M sWlsb OBI agJ.j Jr .. J>M... fo. %  1 B.G. Will Proleal OWN lit. n People %  ii..i;u 1 Aug 3 IN WITH THE REDS — I..FS Salary increases not believe the peopfes of Russia i>^ Angel Bd tM peoplea of America imCon and take <--w a IT I|| '11 Bft •! I D 1_ ^X* n *f l rt r-,U I .K. IloiM'S I lllhl %  Cotoiuej a Btroni _£* irsl Mli I< .IT lowtr s (1 new head His iiorsiaiH each Other. Wv suggest that you open •ii' 'i in ii% % %  oun are open to you. Come and travel m our land t ?g-' a J k to yr.Pggfc .* ." "HJ; aettvltloi WON cut short cThe majority party brought forout ontiro larkl and Into others, gdes and San Frantis.o were also irj DCCOBBSO f": otenihoa fTave sulVcient eonlkdenoe in yours gm 'if tin' HMIM III the HoutO OUl t by Ihe Executive Council by then prefer your own if that in overthrow of the Government awaited KINGSTON, JO a. Aug. 8. a straight party vote of 10 to 10 your wish.—IM*. Many letters" have been sent lo the press denounong Ihe proposal In view of the great economic disRMBCMOIOSI fnnleoL tre in the bland with scores of lUISMail laOllII Ol thousands unemployed. *-, - ., ..-,, ... r as foiCause Bab\ Airhfl I 0 '',-! Speaker £1,300: leadei the majority parly C2.rmnBERLIN. Aug 3 Ministers C 1.500; leader ihe OpCommercial planes lifted Ml tons DOetUon Cl.OOO. members of the of Berlin expi.n products to West allowed out tluv will I Home C8^o. Ministers travelling Germany in the lust 2t h< The Government is so anxious p, w ^ Rey to ascertain whether that the new prisoners shall not slip through its fingers, as eight "tin i .'I'M%  Rdf ,; -i'' "'" that it tixed ball of 100.000 dolfor Sehneiderman and 79,000 fur the men in Los Angeles. In San Francisco the judge postponed his decision on the amount. Before any of Ihe Red Station la World LONDON, August 8 Britain bor* %  molding IhO world*! first expeiimenl.il .II ii'.d powei station this yoai v Mtnlsto ai I nesday. Rut it mil t>e is venis FLL-SmNG MEADOWS Aw I „ LSS^ft* THE Rradually dsitorioratlnfl Middle Eaatiara situation is off&ih aro ilarlykaj design, lot expected to produce a major diplomatic clash here on n power station ol Harwell DM 'l'hursda% when Uiiiam, Fiance .mi ih United States will fieawlo^iartori ol Btlttka ,abU..-,dV a f.r,solu> r r, il .r,u l ,,,,,K,v,,M..h ll f ,,r,hw,,, J-g* Jjj I | the restrictions on shipping in the hue/. Canal. butWina ond %  % %  I Egypt has already made ft There have Ix-en persisieni and ^ abundantly ctear that she will oohei il demaiv foi neutralitv bu lUnuo the hlnekiide. be•xpressed in latge sections ol the she feels lhat security was Arabic press ami by aemonitr.diplomats here tmm in Dumoseus and easowhere apooch by ambassador recently £400; subslslenee all* per night for five nights per week for .12 weeks. Members travelling in the rural constituencies £200 per annum, urban £ 100 per annum. At present ministers diaw £1.300 annually, memiu:. I t 0 —CPI liV. illnirGuards expanding ertort to defeat Itusaian controls, which have curbed c.verland shipments. They more than doubled the tonnage of two days ago, and the three participating airline* said thai they were awaiting the arrival of more freight planes to m' still further. Allied ti **p>:; ornclali rioro, re now speculating how big the baby urllfi might grow. Ciiomcml quarters talked of a goal of 200 THE FAIRBANKS ARMY HAPPILY. Douglas Fairbanks Against Smallpox ~ ^SatrtSfc^ 'gffilSSf^ !" Z Z |i>wn.—(CP) HEEDUUUG. WLS.. Aug. 4 Health officials banned all public gatherings and ordered Reedburg's 4.100 residents to be vaccinated against smallpox within 40 hours. The order, which could Stifle .i %  -.;. and public life, came alter the discovery that i Id farm woman was suffinng fri oodbun last Saturday and Monday It is not known how i "ted then 8 Nations Prepare for Whale Hunt One Ship Can Make £1.000.000 there is the won* exthe Cairo Government plans 10 pressed m %  land in defiance of the Securny Aiub >nd Asian atatei moj provi OoUfKtn order Despite earlier ro .tlurntial enoug. uncertainties it is now a loregone to 'mediate between east am (-inclusion thai the tripante reaowest." lutlon will obtain seven votob Atrthortisos said Uwso dovolop needed lor Its approval by (tie monta have beaa s< -tior;i. I! t,.il..\ugani-t the We*t that OBJ 0fsM ii'iiu nil siippn.t oi Britain or the Ik to i m Kgypt would rocoivo where the bail comes from. Obaervers. wno are familtar rough re ip o n sa du* mainly to in. It was refuel to give such inwith the Middle Eastern poliujp. i. ml succMORil inienstnCaUe formation thai le Martin, > idlnsj on UBS CCOI ^ will lea* md OnOtttOI live I '( % % %  %  ... I %  Ml' : 11(1 HO aotd thai 1'iw.a reporU that -eientists h,t ptOSfld the design and were ready to build the talion were "nremalure The woih of designing it rtVOJ b.* coneluslr.1 II nil, wo hopa t.i m.ike Iraportooj adwaagaaf not only in supplying fuel (Ol BOW01 1 lilt ill sllil' |>i ... i lhat the pro j oet iir-t outlined in %  Oov•i HIam White Paper, I %  in will mst oboul t2.tt(iniioo Thfl While Pap,-, s. Id tint the atomic station wnul.t IO'I thrsO I i %  ^ %  %  %  ion and would bo oaa>a hie "i g.ii.i.'l pOWOI f"i a ired town Mot pvoj ."i it .i ttw pan i said, co*l WOUM eoal the alall'iii s44.N(lU.uol> while the atomic pile %  ii I iMniiiiiii The net • vine wool,! IK133,600,000 — (t'.P ll. %  >.1t1s to are inIhe H.ms (i, pule. %  11>. vh ara t %  H Hooojal to vn tiini/i atudi nta lo fao of a shoi %  .. %  %  . MI i u. i pocial Oov%  little to The Part* hi.) received detalli .,f ihe -if HI from thi Ca Labour Coaujrrea OipanlaalBOii in lot i %  t.iTn'.ii'ie Bupporl in the matter. hu-h the r.i led atfaetara II n l.,IU.'CP' British Army which marches through nil Hollywood hum* Tluv are 1000 to) soldiers from every regimmt in the Empm RATES OF EXCHANGE i-h^.,*. aa 1 United state-, in pubh jnei. ihe n l reoonl b* dowo) on iu stund would entail ,„„ nt .)„. Cocoanul Grove, Hoithe fall Of the Wadiust admim.,, trntion. He hoi B %  len-yOar contract for Observers Mid that one result, ,,..... of what tin. i in i %  "-' II rrd Hughe* inevitable Egyptian rejection ONE of D'troit's smartest backthe Council's draft le-ooi.. TUB WQrtda whaling ships — room boys was called to Washinguould be the weakenuig of tU. ( ,, Mlll u are hi MevtalOOl Show M can come back with a catch ton tonight His job ito breuh Middle Enstern armistice agre. r ,„ iy Uortfen Mu-ieal OOrneaty -oith £1.000000 — are gelling a gigantic bottleneck and gel the ments system, and a consequeni ij ( „, r „,,,) n,f .,< t lho| for pub%  i. t C.u idea were pressed r ,^,| v for „' orlntOI IISIDH m capacity t.. prnduci 50.000 plains throat of violence would Bare UP |, rI ,. i. %  into service to aprood word to all .[,,,.,, competition in Ihe Antaica vear by 1853. and guided misanew in this imubled aie.i lrl( K,,, VS ,„ Hew York, he reRaedburi residents and all^ per|Lj hunting grounds is expected silcs and atom-bombs at assemblyEgypt now succeeds Iran t*V %  ,,, 7 }l „, wookl) forces. He believes he has"The ment ha; wlnppod public eggg moat nearly perfect replica of to a i>oint, wtieie %  I-oudon's coronation para Am.,,, a200 machine tis.l linns grow roUT times larger in eapacity While thev w lit for planes, th.An Force ha. placed n M.000.000.Anglo-Egypt,.in dollar o.der With Canada for *P1 b >two *' training aircraft. nientrASTAIRE SAYS NO 'hips."tio-'southern w*aaBksi An and all olhei rneetlngi prMdpone:l lUrvrster and KooUiern Venturer. ' until the md of 'he emergency. —r.p. Japan and the Argentine BTO also uniiig iii for big-scale whaling this winter. Japaa has n 23.000-ton fartorv ship and the 30.000-ton Juan peron is nearly ready lor the Argentine nt a Belfast rttlpvard. Italy, Gcrmnnv. Holland, the „ from pire I UA and No. way are also I • to send ships, light to S mcnioiandum subWhale oil fetches almut £100 B lied at the opening session of toe pot III the Mm[n |||( pjftjgonl Kiiu'uii g to autOOXIta; |lU>v .,^,l has beconva the Orst in London, inforani'd ,„ n)< r „:,„ f-,^ipiioy to start makswurces aaid Monday's statement i. BDptlari F igr | ,, %  ibjoets are [hi Salnh El l)'i B* gldMd UM dOjM to further ttatton for revision of thi i h.el 1 tsgajted of v tiling there %  %  %  .... %  i" i imii' %  *• i'•" oaaw 'star I P Iran Asks RVrall Of U.K. Consul mi negotiations Monday. Stokes Indicated 'hat the neTt move was up to Iranians. He said. "I am waiting to hear what they have to say. But I have no concrete proposals."" lie raid the Britain t L.E.S NO. .i Iml A -':.i Of liis l.fe and dancing, and he intends to keep on raying No Hollywood has made money out of pictures of singing stars remember the Al Jolson rllin. the Had:-, of the lot" They ~" NYE GOES TO N.DELHI LONDON. Aug. QaoerDl Sir Archibald Nye. Al-adanwouid stick it OUl during linlish High CommisBioner In ^ris^ H£^5 LMffi 3^S^ ^ SS aasrt-'wa g have been in l->noon on consuldollar* a year Why are company to make one about Astaire. lie i so much igainst it that he has nil will A new Mr*graph forbids any such relluloiri biography after his dealh. BOSSES ARE WANTED BIC MEN for hig Jobs ,ue In short supply One city alone That Egvpt, the most pernerful member of the Ai.n League is aware that stilfetuBritish Middle East policy ha been backed now by the Unlleo States. •" 2. That the Egyptian n led ment roalisea it Is losing grout io Moh; MOSLEMS IN MOSCOW i.V Aug rruge Ogoiiiroal of "cfltclent ma f were to stay. %  A0MS MM Britons there, the UOOM of routine nature. Th' In ga going Communist ol Iran: nothing 1 about the Say nt-rrtmten "Too many too specialised Thev ning for leadership. [g, i SAVE $ $ $ with the I Illt.ISfl.X Wheel Tractor WORLDS MOST COPIED TRACTOR MOS( The first It of M. %  accordance with tradition u, mtcVnai politics and is seakinr the Pakistan Embassy, with tl lo wipe out not only Anti-Hi %  f Ambassador IJureiri but Anti-Western public opinion ?o-year-old do ugh I ga OtdeT to d-vcrt attention from K Ka/i H. eeoe. 1st Importance Sources said either of these it<-elopments -pells big trouble 111 Inch Foreign S. mi S Iftvnanian. . %  > Umt. %  ** BAori. ror TViiildml. Agrto. Mmn DaCWMa | .'.. i i.l c In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station UMl %  mi .hip. t*i %  .,/. ...,, H Of U lft, ,i Ir. )*iiu. i. I i ii XikiK. I'. %  it. 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PACE FOUR B\W!\I)ON \n\0(ATI TillIRSD XV U Gl : . IKI BARHAOOS^i ADVOCATE Thursday, \II K IIM 9. I9.il A LAUDABLE SCHEME IT V. the reaoluti $1,000 m preparing land at 11 la) )., BMU bald* %  ohwm %  • '•' |antI should be divided into four-acre lots arhila it few oppOfMnti "f til" RbMIM I ir lot Both schemes %  % %  I bj the B* Committee. The reason for the |x>stponemcnt was tha opporiUop % %  led by iwford, who felt that it would have been better to divide the land bate one acre lots so that this land would able to ;i ureater number ol people Mr Garner's dictum that the greatest number should be served was based on pure fallacy. The merit if thai service la that it should be beneficial Bo thOM arhoi thai |o aak a person to live on one acre of land as an economical agricultural unit shows %  ret realitj Mr. Adams in proposing the ipointed out what should have convinced the opponents Of the sehenuthat they were on the wrong track. In the fb the division of this land into four-acre Iota i the Government the opportunity to launch an agricultural co-oj scheme I I %  % %  uteri' to the talk by the Government of the need and benefit of Uve movement Hundred* of dollan have already been epent in training an officer in England in order that he should encourage people to launch co-operative venture Mow thai the opportunity hai come, the Government has attempted to set an example which it expects people to follow and which must In the long run be beneficial to |( Wand The opponenti turned the proverbial blind cyt to the merit of thii icheme and claim thai several people should Ixgiven an opportunity to occupy lund even when such OCCUpatlOfl would not benefit them. And Mr. Adams might well have added that it is this fragmentation of land which has prevented Barbados from deriving the maximum production from its agricultural lands. The report of the Royal Commission shows clearly what some ol ihese ths advanta I %  the economic | of the island. In his argument for launching what would be the Aral co operative icheme oi its kind. Mi. Adams quoted from the opinion of Mr (in van of Jamaica WHO I I an authority on such mar who bai broughl much benefil to Jamaica by his tdvlce and work among land holders in thai island. Barba.i far towardi folthe example oi Jam %  k it was announced that I %  Agricultural Officer was being sent to Jamaica to take .1 eoune In co-operative What would be the use of having an officer trained MI co-operatives, peasants who will not launch their own scheme, and no Government who will give them I lead? The Government must take blame for many of the things which go %  in this case the opponents attempted to defeat nrhat is indeed a laudable icheme If the 2!' acres of land at Seaw 1! is divided Into one acre lots there will 1 %  n OB necessary fragmentation of land which would bring little material bend occupying it, and the fust real i,il sehcine 1 >l culturisls would have been defeated Perhaps it was discreet to postpone the matter rather than be accused of N flUdng to consider the case put up by a few people, but with the information at Itl diSfJ -al the Government should not hesitate to launch venturi It Ch schemes that there will be any hope <>f atavin continuous drift from the land. Politics and Personalities Blo\\ lo >l.lk' A I Oil 111.4' list* I'roiYssiMW Im Sliii-lls-sl Amerir.i B] N Rl in. BFORD %  %  ) %  rUI tell i lTOl N| I II hi n,| Wll VI • Mil VI Ml KM.IV HUH Wll Mil \ M \l II II \l> llll OFPOB11 MI v to v M iaa < i ViM Ml'BT HAY*: MHM IMOIIM V l KIN Wl> Till 1 n v\ i M v ii' Mov i i) IN i no-; PI v< i WHMMl ii i-; in Bl OBI VIM l> i llll. TIMfcS wi: LIVK IN \K* TOO Itimn ii FOB MOVM TO HI M\l>l %  %  BtrtcU] n % %  > ng of lite • I the power very m< fore be retired m bt i its peak of IL'.ooo fh< M i £1,000. His total savings nl that n known to hat ra.ooo. "i ••{ be) sn tin tar of bis bj • tkMtii last i. ..! HI. ha fortune oi fl million Or G a MILLER Lived tiug'illi. hui waa no nlsst worth of $1,000 bonds. When t the 30's came (,eopir who were scared I nWOt their bills threw iiie bonds on the market. i nought 25 Of then (Or CLMa. A aaruuj investmenl you may say. wii %  oili %  llu T special ffUeUtttfl that his cl.-dii.' uanHU unusurii I nOwledQf that ramc to him"' AGAIN NO. Than bOW? StmptfcJ by i)irt/I ir, i epetwUture <>•>. nil mall woaaw MM %  /ii.owe Kinind !) % %  began whm the U B ws ii< %  when it w is ;>t thi 1 had %  bound I r j I i motto ihsn, but we come out ol them Mr achievement can be stated i ana Hs doUsi hs • %  /<• 11 iini a e> KIKST DEAL Brings ill VK7.tHrH HIS % %  -. • hlcugo He thought the %  :t>un bur furniture. And he thought the sHl Tslmhle one, from the real Wise etaaega lly lw^3 were worth 1281 each. Ii king a i B,gte. [mmediateh* *•<• reinvested that sum, plus another £7.700 partly In 1 pre f erred %  :..,!• II. the v S i "fn-ern. id be maks thai ehange*' Reeautie he realised that the ir.axlnium Value "f the $1,000 bonds DOUld neves !• more than •1,000. niher hand, by owning bae of his investinenl would grow with the %  At the same lime InSal l bought common stock (which takes in dividend what is left M Of Ol red *hare diviI i nd hat be n met) ill prljJSS varying from just under 3s. to 14*. a shore. M ai-if to sell his 1.200 preferred shares for £35 each. ThiM netted bun roughly %  %  i %  i buy cu mrn c n ~UH~H ill .MI :iv.r\.ge price of 2>.. i bead 12.657 i . SECOND DBAL 111.052 unms to CIH^OO THI professor did exuctly the %  ana v/ltn Sharea in a Kansas City lumber h-om t32 t„ CSS each. In 1937 them .tt from £133 to I Mil r.nli Reinvesting his £2,454 profit in || £5 to £7 he was able tO SOU these in 1946 at ii; to C4fl s share. Prom itel) t 16.800. With mat prolit he bought uoo i i the common stock. By 1MB ., Iginal El Me than £38/>ll0. • TMIKH DBAL Ami imM emaalag el Ihesn all achieve%  iment in a I as company. lo litg, in the trough of the ii-. si,ooo biaids were i l|ii £70. nrewd profesaor bought bonds with a fare \alue of [12.600 fee CJ.500. :i 1037 and 1*41 he eras %  ell them at par. Hb 19.100 profit was reinvested and he m-cumulated 1.20O jt from £5 U ill <<• Isekael In 1S43 IBM SOmpany **s reorganised. It redeem-1 fcrred stock at )ust und^r 110 • shaie by exchanging f rent, bonds. At the same tim* n distribute) common stork in lieu of dividend:, in arrears. The prufessor cama out o( th reorganis.ition with F 1.1.500 u bonds, and 13,000 common stock valued at gl a aha H fc.l.Tiim investment had grown to i 15,060 Bur irtll her. The company inva st ad in new 'nl .nd uI | | formed an oil corporation, offn ing its %  harangatttri •. % %  > %  option <' buying oil common stock M las i %  bare, Dr Miller bought 16.250. 1 %  %  years later he sold Uh average price "f ii*t under l.H for a net gidn ol ... | £81.250. And at his death be rU'l hel tfaa origlna] in uoo gu -ompnn bOSUaS, now vilu*d at £87.6flti Aiiogpth<-i pad > hi vest of ne irQ> i • IMIKS IT IJRlM. HAPPINESS? Of a sort—yea That is the story of three ir.the prasaesei Then were two other companie in which he had similar results and it was out of the*.' I %  t the bulk of his fortun %  Of course, he made mistakes :< nee of bad guesses, h left 14.000 worthless gold share .ind £3.500 worth of defaultc But it b. interesting to note th :.n iheas mis', ikaa vrere made b— lore be retired trom thi Much laved What BOfl of man u-a* he? Hilived to Uu end very frugall> Hut he was by no meuru a HUMHe miiiribuied to eonununiu .iiid helped relations. lie gave the band of his urnversHy a gift of overcoats, ant when he advised histudenls %  buy a text-book be bad vrlttai %  vgave them back i.the royalty he receive! from the publisher nf the book He wits Dfluch loved >•• stueants colleagues, and neighl><>urs. but no one ever knew that he was rich. • when hr wss ntken hospital live day baton In death he joked: "I'll never be able to pay for this." And friends, taking the comment iriouslv. MI: BCrlbod for a fui.d to bury him. Of course. QM money was handed beefe His legacy Indeed, he never seemed to be i in money. And he led his entire fortune to his university with the expl matkw 'U gave me everything I have re1 simply want lo repay my obligation." Waa h* a liappy man? On what evidence than res. Hut this of moncymaking Happily diifeivnt prob'em. II ccsnpb sills .'i < %  11 ii. bcht lUueUated 111 the old story of the unhappy king One after another the wisest men in his kingdom wen eolwi tn oflar tuggustions as to how hi could achieve hayphieas, PlnaU) njunsndad "Fin man and let the king wear hli anrrt %  The kingdom wag searched, ami i i.l\ one tiul. hippy man wai found. But he did not possess S shirt— L.r.N. IIAa H III It S IIM OHM Hi \ II \% I ii' I;\ t r a\aga m v o f M %  *.SiokousUi I among the new records is the StOkowSM of the Sll %  iv N.. I unusii.ii InternretaUons from tins lor but surely I : | %  'I i . gance of Holly.. little on Ihs harsh and uncompromising painter >r the FinHMV DB 08ia-) hlng lo turn from ihi* lo sn Thon handling of DelhlB's North Country Sketches (Colun %  i X I '! the 11 n M ilnardl i uu i lerenaly and the Bach su AX 434-6). ThS lirilUr String Quartet arc Just %  manlike performance of Beethotet No 3 (Deo O 439-41.1 From the Film It is usually a mistake to take lin musk "tl %  ftlm and press it Into wax. Vugil Thomson Is known as one Of the bSSt of COnAmerlcan composers. He wrote Ihe %  :,.:. fur 1 L. story and Columbia have now isnied this on Four SaOJ-g.) The n right with the Mm; II k linil on ihe gnmophone. This is DO) i temarkable month Theboni Should I < | Mging, in French, two arias from Samson nd Milan (OB 21263.) 'Gurden' Sfakvar H U Hotti Ihe .nviinsui-hed baritone wh h sung at Co vent Gariii o iu Bbms Ui.iei ,.n th i 4umbls ssbol (LX 1403.) Hm be?.t ni all is the i I.luee Welitch in two arias from Tchalkowsky's Pique Dame. Thc> ire little known here, but good singing c.an be recognised anywhere (Daces X 523.) Elagaau the death of Dtnu upatti recently. Columb i h;i\ number nf records by this fine pianist, but nothing lo approach their latest issue. Upatti plays two delightful Searlatt on I.H 113 with nimble v and %  slice—a moi mant of perfect] m that manj greater pianist might envy. Ballet Music The beiastornanes mme i their own with the music from Qlaalla, In the version played for the Sadler's Wells ilallet. The sel should stir mMudrlea. it ii Qnafaf recorded by the Royal Opera House Orchestra under Hober: HMV ( 7841.j — IIBT.B. Ihe First Peep Inside Admiral Fechleler's 11.0. B> SYPNKV SMITH NORFOLK, (VIlflBte), ADMIRAL KKCHTKLER—not long ago central flgura In the hturm over the Atlantic command—is now seen as possible successor lo Admiral Sherman, U.S. Chief of Naval Operations. It may be. therefore, that someone so far unnamed will become "Commander Atlantic." But al all events, the Command Post itself is ready—and I have been allowed tn visit it here Seven astonishing rooms, with the biggest maps in the world, await the day when they tan be officially named the nerve centre of Ihe West's Atlantic sea forces. Six of them are satellite ri' Or, ir I battta pi %  %  unity ID %  d not re%  i ."Time. % %  %  I • istrous t" lo emerge contest into his October i The Vngnma* jL. Wll;! elect: %  %  %  attack en th.> . -i i be pcr• i^es, evict nla, and rabaUtuta then employeei rt la a sutiBtantlal eoncaaslon to the 1 moil of Aaricultura W rki Ih M Mr Hilton bids for rural workers' vi Honour's Reward A. i:.-( ban attoi Dak •..kes him another step on the -'. %  %  I %  .1 :: i Dalton BCtad s %  %  %  • in 1917 Hi to be investigated. ten i>ci'sonalIy was mil i his depart* %  Within Sir Austen raewdad. He bacama the lander in the Commons. %  ntually he scaled the heights as Foreign St*cn-t,ii> Helacaaat Ahead ^k. Mr. AU lee's election plans kit Bevan ina early election hi lly piescribes. And he %  i. skcll some distance along. One ily. IhC election will prodtM* for Mr Bevan, a the next ParUaoMni Than e 111 %  I them can ana: — Mi. Harold Wilson M.p. for Huytort; Mr. John Freeman. M.P. f.n W .:; aixto Ml. f,>r Ueailinu South; Mr. Tom Diibei^ M 1' (oi M:itdon. and Mi (leol! %  Itinv Ml 1 tot Hornchurch. All these, and others besides cling praaartously t> marginal Beats. The lots swing to the Right "''I eaaU) rWr*titiTei them. Who will remain to tnotfort Mr. Hevan' Of his principal snppnrtr-rs there may uc left only IIIO Lte and Mr Richard %  .. who both have lafe %  For she, of course ll %  Reran But there i no saying what policj the Incaloul %  tan will Inpropagating by then. One Short Jt Already Mr Bevan U sure to be one shtirt at thr polls kobar. Here is Mr D,nald Bruce. who waa lu> parliamentary aide until hi tost his seat last year. Outside Parliament Mr. Bruci has remained an eloquent advocate of Mr. Bevan'* nostrums trtetly be la "ol a Bevanite For when Mr Bevan formed hi private iiarty after resigning Mr. Bruce was excluded. Now Mr Bruce announces thai he is standing down in Portsmouth West, where he has been prospective candidate He Is loo busy elsewhere. H has become, managing director ot M £600.000 Hull building firm, and its associated com panics. ihe lirm whose boardroom rows made regular headlines in its days as Tarnin Industries. Still snuggling out of the doldrum. It is now backed by Hambnts Bank, ice was an M.P he once rompfainetl that the City #aaa patnenaes* %> Torie-.< and industry." he said, "tend to look after their own." <'lU*rman of -Mr. BrueeT. v-Mtni*ier. Lord Sllkin.—L I I



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Till HSDW AK.IST II. H.-.I RAitmnos u>VCH \u Shipping Delays Cause C.O.L. Rise p.xr.i n\i Mr. Cave Reports On London Visit THE LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE is very anxious about ihe delays experienced by ships in port. Mr. H M Cave told the members of the Council of the Chamber of Commerce at their meeting yesterday. He was reporting on the recent Congress of the Federated Chambers of Com-| merce of tha British Empire which he attended in London as the Chamber's representative. ContlnuinK he said that the London Chamber had | •wing how much longer it took al present for unloading rig .'inn*, than it did IS years ago. Ho continued : • -scd calling on Empire and Commonwealth f>ivernmenU I gate the underlying cause* and do their utmost to ran %  hut Constituent Chambers do all in their unuer to bring home to the public %  living which mist* fioiti such dePMMOW ServfcM 'The question of th. a .hie, of paaMfi) %  .., %  • T, ritish West Indie* was brought up by Mr Shenwi II. re] the Trinidad Chamber. \ tion was passed asking the Conference Urn ... ways and means of providing th> • light that it would he raora advantageous In many ("i < kn i-i nment departments to pure': %  ,.ietflnVi'dernhio who by their expenence of the m ii, market COUld prices ID many cases than th) Agents only buy ,mnd,,c rc,, 1 ,,r,„, l .„ ls "' ;.„* '"' <" <<•£"IT .'•"'•"": .... House Will Reduce Commission Of Parochial Treasurer Death Inquun Adjourned Mr It. A Trans—Canada ,uX To Increase W.I. Flights ilhei for St George ,.nd Mr. M I Cog voted against tin | I %  tng of the Bill. Mr. Cox ald that n might be because there was kilty of a coloured man fatting t!i.,-ob thai the reduction ight. 1 %  i iirefer to see Parochial Treasurers getting fixed %  I I tec no justification %  educing this percentage now." Mr. Miller said lhat if it were felt that the present holder was getting too much. It .should have i ceil reduce | lad ptfJ Speaking for the passing of the Hill. Mr E. I). Mottbg would not have been fair after UM M jraarg UM present Parochial Treasurer was in office lo SOU MX months before he was leaving to call for a reduction, but with tightening up and Increase of taxes a rriuctlon was Of the routine in the Con'needed ni order to elimm-1 Mr. Cox said that in the first the possibility of any occur-1 place, all the Honourable Member Kl told them was that a young 'ould be appointed and THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY on Tuesday passed a Bill h: reduce the rate of commission of the Parochial Treat of St. George on parochial taxes collected in that purish I M from six per cent, to four per cent. Mr. H. A. Dowding, junior member Cor St i..the parish would be getting a new Parochial 1 the Vestry had agreed that it would be better to pia commission at four percent, instead of six percent Mi P. E. Miller. the othe. _T_. the num n Canada u .i BarbeahM rim Roe* T C ,ne> ill be I a] %  l thai thenMr. n. <;. I.RACOCK Since then there has been nature living.,. .ri "" "" %  '"" %  l %  S.-plrmbor S. to the trade." i on New Harbour And %  the Worshipfi.l Coo Qrootrtj by Prlncon I said Mr. Cave. "The President Lord Llewellin then appointed the commfttaai 1 eras appointed on Committee 4 These commitaacfa day during and prepared the reports which lh "dole Congress at their lUia] Friday 15th June. Tl.. were sent on to you and I stand they have been circulated. Delegate*: i nterti bud l ho opening 1 11 the Lord Mayor of London enti-ttalned the delegate! to luncheon at Ihe Mansion House Among the was Su Hartley Bnawcrass who gave the Conference an assur.-yice that His aid 'i" all in their power to preserve Imperial PrcI "On another occasion tha dales (•tea v. i .i ad by thai Government at a reception giverr tOl Hou B Sir Hartley Shiiwcroiw* was the host. There were two large banquets given for the delegates and then lathes, on.it tha Guildhall given by the Lord Mayor of London and the other given by the Chambers at ;ii" Savoy Hotel. Invitations wen to anuin Garden Parties at Buckingham Palace on July 12th and 19lh." Mr. Cava thanked the Counefl for having asked him to represent the Chamber at the Congress. •The whole pi extremely interestim:. he said and the organisation of events was conducted by the staff of the London Chamber of Commerce in an extremely efficient There were thirty-live countries tied and a total of 256 "B-rrr the conference opened a l.*.>k eras printed numbering each delegate against his name, address and title and %  badgi with ihe c 'in i mdlhg number %  This proved extremely useful during the conference and banquets, as delegates could consult their book and without introduction locate any other delegate to whom they would like to speak." Mr. Cave said that a full report of ihe proceedings at the Congress Dfl prepared and would be sent to the Chamber when comIni|nri Licences The President of the Chamber Mr D G. Leacock : %  the meeting on an interview Which • %  tWO-man Committee from the Chamber had had with %  %  cerning some trregulai tb %  net*. lid! "The Committee comprising Mr [m %  law Ihe Controller ol M us very full informs* larding the Im winch had oci irred la U of import licenses. %  Due to an accidental DUSjwaCIng of some papers. It | had Ix-en some irregularities In the office and a full investigation wa *ally found that there had been i TOfUlariUes %  import licenses | j Than] Bros. Surti United Co.. Civic Dry Goods Store, and N B Wilson & Co.. ports from hard ,, -The lm '' r d "~ ferenl typo" in almost ever] tancc. and the total amount irvolved was $1.33" Ar.it ion it was (ound Oi I tl clerk was UWOtt god he wa* drgcheraed Shipping Master Mr. Arthur Huwell MeaterlonSmith has been appointed Ha.hour and Shipping Master. -amKh who is :i... the Second Master" Certiflcate of Competence (Board %  In September, 1940 and nut Veen later secured the Certs Master of a foreign-going ship. During ne served as n Lieutenant in Ihe Royal Naval Ri trvi and also in the South African Nav.a Poreaa, On demobilisation s employed as Pilot and M.e.tei in \\ urma Marine Service Mi M.isii-i 'toii-Smith sailed from the United Kings It was a voung man the rate should be reduced. No Reason ..:inin times hke these, when the cost of living is soaring everyday. I see no reason, no JueUAoatton for the decreaee, %  The man had a family lo depend on him, be said. He saw no > by a Bill of thai sort should OOOM before the House asking them to reduce the commission instead ol increasing ,t. He wanted a Bill to DORSB to pay the Parochial Treasurer a Hxcd salarj rathei thani percentage. let sai,i thai it was true th.it the implementation of Maude Hepori would deal suitably with the Vestries, but it npi*ea*red as though some degree of selfishness was .shown in the Hill. The.v could not lake u junior OUl of school no it son of certiflcate he had and give him Ihe job The 10 be given to a man ol expertance. True, taxes were higher Bf ml the Parn hial Tn had to employ assistance and %  !.ir ihe ysar rnilitin ln'iiicIhf COSt Of llVUtg WBI i.. It they derided lhat the | made to ur DUwtoi holdei "f the office was getting illim .in July 14, IUA1 mdrr UM, -,,-_, ... . .i ihe Edu.-in>n " 'uch. they should have M it last year. In the name of all that Is Jig-) nd reasonable," he said. '1 do HO' %  ee how It should be reduced and ting the Honourable MerrT to refrain from pressing loll Mil A. %  I Kw-trt UM illW-1 1 M"rd Wllh aiiM-fMlfin-nlll !•> mk pi!.vi.ion for (he dlrarllor km ut ll vlHlHHI III IIM "I lo ncrvr in th Orncrsl At-rmbly at iiland. Ill* pro.-nl.irr of I*I wire • %  pcfwri al ueh vkclioni •nH rhe Council further postponed roiuid%  %  •oluliuri Ui upprov* ol UM mpiilvfcv a|uiiiin hv Ihe Governori r.xtuniHee all lhal wartaUi rrel ol Innd 'p*rt ol Itw len*iilr land* a place called BoSVleol ...nlalnms by I .I>II.IIIIII-I %  HOUSE irkel. Wh. Adanu laid Ihe loltowlnat Mi->uf* No II ISM from Hi. ExcelleBry ihe Governor lnlom.ln B Ihf Houor, cerlJin Acti which have ben anenlcd to in tha name and on behnll of 111* Mi.ji--i v ihe King Ha 34 IMI informlna lr House of n arriou* cam ahoruufe in On Mrajfr No S IMI Ugaiglng the Mutual IVfrnc* Aaalalaluv ABrrnneril 0 rw enl Hi %  .-nl ol Ihe United Stalei ol .. i..-1-.ti of Ihe Harbour and Shlppm. %  Mr ihe >ear 1M %  I CuMorn* UM JUvenuo Trade. Sl.ipptn; and Exrllor Ihe Uland ft Annual Report ol Ihe Barbados Pub lnHy Comniittve lor Ino y*ar rndi| .1-1 %  raj m, itotM* of a R*>'ullon to app^ U>e • % %  >''< %  "' Oil., -l. IN B-MIl .. l'd..TH.l Tintiiiii mav i-'M innielb lo •UHabi* candidate* %  M W.icu .,-. lSl.i., to auiborbr the &***•" %  W enit ii tu an arrc-mcnl *r*MV • peraon l< f Ihe rkaparor-aait of •Irlri.re an, A.nculhlre m Inr otrkfe •!•; He aleo lave nolle* of a RxaoIuUon fot lie.**! lo auppleenent Uie Eatlmate. PMI-eB. I'art II, Capital, aa ahown In th> SupulamanUry Eatimatea. Illl-U N> ft hedule lo ihla He, Mr Adam* lave notice of .1 Dill intituled an Ad to amend ihe Natural AA i-i-. The Houae paeied o Rewlmon f> • r. Wi for equipment a' th' Pine Plan lalion and |he Central Llvniorh Farm A Re*hjliou lor IliaeSO fm renalenulpmenl al Seavvell Airport Thev bean conaieetatlon of Reohi tion for ll.eta In eonraKtloii WlOl On proposed rental ol land al Saaiaell The lliH.ee paaard a Bill to amend th\<\ llll il"ll-Ji A Rill to amend ino lllahwar* Ac 1*00 'IMO-M. The Home adiourneH ttAnJ r.eal Tw Butcher Gets Four Months For Larceny IRVINE HANNISTKK a 45car-old buU-her of lie *. Michael was jrafterdaj tonced io four months' I ment wiUi hard labour I i tnci A | t .ii., lareany HamiKtci stole 81 DOUDd .if froien meat the projx-itv a| I '. Goddard ,\ Sons ltd between Aiijnm T and 8 The meat was valued at $38.88 Bannister appealed age decision. Poll,-,. Constable 33tf Oay—a witness tor the prosecution—told the court th. %  Auauol 8 about 1 a m d duty ,-ilong Bay Street wh. n he raw Bannister with a large tag which was placed on th> a bicycle. He nske.1 him whai he> had in the ban -d B;n : %  .,:. < ll Is a piece of wood Whin tinbag was opened he noticed .that it contained frozen men: the property of J. N. Goddard 4 Sons Ltd. Bannister later said thai he hud B lhe ment from the Ice Tact' Wiii tak> %  pond %  ml from Tt. was aceompunted hv Ml t p %  %  i before they Can da %  B with thi company's nee tin eio ed sine die the inquiry tarn oaata ol \> HoUlgam Road si Mtehael %  l %  • %  i oaeututio a. a\ ( %  1 lice w.. ..f the >K.III and On lei and hip areti i'"' nun eruue i bodj imt the heart ai d multiple UQ arrad R %  rnorninej ol h boane uh the. i. $118,650 Passed For SeaweJJ %  %  ii l tiaaata IMI tt, No i i •*--- i i %  the Mi itl my laat visit here in Maj laat vaan 1 are hare opened a P i %  rear v.. b ive an I est level of summer DU •i:i Caribbean area ilnee the 'leninning of th) IM3. More Vivitnri ootinuc %  i tn kda ind TX \ ire axpi Ung to beinj %  %  ho ponj i %  .. Ihoritlc -'ii the > %  >%  . r.C.A'k fle I craf lie augmented within • i IT in outer f I %  ease In Intel' %  Into the United *Due to the i beterean tha Brttleh W %  da, more Intel been ihown In the ua fremht aftrvite to Canada P.C.A are looking i % %  the opening i Co*l new who was placed on probation for [i>uildin: on Lower Broad Blreei 12 months for steniing ;i tm of toward) the and "f the %  ham valued at $24. will provide greatly Improved Mr. ll Waleou IhfobaUonI'acllluei for ihe travelUng puhOfllcer did not teeoninend lei n ' [pick \ a I I %  %  in the ro his loi A I^H whl %  i >u looking ii" %  %  h it. I %  %  tilled the I D \ •• ,i I" T i Lower \V barf Bus) %  I %  %  %  till union \, 'I.I. I %  i .., %  %  %  Wei 1 i i )>viiellr v. T.u.'i il, freefa fruli A quanl %  M i B i! %  .. llHIl •—nor "to %  • plan of I %  S 29.200 ;. %  Coi trol 11.200 11.100 93.000 %  to bring this •^mended f $117.• % %  %  i %  I %  tan of %  • I 18.450 is %  l lo Implement %  .i \irpor* SPECIFY Station with the lo the Bride* Pblk. • %  here he waa charged larceny of the ment Sciben Waldron — Ineper tha criminal records — told the court that he know* Be f probation this charge. for B:i 11 Hon Taxes Collected Mr. Allder said lhat he had no rticular interest in what wag me in that particular parish, but KM within the last number oi %  :taxea wencoilectad .ban when the last holder got hi,< ,II>. he would support the raduoHon. Mr. Mottley caid that the Mill js one which every responsible ember of the House would clcome. Some years ago. on the retirement of tne St. Michael .'arochlal Treasurer, (ft soon as it *as seen lhal there was no oiilance between Ihe Parochial Tn-usurcr's salary and Governnent officials, il was felt that the lalary should not be what it then was and the St. Michael Vestry Hit it on the basil of a salary. The Senior Member for St. ."ieorge had been speaking with liter ignorance of the facts. If wed it to stay at six per •ent.. Ihe Parochial %  • ould lie getting more than the \ccountant General. It was still i question of r 1,250 per annum. Da i think 1 *, he aafcpd, "MM ould go on lo pay a Parochial Veeeurer more than you pay an \ccOuntint General or Colonial %  %  tary/?*" Mr F. L. Waicotl laid thai it rag not a time when there was r\y justification for paying any 'arochial Treasurer on a percente basis. When there w. s Iffl ulty In cdlaeUni tjxes tha /as alright. Mr. l-ewls ^ald that theoubt that there ahoi Ii 'eflnlte salary. Before %  -urer had to Ml in paid hut this was & %  .rosecution. When the pa ling Of the BUI WBI .ml to the vote, Mr, Cos and Mi OIBBt it. Anti^uu Hurricuiic Hr-H Juh Up to reaterdaa .aiarms wenalso received log this Iwefefe. in an Interview with the Advaate re b rdaj Plri I ifhei i It. Craggs i rhil i Ihe Kmi hich i^ ihere I i i is on n way to %  • buse lie %  genuine (Ire where II i ii.\ i.iveii II.., ,.. i ur ind prevent tlw li on* gettlni to the ,1-tie of that file 111 time 11 IM xten. B.N.A. REMOVE CLINIC The Barbados Nui tion removed their CUr Sunday from Bharoi l St as. tu Shop Hill, : %  about 100 yards (roi i the fime site. This was one of the first tl iiu; the Association did after th. An nual Flag Day which was organized last Friday, Tl.1s a more convenient site an, the land f mere At Iween Pasl rneriana %  %  Septembei I, at 1.0" • % %  Past '•-.mi end H Al tra ^ ,f the Con i ... latson, bald in I % %  fOllOwirip. ollii. HrOP Mr. D. A. M 11 Mi It A Se.iU %  i p Ident, Mi D i -.. ret II r, Mr V 0 ...... TudOr Tie.,-I.;. %  1 -. I r %  i Bye ,i C Hope < n i while ud a Id.C S. , rill hold Ihei Annual Reunion Dlnra i Hotel Roj %  %  () A IM \ a w %  %  Rudder, J w. i < A IK..' ... School Kali o tenth*) i -it I "EVEHITE" ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS AND "TLKMLL" ASBESTOS WOOD. CAI*T. FARMER TELLS OF LIFE .7 R)T()\ CAPTAIN W A. FARMEIt. wl ;ifter a soi ics of rouiMs in E land returned l Central Police SUUon on I Acting Deput\ Commlsaionai "f Police In ii i H A Stoute I n mmi .mm-i of I % %  %  %  %  %  M INSIST ON is on tWO weeks' WCStlon, : e where r, month that 1 %  P moulh I'I I 4 At Ryton than weft I from the Horn ind the Co toniei tafclng tl Course. The chief item on the %  %  which each itudent had U One was foi ,m hour and tl othe (or ball an hour. The b i.-.iH I-%  i %  I... r liy Ihe slu.lent. r'oi tl hour lecture the tudenl %  %  %  %  %  I ...d 1(1 I r v irmei %  nibji I ing in Colonial Police I Mao on the programme we e many discussion:i || ... partner wai ipend two w %  District Training S> I Itairordahlrf HI >.r-nt linft'Mi only l;..ie.i ., .-<'. . ltd be %  • %  -. he played UM %  the College U % %  i %  ,t he was fn, 'ollcre and also %  Top Score ReeeeeetithM Rvton in a match No i Training in.tain fanner Irnoeka %  %  %  • IfiwIinP H formal • four for 21 *ow thai I l to duty M-ason In 'he island •HI !• analnst Harris. This matct. -.t 25. i England %  -conn* "9 each 1 • with great .skill but the %  1 riding. lie %  % %  .11! i.owls on %  parmei .-. of the n tb ;-.. %  e and 1 %  ( In th. I %  ... 1 -1 the BngUsh India this winter. %  ,.lnng wit! I on the Oaease March I 3 I'llllM


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PAGE SIX RMIRAIMiS \[>\n( Ml THVItsDAV. AVCVn 9. 1*51 HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON Dales in Packages Heinz Tomato Soup MJiCUlAE ,HCJtt 0 btkn slvp 4LKA-5illZIS I m %  IIVMIKIW mnquukly h< If* rpHEIR Rood look* tell you they're ^tiM n>fcx. You know, loo, when yon look at the price tag, that vou can't get finer value. Illn-trated fa a Tan Oxford choe for Boy* and Youth*. Tied to every pair h \\ir John White Guarantee Shield —tbe -ign which mean* just right 7 Look for il in leading -torein Barbados. JOHN WHITE means made just right \< MODERNISED AND RE-OPENED THE ADVOCATE IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only I'uiiilh Now Chivers Table Jellies 3 Pkgs. for 69 MI Pablum 35 M Frys Cocoa 34 M Beer Usually 63 NOW .-•8 50 11 26 %  i-1 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street THIS NEW FAMILY DRINK Maralyn Milk Plui i> crcany milk . cent I\MIV u> cared ... and tp*.ully uu:hed. Il'a dclkKHit I And IA all taWlv difewcdnoiirithinmi.. .a cup of Matalyn tends you to bed contnilad. You Uip into deep and alccp MU II wotbci away ihc mkunai you get horn wom.oyrrarort %  nuciv — you feel rrlly/rnA n**t day. Maralyn A BOVHIl QUALITY PRODUCT ft costs you fes£ -to buy the best DUNLOP CYCLE TYRES DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING COMPANY LIMITED (KKSWN MOS. SPARKLING drink to refresh you, a gentle, effective axativc to ensure Inner Cleanliwts.' Andrews combines both these requirements, to make the daily round more cheerful, to promote sound bodily health. Tinideal form of Laxative clean* the mouth, settle*, the stomach and tone* up the liver. Finally, it gently clean the bowch, ensuring complete Inner Just take one leaspoonful of Andrew* water, and you have innk to refresh you at any time of the day ANDREWS UVERSAU THE IDEAL" FORM OF LAXATIVE



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ml I:M>\. u (.1ST . 1951 BARBADOS \l>\OCAT£ |-\i.l • i M •. CLASSIFIED ADS. pini.it sins REAL ESTATE The charge for Birtba. Marriage* DssUM A.tnaat| •Ugmar.lB. and In Memoruun noticaa W i • SO or. week-dan md II ID DO S • 1st an* number of word* up lo M Beef 5 u par void on w*-i'i and | • • per word OB 8unda>* tot Nch additional moid For Birth*. Hairuir r announcen.enii charge la BIO for any nunit-r of worde up lo M and • rents per word lor rarN additional word T day i Augtiit .lip l_. CABRIN<;TON a. SCALY, Lucea street %  %  M3,i AVVOIMUIIMS t.OHAtNr. IIAt.l II I ha Bra Very large and !" i re from % %  October i II it ill HOI -i. i OH >AU „,. „ i %  < %  %  s Mdja i rt Can obiain%  Dial MI* S • 51—fin j I at I -it .-.a I One 1 V I hou*c with dml al Br, tton'a beach rnH tlim SO Can r. |MMW. and tha balance Apply lo D'AH-% A s,.,tt Ma... AUCTION AM. INK OUA1 HI I f from ASPRO Colda and flu diapellvd headache* cleared-—thmc .wilt relief from Rheumatic and Neuralgic Paint Neevlnrae Rleeplewrieia Let ASPRO %  .< akl NOW 8 I :.l ion MADE to BMaavra srtthM a dav if I A 1,-llc. Wnrtcnanahlp ROY nigk m 11 % %  OH HOI K.AV III;III.Ti. r Bpicc* BANTA M..R1A .nvrlleel hotel In Caribbean. R-.'.e. Iron, f OU per head per dar GRANf HOTFXin h*-.t real. dcntl.l dialncl unlrr Go.ernment House Mil. h-itr. from t Co par head per da> SEASIDE INN-On Grand Ana Bathing Beach llalaa from ft 00 par head per day Icui.rio lu D hi Mingri. Grc.ada. ." N Ml FOR Mil AUT OMOT1Y %  IT.... n nd condition Appl. to H %  KM Cap ...I Biilllr INDF.R TIIK -II \ l l; IIAMMKK ... wr oill nail on Prlda. lha 1Mb a| ...n (eiieel n IIC Cat* li a I TermI i*i, s -IK. TROTMAX A CO. lu< Ii"n. .1The Door Is \\ iile Open OM Sl-l€ Dr-partmmt of %  till bo work fur th. Sg of dlMfrfwmrtit Athewm said thr S' rrnmenl ftaOUld st;^v> n..II f< .• m.r.'U in by dcL>. in tolnllif HithOUl •i HI i .iti lug mil [Hi s.-t forth i" "St* 1 %  (Hunt tin vide open to liw ; akm iu partldp %  WOrM m :n.ik ; iiK Ih%  .. cfTi.'t.. t At"li'i 'I • lid BJ) i\iiuilik, %  -it Trurtrlt Nik >no chan;t' eUft. "II the Soviet Union MM fMU to r.'irh eacrt rigJliilc agr*'tO n( Ihesr objectl\ NllMr] within tl %  WwHam" Arhi'son said in a pi — piired iiUiU'tin'i.i wblcli lo reporter*.— I T. f IM7 Model CAR Auattn A til „, aoocj ApaWI -H H Duranl. Grove M l".il.p I'MISOMI. Married ailalm %  tr..rtlnc any debt or debla I I i %  b) 4. written ord* T U I ill I*. I i AHTOI. Tha Public li hah| arr.ed WANTaW Minimum rharae i,*ek 71 m M cci.li 5hda>t M u-onda — icordi 1 rrnli a irord week • i HI" 1 %  %  .'. .. ('.. lid "Mill l I.I.KK !••. I at O Chalknor L BM—I.I A : % %  I II -t. : M \l,-l -i I rW-iili>ii< to the MM** spciabuir.' l-idy Ton. riarh Short Wllla rH |> !" I paraonalH/. 'Hi' ofnee opatlanc* Salary UBO ri-uia: to 10ti 00 pel month Apply Uirarloriilr Oani I .1 M I lea Mnuar Bulldmaa. Broad Rt MISUhlXAMSOUS uovn rn M pttojacTOii oi %  .i> l. mm Mo\-la Pllm Projaclor wilho.il und. Phone 0M1*. I 1.51-an WANTIIl IK 1.1*1 Enallah Couple mi lurnlahed FUI or Bungalow. lr>n let llnan. War*. n>frlc*raior oaaaniial. Wni* O Bo. or Telephoii. mo I.IIM A IOI \JI CinQVB N U U> I" i rC -iada p.i nbl* lo I Heal I I'll' i rawardad returning i %  Parochial Traaaur Pi Michael II 1M > i'ATiin CASE KCnaa dark bl •e. Photoarapha Find*T I : .d Bcriea Y M piraaa return aaaw i a si-h Blk Rock WE ARK BUYERS Kb ,.^ s'.inipi. •ra. Good priCM I KinniAN >i >' -"I n i v tad Floor. No. 10. Swan II. mis RALI'll BEARIl'N TOY AMI FunNITVIIr. 1'AY WHAT YOl' I 1KF IIAVF. WHAT YOl' 1 IKK CAl.l. I.OMI.R B *1 A To-day's (i. A. Son)! 'I ..ml to br happy "but I can't be happy tall I have a Gas Cooker too! . Hubby take note FURNISH florae & Offic-.THt, MOSrT/ SAVING WAY NEW and r*na'l !' %  Bpringa, Laiha. Bur*-iua lift up. aa, Cradl-.. M<>i I A oprlaallhe Cumnion.. Bedroom A Kitchen CaMnal • land*. Da*ki. ':. Olaaa Ci i..rJera Marble Blab Bewina M. • %  for hand and %  ,lorkiti'tl and Bootmakinf L. S. WILSON SPIIV SI. AuatJti lo h p and Ford 10 h p lini order AppU I Dear'a GaiaurK .'• %  1 a 11 On I U one Ford Prelect ir dltlon Further particular* i ara H M J..ne. Limiled. Telephone MT app-y I. 11 Company. Sir Alec Knew Late King Abdullah Well Hah. on a %  united slaves on ttoottf*) th. Mi t >es had a conhimetl UMl altaWUflh only 3S. h Bg on Saafi It Dalgtd bo dm i" t" BMHB iiiui %  Abdullah. Haj was rikorl fair-skinned, with H : trimmed blown beard, masking I hismooth fat-e and short lips. %  %  % %  ; tniii-**, iuid was vharm1 ing (in acquaintance. He stood not '. I v.ith til OORMTI m mo*t e*y fishiin. .c.. %  i II into serious talk. Unveil I bUBMHt seetnetl to f,i.l • IV > Mithen those his words, and argued shrew .11. .onversition continued. I bi IBM more and more sure thai AbdUlaBn was tK> balanced. to> cool, too humourous to !> %  a HpMtaU* the armed prophet who. if history be true, in revolution. !h>. mallM Wou'ii ...t. %  |-rli.ips m the Bar -iK-ieta," # I \ I I i: . VI WMKKFll int.. AUiulU.hV Umt, aWnoUBCtBg D complete till an anibitiot, i.. .|. lO I'.Ii.„Hfln v.it(i men. machine guns. explosives, and automatic ininc-. enmigh for a m.-un eltort -Mu! AWhill.th was n pathetic, lie wauled to i.ilk al-.ul Unroyal families of Europe, or the Haltlt of UM Sonime; ihr •!, mgrch of his own war bored hm ('All Our Dudae nolor cm 1 'll„. pi,,, i IMS %  peclal Uei.i CAB: Oox IMI HI Klta*) A-l condlllot Cole a Co.Ud man Saloon In aban. Milage under MM a a si a„ CAM %  •( %  I'd Saloon ,.nl> tfOOO mile, in excellent condition Ford INI Prefect very suod condnion and reaaonably priced Mnrria I h p going reaaonable Morrl. fl cylinder low milage and good michanical caadlUOB Ford mi VI gums cheap ltM Itoyal Cheaply Priced. Fort Royal Oarage Lid LONDON. HURRYING back to London ).i*i nignt vrai -,n AltN Kirkurnlc. BtitW. Min.sk-r ti. tinArab BUM of Jordan and lifelong i i friend of the ;i-.r ,:..,'t i Km.. Abdullah. .1fai to go. Fat Sir Alec happens lo be on Britain. Hia assessment of the ittuataon created by the murder is baini eagerly awaited by both Whitehall and by Washington. For Sir Alee, who has lived in Jordan almost continuously since | u „ ( iiu. t.. t < %  < %  I ta CAB '.' •; Fxcrller.l runn ..ii run) T-o any apeed raasoaaMa i r>< ixiru lJ0. T n Model. %  madman ... i ba* n aler; independrnl front i glvea uerf-cl ride al icr leaving laland No rcluaed l-honc 4171 1 a 11 Hit ELECTRIC A IHIT r*l*\TI tfasaMhouH double 1 Plale. perlect oia. a 11 -In FUKMTl'KK OFUCE CHAIH.s .lu.t received ahipmanl of Office Posture Chalre with Hire* paint adjustment See them today a T Oeddes Orai.l Ltd or Dial 4441 I B.ll-t f n. MECHANIC*. I. %  "teal Sack Truck. ley,, alao Spare WheeU %  Trollara MS00. Tnwki Ml O0 8 P MUSHON WIN A ( Dial 3711 %  ,1 Trolii Tj rat nd ua on H 11 |B MISCELUANEOUS SC -One lad lea Gahardlne Mire M One blue Homeapu" I Phone Hill V I II In MFOASS At Pout Bqua.i %  i %  P MUSBON SON A 3713 KFCORDSCharlie Kuns. Ding. Swing and we will order for you If we aven't got II In stock A 11 %  • a Co Id 7.M I I a. vi IH ii Minns Tat catla pa* aoaie line OH iceek-dapt and 11 came per aoate line on An "day r. nlnlittrm ckarpe SIM cm iseek-dayi and IISO on Sunday/ NOTICE ie Parochial Traaaiirer'a ofilce I Mli..il will he .loaed at II o'clock no Thursday sih Auguat IBS) era iii'inis Parochial Trenrer. | | '.!.. %  .. I S IIIn IN TIU: MATTr.R IS III! %  • I I | I I.mi n her*by glv ml NOTK i: Ilora ol the above-named Compiin atkh la being volunlarlly wound up. % %  reunited. o n or before the Firal da) ol October 1*11 being trie djv tor I hat purpota flsed by th* undenigned Alfred DeCourcy Bnyre. Ihr Liquidator of the aald Company. lo %  %  I . %  .-! %  %  i f of their debla or claim*, and Ihr and addrnaea of their Solicitor* II to lha imderaigncd. and it ao req b. notice In writing from t?w I Lquldato' i an .. Iheir aaid debu ,l:iim. at HKh lime and pih.. •pecirted in au.h nollce. 01 %  . ^111 b e.cluded trort tiibutinii made brf< auch debts ara provad. Dated thl* Mlh da, of Julv. IMI At-FHED DeCol III \ l-.\i. ol No H Jama* Street. Brtdgetow,, I.IO H.l-l he fgfal went out there m 1921. Is the lor authority on th. JORDAN itself — O—pkU j-iverly and eoitiirai.it,., cance In sue — is recognised both states as '. ns of the West in the Middle East. Tha other two an Turkaj and Israel. Like Turkey and Isrjil. Jord m hu a ueii-trainr.i army of high r ig h ting value. Lit-e llieni. too, %  Ids of vital import.n. as transport bases ndn "fT p..ml.-. While King Abdullah lived Jordan's loyalty to lha Watt, i ^liuii'lnwn wilh the Soviet Union, was unquestioned. Just as is that of Turke During RW recent visit In Amman 1 heard none of till fl M ' tan talk wliuh 1 had heard from Arnb leaders In Bagdad, Hi-nut and Dam ample While Kmic AlKlullah v active power the West had every reason to anticipate thai the Jordan armv (which, under Its Britlan .iiivtsory staff, is at Plantation P"*" 1 undergoing a mput • i, an .sion and modernisation) would evai fot %  tha quarrel with its i.iaili ncighboui II Bovhrl mvu%  ii.ii called fur a (Mint rathe Middl. | T-he quest* sir Alec %  I 'HI to answer now Is this* — The Avoissiii I think It is siEniflrant that the :, ., %  it: .., ., I';iii 'tini.ii ..r.,.,| the half-million .. bo bad ( i "-MIJot dan i Itlzeni when Palestine was rhvuled between Jordan and braaj In April 1949 He was a former henchman of eont LUabb anU-Jewlah and anli-Alklullah eX-Mua*U 01 Jeniiatlarn. me e I'iiU-tlninn Jordnnltes pi > inl v bean Ini %  under the intluenee of Cominform agantt, who in their ntnpoganda have oMnly called f >i the assassination of Abdullah. TinrVaatlnlanj hava also been making a Krouit i Htar iiitlueiu-e in the rjf Jordan atla tions In AiiKiist were |Oing t lha Brat real teal of the i itj^ngth It is conceivable thai the ihoi k of the king's asaasfeina th.renova] of his powerful proWestern personalitv from a people still accusuanad to follow the strongest leader n to listen more %  %  I, naan ajaaaant Arab l^-uion one decudve factor will ithe Arab I#gion. in which the Palestiniana had so far ii carefully m bounds, But however thlngl turn out fOI th, oil SOI tidier lie-.. Fallal PlCeon Hole l %  %  future one lading I .. Jordan, without Alxiullsh, lofiger quite the certain bulw.iik nf lha West which it still was 34 hi. in.Hi, IHH MAJESTY KING AB IH II \ll MIS IH -s| IN G.C.M.G., QBE, was born In MaOM the Moslems' holy city. m years ago. He was the second %  on -.1 the late King Hussein of thy Hejaz. and elder brother of the late King Feisal of Iraq H. ruled 400.fH)0 people. IN THE KAISERS WAR. h, pa i|)l>' 'iel|)ed Lawrence of Arabia lo organise raldl on Hie German, :>nd liie Turks. In 1921. Mr. Churchill, than War Secretary, had him appfuitcd Emir of Transjordan. He becam i king tif ihe sove-r-i|n || %  ni State of TTanawrdnn in 1940. VISITED BRITAIN ,n 1941' was the guest of the King at Balmoral. Mad greet fa,lli n Glubb Pasha (Maj. -( John Glubb). who niaaJa his Arab fagall of •,000 a legendary desert lighting force. Had a marvellous memory, played top-cliss faaara, loved poetry His harem COntaJraad I wives prescribed as a maximum by the Koran (one of them was a Negress whom Abdullah found helping the cook In the palace kitchen i WHEN HE TRAVELLED BY AIR. he ciTicd a compass, so Id • pi 'a-' towards Mecca when saying his prayers. Br LAWRENCE Or Alt till* i| Uiilcd I ruin "The Srvrtl I'ilBWI <>' Wisdom" ipuhlMo-d lit Jonathan 4'apel dearrihlng Ihe time when Ihe great soldier, mystlr. and kingmaker hrlped Abdullah to carve out his nation. ga DESCRIBING HIS I IRS I MEETING WITH \l)lll I .All — SHERIFF ABDULLAH, the B) IN IMI DIMRT . hi* kindness and i harm, 1 was i these people had no personal i 'Abdullah passed his merry I a, cesaibli limiting suppliants or new adherents, or the hearing of disputes, to one public session In the afternoon For the real he read the papers. -Abdullah and his friends *oult_spend much of the day and all the evening hours tormenting Mohammed Hassan (Ihe court fool). They stabbed him wilh nied him. dropped sunheated pebbles down his back, set him on (Ire. "Sometimes Ihe jesi would he elaborate, as when they laid | powder trail undei the rugs, and lured Mohammed Hassan to sit %  II iti ajd "Once Abdullah shot a coffeepot off his head thrice from twenty yards and then rewarded his long-suffering servility with three months* pay. "Abdullah would sometimes ride a little, or shoot a little, and return exhausted to his tent for massage, and afterwards reciters would be introduced to soothe his aching head. "He was found of Arable verses ind exceptionally well read. The local poets found him a proAtsil la audience He was also 0 Nab iv and letters, and wftuUl have grammatical disputations In his tent Bnd adjudge money prizes # IN ACTION . -While they hesitated, thencame up Abdullah, the impcrluibable improvident, adventurous. ..'.,. (a.n.i rratwni Coiiluiuilists liiiinrr U ill;: v. :i\ as front page I bad rruKh Joa OWn words" by cancelling the scheduled Sunday trm %  ing alter Jo* had said he would attend It aaid: "This self-contradictory and confused attitude ol the American side, shows how hard it has to try to find pretexts Kji •Mining tune so as to adjust the >n that has arisen out of | exposure of its unreasona) Ulinoa regarding a military ioi mareation line." The broadcast referred to the deadlock among iruee negotiatm iver the hk-ation of an armistice ouffeizone between opposing ..i lineCommunists gave their propaKidgw.iy's message tl to resp, al zone oi | ceasefire negoti. %  • %  an war have been interrupted urday and there it no Intrjcati.i when they may be resumeecting ihe propert. right i 1 lien i ii I mentioned the piopecl, their etalrna wuh their wll leatet irasaed I I Frktai i*t., Ihe hour, of 11 noon and 3 I'rlor. In lha alteinooo al the Reg I Mr at ion om. • Public Bulldlnga niidg.io-n before Ihr Mlh day of September. IMI. in orde. that *uch .l.ummay be leported SB and lanked arcordliis to I he It %  ncSS *uch peiHin* will be pierludad from Ihe henerli. of any d-rrae and bo deprived ol all claim, on M agalntl Ihr SSH riairittff LEBTKH I.EBOV GILL %  Sal HOBITA GORDON COOL' riiopri'TY AJJ. THAT cerlaii *ugar pUnl.nion called "Tins BPA' 1 %  iluala In lha I gaJM Jou-ph in thla Ulaod arid CWnUUiIng by e.lmialloo 111 Acre* M pen he. uf laud oi thereabout* abultlnf a.ul bounding on lands now or lair of Moml Wilt.,.,, r.rke.. Iliihu.mil Hill. Cane Oarde.. and rrullful -iill ..late ol W N Vaughn. J.-eh rliacl.haw. Samuel l Frederick Augu-tul-hmael and on the public load or ho waver .l-i Hie same niav ati,.t and 1I loBaUwi with Ihe menage .,. dwell windmill. Itoiltng hou*e and olh.-r bml.ling. thereon -oil theret.. Wlouglnn WIU.IAMR. ma. 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ESTABLISHED 1895 THURSDAY. AUGUST PR1C Communists Ignore Ridgway's New Demand For Guarantees si i mi s rovriMi SAY ALLIES USE POISON GAS T-P tr a , TOKYO, August 8. | Hi united Nations negotiators flew back to Korea to await the Communist reply to Oen eral Eidgway's ultimatum on the resumption of the suspended truce talks. Communist radio sta tions were expected to broadcast the reply some time tonight or early tomorrow. T i, he T?1? 8 „ Up t0 a late honr toda y ha ft armistice talks. lfidgw;iy su-pendrd driidlocked| rnistlc* talks Sunday on the, i round, that the presence n etitioii. They asked "immediate' resumption of ceaseM yesterday thai the ineiden! WBi mm %  >: \ He said he doubted the violation ientj| and demanded on InmcUd guarantee arnlnst future before consenting to llM truce conference. Chief United Nations' negotiator Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy and three o ther United States' inemmo, ,.1-tlW JUna~ iwgutiaiun; If.im flow h.irk lr> Korea early fi-il.i\ IK. in weekend talk' with ffldgway in Tokyo I h.ive no Idea when the talk-; will be reamI in .": iv.il at Seoul's Kimpo airfield '"I will wait until the Communist* anaww Qmnl Rldifiraj'i last message. Other than that. I havo no comment." There se em e d little prtsspad thai armistice contervncM could i resumed K %  i %  it 'MI-.Thin rdaj .it the lading as hours A.ihmit ;i Communist % %  Ridgway's last mesROME. August 8 Premier Alcide De Gaspen's new pro-Atlantic Pact Governincut won its first vote of confidence in the Italian Senate today, by an unexpectedly comfortable margin of 10 votes The Senate vote was 151 for De Gasperi'two-week-old Cabinet and 101 against with 8 abstentions. The new Anti-Communist Government. De Gaspen's seventh since IMS, includes 14 members of his own Christian Democratic Party and three Republicans. De Gasperi was faced with his nccond vote of confidence tonight in th Chamber of Deputies, where hi* Christian Democrats are tar stronger than in the Sen. al, 'i and h< wo* sure of an cvon more resounding victory Thei-e Only 3g0 of the Senate's 346 members were present, making T>e Gasperi's required poll for victory 131 votes. The final Senate head count gave him 20 more than needed. De Gasperi's supporters Included 141 fellow Christian Democrats, six Republicans. 3 Independents and one rightwing Socialist. Opposition votes came from Communists and left wing Socialist Senators who selred on the debate >l> attacks on the Atlantic Pa.'. —V.P. SiK'ialisIs Pull Out Of Cabinet PARIS Aim. 8. Th. a b late on Wednesday night j DO) 1' participate in the formation of t> Government headed bv PU-vcnA i delegation conu.tmg ul lhheads of the Party and a number of Socialist merrIMH Voted 2'J againd (i uith four aDstentlons not !o parTfeJl will probably have an adverse effect on the %  tl' paitiiipjt.on, dnn thi are unwilling U) be member, of the I net dominated by Catholic Popular Republican' lent! —l' P li" 1 *,-!! 1 1 "T'V !" — n, Gasperi'-. policy to step '"" theii Poison Gas p. king's latest propaganda ,>ioad>ani accused South Korean : using poison gas on the ftemooa l June 2~. three days after Suviet Ambas.s.dor Jakob Malik first suggested They aaid South Koraan Itas shells from 60 m.m mortars during an attack north of the rlwachon Reservoir in the Central Front. They said, "afte axploding they (the shells) emit MI Murk yellowish black smoke Twenty-seven of our men were affected on tho spot, two of whom died." Another Peking broadcast charged that HO United State*' 1 minted China's borders by flying over north-east China :ti* times between July 17 and August 3. Unlike some similar propaganda %  %  .. %  ,...' however i i barge the Pianei dropping immb" a. On Pare 7 More Control On YouthH At Rally HCKI.IN. Aug. B. sector authorities cxrciscd more rigid control over eaaeflre in thousands of youths who crossed the iron curtain from the big communist youth rally to steal a glance at the wonders of Waal Berlin. Previously youtns could ride free anywhere in the city, anal or west. The Red Government also opened a big propaganda campaign to convince youths that danker lurked on the western side of the curtain. West Berlin Press reports said that eight youtha. observed at a West Berlin Socialist meeting, were arrested by the Communist 'peoples' police" when they returned to the Soviet sector. The iT.munist Press advised delegate* ihat they were liable to arrjU by Western police if the Pleven Asks For Approval PARIS. August a Rene I at .,.• | to the French ". %  pprove him *n Premier, declaring Prance ha' raffen I fiom th~ 10-daj ortsu and that she must be united in order to %  • inn-' and DM Kile III uitertiaUo.ial aff.i.is and in the unlnc.'km of Europe," He told d'-puue. "Oui kaj po* siuon imon.' Atlantic Pact nations imposes upon us heav> duties and also gives us rights. Foi many monthPrance) hs-s stressed that befoic .• single metua < II HI necessary lo insure the unity of 'one. ptioo, of command of armaments, and eing for dapsBcO "! free nations.' Pleven, leade r of a snvll SocUUlat and Dernociatic resistance Union (UD.S.R.) who told %  dent Vincent Aunol yagti was prepared to form a n n w CoailUon Government > crally expected lo Will confidence vote. Heavy applause y tata d bal 35 minute speech ina %  ppearad to cciitlrm this. But his jjiuncea of reeelvlng Bubnequenl Assembly approval for his dime part> CoaUUon Cablnal appaarad weaker in view o* Socialist and Radical hesitancy lo jon li Cabinet although sup*>ortini; bin i'ly. IM' Koroa \\ ar Cost U.9. $5,000,000,000 Estimates Senator WASHINGTON ^ 1 ^• | I Congress received an ujlOCl Ota] [esttnuiti .' %  thai u Iwai m Korea aln-a.lv hUeM the ;U S, $3,UOU.OUU.(01> li. • came from Rasraaantatlve Oexargi iMahon as the House of HepresenJtatives started a debate on the ICCMl.t |~ %  idsai for the I endlnii next June 30 Muhon, Chairman of an AppioSub-committee n Ml h drafted the bill, told a reportei that while Uu< 200 Red Soldiers Killed By UN Guns EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUAJt PEI ,\. Aun Umte hours. Allies moved rir i|e h 1; nlowly in the face of ht-a/ n:. chine gun and mortar fin mid-day had secured tfii Hra Northeast of the iron hampered both allied an md patrol ob*ervq,>n Cloudy skies and aoitterci mowers curtailed both air era ground activity on the Korear front. Only reconnaissance) patio s ind ligh' prohing attaehf weie by ground force* Far Ea*i A.r Forces HeV a r. • lui ed number of sortie*. | action on Tuesday occurred we.! m* ( horwon. Ailied-he.'* foTflBBJ SOUUIWMI wiehor of the Communist central front "iron triangle". Three hundred Communists hackoil by artillerv iii*drove Allied patrols from high ground there. However, other U.N patrols rethe House Un-A WASHINGTON. August H man, SS at i unit d Stales Comniuru-t %  ., am i % %  the Qovi tdown on the Cotmr.uiii i pi.! y II tal area. Federal Bureau ol 1 vestigalion agents nabbed the Baltimon midnight as he arrived el BoJ mon I .. :. I '. airport fr-m Now Yorll i irfed with %  Ch and advoeMe the viol.ni ovarthrow of the iiiir.-i Btati OovernmeoL lie wns held in Baltimore < and was to be arraicIx-fore the Unit* miseioner m Bartunore Hiaverman's arirst brought to 8) the num < oni 11 ad of, in'!. U %  hW, "i ''rested 0B similar charges undoi A'l Fight arc slill Mumht A Juatice Di pertinent an. ... AI.MI %  i Oartei iJ J H<.wni McOrath and P.BJ | Director J Edgar Hoov.i *.> %  < that although Sraverman nav.M baa admitted Communiat part) ..thluiL -ii. ne haa leen identilled ty acUvitie* iiwr IW44 The Dep.o (im-nf said Braver.. %  Attorney f (, r ian) peu !. %  member) In ""' capital area tot tavaral years, and ha.' repreaeoted persons i riliation before THF DUCHLIW OK KENT I ies the lO'tnm' of RHIUTIII* I. .1 Fasti irk. %  undral Hall. • i.na pulsed a Hed attack south v/eal of Kumson. 25 miles Bast of Chorwon. I'.p. Ill DINNER FOR SAUDI ARABIAN FOREIGN MINISTER I-ONDON, Aug. Foreign Minister Amir Faur.il of Saudi Arabia was entertaine-i at dinner on Wednesday night by Britten Foreign Herisart Morrmon The dinner followed talks "on mattei lual interest', the Foreign OfnW said earlier The talks will cuntinuf al lens* to Thursd.iy and I 1 'on a ten-day state vis. t. Other guesU included Saudi Arabian and Egyptian Ambassador. md Syrian Min%  uthantte, they were based on the hsu-rs. the Chancellor of the available la Con*Iataehenuei iii.gh Galtakell, Mari Acttvltlei Commit! lie is a iTi.n.lxi of Ihe National liiu'i labelled %  Comnunlal fronl IN the i-'nameru-an Vclivit it head ,,r {l,p Ch 11 Ltbet Baa a ol the Baltimore %  II' liussiuii Makes 12,'i Driving Mistakes WASHINGTON. An* I %  t IN nriataew when he took i Dialrict of coiumbia drtvr*i licence teal The te^t leiiuireinent was leeeiniBatteBsd ci to include Bo*, iat n | in II pi .il t"l ullliust lln; bl< on i' 8 %  ,.., %  • %  • in. faiJo.i the first time came h*>< h I i M %  i; iv and not a Hcen •• Bui n .. i fj .. .. Turned eornara loo wsdt B ought .in to %  hall with [era twiei i oruj han I ne—-l Single "it. nc< im I mg too fast. reAaujig to yield rhjhl : %  %  %  %  In other v %  ; > V hti |e. BO0I 'l"T.:r.. I ping in in —t'.P. Three Will Sign Pacific Treaty WASHINGTON, hag H The Unib .. rruttuil Becurtt) Tt> ilml lion in %  %  tmeni i llciaily annouiii'eil on W\>iii>esiiu> m i %  i ,-..i lii'i unofl'v lallj Th" orn I \ tdma that narli rmmtrv would "mwi iwnmon dJiri| i %  %  ri lh %  i %  Iran \sks Recafl Of U.K. Consul ahel Sir John Slessoi Staff, and other snld To-day'a Weather Chart sunrise: 6* a.sa. Bonaet. e.ai pn> Moon New Lighting Up 7.00 p.m. High Tide: 8.10 a.m. tj 18 p LOTT Tld-r 2 11 am. 3.4B entered Ihe United State oFrench sector. Far from being arrested, som? (1 the yciuths have had the time oi their lives in Western sectors. The police said that more man IK) 000 youths—20^. of the throng UJthered here for the 15 days %  festival of peace"—have created into the West to gape at the brimmine; shoyi in this "enow window of democracy." ^ 'Deep Freeze Woman Leaves I Ios/A la I CHICAGO. Aug. 8 Dorothy Mae deep-freere" woman who has t. th fi • %  %  [ amputated, leave hOaBttal on Wednesday, six months after she lad aitti .. bod] I d 'he lovreal In medical hislo Old Negress is called (he "de. p fr.e/" P v in which she was froaen io aub-7.ero weather last PelaTeMIH l astounded dM Ug I V Industrialisation For South Korea NEW YORK. Aufi. 8. saw : ^-S3H^S Rt-lict Agency. .ndicMed on Wfdnosday al a Prc Comer Ht-iicf Agency ence. He said North K..r. I 1 oopulution of more than nine mhi*ren halved during the :!iere has been apeculat.on about the rehabilitation of -. %  a because "before the country's indusn North %  ,-t from scratch a new Industrial fa I P I Human Luggage LONDON. Aug. 8 Health M.ni-.tei Hilary Marquand said on Wednesday toe 1 many persons were railing ambulances under the Natnmal Health Plan. Ha said the atrvloa anoulj not be rilled upon to convey a i or from a hospital Smplv because he wan luggage — I f SESSION DEFERRED FU:S)HN'; MKAIHJWS. Aug. 8 r antsDonced thai I ritv Council leaalon oo thBun Canal scheduled for Thursday morning u postponed until next week "on the request of several delegations" — I'.P. Chief high mini ISENATOR BELIEVED EATEN BY CANNIBALS PARIS. Aug g The Council of the liepui He La having trouble finding a replace*-' 't %  %  '.• Ii ik.i "•porteil to be morg than ,i HI the French IVOTJ Africa An ofllcial of t:,. ppei Houaa said on Wednesday %  e up hopot lor who vrag n.i %  spring of IMSU Big nontba ago a human sHuli was found In the (ima-le* or the i-t. but nothln n M lal said Wr .,Mnave trout;. %  in for election."—I'.P. h ii U.S. Congress Asked To Aid Chiang Kai Shek WASHINQTON, Am B The Trumgri Admlnletration haa ask %  men thai : / 4 %  %  %  %  I | v folio* %  %  %  .iud Ihe t'iole.1 Pad I i %  .:,n Mm. Una", it %  uggesi^ %  %  %  %  %  Spies Arrested FKANKFUHT. Aug 1 radio re;.. Wednesday that the It..but State Security organs "aided by the wntchfulnes.%" of %  atrealed "many Titoist spies" throughout last weal Thbwadea al heard here -aid ran arrested mainly In but wime were caught in other parl ountrj It added that they mnitrated Romania from Yugo*'.;. were in the service of the "Yu can be Punjab or an;, thai India". The eommunJq %  truth is that it is phraa lo divert plies of an K %  -li' Ltd .I jonUis ago that the Unit would not provide military aio or advice 10 Fonniiwt" Admbll nation aourt' i fc I itee pol no i oonftned i %  • in K'ie %  anatffel Session i'ii" n rmmoaa i i haa bee n deaci %  %  %  -•e^ In .n ot th hould bi Heidi ..... %  i .ou i n attack %  ; men %  I %  II %  i . %  ... rtl Riel |... , ..,-., P %  bv I>er .:.t Sei %  %  %  p %  i %  II Ragman %  r rai I V ft.i.t I' 1. i i^< %  e| ... ei. %  .. r %  i turn tor) 11 lal ings" givei i n hy th • i sally ot th %  port %  rYogr a aama at lOJO .. i %  %  feme ot ilhei than .o l.uilii U| CI i' forres for at1 •II .inland NlUtao Aa|Md H mill. i ramme 11 • i r CotnmKte) tad M.. I II" rhapa farat on pile 1 %  Il %  %  H on pace | %  lllalled %  July 12 Official mlted i — IP The"ADVOCATE" payt for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night Soviet Union Told Of Truman Letter co> %  • %  i State*, i -h la.. %  %  \ lai Shveralk i %  The Door Is Wide Open — Acheson Tells Soviets iSHINGTON, Aug. 8. Acheson was asked a-hether he that quite possibly so. He an n said he ras extremeC WASHINGTON. Aug. 8. Secreury of Slate Dean Acheson told a press conference on Wednesday that he an would quite probably makfc a number of e moves before the Japanese Peace Conference is held in San Francisco. SeptemAcheson was asked whether he believed the community' the Pre -cican officials asserting HasaahVi ilesire for peaceful relations would t>e followed by similar peaee declarations before tht Conference. The Se • H possibly so. He adned %  I %  at declaration. He id thai he expected before the conference met th<.' %  propaganda put out on the sublaid hi %  operation which II ire %  Isowini In I %  he was opt erntng the are tlll nun I pmenti %  iat ih. United %  Patuatan eountrie* %  veloped %  %  %  | %  i %  OUI I %  %  j %  %  %  0 On —If



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[ %  vi.i ivw> HARIIAllOs VDVIX VII THURSDAY. VI (.1ST 'l IM1 CaAib QaUinq T l ah i to arrive d at 6 a.m. on T nn no.i.' I 1' air i Mian Mi %  M K <" I Mr. and %  Mi .'.i ; *vi %  : v II. Mr. and Ml t \%  H Tbocnt, :. II T lOI Be. Mr tiam Married In Trinidad M .tighter of BupCfl SI John 1 %  i Tnnid .1 tat Crawford of Un.OT. son t • % %  ( Baling London. To Encourage Tourittt M l all a*! DnJlj B.B.C. Radio Programme IHI ai>t AI oi at %  IWI 11 1* %  m Pl.nr.maw P*t*4m. Il 1 a m UMlMn D-i. r 11 49 %  :.' noon Trie New. A - M M II SI H %  • p ... x !" > |> nt H-dn. It p "i Hook* la raad. a X I knr ltBf| %  A) | %  M p m. Fr-am Ilw Edllurl-la. Tha HnlMr. Aaaotlallon. • 15 ivilton Players: • SO p in Do you ,b*r. • •> p m SftKial IHipnlch Na. 10 10 p m Interlude. Moray NkUltn Tlkm %  a a a-a? a ""• "'• f'#. 1 #. %  out Mia THE SINNER OF MAGDALA Bp M lal Ta-a I M a a* TRAI1 TO GUNSKsHT i OLD CHISHOLM TRAIL 1ST 'lid Mar* MA(,HAU:\l Oraai o-r.i. Ptisan : %  in. a • at aa •• %  . m %  a %  THE IlKi KNKKOIT I// MID • HAM!" .. II K-l •"• • v IO-n\Y OM.Y I.IO A H.30 FOX DOUBLE ...ROL NA1SH LYNN ROBERT JOHN HOWARD HEATHER ANGEI. it. iihuus aan WHIM MONSTER V>V/rV/r*> TO \OI K /.MM... I .. r. a. OIST1N %  -.*#-., Dial KIH4 !• %  • %  • nil <.a.i\ i ..W.I... Data i KUjU-rtim Thtt tfKSE BMJ KMCa K. %  ( i I// tun M , , Mil UA.s MIONITE 1AT I MM I -in | M, *HI/ON < v. ION. Ml Of l HOME of the passenitrn who arrlvad by Iho LAV. Special FUglifrom Vencsuala yesterday ara seen allghUnt from the aircraft. This type of aeroplane unlike moat of the aircraft operating through III*Walt, baa it own flight of atop*. After the plane baa parked on th apron the ateps are lowered from the tall of the plane. Twenty seven pahaengera arrived on thlSpecial Flight. Three Yean ' ** rV/f ,! < %  ')>AKLES MAINCKir (,,,., M dlan who haa b* bridge Union, still has nviny ds In the town. CambnJgi Dior Uses Modified 1947 Look FII.FEN ASCROrT: farts No N'w Look this time from M Dior. Like most or lht> othei Paris designers he returns to a modified version of the old New Look of 1947. Individual trends an slight ly longer skirt* and shorter jackets. Loose martingales arc plated high Ju*t below the armpit.*. Wide i ecklines even on day clothe*, but no deep "pluilgaa," But he iotrodues no wvoliitinnnry change*. In fact, so much is the American market in 1 the mindof Fun. !, that many of the clothes begin • lo look more American than 1 French. 1 Christian Dior chooses black for ;iutumn for all times of the day. Secondary colours are shades of brown and IK hag of yellow spice. For GART/LN — ST. J:\MEil>^T Sl"i TOMTTB S 30 %  anoMG I.IRI mi r\i.iMih\ iuHiMrnKli Lon *Vot J — m. Maaai M %  •• %  e !" TTA low rwti <-ela> * le taa feiei "NtfrWlTl 1 ^T in. SS cJr e tohi n s corSu'io' cvenind,nce dresses ,nd ennoUn i l l llH aboui HX uncoln. line ball gown* theni whita, %  mlerful blending n -Ire-.. Strapless Top-. Minister Buyi N-w Home M M <;KOI 18-yaar Ac* app. one of the world's hiKhest-patd cartoonists. From K.oFFUKY DK FHEITAS. |,K rimile-atrln character L'll %  Inn nuiklng %  B Area, In %  i rl ado Trinidad ArrivnU •'* v Ltd in Iiini. .. . • l"'Cti to btba month, >> oi thing. into plane i i end tr Ifa ctapa vrortunIn vVi..vui-l u for Max|hn nf constnictio-i Thc new house 8 ,, Uhll> many pink tones and ., WHji Ml anclMorliii law m trora Vene, mB ner than GreengU--. The) ""•• •* %  *"•• Kffl .ifteinoon by garden too. Is smaller — muc:i ,nre or more togeth. who U in..' f04 three i.. A V Airlines. He has comr ra ,| cr to keep up," says de Freimonth!, %  .,111 his wife and family i as L EX KnOX Who '* spr-ndinc two w iio are already In Barbados i Ww v [ our [ av el and II. | .nth he IS £ 165,000-0-Year Mn pMtOrUl truck and rich looking A, T present In London is Al|f or redingote l.ll Iklrb lightweight doe-sktn (or town dresses with curvi-d and sleeves. For afternoon there |s velvet, gleaming satin and **lft* failles. For evening, embroidenii l."'C %  nd lots of ribbon trimmings' He catches rutklines and sleeves with tiny ribVon bowi. •Ad outlines evening bust lines with ribbon or braid, giving a long waisted efTcc'. Strapless tops are still Dior velvet boleros which end just MlOW thd bust, living them a dual life. Buttons are an nutumn 1951 Dior feature. In ebony they arc like flta MI. II olives, others are I bon rosettes He likes to use loctm t diamante boot buttons i m i MI"' of ooleiirod %  aoiiaaj bUnklnf like rnls' eyes. B i ni itura UM i"ie model rltjll through the day— a court [ shoe with a low substantial heel %  til bow. WOT ahowi l***am in chamoai;iic ntln P/lttl black in.M .,1 dr< Cnrluheel lints Gloves, very long or vare usually white. II. i'.' .'II. Hat and di.iin.l worn sideways on the back ot the head. For cocktail wear there m .1 f.-w large <-nrtwheels in black velvet, with ostrich Cathei fringes. Fur Tnininings are lavish, with astrakhan and civet cat used for lining coats and hem-length 1 Jewellery includes thin dUtinds cbnkci U | MVn or tight 'MM IA1 H < LIU ri.MlMA (Members Only) • A LI;TTKK TO Tllllll Ul\ I I A ssa Caaaarj i.. rii.r i iiM.iM i\o isii) w mm Piraaiaaal ftatasei aaastai •PAID IV FI1J. OPENING TOMORROW AT I >ll*lltl and IIO.M The Fight You Must See THC WORLD MIDDLE WEIGHT CHAMPIOSSHIP SUGAR RAY ROBINSON v.. RANDOLPH TURPIN The whole light — nothing kft out Along with the Pictures I >l l 1 II I *''**-*-*'*>'*'****-*-*'**-***.^%**^** %  .''**.--•i.v^ %  *-*.'.*.-.*^****^*^***-'''. I.I.OIIK 1111 AI III TODAY 5 and K.la p.m. LAST SHOWS CARNIVAL EN COSTA RICA' CMW ROMERO HAYMBS AND Van ELLEN Celc HOLM KISS OF DEATH" Richard WIDMARK GRAY ,'---'.'-'***V**>'*''*-***-'''-'''*'*'''-''*''-'*''''''''*-*-'-'-'*'-'-''-'-'-','--,0',-,'. ~r f^W??W!W c-d Account ,nt Mr. Smith txptCl to be in Barbados for U Back To B.G. IV1 11 unwrntas* ir. FIILHAS nit comic-sinp • 8. J H who i*I :tH-> car-old Undtf Snewttn AbfaaT and other interesls had boon |n Barbados sine lot Homo AfTaiis is giving up makes £165.000 a year. .lime 131b. aaatfUn( ecngiilea. his house at LoughHis cartoons appear in 800 I %  He b.iv bought a newspapers In the I'liitcd St..''i..,; ( oy house at Cambridft, will move tnd Canada. then with his family in the On some of his income Al UM ptann autumn IXFreitos and hit Capp pays 92 dollars tax out of Ma A pi ^iui Anwrican-born wife have thrw every 100 earned. Even so, ho Mrs. Joe* MeAlc-lei who h..s ms and a daughter can save about £8,000 a year after He ix | former president of the /dl his living expenses are pal THE vnvi vii HIS OF PII'A rV.SiilVV.tt, BflACTinV.! ..ker fovr was as wild miii UimptMii'nis — ^ as her name! •* BY THE WAY .... % Beachcomber A (II M I'd with When I lead Ibis I fell %  %  i in about it" challenm her 10 %  qUafft gam! ampUln-V< haimt in a Carshalton cat.-. „ n ., tril|l|mi (l tim ,, r ,i.;,i,. Hy homely bunch of daisies, |i %  •-., ..„..,,,. " ho M ., ... ' %  "-"tit" tSTnSS OH MM RM'..T*I HI. /'/ininii h % %  Curnvr Klta writes: It II all HoM for %  '> upli .d 4 ICOSSUOItl 1 i > OJ 1 1 L • 1 %  r ~ T 11 • %  ..emlngir. 171 %  pciiiii in cases lsy. (Hi 11. BKliK (41 itinperatuiea twi i..i iporta aattasorf, |g| ,. .| f r later, til Milan aide. 141 : .'ina polca. Il %  IF air ahiHl Y ill i H, UJSS sale lor a run aecT (61 Dtwn i. ft punk but jou're broHa. (B| %  ft. a.*.er or duckling tl ..1/ p.ft)cd at Loos 7 ll H lur tin' stiacK. i5i 0, Had iu pns. ami she would have sneered at the memory ol miii who had pressed orchids on bi-i While tiM ciiinlcmiHil the mad rush of modern life and the pursuit Of pleasure the) ferrule ol my umbroUa wi iud I) kng bcr millals In Ihe mlUl and tea arid lemonade oiIhi Root NM# Um Snihht, Doaj M'i.., Dr. Rhubarb replies: If you wan! to Intrigue bun, tell him you ..re bunging along youi QOUatn rinin Mayfair to chaperon you uaUy -| haven't J atrand pearl netkhi shrimped since that holiday in th< Bahamas OPENING GLOBE TOMORROW PLUS: Local Talent ,' PHYLU8 COLLYMOH1 "Billy U, FIT/. rIAJtIWOOD 2 "Blueberry Hills" RUPERT SI-ENCEH "My Gals An Irish Girl" KKN'NKTH BIRCH I HOLM AN HAYSIDF. BYRON BOLI.i K Ql I M STAR w Singing MtBOVOt HOBERT l He U 3 L0V Tlrkels On Sale Tomorrow Nile I. I S H ill lhi.1 nlurl u Funhioit.' JOHN BARHYMOHF.S up ; TOURIST who wrote thai light have idded. .-.,!-he,l fht prtCO "f gOM up Scare* line pan — that he learned how to a-i— is, I am sure. dogs In England look I(KHrdcrt ,„ t | 11U|(h(t bly trivial le in Holly WIKKI. I can un;igi:i. priKluceis. In consternation, asknig what on earth acting has got ... feeling the pinch rt do w(lh „ Morpover lh ,.„. no longor afford ls ., ,, linK ,. t na , m WTX of lhtnv .uls mm niiu for mlgnl bl Kood publicity. Then •hem A. to the dos. tlii. col>()U woulfl w a „ nc s|flrs fl n( %  imii, win b iv hi I>1K. ||lB fl)r imaH IS( aml pj,,^,,. I II -n, ma to give a cerir H ,,,,.,, camp i eU | n eapacit\, l.-ln numlM-i "t dOtB IretreatLI ,„„/. M .,.i.,- mool m t doga betuly-parlout ••"''/'*** %  provided that the owtnjff will Lincolnshire woodpecker. .p|i| f.ir a Sn.i be %  ii is reported, have bee.. lid thi i doga'noekl i ccking telegraph poles to bits Post Dttco workers. vveann In a w aaftgw wooden hats, were sent lo inMai lb) ioles with marine glue, hu IryitiO to -TOM the road, the birds attacked the hats, ttu part o) the courae. Hits '"* was split on the roads, enr-; ftentoon. hod lo loaU *') mlnHtea "t stuck, and (or bred-, MI the roarinu bntProdaaae: Why on earth should r-eueUatt, ,hr workers have been sent out in wooden hats? (News item). Myself: To decoy the btrd rlKN naad-raeJng if legalised. g hie was being 'applied. As '. who happen to mattar of fact, some of the hat i i iboUN IKtorotd fell off and the glue spilt over to live an undertaking not uUtotm 50 that when the worker* leave their houses Failing this, put their hats on to go home, the lourigl nidusbirds were stink to them P0Wn to Prodnaae: Well, anyhow, the during trial! 01 Pool Office captured some ol ttu THCif this dsdnl work, then birds Jd be pulled down and Myself: No. When Ltoned Un was washed oft. the bird1 r-eyelta. iftai paeklnf hole* Ln ihe hats. WJS" 86c, 90c. per yd. POTTERS HAIRCORD & SI.22. 1.52 per yd. PLAIDS 36 a 8 1c. 86c per yd. FLOWERED PIQUE 9 $1.85 per yd WHITE ALLOVER LACE e $3.33. 3.16 per yd. si.in L r. % \KOI 'SL i PLAZA CINEMAS BHi KNOCKOUT i 11.111 FILM iTHF BIST FIGHT IN TOWN THIS VffaTEK)! nOL'ND BY BOUND . IVJOW BY BLOW . THRILLS . ACTION .and the KNOCKOUT IN THI SF.VF.NTH Rl I WORLDS IIFAVVWFIGHT < II \MI'IO\SlHp FIGHT — BETWEF.N — EZZARD II VIII. IS AND %  IMIOIIIIOW imnn.iion x 2.30—4.15 and K.30 p.m and rnnll-iulni Patty 1.13 jiul S3, p.m. alnnc with Ihr plrlurr i rr-rrlea.fi T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4606 n e o i YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 BAGDAD j"r Magic Technicolor.' .".SABU \ JUNE DUPREZ %  IOHN ws.,.. R(X INd.All • MAHT MDnfllS ... Ih COMANCII COlO! IrfHUSl SUSPfNSl JERSEY JOE WALCOTT (FRIDAY^ 10TH oisnx : and Mt p.m. ind cMiilinuiuc Daily alone ullh the Mu-u.ii *f .IIIK VKKA VAGUE fftfl Phil HH1T % %  tUOLAS — Shi Special Extra Attr.H-.ion Jin i shine Band %  KILLER SHARK' IHI JOY.HIT O* A UMTIMfi vmm de AMtUMIC nCTUI fir •fl. AND THE LADY RQBERT STACK JOY PAGE GILBERT ROLAND 4^. A KIPUBUC PICTURC **i IIOY.\L Lost Two Shows To-da> 4.30 and 8 IS 20lh Century Fox Double TIN PAN ALLEY John PAYNK Alice FAYV Bait] Giable Tlie musical to suit your heart's desire. OArJlX COrt/Vf 01 Mark STF.VENS — Lucille BALL .S-PETMJ. .SATURDAY MAT Il \> N Columbia Smashing Double F.DDY ARNOLD In • rfUDtNRYTHM RIM OF THS CANYON St mtni — Gene AutTJ and his wonder ItOfWJ I'ION" HOW l-.it Two Shows To-day 4 30 and 8.15 MMIl ("entiiry Fox Double T. i.iu. Power and Orson Wells ii BiACK ROSS AND HIGH BARBARY" With Van Johnson and June \;iv...n OLYMPIC THURSDAY ONI.Y -4 30 t, 8 15 AMlfWr Smntltwa lioublr IIKNIIY Ro,< FORD %  AH HOSTfSS" • /ceoss THI SADUN0 — Starring — Churlca STAHRETT t, Smiley BURNETT HOYAI. Ol'IMM. 10-MORROH i k 8.15 and eontiinung DAILY B and 8 15 HlonW CtySTO sasai GI0R MONTGOMERY PAULA CODOt* ft. lam > ftansn %  *•. IKM . ••mm* (a-an •• THE PICTURE YOU MUST SEE .UTION and THRILLS OLYMPIC 20th Century-FojMiphfu Double The Hiu Technicolor Musical THRCE LITTLE WORDS — Starring — Fred ASTAIBE and Bed SK ELTON For Boat Owners am! Fishermen 22" Sail Canvas \ns. 6—10 Sail Twine I...p.3/16" to 1 Diam. FUatasg I iiieCollnn nd Mullel Twine for Nets Copper Painl Mesh Wire for Fi-.hpot* 1 .inn. Wire THE II Vllll VIIOS t O-OIMCIIATIVK 4'OTTOX t'ACTOnY l-TD. Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039


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ESTABLISHED 1895
THURSDAY. AUGUST
PR1C
Communists Ignore Ridgway's
New Demand For Guarantees
si i mi s rovriMi
SAY ALLIES USE
POISON GAS
t-p tr a , TOKYO, August 8.
| Hi united Nations negotiators flew back to
Korea to await the Communist reply to Oen
eral Eidgway's ultimatum on the resumption of
the suspended truce talks. Communist radio sta
tions were expected to broadcast the reply some
time tonight or early tomorrow.
.Ti,he t?1?8 Up t0 a late honr today ha the UN. Supreme Commander's demand for a
stronger guarantee that armed Red troops be kept
out of the Kaesong conference area.
Instead Communist broadcasts piled up new
charges against the United Nations. Radio Pe
kings latest propaganda accused the Allies of
using poison gas in Korea and flying over Red
China proper.
Thm followed Red rhnrfea--------------------------___________.
v that U N lard, tea and
De Gasperi
Wins Vote
Of Confidence
violated Kaesong'
without Communists.
rekinn <>ft armistice talks.
lfidgw;iy su-pendrd driidlocked|
rnistlc* talks Sunday on the,
i round, that the presence n
. !10 yards of the conference house
during Saturday** I9th truce ses-
sion 'flagrantly violated Kaesong",
promised neutrality
Minor Accident
Reds responded Mo:
the .ngumcnt that the violation
was a minor accident and the us-
niranM that orderi had been Kivcn
i-i>etitioii. They asked
"immediate' resumption of cease-
M yester-
day thai the ineiden! WBi mm>:\
He said he doubted the violation
ientj| and demanded on
InmcUd guarantee arnlnst future
before consenting to
llM truce conference.
Chief United Nations' negotia-
tor Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy
and three other United States'
inemmo, ,.1-tlW JUna~ iwgutiai-
un; If.im flow h.irk lr> Korea early
fi-il.i\ Ik.in weekend talk' with
ffldgway in Tokyo
I h.ive no Idea when the
talk-; will be ream-
I in .": iv.il at Seoul's
Kimpo airfield '"I will wait
until the Communist* anaww
Qmnl Rldifiraj'i last mes-
sage. Other than that. I havo
no comment." There seemed
little prtsspad thai armistice
contervncM could i resumed
k i . it 'mi-.- Thin rdaj
.it the
lading as hours
A.ihmit ;i Communist
. Ridgway's last mes-
ROME. August 8
Premier Alcide De Gaspen's
new pro-Atlantic Pact Govern-
incut won its first vote of confi-
dence in the Italian Senate today,
by an unexpectedly comfortable
margin of 10 votes The Senate
vote was 151 for De Gasperi'-
two-week-old Cabinet and 101
against with 8 abstentions. The
new Anti-Communist Govern-
ment. De Gaspen's seventh since
IMS, includes 14 members of his
own Christian Democratic Party
and three Republicans.
De Gasperi was faced with his
nccond vote of confidence tonight
in th Chamber of Deputies,
where hi* Christian Democrats
are tar stronger than in the Sen-
.al,'i and h<* wo* sure of an cvon
more resounding victory Thei-e
Only 3g0 of the Senate's 346 mem-
bers were present, making T>e
Gasperi's required poll for victory
131 votes. The final Senate head
count gave him 20 more than
needed.
De Gasperi's supporters Includ-
ed 141 fellow Christian Democrats,
six Republicans. 3 Independents
and one rightwing Socialist. Op-
position votes came from Commu-
nists and left wing Socialist Sena-
tors who selred on the debate
>l>
attacks on the Atlantic Pa.'.
V.P.
SiK'ialisIs Pull
Out Of Cabinet
PARIS Aim. 8.
Th. a b late
on Wednesday night j
DO) 1' participate in the for-
mation of t> Government
headed bv PU-vcn- A i
delegation conu.tmg ul lh-
heads of the Party and a
number of Socialist merr-
IMH Voted 2'J againd (i uith
four aDstentlons not !o par-
TfeJl will probably
have an adverse effect on the
tl' paitiiipj-
t.on, dnn thi are unwilling
U) be member, of the I
net dominated by Catholic
Popular Republican'
, lent! l' P
li"1*,-!!1"1. "T'V n, Gasperi'-. policy to step
'"" theii
Poison Gas
p. king's latest propaganda
,>ioad>ani accused South Korean
: using poison gas on the
ftemooa l June 2~. three days
after Suviet Ambas.s.dor Jakob
Malik first suggested
They aaid South Koraan
Itas shells from 60 m.m mortars
during an attack north of the
rlwachon Reservoir in the Cen-
tral Front. They said, "afte
axploding they (the shells) emit
mi Murk yellowish black smoke
Twenty-seven of our men were
affected on tho spot, two of whom
died."
Another Peking broadcast
charged that HO United State*'
1 minted China's borders
by flying over north-east China
:ti* times between July 17
and August 3.
Unlike some similar propaganda
!.. ,...' however
i i barge the Pianei
dropping immb"
a. On Pare 7
More Control On
YouthH At Rally
HCKI.IN. Aug. B.
sector authorities cx-
rciscd more rigid control over
eaaeflre in thousands of youths who crossed
the iron curtain from the big
communist youth rally to steal a
glance at the wonders of Waal
Berlin.
Previously youtns could ride
free anywhere in the city, anal or
west. The Red Government also
opened a big propaganda campaign
to convince youths that danker
lurked on the western side of the
curtain.
West Berlin Press reports said
that eight youtha. observed at a
West Berlin Socialist meeting,
were arrested by the Communist
'peoples' police" when they re-
turned to the Soviet sector. The
iT.munist Press advised
delegate* ihat they were liable to
arrjU by Western police if the
Pleven Asks
For Approval
PARIS. August a
Rene I at .,. | to the
French ".
pprove him *n Premier, declar-
ing Prance ha' raffen I
fiom th~ 10-daj ortsu and that
she must be united in order to
!' inn-' and DM
Kile iii uitertiaUo.ial aff.i.is and
in the unlnc.'km of Europe,"
He told d'-puue. "Oui kaj po*
siuon imon.' Atlantic Pact
nations imposes upon us heav>
duties and also gives us rights.
Foi many month- Prance) hs-s
stressed that befoic . single
metua < II HI necessary lo insure
the unity of 'one. ptioo, of com-
mand of armaments, and
eing for dapsBcO "! free nations.'
Pleven, leader of a snvll So-
cUUlat and Dernociatic resistance
Union (UD.S.R.) who told '
dent Vincent Aunol yagti
was prepared to form a nnw
CoailUon Government >
crally expected lo Will -
confidence vote.
Heavy applause ytatad bal
35 minute speech ina ppearad to
cciitlrm this. But his jjiuncea of
reeelvlng Bubnequenl Assembly
approval for his dime part>
CoaUUon Cablnal appaarad weak-
er in view o* Socialist and Radi-
cal hesitancy lo jon li Cabinet
although sup*>ortini; bin
i'ly. IM'
Koroa \\ ar Cost
U.9. $5,000,000,000
Estimates Senator
WASHINGTON ^1^ |
I Congress received an ujlOCl Ota]
[esttnuiti .' thai u
Iwai m Korea aln-a.lv hUeM the
;U S, $3,UOU.OUU.(01> li.
came from Rasraaantatlve Oexargi
iMahon as the House of Hepresen-
Jtatives started a debate on the
ICCMl.t |~
idsai for the I
endlnii next June 30
Muhon, Chairman of an Appio-
Sub-committee n Ml h
drafted the bill, told a reportei
that while Uu<
200 Red Soldiers
Killed By UN Guns
EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUAJt PEI ,\. Aun
Umte catching Cnmmunisl lr". P
death dentllnff mis9llea.
imated 200 Rid st4diers were killed north ol Y
iv Allies poured In hun'rrds of roundi ol ;rii!l
In. m wm no reply from CommuniM pun to tl
:.id been active in the pas'
U.N. officers said ten Coiptimnisi trucki wen? i
the aTM on t'tr pti'viou.s ni^ht and it Wai belltwd '
wvre enrpytrtj aTtilleaTy mmunllion,
They saij deetructlon al U i
] .H.I. Hen \rrrs|
Coniniunist Iaws \ et
vlth
i It CooimunlMa
.-hells for (heir guns.
An AtUed Mtrol ii. the same
area north of Yanggu cnllidee^i'h
from 150 to 200 in <
ing down a heavy curtain
automatic weap-
ons fire. The tlghl
tmuing at last reporta.
-'.efn bau
Of the Old Iron inangl U.S.
ground troops launched
on a hill during the earl>
hours. Allies moved rir i|e h 1;
nlowly in the face of ht-a/ n:. -
chine gun and mortar fin
mid-day had secured tfii
Hra
Northeast of the iron ty. a Communist compnnv coui
ter-attacked another 11 [
'"it wu outflanked trt* UN
forces, after heavy lighting and
driven hack. Action aeon? ti-
rest of th- front v^.is limited ,,,
patrol engagementa aa poor vlsi-
bilil> hampered both allied an
md patrol ob*ervq,>n
Cloudy skies and aoitterci
mowers curtailed both air era
ground activity on the Korear
front. Only reconnaissance) patio s
ind ligh' prohing attaehf weie
' by ground force*
Far Ea*i A.r Forces HeV a r.
lui ed number of sortie*. |
action on Tuesday occurred we.!
m* ( horwon. Ailied-he.'* foTflBBJ
souUiwmI wiehor of the Commu-
nist central front "iron triangle".
Three hundred Communists
hackoil by artillerv iii*- drove
Allied patrols from high ground
there.
However, other U.N patrols re- the House Un-A
WASHINGTON. August H
man, SS
at i unit d
Stales Comniuru-t ., am i
the Qovi tdown on
the Cotmr.uiii i pi.! y ii
tal area. Federal Bureau ol 1 -
vestigalion agents nabbed the
Baltimon
midnight as he arrived el BoJ -
mon I .. :. I '.
airport fr-m Now Yorll
i irfed with
Ch and advoeMe
the viol.ni ovarthrow of the
iiiir.-i Btati OovernmeoL lie
wns held in Baltimore <
and was to be arraic-
Ix-fore the Unit*
miseioner m Bartunore
Hiaverman's arirst brought to
8) the num < oni 11
ad of, in'!. U hW, "i ''rested 0B
similar charges undoi
A'l Fight arc slill Mumht
A Juatice Di pertinent an.
... ai.mi i Oartei iJ
J H<.wni McOrath and P.BJ
| Director J Edgar Hoov.i *.> <
that although Sraverman nav.M
baa admitted Communiat part)
..thluiL -ii. ne haa leen identilled
ty acUvitie* iiwr IW44
The Dep.o (im-nf said Braver-
.. Attorney f(,r
i- an) peu !. member) In ""'
capital area tot tavaral years,
and ha.' repreaeoted persons
i riliation before
THF DUCHLIW OK KENT I
ies the lO'tnm' of RhIUtIii*
I. .1 Fasti
irk. und-
ral Hall.
i.na
pulsed a Hed attack south
v/eal of Kumson. 25 miles
Bast of Chorwon. I'.p.
Ill
DINNER FOR SaUDI
ARABIAN FOREIGN
MINISTER
I-ONDON, Aug.
Foreign Minister Amir Faur.il
of Saudi Arabia was entertaine-i
at dinner on Wednesday night by
Britten Foreign
Herisart Morrmon The dinner fol-
lowed talks "on mattei
lual interest', the Foreign OfnW
said earlier
The talks will cuntinuf al lens*
to Thursd.iy and I
1 'on a ten-day state vis. t.
Other guesU included Saudi Ara-
bian and Egyptian Ambassador.
md Syrian Min-
uthantte, they were based on the hsu-rs. the Chancellor of the
available la Con*Iataehenuei iii.gh Galtakell, Mar-
i Acttvltlei
Commit!
lie is a iTi.n.lxi of Ihe National
liiu'i labelled ' Com-
nunlal fronl in the i-'nameru-an
Vclivit it
head ,,r {l,p Ch 11 Ltbet
Baa a ol the Baltimore

II'
liussiuii Makes 12,'i
Driving Mistakes
WASHINGTON. An* I

......t IN nriataew
when he took i Dialrict of coium-
bia drtvr*i licence teal The te^t
leiiuireinent was leeeini- BatteBsd
ci to include Bo*, iat n |
in ii pi .il t"l ullliust lln-
; bl< on i' 8
,..,
in. faiJo.i
the first time came h*>< h I i M
i; iv and not a Hcen Bui n
.. i fj .. ..
Turned eornara loo wsdt
B ought .in to hall with
. [era twiei i oruj han
I .
ne-l
Single "it. nc< im I.....
mg too fast. reAaujig to yield rhjhl
:

In other v ;> ,
V hti |e. BO0I 'l"T.:r.. I
ping in in
t'.P.
Three Will Sign
Pacific Treaty
WASHINGTON, hag h
The Unib ..
rruttuil Becurtt) Tt> ilml
lion in ' tmeni
i llciaily annouiii'eil on W\>iii>esiiu> m
i i ,-..i lii'i unofl'v lallj Th" orn I
\ tdma that narli rmmtrv would "mwi iwnmon dJiri| i
ri lh
i
Iran \sks
Recafl Of
U.K. Consul
ahel Sir John Slessoi
Staff, and other
snld
To-day'a
Weather Chart
sunrise: 6* a.sa.
Bonaet. e.ai pn>
Moon New
Lighting Up 7.00 p.m.
High Tide: 8.10 a.m. tj 18 p
Lott Tld-r 2 11 am. 3.4B
entered Ihe United State
o- French sector.
Far from being arrested, som?
(1* the yciuths have had the time
oi their lives in Western sectors.
The police said that more man
! IK) 000 youths20^. of the throng
UJthered here for the 15 days
festival of peace"have created
into the West to gape at the brim-
mine; shoyi in this "enow window
of democracy." ^ _
" 'Deep Freeze
Woman Leaves
I Ios/A la I
CHICAGO. Aug. 8
Dorothy Mae
deep-freere" woman who has
t. th fi ' [ .
amputated, leave hOaBttal on
Wednesday, six months after she
lad aitti .. bod]
I d......' 'he lovreal
In medical hislo
Old Negress is called (he "de. p
fr.e/" P
v in which she was froaen io
aub-7.ero weather last PelaTeMIH
l astounded dM
Ug I V
Industrialisation
For South Korea
NEW YORK. Aufi. 8.
saw :^-S3H^S
Rt-lict Agency. .ndicMed on Wfdnosday al a Prc Comer

Ht-iicf Agency
ence.
He said North K..r. I1
oopulution of more than nine mh-
i*ren halved during the
:!iere has been apecula-
t.on about the rehabilitation of
-.a because "before the
. country's indus-
n North

,-t from scratch a new
Industrial fa
I P
I
Human Luggage
LONDON. Aug. 8
Health M.ni-.tei Hilary Mar-
quand said on Wednesday toe1
many persons were railing ambu-
lances under the Natnmal Health
Plan. Ha said the atrvloa anoulj
not be rilled upon to convey a
i or from a hospital
Smplv because he wan luggage "
I f
SESSION DEFERRED
FU:S)HN'; MKAIHjWS. Aug. 8
r antsDonced thai I
ritv Council leaalon oo th- Bun
Canal scheduled for Thursday
morning u postponed until next
week "on the request of several
delegations" I'.P.
Chief
high min-
i I-
SENATOR BELIEVED
EATEN BY CANNIBALS
PARIS. Aug g
The Council of the liepui He La
having trouble finding a replace-
*-' 't !'. Ii ik.i
"porteil to be
morg than ,i
hi the French IVOTJ
Africa An ofllcial of t:,.
ppei Houaa said on Wednesday

e up hop- ot
lor who vrag n.i
spring of imSu
Big nontba ago a human sHuli
was found In the (ima-le* or the
i-t. but nothln n M
lal said Wr .,m- nav-
e trout;.
in for election."I'.P.
h ii
U.S. Congress Asked To
Aid Chiang Kai Shek
WASHINQTON, Am B
The Trumgri Admlnletration haa ask a $307,000,000 aid programme) for ChlfMM NatlonnlUi forces
m Formogg ITwprograming includmt; $2l7.ooo.o(gi li
bhlpmanta aimg to help Chiang KaJ Shek modarnttg hi
army ol Lw Lwg 3 and SO divurion I tun
aTsTaourad vehlclga, and perhapg plai i
eluded in the plan
- ------------- ----------The pi aa
i t i u I fur
India \\i |niiii.il<
Truman inalste
Pakistan Charge
rEHERAH i

il m th
I
;macK* on Ira
h v ho i
.,' !!,.
Anglo-Iranian oil l.
> men
thai
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Spies Arrested
FKANKFUHT. Aug 1
radio re;..
Wednesday that the It..- but
State Security organs "aided by
the wntchfulnes.%" of -
atrealed "many Titoist spies"
throughout last weal
Th- bwadeaal heard here -aid
ran arrested mainly In
but wime were caught
in other parl ountrj It
added that they mnitrated
Romania from Yugo*'.;.
were in the service of the "Yu slav Gestapo" which in tum takes
n- onlei froo UM Ameritan
Epionaet Service
-ir.
NKW l-Kl.lll
li Lxternal \n n
,'.
..''''
Itti.T,
i reenain i Paklataa
ould run tin.- rtat "f bt
i ..( lie. .
vers thnt flon [roan Ka-hmu to
The communique said' 'Physical
. !
refutation
ARei nai
Jhelum and Chen ah. U
munfque N pert of Um
Indus' watt i
within the Knahmir
r l lory.'
It said "Jhelum rise, oval
Kashmir itself and govn lo Pl Ua-
diverted t. .1 i :
.....
Punjab ii^:.
flows through PaUstan, After ||
an Ij m ol u
wateir> can be
Punjab or an;, thai
India".
The eommunJq
truth is that it is phraa
lo divert
plies of an
K

-li'
Ltd .I
jonUis ago that the Unit
would not provide military aio
or advice 10 Fonniiwt" Admbll
nation aourt' i
fc I itee pol
. no i oonftned
i
in K'ie
anatffel Session
i'ii" n rmmoaa i i
haa bee n deaci -e^
In .n ot th
hould bi '
Heidi
.....

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; men I
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ings" givei i n hy th
i sally ot th
port '
rYograaama at lOJO ..
i
.
feme ot ilhei than .o
l.uilii U| CI.....i' forres for at-
1
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July 12
Official
. mlted i
IP
The"ADVOCATE"
payt for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night
Soviet Union Told
Of Truman Letter
co>
i
State*, i
. -h la..

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lai Shveralk
i .
The Door Is Wide OpenAcheson Tells Soviets
iSHINGTON, Aug. 8. Acheson was asked a-hether he that quite possibly so. He an n said he ras extreme- C
WASHINGTON. Aug. 8.
Secreury of Slate Dean
Acheson told a press conference
on Wednesday that he
an would quite
probably makfc a number of
e moves before the
Japanese Peace Conference is
held in San Francisco. Septem-
Acheson was asked whether he
believed the community'
the Pre
! -cican officials
asserting HasaahVi ilesire for
peaceful relations would t>e fol-
lowed by similar peaee declara-
tions before tht
Conference.
The Se
H possibly so. He adned

I
at declaration. He id
thai he expected before
the conference met th<.'

propaganda put out on the sub-
laid hi

operation which II
ire Isowini In I

he was opt erntng the
are tlll nun I
pmenti
iat ih. United '

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HARIIAllOs VDVIX VII
THURSDAY. VI (.1ST 'l IM1
CaAib QaUinq
Tl ah i to arrive
d at 6 a.m. on
T nn no.i.'
I
1' air i .
Mian Mi
.

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Mr. and
Mi .'.i
; *vi :
v II. Mr. and Ml t
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, H Tbocnt,
:. II T lOI Be. Mr
tiam
Married In Trinidad
M .tighter of
BupCfl SI John
1

i Tnnid .1
tat Craw-
ford of Un.OT. son t
( Baling
London.
To Encourage Tourittt
Ml
all a*! DnJlj
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
ihi ai>t ai oi at iwi
11 1* m Pl.nr.maw P*t*4m. Il 1
a m UMlMn D-i. r 11 49
:.' noon Trie New.
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M p m. Fr-am Ilw Edllurl-la.
Tha HnlMr. Aaaotlallon. 15
ivilton Players: SO p in Do you
,b*r. > p m SftKial IHipnlch
Na. 10 10 p m Interlude.
Moray NkUltn Tlkm
a a a-a? a "" "'
f'#. 1 #. out Mia
THE SINNER OF MAGDALA '
BpMlal Ta-a I M a a*
TRAI1 TO GUNSKsHT
i OLD CHISHOLM TRAIL
1ST 'lid Mar* MA(,HAU:\l
Oraai o-r.i. Ptisan : . in. a at
aa . m a
THE IlKi KNKKOIT ,
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FOX DOUBLE
...ROL NA1SH
LYNN ROBERT
JOHN HOWARD
HEATHER ANGEI.
it. iihuus aan whim monster
V>V/rV/r*> TO \OI K /.MM...
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Ml Of l
HOME of the passenitrn who arrlvad by Iho LAV. Special FUgli-
from Vencsuala yesterday ara seen allghUnt from the aircraft.
This type of aeroplane unlike moat of the aircraft operating through
III*Walt, baa it own flight of atop*. After the plane baa parked on
th apron the ateps are lowered from the tall of the plane.
Twenty seven pahaengera arrived on thl- Special Flight.
Three Yean
' ** rV/f,! <')>AKLES MAINCKir (,,,.,
M dlan who haa b*
bridge Union, still has nviny
ds In the town. CambnJgi
Dior Uses Modified
1947 Look
FII.FEN ASCROrT: farts
No N'w Look this time from
M Dior. Like most or lht> othei
Paris designers he returns to a
modified version of the old New
Look of 1947.
Individual trends an slight ly
longer skirt* and shorter jackets.
Loose martingales arc plated high
Ju*t below the armpit.*. Wide
i ecklines even on day
clothe*, but no deep "pluilgaa,"
But he iotrodues no wvo-
liitinnnry change*. In fact, so
much is the American market in
1 the mind- of Fun. !,
, that many of the clothes begin
lo look more American than
1 French.
1 Christian Dior chooses black
for ;iutumn for all times of the
day. Secondary colours are
shades of brown and IK
hag of yellow spice. For
GART/LN ST. J:\MEi-
l>^T Sl"i TOMTTB S 30
anoMG i.iri
mi r\i.iMih\ iu- HiMrnKli
Lon *Vot J _
m.
MaaaiM e
tta low rwti
<-ela> * letaafeiei
-
"NtfrWlTl1. ^T in.
SS cJretohins corSu'io' cvenind,nce dresses ,nd enno- UnillllH
aboui HX uncoln. line ball gown* then- i whita, _
mlerful
blending
n -Ire-..
Strapless Top-.
Minister Buyi N-w Home
MM <;koi
18-yaar
Ac*
app. one of the world's
hiKhest-patd cartoonists. From
K.oFFUKY DK FHEITAS. |,k rimile-atrln character L'll

Inn
nuiklng
B Area, In
'
i rl ado
Trinidad ArrivnU
.
'* v Ltd in Iiini-
. .- . .
l"'Cti to b-
tba month,
>> oi thing.
into plane
i i
end tr
Ifa ctapa vrortun- In vVi..vui-lu for__
- Max- |hn nf constnictio-i Thc new house ,8 ,,Uhll> many pink tones and .,
WHji Ml anclMorliii law m trora Vene- ,mBner than GreengU--. The) "" * *" Kffl
.ifteinoon by garden too. Is smaller muc:i ,nre or more togeth.
who U in..' f04 three i.. a V Airlines. He has comr ra,|cr to keep up," says de Frei-
month!, .,111 his wife and family ias
L EX KnOX Who '* spr-ndinc two wiio are already In Barbados i Ww v[our [av
el and II. | .nth he IS 165,000-0-Year Mn pMtOrUl truck and rich looking
A, T present In London is Al|for redingote l.ll Iklrb
lightweight doe-sktn (or town
dresses with curvi-d
and sleeves. For afternoon there
|s velvet, gleaming satin and **lft*
failles.
For evening, embroidenii l."'C
nd lots of ribbon trimmings'
He catches rutklines and
sleeves with tiny ribVon bowi.
Ad outlines evening bust lines
with ribbon or braid, giving a
long waisted efTcc'.
Strapless tops are still Dior
velvet boleros which end just
MlOW thd bust, living them a
dual life.
Buttons are an nutumn 1951
Dior feature.
In ebony they arc like flta
mi. II olives, others are I
bon rosettes He likes to use
loctm t diamante boot buttons
i m i mi"' of ooleiirod aoiiaaj
bUnklnf like rnls' eyes.
B i ni itura Um i"ie model
rltjll through the day a court
[ shoe with a low substantial heel
til bow. Wot ahowi
l***am in chamoai;iic ntln P/lttl
black in.M .,1 dr<
Cnrluheel lints
Gloves, very long or v-
are usually white.
II.i'.' ......' .'II. Hat and di.iin.l
worn sideways on the back ot the
head. For cocktail wear there
m .1 f.-w large <-nrtwheels in
black velvet, with ostrich Cathei
fringes.
Fur Tnininings are lavish, with
astrakhan and civet cat used for
lining coats and hem-length
1
Jewellery includes thin dUt-
inds cbnkci U | MVn or tight
'MM IA1 H < LIU ri.MlMA (Members Only)
a li;ttkk to Tllllll Ul\ I I
A ssa Caaaarj i.. rii.r
i iiM.iM i\o isii) w mm
Piraaiaaal ftatasei aaastai
PAID IV FI1J.
OPENING TOMORROW
AT
I >ll*lltl and IIO.M
The Fight You Must See
THC WORLD MIDDLE WEIGHT CHAMPIOSSHIP
SUGAR RAY ROBINSON v.. RANDOLPH TURPIN
The whole light nothing kft out
Along with the Pictures
I >l l 1 II I
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I.I.OIIK 1111 AI III
TODAY 5 and K.la p.m. LAST SHOWS
CARNIVAL EN COSTA RICA'
CMW
ROMERO
HAYMBS
AND
Van
ELLEN
Celc
HOLM
KISS OF DEATH"
Richard
WIDMARK
GRAY
,'---'.'-'***V**>'*''*-***-'''-'''*'*'''-''*''-'*''''''''*-*-'-'-'*'-'-''-'-'-','--,0',-,'.
~r
f^W??W!W
c-d Account ,nt Mr. Smith txptCl
to be in Barbados for U
Back To B.G. IV111 unwrntas* ir. fiilhas nit comic-sinp
8. JH who i*I :tH-> car-old Undtf Snewttn AbfaaT and other interesls
had boon |n Barbados sine lot Homo AfTaiis is giving up makes 165.000 a year.
.lime 131b. aaatfUn( ecngiilea. his house at Lough- His cartoons appear in 800
I . He b.iv bought a newspapers In the I'liitcd St..''-
i..,;( oy house at Cambridft, will move tnd Canada.
then with his family in the On some of his income Al
UM ptann autumn IX- Freitos and hit Capp pays 92 dollars tax out of
Ma A pi ^iui Anwrican-born wife have thrw every 100 earned. Even so, ho
Mrs. Joe* MeAlc-lei who h..s ms and a daughter can save about 8,000 a year after
He ix | former president of the /dl his living expenses are pal
THE vnvi vii his OF PII'A
rV.SiilVV.tt, BflACTinV.!
..ker fovr was
as wild miii
UimptMii'nis ^
as her name! * "
BY THE WAY .... % Beachcomber
A (II M I'd with When I lead Ibis I fell
i in about it" challenm her 10 qUafft gam!
ampUln-V< haimt in a Carshalton cat.-. ,n .,tril|l|mi. (l. tim,,r,i.;,i,.
Hy homely bunch of daisies, |i- -., ....,,,. "ho M., ...
' "-"tit" tSTnSS oh Mm rm'..t*i
Hi. /'/ininii h Curnvr
Klta writes: It II all HoM for

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..emlngir. 171
pciiiii in cases
lsy. (Hi 11. BKliK (41
itinperatuiea twi
i..i iporta aattasorf, |g|
,. .|fr later, til
- Milan aide. 141
: .'ina polca. Il
if air ahiHl Y ill
i
H, Ujss sale lor a run aecT (61
Dtwn
i. ft punk but jou're broHa. (B|

ft. a.*.er or duckling tl
..1/ p.ft)cd at Loos 7 ll
h lur tin' stiacK. i5i
0, Had iu pn tooin or a nic. iaj
8, fl tciy mftiy morning rrease.
(61 1. Witnout renaiu. iti
10. One rou'.hiui v.i.n ono y uti
14. No need for a ball to oo tnu. tei
a lot of bumpitr-oump (4)
j.. ttVs a nar-turner. it))
lm- 1. ftcwepspar: ? Crea: \

f \%fiy: la W-. I' Himwii 15.
:'!. i< C\u: li. t'to. in. Ertr.
PRINTS 36 a..
I., ntr <>s. ami she would
have sneered at the memory ol
miii who had pressed orchids on
bi-i While tiM ciiinlcmiHil the
mad rush of modern life and the
pursuit Of pleasure the) ferrule ol
my umbroUa wi iud I)
kng bcr millals In Ihe
mlUl and tea arid lemon-
ade oi- Ihi Root
NM# Um Snihht, Doaj M'i..,
Dr. Rhubarb replies: If you
wan! to Intrigue bun, tell him you
..re bunging along youi QOUatn
rinin Mayfair to chaperon you .
uaUy -| haven't J atrand pearl netkhi
shrimped since that holiday in th<
Bahamas "

OPENING
GLOBE
TOMORROW
PLUS:
Local Talent
,' PHYLU8 COLLYMOH1
"Billy U,
' FIT/. rIAJtIWOOD
2 "Blueberry Hills"
RUPERT SI-ENCEH
"My Gals An Irish Girl"
KKN'NKTH BIRCH
I
HOLM AN HAYSIDF.
BYRON BOLI.i K
Ql I M STAR
w Singing MtBOVOt
HOBERT l
He U3 L0V
Tlrkels On Sale
Tomorrow Nile
I. I S
H ill lhi.1 nlurl u Funhioit.'
JOHN BARHYMOHF.S
up ;
TOURIST who wrote thai
light have
idded.
.-.,!-he,l fht prtCO "f
gOM up Scare*
line pan that he
learned how to a-i is, I am sure.
dogs In England look I(KHrdcrt , t |11U|(h(tbly trivial
le in HollywikkI. I can un;igi:i.
priKluceis. In consternation, ask-
nig what on earth acting has got
... feeling the pinch ,rt do w(lh Morpover. lh,..
no longor afford ls ., ,,linK,.t ,na, ,m, wtX of lhtnv
.uls mm niiu for mlgnl bl Kood publicity. Then
hem A. to the dos. tlii. col- >()U woulfl w a ,nc s|flrs fl n(.
imii, win b iv hi I>1k. ||lB fl)r imaH IS( aml pj,,^,,.
I ii -n, ma to give a cer- ir,H ,,,,.,, campieU. |neapacit\,
l.-ln numlM-i "t dOtB Ire- treat- LI ,/.M.,.i.,-
mool m t doga betuly-parlout "''/'***"
provided that the owtnjff will Lincolnshire woodpecker.
.p|i| f.ir a Sn.i be * ii is reported, have bee..
lid thi i doga'noekl i ccking telegraph poles to bits
Post Dttco workers. vveann
In awaaftgw wooden hats, were sent lo inMai
lb) ioles with marine glue, hu
IryitiO to -TOM the road, the birds attacked the hats, ttu
part o) the courae. Hits '"* was split on the roads, enr-;
ftentoon. hod lo loaU *') mlnHtea "t stuck, and
(or bred-, mi the roarinu bnt- Prodaaae: Why on earth should
r-eueUatt, ,hr workers have been sent out
in wooden hats?
(News item). Myself: To decoy the btrd
rlKN naad-raeJng if legalised. ghie was being 'applied. As '.
who happen to mattar of fact, some of the hat
i i iboUN Ik- torotd fell off and the glue spilt over
to live an undertaking not u- Utotm 50 that when the worker*
leave their houses Failing this, put their hats on to go home, the
lourigl nidus- birds were stink to them
P0Wn to Prodnaae: Well, anyhow, the
during trial! 01 Pool Office captured some ol ttu
thc- if this dsdnl work, then birds
Jd be pulled down and Myself: No. When "
Ltoned Un was washed oft. the bird- 1
r-eyelta. iftai paeklnf hole* Ln ihe hats.
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POTTERS HAIRCORD &__________ SI.22. 1.52 per yd.
PLAIDS 36 a____________________81c. 86c per yd.
FLOWERED PIQUE 9_______________ $1.85 per yd
WHITE ALLOVER LACE e_______ $3.33. 3.16 per yd.
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TIU'KSIIW M (.1ST . IKI
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
I'M.I THRl>:
\tnm:t ^ Shadow ofCapone
NEW YORK, July 24.
AI Capone's old gang was behind the race riots in which 500
11 fought a mob of 5.000 in Cicerv, Illinois. 10 dav> ag"a.
This is the op.m >n of Walter "Vhite. secretary of the Nation-
al Association for the Advancement of Coloured People, who
made an investigation in the town.
, i^T\^~" ~* Here i* hi' report
I. ___.,.' ,, wr Foc y**** * Capon* gam:
' UHlt'lRS >\ III KlIOH ST its headquarters tot
DBS bu*ine*s nf murder and rob-
\\ hut To BqMet 53 -WJSr-1
.\S ltrill^li I>S ..(.tin campaign to
- a t i i' . *(*. thro* <*" the corrupt p.
Must oe 7o/a War Office They *er* about i<> n
Bui on the night before the
rOKEIGN Jilt Is intending handbill pushed into
* 117 British soldiers are la I h hottse asked citizens to Vote
be lectured on the reabtie* ol (oi the reform candidate* so that
Hriiain by their llance NtfTOei could rnovo into Cfcero
"itni; officer, on ord OcSgO (population 10,000,
H War Office is a i '. .' nw brick boBM
HtoflVg will have tw take worth Iron irs.oou in
vith the husband-to-u- each Owner* feared house values
M x- Aimy permission would go down d the Negroes
(or the mamas* Is given, moved in.
- 0 WWIt HI the bride about Say, White: "It eomplcMy
the housing *hortagc, food ration- ulMwad uie decent element: the
oi'w meanlnaj o austent. tr.T.in..I element ^on the eh*turn.
HAVE .and the differences be- ( |1.irri| no| R
twecn life in an industrial town ., ,, th., rlniini."
,n lb. North , E8laml and Uf. t*BST *th t'!".
n-drniclu-ct patrr>l the town
OpeH The Doors
U.S}. Paper Says
u-ml>ri
(,
dlihui
I for talk.
it I :.inean
The new War Office ruling n
the suggestion of th.
Ann. Welfa-c Department wh
deal with broken and imhaginj
Annv it aiTlagOB,
"Some brides did not kmw
Hi : .undiUoiUi were like in Brit- . NEW YORK, Aug 1
am. They were verv disillusioned ""' Tim** accepted Ihe invila-
whcn lhc> arnvcd." nM :i WM '"'n "> ,n'- Weekly News English
"Ki--m.ii, Now it's ju .iiguag,- ncwapepei pru
to the man's commanding officer Moscow for exchange of views.
.ire the j'irl knows what Ttie News promised to publish
life here U like. ByfekUg the Time* might submit.
These discussions will in- \ ei. lescrvmg Tor itself the privilege NFW YORK
friendly and informal And if the *'< anawenng. Just btfon seven of America -
girl Mill wants to marry the sol- The Times replied editor ;all> i'. leading Communists went to jail
dier. then the Armv knows that fntended lo enter no polemics In New York mi Jul> I they wired
been told just what U with the News ami said: "We do to William Schneiderman out
I .S. CONGRESS HAItBOtit L((G
# I'rom PJte
pla
In Carlisle Bay
K i.
'1
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With *55 ," V-rlt-- BA
On ol NM aim- atd wntetl wouKi r.ii-i. v.. i> m.^.i
. |o i. ptui
hvdo-C' Hii- _^"*M,. '.'
lion. M.iNHt.tHWof the W7S.0OO.UUO *>. ,
, earmarked p
for Asia would .
The island w 'neuti
Truman's order 14 montl
l Sutes Seventh Fleet to
prevant any Red utf uk on For-
inoaa. and ii katp Chlacifl from
launching ajtt rOHMn ;tni
r.p.
Xaa l
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II. U V

'- VI 101 YM
MISMU'ltl. Aug. 8
When his anndMn leconU) eol-

insurance polu-v, Henry RcbeT,
I itutKiier. said It
DtlW ilnnkmg
M< aothlod bo .ipv'K foe .i poih 9
.
.his dally
bofOI 01 BM rMUM rth aaMOd

Ha lold Mot PaasM .^i Bskad
-ih.'* a n.ii ii |tvo mo and that
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HoAooi^r laiikVil V. M MM, Cat.
. > S*ho#i-
rr Ooitm AugclMHm.
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ham An IiUuii LI>1
I AmhM MITS Inn* Capl 0-n.
num Au.lll... *BrM> M*..(. DCu*t>
ft I".- 1 t

aaaM
r uhen Inflwul ,,.. Jar MfJdfnrect'i' ''oMif'to-ufcifi o/ Ike HV' >: .
ihr pbUbbMbbjI "1 u rrtii:r M sWlsb OBI agJ.j Jr .. J>m... fo.
1
B.G. Will Proleal
OWN lit.
n People ii..i;u
1
Aug 3
IN WITH
THE REDS

I..FS
Salary
increases
not believe the peopfes of Russia i>^ Angel
. Bd tM peoplea of America im-
Con
and take
<--w a IT I- || '11 Bft ! I
D 1_ ^X* n *f lrtr-,U I .K. IloiM'S I lllhl Cotoiuej a Btroni
_* irsl Mli I< .IT lowtr s,(1 Over Middle East
Expected Today
BchnsHdorman chairman
, Califonua'i CobSBUdI I 9Uto
, Committee, flew to New York and
nstalleo himself a> new head
His
iiorsiaiH each Other. Wv suggest
" that you open
ii' 'i in ii- - oun are open to
you. Come and travel m our land
t?g-'aJk toyr.Pggfc.* ." "HJ; aettvltloi WON cut short
c same. Allow your people io move ^."rouno-uP "r^vfn o,'"V" < -
as we allow ours to move over underv part* leaders in Los Ai>-
The majority party brought for- out ontiro larkl and Into others, gdes and San Frantis.o were also
irj DCCObbSO f": otenihoa fTave sulVcient eonlkdenoe in yours gm '
'if tin' HMIM iii the HoutO OUl t<- M0 Other ryitemi of Govern- The charge against Ihem all Is
lived fur ment and otfatf wavs of life and .nn.spiracy to advocate violent lt stake,
> by Ihe Executive Council by then prefer your own if that in overthrow of the Government awaited
KINGSTON, JO
a. Aug. 8.
a straight party vote of 10 to 10 your wish.IM*.
Many letters" have been sent lo _
the press denounong Ihe proposal
In view of the great economic dis- RmbcmOiOsI fnnleoL
tre in the bland with scores of lUISMail laOllII Ol -
thousands unemployed. *-, - ., ..-,,
... ,r as foi- Cause Bab\ Airhfl I0'',-!
Speaker 1,300: leadei
the majority parly C2.rmn- BERLIN. Aug 3
Ministers C 1.500; leader ihe Op- Commercial planes lifted Ml tons
DOetUon Cl.OOO. members of the of Berlin expi.n products to West allowed out tluv will I
Home C8^o. Ministers travelling Germany in the lust 2t h<
The Government is so anxious p,w^ Rey to ascertain whether
that the new prisoners shall not
slip through its fingers, as eight
"tin i .'I'M- Rdf ,;-i'- ',"'"
that it tixed ball of 100.000 dol-
for Sehneiderman and 79,000
fur the men in Los
Angeles. In San Francisco the
judge postponed his decision on
the amount.
Before any of Ihe Red
Station la World
LONDON, August 8
Britain bor* molding
IhO world*! first expeiimenl.il
.ii ii'.d powei station this yoai
v Mtnlsto ai I
nesday. Rut it mil t>e is venis
FLL-SmNG MEADOWS Aw I LSS^ft*
THE Rradually dsitorioratlnfl Middle Eaatiara situation is off&ih aro ilarlykaj design, lot
expected to produce a major diplomatic clash here on n power station ol Harwell Dm
'l'hursda% when Uiiiam, Fiance .mi ih United States will fieawlo^iartori ol Btlttka
,abU..-,dVaf.r,solu>rr,il.r,ul,,,,,K,v,,M..hllf,,r,hw,,, J-g* Jjj I |
the restrictions on shipping in the hue/. Canal. butWina ond I
Egypt has already made ft There have Ix-en persisieni and ^
abundantly ctear that she will oohei.....il demaiv foi neutralitv bu'
lUnuo the hlnekiide. be- xpressed in latge sections ol the
she feels lhat security was Arabic press ami by aemonitr.-
diplomats here tmm in Dumoseus and easowhere
apooch by ambassador recently
400; subslslenee all*
per night for five nights per week
for .12 weeks. Members travelling
in the rural constituencies 200
per annum, urban 100 per
annum.
At present ministers diaw
1.300 annually, memiu:. I t 0
CPI
liV. illnir- Guards
expanding ertort to defeat
Itusaian controls, which have
curbed c.verland shipments.
They more than doubled the
tonnage of two days ago, and the
three participating airline* said
thai they were awaiting the ar-
rival of more freight planes to m-
' still further.
Allied ti **p>:; ornclali rioro,
re now speculating how big the
baby urllfi might grow. Ciiomcml
quarters talked of a goal of 200
THE FAIRBANKS ARMY
HAPPILY. Douglas Fairbanks
Against Smallpox ~ ^SatrtSfc^ 'gffilSSf^ Z"Z
|i>wn.(CP)
HEEDUUUG. Wls.. Aug. 4
Health officials banned all pub-
lic gatherings and ordered Reed-
burg's 4.100 residents to be vac-
cinated against smallpox within 40
hours.
The order, which could Stifle
, .i-.;. and public life,
came alter the discovery that i
Id farm woman was suf-
finng fri
. oodbun last Saturday
and Monday It is not known how
i "ted then
8 Nations Prepare
for Whale Hunt
One Ship Can Make
1.000.000
there is the won* ex-
the Cairo Government plans 10 pressed m
land in defiance of the Securny Aiub >nd Asian atatei moj provi
OoUfKtn order Despite earlier ro .tlurntial enoug.
uncertainties it is now a loregone to 'mediate between east am
(-inclusion thai the tripante reao- west."
lutlon will obtain seven votob Atrthortisos said Uwso dovolop
needed lor Its approval by (tie monta have beaa s< -tior;i.
I! t,.il..\- ugani-t the We*t that OBJ 0fsM
ii'iiu nil siippn.t oi Britain or the Ik to
i m Kgypt would rocoivo
where the bail comes from. Obaervers. wno are familtar rough reiponsa du* mainly to in.
It was refuel to give such in- with the Middle Eastern poliujp. i. ml succMORil inienstnCaUe
formation thai le ment in New York o( millionaire Egypt to obey the Council's Wc lei n pio|.agniln ui the (on
Kre writer Dashiel Hammell. ancea by high Cairo oltlcuil^hal
Vanderbilt Field refused to m* maintenance blockade Ti n
answer Senators Inveetlgating hla matter of death nnd life
bail-raising activitUs. He answer- Egypt.
The* statements, ofaa U m-
1 risoner tensive builduis up of natiomi'i*
lie pro)Mganda. highlighti-i
Monday by threats by the Foreign x
Minister, Snlah El Din Boy, that f .
Egypt will not stand by llritnln Hollywood on August H god Will
in any new wo-iii war, and that ,irr: n AuVHl '
it is ready to abrogate thi- 111411 t,, . lend at thi
part with England. OIh. | IIeoO
lhat Nahas I'asha's Govern* t iiv beet
ed one question.
t r Tom Martin Goes
To London
HOLLYWOOD, Aug R
> Martin, > idlnsj on UbS ccoi
. ^ will lea*
md OnOtttOI live
I '( ... I Ml' :
11(1
HO aotd thai 1'iw.a reporU that
-eientists h,t ptOSfld the design
and were ready to build the ta-
lion were "nremalure The woih
of designing it rtVOJ b.* coneluslr.1
II nil, wo hopa
t.i m.ike Iraportooj adwaagaaf not
only in supplying fuel (Ol BOW01
1 lilt ill sllil' |>i
... i lhat the
projoet iir-t outlined in Oov-
i hi- am White Paper, I
.in will mst oboul t2.tt(iniioo
Thfl While Pap,-, s. Id tint the
atomic station wnul.t io'I thrsO
. I i ^
, ion and would bo oaa>a
hie "i g.ii.i.'l pOWOI f"i a
ired town
Mot pvoj ."i it .i ttw pan i
said, co*l WOUM eoal the alall'iii
s44.N(lU.uol> while the atomic pile
ii I iMniiiiiii The net
vine wool,! Ik- 133,600,000
(t'.P
ll. >.1t1s
to are in-
Ihe H.ms (i,
pule.
11>. vh ara t H
Hooojal to
vn tiini/i atudi nta lo fao
of a shoi .. mi i......u-
. i pocial Oov-
little to
The Part* hi.) received detalli
.,f ihe -if hi from thi Ca
Labour Coaujrrea OipanlaalBOii in
lot i
t.iTn'.ii'ie Bupporl in the matter.
hu-h the r.i led atfaetara
II n l.,IU.- 'CP'
British Army which marches
through nil Hollywood hum*
Tluv are 1000 to) soldiers from
every regimmt in the Empm
RATES OF EXCHANGE
i-h^.,*. aa
1
United state-, in pubh
____jnei. ihe n l reoonl b*
dowo) on iu stund would entail , nt .). Cocoanul Grove, Hoi-
the fall Of the Wadiust admim.- ,, ,
trntion. He hoi B ' len-yOar contract for
Observers Mid that one result, ,,.....
of what tin. i in i "-' ii rrd Hughe*
inevitable Egyptian rejection
ONE of D'troit's smartest back- the Council's draft le-ooi..
TUB WQrtda whaling ships room boys was called to Washing- uould be the weakenuig of tU. (,,Mlllu are hi MevtalOOl Show
M can come back with a catch ton tonight His job i- to breuh Middle Enstern armistice agre. r,iy Uortfen Mu-ieal OOrneaty
-oith 1.000000 are gelling a gigantic bottleneck and gel the ments system, and a consequeni ij(,r- ,,,) n,- f .,< t lho| for pub-
i. t C.u idea were pressed r,^,|v for ' orlntOI IISIDH m capacity t.. prnduci 50.000 plains throat of violence would Bare UP |, rI, ,. i. -
into service to aprood word to all .[,,,.,, competition in Ihe Antaic- a vear by 1853. and guided mis- anew in this imubled aie.i lrl(. k,,,vs , Hew York, he re-
Raedburi residents and all^ per- |Lj hunting grounds is expected silcs and atom-bombs at assembly- Egypt now succeeds Iran t*V ,,, 7 ,}l, wookl)
forces. He believes he has"The ment ha; wlnppod public eggg
moat nearly perfect replica of to a i>oint, wtieie
I-oudon's coronation para cxisii nee,
II.- osdy rival in America is
opera star LauriW Melchior. also
., to) soldier collector
SPF.EDINO THE PLANES
MAIL NOTICE
I quarters m 1
gOM Uvlng on surrounding farm" i |w. keener~lhan evei. line rates of production nQXi big troubli
to submit lo Inoculation today and The British ships Balaena and The man is Harold R. Boyer. ayv a^,si accord
tomorrow SsmUirrn Garden with fleet of engineering director of Geneial ,
All ns tho dimming pools and the sum- u,u i^. 1(HllP)] nvM moiHh bv two '' '" ,tov" '"ua
,ools *-ero ordered closed T,e factory ships, Ihe Southern mak> Am.,,, a- 200 machine tis.l
linns grow roUT times larger in
eapacity
While thev w lit for planes, th.-
An Force ha. placed n M.000.000.- Anglo-Egypt,.in .
dollar o.der With Canada for *P1 b>- two *'
training aircraft. nientr-
ASTAIRE SAYS NO
' 'hips."tio-'southern w*aaBksi An
and all olhei rneetlngi prMdpone:l lUrvrster and KooUiern Venturer. '
until the md of 'he emergency.
r.p.
Japan and the Argentine BTO
also uniiig iii for big-scale whal-
ing this winter.
Japaa has n 23.000-ton fartorv
ship and the 30.000-ton Juan
peron is nearly ready lor the
Argentine nt a Belfast rttlpvard.
Italy, Gcrmnnv. Holland, the
from pire I UA and No. way are also I
to send ships,
light to S mcnioiandum sub- Whale oil fetches almut 100 B
lied at the opening session of toe
pot iii the Mm- [n |||(. pjftjgonl Kiiu'uii
--------g to autOOXIta; |-lU>v.,^,l has beconva the Orst
in London, inforani'd ,n)<,r :, f-,^ipiioy to start mak-
swurces aaid Monday's statement i. .
BDptlari F.....igr | ,, ibjoets are
.
, [hi
Salnh El l)'i B*
gldMd Um dOjM to further
ttatton for revision of thi
i h.el
1
tsgajted
of v tiling there

.... i" i imii' ** i- .....
'" oaaw
'star
I P
Iran Asks RVrall
Of U.K. Consul
, mi
negotiations Monday.
Stokes Indicated 'hat the neTt
move was up to Iranians. He
said. "I am waiting to hear what
they have to say. But I have no
concrete proposals.""
lie raid the Britain t
L.E.S
NO. .i I- ml A -':.i
Of liis l.fe and dancing, and he
intends to keep on raying No
Hollywood has made money out
of pictures of singing stars
remember the Al Jolson rllin. the
Had:-, of the lot" They ~"
NYE GOES TO N.DELHI
LONDON. Aug. "
QaoerDl Sir Archibald Nye.
Al-adanwouid stick it OUl during linlish High CommisBioner In
^ris^ H^5 LMffi 3^S^ ^ SS aasrt-'wa g
have been in l->noon on consul- dollar* a year Why are company
to make one about Astaire. lie
i so much igainst it that he has
nil will A new Mr*-
graph forbids any such relluloiri
biography after his dealh.
BOSSES ARE WANTED
BIC MEN for hig Jobs ,ue In
short supply One city alone
That Egvpt, the most pern-
erful member of the Ai.n
League is aware that stilfetu-
British Middle East policy ha
been backed now by the Unlleo
States. "
2. That the Egyptian '.....n
led ment roalisea it Is losing grout io Moh;
MOSLEMS IN MOSCOW
i.V
Aug
rruge
Ogoiiiroal of "cfltclent ma
f were to stay.
A0MS MM Britons there, the UOOM of routine nature. Th'
In ga
going Communist
. ol Iran:
nothing 1
about the
Say
nt-rrtmten "Too many
too specialised Thev
ning for leadership.
[g, i
SAVE $ $ $
with the I Illt.ISfl.X Wheel Tractor
WORLDS MOST COPIED TRACTOR
MOS(
The first
It of M.
accordance with tradition
u, mtcVnai politics and is seakinr the Pakistan Embassy, with tl
lo wipe out not only Anti-Hi f Ambassador IJureiri
but Anti-Western public opinion ?o-year-old do ugh I
ga OtdeT to d-vcrt attention from k Ka/i H.
eeoe.
1st Importance
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PACE FOUR
B\W!\I)ON \n\0(ATI
TillIRSD XV U Gl : . IKI
BARHAOOS^i ADVOCATE
Thursday, \iiKiim 9. I9.il
A LAUDABLE
SCHEME
IT V. '
the reaoluti
$1,000 m preparing land at
11 la) )., bmU bald*
ohwm '' |antI
should be divided into four-acre lots arhila
it few oppOfMnti "f til" RbMIM I '
. ir lot Both schemes
I bj the B*
Committee.
The reason for the |x>stponemcnt was
tha opporiUop led by
iwford, who felt that it would have
been better to divide the land bate one
acre lots so that this land would
able to ;i ureater number ol people Mr
Garner's dictum that the greatest number
should be served was based on pure falla-
cy. The merit if thai service la that it
should be beneficial Bo thOM arhoi
thai |o aak a person
to live on one acre of land as an economical
agricultural unit shows ret
realitj
Mr. Adams in proposing the i-
pointed out what should have convinced
the opponents Of the sehenu- that they
were on the wrong track. In the fb
the division of this land into four-acre Iota
i the Government the opportunity
to launch an agricultural co-oj
scheme I I uteri' to the talk by
the Government of the need and benefit of
Uve movement Hundred* of
dollan have already been epent in training
an officer in England in order that he should
encourage people to launch co-operative
venture Mow thai the opportunity hai
come, the Government has attempted to set
an example which it expects people to fol-
low and which must In the long run be
beneficial to "|(' Wand The opponenti
turned the proverbial blind cyt to the
merit of thii icheme and claim thai sev-
eral people should Ix- given an opportunity
to occupy lund even when such OCCUpatlOfl
would not benefit them.
And Mr. Adams might well have added
that it is this fragmentation of land which
has prevented Barbados from deriving the
maximum production from its agricultural
lands. The report of the Royal Commis-
sion shows clearly what some ol ihese ths
advanta I the economic |
of the island.
In his argument for launching what
would be the Aral co operative icheme oi
its kind. Mi. Adams quoted from the opin-
ion of Mr (in van of Jamaica WHO I I
. an authority on such mar
who bai broughl much benefil to Jamaica
by his tdvlce and work among land holders
in thai island.
Barba.i far towardi fol-
the example oi Jam
k it was announced that I
Agricultural Officer was being sent to
Jamaica to take .1 eoune In co-operative
What would be the use of having an officer
trained mi co-operatives, peasants who will
not launch their own scheme, and no Gov-
ernment who will give them I
lead? The Government must take blame
for many of the things which go
in this case the opponents attempted to
defeat nrhat is indeed a laudable icheme
If the 2!' acres of land at Seaw 1! is divid-
ed Into one acre lots there will 1 n OB
necessary fragmentation of land which
would bring little material bend
occupying it, and the fust real
i,il sehcine 1 >l
culturisls would have been defeated
Perhaps it was discreet to postpone the
matter rather than be accused of N flUdng
to consider the case put up by a few people,
but with the information at Itl diSfJ -al the
Government should not hesitate to launch
venturi It
Ch schemes that
there will be any hope <>f atavin
continuous drift from the land.
Politics and Personalities
Blo\\ lo >l.lk' A I Oil 111.4'
list* I'roiYssiM- W Im Sliii-lls-sl Amerir.i
B] .....n Rl in. BFORD

) rUI tell
i lTOl N| I II hi n,| Wll VI
Mil VI Ml KM.IV HUH
Wll Mil \ M \l II II \l> llll
OFPOB11 mi v to v M iaa < i
ViM Ml'BT HAY*: MHM
IMoiim V l kin Wl> Till 1
n v\ i m v ii' Mov i i) in i no-;
PI v< i WHMMl ii i-; in Bl
OBI vim l>
i llll. TIMfcS wi: LIVK IN
\k* TOO Itimn ii FOB
MOVM TO HI M\l>l

BtrtcU] n > ng of lite
I
the power
very m<-
i dnSes it because
I
living man
a
ny upon
rhkfa to build.
The pull of the present Is

ulurc.
Judgment
A* far palm
thut alth ..
.-.lion (..'i
isIiwl .i much mm vital factor
il ludcmsnt.
Anil m tor point (31. n Is a fact


'
|
For t*n reasons. Un
...
I
11 over.
And when the prtCM of shares
m ihe besioauy sound
are low.
be bought by tl
TIIK START
On savtnaa of ta.iiou
I an life
storj whu h i- Intrlcuinsj Ajnertca
Dr t; a Mitt r became mathe-
matics profeeeof ) ihi- University
..I Illinois in IBM Hi* snlary.
i ,.u ui.i'i': imnt ntt oi
tTUQ
Ih- ye.i.s it
rtlj i>< fore be retired m
bt i its peak of
IL'.ooo fh<
M
, i
1,000. His total savings nl that
n known to hat
ra.ooo.
"i { be) sn tin tar of bis
bj tkMtii last
i. ..! hi. ha
fortune oi fl million
Or G a MILLER
Lived tiug'illi. hui waa
no nlsst
worth of $1,000 bonds. When
t the 30's came
(,eopir who were scared I
nWOt their bills threw
iiie bonds on the market.
i nought 25 Of
then (Or CLMa. a aaruuj invest-
menl you may say. wii

oili
'
llu T
special ffUeUtttfl
that his
cl.-dii.' uan-
Hu unusurii I nOwledQf that ramc
to him"' AGAIN NO.
Than bOW? StmptfcJ by i)irt/I ir,
i epetwUture <>>.
nil mall woaaw mm
/ii.- owe Kinind
!) began whm the U B ws
ii-
< when it
w is ;>t thi
.
1 had bound I r j I
i motto
ihsn, but we come out ol them
Mr achievement can be stated
i ana Hs
doUsi hs
-/< 11 iini a '
e> kikst DEAL
Brings ill VK7.tHrH
HIS
-. hlcugo
He thought the

:t>un tp kKhifj ..II
round the town b> bur furniture.
And he thought the sHl
Tslmhle one, from the real
Wise etaaega
lly lw^3
were worth 1281 each.
Ii king a i
B,gte.
[mmediateh* *< reinvested that
sum, plus another 7.700 partly
In 1 !..... preferred '
:..,! ii. the v S i "fn-ern.
id be maks thai ehange*'
Reeautie he realised that the
ir.axlnium Value "f the $1,000
bonds DOUld neves ! more than
1,000.
niher hand, by owning
bae of his
investinenl would grow with the

At the same lime In- Sal l
bought common stock (which
takes in dividend what is left
M Of Ol red *hare divi-
I i nd hat be n met) ill prljJSS
varying from just under 3s. to 14*.
a shore.
m ai-if to sell his
1.200 preferred shares for 35
each. ThiM netted bun roughly
i
i buy cumrncn
~Uh~H ill .mi :iv.r\.ge price of 2>..
i bead 12.657
i . bs worth 5e,coo.
e> SECOND DBAL
111.052 unms to CIH^OO
THI professor did exuctly the
ana v/ltn Sharea in a Kansas City
lumber Between 1899 and lose ha
. of its 91,000 bonds (b>
h-om t32 t CSS each. In 1937
them .tt from 133 to
I Mil r.nli
Reinvesting his 2,454 profit in
|| 5 to 7 he
was able tO SOU these in 1946 at
ii; to C4fl s share. Prom
itel) t 16.800.
With mat prolit he bought
uoo i i the common stock. By
1MB ., Iginal El
Me than 38/>ll0.
TMIKH DBAL
Ami imM emaalag el Ihesn all
achieve-
iment in a
I as company.
lo litg, in the trough of the
ii-. si,ooo biaids were
i l|ii
70.
nrewd profesaor bought
bonds with a fare \alue of [12.600
fee CJ.500.
:i 1037 and 1*41 he eras
ell them at par. Hb
19.100 profit was reinvested and
he m-cumulated 1.20O
. jt from 5 U
ill <<
Isekael
In 1S43 IBM SOmpany **s re-
organised. It redeem-1
fcrred stock at )ust und^r 110
shaie by exchanging f
rent, bonds.
At the same tim* n distribute)
common stork in lieu of dividend:,
in arrears.
The prufessor cama out o( th
reorganis.ition with F 1.1.500 u
bonds, and 13,000 common stock
valued at gl a aha H
fc.l.Tiim investment had grown to
i 15,060
Bur irtll her.
The company invastad in new
'nl .nd u- I | |
formed an oil corporation, offn -
ing its harangatttri .>' option <'
buying oil common stock m las
i bare,
Dr Miller bought 16.250. 1
years later he sold Uh
average price "f ii*t under l.H
for a net gidn ol ... |
81.250.
And at his death be rU'l hel
tfaa origlna] in uoo gu -ompnn
bOSUaS, now vilu*d at 87.6flti
Aiiogpth<-i pad > hi .
vest of ne irQ> i
IMIKS IT IJRlM.
HAPPINESS?
Of a sortyea
That is the story of three ir.-
the prasaesei
Then were two other companie
in which he had similar results
and it was out of the*.' I
t the bulk of his fortun

Of course, he made mistakes
:< nee of bad guesses, h
left 14.000 worthless gold share
.ind 3.500 worth of defaultc
But it b. interesting to note th
:.n iheas mis', ikaa vrere made b
lore be retired trom thi
Much laved
What BOfl of man u-a* he?
Hi- lived to Uu end very frugall>
Hut he was by no meuru a hum-
He miiiribuied to eonununiu
.iiid helped relations.
lie gave the band of his urn-
versHy a gift of overcoats, ant
when he advised hi- studenls ,
buy a text-book be bad vrlttai
v- gave them back i.-
the royalty he receive!
from the publisher nf the book
He wits Dfluch loved > stueants
colleagues, and neighl><>urs. but no
one ever knew that he was rich.
when hr wss ntken
hospital live day baton In
death he joked: "I'll never be
able to pay for this." And friends,
taking the comment iriouslv. mi: -
BCrlbod for a fui.d to bury him.
Of course. Qm money was handed
beefe
His legacy
Indeed, he never seemed to be
i in money. And he led
his entire fortune to his univer-
sity with the expl matkw 'U
gave me everything I have re-
1 simply want lo repay
my obligation."
Waa h* a liappy man?
On what evidence than
res. Hut this
of moncymaking Happily
diifeivnt prob'em.
II ccsnpb sills .'i < 11 ii.
bcht lUueUated 111 the old story
of the unhappy king
One after another the wisest
men in his kingdom wen eolwi
tn oflar tuggustions as to how hi
could achieve hayphieas, PlnaU)
njunsndad "Fin
man and let the king wear hli
anrrt
The kingdom wag searched, ami
i i.l\ one tiul. hippy man wai
found. But he did not possess S
shirtL.r.N.
IIAa H III It S IIM OHM Hi \ II \%
I ii' I;\tra\agam vof M*.SiokousUi
' I among the new
records is the StOkowSM
of the Sll iv N.. I
.
unusii.ii InternretaUons from tins
lor but surely
I : | 'I i .
. gance of Holly-
.. little
on Ihs harsh and un-
compromising painter >r the Fin-
HMV DB 08ia-)
hlng lo turn from ihi* lo
sn Thon
handling of DelhlB's North Coun-
try Sketches (Colun i X
I
'! the
11 n M ilnardl i uu i lerenaly and
the Bach su
AX 434-6). ThS lirilUr
String Quartet arc Just

manlike performance of Beetho-
tet No 3 (Deo O
439-41.1
From the Film
It is usually a mistake to take
. lin musk "tl . ftlm and press it
Into wax. Vugil Thomson Is
known as one Of the bSSt of COn-
Amerlcan composers.
He wrote Ihe :,.:. fur 1 l.
story and Columbia have now
isnied this on Four
SaOJ-g.) The n .
right with the Mm; II k
linil on ihe gnmophone.
This is DO) i temarkable month
Theboni
Should I < | Mging, in
French, two arias from Samson
nd Milan (OB 21263.)
'Gurden' Sfakvar
H U Hotti Ihe .nviinsui-hed
baritone wh h sung at Co
vent Gariii o iu Bbms
Ui.iei ,.n th i 4umbls ssbol
(LX 1403.)
Hm be?.t ni all is the i
I.luee Welitch in two arias from
Tchalkowsky's Pique Dame. Thc>
ire little known here, but good
singing c.an be recognised any-
where (Daces X 523.)
Elagaau
the death of Dtnu upatti
recently. Columb i h;i\
number nf records by this fine
pianist, but nothing lo approach
their latest issue. Upatti plays
two delightful Searlatt
on I.h 113 with nimble v
and slicea moi
mant of perfect] m that manj
greater pianist might envy.
Ballet Music
The beiastornanes mme i
their own with the music from
Qlaalla, In the version played for
the Sadler's Wells ilallet. The sel
should stir mMudrlea. it ii Qnafaf
recorded by the Royal Opera
House Orchestra under Hober:
HMV ( 7841.j
IibT.B.
Ihe First Peep Inside
Admiral Fechleler's 11.0.
B> SYPNKV SMITH
NORFOLK, (VIlflBte),
ADMIRAL KKCHTKLERnot long ago
central flgura In the hturm over the Atlantic
commandis now seen as possible successor
lo Admiral Sherman, U.S. Chief of Naval
Operations.
It may be. therefore, that someone so far
unnamed will become "Commander Atlantic."
But al all events, the Command Post itself
is readyand I have been allowed tn visit
it here
Seven astonishing rooms, with the biggest
maps in the world, await the day when they
tan be officially named the nerve centre of
Ihe West's Atlantic sea forces.
Six of them
are satellite
r you can see at
a glance the
position of al-
most every
ship o n the
world's high
seas, the
world's weath-
aomirai. IM HTiJ.in er from Pole to
Pole, and hear the talk of ships from the
Azores to the Cape of Good Hope.
The seventh room is the heart of this web
nf information, and in it La The Bridge. Here
are scale maps each 1.590 square feet :n size
53ft. x 30ft.
A little smaller, but the most vital of all,
covers what is called the "hot area" of the
Atlantic, the main convoy routes between
the United States and Europe.
Its size is such that two-inch square black
map markers pinpoint a convoy to scale,
almost ship by ship.
MAGNETIC MAPS
The ceiling around the room's exiles is a
tan#le of overhead rails from which hang
one-man electric travelling wire cages.
The great maps are hacked with magnet-
ised steel. In their travelling cages seamen
-wing around Ihe room clicking the multi-
coloured metal markers on to the floodlit
magnetic map-faces.
And then . The Bridge. Twenty feel up
a narrow steel companionway, across the
middle of the room, the 12ft wide span runs
on grey girders.
From a deep, tawny leather armchair in
the middle of The Bridge the man who com-
mands will be able to fight a battle in mki-
Atlantic or direct a convoy through enemy
submarine screens with only seconds between
his spoken orders and the changing picture
on the floodlit walls.
That seventh room is known as the "Com-
bat Intelligence Centre." When the North
Atlantic Treaty nations can make up their
minds, it will become the Fighting Top of
their joint Atlantic Fleet.
DELAY
What holds up the decision? The British
i v. inment, despite Mr. Churchill's claim.'
for the Royal Navy, is still determined oi.
its approval of Admiral Fechteler.
As American Atlantic Commander-in-
Chief. he can detach to the Pact Command
whatever he wishes of his present forces ol
nearly 500 ships.
The delay is still linked with decisions or
"f responsibility, and is still dependent
on the final set-up of the Mediterranean
Command.
Should the two deputy commanders, o'
East and West Atlantic, bo British and Can-
adian, or British and American" And when
YOU can see some ol these doubts in the
admiral*! own office to-day. On the wall b
his personal North Atlantic map. His own
: speculations on possible Atlantic commam
ire taped in blue, black, and red area:
.. query arises east and west of Ireland. .
1.000-mile area of doubt is taped north <
Norway, two provisional limits rim north
weal of Africa.
One thing is sure Whatever the outcome
WaahUigton is still betting its last red cen
that the man who eventually takes Thi
Bridge of the West's Atlantic Fighting To]
in the Seventh Room will be an American.
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6.V CROSS-BENCHER
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Ihe prourommr
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Allli-c i.
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attack en th.>
. .
-i i be pcr-
i^es, evict
nla, and rabaUtuta then
employeei
rt la a suti-
Btantlal eoncaaslon to the
1 moil of Aaricultura W rki
Ih M Mr Hilton bids for
rural workers' vi
Honour's Reward
a. i:.-( ban attoi Dak
..kes him
another step on the -'.


I
.1 :: i '
Dalton BCtad
s
'

in 1917
Hi
to be investigated.
ten i>ci'sonalIy was mil
i his depart*

Within Sir Austen
raewdad. He bacama the
lander in the Commons.
ntually he scaled the
heights as Foreign St*cn-t,ii>
Helacaaat Ahead
^k. Mr. AU lee's election plans
kit Bevan
ina early election hi
lly piescribes. And he
i.
skcll some distance along. One
ily.
IhC election will prodtM*
for Mr Bevan,
a the next ParUaoMni
Than e 111

I them can
ana:
Mi. Harold Wilson M.p. for
Huytort; Mr. John Freeman.
M.P. f.n W .:;
aixto Ml. f,>r Ueailinu South;
Mr. Tom Diibei^ M 1' (oi M:it-
don. and Mi (leol! - Itinv
Ml1 tot Hornchurch.
All these, and others besides
cling praaartously t> marginal
Beats. The lots swing to the
Right "''I eaaU) rWr*titiTei them.
Who will remain to tnotfort
Mr. Hevan' Of his principal
snppnrtr-rs there may uc left only
iiio Lte and Mr Richard
.. who both have lafe

For she, of course ll Reran
But there i no saying what
policj the Incaloul
tan will In- propagating by then.
One Short
Jt Already Mr Bevan U sure
" to be one shtirt at thr polls
kobar.
Here is Mr D,nald Bruce.
who waa
lu> parliamentary aide until hi
tost his seat last year.
Outside Parliament Mr. Bruci
has remained an eloquent advo-
cate of Mr. Bevan'* nostrums
trtetly be la "ol a Bevanite
For when Mr Bevan formed hi
private iiarty after resigning
Mr. Bruce was excluded.
Now Mr Bruce announces thai
he is standing down in Ports-
mouth West, where he has been
prospective candidate
He Is loo busy elsewhere. H
has become, managing director ot
M 600.000 Hull build-
ing firm, and its associated com
panics.
ihe lirm whose board-
room rows made regular head-
lines in its days as Tarnin Indus-
tries. Still snuggling out of the
doldrum. It is now backed by
Hambnts Bank,
ice was an M.P
he once rompfainetl that the City
#aaa patnenaes* %> Torie-.<
and industry." he said,
"tend to look after their own."
<'lU*rman of -Mr. BrueeT.
v-Mtni*ier.
Lord Sllkin.L I I


Till HSDW AK.IST II. H.-.I
RAitmnos u>VCH \u
Shipping Delays Cause C.O.L. Rise
p.xr.i n\i
Mr. Cave Reports
On London Visit
THE LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE is very
anxious about ihe delays experienced by ships in port. Mr.
H M Cave told the members of the Council of the Chamber
of Commerce at their meeting yesterday. He was reporting
on the recent Congress of the Federated Chambers of Com-|
merce of tha British Empire which he attended in London
as the Chamber's representative.
ContlnuinK he said that the
London Chamber had |
wing how much longer
it took al present for unloading
rig .'inn*, than it did IS
years ago. Ho continued :
-scd call-
ing on Empire and Common-
wealth f>ivernmenU I
gate the underlying cause* and do
their utmost to ran
hut Con-
stituent Chambers do all in their
unuer to bring home to the public
'
living which mist* fioiti such de-
Pmmow ServfcM
'The question of th.
a .hie, of paaMfi) .., t, ,
ritish West Indie* was brought
up by Mr Shenwi II. re]
the Trinidad Chamber. \
tion was passed asking the Con-
ference Urn ... ways and
means of providing th>

light that it would
he raora advantageous In many
("i < kn i-i nment depart-
ments to pure': ,.ie- tflnVi'dernhio
who by their expenence of the ,mii,
market COUld prices
ID many cases than th)
Agents
only buy ,mnd,,c rc,,1,,r,,l.ls "' ;.* '"' <" <<"IT .'"'"": ....
House Will Reduce
Commission Of
Parochial Treasurer
Death Inquun
Adjourned
Mr It. A .....
TransCanada ,uX

To Increase
W.I. Flights
ilhei
for St George ,.nd Mr.
M I Cog voted against tin | I
tng of the Bill. Mr. Cox ald
that n might be because there was
kilty of a coloured man
fatting t!i.- ,-ob thai the reduction
ight.
1 .....i iirefer to see Parochial
Treasurers getting fixed
I I tec no justification
' educing this percentage now."
Mr. Miller said lhat if it were
felt that the present holder was
getting too much. It .should have
i ceil reduce | lad ptfJ
Speaking for the passing of the
Hill. Mr E. I). Mottbg
would not have been fair after
UM M jraarg UM present Parochial
Treasurer was in office lo SOU
mx months before he was leaving
to call for a reduction, but with
tightening up and Increase of taxes a rriuctlon was
Of the routine in the Con- 'needed
ni order to elimm-1 Mr. Cox said that in the first
the possibility of any occur-1 place, all the Honourable Member
Kl told them was that a young
'ould be appointed and
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY on Tuesday passed a Bill h:
reduce the rate of commission of the Parochial Treat
of St. George on parochial taxes collected in that purish I M
from six per cent, to four per cent.
Mr. H. A. Dowding, junior member Cor St i..-
the parish would be getting a new Parochial 1
the Vestry had agreed that it would be better to pia
commission at four percent, instead of six percent
Mi P. E. Miller. the othe. -------------- _T_. ------------
the num
n Canada
u .i BarbeahM rim
Roe*
T C
,ne> ill be
I
a]

l
thai then-
Mr. n. <;. I.RACOCK
Since then there has been
nature
living.,. .ri '"" """ '""'l '" S.-plrmbor S.
to the trade." i
on New Harbour And
'
the Worshipfi.l Coo
Qrootrtj by Prlncon I
said Mr. Cave. "The President
Lord Llewellin then appointed
the commfttaai 1 eras appointed
on Committee 4 These commit-
aacfa day during
and prepared the reports which
lh "dole
Congress at their lUia]
Friday 15th June. Tl..
were sent on to you and I
stand they have been circulated.
Delegate*: i nterti bud
l ho opening1 11
the Lord Mayor of London enti-t-
talned the delegate! to luncheon
at Ihe Mansion House Among the
was Su Hartley Bnaw-
crass who gave the Conference an
assur.-yice that His
aid 'i" all in their
power to preserve Imperial Prc-
I
"On another occasion tha dales
(tea v. i .i ad by thai
Government at a reception giverr
tOl Hou B Sir Hartley
Shiiwcroiw* was the host. There
were two large banquets given
for the delegates and then lathes,
on.- it tha Guildhall given by the
Lord Mayor of London and the
other given by the Chambers
at ;ii" Savoy Hotel.
Invitations wen
to anuin Garden Parties at Buck-
ingham Palace on July 12th and
19lh."
Mr. Cava thanked the Counefl
for having asked him to represent
the Chamber at the Congress.
The whole pi
extremely interestim:. he said
and the organisation of events
was conducted by the staff of the
London Chamber of Commerce in
an extremely efficient
There were thirty-live countries
tied and a total of 256
"B-rrr the conference opened
a l.*.>k eras printed numbering
each delegate against his name,
address and title and badgi
with ihe c 'in i mdlhg number

This proved extremely useful
during the conference and ban-
quets, as delegates could consult
their book and without introduc-
tion locate any other delegate to
whom they would like to speak."
Mr. Cave said that a full report
of ihe proceedings at the Congress
Dfl prepared and would be
sent to the Chamber when com-
Ini|nri Licences
The President of the Chamber
Mr D G. Leacock :
the meeting on an interview
Which tWO-man Committee
from the Chamber had had with

cerning some trregulai tb
net*.
lid! "The Committee com-
prising Mr [m
law Ihe Controller ol
M us very full informs*
larding the Im
winch had oci irred la U
of import licenses.
Due to an accidental DUSjwaC-
Ing of some papers. It
| had Ix-en some irregu-
larities In the office and a full in-
vestigation wa *-
ally found that there had been
i TOfUlariUes import licenses
| j Than] Bros. Surti
United Co.. Civic Dry Goods
Store, and N B Wilson & Co..
ports from hard
. ,,
-The lm ''r* d"~
ferenl typo" in almost ever] -
tancc. and the total amount ir-
volved was $1.33" Ar-
.it ion it was (ound Oi I tl
clerk was UWOtt
god he wa* drgcheraed
Shipping Master
Mr. Arthur Huwell Meaterlon-
Smith has been appointed Ha.-
hour and Shipping Master.
-amKh who is :i...
the Second Master"
Certiflcate of Competence (Board
In September, 1940 and
nut Veen later secured the Cer-
ts Master
of a foreign-going ship. During
ne served as n Lieu-
tenant in Ihe Royal Naval Ri trvi
and also in the South African
Nav.a Poreaa, On demobilisation
s employed as Pilot and
. M.e.tei in \\
urma Marine Service
Mi M.isii-i 'toii-Smith sailed
from the United King Trinidad in the Admiralty tankei
"Oerwentdale" and is expected to
arrive In Barbados about Au*,,sl
11.
In The Legislature
COUNCIL
Th.- Legimlaiiv* f

Kiinw No II ISM
.bled a
I Ik EKwIk-nt'

ut frnm what I have heard,
he said. "It is likely that a colour-
ed man might be appointed to this
post I have heard quite a lot
about this particular nppolntment
and there seems to be Otne irmh
in this Bill being brought now
under the pretext that :>s It was
a voung man the rate should be
reduced.
No Reason
..:in-
in times hke these, when the
cost of living is soaring everyday.
I see no reason, no JueUAoatton
for the decreaee,
The man had a family lo de-
pend on him, be said. He saw no
> by a Bill of thai sort
should OOOM before the House
asking them to reduce the com-
mission instead ol increasing ,t.
He wanted a Bill to DORSB to pay
the Parochial Treasurer a Hxcd
salarj rathei thani percentage.
let sai,i thai it was true
th.it the implementation of Maude
Hepori would deal suitably with
the Vestries, but it npi*ea*red as
though some degree of selfishness
was .shown in the Hill. The.v could
not lake u junior OUl of school no
it son of certiflcate he
had and give him Ihe job The
10 be given to a man ol
expertance.
True, taxes were higher Bf
ml the Parn hial Tn
had to employ assistance and
!.ir ihe ysar rnilitin ln'iiic- Ihf COSt Of llVUtg WBI
i.. It they derided lhat the |
made to ur DUwtoi holdei "f the office was getting
illim .in July 14, IUA1 mdrr Um- -,,-_, ... .
.i ihe Edu.-in>n " 'uch. they should have
M it last year.
In the name of all that Is Jig-)
nd reasonable," he said. '1 do HO'
ee how It should be reduced and
ting the Honourable Merr-
T to refrain from pressing loll
Mil -
A.
I .
Kw-trt
UM illW-1
1 M"rd Wllh aiiM-fMlfin-nl-
ll !> mk pi!.vi.ion for (he dlrarllor
km ut ll vlHlHHI III IIM "I
lo ncrvr in th Orncrsl At-rmbly at
iiland. Ill* pro.-nl.irr of i*i wire
pcfwri al ueh vkclioni nH
rhe Council further postponed roiuid-
-oluliuri Ui upprov* ol UM
mpiilvfcv a|uiiiin hv Ihe Governor-
i r.xtuniHee all lhal wartaUi
rrel ol Innd 'p*rt ol Itw len*iilr land*
a place called BoSVleol ...nlalnms by
I .i>Ii.iiiiii-I
HOUSE
irkel.
Wh.
Adanu laid Ihe loltowlnat
Mi->uf* No II ISM from Hi. ExcelleB-
ry ihe Governor lnlom.lnB Ihf Hou- or,
cerlJin Acti which have ben anenlcd
to in tha name and on behnll of 111*
Mi.ji--iv ihe King
Ha 34 IMI informlna lr
House of n arriou* cam ahoruufe in On
Mrajfr No S IMI Ugaiglng the
Mutual IVfrnc* Aaalalaluv ABrrnneril
0 rw.....enl Hi
.-nl ol Ihe United Stalei ol
.. .
i..-1-.ti of Ihe Harbour and Shlppm.
Mr ihe >ear 1M
I CuMorn*
UM JUvenuo Trade. Sl.ipptn;
and Exrl- lor Ihe Uland ft
Annual Report ol Ihe Barbados Pub
lnHy Comniittve lor Ino y*ar rndi| .1-1

raj m, itotM* of a R*>-
'ullon to app^ U>e >''< '* "'
Oil., -l. IN B-MIl .. l'd..TH.l
Tintiiiii mav i-'M innielb lo UHabi*
candidate*
M W.icu .,-. l-
Sl.i., to auiborbr the &***"' W enit
ii tu an arrc-mcnl *r*MV peraon l<
f Ihe rkaparor-aait of Irlri.re an,
A.nculhlre m Inr otrkfe !;
He aleo lave nolle* of a RxaoIuUon fot
lie.**! lo auppleenent Uie Eatlmate.
PMI-eB. I'art II, Capital, aa ahown In th>
SupulamanUry Eatimatea. Illl-U N>
ft hedule lo ihla He,
Mr Adam* lave notice of .1 Dill in-
tituled an Ad to amend ihe Natural
AA i-i-.
The Houae paeied o Rewlmon f>
r. Wi for equipment a' th' Pine Plan
lalion and |he Central Llvniorh Farm
A Re*hjliou lor IliaeSO fm renal-
enulpmenl al Seavvell Airport
Thev bean conaieetatlon of Reohi
tion for ll.eta In eonraKtloii WlOl On
proposed rental ol land al Saaiaell
The lliH.ee paaard a Bill to amend th-
\<\ llll il"ll-Ji
A Rill to amend ino lllahwar* Ac
1*00 'IMO-M.
The Home adiourneH ttAnJ r.eal Tw
Butcher Gets
Four Months
For Larceny
IRVINE HANNISTKK a 45-
car-old buU-her of lie -
*. Michael was jrafterdaj -
tonced io four months' I
ment wiUi hard labour I i
tnci A |t.ii.,
lareany
HamiKtci stole 81 DOUDd .if
froien meat the projx-itv a| I '.
Goddard ,\ Sons ltd
between Aiijnm T and 8 The
meat was valued at $38.88
Bannister appealed age
decision. Poll,-,. Constable 33tf
Oaya witness tor the prosecu-
tiontold the court th.
Auauol 8 about 1 a m d
duty ,-ilong Bay Street wh. n he
raw Bannister with a large tag
which was placed on th>
a bicycle.
He nske.1 him whai he> had in
the ban -d B;n :.,:. <
ll Is a piece of wood Whin tin-
bag was opened he noticed .that
it contained frozen men: the
property of J. N. Goddard 4 Sons
Ltd.
Bannister later said thai he hud
Blhe ment from the Ice Tact'
Wiii tak>
, .
pond
-

- ml from Tt.
was aceompunted hv Ml t p


i before they
Can
da

B
with thi
company's nee
tin eio
ed sine die the inquiry
tarn oaata ol \>
HoUlgam Road si Mtehael

l

-

i oaeututio
a. a\ (

1 lice w..
..f the >k.iii and On lei
and hip areti
i'"' nun eruue i
bodj imt the heart ai d
multiple UQ
arrad
R

rnorninej ol h
boane uh the. i.
$118,650 Passed For SeaweJJ


ii l tiaaata IMI tt, No i i
*--- i i


.
the
Mi
itl

my laat visit here in
Maj laat vaan1 are hare opened a
P i
rear v.. b ive an I
est level of summer DU
i:i Caribbean area ilnee the
'leninning of th)
IM3.
More Vivitnr-
i ootinuc
i tn kda ind TX \
ire axpi Ung to beinj

ho ponj i !
. ..
Ihoritlc -'ii the > >- -
. .
r.C.A'k fle I craf
lie augmented within
i IT in outer f I
ease In Intel'

Into the United *-
Due to the i
beterean tha Brttleh W
da, more Intel
been ihown In the ua
fremht aftrvite to
Canada
P.C.A are looking
i ' the opening i
Co*l new
who was placed on probation for [i>uildin: on Lower Broad Blreei
12 months for steniing ;i tm of toward) the and "f the
ham valued at $24. will provide greatly Improved
Mr. ll Waleou IhfobaUonI'acllluei for ihe travelUng puh-
Ofllcer did not teeoninend lei n '
[pick
. \ a
I I .


in the ro
his loi
A i^h whl

i >u looking ii"

-
h it.
I
.
tilled the I
D \
,i I" T i
Lower \V barf Bus)

I



till union
\, 'I.I.
I i ..,



Wei
1 i i )>viiellr v. .
T.u.'i .
il, freefa fruli
a quanl
M i B i!
.. llHIl
nor "to
plan of
' I
' -

S 29.200
;. Coi trol 11.200
11.100
93.000
.

to bring this
^mended
. f $117.-
i

I
tan of

I 18.450 is
l lo Implement
.i \irpor*
SPECIFY
Station
with the
lo the Bride* Pblk.
here he waa charged
larceny of the ment
Sciben Waldron Ineper *
tha criminal records told the
court that he know* Be
f probation
this charge.
for B:i 11
Hon Taxes Collected
Mr. Allder said lhat he had no
rticular interest in what wag
me in that particular parish, but
KM within the last number oi
:- taxea wen- coilectad
.ban when the last holder got hi,<
,ii>. he would support the raduo-
Hon.
Mr. Mottley caid that the Mill
js one which every responsible
ember of the House would
clcome. Some years ago. on the
retirement of tne St. Michael
.'arochlal Treasurer, (ft soon as it
*as seen lhal there was no
oiilance between Ihe Parochial
Tn-usurcr's salary and Govern-
nent officials, il was felt that the
lalary should not be what it then
was and the St. Michael Vestry
Hit it on the basil of a salary.
The Senior Member for St.
."ieorge had been speaking with
liter ignorance of the facts. If
wed it to stay at six per
ent.. Ihe Parochial '
ould lie getting more than the
\ccountant General. It was still
i question of r 1,250 per annum.
Da i think1*, he aafcpd, "MM
ould go on lo pay a Parochial
Veeeurer more than you pay an
\ccOuntint General or Colonial
tary/?*"
Mr F. L. Waicotl laid thai it
rag not a time when there was
r\y justification for paying any
'arochial Treasurer on a percent-
e basis. When there w. s .
Iffl ulty In cdlaeUni tjxes tha
/as alright.
Mr. l-ewls ^ald that the-
oubt that there ahoi Ii
'eflnlte salary. Before
-urer had to Ml
in paid hut this was &
.rosecution.
When the pa ling Of the BUI WBI
.ml to the vote, Mr, Cos and Mi
OIBBt it.
Anti^uu Hurricuiic
Hr-H ANTIOUA.
a Pros uVe Au-
mliiistraliir's Oftlce Anh.
(hat the aecretary ol Itate hi
approved propotuils for a further
i'i the re-nouMii, proejranuni
This stage I ind n.ii-.l eneou:
' and eommti I
(iants -if in.iterials up t<< tii
lalue of S300 will be mi
ble
(I) to peraoi
were destroy ed bjf the hur-
ricane und Who by the :
own eftoi t i ubatan-
tlally laPKun reOOl BTVl
tion lo a ree
ard
(iu to uei
were destroyed i.v the bur-
rkane and who .,re wil
ling and able to i
new houses by ttv fa
or community eft- i
approved standard
fn addition to the above grant
loan of up to $100 In material'
may be made where the Central
Mousing and Planning \
Is satisfied lhat further aid is
required to eon plHi Ihe bov
and wheie the Owner I
the advance by instalments nvei
a period of five years.
Twenty concrete block house*
will also be built in wiou !'- ci-
ties aa demonstration housei and
will be let or will be sold i hlra-
purchusc U'lmi to person amOal
houses were destroyed by tl e hur-
ricane ar.d who arc unable 'o hej,
in the building thcms<;. btl
who are able and willing to entei
into an agrement to
Instalments the excess of the cost
over the grant of $300
Whoie possible land
made available on villa
stuns to persons who -
I either outfight
hire-purchase terms.
Barbuda will raoahn
attention, and In this eta
of material will be available (ol
Ihe const) uction of 40 h
Tirr Brigade Gels
! I iil-r Alarms
i he r in Brlaadg raealved twi
false alarms in the monUi >
Juh Up to reaterdaa
.aiarms wen- also received log this
Iwefefe.
in an Interview with the Adv-
aate re b rdaj Plri I ifhei i
It. Craggs -.....i rhil i
Ihe Km-
i hich i^ ihere I
i
i
is on n way to buse lie.....
genuine (Ire where II i
ii.\ i.iveii ii.., ,.. i ur ind
prevent tlw li on* gettlni
to the ,1-tie of that file 111 time
11 IM
xten.
B.N.A. REMOVE
CLINIC
The Barbados Nui
tion removed their CUr
Sunday from Bharoi l St
as. tu Shop Hill, :
about 100 yards (roi i the
fi- me
site.
This was one of the first tl iiu;
the Association did after th. An
nual Flag Day which was or-
ganized last Friday, Tl.-
1s a more convenient site an,
the land aled is lei to thl
a peppercorn rent
A DREAM COME TRUE!
Se eaaseOi. So Srlk
lor you. loo, N i
r.lgah.-lK*alPuda-Jit, '
I., i flator* I
-aMIIa.
ebioolate aaal
hunrrv miti Serx
Moi.1 fmMin, in
ear.
Hie inquest

on liehulf
!*asl \s Presenl
Com fae>f mere
At
Iween Pasl
rneriana

Septembei I, at 1.0"

Past '-.mi end H
Al tra ^
,f the Con i
... latson, bald in I
fOllOwirip. ollii. HrOP -
Mr. D. A. M 11
Mi It A Se.iU

i p Ident, Mi D i
-.. ret ii r, Mr V 0
......
TudOr Tie.,-I.;.
1 -.
I r . i Bye
,i C Hope < n
i
while ud a
Id.- C S. rill hold Ihei
Annual Reunion Dlnra i
Hotel Roj

() A IM
\ a w

Rudder, J w. i
< A IK..'
...
School Kali o
tenth*) i -it I.....
"EVEHITE"
ASBESTOS-CEMENT
CORRUGATED SHEETS
AND
"TLKMLL"
ASBESTOS
WOOD.
CAI*T. FARMER TELLS
OF LIFE .7 R)T()\
CAPTAIN W A. FARMEIt. wl.....
;ifter a soi ics of rouiMs in E land returned l
Central Police SUUon on I
Acting Deput\ Commlsaionai "f Police In ii
i H A Stoute I n mmi .mm-i of I
M
INSIST ON
is on tWO weeks' WCStlon,
:
e where r, month
that 1 P
moulh I'- I
I 4
At Ryton than weft I
from the Horn
ind the Cotoniei tafclng tl
Course. The chief item on the

which each itudent had U
One was foi ,m hour and tl -
othe (or ball an hour. The b
i.-.iH I-- i I...
. r liy Ihe slu.lent. r'oi tl
hour lecture the tudenl
.
I
...d 1(1 I r
v irmei ' nibji
I
ing in Colonial Police I
Mao on the programme we e
many discussion:- i
. || ...
partner wai
* ipend two w
District Training S> I
Itairordahlrf HI
>.r-nt linft'Mi only l;..ie.i ., .-<'.
. ltd be
-. he played UM
the College U
i
,t he was fn- -
- ,
'ollcre and also
Top Score
ReeeeeetithM Rvton in a match
No i Training
in.tain fanner Irnoeka

IfiwIinP
h formal four for 21
*ow thai I l to duty
.
M-ason In 'he island
HI ! analnst Harris. -
This matct.
. -.t 25.
i
-
England

-conn* "9 each 1
with great .skill but the

1 riding. lie

.11!
i.owls on
.....

parmei
.-. of the n tb
;-...
e and 1
(
In th.
I

...
1
-1 the BngUsh
India this winter.

,.lnng wit! I
on the Oaease -
March I
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PAGE SIX
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MJiCUlAE ,HCJtt
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. 4LKA-5illZIS I ,
m IivmIkIw mn-
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ml i:m>\. u (.1ST . 1951
BARBADOS \l>\OCAT
|-\i.l i m .
CLASSIFIED ADS.
pini.it sins
REAL ESTATE
The charge for
Birtba. Marriage* DssUM A.tnaat- |
Ugmar.lB. and In Memoruun noticaa W i
SO or. week-dan md II ID DO S
1st an* number of word* up lo M Beef '
5 u par void on w*-i'i and | !
per word ob 8unda>* tot Nch
additional moid
For Birth*. Hairuir r
announcen.enii
charge la BIO for any nunit-r of worde .
up lo M and rents per word lor rarN
additional word T between ISO and 4 i'r.. JiU for Death1
ion nEXT
"".- charo. track T ami
I t**u Sti-dayi it
''1m 1 mil a i... j .
o-d o- S.ad*),..
AT ST t-AWRINir. ...liable
II tM tin
HOUSES
Hattaa
nly aftct
CLIFTON TTHHfli r. To an approved!
tenant. Furm.hrd Hotiar. 1'pper Bay St
Owpotilc VMM and Aqu.i.c Club. All
modern convenience* Appl on premises ,
3 a u
IIM Share* WEST INDIA Bl'M
REFlNIJtY LIMITED
The abo.e i'.ih will br art up
Public Competition at the office ad t-
| M4rnicn*d on Friday III* 19U> day i
Augtiit
.lip l_.
CABRIN<;TON a. SCALY,
Lucea street
M- 3,i
AVVOIMUIIMS
t.OHAtNr. IIAt.l II I ......
ha Bra Very large and i re
from ! October
i II it ill HOI -i. i OH >AU
,.
i rt Can obiain-

Dial MI*
S 51fin j
I at I -it
.-.a
I One 1 V I hou*c with dml al Br,
tton'a beach rnH tlim SO Can r.
|MMW. and tha balance
Apply lo D'Ah-% A s,.,tt Ma...
AUCTION
AM. INK OUA1 HI I f
from ASPRO Colda and flu diapellvd
headache* cleared-thmc .wilt relief
from Rheumatic and Neuralgic Paint
Neevlnrae Rleeplewrieia Let ASPRO
.< akl NOW 8 I :.l ion
made to BMaavra srtthM a dav if
I
A 1,-llc. -
Wnrtcnanahlp ROY .
nigk m 11 ! OH
hoi k.av iii;iii.t- i. r
Bpicc* BANTA M..R1A .nvrlleel hotel
In Caribbean. R-.'.e. Iron, f OU per head
per dar GRANf HOTFX- in h*-.t real.
dcntl.l dialncl unlrr Go.ernment House
Mil. h-itr. from t Co par head per da>
SEASIDE INN-On Grand Ana Bathing
Beach llalaa from ft 00 par head per
day Icui.rio lu D hi Mingri. Grc.ada.
." N Ml
FOR Mil
AUTOMOT1Y ,
IT....
n nd condition Appl. to H
KM Cap ...I Biilllr
INDF.R TIIK -II \ l l;
IIAMMKK
...
wr oill nail on Prlda. lha 1Mb a| ...n
(eiieel n iic Cat* li a
I
Term- I
i*i, s -IK. TROTMAX A CO.
lu< Ii"n. .1-
The Door Is
\\ iile Open
OM Sl-l Dr-partmmt of
till bo work fur th.
Sg of dlMfrfwmrtit
Athewm said thr S'
rrnmenl ftaOUld st;^v> n- ..II f< .-
m.r.'U in
by dcL>. in tolnllif HithOUl
i hi i .iti lug mil [Hi -
s.-t forth i" "St*1

(Hunt tin
vide open to liw
; akm iu partldp ..
WOrM m :n.ik;iiK Ih-
.. cfTi.'t.. t -
At"li'i 'I lid BJ) i\iiuilik,
-it Tru-
rtrlt Nik >-
no chan;t'
, eUft.
"II the Soviet Union MM fMU
to r.'irh eacrt rigJliilc agr*'-
tO n( Ihesr objectl\
NllMr] within tl
WwHam" Arhi'son said in a pi
piired iiUiU'tin'i.i wblcli
lo reporter*.IT.
f IM7 Model
CAR Auattn A til , aoocj
ApaWI -H H Duranl. Grove M l".il.p
I'MISOMI.
Married ailalm

tr..rtlnc any debt or debla I
I i b) 4. written ord* t U
i ill I*. I i AHTOI.
Tha Public li hah| arr.ed
WANTaW
Minimum rharae i,*ek 71 m
M cci.li 5hda>t M u-onda
icordi 1 rrnli a irord week i
HI"1 HELP
One Aul< aMlla utrli an Cola a> .'. ..
('.. lid
"Mill l I.I.KK !.
I .
at O Chalknor L
BMI.I
A : I II -t. : M \l,-l -i I
rW-iili>ii< to the
Mm** spciabuir.'
l-idy Ton. riarh Short
WlllarH. |>I paraon-
alH/. 'Hi' ofnee opatlanc* Salary
UBO ri-uia: to 10ti 00 pel month Apply
Uirarloriilr Oani I .1 M I
lea Mnuar Bulldmaa. Broad Rt
MISUhlXAMSOUS
uovn rn m pttojacTOii oi .i>
l. mm Mo\-la Pllm Projaclor wilho.il
- und. Phone 0M1*. I 1.51-an
WANTIIl IK 1.1*1
Enallah Couple mi
lurnlahed FUI or Bungalow. lr>n let
llnan. War*. n>frlc*raior oaaaniial. Wni*
- O Bo. or Telephoii. mo
I.IIM A IOI \JI
CinQVB N U U> I"
i rC -iada p.i nbl* lo I
Heal I I'll' i rawardad returning
i Parochial Traaaur
Pi Michael II 1M >
i'ATiin CASE K- Cnaa dark bl
e. Photoarapha Find*T I
: .d Bcriea Y M
piraaa return aaaw
i a si-h
Blk Rock
WE ARK
BUYERS
Kb ,.^ s'.inipi.
ra. Good priCM I
KinniAN >i >' -"I n i v
tad Floor. No. 10. Swan II.
mis
RALI'll BEARIl'N
TOY AMI FunNITVIIr.
1'AY WHAT YOl' I 1KF
IIAVF. WHAT YOl' 1 IKK
CAl.l. I.OMI.R B *1
A To-day's (i. A. Son)!

'I ..ml to br happy '
"but I can't be happy
, tall I have a Gas Cooker
too!
. . Hubby take note '
FURNISH
florae & Offic-.-
THt, MOSrT/ SAVING WAY
NEW and r*na'l !' '
Bpringa, Laiha. Bur*-iua lift up.
aa, Cradl-.. M<>i
I
A oprlaallhe Cumnion..
Bed-
room A Kitchen CaMnal
land*. Da*ki. ':.
Olaaa Ci i..rJera
Marble Blab Bewina M- .
for hand and ,-
lorkiti'tl and Bootmakinf
L. S. Wilson
SPIIV SI.
AuatJti lo h p and Ford 10 h p
lini order AppU
I Dear'a Gaiaur- K .'
1 a 11 On
I U one Ford Prelect ir
dltlon Further particular*
i ara H M J..ne.
Limiled. Telephone MT
app-y I. 11
* Company.
Sir Alec Knew Late
King Abdullah Well
Hah. on a

united slaves on
ttoottf*) th.
Mi t>es had a conhimetl
UMl altaWUflh only 3S. h
Bg on Saafi It Dalgtd bo
dm i" t" bmhb iiiui
Abdullah. Haj was rikorl
fair-skinned, with h
: trimmed blown beard, masking
I hi- smooth fat-e and short lips.

; tniii-**, iuid was vharm-
1 ing (in acquaintance. He stood not
' '. I v.ith til
OORMTI m mo*t e*y fishiin. .c..
i II into serious talk. Un-
veil I bUBMHt seetnetl to f,i.l
IV > Mi- then those his words,
and argued shrew .11. .
.onversition continued.
I bi IBM more and more sure thai
AbdUlaBn was tK> balanced. to>
cool, too humourous to !> a
HpMtaU* the armed
prophet who. if history be true,
in revolution. !h>.
mallM Wou'ii ...t- . |-rli.ips m the
Bar -iK-ieta,"
# I \ I I i: . .
VI WMKKFll int.. AUiulU.hV
Umt, aWnoUBCtBg D complete
till an anibitiot, i.. .|.
lO I'.- Ii.-
Hfln v.it(i men. machine guns.
explosives, and automatic ininc-.
enmigh for a m.-un eltort
-Mu! AWhill.th was n pathetic,
lie wauled to i.ilk al-.ul Un-
royal families of Europe, or the
Haltlt of Um Sonime; ihr !,
mgrch of his own war bored hm
('All Our Dudae
nolor cm
1 'll. pi,,, i
IMS peclal Uei.i
CAB: Oox IMI HI
Klta*) A-l condlllot
Cole a Co.Ud
man Saloon In aban.
Milage under MM
a a si a
CAM (I'd Saloon ,.nl>
tfOOO mile, in excellent condition
Ford INI Prefect very suod condnion
and reaaonably priced
Mnrria I h p going reaaonable
Morrl. fl cylinder low milage and good
michanical caadlUOB
Ford mi VI gums cheap
ltM Itoyal Cheaply Priced. -
Fort Royal Oarage Lid
LONDON.
HURRYING back to London ).i*i
nignt vrai -,n AltN Kirkurnlc.
BtitW. Min.sk-r ti. tin- Arab BUM
of Jordan and lifelong i i
friend of the ;i-.r ,:..,'t i Km..
Abdullah.
.1- fai to go.
Fat Sir Alec happens lo be on
Britain.
Hia assessment of the ittuataon
created by the murder is baini
eagerly awaited by both Whitehall
and by Washington.
For Sir Alee, who has lived in
Jordan almost continuously since | u. ,(
iiu. t.. t << I ta
CAB '.' ;
Fxcrller.l runn
..ii run) T-o
any apeed "
raasoaaMa i
r><
ixiru lJ0. T n Model.
madman ... i ba* n
aler; independrnl front
i glvea uerf-cl ride al
icr leaving laland No
rcluaed l-honc 4171
1 a 11 Hit
ELECTRIC A I-
HIT r*l*\TI tfasaMhouH
double 1 Plale. perlect oia-

. a 11 -In
FUKMTl'KK
OFUCE CHAIH.s .lu.t received -
ahipmanl of Office Posture Chalre with
Hire* paint adjustment See them today
a T Oeddes Orai.l Ltd or Dial 4441
I B.ll-t f n.
MECHANIC*. I.
"teal Sack Truck.
ley,, alao Spare WheeU
Trollara MS00. Tnwki Ml O0
8 P MUSHON WIN A (
Dial 3711
.' ,1 Trol-
ii Tj rat
nd ua on
H 11 |B
MISCELUANEOUS
SC -- One lad lea Gahardlne
Mire M One blue Homeapu"
I Phone Hill V I II In
MFOASS At Pout Bqua.i

i

P MUSBON SON A
3713
KFCORDS- Charlie Kuns. Ding. Swing
and we will order for you If we
aven't got II In stock A 11..... a Co ,
Id 7.M I I a.
vi ih ii Minns
Tat catla pa* aoaie line oh iceek-dapt
and 11 came per aoate line on An "day r.
nlnlittrm ckarpe SIM cm iseek-dayi
and IISO on Sunday/
NOTICE
ie Parochial Traaaiirer'a ofilce I
Mli..il will he .loaed at II o'clock no
Thursday sih Auguat IBS)
era iii'inis
Parochial Trenrer.
| | '.!.. .. .
I S II- In
IN TIU: MATTr.R
IS III! I I |
I I.mi n
her*by glv
ml
NOTK i:
Ilora ol the above-named Compiin
atkh la being volunlarlly wound up.
. ' reunited. on or before the Firal
da) ol October 1*11 being trie djv tor
I hat purpota flsed by th* undenigned
Alfred DeCourcy Bnyre. Ihr Liquidator
of the aald Company. lo
'I .-!. i f
of their debla or claim*, and Ihr
and addrnaea of their Solicitor* II
to lha imderaigncd. and it ao req
b. notice In writing from t?w
I Lquldato'
i an .. Iheir aaid debu
,l:iim. at HKh lime and pi-
h.. pecirted in au.h nollce. 01
^111 b e.cluded trort
. tiibutinii made brf<
auch debts ara provad.
Dated thl* Mlh da, of Julv. IMI
At-FHED DeCol III \ l-.\i.
ol No H Jama* Street. Brtdgetow,,
I.IO H.l-l
he fgfal went out there m 1921. Is
the lor
authority on th.
JORDAN itself OpkU
j-iverly and eoitiirai.it,.,
cance In sue is recognised both
' states as
'. ns of the
West in the Middle East.
Tha other two an Turkaj and
Israel.
Like Turkey and Isrjil. Jord m
hu a ueii-trainr.i army of high
righting value. Lit-e llieni. too,
Ids of vital import.n.
as transport bases ndn
"fT p..ml.-. While King Abdullah
lived Jordan's loyalty to lha Watt,
i ^liuii'lnwn wilh
the Soviet Union, was unquestion-
ed. Just as is that of Turke
During rw recent visit In Am-
man 1 heard none of till fl M '
' tan talk wliuh 1 had
heard from Arnb leaders In Bag-
dad, Hi-nut and Dam
ample
While Kmic AlKlullah v
active power the West had every
reason to anticipate thai the
Jordan armv (which, under Its
_ Britlan .iiivtsory staff, is at
Plantation P"*"1' undergoing a mput i,
an .sion and modernisation) would
evai fot tha quarrel with its
i.iaili ncighboui II Bovhrl mvu-
ii.ii called fur a (Mint ra-
the Middl. |
T-he quest* sir Alec
I 'HI to
answer now Is this*
The Avoissiii
I think It is siEniflrant that the
:, ., it: .., ., I';iii 'tini.ii ..r.,- .,|
the half-million
.. bo bad (i "-mi- Jot dan i Itlzeni
when Palestine was rhvuled
between Jordan and braaj In
April 1949
He was a former henchman of
- eont LUabb anU-Jewlah
and anli-Alklullah eX-Mua*U 01
Jeniiatlarn.
me e I'iiU-tlninn Jordnnltes
pi > inl v bean Ini
under the intluenee of Cominform
agantt, who in their ntnpoganda
have oMnly called f >i the
assassination of Abdullah.
Tin- rVaatlnlanj hava also
been making a Krouit i
Htar iiitlueiu-e in the
rjf Jordan atla
tions In AiiKiist were |Oing t .
lha Brat real teal of the i
itj^ngth
It is conceivable thai the ihoi k
of the king's asaasfeina
th.- renova] of his powerful pro-
Western personalitv from a peo-
ple still accusuanad to follow the
strongest leader n
to listen more ,!. I,
naan ajaaaant
Arab l^-uion
one decudve factor will i- the
Arab I#gion. in which the Pales-
tiniana had so far i- i
carefully m bounds,
But however thlngl turn out
fOI th,
oil SO- I tidier
lie-.. Fallal
PlCeon Hole
l


future one lading I ..
Jordan, without Alxiullsh,
lofiger quite the certain bulw.iik
nf lha West which it still was 34
hi.in- .Hi,
IHH MAJESTY KING AB
IH II \ll MIS IH -s| IN
G.C.M.G., QBE, was born In
MaOM the Moslems' holy city.
m years ago. He was the second
on -.1 the late King Hussein of
thy Hejaz. and elder brother of
the late King Feisal of Iraq H.
ruled 400.fH)0 people.
IN THE KAISERS WAR. h,
pa i|)l>' 'iel|)ed Lawrence of
Arabia lo organise raldl on Hie
German, :>nd liie Turks. In
1921. Mr. Churchill, than War
Secretary, had him appfuitcd
Emir of Transjordan. He be-
cam i king tif ihe sove-r-i|n ||
ni State of TTanawrdnn
in 1940.
VISITED BRITAIN ,n 1941'
was the guest of the King at
Balmoral. Mad greet fa,lli n
Glubb Pasha (Maj. -(
John Glubb). who niaaJa his
Arab fagall of ,000 a legend-
ary desert lighting force. Had
a marvellous memory, played
top-cliss faaara, loved poetry
His harem COntaJraad I
wives prescribed as a maxi-
mum by the Koran (one of
them was a Negress whom Ab-
dullah found helping the cook
In the palace kitchen i
WHEN HE TRAVELLED BY
AIR. he ciTicd a compass, so
Id pi 'a-' towards
Mecca when saying his prayers.
Br LAWRENCE Or Alt till*
i| Uiilcd I ruin "The Srvrtl I'il-
BWI <>' Wisdom" ipuhlMo-d lit
Jonathan 4'apel dearrihlng
Ihe time when Ihe great sol-
dier, mystlr. and kingmaker
hrlped Abdullah to carve out
his nation.
ga DESCRIBING HIS I IRS I
MEETING WITH \l)lll I
.All
SHERIFF ABDULLAH, the
B) IN IMI DIMRT . .
hi* kindness and i
harm, 1 was i
these people had no personal i
'Abdullah passed his merry I
a, cesaibli
limiting suppli-
ants or new adherents, or the
hearing of disputes, to one public
session In the afternoon For the
real he read the papers.
-Abdullah and his friends .
*oult_spend much of the day and
all the evening hours tormenting
Mohammed Hassan (Ihe court
fool). They stabbed him wilh
nied him. dropped sun-
heated pebbles down his back, set
him on (Ire.
"Sometimes Ihe jesi would he
elaborate, as when they laid |
powder trail undei the rugs, and
lured Mohammed Hassan to sit
ii it- i ajd
"Once Abdullah shot a coffee-
pot off his head thrice from
twenty yards and then rewarded
his long-suffering servility with
three months* pay.
"Abdullah would sometimes
ride a little, or shoot a little, and
return exhausted to his tent for
massage, and afterwards reciters
would be introduced to soothe his
aching head.
"He was found of Arable verses
ind exceptionally well read. The
local poets found him a proAtsil la
audience He was also ,
0 Nab iv and letters, and wftuUl
have grammatical disputations In
his tent Bnd adjudge money
prizes "
# IN ACTION . .
-While they hesitated, then-
came up Abdullah, the impcrlui-
bable improvident, adventurous.
..'.,. (a.n.i rratwni
Coiiluiuilists liiiinrr U ill;: v. :i\
as front page I
bad rruKh Joa
OWn words" by cancelling the
scheduled Sunday trm
ing alter Jo* had said he would
attend It aaid:
"This self-contradictory and
confused attitude ol the Ameri-
can side, shows how hard it
has to try to find pretexts Kji
Mining tune so as to adjust the
>n that has arisen out of
| exposure of its unreasona) U-
linoa regarding a military io-
i mareation line." ,
The broadcast referred to the
deadlock among iruee negotiatm .
iver the hk-ation of an armistice
ouffei- zone between opposing
..i line-
Communists gave their propa-
Kidgw.iy's message tl
to resp, al zone oi
| .
ceasefire negoti.
an war
have been interrupted
urday and there it no Intrjcati.i
when they may be resume aMaflra m-t t-
bjick to then advance base below
K V.
terring with
'
headquarters here "1 have r: i
id.a when the talks will ba -
sumed." \ B Turner
.
team said on ...
Korea.1\P.
CHANCERY SALE
flAIUIAXtlM
The undermentioned properf will be ael up fee *a| M
Public Building* Bridgelown l^.ren IS noon and 1 p m
ihe dale *perlnad below If not Ihen ~.ld. It will be vt |
Friday al Ihe tame place and during lha aame hours until
on application 10 me
KENNETH t-ARl.TuN um^i I
or the .um and on

Id Full p
I T
IS'..' .,
land Of Uarbadoa abnveaald cciStUjV
lit) eight Bl hW#
ritii n.]7Anmi o'neale
l-HOI-EHTV AU THAT .,
PlanUtlon In tha pariah nf St. Lucy and laland I
ln by admeasucement three acre. ,,Ld Ihtrly
or leaa i made up ol four arparat panel* of land lonumi' '
menl Two rooda and twrn\. t loiiitren panhaa. and one avre re-e--. tl.ei. i butting Mid l-miihil M
on land* now or late of Thocna* Jo, .tun. on Imtda .-.w or late uf Mr-
en Undo now or late of L elnfMh on lha public road and on lano-
bound: Together with lha Meaaui g.- or U-.liing Houaa tueniii, and all and -
ingular other Ihe hoirne. arid auUtlUSII ost th.- laM i
landing and being wilh the apomier.ai.ce* belonging o
ii WlLUAKa
Regllrar-in^"r,--
insaatT psucr cisis-iSdM
IATE UF SAIJ" IMh Augu.t. tail
bvunuoog
tH Pt'tWUANC
OFFICIAL NOTICE

i.i. a.,,
,ir>ecting ihe propert.
right i
1 lien i
ii ,
I mentioned the piopecl,
their etalrna wuh their wll leatet
irasaed I I Frktai i*t.,
Ihe hour, of 11 noon and 3 I'rlor. In lha alteinooo al the Reg I Mr at ion om.
Public Bulldlnga niidg.io-n before Ihr Mlh day of September. IMI. in orde.
that *uch .l.um- may be leported SB and lanked arcordliis to I he It
ncSS *uch peiHin* will be pierludad from
Ihe henerli. of any d-rrae and bo deprived ol all claim, on M agalntl Ihr SSH
riairittff LEBTKH I.EBOV GILL
Sal HOBITA GORDON COOL'
riiopri'TY
AJJ. THAT cerlaii *ugar pUnl.nion called "Tins BPA'1 iluala In lha
I gaJM Jou-ph in thla Ulaod arid CWnUUiIng by e.lmialloo 111
Acre* M pen he. uf laud oi thereabout* abultlnf a.ul bounding on lands now
or lair of Moml Wilt.,.,, r.rke.. Iliihu.mil Hill. Cane Oarde.. and rrullful -iill
..- late ol W N Vaughn. J.-eh rliacl.haw. Samuel
l Frederick Augu-tu- l-hmael and on the public load or ho waver
.l-i Hie same niav ati,.t and 1-......I loBaUwi with Ihe menage .,. dwell .
windmill. Itoiltng hou*e and olh.-r bml.ling. thereon -oil theret.. Wlouglnn
" WIU.IAMR.
ma. ISt
Beaul
SHIPPING NOTICES
i I i I -I .1 .: m l-
NtW F.SALAND LIN*. I.IMIIID
(M AND
B.B "ARABIA" erlLadulad to aal
Irani Melbourne llUi June. Rrlabane Hm:
June, Port Alma Mlh June. Sydiie..
Alb) anV arnvKg Tnudad and July
artd Uarbadoa early Ainu"
B.B "FORT FAIRY' is scheduled
Ball from llobart lala Jurn. N,th tfiirr -
laud mid July. Brlabaiie end July. B)dnc
early Auguet. Melbourne mid Aug,.-i
arrlvlns at Trinidad nUd SWpicmher
Caigu acceplad on thoniat* ma*
nard frosen cargo.
In addition to fenetal rargo Ihe*.
ta>ding foe iranahipmeni at TrlsldM
to Brlll.b Oulana, leeward and Wind
ward Ulaod*
Fur further particular* apply
II IS**". WITHV (O LTD
TKINIOSU
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
d 'i n -"
let llal
i
..... ml
in in \ nth a igwea rasa .11 Mil. n<> ro 11 iv in \ii i i.i i i a i t M to HEBA Wli Aagii>l ISS1 HELENA IM Meul IUSI
\'t H H -. .. .
New Shipmciil of . ,
S.WIH'S I II IIIH 1I.1HKS
. . .1 ii-t Received
rifiv cwrrm/u. emporium
Corner of Broad and Tudor Streeu
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them have had
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I'M.I IIGHT
bakrados advocate
Till KMHV W l.l -l 'i
TORNADOES MAY RACE IN TRINIDAD
MAS PHASE OPENS
IN W.I. YACHTING
(B) On YiU'lilini: ( orrespi.iulrnl )
The B V.uhl Race may MM. he helu. Il is
[YMmadosjg will go to Trinidad either In
the MflM type"
I I
tha tittle
boon up 'it will stage u tlKht "
i: were held. Thl
v number to five
.ind tin- final regatta was sailed

i I
". irfcMM at
m and aerie*,
series of races, which will start In the third Regatta Vamonc-
Al Fir .1 WH -'!.ml. fi>l-
kaway third and
in ue fouith
.... his son
ayyd nickel. OcurK*1
, Stoute salted vamoose which end-
mi Edrtl won ttaU race.
at MM minute ahead of
tain Three
I
THE- GAMBOLS
\' "'.* .IOV r,ovo W> OsX1
SWA*..- *vl *JH>t*T 6V Tftfci
-t *JWJ. _"J_i.^4
etrna taki- i I
C* - J*. r- Ah.' i I
TJVcw *?**', 1
7% 16 Proud Feeling
can be Yours !
.
English. S. African Wings Over
Cricket Averages GllllS
Starfish Beat
Mermaids.'{()
'UualiflraUi'"
Sti-
ll to defeat
Vamoose again and Ti "!*iiV'r'*nfi
i d him hv living him a Rood jump ,.
I . v ... i .,-.. rtaoi i
Ednl easily. Edril was however ".
fourth
Huooti
Cricket Results
AUGUST n
i> EngUah
to-day were hi
tin
wast an
rfhilUk.,
clots Vamoose taM k p
mr owner's hands. M first
,01111 U) ",r ",,n rarr hnr'1 ,hM '"

i




K ti
KM games
K 96 # i.i be tetim
i be. wai wicks v. south Africans at
*ica ..( Tornado noing. I liinniiiHham .' JB
A..: a irks: 2S0. South Air.- w.
I ie seaside and h< cam SI Mr 8 > *>
has his boat with bin HI [lira v. Worcestershire it "*"*
.1 cUca m Cbeaterfisjld "TeT" 34
beat MnotU Derbyshire: 8 for no wiekels. i^n;,n
ihe Tu W - --ivhire:28. .Jjjtw 31
had trials in CM I Surrey at Smithend
u, me. tM > '" -*32 '"'' 9 wickets.
organ v. Lancashire at
"*. ,
Ire 1 lfl ror 2 wlekcta
,..si liiimii'hlre v. Cioueenei '
her skipper. Hampshire,-21, tm
,,_
Kent -M for 2 wickets. Mid- J. #. war,
208 for 5 wickets. WjH
is available, will most likely he ,,..,.,-_- ".....
v. Yorkshire at SKin
lesson in sailing. Kb) CTtW Will ba l_,|t>>i.| .;, ,v.
on Tony. Lateeatferahira 75- York-hire J2"""*1
id pick .she ,2:, |>|() m f()] ni| u.1(.k(.t;.
D*> Mottlnahanuhl Susan
typa of yaom raani Notuns^anuhlf*: 33 for no **
1 I '' I ''''' vMtkets. Youn
will be Utboufh susm'x.117. in th. ........ Somariat v. Northanu at Wea-
Class trophy. CjndMM
defeated Mctmnids
Ihree goals lo nil In the first round
i* the Ladies Knmk Out Compe-
tition which u i... .-d at the
NEW YORK.
A plan almost to douM<- U I
Avr U.S. Air Force lies bahtl
m m lltnl Tr"man's waniina to Con- tiiion which waa played at the
** ** gress that America's rea.namim Aquatic Club >Mterdny aftw-
ii ss must Im- speeded. T,(H.nr A small crowd of Just ove
SB u The President lias still Xj
I approve the plan. The army and
M m navy are flghtina; It furiously.
For undei it the air 0OTC* woul I
J* I" let four of every seven Hollars
M .1 Bppi on defeme The army and
m t navy would have to
other lhr*e. Thev would become
w taV toll of winded dog.
tan To-day thi- an force numher^
87 groups t,i uroup can be alxiut
a M it heavv bombers and up to 7T
* fighters |. The force i
4^ is ' 0 spectators saw dull uninter-
esting KSine Which iMfc BtaTflsh
into the finals of this competition.
Ooldflsh and Sea Nymphs meet nl^'
;omoriow and the winner of U
game WlU plt| StaitMi for the pott
Cur
Tnc gam bM arai rather
Itoth teams played
Mermaids
wen- unable to field a fill!
scheduled au<1 Starfish very sporting
iMM nno do"'1 '""' '"* ARUBA WINS 4-1
Aug. 8.
The Artlba fixitball team beat
Athletic Sports Club
4 -l to-day in the third match
OJ their tournay At half lime the
. 2I for Aruba. Aruha
eond ball
through J Jansen one and a pen-
al'' by J Hrokke the captain.
GETS NEW JOB
RGETOWN, Aug. 8.
I. V llulond of the Tnm-
vil Aviation Department
'. appointed Deputy Air-
t< rdent. British
at a salary of 8360 per
month M La British
it the end of August
Ml
Baas sa -^
lOwaMiwIli
wickets. At)DWti
Middlesex ) I
itcdj-r
A

.,-. Its backers want it to reach lh*' '
** IBfl groups made positional playing very dif-
" They want an inter-Continen- cv!t. Players seemed uncertain
u M ta| and a powerful whether tlu. W n the for-
ts ss tactical force to support General ward line or whether they were
Eisenhower's arm-- In biropa. lUBpoaad lo U- defending.
41 14 Will they get it? One goal was stored early in
41 n Military editor Hanson Bald- the first half June Hill opened
win Bgn the extent of an fore* the scoring for Starfish Mer-
*f U expansion will depend on 'he maids tried lo equalise as the
sire of the other Services and second half got underway. They
how muoh the national economy A'ie muuvceasful and
_ can stand Carmnhael. captain of Starfish.
?.. H the increase is not great put her team two in tha toad with
13 to enough. Republican air-power ., >n placed long shot.
i* w advocates threaton to give th? Two minutes before the end of
ton* prloritj In their enm- the game Ann Kaison put the
IHl J 111 1404
44* J lit 1.011
M , SST IMS
IS lit
palgn for
presidential
lllllor
The Miracle Man
,"" ASOTHFR -MIRAC'I.E
si is ii ivorkcd by (gVneral E
,!! \t:l Powerful Senators H
"* I"*! '-<'k* *>1h mm In Part;
n>4 is that coaUnuad aconomn -m
m r. : ..... -,.,; .. | W. :i K.lop^
! withstand Commumsn.
Before the Senators crossed the
I'T
return aftei
i m trlnagd
_. be- ond doubt for Starfl;h
when the scored the third and
final goal of the match.
j i,,-. in .. l foi Mi -
raalda v. as in good form and time
and again drew applause from the
crowd for her exeellcn'
[TM taMB was Mi Paul Fos-
ter.
The tea ti
Mermalda: Ju
Wardl-
if
Dnhthed up wltli
'age.
Eephyr
My thud choice i- cithc
Sephyi hi Bdril Jo the Brat series
..I de-
drll. The praaanl aatiai
.i Perkins
He
Somerset: 312.
31 for no wickets
Northants: -
111..
\i nki Soeaer XI
I'ouring B*6
South Africans
l ii'n Our Oa'ii I'orr^ipon*!^*11h
(IKiKliKTOWN. ItG.. Aug. 7.
ii. rliiUng Ai nh.i son ti team
' ''"" optotd . lum.llL.y Sl......
and holds second post- afternoon with a first test versus
UOO, Th. hch niitish (Iiiiana "Inch r^ullc might spring surprises. For in- a KuaneM draw. The second
Zephyr and mntch on Tuesday gave the Am-
i well. Ml one I.m, their lir^t win whin Un .
knows Whet Tom Wilkinson has It .a the lnfanln Sports Club one-
, mind. mi Hani nahai scored trx goal.
The Tornado ^ : '- hl -visitors arc Hireling Charl-
llp t. ;i Athletic Club on We.lnr<
r.,i teat k on Mdg]
boats to
Trinidad without charge. Unfor-
nrhlcb the

ing are not Th*S arc
II
i
with nM
i en ba
i.t reduction on tha passages J-
Of the T'irr..iiti.
i Croney. Capt..
. sen Atlantic tftev were ready to vote K-daht A,
* * mllltarv aid to America's allies. HU1, Jean MacKinnon, and Jean-
5 ?? But they did not waul to saddle tie Ingram.
* U taxpayers with much more HlarReh: Joan Ghent Iria I
n ii economic help for Europe Carm.chael. Capt .Dorothy War-
F.isenhower sold them the ideii ren. Ann liaison, Phylis Chandl-r
of economic help, too, on thi- and Juno Hill.
rrtiumi that it will help Etirnpe-* Due to the races there will be
morale The rule Is going to b* no game this afternoon
mof hwl)> foi thoa* wio hidp row's nature is <;ldfUh VI Sea
themselves more And the Sena- Nyma*. Referee Mr. K
tot believe thai undo* this rule
Britain will fare splendidly.
in- s ii
VESTFRDAY'S RESULTS
m\nmo\ ttr WOULD
hi; si lain. OMtOVES
HAVANA. AU| H
Tba cmdition of Senator dnaro
vho Bttatnpted raMsda by
.net a r.Kiilai-
mday night i I
.- n uch rapid improve-
ment The att.'iicir
Althon. i.stii oVei the
ngn tuhfti d roi ru ncaa m Ida raeovaq
Lhetr bold rtep f Itaeasrtac. It was said that by
yachting In the W< t tonight73 hours aisfii "
: ap.^jnucfajvalse is Mao u^_' the eparatKwv Chibnwa will have n
passed the OfftUS, Ud they will
ie Vile m tell the outcome more A
i r ii
Remember a Pirate , SumilllThaV US
"" SAVK ST. PAUL'S. Not S: |.ri1l?IS I OlirilUIHUII I
MM Paul's of Uindon, but St. I'iiI"
Of Stalen Island, a replica O
" London'-, Cathedral sealed t<> one-
, sixteenth of its .lit 0 PafVriS .'
to honour a pirate. Robeii Huh- l-ato ,-5. 8-^3. C h. i I
^"ard flandi.lL He boquathe*! . monev to found a home foi ..;;ed. '>' set between D W. W il.
drerepil sailors." The old sailor* J S. B. Dear tu be played to-
longer use it To lev* it from hoitow.
destmetioi.. Staten Island, the _________________
flffch borough of New York, will----------------------------
tak. it over lor community US*. ,._frp(. ..m.^sion.
Oriimntinij the Team Now ate musicians' union
fans of Brooklyn Dodgers sppad in with .. datna
liasebed club make sound* with th< fans' "band" be repl
horns and drum' when the gam* union musicians to be paid ioo
is golnj their way. Then on]) dollars I
. .rue. The
vachtsim n Bd lo lie In
Trinidad at the same time as the

[*he Associatioo i- I
:nch wii:
I em with funds for the
., 11,.hi... i
Messrs Jason Jut
Sold
wii.i. i wm on hoUda) .i Urn
i ^ill uuw
take this opportunity to mention
First of a Barba-
dian boat which s;>ent .n few vi ar
1 returned to
.
n:i jn Trinidad, but he sold it
to Iat I

she sailed in the IV Clsaa IW

I1Y.C. I9&1
M.llr IIS 14 MS 14 23 3
McCarthy S4S 4 M I.SSS 4t t 4S
W A
MI 2 144 131] 4H SI ;
en in aso ss an ss
IRD BRIDGE... by M HARRISOK-GRAY
A SLAM? THKRK ARE
3 WAYS ABOUT IT
SkSSIO.y bKFERREU
1X'NIK>N. Aug. H
The Yugoslav Ni"'. Ai.enrv
laiua reported that n public pros*
i mandssj "aswan agft-
tencoa" on Weuntvday for 12
...i i i-iien-. mi trial in Bfjl-
rade foi esptottage on behalf d
Scvict Intelligence Prosecutor
Milorad Gavrtolovic pointed out
to a Belgrade District Court the
i i. n<.- at the trial showed Rus-
fia harl bepin to OTganlai
ago SCtit againt
Yugoalavla'a uidapendsmca from
M relations be-
tween the two < ivan maah Tw
|| i H uiei.d.ints who
had l>eiii umier
oi longer went on trial on
August I I I'
kd a M rullm
: D J MK1I-.
Li i i. a n
Yesterday's
Weather Report
FROM CODRINC.TON
i: .infill Nil
Total Riuif.II for Moiiili to
date. .21 in.
Highest Temperature: BB.r. -F.
Lowest Tinip*rstur: 7:t.B "F
Wiud Velocity. a mllas w~.
hour
Barometer: ( a.m.) 2V.05T
(3 p.m.) 99.890
I Thcyll Do It Every Time
"WhS^ TWeRS'S A REAL STDRy IN TMC
, WIND, BiSDOVlE IS STRICTLY TVE
' i'ARTkJE^ '.VITh' THE RE-R-:-R6".
By Jimmy Hatlo
j I
BuT get a load of hail-fellow
B5DO^e WhIESJ ME WAKiTS SOME
; cor^v Fu&i.iciTy fed to the. public-'

&ctc*ie,is it true
VOU'RE HANMisG TO FLOAT
A 55-A*lLU>J-COLLAR LOAN
TO *5RGf 0,tEWA-eR BV-
6RASE WITH CON 5OutCATE0
AlR ftOwe OW
-C// Q.'/E US TH FACTS-
TWtS IS in-TORTA^iT-TMC
PUBUC'S C^JTiTLED
TO KMCW THIS'"
^cawvis'-i
DOW'T KNO.^
SOTWlts'-.
NO SFEA<
EWOiSm-
close -we
nxjRASwx;
:EdVE,Qfr:N-T.rr-
VEN-JV /-_v
rjjpi-''
. >W.'jU6T THE MSH JVC 6CCN
-XKWG FORf--yy ^AORlTC .XWIfcMuSTS-.^
-^c/o you ODr-i e/eRy OAyo-siay-.eors-
', THE LDeS OF OJR tOCtoE ARC
v oivins -rwe Ate* a clambake
f ON SATUtOAy WmT--HERE ARE
A LOT OF FACTS-PROOABLY FILL
A COoPv t ,- T*ie three main method* o!
1 slum bidding are Uata

Dtflerent fiends r e u u r
giffercni irestment and the
m,ll'm.upra DlMWr lll nsvc ..
cnnukigie of ah nree sjet d
nab r, n m :o elert ihe one
tht' besi raited *o 'he hand
.n lueetton
l nirrcl mcvioe By wnips*
process of valuation one
Iia.- ner wr lo indge in t:iat
it r.wt ha-.d* are hselv to
deve:np tWetff Br inirieen
lb) l net not more than
tnea n"ed ix lost Por
ti. *l:r He lequevL-c or*
Rear Three Clubs Three
II:-ar respander can ether Dt^l
Fire Fteert* rtivillnf Mam t
go r etit to as
i Cue tUdiiiKg fitntlt f i
rrofiJ. Tic nsnnerahip having
greet ae hi inm# !* aar
n i l eew sun is % "ie WC
uiw.'.itig a ii m i n norm am
nosi nrst round con*-- |
oi rapi in -rie n named
Second r^und
i stenai can be *: en I .
a i r.itind
:i7 m nuftl 3v
topu .n ane of tne rar.oua f amr
-'en: v-t a ....<.-
e- ind atti no tnann ares and
aocording lo a tl\cd schedule ot
respooaea One version ol Una
. oneen'.ion haji the iiddittonu:
merit ot impartina as well as
lemanding. informsnon. and
iilows the various controls (In-
lading void.% and singletons) to
ue spectOed.
.Outer siam-huntmg devices
Sjoh he highly comiilicaTed
nd dn-ureroua ' asking bid*
ue nw. definitely not recotn-
'iicr.dcd.
The direct method Is lllus-
;rated in the following <
e> a i h vtn ..
* A .CgQI VQJS5 A iZ
The three gey laetors in alam
< rtrtins: cosne Into play fieo^ni
rion occurs aa soon as Soutli. the
deaJcr open* with One No-
I'rump By simple r-afuono'i.
adding ins own 17 pomte n>
Souths .ninimum ..t IS Nonh
anoas "nai Ute combined conn:
ii oniv one pomr short ol rne M
required for a bhUd m No-
Trunipi Bu*. coufion S.clates
'hat N i i> ,-,-.nter>'
I - uaa by m:np-
tn t in. :. i rumps The
sa.ia mo*it* *..: mdure South to
nee ne nas no more man
his i:..n muni
>T\ ".,:' ICESFRVU)
WHAT'S ON TO-DAY
Vic-.orUn EihlblUon 1837 1901
st the Barbados Maseun
10.00 a.m. 4.00 p.m.
Third Day's Racing of the,
Bnrliados Turf Club Hid
Hummer Meeting 1.30
pm.
BfoMle Cinema at Oldbury
Plauuuon yard. St. Philip
800 p.m.
' onuBASi
i)i > III I BShM - Tiie
--_A
WE OFFER
P Y J A M \
S I I T I N G S
IN A BEAUTIFUL
RANGE OF PATTERNS
31' wide al......_..$1.00 per yard
34' wide at.........JB1.17 per yard
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
......II** -no Member- Si
mi n -Mom swan club
SSI the pleaiurr of jour
company ta Ihelr
DANCE
TO-NIGHT
mi HlMit/vixII oe
rAnOONABU lOCBTT
RESTAURANT
M.vKiin.i. wmn
Ol 01 10 AM M1DNITE
DvIicioum Chinee Uuiheit
f^^
s.
WOP*.
WORL':

Dial 4T3U lor Reservation'
Ilinero are reminded U don J
their rojls after 7 p.m. at \
The O-dl"
*V-'*'^-**'-*'**'-*-'''-*''---*-:.'*: \
j POPPY
DANCE
I
ij Under the patronage of
I* His Lordship Sir Allan
X Collymore and Lady
; Collymore
$ at
CRANE HOTEL
1 'HI stlttitltt l-flttl
alt tihtmt
FERNOXONE
anil applfl il
al ff <<
DELIGHTFUL...
at TEA TIME
LUNCH TIME
ALL THE TIME
rut: fammi.vs ihoi itm
J &R BREAD &
INDICATION FO* MB. Ffrno..., I, pdMtrn llormon,-
wetd-killer anil Is n-commonded tor conlrol of Mulfnw
on lawnj. gol( ireent, gravelled and asphalted paths and
1 *"M* * m"' '"s"y k"led whe" *'0i"
FernoxoNr has the advantage over arsenlcals in li
_____!!?'!',"ro1 "> humans or animals.
METHOD OF l'8R. Used as a liquid 4 m aere active Incred-
lent is me recommended application rate. A 1% stock
solution is made up by adding 1.25 m FernaMnc io 10
gallon water, or 14 oti. Fcrno.o.r to 10 pmu water
use 40 gallons per acre, or , pint per 100 tu. I:., dilutina
the Mock solution with a further quantity of water to
cover the area.
ntCCAI-TIONa.....Broad-leaved crops are verv susceptible :,.
damage by Femaaane and greit care Is necessary in
applying it to avoid drift on to such crops which mav he
growing nearby.
PLA.XTATMO.XS I in
II m haw nri'iii-il nr sim-l. at:-
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', T, I'X Guge
OALVANISED NAILS all sUm
EXPANDED METAL SHEETS
':". 1". J", 3" Me*h
"l'OII.ITE" FLEXIBLE FLAT ASBBST08
CEMENT SHEETS 4' X 8' al $S40 Sheet
"EVERITE" CORRUGATED SHEETS
r, r, *, in i.encih.
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