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P \(.l I II.MT I! WtllADOS MIMII \ II Ml H\l --I > \ N \l I.IM 13 l5l England's Cricket Team liuill For The Future ON, Aug. ?>, &f • I thai is to liah soccei tin iilili ind final I e Oral London with thi homa i %  %  %  %  luaa i opportu I old deciaiona by the Selectors. 16. she throws Britain Flying PWi BU BaVTaKndM 1 %  %  i l: Club >• %  i Pottai H ... %  %  : the lone | Barracuda) deaandini %  % %  Basil Brooks twain Ihi %  .* hard hot aboul !rom th" Flyiin' M then only two minute* old. %  %  -hots. p, t. r potter avantuaUj na> % %  %  %  ..r i>i. %  ; %  %  l i" It was BtirratueU*' turn lo to or. but their forward could %  % % %  • the %  I unchanged. goal tin' minu'eirtci (hi tataraal Arthui Hasali mi tinacorer. Two follow to" HI quICh BOW . %  in (he third wing and the f< %  '*"'*. ''. (..: Vr. nf ;i good pan i %  Potti < to Ha tail %  who was uaaaaifcM IUMJII rmdc %  i ... trotn Ihf (Oal .... p> There was no turfter Barracudas nude SUZANNL FARMER It. MM old Brir.t.f<.i, student loowtia tip in rtadintH rot Ortat Britain'* athletic* hatch with Frsnre at Whit* City. London She thrown th* discus, tot which hf holdthe Ensli-li putt, ilnnhot L.E.8. record. | SXi,.ifMI GRAM) I'RIX TODA 1 wood, Hilly aaalone i rim Flan bark line MN %  lwO] Mi The n Csarki The loan i iMnr n-it; P Foster (Capl K. w. therhead T ,\ M \tt II, P Potter B. M '!"" i tiliffe England'-, bi)probasm la not just the f S*mlh Aft i. BI okly, is or iiin.Imp< 11.in. %  the .it % % %  %  %  buildini>-u|i ..I .i teem to try and beat the A ir suctatsful. to tackle the Weat soon iithe opportunity %  %  i aueh %  tun. %  the decision should be taken 00 re for the |Ob, Thr qualifying (actor should individual eon.cined will !*> n Tee*, match prohibit m two rears time. This should mi' ftit. F R. Brown has %  %  \. %  l.n %  .'I. r|| (luring the paat two year*. It was •wraety e J result of hi Inspiring leadr"%  hlp that BftKliind halted a run A %  r In the final Test at Kfelbouroa earlMT thli yaar. But this season t enjoyed thhealth and iomequeiilly his f > has sunere.l He Is now II %  of age and there mu-t be conal hie doubt nhout his abilH) ll PBSCARA It.ily August 14 i land In 1943. Ubarto Aecarl ad tha If Brown cannot ba considered ll cloaad circuit tim* In tha In foi England laal Mali lo-day, and won, a ..gainst ti '-.iting poatUon for 10shouU not he chosen fo, the fit HI M I Grand Pria 4 A i Prscara auto race. '., Qonidles <>| Art.iilui.i u-i ..ill wad th* KG toroad to tl tha ptl thu during the test, time With brake with gear dilliiltlaa. Artei tha i i %  turj on bla dab foroi lop with .. brokai ... %  : last month HI i l 111 ba n ir Fngl.tnd could COUnt U| :>K the flay and he ill the next start In the second line tomorrow. rould ti Aft .'i di It Inj Ft i %  lacaround the is mllaa circuit wllb lion He i oni ot %  %  "• 81 Hi UnW >'f ten minutes 43 or (our batsmen In the country seconds. I at and lacks onb B*J Held bar tomorrow': • in lha bald Ht race i I ifl muaa %  l gain this axpariwhen the onpnuafnt conwalttaa lunt-* goes by atnl if sale'aoctptad the last minute appl|ea a % %  England would bethluns which In great form. These six ... i th* world h;.ii>ionshi %  tha Ida %  raapectable lool Grand Pria ol Italy %  ; Moi and-off." Then at number am i • of Spalii at Bi uliI do no celona. —I'.P. Ladlea Somi-I inalr.ini-iii %  ., red M 1 I •if Qua) i. Ml t %  %  tor tb (. rm S. Gdl h %  I Abb* %  %  %  i : p Worrell Asthma Mucus Dissolved 1st. Day .• r ',:;:'.;: ,::'.',:• /.v. ADVERTISE /\ TIIF. ADVOCATE h i bettei than Incluia Alan Watklni his most s ndar who H^rrJeudas: .1. Bunpaon, 11 %  Bn [I Pj i K. Taylor, P K. Arm There is nothing to chin, a 'twaan Wataon and Watkh to halting but Watk netmy vote for he Is u SUMMERHAYES TENNIS POSTPONED Sinala *4'. THI Men': the Summerhayc l. n inent which should have %  x '' -, "•'" .|'i„. .„,, ,j„ v ,... %  JViH Pto, ..,.. %  ihi cl ould have ... MI i„.,w,, ,,"" %  ••'"""'"' "<'>" %  i.r Wat wlckahlre a n -i BvoiU k %  DraNUalng like thi P H ll May, Mutton. Lowaoi ikin. Cornptoo, Gravanaj *^ ill Bad* ..I .1 I^K'k. :. \i WOUld %  %  .. far loo strong tor lha BOUth Aftuans and WOUld | tha Aiistiali.ni attack plenty in think about DOVER. August 14. The batQpi down to number Stcnngrnphci Ki % %  • tha -trongest for t.< post|x>uc for at leas' y. ,ns and the pace attack of 10 days bar attempt to ba tba Oral Bedaet and Walklna would bf Woman to >w tm IBM £ Loch r..ttei-.il! Channel from England to rranci A OM old cricketer said this Tba s.ui Uicgn CaUlomla iwina* weak, U ona aicta cauoot bowl mcr who conquered the Channel ml anot he r with four bowler rialiie lo Knuland than it doe-, i i.l de-cue to da last summer, hoped to start the go vttb tn> naora." Bui hard ua> Bl 1 30 a.m. WeMnesg 0 i d NII.IMIII 1 this EilKday. but continued heavy seas aim would also call upon the prospect or unfavourable Jkm and Compion for slow ledtldes forced tlie postin'ianten'. ami BUppOTt, and let it not lw torlowU.I in Teat m.tUhc: —U I* gotten that Uan llutlon has Australia before now. opponent whom he kept uuinlii/ aruiiml tha Postpones Cliuiiiut Swim WHAT'S ON TO-DAY i (h MI. II 11 4|ueen\ t'ollea. %  i it lab 1th 110 p m Walar Paloi ia.nr. Kaaol Out Finals st Aeuallt t In I 4.00 p.m l.eilurer at Quern's Pirk by lr. J. |. ti M..ii...M on "fiovrrnmrnt Medical Iniiinii..ii g 00 p.m. sm .11 ii..!.Kllle flub PraaUaa g.oa p.m• IMMU ol.hr— -ti —I Hk •.. \>w> .1.4 lli'Milu Wlvo—.1 ** > %  *> -r*. i Want! tr —a %  IM II %  .' i M !" rnit %  Ml Jltt- -THE/ Thcv'll Do li Lv.;iv lime Ay8E I CAM HIT TV.E AIAOAXN' 5 %  A LIFE STJIZr •' 10-' CAN OIVE ME S^E / %  INTEREST SG A^GuE^ -'. -. . ( WEARS ^oat*; CAI?UJP %  .' I ,'. •_'. %  r %  %  .: \ ; ... ATTW3U1 %  BUT *v -c'o* v isz w>; OJT--OH vr*:--•. coRBrrrr SA; I I HAVE *iAne A c PRIZE F*S -. : All. r„C: %  IM] l\ s. -SAOC7 %  • ~ i v ^ .• < %  %  —By Jimmy H.ulo i > a'.-.,.' Lllte HE *A3 _\ '. .-A He .SAS J XiiSTENlNG TO TW2 Q-V-O T LEADER OvU Hft %  A CZH •1RT1SEHT Fft / T.'W TO TJ .V. "ST. Bv VO*K CO-OPERATIVE'S DAY i..1 >t Waa MIM't i.ii' and Thr Ladtri \u*ili->ri ulth Thr Hhamrwk (rrdit Unban will celt I rale — t ll Oil It \ll\l l \> on SaMardar, AUIU-I tgih. 1951. at thr llopr Plantatian. St I.i.iir< .at 3 p.m. All t bourl) Krfrr^hmeaU on lOla > -if %  IIIMW or!c -4-lrrvlalr %  thrown IM DMM. .KMr •(*•€ t4 •".. T*. Mrj ni,i4 ik* a tr>iliiic %  WMHft. %  oM**, IIMM (iviu rr. May brratkltiB; --P .<< IMM. n MnaM M Intp'im. JiMt lak* pt. — l. i — i-i.— Mn>.. I.M*r. .1 mMl* Hd h* -nlir-ty Irra I ^.... A-lhr. .„ | BTM, M %  '• llWl *" %  mi liava auff-r-d (.* —.M*-aac* ll we aucrAul lli-l II la suaiantrr* U (!• you If. a- t.t**thltif IK 14 houra mm6 lo rompl-l.lt •tp >ou Aaihuut IM s day. or mo- batrk ,' %  Uir OM MfnOaia Mendaco* a i.i i LL i' "ii Ma ai .i KMVIHX-. I v .: TI V* KVWU .... .. rrrtaafJaaaTI li\K.N lAN(F iiuiHoKN. MiNr*.na:i i.n on NMIItlH.. I .i't Srpt twlnfl 9 p.m. i iKCHESTRA BTEBL I 'M> TickrU fl.M aaoaoaowi en irfiAiV 'LEGAFLORAL NYLON Ro.-il BaautlAd Dt for I \. itn, llri'.Nrs ShadM ftl Orihiil. I'.-a. Ii and Smi.ltiHliic M" uiilr si N MI (AVI MIM'IIIi:n i (o.. lid. 10. 11.12 0 13 Broad SI. 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m DNESDAV, \1 (.{ sT 13, l5l BARH MM is u.vot \M i'\(.l TIIRKK Fined t2 For Careleu Driving %  .. .i Athelston Shrphesui if Blu-kmaiA Cart Road. St. Joseph. %  'lay tinr-d £2 for driving without due care and altentiOii by .Judges J. W. B. Chenery and H. A. V.iughn of the Ap p eal In imposing the fine, the Judges rundrmed the decision of Police Magistrate Mr. J. R. id* found Shepherd gutlt% NUM ..ppeared for Shepherd while Sgt. prosecuted the rate. The night when the car went over Mapp. Mapp was lying ~t the aid* of the road drunk. Witnesses told how they heard the bump of the ci.r with Hit body and how they called back Shepherd and asked him to take Mapp to the hnapital. Shepherd said that >. %  MaM distance from where Mapp was alleged to hove been .'truck because another car was blocking tn* road. It was only .." than MSB minutes that a woman came and asked him to Uka Mapp in the hospital a h he had been struck by a car. Prosecution witnesses said thai the other ear abou: ..hk-h Shipherd spoke was on thr road a loog efore Mapp was ttnirk, Police Bund Od Two Weeks Lome The Barbados Police Hand U now on two weeks' leave Monda> the St Cecilia barracks looked dMerbKl out live adgftt will have in t.!ke their leave latei ..Ihej have l-*-ii detailed lo stay i.aK and -lean up the l>aiTcks Apart from cleaning Mir barl looking after the lawn —which will be n tennis pogxl liter on—these cadets will be detailed every day (o go to the Central Police Stntinn t, plow bugle calls. They are under tlu> supervision of Sal. Archer. The canteen at the St. Cecilia barracks has not yet be*fl opened but the men ;ire> settling down In Iheir new quaverwhich iv airy and qulel Residents of Flood Area* Restless M| of Halls Road and other flood .11-1.111 no* thai the %  reason Is approaching. Residents did not mind remidnlh.. Ihey felt thai %  flood like the ISU'l flood will scarcely ban %  But sin.e the erection Jf u wall cast of the Comberrnara grounds." i "WO fOOl that anj are paara likely to gi-t i fioudmg." Thai, belief is lh:it UUl wall would throw water, which foimeiiy would run over Cornbaftnora pasture, back on to them PEDESTRIAN INJURED Gerald DcOCk .f St Stephens. ii. .-. Ro< ., padaatrlan, was Inlured In ai II i I leal al Black Rock Monday morning. He Is detained at the General Hospital. Also involved in the accident was motor cycle L—141, the headlamp "f which was damaged. Britain Alta<-k> Kussin On Jap Treat* fr Page 1 manoeuvring. The Soviet fl*saga>tion will be headed by Deputy Fon ign M, ulster Andre I lipan surrendered unconditionally to and World War It. Japan sued for peace aftci being blasted by wo atomic bombs—the first such attack in the htfton ol The find Atomic bomb UnckJ on Hiroshima on August B. 194*> killing TR.ooo persons. The second bomb was dropped on Nagaski InnThe United Sta'es and BrHak) hove sponsored a %  'Soft Treaty" WlUsh uuuld allou her unlimited 1 t and economic development. Japan would py no war damages, but would lose tba Ryuky Islands to the Undid States and would allow the United States defence forces to Japan after the Treaty Is signed. Proposals The Russian delegation Is expropose that; I. Japin keep Ilonin and the Ryuky islands ll Okinawa. This wo iipported hy Japan. India, Indonesia, and mosl n white man's %  •nernachments la the Far East. 3 Jap.,n rep.. %  appeal U) tile Philippines. Huim.i. Indonesia, Prance, the Nethcrlnnds and others 3 United States troops get out laMD when It.. % %  signed. India. Ip %  < %  Egypt, and prubabt' f ivour this irlen 4 Jap.,' The Philippines and Indonesia favour tiu!• Communist China be nllowIgn llic 'le.itv. This is supported by Indonesia. Burma. India afuj Pakistan. The AM %  %  <_! have some controversial prof* their own. India, for Biatance, wants the treaty to giw to (Vinmumst China, llassia Is sure to encourage an) such move that would drive .[ racial anadgjO between AI Orientals. At least 13 nations h Wuhlnglon that tnev will attend. Fifty-two were invitr-l. The list includes Czechoslovakia. and Poland the only Sov led Now Ihgt Russia has %  tod Ihey ate n*|>ected to follow suit forming a turbulent Red —I'.P. ATTENDED l\>IIIOIM \ Curacao (Ml \\ orkera Strike R tCOA, Aug 13. About 3SQp employees of thu Companj on the Dutch w \ .. % %  Netherlands News Agency reported on Saturday The company which operates one of the largest oil reftnen*' n the world is a subsidiary of tin Standard I HI Coanpany, w %  3 i > luracoa newspaper! said 'hat Dutch Marines on Anita were confined to barracks and .ill cafes closed.—C.P. Yov Vo r AUSTRALIAN and Hong Kong Scouts were among Boy Scout* fron all < Vienna to take psrt In the Austrian World Scout Jamborer P.XPRF.SA UM world who went to Ttvo Injured Helena Marshall of Licorish Village and Lilian Barrow of llaggatt Hall were both detained at the Gei i I for fractures of Lliei,left kftj after the %  ir M J848 owned H Wilfred Browne of Mj 11:11 ii 'I driven ''>' jettn Sprmver ii> .iddresa collided with a %  tandplpe In M.-V wheee the] king, about 5 00 p m on Monday. The motor en damaged. $2.40 FINE. FOR DISTURBANCE Sea Esgs Cost $2,443 Mr O, B. Cininth Acting Polka Magi. public is allowed t<> egge. *i?&jF&K$1^?iT. LAST WEEK'S RAINFALL hip H. A. Talma to pay a One of 1140 in 14 days or in default 14 (M i iiprisonment with haid labour for making a disturbance [son Road on AUKU-I 11 BAN RED PAPERS TOKYO. Aug. 14. runant banned the publication Of 20 Communist ntWIpapers on Tuesday and police seized bales of propaganda in more than .10 raids throughout %  %  %  i %  i -tine CUITIinunist affllutted ptintinu plant*. -IP. There were only three days as) hi last week that rain did not fall about St. Michael. Since May when Ihe small rainfall 01 1.22 inches fell, rain h falling more regularly. Thlnytlv,. parta of rain in March \-afh lowaat fall for uny month yet this year. i:„ hlflbest rainfall receded at Central District was in FeoTu.iv whan 9.70 inches Tell. Other figures are: January 224. April 4.B8 inches, June 0.46 inches and July 4.02 inches. HOUSE SPOTS HARD TO GET .miry Just -Ji guiaq SJl |[in v.inquv *Aoqe quested to give up their land and remove tnesa and many othat %  %  iiers who ore giver notices to quit are finding difliculty In getting house spots to "I win ted a house spot I rente i *nneune latelv." a Iand \ uiida>. and nflei months of (rouble before I ot the spot, more than a doien people came I. me %  ne foUowinil day asking me to lent thorn the land.' Twenty-nine applicants f< house spots at the ll.v Bstata wen -.i-eiy allowed v|>ois I were selected (mm mat applied. Carpcnlrr Odd On Dupe C^liurjrt* Nltr VollK. Aug. %  %  %  st.ile-. Prgnea acguaad of belonging to a $l&.O00.UU0 a year Darootla nugglmg ring was arrested when his ship docked here on Monda> and held in $15,000 ball. Vincent Bernardinl, 54. was held on a chaise of ••msplrlna to violate the Federal narcotic laws. The United States Commissioner l %  !.,-• • %  September 0 *or the hearing. United States Attorney Louis K : I (Jeniardini. belonged to the Orslm gang which has smuggled $30,000,000 worth of :| nd other drugs Into the United States m the past two years Leader nf the nun. Joseph Orsini and 13 other mem% %  I, Kaplan P)MHD>. MAIL NOTICE fc B ighurvI{a>^ Arrives Tocla\ II MS BUbury Bay will Vasll Barbados today until Aueust IS. Her complement >> all %  and one huudre.l ami six II M S Hi(hur> Ba>. .. Baj Class FriRate <•( 0.40O toiu wan co mp letedJfta in iii4." ari the HnuvW Paelflc Fi. 11 %  %  %  %  in Pwbruary, 1947. she look 13 Kure. Japan, to Hong K trial. These included vtee> Admual Ossma Imamui.i and Lieuienam Colonel Manjim FukBjn to In March. 1947. 11 MS Bisbun Bay was transferred to the Mediteiiiinean FsMl and vi-ited mmt of the llaaltarranaan countrlai While at Istanbul. Turkey, in July, IPtt, II.M S Blsbary Ra> received Older I to join the American and v. i Btatton. I>i.i 11. i: Ulll si.di.m HMS BUbnr> B coast of North. South and Central most of the W< I Ii Islands and bases in An*. Hack Home 1950 H.MS. Bhtbun Bay returned to Enguwd fbi W llrst lime since she was built fm ., foui month* refit in Poi Dockyard She with a new ship's company In Auniist and sailed onca more for the America and West Indies Station In October, 1950. liii present Commandlni Offh I Iptain w W. ii Btsv tmck. O BE R N.. Joined in August, 1950. Captain Bantln anten N.iw through tha it N Osborne In 1917 and Dm sea in 1921. As a midshipman h agrvao tei Iwo raan on ttv the China Slaltuii and ... Itmlnrs from M<> (real yi i. rdaj mornJi • %  luded lypowrltoi pto& led I "k, 'IniKs. (ii'/en Bah, WO*wajhr and i isassnaia t IkaMaaaaai la*. Apart i u 1 %  %  tptcted to bring F| • which were transhipped from the 9 I .irinthinex .,; Tnnul.id Mr William Patterson salu: "It l vef> fortunate that tno Csssllrnger was lo Trinidad >' I tha i old sso ra ap i itfsarwlai they would have ktn riUppad i p • Liverpool Cor shipment I : %  The CanadtaJi < reiser galled fi | st Vincent after loading here fdl %  ul was kept bu*y vendoi nurchanitii; i aaillast. Uad <>rr %  Phillip itavtdMHi. Ued oil i>v tha iinloai mg a ilia! i woo I ht from British OubUlg Ins nioidh. Going To Muni in WASHINGTON, Philippine Senator VtsssBWg Madrigal I? scheduled lo defJMl W Miindav mght by plane for atanila with his d rughters Consuelo and auatta Paran ThgQ i •q i ni. Manila on VMday. Itnttod lYeas learned that ^he Senator remain there, about n nontti then return here. His daufhtara have told ii lends the., may resume residence m Manila -i r tU*j£ AtLtN HANSWSniTD. LONDON DA C T F S I HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay %  H-intoow M N.h • S'allac*, V.. hi lUiuiifw. s. n llrni. I) Wl| M -e II i i KMkM M V Anta,r.. Srti I Uarj M lamv Sell l.ni-vU ||. acai | i''i"""'. SPII nerstwa r....iLjin ( .i ,n Ihlllp It IlavlSHiti. M V V. •' Z'Ui oi I, ,. ... a . r.% s >" ' "I !* %  H.-I-, K.IWoncWll.il einwlli I Henrietta. .\aaiv4i.* "" apioipi. ne* !" oaai en. AfMU Mauri li Co. LbJ, M v V.I-' i -i .in %  %  .-. eaal ND %  %  vsnaeuth, Asiti M !" II* MSM %  '! %  a nta Woiuia. ai I I'' 1 1 '• %  Bl VtseSW t Aseni* Daiiim A.xMMili.in ss OeaniMttat, sss i., !" .. r.i Vaa l)*n Aback from Ainitriilai rUSHlU I 1.1 rtrhowirr Oardmla W B inn*. WM' TrtnMlMt. Arnt.: Srhoonrr • in Tanhn Invaiiau I m %  I -i aSW, Has*. Trinidad. Asrnl. Mr.— . || i .. I -.1 ss Lady RodM> UMlei i sri I i Hard" %  at %  liieAMII Ml* i ... II. M inuth '* t*>i IUa*ll. Im II \l--i. Hofe-n Thou. i.i HarTlHl Whlliakar. Ml lui l-|t.l.,(.-ll %  •-,. ANCHORING AT ST. JOHNS l Hiehiiry Ha> RMOt I m st John's Hart m • tn ih.Nolaoi i' • Yiilil In invesligide I*' %  |Hts.lbli %  iie 11 hips thai will bat Bawl h l i ngstdi. m ihe harbotir It is unlikely thai a ship with %  h M the Bliben Bay will l>e aide to enter .i i %  ., EUppl) a ihe vismiie vuchU in i crttiap pi %  e important Hill will ie I ways of ii faaal' t„ avoid eonlamlnntion "I %  i.. r .i number i %  iwr. To this end, ...... trylni %  %  | .| 1 • i i. < %  < si„„, I I I Asnil1'UnUIK.i.. I ig. lanMiiOia. SS lom. Can) ., mttv lar -O I.I).In \a,„u %,< lii rallll, 3 4* I la. Aarii %  ! S Canadian < mi O Han, IW i i mi a tu SH malr.man Mrs DarnHiira ii %  %  % %  I a I i-i \N imipii know il onsuros a lovely skin ^• %  —• pr a la nhi iKiala>aMeasi I %  sdean... g ii liigilaileaa 1 rtMlfa ih(km miBir.li.l-l> il % %  |ij.!inl ,. SS '' l"-I..NU aaflrnt ami |" ilnm-i la* %  kin. [ %  r-vlili (hit •lunv link efeainara lfcon>uhli, |ntl. . ,„„.,,„i.„ •...,• n "•• %  • %  •;• %  l -**""'* II EiSSwZi^ZSZ na BBBSII i Use '" Bawarvtai •ilk. -kiii. inaims litil. btaataHMI and assseaagthel •l>n I %  I hull..I daV. Al matit. %  %  u-..in.., dtc ah.r. .,il. •II-/-I.I,-' i.r.i,, > Basawi bwCeawl %  i.ii^r. J.MS |.. IU j %  Aseni. i %  v. Cast nirhHAZBLINE SNOW A in ii not i.iis tH.niiMi: in. 1'itniw %  i %  A> a-k.4>< i.. %  Coinlxrmerc v. Bigbury Bay Tomorrow THE lollowing rrirket Usgrn %  %  | Ill-h.M. I',.. i lorr i. N. | I H %  D '\':e'i.' I I. II. \ u .11. ll M ICJ I...•• J .kllM. %  | || I mplre* v King em N I In Touch with Barbadoa Coattul Station 1 %  swtaa aMta ihreual I i Slallnn HS aarah Oeaa ...n ss N..,II.I. s l-d. Kodn-. H H Slaleanwn n QuiiniM. S s It**' %  '• H i aeti hi-" s s (Mien s r.ban as Irian n./n in lAiadn l-na. as UHdr Hasaaam (hi.i.taint. ss IIM.I.U ss oraa Jratad. a g Vrandain. "1 1 Ji.aa e.lvn Rolala. S a Afghan Ulan. 8 S nH %  Haaroam*. A s n.-iit.i n n aasiiiaeiiien. a a to* a a i'id a.a Hena Na*a %  s itiirfHi. 1 a Jaima 8 Hnataa, (I S -, 1'rre.li.ft.... Court, W •! Aarua eiippei s H Al<*a Plantri. •I S H-h-.i. n % V..mhlll, K S IK-ran CARGO RATES OF EXCHANGE "* BaMUWI ( %  ] t 10 |.i I lr.ua. H1 1'iill '1 M Bl sishi Dram I.I 7 in in CefieiM-v ' I,, It' 1 to Piis\ tn ship almost am thing liy air. — ^nd Ivrxpeiiilvr too, For udvicr on your 11 • -i-lii pfotv IrniH rail BRA NOT JUST BAD LUCK! Troubles can be foreseen and prevented when one is forearmed with knowledge. We know lhal gracing calllc will pick up intestinal worms, which cause anaemia, loss of condition, and scouring. These parasites can he controlled by routine dosing with 'Phenovis' brand PhcnothiaTine. P HENOVIS^ e— ~, y^ rSAOt MASK >^* '"" fV — xj ND PHENOTHIAZINE '^^ r ~ ^^ r^~ • AJM M.C.M. PRODI €T "PHENOVIS" BRAND PHENOTHIAZONE: //• most tfiitiin Worm aVssVswi Yet Disrorfrvd. SOLE IMPORTERS and DISTRIBUTORS' |N BARBADOS Messrs A.S. 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run I'OIR I:\I:I:\IHIS \HWK\II. \\l l>\l --11 IV, \l (.1 BT 15. l'l.'.l BAHR^SAm f OGffE laUd bt ik< Ad* I.U. nt->4 M BrMatUaa Wednesday AaffVtf IV 1951 Centre Of Festival 1 ear POPULATION THE population problem has always bMB acute in lh>British ttVst Indies and social reformers and investigating bodies have been loud and constant in their Mlf* gestions for remedial measures to be adopted in order to And a solution. Small and tompowy emigration schemes have failed to bring anything but tempor%  liefIt If a fundamental problem which can only be properly handled by machinery operated at a national level if it is to be solved; and that is why the attitude of the Trinidad Government is bound to cause some consternation in the other colonies. It has been decided that immigrants from other colonies who are regarded as having entered illegally must be returned to their homes. A recent publication of the figures shows that there are as many as 14.000 immigrants of which no fewer than 6,000 are to be called upon to leave Trinidad. It is possible that many of these are Barbadians and it is this point which will home to the Barbados Government the necessity for an early and earnest approach to the Colonial Office, if there is to l>c any satisfactory settlement. The British West Indies comprises 9 colonies, accepting the Windward and Leeward Islands as single units. They cover I0M63 square miles of territory with a total population of 3.152,380 people. When it is considered that the Windward group has 820 square miles with 266.313 and the Leeward 422 square miles with 110.324 it is clear that some of the territories might be under populated. But the figures of the cultivatable areas have not come to hand. Tinunder population is emphasised when the injures for British Guiana show that that polony has 83,000 square miles with only 402.615 people as against Trinidad with 1,980 square miles and a population of 618,603, and Barbados with 166 square miles and 202.660 people. Trinidad now prides itself in being the capital designate of a federated West Indies and instead of attempting to give a lead in what is after all a fundamental problem, that Government has decided to settle the matter by unilateral consideration. There is little which is more likely to strike at the merit of federation or postpone Its fruition, than the belief thai any one colony is attempting to handle problems without consideration of the other issues involved or with an idea of advantage for itself. It is true that Trinidad is the most industrialised of the colonies, but it would be dangerous to attempt to concentrate all the unemployed from other colonies in that island. This would defeat the very object at which industrialisation aimed and would reduce the state of the island to one of %  standard" West Indian poverty. It is equally dangerous, however, for one colony to perpetuate insularity at a time when West Indian peoples are looking forward to federation. If the potential of all the colonies were the same it would be easy to solve the problem by means of population distribution; but although that is not now the end of the road it must go a long way towards relieving the pressure now experienced in other islands. None of the colonies can pretend to be able to settle the matter by its own efforts; and the danger in any such attempt is obvious to anyone who examines the problem. The return of thousands of West Indians who had previously emigrated will now become an important aggravating factor in the colonies outside Trinidad. It will be particularly so in Barbados where during the last twenty years the return of emigrants from other places like Panama. Cuba and Bermuda has contributed even more to the growth of population than the excess of births over deaths. The possibility of this return of emigrants did not escape the Royal Commission of 1939 as is shown in the report of that body; but West Indian Governments have done nothing about it and now the point is reached where aach must struggle Intl the other for survival. In one para graph the Commission, discussing this population problem, wrote: "If the present rate of improvement is maintained in the reduction of mortality rates as there is good reason to expect, while the birth rates remain unaltered, the rale of increase will be fully 2 per cent, within a very few years. It may be observed that a population increasing at the rate of 2'. per annum doubles itself in 35 years." This problem is one for whose solution Uhl Waal Indian Governments should not allow the British Government to escape responsibility by failing to approach the Colonial Office immediately. The West Indies are powerless in this matter. n i • if ,N R N fY DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS la s Festival 1 A %  %  . mcnl has finished talking m p> ..,: first irn to that subject! and lwv After ,. ten attuag an* Bert and hi* wife, the cockney*, gained UM ear* st are off to the eaatlde, Whilr oUfeti inissions have been ui>,> %  > party MI tage is to let the BerU and their wives from the regulate them. Spt Itvot govern UM North are all in Ijondon. up U,. Df .en formed to protect 1 • %  • %  I ithe Festival. This f no time tor aatkrjr, ami their daughtI-abour serious thoughts. The children ar.shocking sights. (You "uId pull ,oul of school and the pofWlaUori ihat wa* in the old In Uie party %  %  of these islands is on %  %  • '. grd that Clement backward! and forwards, u) reaped don AIUM and rmm •"• i down the mountains, along JhC i ldir be -M "•"' been m "> seems thai Cabinet Jot eleven yen too mi Ilk* B r*t. ud i <• gardi Mfcaj out "f miny L<"i toDM N ward rHU 1 rumen ri Balteraea" M.P.v Holiday On rhui siro an, 'Equal I'.. 1 shortBul' the ram* arguments can vc to Mr %  %  %  *l :.t nil coal*. I e quite .i valuabl Of the political own view, which 1 rtd [WO waekJ nfiu; therrwill I" 1 r I And 1 will add that. Mr. Altln will not bold an %  I sc tl on unttl hKM of Coir. This could huppen ne> ymt At Kih by-eli-etion hiI peril < losing one fifth <>f it erval 0 trege tbg) are n doasn I -' %  !•' '"-' v..i\ Two IK til I U %  ..,.. | l lane* and acron the beachea. *h< I newspapers can hardly be Uoih I'U'i ith the I^.rd Pilvj Beel has—Will he go Ifl Thr older xeneralion eight for the days whey IO net |0 Persia and no C Ural would dream of doing l in iikintied as actual!) going 'ihrre. So, tn.. week, %  must '" Marl italksui ol UM Featrral of wn'ch has I Britain. One hard fa.' %  '"' would poitpone %  spUt afttl Which lAdkatgg son, | : ...ual work by v v; u A ,..,!.. ^ g£EET£ Irallurc. And on. a mm dry. pupil Of Sir SlafTvni won. The fait is thai the tin| tune t--ri|.|. called Dot i. wH Ithe South ank Cxlubllion o! the sumn.ing up lor lha < :• Festival had more lhi.n lOO.HOO UKUIIV'. uerwt-iii Vkstton Ml last weekend. And it numbsi of woo* U I .will have as many, again, this are only : %  PJ In the weekend. But It was de-iigne,l tor HOUSS or CommoCM, and on this ilW.000 regularly and it ha not occasion the women acto Icome Mto n "'" ""' • ouri. TIM UMbom <;overnmeni Serious favour equal rats* of pa) women, but n is i>erfeellv Arm .] i i'. ihat It cannot put UM ihat lbs BntiKh publk roallj Into pnettcs -bocauac of the cost .ts Festival 10 be much the argument, as you might fxmore serious. TtM boovUy ovorpoet, is i bOOfCOd eni(a,:ifi.' DtS certs at the Festival Hall. vernment stands "in tht heat res in London putting on always BRBWOT thli bj special festival showings of "what about ba Shakespeare. the Shakespeare Irene Ward. TOfjl Ml' sea-on at Htratford-on-Avon. the terruptlng. "I am waitnm f'r Edinburgh Festival of Drama and reply about baclu I'.rs'* Mr JB) Music—and other, ever more elev.tnt strslani on, "I know tin' vated. small efforts in different Honourable Lady ht-s sla part-s of the country. The shows taken n tireal mterr-t in harh. l.-v that have been a disappointment but the. Churchill-. Volume IV are. first: the South Hank. And this argument." Wi'h that, on I Thousands of easjOf rtOdOl socond the Battersea PloKSUlO preat gust of lnughter. Parliatake a heavy volums WiUl IbOm Gardens. But at Battersea they ment clOBed down (Of Ulll plgfllon thOll canvOI chairs in tfM sun t • have now decided il is worth And the serious question is wcek-eml. It will lie Volume I while keeping the (Jarden* open whether it will ever rueel BgObl ..( WllUtOn ChunhiU's history i I for another year, and perhaps for anything but to bo dlsntlsood, the war. It tells ot :i another year after that—to earn (prorojtued is the /ord in In histc.-y—when Stalin an enough to pay for the -how. It Is King. That would mean a Qtn(iMirchlll were bound by RtUtU*' %  ilr.-.. T ami pat. r" I'-.T ment what will happen, in the Government in NoVOnhor And rOTOSOO the next move <>l v end. to these Hardens. Through probably Winston Chuuliill bock oUwr! Its fnults ton many wOl ithree and a half eonfurlOS stflOB in OfBci ri t.-> fe., icare's day there 1 ..v.rh ft %  DOf bttB %  WOrd Of Ms virtuescrnmi lansfu bOOn rieasuie Gardenacross the indication from the l^ilxiur tjdorloUS do] river from 1-ondon's business eenbonchoa whether the Prime tinaflairs of all continent IrOB. Ami each one, Vnuxhaul anil Minister will dOOldO 00 Sn tsOCtlOO on,., and some frank sdn I in 17th Century speculation on the this Autumtl Bui II >" rOthOf SK of %  p liticlan. Vitrtorian Sentinienl No age in history was more eriluiieiital than the Vlcton.ni tge. This sentimentality was pandered to by m mufacturer.' and ShOpkOQPOn alike. 1-adies of leisure were able to indulge in entile OoUOl UOOS of senlimefiliil objects: souvenirs from holidays. : lulled pets, mementos and keep* asjtoi M lovers, friends nnd members of the family, knick-knacks of every sort. These oto)eeta soon pvorAowdB Irom UM silting room into bedrooms, nnd they were ietpomible for the birth of a new Dkieo "i* I'urniture — the Whatnot. which could support an innumerable number When l*th the mantel piece and the whatnot tytrorflowod, hanging brackets mcieased in pupul.nit> The diniliK room escaped kiuikknacks This was partly I i the Victorians treated eating as a r.itici and distractions were discouraged, and. partly because the dining-room became :i pseudo-chapel where family in vei .-.I. ud And. if the massive still hie plcturoi of dead birds, animals and fruit did not imiceal most of the wall space, then the rOjIflOUg steel-engravings of Monsieur lWc were frequently in be found. At the Museum the Victorians' l.ve of keepsakes it well ilhistrited. Hair jewellery of human hsiIfl the form of hnfBs, bfcolota, necklaces, earrings, pendants and WON all rnaao of taa hair of a loved one alive or dead. Hair was constructed Into el iboirte pendants depicting parents weeping beside the tomb of a child on which the words appear 'Tender Parents Weep No More, Thy Happy Daughter's gone Before", or, in the case of a sweetheart, a pair of lovers with the words Whose Hair I wear 1 '. %  dear". Locks of hair tn many convolutions are SBclo BO d m lockets and bracelet*. One trembles Irn the eyesinht of the makers of this form Of jewcllen Valentines of iiitrn.,1. constructed of cut paper and artificial (lowers bear words of gushing sentiment. Toll WOO raiTfod beyond death in the heavily blo ck mbroidereil funeral and in memBENGURIOIS NOW OPEN ! MODERNISED AND FULLY STOCKED WITH THE FINEST RANGE OF BOOKS • ADVOCATE STATIONERY The man ortkf shower-* his hind with M hack to power al a key point in the Middle Kaat By JON KIMtlll FOIt : time in their three years 4 \i.nmi\ the people of Israel have returned David Ben Gurion to Parliament as head of their largest party. That is what Israel's second General Election was about. All other issues promoted by the 17 parties were really irrelevant. What mattered was what the voters, and particularly the quarter of a million new mmiKrants. thought of the 65-year-old Israel's Labour PattJ He hi not aaag to undaratanfL Bon Gurion aged to run his trade union niacMnary ai ruthii--];, U KineM Bevin in his heyday Vw Inruna ins party with the same lirmleas. At the same time he is an unashamed: ntellectual speaking seven or eight lanwho taught himself classical Greek A'hon he was in his middle Bfttea. BOOKS FIRST : Quiioa offended soma Bngllafa Jews by j g of orthodoxy when he came to Eng•and last winter He hy-p^saed London and < the diplomatic protocol; he gave no recep-) .ind made no Zionist speeches He -vent straight to the Mitre in Oxford and 'rom there to Blackwells Bookshop. There he browsed and bought some 11400 ^ worth of books -Greek philosophy primN [arily.. The few friends whom he received S a+OOo n cc c ao w ^w^wv/.v,v,v,v.v,-,vv c | M g c fiund him in a room sitting amid stacks of ^^•^••>^*V^*vi^^^^^ b.oks. His oonvaraatlon was full of his duv N I veriaa of rare volumes and about new I ideas on philosophy. Politics were neither \ :onsidered nor mentioned. He said after-, \ wards that it had been a perfect holiday. | ; England and the English have always ex ;J QNE OF THE GREATEST NAMES "rcised an extraordinary attraction on thialX Jnr, who was § IN THE PAINT INDUSTRY. I born in Po! land under the Tsar, educated in Palestine and Cons t a n t i nople under the Ottoman Sultan and fought as one of Allenby's soldiers for the liberation of the land of which he was to become Prime Minis-/ JUST MECEiVED FRESH STOCKS OF SNOWCEM White. Cream in 56-tt> Drums While, Cream. Silver Orey. Terracotta and Blue in 28-Ib Drums. WILKINSON & HAVNF.S CO. LTD. Successors to C.S. PITCHER & CO. 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Vtrj popular, Anniversaries o' %  remembered ant •pHata letter or cord dic. Ibtra war* an( .i mourning whti Tennyson's "In Mcmuriain" wa< favoured. Memorial monument: dripped wit;. MnUnMOt which d:< not conceal their cost Queii Vu lOria spent £200,000 on "a vast tnd il.ii. .i ,• innusoleum (>i ind". Thfa irabla sum even \% Victorian day, when tl.. pouni hod .a least tfrroc tiinca the purrh.isuig v.iino it has hKlay :C IWM " %  *'" ' *"* "* %  %  I*.* i num.in* :, t %  .,[ |*as| rfllOl' IllilfS ihr pill.ril.i. "U-red funernl ;md in memby Mrapt, ptt J Wed floWOn or h. ,r K v.il. ... Russia puts Shakespeare to work ... ... AS A MAN N I'EAtt n VINIKNT EVANS THI Ruanani have found a job for Snkesp4Mre. They have put I him to work as a propnei of 'peace. If you knmv Shakespeare best : AS the reporter ( .f great nvaln CbaraeS, the chronicler ot dUVUI %  od mvoid %  splttina—read on. Copy Ifo 3 of UM i i language Husuin pnxlueed maaUUM News" hai alTtVed Ul Britain. On page II, Shakesp.-aic ,K contender (01 the Stalin peace prize. Writes M. Moro7o\-. •dltor-lnchlef of the magazine: [trace a profound and gratifvin.; I Import in the reinvigo-ruled love for Bhakchpeare of late to be observed In Britain. Were 1 asked whether the British poopta 1 engaged today in suprrarmament j—really deslrr settlement. ,by i force of (ichat ^hakespeari' called) strong arm end iwofda. I would reolv No. "What we kee here is. unqucsllonnbly, the action ..f some exiTSsntOUl force. s<-'kuit: I of the British ptoplc to advance ends of Its own. British people I been greatly enthusiastic over i .of war.' have oevei gloried in the sight ot \;m < men. groaning for bUriai.' "ttential force* have been unleashed In th.> world today. reen >t pie UoT) phantoins arias m the dl*1 rdered brausi of the tovers > %  ; bloodshed, makin; then nt thai war must come. "Tnii' friends ot si raimot but bale the destruction, for all Bhak< works are Imbu-d with the spirit of creation." M Mororov quotes Shakespeare again 111 his Una] against some unnam* I "The English, muit ndl lose their way u the thick fog of slander; in the words of M ll faUehopd and hung truth to light.' The magazine claim* that .*'t least 100,000 Russians have read recent p 1 and "KIIIK !•'.11'* -HI IThe haih-riiii on Bra. 11 %  Galina u La Scala at MI'JII. Ineklei %  I) the rot* of CM Hk was iH'rf. rmed this ran bj Du Knglish b..u..una Margot Ftmt.vi.. ronteyn is .. pupil of Vninovu. who nt one •, % %  p was a pupil 01 my mothei ballerina R and pet hap, ti, a i i. why pitipl totd mi* that -he and It. thuuj in coounOB %  The professor IN the midst of SO anil account of Jiis visit to ti annlverslb Of Glasgow Unlveisit^ . 1 %  Ihai It, ..I I Academy of Sci< has this criticism to British officialdom at Nurtholt Airport. OUrinjJ rny doeuinense< .ask(-u me how limn I uitended to stay In Kngland aniScotland. 1 replied that I han onme nt the invitation „f Glasgow University ud should be the '-ion %  %  k win \„I %  -L.E S. hi.ns ami -intttUcluai.' tar precisely 30 years later. Before the withdrawal uf the British he Aould speak with clenched teeth about 1 (levin and British policy in Palestine. Then ie w'"ld suddenly switch to the days when U a young soldier he came on leave to LonJDn dunn the 1914-18 war and affirm how [Mai an impression London with its quiet Order had made on him. He came into a violent conflict with Ernest Bavin. Their last talk ended with Ben Guri>n energetically thumping Mr. Bevin's mas-|§ live Foreign Office desk and in forthright K undiplomatic language adding words to >'*! ;he action. ** ARMY OV 5.IHM1 Bavin, probably more than any other man.lS impelled Ben Gurion along the course of un-j\ bending opposition to the British until tht V State of Israel had been formed. This called £ "or strong will, for Ben Gurion knew howl\ weak he was at the critical moment of the IX A-ar with the Arabs. At that time he had<£ barely 5.000 armed and trained soldiers at his y disposal. X This is the man whom Israel has again J* ,'lected. For it is his war record that won hin ,** (his election and the belief that he will yet.Jj vindicate his domestic policy as he did hi> claim for a Jewish State. He has not yet done so. To many Israelis, particularly the merchants and the well-to-do, it will seem as if they have elected Pharaoh to rule over them For Ben Gurion has transformed the golden economic days ol the Mandate. Income Tax Purchase Tax. Excise duties on cigarette;. : . ind alcohol have reached British proportions > Had U1 tome places even exceeded them, t*-|> ouy the cost of the "ingathering uf Ihsije Exiles." Ben Gurion's most effective Slogan ^ MELLOWED But on the wider scene his return to power ^j will help those who seek some order in thr 15 Middle East. 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i HMMiiv VI GUSH i, IM1 Labour Defeated On Sea well Plan AFTER u discussion lasiiny 'or two days in the House of Assembly. (ir.vernmont suneivd a defeat last niht by a 9 to 6 division on a Resolution for SI.000 This was to meet ru roads or tracks and preparing hoUM %  n in .i to be leased at Svawell Plantation Government planned renting out 29 acres of arable land at Seawell to small holders in four-acre units. Thr view of the Opposition %  mUoo u* bring about a thai more people should be given pollCv l"i the distribution ol land % %  .. %  one suitand he had been hoping to ee 11 btinf thai 29 persons itnol.Miivnted. But they •-!. then •houM be given on* aen i h to take a eKanea when stead r.f MTM person* RMM ..! it. i || m i.hriy x,x. am wen %  > Voting f..i \b.RcaoUiUoB ... propoooj would no. Mr Mapi.. Mi ( . Mi I1. ,.,],, th ,. ,unm.l agricultural I..Wakott, Mr AdaflM, Dr Cumnum ^1, !" a* he would not be able to *mflw !" Mr Until** Mr lM,y ,h *' "••**•* %  "' BARBADOS \h\*H" \II 1'\..l l IV! I\.I\I roil iwrmii: I out the working of din acres of land It would be a manni assisting, rather, men erhl uld afford to support their fanv •The queillon arises w he the tog. Mi llnyncs. Mr E K W..1cott Mr Recce. Mr Ward and Mi (i.-ddard. (8). A motion by Mr. E. K Walcott lhat the Resolution be removed from the Order Paper received opposition from th( Government the status of the members nf the bonchoi woo pointed out that it House." hp jid. "i*. so reduced was an attempt not to permit a Ir ,at the status of the Head of a m boms to come Into being so that Department predominates". a land settlement could be iniURecommendations, no matter They were quite willing to supg -majority of the members of port a scheme lhat would be of the House benefit to a larger number of Mr F. Goddard said that it was pooptl BBd would do so if Gov* %  opportunity Government should trnmonl brought down a measure lake lo help the land hungry peoMX O. DOWDINO. (left) who ysatsrday presented a *frtio*rl>.sd A." 40 %  UtuU, look* on. while Dr Brute Hamlllon (right) Principal of thr In % %  pla •I %  f Christ Church. Iloutlng Scheme On many occasion*.' he said. hctru'i Qorera to that .Hi. i The motion was decided In the affirmative by a 10 to 9 division The Resolution had been postbrought down a sencintfor the utilisation of the 2V acres of land ,tt Seawell. The conditions are: I. .ort oi Housing Scheme for the Outlying districts. Are Ihey only iiuing lo attend to sMdgnOwnl it is about time that a Housing The land is to be Irased for Scheme of a broader scale be caragrirullural production ried out in the rural parishes." 2 The area is to be divided by st. John, Christ Church and tin Department of AgncuU oflitr parjsiaSS. h* fold, wfft Tttl lure into four-acre units on much rnttt | ed lo uch a scheme. the assumption that a unit of u woul( htivc bccn good f tnej Ibis sue will afford full-lime ,. ou | d navi hlld an Agricultural employment for a man and his am| a Housing Scheme combined. .. ggS^n, must resid. on hU ^,^1^^ = * f. A Ivrtcm of mixed forming •" l !" * '?" • %  ** must be practised The svsa better economic lot than one tOfD may be based on sugar %  **• %  Sl hundred would be betcane as the main cash crop, ter than one hundred, but it did but must provide for the colnot mean that with such rlrcumtivatlon of food and fodder afnecs as oxi*t in Rarbados. one crops and must be conducted acre would not be bttttr IfcnD on lines recommended by acrcptablc to Ihe Department of Agriculture in regard to the nature and area of each crop and number of head of livestock and their method of feeding and management. The field arrangement must be planned and laid out in the •Tins land in Christ Church." he sold, "lends Itself to being so used and I cannot support Govicnl today when 29 families i l>e assisted instead of seven." dr Ward said that lie was going ti vote against the Resolution. He hid said IJSI Tuesday nner required by the Detnol Government -Mould aagU pirtnuut , si %  was lurtner rcman"c man said loudly "Let me get through and see what he looks like • %  At 1.18 p.m. Thornhill walked through the back Of the Court going in the direction of the Court room Ranked by two r R ITERT CALUrJCDM n labourer or Chapmai i St. Michael, was lined $iw by His Worship Mr I A Mi I %  0 I tl D* paid by monthly In t;ilmeti!s Off two months' imprisonment w |th hard labour fnr retUOl bottles of rum from the QOVOmmenl Spirit Bond without the fonacnt of a proper officer. Cullender pleaded K iiM.ineim the lowei A superb pen! This neiiPARKE bj %  %  uddttton Ii Storm Off lido* THE bUond will mosl likely hovo windy equal]-; and rain today. There ia a depression reported cantred 111 dearees north. 54 degrees west, which Is approximately 400 miles eaet south east of Barbados and 500 miles east north east of Trinidad. A survey plane wai senl out from San Juan yesterday lo look al 11 and reported thai it was a mild storm with a wind velocity ol 25 lo 30 rallea per hour. The storm is travelling at between six lo eight miles an hour. Ii has a baiomotrtcal pressure ol 29.6. Mi t bvenee DoweUi i iage Ltd presented the engine lo Di Bruce who sfeatotned Mr. King-Ogden. Travelling KepreMoton Corporation Mini who attended the preaentaiion oxpreaaed then •inn ol tin. generoue gift and they hoped that thin valuable aid :u the hcginnmn ol lechl 'inn in B %  %  lead to progress along these Unei ST 31. HE FELT LIKE aN 0L0 MAN I,, I M I > Mar-rr Ffk-Lin TIBK-II'I im Holon I I.I .... r>. I'I %  IU ..-.< HSM Fi I Q ... .I %  Pt..--|..l. Mi %  i f..r lltf Inili M ii i< M.i.ii.ii. SnMr L*. | I '.i >f irrigation throughout the island, trie Island would be richer. "It would be a great mistake.' he said, "if we were to dKHoe this between the few." Mr F L. Walcott said that Government had made no promise agreed The lease may be terminated bv Government on three months' notice if the tenant %  ) falll to pay rent within six months of the dale on which It becomes due; (b) falls to cultivate the holding in a manner tatlo mitke a changc n thc Rc8 oluIsractory ^tlMJ^Oopention Thc n on0ura ble senioi membem for St. Lucy and Christ Churah had opportunity of helping a lot of people many years ago. "IAM US examine thc Hunouram the Resolution tile member's statement", he said, brought about its "Last week he said that when W.I. "Notes" On Show THE new West Indian currency notes are now on show at the Public Library. When a reporter dropped in at the Librai day a few people were looking at the notes One man said to another: "I think these new notes are much lnrger than th-> oU ment of Agriculture; (c) falls to reside continuously on the holding. Postponement Mr. Allder said that after long debate which finally postponement, he thought the help a man he would still have to Government would have given look for a job. When we glv* some consideration lo the opinion seven, however thev become expressed by the majority of the independent. They do not have member. no voted for its post^h-.^nto o^f.ce^ ^ey "Thave no. heard any reasons". ^J^L'S^thS would he said "wh> -hey have not seen ^ -"J^* "^VntoThe*yiS their way to grant this House its and |ook fof t Job> ., reaueat i %  %  %  ^i-'"'! 11 ""'"' The Hwolution *w nothing • made when last it was discussed. do w(lh a Housing Scheme as the If Government were doing anySenior member for Chri.t Chin. I, Ihlng and there was a possibility was suggesting, that several could benefit, it would They did not, tie said, mind the be best to allow the many to nonsense lhat was talked by the benefit. Honourable Senior Member for A lot of argument have been St. John. He talked onp point uul UP for and against this for an hour . _, ,nu> their tend when there would ST^SSLSjST WS£#£ be no work 0,1 the tensnlry nd over ihe afr i cultur, ^^y work It tor ;il present at thc if t had been that the author.plantations people get work only ties wanted a chance to cxperiIhree or four days a week ment with what might be a pure They had always boasted about co-operative scheme, by ail means they could iiave a chance to experiment. But It was purely by accident *h"t the 211 acres were to be distributed among some people. Since tiiey had not been told of another scheme of making land available to people of the colon,. who had no land, it wan impossible to see why the land should not be divided among tin number possible. Even If they divided the land into one sere lots with irrigation. a man and his family would still have to employ lagnrlinft Then fore the argument that the helde would still be going bcguing for work was'pure rot. If members rend what England told Jamaica about her cLfai inderstood the sugar situat they would appreciate the Qjunaflon letter. '"Compared with Ian. tion in this colony," he said ll .nd St. Lucia could be even nailed more %  ndaUeoe.' 1 Mr Mapp *aipi-,.d He was giving a talk lo memben of the Pharmaceutical Society and their frtondi %  I petl Of the Phain u programme He said that it woul.l cost the island much to run such u hospital. Very eXp .,1 woul I have to be bought and 11 of a T.B specialist wotll quired. Trained Buresi arould b needed t<> give medical attention to the T it potlenta He also spoke of enncer whjdi he said "has been on the increase for some time, particularly cancer of the lung." Eczema Itch Killed in 7 Minutes MM 'ound lh Itmndf I. rl Imr • YOUTHFUL VIOOUR This yoong man was belaf E reiimturi'lv sand by ktilaay roubTa. He leUs in hta latter how Krunrlino ga* him bark hli bealt b after weeks of pain :— a **! Buffered for weeke from %  i. iiiilo and felt like an old ma.i Rltninigh 1 am only SI ir I Btooiih akin %  %  : .-.. ... %  MUl guaranlnd NiBedarmfM. wi.niiiic mclhod of drjuing in. Mormg. safeguarding end iclcam:i ink, it' called Iha In HMtrit I %  • i oann yavj .he moaf oumindlin pen porfbrmanca lex known. las IIKsea Nrkar '51* at ynm daaler'i Vonll Vi\<^\ n i> th-invorj iheotn Inside iha barral fry n and you'll .int io hu .1 lot yoarMaf oi -.ixci.il ii lend %  .. .\> FOii I III III SI BV MATCHES ASK nm THREE PLUME MATCHES OX SALE EVERYWHERE 'l HI tSS THK Oil I It II II I I. roit ir' %  ... %  i %  TA/V\PAX Hxiiiirrs LTD. H.r.r.-i from Uu of vlgo ASM, araak bod*. ImpurSMS. IslUni ^tore tUr Hma *W <• i>td to laar. ot a a*w fflaad ilicotarr by an AaaMtBH Ttila IMW SJscovary mafc* ll piwaltJ* t .jui.lily and .-ally raSl-irt •isour li eaj .•„r..!. sad I lo airtnsthfn jour mlifl an laaSBOry as. raalUkaa n-w man In or. ida.a In (a-i 1 -SI•'* I" '* "•' %  I in it %  abaolalclr Bur ml* %  an* naiurai %  TBWI I I I— IBi it ii %  %  • dtatfi iti %  %  I i-mmlati h*f uadar a fuaii'. pl.ir iaita't">n or i-.or-y i-aca. Iti otiuar I •orda. Vl.Tsb. mu.l -4< )0U I-al IM or I .lou> ant anar and lr->a" I* iH Fa.i I liansif. af ro" Til' ra^urr. itie ampij i tEvJtusJsrssrJvJiSi i TB>Tba;s'" ;, "a" ;; H.il.r.1 Hutari mm* VhtiUf BOOK? YOU'LL BE DELIGHTED WITH OUR NEW RANGE ... COME IN TODAY AND PICK YOUR CHOICE ADVOCATE STATIONERY THE MOST MODERN IN TOWN > ; LINEN & LACE TABLE CLOTHS WONDERFUL VALUE RUNNERS15x45 1.85 oa. OVALS, ROUNDS & SQUARES at 84c. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. 11. 12. 13. Broad Street 72 x 90 -$14.50 ea. 72 x 54 $7.50 ea. 52x52 $5.11 ea. DRESSING TABLE SETS at $1.55 Set



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ru.i BARBADOS ADVOCATR wi DM BDAT, M7GUS1 U MM HENKY BY CARL ANDERSON ~ j?C MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY ,1 '< vi5... 1 t;' DO V/TANVOFTHI N >-• NOu %  THOU % %  •• NJ. JS ,J-JS-~ NO^ :*\' V*A-< TMKI A32;< WAUL7 J~-/S 1 v\ ~~S' NOT vffEv ,3000 A' *— IEN3 A ot-OST....T-.ATS A__ ITHIN< N.,3 U YJVCE A vsev 3O0P -N* BO r S N> SOT A %  O WBNTION |T| rtl J-OB-iS. ND J>= BALTMN Ff? \ 1— J \-oo*.... BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG / %  %  • ZH LON--M£D(>*7VC(XW CN-*AT DiPTv D QCNF THAN CAT THiS OeL.OOUS %  SJP*€ff I MADE HIM **Jk> • ^ THE LONE RANGER FRANK STRIKER BE *OSt EKTJOOUGH.TAE ARMY WIL MAKt IT A PO NT TO CLEAN UB TLE OUTLAW T 4£ % -155*' |UCM BRINGING UP FATHER r I BY GEORGE MC MANUS %  Ml ft l*l ..%  %  %  %  %  %  WATCH MIWEtPUfciT-L SL*W TW' BALL .V.^L: TWfVil T s*jw watCM ireo.' JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS AAMM.. TMK K SO AAUCM l^ktj? "'-** %  BUYING Tui. |ftlilISeTU(* CVIR Txt COUNT, L* RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND ^ --E uffl i % %  I %  v A THE PHANTOM LEE FALK & RAY MOORES %  .PTKCBiA'IDStmrUC 6/X PHtH. gUCettf fS. JEAN AND "HONPI'MERlBGOl AMALTI6ER.A MAN-KIILER-I'VE, Gciro GETAWAY.' UH-(6ASP-6A3P)WHA HAPft S EDfcTMAr OTHER Tl6EC,HCNEY?DlDHE KWAW AV?y7^ made by -TMIFIF. (tood looks tell you thrx'rr just right. You know, too, when you look at the price Ms-, that you ran't grt finer value, Illustrated ii a Full Brogue Oxford. Tied to every pair if the John White Guarantee Shield—the sign which in--.ii.' jml right'! Look for it in leading storein Harbado*. JOHN WHITE means made just right ... for liniflvnv Simply *p'pnklc MOM 11 ill p*.' into the Uvalory bowl and ka*e overnight — then flu.h. 'Hiipl c'' action iHllllfflfli • nJ dcodorite. wktrr no bru'h mtk. ^^ •llarpk' i. HI II ii in i) turn % %  SACROOL < ; %  %  .i bottle from kMGHIS Vm SKIKIS IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi' customers for Monday to Wednesday only BLUE SOAP 2 bars for POTATOES 6 lbs. for ONIONS 4 lbs. for Usually Now Usually NOW 108 IOO Vegetable Salad 55 St 96 T2 Condensed Milk 32 M 80 M Schweppes Tonic Water 30 94 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street HAM Y THI MONK1 O* BUCKfAIT AUIr jBUCKFAST 'TONIC WINK imssr v For \ All Night Sleep w T^O you wake up In the ^momins really rcfrcuhed— brij[hf t-yed and buoyant! If not, >our sleep has not been %  s restful and restorative as it should be. A cup of deliciou* 'Ovaldne' at i.! %  lime will help VOU-H it help* countICM II"MI.III.U —|o .-n|.>. tlir bet kind of .le-prv*rvnielli. I \-.\nl, p—OSn a l llaap coaat* in an cntirclv natural av. for 'Ovaltinc* i prel'Ti'1 only U.mi N jiur < %  '. Inn* t looJi. The •pviial foothlng nourlihrncat which 'Ovaltlnc' providr* rvlirvr* nervoua tcn*ion, hrlp* you to relax ..ml quickly prepare* the way for •leep. And while YOU tlvep'Ovaltlne' provide* nouri*hment to rrnrw ain-ngih and mr^i That I. why 'Ovaltina' la everywhere acknowledged a* the WodtTl beet oight-cap. Sold m airtight rim by all ChfmlUt and Stont. Oval tine. UiredNatures Sweet Restorer^ 'sssss,;',; %',;;;;DIAL 2620 -JSSS ADVOCATE PRINTING DEPT. li'XOR CLEAR GLOSS VARNISH STTPnEME IN QUALITY AM* FINISH — Alio — OALV. OIL CANS — 1, S 5 Gin Slir-I EnUblUh.d 18Ct I HERBERT Lid. II A 1.' RUKBI IK -mill .--v,V.V-'--.*AWVW IniorprnlrA ^ MM J



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HI HM M>\\ M i.i -I IS, |S1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'M.I SI 11 S CLASSIFIED ADS. PI 111.M TftXaVHOMI I1M SALES DIED 1' s .SSI. Zillin Doldren The IUIMFBI Mill r*wd*nc* Bw.ln Rd ai p.m ihU evening tor Ch-i Of God and thence lo WMbur) FOR Mil Tew mil per fliM' ho. %  %  ^ l> *"*• ** %  •• l.we _. . J*d II.SO o> fuMft MtalsM*** thorp* n M MM S<.'den Haul FOR ill M' >"•""• ***>* iMtfi 71 ml* owl | • ->m. i* M-.-J. — OK** M< Vo-d* 1 MMl < %  u.i-d B -. h iriill i toard o Siisdoyr. SHIPPING NOTICES HOI srs (Canadian National Slranisiii|>-. 4 %  Bat* a Kool Telephone UN KM %  Ma AL'TOMOIIVF %  •* !" I. ntuai* %  I W.I*. Re-d Bank Hall .., lit* •inin.i of j IIUHBJ..*. %  7IIUU lUi 19*1. al her Fairfleld. Ki Pt I ii 4 M p m to-day Philip L'nurrh IN HLOfOmiAM i live* most preemui Ad dearer Indeed In** ne bo away I ."• with for Ju Then He also lofl me to on* day While 1 -in Irll mourning illrm imoth*r' ha Eiimt Leacoek unll] % %  %  • A 15 • SI-In %  "eiMHlBulF ia* BrdfiMd As* P . ;< a.vd red 10 h tf '-!'• m food Hoiking otdoi Ape S!^*tLi * ml Oai.fi* Roebuck Stiecl H)iI •' Mil OH tXCHANGt Oti-r flno Homo Hill aroo Ii. family, oblige! place preferably • cotl pttce Xxc**lienal ail r oppof1u.lt highly advantage ral direct private parti** I.I i responsible Ag*H. Hin| .-•! P m doll) II I SI I.V CLIFTON TTHBACt—T.i an fa>B|i>0#* t.rv-.1 FurnMhed Hou. Lppe* Bav St Opposite Yacht and Aqu..i. Club* A* r-ooVrn r.int %  prrmfaas I %  SI—I I n FLAT or. Blue Water, tl i" Bpaewua cupboards I .-.*' Bill II11.1. CREST Navy Garden. Apply lo 1 I Phoe SM0 14 a SI In • %  KrTOa CYCUJ Iht hp '.. vT'o* j?*"'* u, *aW Cycle. Trtepboti IS I SI—4 FOR SALE ipprovod purchaser 1 B.nldn.g 1S.3H I4.4X fr*t. altualfd %  .t riotai*' rtir.inf and %  ^m MM 14 111 Jn. • %  ts>BOI Ml AN CPt : 1-AI1Y H 'I CAN COWTBUCTOR 1.ADY MXKON %  ..!-..1 M,Ula> a A !••.<*•_ ivoif Piioo II crnti pet loot aoiykt*. a>v-at*t main on alao lood rood Appl* Y.ar-ood Bojeo. It M_n -.i ssrr. A C Wor*k rjt... •.,' % %  i. YKARWOlkD im*. brl.Bovrr. la* ,ft ^=i 1* • si I I r STATION WAGGON IWI Hilkman St.MM>n Wacgoti rim BoflWt*i*d Ap.il %  • JH N t pru-* BIB V'lil w-<*|.i n.4ce (M.-,*, B lllBnll| :\r Apply Holph Board H..a (oi -.T Moral ion •i|: M-U-HC .1 8i o. ul|P ,„ -, d.tlon. omt ,unai on IJ Act*. M aood "'*'"' u,, II nocoaaary Bhlrta. Pyjamaa I' o> I^dloa' Slack* Cuaranlood HI and Wortmatuhlp ROYAl. 9TORX. No. II II.> %i rrr t Phon* 4MB 4 8 SI 14li SMALL CAPITAL availablefor pan"ii-ivim hunnpaa Stal* part Titian, typo of buainrw *1c. and lulrcd in l*tt*r lo "Kancu t* S II —1) HOI.IOAV RJUOHTB Grvnada-Ula ol Vl** SANTA MARIA—;v*li*rt holl In Caribbean H.it* from P 00 per haad p*r day. GRANH IIOTEL-ln h*ol r*ai. clcinial dUlrltt urv4*f Oovwnmant Hoiu* hill Ratca from 1100 p*r hood por day SEASIDE INN-On Grand Afa Bathim Beach Hal*, from 1400 BI head per day. EnqiiririloD M Sllnaof. Gronada aSI—Tan I'l IISOX VI Th* public ai* lr*bv warned againd f.vmg credit lo n.i wtl* INEZ GIBBS u.** GRIFTITIL ... I do not hold myaall Ktpniiiihlr for lie* or oinumlaM conKacling any debl or debt. In my narna unloai b> I itfn*d by m* DARCV GIBUS Carmldia*! Tenanlr.'. 14 51 In Tho public or* h*r*bv warned agaln.t tiving cr.-dii i" i'i> •rlla, OH I IIOI.IHW IfaM IIUPEi a. I do not hold mya*ll re.pon.ible lor hT or anyone rlH .'iitr..ctlri Bfl| d*4>t M il-lnIfl BU Ii> i wrlllail order llgned i %  WKSTON HOLDER, Park Road. LOST A I Oi Mil LOST KB I'ur of GUW. Ung Rcwtird %  %  U ml 15 the night of 13th Aut named Pip" ,i.i({ he. to Sir John Bolnl Edgehlll SI Tttomai will be rewarded 14 WATCH l-idl Tweed.id* Rd men Rock 1 Wri.t WMch Pine Rd and ColL.„ler will be autUblv GOVFRNMFNT NOTICE WATERWORKS l>r:i'AHTMIiNT I'AVMENT tit WATKR RATKS C o n w ui utti who turn not yet m mped of tho uuartOT Midini 3uih B*ptmbr, 1991, Rf hficby DOUfatd uMI un..,< %  |).uti on or bvfon the 31NI ol AIM th*) Departmeiit. as authorised \f M etion 46 of the Waterworks Act 1813-1. may nop the water from flowing into the pp respect of which such rates payable, either by cutting off the pipe to nidi psriwMB, or by sucr they may think nt. ap^ i.ikc proceedings to recover ^ny amount due. 12.8.51—3n WE ARE BUYERS STAMPS Sheet*. Single Stamp*. Collection*. Acedmu.allon* and Cover*. Good price. Paid al th* CARIBBFAV STAWr SOCIETY 3rd Floor. No 10. Swan St. TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH (.me Sugar llandhonk One Cop> onl lei! 130 00 S STATIONERY &f > Relax, vnjou and benefit V from your week-endi and S BaMnkrn, There if no belter • ai; Ihon by ifllllno. | FOR SALE I Yarli! -OREGON" idpal for Ihr^e pan aw oaaMMrad lkini"l IUB 00 COLE & CO.. LTD. *>'*'e*.*e**Ve'e'e'e-e'-'-*-''.'/////. Mipplwa. RickPtt Street %  1 ll.li I Kli .IHIM. MAI HIM > ir all Elrcluc Maiehm* that mah*.fl*w. l and D.rn ln g P ,. y Dl, „„ „, •i ACo.. Ltd.. Electrical Dept II a SI fn PYE RADIO CATAIAKJL'ES Cleaily OaOurrUI leaflet. i ich „< tn* new lasi-si py r hadio. -I radlogramopnonea will be nuiil.-d i you witnoul obligation, for ( .. %  .•*!! will .-all Mail i • %  I'll. LIMITED PO BOX MO FURMTXKK OrTICE CHAIRS hipmml of Offlc* Poi fir** point adjuiUntnt i T Gedd** Grant Ud.. ..V IIIM.SUM : % %  ie. and dr.,n •VI HI M \OllllS l.UHOK LICENSE NOTK r INANHffM a BISIOVA1. .lion ol liwu i.i-iumv UtoBhatidbag BHBH I ol Mher irMutai aoaMBIMM, i . light.. tobi i. ,.. children %  Ai '-iir.': \i. KI ram A.ictio.ieer 14 I 51 Hi N I*' 1*1 IM II Vlllll IS fl A-lml. Mj i'i %  retauaoa ••• „ board mid ahingi* u\ : End. Ang T*a c*nK por opal* line Ba owl II ceali p*. gpaia line < mlfiiihm chor 0a $] .yj om and |ibo* Sunday: %  I e. %  .Lit. Sundau*. N n Chair, with See them lod.iv 1)1*1 4441 I B SI II %  STEEL STAK-A-BYE lh.ii. t.'prlghl. tflSO.M-ri Sl*el Slak-A-By. A .. i..,,,, each. See them at Ralph fleard'. *r Bay Street lo %  51—3n NOTICE re Ike r.lale al IIUIIFHT DA COSTA PORTE ideceaapdi NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha agaiml the Eatal. IMrte. deceased. I.i Oov*mm*nt Hill. KM ...i s,,.. T>u. apphcatlnn 1 Hie Urrri.lriK Cour Ml'i dav of A.lg n m at P i be held on iasi ,,t II id.i i.i debt or claim agan % %  • of Eitieal Theodore Toil MKCIIAMCAL Ruberu Steel Back Tlncki Spare Wheel* an 1 foil*. 100 00. Truck.*. HI Ou %  S P MUSSON SON A Co Dial 1*1 IS md Troli Tyrea. id 134 00 Ltd ( %  11—7n MISCELLANEOUS AKTiqi'ES Of aratjr drwciiption las*. China, old Jewel.. Ana Silver aier-colour*. Early bonk*. Map*. Autograph* *lc al GorrtngoAntlqui ~ i. adjoining Royal Yaehl Club II % % %  i f n Uland who died on deeeaned late <>l Mi m the l.Ih day of May mi i.,t„Ul*f* tepan.h of Saint Michael In IhiI.I.....1 JiiT^j.. " ** rn *' ul " "' "' %  •'• -" di.-.l o,t the *th day of D>ccmb* elalir* diiL/ -tt*.l*d lo Ihe underdgnadj IMO. are requested lo **nd pa %  eotla Ometa Pi i^. C o H*r i.e* ft' t| ,i, cUima dnl< alte.tevl 1,, the ,„.!.. Cnffiih. Boiintpra. olMo. llingt. Rir.*r. Haned Druclla A,*-U T.yTor anO iiiigef..wn .on or baftjta tne Sth da> of Willum Walerman Alleyne. C^o M**ar* J*epi*aiber IWI after which dale we Hay no. A OrUIIUl, No II 11 ILL Street %  hall proceed to rllitiloutc thr a*ari< o( L.-lgelown. Harbadoi Solicitor*, on oi Ihe decewaed among Ihe partir. e"Hilled !*' re the 301h day ..I Reptember IMI., Ihereto having regard only lo *u.u „,u *rhMD data . -hai i calm, of which we ah all then have hal dMlrthute the axel* ol th* deoa*od not.,-* and w* will not be llahle fo. the I ..nong Ihe ptirtle* entitled tl.e<.t<> I, ,M,, %  ""• *•' any par! thereof HI diMrlbuled Mganrd Onl] lo u.h i Linn, of which wr to any pmon of whoa* drbl or claim w* [ .hall then have hod notice and w* w|ll %  nail not then nave had notice. I not be llahle lor, Uy* a*a*U or any part Arid all penon* In.lebted to Ihe (all ti.,, r ..f ... ili.li n, u | r .i to aril mate are rpgue.t*d !•• aettle then uld wruix debt or clnim we Uiall —• **— InaVbtodnaaa without ,1.1... laToTTA OMETA PORTE, QualllVd Admlnltr..tn> „f ti Eatale of Hubert DaCoo l>.rte. ideceoted). CAMERA Kodok SI, A* m hundred dollar* flit. I I'll. .' %  :..II % i|, I AHTHENWAIUr. dl.he.. plate l General Hardwai lie*. Rlekrlt Strrel Dial 4*11 ENAMEL WAKE at cnnip. tit "-m —r Sdppllaa. RIck.ll I.reel Dial *• % %  14 a ll So GA1.V BUCKETS lI nJ 11 II SI each. Thee rice* al Ralph Beard SIIFF.T* •>•>•each III W 44 Al Ralph W..rd I MIU.'ERM Wall Buff, and Sie*l Offlca FCiilpniriil com pining D*.k>. Filing net*. Btatlotiery and Pigeon Hole Cabinet*. Ca*h Hove*. Plan File, for Architect*. Card Index Cabinet.. Waitepeper Ba*krt la-ller Tiay. *IC P MUSSON SON A, Co Ltd Liaia-SIIS S S II—Tn PAINTS Its IVa ck and Bucham in .li .17*. Hal .hade* 1 Dial MIS 14 S Sl-3n i RF.X | ...r' Cil-ASSWAHE See RECOSUS; Charlie Kuni Blng, Swing .and wo will order for you II w* iaven'1 got it In atock A. Bam** a C< ,*4. B.T.tl-t f SUNFUSC In all ahadea at Genera rardwate Supplie*. Hiekrtt Sire-1 Hal 4PII 14 %  SI3n SPECIAL OFFER OE S P1ECF TERRA COTTA III'TTLH COOIJTRS JoM I for Ihia hoi weather A .Imple 'Bllon enaurea cool firm bolleT all tha round InMructlon* with Cooler ONLY 41 CENTS EACH. OHTAINAIHJ: FIWJM HARRISON* HARD HI: STOKE, RKOAD ST 14 I II-3n TREES—Three .S> Tree* Undina. *c t*pply R P Goodln I-argr AI mom let, I lire wood C II Foil R..v .1 H\VIU NOTICE i II ; Ml SIMON NOTICE IS HF.HEJ1Y GIVEN that all -non* having any debt or claim, again*! the F-.t-.le of Charle. Aguatu* Harmon Branch, decent*.!, late of WeatUurv Ho nl in tha Pariah of Saint Michael. In llila laland who died m ihi* UUnd on th* I Bin dav ol JiaM IBS!, are requeued to %  end In pailicuUn ol their Claim, dul altered lo Ihe under.lgned Martin FIUgerald Thorne ol Richmond Oap. SI Michael on o. befor* the 11*1 dav of AuguM IBOI. alter whi.h dat* 1 ahall procerd lo di*trib>ile the aaect* of tlm d* f *B**d among lh* pa rim *ntltl*d Hereto, having regard only lo *uch claim* of which I .hall then have had roller and 1 will not be liable for tho to any perron of who** d*bt or claim I shall not than h*v* had not** And all per—in* indebted to th* laid e*Ute are requeued to *rltle C Ml indetitediiete without delay. Dated thl* 4th day of July ISol Qualified eierutor of Ihe Eatalc Chart*. Aguatu* Harmon B**J d*c*a**d 4 1 si ta NOTICK liARCOl BI DeLlBLP < LARKF. ggaOO— ....... ....:.,.„.,.., ,,.„„ , II Mil .M HI I. I l-l | HI I KI NOTICE IS HRIir-IIV GiVEN thai al peraun* having any debl or claim again. Ihe Ratal* of ri.inmil D.I nor* commonly k| DeUale Week**. Ul* ol Church VHIagi In Ihe partlh of Salnl Philip In Ihi. Iiland. who died In thl. laland on tin llh day of February. ISal. inleatot*. n lequealrd to arnd In partlcn dam.. BUta -M.-.i..I la LIU % % %  daralgned Euauc* Maxwell ShilMonr. ol No I High Street. Bridgetown. Ihe qualifl-i admlnlitrato* of th* *aid *ttate on o before the Tin day Of September Ittll, a after thai dale I .hall proceed t distribute Ihe aaoet* of Ihe deceaae regard onlj lo the elmu ..' -I...I, %  hall then have had nolle* and that I wil not be liable for aaeela ao diMrlbuled u any part lh**r*of lo ant person %  > peraon* of who** debt or claim I *hal nol then have had notice And all per*on Indebted to Ihe said estate are requr.lxi to settle their acc.tunt* with m* without del.. Dated thl. fay i Ml E M SHIl-STONE. And all parnBI u.detiled lo Ihe a *>lat* nre rtqueated lo *rlll* Iheli md* editeas wliho.it del... Dat*d thl* 31.1 dav of Jt.lv IBM, I>H1VH4.A AUGUSTA TAYl'Ht WILLIAM WATERMAN Al LaTYrfl Qiiahfle-I aataaiMava of Ihe -ill 1 %  I i .i. Por further iDformAtion apply to • DA COSTA A CO. 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ffetee .HI armistice tmirai Turffer ley soucjbl hOOM to %  %  full value or Untied ttal 11 smacy in Korea. ...ii said mis was to a 73-minute oration 'Iwhich ISM Ketl spokesman. Nnriii Koreari Lt, Gen. Nam ii Tuosduy's truce talks a' kiSMvin described Nam'* in %  ttenipt to • %  discredit '. pendent enectivi oil the sb 'Hill naval pow I i i %  rould reUnqulsh n.ialii'i'.** oman, Hug. Gen. William P. Nuokoli who sttended said Nun's speerh nfcled srtttl Mich words n iponslble/ 1 belligerent,*' ";.ini•ivr" md "Intolerable."—-CPi US Reaeorcli Group t nder i,\ i\ Control i INGTOt?, Auiaifl 14. The ex-Communiat spy. BUcallfled on Tuesday in.it her Kus*ian espionage bo*i %  hoi thai the Institute of Pacific Relations was "as red nd "under our control.*' Utute, which i;i private is under scrutin i y the Senate Internal Secuiil •rhJch seeks t determine whetbei have inlluencrd United .-'... Bastern policy. .. %  itiry told the Commit l wd" Utbel v on the Institute by Jacob Qeaoa her former superior and lovi ke With the Communl Party in 1943 after Goto* died She also said that si.. be head of the wartui ,inB in WashingDfcVti Jr, ;t State %  nl official recently %  p.trtment's yinpathcti' : UuH She once wajshown B raocsrl 03 Davits, which i his *ymnot elaborate. she Ufted that the former i of the Treasury. Henrj Moigenthau, Jr. was "uned" by niiliiinset , present war June 25, I DM. The South Korean army wni overwhelmed He said 'We • In pretty much the same spot oursetveg I., i New Year's Day when we wore overwhelmed He s-ild if the U.N. were to accept the parallel as a I line the battle line would bo extended about 70 miles to the wi across two indefensible I'cninsul Moreover he said the parallel is only 29 miles north of Seoul nerve centre of Korea .md this "wholly insufficient In depth" defend tbe ekcflpllal —IT.P, Inler^ A merican Talks Monday WASHINGTON. August 14. 18 1-aUii American dlplomats, appointed by their Gover ments to Bttend ,m extraurdiiia maotlnd of the inter-Ameriei Economic and Social Council, wlM fly to Panama this week-end tor the opening session next Mondi Most Embassies reported that their delegates have reservation Pal Una bound airliners Ofl Saturday. Two Pan-American Union officials, Luis D. Gardel, Secretary Genera) of the meciine. ;md Edward P Davis, are already In Panama. Other members ot th la! staff are scheduled leave on Thursday. —t.P. Russia HasNol Honoured Agreements By EDHAR1> IIIHBV WASHINGTON. Aug. 14 High United States Government officials support with numerous i i:arge. their contenttoo mat the Soviet Russian Government has failed to honour such agreements or treaties as Yalta. Potsdam and M> forth Among instances thev cited are the following: The Yalta Conference provided that frte and unfettered houid l>c held in Poland as soon as possible on a basis of lUdversal idh w Bnd leerel ballot Tht Soviet fiiivernment refused •i. Bupposi the US. and Bril..m to see this was carried out The Potsdam declaration stipulated that Japanese DMjltai after Iwring rompletelv riliannad should he pcrmitttd to return to then in.merltb the opportunity to lead peaceful productive lives On April 22. 19S0. Soviet Russia announced only 2.467 Japanese prisoners of wai "fit Mill held by them However, the Bafarenw Commander Allied powers and the Japanese Government ealculated Inal M9J83 Japanaee prisoners of war and civilians remained Ul "iktrol —U.P. British Plan D isap/to in t& TEHKRAN, Aui 14 Vice Premier Huaseui Paten said that Iran was disappointed %  rilh the new British proposals for uMtimg the oil dispute between the two countries The* plan was disclosed ;tt the fifth foimai rsagjO* tinting Beaston iasi night by Rlch%  rd Stokes chief <>f the British ilsfsjallasi The Iranian cabinet and OovernnMOt'l Mixl OH Commission discussed the matter today, and F;itemi said iftarward tn:it it era too early to talk of a braiftkdowri in the negotiatioiib. 'but my optimum has deeres quested another meeting tonight with the Iranian delegation toexS lain his ideas in greater detail ,i/en Hasscibi. a meml>er of the Oil Nalionalisa'ion Board, descrihed the Stones proposals as "Incompatible with 'he nationali%  rlndpit •"—t'.P. Search Foi Qrwh \ iftims ISi-l|MHi.-fl SBATTLI Washington. Aon 14 Thmalted remain* "i %  > it i" bomber that crashed Into ;i frame i %  inII% %  killing at leas' u persona and Injuring: 12. hindered firemen from searching for additional victims. Estimates of the numl i dead still in the wnckage ranged as high as "20 to 30"—the numbe. of tenants unaccountetl for Um Ore luthorittei laid "W< estimate there should not be more than five to sfven bodies still ii. tbari The search however was post poneil last night when heat of the debris and metal in the charreo rubble kept firemen from approaching close to (he white hot core of the WMckagS They said thev might be nbh* to n -.. %  %  ". i I I RANDOLPH HEARST DIES King of GmavTa Take V h Quom % COLOMBO Ceylon. Aug. 14. bite "king" Islands arriving h* re tib way to brli 11 %  overal British briae to live ;. % %  JII among 14,0(J Bride-to-be is blonde 21-yearold Daphne Parkinson of Burnley. England who met 15hen they were at Oxford tl • Ian to marry in % %  %  I J 'leturn to Cocos to live in the 13 .v. itookmg the Indiaji Ou -U.P. 4 .iiatt inula rVMSUpCfl %  Mllbf > City Aug. 14. %  to attend %  Japan next month. A %  %  %  %  -If :,LY HILLS. August 14. called to the home William Randolph Hearst, aged lowing statement. "Mr Wilium, 8H. founder and chief of the vast Randolph Hearst. Snr enjoyed publishing empire which bore his robust health until %  t mrcs M B ml) name, died peacefully al his home four years ago. wnen he became here, about 12.30 p.m. on Tuesday. subject t ImentB of advanced Friends said that Hears! had been | age." in "frail health" for some time He leaves hbj endow Milheent and his death was not unexpected Wilson of New York and However, associates said tb'it hp His business career was spread had continued to direct Hearst (over more than GO yea: papers to the end and they rewhich he bought and founded ported receiving instructions from newspapers magazine*. radio "the chief even during the past stations, and news reel and motion ii-u day. picture companies. At 'he time of Hear-: died at his mansion after his death he was regarded as on< recent brain haemor; of America's richest men His hages. Dr. Myron Prinzmetal. the : wealth in 1935 was estimated at publisher's physician, who was 1220,000.000.—t'.P. S.\.\. I.AVI Ml.lll Britain Attacks Russia On Jap Troalr Talks JAMAICA Aug. 14 II.-I House %  t ihe %  B I West Indu .. uj radei I that A I %  , %  i • %  Wi >i i •lum %  ., LONDON, Aug 14 %  %  IJR1TA1N took a swing at Russia for jumpmR into S^-^ ';;„,. the Japanese Treaty Conference at the eleventh """> P I hour and indicated it felt the Soviet move spelled::,' £T^ w^iSE i rouble for a Far Eastern settlement Japanese bonds tumbled on the London market as diplomats expressed iears that Russia would no! I 5u* .. n.. only delay the signing of the Treaty, but would do %  „ .., everything in her power to win the Asiatic nations political government, of the Brti1 nh Weal Indies calll cine ..n federation witluMotion for aceantance "f the principle ot ledei i > Ulnastfi of Sot I il Welfai i B ngsier %  i || lsh Oulaaa, he aatd, amra able on their own to soove foi s greater u*iiion m worW aifaM%  ui sin., ti %  srarld Irentl is mm Inggei unit i| %  rc .rei self detrrinm.il lo t.o her views on the Treaty A British pon %  poftcainaji gajid "W* llu P' SoVHH HMffllB Will iiiakc .<'nslniiii\ • r*ntiihuliiiii u lo HaMevfi the Jipanexw ueaiy This u coupled with an expreasitoti ol regrtl that hw ti>' i %  i The llnti^h Foreigr TRINIDAD C.burst 'hct on a trip laotlng mn montb> 8h) v to Peruvian bom engineer Mike C rli Karschi HlM BaptiMe sra* baa d I dsavou-" isi night i:xriti:ss li..|it. !, ii to ltig 111 lam tiipitih rrisd in P*uIsst xuninwi propo-.tl from 'Bui l.-i'lci IIC Witt India Attend Jap /V'vr Jutksy \' V8HINOTDN, Aug H • %  ... %  aoaesn .. mat tne I v i. roeeivan no inrilcatii i • iii< i the null.oi Oewernrnara i %  %  .I.IIH,g oi the Jai anew I i inctsco UcOermott -a i %  .in re ii Bted that India "ill um Ided Inal thlruj .ii-m' reports p>it>%  had n Tokyo lo the i fl %  ild Mi..; noi .! % %  .. d then i' i r Sir Oswald Quits Bench Atlantic Pa^l System Extended World-^Wide (By KOIII.IM | NASSAU. August 14. Sir Oswald Bancroft ha Justus of ihe llaham.. i the age or 3. Sir Oswald i< Of Barnacle*. h u t w0\ make hix home here. A. f Addetiey hag been apiKm.ier acting Chief JuStlOB ui.t permanent appointment is made t-v ih,. ColoeUai Oflee Addcrlej i* th r first negTu lo ItOld tin highesi judicial post in we BahamasAdderley's oul %  'i the Bahamas b:ir ararldwloe Ltei in 1938 when he defrnded Fonester Scot) Philadelphia lawyer, a socialite in the first kidnap case In li>e Bahamas Scott snatched h. ycung daughter from Moni, t .u it..;., fi while sii,. was hare % %  -cod wife and tried t„ g< i Monda> | I private plane Add* '' ley again attracted attentiui reality ,,, September N„ ungli when he aaflsead Att-,inev r.. %  the W> \MII belong ral HaOlnaB tor Ihe pstJaseutlno '' '" al • %  i Alfred Deinarlfn) |j tl led Btagaa will be endln JUKSDM I in i ,. LONDON, Aug. i4. -\ ';'"•; whofeai thai the oil rich MlSdle EMI would all to the Runteiu In the evenl oi war, have .imderl to extend the Atlantic PJCI Security tyitem %  : '' MMrn hon if tht AtJanth .' %  ol thi I nation pact .„, moving down ';M ' %  twardinloth, vn,n ... rn th ..„ future th. A \ u 'i •' the keystone ol the defence h< • World .... %  % %  lentatl 1 ,. : '' ,il ' %  %  oged dishipping in %  :, crrannin .),,. %  %  %  m of a Wtddl' %  I'rufcri HWivc An Arm %  c i B scheduled :.. Oakea murder case. to th,. African Adderlev %  %  M.A %  III: i An) nted CJM rsi a \< si 'i". U B Hrs| negro m th(; Executive Council, the highesi political %  ppointrnenf in th" Bahamas, a tnaaiteV of the Leg* illative Council with hinctloti •imilar to Uioc of the Hous> ol Lords and %  Justice <>' the Psac Brd the ChairI the AJeports Boom one <>f the many Important public potg held during over of public %  rial life l*.(r. (sovt. To Raise !2..~>0NUON. Aug u mlttai The haraest sitd coldest wlntes Bfei Rob G i Is e*ct. i the ImrttOf's Chal 'k poii1 s But a lot of It can be lion facing industry and ul! elec avoided if onb thai barassi % %  l very nertous indeed ration plagued. hard-WOrkjni Bui however unwelcome thi member of the conrn '>ge for the w British ho to lie faced." finger to switch off that unnei I :.ry light that electric Bn vacuum cleaner not enough Not thai the %  i rood. Ofl the asked to economize to Although coal at L th extent of 20*--in the uw of puts are up. Inrrean this winter Otherwise industry engaged r be me" P* 1 ho " whenever posslbie cording to a report issued by the m some other part of %  i" %  .i. to thdefence of Israeli or Ihe %  Philippines, hui ihe „!.,,, re aoiiii ahead iggre*lri|| must be (ou Aiier,. on the globe To. ul revolver I...in sideline busi ne*. V 11 %  ...I,I. .,.,i II, .ii i., inn.: liil the revolver into Macao from China JIHI kepi ii'i ueapan under ihe seat, laaatai ii iu rohfiBn foi s?-..so (or earh ,nb I f Offtei hethei Soviei ,i refused lo ** I td" th' not s bul dlpli mauc Bourca Bid UM Unti'ii Qovet nsflenl I niivinced HliKMa intended I. i 1 roa .i inooke) *rerHdi w% %  anUre l*oi natern Thi i i -i" % %  led Bus i %  gi s %  r • '.. 1,1.,. DTI Cril i..ireat) eoti > • n mt m ip nw ., .,,,,. .,,.,,,.,. ; .., I K inong in an %  , il Com i ".ii lhat pturod Importanl high ground rigll Oil,. SSI might well >v Mill '.he IS.. .,i .'.. nti caused in Ru ppOtl .'l S., rrirtiun in 1 %  I • %  I'M aUthorltM 9 '" I "•> %  iii'n %  !• %  iI'.O to attend Un lspsu ing s. piember 4 '.i ill-lire ffit-tinn ui Ihe InnihU'i i .ineording lo a relennc from Waiuiigt ui DlplomslK aourt as i ltd 'hut Ui< Kraenlln Ii lure i" trj lo gplH liil Aslatli naUon i an % %  Pogce i'ii aad probablj afouid vines Borne Asl 'in that thi cs. !• Iryini lo In pose %  4 wbili paaoa Oflselahi me certain howevet hit IhO TlejOt) itseli would not %  ehanged much In Bpfte "( BevUri gl on pagr 1 I .il be dlsuiln thi next 28 II V iolent'Quake i'i. i in Itali Aug 11 ti %  %  %  %  Of di 1 %  ii :i. |. m %  %  ...,. en by the shock of the Q :-.n i :oi of the I'rnt.. s. i % %  .'..nnm-i in laid M if tl i qua) %  ires lie ver< I %  %  quakr" i %  brake iipparatus. %  • 11 UM q lafci gists in Tokyo I violent eaiilii|n Ju I %  Middle Bai %  i .. ,n Central Mete*.rf*:ogitaj obser %  I iT said s!i If AMKRICANS USE POISON GAS To Keep Them Our tommm charge Mock Prieei l-i .dtered "i%  in rf sad trio isufll,i in lo prevent all averages tinhlng IOWM Tin retn IHIII after .. firm opening -I'.l I lie \ I, lute *ithIt. .i rdaj •gwinit U N linei in .i dati rtfort lo lake dominating tun ILa>lii Iwa Had comnsNi hi* •wen thrf.wn >*eV totii isstMlaaiil i T .ert ihein io capture iherr obJertJi i vith ai Ull II i trifcas In r the Heda back Uli in Jouut al id ihe Bght .. v.r l\bl\ SIGNS NBH vi. HK Aug. M in, II. ,o United N-tt .in Detsgah In Benegal Rau. on igned a technical asilstanrc %  between hi %  eouniry nd ihe World OrganlssMoa. The greemenl provides foi live evpsrti in baohnlquea of %  natl^ttctd lallh control to g" to India %  • ti nnlng m luch wmk -cr TTte "ADVOCATE" pays for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night Pakistan Will Not Make Sacrifice KARACHI. AtlgUal 1 I Prime Uinistei Liaqual All Khan utUi ojn Tm thai altlioi'i/li Pakiataii 'ii* not want <* % %  with India fche noi sacrifice net bridependence (or the take >>i iwacc Llaouat ipoke al a meetnu; ol tew i Pi I i ii bra. tin the Fourth Ann I veil grj I I i i U'firc. "Ws do in.i .. anl -.ii H/ltta in %  Mlh an .tiiiti ^ bul 'HI it.' %  %  %  '.i malnafnlni peso %  ., .it thi .t %  . %  Pakistan %  %  r ins %  Ism hod l ,i bol of P ',.. Usqual used il Ii hi and plsatlc ambiaiii b< ... •r.e capital It . .i, Liaquat who mads n 1 pll ill talking of .1. ad Jt %  nd tn I I the and lub-CommltU oil !aZ< t*d *>>' Hi* (• %  on nicht I to M..r:h II longer period than Ii | years also urge t DAftMSTADl Oen nw Aus 14 Dwigh* %  %  %  orta taid •> i" % %  %  %  i gu,"' "id A.. '! — IT FACE SAVING VHXRCK U.NE.S.CO DELEGATE VISITS BRITAIN LONDON i %  l< legatiui I P > wool %  i l'iiguy. %  'i pa I ." %  %  I STEAMED LEAKING HAS HULL ON, August 11 t I %  %  from Kaeiong n here — V P %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  burgh leitival. He el""" to leave England on Augtut 2T. IIUKNfi Doi>aalUareaa iking huH %  iiying :,. h it left %  i caplain s, trj. and li men arc aboard. -r.r.



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PAGI rwo HARRAIHIS MVO( ATR "F DNEBDAV, Al CIST 15. 131 fiaAib (falling B %  %  %  %  : 1 .... %  %  %  Mj |o St i. Hubert Ranee %  Trinidad Architect M u BDWIN DA ,!io har" %  : night by l %  Hop* 1 %  •• i %  %  irdarWill Study Medicine. A ,. st vutetm %  I Mi J. J %  trobui, Ken Vlneei t %  i the new He will then %  ., D'Arc> A M After Srven Yearr M .;.. m %  ' i i .i arrived two month*' i U M> flrsl visit l run hU i %  la . %  i St. Vincent Holiday M s s EGI.MI PWMCOD, itr of Mr. am od UM week-end ba tb. Port AtaberM In d a abort £jB| Ml 1 W BH | LVfl ^H BBsmw/aBBsl v ^Lw 4 v -3P^H J ,^F^ea\' ^^asssssal 1 Jal "3 B.B.C. Radio I'rogrumme %  Mars' Ovol ... .1 Of Actoinl .. II 10 r '" !**• Analr W p i* Tr M*w*. < 10 tuOr 1> p n. %  *•! TtBn* SO P Edtw-i-* An"* a n Ol Tt.f * I IS t > 00 p III rhai.ii Kw *l V %  -, M...1IM. • A %  > Tl P wi fti IMP 1 T*> spun YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE WORLDS MIDDLE WEIGHT CHAMPIOXSHIP SUGAR RAY ROBINSON RANDOLPH TURPIN MIR8 YVONNE (lEOROC. during tha war. an i W A A r. hroadf-.ttinn over rorce Station I The nittir of the programme w*> "Horn* Mall". Arriving Tomorrow A RRIVING (rom Aim I %  ... % %  %  Kli/..l..ll. Arden's I having been head of Ike BBIOCM m l*"•.i.Liin. Olnpjpnre and AurtraUa In January thlg year she flew \ %  [a to I^ondon and "ii York to Itaj with Elizabeth rfrden Then the Hew on i U S and the Pacific : i AuttraUa. During the wai Mai b< d out ol ii' •..>riHHtu.*,i u(T Ainaterdam. Boa %  ,...! %  md joined WC HA.K. (W.A.AK. i becoming I populai %  Italy. Jt is understood thai she is coming to Barbados to %  > Sir Alex at 70 S IR ALEXANDER FLEMING, i.f penicillin, hi having fun with :i new cine camera. It hits just l-een Riven him u* a birthday present bv nil %  tafl ..t the Wright-Fleming Institute, at St. Mary's Hospital Sir dor Is 70. He u at his home at Mildrnhall in Suffolk Hut Sit Alexander is having no celebration. Bu Rtan* Rave him Mir ihr rumern at i part] i-fmr ihe IIIK day. He >.i skilled movie photographer Fleming has no it i giving up work. He does not believe in retiring at 70 rimiit Officer of the %  4 at Udlna. Italy. Antigua Friends M ISS GWENDOLYN PETERS -. h0 tcarhrs .1'. the Don,. % %  !, Science Centre at Given Bay'. Government School, Antigua anc her friend Miss Belle l.ongford are at present holidaying In Barbados. They expect to be here for one month. Miss Peteni is staying at the Savoy. Bay Street Miss Longford la staying w friend.. Don't know Where F ILM actress Joan Forgone to Paris for I bolide] ing ahe has been makin,. I Bun n i^nrion. She has u rial in Groavcnor Square and anolhct in the Rue Jacob, a little at rev' oti the Left Bonk, in Pert Miss Fontaine left London I I to enjoy c* entertainments: a boa: Drip U| the Seine, and an early morning vigil (" the flower markets In Paris." she says. I poend lOO much time buying clothes and going to parties." She did not expect to aee her friend Aly Khan in Paris. "I don't know where he is," reports Miss Fontaine Awarded B.C.D. M il JOHN C. SPRINGER of "The Cove". St. Luiv pea been awarded the I.-< Diploma for modern bui.ii methods and book-keeping Mils on the staff or Messrs R and G. Challenor Ltd.. Bpeil TIII: AIVI:.\ r i m* OF nri M ti > i i % % % %  hov %  larktr it in linnI nui-: torbiddlni i to SWII 11 rogllai i vveuted from ax the chilcirc will be bound lo aufl u "i den. The; %  will howl with leu %  %  %  %  i i v into % %  .. .1 i '• %  %  udtional post-: Thi Mi _. %  %  of < %  b. dilut uld then FLOWERED SATINS 33 SHANTUNG 36 BY THE WAY .... By Beachcomber CUnd by letting UM patients to accept a stirk „ ( %  : %  %  %  ;: % %  i %  ipacJaophinn^toaueni pi In ma rt in^ stolr* %  ST"1 „::', U^IH,^,.,^. .. v>. i rnst.mied to V*t** nu %  that women are to have ".. u niif Bui of co4rr I wnlch Led* Ooatva rtdei in a new and haughty gu*nre-look long ii.nn.-l dresslng'gown, on i. W ut, high necks, and sleeveboat legs are hidden In shaped like giraffes' legs. ,,„.„ a> %  at hoi-r li-ou-i i But it ihope thli IB true, as it will nw*l fallowed II ,,( '" lv /jtj nil In II climax maelnteah. to reveal umjW"Ui "TJEOl'Lf may laugh al throi. I ... i apmker, %  'but aconoHmv it ivnii.' out nun do reaUy explain TMU-, tae <>f the m.>* who told Latlon." in a bUnk apace B detective ut Boppingiev .;;. %  one u~ an taVteU* | .. %  till try showing no mon / chasiiv ( a )ied tlepcrt the failu ocateui to induo Rupert and the Sorcerer—4 r-r— irt< ihniR II iht >k> dor iio< Jppr'i JgJin and Hupfti iriliM: thai m hit xc> 111 oui ol his bink he ipti hi hi aray to whool. "Mi. kuprrt. ttf :htt fly !H( laiMS EORDERED SPUNS 36 Beautiful Designs and Colours PLAIN SPUNS 36' %  • %  • In Fink. Lemon. Peach. Green. Blue and White EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4604 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 I


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tSTAUUSHED WHO
WEDNESDAY.

;t is
I'BICF. : five o
< I AM-I llll
Comrruniat refute U.N.
iii ii and for peace
on.
Iran dissatisfied wHh lh.-
British n'.i proposal
U %H
Allies pall back on
the Eastern war front
Til EAT Y
Britain attacks Russia
on the Japanese Treaty
Jamaica
Accepts
REDS MUST GIVE IN OR FIGHT fXX
U.N. Soldiers Ready
For The Battle
SAYS VAN FLEET
TOKYO, Aug 14
pEKING RADIO reaffirmed flatly to-night that
Communist cease fire negotiators "will not be
forced into accepting the unjust and unreasonable"
demands of the United Nations for an armistice
line along the present battle front.
Two top United Nations Commanders said that
the Communists either can accept the cease fire line
based on the present front, or fight it out on the
battlefield General Matthew Ridgway, Supreme
U N Commander, said in Tokyo that the 38th par
allel cease fire line is indefensible, and his soldiers
had learned the fact in meeting two Red offensives
nmunisti insist upon UM
SS Uv cease Are Imp Lt
Ocneral .hi mo*. Van f:.
D Mill Army which
r ": Ui its full Jury
i brie) Interview, at thli
thai his men BnrTO
nd reedj fT i
!:, Ml
He
! hurt, and he needs

The armistice aafotlatloni at
Kncsong went through Um 14th
day of deadlock over the cease-
fire1 line. Communists spurned
I to And ..
.omprxml-e Negotiators will held
iheir 25th meeting at II a.m.
llll hop*
re v ill i>e .hi armistice
. tmirai Turffer ley soucjbl
hOOM to '

full value or Untied ttal
11 smacy in Korea.
...ii said mis was
. to a 73-minute oration
'I- which ISM Ketl spokesman.
Nnriii Koreari Lt, Gen. Nam ii
Tuosduy's truce talks a'
kiSMvin described Nam'*
in ttenipt to discredit
'. pendent enectivi oil
the sb 'Hill naval pow I i i
rould reUnqulsh
n.ialii'i'.**
oman, Hug. Gen.
William P. Nuokoli who sttended
said Nun's speerh
nfcled srtttl Mich words
n iponslble/1 belligerent,*'
";.iniivr" md "Intolerable."-CPi
US Reaeorcli Group
t nder i,\ i\ Control
i INGTOt?, Auiaifl 14.
The ex-Communiat spy. BUca-
llfled on Tuesday
in.it her Kus*ian espionage bo*i
hoi thai the Institute
of Pacific Relations was "as red
nd "under our control.*'
Utute, which i- ;i private
is under scrutin
i y the Senate Internal Secuiil
rhJch seeks t
determine whetbei
have inlluencrd United
.-'... Bastern policy.
.. itiry told the Commit -
l wd" Utbel v
on the Institute by Jacob Qeaoa
her former superior and lovi
ke With the Communl
Party in 1943 after Goto* died
She also said that si..
be head of the wartui
,inB in Washing-
DfcVti Jr, ;t State
nl official recently
p.trtment's
yinpathcti'
: UuH She once waj-
shown b raocsrl 03 Davits, which
i his *ym-
not elaborate. she
Ufted that the former
i of the Treasury. Henrj
Moigenthau, Jr. was "uned" by
niiliiinset , ! i Hed cau*e.
-UP.
UN Willing To
Give And Take
Says Ridfirway
TOKYO. Aug..
Ridgway told a Press Confei
had told Bartholomew
ihree days ago thai U.N. Com-
mand was -willing to gl%'e and
take In Dating the final truce
line SO long at it does not mean
the abandonment of -vital poln\.
of defence,"*
i "The line we propotc
U tne line now generally held
by our force* It Is a DaJUtan
line devoid of political InwUca-
tlons.
Hi Id the UN. negotiating
beam at Kaesong had been -p-tici,*
firm and reasonable.'' He said: "We
hall continue to be so, as long
as negotiations hold out any hope
of eventual Success." Itidgwuy
said the 38th parallel find Ma
prove :id,er.ible when North
Korean Reo* invaded South
Knnra and provoked lh*> present
war June 25, I DM.
The South Korean army wni
overwhelmed He said 'We
In pretty much the same spot our-
setveg I., i New Year's Day when
we wore overwhelmed "
He s-ild if the U.N. were to
accept the parallel as a I
line the battle line would bo ex-
tended about 70 miles to the wi
across two indefensible I'cninsul
Moreover he said the parallel
is only 29 miles north of Seoul
nerve centre of Korea .md this
"wholly insufficient In depth"
defend tbe ekcflpllal
IT.P,
Inler^ A merican
Talks Monday
WASHINGTON. August 14.
18 1-aUii American dlplo-
mats, appointed by their Gover
ments to Bttend ,m extraurdiiia
maotlnd of the inter-Ameriei
Economic and Social Council, wlM
fly to Panama this week-end tor
the opening session next Mondi
Most Embassies reported that
their delegates have reservation
Pal Una bound airliners Ofl
Saturday. Two Pan-American
Union officials, Luis D. Gardel,
Secretary Genera) of the meciine.
;md Edward P Davis, are already
In Panama. Other members ot th
la! staff are scheduled '
leave on Thursday.
t.P.
Russia HasNol
Honoured
Agreements
By EDHAR1> IIIHBV
WASHINGTON. Aug. 14
High United States Government
officials support with numerous
i i:arge. their contenttoo
mat the Soviet Russian Govern-
ment has failed to honour such
agreements or treaties as Yalta.
Potsdam and m> forth Among in-
stances thev cited are the follow-
ing: The Yalta Conference pro-
vided that frte and unfettered
houid l>c held in Poland
as soon as possible on a basis of
lUdversal idh w Bnd leerel bal-
lot
Tht Soviet fiiivernment refused
i. Bupposi the US. and Bril..m to
see this was carried out
The Potsdam declaration stipu-
lated that Japanese DMjltai
after Iwring rompletelv riliannad
should he pcrmitttd to return to
then in.me- rltb the opportunity
to lead peaceful productive lives
On April 22. 19S0. Soviet Russia
announced only 2.467 Japanese
prisoners of wai "fit Mill held
by them However, the Bafarenw
Commander Allied powers and
the Japanese Government ealcu-
lated Inal M9J83 Japanaee pris-
oners of war and civilians re-
mained Ul "iktrol
U.P.
British Plan
D isap/to in t&
TEHKRAN, Aui 14
Vice Premier Huaseui Paten
said that Iran was disappointed
rilh the new British proposals for
uMtimg the oil dispute between
the two countries The* plan was
disclosed ;tt the fifth foimai rsagjO*
tinting Beaston iasi night by Rlch-
rd Stokes chief <>f the British
ilsfsjallasi
The Iranian cabinet and Oov-
ernnMOt'l Mixl OH Commission
discussed the matter today, and
F;itemi said iftarward tn:it it era
too early to talk of a braiftkdowri
in the negotiatioiib. 'but my op-
timum has deeres
quested another meeting tonight
with the Iranian delegation toex-
Slain his ideas in greater detail
,i/en Hasscibi. a meml>er of the
Oil Nalionalisa'ion Board, des-
crihed the Stones proposals as
"Incompatible with 'he nationali-
rlndpit "t'.P.
Search Foi- Qrwh
\ iftims ISi-l|MHi.-fl
SBATTLI Washington. Aon 14
Th- malted remain* "i > it i"
bomber that crashed Into ;i frame
i in-ii- killing at leas'
u persona and Injuring: 12. hin-
dered firemen from searching for
additional victims.
Estimates of the numl i
dead still in the wnckage ranged
as high as "20 to 30"the numbe.
of tenants unaccountetl for
Um Ore luthorittei laid "W<
estimate there should not be more
than five to sfven bodies still ii.
tbari
The search however was post
poneil last night when heat of the
debris and metal in the charreo
rubble kept firemen from ap-
proaching close to (he white hot
core of the WMckagS They said
thev might be nbh* to n
-.. ". i
I I
RANDOLPH HEARST DIES
King of GmavTa
Take V hQuom%
COLOMBO Ceylon. Aug. 14.
bite "king"
. Islands arriving h* re
tib way to brli 11 overal
British briae to live ;. -
jii among 14,0(J
Bride-to-be is blonde 21-year-
old Daphne Parkinson of Burnley.
England who met 15-
hen they were at
Oxford tl
. Ian to marry in
ij
'leturn to Cocos to live in the 13
.v. itookmg
the Indiaji Ou
-U.P.
4 .iiatt inula rVMSUpCfl
Mllbf > City Aug. 14.
'
to attend
Japan next month. A
-


-If
:,LY HILLS. August 14. called to the home
William Randolph Hearst, aged lowing statement. "Mr Wilium,
8H. founder and chief of the vast Randolph Hearst. Snr enjoyed
publishing empire which bore his robust health until tmrcsMB ml)
name, died peacefully al his home four years ago. wnen he became
here, about 12.30 p.m. on Tuesday. subject t.....ImentB of advanced
Friends said that Hears! had been | age."
in "frail health" for some time He leaves hbj endow Milheent
and his death was not unexpected Wilson of New York and
However, associates said tb'it hp His business career was spread
had continued to direct Hearst (over more than GO yea:
papers to the end and they re- which he bought and founded
ported receiving instructions from newspapers magazine*. radio
"the chief even during the past stations, and news reel and motion
ii-u day. picture companies. At 'he time of
Hear-: died at his mansion after his death he was regarded as on<
recent brain haemor- ; of America's richest men His
hages. Dr. Myron Prinzmetal. the : wealth in 1935 was estimated at
publisher's physician, who was 1220,000.000.t'.P.
S.\.\. I.AVI Ml.lll
Britain Attacks
Russia On Jap
Troalr Talks
JAMAICA Aug. 14
ii.-i House
t ihe
. B
I
West Indu
..
uj radei
I that A
I
,
i
Wi >i i.....
lum .,
LONDON, Aug 14 "
IJR1TA1N took a swing at Russia for jumpmR into S^-^ ';;,. ,
the Japanese Treaty Conference at the eleventh """> p i
hour and indicated it felt the Soviet move spelled::,' T^ w^iSE
i rouble for a Far Eastern settlement
Japanese bonds tumbled on the London market .
as diplomats expressed iears that Russia would no! I 5u* .. n..
only delay the signing of the Treaty, but would do ..,
everything in her power to win the Asiatic nations political government, of the Brti-
1 nh Weal Indies calll
cine ..n federation witlu-
Motion for aceantance "f the
principle ot ledei
i > Ulnastfi of Sot I il Welfai
i B ngsier
i ||
lsh Oulaaa, he aatd, amra able on
their own to soove foi s
greater u*iiion m worW aifaM-
ui sin., ti , srarld Irentl is mm
Inggei unit i|

rc .rei self
detrrinm.il lo
t.o her views on the Treaty
a British pon poftcainaji gajid "W* lluP'
SoVHH HMffllB Will iiiakc .<'nslniiii\ r*ntiihuliiiii u
lo HaMevfi the Jipanexw ueaiy This u
coupled with an expreasitoti ol regrtl that hw ti>'
i i
The llnti^h Foreigr
TRINIDAD C.burst London by air for the Continent >'hct
on a trip laotlng mn montb> 8h) v
to Peruvian bom engineer Mike C rli
Karschi HlM BaptiMe sra* baa d I
dsavou-" isi night i:xriti:ss
li..|it. !,
ii to ltig 111 lam tiipitih
rrisd in P*u- Isst xuninwi
propo-.tl from
'Bui
l.-i'lci
IIC
Witt India Attend
Jap /V'vr Jutksy
\' V8HINOTDN, Aug H
... aoaesn
.. .......
mat tne I v
i. roeeivan no inrilcatii
i iii< i the null.oi Oewernrnara
i
.I.IIH,g oi the Jai anew I.....
i inctsco UcOermott -a
i .in re ii
Bted that India "ill um
Ided Inal
thlruj .ii-m' reports p>it>-
had n Tokyo lo the i fl

ild Mi..; noi
.!..
d then i'
i r
Sir Oswald
Quits Bench
Atlantic Pa^l System
Extended World-^Wide
(By koiii.im |
NASSAU. August 14.
Sir Oswald Bancroft ha
Justus of ihe llaham..
i the age or 3. Sir Oswald i<
Of Barnacle*. hut w0\
make hix home here. A. f
Addetiey hag been apiKm.ier
acting Chief JuStlOB ui.t
permanent appointment is made
t-v ih,. ColoeUai Oflee Addcrlej
i* thr first negTu lo ItOld tin
highesi judicial post in we Baha-
mas- Adderley's oul
'i the Bahamas b:ir
ararldwloe Ltei
in 1938 when he
defrnded Fonester Scot)
Philadelphia lawyer, a socialite
in the first kidnap case In li>e
Bahamas Scott snatched h.
ycung daughter from Moni,t.u
it..;., fi while sii,. was hare
-cod wife and tried t g< i Monda> | .
I private plane Add* ''
ley again attracted attentiui reality ,,, September N ungli
when he aaflsead Att-,inev r.. the W> \mii belong
ral HaOlnaB tor Ihe pstJaseutlno '' '" al i ,
Alfred Deinarlfn) |j tl led Btagaa will be endln
JUKSDM
I in i ,. LONDON, Aug. i4.
-\ ';'"; whofeai thai the oil rich MlSdle Emi
would all to the Runteiu In the evenl oi war, have .imderl
to extend the Atlantic Pjci Security tyitem
" :'' MMrn hon if tht AtJanth
.'" ol thi I nation pact ., moving down
';M ' twardinloth,
vn,n ... rn th .. future th.
A\u'i ' the keystone ol the defence
h< World
....
lentatl1,.
' :'',il ' 'oged dis-
hipping in :,
crrannin .),,. .
m of a Wtddl'

I'rufcri HWivc
An Arm
c iB scheduled :..
Oakea murder case.
to th,. African
Adderlev

M.A .

III: i .
An) nted CJM
rsi a \< si 'i".
U B Hrs| negro m th- (;
Executive Council, the highesi
political ppointrnenf in th"
Bahamas, a tnaaiteV of the Leg*
illative Council with hinctloti
imilar to Uioc of the Hous> ol
Lords and Justice <>' the Psac
Brd the Chair-
I the AJeports Boom
one <>f the many Important public
potg held during over
of public rial life
l*.(r. (sovt. To Raise
!2..~>0 LONDON, Aug. M
. i nmenl of Bi I
hottty
the ixmnv.n market
2.500000 In the form of three
and half per cent stock, it was
re ported from the city today
The puce fTigKi

l*rt.ce*Gs of the wan BWlU !'
used to finance
ment of the COBOny no |
'
U.K. Expects Hard Winter
n- th
By JOHN kf.rbv Oovemmeni I
ix>nuon. Aug u mlttai
The haraest sitd coldest wlntes Bfei Rob G i
Is e*ct. i the ImrttOf's Chal 'k poii-1'
s But a lot of It can be lion facing industry and ul! elec
avoided if onb thai barassi - l very nertous indeed
ration plagued. hard-WOrkjni Bui however unwelcome thi
member of the conrn '>ge for the w
British ho to lie faced."
finger to switch off that unnei I
:.ry light that electric Bn
vacuum cleaner not enough
Not thai the ' i rood.
Ofl the
asked to economize to Although coal at L
th extent of 20*--in the uw of puts are up. Inrrean
this winter Otherwise industry engaged r
be me" P*1" ho" whenever posslbie
cording to a report issued by the m some other part of ' i"

.i.
to th- defence of Israeli or Ihe
Philippines, hui ihe !.,,,
re aoiiii ahead >iggre*lri|| must be (ou
Aiier,. on the globe To.
- tnplicated. Even

V-'it" Pact ;i simple organi-
A'ith the
' '' gre
itteei'.
I'"' ah snd
Kremlin
Ml Is pro-
i goal Of
I
that (he Comi
l.l*.
\ Inhun Prince
To Visit Iran

rei
Gnu For Hire!
MACAO,
Kick thaw puller Tip Mel
.1 revolver lendlns
BOtVSM for rohher*. toil BrSS
jftrslrd m Ii. ii Tin pvlit e
fnunrt Hie sun hiddrn ui.l.i
Hie seal of bjg rirk.li.u
Thta ended hln ihu vejr> ul
revolver I...in sideline busi
ne*. V 11 ...i,i..,.,i ii,.ii i.,
inn.: liil the revolver into
Macao from China jihI kepi
ii'i ueapan under ihe seat,
laaatai ii iu rohfiBn foi
s?-..so (or earh ,nb I f
Offtei
hethei
Soviei
,i refused lo **
I td" th'
not s bul dlpli mauc Bourca
Bid UM Unti'ii Qovet nsflenl I
niivinced HliKMa intended I.
i1 roa .i inooke) *rerHdi w-
anUre l*oi natern
Thi i i -i" led Bus i gi s
r '.. 1,1.,. DTI Cril
i..- ireat) eoti > ,,i the United Btah
,-1,1
pi the United Btah V T isv t rwy
Russia la expected to call to. Bl I \ I Pf H ft I I v.
\ etllc.....nt incluo-i l-^eU T 1 I .*J|J??
Ing an end to the Km..... W'srandi __ M
rail Back
Red Chinees admueh

I ol to th'
Iicatv. BOtng Ol '
, ,,.1.1,,. ,1 partloni "t it
htrsell i
ni i
bout
1
A F-
I'.Ml.nr
Uoru
ell tn
BIOH IH U..MV HsVllS.
Auk I i
um dean > n mt m ip nw ., .,,,,. .,,.,,,.,. ;.., .
I K inong in an
,
il Com i ".ii lhat
pturod Importanl high ground
rigll Oil,. SSI
might well >v
Mill '.he IS.-
. .,i .'.. nti caused in Ru
ppOtl .'l S.,
rrirtiun in 1 , I
I'M aUthorltM 9...... '" I ">
iii'n !' i- i'.o to attend Un lspsu
ing s. piember 4
'.i ill-lire ffit-tinn ui Ihe InnihU'i
i .ineording lo a relennc
from Waiuiigt ui
DlplomslK aourt as i ltd 'hut Ui<
Kraenlln Ii lure i" trj lo gplH liil
Aslatli naUon i an "
Pogce i'ii aad probablj afouid
vines Borne Asl 'in that thi
cs. ! Iryini lo In pose . 4wbili
paaoa
Oflselahi me certain howevet
hit IhO TlejOt) itseli would not
* ehanged much In Bpfte "( BevUri
gl on pagr 1
I
.il be dls-
uiln
thi next 28
II
V iolent'Quake
i'i. i in Itali Aug 11
ti
Of di
1 ii :i. |. m
....,.
en by the shock of the Q
:-.n i :oi of the I'rnt.. s.
i ' .'..nnm-i in
laid Mif tl i qua) ires
! lie ver<
, I
quakr"
i - brake iipparatus.

11 um q lafci
. gists in Tokyo
I violent eaiilii|n Ju
I Middle Bai
i .. ,n
Central Mete*.rf*:ogitaj obser

I iT said s!i

If
AMKRICANS USE
POISON GAS
To Keep Them Our tommm charge
Mock Prieei l- NKW Y'HtK. Aug. 14.
st'Kk prices worked um
"i. iniietest acsKion lor
learly a month with a volume oi
inly 1.180.000 nhrren. The declln.
ol all Department*, and >i .dtered
"i-...... in rf sad trio.....isufll-
,i in lo prevent all averages tin-
hlng Iowm Tin retn
ihiii after .. firm opening -I'.l,

I lie \ I,
lute
*ith-
It. .i
rdaj
gwinit U N linei in .i dati
rtfort lo lake dominating tun
ILa>lii Iwa Had comnsNi hi*
wen thrf.wn >*eV totii isstMlaaiil
i T.ert ihein
io capture iherr obJertJi i
.
vith ai Ull ii i trifcas In
r the Heda back
Uli in Jouut al
id ihe Bght ..
v.r
l\bl\ SIGNS
NBH vi.hk Aug. M
in,ii.,o United N-tt .in Detsgah
In Benegal Rau. on
igned a technical asilstanrc
between hi eouniry
nd ihe World OrganlssMoa. The
greemenl provides foi live ev-
psrti in baohnlquea of natl^ttctd
lallh control to g" to India !
ti nnlng m luch wmk
-cr
TTte "ADVOCATE"
pays for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night
Pakistan Will Not
Make Sacrifice
KARACHI. AtlgUal 1 I
Prime Uinistei Liaqual All Khan utUi ojn Tm
thai altlioi'i/li Pakiataii 'ii* not want <* with India fche
noi sacrifice net bridependence (or the take >>i iwacc
Llaouat ipoke al a meetnu; ol tew i Pi
i i ii bra. tin the Fourth Ann I veil grj I I i i
U'firc.
"Ws do in.i .. anl -.ii H/ltta in
Mlh an
.tiiiti ^ bul 'hi it.' - '.i maln-
afnlni peso
.,
.it thi
.t . .
Pakistan
.
r ins
Ism hod l
,i bol of P
',.. Usqual used il Ii hi
and plsatlc ambiaiii b<
...
r.e capital It .
. .i,
Liaquat who mads
n
1 .
pll ill
talking of .1. ad
Jt .
nd tn
I I
the and lub-CommltU
oil !aZ< t*d *>>' Hi* (
on nicht
I to M..r:h II
longer period than Ii
|years
also urge t
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Pwifti. IMP1" T*> spun
YOUR LAST CHANCE
TO SEE
THE WORLDS MIDDLE WEIGHT CHAMPIOXSHIP
SUGAR RAY ROBINSON
RANDOLPH TURPIN
MIR8 YVONNE (lEOROC. during tha war. an i
W A A r. hroadf-.ttinn over rorce Station I
The nittir of the programme w*> "Horn* Mall".
Arriving Tomorrow
ARRIVING (rom Aim
I
...
Kli/..l..ll. Arden's
I having
been head of Ike bbIocm m l*"-
.i.Liin. Olnpjpnre and
AurtraUa
In January thlg year she flew
\ - [a to I^ondon and "ii
York to Itaj with Eliza-
beth rfrden Then the Hew on
i U S and the Pacific
: i AuttraUa.
During the wai Mai
b< d out ol ii'
..>riHHtu.*,i u(T Ainaterdam. Boa
,...! md joined
WC HA.K. (W.A.AK. i becoming
I populai .
Italy.
Jt is understood thai she is
coming to Barbados to >
Sir Alex at 70
SIR ALEXANDER FLEMING,
i.f penicillin, hi
having fun with :i new cine
camera. It hits just l-een Riven
him u* a birthday present bv nil
tafl ..t the Wright-Fleming Insti-
tute, at St. Mary's Hospital Sir
dor Is 70.
He u at his home at Mildrnhall
in Suffolk Hut Sit Alexander
is having no celebration. Bu
Rtan* Rave him Mir ihr rumern
at i part] i-fmr ihe Iiik day. He
>- .i skilled movie photographer
Fleming has no it i
giving up work. He does not
believe in retiring at 70
rimiit Officer of the
4 at Udlna. Italy.
Antigua Friends
MISS GWENDOLYN PETERS
-. h0 tcarhrs .1'. the Don,. !,
Science Centre at Given Bay'.
Government School, Antigua anc
her friend Miss Belle l.ongford are
at present holidaying In Barba-
dos. They expect to be here for
one month. Miss Peteni is stay-
ing at the Savoy. Bay Street
Miss Longford la staying w
friend..
Don't know Where
FILM actress Joan For-
gone to Paris for I bolide]
ing ahe has been makin,.
I Bun ,n i^nrion. She has u rial
in Groavcnor Square and anolhct
in the Rue Jacob, a little at rev'
oti the Left Bonk, in Pert
Miss Fontaine left London
I I to enjoy c*
entertainments: a boa: Drip U|
the Seine, and an early morning
vigil (" the flower markets
In Paris." she says. I
poend lOO much time buying
clothes and going to parties."
She did not expect to aee her
friend Aly Khan in Paris.
"I don't know where he is,"
reports Miss Fontaine
Awarded B.C.D.
Mil JOHN C. SPRINGER of
"The Cove". St. Luiv pea
been awarded the
I- .-< Diploma for modern bui.ii
methods and book-keeping Mi-
ls on the staff or Messrs R and
G. Challenor Ltd.. Bpeil
tiii: aivi:.\ri m* of nri
M
ti > i
i

hov
larktr it in linn-
Inui-:
torbiddlni
i to SWII
11 rogllai
i vveuted from ax
. the chilcirc
will be bound lo aufl '
! u "i den. The;

will howl with leu

i
i v into "
.. .1 i '

udtional post-:
Thi
Mi _. ' of <
-
-
b. dilut
uld then
FLOWERED SATINS 33
SHANTUNG 36
BY THE WAY .... By Beachcomber
CUnd by letting UM patients to accept a stirk Win tnr Channel. (See Uber- sui rendei Ing I i-upon to a plain-
amn Behav*ofiimis, and Toil- clothes man disguised as a sweet-
I> (: ;: i
ipacJaophinn^toaueni pi
In martin^
stolr*

. ST"1 ::', u^ih,^,.,^.......
.. v>. i rnst.mied to V*t**nu * that women are to have "..
u niif Bui of co4rr I wnlch Led* Ooatva rtdei in a new and haughty gu*nre-look
. long ii.nn.-l dresslng'gown, on i. Wut, high necks, and sleeve-
boat legs are hidden In shaped like giraffes' legs.
,,. ,a> at hoi-r li-ou-i i But it i- hope thli ib true, as it will nw*l
fallowed II ",,( '" lv" difl .....' "n century' grea tongUian the neck. The proprle-
. | ontrlbutlon to dratnatb art m mm ol beauty-shop u.i nv
called the Btrtpteate Queen .hat thai could be done bs n*aln-
be in? .iik women to nibble ihmgs tt
i i vourttc -null and elothea that ahe can hardl) wail abovt iieir heads, und just out
I ; toeHoei '
SSS T .k
biirnlitg oak-loga, ""' tnnUe apidau-.- of Uv
icuaeei norec, im- remove our
bi .me ihn a nretcoa) and
Rorg>/jtj nil In ii climax maelnteah. to reveal umjW"Ui
"TJEOl'Lf may laugh al throi.
I ... i apmker, 'but acono- Hmv it ivnii.' out
nun do reaUy explain tmu-, tae <>f the m.>* who told
Latlon." in a bUnk apace B detective ut Boppingiev
.;;. one u~ an taVteU* | .. till try *
showing no mon / chasiiv (a)ied t- lepcrt the failu
. ocateui to induo
Rupert and the Sorcerer4
r-r
irt< ihniR ii iht >k> dor
iio< Jppr'i JgJin and Hupfti iriliM:
thai m hit xc>
111 oui ol his
bink he ipti hi
hi aray to whool. "Mi. kuprrt.
. ttf :htt fly !H( laiMS
EORDERED SPUNS 36
Beautiful Designs and Colours
PLAIN SPUNS 36'___________......__________
In Fink. Lemon. Peach. Green. Blue and White
EVANS & WHITFIELDS
DIAL 4604 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220
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m DNESDAV, \1 (.{ sT 13, l5l
BARH mm is u.vot \M
i'\(.l TIIRKK
Fined t2 For
Careleu Driving
.. .
.i Athelston Shrphesui if
Blu-kmaiA Cart Road. St. Joseph.
''lay tinr-d 2 for driv-
ing without due care and altentiOii
by .Judges J. W. B. Chenery and
H. A. V.iughn of the
Appeal
In imposing the fine, the Judges
rundrmed the decision of Police
Magistrate Mr. J. R. id*
found Shepherd gutlt%
NUm ..ppeared for
Shepherd while Sgt. !
prosecuted the rate.
The night when the car went
over Mapp. Mapp was lying ~t
the aid* of the road drunk.
Witnesses told how they heard
the bump of the ci.r with Hit
body and how they called back
Shepherd and asked him to take
Mapp to the hnapital.
Shepherd said that >.
MaM distance from where Mapp
was alleged to hove been .'truck
because another car was blocking
tn* road. It was only .."
than MSB minutes that a woman
came and asked him to Uka Mapp
in the hospital ah he had been
struck by a car.
Prosecution witnesses said thai
the other ear abou: ..hk-h Ship-
herd spoke was on thr road a loog
efore Mapp was ttnirk,
Police Bund Od
Two Weeks Lome
The Barbados Police Hand U
now on two weeks' leave Mon-
da> the St Cecilia barracks
looked dMerbKl out live adgftt
will have in t.!ke their leave latei
..- Ihej have l-*-ii detailed lo stay
i.aK and -lean up the l>aiTcks
Apart from cleaning Mir bar-
l looking after the lawn
which will be n tennis pogxl
liter onthese cadets will be
detailed every day (o go to the
Central Police Stntinn t, plow
bugle calls.
They are under tlu> supervision
of Sal. Archer. The canteen at
the St. Cecilia barracks has not
yet be*fl opened but the men ;ire>
settling down In Iheir new quav-
er- which iv airy and qulel
Residents of Flood
Area* Restless
M| of Halls Road and
other flood .11-1- .111
no* thai the
reason Is approaching. Residents
did not mind remidnlh..
Ihey felt thai flood like the ISU'l
flood will scarcely ban
But sin.e the erection Jf u wall
cast of the Comberrnara grounds."
i "WO fOOl that anj are
paara likely to gi-t i fioudmg."
Thai, belief is lh:it UUl wall
would throw water, which foim-
eiiy would run over Cornbaftnora
pasture, back on to them
PEDESTRIAN INJURED
Gerald DcOCk .f St Stephens.
ii. .-. Ro< ., padaatrlan, was In-
lured In ai II i I leal al Black Rock
Monday morning. He Is detained
at the General Hospital.
Also involved in the accident
was motor cycle L141, the head-
lamp "f which was damaged.
Britain Alta<-k>
Kussin On Jap
Treat*
fr Page 1
manoeuvring. The Soviet fl*saga>-
tion will be headed by Deputy
Fon ign M,ulster Andre I
lipan sur-
rendered unconditionally to and
World War It. Japan sued for
peace aftci being blasted by wo
atomic bombsthe first such at-
tack in the htfton ol *
The find Atomic bomb UnckJ
on Hiroshima on August B. 194*>
killing TR.ooo persons.
The second bomb was dropped
on Nagaski Inn-
The United Sta'es and BrHak)
hove sponsored a 'Soft Treaty"
WlUsh uuuld allou her unlimited
1 t and economic devel-
opment. Japan would py no war
damages, but would lose tba
Ryuky Islands to the Undid
States and would allow the United
States defence forces to
Japan after the Treaty Is signed.
Proposals
The Russian delegation Is ex-
propose that;
I. Japin keep Ilonin and the
Ryuky islands ll
Okinawa. This wo
iipported hy Japan. India,
Indonesia, and mosl
n
white man's nernachments
la the Far East.
3 Jap.,n rep..
appeal
U) tile Philippines. Huim.i.
Indonesia, Prance, the Neth-
crlnnds and others
3 United States troops get out
laMD when It..
signed. India. Ip <
Egypt, and prubabt'
f ivour this irlen
4 Jap.,'
The Philippines and Indo-
nesia favour tiu-
! Communist China be nllow-
Ign llic 'le.itv. This is
supported by Indonesia.
Burma. India afuj Pakistan.
The Am <_! have
some controversial prof*
their own. India, for Biatance,
wants the treaty to giw
to (Vinmumst China, llassia Is
sure to encourage an) such move
that would drive .[ racial anadgjO
between a- i Orientals.
At least 13 nations h
Wuhlnglon that tnev will
attend. Fifty-two were invitr-l.
The list includes Czechoslovakia.
and Poland the only Sov
led Now Ihgt Russia has
......tod Ihey ate n*|>ected to fol-
low suit forming a turbulent Red
I'.P.
ATTENDED
l\>IIIOIM
\
Curacao (Ml
\\ orkera Strike
R tCOA, Aug 13.
About 3SQp employees of thu
' Companj
on the Dutch w
\
.. .
Netherlands News Agency report-
ed on Saturday
The company which operates
one of the largest oil reftnen*'
n the world is a subsidiary of tin
Standard I HI Coanpany, w 3
i > luracoa newspaper! said
'hat Dutch Marines on Anita
were confined to barracks and .ill
cafes closed.C.P.
Yov Vor
AUSTRALIAN and Hong Kong Scouts were among Boy Scout* fron all <
Vienna to take psrt In the Austrian World Scout Jamborer P.XPRF.SA
UM world who went to
Ttvo Injured
Helena Marshall of Licorish
Village and Lilian Barrow of
llaggatt Hall were both detained
at the Gei i I for frac-
tures of Lliei,- left kftj after the
ir M J848 owned H
Wilfred Browne of Mj
11:11 ii 'I driven ''>' jettn Sprmver
ii> .iddresa collided with
a tandplpe In m.-v
wheee the] king, about
5 00 p m on Monday.
The motor en
damaged.
$2.40 FINE. FOR
DISTURBANCE
Sea Esgs Cost $2,443
Mr O, B. Cininth Acting Polka
Magi. Monday lined Adron Dltthgm,
Milt' ii Durham. Henry Durham__
three northers and OUmofi
Hr.wne all f Carters, Christ
Church $2.40 each for bavins
sea eggs in their possession on
llurke's Beach. Christ Church
The "ironc,. wa, committed on
July 28. The One is to be paid
In 14 days or m default M days'
impraonraent.
September 1 Li the lawful date
when ih,> public is allowed t<>
. egge.
*i?&jF&K$1^?iT. LAST WEEK'S RAINFALL
hip
H. A. Talma to pay a One of
1140 in 14 days or in default 14
(M i iiprisonment with haid
labour for making a disturbance
[son Road on Auku-i 11 .
BAN RED PAPERS
TOKYO. Aug. 14.
runant banned the publi-
cation Of 20 Communist ntWI-
papers on Tuesday and police
seized bales of propaganda in
more than .10 raids throughout
i i -tine Cuiti-
inunist affllutted ptintinu plant*.
-IP.
There were only three days
as) hi last week that rain did not
fall about St. Michael. Since
May when Ihe small rainfall 01
1.22 inches fell, rain h
falling more regularly. Thlny-
tlv,. parta of rain in March \-a-
fh lowaat fall for uny month yet
this year.
i: hlflbest rainfall receded
at Central District was in FeoTu-
.iv whan 9.70 inches Tell. Other
figures are: January 224. April
4.B8 inches, June 0.46 inches and
July 4.02 inches.
HOUSE SPOTS
HARD TO GET
.miry Just
-Ji guiaq SJl |[in v.inquv *Aoqe
quested to give up their land and
remove tnesa and many othat
iiers who ore giver
notices to quit are finding difli-
culty In getting house spots to
"I win ted a house spot I rente i
*nneune latelv." a Iand
\,uiida>. and nflei months of
(rouble before I ot the spot, more
than a doien people came I. me
ne foUowinil day asking me to
lent thorn the land.'
Twenty-nine applicants f<
house spots at the ll.v Bstata wen
-.i-eiy allowed v|>ois I
were selected (mm mat
applied. _______________
Carpcnlrr Odd
On Dupe C^liurjrt*
Nltr VollK. Aug.

st.ile-. Prgnea acguaad of belong-
ing to a $l&.O00.UU0 a year
Darootla nugglmg ring was
arrested when his ship docked
here on Monda> and held in
$15,000 ball.
Vincent Bernardinl, 54. was
held on a chaise of msplrlna to
violate the Federal narcotic laws.
The United States Commissioner
l !!.,- September 0 *or
the hearing.
United States Attorney Louis
K : I (Jeniardini. be-
longed to the Orslm gang which
has smuggled $30,000,000 worth of
:| nd other drugs Into the
United States m the past two
years Leader nf the nun.
Joseph Orsini and 13 other mem-
I, Kaplan
P)MHD>.
MAIL NOTICE
fcBighurvI{a>^
Arrives Tocla\
II MS BUbury Bay will Vasll
Barbados today until Aueust IS.
Her complement >> all
and one huudre.l ami six
II M S Hi(hur> Ba>. .. Baj
Class FriRate <( 0.40O toiu wan
completedJfta in iii4." ari
the HnuvW Paelflc Fi. 11

in Pwbruary, 1947. she look 13
Kure. Japan, to Hong K
trial. These included vtee>
Admual Ossma Imamui.i and
Lieuienam Colonel Manjim Fuk-
Bjn to
In March. 1947. 11 MS Bisbun
Bay was transferred to the Medi-
teiiiinean FsMl and vi-ited mmt
of the llaaltarranaan countrlai
While at Istanbul. Turkey, in
July, IPtt, II.M S Blsbary Ra>
received Older I to join the Ameri-
can and v. i Btatton.
I>i.i 11. i:
Ulll si.di.m HMS BUbnr> B
coast of North. South and Central
most of the W< I Ii
Islands and bases in An*.
Hack Home
1950 H.MS. Bhtbun
Bay returned to Enguwd fbi W
llrst lime since she was built fm .,
foui month* refit in Poi
Dockyard She
with a new ship's company In
Auniist and sailed onca more for
the America and West Indies
Station In October, 1950.
liii present Commandlni
Offh I Iptain w W. ii Btsv
tmck. O BE R N.. Joined in
August, 1950.
Captain Bantln anten
N.iw through tha it n
Osborne In 1917 and Dm
sea in 1921. As a midshipman h
agrvao tei Iwo raan on ttv
the China Slaltuii and .- .. ni served in n ms Bar-
ham In the Mediterranean
He specialised in Myn
and served before thr
wai M..mil. .n Aircraft I
lii 1932 and 1933 he was Flax
Lieutenant lo the t'omaaander-in-
Chief, I 'ion.
During the war he was the
Commandei in charge of Oper-
ations in II M.S. Ark ReHI and
took pan Ul soon- ol Inc M Ita
Convey operatlont and
part in the sinking of the Bh-
marrk. tot lh* latter he wa
awarded the O.II.K
During 1944 he wai In m
rnaud 'f n ms Piawgr.
carrati working In lha
Wftt) ire Horn-'
the attacks on 0m iirpii'
North Riutala Convoy*.
Hi las! appotottnenl wai to (m
.1 Ml Planning Staff in U
bgs.
*'HmIim*\" Brings
Gi'n*Tul r.uriM*
The SS l.ad> Itmlnrs
from M<> (real yi i. rdaj mornJi

. luded lypowrltoi pto&
led I "k, 'IniKs. (ii'/en Bah, WO*-
wajhr and
i isassnaia t IkaMaaaaai ,
la*. Apart
i u
1 tptcted to bring
F|
which were transhipped from the
9 I .irinthinex .,; Tnnul.id
Mr William Patterson salu:
"It l vef> fortunate that tno
Csssllrnger was lo Trinidad >'
I tha i old ssoraap
i itfsarwlai
they would have ktn riUppad
i p Liverpool Cor shipment
I :
The CanadtaJi < reiser galled
fi | st Vincent after loading
here fdl

ul was kept bu*y
vendoi nurchanitii;
i aaillast. Uad <>rr

Phillip itavtdMHi. Ued oil i>v tha
iinloai mg a ilia! i woo I
ht from British OubUlg
Ins nioidh.
Going To Muni in
WASHINGTON,
Philippine Senator VtsssBWg
Madrigal I? scheduled lo defJMl W
Miindav mght by plane for atanila
with his d rughters Consuelo and
auatta Paran ThgQ i q
i ni. Manila on VMday. Itnttod
lYeas learned that ^he Senator
remain there, about n
nontti then return here. His
daufhtara have told ii lends the.,
may resume residence m Manila
-i r
tU*j
AtLtN HANSWSniTD. LONDON DA C T F S
I HARBOUR LOG
In Carlisle Bay
H-intoow M N.h
S'allac*, V.. hi lUiuiifw. s. n
' llrni. I) Wl|M-e
II i i
KMkM M V Anta,r.. Srti
I Uarj M lamv Sell l.ni-vU ||. acai
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K.I- WoncWll.il einwlli I
Henrietta.
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AfMU Mauri
li Co. LbJ,
m v V.I-' i -i .in .-. eaal nd
vsnaeuth, Asiti mii*
MSM '! a
nta Woiuia. ai I
I''11.....' '..... Bl VtseSWt, Aseni*
Daiiim A.xMMili.in
ss OeaniMttat, sss i.,.. r.i Vaa
l)*n Aback from Ainitriilai rUSHlU
I 1.1
rtrhowirr Oardmla W B inn*. WM-
' TrtnMlMt. Arnt.: Srhoonrr
in Tanhn Invaiiau I m I -i
aSW, Has*. Trinidad. Asrnl. Mr. .
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ss Lady RodM> UMlei i sri I i
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at

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i.i HarTlHl Whlliakar. Ml lui
l-|t.l.,(.-ll -,.
ANCHORING AT
ST. JOHNS
l Hiehiiry Ha> RMOt I
m st John's Hart m
tn ih.- Nolaoi i'
Yiilil In invesligide I*'- |Hts.lbli
iie 11 hips thai will bat Bawl h
l i ngstdi. m ihe harbotir
It is unlikely thai a ship with
h M the Bliben
Bay will l>e aide to enter
, .i i ., EUppl)
a ihe vismiie vuchU in
i crttiap pi
e important Hill will ie
I ways of ii
faaal' t avoid eonlamlnntion "I
i.. r .i number i !
iwr. To this end,
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rallll, 3 4*
I la. Aarii

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< mi O Han, IW
i i mi a tu
SH malr.man Mrs
DarnHiira
ii I a I i-i
\N imipii know il
onsuros a lovely skin
^
' pr a la nhi iK- iala>aMeasi
I sdean...gii liigilaileaa
1 rtMlfa ih- (km miBir.li.l-l>
il |ij.!inl ,. SS '' l"-I..NU
aaflrnt ami |" ilnm-i la*
kin. [r-vlili (hit lunv link
efeainara lfcon>uhli, |ntl. _
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l-**""'* II EiSSwZi^ZSZ......
na bbbsIi i Use '" Bawarvtai -
ilk. -kiii. inaims litil. btaataHMI
and assseaagthel l>n I I
hull..I daV. Al matit. !". u-..in..,
dtc ah.r. .,il. II-/-I.I,-' i.r.i,,
> Basawi bwCeawl
i.ii^r. J.MS |..IU j
Aseni.
i ,
v. Cast nirh-
HAZBLINE SNOW
a in ii not i.iis tH.niiMi: in. 1'itniw i
A> a-k.4>< i..
Coinlxrmerc v. Bigbury
Bay Tomorrow
THE lollowing rrirket Usgrn

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In Touch with Barbadoa
Coattul Station
1 .....swtaa aMta ihreual I
i Slallnn
hs aarah Oeaa ...n ss n..,Ii.i.
" s l-d. Kodn-. H H Slaleanwn
n QuiiniM. S s It**'
' h i aeti hi-" s s (Mien s
r.ban as Irian n./n in lAiadn
l-na. as UHdr Hasaaam
(hi.i.taint. ss iim.i.u ss oraa
Jratad. a g Vrandain. "1 1 Ji.aa e.lvn
Rolala. S a Afghan Ulan. 8 S nH
Haaroam*.
a s n.-iit.i n n aasiiiaeiiien. a a
to* a a i'id a.a Hena Na*a
- s itiirfHi. 1 a Jaima 8 Hnataa, (I
S -, 1'rre.li.ft.... Court,
W ! Aarua eiippei s H Al<*a Plantri.
I S H-h-.i. n % V..mhlll, K S IK-ran
CARGO
RATES OF EXCHANGE
"*......
BaMUWI (] t 10 |.i
I lr.ua. h1
1'iill '1 M Bl
sishi Dram i.i 7 in in
CefieiM-v ' I,,
It'1* to Piis\ tn ship almost am thing liy air. ^nd
Ivrxpeiiilvr too, For udvicr on your 11 -i-lii pfotv
IrniH rail
BRA
NOT JUST
BAD LUCK!
Troubles can be foreseen and
prevented when one is forearmed
with knowledge. We know lhal gracing
calllc will pick up intestinal worms,
which cause anaemia, loss of condition,
and scouring. These parasites
can he controlled by routine dosing
with 'Phenovis' brand PhcnothiaTine.
PHENOVIS^ e ~, y- ^
rSAOt MASK >^* '"" fV xj
ND PHENOTHIAZINE '^^r~ ^^ r^~
AJM M.C.M. PRODI T
"PHENOVIS"
BRAND PHENOTHIAZONE:
// most tfiitiin Worm aVssVswi
Yet Disrorfrvd.
SOLE IMPORTERS and DISTRIBUTORS' |N BARBADOS
Messrs A.S. BRYDEN k SONS (Barbados) LTD.
THE WORLD'S
FIRST CHOICE IN
TYRES
GOODYEAR
THE LONG LIFE HARDEST-WEARING TYRE
WTISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
B.UM.V. 111(11".I {TOWN
'
KIDNEY TROUBLE
', Here's a medicine
s>s. specially made for it f
/ 11 yomu\p'rt thatthrrr'i "inmtthing
/ wifHig wilh yum k-.i!ii-y It fl
[ that iln'7 r"d a correidvc medicine.
Negk(i" i tf pto ea ;i badaache,
tit pains, lumbago, iculita. bladder
d wtidin with s.aiding and buinirg.
Thr triublk. starts when th( itnii rjsgrow
n j- l.oii of Olleniig awav inipiililics from
inf ^ystcin Vmi ran rratoir UM
rn-Kans to nwinal acLvit* a* mtnt others
have done by taking lit Witl I Pslg
Thej have a deeJ*janjL *<" Uan *>**
:i 'hrkdri'>ya'idyri'j*rill
tety fjiiK kly (~l ih" ftood ihry aii dome
Thu tiicJund tin tied iTicdi(uirhaabroiicEt
redel te many pr-i.ptr likr yon m a!! parts
ol Ibr wrwl.l. Wl.y r,oT try De Wilt a Pilla
for your lr*xib;-f' Thee may b-~ nist what
you need. Cei a auuply from your CBeaBBtt
De Witt's Pills
' ip*til'r m*d. 'or
BACKACHE
JOINT PAINS
RHEUMATIC PAINS
LUMBAGO
SCIATICA
aajnaaa*BSa>sanseaaaaSBaaaBBS
THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO.. LTD.
VICTORIA STREET
V
OUR GUARANm
De Win*
prepared .
h y Kin in i !
utttrrdi'-rits confi
rigid standards of ruin!
DE WITTS PILLS


run i'oir
i:\i:i:\ihis \hwk\ii.
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BAHR^SAmfOGffE
laUd bt ik< Ad*
I.U. nt->4 m BrMatUaa
Wednesday AaffVtf IV 1951
Centre Of Festival 1 ear
POPULATION
THE population problem has always
bMB acute in lh>- British ttVst Indies and
social reformers and investigating bodies
have been loud and constant in their Mlf*
gestions for remedial measures to be
adopted in order to And a solution. Small
and tompowy emigration schemes
have failed to bring anything but tempor-
lief-
It If a fundamental problem which can
only be properly handled by machinery
operated at a national level if it is to be
solved; and that is why the attitude of the
Trinidad Government is bound to cause
some consternation in the other colonies.
It has been decided that immigrants from
other colonies who are regarded as having
entered illegally must be returned to their
homes. A recent publication of the figures
shows that there are as many as 14.000 im-
migrants of which no fewer than 6,000 are
to be called upon to leave Trinidad.
It is possible that many of these are
Barbadians and it is this point which will
home to the Barbados Government
the necessity for an early and earnest
approach to the Colonial Office, if there is
to l>c any satisfactory settlement.
The British West Indies comprises 9 col-
onies, accepting the Windward and Lee-
ward Islands as single units. They cover
I0M63 square miles of territory with a
total population of 3.152,380 people. When
it is considered that the Windward group
has 820 square miles with 266.313 and the
Leeward 422 square miles with 110.324 it
is clear that some of the territories might
be under populated. But the figures of the
cultivatable areas have not come to hand.
Tin- under population is emphasised when
the injures for British Guiana show that
that polony has 83,000 square miles with
only 402.615 people as against Trinidad
with 1,980 square miles and a population
of 618,603, and Barbados with 166 square
miles and 202.660 people.
Trinidad now prides itself in being the
capital designate of a federated West In-
dies and instead of attempting to give a
lead in what is after all a fundamental
problem, that Government has decided to
settle the matter by unilateral considera-
tion. There is little which is more likely
to strike at the merit of federation or
postpone Its fruition, than the belief thai
any one colony is attempting to handle
problems without consideration of the
other issues involved or with an idea of
advantage for itself.
It is true that Trinidad is the most in-
dustrialised of the colonies, but it would
be dangerous to attempt to concentrate all
the unemployed from other colonies in
that island. This would defeat the very
object at which industrialisation aimed
and would reduce the state of the island to
one of 'standard" West Indian poverty.
It is equally dangerous, however, for one
colony to perpetuate insularity at a time
when West Indian peoples are looking for-
ward to federation.
If the potential of all the colonies were
the same it would be easy to solve the
problem by means of population distribu-
tion; but although that is not now the end
of the road it must go a long way towards
relieving the pressure now experienced in
other islands.
None of the colonies can pretend to be
able to settle the matter by its own efforts;
and the danger in any such attempt is
obvious to anyone who examines the prob-
lem. The return of thousands of West
Indians who had previously emigrated
will now become an important aggrava-
ting factor in the colonies outside Trini-
dad. It will be particularly so in Barba-
dos where during the last twenty years
the return of emigrants from other places
like Panama. Cuba and Bermuda has con-
tributed even more to the growth of popu-
lation than the excess of births over
deaths.
The possibility of this return of emi-
grants did not escape the Royal Commis-
sion of 1939 as is shown in the report of
that body; but West Indian Governments
have done nothing about it and now the
point is reached where aach must struggle
Intl the other for survival. In one para
graph the Commission, discussing this
population problem, wrote: "If the pres-
ent rate of improvement is maintained in
the reduction of mortality rates as there
is good reason to expect, while the birth
rates remain unaltered, the rale of in-
crease will be fully 2 per cent, within a
very few years. It may be observed that
a population increasing at the rate of 2'.
per annum doubles itself in 35 years."
This problem is one for whose solution
Uhl Waal Indian Governments should not
allow the British Government to escape
responsibility by failing to approach the
Colonial Office immediately. The West
Indies are powerless in this matter.
n i if,NRN fY DAVID TEMPLE ROBERTS
la s Festival 1 a ,
.
mcnl has finished talking m p> ..,: first
irn to that subject! and lwv After ,. ten attuag an*
Bert and hi* wife, the cockney*, gained Um ear* st
are off to the eaatlde, Whilr oUfeti inissions have been ui>,> > party mi tage is to let the
BerU and their wives from the regulate them. Spt Itvot govern Um
North are all in Ijondon. up U,. Df.en formed to protect 1 I
ithe Festival. This f no time tor aatkrjr, ami their daught- I-abour
serious thoughts. The children ar.- shocking sights. (You "uId pull
,oul of school and the pofWlaUori ihat wa* in the old In Uie party
of these islands is on ' '. grd that Clement
backward! and forwards, u) reaped don AiUm and rmm "
i down the mountains, along JhC ildir be -M ""' been m ">
seems thai Cabinet Jot eleven yen
* too mi Ilk* B r*t.
ud
i < gardi
Mfcaj out "f *
miny L<"i toDM N ward rHU
1 rumen ri Balteraea"
M.P.v Holiday
On rhui siro
an,
'Equal I'..1'
short-
Bul' the ram* arguments can
vc to Mr

*l :.t nil coal*. I
ituif. the Conservatives
. tl ould dis-
mantle social tei
built up. Secont
i Be
leader and Mr. All"
man. Third, tired men Biwsyj
|
.
Wit.
v nSadei . |
p iilucal foreeai
a ill t>e quite .i valuabl
Of the political
own view, which 1 rtd
[WO waekJ nfiu; therr- will I"1 r
' I '
And 1 will add that. Mr. Altln
will not bold an Isctlon unttl h-
KM of Coir.
This could huppen ne>
ymt At Kih by-eli-etion hi-
I peril <
losing one fifth <>f it
erval
0 trege tbg)
are n doasn I -'!' '"-'
v..i\ Two IK til I U
..,.. |
l
lane* and acron the beachea. *h<
I newspapers can hardly be Uoih
I'U'i ith the I^.rd Pilvj Beel
hasWill he go Ifl
Thr older
xeneralion eight for the days whey
io net |0
Persia and no C Ural
would dream of doing l
in iikintied as actual!) going
'ihrre. So, tn.. week, - must '" '
Marl i- talksui ol Um Featrral of wn'ch has
I Britain. One hard fa.' '"' would poitpone spUt afttl
Which lAdkatgg son, |......: ...ual work by vv;u A ,..,!.. ^ gEET
Irallurc. And on. a mm dry. pupil Of Sir SlafTvni
won. The fait is thai the tin| tune t--ri|.|. called Dot.....i. wH
Ithe South ank Cxlubllion o! the sumn.ing up lor lha < :
Festival had more lhi.n lOO.HOO ukuiiv'. uerwt-iii
Vkstton Ml last weekend. And it numbsi of woo* U I
.will have as many, again, this are only : PJ In the
weekend. But It was de-iigne,l tor HOUSS or CommoCM, and on this
ilW.000 regularly and it ha not occasion the women acto
Icome m- to n "'" ""'
ouri. TIM UMbom <;overnmeni
Serious favour equal rats* of pa)
women, but n is i>erfeellv Arm
.] i i'. ihat It cannot put Um
ihat lbs BntiKh publk roallj Into pnettcs -bocauac of the cost
.ts Festival 10 be much the argument, as you might fx-
more serious. TtM boovUy ovor- poet, is i
bOOfCOd eni(a,:ifi.' DtS
certs at the Festival Hall. vernment stands "in th-
t heat res in London putting on always BRBWOT thli bj
special festival showings of "what about ba
Shakespeare. the Shakespeare Irene Ward. TOfjl Ml'
sea-on at Htratford-on-Avon. the terruptlng. "I am waitnm f'r
Edinburgh Festival of Drama and reply about baclu I'.rs'* Mr Jb)
Musicand other, ever more ele- v.tnt strslani on, "I know tin'
vated. small efforts in different Honourable Lady ht-s sla
part-s of the country. The shows taken n tireal mterr-t in harh. l.-v
that have been a disappointment but the. Churchill-. Volume IV
are. first: the South Hank. And this argument." Wi'h that, on I Thousands of easjOf rtOdOl -
socond the Battersea PloKSUlO preat gust of lnughter. Parlia- take a heavy volums WiUl IbOm
Gardens. But at Battersea they ment clOBed down (Of Ulll plgfllon thOll canvOI chairs in tfM sun t
have now decided il is worth And the serious question is wcek-eml. It will lie Volume I
while keeping the (Jarden* open whether it will ever rueel BgObl ..( WllUtOn ChunhiU's history i
I for another year, and perhaps for anything but to bo dlsntlsood, the war. It tells ot :i
another year after thatto earn (prorojtued is the /ord in In histc.-ywhen Stalin an
enough to pay for the -how. It Is King. That would mean a Qtn- (iMirchlll were bound by RtUtU*'
ilr.-.. T ami pat. r" I'-.t
ment what will happen, in the Government in NoVOnhor And rOTOSOO the next move <>l v
end. to these Hardens. Through probably Winston Chuuliill bock oUwr! Its fnults ton many wOl
ithree and a half eonfurlOS stflOB in OfBci ri t.-> fe.,
icare's day there 1 ..v.- rh..... ft . DOf bttB WOrd Of Ms virtues- crnmi lansfu
bOOn rieasuie Garden- across the indication from the l^ilxiur tjdorloUS do]
river from 1-ondon's business een- bonchoa whether the Prime tin- aflairs of all continent
IrOB. Ami each one, Vnuxhaul anil Minister will dOOldO 00 Sn tsOCtlOO on,., and some frank sdn I
in 17th Century speculation on the this Autumtl Bui II >" rOthOf SK of p liticlan.
Vitrtorian Sentinienl
No age in history was more
eriluiieiital than the Vlcton.ni
tge. This sentimentality was
pandered to by m mufacturer.'
and ShOpkOQPOn alike. 1-adies of
leisure were able to indulge in
entile OoUOl UOOS of senlimefiliil
objects: souvenirs from holidays.
: lulled pets, mementos and keep*
asjtoi M lovers, friends nnd mem-
bers of the family, knick-knacks
of every sort. These oto)eeta soon
pvorAowdB Irom UM silting room
into bedrooms, nnd they were ie-
tpomible for the birth of a new
Dkieo "i* I'urniture the Whatnot.
which could support an innumer-
able number When l*th the
mantel piece and the whatnot
tytrorflowod, hanging brackets m-
cieased in pupul.nit>
The diniliK room escaped kiuik-
knacks This was partly I i
the Victorians treated eating as a
r.itici and distractions
were discouraged, and. partly be-
cause the dining-room became :i
pseudo-chapel where family
in vei .-.I. ud And. if the
massive still hie plcturoi of dead
birds, animals and fruit did not
imiceal most of the wall space,
then the rOjIflOUg steel-engrav-
ings of Monsieur lWc were fre-
quently in be found.
At the Museum the Victorians'
l.ve of keepsakes it well ilhistrit-
ed. Hair jewellery of human hsi-
Ifl the form of hnfBs, bfcolota,
necklaces, earrings, pendants and
won all rnaao of taa
hair of a loved one alive or dead.
Hair was constructed Into el iboi-
rte pendants depicting parents
weeping beside the tomb of a child
on which the words appear 'Tend-
er Parents Weep No More, Thy
Happy Daughter's gone Before",
or, in the case of a sweetheart, a
pair of lovers with the words
Whose Hair I wear 1 '.
dear". Locks of hair tn many
convolutions are SBcloBOd m lock-
ets and bracelet*. One trembles
Irn the eyesinht of the makers of
this form Of jewcllen
Valentines of iiitrn.,1.
constructed of cut paper and arti-
ficial (lowers bear words of gush-
ing sentiment. Toll WOO raiTfod
beyond death in the heavily block
mbroidereil funeral and in mem-
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The man ortkf shower-* his hind with
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By JON KIMtlll
FOIt : time in their three years
4 \i.nmi\ the people of Israel have
returned David Ben Gurion to Parliament
as head of their largest party. That is what
Israel's second General Election was about.
All other issues promoted by the 17 parties
were really irrelevant.
What mattered was what the voters, and
particularly the quarter of a million new
mmiKrants. thought of the 65-year-old
! Israel's Labour PattJ
He hi not aaag to undaratanfL Bon Gurion
aged to run his trade union niacMnary ai
ruthii--];, U KineM Bevin in his heyday
Vw In- runa ins party with the same lirm-
leas. At the same time he is an unashamed:
ntellectual speaking seven or eight lan-
who taught himself classical Greek
A'hon he was in his middle Bfttea.
BOOKS FIRST
: Quiioa offended soma Bngllafa Jews by j
g of orthodoxy when he came to Eng-
and last winter He hy-p^saed London and <
the diplomatic protocol; he gave no recep-)
.ind made no Zionist speeches He
-vent straight to the Mitre in Oxford and
'rom there to Blackwells Bookshop.
There he browsed and bought some 11400 ^
worth of books -- Greek philosophy prim- N
[arily.. The few friends whom he received Sa+OOonccc ao w^w^wv/.v,v,v,v.v,-,v-v c |Mgc
fiund him in a room sitting amid stacks of ^^^>^*V^*vi^^^^^
b.oks. His oonvaraatlon was full of his duv n
i veriaa of rare volumes and about new I
! ideas on philosophy. Politics were neither \
:onsidered nor mentioned. He said after-, \
wards that it had been a perfect holiday. |
; England and the English have always ex ;J QNE OF THE GREATEST NAMES
' "rcised an extraordinary attraction on thialX
Jnr, who was_____ _______________ IN THE PAINT INDUSTRY.
I born in Po-
! land under
the Tsar, edu-
cated in Pales-
tine and Con-
s t a n t i n-
ople under the
Ottoman Sul-
tan and fought
as one of
Allenby's sold-
iers for the
liberation of
the land of
which he was
to become
Prime Minis-/
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nrst. Evrn jowi'llery mU
ii dlMlljil mitf n:i thrs. i
i i nanwata i>f jet and tnyx were in
ii fluent dem ind Rlouratni
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Lit rounded
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quotations copied by hand Auto-
graph .md tirthday books v.i.
Vtrj popular, Anniversaries o'
remembered ant
pHata letter or cord dic-
. Ibtra war* an-
(.i mourning whti
Tennyson's "In Mcmuriain" wa<
favoured. Memorial monument:
dripped wit;. MnUnMOt which d:<
not conceal their cost Queii Vu -
lOria spent 200,000 on "a vast
tnd il.ii. .i , innusoleum (>i
ind". Thfa
irabla sum even \%
Victorian day, when tl.. pouni
hod .a least tfrroc tiinca the pur-
rh.isuig v.iino it has hKlay
:C
IWM "*'" ' *"* "** I*.* .....i num.in* :, t .,[ |*as| rfllOl' IllilfS ihr pill-
.ril.i. "U-red funernl ;md in mem- by Mrapt, pttJWed floWOn or h. ,r k v.il. ...
Russia puts Shakespeare to work ...
... AS A MAN N I'EAtt
n VINIKNT EVANS
THI Ruanani have found a job
! for Snkesp4Mre. They have put
I him to work as a propnei of
'peace.
If you knmv Shakespeare best
: as the reporter (.f great nvaln
CbaraeS, the chronicler ot dUVUI
od mvoid splttinaread on.
Copy Ifo 3 of UM i i
language Husuin pnxlueed maa-
UUM News" hai alTtVed Ul
Britain. On page II, Shakesp.-aic
,k contender (01 the
Stalin peace prize.
! Writes M. Moro7o\-. dltor-ln-
chlef of the magazine:
[trace a profound and gratifvin.;
I Import in the reinvigo-ruled love
for Bhakchpeare of late to be
observed In Britain. Were 1 ask-
ed whether the British poopta
1 engaged today in suprrarmament
jreally deslrr settlement. ,by
i force of (ichat ^hakespeari'
called) strong arm end iwofda.
I would reolv No.
"What we kee here is. unqucs-
llonnbly, the action ..f some ex-
iTSsntOUl force. s<-'kuit: I
of the British ptoplc to advance
ends of Its own.
British people I
been greatly enthusiastic over
i .of war.' have oevei
gloried in the sight ot \;m <
men. groaning for bUriai.'
"ttential force* have been
unleashed In th.> world today.
- reen >t pie
UoT) phantoins arias m the dl*-
1 rdered brausi of the tovers >;
bloodshed, makin; then nt thai
war must come.
"Tnii' friends ot si
raimot but bale the
destruction, for all Bhak<
works are Imbu-d with the spirit
of creation."
M Mororov quotes Shake-
speare again 111 his Una]
against some unnam* I
"The English, muit ndl lose
their way u the thick fog of
slander; in the words of M
ll faUehopd
and hung truth to light.' "
The magazine claim* that .*'t
least 100,000 Russians have read
recent p 1
and "Kiiik !'.11'*-hi I-
The haih-riiii
on Bra. 11

Galina u
La Scala at Mi'jii.
Ineklei I) the rot* of CM Hk
was iH'rf. rmed this ran bj Du
Knglish b..u..una Margot Ftmt.vi..
ronteyn is .. pupil of Vninovu.
who nt one , p was a pupil 01
my mothei ballerina R
and pet hap, ti,ai i. why pitipl
totd mi* that -he and It.
thuuj in coounOB
The professor
IN the midst of SO anil
account of Jiis visit to ti
annlverslb Of Glasgow Unlveisit^
. 1 Ihai It, ..I
I Academy of Sci<
has this criticism to
British officialdom at Nurtholt
Airport.
OUrinjJ rny
doeuinense< .ask(-u me how limn
I uitended to stay In Kngland ani-
Scotland. 1 replied that I han
onme nt the invitation f Glasgow
University ud
should be the
'-ion

* k win \-
I

-L.E S.
hi.ns ami -intttUcluai.'
tar precisely 30 years later.
Before the withdrawal uf the British he
Aould speak with clenched teeth about 1
(levin and British policy in Palestine. Then
ie w'"ld suddenly switch to the days when
U a young soldier he came on leave to Lon-
JDn dunn the 1914-18 war and affirm how
[Mai an impression London with its quiet
Order had made on him.
He came into a violent conflict with Ernest
Bavin. Their last talk ended with Ben Guri-
>n energetically thumping Mr. Bevin's mas-|
live Foreign Office desk and in forthright K
undiplomatic language adding words to >'*!
;he action. **
ARMY OV 5.IHM1
Bavin, probably more than any other man.lS
impelled Ben Gurion along the course of un-j\
bending opposition to the British until tht V
State of Israel had been formed. This called
"or strong will, for Ben Gurion knew howl\
weak he was at the critical moment of the IX
A-ar with the Arabs. At that time he had<
barely 5.000 armed and trained soldiers at his y
disposal. X
This is the man whom Israel has again J*
,'lected. For it is his war record that won hin ,**
(his election and the belief that he will yet.Jj
vindicate his domestic policy as he did hi>
claim for a Jewish State. He has not yet
done so.
To many Israelis, particularly the mer-
chants and the well-to-do, it will seem as if
they have elected Pharaoh to rule over them
For Ben Gurion has transformed the golden
economic days ol the Mandate. Income Tax
Purchase Tax. Excise duties on cigarette;.:.
ind alcohol have reached British proportions >
Had U1 tome places even exceeded them, t*-|>
ouy the cost of the "ingathering uf Ihsije
Exiles." Ben Gurion's most effective Slogan ^
MELLOWED
But on the wider scene his return to power ^j
will help those who seek some order in thr 15
Middle East. Ben Gurion has mellowed j^
with power. His old resentment against the 0 t*0/*I/\4> l-
British is modified. It is said that Genera. ^ "Zm+mmiwrni
Sir Brian Robertson, after his recent tour of ^ ly ~
the Middle East, thought that Ben Gurior. ^ *t'$sij?o'''z&'6~'Q ~
was one of the lew men in power in the
Middle East on whose word Britain could N
dapend 6
Meanwhile, the litlle man with silver*, ,
hair returns to the small two-storeyer. o crab
bungalow In the heart of Tel-Aviv with hi-- J PRrNF.s
wife, whom he met when she nursed hirr, <* jack'SrawS
during the 1914-16 war. His son. once i 'S pati l>t: fois grab
Msjot In the British Army, is now one ot 3 CAM*** "",""','T..
'srael s U-ading police nftlcials and marneil * ALES
to an K igtlah girl 8 gold braid ri'm
THE OLD MAN' .;
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i HMMiiv VI GUSH i, IM1
Labour Defeated
On Sea well Plan
AFTER u discussion lasiiny 'or two days in the House of
Assembly. (ir.vernmont suneivd a defeat last niht by a
9 to 6 division on a Resolution for SI.000 This was to meet
ru roads or tracks and preparing hoUM
n in .i to be leased at Svawell Plantation
Government planned renting out 29 acres of arable land
at Seawell to small holders in four-acre units.
Thr view of the Opposition mUoo u* bring about a
thai more people should be given pollCv l"i the distribution ol land
... one suit- and he had been hoping to ee 11
btinf thai 29 persons itnol.Miivnted. But they -!. then
houM be given on* aen i h to take a eKanea when
stead r.f MTM person* RMM ..! it.
i || m i.hriy x,x. am wen >
Voting f..i \b.- RcaoUiUoB ... propoooj would no.
Mr Mapi.. Mi ( . Mi I- 1. ,.,],, th,. ,unm.l agricultural I..-
Wakott, Mr AdaflM, Dr Cumnum ^1, a* he would not be able to
' *mflw Mr Until** Mr ,"lM,y ,h*' "*** "' '
BARBADOS \h\*H" \II
1'\..l l IV!
i\.i\i roil iwrmii:
I out the working of din
acres of land It would be a manni
assisting, rather, men erhl
uld afford to support their fanv
The queillon arises w he the
tog. Mi llnyncs. Mr E K W..1-
cott Mr Recce. Mr Ward and
Mi (i.-ddard. (8).
A motion by Mr. E. K Walcott
lhat the Resolution be removed
from the Order Paper received
opposition from th( Government the status of the members nf the
bonchoi woo pointed out that it House." hp jid. "i*. so reduced
was an attempt not to permit a Ir,at the status of the Head of a
m boms to come Into being so that Department predominates".
a land settlement could be iniU- Recommendations, no matter
They were quite willing to sup- g -majority of the members of
port a scheme lhat would be of the House
benefit to a larger number of Mr F. Goddard said that it was
pooptl BBd would do so if Gov- * opportunity Government should
trnmonl brought down a measure lake lo help the land hungry peo-
MX O. DOWDINO. (left) who ysatsrday presented a *frtio*rl>.sd A." 40
UtuU, look* on. while Dr Brute Hamlllon (right) Principal of thr In
pla
I
f Christ Church.
Iloutlng Scheme
On many occasion*.' he said.
hctru'i Qorera
to that .Hi. i
The motion was decided In the
affirmative by a 10 to 9 division
The Resolution had been post-
brought down a sencint- for the
utilisation of the 2V acres of land
,tt Seawell.
The conditions are:
I.
.ort oi Housing Scheme for the
Outlying districts. Are Ihey only
iiuing lo attend to sMdgnOwnl
it is about time that a Housing
The land is to be Irased for Scheme of a broader scale be car-
agrirullural production ried out in the rural parishes."
2 The area is to be divided by st. John, Christ Church and
tin Department of AgncuU oflitr parjsiaSS. h* fold, wfft Tttl
lure into four-acre units on much rnttt|ed lo ,uch a scheme.
the assumption that a unit of u woul(, htivc bccn good ,f tnej.
Ibis sue will afford full-lime ,.ou|d navi. hlld an Agricultural
employment for a man and his am| a Housing Scheme combined.
.. ggS^n, must resid. on hU ^,^1^^ = *
f. A Ivrtcm of mixed forming " l * '?" **
must be practised The svs- a better economic lot than one
tOfD may be based on sugar ** Sl* hundred would be bet-
cane as the main cash crop, ter than one hundred, but it did
but must provide for the col- not mean that with such rlrcum-
tivatlon of food and fodder afnecs as oxi*t in Rarbados. one
crops and must be conducted acre would not be bttttr IfcnD
on lines recommended by
acrcptablc to Ihe Department
of Agriculture in regard to the
nature and area of each crop
and number of head of live-
stock and their method of
feeding and management. The
field arrangement must be
planned and laid out in the
Tins land in Christ Church."
he sold, "lends Itself to being so
used and I cannot support Gov-
icnl today when 29 families
i l>e assisted instead of seven."
dr Ward said that lie was
going ti vote against the Resolu-
tion. He hid said IjsI Tuesday
nner required by the De- tnol Government -Mould aagU
pirtnuut facilitate cultivation by trac- prom his mparlance ne aen
tor drawn implement. lots would lie t- the (greater
Tenants will be encouraged to benefit,
co-operate wtaflatVCi; econo- .,,.,_,
ink oi social OdvantBga can Government had talked ..bout
be derived therefrom in such fragmentaUon. but there was no
matters as (a) the purchase 'ear of fragmentation. The fear
of supplies, (b the market- was ruled out, but there was the
Ing of crops and produce, (cl restriction that If people did not
the use of Irrigation equip- adhere to certain rules, the land
ment if water is made avail- would be taken away within
able for Irrigation. hiring and use of mechanical' of irte conditions in the island.
equipment for cultivation and More Crop*
(e) In any other useful man- Government had in mind that
ner. the area would be irrigated
The land is to be leased at More crops would be obtained
the Kite of $20 per acre per from the land if it were irrigated
annum for a period of five ij,an if jt were not. one acre of
years, renewable for further |rri8ated land would be worth
periods of five years on terms probably four other acres. It
and conditions to be mutually nad been proved that If there had
been
Bus Driver
HVmuiiuYd \\ ithout
liuil Till Aug. 24
EWAKl illOKMIll.i. a bus
hi ivei ot tne lv>, si
was lurtner rcman widioul bail by His W E. A. McLeod until ,\
in tne pi... ng in tnc
c.se in much he is cn.o. I
tnc murder of Leroy Worrell ol
H^li.gan Road. Bank Hall on
August 6.
Mi. W. W. Keece rv-C. Solicitor
General is appearing for the
Ciown
before Tnornnill anv br.mghi
into the District A" Police Court.
Folio-men on duty In the Court
Yuni tvtra busy keeping
big mob which had COU
lore the Court steps.
A few women shook their lists
at the PoUea Constables ">"c man
said loudly "Let me get through
and see what he looks like
At 1.18 p.m. Thornhill walked
through the back Of the Court
going in the direction of the Court
room Ranked by two r
RITERT CALUrJCDM n la-
bourer or Chapmai i
St. Michael, was lined $iw by His
Worship Mr I A Mi I 0 I tl D*
paid by monthly In t;ilmeti!s Off
two months' imprisonment w|th
hard labour fnr retUOl
bottles of rum from the QOVOm-
menl Spirit Bond without the fon-
acnt of a proper officer.
Cullender pleaded K charge The offence was ,-omn.ti-
led on August 13. Sgt. Murrell
prosecuted for the Police
B'dos Evening Institute
Gets Austin Engine
THE new technical workshi Btrbtdog Evnnlng
Institute at Richmond Hou ird'* School, i
,i srctionahsetl Austin A-4U engine, complete with clulch
Konigtdon,
Th.' workshop itself b vrry :niy and tidy T\
is Intended for the use oi the technkal itudentg
\ Immigrants

; i
tie Trini-
dad Ooveennsont prohibiting n -
lhau colon]
The Addn i.- Mb
,, wtih pro!
... '.ii a beuuj in) ei ay
i n ment ol Trinidad '
.
tail i Tr

Ife


I i relleni i br
of tl
Hou s i th,. Oovenuneni .. ;
ell of Trinidad

" lonj
ler tak
of Trr-
propoa
rnrthed ol mlgran'
tension Svhvmv
0 Brs in a.ii.i
ni !. aviso Ing tt.-

la) ha asked .
i tma. Ti-
Will Oovenuneni consider
nving v
i.i'M to granting en increase i >
iiM.inei- m the lowei
A superb pen!
This neii-
PARKE
bj

uddttton Ii
Storm Off lido*
THE bUond will mosl
likely hovo windy equal]-;
and rain today. There ia
a depression reported can-
tred 111 dearees north. 54
degrees west, which Is
approximately 400 miles
eaet south east of Barba-
dos and 500 miles east
north east of Trinidad.
A survey plane wai
senl out from San Juan
yesterday lo look al 11 and
reported thai it was a
mild storm with a wind
velocity ol 25 lo 30 rallea
per hour. The storm is
travelling at between six
lo eight miles an hour. Ii
has a baiomotrtcal pres-
sure ol 29.6.
Mi t bvenee DoweUi
i iage Ltd pre-
sented the engine lo Di Bruce
who sfeatotned Mr.
King-Ogden. Travelling Kepre-
Moton
Corporation
Mini who attended the prea-
entaiion oxpreaaed then
inn ol tin. generoue gift and
they hoped that thin valuable aid
:u the hcginnmn ol lechl
. 'inn in B !' lead to
progress along these Unei
ST 31. HE FELT LIKE aN
0L0 MAN
I,,
I
M I >
Mar-rr
Ffk-Lin
Tibk-II'I
im Holon
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Pt..--|..l. Mi
i
f..r lltf Inili
M ii i< M.i.ii.ii. SnMr L*.
|
I '.i
>f irrigation
throughout the island, trie Island
would be richer.
"It would be a great mistake.'
he said, "if we were to dKHoe
this between the few."
Mr F L. Walcott said that
Government had made no promise
agreed
The lease may be terminated
bv Government on three
months' notice if the tenant
) falll to pay rent within
six months of the dale on
which It becomes due;
(b) falls to cultivate the
holding in a manner tat- lo mitke a changc ,n thc Rc8olu-
Isractory ^tlMJ^Oopen- tion Thc non0urable senioi
membem for St. Lucy and Christ
Churah had opportunity of help-
ing a lot of people many years
ago.
"IaM us examine thc Hunoura-
m the Resolution tile member's statement", he said,
brought about its "Last week he said that when
W.I. "Notes"
On Show
THE new West Indian curren-
cy notes are now on show at the
Public Library. When a reporter
dropped in at the Librai .
day a few people were looking at
the notes One man said to anoth-
er: "I think these new notes are
much lnrger than th-> oU
ment of Agriculture;
(c) falls to reside continu-
ously on the holding.
Postponement
Mr. Allder said that after
long debate
which finally
postponement, he thought the help a man he would still have to
Government would have given look for a job. When we glv*
some consideration lo the opinion seven, however thev become
expressed by the majority of the independent. They do not have
member. no voted for its post- ^h-.^nto o^f.ce^ ^ey
"Thave no. heard any reasons". ^J^L'S^thS would
he said "wh> -hey have not seen ^ -"J^* "^VntoThe*yiS
their way to grant this House its and |ook fof t Job>.,
reaueat i. ' ' ^i-'"'!11"- "'"' The Hwolution *w nothing
made when last it was discussed. do w(lh a Housing Scheme as the
If Government were doing any- Senior member for Chri.t Chin. I,
Ihlng and there was a possibility was suggesting,
that several could benefit, it would They did not, tie said, mind the
be best to allow the many to nonsense lhat was talked by the
benefit. Honourable Senior Member for
A lot of argument have been St. John. He talked onp point
uul up for and against this for an hour _,
,nu> their tend when there would ST^SSLSjST WS#
be no work 0,1 the tensnlry nd over ihe africultur-, ^^y
work It tor ;il present at thc if ,t had been that the author.-
plantations people get work only ties wanted a chance to cxperi-
Ihree or four days a week ment with what might be a pure
They had always boasted about co-operative scheme, by ail
means they could iiave a chance
to experiment.
But It was purely by accident
*h"t the 211 acres were to be dis-
tributed among some people.
Since tiiey had not been told of
another scheme of making land
available to people of the colon,.
who had no land, it wan impossi-
ble to see why the land should
not be divided among tin
number possible.
Even If they divided the land
into one sere lots with irrigation.
a man and his family would still
have to employ lagnrlinft Then
fore the argument that the helde
would still be going bcguing for
work was'pure rot.
If members rend what England
told Jamaica about her cLfai
inderstood the sugar situat
they would appreciate the Qjuna-
flon letter.
'"Compared with Ian.
tion in this colony," he said
ll .nd St. Lucia could be
even nailed more ndaUeoe.'1
Mr Mapp *ai rCtl Be 'hat they
would oppose the Reeolutli
nobody would benefit
it h.ui been the polfc
land owners, he Mid, to let Olll
spots to squatter*, half Itre,
eighth of nn acre and Kuch amounts
so thai they wotild nevei
any proper standard of livins
a standard such as a socialist!
would like them to attain.
Farley Hill Is
A Good Site
Says Weathcrheud
Dr. II. I). Wr.,'h, iIkm.i -I,,! i(

u Mill arould i-- ,t food she for
I ii II >pi-,.d He was giving a
talk lo memben of the Pharma-
ceutical Society and their frtondi
I petl Of the Phain u
programme
He said that it woul.l cost the
island much to run such u hospital.
Very eXp .,1 woul I
have to be bought and 11 .
of a T.B specialist wotll
quired. Trained Buresi arould b
needed t<> give medical attention
to the T it potlenta
, He also spoke of enncer whjdi
he said "has been on the increase
for some time, particularly cancer
of the lung."
Eczema Itch
Killed in 7 Minutes
Mm
'ound lh Itmndf I. rlImr
YOUTHFUL VIOOUR
This yoong man was belaf
Ereiimturi'lv sand by ktilaay
roubTa. He leUs in hta latter
how Krunrlino ga* him bark hli
bealt b after weeks of pain : a
**! Buffered for weeke from
i. iiiilo and felt like an
old ma.i Rltninigh 1 am only SI
ir I Btooi waa ng.it iv to stralgbUD up
again. Several prop]* advised
Krint.'hen Sail* as tbsr
bad fonnl ihrm wonderful. I
tried them and found lhy iravs
m- reliel from pain, and I fell
hotter in every way. 1 shall keep
on with the dally doaa because 1
ran now do my day's work and
in.; eel any Lh wore* for 11 "
B.V.O.
Unless the kidneys functloo
proo-rly, certain aold waatee.
,r,-ta allowed to pollute the blood
firnam and produce troublesome
^mylainu backache, rheuma-
tism ami eseasalve Ifttlgue.
Krimehen la One Ol the DllMl
.liuretn:i or kidney aprlenta.
Tlie small dally dosa kii.- the
kidneys ami other Internal organs
working smoothly and naturally,
o that the blood stream la
pn rilled and vigorous health
restore! g. SS
Ask you nearest Chemist ee
Oruir Slors for Kruachsn.
terrible It-hir.it era
i lluriittis.
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Tor Skin Troubl.i n.w.
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pjastornaM psribrrnanos. the new
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ivi*c of ink iWcm. rus uuldisunced
Vtrj "thcr pen made. A ^hollv n<\>.
wi.niiiic mclhod of drjuing in. Mormg.
safeguarding end iclcam:i ink, it'
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porfbrmanca lex known.
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RUNNERS- 15x45 1.85 oa.
OVALS, ROUNDS & SQUARES
_____________at 84c.___________
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UH-(6ASP-6A3P)WHA
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Tl6EC,HCNEY?DlDHE
KWAWAV?y7^
made by
-TMIFIF. (tood looks tell you thrx'rr just right.
You know, too, when you look at the price
Ms-, that you ran't grt finer value, Illustrated
ii a Full Brogue Oxford. Tied to every pair if
the John White Guarantee Shieldthe sign
which in--.ii.- jml right'! Look for it in
leading store- in Harbado*.
JOHN WHITE
means made just right
... for
liniflvnv
Simply *p'pnklc
MOM 11 ill p*.'
into the Uva-
lory bowl and
ka*e overnight
then flu.h.
'Hiipl c''
action
iHllllfflfli nJ
dcodorite.
wktrr no bru'h
mtk. ^^
llarpk' i. MihrWilltaii- V-^
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ii..-- cnnanird
lo wptk unLi.
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mi: pu\
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SACROOL
< ; .i bottle from
kMGHIS Vm SKIKIS
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi' customers for Monday to Wednesday only
BLUE SOAP 2 bars for
POTATOES 6 lbs. for
ONIONS 4 lbs. for
Usually Now Usually NOW
108 IOO Vegetable Salad 55 St
96 T2 Condensed Milk 32 M
80 M Schweppes Tonic Water 30 94
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
HAM Y
THI MONK1 O*
BUCKfAIT
AUIr
jBUCKFAST
'TONIC WINK
imssr

v For
\ All Night
Sleep
w
T^O you wake up In the
^momins really rcfrcuhed
brij[hf t-yed and buoyant! If
not, >our sleep has not been
s restful and restorative as it
should be. .
A cup of deliciou* 'Ovaldne' at i- .!
lime will help vou-h it help* count-
Icm iI"mi.iii.U|o .-n|.>. tlir bet
kind of .le-prv*rvnielli. I \-.\-.....nl,
pOSnal llaap coaat* in an cntirclv
natural av. for 'Ovaltinc* i pre-
l'Ti'1 only U.mi N jiur <'. Inn* t looJi.
The pviial foothlng nourlihrncat
which 'Ovaltlnc' providr* rvlirvr*
nervoua tcn*ion, hrlp* you to relax
..ml quickly prepare* the way for
leep. And while you tlvep'Ovaltlne'
provide* nouri*hment to rrnrw
ain-ngih and mr^i That I. why
'Ovaltina' la everywhere acknow-
ledged a* the WodtTl beet oight-cap.
Sold m airtight rim by all
ChfmlUt and Stont.
Oval tine.
UiredNatures Sweet Restorer^
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PRINTING DEPT.
li'XOR CLEAR GLOSS VARNISH
STTPnEME IN QUALITY AM* FINISH
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SALES
DIED
1' .....s .SSI. Zillin
Doldren The IuimfbI Mill .
r*wd*nc* Bw.ln Rd ai p.m ihU
evening tor Ch-i
Of God and thence lo WMbur)
FOR Mil
Tew mil per fliM' ho.
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J*d II.SO o> fuMft
MtalsM*** thorp* n
M MM S<.' -or*, ) mi, taw-
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REAL ESTATE
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FOR ill M'
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->m. i* M-.-J. ok** M<
Vo-d* 1 MMl < u.i-d B -. h iriill i
toard o Siisdoyr.
SHIPPING NOTICES
hoi srs
(Canadian National Slranisiii|>-
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AL'TOMOIIVF
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lit* inin.i of j IIuhbj..*.
7IIUU lUi 19*1. al her
Fairfleld. Ki Pt
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ii 4 M p m to-day
Philip L'nurrh
IN HLOfOmiAM
i live* most preemui
Ad dearer Indeed In** ne
bo
away
I ." with for Ju
Then He also lofl me to
on* day
While 1 -in Irll mourning
illrm imoth*r'
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H)i-
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OH tXCHANGt Oti-r flno Homo
Hill aroo Ii.
family, oblige!
place preferably
cotl pttce Xxc**lienal ail
r oppof1u.lt highly advantage
ral direct private parti** i.i
i responsible Ag*H. Hin| .-!
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t.rv-.1 FurnMhed Hou. Lppe* Bav St
Opposite Yacht and Aqu..i. Club* A*
r-ooVrn r.int prrmfaas
I SIII n
FLAT or. Blue Water, tl
i" Bpaewua cupboards I
.-.*' Bill
II11.1. CREST Navy Garden. Apply lo
1 I Phoe SM0
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ivoif Piioo II crnti pet loot
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rlAKRISON LINE
I OK M.1LK
2 Hundred Empty Barrels
FOR PALING USES
ROBERTS" MMIjFi\(TURIN(i ((?.
GOVERNMENT HILL.
ODTWARD FKOM THkl UNITED KINUDOM
III. IKK IIOMI. j.,-1 HMfrM
Op.im Eloct.ic IroBMal Ma, i,
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loriiplcic luimr Iriinrr Dial 307f. I
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ANKOIINI'KMEKTK
from ASPftO Coldt and 'rlu dip*llc1
tioadach*. cloanrd-aoothlrii .wilt roller
from Rhpumatic and Noun la lc I
Nrrvlnvaa Blonitnancaa I^t ASPRO
com* to your aid NOW -*. 51I On
MADE to m*ai.r* within a da> II
nocoaaary Bhlrta. Pyjamaa I'
o> I^dloa' Slack* Cuaranlood HI and
Wortmatuhlp ROYAl. 9TORX. No. II
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SMALL CAPITAL available- for pan-
"ii-ivim hunnpaa Stal* par-
t Titian, typo of buainrw *1c. and
lulrcd in l*tt*r lo "Kancu
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HOI.IOAV RJUOHTB Grvnada-Ula ol
Vl** SANTA MARIA;v*li*rt holl
In Caribbean H.it* from P 00 per haad
p*r day. GRANH IIOTEL-ln h*ol r*ai.
clcinial dUlrltt urv4*f Oovwnmant Hoiu*
hill Ratca from 1100 p*r hood por day
SEASIDE INN-On Grand Afa Bathim
Beach Hal*, from 1400 bi head per
day. EnqiiririloD M Sllnaof. Gronada
aSITan
I'l IISOX VI
Th* public ai* lr*bv warned againd
f.vmg credit lo n.i wtl* INEZ GIBBS
u.** GRIFTITIL ... I do not hold myaall
Ktpniiiihlr for lie* or oinum- laM con-
Kacling any debl or debt. In my narna
unloai b> I itfn*d by m*
DARCV GIBUS
Carmldia*! Tenanlr.'.
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Tho public or* h*r*bv warned agaln.t
tiving cr.-dii i" i'i> rlla, OH I
IIOI.IHW IfaM IIUPEi a. I do not hold
mya*ll re.pon.ible lor hT or anyone
rlH .'iitr..ctlri Bfl| d*4>t M il-ln- Ifl BU
. Ii> i wrlllail order llgned
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WKSTON HOLDER,
Park Road.
LOST
A I Oi Mil
LOST
KB I'ur of GUW.
Ung Rcwtird
U ml 15
the night of 13th Aut
named Pip"
,i.i({ he. to Sir John Bolnl Edgehlll
SI Tttomai will be rewarded
14
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Tweed.id* Rd
men Rock 1
Wri.t WMch
Pine Rd and ColL.-
ler will be autUblv
GOVFRNMFNT NOTICE
WATERWORKS l>r:i'AHTMIiNT
I'AVMENT tit WATKR RATKS
Conwuiutti who turn not yet
m mped of tho
uuartOT Midini 3uih B*ptmbr,
1991, Rf hficby DOUfatd uMI un-
..,< |).uti on or
bvfon the 31ni ol Aim
th*) Departmeiit. as authorised \f
m etion 46 of the Waterworks Act
1813-1. may nop the water from
flowing into the pp
respect of which such rates
payable, either by cutting off the
pipe to nidi psriwMB, or by sucr
they may think nt. ap^
i.ikc proceedings to recover ^ny
amount due.
12.8.513n
WE ARE BUYERS
STAMPS Sheet*. Single Stamp*.
Collection*. Acedmu.allon* and
Cover*. Good price. Paid al th*
CARIBBFAV STAWr SOCIETY
3rd Floor. No 10. Swan St.
TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH
(.me Sugar llandhonk
One Cop> onl lei! 130 00
. S STATIONERY
?> Relax, vnjou and benefit
V from your week-endi and
S BaMnkrn, There if no belter
ai; Ihon by ifllllno.
| FOR SALE
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idpal for Ihr^e
pan aw oaaMMrad
lkini"l IUB 00
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ir all Elrcluc Maiehm* that mah*.fl*w.
l and D.rnlng P,.y Dl-, ,
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PYE RADIO CATAIAKJL'ES Cleaily
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ich < tn* new lasi-si pyr hadio.
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i you witnoul obligation, for (. ..
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21st Aug.
24 th Auif.
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mlfiiihm chor0a $] .yj om
and |ibo* Sunday:
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I! WtllADOS MIMII \ II
Ml H\l --I > \ N \l I.IM 13 l5l
England's Cricket Team
liuill For The Future
ON, Aug. ?>,
.?I thai is to liah soccei
tin iilili ind final I
e Oral London with thi
homa i luaa i
opportu I old deciaiona by the Selectors.
16. she throws
Britain
Flying PWi BU
BaVTaKndM 1----

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Club >
i Pottai
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...:
the lone |
Barracuda) deaandini *
.
Basil Brooks twain Ihi

.* hard hot aboul
!rom th" Flyiin'
M then only two minute*
old.


-hots.
p, t. r potter avantuaUj na>

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;
l i"
It was BtirratueU*' turn lo to or.
but their forward
could . the

I unchanged.
goal tin- minu'e-
irtci (hi tataraal Arthui Hasali
mi tin- acorer. Two
follow to" hi quICh BOW
. in (he third '
wing and the f< '*"'*. ''.
(..: Vr.
nf ;i good pan i Potti < to Ha tail
who was uaaaaifcM iumjII rmdc
i
... trotn Ihf (Oal
.... p> There was no turfter
Barracudas nude
SUZANNL FARMER It. mm old Brir.t.f<.i, student loowtia tip in
rtadintH rot Ortat Britain'* athletic* hatch with Frsnre at Whit*
City. London She thrown th* discus, tot which hf hold- the Ensli-li
putt, iln- nhot L.E.8.
record. |
SXi,.ifMI GRAM)
I'RIX TODA 1

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wood, Hilly aaalone i
. rim Flan
bark line MN lwO]
Mi

The n
Csarki
The loan
i iMnr n-it; P Foster (Capl
K. w. therhead T "
,\ M \tt II, P Potter B. M '!""
i tiliffe
England'-, bi)- probasm la not
just the
f S*mlh Aft i. BI
okly, is or iiin.-
Imp< 11.in.
. the .it

buildini>-u|i ..I .i teem to try and
beat the A
ir suctatsful. to tackle the Weat
soon ii- the opportunity

i aueh . tun.

the decision should be taken 00
re for the
|Ob, Thr qualifying (actor should
individual eon-
.cined will !*> n Tee*, match proh-
ibit m two rears time.
This should mi'
ftit. F R. Brown has
\. l.n ! .'I. r|| (luring the
paat two year*. It was wraety e
j result of hi Inspiring leadr"-
hlp that BftKliind halted a run
A r
In the final Test at Kfelbouroa
earlMT thli yaar. But this season
t enjoyed th-
health and iomequeiilly his f.....>
has sunere.l He Is now II
of age and there mu-t be conal
hie doubt nhout his abilH) ll PBSCARA It.ily August 14
i land In 1943. Ubarto Aecarl ad tha
If Brown cannot ba considered "ll cloaad circuit tim* In tha
In foi England laal Mali lo-day, and won, a
..gainst ti '-.iting poatUon for 10-
shouU not he chosen fo, the fit HI M I Grand Pria 4
A i Prscara auto race.
'., Qonidles <>| Art.iilui.i u-i
..ill wad th* KG toroad to tl tha ptl
thu during the test, time With brake
with gear dilli-
iltlaa. Artei tha i i
turj on bla dab foroi lop with .. brokai
...: last month HI i l 111 ba n
ir Fngl.tnd could COUnt U| :>k the flay and he ill
the next start In the second line tomorrow.
rould ti Aft .'i di It Inj Ft i
lac- around the is mllaa circuit wllb
lion He i oni ot ''' " 81 Hi UnW >'f ten minutes 43
or (our batsmen In the country seconds. I at
and lacks onb B*J Held bar tomorrow':
in lha bald Ht race i I ifl muaa
l gain this axpari- when the onpnuafnt conwalttaa
lunt-* goes by atnl if sale'- aoctptad the last minute appl|eaa
England would b<- able m , Braceo ol Ital)
. c '],.,,. i.en Huttjon, h Who will drli !
...i profasaional. nut) one ol Ihi Juan Manfual Fangto ol Argen
ajana, iina had not antarad lb
i...nin Taleo! the IV .< .i. moa
Faigiand at the moment has bat- t< warda worufa chaanpoinahlpa.
tits- talent In plenty Be-nte Hut- Alfa ftuinco lot WBMn Fant;i
Ion and "' !< Oravenej and Ikln all laal two cnmi>ethluns which
In great form. These six ... i th* world h;.ii>ionshi
tha Ida raapectable lool Grand Pria ol Italy -; Moi
and-off." Then at number am i of Spalii at Bi
uliI do no celona. I'.P.
Ladlea Somi-I inal-
r.ini-iii

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ADVOCATE h
i bettei than Incluia Alan Watklni
his most s
ndar who .
H^rrJeudas: .1. Bunpaon, 11
Bn [I Pj i
K. Taylor, P
K. Arm
There is nothing to chin, a '- -
twaan Wataon and Watkh
to halting but Watk
net- my vote for he Is u
SUMMERHAYES
TENNIS POSTPONED
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THI Men':
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inent which should have
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BvoiU is the Kie.tf-t kecpei In the
not good
Bngland leant an,|
iTi.diil.iin his Am'
form of ihi- aaaaon he
ueii in ii" aoiacuon
Bgalrurl Ai I
Ai.v Bt UU Enadaruf

in Lion should '
Sir Alfred INuys
Table 'IVniiis
BSFOfll a fa ii- largt a d .i
ii ltd th<
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I etbell Trophli
1951 tviiiiii. hlai.....t CoUaaje
.......I the Km... -. I
V.M.P.C the division i cup and u^,^ Mutton
1,1 TWO p*OCC the., remain to be
.iivi-.tm nopny. llll(.d ln ,(u, Xl .ltHl one (1.,i.,
Two i. to | -;'';"' '' Ukat dapand
have uuutn pi a wen
i :.ih ailed bi i auae ol rail i nu mg
befon 'i. i
-I i- -.. llano) waa not I.....id Hi
Clayed t ihi. tew Cai
. h. WilUami Bccretao "' lha
y.mca Ha bad the edge on pb
Lng which oi I asfUeaa form at tha
The othai put
d i.-i Tanj Uoab ..i Sup*
raj who
votoping ml" a le.illv
alow haft-arm bow lat
\ -i. cted xi f..| the future
wuUI l>k DraNUalng like thi
P H ll May, Mutton. Lowaoi
ikin. Cornptoo, Gravanaj *^
ill Bad*
..I .1 I^K'k.
:. \i WOUld '
.. far loo strong tor
lha BOUth Aftuans and WOUld
| tha Aiistiali.ni attack plenty
in think about
DOVER. August 14. The batQpi down to number
Stcnngrnphci Ki tha -trongest for
t.< post|x>uc for at leas' y. ,ns and the pace attack of
10 days bar attempt to ba tba Oral Bedaet and Walklna would bf
Woman to >w tm IBM Loch r..ttei-.il!
Channel from England to rranci A OM old cricketer said this
Tba s.ui Uicgn CaUlomla iwina* weak, U ona aicta cauoot bowl
mcr who conquered the Channel ml another with four bowler
rialiie lo Knuland than it doe-, i i.l de-cue to da
last summer, hoped to start the go vttb tn> naora." Bui
hard ua> Bl 1 30 a.m. WeMnes- g 0 i d nii.imiii1 this EilK-
day. but continued heavy seas aim would also call upon _
the prospect or unfavourable Jkm and Compion for slow led-
tldes forced tlie postin'ianten'. ami BUppOTt, and let it not lw tor- lowU.I in Teat m.tUhc:
U I* gotten that Uan llutlon has Australia before now.
opponent whom he kept uuinlii/
aruiiml tha
Postpones
Cliuiiiut Swim
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A FRESH ARRIVAL OF SMILES
CHECKED
TAFFETA
with multicoloured
striped border
-tfi" wide -I !H mI
a ( yajii
Here she comes with her cargo of Health and
HappinessCow & Gate, the most fimous of all
Infants' Foods. And what a relief! For there is
everything that Baby needs in a tin of Cow & Gate
to build firm flesh, strong bones, sound teeth, and to
give that cheerful smile of abounding health and
vitality. Yes! Welcome once again Cow & Gate.
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CAN THIS BE
POSSIBLE?
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
From October, 1830 to
June, 1951 th.< priee of
Woollen
Suitings
has advanced over 100%.
and these higher priced
materials arc now boRin-
ning lo arrive In Barba-
dos.
We still have a goad
selection of
TROPICALS
AND
ALL WOOL
SUITINGS
at last year's prices,
to
NOW IS THE TIME
to select vours at
C.B.RICE&Co
I I1..I1 Class Tailors,
HOI.TON LANE.
II ' harp rrrirrf nvf atari;* at:-
CAl.VAMSKD towu-ovrEn SHUTS
B', V, * X 2" Cause
GALVANISED NAILS all ../<.
EXPANDED METAL SHEETS
'//'. 1". *", 3" Mesh
i-OIIITr:' FLEXIBLE FLAT ASBESTOS
CEMENT SHEETS C X l |M s''r'|
"lA'ERITE" CORRUGATED SIIEI'.TS
G\ 7', 9', 10' I .in: ill
Plicne 4267
WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.
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