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rw.l IK.ill' KAKitAIHlS ADVOCATE THl'HsllW. \l (.1 ~l Ik. IS.il OHCOCKELLSAYS::US Uoyd me on IT Marshall gave my sear By DON COCKELL as told to JOHN MACADAM 'T 1 ///. | uina gentleman laus Ins %  hand mi iii\ wife's arm and looks dreamily across the lo the dazilina /''//> ••/ the W> !i:<;rtinrtm. lie \t a good-looting young man with lie Is relaxed DTeUm, and plHCJM under the hlr. slttrt at the loose fteslt as he Hoe "' lie got to I • Hf ffuea on Ii. ea\i . Bannister And Co. On Right Track ml IL1 >peaking Iherr arr onlv two beate *p*rls i .ilhli-Urii d boxing MiT "M ii yen rjn'l liiht vnu ran—!!• ** -.Impli as H. it And cv. K' *>nndrrthal. %  I,, i arlaaal recorded baa work with J dub would have 1 • Mfmamntl? — would ih r principles of track work. I .I-n't hate 10 tell % %  Bang better in world IK.IC.II,. Uuttl *> have for more thr r i Yet I'm net Mire thi athletic aren't even more heart T P. C/? ,;/,' KkWI h. .,..* hi* left far hni.hint pum h-unhkr rhr orthodox, bnrr. Henhe ** tliitiiHi-iriiiiiE Hi* punch—with M.rfc Uart eft Use % %  %  ..Mli; ,,„|. paTTM WII..SON M> alhleI %  ,-. at' r pTO* ore-s ['ifin fluy other 6ro'ich UM -rar and fhinkl OUt 'rack SWf pegf i JMsfnk-i BOOKED TO HELP JACK GARDNER RETAIN TITLE RACK HORSES LEAVE BARBADOS E.ght race nor-f* left ihc bland i,, S S (4Udl>u Cruiser Cavahcr. Bright Ughl and Cross Bow are on lo St Vincent after taking .>•'•' 1 dn*t %  particular^ good :i( W Oene Tui "i being %  %  out who loo bin ..nybody %  %  when 'he bUtl in GlW| on and back in BaUei*-. I ,, %  sow. formidable There is a HMMqntto iti'it go< i mod and In' I Hi '' i 'I" •"! Iff! hand. u'ins. and sous. . h ft-handei i did all raj Uka writing and ivln* with the left hund and In Mt Si ride. (|r ,,.,, %  %  — %  %  %  ' .,....t.-Ml, Vl him.MI ictM Ml HHMta "But" boxOh. y..u mean Ihf lhm Sylnc "' not normally posses. i woodman (on Infer." /(, u i %  DUMB HI tlw lctl hand ,. orlnuiiiii %  R-kandtr, Tin.; Ill Tl'f Blltl nnorli.r fin :. I Unary nn d I Bin I chM when ... ... %  (4l a — .. . i*'l f Till I ll(>w 'i .. | v., ybridfle wt bllti i wenl t %  i' 1 And iti bomb blew up Jonnnj Tim . .... %  ctb'Hii . 'it UlTOUfh (MMW1IHM uj'prduei II ,"i.i-i'u acmiapawieiif oranoe once ora woo In my b>rbei I |h# blue vtd ooeiion. I would bavo iiii<- ",. ' Tan Hnff Now 9. lhan Gardner, the German hits the kind oi bad spells toughness—and Uah enough umlor-estimMe him. > i.roi;<;i. wmnNt. Really big fpw-matai for h tvy ire %  rare and if Jack |r. the B T.C. Mid-Summer MOC! la -..-lii-.i n % %  in| ihort "IB. 'if praetioe partnei European uile Monsoon Nan Tudk aaalnit the Oermai Holt. In either Berlin J^,^,^forTHnid nr Dortmund %  booked it' what mual gckt ayuaiaali in "tui M'* atad and mteni. .,' iv. VanUi, Shoeburplv Ma-flaw arianipatlil oi -• it i *sr. holder %  t the Brltl h knocktime onde) un Ihc Sweden's Lars Warle. Le Horvan 1 tame second in last year's conBriefing ded bj ; h.\v %  I II Argcc.t %  the nam* ol BvUa Peron, w do ol f >. led • %  atubi fi"ttii take off early the An.. I snt; and it in Thnroday morning. —V.P. BOO am anybody ngboks %  gan in" %  <: .1 be* fine i %  ed in tin Welsh v '.ikiiiB f.uii wlcketa for 10. %  drunk in bei %  enind •' i "Hi rtlon i %  %  . Then, and not nil then, the rain I I s. WHAT'S ON TO-DAY '. II li.l r. ludiio gMWllsn al Bar.% %  in,. — lo A.m court or faaaoao uiirk.Ilaii MKslon t'aorl —10.30 am Mretln* of the Ssnitary < %  iiimi"iim. i of HI. Mi char]—• p.m. Hseaaag .-t OhrM t harah Taatrr I p.m liHilhall illarriimn College va. Windward Itlandal — i p.m. tlilcr Polo a' Aquatic Club lUrrison Oellere v* Snapper* : WhipnorayTi va. Btejh aa )—< p.m. ri\iM \~ v.|.i.iii .lun fh ( Impnnr run % %  ... .. i i . A DM la M. H'.rl Jlfi. \„4 ">... %  In I.,> P .I Jin,., • i>..u. rs w.i-.H i a %  .. p m tmpl.t— (T )i|||v ( ||ih| llghv who's right up there w m tn *' be-t webjht-toasers In the *rtd There*] lha magic of "Mac" ( ever he can R"*t a straight track bell crack mo world's furlong record. Bui N.mkevillo. th.ii can run the spike* off anyone "' %  in. day, There' the towering Artnut %  Wtntmill." who |hM tat %  nip "II the mid tenths ol tconoa in Wooderson'* on P remaining world record—his 1 mln. 19 2 sees. for the half-imle Anil what about the I I I distance runni n ^' %  . k ill By le British Guiana to -enow InterooUeglote rlvair) • 1*1 Btanl ilaus College tinweek [•he programme of the boui '"-| three-day crlchi I ....i twa Eootbell aamea, and an I Phe bo i i turn OH Sunday AUgUSt M MOOI ^ ibjert to Hi*' In"oii..i HP cue i ; i % % % %  : ..!. .. I.il .'.f... .1 tlie King or n singleton in !!; % %  %  Ult naiui I. with nu danger ol tcie call being passed b. i!i partner. Any mention or a -uu. in which there can be no Inirniton o. playing the hand la a cue bxl alraadl bean agreed u N a <>: ,i North Four Clu las', rail earni animl meaning No one in %  I %  .. ... n In a minor u %  I ol fine support lor %  > %  major Four Club effect "I an against an attS i unhid Tins me'hod dif! %  BlncLwood n fo l IBB t*a can usually be 1 mad* below the level of Utet lite above sequence %  n-off in Four II he has no feature owing, with Biackwood i must be played in Five even though the region:* unfavourable. ,> Noruaa cue bid convey." %  information, uiacgwood Dknnand* information. •[-Controls are .specified bv •> means of cue bids. WlUi : %  ,--• %  4 .—The exchange of inform*OfMD allows U Dnal :o be made by the Plaj ng H: nek wood, he i* a mere automaton. I'!:c following cxumpli ttliows ilraal bvLweco lite two me'hods : A*,3iV ,4; ''* K,; J! K J IS S North's One Spade Is he will gel e lllj-kwood. lam can be safelv i .iid of cue b.d%  iD (Ming b* eat i % %  iffiTUfi 1 i %  il o I trios Annual liiunimi Dinnrr 11 I:.I They'll IX) It Every Time Bv Jinuny Hatlo Au"£&<• la "CM HAS TO HAVE THE VISLANCE OP AN M.R TO KEEP THE KIDS IN THE YARD %  BISMUTH.' SEIDLITZ.' COME BACK HERE!! 93TH OF >OU.' STAY iH THE yARD AMD nAY! 00 VOU HEAR? EXCEPT ON WASHCMYS. THAT ISTHEN M3U COULDNT C3RIVR 'EM OUT WITH A SWARM OF BEES-WILL YOU PUH-LEeSB GO SOWEWMiWe ELSE ANO Put* ?! — tj V WEST THAN i K. HAH> MPggffR i5lh. mm Saturds*. AUBUBI S.00 p.m. •tl'BsH^ftlPTlON: SOContact: (.. fOLK—Tel. No. 4340 V Vtll.lt VMS %  !#.: R. I'FHKINS as*' 1 i I.MI 4t a.anr.j.. Aaaan .*.; %  •.*. ***.'%  ^Ml Nil it OII: llll AIJ-I*MII*OHI:-III II d\ run B1 Rl NOTOftl. HICIIAK in lha Tallow Carton. .Mii.li iior children la Hat niur Garten, MCNTI KOI I nest iluh which NSTAN r hF.I.IFF ur COUGHS—CHEST COLDS SOW iliicovi .md .ill knuh 1.1 Ml •-( | | VK \' Ml > VND t UMfi. Ml STFROI.I reliot: %  Heativel> vnu saasaM aova* he wilhad . |ai afl MisTFRtii.E in the boUSe, lt> Ml Ml KOI I for both SdattS and children. KFTAI1. I'ltK i i. \ I \H OM^inahle at— Messrs BOOKERS (B'doa) DRUG STORES LTD. SoU A t t, f5% W&Hi tb(T Give your skin s new tint ... change your complexion tone at will with Gal* Face Colour.' Gala Tinted Found** ttons are made to suit every type of ikln, each has les matching Powder. Follow the Gala Colour Phn to be fashion right. Key lips to clothes with Gala Lipstick or Lip Line. Match nails to lips with Gala's jewel-bright Nail Colours, and see that you have a perfect skin by using Gala Face Creams. GALA OF LOXIMIX nd DaMraaaaar i F. s. NICHOU.V P.O.BOX 241 ; .ir triiANTU tlEGM FLORAL NYLON Real Beautiful lh for Kveninu Dfeaeee in Shades (if Orchid. Pencil •nd Smoke Blue 36" tvatfg UM yd. tm SHErllFRU \ (o.. ltd. 10. It. 12 6 USroadSf. CHECKED TAFFETA With um 1.1 i .i|..ni i A slriped border 36 wide UJl Pal J&R ENRICHED BREAD WKI.I. IIAI \:vi: HATI> SUPPLYING ALL THE VITAMINS YOU NEED : 4.oo run rni SVIIOII v4' FAMILY .-.-.-.•.-.•,-,-,-.-.•,-,•. %  .-.-. %  .-.•-,-.•.-,-.•.-.-.•.•.•.-.-.•.-.•.SI II 'm haiw i••••/• %  %  # in'iis/i-/. s ttf:CAI.VANISED CORRL'OSTKII SHKITS 6', T. 8' X 28 Gniice (i.M.VAMSFD NAII.S — ill METAL *", 3" SHEETS Mesh .-.-.-.-.-,•.-.-,-.-.',TOI1 1TK." FI.F.XIRI I' FI.XT ASBESTOS CEMENT SHEETS 4 X al tU* Stott IM.UITECOHBLC.ATH) SIUITS c. r, r, io' i.rnRih. •Phcnr 42G7 WILKINSON & HAYNES (0.. LTD. i



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TIUKM.W Ml,1ST IK. 1*51 R.\RRAIM>S M)V• period of 1950. accurdm;' t.i new lii-urcs jusl released by the .hip* to the MMnpoul Cnb:it! Sic':n Stahiliviition Institute, coverinil sales up to the l.onal School al Rto Plodras. end of May. The figures show Cub-n exports to Britain I*"''.!.' Hico. Mr. Lawrence W. Intalline. jfe,12l tOM in Ulla year flvr-month period, ir ""'""' s "V" or >, General ol ihe : % %  .nsinlhes. me perio I last jWtt pSS1?.;.y? • Ronrd ..f Trade return-., pubMr Cramer •'•' ">"< be had UsI.tMl 111 IxMidiMi, put Uw ngurc beard from Dr. Rafael Pico. Chairfor thf< y.'jr even higbci. with u m %  Phtnali i I big rise in U.K. sugai bnporl -ii'i Zoning Hoard of Pucim Rico (SIM In June. Ovei Uw and n United States member ul rlrn fix months of thl rear, tinCaribbean ('cinmrt-ion, arm nrrordrng to these figure Britain from fhe Director of the point IV uouoht S59.179 toiu ol Cuban Office of the Puerto Rico | .eluding 159.216 torn In p, outl E. Baditlo %  ?• *f"J % %  the effect that candid.. f be accepted, provided that thev 7.000 Sydney Doekera Will Sirik< SYDNEY. AUK !5 N. : rum Sydney dockers 10• % %  Ii;k.n. m tomorrow until Monday In proti .. against the suspension of 75 work^^ (0 refUMd to work on the ( |]|)iin nit ^ r midnight shift yesterday. ,. f ,-,,, ycri New South Wiles minan j Q50 ped work today to hold pithead RAVI. Kxport* Drop In the Aral and I speak and understand the Engl language, Mora Application* .ition* the* %  ill iff belni Ctlvcd by Mr. Cramer. Thirty tl bant received, of which nun rive have '•< edy Man pu I Mi. Cramer said. that \*~ ul i' 1 i"'" 1 >"i(ussi ictanl |)ni 1 It will furnish powt 1 nduttrtas tnrouajnut students who ha I %  <". (' 1 But the BUM Statis'i talehiM drop 1 i| 1 tnt BrtlUh Wen Indie, lance" The Wht-r.-iithe total for irti Brtdrl IU on West Indie* was M5.f13 tons in h\tfi verj tha Urat six months bad, and the ihifl ai 11 dropped to 147.38V tot "Pply because of the |r (arable period of issi. i\ language requlretnent, will now big bicreaae in British Imports av .1 thamtalvat ol thin upportuwhole of Bomb, nnri Hir—rw tf^ ,, from M.u-liiu. an-2 smaller mty. „nd get In touch with him The huge umlergroun.. ,-. %  , f^nilnSstruTwSSer, I II enjoy free tuition ;it most completed and read. 1 i % %  of rl B.G. Threatens To Retaliate On I in in igra linn GEORGUfTCra N B.G., AUMUBI ::*. Trinidad's dliva 10 strip CM Catend <>f "pn'lnbiti-.l iinnn% %  rep :.i iin i-i.w renardiifi other West lnduin tsl.nuts. natlVM "I" whom may be affected by Trinidad's artn>: %  i reec m iintisii 1 I • 1 ihli Govemn ItVlBI 11. ilTeetea bj ihti aged to be %  -i %  earing %  %  Ing, fiH . %  lo the %  ...... ,,. : .ill West Indian 11 :. %  Union Council n Brent m %  W. •rare in! .. %  !. %  1 ion thai tee make restrictive regulation* n v I lllnilris leilerition Ha idrd thai the t>|.i ot action l m* taken hi 1 Eh At lh< 1 %  %  f< ill i.iVi.n Cuba Can't Complain WASHING I The United Staaas >hould ueai mind Cuba'* % %  I LOfl DM rant t 700 p.•ent. snfd Mr. John McMtll 1 Ilemocr.it, South t'.' 1> itmsmg a mM-tina ,.f the AKHCUI %  Uvalihood He continued <"\ibon enne field workers a/Ill iw paytiig 90 1 more foi then overalls and 't I %  %  %  HI hlahly-pald Amarlew lndustral worker" RefemnR to a statement by ttu President of Cuba thai I seek cimiinei.ul %  ajaOBMnU Wltl European countries wheroby those .-.,. be extended ertali preferential rates hitherto reserved excluslvetj fo • States. Mr. MrMllUn ad 1. W ^ iii;i-l;i v in ItliilJii^ LUg Power Station By Helm Usher JAHLAMICA. Yugostavla. Aug 14 BOuaand nen ami arotttan ire toiling muni and da) a week In this itrateajk inauntaui vaUej 10 comi will t>, the second largest hydra ; not been pub'' lished but Yugoslav 1 riehn the station, due to start operating m 1953. will be surpassike up |b* %  aled tit I s bj Ihe high tariff later. )us: impj -,-.i on laxtUaa, and laeond, bj the goods which Cuba DUJ fiom Europe which m • vloual* i"ifht from the united st.ite*." B D i' Committe* Witt AdviseGovl On Local Ptoduction PORT-OF-SI'AIN. Aug II A ntne-m,.n .oninuttee has aeen appointed by the K. Agriculture and Lands, lion. Vlc'.t Bryan, lo idvlei Ojovarnaaant on the pro.luction of l--al vegetablea. tl*h and animal | With the idea ot making the Colony as telf-mifn. ictn %  11. nove by Qovarsi nan! in 1" aai*** of tacximg th.e ..i living in .. |.i."Vt .1 Mi 1 J Mint wi 1 head the Committee HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay After a tiring oVt) BOVRJL ( \^yp restores Xr£s you When ihe long srearvmg dav h over at bit a .up of Bovrtl is cheering and refreshing—Bovrd's hecf>', energising goodness hanithci ggkaaaCkal and Umituda and \ets Tu "P wonderiuilv. HIHIHHFH. HOVKIL miM drlieivui unSwuhn. and Improves all d.ihn. EQUIP YOUR TRACTOR-DRAWN AHD ANIMAL DRAWN VEHICLES S^kp IMPLEMENTS with DUNLOP FARM TYRES WHEELS HUBS BRAKES 1 %  1 1 .1 S.li \l,r, M l*, HCl MI nv I'h 1 t 4 *" M V IWii-t—1 VI(I . S fJ.Hl.Ut-l. Sfcl. 1 .'>,. %  „ h Mr.. Ii 1 I 1. PERMIT GREATER LOADS REDUCE FUEL CONSUMPTION 1 ELIMINATE DAMAGE TO CROPS 'PERMIT LOWER LOADING LINE RUN SMOOTHLY AND SILENTLY US Tightens Control On Imports aaiwinw, M v 1 . ftaMVALI 1 ^,-^| l :rx-'.. %  r %  %  falling f.n but 'till below dents Britain !tll tun ^ 1 the htained ofthf 459.134 Ligai fn m Empire ^-in g 1 < 1951, as against 161461 tons in the eorreepofkdlng period la %  June figure W ^8HINQTON. Aug. 15. The Unl ed States 1 if goodi that are escape us embarao. The TreatUl V I > %  p..l til I %  •1 led 11 Ilex %  ther imports 1 1 < %  > '*:i^,„ > in CoauaUtMal China or Juni ]950 North Korea, even If they passed urw for Brl ,| 5n aiilana. l|s:e help meet thetr livinn and other expea • %  The iiei.is of braining .0 -how some imat the Metropolitan V onl in the it w.i. position, School Include oil eondiiirmini-. with liiiitsh imports up to 4R.8hb %  utomoblu against 41.240 tons In (net-making, drafl ponding fign-arhine shop, printing, radio and mm where *"*" ', "" '~ h "V,*" 1, ^ 1,s refrigeration. The duration of as IKES?J !" ZJK ,JKS these course, vane, from n„e ,0 nstallation of machinery. T 1 %  tt.r.nel which will bring fl\ monster turbinei (only th wlD operate at the beginning) %  %  %  1 n 1 .. ii 1 ai|>pln I houl 1 stop. Trim. on woiiii market. gmpleted W june7 iwo"; to" 54'iani "m I* yvan 7 he prwrM It / ,s learned that many of the Jll|10 851 Pnlpt are of one year dur-itmn. Ing ihe U.S. t inder but it ii probnble. Mr. 1 the disguise of non-Communm xhe whole of the Inereane in geld, that aludenta pursuing a B roduct!" were filtering through Rrrtuin-a sugar ration this year hro-yeai ong Kong Macao and Italy, ihe has romft froni f 0rc |g n Treasury said thai among the lh(1 ngures show. Inip4*ti fnn goods which Will be affected by •„„,„, ,ource lotalleTi 887.OTS the crackdown atfe Chinese fur ,„„. m h ^ ||x-nWnUl per* .•.kins and straw braid.— 110,268 tons In the ponding period last year, Juno imports from foreign sourrcs 1 MS as against i t.ms in June last real Apart from purchases from Cuba, imports from San Domingo rose from 237.183 tons in the first half of 1950 to 232.291 tons in hhe llrst l ttthe of this star. Abu | rhown 111 the Board of Trade ligun Rico and 1.000 tens bom Haiti. —h t %  Eaautermen See Flying iHisiile OSLO, Aug. 15. Four fishermen U) Northern Norway reported 1 terday they had seen what appeal %  guided missile room over them possiblv "from across the Arctic. Fishermen were besides a fjord when UN ' llkt %  torpedo six lo ten feet long with a sharp point and steering tins went over their heads at I heigh. r f about 200 f. • The missile %  headland about half a mile They Mid there wai A rattling i.oi:!' -'like ;. tr.i'i overhead. Thi local official lnf.-7. similar assl-tnncc %  of their stnd:i-s Hope Seen For End Of Squabble LIMA PBHJ *Ug 14 Diplomatic observers were hope, %  Of Trinii, ma and Cm. nea MM TI |g uni 1Conni II % %  1 1 mcll \-iii throw iimd 'n> stand agaln-1 this arhilr..-. action %  %  1 .., i era in the bbeaa area who happen (0 VALETTA. Malta August tl. '~, .!!'^>' An Am.-i lean two United Slat ','!"" ,n "P*rtrt %  n..t.*h ,rt fighu., ,.1-nes iTaeerne certain thai untaei peed_ yesterday y .„.,.„, „.;.„ hi to bear against Trini:Jels Collide: I'ilol \liHsing 'ollided. al high in the biggest In the Mediterranean Sc 1 "I ore Ameiivaii Tilot were reK OM afi the crash, but no trace of U round datipite Intan Ivi -earch by the tea of four Atlantic pact nation*. testing tho defences of the Atlantic Army's southern nanll T'ie nursing pUot vai not identified. Meanwhile, the American Mm* . ^ S! P' cu nt tl > h, ; o '3n "" % ', ,s nalt their laMA rane n „J?" l uhn American squabble before the marines, gchedlUOd t in this rduntry, th.. bei of whom could aaseertain.^i icP 1 Mil Oil Shares Still Good Buy OfeetaaigaFroni t>BAGHDAD, August 13. It was announced Monday ta-it oed a new agreement With three foreign oil companies v itn concessions in its fields under which Iraq receives SO per cut of all profits. The agreement slaiied with the Iraq Petroleum Company, th1 WASHINGTON. Aug. 14. Baerah Petroleum Company and President Truman on Tuesday (ho Mniil Petroleum Company cnt the following message to provides Iraq will get that share Naiimuddin. Governorut profits retroactively to the be| of Pakistan, "the people ;mmng of this y. Of the United State }Oln in sendplans were also made for three nig to Your Excellency and to the companies holding concessions in neonle of Pakistan the good wish| ra q to step up production. From .u:. -. .,,^2 ,„ wl r< nl | production is LONDON, Aug 9. %  .sehuhi "1 i buy. in spite <>, fi.271 tons from Puerto '<-v Income* serious. These !" "^ TSffJgfifir. "H '" '••tf.et dr.He.;, impartial onlookers greete-i with ^ '*" %  '*LS_ "r '"", '"*" ' %  i "'"'"-'' ol Ihe l..i. ( | (in Firingns of relief the request made **">" n-rrous for ARstriCaO ,,.„„, ? '| Not only are they b] Pfl (Ml Monday U> the United P"^ .d on their own merits, he IrgenUna and A broadcast message warned all wrltMi bu t O? the ll „. (li:it i] r .,,-fhaT !" ^"> ?"•" ? • *tae potantteutias 3 the coming ihev investigate the mr.dent and J k "-P "'' r ihe planes and inursion int., the Canadian oUFcr It S^JiP* ,*>' Ai '""p during fV I ladorean oovarnmanl Jraneajand Italy, massed for gm..i ,-..• Ul( ,„„,,„„.. eharged that during the week-end !" "I ** %  ,„. „ I • refiners Pen, launched a series of attacks "" s %  „, from &^oreanoutpoit _riongth*:h?_A^ ..K !" small interest m the big I*di U %  %  .inch may ill be the hemming of in 1111li'aq Mukes New Oil Agrerinents British navi the An • long disputed border. Peru eoun'<-.pedoes rockcU. and bombs, at terarJ that -drunken" Ecuadorean *nr to-day..!" .the wak< troops had fired on Peruvll 1 an Ecuadorean ,[< %  Peruvian troop*. — U.P, Malta by American |eU which cnight many dcfendniK British planaa on the ground. Cotlon Down NEW YORK. Aug. 14. Cotton price, gdve ground pi*ristently after htsiunt opening POLISH OFFICERS IMPRISONED R> Charles Ridlr* WARSAW. Poland. Aug 13 Nine Pol.sh oflicers i % % %  : %  !. „;.%  11 it opens up poa^btllUai for the luture whleh oan hardly be Investor do bettei tl an amne soaculatOtl who have *-ien rushini! to buy Can ... .'.are* with oil Interests." —BUP. i.ydu uiil. In.... rn.iiO-J. Aarnl'Itwr, A.-.-i.tl.Hi M.inl • 11 <" toiw. t'mpl 1 rMII 01 In ml. Alrnli. S S AaaXHtimon. MI Um.. .'pl Vrilr#lr du-i. A" %  '• %  •in. A,-.i. t-w S r M A lo ml 1 US lt-n. 1 %  • %  1-%  %  1 1 ii % % %  .a. AOtfita M.i. a-olnri A...IIM f.. II I . I. I ,| Nitnx-hrll Oil Twite '.-,. a Co IM lltrSKM HI s i*ii AB.P.Il a OB 11,1 ii.il.nl I. .V Ion iKiun. Ii r,*,. Mnai AuiiH> Ijidv M .M K,< irlllunr. Aa>" 1. Caat s •• 1 In Touch with Barbados Coattal Station (•(•!> and WlNkM IWMI hmiM> I id llaithHko CMH Slatiuf. Tr. *l S iii>rM. s nriii s Tindr. M H aaaae s s ,1.. %  %  $ ArfenUna si rminki ... 1 Ak-. naaast, si N O Bjuurnaa a AI.I Clnnanl. SS Carina. Ungp. SH Tlr. im, R 8 1 •naitw. a s A %  1 a. Ueini.. 1 I a Ait.a^. -. H Faau Ij.niuc-'ur, % t I Arm. HI WIllMnaud/P}**, HI 1 1 % %  S. iv-t.H-. s S PaS l.i„.. SH Uaae-iii. HS Maroan s H Ii—I.. > a Uranta. s s < ( Cat Ii—.1* s s ci.li Campanplla, S, l/arh H Al--lmrr. 8 S Peltrr I. %  %  WhllW Htlla, N S Anvil J H.W-. H H Kai.an tUlHI,. a S All...r.l.ln \|. r*lr MAIL NOTICE an DolliM "til ! %  rloaed al <1.-I.P.I l^iM Offlre na iindar M M>ll .1 10 a %  \ ail *l I n in aiul Ordll 7 at p m. on thr isu. Aaguat, ir %  gatli Hnmiirt.. SI J.,Mi. %  ,, ,1 _,.... J'-n-i Mall aM • 1 tn Oiaiimi. Mtl ta Mam lor Beliiah Oulam. i.v il* F.a.a-a W Him th v.il1 tim loaa-l fcwial IX*t Offiee aa umlrt: Parcel Mall -nd Mr.. -the^roMUtfo^theM k NEW TYRE DESERVES A NEW DUNLOP TUBE THESE AUTO ACCESSORIES 1 %  "inn 11 111 11111:11 inni". TVRK PBfiCltl Rl *.\IEH BATTBKf iivnRdMirTEft SIMflNI/ WAX A CI.KANEk CHAMOIS Url. Tin* IIVIlKAULIC HRAKF Fl.t'lfl VAl.Vr; c.RiNiiiN'i GOaaTOQIfD rvuttn f.AHKKT (T.MKNT Bl.\< K rop DaaaaWINQ MlfKKINd Wlllhl. ((iVKItS FI.l.tTRICIAN PlBftl A --rnliUllRIVKRS si rr 11 lit: IK.inn; IIIID fRONT IPUKai I'H' POaUl a HI*. 10 H'' IKIIM SPRINt.S (OK MORRIS K II I* A 10 III'. Bram tii/nu POI ILL MOfMn-i BKOLMH CAM DM VHHOVI/INf. QAIKBTT ftfft R ALL MAKFS ECKSTEIN BAY STREET •ros. and tional annivcrs; nnPakistnn". —t'.P. COMMUNISTS FIGHT FOR POWER IN ALBANIA ROME. Aug. 14 Albanian ref.,.. serious fight (Or the Communi-t Albania and I Mehmet Shehu may replace PieEnvei Hodja, u the rea pected to reach about SO million ions annuallv with Inq". earning BbOUt C59.CK1G.0U0. —U.P. Reduced Imports \\ ill Ctll Metal WASHINGTON. Aug. 14 tin may oom"there. T& in S* 1 %  Of metal, but current allocal afj will probably Ix* n t th.oujM 1951 n high cfTlcial of the national productive '%  id on Tuesday. He %  a (cmumers al 90 per cent of the inptlon rate %  f om" it tonnage en em stockpile* are expected to ShehuHocana at Uiat rate through the fi*h supplies but thing II' —1 P. more than 10.000 Alba |jka"—well-t..lo I been Imprisoned or sent to laU.11 camps because of thetr re*Ut;.r.rc I Mimunlst programme* A nevwletter said the Albanian Commun.-t party was shaken up %  1 It > %  RelaPmishina at a low level for the u-ncad 1.. prison terms ranging showed losses of from ten years to life In 1 21 to 28 pointThe failure of the ment on Monday on thai G'vernment weekly crop sumplotting to overthrow the Governn.ary to particularly emphasize raent and •pviiig for • %  Imperialist the Texas drought lltlMtlon powt brought a Hood of liquidation by Pour Generalrecent buyers at 'he eloai But to hfc uni 1 mest of the oflei to 15 years; a Majoi b *.h hedginand ,, on. Bt-Cott) rithor against new crop beginnings mander in the Navy to U or additional purchases out of the One of the defendants was also Governm p ooled ~ crap report said that while r,r rmin-. during the wei I P beat and drough' 'checked fru '"pment." thev favoiire-l weevil canDaliii I ..11.in Goidg Back To Gupilul LONDON. A Th-. off Cornmunist Has I'liiiiiics Into Bottom Of Luke ITALIAN RIVIERA. Aug 14 Police and arm) reacue teams l rgan attempt* to rais be*-i ineuHy m getting nenr the Indian fl have ; .udless coup —t'.P. Touribt Receipti POHT-OP-SPAIN. Aug. 1 .1 loader rotn the be pere.,1 January to July 1951 representatives in $93 440 • .d S12.19J Ith W.5.1fl :4. %  1 Ot It M'HTO.MFKS AKI rsnsKBD TO NOW THAT 01 fl WORKSHOP AM> SKRVIMM. DaVAKTMI.NTS WILL Bl < IflSKI) FROM MONDAY. (Rl> SFITIMIII-R WO IVllal Ki:-OPKN AGAIN ON MONDAY. I7TII SIPTI MHKII tMl, SO AS TO DfAaVel OIK I'KKSOWI I. To II IVB THUK ANNUAL taUVB. bUat GASOLINK. SPKAYI'AINTINf.. 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PACK WH:R I! \lilt.\DOS ADVOCATE Tlll'RshAV AK.IST I* I Ml BARR\0C_AB\ r QgE I Mr..4 SI. nilr(.l Thursday. AqguM Ifi. 1931 SI WVII.I. THF. illution for the sum of $1,000 to meet the cost of preparing roads and house sites at Seawell mi defeated in UM M.mse of Assenw lay. Public regret in this mutter will be greater because the rejection was based <>n an apparent misundarstandiiif by the opponents of the scheme The Government had at its disposal 28 I „t land M Seawell and formulated a nie to lease it in four-acre lots. It Intended to establish economic agricultural boldingl in that area and to encourage the initiation of a co-operalive %  movement between hona tide ngricullurTlie land was not to be lei to people following other callings. The Opposition itemed t<> have been imbued With the idea that the Government was attempting to establish another housing soti erne by which il was proposi*d to furnish hot! e spots t" people who wanted %  I <-ir houses there. The merit of the scheme and the fact that cooperatives were long over due in Barbados did not weigh with the Opposition even although it was admitted by Mr. Crawford that II the Government wanted to initiate a co-operative scheme it should do so. Il did not even matter that the Department of Agriculture was pnpacnd ive the schemo all possible support and assistance by supplying modern equipment for cultivation and advice by the officer* of the Department on the care and rotation of crops The Opposition argued blindly that inasmuch as there was K*va\ turn! banner in this island, the land at Seawell should be divided among as many people as possible whether or not thev wen economic holdings. It is true that there are hundreds of people in this island not now in possession of land, and who are anxious to acquire small plots for housing, and it is also true that there are not enough spots to accommodate all those who are now searching for places to remove their houses. But the majority of these are confined to St. Michael; and one point which has been overlooked is, that this problem, having assumed th* proportions causing the present alarm, can oi 6 by %  policy of land settle The tWO issues are distinct even if closely rel a ted. In one there 11 a need for housing space. In the other there is a need for economic agricultural holdings where Agriculturists can live and support their families without having recourse to other and supplementary forms of employment. Above all this, the Government intended to give a healthy lead to the establishment of CO-operatives In 'his island. Another means of Introduction had already failed. A Cooperative Officer had been seconded for duty and trained in England, legislation had been passed, and the Director of Agriculture had even had added to his already numerous duties those of Registrar of Co-operatives. Still nothing had been achieved. The Government realising the necessity for and the benefit of co-operatives now attempted to launch such a scheme while giving opportunity to agriculturists to acquire lands under lease. The opponents .1 the scheme wore under the erroneous impression that it would have been better to supply 20 odd people witii house spots than to Ive •even agriculturists sn oportunity to cultivate .. nomic holdings and u> launch tn agricultural co-operative %  cheme which might have been followed by others. It is singularly unfortunate that .so valu able a scheme should have been lost especially i.i misunderstanding of the issues at stake. This does not however mean that this is the end of co-operatives in Barbados or that the Government will not formulate other proposals for theii men! Such schemes are too valuable to *he economy of this island to be abandoned Furniture And Furnishings (1837-1901) Local I-'IHMI To The Editor, SIR.-i read your editorial ol n Mih In* headed %  i i Food" with *i howam i malu no rtf< ran i u< UM actual i i i of arable sen planted which I tni Important point. In paragraph i editorial tn.it a reduction m ri in favour of provaBOn crops would not afteii Ui reveaui it li panar a lly agreed ihiii JI lugai crop i> • %  bettei psytni %  it %  U %  ; roducllon "of fo During Onwar period un •• %  ragula. i>ei>klnit ti"" t our arable acreanc Was plantad In provisions and one c ,i leSbs that prevailed almost go the dose ..f UM century. Funilture beciinc clumsy, and ti, ionosphere of rooms irousty. ao cluttered WSffl ,-.i! mastlve ntmnuni and quantities of amull obji phuii>Kraph*. Bamboo pier maefafl tabl %  U chenille cloili* and jotled with janhnii stands, sociables, c chairs and lOVS Mitt UsU-macaSMrs. Pictures rowi brliuani analine dyes iud takei pli I at* %  %  .etabti dy< WlUlsm HorrU the lust enutai <>r the In Hindi* publb %  Britain His most successful production was his wall-paper, whJ turnRurs and ironwork. An oriental touch •••'UM form Of Chinese glnger-)nrs, Satsuma ware and fans; furniture became more fral result of in lental Insj Irs An Nanveau bet %  UaS vogue. Its high Une wnn-h', dominated furnltur and w-aii decI from th %  Tine w '" 1! '* a"d furnltur;* ..lik,. with their leaves am blossoms. Ksre ind there a Jpr Im •* %  to be seen. the thna lag which exlste %  ( hlf i turs In Brltal %  nd th* Wi-t Tidies existed also in furm'uiv Mid funi'shings* Thi% tune l. lfc ; was accentuated a* the result of low prise of suaai which i (innni; the first quail, i Of tha 20th eeanary. Neither tl. tiesien* oi wmisu Morris, th Influence of "itreenery yallery" or of Art Mseeass -piH-an t" hava i id the slightest influence on llarbitdion int.r: r Little Change to Oust %  %  Vh torlan fnlartor here until the nwderntetit atvle popularlstxl by the Kxhlbitkn 1924 25, and the Parti Exhibition of IW, reached this Island in the Qilrts >liss Graham (onus Bark B iMii Prague l><4*% nlial sli %an .mil founts m Oil llolicllIT linn % %  ! MI a ii.:.I %  Mfaai for Mr. Arflnir %  lriis*r? TMI SIFTIS C. M. T,..,.!. ,/^ t By BEFTON OKI Ml K How far, I wonder, are nun ben ol tinexecutive ol the NeUonal Union ol Mlneworhers %  ware thai they have sltowe MM tl es in a maim upeialnm < %  %  < % % %  nmuiusl political w irfsre' And ill (' %  !Il"' .somewhat liebUlOUl prospect of collect] i JLU.U00 gift from t vakia. If they have am doul I it. I suggest lliey have a talk, as I have just done, wluh MUM Jane Oranaaa. "f I0J Qreat Itu selldieel, I on Ion, W.C'.I. hss Graham ii one of tin. 3041 British tOUriSUl Who have ]U8t letiiriHil from %  fortnight's holila ,,. i u cbo lovakla (PrR-e i;:i7 UK, Lnchislre % %  < fan Inf.) Hers was the Hi t of foul parttM wsuch are to visit < eel oslovakla thii lununei , of the Commu i>,,,..,,. n. [ %  ,. ,t.r .. i ind with the itlonsl I'm.in ol Hlne.akeis. The gc h s n aS N<> douat H '>t seended dne .ixi dandy 18 months an,, when Arthur Homer, the miners H reury, first put the %  Pregrc iviI'DUIS' %  cherne bt I x.-i uttve He hud at last found | way, he told them, of Britain the E4o,ooo subscribed bj ih miners for the victims <•< the eThltehavefl it dtsi b Britain. The Pi %  image trips t I the mom-, pi id bj the iiutish tourist;* being sent lovaki.i. it would ( %  m. wre, And d would be used to pay the i iMO.ooo to the Cu Of the Miner*' UWOn. Screened Now, of course, nothli be Dsore deslrsble than thai Biitish tourist;; should be greSil i r travel around M (reety arlUwut cranes, and wlthoui having ind i on them bj ti" 1 %  itl oi lUi %  shana, that the t itlvc %  %  * ; the) K'i> % %  conu I did, then thi an amarini; lack ol meant DOthlni UsH than the the Iron Curtain. What in tad der the ;..! %  !.: %  e it P ihe exact reV ri i Of I I In London all tourist! arc ranfnll' not i tiade unionist, siii-i'i d througlL Man) sj found unuliatue iwaj with bhc Inlormatlon thai tiv are "already hi As for travelling freely m ..,kia. UHfeSS UMtflStg are given %  bulk visa, said Miss (.'.ilian. %  i* v\ H ipedally explained ha n that thli iiii.inl that we had to stick together In one party n* in. pauun "I 1 "' not valid when .>.< weie ni-t !>> oui %  From f %  . mi Instruments ol it i,a. in the %  %  i . A ban we %  Mi rlanske 1 Cgech spa where ^e were told m lining HI havi kind ni hoUda) M in dinar} Cteeh tradei unionists. %  \ brass band was waiting to plaj us In A partj of Csecl youth brlgadli ovai n chanting "We want i>eace.' The) preae I nowen on us end wrung our I tt %  larUlngV 1 Bpceenes i tout %  part) ol tnslaeru n the il same Uun) itai Bui %  : i parts ' : At ever) %  sal Uw 1 i MUM Hum MiPoUitt, who. iii %  %  lanatlonj of what ;hi-v have stea .. | ..: %  .Wiem httie buUetine of world news, • Y HI mil he int.-:. bear t l .... Her Itee % %  irtu ra" i . talk, in K ,. ss a spe, bti ireat, the ih i ssven out t.'.s. plani that I Chins I No Surprise missed was ana aw i of ci Itlci the Bntlah visrlors. It did no %  asm to occur to i %  > % %  i* cuilar," said MaM Oraham, "tha a .-I wors t '. spa >'. ni fed the Cteeh, One bl| aaaraitlon r trtri wi tho Lanlnarad was completely empty." Nor did anyone aaOW m; signs of surprise when th" I.-teries thi party aialted wen i-iiher closed foe the noUaayi '• that no workers were present as at the glass factory in Karlor) Vary, n almost deserts I oi workers, as at She open-cas mine In Sokolov and al Ins iwmill m pfariaiuats Lasne. N.. one dreamed ol lh.it the workers might hSVi been kept dallfaantolj from tii* sceno in order that Ihe part) should have no chnme of L'lking u any but the nand-plekeo u rOniaai preasnted b %  hem i>j Mis. PolUtl a Co, When ihe lirlilsh perl a collective farm out %  Kl Lame no one asked wh.u IL.I i iiapix-ncd t the four Czech fanning families who .'ind stayed out of Ihe collective when th other 27 in the district joined ll Nor did anyone sec lit to con meat on the fact that many i %  i in Me formerly Sudeten-German villages they sa* were being left empty and allowed to rot The B UIBBJ 1 l to be outdo Un thi orthodoxy of their vhra Ihe completenc's of then en%  '. Bssaaai Afterwards . %  : %  ported %  -.In ltd Lii 1 ol the £40,000 to UnWhitehall. Thev could now well afford to pay many limes that an BUhent pro ga nda they tting. Toira" p.I" :> %  number two has just begun Its ttSp Two m ire .*. tit follow this -iimnier. And .)>MrIt.nn poll.:: proudly men go on tin % % %  %  %  tin and tall in achoi week'hops and hospitals, il they have aaan It remains to b,> seen how many %  iraham. Confronted with such hi.;ures. Trevelyan ,s unimpressed; he thinks the Social History^ ar from his best work. (It was lirst pub-l ished in the U.S.A, during the war; and or C 42.000 which he earned from it £39.000; vag paid hack in English and American axes). Karly in his teens at Harrow. Trevelyan' letermined to become a historian; to him history is a romantic busine*t. and it still strikes him as miriculous that • t h e r men. low dead, worried and throve where ,ve now walk 'This is the most familiar i n d certain act about life." he has I aid. "but it is also the most poetical." I In 1896 he took his First In history. fOt-j owed in 1898 by election to a Fellowship at I | Trinity. Six years later he married the. : :econd daughter of Mrs. Humphry Ward; a lood of li\ l/lll. MASTERFORM DESKS TYPISTS DESKS TYPISTS CHAIRS DESK CHAIRS CUPBOARDS FILING CABINETS (Foolscap) Mrs HERE AGAIN LIONIDE LEATHER CLOTH \l KOI I If QtUlITi 50 INCHES WIDE Yard. Al 92.37 pt-r ALSO BIRKMYRE GREEN CANVAS 72 INCHES WIDE At S7.lt i„r Yard. GREEN WATER-PROOF CANVAS 72 INCHES WIDE At Sit.'2.1 p*>r 1'ggrsl. DA COSTA BCCENTEK ? M> i In part, we trust him for his lack of colour. He has never been the don of eccentric anecdole—like Dr. Buckland. of Church, who kept a guinea-pig. a bear, jackal and a monkey m his dining room. £ Trevelyan is a quiet and moderate sifter of v the receptacle of other men's his*! tories. ;; %  if this kind cannot save the world; £ but while '.hey live in it. it is not wholly ; Prom their complex labours of refer£ ence and cross-reference, corroboration and proof, we emerge as our descendants will £ 'KMOW US. > COCKTUI. SUsAGIs \ COCKTAIL ONIONS S (ARR'S < III I -I TIT BITS J DANISH i III I -I S LOBSTER 1RAB ; I'RINFS v I'EANl'TS rhr < ;-IA'K STRAWS ^nrisi j x PATI DE FOIS r.RA Mr n ** ravin.i imv rK I II I I i OF SOLE -MUM C KlPI'tftS s WORIll I'Ul'VHHIHT KEHRBVKD BAKERY GOODS PHONE <.OIl AIIIIS TO-DAY —I..E s .• ._ ,,_,_.,.,.,.,.,., ...„;:;;..;;;:;-.:;;:<,;;:;;;::::::::'.::-'



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nil RSDA, \1 GUM Hi. IJI UARBADOS AllVOt VTI PAOI FIVI Labourers May Gel Land AtDodds ABOUT five acres of land al Dodds Plantation mav be rented by (Jmernment to labourers at the plantation! A Resolution to that effect was passed by the Houae : AMtR) bly on Tuesdav last. IIOIISI: I.I tines i\H \IM Death By Misadventure ry vni BV MISADVLSTIR K* !" *%  ** was the verdict returned by a nine-man jury Brhen the inquiry Into tlir death of Mi Donald Mapp, % %  • Mich* The Addendum u> the Resolution laic Sf. y .. (Amendment) Aet. 1931. authoiTh^toronrrwasMr ( I.. Wa!I*. thc ExecuUve Committee wyn Acting-Police Magistrate of with the approval of the LegwlaDistrlct -A' Mapp met his death turc lo lease any lands which ; %  !! over the gallery ol they may possess the Male Quarters at the S:. This resolution is to seek the August 3 necessary legislative approval. Dr. A. S. Cato whe performed The House of Assembly on the post merlem examination Mid Tuesday passed a Resolution to that the spine of Hw decease^ WJS authorize the Government to. fractured, but death was due to lease the Princess Alice Playing pneumonia and the fracture of the Field to the Vestry <•' St. DMS Talks To B.G. SCHOOLBOYS ARK I \ I Pharmacist* %  %  I Bervio i.id a group of phariti i t'aik last nlahl '"These instltdlea give n%  I I am glad to know In H i M Ic I spine could have been rause<1 bv Michael a fan rraca a building, Eliro COX, a 67-year-old inmate of the Almshouse said that on August 3 aboul 2 p.m. he went upst.irs to UM Malt ijuai ter.,,., %  saw Mapp standing by a nallerv. Suddenly he heard a groan and %  BW Mapp jump over (he n.illei. rail which is about three feet six high. He went to the gallerv and saw iuef£lw MaPP iyin '" U,C ''"WdVa'llnVw'urihrTrn^^au'on iallr-,1 b, on. „f iho „,. „,„,, 0rdl „ jncl „„,,.„ 8 |mn> m Amur: In character. The Ojpartnxni ol Hoanl Of Health Revoke 'Animals' Regulations THE General Board o( Health yesterday revoked their ram)*mates of the Almshuus. Department. His body was re moved by two p i Ietwhen Barrow and the oAl ( iter-Peliliuil wanted tu .have certain mailers T „ Mr { . ,., that his made clear concerning :(• Mis|.,., , ,.,,,,. %  ion and when Hoyto did not ti„. k ,.,. then g>iattand a rnasrttng when summon, n ,,; o C(iuin A INT London %  rollrd 1 m and -" ion 1. In the It unman V for V H> i %  UM JraU by wy ol Pjrong ym N Uli Uiuted N..I101 %  •lUtl.lCli mm 1.. put M Witt 18 othi Of fill' Man ediiiument captured In Kor, The malic nu b able awal Va-s ly. built i %  ... a 134 TEE -tanduiii Ki:JJII medmni tank anil wen n'. aaj Can. < h.iili ni;. i : M HI.".Meal I HI l Jiiadian 'iialhnsrr. Carltib r .. morningf 1 %  • i sundries 121 bav of boil 64 side-. M i byef, 1X0 can :i i . %  %  | fell into the gutter belo . fi. Poll. Osurvini %  "' Dtotrtct Iu,t„" ,fW ,„ D '!* 8 j t '* Al "B" Court, si. George, ya ata rda lined James Bostu of si. Qcona. $96 to be paid forthwith or in dtfaui: thraa month-' Impriaonnwr with hard labour ff liquor without a licence. Mr. E. W. Harrow appeared on behalf of Bos tie who committed the offence on June 6. S KN-TCNCE of six months' Iraiiment with hard labour was yesterday paastd on Ehunutl dinance also had these powers, and In order lo prevent duil i etion by two authorities on the same subject, il was now necesaary ("r the Board to revoke the regulationthrv bad, s.. lhat the mailer might be proceeded with in Uw new Act. There ..*; unanimous agreement The Hoard approved the application for the dlviclng off of I33.M3' sq. ft. of land in OM lot from an area of land at Workmai ed. another General SupennU-n„.,„;,.„, ',„'";„," A _,'.",.,.,, "L" 11M .\'. of OS longuei and elgh nl was appointed. inlende.n WM permitted %  I O* cell livers. This cargo wa Rev. M Ranasay who Mldcd fror y ready gi\ r en evidence w\< S s tWrlulhlne which called so lhat he could \cam I Memi /• died as to Rev. If*al ih : said. Ail drug a'*ts should havr a kr^ %  leal imu the Island: Ihe Gener:' iiospitoi. th. Mental M*pital, th %  < Ine nf the i nHaaati monk at n" ihe In %  || „f n,, r %  eral Hospital.*' he said He said tit d In 181h %  uota i mini %  %  Brtdeatpwn A ou.. was hold at this Hall on Qatohe a of thai ye,.i The rh.dm.an wa i Lord Bash pot Ai thi* rneetine i We passed It h d tWO WhlCh Weir (A) DUO condttle %  %  munlh it is absohiti ursanuji neoeeaery that ihei ;.hould be an Inatltub treatment and i are oil id (bl thai i u scrlpUoni Ihe upkeep ni this inatHute On June i i M:IH BI pot %  %  %  %  %  %  ii. the Sneaki Aaatmbly, the Attornc lenerel %  Ina ol the fjon ora l rlos) | iJuu < %  IH* mej had col %  -led m.OOO and Qovem m e u t I whld) became ntertated, pro %  lares sum THE QUEEN'S COLLEGE team of Brit v hieh 'Ani take perl In the triafftgutei namen' ir.,ni:;ii. D) Uv 5.S ('ana di.m < halleimer Arnold Gib X.lv..,.!, be thi tgh w i ii I ..f UW II %  %  i III do wel! "gad Mem were mii\ real lhe\ i %  Irvlni %  %  %  Le< Trinidad %  I brillsh I asr.il WO WOO one % %  { < %  ,j JB... T „, _, th : %  ", 1 .mpinn. at Table d is looking foe* ftoub returns t Lael Tour 1 .. \. i i M I"... He will bo rtni at the %  %  evening with a football %  H Ronald Bacchus, Victor i %  >.' %  % %  i %  %  • 'i FOR LINQLEUM WOOD FLOORS AND FURNITURE Alleyne of Maxwell. Christ Church Sl Goor e h > Mr s JGoodman by Mrc Q Orifflth, Aotlna The Board considered the apphPnhce Mag.strate „f District B" cation for the division and sale of ror stealing a wrist watch, the land In lots at Porlers. St JaTrHM properly of Mrs. J Drew 3 ( by the executors of the Welches, (.hnst Church. s. Manning, deceased. They also Alleyne pleaded guilty. The gave consideration to the altersy !" £. f lh w,Uh 48 tion of the approved plan by the \4LMBr.ks of the Windward present owner Mr. W. D. Phelps. by •i**.Cricket and Football team eividing aff 307.400 sq. ft. from and the Queen's College team of 10 acres 2 roods 24 1/6 perches of British Guiana who are here to land. Ihe remainder of lot No. 4 take part in the Triangle Schools' Decision on this application Tournament will be entertained was deferred, pending inspection to-morrow night by the members of the land by the Sanitation Of Number Six Club of the Oirla* Officer Industrial Union at Queen's Park. The application for the The Y M.C.A. has also planned and sale of 3.702,230 sq. ft. of land other entertainments for the visin lol at Mounl Dacres Plantaitors who will play cricket and tion. St. Joseph, by Joes River T?: 6 ^" a Wl U kc i,n in Sugar Estates Ltd.. was consldatnlettcs against the local schoolred. but decision was deferred %  in CMahonj mid i .! %  rethei interesting thai Uw i with Mr. D H. L. Ward Instructreason Tor not attending the me-t s UamemiHni whirl, brought iide.1 <>n ihe ,,..ed by Carrington & Seai\ for Rev '"'*. ., . Oeneral Hoepiul rtand Hoyle and others, led' questions .. ''' "' u ** !" i( "Jj ,: '' "' which iried chiady lo bun.: ou Ho >' 1 uUl h,m v ;" "'} '' '" h '"' '""' ,| that Rev. Hoyle did not attend P ,,r !" ,( comr u ""' a fSr ni ducha, chickenand hens from the meeting; because he had beer. ^"^ 0 b ^ ,il ^ ,S( J '. *"'" P AmMerdam. advised lhat the meeimg was %  %  <""•"> M. he did not know II, it T ,„. raln U .|„ V(M| „ u un |oadlng illegal and not because he fell b M " ,l %  "•• %  "> %  ol the challenger and onl .. few would have been injured if he the rneeOnj was oecauae he w n |, Khu r wrrt llUli attended. He wanted to how advlaed that the meeting that Hoyte wanted to gel luafWV convened, proper meeting summoned. He was appointed Acting Sup. Mr. W W. Recce, K.C aSSOmtendcnl and he .i|.|xiinted dated with Mr. .I S n Dear Board to |0 into the rtghls on< Inslruclod by Messrs. Hutchlnson Kol the mat and Banileld Ll %  ppeaimi; foi eould proceed with the othi Frederick Barrow and the Others, meeting; Alter the lath when b Herald "l''ade\ Out" did < 11 turn up, he met him afterAnother question to be disputed wardl and Ulld him that a conis whether Ihe going mil of Ildential friend had loM hi %  0-1 existence of the Ohrl M >hey had ammunition Herald which normall) gavi him notice of meetings for and Mr. Ad.m at this appointments of O on erol SUIMInotice appearing in ino "ewsintendenta meant that the General paper before ihe 26th In OdUCB Superlntirttetit arnoet elc.tion Hoyte ex p l a in ed why was published last would eoncould not be held. Inn Untie to be General Superintenbeneath that war Ramsay • natJM dent. for the meeting Answering questions from To Mr. Adams he said cross-examination by Mr. Adams, net remember whether he lookr Rev, i-anii't ndd Ui %  i tho ran not remcmlicr if Rev Ramsey, i K notice. i From Page I Weal does have it, and fes it will be dropped on them "I never met anyone who had heard a foreign broadcast. The Russian workers with whom we associated did not own radios. They were too poor". None of the released prisoners had themselves worked in war factories, but they emphasised lhat many of their fellow prisoners had. Moat of them had worked in Russian industrial factories including the October Revolution Factory at Odessa where they helped to conitrucl plows and tractors They said that they had lived (in a prisoner of war camp in Odessa and were taken back and forth to the factory under guard. At Ihe factory, however, they worked next lo Soviet eiti/ens, and most of them during their yean <>[ captivity had learned enough Russian to carry on a eon,ii atlon, In Gone. Health They were u*ansferntd t" Kiev and .suddenly for no announced reason they were segregated from the Russians in factory work. The men appeared in good health and said they were well fad, BOOM were husky and tanned. They said there was a lot of grumbling among Russian workers who were dissatisfied with their low wages and high prices. They said many of the Russians with whom they struck up friendships had seen ihe West during the war and expressed desires t) return. The prisoners arrived In Wesl%  %  %  venal noun iu>t among Ihe neon-lit street* of thebalteri .1 city "window shopping" One said; We just couldn't belleve il could be so wonderful. It was like stepping from hell mlo II' pending the receipt of more information about the roads. Consideration was p o stp oned a* regards an application for the dividing and letting of 503.744 so. ft. of 'land in lots at the Pine Estate. St Michael, by the Housing Board. In The House On Tuesday SMW1I luaVwaj TMmonry !• A RvaoluUniIn ant turner Ihr Governor i<. mitr into %  • % %  nwni wtlh m ptraon to Mrva hi Ihe rvimrlmeul ol •loirnc* %  nd Ancultur In Ihe Onto* ot ttov,„ndil "i I .,.!.,.-, net. A Kc4uhllH.il I <..< uw Vaatrj ..i Ctiraa ia k-* P^r. i ot tan lasMM i i i.K-U II inr.-hr*. p-lt i.< ihf tlfivrrnnv ., period not CKrr.-dlnS I Playing r %  • %  i A Mm..lull. Governor to with • Ol C-l.lUll.hlr. %  i. to author.•• Ui. -nlcr into mm a !" cth* Dtpartmcnt of Some* Md Asrlcultur* in th ofSr* ot Oov nnmri,'. Al & A BMOIOII.." I. aurhoriw Govnbol Hvc acr*i ol land to -.buunrr. ai UOTM> plan tot Wti A IU-ol -|.~ c;*t > rniii.e>il to IcaM Ote ftiaet-* AMe* PtaylrW Plftd to Ol* Vwtr> Anflft% %  ai.au> to b* n ."-i %  n fl i,. irM n oi U.r al -1 u*.irp"4 • %  liiO" >narbad*t i-oan Ai' )•• • it** -ai Tha Kinix NUaunve (.II. ii Tund. n ither plaintiff and go-between when Hoyte would not attend U* meellng, bad said hhat Hoyui would ii"t IKMining, i' %  meeting was Illegal. The meeting was Khedulea W" January 6, 1949. Rev. Hoyte voJ notified by a represenlallye from overseas to call a meeting '.•• discuss his mal-.idmini'ti.itlor and bar mortgaging the Chrl 'i..n Mission. "I". Rev. I^rrier said, "w.n a representative sent fr.vn Panama ! oidnined in 1941 K44 ihe Oeneral Ho pli.. i modate T7 B> 1844 and IHSH an Mt< deveiopnieni look plat a ii"> mment was pamcui.n lj in %  pat lal giant (in the mem ,.t ine Hi II imidate nick neitrmm. OoVernmi rit gave well during lha ngfntC building devetop%  %  the General H< pita %  aid In I860 n 100011101 %¡ EORGETOWN. Aug. 15. which were frequonl •ometlme %  h aulena Oovernnv al .. irlj Btw nounced u„ developmenl %  or SKI.4fl4.QOO initial Issue f ,,,.,,(,, ho n. IIMHI and mOT tU.400.iNHi 11 c. Develoi men) %  ,|ll h , 1 I-K 10-day Thi Later tl In ion-R ,. half peInjure 1 %  %  ..%  .„ ..I .1 1 fruit from M LAKSI luge re Re4 Larrlei %  d pointed and ami aajabi I year. To Mi Ad urn hi aald thai ai %  %  %  ,., ,1 ., fttJ %  %  Hot ni'-" Al the mrolln( thcji Ihr mal.in' •-'""•' ''"',", ,',.,„. rrtruary al which the Board „! m .<• nufrlin. < %  '';"" manamnr-nl pu:prlnl ... di..,.i., <>" Januar.v 28 laid, u Rev Hoyte %  l''"'esl frcm diftpient rhurrhea. I old a proj-er mee!in rii-.t tn-'.i**"" tf the Chrl M "•' { %  hi. Last V*lines* Dalton H . %  to give oviHe got the delefate la attend dence yesterday. ngthfougn Oe nera l .superintendent In i84r .he churches, be I Hi Id At that til %  :ul remcm'er hoi H %  were on Hoyte*i Ida and h had bean bough* • 00 hi. own There was a when ltd condition was. Lad. the I Supl. In "45 the* Ion frverythlnc it would bi ,1, that A U I bet b> 'i' 1 lo aril d Rev Dalton Hoyte's father, was -Th. 1.... % %  .iierintendent in 1U4'>. lance." he Hid. "bet %  He .(id not oomplete M i >••• i •-' t %  %  Uw rnaaulni office because of lllneai MM I. he was sick he requested lx w ,,en they had lo take out ol mof them to allow his sun t.i iiniMi aaaneral funda rrem tho cl > out hii term of office. rour u,. txpressed i nwfH ngrecd, but he did not aifrie 0 „ m iinue running it at a loss In 1946 Dnltoii Hoytl I It Want i itl He pointed Oen< ral S '..•.. elected In ThChn Uan Hlaston it' ;>I:i and i holera, ami had M


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rv.i six BARBADOS ADVOCATE THI'RSDAY. VUGl'ST 16. 1931 VJOW'S th.'titne fir this young nun to learn the safe, comic vray to Inner CUa'ili'uts! A glass oftpaftflnf "tejr" Andrcu's it I deltphtfully refreshing drink. paraai sun, however, II ensure* everyday good health by cleaning the mouth, settling the otomsch and toning up the %  ully, Andrews pwtly touch. Just a teaspoonful in a glass of old *ncr and here's an exiting, sparkling drink — here's the way IO Inner Cltaniinest! ANDREWS UVERSMT iTHE^IDEAL fORM-OF LAXATIVE



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THURSDAY, Al'i.rsT If.. 1S.-.1 UAItllADOS ADVOCATE I' >... CLASSIFIED ADS. IM,H " TIUKFMONI 1101 For Dim • Marriage rrarge "1(1(9 for any i up to 50 .r-d € cent* pt between %  *-d • pm RBBMgg i FOR SAI.I: ... I I ^'"U and In Mmiorlan* noOcea M •V H on week-dav* and (1 H M Sunday •or any number of word* up lo M, and I ceriti per word on weekl-dae* and • ttnu per word on Sunday, (or earn additional word. A.WOI'.MIAII.MS ASPRO Cold! and flu dlapelled reired-aoothing -will relief from Rheumal.c and Kf Nervlneaa Sleepleaanee* Let ASPRQ ram* to jour aid NOW —8 %  31-I0n ... „ ,„.„ M „ r „„ .„ MAL ESTATE S"da M u-o-J. over 34 LANT> 44e aq I u-o-d u'e.l Al.TOMOTIVr Ihe rierlHHi A !• iwu.vcr. Brillon* HUI at I-rinc.%  • A|F lo neaiure within a day 11 '" % %  '' Sti.ill 1 SL>rk* Guaranteed M Ihlp ROYAL STORK. No 1* I M.-tlon Waggo-i rir.1 K.g .1, -rt A Q ,|i High Street Phone M I Mlaiage under WOO \, p ,„. r n ;io •TAOOOM • Sal-Hn toiU ace.pi FOR *AI t OR EXCHANfiE-O. ner • ne-.ll. MUba. ktrftak famil. ohligr-l .achange anuule* pUc. prlr.iOI* .,%  ea or .eti MM p.... Ktrepuonai and Genuine appj.nu.ithUIbl. advantageou. deal direct prteato ,..„,..., .., "••'1i reaponaiblr AfrnU Ring ~jlB dally • ll) aft* AUCTION UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER %  I -I <.\N 1 ...,|. \0K • FOR RE.VT Minimum rHarae week Tl cnt* **d H cent* Iu*dav> 1 ieo-di — over M u-o-d 1 ,-e>r* a tro-d vceh-4 .eafa a •. %  wed on landau. I IIOISES TAKE NOTICE GRAPE-NUTS SHIPPING NOTIC • of AmThai CenatAl. IXHJWC COHIt'llATlON. %  CO.T "' "> %  •"" "' the State ol iv a .are Un.trd M* %  *• % % %  eddree* u ISO p. M-mufaeturer*, ha. applie.1 I %  of if.-;...,, | n lnM ,-i ,,( %  .,.„ IOl,.. ,„ „,,, ,„. ~ from it.unn *_, ... Aigru.l rrpw the urn %  I .. /i .1 \M. I IM I l-lll ll • notice in duplicate i n.r Irad* n.il can pa n Dated ihn go. day of Auav.1 I Ml \ |wat IH' July SMIi. Hrobane Jul> %  i %  lAHWr %  %  TAKE NOTICE FLAT o„ Blue W.u*. Terrace. ,• ..t will, apactou, v.phoa.d. Phor.* t -i I n UT Maaaell Co..) Read Fi idMair*, Trie-*.-.. (land *-balnmi AvaiUbkr Iron. sw.m KASTTJetM ibrdr. % %  g R n •-1 K • SpU-e* SANTA HARU In Caribbean Ha'ra l"i>n IT Ml < per day RRAND IK iTTI. In '—t faaldenllal dHIrlrt ur-lrr i; Mil r4--.tr. tnm Si C per head per dar SEASIDE INN On Grand An** Bathlns %  each Rate, (ram MOO per head perl da} Enqjirlr* to D M Slln-er. O'-nada I ad* Sl-TSn. | *e will Mil on DUOA Bfa Dark Cry.tal Sua. houaM :— I.der. lid Roeburk H hd"""" C Ua SU U "" P "' CO Bride. CASH i i*jH :.,. I* %  SI *Jn In addition ta e". C reptcd on Ifimufh BUI* -I Trinidad %  ram, li,.. | For furlh'T 11 KM -HIIM1 A t C niiMini' Tnr u 1 %  HI *. tHIRRII m IM •* v %  \nimii. 1 im •! OASI >. Jj) for St. I (j ( 1 1 I 1 (11 1 jj l:l.KCTRI('AI. BBANKBa. TKOTM.N a fo Aurllonerra IS I >l-an ii'ithed YEA II WOOD *> BOYCT. Jamea Street 1 THE CAMP On the Sea. Si fully l.irnuhed Dial BUT. 1* Tll-tl nrit im rate IPONI pvr ATAIT tarh of Ihe new IHSl—SI P\e Radlc 1 %  card t„ i . | niHii \ tilled lo leaieter uW un* aller oau. n ....(h fram the lath day ot la i %  ,.. %  :. on npui %  %  %  •JIM .1 | fUM, 11*1 II WI1.1IAMS %  TAKE NOTICE JELLO I-OOIW CORPORAT...N .. ,..l %  Snt the law* of Ihe Stale of %  .i % % %  • %  • %  %  Irad.or bualne* addfea* li ISO P..ik Av.iu. -.. ..New York li.lted Slale. of An H tij. applied for Ine t'al.tr.iiion of tr.de mark tn Part "A 1 o* ReaTlaier ll re pee t of food. ,.nd inredI i Staanrta, puddmi* ;.". ,-ov.der.. ic .r .it ewtrac! .i M> i month fron 1"iISlh day ol Annual IM) ii'ileaa *ome person alnll in Ihe ineanlunr I in dupllrale to me at nv itKxition of lueti In-lr.Ml.rniirkf.nWwnMii lulled Ihi* Ilh dav ol Au*uit. IfSl. ii tfOJutAMI H Mark*. )• B SI Hi TICI I.OB Ur ORIENTAl. II. -in t IM1M sruji rs. IIOKI II ll>. I IM *.* TIIA.\Fii \ I OB SAaJ I I i l.. | ? Pi.miei elertitr kettle, new. (ll 00 %  S3S€ T,. %  1'l.ipham, Christ J l. Church Appl> II W. Webater, J \ Ball, %  IM XIS cr i II I 11 t I %  FURNISH in Style... MJrl 1 l-itb. %  %  room Cabinet*. Table* I. r D I %  .. %  ..... %  MM up. Caned and Rum Furniture. snur.r.n md oihr sem Hand and Traadla I regular and ch*ln*tlteh. Olimc rhone. W.trdrobe and otlu l L. S. WILSON SPRY ST DIAL .068 Truly A City Of All The Talents II!' Ml. >|H1. I V( II1-.Itlial nuike>Se.. Dial 3STB p, IT ml Dept II %  11On ACC1>S.II i> %  >..I B> i.nmn RWIIK FURNITURE OFPflCI CBAIaU ]„.| received .. %  hipineni of Office Porture Chain wllh three point adjiattment tea them today MECHANICAL Robert. Steel Baeh Truck. 0 Sp.,r Wheel* an. Trolla.a Don no. -Truck* pll *i a S P UUSSON VON a. Co MISCELLANEOUS JJ. A* Now. pilra Flit. Knight* Lid 11 I Jl-T F N SOMKONE, probably Dr. Johnsoa, grtota to an old friend: -'After forty years of deep fTien,1.!i,,, ] 1 nm as fond of. you as a new as-yiijiiiuiice." In the last few days, as Jul> has raced towards iu n nal hours I have met Bg DUUky frleiiua, 'ices, and new faces thai mciniiry becomes blurred. IN UnittVdjrjOlal i Mines lo London, or so ll would seem at th time nf the year, and why not? I^indon is still tliicental world and draw* maitkin.i LUfl And ludRliiR by last week Westminster Is tlu..-ntn %  %  UHJ dm ••.-. Bo—up wild the RNAURl. WARX al I CAimiKNWARE rl: bnwla etc al Oenen %  ll Street OALV nucKrrs 1011 oo n. u> Dd It |l SO each Theie arc ,.i gap) pncea at Ralph Heard t Lower gav OAL* AMMJ) SHEETS New It fi 1gg M-h Tft (J n M -. tl IV ..r.l LdnM B USA m MILNKM Wall Safe-and Steel offce Er-ulpmenI romprulng Deaka, Filing t|.illoner>and Pigeon llnlr OBSk Bo.e.. Plan File, lot Architect*. Card Index Cabinet*. WMta> pKper Balket*. Letter Tuvi He S P MUSBON BON A Co Md Dial 311) b SI In BSCORDB: Charlie Kuna. Bin*. nwkrM and wa will order for you If wa avent got II in atock. A. Barnea S Co., id. g.T.iiii r II srrciAioiTRR or a picci: TFJUIA I'OTTA Rirrrn c-.ixss in.t ihe thn.fcfor U A -imple 'peralmn rn.iirea IOOI Arm butter -11 Ihe ONLY 4 'I M I VII iillIHl IRON'S HARDWARE STORE. BROAD -.T SUNF1JBX In all ahade* at General lardwnre Supplic. H.ckett Sire-1. Dial WIB. 11 S -1 %  3n • MIES ThTce -3i Lar ..cellenl .1 m c liarage Ltd fire ood .. IS g SI n 'RF.X OIASBWAKF. Se _e at Q wi fil Hardwar* VrtrvTHt HELP PtIHirlON OIIKKEII Y wilh knowledge of Book-keep. per month Applicant mini liv. 3 mile* ol City A pp..' In peraon i m any day except Saturday. STATIONERY 15 II SI 3n dlatancc of A1 The Riav ol Mr. WeMoii ,r.c* HERE on the TagTBCfl in N i Mty CBMdeBP girls, all UK-MI-U %  %  alike. sitiKin,! "The Maple Leaf' *""**• and the French-Cunadian "Alouette' while M.P.S applaud from i—3n the open waBfJowB, I i Weaton sent them hete and has taken 50 British girb. to visit Canada. He is. of course, u RillllonairB, which does not reduce the generosity of this scheme. HE caBM BtUB Canada to the lirst war as a very younk. pmlt, wistful sapper in my section, having lied about his age. After the war, bring the sol i>f a baker, he decided to buy f UU of |,imily-owned b| England and modernise them. Thn (.nly anas was that he had no money, but he Bold HM idea to b tckanTg and got lh,. rnntu-y NOW his tnteippises extend to C.in.Hi i Ukd Ulg US A M. rt> Mil :. Iluyim; bUlln ludini Portnum and Mason. Ilia favourite Balance she<'t-. H: gray i I r. img: Flying on business. His graatMi enthuBiasm"' The British Empire. That is the story of BappgH Weston up to dale. The girls on the Terrace are just a pleasant i nterl ude. Sir Virlnr. pro-Saloon WHO Ii this luave, elegant man who has come lo hear the Foreign Affairs debate? It la Sir Victor Sassoon. whose hb name although he hardly ever sees them. He had big interests In Shanghai and refused lo pay the sums which the invading Japanese demanded when they took Shanghai in their war against tlm..i "Why are you so ntt-Japanesc? asked the victorious commander-in-chief. Sassoon replied. "I am not anti-Japanese. I am pro-British and very pro-Sassoon." Now he lives in the Bahamas When I asked him why, he said "I gave up India and Chins gavi me up." A .luil i %  ( West.mn-.ler NOW let the Empire drum roll for Judge MacKay of th %  Court of Ontario, who BM com to hear Chan.ellor Gaitskell's variations on an old iheme. The judge, who was badly wounded in the llrst war. Is a -real authority on StlBaD "Milton wrote his works on a vocabulary of 7.000 words." he loid rne earnestly "tlhalmgugslH ised 17.000 words, a great number %  Which he added to our language." III. h.iMlCfa i ((, %  ; M Brtttth InsUtUl s that 1 was somewhat horrified when hortlj Rita i., had ,.,, down In thn OfaUftrs the following dialogui .'nk.' nut:— Dr. Morgan (Vocialist); On a point of order. DM \ Mr. Deputy Speaker, the remark made by the honouiable member for Kidderminster when he said "What bloody nonsense"' Deputy Speaker: I did not hear Mr. Vihirm (TOTy) who sit:for Kidderminster and has a voice like a Riant nlling for %  bai "i of rum): I must pro1 mosl vehemently. I li.l n..i ."I 1. riLii.u-.' al ;il|. Mr. Folllrk (Socialist): Could the honourable gentleman tell us what word he used that sounded like "bloody" 'irputv Speaker Order' Ilieold \MIa>n (who had the Door): Whatever the boy soprano from Kidderminster. said, or did not say. I ghould hate to Ihlnk that he ud I agreed in our n rutioris of what nonMtisa niejiis. vet ih** ""> ">e lain day of %  •• .-..on .hall In the meant.. BBkli leglH.atlon The lu.lc „,...!. Dated thla Mh day a* AugMM 1SSI. Renali.it "i - CHANCERY SALE The uitdermentNtned proper!. *ill b.< art up i„r tab. % %  | FUbUg Bulldlnaa. Undirlowii. between II noon and I p in UM dale .peclSed bebw If not ttvrn .old it will be .rl m Iridav at the an* place and during Ihe umr hour* until i \ %  Menu at.l. I' WIIUAMK FRXDCHR-K ARCIIIIIAIJI COMIAD CI_\IBMONTt il Hill i PI IIS josrjm iTT7orjtAU> < IAIIIMUNTI: CNF-AI* 1 IUIITRTY Al.l. THAT .. Pla..utioi.i .il..ate In the pari.r. of Saint l-ucy and it am %  .1 bounding on land. Plant.lion on other land* AugMUu* Itinkaon and oa piece or parcel of land to, of Saint Lucy and I*lai %  %  ..-.aid I %  II late ..f |l,i|.|.i IM n i.-. rood. ;..(e ol Mr W..I ,, ,n ow or lotr ..( oil... DM the l-ublic Road fll'IINDlV All THAT It of Checker Hall Planutio... aiiuale In thi ilotraald ..t i K %  ..i il Urn lupi In .:,.., %  H ,,.U % %  'HI RRJ Jim Dial SS1S II g II Jn Bile Club 4301 s I SI ^n One rood eighteen perchaa Hutting and bounding on kkndH 04 OHt bnlaae and Enieit Augu.tu. HBtuan ..ml on .< Road i llinlit nf Way or however elw the img M1 but! i i %  .1 HiiniM ,: | THAT certain piece or parcel ol lai.il .part ..I Cnaeher Hall %  In the pariah of Saint Luce and laUn.i .(..:. One acre and BBW tatrgfaag ixnimg and nn.11.du4 an .ither landi "i Oil Courcy gknlagr and Kfneal Augu.lulliiikanii on .-,.| ... w \.i. a Bight of Wa> . oiher land* ol the -aid Oliver Ibi Anenti. Hlnbaan 0) h u nn Ma* -ir -.,11 %  -.... btrtl 1 1 FrirKlHLV AIJ. THAT place, piece ..1 1.11.. %  %  .. %  .1 ... ... .1 Oanirrt altuale in Ihe pariah ot Maim Lury m ll. l<*>iul 1 1 five acres .ixleen p'i. i.e. of land or I hen 1 llmmefleld. Ilabb. and Checker II,.: Ptanl %  1 bound T.xeibrr wiib the ntcaaviaps md -11 ami ^Mco* S^nMpCNEW s Tin > A STCAMKR aalli In NEW SI. OKMRRAl. ARTKiAS .ail* > "Tl^MUt wilt l>l Augurt A STaUMEIt aall. YORK SEKVIir mu.fcws smvitr ill latniu MI CANADIAN ftERVHE %  all. tdenl.ral AIIIIK R.ih.4. UKCOA rARTNBRV 1 il (ilUM s s AUMA iwMSva A.gu.t l7t^ Beplemb. Aug i Ii Bel.l. 1 ..> 1 mini M. \i.tTD. — NEW VOUK AM* (ill.F SERVICE AI'I'I.V:—1A COSTA % CO. LTD — CAN \ll \N -.1 HVICB BUSINESS NOTICE %  %  will re-pen M %  I ll. 11 11 1 IAMB CHANCERY SALE HAUn.uiOB. Thi' under men I Mined property will be I'M" lluildlng.. Budget.. —1. Miami 11 date .peclfled below If not lh.11 gnM ll ail) F 1... -I II* aame place and du.lng the aame hmi ipplicatloii i<> ine KFJ1NETI1 CARl.Tor, I 1 r aale al UM liegl.l ration OnV H •uneoadir .... will —..I Full paitl..il.1 Plalubfl Hi:"!!! ra.l7AIIF.TII ONBAIJ: AIJ. THAT re.Uln pice ... 1 %  Plantalinti in the pa lah of St. Lucy and I.Und ol llaibadial log bv admeaaurement three acre* and thin 1 the um or leaa .made up of four *epaiale paicel* i.f lai..l Mfttali U n b] .nln 1 .r,i TV-i IDBfl j and ten, fun. prichea. One ai re %  1 . f.niitern perchel. and one acre ir>pertl\rl) 1 hutting and bounding a* on 'ond* now or late of Themaa Jordan, on l-mda i-. •>. lalg ..( Mi. | on land, now or Ule of I OfgfaU*, Ml inpuBIH late of tbe ..! Cull. l.'i. I'laiitatlon or larwever eUe Ihe aaina "... Ii bound. TngMlllll wllh Ihe Mewuage or Kweiimit Ii. I %  %  InguUr olhei the huuaaa and BUI SI Uv igld 1. .1 11 %  landing and being with Ihe apputtan-ncea belxiniii.M ibireui hands with the OOOfe 1 am afraid." said Mr W.-li-iiky'8 wife. that yOU will nBVB • 1 >hake hands with BM' A BuW lor Mr. Etiktida havs < m Fli i DBy* rom IfodaUII llolti itl>. Of M> QUflJBt AM Bubllme." h Mikado, for I smnl Ul iiitr.KUi.e Mr K'n'ikr KLiKu.i.1. ixirtaii'. 1 lokvo. v.hn ha. nine U) IT1J ItOUM (01 lUtath. ||. %  ,.. v--l-. 0W %  : fun. NOW let u* adjourn to the town house of Sir Dennistoun Huiniy. whose iiivn;!n.ti valuable in the llrst u..i KOd whoM eltplri and port are be%  The molt Interesting guest at 11s paVty is the burly, highly intelligent L'noffli i Northern Itho-lesi.i. Mr. Roy Welensky. CMC. one of the powerful new men enieruing In 'he Colonial Empire. He was horn of %  in Southern HIHKKM,!, oecamo a r*tBvy-Wfdgbt boxing champion. then an engine drive., j u i-.t..i.-.i to th< unionist, a newspaper editoi. and P. "^ ''IOSBOJ .inally "I'rime Minister." For years he has been agitatin. for a union of the Northcm sj Southern Hhodesias. When II come about, as It will, he will hatvi UM honour of chief architect. HIS wife is as lively II %  ; % %  ii: li.'.. < %  ]'. When Mrs. Creech Jones, the wife of the then Colonial Socn lury, dined at the Welensky hoini 1 to be allowed to shakf For IfacArUi .: Li.' j,i.. i Ho ti %  UMl ine ., 1 %  C tUUonal nioii.mh and that full Ithority has passed to I'arlion*nt. Y.-s. Iborg bai be* rrbulldi-ig in Japan because the ti BJIMS .IM %  of wm-l. We ahake hands and bOW, for id of %  nte.l mist:, ti ,IUI lent eOtirtBfiy. House of tbe Perfect llosl Mil. II 1 y, ...use. where he if holding a reception What a marvellous vk iiMi OtM has from this window. and how 'ooks froi 'h' <; ifBTi im 1 %  1 1 i-oiin.. %  I 1. oil. 1 -,. 1 had >>' .. i-ii-jtii.iitiitaiinii. ..ii.I vrM lul. n plaoa by wii.-jiiilhin:. llim .,.... %  ( OLOND. CUtTON HHtrWN .1 DM ''* %  '! hoT. ..rut 1 1 nlghi thai we winn coming hystfti leal UM last I 1 dinnei parllS' %  %  .1. . %  pj % %  *. l-i.iei Thailand Hollaod, Yugoslavia 1 ei the ii.' ..11. Man duun [or Mi d In rnock lotemi ,. 11. ; • oi .in Patila ll %  1 1 %  i.f tha majority) ao %  %  %  Our guests wrnmth h Un 1 . .1 . %  -I l %  %  The Post BH hO h.lV. Alltt.l olli-rmg U) ell) thin own axptfuw, may I thanj j that thi attraeUvtj UM U I I paarad ra that alUtUO* tn1 tahj n lO March Wican gaze at tbe neaiby hai Ine II %  Skylon, whi.li some miscreant the point said epitomised the character of I. I H TAKE NOTICE FIH. SALE LAND llenl Itinl I %  Mi IKIII: 1UA me anil •1 It I HOI Ci Auction Sale I : Mi .1 > II. :. %  %  %  I Urili.r-.il.1. "o.l \ii..u-l \l t IIOM t i;s Jggkaa VI. IK1...I0.. a> lo. \ 1 s I \ \ I'hnne I'.i-' ll \\ I MltiNs 1:1 11 DING 1.1 \ i 1 ro ID -M \niWIIAI'" %  i % %  > %  .: 1 %  IF WAXED l'M'i R rut: IMI'iHIII .If I.M r :,' fr.Vfff If Cornei t lb .1 .. \ IS YOUR SAVINGSACCOUNT INCREASING? Did H ..' I %  Pollcj %  . %  %  plan is boulnji down i %  otntrthlni along tha Ui I ,',%',;: SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA Head (J ireal K. H, lONBfl A< OMP \N L1M1TI l> Ri; %  %  B %  sdot, Q •+*,•,•,*,•.•.:•.:*.•.•. •>'. ''W''W'''W W' ,>! I OII S \ I. K 2 Hundred Empty Barrels FOR PALING USES ITial GENFJ1A1. rOODS CORPORATly^. a corporattim niranUed and ling under the laWl of the Stale of Delaaate. United State* of Aanenca y-o. trade or b.1.11 .-.. addreaa tl JS0 %  aril Avenue. New York. New York. Lniled SJUte* ol Amertca. Manufacturer.. haa applied for the reglitratlon of a rde mar* In Pa.t "A" of HfiiHr • 1 tea ond coBi* •""* alter 1 I'iOdav of Auguat %  %  %  la duplicate to n .,1 npvoMtwin of auch re BHUB ran be *>e 1,.... 1 M.,HI i. %  ftuaagt %  Begi. K WIIJJAMv !. ^ ark is a i a AMtVEHTMSB in thv ABVmCATB RACESKIsIITS A re what C ounts! the Most E mclent and S peediest method on the cooking track Is GAS for Cookinr CHILDREN PLEASED WITH THEIR FAVOURITE BOOKS!! £M ynur i /l..n ( IHUIKKN'S NEW H.I.ISTKATKII KNCVCl.OI'F.niA I.I.MI.KT BOBBS IN—b> O.ploin W. K. Johns TBE WKSTOIV TALISMAN—by Prrcv P. Weslerman ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE -THI-: MOST Minn 11 \ #.\rm%\" .{DBMS' MANUFACTURING GO. GOVKRNMKNT HILL. -tea. 0C-1r*e


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i> atIratw J&& ESTABLISHED 1895 TIU'KSDAY, A I'll" X PRICK f\\ Iran Rejects U.K's Eight Point Plan: But Stokes Savs No TEHERAN, August 15. |>ERSIAN delegates cross examined Britain's oil envoy, Richard Stokes, for two and a half hours to day on his "peace" proposals, then one of Ihem said, "they are incomplete Stokes, himself, denied that Premier Mossa degh had turned down hiB eight point plan, offer ing Persia the control of operations inside the ountry. "Nothing has been rejected, nothing has been accepted," he stated "I am convinced that these proposals are as good as any Persia could get The Education Minister. Karim — Mitra Sinanan %  'in -linnColonial Secretary CN IMMIGRANTS one of the Per* who mid that the pfo%  complete, added' ivirtually uni %  %  sion of the British plan, which ha ridings reaehad with the Stab Oil envoy. Avcrell i | that Pratnh r Kh had la*t night rejected British proposals, and •-. rjpoaals: U Britain he / 3 The claims of botl %  %  aton. 9 TV British oil Mnff is to k*-cp on worklni — V %  Arab Slalrs May Attend Paris Talks tNDRIA. Egypt Aug. IS. An Ar.b League source said on tl the Arab States lUend the Paris % %  : %  Concllia%  >ii SaMambar I thai thi want to prove their goodwill snd %  i ,nd [• . to. inpartUle n of Palcstlne and Ihe rpnlritiun of An refugees, it aaTd. now lelcgates w rtth Itrsal %  -II* $292m Fdr Defence Pi ERRA, AUK 1ft. to % %  •! %  Krencaalcal pent 1:1:1:1000,000 1 1 r i'<>irr-OF-SPAIN. Aug. 13. The Unit shot in what may turn out In be an attack by the Parliamentary Group on tinGovernment's newly initiated campaign agalnSt prohilftald immigrants WSJ Rrad by tl"' Hon Mltra Sinanan. Group spokesman: Mr. Sinanan sent the following question to Hon. P. Rentson, Colonial Secret.u\ Will the Hun. the Colonial Secretary slate for the informlUon "l the House the number of prohibited immigrants now in custody .a the Royal Jail ing further as to what is the expend ture Incurred by the taxpayers m tig the said immigrant* in prison; the period of time they have been detained and the coal Communists Driven NorI li BTH AIIMV HEAD^t'ARTEHS. Korat Aug. 15. United Nations patrols attacked 1 MI Communist groups entrenched on hills southwest ol i today and di Reds to the north. lb 1. % %  .'. were inflicted on the Redi u Allied lighting men braved intense machine-gun lire and mortar tire in take the heights K ing, one <>f the tnoal ImiKirtant Communist held cities in Central Korea, is reported to be the centre of a large buildup nf Red troops and battle %  upnUea i*.N. patrols ranging MM tl city have contacted Communist groups from platoon to tomnanv in site. Allied patrols farther %  i; Bjda tv* • %  ntacti with ned northwest ol Hwachon Red unltl III ranging from 20 to SO men in USO were ttk-n under U.W finand qubtkly dispersed There wet* foul contacts made in the area nmthesM Ol the Hwachon laartiriaT hut no heavy fighting was reported One "f the contacts occurred in the "punchbowl" valley north ol Inje. A UN. officer said: Outside those four encounters our sector was very very quiet." —UP Dulles Warns Reds Aboul Sabotage Over Jap VriHtly WASHINGTON, Aug 16 JOHN FOSTER DULLES in a nationwide radio address Wednesday night warned the Soviet Union not to send a "wrecking crew" to the San Francisco Conference to tryUo sabotage the Jap anese Peace Treaty, declaring: "K such tactics would be tried we are confident they would fail Dulles made it clear that nations attending tin San Francisco Peace Conference will not be per mitted to alter the text of the Japanese Treaty made public in Washington and London Mm TutTuitg dv at Die Royal Jail await-, !" -. %  <, .• deportation"' Will he -tat, Sabotaged OUVMl Intercuts In Koren WASHINGTON. AUK The Voice of America said on Of deporting these persons to their Wednesday that the Soviet repC*respeetivc countr An oral nnswer is required" A Government release estimated that there were about H.lWHt .0*l immi|rinl. in Uw Island who were causing unemployment to Trinidadlans and taking away foodstuffs and other fi Om Trimludi.niIt has also been ascertained tbat at ihe moment there are 23 illegal immigrants imprisoned In local lattk. The average number of pr la onarg in tl ny per day |g 1.050. The cost per !>n-me: m a minimum ot $1.20 ,. j A cable icquchliug a debate in %  i. House Ol Commons on Trinidad's economic ri :i, PaiHamentary Opposltloi •i da. August 13. U.S. Colonel Disrupts Communisl Union B\ DAN P. CQLMOBB LEGHORN. ITALY. Ail",. 15, Trf Communist controlled Union of Port Workers hci h;ts been undermined by United State* army methods ana ,1 BUCti muniit direction of other port cities ily may also be shattered. This Tyrrhenian potl Bit) battered duiiug the w.ii and BtU feriing the efrccts seven rear* later. *ias become She Tat*' centra of ComniuniM strength Bo rax Communists are losing. and it is becoming almost tar them as far a "lace" i* concerned HI responsible for thll is Colonel Norman Visenng. once farm owner in Florida and not mandmg the 7658 U S .illative lias sent a top port to Moscow accusing the ClimMao TM rung ot deliberately tal Soviet interests in the Korean war. Tt* Voice Mid that report was wrtitan by Vladimir iin:v. the chiel correapoodani tor Tns. the Soviet Nawi Agow i In PaJpmg The : I •VIM intended only 1< a Sot U < res i". Vo i thai the Korean i Ol the Chll I persistent, ; '" l 1 "" logical deviations Ul M U rn.il cliq „ Rngov added thai the wain unwlTlingi munist General to uullaa > methods H %  combat .,., DM prime reason rhf so I. %  How ihe report reached can hands was nut OXplal I Britain Can Build ^^' u ,i ''" r ... ss i lorYtoonertW Own Atom Bomb War Problem I'MMdenl v %  social tepreeni itivi ("ill %  presi i onfarann lo Um Baa i: hid tie#n given iini Unit (inpurpose of sraa t sign the A liiih hr %  baolutel) final tcKument Dulles reported that so far 34 ivo formally accepted he Anglo-American invitation to nelseo Significant in :.; I poll LONDON .v Krilnin can build hi bomb an> I .houses, bill IhgTe %  ppetrs |r> be two schools nf thought oi whether the Hritish shapc William Oatl P gai ad aei %  aral it he.,, mi Comma r*|e*M <>tiTne Department has already ii : nil Czech tnide titgn tarifl uslv hmin.in'iiv' $25,000,000 to the Amcncan %  %  Th. S63 Sovirl Troop Trains MAINZ. OKKMANV. Aug. IB. Eight French and four Baar „f ami I''." 1 home from RUBna day that thousands ol •aming the Baltk OOUI ..,bolaging Soviet troop iTallH and mililiry inst.iii The 12 men still dad Rufcslan prisoner of war parats refused to give Ihoi •4ey said it might afTect Mime 1.000 French prisoners still n Ku^ia The n iatd that after the first three years •which '*.'•! |utt iwful" they enpvan %  chance t'< ivlns condiudni tmprovt t I*. \\ ealhef Tlireatena Vi'liirua A^ain ANTIGl'A. Aug. IT.. To-daj Antigua %  expi i Udly thai familiar Ihl waathai to Crash I i peoph %  < n irs of eaacUj a year %  l-ast Port Left It was the last port evacuated b) I'.S. forces two years after f.*ie w.ir. Vlsertm hai already worked wonder*. In two monthbuilt up headquwitiid a run-.' %  gwaltlnf Sanati fee several .. .. %  •.,. '.inning out ovi F %  : %  All UK Oermanj first eargo and troop laeaS d WSJ h.m.clf a port woikei %  nj.fl Jackoponi 51. blmaelf Following the part* line he first C O Vlserlng that peopl ghorn district part of "Amii Troops." Then after looking around at unemployment and when VlSOtmg announced th*l A".i' T ,i iobs to 3.800 J .ckoponi had iff of j that po %  Muld %  (ilk for A. • ons Bui that Id have to n the Commui. I I IJAP TREATY PUBLISHED First Hurricane Of Th*" I').*>! Season MIAMI. Florida. Aug. 15. The wentht i bureau on Wednesday i.'iat Ihe *lr1 hurricane of the 1991 aeaton witi winds 100 miles an hour kai lolled up In the Leeward Inlands I Miami. The hurrh--. moving In nnrth westerly lUreeflon at .d-ni '.'. milean hour. Reconnaisanee aim I Miami locate,! the storm a.m. At latltU 10.1 "HI fU i ... .. | .if Port Di Martinique n snu the r tin i but v* i leal i* • baaii .!! %  South Atlantic area. The first %  which was | in g| waspotted east nf the Florid %  ut in ih th Atlantic In earls —IT Rockefeller Marries Again Britain I ke| in Atomi %  has lint g ..' i fui %  ludlng the one -it Hai tl it rtntam uses The pro|H?cls ; ue thsl she, alsi i i oon have ermu to Tl n k e %  ; i i I go inti Milt.iUi' nurd and sawast 1 %  llamk Plli Addltfmally, mmnii i t.. i. i n K plutonium from : Plutonium # %  NKW VORK. Aug John n. RocJrefeUei lunlor, ;T -vear-old milhonaue plulanthio^ nisi, srhose aeeantnc father lounded the vast Standard ^ empire, married WedneasnQ I the widow ol an old college chun. Rockefeller, who*e g advance huinin welfare have totalled millions of dollars was mat i"rovidencc. Rhode Island to Mri Hartha Balrd Allan, 56. retiret concert pianist. The Nl public Halations firm of Lac sm Moik announced here that th< ITUd-monung ceremony was private attended onl) '" laaroedtat* ,i.< nibcr Of Hie tWO f." A .spokesman fol the pubin John i> R osfce feller the .third, one of Sl| rhlldren bom of Rockefeller's Artl ervad as l>ralmun for; It a/as th. I.i. % %  IbKkcf, H of Ins attention to the foundation in, farnoui father. Unofflcull Keporis ire unonlJuly tint Britain as sen i oon %  i npowe %  %  %  %  HI Id blunt It V.'.. Lstroh Fuel Shortage ih" In I%  %  B I rel %  hortagi l %  %  reai 1 h< first expei set %  i %  %  rve ivortu •vv. 15 The Urn* one a hall million I'll helu %  v ituMia announi sd on I %  I.IK .It the j • . uted N .ti.nr. mam %  %  %  4utkNi from purely • humanl1 HI clone itx it ion i to the govern> %  Completing ihe flrat tage of •i < -U11 mi.-' again, piobably in Fui ope nl the end Of U lii.it when lime i bean dai ill in' Me the Oavarn to send reprei .ot studies nlight be made ••• ill Rerman; Italy ;>ni till hold.i %  %  U ,. i nara. Russia Kinred the \ %  '.'.' i Com* j %  —I .p. He.,!. •.. Itbei ...ii "i, Untied Kingdom consUeted sni of ini %  cam changes In the text if rnajoi i haractsi lint ha sddaC t thai ugnlncance to oiu oi n i ., ,i that !• %  .... %  II might to th. Pnllu>e*sMi flHei Uwvma me ..( th. ii re .ul.! bi con pleteli itlsAcd hul it HUM would be %  growing r mimi tinformula worked %  % %  | %  I.I lethod b\ which rlalmai %  ,i . The formula %  i 1 %  ndai which the) *ill i %  en Ices fi rraan n i | c tni i t H k both %  %  1 Some Question na.lv age 01 treaty %  HI naiions iJ ha. unde.tik.il to look %  .. ... Ml ii mould mentioned in Ihe neat. Amerlcfii and J HEARST Will. BE BURIED FRIDAY B iti FRAN! IfiV %  %  \uf. IS, dolpl H' probabl) o %  %  i i .. ii .' %  %  • i ,: | | %  %  %  %  i Bi arly HUb %  i peat efully from Ine. Hi Phot his fatht i Benator 1 j .II t — I'.P. In con ertli Into i-ou. %  %  %  i ....... la used to opera) . plant IT.. %  %  %  Feisal Extendi \ isil To Hrilain %  BOMB DAMAGES RED BOOKSHOP %  Intermittent >harp hi were persistent thi day. It !• lust Bve an annlvaraarj of Hurt which v- ermed a tmsii hurricane srhldi proved to be merely the Introdue. Uurashlng "f :t i (Jti KM % %  im %  % %  Trip I .J<(N, Aug. la. Itoberto Villanucva Ot Manager <-f Uks MsnIU (hraoUlr ii bondon on Mo i Its trip and i ,ghout th. Wedm for a *hort *ta • %  bg weekend. %  plans call f %  eturn to the Philippine* August To-night the wi. %  India rather than the Kg ii increasing and the barometer lias dropped 17 point', but the In%  alarmed or battened down as .. '.-d to pass b> Antigua. United State* Hi plans, however. 'he Han Framiwo Treat. ence In Septembai a member of the Pliilippmr delegation —v.r. I'AH IS A i Sda Iminl I %  %  %  pallet %  \ug la i An igtend hi visit I'n II 'llll Ill with i' of mutual II the Middle East", the foreign ... It *aa learne i r esented inch mot .. r r Showdown On Near Kast Today FUI8H1NQ MRAIMiW. York. Aug. is. %  :\ r til again .in i %  Ui thi di % %  i loral n§ r -. n Easteri hitUHtion ilnce the par i Palestine .mil ihe pauagr ol ih. Ill-fated United Nations lo internationalisi Jarusalem will inunvcih .. when the U.S., B kocc plai t ruest the Bet uii it^ C rwdei Egypl to lift 'be blot UM But i Canal on the ground ihji it vmi.il. the spini of armh i tteoa ti • ol (i-.n C Hi the Ml.li|. %  U... line. W. *.-i n ; %  %  aapoeted Ii rcsorq Oon t.i thai • ffc %  hen the Counii re .ifici .i TWO., .i -ill uo* ers deb flSU 1 0 %  ipromlse i obviate th-' %  • 'i ildtnj Egyi t pubHi ly Rgypt rla ol thi blockerit is %  ondi lo lie life I.I %  %  i • i i %  i % %  ii ihe Council that I: is not planniiuj to %  do hlch i parl ol Ai i i . %  I | %  %  JJ %  i, i. .., 'n.iti. i re 11| % %  nouncad in thi uim breath that i i* Unposslbsi i .. i • i ol 1 i M %  '• %  .' %  '.." %  t pre Knvpt would by unable 'iithm and tl^' \ .hit .. .II .it %  d i ..— to ini Cout %  11 i ,i.i ti it astu Thu will okci the U N in ii' ,i" i'i so f.ir as finidj s hey to % %  • iboul ei f i the Council % %  < hit thiii [>•! rnstrtelloni .,!,.,. | ... \ ipol scnun for (he • %  thi Japanese ... uvlet forces In Manchuria -. di unaecounted for The"ADVOCATE" pay* for NEWS Dial 3U3 Day or Night itt.ii 'it i thf Sll qw i.nht' hut he refuaea %  laUt "ii bow the i. i be intplemi d net I proved by the H notions bodgi %  i imr"i' Igypt would, aedipiuinatii observer* •i %  immt olatf effeel of weakening the whole rrti armlsUea igraamenti snd makln i %  ...i (. %  | trat ta adopi _. .• ... but the beginning ot a tragedy %  i thi "fi Hue Du Pont I i %  — II' 100 DEAD ANKARA TU1 KXV > %  I gied la %  leal Vv a\t* In Texas l A. 15 • l .1 1951 will be %  ; iwrature% threaten." %  ii kat. At least At .-lo %  I %  ti't no .clief iSOVIET WAR FACnrORIES IUM NIGHT WD DAY y H BKhlNf.IMM Tt I,Khl.IN. Augu>l 15. the Returned priioner* of war from the Soviet Union 1 war factories .lay. and th.it USe gag Mid that thi '"' openly expressed doubt sidings across Russia are jammed Ru**ia had the atom bomb, with m eight Factnrv Work bile Wort Rat cars roll along. They worked in Rimsukn factorla %  nen In a |W8for frar of jaop> | r drdbing the scheduled release ;f i. men still in wg Russian prisonei of war camp treated I I The pruoners said that th-y : nl ^ituatiOl found widespread fe ; ,i of %  t t) ,.. among Russian citizens thev n el 1 %  %  emeienry. • rie and %  %  it whethet %  that the, g> em gage I Yet it would be tdk noskualtt lb* mimhcr of l>rs camel hv iSfcic-.lv disLSrdad CalAMMIj because the hahit will appaienil> pct'i^t Jv-pitc the scnouv losv ot lite snd proper!v rc.uliini from ihc^cotilhresk.. Ii is the work of s lew minutes to protcu yourself from rek of loss through tire, hv consulting sf your earnest oppdrrunitv the local scents of Ousrdian AaanrsaXi Co I.id Ami,if the opportunity d not Men ha present rsaattj aansna r.rr. don't usually pee much .. i Local Agfnii S P. MUSSON, SON ii Co Lid nROAIl STBRET . P.ll Box !U. Phone <|6S



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rwo i:\KIMIHIs AliVOCATT TIII'RSDW. \I'-md. Dr Lind*lrom i. Todd. Miss Bergman') fed her thrrr with Pia nu wife nr 4 KJM Bergman Ms) h> %  nd husband. R..lwrt'j Ro*seltayed wtlh fchem In last ; %  0 "Cot | HIT baby bMuttfnl < a fine Sunny Weather in Trinidad P IS8ENGE1 M R. i.brir ERS arriving from %  noon laid Carlo ttu i Pierce in sunshine. Very ll'ke the weather they b 'rival at Sea well, overt i ' i i ortord Holiday Over CYRIL GOMES WOO U with Barclays Bank in Damt lmboon holidaying H. Brtitindos since July 31-' i i" roturn to | n< Airways. Hon. II I) Shilling-ford. Mr HuKh Rerifern and Mr. John !<"•-< %  %  arrived from St. LueU on %  ii.' Hue t. nsM %  B.B.C. Radio Programme THt UD4T l 01 It I tl IS am J*ro(T. lanes* ciw*. u w %  n %  i.nuh II >nn. Tha Naa. i %  u > InltrUid*. %  I says, tire n ilnki thi-. may be i of the dldcrcnce in feeding, %  Off To St. Vincent i(s HAZEL MACKINH leave* 'Copy Boy' Penelope F ILM on | Awttr %  .<*•> djKLtu II Russsll Mi.dt W a *ch D .n atW Coral's WOMH .I' M HI.. %  trivia* In louden The* will i, Ihtlt daneins bsielaoi ma* PaNP an Autl.jl.an lac* iKU I i lark March ay to Uhe U.S. from England with his wife Florem c in Use gin-on Elizabeth. Airways for Mrs. March says the"ir daughU i ... four otlir-i PtjrtOM (18), left college th|. HIP siirls from liarlwidns who have summer, wants to become >ne to St Vincent for a holiday, writer. "She has taken a job oi Owen Cecil, Miss the New York Post" sayt Mrs ml tin K %  MiH;,/H liitii-> March. She Is ft copy boy.' Is spartan" rh.-e*eman. "aVsO fetches tea for threturning Today Useful \i HN M OD£R ? ll ? INO ,h, '. r tv uml Incidental Intelligence today b] H (. St Virn.nt |0 )<>ll I ng down the OM ... In. r • M 1 > %  M told nu yooterdaV, but X free eouatrj and very wolL *T*HANK hea lay. hut 1 [or the pwi low the „in verandah* come In very do i '" M ,l l : Tri %  ei.v. ,i rr) a ra. ii.id tod ; -till I'.S.-l. wife pleases.—Win THI: \l\ I:.M I IIKS OF I'lPA 15^ THE WAY .... By Beachcomber CK03 i OlIU : P ,%  %  > f 1 .. rj lu %  — i i ] //* To Datv APPARENTLY several people /A. were itiniriaad at my revelation that the craze for beini tiittooed ii.iv spread. It Is no lOBEar eonflnod to aallors. Onr well-known hostess appearet rooanUj m the staik at ,1 On 1th the names of her foui husbands on hor back. The ftrs: are created out ID markin; ink. Ain.llu'1 fashionable back of generous proportions, u haln i i'l fur mere tattoo gossip, such n "MiHlcent is After ('ieorfe." i Watch Tony and Muriel.* I hlafalj %  auafactorj w borfe at Uu ahaonnal dog in eira doubtful i urn I cea either nonni i ad by i And Onallj what conlog within the %  court ruling laid that ol Ifaa Act! 1 i Diannor uhqai Ittmk Kfi-ii'w lefa would nor%  bark." Thai Oboidtulti drint,-d in be the a i %  u.i long and srandanf icurj on I'nflibjecf. ru> % %  : uh.it f \ tl i e irordj Ihe publl i \>\>< ii dog. and tho normal r. the. than t,. be read troro covet cover nt a ItUni i rpenlng n Itanfleld, l, II ^ III I.i ^, in: i not a lutprue, ,t uu thought The wvan I AM constantly %  dtounded ^ ratlowa on page 213 sucgest that %  the amount of completely use in Huntingdon familial l* s#i knowledge within everybody'' Uutrade Uoi aaebj today. Fur instance. I hav< ells us that Just lead a self-confident proeighth son "1 Old "'Cubby." noiuicement that the men a into On ironmongery Cardiff wear the smartest hats b > % %  V.ilf. Hut thi'it England If it is true. |i doesn %  %  than handsome matter twopence. If it In un|ii< s ; Ri it doesn't matter twopenrc. Any angth) tin"'-''! 11 ", but, aa bow, there can be very few pea i.iiii-'. of what is in stoic for pie in a i no note Ubetone, i' ,, : ''such Vaiiey, H. K. Varper, n l.. HeaTsehurch or Herkhamsted to\ ,w. K Will.M. N and t iirililf. ;in. CIS pm %l*t*i"*: Ml p IPrograms ft SS p in T<>-4->'a Mpurt im —wu pm aisa M p m Scwrling a DVIH-IIV* I p n. HMIW NV.OMI %  1 p tr Book* t RMd %  M p m Tlw Ail. S tl p in laaarluda. • SB P m mm ihr Eaiiurui t p m Tunrlul Twvfiii** IX pa D Von B ii f o ibai. I 41 D in Bparu Pwp-ich. io p m Th# Neva, IO to p n > Iitrrludr. 10 II p 1,1 0cliM.li, Airi,., n> I*. p i Hara ana Thatr Cigarette Ends Surprise Girl From London They Are So Much Longei By PSEDKUCK COOK '-\ ... roitK. TWENTY n ill watchers heard late last night from a smiling 20-yeai-o\i LOftdon typlat what really u k ftr the %  It waa not tinhlgta bulld%  i | .. oadwaj — it was the cigarette ends To Judy Itrren. from Hill Road, Keraangton nottatng tinduYen 11 London und New York i the t.ii-i that nvei bi re paanli they have lit it. %  aid tson-emohing Judyt -h : i %  %  one thing tells me mure thi .thing else 1 have Been." Still Daminu 1 Judy is the girl arho round tin Rlptato out %  nu of stylish new clothaa and £800 spending money by UklO %  I Ito Mr. Hank | tlllon for the title of Ml ival he had only one day in New York lUrdoni weteotnlng vUriton to Maunhattta fell out one h> one before he. parked 16 bowl were oval But early this RaOrnlna Judy was still dandni In a night-clun four hours before ihe i la on her Wa) to II • %  lulu. Australia. India. IUI) BIW home ngnin. On Top < ii I'arapet her whniwiNd one-day visit bare %  i-.*d held two P i ferences. ba cade of Brlttah eara .ii '*) m.p.n. 'or a morning tali oca, bean b i* kataga at the largest cln. She had ap|eaii'd raata poaed foi graphers. climbed mi to a parapet 100ft. above the %  treat I more picture*. Tourril New YovV irom one end to the other by cor She had visited the Unll tioni, been guust of honour al ocktail appearance last night ail on a mid-night radio show. This Time, thicken The girl they could Dot Basda 0DO other record that In pressed New Yorkers. Shi!%  .• %  %  lunch She hud a 15s. dish ol ohl salmon And for dinner UU Viiin turned down steak ir avour of chicken at Eaa "There is only one thing 1 nan nlaaed," she said, "and lhat'i i oenana split There simply has no **""""" -,.KS "I I hold scour* in the knowledge that -.and more often, if you ar and wiuld certainly, has to bite back choose you agofamous last words in Morton speaking F.ll grva in i -• '.i'i • .is!) does it .1 He Choose you %  B in programme 7*=^ ass ,n l DAM l i inu PI 4/4 i -r • >Mu*< n TOWN IHal till % 1 " %  "THERE'S A GIRL IN m HI \KT i i. I, CHAMBV %  IH,C,S M. M\l...!' IS JWKf-OT % %  Ml:.%  I s'..j, B> Cnrca M I i.l ntgS ''" %  %  alAKO M MiUI* -nd Cjrtihinlrt ro-n.i i YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE WORLD'S MIDDLE WEIGHT CHAHPIOSSHIP SUGAR RAY ROBINSON vs. RANDOLPH TURPIN *i %/.\ %  Sao. 1.. dn "aiaai ruinm liilOi%  v I i i, , a *i 'i • m "NBWS HOI si.' %  ••• IMl M M.C.II ,s -' < n mi i" -OM. or IHS HAM Jimn, OI>TtN lllal H vi4 t. All IV mi GAItDEN — ST. i \Mi l"i S* KiDII — a.v am iin oaaaM HAIR irnicr Tlan.'j %  ( HA.U. *S WAU-OTT" v.-i'"k*A.. jn, FIGHT. AT Aj>l VI II I.l II I l.\i;>IA (Member Only) TO-NIC.HT C at) BfNG CROSBY JO\N FONTAINE IN "THE EMPEROR WALTZ" Color h> Icchnirolor T SONGS' CommrnHng FRIDAY KihANN TODD. CLAI'DI-. RAINS In "ONE WOMAN'S .STORY" GLOBE THEATRE TO-DAY 5 411(1 1.18 P-m. Rids A %  m i: STREET II IIII LAST .rk Si, v V.llffV" -tHU III.SIH I II 1 1 'ES .KAM' r 'I 'I \ MM I IO-IIA1 HOMHAV TALKIES Ashok Kumar — tfumlu sh.m'i in KISMET Our tn-i Indian Talkinc film. BVKRYBODY WILL ENJOY THIS PICTURE Indian1.0: Non-Indians ISe., 2tr.. 36e. EMPIRE 4.4S A 8.3t with the Republic Mualral HIT I'AIIAIM l.l Songs—Iancrs Muale— Mirth IIOYi 4.30 It 8.1S arttt the A r lion a ....... -Sunset CAHSON •DAYS OF BUFFALO BILL" and (All..n ( %  ockjr) LANE •SALT LAKE RAIDERS'' MTARTINT. lO-.MORROlV 2..10 A 8.110 tnd I'ONTIM'INr. DAILY AT 1.15 A l.lt MATINEL: SAT1RDAY MORNING al 9.30 E Al l I II E JAMES STEWART Hits %.!! w,.h Barbara HALE,, Itpiitiuij i.l AHtt /..1.KH1..11 .1 FILM mull it III.W mi-: hOlll iv FRONT I f.KVII.YK >l I'I If-lit l-l It 0Md.th^th. aj 'f^ SOON! ..-.II IVI I 'Ii %  M miaarv mafia elota. Mi I '.! I0| I • nan. !,,. nunb I M III) %  | % %  %  t 1 %  | i mmarent Rupert and the Sorcerer — 5 poalUon to conn !" ~ rTHIllllV if* !" ^ TO THE SCREENS BIGGEST ENTERTAINMENT BALL OF THEM ALL /// \ U PI U[> %  s ailiaii lug. cavr. ma I 1) • I>MIW.I ... ornatlr.B 111 %  %  .mrailj II la n I*. Tn t Ii '0 illrt (I .. o -Y v 141 railffi fl->%  A Choice Of Scents %  if m it wo will Und UM .ii BI 11. raiidi bin [ %  our head, high und open our noctrlU to the winds of heaven i.i will know only Hi., nri ot the eountryside. That ts m) Robert UubuinRb talkinn in %  BS.C programm,. .idled 1 Speak for My-ill' Plus: LOCAL TYI.1NT ON PAtADI EDDIE HALL Btalinp "Btgln Ihe BeRUine" MAVIS WILTSHIRE ry Star" NIVILLI I'HII.l.ll s -1 Apolod %  PftXelCIS HYI'OI.ITK II MARTIN HAYNKS I I CHaSTON HOLDBI '' % %  H I A Hal Mmltal Shor. TACKAOI OF RHYTHM lor (111* show >ou solU or Here early t'auac IO the ORANDDST WEEK-END ENTIRTAINMINT SPECIAL SATIROM AT '..? Icpublic Double set CARSON in %  KING OF GAMBLERS BORDERED SPUNS 36" l..7 Beauiiful Designs and Colours PLAIN SPUNS 36" 81.10 In Pink. Lemon. Peach. Green. Blue and White FLOWERED SATINS 33 8:ir. SHANTUNG 36" SI. 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Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Thursday, August 16, 1951
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ESTABLISHED 1895
TIU'KSDAY, A I'll" X
PRICK f\\
Iran Rejects U.K's
Eight Point Plan:
But Stokes Savs No
TEHERAN, August 15.
|>ERSIAN delegates cross examined Britain's
oil envoy, Richard Stokes, for two and a half
hours to day on his "peace" proposals, then one of
Ihem said, "they are incomplete "
Stokes, himself, denied that Premier Mossa
degh had turned down hiB eight point plan, offer
ing Persia the control of operations inside the
ountry. "Nothing has been rejected, nothing has
been accepted," he stated "I am convinced that
these proposals are as good as any Persia could
get "
The Education Minister. Karim-----------------------------------------------------------
Mitra Sinanan
'in -linn- Colonial
Secretary
CN IMMIGRANTS
one of the Per*
who mid that the pfo-
complete, added'
i- virtually un-
i

sion of the British plan, which ha
ridings reaehad with the
Stab Oil envoy. Avcrell
i | that Pratnh r
Kh had la*t night rejected
British proposals, and -.
rjpoaals:
. U Britain
he /
3 The claims of botl
*
aton.
9 tv British oil Mnff is to
k*-cp on worklni V *
Arab Slalrs May
Attend Paris Talks
tNDRIA. Egypt Aug. IS.
An Ar.b League source said on
tl the Arab States
lUend the Paris
:., Concllia-
>ii SaMambar
I thai thi
want to prove their goodwill snd
i ,nd [
.
. to. in- partUlen of Palcs-
tlne and Ihe rpnlritiun of An
refugees, it aaTd. now
lelcgates w
. rtth Itrsal

-II*
$292m Fdr Defence
Pi
ERRA, Auk 1ft.
to
'!
Krencaalcal
pent 1:1:1:1-
000,000 1
1 r
i'<>irr-OF-SPAIN. Aug. 13.
The Unit shot in what may turn
out In be an attack by the Parlia-
mentary Group on tin- Govern-
ment's newly initiated campaign
agalnSt prohilftald immigrants
WSJ Rrad by tl"' Hon Mltra Sin-
anan. Group spokesman:
Mr. Sinanan sent the following
question to Hon. P. Rentson,
Colonial Secret.u\
Will the Hun. the Colonial
Secretary slate for the inform-
lUon "l the House the number of
prohibited immigrants now in
custody .a the Royal Jail
ing
further as to what is the expend
ture Incurred by the taxpayers m
tig the said immigrant*
in prison; the period of time they
have been detained and the coal
Communists
Driven NorI li
BTH AIIMV HEAD^t'ARTEHS.
Korat Aug. 15.
United Nations patrols attacked
1 mi Communist groups en-
trenched on hills southwest ol
i today and di
Reds to the north.
lb 1. .'. were inflicted
on the Redi u Allied lighting men
braved intense machine-gun lire
and mortar tire in take the heights
K ing, one <>f the tnoal Im-
iKirtant Communist held cities in
Central Korea, is reported to be
the centre of a large buildup nf
Red troops and battle upnUea
i*.N. patrols ranging mm tl
city have contacted
Communist groups from platoon to
tomnanv in site.
Allied patrols farther
i; Bjda tv* ntacti with ned
northwest ol Hwachon Red
unltl III ranging from 20 to SO
men in USO were ttk-n under U.W
fin- and qubtkly dispersed
There wet* foul contacts made
in the area nmthesM Ol the Hwa-
chon laartiriaT hut no heavy fight-
ing was reported
One "f the contacts occurred in
the "punchbowl" valley north ol
Inje. A UN. officer said: Out-
side those four encounters our
sector was very very quiet."
UP
Dulles Warns Reds
Aboul Sabotage
Over Jap VriHtly
WASHINGTON, Aug 16
JOHN FOSTER DULLES in a nationwide radio
address Wednesday night warned the Soviet
Union not to send a "wrecking crew" to the San
Francisco Conference to tryUo sabotage the Jap
anese Peace Treaty, declaring: "K such tactics
would be tried we are confident they would fail "
Dulles made it clear that nations attending tin
San Francisco Peace Conference will not be per
mitted to alter the text of the Japanese Treaty
made public in Washington and London
Mm Tut- Tuitg
dv at Die Royal Jail await-, -. <, . *
deportation"' Will he -tat, Sabotaged OUVMl
Intercuts In Koren
WASHINGTON. Auk '
The Voice of America said on
Of deporting these persons to their Wednesday that the Soviet repC*-
respeetivc countr
An oral nnswer is required"
A Government release esti-
mated that there were about
H.lWHt .0*l immi|rinl. in Uw
Island who were causing unem-
ployment to Trinidadlans and
taking away foodstuffs and other
fi Om Trim-
ludi.ni- It has also been ascer-
tained tbat at ihe moment there
are 23 illegal immigrants impris-
oned In local lattk. The average
number of prlaonarg in tl
ny per day |g 1.050. The cost per
!>n-me: m a minimum ot $1.20
! ,. j
A cable icquchliug a debate in
i. House Ol Commons on Trini-
dad's economic ri
:i, PaiHamentary Opposltloi
i da. August 13.
U.S. Colonel Disrupts
Communisl Union
B\ DAN P. CQLMOBB
LEGHORN. ITALY. Ail",. 15,
Trf Communist controlled Union of Port Workers hci
h;ts been undermined by United State* army methods ana
,1 BUCti muniit direction of other port cities
ily may also be shattered.
- This Tyrrhenian potl Bit)
battered duiiug the w.ii and BtU
feriing the efrccts seven rear*
later. *ias become She Tat*'
centra of ComniuniM strength
Bo rax Communists are losing.
and it is becoming almost .
tar them as far a
"lace" i* concerned
hi responsible for thll
is Colonel Norman Visenng. once
farm owner in Florida and not
mandmg the 7658 U S
.illative lias sent a top
port to Moscow accusing the Clim-
Mao TM
rung ot deliberately tal
Soviet interests in the Korean
war. Tt* Voice Mid that report
was wrtitan by Vladimir iin:v.
the chiel correapoodani tor Tns.
the Soviet Nawi Agow i In PaJ-
pmg The :.....I
VIM intended only 1< a
Sot U < res
i". Vo i
thai the Korean i
Ol the Chll I
persistent, '; '" l'1' ""
logical deviations Ul M
U rn.il cliq .
Rngov added thai the wain
unwlTlingi '
munist General to uullaa >
methods H combat
.,., dm prime reason rhf so
I.
How ihe report reached
can hands was nut OXplal I
Britain Can Build ^^'u',i''"
r. ... ss i lorYtoonertW
Own Atom Bomb War Problem
. I'MMdenl v social tepre-
eni itivi ("ill presi i onfarann
lo Um Baa
i: hid tie#n given
iini Unit (in- purpose of
sraa t sign the
a liiih hr
baolutel) final
tcKument
Dulles reported that so far 34
ivo formally accepted
he Anglo-American invitation to
nelseo
Significant
in
:.; I
poll
LONDON .v
Krilnin can build hi bomb an> I
.houses, bill IhgTe ppetrs |r> be two schools nf thought oi
whether the Hritish sh Some feel that Ihe; hould i i I pruduci
the world that they do not ni-ed atomic help from th<
United States Others contend that sht should not n to tfl
expense uf making an atomic Immb because nv is no!
Ct .ny in vuw U.S. Plan To liar
Czech Airliners
WASHINGTON. Aug. 15.
t n e United Stah v* '
I Ug to bar
Oeoh airliners from Hying oval
,. uj ,. of Oarmanj ini
(in iae imprlsonmentl
logistical command luie
Miflsi-iken d.ni with engaginj:
he knowp how It
handle worker- as he did will
1.000 person* on hli own payroll
Vlset Lng came here I w
ago after directing the
. ply line to Kon -i '
v'stablisb at Leghorn a disem-
barkatlon base for troopP- and
rnatenal en route t^ t;.s. occupa-
tion forces in Austria and Ger-
many. He was then and still i*
faced with formidable pt
leghorn it one of the "Red"
ti inuholds of Italy. Ifora than
any other city in Italy it has a
.!.:''- memory of wai dfter almost
. cut oft all coinmer- dt,|v hop.bardment. hv C.
,-hoslovakia Amcncan and Eruiush.
traod rite resolu-
l>apc.......
William Oatl
P gai ad aei -
aral
it
he.,, mi Comma
r*|e*M <>ti-
Tne Department has already
ii : nil Czech tnide
.
titgn tarifl
uslv hm-
in.in'iiv' $25,000,000
to the Amcncan

Th. S63
Sovirl Troop Trains
MAINZ. OKKMANV. Aug. IB.
Eight French and four Baar
f ami I''."1
home from RUBna
day that thousands ol
aming the Baltk OOUI
..,bolaging Soviet troop iTallH
and mililiry inst.iii
The 12 men still dad
Rufcslan prisoner of war par n>ats refused to give Ihoi
4ey said it might afTect
Mime 1.000 French prisoners still
n Ku^ia
The n '
iatd that after the first three years
which '*.'! |utt iwful" they
, en- pvan chance t'<
ivlns condiudni tmprovt t I*.
\\ ealhef Tlireatena
Vi'liirua A^ain
ANTIGl'A. Aug. IT..
To-daj Antigua ! expi i
Udly thai familiar Ihl
waathai to Crash I i peoph < n
irs of eaacUj a year

l-ast Port Left
It was the last port evacuated
b) I'.S. forces two years after f.*ie
w.ir. Vlsertm hai already work-
ed wonder*. In two month-
built up headquwiti-
id a run-.'
gwaltlnf Sanati
fee several
, ..
, ...,. .
'.inning out ovi
F : All UK
Oermanj
first eargo and troop
laeaS
d WSJ h.m.clf a port woikei
nj.fl
Jackoponi 51.
blmaelf
Following the part* line he first
CO Vlserlng that peopl
ghorn district ,
part of "Amii
Troops." Then after looking around
at unemployment and when VlSOt-
mg announced th*l A".i'T,i
iobs to 3.800
J .ckoponi had
.
iff of j that po Muld
(ilk for A.
ons Bui that Id have to
n the Commui.
I
I I-
JAP TREATY PUBLISHED
First Hurricane Of
Th*" I').*>! Season
MIAMI. Florida. Aug. 15.
The wentht i bureau
on Wednesday i.'iat Ihe *lr1 hur-
ricane of the 1991 aeaton witi
winds 100 miles an hour kai
lolled up In the Leeward Inlands
I .
Miami. The hurrh--.
moving In
nnrth westerly lUreeflon at .d-ni
'.'. mile- an hour.
Reconnaisanee aim I
Miami locate,! the storm
a.m. At latltU 10.1 "HI fU i
...
.. | .if Port Di
Martinique n snu the
r tin i but v*
i leal i*
baaii .!!
South Atlantic area. The first
which was | in g|
wa- spotted east nf the Florid
ut in ih
th Atlantic In earls
IT
Rockefeller
Marries Again
Britain I ke| in Atomi

has lint g ..' i..... fui
ludlng the one -it Hai
tl it rtntam uses
The pro|H?cls ;ue thsl she, alsi
i i oon have ermu
to Tl n k e
; i i I go inti
Milt.iUi'
nurd and sawast
1
llamk Plli
Addltfmally, mmnii
i t.. i.
i n k plutonium from
: Plutonium #
NKW VORK. Aug
John n. RocJrefeUei lunlor, ;t
-vear-old milhonaue plulanthio^
nisi, srhose aeeantnc father
lounded the vast Standard ^
empire, married WedneasnQ I
the widow ol an old college chun.
Rockefeller, who*e g
advance
huinin welfare have totalled mil-
lions of dollars was mat
i"rovidencc. Rhode Island to Mri
Hartha Balrd Allan, 56. retiret
concert pianist. The Nl
public Halations firm of Lac sm
Moik announced here that th<
ITUd-monung ceremony was pri-
vate attended onl) '" laaroedtat*
,i.< nibcr Of Hie tWO f."
A .spokesman fol the pubin
. John i> Rosfce
feller the .third, one of Sl| rhll-
dren bom of Rockefeller's Artl
ervad as l>ralmun for;
It a/as th. I.i.
IbKkcf, H
of Ins attention to the foundation
in, farnoui father.
Unofflcull Keporis
ire unonl-
July tint Britain
as sen i
oon
.
-in- powe

'

hi Id bl-
unt It V.'..
Lstroh
Fuel Shortage
. ih" In I-

B
. I rel hortagi l


reai 1 h<
first expei
set i
. rve ivortu
vv. 15 !
The Urn*
one a hall million
I'll helu
v ituMia announi sd on I

i.iK .It the
j .
uted n .ti.nr. mam

4utkNi from purely humanl-
1 hi clone
itx it ion i to the govern>

Completing ihe flrat tage of
i < -U11
mi.-' again, piobably
in Fui ope nl the end Of U
lii.it when
, lime i bean da-
i ill in' Me the Oavarn
to send repre-
i .ot studies
nlight be made ill
Rerman; Italy ;>ni
till hold-
.i U
,. i nara. Russia
Kinred the
\
'.'.' ......i Com*
. j

I .p.
He.,!. .. Itbei
...ii "i, Untied
Kingdom consUeted sni of ini
cam changes In the text if
rnajoi i haractsi lint ha sddaC
.......t thai
ugnlncance to oiu oi n
i
., ,i that ! ....
ii might
.
to th. Pnllu>e*sMi flHei
Uwvma
me ..( th. ii re
.ul.! bi con pleteli itlsAcd hul
it Hum would be growing r
. mimi
, tin- formula worked
| i.i
lethod b\ which rlalmai

,i .
The formula i1

ndai which the) *ill i
en Ices fi
rraan n i | c.....tni
i t h k both
1
Some Question
na.lv age 01
treaty
hi naiions i - the I .nation nf
juli afl. mm which <'<,]-
tiiiti of Japani i
.....
rhethei the Ruaslani
ved up 10 fi,
'......ul Ihsl Ihe >J
ha. unde.tik.il to look
. , .. ... Ml ii mould
- mentioned in Ihe neat.
Amerlcfii and J
HEARST Will. BE
BURIED FRIDAY
B iti FRAN! IfiV \uf. IS,
dolpl H' '
probabl) o

i i .. ii
.'
i
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! i Bi arly HUb
i peat efully from In-
e. Hi
.
Phot
his fatht i Benator
1 j. .ii t I'.P.
In con ertli
Into i-ou.

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plant it..


Feisal Extendi
\ isil To Hrilain
!
BOMB DAMAGES
RED BOOKSHOP

Intermittent >harp hi
were persistent thi
day. It ! lust Bve
an annlvaraarj of Hurt which v-
ermed a tmsii hurricane srhldi
proved to be merely the Introdue-
. Uurashlng "f :t i
(Jti Kmim- Trip
I .J<(N, Aug. la.
Itoberto Villanucva Ot
Manager <-f Uks MsnIU (hraoUlr
. ii bondon on Mo
. i
Its trip and i
,ghout th. Wedm for a *hort *ta
'
bg week-
end.
plans call f
eturn to the Philippine*
August To-night the wi. India rather than the
Kg ii increasing and the barometer
lias dropped 17 point', but the In-
alarmed or bat-
tened down as ..
'.-d to pass b>
Antigua.
United State*
Hi plans, however.
'he Han Framiwo Treat.
ence In Septembai a member
of the Pliilippmr delegation
v.r.
I'AH IS
A.....i Sda Iminl
I


pallet


\ug la
i An
igtend hi visit
' I'n II 'llll Ill
with i' '
of mutual ii
the Middle East", the foreign
...
It *aa learne
. i -
r '
esented
inch mot
. .. r r
Showdown On
Near Kast
Today
FUI8H1NQ MRAIMiW.
York. Aug. is.
:\r til again .in i
Ui thi di i loral n r-. n Easteri
hitUHtion ilnce the par i
Palestine .mil ihe pauagr ol ih.
Ill-fated United Nations
lo internationalisi Jarusalem will
in- unvcih .. when
the U.S., B kocc plai
t......ruest the Bet uii it^ C
rwdei Egypl to lift 'be blot
um But i Canal on the ground
ihji it vmi.il. the spini of armh
i tteoa ti
ol (i-.n C Hi the Ml.l-
i|.
U... line. W. *.-i n ;
aapoeted Ii rcsorq
Oon t.i thai ffc hen the Coun-
ii re .ifici .i two-
.,
.i -ill uo* ers deb flSU
1 0
ipromlse
' ......i obviate th-'
- 'i ......ildtnj Egyi t pubHi ly
Rgypt rla
ol thi blockerit is
,
. ondi lo lie life
i.i ' i !
i
i i ......ii ihe Council that I:
is not planniiuj to
do hlch i parl ol Ai i i
. I | ,! JJ i,
i. .., 'n.iti. i re 11|
nouncad in thi uim breath that
i..... i* Unposslbsi
i .. i .
i ol --------1 i M.....
" '!.''.." '
t pre
Knvpt would by unable
'iithm and tl^'
\ .hit .. .ii .it d
i ..
. to ini Cout
11 i
,i.i
ti it
astu
Thu will okci the U N
in ii' ,i"
i'i so f.ir as fin-
idj s hey to
iboul ei f.......i the Council <
hit thi-
ii...... [>! rnstrtelloni
.,!,.,. | ... \ ipol scnun for (he
thi Japanese ...
uvlet forces In Manchuria -.
di unaecounted for
The"ADVOCATE"
pay* for NEWS
Dial 3U3
Day or Night
itt.ii 'it i thf Sll qw
i.nht' hut he refuaea
laUt "ii bow the i. i
be intplemi d.....net I
proved by the H notions bodgi
i imr"i'
Igypt would, ae-
dipiuinatii observer*
i . immt olatf effeel of
weakening the whole rrti
armlsUea igraamenti snd makln
i ...i (.. | trat ta adopi
_. .
... but the
beginning ot
a tragedy

i
thi
"fi
Hue Du Pont I i
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II'
100 DEAD
ANKARA TU1 KXV >

I gied la

leal Vv a\t* In Texas
l A. 15
l .1 1951 will be

; iwrature-
%
threaten."

ii kat. At least
At .-lo I '
ti't no .clief i-
SOVIET WAR FACnrORIES IUM NIGHT WD DAY
y H BKhlNf.IMM Tt
I,Khl.IN. Augu>l 15. the
Returned priioner* of war from
-
the Soviet Union1! war factories
.lay. and
th.it USe '
gag
Mid that thi '"' openly expressed doubt
sidings across Russia are jammed Ru**ia had the atom bomb,
with m eight Factnrv Work bile Wort
Rat cars roll along. They worked in Rimsukn factor- la
nen In a |W8-
for frar of jaop> | r .
drdbing the scheduled release ;f i.
men still in wg
Russian prisonei of war camp treated I I
The pruoners said that th-y :nl. ^ituatiOl '
found widespread fe;,i of ,t t),..
among Russian citizens thev n el

1


emeienry.
rie and

it whethet

that the,
g> em gage I
Yet it would be tdk noskualtt lb* mimhcr of
l>rs camel hv iSfcic-.lv disLSrdad CalAMMIj -
because the hahit will appaienil> pct'i^t Jv-pitc
the scnouv losv ot lite snd proper!v rc.uliini
from ihc^cotilhresk..
Ii is the work of s lew minutes to protcu your-
self from rek of loss through tire, hv consulting
sf your earnest oppdrrunitv the local scents of
Ousrdian AaanrsaXi Co I.id Ami,if the oppor-
tunity d not Men ha present rsaattj aansna
r.rr. don't usually pee
much .. i
Local Agfnii
S P. MUSSON, SON ii Co Lid
nROAIl STBRET P.ll Box !U. Phone <|6S


rwo
i:\KIMIHIs AliVOCATT
TIII'RSDW. \I' Qahib galling
Cl R '.' \I.FJSTER.
I '
V 1 i
a about

B.C. a
'
guest at

Yarned in Jamaica
i

Beddow, tridMi
.:. .lohn-

Mad In a dy
or two
Via Trinidad
CHARLES WATKINf
Barefoot dancers
M,:
J-.ii

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He -I- eiai
Batea.
40 Year* at Eton
K M VIBDC
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of Mr. Hugh


Btrgrr.an'e Visit
UMNO tu-i visit to London
to see fter 12-year-old
Khtcr. Pta, Mt*h Ingrld Berg-
rhu been staying m K'-nsinn-
..t trie home of film director
I w wile.
. l>-md. Dr Lind*lrom
i. Todd. Miss Bergman')
fed her thrrr with Pia
nu wife nr4
KJM Bergman Ms) h> '
nd husband. R..lwrt'j Ro*sel-
tayed wtlh fchem In
last ;
! 0 "Cot | .
Hit baby
bMuttfnl
< a fine
Sunny Weather in
Trinidad
PIS8ENGE1
MR.
i.brir
ERS arriving from

noon laid Carlo ttu
i Pierce in sunshine. Very
ll'ke the weather they b
'rival at Sea well, overt i
' i i ortord
Holiday Over
CYRIL GOMES WOO U
with Barclays Bank in Damt
lm- boon holidaying h.
Brtitindos since July 31-'
i i" roturn to |
n< Airways.
Hon. II I) Shilling-ford. Mr
HuKh Rerifern and Mr. John !<"-<
arrived from St. LueU on
ii.' Hue t. nsM
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
THt UD4T l 01 It I
tl IS am J*ro(T.
lanes* ciw*. u w n.
i.nuh II >nn. Tha Naa. i
u >
InltrUid*.

I says, tire
n
ilnki thi-. may be
i of the dldcrcnce in
feeding,
-

Off To St. Vincent
i(s HAZEL MacKINH leave*
'Copy Boy' Penelope
FILM
on |
Awttr .<*> djKLtu II
Russsll Mi.dt Wa*chD.n atW
Coral's WoMh .I' M hi..
trivia* In louden The* will i,
Ihtlt daneins bsielaoi ma* PaNP
an Autl.jl.an lac* iKU
I i lark March
ay to Uhe U.S. from
England with his wife Florem c
in Use gin-on Elizabeth.
Airways for Mrs. March says the"ir daughU i
. ... four otlir-i PtjrtOM (18), left college th|.
Hip siirls from liarlwidns who have summer, wants to become
>ne to St Vincent for a holiday, writer. "She has taken a job oi
Owen Cecil, Miss the New York Post" sayt Mrs
ml tin K Mi- H;,/h liitii-> March. She Is ft copy boy.'
Is spartan" rh.-e*eman. "aVsO fetches tea for th-
returning Today Useful
\i hn MODR?ll?INO .,h,'.r!tv. uml Incidental Intelligence
today b] h (.
St Virn.nt |0 )<>ll
I
'
ng down the OM ... In. r
M1
> m told nu yooterdaV, but X free eouatrj and
very wolL *T*HANK hea
lay. hut 1
[or the pwi low the in verandah* come In very do i
'" M',l'l :" Tri . ei.v. ,irr) a. ra.
ii.id tod
; -till
I'.S.-l.
wife pleases.Win
thi: \l\ i:.m I IIKS OF I'lPA

15^ THE WAY .... By Beachcomber
CK03 i OlIU
: P ,- >
f 1 ..
rj lu


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//* To Datv
APPARENTLY several people
/A. were itiniriaad at my revela-
tion that the craze for beini
tiittooed ii.iv spread. It Is no
lOBEar eonflnod to aallors. Onr
well-known hostess appearet
rooanUj m the staik at ,1 On
1th the names of her foui
husbands on hor back. The ftrs:
are created out Id markin;
ink. Ain.llu'1 fashionable back
of generous proportions, u haln
i i'l fur mere tattoo gossip, such
n "MiHlcent is After ('ieorfe." i
Watch Tony and Muriel.*
I hlafalj auafactorj w borfe at Uu ahaonnal dog in eir-
a doubtful i urn I cea either nonni i
ad by -......... i And Onallj what con-
log within the
court ruling laid that ol Ifaa Act!
1
i Diannor uhqai Ittmk Kfi-ii'w
lefa would nor-
bark." Thai Oboidtulti drint,-d in be the
a i u.i long and srandanf icurj on I'n- flibjecf.
ru> : uh.it f \ tl i e irordj Ihe publl i
of .in idinormal dog In List of Huntingdon*!!!!.- Cab
which would not men,'' the Bnal volume In --
bark. Then brilliant teiiei It bj the ideri
' !--i|k "i uridt i ook, to .....lipped >\>\><
ii dog. and tho normal r. the. than t,. be read troro covet
cover nt a ItUni i rpenlng n
Itanfleld, ,
l, II ^ III I.i ^, in:
i not a lutprue, ,t uu
thought The wvan I am constantly dtounded ^
ratlowa on page 213 sucgest that * the amount of completely use
' in Huntingdon familial l*s#i knowledge within everybody''
Uu- trade Uoi aaebj today. Fur instance. I hav<
ells us that Just lead a self-confident pro-
eighth son "1 Old "'Cubby." noiuicement that the men a
into On ironmongery Cardiff wear the smartest hats b
> V.ilf. Hut thi'it England If it is true. |i doesn
'- than handsome matter twopence. If it In un|ii<
s; Ri it doesn't matter twopenrc. Any
angth) tin"'-''!11", but, aa bow, there can be very few pea
i.iiii-'. of what is in stoic for pie in a
i no note Ubetone, i' ',,-:''- such
Vaiiey, H. k. Varper, n l.. HeaTsehurch or Herkhamsted to\
,w. K Will.M. N and t iirililf. ;in Valplne, C M Or the les* wife?
4pm Tt.r N* t M I
... S.OO- S p <

Pipm ani ifi.ua>. CIS pm
%l*t*i"*: Ml p I- Programs
ft SS p in T<>-4->'a Mpurt
imwu pm aisa m
p m Scwrling a DvIh-IIv* I p n.
HmIw NV.omI 1 p tr Book* t
RMd M p m Tlw Ail. S tl p in
laaarluda. SB P m mm ihr Eaiiurui
t p m Tunrlul Twvfiii** IX pa D
Von Biifoibai. I 41 D in Bparu
Pwp-ich. io p m Th# Neva, io to p n>
Iitrrludr. 10 II p 1,1 0cliM.li, Airi,.,
n> I*. p i Hara ana Thatr
Cigarette Ends
Surprise Girl
From London
They Are So Much Longei
By PSEDKUCK COOK
'-\... roitK.
TWENTY n ill
watchers heard late last night
from a smiling 20-yeai-o\i LOft-
don typlat what really u
k ftr the
'
It waa not tin- hlgta bulld-
i | .. oadwaj
it was the cigarette ends
To Judy Itrren. from -
Hill Road, Keraangton nottatng
tin- duYen 11
London und New York i
the t.ii-i that nvei bi re paanli
.
they have lit it.
aid tson-emohing Judyt -h
: i

one thing tells me mure thi
.thing else 1 have Been."
Still Daminu
1 Judy is the girl arho
round tin Rlptato out
nu of stylish new clothaa and
800 spending money by UklO
I I- to Mr. Hank |
tlllon for the title of Ml i-
val rhi-v are novfng dci rrora
continent to continent v I.'St tii.n
>he had only one day in New
York
lUrdoni
weteotnlng vUriton to Maunhattta
fell out one h> one before he.
parked 16 bowl were oval
But early this RaOrnlna Judy
was still dandni In a night-clun
four hours before ihe
i la on her Wa) to II
lulu. Australia. India. IUI) BIW
home ngnin.
On Top < ii I'arapet
her whniwiNd one-day visit
bare i-.*d held two P i
ferences. ba
cade of Brlttah eara .ii '*) m.p.n.
'or a morning tali
oca, bean b i* kataga at the
largest cln.
She had ap|eaii'd
raata poaed foi
graphers. climbed mi to a para-
pet 100ft. above the treat I
more picture*. Tourril New YovV
irom one end to the other by cor
She had visited the Unll
tioni, been guust of honour al
ocktail .
appearance last night ail
on a mid-night radio show.
This Time, thicken
The girl they could Dot
Basda 0DO other record that In
pressed New Yorkers.
Shi- !-! .''
lunch She hud a 15s. dish ol
ohl salmon And for dinner UU
Viiin turned down steak ir
avour of chicken at Eaa
"There is only one thing 1 nan
nlaaed," she said, "and lhat'i i
oenana split There simply has no
**""""" -,.KS
"I I
...ii- nv
IT'S WORTH IT
. nothing quit,
ni( as a happy largo daVldaslUg la the way of.
*e, and if to achieve it lovP and happiness, and you are
. who has U> hold scour* in the knowledge that
-.and more often, if you ar and wiuld certainly,
has to bite back choose you ago-
famous last words in Morton speaking
F.ll
grva in i
- '.i'i .is!)
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does it
.1 He Choose you
B in programme
7*=^
ass
,n l DAM l
i inu *
PI 4/4
i -r >Mu*<
n TOWN
IHal till
.....% 1
"
"THERE'S A GIRL IN m HI \KT
i i. I, CHAMBV
IH,C,S M. M\l...!' IS JWKf-OT Ml:.-
I s'..j, B> Cnrca M I
i.l ntgS ''"" alAKO M MiUI* -nd Cjrtihinlrt
ro-n.i i
YOUR LAST CHANCE
TO SEE
THE WORLD'S MIDDLE WEIGHT CHAHPIOSSHIP
SUGAR RAY ROBINSON
vs.
RANDOLPH TURPIN
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t. All IV
mi GAItDEN ST. i \Mi -
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EMPIRE
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A Choice Of Scents
if m
it wo will Und UM
.ii bi 11. raiidi bin '[ '
our head, high und open our noc-
trlU to the winds of heaven i.i
will know only Hi., nri
ot the eountryside. That ts m)
Robert UubuinRb talkinn in
BS.C programm,. .idled 1
Speak for My-ill'
Plus:
LOCAL TYI.1NT ON PAtADI
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MAVIS WILTSHIRE...... ry Star"
NIVILLI I'HII.l.ll s -1 Apolod
PftXelCIS HYI'OI.ITK II
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CHaSTON HOLDBI '' H I .
A Hal Mmltal Shor. TACKAOI OF RHYTHM
lor (111* show >ou solU or Here early t'auac IO the
ORANDDST WEEK-END ENTIRTAINMINT
SPECIAL SATIROM AT '..?
Icpublic Double - -
set CARSON in - ' KING OF
GAMBLERS "
BORDERED SPUNS 36"____________________________l..7
Beauiiful Designs and Colours
PLAIN SPUNS 36"__________......____________81.10
In Pink. Lemon. Peach. Green. Blue and White
FLOWERED SATINS 33__......_______________________8:ir.
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36"
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l.tuirli. Breakfast. Soup & Dinner Plales
Veyelnble llishos with Covers
Meal MfbM
Milk Jue<
l-Pl. Cups with Covets
Hecoraled Tea Pots
Iletontled Bowlswith & withottl Covers.
a
the stviiiiviioy ro-oiM:i:.\rivK
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in
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TOM TYLER


TIUKM.W Ml,1ST IK. 1*51
R.\RRAIM>S M)V PAOB THRW
O,// to the Seaside....* with ****** [**
Cuba Doubles Sugar s-janfeh J**
Sales To U.K. *mmM
For Vocational Scholarships
LONDON.
Cuba sold twice as much sugar lo the United Kingdom
POKT-OF-SI'MN. Aug. 13
KnVWlada* of Spaniel is no
'" te!?^ "^S" oi~Mt~y?' s in'hVco'rresjotTdinp SEJffS7wA >
period of 1950. accurdm;' t.i new lii-urcs jusl released by the .hip* to the MMnpoul
Cnb:it! Sic':n Stahiliviition Institute, coverinil sales up to the l.onal School al Rto Plodras.
end of May. The figures show Cub-n exports to Britain I*"''.!.' Hico. Mr. Lawrence W.
Intalline. jfe,12l tOM in Ulla year-* flvr-month period, ir ""'""' s"V"or>, General ol ihe
_____________: .nsinlhes.me perio I last jWtt pSS1?.;.y?
Ronrd ..f Trade return-., pub- Mr Cramer '' ">"< be had
UsI.tMl 111 IxMidiMi, put Uw ngurc beard from Dr. Rafael Pico. Chair-
for thf< y.'jr even higbci. with u m..... " Phtnali i I
big rise in U.K. sugai bnporl -ii'i Zoning Hoard of Pucim Rico
(Sim In June. Ovei Uw and n United States member ul
rlrn fix months of thl rear, tin- Caribbean ('cinmrt-ion, arm
nrrordrng to these figure Britain from fhe Director of the point IV
uouoht S59.179 toiu ol Cuban Office of the Puerto Rico |
.eluding 159.216 torn In p, outl E. Baditlo
*? *f"J ' the effect that candid..
"f be accepted, provided that thev
7.000 Sydney
Doekera Will Sirik<
SYDNEY. Auk !5
N. : rum Sydney dockers 10-
Ii;k.- n. m to-
morrow until Monday In proti ..
against the suspension of 75 work- ^^ (0,
. refUMd to work on the (.|]|)iin nit^r
midnight shift yesterday. ,.f ,-,,, ycri
New South Wiles minan j .Q50
ped work today to hold pithead
RAVI. Kxport* Drop
In
the Aral
and I
speak and understand the Engl
language,
Mora Application*
.ition*
the* ill iff belni
Ctlvcd by Mr. Cramer. Thirty tl
bant received, of which nun
rive have '< edy Man pu I
Mi. Cramer said. that \*~ uli'1i"'"1>"i(ussi
ictanl |)ni 1
It will furnish powt 1
nduttrtas tnrouajnut
students who ha
I
<".
(' 1 But the BUM Statis'i
tale- hiM drop 1 i|
1 tnt BrtlUh Wen Indie,
lance" The Wht-r.-ii- the total for irti
Brtdrl iu on West Indie* was M5.f13 tons in
h\tfi verj tha Urat six months
bad, and the ihifl ai 11 dropped to 147.38V tot "Pply because of the -
|- r (arable period of issi. i\ language requlretnent, will now
big bicreaae in British Imports av .1 thamtalvat ol thin upportu- whole of Bomb, nnri Hirrwtf^ ,,
from M.u-liiu. an-2 smaller mty. nd get In touch with him The huge umlergroun.. ,-., f^nilnSstruTwSSer, I
II enjoy free tuition ;it most completed and read. 1 i , of rl
B.G. Threatens
To Retaliate
On I in in igra linn
GEORGUfTCra N B.G., AumubI ::*.
Trinidad's dliva 10 strip CM Catend <>f "pn'lnbiti-.l iinnn-
rep kiaaioni in SriUih Guiana, as Is hkel> :.i iin i-i.w
renardiifi other West lnduin tsl.nuts. natlVM "I" whom may
be affected by Trinidad's artn>:
-----------------------------------------------------------ireec m iintisii 1
I
1
ihli Govemn
ItVlBI 11.
ilTeetea bj ihti
aged to be .....-i
earing . Ing, fiH
.
lo the
...... ,,. :
.ill West
Indian 11
:. Union Council
n Brent m W.
rare in!
..!. 1 ion thai tee
make restrictive regulation* nv
I
lllnilris leilerition
Ha idrd thai
the t>|.i ot action l m* taken hi
' 1 Eh At lh< 1 .

f< ill i.iVi.n
Cuba Can't
Complain
WASHING I
The United Staaas >hould ueai
mind Cuba'* I
LOfl dm rant t 700 p-
.ent. snfd Mr. John McMtll
1 Ilemocr.it, South t'.' 1>
itmsmg a mM-tina ,.f the AkhcuI

kidering ne sugar purchasin.

If Cuba feels -h# has the riuh
t.i throttle our tr.1diU0n.il trade I'
rextile*." he declared, "surely sh
tannot complain if the I'nite
State* re-* [hi to bu..
uKar when and where it chooses
Cuba admiti that the Vi
U the no*l important outlet (Ol
its sugar On the other band, Cub*
aanu t<' ignore the fact I
ta the mo" uiiportni
market foj American rayons an<
the second most important marke
for American cotton goods."
COX. Increase*
lie pointed nut that the hiithe
IU mean big Ir*
'ho coil of living for Cuban con-
1 at of srhorn depend upo
he tuaai trade f"i > Uvalihood
He continued <"\ibon enne field
workers a/Ill iw paytiig 90 1
more foi then overalls and 't
I hi hlahly-pald Amarlew
lndustral worker- "
RefemnR to a statement by ttu
President of Cuba thai I
seek cimiinei.ul ajaOBMnU Wltl
European countries wheroby those
.-.,. be extended ertali
preferential rates hitherto re-
served excluslvetj fo
States. Mr. MrMllUn ad 1. W
^ iii;i-l;i v in
ItliilJii^ LUg
Power Station
By Helm Usher
JAHLAMICA. Yugostavla.
Aug 14
BOuaand nen ami arotttan
ire toiling muni and da)
a week In this itrateajk
inauntaui vaUej 10 comi
will t>, the second largest hydra
;
not been pub-
'' lished but Yugoslav 1
riehn the station, due to start
operating m 1953. will be surpass-
ike up
|b*
aled tit
.....I s.....bj
Ihe high tariff later. )us: im-
pj -,-.i on laxtUaa, and laeond, bj
the goods which Cuba
DUJ fiom Europe which m
vloual* i"ifht from the united
st.ite*."____________B D i'
Committe* Witt AdviseGovl
On Local Ptoduction
PORT-OF-SI'AIN. Aug II
A ntne-m,.n .oninuttee has
aeen appointed by the K.
Agriculture and Lands, lion. Vlc-
'.t Bryan, lo idvlei Ojovarnaaant
on the pro.luction of l--al vege-
tablea. tl*h and animal |
With the idea ot making the Colo-
ny as telf-mifn. ictn
11. ..... nove by Qovarsi
nan! in 1" aai*** of tacximg th.e
- ..i living in .. |.i."Vt .1
Mi 1 J Mint wi1' head
the Committee
HARBOUR LOG
In Carlisle Bay
After a tiring oVt)
BOVRJL
(\^yp restores
Xrs you
When ihe long srearvmg dav h over at bit a .up of Bovrtl is
cheering and refreshingBovrd's hecf>', energising goodness
hanithci ggkaaaCkal and Umituda and \ets Tu "P wonderiuilv.
HIHIHHFH. HOVKIL miM drlieivui unSwuhn.
and Improves all d.ihn.
EQUIP YOUR TRACTOR-DRAWN
AHD ANIMAL DRAWN VEHICLES
S^kp IMPLEMENTS
with
DUNLOP
FARM TYRES
WHEELS HUBS BRAKES
1
1 1 .
.1 .
S.li \l,r, M l*, HCl
mi nv
I'h......1
t.....4 *"
M V IWii-t1 VI- (I
. S fJ.Hl.Ut-l. Sfcl. 1
.'>,. h Mr..
Ii.......-
1
I
1.
PERMIT GREATER
LOADS
REDUCE FUEL
CONSUMPTION
1 ELIMINATE DAM-
AGE TO CROPS
'PERMIT LOWER
LOADING LINE
RUN SMOOTHLY
AND SILENTLY
US Tightens Control
On Imports
aaiwinw, M v 1 .
ftaMVALI
1^,-^|l:rx-'..
r '

falling f.n
but 'till
below dents
Britain !tll.
tun ^
1 the
htained ofthf 459.134
Ligai fn m Empire ^-in
g 1 < 1951, as against
161461 tons in the eorreepofkdlng
period la
June figure
W ^8HINQTON. Aug. 15.
The Unl ed States 1
if goodi
that are
escape us embarao. The Treat-
Ul V I >- p..l til I
1 led 11 Ilex
ther imports 1 1 <> '*:- i^,>
in CoauaUtMal China or Juni. ]950
North Korea, even If they passed urw for Brl,|5n aiilana. l|s:e another country n< ,, ,A Utu, ),,,,
ihe iruuiufactura ol tha goooa ^ (Hirchases rose from 4.173 tons
Metropolitan Vocatiorml
School and will be granted,
addition, $1,000 t's. 1 yaai u>
help meet thetr livinn and other
expea
The iiei.is of braining
.0 -how some im- at the Metropolitan V
onl in the it w.i. position, School Include oil eondiiirmini-.
with liiiitsh imports up to 4R.8hb utomoblu ,
against 41.240 tons In (net-making, drafl
ponding fig- n-arhine shop, printing, radio and
mm where *"*" ', "" '~h "V,*"1, ^1,s refrigeration. The duration of
as IKES?- JZJK ,JKS these course, vane, from ne ,0
nstallation of machinery. T1
tt.r.nel which will bring
fl\ monster turbinei (only th
wlD operate at the beginning)
1 n 1 .. ii1.
ai|>pln
I
houl 1 stop.
Trim.
on woiiii market.
gmpleted W june7 iwo"; to" 54'iani "m I* yvan- 7he prwrM'
It / ,s learned that many of the Jll|10 ,851 Pnlpt are of one year dur-itmn.
Ing ihe U.S. tinder but it ii probnble. Mr. 1
the disguise of non-Communm xhe whole of the Inereane in geld, that aludenta pursuing a
Broduct!" were filtering through Rrrtuin-a sugar ration this year hro-yeai .
ong Kong Macao and Italy, ihe has romft froni f0rc|gn .
Treasury said thai among the lh(1 ngures show. Inip4*ti fnn
goods which Will be affected by ,, ,ource lotalleTi 887.OTS
the crackdown atfe Chinese fur ,. m ,h^ ||x-nWnUl per*
..kins and straw braid. 110,268 tons In the
ponding period last year, Juno
imports from foreign sourrcs
1 MS as against
i t.ms in June last real
Apart from purchases from Cuba,
imports from San Domingo rose
from 237.183 tons in the first half .
of 1950 to 232.291 tons in hhe llrst l'
ttthe of this star. Abu |
rhown 111 the Board of Trade '
ligun
Rico and 1.000 tens bom Haiti.
h t !
Eaautermen See
Flying iHisiile
OSLO, Aug. 15.
Four fishermen U) Northern
Norway reported 1 terday they
had seen what appeal
guided missile room over them
possiblv "from across the Arctic.
Fishermen were besides a fjord
when UN ' "llkt
torpedo six lo ten feet long with a
sharp point and steering tins
went over their heads at I heigh.
r f about 200 f.
The missile
headland about half a mile
They Mid there wai a rattling
i.oi:!' -'like ;. tr.i'i
overhead.
Thi local official
lnf.-7.
similar assl-tnncc
of their stnd:i-s
Hope Seen For
End Of Squabble
LIMA PBHJ *Ug 14
Diplomatic observers were hope-
, .
Of Trinii,
ma and Cm. nea
mm ti |g uni 1- Conni II 1 1
mcll \-iii throw
iimd 'n>
stand agaln-1 this arhilr..-. action
1 .., i .
era in the
bbeaa area who happen (0
VALETTA. Malta August tl. '~, .!!'^>'
An Am.-i lean
two United Slat ','!"" ,n "P*rtrt
- n..t.*h ,rt fighu., ,.1-nes iTaeerne certain thai untaei
peed_ yesterday -y, ..,., .;.
hi to bear against Trini-
:- Jels Collide:
I'ilol \liHsing
'ollided. al high
in the biggest
In the Mediterranean Sc 1
"I ore Ameiivaii
Tilot were reK OM afi the
crash, but no trace of U
round datipite Intan Ivi
-earch by the tea
of four Atlantic pact nation*.
testing tho defences of the Atlan-
tic Army's southern nanll T'ie
nursing pUot vai not identified.
Meanwhile, the American Mm*
. ^ S! P'cu"nt-tl >h,;o'3n "" %'-
, ,s nalt their laMA ,"rane*n' J?"luhn* American
squabble before the marines, gchedlUOd t
in this rduntry, th..
bei of whom could
aaseertain.^i icP
1 Mil Oil Shares
Still Good Buy
OfeetaaigaFroni t>-
BAGHDAD, August 13.
It was announced Monday ta-it
oed a new agreement
With three foreign oil companies
v itn concessions in its fields
under which Iraq receives SO per
cut of all profits. ,
The agreement slaiied with the
Iraq Petroleum Company, th-1
WASHINGTON. Aug. 14. Baerah Petroleum Company and
President Truman on Tuesday (ho Mniil Petroleum Company
cnt the following message to provides Iraq will get that share
, Naiimuddin. Governor- ut profits retroactively to the be-
| of Pakistan, "the people ;mmng of this y.
Of the United State }Oln in send- plans were also made for three
nig to Your Excellency and to the companies holding concessions in
neonle of Pakistan the good wish- |raq to step up production. From
_ .u:. -. .,,^2 ,wl,r<, nl| production is -
LONDON, Aug 9.
.sehuhi
"1 i buy. in spite <>,
fi.271 tons from Puerto '<-v Income* serious. These " "^ TSffJgfifir. "H '" 'tf.et dr.He.;,
impartial onlookers greete-i with ^ '*" '*LS_ "r '"",'"*" 'i"'"'"-'' ol Ihe l..i.(|(in Firi-
ngns of relief the request made **">" n-rrous for ARstriCaO ,,., ?.....'| Not only are they
b] Pfl (Ml Monday U> the United P"^ _____ .d on their own merits, he
IrgenUna and A broadcast message warned all wrltMi bu, t O? the
ll.(li:it.i], r. .,,-fhaT ^">?"" ? *tae potantteutias 3 the coming
ihev investigate the mr.dent and J k"-P "''r ihe planes and inursion int., the Canadian oU-
Fcr It S^JiP* ,*>' ,Ai '""p during fV
I ladorean oovarnmanl Jraneajand Italy, massed for gm..i ,-.. Ul(. ,,,..
eharged that during the week-end "I ** ,. I refiners
Pen, launched a series of attacks ""s" , from
&^oreanoutpoit!_riongth*:h?_A^ ..K
small interest m the big I*di
U .inch may
ill be the hemming of in 1111-
li'aq Mukes New
Oil Agrerinents
British navi
the An
long disputed border. Peru eoun- '<-.pedoes rockcU. and bombs, at .
terarJ that -drunken" Ecuadorean *nr to-day..!" .the wak<
troops had fired on Peruvll
1 an Ecuadorean
,[ U.P,
Malta by American |eU
which cnight many
dcfendniK British planaa on the
ground.
Cotlon Down
NEW YORK. Aug. 14.
Cotton price, gdve ground pi*r-
istently after htsiunt opening
POLISH OFFICERS
IMPRISONED
R> Charles Ridlr*
WARSAW. Poland. Aug 13
Nine Pol.sh oflicers .
' i :!.
;.- 11 .
it opens up poa^btllUai for the
luture whleh oan hardly be
. Investor
do bettei
tl an amne soaculatOtl who have
*-ien rushini! to buy Can ...
.'.are* with oil Interests."
BUP.
i.ydu
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'Itwr, A.-.-i.tl.Hi
M.inl..... 11 <" toiw. t'mpl
1 rMII ...... 01 In ml. Alrnli.
S S AaaXHtimon. MI Um.. .'pl
Vrilr#lr du-i. A" 'in. A,-.i.
* t-w S r M ------ A lo ml
1 US lt-n.
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M.i. a-olnri A...IIM f.. II
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Nitnx-hrll
Oil Twite
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Mnai AuiiH>
Ijidv M .M K,<
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Aa>"
1. Caat
s
1.....
In Touch with Barbados
Coattal Station
((!> and WlNkM iWmi hmiM> I id
llaithHko CmH Slatiuf.
Tr. *l S iii>rM.
s nriii s
Tindr.
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$ ArfenUna si rminki
...
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Htlla, N S Anvil J H.W-. H H Kai.an
tUlHI,. a S All...r.l.ln
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MAIL NOTICE
an DolliM "til ! rloaed al
<1.-i.p.I l^iM Offlre na iindar
M M>ll .1 10 a
\ ail *l I n in aiul Ordll
7 at p m. on thr isu. Aaguat, ir
gatli
Hnmiirt.. SI J.,Mi.

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J'-n-i Mall aM
1 tn Oiaiimi. Mtl ta
Mam lor Beliiah Oulam. i.v il*
F.a.a-a W Him th v.il1 tim loaa-l ,
fcwial IX*t Offiee aa umlrt: -
Parcel Mall -nd Mr..
-the^roMUtfo^theM
k NEW TYRE DESERVES A NEW DUNLOP TUBE -
THESE
AUTO
ACCESSORIES
1 "inn 11 111 11111:11 inni".
TVRK PBfiCltl Rl *.\IEH
BATTBKf iivnRdMirTEft
SIMflNI/ WAX A CI.KANEk
CHAMOIS
Url. Tin* IIVIlKAULIC HRAKF Fl.t'lfl
VAl.Vr; c.RiNiiiN'i GOaaTOQIfD
rvuttn
f.AHKKT (T.MKNT
Bl.\< K rop DaaaaWINQ
MlfKKINd Wlllhl. ((iVKItS
FI.l.tTRICIAN PlBftl A --rnliUllRIVKRS
si rr 11 lit: IK.inn; iiiid
fRONT IPUKai I'H' POaUl a HI*. 10 H''
IKIIM SPRINt.S (OK MORRIS K II I* A 10 III'.
Bram tii/nu poi ill MOfMn-i bkolmh cam
DM VHHOVI/INf. QAIKbtT ftfft R ALL MAKfS
ECKSTEIN
BAY STREET
ros.
and
tional annivcrs;
nn-
Pakistnn".
t'.P.
COMMUNISTS FIGHT
FOR POWER IN ALBANIA
ROME. Aug. 14
Albanian ref.,..
serious fight (Or ,
the Communi-t
Albania and I
Mehmet Shehu may replace Pie-
Envei Hodja, u the rea
pected to reach about SO million
ions annuallv with Inq". earning
BbOUt C59.CK1G.0U0.
U.P.
Reduced Imports
\\ ill Ctll Metal
WASHINGTON. Aug. 14
' tin may
oom"there. T& in S*
1

Of metal, but current alloca-
l afj will probably Ix*
n t th.oujM 1951 n high
cfTlcial of the national productive
'-id on Tuesday. He
a
(cmumers al 90 per cent of the
inptlon rate

f om"
it tonnage en
em stockpile* are expected to
Shehu- Hoca-
na at Uiat rate through the fi*h supplies but thing
II'
1 P.
more than 10.000 Alba
|jka"well-t..- lo I
been Imprisoned or sent to laU.11
camps because of thetr re*Ut;.r.rc
I Mimunlst programme*
A nevwletter said the Albanian
Commun.-t party was shaken up

1 It >

Rela-
Pmishina at a low level for the u-ncad 1.. prison terms ranging
showed losses of from ten years to life In 1
21 to 28 point- The failure of the ment on Monday on thai
G'vernment weekly crop sum- plotting to overthrow the Govern-
n.ary to particularly emphasize raent and pviiig for Imperialist
the Texas drought lltlMtlon powt
brought a Hood of liquidation by Pour General-
recent buyers at 'he eloai But to hfc uni 1
mest of the oflei to 15 years; a Majoi b
*.h hedgin- and ,, on. Bt-Cott)
rithor against new crop beginnings mander in the Navy to U
or additional purchases out of the One of the defendants was also
Governm pooled ~
crap report said that while r,r rmin-. during the wei I P
beat and drough'
'checked fru '"p-
ment." thev favoiire-l weevil can-
Daliii I ..11.in Goidg
Back To Gupilul
LONDON. A .
Th-. off Cornmunist
Has I'liiiiiics Into
Bottom Of Luke
ITALIAN RIVIERA. Aug 14
Police and arm) reacue teams
l rgan attempt* to rais<- the wreik-
' al plunged
mountains
i.orth of hen la*t night with en
climated M Italian nnd Bwla
< ti ,-.nd children aboard
Only one
jg Pullman whicr
.:
1 r
XO I II I
5.000 POUNDS Ol- FISH
DUMPED
iFtiw< Our Own Carrnpondmli
PORT-Or-SPAIN, Aug. 13.
About 5.000 pounds of flsh were car.'
the sea over the week- wit',
end. becau old *'"'- Tibet
:.ima har> be*-i
ineuHy m getting nenr the Indian fl
have
; .udless coup t'.P.
Touribt Receipti
POHT-OP-SPAIN. Aug.
1
. .1 loader rotn
the be pere.,1 January to July 1951
representatives in
$93 440
.d S12.19J
Ith
W.5.1fl
:4.
'
1
Ot It M'HTO.MFKS AKI rsnsKBD TO NOW THAT 01 fl
WORKSHOP AM> SKRVIMM. DaVAKTMI.NTS WILL Bl
< IflSKI) FROM MONDAY. (Rl> SFITIMIII-R WO IVllal
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PACK wh:r
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Tlll'RshAV AK.IST I* I Ml
BARR\0C_AB\rQgE
I Mr..4 SI. nilr(.l
Thursday. AqguM Ifi. 1931
SI WVII.I.
THF. il- lution for the sum of $1,000 to
meet the cost of preparing roads and
house sites at Seawell mi defeated in Um
M.mse of Assenw lay. Public
regret in this mutter will be greater be-
cause the rejection was based <>n an appar-
ent misundarstandiiif by the opponents of
the scheme
The Government had at its disposal 28
I t land M Seawell and formulated a
nie to lease it in four-acre lots. It
Intended to establish economic agri-
cultural boldingl in that area and to en-
courage the initiation of a co-operalive
movement between hona tide ngricullur-
Tlie land was not to be lei to people
following other callings.
The Opposition itemed t<> have been im-
bued With the idea that the Government
was attempting to establish another hous-
ing soti erne by which il was proposi*d to
furnish hot! e spots t" people who wanted
I <-ir houses there.
The merit of the scheme and the fact
that cooperatives were long over due in
Barbados did not weigh with the Opposi-
tion even although it was admitted by Mr.
Crawford that II the Government wanted
to initiate a co-operative scheme it should
do so. Il did not even matter that the
Department of Agriculture was pnpacnd
ive the schemo all possible support
and assistance by supplying modern
equipment for cultivation and advice by
the officer* of the Department on the care
and rotation of crops
The Opposition argued blindly that in-
asmuch as there was K*va\ turn! banner
in this island, the land at Seawell should
be divided among as many people as pos-
sible whether or not thev wen economic
holdings.
It is true that there are hundreds of
people in this island not now in possession
of land, and who are anxious to acquire
small plots for housing, and it is also true
that there are not enough spots to accom-
modate all those who are now searching
for places to remove their houses. But
the majority of these are confined to St.
Michael; and one point which has been
overlooked is, that this problem, having
assumed th* proportions causing the pres-
ent alarm, can oi 6 by policy
of land settle
The tWO issues are distinct even if
closely related. In one there 11 a need for
housing space. In the other there is a
need for economic agricultural holdings
where Agriculturists can live and support
their families without having recourse to
other and supplementary forms of em-
ployment.
Above all this, the Government intended
to give a healthy lead to the establish-
ment of CO-operatives In 'his island. An-
other means of Introduction had already
failed. A Cooperative Officer had been
seconded for duty and trained in England,
legislation had been passed, and the
Director of Agriculture had even had
added to his already numerous duties
those of Registrar of Co-operatives. Still
nothing had been achieved. The Govern-
ment realising the necessity for and the
benefit of co-operatives now attempted to
launch such a scheme while giving oppor-
tunity to agriculturists to acquire lands
under lease.
The opponents .1 the scheme wore under
the erroneous impression that it would
have been better to supply 20 odd people
witii house spots than to Ive even agri-
culturists sn oportunity to cultivate ..
nomic holdings and u> launch tn agricul-
tural co-operative cheme which might
have been followed by others.
It is singularly unfortunate that .so valu
able a scheme should have been lost
especially i- .i misunderstanding
of the issues at stake. This does not how-
ever mean that this is the end of co-opera-
tives in Barbados or that the Government
will not formulate other proposals for
theii men! Such schemes are too
valuable to *he economy of this island to
be abandoned
Furniture And
Furnishings
(1837-1901)
Local I-'ihmI
To The Editor, .
SIR.-i read your editorial ol n Mih In*
headed i i Food" with *i how-
am i malu no rtf< ran i u< Um actual i i i
of arable sen planted which I tni
Important point.
In par-
agraph i editorial tn.it a reduction m
ri in favour of provaBOn crops would
not afteii Ui reveaui it li panarally agreed
ihiii ji lugai crop i> bettei psytni it
U ; roducllon "of fo
During On- war period un ragula-
. i>ei>klnit ti"" t our arable
acreanc Was plantad In provisions and one c ,i had la be < i
th* plant

i
. t..t should
i
taken '
ftfuliiti '
PROGRESS
August, 1051.
A Victorian conversation chair.
THEMASTER
MOVES OUT
<1. M. Trevelyan (who made history a
hesi-srllcr) *". into retirement wilh a
-i:;li for ihe human rare.
By KKNNtTH TVNAN
ALMOST unobserved, the most eminent
historian of nur time has moved gently into
retirement. George Macaulay Trevelyan.
OM. Honorary Litt. I), of two American and:
Ive English universities, High steward of1
the Borough of CssabrMga, Chancellor of
Durham University, and Master of Trinity
V e. Cambridge, has decided, at 75. that
t Is time |0 court a little oblivion.
From the Master's Lodgings at the college
.o which, in 1893. he had come as under-
;radua(e, he has just moved his goods to a
orge red brick house in West Road, not a
nortar hoard's skim away from the formal
leaCe of the Cambridge Backs. One of the
-nost private of public lives has ended.
Trevelyan is -'.sensational" only to his pub-,
ishers, his English Social History has soldi
noia than 410.000 copies in seven years a'
Cord among history books which is
ipproached only by his great-uncle. Macau-
ay and Macaulay. after all, has been in
he field for more than a century.
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The Victorian Bsa
the Museum with Its reconstruc-
tion of II typiriil unilD'.-IOoin
i of taste
which occurred during lhl age.
With the Ootfck revival
of dsriOMM, Ixill) literally anil
oulturally, ni ilowh ereeplns
lectun
It was fortunate that as the
DnunlnaUon -t k"" Bxunguishsd UM malarial forma
utlfk Isl UlumlnfUon were
greatly Itnprovad." i'y iR5i.
when the Great Exhibit' <
place, the alSgBIICS ii
Um Reeei w almosl
tanlahad, Togethti with Quean
Anne, Bhraton and Chippen-
dale. Regency rurnttttK .
banished to ih< Sarvsnts* Hall
ior the stflc. in their place mas-
arse and monumental i
land rosew(--l farnlture was to
be found.
The Exhibition of IBM set
th,> leSbs that prevailed almost
go the dose ..f Um century.
Funilture beciinc clumsy, and
ti, ionosphere of rooms irous-
ty. ao cluttered WSffl
,-.i! mastlve ntmnuni and
quantities of amull obji
phuii>Kraph*. Bamboo
pier maefafl tabl U
chenille cloili* and
jotled with janhnii
stands, sociables, c
chairs and lOVS
Mitt UsU-macaSMrs. Pictures
. row U) plush round.)
and family photo-
uraphs. The oolours ol fabrlej
irere often crude, r<>i brliuani
analine dyes iud takei
pli.....I at* '.etabti dy<
WlUlsm HorrU
the lust enutai <>r the
In Hindi* publb
Britain
His most successful production
was his wall-paper, whJ
turnRurs and iron-
work. An oriental touch '-
UM form Of Chinese glnger-)nrs,
Satsuma ware and fans; furni-
ture became more fral
result of in lental Insj Irs
An Nanveau bet . UaS vogue.
Its high Une wnn-h',
dominated furnltur and w-aii dec-
I from th
Tine w'"1!'* a"d furnltur;*
..lik,. with their leaves am
blossoms. Ksre ind there a Jp-
r Im * to be seen.
the thna lag which exlste
( hlf i turs In Brltal
nd th* Wi-t Tidies existed also
in furm'uiv Mid funi'shings* Thi%
tune l.lfc; was accentuated a* the
result of low prise of suaai which
i (innni; the first quail, i
Of tha 20th eeanary. Neither tl.
tiesien* oi wmisu Morris, th
Influence of "itreenery yallery"
or of Art Mseeass -piH-an t"
hava i id the slightest influence on
llarbitdion int.r: r Little Change
to Oust Vh torlan fn-
lartor here until the nwderntetit
atvle popularlstxl by the -,-
Kxhlbitkn 1924 25, and the Parti
Exhibition of IW, reached this
Island in the Qilrts
>liss
Graham
(onus Bark
B iMii Prague
l><4*% nlial sli %an .mil founts m
Oil llolicllIT linn ! mi a ii.:.I
Mfaai for Mr. Arflnir lriis*r?
TMI SIFTIS
C. M. T,..,.!. ,-
/^ t
By BEFTON OKI Ml K
How far, I wonder, are nun
ben ol tin- executive ol the Ne-
Uonal Union ol Mlneworhers
ware thai they have sltowe
MM tl.....
es in a maim upeialnm <' < n-
muiusl political w irfsre' And
ill ('!- Il"' .somewhat liebUlOUl
prospect of collect] i
JlU.U00 gift from t
vakia.
If they have am doul I
it. I suggest lliey have a talk,
as I have just done, wluh Mum
Jane Oranaaa. "f I0J Qreat
Itu sell- dieel, I on Ion, W.C'.I.
hss Graham ii one of tin. 3041
British tOUriSUl Who have ]U8t
letiiriHil from . fortnight's holi-
la ,,. i u cbo lovakla (PrR-e
i;:i7 UK, Lnchislre < fan
Inf.)
Hers was the Hi t of foul
parttM wsuch are to visit < eel
oslovakla thii lununei
, of the Commu
i>,,,..,,. n. [,. ,t.- r .. i
ind with the
itlonsl I'm.in ol Hlne-
.akeis.
The gchsnaS
N<> douat H '>t seended dne
.ixi dandy 18 months an,, when
Arthur Homer, the miners
h reury, first put the Pregrc
ivi- I'duis'- cherne bt I
x.-i uttve
He hud at last found | way,
he told them, of
Britain the E4o,ooo subscribed bj
ih miners for the victims <<
the eThltehavefl it dtsi b
Britain.
The Pi
. !
image trips t I '
the mom-, pi id
bj the iiutish tourist;* being sent
lovaki.i. it would (-
m......wre, And d would be used
to pay the i iMO.ooo
to the Cu
Of the Miner*' UWOn.
Screened
Now, of course, nothli
be Dsore deslrsble than thai
Biitish tourist;; should be greSil
. i
r travel around
M (reety arlUwut
cranes, and wlthoui having "
ind i '
on them bj ti"1 itl oi lUi
shana, that
the t itlvc - *
;
the) K'i> conu
I
did, then thi
an amarini; lack ol
meant DOthlni UsH than the
the Iron Curtain.
What in tad
der the ;..!!.: e it P
ihe exact re-
V ri i Of
I I
In London all
tourist! arc ranfnll'
not i
tiade unionist, siii-i'i d througlL
Man) sj found un-
uliatue iwaj with
bhc Inlormatlon thai tiv
are "already hi
As for travelling freely m
..,kia. UHfeSS UMtflStg
are given bulk visa, said Miss
(.'.ilian.
i* v\ h ipedally explained ha
n that thli iiii.inl that we had
to stick together In one party n*
in. pauun "I1"' not valid when
.>.< weie ni-t !>> oui
From f
. .
mi Instruments
ol it
i,a. in the
i a ban we
Mi rlanske 1
Cgech spa where ^e were told
m lining hi havi
kind ni hoUda) m in -
dinar} Cteeh tradei unionists.
\ brass band was waiting to
plaj us In a partj of Csecl
youth brlgadli
ovai n chanting "We want
i>eace.' The) preae I
nowen on us end wrung our
I tt larUlngV1
Bpceenes
i tout
part) ol
tnslaeru n the il
same Uun) itai Bui
:
i parts :
At ever) sal Uw
1 i
MUM Hum Mi- PoUitt, who. iii
lanatlonj of what
;hi-v have stea .. | ..:
.- Wiem httie buUetine
of world news,
Y hi mil he int.-:.
bear t l
....
Her Itee irtu ra"
i .
talk, in k ,. ss a spe-
, bti ireat, the ih i
ssven out
t.'.s. plani that I
Chins
I
No Surprise
missed
was ana aw i of ci Itlci
the Bntlah visrlors. It did no
asm to occur to i......> i*
cuilar," said MaM Oraham, "tha
a .-I wors
t '. spa >'. ni fed
the Cteeh,
One bl| aaaraitlon r trtri
wi tho Lanlnarad was
completely empty."
Nor did anyone aaOW m;
signs of surprise when th" I.--
teries thi party aialted wen
i-iiher closed foe the noUaayi '
that no workers were present
as at the glass factory in Kar-
lor) Vary, n almost deserts I oi
workers, as at She open-cas
mine In Sokolov and al Ins iw-
mill m pfariaiuats Lasne.
n.. one dreamed ol
lh.it the workers might hSVi
been kept dallfaantolj from tii*
sceno in order that Ihe part)
should have no chnme of L'lk-
ing u any but the nand-plekeo
u rOniaai preasnted b
hem i>j Mis. PolUtl a Co,
When ihe lirlilsh perl
a collective farm out
Kl Lame no one asked wh.u
il.i i iiapix-ncd t the four Czech
fanning families who .'ind stayed
out of Ihe collective when th
other 27 in the district joined ll
Nor did anyone sec lit to con -
meat on the fact that many i
i in Me formerly Su-
deten-German villages they sa*
were being left empty and al-
lowed to rot
The B Uibbj "
1 l to be
outdo Un thi
orthodoxy of their vhra
Ihe completenc's of then en-
'. Bssaaai
Afterwards .
:
ported -.In ltd Lii1" ol
the 40,000 to Un- Whitehall.
Thev could now well afford to
pay many limes that an
BUhent proganda they
tting.
Toira" p.I" :>
number two has just begun Its
ttSp Two m ire .*. tit follow this
-iimnier.
And .)>- Mr- It.nn poll.::
proudly
men go on tin

tin and tall in achoi week-
'hops and hospitals, .
il they have aaan "
It remains to b,> seen how many

iraham.
Confronted with such hi.;ures. Trevelyan
,s unimpressed; he thinks the Social History^
ar from his best work. (It was lirst pub-l
ished in the U.S.A, during the war; and or
C 42.000 which he earned from it 39.000;
vag paid hack in English and American
axes).
Karly in his teens at Harrow. Trevelyan'
letermined to become a historian; to him
' history is a
, romantic busi-
ne*t. and it
still strikes
him as mir-
iculous that
t h e r men.
! low dead,
worried and
throve where
,ve now walk
'This is the
most familiar
i n d certain
act about
life." he has
I aid. "but it is also the most poetical."
I In 1896 he took his First In history. fOt-j
! owed in 1898 by election to a Fellowship at I
| Trinity. Six years later he married the.
: :econd daughter of Mrs. Humphry Ward; a
lood of li .'nlume study of Garibaldi and his History
if England. In 1928 he returned to Cam-
| indge as Regius Professor of History, a post
i le held until his appointment, in 1940. to the
; Mastership of Trinity.
I have been to see him. He beckoned me
nto the study, a lean, sagacious old eagle of
i man. He is bowed now, his neck grizzled
jnd creased. His skin, depressed with age.
& wrinkled even on the ball of his thumb.
He stoops sadly, standing as if one shoulder
tad been wrenched out of place.
POOLS, BRUTES
Wearing a severe indigo suit, he lowered
nniself carefully into an armchair, and
.rossed Ins heavy black boots. A tarnished1
liepin tugged together the wings of his
collar. Authoritatively, he talked of trivi
ilities. momentarily amused, he would laugh,
us high gasping laugh, incisive and delight i
' VOiCe Inseuit-crisp.
I asked him. point-blank, tho lustm :..:i ;v,w,'//V,',y/,v
classic question "Is war unavoidable ?"
His futviiead shrank : "I end my career,"
aid. "with a somewhat less optimistic
.lew of the human race than when I began
t. I wish to God I thought mankind were
less of a fool and a brute than it is."
Trevelyan is able to dignify such meagre
platitudes.
His life-work has been to link us with our
past, and he does not complain if his pains-
taking anonymity of method is sometimCh
nlstaksn for dullness. Men without preju-
dices tend to have unmemorable personali-
ttea, and Trevelyan is one of them.
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i In part, we trust him for his lack of col-
our. He has never been the don of eccentric
anecdolelike Dr. Buckland. of
Church, who kept a guinea-pig. a bear,
jackal and a monkey m his dining room.
Trevelyan is a quiet and moderate sifter of v
the receptacle of other men's his- *!
tories. ;;
if this kind cannot save the world;
but while '.hey live in it. it is not wholly ;
Prom their complex labours of refer-
ence and cross-reference, corroboration and
proof, we emerge as our descendants will
'kmow US.
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nil RSDA, \1 GUM Hi. iji
UARBADOS AllVOt VTI
PAOI FIVI
Labourers May
Gel Land AtDodds
ABOUT five acres of land al Dodds Plantation mav be
rented by (Jmernment to labourers at the plantation! A
Resolution to that effect was passed by the Houae : AMtR)
bly on Tuesdav last.
iioiisi: i.i tines i- \h \im
Death By
Misadventure
ry vni bv misadvlstir K*
*-** was the verdict returned by
a nine-man jury Brhen the inquiry
Into tlir death of Mi Donald Mapp,
-
Mich*
The Addendum u> the Resolu-
tion lai Dodds Plantation haa recommen-
ded the rental of mall spou of
land or. the Plantation to certain
of the labourer* ther* at their
request Tht, practice is gener-
lly followed on privately owned
mutual benefit
if both xulcs. It provides the
plantation with a permanent
labour torn- whereas at present
Dadd* Planlatlon entirely
Almahouae was conclud- depenri.it M treMlent labour.
- L A P]lCC Couri Thp E"^ >cSf.y' .. (Amendment) Aet. 1931. authoi-
Th^toronrrwasMr ( I.. Wa!- I*. thc ExecuUve Committee
wyn Acting-Police Magistrate of with the approval of the Legwla-
Distrlct -A' Mapp met his death turc lo lease any lands which
;!! over the gallery ol they may possess
the Male Quarters at the S:. This resolution is to seek the
August 3 necessary legislative approval.
Dr. A. S. Cato whe performed The House of Assembly on
the post merlem examination Mid Tuesday passed a Resolution to
that the spine of Hw decease^ wjs authorize the Government to.
fractured, but death was due to lease the Princess Alice Playing
pneumonia and the fracture of the Field to the Vestry <' St.
DMS Talks To B.G. SCHOOLBOYS ARK I \ I
Pharmacist*


I
Bervio
i.id a group of phariti i
t'aik last
nlahl '"These instltdlea give n-
I
I am glad to know In H
i
M
Ic

I
spine could have been rause<1 bv Michael
a fan rraca a building,
Eliro COX, a 67-year-old inmate
of the Almshouse said that on
August 3 aboul 2 p.m. he went
upst.irs to UM Malt ijuai ter- .,,.,
saw Mapp standing by a nallerv.
Suddenly he heard a groan and
BW Mapp jump over (he n.illei.
rail which is about three feet six
high.
He went to the gallerv and saw
iueflw MaPP iyin* '" U,C ''"WdVa'llnVw'urihrTrn^^au'on
iallr-,1 b, on. f iho ,. ,,, 0rdljncl, ,,. ,8 ,|mn>,
m Amur: In character. The Ojpartnxni ol
Hoanl Of Health
Revoke 'Animals'
Regulations
THE General Board o( Health
yesterday revoked their ram)*-
mates of the Almshuus.
Department. His body was re
moved by two p i
I August 3 about 12 nooi
Mapp on the gallery of ihe M il<
Quarto
White he
a qualified veteriiun, o6Vff, will
be entrusted with the responsibil-
ity of ensuring the enforcement
of the regulations of lhat wdin-
The Director of Medical Scr-
---.- standing VrCOe yritrrday explained to IMRI-
noticed that he tMh ofl bers of the B<
his *hiK's gna placed
M
- _._.d, the rce-.
... foot on (he revocation. He said lhat under
f the gallery. Then he the present Public Health Act. the
Hoard had ceMain powers as re-
am,,d gards the importation of animal*
Christian Mission
Dispute Continues
Rev, Hoyte Gives Evidence Ttnloy
THE CASE for the plaintiffs Rev Ki.-deruk A BtlTDW
and others against Rev. Dalton Hoyte and others. In the
("luistiun Mission Chancery Suit, was closed \< I
before His ..ordship the Vlot ChUKcUor, Sn Allan Colly-
more. Rev. Hoyte beyan to ghrej evidence and will contll u
when the Court sits again today.
Th* Issue to he decided is who was tin- Qeitera] Super
intrndent nf the Christian Mission Church in 1949 and who is the present General Superintendent.
The dispute started in UHll delegate la ev<*r.v *.i n<"inl>et-
when Barrow and the oAl (.....iter-Peliliuil
wanted tu .have certain mailers T Mr ,{. ,., that his
made clear concerning :( Mis- |.,., , ,.,,,,.
ion and when Hoyto did not ti. k ,.,. then g>i-
attand a rnasrttng when summon- ,n ,,;o C(iuin A
INT London rollrd 1 m and -" ion
1. In the It unman V for
V H> i ,
UM JraU by wy ol Pjrong
ym N Uli
Uiuted N..I101 lUtl.lCli
mm 1.. put M
Witt 18 othi Of fill'
Man ediiiument captured In
Kor, The malic nu b
able awal
Va-s ly. built i ! ... a 134
TEE -tanduiii Ki:- jjii medmni
tank anil wen n'. aaj
Can. < h.iili ni;. i
:m hi.".- Meal
I HI l Jiiadian 'iialhnsrr.
Carltib r ..
morningf ,'1

i
sundries 121 bav of boil
64 side-. M
i byef, 1X0 can
:i i . | .
fell into the gutter belo
. fi.
Poll.
Osurvini
"' Dtotrtct Iu,t",fW,D'!*8jt'* Al"
"B" Court, si. George, yaatarda
lined James Bostu of si. Qcona.
$96 to be paid forthwith or in dt-
faui: thraa month-' Impriaonnwr
with hard labour f possession i quantity >f liquor
without a licence.
Mr. E. W. Harrow appeared on
behalf of Bos tie who committed
the offence on June 6.
Skn-tcnce of six months' Ira-
iiment with hard labour
was yesterday paastd on Ehunutl
dinance also had these powers,
and In order lo prevent duil
i etion by two authorities on the
same subject, il was now neces-
aary ("r the Board to revoke the
regulation- thrv bad, s.. lhat the
mailer might be proceeded with
in Uw new Act. There ..*; unani-
mous agreement
The Hoard approved the appli-
cation for the dlviclng off of
I33.M3' sq. ft. of land in OM lot
from an area of land at Workmai
ed. another General SupennU-n- .,;,., ','";," A_,'.",.,.,, "L"11M.\'. of OS longuei and elgh
nl was appointed. inlende.n WM permitted !- I O* cell livers. This cargo wa
Rev. M Ranasay who Mldcd fror
"y ready gi\ren evidence w\< S s tWrlulhlne which
called so lhat he could \- cam I..... Memi /
died as to Rev. If Rev Repte told how the church
key was snatched from
one Of the Rev. Barrow's faclio
on New Year Day, 1MB.
Mr. Q. H. Adams associated *"'
tfUJ a lev
lure on "Oovi n mi ni bledh
Wi
Di I >*al ih : said. Ail drug
a'*ts should havr a kr^

leal imu
the Island: Ihe Gener:'
iiospitoi. th. Mental M*pital, th

< Ine nf the i nHaaati monk at
n" ihe In || f n,,r

eral Hospital.*' he said
He said tit d In 181h
uota i mini
Brtdeatpwn A ou..
was hold at this Hall on Qatohe
a of thai ye,.i The rh.dm.an wa
i Lord Bash pot
Ai thi* rneetine i
We passed It h d tWO
WhlCh Weir (A) DUO
condttle
munlh it is absohiti
ursanuji neoeeaery that ihei
;.hould be an Inatltub
treatment and i are oil -
* id (bl thai i u
scrlpUoni
Ihe upkeep ni this inatHute
On June i im:ih bi
pot

.
.. ii. the Sneaki
Aaatmbly, the Attornc
lenerel
Ina ol the fjonoral rlos) |
i- Juu < ih* mej had col .
* -led m.OOO and Qovemmeut I
whld) became ntertated, pro
lares sum
THE QUEEN'S COLLEGE team of Brit
v hieh 'Ani take perl In the triafftgutei namen'
ir.,ni:;ii. D) Uv 5.S ('ana
di.m < halleimer
Arnold Gib '
- X.lv..,.!,
be thi

" tgh w i ii
I
, ..f UW II

i III do wel! "gad
Mem were mii\
real lhe\ i

Irvlni



Le<
Trinidad

I
brillsh I
asr.il WO WOO one .{ < ,j JB... T, _, th-
: ", *
1
.mpinn. at Table
' d is looking foe*
ftoub
returns t
Lael Tour
1 .. \. i i
M I"... He will bo rtni at the

evening with a football
H
Ronald Bacchus, Victor i
>.' i 'i
FOR LINQLEUM
WOOD FLOORS
AND FURNITURE
Alleyne of Maxwell. Christ Church Sl Goore- h> Mr s J- Goodman
by Mrc Q Orifflth, Aotlna The Board considered the apph-
Pnhce Mag.strate f District B" cation for the division and sale of
ror stealing a wrist watch, the land In lots at Porlers. St JaTrHM
properly of Mrs. J Drew 3( by the executors of the
Welches, (.hnst Church. s. Manning, deceased. They also
Alleyne pleaded guilty. The gave consideration to the alters-
y.f,lh* w,Uh *48 tion of the approved plan by the
\4LMBr.ks of the Windward present owner Mr. W. D. Phelps. by
i**.Cricket and Football team eividing aff 307.400 sq. ft. from
and the Queen's College team of 10 acres 2 roods 24 1/6 perches of
British Guiana who are here to land. Ihe remainder of lot No. 4
take part in the Triangle Schools' Decision on this application
Tournament will be entertained was deferred, pending inspection
to-morrow night by the members of the land by the Sanitation
Of Number Six Club of the Oirla* Officer
Industrial Union at Queen's Park. The application for the
The Y M.C.A. has also planned and sale of 3.702,230 sq. ft. of land
other entertainments for the vis- in lol at Mounl Dacres Planta-
itors who will play cricket and tion. St. Joseph, by Joes River
T?:6^" a Wl" U'kc i,n in Sugar Estates Ltd.. was consld-
atnlettcs against the local school- red. but decision was deferred

in CMahonj mid i
.! rethei interesting thai Uw i
with Mr. D H. L. Ward Instruct- reason Tor not attending the me-t s UamemiHni whirl, brought iide.1 <>n ihe ,,..-
ed by Carrington & Seai\ for Rev '"'*. ., Oeneral Hoepiul rtand
Hoyle and others, led' questions .. ''' "' u** i(' "Jj ",:'' "'
which iried chiady lo bun.: ou Ho>' 1,uUl h,m v ;" "'} '' '" h'"' '""',|
that Rev. Hoyle did not attend P,,r ,(' comr u' ""' afSrni ducha, chicken- and hens from
the meeting; because he had beer. ^"^0" b^,il^,S('J'. *"'" P AmMerdam.
advised lhat the meeimg was '<"""> M. he did not know ii, it T,. raln ,U.|V(M| u, un|oadlng
illegal and not because he fell b M ",l ""> ol the challenger and onl .. few
would have been injured if he the rneeOnj was oecauae he w n |,Khu.r, wrrt. llUli
attended. He wanted to how advlaed that the meeting -
that Hoyte wanted to gel luafWV convened,
proper meeting summoned. He was appointed Acting Sup. -
Mr. W W. Recce, K.C aSSO- mtendcnl and he .i|.|xiinted
dated with Mr. .I S n Dear Board to |0 into the rtghls on<
Inslruclod by Messrs. Hutchlnson *.....K- ol the mat
and Banileld Ll ppeaimi; foi eould proceed with the othi
Frederick Barrow and the Others, meeting; Alter the lath when b
Herald "l''ade\ Out" did < 11 turn up, he met him after-
Another question to be disputed wardl and Ulld him that a con-
is whether Ihe going mil of Ildential friend had loM hi
0-1
existence of the Ohrl M >hey had ammunition
Herald which normall) gavi him
notice of meetings for and Mr. Ad.m at this
appointments of Oonerol Suimi- notice appearing in ino "ews-
intendenta meant that the General paper before ihe 26th In OdUCB
Superlntirttetit arnoet elc.tion Hoyte explained why
was published last would eon- could not be held. Inn
Untie to be General Superinten- beneath that war Ramsay natJM
dent. for the meeting
Answering questions from To Mr. Adams he said
cross-examination by Mr. Adams, net remember whether he lookr
Rev, i-anii't ndd Ui ' ...... i tho ran
not remcmlicr if Rev Ramsey, i k notice.
i <- m -mi. i Monanloj il
from Bl \ Ineenl
In tho hetchefl ol the l.tdu
Adinj s. were ''.!! iii butt
I,, i...
.i
i lanki t"i DaCo -.
Ltd Th.- Motor Venal
i that Ldy J brought co*l, i
'l
The bullduuj *m nSor
1 ha I
OK i I oe ii Ihi I
ee m w.o quart and had gooi
i. The propertj wa
owned by Ihe Beria ol Cei
i building
Hoanli
House
MANSION
HYGIFNIC WAX
POLISH
FOR BRIGHT AND
HEALTHY HOMES
In
ould
boy:
lhal
SOVIET WAR
FACTORIES
a> From Page I
Weal does have it, and fes
it will be dropped on them
"I never met anyone who had
heard a foreign broadcast. The
Russian workers with whom we
associated did not own radios.
They were too poor". None of the
released prisoners had themselves
worked in war factories, but they
emphasised lhat many of their
fellow prisoners had. Moat of
them had worked in Russian in-
dustrial factories including the
October Revolution Factory at
Odessa where they helped to con-
itrucl plows and tractors
They said that they had lived
(in a prisoner of war camp in
Odessa and were taken back and
forth to the factory under guard.
At Ihe factory, however, they
worked next lo Soviet eiti/ens,
and most of them during their
yean <>[ captivity had learned
enough Russian to carry on a eon-
,ii atlon,
In Gone. Health
They were u*ansferntd t" Kiev
and .suddenly for no announced
reason they were segregated from
the Russians in factory work.
The men appeared in good
health and said they were well
fad, BOOM were husky and tan-
ned.
They said there was a lot of
grumbling among Russian work-
ers who were dissatisfied with
their low wages and high prices.
They said many of the Russians
with whom they struck up friend-
ships had seen ihe West during
the war and expressed desires t)
return.
The prisoners arrived In Wesl-
'
venal noun iu>t among
Ihe neon-lit street* of thebalter-
i .1 city "window shopping"
One said; We just couldn't be-
lleve il could be so wonderful.
It was like stepping from hell mlo
II'
pending the receipt of more in-
formation about the roads.
Consideration was postponed a*
regards an application for the
dividing and letting of 503.744 so.
ft. of 'land in lots at the Pine
Estate. St Michael, by the Hous-
ing Board.
In The House
On Tuesday
Smw1I luaVwaj TM- monry !
A RvaoluUni- In ant turner Ihr
Governor i<. mitr into - -
nwni wtlh m ptraon to Mrva hi
Ihe rvimrlmeul ol loirnc* nd
Ancultur In Ihe Onto* ot ttov-
,ndil
"i I
.,.!.,.-,
net.
A Kc4uhllH.il I
<..< uw Vaatrj ..i Ctiraa
ia k-* P^r. i ot tan
lasMM i !
i i.K-U II inr.-hr*. p-lt '
i.< ihf tlfivrrnnv
., period not CKrr.-dlnS I
Playing r i
A Mm..lull.
Governor to
with
Ol C-l.lUll.hlr.
i. to author. Ui.
-nlcr into mm ac-
th* Dtpartmcnt of Some* Md
Asrlcultur* in th ofSr* ot Oov
nnmri,'. Al & '
A BmoIoII.." I. aurhoriw Gov-
nbol Hvc acr*i ol land to
-.buunrr. ai UotM> plan tot Wti
A IU-ol -|.~
c;*t>rniii.e>il to IcaM Ote ftiaet-*
AMe* PtaylrW Plftd to Ol* Vwtr>
Anflft- ai.au>
to b* n ."-i n .fli-
,. irM n oi
U.r al -1 u*.irp<-
a -n.*l - i. ..
anu>"4 . liiO" >narbad*t
i-oan Ai' ) it** -ai
Tha Kinix NUaunve (.ii.ii
Tund. n
ither plaintiff and go-between
when Hoyte would not attend U*
meellng, bad said hhat Hoyui
would ii"t Ik- Mining, i'
meeting was Illegal.
The meeting was Khedulea W"
January 6, 1949. Rev. Hoyte voJ
notified by a represenlallye from
overseas to call a meeting '.
discuss his mal-.idmini'ti.itlor
and bar mortgaging the Chrl 'i..n
Mission.
"I". Rev. I^rrier said, "w.n a
representative sent fr.vn Panama
! On New Year's Day mission-
aries came from abrosid and erenl
lo Hoyte's offlee and he nJenced
them. When he did this they
called a meellng to discuss iv
wrongs. Notice was served In
Deeembcr
"I do not know." Rev. barrier
told Mr. Adams. 'whether the
keys were" snatched out of his
hands. The keys were not given
to me lhat day I did heel that Raenaajr
the keys were taken out of
lock that day."
Ammunition
Rev. Hoyle uid thai he
Informed from reliable sou
that the brethrrn had nun
lion to injure him and lhat
uli. he did not attend
mertliiK whi.b afgg held
January M, I p to thru
nut until loin after he hid
heard that
At Ihe meeting they
lopieeenlollvee from 2
, hurches out of 28.
Next Ul give cviden
Frederick Barrow, n m
the Christian MLanon f<
,i> oidnined in 1941
K44 ihe Oeneral Ho pli..
i modate T7 B> -
1844 and IHSH an Mt<
deveiopnieni look plat a ii">
. mment was pamcui.n lj in

pat lal giant (in the
mem ,.t ine Hi II
imidate nick neitrmm. OoVern-
mi rit gave well during lha ngfntC
building devetop-
the General H< pita
aid In I860 n 100011101
?EORGETOWN. Aug. 15. which were frequonl ometlme
h aulena Oovernnv al .. irlj Btw
nounced u developmenl
or SKI.4fl4.QOO initial Issue f ,,,.,,(,,.....ho n. iImhi and mOT
tU.400.iNHi 11 c. Develoi men) ......,|ll h, ,
1 i-k 10-day Thi Later tl
In ion-R ,.
half pe-
Injure 1 ..-.
..I .1 1 fruit from m Laksi
luge re $10,000,000 LOAN
u
had
I Ol
m 1 interest ,. annum 1 h
1
,. ,. London on I'...... An
. , for the I..an will
In London w Tw \ iffust 21
On
published
4
s aetlng Bup
ent. Attempts were made to con-
.t ll.ivte but he did not "me.
I was appointed <;' 1
. ,. .
11
In m<> Re4 Larrlei d
pointed and ami aajabi
I year.
To Mi Ad urn hi aald thai ai
.
'
,., ,- 1 ., fttJ ! Hot ni'-"
Al the mrolln( thcji Ihr mal.in- -'""' ''"',", ,',.,.
rrtruary al which the Board ! m .< nufrlin. <'';"" .....
manamnr-nl pu:prlnl ... di..,.i., <>" Januar.v 28 laid, u
Rev Hoyte l''"'esl frcm diftpient rhurrhea.
I old a proj-er mee!in rii-.t tn-'.i- **""
tf the Chrl M "', {",,',
hi. Last V*lines*
Dalton h . to give ovi-
He got the delefate la attend dence yesterday.
ngthfougn Oeneral .superintendent In i84r
.he churches, be I Hi Id At that til
:ul remcm'er hoi H .
were on Hoyte*i Ida and h had bean bough*
00 hi. own There was a when ltd condition was. Lad. the
I
Supl. In "45 the* Ion frverythlnc it would bi
,1, that A U I bet b> 'i'1. lo aril d
Rev Dalton Hoyte's father, was -Th. 1.- ...
.iierintendent in 1U4'>. lance." he Hid. "bet
He .(id not oomplete M i > i -' t Uw rnaaulni
office because of lllneai Mm i. ,
he was sick he requested lx w,,en they had lo take out ol m-
of them to allow his sun t.i iiniMi aaaneral funda rrem tho cl.....>
out hii term of office. rour u,. txpressed i nwfH
ngrecd, but he did not aifrie *0 miinue running it at a loss
In 1946 Dnltoii Hoytl I It Want i itl He
pointed Oen< ral S '.... elected In
Th- Chn Uan Hlaston it' ;>i went out of existence nfter v,,. ., hil,,. |,.,.1; .,..,,., ,t ;
October 1946 when the last o'clocll WlH ed and pu
the key in the door, it was tVWtched
i lialntlfl a .ii---

Ri i Hoyte win continue to ai
Nur* H
built Than carne Hii V D Cllnl
in which tho Wi
t.oi League, played n
i n$ bed
with i" Betwee

. reel B |00 casi
and 76,000 peopla paaae
the d.Hn i to Uv
: Irliellls Tl.
i..dty With .i 24 Il.-ii I"
ervke Approxln ti
....
iheTeret
Pay Ward
. )t-aili Prom Skifs
TKIIKHAN. Aug IS
an wednei i
i ay thai rnetaoi U poured dowi
Bhlrai oi
'... t
killing 12 .nid nuuiiiiK it pet
I I-
ROUND-WORLD HOY
IS LEARNING YOGA
Ho Han Saved Cltut
I BI.KHH Tllli I) II
I. .lcl h..
i Iraaiaaa "'
!'.........
TAMPAX
KMt.lll S 1.1II.
INSIST ON
1*1 Itl.Vl CHOWS

'i .
act aboul Baptemboi
u; young WllUam DHL of Kihk
I
his life's
f.und th.
William Is 22. has ewentHnfl
Mi bet
lated -i n d vaccinated arah
l phus. typhoid. -iTiall|xix. ;,>:i
and i holera, ami had
m<- i I had dun if


This trip be will take 100.
eooki
'
III", will I
ti,.
lovy," he says.
dl about Vogj
India

r.sl

I
i warn

i |
THEY ARE. THE BEST
-, H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD
Afjenls
How Aluddin's Lamp
won the Princes*
Onof a poor youns man named .Uddin
found j masK Ismp Whenevri w
rjf-heJ ih-e lamp a ftrn -ould appear
n*t rrani hn evtr.-,nh. S. -
. r^fjunful prnv(
j AladO.n avkad tlw genii ho* Iv
I an die Priaorf. to marry him
t irteeerii.4 hand-
a package ot Kmil Pudding
4h*v'ied."l'
I protniu;' i.
I rWdins r
l ao*M PuSd-m-.
ndianooih voiMlrllH-x.
loo. i Alirlul rta".i. .-,..l.K. .,.
nllla. aad I
Advenlure? No
i' lie v/iii be acre I irapi
[nd ill. t, liurrna.
Au*ti.ili,i. New
Japan, and then the
em from north to
".
"Advenl i not imw
'. William says. "I am
"ii- trip ai an education.
|
The X-ray coi two guineas. He
UI will be
....
' trip has been
miUam swapped
' I tei -)nK job to _.
ting which brings him
Ilia week.
A spot lo settle in
;it Brat, but
used lo heights. | always had tg
s rum
I
LINEN & LACE
TABLE CLOTHS
WONDLRFUL VALUE
RUNNERS- 15x45 1.85 ea
OVALS. ROUNDS & SQUARES
at 84c.
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO, LTD.
10. 11. 12. 13. Broad Street
72 x 90 -$14.50 ea.
72 x 54 S7.50 ea.
52 x 52 $5.11 ea
DRESSING
TABLE
SETS
at $1.55 Set


rv.i six
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THI'RSDAY. VUGl'ST 16. 1931
VJOW'S th.'titne fir this young
nun to learn the safe, comic
vray to Inner CUa'ili'uts! A glass
oftpaftflnf "tejr" Andrcu's it
I deltphtfully refreshing drink.
paraai sun, however,
II ensure* everyday good health
by cleaning the mouth, settling
the otomsch and toning up the
ully, Andrews pwtly
touch.
Just a teaspoonful in a glass of
old *ncr and here's an exit-
ing, sparkling drink here's
the way io Inner Cltaniinest!
Andrews uversmt
iTHE^IDEAL fORM-OF LAXATIVE


THURSDAY, Al'i.rsT If.. 1S.-.1
UAItllADOS ADVOCATE
I' >...
CLASSIFIED ADS. IM,H" "
TIUKFMONI 1101
For Dim Marriage
rrarge "1(1(9 for any i
up to 50 .r-d cent* pt
between *-d pm
RBBMgg i
FOR sai.i:
- ... I I

^'"U and In Mmiorlan* noOcea M
V H on week-dav* and (1 H m Sunday
or any number of word* up lo M, and
I ceriti per word on weekl-dae* and
ttnu per word on Sunday, (or earn
additional word.
A.WOI'.MIAII.MS
ASPRO Cold! and flu dlapelled
reired-aoothing -will relief
from Rheumal.c and Kf
Nervlneaa Sleepleaanee* Let ASPRQ
ram* to jour aid NOW 8 31-I0n
...-----,. M r .______MAL ESTATE
S"da M u-o-J. over 34 LANT> 44e aq
I u-o-d u'e.l
Al.TOMOTIVr
Ihe rierlHHi ,
A ! iwu.vcr. Brillon* HUI
at I-rinc.-
A| Dial !!
a SIen
PJU
CAR. IMP Bauer Saloon do
liJltT h'lVAL
CAR IP* ru) 11 h p ve.v
I
Ram*. Jni
r ,
hp BSA
I. TWO mile-
I ll pBgM
MAl>F lo neaiure within a day 11
'"'' Sti.il- l1
- SL>rk* Guaranteed M
Ihlp ROYAL STORK. No 1* I M.-tlon Waggo-i rir.1 K.g .1, -rt AQ,|i
High Street Phone M ......I Mlaiage under WOO \, p,.r n;io
TAOOOM
Sal-Hn toiU ace.pi
for *ai t
OR EXCHANfiE-O. ner
ne-.ll. MUba. ktrftak famil. ohligr-l
.achange anuule* pUc. prlr.iOI* .,-
ea or .eti MM p.... Ktrepuonai and
Genuine appj.nu.it- hUIbl. advantage-
ou. deal direct prteato ,..,..., ..,
"'1i reaponaiblr AfrnU Ring ~jlB
dally ll)
aft*
AUCTION
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
I -I <.\N
1 ...,|. \0k
FOR RE.VT
Minimum rHarae week Tl cnt* **d
H cent* Iu*dav> 1 ieo-di over M
u-o-d 1 ,-e>r* a tro-d vceh-4 .eafa a
.wed on landau. I
IIOISES
TAKE NOTICE
GRAPE-NUTS
SHIPPING NOTIC ,
of Am-

Thai CenatAl. IXHjWC COHIt'llATlON. co.t
"' "> "" "' the State ol iv a .are Un.trd M*
** eddree* u ISO p. ,
M-mufaeturer*, ha. applie.1 I
of if.-;...,, |n lnM,-i ,,( .,. IOl-,.. , ,,, ,.
~ from it.- unn *_, ... Aigru.l
rrpw the urn
I .. /i .1 \M.
I IM I l-lll ll
_ notice in duplicate i
n.r Irad* n.il can pa n
Dated ihn go. day of Auav.1 I Ml


\ |wat IH'
July SMIi. Hrobane Jul>
i

lAHWr


TAKE NOTICE
FLAT o Blue W.u*. Terrace. ,
..t will, apactou, v.phoa.d. Phor.-
*_____________________ t -i I n
UT Maaaell Co..) Read
Fi idMair*, Trie-*.-..
. (land *-balnmi AvaiUbkr Iron.
sw.m KASTTJetM ibrdr.
g r n
-1
K
SpU-e* SANTA HARU
In Caribbean Ha'ra l"i>n IT Ml <
per day RRAND IK iTTI. In 't faal-
denllal dHIrlrt ur-lrr i;
Mil r4--.tr. tnm Si C per head per dar ,
SEASIDE INN On Grand An** Bathlns
each Rate, (ram MOO per head perl
da} Enqjirlr* to D M Slln-er. O'-nada I
ad* Sl-TSn. |
*e will Mil on DUOA
Bfa Dark Cry.tal Sua.
houaM :
I- .der. lid Roeburk H '
hd"""" C" Ua SU" U"" P"'
CO Bride.
CASH
i i*jH :.,.
I* SI *Jn
In addition ta e".
C
reptcd on Ifimufh BUI*
-I Trinidad
ram, li,.. |
For furlh'T
11 KM -- HIIM1 A t C
niiMini'

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m im * v \nimii.

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1 im ! OASI >....... Jj)


for St. I (j
(
1
1
I1 (11
1 jj

l:l.KCTRI('AI.
. BBANKBa. TKOTM.N a fo
Aurllonerra
IS I >l-an
' ii'ithed
YEA II WOOD *> BOYCT.
Jamea Street
1 THE CAMP On the Sea. Si
fully l.irnuhed Dial BUT.
1* Tll-tl
nrit
im rate iponi
pvr
ATAIT

tarh of Ihe new IHSlSI P\e Radlc
1

card t i .
. |
niHii \ Ten rend per apm* il-
end 13 rent* per apaie Im.
an-.....in cltaroe SIM a
and USD on Sunday:
a trarfc-d.-bi
oa Sundew*.
i MM SSfS
MOTiat
VF4.VET l-ADY
I.OSI A l-'Oi ..
LOST
( : "TP" I- p| '.....
b.nldinn Reward
I Ml. Cl'lil- I 1J I
TAKE NOTICE
POST
TOASTIES
. ... i .. i

Who Hade or huuneu addreaa la ISO
Park Avenue. New York. New York,
Untied SUtea of Ainerk-a. V.
ha- applied for r *
trede mark In Part "A" of HegUter In
It.peel of cerrul food., -i.d i . >
tilled lo leaieter uW un* aller oau.
n ....(h fram the lath day ot
la i

,..:. on npui


JIM
.1 |
fUM, 11*1
II WI1.1IAMS

TAKE NOTICE
JELLO
I-OOIW CORPORA-
T...N .. ,..l !
Snt the law* of Ihe Stale of
.i
Irad.- or bualne* addfea* li ISO
P..ik Av.iu. -.. ..- New York
li.lted Slale. of An H
tij. applied for Ine t'al.tr.iiion of -
tr.de mark tn Part "A1" o* ReaTlaier ll
re pee t of food. ,.nd inred- I
i Staanrta, puddmi* ;.".
,-ov.der.. ic
.r .it ewtrac!
.i M> i
month fron
1"i- ISlh day ol Annual IM)
ii'ileaa *ome person alnll in Ihe ineanlunr
I in dupllrale to me at nv
itKxition of lueti
In-lr.Ml.rniirkf.nWwnMii
lulled Ihi* Ilh dav ol Au*uit. IfSl.
ii tfOJutAMI
H Mark*.
) B SI Hi
TICI I.OB Ur ORIENTAl.
ii. -in t IM1M
sruji rs. iioki
II ll>. I IM *.*
TIIA.\Fii
\ I OB SAaJ
I I i l.. |
? Pi.miei
elertitr kettle, new.
. (ll 00

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T,.

1'l.ipham, Christ J
l. Church Appl> II W. Webater, J
\ Ball, IM XIS cr i
II I 11 t I
FURNISH
in Style...

MJrl

1
l-itb.


room Cabinet*. Table* I. r D
I
.. '
..... MM
up. Caned and Rum Furniture.
snur.r.n md oihr sem
Hand and Traadla I
regular and ch*ln*tlteh. Olimc
rhone. W.trdrobe and otlu
l
L. S. Wilson
SPRY ST
DIAL .068
Truly A City Of All
The Talents
II!' Ml. >|H1.
I V( II1-.I-
tlial nuike>Se..
Dial 3STB p,
it ml Dept
II 11- On
. ACC1>s.ii i> -
>..I
B> i.nmn rwiik
FURNITURE
OFPflCI CBAIaU ].| received ..
hipineni of Office Porture Chain wllh
three point adjiattment tea them today
MECHANICAL
Robert. Steel Baeh Truck.
0 Sp.,r Wheel* an.
Trolla.a Don no. -Truck* pll *i a
S P UUSSON VON a. Co
MISCELLANEOUS
JJ. A* Now. pilra
Flit. Knight* Lid
11 I Jl-T F N
SOMKONE, probably Dr. John-
soa, grtota to an old friend: -'After
forty years of deep fTien,1.!i,,, ]
1 nm as fond of. you as a new
as-yiijiiiuiice."
In the last few days, as Jul>
has raced towards iu nnal hours
I have met Bg DUUky frleiiua,
'ices, and new faces thai
mciniiry becomes blurred.
IN Unit- tVdjrjOlal i Mines lo Lon-
don, or so ll would seem at th
time nf the year, and why not?
I^indon is still tlii- cental
world and draw* maitkin.i LUfl
And ludRliiR by last
week Westminster Is tlu- ..-ntn
! Uhj dm .-. Boup wild the
RNAURl. WARX al I
CAimiKNWARE rl:
bnwla etc al Oenen
ll Street
oalv nucKrrs 10- 11 oo n. u>
Dd It |l SO each Theie arc ,.i gap)
pncea at Ralph Heard t Lower gav
OAL* AMMJ) SHEETS New It
fi 1- gg M-h Tft (J n M
-. tl IV ..r.l LdnM B
USA m
MILNKM Wall Safe-- and Steel offce
Er-ulpmenI romprulng Deaka, Filing
t|.illoner>- and Pigeon llnlr
OBSk Bo.e.. Plan File, lot
Architect*. Card Index Cabinet*. WMta>
pKper Balket*. Letter Tuvi He
S P MUSBON BON A Co Md
Dial 311) b SI In
BSCORDB: Charlie Kuna. Bin*. nwkrM
and wa will order for you If wa
avent got II in atock. A. Barnea S Co.,
id. g.T.iii- i r ii
srrciAi- oiTRR or a picci: tfjuia
i'otta Rirrrn c-.ixss in.t ihe
thn.fc- for U A -imple
'peralmn rn.iirea iooI Arm butter -11 Ihe
ONLY 4 'I M I VII iill-IHl IRON'S HARDWARE STORE. BROAD -.T
SUNF1JBX In all ahade* at General lardwnre Supplic. H.ckett Sire-1. Dial WIB. 11 S -1 3n
MIES ThTce -3i Lar ..cellenl .1 m c liarage Ltd fire ood .. IS g SI n
'RF.X OIASBWAKF. Se
_e at Qwifil Hardwar*
VrtrvTHt
HELP
PtIHirlON OIIKKEII
Y wilh knowledge of Book-keep.
per month Applicant mini liv.
3 mile* ol City A pp..' In peraon
i m any day except Saturday.
- STATIONERY
15 II SI 3n
dlatancc of A1
The Riav ol Mr. WeMoii
,r.c* HERE on the TagTBCfl in N
i Mty CBMdeBP girls, all uk-mi-u
alike. sitiKin,! "The Maple Leaf'
*""** and the French-Cunadian "Alou-
ette' while M.P.S applaud from
i3n the open waBfJowB,
I i Weaton sent them hete
and has taken 50 British girb.
to visit Canada.
He is. of course, u RillllonairB,
which does not reduce the gen-
erosity of this scheme.
HE caBM BtUB Canada to the
lirst war as a very younk. pmlt,
wistful sapper in my section, hav-
ing lied about his age.
After the war, bring the sol
i>f a baker, he decided to buy f
UU of |,imily-owned b|
England and modernise them.
Thn (.nly anas was that he
had no money, but he Bold HM
idea to b tckanTg and got lh,. rnntu-y
NOW his tnteippises extend to
C.in.Hi i Ukd Ulg US A
M. rt> Mil :. Iluyim; bUll-
n ludini Portnum and
Mason. Ilia favourite
Balance she<'t-.
H: gray i I r. img: Flying on
business. His graatMi enthu-
Biasm"' The British Empire.
That is the story of BappgH
Weston up to dale. The girls on
the Terrace are just a pleasant
interlude.
Sir Virlnr. pro-Saloon
WHO Ii this luave, elegant man
who has come lo hear the For-
eign Affairs debate?
It la Sir Victor Sassoon. whose
hb name although
he hardly ever sees them.
He had big interests In Shang-
hai and refused lo pay the sums
which the invading Japanese de-
manded when they took Shanghai
in their war against tlm..i
"Why are you so ntt-Japan-
esc? asked the victorious com-
mander-in-chief. Sassoon replied.
"I am not anti-Japanese. I am
pro-British and very pro-Sas-
soon."
Now he lives in the Bahamas
When I asked him why, he said
"I gave up India and Chins gavi
me up."
A .luil i ( West.mn-.ler
NOW let the Empire drum
roll for Judge MacKay of th
Court of Ontario, who
BM com to hear Chan.ellor
Gaitskell's variations on an old
iheme.
The judge, who was badly
wounded in the llrst war. Is a
-real authority on StlBaD
"Milton wrote his works on a
vocabulary of 7.000 words." he
loid rne earnestly "tlhalmgugslH
ised 17.000 words, a great number
Which he added to our lan-
guage."
III. h.i- MlCfa i ((,, ;
M Brtttth InsUtUl.....s that 1
was somewhat horrified when
hortlj Rita i., had ,.,, down In
thn OfaUftrs the following dialogui
.'nk.' nut:
Dr. Morgan (Vocialist); On a
point of order. DM \
Mr. Deputy Speaker, the re-
mark made by the honouiable
member for Kidderminster
when he said "What bloody
nonsense"'
Deputy Speaker: I did not hear
Mr. Vihirm (TOTy) who sit:-
for Kidderminster and has a
voice like a Riant nlling for
bai "i of rum): I must pro-
1 mosl vehemently. I li.l n..i
' ."I 1.riLii.u-.' al ;il|.
Mr. Folllrk (Socialist): Could the
honourable gentleman tell us
what word he used that sound-
ed like "bloody""
'irputv Speaker Order'
Ilieold \MIa>n (who had the
Door): Whatever the boy
soprano from Kidderminster.
said, or did not say. I ghould
hate to Ihlnk that he ud I
agreed in our n
rutioris of what nonMtisa
niejiis.
vet ih<- hjdts) gtaytjd for six
| hours. Tough fellows, th. |
New Power in Ihe Empire
TOodaturT,. Including aoupa aiul mgr..llei.'
-1*f tfT' J?1" '"" ">** ""> ">e lain day of
.-..on .hall In the meant..
BBkli leglH.atlon The lu.lc ,...!. .
Dated thla Mh day a* AugMM 1SSI.
Renali.it "i
- CHANCERY SALE
The uitdermentNtned proper!. *ill b.< art up ir tab. |
FUbUg Bulldlnaa. Undirlowii. between II noon and I p in
UM dale .peclSed bebw If not ttvrn .old it will be .rl m
Iridav at the an* place and during Ihe umr hour* until i
\ Menu
at.l.
I' WIIUAMK
FRXDCHR-K ARCIIIIIAIJI COMIAD CI_\IBMONTt
il Hill i
PI.....IIS
josrjm iTT7orjtAU> 1 IUIITRTY Al.l. THAT ..
Pla..utioi.i .il..ate In the pari.r. of Saint l-ucy and
it am
.1
bounding on land.
Plant.lion on other land*
AugMUu* Itinkaon and oa
piece or parcel of land to,
of Saint Lucy and I*lai


..-.aid .
' I
ii late ..f |l,i|.|.i
IM n i.-. rood.
;..(e ol Mr W..I.......,, ,n
ow or lotr ..( oil... DM
the l-ublic Road fll'IINDlV All THAT
It of Checker Hall Planutio... aiiuale In thi
ilotraald ..- t i
k ..i il Urn lupi In
.:,.., H ,,.U - 'HI RRJ Jim
Dial SS1S
II g II Jn
Bile Club
4301
s I SI ^n
One rood eighteen perchaa Hutting and bounding on kkndH 04 OHt
bnlaae and Enieit Augu.tu. HBtuan ..ml on .< Road i
llinlit nf Way or however elw the img M1 but! .....i i..... .1 HiiniM ,: |
THAT certain piece or parcel ol lai.il .part ..I Cnaeher Hall
In the pariah of Saint Luce and laUn.i .(..:.
One acre and Bbw tatrgfaag ixnimg and nn.11.du4 an .ither landi "i Oil
Courcy gknlagr and Kfneal Augu.lu- lliiikanii on .-,.| ... w\.i.
a Bight of Wa> . oiher land* ol the -aid Oliver Ibi
Anenti. Hlnbaan 0) hunn Ma* -ir -.,11 -.... btrtl 1 1
FrirKlHLV AIJ. THAT place, piece ..1 1.11..! ' .. .1 ... ... .1
Oanirrt altuale in Ihe pariah ot Maim Lury m ll. l<*>iul 1
1 five acres .ixleen p'i. i.e. of land or I hen 1
llmmefleld. Ilabb. and Checker II,.: Ptanl 1 .
- bound T.xeibrr wiib the ntcaaviaps md -11 ami
^Mco* S^nMpC-
NEW
s Tin >
A STCAMKR aalli In
NEW
SI. OKMRRAl. ARTKiAS .ail*
> "Tl^MUt wilt l>l Augurt
A STaUMEIt aall.
YORK SEKVIir
mu.fcws smvitr
ill latniu mi
CANADIAN ftERVHE
all. tdenl.ral
AiiIik R.ih.4.
UkCOA rARTNBR-V 1 il (ilUM s s AUMA iwMSva A.gu.t l7t^ Beplemb. Aug i Ii Bel.l. 1
..> 1 mini m. \i.t -I* hair
ROBERT TIIOM 1>TD. NEW VOUK AM* (ill.F SERVICE
AI'I'I.V:1A COSTA % CO. LTD CAN \ll \N -.1 HVICB
BUSINESS NOTICE


will re-pen
M
I ll.

11 11 1 IAMB
CHANCERY SALE
HAUn.uiOB.
Thi' under men I Mined property will be -
I'M" lluildlng.. Budget.. 1. Miami 11
date .peclfled below If not lh.11 gnM ll ail)
F 1... -I II* aame place and du.lng the aame hmi
ipplicatloii i<> ine
KFJ1NETI1 CARl.Tor, I 1
r aale al UM liegl.l ration OnV
. H uneoadir
.... will ..I Full paitl..il.1
. Plalubfl
Hi:"!!! ra.l7AIIF.TII onbaij:
AIJ. THAT re.Uln pice ... 1......
Plantalinti in the pa lah of St. Lucy and I.Und ol llaibadi- al
log bv admeaaurement three acre* and thin 1 the um
or leaa .made up of four *epaiale paicel* i.f lai..l Mfttali U n b] .nln
1 .r,i TV-i IDBflj and ten, fun. prichea. One ai re 1 .
f.niitern perchel. and one acre ir>pertl\rl) 1 hutting and bounding a* .
on 'ond* now or late of Themaa Jordan, on l-mda i-. >. lalg ..( Mi. |
on land, now or Ule of I OfgfaU*, Ml in- puBIH
late of tbe ..! Cull. l.'i. I'laiitatlon or larwever eUe Ihe aaina "... Ii
bound. TngMlllll wllh Ihe Mewuage or Kweiimit Ii. I
InguUr olhei the huuaaa and BUI........- SI Uv igld.........1. .1 11
landing and being with Ihe apputtan-ncea belxiniii.M ibireui
hands with the OOOfe
1 am afraid." said Mr W.-li-ii-
ky'8 wife. that yOU will nBVB
1 >hake hands with BM'
A BuW lor Mr. Etiktida
. havs < m Fli i DBy*
rom IfodaUII llolti itl>. Of M>
QUflJBt AM Bubllme." h
Mikado, for I smnl Ul iiitr.KUi.e
Mr K'n'ikr KLiKu.i.1.
ixirtaii'. 1 lokvo. v.hn ha-
. nine U) IT1J ItOUM (01 lUtath.
||. !. ,.. v--l-. 0W '
: fun.
NOW let u* adjourn to the
town house of Sir Dennistoun
Huiniy. whose iiivn;!n.ti
valuable in the llrst u..i KOd
whoM eltplri and port are be-

The molt Interesting guest at
11s paVty is the burly, highly in-
telligent L'noffli i
Northern Itho-lesi.i. Mr. Roy
Welensky. CMC. one of the
powerful new men enieruing In
'he Colonial Empire.
He was horn of
in Southern HIhkkm,!, oecamo a
r*tBvy-Wfdgbt boxing champion.
then an engine drive., j u i-.t..i.-.i to th<
unionist, a newspaper editoi. and P. "^ ''Iosboj
.inally "I'rime Minister."
For years he has been agitatin.
for a union of the Northcm sj
Southern Hhodesias. When II
come about, as It will, he will hatvi
UM honour of chief architect.
HIS wife is as lively II
; ii: li.'.. <]'.
When Mrs. Creech Jones, the
wife of the then Colonial Socn
lury, dined at the Welensky hoini
1 to be allowed to shakf
For IfacArUi .:
Li.' j,i.. i Ho ti - UMl ine
., 1
CtUUonal nioii.mh and that full
Ithority has passed to I'arlio-
n*nt. Y.-s. Iborg bai be*
rrbulldi-ig in Japan because the
ti bjIms .im of wm-l.
We ahake hands and bOW, for
id of
nte.l mist:,
ti ,iui lent eOtirtBfiy.
House of tbe Perfect llosl
Mil. II 1 y,
...use. where he if
holding a reception
What a marvellous vk
iiMi OtM has from this window.
and how
'ooks froi
'h' <; ifBTi im 1 1.....1 i-oiin..
I 1. oil. 1 -,. 1 had >>'
.. i-ii-jt- ii.iitiitaiinii. ..ii.I vrM lul.
n plaoa by wii.-jiiilhin:. llim
.,....
( OLOND. CUtTON HHtrWN
.1 DM ''*'! ho- T. ..rut 1
1
nlghi thai we win- n
coming hystfti leal
Um last I
1 dinnei parllS'

' .1. . pj *. l-i.iei
Thailand Hollaod, Yugoslavia
1 ei the ii.' ..11. Man duun
[or Mi
d In rnock lotem-
i ,. 11. ; oi .in Patila
ll 1 1
i.f tha majority) ao

Our guests wrn- mth h Un
1 . .1 -I l

The Post Bh
hO h.lV. Alltt.l
olli-rmg U) ell)
thin own axptfuw, may I thanj
. j that thi
attraeUvtj um u i i paarad ra
that alUtUO* tn1 tahj n lO March
Wi- can gaze at tbe neaiby hai Ine ii
Skylon, whi.li some miscreant the point
said epitomised the character of I. I H
TAKE NOTICE
FIH. SALE
LAND
llenl Itinl
I
Mi '
ikiii: 1UA
me anil - 1 It I
HOI
Ci
Auction Sale
I : Mi .1 > II. :.



I
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\l t iiom t i;s
Jggkaa VI. IK1...I0..
a> lo.
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I'hnne I'.i-'
ll \\ I MltiNs 1:1 11 DING

1.1 \ i1 ro id
-M \niWIIAI'"
i > .: 1 IF WAXED l'M'i R
rut:
IMI'iHIII .If
I.M r :,'
fr.Vfff If
Cornei t lb .1 ..
\ IS YOUR SAVINGSACCOUNT INCREASING?
Did
H ..'
I

Pollcj

. .
plan is boulnji down i
otntrthlni along tha Ui I
,',%',;:
SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA
Head (J ireal
K. H, lONBfl a- < OMP \n L1M1TI l>
Ri;......" B sdot,
Q
+*,,,*,..:.:*... >'.
''W''W'''WW',>!
I OII S \ I. K
2 Hundred Empty Barrels
FOR PALING USES

ITial GENFJ1A1. rOODS CORPORA-
Tly^. a corporattim niranUed and '
ling under the laWl of the Stale of
Delaaate. United State* of Aanenca
y-o. trade or b.1.11 .-.. addreaa tl JS0
aril Avenue. New York. New York.
Lniled SJUte* ol Amertca. Manufacturer..
haa applied for the reglitratlon of a
rde mar* In Pa.t "A" of HfiiHr
1 tea ond coBi*
- ""* alter
1 I'iO- dav of Auguat

la duplicate to n
.,1 npvoMtwin of auch re
BHUB ran be *>e
1,.... 1 m.,- hi i. ftuaagt "
Begi.
K
WIIJJAMv
!. ^, ark
is a i a
AMtVEHTMSB
in thv
ABVmCATB
RACES-
KIsIITS
A re what
C ounts! the Most
E mclent and
S peediest method on
the cooking track
Is GAS for Cookinr
CHILDREN PLEASED
WITH THEIR
FAVOURITE BOOKS!!
M ynur i / *.feer sftnii' uf /#< fnllmrina:
THF SHIP Of AIIVENTURKl.v Knid Ul>l..n
( IHUIKKN'S NEW H.I.ISTKATKII KNCVCl.OI'F.niA
I.I.MI.KT BOBBS INb> O.ploin W. K. Johns
TBE WKSTOIV TALISMANby Prrcv P. Weslerman
ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE
-thi-: most Minn 11 \ #.\- rm%\"
.{DBMS' MANUFACTURING GO.
GOVKRNMKNT HILL.
-tea. 0C-1r*e
A
7*
lull slum hi *-!
<*ff uhnnl
MINI
MBit tlfi't" *'
41 i #*r#
1. gagffl


l easily killed when growing
(Mm viiov nm i si M
Bvad-klllsi .1 1
on laWDV, Rolf ttreens, gr
drlvaa. ai
viuoruusly.
ernngoBe bai UM
mi raon ui 1 si

I iriuiM.liC to 10
gaUotH w.i'i'i. I ifai 1 "
''..

I'll 1 \i riOMfl
I 1 rui.xi.m
applying it t
gros
I'l.. IXI t TIHXS f. f If.


rw.l IK.ill'
KAKitAIHlS ADVOCATE
THl'HsllW. \l (.1 ~l Ik. IS.il
OHCOCKELLSAYS::US
Uoyd
me
on It
Marshall gave
my
sear
By DON COCKELL
as told to
JOHN MACADAM
'T1///. | uina gentleman laus Ins
* hand mi iii\ wife's arm and
looks dreamily across the
lo the dazilina /''//> /
the W> !i:<;rtinrtm.
lie \t a good-looting young man with
lie Is relaxed
DTeUm, and plHCJM under the
hlr. slttrt at the loose fteslt as he
Hoe "' lie got to
I Hf ffuea on Ii.
ea\i . .
Bannister
And Co. On
Right Track
ml IL1 >peaking Iherr arr
onlv two beate *p*rls i .ilhli-Ur-
ii d boxing MiT "M ii yen
rjn'l liiht vnu ran!! ** -.Impli
as H. it
And cv. K' *>nndrrthal.
I,, i arlaaal recorded .
baa work with j dub would have
1
Mfmamntl? would
ihr principles of track
work.
I .I-n't hate 10 tell
Bang better in world
ik.ic.ii,. Uuttl *> have for more
thr r i '
Yet I'm net Mire thi
athletic aren't even more heart
T P. C-
/? ,;/,'
KkWI h. .,..* hi* left far hni.hint
pum h-unhkr rhr orthodox, bnrr. Hen- he **
tliitiiHi-iriiiiiE Hi* punchwith M.rfc Uart eft Use
! ..Mli; ,,|.
paTTM WII..SON m> alhle-
I ,-. at' r pTO*
ore-s ['ifin fluy other 6ro'ich
. Um -rar and
fhinkl OUt 'rack SWf
pegf i JMsfnk-i

BOOKED TO HELP JACK
GARDNER RETAIN TITLE
RACK HORSES
LEAVE BARBADOS
E.ght race nor-f* left ihc bland
i,, S S (4Udl>u
Cruiser Cavahcr. Bright Ughl
and Cross Bow are on "
lo St Vincent after taking .>''
1
dn*t *

particular^
good :i( W
Oene Tui "i being


out who
loo bin ..nybody


when
'he bUtl in GlW|
on and back in BaUei*-.
I ,,

sow. formidable There is a HMM-
qntto iti'it go< i mod
and In- '..... I Hi '' i 'I" "! Iff!
hand. u'ins. and sous. .
h ft-handei i did all raj
Uka writing and
ivln* with the left hund and
In Mt Si ride- .(|r ,,.,,
_____ *
.
' .....' .,....t.-Ml,
Vl him.MI ictM Ml HHMta "But"
box- Oh. y..u mean Ihf lhm Sylnc
"' not normally posses. i woodman (on Infer."
/(, u i DUMB hi tlw lctl hand
,. orlnuiiiii R-kandtr, Tin.;
Ill Tl'f Blltl nnorli.r fin :. I Unary nnd I Bin
I chM when
, ...
... (4l----a .. . i*'l f Till
I
ll(>w 'i .. | v., ybridfle wt
bllti i wenl t i'1
And iti
bomb blew up Jonnnj
Tim .
....

ctb'Hii .
'it UlTOUfh
(MMW1IHM uj'-
prduei ii ,"i.i-i'u acmiapawieiif
oranoe
once ora woo
In my b>rbei I |h# blue vtd ooeiion.
I would bavo iiii<- M, Bol ler. AbaU but 1 knew fairly
that 1 wa not Hood enough.
only one i tike in have it the I i red ftn hnuor UaanM aftor I
, u ,... -1 and had a ohai
aful contra Hl.it.
u-fTTif and 8004'
em -ugh.
., | f. r..s.
Gonzales NX ins I').'!
Mile rVnto Race
MA l| l^.

won thi (38....... m:i miii Oran
i 'i. .\ i i ,
i
ni hi:, nearost rival.
in.- 12 tap arin.1
In a TV'i Hmc oi I* n

for .in ... il nu mill
i I
with ni-
1 mlnutoi
-II 1 -I
Third .
in two

I Loult Chiron ol
Prance, alao i i
two hour
'.
of "thrt third
Glamorgan
First To Beat
S. Africans
Cr il-kl I III suits
s..... in 1..... Aur II EriRlnh r
1 Kent at i ""! i (B for I wU M
. B
afora gnn
- How good it i*
f H aihletica thee
the inevltabli
klruj which typical Augu-t
[Link Mc 1
af-Wanta Orty, the nr:
..,. i
return provad th.it it t$ good to
aee our track ltn nowaday*.
Athletic. hn undoubtedlv modi
biitutT strides In thla cuunt:>
" ",. '
Tan Hnff
Now 9.
lhan Gardner, the German hits
the kind oi bad
spells toughnessand
Uah enough
umlor-estimMe him.
> i.roi;<;i. wmnNt.
Really big fpw-matai for h tvy ire rare and
if Jack |r. the B T.C. Mid-Summer MOC!
la -..-lii-.i n ' in| ihort "ib.
'if praetioe partnei European uile Monsoon Nan Tudk
aaalnit the Oermai Holt. In either Berlin J^,^,^forTHnid
nr Dortmund

booked it' what mual
gckt ayuaiaali in "tui m'* atad and mteni-
. .,' iv. VanUi, Shoeburp- lv Ma-flaw arianipatlil oi - it
i *sr. holder t the Brltl h knock- time
onde) un Boll, the Yorkahln gam tkal as to fliiht Am Mm
paid so '.imin.ir- ml' i.ivei-weichi title against
hi ol the fortheoralng
With Ik-ll f.'i I
REFEREE i,\\ E
GAME TO
RUSSIANS
punehmn. and the ever-Improving
Viitm supplying the inside stuff",
ipli'ti Jack Will not luck adi-
BEBI.IN. Aug. 13.
An Cast German Communist
I

Soviet Soccer match
and Mi" laam, This port* writer for the
Friendship left for Trinidad where Soviet licensed 'Berliner
likely take part Mlrt ,hr s had Ins
' Meeiiiig- tack turned .-hen lie pet
East Gelinwri. i-d two
I
Soviet team won.
The referee's decisions VMM
F. B. Freddie Bees.-one~of the booed by many of the BOJMM (.,..
groataat steepleci-aae Jockeys of who watched. Booing an
..I! tune died at his home on cized by "Ncuves DeuM
-Bob Murphy battle Wadnaaday Ho was__57. Bcebe ofllcl-l Communi;! Daily nawa-
i '.he Arin
JOCKEY DIES
I.FWES. F.NG1AND. Aug. 15.
Accoi.-
iton rnuat lhan dannd
. haraplonahlB againsi
Ubat Finch by
nd his Europeun
galnfl ilermnny'.s Con-
l tha end of Novem-
l
the 19*21 Grand National on
BBB of C edict. Shau" Spadah.-tCP
hi."
dhtpus
i.r
GALA OF LONDON'S
it wuB aasantlan? . ''one-nuui
band" affair.
Now if you go to any big meot-
ln| ina stars who are making
tain really great In athiotli
t.i: i- it since a British
waa :'ked to oattM lor the
ii-hips of the
pa snd Oraal Britain
Impreulve Record lo begin i King i ra Iwa; i .: the i-know-where-
ii amateur in CHdanl I worrying
tiecame German chau.- aspects of the
with a list of i3u conquaal irawd bumnei
have become alinoM household w0n gl, bl|l onc (pf hib 2\ ,eprc
-entative botltl and roughed
.'. : 111 i t'.'' ii
As a poat-wai professional.
;on In
HOW IT WAS DONE

IN 45 n

rtralghl is
'
.IT SI ||.
1
uld battl
long of the
.' in.n
Ami Wi h i V
Glamorgan skip) w
and hoisted lh by nun
half his uile.
Fathers"
now nitti hai
into the .hi
iiiv bad
a-flh in mlnuli I Ihc i runa
saconda for an losing a wicket,
10 ni.p.li.
QoniahM actually pulled
in tha fourth Ian lh,,n "'"' lh ^""'i-'hing 4%
sixth lap.

Kant: Wt.
i ..i Dorta
.,,!. lit; Surrey ii
kou
lorabira v. Ol
.it rt,.-li. '
eatemhire IPS; G
Ft ro ; adefcat
I .ii. ,i hire v. Notth I
Ire: 167 for 7
wicket*
hire v. Essex al
!......rterahln IPO; Bmm -
for 4 "ni

S-M
Somerset' sen; Sussex 116.
i Northarn*

ks 456 fir fl I
yorkahlra v. Woreeal
ugh.
Woree itea hire: 266 for 8
Mena ad lo
Hi,
I T
li.umi 1 RaceT-dda)
DOVCR
Anton Villa centre hnlf. nnrt Len
hit..... ii. pst< i ir in iii -
with Iheli it
enabling Glamorgan to win by
In hift afterlea *i*M M
look lh*
lh mi. iniii
I'ullerton with rcesslve
Th. Mill NMI nnpunnd Uurt ,.,

Ftox
13 men i
ered on the French coast waiting
.t ,.i
.
i


to race off ahead m an effort lo
break Uu while Ihc
third n laam ;ii
"take things easy'", and attempt lo
make th) Ol*

nor Hi I Rehl.
Second favourites are the was reported that King Parouk Ol
Freochri :: n1"1 franca :> Ihc
Sweden's Lars Warle. Le Horvan 1
tame second in last year's con- Briefing ded bj
; h.\v I II
Argcc.t .
the nam* ol BvUa Peron, w do ol f>. led atu- bi fi"- ttii take off early
the An.. I snt; and it in Thnroday morning. V.P.
boo am anybody
ngboks
gan in"
<: .1 be* fine i
ed in tin Welsh
v '.ikiiiB f.uii wlcketa for 10.
*
drunk in
bei ' en-
ind ' i "Hi rtlon i
' .
Then, and not nil then, the rain
I I s.
WHAT'S ON TO-DAY
'. ii li.l r.
ludiio
gMWllsn al Bar-
.-in,. lo A.m
court or faaaoao uiirk.-
Ilaii MKslon t'aorl 10.30
am
Mretln* of the Ssnitary
< iiimi"iim. i of HI. Mi
char] p.m.
Hseaaag .-t OhrM t harah
Taatrr I p.m
liHilhall illarriimn College
va. Windward Itlandal
i p.m.
tlilcr Polo a' Aquatic Club
lUrrison Oellere v*
Snapper* : WhipnorayTi va.
Btejhaa)< p.m.
ri\iM\~
v.|.i.iii .lun fh( Impnnr
run
! ... .. i i A
DM la M. H'.rl Jlfi. \4
">... In I.,>P.I Jin,., .
i>..u. rs w.i-.H i a
.. p m
tmpl.t lt.nd.ilph tmtplm I A
-X.
olni.p,. A |iS|t M
lli^. I.dt" I I
lords it over .i i
. I .
Busy Dm
While our heavy-welghl eham<
i trim ("i Ten Hofl
tabte-mata Don Cm kail, Qan
nor*i 'oti.i partnei
ii". Jack first quit lh*
names.
There'a lha lowering Karlni
John Savkige. s Hke heavy
weight champion Jack Gardner, loofc T(.ri |)i>(T )i|||v (.||ih| llghv
who's right up there w'm tn*'
be-t webjht-toasers In the *rtd
There*] lha magic of "Mac"
( ever he can R"*t a
straight track bell crack mo
world's furlong record. Bui
N.mkevillo. th.ii
can run the spike* off anyone "'
in. day,
There' the towering Artnut
Wtntmill." who |hM tat
nip "II the mid tenths ol tconoa
in Wooderson'* onP remaining
world recordhis 1 mln. 19 2 sees.
for the half-imle
Anil what about the I I I
distance runni n with tho hanibte-afcanked Waltei H
BeM Milor
Don'l forgot the lanky Al. n
Paaaeaon, who eavi jump hi own
height end bo <.ti'
git ; i in- Or plodding Barn
Whittle, who runs between hur-
data ;is though ha had d
in his miming pumps, but get-
ihera ru
Above all. don*l forget Roger
who Is U'. :
U t milor
men, and many more,
look Uka making new
i, oiyn ptcs Britain's besi
\ | what little encourage-
menl they have enjoyed
Th<- wersl facQltaas, in tracks
nd equipment. Of any leadlni

That monstrous grnb by UM
Chancellor from the profits' of ihr
Wembley Olympica so that
wo shall have to go cap in hand
nut crawling to rates a team fur
Helsinki
Oh f< r a breath with "broken-llmo" payments PM
working-men athletes. and .'
Dropar track for every to*'11 n*
,10,000 l.-E.S.
to
ho will not be
an poton-
ial of t; ..yagcmeiil
t
lo'duy'H Water
Polo
licit the cream of Germany's other
IghtS, and he was dur-
able enough to stay 10 round*
wdh Jersey Joe Walrntt. current
possessor of Iho win Id lit.-
.ii version). ,.
ran H ,;'1 n"'
, The
sizeable ,i '""''" nf ne Ladwa K.O. Com-
.... Si N .
p I hamerrow snai -
bo a Men's Island
team from h.m.s
Ha*.
. -.Mres are:

I
\ i: F. hn
STNDRD BRIDGE .iky M. HARRISON GRAY
First step to slant
Tin- e.i lest I
biddinK deHces is still
the must efllclcnt and
the mast widely used by
Kood playen.
Cue n.i! sb o-i be used
under certain rondiUoo
lould !
I I as a n:
BOYS FROM ST. MARYS
COLLEGE GOING TO B.C.
p. IRT-OT-BPAIN, Aug. 13
Eighteen Bt M>^'
. k, ill By le British Guiana to
-enow InterooUeglote rlvair) 1*1
Btanl ilaus College tin- week
[he programme of the boui '"-|
three-day crlchi I
....i twa Eootbell aamea, and an I
Phe bo i
i turn OH Sunday AUgUSt M
MOOI ^
ibjert to Hi*' In"oii..-
i HP cue i ;
i : ..!. .. I.il .'.f...
.1 .
tlie King or n singleton in !!;
Ult naiui I. with nu danger ol
tcie call being passed b. i!i
partner.
Any mention or a -uu. in which
there can be no Inirniton o.
playing the hand la a cue bxl
alraadl bean agreed u n a .
<>: ,i '
North Four Clu
las', rail earn-
i animl meaning No one in
I .. ... n .
In a minor u
I ol fine support lor >
major Four Club
effect "I an
against an attS '
i
unhid -
Tins me'hod dif!
BlncLwood n fo
l ibb t*a can usually be
1 mad* below the level of
Utet lite above sequence
.n-off in Four
II he has no feature
owing, with Biackwood
i must be played in Five
even though the region:*
. unfavourable.
,> Noruaa cue bid convey."
* information, uiacgwood
Dknnand* information.
[-Controls are .specified bv
> means of cue bids. WlUi
: ,-- -
4.The exchange of inform*-
OfMD allows U Dnal
:o be made by the
Plaj ng H: nek wood,
he i* a mere automaton.
I'!:c following cxumpli ttliows
ilraal bvLweco lite two
me'hods :
A*,3iV,4;''*K,;J!
K J
IS S
North's One Spade Is
he will gel
. e lllj-kwood.
lam can be safelv
i .iid of cue b.d-
i- d (Ming b*
eat i - iffiTUfi1*
i
il o I
trios
Annual liiunimi Dinnrr
11
i:.i
They'll IX) It Every Time
Bv Jinuny Hatlo
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