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I'M.I I II.Ill It Mill UMIS MiMH \ II SATIKDW aUGUST i England Collapse For 194 Runs Compton Hits 73: sjarfisi, n !" Windumnk Drub Melle lakes 4W ftfe s-W" Queeng Six Qne ill,.... tinr Ovm CmtiMtet) Island Brul \a\\ LONDON, Aii-fusl 17 %  %  Africa in id. *.,.''. rand QghtJi H • Compton, iaB n, 9 unble to within eight runs of South Africa's Aral i; %  Knm-kinninc* total <>f 2U2. Ami hut for a n '''V^.K ; S J"","'" hov cwMti Compt.m and Wataon %  < IM whii h resulted In Wataon SSrSiVS, ^SmimS^tS^ : run out when well sei, England miRht have heir captam WHm a substantial lead. Carmichaei at the an Al II IS, South Allies have lo-t *""• Another larirr -%  -->. %  three seroiid inning* wick.: ' Karncs. \\ I I %  %  *.* %  o4attl*fi urtvAncini' fl* and The SUrnsn goals were BBOl*d ? %  V>JI I*. IX f. It I 9 ao handle. .,,„, iK.^.th h open Warren PnylUj (handle II ION I I'lY apton who was last out gave In League u %  ,*. %  III.I. Wmmlt in,. n ulii.ll !', Mnrrhiill .'•! Wakou. ,eiKrling ,. •'. mnrnim lain MUCH I IM taW „|, ,.f I %  mm M : %  I '"•' %  > %  "" "l' *'•"' •-.ecutive overs during which Sot mit<.all and jmsitinned himself. a whiUthe H 1 netted W* n <*> ,i "" '" **•" nalan %  v.. one. Both right winger AUK i o. a (ionibniiurc Baal The \a\> COnBBUtEM SCHt> IL % %  < %  feated a lum fioiii the l! II I BklHirv Bay by 82 runs in a cricket match ai Ceanbea i Coinbarmara wickets, declared, and bowled out the for 58 runs. .. r ; %  . < %  %  %  >lning hit had an cut .. during .i stay s <" Mympbi Becti Williams and "'" %  % %  %  "* BVB good lasting ttiree and thi ado* each, perfci it* especially .,,f The otlMM game "f the alter,nok iBm """'""a''' etveej arwl wha could float no one to noon was between an lsla '"' naarla all m. ^^,.s with him long enough and and li Ms Uigbie v t 001 *wrhen Melltcame on with ih Ba] l^rhados won eight—one Windwwd I land custodian nam ball at 173 for six he quicki> For Hariwtd.-.. r.i-orfrey Jordan R*vira savad %  atn mab **U n< lint shed off the innings, taking scored three guals. Billy ani rllecU| d BMn BOOd shol .he wicket* of Bedser and llrenFrankie Manning two each an l v,l,> UUStB hy the Queer' ( ..is.e over tv j. C Woodjow "" S|I|,, V SSBfa always writ The St.irtlsh-Sen Nvmphk gam. POBttWnad 1" ward "(I attacks. II WMU tn.-lincl lo u-Skipper 'Bud" I. who ph.vi muddled wt navarthati ,h ^ h-rt wing ret %  axdUoa. &*. %  Nvmj.hs wer* ihe t-'" 11 **''. w ** ahout the most oulllrat U> loora, li-tly William* •"•'•'fiding for nil I I'MUIJ .,n acgrcssive ran., t"^ 1 beautifully when ever ha IhroufUll MM he, t*.ra out In "" •'•"" • •-• B.-hu, mYaVnot rbtn .no r „rrrt m„l-w„ "•"'•<• forw.rd %  Th, Vlhr U.m.in lo S Ihrwtk ll„. n| (alt s " ouutwidlng in lhal ~ M %  mjghl tack and luO b..|ore hulf P"ln ""> !" w'U" <•>' • IIUIUB. no 1 '"""•' '' KWUlMi '' r.-himn,-, whkn %  •J*. ,,„,„ ,„ e shl] Soon ar r rMumptlon of play l !" >* !" ''<ni% one minute In what %  mounted to a 25-milr duel with I r la Morn ad got £ 1.000 and 1-e her as the nadian housewife L500. All other flnishers got I p %  %  gflL) .ifivanTlOBt of t %  1 s When S^mth Afrir.. hatted Ume tha wicket baaafl made in 75 minutes. again SI rt dried out hyilis Chandler ngmn %  cored and n k an aarjj blow b, hree-ouarters way Ihioiiuh the u 11. . al IS Laki Yesterday's Weather Report I rasa % %  ,r saaagaM arlll '<< proa ided at > for Ihe officer and his family not exceeding Bvi ,.-.t t LI netted by tru-ik four .' %  Combaraaara, L Bu ur*-i : and WUl %  jrceck | % %  actively. runs. Km Marshall SI %  I defied th. Hum lev bowlers. He TO minute* before be in g Ibw la %  ley lost 6 .* icketa f''i 146 tuns Roy Marshall captured 4 wickets for 52 runa including U of Bruce Pair uideau for There %  Hall l^ine whi hum" l*i Church. The latter won the to*, and pul I gat Wnicott and Topham opened Ihe Innlngf, and inllllanl retui %  with ihe -core at 30. I it %  %  %  %  %  %  bowled bj Rdmundaon in >t al in: for H wickal aaon afU H .it. li un | aftai % %  ''. r i HI) for wkl K. Houlkei i iptured I %  ,ui tii %  and carry on the strug carry c ii-d Klands defer S ith \v 11 UV U| %  lUnrvlfl 1. A Lah<-r l> Hiu.ki r < Mr UP llrdwi I'l.tibb 14 \> i Ntitrvrta -." i n .i i L. i -md % %  • H Rndrnn I l> n>drr H Van livn.\.i(1 Ibw Ijiki-r % %  :t I %  Iwr 3 wku I ... IMIWI IM; X'. U rW -hot from H*> put up a custodian. game peaMtuutaca against the v. tads gof ihaii narbados team. It was one of the aaCOOd god afttc Referee < %  i,',i I strongest Naval teams to have awarded them .i tree kick inside even! vears. All the penalty area. After the kick vers were good'swimmers. WflS taken Warrlngton got hold They could handle the ball well "i the ball and pushed it out of nd their passing was accurate : '"' inches of Gibbons. Wirwiward The BartSBdM team howevei lalaBda I Q lefB 0 right in Ihe middle of their season, lU on ti|> top condition. third *•! They kept upa cont.nuou, bomS( .fwrw^rrf, „„. third gflal bardment of Navy s goal through, n „ among the %  The West Indies xi enjoyed th ea ne eh i thwich u s run alnat tha laeal club. Bai-| iing for |W0 and | half hOUra th W*e I !.%  %  I Tried at 180 fur t wickets, Potor Wight a %  | %  tuilnga aeored 102 n Wi eki i a i boundary for KM. J. K H Walcott > .is 40 not out* Empire is In a good position :t.( North-)to force : %  m i •. ( -: r< %  111 due i.'t V M.H.C. scored 81 and BBttpira "'; ". bj Rainadhinl deelnred their first innings close*' l," l' y The teams were:— Slarlioh; P. Uiwrence. D. Warren, F. Carmichact (Capt). Jan3 i Chandler, P, ChawUar, c Mai %  Kinnoii and J. Hill Sea Nymphs: A. Eckstei.. (Capt), M. Knight, T. Brawsat, 9 IH lluJ Mf ,; '" ''"'"'" "" '" l -. | get brin f*?' %  '"" and p, hlahon l,,K 1 1 ''' 1 I HMS nlabury Say. I'. F F.anklvn sent in the I th' Harding il <; Kay. s. Willis. Mi. RL-1 | f or windward Island i College forwards he attack. Their efforLs were rewarded when R. N. Lea, at inside left, netted from lose range. Windwnrd islands Queen*! Collate i. Half time ind the .ore UJietunged, The see;. IM i hall resumed with %  i Sollege team sttai b> WHAT'S ON TODAY Mi i. lili.. .....a mm*i %  te-i-i I..H latlni AII Hie rulfl" i UUri niM-ios nfi"> ". >M'" p I Mil ll-nk ..lUin •I i" I • IMI iii MI on ISIO I.II. I'lu. — '-IK. I.el Oh'. tt 8 ^ iw.n li cough'dos Ain<)8 QiwniHid dooi; A.noag -htnbnog ajeun-io^ luajftoij IJIIM ai||oq noA i< soi-ot pou uiOJjAiuiopAiqoniap j sq ||I-A uixjt ajBBjL NV<19Vol 9NUI5X3 SIH1 NIKS mOA S3AI0 dVOS 1N0 A1N0 i*?*f^vp n*>H>' Hop* H> tOuld fifC tomrthtnt to 'CdeM aUtag tfifWl Rheumatism. Ankles Puffy, Backache, Kidneys Strained! ftM *•£,. Xubes'. g*-(.'fjr onr-t' lOOlVJ anJ lh*C wrflCnttf im-as. Bark-at ha. Lay Palnx, a,ollan .IIIIUI. KhBaMMIiani. llunans I'auif. Hi %  A*-mil. or Loa. or Ki\i*y anal (,.| oM) I* loro your llm-i. Kid).') TTCOkM iId.InM WraM tmxla and drink-i. *am. J.l. .r %  flit Bla't EBBVV -.tr-Of. on rSBT kl.ln... SO that llr runctlon poorly nn4 n.r-l h.li. \o pro-Milpurifv > our btoua r.n-1 m.liiuin hvsllh nrl Hffir. m ~ L nr ~ Help Kidneys* Doc for'. Way irial %  quick and aura i. In h>li nys clean nul %  % %  -•a %  ,..ivn.. *>.. artUt a •avicaunolUprapar**! pn No Benefit—No Pay Cystexj N ft Y S O D f g RMIUMATISM K. Willi. (Cant) P. Jackson. A l Woodroof. Barbados: A. Weathmhead, [Cap! i T V. ai wood, (* Evelyn, K M. uniug. u. Manning, <: laraan Browne, Tonight "a Matches ict.reu.a it on Uiel doit re-I i not .mil a lour liist follows : — Spartan at the T11EKK will U' tui> | polo matches tonight at V \1 KG, ul Bank Auualic Club. These matclie in preparation for the fotii.CarlUm vis n „f two teams of the llorba%  .. Ctmibl'nrieTC %  w.it. r Polo AsMxiation Tiinldad next month. The ... ,. .... malflirs will be played by llootl.i .u*TV nnB .' SC"a*l and a dan,.roU %  hi ihli i lea of senior „,, mM Inn will open then MCOnd innings n* n s game. The teams are — Ladies Team "V\ A. Mtata F Cailllhlhaal. I> Warren. Kniuhl. J. Hill. M. Taylor I i i ile. Roi %  a and Marshall I. Indie-, XI pit Bum local te "I .di.ii* look! %  a,i Ihe', had scored 98 for the m Of S wktfl In their second v H P.C havsj lost SM i %  %  .idles Team B". It Hunts. 1) Johnson. J. Chandler, Chandler. Gale. T. B^OWne, 1 '. Hiteher. and Jean Men'* Team V A Weather Wealheihe.il. T. Yen WILES WINS ..in polios made Ha In theil re II f-i, the lo of I artctoata. N • ^Hlo and iv "tonnjag At the Oval, PlckWlCk are 110 !" rn • %  >• % %  "B P I In ihe limb Singles, Hnals of for the leas of I wickeU in answer Kvelyn, B l^ttanon. O. McLean merhayes Tennis Tourto Comb-ernteieV 185. The hoRH O BaanlBtaT, K luce. BBO I namenl. 1). W Wiles l^-al V II i t might hav to be content Foster. Sty 6—J; 0—4. wBh ksad Itefense Mr. 1'eur l. ninuti'S later. Jl j.oced shot in the Ihe gotil AugliM' the llflh goal atlC across the was rt11 lefi cornei < then BCOrefl Ihe ball wai Thet,' mera. fo a CO10 (ban Sniffle,) COUGH LOZENGES He •omplelel) %  < half bacba at Oabbona %  na ilaM, Abet I bclore thr blow Off Bla I the sixth goal for hli b s a/are u [ollowi Wiraawjrd lilanda: Rlvier.. Balrd. Sandy Drake*. Mclntyn Capt., Andarrson, Auguste, Frankl>n. Moore. WarringU'ii l.lwm. Oueen'-. College: Gibbon-. ,,i %  rlth Ai. ralkalu Alka-Sf.it-! laajredleoti ga*Hfir a< idity BaBSOB .n-alga-aic for aoMliing licsdacne'i. %  Have libs ssWara/ i SXZI %  M-M7-* ssBor %  .ok*. II '* lfa*v r#*g #g"g-e'a/ inn GALVANISED CORIUX-ATKI) SHUTS r, r, ' x 2*> Oanuja GALVANISED NAILS — nil sizes EXI'ANDED METAL SHEETS W. \". 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SATIKI\Y AUGC8T is, m\ BARBADOS ADYtKVATE 1'AXr THKEE Make sure you ask for Sloan's Linmwnt —apply it to your rheumatism—thenpains and You cannot jet anything better for /our funicular pain, than Sloan*. Liniment Simply apply it lightly don't rub —and relief is quick and cert n A toet ran mi 'Ktu'i or M uos omi •( %  !! SLOANS Liniment U.K. Labour Party Gets Ready To Go To Polls RUSSIA WILL NOT SUCCEED -TRUMAN U.S. Iniftorls Lvnn Rum from Jamaira 25 INDONESIA* COMMUNISTS ARRESTED WASHINGTON "Aug 16 Truman Inld a pre*.* %  !. i. he does not believe Russia could succeed in any effort to block the Japanese peace treaty in San Francisco next month Truman also announced that defence parts \vhich thi US. will sign with (he Philippines. Japan. Zealand will fcv *" %  % % % %  *" "i "iv PaciAc what according to the latest ParUiawiittnr opinion Only one % ?S. A """" p '"'' do "' '" man. the Prime Minister Clement Attlee can call a general %  and DC WIM-IV declined to reveal his plans. Indications point to an election m late October, or earlv November, or failini! that next Mav. One Labour Party By DONALD MACKAV LONDON, AuKUst 17 Hi Ham's crippled Labour Party is wheel guru Australia and N lor the general election itself, late trim lall or next Mav S CW B !" ln "> %  ... source luggetted -:t all dependi on how ilunss look at the annual labour Fartv conferences at Scanorough,. aily n Ortubcr If things look bright for the party, then the} may coll a general election, late this fall. Labour Pert* fortunes Just now and 39 1 said Labour, compared are far from bncht. With the wnh 41 K in June overall Parliamentary ii u t Indeterminate facton In %  rnajorlt, „, „,. wh „.„ B roduc.-. British election are Urea. |r %  iZ V, .'"" "V" '?""''"•" Bovenber, mo pollster, gave I S n ""' """'"'•' %  l,v Conservative, a lead of 10 oolnls. %  > II,,,'!,,. ?!" I_ .uul Labourites squeezed into officiant Conservative pupu,„ ,|„February 1950 J The thrc.1 of „e. Anan'"'SiT, N1W ViillK. AUK. It i a lasnorti --I rum from ill countries inowed a might decline m miin %  ,., )9KI ,, compared with IMO, alihoo. there was a sliyht inn"rdtni; to a report mi import toiulillons by Mi. Marry I.HUIIIvnre presldt-nl M National Association ul AlroholuBeverafa Important. %  Thr deeune tlreiy in the fitneiren ruma," be report.. -The total quantity inVOIVI it (or these foreign run ratauveb nnall Opinion li thai i '"> memben of Parl 1. He would "be" most happy to m It".'I'"' ""'" ,""' "V" "' talk with Andrei Oromrke, SSff e !SL2lff i trade, althouifii Jamaica run' ill itilllll.... %  United State-, because of it* special uses perfectly willing to The g*" (^„„i M.^a^i.... Puerto Riean run the United Stateovei the past Truman lold reporters: — gajMral Cfal crisis, due to defiL. Britain's balance of pa>: 4 Party splitting. w i'h the lcflwing rebellion led bv An.urm nev.in. (.rowiny Pressure Under the constitution. UH IlrlUsh labour Government, which squeezed Unk into power with %  seven man majority in February 18*0 has three and a half more years in office. ii m in*; for an early general election however, and even many labour supporters are -tiggesting the election as detench indeterminate inim.. hief of thr Soviet cMvfatlon to the conference before the San Francisco meeting if Oronivko so dram, 2. He have General Mac Art hut speak to the peace •DM mi iv ..ri.iin MarArthur would mnkr address If Invited State Department Thi Pre-iflent however -aid he did not know whether MacArthur will be invited It Is understood, however, that John Foster Bulle* Special An,SSBSi baasador who handled treaty negotiations, asked MacArthu two years, baa benefited the Puerto s ^ ^ 5!f ,l J-'* 1 1 JAKARTA. Au; 16 BV alleged t'ommuncrnmeni in .1 move (0 1 attempted Red uptialrui on IndnBBVWTO* 1 I %  1 two bg* ranking MmMt\ ol 1-abour offtials. live adHon of daily news. and u; left-wlnf %  %  ports and lettert 1 if pll CornitWUuil toiip tiitat throuirhiMit 1 il the m restl wenin IIIM with the reeet.t npriaonmenl <>t Red) In Mad Russia >\ illiiijU To Frhko V Dfed a> Fraan wir I 0 "f the airl.f* ihe Berlin Hd UH A Met attempt to node-inimthe Marsh.ill ITnn hv CmmimM inspired Biaaa itiikaa In Franca and Italj anllaDBad lam mlnouabj The yaanala in 1948 created a large c 1, LB IK I Dalk.111 fnnil Moscow was ntit eve': when aha attagBBtad to axtand b 1 uitluetice by force of :irmv War PI • rpaaoa niied with tha %  expulsion or the <\tmn war In Korea .iv !. aiaaad b) tha 1 with eimimous lotvees tn ConUTVU' I.P. Ricnn rumIndustry considacablv. ,^_ the report continues In the first in four months of this yaaj U s laaporta. of Pneiio Ricao rums six Unies as great as in the iped j buildl: Parti i" addngtrV .Htl to prevani s.ihotage on Inpeieds-noe Day ce-iei.raikraa.— U.P. HARBOUR LOG In Corliile Bay .children 'EM AX eweiy day 01 ndn, fluftgi. 0 they're bound to benefit.: %  %  %  'liu^f. -,':;! eMSkh k>..,.tr ntM n I o • %  '/wvrr v.'.*.*,'.'.*******,'.'*:*.'.;'.*.:'.:-. -,-,•.*.*. ',*, -,•, *, n Korea would undoubted,(, nd. but that MacArthur refused lv boosi Labour's support SENATF. COMMITTEE WILL NOT REPORT ON MACARTHUR INQUIRY WASHINGTON, August 17. The United States Senate Mae Arthur Enquiry Committee voted 20 to 3 today agamst making any Truman said the Philippine liovernment definitely will participate in the San Francisco conference and .sign the JapanCM Itj His statement rame shortly after the United Slates and the PuUpptna Oovaramaola announccd acrcement on a tiew mu1 '.P. "A it'UL lap made in rebuilding consunv 1 Puerto Ru-an rum and 11 the import-nt market for thai pro-f duct winch existed as early .is; t LAUNDRY WORKERS RE-EMPLOYED HMO and because of the last i-hieh destroyed report baa Scnati oq rfa Two Die Suddenly (.LADSTON HAYlfBS a 53two months ^me^ -Seur VSS ^S ?'**"* """*' ^S."^ 1-old labou lied suddenl il Hospital about after he w the samr elif PORT-Or-8PA1M of eei-taJr, aventa during n M ":' •* M"" mpyaaa M th. w; r • %  TrtnMad Ba u. apt* Mm ,10 >inke IMP anaaki aflDaran • tn ployed b) %  %  teraaj OMN rilnj v^ baa the asastt %  nod 1 in plant w p] F-l % %  thai %  %  p> loglaad in thr lanaasju Mnil m ieinr iMaiai %  1 Mined their for employment I %  .< %  iiiiiltHW ill Not .ield To Peru —PRESIDENT PLAZA at the QUITO. Aug. .. President Oalo Plaza addrewaiik 7 L*ll a.m. I5.UO0 Ecuadoreans last nigt>t fol I admitted lowing another patriotic ctvtUai lay. parade In demonstration ol „. m,n,l-,.e. ^^"f %  >, '-"^porters that tha majority feeling A port mortem examinalion port for Government in th. r -r!!?Py m _, was that any report at thi.s lime was performed by Dr. E L. Ward Ecuador-Peru larder .lis,, u t, *J?\ ne? Iir^ 1 ^ P wdom,n ondismtsaal of Oeneral Douglas and an inquiry la to be held besaid: "I swear that for good 0 '"' 1 -'' mwrviitivc haw Mia I y A| !: .., u ,, li; ., „, u r U( ., |tj n ,\ T.,ln:., III, foi triumph 01 delc.it .. %  .... Z!£?tu a *L cl ^"'r" '" ,rl J the bin.-, ...mroveisy at a critics' Anothei peat aaartem exammanwch united th. Oovornmcnl even the somewhat U^tlst weekly period in th. Korean noaie tion was performed by 1>. A S and the people. The Kronoaasst. and th, Uheral Qte -vreaai it c ^ vort ^ loy a> ^ nuU „„,,,,., Several times dui ing th. Noara Chronicle have joined the He .ld that the decision of Mason Hall Street who was ad. President P CeBaarvatlVO chorua The Keono: (1( iiinst a formal report wag tnudo milted to the General Boepltal OH • said recently, "this country ,,„ th* motion of Senator Levelt Thursday night about 8.15 o'clock Tha company will take on addi tionai wortteis aa condlU anna] The nu.nagi aneni it will take %  is now caught up in n new p4'rioi SaJtomUU a (Republican frOm of greater economic stringency. Massachusetts). Hut it It will drift before Uw fgaMHllg elded to let Indivldua] members -vtorm, unless flm, policies, po sill| p a Ktatement Utejtff viean ble only for a strong goveniment to be included in th haaruig whatever iti Party enmpn Lrlumph over anuthe: more prepared, but when nicnt comes Ecuador will not yield to Peru until the last of her men." The President was interrupted by appl. The parade which started at 6.SO p.m. and ended at 8 p.m was orderly. An Ecuador message to Ua Peruvian Government aa %  n tha %  1 An %  1 aiare plainly, even thar to appeal 'o the cl< Ptihlic Opinion The Most reliable poll of public opinion announced %  : News Chranielr gave the I rent lead. Asked who they would VON(OJ j' feneral alectUsaa were held Dorps, Foreign Minister"Jeroriii.i. the pieince of foreign troopa hi "Guayaquil police und ... tomorrow, 49 3. said Conservaliemorino spoke at the aarvtcasl any country conslilute* a threal age was done but Peru had prolive compared with 48 % o, June t jp. ,„ wor ; d pence. — IP for the buudor in l.tm, rnreign ( ho Foreign AfTai funeral services for Chinese Itoops in Japan. said that those i-'; %  inbassador Chen Egypt ha* demanded the evncunbeen puni.'iheit Chleh held here on Friday Chieh tion of British troops from the The attack .. De.m of the Diplomatic Sue? Canal Zone and asserts thai daj_s ago Somebody has to be first!. Vou have only to taste it to know why Black & White keeps growing in popularity. 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I'M.I 1(11 K 11 \RBAIMIS ADVOCATE SATIRIMV. All.l'l I BARBADOS mm t inn < hiii H BrUatMa -On ilia • T;I nhirli i IMI.MI niili %  -Ii nil % %  milvol.li. r v liilnii Is Salurdai. Auiiii-l I". Il MARKETS THE Sanitary CommtnioiMn of Si. nd nine In ur week! tttg Mtablishment of u market are h a wkera would sell fruit and vege%  and so mMM tineoBflsUoil and ..: \ conditions created in some of month the Commissioners eonsidUkd approved of a scheme to convert Temple Yard Into a temporary market and rovkte shelter for such hawkers as • he compelled to go there. At that the Director of Highways & Transport, the Commissioner of Police. the Director ol Medical Sarvieea and the Colonial Bngineei were present and expresses i Thii aad two letters from the DtKCtOt or Highways and Transport and the Commissioner of Police Ooni for the establishment of a market In the Cumberland Square # The Cumberland Square which was originally ail ornamental garden is now used as a parking space for the i about 16 or 20) plying between St. Michael. St. James. St. Peter St. Thomas and St. Lucy. The other portion of the Garden is used as a parking lot for private cars and has the advantage of being the only one of its kind with enough shade from the sun. The only thing to recommend it as a market is that it is only 20 yards away from the Temple Yard which it was decidHHlld make a good temporary market. If the Cumberland Garden is converted into a market it will mean that these 16 'buses and about 60 private cars will have to seek other accommodation already sadly lacking in Bridgetown. It can hardly be conceived that the parking lot for 16 buses each with a capacity of at least 30 passengers should lose its priority to a vegetable market. Bui it toil suggestion fails OH its merits. that for the return to the public market was enough to take one's breath away. Hawkers who .sold fruit, vegetables, provision .mi! %  nything else were allowed, te the provisions of the law to the contrary, to squat in the alleys and on the pavements because the heat generated in the Public Market was such as would endanger the health ol any normal human being within a short [verlod. It will be remembered that the hawkers were not provided with tables or benches and so had to* squat on the cement with their fruit and vegetables while a merciless lu.il. enerated by the sun's rays concentrated through panes of glass let into the galvanised sheeting, dried all the moisture from the fruit and vegetables and sapped the energy ol the sellers. It is true that a few million gallons of rum stored in the market and a cooperage just a few yards away creates a tire hazard good enough to wipe out Bridgetown; but the remedy m this is to remove the cooperage or the ruin. That market 20 years ago was Unproved by luiuls from the United Kingdom and 14.000 of local Government money and its sale as a warehouse to some merchant would provide money for the satabUriunent of a proper bond elsewhere. All these discussions and counter suggestions show a willingness to tinker with the question oi mark.ts. Mr. Mottley made it clear when his motion was discussed for the conversion of Temple Yard that this was not intended as a substitute for the inal proposal for the establishment of ket In Tudor Stoat It is a problem which will have to be I and the sooner the better. Markets must be established where they oiler the nvanience to people whom Ihaft art Intended to serve. Just as the Public Market was established because it was the centre ol the residential area of Swan Street and MUk Market where peopla I over then shops and the Fonlabelle so district markets will have to be supplied as me residential areas spread out. It is useless to tinker with the problem. And The Year Of The M>.\. ML II I Unroll tho map of us You will need It, it you are going to follow, wherever it R Churchill'* greatest thrill, i VOL IV. MIL -.KOMI woiii. WAR.it uiii lead v u. In raei to ih, ends of the earth. Dry opens in New Yaw 1942. Behind u* lie ths Norway, Dssunrs Dsl i Oreo and Crete Psarl Hal ' • Hongkong hai and it's nearly all over %  %  Malaya. You sad with the Msrlni MiZe Madagascar, raid with the Commandos at B) t&S C.nadians Ml Dieppe. With Churchill you meel %  swim. Moloun Ifai .naii. i". %  •%  itandi'. KT Darlan trinnon.'s and artal ai tin .m render of Singapore (80.000 ol war. and the overnight (all of Tobtuk. His }oy at uirt Sulingrad There are at least three tough utT with Mr. Curun '%  i ol Australia pretty oonUnuous rough stuff r?ii Uncle Joe. Through it all the ship drives forward, with the Old Man on the bridge, wrestling the gale BDd m ii And then, L-omes out. Singapore By January 1W2. the Japanese were pressing hard on Johore. the last Slate on the mainland of Malaya. The dosperott Baltic 1.1 uw itivcrs was draining away Dill loiwatu lighting htrengtn. Bvea Singapore itself was not properly prepared for selge. and .Viir.lnii, Inuisclf, generously lakes far more i: .fie blame. II-cbltd Mr. Alt** WaaaJnatoni "if the Iftalaj pen* lasula has been starved rat las eake of i-ioya and Russia, Do one u more resapnalUe than I six weeks later Oensrsl Psretval -without water, food, or ammunition-capitulated in Singapore. Be, in North Africa the si called RonuneJ bad gut among the buds In tho Benghazi Bulge, and Us once more wo were in 11 U boats Still graver matters were at hand. Hitler's U bout Heel wanot yet al the peak •>' its coniruclion or destruction By February, It i nn 301) submarines, and was • inking 400,000 Ions of Allird shipping every month (the sinkings rose to nearly double this figure) Hitler came nearer than the Ks!s*l V throttling the life out of Una idand. And m the East? So far, the J.tpune i' had seized an empire there by never letting their troop" or ships pas* beyond the umbrella of their aircraft, either shore or carrier-based. They planned to make Midway a second Pearl Harbour. So it turned out to be—for the Japanese. The American bombers sank the four enemy Bool I UTi> SfB, and broke for keeps the offensive sea-air power of Japan .ii trie K..i E i i Germany continued to challenge our own in the West IB) II.WK imi N) net the % %  > m t wan wniie are In %  to sea. and the A. tn Aflit.i H/aR IIFldei inli^I,nit attack in y important when %  i own, round Iba Cape, aths Hut to reinfoice ihe devoted garrison ess for long a venturesome affair. atunnanafc was comparable. The figures starkly show what Mr. Churchill colourfully tell ,i tale of merchantman heroism. of Convoy P.Q.17. which sailed frees Icetand to ArchavNaal on JOBS H iW4^. Churchill writes: %  %  %  : %  ] %  >. . I IBd t; bold.Of the 34 ships, 23 wcie tank One of the most melancholy naval episodes of the war." Alamein The Second Front — which S'..ilin never COS "I |fl .i |j I I tarn AJllee — layed in favour of the plan to I.ike the entire North %  hore Winston era this plan was the best, both West and East—for he bad think "f our tenuous life Arabia and Persia to India. At Alamein, in Octol gomery %  -re: "Togethei we will all ihe MX out of North \fnca." he said, and did With B IhOUSSnd gum-. he blasted a hole %  % %  rough. In thn 1 advanced 1,500 :. inpnral. %  1 AiiKlo-A" inj from the West, ihe A HI Africa. i :. %  %  ,..ght our i 'Imeti." Tragedy : Churchill, visiting the Whin House, hears suddenly and utterl> %  t tendered, with 25,00c men He the cs AH RoooavaH say;, i How can I help?" And nobly he helps Hera M Farce, and bedroom %  '. %  from end tn end. prods the bod Itself toi %  %  bedside. He mutt have thought he was at norm. : e trtbuU e ooUeasuaa, both to oln Id politi!>averrrook and Eden. AtttOI A thoughtful :-. n i r eromsi will wan! lo read ihla bOOfc• "The Hi'ipe or FUN .S, World War. fi /V (Cossel 25*. ). 'i imiii'j;*' is \l;ui IF it happened -Cl.>ir,hil1 knew about it. Anything t' .it aflecU-d the life nf the natloi %  : Id draw i .,-i % %  jirolung motives, nit., r %  %  indlni V*i una tv e'nt.iin* the now iamiliar appendix nf these personal o,mutes and tektfi .ms Among them ;— TO Mr Edward Jfnriurs (CIPB Servkr r 8. 1942 X I OK VOI K private Inform*n. I rate Ihe J parity t a m^ti to give a usrful opinion on any qsasfaaa esejaeeted ith war in aosareaaee with the foiinwing three endili€n>: Flnl. eouragn %  nd ability Second, real experltace af Ihe lire. Third, pearetinie >LirI Studies and roulinr promotion. 10 FIXHI ftflnlfler, November 2L 1942: ^1 HOPK it is not true that we %  re enforcing: a whole s,-t ,,r vsxa. isolations of this kiml (about the* ban on the exchange i food). It is absolutely contrary to loik an* Uiiil : per sun may not U with tomoOne who at the mrjiient he fSSIS 'iier need, it itrlkei at neighboutilneei and friendship. ji pn ddeni of the Board of 7v,ide. December s, 1941 # I am lold lh4t thr whole Of the Army have been made to -u in oft their reiElmenUl badre*.. at treat detriment Pi esprd dcorps. As many of thr Midlers paid for these bjd*es ihenutelvro there has been a lot of ditre>> raused Let me know exactly h.i Hie Hoard ol Trade said t the ir (Moot wasah led ihem is thtu step. TO Minister of Agrimlturv or'., IfhttStar, April 19. IS43: a) I understand yon have dtscon t&ued thsm.iii auaai raUon which was allowed to bees, and which In the spring monuu > inn-! important tp Ihetr work throughcut the djos yew Praj let me know ...!' Ina the bees of I i i\ .ile OS | TO Forcifi'i Serrttar Maw lb. 1942; d> The lelerramn *eem to < %  trotting longer and lenfSt Ihe H4te of time and euerm Involved in Ibese lone i .d in;and decoding* i mo>l oerluui*. TO .Sir S, findflei. April 20, 1943. 0 THK nnging of thl belli .summon wotshippsn Bi riescribeo In my answer in Parliament today does not mean that the bells l rung at odd limes for weddings or funerals. TO Secre ta ry of Stole for War. April 17, Hi S3 # rKAV - %  the attuehrd poster iii-u iiniii .1 by the Army Bureau of Current Affair*. The postrr is a dlscracehU libel on the conditions prevailing^ In tireal BrlUin belore thr war It Is a very wrong thins: thai Ihe U n Oltire should be responsible lor sueh ehacierat• rl and distorted propasand .. llie siddiers know their homei are not like that withdraw the poster lorlhwilh —L.K.H. NOBODY'S DIARY Sunday — It seems strange that with all our energies directed towards building up a tourist industry that the authorities have turned a blind eye to an eyesore that El saw on Rock ley Beach this morning. If; nothing is done to stop tins dumping of. huts <>n our benches it is not unlikely that tenantries will soon spring up along our! rnort attractive dbtricta which are our' valuable assets. Monday Thr authentic steel bands—those' that employ petrol drums as musical instruments—have greatly improved, but j there is a new menace, a new type of: Itee) band in which the bandsmen are armed with all types of domestic utensil.-, is springing up. This new type is no! only hard on the ear drums but it is hard on the pots and which were not rnanufactored for this pttrpoee. Tuesday Thruhas been DO Official release from the Oils and Fats Conference but it seems certain that the consumer will bo paying more for the raw products. Wednesday To-day for the first time people in the Eastern Caribbean must have felt that they have a common country of origin. The new West Indian Currency notes in circulation to-day gave them this feeling. The new currency is the first tangible evidence that there is a possibility of federation at some future date and that something besides hot air will he evolved from the numerous con-! ferences. fTuirsfl'ay — To-day we can breathe a sigh of relief; a hurricane is supposed to have passed, us by yesterday. Judging from the notice published it would be difficult to determine exactly the position of this Hurricane -400 miles East South-East of Barbados and 500 miles North-East of Trinidad, ridav — Planters should subsidise all sports tours to the island. When the MCC send I team here or when there is Intercolonial cricket it is a signal for rain. Now it is the turn of the schoolboys' team to bring the rain. NOW OPEN I MODERNISED AND FULLY STOCKED WITH THE FINEST RANGE OF BOOKS 1DVOCATE STATION EH Y JUST mA 11\ I it FRESH STOCKS OF SNOWCEM White. Cream in 56-lh Drums 5 White, Cream, Silver Grey, Terracotta and Blue § in 28-ID Drums. '• WILKINSON ti 11AYNES CO., LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER &. CO. I 'Phones: 4472 & 4678 — BECKWITH STOKES | Land I s k (By K-ONOMISI) The debate in the nOUSS ol Assart My tn connecttjon irlth the plan in uiiii/p :;*( Bcrai i Bgrtcullurul l.uul at Sea well was productive ol intrri-itintt polntl Of vnw from both Government and the opi* s if inn. iSwre was merit bi the conilletlng araumenl txl by the Members who spoke. Three courses suggi-M ii %  %  (l> division uniong a few families seven In all—giving each four .-t; part of M hu n would be re' r a hixise spot and the usual adjuncts, Inctudlna aecomo'laticn tor some livestock; the reraalndar being lovotad I end food crops; (L' i BDMHll a larger mimlK'i tf familiei.ii i one *n"' i divlxton on u housing plan, iu>>' me half acre to eai h, thl nsiunodaUnfl some U famtllee who at prasent nuq >< %  badl] nfl h r h ou s e Biota tmd gardening 1 who. in the in.mi. do* iivi' their tncorne as hired labour u i apa kind or another — land, public wi'iks. skiiii-ii trades at even u Asbennen. in raaard to (l), the Ooveramant plan la to create i etfcentalned unit for eaeh i.imii* *ho would ii^-' entirely on Uw lund, marketing sugar-citne and other produce, with a mpply ol ate for '-timption awell ,i ii i g h i y oonunendable object. Ai'vn, musi be eonvlnced thai toui 1 under norm-il conditions, be adequate to achieve this object, with a reasonable ch And if lUCCesi ltd. ibnllariv io der i when and If available. Undi conditions where most land bj alreest] la • blahlj productWa state and must l %  L nder Ihe scan k > ondlUons grlth bli h the h land b head will prove very difficult to come bj The M ilon gave (real deal ci etudy to tru ufluenclni Ihe existing set-up bare and which centre on the nee I for the highest managerial eftlcieno II i nmra out-turn per unit of land. In the ctrcurnstancee, land values will nlways he high and out nf reach of peasant families not already tn possession Ol small units i.flen acquired .1 lines. The 1 abtala no ctouot influenced those speaker* who argued against Iht 11 inent proposals, however v-.tlu.ihli> these might iundci i uons, in regard l (2), it ts obvious thai one acr:.• enable a peasant boldei to work II adUSly if he has \<> keep %  JCTM Uvostock with erntch to maintain leitili'.'. .it-il UlUS pnl.aUy lo live Ofl Hie production of i sere hi i %  s the most or his Income Uld >till have to coma from ess outside his holding. We suggest, thl ccsnsroml %  h, b> intensive metho-is with speciaUied crops, might sausty imth Govern11 nit and the tlpposition. There i:: great need for Uacreashuj the iroductlon of fii-sli vegetables and may it net be that two acres, mtenstvalr worlted, would provide e •elf-COntaUMd linn t A market for assured, they pall) tjwayj in short Irrrreasasg h %  %  -'i-i Bang Water supply by lorry has ceased and the three Water Tank vehicles stand ready for call in Lorries ease of hurricane. I •. Inking of the new well at Haymans to leigh Reservoir in St. Peter and so •cessity of drawing off the high level main to the detriment of the detinestera ciency area mentioned in the first **uppl> paragraph above, has progressed lo 25 feet, and half of the mile %  nig pipeline has been laid. Unless an unforeseendlttculty crops up. the work should lie completer' iiy the end of December, as desired. El avatton for foundations and basements Is i mplete, most of ihe foundation concrete has been laid and the coral block wall: have started. It has been necessary to bring pressure to bear to get an adequate supply of the blocks of stone. As all subterranean work has been completed In, the well and adit, the shaft has been sealed with a platform about 10 feet below the New Well surface, to prevent debris from al Brlle the pumping station falling down the well and also to prevent conI UuainatJOB of the shed water from above With both the 15diameter main near Collymort Rock, and the 18" diameteT to the west of Waterford. very hard coral ruck is being encountered Progress will remain slow until thai texture has been passed. To relieve the demand on the high level Fort ( %  '..in in the parish of Christ Church. It Is proposed to lay a main llridxrlown from above Drittons Reservoir Suburban along the lop of Rendezvous Ridg*. Itrvrlapment .. %  t'l.mri H.ill as far as Christ Church Parish Church. This should enable the several properties on the lop o. Christ Church Ridge to receive a higher PCeOSUTC and a more reliable supply. Two reconnaissances hove been carried out during the month with the object of circumvent inn the slipping hillside above GlenBeet t'aaal l.urnie below cliff in St John. Supph Further investigation la necei Bars', but il is hoped to run a iio> main along the top of the cliff from Parish Hill near St. John's Church to EdgeclifT. passing Clifton, drop down a steep cliff path with special piping and Join the old main near the parochial boundary between, St. Joseph and St. John. Shouli th prove practicable, it should greatly improv conditions In the lower part of Si Joseph and In St. Andrew, which have a mnre or less precarious %  Upply al present^ due to breaks in the main above Glenburiue. e prominent at the present time from th OFFICE FURNITURE by si>hn sin i no\ mi MASTERFORM DESKS TYPISTS DESKS TYPISTS CHAIRS DESK CHAIRS CUPBOARDS FILING CABINETS (Foolscap) Bridgetown Arterial Main-DA COSTA & CO. LTD. MT'S ill It I AGAi* LIONIDE LEATHER CLOTH l\ A WiDll.W Ql'AUTi 50 INCHES WIDE At S-J..17 pi;lartl. ALSO BIRKMYRE GREEN CANVAS 72 INCHES WIDE At 97.1.1 /„ %  • %  Yard. GREEN WATER-PROOF CANVAS 72 INCHES WIDE At 98.2.1 !>< %  > %  Yard. DA COSTA to CO. I III. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT REAL LUXURY FOODS!! B) GKOEOE MALCOLM rilOMPSON Till i \T< HLR IN Tltl ItVL. n. .i. i>. lauaaer. Mambui llandllon. Ms. Sd. 253 paten HOLDBN CAIILJIKJ) I terrible mess and knows it. He is being kicked %  school for perverse refusal to y effort with studies Rut lhat is only pail of the ) %  %  I. %  who IS IS %  I III%  look like %  lid not 1K> ,. Holoen drink! In his own (promiMns little | %  II novels). ... 1 H Allie (the one thai is essentially fi ^ody could L' about h| own failings (tl e yellow strea'. • so willing io -!e* r, \ %  f. |.. i view. Ile realises thai he isa j>ain to parents and teachers and a bore to his schoolmates But there is nothing he tan do about it That is how tie 11 Terrible. • For example, when he lo*1 the fencing team'.s foils on the sub* was strictly t bnita it. sun • need not have lK>en SO pompous. After all, It had its funny %  Faced with the jwwpei t of expuhnon and a painful Interview with his rather. Hidden derides bool Independ. York What pose of the expedition i•forks out. which is • ir Of him York he tries to drink and to be %  i-ie.it lover. On this leet he his strong opbuoi year-" be ISJfl "I made a rule that I wl i .. %  :. ahb I though the same weal i made %  • ., .I..-." I :.,. %  Baa Is Just sometl don't undes When the lift attendant at the hotel olfer, to Hud him fenude ( Drnpanlonshlp HoldJai 11 is hardly i SUi I I lover wants the girl >o tell him BbOUl her terribly sad life. The girl wants ten dollars < For the lift man. n pots d In my mind. I'm probably the trial %  %  %  He take-. | gnl to :l i %  nd i. terribly rode to hei does not know why But the theatre affei ts bin %  i.u.ceK Of bC s;i\ ~ V.i I didn't like them niuch." (A %  I "They BCt*d more like they a I good, but they were too • II vai H unlei please Mttei %  Hi. much like a goddam general, In. % % %  .•. % %  -.•• iuj %  Holdea de ree-j plays, noi "If an actor act-, it out i listen 1 keep vrorrylnsj about whether he is going to lhln| phoney every miniiP' Hinging people up In the middle of the night, crying, arguing with %  Tl (abOUt what happens lo the birds in Central P a topic nv ddsn-* Insj to taxi-drivers i t(olden %  nds a climax i I A cross-grained, utterly impos.!.]. %  yoang man v^ Itfa .i i pathi ateh out Th. j first novel Is a dial posure of adoi. ieei Tuuchmg end son of way funny. a "i the several Vestries. Very few small diameter pipes are available \dditlonal at the pieseni moment on the Malm and island, but 10 miles ire uiulei sundpniU order and hava l-een expedited. When leceived. they will be laio Ith Ihe proazarnrnee submitted b> %  %  I %  Tho fulli ,;: TEMPTING DELICACIES While Cheddar Cheese Canadian Cheddar OtfctOM 1 lb Blorks i, head ing work has been done under thi* the beginning of the current financial r l-in mams have been laid as follows: — si Mlrhael : Yard Gap. Buah Hall. Kensington Nef Road, Marshall's Road. New Orleans, 8th Avenue, New Orleans. St. Andrew I Church Road. Hillabv St. Thomas: Church Itoad. Hillabv sc John Stewarts Hill New Road St. James; Whappings. %  t Q ee r ae i rseaea VUlage St. LaWV : Crape Hall Village. Josey Hill i Standpipe* fixed on new mains :— 2nd Avenue. Bank Hall. St. Michael Bush Hall (twoSt. Michael Chalky Mount, S: Andrew Court. Chr'M Church. Staple Grove. Christ Church.


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SAT1 RDA1 tUOUSI I BARBADOS AUMK'ATI rxi.i i iv. 95,600 People Register To Vote Eleclional Lists Will Be Revised 76-Year-Old Diva From Shock Death by misadvrnlure was the %  r.ti.t ii'U.iiifd brj .1 miif-n IBB jury when lee Inquiry inlo Ihc .1 \umsUiin. -.iMi.nmliiiK Ihv death >f ?8->ear-old Ida Lavlne A TOTAL of 95.4500 people have registers! mil ( .f ;, total of 102.6-4:? who are qualified to vote, it w:is revealed at th Press Conference yesterday. During the next two months the revision of the Electoral uf'PeWrfcini Land wan concluded iists will take place throughout the island The lists as thev %  *Jfif*te A '•"'"'tt: stand at present wdl shortly be posted in the various disM^LI T' ta l* tricts and ai Post Ofnees and Police Stations. Oaneral Haapita] on tha I ___________^^^_^^_ 1*"'' "' %  %  AugUKt 14 suffering from burns ..nd lor qualified voters and died suddenly on August Il> whosr names have been omltled Dr Browne who performed the will soon be available at Police post mortem examination said that Stations or from the Registering the deceased died from shock Omcers of the Parish brought OB by the extensive burns The report of the Supervising she received. Officer gives the following figures for the list of voters Panama Canal Zone Stamp The Governor of the Canul Zonin replying lo His Excellency's letter of appreciation of the decision u M CLH.I1 EOM Ooeanunant to i.' lai i '.!• lurmni'morata the eontribotloa of West Indian workers to the building of the Panama Canal, has stated that these workers richly deserve ihe honours which are being extended to them. The Governor of tindual EOM quoted figures to show that more than 30,000 contract labour%  v M ere brought to the Isthmus by the Isthmian Canal Commission between 1904 1914, of whom approximately two-thirds were recruited in Barbados. First witness called was 1 Edna Husbands who said that she used to live with the deceased m the ...< asftsMS T.ui M|m(1 hou#c 0n lne mRnt „, August 14 about 9 30 o'clock she heard 'he deceased shout "Edna help me." On itmniiiK to her bedroom she saw that the dress she was wearing was ablare and a lamp without a shade was on the itoor of the room. She (Husbands) shouted for the neighbours who came and assisted In putting out the lire Tin deTDII new loo IM.MS ceased was taken to the Hospital —— later lite same night. On Augusl Of the total regisUrcd 40.48b or lti .he identified her body in Dr 12-; .,! %  inn: iind 5i,114 or M'„ Browne who oer formed the p""! %  ro women Hcfusals are 1 4 or ma ntm. examination. J6% men and 4,54" or 64 Tyrell Yard, a 32-year-old seawomen. man of Peterkms Land said that he helped in putting out the fli son SM • *tt SI. MllWrl a.aa >SU is tot 11*11 jtj .Mm -. Ma *ii HI Jot41W 11* 4.MS 3.Ml S*4 i*' it Thwui 4.114 St? 4.*>1 Si JIIWS .io as S.0M SI Andir 3.Mt SM JJ* •1 Prln. M *,' 4.111 i .. Jl 1W . ,„ nvc .lislH.ls only jc pcreon JJ h *„„„ „f lh(1 dccM!cd Belli the respective district retuM or e he enl lo the house he henrd to r.-smer while the highest ^ Mnt „, ou ..^ Ml numl>er of refusals in any one disIC4, though the highest Hazlewood Installed someone shout house on Are." While he percentage of refusals to electors lhp dc ,^ JM „ fcil> lna FldM in one district was 31 M.I.KIW had thrown acid on her The Registration Districts show %  (lliuut hl% bH.wn I 00O-I 10O \MT* Uw >w1>*n SOI I* 00 %  -, aoiaw .. Tbo Kev. Gordon Vivian Elton ' "• I, U A. .... yagtarday '* Instituted, imimted and installed Dean of St. Michael's Cathedral and Rector of the parish of St. Michael at St. Mlchaot'i CathoOral A l.i 4 the laity including His Excellency iliv OOVenior Sir Alfred Savage and lr Her. therefore She Shall Nobe Moved. God Shall Help Her in I Rial •tight Early"—ha asfctd Iba lalt) to give their every support to th^ hew Dean and lo remembei htm In their prayers. Husbands had thrown acid on her and put her on fire. When he went In the house the back of the house was on flre and he threw a bucket of water on the blaze. Some of the tlrr went out. but the clothes of the deceased were burning. Boarding And Lodging Suit if Doris Christian of Halls Road Can pay Court of Error and other costs before next Frfduv, a case in which Judge J. W. H Chrnery UM A i-tant Court of Appeal gave judgement against her will be sent back to be tried. This was the ruling of The Honourable the Chief Judge, Sir Allan Colly more yesierdav in tf.e Court of Error when Christian's appeal was heard Hawkers Prefer Market In Prince Wm Henry Street THE MAJORITY of hawkers interviewed by the Advocate vesterdav said that they would prefer a market built for them at the open spot at Prince William Henry Streetopposite Messrs. DaCosta A: Co., Ltd. Some felt that tnia market would only be able to accommodateI lew hundred and to relieve the conation, a second market should Inbuilt at the Cumberland Square. A few hawkers (torn St. Thomas was gwng lo provide van* to coi would like the market built at the vey our bugs and baskets Then corner of Buttla street on a spot and oni> then could the market % % %  ,. % % % %  I C Hills building now be placed at some-out-of-ih. stands They laid it would suit wa >* ""'.. „ „ them v-ry much. Another hawker Should He In One Area tl this spot would tM m an Delcina Robinson, a vendor of already congested area Tudor Street, said. "I prefer The* Uroad Street hawkers, as Temple Yard or Cumtwrlnnd iv.1l %  -. those in nlte.VK between Square. After the people are acroad and Swan Streets, are in cv'omed foing down to th" 10/' For Assauit %  t favour of 'he site at Prince Wiland ilsh Tnarket so why make liam Henrv Street. Uiem go up to a fruit and vegetable market. If all the markets Central Spu; are doa to each other within an Nicey Bellamy, wno has been n(>ur the housewife could cornselling in Broaa Street for over p^. n(>r shopping It p 30 years, said: "A market at tense carrying the Market to the ITince William Henry Street is Highways and Tr UM typt of market we would like. William Henry Street sites Judgment had previously been u is a central spot. I have already Another vendor who sells t her when she did i 0 id some of my customers that it j tmC s Street, when approached mg McDonald Jack: SUGAR SHIP LEAVES SPEIGIITSTOWN Health Centre Goe* //* 4/ Arlington Tn HAKRISON I.IM:K U fl I %  !• %  — %  took suxar from SpeiKhistown and SllMDtn'l uigW bonds except !4 baa wtin: it CtlM U*Nt Wtflk-^nd for the I'.K She will intt e las; shin i.> call 11 Spetghlstou, n for su?ar this vear The suie.mau %  rrlTBd at Spe, Baturday morning urban she began to lo.id, Bnd %  %  I 'tin ihippod from that port thai f—x Of the load taken by Ul • Stalesm*n. \1c*srs PlsntaUOflfcl Lttl lupix-d M R \ KAMSIV Michael Simmons :t 1 in Uw K i Club Tobli T-nii | on WadiMBaa] nlghl i<> btoom %  i ,i.' champion Ro a %  > pro %  an ta d with the Silver Challangi (.up Ban Dlaokman carrtod oil in. w ilasx trophy by defeating Uonal Rogui '•* 8 ooraa m the datura Ramgay v Simmons were L'l 17 2J—30; 11 -—21: 14—21, 21 — 17. R AIN FELL In Speightstown Bah up to Thursday. Rainfall returiM Bl Du> police Station raeon runnin OUT T1US OUT It wu pointed out I Un ColvnUI Nrcrrlary al Yesterdays I'i.-.* Conference that these hints on what to do before and after a hurrlcanr would be useful to householders. 1 Make sure you are acquainted with the warning altnal*. and that you know whs U In charge of hurricane n-lni In your district. If yoo dont know this, nukr enquiry at the nearest police station. 2 See that Uie fasteninc* "l doors and window* are seeurr. 3 If you have hurrlcanr thulter* be reruln thai they Mill tn .,,,1 have n.t warped. 4 Have rrady a small supply of tinned milk and tinned food AS emergency radons. i Keep hurricane lanterns filled with kerosene. After a Hurricane Warnlni 1 l>.. not ru*h to the tele(ihnii. and start rlnslne all your friends by MI IIOMIK Mm may prevent an mux.H mi i.it.,1, communication from celtlnc through. 2 Draw off some water into dear receptacles lor drinking: thul. fasten and barricade doors ami windows aa much as poftalblr. 3. I'.u, k.-is or a and ill help to put out Ares. I Take cover in as secure a shelter as posslhlc After a Hurricane: 1 Never drink water without bollln 2 Do not rrowd round relief centres unnecessarily. .1 Do nut iu sight seeing 4 Even If you are allghl't Injured It Is as well to hi %  i.. ul.:,.i a g a I D i I t run us. 5 I>o your best to helu th* Relief Organisation. Girls* Club To Bo Opened l / II I > / 7,7 / .. 10 ItCOtt verted into a Ourta* Cluh. This; is onisCluh, which wilt uI in tinIslaml. Mill in ii August 27 HOW being cull-.". C'onnrll of % %  %  Colonel MM I i ol PttUea i iic %  f th. Barhailos Ito.s' .mi i. i! ciuii-. arhieJO DO* nui Hill Itaii on Septenitiei I %  The appaal taki %  raffM Th katg • ill dollar each and tbi r it Priii ICI i %  ram; fourth petaa—sewing ma. j i linnand nfth prlag i bkyelc" Mi^.ini it kg bopi itai i %  li %  doltai to .i ." %  i" % %  rhaas i hiba m oan a lot u the boys and girls who UBB then Bnd peovlda % %  baaltlq itmotphen for them in thotl The banaAta ol lb in years to come." Tha marnoara "f tha Raj Buraot Club now have m quantity oil trays for sale. At the other ctubl | the boys also make Ht %  i are sold and a percentage gi>c I to the bO) and a pern NO FLEAS ON THIS DOG.. \ • H.i.n.l wnuw j •a is'1 "* 'Loraxana' 11 r i P puran H n t i.1 p ta I ilfet i ps-sis on datnastie Bnamab and poukr] It pataaanl and noo>Jrritanl to animal 01 inci / %  j raaarasasf awaaHi aai %  4Ja* .1 pacimv a/ "*• jiissawu asm! KdiPhannary vain \\ iiis SIIOH ., imltiM CoaJUstk Pa ih> lacond Unw In auc censive yeors, the drug hlMlnH of MI'SM Bruce Raffbadjoi Pharmac) nai won UM drug Ma urlndon dlsplaj 1 anpaUtlon dui %  Phan I) Week, staged by rnacaotkal BncMt] ol ri.L weak Week for toll In.' City Pharmacy gained ind Mr. C. Corlton tort thin ri 1* liragag arara Mi H Oran R \ J.i. k ,III.I Mi Rverton WUluuna Tonight .1 %  OCtal will !> %  • hel.l ,i'. Oueen'a Park fa the Btemben ol %  %  Ibati inonii'.. bringing l*harmac> 11 and RosUNDaal Kcoiiomic < OllllllilltT PHI Raaetrttva Commltteo ol tha Regional Reonomfc Committaa Monday, Augn-t -!Hth Tha lull Cotnmlitaa avill meet on Wednesday. August ttnd Tha ll.11 bados I)eleg.iti.Mi will OOtMUl ol Mi (i. 11 Adams, lie P and the following adi Mi Honourabla Bit John Baint, K' Tha 11 urabla H. A ink.-. v 11 K M L C Tha Honourabh K It Hume. M I. ( Mr l> (1 Jni Captain c,. j. Bryan, M C Acting Financial Sl'lllUll) The purpose of the meeting is I., i oii-nlrr (he report of the Trade Justices C. L. Taylor and If A Vaughun sitting in th. runaatani l.M Incna Court of Appi-ai raaharda] vark t Tha ..huh United Kingdom Deles atlj % %  ..ii.ul.i MM raa nort K nr rtine^ '' \[^V u n nf !" W hh| l' •* Wednesdaj when 1 70 mrli .port or prince c w Hudder who fined Daphnay (lljMIIK „„ da) not attend the healing of the after many adjoummtfi'.! The case was 0M S.I-..., Hall of King William Street, Baidgatown, cuuned CM for boarding and lodging three of Christian'! children worn July l, 1M9 to April 30. 195v tl 12 per dayThe boarding and lodging of the children was alleged to have oeCUrred when Doris Christian was 111. There were a boy and two girls. Christian is an Antiguan. M. J E, T Brancker appeared for Sylvia Hall and Mr. J. S B. ]i BI for Christian. ChriaUaD told the Court that she did not attend 'he court when judgment was given against her because she was ill. On one of the is likely that I will have to removu hv I.. Temple Yard. They replied i PSS KniKht of Christ Church 25 BBd 2/costs for assaulting and beat" ,' _,. n of Matchg '""' 'in M hi %  Thurad reporter, said: "I am namen€ | d s phihp. iv tnia*. .-.. —w --r-— ie. In mv opinion there should nlffifj that it would be very inconvenient p,. ,h r ee markets. One id Prince Their llonou .or them-My customers would like u/illiam Henrv Street, the other lo pay u tint M 10 fa IM William Hann Sin-el. With ,^t the Highways and Transport offence which was commlttl M a roof and sUlls laid out that site .-it,. j, f ,d 'he list either t CumMay 5 1951. would make a beautiful market." hcrland Square or Temple Yard. Olive Blackman. another if one market is built It Is not Ihe decision of Mr Hud*ervho Broad Street vendor for over 25 Enin8 t0 accommodate all the venJned ^kman iu/for BBBBI years, is also in favour of the dors in Bridgatown Instead Prince William Henry Street talk'tntf about building one whv site. "We have already made not tulk about two or three a good name for ourselves In %  %  this area: so why remove us to *, r% • j Temple Yard' If I am removed t*OCOa WBTYHtCGU to that spot I feel that I would r lose some of my customers ReHi, Worship Mr. H A. Talma, move us to Prince William HenPolice Magistrate of District "A" ry Street site and we shall be yesterday fined Mrs Philin Clalloquite satisfied." way of the Ivy. St Michael £3 for Nicey Belgrave. who for the past contravening the Price Control occasions when it was adjourned 30 years has been selling at Luke".i Order on July 5. 1951 letter stating she was Alley, to Broad Street side, said She appealed against the deA market on the Prince William clrlon. Mrs Galloway offer >d for Henry Street site would accomsale a quarter pound tin of Fry'i modate about two or three hunCocoa at 27 cents while the circd hawkers. It would hold all dule price Is 26 cents the hawkers from Broad Street. Swan Street, the adjoining alleys 1 and surrounding districts. It would be sanitary would b*i airy and 1 doubt very much that It The Barbados Nurses' Asaodawould aooll the surrounding Uon collected $490.64 at their anscenerv Take us to the Prince nual Flag Day which was run on William Henry Street site and are August 3. That amount WU more 111 ha satUflad." than last years M84 .3 and 1949 I Martha Ward of Hillaby. St. $386 34. but tl.<..ll>.tmri has ,.1 Thomas, has been selling at the 0 previous uccaaiun reached the ufand beating Knight on the she sent u 111 and she subsequently heard that the case was adjourned until June 3. June 3 however, happened to be a Sunday. It was after six adjournments that Judge Chenery gave his judgment cheT?B.\.A. Collecl SiW SIR CLEMENT MALONE GRANTED TIME EXTENSION Sir Clement Malono, who car_ ried out an investigation in conorilCr ^ j, iin ,^ street for manv *"00 mark, neetlon with the Prince.s Ah %  .. shy 1||lK „ vcrv ( „, IV .*HThe first Hag Ha Playing Field, reported that owing #n (Q M „ here to the Enquiry which he undeitook ;:• Antigua at the request ol Prefer Stittle Street the Governor nf the Leewaid Sne Mld uj ^ff,^ to.town four Islands, he would be unable to or lv( umw a wcck ^ ^11. On ubmit'his Report to His ExcelllMr i v ,\,. It .k-<1 Ihrreby enaorlns Ovenfrrihnes* rlfht up to ihe time u naeaea you. /~SK FOR: CRAWFORD'S SWEET H/SCUnS % %  • % %  "BEST RY TASTE" <|''. CAPACITY PITTED WITH ___ SEAMLESS BRASS PAN, COM\7Q AA •I.KTF WITH WBIOMTS **#.tt KITCHEN SCALES .-lh CAPACITY WITH STRONG SEAMLESS TIN PAN COMPLETE SLQ ^Q WITH WEKillTS • r.JJ ll %  /. I,„I,I 1,1 r,,,. Stmett ts. MESH WIRE AssulL'il wiilllis uncl '.I. 11 sis 1 • ll") l..i I'l.-li Poll BtoUl Win'—llnnily (Siilvnimril HARDBOARD TERMITE PROOF WOOD SUBSTITUTE :l/lli" thick Shrrls: I x II. S. Ill, li Irrl %  thick Sli.-.ls: I X uml III led. EXPANDED METAL IN NIIKKTS I v N'—ASSORTED MBflH Sizes: From j to 2 ncross UROWMl imrl uf diamond shaped mesh. I 1 rou WILL ram OUR PRICES TO BE MOT Ml HI Ll COMPI TITIVl: BUT DEHMTKI.Y ADVAMTAOEOUS YOUR ENQUOUBS Wll.l. Ill: APPRECIATED, HARRISON'S Hardwnrc Dept. Tel 2364 [ TODAYS SPECIAL DELIGHTFUL AND DELICIOUS PRUNE CREAMS — AT — I IMIOHNIX SODA rOlMAlN RECENTLY ARRIVED! EARTHENWARE in Tl K|i nisi ud WHITE BEAM and WHITE CREAM "iili FLORAL PATTBRNS PLAIN WHITE Kjih Ptete Priced SciiTiiii'lv — Tim-, in. tkiii.: RcplacraM nil EMS CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, 11, 12. 13, Broad Street



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7. PAGE MX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATVROAT, VI f.l SI 1*. 151 HENRY ,__^—-^" f7? '^^tr^rj BY CARL ANDERSON TAKE YOUR FOOT OP* "Tl THE SCALE HENBV MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY 5 TO r-_^5 I -__ 3~~: : \\ oO N*J —o Be ~-c Ji soggv. 1 N\=iNES,3-OST --T... JT,s J-OSTI 1HS|,.„I ), I J^\sE gg ?^JT | <* E ei I W-N... vj ; ) —, '— 1 \.ulf> DD.T,,V L *f.m41wtn and •null •IsaTliM Hearf Trouble Caused by High Blood Pressure %  i .mil I-., k of I tad and at%  • %  %  %  %  %  .... %  %  ,, far from poor '> %  !. %  i worry and %  by IIWii 1 Pr Thai I* n IUWIV Uwi oauata tm< | %  tliaa t-atn-f-r, I • %  #ndaaf*r.d > ibla it a lairalyilr irtrok>-, and you abould m T one*. Tha vary Hrat floif of No*co vi. a n< *madlcaldlacovary. n-durt:ill'Kh BI


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SATl'RD \ M i I -i BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'AC.I CLASSIFIED ADS. !•! in ii SALES urn RENT 'in'-(Hi nea ad IS aad 11 %  immbr of worda up to . and run SALS REAL ESTATE IIOVSES IN Ml MIIWXM AUTOMOTIVE %  u < Leo %  i % %  '.II •* %  .! a c o M XdMR pitced "* %  ma n uaa si-m III il u a-aa BBARJZB I 1 %  %  i panad i Model in poled >. sine, paint upiwiiWfy and : M Ming C 81 II 1 IT I 91—sn That -err domble buaineta praniltrt kiown aa No n Swan Itr.-ct occupying %  comer a-le and atandmg an BIO aq.iaie Mr r • H nit* prii mill llat • i 1 p m al the <.* %  ..-e ,.( il,. i lUaralgnru .MIHIMITON A ItfcALY It I SI IJ-i %  ml Aq.i-.ts: Club* All mi... App.. on premleea S • M-ll MAfiwiN Murill Road, from kpt r /..drru. I IW1 Blur iln> T'i' IAN It top Mil s Bg, %  L.f I.I,.I M..i.cll IIXM. n*iuc i %  DArti A %  MU KM l*ne> i a M %  • noofttvu.T i=.|.hn) Frigldair .-1 **a-bathlng f *aw Phono TSBt NOTICK 1M M.Waj Veoaei VMMT t-*I>\ • raapoNMPI* lor am a-ai r dcota con IB* crew ilnnni r,i IUV u BARBADOS TURF CLUB PAYMENT OF PRIZES i p I'ail-Mutuel and Forecast CniBpaUtaon Pi ./• % %  Hill be paid CHI JI.-I < %  M bint. and Serial Prior* or. and from Mond.iy 27th instant Payment will IT from 12 0< noon to 300 p.m. daily. G. A LEWIS. Secretary. 178.51—2n 1.101 OR I l< 1 \M NOTICI GOVERNMENT NOTICE Cata i sarap *i.e.i %  %  o M A A C fBBtilNALD li.-a m Appl — nl %  rod Hal* Dial liU M .g.i. i!_.... Ihree l| DUM | %  llOHrtt !.| i>r>r *nd will not br long lime >e* DArt. A S..MI Dial JTU tm n : tar N -i AvaOahta tat %  September IB a M— so mourn i It-itlne. I .r.nln I CAB 1*4* K-l.cr *-.-)., >! %  laps FORT ROYAL %  4*4 II I SI -*n IM1 Model in good i.i vrn good Dial IS S Jl -Jn Mi If %  lit OR FXCHANGE O. no. nl. Guirn, en liable ).. n>h f,it llv l>|-ll,l • •mallor -on aaai pi tricrplioauil *rl ( i. M opportiml adraaiai 1 .. d tl r. ugh AarnK B4 m dul. i %  si-iJn %  %  Mm AC" %  .; ..i VBARD %  Jamo> airool Hill III TIIK CAMP On ih. !Wa. sx lj.wror.ro F.-.lv brruli-d Dial I3&1 Mm ii" Tin; cilXN IH Law Irom I %  .til Sljliei, Waeaoi ii a) ,IXMIIMI;MI:^IS ASrHO C..1H" and Ru b.iMia bipaor Cjvlo ToloplH-no sm. IS I 51 in I 111 TBICAL n \IIH-.I Bl Ml( Hummer Day* on %  %  -. > M MADE i Bnqjlrlo* lo D M Sllnarr.ren.da M81 T^n 60VERNHENT Mil HI Attention If drawn to the DeI ntrol of Drug and Patent .nid Proprietiuy Medicine Pric Orttor, 11.51. No 14 which will bpuUlalMd in thl-n impound .%  : "A" laml Kaplan Mart and on Li--..: i %  Antl i \. kn Si ,,|. I' Pnlatol-philu 'PaJatol-compound I • pound I front i ted Klnirdoml. i.i-i-ini(from United tUngdom) ..'^an I'..IV'..MH Cai datoUd in tin tv rrom tba Dofance (Control i -i Order 1951. N 1 17 8 51—1 1WNS .'lima: and Doalt ana n>-d* and keep ro.il VTI Da Cnta A I' Llnlriral Depl II S SI n AUCTION I'MiKK Till; KII.VKK HAMMER U I -I (.AH ft. roeommondalion „f Uo>da Agent• I Kill 1011 mi FRtnAY '"e ITIfi |D1 %  • Dark CrviUI Sugar I'RNDUItli linn %  i w Airnsi ain W.i II F.I. I' MitTRiflanvipjuM nnMid i Irumni Mathtnea. IIOIU. neel.. Blurt*. Collar*. Dtoaar. a DM Imiirr Dial 3*11. Da Cmla & Co. Ltd Electrical Dopt II I SI -In I l.li IKK -1 MINI! M\( MINI Trie all Electric Machine thai make. Se iM and Darnina ra.v Dial 3171 Di i-.-ta A % %  i II Dcpt ii a si -ar I Tradort t.id 11.Manmnf Co Ltd Si.,-1 HldK llcihoad S P Miiaon Hon A CO II,.dr.%  ... ItKWhli: TROTMAN ft VO. \li' til.Ill ITi:\OKR TIIK DIAMOND II \ MM Kit i MAY*: ran kaatnactMl b^ u, ...... I Hoau. It.. COMPANION lor middle ..gr la Good acrom modal ion in pi.-..nut i tM Apply: p O Boa 143 It I Bl I I MIS< -FLI.ANKOl'S OOW • 'I'Tli.llLMull On. t. cu II 12 o'clock noon on Friday. Auguit ll*t IfcSI fur repaira lo the St. aaatthewi' t"li;ipol H...I In PtaaWdaaaaa with a iperl. I .-lion which can be aeon on appUoBllon i.. ihl. OfBre The Cliurehwarden don not bind hlmaeiT to acropt tba towawt or any lander and Ulo penon or Firm whoaa tender mbo MVaatq itaUot their wiiiman. C.pt aurrlvihlp for the aallalai Inr. m lormanca of the work rKKD J ASHHV Chur.hBi.rd. Pur<--hial n RniUlelown MISCELI^NKOIS Shopplna Centt TAKE NOTICE K-Uk 31 Aa New. price i dollara Tilt. K-ighta Lid ;itr Pharmacy. II I Si T T N Da@QDS[l DRUHS Fltf. empt,drumo at t>l SO each Apply II II M.tA Co. Ltd IM-i SCOT i. II M .. "KaDUE" COS Fire I'jun tful.hr ri %  $T0 OP each Modal i'.i w i rh Dial *J7 T Grddci Oranl. Ltd 11 1 II -In NOTICE RARnAIXlS IN THE A —l-t *M I Ol HI III Al-I'l M. Re Harknea anpeB.uaIIen Aet. 1X1 Notue la haraby iiacai Ik %  • Uaau Gnodliig. an Enainoer. furmerly roai.ling at FalrvMw. Chrut Church, died aa a [ reault ol Injunea %  ualalnod when he loll Irom a ladder during hla employ at Roberta* Manuiarliirinf Co Lai., Bay Muli.iel and that comptnaation hag boon paid Into Court All dependanta of Ihe above-named A Ionia Goodlna idecea*edi are hereby requratrd i appear at the AaalaUnl Court ol Appeal on Wcdneaday the and rlav of Aunuat. IPSI. at 10 o'clock a Rl thtled thia 21th day nf July IPSI A W IIAHI'II* Clerk. Aaal.at-.tit Court of Appeal J nn^ni . Duck* < FRANCIS rilWAItll ( IIAK, Deceaaed NOTICI IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal Knight %  Ltd reaTal Thai GINF.lt AIPOOtW CORPOIUATtON, a corporation orKanUad and ...-tiT-.aunder Ihe i-w. of I Iliaare, L'nllad Slatea ot A-H.-IKI v > %  tiad' ' buiineaa addrCM U HO rorl KM V..I. InMO SUtr. Of America. Manufacturer., raa applied for the rettaf~ n* in l*"' "A !" "' In rcapect of tea and enffee. oa-a -. | -lor the aame art. th (torn the I<*lh day of Auui ir pern .hall Bl BM ni. a. in duplicate to me i %  %  ...... in he r.ti n %  Urfl lib da>' ••*';• %  %  Regl.l H IW II.IJAM-S ; %  -l. H -%  Ifl I M—3r i 10-DAVS NEWS FIASH j; Cut Sujar llamlliiMik I, tManual for Cono B.,H IT H K Jr t I Mmg 1 U B SPaWCKR%  "<* MF-^Hl atii aaJIIKm, lloviaeo I %  :: ;' t; i. ned at s t nV!n.r. anjoaj and bRf1l %  uour uvefc-endJ and \ td.--itl* Auiuat |e aome petaon .hall In the %  ,. pf ..ppoa.tior. ol .uCh iegl.1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  RATES OF EXCHANGE i ia A en n Cheque. .,n | ... ai 4 10 %  P Demand Dram Nl ti'. pr Siarhi Draft. Cl 1 io P ' .„ ,-. „ ..| 11., pr. Currency *• "; P -,. ll I io-. p To-Davs (i. A. Sunt; ^ "I Love You". . I love you I do." Thai** what every woman iay when she iee the modern Gai Cooker! i ci Jlth day of April mi a tmm loqulrea to .end partirular. of their cUim. duly alteaied Xthe underaigned Mra Nlta McLean Harvey Read the qualified eKerulrlx of the decaaard in cara ol Maaara R S Nlrholl. Co Roebuck Streat. Bridgetown. Solldtor* on or before the fifteenth day o' September IBM. after which date I %  hall proceed to dl.lrlbiile the alaetl (rl I among the partlea .ntitled thereto having regard only lo a.ich aMBM pf which 1 ahall then have had notice %  nd lhat 1 will not be liable for the v part thereof *o di.tni.ijt.-i to any peraon ot whote debt or i-latm I (hall not then have had notice All peraon. Indebted lo the -.it -lil. are requerted lo -etlle th-ir ,ndebtodi-a. without delay Dated. Ilila ath day nf Julv. IBM (VITA fete IF-AN HARVEY READ Qualified Eeciitrn ol the i I """" "*"*' Cn " -:. {Christian Scienw \ Pleading Room > 1ST FLOOR, BOWBN At BOKS k | mroad Sire, li I I Hour. 10 a m 2pm A Tuoadava. Wtdneada> i. Frkdnv-. %  § 10 am U oclock Saturd." f •J At thl* Room Ihe Bibla and a. I the Chilalian Science te.l-boo* %  Srienee and Health with e% U Bthe Scripture. b> MAHV BAKEll k. < EDDY may be read, borroa-ac 1 %  or purchoaad VISITORS ARK WVLCOBU | ^'eVe'e*e'e'e-,-,V*.'e---.'e------'''''''-';. i; ilndrr the ausplrra nf the j > Leeward v— %  %  '.of ; J* ( uliur^l BaaaaSHHl | A LECTURE v — will be given by — I Mr MONH. Ill T< HIS^liN S (Librarian, House .,f At-^ ly, Author >f "Behind ; I The Mace") I ~lit CONKAD KI.Hlhi S At the WEIOHT8TOWN I.IRKARY N MONI'W August 20th .* illpm 5 VOI ARE (ORDIAI.LV . INVIII l •I 17 8 51 In. V*-',*e'e*.*,'e'e*-'e'e*-'-'-'--.'-'''GOVKIt.VMEM ,\0TI(F JAMAICA t.OVI KNMI NI KAII.U 11 Application faff I'oal of DraughUman-Surveyor • oral ara invited from cjualiiied paaTBOTil no4 OTOff the age nf 45 years, for the pensionable' post of Draughtsman-Surveyor ID the Combtaad Engineer Inn (Civil A Mech.iiK.iil) Ol the Jamaica Government Minlway. J Aj.|ilu;iiits should be abU %  i prapan ipadiVailOfBl for rjuUdUVgl and other EnginceritiK Works. BuparvtM the nctual on or rnlnoi Ennineerii.i; Works, and carry mil levelling and surveying, and should be iii.iliii.-il ..mi experienced U i Mechanlcal Dr.iwim: BBd design BIK! be able lo pi. cfianical spechlcnllons 3. The Hilary Is In the iciile i: 7H5 a year rising by increment Of 125 to £920 a year. The maximum salary may be offered to •> suitable candidate. The appointment will be subject to the (Kissing of the pfi medical examination as to physical fitness and will bfl 00 prabatlOfl ; %  %  4. Applications in wntmr stating qualifications and BXparl ltd DB BddraBB B d t.i rn Oerraral Manager. Jam.i.i i Q %  : i Railwaj. and til bt eaivad up t<. dia 16th of s. pu i U-r. 1951. (Sgcl.) E HAMILTON. Acting Cranaral Uanaaar. 18851-tO TAKE NOTICE POST TOASTIES Tfeat l.l-NKKAl I' M ,l.v C i miBe Wi.r... ADVERTISE' GOVERNMENT NOTICES VI \r.K\\OKKS llll'AKTMENr I'WMIM OF HATER RATES i ratoi in raasacl of the .ui.iitei ending 3o:h B> 1951. .-He hei\'by notnicd Ui.H unless ; I lest* tales are paid on or bafOri the 3IM of August. 1951. e Department, as authorised by Mition 48 of the Waterworks Act 1.HB5-1, may stop the •ratal from flowing into the premises in ; %  rattan aueta ratoi ua •Hhtr by nitUnfl off the |:ipe to such permlses. or by such ttiev may Hunk fit, and .ke I'UH'cedinKK IO ree.ivei ,,u\ iimounl due. 12.8.51—3n LISTS OK I III TORS AS and when Hie LBM .iiiblishe.l In with icctean ii of tinBpada . \ I i A.t. IMI, a b .if these eli.l.ii.il lists will h M.ill.ii.le (.i| •..!. ..1 ': ing prices;— A land *30 (HI St. Michael (excluding Btoam) %  hurch r.o Hemainmn ..nisiiimn 2 4i aach Individual .iistru t N Anplicatninv IhOuld DC the Qoionlal s. ratan M\IKs|n M ( VMItKllif.l Mil \l RXAIfllNATIOrag -lMM \ 11 OYEUI \-> -i in MII ii .inn \u BXAMINATtON All |%  %  %  (ill i 01 .111 .ill! I BUUM rtattJ candidates who will be ination in Deo %  Th.it Then i-.-< %  not qualify thaan t-> ra-antai In IN I 1951 but who an raol I a Dora %  %  i95i tniut flr.^r %  %  %  %  %  %  lion lo %  if the llirih 11 i, %  9th August : SHIPPING NOTICES /I .1 .Nil I IM tri'LII ATIONS in.m Sanitary Inapeelars and Ke'lslered Nuraes lllosplUI Trained) for Course of Trainmr at the 1'iiblir llr.ilth Training Centre In Jamalei. Applications arc Invited from Sanitary Inspectors and I!, Nurses (Hospital trained! who are willing to he MM vanced courses which are expected to last alioul eleven and ton respectively at the Public Health Centre in Jamaica Applicants should apply In writing ln-fore Ihe 20th August lO the Director of Mi-.in al Seivm OovarTUnanl lluilding'The Wharf, and a full curriculum vilae %  nmtld bl in. hide.I in the application. The scholarships for these COUrMB, if 10011 vide:— (a) Free air passage to and from Jamai. a (b) Subflsti'tice allowanre at the rate of $4 80 per night. 1. married, or $2.40 per night, If single (c) Travelling expenses in Jamaica at the rate of $14 4i> | %  month (d) Contingencies at the rate nf $4 80 par iiimith 3. The scholarships win only be granted on the (olkrwll dltions la) That the Commissioners of Health agn. tn pa\ t. th. officer, oil or hei -,dai> while absent 00 stud.' leave, where Ihe %  ppllconl i •mplOfOd '" UK '' missioi.. i (h) That the officer seUeted agrees to entet a DOOd 10 continue in tin-crvit'e ul the liiiiiliiivsniii.i 01 other body or Board in the Island traMN function is ti administer Public Health 4 8 51 -3n. TAKE NOTICE GRAPE-NUTS That OaWCKAI. FOOIaS CORPOHATIcIN .. .ory.i.i under the Uwa of the Stale of Dela-.n. I lad Btal I %  'ddraaa I. BO Park Avenue. Now York Now VotB Amanro, felanufacturets. ha. applied for thiegi.in.tion of a t "A .f lie*inter In reaped of cereal fooda. and -ill ba alter one month Irom lit* lath day ot A.aguai IPSI. untew. dime give notlca In dupllrate to me at mf ..I'l.r ol Tha Hated thl. I i Say of Angii-i lati II Wlli.MMs Mefll. ,1 %  !( Tl % %  %  IH I SI In TAKE NOTICE Thai CONTVNBNTAt. FOODS, U*C a corporation OHMale of nelawaie. United Stale* of America, whoi la Ism Hudaon Klreet. Hoboken. New Jcraei I Ufa II 1 "*" %  ba" applied for tha reglatralton of a trade mark I ("-tatuffa. Including anup< and inare-lienl. 01 v' -ftel M Oat .fflce %  %  %  t . • %  i, .,. gfaaa ..f Amartta u^nufai In Part A of Reataf r I aoiipa. aiHl v i,, .a August rale In me at -. s PORT FAIRY" .. ..II fraaa H.d..trl June SSih Ii..*... J %  ;nh. MackaJuly KHh. Hi i I BB at Trinidad S.pti mltt-r ath. and Harbado. i i., ,. %  --. .'^ %  l'>. n mil. oi %  11 RNtsa HIIHI • in IIO TMlMIXAD. n w I in k v %  iiiiiii'i II no 'i i < iBtaaai no M \ DAI " -v HARRISON LINE OOTWARD FROM TI12 UNITED KINODOM :S s s s s. 9 3 MTRONi "PLANTER" "SCHOLAR" SKI .w TOR" %  i l.„ -.pool Hth Auit 1 24th Am %  %  %  HOtlllWARD FOE faa UNITED KINbUun Cla* %  I* v ,„,l For ''' SS MA'ISHr I \ ar further lnforamtlon apply to • DA COSTA & CO. LTD.—AgenU ^Mc0o, s*"^** NEW YORK SKRVKK U ORNUtM. AIITKJAS aaii HTF-WtFH • .n1-1 Aigo.l STT.AMI.I IMh Aug.. 1 1 ORLEANS KKRVICE mn July A A • %  CANADIAN SFRVIt K BaJp Maatreal COA "Afl CQA P1L0 %  Rflltr.RT TIIOM LTD— NKW VORK AM .i l 1 --IKVICr APPLY:—DA COHTA A CO. LTD—CANADIAN StRVUK ending under the lawi ol 11 lulled St.it" • *>oae trade or huilneia addreaa la Park A. io. New York. New York L'nlled Slate, of A'hoappli-l fat the ..^.atratlon ol J trade mark In Part A ol Ri ...p.--t o( gaaajkl BMakl, and will BS en titled to regl.trr the mf after on nonth Irom the l#lh Bay o A iguil 1SS1 unloia aome p.-t U~n mean I., me at mi -IT.tr of oppoallbou ot BHM -k can b -•on on appiieaiwai Jt my afflca. D't'd "ii" %  '*' '•* "' Auguit. ISSl H will IAMS 1 i. % %  %  is a M i S I Church BM1 \ •: : \ lie. Upper Claphum. Chrlat O Applt H W. Webator. O IS YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT INCREASING? Did you save as much n> you it Ui Ipata i turlrui tha p i How much have you nvao In tha paal t.ve ..tm ft a If your savings plan is boutni 00am. yotl nee#. I h.vr II In Oa to. ...... mm f K.xm 1 1. iMi'imn i# t ..rni-r uf Brand I lod.u NOTICE III) IIIMOVSIKAIKIV raoTi:> l i r Ml\III FKAMIIISr, BILL 'iv BntttOd by Uie l^-g%  %  %  th Afnra uriat.. tain place on Saturday. 18th August, by the . BAKHA1MIS WORKKRSI NTtlN has been postponed until s\ll RDAV. 25th August. at I 31 p m CHILDREN PLEASED WITH THEIR FAVOURITE BOOKS!! I.i-l i/imiI hilili-fti i-ifini' in tir. I ••> lhi> tnllnu-infi :— Till: SHIP (IF AnVK.STI'KK—liv Knid lllylnn ( MII.DRKSS M.W II.I.ISTRATKII ENCYI I.OI'KIII X QOfUR BORKS IN— by ( .plain \V. E. John* TIIK WIUSTOW TALISMAN—by 1'i-rcy P. W.-sl.rni.in ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE ,'. :*.•.:*.•*.'.;;: '.:'.;• %  .<,:::•.<*',•* v.*.*. v rVrW-'



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*#Iv KSTABI.1SHEO 1SB SATURDAY. PRICE Fl\ 1 CF.M Allies, Reds Ready To Adjust Demand For Buffer Zone %  III. SKIIMI I.OAI. MUNSAN, Aug 17. j HE ALLIES and Communists, to day, both broadcast suggestions that they were ready to "adjust" their buffer zone demands which have .so far blocked all progress at the Kaesong cease fire talks In the "peace town" itself, the delegations of each side locked the doors behind them for forth right and secret talks to find some way out of the deadlock T'dad, Tobago Musi Grow Nothing I nounred after m The few correswraltlna outside the conthree United Nai and four Communist*. f 0M usual M or 40 no* evera! hunts of laughter. %  1 was said. A news agency report staid that ting WU mark' %  t indteauMCI was going fur the ALUf Ot H I Hode and %  ,-'' %  .i;iBurke; for Worth Korean Ihf Chinese % %  %  %  ,".. i had an I HI InterneeIn The Wind %  p Lng that the i might .iccept a ad on • No Han't I sent front king Radio had quoted M eblel Commun%  .. teiproposal DIM on the 38th parnll'l could ba "adjusted". • him say, tmunlat'l MM in ol a aemiiitanscd BOM along the parallel. in be adjusted if topographical features and defensive Itate" redltedto the London Dofl) Worker GOII Peking Radio Mid N ffll II also stated l .-hangc in the form of Own Food • from Our 0n CoiirapunS**!. I'OHT-OF-SFAEN, Aug. 17. The Govi-rni r-m-K \ e r u 11 v ririterated in a fourpage pUblfc! statement that they were < istliuig to meet the rising cost of living. Trinidad and Tobago can grow for t: Instead of buying from i I The statement dealt at length Mill) the increase of subsidies, additional taxation and indirect taxation appeal to emplovei % %  OOTwTiunoni ha* SSO.OOO.UOO otjmonthi to provkt the people'-mOM %  n national defi-ni. Tfc L.S. Senate W ani Facts And Figures Ily JOHN L. STEKIK WASHINGTON A M-Ttate military apendin MM about to demand 'iei iacu and figures from as to money needed for the fnite States military machine Th Senate Arm* Appropriate % % %  -ited and d with the Military pre-entation thus far on U approved S58.000.000.000 Defemv Appropriation* Bill. They believe thai ihey hav begun to get U %  on what actually la needed b ry in men. c. Uona, planes, and bases. ChairJoseph C. OMahoney ha.-. nj from the lit fence Swrwan Q< the Service Department heaas. and jouit Chiet li ..ppeared hilthly improbable that O'Mahoney nd his colleagues would get any answer at thai tittv to their lop que-:nn "How much 1 ..list the United Stales spend and • %  nit: act for during the next 12 ffeclive %  WARRINOTON seerei the .eeonr. K i.i foi the Wiml ward IvUnda in UMN of B.O yesterday sftsraoon. Windward Island iD*til' IIIAI.IL againM Qm on Pag.* I), U.S. HOUSE DEFEAT THE \i:ws FOREIGN AID CUT ,v lil( 1 sear .nd Ihe statement pointed out \ n>av take week* The'mai it has no other money to Ipand Uli passage of the ..lieady long • %  v own necessary capital %  id any money it rni i lul work, in the form ol glfta or loans. At present si.Ooo.fHin ..f trui spent on subsidies. T h e s M.OtMMHXl thereby lost to the counoverdue National De-fenI -\ ( 4 prialion Bill. The )olnt chlafi bavt plannad to issue on o .HI OVatnJ] review of Defence) spending plans, particularly t fretting the size ot M U'lUU* *K>*10li %  inller rWllld i have 10 United Nations i demand for %  i Hath'" c iub-committe< IhU font toward oreaking the ,. OVOT the I Deputy Of '.he Eighth Army Korean cMeajato M dor i .. %  Sang Cho poaed for %  %  % %  Us t nited A' and the Chinese Major WHO Is be~ na" of the delegation, I spinf. —|t.r. try is paid to those concerned n' £ '"'' (,M ,n flour, salted Hsh. rice, condensed J?K?^ i t*^ 1 *! V. *' .•ions plan to pass the S56.000.000.000 House Bill now. u the l instalment and to t;o to work T on supplemental apnronrlai that could top S2O.OOO.OO0,000. —I'.P. ludoncsiang MiiAt Srt'k Own Wolfarv -.-AfS/DfNT SUKARNO DHAKAKTA. August 17. • nil Sukarno to-day calle< on all Indonesians to shun ah foreign ideologic "red or green, and instead work for tin ment of social welfare In iheir own country. Obaarvera believed he wan ra the [neraaaad of Communists and the Dar UI Islamite aimed bands. The Dar Ul Islamite nrganlsaUon aw I a to be n Moslem state In an address from tinitepi ol nil palace to^lay—the sixth annlvaraary ol the i ,*i of IndependenceSuk.uiio declared that as result of the ..(lions by the armed Bandi la %  iniiTering Irom .,nl dulhwai of spirit." —I'.P. Russia Willing To Make A Deal With The West LONDON. Augtlal 17 Infoinn'il gOJUroM said that the intensification of Ruaaift'fl pgign and persistent efforts to bnnj{ about a Five I -icncc. may indicate the Kremlin's willtnuru^ inivg at a broad understanding with the West under tin conditions. said thai recant trends in th Soviet Press indicate m would welcome an agreement with the West to halt hostile propaganda and criticism on the lines of that with Germany in 10S8, u en introductor) ter deal. r,(nirtes\ (]all TOKYO. Augual 17. tt Undar-Sacfatary for t\ lio Nert paid i call ot Prlna > Ida late on Friday Died by AmbuMixdor Joe* ihief of the Pi diplomuiii mlaafon in Japan. ••. were scheduled ".:., il,, Saturday. RUSSIA HAS 300 SUBMARINES —fcT.fi. VeW) S'Tn-tiiry BUIMOTON, Aug. 1"The Navv Secretary Dan mag as many Mbmannea ;ifjeimany had at th* h hau been disclosed pieviousl: lany had 20 a ar started, would put Russia'* sub%  ing to Kimball's estimate. TODAYS WEATHER CHART tan 5.5a J in ". 11 p.m ** ... %  Last (lujrlrr UghUag in; T.aa P llich TlaV: 3 !5a.m.. Mtfc. nd 4 20 la.11 p.m. 10.06 a m. and U.K. W ill Halion (Carbon Steel U.S. s\gpjils Will Fight Extradition WASHINGTON. Aug. 17 The Hous.' of Representatives on Krius< w ihe proposal lo cui military aid lo Europt l\ I •jioiuored by Republican representative Lawrence Smith <>l Vvisronsin. Th Hot :..,.: i i imondm i I %  . t %  a Smith DM,000 v ould have i %  | %  of Ihe Aid BUI %  Wtn 135 l<. lei tne hut vote j • IU • I Tiniffu I 1 delegat to ihe %  little h %  rn o I look %  •! ihi i i i i ,i %  %  Iree Chin ,i.. PI Mo -I IWASHINGTON, AuuuM IT Two ex-army Intelligence age raid thej Drill ngfal axtradlUoa :> i on chargaa M mai ding officer \„l XHHUHHh(HH) %  ecnrt' %  f their World Wai n.i'>lon. ALL. Icardi of Haw York and O. Lodt.i.. Roc] eatci h LONDON. AUgUal I | %  duBtry, subjected in rapi aton to naUonaUiatlon, rea i teii.iU ihartagM rnn Ir.to rationing troublei lo-daj The Mlnfertry of Supply announced iii ting lleeember .1 i i '• %  ... 'i, (.,., ,, i %  <.r all steel uaad In Britain Only 16 months ago tin then III private hand %  >i\i\i\ '|Vnu fAntui* wartime rationL — '•'"' %  Ofcaal tit|l|MT I I i .... Vi u oJ I Ifl York denli ,, UM 044 '. u %  " "", lh , ""l^' slaying of M&JOI William Molohan 40 of New York lehln iPPWOd total CmmitN r.erman Une, In Noriharn Itali mendatlom or ia\jg| 1.000 1 The United State* Defence De "" l partmont which rovealad a bkan Burope ler of the tnry „i disscnaion and murder 01 over ill $i.H4h.750.ooo Aid dill 1. he ofnoar has claimed thnt legal dlstnbuti ii-iphoie* prevenl Icardi ..1 %  LodOlea "of being tried in eithe. P* rivil or military courts in tint: s East d Ifl Bait and the loft the I K 1 door open fur their possible 1 move] to llalv to atand lri;.l I I' w \MIIM. roi I 4J i thai it will pa) noUiIni .• 1100,000,000 reqw %  'I'II K 'm li*-.ii %  ., V 1 I 1. [inS> 1 U UM aoU D" p 11 M.1-1 \ ..1. 11 1 %  ii Koreai rents ol n 1 %  %  ... foi I'M,'. %  1 r U.S. NN ill Hrl. us. at .the rate 10.295.000 ton.< The Labour Oovai nim 'it naUonaliaad the Iron mil % %  1 I duBtry bud Fehruary und< %  %  . %  ihen production hai fallen to a rate Mti mated .it about 11.000.000 ton* year. The drop came just as steel demands' re* tat the ruMsatt' H7U.IKHJ.OOO tbrea nent programme. Falling out|>ut appeani 11 cold war phenomenon ratha than ens daspelopntant inherent ti nstlonaliration. Production has bean Ml by reduced Import lion ore throughout the free world to similar defoi .%  proerrammes II' But the mam condition impliec ii recent Soviet Press comment nuld be Western recognition iljeta'! liberty of action I .%  1 Burepa, OlweiMi> b-llevi' Ui-t the s ss of Western Kurop. rehabilitation, the raarnuUTI .1 jirowniK *oliu and Russia's Increasing isolation are cauamg eonaiderable anxiety to the men in the Kremlin. Principal Aims princip.il alms in seeking an understanding with th) Wel woulo be 1 TH gain time to carry out its Anal industrial reconstruction and I -it, on which U embarked afler the completion of the Five I b flan in 1950. 2. To proceed with the rearmanamt and industrlalUalion of hej under the favourable conditions of increased trade exI and the w. • .1 To remove the atmosphere of kaMiOn and hostility tow>rds %  %  Union, v. hn h become the major obntacle to successful Communist propaganda IP and elaewhere. Rajd] Keveraea Russia': her po*ib as a major pfl ternaHoruu Communist Movement 1 be underst*>od Pgllntl ihe linkmounti of the 1 during which she Of diplomatic and military re\i After the nb>r •. 1 Moscow Conference in 1947. ei been countered. failure to acquire a1 least some influence on '.'• .man affilrs w/r e> <>n page 3 Morlo.*] Dowuej I iiihlFor Son NKVJ YORK Aug 1: Uft justice ruled on Fnd.i% f ..'. I • Hoi Ion Down be removed Croi > mother's care and plaeen In the temporary aare of the i jyiarKlparenta. Son T. 1 in Court %  battles between Downey and his %  %  aver ihe child i custody. P ta) Banked by two lawyers spent about hall Thursday nlghl papers under the door to receive them m the al iii.niiii: App irenUv she pot the paiM'is howevei 101 00 Friday Ihe bOJ '.,. -1 p. ittempi To Kill Tito Uncovered WASH .....non T copper irons t..' natioi ille lo %  iieeda, 1 be ralaaaa of metal wrnnounce.1 b> Defence moWlia Charles WlUOO. thi .'. < nded lo ove n ? %  MM i i liortage caused mmnlv l.\ || i 1 '.. i'.. tad Steel 1 woriten returned to theli it Truuiiin's. ret|ue*t ponding j A I. ludj ol II c wage dli pule by tho dutpatcl vage aUMUaation wil ( ll( • 1( aid the :| Marshal Tn<. i 1 int. oi • .....ui.. Augual L' month. He said thi | a a lUOted YUJJD%  major factor' in the -v refugees a ihorieeje. police found .. mine or, n. Ihe stockpile Will be | 1 by an |ual amoun„, Kh ,, 30 1952 Wilson *aid. "UahBH IhJtj 11 said eplacemenl would not be m lAefarreeied for planting the Slate Of War Buds W sSHLNTON, Aug. IP %  Aon Reiatlni % %  %  1 %  i 1 l. 1 mi. %  %  II Con %  I % % %  ..%  %  'lie when aDp I IhO full Senate will lie lo (-nni to travel ml do buM 1 a on th e aan %  national! of —^ "v nation* t P %  %  it wai ernment had all Dt itorkpihng copper. < thai OAly 1.000 torn, were stml*/uJj U p. Hearst Inn ii .1 BAM FIIANCISCO Aug. 17 Final publisher William Randolpti (irace Epw iil Cathe1 1 %  alki of lit1 1 %  %  %  rnbody hi t" rest before ti.. Cl .1 top* in the • %  1 %  1 .id lain in state for two d-\ while thousands ol persons Grace Cathedral wai IS rapacitv of %  I P %  fourth atti ... 1 Texas Heat \\ ftve Kills 57 IJAl.l ,..g. 17. I 87 today. One hundc F.I I" ... .,!..,, iitl< 1 %  DaUi %  *COOl N HKi .. misery In southeast Texas where crops alread) heat and drought ) %  Pore • s*-i rlei and 45 llren have lieen daily unco AUKD-I I] r Man till. Cat SAINT LOUn AUgu 17. k %  t. 1 .. tin U I He Dli P I tvoooan arguing %  that the • 1 him The wco 1 : 1 1 -IP China Rejects Draft Jap Peace Treaty LONDON, Au? 17 'pHE CHINESE Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs, Li Ke Nung, has handed Britain's Charge D'Affaires in Peking. Leo Lam, the copy of the Foreign Minister Chou fin Lai's rejection of the Japanese Draft Peace Treaty, a British Foreign Office spokesman said to day, Chou :^ ttatetnant, marl,on Wednt itv ol the treaty and aAn)ouoced thai China u it null and void. Il also aaid thai Commu willing to exchange vhnra on the .lapan. %  to ill Ihe l.ovrnineu'uivlted t.. next month's Son r< *..' %  i-'i1 it wa under' mi* ban ni the terras king*! BOBJ Ru> ants gTH ARMY u\mK AUK ^nglo-An ar teg UMUil NaIll „,.. ,. ,., I .S. I ohi \ Red I %  IhV Soviet Naval Mirustrj -. % %  veteran unll (.ximinunisls Shift Troops ng tin a r opoaid J 1 %  %  ha Unlb %  .>ii|{ht mi 'he K.u I All the s, rtet an publlahed ndai < %  %  In the S.,r treat) coinfi %  ii-is alvi puhlxhed ihe \t ..t Communist Chu 1 ii-i .mil Poreign Mmistei Chou Kit 1.11 .iei! 11 sUorl condemning the Am: %  %  itemenl conclu h Itatl t %  in Aala I Peoplt 1 ,1 >>i China in %  t hi r prop < ,iiiiiiienl. pd that a Hig five powi 1 %  Ulht MM %  Jap IVutr Talks Will B< Tfleviwd Vi M!K Afaju \ .. 1 m Pi lephone tnd Talcum > .1 %  1 %  poaei Ban Fran 1 ,. tele* sd eaaal 1 ne mlcro-v eve The i..: la meet ng the raaueal ol the Btntc De.... 1 1 1 . %  the ngntlna Una l %  could give n< Ihe shift and \ 1 moi %  -.u mutcbad equal *< r fa] of [resh Ui Patrota *•. ..( t-hsi ported no %  atacl adlh R but Uan d . ludlni .11 ihell and ti hells TH* patrol not t 1 found ten Commu a-hlch •• u unuaual 1 uauaH) but 1 theli dead ..i takK M> srtth U %  : made Baal %  \\ Red k —I'.P 4 ISMSI100I Killer 1 /. 1 I la) mi |.. %  uid t.it.di. -.Iini lael lutiht ^ to n-,ir old lovi I Ktlli .1 l %  %  n.i.th.i HI ^ MJItddl iiii'lhi 1 .J,., la-.-i drinkinc n in court!) "^ t..uiih woman %  1 1i" %  ...... ytafl/n U.KKTKH FOB III WXiCAVi MIAMI. Ai %  HI. ill 1 1 %  10 mil* houi %  4th. the startti 1 date of [Bureau an 'I'tn i" L 1 .-. %  satlnental red 1." UBlephouel rfurricane urecautium 1 idap, but rot JamahM and Uw w had not been eboduled to carr) Wersoa, The Vfeathet Bun %  .tid .weal telephone on ai I I I' % %  % %  %  • %  %  in ELECTRIC TRAINS ( RASH: 3 KILLED ... King nlghl The hoi in am |025 mllos east eoull .KiiujMon il MI %  m —I'.P NBWt All I \U| 1 %  I ... bo UMI n Ith I holsdi makei ] %  •' Britain east I %  ,. %  'ion A upokeaman of NatlonaUaed I RrtUafi Hallway, .aid .. %  I...-' 0 Kiu.-it and 2:* 1 r The "ADVOCATE'" pay for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Nighl %  lint' 'HalrlM-tint-ii* WAs, tug n l 1 %  renci In li %  . 1 ... -I '.p. I'tilami Avvi'plH WASHINGTON. Aug II I %  I PeaceConft I %  nning "" Be| U 1. -I'.P. BOYCOTT TRADE V/ASI iug 17. Itrial ion* %  (I I iccnoalovafcle until HI Wllhan. I r % %  I P Soviet Failed To Honour Pact %  %  %  %  %  1. %  %  11 1 man said WAJUffNOTOiN r IP, Avoresl %  Yalta Agiacmmt with Rui perverted ttn | trrrtibles with Ri %  aoiM %  aith hit usualf %  ' % %  %  %  %  lot objectives he I to answer Republiean chargeelftf. %  -I I" ;.n Agreement %  I lThe Law is always right. JhsuA J-jtWjou/uic Qhoks in fyek4 Ok RALEIGH THE ALL-STEEL IICYCLI CAVE SHEPHERD 81 CO.. LTD. 10. II. 12 13 IROAO StUHI Sole DiiUibuton



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATl'Miii u i.l -I lIMI wu6 Callinq B.B.C. Radio Programme D i %  %  NECKLINE CROWS INTO A SCARF I ..I i D u* a %  %  %  %  %  %  \i month, %  % %  %  %  mob Short Holiday A RRIVING from B: Mho Adna spend s bar parents who live in Fairfleld Road. St. M n Et.* laa*' It ie k From Trin,did Holiday l> -.4 M • Crchcttr* %  p m Fifth Tr.t Matin. S M p m InWriuda. S IS p in [MUnT> '-'"*' • p m Mi rt Trtripo lui IMIK. ( 41 p n. P ioajr—a w ParlT St—la Up at. MUM II KM Meat Shortage \\ ill Not VflYct Britain DOM. AuguM II Man (or FMmiiliy souro producers. stoppage of %  will havtf The Argent %  k Instl%  nh meat r itioo A pokesi ...i i • %  • %  •• %  consumed is homv prom, i < p M", Public Relations Adviser M %  UYR1NG, %  %  %  %  %  r4 itn Mil Irnm Paris ll l ml • % %  '•' %  a ah.-iKl neckline nn< • %  *> %  il whirr, irtrinn* into i leas *'tnid -.caff Since 1928 i! MiCSjSfton EsoUtO.I .'J had boin spending a ru .hort holiday in South Trinidad. JWa* were among the passengers arnv-,' >• Ing by B.WI.A at Sea well ysot ar bm day. They were accompanied by Marr their six year old daughtei ulso made the trip. PaUy Hendren P ATSY hTENDEtaTH the most popular cricketer In tin world, hi leaving hi coach to Sussex Count ClUb The club MV thev will DO* renew his contract when H ax* pirc.s in 1S3. Reason glvt n ll their financial position Hendren is 62 He wai christened Bias, But with his perky Irish looks he was Fab crowd. n* N.. MnvCnrm I, %  .1, I in |i"i. t %  > m RBOIO m*n Week. I 30 rti l"*'lh Hvnunn*. 10 p m. Tur 10 10 p in IntiMliMte. W IS p n OuMt KtaJM, ia p ( %  11.1. Mill HI .MI ni>. itar oar PI 4/4 it rowM ,. TO-DAY I 1TTV MUTTON ASTAIRE • LETS DANCE ..... Fl in %  %  v ,'" ~ \ .1 .,ii.iMI LONBL1 *i I t i I. rllfl.l-AND A i iiimvi tin MI i r .t. iHNIO ji //•, i his da He \&VOWEN I'UOVEKliS who .s Somclin in Puar t of I Kkel catch • ove l int-n soand!" shoulder so quickly that th> ili(1i i At would look for the ball oi l l i % %  %  kinch ..f "M.irth V l l !"','' U ,a, 2'i' J M .„,.,„, „ bMl ed to Puerto Rlcn """rtlcwxandlnsi lest matcnes 1 w I Will Settle In II 5 to la i brothei n u 3 Irilrmsit K living WO 'DING, B .i ' H,2B M' 1 | LAVING l.y II W I.A yesterday L* morning for Puerto H"'> vi:i MI.UIC l.t.i Anu-u, „,.,,. Mr. and Mrs. Clayfor Jamaica were Mi gnu (:n Evelyn. From Puerto Rico they Mts Pon.il,! Shepherd. w ,„ flv by pAA !o the v s f. wrhara thev plan to I wo Americans w ,n visit their aunt in Bloomncki, R OBERT 1. BROWN and Frank New Jersey before going over l->| re, two AiMtiaani Mn F.velyn's sister Leila who 3 Naval Base liveon l/mg Island. l*lla left in Trinidad arrived yeaterda] b| Barbado* in early Jum. sin UfBter I Wedding B.W.LA leave now working with P.A.A. Lnldad, wa ngar through on i..' [hter. %  %  HEADLINE '*/*rf i.trf.-i *h I growting in the Sovirf cenr my taU mam tvaggjiur In rhc Briiiih Mtaot." S..l/,A tllal R4S4 TYCOON" :.•.';:,.'.:. CharMa 1 HAS HI i\r | SO* Ki. UMH JlfimiT WAKBI.Y W JUHY A D IMI ll baaj Haak (All IV III (. Mill \ ST. JAMI> AJI \IH Clallfl CINEMi% MembasOnlyl MATlNtl.: TO-DA* at i r >l TO.MIiin TO MOMIAV Mt.HT at K.30 limn — i i \i nt i; \IN' iKiAoit HOWARD TO-DAY, 930 a.m.. Ml & H.30 p.m. IMHDMIMIM. IIMI.I \ t I AS M 3 E M I' I It I ^When life vi and Barbara /; ^^^ get *e prize-winning II. .t, i Architect "K FRIITAS, l St. Vm,( H ll %  .( colony on B.G Urwaj to at: Lthiaa M" RONALC I,...-. la Ar.hu..,t ,( b Watson i.t'i is <: ii nan next year. ha F SMIIH. | %  arrived from •terda) by HoUdarb. WHJ, P„,c n „ M \5'tTOTODOM TEMPRO, Hotel Resident Engineer W I A TV/f" I ru* fiancee \l. Jr Mr Evelyn was Formerlji HanBaW <>f the Rlec'trical Department of Messrs. DaCosta and Co. Ltd Mr will atudy radio and lalavlaion with the RCA. OonpBBy in New York and afterwards expect* bo employed b] UM aama The'Smart Set' Turn On The (Governor LoavbUJ with ihem were M Willie BoxUI ;.nd his son Itog. Who live OB Long Island, USA KOSS MacKfcNZlC tV .i at i. who I for a few %  half "reeks the) arc daya, relumed %  • %  ': A HACIIELOK is a man who is Mr. Tempro's parby B W.I A. Mi K• ind "* %  Cragj lo marry, bu* realises ronithehr twe> children will be coming M bi lime—fttturrtay gveabsi Pusl —l i ft Incidental Intelligence A i HI: AIUIMIHIS OF PII'A i BY THE WAY .... v Beachcomber 1 III to teat the %  i %  CROSSWORD HM • i latco (Vi n : I l %  l %  I %  %  %  ia tfti ... i ... %  I*I II %  U I r JI iri.i %  NAIROBI The "smart set" In K u> angry. Their Governor. Sir riillip Mitchell has crttli attacked uu luxurloui %  ) indard <•' living of many Europe in fad, life m Kenya i high. wide, end happy If you bat %  pit ii*-. of : 'I'll-. ihal tw nuns hava boon blame! for irbai applies onb to •' hta it I that merchant pri iiiiit' i laried 11 ii roi ranoi rs merousl; snd bappUy Mruvy Biinl.'ii But Iheuaaadj do nol earn lug money, and End tintup-peak cost of living In Kenya %  11 dtn. It is more than twite pro-WU %  'hii salarlea have tncrasisad bj Dill ll.lll Housing hap never cnught up with demiuul The i.verjge minimum rent la L an %  month Moat ... nttnue to wot f. ..fii-i n Duttlnj lolrfl earnlfuj around C100 n ; But "thhun' 1 are expensive lm> ported frocks OOBt fn'in K 40 to £70. Cinema seats arc 4i. I There is no public transport, I car Is a necessity. No ScrubbiiiK No white woman scrub servants must be employed, l' is a social "miisl". What one setlln feel compelled to do Aboul partleaf Mr. D Ui Dowull WIUoii. u Nairobi editor. %  aid: "Kenya's night lif< on the 'sun-downei lha comedy of the ~ GLEASOH CUUW MOWBKAY ^ M£DiNA WC %  JniV I—*. •• -" %  %  — !" ^T Ii year! TALBOT ;EL.2& i£i^&pfr**Za!im~*x& ii o x v TO-llAY TO TUESDAT, 4 4.'. and 8 IS P M Mh t>nlur> lux Presents •• VENGEANCE VAEMJBV' Starring .. HURT LANCASTFH In lib PM Blc rechnlcoltir WaeSjau with ROBSRT WALKER — SALLY PORREST An Advi-nlurr Drama in iU Rugged BVsl 11 II Y A I MANNING & CO., LTD. AGENTS brought i LeoromBtbllotheque Natlonalc in Paris gist with him. t oiu im-thnds. she found that tcrvanls hj, W r two or thl shoes, hats, trouaan and lumpara, most of the readers were, "so cold, eause thUj;tn .!; %  | shooting sticks radio sets, urnso serious." She said, "Do thev | "in the average i,oVsel srvauon b.dnever think of love' Weil, not ,,,,, loons, secretaxtea, managers, in here, of course," answered pianists publu-ilv men. surprised nnVul -ti .lii'liteiung Ins t —Su.ua parapiraiiou — .,.i.hl.. aal.l. 1—Baniahaa odour ioaisully. a—Iia protastion Usta lor %  %  — to it-r*. Ja< i 4 —-Does DOC irritate ooriuaJ Only new ODO-RO-NO CREAM gives you all these advantages I S—AbaoluttI) harailsai to all fabrics. S N, n ( diKFt up, nYr gaa giiny "i baxtk-ua in (be fair aa ordinssr daodorsou often do. TO-DAY lo Sl'NDAV 4.30 & S.15 Keimhlie Smashing Double LIGHTS OF OLD SANTA FE" Btwring... DALE EVANS and HOY ROGERS AND WAKE OF THE RED WITCH with JOHN WAYNE and GAIL RUSSELL tWO I'ii lure* With a single thought I i'ii see re* ... Music! lighting! Thrills' IO-DA1 AT gjg \M Repuhlk Dcubla ARSON in "DAYS OF BUFFALO BILL" KING OF GAMBLERS" Willmm %  Ftp 11 Janet MARTIN COUE ON hiD*. ThrfllS and Action To Your liking % forth. Thi'ro ami buck C ONSIDERABLE tmasting about B rlghl to Pans gnd both lo London, without louchlni do i n, I.I.UIout thi hops that, if yoi .. %  % %  % %  !. %  OU will smn be ,,i,|( t<> go to most of •.in places you want to go to without being bi red by having in land 11 waiting for thi I turn lournej a in ivoided •rvouslv. "Silly boys'" said she. flashing a destructive look at three hairy men almost entirely buried under books. h'*-fiixii t ion I N thesr troubled tinu rathei serious writer, sport is a relaxation, and It eases the miml Yi %  This very moment I have nig of no attack by woman on n wrestler, of I rofatOi who was knocked down, of anthem work YOU give | parly. If ; it a a genteel party .ibout 8.30 p.m. [ "If it's wild Bnvthlng may ;..;,. Thev drink fantastic quantities M.im iiv. ;it a stand-, I ard (hat is artificial and an%  ( rrdil Bgfrj .no difliculty in getting jj credit. The Indian shops. In parOcular, eoeouraga wovtan to run large bills for clothes and gioDSm Profits lor the few are delighta/ —.,*,, %  ..-.. i ODO-RO-NO CREAM Jin iteicnm wlilww o^obi O L Y M I" I I TO-DAY. 4.45 A 8.15 P.M. 1st InsUlmenl -I M1AY A MONDAY I 45 & 8 15 Final Instalment The Republfr Action Serial "ADVENTtJMES nv CAPTAMN MARVEL You've Read Aboul Him in the Comics no" sre Him Com On The Screen THE BEST OP FIN I OR YOt'N'fi AND OLD /,.//*,,-. 1 ',f;...i,.;.o..li ( 1 Mii nther who was injured in a riot, of ,'ully high. Farmers enjoy geni fiiitu n. beconv iha p>ii"Tht n 1 d sweep "em %  M whole lot" \i • **Whv dO you Keep 0*1 SB] 'Ami tin i. t.n. sense, man, Or inlum donl underknow where we ai. they mil be ls bringing ballet Into OUT drinkm,;, , . _, places, gnd, if thin do, then wul I ili-1ui Inn,:uifluvnv* i. some sore heads among lha .estheli s' I'li.'H ,.ie lew enough A PELLOW-1IACK nentinns left wl ing on the talk about making lindhird who can mind i ItiUhtei UHI gayei. rebusiness aid who irm! a mere i creature who uaad passive agent of some browing %  i i the combine. crous lax exemptm such iwoUon profits that even ..partly developed farms can be ,, |. old for fortunes to new-comers. Nairobi professnni.il n %  %  iii-omc tax by buying "farms' which thev claim ho ba developing. S OME whey-faceil BtubbgRlegullion or other has l ing thai the introduction of television into public-houses will roll Hie standard" Thl kind of walking horror usid la whimper for readings of i oeti \ ... Inns. Let -u.-ii ball-men In re they belong. In ihe clucktall-bars. Before Mosp.talilv The real dl iving I %  which keeps the "hlfh old timer on the l rest of a wave ii K'" ibit. .'..i>at hand !. %  welcofl s guests. OlM Of the largest denis if evpendiiure in Kenys on all levels. I E 5, Ml SI IIIOI I AI.I.-PI m>osi:-ni II (IN TWO BTKBNOTIU). ItHIII.AR -In llir Yrll.,.. c.il.m MILD Ifor I'lilldrrn—In Ihr llhir irti.n Ml ITBBOLI i> :. ranwhich torii'ctly ;ippli...l will brlnl INSTANT REL CODOB CBEHT . II.-. %  im.ts. And nl ALL HKfti STORES. %  %  %  %  %  %  JOHNSON'S CHINA WARE In Rose. Blue and Golden Dawn %  TEA COFFEE. DINNER AND BREAKFAST SETS n You can make up your own sel replace breakages and add to your set at will acCCO FIBRE DOOR MATS S240 and S2.53 STRONG ENAMEL KETTLES 3 & 4 Pts. $1.56 and $2.10 T. It. DIAL 4006 EVANS A U III 11 II I IIS YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 Heftti Stopped: \\ oman Slill Uive CltEENSIlOHO. N Augu-t II A woman of go who table to bo in i.niiv got*! condttlon 1 •ftor being ravivod by two aurleons 29 nlOUtCS afbn slopped. The doctor %  ut .1 heart beat and bowovor aha still was net otal f dor., >-: The potlonl WhOSa name was ROI plraseil by the hospital VfOS DO* on anaesthetic for minor Bti .tta.-k. Who were In %  ootn preparing %  • %  er exposed heart They also gave some in;* %  %  icsrt. I IGLOBE THEATRE SO### Oi T That was our Position Last Nile. Our Apolonlrs b the hundreds Turned Away — 'But To-day There are 4~BI(i SHOWS of K.KO's GIANT THRILLER—8 30 a.m.. 1 30. 5 A S 15 P.M. __ rt Special Matinee Pn.rs "THE OUTLAW JOHN I1UETEL — JANE KUSSEL %  i'\ih\ui: in niiirii.ti Prices for Kids gjg a.m. and I 'SO p.m. I'll K> House He Balcony 20c. MOKGAN to Rio p od : %  %  .! Music, Dancing Enlcrtainmen I throughout the night Dial 4000 lui intrvations I'si'ful ll fins iii . EARTHENWARE Tea Cups & Saucers I.muh. Breakfast. Soup & Dinner Plates Vegetable Disho with Covers Meat Dishes Milk Juc* I Ft Cups with Covers Decorated Tea Pots Decorated Howls—wilh & without Covers. THE ii vim VIMIS to-oi>i:u\ri\i: tOTTOX IUIOIIV LTD. Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039 I


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KSTABI.1SHEO 1SB
SATURDAY.
PRICE Fl\ 1 CF.M
Allies, Reds Ready
To Adjust Demand
For Buffer Zone
III. SKIIMI I.OAI.
MUNSAN, Aug 17.
j HE ALLIES and Communists, to day, both
broadcast suggestions that they were ready
to "adjust" their buffer zone demands which have
.so far blocked all progress at the Kaesong cease
fire talks
In the "peace town" itself, the delegations of
each side locked the doors behind them for forth
right and secret talks to find some way out of the
deadlock --------------------------------
T'dad, Tobago
Musi Grow
Nothing
I nounred after
m The few corres-
wraltlna outside the con-
three United Na-
i and four Communist*.
f 0m usual M or 40 no*
evera! hunts of laughter.
1 was said.
A news agency report staid that
ting WU mark'
t indteau-
MCI was going
. fur the ALUf
Ot H I Hode and
,-''.i;i- Burke; for
Worth Korean
Ihf Chinese
- ! ,".. i
had an I hi Internee-
In The Wind

p
Lng that the
i might .iccept a
ad on No Han't
I sent front
king Radio had quoted
M eblel Commun-
.. tei-
proposal
DIM on the
38th parnll'l could ba "adjusted".
him say,
tmunlat'l Mm in ol a ae-
miiitanscd BOM along the parallel.
, in be adjusted if topo-
graphical features and defensive
Itate"
redltedto the Lon-
don Dofl) Worker GOII
Peking Radio Mid
N ffll II also stated
l .-hangc in the form of
Own Food
from Our 0n CoiirapunS**!.
I'OHT-OF-SFAEN, Aug. 17.
The Govi-rni r-m-K \ e r u 11 v r-
iriterated in a fourpage
pUblfc! statement that they were
< istliuig to meet the
rising cost of living. Trinidad and
Tobago can grow for t:
Instead of buying from i I
The statement dealt at length
Mill) the increase of subsidies,
additional taxation and indirect
taxation appeal to emplovei
.
OOTwTiunoni ha* SSO.OOO.UOO otjmonthi to provkt
the people'-- mOM n national defi-ni. Tfc
L.S. Senate
W ani Facts
And Figures
Ily JOHN L. STEKIK
WASHINGTON A
M-Ttate military apendin
MM about to demand 'iei
iacu and figures from
as to money needed for the fnite
States military machine Th
Senate Arm* Appropriate
-ited and
d with the Military pre-
-entation thus far on U
approved S58.000.000.000 Defemv
Appropriation* Bill.
They believe thai ihey hav
begun to get U
on what actually la needed b
ry in men. c.
Uona, planes, and bases. Chair-
Joseph C. OMahoney ha.-.
nj from
the lit fence Swrwan Q<
the Service Department
heaas. and jouit Chiet
li ..ppeared hilthly improbable
that O'Mahoney nd his colleagues
would get any answer at thai tittv
to their lop que-:nn "How much
1 ..list the United Stales spend and
nit: act for during the next 12
ffeclive

WARRINOTON seerei the .eeonr. Ki.i foi the Wiml ward IvUnda in Umn
of B.O yesterday sftsraoon. Windward Island iD*til'
iiiai.Il againM Qm
on Pag.* I),
U.S. HOUSE DEFEAT THE \i:ws
FOREIGN AID CUT ,v lil("1'
sear .nd Ihe statement pointed out \ n>av take week* The- 'mai
it has no other money to Ipand Uli passage of the ..lieady long
v own necessary capital
id any money it rni
i lul work,
in the form ol glfta or loans.
At present si.Ooo.fHin ..f tru- i
spent on subsidies. T h e s .
M.OtMMHXl thereby lost to the coun-
overdue National De-fen- I -\( 4
prialion Bill.
The )olnt chlafi bavt
plannad to issue on o
.hi OVatnJ] review of Defence)
spending plans, particularly t
fretting the size ot m
. U'lUU* *K>*10li
inller rWllld
i have
10 United Nations
i demand for
i Hath'"
c iub-committe<
IhU font
. !
toward oreaking the
,. OVOT the
I
Deputy
Of '.he Eighth Army
Korean cMeajato M dor
i .. Sang Cho poaed for
Us t nited
A'
and the Chinese Major
WHO Is be~
na" of the
, delegation,
I...... spinf.
|t.r.
try is paid to those concerned n' '"'' (,M-,n" '
flour, salted Hsh. rice, condensed J?K?^ i t*^1*! V. *'
.ions plan to pass the S56.000.-
000.000 House Bill now. u the
l instalment and to t;o to work
t on supplemental apnronrla-
i that could top S2O.OOO.OO0,-
000.
I'.P.
ludoncsiang MiiAt
Srt'k Own Wolfarv
-.-AfS/DfNT SUKARNO
DHAKAKTA. August 17.
nil Sukarno to-day calle<
on all Indonesians to shun ah
foreign ideologic "red or green,
and instead work for tin
ment of social welfare In iheir
own country.
Obaarvera believed he wan ra
the [neraaaad
of Communists and the Dar UI
Islamite aimed bands.
The Dar Ul Islamite nrganlsa-
Uon aw I a to be n
Moslem state In an address from
tin- itepi ol nil palace to^laythe
sixth annlvaraary ol the i
,*i of Independence-
Suk.uiio declared that as result of
the ..(lions by the armed Bandi
la i- niiTering Irom
.,nl dulhwai of spirit."
I'.P.
Russia Willing To Make
A Deal With The West
LONDON. Augtlal 17
Infoinn'il gOJUroM said that the intensification of Ruaaift'fl
pgign and persistent efforts to bnnj{ about a Five
I -icncc. may indicate the Kremlin's willtnuru^
inivg at a broad understanding with the West under
tin conditions.
said thai recant trends in th Soviet Press indicate
m would welcome an agreement with the West
to halt hostile propaganda and criticism on the lines of that
with Germany in 10S8, u en introductor)
ter deal.
r,(nirtes\ (]all
TOKYO. Augual 17.
tt Undar-Sacfatary for
t\ lio Nert paid i
call ot Prlna
> Ida late on Friday
Died by AmbuMixdor Joe*
ihief of the Pi
diplomuiii mlaafon in Japan.
. were scheduled
".:., il,, Saturday.
RUSSIA HAS 300
SUBMARINES
fcT.fi. VeW) S'Tn-tiiry
BUIMOTON, Aug. 1"-
The Navv Secretary Dan
mag as many Mbmannea
;i- fjeimany had at th*
h hau been disclosed pieviousl:
lany had 20 a
ar started,
would put Russia'* sub-

ing to Kimball's estimate.
TODAYS WEATHER
CHART
' tan 5.5a j in ". 11 p.m ** ... Last (lujrlrr UghUag in; T.aa P llich TlaV: 3 !5a.m.. Mtfc. nd 4 20
la.11 p.m. 10.06 a m. and
U.K. W ill Halion
(Carbon Steel
U.S. s\gpjils
Will Fight
Extradition
WASHINGTON. Aug. 17
The Hous.' of Representatives on Kri posed $1,000,000,000 cot m military and
Europe, Tin- Arst vote in nt H >us< w
ihe proposal lo cui military aid lo Europt l\ I
jioiuored by Republican representative Lawrence Smith <>l
Vvisronsin.
Th Hot
:..,.: i i
imondm i I

. .
t
a Smith
DM,000 v ould have i
|
of Ihe Aid BUI

Wtn 135 l<. lei
tne hut vote j
iu I
Tiniffu I
1 delegat..... to ihe

little h

rn
o

I look !! ihi
i
i i i ,i

Iree Chin
,i..
pi Mo
-I I-
WASHINGTON, AuuuM IT
Two ex-army Intelligence age
raid thej Drill ngfal axtradlUoa :>
i on chargaa M
mai ding officer
\l XHHUHHh(HH)
ecnrt'
f their World Wai
n.i'>lon.
ALL. Icardi of
Haw York and
O. Lodt.i.. Roc] eatci h
LONDON. AUgUal I
, | ,
duBtry, subjected in rapi
aton to naUonaUiatlon,
rea i
teii.iU ihartagM rnn Ir.to ration-
ing troublei lo-daj
The Mlnfertry of Supply an-
nounced iii
ting lleeember .1
i i ' ... 'i, (.,., ,, i
<.r all steel uaad In Britain
Only 16 months ago tin
then iii private hand >- i\i\i\ '|Vnu fAntui*
wartime rationL ''"' Ofcaal tit|l|MT
I I i
....
-
Vi u oJ I Ifl '
York denli ,, Um 044 '.u",",' "",lh, ""l^'
slaying of M&joi William
Molohan 40 of New York lehln iPPWOd total CmmitN
r.erman Une, In Noriharn Itali mendatlom or ia\jg|.....1.000 1
The United State* Defence De ""l
partmont which rovealad a bkan Burope ler of the
tnry i disscnaion and murder 01 over ill $i.H4h.750.ooo Aid dill 1.
he ofnoar has claimed thnt legal dlstnbuti
ii-iphoie* prevenl Icardi ..1
LodOlea "of being tried in eithe. P*
rivil or military courts in tin- t: s East d Ifl Bait and the
loft the I K 1
door open fur their possible 1
move] to llalv to atand lri;.l
I I'
w \miim. roi
I 4J
i thai it will pa) noUiIni
. 1100,000,000 reqw
'i'Ii K..... 'm li*-.ii
. ., V 1
I 1. .
[in- S>
1
U Um aoU D" p 11 M.1-1 \ ..1. 11
1
.
ii Koreai
rents ol n 1

... foi I'M,'.

1 r
U.S. NN ill Hrl. us.
at .the rate
10.295.000 ton- .<
The Labour Oovai nim 'it na-
Uonaliaad the Iron mil 1 I
duBtry bud Fehruary und<
. ihen pro-
duction hai fallen to a rate Mti
mated .it about 11.000.000 ton* ,
year.
The drop came just as steel
demands' re* tat the ruMsatt'
H7u.ikhj.ooo tbrea
nent programme.
Falling out|>ut appeani
11 cold war phenomenon ratha
than ens daspelopntant inherent ti
nstlonaliration. Production has
bean Ml by reduced Import
lion ore
throughout the free world to
similar defoi .- proerrammes
II'

But the mam condition impliec
ii recent Soviet Press comment
nuld be Western recognition
iljeta'! liberty of action
I .- 1 Burepa,
OlweiMi> b-llevi' Ui-t the s
ss of Western Kurop.
rehabilitation, the raarnuUTI
.1 jirowniK *oliu
and Russia's Increasing isolation
are cauamg eonaiderable anxiety
to the men in the Kremlin.
Principal Aims
princip.il alms in seek-
ing an understanding with th)
Wel woulo be
1 Th gain time to carry out its
Anal industrial reconstruction and
I -it, on which U embarked
afler the completion of the Five
' I b flan in 1950.
2. To proceed with the rearm-
anamt and industrlalUalion of hej
under the favourable
conditions of increased trade ex-
I and the
w.
.1 To remove the atmosphere
of kaMiOn and hostility tow>rds
Union, v. hn h
become the major obntacle to suc-
cessful Communist propaganda ip
and elaewhere.
Rajd] Keveraea
Russia- ': her po*i-
b as a major pfl
ternaHoruu
Communist Movement 1
be underst*>od Pgllntl ihe link-
mounti of the 1
during which she
Of diplo-
matic and military re\i .
After the nb>r .
1 Moscow Conference in 1947. ei
been
countered.
failure to acquire a1
. least some influence on '.'
.man affilrs w/r
e> <>n page 3
Morlo.*] Dowuej
I iiihl- For Son
NKVJ YORK Aug 1:
Uft justice ruled on
Fnd.i% f ..'. I
Hoi Ion Down
be removed Croi > mother's
care and plaeen In the temporary
aare of the i
jyiarKlparenta.
Son T. 1 in Court

battles between Downey and his

aver ihe child i custody.
P ta) Banked by two lawyers
spent about hall
Thursday nlghl
papers under
.
the door to receive them m the
al iii.niiii: App irenUv she
pot the paiM'is howevei 101 00
Friday Ihe bOJ '.,- '
IT.
FEISAL RESUMES
TALKS ON FRONTIER
LONDON a
Fn.ir f*
....
disput*
neighbouring tribes.
< ry session t
with serior Foreign Ofl
i

I'.P.
DEFEATED
WAS HI NOT' '
The Hot!
.ti Fraaaj
reduce militarr aid to Europe by
n
at 'tournment Ofl
night.
In con 1
. .
as on the r
Smith '.......
;roposnl 1
I
. !
'e Aid b'M The votl
ndmem >.
-1 p.
ittempi To Kill
Tito Uncovered
WASH
.
.....non t
copper irons t..' natioi
ille lo
iieeda,
1 be ralaaaa of metal wr-
nnounce.1 b> Defence moWlia
Charles WlUOO. thi
.'. < nded lo oven*?' MM i i
liortage caused mmnlv l.\ ||
i 1 '.. i'.. tad Steel
1
woriten returned to theli
it Truuiiin's. ret|ue*t ponding j A I.
ludj ol II c wage dli pule by tho dutpatcl
vage aUMUaation wil ( ll( 1(,
aid the :| Marshal Tn<. i 1
int. oi .....ui.. Augual L'
month. He said thi | a a lUOted YUJJD-
major factor' in the -v refugees a
ihorieeje. police found .. mine or, n.
Ihe stockpile Will be | 1
by an |ual amoun- ,Kh ,,
30 1952 Wilson *aid. "UahBH IhJtj 11 said
eplacemenl would not be m lAefarreeied for planting the
Slate Of War Buds
W sSHLNTON, Aug. IP
Aon Reiatlni

1 i1
l. 1 mi. .
II
Con I ,..-
'lie when aDp I
IhO full Senate will lie lo (-nni
to travel ml do buM
1 a on the aan
national! of ^ ....."v nation*
t P


it wai
ernment had all Dt '
itorkpihng copper. <
thai OAly 1.000 torn, were stml*-
/uJj U p.
Hearst Inn ii .1
BAM FIIANCISCO Aug. 17
Final
publisher William Randolpti
(irace Epw iil Cathe-
1
1
. alki of lit-
1 1
rn- body hi t" rest
before ti.. Cl .1 top* in the
1
1 .id lain in state for two
d-\ while thousands ol persons
Grace Cathedral wai
IS rapacitv of
I P
'
fourth atti
... 1
Texas Heat \\ ftve
Kills 57
IJAl.l ,..g. 17.
I
87 today. One hundc
F.I I" ... .,!..,,
iitl< 1 .

DaUi
"
*COOlN HKi
..
misery In southeast Texas where
crops alread)
heat and drought )
Pore s*-i rlei
and 45 llren have lieen
daily unco Aukd-i I] r
Man till. Cat
SAINT LOUn AUgu 17.
k . t. 1 .. tin U I
He Dli
P
I tvoooan arguing

that the
1 him The wco
1: 1
. 1
-IP
China Rejects Draft
Jap Peace Treaty
LONDON, Au? 17
'pHE CHINESE Vice Minister for Foreign
Affairs, Li Ke Nung, has handed Britain's
Charge D'Affaires in Peking. Leo Lam, the copy of
the Foreign Minister Chou fin Lai's rejection of the
Japanese Draft Peace Treaty, a British Foreign
Office spokesman said to day,
Chou :^ ttatetnant, marl,- on Wednt
itv ol the treaty and aAn)ouoced thai China u
it null and void. Il also aaid thai Commu
willing to exchange vhnra on the -
.lapan.

to ill Ihe l.ovrnineu'-
uivlted t.. next month's Son r< *..-
' i-'i- 1 it wa under- '
. mi* ban ni the terras
king*! bobJ Ru>
ants gTH army u\m- K
Auk
^nglo-An ar teg UMUil NaIll,.. ,. ,.,
I .S. I ohi \
Red I IhV .
Soviet Naval Mirustrj -. veteran unll
(.ximinunisls
Shift Troops
ng tin aropoaid J 1
ha Unlb

.>ii|{ht mi
'he K.u I
All the s, rtet an publlahed
ndai <"
In the S.,r '
treat) coinfi
ii-is alvi puhlxhed ihe
. \t ..t Communist Chu
1 ii-i .mil Poreign Mmistei Chou
Kit 1.11 .iei! 11 sUorl condemning
the Am:
itemenl conclu h
Itatl......t
in Aala
I
Peoplt 1
. ,1 >>i China in

' ......thi
r prop
< ,iiiiiiienl.
pd that a
Hig five powi 1
Ulht MM
.....! '
Jap IVutr Talks
Will B< Tfleviwd
Vi M!K Afaju '
\ .. 1 m Pi lephone tnd Talc-
um > .1
1 . poaei
Ban Fran
1 ,. tele* sd eaaal 1
ne mlcro-v eve
The i..: la meet
ng the raaueal ol the Btntc De-
.... 1 1
1 .

the ngntlna Una
l could give n<
Ihe shift and \
. 1 moi
-.u mutcbad
equal *< r fa] of [resh
Ui


Patrota *. ..( t-hsi
ported no atacl adlh R
but Uan d
. .
ludlni .11 ihell and ti
hells
th* patrol not t
1 found ten Commu
a-hlch u unuaual 1
uauaH) but 1 theli dead ..i takK
.......M> srtth U
: made Baal

\\ Red k
I'.P
4 ism- SI100I Killer
1 /. 1
I la) mi |.. .
uid t.it.di. -.Iini lael lutiht ^ to
n-,ir old lovi I
Ktlli .1 l.....' n.i.th.i
hi ^ MJItddl iiii'lhi 1
.J,.,
la-.-i drinkinc
......
n in court!) "^ t..uiih woman

1 1-
i"
......
ytafl/n U.KKTKH
FOB III WXiCAVi
MIAMI. Ai
hi.ill 1
1 10 mil*
houi

4th. the startti 1 date of [Bureau an 'I'tn i"
. L 1 .-.
satlnental red.....1." UBlephouel rfurricane urecautium
1 idap, but rot JamahM and Uw w
had not been eboduled to carr) Wersoa, The Vfeathet Bun
.tid .weal telephone on ai I I I' '

.
in
ELECTRIC TRAINS
( RASH: 3 KILLED
... King '
nlghl The hoi in am
|025 mllos east eoull
.KiiujMon il mi m
I'.P
NBWt All I \U| 1 I
... bo umI n Ith I
holsdi makei ]' Britain east I
,. . .
' 'ion
A upokeaman of NatlonaUaed I
RrtUafi Hallway, .aid .. I...-'
. 0 Kiu.-it and 2:*
1 r
The "ADVOCATE'"
pay for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Nighl
lint' 'HalrlM-tint-ii*
WAs, tug n
l
1
renci In li
.
1 ...

-I '.p.
I'tilami Avvi'plH
WASHINGTON. Aug II
I
I
Peace- Conft I
nning "" Be| U
. 1. .
-I'.P.
BOYCOTT TRADE
V/ASI iug 17.
Itrial ion*
(I
I iccnoalovafcle until
HI Wllhan.
I r
I P
Soviet Failed To Honour Pact



1. .

11
1
man said
WAJUffNOTOiN r
IP, Avoresl

Yalta Agiacmmt with Rui
perverted ttn |
-
trrrtibles with Ri
-
aoiM

aith hit usualf
'' '
lot objectives he I
to answer Republiean chargeelftf.
-I I" ;.n Agreement



I l-
The Law is always right.
JhsuA J-jtWjou/uic
Qhoks in fyek4
Ok
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATl'Miii u i.l -I l- IMI
wu6 Callinq
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
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NECKLINE CROWS
INTO A SCARF



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. mob
Short Holiday
ARRIVING from B:
Mho Adna
spend s
bar parents
who live in Fairfleld Road. St.
M
n Et.* .
laa*'
It
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k From Trin,did
Holiday
l> -.4 M

Crchcttr* p m Fifth Tr.t Matin.
S M p m InWriuda. S IS p in [MUnT>
'-'"*' p m Mi rt Trtripo lui Imik. (
41 p n. Pioajraw Parl-
T Stla Up at. MUM II KM
Meat Shortage \\ ill Not VflYct Britain
DOM. AuguM II Man (or
F- Mmiiliy souro producers.
stoppage of
will havtf The Argent k Instl-

nh meat r itioo A pokesi
...i i
consumed is homv prom, i M",


Public Relations Adviser
M. UYR1NG,



r4 itn Mil Irnm Paris ll l ml
'' a ah.-iKl neckline nn< *>
il whirr, irtrinn* into i leas
*'tnid -.caff
Since 1928
i! Mi- CSjSfton EsoUtO.I .'J
had boin spending a ru
.hort holiday in South Trinidad. JWa*
were among the passengers arnv-,' >
Ing by B.WI.A at Sea well ysotar- bm
day. They were accompanied by Marr
their six year old daughtei
ulso made the trip.
PaUy Hendren
PATSY hTENDEtaTH
the most popular cricketer In '
tin world, hi leaving hi
coach to Sussex Count
ClUb The club MV thev will DO*
renew his contract when H ax*
pirc.s in 1S3. Reason glvt n ll
their financial position
Hendren is 62 He wai chris-
tened Bias, But with his perky !
Irish looks he was Fab -
crowd.
n* n..
MnvCnrm
. I, .1,
I in |i"i. t > m rboio m*n i ( lha> Week. I 30
rti l"*'lh Hvnunn*. 10 p m. Tur
10 10 p in IntiMliMte. W IS p n
OuMt KtaJM, ia p (
11.1. Mill HI
.mi ni>. -
itar oar
PI 4/4
it rowM ,.
TO-DAY
I 1TTV
mutton
astaire LETS DANCE
. .....
Fl in
_
v ,'" ~ \ .1 .,-
ii.i- mi LONBL1 *i I t i
I. rllfl.l-AND A
i iiimvi tin mi i r
.t. iHNIO ji //, i

his da
He
\&V- OWEN I'UOVEKliS who .s Somclin
in Puar
t of I
Kkel
catch
ove
l int-n soand- * shoulder so quickly that th>
ili(1i i At would look for the ball oi
l l i kinch ..f "M.ir- thVll!"',''U.,a,2'i' j M .,.,,
' bMl ed to Puerto Rlcn """rtlcwxandlnsi lest matcnes
1 w I Will Settle In II 5
to la i brothei n u-3'
Irilrmsit K living
WO 'DING, B .i H,2B
M'
1 | LAVING l.y II W I.A yesterday
L* morning for Puerto H"'> vi:i
' mI.uic l.t.i Anu-u, ,.,,. Mr. and Mrs. Clay-
for Jamaica were Mi gnu ,(:n Evelyn. From Puerto Rico they
Mts Pon.il,! Shepherd. w, flv by pAA !o the v s
f. wrhara thev plan to
I wo Americans w,n visit their aunt in Bloomncki,
ROBERT 1. BROWN and Frank New Jersey before going over l->|
re, two AiMtiaani Mn F.velyn's sister Leila who
3 Naval Base live- on l/mg Island. l*lla left
in Trinidad arrived yeaterda] b| Barbado* in early Jum. sin .
UfBter I Wedding B.W.LA leave now working with P.A.A.
Lnldad, wa
ngar through
on i..'
[hter.

HEADLINE
'*/*rf i.trf.-i*h I
growting in the Sovirf cenr
my taU mam tvaggjiur In
rhc Briiiih Mtaot."
" S..l/,A tllal R4S4
tycoon" :..';:,.'.:.
CharMa 1 HAS
hi i- \r |
SO*......K-
i. UMH
JlfimiT WAKBI.Y
W JUHY A
D IMI ll
baaj Haak
(All IV
III (. Mill \ ST. JAMI>

* AJI \IH Clallfl CINEMi% MembasOnlyl
MATlNtl.: TO-DA* at i r >l
TO.MIiin TO MOMIAV Mt.HT at K.30
limn i i \i nt i; \in' iKiAoit HOWARD
TO-DAY, 930 a.m.. Ml & H.30 p.m.
IMHDMIMIM. IIMI.I \ t I AS M 3
E M I' I It I
^When
life
vi and Barbara /;
* ^^^ get *e
prize-winning
ii..t, i
Architect
"K FRIITAS,
l St. Vm- ,(" H ll
.( colony on
B.G Urwaj to at-
: Lthiaa M" RONALC
' I,...-. la Ar.hu..,t ,(
b Watson i.t'i .
is <:
ii nan
next year.
ha
F SMIIH.
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arrived from
terda) by
HoUdarb. WHJ, P,cn m !...........,
\5't- TOTODOM TEMPRO, Hotel
Resident Engineer
W I A TV/f"
I ru* fiancee \l. Jr*
Mr Evelyn was Formerlji Han-
BaW <>f the Rlec'trical Department
of Messrs. DaCosta and Co. Ltd
Mr will atudy radio and lalavlaion
with the RCA. OonpBBy in
New York and afterwards expect*
bo employed b] Um aama
The'Smart Set'
Turn On The
(Governor
LoavbUJ with ihem were M
Willie BoxUI ;.nd his son Itog.
Who live OB Long Island, USA
koss MacKfcNZlC tV
.i at i. who
I for a few
half "reeks the) arc daya, relumed ': A haciielok is a man who is
Mr. Tempro's par- by B W.I A. Mi K- ind "* Cragj lo marry, bu* realises
roni- thehr twe> children will be coming M bi limefttturrtay gveabsi
Pusl lift.
Incidental Intelligence
A
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BY THE WAY .... v Beachcomber
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to teat the
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NAIROBI
The "smart set" In K u>
angry.
Their Governor. Sir riillip
Mitchell has crttli
attacked uu luxurloui ) indard <'
living of many Europe
in fad, life m Kenya i
high. wide, end happy If you
bat pit ii*-. of :
'I'll-- ihal tw
nuns hava boon blame! for irbai
applies onb to ' hta
it I that merchant pri
iiiiit' i laried 11 ii roi
ranoi rs merousl; snd
bappUy
Mruvy Biinl.'ii
But Iheuaaadj do nol earn lug
money, and End tin- tup-peak cost
of living In Kenya 11
. dtn.
It is more than twite pro-WU
'hii salarlea have tncrasisad bj
Dill ll.lll
Housing hap never cnught up
with demiuul The i.verjge mini-
mum rent la l an month
Moat ... nttnue to
wot f. ..fii-i n Duttlnj
lolrfl earnlfuj around C100 n
; But "thhun'1 are expensive lm>
ported frocks OOBt fn'in K 40 to
70. Cinema seats arc 4i.
I There is no public transport,
I car Is a necessity.
No ScrubbiiiK
No white woman scrub
servants must be employed, l'
is a social "miisl".
What one setlln
feel compelled to do
Aboul partleaf Mr. D Ui
Dowull WIUoii. u Nairobi editor.
aid: "Kenya's night lif<
on the 'sun-downei lha
comedy of the
~ GLEASOH CUUW MOWBkAY ^ MDiNA WC
JniV I*. -" ^T Ii
year!
TALBOT
;el.2&
ii^&pfr**Za!im~*x&
ii o x v
TO-llAY TO TUESDAT, 4 4.'. and 8 IS P M
Mh t>nlur> lux Presents -
VENGEANCE VAEMJBV'
Starring ..
HURT LANCASTFH
In lib PM Blc rechnlcoltir WaeSjau
with ROBSRT WALKER SALLY PORREST
An Advi-nlurr Drama in iU Rugged BVsl

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AGENTS
brought i......Leorom- Btbllotheque Natlonalc in Paris
gist with him. t ments on the course? Primitive i""iK. she used to lower kee long
ethods ni..mi the drviloptneiii l.ishes and say softly. "Do you
of the game The meteorologlsl realhj care about all that rot'.*"
could easily follow the game In When she none over to the Brit- Idrink. People who in Britain
one of the ruiMDOUl cars which ish Museum Reading Room to wou|j never dream of cmploving
n\ theclul the balls, the span stud> oiu im-thnds. she found that tcrvanls hj,Wr two or thl
shoes, hats, trouaan and lumpara, most of the readers were, "so cold, eause thUj- ;tn .!; |
shooting sticks radio sets, urn- so serious." She said, "Do thev | "in the average i,-
oVsel.......srvauon b.d- never think of love'.....Weil, not ,,,,,
loons, secretaxtea, managers, in here, of course," answered
pianists publu-ilv men. surprised nnVul -ti .lii'liteiung Ins
t Su.ua parapiraiiou
.,.i.hl.. aal.l.
1Baniahaa odour ioaisully.
aIia protastion Usta lor
to it-r*. Ja< i
4 -Does doc irritate ooriuaJ
Only new
ODO-RO-NO
CREAM
gives you all
these
advantages I
SAbaoluttI) harailsai to
all fabrics.
S N, n ( diKFt up, nYr
gaa giiny "i baxtk-ua in
(be fair aa ordinssr dao-
dorsou often do.

TO-DAY lo Sl'NDAV
4.30 & S.15
Keimhlie Smashing Double
LIGHTS OF OLD
SANTA FE"
Btwring...
DALE EVANS and
HOY ROGERS
AND
WAKE OF THE
RED WITCH "
with
JOHN WAYNE and
GAIL RUSSELL
tWO I'ii lure*
With a single thought I
i'ii see re* ... ,
Music! lighting! Thrills'
IO-DA1 AT gjg \M
Repuhlk Dcubla--------
ARSON in -
"DAYS OF BUFFALO
BILL"
" KING OF
GAMBLERS"
, Willmm " Ftp 11
Janet MARTIN
COUE ON hiD*.
ThrfllS and Action
To Your liking
? forth.
Thi'ro ami buck
CONSIDERABLE tmasting about
b rlghl to Pans gnd both lo
London, without louchlni do i n,
i.i.ui- out thi hops that, if yoi
.. , !!. OU
will smn be ,,i,|( t<> go to most of
.in places you want to go to with-
out being bi red by having in land
, 11 waiting for thi I
turn lournej a in ivoided
rvouslv. "Silly boys'" said
she. flashing a destructive look at
three hairy men almost entirely
buried under books.
h'*-fiixii t ion
IN thesr troubled tinu
rathei serious writer, sport is
a relaxation, and It eases the miml
Yi This very moment I have
. nig of no attack by wo-
man on n wrestler, of I rofatOi
who was knocked down, of an-
them work YOU give | parly. If
; it a a genteel party
.ibout 8.30 p.m.
[ "If it's wild Bnvthlng may
;..;,. Thev drink fantastic
quantities M.im iiv. ;it a stand-,
I ard (hat is artificial and an-

( rrdil Bgfrj
.no difliculty in getting jj
credit. The Indian shops. In par-
Ocular, eoeouraga wovtan to run
large bills for clothes and gio-
DSm
Profits lor the few are delight-
a/ .,*,, ..-.. i
ODO-RO-NO
CREAM
Jin iteicnm wlilww o^obi
O L Y M I" I I
TO-DAY. 4.45 A 8.15 P.M.
1st InsUlmenl
-I M1AY A MONDAY I 45 & 8 15 Final Instalment
The Republfr Action Serial
"ADVENTtJMES nv CAPTAMN
MARVEL "
You've Read Aboul Him in the Comics no" sre Him Com
On The Screen
THE BEST OP FIN I OR YOt'N'fi AND OLD
/,.//*,,-.1',f;...i,.;.o..li(.1Mii nther who was injured in a riot, of ,'ully high. Farmers enjoy gen-
i fiiitu n. oto lot awaj "
in the doz-
Uh .i i- si of three football player:
on the tlWd. of the throwing of
tones nd bottles by spectators
two < f whom
pi taL
1 llHllhflimi' lilrn
the

'What whole lot*" askOd the
burly mechanic
. ians."
"And thru ""
Put I ... in.-ii "
Than ih> beconv iha p>ii-
"Tht n 1 d sweep "em
m whole lot"
\i
**Whv dO you Keep 0*1 SB]
'Ami tin i. t.n. sense, man, Or inlum
donl under- know where we ai. they mil be ls
bringing ballet Into OUT drinkm,;-
, _, places, gnd, if thin do, then wul
I ili-1ui Inn,:- uifluvnv* i. some sore heads among lha
.estheli s' I'li.'H ,.ie lew enough
APELLOW-1IACK ......nent- inns left wl
ing on the talk about making lindhird who can mind i
ItiUhtei uhI gayei. re- business aid who i- rm! a mere
i creature who uaad passive agent of some browing
i i the combine.
crous lax exemptm
such iwoUon profits that even
..partly developed farms can be
,, |. old for fortunes to new-comers.
Nairobi professnni.il n
iii-omc tax by buying "farms'
which thev claim ho ba develop-
ing.
SOME whey-faceil BtubbgRle-
gullion or other has l
ing thai the introduction of tele-
vision into public-houses will
roll Hie standard" Thl
kind of walking horror usid la
whimper for readings of i oeti \ ...
Inns. Let -u.-ii ball-men
In re they belong. In ihe cluc-
ktall-bars. Before
Mosp.talilv
The real dl iving I..... which
keeps the "hlfh old timer on the
l rest of a wave ii K'"
ibit.
.'..i>- at hand !.
welcofl s guests.
OlM Of the largest denis if ev-
pendiiure in Kenys on all levels.
I E 5,
Ml
SI IIIOI I
ai.i.-pim>osi:-ni ii
(IN TWO BTKBNOTIU).
ItHIII.AR -In llir Yrll.,.. c.il.m
MILD Ifor I'lilldrrnIn Ihr llhir irti.n
Ml ITBBOLI i> :. ran-
which torii'ctly ;ippli...l will brlnl INSTANT REL
CODOB----CBEHT I MI'SITLAR ACHKS AMI l\l\
HIISTBMIU i.li..
You should MH be ultlmut a Jar .1 MISMKOLI In Ihr
hou"... II'. 'MI'STKRon. I..r huth ..(hill, and chililri-ii.
HITAH. raid: !'t A JAR.
OMtlaaM, ai
khan BOOKER'S (B'dot) DRUG STORES LTD.
ltr.iul Street and \lpa;i l,li..rnur>. II.-. im.ts.
And nl ALL HKfti STORES.



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In Rose. Blue and Golden Dawn
TEA COFFEE. DINNER AND BREAKFAST SETS
n You can make up your own sel replace breakages and add
to your set at will
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Heftti Stopped:
\\ oman Slill Uive
CltEENSIlOHO. N
Augu-t II
A woman of go who
table
to bo in i.niiv got*! condttlon1'
ftor being ravivod by two aur-
leons 29 nlOUtCS afbn
slopped.
The doctor

ut .1 heart beat and
bowovor aha still was net otal
f dor., >-:
The potlonl WhOSa name was ROI
plraseil by the hospital VfOS DO*
on anaesthetic for
minor Bti
.tta.-k.
Who were In
ootn preparing

er exposed heart They also gave
some in;*
icsrt.
I I-
GLOBE THEATRE
SO### Oi T
That was our Position Last Nile. Our Apolonlrs b the hundreds
Turned Away 'But To-day There are 4~BI(i SHOWS of
K.KO's GIANT THRILLER8 30 a.m.. 1 30. 5 A S 15 P.M.
__rt Special Matinee Pn.rs
"THE OUTLAW
JOHN I1UETEL JANE KUSSEL

i'\ih\ui: in niiirii.ti
Prices for Kids gjg a.m. and I 'SO p.m.
I'll K> House He Balcony 20c.
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p od :'.!
Music, Dancing
Enlcrtainmen I
throughout the night
Dial 4000 lui intrvations
I'si'ful ll fins iii .
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I.muh. Breakfast. Soup & Dinner Plates
Vegetable Disho with Covers
Meat Dishes
Milk Juc*
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Decorated Tea Pots
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SATIKI\Y AUGC8T is, m\
BARBADOS ADYtKVATE
1'AXr THKEE
Make sure you ask for Sloan's Linmwnt
apply it to your rheumatismthen-
pains and
You cannot jet anything better
for /our funicular pain, than
Sloan*. Liniment Simply apply it
lightly don't rub and relief is
quick and cert n a
toet ran mi 'Ktu'i or m uos o- mi (!!
SLOANS Liniment
U.K. Labour Party
Gets Ready To
Go To Polls
RUSSIA WILL
NOT SUCCEED
-TRUMAN
U.S. Iniftorls Lvnn
Rum from Jamaira
25 INDONESIA*
COMMUNISTS
ARRESTED
WASHINGTON "Aug 16
Truman Inld a pre*.* !. i. .
he does not believe Russia could
succeed in any effort to block the
Japanese peace treaty in San
Francisco next month
Truman also announced that de-
fence parts \vhich thi US. will
sign with (he Philippines. Japan.
Zealand will
fcv *"'?'*" "i "iv PaciAc what
according to the latest ParUiawiittnr opinion Only one % ?S.A"""" p'"'' do"' '"
man. the Prime Minister Clement Attlee can call a general
and DC wim-Iv declined to reveal his plans. Indica-
tions point to an election m late October, or earlv Novem-
ber, or failini! that next Mav.
One Labour Party
By DONALD MACKAV
LONDON, AuKUst 17
Hi Ham's crippled Labour Party is wheel guru Australia and N
lor the general election itself, late trim lall or next Mav SCWB ln ">
... source luggetted -:t all dependi on how
ilunss look at the annual labour Fartv conferences at
Scanorough,. aily n Ortubcr If things look bright for the
party, then the} may coll a general election, late this fall.-
Labour Pert* fortunes Just now and 39 1 said Labour, compared
are far from bncht. With the wnh 41 K in June
overall Parliamentary iiut Indeterminate facton In
rnajorlt, , ,. wh. Broduc.-. British election are Urea. |r
iZ V, .'"" "V" '?""''"" Bovenber, mo pollster, gave
I S n ""' """'"''' l,v Conservative, a lead of 10 oolnls.
> II,,,'!,,. ?-I_ .- uul Labourites squeezed into offic-
iant Conservative pupu- , ,|- February 1950
' J The thrc.1 of e. Anan- '"'SiT,
N1W ViillK. Auk. It
i a lasnorti --I rum from ill
countries inowed a might decline
m mi- in ,., )9KI ,,
compared with IMO, alihoo. ,
there was a sliyht inn-
"rdtni; to a report mi im-
port toiulillons by Mi. Marry
I.HUIII- vnre presldt-nl M
National Association ul Alroholu-
Beverafa Important.
Thr deeune -
tlreiy in the fitneiren ruma," be
report.. -The total quantity in-
VOIVI it (or these foreign run
ratauveb nnall Opinion li thai i '"> memben of Parl
1. He would "be" most happy to mIt".'I'"' ""'" ,""' "V" "' "
talk with Andrei Oromrke, SSffe!SL2lff,i "
' trade, althouifii Jamaica run' ill
itilllll....
United State-, because of it*
special uses ,
perfectly willing to The g*"
(^i M.^a^i.... Puerto Riean run
the United State- ovei the past
Truman lold reporters:
gajMral
Cfal crisis, due to defiL. .
Britain's balance of pa>:
4 Party splitting. wi'h the
lcflwing rebellion led bv An.urm
nev.in.
(.rowiny Pressure
Under the constitution. UH
IlrlUsh labour Government, which
squeezed Unk into power with
seven man majority in February
18*0 has three and a half more
years in office.
ii m in*; for an early
general election however, and
even many labour supporters are
-tiggesting the election as deten-
ch indeterminate
inim.. .
hief of thr Soviet cMvfatlon
to the conference before the
San Francisco meeting if
Oronivko so dram,
2. He
have General Mac Art hut
speak to the peace
DM mi iv ..ri.iin Mar-
Arthur would mnkr
address If Invited
State Department
Thi Pre-iflent however
-aid he did not know whether
MacArthur will be invited
It Is understood, however, that ,
John Foster Bulle* Special An,- SSBSi
baasador who handled treaty nego-
tiations, asked MacArthu
two years, baa benefited the Puerto s^^5!f,l J-'*1"1'
JAKARTA. Au; 16
BV alleged t'ommun-
crnmeni in .1 move (0 1
attempted Red uptialrui on Indn-
BbVWTO*
1 I 1 two bg*
ranking MmMt\ ol 1-abour off-
tials. live adHon of daily news.
and u; left-wlnf


ports and lettert 1 if pll
CornitWUuil toiip tiitat throuirhiMit
1 il the m
restl wen- in Iiim- with the reeet.t
npriaonmenl <>t Red) In Mad
Russia >\ illiiijU To
Frhko V Dfed
a> Fraan wir I
0 "f the airl.f*
ihe Berlin Hd
UH A Met attempt to node--
inim- the Marsh.ill ITnn hv Cm-
mimM inspired Biaaa itiikaa In
Franca and Italj anllaDBad lam
mlnouabj The yaanala
in 1948 created a large c 1, LB Ik I
Dalk.111 fnnil
Moscow was ntit eve':
when aha attagBBtad to axtand b 1
uitluetice by force of :irmv War PI
rpaaoa .-niied with tha '
expulsion or the <\tmn ,
war In Korea .iv -
!. aiaaad b) tha 1
with eimimous lotvees tn ConUTVU'
I.P.
Ricnn rum- Industry considacablv.
,^_ the report continues In the first
in* four months of this yaaj U s laa-
____ porta. of Pneiio Ricao rums
six Unies as great as in the
iped j
buildl:
Parti i" addngtrV
.Htl to prevani s.ihotage on In-
peieds-noe Day ce-iei.raikraa. U.P.
HARBOUR LOG
In Corliile Bay
.children
'EM AX
eweiy day
01 ndn, fluftgi. 0
they're bound
to benefit.:



'liu^f. -,':;! eMSkh k>- ..,.tr ntM n I

o
'/wvrr. v.'.*.*,'.'.*******,'.'*:*.'.;'.*.:'.:-. -,-,.*.*. ',*, -,, *,
n Korea would undoubted- ,(,nd. but that MacArthur refused
lv boosi Labour's support
SENATF. COMMITTEE
WILL NOT REPORT ON
MACARTHUR INQUIRY
WASHINGTON, August 17.
The United States Senate Mae
Arthur Enquiry Committee voted
20 to 3 today agamst making any
Truman said the Philippine
liovernment definitely will parti-
cipate in the San Francisco con-
ference and .sign the JapanCM-
Itj His statement rame
shortly after the United Slates and
the PuUpptna Oovaramaola an-
nounccd acrcement on a tiew mu-
1 '.P.
"A it'UL lap
made in re-
building consunv 1
Puerto Ru-an rum and 11
the import-nt market for thai pro-f
duct winch existed as early .is;
t
LAUNDRY WORKERS
RE-EMPLOYED
HMO and
because of
the last
i-hieh
destroyed
report
baa
Scnati
oq rfa
Two Die Suddenly
(.LADSTON HAYlfBS a 53-
two months
^me^ -Seur VSS ^S ?'**"* """*' ^S."^
1-old labou
lied suddenl
il Hospital about
after he w
the samr
elif
PORT-Or-8PA1M.....
of eei-taJr, aventa during n, M":' * M"" mpyaaa M th.
w;,r TrtnMad Ba u. apt*
Mm ,10 >inke imp anaaki aflDaran
tn ployed b)
teraaj omn rilnj v^ baa the asastt
nod 1 in plant w
p]
F-l
thai
p> loglaad in thr
lanaasju Mnil m ieinr iMaiai
1 Mined their
for employment
I. .ield To Peru
PRESIDENT PLAZA
at the
QUITO. Aug. ..
President Oalo Plaza addrewaiik
7 L*ll a.m. I5.UO0 Ecuadoreans last nigt>t fol
I admitted lowing another patriotic ctvtUai
lay. parade In demonstration ol
. m,n,l-,.e. ^^"f >-,'-"^- porters that tha majority feeling A port mortem examinalion port for Government in th.
r-r!!?Pym_,---------- was that any report at thi.s lime was performed by Dr. E L. Ward Ecuador-Peru larder .lis,,ut,
*J?\ ne? Iir^1^ Pwdom,n- ondismtsaal of Oeneral Douglas and an inquiry la to be held be- said: "I swear that for good 0
'"'1-'- mwrviitivc haw Mia ......I y A|.!:.., u,,li;., , u ,r.U(. ., |tj n ,\ T.,ln:., III, foi triumph 01 delc.it .. ....
Z!?tua" *L cl^"'r" '",rl,J' the bin.-, ...mroveisy at a critics' Anothei peat aaartem examma- nwch united th. Oovornmcnl
even the somewhat U^tlst weekly period in th. Korean noaie tion was performed by 1>. A S and the people.
The Kronoaasst. and th, Uheral Qte -vreaai it c^ vort^loy a> ^nuU ,,,,., Several times dui ing th.
Noara Chronicle have joined the He .ld that the decision of Mason Hall Street who was ad. President P
CeBaarvatlVO chorua The Keono- :(1(iiinst a formal report wag tnudo milted to the General Boepltal OH
said recently, "this country ,, th* motion of Senator Levelt Thursday night about 8.15 o'clock
Tha company will take on addi
tionai wortteis aa condlU
anna] The nu.nagi aneni
it will take

is now caught up in n new p4'rioi SaJtomUU a (Republican frOm
of greater economic stringency. Massachusetts). Hut it
It will drift before Uw fgaMHllg elded to let Indivldua] members
-vtorm, unless flm, policies, po si- ll|p a Ktatement Utejtff viean
ble only for a strong goveniment to be included in th haaruig
whatever iti Party enmpn ra OOn adopted. Tiic duty us well tha Senate. F.P.
athe Interest of the I. 1
died suddenLv 15 minutes after
EGYPT WILL NOT
ATTEND TALKS
befi 1'-.
Octo-
Ambasaador Mourned
Bl'ENOS AIRES, Auf
The Arwtiline Governnient drufl treaty*s pmvtsion
ordered offlcial mourning as continued pre-enee of
ALEXANDRIA. Egypt
August, 16.
Infiii-med sources said Thursda)
E!ypt will turn down their Invl
Litiori to attend the San Framisen ri^)r".',
Japanese Pcjc* Treaty conference er1t t.o the Peru
because of her opposition to the Guayaquil The I
uncled by members of ('nnrrc .
said: "A small country cannot bt
expected u> Lrlumph over anuthe:
more prepared, but when
nicnt comes Ecuador will not
yield to Peru until the last of her
men." The President was inter-
rupted by appl.
The parade which started at
6.SO p.m. and ended at 8 p.m was
orderly.
An Ecuador message to Ua
Peruvian Government aa
n tha
1 An
1 aiare plainly, even thar
to appeal 'o the cl<
Ptihlic Opinion
The Most reliable poll of pub-
lic opinion announced :
News Chranielr gave the
I rent lead.
Asked who they would von- (oj
j' feneral alectUsaa were held Dorps, Foreign Minister"Jeroriii.i. the pieince of foreign troopa hi "Guayaquil police und ...
tomorrow, 49 3. said Conserva- liemorino spoke at the aarvtcasl any country conslilute* a threal age was done but Peru had pro-
live compared with 48 % o, June _tjp. , wor;d pence. IP
for the buudor in l.tm,
rnreign (ho Foreign AfTai
funeral services for Chinese Itoops in Japan. said that those i-';
inbassador Chen Egypt ha* demanded the evncun- been puni.'iheit
Chleh held here on Friday Chieh tion of British troops from the The attack
.. De.m of the Diplomatic Sue? Canal Zone and asserts thai daj_s ago
Somebody
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I'M.I 1(11 K
11 \RBAIMIS ADVOCATE
SATIRIMV. All.l'l I
BARBADOS
mm t inn < hiii
H BrUatMa
-On ilia t;i nhirli i imI.mI niili .
-Ii nil mil- vol.li. r v liilnii Is
Salurdai. Auiiii-l I". Il
MARKETS
THE Sanitary CommtnioiMn of Si.
nd nine In
ur week! tttg Mtablishment of u market
are hawkera would sell fruit and vege-
and so mMM tin- eoBflsUoil and
..: \ conditions created in some of
' month the Commissioners eonsid-
Ukd approved of a scheme to convert
Temple Yard Into a temporary market and
rovkte shelter for such hawkers as
he compelled to go there. At that
the Director of Highways &
Transport, the Commissioner of Police.
the Director ol Medical Sarvieea and the
Colonial Bngineei were present and ex-
presses i
Thii aad two let-
ters from the DtKCtOt or Highways and
Transport and the Commissioner of Police
Ooni for the estab-
lishment of a market In the Cumberland
Square
# The Cumberland Square which was
originally ail ornamental garden is now
. used as a parking space for the
i about 16 or 20) plying
between St. Michael. St. James. St. Peter
St. Thomas and St. Lucy. The other por-
tion of the Garden is used as a parking lot
for private cars and has the advantage of
being the only one of its kind with enough
shade from the sun.
The only thing to recommend it as a
market is that it is only 20 yards away
from the Temple Yard which it was decid-
HHlld make a good temporary market.
If the Cumberland Garden is converted
into a market it will mean that these 16
'buses and about 60 private cars will have
to seek other accommodation already
sadly lacking in Bridgetown. It can hardly
be conceived that the parking lot for 16
buses each with a capacity of at least 30
passengers should lose its priority to a
vegetable market.
Bui it toil suggestion fails OH its merits.
that for the return to the public market
was enough to take one's breath away.
Hawkers who .sold fruit, vegetables, pro-
vision .mi! nything else were allowed,
te the provisions of the law to the
contrary, to squat in the alleys and on the
pavements because the heat generated in
the Public Market was such as would en-
danger the health ol any normal human
being within a short [verlod. It will be
remembered that the hawkers were not
provided with tables or benches and so
had to* squat on the cement with their
fruit and vegetables while a merciless
lu.il. enerated by the sun's rays concen-
trated through panes of glass let into the
galvanised sheeting, dried all the moisture
from the fruit and vegetables and sapped
the energy ol the sellers.
It is true that a few million gallons of
rum stored in the market and a cooperage
just a few yards away creates a tire hazard
good enough to wipe out Bridgetown; but
the remedy m this is to remove the cooper-
age or the ruin. That market 20 years ago
was Unproved by luiuls from the United
Kingdom and 14.000 of local Government
money and its sale as a warehouse to some
merchant would provide money for the
satabUriunent of a proper bond elsewhere.
All these discussions and counter sugges-
tions show a willingness to tinker with the
question oi mark.ts. Mr. Mottley made it
clear when his motion was discussed for
the conversion of Temple Yard that this
was not intended as a substitute for the
inal proposal for the establishment of
ket In Tudor Stoat
It is a problem which will have to be
I and the sooner the better. Markets
must be established where they oiler the
nvanience to people whom Ihaft
art Intended to serve. Just as the Public
Market was established because it was the
centre ol the residential area of Swan
Street and MUk Market where peopla
I over then shops and the Fonlabelle
so district markets will have to be
supplied as me residential areas spread
out. It is useless to tinker with the prob-
lem.
And The Year Of
The M>.\. ML II I
Unroll tho map of us
You will need It, it you are going
to follow, wherever it R
Churchill'* greatest thrill, i VOL
IV. MIL -.KOMI woiii.
war.- it uiii lead v u. In raei
to ih, ends of the earth.
Dry opens in New Yaw
1942. Behind u* lie ths
Norway, Dssunrs Dsl i Oreo
and Crete Psarl Hal '
Hongkong hai
and it's nearly all over " Malaya.
You sad with the Msrlni
MiZe Madagascar, raid with the
Commandos at B)
t&S C.nadians Ml Dieppe.
With Churchill you meel
. . swim. Moloun Ifai -
.naii. i". - itandi'.
! kt Darlan
trinnon.'s
and artal ai tin
.m render of Singapore (80.000
ol war. and the over-
night (all of Tobtuk. His }oy at
uirt Sulingrad
There are at least three tough
utT with Mr. Curun
'-i ol Australia
pretty oonUnuous rough stuff
r?ii Uncle Joe.
Through it all the ship drives
forward, with the Old Man on
the bridge, wrestling the gale BDd
m ii And then,
L-omes out.
Singapore
By January 1W2. the Japanese
were pressing hard on Johore.
the last Slate on the mainland
of Malaya. The dosperott Baltic
1.1 uw itivcrs was draining away
Dill loiwatu lighting htrengtn.
Bvea Singapore itself was not
properly prepared for selge. and
.Viir.lnii, Inuisclf, generously
lakes far more i:
.fie blame.
II-- cbltd Mr. Alt**
WaaaJnatoni "if the Iftalaj pen*
lasula has been starved rat las
eake of i-ioya and Russia, Do one
u more resapnalUe than I
six weeks later Oensrsl Psretval
-without water, food, or am-
munition- -capitulated in Singa-
pore.
Be, in North Africa the
si called RonuneJ bad
gut among the buds In tho
Benghazi Bulge, and Us
once more wo were in 11
U boats
Still graver matters were at
hand. Hitler's U bout Heel wa-
not yet al the peak >' its con-
iruclion or destruction
By February, It i
nn 301) submarines, and was ink-
ing 400,000 Ions of Allird shipping
every month (the sinkings rose to
nearly double this figure) Hitler
came nearer than the Ks!s*l V
throttling the life out of Una
idand.
And m the East? So far, the
J.tpune i' had seized an empire
there by never letting their
troop" or ships pas* beyond the
umbrella of their aircraft, either
shore or carrier-based.
They planned to make Midway
a second Pearl Harbour. So it
turned out to befor the Jap-
anese. The American bombers
sank the four enemy Bool I UTi>
SfB, and broke for keeps the
offensive sea-air power of Japan
.ii trie K..i E i i
Germany continued to chal-
lenge our own in the West
IB) ii.wk imi N)
net...... the > m t
wan wniie are In

to sea. and the A.
tn Aflit.i H/aR IIFldei inli^I,nit
attack in y important when

i own, round Iba Cape,
aths
Hut to reinfoice ihe devoted
garrison ess for long a venture-
some affair.
atunnanafc was comparable.
The figures starkly show what
Mr. Churchill colourfully tell ,i
tale of merchantman heroism.
of Convoy P.Q.17. which sailed
frees Icetand to ArchavNaal on
JOBS H iW4^. Churchill writes:
! :]>. .
I
IBd t; bold.- Of the
34 ships, 23 wcie tank One
of the most melancholy naval
episodes of the war."
Alamein
The Second Front which
S'..ilin never COS "I |fl .i |j I I
tarn AJllee
layed in favour of the plan to
I.ike the entire North
hore Winston era
this plan was the best, both West
and Eastfor he bad
think "f our tenuous life
Arabia and Persia to India.
At Alamein, in Octol
gomery -re: "To-
gethei we will all ihe
mx out of North \fnca." he said,
and did With B IhOUSSnd gum-.
he blasted a hole

rough. In thn
1 advanced 1,500
:. inpnral-
.

1
AiiKlo-A" -
inj from the West, ihe A
hi Africa.
i :.
'
,..ght our
i 'Imeti."
Tragedy
:
Churchill, visiting the Whin
House, hears suddenly and utterl>

t tendered, with 25,00c
men He
the cs
ah RoooavaH say;, i How
can I help?" And nobly he helps
Hera M Farce, and bedroom
''. '

from end tn end. prods
the bod Itself toi
.
bedside. He mutt have thought
he was at norm.
: e trtbuU
e ooUeasuaa, both to oln
Id politi-
!>averrrook and
Eden. AtttOI
A thoughtful :-. n i r eromsi
will wan! lo read ihla bOOfc-
"The Hi'ipe or Fun .s, .
World War. fi /V (Cossel
25*.).
'i imiii'j;*' is \ Test Ol A >l;ui
IF it happened -Cl.>ir,hil1 knew
about it. Anything t' .it aflecU-d
the life nf the natloi :' Id draw
i .,-i .
jirolung motives, nit., r
' indlni V*i una tv
e'nt.iin* the now iamiliar appen-
dix nf these personal o,mutes and
tektfi .ms Among them ;
TO Mr Edward Jfnriurs (CIpB
Servkr r 8. 1942
XI OK VOI K private Inform*-
n. I rate Ihe jparity t a m^ti
to give a usrful opinion on any
qsasfaaa esejaeeted ith war in
aosareaaee with the foiinwing
three endilin>: Flnl. eouragn
nd ability Second, real experl-
tace af Ihe lire. Third, peare-
tinie >LirI Studies and roulinr
promotion.
10 FixhI ftflnlfler, November 2L
1942:
^1 HOPK it is not true that we
re enforcing: a whole s,-t ,,r vsxa-
. isolations of this kiml
(about the* ban on the exchange
i food). It is absolutely
contrary to loik an*
Uiiil : per sun may not U
with tomo-
One who at the mrjiient he fSSIS
'iier need, it itrlkei at
neighboutilneei and friendship.
ji pn ddeni of the Board of
7v,ide. December s, 1941
# I am lold lh4t thr whole Of
the Army have been made to
-u in oft their reiElmenUl badre*..
at treat detriment Pi esprd d-
corps. As many of thr Midlers
paid for these bjd*es ihenutelvro
there has been a lot of ditre>>
raused Let me know exactly
h.i Hie Hoard ol Trade said t
the ir (Moot wasah led ihem is
thtu step.
TO Minister of Agrimlturv or'.,
IfhttStar, April 19. IS43:
a) I understand yon have dtscon
t&ued th- sm.iii auaai raUon
which was allowed to bees, and
which In the spring monuu >
inn-! important tp Ihetr work
throughcut the djos yew Praj
let me know ...!'
Ina the bees of
I i i\ .ile OS |
TO Forcifi'i Serrttar Maw lb.
1942;
d> The lelerramn *eem to <
trotting longer and lenfSt
Ihe H4te of time and euerm
Involved in Ibese lone i .d in;-
and decoding* i mo>l oerluui*.
TO .Sir S, findflei. April 20, 1943.
0 THK nnging of thl belli
.summon wotshippsn Bi riescribeo
In my answer in Parliament today
does not mean that the bells
l rung at odd limes for
weddings or funerals.
to Secretary of Stole for War.
April 17, Hi S3
# rKAV - the attuehrd poster
iii-u iiniii .1 by the Army Bureau
of Current Affair*. The postrr is a
dlscracehU libel on the conditions
prevailing^ In tireal BrlUin belore
thr war It Is a very wrong
thins: thai Ihe U n Oltire should
be responsible lor sueh ehacierat-
rl and distorted propasand .. llie
siddiers know their homei are not
like that withdraw the poster
lorlhwilh
L.K.H.
NOBODY'S
DIARY
Sunday It seems strange that with all our
energies directed towards building up a
tourist industry that the authorities have
turned a blind eye to an eyesore that El
saw on Rock ley Beach this morning. If;
nothing is done to stop tins dumping of.
huts <>n our benches it is not unlikely that
tenantries will soon spring up along our!
rnort attractive dbtricta which are our'
! valuable assets.
Monday Thr authentic steel bandsthose'
that employ petrol drums as musical in-
strumentshave greatly improved, but j
there is a new menace, a new type of:
Itee) band in which the bandsmen are
armed with all types of domestic uten-
sil.-, is springing up. This new type is
no! only hard on the ear drums but it is
hard on the pots and which were not
rnanufactored for this pttrpoee.
Tuesday Thru- has been DO Official re-
lease from the Oils and Fats Conference
but it seems certain that the consumer
will bo paying more for the raw prod-
ucts.
Wednesday To-day for the first time
people in the Eastern Caribbean must
have felt that they have a common coun-
try of origin. The new West Indian
Currency notes in circulation to-day gave
them this feeling. The new currency is
the first tangible evidence that there is
a possibility of federation at some future
date and that something besides hot air
will he evolved from the numerous con-!
ferences.
fTuirsfl'ay To-day we can breathe a sigh
of relief; a hurricane is supposed to have
passed, us by yesterday. Judging from
the notice published it would be difficult
to determine exactly the position of this
Hurricane -- 400 miles East South-East
of Barbados and 500 miles North-East of
Trinidad,
ridav Planters should subsidise all sports
tours to the island. When the MCC send
I team here or when there is Intercol-
onial cricket it is a signal for rain. Now
it is the turn of the schoolboys' team to
bring the rain.
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The debate in the nOUSS ol
Assart My tn connecttjon irlth the
plan in uiiii/p :;*( Bcrai i Bgrtcul-
lurul l.uul at Sea well was produc-
tive ol intrri-itintt polntl Of vnw
from both Government and the
opi* s if inn. iSwre was merit bi
the conilletlng araumenl
txl by the Members who spoke.
Three courses suggi-M ii
(l> division uniong a few families
- seven In allgiving each four
.-t; part of m hu n would be re-
' r a hixise spot and the
usual adjuncts, Inctudlna aecomo-
'laticn tor some livestock; the re-
raalndar being lovotad I
end food crops; (L' i
BDMHll a larger mimlK'i tf familie-
i.ii i one *n"' i '
divlxton on u housing plan, iu>>'
me half acre to eai h, thl
nsiunodaUnfl some U famtllee
who at prasent nuq ><' badl] nfl
h r house Biota tmd gardening
1 who. in the in.mi. do*
iivi' their tncorne as hired labour
ui apa kind or another land,
public wi'iks. skiiii-ii trades at
even u Asbennen.
in raaard to (l), the Oovera-
mant plan la to create i etf-
centalned unit for eaeh i.imii*
*ho would ii^-' entirely on Uw
lund, marketing sugar-citne and
other produce, with a mpply ol
ate for
'-timption a- well ,i
ii i g h i y oonunendable object.
Ai'vn, musi be
eonvlnced thai toui
1 under norm-il conditions, be
adequate to achieve this object,
with a reasonable ch
And if lUCCesi ltd. ibnl-
lariv io der i when
and If available. Undi
conditions where most land bj
alreest] la blahlj productWa
state and must l
l nder Ihe scan.....k > ondlUons
grlth bli h the h land b head -
will prove very difficult to come
bj The M ilon gave
. (real deal ci etudy to tru
ufluenclni Ihe existing set-up
bare and which centre on the nee I
for the highest managerial
eftlcieno ii i .
nmra out-turn per unit of land.
In the ctrcurnstancee, land values
will nlways he high and out nf
reach of peasant families not al-
ready tn possession Ol small units
i.flen acquired .1 lines. The
1 abtala no
ctouot influenced those speaker*
who argued against Iht 11
inent proposals, however v-.tlu.ihli>
these might i- undci i
uons,
in regard l (2), it ts obvious
thai one acr- :. enable
a peasant boldei to work II ad-
USly if he has \<> keep
jctm Uvostock with erntch to
maintain leitili'.'. .it-il UlUS pn-
l.aUy lo live Ofl Hie production of
. i sere hi i s the most
or his Income Uld >till have to
coma from ess outside his
holding. We suggest, thl
ccsnsroml h, b> in-
tensive metho-is with speciaUied
crops, might sausty imth Govern-
11 nit and the tlpposition. There
i:: great need for Uacreashuj the
iroductlon of fii-sli vegetables and
may it net be that two acres, m-
tenstvalr worlted, would provide e
elf-COntaUMd linn t A market for
assured, they
pall) tjwayj in short
Irrrreasasg h ' ivi to be met. It Is
envisaged that one acre say would
i" .1 cottage, i cowshed and so
on. room for i ultlyation of forage
and some provufon crops; Uie
OUMH acre being given over I<
.I'i-etaides m i en uld mean thai irrigation facul-
ties would have to be established
. ver tin- whole block and carefully
iMlntalned. Charges could be on
a rental basis 1.0th for land and
use ol water. The present Gov-
*iiiii',ent scheme envisages a rent
charge a good ufeguard. in the
'.icuutrr/, and now
teneraUy adooted In nil planned
! gparl ach ice snd carel i upei
: hi Agricultural OtBcar,
various oe-operallve method.
lould be gtvan rull rein, InclwUni
marketing and disposal of thi
This i- the idea in bar*
outttno.
Iii regard tn (3), f
only be edopted if chTUjnstances
in the partlculsi area demand ,
housing scheme it has no sped i
m.nt from b production point oi
view, althrHigt. more .
useful perhaps than cutting u\
roe land n lots which

I the i
Itrlle Klerlrlr
I'-impinc
Station
i Uv Pain In Tlik Ak*k
l Altll \lOS H \ I I Mm "OICKS
iii:p\iitmk\t
MONTHLY REPORT. JULY. 1951
The "crop" is over, the last sugar factory closing
down about the middle of the month, but the
reservoirs on the west coast will
'rnr not novc recovered their full
supply supply level unUl the middle of
August. The deliciepcy area of
orth-cast St. Peters and south-east St. Lucy i-
arlng better but Is not yet getting a 24 hours*
upply This will come when the reservoirs have
(-covered their full depth and, it Is hoped, will
emain when Haymans Well tvlde below > *
-'i-i Bang
Water supply by lorry has ceased and the three
Water Tank vehicles stand ready for call in
Lorries ease of hurricane.
I . Inking of the new well at Haymans to
leigh Reservoir in St. Peter and so
cessity of drawing off the high level
main to the detriment of the deti-
nestera ciency area mentioned in the first
**uppl> paragraph above, has progressed
lo 25 feet, and half of the mile
nig pipeline has been laid. Unless an unforeseen-
dlttculty crops up. the work should lie completer'
iiy the end of December, as desired.
El avatton for foundations and basements Is
i mplete, most of ihe foundation concrete has been
laid and the coral block wall:
have started. It has been ne-
cessary to bring pressure to bear
to get an adequate supply of the
blocks of stone.
As all subterranean work has been completed In,
the well and adit, the shaft has been sealed with a ,
platform about 10 feet below the ,
New Well surface, to prevent debris from
al Brlle the pumping station falling down
the well and also to prevent con- I
UuainatJOB of the shed water from above
With both the 15- diameter main near Collymort
Rock, and the 18" diameteT to the
west of Waterford. very hard
coral ruck is being encountered
Progress will remain slow until
thai texture has been passed.
To relieve the demand on the high level Fort
('..in in the parish of Christ Church.
It Is proposed to lay a main
llridxrlown from above Drittons Reservoir
Suburban along the lop of Rendezvous Ridg*.
Itrvrlapment .. t'l.mri H.ill as far as Christ
Church Parish Church. This
should enable the several properties on the lop o.
Christ Church Ridge to receive a higher PCeOSUTC
and a more reliable supply.
Two reconnaissances hove been carried out dur-
ing the month with the object of circumvent inn
the slipping hillside above Glen-
Beet t'aaal l.urnie below cliff in St John.
Supph Further investigation la necei
Bars', but il is hoped to run a iio>
main along the top of the cliff from Parish Hill
near St. John's Church to EdgeclifT. passing Clif-
ton, drop down a steep cliff path with special
piping and Join the old main near the parochial
boundary between, St. Joseph and St. John. Shouli
th prove practicable, it should greatly improv
conditions In the lower part of Si Joseph and In
St. Andrew, which have a mnre or less precarious
Upply al present^ due to breaks in the main above
Glenburiue.
e prominent at the present time from th
OFFICE FURNITURE
by
si>hn sin i no\ mi
MASTERFORM DESKS
TYPISTS DESKS
TYPISTS CHAIRS
DESK CHAIRS
CUPBOARDS
FILING CABINETS (Foolscap)
Bridgetown
Arterial
Main--
DA COSTA & CO. LTD.
MT'S ill It I AGAi*
LIONIDE LEATHER CLOTH
l\ A WiDll.W Ql'AUTi
50 INCHES WIDE
At S-J..17 pi;- lartl.
ALSO
BIRKMYRE GREEN CANVAS
72 INCHES WIDE
At 97.1.1 / Yard.
GREEN WATER-PROOF CANVAS
72 INCHES WIDE
At 98.2.1 !><> Yard.
DA COSTA to CO. I III.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
REAL LUXURY
FOODS!!
B) GKOEOE MALCOLM
rilOMPSON
Till i \T< HLR IN Tltl ItVL.
n. .i. i>. lauaaer. Mambui
llandllon. Ms. Sd. 253 paten
HOLDBN CAIILJIKJ) I
terrible mess and knows it. He
is being kicked
school for perverse refusal to
y effort with studies
Rut lhat is only pail of the
) I. who IS IS
I III-
look like .
lid not 1k>
,. Holoen
drink!
In his own
(promiMns little
|
ii novels).
...
1
H Allie (the
one thai
is essentially fi
^ody could L'
about h| own failings (tl
e yellow strea'.
so willing io -!e* r, \ f. |..
i view. Ile realises thai
he isa j>ain to parents and teachers
and a bore to his schoolmates
But there is nothing he tan do
about it That is how tie 11
Terrible.
For example, when he lo*1 the
fencing team'.s foils on the sub*
' was strictly t
bnita it. sun
need not have lK>en SO pom-
pous. After all, It had its funny

Faced with the jwwpei t of ex-
puhnon and a painful Interview
with his rather. Hidden derides
bool Independ.
York What
pose of the expedition i-
forks out. which is
ir Of him
York he tries to drink and to be
i-ie.it lover. On this '
leet he his strong opbuoi
year-" be ISJfl "I made a rule
that I wl i
.. :. ahb I
though the same weal i made
., .I..-."
I :.,. Baa Is Just sometl
don't undes
When the lift attendant at the
hotel olfer, to Hud him fenude
( Drnpanlonshlp HoldJai 11
is hardly i SUi I I
lover wants the girl >o tell him
BbOUl her terribly sad life. The
girl wants ten dollars <
For the lift man.
. n pots d In my mind.
I'm probably the trial

He take-. | gnl to :l i
nd i. terribly rode to hei
does not know why But the
theatre affei ts bin i.u.ceK Of
bC s;i\ ~ V.i -
I didn't like them niuch." (A
I "They
BCt*d more like they a
I
good, but they were too
II vai H unlei please
Mttei Hi.
much like a goddam general, In-
...-.
iuj Holdea de
ree-j plays, noi
"If an actor act-, it out i
listen 1 keep vrorrylnsj about
whether he is going to
lhln| phoney every miniiP' '
Hinging people up In the middle
of the night, crying, arguing with
Tl (abOUt what happens
lo the birds in Central P
a topic nv ddsn-*
Insj to taxi-drivers i t(olden
nds a climax i I
A cross-grained, utterly impos-
.!.]. yoang man v^ Itfa .i i
pathi
ateh out Th. j
first novel Is a dial
posure of adoi. ieei
Tuuchmg end
son of way funny.
a "i the several Vestries. Very few
small diameter pipes are available
\dditlonal at the pieseni moment on the
Malm and island, but 10 miles ire uiulei
sundpniU order and hava l-een expedited.
When leceived. they will be laio
Ith Ihe proazarnrnee submitted b>
I
Tho fulli
,;: TEMPTING
DELICACIES
While Cheddar Cheese
Canadian Cheddar OtfctOM
1 lb Blorks
i, head
ing work has been done under thi*
the beginning of the current financial r
l-in mams have been laid as follows:
si Mlrhael : Yard Gap. Buah Hall. Kensington
Nef Road, Marshall's Road. New Orleans, 8th
Avenue, New Orleans.
St. Andrew I Church Road. Hillabv
St. Thomas: Church Itoad. Hillabv
sc John Stewarts Hill New Road
St. James; Whappings.
t Qeerae i rseaea VUlage
St. LaWV : Crape Hall Village. Josey Hill
i Standpipe* fixed on new mains :
2nd Avenue. Bank Hall. St. Michael
Bush Hall (two- St. Michael
Chalky Mount, S: Andrew
Court. Chr'M Church.
Staple Grove. Christ Church.
Chief Engineer.
I Waterworks Department.
2nd August, 1851.
Vienna Kauuges, 4 oi
* ..ii ~ Cream Cracker*
Carra Sweet BlseulU
MEAT DEPT
Chick ena. Rabbits. Ox
Toniue*. Ox TaiU. Ox
Brains.
FRESH VEGETABLES
Mumm's Champagne
Lot* Rod ere r
Dry Monopole
Vlelle Cur.
Martel Brandy
Prunler Hnndv
sehenlev Rve Wliltkry
Sroteh Whiskey
Gold Braid Rum
Tubori Beer
Basa's Ale
J&R S.WDWICH BREAD
PHONE (iODDARDS WE DEL.VER
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SAT1 RDA1 tUOUSI I
BARBADOS AUMK'ATI
rxi.i i iv.
95,600 People Register To Vote
Eleclional Lists
Will Be Revised
76-Year-Old
Diva From Shock
Death by misadvrnlure was the
.r.ti.t ii'U.iiifd brj .1 miif-n IBB
jury when lee Inquiry inlo Ihc
.1 \umsUiin. -.iMi.nmliiiK Ihv
death >f ?8->ear-old Ida Lavlne
A TOTAL of 95.4500 people have registers! mil (.f ;, total of
102.6-4:? who are qualified to vote, it w:is revealed at th
- Press Conference yesterday.
During the next two months the revision of the Electoral uf'PeWrfcini Land wan concluded
iists will take place throughout the island The lists as thev *Jfif*te A '"'"'tt:
stand at present wdl shortly be posted in the various dis- m^Li T' ta l*
tricts and ai Post Ofnees and Police Stations. Oaneral Haapita] on tha i
___________^^^_^^_ 1*"'' "'" AugUKt 14 suffering from burns
..nd lor qualified voters and died suddenly on August Il>
whosr names have been omltled Dr Browne who performed the
will soon be available at Police post mortem examination said that
Stations or from the Registering the deceased died from shock
Omcers of the Parish brought ob by the extensive burns
The report of the Supervising she received.
Officer gives the following figures
for the list of voters
Panama Canal
Zone Stamp
The Governor of the Canul
Zon- in replying lo His Ex-
cellency's letter of appreci-
ation of the decision u M
Clh.i1 Eom Ooeanunant to
i.' lai i '.! lurmni'mor-
ata the eontribotloa of West
Indian workers to the build-
ing of the Panama Canal,
has stated that these work-
ers richly deserve ihe hon-
ours which are being ex-
tended to them. The Govern-
or of tin- dual Eom quoted
figures to show that more
than 30,000 contract labour-
v M ere brought to the Isth-
mus by the Isthmian Canal
Commission between 1904 -
1914, of whom approxim-
ately two-thirds were re-
cruited in Barbados.
First witness called was1 Edna
Husbands who said that she used
to live with the deceased m the
...< asftsMS T.ui M|m(1 hou#c 0n lne mRnt ,
August 14 about 9 30 o'clock she
heard 'he deceased shout "Edna
help me." On itmniiiK to her bed-
room she saw that the dress she
was wearing was ablare and a
lamp without a shade was on the
itoor of the room.
She (Husbands) shouted for the
neighbours who came and assisted
In putting out the lire Tin de-
Tdii new loo IM.MS ceased was taken to the Hospital
later lite same night. On Augusl
Of the total regisUrcd 40.48b or lti .he identified her body in Dr
12-; .,! inn: iind 5i,114 or M' Browne who oer formed the p""!
ro women Hcfusals are 1 4 or mantm. examination.
J6% men and 4,54" or 64 Tyrell Yard, a 32-year-old sea-
women. man of Peterkms Land said that
he helped in putting out the fli
son SM *tt
SI. MllWrl a.aa >SU is tot
11*11
jtj .Mm
-. Ma *ii
HI Jot- 41W 11* 4.MS
3.Ml S*4 i*'
it Thwui 4.114 St? 4.*>1
Si Jiiws .io as S.0M
SI Andir 3.Mt SM JJ*
1 Prln- M *,' 4.111
, i .. Jl 1W .
, nvc .lislH.ls only jc pcreon JJ ,h, * f lh(1 dccM!cd Be-
lli the respective district retuM ,ore he enl lo the house he henrd
to r.-smer while the highest ^Mnt. ,ou, ..^ Ml
numl>er of refusals in any one dis-
IC4, though the highest
Hazlewood
Installed
someone shout '
house on Are."
While he
percentage of refusals to electors lhp dc,^JM fcil>. lna, FldM
in one district was 31 m.i.kiW had thrown acid on her
The Registration Districts show
(lliuut hl% bH.wn I 00O-I 10O \MT*
Uw >w1>*n SOI I*00
-, aoi- aw ..
Tbo Kev. Gordon Vivian Elton '
" I, U A. .... yagtarday '*
Instituted, imimted and installed
Dean of St. Michael's Cathedral
and Rector of the parish of St.
Michael at St. Mlchaot'i Catho-
Oral
A l.i 4 the laity
including His Excellency iliv
OOVenior Sir Alfred Savage and
l mony. The service was fully
choral and the lessons were raM
by Canon Harvey Read and
Canon A. II. Barlee.
The sermon was delivered by
the Rt. Rev. His Lordship the
Bishop. In his sermon which
was taken from Psalm 46. verse
five"God is In the Midst <>r Her.
therefore She Shall No- be Moved.
God Shall Help Her in I Rial
tight Early"ha asfctd Iba lalt)
to give their every support to th^
hew Dean and lo remembei htm In
their prayers.
Husbands had thrown acid on her
and put her on fire. When he
went In the house the back of the
house was on flre and he threw a
bucket of water on the blaze.
Some of the tlrr went out. but
the clothes of the deceased were
burning.
Boarding And
Lodging Suit
if Doris Christian of Halls Road
Can pay Court of Error and other
costs before next Frfduv, a case in
which Judge J. W. H Chrnery
UM A i-tant Court of Appeal gave
judgement against her will be sent
back to be tried. This was the
ruling of The Honourable the
Chief Judge, Sir Allan Colly more
yesierdav in tf.e Court of Error
when Christian's appeal was
heard
Hawkers Prefer
Market In Prince
Wm Henry Street
THE MAJORITY of hawkers interviewed by the Advocate
vesterdav said that they would prefer a market built for
them at the open spot at Prince William Henry Street-
opposite Messrs. DaCosta A: Co., Ltd. Some felt that tnia
market would only be able to accommodate- I lew hundred
and to relieve the conation, a second market should In-
built at the Cumberland Square.
A few hawkers (torn St. Thomas was gwng lo provide van* to coi -
would like the market built at the vey our bugs and baskets Then
corner of Buttla street on a spot and oni> then could the market
,. I C Hills building now be placed at some-out-of-ih.
stands They laid it would suit wa>* ""'..
them v-ry much. Another hawker Should He In One Area
tl this spot would tM m an Delcina Robinson, a vendor of
already congested area Tudor Street, said. "I prefer
The* Uroad Street hawkers, as Temple Yard or Cumtwrlnnd
iv.1l .-. those in nlte.VK between Square. After the people are ac-
road and Swan Streets, are in cv'omed foing down to th"
10/' For Assauit
t favour of 'he site at Prince Wil- and ilsh Tnarket so why make
liam Henrv Street. Uiem go up to a fruit and vege-
table market. If all the markets
Central Spu; are doa to each other within an
Nicey Bellamy, wno has been n(>ur the housewife could corn-
selling in Broaa Street for over p^. n(>r shopping It p
30 years, said: "A market at tense carrying the Market to the
ITince William Henry Street is Highways and Tr
UM typt of market we would like. William Henry Street sites
Judgment had previously been u is a central spot. I have already Another vendor who sells
t her when she did i0id some of my customers that it jtmCs Street, when approached mg McDonald Jack:
SUGAR SHIP LEAVES
SPEIGIITSTOWN
Health Centre Goe* //* 4/
Arlington
Tn hakrison i.im:k u fli! took
suxar from SpeiKhistown and SllMDtn'l uigW bonds
except !4 baa wtin: it CtlM U*Nt Wtflk-^nd
for the I'.K She will in- tt e las; shin i.> call 11 Spetghlstou, n
for su?ar this vear The suie.mau rrlTBd at
Spe, Baturday morn-
ing urban she began to lo.id, Bnd


*
I 'tin ihip-
pod from that port thai fx
Of the load taken by Ul Stales-
m*n. \1c*srs PlsntaUOflfcl Lttl
. lupix-d M R \ ChaUstwi .v Co. Ltd. i B
Ions, ind Mi in R
D 'i a a LM siv

'.tl of It.ltl
sugar w*s taken bv sl^ shlpt
rltrruniu Lin
llrrd-in.-n. CraflBaBBB, Trlbc-miii
... t si.u-MH.tn. Iha C N S. fr.u'il-
t'anaaian Constructor and the
chartered Saguanaj
S s l*nan Vriular. The Har-
rison ships took iheir loads to Uw
U K. while the other two ihlpa
loaded for Canada.
The sug-r shipped from
am ru i'i i
I .St Peter, and
Fairheld and Spnnghall. S: I. .
The three f;i. *
about a to 28 thousand hn, of
- crop, part of wiu'ii v
' by lorry :. Brtdf
town
Some of the sugai i
iwn said mat th.-, ...
orry thai .ill the sugar pro lues
ii, st Pttti and st Lucy was not
Shipped out oj I
Spotghtstown, S|
handle it." said one ol tiki
,irni(/\i i oboarvod th t the hip-
pers would have in Bnd more
tionding space. A Balppliuj Dterk

tpi (own bocami 11
ttlievo "inii of the unomploy-
TlHIlt
Tiik PUHJ0 uohks Dapart-
rn.m have bOfUD to reiKi-
vate Arlington, the tin.
huildmn jt the corner o| Quat n
and Chapel Stieets. 0p) .-
into u health centre
itan and masons have
bean working on it for ovat two
BTaeJpj now. More room.' Will he
..ri.if.i to the alroady ik bulldlm
W.\I.IM> KAMSIV
Michael Simmons :t 1 in
Uw k i Club Tobli T-nii |
on WadiMBaa] nlghl i<> btoom
i ,i.' champion Ro a> pro
antad with the Silver Challangi
(.up Ban Dlaokman carrtod oil
in. w ilasx trophy by defeating
Uonal Rogui '* 8
ooraa m the datura Ram-
gay v Simmons were L'l 17
2J30; 11 -21: 1421, 21 17.
RAIN FELL In Speightstown
Bah up to
Thursday. Rainfall returiM Bl Du>
police Station raeon
runnin
OUT T1US
OUT
It wu pointed out I Un
ColvnUI Nrcrrlary al Yester-
days I'i.-.* Conference that
these hints on what to do be-
fore and after a hurrlcanr
would be useful to house-
holders.
1 Make sure you are ac-
quainted with the warn-
ing altnal*. and that you
know whs U In charge
of hurricane n-lni In
your district. If yoo
dont know this, nukr
enquiry at the nearest
police station.
2 See that Uie fasteninc*
"l doors and window*
are seeurr.
3 If you have hurrlcanr
thulter* be reruln thai
they Mill tn .,,,1 have n.t
warped.
4 Have rrady a small sup-
ply of tinned milk and
tinned food as emer-
gency radons.
i Keep hurricane lanterns
filled with kerosene.
After a Hurricane Warnlni
1 l>.. not ru*h to the tele-
(ihnii. and start rlnslne
all your friends by mi
iIomik Mm may prevent
an mux.H mi i.it.,1,
communication from
celtlnc through.
2 Draw off some water in-
to dear receptacles lor
drinking: thul. fasten
and barricade doors ami
windows aa much as
poftalblr.
3. I'.u, k.-is or aand ill help
to put out Ares.
I Take cover in as secure
a shelter as posslhlc
After a Hurricane:
1 Never drink water with-
out bollln
2 Do not rrowd round re-
lief centres unnecessar-
ily.
.1 Do nut iu sight seeing
4 Even If you are allghl't
Injured It Is as well to hi
i.. ul.:,.i a g a I d i I
t run us.
5 I>o your best to helu th*
Relief Organisation.
Girls* Club
To Bo Opened
l / II I > / 7,7 / *
.. 10 It- COtt
verted into a Ourta* Cluh. This;
is onis- Cluh, which wilt u-
I in tin- Islaml. Mill in
ii August 27
HOW being cull-.".
C'onnrll of

Colonel Mm i
. i ol PttUea
i iic
.f th. Barhailos Ito.s' .mi i. i!
ciuii-. arhieJO do* nui
Hill Itaii on Septenitiei I
The appaal taki
raffM Th katg ill
dollar each and tbi
r it Priii ici
i
ram; fourth petaasewing ma. j
i linn- and nfth prlag i bkyelc"
Mi- ^.ini it kg bopi
. itai i
li doltai to .i ."

i" " rhaas i hiba moan a lot u
the boys and girls who UBB then
Bnd peovlda baaltlq itmotphen
for them in thotl
The banaAta ol lb
in years to come."
Tha marnoara "f tha Raj Buraot
Club now have m quantity oil
trays for sale. At the other ctubl |
the boys also make Ht i
are sold and a percentage gi>c I
to the bO) and a pern
NO FLEAS
ON THIS
DOG..
\
H.i.n.l wnuw j
a is'-1"*
'Loraxana' 11 -r i P
puran h n t i- .1 p ta I ilfet i
ps-sis on datnastie Bnamab and poukr] It
pataaanl and noo>Jrritanl to animal 01 inci
/j raaarasasf awaaHi aai.
4Ja* .1 pacimv a/ "* jiissawu asm!
Kdi- Phannary
vain \\ iiis SIioh
., imltiM CoaJUstk
Pa ih> lacond Unw In auc
censive yeors, the drug hlMlnH
of Mi'sm Bruce
Raffbadjoi Pharmac)
nai won um drug Ma
urlndon dlsplaj 1 anpaUtlon dui
Phan.....I) Week, staged by
rnacaotkal BncMt] ol
ri.L weak
- Week for toll
In.' City Pharmacy gained
ind Mr. C. Corlton
tort thin
ri 1* liragag arara Mi H Oran
R \ J.i. k ,iii.i Mi
Rverton WUluuna
Tonight .1 OCtal will !> hel.l ,i'.
Oueen'a Park fa the Btemben ol

Ibati inonii'.. bringing l*harmac>
11 and
RosUNDaal Kcoiiomic
< OllllllilltT
PHI Raaetrttva Commltteo ol
tha Regional Reonomfc Committaa
Monday, Augn-t -!Hth
Tha lull Cotnmlitaa avill meet on
Wednesday. August ttnd Tha
ll.11 bados I)eleg.iti.Mi will OOtMUl
ol Mi (i. 11 Adams, lie P and
the following adi Mi
, Honourabla Bit John Baint,
K' Tha 11......urabla H. A ink.-.
v 11 K M L C Tha Honourabh
K It Hume. M I. ( Mr l> (1
Jni Captain c,. j.
Bryan, M C Acting Financial
Sl'lllUll)
The purpose of the meeting is
I., i oii-nlrr (he report of the Trade
Justices C. L. Taylor and If A
Vaughun sitting in th. runaatani l.M Incna
Court of Appi-ai raaharda] vark t Tha
..huh
' United Kingdom
Deles
atlj

..ii.ul.i
mm raa
nortKnr rtine^ '' \[^Vu*n nf " W"hh|l' * Wednesdaj when 1 70 mrli
.port or prince c w Hudder who fined Daphnay (lljMIIK da)
not attend the healing of the
after many adjoummtfi'.!
The case was 0M
S.I-..., Hall of King William
Street, Baidgatown, cuuned CM
for boarding and lodging three of
Christian'! children worn July l,
1M9 to April 30. 195v tl 12 per
day-
The boarding and lodging of the
children was alleged to have oe-
CUrred when Doris Christian was
111. There were a boy and two
girls.
Christian is an Antiguan.
M. J E, T Brancker appeared
for Sylvia Hall and Mr. J. S B.
]i bi for Christian.
ChriaUaD told the Court that she
did not attend 'he court when
judgment was given against her
because she was ill. On one of the
is likely that I will have to removu hv _
I.. Temple Yard. They replied iPSS
KniKht of Christ Church 25 BBd ,
2/- costs for assaulting and beat- ,' _,.
n of Match- g '""'
'in M.....hi

Thurad
reporter, said: "I am name- n|d s, phihp.
iv tnia*. .-.. w --r- ie. In mv opinion there should
nlffifj that it would be very inconvenient p,. ,hree markets. One id Prince Their llonou
.or them-My customers would like u/illiam Henrv Street, the other lo pay u tint M 10 fa IM
William Hann Sin-el. With ,^t the Highways and Transport offence which was commlttl M
a roof and sUlls laid out that site .-it,. j,f,d 'he list either t Cum- May 5 1951.
would make a beautiful market." hcrland Square or Temple Yard.
Olive Blackman. another if one market is built It Is not Ihe decision of Mr Hud*ervho
Broad Street vendor for over 25 Enin8 t0 accommodate all the ven- Jned ^kman iu/- for bbbbi
years, is also in favour of the dors in Bridgatown Instead *
Prince William Henry Street talk'tntf about building one whv
site. "We have already made not tulk about two or three "
a good name for ourselves In
this area: so why remove us to *, r% j
Temple Yard' If I am removed t*OCOa WBTYHtCGU
to that spot I feel that I would r
lose some of my customers Re- Hi, Worship Mr. H A. Talma,
move us to Prince William Hen- Police Magistrate of District "A"
ry Street site and we shall be yesterday fined Mrs Philin Clallo-
quite satisfied." way of the Ivy. St Michael 3 for
Nicey Belgrave. who for the past contravening the Price Control
occasions when it was adjourned 30 years has been selling at Luke".i Order on July 5. 1951
letter stating she was Alley, to Broad Street side, said She appealed against the de-
A market on the Prince William clrlon. Mrs Galloway offer >d for
Henry Street site would accom- sale a quarter pound tin of Fry'i
modate about two or three hun- Cocoa at 27 cents while the
circd hawkers. It would hold all dule price Is 26 cents
the hawkers from Broad Street.
Swan Street, the adjoining alleys1
and surrounding districts. It
would be sanitary would b*i
airy and 1 doubt very much that It The Barbados Nurses' Asaoda-
would aooll the surrounding Uon collected $490.64 at their an-
scenerv Take us to the Prince nual Flag Day which was run on
William Henry Street site and are August 3. That amount WU more
111 ha satUflad." than last years M84 .3 and 1949 I
Martha Ward of Hillaby. St. $386 34. but tl.- <..ll>.tmri has ,.1
Thomas, has been selling at the 0 previous uccaaiun reached the
ufand beating Knight on the
she sent u -
111 and she subsequently heard
that the case was adjourned until
June 3. June 3 however, hap-
pened to be a Sunday.
It was after six adjournments
that Judge Chenery gave his
judgment
che-
T?B.\.A. Collecl SiW
SIR CLEMENT MALONE
GRANTED TIME
EXTENSION
Sir Clement Malono, who car- _
ried out an investigation in con- orilCr ^ j,iin,^ street for manv *"00 mark,
neetlon with the Prince.s Ah .. shy 1||lK vcrv (,iv.*h- The first Hag Ha
Playing Field, reported that owing #n, (Q M ,here
to the Enquiry which he undei-
took ;: Antigua at the request ol Prefer Stittle Street
the Governor nf the Leewaid Sne Mld uj ^ff,^ to.town four
Islands, he would be unable to or ,lv(. umw a wcck ^ ^11. On
ubmit'his Report to His Excel- llMriv ,\,.It - brii- .
lency by the 15th August .is ,flr((c numbor 0r bags and baskets
originally intended and requested wl|n m0 | travel by bus and if
the Associa
..... held was in 1939, three year
HfteT It was started.
Data Musi Quit
date was confirmed. Juckm
.rdcred to pay the op|
rhlch amounted to 8/4.
ordered Knight wi/ls Admitted To Probate
Tha tolieering adili an n ad
mitted io probala I |"' Honoui
Bbia Um Chief Judge Bit Mian
rday
id. hard Murrall Howard Smith
st. PhHlp Bdltb Parria, St. Mi-
chael. James Francis Burton,
peal costs Christ Church, Hubert A11
Doughty. SI Michael.
'LOREXANE'
DUSTING POWDER
IMI'IHHI I HI Mil II ,1'IIXHMU I I III lls MMUlii S~?\
""'i'"' -i,s.in.,,H rlC I j
v B tlYDIN l son-, iHiUHllills. LIMITED ^^S
ri.5'
HARRISON'S
- BROAD STREET
I SCALES
[shop scales
SCALES
a. a 1
INSIST
ON
PURINA CHOWS
* THEY ARE THE BEST
the
t.-' 1.1..
af Common Pleai
Honourabh
that the dale should I* extended the bus unloaded my bags and bas- ( hief Judge upheld a motion fi
to the 31st hiatant. His Excellency kot5 u, ,ne corner of Broad Street
1 ..pproved the extcnsli"
LAND FOP WINDOW
ON THE SEA TO BE
EXCHANGED
der against The British Ba
. < 1 Ltd., to give up potse*
sion of the premises they not
iipv belonging to the Ceniri
F< undrv Ltd.
Mi W W. Reece, KG. instrucl
Bd by Messrs Cottlo Catford ft Co
poaared for the Central Fauna*
Wo
I would have great difliculty
getting them Into man *
. ; It;.,.- William Henry Street or"
ihi Highwayi ;.-i t Trenaport ite.
I would much prefer the market
greeted ;.t tha cornat of sutiu*
Street "r^ the rtta where k C
Hill's building - ' praaanl situ- ud,
t in tidving up the windows atc.t. Ii will also be fairly con-
iv Sueet will commence venient for me to unload my ar-
soon the Hon. the Cohmi.il deles at Lower Broad Street
I said at a Press Confer- and take them across the road into
price yesterday. a market at Cumberland Square
On Tuesday last the Resolution ***'"" * ""(r!
to authorise the exchange of corner ol Suttle Street
certain -small strips of land Sylvia Knight, who selU hesWi
adjoining the "window" next to Martha Ward fs also to favour
the eye hospital was introduced of ;. market bc-mg erected on th
in the House of Assembly. After Kt Hill site She 'd that thl
careful consideration it wss de- site was right n the route of the..
cided that the layout of this bus and would sun them floe
particular area would be irnprov- S'^1''-VmT*.iX |1S. PETITION GRANTED
SLdl Ts so^rfne u.iSn ^^^^^^S ^^S^JSSS^SSt
giving legislative approval ha. hawkers coming to town by the r^|he Court of Ortinary yealer-
been passed, work can be speeded southern and eastern buses the petitmn of Evi
up in Tendering the area pleasing one at the comer of Suttle Street O *** L^ ",,!*,* R"' f
to the eve for the people who use the north- Michael, a widow^toj
Work Is also going ahead with cm buses." she said Jffr.i? ,
rlearine the strip of land be- Fthel Webster of Canefleld. St. St Michael
tween the Gas Company and the Thomas would also like m sell Mr J S. B. Dear instructed by
Ice Factory in Bay Street This In a market ;.t The -omer of Suttl* Mr *- <- "r0""* ' ,"*"
window will serve to admit a most Street She said "It would be all Hutchinson L Banneld, S/jlIcitors.
pleasing view of the harbour. OK with me if the Government 'ppeared 'or Eva Belle.
2 FOR FAILING
TO CLOSE SHOP
barton Hardina of Baxters
1 market at the Road. St. Michael was ordered to
nay a line of 2 by His Worship
. Mr. H A. Talma for violating the
. Stum Closing Act.
The offence was committed on
July 14 The fine Is to be paid ii
'I days or in default one month'
imprisonment.
the estate of
her son Lionel G. Belle, late of
H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents
#.'# 1//#/#/ *v f'VfrituriI#'
CRAWFORD'S
DELICIOUS
SWEET
BISCUITS
Obtainable in wldr wrirtt
ul tempting jsurtmenU
eaih Hi.run .\..rih i>.k-<1
Ihrreby enaorlns Oven-
frrihnes* rlfht up to ihe
time u naeaea you.
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SWEET H/SCUnS

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WITH WEKillTS r.JJ
ll /. i,i,i 1,1 r,,,. Stmett ts. ,
MESH WIRE
AssulL'il wiilllis uncl '.I. 11 sis 1 ll")
l..i I'l.-li Poll
BtoUl Win'llnnily (Siilvnimril
HARDBOARD
TERMITE PROOF WOOD SUBSTITUTE
:l/lli" thick Shrrls: I x II. S. Ill, li Irrl
'" thick Sli.-.ls: I X uml III led.
EXPANDED METAL
IN NIIKKTS I v N'ASSORTED MBflH
Sizes: From j to 2 ncross UROWMl imrl uf
diamond shaped mesh.
I
1
rou will ram our prices to be mot
Ml HI Ll COMPI TITIVl: BUT dehmtki.y
ADVAMTAOEOUS YOUR ENQUOUBS Wll.l.
Ill: APPRECIATED,
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Hardwnrc Dept.
Tel 2364
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10, 11, 12. 13, Broad Street


7.
PAGE MX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATVROAT, VI f.l SI 1*. 151
HENRY
,__^-^"

f7? '^^tr^rj
BY CARL ANDERSON
TAKE YOUR FOOT OP* "Tl
THE SCALE HENBV
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
5 TO r-_^5 I -__
3~~: : \\ oO n*j o Be ~-c Ji soggv.1
N\=iNES- ,3-OST --T... JT,s j-osti
1HS|,.I ), I J^\sE gg ?^JT
| <* *Eei
I w-n... vj-------; ) ,
'---1-----\. NO FINER
TOOTH PASTE TO
HELP
AVOID
TOOTH
DECAY
audsuve&c ffat ^Aeatfc'too;
KEATINGS
KILLS
fe
Cw>ulf>
DD.T,,V
L*f.m41wtn and null IsaTliM
Hearf Trouble
Caused by High
Blood Pressure
i .mil I-., k of I tad and at-
.... ,,
far from poor '>!.
, i worry and

by IIWii 1 Pr Thai I* n
- iUwiv Uwi oauata tm<
| tliaa t-atn-f-r, I - i\ra nrommon and oauall
rul.Iuk.ii for *ome ulrnpl* alliaant. Jf
\m uffar (ram auv at these ayinp-
nra > #ndaaf*r.d >
ibla it a lairalyilr irtrok>-,
and you abould m t
one*. Tha vary Hrat floif of No*co
vi. a n< *-
madlcaldlacovary. n-durt:ill'Kh BI-

SATl'RD \ m i I -i
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
I'AC.I
CLASSIFIED ADS.
!! in ii SALES
urn RENT
'in'-(Hi nea
ad IS
aad 11
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immbr of worda up to . and
run
SALS
REAL ESTATE
IIOVSES


IN Ml MIIWXM
AUTOMOTIVE
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III il
u a-aa
BBARJZB I
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panad i
* Model in poled
>. sine, paint upiwiiWfy and
:
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IV

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UI -On Vau.h-tL 14 n ii MUM
n Appl> C 81 II

1 IT I 91sn
That -err domble buaineta praniltrt
kiown aa No n Swan Itr.-ct occupying
comer a-le and atandmg an BIO aq.iaie
Mr r H
nit* pri<- ly will t* ip iii Pi.fal .
cunpetillOoi o>i mill llat *
i 1 p m al the <.*..-e ,.( il,. i lUaralgnru
.MIHIMITON A ItfcALY
It I SI IJ-i
ml Aq.i-.ts: Club* All
mi... App.. on premleea
S M-ll
MAfiwiN Murill Road, from kpt
. r
/..drru. I IW1
Blur iln> T'i'
IAN It top Mil
s Bg, L.f i.i,.i
M..i.cll iixm. n*iuc i
DArti A MU KM
l*ne> i a m
noofttvu.T
' i=.|.hn) Frigldair
.-1 **a-bathlng f
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NOTICK
1M M.Waj Veoaei VMMT t-*I>\
raapoNMPI* lor am a-ai r dcota con
IB* crew ilnnni r,i iUv u
-
BARBADOS TURF CLUB
PAYMENT OF PRIZES
. i p I'ail-Mutuel
and Forecast CniBpaUtaon Pi ./
Hill be paid CHI ji.-I < M "
bint.
and Serial Prior* or.
and from Mond.iy 27th instant
Payment will It from 12 0<
noon to 300 p.m. daily.
G. A LEWIS.
Secretary.
178.512n
1.101 OR I l< 1 \M NOTICI !
GOVERNMENT NOTICE

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Dial JTU
tm n ': tar n
-i AvaOahta tat

September
ib a mso
mourn i
It-itlne. I
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4*4
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IM1 Model in good
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IS S Jl -Jn
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OR FXCHANGE O. no.
nl. Guirn,
en liable ).. n>h f,it llv l>|-ll,l
mallor
-on aaai pi t- ricrplioauil *rl
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Jamo> airool
Hill III
TIIK CAMP On ih. !Wa. sx lj.wror.ro
F.-.lv brruli-d Dial I3&1
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Tin; cilXN IH Law

Irom
I .til Sljliei, Waeaoi

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ASrHO C..1H" and Ru - rrd--.-niii.il will rollol
and Neuralgic Palm
1 -t A^PRO
i now a
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!-"> b.iMia bipaor Cjvlo ToloplH-no
sm.
IS I 51 in
I 111 TBICAL
n \iih-.i Bl
Ml( Hummer Day* on
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MADE i<- mmill w I tin ii a day I
HrirU. Pam. Pi

Worhroanahlf imvAl. BTOI
MifTi Strool Tho-io 4U
Hi.l.lHAY nSORTI li...-d l.lo !
f*plrea HANTA HARM
In Caribbean Hn!r If"- <7 per head
rIOTVL in boal roal-
drnllal dUlrlol under Cmm
hi'l fUloa Irnm ISO) per bead per day
SKASIL* INN On Grand Anae Bslhlilg
Beach Rale. Irom M on per heod per
da> Bnqjlrlo* lo D M Sllnar- r.ren.da
M81 T^n
60VERNHENT Mil HI
Attention If drawn to the De-
I ntrol of Drug and Patent
.nid Proprietiuy Medicine Pric
Orttor, 11.51. No 14 which will b-
puUlalMd in th<- Oflldal Gazette
of Thundt] lth Auinist. 1951.
2. Under t hi | Order tl

Alop!:

.. xin
Betaxln
Uetaxin Tablets
K.- nl-pl;iin
Fe ]">l-n impound
.-: "A"
laml
Kaplan Mart and on
Li--..: i Antl i
\. kn Si ,,|. I' .
Pnlatol-philu
'PaJatol-compound
I pound I front
i ted Klnirdoml.
. i.i-i-ini- (from United
tUngdom)
..'^an
i'..Iv'..mh Cai
. datoUd in tin
tv rrom tba Dofance (Control i
. -i Order 1951.
N 1
17 8 511
1WNS .'lima: and Doalt
ana n>-d* and keep ro.il
VTI Da Cnta A I'
Llnlriral Depl II S SI n
AUCTION
I'MiKK Till; KII.VKK
HAMMER
U I -I (.AH
ft. roeommondalion f Uo>da Agent
I Kill 1011 mi FRtnAY '"e ITIfi |D1
Dark CrviUI Sugar
I'RNDUItli linn i
w Airnsi

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II F.I. I'
MitTRif- lanvip- juM nnMid
i Irumni Mathtnea. Iioiu.
neel.. Blurt*. Collar*. Dtoaar. a
DM Imiirr Dial 3*11. Da
Cmla & Co. Ltd Electrical Dopt
II I SI -In ,
I l.li IKK -1 MINI! M\( MINI -
Trie all Electric Machine thai make. Se
iM and Darnina ra.v Dial 3171 Di
i-.-ta A i II Dcpt
ii a si -ar
I Tradort t.id 11.-
Manmnf Co Ltd Si.,-1 HldK llci-
hoad
S P Miiaon Hon A CO II,.dr.-
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ItKWhli: TROTMAN ft VO.
\li' til.Ill IT-
i:\OKR TIIK DIAMOND
II \ MM Kit
i may*: ran kaatnactMl b^ u,
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I Hoau. It..
COMPANION lor middle ..gr la
Good acrom modal ion in pi.-..nut i
tM Apply: p O Boa 143
It I Bl I I
MIS< -FLI.ANKOl'S
OOW
'I'Tli.llLMull On. t. cu II pad wort
ran T Alldrr, Ro.-b1.ck Street Dtal
m ii a si-Sn

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w wiiii io ni i
OLD fBEWINO MA' HIM -
Oood prire* ).....I Apph la Mi.
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VMMIKIIM l-l.AM"
,'... PLAHTt * nigeiii .
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iMah.ifami aa neol
iMahofanyi ifairl
It S SI-In
I'llHII Minus
PURNITl'id i ilU In ma-
Twtn HedatoMdi with Vono
Kprlna* and matreaaea. Droaalnf Table,
a Morrli Chair Phone arT
II I 1 an
Tea cli poe epolo Ua
oayl II eenla per aoale 111
o.ioiMiom charpa II so
-nil i - on 'ondoul.
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i Xuarfaw(
u-aoK^luif,
orriCF. CHAIRS Juit reeetvod a
ahipmrnl ol Office Pottura Cbaira with
three point adjustment Boo them today
a. T Gedde. Grant Ltd.. or Dial 4441
1 I 31 I(n.
I.IVISHK K
The half-tared maro Jewel and a mull
rklinif ponoy AppH. J C Payne, liar-
low. or Phone 33*4 II I 31 3n
POULTRY
Imported White
Three monlha old
MECHANICAL
Alklrr Roebuck
PARI1H Or PAINT HII1IAU,
NOTICE
raraaaM ...... -.i eaioan -.n..-.i
Tender lor St Matthew.' Ch.ipel lt,-.f
' -i 1. Ihe undonianrd up
t.> 12 o'clock noon on Friday. Auguit ll*t
IfcSI fur repaira lo the St. aaatthewi'
t"li;ipol H...I In PtaaWdaaaaa with a iperl.
I .-lion which can be aeon on appUoBllon
i.. ihl. OfBre
The Cliurehwarden don not bind hlm-
aeiT to acropt tba towawt or any lander
and Ulo penon or Firm whoaa tender
mbo
M-
Vaatq itaUot their wiiiman.
C.pt aurrlvihlp for the aallalai Inr. m
lormanca of the work
rKKD J ASHHV
Chur.hBi.rd.
,
Pur<--hial n
RniUlelown
MISCELI^NKOIS
Shopplna Centt
TAKE NOTICE
K-Uk 31 Aa New. price
i dollara Tilt. K-ighta Lid
;itr Pharmacy. II I Si T T N
Da@QDS[l
DRUHS Fltf. empt,- drumo
at t>l SO each Apply II II M.t- A
Co. Ltd IM-i SCOT i. ii M ..
"KaDUE" COS Fire I'jun tful.hr ri
. $T0 OP each
Modal i'- .i w i rh Dial *J7
T Grddci Oranl. Ltd 11 1 II -In
NOTICE
RARnAIXlS
IN THE A l-t *M I Ol HI III Al-I'l M.
Re Harknea anpeB.uaIIen Aet. 1X1
Notue la haraby iiacai Ik Uaau
Gnodliig. an Enainoer. furmerly roai.ling
at FalrvMw. Chrut Church, died aa a
[ reault ol Injunea ualalnod when he loll
' Irom a ladder during hla employ at
Roberta* Manuiarliirinf Co Lai., Bay
Muli.iel and that comptnaa-
tion hag boon paid Into Court
All dependanta of Ihe above-named
A Ionia Goodlna idecea*edi are hereby
requratrd i appear at the AaalaUnl
Court ol Appeal on Wcdneaday the and
rlav of Aunuat. IPSI. at 10 o'clock a Rl
thtled thia 21th day nf July IPSI
A W IIAHI'II*
Clerk. Aaal.at-.tit Court of Appeal
J nn^ni
. Duck* <
FRANCIS rilWAItll ( IIAK,
Deceaaed
NOTICI IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
Knight Ltd
reaTal .
Thai GINF.lt AI- POOtW CORPOIUA-
TtON, a corporation orKanUad and
...-tiT-.a- under Ihe i-w. of I
Iliaare, L'nllad Slatea ot a-h.-iki
v > tiad' ' buiineaa addrCM U HO
rorl Km v..i.
InMO SUtr. Of America. Manufacturer.,
raa applied for the rettaf~
n* in l*"' "A "'
In rcapect of tea and enffee. oa-a -.
| -lor the aame art.
th (torn the I<*lh day of Auui
, ir pern .hall Bl BM ni. a.
in duplicate to me i
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Regl.l
H
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II.IJAM-S
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Ifl I M3r
i 10-DAVS NEWS FIASH
j; Cut Sujar llamlliiMik
I, tManual for Cono B.,H IT H
K .Jrt I Mmg1
U B SPaWCKR- "<* MF-^Hl-
atii aaJIIKm, lloviaeo I

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t; i. ned at
s
t nV!n.r. anjoaj and bRf1l
uour uvefc-endJ and
\ td.--itl* X trau 1'ian by lailtnf.
1()K
Yilflll
KURBICVRAWe alao have 'Kurbl-
- -n -baorbenl dr*a*ln(
T Animala Km|hra Ltd
n a si an
UQUOR LICBtCS APPO t
^ i city
II f 81-1"
RECORDS: Charlie Kuni. Bin*. Swing
. and wa will order for you II we
haven't got It In ttoch A. Barnea Co
Lid. (IT.H-I.l.n.
the eatat.
of the par.-h
in ihi. laland
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TAKE NOTICE
JELLO
r.E-NERAI. FOODS CORPORA-
a i orporalion iHganlied and |
Tl. .'
TION. .. .-_-._.......
.-a nf the Stale ol
Delaware. United State* of America.
o. Itulneaa add re*, la 1
.. I.,,.. New York
,
I
,elaJl..o. Jellk-.. oe.ae.t.. paaddJMJ.....'
.
tt.r one month fr>
Auiuat
|e aome petaon .hall In the
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RATES OF EXCHANGE
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a en
n
Cheque. .,n
| ... ai 4 10 P
Demand
Dram Nl ti'. pr
Siarhi Draft. Cl 1 io P
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..| 11., pr. Currency * "; P
. -,. ll I io-. p
To-Davs (i. A. Sunt;
^
"I Love You". .
I love you I do."
Thai** what every
woman iay when
she iee the modern
Gai Cooker!
i ci
Jlth day of April
mi a tmm loqulrea to .end par-
tirular. of their cUim. duly alteaied X-
the underaigned Mra Nlta McLean Har-
vey Read the qualified eKerulrlx of the
decaaard in cara ol Maaara R S Nlrholl.
* Co Roebuck Streat. Bridgetown.
Solldtor* on or before the fifteenth day
o' September IBM. after which date I
hall proceed to dl.lrlbiile the alaetl (rl
. I among the partlea .ntitled
thereto having regard only lo a.ich aMBM
pf which 1 ahall then have had notice
nd lhat 1 will not be liable for the
v part thereof *o di.tni.ijt.-i
to any peraon ot whote debt or i-latm I
(hall not then have had notice
All peraon. Indebted lo the -.it -lil.
are requerted lo -etlle th-ir ,ndebtodi-a.
without delay
Dated. Ilila ath day nf Julv. IBM
(VITA fete IF-AN HARVEY READ
Qualified Eeciitrn ol the i I
"""" "*"*' Cn" -:.
{Christian Scienw \
Pleading Room >
' 1ST FLOOR, BOWBN At BOKS k
| mroad Sire, li I
I Hour. 10 a m 2pm
A Tuoadava. Wtdneada> i. Frkdnv-.
10 am U oclock Saturd." f
J At thl* Room Ihe Bibla and a.
I the Chilalian Science te.l-boo*
Srienee and Health with e% U B-
the Scripture. b> MAHV BAKEll k.
or purchoaad
. VISITORS ARK WVLCOBU |
^'eVe'e*e'e'e-,-,V*.'e---.'e------'''''''-';.
i; ilndrr the ausplrra nf the j
> Leeward v '.- of ;
J* ( uliur^l BaaaaSHHl
| A LECTURE
v will be given by !
I Mr MONH. Ill T< HIS^liN
S (Librarian, House .,f At--
^ ly, Author >f "Behind ;
I The Mace")
I ~lit CONKAD KI.Hl- hi
S At the WEIOHT8TOWN
I.IRKARY
N MONI'W August 20th
.* illpm
5 VOI ARE (ORDIAI.LV
. INVIII l
I 17 8 51 In.
V*-',*e'e*.*,'e'e*-'e'e*-'-'-'--.'-'- ''- -
GOVKIt.VMEM ,\0TI(F
JAMAICA t.OVI KNMI NI
KAII.U 11
Application faff I'oal of DraughU-
man-Surveyor
oral ara invited from
cjualiiied paaTBOTil no4 OTOff the age
nf 45 years, for the pensionable'
post of Draughtsman-Surveyor Id
the Combtaad Engineer Inn
(Civil A Mech.iiK.iil) Ol
the Jamaica Government Minlway.
J Aj.|ilu;iiits should be abU
i prapan ipadiVailOfBl
for rjuUdUVgl and other Engincer-
itiK Works. BuparvtM the nctual
on or rnlnoi Ennineer-
ii.i; Works, and carry mil levelling
and surveying, and should be
iii.iliii.-il ..mi experienced Ui Me-
chanlcal Dr.iwim: BBd
design bik! be able lo pi. ,
cfianical spechlcnllons
3. The Hilary Is In the iciile
i: 7H5 a year rising by increment
Of 125 to 920 a year. The maxi-
mum salary may be offered to >
suitable candidate.
The appointment will be subject
to the (Kissing of the pfi
medical examination as to physi-
cal fitness and will bfl 00 prabatlOfl
;
4. Applications in wntmr
stating qualifications and BXparl
ltd DB BddraBBBd t.i rn
Oerraral Manager. Jam.i.i i Q
: i Railwaj. and til bt
eaivad up t<. dia 16th of s. pu i
U-r. 1951.
(Sgcl.) E HAMILTON.
Acting Cranaral Uanaaar.
18851-tO
TAKE NOTICE
POST
TOASTIES
Tfeat
l.l-NKKAl I' m ,l.v C i mi-
Be Wi.r...-ADVERTISE'
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
VI \r.K\\OKKS llll'AKTMENr
I'WMIM OF HATER RATES
i ratoi in raasacl of the
.ui.iitei ending 3o:h B> .
1951. .-He hei\'by notnicd Ui.H un-
less ; I lest* tales are paid on or
bafOri the 3IM of August. 1951.
" e Department, as authorised by
Mition 48 of the Waterworks Act
1.HB5-1, may stop the ratal from
flowing into the premises in
; rattan aueta ratoi ua
Hhtr by nitUnfl off the
|:ipe to such permlses. or by such
ttiev may Hunk fit, and
.ke I'UH'cedinKK IO ree.ivei ,,u\
iimounl due.
12.8.513n
LISTS OK I III TORS
AS and when Hie LbM
.iiiblishe.l In .
with icctean ii of tin- Bpada
. .
\ I i A.t. IMI, a b
.if these eli.l.ii.il lists will h
M.ill.ii.le (.i| ..!. ..1 ':
ing prices;
A land *30 (HI
St. Michael (excluding
Btoam)
hurch r.o
Hemainmn ..nisiiimn
2 4i aach
Individual .iistru t N
Anplicatninv IhOuld DC
the Qoionlal s. ratan
M\IKs|n M ( VMItKllif.l Mil \l RXAIfllNATIOrag -lMM
\ 11 OYEUI \-> -i in mii ii .inn \u BXAMINATtON
All |-



(ill i
01 .111
.ill! I
buUm rtattJ
candidates who will be
ination in Deo -

Th.it Then i-.-<
not qualify thaan t-> ra-antai In IN I
.
1951 but who an raol I
a Dora i95i
tniut flr.^r

lion lo

if the llirih 11 i,

9th August :
SHIPPING NOTICES
/I .1 .Nil
I IM.....
tri'LII ATIONS in.m Sanitary Inapeelars and Ke'lslered Nuraes
lllosplUI Trained) for Course of Trainmr at the 1'iiblir llr.ilth
Training Centre In Jamalei.
Applications arc Invited from Sanitary Inspectors and I!,
Nurses (Hospital trained! who are willing to he MM
vanced courses which are expected to last alioul eleven and ton
respectively at the Public Health Centre in Jamaica
Applicants should apply In writing ln-fore Ihe 20th August
lO the Director of Mi-.in al Seivm OovarTUnanl lluilding'-
The Wharf, and a full curriculum vilae nmtld bl in. hide.I in
the application. The scholarships for these COUrMB, if 10011
vide:
(a) Free air passage to and from Jamai. a
(b) Subflsti'tice allowanre at the rate of $4 80 per night. 1.
married, or $2.40 per night, If single
(c) Travelling expenses in Jamaica at the rate of $14 4i> |
month
(d) Contingencies at the rate nf $4 80 par iiimith
3. The scholarships win only be granted on the (olkrwll
dltions
la) That the Commissioners of Health agn. tn pa\ t. th.
officer, oil or hei -,dai> while absent 00 stud.'
leave, where Ihe ppllconl i mplOfOd '" UK ''
missioi.. i
(h) That the officer seUeted agrees to entet a DOOd 10 con-
tinue in tin- -crvit'e ul the liiiiiliiivsniii.i 01
other body or Board in the Island traMN function is ti
administer Public Health
4 8 51 -3n.
TAKE NOTICE
GRAPE-NUTS
That OaWCKAI. FOOIaS CORPOHATIcIN .. .ory.i.i
under the Uwa of the Stale of Dela-.n. I lad Btal I
'ddraaa I. BO Park Avenue. Now York Now VotB
Amanro, felanufacturets. ha. applied for th- iegi.in.tion of a t
"A .f lie*inter In reaped of cereal fooda. and -ill ba -
alter one month Irom lit* lath day ot A.aguai IPSI. untew.
dime give notlca In dupllrate to me at mf ..I'l.r ol
Tha
Hated thl. I
i Say of Angii-i lati
II Wlli.MMs
Mefll. ,1 !( Tl '
IH I SI In
TAKE NOTICE
Thai CONTVNBNTAt. FOODS, U*C a corporation
oh- Male of nelawaie. United Stale* of America, whoi
la Ism Hudaon Klreet. Hoboken. New Jcraei I Ufa II
1 "*" ba" applied for tha reglatralton of a trade mark
I ("-tatuffa. Including anup< and inare-lienl. 01
v-
' -ftel
M.....Oat
.fflce

t .

i, .,.
gfaaa ..f Amartta u^nufai
In Part A of Reataf r I
aoiipa. aiHl v
i,, .a August
rale In me at
-.
s PORT FAIRY" ..
..II fraaa H.d..trl June SSih Ii..*... J
;nh. Macka- July KHh. Hi i
I
BB at Trinidad S.p-
ti mltt-r ath. and Harbado.
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ar further lnforamtlon apply to
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APPLY:DA COHTA A CO. LTDCANADIAN StRVUK
ending under the lawi ol 11
lulled St.it"
*>oae trade or huilneia addreaa la
Park A......io. New York. New York
L'nlled Slate, of A'-
ho- appli-l fat the ..^.atratlon ol J
trade mark In Part A ol Ri
...p.--t o( gaaajkl BMakl, and will BS en
titled to regl.trr the mf after on
nonth Irom the l#lh Bay o
A iguil 1SS1 unloia aome p.-t
U~n mean.....
I., me at mi -IT.tr of oppoallbou ot BHM
-k can b
-on on appiieaiwai Jt my afflca.
D't'd "ii" '*' '* "' Auguit. ISSl
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Applt H W. Webator. O
IS YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT INCREASING?
Did you save as much n> you it Ui Ipata i turlrui tha p i
How much have you nvao In tha paal t.ve ..- tm ft a
If your savings plan is boutni 00am. yotl nee inethofl- soinclhniH along tin linei of a Sun Lit. tMf
Policy.
Start saving Ihis sure way to-day.
SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA
Mo
. It M. JONES & COMPANY LIMITKIe-
Keprcsenrar.ii < /or Harbadoi.
Oahrlcl Cnngulve*.. Jnr ,|
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raoTi:> l
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Ml\III FKAMIIISr,
BILL
'iv BntttOd by Uie l^-g-

th Afnra uriat..
tain place on Saturday. 18th
August, by the .
BAKHA1MIS WORKKRS-
I NTtlN
has been postponed until
s\ll RDAV. 25th August.
at I 31 p m
CHILDREN PLEASED
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ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE
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I'M.I I II.Ill
It Mill Umis MiMH \ II
SATIKDW aUGUST i
England Collapse For 194 Runs
Compton Hits 73: sjarfisi, n. Windumnk Drub
Melle lakes 4W ftfe s-W" Queeng Six_Qne
ill,.... tinr Ovm CmtiMtet) Island Brul \a\\
LONDON, Aii-fusl 17
.
Africa in id. *.,.''. rand
QghtJi H Compton, iaB n,9
unble to within eight runs of South Africa's Aral i;'! Knm-k-
inninc* total <>f 2U2. Ami hut for a n '''V^.k ;SJ"","'" hov-
cwMti Compt.m and Wataon < IM whii h resulted In Wataon SSrSiVS,^SmimS^tS^
: run out when well sei, England miRht have heir captam WHm .
a substantial lead. Carmichaei at the an
---------------- Al II IS, South Allies have lo-t *"" Another larirr
-- -->. three seroiid inning* wick.: Karncs.
\\ I I **.*. o4attl*fi urtvAncini- fl* and The SUrnsn goals were BBOl*d
? V>JI I*. IX f. It I 9 ao handle. .,,, iK.^.th
h, open Warren PnylUj (handle
II ION I I'lY apton who was last out gave "
In League
u ,,*. iii.i. Wmmlt in,.
n ulii.ll !', Mnrrhiill .'!
Wakou. ,eiKrling ,.
'.
mnrnim lain MUCH
I im taW |, ,.f I
mm m....... : I '"'> "" "l' *'"'
-.ecutive overs during which
! .
Sot
mit<. in gett

. .
I ,x ooejg to on
Triangular Schooai Tournament
1 i yaatarday evei
Throughout the am the Windward Islands had the edfie.
They sent in the first three goals in the firs! AftCCti minutt s
nf Ine e.ame Their oantra-forward Franklyn was evccllent
and made use of nearly *"veiy "pporiunit' givem nun. He
did not only depend on paaaei nut [ought iall and
jmsitinned himself.
a whiU- the H 1
netted W*n<*> ",i"" '" **" nalan
v.. one. Both right winger Auk i
o. a
(ionibniiurc
Baal The \a\>
COnBBUtEM SCHt>IL <-
feated a lum fioiii the l! II I
BklHirv Bay by 82 runs in a
cricket match ai Ceanbea
i Coinbarmara
. wickets,
declared, and bowled out the
for 58 runs.
.. r ; ..<
>lning hit had an cut
.. during .i stay s<" Mympbi Becti Williams and "'" "* bvb good
lasting ttiree and thi ado* each, perfci it* especially
.- ,,f The otlMM game "f the alter- ,nok iBm* """'""a''' etveej arwl w-
ha could float no one to noon was between an lsla '"' naarla all m.
^^,.s with him long enough and and li Ms Uigbie v t001*-
wrhen Mellt- came on with ih Ba] l^rhados won eightone Windwwd I land custodian
nam ball at 173 for six he quicki> For Hariwtd.-.. r.i-orfrey Jordan R*vira savad atn mab **U n<
lint shed off the innings, taking scored three guals. Billy ani rllecU|d BMn BOOd shol
.he wicket* of Bedser and llren- Frankie Manning two each an l 'v,l,> UUStB hy the Queer' ( ..i-
- s.e over t aroulng analyms Of four tor rskM. goal naj Mnl in t>v j. C Woodjow "" S|I|,,V SSBfa always writ
The St.irtlsh-Sen Nvmphk gam. POBttWnad 1" ward "(I attacks.
II WMU tn.-lincl lo u-- Skipper 'Bud" I. who ph.vi
muddled wt navarthati ,h^ h-rt wing ret
axdUoa. &*. Nvmj.hs wer* ihe t-'"11**''. w** ahout the most oul-
llrat U> loora, li-tly William* "''fiding for nil I
I'muij .,n acgrcssive ran., t"^1 beautifully when ever ha
IhroufUll MM he, t*.ra out In "" '"" - B.-hu, mYaVnot
rbtn .no ,rrrrt ml-w ""'< forw.rd Th, Vlhr U.m.in lo S
Ihrwtk ll. n| (alt s..... " ouutwidlng in lhal ~ M
mjghl tack and luO b..|ore hulf P"ln ""> !" w'U" <>' iiuiub. no 1
'"""' ''!' KWUlMi '' r.-himn,-, whkn J*. ,,, ,e shl].
Soon arr rMumptlon of play l>*' ''<<- ifrlaln (oali worn
lylli. Chandler main srorcl and ,<"""" ""
hicc^uarterb way Ihronuh Iho h ranHlyn Kerad four loala for
.(I half Dorottiv Wanon . I Wln,lwar,l Illamta. The olho
l Out Of 20
9wiflfl fitaalalllill
K 17.
Thursday's mass Trans-channel
gfcghtiaa al tna
tad from
to scrafn-
! |
BO l.ole.1.
' saaa was
.\ hin he
isaaaad, Eileen
woman to
was only
Llaa off shore.
The judges of the race con-
| pt's giant
Miirrch Hassan Hamn
as <>ni% one minute In what
mounted to a 25-milr duel with
I r la Morn
ad got 1.000 and 1-e
her as the
'
nadian housewife
L500. All other flnishers got
I p

gflL) .ifivan-
TlOBt of t
'
1 -s When S^mth Afrir.. hatted
Ume tha wicket baaafl
made in 75 minutes. again SI rt dried out hyilis Chandler ngmn cored and -n
k an aarjj blow b, hree-ouarters way Ihioiiuh the
u 11. . al IS Laki
Yesterday's
Weather Report
I rasa Rainfall: :i in.
Total i:mil ill for month up
lo d.tt- LSI inehev
IIil'Iic.1 lenips-rsture: 86.5"F
Lowest IrmP'Titutf; 76.5*r'.
Wind Vi-liM-ily: 13 m.p.h.
Karumeler: t9 a.m.) 29.937;
'3 p.m.) *!9.*83.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
VACANT POST
Relief Marine Officer, Trinidad Government S
Port Services Department

Hob i '
Board of Jam.,.
value Issued by a comas",
any part of the Commonweal! I
Id have had expi
oeuvrinn of lugs.
The salary of the post is m th.
annum but the successful candidate- eftM
at a point commensurate with his paanii
Mime allowance of |tfi pi
on salary o* $2,400 per annum and *3u pat -
alary in excess of S2.400 per annum.
but in the case of officer"- recruited from OVt rseas an allowai i
'..
officer who rents unfurnished quarters and an BUOU
dilterence iietween 10-H of the salary and '<'
of furniture supplied In QtlVOilUMnl tun
an ofTlcei quarters Al1'
are subject to a maximum of $50 per month for Biari
aridas ith him or wo par
officer whose family la
an unmarried ofllrer.
> , ,r saaagaM arlll '<< proa ided at >
for Ihe officer and his family not exceeding Bvi
,.-.t t free paHages on leave for th* officer, his wife
a maximum of three adult fares.
The successful candidate arDJ be .iiipui-.'. |
years in the first instance, subject to hi
Hon. and will lc required to conlnbuV to Uv Pund.
Applications giving full particular^ ol *
en.e. together with cerldtcat'-s nni UaRlnioadala should be .
to the Honourable the Colonial flatISlaiJl Ti:"i
later thai tha 7;h of September. 1951.
18 8
ho did H well iii the (list ""' lhlrd goal for Starfish. Sea lwo ahi were sent in by AugUSb
ad up 1 ''' warruunon, The lone goal
of Vati Rynaveld and jf" pad naai tha end ol puu* [or17u/
laavblSj rheethnm and ]|' afa good pasi " N- **w**
Ichfu] Brie Rowan lo pies end scored with a quick forcing Th aamo began

m*S Collegi v> li netted by
tru-ik four .'

Combaraaara, L Bu
ur*-i :
and WUl ' jrceck
| .
actively.
runs.
Km Marshall SI
I
defied th.
Hum lev bowlers. He
to minute* before being Ibw la

ley lost 6 .* icketa f''i 146 tuns
Roy Marshall captured 4 wickets
for 52 runa including U
of Bruce Pair uideau for
There
Hall l^ine whi
hum" l*i Church. The latter won
the to*, and pul I
- gat Wnicott and
Topham opened Ihe Innlngf, and
inllllanl retui
!
with ihe -core at 30. I it



bowled bj Rdmundaon
in >t al in: for h wickal
aaon afU H
.it. li un |
aftai ''.
r i hi) for wkl
K. Houlkei i iptured I

,ui tii

and carry on the strug
carry c
ii-d Klands defer
S
ith \v 11
UV
U|
'
lUnrvlfl 1. A
Lah<-r l>
Hiu.kir<
Mr Up
. llrdwi .

I'l.tibb
14
\>
i Ntitrvrta
-." i n .i i l. i -md
H Rndrnn I l> n>drr
H Van livn.\.i(1 Ibw Ijiki-r
.
:t
I '
Iwr 3 wku I ...
IMiwi im; X'. U rW
. -hot from Sturlish had the bettei* of Ihe re- northern goal. Alter only a few
ites play Auguata ran down
lhag could not incriaaai Ibalr leao ""' *h*i Jl"1 centred. Franklyn
who was running in, took
SECOND fJAMIi "me shot which eeenplete.
(ibbims. the Quaan'i Collew
II MS His bur > H*> put up a custodian.
game peaMtuutaca against the v. tads gof ihaii
narbados team. It was one of the aaCOOd god afttc Referee < i,',i I
strongest Naval teams to have awarded them .i tree kick inside
even! vears. All the penalty area. After the kick
vers were good'swimmers. WflS taken Warrlngton got hold
They could handle the ball well "i the ball and pushed it out of
nd their passing was accurate :'"' inches of Gibbons. Wirwiward
The BartSBdM team howevei lalaBda I Q lefB 0
right in Ihe middle of their season,
lU on ti|> top condition. third *!
They kept upa cont.nuou, bom- S( .fwrw^rrf, . third gflal
bardment of Navy s goal through- ,n out the match, and several Una- ,:. M|t ir , ,h(. ului|)
Navy | goalkeeper brought oil vponsible for the llrst goal.
- K"xl saves. Pr... ,r< urn Augusle. on the right wing.
received s p He centred right
the Barbados eaam( aapaclally
Hi' iii I l. ai troiiK aim
ix iif Ihe eight goals were COP
during this half.
The Referee was Mr. li 1'iiicr

The Qi
d Franklyn made
no
Cricfoi GoifMi
Rmume To-day
reak "i two Saturdaj
" "......",: and'M
|U DOJ i ..il M
I) I
Worrell I Hi
prank Worn II
Indian professional, -dii I4i nol

|
i lm He hil
B t'.ui " and has aa
i '
.
Achong also p
halt canturj mark. 1
tdl 'Hie. (..
the three scored US rum between
ihem
Kamntlhin I Hickei^
I: .li..n WS
who had u wtrk-j
eta for 3
gornu I
race for 100 wickets with 85 at
10 run-
Kan Richards playing fut Dar-'
' > among the

The West Indies xi enjoyed
theaneeh i thwich u s run
alnat tha laeal club. Bai-|
iing for |W0 and | half hOUra th
W*e I !.- ' I Tried at 180 fur t
wickets, Potor Wight a |
tuilnga aeored 102
n Wi eki i a i
boundary for KM. J. K H
Walcott > .is 40 not out* Empire is In a good position
:t.( North-)to force : m i . (-: r<
111 due i.'t V M.H.C. scored 81 and BBttpira "'- ; ".
bj Rainadhinl deelnred their first innings close*' l," l'y
The teams were:
Slarlioh; P. Uiwrence. D. War-
ren, f. Carmichact (Capt). Jan- 3
i Chandler, P, ChawUar, c Mai '
Kinnoii and J. Hill
Sea Nymphs: A. Eckstei..
(Capt), m. Knight, T. Brawsat, 9 "IH lluJ Mf ,;'" ''"'"'" "" '" l
, -. | get brin f*?' '"" '
and p, hlahon l,,K 1"1'''1 I.....
HMS nlabury Say. I'. F F.anklvn sent in the I.....th'
Harding il <; Kay. s. Willis. Mi. RL-1| for windward Island
i College forwards
he attack. Their
efforLs were rewarded when R. N.
Lea, at inside left, netted from
lose range. Windwnrd islands
Queen*! Collate i. Half time
ind the .ore UJietunged,
The see;.imi hall resumed with
i Sollege team sttai b>
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Mi
i. lili.. .....a
mm*i
te-i-i
I..H latlni aii Hie rulfl" .
i UUri niM-ios
nfi"> ". >M'"
p..... I Mil ll-nk
..lUin - I i" I
imi.....iii mi on isio
I.II. I'lu.
'-IK. I.el
Oh'. tt8
^ iw.n li
cough'-
dos Ain<)8 QiwniHid
dooi; A.noag -htnbnog ajeun-io^
luajftoij ijiim ai||oq noA i<
. soi-ot pou uiOJjAiuiopAiqoniap
j sq ||i-a uixjt ajBBjL
NV<19Vol 9NUI5X3 SIH1
NIKS mOA S3AI0 dVOS 1N0 A1N0
i*?*f^vp
n*>H>' Hop*
H> tOuld fifC tomrthtnt to 'CdeM
. aUtag tfifWl .
Rheumatism. Ankles Puffy,
Backache, Kidneys Strained!
ftM *,.
Xubes'.
g*-(.'fjr onr-t'
lOOlVJ anJ lh*C wrflCnttf
im-as. Bark-at ha. Lay Palnx, a,ollan .IiiiUi.
KhBaMMIiani. llunans I'auif. Hi
A*-mil. or Loa. or Ki\i*y anal (,.| oM) I*
loro your llm-i. Kid).') TTCOkM i- Id.- InM
WraM tmxla and drink-i. *am. J.l. .r
flit Bla't EbBVV -.tr-Of. on rSBT kl.ln...
SO that llr runctlon poorly nn4 n.r-l h.li.
\o pro-Mil- purifv > our btoua r.n-1 m.liiuin
hvsllh nrl Hffir. m ~Lnr ~
Help Kidneys* Doc for'. Way
irial quick and aura i- In h>li
nys clean nul --a ,..ivn.. *>..
artUt a avicaunolU- prapar**! pn
No BenefitNo Pay

Cystexj
N ft Y S
O D f g
RMIUMATISM
K. Willi. (Cant) P. Jackson. A
l Woodroof.
Barbados: a. Weathmhead,
[Cap! i T V. ai wood, (* Evelyn, K
m.uniug. u. Manning, <: laraan
Browne,
Tonight "a Matches
ict.reu.a
it on Uiel
doit re-I
i not .mil
a lour liist
follows :
Spartan at the T11EKK will U' tui> |
polo matches tonight at
V \1 KG, ul Bank Auualic Club. These matclie
in preparation for the fotii.-
CarlUm visn f two teams of the llorba-
.. Ctmibl'nrieTC . w.it. r Polo AsMxiation
Tiinldad next month. The
... ,. .... malflirs will be played by llootl-
.i .u*TV nnB.' SC"a*l and a dan,.- roU
hi ihli i lea of senior ,,mM
Inn will open then MCOnd innings n* n s game.
The teams are-
Ladies Team "V\ A. Mtata
F Cailllhlhaal. I> Warren.
Kniuhl. J. Hill. M. Taylor
I i i ile. Roi

a and Marshall I.
Indie-, XI pit
Bum
local te
"I '
.di.ii* look!
!
a,i
Ihe',
had scored 98 for the
m Of S wktfl In their second
v H P.C havsj lost sm
i
.idles Team B". It Hunts. 1)
Johnson. J.
Chandler,
Chandler.
Gale. T. B^OWne, 1
'. Hiteher. and Jean
Men'* Team V A Weather
Wealheihe.il. T. Yen
WILES WINS
..in
polios made Ha In theil
re II f-i, the lo of I artctoata. *N ^Hlo and iv "tonnjag
At the Oval, PlckWlCk are 110 rn > "B P I
In ihe limb Singles, Hnals of for the leas of I wickeU in answer Kvelyn, B l^ttanon. O. McLean
merhayes Tennis Tour- to Comb-ernteieV 185. The hoRH O BaanlBtaT, K luce. BBO I
namenl. 1). W Wiles l^-al V II it. might hav to be content Foster.
Sty 6J; 04. wBh ksad Itefense Mr. 1'eur l.
ninuti'S later. Jl
j.oced shot in the
Ihe gotil AugliM'
the llflh goal atlC
across the
was rt- 11
lefi cornei <
then BCOrefl
Ihe ball wai
Thet,' mera. fo a CO10
* (ban Sniffle,)
COUGH
LOZENGES
He
omplelel)
< half bacba
at Oabbona
na ilaM, Abet I
bclore thr blow Off Bla I
the sixth goal for hli b
.....s a/are u [ollowi
Wiraawjrd lilanda: Rlvier..
Balrd. Sandy Drake*. Mclntyn
Capt., Andarrson, Auguste, Frank-
l>n. Moore. WarringU'ii
l.lwm.
Oueen'-. College: Gibbon-.
,,i

rlth Ai.
- ralkalu
Alka-Sf.it-!
laajredleoti
ga*Hfir a< idity BaBSOB .n-alga-aic
for aoMliing licsdacne'i.
Have libs ssWara/
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M-M7-*
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II '* lfa*v r#*g,#g"g-e'a/ inn
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SATURDAY
September 15.1951
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