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I M.I 111.111 i: Mill \lin-. ADVOCATE 11 i SDA1 vi i.i ST II MM Windwards Hit 61 Runs In First Innings Q.G Repl) With 118 : [RST CRXKE1 Qtv liana. I al, was* bowh-cj 1 % % %  %  %  % %  %  %  %  MORE MONEl FOR \LFRFI) VALENTINE Bamm Club To Tour St. \ inn-ill LONDON. tE JAMAICAN GOVERNMENT, with %  h) aaed ioda; I %  payment ol LSSG to crlcketei Alfred Valentin .,r, Piarv fmm %  %  i' Wind%  l %  1 %  %  %  H %  IB r li la> %  %  1 %  Run Out %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  I Bm lei not %  tered un%  %  %  void. nil i i i p %  ; ,. i li UUp : • I b Phillip. i JcKon. i> 1 %  %  J %  Til a %  > 1 ..II. 1 It.. 1 %  Javknu %  i . B lb* BH %  *"|i 1 %  %  %  %  %  %  . I I %  %  I Phillip.' %  %  %  %  i %  lit nt thil \ %  it A %  D %  Skiyi, %  %  %  Last Man (locfa Bhilllng* % % %  %  ft W The I in %  w Ibol left I' h;inn< : LtBCk for r %  Comi. %  %  >k %  but m •' %  MM B I iium i tin MM %  .i iefc> I off A Uk end -, . '• MI Itnprt /' numnitHH' i li I.I wlckel %  %  %  He made S3 out of i total <r. Hoi W County Surin. ,i fOK the first tirr>e m Conference rath | up 40 years, Wellington wa PARIS. Aug. 20. y that a Bl| Three 'iiifcriitti' %  -. %  I, %  I-, : M,*. than later in ii by a French In other Eoaliah Fus: F %  reign Office bpokt iintis t,i-da.v wen Frenoh FOrelgll Minister Robert aa follows-*;, human will leave for the U.S. by air August 31 or September 1 1,1 l-ord'i jnd after spending one day in I and 2 for no wicket; ..„ h „ New Y ork or Washington will leave for San Francisco, the | urge to be U] l| mi Kent 147 and 120 %  n eon b) 10 ture vs. Surng Deri ---hire 171. 218 tor 2-wicket*: linn dolnf 240, No play owing to ram i.n ..i srMfeaU i i *•a-i %  %  O M ii i at H..I-.I a i u (ford li O Sorrrr Ri'sttits D -< in :I-IT i i \*.i iiir DIVmOM %  %  %  I 1 -ttrtir* Ii Ul, ,.,,|| o T,. DlllMl*" %  I I Ah.nl,. n Q.,.... li Moiilul I out leg : scoring II %  %  III Lead Pickwick On let Inninga %  the Piekwick-F> criekm mal Dt4 on Sai%  i I betting iir-.t ..... ... .( %  || while Mi Joni i %  h ketg i"i 18 i II when etumpi aran %  %  i replied -.Mill %  tu J Oreluun SO, Mr Joen not out M F" b •i,,. aemi %  i I %  •luii match inch %  i aneeissbrous-h 1 Moltsnluim II |-.(, IT IVif 1 I mouth T erraan n 1 %  %  1 i i %  Wi I', ,lc-t I *. I 1 Mali-). I i RU | %  let •Ji ii Cheltrnhnin < ilmiresterahir II '.i U wieketl declared; ; %  | n-tckotl Match i Weston' %  380. .i:m !..r 7 wiCki Bu) Ml 110, 120. %  i,v 362 runs. Warwick! vs Northants ut vnti w ir* Icka 430 tm f> wieketl declared; Norihants 117. No play owing to rain Mated spokesman said. If the San Francisco meeting .pening September 4 last* longer expected, the Hig Three Giamniwm •oreigw Ministers may hol.i their conference there staruuHaneousty rather ihan going to Vaahlnglori as atheduled" he said. The Rig Three Foreign MlnllteTI Conference is now scheduled lo m In Washington September. .... followed by the Atlantic Pact] Council Meeting in Ottawa Sep-1 tember 17.—U.Pnr E.ijoy the heipitality. comfort and thoughtful ssrvice which have made MA "first choice" ef veteran travelers the world ovor NEW YORK UfEKlCAN COLI M\ tram rarr ; pin-up girl i. n mav be i-uaic-r I cane to nmhu Maud whj rearmament u so aloe Heat Hit*. Them Till HI VI iWfU %  until the town banned Ihe water | '.' -I'd to look al I mometet lo know thai 115 Said t^\ The bl I husband* crazy, Cutalde my office I see a cna 'lie cherjaaa agatnet hu I ihcin "' Stars Dim tlul THE A'I refuse to go li the • so who cheated in aa i The culprit* includemost of the lars of the football lew in the country. will probably wreck thBui the other %  those players are allowed to remain most of us will ra What's In The Put OI'OSSI >| RCI\--I~ beef in St patOI %  pound opussum mast eo four-poun the fish, the lish hauled hun ami his rubber boat and outboard motor many miles out to sea. Finally Dnrmetko cut the Una. LONDON NOW SEEDS ONI \ FOLK DIVERS (By Mil I II HI MOM) %  i secretary of the selecOldfleld. last water |" %  wmmets lor the Lc.nduti-P Mat in Bei lin on Septcnil>er I and 1*1 %  %  rtii travel eta UM HI I k l.f H I %  the RussLm zone. p|l ver would be %  nut they ag another i • rives all i %  %  %  ea County player nd Derek 'Mark (IV. ..,! 11 Ina neai M and a good fighter. Share Kl must out%  Ht, b D bull) and landa Kl I Um Baldwin (Penguin) and Ri n %  ik-c-konham) —nne-tlmo i %  — will at ti king over %  %  tnt %  ...list Bertha other In the Parta i-ns in the %  bnlc) will %  technlc). —I..E.S would not "ink Ha roared all i fhl A boat f iind h %  . ITS s.,„ i„ r bl ii'i Inn! in P I.I III1 ISIOM • %  %  .-k I Dui ..,.!,. Ul 1 i si MM i i tm i m\ s in %  %  %  '. ; Slm-kpnrl Count) O Roth I i c i. FIRST PRACTICE MATCH ON THURSDAY The following will take pert Li %  i jo BrlUah i waited l> %  Huiila i;' "i' '"w ", >P k a i lo itinut Bo i %  1 v Shil%  !M Rolle Morjgul w %  Q Li p ilk I %  M.C.C. BEAT ALBEKTA ALL STARS !:'.r. ; : : ~V"'"~ i w '""' : '"' %  H U Branker, %  Mklnaon C Atkini Hradshaw. A HoWi i ( 1 Rugby Results LoN'DON. Aug. ^J if Rugby Laag Bntun U •• • Kingdom follows: — 12. Hull 21. Bnnaies 18, 12. Donca a tet 10, S. Faalhenton in.illHornets t liull Klngaton Hovers W, Cai llfl II Hun li • 19 Keighlca 14. Uv tl Oldham f( rd Northern 7 Salfonl 17, Satlaa i arid a II, Bt 1 ena 20. Wigan 19. Whit.-' Workington Town York 9. Su.nl..-. I | II, Huddarafleld B M U.P. WhalV On Today Victorian Exhibition at Barbados Museum 10.00 a.m. i nun ol Chancery 10.00 a.m (uurt of Original Jurisdiction 10.00 a.m. Police and Petty DvM Courts If 00 a.m. Crlrkel (Windward Ulsnds Hi Quren's I'ollege at Harrison College) 1.30 p.m. Meeting of the Legislative Council L00 p.m Meeting ol the House of Assembly 3 00 p.m. m on. II.. oaaasw" — t ho*-* Ir-'in Mia ii'iind-lnp E efaol fr. S All PAA /Itffhfs (o New Ynrk now land at Idlrwild Airfxirt instead uf La Guardta Fi. I.I. MIAMI Daily fltghu-non-.top Mr San Juan. Special lK-Dav Round Trip Escunion Fares now in eBect ST. cnoix ST. THOMAS Frequent flighls bv iwift Convairr>pa Clipper-. Convenient dep.ii lure rhnea. You can now "fly PAA*" lo Kl'ROPE, SOI TH AMERICA. AFRICA. MEXICO, the FAH EAST-la fact, completely aroun.l the world. For 22 years the leading international airline— PAA was first to link the Amaricoe by air. flril to fly to all six continents. For wtrwHoiiM. ui your TnnW Agent er Y'.',*,-.-.-.' -------'.'-***-'-'-*-*--*-'-*-*-*-',*-*-*,*-*-*. PAN AMER [CAN HftXtll I///H tt\ DeOOSTA A CO.. LTD. Broad Strrel — Bridgetown Thone M22 (After Business llaurs *.I03) '.VAW/,',V,y,WAW/ I BLACK, WHITE LACE MANTILLAS for church or as nn accessory for evening wear $3.25 each Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street Th. ' '/'' I 'P •'"' '"• lns al llfl TJ I I .CP' I 1 I U Do ] /ex ime J immy I brio i TRy OM ONE OF \l A *" AS UlC e yaiy THEM TMRiy-'-.viV • yl HOSE-HERE J&R ENRICHED BREAD %  !* V Wax llAi.WtTit ii vno> SUPPLYING ALL THE VITAMINS YOU NEED 4.00II I OH Mil miOl I PAMIL1 XOTICE JUST OPENED . ENGLISH PRESSED GLASS 14 PIECE FRUIT SETS DISHES BOWLS BUTTERS SUGAR CREAM JUGS VASES IN AMBER 8c SMOKf. COASTERS & ASH TRAYS HARDWARE SUPPLIES DIAL: IUIS Itickcll SI. OUR CUSTOMERS ABB ASKKD To NOTI: THAT OUR WORKSHOP \\T> SERVICING IIKPAHTMKNTS WILL BE CLOSED FROM MONDAY. 3RD. SEPTEMBER AND WILL ItKOPKN AGAIN ON MONDAY. 17TII. BEPTEMBEB, I9.il. SO AS TO KNABI.K OI'R PERSONNEL TO I1AVK Till lit ANNUAL LKAVK. OUR <-\S<7LINK.~SPHAVpAi\TIN(; PARTS* AND A0CR88OROt8 DEPARTMENTS WILL HE OPEN COR BUSINESS \s i si \i COI IMISY WHITE PARK ROAD t.AHAt.i: — DIAL 4616 BMWflflflflflU flfl flflU fll ll" imi)' ri't-fin-ti nt'ir a tmak m nl:GALVANBRD COBRUC VTSO SHEETS 0', 7'. 8' X 2' QMffl GALVANISED NAILS — all siicj EXPANDED METAL SHEETS I ;-. 1". 2", r Mesh •POI1.1TE" FLEXIBLE FLAT ASBESTOS CEMENT SHEETS 4' X 8' Kl $6.40 Shri'l "LVER1TE" CORRUGATED 8HERT9 6', T, 9'. 10' Lciielhs WILKINSON & II.WMS (IL LTD.



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It B&DA1 U (.1 *T 21. 1551 BAMtfMM AiiVtK iTK PAOi nmuE Bissell Offer* To Speak For //.G. Sugar Workers GEORGETOWN. B.C.. Aug. 18 With i*g*t i % %  divided by the nv..!: between Ihe two strongs**, of %  ml Trade Uniom cottri the n i engaged in the Indttftry, ijr>our Commissioner William Bisse' clfically offered run. I termedlary on be-half of workers in ihe hope of end inn strikes of a wildcat nature, which during thi< week halted sugar production on four Berbitc sugar estates, and in Ihe hope of permitting a conference to begin to iron out grievance thai With sug.r product lagging behind targets, the high coat of living Mid with wage* falling much behind, bed labour situation in the industry in British GufaiU, uhu-h is of grave ... Indeed, the lav., wid (a nationally recO| group of twelve people In an industry c*U) form :i in to have ie\p£&ty, Geologist For Antigua B.C. On Look-out Foe Missing U.S. Pilot GFXJHGETOWN. B.C. Aug. 1)1 A countrywide lookout for a missing United Stated Air Porte pilot wag last night afli % %  Radio ZFY R | the Instance of police had i public help in th search. The nnouncement said the pilot l.lnvd Albert w.. dead In June IMO after leaving Atkinson Plaid to the interior. rib reurUtel In the US, have recently heard lie wai m British Guiana In November '" Demtaei m he may o> me of the ct imu > victim, of nmnesia. A picture of Lloyd Albert can he seen in any police station in the colony or at any District Commissioner's office ", ihe Colonies about bUlty of sending one of its ships to these parts The period over which the trawler Will remain in Trinidad waters will depend upon the result! of its operations A survey made In 1942 revealed that the concerniratton of fish in theae waters btei thnn elsewhere, in the Caribbean, but not sc great s |n northern latitudes, French Count May \\ ork In Brazil CANADA. Aug. 20 m IX' Bernonville, ihe convicted French collaborator Dad out of Montreal on i the midst of deportation accept a job in Irani, and not return to Canada. Hi* lawyer. Jacques P-er ra ult, said "fairly interesting thai l>e llernonville 11 the offer of a position Brazilian firm, which ho baft re Upswing here. The French nobleman who wa sentenced <* %  death la aientia by i h Goveciu ujeji t for aidis during World War II hoarded a KLM Royal Dutch Airlines plane on Friday with a oneway ticket to Rio.— V.T. U.S.A. Helps With Housing Problems irfMi Oar 0*n <*rTfaa>a*ali ST JOHN'S Antigua. Aug. 16. In connection with the Antiguit lousing reconstruction programme a Point IV project Agreement has been entered into between the Government of Antigua and lite Technical Co-operation Administration of the Government of die United States of America. Th<* Agreement provides for a cooperative project to be undertaken by th* two parties In the Held of housing in Antigua. The Technical Co-operaUon Administration will arrange with the Government of Puerto Rico to assign to Antigua a technician who will render advisory services to the Government of Antigua in respect of housing. The Administration will pay the salary and allowance* of such technician and Ihe cost ol transportation of the technician and Frig household and personal effects between Puert,* Itico and the Leeward Islands. The obligation* assumed by uv Technical Co-operation Adminlstrslion in this respect are limited to MJOO. The United States Government will also arrange with the Governmenl of Puerto Rico for the latter to moke available in Puerto Rico to personnel from Antigua training facilities "nd opportunities for observation of housing practices in Puerto Rico. On Its part, the Administration of Antigua undertakes to make available at its expense office accommodation, clerical irtalT, the cost of communications and transport The Agreement will remain in force for a period of two yeiir*. from the SOth J-ne. 1951. RATES OF EXCHANGE t'OVST CANADA lalaf WUnSi.-Ji (htoaet on Dan Siglu lira ItSl 1 On the question of increased subsidies, the statement pointed out (Jut such a policy would be doubly wrong. Money spent on sabsidies i money lost to the country. It would be only aendIngj more of ihe people'" monei out of the country. (iovetnnieiil's Purpose It is (iovernnient'a purpose to help loeul producers to become effective competitors with foreign producers. Government has about S50.ooo.ooo of the people's money to spend each year. It has no other money t,, spend, except lt= own necessary capital reserve %  nd any money It can borrow or obtain for capital works In the form of gifts or loans. At present nearly $4,000,000 of this aie spent on subsidies. These $4,000, 000 are thereby insi to the country. The ntoney is paid to those concerned with flour, saltnsh. nee. condensed milk, and othefood stuffs. The statement DOtnaSd out tlto that thei> will be much worse distress, u nd poverty, and unemployment than at present as "we would not then succeed in cont.nuing to establish new Industrieand encouraging existing indu tries fa improve and expand. I < i Taxation Government i* considering [| it would be possible to increase revenue by indirect taxation, but poinli out that it ia only very rarely that Increases In indar-*t taxation are not pasaed on lo the eonaumer. Such a means of raising money to reduce the cost 01 living may be Ihe very atuts 01 increasing it Government also consider*, that •vherever possible wages should be Increased to help the people the unavoidable extra .n,i urges employers whose wages and salary scales are not already linked to the eojftl ol living Index< lo consider 1 the possibility of Inert salary and wages, and of 'he payments of bonuses to meet the increases in the cost of Living, Report On Mae Arthur" Is "99%l\litur WASHINGTON An* M 1). moei 11 Srn.it.M J. William Pulbrlght 'aid the blistering report bv eight li. ; il cArthur Inveatlinriii i i %  •-tta perconl polltical". Kiahl -.1 the U ItopulilL* ...i naernoi rs coademned rVaslden Truman's discharge of General MocArlhur. hit at the Administration's Fai Eastern polteiOl % %  '•cataslrophic" and demanded the and uniflcation" of Kore.i as the pru. Rki pCf*N r-ulbrifht hit at hursh w-rd In the rep.irt He saio inoiinti i %  enticiSFn" of the administration In rerg terms Indicated He publican "desperation in regard t the next I'resinVntial election" But Fulbrighl admitted h %  thought Truman's abrupt aaathod of firing MaeArthui wai "IrantCW %  t>le" ,nid "vorv hoi nidgntent" IIIllegal Aliens Are Threat To U.S. WASHINGTON, Aug to rnorrat Senator. Pat McCarron. said that there may be from 3.000.000 to 5,000,000 nlteh Communlsls and other illegal aliens in this country, who threaten Ihe nation'-, safety He Mid that this "alien invasion i potentially more tlMferotM than lhat of an armed (on e The Republican Senator Herb CCca 'ior aio chargad th:d i SM "i the several points' 1 for aliens and .i hot bed NIT Communism." Mefarren i: Chairman of II.' Senate Internal Security Com niittce, which is conducting an inrrstlgatlon ol Mbferttve shen-. He made his statement in releasing the report of . lommitie • "task force", which recently held hearings on theillegnl all. I problem. Settntor O'f'onnor, Chtttrnan ol the "task lorce M said In .i aeparate alulemert thai Wlmlwir. Ontario In Canada—arms., the herder from Delroit lo Michigan — jind Cubl are the "assembly point** 1 to, aliens % %  •eking illegal entry into hi eoiintry.—I'.P. ADMINISTRATORS' CONFERENCE rrasa oai o... ca ms f adsWi ST. JOHN'S Antigua. Aug 10. A conference of Acimlnlstratm %  and Commissioners, togetlv tlui Colonial nssaretary, win be held m St. Kitfa from Uie 1st la the nth Septemlier. dm ing which lime !!! %  bcssUenn will be Jeaident l n thnt Presidency H/r/7/f t\ COLl *i\ : Round World T\ NEW YORK g u> girdle In with the world's fir*' %  .nal TV net* WagCfuaUons an under tntj %  i •nu\ open soon Sflttl C Panama The negotiator is the pnvftery owned National Broadt-ssting Corporation. Progrsmmes to and from • (-uthem link of 'hi< f!rt International T\' chain would he in English and Spanish. The N I 1 raakes Tt 11 rnrai I sroul • sail tba rbi it saautd sell progtanu • I woui.i pgj fa t %  • on ll N M C timo-t.ihle : Spanish by 195.1: Furopc b> ISon \sia later How een ihaj m kD ee nTh. %  -peration on Beptembei 30 In B A med 3 "" %  eu Toda> 'h< have I I there wilt ic $0,000,000. Sarah Moves Over MnV lAJtAfl III Kt HIM. forbidden to pl.,> agBUI on an American -t ; ig,foi M\ months 1% Ihe aciorv unson, bull rule ito prevent. ,i (brelgn player UUtbtg a )0b from .in Annin In So Sarah is eapaeted nasl tiiontli to .ippeur in an \ pla) The Rriladelprus Bl in me Ntagau I few fe-t across the I baroar. Ftee Amafkan Set hei Mr. Kurly I, III s\n\i >s in the White Hou a ti'inght and among reporters, too 1 Uealb III I'M %  %  %  %  nded ihe eartln s Churchill B stsiin meet Hack To LolndoUu LAMENTATION at Ihe (hesides of the IroquOtS Hel Indians. Untfei th. 1 s Government i< to get L i.ooo worth ol Each year the amount a t-1 anas %  < %  n r< ai loth prices go up. What was m immense \urdge in I7!'i ii.ndi i lotna Iba tni>o lo 1981 Oh. Mr. Shlnuell Till: NEW VOIIH ll Mil NBWa ii.ni.Brltah Mr Shlnwell In .i reading; article, headed Aims v Cheesecake!* 1 paper sara: sinnw.-n igton to djKusi itandardlslng email an the Atlantir Tnvilv uUOne, a highly important matt II the treaty rerar to work. %  turning down Invitation! to remain longer beeausc be *id he had to stun. bame to 11 iud i at a beauty conmn. "Wiih Britain's lop a> ha. hnreaiieral Hi ui on i. neglecting, guns for cheee* iki • (In pair S In Touch with Barbados Costal Station % %  %  i a. i rough Ihru %  •• .Him. •iS A'' i.rlllll" %  RodM ( • Akoa r> I I., 1. 1 •!•>• IMI MU I Mm-m! nothing adds to a perfec mea like a good cu of coffee! TABS ADVANTAGt Q THE KXILBSION FARES r*o IN rrrrcr 0 AH tiiifcu . N..ih Met %  • Sk v iia.r* OAHDIrVfe'K'AUa !" '!' K. %  'Ortt.r HI brasMataa T > A N S c A M A p A , AU Dad lal*raau*aa| i,.„. \„i,. 1 ' !! %  -...-I THESE AUTO ACCESSORIES Kiniirn RUBBM MATTINO TTRF PREHNimE OAI'OF* BATTMIT RTDtOMETER SIMON1Z WAX • (IMNF CHAMOIS Qrl I In. II1 III! \l I II 111! Mil FLUID VALVE GRINDING COMPOUND FLUXITE GASKET CEMENT BLACK TOP DREHSING STEERINO WHEEL COVERS ELKCTRICIAN PI.IERs A SCREWDRIVERS SPITFIRE LIGHTER FLUID FRONT SPRINGS FOR FORD I IIP. A II H.P. TRONT SPRINGS FOR MORRIS 8 H.P. A 10 H.P. ENGINE VALVES FOR ALL MODELS l:\f.MMI CARS DECARBONIZING GASKET SETS FOR ALL MAKES ECKSTEIN Bros. BAY STREET M^MV'MEM Hirong. ret smooth and Raslhli rolled upon. l-ou fur the lluii-r pull i <,i um0BAN1 aataai BWIA I Make Bufinen Contocti foitti o or i> I'oniportotion. 3 Tokt oil the llCeal ECQI I ejg—g if egaun from BeWd lffl|Mrft4U '.nipii. In llw nlood m-> SSSSSa rhrumaile pim •"•! p-ln. -lilt anJ palnral |,.ini. hmiplasplss and common kin sssssraoi "larkrltlood MUiure help* to pnrlfv ihr hlitod. [leanaea ihr *%. ,-n an.I aaiiili in rc*iarlng good health. BABY'S TEETHING need give you no anxieties There oeed 1* no restlena night. no tsars, DO baliy diaordera. if i nn hare A-lit. ii i & I'araont nfsots* Povi.lai* haiulv Mothers all over tba world havf foond ihem aaolhie,; and cooling whrn beby in fretful throtitfh teething, and. hert of all, th. y are A MS* II 1 II I Y SAJ I ASHTON 8c PARSONS INFANTS POWDERS Loveliness for yon 'I tie lovely film Man know how I., cam i"! iiVn skin tbey use l.tiv ToBel Soatp. PUreO/hltt lux |.,il.i Sn.i|i b/ill riih.ime ihe natural beauty ol sow thin, ton. |uv. w.i-ii iii \..n"i a Cold Lag I "ilet Norip lea B eotff Dtanploxlbn deu ] naootli and IVSgrant. 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PAGE FOl'R IIAKIi.MIOS AUMH vri: TUESDAY. AUGUST 21, l3l BARR\DOSSAW r OTF. fcs-— _1 —" 1 .1 III, --..!. %  \ii„usi Jl || i] JAMAICA THE sympathj o Carlbbt .in nril] in Jam.i.. F jkhu .: %  I '. FT I flu! i icanei and si %  %  i i l mankind prevent them even U ctlon In order to %  %  L tl tar boc;n, twenty yean the bai fered from hull 1907 the City ol inearth;i VIM! of ahu i I of the wind reached sppi Services: "'ri.i-ui not a house in Kl %  Human life has t crope have end Industry .ii' It I bole ironiet i til j effort mlnad %  hit backyard and whi ere being to Improve living conditions and to attract visit Ln one of hat turbulet I should have wiped it all out In B night. It is m %  t place the h Industrial projects and to supplj I medical services to thOM who are now expos e d to the da p> iple of the other colonle in. financial condition will mi ti (button to tl i %  uflerin J iroeiEIM people of I %  a never been less than practioaJ and sympathetic when disaster ha* befallen those around us We have been spared i aim to let the measure of our thankfulness be shown in thi the contribution which we mnVc to Jamav B M IIOI AltSIIII>S UNLIKK other U I Indian colonial, does Dot Been to have made the fullest use of the i offered by various b dies, The need for technically trained %  I now hecome acute and every (fort is being made to secure opportunities for local youngsters to serve a period of Instruction al Boma reeo| nl ssd school. It is for tini the change in the provisions by the Metropolitan Technical School in Puerto Rico will be welcomed. In the p Caribbean Commission in this island earlier this year it v illy known thai the scholarships ware svailablc to BarbaWhen iius was made known it was found that the applicant DMlSl be able to speak Spanish. This qualification has now been n and a knowledgi i] Spanish required. This will mean thai B have the opportunity to secure i few of 'i. w scholarships In the years to come. There an thirt) scholsrshipi awarded annuall; of these have > %  I from Trinidad and the Leeward and WindI'olilii s iiiiil l-i -^oii.iliiM-s I III:l i Kj I lossII' II rln-l M> G ill-AMI XOW? %  %  l %  %  For Mi I %  %  %  U UMTS Will I %  point he %  I %  Bi Press of 1945 t! Lhl %  %  I %  -H pro a RI i %  %  %  • i %  i %  %  %  ii i %  Look i i %  | M i %  And tl.. I %  ,i US '"* i Sal strike. wli< po*-d his bulky f<> n %  %  11 %  ... i %  II time. .: %  %  I %  %  SB hours 45 minutes, %  ii Lewis's shan la sfl lhl • %  i v and his %  "on Went. %  %  Al d hlf E17.fKKl fhinilv I-IIV %  %  '.•ublishcd results trading i<*& i £2o.5W. -hares, issued tc 5s. On the fence i uur cc.et-ln-U* vaj I ha i %  .. 'i e unionist %  i leneral and A not limit i to trade ml be has urged Mr. Btalbi to Brttaw, m Mi-ley, and %  i Mi LBWII reoanUj Ham constituents Mr. tan Mlkardo. collaborator of Mr. ii "One Way Only." kardo i-xpuunded where the Way loads nun why. ML Lvwli'i rtj AM las i %  %  %  %  pi van I%  he had not I mind '(•tin' nn stffn Baits—'a l*jiile> l is who bai % % %  i iMintnt to than M lYi HI lonst he *IL< %  • North. When Is In BlacfcI than 6.000. And the Llbe) % % %  ... . | %  istle's political fertuaa iikc elsewhere, too. If her party confers m Scarborough key Ssjure .i BevanUe laetti At prc'cni Mi I I me i-'lay-inakln^ Nat %  that she should be re-.' But they rear thai %  unions resentful of p..hn. .. < %  ! %  have opp alts tden. And In the uonvns section. which nnw elects Mrs. Castle, UW ..... Castle Ii bj uttlng up in tin constituency section, where they vote In her new category, trim. %  %  .,: -Oh] ..'.. I clash head-on with Mr. Emanuci BalnwaU. the most vulnerable poll I Bevanitee would delight in dishing him. rot the Miiust. ..i Defence pui.iiriy denouno 11 Caat %  She can t to be foiled -. I), itmnsir.ition %  tlnhrttr d Supply i -. %  meant threat that my return SI rcls witn % %  % %  tbbed Mi Strains I i n.ilidavin i. %  lives Ii 'MUuonalree' Row' Kensington %  i e used to own i Schnauzcr dog called Troutky. hen hi it HI the I %  %  %  %  og seemed to loiter. ..vied Mi .. ouuride No. 13 No. 13 Is tlie SOVK %  Kmbassy. I. E S. Slioultl i>o< iois llv| k ri 1114*11 iV n La no %  %  %  %  brought mi %  mil n( .! I %  can do mi mcperlmenl .. %  %  But "I I %  I %  if Uvi misery on I %  %  %  %  1 %  Tin 1 com %  : Bdv %  1 %  %  1 iloucc I I %  important l i ; .1 ver) 1 HI %  1 1 %  matter %  %  %  1 > Mrs* Juiirii*!. Tht %  %  o4 '•.!. %  • then WAS a Krowing tcndcniy for I "l" 11 tit sa %  nn 'In il klinwIcdKC A lead!eg arUcls miRgeHted that now xcioutlflc methods of lllT—Ugatte t n raiw a moral (ini"Uon which will have to be faced: How far are doctor* Justified in snlinUttlng patienti-l pioccdnrcWl.ll. • or painful .mil • • v not 11c without tlk to life TIIR DOCTOR iv P I %  .ill out. %  iii kshton would %  Cm lutoec ANOTHER human p he anU%  %  n American BJ %  • i ; i..:. Mayo [oil owing a 1 the lirM %  I W kin WII 1 onUnued, das the pallenl w %  %  ible lo roll ovi i In bed wtthoul 1 aln %  he had ( %  to do for %  Qulcklj I %  I Ighth day %  I had not beei take) i %  lleyo Cllni would nerer h n 1 ipid I'littera scept Klue BaMes WHIU I about the Uielr new drus) gon who decidi %  %  : tout timi Until ihe 1911-18 wai %  %  I removBl ol shell fregmcnti lodged in ind around Uii : .. 1 orators in the n SJi porUni their tirs; suceteaes with %  hie hah}" operation an operation not on the heart Itaell mil on lbs lai 1 a it H j il la l-itndon was not I '' "> 19 8 a surgeon there In proved on thi American result I %  HI. I II genital he u di probably the best pig of the New y able infonnaUoo %  ance ol U %  i %  : an all otl %  ailed 1 ins aid.—1..C.S. •known I 1. D I more valu: 1 %  ti BOOK REVIEW "MY DEAR \\'ATSOJS G. M. THOMSON i Ml nl M: IHMJSJESJ, BJ Gevla %  trend Allen and I BWS1 10.. d. 1B3 IMM! f.. : <' Blid about UW I ford or > 1 %  oi the Sherlock Holm. %  %  %  1 %  %  %  '. %  %  H %  %  1 %  BJ 1 1 BJ I 111 —which %  that Holme had a hold %  %  1 At al' %  ness wh" i norn I %  I in, / \M QSUEI MAN Ol WEST, B> Jeun KJir |\< vtork. i*.. id 'is pa %  %  %  %  ternal %  %  %  1 %  eepri %  %  Ca tln| one %  .. 1 It rrltten N 1.000 N %  %  %  1 %  IBM ( 1 -. 111 Ml mil It Itv Harold Pearton. BtapaM Frees %  %  • %  MV t OUMN I^< in 1 B) IsftptuM da MaartM Qellanre n %  %  %  i |>No INNINGS Bj P. UuUB %  Our lle-urlrrs SsiJ I llurrivunv* To las N SIB We are UMH be to vow 1 what %  %  i ful tO househoUlers and especially Interesting with the new of an i %  Howevi 1. 1 think the authoriasrna to %  people as 1 Aether the) I hi round of dutli %  job" eaeentia U nss return 1 %  tho* in au. ., . who among UW Ik abould tii' usual 1 Rich business ... %  %  %  report to the Author w ... 1 4oorP NEWS FROM BRITAIN (Bj DAVID 1YMFLB MUMS) • HON. HAVE you ever drummeU impatiently on The lid •>', .1 1111, and found it gave you two i fienomenun has this town thai i exactly, on that psasasget, coinmonplace, Little diseovery. The Trinidad All St n Orchestra has arrived with H ;:i!g-rxngb and booms. Down in Trinidad, making music out of beat in L; the lids of cut-down oil drums or of the lids of garbage cans has been developed ml 1 Intricate and wonderful art I rom .i ei ude bi ruling, will each instrument nd has developed until this week London listened -and the exclusive clientele of a leading nipht spot will soon hear—to the well-modulated, mellifluous sound of hollow metal tinging out its melodv under the ham: | ten muslicept for those playing the boomssits with lid, two fed or three feat In dial I .itly on his knees. bent t<> a secret 1 %  • %  And %  em has nothing 1' akin to whal you would imagine from can. Hut these musicians from I I U< must think, wi i .1 timid, conn 11 -ili> as I: n( rhythm a$ the enthusiastic musicians from the West Indus think At the two concerts they have gtv) n In London they have played %  O politely. Are they trying to persuade us table and can be made to | U s-time music? What thi Lond 11want to hear is the music ol Trinidad—not an imitation of what I %  'hi' BB.C. Li hi Pro) ramms on %  Sunday afternoon. The real drum beat of the if the Trinidad Carnival—and that is something beyond the dieaiius 'd .my ciriiival 111 all BUTOfM The numbei that caught the London audience i>f the island off the Spanish M nd a Road March. But for the rest—it proved something that may Interest itudents of music. The Steel Band ha.s already been hailed as the mu leal t .ry. Hut it Is what it plays, n"i Iniu the music is made, that mailers. • * WIMKK is COMING England is bathed in its own pale, and glorious sunshine, But the Government is in the midst of next winter. If we needed any reminding of what the re-armament programme means we will have it next winter. The prospect Is ugly, end cold. A politician Aneurin Be van. for the record once said that Britaui would always ) %  ihi.lit because 11 is a lump of coal ul] ol Rsh. That, presumably is why the politicians have given Britain a reputalon SB S had place to [| lost Its battle with the Treasury, which n was created t,, ginger Into action Naturally the excuses will be made, power the needs are great Building them would have meant fewer And more of industry eve to be diverted to making the Export orders for electrical niacimiery would have been refused All that is true. Bui look al what the planners did! They natsorudlsed the electricity distributing industry. The British Electricity Authority then started sdvertuii.. Its merits, it sold appliances, mure and more ch-ctriiitv was used (• home, Each small electric fire needs more thai j oundS spent in capital lo provide it with electricity required to keep it running. The calculation does not need an computer; ordinary human brains can do it with simple arithmetic! Advertising 1 of the housewife for rn all-electric home, and good luck to her—but the investment programme did it it keep track on her buying. Five years after Fuel crisis, c will be faced with When was the Socialist Five Year Plan. • * THE I'Rl/K At ti : the year our newspapers 0 more short of news than of irinl Everj %  las worry th. rnselvi Whlcl : uninteresting items will have to make the most important story of iy. Hut this week one unique story, with %  me to their hands A repot %  %  1 -.V,V,*,-,','. Jtsr ##•#/•;# 1 Kit FRESH STOCKS OF SNOWCEMI White, Cream in 56-lh Drums White, Cream. Silver Guy. T.i r.icnUa ami Blue in 28-lb Drums WILKINSON ii ll.-VYNRS CO., LTD. Successors lo C. S. PITCHER & CO. >',*,'-*,*,',*,-,*,',-,*,->-,* 1 ,*,*,',*,*,',^*,*,*,-, WVA\ OFFICE FURNITURE by SSJfKBl sin 1 n> LTV. MASTERFORM DESKS TYPISTS DESKS TYPISTS CHAIRS DESK CHAIRS CUPBOARDS FILING CABINETS (Foolscap) DA COSTA & CO. LTD. iT*S HEKK IfVI/V LIONIDE LEATHER CLOTH HI A MEDIUM QlM.ll) 50 INCHES WIDE 1/ .>•:>. .7 7 pt-r Yard. ALSO BIRKMYRE GREEN CANVAS 72 INCHES WIDE Al 97.i:i pt-r Yunl. GREEN WATER-PROOF CANVAS 72 INCHES WIDE Al sil.-jr, |.r Yard. • DACOIIA ft CO. SID. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT .::;:::;v.:: ENJOY DELIGHTFUL SNACKS ^/^ FOR SNACKS : taken Rod Cheese 1 I %  %  ..: Cbesse %  .Ii %  1 Cheesy (n Tins %  .. %  1 1 0 .... ,. Dutch %  %  "I-"' <-'ha Ttil>orx Beer ton*"* Ale 'wi Ale O iden Tn 1 MEAT DEPT. Pttom i.onit i#>% SPECIALS m lm Wf SWbSiTy Jam .i 1H ti" Raspbsrry Jam .48 11 lin Or.ingr Jnm .48 tile 51.00 per botlle Crushed Pineapple .48 CEREALS Jl ST ARRIVED KclLou's Corn nakes Kellog's All Bran %  Puffed Wheat ,,Jf I'ruff Wheat Heinz Spaghetti & Cheese '.*.:'.:•*'*: ---'. — B/ ORLWER



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H I --i)\i M (.1 St 21 IKl RARIIMMIS MIX U( \ri PACK FIVE Bakers 9 Dispute Settled At Joint Conference WoonduigCoetsSO//By Kiimdur The decision of His Worshiu The Man Who Si kilts-Vvi Complete (; ' Eftten Record Sugar Crop The decision THK LABOUR DEPARTMF.NT Acting Polite dispute between the Bei !, "A"—who Man.-i %  nferenee h*-M t %  .1 i nd It was ngrred i I„ relcatl ihv follow Ins niton and I %  %  %  the turn : %  %  | %  I*paid fa n thi Mi j %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  ... I %  man their willlngi the Bui t'siial Kale. Mflat i Ion-Smith ^ssumefl Dulit's V^ Harbour Maslr %  .el, $4.00 and 48 1 %  v tugha Hi S I Solon PAItls I V %  the Assistant Court ICory Coast, when his I rhfn Mi Arthur ll. Smith. | i unted H. %  k up i %  ( App-.il sestcrday The MM in winch i. wood of Passage M Magi.strait' $2.40 %  I -i mi .limp S ill V 'I .Hid Payne told UM court tl I wan standing at a pipe in I Ko.-d when YMTWOOd MIIM up to .„ her .nd ,h. told the eourt that in the tlsh" %  her with a rock on her down Bouafle U a bul wiuic hta chauffeur ant i. %  I.I PtN SIX MONTHS FOR LARCENY :. Q B Qnl \ %  I I %  %  < %  %  in j; htm and with, i 'as possible that thfl Bowing Svhome I 'mlerttxty ItheAaVreeau i 1 St. Kitts-N i U< %  Till: HAMBOl R UNDER RABS %  ; %  %  %  %  %  i | wctl rtuq ri irtakd %  plated their pun nl .,n-i Uon i on St. Kltl m UJ naenad there %  hi ihi : %  i in ana district In the i %  progra lURh %  Mi oiwhlli Pa ment witii hard laboui % % %  \ W Welt.o. uM rain p h %  aid, "with which u "runic, inII. IHI n iiii-ii ii : £2 *"*' l" ,;i l,,: "" thc who ill uiva houses and wh. lound him gum. Snoa L'o. PfcCASUS LOADS MOLASSES Mr Arthur II. MiMerl.m -uillli. Harbaut %  ** %  *> dough which I OnMondaj mornlm: '•' .... v geti UM Prissus. a.3i Canaai ,, j 0 1 %  The mad We will support you %  %  i Oul The PagMM port mi .. to Mi :, D I Anft -, i,.,, Franc* but II a v inn Boda racurnad • %  | %  %  i ullna wfaila %  %  I s whose .UM I i %  a to %  ttren lefl Burma tot St. Vli i |M Bora In South Al Inm into a dinner. London by a naval tanker, parentage. Mr. M tut and two children—one ]0U* American I'M v. it H. %  .,.!-. a cadel In ihi Bxpected \\ Merchant Kavy during on Sunday by the the war, Onarillng (nun '.'. Rodney. ippt tarton-Smltfl wai formbo in Harbour and Ship HI I ranh was I.,. %  work Tl '•' them that he could : % % % %  %  been Bill whom he of contnim ri i i On Ho Jul I : ment re.:., of these men nf ptibUe rmiln be day. 25th J %  %  the fell. %  Oenaral "i the Union and an Assistant Secretary lnt %  but again no -<:ileniem WII %  %  : I !:i r-li.-law. and eit Hazall I 81 Vincent, of Messrs. and i !ulS. P. M ., b Co., Ltd. St. Janu'fe Vestry Consider Tax Relief Applications j n by lrato %  int for a %  %  i %  liis death to be i %  x n ment, so thai hi . %  ing up with no one 1 %  %  i:roused CM ; I %  %  iran Is pp i %  %  %  %  Prom oi %  %  I:.. loani Politics Speakina of the poliUi Davhi '.mi thai thej • %  i %  11 .IT. red by Ihi K %  reply I the in"lion which I Ihlnlc an 11 Adult ,s %  Dated ma-' ,..nt\ ,i I Council .iii,i Bbtei ntiv > %  Coursrlllon 1 iturc %  ve Council, .n i in then \\ hen bathing your dog use i T etmo8oV Soup ^on HUM KI \soss -'TrttweoT Soap ooetaJM 'TeoBoaol', i taft jrei potent m ed ka nten i wtndi qakkri kills BSMJ, IKC .iii.l oihci sxin pBIB I be Soae is ol the highest quality, pkeaantrj pecfiiOKd, jnd agreeable to UM It inoo-irrtUnl .ind non-injunou^ to both man and donestli KB IVtmosol' Soap aK hcjlih\, i;los.\ coat. 'TETHOSfX SWP IS AMUIU IN 3 02. MWETS i.t ol Imperial I Kcudgab ^*^v TCP Mcoungaj the growth of \ prodai i inui.-d \ s Brad I %  ti> nlve i. cbad majot it> In Ihi %  Id thai ii wa hold the gem %  • %  but it did nol i ingemmi %  ulull : Ml THE ST. JAMES VESTRY yesterday considered 28 • 102 applications for lav relief. TinVestry will hold another meeting on Monday and the only item on the d i will be the consideration of tax relief applications ruj were corutideredi Mi A. Johnson brought up :i discussion on what he celled the tsxpsyers' hia conatituanta." %  Boat] \l An. inn : %  I the, BH SI < rop III hi | p i Scot i • %  .:. legation bron i!. i .; %  i thai i Chamb in AiitiKuci are OfM WOUld like ihem to A %  .. h poUUi inmixed the Cereenagi the people are MuUy nuautd bg lha Head) hi ; Id have bt M r i .1 loohi ai it iafoj .,-,,. ..I lll'lll'U on at the inequitable method i [nouses SXCjB, %  ni v %  %  oi n "ill H be befori nolhi %  Uon n,,ii UM bonea found were ha due to the se-el nd that he ti As a i content of the outh um tonight a •pofcaaman for the • Strongest Metheds : inmoiion that four vaarrymon be appointed to a committee to On Friday, 3rd August the fee matter with thv i otlon wai Redman B I ll man and from tl %  I :Man. told i it ll would not %  • that we I % %  % %  h the ral bat they 1 ; .. | tary of the I '-. about in On the Mson for hi i %  '.' %  laekel llll(> 1||X ,,,.. rne: "The bones that were found umbrellas %  %  %  el t( I hat uaa it would 'io did not beloi %  tout membi %  it with the The %  hen. Thai %  Howavei II an M Mini I llghl not i i think I complete change %  re nol %  had i I %  %  Complaint-. Io go .. happ) (ate of I %  %  %  Watch out for it. .,!..i Mercant %  i ort,. td ut UM Un ivwe Informcif oora Labourera • %  Council of the Union not to hi consigned Io M ... i %  %  .i ti soni Ltd At thli rMrunent taUves of the Manage%  and < .ni.* oul Ihi „, There did noi aaei m H "'.'"• .t lh* IIIIIMIIII .-nmnlaintK Nn 20,'OR 7 DAYS FOR BODILY HARM the |hl| from 11 ooner wa %  %  i i :,i: my term i I Mien." Ihe unu.-ual eon,pi.i one ha.. Mr. Jin L u Id not Personal Spit<\ Dfol Politics ^ there were detimteu comptaini Hone) Oran p es ri ;! mUng „ f u h „ w .„ cnurchwurdt.il. "People have been comparing "' walwyn had d they tl led at by i ., low. i rab arc aaying that I ''" Sf thi asscaslng partially. The an.mist the law to appotnl .. oo,hly harm on June 12. man with a %  enquire Into the Altai revhrs %  I r %  icnt. ii ia due ., %  who to Mi I n > out what bourne M 80 to 1 n, v-1 n-ed to be taxed i rung." ng taxed glS. Hurt was actually trying Io |, \) IV iai the asall vi randah %  $30. TI : %  "! Into it, the sasaeaoj I The Taylor and Mr. n A 1 Acting Police Magistrate of D a %  man Bal On Sal ander '!' I %  i.i .... rescntaUvci of Messrs. Johnonn & in defaull nprinonment for bodl latl B irbadoi Workai Union and a scttloment was i Parish Seoul Qamp %  Major .1. 1 l>\ DurtJ i> I ( the St. t camp, under Ihe COB Scoutcr i urdaj and will end I I ho had doi IO w *" UTO would %  hou' ed thl much. i-ie with not continue to bl %  %  tiould i"' pui i .: he had .:.. Edwards the and he did of aaseuinjf. %  job MOTORIST FINED • I .It IWOi %  I % %  %  : %  i %  it I i : %  -I IU thai thai I r.-llirtl [aland cotton ui tha ind thai thi' '.'. i 11, %  %  b) UM Mini ilv nnd %  -"i i-i >' % %  jil.mtin." otton, h. %  .• %  I thai %  poftl t ti i %  nl %  cutties nd I cotton %  • : m eetreu al MONTHLY VtMALE ;MPLAINTS ibtad l dllr*M I 1iludlc iiimurlii % %  i %  I t„ M uikiiw l.yill* I o %  ri., % %  Il*rr \ i; H SHIR* >l I \ T oi rm, i-iii'j i. \u WILSON HATS complete range all the best of size shades II \ H I IISOV S-H. -..,.• s. IN S IS T ON %  IMHI.W CHOWS THEY ARt THE BEST H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents dill •A: present, howerei he nud, Qibbo %  to is Betting of i He i %  rung." that It — (Ol !! %  %  i know the lau but H would be a relief to Mr kEdwur.ls B| IIK Ina i • %  in they had al I hMrlna "In the political meetings," he said, "we are hearmu about taxes from holding Jam. .... f DirJ nlty of drivlns the mot n I %  4ario rillk Tin as com m i • AUJBMt 19 rn wa* alao disqualified %  %  do at%  $jr V&t rite *~ \wm SHOPPER tonm SUM i (in si isms • had to the Traffic Branch pmm, on aase 7 BBCUt* j^^t, FINE ICIKIIII 111! AMU ROYAL VANIU.A PUDDING < ARAMEL I'lnllTNO CIIOCOI^TE PUDDIWi SWIFTS VIKNW :TE WAX PAI 1 I ORN WI!. ii >: TOMATOES BA11A | %  1 O. h M.I Ml TC I M per pkl. S ia Small Tin pkl STAXSFELD, SCOTT < %  II It. I:\JO) i CIGARETTE AT A MODERATE PRICE Ail CigarettM I %  but we still have StoctH of ARIIATII lOXK TIITHI m tins BQC per tin atl 10*1 at 16c. Tl KNIGHTS DBl <. STOKES %  SSSS r +SMS'f&SSVS^*S&+'S^**"^^ There's a TOOT A L FABRIC for NIGHT TND DAY nice range Colours in Gold ol TOOT A L We've opened a FABRICS. Plain Colours in Gold. Acqua Blue and Maize along With NICE FLORA i DESIGNS Suitable for morning and 36" wide $ 1.07 Yd. oiternoon wear Cave Shepherd 6* Co.. Ltd 10. II, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET



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PAC.I: six BARBADOS UA'OCATE 1LEAPAV, AtJOjjST 21...1WI HFNRY BY CARL ANDERSON rpHEIR Kuod look* tell you they're jtat right, Yon know, too, when you look at the price t.if. that yon can't ftet finer valae. Illu-trited u a Two-tune Ci raped Brogue. Tied to erery pair w the John White Guarantee Shield—tbe •ign which meant •just right 7 Look for it hi leading stores in Barbados. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right HARD TIMES % WITH BACKACHE Ofmm M M ahigf** fcMney MH I IFB IS NOT ao good when M L arc troubled with ba*cb. rheumatic Mini, ran", aching mnclrt and hunt*, hanbago uiinnwo urinary dhurdcn due at ik.Bjiib kidney action. Why put up with pain and cm aod cauat dmieaa. Doan' *iUa ban helped many thousand*; let them help vou. 1 DOAN$-tJ Get These Tasty Delights For Your Enjoyment 2Tb tin Danish Hams ,. Swlft Luncheon Boef „ Vienna Sauti 131aa ck Buck" Sauce Tin 8 Lamb Tongue* „ Cocktail Blacultf ., Salted Pcanula .. Sliced Bacon AND OUR POPULAR FlTe Star Rum — MS Bat ESCE & Co. Ltd. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE j SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi* customers for Monday to Wednesday only iMinllj Now Vienna Sausages 61 M Silver Shred Marmalade 47 l Jacobs Cream Crackers (Pkgs.) 49 li Ovaltine Macaroni Cheese Vegetable Soup Unity NOW 154 1.12 40 31 28 0*OP* I'M SOOPV MOT**?!?* D60DPW HOT TOGOOJ HB UKCLE


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TIESOAV. AUGUST U. ItM CLASSIFIED ADS. HAKIlAftOS \MV of Marriage*. OTIIM. Ac-know |.| and In tfiwwm ii mm-%  ee.-ie>and ftl SB r, .,nd*>t j • *f WOT** KBI.H -.id I *r word a>wi-ivi an*, r* word oil Sunday* fat • FOR SALE Mini-**** rfcae** MM* JJ <*** ami M ..Hi. f b*4*v* M uwd* — M r 1* uo-d* ] f*w a <,*>rd urrk-rf cnu a BOUSES i b**l ***. bathing. AUTOMOTIVE CARS |. IB .. .. N.I, )*MM M.,...,. CLIFTONTESPA. r T., tenant rumuiwd Hgu. v opptwitc Y*cM and Aa-tx niodcrn coovanlenra* Appi B .b. A %  -. m • %  %  11 UJ THANKS BAapFB We lh# urdrr|rM through ihu artMbum wink lo thank ail itnw Itirrtd. .u altandrd. ami card' and nnrati,* or In injwiy *h*r*d Uielf -'mpatht with ii< in our re, enl k*~ ra*v**r.*nr cauard b. in*death of Catlloo Harper HaVlnW lUrper Widow. Maa Hsrpn .Mrlher.. *.,,„.. PuMr Father. II ft ftl-ln l AH l)rr Mile* MOO II Grrat-r Dcdfr Appi., G Cr**aWdgc. > Hall. Chrttt Church fl • ftlCAR—IftftO h.ltman Terrac*. Upper B*\ Mi FLAT an Blue WaWta Twernce. naw] I btUt M aaaetou. mpboard. Phor ! %  %  anii-n IT • 1CAB-Chtvalar 1MB Modal u, perid r< idiiion Engine. Mim uphoLrftary and Ufaa. all good fm particularappit: Bdo* Atwncks* Ud Ring ana II ft 11—n LITTLE HAMILTON rrorn IM fl*i rmbar. • laarmc* Gap unfurni.hi brdioo'in rn .l*r r.lrrirK runt %  lormation Dial 114* No Doc* IN MEMOKi AM m Edwin N Canai wh,. dfd Am %  frly fathered in Par from narrow lar from mn God halh aavad from wearv *trifr In i" dawn Ihl. froaD young lift No* ti await* for ui .boir B*M M be renumbered bv Joarpn Cart* %  rathe*.. Velvcrtw Carter Mi.iher Timothy Athcrlay. 'Ot.ndfatr.rr. 'b> *le|>molher > AlUn Cur't BrotlWr la.be! Itarriwm C .„..,. • All IBM Kaeier Saloon don* or ] ••.. — m A-l rondlUon. PUrTT G'HACI LTD Ti-lcplKMir aflO* 1 EUECTKICAL niCTWCA -ij mdcaa i li ip' Hi*ia | tXM ";i< PAM Tjpaa OaA one to-da> Dial 3B1B Pa Crwda Ontrl.il Dapl Deorl] 1 Op BV HASTINGS Mdro(m.J*iVi %  • %  ail modrin iuntaiUai>tc< ulahad Av^lah,* lat Rp(n, I*, on praniUci Iirlurrn 4pm an 1 •BftBTftai 16 I ftl :i SI NSJCT 1 Jai. Mra A C WanWM* S.|.trmbar Onlj Fur" %  'EARWCXtU •' ( %  < i.Tiaint for Auiri-: J iltad i BOVCB, Imam t*m* 1* %  SI III I...J \,i. %  ANNOIJNtKMEMTS MADE %  n^aaurr • %  thin a i>Kury Nilria. Puamaa. tonU. A l-dii"' Slack* Guaranbd I Workmajuhip KOVA1. SToRT, llia*h Nirvrt PIIOIIP 430ft Hi HOLIDAY KEtHJRTS Granada laU of Sptcaa !tA MTA ||ARIA-lowllaat hotal In Caiibbaari Bataa liotn tTia) par haad ear da* r.RAND HOTFl. in ba raathill Haw* fiom SW pr haad par day SEASIDT. I*TN-On Orand AnaBathmf Baach Raiaa from ft4 00 par haad par day Enqilrira to D. M Sllngar. Granada MftJl-TftBPi'HLir \nm s Tan raait par opata Una oa ipaak-daai cmd II .. %  (' par ooaia liaa oa Stnidapa. minimum charpa ftl Ml on waak-ddpt nad ftlM on Suadoyt. I(*l Wisi f-rl Sunda> pBBBrBl KnciMlrdga; mini* aid; handlrrafl rtr on %  %  ; Twdor Bridia, Hav L um'<-r.-Ct^M'KE. iv BvN 1I-. J II GRANT. Cfc aauia) Mniri Olo Brown*. E. Codofan II ft ftl—In i > i i. H or .isi MI. u M i NOTtCE TSHiaRM Hn • In II o-rhKk noon on Trlday. Auftuat SIM laftl fu. rapalra to lha St Matthawi' *'h..pifl Roof In iK-i-ordanr* wi a apaciI ralMm whk-h ca n be aean on appUSBUon M) Ihl. Office. The Churchwardan doaa not bind hlmaelf to accapt the lowaat or any tandar and lha paraon or mm whoa* tandar may be aewptad will h* required Id i.ibmlt latlor* fro V*Mry| tUlfDS il" •jr i i 1HED J Citiiirhwajdair> Offltr. Parochial Building*. Bridftalown lOCONlT GROWEKK AMOC IATI0N LTD. NOT UK firrRlOSRATOK A-l .o..d. Iton m>orw % %  11 B ll-3n ) %  ft ftl FtKNITLkK OFft'lCE i-HAIU-S Juat rrt-rlvrd • %  hipmnit of Ulnc* Poitura Chair* wim tlirea point adluatment la* Uvaaa today O-ant Ltd or Dial 4*41 1 I ftl—tfn IM inn Tan ranir par ooai. .. dad 11 .mi. par aoate minimum cnargt ftl m and HBO on Sunday I. SHIN line > %  waak-d^ui lia* on Sit adapt. i"''li.i KBAL ESTATE IIVKSTOCK The lialf-brad mart 10,-1 |na> Applt. BYf, or Pherie XH4 MISCEU-ANfcOUS acra. rva ptnn | OblHjiiely oppnalle Muni App.\ Nomiii iva HID. Si Mirhapl II 1 SI 11 t %  I "Mir pine v. ill BbM Naw Shad 1' \ I %  rile Hhaali I" • 4' AUI3.A Kodak hundred) dollar. Cay Pnarruao ft. Ai New prlca Fill. K'UflhlLtd IliJl-T F N IJfAMEIXD HARE Anatrtran Enamal cookuia Pou a*nn rovar and iMBtdle. <<-.1 parity 14 pint., .1 $2 BB earl, Firal Grade Many uiptr coatad Enamel C*aatnola* at SI •> earb G W Hulfhlnwi Br Co Ltd Dial 41K Broad Streel IB I M %  DRl-MS rive hundred einpV aVuma I 11 1* ea.-h Appl> K H Hunte V o Ltd Dial tor II 1 N-*i Tlu. r No n,i, Street BBlHB]rln| 1 iwurr an* ana amndlna on ju-re eel of Und Impeetmn on application to the tenant it T H. NirholU Thl. prapeit> will be art up to Public on petition on Friday Slat AuguM ll il 1 p m at In* ofRca of ihe uinlmmnrd ''ARRINGTON A I ftlAl'tTION OLABBWAftE-Anirrlran C >*n>-Ka>ap> or Co. atalli ftr 'r each. %  pint lie each ( -rid* II.>UUT' und A(h T1.1 iv Dialw* BI wr n %  k •(*?. Broad Street • Co UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER •t H I .11 \ • Nut and. Bv maburlaani retailed from lha In ible price* ; auninc* C<> I 1.111 >all T Prld AuguK Dial 1 Mir. 81 toe General Motor Bui iv IB I SI HAND RJ>LI>.R Rollrr. auitable for Phone BIM '>.„..,, Sale at J NYLON STOCKINGS-A *paclal prtc* for a quarter doien All new ahada* J pain for 14 M THE MODERN DHESH yMOI-t. Broad St %  • I ll-fai PAIN fftda. right oui whan ASPKO Action* apeak li vord* ASPHO action 1* aala live ASPKO relieve* Backat 4chePBIna in Ihe llntba an Fevniiduvr** Hrn.riitn-r tlicrr ABPHO 11 r tha-. 1 cllo. Head' UitlRDI: CBarllft Kuni. Bing. Swing and we wtU ordar for you If w Bavaai got It la gtoek. A. Barn*, ft C* Ltd B T -: ifi 1.1111 vnovu 1 VrJRIK(.rOki HOB rVqulred for Saptcmber sraooi i*m MATBON Nui .T..L1. S....r l-oard reatd—*e 1* lidlj trained tmnally good Aopl wllh ling qualllavatHUi* "• IftBM a mm.!, ii lncr**ed If applK.i TO keep the hair looking It* b*t at ill tune* trt Dand* rme". no trouble to ,ie ](t put It 01. Price I 1 and Vxn Knigntu Ltd II ft ftl In WUOI.LEN BOCKS Wi-ullc" Sork* m Gn% fnatkallcr* BBC l>-r Haavy qua lift* only good (Or 11 r Hroadwar. II ft M In WAI 1 AltA I Appiv C. Muyhc. CO Ltd Dial M • I OS I A 1 OI Vil LOST Applications are inviWd lor U11 port o* AfthisUnt Secretary in th. Coconut Growers' Associftrtion. IJd. Port of Spain. Trinidad. Candidates should preferably be between 28 to 40 years of age. and 11111-: hftV* px.vericnce in oflic odministriiliiin A practical knowledge of cft-accounUng is . 1'...I Some lechniciii factory experience would be U advantage though not essential. Applicttions giving full partirulars as under-noted should be sent under confidential cov#r w the Secretary-Manager. Coconut Growers' AMociation, lAd.. P. O. Box 229. Port of Spain. Trinidad on or before 31st August. 1951 PBrtaCUlars required: (1) a Date of birth b. Where born. .2t Married or atBBJte (3) Where educated. (4) Post or P0*ts held duiinK past 10 yeara, and full details of duties performed (5) Certificate!, and'oi degree* held. (6) Certiflrd coplsaj of two i*oammcndnliot.a from present land previous. If s empl'-vi 1 (71 Names und addresses two referees for references a* to i-hareciei. ate. (81 Amount of annual sola expected (91 A recent passport photograph. Note: No lntervl?ws will be %  ranted except by appointment after all application* have been ^ • ,, %  iLMi-ia I'ICKWICk 5 iRiikii ctxi WATCH: On* Iftl Ladle* Gold Wnat Watch with gold Strap Mad** belwren Tweedalde Rd Pin* Koad and Collyinore Rock Finder will be *uitubk> r.warded b reUirning aame to I B*maUNn, Mo 1. Swan •Uteri Phone £H4 II I ftl-ftl, WANTM> HELP .NURSE Experienced 1 refer enc*. middle agad Apt'H a> pvraon. ft to ~ ili.an. Blue Wal*N 10 wllh i. • % % % %  > Mr* (OMKRMUi; St IKMH. %  AKBADOk. BW.I RFOT-lRrO ft S>v" !" t'' pomlblr or ".• late' Irian J.r ltt aay. W.J Gnidualc Teachrr of M.-lr,,, UIIM.HX French and HpaniMi up to Ordinary l*vrl „f II,r OfDaraJ %  -•rlUlrate. a/1 til pn*>lbim> of Adcm Ndl nr.r futur* Salary Scale* Graduate IKC • £1$ BMN %  •> %  ES10 pa l*t. or inn CU*. ftiwu 1— 1-400 v cm csao x **> els* i-a Poaillon on increnienUO acal* aubjei 1 ID adluatment for War ffarvu* and pf*> vkaua revoannad arrviea Traclier Dlpluma ior r*coginw. Ona Bale* OB AgMr** Appu Put •1 Broad Street HAHB0UR LOG In ( arli.kBay Sch Mandalfty II. M V Ladi Jo MV Hrdgef>4. Va.li' M * Kmelin.M V Antpc**. Bah 1%  < 1 Hi ne* Pilarim C ullp II Qavaswoa. M V Ve 1. /.it. WaMta. M V Dn*.. Ui.id.iM. W *h l.-di. Adina g Capi L*WM. ban Dniith 0a* RcrMfOBBW Fninfclvn D H ftl net CAPI Saal.. (Ton Hutiaei On. St Janes \ etn • Fram rage S liiglw-t. t f 1..; -h*A ( re I nt.nr \tMiiient Aj>> body i.-ho Oaoughi \t %  SlUAUti a!*U tt %  trt and Pi %  %  D OH •* unrtaii iaU itial it v true tfial QUite .1 tot had beam said BtJMtBKBl meeting* about from hi* knowledge "I Ihe law. it was the *>ses*x %  to consider tax relief Th' could not change his figur. but they ,uuld give relief \ '< .. a r' aa i lBt. RfM* tbaa* Uoun^a u r.. Mattta ftftl o..i.aaT*r t. r ,..,. Mi gun* Ban a-i* aaa au.o > %  aa,d I h.a '•*• <••" ii'i> *LUa jxeiaTaUat lam, haaig •*'< I u.1,4 ut*l rtarir'i.'ttis -Jia" %  — •uaranfeed thai '< 1 %  froai blaedlbf end 1 year le*ik la four e %  — %  j Baal on rati oaal taaa • eaar.ca augaraBI taa ganger* Ir.m ud BBaH troubl. i.ri IM^I* abaoUM tadaj uodar tbl> K Araosan Tm *fWrkn--rrnck~MaWk P IBM ur. BUS !: Hi. pa<**|* aaur (gainer bl*aBUaB 00 ram %  . I A.NADIAN Sh'KVKL K.i.m Halifax N.s. & Montreal IOADIM; !>ATKS \GW<, HASH: 1 : 1'niiiidriii lunlhpnMi' liiMpi'liliuii M --1 Hir.CI |vl VPIMI; BJNMA1 I Augii*! II Auar*a4B4 llksi ri;i/i -.1 tlNIl 1 1.1/1 IIIIKH PRIZI HH N VM BBBVICE Fnmi Stiameji. Llimpml tmi Qlawa. 3BI l .K. & IIINTIM MAI SIKVKi; lell.rd.m %  lag i n • %  1 artnat MarB**.. AgfBjta : PLANTATION^ I.IMITKH — 1'hoin47u;i NOTICE BARBADC OFFICIAL ... ,V ,HI '"IK' IN I'URSUANCa of the Cnanc*. A P*raon. having.., ,4,,, nrenc. in or artTrling ihe property n. nwtli 1 inanlionaa] iihe nronertt ",,t u,n g^l'. 'i."ar*sr=s*Sff; a "~ ••' 1• -• % %  • -11.1.1......,.. „,.,„ ,^, „,., ka\^ oaSisoMAhip (Ji 9nc. the benefit pmp-rf Pla111i.fi LE*m;n l^ROY (JllJ. PROPEatTV Df*B*-lant ROOITA QORTJON COO LSI ALL THAT eertai-, gUBf D1..II.I,.„I called TttE B pan.h of Balm Jo..;.., „, ihl* l.lar-1 n,d conUUiing by Acre* M perchee ot land or IHr*ab. '. abullnuj %  or late of Mount WUtoii. Parka*. It 11. tiard. 0. no landnow Cla % %  U Vaughn. J..ph Queniin and Predartcfe AuSUalu* l*hn *el and on Hie public road 01 I *l*a Ihr uw BBS* abui and 1iui 1... ., U( u, me n^aauaa, minimi 11 boiling riaUB* and other b .ud therrlo hel..ngi H WILLIAMS. 0.11 BM Find iunr. IBM """"" S '" '" Dated Bth July. IBM NEW MM SKKVICI 0ENEBA %  TBAfttan I PJ ..; 1.1 %  NKW IIUII -.. -ii.Mtr 1 A Mlual* 11, %  Mil nation i on land* 1 ..i.d I'niltff.l I Hra.Uhat. l*ai OFFICIAL NOTICE having 01 nlTrctuia 1 1 ..clock %  Caaukvan A.I ,laiiiiu.|l BBS nUK right ti hciemulter n,eniin I tl.rlr ciain fFRVi I do hem all par-..1,. ''lie pri-peiK u* U". m. and in..,.,. 1n*d by ma on any Tuaada* pi Krlday brtaaen 11 the all.,,,,...,, a i (h* He*Utn>t>u Offlaa. Public llui oerore ina Bill, day ol H-vla-ubai. lBt n. ...4ar U...1 BjHri %  bu* %  ud raofead anrannng to tr,r nMura .. ,-t 1 1 rlty thereof .. %  *.,. %  1 ..-i' olharwIBS petanri* will be prt, ludad from Mir Dea.ru. of ana 4* e re and be dewnved Of %  PI-MrfTIFr JACOI'ES lll-MI'IIREY IhW END A NT ANNA I'rllHA KPSNCgR I'RCII'FRTIES I'lRSTI.y All. THAT rriltm pi**B I -iti.alr '. HI th* pariit. of U "-rtkadiw al.ii 1 *aMl ronUlning bj 'dia. Ihlrt 1 ...... Ol M.i Alkin* and on a yoad or however elae Ihe ag'"' biHUMl and BEOONlilY All. THAI %  par**) ..1 i„. .Itualc at ar**n* in trie t' %  h of St IJonrgr and Uland ol ltarbad alureaald containing 1 %  %  %  r.-*i. Abutm and b-.iii >!.i ...I' ...„ %  iii. full an land, of O T 1 %  :.-.'. 1 ., ....',. lionIlieraoi, errcrd ,0.1 Unill >Uindin* ami being With Irvr appu IIAHI1 M)Q1 r ,.f OFFICIAL NOTICE UN t BAM IRV. grv Act, laun. 1 ., IKI.I,, ghn 1 m tirar. .. 'trr mamlMBBd ilhe IIBgallJ ••> the delendant. to brut aenwe me an acre, . •Ill, trial, *Un<->.. 1 .. 1,1 he oaminrd by me on BBB %  1 %  %  .. %  a/ta^popn nUM Rafll LraUoa ofT,.. iMbli, II uklma' Hridaeii>ui t>rfore the sail, dn. nf Srn4*inber and ranked according lo the nalu 1 be precluded from ilia MSM-nti ol any dacra* ..„! b %  a.4111.1 Bi* •*• %  > 1 I'lJVINTlIT LIIHJN III 1 DEFCNDANT JOHN WEHLI.Y IUII T PROPERTY AIJ. THAI -. GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN Please write for one to BBBBBBl lli.l.i 11 Gospel llook and Tract Service. 30. t'rnlral Avenue. Bangur N. Ireland I irsh otoika | IIHI'IIIIII Just 1 IIAIIIHIO.IUP hand I %  M %  %  %  tier A I 111' \V I I flattened AMMIIIKNT II K If HunU I \ %  %  1MM1DI ^ 1 Mini M f I %  lift I VW/W %  pa TME < E.Xill. 1 1. IMI'OIUI M on* i a,..,! .v tan* am*, an* 1 %  BH* IS YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT INCREASING? ""' P*f I |,j|< • 1 VI I %  n ritsF-KR Senior OverXrrWelder nowleda* .,( lath* work helpaal /ply Mai.ger Lower gatate Facto**II ft si^Sn SERVANTS EKprrienrcd lanbjd a VMk aid a buUer-ma.d Apply i> neraon ft10 a in firwun, lodge. .Unwell-* Coart 11 I SI -S MISCKM.ANKOI'S COW One Cow fr**b In milk *tween and 40 ptnu p*r day Apply : Crrav**. BatrrBt. St P*t*r it %  11— at WAMTin HOUSE with I..IUI naw S*a prafrnad out Looking lor *on wiUi particular* Members are cordially invited to attend a pre* sontation to be made to Mr. John Goddard. O.B.E. On WED. AUGUST .'Und at 6.30 p.m. At Kensington Oval H. D. KIDNEY. I Honorary Secretary. 1 .•-^-,*--*--*VwVrA^*e*e*x^vajt*A WANTKI) IOa I Ml HI keUI AM OaCAjmaanos ft pint* Coijinurmaie with Cark. Parochial Budding* Phone II 1 SI—In CurbYourPiles II IS no lacanir aacaaaarr P> -. %  r-" 1. itoalBg aad tannarii from I'll*. •IDC* tha ftl*-ovary sf Mytaa (farmirlf known a* chlnarald 1. Hytaa atarta |g ..r In 1 minaiaa aad itt only giopa lha aatn but alao tahea aal Ik. rw.l:of. stop* t.:*aiag ang BBBlatM_ Irritation thereby earblaji atbar l/ou K eicauaad iiy PILaB aueh a* Haadaci.a • riaaiih*** Backaaha. Conatlpatlur loa* f '.1.1IH-. arg brrlubli fti*o*l'Vori 0*1 M/t* from diuacU* fcoday aaufar tha'^ ntwa Myt* muat Bla* roar p'l. -..in* trOtlblBB Bf RMM~ t'urn at amply parka** WTIUI I IVOBY 1 "11 I isi -.. gc t.rt THAXI'S %  I-MII Oia SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA Head < in al R. M. JONES & ( 0MPANV LIMITED %  nlaft d Ba BOOKS ARE GOOD COMPANIONS NOVELS JUST OPENED . THE MINISTRY OF IIXI. — by Graham Greene CREATURES OF filHCI MSI \\< I %  >. by W. Somerset Maugham AS OUTCAST OF THF ISLANDS — by Joseph Conrad AT THE ADVOCATE STATIONERY THE MOST MODERN IN TOWN FURNITURE AUCTION \\i lilt .H.|\ ".'"'lit) \m;tl.( at 111* a.m. 11. %  1 1 I %  1 • %  Tablr Eaai < I %  irnbe lacigHh r i.t. stai .1%  IN MAIUXIANY %  1 ..,,... i %  %  %  Tabe, %  I 1 ..M~. Medlrln. ,1 r .. ... .... 1 %  1 El*c %  1-1 ,n. 1-->.|.%  %  %  %  %  %  .1 uma AUCTIONESM >..l... V*. III. ..I.... Ito. A.r.s. r v A ran** tm fbaiatfaa* Ibrtlgla* FOR ill). REFINED LADIES! I MHO Wf.l \|>i In Hint.-. I'ink. BBM Lemon from 52-35 A up %  ARaMoofl ranra 1 I.IHH-Aaafl. C'alour—*..J? ^ -w| ROM VIM in 11 —|2I.' .. rd II RMI 1 MaJ. %  il -nd Main 1 IM I., I Ins. —from -I III u, %  .inn. .! 1,1 OIOI I'll—fram >I *• a rd — Also — HATd I'NDtt V.l *B, I IM 1 IIVI I Ml FI.LFR, BLOI'HCS WHINKill IT KK.I 1 s 111 s I: I I I || \ V K11 S FAHS IK |*01 t: IHOPWW0 ( HawSI THANI BROS. I I



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ESTABLISHED 1895 TUESDAY, A. HURRICANE RAGES ACROSS YUCATAN: II:.MV-O\* IIIIIVI BRITAIN AID TO OFFERS JAMAICA KERIDA. Mexico, Au^. 20 fRE CARIBBEAN HURRICANE caused "wide spread damage" as it ra^ed across the Yucatan Peninsula, and panic stricken inhabitants of this provincial capital took shelter in churches andi public buildings. The hurricane already had killed 109 persons when it raked Jamaica. High winds and torrential rains lashed this city of 100,000 people, but Government officials were hopeful that the storm might veer around Merida and other Yucatan population centres. Mlunl Weather Bur %  eld ;m nres of susplrinn north-i %  •... out ;in,i was being duml vvnina "An Cl % %  'ObMTVfli tins moralni but could %  nothing," the W< %  aid. 'Settled condltk ii. other tropical areas now." Th %  "dad May Abandon Illegal [milligram GnnpaigD irr iro >K.U arras now. • .,_ ,,. ^ T>k ,^ J A.".,., V m NN Orloai %  i SPAIN. AUK^: 16, Bureau reported at 10 • ti '" tha hurricane had but US %  f Mexico and was aboi.iHilfliagajl of Mend. A II mOVd across • suln. it lint parl of lb strength ODd tha maximum wind was 75 miles par how %  UH centre.— i I -ii correspond.' l I help from Britain for Jamaica's burricani made to Sir Hugh Fool I : tha Island. HI inunoxui Lion at th. il has been fully UUCed, I M"i*tion llcporta•I.'H'" Han) liamlaranta have • aad admission ai the been bnprttooad .I bio i' 1 lice Fieadquartan until i M i> r Su i mid thai %  .iM be chartered to take pro* %  lotted In i. atlve lab M HI Miti.i Nimin.iit hi I Tuo Ships Due being awaited to find m wn n to tha Colonial direction help can best be giv< Bci alary, ii*iumng whether the Prohibited Clas* :.-u |g jiill m force, and %  .ether the Government ii. now of the acute economic : | Colony intends :., aot on the Ordinance. If this %  is put into force. It will cause an exodus of nonTrtnidadlang from the Colony. Noi only will the labouring elas* !>,. afTected. but doctors, lnwyurs, and magisti ill--, will i>* Involved. All day today, telenhi Leen ringing in the Colonial Ottoa and the West India Committee aopla wanting to find out %  .in 1 lataal nawi of relatives, Operty in Jamaica, in a latter to the Daily Express tfr, i K. <: W HI nlajM adHei ••* u* Daily oaaeset who is on holiday in this country, the horrors of a hurricane and says. "Everybody in 1 . oka i" %  Oovi that must look to Britain." A Colonial Office .-.poke-man said tail evening thai no newel are relief fund I tha i i betas, itartad toe Jamah i \ Qaaedtan Preai n i Ix>ndon says that Tw i Roy'' tan ordered ilce for burrlcai %  II'. Righur-* Bay ehrlulel lo arrive al KB rton from Bar%  % %  •n.iiim The Saairov. due thenon Wertn< The Ordinance declare* all person* of the class mentioned to be undesirable immigrants <>n economic grounds. Such undesirables, according to the Ordinance. [ not belonging t ho wish to enter or tered the Colony lor the af seeking or engaging in a class of employment, for which that ible candidates in the Colony." Baft n thai A .::>u: in ., I'm I -nf-S|*Uil' court*IO more pereone were ordered to'be kept iu custodj until Bermuda. An Admiralty epokoi deportation. Seven of thi Id that the frigates %  0* the other, are from medical !,, v hul *" m % % %  Mr. Truman Challenges The Soviets WAMIIN .1* %  • %  '.i Con* on MOD* dm to prove the soviet de*ir %  i action ... Unite evkfc % %  %  modify it; : %  i mow fur %  ail H> and tfOI %  • >jn.ooo.ooo House cut In appropriations for th' He said all meant should in* used t> carry the tmerlcan eurtam. The Pt" mltted to the llo the recen' %  earlier this year by ... m n people Truman charted that much o' tter i %  %  %  unfortunate tha %  i %  I %  Soviet Union which BOW en world "II the Government of th. Soviet Union wants to mi • i,| peace, it ran ltO| flouting the authority of th Nations." Truman sugKussln stop supporting armed aMTO ail on iii ileilance of •top lUDVefBtve mnvn III other eon He •'. o sensOeajMsl Russia to loin in good faith in -welting re;.I %  tret of %  tomic energy. "Unless we have coth I %  . i • change I the United Bt l f W ool Prices Going Dp 17.7V. TROOPS GET BOGUS LETTERS Mossadegh Is Optimistic %  %  in i Me ad< ; %  %  hopefu %  %  rd si.ii..-v %  %  t %  ind H \v %  [run en*e special %  ieni ". i M Kh said %  %  \\ ,• i obeervei T.M.I" balki had 1 1 Bl all hope f BOWKV : i %  %  JJNITED NATIONS PATkOLS Ul along th front hsTi bora tsrloni letters proposinu that D.N. aril Cl Coninumist front line nnitfl ftfrnngo an informal armisti.e ttaom .'Ives while COOM fire talks continue at KaesonR. The letters, nngrammstli I t'omposed, havr boon lot in ttu adronoi front lines whore U N patrola would find them or hare been delivered by Korean farmers who approach patrols under a white fl8. nl" f'KINTFSS MARG.ARF.T will .prixl lirr 'it. >tf BAlmoral. Il-r-In la n li.r I %  iil> dr.I lilnlul i. lait l<> Siutlillil I I' s Texas Alerted For The Big Blow MKXICO C!T\*. August 20. THE HURRirANK that kilted at leaal lift pcraoh %  to an whleti %  i _|i. P. Russian Turns Againsl Stalin KKHI.IN Allied oiti.iai.ii. Monday nifht th R .. onon l< of Berlin and "P r %  n il trains maklnj 'i %  '.'. %  %  i .< rnuni I We %  IIiiin ii. I weni m' 1 force al Marl, nbom %  %  Weal Oernun bordet %  I blocka i %  from Bei lin "' good lad %  t .. and forced ii"' u/eel <<• inrtltui a roinrtiercial hatn I riid nol take g %  orioua trlew i WhipMrJ lluQulf wUl towns ue alerted toi Ihe bin blow The Naval Air blation at Corpus Chruti Texas, haj already evacunl'ai^tta planet.. United Slat* wiathet bureau in New (TfU-.n pporti O.M.T a very dan^erou.s huiiirii. roai reatward ab! Agriculture ipohearnan laid %  r %  i rs* the ivool brade irl iau< 1 i qutrements lUnm the esei .. %  h %  substantLiI Al the I BOOdj the world supply of wool probably will not be great)-< last Mason. World produc1 expected to IK%  Jlghtb ad %  over in major ex port in ir %  %  will be |u l .' / oil al bj th i %  .', %  rtmonl bsld the United April i rept .....v. of i onaumpUoi nrenl i ite the lowest tuna *f lhc v %  Ml —vr. Russia's A'Bombs 6*4 Bigger Ami lielter SKINOTON. Aug. 20 • r>w^ Commiti Hi that IlUl hombs than %  ind morr potent believed. Ttvse arc touK tougher -tin if your I out %  %  %  lh.it Ihe lce. the possibihtv "of multiple atom bomb drops." Price said that i out civilian defl i r TC-DAY'S WEATHER CHART -uuris* : 5.50 a.m Ssunel: 'i II;. ii in Mean L*t QuarU-r 24th. I.ithtlnr Ip: 1 p.m HUh Tid! 37 a.m JIIII II p.m. In" lidr : 1? 30 a.m *nd I !:. p.m. d it .hut it will take the spotlight of v i The treaty of .... dntab i v in the d thttt the Agl"-1 British protectorate unUI Its people have matuied sifflclently to mant they %  Alnragata Treaty that Egypt hjs decided to ebi %  tsfa El Nahah I \\ -cabinet arc prenf the ab'oga. %  %  tr. th.it l %  %  lo approve the little aouM th.<: it wlU whelming botb the s< Deputlee, %  • %  .i. rafuaaJ for the eornpleb (Caniil and the fssllni I HcaPtlla Klcmenls ted, Eg>i>t .*. !. troops at %  elnnent: Irani u lor the Mi'ldi. -IP. Poison Gus? K i LONDON. Aug. 20. i Communists charged o that "Ameru Monday barians" are using pO boml.i In Korea during the Arrr.iTalks, The raaa llstrl Communlal Mewi Agency diepatch minting the rh.ngc by Kim Guka President of the 1' Committee of the Kott I .P. IO Mil I 4.1! Oil: RAMb COT Oft \SMAUA. t : %  Three I • the tongu' countryman because they though' % %  %  • :. I'.P. sir i n ART. Aug '" rormei Ru %  ndei Kerenekj em o %  thai fiir if "in i i By HARBV \\ Ml \N l / WASHINGTON A 1 IB U uentp .' 0 n V • Ken .. .. %  H offlClal %  Liking .ill positUold, 'thl ,, i > Impact of th ..... tern on .. %  %  "The htl t loll BlNtl might ii furthoi wiiri the j i .. tlon of J I M< (ii o'l Vucatan prm Inn %  hoard from At least IH j m lie %  '.i.i re thi tailed BsM i than £30,000,000 dead n d / \. Take Three Hills BIGH I'M ARMY Hi fi attack hills on tl %  %  1 %  i munisl pi" I %  %  %  %  1 '. %  .i i %  %  %  %  %  l %  %  ihould mei %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .. in dlffc %  % %  %  1 %  I %  ind n"*"". The United Natk 1st chi %  i %  1 %  nunj The inil Mh> 0 In.. i %  % %  V %  re fi-in rhlch cur i %  %  lea of Japai —UP. \iirt'tn\vi\\ Not?tled TOK 1 %  %  %  I %  %  %  > %  %  i. i n %  %  '', % %  Including %  i,.in.-_r p. %  now developing Rfl Ihe fall Indurtrlal < ountrtei U %  -I axporta to Latin Amsrla aggressively during the permd is ,,..,!.,,. ran %  v ith price eontn en I i %  11> it, f a %  To .ici|uaini Latin Aim > % %  i tolly with the giKi i of the us in meetli lean Ripply eqti %  %  end exrx He iplete Inforn %  S strengthen II i nd l the < %  tenth visited the South I : I chief of tl % %  Slaght. Dlicetor of I %  %  They will attend %  % %  . etlna I'.n.ini,. Which 0p< proceed Auguel so i< I v of public Works ami Ihe K'neign Department lo I I %  —r.p. Sur/ Dispute FJr Securit) Gonairi] ( AIK* i A newhp.iper quoted I E i la ihe United N the BcypI lo ral ic the %  t %  %  ecurtty Counell %  %  %  %  in %  ummM* i" e -i which ithi %  %  m Ireaty. i Egypt's den the alra %  %  jste the —t*.p. rl.i'III p I mhip and •gainst Comraunl i %  i The The "ADVOCATE" pnye for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night grotit! %  l'-i\ %  I I %  %  B pea i moti i' %  l %  %  %  %  %  • '• % % % %  t p %  i] adio tlon end a lit %  %  .: .' %  1 %  %  mlttee, i of tl f I' %  i p YUGOSLAVIA DENIES ATTEMPT TO KILL TITO BELGRAOI i % % % % %  • pskH Tito Yugoslav N %  %  %  Ushed last tioned fabrkatlon^ dej I all fnundailrm." -t'.r. B.€ l.alMurrrs Load Strike In U.S. EORGI Aug IB. %  i William %  I I lho United I h Ihe farm ere being ... H is ui : a rtrlks and t'-'k %  i -anted To Menzien HBXBOI %  Uem %  Liberal i o ml ... %  had th 11 %  i A' • throug] .bleu G %  %  end ol 1953 r> Uti 0|ilimisli< Too OBK, I %  ll and In an ai %  %  r-ied to I I i l'-n t'.P France Annoyed Over Anglo—U.S. Policy PARIS, %  wtth Angh I press for larger %  20. members of the islnnly West lertcan Other quarters fee! thst %  I-. i Scut overlooked lYsnce in the entire I a ne %  ft li by it %  %  , %  • area" It added I %  ... .. %  the Big Th" defend ihington -.nean area One of the reaf-o Pli .-•Juible quarters said 1-ehiml the Monday An important segment of General Alphonto Jutfl i.re-occudent Oeneral of Morocco to hit The paper la T..I| issues that still i>oat a North Atlantl i re rnlshl be i and more frank <


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PAGE TWO BAKBAIKIS ADVOCATE 11 ESDAY. AUGUST 21. 1M1 CaJiib C liuinrs-| Tt-ll* \i A ndnoiv Dior looks will pn I i Ordn • Km nt the conclusion of the first day'* | Trial Came for the fortr. low ..na. For R.E.C. Meeting H IS Honouig^Sr J o Wayne. AdmiDJsnW>r of Antigua nrcmpanied by Mi F Scott] .Tohn%  rrlvod from Antig-n i,> II W I A on s... -. .,i th<* meeting of the Regional asnittea which a H tings House to-morrow Man, M H. Onvis and Mr. Ok H. S< KtM k %  iv trie some 'i HI \ Marleod Smith. i I 4nl Island .,! IhM meeting came in OB Suidej bom Ci .1 Smith. They are l the M A J. Raatgever. th> Brit^A Lett (iuijiiu delegate air.vc; vi Trinidad H W I A JS5J Mrs. Raatgever accompanid i —QouiQ abrt>aa w a oil ot peace art Htm / %  Cocktail Party K AND MRS John ktall party at mew Royal Edition T HF imke of Windsor is to tJTih SSO copies ol his lor salt at t'3i 10c. each. II will be %  hand-mane paper and %  ound HI leather with the Duke'* coal of arms blocaad in gold o the front. Tne Milton jfl almont fully sun•enbed. but printing hah not yet oegur. Th'' need for handI Hiding will causa further delo>. MIVCN: III quit* C*vvlgaaj from the first time mi shake hands with him that inching is going to stop him eni i Off To U.S. rrtda night it rttentta wltimii anntvertl ggi Barfeodi %  boneui wen I.:idy Dangan. Among those prOa> M it. AND MKS. John Harry •" l <***• ( '"' ••'"' M" %  .,, tan. mo UA on %  "<" ^ Vidnu-i. < orndi and Mi Dob pbln, Vi dealt. Hi A I'otter. Mi .mil Mi %  | Mi OBd Mis H A-D VScott, Mis H. Dowdlng, Mr, and Mrs ft i M i gan, Mr, and Hi A N-i' Mr. and Mm. C. Accompanying them %  „i l >. < > .: %  two ebOdron, Ariene tjid Jackie Qale, Mr. and v They are staving with Mr Frank and Mrs M. I'.iikii In and Mr* Harris of Haggatts. St Andrew. II 1 1. Ban* and later on UHH adU ^ltend some croft, Mr I" time at Bnthshcba. Mr. ami MiI. Simiii, Mr %ut Mm, s Corttrr, t'omdi and Mrs Mr. Harris, who noraa with a N> Day 8 h. D, and M,. J P 5hfs-i metal company in Long o'Mahony. Maj M I Is l an d, load Cm Ihai iboy am,. IIX Dr illlrt MrR UoyetaUIJ, Mr pad to have a good time. Judging ail() Mrs Lloyd Thon After 28 Years ||{. AND MRS. John Har %  arrived from tin 11 S Sunday via Puerto Rloo l> B.W.l.A. to spend l month's hobday In Barbados. This is Mr Harris' first visit to B;.r twenty-eight yaan Be brother of Frank and Arnott Harris. from the receptic %  c.1 at Seawell they Elemental Ernest Betty Strong. Mrs. P, Mr. ..nd Mrs. fj. Wo-ul. Mr .ni AM B.W.l.A. on Sumia. utnnier holiday M RS. J. M. MEADE and Mrs. Noel Inniss flew In I*uerto Rico on Sunday by B-W.I A. mi h) M IS on a visit On The Air R .1AHY (; It I M it L F. daughter of a Colonial Scr%  Oflkar, will talk about her upbringing on :). %  islund where she was born In a Tea-Time Talk on August 23. l'H< t>ul>ll hindsut. FiMitnnle: Rosemary's father Sir Arthur QrimbHl was Adinm,*trator an Harold French. sail %  -">' ** with a li" lobsttsr. Itlbts." "I bsvc become very atlathsKt 1 said sadly 'Ye*, 1 knoA I '" bar,' h*.* told me U a laHcr nave. I can't play It at U." couple -t days ago. 'We call her "Wot rhat. you tool.' he snoiie,: Ivy and ne waggles her tail. */ meoa pwtir choir 1 am looking for a nice deep That was even worse. For pool in (he rocks, so she tan wnat he referred to was the colivcntually go her own way. She t< naming you. himsHl and an*'"P** 01 c "alr I was given when has been my ( o-star so long that one around for as long as poai' w m H u )' w 2 od %  ' Ihln ** e deserves a break.' bla m*A h. -in— attrartive chair Every tune 1 make s film the director Utag The last lime it was Ralph Thomas, when we were (Mm AppoiNfmerif V/Uh Venus. 1 think they tell each othor about It. David's Cow and— That film AppuiiUrxeni Wxth V'enu was a good one make. It ii lever based on true wartime story, adsV on Vaaua" m a leading n David Nven and I were vi fond of -Venus." though in end we wan waary of cattle' big... and h JAMf* STEWART: He has lhMjmdilv that only the great in. *'•• a n oug h to use. Through 11 lie has such Inward conet thai no physical disturbance alfacu his thought MKIIAH HIMMM, He possenes stlUness too But it Is not naad to concentrate inwardly He il still beiause he ^ watehuij lutening. and noticing others. )|e has aa open mind and In ly applies what he has noticed •FENCE* TRACT: Not only -ii actor who work* out cveiy line, breath, and pause m what, evay part he's playing but a man wao demands sincere rdfat I <. I boeauat of his wars**. Lucky Far He* V ALERIE HOBSON M going t. play the Countess in the iUm version of Arnold Bennett's The Card. This U> ker first film since -.hr had her batty. lor her it b set m the same lime period as her success. IO Kind Hearts and Coronets— H she is longing to wear wasp waists O ANNA NEAOLE: The rarau liked woman ui the mUustry ha devoted her life to being w acbaas of range. However difliuli the projevt is, she will set here tytf on it, and. with her hui friends Land Herbert WUcox to give hei tnr SJ,,,,-,. IHi; ADVK\T1 lli:S OF P1FA onfldence. I feel will never tak< hi'r eyes off the n|. K \ i HI ;;IM HKPRI RN; Sh. kl une of the few real individualists. Rbe Is in no way phoney Because of her great gbyi be in the public eye at all she has to be brave. *tHA*T QRAMORS: Bold j.l ysiculiy and mentally he's .i big person. eVrll laatse! nno us in the film worUi the a name of Pauline Siroud has aw Important. It means hope and opportuiut> i and a lot of good thinE-s most ol us feared were dead in a financially embarrassed industry Pauline Stroud is 19 and gfM picked out of a thousand pretty girls to play the part of B beauty queen in die film satire Lodi/ Godii-rt Rides Auai" She has done so well she h is Just been t eonlract. ing that there is still room Bur ft must haviDavid's appetite. When he was in Paris, the eth s day, he bought ten pounds fillet steak. He Rot ii Urungli the Custom* easily, apart frani a few eraeks about the blind-i time smart Americans bought Iheir clothes m Par,Rut the ljst war changed this hub.t Anirrican oesigners built up big reputation* 1'u-d.ay elegint c cmopoliUi^. like the Duchess o* Windsor, buy almost as many clothes m New York as they do hi Pans Top French designers like Dior art finding it worth while to design an American collection and send it across the Atlantic Leading London eoniuriera are alw pursuing the American market and East season Hardy Amies produced a special collection of beautiful British tweed* and English tailoring to show in New York. Mang English wholesale uianufscturcrs now pay rcgui Visits to New York as well as Parts. They say that English women like th. i simplicity ol American styles. hu n tam my New York fashion scouts is a summai York autumn fashion: Thi American line is fulliJtlrtcd with small, belted waist, high necklines and Important '•• %  rest. Skirt length remains the same Strapless dresses 0 popular, but there are lots of halter straps and oneshoulder effects Many dance dresses are still short with swirling, stiffened or pleated skirtsSpanish influence is revealed in Iringe*. tassels and intricate braid embroidery. Colours are itrong -nil jewel-like and there is plants of jet-trimming. Large loose coals with a forward swing from the nhoujdcrv. lie fiat al the >ide seams P,-.. ,leather belts appear riabl I the wide, cnaaaai Eabrfa pinch"*l K Hal., are small I Veils feature rbri 'hlinker" veins inspired kg • >e shield*, "dress circles" that fall .->houlder-deep from tiny caps. mid "Ace-in-the-hole" veins of glittering mesh, with a hole at the mouth Amusing note on dance dresses is a small fringe of jingle bells COLOURS IX) n'T TOGETHER raspberry lace over shell pink lace in a Jeanne La fa uric dance dress Slate grey wool combined with softest green silk, the colour of an unripe peach Thick canary uool dress with dove grey belt and Cossack cap. II W I I4HV FASHIONS— France tall, stalely Blonde Dior in ravivaj tiie fashion for gold ankle chains and wears one nylons. Novelties include diamond beauty spots on aye veils and ton furs with glittering l< wel flaws. QtTTE CRAZY . Jean Des%  ss 1 Barpo Mai-x wigs of block ii"! feathers thick woollen dresses gill to the waist front and buck. and jacket linings and epaulettes of white swan feathers Pierrot Bilmain laces his dresses up the bach like okt-fashioned corsets and mannequins wear taxi-hailuiit whistles with town suits IMKl DAYS Poodles are umart dogs in Paris French actress, Martin. lakes her black poodle to the dress showDog beauty parlours sell .%  will,,! eollar-lcad sets at £S lime with a pluck ami perfumed snampoo al tw< World Crpynght Reserved —L.ES. BY THE WAY • &f • eaceo m 6er I I is the diciny duty ,.f LbOM who create an a biin apbara In which the vary an pttl Blfl breathe is linpiegnatcd with prqpaganoVi. to suspect everything Soviet officials in Berlin were looking forward to unveiling a .A '..me ol BtaUn Btn .i pri llmlnary exanunation of the stailed i Icaisnasoma arenas in Stalin's trousers. Denouncing this Fascist plot to Rial leader lo** like a boUrgW /en. the officials refused to attend the oararaony. Tha sculp* lor may belong to a deviationisi party wiuch want the decency and respectability of the leadV to cepbaro him for a bourgaoia i.vnh.'.ion. Or he may simpK lie %  man with u sense of humour which Is almost BJ appalling. It b believed that Influential friendi this sculptor from givini; tfaa statue a bowler hat. Thv \urkoriT Svttrm SMARTAL1.ICK pointed out yewterday that the method,,i Gfaaatttag In use i' Wi -t Point arc old-fashioned and outmoded. Al Narkover any l*y who can put up the mone> can Bl ma-tei who will ^ell linn the ex%  mlnaUOD papers in advance, as soon as they havV been prtntnl. Thl ..voidsthe ikunsv Byaten of looking over a boy 1 -, sli iuM* I or using a crib. Bo* Uv oils are unreliable compared with a knowleilue of what auctions are goln lo l>e asked. Asked wlrt-ther this dxl not lond the i gainst the poarai boys. the HranmasTti replied: "At BChOOj the dm are always loaded against those without iwoney. But a poor boy with spirit can always borrow atvhBg clothes or some such article as -ecunts D Marginal ftoir r l!E -ugg'-sflion that .: %  %  %  %  W Ihv tkillel I UKE the reply -i the belli n'na r., when a rrawUng aaatnata told her thai bar pci f >i main.was simply breatb-taklag. She swld. -Well Ii bit-.ith. anvway." MsWata to ilnuilh Mv I HI In in Stubble., like : -• irbianer m the boz-.n ol r i %  .i.i. Orient, like a tomto n inessage In the steaming Junglci of the darkest heart of Africa, like a typhoon in th. feMed Timor Sea. a rumour that Vie plating had hegun to |"H from I32.5oo.goo doaen forks, spread aero?" the United States from Key Wast to Cape natttrry, from San Diego to the .11 sr IX JOHNSON'S CHINA WARE In Rose. Blue and Golden Dawn TEA COFFEE, DINNER AND BREAKFAST SETS You can make up your own set replace breakages and add lo your set at will %  COCO FIBRl' DOOR MATS .STRONG ENAMEL KETTLES 3 & 4 Pts. %  T. B. EYAXS A Will I III I US DIAL 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES smell there would be fewer m Maine fionliei. The question then cides cannot be said to go to lb BTO %  What can be done with root Of the mallei The a Who useless oyster forks? Let me not are mastered !>v despair c-n piejnriiee the issue by taking hnrdlv kg ratpectod to nay: "I sides. would kill myaaK towgy if H Uoraann Express serv wasn't for ihe foul smell of the DWMJ Fidol 'TM1E sailor who was bitten by A a Ciippopotamus the otha) da) can congratulate himself that lbs i>rast waanl trying very hard— unlaai it was of the Wo: Asrtcari i i. A Inch can IM" puan< ed over by a boy of nine, The ordinary blppopota m us has a Bourbon umlcrlip and an enormous mouth anan; inn,-over, hi hit it with vour Hst ilike hilliiig van, so thick and lougfi • !' %  skin. It han which move when II ih The i>oet has sung of it* / ifiiiif uurnnpopotanusa Is really almost one of us ',/ ussy tie esu Mr arub Rcmbuls rge of tinSoiaye Clwb. $2.40 and S2.53 $1.56 and $2.10 DIAL 4220 HeadossrU-r* d W)MOMW*7/>vvm4 and DARK COMMAND" Starring John WAYKT Waiter HD Roy ROGERS


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ESTABLISHED 1895
TUESDAY, A.
HURRICANE RAGES
ACROSS YUCATAN:
ii:.mv-o\* iiiiivi
BRITAIN
AID TO
OFFERS
JAMAICA
KERIDA. Mexico, Au^. 20
fRE CARIBBEAN HURRICANE caused "wide
spread damage" as it ra^ed across the Yucatan
Peninsula, and panic stricken inhabitants of this
provincial capital took shelter in churches andi
public buildings. The hurricane already had killed
109 persons when it raked Jamaica.
High winds and torrential rains lashed this
city of 100,000 people, but Government officials
were hopeful that the storm might veer around
Merida and other Yucatan population centres.
Mlunl Weather Bur
eld ;m nres of susplrinn north-i
'...
out ;in,i was being duml
vvnina
"An Cl '- ObMTVfli
tins moralni but could
nothing," the W<
aid. 'Settled condltk
ii. other tropical areas now."
Th
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Illegal [milligram
GnnpaigD
irr iro >k.u arras now. .,_ ,,. ^T>k,^J a.".,., ,v
m Nn Orloai i Spain. Auk^: 16,
Bureau reported at 10 ti '"
tha hurricane had but
US
f Mexico and was aboi.-
iHilfliagajl of Mend.
A II mOVd across
suln. it lint parl of lb strength
ODd tha maximum wind
was 75 miles par how
Uh centre.
i I -ii correspond.' l
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help from Britain for Jamaica's
burricani
made to Sir Hugh Fool I
: tha Island. HI
inunoxuiLion at th.
il has been fully UUCed,
I M"i*tion llcporta-
i.'h'" Han) liamlaranta have
aad admission ai the
been bnprttooad
.I bio i'1 lice Fieadquartan until
i
M i> r Su i mid thai
.iM be chartered to take pro*
lotted In
i. atlve lab
M hi Miti.i Nimin.iit hi I
Tuo Ships Due
being awaited to find m wn n to tha Colonial
direction help can best be giv< Bci alary, ii*iumng whether the
Prohibited Clas*
:.-u |g jiill m force, and
.ether the Government
ii. now of the acute economic
: | Colony intends
:., aot on the Ordinance. If this
is put into force. It
will cause an exodus of non-
Trtnidadlang from the Colony.
Noi only will the labouring elas*
!>,. afTected. but doctors, lnwyurs,
and magisti ill--, will i>* Involved.
All day today, telenhi
Leen ringing in the Colonial Ottoa
and the West India Committee
aopla wanting to find out
.in1 lataal nawi of relatives,
Operty in Jamaica,
in a latter to the Daily Express
tfr, i K. <: W HI
nlajM adHei * u* Daily oaaeset
who is on holiday in this country,
the horrors of a hurri-
cane and says. "Everybody in
1 oka i" Oovi
that must look to Britain."
A Colonial Office .-.poke-man
said tail evening thai no newel are
relief fund I tha i i
betas, itartad toe Jamah i
\ Qaaedtan Preai n i
Ix>ndon says that Tw i Roy''
tan ordered
ilce for burrlcai
ii'. Righur-* Bay ehrlulel
lo arrive al KB rton from Bar-
.n.iiim The Saairov.
. due then- on Wertn<
The Ordinance declare* all
person* of the class mentioned to
be undesirable immigrants <>n
economic grounds. Such undesir-
ables, according to the Ordinance.
[ not belonging t
ho wish to enter or
tered the Colony lor the
af seeking or engaging
in a class of employment, for
which that ible candi-
dates in the Colony."
Baft n thai A
.::>u: in ., I'm I -nf-S|*Uil'
court*IO more pereone were order-
ed to'be kept iu custodj until
Bermuda. An Admiralty epoko- i deportation. Seven of thi
Id that the frigates 0* the other, are from
medical "!,,!v hul *"m" '

Mr. Truman
Challenges
The Soviets
WAMIIN .1*
'.i Con*
on Mod*
dm to prove the soviet de*ir
i action
... Unite evkfc
modify it;
:
i .
mow fur
ail H> and tfOI
>jn.ooo.ooo House
cut In appropriations for th'
He said all
meant should in* used t>
carry the tmerlcan
eurtam.
The Pt" mltted to
the llo the recen'

earlier this year by
...
m n people
Truman charted that much o'
tter i



unfortunate tha
.
i
I
Soviet Union which BOW
en world ,
"II the Government of th.
Soviet Union wants to mi
i,| peace, it ran ltO|
flouting the authority of th
Nations." Truman sug-
Kussln stop supporting
armed aMTOailon iii ileilance of
top lUDVefBtve mnvn
iii other eon
He '. o sensOeajMsl Russia to
loin in good faith in -welting re;.I
tret of
tomic energy.
"Unless we have coth I
.
. i .
change
I the United Bt
l f
W ool Prices
Going Dp
17.7V. TROOPS GET
BOGUS LETTERS
Mossadegh Is
Optimistic


in i
.
_ Me ad< ;' hopefu

rd si.ii..-v
t
ind H \v
[run en*e special
' i- eni ".
. i M
.....Kh said


\\ , i obeervei
t.m.i" balki had
1
1 Bl all hope f
bowkv : i .
JJNITED NATIONS PATkOLS Ul along th
front hsTi bora
tsrloni letters proposinu that D.N. aril Cl
Coninumist front line nnitfl ftfrnngo an informal
armisti.e ttaom .'Ives while COOM fire talks continue
at KaesonR.
The letters, nngrammstli I
t'omposed, havr boon lot in ttu adronoi
front lines whore U N patrola would find them or
hare been delivered by Korean farmers who
approach patrols under a white fl8.

. nl"
f'KINTFSS MARG.ARF.T will .prixl lirr
'it. >tf BAlmoral. Il-r- -In la n li.r I
"iil> dr.I lilnlul i. la-
it l<> Siutlillil I I' s
Texas Alerted For
The Big Blow
MKXICO C!T\*. August 20.
THE HURRirANK that kilted at leaal lift pcraoh

to
an whleti

i
_|i. P.
Russian Turns
Againsl Stalin
KKHI.IN .
Allied oiti.iai- .ii. .
Monday nifht th R
.. onon l<
of Berlin and
"p r n il trains maklnj
'i '.'. i .< rnuni
I We ii- iiin ii.
I weni m'
1 force al Marl, nbom
Weal Oernun bordet I
blocka i
from Bei lin "' good
lad t..
and forced ii"' u/eel << inrtltui
a roinrtiercial hatn
I
riid nol take g orioua trlew i
WhipMrJ llu- Qulf Monday nlghl and all Texas &>wUl towns ue alerted toi
Ihe bin blow The Naval Air blation at Corpus Chruti
Texas, haj already evacunl'ai^tta planet.. United Slat*
wiathet bureau in New (TfU-.n pporti
O.M.T a very dan^erou.s huiiirii. roai reatward
ab u it continual Ita cum
it will smash aahore neai I
n out] nl B i
U.S. Sendidg
K.- To Lattin- Vnn'rifii
New Oi Leam tvaatln n
said plan-
reel of
.: Hurricane
-i
tl tn
I
ban The)
oal trains paaamg usouati Mai i
inborn breugbl onl)
|.ll^" nf (III- .Ill's cool suppl)
t V
f{|issians Hold
Lp .'{ Trains

Thag
Id that thi.n tin
k home
Showdown Between U.K.
Egypt Coming Near
(By WALTER COLLINS)
CAIRO. August 10
THE ANGLO EGYPTIAN TREATY ol 1038
certain to beat
.. quarters pred I U rt E jrp' wo^d ",'-'
su. i Cai ..:/ ,iUt lho Br|1'
Informed quartei i -tlliflca-
wouldbefollu .v.iii thou* ptian workn ei Britlan
r food, % alar. ;n < thct .-._*.
down bo-
Hi 1 n is ex-
, . ,i i i next low weeks,
WASHINGTON, Aug 20
World WOO) prices will pro
babbj avcrnae somewhat higher
present levels nest
the Department >! Agri-
culture ipohearnan laid r i rs*
the ivool brade irl iau< *
1 i qutrements lUnm the
esei .. ! h
substantLiI Al the I BOOdj
the world supply of wool pro-
bably will not be great)-<
last Mason. World produc-
1 expected to Ik- Jlghtb
.....ad
over in major ex port in ir

will be |u l .' / oil al bj th
i
.',
rtmonl
bsld the United
April i rept
.....v. of i onaumpUoi
nrenl i ite the lowest
tuna *f lhc v
Ml vr.
Russia's A'Bombs
6*4 Bigger Ami
lielter
SKINOTON. Aug. 20

r>w^ Commiti
Hi
that IlUl
hombs than
ind morr potent
believed. Ttvse
arc touK '
tougher -tin if your
I out


.
lh.it Ihe lce. the
possibihtv "of multiple atom
bomb drops." Price said that
i
out civilian defl
i r
TC-DAY'S WEATHER
CHART
-uuris* : 5.50 a.m '
Ssunel: 'i ii;. ii in
Mean L*t QuarU-r 24th.
I.ithtlnr Ip: 1 p.m
HUh Tid- 37 a.m jiiiI
II p.m.
In" lidr : 1? 30 a.m *nd
I !:. p.m.
d it
.hut it will take the spotlight of
v .
i The treaty of
....
dntab i v in the
d thttt the Agl"-1
British
protectorate unUI Its people have
matuied sifflclently to
mant they

Alnragata Treaty
that Egypt
hjs decided to ebi
tsfa El Nahah
I \\ -- cabinet arc pre-
nf the ab'oga-
.
tr. th.it
l
lo approve the
little aouM th.<: it wlU
whelming
botb the s<
Deputlee,

.- i. rafuaaJ
for the eornpleb
(Caniil and the fssllni
I
HcaPtlla Klcmenls
ted, Eg>i>t
.*. !. troops at
elnnent: '
Irani
u
lor the Mi'ldi.
-IP.
Poison Gus?
K i
LONDON. Aug. 20.
i Communists charged o
that "Ameru
Monday
barians" are using pO
boml.i In Korea during the Arrr.i-
Talks, The
raaa llstrl
Communlal Mewi Agency die-
patch minting the rh.ngc by Kim
Guka President of the 1'
Committee of the Kott
I
.P.
IOMil I 4.1! Oil:
RAMb COT Oft
\SMAUA. t :
Three I
the tongu'
countryman because they though'
':. I'.P.
sir i n ART. Aug '"
rormei Ru
ndei Kerenekj em o
thai fiir if "in
i i
By HARBV \\ Ml \N l / .
WASHINGTON A1 IB U uentp .' 0 n V Ken .. ..
H offlClal
Liking .ill posit- Uold, 'thl ,, ,
i > Impact of th .....
tern on ..
"The htl t loll Bl-
Ntl might
ii furthoi wiiri the
. j i ..
tlon of J I M< (ii o'l
Vucatan prm Inn hoard from
At least IH
j m lie '.i.i re thi
tailed BsM i than 30,000,000
dead n d
/ \. Take
Three Hills
BIGH I'M ARMY Hi
fi
attack
hills on tl
'
.

1
i
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ind n"*""-
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The United Natk
1st chi


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nunj
The inil
Mh> 0 In.. i '


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re fi-in
rhlch cur i
!
'
lea of Japai
UP.
\iirt'tn\vi\\ Not?tled
TOK1

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-

'', Including
i,.in.--
_r p.

now developing Rfl Ihe fall
Indurtrlal < ountrtei U
-I axporta to Latin Amsrla
aggressively during the permd
is ,,..,!.,,. ran
v ith price eontn en I
i
11> it, f a

To .ici|uaini Latin Aim > i
tolly with the giKi i
of the us in meetli
lean Ripply eqti

end exrx He
iplete Inforn

S strengthen II i
nd
l
the <
tenth visited the South I
:
I chief of tl

Slaght. Dlicetor of I


They will attend
. etlna
I'.n.ini,. Which 0p<
proceed Auguel so i<
I
v of public Works ami
Ihe K'neign Department lo I I

r.p.
Sur/ Dispute FJr
Securit) Gonairi]
( AIK* i
A newhp.iper quoted I E i '
la ihe United N
. the Bcyp-
I lo ral ic
the t
ecurtty Counell


in ummM* i" e
-i which i- thi

m Ireaty.
.
i Egypt's den the alra '",
jste the
t*.p.
rl.i'- III p I
mhip and
gainst Comraunl i
i
The
The "ADVOCATE"
pnye for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night


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YUGOSLAVIA DENIES
ATTEMPT TO KILL TITO
BELGRAOI
i .
pskH
Tito
Yugoslav N

Ushed last
tioned fabrkatlon^ dej I
all fnundailrm." -t'.r.
B. l.alMurrrs
Load Strike In U.S.
EORGI
Aug IB.
' i William

I
I
lho United I
h
Ihe farm
ere being
...
H is ui .
: a rtrlks and t'-'k -
i -anted To Menzien
HbXBOI

Uem

. Liberal i o ml
...
had th 11 ' i
A' throug]
.bleu G
end ol 1953 r>
Uti 0|ilimisli< Too
OBK,
I
.....
ll
and In an ai
.
r-ied to I
I
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France Annoyed Over AngloU.S. Policy
PARIS,

wtth Angh
I press for larger
20. members of the
islnnly West
lertcan Other quarters fee! thst
I-.
i Scut overlooked lYsnce in the entire I a ne
ft
li
by it
,
area" It added I

...
.. the Big Th" defend
ihington -.nean area One of the reaf-o Pli
.-Juible quarters said 1-ehiml the
Monday An important segment of General Alphonto Jutfl
i.re-occu- dent Oeneral of Morocco to hit The paper
la t..i| issues that still i>oat a North Atlantl i re rnlshl be
. i .
and more frank < .:
high-hant.-' rthec two East. t P
SENIOR
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PAGE TWO
BAKBAIKIS ADVOCATE
11 ESDAY. AUGUST 21. 1M1
CaJiib C i.W MS JOHNS |riliuit hf> liuinrs-| Tt-ll* \i
A ndnoiv Dior looks
will pn
I i .
Ordn
Km
nt the conclusion
of the first day'* |
Trial Came for the fortr.
low ..na.
For R.E.C. Meeting
HIS Honouig^Sr J o Wayne.
AdmiDJsnW>r of Antigua nr-
cmpanied by Mi F Scott] .Tohn-
rrlvod from Antig-n i,>
II W I A on s... -. .,i th<*
meeting of the Regional
asnittea which a
H tings House to-morrow
Man, M H. Onvis and Mr. Ok H.
S< KtM k
iv trie some 'i
HI \ Marleod Smith.
i I 4nl Island
.,! IhM meeting came in OB Sui-
dej bom Ci
.1 Smith. They are
l the M
A J. Raatgever. th> Brit- ^A
Lett (iuijiiu delegate air.vc; vi
Trinidad H W I A JS5J
Mrs. Raatgever accompanid
i QouiQ abrt>aa
w a oil ot peace' art
Htm /
Cocktail Party
K AND MRS John
ktall party at mew
Royal Edition
THF imke of Windsor is to
tJTih SSO copies ol his
lor salt at t'3i 10c.
each.
II will be
hand-mane paper and
ound hi leather with the Duke'*
coal of arms blocaad in gold o
the front.
Tne Milton jfl almont fully sun-
enbed. but printing hah not yet
oegur. Th'' need for hand-
I Hiding will causa further delo>.
! publication on Septcm-
j :: when the fOO.OOO eopie.
I ths ordinary 25s.
Passed Degree
MtS8 CLAIBI KIRTON.
dauKhtci ol Hn lone Klrto
.in Road, has passed bar
helot of Musics degree
ton has been in Englan 1
Why The BIG STARS Stay On Top ( fh rf ..
Vb" wonder why ^ %XMn Vhoill K _IirU v laaaala* Lr C I kr
fern 11
completely practical about ran
knowledge of ramera lighting,
-crip*., os*Jung. and iienwilbaV
A truly remarkable
AV|B> MIVCN: III quit* C*v-
vlgaaj from the first time mi
shake hands with him that
inching is going to stop him en-
i i
Off To U.S.
rrtda night it
rttentta wltimii anntver-
tl ggi Barfeodi
boneui wen
I.:idy Dangan. Among those prOa>
Mit. and mks. John Harry "l <*** ('"' '"' M"
......,, tan. mo UA on "<" ^
Vidnu-i. < orndi and Mi Dob
pbln, Vi dealt. Hi
A I'otter. Mi .mil Mi .
| Mi OBd Mis H A--
D V- Scott,
, Mis H. Dowdlng, Mr,
and Mrs ft i M i gan, Mr, and
Hi A N-i' Mr. and Mm. C.
Accompanying them i l >. < > .:
two ebOdron, Ariene tjid Jackie Qale, Mr. and v
They are staving with Mr Frank and Mrs M. I'.iikii In and Mr*
Harris of Haggatts. St Andrew. II 1 1. Ban*
and later on UHH adU ^ltend some croft, Mr I"
time at Bnthshcba. Mr. ami Mi- I. Simiii, Mr %ut
Mm, s Corttrr, t'omdi and Mrs
Mr. Harris, who noraa with a N> Day8h. D, and m,. j p
5hfs-i metal company in Long o'Mahony. Maj M I
Island, load Cm Ihai iboy am- ,.IIX Dr illlrt MrR UoyetaUIJ, Mr
pad to have a good time. Judging ail() Mrs Lloyd Thon
After 28 Years
||{. AND MRS. John Har
arrived from tin 11 S
Sunday via Puerto Rloo l>
B.W.l.A. to spend l month's hob-
day In Barbados. This is Mr
Harris' first visit to B;.r
twenty-eight yaan Be
brother of Frank and Arnott '
Harris.
from the receptic
c.1 at Seawell
they
Elemental Ernest
Betty Strong. Mrs. P,
Mr. ..nd Mrs. fj. Wo-ul. Mr .n Mr'. A Skmner. Mr. and Mr-
s ] -, \: i : Mi v
ntba,
nd
at
Summer Holidays
ERNF.ST HF.MIN*;WAY.
a time of rvflitotlori
H nt--. has produced
novel. Wind. Sand. Sun. ami th
It deals With tbO hvrs of (our mMI Mba S K.'llv
people and then r^actioo to the Road, who has gone there to spen
LKAVING f>i AM
B.W.l.A. on Sumia.
utnnier holiday
MRS. J. M. MEADE and Mrs.
Noel Inniss flew In I*uerto
Rico on Sunday by B-W.I A. mi
, h) M IS on a visit
On The Air
R.1AHY (; It I M it L F.
daughter of a Colonial Scr-
Oflkar, will talk about her
upbringing on :).
islund where she was born In a
Tea-Time Talk on August 23. -
l'H< t>ul>ll hindsut.
FiMitnnle: Rosemary's father
Sir Arthur QrimbHl was Adinm-
,*trator an i nt from 1933 to 193(1
and Governor of toe wtndwurd
I I4| to 1941 She
has many friends In Barbados.
Final Week
T^f'S is the final week of the
Victorian F.xhlbition at the
Barbados Museum and the ex-
Itda on Sunday. August
Mm !
Incidental Intelligence
EVFJtY Valentine's Day 1 get
.town on my knees and pro-
pB*g to Iria all over again. Only
.vi'Mi I gei down now don't soy.
I lOTC MM** any more. I lust
gag Help me up. F.ddie
< sdar
I I v
About A Chair Dirk Lobster
stay on top I know Tbi< /^N the other hand 1 ... ... A an.mal
vstievr ntmu* .^ ^"^ bundl* of nerves on the liist * UOUbb H rep-
,.TT^ *T: J havi aui s snooUi-i of Kt b Dnk lMaiu<'
""" 'm'1 anTon whu M one ;,. US J.lm cail-
moment can be so glamomt. i.
t mnmgatt r,j , the pvlddle tl M< has U wander round u>
Harold French. sail -">' ** with a li" lobsttsr.
Itlbts." "I bsvc become very atlathsKt
1 said sadly 'Ye*, 1 kno-A I '" bar,' h*.* told me U a laHcr -
nave. I can't play It at U." couple -t days ago. 'We call her
"Wot rhat. you tool.' he snoiie,: Ivy and ne waggles her tail.
*/ meoa pwtir choir 1 am looking for a nice deep
That was even worse. For pool in (he rocks, so she tan
wnat he referred to was the col- ivcntually go her own way. She
t< naming you. himsHl and an*- '"P**01* c"alr I was given when has been my (o-star so long that
one around for as long as poai- w" m Hu)'w2od- ' Ihln" **e deserves a break.'
bla m*A h. -in attrartive chair Every tune 1
make s film the director Utag
The last lime it was Ralph
Thomas, when we were (Mm
AppoiNfmerif V/Uh Venus.
1 think they tell each othor
about It.
David's Cow and
That film AppuiiUrxeni Wxth
V'enu was a good one
make. It i- i lever based on
true wartime story, adsV
on Vaaua" m a leading n
David Nven and I were vi
fond of -Venus." though in
end we wan waary of cattle'
big... and h
JAMf* STEWART: He has lh-
Mjmdilv that only the great in.
*' anough to use. Through 11
lie has such Inward conet
thai no physical disturbance
alfacu his thought
MKIIAH HIMMM, He pos-
senes stlUness too But it Is not
naad to concentrate inwardly He
il still beiause he ^ watehuij
lutening. and noticing others. )|e
has aa open mind and In
ly applies what he has noticed
FENCE* TRACT: Not only
-ii actor who work* out cveiy
line, breath, and pause m what,
evay part he's playing but a man
wao demands sincere rdfat I <. I
boeauat of his
wars**.
Lucky Far He*
VALERIE HOBSON M going t.
play the Countess in the iUm
version of Arnold Bennett's The
Card.
This U> ker first film since
-.hr had her batty.
, lor her it b set m the
same lime period as her success.
IO Kind Hearts and Coronets
H she is longing to wear wasp waists
O
ANNA NEAOLE: The rarau
liked woman ui the mUustry ha
devoted her life to being w
acbaas of range. However difli-
uli the projevt is, she will set
here tytf on it, and. with her hui friends
Land Herbert WUcox to give hei tnr sj,,,,-,.
IHi; ADVK\T1 lli:S OF P1FA
onfldence. I feel will never tak<
hi'r eyes off the n|.
K \ i hi ;;im HKPRI RN; Sh.
kl une of the few real individu-
alists. Rbe Is in no way phoney
Because of her great gbyi
be in the public eye at all she has
to be brave.
*tHA*T QRAMORS: Bold
j.l ysiculiy and mentally he's .i
big person.
eVrll laatse!
nno us in the film worUi the
a name of Pauline Siroud has
aw Important.
It means hope and opportuiut> i
and a lot of good thinE-s most ol '
us feared were dead in a finan-
cially embarrassed industry
Pauline Stroud is 19 and gfM
picked out of a thousand
pretty girls to play the part of
B beauty queen in die film satire
Lodi/ Godii-rt Rides Auai"
She has done so well she
h is Just been t
' eonlract.
ing that there is still room
Bur ft must havi-
David's appetite.
When he was in Paris, the eth
s day, he bought ten pounds
fillet steak.
He Rot ii Urungli the Cus-
tom* easily, apart frani a few
eraeks about the blind- - il paper.
And then he set nut to PI
dinner for some important
The win
i*ht.
looked grand.
j "But,6 David
ward' "k'u'ii p.i y lut |
louii cawateg aol

Suid Tony . .
'.UMIEARD in the umce of
diirer Tony Darnlwrough.
Hfho happens to be my I
Someone at the other end of
the phone asked if I could stand
, Df 70-foot ladder to
,. '
Raid Tony 'Will they insure
I not . no."
This is Show Business.
Succf-ui Secret
MY Una I thought Is on the
future of British films:
I think that our dislike of
right, pandering to cheap arnwnantalfry
nd the aleak has kept the British film industry
moving along.
told me oft<-i- Whan 'he day comes when we
eotnbbM heart and true
ti, intellect, then we'll
aralon. t..F..s.
By EILEEN ASCROFT
A summary of New York fash-
toM i" necessary to complete th"
autumn picture, ir>i
time smart Americans bought
Iheir clothes m Par,- Rut the ljst
war changed this hub.t Anirrican
oesigners built up big reputation*
1'u-d.ay elegint c cmopoliUi^.
like the Duchess o* Windsor, buy
almost as many clothes m New
York as they do hi Pans
Top French designers like Dior
art finding it worth while to
design an American collection and
send it across the Atlantic
Leading London eoniuriera are
alw pursuing the American
market and East season Hardy
Amies produced a special collec-
tion of beautiful British tweed*
and English tailoring to show in
New York.
Mang English wholesale uianu-
fscturcrs now pay rcgui
Visits to New York as well as
Parts. They say that English
women like th. i
simplicity ol American styles.
hu n tam my New York fash-
ion scouts is a summai -
York autumn fashion:
Thi American line is full-
iJtlrtcd with small, belted waist,
high necklines and Important
'rest. Skirt length re-
mains the same Strapless dresses
0 popular, but there are
lots of halter straps and one-
shoulder effects Many dance
dresses are still short with
swirling, stiffened or pleated
skirts-
Spanish influence is revealed in
Iringe*. tassels and intricate braid
embroidery. Colours are itrong
-nil jewel-like and there is plants
of jet-trimming.
Large loose coals with a for-
ward swing from the nhoujdcrv.
lie fiat al the >ide seams P,-.. ,-
leather belts appear riabl I
the wide, cnaaaai Eabrfa
pinch"*l k .
Hal., are small I
Veils feature rbri
'hlinker" veins inspired kg
>e shield*, "dress circles" that
fall .->houlder-deep from tiny caps.
mid "Ace-in-the-hole" veins of
glittering mesh, with a hole at
the mouth
Amusing note on dance dresses
is a small fringe of jingle bells
COLOURS IX) n'T TOGETHER
raspberry lace over shell pink
lace in a Jeanne La fa uric dance
dress Slate grey wool combined
with softest green silk, the colour
of an unripe peach Thick canary
uool dress with dove grey belt
and Cossack cap.
II W I I4HV FASHIONS
France tall, stalely Blonde Dior
in ravivaj tiie fashion for
gold ankle chains and wears one
nylons. Novelties include diamond
beauty spots on aye veils and
ton furs with glittering
l< wel flaws.
QtTTE CRAZY . Jean Des-
ss1 Barpo Mai-x wigs of block
ii"! feathers thick woollen dresses
gill to the waist front and buck.
and jacket linings and epaulettes
of white swan feathers Pierrot
Bilmain laces his dresses up the
bach like okt-fashioned corsets
and mannequins wear taxi-hailuiit
whistles with town suits
IMKl DAYS Poodles are
umart dogs in Paris
French actress, Martin.
lakes her black poodle to the dress
show- Dog beauty parlours sell
.-will,,! eollar-lcad sets at S
lime with a pluck ami per-
fumed snampoo al tw<
World Crpynght Reserved
L.ES.
BY THE WAY ? eaceom6er
II is the diciny duty ,.f LbOM
who create an abiinapbara In
which the vary an pttl Blfl
breathe is linpiegnatcd with
prqpaganoVi. to suspect every-
thing
Soviet officials in Berlin were
looking forward to unveiling a
.a '..me ol BtaUn Btn .i pri -
llmlnary exanunation of the sta-
iled i Icaisnasoma arenas
in Stalin's trousers. Denouncing
this Fascist plot to Rial
leader lo** like a boUrgW
/en. the officials refused to at-
tend the oararaony. Tha sculp*
lor may belong to a deviation-
isi party wiuch want
the decency and re-
spectability of the leadV
to cepbaro him for a bourgaoia
i.vnh.'.ion. Or he may simpK lie
man with u sense of humour
which Is almost BJ appalling. It
b believed that Influential friend-
i this sculptor from giv-
ini; tfaa statue a bowler hat.
Thv \urkoriT Svttrm
SMART- AL1.ICK pointed
out yewterday that the method-
,,i Gfaaatttag In use i' Wi -t Point
arc old-fashioned and outmoded.
Al Narkover any l*y who can
put up the mone> can Bl
ma-tei who will ^ell linn the ex-
mlnaUOD papers in advance, as
soon as they havV been prtntnl.
Thl ..voids- the ikunsv Byaten
of looking over a boy1-, sli iuM* I
or using a crib. Bo* Uv
oils are unreliable compared with
a knowleilue of what auctions
are goln lo l>e asked. Asked
wlrt-ther this dxl not lond the
i gainst the poarai
boys. the HranmasTti re-
plied: "At BChOOj the dm are
always loaded against those with-
out iwoney. But a poor boy with
spirit can always borrow atvhBg
clothes or some such article as
-ecunts "
D
Marginal ftoir
rl!E -ugg'-sflion that .:
'
W Ihv tkillel
IUKE the reply -i the bel-
li n'na r., when a
rrawUng aaatnata told her thai
bar pci f >i main.- was simply
breatb-taklag. She swld. -Well Ii
bit-.ith. anvway."
MsWata to ilnuilh Mv
IHI In in Stubble., like :
- irbianer m the boz-.n ol r
i .i.i. Orient, like a tomto n
inessage In the steaming Junglci
of the darkest heart of Africa,
like a typhoon in th.
feMed Timor Sea. a rumour that
Vie plating had hegun to |"H
from I32.5oo.goo doaen
forks, spread aero?" the United
States from Key Wast to Cape
natttrry, from San Diego to the
.11 sr IX
JOHNSON'S CHINA WARE
In Rose. Blue and Golden Dawn
TEA COFFEE, DINNER AND BREAKFAST SETS
You can make up your own set replace breakages and add
lo your set at will
COCO FIBRl' DOOR MATS
.STRONG ENAMEL KETTLES 3 & 4 Pts.
T. B. EYAXS A Will I III I US
DIAL 4606
YOUR SHOE STORES
smell there would be fewer m Maine fionliei. The question then
cides cannot be said to go to lb BTO What can be done with
root Of the mallei The a Who useless oyster forks? Let me not
are mastered !>v despair c-n piejnriiee the issue by taking
hnrdlv kg ratpectod to nay: "I sides.
would kill myaaK towgy if H Uoraann Express serv
wasn't for ihe foul smell of the
Dwmj Fidol
'TM1E sailor who was bitten by
A a Ciippopotamus the otha) da)
can congratulate himself that lbs
i>rast waanl trying very hard
unlaai it was of the Wo: Asrtcari
i i. a Inch can Im" puan<
ed over by a boy of nine, The
ordinary blppopotamus has a
Bourbon umlcrlip and an enor-
mous mouth anan; inn,-over, hi
hit it with vour Hst i- like hilliiig
van, so thick and lougfi
!' skin. It han
. which move when II
ih The i>oet has sung of it*
/ ifiiiif uu- rnnpopotanusa
Is really almost one of us
',/ ussy tie esu Mr arub
Rcmbuls rge of tin- Soiaye
Clwb.
$2.40 and S2.53
$1.56 and $2.10
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W)MOMW*7/>vvm4
and
DARK COMMAND"
Starring
John WAYKT
Waiter HD
Roy ROGERS


It B&DA1 U (.1 *T 21. 1551
BAMtfMM AiiVtK iTK
PAOi nmuE
Bissell Offer*
To Speak For //.G.
Sugar Workers
GEORGETOWN. B.C.. Aug. 18
With i*g*t i '
divided by the nv..!:
between Ihe two strongs**, of
ml Trade Uniom cottri
the n i
engaged in the Indttftry, ijr>our
Commissioner William Bisse'
clfically offered run. I
termedlary on be-half of workers
in ihe hope of end inn strikes of a
wildcat nature, which during thi<
week halted sugar production on
four Berbitc sugar estates, and in
Ihe hope of permitting a confer-
ence to begin to iron out
grievance thai
With sug.r product
lagging behind targets, the high
coat of living Mid with wage*
falling much behind,
bed labour situation in the in-
dustry in British GufaiU, uhu-h
is of grave ... In-
deed, the lav., wid (a
nationally recO|
group of twelve people In an
industry c*U) form :i in
to have ie multiplicity, no! only In
sugar, but other occui
Well.
Buck l.. Work
With Bissell's offer
are that there will be a full re-
sumption by estate work-
beginning of next week.
A back t-. work mis!
definitely to have begu
day since factories at Port Mour-
ant and Albion on Corentyna and
Rose Hall Canjc
work, though only with -scratch"
crews
Blalrmnnt bice, was an exception. ISO weed-
en and shovel men al V<
on Wri Bank Demerai
resumed under the Mme condi-
tion' nnd for the earne |
T M fc- 0 A M D 0 L"g
ba-iUj >\p&ty,
Geologist For
Antigua
B.C. On Look-out
Foe Missing
U.S. Pilot
GFXJHGETOWN. B.C. Aug. 1)1
A countrywide lookout for a
missing United Stated Air Porte
pilot wag
last night afli Radio ZFY R| the
Instance of police had i
public help in th search. The
nnouncement said the pilot l.lnvd
Albert w..
dead In June IMO after
leaving Atkinson Plaid
to the interior.
rib reurUtel In the US, have
recently heard lie wai
m British Guiana In November
'" Demtaei m
he may o> ,
me of the ct imu >
victim, of nmnesia.
A picture of Lloyd Albert can
he seen in any police station in
the colony or at any District
Commissioner's office___" ST JOHN'S Antigua.
The Secretary of state ha* ap-
Kved of a grant of 8.440
Ing made available to this
Colony from the Central Geologi-
y iillo, ation of Colonial
Development and Welfare funds.
The purpose of the grant is to
enable a geologist to be engaged
FOI a panod of three years to
cairy out a systematic geological
aurvaj of the islands of thia
Colony. In Antigua, the geologist
will pay particular attention to
the collection and collation of all
available information about water
tuppue the analysis of water
from existing wells,
their capacity and yield and the
nature of water bearing und adja-
cent rock formations. He will
co-opernte with the Federal En-
1- mating sites for well-
drilling suggested by considera-
tion of the data derived from his
investigations. In addition he ill
make i detailed survey of the
known bnryte* areas of Antigua
and will examine the possibility
of sulphur supplies bediR avall-
able in commercial quantities.
Arrangements have been made
for the secondment of a Geologist,
M I' H A Martin-Kay*, from
nrltis.ti Gtjtnnn to undertake this
work and he is expected to arrive
In the Colony at the beginning of
September.
Trinidad Urges Local
Production Of Foods
To Reduce Cosi Of Living
(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN. August .
AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT on the present COM <'
living problem in Trinidad issued on tho authority of tth
Ciovernor-in-Executive Council reiterates that to meet tltf
rising cost of living. Government is doing everything to
increase the local production of vegetables, meat, flsh and
everything else which Trinidad and Tobago can grow for
themselves.
A Y7/CM WAGISTM \ IT.
itim Oar o~ CwHimMWi
ST. JOHN'S, Anligu,.. Auk 1"
Mr. A. F G. Louisy. ROfUtrar,
St. l.uciu. now i
Attorney and Magistrate of Mont-
smot, ha* been appouMi
trnte. |n Antigua, in sur
Mr. 3. H. V Redhead. It U
probable that Mr Loulay will
assume duly m Anturua towards
the end of September or 'he
beginning of October
TDW ANAESTHETIST
DOS
PORT-OF-SPAIN. August 1.
Dr. Ernest Mc Lean,
list at the Colonial Hospital Port-
of-Spain died at his residence.
Henderson Rood. Marnval on
Tuesday morning.
Dr. McLean had returned about
a monUt ago. from the Unite-1
States of America where ne had
spent six months obtaining medi-
cal treatment. He underwent a
major operation nt Cornell Hospi-
tal in New York.
Polish Firm Will
Bring NtSw Fishing
System To T'rfad
PORT-OF-SPAW. August 16.
Arcorriing to a recent press
report, the Polish fishing firm,
rishtng Company ol
will introdure a new
system In the H thing industry in
Trinidad.....One of the traw-
lers of the company 1b due soon.
. This firm mad* enquiries
last year through the Secretary
: S-.^,' !,>, ihe Colonies about
bUlty of sending one of
its ships to these parts.....
The period over which the
trawler Will remain in Trinidad
waters will depend upon the result!
of its operations A survey made
In 1942 revealed that the concern-
iratton of fish in theae waters
btei thnn elsewhere, in the
Caribbean, but not sc great s
|n northern latitudes,
French Count May
\\ ork In Brazil
CANADA. Aug. 20
m IX' Bernonville,
ihe convicted French collaborator
Dad out of Montreal on
i the midst of deportation
accept a job in
Irani, and not return to Canada.
Hi* lawyer. Jacques P-errault, said
"fairly interesting
thai l>e llernonville
' 11 the offer of a position
Brazilian firm, which ho
baft re Upswing here.
The French nobleman who wa
sentenced <* death la aientia by
i h Goveciuujejit for aid-
is during World War II
hoarded a KLM Royal Dutch Air-
lines plane on Friday with a one-
way ticket to Rio.V.T.
U.S.A. Helps With
Housing Problems
irfMi Oar 0*n <*rTfaa>a*ali
ST JOHN'S Antigua. Aug. 16.
In connection with the Antiguit
lousing reconstruction programme
a Point IV project Agreement
has been entered into between
the Government of Antigua and
lite Technical Co-operation Ad-
ministration of the Government
of die United States of America.
Th<* Agreement provides for a co-
operative project to be under-
taken by th* two parties In the
Held of housing in Antigua.
The Technical Co-operaUon
Administration will arrange with
the Government of Puerto Rico
to assign to Antigua a technician
who will render advisory ser-
vices to the Government of
Antigua in respect of housing.
The Administration will pay the
salary and allowance* of such
technician and Ihe cost ol trans-
portation of the technician and
Frig household and personal effects
between Puert,* Itico and the
Leeward Islands. The obliga-
tion* assumed by uv Technical
Co-operation Adminlstrslion in
this respect are limited to MJOO.
The United States Government
will also arrange with the Gov-
ernmenl of Puerto Rico for the
latter to moke available in
Puerto Rico to personnel from
Antigua training facilities "nd
opportunities for observation of
housing practices in Puerto Rico.
On Its part, the Administration
of Antigua undertakes to make
available at its expense office
accommodation, clerical irtalT, the
cost of communications and
transport
The Agreement will remain in
force for a period of two yeiir*.
from the SOth J-ne. 1951.
RATES OF EXCHANGE
t'OVST !
CANADA
lalaf WUnSi.-Ji
(htoaet on
Dan
Siglu lira It-
Sl 1
On the question of increased
subsidies, the statement pointed
out (Jut such a policy would be
doubly wrong. Money spent on
sabsidies i money lost to the
country. It would be only aend-
Ingj more of ihe people'" monei
out of the country.
(iovetnnieiil's Purpose
It is (iovernnient'a purpose to
help loeul producers to become
effective competitors with foreign
producers. Government has about
S50.ooo.ooo of the people's money
to spend each year. It has no
other money t,, spend, except lt=
own necessary capital reserve
nd any money It can borrow or
obtain for capital works In the
form of gifts or loans. At pres-
ent nearly $4,000,000 of this aie
spent on subsidies. These $4,000,
000 are thereby insi to the coun-
try. The ntoney is paid to those
concerned with flour, saltnsh.
nee. condensed milk, and othe-
food stuffs.
The statement DOtnaSd out tlto
that thei> will be much worse
distress, und poverty, and unem-
ployment than at present as "we
would not then succeed in con-
t.nuing to establish new Industrie-
and encouraging existing indu -
tries fa improve and expand.
I.......< i Taxation
Government i* considering [|
it would be possible to increase
revenue by indirect taxation, but
poinli out that it ia only very
rarely that Increases In indar-*t
taxation are not pasaed on lo the
eonaumer. Such a means of
raising money to reduce the cost
01 living may be Ihe very atuts
01 increasing it
Government also consider*, that
vherever possible wages should
be Increased to help the people
the unavoidable extra
.n,i urges employers
whose wages and salary scales
are not already linked to the
eojftl ol living Index< lo consider1
the possibility of Inert
salary and wages, and of 'he
payments of bonuses to meet the
increases in the cost of Living,
Report On
Mae Arthur" Is
"99%l\litur
WASHINGTON An* M
1). moei 11 Srn.it.M J. William
Pulbrlght 'aid the blistering re-
port bv eight li. ;
il cArthur Inveatlinriii i
i . - -tta perconl poll-
tical".
Kiahl -.1 the U ItopulilL* ...i
naernoi rs coademned rVaslden
Truman's discharge of General
MocArlhur. hit at the Administra-
tion's Fai Eastern polteiOl
'cataslrophic" and demanded the
and uniflcation" of
Kore.i as the pru. Rki pCf*N
r-ulbrifht hit at hursh w-rd
In the rep.irt He saio inoiinti i
enticiSFn" of the administration In
rerg terms Indicated He
publican "desperation in regard t
the next I'resinVntial election"
But Fulbrighl admitted h
thought Truman's abrupt aaathod
of firing MaeArthui wai "IrantCW
t>le" ,nid "vorv hoi nidgntent"
II-
Illegal Aliens Are
Threat To U.S.
WASHINGTON, Aug to
rnorrat Senator. Pat Mc-
Carron. said that there may be
from 3.000.000 to 5,000,000 nlteh
Communlsls and other illegal
aliens in this country, who
threaten Ihe nation'-, safety He
Mid that this "alien invasion i
potentially more tlMferotM than
lhat of an armed (on e The
Republican Senator Herb CCca
'ior aio chargad th:d i
SM "i the several
points'1 for aliens and .i hot bed
Nit Communism."
Mefarren i: Chairman of II.'
Senate Internal Security Com
niittce, which is conducting an in-
rrstlgatlon ol Mbferttve shen-.
He made his statement in releas-
ing the report of . lommitie
"task force", which recently held
hearings on the- illegnl all. I
problem.
Settntor O'f'onnor, Chtttrnan ol
the "task lorceM said In .i aeparate
alulemert thai Wlmlwir. Ontario
In Canadaarms., the herder from
Delroit lo Michigan jind Cubl
are the "assembly point**1 to,
aliens eking illegal entry into hi
eoiintry.I'.P.
ADMINISTRATORS'
CONFERENCE
rrasa oai o... camsf adsWi
ST. JOHN'S Antigua. Aug 10.
A conference of Acimlnlstratm
and Commissioners, togetlv
tlui Colonial nssaretary, win be
held m St. Kitfa from Uie 1st la
the nth Septemlier. dm ing which
lime !!! bcssUenn will be
Jeaident ln thnt Presidency
H/r/7/f t\ COLl *i\ :
Round
World T\
NEW YORK
g u> girdle
In with the world's fir*'
.nal TV net*
WagCfuaUons an under tntj
i
nu\ open soon Sflttl C
Panama The negotiator is the
pnvftery owned National Broad-
t-ssting Corporation.
Progrsmmes to and from '
(-uthem link of 'hi< f!rt Inter-
national T\' chain would he in
English and Spanish.
The N I
1
raakes Tt 11
rnrai I sroul sail tba rbi
it saautd sell progtanu I
- woui.i pgj fa
t on ll
N M C timo-t.ihle : Spanish
by 195.1: Furopc b> ISon
\sia later
How een ihaj m kDee n- Th.

-peration on Beptembei 30 In
B a med 3 "".....*
eu Toda> 'h< have I
I there wilt ic $0,000,000.
Sarah Moves Over
MnV lAJtAfl III Kt HIM. ,
forbidden to pl.,> agBUI on an
American -t;ig,- foi m\ months 1%
Ihe aciorv unson, bull
rule i- to prevent. ,i (brelgn player
UUtbtg a )0b from .in Annin In
So Sarah is eapaeted nasl
tiiontli to .ippeur in an \
pla) The Rriladelprus Bl
in me Ntagau I
few fe-t across the I
baroar. Ftee Amafkan
Set hei
Mr. Kurly I, III
s\n\i >s in the White Hou a
ti'inght and among reporters, too
1 Uealb III
I'm

nded ihe
eartln s Churchill B
stsiin meet
Hack To LolndoUu
LAMENTATION at Ihe (he-
sides of the IroquOtS Hel Indians.
Untfei th.
1 s Government i< to get
L i.ooo worth ol
Each year the amount a
t-1 anas < n r< ai loth prices
go up. What was m immense
\urdge in I7!'i ii.ndi
i lotna Iba tni>o lo 1981
Oh. Mr. Shlnuell
Till: NEW VOIIH ll Mil
NBWa ii.ni.- Brltah
Mr Shlnwell
In .i reading; article, headed
Aims v Cheesecake!*1
paper sara: sinnw.-n
igton to djKusi
itandardlslng email an
the Atlantir Tnvilv uUOne, a
highly important matt II the
treaty r- erar to work.
,
turning down Invitation! to re-
main longer beeausc be *id he
had to stun. bame to 11 iud i
at a beauty conmn.
"Wiih Britain's lop a> ha.
hnreaiieral Hi ui on i.
neglecting, guns for cheee* iki
(In pair S
In Touch with Barbados
Costal Station

i a. i
rough Ihru
.Him.
iS A'- i.rlllll"
RodM ( Akoa r> I
. I- .,
1. .
1 !> IMI MU
I .
Mm-m!
nothing adds
to a perfec
mea
like a
good cu
of coffee!
TABS ADVANTAGt Q THE
KXILBSION FARES
r*o in rrrrcr
0 ah tiiifcu . N..ih Met
Skv iia.r*
OAHDIrVfe'K'AUa'!' K.
'Ortt.r hi brasMataa
T > A N S c A M A!p A
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lal*raau*aa| i,.. \i,.
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THESE
AUTO
ACCESSORIES
Kiniirn RUBBM MATTINO
TTRF PREHNimE OAI'OF*
BATTMIT RTDtOMETER
SIMON1Z WAX (IMNF
CHAMOIS
Qrl I In. II1 III! \l I II 111! Mil FLUID
VALVE GRINDING COMPOUND
FLUXITE
GASKET CEMENT
BLACK TOP DREHSING
STEERINO WHEEL COVERS
ELKCTRICIAN PI.IERs A SCREWDRIVERS
SPITFIRE LIGHTER FLUID
FRONT SPRINGS FOR FORD I IIP. A II H.P.
TRONT SPRINGS FOR MORRIS 8 H.P. A 10 H.P.
ENGINE VALVES FOR ALL MODELS l:\f.MMI CARS
DECARBONIZING GASKET SETS FOR ALL MAKES
ECKSTEIN Bros.
BAY STREET
M^MV'MEM
Hirong. ret smooth and Raslhli
rolled upon. l-ou fur the
lluii-r pull
i <,i um- 0BAN1
aataai
BWIA
I Make Bufinen Contocti
foitti 2 It's Cheaper toe. than othe
>o or i> I'oniportotion.
3 Tokt oil the llCeal Ecqi i you Need of Nc- Reduced
Roiri 50 -o So'inq
BWIA
8IIITISH WtiT IHDIAH AIRWAYS
.iii (fifth
- *
e$
$(<-
41&**
Hijm t.> ejgg if egaun
from BeWd lffl|Mrft4U
'.nipii......In llw nlood m-> SSSSSa rhrumaile
pim "! p-ln. -lilt anJ palnral |,.ini.
hmi- plasplss and common kin sssssraoi
"larkr- ltlood MUiure help* to pnrlfv
ihr hlitod. [leanaea ihr *%. ,-n an.I aaiiili
in rc*iarlng good health.
BABY'S
TEETHING
need give you
no anxieties
There oeed 1* no restlena night.
no tsars, do baliy diaordera. if
inn hare A-lit. ii i & I'araont
nfsots* Povi.lai* haiulv
Mothers all over tba world havf
foond ihem aaolhie,; and cool-
ing whrn beby in fretful throtitfh
teething, and. hert of all, th. y
are A MS* II 1 II I Y SAJ I
ASHTON 8c PARSONS
INFANTS POWDERS
Loveliness
for yon
'I tie lovely film Man know how
I., cam i"! iiVn skin tbey use
l.tiv ToBel Soatp. PUreO/hltt lux
|.,il.i Sn.i|i b/ill riih.ime ihe
natural beauty ol sow thin, ton.
|uv. w.i-ii iii \..n"i a
Cold Lag I "ilet Norip lea B
eotff Dtanploxlbn deu ]
naootli and IVSgrant.
LUX
KMI.IT SOAP
%4ll
THL rRACKANT WHITI SOAP
Of THE flLM STARS ' V ^V
ON THE TOUGH JOBS
-all over
the World t
I nouasnd* "I ihear irucki ami
vans are in u*r all o*Sf "-
-I'M. r -
maid )'r hard, round-thc-
iloik arrvur
\ilv--in-hcsd engine JerHos* 4' horw-power. 4-*PJ
nii provi,i tut power take-on*. rVrwerl i
hne. Ih.-iru. ku. jiargi-pljri lull-droa
Mts -nd taa-board Ihe van ha I liid I !
i lot you ihuulJ know sbout ihnr \.:l.< end you
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IIAKIi.MIOS AUMH vri:
TUESDAY. AUGUST 21, l3l
BARR\DOSSAWrOTF.
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JAMAICA
THE sympathj o
Carlbbt .in nril]
in Jam.i..
F jkhu
.: I '. FT
I
flu! i icanei and si

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mankind prevent them even
' U ctlon In order to


L tl
tar boc;n,
twenty yean the bai
fered from hull 1907 the City ol
inearth-
;i vim! of ahu i I
of the wind reached sppi
Services:
"'ri.i-u- i not a house in Kl

Human life has t crope have
end Industry .ii'
It I bole ironiet
i til j effort
mlnad

hit backyard and whi ere being
to Improve living
conditions and to attract visit
Ln one of hat turbulet I
should have wiped it all out In B
night.
It is m t place the h
Industrial projects and to supplj I
medical services to thOM who are now ex-
posed to the da p> iple
of the other colonle in.
financial condition will mi
ti (button to tl i uflerin J iroei-
EIm people of I a never
been less than practioaJ and sympathetic
when disaster ha* befallen those around us
We have been spared i
aim to let the measure of our thankfulness
be shown in thi the contribution
which we mnVc to Jamav b
M IIOI AltSIIII>S
UNLIKK other U I Indian colonial,
. does Dot Been to have made the
fullest use of the i
offered by various b dies, The need for
technically trained I now he-
come acute and every (fort is being made
to secure opportunities for local young-
sters to serve a period of Instruction al
Boma reeo| nl ssd school.
It is for tin- i the change in the
provisions by the Metropolitan Technical
School in Puerto Rico will be welcomed.
In the p
Caribbean Commission in this island earlier
this year it v illy known thai
the scholarships ware svailablc to Barba-
When iius was made known it was
found that the applicant DMlSl be able to
speak Spanish.
This qualification has now been n
and a knowledgi i] Spanish .
required. This will mean thai B
have the opportunity to secure i
few of 'i. w scholarships In the years to
come.
There an thirt) scholsrshipi awarded
annuall;
of these have > I
from Trinidad and the Leeward and Wind-
I'olilii s iiiiil l-i -^oii.iliiM-s
I III:l i
Kj I loss-II' II rln-l
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Al d hlf E17.fKKl fhinilv i-iiv

'.ublishcd results
trading i<*& i 2o.5W.
-hares, issued
tc 5s.
On the fence
i uur cc.et-ln-U* vaj I
ha i .. 'i
e unionist

i leneral and
A
not limit
i to trade
ml be has urged Mr.
Btalbi to Brttaw,
m Mi-ley, and
i
Mi LbwIi reoanUj
- Ham constituents Mr.
tan Mlkardo. collaborator of Mr.
ii "One Way Only."
kardo i-xpuunded where
the Way loads nun why.
Ml Lvwli'i
rtj Am las
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pi van I- he had not
I mind
'(tin' nn stffn '
Baits'a l*jiile>
l is who bai
i
iMintnt to
than M
lYi hi lonst he *IL<
North. When
Is In Blacfc-
I
than 6.000.
And the Llbe)
... .
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istle's political fertuaa
iikc elsewhere, too. If
her party confers m Scarborough
key Ssjure
.i BevanUe laetti
At prc'cni Mi I
I me i-'lay-inakln^
Nat

that she should be re-.'
But they rear thai '
unions resentful of p..hn. .. have opp alts tden.
And In the uonvns section.
which nnw elects Mrs. Castle, UW
.....
Castle Ii bj
uttlng up in tin
constituency section, where they
. vote
In her new category, trim.
.,: -Oh] ..'.. I
clash head-on with Mr. Emanuci
BalnwaU.
the most vulnerable poll I
Bevanitee would delight
in dishing him.
rot the Miiust. ..i Defence
pui.iiriy denouno
. 11
Caat
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She can
t to be foiled
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I), itmnsir.ition
tlnhrttr d
Supply i
-.
meant threat that
my return
SI rcls witn

tbbed
Mi Strains I i n.ilidavin
. i. lives Ii
'MUuonalree' Row' Kensington

i e used to own i
Schnauzcr dog called Troutky.
hen hi
it hi the I og seemed
to loiter.
..vied Mi
.- .
ouuride No. 13
No. 13 Is tlie Sovk Kmbassy.
I. E S.
Slioultl i>o< iois llv|kri 1114*11 iV
n La no '



brought mi

mil n( .! I

can do mi
mcperlmenl
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matter

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> Mrs* Juiirii*!. Tht
o4 '.!. then
WAS a Krowing tcndcniy for
I "l" 11 tit sa
!
nn 'In il klinwIcdKC
A lead!eg arUcls miRgeHted
that now xcioutlflc methods of
lllTUgattetn raiw a moral
(ini"Uon which will have to be
faced: How far are doctor*
Justified in snlinUttlng patient-
i-l pioccdnrc-
Wl.ll.
or painful .mil
v not 11c without tlk
to life TIIR DOCTOR ivP-
I
.ill out-
. iii kshton would

Cm lutoec
ANOTHER human p
he anU-

n American
BJ

i;i..:. Mayo
[oil owing a
1 the lirM

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W kin wii
1 onUnued,
das the
pallenl w ' ible lo roll ovi i In
bed wtthoul 1 aln
he had ( to do for

Qulcklj I
I
Ighth day

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had not beei take) i

lleyo Cllni
would nerer h n
1 ipid I'litt- era
scept
Klue BaMes
WHIU
I about the
Uielr new drus)
gon who decidi

: tout timi
Until ihe 1911-18 wai

I removBl
ol shell fregmcnti lodged in ind
around Uii
:
. ..
1 orators in the n SJi
porUni their tirs; suceteaes with
hie hah}"
operation an operation not on
the heart Itaell mil on lbs lai
1 a it
. H j il la l-itndon
was not I '' "> 198
a surgeon there In proved on thi
American result I
HI. I II
genital he u di
probably the best
pig of the
New y
.
able infonnaUoo
ance ol U i
: an all otl

, ailed 1
ins aid.1..C.S.
known I
1.
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I more valu-
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BOOK REVIEW
"MY DEAR \\'ATSOJS
G. M. THOMSON
i
Ml nl m: IHMJSJESJ, Bj Gevla
trend Allen and I BWS1
10.. d. 1B3 IMM!f..
: <' Blid about UW
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Harold Pearton. BtapaM Frees


MV t OUMN I- ^< in 1 B)
IsftptuM da MaartM Qellanre
n


i |>No INNINGS Bj P. UuUB

Our lle-urlrrs SsiJ I
llurrivunv*
To las N
SIB We are umH be to vow
1 what

i ful tO
househoUlers and especially Inter-
esting with the new of an i

Howevi 1. 1 think the authori-
asrna to

people as 1 Aether the)
I hi
round of dutli

job"
eaeentia U nss re-
turn 1 tho* in au-
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who among UW
Ik abould tii'
usual 1
Rich business
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report to the Author
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1 4oorP
NEWS FROM BRITAIN
(Bj DAVID 1YMFLB MUMS)
HON.
HAVE you ever drummeU impatiently on
The lid >', .1 1111, and found it gave you two
i fienomenun has
this town thai i exactly, on
that psasasget, coinmonplace, Little diseovery.
The Trinidad All St n Orches-
tra has arrived with H ;:i!g-rxngb
and booms. Down in Trinidad, making music
out of beat in l; the lids of cut-down oil drums
or of the lids of garbage cans has been devel-
oped ml.....1 Intricate and wonderful art
I rom .i ei ude bi ruling, will
each instrument nd has developed
until this week London listened -and the ex-
clusive clientele of a leading nipht spot will
soon hearto the well-modulated, mellifluous
sound of hollow metal tinging out its melodv
under the ham: | ten musl-
icept for those playing the booms-
sits with lid, two fed or three
feat In dial I .itly on his knees.
bent t<> a secret
1 And
em has nothing
1' akin to whal you would imagine from
can.
Hut these musicians from I I U<
must think, wi i .1 timid, con-
n 11 -ili> as I:
n( rhythm a$ the enthusiastic musicians from
the West Indus think At the two concerts
they have gtv) n In London they have played
O politely. Are they trying to persuade us
table and can be
made to | U s-time music? What
thi Lond 11- want to hear is the
music ol Trinidadnot an imitation of what
I 'hi' BB.C. Li hi Pro) ramms on
Sunday afternoon. The real drum beat of the
. if the Trinidad Car-
nivaland that is something beyond the
dieaiius 'd .my ciriiival 111 all BUTOfM The
numbei that caught the London audience
i>f the island off the
Spanish M nd a Road March.
But for the restit proved something that
may Interest itudents of music. The Steel
Band ha.s already been hailed as the mu leal
t .ry. Hut it Is what it
plays, n"i Iniu the music is made, that mai-
lers.
*
WIMKK is COMING
England is bathed in its own pale, and
glorious sunshine, But the Government is in
the midst of next winter. If we needed any
reminding of what the re-armament pro-
gramme means we will have it next winter.
The prospect Is ugly, end cold. A politician
. Aneurin Be van.
for the record once said that Britaui would
always ) ihi.lit because 11 is a lump of coal
ul] ol Rsh. That, presumably is why
the politicians have given Britain a reputa-
lon SB S had place to And why, next winter) we will go short of
coal in our (ires and electricity to keep us
warm when the coal runs out
And it is the re-armament programme. The
Govenunent has Just revealed that even if
ml mild winter the smounl
of electricity we Will want to use far exceeds
our capacity for making it. Four years ago
the whole of British Industry had to close
down for three weeks, at the end of a cold
ever to happen again.
I ii' not see bow the planners can escape
responsibility for this. And to record the tate
of the planners, u is worth mentioning that
the Government's planning bureau, which
an independent
economist. Sir Edwin Plowden, has been dis>
[| lost Its battle with the Treasury,
which n was created t,, ginger Into action
Naturally the excuses will be made, power
the needs are
great Building them would have meant fewer
And more of industry
eve to be diverted to making the
Export orders for electrical niacimi-
ery would have been refused All that is true.
Bui look al what the planners did! They
natsorudlsed the electricity distributing in-
dustry. The British Electricity Authority
then started sdvertuii.. Its merits, it sold
appliances, mure and more ch-ctriiitv was
used ( home, Each small electric fire needs
more thai j oundS spent in capital
lo provide it with electricity required to keep
it running. The calculation does not need an
computer; ordinary human brains
can do it with simple arithmetic! Advertising
1 of the housewife for
rn all-electric home, and good luck
to herbut the investment programme did
it it keep track on her buying. Five years after
Fuel crisis, c will be faced with
When was the Socialist Five Year
Plan.
*
THE I'Rl/K
At ti : the year our newspapers
0 more short of news than of
irinl Everj
las worry th. rnselvi
Whlcl : uninteresting items will
have to make the most important story of
iy. Hut this week one unique story, with
.
me to their hands A repot

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bIRKMYRE green canvas
72 INCHES WIDE
Al 97.i:i pt-r Yunl.
GREEN WATER-PROOF CANVAS
72 INCHES WIDE
Al sil.-jr, |.r Yard.

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: taken
Rod Cheese
1 I ..: Cbesse
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Cheesy (n Tins
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Dutch ''"I-"' <-'ha
Ttil>orx Beer
ton*"* Ale
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SPECIALS
m lm WfSWbSiTy Jam .i
1H ti" Raspbsrry Jam .48
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tile 51.00 per
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KclLou's Corn nakes
Kellog's All Bran

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H I --i)\i M (.1 St 21 IKl
RARIIMMIS MIX U( \ri
PACK FIVE
Bakers9 Dispute Settled
At Joint Conference
WoonduigCoetsSO//- By Kiimdur
The decision of His Worshiu *
The Man Who Si kilts-Vvi Complete
(;' Eftten Record Sugar Crop
The decision
THK LABOUR DEPARTMF.NT Acting Polite
dispute between the Bei !, "A"who
Man.-i

nferenee h*-M
t .1 i
nd It was
ngrred i I relcatl
ihv follow Ins
niton and I

the turn
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I*- paid fa
n thi
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man their willlngi
the Bui
t'siial Kale.
Mflat i Ion-Smith
^ssumefl Dulit's
V^ Harbour Maslr

.el, $4.00 and 48
1

v tugha
Hi S I Solon
PAItls
I
V

the Assistant Court ICory Coast, when his I
rhfn
Mi Arthur ll.
Smith. | i unted H.

k up i

( App-.il sestcrday
The MM in winch i.
wood of Passage
. M
Magi.strait' $2.40

I -i mi .limp S ill
V 'I .Hid
.
Payne told Um court tl I
wan standing at a pipe in I
Ko.-d when YMTWOOd MIIM up to .
her .nd ,h. .
told the eourt that in the tlsh"
her with a rock on her
down Bouafle U a bul
wiuic hta chauffeur ant
i.

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PtN
SIX MONTHS FOR
LARCENY
:. Q b Qnl
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in j; htm
and with,
i
'as possible that thfl
Bowing Svhome I 'mlerttxty
ItheAaVreeau
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Till: HAMBOl R
UNDER RABS

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i | wctl
rtuq ri irtakd

plated their pun
nl .,n-i Uon i
on St. Kltl
m UJ naenad there
. hi ihi
:
i in ana district In the
i

progra
lURh

Mi oiwhlli Pa
ment witii hard laboui \
W Welt.o.
uM rain p h ,
aid, "with which u
"runic, in- ii. ihi n iiii-ii ii
: 2 *"*' l",;i l,,: "" thc who ill......uiva houses and wh.
lound him gum.
. Snoa L'o.
PfcCASUS LOADS
MOLASSES
Mr Arthur II. MiMerl.m
-uillli. Harbaut M 1.1. r hwhi \.T the har-
bour from hbi mBm window.

A
On Bui line 22nd
July. 21* bad Of Hoi.i
ttu other
:k These

Union i
quir.i i '
Kiev WOUUl I UM
mb |
upon declined
men wei
decide wheUk
would work, Sorm of
I
others
ment ol
Redman Bakeries
c-fToris t" secure the service* or <- i.j,. ,ui.,
othe, the R '-*d> ***>
dough which I
OnMondaj mornlm: ''
.... v geti
Um Prissus. a.3i
Canaai ,, j0
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The mad
We will support you

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The PagMM
port mi
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to Mi :, D I
An- ft -, i,.,,
Franc*
but ii a
v inn Boda racurnad
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s whose
.- Um i i
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a to
ttren lefl Burma tot St. Vli
i |M Bora In South Al Inm into a dinner.
London by a naval tanker, parentage. Mr. M
tut and two childrenone ]0U* American I'm
v. it H. .,.!-. a cadel In ihi
Bxpected \\ Merchant Kavy during
on Sunday by the the war, Onarillng (nun '.'.
Rodney. ippt
tarton-Smltfl wai form- bo in
* Harbour and Ship HI I ranh was I.,.

work Tl ''
them that he could :
'
been Bill
whom he
of contnim ri i i
On Ho
Jul
I :
ment re.:.,
of these men
nf ptibUe
rmiln be
day. 25th J

the fell.
Oenaral "i the Union and an As-
sistant Secretary lnt
.
but again no -<:ileniem wii

- . : I !:i r-li.-law.
and -eit Hazall I 81 Vincent,
of Messrs.
and i !ul- S. P. m ., b Co., Ltd.
St. Janu'fe Vestry Consider
Tax Relief Applications
. j
n by lrato

. int for a

i
liis death to be
i
x n ment, so thai hi
.
ing up with no one 1

i:roused CM
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Prom oi

I:.. loani"
Politics
Speakina of the poliUi
Davhi '.mi thai thej
.
i
11 .it. red by Ihi
K

reply I
the in"-
lion which I Ihlnlc an
11
Adult ,s Dated ma-'
,..nt\ ,i I Council
.iii,i Bbtei ntiv > Coursrlllon
1 iturc

ve Council, .n i
in then
\\ hen bathing
your dog
use
iTetmo8oV Soup
^on hum ki \soss -'TrttweoT Soap ooetaJM
'TeoBoaol', i taft jrei potent medkanteni wtndi qakkri
kills bSmj, Ikc .iii.l oihci sxin pBIB
I be Soae is ol the highest quality, pkeaantrj pecfiiOKd,
jnd agreeable to UM It i- noo-irrtUnl .ind non-injunou^
to both man and donestli KB
' IVtmosol' Soap aK
hcjlih\, i;los.\ coat.
'TETHOSfX SWP IS AMUIU IN 3 02. MWETS
i.t ol Imperial I Kcudgab ^*^v
TCP
Mcoungaj the growth of .
\ prodai
i inui.-d
\ s Brad I

ti> nlve
, i. cbad majot it> In Ihi

Id thai ii wa
. hold the gem
. but it did nol
i ingemmi
ulull
. : Ml
THE ST. JAMES VESTRY yesterday considered 28
102 applications for lav relief. Tin- Vestry will hold
another meeting on Monday and the only item on the
d i will be the consideration of tax relief applications
ruj were corutideredi Mi A. Johnson
brought up :i discussion on what he celled the tsxpsyers' hia conatituanta."

Boat] \l An. inn
:

I the,
BH SI < rop III hi | p
i Scot
i .:. legation bron
. i!. i .; i thai
i Chamb in AiitiKuci are
OfM WOUld like ihem to
a .. h poUUi in- mixed
the Cereenagi the people are
MuUy nuautd bg lha Head)
hi
; .
Id have bt m r-
i .1 loohi ai it '
. iafoj .,-,,.
..I
lll'lll'U
on at the inequitable method i [nouses
SXCjB,
ni.....- v
!
oi n "ill H be befori nolhi

Uon
n,,ii um bonea found were ha due to the se-el
nd that he ti As a
i content of the
outh
um tonight a pofcaaman for the

Strongest Metheds
:
in- mo-
iion that four vaarrymon be ap-
pointed to a committee to
On Friday, 3rd August the fee matter with thv
i otlon wai
Redman B I ll man and
from tl I :Man. told
i it ll would not !
that we I
h the ral
.
bat they 1
,; .. |
tary of the
I '-. about in
On the Mson for hi
i
. '.' laekel
llll(> 1||X ,,,.. rne: "The bones that were found umbrellas

.

el t(
I
hat uaa it would '- io did not beloi .....
tout membi
it with the The

hen. Thai
Howavei II an M
Mini I
llghl not
i i think I
complete change
re nol
had
i
I

Complaint-.
Io go ..
happ) (ate of I


Watch out for it.

.,!..i Mercant i ort- ,.
td ut Um Un ivwe
Informcif oora La-
bourera

' Council of
the Union not to hi '
consigned Io M
...
i .i ti soni
Ltd
At thli
rMrunent
.
taUves of the Manage-

and < .ni.* oul Ihi
, There did noi aaei
m"H "'.'" .t lh* iiiiimiiiI .-nmnlaintK Nn
20,'- OR 7 DAYS FOR
BODILY HARM
the |hl|
from 11
ooner wa



i i
:,i: my term i I
Mien."
. Ihe unu.-ual eon,pi.i
one ha..
Mr. Jin

L
uId not
Personal Spit<\
Dfol Politics
^ there were detimteu comptaini
Hone) Oranpesri .;!, mUng f u
h w. cnurchwurdt.il. "People have been comparing "' walwyn had d
they tl led at by i
., low. i rab
arc aaying that I ''" Sf thi
asscaslng partially. The an.mist the law to appotnl .. oo,hly harm on June 12.
man with a enquire Into the Altai revhrs


I
r icnt. ii ia due
. ., who to Mi I n > out what bourne M 80 to 1
n, v-1 n-ed to be taxed i rung."
ng taxed glS. Hurt was actually trying Io
, |, \)IV iai.....' the as-
all vi randah
$30. ti : '"! Into it, the sasaeaoj I
The
Taylor and Mr. n A
1
Acting Police Magistrate of D
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man Bal
On Sal
ander '!'
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rescntaUvci of Messrs. Johnonn &
in defaull
nprinonment for bodl
la- tl
B irbadoi Workai
Union and a scttloment was
i
Parish Seoul Qamp

Major .1. 1
l>\ DurtJ i> I
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the St. t
camp, under Ihe COB
Scoutcr i
urdaj and will end I
I
ho had doi IO w*" *UTO- would
hou' ed thl
much.
i-ie with not continue to bl

tiould i"' pui
i .: he had
.:.. Edwards the '
and he did
. of aaseuinjf.
' job
MOTORIST FINED
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U thai thai
I r.-llirtl
[aland cotton ui tha
ind thai thi' '.'. i
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b) UM Mini
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' jil.mtin."
. otton, h.

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I thai poftl......t ti i
nl cutties
nd I
cotton '
: m eetreu al MONTHLY ,
VtMALE
;MPLAINTS
ibtad l dllr*M I 1-
iludlc iiimurli-
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oi rm, i-iii'j i. \u
WILSON
HATS
complete range
all the best
of size
shades
II \HIIISOV S-h.-..,. s.
IN S IS T ON
IMHI.W CHOWS
THEY ARt THE BEST
H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents
......dill
a: present, howerei he nud, Qibbo
to is Betting of i
He
. i

rung."
that It
(Ol !!

i
know the lau
but H would be a relief to Mr
k- Edwur.ls B|
iik Ina i

in they had al I
hMrlna
"In the political meetings," he
said, "we are hearmu about taxes from holding
Jam. ....
f DirJ
nlty of
drivlns the mot n I
4ario
rillk Tin
as com m i
AUJBMt 19
rn wa* alao disqualified

do at-
$jr V&t rite *~
\wm SHOPPER
tonm sum i (in si isms
had to the Traffic Branch pm-
m, on aase 7 BBCUt* j^^t,
FINE

ICIKIIII 111! AMU
ROYAL VANIU.A PUDDING
< ARAMEL I'lnllTNO
CIIOCOI^TE PUDDIWi
SWIFTS VIKNW '
:TE wax pai 1
I ORN
WI!. ii >: TOMATOES
BA11A
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1 O. h M.I Ml TC I M
per pkl. S ia
Small Tin
pkl

STAXSFELD, SCOTT < II It.
i:\jo) i
CIGARETTE
AT A MODERATE
PRICE
Ail CigarettM I
but we still have StoctH of
ARIIATII lOXK TIITHI m tins
BQC per tin atl
10*1 at 16c. Tl
KNIGHTS DBl <.
STOKES
SSSSr+SMS'f&SSVS^*S&+'S^**"^^
There's a TOOT A L FABRIC for
NIGHT
TND DAY
nice range
Colours in Gold
ol TOOT A L
We've opened a
FABRICS. Plain Colours in Gold. Acqua
Blue and Maize along With NICE FLORA i
DESIGNS Suitable for morning and
36" wide $ 1.07 Yd.
oiternoon wear
Cave Shepherd 6* Co.. Ltd
10. II, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET


pac.i: six
BARBADOS UA'OCATE
1LEAPAV, AtJOjjST 21...1WI
HFNRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
rpHEIR Kuod look* tell you they're jtat right,
* Yon know, too, when you look at the price
t.if. that yon can't ftet finer valae. Illu-trited
u a Two-tune Ci raped Brogue. Tied to erery
pair w the John White Guarantee Shieldtbe
ign which meant just right 7 Look for it hi
leading stores in Barbados.
made by
JOHN WHITE
means made just right
Hard Times %
With Backache
Ofmm M m ahigf** fcMney MH
I IFB IS NOT ao good when M
L' arc troubled with ba*cb.
rheumatic Mini, ran", aching
mnclrt and hunt*, hanbago
uiinnwo urinary dhurdcn due at
ik.Bjiib kidney action.
Why put up with pain and comtorr when you might get happy
tci.ci by iiinf Doai'i Reckacna
K.Jmry Pilli. They rnmuUte and)
deanae il-fgith kiJacyi and a*
help them to nd (be Mood of nceaa
unc aod and other unpunnaa
which othcrwite might coUecr lat
the iy*>cm aod cauat dmieaa.
Doan' *iUa ban helped many
thousand*; let them help vou.
1 DOAN$-tJ
Get These Tasty
Delights
For Your
Enjoyment
2Tb tin Danish Hams
,. Swlft Luncheon Boef
Vienna Sauti
131-
aa
ck Buck" Sauce
Tin8 Lamb Tongue*
Cocktail Blacultf
., Salted Pcanula
.. Sliced Bacon
AND OUR POPULAR
FlTe Star Rum MS Bat
ESCE & Co. Ltd.
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
j SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credi* customers for Monday to Wednesday only
iMinllj Now
Vienna Sausages 61 M
Silver Shred Marmalade 47 l
Jacobs Cream Crackers (Pkgs.) 49 li
Ovaltine
Macaroni Cheese
Vegetable Soup
Unity NOW
154 1.12
40
31
28
0*OP* I'M SOOPV
MOT**?!?* D60DPW
HOT TOGOOJ *
HB UKCLE U6 "EPS "
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street


TIESOAV. AUGUST U. ItM
CLASSIFIED ADS.
HAKIlAftOS \MV r w.i Sh\ i s
raurMONi 1101
Far a-4*,. Ma.ria.e IlBr..
BB 1*1 o'
MM O .(.J B C*
.*: aord T
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arjt tflM 4
Large for ., nn< .nc*m*iil> of
Marriage*. OTIIM. Ac-know |.|
. and In tfiwwmii mm-- '
ee.-ie>- and ftl SB r, .,nd*>t j
*f WOT** KBI.H -.id I
*r word a- >wi-ivi an*,
r* word oil Sunday* fat
FOR SALE
Mini-**** rfcae** mm* Jj <*** ami '
M ..Hi. f b*4*v* M uwd* Mr 1*
uo-d* ] f*w a <,*>rd urrk-rf cnu a
BOUSES
i
b**l ***. bathing.
AUTOMOTIVE
CARS |. IB
.. .. N.I, )*-
MM m.,...,.
clifton- tespa. r t.,
tenant rumuiwd Hgu. v
opptwitc Y*cM and Aa-tx
niodcrn coovanlenra* Appi
B .b. A
-. m
11 UJ
THANKS
BAapFB We lh# urdrr|rM through
ihu artMbum wink lo thank ail itnw
Itirrtd. .u altandrd. ami card' and
nnrati,* or In injwiy *h*r*d Uielf
-'mpatht with ii< in our re, enl k*~
ra*v**r.*nr cauard b. in*- death of
Catlloo Harper
HaVlnW lUrper Widow. Maa Hsrpn
.Mrlher.. *.,,.. PuMr Father.
II ft ftl-ln
l AH l)rr
Mile* MOO
II Grrat-r
Dcdfr
Appi., G Cr**aWdgc. >
Hall. Chrttt Church
fl ftl-
CARIftftO h.ltman
Terrac*. Upper B*\
Mi
. FLAT an Blue WaWta Twernce. naw]
I btUt M aaaetou. mpboard. Phor
! anii-n
IT 1-
CAB-Chtvalar 1MB Modal u, perid
r< idiiion Engine. Mim uphoLrftary and
Ufaa. all good fm particular- appit:
Bdo* Atwncks* Ud Ring ana
II ft 11n
LITTLE HAMILTON rrorn IM fl*i
rmbar. laarmc* Gap unfurni.hi
. brdioo'in rn .l*r r.lrrirK runt
lormation Dial 114* No Doc*
IN MEMOKi AM
m Edwin N Canai wh,. dfd Am
frly fathered in
Par from narrow lar from mn
God halh aavad from wearv *trifr
In i" dawn Ihl. froaD young lift
No* ti await* for ui .boir
B*M M be renumbered bv Joarpn Cart*
rathe*.. Velvcrtw Carter Mi.iher
Timothy Athcrlay. 'Ot.ndfatr.rr. 'b>
*le|>molher > AlUn Cur't
BrotlWr la.be! Itarriwm C ...,.
All IBM Kaeier Saloon don* or
] .. m A-l rondlUon. PUrTT
' G'HACI LTD Ti-lcplKMir aflO*
1 EUECTKICAL
niCTWCA
-i- j mdcaa i
li ip' Hi*ia |
tXM ";i< PAM
Tjpaa OaA one to-da>
Dial 3B1B Pa Crwda
Ontrl.il Dapl
Deorl] 1 Op
BV HASTINGS Mdro(m.J*iVi
' ail modrin iuntaiUai>tc<
ulahad Av^lah,* lat Rp(n, I*,
on praniUci Iirlurrn 4pm an 1
BftBTftai 16 I ftl :i
SI NSJCT 1 Jai.
Mra A C WanWM*
S.|.trmbar Onlj Fur"
'EARWCXtU
' (< i.Tiaint
for Auiri-: j
iltad
i BOVCB,
Imam t*m*
1* SI III
i...j \,i.
ANNOIJNtKMEMTS
MADE n^aaurr thin a
i>Kury Nilria. Puamaa. tonU.
A l-dii"' Slack* Guaranbd I
Workmajuhip KOVA1. SToRT,
llia*h Nirvrt PIioiip 430ft
Hi
HOLIDAY KEtHJRTS Granada laU of
Sptcaa !tAMTA ||ARIA-lowllaat hotal
In Caiibbaari Bataa liotn tTia) par haad
ear da* r.RAND HOTFl. in ba raat-
hill Haw* fiom SW pr haad par day
SEASIDT. I*TN-On Orand Ana- Bathmf
Baach Raiaa from ft4 00 par haad par
day Enqilrira to D. M Sllngar. Granada
MftJl-TftB-
Pi'HLir \nm s
Tan raait par opata Una oa ipaak-daai
cmd II ..(' par ooaia liaa oa Stnidapa.
minimum charpa ftl Ml on waak-ddpt
nad ftlM on Suadoyt.
I(*l Wisi f-rl Sunda>
pBBBrBl KnciMlrdga; mini*
aid; handlrrafl rtr on
;
Twdor Bridia,
Hav L um'<-r.-Ct^M'KE.
iv BvN
1I-. J II GRANT.
Cfcaauia)
Mniri Olo Brown*. E. Codofan
II ft ftlIn
i > i i.H or .isi mi. u m i
NOTtCE
TSHiaRM Hn Tender for W Mntthewa' Chapal Hoor
will be refMveil If tha und-aaU'ird ui>
In II o-rhKk noon on Trlday. Auftuat SIM
laftl fu. rapalra to lha St Matthawi'
*'h..pifl Roof In iK-i-ordanr* wi a apaci-
I ralMm whk-h can be aean on appUSBUon
m) Ihl. Office.
The Churchwardan doaa not bind hlm-
aelf to accapt the lowaat or any tandar
and lha paraon or mm whoa* tandar
may be aewptad will h* required Id
i.ibmlt latlor* fro
V*Mry| tUlfDS il"
jr
. i i
1HED J
Citiiirhwajdair> Offltr.
Parochial Building*.
Bridftalown
lOCONlT GROWEKK AMOC
IATI0N LTD.
NOT UK
firrRlOSRATOK
A-l .o..d.
Iton m>orw
11 B ll-3n
) ft ftl
FtKNITLkK
OFft'lCE i-HAIU-S Juat rrt-rlvrd
hipmnit of Ulnc* Poitura Chair* wim
tlirea point adluatment la* Uvaaa today
O-ant Ltd or Dial 4*41
1 I ftltfn
im inn
Tan ranir par ooai. ..
dad 11 .mi. par aoate
minimum cnargt ftl m
and HBO on Sunday I.
SHIN
line > waak-d^ui
lia* on Sit adapt.
i"''li.i
KBAL ESTATE
IIVKSTOCK
The lialf-brad mart
10,-1 |na> Applt.
BYf, or Pherie XH4
MISCEU-ANfcOUS
* acra. rva ptnn |
OblHjiiely oppnalle Muni
App.\ Nomiii
iva HID. Si Mirhapl
II 1 SI 11
t
I "Mir pine v. ill BbM
Naw Shad 1' \ I
rile Hhaali I" 4-
' AUI3.A Kodak
- hundred) dollar.
Cay Pnarruao
ft. Ai New prlca
Fill. K'Uflhl- Ltd
IliJl-T F N
IJfAMEIXD HARE Anatrtran Enamal
cookuia Pou a*nn rovar and iMBtdle.
<<-.1 parity 14 pint., .1 $2 BB earl, Firal
Grade Many uiptr coatad Enamel C*a-
atnola* at SI > earb G W Hulfhlnwi
Br Co Ltd Dial 41K Broad Streel
IB I M *
DRl-MS rive hundred einpV aVuma
I 11 1* ea.-h Appl> K H Hunte V
o Ltd Dial tor II 1 N-*i
Tlu.
r No
. n,i,
Street BBlHB]rln|
1 iwurr an* ana amndlna on ju-re
eel of Und
Impeetmn on application to the tenant
it T H. NirholU
Thl. prapeit> will be art up to Public
on petition on Friday Slat AuguM ll
il 1 p m at In* ofRca of ihe uinlmmnrd
''ARRINGTON A -
I ftl-
Al'tTION
OLABBWAftE-Anirrlran C
>*n>-Ka>ap> or Co. atalli ftr
'r each. pint lie each
( -rid* II.>UUt' und A(h T1.1
iv Dialw* BI wr
n k
(*?. Broad Street
Co
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
t H I .11 \ .
Nut and. Bv maburlaani retailed from lha In
ible price* ; auninc* C<> I 1.111 >all t Prld AuguK
Dial 1 Mir. 81 toe General Motor Bui iv
IB I SI
HAND RJ>LI>.R
Rollrr. auitable for
Phone BIM
'>...,, .
Sale at J
NYLON STOCKINGS-A *paclal prtc*
for a quarter doien All new ahada* J
pain for 14 M THE MODERN DHESH
yMOI-t. Broad St I ll-fai
PAIN fftda. right oui whan
ASPKO Action* apeak li
vord* ASPHO action 1* aala
live ASPKO relieve* Backat
4che- PBIna in Ihe llntba an
Fevniiduvr** Hrn.riitn-r tlicrr
ABPHO 11
r tha-.
1 cllo.
Head'
UitlRDI: CBarllft Kuni. Bing. Swing
------and we wtU ordar for you If w
Bavaai got It la gtoek. A. Barn*, ft C* .
Ltd B t -: ifi
1.1111 vnovu
1 VrJRIK(.rOki HOB
rVqulred for Saptcmber
sraooi
i*m
MATBON Nui
.T..L1. S....r
l-oard reatd*e
1* lidlj trained
tmnally good
Aopl wllh
ling qualllavatHUi* "
IftBM a mm.!, ii
lncr**ed If applK.i
TO keep the hair looking It* b*t at
ill tune* trt Dand* rme". no trouble to
,ie ](t put It 01. Price I 1 and V-
xn Knigntu Ltd II ft ftl In
WUOI.LEN BOCKS
Wi-ullc" Sork* m Gn%
fnatkallcr* BBC l>-r ,
Haavy qua lift*
only good (Or
11 r Hroadwar.
II ft M In
WAI 1 AltA I
Appiv C. Muyhc.
CO Ltd Dial M
I OS I A 1 OI Vil
LOST
Applications are inviWd lor U11
port o* AfthisUnt Secretary in th.
Coconut Growers' Associftrtion. IJd.
Port of Spain. Trinidad. Candi-
dates should preferably be be-
tween 28 to 40 years of age. and
11111-: hftV* px.vericnce in oflic
odministriiliiin A practical
knowledge of cft-accounUng is
. 1'...I Some lechniciii factory
experience would be U advan-
tage though not essential.
Applicttions giving full partiru-
lars as under-noted should be
sent under confidential cov#r w
the Secretary-Manager. Coconut
Growers' AMociation, lAd.. P. O.
Box 229. Port of Spain. Trinidad
on or before 31st August. 1951
PBrtaCUlars required:
(1) a Date of birth
b. Where born.
.2t Married or atBBJte
(3) Where educated.
(4) Post or P0*ts held duiinK
past 10 yeara, and full de-
tails of duties performed
(5) Certificate!, and'oi degree*
held.
(6) Certiflrd coplsaj of two
i*oammcndnliot.a from pres-
ent land previous. If s
empl'-vi 1
(71 Names und addresses
two referees for references
a* to i-hareciei. ate.
(81 Amount of annual sola
expected
(91 A recent passport photo-
graph.
Note: No lntervl?ws will be
ranted except by appointment
after all application* have been
"^,, iLMi-ia
I'ICKWICk
5 iRiikii ctxi
WATCH: On* Iftl Ladle* Gold Wnat
Watch with gold Strap Mad**
belwren Tweedalde Rd Pin* Koad and
Collyinore Rock Finder will be *uitubk>
r.warded b reUirning aame to I B*m-
aUNn, Mo 1. Swan Uteri Phone H4
II I ftl-ftl,
WANTM>
HELP
.NURSE Experienced 1
refer enc*. middle agad
Apt'H a> pvraon. ft to '
~ ili.an. Blue Wal*N 10
wllh
i......' >
Mr*
(OMKRMUi; St IKMH.
AKBADOk. BW.I
RFOT-lRrO ft S>v"t'' pomlblr
or ". late' Irian J.rlttaay. W.J
Gnidualc Teachrr of M.-lr,,, Uiim.hx
French and HpaniMi up to Ordinary
l*vrl f II,r OfDaraJ -rlUlrate. a/1 til
pn*>lbim> of Adcm Ndl
nr.r futur*
Salary Scale*
Graduate IKC 1$ BMN >
ES10 pa
l*t. or inn CU*. ftiwu 1 1-400 v
cm csao x **> els* i-a
Poaillon on increnienUO acal* aubjei 1
Id adluatment for War ffarvu* and pf*>
vkaua revoannad arrviea
Traclier Dlpluma ior r*coginw Muivaleni' Etft p.n. alxiv* In* ai.m-
mun. and mmunwi of Ihe .ibwt Brail I
Applicatinri* for the uhov* paat fnc
pcial aonm aialUig *g*. qianHfli aiion.
ctpi-Tirn.c mnrrtrri or *lngW. and rn-
cloaing a photograph, to be tent BI
early a* pnaalbte to The llaadmaalcr
ronibernieri SctHiol. Iiom wlmni luftliri
ma* be obtained
i* st m
Bo>. Ona Bale* OB
AgMr** Appu Put
1 Broad Street
HAHB0UR LOG
In ( arli.k- Bay
Sch Mandalfty II. M V Ladi Jo
MV Hrdgef>4. Va.li' M*
Kmelin.- M V Antpc**. Bah
1- < 1 Hi ne* Pilarim
Cullp II Qavaswoa. M V Ve
1. /.it. WaMta. M V Dn*..
Ui.id.iM. W *h l.-di. Adina g
Capi L*WM. ban Dniith 0a*
RcrMfOBBW Fninfclvn D H ftl
net CAPI Saal.. (Ton Hutiaei On.
St Janes \ etn
Fram rage S
liiglw-t. t f 1..; -h*A .(re
I nt.nr \tMiiient
Aj>> body i.-ho Oaoughi \t

SlUAUti a!*U tt
trt and Pi

D OH *
unrtaii iaU itial it v
true tfial QUite .1 tot had beam
said BtJMtBKBl meeting* about
from hi* knowledge "I
Ihe law. it was the *>ses*x right to asaess and the Vestr>
to consider tax relief Th'
could not change his figur.
but they ,uuld give relief \
' was the eighth montti of the
year and the people h.. h
applied for n I j
ing Id paj until they had beei.
lold what they Anally had ti
pay He could not see a rea
.liable Vertryman suggest! ia
that they IH3stpr.ne eonslderlitR
tax relief
Mi. Johnson then BVltl
motion.
Three boyK and onr nrl ?-,-
yesterday granloi \.. s.
amhlps lo seem,..
Eiil iv Jim, ,;,,
Unit I-.. ,;,,.,
1 landM
ii,ii ri-
li.' i.idbons. pai.Hl.
f\ <' 'ii ,i .mt| ,,,.r
month'* leave by the Vestr\
During hi* leave, m tMarke will
carry out bis duties.
The C'liuii ln\iiiilen ,v
sjoe.io io giv-i to i- si turn
Pitta Vii
Uge and one from Pou,
1.1 other ptvport) *m
damaged durjog ihe vw hiK'
water *
The Chin. -Ii warden M| t(,
the' the Governoi-ui-rxfcuUv
t ommittcc bad approved of con
for son,,, ivhtate. house
had bawn damaged.
Pyorrhea and
Trench Moulh
Slopped in 24 hour.
SHIPPING NOTICES

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nil ntiiwaou '*
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for St Vincent 1
be notlAad 1


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SA6UENAY
Naw Dfftcavary tcva* Taark
Ama*, taa aifBaeaxr * an Ai >< ..
ar'aailBt. RfM* tbaa* Uoun^a u r..
Mattta ftftl o..i.aaT*r t.r ,..,. Mi
gun* Ban a-i* aaa au.o > aa,d I h.a
'* <" ii'i> *LUa jxeiaTaUat lam,
haaig faaftaar* ftaaaaan. la M kau B/tar uMna
Aaaaaaa na. aac **\p& b.e.^ ..(
TW -nc* b. n., avi.^Ui dUanaaairdTn
*Btt aaaa aaa ia t<> *'< I u.1,4 ut*l
rtarir'i.'ttis -Jia- "
uaranfeed
thai '< 1
froai blaedlbf end 1
year le*ik la four e
j Baal on rati
oaal taaa eaar.ca
augaraBI taa ganger* Ir.m
ud BBaH troubl. i.ri Im^i*
abaoUM tadaj uodar tbl> K
Araosan
Tm *fWrkn--rrnck~MaWk
P IBM ur.
. BUS !:
Hi. pa<**|*
aaur (gainer
bl*aBUaB
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K.i.m Halifax N.s. & Montreal
IOADIM; !>ATKS
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liiMpi'liliuii
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II Aua II S*pt
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AgfBjta : PLANTATION^ I.IMITKH 1'hoin- 47u;i
NOTICE
barbadc OFFICIAL
... ,V ,HI '"IK'
IN I'URSUANCa of the Cnanc*. A
P*raon. having- .., ,4,,,
nrenc. in or artTrling ihe property n. nwtli 1 inanlionaa] iihe nronertt ",,t u,n
g^l'.'i."------
ar*sr=s*Sff;
" a"~ ' 1- .....- -11.1.1......,.. ,., ,^, ,.,

ka\^
oa-
SisoMAhip (Ji
9nc.
the benefit
pmp-rf
Pla111i.fi LE*m;n l^ROY (JllJ.
PROPEatTV Df*B*-lant ROOITA QORTJON COO LSI
ALL THAT eertai-, gUBf d1..ii.i,.i called TttE B
pan.h of Balm Jo..;.., , ihl* l.lar-1 n,d conUUiing by
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PI-MrfTIFr JACOI'ES lll-MI'IIREY
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ford had
captured
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Warwickshire
Win County
Cha mpitn\ h ip
leen members of the
ne^ly formed Harrow Sporti
Club ore expected to lesve the
r... at v
a aeries rf games
udM itx'b-11
tbalL
in | iblt tennis am is built
Lincoln WorreU. i loc.il
*'A" Class player, Rudv Sperwer.
and Neville Crif-
1th Ihi. team should U- able
pood BCCOUal of itself,
I told th Advarale.
iL nid that the i.
ilcl .-also be able to de-
lta! St Vincent It is made up
Samuel A-chcr.
li Spcncci ("oke and
Inflltb.
Usall team will have lo
LU laurels even .hough
i. will he led by thnt versatile
n Spirtan. "Toah"
bo Mill he* ably assisted
p -hooter Colvin Hop".
diminutive Johnni, Bynoe. and
other players itk Dennis Gran-
num. Archer, Spencer and the
Ibora Ki'kie Fields iind
Wild um aujott.- h*. M.d.
'Iium' i-.ving with the
San lei Archer. John-
Victor Cooke. Dea-
i Coward, Clifford Gtttone,
Colvin Hope.
: cfc r.i-lrls Owen Elliott,
.nffltli. Lincoln Worrell
dTid Rudy Spencer.
Sports \\ indow
YESTERDAVS
WEATHER REPORT
KKOM < OIIKINGTON
tUinUII I Nil
Total Rainfall for month up
i.. dale : 7 inches.
Highest Temperature: B7.5"F
LeweH Temperature: 77.0'F
Hind VrlorlO : 12 mllet per
hour.
Barometer: i a.m. 29.193
and <3 p.m I 2**61.
Asiatiinated General
PARIS. August 20
The body ot French General
Charle-if Chanson who was killed
by Communist aataaain In
Iiidn-Chinji on July 31 arrived
by a rmlitary plant.- from Saigon
on Monday. V.P.
Hi,
in
riii
3 Could Meet
San Francisco
lo pn t. pport n
to get into
H ill fJlOM me f;inlitii-;

limit I
h tourne
ment, in which ( pie;
YORKSHIRE, Aug. 17, F.>r.
Hoi W .
County Surin.
,i fOK the first tirr>e m Conference rath
| up 40 years, Wellington wa
PARIS. Aug. 20.
y that a Bl| Three
'iiifcriitti'
-. I-
, . I-, : m- ,*.
than later in
ii by a French
In other Eoaliah Fus: f reign Office bpokt
iintis t,i-da.v wen Frenoh FOrelgll Minister Robert
aa follows-- *;, human will leave for the U.S.
by air August 31 or September 1
1,1 l-ord'i jnd after spending one day in
I and 2 for no wicket; ..h New York or Washington
will leave for San Francisco, the
|
urge to be U]
l| mi
Kent 147 and 120
n eon b) 10
ture vs. Surng
Deri ---hire 171. 218 tor 2-wicket*:
linn dolnf
240, No play owing to ram
i.n ..i srMfeaU i i *- a-i

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ii i at
H..I-.I a i u
(ford li O

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scoring II


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Lead
Pickwick
On let Inninga

the Piekwick-F>
criekm mal Dt4 on Sai-
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betting iir-.t .....
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|| while Mi Joni
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h ketg i"i 18 i ii
when etumpi aran
i replied -.Mill

tu j Oreluun SO, Mr Joen
not out m F" b
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inch
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let Ji
ii Cheltrnhnin < ilmiresterahir
II '.i U wieketl declared;
; | n-tckotl
Match hire n NottinahejMhtre
,t Hancheeter: Nottinghamshm bei
,. ii-ket; l-iinrii'lim-
:i wlcketl ileclared.
\l.dili !
Lalceeterehire vs. Esex at Ash.
Leiceatei llo, 201 for
3 wlckete; Eaeex 208. No play ow-
ing lo rain.
' | B i .>i Weston'
380. .i:m !..r 7 wiCk-
i Bu) Ml 110, 120.
i,v 362 runs.
Warwick! vs Northants ut
vnti w ir* Icka 430 tm f>
wieketl declared; Norihants 117.
No play owing to rain
Mated .
spokesman said.
If the San Francisco meeting
.pening September 4 last* longer
, expected, the Hig Three
Giamniwm oreigw Ministers may hol.i their
conference there staruuHane-
ousty rather ihan going to
Vaahlnglori as atheduled" he said.
The Rig Three Foreign MlnllteTI
Conference is now scheduled lo
m In Washington September.
.... followed by the Atlantic Pact]
Council Meeting in Ottawa Sep-1
tember 17.U.P-
nr
E.ijoy the heipitality. com-
fort and thoughtful ssrv-
ice which have made MA
"first choice" ef veteran
travelers the world ovor
NEW YORK
UfEKlCAN
COLI M\
* tram rarr ;
pin-up
girl i. n mav be i-uaic-r I
cane to nmhu Maud whj
rearmament u so aloe
Heat Hit*. Them
Till HI VI iWfU

until the town banned
Ihe water |
'.'
-I'd to look al I
mometet lo know thai
115 Said t^\ The bl I
husband* crazy, Cutalde my office
I see a cna
'lie cherjaaa agatnet hu I
ihcin "'
Stars Dim tlul
THE
A'- I
refuse to go li the
so who cheated in aa i
The culprit* include- most of the
lars of the football lew
in the country.
will probably wreck th-
Bui the other -
those players are allowed to re-
main most of us will ra -
What's In The Put
OI'OSSI >| RCI\--I~
beef in St patOI

pound opussum mast eo '
four-poun IJg, Tru- opossum is a small ani-
mal which livea i eiy in trees
and pretends to be Shares For All
NtARLV h.iiUMino \
now own shares and stock. The
owners range from charwomen lo
the young new head of New York
Sto< k Exchange i
Dr George Funston.
Di runal
will be oven more knten had
preserving private cnli1: l
FIbB Tows Angaat
JUST befor.- midnight, anglvi
Alfred Dnrmetko hooked a tuna
i,it th Maaaachuaetta coast
Instead of Darmetko hauling i>
the fish, the lish hauled hun ami
his rubber boat and outboard
motor many miles out to sea.
Finally Dnrmetko cut the Una.
LONDON NOW
SEEDS ONI \
FOLK DIVERS
(By Mil I II HI MOM)

i secretary of the selec-
Oldfleld.
last water |"
wmmets
lor the Lc.nduti-P
Mat in Bei lin on Septcnil>er I and
1*1

rtii travel eta Um
Hi i k l.f H
I
the RussLm zone.
.
p|l ver would be

nut they
ag another
i
rives all
i

ea County player
. nd Derek
'Mark (IV.
..,! 11 Ina neai
M
and a good fighter.
Share
Kl must out-

Ht, b d
bull) and landa Kl I
Um Baldwin (Penguin) and Ri n
ik-c-konham) nne-tlmo
i will
at ti king over
. tnt
...list Ber-
tha other In the Parta
i-ns in the

bnlc) will

technlc).
I..E.S
would not
"ink Ha roared all i fhl A
. boat f iind h
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if Rugby Laag
Bntun U
Kingdom follows:
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. 12. Doncaatet 10,
S. Faalhenton
in.ill- Hornets t
liull Klngaton Hovers W, Cai llfl
II Hun li 19 Keighlca 14. Uv
tl Oldham
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17, Satlaa i arid a II, Bt 1
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Workington Town
York 9. Su.nl..-. I | II,
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(uurt of Original Jurisdic-
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Police and Petty DvM
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Crlrkel (Windward Ulsnds
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Meeting of the Legislative
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Meeting ol the House of
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