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IK.Ill KAKBADOS ADVOCATK llll ICsli V\ U (.1 I K>, IK1 HARRISON HIT 164 AGAINST QUEENS James Williams Scores 43 Runs IJisiioji Takes 7 Tor ~'.i i at the C Ml Hnt mini %  11 Koxer Told "Slop" -Bui ViahU On il Not rieet' i'"' N One* 1 lm him i %  %  %  ... %  r.-Ei? .ml %  S Allur rhU mil rtakM < %  i . IKIIII nol out. lkl| ,. %  Willi-m. %  ., chance at SA, R N %  %  At 140. %  %  ... lull,,, m | wild g|us. It Li my belief Unit the Vic Wo r'" con, who flail. Hi loi.uiiiii rwlnp, nol !5* eDer G I tlcular clubs mentlom ... i *M .... buttln l %  ""' dsspMs II those whi to the unpopularlta* ol th.. winner. In levei pi %  i the K.imo Lay, bandlcapptd b] thej %  v %  i ...n endea '" rut loft rw. WU outfought The DrltUfa dsfost FOOTBALL THIS EVENING -i nuhMi-t lUy will fi.otbull match ai I O'clock this evening. Represent in,; the i>land Griffith, F. Met Ion, N. Medfo. Daniel Arthur Peall says THE mil DUTCH MARS tHt ShOl KID GAVILANTO DEFEND TflU Again*/ Billy Grcham NEW v The welti Ga< item, the %  *n Gaviottsrntcit to take %  %  %  %  %  H two ten%  %  %  %  %  • 13 to S. —I'.P. Eti %  Contact Is about naif-bail. The freedom o( a met! ,. •hot win leave n attractive blue. D EJ press Service "YOURS BEAUTY" NOU M//>0 put if back ufcnf the Druid* left it." Londun Exprw Service English Football Opened \isnial Shares Paints W ill* i iihliici >lii Id \l i li'iiilnir\ into touch before Third Coal The third goal of (he match in I6U1 minute WJI scored by Trinidad Scouts Play To-day A team led by Mr. Robert Parrii will engage an eleven of the Second Point Furtm s. of Trinidad lH ;i fOOthal] match which hSSJni Si 4.4B i>m. Bl the i r ,. I to h inilda th ltundolnh San Negio hum New ....... iii-hi when he outpuni All 1 %  .. the .'' %  %  %  % % %  i dii-mlddlewMgh) title Eni ll h loccei By PETER DITTON LONDON. August 20. allow does in i r make. If that pi nt, l- spplied to soccer, it is tru< thai bj s team In action dui ii ndom anytime in the at tiarllj obtain an accurate picture of the strength and /orwi.ii ,i particular team %  • lm ha .. i ftsK i sfsnx nd Hai i ode tods MiPart H.iVIIC .. Browne, ....nd. f nivAN ihi aid well, 2*?* ^L,t rlh my oneparticularly Holton who scored JJ !" flolton from a pa by Porbi M ii it .i tho mlii thai H had had It" Aracnal nisi not have ~hsd the etyh but thai ertal %  Muxweii, K. Brewst,-. K. c.r.,.i% %  ..,. m foi II.. Ia.-k .1 i ..Ii with ""i". l'; 1 '" '. and the Dsvoalsh, u ReM, I I'airia and ffuddertaeld daCessM threstsnad R. iiajTiea. errun. piiii Fortin Sea B in the 3Mh Kimkit, L. Etnptlste. N. Bl minute therefore cams ai aomej j ;i |, iim i. Lt-.iie, v M •hough it >>,!,. |[ Sewnath, G. PhlUlpa. P As n Netcombe and K Cons) %  g.KKl centre WHAT'S ON TODAY Victorian Exhibition at Barbado* Museum 10.00 a.m. Court of Original Jurisdiction 10.00 a.m. Police Court-s 10.00 a.m. Cnrket (Queen'* College of BO. and Harrison College at Harrison College ground*I 12.:t0 BJB. Poi| ball (Bigbnrjr Bay v An Island XI at Oarmon) S.00 p.m. Table Teuni" (Queen"Collet va. The I.landi at Y.M P C -8.00 p.m. i mmai 1.1.0B1 rae II-.-— I em a I '.Mill } Hei • •' % %  • %  I'l \/ \ C.rl*t'l I 1 Mill If hi X I-. .hi ROI *i lafcai i'i Kill' 1 p m II \/ \ '—•—' (.r.nr I a— Sab Set TERESE BEAUIY SALON aJaOrsfSf si. ...I.I K. I.mls .\ ( ., %  i haitaa of i:ui Maw II %  Intarnational ndtanl experli HA MI NKOI: %  d ^1 runs At 4.3 W I i %  Bnal %  in tin live i it 9 : i I • . m kman ^ nee when Allev %  %  on. Lai I %  : nunfot ,. i.. %  hi I . .. a 5. Sr_^'" NoBINi rum K wl A I %  .'. %  : : %  '' %  III llll. IOUIII..V : "KlHgi Vfc JackBon (9-73) Leadn Race For The Doublc : < .\. A i; .: i \'iv JACKSON, Loli eaterahli I ,,;..ni allround) r, leadi the fletd In the race %  uhla" |,0M i im and nte.i Cngiant %  ally h lay of the M the alng u> the wlnga but b ., u | Jtelj %  ,! pro ped %  iiv to Ins %  upporten or the The Kesl naindan or UM ArssnsJ last sssaon Thstr forwsrd une : % %  m wai composed of the tnuEast and clsvai with inside-ieri .od-lui-i. 11;..Mil the star. The defence i> 8 %  UP to the satiu %  .standard bin a/lnc-half; Hop* th ctntrr-hal MrEvoy %  !'" to sain em ..II Red -i with indcnce >M mlnent, but the "" ,l1 Th. aacohd-half was von poor overdci rtun > n ( let the thrtlla of the ilrnt 45 mlnutea sad '><• might have lonsd for thinking thsi i inythlnf bul frlsndly. Huddcrafield on this form have no ralagaUon worrie T Lowest Temperature: T4JI "* Wind Velocity: 11 m.p.b. Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.032 (3 p.m.) 29.866 HARnii %  1 !* l.bw A Bxlu-p J| a Wilt.-.. %  %  i % %  Hewitt i. i %  %  Bawww M l l Tl ii l a Shin I a I J IMS %  | %  %  ; %  ;' '"'"• '"^; Thla doss*not mea AfU'i .ill lartcd thi tin i "rfwwisIhough la thai younasWra on I \m i itrsnfi„ t ^ TO-NIGH1 i '"' lbs raasfA-e laso abls Tennis Tovman %  t ssa | ..itl.llllV %  %  laki In claim a n HI i at i in 11 at v M P.C .d o'clock Four tuch up-ai wen in the ii laalnat H fot British Gulai i \ %  %  ir Ray %  MoOBUl und t mil in GUI end i. %  %  BOW LINO I tipled the poall David Boa i land 1 a Mercer; .it IM lai hfcPrn n, trsn %  : oil Count %  snd %  down the i "-iti .ii occupied lai %  •. Go .The)'II Do it livery Time MM Bv Jimmy Hatlo j (HE DRAV.'is'S-ROav, /MSKERS JOF JBWUL WET ARE-TUE VERy QJlNTESSEKCE OF 6UAVE ETlQJETTE" T UOlV TAKE A GAKDZR AT H S OTAtR SIDE—HE'S MO LONGER jeWLL—HSS HOW Z/'i.HyOE--" I Ii ill I, in,/ Of I'll i II tini'. J SEE US FIRST FOR READY MIXI I) PAINTS (in nil Siuul.-s .MHI Si/.-v) ALSO WHITE LEAD HIIITl: ZINC UNSEED OIL \M> TIKI'S Colours I>r> "...I Slid in oil J^NLRAT HARDWARE SUPPLIES DIAL: H>18 Kirkt'lt St. Your eolnureds arc i wbitei whiter hen you use Rial out otfthe din. make your cJothes so thoroughly deal u s Riaso for brighter, qukfcef tcauttt. a-£tf--wRINSO for all your wash f OKlM4W44WW-: .•s.'ss,;;;*,','.;',;;;',:' <.'.'.;;:'.::; USE BOW RANITE AMl'l-CORIK ISIVE 1\I\T Iron and Steelwork I >. i-orrodi beneath \ coat ><: BOWRAN1TR. Proof nr-iiii't hrat or rold. the corromlve air Of bla Hi. *. -ill s|.r.i, and aca-water, mm KAMI! is IIM.1 bl laiglawnri ahtaptai l n, s d,,rfc authwiti.-a. and public and Industrial rontrctor ever* where. YOI SIIOI ll DSC IT. TOO Tiiiiih PleoriMe, yet No* nut.in BBSa) itir.llvisin. 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lilt RSDAY, \t < %  SI M ItSI i:\Klt\I.OS ADVOCATE PAGE lIlllKr. Culm Should Lessen Dependence On Sugar %  August 29. by curlailinf natun %  iccordlng to the IrUe: : r Rm IWtTUCtlon and I This is one of thi* t. loputmU ma %  I by the Hank to nuc aid to YuKoataviki of |l I^OO^M l *1 to ..nnoun France u> eicpectEC A **! 'hat the new United State*' aid tome* from funds transferred to lh<. -gency •nt Truman from the Mutual Defence Assistance Programme Yugoslavia will aee l | to buy raw materials %  Ad other supplies vital to her economic strength, jnd the auppirt of her military defence effort.EC A. aaid that the dollars will be used chiefly for auch Item* a. cotton coke, and steel LONDON. Aug it li bard to the U.K l n declare >" %  l" fou Cuban Trade \. Km pi to trader., W i -. aep en denoe w f OWt chairman of the print made u gai b j proiaouag new enterUtotostrtee Association nd irom wood Diilp. % % %  %  bnpln Leeaue, la a letter pub.... lished l-> ".he l-oiul I lm< a Expand and create new in1"* " ,-roducing sugar b>-proTh 0 U0lu ,.' q using .sugar as .i raw concluding 2J?V R p w e um se ft bo mill at Tulnuoa, Cu ... v first international multilateral tn •of Cub.', .conom, manliv NORMAN MCHOLSON DETRI 'i r Au .1 THE i I truck ...iiipamw M) that lliey will not teal the 111 ii H ii %  nth ii ill., itrlke aunt ] i(U .] eventual "lai %  > reaction will .low Ij linn tu •undMat, MUni Uiou kout Is settled prompuj | | ,.i. i tlted moil ..i UM Unild out| ui. in*vii..l awUI h ..i beaoma tn luta indutu oiu m>Mri*l procurement headache rod rc. hunt (or ....-., f BKITALN MAKES ..... i — i j&ai rJlfhtV metal that g ea 1 average HER OWN CIGARS I.OMn '. V Now. hi "Whether ihla second purpose alloyi m the Ion, Jamaica hai n>t had two othi %  vporU of nony hkely to be .ui.i.v, : teriopoqP Of Hie \ nib reduo ihe det., era • aoubt." Iv nanm Mnce import.* itar exporu. This "i> t in any ease tho*.ai rrd turnout of nearly ipnn rrom ( uba were pr— feebj p lH>th to raise I papl .Henger cars, that ..-cording to Mr. M A. i irfin t LONt> iti \ I'M,!, I.. i irVnd I U Iiolll tot the I m thai un1 .... f un%  I.JOU. %  wear U also the In %  I H5. Sfit.Wio in th< | Van "-'ic muf;i %  In iinuoi Ml' ii'! : %  ialn Inconbrbvertlblc '• %  auto producers gobnomy. The agreement hoa been reached nt i.led up .tt>ut lSft.000 lornof irer. About two-and-a-half nm.%  raiirnended thai sttenthe cot of overriding protesti copper, %  note a>HUhjer*amisfaetured i's < %  ei to minerals and from producing Interests ID IMauuvtl i:\ertniven Uriuin than Jatnalcai ', ..u,,;,',.,,,^ crude end poaoi '' :;i "" h ,; '"'' %: %  %  = . he says, and ht t pi snlslna Uu 'Fl i ld &,uth Afiu-.. [H H British wan laauaaj in t SfnmfMl lening the **— .. — l %  v.lume thun Hav.n Commonwealth. x (K >dwill and from B ugar-cane waate. lucuon in Cuba for £1^^ JSn? luction facuitu The British manufactu tic consuntpUoa of %  > wkr* Mr. 1; II ( :*'.'. %  ,T "W rterTaU* f';!!-'"^^'': isumer goods which : ihnd Mi .. value M £24,MliJKM>. nib 1 .. siartlini ..1 1 n rnooths imw •fhea Britain exported labor.i' ported oaci which iiiv 1 \T ] ii mo*t important JdvanUge !!L*2 %  MOW to Commonwe;,made DTon It let %  % %  %  i'Ut t!:,it COUld 1 %  : %  %  cess. '•,."'" the supply problem of nttnu. .' "'^ both to ; taegi ,, 1 -1 WWJJ %  MH300 lion. %  iu.iKef.us p., iv. .. A : Dut both .1 industry ofcso r vora It U hard (o envisage" any "trade lK P C!fh ad With M'.V,',: I d Lyle which honu %  iLs minerals and It • the Colonial Einpiii' reJatu Fdad Police HudC %  •.-i-ii|H'ii Oonvid mission aald ll urged the \'Msh Ministry of Minos. W.v 1 %  be re ponsfble f< gallon —H.t I'. other purlOf Hit WWid ure~not good, industry oh | mas In one countrj th* : • thai Oils l IB UM l.f.S 1 to selaet other te %  picture tomaki ih. perfect bl 1 . ., ... , juin bun* .i Utreat Wi i n i ... his depar. foiafau oountrlas, LBH nj W< vehicle* com.t, I ,.,., .. M ; ., Hern Gernun* with Hug fuu op 9 iUarday ;iy that Russia has its own treat] Aln I I ive len vhlel i i establlsJ Additionally two and rtial OM basarai n laj si ...• %  ad food i %  flash aggi nron Japai %  a arrived 'ii ii" Unsn Ian < Rsharoi An>.) party of .nt Saturday J Alae Connecting Service* to the \\I...I.Harld. FLY BOH Vxlls^Vl^V': 1-1 Ii I 11 (jVEKhfcAS AlRUAVN < OKPORATION Lxploratory i-t. In bVUNbY. Aug. W I Hush ii -i larj (Joveniment can declare i son Officer was belief in Empire :i tion betw en 1 rr* children nict this lorl of wound on r. Iisrpeetor Blake that caught <;<-)H m old and had traders." don 49 hours aft -B.i %  mwill hi % %  > I o La i %  on to oui %  ml I.. this %  ;. ml DUNLOP CAR TYRES Mf-service SMOOTHER DRIVING DOWIHNf. ESTATES & TRADINd VM\\\ Lll (CCKSTIIN S*0S. #7M f /oof IgViffSi NUSBSUI.V GET NOI/LM4 FOB FAST. < OOL id I.li r NOXZK.MAistheonly UIKJIIIP SUNBUIW CREAM ." ". thasjg :t BiK Advantimc_-s . COOLS—Amazing | .. .,tttantly. Rehel in 3 - used to yood .id^anugc -Irom the wide front leal to the tpawloai cncloted biggngr accotnmodation. Yet no full tiu family car PAU ever so easy to park or "AanoeuVft in u.if lie, so CLtinomica) to run. You get so much asfarg intu ihc Minx HILLMAN MINX "ALOON • CONVERTIBLE COUPE • ESTATE CAR %  •iii4 K srn.i. 2:ioo.o \ET CA1 TAKE ADVANTAt.l. OF THIS OPPORILNITY ANI. BUY NO*'. COLE a% CO LTD. ni^rib..ir^. i



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I'M.I 1,11 K HAKHAIMIS AliMH \ll nil BSOAV, At (.1ST :su. IM1 SWRADOS ADVOCtfTL r — -i 1 Id rlr,..J SI llll4Mal Tiiiirsu>. AUUUNI :>. tri ll.sll EXAMPLE THE Housa of A passed a resolution for tha sum for corn] i hildri n mother bad boon kU !,n iv am rwd b; lha GOT vote wii ; %  %  lorry was uninsured. Tlic cJrcumsl i, indictHi for optraUng motor vi : [ska. This newspaper ha its demand for a compul; Third Party snauranca on all motor vehicles on tt* evan 1<> the mamberi ol tha Goi that the rapid and contlnuoui UV the numbar ol motoi nmathing ba dona to m Ud other if tha road. uld have baan the duly of the Government to Institute such a aystarn but tailing to do so H Is easy now to %  < Was difficult to impose on the individual B condition which the Government itself had hesitated to accept in pi.n The arguments In favour oi co mp ul so ry Third Party Insurance are nut easily refuted carry Ti.ua Party btaurance voluntarilj on their vehicles. In the neighbours Trinidad this Insurance Is regarded • % %  matter that 11 l| W I motor vehicle on the road unit insured. In Barbados the old free ftl methods continue end now the Govern ment has been found to bi who operate motor vehicles without Aral Insuring them. And the House ol A ijlv failed in an Important duty srbi withheld Strong mticism against the Government for this omission. The sum of $l,63fl a which would ruin the Treasury but the fad that the Government has 1 i tun to vote this sum because it had failed In a duty was anouj h row d I u critic un. If the vehicle had been n. tiould have been, the sum would have been paid by an Insurance company and nol from the Treasury. The bad example "i the Government will now be taken as a precedent by who are not inclined ti. expend the extra sum involved In the payment of premiums %  nd who a 111 U %  %  uaai oi tha road in peril of getting Mill d or injured without beinu able to recovei compensation. It would be rarcioal now for tha Govi rn ment to send down to the House a bill providing for the compulsor\ Insurant %  of motor vehicles when it ij known thai the Government Itaell operates vehiclea which are not insured. The woial feature ol tins matti it mlghl OTM day happen that tinHouse will not be In favour ol the view that compensation should ba granted and i refuse the resolution for compen The injured party would then be compelled to have recourse to tha law courts In an attempt to recover damages. This should be avoided at all < The exposure ol the facts has now shown that the Government had failed nol I rnake i Ion I i third | risks but %  exai pie of operating unlnsu %  ahlclt ; ..• which n.. followed by the general the detriment of all us. IT ol th* '\(W For Depriving II.W.I. Off He-sources" i miimilli'r'**. < •• % %  iiiii nt On A uli.in V.u %  i til* "p \ %  %  %  %  %  : |i i %  i i. If. His I %  %  %  %  %  %  % %  mi thetr %  %  %  1 %  I [ %  Member ..ml the %  In %  : % %  ad %  %  h i. %  %  %  tst and What should %  of free. I i r hos no %  %  %  M->rt sur%  %  1.000 ., -...„ lt HM %  i 12.000. %  nod cod0. Cuba's ital exp* -I at £226 I ; ; i %  ,,i r.f the %  %  • i Indian %  "If UiB %  %  i rcsponsli.li for i) had been %  -ild have %  ba bslsnca %  the Tacts? %  'man arc several times as it rent as the average IBS IJittish West nd, nothing that %  future can bring %  .'. %  • tads tag 0| tbt same slan%  -.joyed by BottildVrnl. I)r j. led uasr fct %  futura niflailllH only that the %  negotia: Cubs, without so much i % %  .. < %  Q e :i Britain disrupted the foundations of the Common wi-.iltli • %  a i b> i l the Jsmsloso cigar Industry i.d dejected, the t i great and loyal colony. Laty, however, there still vfharsbj i.. ... 11 .I.mi.man I ISJSX IM svan ntti cnettt. Excbaquej .i :. h ratal '. i Jamaican cinari> T |SS tO all ^yi Lh< effluent At the same time, reached their present i. Bssaauni levenue n '-"" aUUSI I ore than half The obvioul lenicdy baa bee i suggested by the Jamaica ciga thsl the former pre,';. of 1 1 l|(L 1 SI round be restored. No dimculu Sly obstinacy, i j >if u,. race a itop %  M,ld help the JsmsXa cigar Industry and. indeed, miShl iv. restore it to the worthwhile position which it held four years SaOi TO ISflWlda this remedy for lush ' Id be but one step In the right direction In addition UM nl'. just course open to the British (iovcrnment %  to see tha' SBtB with Cubs go no Inriher thsn the trade agreemerit j rovldes. and In due course flrml teclare that while the immensel privileged position oi Cuban sugar and cigars remains as it is. there U ho case at all (or COntinuins lo deprive the Brian ii colonies of any part if their meagre resources, even hi %  be considered to be the wider interests Indicated by Sii Hartley Shawcrot*. May we suggest, too, that before Br.tlsh Mm liters speak again of isolation they first endeavour to dl rass themselves of ih< i bceming isolation from demonstrable concern in matters such %  tin m foi Lai re at their mercj Further, the> might wltta profit <-tudy American! .md apply not only to Int. i Waal lndi..n rum but also to cigars the American pi regard to Puerto itaan rum, whereby the whole of the duty on that product, even when consumed I n the I'mled BtStSS mainland. reverts lo the btnei'ii of Puetie is laasd with tellini; effect f"i the oeneflt ot the Puari Rwen rum industry. in. luloiual people have tie grateful. : Ills M.iji'styS Ciovcinment for their most generous aid in many :j hemes of o:evelo|>mcnt and wcl%  .-nt •.-. n Ii Is. therelore, all the more to be regretted that when it was ;i m..Uci al making the best of long-tried OSI tins raseurcs i It hould have Urn necessary for the Brittsl Wi t Indies to light tooth ami nail in a fruitless effort to secure it if the United Kbur. oin." —u.u.r. A Newel* Kind Oi' Stalking Joins The Traditional Sports K BVI I'fltltll K 1 n f the height of tl %  here. There ta't a room to be Ann art %  height ol n in I %  Ided papier %  %  %  . %  %  i on the Dee iwaj %  i ; e to thousands o' %  into the town from :iii ovei the ewrl a *hta %  Ami If r i *• Kin*. Ouerii or -i peon . rrinresaes if the l>uke af I'.iUnburuh %  i rTlnce tharh %  DQ the knol B i the N" and the pace IM i' | can alight THE WAENINO Tills rBAI alt] si ihe i The Iron curtain has come down rink. i.o sn \ Who Vi\ks about ,i plans of any ramlly." • %  %  MaisWtS lliehl.ii.eerv %  lads are closed erbenevai %  .'i iv< irom one place to i Mi new sraen Pord .in on i motorHi appear al the drop of ,, lever. ..1 household, has issued sightseers from getluiK any privat to his men. Still tins has hai.llv tin stjlo OJ one little fellow : tbe %  oldlee who I holler at i the Bal%  %  vbare Ihe KHinlusjhi ere itsylna), but tarverthei. Baure at some local iini-irl.'iiuv. His line—"I know what Prtoc* 1 bariei ><•• of |he Inrrcfi." and Btrkhsll): M Someoae has OMl "/ the door. / (liiniv It usually turns out lo be the Swedish chef brought to Scotland ; row t i.n nci %  the Beottand UrOI (one f them on .picuous in his oropromlM ..'. camouaaga—dark worn with a very llsht %  a asd *.p, the whole un,.iied on top of a bkycls) try to stop ihe Till STAM1-BV BOSlBBOW. for the nongrouse shooters, salmon Ushers, deerstalkers, or mountain climbers llallater—with its social life restricted to two licensed bars and a film, and a dance to a two-girl i nand alternate nights has Its drawbacks as a holiday centre. Of course, there is always the standby topic i Interest around I., to the i'i oi..-.' The King and ihe Duk) over) sfternoon when wsellaii i %  ittiits l>oth in Sherlock Rotasai caps and knickerbockers, accoi panted by the beaters ami luade and sometimes two Princesses mauvish t'c..' and tanmsh broauaSi i patttao better is sent down to Buckirgh.un Pal%  On neighbouring moors. outsld< the royal estates, more shooting parties are on the go. Taking a strictly spectators' t lew, the pastime seems to be ol the less pleasant pursuits luxury living. IT MEANS %  ,rly rising 04 cold and damp r cold and wll (thera .ire no oth^ r kinds tin here) mormtn; II Ml \N> the scrub, which may be a jolly purple colour and called bracken or heather, but is BUU knees .HM IT MEANS stressing LU %  clothes and geel sg ruined. IT MEANS a lot of work for the sake of being in the social s\ %  nd drinking i small qu t brandy, IN FACT the only | %  ince of ISM sport is the sold cartridge case containing inti. Bold msmberad lUcka, wbli \a used by the m.is (hm nt the start of the show to dra ttsril places —I-E S. WAR AGAINST THE III liliK AM. B] 111 TK BaSWI I LONDON %  but all Use Ingenuil n\ gpie*wt whicri Is i 1 !"ducin^ atosnic Dower and other ntarvali cannot beai the terrible oV ilence .*iire. Nobody has yet d p .i hun iiani' end ; iiarmi am) to protect buiidn Droperty, BUCCI S th<* Jamaican banana crop, from the full tury of a hurricane. The most that man can do ararauig of the approach %  i an tremendous Intnewernentg In tins over the past few the (ieveiopnieni of radio communications and mcteorolocical services. Tb deted .1 rturricanc .it liaaource is hard en. HIT 'lit in the Ail. itiin Verde Island*, and the Weal Indies, a desolate stretch oi from any land mass, where observation of the weather is practically Impossible. Only as the growing hurricanes approach land are flu %  ; %  In the calm air of the doldrums, towards which the trade winds blow from both sides, conditions are best in Ihe late summer and lUtumn for tha formation of hurricanes. tha doldrums are farthest al this time of the year and thus in the i aition foi the eafth'g rotation to start the latent heat of the tfreat amount of water vapour discharged from the] hoi surface ol the iti ssgly-aunni as time. It is this latent heat ihat provides ihe energy to develop hur%  Heated sir begins to rise bom the warm MM Cooler air rushes In from the sldV t take Its place, swirling around in a spiral and faster, until Itg ce n tr i fugal force. that it moves in a circle about iu to %  ' mil imatat -inside which. there is almoai no wind nt alL As the Whirling wind ascends, it cools and, much of the vapour in it conderiMlib) rating more latent heat. This keeps the central zone warmer and less heavy than tin SUJTCUndJngs, thereby maintaining the low pressure on the existence of which the continuance of the hurricane depends. Driven by westerly trade winds, the whirling cone begins to move towards the Carib-I bean, picking up speed as it goes. In time. it may build up to .1 dlamatei of -is much at 600 miles. The most violent gusts are at its leading edges, blowing up lo 140 m p.ii. Sucking Up .1 column of water from the Ma, the hurricane roan along the path of It 1 %  resistance In the direction of the lowest pressure. The average life of a hurricane is nine Thar* lefence against a hurricane. The be.-.t th;,t can be done is to warn lalandi that lie in its path, which can he forecast accuratt I3 bj 1 lodern meteorological tttltpffe. Forewarned, it is up to these islands to take all possible precautiona, although there la little they can do to save crops and buildings. Seldom (it, hurricanes go far inland. ThOM kSt oi Florida come up against g trough it high pressure along the coast— what rneteorologistg Call a "front" -and veer Sometimes they travel northward* up tha U.S. Atlantic coast, like the one in IHi4 winch went as far as New York and spent itself in the North Atlantic oeal of Newfoundland. A freak hurricane in I9;JK wai drawn inland over the United States by the coincidence of a low-pressure trough near the Great Lakes. It did $.100,000,000 of damage. To Ihe West Indies, nearer the path of the more usual type of hurricane, those violent ii have had a surprisingly deep effect upon politic lomics. Sugar ran. Standg Up to hurricanes better than an; other nop snd this |g one of the reasons a hj has always formed the staple crop of the Wt Diveraillcatlon of West Indian agriculture, so often advocated by Briush Governmeni spokesmen over the last few years, would weaken the West Indian hurricane economy. —B.U.P. 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Black Box Calf Oxfords JOHN WHITE Two Tone Oxfords Brown Willow Calf Oxfords Brown Willow Calf Casuals Black Box Calf Oxfords -Brown and Beige Casuals Brown Willow Calf Oxfords Black Box Calf Oxfords l 1 CO%l A if CO. I III. Art' The Iporior* Unfair To \w Ideas...? %  %  %  ; d from las Kmplrs Rheum ttlsm Council on %  1. tuiinc cream. sport %  %  but Ii .T Itai I should %  :nned. %  whin, tha trials h ive bet I %  i 1 %  %  %  %  %  II* < IIMM%\ ll M. IIMI %  b doctors 1 douW until the as psii ; : '. Label Igi orad %  %  1 %  %  %  %  report. %  %  by the push-button %  they clstm ihst %  Moss claims thai %  , %  i.tiw than, thl %  1 %  %  %  Tare Mats %  • %  %  • 1 ; % % % %  ; % %  Hriti' sessntisl out m a aoeton %  tronslj erltlcisad In letters puti hshcxi over RUUU vrsaki in UM fSrittsb USdkal Journal Yet because the taCjUlr] Wi nrsanlsed b) tl' suthorttatlvt Medteal Rassareb Council DO hsM i-t the trast; led. \ promlstna common-coW ills srsi sbsralonad sftai lbs Medical i;. .1, ii Council threw it oui on evid •ii-> > strongly %  N.i ProaC The dfltiR^r i> thi-. I m may be usclesi On the other bait t for the ic ii.iin. %  : I % % %  %  nt h a proi %  Ail it '1 raise graw 11 a Hoverplanes Probe Arctic Tares > ITS to i>.USSd by the Royal I'.m.idian Navy nslsssa a In *'. %  They will 1 1 alighting on the water, md srUI from I b|| built at SoreL Quebec 1 %  %  piano trill |p ihrrniKh areas nude dsnaaroas Sfl wilt also land obmd mail • itposts. I snnal %  .-each, as in which he will %  -living fr to 8000 1 1 %  %  voided paying S l'\ > under the nnli-dumping laws ited on May 31. %  D-yeST fiiispcn: ernment nfflcinls at Ottawa rcve.l N.i British CSV firms are r.* %  %  by the regulations.


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nil RSI) \\ M (.1 si N, MSI BAKU.UHls AIIWH >l PACl i IM A#? Grouping Came Too Soon Coni|iulsory I tlu< alion \<>u Books %  / Puhiiv Library 732 Babies In League Creche Las! ^ vat Siiotiiil Have Come First — Suy* Retired Teacher aping in fkmnil, %  %  %  %  ichooU, MvMk I v t-iiiK-alind should I nldren :>m11 would 'I.I\> entered Khoo] at tha . .' chai ^1 %  the low standard of io I : %  I b tinwork. I %  I %  %  MII III my y but they jtet |M The : • v. <; % % %  favour of it. Mr. waa favourable. Mr. Toppm sam ,, ; ., enncei In bei thought it was a he took il tor granted thnt (i m an %  and bandtci MIpre •plendl I M %  %  arnmant would unda becoming autMecu ousting D ** 0 *""' ,hul w *"*"' '" tattoaa coaattdar aarrylna tha real She one the basis of nil studies FnwlUh consider such a provision. Ihenis, : and Arithmfft %  '.".-i. The Address M.r i i tJ . %  Mi Weatherhead aald thai When aht % %  %  u of Aembl %  ''"" %  concern ihe cost of replacing the but mi.>.. %  IH-M > .vim mately 40.000 small hurrteane would atrlke the adand, b 1 lend, which In tha As Churchwarden he had anae %  1 each school to the Empire 'ton. Hobbka "In m> I i %  %  ongly lead of %  hobby. Bral w lung to Mr. Hai Itreei efw plant golnfl bo I .-. CoUegi .nid stud> a told ot %  He thi %  ... %  j %  the %  th %  tha ptesent building n v. en about 3ft D 1 1 rtmenl of Bauca: aalgarvi re needed to handV around I number of children becoming unable to Thli old Headmnrter lold the CulgAr\e (dveeatl 1 m viMnl.se the In ii'!. .. 1 teaclb a to eon l„ g i n distn rnort mvltatloi hour an I to the 1 %  • I %  roulziirve ^_^^_^^_^ %  u] vm l' iii'iiiiin dn k event of a hurricane arould, proaround durlna the V*^"'* ** %  iiuuivuiii nvyiu wiv, w.o ' ' not) high that I lull %  ,, %  %  try %  %  %  b %  %  Nol In A Position Ragged Polnl left the Can To The Polls Ft* Weeki 1 mii. irra Foundn she will be do di eked ted w 1 command Of the ship. A ere The Cnulgarve, ha Ijimbert Bros, She i in OUsgow. Scotlii Iiecn cfa %  1 OF-8PAIN, A arnando Is gnlng to the %  1 tor the last time, with Ihe whole town t %  aatea. BI< v tor n.okin^ %  which ,.,, ,,... the i( | ea was a grand %  Gerard Montano got ,.., uncll to accept Is being ,.|, [s lrue nP sa jd. "that this mplaUOB and is exwou [ ( | m can an additional burden to be reody in time foe on lne uispnycrs. but in my In view ,,( thli replacement 1 House of Assembly con rei nment should carry a lva Hurricane lnuron theaa houses as tlitowners arc no1 h) %  rtnancial position t. inaura Ihemselves against Hurricane Risk." Mr. Hnvn, v view waa that i ni should either put fund com%  mi the houses, 01 take out comprehensive Insurance n them. Mi. Topp U rday thai >o long aa Government satisfy that such Inauranea would only be effected on people who weie m such low ctrCUrA" 'on, thai they would dcilmiely in) houses wen very bed w • ,k, "... V ?* %  Co*i Le** A wall houw th< built bouaa would coat laaa to insure it. but those would be the ui amputate thi boy who houses which QovenuxMnl would 1 ibetes. They were the Il mall houses. In | .mi. very (aw were in.-ured ngainsl hurric;in,s because the rates were high. while steacoera which %  Ik-l. to IKsunk during hurricanes, were moid of them insilll-ll '1 think," he snid. im In^i 1 ance Company would be very Food unwilling, except for %  high rate, aa 1 lot ^ hoi. a a man could easily shake, end there are such houses. When the insurance for a house was too high, it might n t hwhlla to Inaura It Ho said that in the v.KhaRM Dot going through, Oo\ild set asi 1 %  I < %  t of money every I Cost of Living I i> rm coat oJ %  IBM %  %  at %  • p >iuts in the 1 0 of 1 11 J 1 %  %  %  1T4. •: %  J waa a rial r ''""' %  1 Ipproee 9ft0ee Appoint nw nt THI Vaatn ol Bl 1 u meeting >< 1101x183 ap| 1 principle i*' BI tha pei lah ,.f sr : %  ti \ \\ to tppoii Hi J. 1 %  a re* ommon% %  11 ,;..ni to the appoint %  Mich a Committee ihould ba com %  %  TI Veatr) ilao dealt with lh< %  ., vacant Veau ,. Pern School and II* 1 There %  ,n,i iii foi the Aumandi %  on nc) ("i the Pan filled ..( Rockfleld Bl ,,',. 11 vi'. IIS unit one montti wn theei Inat w ith si |,< 1 cenl Boyee who cami flrtt in fa the Alexanth M (%  ... down by the Wsbeca lae loo young 1 %  %  i 0 her with 51 i-i cenl • 'i %  rtt\ voti tb. in I Iravt 1 foi %  % % %  rtum ol othei I %  left. %  %  %  %  1'ul in A %  %  iht Child ind tha 1 %  %  %  Vouni; Paofjlg 'Young 1 %  %  %  %  BUght more V %  i tlraa ted ther'i %  %  Ung waa Itj in decided a> ... net %  %  1 • %  'iv going IO \ 11 was a 1 that we %  %  m Barbadea auttlon to rr llel|> Boya AIM! Carls' Chih oil I bough) '"' 1 %  Sept opmion. It would be a ^"esUnal form anolhcr typf ,, ( ineuranee whom Maaan B P Son ACo, Li i-oming November cleclo vv hai II the island fill the usual il event of n hurricane of the d 111 the contest all three nia((n iiude which had lust struck the Nether<* the out-going candldat. Ilor thp Hon. A-ihf"r. JOHN GODDARD SICK 1 .n•• ft. cause to which many could aub•eriba." He said that houses over the of $1,000 shyol-l lxmsuM 1 Splendid I II nice and i p kandld for Mi ( ie Such a scheme would be m„k.ni: f an I Jut.. %  %  of new •*< k by bed .t $2u0 to put |h a house might cost $K!MI. above which figure ..-.,r I Id $800 Mi Ph %  ... dertake the Inauran "the scheme was a very work* Then arould b> scheme able one, he tett a ,il1 a h r I SSOO and was blown down ncanes only occurred nvw Ihi by a hurricane, it would only course of many years. I UK P %  I • turday %  %  iii th< II be I 1 I the IU ,. w ,n f io 1 Bl l %  %  ... %  %  •/lu' Prevalent ii 11 the 1 , I it nil 1 la diseases, Infliv %  \ I I 1 let said 1 in rw forced %  B In Bi %  Itk With the 'ii'%  ANIMATED OPINIONS Sj>. Mr. LM Kin.: "VOU CAN KK-I.ION IT III IM. 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Fitch said that the w %  %  %  ted in aorna an %  %  Mr. A. J. Ilarrl*. Oaata I'lumher an,. Splicer of the liHi.nl.I '.|,II.,F %  'o.. ta experiod u> lei-^ |tarbidn~ %  <>morrow bj air for Jamaii J via Trinidad lo aiwisl in repairins the telephone Bfagaai iir hi i.im %  down leeea gad equipment with him ||p i ii to airtva a 1 laaa ' 1 on Srplember | The •* I Beaara analeh ~iiied nut of Certaale Ray on Tuenda* eventni bourn' for faaaaaai v* raerto Ra few other port*, is takint riiuipment from the Karbado^ Trlophane Co. to Jamaica. The Blabury Bay )'..\y on Thursday at a.11. and went back to R discussed the siluation ihe Sparrow. Iparraat same mission as Ib< PJlalmr* IU> It arriv 1 %  1 22 For Barbados It Wit .' the two ships 1 Uichurt Ray would leave Kingston on Sal •M IfTWN out cruises of Ua %  .ivinan island %  : %  MI, 04 -';•".. %  %  imaae." he added The MitHirv tU* lafl KM .rday at 8 1 %  The I %  %  %  rtis earj %  %  %  %  CLOSED I II IIA Y FOR STOCK TAKING II. ...|.. % % % % %  !• N..ii.i.l.i S'|ll bl. Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, 11. 12 & 13 OROAD S'REtl



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Tl mi* and %  rf-H M word! — eve* 1* HOlSFS d'.itabl* bu*jn*<* premier, i n Varan u* occupying and .landing on Ufa vjuM# M MaOO W On* CoMilnnablr Bed,.. %  %  ..>*! Mr*l. a,. i,a> l-i u.rt,.. lar* phone-d AUTOMOnVE r awe. am* xll be • %  I on Friday ai.i 1 tha oSVe of th* uaMnnw rARRtNGTOM a, ALV 11 at1. i CUTTOH TTRrwE TJ an apprang lenaM Furni.hed Houtt. Upper Bay fl .'tpua.ie Varhl and A a m and 4 p m n I 11-1 l.n The bam CAR A F..rd Prefect New Dark Ab•orb*r* and rubber mat genenllv overhauled laN *,crk IIDBi bWi.iamu % %  oio U p c.itag*. M.nor Garden*. Dial am io a ii >. MtrTDR HVhf. %  MX M.rti.r B'tt ratuar Apply C I hi-. 51TT 1 TfvAm. dwaliiaaboyaa k n • I AtXCVNC VlliX. .iih if unrraon ihr umi IUMI. aaa] '''""Wa rrrr.i 4.aM aquarr <: I ... lb nd Iha "i.l BIIIUIII*Itirrrh. on thr Sr M IUIUM. cftrm Ch -maiiii'l Hoirl Royal Inapa*iion aa, aa V rV rrpt Uiwaan ihr hour* ol II noon and p m vm ,w-..ttm IMIinAlt. marba.r.. ~ adj.nlru| ••rbaraa* HOUM MMMSlonr B.iaal,. 1 badioomC an.1 all niiial onVaa Oaraaa ar.d aatvvr ti i foo.ii and all iryicaa LB<. 1|M1 %  ill an a r r. appoinl-rat.l urn phonr M R.-!i %  n OH .. %  *! I HVMIU VAfXMAU, 11 h p Ealoon In paod i.rti> Uaiaac Ulal 4*11 m ti a.. Thr fo|loain K can M %  %  < lUHa Dodsr Cuaiom tdan nvr .aboolulrlj A-1 3 no M. IM.II. II hp l.MO OD lPt tOB tO. !**-*! Hlllmaii I OH pj-IlrularH. ..., aalr .nil' b) OTT1 F < ATfMHn A (M IB 0 51 ED rnopiatTYair .ialai al M> I ord %  I 9FAIX io ln<-< %  rav bcH-M Ml st J i, U ii,a laaal App EI.KCTRKAI. PKNM1.XAI II tl i "I. Vfj l.tllr liaiaav 1(1 ItlK.IKArilH THr pi ,blair I., -i .i BWtaal iiMn i.. ma -ii' Owand'HMi I.. ..la Bralhwaitr. irr Taylofi a. I 4> imt hold ..* w-H rnp.nt.bi. ( "> hniband Unrri IVY !>AMH %  li Villaar a* 1 ^ Mi. RNHI8 Ml KI'llV Mil -l I ENGINE arc invited for the ilrh.is d mil W .ntill'd l laajlilrr Ihr aaiWa "flrr on* monll. rroti iha *" a| •>' AHI.I IMI. ununw i Hull in thr maanllmr sit* %  alkait u mo *\ m> •"... %  of €>ppo.iti.ii. ol ..th rrairtralion. Tna irodo maib can ba icrn 0,1 appliraltoit .,1 au ol* Ikplrd 1111. 341 h day of Au|u. 1K1 H WIldJAUs "r,i.t' li .f Ti-dr Harfea 1 si—a TAKE NOTICE J>RINCE ALBERT Tka undrrwitnrd will oflar Io* talc pubUr rompaUllon al thatr OAVt. No II Hi.'i si.rri. Bridarioam. on FT id.* %  Ihr 14lh dai of Srplrmbaf. 1BS.I -I ] ; pi.i Thr lwo-. %  IkM bVM .t-1,1. and Ihnrto l-rl..i...I, M lmraHuramrm .4U | •Ui.iill or 1 hrrrabo.it>.. niuala al loih Axr.ior BrllrA'lilr. l. bftcharl loala-tl.^n b ..|.paii.ln,r..l will. U ( L I r.ipi.ii IUI Avannr. Dial 17.N Plal fi.rihrr partlcuUr. and ronditian ..f Mir. apply to CITTI.E CATFlIRn A CO It I r,i N K n I i.ciit datpaUh 1 1.-. .n.i biaawm %  aioraiai lad < All SON ( %  „ rniiii MI 111 is Tan rasii par oaMiia llaa oa 1. • % %  J.-. aad (J caala v*t aaxila I.*, ua Su*4uyi r>ilnla>i.m ,ha-,, ||lo on L.H-*,,. aad II SO oa fniaaiil GEBMAftn K\(K IN WOULD MAHKKTS a> I rent 1-.1,. 1 the Untied %  • %  I %  ranch NaOajonjI h.-utute for Stall* It* and Economli Dude*. They showed Uu Wwtem G r-'paiiy had taken advantage of n wr to steal a march %  n hrr competitor*, prr-occupied with their own rc-armaperv problem* UK Export* Up 7% Sii\mming ISIHIY Rttognixvs W'./GOVERNMENT NOTICE %  nir. ART1CI E or the the brginnuig Korean war. increased *nlv 7', .,',,1 -rn Gem . %  ,-,. n Wl Qajra .1 | bj already BriUng twie the amount .t MmlCBl pradUcti to Western nropc i i;ie..t Brnab ill the ti |t| markets. German lag only ll'i behind thoae of Great UHj hei riu'UI .m,| %  inUaha-J r>odi exportt %  onb t3' lie hind. riie Frwuli noori >.ii One Ut Acra apol af land at M.m-rli l> buildins nip wnh To ft lionlaav id ISO ft dapth at Maawall reaaonablr nrr par *q fi Contact II A 11 ..... Ounaon Rark,ky or Phon* Bin; laant to Dm. aall. „r build MIM an MI-XIIAMCAL Ladtr. and ihrn-iprrd Df:.-r. C.,n1 will nffrr for aala by Public ComMUUon -t .. oflka VUTORU BTIirj-1 on l-HIQAV Il AdaToal at I p m W, •i fl land with thr dw.-llinat bouaa -allrd KAItl.Vil.lK~—— ". i-oiilainlna cloaad fallrr' dimnit room, brdroom do r.-jms uprtalr.. WC and balli rlr.t.i lighi ani waiar. inu for taa 00 or month For coodiUona of aala appu t K AHC1IEK M.KEN7.IF .'.I'. Auctions. drawina NOTICE IN Ml illiv OIVBN tbaj i laland i OI.YMPIA Portable lhe World Tvpr Wiitcr. MISCELLANEOUS Tha ondciaianad -III afhra BH aalt by public coanprtltMM al than onVr I .'mm Slnj.t BndfrtoH... on Friday Mtl A.iai.it INI at I p -n tha undar> n.en. onad Ulara* TE1V HO. MHA'tla) n_\NTATUiN1 IMtTFIi O t W CI.ARKF A OS f New. prica Kni|hU t Id IJ si— T r N i ill LH ItKUKHU :.•ahipnianl. all it!"* Rrtrttrcornbi. Tdolh I.Tiialira. Drntal Plalr uru-hri. Complaxlon Bniihai. Bath Bruahr*. Comb Clcanara. Mam. .rr Oauihc*. Powdal Bruihaa, Floor Scrubi. Fibre Bowl Hn.hr. and many other. II P (-HEERMAN A CO LTD Middle Birrf. Diitrlbutoii Dial 1311 is %  11 -Tn AUCTION PY inftructloni n Wrdnridav nr*t Slri ^aptTnb*. Ha iton • a noau one t 10 x lb and at i aaid baioninnf io l^ %  cilia Albariine Cartar. DABCV Govrnmii I II-In %  la Iha I %  tnboaUlna LM HM .*. Incraaaa lb* uUi> of tlur Inaiaj.tor of Huhwaw of Ihr .-..I Pa l a lum not eictgdlne *K* ,... annum .nid ib. Incieaae lb.ii..rlhi. ut day .•! April, ivti Uatrd Ihta am da.v of *u„.l l CARHLN<;roN HEAl V Solicitors foi thr Ciimii.nahcri. < ll.ah^an lor thParian ol (it .in.in WCOnO 111,. RDtrl ttiilmle (ii i in.i .. in .iliiina xpint auccCM primarily Io h bility. -to produM better goodi l price lowei ihan tho> of hai .mpel i.'i I ne thing, they point imt that German wanes, prices, and intern*) pi^ucUon coats, have relatlvt I. labli nCa Wt| lit n t ;*-1 n i HI i x • luirvncv was I nformitl in 1948. C!reai Britain, i France and moat other Writ European ciuinlrie-. on the t.rhei li.iuii. have lieen nlaarogd l>v uitLilUOD and mualant higher wage demands by organised labour. %  Wi tern German trade with ihc Soviet ntint. however, bM never recoveu'ii Ha pre-war vol. i, me Before i3i*. it constituted s.,r.i c;.-...^. .i (hi) i(J\ of QtrmaVay's loid nun IrodC Today it \ f only about I %  vr %  |ai % %  !-. I tandidatr to aaau n September P II TAIllt.TO.*. PAIN AS PRO v ordi ASPRO Uva ASPRo UJhl out when you take .teak louder thai irllon I* aafo -nd rfr..lievn (lar bar ha—Head Iha limb, and |olnU iin-'i I--I ineri. only ona IS S.l-lln TAKE NOTICE TEX-SHRUNK rARI-H i.l SAINT MM NOTICE TK.Mlt.HS i, n MBled eiiv-lopeliutfkr.l -Trndar lor St Mallhew*' Chapel KQQI will b* nraivad b the undrrl|nad up io II o'clock noon on Friday. Ausuii no IMI for repair* Io the SI Maltraaw. l tiapel Hoof In accordance with a ape. %  f'callon which can be accii on apptieau w Id thi. Offlca Tha Churchwarden doaa nol bind hUi. %  all Io accept the lownl or any baode' and the potion or Finn whoae lend.-; Ill bo requlied t TIIHFF Tube* Du ( Dowd Wm Motor Cir lyri unlop WO 10 Foaarty Lad I .1 bj 1-In I'KIJVIRM I.INEN lleav, .Iron* a :i M per ard %  parlaJ R-durtlo.1 I.. Wholearllm KII'."AI^NI. 11 Swjn St 3ae.Sl-ln. TAKE NOTICE I imilr. of 1.1.1 %  %  bJontranl. Canadi On of a Jrad • if Kra-i*tr: in irapa fabric*, and will br th* aame jftcr on 3G4I1 da. or Au|uil in duplicate Io m* oppooilHNi of auch trade mark can br .' i, | ". i IMilad Ihi* 34th dl *l I* 110 Vk-Ui :..(,..,It Utl.l being mamfcer* • Vralryi *lalln| I Icipt M.reivai|. fi '..in..; i of Iha > Churchwarden'* OfRci Parochial Builduik BridCrloarn Mnh,il Thai R J PEYNOtJW TOBACCO COMPANY, a rorporallon oriianiiad -nd rmillng under thr lawa or thr Stale ol Nee irnmr. t'-nted sutc. ..f Am*w wl,iaa trade or bupiriaaa addrea* U Main and Fourth Slrr-1*. WlnatonCarollna. Unitrd Rtalea ol Amrn. >. M .i.tlaiturrra. ha applied lor Ih* re* ml rat Mm ol a trade mark In I'arl "A i.f Hrdi.tri in iriprct ol tobacco ..f all kind* -nd fnr -It purpoar. oiarrlta.. cigarv imohinB lobacco. tobacco product*, aaaaj rea*sM ,.., will after • •hall in the i rot.re in duplicate u( oupo*itlon of mc trade .nark can ba I of Auua. lid WU.I.1AMS i r t...* %  M\G1' map OIL ...i.luur (II..ial my olBcr r.-SIlraUon .' f Ausud. IHI %  n I HMs. .-I Tl kse Marka TAKE NOTICE VICTORY II... Pet. Knsland .tjipl.rd for Ih* registration of a Hade i .. i" In Part "A" of Rrlri irappct o( dnlla beingpiece good* wholly or mainly of cotton, and will j br entitled to regtater th* aame aftei I i no month from the nth day ol Aural 1 1661. unieea aom* poraon ahall tn the 1 mrantim* gtva ao U SO m dua4 aaa Th< %  apHeall %  a* i %  -, ., %  UI1J 1AMS That BOOKKEI DRUG CO LTD. whoae trada or bu*lno *ddr**a il^ Panllenc*. DOmarara. nritih Oulaiia. hi.. .ppltrd lor thr rcgulrntion Of a tradr I. ark In Pint A of Rcili.ter in tripert ol pharmaceutical preparaiK.n' iiruj ,1.. ...id .111 b t enllUed to leaMBT Iha aame ,,fiar ona n-.nth from Utt |llh day of Auguil IKI unl*>. ...ma prraon ahall notle* In duplicate oppo.ltn.fi of auch ia at my office of irallon Tha trad* implication al my TAKE NOTICE PERMUTIl That Iha PERMI.'TIT COMPANY 1 IMI I TBD. a Billlih Coaaainy, Maiu,fact..r-i. -ha* (rada or buslnraa addreaa I* P*i1 i HUH Houae. Oonnaribury Avrn.ie la>ndrin, W 4. England, ha* applied f,.r th. regwtratlon of a trade mark In P.nl I A" ol Reatater In leaped o* pla.,1. land i-i.l-Hat Ion* Io* uae In pulif>in*. i, Itching, (upplytng and [valor: and filter., praparatloni lor aofl. i mng and purII .-mg water. and ion .* changa materiaU bring chemKal piodueU lor uar In Ihe Ire.1 ..I liquid., and will b* nitttled Ieglata. tha aame aRrr 0M Ihc XUi rfa> ol ALI.I.1 1S9I nn ..an. peraon -hall In Iha mrantim* I duplicate in ma al n,' ofn.. <-|,poaltioii of BUch rrglilralloii The li %  nark can be aern an applhallo,, al Dated Ihia lath di of AugUlt 1041 || WIIXIAMS ol Tiada M. I of Aufual 1011 II WIIXIAMS of Tradr Mar.TAKE NOTICE OIIIIM Al MfrVK.MH*. l.llu. !••.. Jefl. \nt..iii>Ivory. Silk. Fir.. Pa. Klf. TaWfrS Pr. Hm. llrj SI n.il IIM. < '/.WeW/r-eVAVW.'/.' AMe-Nlion! EDUCATION DEPT. ritINC IFALS OF t'OLLEGES'St HOOLS ALL MANAGERS r-nal* Graduated Vanaauelan o.,i Taeehe. iNormaliNa-four I Taacher. Training Coileg*' i empioymani Io leach Spanlah •nil age. and •ehoot* and/or -jting interpreting lor roan Write to Grace M a iiThaTlfT WF.lA~ll ORAPB jfir* roHTANV a corporation nrganLred ,< %  of tha Stele of New Yorb. Ui t-.i autaa ol AmetVa, ehna* Irad* or buan-.e H addrei* iWralfWId Chauta.,qua S*a Y,-k C .'ed State* ol America haa apptird for tha rrgidiation Of a trade mar a la Part A ef RWhall I' reaped of grape Juice a naii-aarahollc and non-aerated beverage, and will e* %  egHler the *an. after on. month from the 10th day of Auguit 1*11 unlr.1 Mmr paraon .hall In th* noaniCg gr' leUgg m duaucate t" "^ a' ir. omc* "f "ppontion of luah r.gi* 11..linn Thr tiadr • rtfUcatlon al my oHIrr Dated thi* lath day nl A-.M W.laUAMS. RafliMiai al Tied* Mara* St %  Jl-3n TAKE NOTICE SINGER T' .i sisnER MOTORS I.IMITIlt .. HutMh Company. Man.ilarturar*. who** r.da or hualnea. ,ddn.|g C-nlerbnr. Btraat, C' rmry ,r. .. k> irr England. na* applied lor in* rrglatration ol a trade niarb tn Part "A of Rrguter in reapaa' aivrt part* thereof and will br • ntilaro io rguir the ua. after ona inonlh from tha SSIh da. al Augi.t 1011 imtea* game par %  on ahall in U-e mrantim* gve nonce in d iphrate in m* at mv aatoa al uppofinon oi guek igiaUa*api, Th* trade mark can be -*• % %  on appia ion It my office D.itrd thi* lath day of Auguat IMI II W1I.I.IAM nf Trade M.in Loss Sugar For U. K. MJI nu lar I nn-. Maurice Webb Orders LONDON. AiiKi'it 22. SugBi .ilhKatiffi' :.i Brltili re to be rediii ed iis part „( the IK ti .• nn i t' jplan to mrtall the dollai bnj *U piogiMmnie J watt announced b> j Mr. Maurice Webb, the K Ol (Minister. Fit it priority on iiigur ].-1 pplicv will tie a,iven to the house,hold ration, which will iein.nn Bj IlOoz. per week, but rao % %  j also have their sugar supplies n.' "The Mim-ler regreta these paductinns. which halve been made v only by the country*! *horlane of dollars," *a.v* the Bfinounl ement. "immediately the balance ol poaytnanta pennlta, he supply ol -niKar to munufacturert AIII l>e increa s ed The onnininc ement has beet reel ivi-d intli IUI pi li %  and dismay ii. the British f"ti industry. Lora Lvie ptwaMenl of Tata and L>la commented, "It is a eiirioua MilOJ Hall I!.; !, to I dollars, yet at the same Inn pat • 11 ifneaj wnii Cuba '" igaiwith dollars. "If we had adopted a proper policy of getting more Cm] sugar wc would not havi I i : %  position of hnving to rely dollars for rniaair, I cannot say how this will affect our (Hltp we do not yet know wharl he : ...lui tdOD will be." Mr L. G. Harris, aft l ihe i A tall of f.rrai llrilain. aaU I' 1 Baa leioeni Is a complete aurpi ! %  and : I inelplo maint.i. since rationing began, v.!...:. || that the allowance to • Hi %  tAJ establishments has been In proportion to the dome..tic ration %  .If U.N. Ready To Continue a> Fnw Paie 1 sume the ceasefire talks, inteirupted a week ago by the Comii iti but flatly refused to hold -lit new investigation. Mireply was to ihe broadca.ii Handed •van b) a liaisim mllcer to Ihe Communists, it said that any newInvestigation "could serve no other purpose than to continue this unjustifiable delay m Ihe armistice ncKottations." The statement issued bj hit Ul'iirnatinii Oltlce said, sin..thi time of tin ieport nf Uus allefgad Incidenl .nut initial mveatlantwi by the United Nations Command liaison officers (who declare.| the Miciileiit to be B %  'frameuii*'! the Communists have had more than %  mpk time to improve u|Mi then f-tjijcittic of the scene at Kaaaong.* 1 — I'.P. International Bwln 18 new world n.. rueia. Boliv I.I. Hi ua K nesta. the West Iitdlee, and | Germany a* member* After I three-tlay meeting, tl swimming authorities al*i n tl "-E—*e*nexl viewed facihtiet. and plans for the Olympic meet here next >. Aftei tome discussion. East Qer%  %  many waa acceajted by the organlzation and can participate in the intemalional meet along with Waal Germany and other member national •—I*. P. Alli %  ll.i/rtt. prices of Betl-t.'oriuU aie I PR1CI (not mote than) of 44a 12 RtTAIL PftlCE (init more than) .120 04 pair case %  (6 02 per 12x12 2th Annual. IHM TAKE NOTICE HARBOUR LOG In Carli.le Bay Vachl Mar.alie.e M v n.fi.,K.i s. t l->d, Adina S Brh FianhUn D R Bah I'tina S M V Q Ha M _-..l.ia. S.h Iiimi. AIIIIIV A1S aTaAoune* Mar.a Henri rt. Cap! Helb. h-ea* si DOrtac Sch Fi. ihla Srh MS.I. Ko-ai.n. M V Thai apt Haaaell fni uliive U I % %  •mekan •-.boon.. Man I Bella WaMr 14 ton duplna SEA WELL l'-.l \ i and u ,u a* anUUb | aaaatealnwi Wplic-IKM, al %  ". ..It.. Fr... I.UC1A Mel Ma* rr *• af. Hallain Hi. nrl Guiana. It. Lewi I*'• %  n...u %  *> Adam. Or,,,, ••ah. henr Ma.-.al. I* Ea-trr Hare 11 E. Fi-a. OlbNABA — Hh-hard Rldlar Waltei Degalr Km uan.it. Vivian William. Mar| William.. Edmund Charlwuor. M. Mailinaao. Jacob Tatlt Elvira St t-r.1 I',,11. U.|ai..r %  ram 1RINIDAD— M Thaanaa. J lalng. C lleibr.l Shinnn A M.K.re II Ai.li. SHIPPING NOTICES Wllaon I U.i Macbia. Hurt Howard 1 ll.aaiey ^..i.nel H Bo-.IU,.,.l W Bonn. 1 I RMS J Chalk*. A Diepaul Dr*Ml, and J Bh 1*1 liam SI VINIITNT— md Man-ill Thelnta Tnn \ John rrVas %  irtari -i i i i i \ •th* bni.iariurl Doie< i Udaoii B.-.ihi.n. Uvdfigd Jam*. Baea-i, • n.. ,.i..I Williama. Mane 1> b> Anna i M St Kill. N* KONTRalAI At *tHAf.tn. NEW nAI-ANn UM llaSITII' tbS.AJK.F I s s p. HIT t vnn > .rt June Mtn. It-rwen ftlta M-ckav July SOU. B. i-bane J>.1> •lydiir, Auguit 4ih Mclboui..* 'ih llll ti t ... Th* M V DArRWOOD will ae| ...... ,.,. I;, ,1 .. .. ... %  t !.• be .1. .lined '.'' S Ihia lied -id n W : Cunamner* Trl No 4M7 i.mbrr as I l addition raarl haa ;impla apace Io* I hard froaa.1 cargo Ca.g<. .. bat ani o 1 ,-lmg hN lr.inahip.ne.,I t T.iT.ali.l li BrtUUt Guiana. Leewjld and W.nrt.ar.l .ntlled for i applv B€WU... A DVERT1SF." "t i O'I HABBAIMIII W I lar BI IIM IS I I M„i Man. Charlra laiwu Wrl..tr, a liaEMADA — Clark Jrmiin* J, t K*l> Loulic Si hVn.nt. Hugh Brail wall*. CynUna Fl.'. t • I IIand Jean Ferguson la. taiNIBAB— Ma-jone Ma>*l. Man. Da. ,. BkBMrl Alr.li. Jean Barae,. Htrgalll Uaibn Ilrr>ii4 Buaer. Juaanna Buarr. Anton %  A ....l.. CarMlma Morale*. Ivan M..i.|. M %  afcra l aa. Elli. Hangel. Tun.. rtanael Au Cata.lo. Rafael Frinando. Nina Fenumdea. Fern-mlrPeier. Rn part Cheek*.. Mary Cheek*.. Clara Fei nandri. Gen Clune. Dl N I N Dr Wendell lle.nl. I NEW YOr.K SEHVKTI NEW I BLEANIt POUKg IiFJiNADOTTr IU Ird Au s AICOA PURITAN *aii> 10th Au |u*l l aTBAMBW *am lth Aug,i*t airlv*. Bd SER\ It r i it %  n i Prd AaakeSl |al arrival B do. I'm Auau.l. ISSI l.l.h Saplrmbrr 1011 V...I ... 1.1 IICANADIAN HflVKl .. n.d.i lama* Clarke, It., u VMpier. hlurial Vlapir. Krniyntiude Uomar* gna Gomai. Manrtanaapn, Bn* Hba onua v in Van Baaltr bUyi I'.nlt.altr. Don.a Van Raalle Di II. HI Van Rar.ll*. Dtrh Van Raallr, J..MM-.i.h, Jnao Mai.li. John M.i.li. la, M..nh. DeiuiU Maul. In,,, II. **, l. Il.iold Wat..),. Margaret Walaon John tluddaid. Beatrice Suvpal SIM Merle ( alendki. lar VbaVSAI bl.A — Iran* lllggln.. leaurge lllggiuM" h,, Migiftn. Hairy Iflggl,,. Co.lo. .tanabil.i J. .... Sai.brla. Margaret Ma lab* %  grr. J,MbaBliaW. Htcha'd bk Curdy. Grag-.i McCutdy. Rulait M.Cui.l. I .„.i. McCurdy, Harriet MrCutd. Hi..,. MrCurd). Riga Slnbln. Mane Sli.bln Mb Hah Slnklna Bill ISBtll Mil Naaee af Okip -> s "AtXOA PAJITNEB. 1 S AtA'OA PU.ORIM S S AlA-OA PBOABUS i Halifai Aril.ei Barb* t* Augi.il HO, A,au.i mil | H hi Auguit lOl'i September Haptamber > ROBERT TIIOM LTII. — N^VV VtlRK ANIl GULP SERVICE APP1*Y:-DA COSTA A t>, LTI>— CANADIAN SERVICE \i\rv For Jui.iuiru MAIL NOTICt MAII*H for Mai t i iU.I KmtM %  • inl iiMIUI. I < • %  il IM.I i irlli Parcel Mall at Augii'l Mrgl.let I OUl 'i" CerreSI "I'.'I GEORGETOWN, Augmt 29. The B.0 Rice Marketl! pacial rneeitni today i Mil to supply Ihe ..., nut), ui with 2.000 tons .>( ice In four ahlpmenls of MM) tons onthly beginning from .et.icmber. The E.G. Gov.uii. racotvad s gbla from Jamaica on Munduy king for 'inIwVpUea of l.OOC i n.i but Hie supplies i.n hand makv' tu i iinpoaaible t fulfil the ordei • • s* Mr H P. Bayley the DoarJ, .l.iuager said the shipmenb. would Kit (ifTeit Ihe local requiremenis I • %  • % %  nd (onti.,, i' thai w Oiregnev t'oi.po),. D M pr ISO. pr POS1 OFFICE NOTICE INCREASED RATES OF POSTAGE ON PARCELS With effect from Ht September. 1951 the rales of postage on parcels Drafted I..: %  i.h. gd Io QH UnltarJ Kittgdom ami to countries to which panelam transmitted through Ihe United Kingdom will ba To I'-iiii"! K.i -pi...-. not cxccexiine 3 pouruls In weight— ~2< Over 3 jwiund-. Blld not x.eediiiK 7 pounds In weight 11 0B Over 7 pound* and not exceeding II pounds in weightI 44 Over II pounds and not excelling 22 pounds In weight-2 10 To Counln.-i em [/rdaed Kingdnm — Add the following amounts to the postage from the United KiiiKdorn tO destination: — OOt exceedum 3 pounds In weight—3H nt %  Ovei a pounds and not exceeding 7 pounds in weight—14 cents Over 7 pounds and nol exceeding II pounds In weight *1 "* Over II pounds and not exceeding 22 pounds In weight 1 20 R A CLARKE, Aitinn Colonial Postmaster 30 • 51 -2n UI WOULD HKi.coMi; run OPPOKTUNITV TO UMVOI K OaaDattU WOB H tuti WBAB • ME mmd TI.XTX TUti auvrmAL Cnnier l Broad A i tii'oim M ludor Mii< i A >l IIIIA I I'rosiMil. oNo .lm'* Large 2-storev Bton. i ..I i: trucllon. lorted a H I oa A h ,w of r il rnnlarjH rteai tla I %  % %  t living roorm on the uppei riooi ,,. ,„,.i M. .,, |n oui ,,,.,! on thi proper!] wool I bt emil fnlii Mil 1111,1 I Ho figure required JOHN hi. BI iUOS 4V Co. A.F.S.. F.V.A. Hr*l la*M A.cnU. Au, ,l.,i.rrrv & Hulldint Sur.r.nr. nn HUM rin nn HI I'll Mi". %  I,r Kill ,.,.i.ul.on, ll.i.i.l..., c. A. SmUft THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY %  Ttll me what you llkr. and II, ,#,! yoii u'har yoM ore." 11*1,1 Ufea Kood food Vou win iik.. r.j. r.. w OTIC: E OCR ( ISTO.MKRS ARK ASKED TO MOTS THAT OCR WORKSHOP AND SKRV1C1NC. DEPARTMENTS WILL BE CLOSED FROM MONDAY. 3RD. SEPTEMBER AND Wll.l. RE-OPEN AOAIN ON MONDAY. 17TH SEPTEMBER. l*:.l SO AS Tl) I Vllll.K OCR Fl PSIINNI 1. TO HAVE THEIR ANNUAL LEAVE. OCR OASOL1NE. SPRAYPAINT1NC. PAST" AND ACCESSORIES DEPARTMENTS WILL BE OfEN POK BI'MNESS AS L'SUAL IMS) WHITE PARK ROAD I.AIIAt.F — DIAL 4616 IIY TYBES DUNLOP GET VOUK KEQUIHtMKN IS TO-DAY tOM SfOGK IB \WffH C S .. IW 4-0 |*l X II .• %  a a in % B is. a i. .,u. a U .... % ia Ill % n .... s II Ml a u HI H ;-.:. a t u Bi % II III a IC III I il |M a n -,:.. a y |M .... K a B 11 .. TRUCKS .. X — TW 21 3. 1 — 15. ?• TRACTOR 7.W x IX .. %  x I. llll > .• Ml MOTOR CYCLE. 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ESTABLISHED 1895 TM'RSDAY. At'Cl'ST PHU^^ ElVE CENT RIDGWAY REJECTS RED DEMAND ^'"^"ff" World Markets U.N. Ready to Continue p Armistice Peace Talks TOKYO, August 29. rna United Nations made a double btrrelleo offer today to continue the Kaesi talks, and listening posts throughout the Far East tuned to the Communist Radio for the Red reaction General Matthew Ridgway at 9.00 a.m. made a mild three paragraph s'p.tenient turning down the Com munist "demands", but said: "When you are pre pared to terminate the suspension of the armistice negotiations, I will direct my representatives to meet with yours." Reds Ordered To Infiltrate t // Organ isa I it no* iU K\KI. 1 III M.I-It LONDON A The Kremlin hi l %  maki an %  %  i., \nu II ibi n %  •• %  %  organlsattnni In the i.. %  of thi I %  ufa m Ion i % % %  •-! i a %  ill Tltofsb a the F %  % %  %  i .i ttp I l.i • %  .;.. | %  tic eo intrtta .-i • ind bo ,-, ri ... w, % %  ri .i %  nal which 1 %  rot. It i IrculstOd flVM N I the I 'i Ihc Kremlin the pre%  inflitni too, orinn* parUa must reinforce ihon bonds with >luta rtruggti I In tin rank— I' r. At 6 00 | %  P Information Ofllee 1 mont which, ilthoufth m lv worded thUI In* U oomnDint lion, also Mid; "The r %  i %  %  Tintuo United NU 10 gel o ina i %  Inct the • t roks orl the I U Then in how; PI Rldfway'i re-,. mild in tone Secondly, both DIMSU with an i the negi nations. Reaction From Radio pripint ->r ltuclio Pyongyanj erly to CM whether it.' nlatfl too would temper thefi language in an effort to roa unw the %  i and elaborated Comnmin about Aiiu'ii warplanea bombing tht K—om truce eity which Otneral Matthew Ridgway has re fused to time. The Allied Supreme (' • %  aid thai lie iv.i' .i • On paxe 7 Eva Peron Going Into Politics BUSN08 AIRES, Aug. 29. Tba I'eronisla Party announced that the Presidential ticket i'i run -Eva Peron" acquire? official and legal stalus as from Wednesday. The announcement was made hv Deputy. JoaaamOlo f the Party's ParUanv 11 told newapapsiman iiiat the party all district %  %  Judges thai Peron Is its Presidei Ual candldata and Ev.i Peron. the Yire-I'residentiai candidate^ Admiral Albert denied V*< ni to news%  i with electoral ludgei r.i*. H0M Arrests In Lebanon REIRUT. AugU Bombing demonstrations, and attem) of ihc Praai have iiMu Interfere with the demonstration In the hope of avoiding Moon>.->age. —r r. ]\o Illicit Slaughter Says .11. ft/: 1 %  %  111 and tcr II H '.'. %  %  %  1 %  I %  Mr. 1 %  %  n d illiiiiiv %  %  %  %  • %  out but Uu 1 ast m 1 ttan 1"— r.i*. IIIMHIV Uiisincss In U.K.. I'ruiiec Seared By JOSEPH W ORIQO FRANKFURT, August 29. I > UFEATEU Germany is storming back into the world's export markets again today in a major trade drive that shocked and scared business in I Britain, France and her other European compel II for the first time sine World War II, Western Germany is challenging her old pre war trade rivals in the markets from -vhich German goods had lly disappeared since 1945. %  run A l'ARTY of four chief* who ro I !.,.,. don 111 Iholr putnroMiiie robe* a N'*oro. C -inim Bin-in .1 h iclili i. ilof Hi. I rwo Killed In Crash!;;,' ARIZONA, August 2V i troof' • ml Yves Vellere • Bad 00 Ol the plane which crashed during landing % %  Both man %  %  i Coael Guard Cutter Removes \fail Seaman v ) %  W %  i %  1 ,1 and romo\ nan mm Iho 68-foi %  Baalknaaaaie, Upper, the M I) thai iny hours, trying to keap out ol -iKiit. wblh I and ran bout the From 200 miles aoutl N.'W Oriaans. ha bad radioed I le attampthaj to talta The niw'JK' 1 was picKe, relayed to 1 PaiBhisa. arvi the %  1 %  Baattrwaalant't %  1. %  V T. ARTIES HEADLINE Pakistan w ill Sign Jap Peaee Treat} KARACHI %  said on v,1 %  1 Ho daclato I known ui l*rc-.s inten 1 1 I'ukislnn delenallnn at I T me Pakistan iras Hoal draft tn I ; w, 1 that out ofi .... -f.p. I DISABLED SHIP TOWED INTO HARBOUR BERt T\ 1 Coulajarvcs '-t ,; UM wt towed it n by I'nrt T.\MIVIIIIM( (] net) .Ft • .;.rift ofl tt ioutheoal coa il ol thi Sim For S.E. Asia i WASH 1 %  i W 1 %  [ncfday that it had allocated I 111.7o.ooo <,f nev I 1 inic SH63.0O0 foi %  a bide-Chlna gel I and Th;i the fundi -A ill on minina %  1 the < ind eler'c( 1 ,ti %  pparatui I'.f U.N. Planes Pound Supply Lines In Dawn Attack Fighters Clash Over Manchuria 11 lionlcr 1 %  1 %  %  1 %  %  %  Export* Rhe W( I il Advocate Jamaica Relief Fund ANOTHER 11,000 rams Into • %  e. • rdsy imi iy *wa d^nitii'. k The hmd 1now Hve dsyn old, and tlio ioll 1m* rracbad the s;i.ooo mark. GIVE YOUR DONATION TO DAY. Thrr.. ased 101 prompl help in this m.*tor. Do 111H delay BiniK or -.end yoin donatloj to day. Every delay Increaseihe hardship* of Uie %  title rent. Hand il uiU oil* ol Oi* OJH banRs or to the office of fhte newapaper \d.,.ii 1 id 1 1 no I %  H ". DM %  1 Hn 1 Mr Hti II N I .H.,1,.M hl-> ol • •. 1 iHTHAP . A iilroads in 1 dguj 11 until da k on Wi dnesda; nkU the Comm mi l : I I I I h I'l II Uvt 1 %  it 43 pi ice %  %  in the sat ol Korea %  %  flghtei N : 1 %  t'.l* U.S. Not Ready [01 ovr 24 noun With I disabled engine An S.O.S from the Bhlp '' ri.ni crotl ird CsoaberBSOM to ; %  %  • 1. Tuwnslirnd tl I %  %  Grena ( out ... yThe Lord Casabomafe 1 ; %  • t% Parl fan %  I 1 : t two 1 ,, d niberwarn %  %  ri 1 irvsl and (•ulear r Par* T 1 %  ad I % % %  • m. 1 WASHINi %  %  '. 'v 1 %  WexliK I : t'. 1 the Japai I" I l!iM illV. 'Ill 1 r.koi! Plusttia LCTJL n" wit 1 R %  N ... for U %  %  %  %  %  %  -. K ib m %  I Bi Mhdsapi 1 ., %  %  # (hi P 4 E e ^ %  lii India rH 1 %  lb 1 HI tti %  %  %  1 %  1 ....1. 1 Dalli either ol two %  %  . %  %  '• %  the treaty or il %  I former st %  %  %  %  %  1 P. Shah, <.rnf the AnaioAakad about 1 Ignlng • i'l'.it.treat] .th Japan, he %  • %  ,. %  %  . i .. com mt thiv maanl lhad ajOn separate 1 treaty honhi inlaai favourable nid added thai am such aeparate treat} muai confocm to %  I .ii pravii Ion til the Ti 1 %  I if Ban Prand (najo-Amerlcaa driifl %  \f\ the niggaallnri b) ..I, %  %  i ndanl Eh it the %  :i being too hast) in push ii*: through the ignatura at the Japanese Peace %  .r m> nth, In %  %  || would bs eral for* the united Btatai Ud ratlry the \f.,i'. and it mli. tune HiUil not think the United Stab ut was following poUcs t'.P Phe ffirm KtixlMile PENNSYLVANIA. Aug. 29. -• %  • %  Papps laai oed %  for ei "i %  soWlst 0 dig ini'i a ..1 problan 'ie 2.S0-|n It l Pap) %  In a f..vhole duK b) %  mm '1 mallei nan 1* took lha %  I efl ets ••( 12 l-iiii In fn • II' Acheson Warns Czechs Virainsl Trade Relations .. %  1 ; %  %  I %  %  I dia Semis Kt|>l\ To U.S. Q0 Jap Treat} Dl 1 ::i '. 1 %  %  %  I .. 1 mi %  1 Whll ; 1 GOOD OUTLOOK FOHTATE&LYLE %  %  %  %  1 in..,1.1.1 nates %  than %  %  .1 % %  eai 1 I %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  .. 1 in UM lal 1 Insaa pouiu %  %  %  %  %  1 %  1 %  %  %  1 %  n 1 r Oatis Musi Be Freed Or Itan W ill Kr hii|>os< k (l WASHINGTON, Augual 20 n ha < Kprggajy laid trit lie will iglovakig thai I United tab tCongn i w inti the I .' %  o c 'unti lea until Pragug the Am %  I latii Acheaon will per lo Itie new C'/tvh Ainbassui idimlr l'i> %  h ilka, who makaa hli Aral buali : .I.. 1 \: sclbied In say a ui tuall) will i %  \o More Suhsuties -,' %  Hnlain and Prai %  | ..... .. PORT-OP-8PAIN. Au 27. sin Tl Hoi A. R. W Robcrtso ) .,!..., %  • Is til Ach Kited I %  %  thi %  %  %  rf veloplng i providing i., Iti •ll.ik. UlPeopleg" SAYS SOVIET %  %  %  irtber $I.500.O. met % %  | %  %  Ual Pta ideal Tnnn.ni on : %  %  %  ii ..it frori II,' | %  n tell i'i... i. % %  %  %  %  by th*C %  %  i. .1 Bl b ii. Blackmarkefl Curreoey COPENHAGEN, Aujrust 29. ports I %  panhagei %  %  %  warn allej-. k o( ih.' %  i %  %  was salt) to ba 1.000,000 kroner (obotr. %  ling uvyand %  r p.



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p IGE TWO i IIAKIIMHIS AIHIK Ml llll RSDAY, M • %  SI II IMI C*Vuh Calling I \SIKK\ I Oil II l\ lOMMIN v%%. Missionary Work A T PRESENT holnuvmg in Barv M %  the fUrliaJwtdvnratr. He La 'laying; wilh hi* B.B.C. Radio Programme Uiipallh II '<' N*. Al) ( I*— <-.-. I. 01 4 )• l> >< p m Cm |M( of th* W*fc S IS p M •MWrk. KoHUM k M p m I..1.1.V • I MrlotfY MiiMit. Illpm i. 43 p m Pro*-, It.' lUonal trorfe f"r hc Bi Adventist Mission in S' Hi i-ikr of :u'olhri 1'irmrr err.%  >< % %  Bj Tie Aa1**f*r. Mr. upr.-i Ion. who i* now riolnjr PV mselisiiand pastoral work in Si. Thomas : Ru 'II return? to St. Croix Special Preview A SmiM. PREVIEW of m< M.tro-fioldwyn-Mayer film. The Great raruso" w aa ihown %  1 'hi' Untie Theatre yesterday The film began shortly after one %  hfk and ended J' 3 p.m. Marm Ix.ruu M Caruso ings suea favourites as "Beeause". Ave Maria", "Alda" and many others The film opens tomorrow IkM Globe. Among those who attended the were. Mi* Olga Simfcfn. Brathwatte. Mr and Mm. Dan Blackett, Mrs. A. L Stuart. Miaa Juay Graham. Mr. Aubrey Douglas-Smith, Mr and Mrs. James Millington. Mr. Trevor Gala. Mr. A. Nyren. Mr. Phillip Brooks and hei sister Miss EGlover. M 1 !" 1. T '*" %  '*" '"l"" l II" Pakuton Day celabiallon. it iZZ TSUI'S V , d ;"„ " ""' '•" D "*" Kh *'" ••' %  •" "" „,"', i "„T. *"•'' HOKI.II.1. On III' niht i. Mr. R.hlr. wife of %  F.ikl.tan Euhaxny Official L E 8 H N. ASC'OUGII irM. Divisional Msngaaj I abli and Wlralees (W.I., Lw panled by Mr c j. v. Uwnm, Cable arm Wir ffineer andue t., I.INIII (mm St Vincent, this mornt. I afsM i few day Hall to thi Company*! Braneh in Kingstown Thi* is Mr. Ascough'ri first visit to one of (he out' taU area since he took up his appointment u DtvtolOBal Manajfer in succession to Mr. A. fj I.. Dough". Mr Ascouflb Will .i this JTU.I U Tobacco Specialiit M R A. A D r ManuCacturai SpeclaUst of Kentucky us A. arrived Iraoi rrlnklad yesteetlay io *\*wi about ,n DHUMdoa, At the airport to meet him was Mi Ma ret I %  Vertouil 'inBritish Amencan Tobacco (B'doa) Ud Mr, UpAald i i KUCSI at the HotoL Trinidad Lawyers \MB s B DIIWIHII IVl w w J. Alexander who are both BarrMcn .it Law in Trinidad came in on B.W.I.A.'s iliuM hnORi Trinidad .ifternoon. %  bout two weeks, Ihaj i' U liKii.imei t.uest Houaa, Worthing. A Month A MONG the pussengen arriving from Trl afternoon by HW.I.A I C Ofdhria who has tome over .. month's holldaj wM '•ids Major ami Mt. A de v Chaae -.i UM Oarrlaon Mi' Ogilvie's husband i-, wilh Trinidad la>asa>h(ild> Ltd. at ForiesI If. London Visitor M HS ItOHEKT TAYLOR of Nassau, wife of the Exchange Controller, called in at (he Bahama* Government B M Ofl la*t week. I'S.—She is no relation to the film star. Student Centre L ADY HTJOOtNt, wife "f %  tarmar t;.veiiin <.f Jamaica, hai expn^si-d hi-r willingness to assisl W.l.SII. lo r.nve funds toi UM i'ii(ri>cd Wet inch. in ana Bahamas Student Centre HI Lon* don. Lima And Caracas H. JIM BAHHEHA who Ml in Barbadoe a couple of weeks ago flew in from Trinidad %  %  in.1,1) by It W.I A. He Is on tlnee months' holiday. He ts a sugar technologist in Coming in by the same 'plane Mi O. A. McLean. Telephone Technician who lives in Caracal laying al Cryeted Waters t, ii -i House, the Stream. Printinf Difficulties T ffl new constitution commlsilon report for British Guiana if not now likely to be out until fin" end of September, according to the latest information available. The hold-up. it is understood, is due to dimcultics in getting the repol printed. America gives a fiather for your hat %  BBBBR "'^^Li'" 5S| 1 • i yM ^J! : ..\\.C.\ Knri.liii.nl %  UM %  %  take a k" net ball. :.: Association'* Headouartees. %  . uae v W (" v and in this > onnection %  I itilnirnt will be held al the heedquarters. at S O'clock thin evening. COMtNC EMPIRE StP T UllLMtRGENCY WEDDING PLAZA — OISTIN '"1 JHOOLA" ^ -HHKAI. OHAfctA ** •; S.. I.4M. ... %  t \ltlRBr,\N Tfll ATR.S I.Tll ANNIVERSARY WEEK! (IHmiKt INO FHIRAY list Lfa, 4.4S K.ia P.M. II .HI I IKI II II V KOK TWO" rot II. LIKE "LILLAIH OF BROADUAt LAJT Two ensOWl i<> DAI 4 45 a n in lil'at night Ellen went to the itrange dark house on ta* *irfr tin MM. loMi.kittm !30 Si B.30 AllUTll'411 lllM*llr.l llO.ltll,ulil -h.lr plinuf ll|*id ..f III T Party W BBT INDIAN Scouts returning from the world Jamborce in Austria were .onon %  rtalnad si -i '•> %  parta given by the Colonial Office last weak, Short Visit M ISS KATH1JCEN POGSOM arrived tram Trinidad yesterday by B.W.I.A.. on a short holiday. She is a guest at the Hotel. Arriving by the same plane wa< Mr J. A Gocllnlcht who Is staying at Cacrabank. Mr. Goellnicht i ,i lummisslon agent in Port-ofSpaln. Trinidad Holiday M RS. P. D. G1TTENS of % %  Mernville." Stream accom* panicd by her brother Mr. G. B. Sciilt of Searles Factory returned from Trinidad yesterday afterBOOn by B.W I.A.. where they I'n 1 IMH-II |.i-i..|ini: .i shun iioliday. Incidental Intelligenca W IFE. -How do you like this hat. dear? Husband.—Terrible! Wife.-1'm glad you feel that way about it. dear. Il'a my old one ~L.ES. laieraM '""• kai am i on iinhr.oi ingeeaeaw clijiprd rrren o-lrirh leslher IIHIIIIIL llir rrimn mil upntr -,i| •f |hc brun nl .hi.'iri "t nneurled wdrtcli nVttaicn in %  -''i ahada <>i Mm MI I as the aero al ik* BY THE WAY.... ******** I AQI'ATH' I'MJI CMNKMAtytmhm HIM,. it i .i :n *)' ..ii i 11,1 \ v ii i i iiM1TIR1 In ANN >IIKRIDAN. Vlt'TOK MATl'RI in 'STELLA"' Owaar/.rn rwier< T ill: measurer i put Into tone Miiiitl. when hve patrol boats converged within sight of the beach at Upton-., i A tall woman in what was obviously a blonde wig had boan reported by watokan on the coast (hi tinV.ROSSWORD ru liavins permitted 'im yum from the shore. The swimmer was SUSm cti'] o. tM iog I M lenttst or a Foreign Office ofllclal attempting to swim to France. 8he turned out to be the daughiei •>{ the l<'"> Stephen \xwurlhy. R.T. Shi admitted to wearing n wig. but when it was searched no secret papers were found. RapUclng the wig. she swam angrily hack to Ull beach. fly Ufof Pt>lo Men i \ i tin i ;0 Wan l I..HII i nuda pmti. .Si -. iSl %  i -.-.Hi .,U1 . It. 141 urn ifti IB DIU illti II ii dill ihl> (St %  tha on'" 11 NJdser. iSl %  .nm nut qmtr all arS iSi ia u,ii • ...ii. '*> W A cur ms dimuib it i^i il Pract:r n t %  %  %  isoia 15. BIM to A N account of a polo match reminded me of nn odd adventure 1 once had while walking (or a couple of weeks in Scotland. A u.uiri it in 'mtel said, without BO} i ii'l.it.inaiy Una UUl he could giviPI the name and address of I firm which transported polo ponies from one plaot t" another I told him that 1 never used a pony twice, but kept a supply .car every polo-ground. He said. "Hut what becomes of the used unaeT" "I give them away." said many could afford to do that." said he. "No. I suppose not." mid I "A grand life polo must be," said he "Well. I've never known any UlfOW tomatoes about. Rupert and the Sorcerer—14 ^^ %  -^^Sh _: B*kf( lis ksawi •*< II hjppnisg Moptri fcndi hirnaili or ih -. "Vyine. te itok round ht s*' 1 .;> Iioni tli a( nd %  one* the v.u(r drop* Ktwirdl ihc **>• iih m down and it ruts <|[i •' I hflnv* I know how to .iihn ih.ncl" hs ihnik*. Ii HAT UI.IS." SINUIHC, istsiir PI 4/4 -'TOWN L„„ rmmr%M.rm D(flL 2 3 0 II • BEAT THE BAND & TARZAN AND THE HUNTRESS %  a %  • -m (HSTIN I* LAaf A Dial MM TUDA V UANT im\V %  • > A, S SD p M nsoaos WMitss SIANDALS DISPSRATK 51va BlodM. Antfri-y Loin "P'l"i| •!• %  • %  % W A %  . 9 I Ilriitil Ushl .-i—l II I I \llt Ol HROAOW Vt L All IV TIIF GARBKN — ST. JAMES TODAV LAST BROW • ' p /OMI1II> ON BKOAOWAT or IMI nr\o Only) Dg tKIUAV Walt I SO DEAR TO MY HEAR I GLOBE THEATRE Last Shows TlllltV :. and 1.11 p.m. Paramount Films "llll 1I1.IKI sOlivia De HA\ II.AM I CLOT 1 DORIS GENE DAY-NELSON S / SAKAU BILK OE iVOlFE %  CLADVS OEOtGE CAYIOBUTUI also the Color Short SI'ORTHKN of the EAST The Thrilling Polo Game' PLAZA BRIDGETOWN OPENING GLORIOUSLY TOMORROW 7 & 8.15 p.m. plus llll' — REPEAT ALL-STAR TALENT SHOW ario Lanza who thrilled the nation with "Be My Love"! aon'i go at all unUis I'm sHimi .'own. ami thn I <*n fuida It wwn the hndW." I-W pulU *f hsad'* up and chs 4*ucsr obrdtendr go" tUakeri Ii* puihi4 II l U**y4 4d goal round in a $r*tlol <( I h pu.Ki .; hrdT and %  M' h *'' •irmcndoui %%*•* imiss coons IIM-I "I \LITV -i II to.i* Vd. RKADV MADE DKF.SSK.S —hv |I..I \ ih iT'.i-uul.widi J axcitinj songs. Mil the slory of famed Caru0, who tang his way from a lowly tavern to the £op of the world! MG-M Tki tlnli* MBiitatt) #"Vr> 1.\\v The Gnat,, JS& CARUSO ^f TtCHNI(X)LOR MARIO ANN LANZA BLYTH DOROTHY JARMILA KlRSTEN • NOVOTNA • THEB0M PRICES — 24c. 48c. 72c $1.00 BLANCHE OLYMPIC TO-DAY — mt TWO nowa 4.311 & 8.IS E!(l DOUBLEIniirlcl BERGMAN < B VI! in •CASLIGHT" AND •TONIGHT WE: RAID CALAIS Starr i m; ANNABELLA — John SUTTON Two Picture* onee trtn nevei I..i...un Tea must BM them OPEMNC; FRIDAY "GREEN FOR DANGER" and "CANNON CITY" llll TODAY — LAST TWO snows 4.3fl A. B.15 OasssaMa Duublr Charles STARRETT Smilev BURNETT In ACROSS THE. BADLANDS" and •KING OF THE. WILD HORSES" Prcslon FOSTER Big Soy WILLIAMS THRILLS! SI SPKNKEI ICTION l-athera Little .Vv7 Dhidend It i a huixlle nl lu\ Inr tin%  nilaaa who loved FATHER OF llll ItRIDK Even i iiiiini r ROYAL HI UM — LAST TWO aam 4.30 A 8.15 ROMrl TAYLOR in •JOHNNY EAGER" AM. "NOB HILL" 'AFT — J. RENNFTT Til." tun I'irlur.-. xiovr I-...-1. ,.,.,„ (or : IIIMDKHOII u. -I \l>\\ 1.30 A HI| ,i:i>';IARK t, %  PANIC IN THE STREETS" AND FOR ME AND MY GAl. Si.irnnn JlKta (1AHLAND — OSM Kill Y Y Y IKIIIW ONLY !. .1S II. POBD a 01 I I HENRY in ••tilt mSTBSS ANI. "Mr. SOFT TOI 111 with Glenn FORDE ft KV.I.M, Kl.VFS DRAMA I ACTION % '" %  II ** I I HI' \ > 'l I -II Hill K I I.I lll>ll\. THE HEADLINE SENSATION | OF THE YEAR! Srg* B>* 0*, I BN sswa Sis\MI ALLEN MARTIN JOHNNY HOLIDAY BaMonci Hun CAJUHCHAB PALXS KEROSENE COOKER IIEATRH'E TABLE STOVE — I A; 2 Burner Model CAHROM DOVEH COAL STOVE — N05. 0 k ~ OVVN8 — Single and Double f.r gbova stoves an klfc in iloek. FOR YOI'R BAKINO VOM Hill .ieed • MIXINfi BOWLS PUDDINGS PANS MEASI'RINO CUP9 "(I SPOONS ROLLING PINS, c ,KE STAN I'S ICINO BITS BAKINO ud PASTRY PANS CAKE BOXES BRrAH BINS wr NO P.irkinc Problem ben .ou Shop wilh I'S I • THE KMIIIVIIOS I O-OI'I IIA I l\ I lOTTOS l.\ IOIIV I.TB.


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Publication Date: Thursday, August 30, 1951
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ESTABLISHED 1895
TM'RSDAY. At'Cl'ST
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PHU^^ ElVE CENT
RIDGWAY REJECTS RED DEMAND ^'"^"ff"
" World Markets
U.N. Ready to Continue
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Armistice Peace Talks
TOKYO, August 29.
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offer today to continue the Kaesi
talks, and listening posts throughout the Far East
tuned to the Communist Radio for the Red reaction
General Matthew Ridgway at 9.00 a.m. made a mild
three paragraph s'p.tenient turning down the Com
munist "demands", but said: "When you are pre
pared to terminate the suspension of the armistice
negotiations, I will direct my representatives to
meet with yours."
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t roks orl the I U
Then in .
how;
PI Rldfway'i re-,.
. mild in tone
Secondly, both DIMSU
with an i the negi
nations.
Reaction From Radio pripint ->r
ltuclio Pyongyanj
erly to CM whether it.'
nlatfl too would temper thefi lan-
guage in an effort to roaunw the
*
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and elaborated Comnmin
about Aiiu'ii warplanea bombing
tht Kom truce eity which
Otneral Matthew Ridgway has
re fused to
time.
The Allied Supreme ('
aid thai lie iv.i' .i
On paxe 7
Eva Peron Going
Into Politics
BUSN08 AIRES, Aug. 29.
Tba I'eronisla Party announced
that the Presidential ticket
i'i run -Eva Peron" acquire?
official and legal stalus as from
Wednesday. The announcement
was made hv Deputy. JoaaamOlo
f the
Party's ParUanv 11
told newapapsiman iiiat the party
all district
Judges thai
Peron Is its Presidei Ual candldata
and Ev.i Peron. the Yire-I'resi-
dentiai candidate^
Admiral Albert
denied V*< ni to news-
.
i
with electoral ludgei r.i*.
H0M Arrests
In Lebanon
REIRUT. AugU .
Bombing demonstra-
tions, and attem)
of ihc Praai have iiMu mai political arrests by the Leb*
1
Abdullah
El Yafl,
and lack 01 1 1 Uon, but
withdrew U it tba request
! nl Kt 1 uo
The fn ("II "' I d

El Khoury the Pn
and 1 shooting iffny In fronl ol
followeri
who poured into Beirut from the
hills, armed to the teeth
Beirut police refused ii> Inter-
fere with the demonstration In the
hope of avoiding Moon-
>.->age.
r r.
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Slaughter
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Uiisincss In U.K.. I'ruiiec Seared
By JOSEPH W ORIQO
FRANKFURT, August 29.
I > UFEATEU Germany is storming back into the
world's export markets again today in a major
trade drive that shocked and scared business in
I Britain, France and her other European
compel II
for the first time sine World War II, Western
Germany is challenging her old pre war trade rivals
in the markets from -vhich German goods had
lly disappeared since 1945.



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A l'ARTY of four chief* who ro I
!.,.,.don 111 Iholr putnroMiiie robe* a
N'*oro. C
-inim Bin-in
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il- of Hi. I
rwo Killed In Crash!;;,'
ARIZONA, August 2V
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troof'
ml Yves
Vellere Bad 00
Ol the plane
which crashed during landing

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Coael Guard Cutter
Removes
\fail Seaman
v. ) W i '
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and romo\
nan mm Iho 68-foi
Baalknaaaaie,
Upper, the m I)
thai
iny hours,
trying to keap out ol -iKiit. wblh
I and ran
bout the
From 200 miles aoutl
n.'w Oriaans. ha bad radioed I
le
attampthaj to talta
The niw'JK'1 was picKe,
relayed to 1
PaiBhisa. arvi the

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ARTIES HEADLINE
Pakistan w ill Sign
Jap Peaee Treat}
KARACHI

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I known ui l*rc-.s inten
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Pakistan iras
Hoal draft tn I ;*
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1 that out ofi
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DISABLED SHIP TOWED
INTO HARBOUR BERt
T\ 1 Coulajarvcs '-t,; Um wt towed it
n by I'nrt T.\mivIiiim( (]
net) .Ft .;.- rift ofl tt ioutheoal coa il ol thi
Sim For S.E. Asia i
WASH
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[ncfday that it had allocated I
111.7o.ooo <,f nev I
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1 inic SH63.0O0 foi
a bide-Chlna gel
I and Th;i
, the fundi -aill
on minina
1 the <
ind eler'c-
( 1 ,ti pparatui I'.f
U.N. Planes Pound Supply
Lines In Dawn Attack
Fighters Clash Over
Manchuria 11 lionlcr
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Advocate Jamaica
Relief Fund
ANOTHER 11,000 rams Into
e. rdsy imi iy *wa
d^nitii'. k The
hmd 1- now Hve dsyn old, and
tlio ioll 1m* rracbad the
s;i.ooo mark.
GIVE YOUR DONATION
TO DAY.
Thrr.- ased 101
prompl help in this m.*tor. Do
111H delay BiniK or -.end yoin
donatloj to day. Every delay
Increase- ihe hardship* of Uie
title rent.
Hand il uiU oil* ol Oi* OJH
banRs or to the office of fhte
newapaper
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ICommuni I I
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NO ASSURANCE
FOR JAPANESE
WASHINQTON, Augtiit 28
il his week1
aakad whathei
any a
\ thai Ja-

Treat) II I Chin 1
'I'
in the treaty. 1
. that Japan should not
ll with ans Othei
hich linen
ravourabss
nnis than thoaa <>f the Anaio-
Aakad about 1 Ignlng
i'l'.it.- treat] .th Japan, he
.
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i .. com
mt thiv
maanl lhad ajOn separate1
treaty honhi in- laai favourable
nid added thai am such aeparate
treat} muai confocm to
I .ii pravii Ion til the Ti 1
I if Ban Prand
(najo-Amerlcaa driifl
\f\ the niggaallnri b)
..I, i ndanl Eh it the
. :i being too
hast) in push ii*: through the
ignatura at the Japanese Peace
.r m> nth, In
|| would bs eral
for* the united Btatai
Ud ratlry the \f.,i'. and
it mli. tune Hi- Uil
not think the United Stab
' ut was following
poUcs t'.P
Phe ffirm KtixlMile
PENNSYLVANIA. Aug. 29.
- Papps laai oed
for ei "i soWlst
0 dig in- i'i .....a
! ..1 problan
'ie 2.S0-|n It l Pap)
In a f..v-
hole duK b) mm '1 mallei nan
1* took lha I efl ets ( 12
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II'
Acheson Warns Czechs
Virainsl Trade Relations
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Itan W ill Kr hii|>os WASHINGTON, Augual 20
n ha < Kprggajy laid trit lie will
iglovakig thai I United tab tCongn i w inti
the I .' o c 'unti lea until Pragug
the Am I latii Acheaon will
per lo Itie new C'/tvh Ainbassu-
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IIAKIIMHIS AIHIK Ml
llll RSDAY, M ! SI II IMI
C*Vuh Calling
I \SIKK\ I Oil II l\ lOMMIN v%%.
Missionary Work
AT PRESENT holnuvmg in Bar-
v M
the fUrliaJw-
tdvnratr. He La 'laying; wilh hi*
B.B.C. Radio Programme
Uiipallh II '<'
N*. Al)
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|M( of th* W*fc S IS p M MWrk.
KoHUM k M p m I..1.1.V I
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lUonal trorfe f"r hc Bi
Adventist Mission in S'
Hi i-ikr of :u'olhri 1'irmrr err.-
>< Bj Tie Aa1**f*r. Mr. upr.-i
Ion. who i* now riolnjr pv mselisii-
and pastoral work in Si. Thomas :
Ru 'II return? to St. Croix !
Special Preview
ASmiM. PREVIEW of m<
M.tro-fioldwyn-Mayer film.
The Great raruso" waa ihown
1 'hi' Untie Theatre yesterday
The film began shortly after one
hfk and ended j' 3 p.m.
Marm Ix.ruu m Caruso ings
suea favourites as "Beeause".
Ave Maria", "Alda" and many
others The film opens tomorrow
IkM Globe.
Among those who attended the
were. Mi* Olga Sim-
fcfn. Brathwatte. Mr and
Mm. Dan Blackett, Mrs. A. L
Stuart. Miaa Juay Graham. Mr.
Aubrey Douglas-Smith, Mr and
Mrs. James Millington. Mr. Trevor
Gala. Mr. A. Nyren. Mr. Phillip
Brooks and hei sister Miss E-
Glover.
M
11. T '*"'*" '"l"" l II" Pakuton Day celabiallon. it
iZZTSUI'S V ,d;" " ""' '" D"*" Kh*- '" '" ""
,"', i "T. *"'' Hoki.ii.1. On III' niht i. Mr. R.hlr. wife
of F.ikl.tan Euhaxny Official L E 8
H
N. ASC'OUGII
irM. Divisional Msngaaj I abli
and Wlralees (W.I., Lw
panled by Mr c j. v. Uwnm,
Cable arm Wir
ffineer an- due t., i.iniii (mm St
Vincent, this mornt. I afsM i few
day Hall to thi Company*! Braneh
in Kingstown
Thi* is Mr. Ascough'ri first visit
to one of (he out' taU
area since he took up his appoint-
ment u DtvtolOBal Manajfer in
succession to Mr. A. fj I.. Dough".
Mr Ascouflb Will
.i this jtu.i U
Tobacco Specialiit
MR A. A D r
ManuCacturai SpeclaUst of
Kentucky us a. arrived Iraoi
rrlnklad yesteetlay io *\*wi about
,n DHUMdoa, At the air-
port to meet him was Mi Ma ret I
Vertouil 'in- British Amen-
can Tobacco (B'doa) Ud
Mr, UpAald i i kucsi at the
HotoL
Trinidad Lawyers
\MB s B DiiWihIi
IVl w w J. Alexander who are
both BarrMcn .it Law in Trinidad
came in on B.W.I.A.'s iliuM hnORi
Trinidad .ifternoon.
bout two weeks,
Ihaj i' U liKii.imei
t.uest Houaa, Worthing.
A Month
AMONG the pussengen arriv-
ing from Trl
afternoon by HW.I.A
I C Ofdhria who has tome over
.. month's holldaj wM
'ids Major ami Mt.
A de v Chaae -.i um Oarrlaon
Mi' Ogilvie's husband i-, wilh
Trinidad la>asa>h(ild> Ltd. at
ForiesI If.
London Visitor
MHS ItOHEKT TAYLOR of
Nassau, wife of the Ex-
change Controller, called in at
(he Bahama* Government B M
Ofl la*t week.
I'S.She is no relation to the
film star.
Student Centre
Lady HTJOOtNt, wife "f *
tarmar t;.veiiin <.f Jamaica,
hai expn^si-d hi-r willingness to
assisl W.l.SII. lo r.nve funds toi
um i'ii(ri>cd Wet inch.in ana
Bahamas Student Centre hi Lon*
don.
Lima And Caracas
H. JIM BAHHEHA who Ml
in Barbadoe a couple of
weeks ago flew in from Trinidad
' in.1,1) by It W.I A. He Is on
tlnee months' holiday.
He ts a sugar technologist in
Coming in by the same 'plane
Mi O. A. McLean. Telephone
Technician who lives in Caracal
laying al Cryeted Waters
t, ii -i House, the Stream.
Printinf Difficulties
Tffl new constitution commls-
ilon report for British Guiana
if not now likely to be out until
fin" end of September, according
to the latest information available.
The hold-up. it is understood, is
due to dimcultics in getting the
repol printed.
America gives a fiather for your hat
BBBBR "'^^Li'"
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take a k" net ball.
:.:
Association'* Headouartees.
.
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and in this > onnection
I itilnirnt will be
held al the heedquarters. at S
O'clock thin evening.
COMtNC
EMPIRE
StPT Ull-
LMtRGENCY
WEDDING
PLAZA oistin
'"1
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^ -HHKAI. OHAfctA **
; S.. I.4M. ...
t \ltlRBr,\N Tfll ATR.S I.Tll
ANNIVERSARY WEEK!
(IHmiKt INO FHIRAY list
Lfa, 4.4S K.ia p.m.
II .HI I IKI II II V KOK TWO"
rot II. LIKE
"LILLAIH OF BROADUAt
LAJT Two ensOWl i<> DAI
4 45 a n in
lil'at night
Ellen went
to the
itrange
dark
house
on
ta*
*irfr
tin mm. loMi.kittm
!30 Si B.30
AllUTll'411 lllM*llr.l llO.ltl-
l,ulil -h.lr plinuf ll|*id
..f III
T Party
WBBT INDIAN Scouts return-
ing from the world Jam-
borce in Austria were .onon
rtalnad si -i '> parta
given by the Colonial Office last
weak,
Short Visit
MISS KATH1JCEN POGSOM
arrived tram Trinidad yes-
terday by B.W.I.A.. on a short
holiday. She is a guest at the
Hotel.
Arriving by the same plane wa<
Mr J. A Gocllnlcht who Is stay-
ing at Cacrabank. Mr. Goellnicht
i ,i lummisslon agent in Port-of-
Spaln.
Trinidad Holiday
MRS. P. D. G1TTENS of
Mernville." Stream accom*
panicd by her brother Mr. G. B.
Sciilt of Searles Factory returned
from Trinidad yesterday after-
BOOn by B.W I.A.. where they
I'n1 Imh-ii |.i-i..|ini: .i shun iioli-
day.
Incidental Intelligenca
WIFE. -How do you like this
hat. dear?
Husband.Terrible!
Wife.-1'm glad you feel that
way about it. dear. Il'a my old
one
~L.ES.
laieraM '"" kai am i
on iin- hr.oi in- geeaeaw
clijiprd rrren o-lrirh leslher
iIhIiiiil llir rrimn mil upntr -,i|
f |hc brun
nl .hi.'iri "t nneurled wdrtcli
nVttaicn in -''i ahada <>i Mm
mi I as the aero al ik*
BY THE WAY.... ********
I AQI'ATH' I'MJI CMNKMAtytmhm
him,.it i .i :n
*)' ..ii i 11,1 \ v ii i i ii- M1TIR1 In
ANN >IIKRIDAN. Vlt'TOK MATl'RI in
'STELLA"'
Owaar/.rn rwier<
Till: measurer
i put Into tone Miiiitl.
when hve patrol boats converged
within sight of the beach at
Upton-., i
A tall woman in what was obvi-
ously a blonde wig had boan re-
ported by watokan on the coast
(hi
tin-
V.ROSSWORD
ru liavins
permitted 'im yum from the
shore. The swimmer was SUS-
m cti'] o. tM iog I M lenttst or a
Foreign Office ofllclal attempting
to swim to France. 8he turned
out to be the daughiei >{ the l<'">
Stephen \xwurlhy. R.T. Shi
admitted to wearing n wig. but
when it was searched no secret
papers were found. RapUclng
the wig. she swam angrily hack
to Ull beach.
fly Uf- of Pt>lo
Men i
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i relTMh. lit
..rd. Mi
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in i4>
;0 Wan l .
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IB DIU illti
II ii dill ihl> (St
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11 NJdser. iSl
.nm nut qmtr all arS iSi
ia u,ii ...ii. '*>
W A cur ms dimuib it i^i
il Pract:r n
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isoia 15. Bim to
AN account of a polo match
reminded me of nn odd ad-
venture 1 once had while walking
(or a couple of weeks in Scotland.
A u.uiri it in 'mtel said, without
BO} i ii'l.it.inaiy Una UUl he could
givi- pi the name and address of
I firm which transported polo
ponies from one plaot t" another
I told him that 1 never used a
pony twice, but kept a supply
.car every polo-ground. He said.
"Hut what becomes of the used
unaeT" "I give them away." said
many could afford to do
that." said he. "No. I suppose
not." mid I "A grand life polo
must be," said he "Well. I've
never known any I'h. .Kin.n ,iiii.n In his eyes was
m too. Inn*, and as 1 left the
room. I could not resist becoming
a hit bandy-legged.
Much Boring festival
EXTRAORDINARY scenes
masked the *iffjr**lrB day of
the Much Boring Festival. The
Kit. .mi of Boring Through The
i,s took a wrung turning, and
found Itself in the midst of the
exhibition of Farm Produce The
horses of the (Mvnliers bagan to
cut thing*, anil reveral Round-
iMOtJl Who Iriei! to Interfire WON
pushed away by Indies in charge
Of stalls Boadlcen was flung
from her chariot when the milk-
white stallion ridden by William
the Conqueror was worried by
three dogs. The Master of Cere,
rncauai got his foot caught in a
plastic cliK-he and waa insulted by
the lady in charge of the giant
Humps. Sunn men-at-arms re-
trieved spilt artichokes on the
poults ol their halberds, and there
was a scuffle when Civic Dustmen
began ''> UlfOW tomatoes about.
Rupert and the Sorcerer14
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B*kf( lis ksawi *< ii hjppn-
isg Moptri fcndi hirnaili or ih
-. "Vyine. te itok round ht s*'1
.;> Iioni tli a( nd ! one* the
v.u(r drop* Ktwirdl ihc **>
ii- h m down and it ruts
<|[i ' I hflnv* I know how to
.i- ihn ih.ncl" hs ihnik*. Ii
HAT UI.IS."
SINUIHC, istsiir
PI 4/4 -'TOWN L
rmmr%M.rm D(flL23,0 II
BEAT THE BAND & TARZAN and the HUNTRESS
a -m (HSTIN
I* LAaf A Dial MM
TUDA V UANT im\V > A, S SD p m .
nsoaos WMitss siandals
DISPSRATK
51va BlodM. Antfri-y Loin__
"P'l"i| ! " % W A . 9 I
. Ilriitil Ushl .-il
II I I \llt Ol HROAOW Vt
L All IV
TIIF GARBKN ST. JAMES
ToDav LAST BROW ' p
/OMI1II> ON BKOAOWAT
or imi nr\o
Only)
Dg tKIUAV
Walt I
SO DEAR TO MY HEAR I "
GLOBE THEATRE
Last Shows TlllltV :. and 1.11 p.m.
Paramount Films
"llll 1I1.IKI s-
Olivia De HA\ II.AM I CLOT

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DORIS GENE
DAY-NELSON
S / SAKAU BILK OE iVOlFE
CLADVS OEOtGE CAYIOBUTUI
also the
Color Short
SI'ORTHKN
of the EAST
The Thrilling
Polo Game'
PLAZA
BRIDGETOWN
OPENING GLORIOUSLY TOMORROW 7 & 8.15 p.m.
plus llll'
REPEAT ALL-STAR TALENT SHOW
ario Lanza who thrilled the
nation with "Be My Love"!
aon'i go at all unUis I'm sHimi
.'own. ami thn I <*n fuida It wwn
the hndW." I-W pulU *f hsad'*
up and chs 4*ucsr obrdtendr go"
tUakeri Ii* puihi4 ii lU**y4 4d
goal round in a $r*tlol <( I
h pu.Ki .; hrdT and M'h*''
irmcndoui %%**
imiss coons
IIM-I "I \LITV
-i II to.i* Vd.
RKADV MADE DKF.SSK.S
hv |i..i \ ih<- nf London
mjej bo- *i. mi i H i.
LADIKS l \Ill.KWi;\K
I'ANTIES. VBaTTI IITTHOATS
VltllTHREHHES. HKASKIERI'S
MLONS II DEMI.R
BITTF-Rlfh PAiriKX^
USES IlKPAKT.UKVr .
I INI N SHEETS- S19.40 1
I'illow l-ase^2.47 and $3.17
FOOTWKAR
MISS. LADIES' A CHILORKN'S SHOE*"
-l^tel Fashiens _
HOISI'.RY DEPT. I
ARROW SHIRTSST. 10 and *.
IDOL HOSE$1.17 11.41 a
Ml M'H rSOVKERKS17.IS
Ml V S DRE'jSINf. GOWNS
WOOLLEN DEPT
TROPICAL SI'lTINOS
T. H. EVANS A Will I I II I IIS
DIAI. 4606
YOUR SHOE STORES
DIAL 4220
GLOBE
I I. is In,, iii i> iT'.i-uul.widi J axcitinj songs.
Mil the slory of famed Caru0,
who tang his way from a
lowly tavern to the
op of the world!
MG-M ,
Tki tlnli* MBiitatt) #"Vr> 1.-
\\v
The Gnat,, JS&
CARUSO ^f
TtCHNI(X)LOR
_ MARIO ANN
Lanza Blyth
DOROTHY JARMILA
KlRSTEN NOVOTNA THEB0M
PRICES 24c. 48c. 72c $1.00
BLANCHE
OLYMPIC
to-day mt two nowa
4.311 & 8.IS
E!(l DOUBLE-
Iniirlcl BERGMAN < '..... B VI!
in
CASLIGHT"
AND
TONIGHT WE: RAID
CALAIS "
Starr i m;
ANNABELLA John SUTTON
Two Picture* onee trtn nevei
I..i...un Tea must BM them
OPEMNC; FRIDAY !
"GREEN FOR DANGER"
and
"CANNON CITY"
llll
TODAY last TWO snows
4.3fl A. B.15
OasssaMa Duublr - -
Charles STARRETT
Smilev BURNETT
In
" ACROSS THE.
BADLANDS"
and
KING OF THE. WILD
HORSES"
Prcslon FOSTER
Big Soy WILLIAMS
THRILLS! si SPKNKEI iction
l-athera
Little .Vv7
Dhidend
It i a huixlle nl lu\ Inr tin-
nilaaa who loved father of
llll ItRIDK .
Even i iiiiini r !
ROYAL
hi um last two aam
4.30 A 8.15
ROMrl TAYLOR in
JOHNNY EAGER"
AM.
"NOB HILL"
'AFT J. RENNFTT
Til." tun I'irlur.-. xiovr I-...-1.
,.,., (or :
IIIMDKHOII u. -I \l>\\
1.30 A HI|
,i:i>';IARK t,

" PANIC IN THE
STREETS"
AND
" FOR ME AND MY
GAl."
Si.irnnn
JlKta (1AHLAND OSM Kill Y
Y Y
IKIIIW ONLY !. .1S
II. POBD a 01 I I HENRY
in
tilt mSTBSS"
ANI.
"Mr. SOFT
TOI 111 "
with
Glenn FORDE ft Kv.I.m, Kl.VFS
DRAMA I ACTION !
'?'"II..... *- I I HI' \ > 'l I -II Hill K I I.I lll>ll\.
THE HEADLINE SENSATION |
OF THE YEAR!
Srg*
B>*
0*,
I BN
sswa
Sis-

\MI
ALLEN MARTIN .
" JOHNNY HOLIDAY "
BaMonci Hun cajuhchab
PALXS KEROSENE COOKER
IIEATRH'E TABLE STOVE I A; 2 Burner Model
CAHROM DOVEH COAL STOVE N05. 0 k ~
OVVN8 Single and Double
f.r gbova stoves an klfc in iloek.
FOR YOI'R BAKINO vom Hill .ieed -
MIXINfi BOWLS PUDDINGS PANS
MEASI'RINO CUP9 "(I SPOONS
ROLLING PINS, c ,KE STAN I'S
ICINO BITS
BAKINO ud PASTRY PANS
CAKE BOXES BRrAH BINS
wr NO P.irkinc Problem ben .ou Shop wilh I'S I

THE KMIIIVIIOS I O-OI'I IIA I l\ I
lOTTOS l.\ IOIIV I.TB.


lilt RSDAY, \t i:\Klt\I.OS ADVOCATE
PAGE lIlllKr.
Culm Should Lessen
Dependence On Sugar
August 29.
by cur-
lailinf
natun iccordlng
to the IrUe: : r Rm IWtTUCtlon and I
This is one of thi* t. loputmU ma I by the
Hank to make an in : the country's economy in
141 and to makl
ftc pi i merit. The mission's report
he Cuban Ambassador in
ngton. Dr. Luis Maczuuio
Ould immediately launch
.....
i ;,.id the
Delay wiouid be
oaoaute "i
sou i fall in
1
ij the dui Matt at
aperlty.
Na\|nff ObfaatiMi
.
}_ the report staled, are idi
kevekn I
i h BMaaton
uitgeuxl that ihc Cuba,
THE- 0 A M B 0 L FT-
K.C.A. Has 829M. For
Communist ) 'ugoalavia
Newsprint
From Sugar

Joequtn
York !. tlaim*
k1,.
Anglo-Ciiluin
Pad Hard To
Understand1
U.S. Copper Strike WUi Big Rise In
Hit into Production L R 8ugar
Imports
Tin- m
lUOttOd $29800-
YugoeUvia
a leister Maiatoid
rilo'i ant i-Soviet nation'* ecotw-
i .y EC.A said that the alb*-
M mad|< under "
t amiK the United
tiaa t'nitnt Kingdom and
Fiance,
.atioiw agreed i.....ri I
dbOUf S.S0.0O0.WW worth of ece-
l to Yugoslavia during
. laat ball Of IWI- E-C.A. said
."iin probably will an-
on Ui,. initial allotaW
>nuc aid to YuKoataviki
of |l I^OO^M l
*1 to ..nnoun
France u> eicpect-
EC A **! 'hat the new
United State*' aid tome* from
funds transferred to lh<. -gency
nt Truman from the
Mutual Defence Assistance Pro-
gramme Yugoslavia will aee
l | to buy raw materials
Ad other supplies vital to her
economic strength, jnd the aup-
pirt of her military defence
effort.- EC A. aaid that the dol-
lars will be used chiefly for auch
Item* a. cotton coke, and steel
LONDON. Aug
it li bard to
the U.K l n declare
>" l" fou" Cuban Trade \.
Km pi to trader., W
i -. aependenoe w fOWt chairman of the .
print made ugai bj proiaouag new enter- Utotostrtee Association nd
irom wood Diilp. ' bnpln Leeaue, la a letter pub-
.... lished l-> ".he l-oiul I lm< -
a" Expand and create new in-
1"* " ,-roducing sugar b>-pro- Th 0
U0lu ',.' q using .sugar as .i raw concluding
2J?V R pweumseft bo
mill at Tulnuoa, Cu ... v first international multilateral tn '
of Cub.', .conom, man-
liv NORMAN MCHOLSON
DETRI 'i r Au .1
THE i
I
truck ...iiipamw M) that lliey will not teal the
111 ii h ii nth ii ill., itrlke aunt
]i(U .] eventual "lai > reaction will .low
. Ij linn tu undMat, MUni Uiou
kout Is settled prompuj
| | ,.i. i tlted moil ..i Um Unild
out| ui. in*- vii..l awUI h ..i beaoma tn luta
indutu oiu m>Mri*l procurement headache
rod rc-
. hunt (or ....-., f
' BKITALN MAKES
..... i i j&ai
. rJlfhtV
metal that g ea
1
average -
HER OWN CIGARS
I.OMn '. V
Now. hi "Whether ihla second purpose alloyi m the Ion, Jamaica hai n>t had
two othi vporU of non- y hkely to be .ui.i.v, : teriopoqP Of Hie \ nib
, reduo ihe de- t., era aoubt." Iv nanm Mnce import.*
itar exporu. This "i> t in any ease tho*.- ai rrd turnout of nearly ipnn rrom ( uba were pr
feebj p lH>th to raise I papl .Henger cars, that ..-cording to Mr. M A.
i
irfin t
LONt> iti \
I'M,!, ,
I..
i irVnd
I U Iiolll
tot the I
m thai un-
1 .... amounted I
H
1950 when UU rorrospondlni hk1
*;.* 24.3^.70( Fo, Um nrfX hv*h
: IM9 the imports <>f un-

. I.jOu.

wear U also the In
I
H5. Sfit.Wio in th<
|
Van "-'ic
muf;i
In iinuoi
Ml' ii'!
: ialn Inconbrbvertlblc ' auto producers gob-
nomy. The agreement hoa been reached nt i.led up .tt>ut lSft.000 lorn- of irer. About two-and-a-half nm.-
raiirnended thai stten- the cot of overriding protesti copper, note a>HUhjer*amisfaetured .
i's < ei to minerals and from producing Interests Id IMauuvtl i:\ertniven Uriuin than Jatnalcai ', ..u,,;,',.,,,^
crude end poaoi '' :;i""h ,;'"'' %: = . he says, and ht
t pi snlslna Uu'- Fl" i"ld &,uth Afiu-.. [h H British wan laauaaj in t
SfnmfMl lening the **________... l '' v.lume thun Hav.n
Commonwealth. x(K>dwill and
from Bugar-cane waate. lucuon in Cuba for 1^^ JSn? luction facuitu The British manufactu
tic consuntpUoa of > wkr*
Mr. 1; II ( !
:*'.'. ,T "W rterTaU* f';!!-'"^^'':
isumer goods which :
ihnd Mi .. value M
24,MliJKM>. nib 1 .. siartlini
..1 .
1 n rnooths
imw fhea Britain exported
labor.i'
ported oaci which iiiv
1 \T]' ii mo*t important JdvanUge
!!L*2 MOW to Commonwe;,-
made DTon It let -

i'Ut t!:,it COUld 1
:
cess.
',."'" the supply problem of nttnu. .' "'^
both to ; taegi ,, 1 -1 WWJJ MH300
lion. iu.iKef.us p., iv. .. a :
. Dut both .1
. '
industry ofcsorvora
It U hard (o envisage" any "trade l-KPC!fh ad With m'.V,',: I d Lyle which
honu
'
iLs minerals and It the Colonial Einpiii' reJatu
Fdad Police HudC
.-i-ii|H'ii Oonvid
mission aald ll urged the
\- 'Msh
Ministry of Minos. W.v
1 be re ponsfble f<
gallon
H.t I'.
other purl- Of Hit WWid
. ure~not good, industry oh | mas In one countrj th*
: thai Oils l IB UM
l.f.S
1 to selaet other te ---------------------
picture tomaki ih. perfect bl.....1 ., ... .ponsibie mr,,.... ,M ' JaunwcaOetoElaaWO
outaUndlnit commercial advon- "'wkP1'* cnPP*' "
I... t....jt .* a.\.i,
trait \ Hn
Pranoc SjH'cds Up
v\ eatcrn Defence

Arm.. I PARIS, AunuM 20. |M
utt North-weit PeninsulH ano in. *l,u' l" '' "cPlar'u d..m.
K. U Ceni .. i. :'..:.. 'i
14 OCCO, thus rrccin
;.....,.,. job m m ^-".-- -;;
outalanding commercial advun- ""^i*"" ; ll,,,i uiigcil U a c ucd r\ll/ai
RUSSIA HAS HER OWN
TREATY PROPOSAL......... Knilc.
Of copper, \\ili It relliflMI 1 eaiv I mdersflite. sut.t oil Mun rich......
reduca lubetantlally her tarlffi lac*
11. 1
on a wide range of'nianu'tuHn'.i vary aulafcll
Ii iporti Irooi the United K i l,n
Ijinuuh I'arla
, ,.. Aiiwat oq TrH. rod rto, ,', ._ , ,
..r.t to last auout 30 rti.y- il.M-n t.lli.brth
. on Sun !"". SSn~ ^
forward m Oeneial Dwighi ,-_.__ the auteaneMla asaembly plant"
Thi.L i. """ '" ''Ulld u"' "
iin-k.y would enM* lhlf Wcat. Risen- "This U an axampb Us
,. kodJuin to command tin. working of the most r.
"r"""" v\, of U i- iropa n nation' i Lauae W
up to ,>, juin bun* .i Utreat Wi i n i
... his depar. foiafau oountrlas, lbh .....nj W<
vehicle* com.t, I ,.,., .. m ;.,., Hern Gernun* with
Hug fuu op 9 iUarday
;iy that Russia has its own treat] Aln I I ive len
vhlel i i establlsJ Additionally two and
rtial om basarai n laj si .... ad food
i flash aggi
- nron Japai
a arrived 'ii ii" Unsn Ian < Rsharoi An>.)
party of .nt Saturday
. J Alae Connecting Service* to the \\i...i.- Harld.
FLY BOH
Vxlls^Vl^V':
1-1 Ii I 11 (jVEKhfcAS AlRUAVN < OKPORATION
Lxploratory i-t. In
bVUNbY. Aug. W I
Hush
ii -i
larj (Joveniment can declare
i son Officer was belief in Empire :i
tion betw en 1 rr* children nict this lorl of wound on r.
Iisrpeetor Blake that caught <;<-)- H m old and had traders."
don 49 hours aft -B.i
m- will hi > I o La i
on to oui

ml I..
this
.;. ml
DUNLOP
CAR TYRES
Mf--
service
SMOOTHER DRIVING
DOWIHNf. ESTATES & TRADINd
VM\\\ Lll
(CCKSTIIN S*0S.
#7M f /oof IgViffSi------
NUSBSUI.V "
GET - -
NOI/LM4
FOB fast. < OOL id I.li r
NOXZK.MAistheonly UikJiiip SUNBUIW CREAM
." ". thasjg :t BiK Advantimc_-s .
! COOLSAmazing | .. .,t-
ttantly. Rehel in 3 - SOOTHES easeb
ture emulsion- -Ii feel
your hot. ptuvhaaj skin.
:i. HELPS HEAL- N
cated formulahelps ipaad
sunburned skin
And-- -
SO\/l^4
IS GREASEI.ESS, AND DOESNT STAIN
Renmnher It's NOX'/IM \ In ill,- I nil. Illu,- Jut
Obtainable at - -
Booker's <*Doa Drug Stores Ltd.
Broad Str.-i and II........[ (APHA PHARMACY)
and All (lo.nl Dnu Btor. -
you, Att so muciv KA^re- . . ii. i, m -start and on Hie hills, (hanks to the famous
Minx plus-po\..-i BDgiBJ '' continuousl) lot IS yean. More economy too more miles to the pallon, and the low
upkeep SOftl i n cai btlill t" stand up lo hard going anywhere in ihc world. You gel w
much ipuie out ol the M
SO wYJJJth* MrV0T i^sjto it A
... measured by its tiding comloii, il ,
vision, its. lo)i.^ and feel, the Mint ii :i hi? egf
Every inch i> used to yood .id^anugc -Irom
the wide front leal to the tpawloai cncloted
biggngr accotnmodation.
Yet no full tiu family car PAU ever so easy
to park or "AanoeuVft in u.if lie, so CLtinomica)
to run. You get so much asfarg intu ihc Minx '
HILLMAN MINX
"ALOON CONVERTIBLE COUPE ESTATE CAR
iii4 k srn.i. 2:ioo.o \et CA1
TAKE ADVANTAt.l. OF THIS OPPORILNITY ANI. BUY NO*'.
COLE a% CO LTD. ni^rib..ir^.
i


I'M.I 1,11 K
HAKHAIMIS AliMH \ll
nil BSOAV, At (.1ST :su. IM1
SWRADOS
ADVOCtfTL
-......r -i
1 Id rlr,..J SI llll4Mal
Tiiiirsu>. auuuni :>. tri
ll.sll EXAMPLE
THE Housa of A
passed a resolution for tha sum
for corn] i hildri n
mother bad boon kU
!,n iv am rwd b; lha Got
vote wii ; lorry
was uninsured.
Tlic cJrcumsl i, indict-
Hi for optraUng
motor vi
: [ska.
This newspaper ha
its demand for a compul;
Third Party snauranca on all motor
vehicles on tt*
evan 1<> the mamberi ol tha Goi
that the rapid and contlnuoui UV
the numbar ol motoi
nmathing ba dona to m
Ud other
if tha road.
uld have baan the duly of the
Government to Institute such a aystarn but
tailing to do so H Is easy now to <
Was difficult to impose on the individual B
condition which the Government itself had
hesitated to accept in pi.n
The arguments In favour oi compulsory
Third Party Insurance are nut easily
refuted
carry Ti.ua Party btaurance voluntarilj
on their vehicles.
In the neighbours Trinidad
this Insurance Is regarded
matter that 11 l| W I
motor vehicle on the road unit
insured.
In Barbados the old free ftl
methods continue end now the Govern
ment has been found to bi
who operate motor vehicles without Aral
Insuring them. And the House ol A
ijlv failed in an Important duty srbi
withheld Strong mticism against the
Government for this omission.
The sum of $l,63fl a which would
ruin the Treasury but the fad that the
Government has 1 i tun to
vote this sum because it had failed In a
duty was anouj h row d I u critic un. If
the vehicle had been n. tiould
have been, the sum would have been paid
by an Insurance company and nol from the
Treasury.
The bad example "i the Government
will now be taken as a precedent by
who are not inclined ti. expend the extra
sum involved In the payment of premiums
nd who a 111 U ' uaai oi tha road
in peril of getting Mill d or injured without
beinu able to recovei compensation.
It would be rarcioal now for tha Govi rn
ment to send down to the House a bill
providing for the compulsor\ Insurant
of motor vehicles when it ij known thai
the Government Itaell operates vehiclea
which are not insured.
The woial feature ol tins matt- i
it mlghl OTM day happen that tin- House
will not be In favour ol the view that com-
pensation should ba granted and i
refuse the resolution for compen
The injured party would then be compelled
to have recourse to tha law courts In an
attempt to recover damages. This should
be avoided at all <
The exposure ol the facts has now shown
that the Government had failed nol
I rnake i Ion I i third |
risks but exai pie of
operating unlnsu ahlclt
; .. which n..
followed by the general
the detriment of all us. it ol th*
'\(W For Depriving
II.W.I. Off He-sources"
i miimilli'r'**. < iiiii nt On A uli.in V.u '
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1.000 ., -... ,lt Hm

.....i 12.000.
nod cod-
0. Cuba's
ital exp* -I at 226
I ; ; i ,,i r.f the
' i Indian

"If Ui- B
.
i
rcsponsl-
i.li for i) had been
-ild have

ba bslsnca
the Tacts?
' "'-
man arc several
times as it rent as the average
IBS IJittish West
nd, nothing that

future can bring
.'. tads tag -
0| tbt same slan-
-.joyed by
' BottildVrnl. I)rj. led
uasr fct futura
. niflailllH only that the
negotia-
: Cubs, without so much
i .. < Q
. e :i Britain
disrupted the
foundations of the Common wi-.iltli
a i b>
i l the Jsmsloso cigar Industry
i.d dejected, the
ti great and loyal colony.
Laty, however, there still
. vfharsbj
i.. ... 11
.I.mi.man I ISJSX
......im svan ntti
cnettt. Excbaquej
.i :. h ratal
'. i Jamaican cinari>
t |SS tO all ^yi
Lh< effluent At the same time,
reached their
present i. Bssaauni
levenue n '-"" aUUSI
I ore than half
The obvioul lenicdy baa bee i
suggested by the Jamaica ciga
thsl the former pre-
,';. of 1 1 l|(L 1 SI
round be restored. No dimculu
Sly obstinacy, i
j >if u,.
race a itop
M,ld help the JsmsXa cigar In-
dustry and. indeed, miShl iv.
restore it to the worthwhile
position which it held four years
SaOi TO ISflWlda this remedy for
lush
' Id be but one step In
the right direction In addition
UM nl'. just course open to the
British (iovcrnment * to see tha'
SBtB with Cubs go no
Inriher thsn the trade agreemerit
j rovldes. and In due course flrml
teclare that while the immensel
privileged position oi
Cuban sugar and cigars remains
as it is. there U ho case at all (or
COntinuins lo deprive the Brian
ii colonies of any part
if their meagre resources, even hi
be considered to be the
wider interests Indicated by Sii
Hartley Shawcrot*. May we sug-
gest, too, that before Br.tlsh Mm
liters speak again of isolation
they first endeavour to dl
rass themselves of ih< i
bceming isolation from demon-
strable concern in matters such
tin m foi Lai
re at their mercj Further, the>
might wltta profit <-tudy American!
.md apply not only to
Int. i Waal lndi..n rum but also
to cigars the American pi
regard to Puerto itaan rum,
whereby the whole of the duty on
that product, even when consumed
I n the I'mled BtStSS mainland.
reverts lo the btnei'ii of Puetie
is laasd with tellini;
effect f"i the oeneflt ot the Puari
Rwen rum industry.
in. luloiual people have
tie grateful. :
Ills M.iji'styS Ciovcinment for
their most generous aid in many
:j hemes of o:evelo|>mcnt and wcl-
.-nt .-. n Ii Is. there-
lore, all the more to be regretted
that when it was ;i m..Uci al
making the best of long-tried OS-
I tins raseurcsi It hould have
Urn necessary for the Brittsl
Wi t Indies to light tooth ami
nail in a fruitless effort to secure
, it if the United Kbur-
. oin." u.u.r.
A Newel* Kind Oi' Stalking Joins
The Traditional Sports
K BVI I'fltltll K
1
n f the height of tl
here. There ta't a room to be
Ann art height ol
n in I

Ided papier

'
. .
i on the
Dee
. ,
iwaj

i ; e to thousands o'
into the town
from :iii ovei the ewrl
a *hta

Ami If r i * Kin*.
. Ouerii or -i peon
. rrinresaes
if the l>uke af I'.iUnburuh
i rTlnce tharh

dq the knol
B
i
the N"
and the '
pace im i' | can alight
THE WAENINO
Tills rBAI
alt] si ihe
i
The Iron curtain has come down
rink.
i.o sn
\
Who Vi\ks about
,i plans of any
ramlly."

MaisWtS lliehl.ii.eerv

lads are closed erbenevai
.'i iv< irom one place to
i Mi new sraen Pord
.in on i motor-
Hi appear al the drop of
,, lever.
..1 household, has issued sightseers from getluiK any privat
to his men.
Still tins has hai.llv
tin stjlo OJ one little fellow
: tbe oldlee who
I holler at
i the Bal-
vbare Ihe KHin-
lusjhi ere itsylna), but tarverthe-
i. Baure at some local
iini-irl.'iiuv.
His line"I know what Prtoc*
1 bariei her birthday, hut 1*80 no' telling
i know why the Queen
but I'm no'
telling ye that either."
. UmoUf about the
ibseace if that
! [I* dbV I ll I K|
notion Mom BucUnlhsai Palace
,s that) If sbi

taking things
:tii ;i good iok the "no
. i n extends
.. bare Her
placed ..ti order for
md some
..* i ,.!. arse little
about the leakage.
Jllll Slli; *
His NEW caj|
M||.|. ii ,
lining tiv
lourisl to take up
. its on the
where the off-white
I | tig i.i. Hirkh.ill
v in the
bted who have
brought Held glasses with them
| old like tbil
lialrs on
top o/ >>< of |he Inrrcfi." and
Btrkhsll): MSomeoae has
OMl "/ the door. / (liiniv
It usually turns out
lo be the Swedish chef brought to
Scotland ; row t i.n nci
the Beottand
UrOI (one f them
on .picuous in his
. oropromlM ..'. camouaagadark
worn with a very llsht
a asd *.p, the whole un-
,.iied on top of a
bkycls) try to stop ihe
Till STAM1-BV
BOSlBBOW. for the nongrouse
shooters, salmon Ushers, deer-
stalkers, or mountain climbers
llallaterwith its social life re-
stricted to two licensed bars and
a film, and a dance to a two-girl
i nand alternate nights
has Its drawbacks as a holiday
centre.
Of course, there is always the
standby topic i Interest around
I., to the i'i oi..-.'
The King and ihe Duk)
over) sfternoon when wsellaii
i .ittiits l>oth in Sherlock Rotasai
caps and knickerbockers, accoi
panted by the beaters ami luade
and sometimes two Princesses
mauvish t'c..' and tanmsh
broauaSi
i patttao better
is sent down to Buckirgh.un Pal-

On neighbouring moors. outsld<
the royal estates, more shooting
parties are on the go.
Taking a strictly spectators'
t lew, the pastime seems to be
ol the less pleasant pursuits
luxury living.
IT MEANS ,rly rising 04
cold and damp r cold and wll
(thera .ire no oth^r kinds tin
here) mormtn;
II Ml \N>
the scrub, which may be a jolly
purple colour and called bracken
or heather, but is BUU '
knees .HM
IT MEANS stressing LU
clothes and geel sg
ruined.
IT MEANS a lot of work for the
sake of being in the social s\
nd drinking i small qu t
brandy,
IN FACT the only |
ince of Ism sport is the
sold cartridge case containing
inti. Bold msmberad lUcka, wbli
\a used by the m.is (hm
nt the start of the show to dra
ttsril places
I-E S.
WAR AGAINST THE
III liliK AM.
B] 111 TK BaSWI I
LONDON

but all Use
Ingenuil n\ gpie*wt whicri Is i1!"-
ducin^ atosnic Dower and other ntarvali
cannot beai the terrible oV ilence
.*iire.
Nobody has yet d
p .i hun iiani' end ; iiarm-
i am) to protect
buiidn Droperty, bucci s th<*
Jamaican banana crop, from the full tury
of a hurricane. The most that man can do
ararauig of the approach
i an tremend-
ous Intnewernentg In tins over the past few
the (ieveiopnieni of radio
communications and mcteorolocical services.
Tb deted .1 rturricanc .it liaaource is hard
en.hit 'lit in
the Ail.itiin Verde Island*,
and the Weal Indies, a desolate stretch oi
from any land mass, where observa-
tion of the weather is practically Impossible.
Only as the growing hurricanes approach
land are flu;
In the calm air of the doldrums, towards
which the trade winds blow from both sides,
conditions are best in Ihe late summer and
lUtumn for tha formation of hurricanes.
tha doldrums are farthest
al this time of the year and thus in the i
aition foi the eafth'g rotation to start
. the latent heat of the tfreat
amount of water vapour discharged from the]
hoi surface ol the iti ssgly-aunni
as time. It is this latent heat
ihat provides ihe energy to develop hur-

Heated sir begins to rise bom the warm
mm Cooler air rushes In from the sldV t
take Its place, swirling around in a spiral
and faster, until Itg centrifugal force.
that it moves in a circle about
iu to ' mil imatat -inside which.
there is almoai no wind nt alL
As the Whirling wind ascends, it cools and,
much of the vapour in it conderiM- lib) rat-
ing more latent heat. This keeps the
central zone warmer and less heavy than tin !
SUJTCUndJngs, thereby maintaining the low
pressure on the existence of which the con-
tinuance of the hurricane depends.
Driven by westerly trade winds, the whirl-
ing cone begins to move towards the Carib-I
bean, picking up speed as it goes. In time.
it may build up to .1 dlamatei of -is much at
600 miles. The most violent gusts are at
its leading edges, blowing up lo 140 m p.ii.
Sucking Up .1 column of water from the
Ma, the hurricane roan along the path of
It 1 resistance In the direction of the lowest
pressure. The average life of a hurricane
is nine
Thar* lefence against a hurricane.
The be.-.t th;,t can be done is to warn lalandi
that lie in its path, which can he forecast
accuratt I3 bj 1 lodern meteorological tttltpffe.
Forewarned, it is up to these islands to take
all possible precautiona, although there la
little they can do to save crops and buildings.
Seldom (it, hurricanes go far inland. ThOM
kSt oi Florida come up against
g trough it high pressure along the coast
what rneteorologistg Call a "front" -and veer
Sometimes they travel
northward* up tha U.S. Atlantic coast, like
the one in IHi4 winch went as far as New
York and spent itself in the North Atlantic
oeal of Newfoundland. A freak hurricane
in I9;JK wai drawn inland over the United
States by the coincidence of a low-pressure
trough near the Great Lakes. It did
$.100,000,000 of damage.
To Ihe West Indies, nearer the path of the
more usual type of hurricane, those violent
ii have had a surprisingly deep effect
upon politic lomics. Sugar ran.
Standg Up to hurricanes better than an;
other nop snd this |g one of the reasons a hj
has always formed the staple crop of
the Wt Diveraillcatlon of West
Indian agriculture, so often advocated by
Briush Governmeni spokesmen over the last
few years, would weaken the West Indian
hurricane economy.
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Art' The Iporior* Unfair To \w Ideas...?
.
;
d from las
Kmplrs Rheum ttlsm Council on

1. tuiinc cream.
sport
but Ii .T
Itai
I should
:nned.

whin, tha trials h ive bet
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II* < IIMM%\ ll M. IIMI

b
doctors 1 douW
until the
as psii
;
:
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Label Igi orad ,
1


report.


by the push-button

they clstm ihst

Moss claims thai ,

i.tiw than, thl

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Tare Mats

' 1 ;-
.;' Hriti'
sessntisl out m a
aoeton
tronslj erltlcisad In letters puti
hshcxi over ruuu vrsaki in Um
fSrittsb USdkal Journal
Yet because the taCjUlr] Wi
nrsanlsed b) tl' suthorttatlvt
Medteal Rassareb Council do
hsM i-t the trast-
; led.
\ promlstna common-coW
ills srsi
sbsralonad sftai lbs Medical
i;. .1, ii Council threw it oui on
evid ii->> strongly

N.i ProaC
The dfltiR^r i> thi-. I
m may be usclesi
On the other bait
t for the
ic ii.iin.
: I
-nt h a proi
Ail it '1 raise graw
11 a
Hoverplanes
Probe Arctic
Tares > its to i>.-
USSd by the Royal I'.m.idian Navy
nslsssa a In *'.
They will 1 1 alighting
on the water, md srUI
from I b||
built at SoreL Quebec 1

piano trill |p ihrrniKh
areas nude dsnaaroas
Sfl wilt also land ob-
md mail itposts.
I
snnal

.-each, as
in which he will
-living fr to 8000
1
1

voided paying S l'\ >
under the nnli-dumping laws
ited on May 31.
D-yeST fiiispcn:
ernment nfflcinls at Ottawa rcve.l
N.i British CSV firms are r.* *
by the regulations. Mel the dSme*tu-
msrket against unfair conipetiti"-.

Elirabcth has sent t
itosjraph of hara
( the Argyll and j
Sutherl.inH Highlanders of Canada.
i.t-culonel John t
' ' '
r
5
S
i ment. *
I- I -
V##ers*s
4.1* Tin. II |M
BOI MIWlii s MARMAL-
ADE
IU NT IRS MIXED FRHT
II DMNJQ
mti l IATJCI
1MH.AR SCsrlO ITJOAI
PBANUI hi i I i I
't l< I 1 a I'KKLFII
litl MBI i:
SLICED I'.l t^
J & R ENRICHED
BREAD
a
GODDARD'S
GOLD BRAID
RUM
a
CANADA DRY
DRINKS
Phone (;<)DDARD'S-W. Oliver I


nil RSI) \\ M (.1 si N, MSI
BAKU.UHls AIIWH >l
PACl i im
A#? Grouping Came Too Soon
Coni|iulsory I tlu< alion
\<>u Books /
Puhiiv Library
732 Babies In
League Creche
Las! ^ vat
Siiotiiil Have Come First
Suy* Retired Teacher
aping in fkmnil,
. ichooU,
MvMk I v t-iiiK-alind should
I nldren
:>m11 would 'i.i\> entered Khoo] at tha
. .' chai ^1

the low standard of io I
. : .

I
b tin- work. I
I

mii iii my
y but they jtet |M
The
: .
v. <; B
JLrtm
i

12 10 15
years service, wai doing the
children no good
U
in my day only six
the i t to the Rawle Inmtuti
ioo high)
P i .'. Teecnef
those a* i tem "
l
.i ii i ]
The Report
In 1 i.
Annual R
Without help

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Benefit
|D| thnt Erdiston
To of great
I thelfl ni'l but I feel that



i Mid the nlHei '
dent nurses, on, reora service ex-
llow the children
cook*, two wn-in to i benefit of their c\-

with w. I II (lirsr icuhrr*. ten \r*rs aro
nrere Beta to keep the eUMrea it
TH| P

i i'.iiih
Or ihe 300 boolu 20U


will ml,
I
. <; w Bwantoa who
eye wttnesa account of U

Barbadian Nurse Hen
On Holiday From L.S.A.
Note* Many Improvement
Alt.'i
if spend-

th< OM i.imi!: It utay that she
.i remain two
vreaki
5|


.
in this Iimk he record! lomethli
R< t in the
"Sll.--
ceaaful Cricket" by J. 1
i

weight champion Jack
Elliabeth -. Pi
Uon" In thli i
meana how tb,

...
I'biUv Qollop K.V P.S
," rhe raehnlQua

hints toll
hi- t\ i 0

THIS 18 A PLAN of the roads of the homing area of the Bay Ertat- Thfio la now a long main road
on the Miutham -Ido along St Paul's Chinch ground* leading, on to R*. ;lo* Rond It I* BBW Intended to
make an outlet to Buy Street for pedestrians on the western side of tbi. road The road- In the houln
area ha*e been named after people hvinn in the area.
resource:

1 '


I
-:
Creel*
i
standard that i% much hither
thai leaai I do not see why their
Mir-.- -I.null) be u.istcd .il CrdiMon
Then llat| .ire needed in i Imul
he ibM
b-o much
irt, handl-
.:.
,|itly. Ihr C,"\ -
in project
Insurance On Small
Houses A Good Idea
THREE VESTR) \IE\
I Mill HEALER
KEEPS l\ TOUCH
WITH CONVERTS
!
U read i nTei tad i
. .
im- of ins coat
ill and the Creche.
Through t!
.

.
eat to l

Disabled Ship
4) trow Page t
tad
:. i
room. The
men) to gi v
Throe St Michael Vestrymen, Mr. A. R. Toppin Mi C. A
Bratitwalta and Mr. B. A Weatherhead. in mttrvlawi will
the Advocate yesterday, praised Mr. J. A. Huynes" Address
which was passed in the House of Assembly on T
tha Governor to consider a Hurricane Inauraiiei
Bcheme for small houaat,
Mr Toppm aaid thai ha was In agreeing thai the chen >
favour of it. Mr. waa favourable. Mr. Toppm sam ,, ,; ., enncei In bei
thought it was a he took il tor granted thnt (i m an
and bandtci mi- pre plendl I M " arnmant would unda
becoming autMecu ousting D**0' *""' ,hul w*- *"*"' '" tattoaa coaattdar aarrylna tha real She one
the basis of nil studies FnwlUh consider such a provision. Ihenis, :
and Arithmfft '.".-i. The Address M.r i i tJ . Mi Weatherhead aald thai When aht
u of a- embl ''"""
concern ihe cost of replacing the but mi- .>.. ih-m > .vim
mately 40.000 small hurrteane would atrlke the adand, b 1
. lend, which In tha As Churchwarden he had anae
1 each school to the Empire
'ton.
Hobbka
"In m>
I
i
ongly
lead of hobby. Bral
w lung to Mr. Hai
Itreei
efw plant golnfl bo I
. .-.
CoUegi .nid stud>
a told ot

He
thi

... j

the

th
tha ptesent
building n
v. en about 3ft d
1 1 rtmenl of Bauca-
: aalgarvi
re needed to handV
around I number of children
becoming unable to
.
Thli old Headmnrter lold the
CulgAr\e (dveeatl 1 m viMnl.se the
In ii'!.
.. 1 teaclb a to eon
lg in distn rnort mvltatloi
hour an I to the 1 '' I

roulziirve ^_^^_^^_^

' u]- vm l' iii'iiiiin dnk-
event of a hurricane arould, pro- around durlna the
V*^"'* ** iiuuivuiii nvyiu wiv- , w.o
' '
not)
high
that I lu-
ll.....
,,

try


b


Nol In A Position
Ragged Polnl '
left the Can
To The Polls
Ft* Weeki
1 mii. irra
Foundn
she will be do di eked
ted
w 1
command Of the ship. A ere
The Cnulgarve, ha
Ijimbert Bros, She i
in OUsgow. Scotlii
Iiecn cfa

-
1 OF-8PAIN, A
arnando Is gnlng to the
1 tor the last time,
with Ihe whole town t
aatea. bi<
v tor n.okin^ .
which ,.,, ,,... the i(|ea was a grand
Gerard Montano got ,..,
uncll to accept Is being ,.|, [s lrue" nP sajd. "that this
'.....mplaUOB and is ex- wou[(| mcan an additional burden
to be reody in time foe on lne uispnycrs. but in my
In view ,,( thli
replacement 1
House of Assembly con
rei nment should carry a
lva Hurricane lnur-
on theaa houses as
tlit- owners arc no1 h)
rtnancial position t. inaura Ihem-
selves against Hurricane Risk."
Mr. Hnvn, v view waa that
i ni should either put
fund com-

mi the houses, 01 take
out comprehensive Insurance
n them.
Mi. Topp U rday thai
>o long aa Government satisfy
that such Inauranea
would only be effected on people
who weie m such low ctrCUrA"
'on, thai they would dcilmiely
in) houses wen very
bed
w ,,k, "...
V ?*
Co*i Le**
A wall houw.....th<
built bouaa would coat laaa to in-
sure it. but those would be the ui amputate thi boy who
houses which QovenuxMnl would 1 ibetes. They were
the
..... Il mall houses. In |
.mi. very (aw
were in.-ured ngainsl hurric;in,s
because the rates were high.
while steacoera which
Ik-l. to Ik- sunk during hurri-
canes, were moid of them in-
silll-ll
'1 think," he snid. im In^i 1
ance Company would be very Food
unwilling, except for high rate,
aa 1 lot ^ hoi. a
a man could easily shake, end
there are such houses.
When the insurance for a
house was too high, it might n t
hwhlla to Inaura It
Ho said that in the v.-
KhaRM Dot going through, Oo\-
ild set asi 1

I <


t of money every I
Cost of Living I i>
rm coat oJ

IBM


at '
p >iuts in the 1 0 of 1 11
J 1 1T4.
: . J
waa a rial r ''""'
1 .
Ipproee 9ft0ee
Appoint nw nt
THI Vaatn ol Bl 1 u
meeting >< 1101x183 ap| 1
principle i*' bi ,
tha pei
lah ,.f sr :

ti \ \\
to tppoii '
Hi J. 1

a re* ommon-

11 ,;..ni to the appoint

Mich a Committee ihould ba com


ti Veatr) ilao dealt with lh<
., vacant Veau
,. Pern School and II*
1
There

,n,i iii foi the Aumandi on
nc) ("i the Pan
filled
..( Rockfleld Bl
,,',. 11 vi'.iis unit one montti wn
theei Inat.....with
si |,< 1 cenl
Boyee who cami flrtt in
fa the Alexan-
th M (-'
... down by the Ws-
beca lae loo young
1 '
i0 her with 51 i-i cenl
'i
'
rtt\ voti tb. in......I Iravt 1
. foi '
. rtum ol othei
I

left.



1'ul in A


iht Child
ind tha 1



Vouni; Paofjlg
'Young 1



BUght more V

i
tlraa ted ther'i


Ung waa
. Itj in
. decided a>
... net

1
-
'iv going IO
\ 11 was a
1 that we
.


m Barbadea
auttlon to
rr llel|> Boya
Aim! Carls' Chih
oil
I
bough) '"' 1

Sept
opmion. It would be a^"esUnal form anolhcr typf, ,,( ineuranee
whom Maaan B P
Son a- Co, Li
i-oming November clec- lo vvhai II the island
fill the usual il event of n hurricane of the
d 111 the contest all three nia((niiude which had lust struck
the Nether- <* the out-going candldat.
Ilor thp Hon. A-ihf"r.
JOHN GODDARD SICK
1 .n anneth cooper. But Government had a reserve
be a big fU,., in the event ol 1
n the line up. put that would
Mr. J
who left tl
Trinidad
..
:
Rooms To Lvt
undoubtedly be
Barbadea ami atra

ng of the
of the sch
. A... mmt Oovern- i"IIVIMIIIIS tnr ,n
I .'!r?S0.
SAM ) ^ug. 2
, plenty ol queeUon

Mr ', . week's hurtork mdlvklual ca coiiacuv
Dlea to accepl juch
members of hla M A rdlng I '' , n, my mind is
1. and Tourist Bureau.I .P. I**,int
"Of course." hi
would be a need for apai '*
l,ut it would !> ft.
cause to which many could aub-
eriba."
He said that houses over the
of $1,000 shyol-l lx- msuM 1
Splendid
I II
nice and ipkandld for Mi
,(ie Such a scheme would be mk.ni:
f an I Jut..

'
of new *<
k by
bed
.t $2u0 to put
|h a house might
cost $K!MI. above which figure
..-.,- r I Id
$800
Mi Ph '
...
dertake the Inauran
"the scheme was a very work* Then arould b>
scheme able one, he tett a ,il1 a* h"r"
I SSOO and was blown down ncanes only occurred nvw Ihi
by a hurricane, it would only course of many years.
I UK P

I
turday

iii th<
II be I 1
I the IU
,. w,n f io 1 Bl
l
.

...
/lu' Prevalent
ii 11
the 1
. ,
I it nil
1 la
diseases, Infliv
\ I
I
. 1
let said 1
in.....rw forced

b In Bi

Itk With the 'ii'-

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Sj>. Mr. LM Kin.:
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thf. Bay 1 '' %! "
RIlbMry lln
I
I
B raw 1 B
In 1

to sail a! 1
lUaburt
I

I
.
mediately on h
1 und saw the I
'
!
Kingston had been hit and
were sunk in the
harbour. narks of
i.g. The


F tch got o|
Worst Mil
.
Baghan Baj -
nloaded at
I

Ung the
Dd the once
Moran
loveli baaana and cocoanut crops
ruined and the houses it
Lt. Fitch
said that the w '
ted in aorna an


Mr. A. J. Ilarrl*. Oaata
I'lumher an,. Splicer of the
liHi.nl.- I '.|,Ii.,f 'o.. ta ex-
period u> lei-^ |tarbidn~ <>-
morrow bj air for Jamaii j
via Trinidad lo aiwisl in re-
pairins the telephone Bfagaai
iir hi i.im down leeea gad
equipment with him ||p i
ii to airtva a1 laaa ' 1
on Srplember |
The * I Beaara analeh
~iiied nut of Certaale Ray on
Tuenda* eventni bourn' for
faaaaaai v* raerto Ra
few other port*, is takint
riiuipment from the Karbado^
Trlophane Co. to Jamaica.
The Blabury Bay
)'..\y on Thursday at a.11.
and went back to R
discussed the siluation
ihe Sparrow.
Iparraat
same mission as Ib< PJlalmr* IU>
It arriv
. 1 1
22
For Barbados
It Wit .'
the two ships 1 .
Uichurt Ray would leave
Kingston on Sal
M IfTWN
out cruises of Ua

.ivinan island

:
mi, 04 -';"..
imaae." he added
The MitHirv tU* lafl KM
.rday at 8 1

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2. Ii attack* doll him which b-dd* knun.. ..'.ml
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3. If even help* to remove mouth -. Id*!
Hurry mow and buy USTTBINI Tnnih Pat* .. brutli jf:rr every
m-al and fifthi couth decay...cL-un mih hri.;riicr...Kl i* HUAIM
IK Ml I'll IlKl KS A.N1) IH>( H-:
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it; refreshing
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IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
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Pkgs. JAC. CREAM CRACKERS .49 .11 ONIONS pr lb iu lb>. lor 1.60 LM
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nAKHMlOS ADVO< \TI
PAC.I -IVF.N
CLASSIFIED ADS. ,,M.*****_ "T......
1 ., ..e .i Fj m<1Mn
tailing; th.
or any nuakfi of ..-*
i.p U w - -J lor eacl
Mrt T.irricli Pr*nc ISSt
between I and pm MIS far Bweaa
Meake* Mi) *lit 4pm
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lor any number e. Hord* up io M. and
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reni* por ward n lunMy. far each,
MWilHX^l *|J.
DlrD
sTOI Tr In AtaffaM 'h. IMI. at h
'".w^t B*l-Vain" Woiinin, OH
Mr. lade Stout* Her
saves th* abov* reaiderar*
*V p n- tadav lor th* Weatbfti
- I- .1- .1 I .IN
ArwMM S;..,itr Edward <*toolr. Vivt

IN MF.MOR1AM
, Ag-rd who fall
i IMS
in) w*>.
When
thug change.

i meroberrd b her r
Fan, I It. 30 I
titrrtS Ethel Bm.hI* In chrntnrd and
A>MM\IIHrMS
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FOB SUI
KEAL EST*.Tfc
caatraa an***. Tl mi* and
rf-H M word! eve* 1*
HOlSFS
d'.itabl* bu*jn*<* premier,
i n Varan u* occupying
and .landing on Ufa vjuM#
MMaOOW On* CoMilnnablr Bed,..
..>*! *
Mr*l. a,.
i,a> l-i u.rt,.. lar* phone-d
AUTOMOnVE

. r awe.
am* xll be
I on Friday ai.i
1 tha oSVe of th* uaMnnw
rARRtNGTOM a, ALV
11 at- 1. i
CUTTOH TTRrwE Tj an apprang
lenaM Furni.hed Houtt. Upper Bay fl
.'tpua.ie Varhl and A i ddrrn cm, ran le nee* Apptr on plan Hi
1 I 11 If
On* Dodge Car
--J.I. i ,, : 1.1...-
rluaed Phone 4S00
Thr underaian*d i
- fot i
HAT |
kM
Vateri T*r'
MMgMaran
-;.t.i le
;'i
IS T MI :
CAM Drop-head coriiembl* Ford V-S
i good rendition rUdreuiKai.y <,p*..lrd
aod fling: 1 Su-holl. MM bal.fi
> a m and 4 p m n I 11-1 l.n
The
bam
CAR A F..rd Prefect New Dark Ab-
orb*r* and rubber mat genenllv over-
hauled laN *,crk IIDBi bWi.iamu
oioUp c.itag*. M.nor Garden*. Dial
am io a ii >.
MtrTDR HVhf.
MX M.rti.r B'tt
ratuar Apply C
I hi-. 51TT 1
Tfv- Am.
dwaliiaaboyaa k n i
AtXCVNC VlliX. .iih if
unrraon ihr umi iumi. aaa]
'''""Wa-
rrrr.i 4.aM aquarr <: I ... lb
nd Iha "i.l biiiUiii*- Itirrrh.
on thr Sr M IUium. cftrm Ch
-maiiii'l Hoirl Royal
Inapa*iion aa, aaV rVrrpt
Uiwaan ihr hour* ol II noon and
p m
vm
,w-..-
ttm
IMIinAlt. marba.r.. ~
adj.nlru| rbaraa* Houm MMm-
Slonr B.iaal,. 1 badioomC an.1
all niiial onVaa Oaraaa ar.d aatvvr ti
i foo.ii and all iryicaa lb<. 1|M1
ill an a r
r. appoinl-rat.l urn phonr M
R.-!i .n OH ..*! I
HVMIU
VAfXMAU, 11 h p Ealoon In paod
i.rti> Uaiaac Ulal 4*11
m ti a..
Thr fo|loainK- can M -<
lUHa Dodsr Cuaiom tdan
nvr .aboolulrlj A-1 3 no M.
Im.ii. II hp l.MO OD lPt
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pj-IlrularH. ...,
aalr .nil' b)
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IB 0 51 ED
rnopiatTY- air
.ialai al M> I ord

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rav bcH-M Ml
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laaal App
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Vfj l.tllr
liaiaav
1(1 ItlK.IKArilH
THr pi,bl- air I., -i .i
BWtaal iiMn i.. ma -ii' Owand'HMi
I.. ..la Bralhwaitr. irr Taylofi a. I 4>
imt hold ..* w-H rnp.nt.bi.

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Faiiaald Croa. Road.
Black Roth. SI Mwh.it;
Bill In
Tl,.
I..
rulilv |hr lc-u-
IVY MIMn.i
am no lonfar ttndcr Ihc car* and pro
larlHin >( "> hniband Unrri
IVY !>AMH
. li Villaar
a* 1 ^
Mi.
RNHI8
Ml KI'llV Mil -l I ENGINE
arc invited for the
ilrh.is K tii, Six (Minder fi" x 6'-,"
Murphy IUcsel Engine mounted
nn engine ieni
skids. lenifth 103 7 B". rjdt-tur
cooled ..nd equipped with
enclosed Twin Disc power take
off clutch *wo 12 volt itaUting
battoriea with cables, radiator fan
and lubricating oil cooler for
tropical operation. Rating 180
ll.P. intermittent 150 H.P. con-
tinuous It 1200 R.PM. at Sej
level and 60T ambient; alfio a
lot of spare parts.
Tenders should be submitted in
sealed envelopes addressed to the
Citv Engineer marked:
TENDERS FOR MURPHY
DIESEL BNOl
.i.l aj,ould reach the City Engin-
[ i-i^f-SiMin, not later than
Saturday 13th September. 1951.
-21.8.51-
TAKE NOTICE
PYREX
I ..l ( OHNtNfi
iiiiporaliuii ol UM
Ui.llrrt si b
Whom lindr or
. .
-l-la. USA.
;lasb works j
(,.lr ol Nrw Yorb.
lira. Hamifacturrri.
Liinra. addro in
-.,- VOrtl
ipplbad lar Mr
..( i Iraab* owrk In J"j.ri
A ..I Kcxlal. r i inpr-l "1 BUaa
producta ol nil Hud- .n>d mil W .ntill'd
l laajlilrr Ihr aaiWa "flrr on* monll.
rroti iha *" a| >' Ahi.i imi. ununw
i Hull in thr maanllmr sit*
alkait u mo *\ m> "... of
>ppo.iti.ii. ol ..th rrairtralion. Tna
irodo maib can ba icrn 0,1 appliraltoit
.,1 au ol*
Ikplrd 1111. 341 h day of Au|u. 1K1
H WIldJAUs
"r,i.t' li .f Ti-dr Harfea
1 sia
take notice
j>rince Albert
Tka undrrwitnrd will oflar Io* talc
pubUr rompaUllon al thatr OAVt. No '
II Hi.'i si.rri. Bridarioam. on Ft id.*
Ihr 14lh dai of Srplrmbaf. 1BS.I -I ] ;
pi.i
Thr lwo- M ID.Mvn.s wlU| Ihr I.ltd !....>.
IkM bVM .t-1,1. and Ihnrto l-rl..i...I,
M lmraHuramrm .4U |
Ui.ii- ll or 1 hrrrabo.it>.. niuala al '
loih Axr.ior BrllrA'lilr. l. bftcharl
loala-tl.^n b ..|.paii.ln,r..l will. U(.
L I r.ipi.ii IUI Avannr. Dial 17.N
Plal fi.rihrr partlcuUr. and ronditian
..f Mir. apply to -
CITTI.E CATFlIRn A CO
It I r,i n k n
I i.ciit datpaUh 1
1.-. .n.i biaawm
aioraiai lad <
All SON (
rniiii mi 111 is
Tan rasii par oaMiia llaa oa 1. ' J.-.
aad (J caala v*t aaxila I.*, ua Su*4uyi
r>ilnla>i.m ,ha-,, ||lo on l.H-*,,.
aad II SO oa fniaaiil
GEBMAftn K\(K
IN WOULD
MAHKKTS
a> I rent 1-.1,. 1
the Untied

I
ranch NaOajonjI h.-utute for
Stall* It* and Economli Dude*.
They showed Uu Wwtem
G r-'paiiy had taken advantage of
n wr to steal a march
n hrr competitor*, prr-occupied
with their own rc-armaperv
problem*
UK Export* Up 7%
Sii\mming ISihIy
Rttognixvs W'./-
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
nir.
ART1CI E
or the
the brginnuig
Korean war.
increased *nlv 7', .,',,1
-rn Gem . ,-,. n
Wl Qajra .1 | bj already
BriUng twie the amount .t
MmlCBl pradUcti to Western
nropc i i;ie..t Brnab
ill the ti |t| markets. German
lag only
ll'i behind thoae of Great
UHj hei riu'UI .m,| in-
Uaha-J r>odi exportt onb t3'
lie hind.
riie Frwuli noori >.ii OermM) now i* a mala threat
to France a] .'hi own Internal
market fl rman metal pnatucii.
lasBware. china. leather and
lexlil-. .ire iiiuler-culling anc"
ri.-n.h prmluct- ir
Pnnea
NOTICE
i
FURNirCKK
H'RMTCKK
M
I-OATADECK CHAIF
bakaak, i-um in Kii.rrU nr. i dnlfn an
- mill hi. :b.
Ilroolhn li-Uii'i Con
Mil'"". SO" A Co- I Id
HOUSES at Naw Garden.
i HattfalM and Ihr Clt>
One Ut Acra apol af land at M.m-rli
l> buildins nip wnh To ft lionlaav
id ISO ft dapth at Maawall reaaonablr
nrr par *q fi Contact II A 11 .....
Ounaon Rark,ky or Phon* Bin; la-
ant to Dm. aall. r build
MIM an
MI-XIIAMCAL
Ladtr. and
ihrn-iprrd
Df:.-r. C.,n-
1 will nffrr for aala by Public Com-
MUUon -t .. oflka VUTORU BTIirj-1
on l-HIQAV Il AdaToal at I p m W,
i fl land with thr dw.-llinat bouaa
-allrd KAItl.Vil.lK- ~ ".
i-oiilainlna cloaad fallrr'
dimnit room, brdroom do
r.-jms uprtalr.. WC and balli rlr.t.i
lighi ani waiar. inu for taa 00 or
month For coodiUona of aala appu t
K AHC1IEK M.KEN7.IF
.'.I'. Auctions.
drawina
NOTICE
IN Ml illiv OIVBN tbaj
i laland i
OI.YMPIA Portable
lhe World
Tvpr Wiitcr.
MISCELLANEOUS
Tha ondciaianad -III afhra BH aalt
by public coanprtltMM al than onVr I
.'mm Slnj.t BndfrtoH... on Friday
Mtl A.iai.it INI at I p -n tha undar- >
n.en. onad Ulara* -
TE1V HO. MHA'tla) n_\NTATUiN-
1 IMtTFIi
O t W CI.ARKF A OS
f New. prica
Kni|hU t Id
ijsi t r n
i ill LH ItKUKHU :.- ahipnianl. all
it!"* Rrtrttrcornbi. Tdolh
I.Tiialira. Drntal Plalr uru-hri. Complax-
lon Bniihai. Bath Bruahr*. Comb
Clcanara. Mam. .rr Oauihc*. Powdal
Bruihaa, Floor Scrubi. Fibre Bowl
Hn.hr. and many other.
II P (-HEERMAN A CO LTD Middle
Birrf. Diitrlbutoii Dial 1311
is 11 -Tn
AUCTION
PY inftructloni
n Wrdnridav nr*t Slri ^aptTnb*.
Ha
iton a noau one t
10 x lb and at i
aaid baioninnf io l^
cilia Albariine Cartar.
DABCV
Govrnmii
I II-In
la Iha I ,
tnboaUlna LM hM
.*. Incraaaa lb* uUi> of tlur Inaiaj.-
tor of Huhwaw of Ihr .-..I Pa
l a lum not eictgdlne *K* ,...
annum .nid
ib. Incieaae lb.- ii..rlhi ol tha laid li.npevtoi I -
not aicaadlns 100 par annum
r>. ut day .! April, ivti
Uatrd Ihta am da.v of *u.l l
CARHLN<;roN HEAl V
Solicitors foi thr Ciimii.nahcri. <
ll.ah^an lor th- Parian ol
(it .in.in WCOnO 111,- RDtrl
ttiilmle (ii i in.i .. in .iliiina
xpint auccCM primarily Io h
bility. -to produM better goodi
l price lowei ihan tho> of hai
.mpel i.'i
I ne thing, they point imt
that German wanes, prices, and
intern*) pi^ucUon coats, have
relatlvt I. labli nCa
Wt| lit n t ;*-1 n i hi i x luirvncv was
I nformitl in 1948. C!reai Britain,
i France and moat other Writ
European ciuinlrie-. on the t.rhei
' li.iuii. have lieen nlaarogd l>v uitLi-
lUOD and mualant higher wage
demands by organised labour.
Wi tern German trade with
ihc Soviet ntint. however, bM
never recoveu'ii Ha pre-war vol.
i, me Before i3i*. it constituted
s.,r.i c;.-...^. .i (hi) i(J\ of QtrmaVay's loi-
d nun IrodC Today it \f only about
' I vr
|ai !-. I
tandidatr to aaau
n September
P II TAIllt.TO.*.
PAIN
AS PRO
v ordi ASPRO
Uva ASPRo
UJhl out when you take
.teak louder thai
irllon I* aafo -nd rfr.-
.lievn (lar bar haHead -
Iha limb, and |olnU -
iin-'i i--i iner- i. only ona
IS S.l-lln
TAKE NOTICE
TEX-SHRUNK
rARI-H i.l SAINT .....MM
NOTICE
TK.Mlt.HS i,n MBled eiiv-lope- liutfkr.l
-Trndar lor St Mallhew*' Chapel KqqI
will b* nraivad b the undrrl|nad up
io II o'clock noon on Friday. Ausuii no
IMI for repair* Io the SI Maltraaw.
l tiapel Hoof In accordance with a ape.
f'callon which can be accii on apptieau w
Id thi. Offlca
Tha Churchwarden doaa nol bind hUi.
all Io accept the lownl or any baode'
and the potion or Finn whoae lend.-;
Ill bo requlied t
TIIHFF
Tube* Du
( Dowd Wm
Motor Cir lyri
unlop WO 10
Foaarty Lad
I .1 bj
1-In
I'KIJVIRM I.INEN lleav, .Iron*
a :i<- in all uartul ahadra for School
Children etc SO- mdi- > M per ard
parlaJ R-durtlo.1 I.. Wholearllm
KII'."AI^NI. 11 Swjn St 3ae.Sl-ln.
TAKE NOTICE
I imilr.
of 1.1.1
bJontranl. Canadi
On of a Jrad
if Kra-i*tr: in irapa
fabric*, and will br
th* aame jftcr on
3G4I1 da. or Au|uil
in duplicate Io m*
oppooilHNi of auch
trade mark can br
.' i, | ". i
IMilad Ihi* 34th dl
*l I* 110 Vk-Ui
:..(,..,It Utl.l
being mamfcer*
Vralryi *lalln| I
Icipt M.reivai|. fi
'..in..; i of Iha >
Churchwarden'* OfRci
Parochial Builduik
BridCrloarn
Mnh,il
Thai R J PEYNOtJW TOBACCO
COMPANY, a rorporallon oriianiiad -nd
rmillng under thr lawa or thr Stale ol
Nee irnmr. t'-nted sutc. ..f Am*w
wl,iaa trade or bupiriaaa addrea* U
Main and Fourth Slrr-1*. Wlnaton-
Carollna. Unitrd Rtalea
ol Amrn. >. M .i.tlaiturrra. ha applied
lor Ih* re* ml rat Mm ol a trade mark In
I'arl "A i.f Hrdi.tri in iriprct ol
tobacco ..f all kind* -nd fnr -It purpoar.
oiarrlta.. cigarv imohinB lobacco.
tobacco product*, aaaaj
rea*sM
,..,
will
after
hall in the i
rot.re in duplicate
u( oupo*itlon of mc
trade .nark can ba
I of Auua. lid
WU.I.1AMS
i r t- ...*
M\G1'
map
OIL
...i.luur (II..- i-
al my olBcr
r.-SIlraUon
.' f Ausud. IHI
n I HMs.
.-I Tl kse Marka
TAKE NOTICE
VICTORY
ii...
Pet.
Knsland
.tjipl.rd for Ih* registration of a Hade
i .. i" In Part "A" of Rrlri
, irappct o( dnlla being- piece good*
wholly or mainly of cotton, and will
j br entitled to regtater th* aame aftei
I i no month from the nth day ol Aural
1 1661. unieea aom* poraon ahall tn the
1 mrantim* gtva aoUSO m dua4
aaa Th<
apHeall
a* i
-, .,
UI1J 1AMS
That BOOKKEI
DRUG CO LTD.
whoae trada or bu*lno *ddr**a i- l^
Panllenc*. DOmarara. nritih Oulaiia. hi..
.ppltrd lor thr rcgulrntion Of a tradr
I. ark In Pint A of Rcili.ter in tripert
ol pharmaceutical preparaiK.n' ......iiruj
,1.. ...id .111 bt enllUed to
leaMBT Iha aame ,,fiar ona n-.nth from
Utt |llh day of Auguil IKI unl*>.
...ma prraon ahall
notle* In duplicate
oppo.ltn.fi of auch
ia at my office of
irallon Tha trad*
implication al my
TAKE NOTICE
PERMUTIl
. That Iha PERMI.'TIT COMPANY 1 IMI
I TBD. a Billlih Coaaainy, Maiu,fact..r-i.
-ha* (rada or buslnraa addreaa I* P*i-
1 i HUH Houae. Oonnaribury Avrn.ie
la>ndrin, W 4. England, ha* applied f,.r
th. regwtratlon of a trade mark In P.nl
I A" ol Reatater In leaped o* pla.,1.
land i-i.l-Hat Ion* Io* uae In pulif>in*.
i, Itching, (upplytng and
[valor: and filter., praparatloni lor aofl.
i mng and purII .-mg water. and
ion .* changa materiaU bring chemKal
piodueU lor uar In Ihe Ire-..... .1
..I liquid., and will b* nitttled
Ieglata. tha aame aRrr 0M
Ihc XUi rfa> ol Ali.i.1 1S9I nn
..an. peraon -hall In Iha mrantim* I
duplicate in ma al n,' ofn..
<-|,poaltioii of BUch rrglilralloii The li
nark can be aern an applhallo,, al
Dated Ihia lath di
. of AugUlt 1041
|| WIIXIAMS
ol Tiada M.
I of Aufual 1011
II WIIXIAMS
of Tradr Mar.-
TAKE NOTICE
OIIIIM Al
MfrVK.MH*.
l.llu. !.. Jefl.
\nt..iii>- Ivory. Silk.
Fir.. Pa. Klf.
TaWfrS
Pr. Hm. llrj SI n.il iim.
<
- '/.WeW/r-eVAVW.'/.'
AMe-Nlion!
EDUCATION DEPT.
ritINC IFALS OF t'OL-
LEGES'St HOOLS
ALL MANAGERS
r-nal* Graduated Vanaauelan
o.,i Taeehe. iNormaliNa-four
I Taacher. Training Coileg*'
i empioymani Io leach Spanlah
nil age. and ehoot* and/or
-jting interpreting lor roan
Write to Grace
M a ii-
Tha- TlfT WF.lA~ll orapb jfir*
roHTANV a corporation nrganLred
,< of tha Stele of New
Yorb. Ui t-.i autaa ol AmetVa, ehna*
Irad* or buan-.eH addrei* i- WralfWId
Chauta.,qua S*a Y,-k C .'ed State* ol
America haa apptird for tha rrgidiation
Of a trade mar a la Part A ef RWhall
I' reaped of grape Juice a naii-aarahollc
and non-aerated beverage, and will e*
egHler the *an. after on.
month from the 10th day of Auguit
1*11 unlr.1 Mmr paraon .hall In th*
noaniCg gr' leUgg m duaucate t" "^
a' ir. omc* "f "ppontion of luah r.gi*
11..linn Thr tiadr
rtfUcatlon al my oHIrr
Dated thi* lath day nl A-.-
M W.laUAMS.
RafliMiai al Tied* Mara*
St Jl-3n
TAKE NOTICE
SINGER
T' .i sisnER MOTORS I.IMITIlt ..
HutMh Company. Man.ilarturar*. who**
r.da or hualnea. ,ddn.- |g C-nlerbnr.
Btraat, C' rmry ,r. .. k- > irr England.
na* applied lor in* rrglatration ol a trade
niarb tn Part "A of Rrguter in reapaa'
aivrt part* thereof and will br ntilaro
io rguir the ua. after ona inonlh
from tha SSIh da. al Augi.t 1011
imtea* game par on ahall in U-e mrantim*
gve nonce in d iphrate in m* at mv
aatoa al uppofinon oi guek igiaUa*api,
Th* trade mark can be -* on appia
ion It my office
D.itrd thi* lath day of Auguat IMI
II W1I.I.IAM
nf Trade M.in
Loss Sugar For U. K.
Mji nu lar I nn-.
Maurice Webb Orders
LONDON. AiiKi'it 22.
SugBi .ilhKatiffi' :.i Brltili
re to be rediii ed
iis part ( the IK ti . nn i t'
jplan to mrtall the dollai bnj *U
. piogiMmnie J watt announced b>
j Mr. Maurice Webb, the K Ol
(Minister. Fit it priority on iiigur
].-1 pplicv will tie a,iven to the house-
,hold ration, which will iein.nn Bj
IlOoz. per week, but rao-
j also have their sugar supplies n.'
"The Mim-ler regreta these pa-
ductinns. which halve been made
v only by the country*!
*horlane of dollars," *a.v* the
Bfinounl ement. "immediately the
balance ol poaytnanta pennlta, he
supply ol -niKar to munufacturert
aiII l>e increased "
The onnininc ement has beet
reel ivi-d intli iui pi li and dismay
ii. the British f"ti industry. Lora
Lvie ptwaMenl of Tata and L>la
commented, "It is a eiirioua MilOJ
Hall I!.; !, to I
dollars, yet at the same Inn
pat 11 ifneaj wnii Cuba '"
igai- with dollars.
"If we had adopted a proper
policy of getting more Cm]
sugar wc would not havi I i:
position of hnving to rely
dollars for rniaair, I cannot say how
this will affect our (Hltp *
we do not yet know wharl he
:...lui tdOD will be."
Mr L. G. Harris, aft l
ihe i a tall of f.rrai
llrilain. aaU I'1 Baa leioeni Is
a complete aurpi ! and :
I inelplo maint.i.
since rationing began, v.!...:. ||
that the allowance to Hi tAJ
establishments has been In pro-
portion to the dome..tic ration
.If
U.N. Ready
To Continue
a> Fnw Paie 1
sume the ceasefire talks, intei-
rupted a week ago by the Com-
ii iti but flatly refused to hold
-lit new investigation. Mi- reply
was to ihe broadca.ii Handed
van b) a liaisim mllcer to Ihe
Communists, it said that any new-
Investigation "could serve no other
purpose than to continue this un-
justifiable delay m Ihe armistice
ncKottations."
The statement issued bj hit Ul-
'iirnatinii Oltlce said, sin..- thi
time of tin ieport nf Uus allefgad
Incidenl .nut initial mveatlantwi
by the United Nations Command
liaison officers (who declare.| the
Miciileiit to be B 'frameuii*'! the
Communists have had more than
mpk time to improve u|Mi then
f-tjijcittic of the scene at Kaaaong.*1
I'.P.
International Bwln
18 new
world n..
rueia. Boliv i.i. Hi ua K
nesta. the West Iitdlee, and |
Germany a* member*
After I three-tlay meeting, tl
swimming authorities al*i n tl"-E*e*nexl
viewed facihtiet. and plans for the
Olympic meet here next >.
Aftei tome discussion. East Qer-
many waa acceajted by the organl-
zation and can participate in the
intemalional meet along with Waal
Germany and other member
national I*. P.
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GEORGETOWN, Augmt 29.
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pacial rneeitni today
i.....Mil to supply Ihe
..., nut), ui with 2.000 tons .>(
ice In four ahlpmenls of MM) tons
onthly beginning from
.et.icmber.
The E.G. Gov.uii. racotvad s
gbla from Jamaica on Munduy
king for 'in- IwVpUea of l.OOC
i n.i but Hie supplies i.n hand makv' tu
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KAKBADOS ADVOCATK
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HARRISON HIT 164 AGAINST QUEENS
James Williams
Scores 43 Runs
IJisiioji Takes 7 Tor ~'.i
i at the C
Ml Hnt mini

11
Koxer Told "Slop"
-Bui ViahU On
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i UtTOON REPOkfTINtj rill. AOVENTURI'S AND MISADVFN-n-Kl WITH 1TM PAMOUI STUDIO CARAVAN



4 73 runs.
i an excol-
wling

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4
count

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wd. in
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the. (;id and jaw
uncon.
between lbs low<
. I

tig right in fi
When i;
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until] BluiMd
I
i i i him
'

Liinchinit
Although no putt of Nelson's body
A. Alleyne joined WUlii ,. touchlni the
rung later t M hitV(.
i
>il Not rieet'
i'"' N One* 1 lm him i
...
r.-Ei? '
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" S" Allur rhU mil rtakM <
' i
. IkiIIi nol out.
lkl| ,. Willi-m.
, ., chance at SA, R N

At 140.

, ... lull,,, m | wild g|us. It Li my belief Unit the Vic
* Wor'" con, who flail.
Hi loi.uiiiii rwlnp, nol
!5*eDer G I tlcular clubs mentlom
... i *m .... buttlnl ""' dsspMs II those whi to
the unpopularlta* ol th.. winner. In levei pi i
" the K.imo Lay, bandlcapptd b] thej v i ...n endea
'" rut loft rw. WU outfought
The DrltUfa dsfost
FOOTBALL THIS
EVENING
-i nuhMi-t
lUy will
fi.otbull match ai
I O'clock this evening.
Represent in,; the i>land
Griffith, F. Met
Ion, N. Medfo.
Daniel
Arthur Peall says
THE mil DUTCH
MARS tHt ShOl
KID GAVILANTO
DEFEND TflU
Again*/ Billy Grcham
new v
The welti
Ga<
item, the

*n Gavi-
ottsrntcit to take





h two ten-




13 to S.
I'.P.
Eti
Contact Is about naif-bail.
The freedom o( a met! ,. ,
hot win leave n attractive blue.
D Ej press Service
"YOURS
BEAUTY"
NOU M//>0
put if back ufcnf the Druid* left it."
Londun Exprw Service
English Football Opened
\isnial Shares Paints W ill*
i iihliici >lii Id \l i li'iiilnir\
into touch before
Third Coal
The third goal of (he match in
I6U1 minute wji scored by
Trinidad Scouts
Play To-day
A team led by Mr. Robert Parrii
will engage an eleven of the
Second Point Furtm s.
of Trinidad lH ;i fOOthal] match
which hSSJni Si 4.4B i>m. Bl the
i r ,.
I to h
inilda th
ltundolnh San
Negio hum New
.......
iii-hi when he outpuni
All 1 .. the .'' ..!
i dii-mlddlewMgh) title Eni ll h loccei
By PETER DITTON
LONDON. August 20.
. allow does in i r make. If that pi
nt, l- spplied to soccer, it is tru<
thai bj s team In action dui ii
ndom anytime in the at tiarllj
obtain an accurate picture of the strength and
/orwi.ii ,i particular team
,
lm ha .. i
ftsK i sfsnx ,
nd Hai i -
ode tods
Mi- Part
H.iVIIC ..
Browne,
....nd. f niv- an ihi aid well, 2*?* ^L,t
rlh my one- particularly Holton who scored JJ
flolton from a pa by Porbi
. m ii it .i
tho mlii thai H had
had It" Aracnal nisi not have ~-
hsd the etyh but thai ertal Muxweii, K. Brewst,-. k. c.r.,.i-
..,. m foi II.. Ia.-k .1 i ..Ii with ""i". l';1'" '.
and the Dsvoalsh, u ReM, I I'airia and
ffuddertaeld daCessM threstsnad R. iiajTiea.
errun. piiii Fortin Sea B
. in the 3Mh Kimkit, L. Etnptlste. N. Bl
minute therefore cams ai aome- j j;i|,iim. i. Lt-.iie, v M
hough it >>,!,. |[ Sewnath, G. PhlUlpa. P
' As"n Netcombe and K Cons)
- g.KKl centre
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Victorian Exhibition at Bar-
bado* Museum 10.00 a.m.
Court of Original Jurisdiction
- 10.00 a.m.
Police Court-s 10.00 a.m.
Cnrket (Queen'* College of
BO. and Harrison College at
Harrison College ground*I
12.:t0 BJB.
Poi| ball (Bigbnrjr Bay v An
Island XI at Oarmon)
S.00 p.m.
Table Teuni" (Queen"- Collet
va. The I.landi at Y.M P C
- -8.00 p.m.
i mmai
1.1.0B1 rae ii-.- I em a
I '.Mill
} Hei
'
I'l \/ \ C.rl*t'l
I 1 Mill .....If hi X I-. .hi
roi *i lafcai i'i
Kill' 1 p m
II \/ \ '' (.r.nr
I aSab Set
TERESE
BEAUIY
SALON
aJaOrsfSf si.
...i.i K. I.mls .\ ( .,
i haitaa of
i:u- i Maw II Intar-
national
ndtanl
experl-
i HA mi nkoi:

d ^1 runs
At 4.3...... W I i

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in tin live i it
9
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nee when Allev

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: "KlHgi
Vfc JackBon (9-73)
Leadn Race
For The Doublc
: < .\. A ,i; .: i
\'iv JACKSON, Loli eaterahli
I ,,;..ni all-
round) r, leadi the fletd In the race
uhla" |,0M i im and
nte.- i Cngiant
..... ally h
lay of the m the ......alng u> the wlnga but b
.,
u | Jtelj
,! pro ped
iiv to Ins upporten or the
The Kesl
naindan or Um ArssnsJ last sssaon Thstr forwsrd une
: m wai composed of the tnu- East and clsvai with inside-ieri
.od-lui-i. 11;..Mil the star. The defence i>
8 UP to the satiu .standard bin
a/lnc-half; Hop* th ctntrr-hal MrEvoy !'"
to sain
em ..II......Red -i with indcnce
>m mlnent, but the
"",l1 Th. aacohd-half was von poor
overdci rtun> ,n(let the thrtlla of the ilrnt
45 mlnutea sad '>< might have
lonsd for thinking thsi
i inythlnf bul frlsndly.
Huddcrafield on this form
have no ralagaUon worrie similar to those which besot thern
week by week to writs
i analysla on one w othoi

I
Insj-us of s.
On the form displayed
Rinso
WASHES
Quicker/
gOod pluy.'r ..ii IhS
; ing iii tho
(i rulstently
Ai enal Peld, to op
tlon ol Dve othai third mlnuU
1
:""f,''i si! t. king i Ii...... owsver, Araenal
had lo in. nh Ihalt
tion on II ... i .. ., .
atriUng example ol Ihi
Utra which attai ra t to the rlaht-wln
oi i i .
i di n, from nftsen yard
otter'cui .. .,
ti,.- net, Hu
' had only Itemsel I
this Koai. f<" bad mj of then
bean
i
kman SI. The
ickct.
be<
defend! t followed Ihs ball to i
cornei Oaf, the) imild
YESTERDAY'S
WEATHER REPORT
I'min Codrlngton
Rainfall: Nil.
Total Rainfall for montb to
date: S76 Inches
Higbost Tomperature B.f> T
Lowest Temperature: T4JI "*
Wind Velocity: 11 m.p.b.
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.032
(3 p.m.) 29.866
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TO-NIGH1 i '"' lbs raasfA-e laso
. abls Tennis Tovman t ssa
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HI i at i
in 11 at v m P.C .d o'clock Four tuch up-ai
wen in the ii laalnat H
fot British Gulai i \ ir Ray

MoOBUl und
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David Boa i land
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lai hfcPrn n, trsn -

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down the i "-iti .ii occupied lai
, . . Go
.The)'II Do it livery Time
mm Bv Jimmy Hatlo j
(HE DRAV.'is'S-ROav, /MSKERS
JOF JBWUL WET ARE-TUE VERy
QJlNTESSEKCE OF 6UAVE ETlQJETTE"
T UOlV TAKE A GAKDZR AT H S
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j^nlraT hardware
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DIAL: H>18
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Your eolnureds arc i wbitei whiter
hen you use Rial
out otfthe din. make your cJothes
so thoroughly deal u s Riaso
for brighter, qukfcef tcauttt.
a-tf--w-
RINSO for all your wash f
OKlM4W44WW-:
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AMl'l-CORIK ISIVE 1\I\T
Iron and Steelwork I.....>. i-orrodi beneath \ coat ><:
BOWRAN1TR. Proof nr-iiii't hrat or rold. the corromlve
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is iim.1 bl laiglawnri ahtaptai ln,'s- d,,rfc authwiti.-a.
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