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PAGE EIGHT mini w.oAIH.K \TI: W.I. Batsmen Fail Against Middlesex Middlesex — — 311 W.l. (for tvkts.) 237 LONDON, hamm THE WEST INDIES, having dismissed 311 runs at Lord's lo-day, lost -'.ght wirkeis fol reply and finished the day 74 runs behind with iwo first inBingi landing Tha WrtI IndlM claimed tit,!,.. %  U Middlwx vfckeU Ihu momWan '"•" %  SIollraaai U w Uw ins tor 83 run? in an horn I dttplai bv Sh.rp. pravantloa Ihi >•""•' "' from anoint the iii.p m ii.,'' %  "'• w <" l !" '" %  cheaply Shi.p rendered his ude •*>.<.'" up the 10U in ail minutes ivu-r with an innings Tl'ESUAY. AUGUST ZS, HSU IIMII LOOK ON / / &Mll>oa of four hours for 72. Tho characUr of his knock may be estimated from Ihc fad that ail his five fours came during his last threequarters of an hour at the crease. Brown and Young, who ahared in stands of 61 and 43 war* hit>est With a bo off Mots. i. look the fourth I ,*... .... U i Oatsman ra in sst] ouble. and b> tea the total had aMBkH IS1 -.wihout further loh Slollim-yrr Out With 12 mm udded uftei helpers. Valentine, the slow leftMoilmeyer. havinit survived hander. proved the moat successful %  uocaaanra googles from Bin*, fell bowler, his last four wickets coatlog-before to the next ball, a top ing him only 29 rum In It oven spinnar. He hit ten boundaries in and one bull. n slay of two hours five minutes of splendid and almost faultless bat-| Baa Start i,ng. The fourth wicket added 15 I The West Indies made none too la ',5 minuu~ promising a start, three wickets Weckc* and Wakott played with i falling for litly-four. Then SloUinusuul restraint against the good | meyer. who scored cleverly all lua|lll glowi • %  Sfoua| round the wicket, found an enterud at 158 W-.Iii.ii played forward •jtch to the wicketi v \l III: THF.Y II W> i:X(HAN,ii:D tkelr *reett.i> to see how the • iU hluianlMere oar rated. Hrre Williams .it lllur* Johnson are Intereated onluoKr Ihrii • IU ta Barhado*. Hli the folk ...k hume the u.m rmmr out flyoV Will t it. John < .oddan* "Hoogles" %  U attM r SNI nben of the tram put Ihrowth .nil edged With %  >ui for three off Sims Weekes completed 52 in an houi prising partner in the strong d mg Weekes and together the pan put on 85 in "5 minute* l*iorr Stollmeycr fell leg-before to top spinner from Sims Stollj.nd 50 11.111 %  but Daxt OVM h ineycr's innings, which could be wai caught bj Compton at sillv numbered among his best, lasted inid-off. He had hit eight fours, two hours and live minutes and Christluni ..it discriminate)}. Included len fours. Two more but at 188 h< lost OoilMB. Compwickets went down for 24 runs, an tmned in UN attack and three including that of Weekes.who was h/a a from o ball by him sent up more subdued than usual during 200 Youni' wlfl cloae set u stay of an hour and fifty nunMtacktng field made scoring ditneight boundaries, mainly drive* and leg hit*. Christian! averted a bad breakdown though he should have beeicaught in the gully when Sit After Lunch At tea the West Indies were 127 for 3 The crowd of 12,000 saw throe wickets fall quite cheaply after lunch. With the fifth ball of his third over following the resumption. Mess claimed Ttae's wicket The Weil Indian, after shaping tv play a defensive stroke, lued t< withdraw his bat. but Instead edged a catch to the wieketkeeper. Marshall and Stollmeyer brought the total past 50 in 35 minutes, bin then the Middlesex slow bowler Sims, in his first delivery bowled Marshall a* that batsman played forward to a lugbieak ..I perfect length. Rain Worrell just had time lo %  .•"%  his score with a single when ialn %  lopped play for 20 muiuUs ll was his only run. for with Ihi fifth ball after the resumption Warr bowled him Worrell tried a rather wild pull, and missed the ball Stollmeyer was not upset bv the fall of three wicket* for 54 and Weekes soon settled down, driving and hitting to leg 3 crashing fours off Sims. A beautiful leg boundary off ult. tloddard left at 20n. caught In the slip*. .'ii was missed In the fully and partnered by Johnson, •• ridded 30 nini in the last ten aU ll H el The West Indies, 237 for ltd f. tlnuJied 74 inns behi id w Iwo wkketa In innd Tin Seori"* Mil.HI 1 -1 J Di*r. b Vala.ni 1 Roetfbon r V Brewti mi", i w. .. %  • a v.u.,1 %  %  Wan Hueb Va i\\\ne 'I-I %  W.l %  mi Vouna b 0 BBM T.*i" In %  wlekel* is*, i na. c mi — Keulrr BRIGHT CRICKET IN JUNIOR GAMES CABLE & WIRELESS scored 214 n/ns lor th.loss .. tour wicket* in reply to Wanderers' 125 for ..:i t.. placi road Kor yietorj when ihk KM bagtn la.-: Satui Flying Ann Wins At Arima (By Our Correspondrnti PORT-OF-SPA1N, AUK 28 The results of tho opening day of the Santa Rosa Race* on Saturday follow: An in. Slakes— % "arloag*: < 1) Flvinn Ann (123. Lattimert: (2) Mr. Pip (12). A. Joseph^ <3> R|U| Belle (123. Lmcfimanl VUltora KUkes — !> 1 urlons, (. Claaa: (1> Babybinl (123. A Joseph), (2) Bullscye '12S. 0*Neil>. (3) Tornado (126. M C.mzale?). Traanpeter Trephy If Claaa)— rarlaags: (D Katia (123. Singh), (2) Top niht (123. O'Ncil); (3) Sinbad (120, A. Joseph). Cipriani Memorial Cap — 1H Fufsengm. A Clasa: (1 ) Ocean Peorl (113. M Oonralet); (2) Jolly Friar (121. Yvonct); (3) Blue Streak (120, Newman). Nuraer) SUkea—Dlvlaion A. Z Years Old. S t-urloiii*: ( 1 /.e.igle (118, LatUmcn. (2) Brindor (US. (' I.uichman); (3) Zenana (lift. Newman l V. Do Lima Trophy—U Claaa. 6 ra*iea*a: (1) Rosalind (116. Stewart); (2) Suuglee (102. Lutchman); (3) Tiduc (12fl. Yvonct > GreR Trsphv -Claaa C. I Furlongi: (1) Midtitaid (121): "2, Brown Jack (129,: Crnrlna (I2fl> Coelho Trophy—Claaa F. "4 Far l Honeymoon (126. A. J.-ephi: Kismet IH CFMeU)) ci. Miniature (128. Yvon.i). U.K. Football Results LONDON. August 28 I-ootb:ill iv Ms Untl OlvUiwi: Stoke City 0, llud.t. i %  Tottenham Hotapur 4. Bolton Wanderers 2 WoWei Wanderers 2. Derby I llilM Division: Cardiff City aaenonefler City l, UMcesteiCity I, Birmingham City 3. Sheffield United 6. Swansea Town 1. Third Division, *S,>UIIRTII I brlttol Hovers 3. Aldcrsliol 0: Third oivuion. (Northern] Oateshead 4, Carlisle I HaUssut Town i* luiitiv, Q HariivpooU United i. VIM, ciiv i Slockport County I. Rotterdam I'nitcd 3Reuler. Spartan balled all daj • i the lOM the Enpin F. O MeComle topscored with 49. I'hurmon made 4U. Chase 30 and lhiyi.es 30 Of YMI'CV 149 few JI| against Pickwick, (.' McKen*ie had a brilliant slay ;it tin wlckat baJEDtl he was ciiught by Ooddard off i .: nuu D Oreenid %  ,. i : f O B Lewia, PlekwlckAi -;i<>w lod it %  tuns. %  %  Of 101 IO! tie loss of I Glllrna r Hlnki b Htnn | I. H-.lv i cn*Mi> %  tdBej W Jammnlt ilp^ 'Jonaai b "*al i KatUMWl 1 b w b Scaly W Clarke *lp1 out |m*l INO ANAl.VSIR O M. H W (1-ahM S 1 a> IS S II t I Ham. 1 I 4S I K SntIB I M S %  WlllUn u n PICKHK K \. Y.M.r.t V M PC 14 I'lrkwlrk (Tor 2 wkU.) 161 % M i0 i-< imins. I. (ii*ni b O LasKlty 4 b O.-lOarTt • %  %  kin h f) tjiahi aaant i> i. sa %  ii a %  it lararii 0 out > i. I pittU IS Ii (,jt*innr i lioort-rd %  Rdwarda 01 .utf -J I*I1 I %  not m.t .... 1 Eilra* I TOTA1. 1S aotUM) *KAI VW PtCKWn-X !• %  1 "ima f ill I h k I1..HMnuli mi' nil* H rai*B run nut <-.. M.I i nt MM See.,.id llnmnii THO lluhiiirii Scorr it uiiirn %  -, l' 'I ICE took advantage of food wicket nnd scored 311 run..) in their nrst midnas against Lodge md ot the Cricket i.iaichej %  tarte*i on Saturday. I' L iing nearly the whole day were all Ait from the atari to make a big score. Their opening batsman Blcmnan laid the foundation for a good score when he knockI #d up 44 and the runs came -(iiukly when C Brandford befan lo punish all Ike bowler' until he | aag run out for ljn. Another century wej I % %  H B. Lashley for Pickwick when 'hey played Central at Vaurluse ; ..shley made 112 ar-d C L j Cheesernan 62. For Central, L. O '.Vood took four of Pickwick'wickets for 06 runs and at the end o, play Central had replied with 35 for the loss of two wickets. At the Garrison ih e Kegi.iu.-i t rained a first innings lead over ( ombermere when they, (Combei. Dsere), ui their lirsl innings only 'Managed to score 33 runs. D Brath| walte pmne-1 the schoolboys down UMl touk five wickets Regiment In their turn at Uuwic ket knoeki 'd up a quick 133 and sent Coml-ermere In again. At the end of play Combermere had scored I run lor no wicket. l<-e"-iir also got a first innings lead from YMPC at Beckles Rood. Batting flrst Y. M. P. C. were bowicd rut for S7 and Leeward replied with 12, (hike* 25. Th c steady l-owling of G Archer prevented i Me Leeward batsmen from coml iling more m • and at the end I Leeward flrst innings Archer had lu hii credit eight wickets for 48 runs. When stumps were rown Y M PC had knocked up ; 1 runs for one wicket L Francis helped Empire lo bowl out Caiiton for 90 runt. PrancJa uik aia wickets for 26 runs ai.d the only batsmen to do -nything were B Edghlll with 26 PTMI G. Hardini 19 Empire replied with 95 lor three wickets n' the end of play. Tlw results are as follows:— Carltam and Empire at Carlten Corlton 90 (B. Edghlll 26, G. Harding 19. L Francis six .'•* 26) Emjiire 93 for three wickets. | M.P.C. -i Qhiywlirui JIopA •ach CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. IK. 11. 12 and U Broad Slrwt. Too >Ian\ Figs LONDON. i" tag i; and itg* part dont .... That la the reason why 1.200 Urns ui llgs valued al 1260.000 artlying unwanted In lUniatrj a| Food slorcimicin Hi .t "Figs and teeth don'i go together." said a llUalgto "' '"'"' spokeamen. "Fig seeds get under tin* platan," the oAVlu added %  p*a ui tins countrj an iaearing fre<> National Rat vice ialae teeth. The tlga are In good WOnl keep |bn 'i the Ministry of Food is gctiina rhey will IHauction shortly. —* N | BU .,. .,,,. t \lll.t. \ WIKFI.FSS \. WAMltRIRS t* .iinli'i i i. . I tt (able i W IIi. -%  i-.i 4 wkss.) .... 211 Wrvvnrnrns i H i> Alh Brankar A a snip c C tawtaw b R \ l.< KU b OcrnHM h i. l-i* la-* i %  -aa .. DM Krnflp %  It C. a Lawiaw. n i I%  %  be a !<* %  • %  %  4 l X 1 Cm SB, s lor O. 1 • (or SS. • (or I as MWI DM ASA: They'll Do It Every Time •— By Jimmy Hatlo When Childr en Are Thin SCOTT'S EMULSION HELPS THEM GROW STRONG Thin weak thllJrtn wha need mod A*D Vuaaska) oVelnp >ii Vuainins. Ii's a Hirniifit, good •oaora i :uui.•, Aal> Viiamti lauiag loaic 1st SCOTT'S EMUrSION H/GM ENCRGY FOOD IONIC MOVIES ABE m I i i u THAN i \ i.n EMPIRE THEATRE GALA OSENINO SEP* 1l and CONTINUINO h'i Gtaal %  iiT.-ii.ii. : II' A MUM S* : ruTELiYou ABOUT MRS. PARADINE "I'll hang her if i mux because I am Ihe Jitd/tr. but man to man, she's loo lovely to destroy' CHARMS 1AUGHT0M 0<\£ -f THE SEVEN GREAT STARS IN DAVID 0. 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TTESDAY \l CIST M, 1M The Truth About McDonald Bailey (From Our London Cwrrespmiilenl) LONDON MCDONALD BAILEY rutowfty % %  -iinnpii rtreak" lad "tinbrawn bullet" ben a perhapsas Britain's TrmuLi.l i AAA c t...iiiuii.M. h*t.IMI'II receiving plenty ol \,And not all 01 il has been favourable. Mac undoubtedly one of the bag DDt been having too happy a time" wiin the AA. Boys" Veiled rumour* have bavn cfcvulatlng Ui i av been inquiring into his amateur status. Mac has been nutting in insn> appearance* in different pant vt ihe country TI U months. Manchester. N< Dublin. Wl I had an opportini. %  tartest man In nV ir.f his paces Tv.. A A.A. havs ban iiiK how Mac nan bean Mbla t. spare to nuch tune for thenappearances. There have been *uggestions. thouiih no) oflV he has stepped outside tha stats* ol an amateur to carry en KH cements. BARBADOS ADVOi in rsc.v: niRir Training For Life l < iiljtionships of scho-.U to councils in The Importance of developingthe children of village (UStnctl tu IU Ihem for life %  eneraUy and for their future I* in the Community, was stressed by Mr. Frank Ogle. Director ol Education, when addressing a laitfe gathering of delegates and other representatives of the British Guiana Village Chairmen's Conference at the Mi-Gillivary CM. School. West Bank. Demerara. last T sssdaa •• %  • det taring offlciallv open the 49th annual Conference meeting and urged that development of the rural areas rested much upon the educational development of the children without Whom there would be no people. He warned that they must be trained not only to pass exams but rather to be educated for life in WUen pagpaeW he hinted, the Department of ^duration was planning a curriculum for the schools which would be an education for lifemore than the present kind of curriculum which had a tendenc> to res', on books than on life itself Pointing out that only a small proportion of the children could hope to become doctors, lawyers and people in high ports, about ten in every hundred, ha asked what or the otherHe said that they must have m training for life and he hoped he would get the support of \illnge Councils and Village 'en outside leaders in the new curriculum. | in %  flUatlc whhh he said might be termed a %  revo.uUon' In the education given in the school* of the Colony. The Hon T. T Thompson was %  elected President of the ConAll K.rt But take it from Mac has been able to get around the country uecause his employe!. U r. S| kmad him | to visit t*ie /aiioug unhe has been running, trf-en KI\ | 11:.: -.:. II .,:! %  :l.n; in his spare time. I! haa not been ssstocktsssOl that Mac's business triphave Aitii his running coin: That has been arrang%  d I" Mr. Spiers who takes a area! .n athltM one of the few. presumably, in try who are Interested In Britain l>etng able to hold her own in intvrnational competition. It has .dl bee?, perfectly legUflJuggle your way out of this %  • %  •" MftTlLIt Most Oil Produced By Saudi Arabian Oilfield (From Our London Correspondent) LONDON. THK US PUBLICATION "Oil & GuJouXT il thu. the Saudi Arabian oilfield of Abqaiq, discuvcrcd in 1941. is now producing more oil than any other single field in the world. Its current production rate is put al 450.000 barrels daily — equal to an annual output ol 22 million metric tons. • This comparts with the half *-, . Hritish-owned Ku OeologiHts Survey >. new-win !" Take Away Veto From Foreign Ministers In Council Of Europe vommetr i,il and! began as recently as 1040 t. Fewer Beef Cattle In Jamaica JAMAICA August 28. A ready decline in tl.e number of beef cattle In Jarr.ai-a since 1W5 has bMi noted by the JamiTPn I % %  • %  >• %  \ -.eintion The number of cattle slaughtered OV tba :atnawiruMi hint Incrensed considerably" 1 The Livestock Advisory Committee which recently reviewed tha liw-iock position found that herd* would be dangeiou-l> depleted in the nex' f.w years unless efforts were made "o reduce the number of animals slaughtered each year antt accord-ugly the Coomm.tbre, which is a Govern men t •sponsored body, his decided that ilaughtering through out the island should be redoc %  I by 5 per cent immediately The Committee feels that this reduction will meet the situation for the time being but If in the future it is found necessaiy tu make further reductions, that will be done after consultation with the Jamaica Livestock Associut.on and the Chairmen of the Parish Committee; of the Association. Beer cattle population In Jamaica reached a peak of 180.000 hesdx in 1045 but is now estimate.! M I64.0O0. Slaughterings have increased from 32,000 per annum in 1945 to 48,000 per annum at present bout world famous atfc'. Wilson. "No one can seriously maintain *nat Sir Donald Brahman did not receive considerable indirect financial benetit from his magnificent performance*—apart from the gifts he got from wealthy patrons tons innu It ik Inlereaung to note that the %  nost prollfli Venezuelan oilfield. Lagunilla*. whet*piodur started In 1928. was re-..: ilucinx .it %  rale equivalent to an annual output of over 2d million metric tons, while output of Ihc K.is' TtXai Held, for long the ;aest prndueei esponds to an annual moof 14 Now Peter Wilson. Columnist of the Dally Express has taken upon himself to defend Bailey from all the ugly rumours and whispers thai persist '£?& -';;: DecpInBG-8lnteriori^^^-,;\,riS, BtiS 8BVs"Srffl %  '*>—• su, n^rt.,JJflBrtlftsss ,ttsrs nnt one wit so long as he mem has recently embarked on ft representing 17 million doea not flagrant!v exploit his *uivey of one of the least known skill for profit. i,r,d most inaccessible arous ol British Guiana. Wealthy Patrons Two survey parties under Dis%  I think it i* time we stopped Irict C.eolog.st of Bnrticn. Mr. putting our head* in the sand E B. Pollard, set out recently to commence an investigation of ttw Upper Cuyunl-Maurum area—a survey which will eventually extend to ti.iVenetuelau boundar>' It is proposod to cut a trail to ,., I 1 w 1, l n 85352*] ^ Abqaiq-s present OUtout is eomMekura Point on the Cuyunl. Tlio in g f? 0 m ol.lv 45 wells out of a two parties will each begin from •Golf Blues" used to be offered i P? int • nd gjj a Une eventuallv good iobs on the Stock Exchange: 1 Unkln *t U P w,lh McJl <**** some of the lilies of the tennis Tnc cirogn in g UBI I when comIgwni ..ho tollci not neither did pipte w ,n provide access to Uio tnev -in" (except on wet courts) area j^ men aiK i mppUea and have made more than comfortable w ,il be used aa a "base line"' for incomes out of sporty lirms" i ihe whole expediUon "I defy anv ai*;i i plavei In i iTiereuftei both parties will tlieae gays <>f BliUsh gtfuetie povcommence a syitemaUc survey of erty to say that outstandiiiK pro,i,e area. Mr. Martin Kaye who a/aai hnsn't helped him or her in recently joined 'the Geological material fashion Department after having served "So I most certainly hope thatlwrfli Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd.. .in inoividiMl wiicd-hunt won't Iw'will later head a third party directed against Bailey let himiwoloh will Uivesligatc the sedialone to get on with his running .n entnry Knleteurlan series. __^____^_^ TIM parHftg have their own! Iradio traiuunltter and rao Mail and supplier, will bo carried ,i by montlily charter plane It la expected that the survey will take two years to complete. BIBASBOUIta, Aug 2 DM ; I ranon pni tooay ssnlad i:i. |an Ajgrabs> to i>ut an end \j • %  FOfStgn Mitnsiei %  power of vi: ), in tin COUOOll <•! Kuiope. in a mochaBi inesflh on die OonuniUsjs ot UlsOatai upper Houat tha I eil, Rcq Burgan Mud declared: 'Do m MaUS ll. :ik that these men will be able • I i[ < .1! ...I.' %  ol il Held |f 85 ompleiio I'. mllei long • %  !! I I \. ;ire between fi,000 and T.om) feet deep and 0.000 |: Chamber Of Commerce Suggests B.C. Should Take Part In B.II. .niiidine.n Ui the report of the Aaaeiubly s v.encral Affairs (Politi.-al) Comalttce, asking the Corgauttaa to presant nt the next sal Ion of th< I i posal \u changi u .1 *..iuub) mppiess,i Ins 'he right of veto in the ( < %  t M,lusters. Kai Wiktmnd (Ce %  appealed to the Asaem%  Otd conHicl bftj] not uiK.iiue along the : ad toward! beUai collaboration ny words and mutual recrlm: Georges Bohy ocata tba i %  daral UnuHi darnanded .' %  A-semlily for propaganda, i %  : UM < !""' %  bul i waril %  %  '. i: %  I'M': tmunitf fiohjr taid, i i for tha take al 11 1 am fitJeialist because 1 want Juror On Bribery Charge \ Altermath of the La Penltenca | Punt Trench Muider. In which three were condemned to dieone has since had his sentence commuted to life imprisonment— was the appearance of John Sukhal, a Juror who sat on the third retrial befoie Magistrate A. R. Dlckson on a charge of offering bribe of three dollars to each of two other lurors empanelled with him. Jacob St. Kitts, one of the two Jurors whom the Police alleged were offered bribes, declare*! in his evidence at the preUmlnar\ inquiry-, that the accused offered him three dollars and said "Man tuke this and see It we can harp the accused persons in a manslaughter verdict '• This offer, he said, was made as they were pro< ceding In car to visit the loqur in quo, on January 23 last. St. Kitts said that he told the accused 'no' and wa present when the accused made a similar offer and request to another Juror. Edwin Sears, who also turned him down. The accused, he said. had admitted to him that he had gotten the money from the son of the accused Rattan, who with two other sons, Lackhan Singh and Harpaut Singh, and their mother Seerajie. were being octused for the murder of Mohamed B.C. Student Gets /i.Sr. Degree Mr. Rowle G. Farle> Old Qulanssw born Sena i UV Goes %  tnenl Grammar School. St. obtained i' i Eci ''loinlcs nt he London School <>i Bconoittlcf. Mi IPresident tu w i Studenta Union Of Britain and raa representative of the University of London ,ii the Inl I ealional CoOtaftocOl In Switzerland, Denmark and Bulgaria, as collaborated with the British Council, the National Institute of Adult Education, the Trade Union Paint Export Sales Higher using All. a t %  minder. Th Weather Kill \\ KM SI JsL Sun BMM i, II p Moon il.-il quarter) September A Lighting: 7 Uu p m High Water: 4 JH p m i.. SO/t TB8TBKDAV Riini.ll -t .iili.n %  i-.nl las. Total for M ea t la Ved.i U .i i s I : Temperjlure iMax-i H. r .0 F Temrerjhtre (Mini "JO I Wind Direction (t *.m> I. (3 p m ) I Wind VeliH-Hy: R miles per hur Barometer II a.m i 29.M7 (i P i ;n wi Export kales of Limited ftinialned tiuouah Hiring arrangement with a driush j 1.1mi concern. Under this agreement paints are produced In England under the Canadian Cotniiany's formulae on a royalty basis and are then sold under the the Brandram-Henderson label As n result of the loss of export %  iiurkets the company fiuffered u net loss of 112U.15S in the fiscal %  ear ended September 10. 1049. The agreement with the Bntiih firm, states Norman Holland, I'resident, coupled with cxtemivv %  peratlng economies, has enabled [the company to again achieve •lontuble operations. OEORGim IW %  The Georgeti iambi %  i assnares i iraelj n i orasnended thai British Otuai a ihosiu lake pail in the Hiiusii Induiulai t in to be held In IH.'.I and has decided !VJ thfal VUM to I HFB i D i nen 1 Tlie matter me up lor ausjfaaIlon Ihnuafh .. lagter I i Colonial Seeretary, the Honourable John tint-h, Inloin i ...i ibtr U Mi i %  • 'onunlttae, Uonds i. h % %  I • -.. Coloru bed take 1-.iii ui (in F.IJI Hie Prssudent, Mi. H. G. ...... Biandrem-i'"'" make h.unipe %  in! I.I i :• in the debate. Lord Oil (Conservative) speaking Irotn Winston Churchill's place as his ui Wiii. Immedlftt Europi'an !• i mtiieved by a mere stroke of the *We see no reason foi | a foiward to solutions srhlcfa hav< no hope of success." "On the other hand.' 1 I will lead nowhi-!' u %  Ung \\,i' adiourned until later today. —IsjBtW, % %  %  i. %  nufactl' n g to |y the ti| %  thai thej I.I. a -..i ent rcvomutendinh tinl trticipatkm In iba I and Co-Opv.ativc Rah* fttlOfuU Committee, '.he Mlnistr> ol Education ^,i\d the Local Education Auin devising courses not only for the Workers' Educational Association, but also for West Indian students with a view to the development of Adult Education the Caribbean Colonies. Mr. Farley is the son of Mr J. Fnrlev. Adult Education Offli --srt up at New Amsterdam, Whim. cer. B.C. No 63 Village mid a: Skeldon. ORANGE TREES FROM SURINAM Surinam has made a further contaibuUoD to British Guiana Mood rehabilitation plans. The Ihitch OOlOny hafollowed up their jpn of 5,000 coffae plants with 2.0on otsnge plants. Heavy rainfall late last year and early this year wreaked havoc with fannerv grop and the Government has since llien been doing everything In IU power to replaee these farmers on u proper foot inn This recent g\H (r m Surinii-'. i-rrlved by K.L.M. plane last Sunday. Director of Africultur--. Mr H H. Croucher, explained that the plants had come for budding purposes and were sent nerbiee. Nurseries will be First African King To Visit British Cuiana || l< >V.N. HG Aug 27 The i.ist of African Royally <• visit British Guiana wUl ba Km-; Anyanwec Ogueii of Ameze Obldl ]> Owcrl. Nigeria, who Is expect. ii hi .,'n,( i.i. fortnlgnt He Is a gnniunte of Adelphi i ollege. Garden Citv. I.ong Island. New York in political sck government Hisnnual the beginning of a Caribbean tour to study the social, economic lOC political life of West India \(n. M gi %  • m While In this country he will b.irii II I D.DS.. i Daylight Films For School' LONDON August 28, Daylight film ahowa in elementary schools will be the next step in modern education methods in Jamaica Through the British Council, daylight | screens have arrived In the Island and will be put into service shortly. In The Ghetto llv WMIUI S. IHUlETT 1 oMiON A i he poi ( pee i %  today in unwilling member of OUlntll I! Ogg. < %  I ivaliM%  nbei %  • 'I. I ...•. the 'itie of Viscount B lUl Of I % %  !, %  L ed M uli m, rartea l/"i %  of England. i'h. %  i %  His father. Lord llml-ham. marIsughtsi "f Judrt mble Hi' wn i.t ad in 192S. %  rd ChsnceUor oa Fi plain* Many dubbed him "Wini %  %  doubst H because of hii n Mai %  %  10 Winston Churchill -I N MAIL TfiAlNS INTERCEPTED BERLIN. Aug 28. Three Western Allied Commandants In Berlin announced today tha' they had protested to Soviet Occupation Aui.mntie' against 'Soviet interference with il mail trains." The announcement said thai i reply had yet been received to Ihe protest letter tent to the Berlin Representative of tfM stovlet Control Commission on August IS. -hauler HU A i r ....I that a due %  iinri> .'I his patients • %  -.. a 'Oom h laps out seien mateheJeX %  i %  esjtr i %  %  I' tf-IVf* in I i -1 ptgrg %  U a catch nil tnpoaslDl IVOtlLIBI %  %  K I ha was .1 the %  I I psg %  %  ling Nival %  ran, a %  hen h< SBBSJ W. Ree-( f 1426 least. lih V raster. Hi I >vner %  >! the n .1 l y iini % % %  K | Pi uli.mi i n. JkCag ..,'• %  Mbfraaani dVxkVaagM \ '• '• •' X I 'tv rhei a %  ,i. ...... .. The nUUtg keep H %  re-ii" # t unit nti1 aauah "il %  Bui A % %  %  %  i rout r.th '.la %  THEREFORE : T I'E do-'ior iinds that peopU'a reiKiioiw u> naat be .< > ,.i nr no thtv race % %  %  m. i M \riMi . %  ho in life refuse to lace ft ;m*lrni \ the doctor rise ii t-iii i a* .L. try 10 break 'he walh which %  Mi, rKH.R.in Hit wrL ul paopl* *ho let'K i>* M< solu'iun.. ehteh E Dot really %  rhe '!: I OI.K. he m ; SM Dei who geek al rayi lo understand moie ftDMI IhaftV n-les the peopl* M*. -. me.', snd the world thS) Ufa :n In WHY Wi; All AS WB HO. *>v I Vu'ld > Work fa*. London E*pi'i nm v )CKS wHtotcAno %  I COUGH DPnnc i/ase!i l-Mi MAS HAIR TONIC DROPS. vssttiai tasiaawsii u %  i-Fl i.o-.-G'S CCtN FLAKES FOR BREAKFAST, SUPPER AND BfTWttM-MEAlS. 1 tth pb (onl.i.1 Ml flei.u.i hlpiFiji l^t i.w sfgsa !* %  **< Ii9m |K pak| |BH lit* ho*l .. mi limn *'d (ml. 3 w.ih asal o. casaaassl %%  !*> IO UtU. ihflp tit moi* noufiihm) than *n • j) d oit Itu. 4 K.lle.'. C* f'/... las!* liult MM* ol ••> t.,-( J ftssa, old % %  ( rewsf flNka lo DeiMiliu-ul ii LOO thut he *lll in-'"' %  %  lehlng i rrom dot' • ',.. i irl bbaan and randlng r to tinKon i i Admiral llarbey s n< • nent will be comniandnnt of lh< Slh Nuv.il l>' UII • .".'I -..i.i ,i %  North i f the Weslern Sea 1-V.i.w i viin gftiUas, WashII. Ion. Admiral Battaaj ul i>> s.in Juan sin • ApfU -t" %  i,. iii ui \ v hnani on Iba Wtl plaia nanci nan M n 11 h • n I i %  %  tour ot duty iny Admlrid in thl %  his lime h. | .1 i.il %  '.i I IVH activities gnd "'' well-known In business, novern%  rri and social drel* Among lb* proiacti svasla h I'ueilo lliui are u..loins. Boath A i, Puerto it.. ..ti wiitei undid* defense of the Carlt.l-. |noa-1 f for Ii-..: % % %  tahllnhment of ft un Bed Air ami Sea Rescue *y*teiii : kno-.vn .n time what Admiral il m Ol dered to leiwrt as the Command .mi oi the Tenth Nv.r Mstiiet but Admiral Barbaj ha that 'he Navy 1 inoaram of ni'iperalion with • wdcrK and fssT i • vital A At th %  sent t N In Wnshli | W i 'gt|i i K %  Amnliikiotih Landing %  I Ifttgf ol :ho Seventh F -BOEO ENERGY FOB JILL WITH... RELLOCO'S COIN FlflKESI NEW RELIEF FOR ARTHRITIC PAINS But nw treatment does more than MM these terrible agonies. A new product. DOI.CIN. hits I rented whieh not only glx-e* prompt n In t (r..m p ainduo lo i|... "vnipioiriH of .rllirftis and rlieuiiiutiain. hut nlso .'ITerls the metnl>oli< proi rmmt— whu h lonatlluto a very important imrt of tin. rheiininiK state's bSH kaycasnd IKH.t.'IN lint.o thoioiivhlv tente.1 in m..ti. d n. DBl.'!) -KM.I -. (It'tlMl LTD. I • %  %  IN ealrendy 0 -'.'.'.'-'--,'%  ,'*'. I ll'/ftfg/ 4'r*r ',;-,',',','.% DOROTHY GRAY !'• %  • i.il pi |i U ll (I.I II romplrle l,,.k of oVcliui C|t I -.,.... I Slr.-el. NOTICE Wi; Atl. PI.KASFD TO ANNOINCK Ili.it v,v ore once a^nin In a position to Supply the following . I'EACIKK & BUCHAN •HIKOIf; R<-J Rm.fini! Paint 'a $6.17 prr RHIIOI. 'EXTFJUOK miSt (iREEN" sprrially prepared for the tropics 'a 7KI per gallon Seeilfe Yours Fnrly ns We (>n!\ I• ivr A Limited Quanlit> IMiWIHN(i ESTATES & TRADING 10. LTD. "ECKSTEIN BHOTIIKKS" By Slrwl BridKclnw



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PACE FOt'R II Wtll.MH 8 xnvncATE 11 I -l>U \l (.1ST 2, IMS BARBADOS t. 1 ADV r OtfTE IH. InU Si. MpMk Tuesdaj. AMM 29. 195" Call It Rationalittalion H> H. K. BBatSSSBBBa, M.K.1.4. MI \ IMIOH VHEN the Government of Barbados welcomed Trans-Canada Airlines to this island last year, something was started <>( immense potential importance to our economy. The decision to extend the runway at Seawell to accommodate large airlines was the next step. There followed the advertising of the attractions of Barbados in Canada. So great was the result of this advciMsing that during tin* last winter season. Trans-Canada Airlines had to refuse tickets to potential passengers because Barbados could not supply accommodation to meet their requirements. This summer the enterprise of nine hotels has resulted in an influx of tourists from Venezuela on such a scale that it is expected that hotels will be unable to accomnnHlaUm-xt year's tralnc unless new hotels arc built. fti August there were bookings for nearly 300 Venezuelans us against 150 for July. The package tours are successful. For some time now the Government has been tinkering with a bill to aid secondary industries and it is clear that il this bill had been passed and encouragement had been given to the erection of more hotels, this island would have benefited financially this year. Today with the approach of the winter tourist season, where do we stand? Are we to lone tourists because of the slowness of legislation to encourage those who are eager to build more hotels? It cannot lie difficult for a Government toencourage hotels as secondary industries. Legislation has been passed to this effect in Trinidad and in Jamaica and these Governments have wisely agreed to let in certain materials and furnishings necessary for modern hotels and to exempt from taxation for a period of years, intending hotel proprietors. Grenada has already provided in •laEastern Caribbean an example of initiative in encouraging the erection of a luxury hotel. Grenada has beaten the pistol in erecting such a hotel before the vulume ol tourist traffic had reached anything approaching the peak it had approached in Barbados. In the endeavour to encourage tourists, local businessmen have not been slow to co-operate. Advertisements in the Daily Press are written in Spanish; shops have pasted up Spanish signs; efforts arc beng made to secure the services of Spanishspeaking employees in many firms to welcome Venezuelan tourists. The Barbados Publicity Committee has distributed in Venezuela brochures inviting visitors in their own langjuage to come to Barbados. Anyone who has visited Seawell recently must be convinced that when the runway extensions now being carried out are completed. Barbados will have at Seawell. an airport which will be the envy of manv of the other West Indian islands. It is possible that with the geographical position of the island and good atmospheric conditions, Seawell will be able to compete for "stop over" air traffic as the gateway to the south. But it is useless to encourage air travel and visitors from any country in the world if Barbados cannot provide the accommodation which they expect to find on arrival. Now is the time to build a modern hotel with a capacity of 100 rooms and an architectural design which will permit of expansion as the need arises. There are investors enough ready and waiting to build such a hotel provided that the Government will guarantee them assistance by favourable legislation. Seawell must not become a white elephant. The door to expand our tourist industry ami thereby increase employment lies open. Will 'he Government walk through? i it is 'seen t'i-1 UM well and does in luatMBi * it should i md tinb the utilities give rate* that The Editor jsked me if 1 would merely carries*, and so help to mOdlAid wh like to comment on this Act which spread disease* like typhoid and grinding Its way through unriulant fever, bovine tuberculo(set carry oi. the machinery of the local leg!**i§, septic throat and to on in MI laUvc mill, and .a %  mom.ru of Iii my experience all these lc*.il i optimism I < I mi fllllj agreed to document* seem to have one charuc it it is w> do M. 1 seem la have u habit i in common, that thev U.ed Whe: light hearted I.v undertaking to do endow sorr.eune with very sweep* Iffuami sei \. something thai proves much In* powers that are practically fair to all concerned, it is difficult tougher than I thought it would never exercised. In this respect to see what sound arguments can be The Act is a formidable legal ihe Public UUlity Act now before exist for natiorulisation, though d'~ laaMBt and I have always found the Legislature appears to be a regllb-tongued demagogues M the mysteries of the law as hard UUvcly modest affair. I expect ally advance more or last plausito follow as I believe lawyers often most of us have tried at one time ble reason* (or what they want And the technicalities of engineeror .mother to really digest the It do. It is an evil day for any lng. I have heard some criticism small print of an insurance policy country when uch an irrevocable of the Act. both for going too far or the verbal convolutions of a and far-reading step can be taken and not far enough. To my noiltitle deed or mortgage on land I for no bettei reason than to prolegal mind it seems to resemble have sometimes wondered if In mole the p-rsonal pa satis*) and Acts now In force in the various the event of being so unfortunate position of i ->wer-hungry poUtlProvince* of Canada, and I believe as to have a lire. I should be forced clans. In C. nadl >uch Acts have that the great majority of Canato pay the insurance company for certainly no proved step* to nadians would agree that actual exwhatever thrill I had from seeing tionalisation ' inted to and ion and even milk. administer the Act is a! i respon< ita The idea of regarding milk as a sible for seeing that all i ales and trikes that disrupt definitely the senior "The first is against the forces of havc „*iuch lire-power as their partner beach unwillingness to Communist Ho Chi Mlnh; the r rc n< : h. equivalents Anti-aircrolt take generous chances and the second battle is now being pre, iaM „ T ies have made their first French legalistic mind have combelng prepared—on invasion abetted or led by the legions of Red China; the third battle, xugent and complex. is political, and It has to be won if the West is to establish relations Indo-Chinu on a sounder moral and material basis than the past lack of nn Asian policy has allowed. "The biggest reason why the first battle may be won. and why the second will either not take place or be efficiently fought by the West, Is the French expeditionary corps." In taking stock of France's military position in Indo-Chinu, Time reports, "It is the French army which Is keeping Indo-China out of Communist hands. In IndoChin.i. France has committed onequarter of her navy und more than half of her flying pcrsoiskel Her army of 150.000 includes her flnest professional officers and troops, who would be of incalculable value in Korea and are desperately needed In France for the defense of Western Europe. "These 150.000 men are tough and efficient soldiers. Their morale, considering the punishing climate and terrain of jungle, mountain, swamp or flooded rice field, against an enemy who consistently flee pitched battle, is surprisingly high" Time reports that the military situation in Indo-China is nol bad "A bleak way of putting it." Time states "would be to say that the situation In southeast Asia had deteriorated so much that IndoChina .'merges as the West's strong potal m thep.nt Of llM world." Counting ihe strength mul iiirluence of the Reds, Time says batteries ha appearance IsiaSoB *JI T€M1.Y'H Thought THERE Is a rhythm at events thanks U> which a man. having completed what he set out to de, lingers amid the gesMres of activity; he finds It hard to realise that hi* da> Is over In fwntasy he sUII pur sues tinround of active movement He rannol a e e e p I repose; he does not know that he Is dreaming; the harmot formed by doing and . being eludes him. JACOB WASSEKMANN. tuned to give the union a rigidity which threatens it with strangulation al birth. "Nevettlieh-s. Ftenth lorce Indo-China is buying lime for Ihe West It alone can sway the %  ait -.. I >eei and the liiM axiom of U.S. policy here, therefore, should be aid for the French army. It Is sometimes suggested that the French ought to hand over total independence to Bao Dai and evacuate. But two weeks aftot the di n.irture of the last French i. Idies. a Communist government would rule in Saigon, and the Vietnamese would be sentenced to a worse tyranny th;.n was ever dreamed of by French colonialists. "Another suggestion Is that Vietnamese pxkUUca be left in abeyance, and that only French power be reinforced to crush Communism. Hut tins Idea defies tin one prlsJcipV which the West cannot ignore: neither Eurojic nor Asia cm be permanently defended by outside forces. The> em be helped, but they must be able and willing to defend themselves "This." Tune concludes, 'is partly an lido-Chinese civil war which con nly be completely won by a majerlty of a free i>eople inspired by a national ideal A Vietnamese national army must be built up by the French which can evonh..illv replace the French, and the kindly, intelligent and sensitive peopla <•' Vietnam must ,. elf-respect of free men The K %  viable solution thai will bring them solidly Mid healthily |.< the Western side HT OLD MAN'S BVAIM.I Bl r.rs— fntl* S.<*> trass • as, *i wi" TMKRK are exceptions w every rule. In the potrgl way you may not care for thrillers." Novels about hunted criminals and hunting police, with no stinting of gunplay and no time wasted on stippling-in the line shades of character—these may not be to your taste. In that case I propose that you decide to make an exception on behalf of My Old Man's Badge, a thriller which is way out ahead u: t he pack for quality and is the first of iti kind to become a Book of the Month. Let me prejudice you in its favour. HARD-PACED It is plain-spoken. It is hard-paced. It wastes no time. And it knows its business, which is to grip, command and keep alive the inierest of the reader. To. lay down this novel, after reading its first few sentences, calls for a positive ai d difficult act of self-abnegation. "It wasn't the gun's fault. It was mine. My hand was shaking as though I had been on the booze for three months, or as though I was u rookie cop who had Just killed a couple of men. "Which I was." Already, then, at the end of Paragraph Two, the reader has travelled a long way into the dark heart of this story. He haB made the acquaintance of that promising young lietcctive John Francis Malone, whose strength is as the strength of 10 because his heart is pure and he can drop a half-dollar from his hand, step back, and drill It with his Smith and Wesson. HE IS IRISH Johnny is Irish in a way that only oldfashioned New Yorkers still are. He shoots with aplomb, remembers the teachings of Father O'Flanagan, and has an eye for pretty nurse in St. Anthony's Hospital whose name, as sure as there is Rock in Cashel. is Mary Kiernan But. let facts be faced, there is more of the New York police force in the Malone blood than there is the Ould Country. Johnny can remember that day he saw his father slip his pistol into the holster and swagger out of the house for the last time. Should he ever be in danger of forgetting it. the badge he carries in a little leather case was in his father's pocket when he fell in the line of duty, shot in the back by an unknown man. Almost unknown, at least. "It was a man by the name of Hoffmann.' 1 the commissioner tells Johnny. "He's some where in New York now. Malone. He's gotmj to kill you. too." Which is another long stride into this story FIRST JOB For fourteen years, Rudolf Hoffmann, i young, revengeful German seaman, had sworn to kill the whole Malone family, proving the seriousness of his intentions by liquidating Malone pere. Now an anonymous letter to the polio department shows that, with the passing ol ihe years, Hoffman's opinion of the Malone:; has not mellowed with the years. It seems only fair, therefore, that Rudy should becomr Johnny's first assignment P.S a detective. The trouble is that the New York policlicc cleaves n Meanwhile, lable number two way through the thousands of in tin* baccarat room has beei sightseers who nightly gather prepared for play A brass rail. outside the glass-panelled doors breast high, runs round It. to watch tile celebrities. The sound of lyres sereamlna •* %  %  "nIfM III .igiials the rapid approach ot T^HE croupier sits in the centre monlhs' play, it earned 450 King Farouk nl the wheel of a %  %  of one side of the oval table, francs. huge, black, American car. his back to the wall Chandeliers When the king has his first wlr Before the ear has finished are switched on he leaves the chip on the table as swaying he has jumped out. In single file seven wealthy the stake for the next game, dashed up the stairs, pushed by Etryptlan business men, who have When he loses heavily he pulls his royal bodyguard, and fairly ben mvitol to play with the from his wallet his lucky card— meed thrmiah the rssrtaiirant tn king move round the brass rail, the king of diamonds. He puts It BBM ussg sTOlrrorad gorridor from Wh. n -,i\ l% set the king is told. In front of him on the edge of wmch ine *..mi>.iiig rooms branch. Ho saunters into the room and the green baize face downward: The comptroller of the King*,, takes a seat On the right of the then doubles hU stakes purse by this time has been U> croupier. A small table Is placed When he winN he laugh the glass-top counter, whispered by his right arm. and coffee and heartily—and jokes with the with the cashier, passed over his a bottle of water are set for him. loser. money, and departed with a stae* I'lay besiins. It is chemin de far. London Express Service Our Header* Sa- : llounp Rvporl hove to be started all over again, liter 1 added those comments %  tbmit the Vestry of St. Michael In the debate on the Public Utilitie* Bill, 1 am made to leap uiih iH-wilderlng agility, and for '" %  no apparent reason, from the Ga. The Editor. The Attt Silt.—In the debate ouse of Assembly on Tuesday Company to ltSaviS&m£n Iwt on the Resolution for a sum of blan e lhBl Wlll ^ BUa >hed to to repair certain schools and tho t | ie members of the Executive breakwater at the "Princess Alice" CommiUee instead of the Dtrecplaying rteld. | am reportc as Ior of Highways and Transport ;aying that the resolution w 0 i M y remarks about these gent'were made when 1 referred equal distances on the same rout ob'ained. It appears that chat | principle has now been change so that the levelling process coul I D* carried out upward". It was then Unit the wamin" as to where the blame would fall was given. R. G. MAPP. Crick.-i Vene To. The Editor. The Adwocate, SIR,—I think all the cricketer* .'erses. so that the resolution wai cadly timed and stating amy ,„,... „ vic tumm wfirn Km — m chief reason for Wing H that U the recent announcement that SSt !" included sum of S3.1M.35 had ah-ady cerUiin bus fares would ne increas, *,i s m > version. been spent on it by the St. Mich, flnd Mid do nol JHJ^ The cricketers c ael's Vestiy (16.166 35 %  • the that any such increases hav c been WMl sum I stated) and an inventujatanciloned by the Executive Corn. tion was being conducted In that mlrtee; if they are not. I would Vej.tr*' point out that just as the GovernIn view of the nature ol the nient proposes to have other pub-drbate which followed. It is best |j c utilities produce their books that I correct this incomplete etc.. before thev can increase their report After saying that 1 did nte* it should do the same in not agree that It would be a waste t nnectlou wHh the bus concesof money to spend thot amnunj sionarles The Director has stated on repairs to the breakwater. 1 n,.it there will onlv be a "levellint; quoted from that part of ths lip of certain rates to those for Addendum which read: "As t Is corresponding distances on other likely that heavy sea:, durinp tha routes, but it is in effect an lnhurrlcane months will cause ^urcrease in but rates, 'her damage to the i % %  < %  .'.-r H is proposed to effect the ,, ;1 ~Sometime ago I wrote the sary repairs Immediately", and Director asking that the rate for went on to say that we were alpart of a certain route In St. ready in the middle of the hurrlThomas be ."levelled dowr." to cane season, and It might prawe tnat obtaining on another bin a bad time to start on Uiese route lie refused to entertain repairs. Heavy seas migh: .-,one the idea, .and I subsequently it the time when the work on the tattled questions on the matter and >uler protection for the \*.ll had leceived replies U< the effect that do well— Idles proud as H They stand supreme to-day In Test match they show the way. Valentine and Sonny Ramadhin From different lands they come Worrell and Weekes. Buhbalsn boys All unite to show we ain't no toys. Rae by name and nature too Can wear n blue ribbon, it's true Marr^all. Williams. Gomez and Woloott Stollmeyer. Pierre and Jonas Eat up all de meat, and only leave bones All de cricketers did bat fuh true De English cry we dpei* want no more Three cheer* fur the Manager Skippci and men. Cricket forever—world without end. O HOAD FOR POOR JOE. just started and repairs \*uUld the principle ot equal rates for August, 32, 1950. Da COSTA & Co.. itd. DRY GOODS DEPT. IfOfffs s si tn Aim SAMPS CARROTS BEET ROOT BEANS ASPARAGUS TIPS CUCUMBERS MAYONA1SE WHITE VINEGAR BROWN VINEGAR Swvet Counter BARS CHCUOLATE BARLEY STICKS BARLEY si GAR HARSH MALLOWS SUGAR CURED BACON CANADIAN F.GGS J. A K. BREAD Order To-day From G0DDARDS Fruit in linn PEARS PEACHES BLACKBERRIES PRUNES GUAVAS APRICOTS PINEAPPLE Moat Department SHOULDERS OF IAMB 54c. per lb BTfW BEEF 36c. per IB KIDNEY He. per lb MINCED STEAK 54c. per lb BREAKFAST SAUSAGES 0c. per lb CAULIFLOWER. CARROTS BEET ROOT Speeiah RAISINS 1 lb Packnges 50c. NS per m idc.



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TUESDAY. AUGUST M. 1K4 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE W.I. Aid Children's Fund £100 FOR CHARITY. (From Oui 0n COrrvspondmi i Eleven West Indians in London last week raised £ 100 foi • hanty. How did thev do it? Bv playing cricket The occasion was the annual charity match between %  Wes: Indian XI and Bromar (South London) Cricket Club for the Mayor of Camberwell's Children'* Holiday Fund. Captained by Letiric Constantine. the former Test player, the West Indies turned out a strong side, although naturally none of the pre-.ciii touring team was inctuctKL The match took place at King's College Hospital Medical Ground. Camberwell and a (Vne crowd turned up to see the West Indies luittlng.flrst total 13*1 For this score thc> were mainly indebted to ErtiMt Eytle < Ilr'tish Guiana* iind D. Westrass (British Guiana) who In a third wicket partnership completely mastered the bowline Eytle scored 3B before being run out and Wcstrass compiled a quick 53. To the disappointment of the crowd. Leane Constantino was out for only 2 runs. He received received a good one before he had had time to get his eye In . OK III M\ "V. ,,..> Police Rwnd At Industrial School To-morrow M EMBERS of the Police Band are back on duty after a two weeks' vacation. Their first engagement was to have been for the St. Bartholomew's Girls' School Bazaar yesterday evening, but this Bazaar was postponed owing to the inclemency of weather. At 8 o'clock to-morrow night the Band will play at the Government Industrial School for the boys there. A popular programme of light music has been arranged and some of the Band Cadets will pla> solos. S GT. G. REID AND SOT. B. KING have been appointed ]i*pectors in place of Inspectors Bourne and Springer who left the island recently to attend a couise at Police College, Hendon. England. K ATE EDGH11X of Station Hill reported to the Police that she was beaten by a man unknown to her along Baxters Road on Friday last. qfIIE POLICE are investigating X a report frOm Marjorie Marshall who said that the received an anonymous letter on August 11 in which the writer threatened to destroy her house. L ISLE DAVIS of Walkers. St. George, reported the loas of a stove from a room in his yard at the same address during last month T HE LOSS of a pig was reported by Muriel Scott of .Farmer's Tenantry. She stated that it was removed from a pen in her yard on Saturday night. t*OtTR CYCLISTS were charged 1* for iidlng without* lighted lamps attached to the .front of their cycles over the week-end. Of the eleven traffic offences recorded only two people were charged for falling to stop at Major Roads Two conductors were charged with carrying passengers in excess and a cyclist for holding on to a moving vehicle. A motorist was charged for not having lights on his motor vehicle .ir..i another person for interrupting the free passage of traffic M RS. ELEANOR P. BAKER. who assisted in rrvivlng the Women's Institute at Ellerton Village, St George, returned to England last week by the Steamship Oranjettad. She was In Barbados for over two years. Mr. Freddie Miller. M.C.P ussisted Mrs Baker in reorganising this Institute. A FINE of 10s. was imposed Clairmnnte Nurse of Ellerlon, St. Georgeyesterday by M (' W Rudder. Police Magistrate Of District 'B'. Nurse was arrested on Saturday ;it Ellerton by Cpl Cyrus and charged with using indecent lanKuage. Sat. Inniss. who is in charge of the District 'B* Station, prosecuted for the Police. t Irum i -Hi* ~L< tori un.i ua) IM i-uvt-riuiinii la TuUor's answer was. ll *^ DM needed because a was not in tne best of conailuMi. it w*s sold lor UMUU Tne Government was not paid lor it. Why One Hut Only In the eighth question Mt Tudor was asked wny tne pet son who contracted to remove one hut dla not remove all tne huts. He said thai the hut which was moved by contract was a large one. The other was small Replying to Question No. I> whether any material was lost ana if so, whether It was recovered, Mr. Tudor said material. had been lost, ana it had noi been recovered. Why was th Building Supervisor not made responsible foi seeing* .nOar the taking down, removal and re-erection of tne nuts, asked the tenth question, and Mr. Tudor's reply was: • l ii not think It was his job to Botii Mr. E. D. Mottley M.C.P. and Hon'ble V. C. Gale ML.C ii,jilc suggestions as to how the reply to trie Government might be drafted. Mr. Mottley said mat where the vouchers were conned. 11 should be pointed out that the Playing Field being a rew venture, it was not clear to Mr. Tudor who was the Head of the Department, and he therelore satisfied himself that the i/ork was done and passed the ouchers for payment. Question Of Economy It should also be pointed out that the services of the Clerk of Works were terminated at the end of the calendar year on a question of economy, and therefore the Churchwarden saw flt to supervise the work and pass the vouchers for payment. Mr. Mottley then said that speaking for himself, and he believed for other members of the Veslry. he could not say that he was satisfied with the replies of Mr. Tudor relative to the huts. he would suggest that they could suy that Mr. Tudor had the Impression that he was giving out the contract for removing the large hut from Seawell to a responsible person. Portion of the hut was lost during transportation, and Mr. Tudor sought the assistance of the Police to recover it. but it was not recoveied. One of the iftita could in Mr Tudor's opinion serve no useful purpose, and he had sold it for fJM.OO Mr. Gale said that in reply to tlic Government about the vouchers they could only give the answer that the Churchwarden had given. It was different where the huts were concerned. Government were saying four huts had been handed over, but the Vestry could only account for three as far i Mr. Tudor had explained to them. In addition portion of one had been stolen No Satisfactory Reply In his opinion, said Mr Gale. t'tey would have to reply that tiiey had not got a satisfactory reply from Mr. Tudor about the huts, that to the best of their ki.owledge only three were received, and Mr. Tudor said one had been in bad condition and had been sold. The Select Committee Is comprised of. the Churchwarden. Mr. Gale, Mr. Motttley. Mr. Tudor and Mr. Miller. Its appointment moved by Mr. Fred Goddard and seconded by Mr. Victor Chase. There are other questions t^. I answered relative to Queen's Park, but these were not dealt with yesterday. After the appointment of the Committee the meeting was adjourned siste die. Aid Plan For Korea PARIS. Aug. 2 The National Executive Board of the United Nation* Educational. Scientific and Cultural Organisation to-day decided to "give all possible aid and assistance to the %  Uon undertaken by th United Nat loas in Korea." A resolution passed unanimously at the Board's meeting: In Paris nstructed U.N.E.S.C.O. Director General Dr. Jaime Bodet: (1> "To relieve the need of the Ivtllan population in Korea vtthln the llelds of education, icience and culture by means of emergency relies? aril, at Ohe .ppropriate time, by a reconstruction project." (2) "To use the resource* at his disposal to develop a programme of teaching about the United Nations, with emphasis on collective security based on respect for law. The resolution appealed t> governments of member countries, U.N.E.S.C.O. national commissions and private organisations and Individuals to contribute to this action. A further resolution authorised D> Torre* Bodet to send a mission to Korea at the request of United Nations Secretary General Trygvc He to find out the needs .of Korean civilian* and to provide educational supplies on an emergency basis. 1.000 Bags Of Rice Come On Franklyn D.R. ONI thousand liags % %  %  vet His week-end i>> the Schooner "* ndth/a n R from British r.uiana The vessel .unved undo the comm.ind <>f Capt Ira Scaly. It also brought 85 tons of Brawood. M0 bags of charcoal, 2,081 pieces of sawn grcenheari. 100 bags. Of moulding salt and 350 wall-ba im iWher intercolonial vessels arriving over the week-end were the Julnar and Sun Ida The J liner Is paying lu third visit this month It brought 166 packages of fresd fruit, M buacssta of plunge m bags of c.icoanuls ha fumcia only brought eight bunches of fresh fruit The Julnar is consigned to Messrs. Archer MoKcnnand the Guntcia to the Schooner nin •. Association. TheReoiiinM Wallace and MMnose Mar .iVd for British Guiana vhtle Ih EnttrprtM 3 left for One House Falls On \ not her After High Winds mrtvin, well t "Specialist" Takes Sugar Huh London Airport WAN Illness Oha Akenaua II—Oba of Benin. V\.,i Nlgrris. He was accompanied by his wife (one of many) Chan tkeniua and daufhler r Kgbenala Ehama. The Oba Is to hav r a six weeks' tour which has been organised by the British ('outictl to tiudv local Government 1'h.ilo shou* GtsM Utrnruj — Ih. •"Hf—seen wearing a native hair style and head-dreM. with |fce OBA In the Background on arrival at London Airport — f: i pri > Jockey Club Controls Racing In Jamaica BARBADOS HORSE RACING differs from Jamaica* Mr. Joseph Armond, a member of the Jockev Club of Jamaica and son of Mr. V. Armond, Managing Dtractoi This vessel i : 14" tons of lUflai foi • K Although rain fell for i ..'t.ei pan si the daj the SM IM lighten srera ibk go oil! to the Spei laUst Two vteamship., arrived over the week-end The I 109-tori 111 iln ('apt. Tharaldsen. arrived frnm Si Viin-rnl with 144 n -ui.ir mall and v bag< % %  ratWsjrtd It also brought currants, sultanas, cotton and rayon bed coven.. rayon and silk lace, lube ml ,-( Ion Bhnrts, cotton knitted shirts, cotton under-shirts, mouth organs, ironware, hunting knivr-. i.uni. < A miXai i!iarhtn.r>. food stufls. gents and ladles shoes, cotton earn, rubber sandals, preserved canned ni..d. paper bags dress natlcrns and rubber hose Sharp |s)owan (ell Cy and continuing midday. City workers urtd shoppers wenmarooned for an hour or mci In some of the country district •orne strong winds accomponh at Walt, Village. St George, whu unoccupied, fell down about 10.30 am yslSSBaj |, owneil by ||.MHih ( Uirde Nfka t preeent m Canada It is understood that Uu 'as damaged during ihe ba t weather last year and was leaning on IM ie side .-ve, sine* was also badly in IH*.M ..| ,...,., When it fell u stnul. belonging to Bson Ev< WatU Village and damagM it speightsiovvn s^qsMlancad thuu der and lightning during Hi. morning. In St James it also reined daimg the morning, hut r *ed shortly after midaav rain fell u si Andrea Thomas. The DtsMct f s*.,:i telephone line at St Joseph la 0 The SS B-erh Hill which arrived en Saturday from Montrtl liroughi 6 706 bags of whr.l Houj for Messrs Simeon llunle t, Son Ltd. and 2.981 sacks of flour for Messrs Hull & Son It also brought rubber tyres The Beech Hill Is consigned tr M i Plantations Mil and the Buff'Td to Messrs Hol--ri Thorn 7,000 Tons Of Copra In A Year From Jamaica Court Of Appeal i.K-in.; d.i> But the Jockey (Mob of Jumei< I was the disciplinary body that nut rolled racing. Tne Barbados prize for the BIJ Sweep of $44.1)00 was bigger thin any they had paid in Jamaica. However, he said, in Jamaica they paid three or four prize units in the Big Sweep Instead of one. i.t is the case here The average first prize in each %  >( the Units was about 19.600 Their Sweepstake distribution rights In Jamaica had just been bought out. Mr Armond sold, by a foreign sydnicale and it was anticipated that the prize in the December sweep would reach million American dollars. Thus the first prize in each Unit would be worth about seventy-five thousand B W.I dollars Minimum for Sweep The Syndicate had guaranteed a minimum amount for the Sweep and a percentage in excess of the They tions which will take place there on September 18. 1950. With respect to local crops, he id that the price of cocoa has iw reached an unprecedented price of 320/per cwt. and if this price continues after th* cocoa crop begins, within the next 8 or 9 weeks, it will be u great boon to the island. Weather conditions are verv favourable and augurs well for tho general crops of the island. Arrangements are afoot towards making provision for tourism, and already, a Committee has been appointed to go into the matter of Improvements to the Grand Anse area where it Is hoped that the land will bo demarcated for playgrounds, bouffet. hotel bathing booth" and other amenities which the area will afford. jndertooK ibution throuKhto handle Ihe out the world. Under the new distribution system tickets for the foreign market were being numbered in two rerles so that for $2 B.W.I, or $125 U.S currency, a purehaser would win iwo prizes There were three thoroughbreds that could be classed among the I finest In the West Indies being raced In Jamaica, Mr. Armond said. These were Mark Twain. | Zacklel Dean and Footmark. I Footmark might soon be raring i i the West Indies as he has been itercd for the Trinidad Derby in December The three major racecourses I n Jamaica at Knutsford Park. Marlie Racecourse and Fairfield Park were all bigger than the Garrison Savannah although the rrangements which he had seen t the Garrison were neat arul well laid out. —Beater WHARF BUSY IN SPITE OF RAIN The Careenage was busy yesterday although rain was constantly fnlling In the City, Waterfront workers took every chanca they got to discharge or load lighters with cargo Ir the inner basin of the Careenage lumber and flour were being discharged while lighters were taking sugar in readiness for the expected arrival of the steamship 'Alcoa Pegasus Schooners in the outer hasi What's on Today Oils and Fata Conference at Hastings House, .U a.ss. exhibition of Pottery at Barbadea Museum and Historical SsBitty. Meeting of Home of falf at I.M p m Cycle Damaged Trinidad Expeets Good Goeoanut CirO|) The rocoanut crop In Trinidad shows definite signs of recovery from the drought of 1947 and should by the end of the year. revert to normal, Mr. E. V. Wharton. Chairman of the Cocoanut Growers' Association. Trinidad, told the "Advocate" yesterday. Mr. WnarVm arrived yesterday morning by B W.I.A. for the Oils and Fats Conference, and Is staving at the Ocean View Hotel. He said that it Is hoped that sufficient surplus will be developed to enable larger shipments to be made to those places within the Conference area which may be In need of It. The expansion of the Industry might, perhaps follow, If and when a Customs Union Is established in the British Caribbean and those who are concerned with the question of Customs Union, j^ should not lost.sight of tne ne-IS cesslty to conserve the industry |{ through the means at their d's-|\ posal. O Mr. Wharton said that the industrialisation of the territories in the British Caribbean is said to be of great concern to the authorities in which case, the appropriate measures should be 500,000 FEET OF LUMBER CAME NEARLY hair million fad of mber arrived In Barbados between Tuesday and Sa'urdav last week. Yesterday only about 150,000 feet remained on the waterfront. This shipment comprised whit pine, pitch pine and spruce. THEIlt Honours Mr O. L. l.iyloi and Mr. J. W. B Chenery. Judges of the Assistant Court id Appeal yesterday confirmed the decision of Ills Worship Mr. G B Griffith who had fined Arnold Gibbons of Station Hill 10/am. I/costs to be paid in seven days, oi in default 14 days' 1mpr.sonmcnt for waiting on a restricted area with a cart. Gibbons was also ordWnd to pay the cost of appeal wlilil amounted to 5 8. P.C. 131 Easlmimif said he was on duty ii Lukes Alley on June 26 and saw Gibbons waiting by the Alley with a bread cart. He told him that ha was waiting on restricted area and •that he should move He went along and left Gibbon' but when he returned to the spo' again Gibbons was still then with the bread cart. In making his defence Gibbon said that he was accustomed h stay with his cart in this All-for years and had never know:' that he was committing an offence. Their Honours lold Gibbon 1 that he should have removed the cart when order to do so. Obituary: Mr. William I'alimun T11K death occurred at Kensington House on Saturday night of William, son of Mr. & Mi William Patterson and grandso >; l!44 is %  iieatls being overcome w planllnga of cocoanui traai logethei uilh young plants whv'i ere growing at the time of tin imiane. are hsjf||inln| to bo.ir Quite a cr-islderable number of asjsj) it^ ".ave l>eeii importeii into tne colony from St. Lucia since the hurricane and Ihe trace from some of those plants have already begun to bear and so far the yield Is promising. tQMfiTA I SONS .BARBADOS, LTD., BOX 40t. KRIIHsETOWN. BARBADOS I f.S. Workers Saving Branch, labour DepL T THE IST J'.ll.Y .ns.ivm issa nsinuH^KJ > ll*niiUr,l IM II U [I I. 11 KrtuirtUd t e BaAadoa ao>muii>i Paid la HUti.ijcl Wochrr. P.ld lu WotknV AlkiMrr. fki Ossei r>a MM % % % %  iiM n lAI^NCT NY OIHiR HEMS OUR STOCK INCIUMSCUPS AND SAUCERS—All Kinds WHITE TANKARD JUGS EGG CUPS WITH FOOT DECORATED BOWLS MIXINO BOWI.S TEA AM) COfTO POTS VEGETABLE DISHES (Covered) PLATES In All Si/.,.. XIIIHT ill.\ I, PAN8 TEA. DINNER. ;uid COEKEE SETS in a good runpe of attractive decorations AND A SPECIAL LINE OF S i'lKW HI toil lll.lt until SETS \t SII.87 Prr Srt. HARRISON'S m Z TJT STOCK-TAKING NOTICE nuBCAvrmx m Itl I II It TH.l.X J CDMBtt \ USE---;; The rear wheel of a bicycle. wncri and ridden by Ervln Catlyn taken lo ensure that fundamental werV'diKhirgi'ng "cargoes of rice", of Beekles Road, was damafed in I .ndusiries are not permitted to be fniit iirrwood and charcoal n accident with a car at the [destroypd by xhr vuinus compeliOrilv two steamships were In iuncKon of Bay and Beckwic* I tlon that might, be Their hatches were Kept Streets it about 8 40 p m . inadequate provisiocovered during ihe rainfall vesterday I toms tariff. .lated in the STIEFEZS | GERMICIDAL SOAP V THIS SOAP contains Mtrrun. I-jdide. one of the most ^ S powerful Cermirides known and I* hifhly recommended \ ;I I r us* by persont %  utfering from M mp lfi Blaek-hfud I i and Boil*. \ 1/A CAKE At h MI. ii is ma i. sum is Thiri -Ionllll-ill.'-o Thursduv |lllr|HIS|Of TAKING WILL BE CLOSED lo \\ cilm -.la\ 80th und 31st August for the STOCK CAVK SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10—13 BROAD STREET BV ill ii h Mi.IIis i on I.OM.I II nun. II nit I.H.IIIS FIT DURALIFE Auto Batteries II illi I l.i.n,!• Svparalnm tllSI I. ill \<.l While Perk Road. — (ROBERT THOM. LTD.) — Dial 4391



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TiT.sn.w. Air.rsT n, isn BARSADOS ADVOCATi: PACE SEVI S CLASSIFIED ADS. *r ..IMr Irvm. man paint** at General xpilal The funeral will leave Mr !• tHWb.cr. Si* Rnerl.. St Philip. r IM si • pm Friend, are Irvine Unl IMH •Ml... inoibiri. Ain> votui %  RB3J. Ye*iri-n .il i... rMtdvnc*. Chunh ttlt-w SI Prtir Mi. fur ,.. for the 4. rr mvl' Hn Vli lai.iajirtaTi noi pill with healing To the wearied cry d'Pffd Oil. llfr I ihe .ck and d>.lng )!.. n. SupplUant. al TN' mercy arat I'otulanct Uatiill '"it' Clarke mid MfKriKir Carmen F.lfnill Mt* Vrre Dlxan 'daughter*' Deo Di*on Erie MrK*n#i i*or-* In lawi Denl* Kdghlll •cranrfaom V %  in FOR SALE AUTOMOTIVE %  Truck VMM Pak %  !Hl n FIRNITIRK KTTHN1TURK i Auction Room, limped new owing chair* (heap article. Open daily %  ELECTRICAL AJH>INC, MACHINE Barmt iVRAl eleelr chine COM new >M 1 $300 00 at Ralph Beard*. Hardwood Alley. Ptiam r Adding MA will e.pect a %  %  n %  an—n 1 E Krimdalrc rnidiiiAiBX— i unr Partod working Orelei i 'Nolion'. l'-.^-fc* R.1 A Ran* it W 51 Ward. %  o C*-lrl*ri1 gt g*MU RADIO 10 Tube Stuiirl-Warner elartrtr ll-d> in axeellem condition al-o anUehange wUh 100 record* at %  %  Ai| !.•)' ciui.. Aqu.i.i c'.p Any rjay rEm HN aaa w Jr. LIVESTOCK PCPf* Pure bred Cocker Spaniel .'Mr Appl. Mrm O II Scale. A'hburv Pit. St George Dial tSBI. gag-Bo I MISCELLANEOUS FOR III.M HOUSES BOOK OF THE MO\TH /ram page 4. nrnn a %  ao~ -i i n ri in H vonris NOTICE TIIX SURTI UNITtD CO No >J Swan Street. aitd THE OKUJJTAI. No IM Roelm.-k SUeet Centre* for high claaa aporta w h.irsaln price* Come In and mak Dial **m 4.1-1 404 PERSONAL 1 te WWTFII IIKLP COOK-Wllllnalo i homework. Apply: Mi lalon. 'The Nook-. i rut Church UALIFI> E1JTTTR1CAI. FOlirMAN -Apply In peraon and latter lUtlnt •aparlence etc loll E D W. Deane City Oarage Trading Co I.ld., Victoria Mr —I. II • aO—( I n PERSON •us attempts to wipe out the Malone clan It is a full Uory; no trimmings; no false And bis :ihood are as nasty as note; everythi \mn, grim and muscular. may be expected. But not immediately does down to that very laat paragraph which bt> Johnny make up his mind which of his new gins chums is the deadly Hoffmann. No. That "It seemed t shame i waste my last enlightenment comes later, when dangers bullet on a fuv who wat so close lo the end have accumulated and Ferguson Findley of the line, but this admirable new performer, has dexterA Book of the Month that belongs to the ously stepped up the speed of his novel from hard trade* Ai-.l is none the worse for that one chapter to the next, and so on to a climax. Lang an li" Sera lee HARBOUR LOG In Carlule Bay !..-•. Sch Zita Wonita. Srh PTSIK Smith. MV Blue Star. Sch Emelir Sch Belaueen. Sch Laudalpha. Si Princaa* LouUe. Sch Burma D M Caribba*. SS Spec tall* t. Sch Oardcr W Sch Interpreter. Sch Turtle Dov*. %  .. %  h Mar. M Lewi*. Sch Manon ll-Mr ~ Reerh Mill. Sch jT.lr-r %  rh M I Eunicia. Sch Franklyn D R %  RIVALS SS Beech Hill. a*T ton*. Opt Styrln liom Montreal. Agent. M*a>r> Plant* Schooner J.ilm Irom St Li'Cla. Adenl' W L Iuiu.li. 90 (or. Capt J.-epn. fiom Dominica. AacnU EichOonrr Owner*' Aaaeciation Schooner Pranklyn D R U I Scalv. from Bntlah Oulana. %  K'uioncr Owner*' A —flatten SS Byflord. 110* ton*. Capt jen. from St. Vincent. Aden!*: Robert Thorn I'll-w:n i!. Schooner Healnald Wallace. Ill IonWallaca. for MrilKh (;,.i. Aa*o..i.lMn OatX 0ran r A iaoe lat ion Enlrrpilv S 00 ton* Capt. *>i waiiaca. un nruiah %  %  • owner* A** Ichooner flsWaaaa Ma., at t KF*rlan* for Brltbth OuUn. Vhu.ni Mitchell, for Trinidad. Agei. wner*' Aaaociatlon. SS Canadian Challrnder. ].*tl ton*. Capt Cla.kr. for Si Vincent. Ant, ler> oardiner Aunin ft Co Ltd SS Byljord 1100 ton.. Capt Tharald ^ for Trinidad Agent. Meor* Robert Shipi In Touch With Barbadoi Coastal Station Fort Roval take charge of OfReo— le PO.I1II.II rcqiilrr. antiiid bonkkei'plna experience. Initiative and i.jfn.ini Appl> in willing onlt *Utlng alary required toHerbert A nnwdlng. lower r>tat* Plantation, St MiPh„rl MS • % %  POSITION' WANTFIl DRNTAI. TntCHKIClAJ* with over r..n enpe.lvnce In pr>-p*rlnal and ee. Ig all gold Piling. Acn I-' pimeiaing I partial an rd.r.Iuloiia taiai a mlalRy. Modern Techn que u*rd In all *l.w* Reply to Ore, Wllkini, It, Pl.Tor Street. Porl-oI-Spaln. Trinidad an %  50—on MISCELLANEOUS C.OOD HOMIS for Ihree kitten*: I tale, 1 female — Call momlng ..iidtihtr CotUgr. Halting* AND nWl'NSWICK RECORDS -Old Tune*oine CU..ua1. Pop>ilar and Dance Hit. all at 50 cent* each. La.hlcv. Limited, Pr Wm Hv SI TT 8 W —In hTAMPS rued and Mini Poalag* F1^>WF,R GARDEN REEDS—Including I Stamp, of Barbado* and other I* Ian da of Zinnia* 10 dilTrreiii kli-lPhlon l^ipln j -he IIW I Curacao ind Arubn Be*i Smpdragon. „nd Carnation* Knight'* Price* paid al_Cartbbean Stamp SorlHy. ia0-an|N*o 10 Swai itiah, SS Oull Diw. S.S Captain John. Alcoa IVga.ua. S S %  %  —. -*. wiiirmatad. SS Va**ili* solarium. SS Derwenl Field. S S u* i. SS Anrnl.il 8.8 Anna Itakkr. Argentina. SS Magalnne*. II Urniv s s Imancinalo'. 8 8 Sanaa'. IS D-Md. SS Myken. SB Horace Baa, SB Cy.ua. SS Sundale. SS Grant. Spu. SS north VadWg, SS Olon Tuniujn. SS Regent Lion. SS Bene.li, k. Sap-" % %  '"' '" "" %  <-• B SEA WELL ARJUVAIA Bv D W I A I. Irimi TRINIDAD John Rook*. Mr* Jeuie Rook*. Cyril tjlbtt*. Mi* Olive nibhMl*. Muriel Vaid. J.Hteph Armond. Norma Evelyn, N Don. Wondlev. Mr* Oa, W Hot*, lelle. Mia* Dorothy Phillip*. John (thoul, llrib. rt Harrl*. Elmo Beardcn, Mr* Ruby Chaae. Her ban Crouchu. Mr I) A IVrclval. Sir O Seel. KC.H Q Emily areenidgr. Nagelina Mayen. Jo.ai Mavix.. Ingrid ConcliS'. Kennetli Vlnceid%  '....: %  I %  l.,n Gardner. George Hgar. Dorolh> Orlfllth. nVh..rd Wlllli. John Rahr. Carmen Roue. Janet Ro*e. John R.*e. George Grlmlh. StanIrv liammond. Viola Hammond From VENEZUEIA Eva Schumann. Samu Podro. Juan Mnnchal. Lola Marlehal. Blaabaf*, MarU chal. Enrique Marlehal. Joar Dt Vora. Merceroa Caillllo, Fraitriaco Iracabal World* and headlight. O! littT *li>reoca. Intent, ela-iiic ton*. I Pr I Pr*. for II 00 Lathley'* i.imnea. i-r. wm. Henry St. Stl.'90—In I PTNKING SIIKARS ..f Itie nlghre* qiwl lly. Only W " and III M l.imlt.d quantll) See your Jewellac*. V De Um* A Cto Ltd . Broad Street M a &<•-7n GOVERNMENT NOTICES. %  aj H StplrMk. Juaa Unary. Ran->n Peurtamatte Cat*| 'ma. %  *• Emberean. Duarto *>•*... i i,n..pi Wlntfi. AMtau Winter Plo.i, JAMAICA Nigel Horriwi. Alton It Phillip*-. Alan Squire. Mr Ucald Fugt—a. Fr.*" HAITI I V'aiatkan Toon—. L******rd E (-ottreii For TRINIDAD Eric cia**e. All Oomea. Cartqe** Gome*. Raphael Lopaa. Victor Lop*>. ni-aro l-pe*. Iwnenl* Laao. Antemetla attack. Rheti aUack. Claudia BLark. George Black. Ronald Black, la-en. Ralph l-aFore*!. EdnBJ|>ood. Or Knoll.. UOUM Rod Frank Notl.nagrl. [tr J e— ciarena* King. Seville King. Tnvor Ci Baehmi.r Kenneth Edward*. Ro*a CsrIi 1 rarj. Carlo* Can*i* le.. Siiva. Roaa u Holder. Lap Selgel. Sm.< Siembok. Paul S( Jamaica Public Service, Limited MB HEAVY i-iori.Ms RECORDS— l*t. Calypaor* at II 01 Wm Hy. It it Dance Tune* and i ajgjMO t %  rt* I FT XTg'Sfl—in. RAINY WEATHER' We ofler PUtsU. l..dic Haln Coata and H.adtle. at S3 II and Ve each Tharir*. Pr Wm. Hry SI Dial MM or g, 47. S3 Swan SU M B SO—S.I IUMB for ia-inch and] for lying MM for !0-!nch RARNES A CO LTD 10 %  M t f r. RECORD I 13-ineh and n cord i. and YAWL"Praplda" appro* W>, feet nig with Gray Marine englna. Good "lion O.000 — a bargain. Apply Edwardi Phone 1130 IB a BO—T F l IM III H KALES AUCTION THURSDAY Hat al II M p.m. DAVIlEIJaS ROAD loppoilte ROUMAIKA Cedar AOther Wardrobe*. Lars* Mahogany A other table.. Larder Mahogany Dre-nng Table with r-ln l-ihogar Mahogany Brr*n.e Chair. Double Iron hwdatead. VakiT 3 burner oil etoye. l-ndci *cal< A weight*. Perarnbulator. Hhi other itemr. TBHMS CASH R ARTIIXH MC KJT^.7.1. • IM 3n REAL ESTATE HOUSE—(II Double roof houae each VO a II x %  cover-ad with galvnnl*e. tiluated In Vearwood Land, Blatk Rock Telephone S90B D A Browne Il is hereby notified for the Information of persons desirous of importing heavy ploughs thai the Ministry of Agriculture and F^h.iiis report the availability of 15 No. 55 and 23 No. 66 John Deery heavy sharing ploughs (unused) 3 und 4 furrows 14 inches which are surplus to United Kingdom requirement!,. Suppliers .inJock Olding ft Co., HatAcId, Hertfordshire Price approximately £130 each payable in i.lcrling. 1. Provision of spare parts from the United Kingdom cannot be guaranteed. 3. Persons interested should uet in touch with the Controller of Supplies not later than 12 noon on Tuesday, 29th August. 1850. 27.8 50. — In. ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amendment) Order, 1950, No. 30 which will be published in Ihe Official Gazette of Monday 28lh August. 1950 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling prices of "Cornmeal" are as follows: — WHOLESALE PRICE (not more than* IS 70 per bag of I RETAIL PRICE (not more than) 10 cu. per lb. 26th August. 1950 27 8.50.—2n AWARD OF I9.W-45 STAR AND WAR MEDAL IT IS NOTIFIED for the information of former members of tht Trinidad Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve who are now residing in Barbados and are eligible for the 1939—45 Star and War Medal that they may call with their Certiucates of Service at Headquarters Barbados Regiment, at any time during office hours for these decorations. 29 8 50—2n um)r*lgned will offer for *ele runce Ho II High Street. Bridge on Wddneaday. JOth Auguit. IB* I.M M. Navy Garden*, eoniainin II.nog tqu-rr feet, abutting nn Und III Ihe M..TI.,II.. '-1 ... ik| BMlU nd on York Road on 1hNnrth I i*H aquare feet of land I d. St Mlchae*.. adjoinlr I Mr J N Ma. kt| %  I Ihe and Mr Job For further particular* and UM PUU) u a ao an All thai chattel dwelling hou*e called -Laurencev'Ille" Conatltuuon Road. St Michael The llou*e contain* %  *"* % % %  Drawing room. 3 bedroom. Hrrikfv. nSm and uaual out office* Electric light i-id water aarriee Inapecllon on application to the tanan' Th* abova WUI be art .up for *ahr at r i*lic corrvpetltlon at m~ Luca* St Bridgetown, o Li Sepiemher ISto at I p CARR1KOTON St SCALV. Trtday sa a .i I gh St.. f THE unrler.lgned wll Lie at their office No Li Fridav I*' September f,e dXelllnghoucell**! T'. C.ti.g. ind the Und thereto containms aiso gquare feat attuata at Chaapalde. BtidgeInipactlon any day exrept Th.wadny V|*iween th* hour* o' 4 pm and i p.m ipllcaUon lo the tenani. Mr* P*for"furthar particular, and condition* '' "cOTTVti, CATTORD Co Now /can 6atz atamomerrt's Reinov.il Notice pr P A COX D C.P T Chiropractor aV Optician haa iUmovrd lo tg-j Hours: a M to i an d 3 to 11 • Thank* to Fleiacb Faat Rkntig Dry Yg*y| !.. %  baking ia easier . rcsulta ai* better. Thu new graoule yeait ataya full sUengih for weeks. If you bake al home keep HtWtJ weeks' supply on hand — Fleuchmann'i Dry Vcasl is a* fresh when you use it as Ihe cay 111 All VOU OO 1 I Sprinkle ,nto lukewarm 2. Let Hand 10 minute* Then %  tir. When d>*aolved/oac package equals one cumpreaaed yenet cako in any recipe it Stays fesn" wfthout refrigeration Pro forma i-imngs of Jamaic Public Service Limited lor Uaa %  months .-rnlcxl May 31. I95U ;imounlea to 9190,740. equal to 11.41 per share on the I351HX vliares of common stock outstanding. No comparative nguir art) available for the correspoiulIIJC period one year ago becaus> : ia company changed its metho.. • I accounting with devaluation 0. Uaa pound. For the ttacal yea< tnded DeecmbeT 31, 1949. pr, (' %  ana earnings applicable to iri -non stock of Jamaica Pubh .bok. E m-inboa. jeron^ si-Vnbot IT'**^ * >B8.736 or equal t. Clarke Codrington. kburc* A reran*. '' 36 per share. Earnings for llf Mark Wenielmann. Medt** Wrn.elmanlv l.ilesl period and for the full Vt .11 V2£r*£$&. SS2, So1"~," were ba^gsi on earnings 0 Orollne Hull. Jennifer Daly. Roumanl* ^"-:rtiar> converted to Canadi.ii, Abloy. Daa-h,^ Ah<. K.AI. (larcia. ROM dollars al the rate of 3.0875 to Xavie. Cuihbert King, par.tcia IH.I re Ted dividend requirements O' waru Diai Loui. Planar. Auna onffhh si. Dsidiary shares and deductiti; "'LA ouAiRA '* n no '" ** eponses and uxes of the paren no** innei. harmond lope. Tanya company For the parent conv Lopat Auer Ooniaier. c-n.. _A.iaaga. p;niy alone, net income, based M ""'in VI Olaaiione Annul irth Hrubane Auguat Sard, Sydne* August msh. arriving M Barbado* Sepur nber Kth Adelaide Seplerrdie* ll(h. se*>t**>.,placi d thgj t'liiiing issue on the provlsn 11.1l .,m mh. of tonuMTow'g Coun•ll meeting, it today. Tlie oth.'i lU-in i in 1.HM1H..I tigenil.i ...nllul Renter .. 1it.1i here tinI'min.-il'i Il the Koreai • ;.„., %  1 I-. hi. Mnaahan, Edoai 1 Mac ...I Henrv. Jmen>.a :arubal. Mario I.ir.nabal. Manrla anabal Ehiatoeih Iragulrre. Maria arn m Su.Kei. Hector Snare*. iwhita Aguilar. Panchita Itrlago. Bant iago r ST LUCIA il tKiught. Alvlna Charle*, Oertrude in.V<-rHtn Vltalut I MARTINIQUE (Ye* Buerelln. %  Uyniumle RiarreUn. urirtii B.ierelln Oraciane Buetelm i.l \[>t j il'"l "rederk-k Pa* an 1 TRINIDAD ifanrice MollenthMl. George Earl*. Jnhn Horaham. Jeanetie Horaham. Vvonnr Ho) Wgasgfaan, Claude Prraaud. Joaeph Hunham. May WII*on. Lottu* Otwey. PerelrB. Aaron Sprlngrr. Maurice Jon'.. W1IL.1 W.-Blinan. John Woodman. Patricia Woodman. Charlr. DeFreita* M Uelreit*. Hi, hard Slivinon. John Rahr Rlcha'd Wlllu. Jam** Flihe* Por 1-. Ot'AIHA Anne Oreene. Man Sullivan. Marv Sullivan. Mario Cnr*er tulay Cor-' M*Jg*r>ll* lleli •Inger. Elda Marquli dividends and interegt recelvii firm subsidiary and after deduit> in, parent expenses, amounted 1 I $333,888 for the 12 month pern-.: ended May il, 1950. This com| pares with 8138.529 for the fls... vear 1949. --',','.•-•,-,',','. >*/,VAV,%V 1 Cl.tlru V.ill.inl'.. Ja n. Truata Haa. MarM Vail.. .11 I Delcarrll % H ItnaHaa.ia. than a Lager • Ut contain* %  gl roaJ yaUae BSaealga being a Pi lU la m Drkah. arf >r~~~. Gums Bleed! Sore Moulb and Loo., rr.nchMoi Hial alll eoon*i 1.. r.II out and n %  nil ilr.ri Tr* '...,, the flr*i 11.: quickly Iqrhi mouth wall am money back on age Qa" rvt r* fgew an **** ** a.*' FLY CARGO BIG OR SMALL BY AIR Merchandise, Flowers, Fruits, Spare Parts, Machinery I'.M.I.M.I IKII -.1 HOLD EFTKCTS NOW S0% ( III M'H: BWIA FOR FAST AIR CARGO Service FOR PARTIt't'LARS %  BE BWIA^ RrllUh West Indian Airways Lower Broad .Street Bridgetown Phone 4585 Mill HOOK which makes GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN" Pleaaa write for one to Samuel Roberta. Cioapel Book and Trsel Service, 30. Central Avenue. Bangor N. Ireland." '•a*a*VU*^.*^.^^.^.d\*,*,**.* ,*>•>*<. •! Ihe Barry Girsl House Special daily or wr. kli 11 -Oer September 1*1 Reference If required AT THE Annual General Mealing of the V M P C held al the riuli 1 m. Heckle. Road, on Wediiradai 3*d Aiinil. isaa. ihr follow in| person. Hr p-eg*a*vd Bod* T A II ATWE1.1 I A gUAM.1lt.TTF I E DASH L E MWTiat A 1 iiA/ru W P HOVpg A M. JORna (. \ MARSHA IJ C A MAVIIEW C T. HOCK N ROBIN S> IN II O STKAKRR L fTTOUTE C D Wni-IAMS There being more lha:, 10 niem uet* prupi>*ed. a ball.il will take place at the Club llou*e. Hackle* Hnad. oil Wclneaday. 30th Augu*t Mad I All membir. are kind 1 make a point o( alI recording theli vote P a POTTER Th—e %  %  with treeiMilpnwmt at TllrUgad 1 liaibadoa. ghniah Oulana. Wuvdwi u l-...int lalande For further partH-ular* appl. Ft'RNESS WITHY ft CO LTD Tr imdad. B W I -CAJUBBS3E Battle Locked SHIPPING NOTICES For" Pohung gt from I'Ase I Mfftway, the lifeline of the Un.*ed Nations forces B nUaiftail of % %  uMan hatw tieen ex%  MhaTdasy, North Koreaiif nera >\i\\ try***! ,o lUiiafJIasii ineir 1 assault spearheii.l inuler hewvv air attack. In one day Mac Art bur's bombers and guns knocked out two .mmunition dumps 17 artillery pieces and four tanks. For Ihe first lithe American 25th Dh this front also had direct naval support last week-end General MnrAfthur's headquarters said that an American destroyer moved up the coast on Saturday nn.l fired n targets directed by shore control.—Be H ter. September. IMS The M arrant Cai Dominica. Antigua. Moutam Nevi. and St Kitta Sallx.g Mnndav. Sfth m.t The M V MONEKA will .-ept Car* and P***eng*ea Oon.in.ra Antigua M ~~ ~ Nevi* and Si RtU killing r*rid.>i lal Septei B W 1 S.huener BM IHal: gg>47 TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH SAFKTY HA/OR BI.ADFS. BRASS CHAINS. HAIR < I H'l'lM. MACHINKN, -mil BRl'SHES all at JOHNSON'S STATIONFRV 11 \i;nv\ Mil Mill 111:1 N N StllOI.ASTIC v\ \ I 1 >: (OLOl'R PAINTS ITuboa) PAINT BOX IS and TRACINi. I'APF.K ROBERTS & CO.—DIAL 3301— High Street PASSAGES TO IRELAND ANULLES I'RODI ( TS LTD.. Roseau. Dominica, offer Paasfiges lo Dublin per M.V 'iHJALA". next sailing from Roseau about 23rd August, and thereafter about every thirty-three days. Single Fare, £70. usual reductions for children. Apply direct. VENEZOLANOS AMIIiOS rENEMOS AH 114 Li DE (iKIIMM DE LA INDIA CHINA, eovrr VISITOR FRIENDS Vi-il Til AM Vr. Wm Henry Slrret. Stock I ORIENT Al.titMIDS From INDIA. CHINA and EGYPT HHOS. Iclrphon.' Jlftr) C07 THEM t \IU/% SCHOOL WEAR ACCESSORIES PANAMA HATS BOYS' CAPS BOYS' ft. C.I HI A' SHOES — BOYS' SHIRTS. Navy. Brown *V White LlntO SOCKS At COTTON PANTIES. SPECIAL REDUCTION ON 8ANDALB %  SwWtl %  H JIM per pair: 11 A 12 ItH per pair 1—8 82."o per pair. IHO\II\%\V uiiKss *biir. FRESH FISH BEING SCARCE j SI'BHTITUTF. 1 Tin ri.h Cafeai I •: | Tor 70c 1 Tin Cornd Bel '.I I'll i LIMITED IIAIIOI i> i-iiot %  nils \ to., i. rD. W A0GOO, SieamAhipCo. NSW OBLIAMS I I.COA I. v.,.i.H U-..A KUAMER 1'
Hit Jiil: lllh Auguit list Au gotIBBOUHD HaaM *f -In* an AiroA PUXIBIM • H ALCOA PARTS'PR CANADIAN Htm I Septri^ber Sth September I Arrreee Rarbada* Septambrr li)!l NOBTRaOl IMS) ALCO*. PEOASI'S'' For Si John, i*l* ha>* ii.it.e H-....I SAGUENAY TERMINALS 5ot&Hfj SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS From Montrtjal, St. John, N.B., Hnlifax, N.S. To Barbados, Trinidad, LJernerara, B.G. ItRECH HII.I. • MARIA Da I MM-1N VI. \ HI.1HNOIIAM IIIIJ. %  Bgatal Direct I i imned i., I Aug I4lh %  %._ %  ,! i Rapt aTUi Sept m Montreal "LANTATIONS LIMITED—igaaj SflGUEMflV TERMINALS We hav.mi ir..ived liountt. S./rr.ir A MUnt Htir tron Send us your orders now as stocks are moving fast. Ih.XIHIM, IOI Xltlll LTD. BROAD STREET and PIER HEAD BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. NOTICE As the Manufacturers have decided that repairs to o M af Engines can no longer be dela.r-d. the C oasyaay haa IB conaequenr-e had to put this Generating Set (tM K W.) oat of rim.mlaalon and, owing lo the redBeUon of alandby Plant now available aa a result, may Ind II ngggssary lo hed load al Inter-ala daring the nr.l few ra on Ihe. Oar Coii-umrr. .-r aaked to ru-operate by cierclslng the utmost economy In the ase of EleeUiclty. parUeularly dauiiif the Peak period between B SO and 8.38 .m. antll farther notice. 28th June, 1888. V. SMITH, Ooawral Manager. -v-v/,v*r///>v////////////


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I IMMI.I > A %  g % %  %  l 2. Barbatas Quorate IVI; i I:\TN V r a r % . BATTLE LOCKED FOR POHANG Truman Outlines U.S. Outlook On Formosa WASHINGTON, Aug 28 PRESIDENT TRUMAN has written to Warren Austin, Ohii United States delegate to the united Nations, outlining American policy on For moss, according to the White House to day In hi? lttter, the President said that concerning the pool tion of the Government of the United States on For mosa it would be useful to repeat some fundamental points. Thr action of ih>1 i n.H BMd cnnrroiln' Formo. was taken at a lime when thai hlund was the MOM i.l conflict with the mainland. A more serious conflict was threatened by the public declaration of the Chinos.. (',,, munist Authorities. Such a conflict would have threatened the security of the United Nations forces operating in Korea under the mandate or the Security Council to against the republic of Korea. Truman Backs State Dept. On Formosa -_, l-ONDON Auut 28 Piesidcnt Trumai I" Genera! Doutfla* TAKIKC •Fr U.S. General Orders "Backs to The Wall" repel agurcss'i The action at Ihe United Slates was an impart hd. neutral action % %  "irtrewe*. both to forces on i Formosa and to those on the 'mainland It a/aj an action •iesigned to keep peace and was therof. pa i n full accord with of 'ho Chitrtc of (he Unite. Nation* As President Truman has solemnly declared we have no defence* on Formosa, and our action was not Inspired ., l .LI* y b v an >' ,lc irp to acquire a special wllhdnw-hVa-V^ElJ U Seni n t' POsitk,n ** P Un ,0d **** %  confirmed a cleavage of opinion betwawi the SUte Department and General MacArthur. diplo"Tl action ol the United Thitf U ?r'SJlS e f onMd *l ,Sut was expressly stated to M •tSSaSaT L 'T-i"-' X V n •* "'J^' 1 prejudice to Uie future flowing h IS deearminatfoi, to political settlement of the atatui the island T*ic actual status I U.S. Action back the Slate Department. rVe.lil.nl Truman's intwwnll^ 1 *.',"*'" 1 .'*"""" ,s •' ,crrl ictory of the Allied forces in the fie. Like other such territories UOKT d.y. of iiyrar. plant, at Seawell land aad take oil in an ...t-Hy direction b di m Uudirection of U wind yoMerday. Uic B W I.A. flight tor Vanoiiltia had to l*kofl in wcM.r'v 'ir.rl.oii TM Anvoi-str • cameraman from tne door of the Terminal Bulldinf ,ot thin rare picture f thr plant leaving the ran way and going overland in-tead of out over the sea. tion to-day has vetoed the Mac Arthur policy of turning th island Into a basic element of UnAmerican Pacific defence system it was felt here By intervening to-day, Presl dent Truman has made it plain that he is not willing to allow an open decision to convert Formosa into %  permanent American or American-protected bai it legal status: cannot be defined until there is in!.it.,onal ... tion to determine Its future. The Chinese Government was asked by AlUes to take charge of tha •urrender of the Japanese force i the Island. That is the reason why Chinese are thore now. The I United Suites has a record To-day's decision is In effect I 1 rough history of friendship for seen here as a veto of General Chinese people We know that MacArthurs drive to force the! m *l | hws of Chinesereciprocate administration to look beyond the'this filendahlp. We took the neutralisation policy. Bui i don i! leaves the further < still unsettled Lonutlook Sugar Council Violates Spirit Of Havana Charter iftom Our 0n Cun*->>•••* %  %  %  LONDON. Aug. 28 The manner in which the International Sugar Council has con* ducted its negotiations on the proposal to establish an International Sugar Agreement is not in keeping with the spirit of the Havana Charter, says the Crows Colonist, leading magazine dealing with affairs In the British Colonies. The Council has not QBBnJslBld with the condition laid down in the Charter that "full publicity shall be atven to aftj Imer-Governmeiitol Commodity Agreement proposed or concluded," DM magazine charges. The Council flattered the UNO In one direction and flouted it m another. "It is a daplotatta thing tha' consumers who in the longrun and sometimes short run pay the price of restriction!st manoeuvres should be denied knowledge to [aft b) %  Cliart.i < l.-..rh cntIO* thetn,* 0 I Crourn Colonist conclude^ lead wiih others in iho last United Nations General Assembly to secure the approval of the resolution on thr mti-Krilv of China. tmi> tha Union Soviet Socialist Republic, and It* %  atallitssj did no*. approve. The United States would wei come United Nations consideration ol Formosa WO l>elieve that United Nations consideration would contribute to a peaceful rather than II forcaabla solution of that problem We do mi' believe that the Security Council nivd loi will lies mine aggression a... public of Korea. At Peace I %  .. is now at p< will reman. resorts lo fore. "If the Securlt) Council wishes to study the quae> tion of Formosa in will '.nil.., thut body. Meanwhile, n. > %  % %  dent of the (Security Counci! aa wiiii Ran one on with ana aggression agaJnal the republic of Korea, and rmctfleaUy, recognition of the riKht ol the Korean Ambassador to take thd the United Slates resolution for to ca lianU o n of the Korean conflict. "These seven IHHIIU accurately lecortl the pwitiini of the Unite-I States. In the forthcoming discussion nf the problem in the Serurity Council you will continue to have nu Mmpleu support. —Healer. Fi.i:i:i.\e. I ltO>l TIIK WAK ZOKE Man ley Re-Elected P.N.P. Chief KINGSTON, Aug. 2i Mr. N. W. Manlcy. K.C., was re ant oi the People's Part) si tlit annual I'M' COT.:. Kjif. hald •. v I Mb ataola m M vice president. Ken lei | lent W01i nd iia'iit TinSiKi..Iist lea.In paid a coii"There must be immediate ravtval of thd national movement in Jamaica "awards self 1,0 vert in lent, for it is apparent fiat until federation bocon • 1 1 i.-ai.ie. Jamaica miial press on a land fw icif gumimntm m local % %  dopoaall for affiliation of tha T.WJl ad for one vear when rightist elements defeated a plan which would have Blvefl control "( party policies an I programme to extreme leftistJ'ca Police Investigate DoubleMurtler KINGSTON, Aug 28 ri!' HMO Kit busy morning on the double I reclaimeil section of the city UnTVntbj unoccupied, but projected a>* .HI industrial district MacArthur Ordered To Withdraw Statement On Formosa WASHINliTON. AUK -' THE WHITE HOUSPaaid lo-day thai Pi-.-siil.nl 1 1 it man directed General Douglas MacArthur to withdraw his statement on Formosa "to avoid confusion .is to th I'n.U'ci States position". General MacArthur in a statement of his vii-ws to the Vderansof Foreign Wars imetinij at Chicago, had d e. tliat Formosa must remain in friendlv hands. He had said that the Pacific Islands acted is „ pro l -dive shield to all the Americas and all fretlands In tin Pacific Ocean area. "From tnu island chain we can dominate with an power every Asiatic port from Vladivostok to Singapore, and prevent any hostile movement into the Pacific 'Any prvdatoiy atta,k from %  I be mi RmphlbtHu* el(ott. No amuhibtou* r, ii, tll t, JAMAICANS ON HOLY YEAR PILGRIMAGE KINGSTON. Ausust 28. %  tiiiHi service n. itc MatOt] Of Jamaica i thai nonttau for 23 .'i-maican Hunian Catholic pilMims who embarked "" utl l.ie first |cd Of till h'liniawe to Rome. Urfir.iuim Sireeesses in Korea : x in.ii : -.'a Bck American and South and had live on muny from iccoi %  London Thd < I'i'iiiiuiiraae •iii.-ti-m atMh I %  t In th. %  huni (which th i nut tired Utft Killed, wourtdd > officers i.meil tha .I titiea of booty £4IS WATER LILIES LONDON. lb* K.v. W. M lilUi. • water INIrs lar -ir-niiii Every mornlnc in the lib o*aor. the II y-ar-olil i*rlor cf Southllrel. Keal • • mil* (hooaea a lll> from bin (oldrb.il nend. laeerta It brlween slim of bread and butter and downs the sharer hundwtrh blot < breakfa-t *> niellmn be sddn a little lam bec-iuw 'water MUea have no flavour of their Thr reet-r Halm* thai the llllrt. ATT "very %  .ustalnlnc." and ih.ti he eaa work for 1Z or 14 In ui on oi:e sandwich. Thr i.ondeeldrd lo eat water Mile* .(in be heard a friend say that three >\ |ilnrrr~ who nerlahed Irnwi %  hsTTBttM In l.-hr.iii.i need not have dlrd had thev kn"wn nhout the water III*I've hee.i eallns them for in rears mm md I'm not dead ret said ft>v. Palloon. —INS Replo Jebb Wilt lace Malik On August 31 LAKE SUCCESS Au*ust 28 Thd Siiuritv Council met i tiOEed sev*ion today to consider Its yearly report lo the General Assembly The report eovers two main •-ontmverslal question^' Kashmir and Korea. Observers here did not expect the Soviet representative Mr Jaooh Malik, to approve to %  vassal aa %  whole hut tarn tt> thought he would Lns'rt on the Inclusion of a note that ..II IB decisions of the Council In the last eight months were "Illegal" iwlng to the absence of the Soviet delejinte Mr Malik %  term of ofhre as President of the Council endo.i August 31. when he will be sueci^ded hy Sir Oladwyn Ji-hb. British n-presentati ii.ifni without control of sei mil air lane* i* "With naval ami air supremacy and rnotiern ground elements d, oefmid our base-. ,iuy maior at ttick [mill Continental Aata lo"U'Srd t>ihfriend* of it,. Pacifh would come to f.nlur.A Friendly Aspert %  'L'ruUi Mfa i ..million-. UM i'.if il:i mi Iciiik. i %  j •Ctttf -venm* of approiiche.. f.., u.e proapactivd Lovadai it u< %  unies insteml ., Mandlj | -hir line of defeme i* . Datural ne and can be majnteinaaj with the minimum of anon rnse. It envisions no attack %  wnat .in.nur ooi doai n pro' %  C-' i li'.fi i v cull.,! (..i nili'i, lve iipemt IOIW. hut proparl] mainUuned it vyould lie an Invln• Ible .iefenre aRalnst -il If we hold thai line W n ... havi peace—but lose it and war Is ii cvltabia The Oeneral also said that the enemy could utilise rormoea as a base foi short range lo "threaten cornDtately M.'J trtirnc turn, tlie South, and tr.ti i-n. i ..II %  lanoa in thr WMIHI. Pa. He said that Presment Truman's decision on June 27 to .ufenr( Formosa 'lightivl into lluine a lamp ..f hop. throughoul A U %  was burning dimlv towards extinction To iHirsi %  %  %  inch does lot include the dafance ..f Knrmosa would I* lo turn over th.i Dmlta of oi,r Pacific virtory to a potential enemy Asked .f General MatArthur might be relieved of his command H .. raaun ol thli Inddi nl % %  I dei.lial Seerctao Chi.rle> , Rota said -The Lnciddi closed Renter. No Bail Allowed CommiiiiiHt Leaden NKW Y(I(K. Aug 2H The Unitofl Slater Court of Appeals to-day ordered bail .,i convicted Communist |*a revoked, but Rave them 10 %  < %  > %  to seek the postponemmt of their ion terms pending appeal lunvicted last Ootoboi < conspiracy to overthrow of the Unit Government, ten of them were sentenced lo live years' m arisen ment and oneItogen t; Tnon | European Cabinet Rejected STRASBOUHO. Aitr 28 Tie Kuro|H'an Assembly tonlgTit ret) refected a surprise move ••> create immediately a powerful Euro pean <.o\eminent The A< •embly was considering a proposi to Itavw biranaan ataAaa free arort in clos>union when I'.. Ki. noli Bo ilia) Andn HMOI %  >iH>sin tintona %  %  Cabinet 1 1 a iaaatnbkr in taa vital anal i-iadvs. of its Strasoourg MaAan, i ie.te tha -num.liiK'Ul. which unit n.eivad 10 votes Some 100 naath. ra af UM It-nation bdi i an ptaaanf Wh*.i the Assemlily .ilso Vvekd •>wn mildar raoWalial amend idlng to "eneourase' 'eiiemi arosjp a, raa rnban of HM "IBftj now" RTnti|) rlenmini'e-l %  laajataa One of them FVem-h %  jDClalist %  I lid All Right •ot.i. rafucaa t anMurug< the imitm I'li.u ahaWS tha Lrua ntdanina ai d thoughl •I the maioriti ol thai urusBt" M I'liilin mils bmi -'ii u*l> We aril] Mwn' no effort n whatever (Bv JULIAN BATKS) TOKYO, Aug. '*& A^MKKICAN and buuth Korean forces holding the northern side of the United Nations "De fence Box" in Korea today held arm against stubborn Communist attacks ranging from \Vaefc wan in the north west corner, to Poh&ng on the east coast. The battle for Pohang and the important air field six miles to the south east was developing into one of the fiercest b*\ttl3 of the war, with hard pressed South Korean defenders spurred to the maximum effort by a 'backs to the wall' order from General Walker. Commander of UN. ground forces. /' |ttm HaeWi hHllle riijed within two or three miles of the purl, hit) (•euernl MMAFMMUTI lleiidi|inirterx stilled 'Ii %  I Ibis afternoon, id, lion) ".ippear-s to he •dnhilitcd" Moi tiu-i 'i divttii punt n UM Pohuifl netor with oRam to bnafi mrouoh %  coal One Was driving aloi the owi Huni*ha< sin mi let '.<• tt'cnorth, tl %  ithoi wi pushln lUtlwaai from Ki M. recaptured from tha Soutli Kon u id I in. i i n IU behalf." BaJrlMH t ftaaamhli had de.nred Itaall dUsatl-itWl with th'' %  lUara • %  II %  > nmmlWee <.f Mln %  .Mers, Buiape*i "Uppai House.'" ., %  .. ir um.' 1 h' \ embly .idotitml a 65.nl n pi> to llil effort, to a tnaaaalpl Irom roe Council >>f Ministers. VMtng V^.i^. .3 III f.tvour, six tgaftat, with II abstaining, A thoaa in. ihu not vot %  >^as HiHUtt Ulmtii DelewaUHnah DaJt .n *ho ihotitfht only .. hoU resi> l/ul.1 have been tut He nlMi protested agHint; rnaawra, i.iiar adoptati. dealgn i lo bypaaR the Committee oi %  act] of whose13 mem 'ieni has .i complete veto on all Assembly rseoimneiMlatlons, bv ippaallBf t i National parliamcnia r luppori The prop ii pledged ataoaban presrtit Assemblv paCO nt .iH'tidaUiai in their own piirllai.t-nU. and, if they had fotad or them nl Rtrnslmirff, to ll(h' or ahem .a home. Mr Dulton suld he could not plddaa In advance huw he would vole in the House of Commons .,|i any aubjett Thia would be .i dangerous Inleivatitlini by the Ku 1 .mil .., %  .i Indtt i %  i fnaal Bhli n '!< %  %  Polirf Move Iiilo (Jomiiiunirtt^uarlfT!* HAVANA. Cuba. Aug 28 Poliea to-day ceupiei the premises Of the til-wri-klv i-irts i ipar, Anterici DaaofOlaa, which as helm; IhWd b* UM' omiiiuntrt .. replace the l'nnwminit papav loj/. atntpeiifled b% the Oovarni.eni inut Thursday The sportr. paper had ha an pub%  Key. As it OhhTkl] it violalerl the law bv publt.-hini; a dally, and this wai HM raaaan given for to-day's oeeui itlan bj IM potlca —Reuler ALLIES DISSOLVE FARBEN TRUST ntANKn'MT. Aug ; The Allied High Corttltl gay published a two II v.ord law sealing the dial one of the world's mightiest industrial empires the T ti. KarlM-n. combine %  • | %  H vaunted ptnu ) M eaarlahslng ol %  II manuaotfi lad utriai —Reutc ( e KOREAN WOMAN. llh all hrr worldlv pof*esa|on on hrr —Sees from the balUe area In Kares. On the rlshl a kM howttser gun crew awaits order to fire.—Express. T Select Committe Princess Alice -I-Mil. VisTKY OF BT complained of vouchers that A y esterwere not (.ertlfleol and other.HAinto unsatlsfacthai were certified "on instnKtha manual In tlons of the Churchwarden '" %  thpn |n addition, a letter was n i 'iv di the Princess Alicu reived from the Governine: %  i .1 the removal of asking the Vestry to account '. m Seawell to the Reef, fou, huU said lo have be* i Select Committee to handed o\*er draft a repl) to tha OovarnorMr Tudor yesterday replieo tu aan questions asked him by th' on the Reply given to Vestry present Churchwarden. Mr Bruce Weatherhead First oneMr Tudor was Churrhwardtn tion was why were orders eifrr for HH9-S0, and It waduiiai on the Parochial Treasurer foi aha pajaaaaf of aaaauan inK Field wa prepared At the the voucheri were not certiRci end of his term of office Mr by anyone, or bore the notatioi Francis H Pile. Vestry Auditor, "certified on Instructions of the e To Report On Playing Field Argentine l*rotes!sArr\sl Of Courier %  %  'a. Will. %  vrgontlnt our! n *• !•• War II %  rdinp lo Poraign Mli istrj elrcfa ban srnan 1 i %  wld by Polish luthoritli liours. Hi allowed t.. band orai M djplon %  hi i which Ing to nils availing him nl HM Tha protest wai undarsj i %  •. n %  da -Ureter. Stall ofhcei i hei must be expeetliiM %  % %  tiortharn %  grtml. | i ong in the tare TJ milerth-t v.. %  Fought Off Putrok %  • .ad iviinvv!. Am Soutn Ki -'• patrolle Wa< i im.ie.iia.eiy I ... ^ nai li.t. Illg i.i t )i' %  %  said theKCMOB'I ft oond DIVI ton vhleh U fl bV %  |j to I al Kurio I1.H4 I .•l.in.( (In V. i %  .i the in* nc v attack on I : Iliont whk-h hiu huld .. ... i in di par It.%  %  i %  I ftdites 1 ... . II Ic ired out Nak1 i" Aboul half those ho if-.' lied under -1 illiv hff And the •tl scalleied. dropping brtdg--' %  :. puni bridgehead rMhd t*> .il. • oi. 'letim ami otllt OUth-WI It i/r "miiiiim :t | %  i (,, n ( v,| : i tanks and two i the liVef •i •liiiti aggiea^iv i lowai • %  Pi % an age 1. Churchwarden" "The Work Was lK>ne" Mr Tudor replied' "I | i"ied that the work wai dotie Second question was wuy was I Works employed. Mr Tudor said the Clerk of Works was employed to IM that th


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p.\r.r TWO QcUub Qallinq M R. A. A SHENF1BLD. Mr E. irton and Mr. Jack Dent, three Trinidad delegate* to the Oil* and Fats Conference l (iTi-^ont being l>cld here, arrived in BarUidos yesterdii. ii.omini by B w I A >tr Shenfleld is the Ecooomi. Advi-.to the ('niMTnmem >i TnHvl, Mr. Wrarton is Chairman of thCocoenut OrwrAssociation and Mr Dent is .1 rvprwer.lf.ilvo of ihe West Indian Oil laduatrie* Mr Shenfleld is staying -I the Marine Hotel and the ..Iher two are ;tt Ihe Ocean View The Gieiuiia delegates Tor thl> conference. Mr E. Gittens Knight M BE. Controlln of Supplies. Grenada and Hon. J B. Renwi.-k. Solicitor of Grena-i. arrived sn Sunday The Jamaica dalenatea arriving by B.W.I A on Sunday cn Mr. D. C. Ferguson. Commissioner ct Commerce and Industries. Mr A G Squire. Manager of the Cocoanut Incustry Board and y.i A. H Phillipps. a member of the Board. They are staying at the Marine Hotel Married In England M ARRIED in Richmond. England recently, was Mb* laullne Hunter to Mr E Hugh F Ostrehan Mis* Huntrr 1* the daughter "I Mr. "and Mrs. R A. Hunter, who are at present in England Mr "strehan is an Engineer with Cable afia Wireless Branch at San Juan, Puerto Rico and :hcy expert to leave England for Jamaica on 31st August, en route for Sin Juan. Mr. Ostrehan, who was once stationed in Barbados, is a member of the Magic Circle % %  ...-. Engaged rr\HZ ENGAGEMENT was an-I nounced in Trinidad over the week-er-d between Miss Peggy O'Donnell. eldest daughter of Mrs. Stella O'Donnell and the late Mr Andres O'Donnell and Mr. Michael Spence of Barbados who IS at present holidaying In Trinidad. Here For A Month M R. AND MRS. Can Brown arrived from Trinidad yesterday morning by B.W.l.A. to spend a month's holiday at the Hastings Hotel Mr. Brown, a planter and shore, very r Yacht Club Mra. Brown is British Guiana born and incidentally they have lust returned from a holiday in B.G at the beginning of August They both know Barbados well, and have many friends here. With Mene Grande M R. AND MRS. Herbert Bolr. who arrived from Venezuela via Trinidad yesterday morning by B.WI.A. arc here until Sunday, staying at the Ocean View Hotel Mr. Boli Is an Engineer with the Mene Grande Oil Company and hails from Missouri. This Is their first visit to Barbados. fho is retired was low lives at Bayfar the Trinidad Sometimes Twice a Year VflK BfiHERT ALLEYNE uf 1T1 Trin' 1 vesterda\ morning by B.W.I A with his two Wilma and Albert, to "pend two week*.' holiday in Barbados and will be staving as 1 11.1l at Bathsheba He is a manufacturer of confectionery in Tiimdad and has been coming to Barbados regularly since IMS mt'Umes twice a year. At Home In Antigua T"K Ailing Governor of Anti gua, Hon. P. D. MacDonald and Mrs MacDonald were "At Nome" to over a hundred guests on Friday by kerosene lamplight Among the guests were. Mr. and Mrs K R Winalow. Mr Winslow is Circulation Manager of the New York Herald Tribune Mrs Wlnslnw has for many years been writing for the Kiddles Page of tN Tribune They were staying at the Mill Reef during the hurricane but are now temporarily lying at ,, The Turtlegale" in St. John's until their bungalow is completed at Mill Reef Founded During The Last War T HE Cameo Club which was founded early during the last war and has as its President Mrs. J A. Haynes, is now well known locally from the many musical afternoons it has had for members, and has several times put on broadcasts over Radio Distribution. To-night over the local broadcast. Mrs Denise Sisnett is In charge of the production of a half hour programme given by members of the Cameo Club which begins at 7.13 o'clock. House-Hunter: M R. und Mrs Jimmy Cu2ler will Marl house-hunting as soon as they return to Trinidad next month. When Jimmy went over to England to cover the Test matches for most of the big West Indian papers he and his wife decided to shut up their house. Now with the tour nearly over and Jimmy's )ob completed, they are wondering where their new home will be. But they are not worrying about it "Something always turns up" says Jimmy "We havent lived In the same place for two years since we were married, and that was thirteen years ago." From Baldwin-Praise! M RS. MARY BRANCH wife of Colonel J. R A Branch recently conducted a musicale at Government House in Antigua in aid of the Antigua Widows Fund Among the artists was Mrs Ernest lx wbn delighted the audience with two items from La Boheme. Before introducing Mrs. Dew, Mrs. Branch spoke of the first article contributed to the British Sunday Pictorial" by Earl Baldwin in which his exact comment was "A month ago in the West Indies I had the great pleasure of hearing n line soprano. Here, thought I. Is a voice that has been trained well and most truly." The Earl did not mention Mrs Dew's name but the clue to her identity was given when he added that the singer had been trained by J Campbell Mclnnes The people of Antigua are proud of the high tribute that has been paid Mrs Dew's charming voice by one who is a great music lover Within 24 Hours L ORD BEGINNER, the lalypw King was again equal to the occasion after the West Indies had beaten England in the final T-sl and so made sure of the series Well within twenty-four hours he had composed this little verse Hi about Mil %  cmtur? At a crowded night club just off Holborn, the haunt of a targe number uf West Indians in London, he sang this song as round the microphone, dancers celebrated the West Indies victory. Among the revellers were Valentu Pierre, Christiani and Worrell Left On Sunday M R AND MRS Josef Adam and family left here on Sunday afternoon for Trinidad by BWI.A. Mr Adamira has for the past few months acted i Manager of the Bata Shoe Slon in Barbados He now returns U his former position with Bata'* Trinidad. CRYPTOQLOTE—Btrtf 1. .n. .. AXVDI. BAA \ SB IO N I I > I %  I' IV One let tar aunply stands for another In this example A U used for the three L's. X for the two O's. etc Single letter.-, aft 1trophlea, the length and formation or the words are all hlnta. %  Tach day the coot letters are different A Cryptogram Quotation 1SNM NJD MID TFDBHV GJ T B G IDJV, OJ NBB F VDD* NS' M N V M DBDVV NBB. FT AON DAZGCDH 1FMS M8DD-WNJA DBS. CryptoajSMU: DEAR A8 THE VITAL WARMTH THAT FEED* MY LIFE—OTWAY iiiosswoiin %  i r 1 T %  \ ,. 1 | u -1 • if I 1. ."l 1 1] 1 i.r a .u. IliU rage (DMIII (HMD. (31 Hs***nly record Dreasar r tat OIUM over Utia. l*> 1 to *rard wS. <> A lugai up makea vasjaSaMs. French faiUt. 13) Aim %  nmphmU. SSJ %  HitiuOa like a oorrodsd bar' A minor. v> -:.. U oseWlnlr not t BY THE WAY ... By Beachcomber O NE of the first duties of the imposed Ministry of Sport would be to have an enormous new building erected and to take over various hotels and private houses for extra staff. Then local and regional Boards would be established all over England, with Committees to organise every game. At the same limr a kind of British Sports Council, with plenty of the taxpayers' money at its disposal, would send out teams to lecture Corsica on football, Greenland on cricket. Switzerland on golf, and so on Special Leisure Police would have to patrol remote country districts, to ensure that only holders of licences were playing. They would have right of entry without warrant into any house •uspeeted of harbouring a nonllcensed player It after all this. San Salvador still beat us at basket-hall, a public outcry might succeed In getting the unpopular Minister transferred to a better Cabinet job Mn. McGurgle'K American M R. CHADSTONE, the librarian was walking along the promenade yesterday, when one of the inspectors who had been to Marine House recognised him. "Good morning," said the Inspector. "Hlya, toots." replied Mr. Chadstone. "Enjoying your holiday?" asked the inspector. "Me and who else?" said the librarian. "You Britishers am sure gol sump'n." The inspector suggested a drink, and they went into a bar "Stick 'em up!" cried Mr. Chadstone. "Er set 'em up. I mean" "What's yours?" said the inspector. "Iced woddah—straight." "What else do you drink at home?" asked the Inspector. "Borbon and rye highballs." said Mr Chadstonu. "It's hard huuor. paliywalzy." The barman having ItorrowtKl a bit of ice from the fish-shop next door, the librarian sipped his drink appreciatively, when they came out the inspector said, "I've just got to get aspirin for my v "There's a chemist's shop just over there." said Mr. Chadstone. The inspector stared at him. "You're picking up English quickly," he said. "Eh?" said Mr. Chadstone. on his guard. "I thought you all said 'drug store.'" explained the Inspector. "Aw. gee." retorted Mr Chadstone uncomfortably. On* Mutt Suffer To Be Ugly O r a woman known as the "High Priestess of Beauty" (and also as "a restless human dynamo" 1 I read that after a lunch parly, she once made 12 ladie%  land on their heads against n wall Mmc Zaphroma. Empress ot Diet and Complexion Mogulcss, **y* that if they had chewed radishes while thev were standing on their heads they would have eliminated all possibility of pimples Mme Xaphroma. though over 80. can still roll twice round a room with an empty bucket over her head. HOUSEU IVKS GUIDE FliMI f ( luIIHtiuer and IlerU v.!ien Ihe Mdvocalf' • herked >e*terday were: • luliMjwrr i&o. per lb. Be. i 24c. per lb B.B.C. Progruitun* TUESDAY. AlT.rSTjllKO Rupert and the Back-roo m Boy-37 Wl %  Nrw. A.t.i.1.. 1J IS irom <,l.i.U Hot,,. II *„ p.. %  . 1 M I nrfm.ry -m w I Miaai„. .. TJM News, 7 ID p m KM : IS p m fiBi •P in Radio TtMrtr*. S VI 0pm Ti* Metk-r. r tKVk', 4 IS p %  %  Concrn*. S %  toon: ft 11 p m ."rogrjni! p m W.Wi hLiBJiin*. S \lb) her b QuratUMo. 6 p m Londnn. T SO p m l Natw. AmlyM*. TUT 30 | as* p m M..di.. N On lb* Job. B 30 |> n, wt; 1 Eft p m rroin >ba t**IU* P HI Up Top Tun*v • a (i 1 ia ea %  1 %  • i ft* her* %  ami HVACIMTH • ispai nt %  1.11 ., Linlquj thi importunl fti.id aspects Of duaatloa it is < thai wdli the model, much more effectively than with blackboard! I trts, teachers and iicliii'-i can explain the construction <> . and how it opej U I IIV ladses I-umina ha; k> • illi .. lomantic pas! It beams distantly in Dresden Ir Of Internation' %  %  % %  DM Osjrn Mus> of Hygien under the direction of D' s travelling health e*>i ill went to a< In 1925 at VHOna, W • time, a I N ti-mspan-nt moth-" 1 human body — a man. interrupted the growth of the transparent family. Dr :il technicians srari In• ,:iet1 u> work m Mt-scow when I %  adad UM Eastern! n,of Qormaaj Tnay declined. id the Doctor went to Cologne 1 with the Idea of n,n. lerring bill \-<.rk there ".ft. %  1 r %  ii' > %  .IL. muen .iifRniity. 1 h 1 Qarman Health Museum opened aealn in j Cologna In formal Luftwafie srhich was used latav BJ 1 naalla aduca'11 n IJrrouicBOUl Die world. In this building I-umina grow Up fine r from a kid %  k 1 %  :. 111 bg Iha .sculptor Max i'aulus. (';. made from the ttatua and from U.ITI p.iicnt pi %  ni-.i Lumina n,.. bet % %  lescribed by technicians as a "triumph of artistic and engineering technique". Plans are going ;ihead for 11 • mile for her. and 11 ; expccb-l thai Kittwo will eventually emirratc I 1 thi Unltad Btatai for exhibition purposes. PLAZA THEATRE BRIDGETOWN New WOMMM FROM WMNER BROS! ibbKFORTHtSllv W „ H |K0 '-"" %  DAVID BUTLER ^^XmSSPmSXSmSSSSSmm. (.1; WD OPI1MNG. SATURDAY, M I'n Mill K 2ND AT 8.30 P.M. 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A g l 2.
Barbatas
Quorate
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V r a r .? .
BATTLE LOCKED FOR POHANG
Truman Outlines U.S.
Outlook On Formosa
WASHINGTON, Aug 28
PRESIDENT TRUMAN has written to Warren
Austin, Ohii United States delegate to the
united Nations, outlining American policy on For
moss, according to the White House to day In hi?
lttter, the President said that concerning the pool
tion of the Government of the United States on For
mosa it would be useful to repeat some fundamental
points.
Thr action of ih>- 1 i n.H BMd cnnrroiln' Formo. .
was taken at a lime when thai hlund was the MOM i.l
conflict with the mainland. A more serious conflict was
threatened by the public declaration of the Chinos.. (',,,
munist Authorities.
Such a conflict would have threatened the security of
the United Nations forces operating in Korea under the
mandate or the Security Council to
against the republic of Korea.
Truman Backs
State Dept.
On Formosa
-_, l-ONDON Auut 28
Piesidcnt Trumai '
I" Genera! Doutfla*
TAKIKC Fr
U.S. General Orders
"Backs to The Wall"
repel
agurcss'i
The action at Ihe United Slates
was an impart hd. neutral action
"irtrewe*. both to forces on
i Formosa and to those on the
'mainland It a/aj an action
' iesigned to keep peace and was
therof. pa in full accord with
' of 'ho Chitrtc of (he
Unite. Nation* As President
Truman has solemnly declared
we have no defence* on Formosa,
and our action was not Inspired
, .,l .LI* .y b-v an>' ,lc*irp to acquire a special
wllhdnw-hVa-V^ElJUSenint'POsitk,n ** *P Un',0d ****
confirmed a cleavage of opinion
betwawi the SUte Department
and General MacArthur. diplo- "Tl action ol the United
ThitfU?r'SJlSe fonMd*l ,Sut was expressly stated to M
tSSaSaT L 'T-i"-' XV"n * "'J^'1" prejudice to Uie future
flowing hIS deearminatfoi, to political settlement of the atatui
the island T*ic actual status I
U.S. Action
back the Slate Department.
rVe.lil.nl Truman's intwwn- ll^1*.',"*'"1.'*"""" ,s ' ,crrl-
ictory of the Allied forces in the
fie. Like other such territories
UOKT d.y. of ii- yrar. plant, at Seawell land aad take oil in an ...t-Hy direction b di m Uu-
direction of U wind yoMerday. Uic B W I.A. flight tor Vanoiiltia had to l*k- ofl in wcM.r'v 'ir.rl.oii
TM Anvoi-str cameraman from tne door of the Terminal Bulldinf ,ot thin rare picture f thr plant
leaving the ran way and going overland in-tead of out over the sea.
tion to-day has vetoed the Mac
Arthur policy of turning th
island Into a basic element of Un-
American Pacific defence system
it was felt here
By intervening to-day, Presl
dent Truman has made it plain
that he is not willing to allow
an open decision to convert
Formosa into permanent Amer-
ican or American-protected bai
it legal status: cannot be defined
until there is in!.- it.,- onal ... -
tion to determine Its future. The
Chinese Government was asked
by AlUes to take charge of tha
urrender of the Japanese force
i the Island. That is the reason
why Chinese are thore now. The
- I United Suites has a record
To-day's decision is In effect I1" rough history of friendship for
seen here as a veto of General Chinese people We know that
MacArthurs drive to force the!m*l|hws of Chinese- reciprocate
administration to look beyond the'this filendahlp. We took the
neutralisation policy. Bui i
don i! leaves the further <
still unsettled
Lon-
utlook
Sugar Council
Violates Spirit Of
Havana Charter
iftom Our 0n Cun*->>*
LONDON. Aug. 28
The manner in which the Inter-
national Sugar Council has con*
ducted its negotiations on the pro-
posal to establish an International
Sugar Agreement is not in keep-
ing with the spirit of the Havana
Charter, says the Crows Colonist,
leading magazine dealing with af-
fairs In the British Colonies.
The Council has not QBBnJslBld
with the condition laid down in
the Charter that "full publicity
shall be atven to aftj Imer-Gov-
ernmeiitol Commodity Agreement
proposed or concluded," DM maga-
zine charges.
The Council flattered the UNO
In one direction and flouted it m
another.
"It is a daplotatta thing tha'
consumers who in the long- run and
sometimes short run pay the price
of restriction!st manoeuvres should
be denied knowledge to [aft b)
Cliart.i < l.-..rh cntIO* thetn,* 0 I
Crourn Colonist conclude^
lead wiih others in iho last United
Nations General Assembly to
secure the approval of the reso-
lution on thr mti-Krilv of China.
tmi> tha Union Soviet Socialist
Republic, and It* atallitssj did no*.
approve.
The United States would wei
come United Nations considera-
tion ol Formosa WO l>elieve that
United Nations consideration
would contribute to a peaceful
rather than ii forcaabla solu-
tion of that problem We do mi'
believe that the Security Council
nivd l- oi will
lies mine aggression a...
public of Korea.
At Peace
I .. is now at p<
will reman.
resorts lo fore. "If the Securlt)
Council wishes to study the quae>
tion of Formosa in will
. '.nil.- .,
thut body. Meanwhile, n. >
dent of the (Security Counci!
aa wiiii Ran one on
with ana
aggression agaJnal the republic of
Korea, and rmctfleaUy, recogni-
tion of the riKht ol the Korean
Ambassador to take thd
the United Slates resolution for
tocalianUon of the Korean conflict.
"These seven ihhiiU accurately
lecortl the pwitiini of the Unite-I
States. In the forthcoming dis-
cussion nf the problem in the
Serurity Council you will continue
to have nu Mmpleu support.
Healer.
Fi.i:i:i.\e.
I ltO>l TIIK WAK ZOKE
Man ley
Re-Elected
P.N.P. Chief
KINGSTON, Aug. 2i
Mr. N. W. Manlcy. K.C., was re
ant oi the People's
Part) si tlit annual
I'M' cot.:.Kjif. hald
. v IMbataola m
M vice president. Ken
lei | lent W01i
nd
iia'iit
Tin- SiKi..Iist lea.In paid a coii-
"There must be immedi-
ate ravtval of thd national move-
ment in Jamaica "awards self
1,0 vert in lent, for it is apparent
fiat until federation bocon 1 1
i.-ai.ie. Jamaica miial press on
a land fw icif gumimntm m local

dopoaall for affiliation of
tha T.WJl ad for one
vear when rightist elements de-
feated a plan which would have
Blvefl control "( party policies an I
programme to extreme leftist-
J'ca Police
Investigate
DoubleMurtler
KINGSTON, Aug 28
ri!' HMO Kit busy
morning on the double
I ston West Bad lul night Rudolph
Sellowes, artisan and Hoscttu itar-
iilt. donMdUC, were battered to
c tenth on the loiely Foreshore
iload and the txidiev were found
< nmg 75 yards ipurt.
Sellowes Is a married man and
are faced with two mo-
tives eilher Jealousy or robbery.
Thd rmiidei^ orciuied in th-'
uewl> reclaimeil section of the city
UnTVntbj unoccupied, but project-
ed a>* .hi industrial district
MacArthur Ordered
To Withdraw Statement
On Formosa
WASHINliTON. Auk -'
THE WHITE HOUSPaaid lo-day thai Pi-.-siil.nl 11 it
man directed General Douglas MacArthur to withdraw
his statement on Formosa "to avoid confusion .is to th
I'n.U'ci States position".
General MacArthur in a statement of his vii-ws to the
Vderansof Foreign Wars imetinij at Chicago, had d.....e.
tliat Formosa must remain in friendlv hands.
He had said that the Pacific Islands acted is pro
l -dive shield to all the Americas and all fret- lands In tin
Pacific Ocean area.
"From tnu island chain we can dominate with an
power every Asiatic port from Vladivostok to Singapore,
and prevent any hostile movement into the Pacific
'Any prvdatoiy atta,k from
I be mi RmphlbtHu* el-
(ott. No amuhibtou* r, ii, tll, t,
JAMAICANS ON HOLY
YEAR PILGRIMAGE
KINGSTON. Ausust 28.
tiiiHi service n.
itc MatOt] Of Jamaica
i thai nonttau for 23
.'i-maican Hunian Catholic pil-
Mims who embarked "" utl
. l.ie first |cd Of till
h'liniawe to Rome.

Urfi- r.iuim
Sireeesses in Korea
: x in.ii : -.'a
Bck American and South
and had
live on muny
from iccoi

London
Thd < I'i'iiiiuiiraae
iii.-ti-m atMh
I t In th.

. huni (which th
i nut tired Utft
> Killed, wourtdd
> officers
i.meil tha
- .I titiea of booty
4IS WATER
LILIES
LONDON.
lb* K.v. W. M lilUi.
water INIrs lar -ir-niiii
Every mornlnc in the lib
o*aor. the II y-ar-olil
i*rlor cf Southllrel. Keal
mil* (hooaea a lll> from
bin (oldrb.il nend. laeerta It
brlween slim of bread and
butter and downs the
sharer hundwtrh blot <
breakfa-t
*> niellmn be sddn a little
lam bec-iuw 'water MUea
have no flavour of their
Thr reet-r Halm* thai the
llllrt. att "very .ustalnlnc."
and ih.ti he eaa work for 1Z
or 14 In ui on oi:e sandwich.
Thr i- .on- deeldrd lo eat
water Mile* .(in be heard
a friend say that three >\
|ilnrrr~ who nerlahed Irnwi
hsTTBttM In l.-hr.iii.i need
not have dlrd had thev
kn"wn nhout the water III*-
I've hee.i eallns them for
in rears mm md I'm not
dead ret said ft>v. Palloon.
INS
Replo
Jebb Wilt
lace Malik
On August 31
LAKE SUCCESS Au*ust 28
Thd Siiuritv Council met i
tiOEed sev*ion today to consider Its
yearly report lo the General As-
sembly .
The report eovers two main
-ontmverslal question^' Kashmir
and Korea.
Observers here did not expect
the Soviet representative Mr
Jaooh Malik, to approve to
vassal aa whole hut tarn tt>
thought he would Lns'rt on the In-
clusion of a note that ..II IB
decisions of the Council In the
last eight months were "Illegal"
iwlng to the absence of the Soviet
delejinte
Mr Malik term of ofhre as
President of the Council end- o.i
August 31. when he will be sue-
ci^ded hy Sir Oladwyn Ji-hb.
British n-presentati
ii.ifni without control of sei
mil air lane*
i* "With naval ami air supremacy
and rnotiern ground elements d,
oefmid our base-. ,iuy maior at
ttick [mill Continental Aata lo-
"U'Srd t>ih- friend* of it,. Pacifh
would come to f.nlur.-
A Friendly Aspert
'L'ruUi Mfa i ..million-. Um
i'.if il:i mi Iciiik. i j
Ctttf -venm* of approiiche.. f..,
u.e proapactivd Lovadai it u<
unies insteml ., Mandlj |
-hir line of defeme i* . Datural
ne and can be majnteinaaj with
the minimum of anon
rnse. It envisions no attack
wnat .in.nur ooi doai n pro-
' C-' i li'.fi i v cull.,! (..i nili'i,
lve iipemt ioiw. hut proparl]
mainUuned it vyould lie an Invln-
Ible .iefenre aRalnst -il
If we hold thai line W n ... havi
peacebut lose it and war Is
ii cvltabia
The Oeneral also said that the
enemy could utilise rormoea as a
base foi short range
lo "threaten cornDtately m.'j trtirnc
turn, tlie South, and tr.ti i-n. i ..II
lanoa in thr WmIhi. Pa.
He said that Presment Truman's
decision on June 27 to .ufenr(
Formosa 'lightivl into lluine a
lamp ..f hop. throughoul a u ,
was burning dimlv towards ex-
tinction "
To iHirsi inch does
lot include the dafance ..f Knr-
mosa would I* lo turn over th.i
Dmlta of oi,r Pacific virtory to a
potential enemy
Asked .f General MatArthur
might be relieved of his command
H .. raaun ol thli Inddi nl ' I
dei.lial Seerctao Chi.rle> , Rota
said -The Lnciddi closed
Renter.
No Bail Allowed
CommiiiiiHt Leaden
NKW Y(I(K. Aug 2H
The Unitofl Slater Court of Ap-
peals to-day ordered bail .,i
convicted Communist |*a
revoked, but Rave them 10 <> to
seek the postponemmt of their
ion terms pending appeal
lunvicted last Ootoboi <
conspiracy to
overthrow of the Unit
Government, ten of them were
sentenced lo live years' m arisen
ment and one- Itogen t; Tnon | -
European
Cabinet
Rejected
STRASBOUHO. Aitr 28
Tie Kuro|H'an Assembly tonlgTit
ret) refected a surprise move
> create immediately a powerful
European <.o\eminent The A<
embly was considering a propos-
i to Itavw biranaan ataAaa free
. arort in clos>- union when
I'..
Ki. noli Bo ilia) Andn
hMoi........
>iH>sin tin- tona
! Cabinet
11 a iaaatnbkr in taa vital anal
i-iadvs. of its Strasoourg MaAan,
i ie.te tha -num.liiK'Ul. which
unit n.eivad 10 votes Some 100
naath. ra af Um It-nation bdi
i an ptaaanf
Wh*.i the Assemlily .ilso Vvekd
>wn mildar raoWalial amend
idlng to "eneourase'
'eiiemi arosjpa, raarnban of Hm
"IBftj now" RTnti|) rlenmini'e-l
laajataa
One of them FVem-h jDClalist
I lid All Right
ot.i. rafucaa t an-
Murug< the imitm I'li.u ahaWS
tha Lrua ntdanina ai d thoughl
I the maioriti ol thai urusBt"
M I'liilin mils
bmi -'ii
u*l> We aril] Mwn' no effort
n whatever
(Bv JULIAN BATKS)
TOKYO, Aug. '*&
A^MKKICAN and buuth Korean forces holding
the northern side of the United Nations "De
fence Box" in Korea today held arm against
stubborn Communist attacks ranging from \Vaefc
wan in the north west corner, to Poh&ng on the
east coast.
The battle for Pohang and the important air
field six miles to the south east was developing
into one of the fiercest b*\ttl3 of the war, with
hard pressed South Korean defenders spurred to
the maximum effort by a 'backs to the wall' order
from General Walker. Commander of UN. ground
forces.
/' |ttm HaeWi hHllle riijed within two or three miles
of the purl, hit) (euernl MmAfMMuTI lleiidi|inirterx stilled
'Ii I Ibis afternoon, id, lion) ".ippear-s to he dnhilitcd"
Moi tiu-i 'i divttii punt
. n Um Pohuifl netor with oRam to bnafi mrouoh
coal One Was driving aloi the owi Huni*ha<
sin mi let '.< tt'c- north, tl ithoi wi pushln lUtlwaai
from Ki m. recaptured from tha Soutli Kon u
id I in. i
i n IU behalf."
BaJrlMH t ftaaamhli had de-
.nred Itaall dUsatl-itWl with th''
lUara ' II * > nmmlWee <.f Mln
.Mers, Buiape*i "Uppai House.'"
., .. i- r um.'1
h' \ embly .idotitml a 65-
- .nl n pi> to llil effort, to a
tnaaaalpl Irom roe Council >>f
Ministers.
VMtng V^.i^. .3 III f.tvour, six
tgaftat, with II abstaining,
a thoaa in. ihu not vot
>^as HiHUtt Ulmtii DelewaU-
Hnah DaJt .n *ho ihotitfht only ..
hoU resi> l/ul.1 have been
tut He nlMi protested agHint;
rnaawra, i.iiar adoptati. dealgn
i lo bypaaR the Committee oi
act] of whose- 13 mem
'ieni has .i complete veto on all
Assembly rseoimneiMlatlons, bv
ippaallBf t i National parliamcni-
a r luppori
The prop ii pledged ataoaban
presrtit Assemblv paCOnt-
.iH'tidaUiai in their own piirlla-
i.t-nU. and, if they had fotad
or them nl Rtrnslmirff, to ll(h'
or ahem .a home.
Mr Dulton suld he could not
plddaa In advance huw he would
vole in the House of Commons
.,|i any aubjett Thia would be
.i dangerous Inleivatitlini by the
Ku 0# tiatloliMl i*rllametit.
Heutrr.
Hnrrh'tsnv
Wove* Worth
nil- mall Atlanth huni-
till movini

'......I ''11 I .'>
1
.mil .., .i
Indtt
i i
fnaal Bhli......n '!<

Polirf Move Iiilo
(Jomiiiunirtt^uarlfT!*
HAVANA. Cuba. Aug 28
Poliea to-day ceupiei the pre-
mises Of the til-wri-klv i-irts
i ipar, Anterici DaaofOlaa, which
as helm; IhWd b* UM' omiiiuntrt
.. replace the l'nnwminit papav
loj/. atntpeiifled b% the Oovarn-
i.eni inut Thursday
The sportr. paper had ha an pub-

Key.
As it OhhTkl] it violalerl the law
bv publt.-hini; a dally, and this wai
HM raaaan given for to-day's oeeu-
i itlan bj im potlca
Reuler
ALLIES DISSOLVE
FARBEN TRUST
ntANKn'MT. Aug ;
The Allied High Corttltl
gay published a two II
v.ord law sealing the dial
one of the world's mightiest in-
dustrial empires the T ti. KarlM-n.
combine
.
| H
vaunted ptnu ) M eaarlahslng ol
II manuaotfi lad utriai
Reutc
( e
KOREAN WOMAN. llh all hrr worldlv pof*esa|on on hrr
Sees from the balUe area In Kares. On the rlshl a kM
howttser gun crew awaits order to fire.Express.
T
Select Committe
Princess Alice
-I-Mil. VisTKY OF BT complained of vouchers that
. a yester- were not (.ertlfleol and other-
.ha- into unsatlsfac- thai were certified "on instnK-
tha manual In tlons of the Churchwarden '"
. th- pn |n addition, a letter was n
i 'iv di the Princess Alicu reived from the Governine:
i .1 the removal of asking the Vestry to account '.
m Seawell to the Reef, fou, huU said lo have be*
i Select Committee to handed o\*er
draft a repl) to tha Oovarnor- Mr Tudor yesterday replieo tu
aan questions asked him by th'
on the Reply given to Vestry present Churchwarden. Mr
Bruce Weatherhead First one-
Mr Tudor was Churrhwardtn tion was why were orders eifrr
for HH9-S0, and It wa- duiiai on the Parochial Treasurer foi
aha pajaaaaf of aaaauan
inK Field wa prepared At the the voucheri were not certiRci
end of his term of office Mr by anyone, or bore the notatioi
Francis H Pile. Vestry Auditor, "certified on Instructions of the
e To Report On
Playing Field
Argentine
l*rotes!sArr\sl
Of Courier
. 'a.
Will.

vrgontlnt our! n *
! War ii rdinp lo
Poraign Mli istrj elrcfa ban
srnan 1
i
,
wld by Polish luthoritli
liours.
Hi allowed t.. band orai
M djplon hi i which
Ing to
nils availing him nl HM
Tha protest wai undarsj.....i .
n .
da
-Ureter.
Stall ofhcei i hei
must be expeetliiM


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I
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li.t. Illg i.i t )i' said the-
KCMOB'I
ft oond Divi ton vhleh U fl bV
|j to I
al Kurio I1.H4 I .l.in.( (In V.
i .i
the in* nc v attack on I
: .
Iliont whk-h hiu huld ..
...
i in di par It.-
i
I ftdites
1
... .
. ii
Ic ired out Nak-
1 i" Aboul half those
ho if-.' lied under
-1 ill- iv hff And the
tl scalleied. dropping brtdg--'
:.
puni bridgehead
rMhd t*> .il. oi. 'letim ami otllt
OUth-WI It i/r
"miiiiim :t | i (,, n.(v,|
: i tanks and two i
the liVef
i......liiiti aggiea^iv i
lowai Pi
% an age 1.
Churchwarden"
"The Work Was lK>ne"
Mr Tudor replied' "I |
i"ied that the work wai dotie
Second question was wuy was
I Works employed. Mr
Tudor said the Clerk of Works
was employed to IM that th<-
materials were propartj ia-
celved
provad ..f ttka *iuuhtv
of v ork :in:t muteriuls used In
I he building of the pavilion at
thp Playing Field, was the Ihird
question, and to this Mr TUOXM
replied that he did
The fourth question was how
many huts from Seawell wer<-
handed over lo Mr. Tudor. He
.v. I
The fifth question was
many of ihose huts Van
ported lo. and ued in the
pavilion at the Reef, al
ttbal two of tban
To o^iaaUon No 6. fl
the roat of the hul* M
paid for. Mr
Tud.,1 rapUad the cosl of the
t uts was f.2lS (Wl He had been
told by Mr Pan
Acting Governor. that ihtv
would nip' paid for

was a hut sold? What was U
On page 5
THE POPULAR
K. W. V.
once more available
v ". ly very populjr In many count tl
K.W v K .11 tfa Cologne toad
UK-ivak-tl deiiun i a
Made from the purest and most fragrant oils
produced in Euiope and frith a of pure
urapc spirit, this Kan de Cologne ha a iaattin*
unexcelled fa DoJlghtfUlly
icfreshlhK in thai thi i. it is indiirx't.-. tbie
for that final touch to i Had for a really
liood after-shave lotion
In 2-
. tor. .mil So/. Itollles


p.\r.r two
QcUub Qallinq
MR. A. A SHENF1BLD. Mr E.
irton and Mr.
Jack Dent, three Trinidad dele-
gate* to the Oil* and Fats Con-
ference l (iTi-^ont being l>cld here,
arrived in BarUidos yesterdii.
ii.omini by B w I A
>tr Shenfleld is the Ecooomi.
Advi-.- to the ('niMTnmem >i
TnHvl, Mr. Wrarton is Chair-
man of th- Cocoenut Orwr-
Association and Mr Dent is .1
rvprwer.lf.ilvo of ihe West Indian
Oil laduatrie* Mr Shenfleld is
staying -I the Marine Hotel and
the ..Iher two are ;tt Ihe Ocean
View
The Gieiuiia delegates Tor thl>
conference. Mr E. Gittens Knight
M BE. Controlln of Supplies.
Grenada and Hon. J B. Renwi.-k.
Solicitor of Grena-i. arrived sn
Sunday
The Jamaica dalenatea arriving
by B.W.I A on Sunday cn
Mr. D. C. Ferguson. Commissioner
ct Commerce and Industries. Mr
A G Squire. Manager of the
Cocoanut Incustry Board and y.i
A. H Phillipps. a member of the
Board. They are staying at the
Marine Hotel
Married In England
MARRIED in Richmond. Eng-
land recently, was Mb*
laullne Hunter to Mr E Hugh
F Ostrehan
Mis* Huntrr 1* the daughter "I
Mr. "and Mrs. R A. Hunter, who
are at present in England Mr
"strehan is an Engineer with
Cable afia Wireless Branch at
San Juan, Puerto Rico and :hcy
expert to leave England for
Jamaica on 31st August, en route
for Sin Juan. Mr. Ostrehan, who
was once stationed in Barbados,
is a member of the Magic Circle
-
...-- .
Engaged
rr\HZ ENGAGEMENT was an-
-I nounced in Trinidad over the
week-er-d between Miss Peggy
O'Donnell. eldest daughter of Mrs.
Stella O'Donnell and the late Mr
Andres O'Donnell and Mr. Mi-
chael Spence of Barbados who IS at
present holidaying In Trinidad.
Here For A Month
MR. AND MRS. Can Brown
arrived from Trinidad yes-
terday morning by B.W.l.A. to
spend a month's holiday at the
Hastings Hotel
Mr. Brown,
a planter and
shore, very r
Yacht Club
Mra. Brown is British Guiana
born and incidentally they have
lust returned from a holiday in
B.G at the beginning of August
They both know Barbados well,
and have many friends here.
With Mene Grande
MR. AND MRS. Herbert Bolr.
who arrived from Venezuela
via Trinidad yesterday morning
by B.WI.A. arc here until Sun-
day, staying at the Ocean View
Hotel Mr. Boli Is an Engineer
with the Mene Grande Oil Com-
pany and hails from Missouri.
This Is their first visit to Bar-
bados.
fho is retired was
low lives at Bay-
far the Trinidad
Sometimes Twice a Year
VflK BfiHERT ALLEYNE uf
1T1 Trin' 1 vesterda\
morning by B.W.I A with his two
Wilma and Albert, to
"pend two week*.' holiday in Bar-
bados and will be staving as
1 11.1l at Bathsheba He is a
manufacturer of confectionery in
Tiimdad and has been coming to
Barbados regularly since IMS
mt'Umes twice a year.
At Home In Antigua
T"K Ailing Governor of Anti
* gua, Hon. P. D. MacDonald
and Mrs MacDonald were "At
Nome" to over a hundred guests
on Friday by kerosene lamplight
Among the guests were. Mr. and
Mrs K R Winalow. Mr Wins-
low is Circulation Manager of the
New York Herald Tribune Mrs
Wlnslnw has for many years been
writing for the Kiddles Page of
tN Tribune They were staying
at the Mill Reef during the hurri-
cane but are now temporarily
lying at ,,The Turtlegale" in St.
John's until their bungalow is
completed at Mill Reef
Founded During The Last
War
THE Cameo Club which was
founded early during the
last war and has as its President
Mrs. J A. Haynes, is now well
known locally from the many
musical afternoons it has had for
members, and has several times
put on broadcasts over Radio Dis-
tribution.
To-night over the local broad-
cast. Mrs Denise Sisnett is In
charge of the production of a half
hour programme given by mem-
bers of the Cameo Club which be-
gins at 7.13 o'clock.
House-Hunter:
MR. und Mrs Jimmy Cu2ler will
Marl house-hunting as soon
as they return to Trinidad next
month. When Jimmy went over
to England to cover the Test
matches for most of the big West
Indian papers he and his wife de-
cided to shut up their house. Now
with the tour nearly over and
Jimmy's )ob completed, they are
wondering where their new home
will be. But they are not worry-
ing about it "Something always
turns up" says Jimmy "We
havent lived In the same place for
two years since we were married,
and that was thirteen years ago."
From Baldwin-Praise!
MRS. MARY BRANCH wife of
Colonel J. R A Branch
recently conducted a musicale at
Government House in Antigua in
aid of the Antigua Widows Fund
Among the artists was Mrs Ernest
lx wbn delighted the audience
with two items from La Boheme.
Before introducing Mrs. Dew, Mrs.
Branch spoke of the first article
contributed to the British Sunday
Pictorial" by Earl Baldwin in
which his exact comment was "A
month ago in the West Indies I
had the great pleasure of hearing
n line soprano. Here, thought I.
Is a voice that has been trained
well and most truly."
The Earl did not mention Mrs
Dew's name but the clue to her
identity was given when he added
that the singer had been trained
by J Campbell Mclnnes The peo-
ple of Antigua are proud of the
high tribute that has been paid
Mrs Dew's charming voice by
one who is a great music lover
Within 24 Hours
LORD BEGINNER, the lalypw
King was again equal to the
occasion after the West Indies had
beaten England in the final T-sl
and so made sure of the series
Well within twenty-four hours he
had composed this little verse
Hi about Mil cmtur?
At a crowded night club just off
Holborn, the haunt of a targe
number uf West Indians in Lon-
don, he sang this song as round
the microphone, dancers celebrated
the West Indies victory. Among
the revellers were Valentu
Pierre, Christiani and Worrell
Left On Sunday
MR AND MRS Josef Adam
and family left here on Sun-
day afternoon for Trinidad by
BWI.A. Mr Adamira has for
the past few months acted i
Manager of the Bata Shoe Slon
in Barbados He now returns U
his former position with Bata'*
Trinidad.
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One let tar aunply stands for another In this example A U used
for the three L's. X for the two O's. etc Single letter.-, aft 1-
trophlea, the length and formation or the words are all hlnta.
Tach day the coot letters are different
A Cryptogram Quotation
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HitiuOa like a oorrodsd bar'
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BY THE WAY ... By Beachcomber
ONE of the first duties of the
imposed Ministry of Sport
would be to have an enormous new
building erected and to take over
various hotels and private houses
for extra staff. Then local and re-
gional Boards would be established
all over England, with Committees
to organise every game.
At the same limr a kind of Brit-
ish Sports Council, with plenty of
the taxpayers' money at its dis-
posal, would send out teams to lec-
ture Corsica on football, Green-
land on cricket. Switzerland on
golf, and so on Special Leisure
Police would have to patrol remote
country districts, to ensure that
only holders of licences were play-
ing. They would have right of en-
try without warrant into any house
uspeeted of harbouring a non-
llcensed player It after all this.
San Salvador still beat us at bas-
ket-hall, a public outcry might
succeed In getting the unpopular
Minister transferred to a better
Cabinet job
Mn. McGurgle'K American
MR. CHADSTONE, the librarian
was walking along the prom-
enade yesterday, when one of the
inspectors who had been to Marine
House recognised him. "Good
morning," said the Inspector.
"Hlya, toots." replied Mr. Chad-
stone. "Enjoying your holiday?"
asked the inspector. "Me and who
else?" said the librarian. "You
Britishers am sure gol sump'n."
The inspector suggested a drink,
and they went into a bar "Stick
'em up!" cried Mr. Chadstone. "Er
set 'em up. I mean" "What's
yours?" said the inspector. "Iced
woddahstraight." "What else do
you drink at home?" asked the In-
spector. "Borbon and rye high-
balls." said Mr Chadstonu. "It's
hard huuor. paliywalzy." The bar-
man having ItorrowtKl a bit of ice
from the fish-shop next door, the
librarian sipped his drink appre-
ciatively, when they came out the
inspector said, "I've just got to get
aspirin for my v
"There's a chemist's shop just over
there." said Mr. Chadstone. The
inspector stared at him. "You're
picking up English quickly," he
said. "Eh?" said Mr. Chadstone.
on his guard. "I thought you all
said 'drug store.'" explained the
Inspector. "Aw. gee." retorted Mr
Chadstone uncomfortably.
On* Mutt Suffer To Be Ugly
Or a woman known as the
"High Priestess of Beauty"
(and also as "a restless human
dynamo" 1 I read that after a lunch
parly, she once made 12 ladie-
land on their heads against n wall
Mmc Zaphroma. Empress ot Diet
and Complexion Mogulcss, **y*
that if they had chewed radishes
while thev were standing on their
heads they would have eliminated
all possibility of pimples Mme
Xaphroma. though over 80. can still
roll twice round a room with an
empty bucket over her head.
HOUSEU IVKS
GUIDE
FliMI f ( luIIHtiuer and
IlerU v.!ien Ihe Mdvocalf'
herked >e*terday were:
luliMjwrr i&o. per lb.
Be. i 24c. per lb
B.B.C. Progruitun*
TUESDAY. AlT.rSTjllKO
Rupert and the Back-room Boy-37
Wl

.
Nrw. A.t.i.1.. 1J IS
irom <,l.i.U Hot,,. II * p.. ,
1 M I
nrfm.ry -m w I Miaai. ..
TJM News, 7 ID p m Km
: IS p m fiBi -
P in Radio TtMrtr*. S VI
0pm Ti* Metk-r.
r tKVk', 4 IS p !
' " Concrn*. S
toon: ft 11 p m ."rogrjni!
p m W.Wi hLiBJiin*. S IS p
I..' .
One Woman You Can
See Through
HON.
The enh 1 1 Khlbll si tha Brtt-
kdi Pood Pal
unless it is fxi 'itic.il woninn" ^ i 1
Her height? 5 ft. 7liu. Her
weight 7 stones. Numc? Lumina.
She's described as the only wn-
mun men can see throui'ii Whyl
Honst 'be hat 1 W nspai it
-km
I.tiniiiut is a plaalii
brought tO the Fail ft
many by the Cat '
ilciti. Educat..... Shs naa -Hu-
inlnatad, transparent orguns and
veins and a wlfl
nervous system.
Lumina talks thro
recorded voice of an Irian mrl
She tells you. at the tUl
wilch. In>\- lb)
her b principally, what nappena to foot
when it i-n'.r- (hi
Shi- v.. made at a cost of tfi.-
000, coiiianis 1;; thiIi" of Wire
and the lighting cable mi bat
slretche* to 3!!^ 1,-<-
n.iviiy Inaurad lor the duratkxa
of her stay In b
Cn each of Ihe nine days of
UM Fair, which opens today.
Britain's famous "Rmln
-Charles Hill. M P. will use
'he model to illu.li.n- I
health and niltrlUOfl
The Central '
i> QuratUMo. 6 p m
Londnn. T SO p m l
Natw. AmlyM*. TUT 30 |
as* p m M..di.. N
On lb* Job. B 30 |> n,
wt; 1 Eft p m rroin >ba t**IU*
P HI Up Top Tun*v a (i 1
ia ea
.
Hwi. IS 10 p nt lnl*Mucl*.
t*n Ihr . fwam RrtUln. IIMp.n. Prom
"le Concvili.
!! 1 -
la a arotinhop nUsn
rnuai ism, and w ,-. in rislili
dream to make ban and dJatrt-
bute not only life-size model-
hut small i
', \ \

1 i
TtZSYJtt
WMVS. "I
res kb> 1 .

i ft* her*

ami HVACIMTH
ispai
nt
1.11
., Linlquj
thi importunl fti.id aspects Of
duaatloa it is <
thai wdli the model, much more
effectively than with blackboard!
I trts, teachers and iicliii'-i
can explain the construction <>
. and how it opej U
I iiv ladses I-umina ha;
k>, illi .. lomantic pas!
It beams distantly in Dresden Ir
Of Internation'

DM Osjrn Mus> of Hygien
under the direction of D'
s
travelling health e*>i
ill went to a<
In 1925 at VHOna, W
time, a I
N ti-mspan-nt moth-" 1
human body a man.
interrupted the growth
of the transparent family. Dr
:il technicians srari In-
,:iet1 u> work m Mt-scow when I
adad UM Eastern!
n,- of Qormaaj Tnay declined.
id the Doctor went to Cologne1
with the Idea of n,n. lerring bill
\-<.rk there
".ft. 1 r ' ii' > .il.
muen .iifRniity. 1 h 1 Qarman
Health Museum opened aealn in j
Cologna In formal Luftwafie
srhich was used latav bj
1 naalla aduca-
'11 n IJrrouicBOUl Die world.
In this building I-umina grow
Up fine r from a
kid k 1 :. 111 bg Iha
.sculptor Max i'aulus. (';.
made from the ttatua and from
u.iti p.iicnt pi
ni-.i Lumina n,.. bet
lescribed by technicians as a
"triumph of artistic and engineer-
ing technique".
Plans are going ;ihead for 11
mile for her. and 11 ; expccb-l
thai Kit- two will eventually emi-
rratc I 1 thi Unltad Btatai for ex-
hibition purposes.
PLAZA THEATRE
BRIDGETOWN
New Wommm From wmner Bros!
ibbKFORTHtSllvWH|K0
'-"" DAVID BUTLER^^XmSSPmSXSmSSSSSmm.
(.1; WD OPI1MNG. SATURDAY, M I'n Mill K 2ND
______________________ AT 8.30 P.M.
Fly to
CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE
Cleanse the system from blocd
impurities ; many sufferers from
rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago,
neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and
minor skin ailments, can derive g'eat
benefit fro in this well-known medicine.
fa LIQUID r rtlKf FOAM
THE TEST IS IN THE
TASTE... EAT...
J&R BREAD
DAILY
T^W
All the lint-M in Bread and
Cukes huked Dally. You can
always count on the Quality
und Purity of our Bread.
AQUATIC (TIKI 1 M-..MA (Member* Only
H.i-.-r gajM PlSftSIS
K1IINII IMIIMMIM *!!> >.< Vm
tHI MB*,! Mi.NT ml S.SS
'
. nit rasa nravaan 01 vov
a ..-.- r.. HataN
NEW
YORK
P1AZAOtatm:
n !..... rcAM *tPlAi
(1*1IK > LAST STAND" *1lh Nrl l*-\NI li II- !-' Ml.-.'.
HIU Si 1 Plil h** at Bl nVM s a s 3* p m \aI iTUSJTEH'S IrfWtT tfTA-NTJ''
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RjmBi iMp-i
BASTES I'ARADK
HEI)MI)AV Tllt'llslnv
NATIONAL VII. \ II
via
PAN AMERICAN
CLIPPER*
PAA
Vis Antieiia.
TourKt Srrvlr* between
-.11 Juan and New York
One Way......S239.3S
Bound Trip 4.">ti.72
B.UM. Currency

Via Trinidad
Tourist Servlre between
Pon of Spain and New York
One Way...... S285.43
Bound Trip..... 539.12
B W I. Currency

MIAMI
Vi Anllsua
O110 Wav Kound Trip
X220.40 $.196.72
B.W.I. C
NOW
THE llt'RRKANK AND RAINY SEASON IS
AFPBOACHIKG
II, ., Mfy SfocM M
Bulls & IliiiKn.
Ladn
Hasps & Sluplrs
Barrel Hulls
Ump Chimnevs
Burners & \\ i.l,.
\4tMm
Nails
llaniniers
Kilo Roofiim C'onipoiind
(.alvd Buckets
Sisal Ri.pe
Call at Our Hardware lruniiiont;erv Dep*.
Teleplionr \'o. 20311
KKMK.MBKR:
1 DO I'arkini; Problem wlien yen simp with us !
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LIMITED.
EUROPE
Usurious Double-Decked
Clipper Service batwaen
Naw York ond lron,ollanllc
points. Overnight occom-
inodolion in New York City
on ihiough flaghts lo Eu'ope
Ot no odj.r.onal CMI.
FlY PAA. Iht bell *oy
in lha world 10 travel
Onywhere in tht world.
For 'urlher information and
revtrvQliom contull you>
troval ognl or
WPA/V AUERfC-W
W0M.0 Airways
'I* M Ric I' v i
eusiscits Man cuppfa caaco
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GLOBE
TRIUMPHANTLY OPENING FRI. SEPT. 1st
lMsi|;H.HHM!hir.M.T|
_^H^^s^assssasmss^
Striking, startling,
stagoarlng sania-
tions, Including
thalOmostter-
rlfk thrills
ever pictured!
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GLOBE
LAST SHOWING TODAY, 5.00 & 8.30 P.M.
" HOSEANNA McCOY "
EXTBA EXTRA !
Leon ERROL CUTIE ON DUTY
News Reel DENNIS COMPTON
and LKABJE CONSTANT1NE AT CRICKKT
TO-MORROW, 5.00 & 8.30 P.M.
A SUPER DOUBLE :
" NOTORIOUS "
Ingrid BERGMAN Cary GRANT
AND
"WEST OF THE PECOS "
RobeM MITCHUM
Dt Coi:* & Co Ltd
SIMM* ?l?2 i'n*.
EMPIRE
To-dj 1.45 uid 8.30 and
Conllnain*
RrpuHIr fl.lure. PrrsrnU :
"SAJVBS OF
IWO JIM I"
Starring :
John WAYNE
John AGAR
Adebe MARA
Forrest TUCKER
HOW
To day Only. 4 30 A 8.15
Republlr ntiolr Serial
"KM.XG OF THE
MOV.XTMES"
Starring Alan LANE
nrdnrsdi. Nl(kl It 8.J8
Varaeaa Mt/hl
ROYAL
To-day and To-morrow.
4.M A 83"
Rppubllr Double :
JANF. FRAZEE In:
SWMBnWW
OX A
"TiAMKBOW
And
GENE AUTRY In
"I'ALLOFTHE
CAIW0IV
OLYMPIC
To-day 4 30 Only
Krpubllr Doublr :
James DUNN
Mona rHFFMAK
W
"THAT
HHFKiXAX
GIRL"
A ad
tiottnxmnv
SWEETHFAHV
With
Robert LIVINGSTONE
Ruth TERRY
TO-NITE AT 8.30
t r..rus Xiffhl


TTESDAY \l CIST M, 1M
The Truth About
McDonald Bailey
(From Our London Cwrrespmiilenl)
LONDON
McDonald bailey rutowfty .
-iin- npii rtreak" lad "tin- brawn bullet" ben
a perhaps- as Britain's TrmuLi.l i AAA
c t...iiiuii.M. h*t.- Imi'ii receiving plenty ol \,-
And not all 01 il has been favourable.
Mac undoubtedly one of the
bag DDt been having too happy a time" wiin the AA.
Boys" Veiled rumour* have bavn cfcvulatlng Ui
i av been inquiring into his amateur status.
Mac has been nutting in insn>
appearance* in different pant vt
ihe country ti U
months. Manchester. N<
Dublin. Wl I
had an opportini.
tartest man In nV
ir.f his paces
Tv.. A A.A. havs ban
iiiK how Mac nan bean Mbla t.
spare to nuch tune for then- ap-
pearances. There have been *ug-
gestions. thouiih no) oflV
he has stepped outside tha stats*
ol an amateur to carry
en kh cements.
BARBADOS ADVOi in
rsc.v: niRir
Training
For Life
l < iiljtionships of scho-.U to
councils in The Importance
of developing- the children of vil-
lage (UStnctl tu IU Ihem for life
eneraUy and for their future
I* in the Community, was
stressed by Mr. Frank Ogle. Direc-
tor ol Education, when addressing
a laitfe gathering of delegates and
other representatives of the British
Guiana Village Chairmen's Con-
ference at the Mi-Gillivary CM.
School. West Bank. Demerara. last
T sssdaa
, . det taring offlciallv
open the 49th annual Conference
meeting and urged that develop-
ment of the rural areas rested
much upon the educational de-
velopment of the children without
Whom there would be no people.
He warned that they must be
trained not only to pass exams but
rather to be educated for life in
WUen pagpaeW he hinted, the De-
partment of ^duration was plan-
ning a curriculum for the schools
which would be an education for
life- more than the present kind
of curriculum which had a tend-
enc> to res', on books than on life
itself
Pointing out that only a small
proportion of the children could
hope to become doctors, lawyers
and people in high ports, about ten
in every hundred, ha asked what
or the other- He said that they
must have m training for life and
he hoped he would get the support
of \illnge Councils and Village 'en outside
leaders in the new curriculum. | in flUatlc
whhh he said might be termed a
revo.uUon' In the education given
in the school* of the Colony.
The Hon T. T Thompson was
elected President of the Con-
All K.rt
But take it from
Mac has been able to get around
the country uecause his employe!.
U r. S| kmad him |
to visit t*ie /aiioug un-
he has been running,
trf-en ki\ |
11:.: -.:. II .,:!, :l.n;
in his spare time.
I! haa not been ssstocktsssOl
that Mac's business trip- have
Aitii his running coin-:
That has been arrang-
d I" Mr. Spiers who takes a
area! .n athltM
one of the few. presumably, in
try who are Interested In
Britain l>etng able to hold her own
in intvrnational competition.
It has .dl bee?, perfectly legUfl-
Juggle
your way
out of this

" MftTlLIt
Most Oil Produced By
Saudi Arabian Oilfield
(From Our London Correspondent)
LONDON.
THK US PUBLICATION "Oil & GuJouXT il
thu. the Saudi Arabian oilfield of Abqaiq, discuvcrcd in
1941. is now producing more oil than any other single
field in the world. Its current production rate is put al
450.000 barrels daily equal to an annual output ol 22
million metric tons.
This comparts with the half
*-, Hritish-owned Ku
OeologiHts Survey >. new-win
Take Away Veto
From Foreign
Ministers
In Council Of Europe
vommetr i,il and!
began as recently as 1040
t.
Fewer Beef
Cattle In
Jamaica
JAMAICA August 28.
A ready decline in tl.e number
of beef cattle In Jarr.ai-a since
1W5 has bMi noted by the
JamiTPn I > \ -.eintion
The number of cattle slaught-
ered OV tba :atnawiruMi hint
Incrensed considerably" 1
The Livestock Advisory Com-
mittee which recently reviewed
tha liw-iock position found that
herd* would be dangeiou-l>
depleted in the nex' f.w years
unless efforts were made "o reduce
the number of animals slaught-
ered each year antt accord-ugly
the Coomm.tbre, which is a
Govern men t sponsored body, his
decided that ilaughtering through
out the island should be redoc I
by 5 per cent immediately
The Committee feels that this
reduction will meet the situation
for the time being but If in the
future it is found necessaiy tu
make further reductions, that will
be done after consultation with
the Jamaica Livestock Associu-
t.on and the Chairmen of the
Parish Committee; of the Asso-
ciation.
Beer cattle population In Jamai-
ca reached a peak of 180.000
hesdx in 1045 but is now estimate.!
M I64.0O0. Slaughterings have
increased from 32,000 per annum
in 1945 to 48,000 per annum at
present
bout world famous atfc'.
Wilson.
"No one can seriously maintain
*nat Sir Donald Brahman did not
receive considerable indirect fin-
ancial benetit from his magnifi-
cent performance*apart from
the gifts he got from wealthy
patrons
tons innu
It ik Inlereaung to note that the
nost prollfli Venezuelan oilfield.
Lagunilla*. whet*- piodur
started In 1928. was re-..:
ilucinx .it , rale equivalent to an
annual output of over 2d million
metric tons, while output of Ihc
K.is' TtXai Held, for long the
. ;aest prndueei
esponds to an annual mo- of 14
Now Peter Wilson. Columnist of
the Dally Express has taken upon
himself to defend Bailey from all
the ugly rumours and whispers
thai persist
'?& -';;: DecpInBG-8lnteriori^^^-,;\,riS,BtiS
8BVs"Srffl "'*> su, n^rt.,JJflBrtlftsss
,ttsrs nnt one wit so long as he mem has recently embarked on ft representing 17 million
doea not flagrant!v exploit his *uivey of one of the least known
skill for profit. i,r,d most inaccessible arous ol
British Guiana.
Wealthy Patrons Two survey parties under Dis-
I think it i* time we stopped Irict C.eolog.st of Bnrticn. Mr.
putting our head* in the sand E B. Pollard, set out recently to
commence an investigation of ttw
Upper Cuyunl-Maurum areaa
survey which will eventually ex-
tend to ti.i- Venetuelau boundar>'
It is proposod to cut a trail to ,.,
I1, w 1, l.n* 85352*] ^ Abqaiq-s present OUtout is eom-
Mekura Point on the Cuyunl. Tlio ing f?0m ol.lv 45 wells out of a
' two parties will each begin from
Golf Blues" used to be offered i P?int nd gjj a Une eventuallv
good iobs on the Stock Exchange:1 Unkln*t UP w,lh McJl <****
some of the lilies of the tennis Tnc cirogning UbIi when com-
Igwni ..ho tollci not neither did pipte w,n provide access to Uio
tnev -in" (except on wet courts) area j^ men aiKi mppUea and
have made more than comfortable w,il be used aa a "base line"' for
incomes out of sporty lirms" i ihe whole expediUon
"I defy anv ai*-;ii plavei In i iTiereuftei both parties will
tlieae gays <>f BliUsh gtfuetie pov- commence a syitemaUc survey of
erty to say that outstandiiiK pro- ,i,e area. Mr. Martin Kaye who
a/aai hnsn't helped him or her in recently joined 'the Geological
material fashion Department after having served
"So I most certainly hope thatlwrfli Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd..
.in inoividiMl wiicd-hunt won't Iw'will later head a third party
directed against Bailey let himiwoloh will Uivesligatc the sedi-
alone to get on with his running .n entnry Knleteurlan series.
__^____^_^ TIM parHftg have their own!
Iradio traiuunltter and rao
Mail and supplier, will bo carried
,i by montlily charter plane It
la expected that the survey will
take two years to complete.
BIBASBOUIta, Aug 2
dm ; I ranon pni
tooay ssnlad
i:i. |an Ajgrabs> to i>ut an end
\j FOfStgn Mitnsiei .' power of
vi: ), in tin COUOOll in a mochaBi inesflh on die
OonuniUsjs ot UlsOatai
upper Houat tha I eil, Rcq -
Burgan Mud declared: 'Do m MaUS
ll. :ik that these men will be able
I i[ < .1! ...I.'
ol il
Held
|f 85
ompleiio I'.
mllei long !! I I
\.
;ire between fi,000 and T.om) feet
deep and 0.000 |:
Chamber Of Commerce
Suggests B.C. Should
Take Part In B.II.
.niiidine.n
Ui the report of the Aaaeiubly s
v.encral Affairs (Politi.-al) Com-
alttce, asking the Corgauttaa to
presant nt the next sal Ion of th<
I i posal \u changi
u .1 *..iuu- b) mppiess-
,i Ins 'he right of veto in the ( <
t M,lusters.
Kai Wiktmnd (Ce
appealed to the Asaem-
Otd conHicl
bftj] not uiK.iiue along
the : ad toward! beUai collabora-
tion ny words and mutual recrlm-
:
Georges Bohy
ocata
tba i daral UnuHi darnanded
.' A-semlily for propaganda,
i
: Um < !""' bul i waril
' '- i:..... I'm':
tmunitf fiohjr taid, i i
for tha take al 11 1 am
fitJeialist because 1 want
Juror On
Bribery Charge \
Altermath of the La Penltenca |
Punt Trench Muider. In which
three were condemned to die-
one has since had his sentence
commuted to life imprisonment
was the appearance of John
Sukhal, a Juror who sat on the
third retrial befoie Magistrate
A. R. Dlckson on a charge of
offering bribe of three dollars to
each of two other lurors empan-
elled with him.
Jacob St. Kitts, one of the two
Jurors whom the Police alleged
were offered bribes, declare*! in
his evidence at the preUmlnar\
inquiry-, that the accused offered
him three dollars and said "Man
tuke this and see It we can harp
the accused persons in a man-
slaughter verdict ' This offer, he
said, was made as they were pro-
< ceding In car to visit the loqur
in quo, on January 23 last.
St. Kitts said that he told the
accused 'no' and wa present
when the accused made a similar
offer and request to another Juror.
Edwin Sears, who also turned
him down. The accused, he said.
had admitted to him that he had
gotten the money from the son
of the accused Rattan, who with
two other sons, Lackhan Singh
and Harpaut Singh, and their
mother Seerajie. were being oc-
tused for the murder of Mohamed
B.C. Student Gets
/i.Sr. Degree
Mr. Rowle G. Farle> .
Old Qulanssw born Sena i
UV Goes tnenl Grammar
School. St. obtained
i' i Eci ''loinlcs nt
he London School <>i Bconoittlcf.
Mi I-
President tu ..... w i Studenta
Union Of Britain and raa repre-
sentative of the University of
London ,ii the Inl I
ealional CoOtaftocOl In Switzer-
land, Denmark and Bulgaria, as
collaborated with the British
Council, the National Institute of
Adult Education, the Trade Union
Paint Export
Sales Higher
using
All. a t
minder.
Th Weather
Kill \\
Km
SI
JsL
Sun BMM i, II p
Moon il.-il quarter)
September A
Lighting: 7 Uu p m
High Water: 4 JH p m
i.. SO/t
TB8TBKDAV
Riini.ll -t .iili.n i-.nl
las.
Total for Meat! la Ved.i
U
.i i
s I :
Temperjlure iMax-i H.r.0 F
Temrerjhtre (Mini "JO I
Wind Direction (t *.m> I.
(3 p m ) I
Wind VeliH-Hy: R miles per
hur
Barometer II a.m i 29.M7
(i p i ;n wi
Export kales of
Limited
ftinialned tiuouah
Hiring arrangement with a dri-
ush j 1.1mi concern. Under this
agreement paints are produced In
England under the Canadian Cotn-
iiany's formulae on a royalty
basis and are then sold under the
the Brandram-Henderson label
As n result of the loss of export
iiurkets the company fiuffered u
net loss of 112U.15S in the fiscal
ear ended September 10. 1049.
The agreement with the Bntiih
firm, states Norman Holland,
I'resident, coupled with cxtemivv
peratlng economies, has enabled
[the company to again achieve
lontuble operations.
OEORGim IW
The Georgeti iambi i
assnares i iraelj n i orasnended
thai British Otuai a ihosiu lake
pail in the Hiiusii Induiulai t in
to be held In IH.'.I and has decided
......!VJ thfal VUM to I HFB i D
i nen 1
Tlie matter me up lor ausjfaa-
Ilon Ihnuafh .. lagter I i
Colonial Seeretary, the Honour-
able John tint-h, Inloin
i ...i ibtr U Mi i
'onunlttae, Uonds i. h I
-.. Coloru bed
take 1-.iii ui (in f.iji
Hie Prssudent, Mi. H. G. ......
Biandrem-i'"'"
make h.unipe "
.in- i.i i :.....
in the debate. Lord Oil
(Conservative) speaking Irotn
Winston Churchill's place as his
ui Wi- ii.
Immedl-
ftt Europi'an ! i
mtiieved by a mere stroke of the
*We see no reason foi | a
foiward to solutions srhlcfa hav<
no hope of success." "On the
other hand.' 1 I
will lead
nowhi-!' u Ung \\,i'
adiourned until later today.
IsjBtW,
i.
nufactl'ng to |y the ti|
thai thej i.i. a -..i
ent rcvomutendinh tin- l
trticipatkm In iba I
and Co-Opv.ativc Rah* fttlOfuU
Committee, '.he Mlnistr> ol Educa-
tion ^,i\d the Local Education Au-
in devising courses not
only for the Workers' Educational
Association, but also for West In-
dian students with a view to the
development of Adult Education
the Caribbean Colonies.
Mr. Farley is the son of Mr
J. Fnrlev. Adult Education Offl- i --srt up at New Amsterdam, Whim.
cer. B.C. No 63 Village mid a: Skeldon.
ORANGE TREES
FROM SURINAM
Surinam has made a further
contaibuUoD to British Guiana
Mood rehabilitation plans. The
Ihitch OOlOny ha- followed up
their jpn of 5,000 coffae plants
with 2.0on otsnge plants.
Heavy rainfall late last year
and early this year wreaked havoc
with fannerv grop and the Gov-
ernment has since llien been doing
everything In iu power to replaee
these farmers on u proper foot inn
This recent g\H (r m Surinii-'.
i-rrlved by K.L.M. plane last
Sunday. Director of Africultur--.
Mr H H. Croucher, explained
that the plants had come for
budding purposes and were sent
nerbiee. Nurseries will be
First African King
To Visit British Cuiana
|| l< >V.N. HG Aug 27
The i.ist of African Royally <
visit British Guiana wUl ba Km-;
Anyanwec Ogueii of Ameze Obldl
]> Owcrl. Nigeria, who Is expect-
. ii hi .,'n,( i.i. fortnlgnt
He Is a gnniunte of Adelphi
i ollege. Garden Citv. I.ong Island.
New York in political sck
government Hisnnual
the beginning of a Caribbean tour
to study the social, economic lOC
political life of West India
\(n. m gi m '
While In this country he will b.-
irii
ii
I D.DS..
i
Daylight Films For School'
LONDON August 28,
Daylight film ahowa in elemen-
tary schools will be the next step
in modern education methods in
Jamaica Through the British
Council, daylight |
screens have arrived In the Island
and will be put into service
shortly.
In The Ghetto
llv WMIUI S. IHUlETT
1 oMiON
A.......
i he poi
( pee i
today in unwilling member of
OUlntll I! Ogg. < I ivaliM-
nbei
'I. I ....
the 'itie of Viscount
B lUl Of
I !, L ed m uli m, rartea l/"i
of England.
i'h........
,
i .
i | i
. al did not In*
Far with the

In a recent *prceh In Ihe House
l Commons. Hogg said:
if. i have navw belle*
U iteradltai principle,
and it Is nothing iMit n peculiar
,,-. i. al rats Wrhlch had ir-
Ivd me In the al-surd position
l being an example of it
niv years I I
ig how I might avoid
,i. i I.,,
i-iit.u. peet theti
i ens of achieving thl
fortunately, beaUti iei
i r to BK I." i*
His father. Lord llml-ham. mar-
Isughtsi "f Judrt
" mble Hi' wn i.t
ad in 192S.
rd ChsnceUor oa
Fi plain* Many dubbed him "Win-
i ' doubstH because of hii n
Mai 10 Winston Churchill
-I N
MAIL TfiAlNS
INTERCEPTED
BERLIN. Aug 28.
Three Western Allied Com-
mandants In Berlin announced to-
day tha' they had protested to
Soviet Occupation Aui.mntie'
against 'Soviet interference with
il mail trains."
The announcement said thai i
reply had yet been received to
Ihe protest letter tent to the
Berlin Representative of tfM sto-
vlet Control Commission on Au-
gust IS.
-hauler
HU A i r
....I that
a due
.iinri> .'I his patients
-.. a
'Oom h laps out seien matehe-
JeX

i esjtr i

I' tf-IVf* in I
i -1 ptgrg
U a catch nil
tnpoaslDl
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THEREFORE :
TI'E do-'ior iinds that
peopU'a reiKiioiw u>
-
naat be .< > ,.i nr no thtv race

m. i m \riM- i .
ho in life refuse to lace ft
;m*lrni \ the doctor
rise ii t-iii i a* .l.
try 10 break 'he walh which

Mi, rKH.R- .in Hit wrL ul
paopl* *ho let'K i>* M<
solu'iun.. ehteh E Dot really

rhe '!: I OI.K. he m ; sm
Dei who geek al rayi lo
understand moie ftDMI IhaftV
n-les the peopl* M*. -. me.', snd
the world thS) Ufa :n
* In WHY Wi; All AS WB
HO. *>v I Vu'ld >
Work fa*.
London E*pi'i
nm v)CKS
wHtotcAno
I COUGH
' DPnnc
i/ase!i
l-Mi MAS
HAIR
TONIC
drops.
vssttiai
tasiaawsii u
i-Fl i.o-.-G'S CCtN FLAKES
FOR BREAKFAST, SUPPER
AND BfTWttM-MEAlS.
1 tth pb (onl.i.1
Ml flei.u.i hlpiFiji l^t
i.w sfgsa !***<
Ii9m |K pak| |BH
lit* ho*l .. mi limn
*'d (ml.
3 w.ih asal o. casaaassl
%-!*> IO UtU. ihflp tit
moi* noufiihm) than *n
j) d oit Itu.
4 K.lle.'. C* f'/... -
las!* liult Mm* ol >
t.,-(j ftssa, old (
rewsf flNka lo Admiral llarbey
Will Lean'
Puerto Rico
admiral Di n
. i.,,.1 ot the T.n'i
\.u;il District and I
,,( m^, ( Kiontin
'"''
troai Hi"' Nav> DeiMiliu-ul ii
LOO thut he *lll in-'"'
lehlng i..... rrom dot'
',.. i irlbbaan and randlng
. r to tin- Kon i i
Admiral llarbey s n<
nent will be comniandnnt of lh<
Slh Nuv.il l>' uii .".'I -..i.i
,i North i
f the Weslern Sea 1-V.i.w i viin
- gftiUas, Wash-
ii. Ion.
Admiral Battaaj
ul i>> s.in Juan sin ApfU -t"
i,. iii ui \ v hnani on Iba Wtl
plaia nanci
nan M n 11 h n I
i..... tour ot duty
iny Admlrid in thl
his lime h. |
.1 i.il ' '.i
I ivh activities gnd '....."''
well-known In business, novern-
rri and social drel*
Among lb* proiacti svasla h
I'ueilo lliui are
u..loins. Boath A
i, Puerto it.. ..ti wiitei undid*
defense of the Carlt.l-.
|noa . atonies of the area, tl
Vie., in
PUfttt W i'*a for iinnual fl*
and Am/
of a La tin-American ftchool H
naliari In -San Juai I
mrai
ularly whnoiii rot
I.ibeily-Port
He has ftuecesafulh s
Ban ,i is a lib.
|.ort for I'S N;i\
nd as a port o( i nil tot lorstgi
varshlpg. Ha has been instmmen.
Ud in the return of Ul US*
lsnd lo Um i
he utilisation of I n sjli m >-1
f for Ii-..: .
tahllnhment of ft un Bed Air ami
Sea Rescue *y*teiii
: kno-.vn .n .
time what Admiral il m Ol
dered to leiwrt as the Command
.mi oi the Tenth Nv.r Mstiiet
but Admiral Barbaj ha
that 'he Navy1
inoaram of ni'iperalion with
wdcrK and
f .hofver he may be.

mates of Wi, I
Vi
Fl'.llTl.
tUm an
goo pit
in w.ite: toa>ssT i
vital A At th
sent t
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In Wnshli |
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Amnliikiotih Landing
.
I
Ifttgf ol :ho Seventh F
-BOEO ENERGY FOB JILL WITH... RELLOCO'S COIN FlflKESI
NEW RELIEF FOR
ARTHRITIC PAINS
But nw treatment does more than
MM these terrible agonies.
A new product. DOI.CIN. hits I........rented whieh not only glx-e*
prompt n In t (r..m.....pain- duo lo i|... "vnipioiriH of .rllirftis and
rlieuiiiutiain. hut nlso .'ITerls the metnl>oli< proi rmmt whu h lonatlluto
a very important imrt of tin. rheiininiK state's bSH kaycasnd
IKH.t.'IN lin- t.o thoioiivhlv tente.1 in m..ti. d n<-
Itlll.CIN is heiiis usmI wc with unpn-cedeei.^l ... .
Ix'injr. |SroaMadbsd b) do I.....is* Ami man. ...
le-unii-d normal living aft r.ull of l.ikint: linl.CIN.
Ilonl d.li. I'n.M |,V Hi.' hik-h.'Iim-.....low ,.lim. ..( lbM
pion, C.I DOI.CIN lodny. A b only
-010 IV:
On Ksle .1 iumii. i ir>. DBl.'!) -km.i -. (It'tlMl LTD.
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DOROTHY GRAY
!' i.il pi |i U ll..... (i.i II
romplrle l,,.k of
oVcliui C|t BKAUTY PSEPABATI0NI am availnble al
( (III l\S I I l > I -.,.... I Slr.-el.
NOTICE
Wi; Atl. PI.KASFD TO ANNOINCK
Ili.it v,v ore once a^nin In a position to
Supply the following . .
I'EACIKK & BUCHAN HIKOIf;
R<-J Rm.fini! Paint 'a $6.17 prr rhIIoi.
'EXTFJUOK miSt (iREEN"
sprrially prepared for the tropics
'a 7KI per gallon
Seeilfe Yours Fnrly ns We (>n!\ I ivr
A Limited Quanlit>
IMiWIHN(i ESTATES & TRADING 10.
LTD.
"ECKSTEIN BHOTIIKKS"
By Slrwl
BridKclnw


PACE FOt'R
II Wtll.MH 8 xnvncATE
11 I -l>U \l (.1ST 2, IMS
BARBADOS
t.--------1-------
ADVrOtfTE
IH. InU Si. MpMk
Tuesdaj. AMM 29. 195"
Call It Rationalittalion
H> H. K. BBatSSSBBBa, M.K.1.4.
MI \ IMIOH
VHEN the Government of Barbados
welcomed Trans-Canada Airlines to this
island last year, something was started <>(
immense potential importance to our econ-
omy. The decision to extend the runway
at Seawell to accommodate large airlines
was the next step. There followed the
advertising of the attractions of Barbados
in Canada. So great was the result of this
advciMsing that during tin* last winter
season. Trans-Canada Airlines had to refuse
tickets to potential passengers because
Barbados could not supply accommodation
to meet their requirements.
This summer the enterprise of nine
hotels has resulted in an influx of tourists
from Venezuela on such a scale that it is
expected that hotels will be unable to
accomnnHlaU- m-xt year's tralnc unless
new hotels arc built.
fti August there were bookings for nearly
300 Venezuelans us against 150 for July.
The package tours are successful.
For some time now the Government has
been tinkering with a bill to aid secondary
industries and it is clear that il this bill
had been passed and encouragement had
been given to the erection of more hotels,
this island would have benefited financially
this year.
Today with the approach of the winter
tourist season, where do we stand? Are
we to lone tourists because of the slowness
of legislation to encourage those who are
eager to build more hotels?
It cannot lie difficult for a Government
toencourage hotels as secondary industries.
Legislation has been passed to this effect
in Trinidad and in Jamaica and these Gov-
ernments have wisely agreed to let in cer-
tain materials and furnishings necessary
for modern hotels and to exempt from
taxation for a period of years, intending
hotel proprietors.
Grenada has already provided in la-
Eastern Caribbean an example of initiative
in encouraging the erection of a luxury
hotel. Grenada has beaten the pistol in
erecting such a hotel before the vulume ol
tourist traffic had reached anything
approaching the peak it had approached in
Barbados.
In the endeavour to encourage tourists,
local businessmen have not been slow to
co-operate. Advertisements in the Daily
Press are written in Spanish; shops have
pasted up Spanish signs; efforts arc beng
made to secure the services of Spanish-
speaking employees in many firms to wel-
come Venezuelan tourists. The Barbados
Publicity Committee has distributed in
Venezuela brochures inviting visitors in
their own langjuage to come to Barbados.
Anyone who has visited Seawell recently
must be convinced that when the runway
extensions now being carried out are com-
pleted. Barbados will have at Seawell. an
airport which will be the envy of manv of
the other West Indian islands.
It is possible that with the geographical
position of the island and good atmospheric
conditions, Seawell will be able to compete
for "stop over" air traffic as the gateway
to the south.
But it is useless to encourage air travel
and visitors from any country in the world
if Barbados cannot provide the accommo-
dation which they expect to find on arrival.
Now is the time to build a modern hotel
with a capacity of 100 rooms and an archi-
tectural design which will permit of expan-
sion as the need arises. There are inves-
tors enough ready and waiting to build such
a hotel provided that the Government will
guarantee them assistance by favourable
legislation. Seawell must not become a
white elephant. The door to expand our
tourist industry ami thereby increase em-
ployment lies open. Will 'he Government
walk through?
i it is 'seen t'i-1 UM
well and does in
'
luatMBi * it should
i md tinb
the utilities give
rate* that
The Editor jsked me if 1 would merely carries*, and so help to mOdlAid wh
like to comment on this Act which spread disease* like typhoid and
grinding Its way through unriulant fever, bovine tuberculo- (set carry oi.
the machinery of the local leg!*- *i, septic throat and to on in mi
laUvc mill, and .a mom.ru of Iii my experience all these lc*.il i
optimism I < I mi fllllj agreed to document* seem to have one char- uc it it is w>
do m. 1 seem la have u habit i in common, that thev U.ed Whe:
light hearted I.v undertaking to do endow sorr.eune with very sweep* Iffuami sei \.
something thai proves much In* powers that are practically fair to all concerned, it is difficult
tougher than I thought it would never exercised. In this respect to see what sound arguments can
be The Act is a formidable legal ihe Public UUlity Act now before exist for natiorulisation, though
d'~ laaMBt and I have always found the Legislature appears to be a re- gllb-tongued demagogues M
the mysteries of the law as hard UUvcly modest affair. I expect ally advance more or last plausi-
to follow as I believe lawyers often most of us have tried at one time ble reason* (or what they want
And the technicalities of engineer- or .mother to really digest the It do. It is an evil day for any
lng. I have heard some criticism small print of an insurance policy country when uch an irrevocable
of the Act. both for going too far or the verbal convolutions of a and far-reading step can be taken
and not far enough. To my noil- title deed or mortgage on land I for no bettei reason than to pro-
legal mind it seems to resemble have sometimes wondered if In mole the p-rsonal pa satis*) and
Acts now In force in the various the event of being so unfortunate position of i->wer-hungry poUtl-
Province* of Canada, and I believe as to have a lire. I should be forced clans. In C. nadl >uch Acts have
that the great majority of Cana- to pay the insurance company for certainly no proved step* to na-
dians would agree that actual ex- whatever thrill I had from seeing tionalisation ' pehence over a term of years has my home burn down. I must leave to be regan
been satisfactory. If anyone now these mysteries to the lawyers and jorirv as an
suggested repealing these Acts, or limit my comment to faring that which might
even modifying them inasfcrially, I from the viewpoint of an Engineer, tlon.
feel sure that the amount of sup- the Act seems rdequate and satis- Surely w
port received would be negligible, factory, and should reprc- nt a from the
In some respects the proposed definite advance to a better State Britain klnr-
Act seems to simply repeat and of affairs with reference to the now in powi
MMiIlrm regulations already estab- public utilities id Barbados. tenslv P*Osp
llshvd ;ii ii-.ist in principle. In the The day has gone by when prl- Uon I Ihei
Acts of 1899 and 1907 with refer- vately owned utilities can be left which tlu- gt< p resulted
ence to the Electrical utility, al- to do as they please and to solve rates to the public, or
d by the i great
iccptubU* itltcrnati
- called ratlonaliMi-
can learn a less
events
the BoeJalsrt party
undertook their
mmi' of national
a rinilsj instaiio
nd to
though these regulations have the problems that come up from the pUutuc
never been actually put into effect, time to Umi by simply raising the social ai
Presumably this repetition was ne- rates, without r firCf to l&y au- the country*
cessary when bringing the Gas and thorlty representing the eonsntm- ev
Telephone utilities under the same crs. and thit is especially true ha
OSXhl In some Canadian Provinces when actual control of the utility effle
the corresponding Act also em- rests thousands of ruing away in dow
braces water supply, transport*.- Britain. The Board api> inted to and
ion and even milk. administer the Act is a! i respon- < ita
The idea of regarding milk as a sible for seeing that all i ales and
trikes that disrupt
1 behove that
the prices charged
gogJJggV considerably, the
et \. ,md the nunal cr of unofficial
Irresponsible Irlka
*d Whul iccord for na-
i: .ii n!
blic utilitv may seem startling regulations are fair to the com- Here In Barbados let us hope
o Barbadiana at first, and I am panics, so It la not a one-sided that the Publn Utilities Act will
!iot suggesting for one moment affair. be passed, in due course without
hat It should be Included, merely As in all human activities, thd serious modification, ami that it
ommenting on what is I think the success of the Act will depend will men Be given B fair trial
nental attitude of most Canadians mainly on nvn of the right type with men of the right calibre to
ind A.iierirans on the subject, being -appointed to carrv out its administer it.
1411k is generally recognised as a provisions. If sound n roi nationalisu-
nost valuable food that is used In They mu.st lie the best available, tion exist, the operations of the
ts various forms by the enUre and above rr.(roach, or the whole Board should bring them to light,
lupulatlon. but is at the same time thing may fail. It is essenUal that though by the same token, tho
i serious menace to health If not the best Interests of the commu- Board should be able to bring
ubject to the most scrupulous nity be the deciding factor and about prompt (Direction of abuses
.ot considerations of party politics or inequities if any Hre found. If
1 see that during discussion in the Act Is pessed but falls t
ihe Legislativ Assembly the idea function properly, and cannot r.
VH mooted t.iat the Act Is a step amended or strengthened so that
a the wav o nationalisation of it will funeti i. it will 1* time
jtilities. enough to i ,-idci alternatives.
This view la to be deplored and But there it no good reason Why
ive must hope that It will ho that should happen.
are in all stages of producUoi
md distribution Regulation of the
Jalry Industry does have the effect
f ensuring uniformly high stand-
irds of quality and hygiene, and
iroteets the good dairies from the
nfaii competition of those that
ire deliberately sub-standard or
SSBiUlQN 1INDL1I
The Evening Standard \
chooses a plamspoken
thriller that is ..
Lean, Grim
Muscular
Reviewed by
(irorfr Makola
IhoiBMIIl
Indo-lhina Would Fall To In Two Week* II French Leave
Indo-China is one of the four "The Communists have a regular In Its appraisal of the Vietnam
places on earth most vunerable to army of some 80.000 men, plus up government. Time call* it -weak.
Communist attack'' states Time In to 100.000 guerillas organised in without credit In the country.
I major article devoted to that amall bands Half the regular The chief of state. Emperor Bao
troubled, war-torn country. Time's forces are concentrated In a trl Dai, "is still a symbol com.m.nd-
Parls Bureau Chief Andre Lagu- angle of mountainous country in iug great respect, only some or
i-rre. who had gone to Indo-China upper Tonkin giving the Beds which has been Mttntd nway i.y
to find out whether it could be poor but un nlerruplcd lines of his fairly consistent neglect oi
held attains! Communism, sent rommunlcattci with Mao s forces public affan
back the report which Time fca- In China." "Through Indo-China's political
lures In its August 18 lavue. Speaking of these troops, Time Jungle the French move warily,
"To many of Indo-China's 23 8ays "They are well disciplined paying
millions," begins Tame "the strug- ftn(j' m five years of war they
hie with Communism is a gigantic nave u-Brned much from the
dice game, and the Indo-Chinese French. For months, arms and
want to know who is going to win ammunition from China have
before they place their beU.*^ leaked through the mountain path'
vy penalty for past
istukes. Mien iy+9 agreement
with Bao Da puts the Vietnam in
a sort of half-way house on the
road to self-rule a self-rule
pnnci|ia|ly limited by membership
"Here there are really Ihree jna(Vlddic"the frontier The rcgu- in the new French union, of which
battles In one", Tlsne continues. ,__ Communist battalions now France u> definitely the senior
"The first is against the forces of havc *iuch lire-power as their partner beach unwillingness to
Communist Ho Chi Mlnh; the rrcn<:h. equivalents Anti-aircrolt take generous chances and the
second battle is now being pre- ,iaMTies have made their first French legalistic mind have com-
belng pre-
paredon invasion abetted or led
by the legions of Red China; the
third battle, xugent and complex.
is political, and It has to be won
if the West is to establish relations
Indo-Chinu on a sounder
moral and material basis than the
past lack of nn Asian policy has
allowed.
"The biggest reason why the
first battle may be won. and why
the second will either not take
place or be efficiently fought by
the West, Is the French expedi-
tionary corps."
In taking stock of France's mili-
tary position in Indo-Chinu, Time
reports, "It is the French army
which Is keeping Indo-China out
of Communist hands. In Indo-
Chin.i. France has committed one-
quarter of her navy und more
than half of her flying pcrsoiskel
Her army of 150.000 includes her
flnest professional officers and
troops, who would be of incal-
culable value in Korea and are
desperately needed In France for
the defense of Western Europe.
"These 150.000 men are tough
and efficient soldiers. Their mor-
ale, considering the punishing cli-
mate and terrain of jungle, moun-
tain, swamp or flooded rice field,
against an enemy who consistently
flee pitched battle, is surprisingly
high"
Time reports that the military
situation in Indo-China is nol bad
"A bleak way of putting it." Time
states "would be to say that the
situation In southeast Asia had
deteriorated so much that Indo-
China .'merges as the West's strong
potal m the- p.nt Of llM world."
Counting ihe strength mul iii-
rluence of the Reds, Time says
batteries ha
appearance "
IsiaSoB *ji
Tm1.y'h Thought
THERE Is a rhythm at
events thanks U> which a man.
having completed what he set
out to de, lingers amid the
gesMres of activity; he finds It
hard to realise that hi* da>
Is over In fwntasy he sUII pur
sues tin- round of active move-
ment He rannol a e e e p I
repose; he does not know that
he Is dreaming; the harmot
formed by doing and .
being eludes him.
JACOB WASSEKMANN.
tuned to give the union a rigidity
which threatens it with strangula-
tion al birth.
"Nevettlieh-s. Ftenth lorce
Indo-China is buying lime for Ihe
West It alone can sway the
ait -.. I >eei and the liiM axi-
om of U.S. policy here, therefore,
should be aid for the French army.
It Is sometimes suggested that the
French ought to hand over total
independence to Bao Dai and
evacuate. But two weeks aftot
the di n.irture of the last French
. i.Idies. a Communist govern-
ment would rule in Saigon, and
the Vietnamese would be sen-
tenced to a worse tyranny th;.n
was ever dreamed of by French
colonialists.
"Another suggestion Is that
Vietnamese pxkUUca be left in
abeyance, and that only French
power be reinforced to crush
Communism. Hut tins Idea defies
tin one prlsJcipV which the West
cannot ignore: neither Eurojic nor
Asia cm be permanently defend-
ed by outside forces. The> em be
helped, but they must be able
and willing to defend themselves
"This." Tune concludes, 'is
partly an lido-Chinese civil war
which con nly be completely won
by a majerlty of a free i>eople
inspired by a national ideal A
Vietnamese national army must
be built up by the French which
can evonh..illv replace the French,
and the kindly, intelligent and
sensitive peopla <' Vietnam must
, ,. elf-respect of free
men The K viable solution
thai will bring them solidly Mid
healthily |.< the Western side
HT OLD MAN'S BVAIM.I Bl r.rs fntl* S.<*>
trass as, *i wi"
TMKRK are exceptions w every rule. In
the potrgl way you may not care for
thrillers." Novels about hunted criminals
and hunting police, with no stinting of gun-
play and no time wasted on stippling-in the
line shades of characterthese may not be to
your taste.
In that case I propose that you decide to
make an exception on behalf of My Old Man's
Badge, a thriller which is way out ahead u:
the pack for quality and is the first of iti
kind to become a Book of the Month.
Let me prejudice you in its favour.
HARD-PACED
It is plain-spoken. It is hard-paced. It
wastes no time. And it knows its business,
which is to grip, command and keep alive the
inierest of the reader.
To. lay down this novel, after reading its
first few sentences, calls for a positive ai d
difficult act of self-abnegation.
"It wasn't the gun's fault. It was mine.
My hand was shaking as though I had been
on the booze for three months, or as though
I was u rookie cop who had Just killed a
couple of men.
"Which I was."
Already, then, at the end of Paragraph
Two, the reader has travelled a long way into
the dark heart of this story. He haB made
the acquaintance of that promising young
lietcctive John Francis Malone, whose
strength is as the strength of 10 because his
heart is pure and he can drop a half-dollar
from his hand, step back, and drill It with
his Smith and Wesson.
HE IS IRISH
Johnny is Irish in a way that only old-
fashioned New Yorkers still are. He shoots
with aplomb, remembers the teachings of
Father O'Flanagan, and has an eye for
pretty nurse in St. Anthony's Hospital whose
name, as sure as there is Rock in Cashel. is
Mary Kiernan !
But. let facts be faced, there is more of the
New York police force in the Malone blood
than there is the Ould Country. Johnny can
remember that day he saw his father slip
his pistol into the holster and swagger out
of the house for the last time.
Should he ever be in danger of forgetting
it. the badge he carries in a little leather case
was in his father's pocket when he fell in
the line of duty, shot in the back by an un-
known man.
Almost unknown, at least.
"It was a man by the name of Hoffmann.'1
the commissioner tells Johnny. "He's some
where in New York now. Malone. He's gotmj
to kill you. too."
Which is another long stride into this story
FIRST JOB
For fourteen years, Rudolf Hoffmann, i
young, revengeful German seaman, had
sworn to kill the whole Malone family, prov-
ing the seriousness of his intentions by liqui-
dating Malone pere.
Now an anonymous letter to the polio
department shows that, with the passing ol
ihe years, Hoffman's opinion of the Malone:;
has not mellowed with the years. It seems
only fair, therefore, that Rudy should becomr
Johnny's first assignment p.s a detective.
The trouble is that the New York polic<-
department, with all its resources, has not .i
photograph, nor even a description of Hoff
mann. Rudy is in townthat is the mosi
one can say. Too little to be helpful: to*,
much for comfort?
It turns out to be enough. The quest tor
Hoffmann takes Johnny Into the Bowery, int.-
the company of a dope trafficker nametl
Muddy Track, into a sinister session with
four unattractive personages, one of whom.
a Puerto Rican, performs alarming tricks
with guns; finally, into the dope traffic itsell
NO TRIMMINGS
Hoffmann, after all, has to live between
on pas* 1
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has made 270 million francs more
profit this year than for the same
period last year Then, for 12
nilion
always dramatic. The advance red oblong worth 30.000.000 francs.
guard of French jx>licc cleaves n Meanwhile, lable number two
way through the thousands of in tin* baccarat room has beei
sightseers who nightly gather prepared for play A brass rail.
outside the glass-panelled doors breast high, runs round It.
to watch tile celebrities.
The sound of lyres sereamlna ** "nIfM III
.igiials the rapid approach ot T^HE croupier sits in the centre monlhs' play, it earned 450
King Farouk nl the wheel of a * of one side of the oval table, francs.
huge, black, American car. his back to the wall Chandeliers When the king has his first wlr
Before the ear has finished are switched on he leaves the chip on the table as
swaying he has jumped out. In single file seven wealthy the stake for the next game,
dashed up the stairs, pushed by Etryptlan business men, who have When he loses heavily he pulls
his royal bodyguard, and fairly ben mvitol to play with the from his wallet his lucky card
meed thrmiah the rssrtaiirant tn king move round the brass rail, the king of diamonds. He puts It
bbM ussg sTOlrrorad gorridor from Wh.n -,i\ l% set the king is told. In front of him on the edge of
wmch ine *..mi>.iiig rooms branch. Ho saunters into the room and the green baize face downward:
The comptroller of the King*,, takes a seat On the right of the then doubles hU stakes
purse by this time has been U> croupier. A small table Is placed When he winN he laugh
the glass-top counter, whispered by his right arm. and coffee and heartilyand jokes with the
with the cashier, passed over his a bottle of water are set for him. loser.
money, and departed with a stae* I'lay besiins. It is chemin de far. London Express Service
Our Header* Sa- :
llounp Rvporl
hove to be started all over again,
liter 1 added those comments
tbmit the Vestry of St. Michael
In the debate on the Public
Utilitie* Bill, 1 am made to leap
uiih iH-wilderlng agility, and for
'"' no apparent reason, from the Ga-
. The Editor. The Attt
Silt.In the debate
ouse of Assembly on Tuesday Company toltSaviS&mn
Iwt on the Resolution for a sum of blan,e lhBl Wlll ^ BUa>hed to
to repair certain schools and tho t|ie members of the Executive
breakwater at the "Princess Alice" CommiUee instead of the Dtrec-
playing rteld. | am reportc as Ior of Highways and Transport
;aying that the resolution w0i My remarks about these gent'-
were made when 1 referred
equal distances on the same rout
ob'ained. It appears that chat |
principle has now been change !
so that the levelling process coul I
D* carried out upward".
It was then Unit the wamin"
as to where the blame would fall
was given.
R. G. MAPP.
Crick.-i Vene
To. The Editor. The Adwocate,
SIR,I think all the cricketer*
.'erses. so
that the resolution wai
cadly timed and stating a- my ,,... vic tumm wfirn Kmm
chief reason for Wing H that U. the recent announcement that SSt included
sum of S3.1M.35 had ah-ady cerUiin bus fares would ne increas- ,*,is m> version.
been spent on it by the St. Mich- , flnd Mid. do nol JHJ^ The cricketers c
ael's Vestiy (16.166 35 the that any such increases havc been WMl '
sum I stated) and an inventuja- tanciloned by the Executive Corn.
tion was being conducted In that mlrtee; if they are not. I would
Vej.tr*' point out that just as the Govern-
In view of the nature ol the nient proposes to have other pub--
drbate which followed. It is best |jc utilities produce their books
that I correct this incomplete etc.. before thev can increase their
report After saying that 1 did nte* it should do the same in
not agree that It would be a waste t nnectlou wHh the bus conces-
of money to spend thot amnunj sionarles The Director has stated
on repairs to the breakwater. 1 n,.it there will onlv be a "levellint;
quoted from that part of ths lip" of certain rates to those for
Addendum which read: "As t Is corresponding distances on other
likely that heavy sea:, durinp tha routes, but it is in effect an ln-
hurrlcane months will cause ^ur- crease in but rates,
'her damage to the i< ' .'.-r
H is proposed to effect the ,, ;1~- Sometime ago I wrote the
sary repairs Immediately", and Director asking that the rate for
went on to say that we were al- part of a certain route In St.
ready in the middle of the hurrl- Thomas be ."levelled dowr." to
cane season, and It might prawe tnat obtaining on another bin
a bad time to start on Uiese route lie refused to entertain
repairs. Heavy seas migh: .-,one the idea, .and I subsequently
it the time when the work on the tattled questions on the matter and
>uler protection for the \*.ll had leceived replies U< the effect that
do well
Idles proud as H -
They stand supreme to-day
In Test match they show the
way.
Valentine and Sonny Ramadhin
From different lands they come
Worrell and Weekes. Buhbalsn
boys
All unite to show we ain't no
toys.
Rae by name and nature too
Can wear n blue ribbon, it's true
Marr^all. Williams. Gomez and
Woloott
Stollmeyer. Pierre and Jonas
Eat up all de meat, and only
leave bones
All de cricketers did bat fuh true
De English cry we dpei* want
no more
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Skippci and men.
Cricket foreverworld without
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TUESDAY. AUGUST M. 1K4
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE FIVE
W.I. Aid
Children's
Fund
100 FOR CHARITY.
(From Oui 0n COrrvspondmi i
Eleven West Indians in Lon-
don last week raised 100 foi
hanty. How did thev do it? Bv
playing cricket
The occasion was the annual
charity match between Wes:
Indian XI and Bromar (South
London) Cricket Club for the
Mayor of Camberwell's Children'*
Holiday Fund.
Captained by Letiric Constan-
tine. the former Test player, the
West Indies turned out a strong
side, although naturally none of
the pre-.ciii touring team was in-
ctuctKL
The match took place at King's
College Hospital Medical Ground.
Camberwell and a (Vne crowd
turned up to see the West Indies
luittlng.flrst total 13*1 For this
score thc> were mainly indebted
to ErtiMt Eytle < Ilr'tish Guiana*
iind D. Westrass (British Guiana)
who In a third wicket partnership
completely mastered the bowline
Eytle scored 3B before being run
out and Wcstrass compiled a
quick 53.
To the disappointment of the
crowd. Leane Constantino was
out for only 2 runs. He received
received a good one before he had
had time to get his eye In . that was that.
Broinur tried gallantly to get
the runs needed for victory but
could make little headway against
the bowling of ConstanUne and
Peter Bynoe (Trinidad) and
were all out for 117. a
Even now ConstanUne still
commands the same skilful varia-
tions of pace and flight which
earned him so many wickets In
his younger days. He showed,
too. that a man is as young as he
feels and some of his fielding at
sillv mid-off would have done
credit to John Goddard himself.
The Mayoress, of Cambcrwell
at the close of play presented
both teams with a gold medal-
lion commemorating the game,
which was part of the Jubilee
celebrations of the Borough.
Committee
To Report
On Play field
HIS Mll.in SS IB Oil > OK III M\
"V.
,,..>
Police Rwnd At
Industrial School
To-morrow
MEMBERS of the Police Band
are back on duty after a
two weeks' vacation.
Their first engagement was to
have been for the St. Bartholo-
mew's Girls' School Bazaar yes-
terday evening, but this Bazaar
was postponed owing to the in-
clemency of weather.
At 8 o'clock to-morrow night the
Band will play at the Government
Industrial School for the boys
there. A popular programme of
light music has been arranged
and some of the Band Cadets will
pla> solos.
SGT. G. REID AND SOT. B.
KING have been appointed
]i*pectors in place of Inspectors
Bourne and Springer who left the
island recently to attend a couise
at Police College, Hendon. Eng-
land.
KATE EDGH11X of Station Hill
reported to the Police that
she was beaten by a man unknown
to her along Baxters Road on Fri-
day last.
qfIIE POLICE are investigating
X a report frOm Marjorie
Marshall who said that the re-
ceived an anonymous letter on
August 11 in which the writer
threatened to destroy her house.
LISLE DAVIS of Walkers. St.
George, reported the loas of
a stove from a room in his yard
at the same address during last
month
THE LOSS of a pig was reported
by Muriel Scott of .Farmer's
Tenantry. She stated that it was
removed from a pen in her yard
on Saturday night.
t*OtTR CYCLISTS were charged
1* for iidlng without* lighted
lamps attached to the .front of
their cycles over the week-end.
Of the eleven traffic offences
recorded only two people were
charged for falling to stop at
Major Roads
Two conductors were charged
with carrying passengers in excess
and a cyclist for holding on to a
moving vehicle.
A motorist was charged for not
having lights on his motor vehicle
.ir..i another person for interrupt-
ing the free passage of traffic
MRS. ELEANOR P. BAKER.
who assisted in rrvivlng the
Women's Institute at Ellerton Vil-
lage, St George, returned to Eng-
land last week by the Steamship
Oranjettad. She was In Barbados
for over two years.
Mr. Freddie Miller. M.C.P
ussisted Mrs Baker in reorganis-
ing this Institute.
A FINE of 10s. was imposed
Clairmnnte Nurse of Eller-
lon, St. George- yesterday by M
(' W Rudder. Police Magistrate
Of District 'B'.
Nurse was arrested on Saturday
;it Ellerton by Cpl Cyrus and
charged with using indecent lan-
Kuage.
Sat. Inniss. who is in charge of
the District 'B* Station, prosecuted
for the Police.
t Irum i -Hi*
~L< tori un.i ua)
IM i-uvt-riuiinii la
TuUor's answer was. ll *^ dm
needed because a was not in
tne best of conailuMi. it w*s
sold lor UMUU Tne Govern-
ment was not paid lor it.
Why One Hut Only
In the eighth question Mt
Tudor was asked wny tne pet -
son who contracted to remove
one hut dla not remove all tne
huts. He said thai the hut which
was moved by contract was a
large one. The other was small
Replying to Question No. I>
whether any material was lost
ana if so, whether It was re-
covered, Mr. Tudor said material.
had been lost, ana it had noi
been recovered.
Why was th Building Super-
visor not made responsible foi
seeing* .nOar the taking down,
removal and re-erection of tne
nuts, asked the tenth question,
and Mr. Tudor's reply was: l
ii not think It was his job to
Botii Mr. E. D. Mottley M.C.P.
and Hon'ble V. C. Gale ML.C
ii,jilc suggestions as to how the
reply to trie Government might
be drafted. Mr. Mottley said mat
where the vouchers were con-
ned. 11 should be pointed out
that the Playing Field being a
rew venture, it was not clear to
Mr. Tudor who was the Head
of the Department, and he there-
lore satisfied himself that the
i/ork was done and passed the
ouchers for payment.
Question Of Economy
It should also be pointed out
that the services of the Clerk of
Works were terminated at the end
of the calendar year on a ques-
tion of economy, and therefore
the Churchwarden saw flt to
supervise the work and pass the
vouchers for payment.
Mr. Mottley then said that
speaking for himself, and he be-
lieved for other members of the
Veslry. he could not say that he
was satisfied with the replies of
Mr. Tudor relative to the huts.
he would suggest that they could
suy that Mr. Tudor had the Im-
pression that he was giving out
the contract for removing the
large hut from Seawell to a re-
sponsible person. Portion of the
hut was lost during transporta-
tion, and Mr. Tudor sought the
assistance of the Police to re-
cover it. but it was not recov-
eied.
One of the iftita could in Mr
Tudor's opinion serve no useful
purpose, and he had sold it for
fJM.OO
Mr. Gale said that in reply to
tlic Government about the vouch-
ers they could only give the an-
swer that the Churchwarden had
given. It was different where the
huts were concerned. Government
were saying four huts had been
handed over, but the Vestry
could only account for three as
far i Mr. Tudor had explained
to them. In addition portion of
one had been stolen
No Satisfactory Reply
In his opinion, said Mr Gale.
t'tey would have to reply that
tiiey had not got a satisfactory
reply from Mr. Tudor about the
huts, that to the best of their
ki.owledge only three were re-
ceived, and Mr. Tudor said one
had been in bad condition and
had been sold.
The Select Committee Is com-
prised of. the Churchwarden. Mr.
Gale, Mr. Motttley. Mr. Tudor
and Mr. Miller. Its appointment
moved by Mr. Fred God-
dard and seconded by Mr. Victor
Chase.
There are other questions t^.
I answered relative to Queen's
Park, but these were not dealt
with yesterday. After the ap-
pointment of the Committee the
meeting was adjourned siste die.
Aid Plan
For Korea
PARIS. Aug. 2
The National Executive Board of
the United Nation* Educational.
Scientific and Cultural Organisa-
tion to-day decided to "give all
possible aid and assistance to the
Uon undertaken by th United
Nat loas in Korea."
A resolution passed unanimous-
ly at the Board's meeting: In Paris
nstructed U.N.E.S.C.O. Director
General Dr. Jaime Bodet:
(1> "To relieve the need of the
Ivtllan population in Korea
vtthln the llelds of education,
icience and culture by means of
emergency relies? aril, at Ohe
.ppropriate time, by a recon-
struction project."
(2) "To use the resource* at
his disposal to develop a pro-
gramme of teaching about the
United Nations, with emphasis on
collective security based on
respect for law. The resolution
appealed t> governments of mem-
ber countries, U.N.E.S.C.O.
national commissions and private
organisations and Individuals to
contribute to this action. A
further resolution authorised D>
Torre* Bodet to send a mission
to Korea at the request of United
Nations Secretary General Trygvc
He to find out the needs .of
Korean civilian* and to provide
educational supplies on an emer-
gency basis.
1.000 Bags Of
Rice Come On
Franklyn D.R.
ONI thousand liags ! .
vet His week-end i>> the
Schooner "* ndth/a n r from
British r.uiana The vessel .unved
undo the comm.ind <>f Capt Ira
Scaly.
It also brought 85 tons of Bra-
wood. M0 bags of charcoal, 2,081
pieces of sawn grcenheari. 100 bags.
Of moulding salt and 350 wall-ba
i- m
iWher intercolonial vessels ar-
riving over the week-end were
the Julnar and Sun Ida The J li-
ner Is paying lu third visit this
month It brought 166 packages
of fresd fruit, M buacssta of plun-
ge m bags of c.icoanuls
ha fumcia only brought eight
bunches of fresh fruit
The Julnar is consigned to
Messrs. Archer MoKcnn- and the
Guntcia to the Schooner nin .
Association.
TheReoiiinM Wallace and Mm-
nose Mar .iVd for British Guiana
vhtle Ih EnttrprtM 3 left for
One House
Falls On
\ not her
After High Winds
mrtvin,
well t
"Specialist"
Takes Sugar
Huh
London Airport wan Ill-
ness Oha Akenaua IIOba of Benin. V\.,i Nlgrris. He was
accompanied by his wife (one of many) Chan tkeniua and -
daufhler r......... Kgbenala Ehama. The Oba Is to havr a six
weeks' tour which has been organised by the British ('outictl to
tiudv local Government 1'h.ilo shou* GtsM Utrnruj Ih.
"Hfseen wearing a native hair style and head-dreM. with |fce
OBA In the Background on arrival at London Airport f: i pri >
Jockey Club Controls
Racing In Jamaica
' BARBADOS HORSE RACING differs from Jamaica*
Mr. Joseph Armond, a member of the Jockev Club of
Jamaica and son of Mr. V. Armond, Managing Dtractoi
Windward Isles
Will Soon Gel
Adull Suffrage
ADULT Suffrage will soon be
introduced into the Wind warn
Islands, Mr E Gittens Knight.
M.B.E ; Supervisor of BacttOBI
of Grenada told the "Advocate'
yesterday.
Mr. Knight who is also Com-
petent Authority and Controller
of Supplies, arrived on Sunday
by B.W.I.A. for the Oils and Tats
Conference which opens at Hast-
ings House this morning. He is
aylng at the Hotel Hoyal.
He said that in Grenada, It is
itlclpated that they will have
about 40,000 voters. The island
divided into 8 electoral dis-
tricts and about IK) polling sta-
tions are likely U, be appointed.
It Is not yet known when the
General Elections will take place,
but he Is of the opinion that thev/
ill be in April or May 1951. '
Mr. Knight hopes) to go Trini-
dad after his return to Grenada
to get a working Idea of the Gen-,
:; l Elections arrangements on
the occasion of the General Elec- guaranu
Mr Armond who arrived hen
!on Sunday from Trinidad is on
a ten day visit and is a guest )
the Hastings Hotel. He suul tin,'.
m Jamaica the Jutaica Tuil
Club. Ihe Knutsfor.1 Park. Lul
and the SI Anne\ Hace CIuj r,
promote,! the Jamaica Mee (.OtlfirHtS DfClHUHl
hioh run into iwiny-a%.-l *
I UK stbst did nol hamper ,
i Mir H.irnson Liner of order.
-vi.la> This vessel
i : 14" tons of lUflai foi
K Although rain fell for
i ..'t.ei pan si the daj the sm
im lighten srera ibk
go oil! to the Spei laUst
Two vteamship., arrived over
the week-end The I 109-tori
111 iln ('apt. Tharaldsen.
arrived frnm Si Viin-rnl with 144
n -ui.ir mall and v bag<
' ratWsjrtd
It also brought currants, sulta-
nas, cotton and rayon bed coven..
rayon and silk lace, lube ml ,-(
Ion Bhnrts, cotton knitted shirts,
cotton under-shirts, mouth organs,
ironware, hunting knivr-. i.un-
i. < A miXai i!iarhtn.r>. food
stufls. gents and ladles shoes, cot-
ton earn, rubber sandals, pre-
served canned ni..d. paper bags
dress natlcrns and rubber hose
Sharp |s)owan (ell
Cy and continuing
midday.
City workers urtd shoppers wen-
marooned for an hour or mci
In some of the country district
orne strong winds accomponh
at Walt, Village. St George, whu
unoccupied, fell down
about 10.30 am yslSSBaj |,
owneil by ||.MHih(. Uirde Nfka
t preeent m Canada
It is understood that Uu
'as damaged during ihe ba t
weather last year and was lean-
ing on IMie side .-ve, sine*
was also badly in ih*.m ..| ,...,.,
When it fell u stnul.
belonging to Bson Ev<
WatU Village and damagM it
speightsiovvn s^qsMlancad thuu
der and lightning during Hi.
morning.
In St James it also reined da-
img the morning, hut r
*ed shortly after midaav
rain fell u si Andrea
Thomas. The DtsMct f s*.,:i
telephone line at St Joseph la 0
The SS B-erh Hill which ar-
rived en Saturday from Montrtl
liroughi 6 706 bags of whr.l Houj
for Messrs Simeon llunle t, Son
Ltd. and 2.981 sacks of flour for
Messrs Hull & Son It also brought
rubber tyres
The Beech Hill Is consigned tr
M i Plantations Mil and the
Buff'Td to Messrs Hol--ri Thorn
7,000 Tons
Of Copra
In A Year
From Jamaica
Court Of Appeal
i.K-in.; d.i>
But the Jockey (Mob of Jumei< I
was the disciplinary body that
nut rolled racing.
Tne Barbados prize for the BIj
Sweep of $44.1)00 was bigger thin
any they had paid in Jamaica.
However, he said, in Jamaica they
paid three or four prize units in
the Big Sweep Instead of one. i.t
is the case here The average
first prize in each >( the Units
was about 19.600
Their Sweepstake distribution
rights In Jamaica had just been
bought out. Mr Armond sold, by
a foreign sydnicale and it was
anticipated that the prize in the
December sweep would reach
million American dollars. Thus
the first prize in each Unit would
be worth about seventy-five
thousand B W.I dollars
Minimum for Sweep
The Syndicate had guaranteed
a minimum amount for the Sweep
and a percentage in excess of the
They
tions which will take place there
on September 18. 1950.
With respect to local crops, he
id that the price of cocoa has
iw reached an unprecedented
price of 320/- per cwt. and if
this price continues after th*
cocoa crop begins, within the
next 8 or 9 weeks, it will be u
great boon to the island.
Weather conditions are verv
favourable and augurs well for tho
general crops of the island.
Arrangements are afoot to-
wards making provision for
tourism, and already, a Commit-
tee has been appointed to go into
the matter of Improvements to
the Grand Anse area where it Is
hoped that the land will bo de-
marcated for playgrounds, bouf-
fet. hotel bathing booth" and
other amenities which the area
will afford.
jndertooK
ibution throuKh-
to handle Ihe
out the world.
Under the new distribution sys-
tem tickets for the foreign market
were being numbered in two
rerles so that for $2 B.W.I, or
$125 U.S currency, a purehaser
would win iwo prizes
There were three thoroughbreds
that could be classed among the
I finest In the West Indies being
raced In Jamaica, Mr. Armond
said. These were Mark Twain.
| Zacklel Dean and Footmark.
I Footmark might soon be raring
i i the West Indies as he has been
itercd for the Trinidad Derby in
December The three major race-
courses I n Jamaica at Knutsford
Park. Marlie Racecourse and Fair-
field Park were all bigger than the
Garrison Savannah although the
rrangements which he had seen
t the Garrison were neat arul well
laid out.
Beater
WHARF BUSY
IN SPITE OF RAIN
The Careenage was busy yester-
day although rain was constantly
fnlling In the City,
Waterfront workers took every
chanca they got to discharge or
load lighters with cargo
Ir the inner basin of the
Careenage lumber and flour were
being discharged while lighters
were taking sugar in readiness for
the expected arrival of the steam-
ship 'Alcoa Pegasus "
Schooners in the outer hasi
What's on Today
Oils and Fata Conference at
Hastings House, .U a.ss.
exhibition of Pottery at
Barbadea Museum and
Historical SsBitty.
Meeting of Home of
falf at I.M p m
Cycle Damaged
Trinidad Expeets
Good Goeoanut CirO|)
The rocoanut crop In Trinidad
shows definite signs of recovery
from the drought of 1947 and
should by the end of the year.
revert to normal, Mr. E. V.
Wharton. Chairman of the
Cocoanut Growers' Association.
Trinidad, told the "Advocate"
yesterday.
Mr. WnarVm arrived yesterday
morning by B W.I.A. for the Oils
and Fats Conference, and Is stav-
ing at the Ocean View Hotel.
He said that it Is hoped that
sufficient surplus will be de-
veloped to enable larger ship-
ments to be made to those places
within the Conference area
which may be In need of It.
The expansion of the Industry
might, perhaps follow, If and
when a Customs Union Is estab-
lished in the British Caribbean
and those who are concerned with
the question of Customs Union, j^
should not lost.- sight of tne ne-IS
cesslty to conserve the industry |{
through the means at their d's-|\
posal. ...... O
Mr. Wharton said that the in-
dustrialisation of the territories
in the British Caribbean is said
to be of great concern to the
authorities in which case, the
appropriate measures should be
500,000 FEET
OF LUMBER CAME
NEARLY hair million fad of
mber arrived In Barbados be-
tween Tuesday and Sa'urdav last
week.
Yesterday only about 150,000
feet remained on the waterfront.
This shipment comprised whit
pine, pitch pine and spruce.
THEIlt Honours Mr O. L.
l.iyloi and Mr. J. W. B Chenery.
Judges of the Assistant Court id
Appeal yesterday confirmed the
decision of Ills Worship Mr. G
B Griffith who had fined Arnold
Gibbons of Station Hill 10/- am.
I/- costs to be paid in seven
days, oi in default 14 days' 1m-
pr.sonmcnt for waiting on a re-
stricted area with a cart.
Gibbons was also ordWnd to
pay the cost of appeal wlilil
amounted to 5 8. P.C. 131 Easl-
mimif said he was on duty ii
Lukes Alley on June 26 and saw
Gibbons waiting by the Alley
with a bread cart. He told him
that ha was waiting on restricted
area and that he should move
He went along and left Gibbon'
but when he returned to the spo'
again Gibbons was still then
with the bread cart.
In making his defence Gibbon
said that he was accustomed h
stay with his cart in this All--
for years and had never know:'
that he was committing an of-
fence.
Their Honours lold Gibbon1
that he should have removed the
cart when order to do so.
Obituary:
Mr. William I'alimun
T11K death occurred at Ken-
sington House on Saturday night
of William, son of Mr. & Mi
William Patterson and grandso
curt old.
William was bom in the Unite-
States and came to Barbados at
Infant As he grew he becam"
the favourite of this ever grow in a
family. At Lodge School when
he was a pupil he was populai
vlth his colleagues and WhW
llness struck him down son*
months ago many wen* lbs) M
pressions of regret from them U<
frm taken to Canadn but nutdli
skill failed to bring abotM I "'
rovery and as was exptiied. thi
end came on Saturday
His death wlH lie deeply re
grelted by a wide circle
friend- and schoolmates and i
his sorrowing parents and othi
members of the Goddard Famih
deepsjfl condolence will be ex
fended.
In kanaka It is expected that
about 7.000 tons of copra will I.,
available for 1950, Mr. A G
Suiutf. Mamiger < IndiiMM Hoard of thai cOlOD
told the "Advocate" yesterday.
He said that it is not bowavci
xpecte.; .1 ! cop v production
in Jamaica will have iCCoVered
tO the piv-lnnT ;, level imoei
am ther couple ..f %, ara, provid-
ing of course then- are no moi
uirn-anes
Mr. oquara was an arrival on
Sunday from Jamaica by B W I.A
for the Oil- and V..i t'onf. n-m.
and is staying at the IfariM
Hoiel.
He v.,id that the damage which
was dona to the Cocoanut tree-
by the disastrous hurritune >>;
l!44 is iieatls being overcome
w planllnga of cocoanui traai
logethei uilh young plants whv'i
ere growing at the time of tin
imiane. are hsjf||inln| to bo.ir
Quite a cr-islderable number of
asjsj) it^ ".ave l>eeii importeii
into tne colony from St. Lucia
since the hurricane and Ihe trace
from some of those plants have
already begun to bear and so far
the yield Is promising.
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RADIO 10 Tube Stuiirl-Warner elartrtr
ll-d> in axeellem condition al-o anU-
ehange wUh 100 record* at
Ai| !.)' ciui.. Aqu.i.i c'.p Any rjay
rEm HN aaa w Jr.
LIVESTOCK
PCPf* Pure bred Cocker Spaniel .'Mr
Appl. Mrm O II Scale. A'hburv Pit.
St George Dial tSBI. gag-Bo I
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR III.M
HOUSES
BOOK OF THE MO\TH
/ram page 4.
nrnn tali X R.i LafM Bnd .lt feu.
. r g.nlU-m.,n preferred Phone 44JU
r ."'.
nrmn vo4a <
mined. 4 bean
- M-.-rll Coa.i
FOB RgMT i___.
UNFimNisairn
"PARAMO-- Barber**. Red Sliu
-tad one mile from the City Dra.ing
-<. nming room. rtotil anal aide Oalicn-.
KiKhenrlte. tlire* larae bedroom* **rh
llh r un ihower and tub bath with hoi
w.-ier laid on upatair* t*rf* pmn
room, badroom with running water
fcl'chen and alor* room* on aiound o..r
lervanl room with toilet and bath Oar
Rr ith room lor two car. riectrlclt-
id C.I Ple^a* ring BS>
________________.__________a ao~-i i n
ri in h vonris
NOTICE
TIIX SURTI UNITtD CO
No >J Swan Street.
aitd
THE OKUJJTAI.
No IM Roelm.-k SUeet
Centre* for high claaa aporta w
h.irsaln price* Come In and mak
Dial **m 4.1-1 404
PERSONAL
1 te
WWTFII
IIKLP
COOK-Wllllna- lo i
homework. Apply: Mi
" lalon. 'The Nook-.
i rut Church
UALIFI> E1JTTTR1CAI. FOlirMAN
-Apply In peraon and latter lUtlnt
aparlence etc loll E D W. Deane
City Oarage Trading Co I.ld., Victoria
MrI. II aO( I n
PERSON
us attempts to wipe out the Malone clan It is a full Uory; no trimmings; no false
And bis :ihood are as nasty as note; everythi \mn, grim and muscular.
may be expected. But not immediately does down to that very laat paragraph which bt>
Johnny make up his mind which of his new gins
chums is the deadly Hoffmann. No. That "It seemed t shame i waste my last
enlightenment comes later, when dangers bullet on a fuv who wat so close lo the end
have accumulated and Ferguson Findley of the line, but
this admirable new performer, has dexter- A Book of the Month that belongs to the
ously stepped up the speed of his novel from hard trade* Ai-.l is none the worse for that
one chapter to the next, and so on to a climax.
Lang an li" Sera lee
HARBOUR LOG
In Carlule Bay
!..-. Sch Zita Wonita. Srh Ptsik
Smith. MV Blue Star. Sch Emelir
Sch Belaueen. Sch Laudalpha. Si
Princaa* LouUe. Sch Burma D M
Caribba*. SS Spec tall* t. Sch Oardcr
W Sch Interpreter. Sch Turtle Dov*.
..h Mar. M Lewi*. Sch Manon ll-Mr
~ Reerh Mill. Sch jT.lr-r
rh M I Eunicia. Sch Franklyn D R
RIVALS
SS Beech Hill. a*T ton*. Opt Styrln
liom Montreal. Agent. M*a>r> Plant*
Schooner J.ilm
Irom St Li'Cla. Adenl'
W L Iuiu.li. 90 (or. Capt
J.-epn. fiom Dominica. AacnU EichOonrr
Owner*' Aaaeciation
Schooner Pranklyn D R U I
Scalv. from Bntlah Oulana.
K'uioncr Owner*' A flatten
SS Byflord. 110* ton*. Capt
jen. from St. Vincent. Aden!*:----------
Robert Thorn
I'll-w:n i!. -
Schooner Healnald Wallace. Ill Ion-
Wallaca. for MrilKh (;,.i. .
Aa*o..i.lMn
. OatX
0ranr A iaoe lat ion
Enlrrpilv S 00 ton* Capt.
*>i waiiaca. un nruiah
owner* a**
Ichooner flsWaaaa Ma., at t
KF*rlan* for Brltbth OuUn.
Vhu.ni
Mitchell, for Trinidad. Agei.
wner*' Aaaociatlon.
SS Canadian Challrnder. ].*tl ton*.
Capt Cla.kr. for Si Vincent. Ant,
ler> oardiner Aunin ft Co Ltd
SS Byljord 1100 ton.. Capt Tharald
^ for Trinidad Agent. Meor* Robert
Shipi In Touch With
Barbadoi Coastal Station
Fort Roval
take charge of OfReo
le Po.i1ii.ii rcqiilrr. antiiid
bonkkei'plna experience. Initiative and
i.jfn.ini Appl> in willing onlt *Utlng
alary required to- Herbert A nnwdlng.
lower r>tat* Plantation, St MiPhrl
MS
POSITION' WANTFIl
DRNTAI. TntCHKIClAJ* with over
r..n enpe.lvnce In pr>-p*rlnal and ee.
Ig all gold Piling. Acn I-' pimeiaing
I partial an rd.r.Iuloiia taiai a m-
lalRy.
Modern Techn que u*rd In all *l.w*
Reply to Ore, Wllkini, It, Pl.Tor
Street. Porl-oI-Spaln. Trinidad
an 50on
MISCELLANEOUS
C.OOD HOMIS for Ihree kitten*: I
tale, 1 female Call momlng -
..iidtihtr CotUgr. Halting*
AND nWl'NSWICK RECORDS
-- Old Tune- *oine CU..ua1. Pop>ilar and
Dance Hit. all at 50 cent* each. La.hlcv.
Limited, Pr Wm Hv SI TT 8 W In
___________ hTAMPS rued and Mini Poalag*
F1^>WF,R GARDEN REEDSIncluding I Stamp, of Barbado* and other I* Ian da of
Zinnia* 10 dilTrreiii kli-l- Phlon l^ipln j -he IIW I Curacao ind Arubn Be*i
Smpdragon. nd Carnation* Knight'* Price* paid al_Cartbbean Stamp SorlHy.
ia0-an|N*o 10 Swai
itiah, SS Oull Diw.
S.S Captain John.
Alcoa IVga.ua. S S
. -*. wiiirmatad. SS Va**ili*
solarium. SS Derwenl Field. S S
u*i. SS Anrnl.il 8.8 Anna Itakkr.
Argentina. SS Magalnne*. II Urn-
iv s s Imancinalo'. 8 8 Sanaa'. IS
D-Md. SS Myken. SB Horace Baa,
SB Cy.ua. SS Sundale. SS Grant.
Spu. SS north VadWg, SS Olon
Tuniujn. SS Regent Lion. SS Bene.li, k.
Sap-" ''"' '" "" <- B
SEA WELL
ARJUVAIA Bv D W I A I.
Irimi TRINIDAD
John Rook*. Mr* Jeuie Rook*. Cyril
tjlbtt*. Mi* Olive nibh- Ml*. Muriel
Vaid. J.Hteph Armond. Norma Evelyn,
N Don. Wondlev. Mr* Oa,W Hot*,
lelle. Mia* Dorothy Phillip*. John (thoul,
llrib. rt Harrl*. Elmo Beardcn, Mr* Ruby
Chaae. Her ban Crouchu. Mr I) A
IVrclval. Sir O Seel. KC.H Q Emily
areenidgr. Nagelina Mayen. Jo.ai Mav-
ix.. Ingrid ConcliS'. Kennetli Vlnceid-
'....: I l.,n Gardner.
George Hgar. Dorolh> Orlfllth. nVh..rd
Wlllli. John Rahr. Carmen Roue. Janet
Ro*e. John R.*e. George Grlmlh. Stan-
Irv liammond. Viola Hammond
From VENEZUEIA
Eva Schumann. Samu Podro. Juan
Mnnchal. Lola Marlehal. Blaabaf*, MarU
chal. Enrique Marlehal. Joar Dt Vora.
Merceroa Caillllo, Fraitriaco Iracabal
World*
and headlight. O!
littT *li>re-
oca.
Intent, ela-iiic ton*. I Pr
I Pr*. for II 00 Lathley'*
i.imnea. i-r. wm. Henry St.
Stl.'90In I
PTNKING SIIKARS ..f Itie nlghre* qiwl '
lly. Only W " and III M l.imlt.d
quantll) See your Jewellac*. V De Um*
A Cto Ltd . Broad Street
m a &<-7n
GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
aj H
StplrMk. Juaa Unary. Ran->n '
Peurtamatte Cat*- |
'ma. * Emberean. Duarto *>*... .
i i,n..pi Wlntfi. AMtau
Winter
Plo.i, JAMAICA
Nigel Horriwi. Alton It Phillip*-. Alan
Squire. Mr Ucald Fugta.
Fr.*" HAITI I
V'aiatkan Toon. L******rd E (-ottreii
For TRINIDAD
Eric cia**e. All Oomea. Cartqe**
Gome*. Raphael Lopaa. Victor Lop*>.
ni-aro l-pe*. Iwnenl* Laao. Antemetla
attack. Rheti aUack. Claudia BLark.
George Black. Ronald Black,
la-en. Ralph l-aFore*!. Edn- BJ|>ood.
Or Knoll.. UOUM Rod
Frank Notl.nagrl. [tr J
. e ciarena* King.
Seville King. Tnvor Ci
Baehmi.r Kenneth Edward*. Ro*a Csr- Ii'1
rarj. Carlo* Can*i* le.. Siiva. Roaa u
Holder. Lap Selgel. Sm.< Siembok. Paul S(.
Jamaica Public
Service, Limited
MB
HEAVY i-iori.Ms
RECORDSl*t.
Calypaor* at II 01
Wm Hy. It
it Dance Tune* and
i ajgjMO t ' rt* I FT
XTg'Sflin.
RAINY WEATHER' We ofler PUtsU.
l..dic Haln Coata and H.adtle. at S3 II
and Ve each Tharir*. Pr Wm. Hry
SI Dial MM or g, 47. S3 Swan SU
M B SOS.I
IUMB for ia-inch and] for lying MM for !0-!nch RARNES A CO LTD 10 M t f r.
RECORD I
13-ineh and
n cord i. and
YAWL- "Praplda" appro* W>, feet
nig with Gray Marine englna. Good
"lion O.000 a bargain. Apply
Edwardi Phone 1130
IB a BOT F l
IM III H KALES
AUCTION
THURSDAY Hat al II M p.m.
DAVIlEIJaS ROAD loppoilte ROU-
MAIKA Cedar A- Other Wardrobe*.
Lars* Mahogany A other table.. Larder
, Mahogany Dre-nng Table with
r-ln
l-ihogar
Mahogany Brr*n.e Chair. Double Iron
hwdatead. VakiT 3 burner oil etoye.
l-ndci *cal< A weight*. Perarnbulator.
Hhi other itemr. TBHMS CASH
R ARTIIXH MC KJT^.7.1.
IM 3n
REAL ESTATE
HOUSE(II Double roof houae each
VO a II x cover-ad with galvnnl*e.
tiluated In Vearwood Land, Blatk Rock
Telephone S90B D A Browne
Il is hereby notified for the Information of persons desirous of
importing heavy ploughs thai the Ministry of Agriculture and F^h.iiis
report the availability of 15 No. 55 and 23 No. 66 John Deery heavy
sharing ploughs (unused) 3 und 4 furrows 14 inches which are sur-
plus to United Kingdom requirement!,.
Suppliers .in- Jock Olding ft Co., HatAcId, Hertfordshire Price
approximately 130 each payable in i.lcrling.
1. Provision of spare parts from the United Kingdom cannot be
guaranteed.
3. Persons interested should uet in touch with the Controller of
Supplies not later than 12 noon on Tuesday, 29th August. 1850.
27.8 50. In.
ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)
(Amendment) Order, 1950, No. 30 which will be published in Ihe
Official Gazette of Monday 28lh August. 1950
2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of "Cornmeal" are as follows:
WHOLESALE PRICE
(not more than*
IS 70 per bag of I
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
10 cu. per lb.
26th August. 1950
27 8.50.2n
AWARD OF I9.W-45 STAR AND WAR MEDAL
IT IS NOTIFIED for the information of former members of tht
Trinidad Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve who are now residing in
Barbados and are eligible for the 193945 Star and War Medal that
they may call with their Certiucates of Service at Headquarters
Barbados Regiment, at any time during office hours for these decor-
ations. 29 8 502n
um)r*lgned will offer for *ele *
runce Ho II High Street. Bridge
on Wddneaday. JOth Auguit. IB*
I.M M. Navy Garden*, eoniainin
II.nog tqu-rr feet, abutting nn Und
III Ihe M..TI.,- II..'-1 ... ik| BMlU
nd on York Road on 1h- Nnrth
I i*H aquare feet of land I
d. St Mlchae*.. adjoinlr
I Mr J N Ma.
kt|
I Ihe
and Mr Job
For further particular* and
UM
puU)
u a ao an
All thai chattel dwelling hou*e called
-Laurencev'Ille" Conatltuuon Road. St
Michael The llou*e contain* *"*
Drawing room. 3 bedroom. Hrrikfv.
nSm and uaual out office* Electric light
i-id water aarriee
Inapecllon on application to the tanan'
Th* abova WUI be art .up for *ahr at
ri*lic corrvpetltlon at m~
Luca* St Bridgetown, o
Li Sepiemher ISto at I p
CARR1KOTON St SCALV.
. Trtday
sa a .i
I gh St..
f THE unrler.lgned wll
Lie at their office No
Li Fridav I*' September
f,e dXelllnghou- cell**! T'. C.ti.g.
ind the Und thereto containms aiso
gquare feat attuata at Chaapalde. Btidge-
Inipactlon any day exrept Th.wadny
V|*iween th* hour* o' 4 pm and i p.m
ipllcaUon lo the tenani. Mr*
P*for"furthar particular, and condition*
" '' "cOTTVti, CATTORD Co
' Now /can 6atz
atamomerrt's
Reinov.il Notice
pr P A COX
D C.P T
Chiropractor aV Optician
haa iUmovrd lo tg-j
Hours: a M to i and 3 to 11
Thank* to Fleiacb
Faat Rkntig Dry Yg*y| !.. -
baking ia easier . rcsulta ai*
better. Thu new graoule yeait
ataya full sUengih for weeks. If
you bake al home keep HtWtJ
weeks' supply on hand
Fleuchmann'i Dry Vcasl is a*
fresh when you use it as Ihe cay
111 All VOU OO 1
I Sprinkle ,nto lukewarm -
2. Let Hand 10 minute* Then
tir. When d>*aolved/oac package
equals one cumpreaaed yenet cako
in any recipe
it Stays fesn" wfthout refrigeration
Pro forma i-imngs of Jamaic
Public Service Limited lor Uaa '
months .-rnlcxl May 31. I95U
;imounlea to 9190,740. equal to
11.41 per share on the I351HX
vliares of common stock out-
standing. No comparative nguir
art) available for the correspoiul-
iijc period one year ago becaus>
: ia company changed its metho..
I accounting with devaluation 0.
Uaa pound. For the ttacal yea<
tnded DeecmbeT 31, 1949. pr,
('ana earnings applicable to iri
-non stock of Jamaica Pubh
. .bok. E m-inboa. jeron^ si-Vnbot IT'**^ * >B8.736 or equal t.
Clarke Codrington. kburc* a reran*. '' 36 per share. Earnings for llf
Mark Wenielmann. Medt** Wrn.elmanlv l.ilesl period and for the full Vt .11
V2r*$&. SS2, So1"~," were ba^gsi on earnings 0
Orollne Hull. Jennifer Daly. Roumanl* ^"-:rtiar> converted to Canadi.ii,
Abloy. Daa-h,^ Ah<. k.ai. (larcia. Rom dollars al the rate of 3.0875 to
Xavie. Cuihbert King, par.tcia IH.I re Ted dividend requirements O'
waru Diai Loui. Planar. Auna onffhh si. Dsidiary shares and deductiti;
"'la ouAiRA,'*n* no'",** eponses and uxes of the paren
no** innei. harmond lope. Tanya company For the parent conv
Lopat Auer Ooniaier. c-n.. _A.iaaga. p;niy alone, net income, based M
""'in VI
Olaaiione Annul irth Hrubane Auguat
Sard, Sydne* August msh. arriving M
Barbado* Sepurnber Kth
Adelaide Seplerrdie* ll(h.
se*>t** aargl *.ii *vii. tcy-ilm.
" October th. Mvajaaj ., ...
Council Will
Discuss Formosa
LAKE St'tVESS, Aug 28
Mi J.i.-ob Malik. Soviet .lel.-
Mlfl : i. Oourarin I ni.l. nt >>.,- placi d
thgj t'liiiing issue on the provls-
n 11.1l .,m mh. of tonuMTow'g Coun-
ll meeting, it
today.
Tlie oth.'i lU-in i
in 1.HM1H..I tigenil.i
...nllul Renter
.. 1it.1i here
tin- I'min.-il'i
Il the Koreai
;..,
1 ,
I-. hi.
Mnaahan,
Edoai
1 Mac
...I Henrv. Jmen>.a
:arubal. Mario I.ir.nabal. Manrla
anabal Ehiatoeih Iragulrre. Maria
arn m Su.Kei. Hector Snare*.
iwhita Aguilar. Panchita Itrlago. Bant
iago
r ST LUCIA
il t- Kiught. Alvlna Charle*, Oertrude
in.- V<-rHtn Vltalut
I MARTINIQUE
(Ye* Buerelln. Uyniumle RiarreUn.
urirtii B.ierelln Oraciane Buetelm
i.l \[>t j il'"l
"rederk-k Pa* an
1 TRINIDAD
ifanrice MollenthMl. George Earl*.
Jnhn Horaham. Jeanetie Horaham. Vvonnr
Ho) Wgasgfaan, Claude Prraaud. Joaeph
Hunham. May WII*on. Lottu* Otwey.
PerelrB. Aaron Sprlngrr. Maurice Jon'..
W1IL.1 W.-Blinan. John Woodman.
Patricia Woodman. Charlr. DeFreita*
M Uelreit*. Hi, hard Slivinon. John
Rahr Rlcha'd Wlllu. Jam** Flihe*
Por 1-. Ot'AIHA
Anne Oreene. Man Sullivan. Marv
Sullivan. Mario Cnr*er tulay Cor-'
M*Jg*r>ll* lleli
Inger. Elda Marquli
dividends and interegt recelvii
firm subsidiary and after deduit- >
in, parent expenses, amounted 1 I
$333,888 for the 12 month pern-.:
ended May il, 1950. This com- |
pares with 8138.529 for the fls...
vear 1949.
--',','.-,-,',','.
>*/,VAV,%V 1
Cl.tlru
V.ill.inl'.. Ja
n. Truata Haa.
MarM Vail.. .11 .
I Delcarrll
%
H ItnaHaa.ia.
than a Lager
Ut contain*
gl roaJ yaUae
BSaealga being a
PilUlam Drkah.
arf
>r~~~.
Gums Bleed!
, Sore Moulb and Loo.,
rr.nchMoi
Hial alll eoon*i
1.. r.II out and n
nil ilr.ri Tr*
'...,, the flr*i
11.: quickly Iqrhi
mouth wall am
money back on
age Qa- "
rvt
r* fgewan ****** a.*'
FLY CARGO
BIG OR SMALL
BY AIR
Merchandise,
Flowers, Fruits,
Spare Parts,
Machinery
i'.m.i.m.i ikii -.1
hold eftkcts
now s0% ( iii m'h:
BWIA
FOR FAST
AIR CARGO
Service
FOR PARTIt't'LARS
BE
BWIA^
RrllUh West Indian Airways
Lower Broad .Street
Bridgetown
Phone 4585
Mill HOOK
which makes
" GOD'S WAY OF
SALVATION
PLAIN"
Pleaaa write for one to
Samuel Roberta. Cioapel
Book and Trsel Service,
30. Central Avenue. Ban-
gor N. Ireland."
' 'a*a*VU*^.*^.^^.^.d\*,*,**.* ,*>>*<. !
Ihe Barry Girsl House
Special daily or wr. kli 11
-Oer September 1*1
Reference If required
AT THE Annual General Meal-
ing of the V M P C held al the
riuli 1.....m. Heckle. Road, on
Wediiradai 3*d Aiinil. isaa. ihr
follow in| person. Hr p-eg*a*vd
Bod*
T A II ATWE1.1
I A gUAM.1lt.TTF
I E DASH
L E MWTiat
a 1 iiA/ru
W P HOVpg
a M. JORna
(. \ MARSHA IJ
C A MAVIIEW
C T. HOCK
N ROBIN S> IN
II O STKAKRR
L fTTOUTE
C D Wni-IAMS
There being more lha:, 10 niem
uet* prupi>*ed. a ball.il will take
place at the Club llou*e. Hackle*
Hnad. oil Wclneaday. 30th Augu*t
Mad I
All membir. are kind
1 make a point o( al-
I recording theli vote
P a POTTER
The
.


with treeiMilpnwmt at TllrUgad
1 liaibadoa. ghniah Oulana. Wuvdwi
u l-...int lalande
For further partH-ular* appl.
Ft'RNESS WITHY ft CO LTD
Tr imdad. B W I
-CAJUBBS3E
Battle Locked SHIPPING NOTICES
For" Pohung
gt from I'Ase I
Mfftway, the lifeline of the Un.*ed
Nations forces
B
nUaiftail of uMan hatw tieen ex-

MhaTdasy, North Koreaiif nera
>\i\\ try***! ,o lUiiafJIasii ineir1
assault spearheii.l inuler hewvv
air attack.
In one day Mac Art bur's bom-
bers and guns knocked out two
.mmunition dumps 17 artillery
pieces and four tanks.
For Ihe first li-
the American 25th Dh
this front also had direct naval
support last week-end General
MnrAfthur's headquarters said
that an American destroyer moved
up the coast on Saturday nn.l
fired n targets directed by shore
control.Be h ter.
September. IMS
The M
arrant Cai
Dominica. Antigua. Moutam
Nevi. and St Kitta
Sallx.g Mnndav. Sfth m.t
The M V MONEKA will
.-ept Car* and P***eng*ea
Oon.in.ra Antigua M ~~ ~
Nevi* and Si RtU
killing r*rid.>i lal Septei
B W 1
S.huener
BM
IHal: gg>47
TO-DAY'S
NEWS FLASH
SAFKTY HA/OR BI.ADFS.
BRASS CHAINS.
HAIR < I H'l'lM.
MACHINKN,
-mil BRl'SHES
all at
JOHNSON'S STATIONFRV
* 11 \i;nv\ Mil
Mill 111:1 n n StllOI.ASTIC v\ \ I 1 >: (OLOl'R PAINTS
ITuboa)
PAINT BOX IS and TRACINi. I'APF.K
ROBERTS & CO.DIAL 3301High Street
PASSAGES TO IRELAND
ANULLES I'RODI ( TS LTD.. Roseau. Dominica, offer
Paasfiges lo Dublin per M.V 'iHJALA". next sailing from Roseau
about 23rd August, and thereafter about every thirty-three days.
Single Fare, 70. usual reductions for children.
Apply direct.
VENEZOLANOS
AMIIiOS
rENEMOS AH 114 Li
DE (iKIIMM
DE LA INDIA
china, eovrr
VISITOR
FRIENDS
Vi-il Til AM
Vr. Wm Henry Slrret.
Stock I
ORIENT Al.titMIDS
From INDIA. CHINA
and EGYPT
HHOS.
Iclrphon.' Jlftr)
C07 THEM t \IU/%
SCHOOL WEAR ACCESSORIES
PANAMA HATS - BOYS' CAPS BOYS' ft. C.I HI A'
SHOES BOYS' SHIRTS. Navy. Brown *V White LlntO
SOCKS At COTTON PANTIES.
SPECIAL REDUCTION ON 8ANDALB
SwWtl H JIM per pair: 11 A 12 ItH per pair
18 82."o per pair.
iho\ii\%\v uiiKss *biir.
FRESH FISH BEING SCARCE j
SI'BHTITUTF.
1 Tin ri.h Cafeai I :
| Tor 70c
1 Tin Cornd Bel
'.I I'll i LIMITED
iiaiioi i> i-iiot nils \ to., i. rD.
W A0GOO, SieamAhipCo.
NSW OBLIAMS I
I.COA I. v.,.i.H
U-..A KUAMER
1'
13th July
Sfth July
gth a..i
Stth J ale
till. A
fl An/,..
NEW loss vain
nfJa Ate.
Wm arga*
IM J.il> Hit Jiil:
lllh Auguit list Au
gotIBBOUHD
HaaM *f -In*
an AiroA puxibim
* H ALCOA PARTS'PR
CANADIAN Htm I
Septri^ber Sth September I
Arrreee
Rarbada*
Septambrr li)!l
NOBTRaOl IMS)
ALCO*. PEOASI'S''
For Si John,
i*l* ha>* ii.it.e H-....I
SAGUENAY TERMINALS 5ot&Hfj
SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS
From Montrtjal, St. John, N.B., Hnlifax, N.S.
To Barbados, Trinidad, LJernerara, B.G.
ItRECH HII.I.
MARIA Da
I MM-1N VI. \
HI.1HNOIIAM
IIIIJ.
'Bgatal Direct I
i imned i.,
I Aug I4lh %._,!
i Rapt aTUi Sept
m Montreal
"LANTATIONS LIMITEDigaaj
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PAGE EIGHT
mini w.o- aih.k \ti:
W.I. Batsmen Fail
Against Middlesex
Middlesex 311
W.l. (for tvkts.) 237
London, hamm
THE WEST INDIES, having dismissed
311 runs at Lord's lo-day, lost -'.ght wirkeis fol
reply and finished the day 74 runs behind with iwo first
inBingi landing
Tha WrtI IndlM claimed tit,!,..
U Middlwx vfckeU Ihu mom- Wan '"" SIollraaai U w Uw
ins tor 83 run? in an horn I ,
dttplai bv Sh.rp. pravantloa Ihi >""' "'
from anoint the iii.pmii.,'' ""' w<" l '""
cheaply Shi.p rendered his ude *>.<.'" up the 10U in ail minutes
ivu-r with an innings
Tl'ESUAY. AUGUST ZS, HSU
IIMII LOOK ON
/ /


&Mll>oa
of four hours for 72. Tho charac-
Ur of his knock may be estimated
from Ihc fad that ail his five
fours came during his last three-
quarters of an hour at the crease.
Brown and Young, who ahared in
stands of 61 and 43 war* hi- t>est
With a bo off Mots.
i. look the fourth
I ,*... ....
U i
Oatsman ra in sst]
ouble. and b> tea the total had
aMBkH IS1 -.wihout further loh
Slollim-yrr Out
With 12 mm udded uftei
helpers. Valentine, the slow left- Moilmeyer. havinit survived
hander. proved the moat successful uocaaanra googles from Bin*, fell
bowler, his last four wickets coat- log-before to the next ball, a top
ing him only 29 rum In It oven spinnar. He hit ten boundaries in
and one bull. n slay of two hours five minutes of
splendid and almost faultless bat-|
Baa Start i,ng. The fourth wicket added 15 I
The West Indies made none too la ',5 minuu~
promising a start, three wickets Weckc* and Wakott played with i
falling for litly-four. Then SloU- inusuul restraint against the good |
meyer. who scored cleverly all lua|lll glowi ' Sfoua|
round the wicket, found an enter- ud at 158 W-.Iii.ii played forward .
jtch to the wicket- i
v
\l III: THF.Y II W> i:X(HAN,ii:D tkelr *reett.i>
to see how the iU h- luianl- Mere oar rated. Hrre
Williams .it lllur* Johnson are Intereated onluoKr
Ihrii IU ta Barhado*.
Hli the folk ...k hume the u.m rmmr out
flyoV Will t it. John < .oddan* "Hoogles"
U attM r sni nben of the tram put Ihrowth
.nil edged
With >ui for three off Sims
Weekes completed 52 in an houi
prising partner in the strong d
mg Weekes and together the pan
put on 85 in "5 minute* l*iorr
Stollmeycr fell leg-before to
top spinner from Sims Stoll- j.nd 50 11.111 but Daxt OVM h
ineycr's innings, which could be wai caught bj Compton at sillv
numbered among his best, lasted inid-off. He had hit eight fours,
two hours and live minutes and Christluni ..it discriminate)}.
Included len fours. Two more but at 188 h< lost OoilMB. Comp-
wickets went down for 24 runs, an tmned in UN attack and three
including that of Weekes.- who was h/aa from o ball by him sent up
more subdued than usual during 200 Youni' wlfl cloae set
u stay of an hour and fifty nun- Mtacktng field made scoring ditn-
eight boundaries,
mainly drive* and leg hit*. Chris-
tian! averted a bad breakdown
though he should have beei-
caught in the gully when Sit
After Lunch
At tea the West Indies were 127
for 3
The crowd of 12,000 saw throe
wickets fall quite cheaply after
lunch. With the fifth ball of his
third over following the resump-
tion. Mess claimed Ttae's wicket
The Weil Indian, after shaping tv
play a defensive stroke, lued t<
withdraw his bat. but Instead
edged a catch to the wieketkeeper.
Marshall and Stollmeyer brought
the total past 50 in 35 minutes, bin
then the Middlesex slow bowler
Sims, in his first delivery bowled
Marshall a* that batsman played
forward to a lugbieak ..I perfect
length.
Rain
Worrell just had time lo ."-'
his score with a single when ialn
lopped play for 20 muiuUs ll
was his only run. for with Ihi
fifth ball after the resumption
Warr bowled him Worrell tried
a rather wild pull, and missed the
ball Stollmeyer was not upset bv
the fall of three wicket* for 54
and Weekes soon settled down,
driving and hitting to leg 3 crash-
ing fours off Sims.
A beautiful leg boundary off
ult.
tloddard left at 20n. caught In
the slip*.
. .'ii was missed In the
fully and partnered by Johnson,
ridded 30 nini in the last ten
aUllHel The West Indies, 237 for
ltd
f. tlnuJied 74 inns behi id w
Iwo wkketa In innd
Tin Seori"*
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BRIGHT CRICKET
IN JUNIOR GAMES
CABLE & WIRELESS scored 214 n/ns lor th.- loss ..
tour wicket* in reply to Wanderers' 125 for ..:i t.. placi
road Kor yietorj when ih-
k km bagtn la.-: Satui
Flying Ann
Wins At Arima
(By Our Correspondrnti
PORT-OF-SPA1N, Auk 28
The results of tho opening day
of the Santa Rosa Race* on Satur-
day follow:
An in. Slakes % "arloag*: < 1)
Flvinn Ann (123. Lattimert: (2)
Mr. Pip (12). A. Joseph^ <3> R|U|'
Belle (123. Lmcfimanl
VUltora KUkes !> 1 urlons, (.
Claaa: (1> Babybinl (123. A Jos-
eph), (2) Bullscye '12S. 0*Neil>.
(3) Tornado (126. M C.mzale?).
Traanpeter Trephy If Claaa)
rarlaags: (D Katia (123. Singh),
(2) Top niht (123. O'Ncil); (3)
Sinbad (120, A. Joseph).
Cipriani Memorial Cap 1H
Fufsengm. A Clasa: (1) Ocean Peorl
(113. M Oonralet); (2) Jolly
Friar (121. Yvonct); (3) Blue
Streak (120, Newman).
Nuraer) SUkeaDlvlaion A. Z
Years Old. S t-urloiii*: ( 1 /.e.igle
(118, LatUmcn. (2) Brindor (US.
(' I.uichman); (3) Zenana (lift.
Newman l
V. Do Lima TrophyU Claaa. 6
ra*iea*a: (1) Rosalind (116.
Stewart); (2) Suuglee (102. Lutch-
man); (3) Tiduc (12fl. Yvonct >
GreR Trsphv -Claaa C. I Fur-
longi: (1) Midtitaid (121): "2,
Brown Jack (129,: Crnrlna (I2fl>
Coelho TrophyClaaa F. "4 Far
l Honeymoon (126. A. J.--
ephi: Kismet IH CFMeU)) ci.
Miniature (128. Yvon.i).
U.K. Football
Results
LONDON. August 28
I-ootb:ill iv Ms Untl OlvUiwi:
Stoke City 0, llud.t. i
Tottenham Hotapur 4. Bolton
Wanderers 2 WoWei
Wanderers 2. Derby I
llilM Division: Cardiff City
aaenonefler City l, UMcestei-
City I, Birmingham City 3. Shef-
field United 6. Swansea Town 1.
Third Division, *S,>uIIrtii I
brlttol Hovers 3. Aldcrsliol 0:
Third oivuion. (Northern]
Oateshead 4, Carlisle I
HaUssut Town i* luiitiv, Q Har-
iivpooU United i. Vim, ciiv i
Slockport County I. Rotterdam
I'nitcd 3- Reuler.
Spartan balled all daj
i the lOM
i strong, porittan
hi v bowled out Y.M.P.C.
loi M9 and made 101 for the loss
tad
Wsiinlerers batted first against
Cable & Wireless but did not sur-
attnek at the boarlara,
pcciiilly spinners Uranker and
('. B. Lawless. They were soon
all out lor 125 Blanker and
( B Lawless both bowled 14
even and Lawless 11.
J. Musslah, Wanderers' number
seven batsman, made a valiant
effort of 40 runs to pull his side
. tYhen he went to
.. k. I I
the Cable and TlrnseM
I ntwieu Kt quick innsTfr
V. awlereic bowling and I
Whlli had made IM tot tiie los*
cf four wicketi af*tthi
MnJn| bats, scored 02
and H A LaerkMi *\ dike
..itii 28 and i' B 1
DsM iti'l iiit Uiilmin
Spartan batted all du aeajawi
Kinpiii' tn make 188 fm the akM
of eiglit wlckeU. There wag Do
i una g'*tiing, but
the Spartan bats had no diniruli>
the Enpin
F. O MeComle topscored with 49.
I'hurmon made 4U. Chase 30 and
lhiyi.es 30
Of YMI'CV 149 few jI| against
Pickwick, (.' McKen*ie had a bril-
liant slay ;it tin wlckat baJEDtl
he was ciiught by Ooddard off
i .: nuu D Oreenid

,. i : f O
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B Lewia, PlekwlckAi -;i<>w
lod it

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Of 101 IO!
tie loss of i ) the day's auine A K
Troltei ;imi C, t Riward-. the
two opening lialailssli
pnd 41 rvapectively. Edwi.rd'
being not out P Ii iiv.lvn vrag
rui out lor 12 and J. Qoddnri
Ul*- Ii UmiUOsi
'
TOTAL -ft-i I *.t I
c-ii oi esraaiai I tie, s-1
4 1ST
SPARTAN vs. LMPIKt
Spartan (fee wkla.)...... |
SfARTAN-lal Innnisp
I ThxrnUHi b Saul)
l> Glllrna r Hlnki b Htnn
. | I. H-.lv
i cn*M- i> tdBej
W Jammnlt ilp^ 'Jonaai b "*al
i KatUMWl 1 b w b Scaly
W Clarke *lp dealt
<>1 out
|m*l INO ANAl.VSIR
O M. H W
(1-ahM S 1 a>
IS S II t
I Ham. 1 I 4S I
K Snt- IB I M S
! WlllUn u n -
PICKHK K \. Y.M.r.t
V M PC 14
I'lrkwlrk (Tor 2 wkU.) 161
% M i- 0 i-< imins.
I. (ii*ni b O LasKlty 4
b O.-lOarTt
kin h f) tjiah-
i aaant i> i. sa
ii a
it lararii 0
out >
i. I pittU IS
Ii (,jt*innr i lioort-rd ! Rdwarda 01
.utf -J I*I1 I
not m.t .... 1
Eilra* I
TOTA1. 1S
aotUM) *KAI VW
PtCKWn-X ! 1 "ima
fill I h k I1..H-
Mnuli mi' nil*
H r- ai*B run nut
<-.. M.I i nt MM
See.,.id llnmnii
Tho lluhiiirii
Scorr it uiiirn -,
l' 'I ICE took advantage of .
food wicket nnd scored 311 run..)
in their nrst midnas against Lodge
md ot the
. Cricket i.iaichej
.tarte*i on Saturday. I'
L iing nearly the whole day were
all Ait from the atari to make a
big score. Their opening bats-
man Blcmnan laid the foundation
for a good score when he knock-
I #d up 44 and the runs came
-(iiukly when C Brandford befan
lo punish all Ike bowler' until he
| aag run out for ljn.
Another century wej I
H B. Lashley for Pickwick when
'hey played Central at Vaurluse
; ..shley made 112 ar-d C L
j Cheesernan 62. For Central, L. O
'.Vood took four of Pickwick'-
wickets for 06 runs and at the
! end o, play Central had replied
with 35 for the loss of two
. wickets.
At the Garrison ihe Kegi.iu.-i t
rained a first innings lead over
( ombermere when they, (Combei.
Dsere), ui their lirsl innings only
. 'Managed to score 33 runs. D Brath-
| walte pmne-1 the schoolboys down
UMl touk five wickets Regiment
, In their turn at Uu- wic ket knoek-
i 'd up a quick 133 and sent Com-
l-ermere In again. At the end of
play Combermere had scored I
run lor no wicket.
l<-e"-iir also got a first
innings lead from YMPC
at Beckles Rood. Batting
flrst Y. M. P. C. were bowicd
rut for S7 and Leeward replied
with 12, (hike* 25. Thc steady
l-owling of G Archer prevented
i Me Leeward batsmen from com-
l iling more m and at the end
' I Leeward flrst innings Archer
had lu hii credit eight wickets
for 48 runs. When stumps were
. rown Y M PC had knocked up
; 1 runs for one wicket
L Francis helped Empire lo
bowl out Caiiton for 90 runt.
PrancJa uik aia wickets for 26
runs ai.d the only batsmen to do
-nything were B Edghlll with 26
ptmI G. Hardini 19 Empire re-
plied with 95 lor three wickets
n' the end of play.
Tlw results are as follows:
Carltam and Empire at Carlten
Corlton 90 (B. Edghlll 26, G.
Harding 19. L Francis six .'* 26)
Emjiire 93 for three wickets.
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Y.M.P.C. 7
Leeward 92 (H. E. Gilkes 25, G
Archer 8 for 48).
YM.PC Second Innings 11
for 1 wicket.
I^gge and Police al Lodge
Police 331 (C. Brandford 130. A
Llenman 39).
I^Mlge Id for no wlckel
( .-I .ui and Pi< k irk at VauelMe
Pickwick 298 C. L. ChecBeman B2, L O Wood
row for 68 runs)
Central 35 for 2 wickets
i ..:ir.ii4ii...i and tellege
a I Foundation
Foundation 195 (N. Jones not
out 40. N. Yard 39)
rollcge four for no wicket.
Regiment and Combermere
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(ombermere 33 (D Braihwalle
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