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PACE EIGHT RARBMXIK llYVI'f \TF WEDKESDAl MT.L'ST M. IKO Christian! Scores 2 Fine Centuries Clock Beats West Indies As Middlesex Game Drawn MIDDLESEX 311 and (/or 4 wktt.) 209 WEST IhfOIES 343 and (for 3 wkts) 148 ROBEKT CHI l he H W. /. PLAY KENT TOD A Y Tot MI y the West In.'.0U the thirtieth a>rw' with a i i bury %  against MI %  %  IMI namrus wail i "•con Is in bin i v/hlil) thrv -nn be |tifixat of th i I. : i, 4II\\\II \\\ l>.rll It uickelkecper. was in excelUm form with the bat at Lord's •<*_ iff %  lo-day end scored two fi' i i with Middlesex Hi* agex without btin< dismissed It wa* highly play was that the touring team ivouU first innlniis l*ri for "I'h i men out tin runs. But Chrtftiani, clever!' rhtalnlng most of shared In a stand of Hfi ID mlnut. establish Ins a new re ninth wicket of a wvi Indian touting team m BnySand Th. previous best was 82 bv at V Fernandes and J M N.liblett against Cambridge Umveri 1928. When Johnso;. "catch to mill off. Christian! n>s.ven runs for his third i I | o( the lour, but Vafcai -. %  mm while 40 Wtra put on (or the g*J 211 In .1 Bulls Chiialianl obtained 38 of thMS i. eluding five boundaries In I over, his driving nnd leg I It were specially good, arid in ing 131—hi* highc-i innings of thitour—in two hours and u half. he obtained one six nnd 21 fours. John Dawat hit one six. and i n twelve fours in a stay of two and 0 quarter hours for a* in Middle MX second Innings which was declared leaving the West Indie? tc get 178 in nuacty-three minutes They went for th,. runs bu :h,-lock heat them for whe .stumps were drawn ihcy > lit nly thirty runs short When rSe frurtii man In, w.irrcii. w*nl .< the crease 74 run.* weir iwdr in twenty M\ IIIIIIU lEOHt.RltllltlSTMM Christ. I>;H'II the ni-und lii.ru soon helpni fours off fast bo 1 Maishall la uininfs. ChrisbimsaU to i and VI 1 '--ill. %  %  • -v lii the %  %  I OW TraJford, m •;ing els. won that land '.' ns li ii ha* breii seen at KrflMll|t<,U. .ir. and capable Judit* of 'he ranv cimm'titfl o i Mi I ei-kreplni tr.. lie bit too mu-li .if Ihr (apt. %  akWl 'e him." The Wmt com up .IK-IO-I ii v. H. Wright whoso bawling Hi the mial Test convinced crttlca thai I.' linnlirevkiug tk. He took 128 wkts last Lntamen con cent rat til upon makChrisl mg a chance fur %  soco i i minutt-i bj h atati anl By hitting thin i lii tin Last ovei oj the aan %  i tlanl just succeeded ar I laud the feat of Geoi in the Lord's Test match in 1939 Chrlstiani's loo out of %  minutes cootalnad 14 fours and ho also became the sixth W< batsman to reach l.00 runs duting the tour. tin total reacfaad 33 in 16 mtniitas when Marshall was leg before. t'hrlstianl tap ..ii H. n tab I .icon nrai bv1 b I At that Man"' and th.Hi tfara neeuVd in 41 minutes hi BQ in isaaoa champioiislup gnmes and has been selected for the 'down muter" names. A. E. Fagg is unothi-i player who has not yet quite fulfilled nil his promise, but who IMrVarthafaM has been doing well enough, ss has been Brian Edrlch %  tiothei stalwart of the Kentish Kninvmenl old . ft. Egypti*ii swimmer, win and the £1.000 price, unlton nnd Dover. His ttm for th* Channel Mg record hy It miuuUv Express. So today's game will lack nothing to make it one of keen Christian! and Week*** ml up ,merest. it :,B mtautas, out four aantM with Kent are alway runa latp th.-latter was stumped keenly eantaatad. and s Griffith %  ..hen off balance after attempting u -ho visited the West Ind ( H Bri B hi Crieket The enUTUiiiuiig rsarorg ninth wicket stand betwasn Chilsuan and Johnson for the W< eg hit Worrell came.in with 74 m'*d, I la 28 minutes and Iha hid %  i ,.: I i. m h ins - : >-d ;. ver nf the match off Y mn f; the 1948 M.C.C. side paid county a deserving tribute when he wrote: "Playing uga.T: | Kanl is always something to be enF.ven the 1028—1933 days when lUtla "Tieh" Freernon. the ,_, diminulive Ke-t spinner WTMRarl and by hit mg 2 fours iimontf w lmXmen ^ hP did JKJ"' it with a smile. 10(1 ami ... vi tin : %  •..:. tiings lead over Middlesex of 32 runs. By lunch Middlesex hud scored 23 for no Wicket in then -con Innings. Christian! and Juhnson raised the partneiship to SO In 40 mins Chrlstlanl reached .Vi 0U) I < '-<'' ol 83 in 75 minutes and with Johnvictory son bringing oil the occasional The Scores: — big hit. the stand realised 96 in |.„._n..i HO nuns ber.ne tl I..it. -x a catch to mldoff llanho < When Valentine, the last man. ".£"** ,. t l)-' Wo^lay his enllaagun as he ? ia *I2S "mashed the ball SO elegantly tl hit 14 fours )hp nUf T< Neville Cardus. the 'lean ol k beat the tCAlrig j ^fSffiX aecounl oi a ...one M run %  %  H I nnd cent II thiloft] Of 1 L1 'he Wriiciwjleir waiblingh Wonllcy <.t Kent %  ornlnfl out t'> 'nt inte th iiket the West Indies First Test at Lord's:— came In Chrlstiani needed 7 for his third century of the tour and |na %  la>w. i vousts Vouna I -.in. ... %  Tola I West Indies required nine to take the lead. These runs Chrianafll c t uickly obtained and the innings blosed at 343 when Valentine W*f l.b.w. tti Ccmpton Chnstiani took cut hibat for 131 which, scored out of 185, occupied two hours and a half. A truK glorious tarings Included one six and twentyone fours. B) Uie interval Dcwes and %  -'• Robertson had scored 25 without v '. !" less in Middlesex's m cond kirnck. < %  Dewcs and Robertson took the >* uU*-.. before the lattci l "tamest of return catches to Vnlrrtl entinc. Various bow linn cbangea ri*v*< !" %  >%  %  *• *"*•* ^oulu not tempt the babnnen to in !" no" *-ut take rfek.., but altar a quiet spell '" ;, ;; ;—ue. s ifis. i i. ?—!'%  BOUUMi ANALYSIS IS S M 11 I M Bo Kent . will but thiee names Ml • %  their tlxture card, will tTJ bni lor another win. To date they have 18 victories to their credit which l>eat the New ^UUldacs record last year. The Hn /.•aland team won 13 ot 32 games rlayeti, drew 18 and losl one. At present W.l. ore In ail games N won IB. drawn 10. The team *eem bent on finish. g the n;t in whn*. of it boys. blare of glory. _B-M that* seme a *uddei scoring. Dawet off drove Marshall lot 4 and nulled him for 6 in one ever and drove two fours in Wor^ lt j veil's next over Edrlch after straight driving Marshall for 6. ondrove Worrell for 4. Then ,\ Weekes cam e on and with the first Vsiaau aa ball got Dewes l.b.w. These two *""'.' wickeuiell at 152. Dewe 'ill one MX and 12 fours in bis 86 which took 135 minute*. ur>i iii""\. %  Denis Compton hit 24 before bein* thru caught by Rae. ' v *" 1 '" TNIX>N. Aug. 29 Because of illness and injuries l ant in* n problem in selectInr %  ,-n uBarn to mat • tha Waal %  Canterbury tomorrow. The County cnpUlnl D. G. Clark. Bl had a strained muscle. gUUkd bOWatl Dougl"A'right doubled b> ll.mbagO. will t'-st dieir fitness in the Canterbury neti before the begins. Oeflnite abetntMS are T. G Evans, broken thumb, and the iiiiiateur batsman H A r*nwBon The team will be chosei %  i. Q Clark, Ames. j. W Martin M t COT Fagg, Heam \* %  ight. Dovey. Ridgway. Woollett. lufton, PI i linrshalL —Reulri English Cricketer Praises W.l. Team Bv TIIK SPORTS KDITtlK MR. CEORGE DRUMMUND who |g gf preaftnl :.--. E^igland, jnd wh<' lives i in y. u tiera at his country jc.idc!,,. ..t "Buckden 1 St J ., !" fblInwmi; the \\Vst Indies tout with grant Internal Wak-olt %  Waslihrook might have been out every other over the ball repeatedly missing the artekel and. luckily for him, the adtf of his bat. verj unfortunate lor %  -i. Matt m Simpson nor Compton may be available as these two would deal with the spin howlers in the only v letting right out to the pitch of the ball Th. 'fie... if successful as I think I dith batsmen who In follow (ample, In which case Ight get a lot of runs. i.e if the ipla bnwli %  'The We-i Indies | think H ) I feel sure that on the Wickets at Nottiugi.i the Oval, given tine a Bihar of B urea, Iha Ifanl ; i ini %  it of runs "When the team was precided la the King in front of the pavilion at 1-nrd's. every memlHT bowed and shook hands with HU Majesty like Courtier* nnd as though they me It all theft I about '" %  lUCfe I think it is 10 to 1 against them being On n hard wicket %  .ii Loru aan iha West indies in 11*04-1)5 Mr this Ihrummnnd saw the i na-Uarbados Test tun earlier tinleft tor England am: thnt Iha team was playing erteh n i tiiat would rnake Utern %  '.ill With ihe amount of '.line in wrUCn %  mile similar Roberl Christiaiu had to m.ike bi! i.ig left hander Frank Mrokes and thought thai Uanl would end up the tour at bast with third %  bava been tntn pleasao ei (otrmnneo 131 not out and lot) no' it i Kamudhiii iMa\ Pla\ For l .ruiM|iliiM -OFFERED £1,000 LONDON A Sunn. Hamadhin The West Indies aptn b %  "'• sign (1,900 eonlraet to play for th. eeiitral Ijincashtrc .> club next season. If he doe* be will b> a week f. r twent which ha • -*ell -.^ play Hamaonm will also be jokl l is fare honM :.. Trinidad. The West Indies be* i t t-oay ihnhe -igned. —Rej.-er. Symmands* XI itefeatMorreti'sXl A iwo-duy matin %  %  i utrigjtt ir. .-* %  monds* XI. SkipiH r S %  %  %  eon paco %  rdnpei Bymmon lor Mr. Worrell's XI 11. Worrell, A All.-vne nnd H Suttle took 5, .or 26, 3 tot 22 and 2 for M re> civ XI replied with the It eagie scoie of 36. of which J PnilHJ BCad E Greaves made 1" nd ii respectively. Boe XI M Syinnionds and 1 Ilmoie tnnh • I necotut 1 II it i II g s Batting a second tu monds' XI were quickly dismissed tor a small total of 30 runs of which T. White topseored with 5. Bowling for Worrells XI A Alleyne and J. Garvey took 4 .or 3 nnd 4 for 8 respectively. However Worrell's XI were given 118 runs to make for victoryAt the end of the 1st day*l nlaj Worrell's XI replied with 14 runs lor 2. Continuing on Friday on i rxact wicket the remaining batsmen scored fl win-. x!ucn "nok their second Hinlngfl total I Alley". %  H I' it Suttle made :t3. 19. and 12 respectively Bowline for Mi >vn monds" XI O. Fields and M Syin.nonds took s tar 'in ; (or II respectively. Thus b, %  l an outright victory for Symmonds* XI. The name waa alayad Inat wi*d\* %  dny r. more tone !iis world over, are hau'BGGiiG'jdyear giant tires taan on ?..iy other make! For performance—mileage—value,Coodycax pi.int tires are beat. Thc\ axe extra-tough — laM longest —give lowest cost-prr-mile. Mr ln.i tie to atmosphere of Advoaalna S*. The West Indie., side most popular one and is certainly tullllling its ot .< < main tainet. Ol emus. If beat EnnlaiKi .. | failing this, to show the crick* I Ing public scoring stroke* appnmnuy toagaitan by prgeeni day batsmen. rius also has been achieved An <.l.I English captain laid that all the Nottin^hnn wiic grgaa about W<.-ekas alii were eagerly awaiting to ae< him again u e r te ru ii n g QOUrse, Worrell, Stulln %  Co. i.sJS £jg0 An Ideal Taalc %  avaraea after a Mel and Tiring Day. g. a d S*t.ll lo' Hel Cl. $3 32 Yd SUITABLE FOR BATHROOM. PASSAOE Or MOTOR CAR MATS Etc. CALL AND SECURE YOURS EARLY t -chlHheo uiniioi i.i.i. 10 & 11 Roebuck Street Incorporated IBM ^.V**VVV*V'..*'.'>'*VV*V*^^^ "AH Bad Luck tin. lock for Chrlstlaau %  bul this ol i' tht great strength liter ban %  BELLEPLAINE COLLECTS 225 RUNS %  in the h up 2?.S runs against Bar%  %  : | [| Wesi 1 %  i'hn*ti..i i %  M I : ,„'. % %  -,. ''.:";,.i, • ""Y 1 "" "'"""v "' %  for hi. sttokn. ;,„..,. ; ,, ,i ., "At Lord's Ihe Weil Inttai ,„,,,,. bowler C. Campbell iU> ha,: atrodoiu luck, tTiimn run out aai W. I bad Slnllim-yvr buna ' ifi*. T>u! IMl taadUa '.. lake fi.ur ol 4eUaplalni .14 runa. In their turn .1 Djfl %  irket h.ui collaetod ?. nmi tor t III wldul Theyll Do It Every Time .>_-. Bv Jimmy Hado T* TQASTIMSTER K THE COUUTRY CUB PINNER WMO FRAlSEP ROQUEFORT TO IHE SKIESI GIVE >OU A >AAH ^ wrmooT SJILE"RUE BLUE ALL HOOL ANP A VARP WIPE-A MAN AMON6 MEN, WHOSE STERLING CHARACTER MAS / SET HIM APART-WHOSE > UNLA66IN6 AM&TION AND PUSH HAVE MADE A HIM A LEADER IN CUR COMMUNlT/-. '•Is ALSO PRESPENT OF THE LOCAL / 1 BAN< WHERE ( ye ROQUEFORT TRIEP TO 6ET 4 $S0 NOTE RENEWED. USTEN-" TSK-TSK yES, WE CAH / RENEW IT" / SUT OF COURSE I MM UNPERSTANP V YOU'LL HAVE 1 TO PUT OP MORE ^COLLATERAL! / ERNIES DEMOCRATIC CLUB MKMBKRS of uhoin nil lire m> friends. are requested to attend u Meeting on THl'KSi>\Y at Ml p.m. iu discuss ihc Second Day'* 1'i'ob* Icni*. ol Ariiu.: Kucr %  gglfahj. Supp4>r will he . served ns listed HI ftjfc After, there will be Cull tlver on the rates. 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i \wnviM>\y MC. 1ST w, nsn BARBADOS \DVO< Ml PACK TIUWT MaorisToMark Six Centuries J. C. (.K \IIAMI AUCKLAND. \Z. Maori, arc miking big-scaUprepaiations for celebrations to mark trie fluOth anniversary of their arrival in New Zealand Though the Maorli had no written records When white people ai rived, their tradition* ;md genealogies were handed down In detffl by word of moutn careful examination of trine account.* experts have fixed 1,350 us the approximate date of the great' ir.jirr.ition Iron, the noith In N.-v Zealand. Ev.i. Maori tracer back to the canoe in wheh hi.u.ived from Polynesia. The landing placet of the main canoes art known with falr curacv anA each canoe gnve birth to n tribe which preserve* it* %  i" 'he present dav One of 'he binuest celebration will he held in October at Ngaruawahia. headquarter* of the Maori "Klnn." Konoci Mm htg paonli BM descended f! the mlmfnt* who arrive*! in the canoe Tajnui and a committee undrr ih4 guidance of the outstanding Maori woman leader Frlnrss Te Prna is preparing to mark the anntverrv Four Days' Celebration* %  rbrMloM will last for Eon dayi tnd to feed the visitor* 40 tOM of pot .doeand 10 Inn* of weet potatoes are being stored. Sixtii'n sucks of cabbage plant-' liave been planted out on urnof the farms at the "King's" heedquarters. Vast quantities of com are beinp made into Pirau. a ttm -i Maori delicacy Even tribe and sub-THbe is fattening ylgs foi the occasion. The programme includes "port.* event-. dl*ttfa>fa of Maori culture aonj ii.i i w.n rsskwML revivals "f old traditions, and a churvh ser\ lea Maori orators Will recount the iraditional versions of the voyasea of the c.inoes in the great miirr..iion and King Koroki will present chiefs from other tribes with -nodel* of their ancestral canoe* A feature of the celebrations will be a dlsplnv of relic * Sriff joints? Aches? Sprains? Just apply Sloan's Liniment lightly Curtain Raiser Talks Due To Start In U.S. LONDON. Aug 29 Curtain K-lser talks prior to the coming Big Three Foreign Minister* Conference will begin in the United Statea within tho next few days Diplomatic official* on Tuesday reported that two sul> i certain to BgllfO high on the Agenda : American, British, French Muii'tei's will be: (i West Oormany*! mie in the Defence Plans of 12 Atlantic Pact porti %  (2) The future status ol Form Diplomatic chiefs meat In New York on Sept. 12 In preparation for this their expert %  ill pet '..iv'ther cither m New York or Washington within the next few days. Lewis Douglas, the United States Ambassador to Britain will bo dying to Washington on Wednesday to attend the Talks. The onUr* German question of the Cold War and Korean situation |g expected to have an important place In the Bljj Threo TilHu. -tC.P). Canadian Gills Assist Greeks OTTAWA, .Main., tin,. ..!,., „ ,,„( ,,„ nnli b cani %  UXU Hit%  hm :'iova. Canadian director of the : trie ota igi i. Dr. Hll bm i BV %  %  oed ove-%  %  distributing Ma h and food to hundred! ol i illegal • of Italian. Q las. %  Notional i .i di..HM %  %  %  '• H rep rtrtah %  boul Hour per person per month, and wherever possible, shelter, mln eft form equipment, need) and fertilizers Dr. Httachtnai an ...isi*t In II tlon b) distrtbuiilief *upplie-: contributed nadian families to the I Service Committee -U Di Hitschmanova. "'-nme when t vited thj %  in Western Macedonia C;in;i(liin l...\ --lies There we d IOM Canadian la all expectant mothers < %  ( the vlllage and to all li year of nyo Von i .imini the thrill i you hand ovev to • 'otnn; motboT, for that baby which she held in he. arm. HI IOJBJ and half natoad; lovolj Canadinn blue ami pink flannelottc diapers, B nightgown ami some wool lie* 1 %  llitschmnnovn dlatiibutod woollen blankets, shoes men'i coots, children') clothing, women''aroai and lockings. Before 1940 the vfluUe*! 120 families had owned onnn • | M i am i H" 11 %  I 150 horses. The back Into the town folio* tl .. i win have to denend on tl mrnl 'e keej% theni alive thirint' the veinter PI ><>tith-\\t'si Africa Controls Future EX, SouUtwesi ACrtca u 13 %  %  %  I For the lerrttoi. %  -; ineii.lwi to Hie parliament or the UnJoi %  ' %  rht i\ faui—niiiaiim \ %  .'.' %  u..o ,,.!-.-. ..„ AURSMI 3o ins • li..uiel M..Idar majoiiiv or i\ Pk i M .i hoi Smuts' Union Par" !<• .i coinparativelv h Or • d noun tl to %  i it.i who** 'i amtld '.• %  tofsa %  With no eatta i pwcaekiii, pro* m iiirticuit MOM aajrnra agree, botravar, ihat ihd 2.000 Oermanq in the former German colony are likely to decide the lue They hold the balance of power. Again, it Is impossible tc predict how Ihey will VOta Ornuinv Outnumbered Tin 1 Germans are now outnumbered four to one by the Afrikaans—speaking population Tin language of the territory is predotnlnantly Afrlkaani The HOU.00O Africans who Inhabit tho territory have no vote. The Native Affairs Admlnl 'i flOO h n the lines of that of Qto I'liion. astflOBl in tho itorusoro Ihfl Kaokt.v.'l'l o\.ni boland and the Okovan^o. haaaj I ikstan. of lodfraet eoN is hi operation similar to that obtainSCOTS GIFT GI-ASGOW. Scotland The Scottish north country hvaai> BOBfabji recently advertised a free, one-way passage from Glasgow to Canada. The catch: The successful applicant must be "able and willing to look after 34 north country Cheviot sheep en route from Glasgow to Quebec. —(C.P). EDINBURGHS FOR MALTA? LONDON Friend* oi say that sbj I U Duka ol Edinburgh will vtatl Malta again %  iiber. The DuJtC imand of the frlfjato Magpie li his new rank of lieiiteniiiit-eonimander at the end of August, and will H> away for a long stretch without home %  | I The Princess reportedly feels that she would have almost three tnonthl With tho new baby Princess and then could leave her •v to the care of Nurse Helen Rowe and Princo Charlie's "Nanny". MIM Helen I-ightfoot. _ %  >! a m B9JI oels: 6.11 p.m. Moon iL.i.i duiii.' Seplember 4 Lighllni: 7.M p.m. YE8TKRDAY i: inii-iM (Codrlngten) Nil. Int.il for month to y esterda>: 8.13 ins. rrmperature (Max.) R1.a-F. IVmperature (Mln.) Tt.ft. Wind Direction ( i m I E (3pm) N W Wind velorlly: 4 miles per hour. Harnmeter (9 a.m.) :!9.B5t: (3 p.m. ) 29.880 tug in Bcchuanalond -.)id other British protectorates In Southern Tho elections for the Southwest Africa legislative assembly are not of purely local interest Their results are as vital to the Union as are the results .of the election of members to the Union House uf Assembly because their results will determine whether the United Party or tho Nationalist (Malan) party will elect one or both of the elected senators, and ft Is in the senate where the Mnlan government's iced for trengthenulB Is the graataf. —4.' in. Press, Roapureh Institute Founded %  THF eatvetatone to %  •r Social and I %  i-sily Coiletco %  the (Vast 1 %  • 1 \ Ph.D., representing %  %  uacil and head f tho i i ant of "I.hip the Bishop of Joinaka, iiw RI R^V M, lague Dale. atVO the and .imone thaaa pfaaanl tt u. eotamony wenMr P lock. Vlce-Princi|*l or the Univonftj College. Dr. If. I) Hug* ftn (in-ctor of th.Institute, and Mr. Hugh Springer. Rer Bpaaklntj ai the ettafnonj i>i Hui-cinv said that although the h a fsaqua i targ uf tho taal I in .lain. %  i. i landed to !" %  Quito liaad Already there was a member of the taff prepaniiK nottonul Ifscorne estimates in the Leeward and Windward utffOBCfc) and Barbados. Another an 1 li' mil prodll ., tt \ HI %  tad ..oother waa aarryi Held study In rrhrida %  ck la % %  BbOW i I.. tori* ,n British Giiimiri mm. i ^ •] irfall the atono Dr. Rend m liner apiach oboorvod thai LI* t'liiversity College had fallen Into the pattern set in the <>loinal Empire She pointed out that there was now an Institute In East Africa, one in the 'iuk.ii: Id West Africa and more likeU to follow. This particular institute of the University College Waa, howovei. the firrt of its kind to be established in the Colonial Empire She hoped the Institute would bring good reutf to too Caribbean area and o the University College <:2.7(MMMM> For Jamaica Bauxite j. ('..niv.:. (NO— Usrfofygu,1hof BEAUTY PREPARATIONS ARE USED BY ALL WOMEN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD! I.F.T **fO.V##*V"" uaatr >'. COLD & VANISHING CREAMSFACE & TALCUM POWDERSLIPSTICKS HAND LOTIONSKIN FRESHENER ETC., ETC. ARE STOCKED BV Ml III :\l l.l!>. Wool Prices Soar In Australia SYDNEY. Aug. 28. Australian wool traders tubbed their eyes In amazement to dav when prices rocketed at. much as 40 to SO per cent at the new jeaaon'a opening sal here. About 12.000 bales changed hands for £ 1,120,000 Buj resenting wool Hungry, Britain pnd the continental countries, bid freely from the stort of to-day's MX Hot %  Brokers said thru the wool >old Tor Ms 5d In the last i • v ould have made well over 18s. 4d K day The best New South Wales wools pre generally marked In Novendwf >"d December It Wt la'l antn as a buyer stimulated compotlUHl Init a rep-, u-seiuiilive of the Htm Whkch buys for Russia on a commission basts dcnie(* Ihli states did not b "ic dan lad tnli Joint Organisation H ckpHof had dwindled to kM than 500,000 bale* Aaanta ^ald that if to-day's prices arc maintained that the wool OhaOUO for 1930-51 will be about i320.000.000 compared to %  %  ; rtiiU.UWP „f hist year —Reulci i Jamaica is n ' < KM fOUf. "Old o the first i ind .•lumoHoi. in;. osfsaskUnna indm :i. ii ibe iirni-n Vn .i was gagaoau i I % [or plan: aquhjH %  tsMa ,* ill he dciailod 1 . la oard .mi ( .o-t'u. HM i II beg in %  tnflBMi ,-,ii permit %  i %  n.i'i li.VooOoii T)w Economir i DI Uort tdmti Irauon of tho I' S Government I M0 %  % %  reemofit with ihe com* pahj .'.:.. t ,M|, !,. i., .• PI unfa B ; i I.I i 1 %  I of I %  %  %  Then* will be u la, .in%  oil. 1 I 1 : n A. u i> i %  Ud ..IT %  S produ lion in vein %  1 1 .. i %  off, and the planni il i im %  %  %  %  %  he horti t ruuti I ..Id I,. i ore poaeoful parU of l ,. — ;: Hack To Ethiopia BOUUH R i ipta .. n lie eon* S %  to miles rard in a time math The di %  oi Harrj I Jasstas in in i %  ttanc Mr. Factory Manager hflt tin ni'.i.iWITH Yn-.IR IMPAIR t'ROBl.r.MH npplV the %  lowing rx STOCK NUT;; fe Bfiitht Utecl pr.*PfNO fPlnmoirr Block) — BOI.T T/PM a niM In *ts from %  '* to ",• A^BI:.ITOH r.cPE. T A r : aad rTBR3. etc. PtKK C*LAY. BArrT.K BRICKS. |C. 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PACE FOI'R n\RB.\I><>ADVOCATE HI DNESDAY, AUGUST M. 1K0 BAKBAI)0S5*A1)\(M^H: L, %  !! % %  BW InliiUii Wrdnrdii\. \uruM M, MM OILS AMI IAIN THE Fourth Oils and Fats Conference opened yesterday at H:i>tin^s House under the Chairmanship of Sir George Sfeel. It is a working conferentr convened to fix the price of copra in accordance with an a;ree ment made in 11*47. Al the second mit'ting of the conference in 1M7 it was agreed that the price of copra would be the subject of revision during the fourth and fifth years of the agreement. That is why the fourth meeting has been convened. The Oils and Fats Conference shows what can be done by co-operation InlWMll governments and individuals. It was begun as a wartime measure but it hns been carried on into peacetime with equal advantages to all tho:. who took part Agreement at meetings of the conference has lessened West Indian dependence on imports! vegetable fats and has savi'd us from severe conseuuenees winch hsive resulted elsewhere Irom world sliotages of fats and oils. It has therefore brought the West Indies one stage further towards a self-sufficient economy. The control of production and distribution of these commodities by agreement has removed the cut throat competition between various West Indian islands and has strengthened the economy of the area. The conference is composed of representatives of producers, manufacturers and con sumcrs. The interests of the area as a whole is therefore adequately represented. At a time when the price 'if copra outside lite area has risen, it is a triumph for the principle of co-operation in the British Caribbean that producers and consumers and manufacturers of vegetable oils and fats should discuss together and agree on a fixed price for the primary product necessary to the making of vegetable oils %  M fats. If the producers were to sell copra to the highest bidder outside the area, the manufacturer locally of oils and fats would be dependent on outside supplies or would be forced to pay such a high price for copra that he could not economically sell to the consumer. Such a policy on the part of the producer would lead ultimately to the growth of other copra producers in many parts of me world i,,,'i eventually the price of copra would be forced down. It is precisely by sacrificing snort term interests for the long term view of Caribbean self-sufficiency that the members of the Oils and Fats Conference have given a shining example to the area. The production of vegetable oils and fats locally is an instance of yet another secondary industry. The meeting at regular periods to fix prices is an instance of co-operation u: the interests of the area as a whole. Undoubtedly, there must be differences of opinion amongst members and the interests of producers and consumers will always provide sources of conflict; but then? Is no reason to suppose that the present meeting will not again conduct its business with that efficiency and despatch which has earned it the reputation of the Working Conference. Y. M. C. A. THE Annual General Meeting of the Y.M.C.A which will be held on Friday evening will be important for two reasons. ft is the first time that His Excellency the Governor Mr. A. W. L. Savagt will attend as Patron of the "Y" and at that meeting the report of the Committee on the taking over of Union Ixxlge to extend the activities of the Association will be presented. The service which the "Y" has rendered and that which it now hopes to render la the youth of the community should commend it to the favour of the general public. Its members can strengthen that by giving the utmost support and encouraging outsiders to do so. Telepathy—An Ex€*iling New Claim Is Tested E XITING new experiments on iong-tllstancc thuufthl-rviidinK. •fetch MiiKhi Miabla %  ecret ftfiiiu io uw telepathy fur scndinx aim receiving BMMagi HI Mag made by a London scientist. Government security official* are .ictively interested In the project, since it niters a possible method of -ending MKIUIS which could not 1 i-pted. Details of the experiment* were disclosed for the first time last light when I took part In a test •I this new system, which iBVOltai he use of an inRenious electrical n.K-lllllr From a room in the Fleet-street iffice of the Dolly Express I atempted to transmit signals from ny brain to a woman connected o the machine in a laboratory at Slrentham. seven miles away. tilt, Hi. John llettinger. nervous aensatior vho is qualified both as %  paypicked up hy the hologist and a radio-engineer, consciously or u tased this experiment on a strange The "MMtVM Ending he made while carrylngN-hinc shown in :he pli-tnn .ibovc cent hit: tut telepathy tests, in which one with wires lix d to two (infers, corded treat) tried to transmit pictures The wires are. 0 another electric batter He noticed that if the "sender" M*-I irii-i-d a sudden pain during M nparlmsat or was startled by noise, the "receiver" often evmed to sense the Interruption which might be stimulations cmcided almost exnv.iver," either actly in time "ilh the receiva %  oi.M'loUSly. icon %  %  i .., (hi' rh.il! sits, by the maThis figure of roughly 40 perut the average reI.-sts by Di .%  aims thai • | lain ad bj KI.I Thr -FKe TiiaV iple, when nected to a weak Hctiinger II but normally the too tush to b< resistance of the skin prevents the dtM current passing through Th. fleahd Tie Th '* %  "— HettiiiKcr i now trying to imAs soon as tba receiver" expcprov,this Igura by UMIIK an autoriences any nervous stimulation mu \umenTna to administer the however, extra sweat is automaUpain to ih. It will give man rally set free -n the fingers. This slighl i-l.-ttrn U<>cks and record vaa "transmitting" from a disacts aa a conductor. So the curthe times 00 t chart uwe of eight miles she heard rent surges through to the machine similar to the one used In the roume tins fall over outside the which records Has avani on a cciviug machine oom. At precisely the same mochart. if th,,, •xperiment n.ceeds, it lent the "receiver", a specially At six o clock lust uiglil the ma„ tAy provide .< direct method of %  nsltive woman called Miss Fleechine in the Streatham laboratory vending coded message*. A code "ee FalUws, said "Five Una." was attached to the lingers of Miss -..ul.i .:. A < irked out in ater when another "sender" acFallows. 1 sat < mctly In a top-floor which differ* tit combinaUons of identally ricked his neck during room in the Dally Express buildelectric shock., .paced at various i experiment. Miss Fallows, ing. The only material contact intervals of time, would represent ho again was miles away, between Miss fallows and myself different word* imediately shouted, "My neck as a sealed envelop containing For example, two nervous lmurts." a tie of mine, which she touched pulse* sent mil with a threeThese accidental transmissions throughout the experiment. minute Interval could stand for painful experiences often hapSeven timeduring the next the word "Moiday" in the code%  n during telepathy experiments, hour I was lUrtled by sudden book; throe impulse* with a twoettinger claims. And his obserbangs made deliberately by a colminute time-space oetween each lUons link up with thousands of league, who recorded the time of COuld lay" and so on. >ses in which people claim to each noise wit), a stop-watch. And I doubt wln'hti such a method ive sensed that something was al seven other carefully limed moof signallln | . proved rang with a dose relative who merits I gave my nervous system to work .it all could ever bf made .as far away at the time a slight shock by pinching my arm reliable And llettinger agrees Hetllnger therefore decided to hard with DM ee what would happen during Throughout this hour the times But these highly ingenious ex(.ntrolled experiments, in which and strength vt all sensations experi ments are the nearest aphe "senders" were deliberately perienccd by the "receiver" ~ thocked by pain or noise recorded on th? machine. First he designed an electrical When lMtii.;cr and 1 compared thoughts ar machine to record and time all notes nfU-rwarls, six out of my 14 CUTS IN THE VIRGINS iHllh aeknowledcmeatH lo Use ChrlM.ii Science MsnIU.-, Jul> 31. 1350) ST THOMAS. Virgin Islam s "Serious* reductions in >tafl have been ordered by the new governor of this UniU-d States dependontv to balance the budget. The new governor is MI.MI S djg Castro, the irst Islander to be appointed lo Hot office His lent actions dispel any Uncaring dOUbt WhattaM he would be independent of his fell.. b l and e r*. DO he municipal councils, which i|ve the ivlunds a arge measure of self-government. In a frank exchange of letters recently, the go\ rnor denied council charges that he had usurped legislative functions He cited legislation approvhg personnel rules under which "a department head may lay off an employee of the classified iervicc when he deems It neccssarv by reuson Of hortages of work or funds proach yet made towards discovermethod of transmitting L E S Tli€7 I sroi 11 cl Mv I | To The Murmuring I • onl i^i*. HT KIWI III MA4AI I AV RUSSIAN BORDER. Azerbaijan. The Jeep pitches and slides over the loo:c dirt road :>t £0 miles an hour as we race (or the Pass of the Assassin.Fifteen miles beyond is the dun. heat-fired village of Julf.i, alarm point on the mountain border between Persia and Russia. The road has cecn clocrd for four yean •*. has been kvcurily-barred >nl gu^iiUil since the day. a bare month -panit '•"lied A/.r ,...i The 50(1 population of Julia Itself were evacuated the pracarloui %  afafev of the foothills at the noolii of he pass bul back in Tabriz. 15 miles away, ttMN *H panle. There was a stampede to IhO hank to open credits in Britain or the United States The big merchants and the silversmiths prepared to leave. I tig American ears that mild make the punishing 11hour ride to Teheran were refugee prices." Gold could not be bought for DOJ Then the ostentatious manoeuvres, of Russian trnup trains which were visible from Ihe Persian border stopped. And the panic subsided with a nigh. IttH the security grip on the road from Teheran In the border was not relaxed lly the personal intervention of I'linie Minister Rasmasa, I was given a pass to the alarm point. To conduct me on the trip, Ueut-Colonel Gorgeen Soussanbarl. in charge of nllltnry security at Julfn, was replied from leave THE PASS and THE FRONTIER old foi \-i'tcsi>.: %  • hiaM-*" T T VT*n tail, we were stopped again Here, even Colonel Soussanbarl's authority in these bordtT Big American cars that could lands could not save a long deluy. make the punishing 11-hour ride The major at the post checked, to Teheran were sold for "refugee re-checked, and counter-checked orices." Gold could not he bought every word on the pass. The sentrv for money. stared politely at the wall newsThen the ostentatious manP*Pr not to embarrass us. oeuvres of Russian troop trains Around the command post in which were visible from the the hills were the silent battenet*, Persian border stopped And the the machine-gun nests, and the panic subsided with a sigh. mortar .emplacements Only %  > But the security grip on the telephone line whose business i from Teheran to the border seemed to be only with infinity us not relaxed lly tho personal intervention of PrimeMinister Rasmasa, I was Uiven a p.i-s tn the alarm point. To conduct me on the trip, Lieut-Colonel Gorgeen SoussanbarL IB charge of military securdy at Julfa, was recalled from leave Minister Rasmasa was lo have hir. At two mlltary posts—one is way. and we were allowed to pats. illed Churchill—on the road to Ahead, in the purple haze of the Pass of the Assassins, my pernoon, was the Russian Caucasus mil was checked Then, as wo The railway the Russians huilt streaked Into the pass itself like 40 years ago took u> own W*y, a khaki rocket with a white dust while the road swept round in '.. or a goal track wandarfalfl lessly off. indicated that here the Persian armies would make theii first stand. i %  M:ASI ... IT seemed at length thai Prime grand dicta t. enter the maatarapoint village of Julfa. There are otbai ivisian villages, whose unease is their lot atlon on thp border 'i J:ii %  %  ... But there h none so uneasy n Julfa. For >n through thl village, could come the blow to the heart. On the ouUKirls are abandoned and neravhu buildings. O Julfn had two or three times .Is present population, and train went through at the wave of i M 1 it the point of i pistol Today the population is the military and those woo erv< khan The enly imwarlike excitement is the arrival of a train twice I week Occasionally a Russl i-i locomotive chuffs across the hr:dg> of th bridge with its whIU' marker posts, a sentry walked up and down On the Russian BUta, three soldiers lounged In the UWde Of | tin roof. The rest of Julfa lay flat ..n its back in the shade. Away on the slopes of g hill | part* of Russians seemed to b Ucuni B bull about N-. thaH mill signalled the passage of any mlli!;>. nioveniiMt. Qiintly Bowed th-.Arexes I put away Ihe field glasses. IN the Persian command pojt thenwas cold bortscli from Button rafrlgemt .-. and melon Over the Persian vodki cue of my hosts said -We have a mot that o good neighbour i.i better than a brother. It is a pity iha here wr da not even hnvi brothers." —1. E S. VwflwMt AitlI o lli.s.u Mr. de Castro, who was born in Panama <>l Virgin Island parents, and who has lived here sinn ')• was four years of %  <•. had become the most perienced career administrator here He was :he secretary and right-hand man of Governor William Mastic The latter resigned last year to 'ecome a United States Circuit Court Judge H [ %  hlladelphia Judge llastte. who had served earlier as a federal judge in these islands and had married into a leading family, was the first Negro governor of this predominantly Negro dependency, which belonged to Denmark until 1917 President Truman had appointed both governors not only on their merits, but also on their acceptibillty to a colony desiring more self-government. At the time of the latest appointment, there had been somaconcern lest the dc Castro administration prove more friendly to the Islanders than to the tainlanders, who traditionally meet the dependency's deficits i ..llli.il >...I iO-.l Assurances of Mr. de Castro's friends that h? would prove strong bul friendly are regarded :> irne out In his recent note to the Council of th Municipality of St Thomas and St. John, one of th two administrative units of Ihe dependency. Governing a population of 14.556, the more im portant of the councils was told that the 1951 "budget of Sl.220,000 is beyond the municipality's finanlal ability, so that obligations under it must be reduced administratively, which I shall have compllsh by executive directive." He listed personnel cuts to save more than (50.000 year. Spread over more than a dozen departments, the cuts range from $15,000 In salaries in he Public Works Department to $600 In the Division of Personnel So "serious" did he class his firings that he detailed reasons. He found that the council's budget. Inch he was letting become law on July 30 without his signature, had "appropriations In excess of $56,000 of a fair and conservative estimate of reveues." Revenue estimates, he stressed, "are inflated". Seeing no olher way to turn except to payroll, he said: "Tragically, reduction of expenses means reduction of personnel, since 64 per cent of our budget i expended for salaries." Recalling how Congress traditionally meets the Islands' deficits, he said: "Congress definitely will not continue to pay n progressively mounting deficit caused by our progressively mounting governmental structure." A frequent visitor to Washington, he reported "no sympathy from the national government if we continue to operate beyond our ability to pay." Revenues for 1951 as seen from Government House and not from the Council chamber, are: $279,200 from the United States for administrative expenses: $639,000 from existing tax sources; and $46,000 from ni Tux Sourreaj l.isicil Present lax sources include $350,000 from income lax, $233,0011 from trade taxes. $85,000 from rcul property taxes and a dozen other minor levies. 527,000 in gasoline taxes, and $7,000 in contributions from the official lottery. New sources include $28,000 to be added lo th $22,000 now collected on cigarettes. $9,000 In business license fees. $3,000 in corporation license fees. and $6,000 from automobile license fees. If his revenue estimates prove "wrong." the governor said that any additional Income should be I-..I.I. i,..: in salaries, |,„t m this .vay; $86,000 to liquidate deficits In the past three years, liquidation of such debts as $25,000 for extension of sewer and salt-water Hushing lines; $8,000 advanced to the Tourist Development Board; and $5,000 for purchase of a school bus. New Public Work* Also, he stressed any surplus should go into a reserve for operating $10,000,000 In new public works projects under wg] n> no means did the governor see that his present actions would maintain a balanced budget. He foreaaVH further cuts "to avoid a complete collapse of our municipal finances." Also, he warned that further cuts would be necessary unless "Congress gives us the internal Revenue taxes, the prospects for which are now more dismal than ever" He referred to unsuccessful efforts to gel Washington to assign ull revenue taxes [rum rum production to the account of the Island's administration. This would be in addition to the amount Congress now pays for administrative expense NOTICE Will our Customers please nole lhat from FRIDAY. 1st SEPTEMBER, 1950. our LUMBER YARD ONLY will be closed for breakfast from 11 to 12 noon dolly with the exception of SATURDAYS when ALL DEPARTMENTS will open from 8 am. to NOON. Our hours of business will therefore be as follows :— MONDAY TO FRIDAY LUMBER YARD Bam. to II am —12 to 4 pm. HARDWARE & OFFICE 8 am to 4 pm SATURDAYS ALL DEPARTMENTS 8 n m. lo noon. Our Hettdertu Say : Road GvaVV To the Editor. The Advocate— SIR,—In view of the rising score of accidents and the accompanying Police action to reduce them. may I offer what I hope may prove to be a few constructive criticisms I write as one having 22 years experience .i> a driver, and having never ln-en convicted of a road offence, I have no desire to ven* my spleen on anyone, but am Irving to bring a balanced outlook to bear on the problem as I see it It Is my considered opinion that the major it.. %  -r i far more due to one of the following: Criminal negligence, rccklesaness, carelessnessi and bad road minnrr*. than to the i %  Rowing speed limits. I believe thai this statement would be gmwrallv accepted by almost everyone including the How besl to control Ihl: naturally arises. The Police at present teem to be concentrating on enforcing the speed limits, not that I object lo speed limits, but the question arises as to whether these limits are Just and equitable, everything licing taken into consideration Consider for Instance the limit :>f 20 m p.h. In the rlty .and I am not thinking of llmnd Slice'. Tudor Street. Swan Street, etc the really congested areas MW i hTanv .f MOM It) sets it> own ; ,. % %  ami movement according to its density, but I refer to Bay Street, Constitution Road. White Park, and the outer environs of the city limits Mere Ihe average IMM %  >' all motor Irafhi is actually (limit or no limit) in the region of 20 to 27 miles per hour, and this is the accepted and I may even say established rate of traffic flow, not imposed bv any modern Jehu, but [nurd bv practice and usage to be Ihe speed most conducive to a reasonable rate of travel, without undue risk of loss of control, and al 'ime affording moderate onditmns for the quick stop In cases of emergency And it Is just alone these routes, that PsUt' raps are mostly set. So thit when ior.e unfortunate Is lined £H or £10 "for driving in excess of 20 m.p.h. to wit 25 m.p.h.". he Is Just one of Ihe nine in ten who has (ravelled thai same road nt the same rate or c*er. The exlsltlng limits were quite ,n 1 ord *' r for th e days of the Model "T' Ford, but Improvement in raking and car design on the whole, has appreciably raised the speed at which good control is ensured so that it Is much safer to drive by the Esplanade at 31 m.p.h now than it wan at 20 mj>.h In the old "Brass Bonnet" days, so that far from pro'Tutinj: motorists for exceeding a speed limit that iImpractleabla and out of date, the common tenso thing to do would be It to a figure in keeping with present day conditions, alwayi I %  mind that a speco limit implies the maximum and not the average speed Then the "Trail concentrate on dangerous and reckless drivers, and iny own •'pinion is, ihnt every drh-T brought lo justice for driving n imanner, dangerous to the pi llQ, or -iinilar charge, is worn I fly or more exceeding the sid limit within reason. In so far n t educing accidents are conceriv j. VlnioSL il.nU i cts of the most gross uneoW ncss. recklessness on the part >( drivers who seem to enjoy Ii r.unity from Police as long s fiey keep within Ihe speed unit*, Therw Is n not her ;.spcct <4 3p ad Traps" which 1 am suipriscri has not been agitated .-gainst I refer lo the present iroccdurc. One of the foremost tenents of British Law is, thM 'Justice must not only be don-, t'Ut must also appear to be done L'nder preser.t an mgcmentS. Mr. A" .nines a! his office havii g driven by car During the day a i oliceman arrives and tells h.-n that he is reported for ej Ihe speed limit along Bay Street The unfortunate Individual i>. ti the po at Uoc of being offer any defence oven If he s really Innocent, as he would >.o HideeJ far above the ,'ormal if he could be sure of his rate of travel al all points from Hastings to the clly. There is also grave danger or exposing ihe Police, (who after all. are only human) lo temptation or a most demoralizing nature. A* regards the accuracy of the stop watch method used, the human element plays so great a part that It Is surprising 'hat the Magistrates place mllkicnl confidence. In it. as lo convict for speed under 40 m.p.h. He thai as if may I strongly contend that in the interest of Justice, a third police should be olaced immediately after Ihe trap, and detail all suspected motorists until the check Is made. %  0 that if he oi she be charged. they would at least be in a position t" know with some degree of certainly, whether or not he h* exceeded the limit It Is also very essential that a rode of Regulations for pedestrians be enacted and inforced, as the Incidence of comributarv negligence on their part Is exceedingly high. The key to safety on the roads, lies in inducing all users of the road lo co-operate for the benefit of all, and the Police could bo far more usefully and effectively utilized In stamping out recklessness and carelessness, on the part of bolh drivers and pedestrians than hiding in hedges and gutters to enforce a speed limit which Is out of date. FIGARO Cricket Holiday To The Editor, The Advocate SIR—As a dally user of your news and an ardent supporter of W.l. cricket, may I be permitted space to make a suggestion on behalf of our victory over the M.C.C. In this present lour. I have noticed that St. Lucia, and Dominica have shown appreciation of the victory by giving the public a Bank Holiday. What about Barbados, with her six on the learn I hope on the arrival of the boys, the public will be en fde. O HIGGINSON Oall Kill, St. John. August 23, 1950 WILKINSON HAYNES CO. LTD. Succes s ors to C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. 'Pboan 4472 a 44*7 It'g Nutritious !! It's Delicious!! It's easily Digestible !! LIDANO SWEET MILK COCOA . always ready for use. You simply add two teaspoonfuls to a glass of milk and enjoy a rich food drink. IN OUR MILLINERY DEPT. CRINOLINE STRAW HV THE YAH — IN — WIIITK. PINK, RKD. CRF.AM. BLUB & BROWN — ALSO — HAIR NETS (without EUjtic) MARQUISK CAPSHAFB in Grry, While, III.,. I.. Dark xnd Light Brown Da COSTA & Co.. Ltd. DRY GOODS DEPT. EAT MORE YvgvtnhU'H in linn CARROTS I1EF.T ROOT BEANS ASPARAGUS TIPS CUCUMBERS MAYONAISE WIIITK Y>NKGAR BROWN VINEGAR Stiii/ Counter BARS CHOCOLATE BARLEY STICKS BARLEY SUGAR MAItSH MALLOWS SUGAR CURED BACON CANADIAN EGGS J. R. BREAD FHVMT 1 v J^SAMPS Fruit in //n PEARS PEACHES BLACKBERRIES PRUNES QUAVAS APRICOTS LPPLI \fttit Department SHOULDERS OF IAMB 54c. per lb STEW BEEF 36c. per lb KIDNEY 54c. per tr> MINCED STEAK 54c per It BREAKFAST SAUSAGES 60c per lb CAULIFLOWER. CARROTS BEVT ROOT Spe c l ah RAISINS 1 Ih Packages 50c. RAISINS per ft 16c. Order To-day From G0DDARDS



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WSDRl HJAY, MBtttl N. iso n.\nii.\P"M.VOCVTK PACE FIVE House Amends Jurors Act j A B.l.L to amend Ihe Ann Acl ami 10 mi uul thequalitication iur Jurors wa paned b) tha HOUM ot Amm bly at their meeting yesterday. Mr. Cl. H. Adams took charge ot the Bui. the ObMeta and Reasons of which slated that the qualifications tor a special juror are set out in section 2 of the Representation oi the People Act, 1901 and the qualifications for a juror are set uul in section 3 of that Acl. With the passing ot the Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill into law those provisions will be repealed and it is now considered advisable that the qualifications lot llllj wit! should no longer be dependent on the qualifications set out in the Repi esentation of the People Act. Clause 2 of this Bill reproduces as nearly as possible the relevant provisions of the Jurors Act. 1891. and the Representation of the People Act. 1901, as they were prior to the passing of the Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill. — Mr K I) Mottiey IE) SUJJI sled that .1 m appropriate ,, that lime to make an amendment %  u clauM. 2 of the Bill by the • IcktiiHi i.f Utword "mal". House Of Assembly Approves Reorganisation Of Civil Service Tinned Goods Released For Export A NOTICE published at thu ^k. office if the Controller of Food Suppiu-r and Price* thi* month stated lhat the Ministry of Food has informed exporters in the U.K. that it is prepared to irlease for export a certain quantity of potted meat and pole dc roie of South American origin. These product* are in good condition The notice also staled that licences will be freely granted lo local importers who wish to import these products. Importation of these product* will not bo counted in normal meat allocaA ttELL AT WAKEF1KLD. St John, which is situated near the road, is gradually caving in and might be dangerous to the public. This well is not covered and small children plsptnJ in the district arc In danger of falling into it if they annot careful Barbadians Will Fill High Local Posls TMK IIOUS&OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed .1 Resolution •tpproA my an order which results from .1 revision consideration of the proposal*. conUined In port 2 4 Adams Heport dealing with the ra-orguittatioti of tin I 9n ice Mr. O. H. Adaana iL) mtrti.hubavi of f cd the Resolution and mutiil Its ItlOn. but *itft different D0HV passing. Mr F L Walcott (Ll Mr Adams speaking about the seconded It. A motion was nitric BnanciaJ implications of the by Mr. J. H Wilkinson (E), an' onded by Mr W A. Crawford, that the Resolution be postponed A •aih-teuucM motion w Mi A K Lewi. (L>, s In The House Yesterday He said mat six years Lfo the; 1 gave women the right tovote 111 ti-is country' and it was high tone thai they allowed women lo serve as jurors. He felt tha: it was wise to make the amendment now. as it would not in te. I ere with the general principle oi the Acs. Wwineii Have Served Women had already sat as judges, they had appealed acotinsel, they had done the..bit in the war and in almost everything; ihey had sat shoulder to shoulder wit h men and he did not think honourable members would disagree to the amendment, seeing the principle of the Dill before the House. Yean ago |*eopIe only thought ol educating their male offspring, but things have ci anged and KOansn were playing a very' important part in public life and Otherwise 111 this country. There were members of tha'Chambcr who had practised at the Bar of the colony and thiy O NLY THKEE traffic offences would like to see women appear were recorded vesterdav. A in the Hieh Court* xitttn* mid were recorded yesterday. A cyclist was charged for falllnc to stop at a major road, while one motorist was charged for parking in a restricted area. A case was brought against another motorist for parking without Ughb R AWLfc SPRINGER of St Philip, fell from a breadfruit tree in St Joseph yesterday and li.jured his hip. The tree was wet, and Springer slipped nnd fell. A BBsTON BLACKMAN of Roman* C.C, scored a century iri the B.C L. game between Komans ana Majestic at Majestic grounds last Saturday. Blackmail's 149 not cut included 15 sixes and \'i fours. Majestic batled llrst and after being 80 for the loss of two wickets, they were all bowled out for 117. Tor Romans C. Tlning" Small took seven for 20 runs. In reply Romans are 234 for the Joss of three wickets. I N ANOTIIFK B.CX. GAMR. Goodwill C.C met Everton a" Kit 1 eat grounds on Saturday. Goodwill halted flrsl ami knocked UP 184_ G. H Miller top-score*! •with 57 but was unfortunately run cut. B. Downs made 37. S Hitmen 25 and L St. Hill 2i For Everton C. Clarke took 3 wickets for 17 runs. In reply Everton are four without low. : In the tame between Georgol lo ***, femal Park and Maple. George Park! amendment hatted first nnd made 98 In repl Maple are 11 for the los: wicket. the High Courts sitting and listening to the farts of cases as Jurors. The presence of women in .i>d public life meant a lot to 'hem and he therefore moved that wherever the word "male" appeared in the Bill it should be deleted. Mr J. E T. Rrancker (C" scc: %  amendment and said that there were some cases in which It wss desirable that women. would be more useful as jurors than men. Capable Women Juror* They In that country for some reason or oilier did not think thut women were tl capable of Bitting as jurors as men. bul he would say that women nad already sat on parochial boards and Vestries and in no case did they prove themselves incapable or unlit. He said that they should not al'ow the opportunity to pass Co remove Hie word "male" from the Bill so lhat every subject .,1 His Majesty should be able to made by onded bv R G Mapp (I.) that the House g into Commit1.1 Resolution The last motion was put to ||M vote and decided in the %  ikej Mr. Adams moving the passing of tinResolution isid tsuM U> proposals contained in Ihf i:,-...%  %  Aa... BUU ..; %  Aeasuuu*atssa Wl|Hi lor IHr DV-WHIMI lt*S. nr ..< in, HMMM %  : J--1 I %  SMtrnwm <•! I Ho*id Id 311 a Rrturn ,.f •ih Imm. ISM hcsolutionsaid that from September 1. the date when it ,..s i that the DMBOHbi %  %  I tied, i,',til Ifarch II, the sod of Hv cial >ear. the cosl was •SUB at SlOO.OUO agam>t wta se lsi OB ot ihat amount 1 Usastsi 1 he cost foi the of the ru %  eai 1 at $153,000. Mr. F. L. Wakatt (L 01..I1 11.1fnJlowii-aj Soiiw wi Ui AO.II.. thMuluthMi lo %  DOlwtl Um \. l"( %  vll %  '%  'I ..CI,. lutton were the result of a revis-fsion ltfc Pan %  ol thi AdSJn ion and reconsideration of the | Report tleahnu With alariet It proposals contained in Part 2 of j *' 'he primary conevrn of tinHi-port of Pnmmtsrinsei (; i,|l;l!;i 1 1 %  • lo H Ihsl .t Adams for the ie-..inanisatlon of (servants were proper.} the Civil Service. The Honourable | an(1 u,al >" ch provision a. in:, Member for St. Peter. Mr. P. L. *' would snsbta onem I Walcott knew more about it than \ 1 v fi service to Iho pubili Tl %  %  %  %  %  "( m Civil E*uii %  • nl .TMeh 1 cl-i law. nvaHla h> "" % %  UM 'I" 1 %  '' %  HOI 1 ../ iv ... ti BMsMMuaanl iFWIHWiali tHIln-' Or4m •' *.i. n "w JIM da> ol 2 CARS COLLIDE The 1 I.in oto t t |o %  he did. and would give | furthe; explanation Mr Walcou had been a member of UM Siili-.uininlitee which had Included Mr. C A. Coppin who he thought was correct in describing as a man who knew all there RU tSIS the mam rSOSa hi I u gull toe two nsVeanunlttssi ihsi IM ti ie *he House Never Helore The OoVSnunenl had done 11 I no I'.I^I Government had ma ii 1 uuoy. to know about the Civil Service. (had taken the pS0f)U who had been their mouthpiece in with into its conlMafl In expressing their point of vlsw ploOSiI ihcm on the bighSSl level and who had worker) along with u dis-'uss those nutters. The Mr Chenery and othei Civil SerPresident and Secretai* of the vants In doing so. (Civil Service Association %  Heads of Departments had on those *rh-< ommitteev been invite*! lo express *' v 1 useful ei. u. lo the G %  innient and to th< their views, and the mailer had been in process of consideration for a long time. The Resolution contained %  sdiediilc of new posts which it had been decided should be created, and in effect the creation of those new pOBBl would result In Ihe abolition of certain posts thit now existed But ihe aitn of the new propot' •Is wa re-orKanisati o( driving the motor van X-594 on August 9 along Black Rock a rate exceeding the speed limit. His Worship Mr. E A McLcod Magistrate of District "A" before whom the case was heard imposed a Hnr of 30 to IK* paid In 14 dayB or In default one month's imprisonment Charged With Bicycle 'Theft: For Mi C II Adams (I.) said that the? were certain reasons why he could not accept the amendment M proposed by the honourable senior member Iw the City. No doubt some lawyers would like Jurors, but If the %  ere allowed, it Id make nonsense to the f'one' Juror* Act. The Bill now before the C-m.mitlee meiely served to preserve in the Jurors Act, those quah'lcaj lions which might be deemed t.> have been wiped out when ihe Representation Of the People Acl 1 a., pssssol. No Difference In Principle No one would differ in principle with the idea of allowing woine: to sit as jurors, as In process ol lime they would be useful and probably more so than men when they learnt Ihe Intricacies of the 1 iw courts, but no Governor or Secretary of State would assent to this Bill if they allowed it to with the suggested amendment. Mr. E. K. Walcott (El agreed ith the honourable member for St. Joseph that the BUI should through as it stood and suggested to the senior msmbeT ft* the City that he could bring in anther Bill shortly afterwards to mend the Jurors Act. Mr. Mottiey then withdrew his motion and the Bill was passed tion -f new pnsts and still less was Its p-rposa stepping up of salaries Where a salary had been s'oijied up. it w % m tin* rs-or g snisstlnn it wsi usenv eil that surh and PUeh a post was more In line with tueh and such salarv Increased Salary There hart lieen jwople already fulfilling the dutlea of those new ui-iiout their being called %  potts and it was felt that tlte> should be at least recompensed by a kind of back |>ay in the form >f increased salary. The order was a Mineral ordei Following It was an older foil Teachers, a Bill in amend the Colil Treasurer's Act, then Mplilenientar> estimateand then the PSJI ions I'ensioiiable Amend0' * s *-s(uns THE preliminary heaiins in the case in which Thomas Roach of Bay Land St. Michael is charged with the larceny of a Raleigh valued at 0 00. the property of Martin Crookendalr of Jackson, was com! terday bv His Worship Mr. C. L Walwvn. Magistrate • %  A". The offence was committed on August 2. 1948. Roach has reserved his defence and has been remanded for sessions. Schooners In And Oat The schooner Cycloraina yesterday brought 300 drums of diesuIsiM, 300 drums of diesel fuel and n bSSreet of fresh fruit. It arved fron. Trinidad. Also arriving from Trinidad yesterday was the schooner Gloria irirMo. It brought 100 tons of i.t.-Is f 1 Messrs Gardiner Austin & Co. Ltd. Schooner Jalssr. which arrived on Monday, quickly unloaded Its cargo of fresh fruit and plantains and sailed yesterday for St Lucia where it will take another load of fruit. The 100-ton Motor Vessel Canbbee, which also brought fruit, sailed for Dominica. Schooner Zita Womfo left for Trinidad. Gov't Considers Loans For Educating Children At Universities Illl. Government is giving careful consideration to the requests from people to members of the House of Assembly for the granting of loans for the benefit of educating 1 hpdren at UnlverntM Mr O. ri. f.lfliri '1.1 to'd Ihe house yesterday. Mr. Aaans said that he vanied to make that statement for ;he Unetlt iff those people who were wondering whether the Government would make loans to is&ist In the edu.ation of their children who were attending Universities. He knew tha* some of those Rttendlnsj UniverCanada where they would experience through devaluation. .ll Seivv bJI •Ahum they represented The Resolution provided li net.infoi the Scivice ll was, not salary revision It was reoiKanisatiou to provide in.nr cnV ciency throughout the d0| of ihe Government Seiviie \'-. like the past position, gra i. I p were being cRitel in ti.,. Ben 1 to which members could be Bpj pointed by direct entry 01 by hro! *"•<''wu of it motion, and Ihev would have ade-1 "'' moved thai fuither eOtlquatr training even when do:n K 1 ^'deration U* postponeil (heir Jobs, thai would III them for nr H A Crawferd (Ct suppromotion to higher posts. All of 1 1' 01 "'" 1 Mr Wilkinson's remarks those posts would not nnd r "" '-itd.d the motion for posiversity training Some would cell | POOtmsnt He said that Rsioll lion v..is an important one. bolh 11* regards the financial Implh iin USJill ll *..! Mv Oi... 1. i.i a>h IIKIII .. ,,..si,. I -. mat uay. .•11 /iii-nu had raid thai lb. • uiuini reauuini iretn UH I ""UU bS *154.U0U ne inuughl Uiai 11 wa. IOSS ui refer the Kesoluiioii to %  COSBSalUSe wmen iM IU pea ID "H a M i.iemDe.s -• %  ine hxccuiive woula be on, luii tnsjl WOUla be atlc u> aci4UStn| .nner members wim Ihe iinplicalwau. ol the Order. or ai MOSl IhS) should postpone .i.iaiioi. of 1: for a week lioisjbt .inter contained several debstable proposals, principally those 111 connection with tht Secretariat. He did not think r. unreasonable to ask meeabei the Government lo postpone cw.and 1 training and eundlUou ol wryiee bul it wss felt Ui.il it wottl I be wise not lo wail on all those tilings 1 rfore putting the .a-,. f„i leorganisatiou as a whole As an example oi so Instsmei ment Order No. S. Thom* nieus-", n which ( Adams' ires along with the Resolution Heport was not followed. Mr. Wai hev were Ii: nti %  .!< ,; ; '•' "' ''"' OWCrelsrlSt No rr-orgamsalkm of the Service organisation could exi.l without a 1 detail some I 300 Se*/et.n i.,i I; as on Ih ..1 UM pron> sala. Ml Adsmi %  lid l had been decided that Deputy for special training. Not Always Agreed It would IKseen lhat the Com mlttees hail not agreed with ev< I proposal made by Commisslom Adams. They would see lhat U.. political set-up of the Colony had !" *ould call Iheir desire for created a tremendous amount .>r lowest indiamsalion" of the woik for Government Servants -Service It was obvious thut The Training Committee v, ,h <">e Secretarial posts would have working out the IK*SI methods •' to be filled from outside In riev regards HSM of tin %  nvlsusd. for SKaanpla the proposal for the Colonial Secretariat. Such a proposal was. of great interest in view of what! 1 leqim ground that the committee had OUlsred from Mr Adamt and ha.i proposed the pt..vision of Hiree A 1 -.i • 1 '. %  S-i 1 %  tari." uid f"in Assistant SiTI t.m.'s The laitei would %  in junior administrative posts working on things with which Mend < 1 House wanted to provide theii constituents, but which could not be done without adequate staff. Hi did not InUkM to enter Into t' %  ipM -i.i.r ..' ., hoin would b.' appointed They v ould lose pervui.iive in deaiini with the look at it from thai |ilnt nf view. He could not see any ini'ii.iH'i ui the House being afraid of those pro|B--.,l t ( ,r they oitcred min h to the Ideal service, and many oppo for promotion, (Tom tha IM In the hlsJMSt levelIn another Instance, Mr. Adams had raeommended the abolition of the post ol Colonli ihe Government had felt that It should not he abolished. Aa ll wet. tlie work i.f tin. Colonial 'I'M I. r was being increased by the m inline of new loans etc and it was felt that Ihe salary of tl %  Treasurer should IKinrrcased He was sure that members of the House would see the wisdom of *.hat. On the whole, hoswe ei the ommltti• had acted ... 1. genii ItlMl 'or the r\ Heads should be appointed major departments only particularly in relation to the responsibility and size of the OsSJ Sn.h departmenis were the Department of Science and AgrlulttlN and the Department of Education. There were already •1 Ih* Statute Book Deputy Heads f Departments, for example, ban .-as Deputy Commissioner I Police In those cases it was ended to change the Idle from deputy" 10 "s et ds l s B l %  The emolument of an assistant Head Department was normally 75 per cent Of that of the Head. In any system which had s set up such as theirs, there must bo anomalies, and there might be Instances In which that paraentage might have to be moditlcd. Promotion of Juniors It was B |so decided thai in each department there should be a grade of executive officers from whom future appointments to deputy heads and heads should be normally made Purpose of that grade would be to provide promotion facilities for junior cand.dates. No one would pass over the question nf promoting members of the Junior Service to higher posts. But obviously a* long as they were a colony and had OH Administrative set-up that the other colonies had, which it was definitely laid down lhat you could not enter except you were a University Gradual*, so long would posts In the Administrative Service be open only to University Graduates There was no single colony in the British Empire to which lhat did not apply. He was neither attacking 1101 defending the policy But it wa. a policy of the British Government, and il had been so for many a long year If however they had that executive grade ol which he had spoken, they would be mak'ng it possible for Barbadians or other West Indians who Rraduated from the University College of lh West Indies to come direct into the Service from lhat level. Not F.veryone It was not even' Barbadian 01 West Indian. however. who •raduated from the University Cllege who would automatically get a job as a deputy head over someone in th.rsSrvfce who had been there for a long time But H would make it possible for a man to ccme into V 1 S> mit necrssarily going to the bottom grade. i.rtan' pron...' SdUl the natter, and the E* which had had had the ad 1 phoiitioi' • ' studying it for eeversl Clerk Tne DOSl Hon"bie members of the Opooal1 1 Introduced I' ft, on the other hand •he tome ed %  of the qualilU-at them. Voice Objrcliuna If the motion for postpone men, % %  %  ted. 1.,. intended to voi.e I %  • -i llll more fully Mi Ad lies suggested that ir.i< id of p.islponing the Resolution they i could go into cominllH*e on Hatrole MOnuJOIl would then be able to ask any ijueslioiu they wanted, and h e was sure that the tton b)e nu'inber for St i"eter, Mr r L, Walcott. would be able toi, answer Ihnm %  '* BSM SMI MM H.'UM .lit. 1 *U jull annul' Mave IK'Outv 11 uwy puatpoiivo >. i "(mid win muni ueuwii*. %  wnai ueoale IsMffe *AJ> WWU.U uioie mieniniiies ne wmam vl the Uovernineiil >nouiu i>ai Uiai if they OasnSJd tne menu oi tne opposilioii GaasMI i stuuy the proposals inure sen fully, Uiey vrouia bv assunurg in j sole responsibilily lor the cnange OIVISUHI on the motion 1. going into committee was taken. ana Ihe House went imo com ( mitlce. in comnmicc, Mr. Walcell (L I saaa thai 11 Uie lion JUnaM d. 1 ber lor t. I'niup hau reaa '•••. \ wiiole of Adams ttapOri, InWOUK. nave tnen be*ii jbie lo nnu .. comparison ociwevn to. AOSS iiei-n ind "' %  Resotui on en in UBOM ol UK> House Me lell mal in .VIM | llll ll, l.llH'.l'Ill Opp.ll |l||.l!| I. MIL oe given Hie nwmixr, to „„.. in in. ii*-s.ilutioii 11.' unices had been crealou li mvi. Hers ol tne House w-oL-o quibble about tne names givi tne unices, he was %  ura the ami iiiittew had given t ugunpui 1 psSsMM in Hi,hnghsn lei |us He .ud nol want tnem t.. 1.11. lhat me committee \as creeui sup.*r-posis. 'I' am tlia; Ainu a ;i|n %  % %  eei hiln -1.. oa-n.i,,.,. ,|„| |„ (l JJ^,. iii, 10 i<',. it UHMIM^I.!, n. |f thai 11 UK iijin,,, .tStpuTt ,. ntsa iiioi.mgni... ihere nave 1 "ii no MUBS tor .1 qtuusM ix-aioig w.ti, sSiaTMe, IM kuu i nut UM Oovernsnant, 10 nuuutu 1 %  ill m eOUh I %  .i.|.ele Wlh euanea everj othec colon,, j I'hat wita why people 1 %  ados to take up jobs etsewnei. "v. rythuuj mal ihe hows.. Q i %  was i> Heeta-d in tne U eeretai i. i-ause 11 ....s tne nerve ccniie. Wllh mat .ituclure given .... %  iMre ba tti. Ceensaittee, ii .could no lonesr be necessarv r... -"Klttihn ..„. i, llo m L nd to llll important posls i,e%  kU Li.ii postco..hi be lihvu ey West Indians, lie was Mire %  '" I -Vesi lotlian, Khoi uuid nil me post of Assltani oi.auai ieereiar) The itrueture rovioed t pportunilies for tinnf Brti Lsvotved In un accident on Maxwell H<*\ about i ay %  ertth the motor tar M M !.' wnad ana .inven b) 11 A : Hock The rhsht ti : esd L.uips ol I w 1M esst t amaked. NINA WILL BE AUCTIONED %  gag Sirue this vessel rclurned to the island from Hi dint bo Si Vincent 1 1 1948 it was laid U^J in Ihe inner basin of the careenage %  bulll at the St James Dork Yard after tht ityla %  : Celumbus 1 ship for the filming id Tl Parts of the %  lip have been taken nut front time lo n 1 %  bv .iodiur. Ihe iiiKin. 1 d I f us hull, maste and em h..i .m i.n fo ( CHILD'S COLDS quKfclyrrurvsd by rubbtf-l Jason Jonei A Co, ltd OlSTUtUTOftS. ^S^ T eseSsBB^esassesaai a (sff MB M I \HI\ S( ll.MIL WEAR h 1 I ssiiKIES PANAMA HATS — BOYS* CAPS — HOYS' & IRl S' BHOI8 HOYS SII1HTS. Navy. Hrown I WmleLiJS. SOt'KS St COTTON PANTIES ItrEClAL REDUCTION ON SANDALS IIO %H A s iiHKSS HMi yOU'U APPMCIATC THESE U.IMAX ROII.III OATS, Prr Tin ti.i.sovs itoi 1 111 (IMV pee Tin (UMAX HOM.II) OATS. Prr Pkl. DANISH TINNH) HAMS Vpp (App. 3' f inswer th Mr A K. S. Lewis IL) thai the House go into commutes* "" %  I" Mil, : .,ll,| th.lt II,.' Committee be authorised lo pass it head by head Ever sincr the eReratlon of the Ad making provision, for Orders such as the ono 1. discussing, he had drawn n lo the m t -n.it thev mallei II they were go.iu, "to r M 2!!. P, r .! UnM .'. "' ""!."*. ,to C P m .„.i_. _. rtintee on manors which involved 1 '1 '.'in,. f,„, (1 die Tnvsurv The Civil Service. s u ,d Mr *'l. was of vital importu Uld th.11 *rer Bsversl important 1 i" -'I'i Ihe iic-oiuiion ni" in -.I-....-.I thai they should "i 1 lleh oiiNi Ipal clerks, and that %  pted by the very people Who iit one UPM rejected it Who knew whether the Civil Servant mlidit not come buck and sav that I'lneipal clerks should not pa abolished M. in. I's:-fiil Me felt lhat a memorandum leering tin* tnUrt three Order/. nuld have been useful They oiild then have known what iiuld be the recurrent expendibg vot I. Ihe number of iddilion.,] %  "/" S '' '"••? |.osts, et. of salaries. of Wrt| Indtani KCt More Study, More Pev ling %  ppotnlmenb to Efsed ol They had decided lhal when %  IDSfierissenti, Deputy Heads or member of Ihe Service went for Assistant Heads would depend on iralnillB for a rSUI 01 two lli.it !'"' traininii S. h.-rne He c Hi-l weight Should be Riven to that I ted that the scheme hed been held v.ould b." abolished Mr. P. L. M.lroU iL) stud Ihul there would be ., Financial leers li-ry and an Assistant Secretary %  •ttached. That would allow foi local people being able to -pun experience uud at substtpictit i-1 IUUJ able to All raeanl posts, Mr. Crawford (0) said he would novo that further consideration ot Head 2 be postponed He had •eon told lhal any head on which n.foniiatti.n WHS needed or further .scuaslon. would be ullowed M postponed until the next week Airy Oplimism He said lhat he could not share (he airy optimism of those who .seemed lo believe that the DOStl esar going to be lllle.1 by Barbadians. They had no say at all ii Ihe appoint!neiit .lo nil the |>o P.F. VITA WHAT 4 lb Pkl GRAPES (Sass4ltM) PfJ Tin H. & V. &ALAD STICKS. Pe %  Apa. 13 lbs earhl her lb Per Tin . .fa $ . S .29 & m 119 COCKADE FINE RUM v* i \ si tint, sum A CO.. IIII usefulne.s to the S ivi.e by going oh training, and that he %  nould be given arceler.r. •nents to compensate for the Mudv thut he had put in. He supposed that they vi.r going lo Unit si .me public servants What'* on Today (mill' of Appenl ,n errlve at dt— isiom that would satisfy avtryMr. J. H. Wilkinson (El SB d .hat the Hon'ble Hemb Joseph, Mr Adams bad I day ihat the would be dealt wltl that terday) He would liki >in: . hj v/rnted to know which would belli r be dealt with if the House wen* Into ConuxdHee on tha Re OIUUM Mr It. O Mapp (I,) seconde Mr LewtS* motion. He nld Bl ll >.ne of the l*st changes proposes. %  n the Reaoluttoi which promising men In the Civil Beevtot 'ould IM* trained for administrative -vork. It v i an end to the frustration which %  felt by so many m-*mthe Service in the past. Mr | II. Meltlei lEi said h would suppoit the motion for thmenl of the Resolutim hr the %  ame reasons as had beel vh Wilkinson and Mr Crawford He felt that they ha Bat had enough time to make comoarisons between the Adam* and ihe proposals eontinned in The Resolution Mr. K. K W.lcstl (tl sala hi i pnfeiisd it to go to Inge that would have saved consultaho I I % %  p rtnwni bw that had not found favour wllh membars, and so the only question lethef It should he postwhelher they should I) i -unmitUM-. Mr Adams had said that if into committee they could ask what questions they wanted to oik The only danger of that would be the question they had the necessary (nations, then ll thaff and the last alternative wi U. go outside snip PUfauj I'p They were propostlg i Ihe ptUni up of work eeai # On Page 7 q.ialiillll.ds ild ! %  BACK AGAIN Three Stars SWEDISH Matches. WE ARE CLOSED TO-DAY tOIt SI1H A I \kl\1. AND WILL BE RE-OPENING ON i it tiny i si si tii \iiti H CAVE SHEPHERD & (0., UD. 10-13 BROAD STREET A



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i:\i.t six BARBADOS AIIMH Ml HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON c !5&._ ih/!^ g ^' *, MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY ^ BLONDIE V t \\ 3E TwEPE WEPC SO MANY a, A. GOOD TWiMSS-T3e*TlNTM£ •}( * CANNOT OUVSS-BU' IT IS GOOD TO Bt 'OtlOWtN* VOL -: x *0*M..AMVV* !" \*T u-*tr*,..*. BRINGING. UP FATHER II i_Atf M>TI.*^ o* AN %  ....' L ANV-,. --\. '. n jT>W TH I j •**> MAKIMIT BY GEORGE MC. MANUS RIP KIRBY I BY ALEX RAYMOND CA?~-.55C AS' SB* TV* f"AS5...B• • -:-" %  :-->•.. ~ss S ST.I.U jR.EC IN %  TALY... M \W THE PHAUT;, .1 I r-=cr AS!?COuTTA / ^B*T MMB fiWaRNt t/ou yr ro ENrt& out (AMPS' I t(XC lA'WAWHOMTo MS3LC A 8 3 BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES SVf/MWrOtfiMKMjf'j ft nMrnmru eite > 'HAT LI BE ( FNQttM Of 1U6T f^ youBENOrSI'IOWBAR luEC I, ,i,,. |i r-.i.i-i > U. "IffflVn your mli^ anil inxnorv anil j-M wllh Bland 0l WM "%  urur and i—r g| ifi jtTUur-. Mlii" -Wl "*''' h"l 4 naiural la IjaA^SS! ?* nth bMU f U v. T.t, % i-Tbf !" r- ALL IN AND ARRANGE FOR YOUR X MAS CALENDARS AVO/D 7Hf RUSH ADVOCATE PRIMING l)FPT. "Soaping" dulls hairHALO a(?/$fa#/ Vca. "acMping" your hair %  ith even flni liquid or cream orumipooi hides ilt ii.uut.il lustre wiih dullinit * \m-ni.n wtimrii bat* pruvrtl onK Halo i\ hafr ifh nnitinl r*'i.r-r. HALO Wreih iln' liiiiihwi Iipauh of vtmt hair "Headache's gone .. I took GENASPRIN" *GF^..^pBW'--Ihe vife hrartd ol aspiiio — ffwet/v check* llddachn. TooUi•che. Nerw and Rheumjiic Pains. Colds •od Tlu. Abo tfukklv helps to break a lever. At any ume of siraio or pain. %  Genaiprin' wet you through I SoM by all Chemtsrs, Druggtin, tic. Tfca u .dG..,l.an-llt M ., W rid.d f0M ,^ LRRAYS ] MILK 'I STOUT rati SOLE AGENTSMANNING & CO LTD. <;TNj., r ^.ortui 1-ltmM h b*., „ P1 ,„, u „i„ ,„ K 1. route vcKit lirt,! h.nlv. rebiill.l .irrnnh .nj nenr. .n.1 ,lv, V .ou in !" ol mll-hrim. lou ..„ J„ m „ c K ,„ ,„,„„ „.„ f rcvlianilng ilcrn bv Jrinkinu a .-up ot • Dvaliin.'' M K-Jiimc. Ihl. JHUi.i. 1..1.J K,rr. K ,i ,„.|„.l> f,.,. i„„„ *_, ,„j ..I. in U Mllll iulur.1 4.. In ...uTl.in, lnfl„ cl u-,.i.l..I... .lion .nd „„|,H, alike, ion .„ r ,., 0 e M .Irep. A. you dm, p~c.fullv 'llv.Ui..' provUn te,l rimirai. of H,e 'f %  MUIM J. VlliM WMKfc blip M r1M HP .i.ih .n.l fMMH| 'Ov.liinc' .l.o p.......... v.lu.hl. ionicp. r,-,:,, .,1,1.1, ,.. n i, ,,. ,,. ar J, health, nervoo. .i.tem. %  "" i''ili.n,-.1,,.,11 ...,^ ,.„,,.. In a, ,„ lh morning hritfhl-e.eJ .n.l hoov.ni. rMfill to nc.c t.,. .(.. ..nh.hrir, fulne.. ..hi ,-onliJenie. Oval fine JiredNature's SweetRes fore r. S



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WEDVKSDW. MOIST M. 1SS0 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACT. SEVEN' N5 CLASSIFIED ADS. IHKI> Ntll(l< I I *uM*gei Vntr "•' HM i .- %  -.1; take place •1 fl o'clock this r JESSIE HAPTORn IN MBMOBI \M turns I:TI:I I r \", % ,.,,.] and A free* ion* t< Hi Beloved Motl.n su 1 w In . Memory %  ) Beked Niece BARBARA A(.\MI> W" fell a.leep . Au* Mil.. 1M* On* *ed . hn. p eased **v WW. the da %  vtp 10 be wniwhmfl b. her rcl* llvra Mr Jo-eph and Ml*. Edith* Agard. Mr Albert Mr afclwln and Mr* Elmirn Aa>rd .USA. Aunta and for lei Ml'i I'.'" Apn| niin" Mil r !" .nrul(' Holder .ton in' FOR SALE FOR HI A I Reorganisation Of Civil $600 For HARBOUR Service Approved By House Acting Clerk LOG In Carlisle Bay # From Page 5 IIOL'SKS COTTAOt Fr..m Sept lt S CM tag*11. st i-wrence Qae on .-"lahed t bedroom. EWrlrlrrly A Waier App. Mr. |dnw* door 8 as llWTl.I IVG H'UME Dwelling Hou* ,1 Small To-, *M J,J ( „. npceniu r—iv.tad Electric Ufhl and waif* Iode School Aval I all Ic in September Apply %  L H Bakene* at %  -an 11 VMM n in, H.. W I Coast. .n fumiahad. bedroom*, said all itoiarn comwiancr.. tor the monthj^.SPPlTlrtbrr and October THTBSl>.!.>\ H I t (uiniWnl ONLY -Dial Mil n i,...KOI %  tip BUI so a 5 Al TOMOTIVF CAR One Plyiucuth car M latll jl .o*t new IM „ ,..1.1 Appl> to V E Moore. Corner P..-..*' Rd a) Beaten %  m In IBM modal It. A 1 Apply C HeH-crt •ft! SB—an TRUCK rondlllon Dial MM. M Tiidor Btreel VAN-10 hour power I tag ord'r Broil Co Whllepark FIIRMTUKF I'Rr Call al Ralph laras-d'* iilwnod Allay and • %  •nil .Ml Birch FOB MM OB LSASK UTfPTJRN L111T. n PAHAUKV Ilerbarro, Flood •lad ona mlia Imm lha City DIM Ji'd dlntna room. Fronl and side Galla Kiichenett. trirar large bedroom* with iiiniin wain, modem Ulrn I a idi >iai and tub bath with %  MM laid nn upelalra 1—rec n roam, bedroom with running WJ kiichen ,iii.l %  (.< %  .• roam on pound A — %  BB l 'l room with lollH and h.th ( •ge with room (or two car*. EJeriri and Oaa Pfaaaa rm tSU B %  3A t PERSONAL Tin | ill,I %  i ... i ,-., ,. Bivui| nadil i., pqi v.,f. i, wr flavar. IBM Iriaa McCollcnai I do not hold "'! rr.prnnlhla for bar or aia-onr alaa contractinf any dfbt or dabla in my name iinteai by a wrlltan order %  Idnad b> me Sikiird ASIITON MAVtriS. Sealy I*nd Bank Hall IB i" &A hi LOST A FOUND KLBCimiCAL AJ>DINO MACIIDJB Almo*1 new pjtrratl >U 9 A • eteciHc AiUmi Ma ehlne Cort new KM OB will export BMBMal Ralph Fir lid'* An;'ton Room. Ilaidwood Alloy. Phono MM RAMO 10 Tube Stumt.Warner elortrlc Hodio in excellent condition ..... nutorhutiae With 10P lerorda at InOilqiuta.' Aquatic Club. Aquatic Gap Anv d.< rln nu Jt %  M—An. MVF.STOCK w.lh r,i-t Mil A|.pi\ F Kin __, Tenantry, oppoate Nit). Gap. Si Michael J 90—tn PUP—Piue bred Cocker Spaniel Pup* ADPI-: Mr* O II S,1e. A.hburr Pltn Et Geona Dial M9T Ml SO Or MTSrF.I.I.ANF-OUS -.'—lol'V.t nf ever Ola*-. China, old lewal* (•— Mlv*. %  •.rrnkxira r.--. hnoka. %  '-" %  ATI:II IIFJ.F QL'AIJneD E1XCTRICAL FOREMAN -Apply In peraon and letter natlng experience etc to K E D W D*Tin*. City Oarage Trading Co Lid Virtori Street It.S W-t f.n PERSON to lake chargo of OfTlco Mai* or Female Poaitlon requlr— to book keeping experience Initiative ii: ANTWEBU' %  HirtT.A An, ath. Mh, 8th M S. KELLNA Sept iBt. Ind. Hh BAILINU FROM. AMSTERDAM SS URAMENBORG Aul lllh S COTTICA Aul ISih -MI IN.. TO MADEIBA. n.TMOt'TM, ASTWIir ANU \THIIABl I^RANJESTAl) Aul l.'r.d VI S. WILLXMSTAD Bapt. Itlh ULOfgJ TO TRINIDAD. rABAMARIrlO niNHMA. I'' I'l'HLifHAMAS AUCTION THI'K-SnAV -11-1 % %  11 JO p in KAVlltl.trf ROAD oppo*lte ROl" MAIKA Cadar At Othor Wardrobtb :-re Mahoiany A other table.. I^irdrr Vaggon. Mahogany DfBBBlng Table with "Irror. Wah*tand. Mahogany Couch, vlihogany Berblir Choir. Double Irot* bed t cad. Valor 3 burner oil dove, mer ..le A welghla. Per ambulator. other Itrmf. TBRUOa CASH R .uc MfTli MC KRN71E UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER On Thur*d* l 31*1 by order of Canon W 1 Moore, we will tell the Pumlura at the Rectory. St John, which Include* Exioiuuon Dining Table total |gi *i>nB'ii Ch-ir.. Aiktlqu* Couch. Sofa 3 It wide' and Collarette all In old (abogany Elm T Ptr— Deoka Carved Ink Table. Uak Book.ii.e .Ola-. t>,. n .i llaia a. China. Electro Lu Hofr I aerator. I~ilgldalre. Cabinet*. Ornament Table. White Linen Preaa. Children'. Bod.trad. Bed*, Mahog M T Waoh.tand. A •niim Table*. Chamber Ware Dre* Form. Wa.h RaMn Filling*. LeidiCoal Stove. Garden Awing. Good Tcnni. Net. Vauxhall 14 Motor Car In flood iirklng order and other item* Sole % %  30 o'clock. Term* Ch ItKANKER. TROTMAN A CO icUoneera g SO-Hi UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER "NINA" have been In.lructed by Mni Da Coala A Co. Ltd.. to offar for aalo by Public Auction on tha Slat day of Auau*i. begmnina at 1 o'clock on the ipot, ihe boat called lha "NINA" which at promt lylna above Ihe Victoria BridBe It U M feel long by 33 feet wldr. id t feet deep: with a draft of a feet nan the anchor and .par* and can be iilv converted Into a coaital boal or hnoner Firf all nther particular* apply %  D'Arcy A. Scott, Auctioneer IS.g. %  .. In UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER By recommandatlonB of Lloyda Agi wa will *ell on FRIDAY the lot of < Umber IIS Bag* Dark Cryattl Sugar u I! M a dark al Orneral Tradora Ud I M B*gBMR at Planlatlona l.t.l Bay BKANKCR, TROTMAN m CO. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER %  i i ed | will aell BY I mr Auction Mart. Shepherd Street. Friday. September 1*1. at 1 p.m. Hi Cender Steel Oullluan with B*t of Bparr law* %  11 Garvanlrrd Pipe Cut tar l-ln to 3 In m 6 cylinder Farfo fkk-up tCwd condition' il> lo H P Ford Prefect Hi Standard "Ro-ar T>-pewrHer I• Dumpy Level with Trl|-d and Levelling Rod Hi OAVe DeaV um, rii u ir. %  !> Electric Pan %  Colculalor, CuUkiuea. Boika. Lobater PatW. ft**'. Jack *>f<. ndied ."tckle.. Jelly MNCSENT GRIFFITH M.ijB-BH STAMPS — Tied and Mint Poataga ftaauw g| Barbado* and other lOxid. ..f it,a BWI. Curaoao and Arub* Be*> Price* paid at Caribbean Stamp l u ll ly No. 10 Swnn Street :BI a SO— Sn Itch Germs Killed In 7 Minutes %  Tour akin baa nearly %  '," million tiny aeama and porea wl.-re Rerma hide and railu terrlhla Itching. fr. kin*, r^irnn, IV.-Ung, Hurnlng. Acne. Ring worm, Paorlaala. Hlai kh-ad*. I'intplea. Font ll-h anil oth-r blmlh. Ordinary treatments gtva only temporary r-ll-I becauae they do pot kill Ihe ajerrn cau-e The pew d loco very, NlaoOirm kills the u""* '" ~ mlrmtea and la guaranteed to Rive -ou a Bflt. eiaar.attra.tlve. Bmooth "Uln In ""• week, or no"-" back on ratam ied Niaoderm from your CMtnlai • today and re.1 REAL ESTATE PROPERTY One Small Property *i Keivlngl.m Ne Road Apply C A Iihmael. Raxt-r. Road 3d S,D--9n BlTLDOra SITEA A llaal DeatribU R'.ildnifl Site overlooking the aaa. Worming, St Intftir* and ine Oolf Courext lo -Cloud Walk' at Rendervo i Terrace, Chrut Church /.p P | %  C. %  Clarke. T Swan Slreet. Pho-.o Vll oi MM M g SO an U.c Financial Sccrvtary coul.i mako a decision. Decision would haw to be made by an assistant except II was of the greatest imOOI Ijllf.' Mr. Motile* (El said that il seemed to him that there was a necessity j or a re-organisation It Uiey were to head for ministerial %  tii!us But there was some api-iehension where the three assistant Colonial Secretaries and t'Tni the three Assistant Secret:.nes ami the Office Superintenti%  i;i were tiwuernt | There wan uauuilv too much hypornc> in the House aboul the selection of natives to hu tlllTerent posts DuriDU the war years many youngsters wht had had a good education in the Island, had written to enquire if there would be an opportunity for them if they took courses in a Public Administration. A letter was sent back saying that there would be nc opportunity for them in the colony. Turned Dt>wn There were men with qualill(.ations who had applied for such posts and had been turned down Unli'Mthere was an objection to the character of such an applies r if ere was no reason why he shot.1,1 r.ot nil the post. Mr. Wi.ktmM (K) said lha) everybody realised that the C >I:nual Secretary's office wanted re-orfanisin. But they on Uat side of the table were not satisfied that It was necessary to have three Assistant Secretaries. Mr. BrsBvrker (C) said that he felt that the work in that offin ./.is being held up and for th.-*. reason he was prepsred to gi\ % %  •he benefit of the doubt to tho-e who were sponsorinii the miTe-v for the Assistant Secretary. H wondered whether to some extent the srrears of work In that offi, r was not due to the fart that son-capable persons were not popul. 1 with other members. The Colonial OflUr should bs allowed to know, that what thev ft II about displaced persons lx nn. sent to the Island to fil' \ acanctes The motion for the deletion of Item 3 in the Head was overthrown by an 11-8 majority. Those who voted foi the tlele tlon were; M*M*rs Crawford. Mottley. Goddsrd. Bethel). C.ill. The House of Assembl yesterday pajased an with .. get* i" pro*. I to be paid to Mr B Thomas. lVput> Ctafk ' %  House of Assembly, by way o acting allowance for thtMart u he performed as Clerk durta llu-t: Ctati absence SHIPPING NOTICES What An M.P Wants To Know Mr. Crawford ((*) What step* does the Government propose to take in regard to thirwCC**MMad tion contained in the Adams Civ .1 Service Commission Report connection with Ihe appointment of a Commission to review position of the Anglican Church with special reference to 1 The nperalion Oft the Anglican Church Act. the VCavtrWl \ I 1911—5, and tha) PetH Of 1925 Ud 1947. 2. The disestablishment al the Anglican Church, or 3 The disestablish iiu'i it u 1 gradual disendowmenl of lh> Anglican Church'' gaaSM pr, IBM The M V -1-AHI0BCF. olll accept Cargo .-nd Pa*.nf'ito* Dominica. Anllgiia. Moniarriat. ,N*M. and SI Kllta Bailing Monday. SSth In.i The M V "MONIKA will mecept Cargo •"<• Pa^enget* lo "" B.W.I, sehaoner Owners AsaoclaUon Ire OB— tgnac, Dial; 441 British Troopn Arrivi* In Korea # From Page I sector that Northerner.slill ( % %  Ihe town and that fierce fight was going on in the outskirts. Forty milc s further west abon halfway along the northern m 1 of the United Nations' !vu box" the South K..M 11. 9 Division came under flares t.ick four miles south of Uslhu Attkclaari there were driving; the centre of the Polianv-T.n %  -i, upply road at TOBffSShfBi The Pyongyang (Cognmunl '1 Radio claimed Cointnunlstt In Ms sector killed 1400 aUK) ' hired 300 Unite.) Nations troot's I —Renter Canadian National Steamships LADY RODNEY CANADIAN CRUIHUt 1 \:L M :.%  -. ( ANAD1AN CII.M.I.KNi.r. LAIIY RODNXY 1-ANADtAN CRI'lSl^l ADV NELSON 36 A.ig :< Aufl l' Sepl. 1 A* pi 13 Sepl 1* H*pt IS Sepl 33 Sept. a Sept. — IJ Oct. lb iwt ta On n Oei n Oct. ; Nov 1 B3*pt 1*. Sept. * Sept. 10 Oct E. K Walcotl, Wilkinson %  ..1 Ward These who voted against the 'letlon were: Messrs 11 Fostrr, Miller. Mapp, Lewi 1. an. Cox. F L. Walcotl. Cummins. Adams and Brancker Mr. Lewis added that the pooI_le were not satisfied with the Sorlal Welfare Department. The Raaolutlon was then iiwd NOITBBOIND LAI"Y ROONatY 1JVDY NBtaSON l^DY BODNXY LADY NElJiON GARDINER AUSTIN A CO.. LTD. Agent.. HARRISON LINE S.S. "MOONCREST" S.S. "BROOKHURST' S.S. "JUNECREST" S.S "TEMPLE ARCH" S.S. FACTOR'' S.S "PLANTER' IIOMFWARI> FOR THE I'NITED KtN(HM>M V*gl For Cloaeg In BaThado. S S. "MOONCREST" London Late September For further Information opply to— DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.—AgenU FROM TI1K UMIBD KINGDOM From Leapes Due Baroafa* London 3rd. Aug 2nd Sept. Glasgow & .Liverpool 19th Aug. Brd Sept ,25th Aug !' %  %  Sept London 5th Sept. 25th Sept. Glasgow & I.iv : I" "1 Hth Sept imii Sopt. Liverpool Ml' Sept. 23rd Sept. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. AWARD OF 1939*45 STAR AND WAR MEDAL IT IS NOTIFIED for the Information of former members of I Trinidad Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve who are now residing Barbados and are eligible for the 1939—45 Slur and War Medal that they may call with their Certificates of Service at Headquart Barbados Regiment, at any time during office hours for these decorations 298.50—2n. VACANCY FOR POLICE MEDICAL OFFICER. DISTRICT "A" Applications are Invited for the post of Police Medical Officer, District "A" Police Station. Candidates must be registered m. %  jl practitioners. Post Is part-time non-pensionable. Applications stat age, qualifications and practical experience should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary not later than the 31st of August. Further details may be obtained from the Secretariat on request. 248 '50—2n. OFFICIAL NOTICE B, '%  '" Bella Brti 1 iKin* Sen Mais M %  Ma M Smith. SS lw,-r. n R Bel -* Peaaau riiBudad Agonu "lie. Aotoclaikon 11 Pea.u.. -ll ton. Cai.l ..r, fro.-, Tnmdad. Asmi. Meaara. DaCi ..;.. mono, from Capetoon Aaenu Meaara • O II ton. Capt Oh* lerte. from Trinidad AB er Owner.' A.-oriabon nSPARTIBBS IBSMnT^al 'BI""! T '" !" C "" M "'Archer McKenne '"'* AlM ^ U M *"'' Mass. 100 IBM, Capt dumb*. !" p """Jt*. Aaenta Bchooner Owner*' Ships In 1 ouch With Barbado. Co-ami Station Bar! CaasM MM Bfe M.i Pieaa* S cyi..* 1 roliol. B S llrr.Uu. B !l lto.Mli n.nei HR Caleataal, ss t -ap JoK Si?T***iJii; *•*** A-. I S Atla I MIHI \k\lil 1 <.AI.ILK> ViwTS Ihe Iron meter • FOR SA1X Q.i Work*. Bat Quick ralisf with AlkallUgM Ona of two of tha largo tablot* m a glas* ol water dUtol.e promptly and go to aaorfc iBDmadiBtely. Walch it fi. Alka-Se'ltzer Parirlro. S I I V.MI. VaUay, %  a c* 1 %  B %  ...I.1 s s Bg, s v I %  Hecuba. B B Carbel. ft f>nane||Mti From T VlNCauST AggflTM V Bprutl. Aleiairdae Kughea, I'tlWv Hughe*. Hob, liill l-lemenl GUI. Ague. GUI. Ko*e Marie GUI mil 111 Oil l>.n.' Ol Iron. MAIUIMyrr Robert Shaw. Julu Shan. Sal. SI*, from ANTIOUA tted'rirk Case Albert Berkle. Fro I.IIKNADA Robert De So...... fe.rl lhla Mothe From VtrNCZURA Lira, Mrniiqiiilira. Joar Um Cu.lava Lira. Mario Oliver. Joerfa Sal.aa Man* Carbon* II Clyde Ural. AL.a.1* Deal. Jean Foab. Paulina Fo*h, eaMfBi F0.I1. Mary Fo-h. Ann rVakn Niael Mor IBBPAKTUKnt IIV U W.I.A 'or TltlMllAl) l*.he Arthur. Itesinald H.-e. WlllUm L.rtln. Leila CIIIMI.IH.. VHIHHV Klory. FletO* H'Oi-i.. TeaHIo BoUlaoo Gull'inn Boa1.nii. I I.lie lr.iir-.ll ftiinl larraw. Gwendolyn Wallon, Alice Hi**aar. H RATr'S OF FXCHANGE R\KHAI1I>S n\\ I •a Day. sight 7* •a in* \SO TSBB I II ..4 MM II t :; High! TIM v. 11. Cable i I To I SMS Hank of Ens Ml,1 IB. i..i'il Note* • 70 SIN YOBR fl t 10'. p< t-iiaajuea on flanker* 70 *J SUM or (Ml ... Drai. TO |g ;: i*'. P < rM* n aw. Currency .. SB*, or Coupon* OS 4 10* I I" m at t ANADA M B 10% pr Cheque* on B-nher. .. SB p. DaafaaBMI la.n. MM', pr snahi Drafbi %  i 10 %  pi St a IB**, pr Cable M 1 IB i. pr. 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IUI.1 Iron Bide Ralla. mg Konni Fuinllura to Tub or other Suite* m 4-plec* laag mi M roa toia istiiANcr Mtana — CONBI i I ANDREW D SHEPFARD < ...rrB.r.u.. Ufa A**a*laUaa B ABSasTBONO LTD. fBIDOBTOWy IAMB ADOS Tel. MM TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH BINOCIT.ARS Opened by JOHNSON'S hi ATlf INERT WIRK STRAINKKS Opened by JOHNSONS HAR1IVVARF AT THE Annual General Meeting ol the Y M f* C held at the Club llou— B*rkleHoad. on Wedneed**. Sard Augu.t. ISM the lollooing peraon. *.*re propoatd lor Memberartlp on the (loeerrilng Body T A II ATWEJJ. B A Bl-UCMrTTr. L. B DASII I. IIA7F1I V HOY.* M J' i CALADIUM SHOW WHITEHALL, St. I'l 11 K Owing to rain i HI: I.VHIIIVS will be further opened MORNING and AFTERNOON from August SWth to September 2nd Inclualve. 20850—2n. %  1.,-IL'l %  Drepwal Hmtr Oolv A .. Kitchen and Bedroom IliiBet* -Udelxwfdi SragMMM Hadto ml F...„> Table* L S. WILSON MTTAL TUBNINO TaaaAD cirrnNO WELDINO BATTUT CHAIOINO MOTIIB RWAI*. .w — GUIDON BOLDEN BARBATX3S G All Ai IF, 131V Roabuek ST. : in-\ 3'. t PASSAGES TO IRELAND ANTILLF.H FRODt'CTH LTD.. Roseau. Dominica, offer nmiggjl to Dublin per M.V. "DUALA". next sailing from Hoseau iibout 23nl August, und thereafter about every thirty-three days HIngle Fare. £10, usual redurllona foe rhlldren. Apply direct. (JIVE IS YOUR ORDER FORTil... linn. — Ndl & I' ''••* • %  Tirnialo Sauce Wraiii'i Rolled O.ts — TinPl.y Box Hiiiuit. AarlmU — s.l.il Oraaai l"m.pplc J.m Cow &: <;!<• Mil" f"l — Whole Tomator* PMCB*. — Tim Ro.l Beef — Tins Pe.r. (nrnflnur in Packicc Aorted Flavour. Sraaonrd Sink with Tomato S.uc. Toltrr in Tins — Pine.pplc Juice Jmhm B. Tmglmr A i.nn. i i'-BOBBVCB 8T. An *U*t DIAL 4SSS Nixoderrn rr SJfia Troubles troaUa. 1/i All that chattel dwelllm houae called %  taurencevllle' Constitution Road St Michael Th* llouie contain* aillrit.Diawing room. 3 bedroom*. Breikfaal icom and uaual out ofllcea Electric light od water aerrlce In.pertion on application lo the tenant The above will be aet .up for .ale at r-ijiiic competition at our office In Lucas 81 Bridgetown, on Friday Itie l.i September 1SSO at J p m CARIirvaTON t> SKAI.Y. BBllcttor. idenlaned will oBer for sale Ice No IT IIIBh Blreel Bi i I WMaMday. 30th Auguat, 11 ill Lot M. Navy Garden*, conlainlni II.Mg xruare feet abutting on Und of the Marine Hotel on ti, v *a*ath and on York Boad on ihe Norlh '" SSM %  quare feet of land at Chela*. Road. St Michaal, adjoining land of Mr J N Mannall on Ihe We. and Mr Jonneon on the south Tor further nart culara and rondltlo-v of sale, apply *o:~ COTTLX. CATTOBXI A CO S3 S BO-Sn B A KB ADOS II The undermentioned property wi Public Building*. BridBctown. bet—i .. Ihe date .pe.lAed below If not then BOWI. II will Friday ai the name place and durtna tbe seme hau OH aopl.iatlon lo me Mb'SKIBSON ft, mi / \ ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land 'formerly part laraer parrel of land conlaiolng by eatl COUBT OF CHANCCHY t up for sale at the RegwlrBtlon Office. — and 1 pm for the sum and on ,p on each lucceeding sold Full peril. gggBJ raor*. i containlnaJ by • about* which was part of Kuthi Acre, or thereabout. View Plantation, situate In the pailih of Christ Choi aloreiald ronlainlna by admeasurement Three Acre* ihrrrabouta abuttina and boundliui on land* Eyenlcy deeeated belna ihe remainder of ihe *aad Flra Acre, mentioned nn land, of the Roektey Oo" and Countiy Club > of C E Clarke on other lands ol Dr J I nar>. on land* l'p*et Pi Ice SI. ir.tn September, ISM) VENEZOLANOS AMIGOS I M MuAR lit I OS III ORIENTAL Dt LA INDIA CHINA. COVPT VISITOR FRIENDS Stock ORIENTAL GOODS In.m INDIA. CHINA and EGYPT Viftig IIIAM HHOS. Pr. Wm Henry Street, Telephone ,166 REAL ESTATE JOHN Si. BIAHON A.rs.1 r.VA. Formerly Ktsstsl B'-' 10 FOR SALE IIILIaCRIBT B*th***ba well conatrucird "on* bum tandlng on S acre* nee %  round with .weeping *' %  ine Atlantic Verandah on 1 reception 3 bedroombe.lnai kitchen, panir* • ropay'l tvited FAIRIIOLMT Maw*!l R StSlg it*d Option "w take gi acres of good arable land H" potential develin>>"'' poaaibllll"" Thia icidene. v> -.und bun, and contain. J rerepOJ ] bedroom, .one -HI and lollet'. klSThen pantry study There are 1 aervan rooms and %  %  -*• The propen bathing I. *lo^ at hand CLOUT) WAIK Rend. Hill. Chiut Chorah M bungalow of Amermn i sssi a *g aV"a %  .bova *ea level MegnWVent views r'oo.n. SaV. 1 bithraom. tub and .hower modern Kit laundry, servant.* quarter. .satio facing the wa ton gard*r,a, Mandtng In *>nrwi •* REAL ESTATE AGENT Auctioneer Kurveyw PLANTATIONS BUILDING Phone 4sM IT detxnds oo ihe cost p;r mile of running a irutit I'hc New loiduin Tharrci Truck with if; tough preci ion-buhl e-1 nc and tra cipiit-.ty body, cuts operadiic co*ts. ltipOfti i ul hydraulic bnkts increase the safety ofli-td and drive .l.ouIJ >-ou prefer it. TOU can have a diesel in^i -id of !" n**i ".^inc. And as to scnice facilities, wc keep your Truir.c-tt.u k in tip-top oonditicn throughout its life—iih if^retattJ •* ,-hameal ttBfli'rf ai InsfixtJ fnntif 'rhun-.c. TrucU CUT mote money hecanv: iheySAVI-'.AIORI-.l CHARLES McENEARNEY & CO., LTD.



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c \% rrfi.. s.l,. A ii it %  • < :io. I ! .', O Baruaoos Inuutate i Priff: Fiv itxrs Ye. 4J BRITISH TROOPS ARRIVE IN KOREA Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise Is Name Of Royal Princess LONJON, Aug. 29 : PRINCESS EUZABETH'S fortnight old daughter is to be called Anne Elisabeth Ai.< Louise, it was officially announced today. The Duke of Edinburgh, Princess Elizabeth's; husband today completed the birth certificate at their London home, Clarence House. The full titK of the new Princess will be Her Royal Hkjhnes I Princess Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise of Edinburgh She carries the name of Ihr famous Bn*Uah ruler Queen Anne of Britain and Ireland who ruled from Lftl to 1714. The name Anne is the iiersun.il limit e of tin Primesand the Duke. There is n<> Anne in the Immediate Royal Ffmi though it is an old royal name. Missing Schooner 'Emmanuel 9 Puts InAtP.O.S. PORT-OF-SPAIN Aui%  -. After 23 attempt, to BW Uj, Boca* leading into the Gulf of Paria dui.n* tba peel the 63 ton Hhooner Emmanuel C. Gordon crept into Port-of-Spain harbour on Saturday night with a crew of 11 and one passenger Leaving Barbados 20 day: ago for Carriacou under the command of Capt. R. Patrice, the schooner was 'reported missing' A search was tarried on a* lue owner Carlion Kulkin. assisted by naval and commercial piane* and ships. The lone passenger Clifford Anthony of Port-of-Spain %  tated that they left Barbados on August 5 for CatrUopu and arrived two days later. They stayed three days there and sailed fn Trinidad with a cargo of hides, empty drums, cotton and sheep They sighted the Boca*, but on reaching the mouth, encountered unfavourable winds and current! which prevented the ship from entering. Drifted Several other attempts again failed and the vessel drifted to The Venezuelan coast. Anthony praised the Venezuelans for the assistance Uiev had given them. While adrift they reached Margarita Island. During the seventeen days adrift they had existed on shark. tortoise and other :Uh which they sometimes ate raw. Twice during the seventeen day*, they lost sight of Trinidad and Venezuela, but managed to Ret bac; arrlving at the entrance <>f th Boca* on Friday night Desplb heavy winds they managed to negotiate the channel helped bv a small breeze and anchored off by a Government craft itatlom I in the Gulf. Saturday afternoon bob] ibarai th her mother and her grandmother Queen Kl i. v one* i>f the name.of |hl Koval. the baby's great aunt. Louise is the fourth name of j Queer. Mary, great -grandmother of the Pru babv who i I r tWeilty-Ole r On) p| ;||i I me an "offlctsri •.day. rot tba en. i.f Westmnutcr (district in Princess live,. lal 'AH. % %  :.ctuaat i %  %  • ng the baby's names ii.. ; %  %  v.ould not have been named until her chrtstenini The %  Keulrr AT llll OILS \SII FAT* r^NVflMKNCE la*. faff JJT' ^T^i ll %  an L "* ^^Wj HJ BiQ V %  1 j ] 1 kl % w L J %  1 1 \ J am. K^h#<*MSisf BBBBBBBBB\£: 1 FROM HONG KONG Truman** Open Letter To Mae Arthur (K Paajl s.oii RkMklaei r. •"VI <|J lilt III ltd MIS >c*terd4>. I.rfl tit rtrhl are : lion J B Renul Mr B, QWta— Kitlirhl Kircnadsl. linn K J easat), and Mr t A ( Hughes iHt. Vincent! Oil* and Pats Conference sMrh opened at llasllne Heuec %  aanrtef (Qtaraula). v.A H Patltlga trass— k I 'rtrle (ll.r i,.,,(..-i Mr A V Mpiolt t l VlnCouncil Discusses Formosa Berlin Gets New Constitution BERLIN. Aug 29 Three Western Commandants announced t >-day thjt they had approved i 8M M U ..institution of Berlin which "gives Berlin the legal status of a land fOeillian State) a.s well as ol a city.** The Commandantin a statement to mark the promulgatt m of the new constitution said thai it was a "milestone in the develop, ment of aelf administration in Berlin" and that it established the city "tlll more flrmlv a^ partner in the democratic community Western Lord Mayor Profcanr Ernest Rcuter. told %  Press Conference that the constitution was "an important *tep forward in the development of the position of Berlin lb* Hurricane Moves On New Orleans NEWOBI-EANS A steal Ouli Hvrrl %  ting northw; %  %  Louisiana early Tu—.' %  %  %  %  the next U hour* II predict what %  > %  would tike niter that • The Mew Orl ; "*epoiicil .t midnight that the storm wai centred about 3^0 miles watt of Hat i 100 miles north of the Yucatan Pi %  ill '.'. 5 miles an hour x tended outward about 70 miles a the centre, 75 Miles An Hour The hurricane uvci hi ''• mllei an hour. Gale* read ib> ut loo irdlei I i the %  \ • %  inortl west and north ol (hi .. U> proceed with caution Ai lea^t ed tu have beer i • %  I %  -t %  last 71 hours Pii-l-.'it> matert at more than t2.ooo.ooo. i %  %  \ casl of Miaou. Plocida S20 miles MIUIIICIM or Bermuda. The high' at 115 miles an hour centre In the northci st quadrant. Hunicane winds extended out%  /ard 7D and 45 iniles to the 1 G tended outward about :oc milThe Miami Weather Bureau that this ttorm would id move%  movement for the next \2 to ' noun — if.P) LAKE SUCCESS, A i %  discuss %  t asion of | Tieian F< i • • Jacob Malik ia J :I Agenda aimulst tioverni i .. m Min. LK undei ih (.—...> %  < % %  -ion by the •' !•!• %  IMltf'li r. in' %  ncerniiig Forinosa. I %  .trmosan %  %  %  approved by lewen voteto two al stenilon Nationalist China end asalntt it; 4 i!ik voted Viigoilnvia Did Not Vote i.ot take part in the vote The Nal • %  ;*te. Dr. T. F. Tatar. the I OUDdl not %  . %  %  ll %  %  to ion < %  nil ivkmg QovCoraptallH against alb red Ajnerlcan %  ggre lot b I i %  \1i TsaJ %  %  %  —Reutrr VIETNAM REBELS SUFFER LOSSES BAIOON, [ado I'hma. Aug. 29 troops operating with IBM MosCow-supported sjuertlta regime Ho Cr i Minh nn Tuesday reported successes in Vietnam's southeast ei rebel pressute Is said t<. be incraaajBg in Iha smaller AbOdla. An .1.. Minmiuiil(|ir .nl iel>els MM in men and %  --long operations larUnf Auguet :'•-• along thecwista) region of Badong. 75 n ( .II. fress. Russian Submarine Officers Sail Secretly All Over The World LONDON. AuKUt 29 A MESSACfc. irom Stockiiilm in to-day' Dal I) Herald i Ruaatan submarine otHcvrs were sailing secretly in Soviet vessels to all parts of the world in acquire navigational skill and learn about foreign vessels "They are under orders to achieve pinpoint navigational skill and learn snapshot recognition ol foreinn vessels in the shortest possible time. These f... i-. are i %  %  thcr from U raa i uthi nth oui or ii roi-natiuii "Thev mi-uii Sl.lm unlike l aorai Liougid inhu r\ u %  %  i. Qvitetal's .. i %  i. Hie <,<->,„< stiongheld ot ti %  •lists tin lettei re,'.-... i ag HM Pnasi i n t.n : despatch, asked OcnArUlUI To compare hll to A nn-1 lean ex-serrdered withdrawn bv the President, with a formal state n liej on storaa %  >' him pn v Ii u*l) This wool. %  %  red the M.thdri l .i letter said itie I %  ..•, in see.I pen lettei IUJ i%  i i it to re-epen [he MacArthui %  rhJch a v> it, House ipokeaman yesterday iti-rlared closed. Public I!. pit had RKen •unit. I. %  pl> ( .. | %  . upper) ol the more in. Formeaan poll I i %  i • %  rould, ittltlKll B\ t.i • IJR1TISH TROOPS arrivd and the cruiser "Ceylon' ami ^ h in*? began diaemharkinrr to t:< pipers and the cheers of South Koreans on h" quayside. They are 2.000 infintry of th< Regiment the "die harda" and the Arcyll and Sutherland Hichlanders. Tin v had l'U Huntf Kon>-n Fi ww f.,urm> icroaa the Si %  hoW %  ; h. wvn x mn i ''• 'i' m LOST FOUND l.tMMN UaS. Socialists Call For Peace Leadership I i: ill United Stoti-. Social is: Party under Nurman Thomas ked President Truman to remove Secretary of the Nav> afattaawt from hi* ofucc "to restore a real peutv leaderahu A telesiain release** by Mis. Hobin Myers, National Sccielary 1 the Party asked Truman for •prompt action" to restore this leadership tnat Stalin unlike Mill, i I '. aUaai thai though he can ma.>>roduce Btacnuies. he oannot mwlandure the skill 01 the ii"" %  wl man tiien, So while prefabricated parts i.r iii. ...i ,i-> are stiii % "•l!lg i'^i %  IA4 • %  **.t.i itwMeo-aeetaarw basea, th< actual uv-emlily ol prefab and marlie lownl dowTi For tin kin of cmi to Such i public i ..s felt, i UM ortou i rountris td) divldud in Iheti p. the Formosan qw itlon Bui some Repubtlear por-lhl>' some l*< IIMH I Korea i Pbri d| be* oma polll ' al issues to Pn in %  i UWW I" Novem bar. in hli lettei todaj !•; %  Preaideni iiso, bj i"'i>ii' at pot Oeneral .i .. Artsjui in bi pup.t.v streai i i .. % %  ,.. ratuitou i %  agrai I Lhi Oenet I' mill* v i alia i than dlpln %  I lie u .por.vihtlltiein the Far i raph, iha last or 'I a Wttl i a.ue 1 .t,i( In tlitKi.i ... T•, I'n 1 i ipeelt) "i Conunandet InH U'lilru Slate Ainici Voren. aotnledly tetd thi thai the : i tu 'l.i. %  ( %  SI ,i! [acArtl Russian Subs My infonnatio if Rusxtau wbm d M0 and .lant eould pnxl uch month il t available Experts gene yeers as the effective ttghti nf a auhtnamie whuh mea recent U i uperli i %  -,. tin n to th, 1 Keulrr prefal tee *:> to Mi boati ained i allv 120 bsoUte Hail a built to I land In 3 HO a tread) Inc tvlfgruicited a, preeedent for Matthews' removal "the U HI ol Henry Wallare (Former Vice President) when he piopow,! nppeasment o| Raaatl The State Department had cxIbWpproval of a speech made by Matthews in Boston in which he said that the Unite I vate. ho,,!,, be sruuni to <' %  •'>'.,:;;;.,::„*; .,.-.,..„.,,.,, war in the mtere-d of peace (SO | il.martn • Fill ... ^) in Iha PBeWc, the "Dally %  '.led. —ftruirr purely nind i nland • i. i. wers i lukUVi Ruasla'i undei Keulrr AT nn OILS wo FATS u.\ii;iti;.\ii; Fascist Marshal Is SlippetlOuiOfGaol j ROME, Aug. 2d. Kx-Maishal Hoduingo Graiani, who was leleased from gaol early tixlay has sent a letter lo a journalist of the hukUle extr.ti.e Ittlwms newspaper Paeaa Sera declaring "I spit in youi taeo %  UlOUSrfinl '..Mi,'-.' The 8 year old Marshal, Fascism's last Defence Minister. and one tune Italian hero of the Abyssinian war, was slipped se~ crelely out of gaol by police last night and immediately went into hiding from photographers and [ouras laH Thicitr: nubltrhed :n today'. Parr Sera. *,a written a few %  [On he left '.he military gaol hospital where he was serving a shortened sentence for coiliilforatlon with German*. Elopement Splits Crete ATHKNS. Aug. 2B Greek troop;: and gendaimes .vere lod.i> .. JJi T .i naii>-.-. ir,ii their ring around the mountain hideout of Ihe loverwhohe elupement has split ihe island of CreuJ ;md caused ihe proclamation of martial law. ,.i tin %  Iiea be m eiight for (iennany Russian buyers were Mrkl to K... lhi round It.uler Kussiun Hook May Save Siglil %  %  I %  %  %  : I % %  • ,|. Id I I 'I. n Prlda v -i %  the % %  Surgeoi v ,iil,.%  : %  i • n of .. Ui lag pi '-. -. v..,. ;.i. .. ; 1 $5U0,UU0.000 FOR US. TANK: %  %  huge 14,;0-IOIL I uifs.rn. II. i ni| %  n %  %  i lowing low and Ihrowuig thati the air T!>. teylsei td -n\ eac i C./* fcwtcuah' .at thi I Within %  I iiown thi iini, i n .ii t i '. % % %  JII S „i World Wai T.V Ilefoi, tre ohecki the Ailiethai. S antl-tanli %  o.r hud been I Ing m hil! Iii K'.,i %  mi null' I %  uiMf.' Aoaii. ... %  %  %  100^000,001 . tl Ihe United %  %  Aftei %  II il ihe v. .ill \':r %  -Reutei "na^ar; tsMoota hang. ..'I i .. rto> II: %  %  %  %  Ihe rlorth" ..-ii or %  ., for P %  %  I %  .. aptured %  ' %  Bui Heater*. Coi i.m thi a* >-n ie '. Furs *-frV> Megging* SOUTHAMPTON. RNOLAN Nearly 200 hale, ..I Honslan worth sboui i'200.00U are bin iha quayaldi hers but no .emanxioie '.. .lain their Furs were unloaded limn I .If, ll.li... I -t! IF,I 'J £li:abefli and Man-, hi'iiight then, bark Iron fork ..(tei dockers then rel '.. hand).I'u Ian goods Dumped In the QUaystd' furs an raptdl) may IK* ruined tit into 11,l.i atoraae qulrklr. ., . I HUT. •• I are nnk lo dot i oerV I il and Ihe Cunai .... .. i thi '/ %  t Sbeti an'I Mnii'efonm N ; '. %  oread pubtii i there bavi at en —Reuler Unification Of Europe Must Not Be Rushed — Spaak STRASBOURG. Aug 20 Paul Henri Spaak. President of the Consultative Assembly ol the Council of Europe, to-day de rtou need extreme advocates -jf quick action to produce a European Union. Addn ajuu C'onfeienc** duce n European mediate)/, that i Soviet tank' S|>aak declare.1 Labour P rt. | Daltxii %  dei.iri,, i would rtoi at Ihe BritiMi Mtter Hug riHitt in in the Asset iM.int of rleas Spaak. however name out .-trongly in sympat'ty wiu. Ilnti-.li hesltgtionj ovei quk I inwards a European Pi %  ..F. %  eproat I. Hut.. for being wary when pgupl (iitir here demanding a Europe nuiin-sai .i i-i.-.: i iiu,(i ce ^ .. %  i T i (om*ncrr nei'ianon i pledge binding Strasbourg reeotutloni bef< i %  p,n In.n,i %  Don't I IIII.IMJI i Labour (>overnnient Dalton should not have voted linst thiK. Spank said N.-l>.. i lilt i| OF THE BaWtOaVn Ut Ihe ( iiousr juluaai t-*-'> i" ,, hl *" : Ml rhalraun of the CoafereBee. and Mr Mlinh opened at lUsting* FergiMson iJjmsicai. Sir Oor^r -• I K c M Q Crouraer I British Guiana) 'eek summer sesaion here lo-d; Spaak said that there were peopi.eutstde the Assembly who had made speeches proclaiming that j if o United Europe were not i bulM by August this year it would %  ever la 1 I. lit [ That is a view with which I cannot agnse. he said. "To make put the Labour Government a United BuropS will be i. long danger by voting against n ovei and difficult process and will some Council of %  urups I require prolonged efforts. 'Some The aim of the pledge Is lo iieople say there is need for grea' encourage hurry because in eight or te spreod the European Idea In their months Eurupe will be swamta nrn p..rlniin<'iits" Spaak wenl by Soviet armour. I do not be >n The British Labour D< nova that, and anyway do you here uo not seem to i*-. think that \t we managed to pr^> %  normou?, efl i .. •r defined whs! It asked "Even to me it soundi rathei mystvra>u and dansy-i-| . Afio uie GtO-COAT lelf-po/fihm; WAX on your lino.



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PACK TWO ;!AI(llM.O> \KVOCATF. \w DNI BOAT, u r.rsr M, iMo What Is She Like At Home? QaJub tfaUbiq The gay member of the Royal Family takes an increasing interest in the serious side of life . Il V %  %  <' % %  ll.n< %  • lor r f IN THE HIGHLANDS of her native Scotland, atth her mother and father, the world'* n tan-about and %  asrin.itn agcr celebrated hci tweritie'h birthday What is Prtncfir Marparef rea' %  > Wt#t With her good lookl high gptrlts, keen clothes sense and obvious njojmenl of lite, *he is regarded a* the "Bay" member ol the Royal family Many reports have tend* ed to give the impression that frorr the chrysali* ol childhood has emerged a bright hutterflv This is not fair to Prince** Margaret, and doe* not give a true picture of her character. In her position of younger daughter, with only %  remote possibility of ever being called to the Thradfe, sotiI nor. i .ii< -h. < %  position than her sister. Princess Elizabeth But for all her apparent gaiety Prim r.1 %  minded as her sister. She has a shrewd, highly developed intelligence and considerable talent Few people realise that she is a brilliant | Often when ibi is at home in the evening -which is far more often than is popular belief she entertains her mother and father gftcr dmiu-i with an impromptu recital. Her music is extremely versatile. Chopin is a favourite. Then suddenly she will switch to boogiewoogie. If she has been to the theatre to see a musical show she can CMM home and play numbers from II b> ear. She haa a fine collection of gramophone records. She often sings to her own accompaniment after informal dinner parties at Buckingham Palace. Windsor or Balmoral. Marquess and the 27-. %  %  T --.!.fc-r. hvve been tegular %  •escorts" The 1'rlnceaa has lust left a house party in Scotland at which she has been the guest of the Earl of DalKi-itd But at present there is no indication that btJ ehotee will lie with any of When PrincesMargaret is a guest at a party •he other guests and friends adher a* "Ma'am Only members of her family and her most intimate friends call her Margaret No Secretary In spile of her increasing part In public life, she nan no paWvtan Het lorrcspondis d • i I t Outdoors, Too Althougt: Mjllflllsi Ml I'lUV ss Tlili ippUag i pta lajii > of tinyoung men \*. *'ith the soihe Princess on i In-waiting. Miss Jennifer MVan She has OOl) DM |MTsonal servant, a lady's maid As the Kin*'* laughter she has become a leader of fashion. She is fond of clothes %  lid lakaa a great interest in them But she normalh makes her clothes last a long time and wears them M u;<. \I:I i often in the Being petite she wlaclv wears \Z n ['" !\ "'"lle, t usually'a ^.rl R OIUT CHRIS] IAN] 8 mother celebrated her bir*hday BAd t<' m.ik o >n. Robert turned in his beat performance for the tour when he made 131 not out in Innings gajfl second. In the We*t Indp This Time lor Two Weeks A HRIVINc | • morning uy B-WI.A : %  l uiiim Dirtetoi < li W I A. >r Puerto Kiio. intrans It York was Mr Hugh Pophnm H i xpevts to bt in New York for brut one month during which USM ba iii BM •> %  >•• %  4 %  York pubuabers about a book he, i writini: Then he plans to go LW to England to )oir. his wifi who is holidaying there I xprrt to raturn hen i nwngi Christmas. After 50 Years-Fire I N Antigua, ti • was occupied uthe Oloml 'iolel ami rei-i'iitK dssHrOygd bv i.rc was Antigua's largest building t was demolished In lU ..mn.*r:iry year as It was built In 1800. cial Hie of London she enjoys outThey are occasionally invited to and ,! hr.^h "'*"'"> "lit. door pastimes dine at Buckingham Palace. More She ,,U ith the usuaHy they are included in the When she was staying all she ('ears earrings. In the family circle she is known Duke and Duchess of Beaufort and house party' for Ascot, a week-end tnhSfSSFJnSjK !*a£"3 turned out with the Beaufort Hunt „ x Winds.-. Sandrmgham or Bal0 'rXlcr w£h ^ lil l ^ ^ she showed excellent horsemanmoral. .in.?,,., *' lh wh sh *' ,,,,r %  I..,, IVK ,..ii ,K t,. illustratesome anecdote nake nC 1 often ship Whom will the Princess marrv Tennis Is another favourite The speculations which go on'i sport: she does not pretend to be she Is seen out more than one more than an average player. with uny particular young mat At home in Buckingham Palace, leave the Princess unmoved, her main hobbies are rending and The truth is that she will stamp collecting. up her mind in her own liiru _. Although Princess Elisabeth is provided the King approves of her now married with a family, scarcechoice it is obvious she will evenly a day goes by when they are tualiy marrv the young man she both In London when the two do loves not see each other When one Is In the country they speak on the The choice of her escorts is left telephone. Mllfb to her If, gflgf two or . ,„, th **' Iin ""s his guest the prinindependenl vvtB finds a particular young man In the last two years a close obdoes not interest her. she will server will have noticed how gently drop the acl thii ons have l>et-n marked by an *ry to ask nar, he hag met her neii noai | lodapabdence of spirit. enough times to know her private To-day she accept* a public entelephone number In most gagement, because she. wishes to. he So pressure is brought by her •*** wa a child parent*. In thai case he simply rings her sellers. She manages her own affairs U P in ihe same way as most young British sales of the Bur Fisherentirely. always referring her de"'< %  '"'K op a girl they would like nan. published last vetir lot .1 cisions once they are made to her "> "* to a party ir the parly is 3"0,000. And The Robe first mother and father in the same formal he writes his invitation. '— way aa any daughter In a normal Ihe young man does not know necdote Princess Margaret's chief disappointment was thai her sister and UM new baby were not Scotland to help celebrate WORLD COPYRIOHT RESERVED L E S He Counts In Millions By Jon Hope :V,-\ HAVE you heard of a n ailed The Big Fisherman, or _.. Iher. The Robe? I asked ter question—and nona ol eithei, or knew anything of the author, Uoyd „ Dcuglas Yel thc*e two bookshe has probably known her since both have Biblical backgroundsthe llrst flight of l>e*t urteous household. Men Friend* If she wishes to go to a parly a theatre she will merely tell her hav parents she will not be in for dinfirst ner and tell them where she is (olng. Only if the King and Queen feel Thi her very well he asks a frle,nd who Is more closely acquainted to ask her if she will consent to loin his narty. The King and Queen do not to approve of the invitation The -Regulars' Issued seven years ago, more lh 530.000 World sales for both tome lo three million. #> Among the unpublished material left by Lawrenre of Arabia when h t die.l in iBja ffsj h's book, The Mint, around wh<-h much speculative interest has centred Now, for the first time. 'X tracts are to b e published Only if the King and Queen feel The Marquess of Blandford heir £ ,,, re to ."* %  "• she Is not caring enough for her of the Duke of Mar borough |S ^, cy "'" ""T" l ^B~" heallh, they, like ^ an^ parenU. Tom Egerton. cx-Guards officer ,w 0 ber-En II.B.C. Programme might suggest she should postpone now turned farmer, the Hon Ptt some party or engagement Ward, second son of the Earl of Most of the Princess's return Dudley, Mr Mark Bonham-Carter hospitality to her friends takes the son of 1-ady Violet Bonham-Carform of tea in her own apartments ter, and the Eitrl of Dalkcilh heir This Is the only meal she often to the Duke of Huecleuch, are the takes apart from her parents. names with which the Princess has More formal return invitations most consistently been associated are dealt with bv the King and romantically Queen. tea two yam Ihe 24-vear-old Rupert and the Back-room Boy-38 Sb Off To Korea A MONO West Indians at the Oval Is i week wa .> I form of an Amei It was Rudolph Di Guiana born eompc: duelor Written at hand side of his t< words "C S Wsr O Dunbar. In Ull %  ibar, Hnti i, er and eonoaa the Ufi lie were the respondent neeted Old Harrisonian A m Barbad Spira. of "Grerr. ma. who %  %  %  .n.an. left Barbados in 1945 to Oabla University. where he obtained his B-So. and is now a Doctor of Optomeiry He was last in Barbados three ve-rs ago on hoUday Currently rfcini with %  lane optical comp. 1 %  i %  %  ir:l hr pliiu* to b* in Barbados for ontha he Associated Negi-> Pie of America, sayKorea A •rw days later s.ill in unl ;s still waiting to go l %  immediate eau and has parked all I Ms other clothes so that he leave as soon is tin vord %  through He exp'.cts to be ( way "any minute now" and will I r.. in hnrca for about six weeks, j returning in time to carry out his Ciribbean tour Back To Africa I OHENZO WILUAMS of Barj %  bados was in the waiting i mom of the Colonial Office last week l^irenro who has been %  (mm here for 10 years Is (| u a I i ti e d Bnrrlslcr-at-Law of Inn and a graduate of Loni don Universil* During the Second Wo, Id W*.. he servecT^ Flight HI the R.A F Tills 2tI year-old Barbadian is now look; Ini foi ward to I Government legal ipf ointment in Nl GLOBE TRIUMPHANTLY OPENING FRI. SEPT. 1st lHI :Jl:lfl:i.1 : ] lTtm HMill:IMIHHM!ii!M.).U Striking, ilortling, ttogacring i m o lions. Including lh lOmoillir. rifle thrill* • vpicluradl CROSSWORD m j* | 3 6 rE r r i ] r %  r %  VI I. ALlvlf. W (*. a, *> tue Won n Cup M R. GEOFFREY RAHBaT who left Barbados on Satuiday by T.C.A and is spending Trinidad, distinguish! by winning First Prigc in thr Diving Competition at th<%  Fata," bald |i the Trimi .i Country Club on Sundaj i prlac was ,i bandsonw Slh/e i: %  %  %  Saturday. Pul un. in .O) %  uiiuuuaitK. iciii a ixfrhrr K a J3y. i nopa. (S I.I, .lot*. (Si i'1-eoliar gaaill) al KID* |9| A ieai ii*r Hi Kiuu ul dlac* inn, II B H tutor ) M U iMKt j* U*IU. l ll A popu.al tlusier. (0> remsie* in 0 Uuiu nup* tinifii-ii* wn; appiv to inem t lai tersd <3i OuOdlUoa inm tnui tub nuuit to ins rail It I) —a lu oe arru .; cricstt or nma oy ooaco. IB. *l in* imrl laai OWOB Uir m*iu •St .V" OPENINO, SATI'RDAY. SEITKMBKII 2ND 8.30 P.M. NCW W0NMM F0M WWWIR B0S! .•> uupin-t u^t a uUns P< io< Yuu can i %  %  >%••*!> Irotn It (Oi > .llr.k %  all 4U*U lui wariuui ia> Hi.ina ID u#. ift cofun dii una lottra ioOKf^L^.SlUflRUHlHO ^ T, . irr\ RAY GORDON — a m\ i S ,C *R AT 31, HE FELT LIU all OLD MAN MIKIAN COOLER'S AMAZING AOVENTUM %  N THt UNUSUAL! GLOBE Tt>-l.\V AMD TO-nuKKOW. .'..Oil It 8.3riaU; SIS am I'.. S13 •.. BIMW.I.I. Raptrl ( G,.i 10 in hi. r. i b peaslMf, is with %  mo ih* rapt round >uo oihi btaacrwi la I | round hit nvct.i'r II CHECK CP nUv. il %  ,n omrni loi Kupcn ,nd hi Und il*U. "Tht a .. I ,>pc,iH." h. i> ,Ud NOW THE 111 ItHK \ M AND RAINY SKASON IS APPROACHING r art lull* SHnkrd with Bulls & Mini:.-. I.oiks Hasps & Staples Barrel Bolts Lamp Chimneys Burners & Hicks Call Latches Nails Hammers Kito Roofimc Compound Calvd. Buckets Sisal Rope at Our Hardware 8t Ironmont'erv Dept. Telephone No. 2019 REMEMBER: There is no Parking Problem when you shop with us BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. t: %  ,. Ii, sum ran* hnlia. BS0 am .n Thr M*w.. 11 10 p.m. N*>w> AnalI1.I& pm Mimic For Dai.c-ln B l i. i M-ii-. I'w U f Cnrr>, 1 1J p.rn Ka.li. %  arasli i JO %  •... ririii>h spoil. •/,• a 10 p in Ham* Nru llniai H< i I n Sp..r Wood Pr. II. Mlo IN p m. Mitalc From %  % %  .,.(.. Cabar.i. "i" I'arad*, l p.m. • 00 pm Thr AlN.n Thr I'lann rot rir*s,,|. Vai ,.t lh* World: 7*1 Nrw Anal>.i.. Cricket Hrp,.n m. lo 1.4S pm v,:.. I Thr Wt-.l lndir.. Ml, 111 pm Man. ITar of Knrr.v mi nim „i ih* c*ld %  (ream HSS i.-.i From Thr FdltnnaU in Mutir From Gtand Hou-I B 3i> Land And l.vr.i,, k. 1000 ,. m MWK 10 10 pm lnlrtlsid*. 10 11 lara'l Howaid. HI i.1 pm Sn-ilnn 1100 |i in from The Third Pro From c; O Service lo-dav 20/IS'20IA—2030 GMT. Normal (lequem-ieK IIP Hon. C AtOcv, >n the "trengthening or the urrned forces repeaietl Wednesday — Thur* 0100 0I1S DOqaooooooooooo-yv ^ -* PAHV MATINH-: : TO-IHV AT 5.M I'M. TO NIGHT AND TO-MOKROU SIGHT AT R.30 DF.NNIS MORGAN ELEANOR 1'ARKhl. DANK i'LAI.K FAYK KMI'ltsnN i*. THE %'KHY f#lf #.## %  # %  Of 1 Of \ Warner Brr I'ldure PLAX.l ( Hariri: Wed. & Thura. 5 & 8.30 p.m. Filial IN--T Or" MOW UHAM S SKIIIAI. I I I "Cl'STtltS LAST STAND" arHsl it.'J-^ir; K„I>, MIX n.*t,s mwarm raiD\v — sATiaiiAi SINDAV HIS r.n. HAHNER'tl NEW THRU III. I "BACKFIRF" "MB Vltainla MAVO Gordon Ma, ItAI GAIETY (The Garden) ST. JAMLS TO-HAY AMI in Min:i:im TIII'RSI>AV. 3IST Melro-Gnldwyn-Mayer proudly I'rr^enU I "NATIONAL V ELVET" COMING FRIDAY. 1ST Sril'TKMBFK "IMUNCK OF FOXES" MOVIES AUK BETTER THAN EVER EMPIRE THEATRE GALA OPENING SEPT. Ml and CONTINUING A M!im Picture You'll Never forget MRS. PARADINE IS ON TRIAL FOR HER LIFE! Raa 'ound lh* rem t dy (o raslara YOUTHFUL VIGOUR belav how Kruschen gave him back bta health afi*r weeks ol pain :— "I •'::! % %  % %  %  for weeks from kidney trouble and felt like aa old mun although I am only 31. If I stooped to do anything It was agony to straighten up again. Several people advised nn' to try Krnschen suits aa they bad found them wonderful. I triad tlmm und found they gava me relief from palu, and I fait better In every way. I shall keep on with the dally dose because I can now do mv dav's work and not fool any the worse for It." —S.V.O. Unless tha kidneys function properly, certain acid waataa, inntead of being expelled, are allowed to pollute the blood %  .tream and produce troulileaoma %  omplaints—backache, rheumatism and exceaslvo fatlgua. Kruschen Is one of the tineas diuretics or kidney aporlenta. The small dally dose keeps tha kidneys nnl other Internal organs workingsmoothly and nnlurally. so that the blood stream Is purlfled aud vigorous health restored. m. %  .-.'.; V/.VAV/AVA* r*. EMPIRE To-day unri To-mr.-row 4.45 and 8.3 Republic Plclurea Presents : "sAxns aV IWO .IMA" Starring : John WAYNE John AGAR Adele MARA Forrest TUCKER HOW To-da> V :.j nd 8.15 To-murrou 4.30 ONLY ?lh Ontury Ko\ l>oubl. Jp;...!.,CHAIN '... i • SAM-KiIS In THE FAIV" And "IWISIBI.E II All. •' With Don CASTLE Virginia CHRISTINE TO-MOMROW NIGHT AT 8.30 1'urueiis Aifftil ROYAL To-day and I' ; .. % %  IB 8.30 Rrpnbllr (in: Ileublr : Roy BARCROPT Jannctt MARTIN In -THAtX Tit M.I 1 111 At" And •TaTA' Ml' u i. A in-:" With Allan LANE Lynn ROBERTS OLYMPIC To-day and To-im.-row 4 .II and -I.. Republic Smashing Double : John WAYNE Anna LEE "FLYMMG 1 H.I IIS" And -ALIAS BELLY THE UIH" With Sunset CARSON tSo STUART KEEP A BOTTLE OT SACROOL IN YOUR MEDICINE ChEST. SACROOL CONQUERS PAIN On Sale al KNIGHTS DKUG STORKS. LOUIS JOURDAN WILL HOPE SHE DIES! ONE OF THE SEVEN GREAT STARS IN ""PARADINE"" Exlm :—"THE SPONGE DIVERS" Krlras.,1 IhrOBtk llrpublic Tiitures What A Yield!! THERE IS A REAL DIFFERENCE WITH STEELE BRIGGS SEEDS We have a Fresh Stock of — — BEET, CUCUMBERS. CARROTS. CABBAGE. 8^ "<• LETTUCE. TOMATO. BUTTER BEANS \Qf per pk. GARDEN TOOLS FORKS, SHOVELS, RAKES, WATERING CANS, SHEARS AT THE CORNER STORE w t'-oo*oav/'^vxAv/^v>v'-'.'/'-

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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Wednesday, August 30, 1950
Frequency: daily
regular
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Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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BRITISH TROOPS ARRIVE IN KOREA
Anne Elizabeth
Alice Louise Is Name
Of Royal Princess
LONJON, Aug. 29 :
PRINCESS EUZABETH'S fortnight old
daughter is to be called Anne Elisabeth Ai.<
Louise, it was officially announced today.
The Duke of Edinburgh, Princess Elizabeth's;
husband today completed the birth certificate at
their London home, Clarence House. The full titK
of the new Princess will be Her Royal Hkjhnes I
Princess Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise of Edinburgh
She carries the name of Ihr famous Bn*Uah ruler
Queen Anne of Britain and Ireland who ruled from Lftl
to 1714. The name Anne is the iiersun.il limit e of tin
Primes- and the Duke.
There is n<> Anne in the Immediate Royal Ffmi
though it is an old royal name.
Missing Schooner
'Emmanuel9 Puts
InAtP.O.S.
PORT-OF-SPAIN Aui- -.
After 23 attempt, to BW Uj,
Boca* leading into the Gulf of
Paria dui.n* tba peel
the 63 ton Hhooner Emmanuel C.
Gordon crept into Port-of-Spain
harbour on Saturday night with
a crew of 11 and one passenger
Leaving Barbados 20 day: ago
for Carriacou under the command
of Capt. R. Patrice, the schooner
was 'reported missing'
A search was tarried on a* lue
owner Carlion Kulkin. assisted
by naval and commercial piane*
and ships. The lone passenger
Clifford Anthony of Port-of-Spain
tated that they left Barbados on
August 5 for CatrUopu and ar-
rived two days later. They stayed
three days there and sailed fn
Trinidad with a cargo of hides,
empty drums, cotton and sheep
They sighted the Boca*, but on
reaching the mouth, encountered
unfavourable winds and current!
which prevented the ship from
entering.
Drifted
Several other attempts again
failed and the vessel drifted to The
Venezuelan coast.
Anthony praised the Vene-
zuelans for the assistance Uiev
had given them. While adrift they
reached Margarita Island.
During the seventeen days
adrift they had existed on shark.
tortoise and other :Uh which
they sometimes ate raw. Twice
during the seventeen day*, they
lost sight of Trinidad and Vene-
zuela, but managed to Ret bac;
arrlving at the entrance <>f th
Boca* on Friday night Desplb
heavy winds they managed to
negotiate the channel helped bv
a small breeze and anchored off
by a Government craft itatlom I
in the Gulf. Saturday afternoon
bob] ibarai
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Truman**
Open Letter
To Mae Arthur
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>c*terd4>. I.rfl tit rtrhl are : lion J B Renul
Mr B, QWta Kitlirhl Kircnadsl. linn K J
easat), and Mr t A ( Hughes iHt. Vincent!
Oil* and Pats Conference sMrh opened at llasllne Heuec
aanrtef (Qtaraula). v.- a h Patltlga trass k I
'rtrle (ll.r i,.,,(..-i Mr A V Mpiolt t l Vln-
Council
Discusses
Formosa
Berlin Gets New
Constitution
BERLIN. Aug 29
Three Western Commandants
announced t >-day thjt they had
approved i 8m m u ..institution
of Berlin which "gives Berlin the
legal status of a land fOeillian
State) a.s well as ol a city.**
The Commandant- in a state-
ment to mark the promulgatt m
of the new constitution said thai
it was a "milestone in the develop,
ment of aelf administration in
Berlin" and that it established the
city "tlll more flrmlv a^ part-
ner in the democratic community "
Western Lord Mayor Profcanr
Ernest Rcuter. told Press Con-
ference that the constitution was
"an important *tep forward in the
development of the position of
Berlin
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the storm wai centred about 3^0
miles watt of Hat i
100 miles north of the Yucatan
Pi ill '.'......5 miles
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70 miles a the
centre,
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VIETNAM REBELS
SUFFER LOSSES
BAIOON, [ado I'hma.
Aug. 29
troops operating with
IBM Mos-
Cow-supported sjuertlta regime Ho
Cr i Minh nn Tuesday reported
successes in Vietnam's southeast
ei rebel pressute Is said
t<. be incraaajBg in Iha smaller
AbOdla. An
.1.. Minmiuiil(|ir .nl iel>els
MM in men and
--long operations
larUnf Auguet :'- along thecwist-
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Russian Submarine
Officers Sail Secretly
All Over The World
LONDON. AuKUt 29
A MESSACfc. irom Stockiiilm in to-day' Dal I) Herald
- i Ruaatan submarine otHcvrs were sailing secretly
in Soviet vessels to all parts of the world in acquire
navigational skill and learn about foreign vessels
"They are under orders to achieve pinpoint naviga-
tional skill and learn snapshot recognition ol foreinn ves-
sels in the shortest possible time.
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i n t.n : despatch, asked Ocn-
ArUlUI To compare hll
to A nn-1 lean ex-ser-
rdered withdrawn bv
the President, with a formal state
n liej on storaa
>' him pn v Ii u*l) This wool.

red the M.thdri
l .i letter said
itie I .., in see.I
pen lettei iuji-
i i it *
to re-epen [he MacArthui
rhJch a
v> it, House ipokeaman yesterday
, iti-rlared closed.
Public I!. pit
had RKen
unit. I.
pl> ( .. | .
upper) ol the more
in. Formeaan poll
I i
i

rould,
ittltlKll
B\ t.i *
IJR1TISH TROOPS arrivd
and the cruiser "Ceylon' ami ^ h
in*? began diaemharkinrr to t:<
pipers and the cheers of South Koreans on h"
quayside.
They are 2.000 infintry of th<
Regiment the "die harda" and the Arcyll and
Sutherland Hichlanders.
Tin v had l'U Huntf Kon- >-n Fi ww '
f.,urm> icroaa the Si '* hoW
; h. wvn x'
mn i '' 'i'
m
LOST FOUND
l.tMMN
UaS. Socialists
Call For Peace
Leadership
I i: ill United Stoti-. Social is:
Party under Nurman Thomas
ked President Truman to
remove Secretary of the Nav>
afattaawt from hi* ofucc
"to restore a real peutv leader-
ahu
A telesiain release** by Mis.
Hobin Myers, National Sccielary
1 the Party asked Truman for
prompt action" to restore this
leadership
tnat Stalin unlike Mill, i I .
'. aUaai thai though he can ma.>-
>roduce Btacnuies. he oannot mw-
landure the skill 01 the ii"" wl
man tiien, So while prefabricat-
ed parts i.r iii. ...i ,i-> are stiii
?"l!lg i'^i IA4 **.t.i
it- wMeo-aeetaarw basea, th<
actual uv-emlily ol prefab
and marlie '
lownl dowTi For tin
kin of cmi to
Such i public i
..s felt, i um ortou i
rountris
td) divldud in Iheti
p. the Formosan qw itlon
Bui some Repubtlear......
por-lhl>' some l*< iimh i .
Korea .....i Pbr-
i d| be* oma polll
'al issues to Pn .....in
i UWW I" Novem
bar.
in hli lettei todaj !; Preaideni
iiso, bj i"'i>ii' at..... pot Oeneral
.i .. Artsjui in bi pup.- t.v streai
i i .. ,..
. ratuitou i agrai I Lhi Oenet
I' mill* v i alia i than dlpln
I lie u .por.vihtlltie- in the Far
-
i raph, iha last or
'I a Wttl i a.ue1 .t,i( In tlit- Ki.i -
... T, I'n
1 i ipeelt) "i Conunandet In-
H U'lilru Slate Ainici
Voren. aotnledly tetd thi
thai the : i
tu 'l.i.( SI ,i!
[acArtl
Russian Subs
My infonnatio
if Rusxtau wbm
d M0 and
.lant eould pnxl
uch month il t
available
Experts gene
yeers as the effective ttghti
nf a auhtnamie whuh mea
recent U
i
uperli i -,. tin n
to th,
1
Keulrr
. prefal
tee *:> to Mi boati
ained i "
allv
120
' bsoUte
Hail a
built to
I
land In
3 HO
a tread)
Inc tvlfgrui- cited a, preee-
dent for Matthews' removal "the
U HI ol Henry Wallare
(Former Vice President) when he
piopow,! nppeasment o| Raaatl '
The State Department had cx-
IbWpproval of a speech
made by Matthews in Boston in
which he said that the Unite I
vate. ho,,!,, be sruuni to <''>'.,:;;;.,::*; .,.-.,...,,.,,
war in the mtere-d of peace
(SO | il.martn Fill .....
...
^) in Iha PBeWc, the "Dally
'.led.
ftruirr
purely
nind i
nland
i. i. wers
. i ,
lukUVi
Ruasla'i
undei
Keulrr
AT nn oils wo fats u.\ii;iti;.\ii;
Fascist Marshal Is
SlippetlOuiOfGaol j
ROME, Aug. 2d.
Kx-Maishal Hoduingo Graiani,
who was leleased from gaol early
tixlay has sent a letter lo a jour-
nalist of the hukUle extr.ti.e
Ittlwms newspaper Paeaa Sera
declaring "I spit in youi taeo
UlOUSrfinl '..Mi,'-.'
The 8 year old Marshal,
Fascism's last Defence Minister.
and one tune Italian hero of the
Abyssinian war, was slipped se~
crelely out of gaol by police last
night and immediately went into
hiding from photographers and
[ouras laH
Th- icitr: nubltrhed :n today'.
Parr Sera. *,a written a few
[On he left '.he military
gaol hospital where he was serv-
ing a shortened sentence for coi-
liilforatlon with German*.
Elopement
Splits Crete
ATHKNS. Aug. 2B
Greek troop;: and gendaimes
.vere lod.i> .. jj- i t .i naii>-.-. ir,ii
their ring around the mountain
hideout of Ihe lover- whohe elupe-
ment has split ihe island of CreuJ
;md caused ihe proclamation of
martial law.
,.i tin
.....Iiea IllloUgll tu
hoping that
:.- '
drams Ui
Itempt
i local i
the monki
(to-
would celebrate hi*. i
-itl Thasoul..
Iilorifdi Healer.
WOOL PRICKS
TOP RECORDS
a..- in
SYDNEY, Aug 21
I .. .
' Ii h'i'"' l"i
i n|.i i ne for -ait" ma
than the
i lips 1., t
Yesterday prices rocket.-.!
to 5(1 |*-i cent Competition t.,i
- ... i ajppUaa was agai
vilh Franca predominating in the
md a fair uuantit> be m
eiight for (iennany Russian
buyers were Mrkl to k- ... lhi
- round
It.uler
Kussiun Hook
May Save Siglil


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Bui Heater*. Coi
i.m thi
a* >-n ie '.
Furs *-frV> Megging*
SOUTHAMPTON. RNOLAN
Nearly 200 hale, ..I Honslan
worth sboui i'200.00U are bin
iha quayaldi hers but no
.em- anxioie '.. .lain their
Furs were unloaded limn
I .If, ll.li- ... I -t! IF,- I 'J
li:abefli and Man-,
hi'iiight then, bark Iron
fork ..(tei dockers then rel
'.. hand).- I'u Ian goods
Dumped In the QUaystd'
furs an raptdl)
may Ik* ruined tit
into 11,l.i atoraae qulrklr.
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. I hut. I
are nnk
lo dot i oerV I il and Ihe Cunai
.... .. i thi '/
t Sbeti an'I Mnii'efonm
!n ; '. ' oread pubtii i
there bavi at en *.....
Reuler
Unification Of Europe
Must Not Be Rushed
Spaak
STRASBOURG. Aug 20
Paul Henri Spaak. President of
the Consultative Assembly ol the
Council of Europe, to-day de
rtou need extreme advocates -jf
quick action to produce a European
Union.
Addn ajuu
C'onfeienc**
duce n European
mediate)/, that i
Soviet tank'-"
S|>aak declare.1
Labour P rt. |
Daltxii
dei.iri,, i .
would rtoi
at Ihe BritiMi
Mtter Hug
riHitt in
in the Asset
iM.int of rleas
Spaak. however name out
.-trongly in sympat'ty wiu. Ilnt-
i-.li hesltgtionj ovei quk I
inwards a European Pi
' ..F. .....eproat I. Hut..
for being wary when pgupl
(iitir here demanding a Europe
nuiin-sai .i i-i.-.: i iiu,(i ce ^ .. i T i (om*- ncrr nei'ianon
i pledge binding
Strasbourg reeotutloni bef<
i p,n In.n,i '
Don't I iiiI.imji i Labour
(>overnnient
Dalton should not have voted
linst thiK. Spank said N.-l>.. i
lilt i| OF THE BaWtOaVn Ut Ihe (
iiousr juluaai t-*-'> i" ,,hl *" : Ml
rhalraun of the CoafereBee. and Mr
Mlinh opened at lUsting*
FergiMson iJjmsicai. Sir Oor^r - I K c M Q
Crouraer I British Guiana)
'eek summer sesaion here lo-d;
Spaak said that there were peopi.-
eutstde the Assembly who had
made speeches proclaiming that
j if o United Europe were not
i bulM by August this year it would
ever la1 I. lit
[ That is a view with which I
, cannot agnse. he said. "To make put the Labour Government
a United BuropS will be i. long danger by voting against n ovei
and difficult process and will some Council of urups I
require prolonged efforts. 'Some The aim of the pledge Is lo
iieople say there is need for grea' encourage
hurry because in eight or te spreod the European Idea In their
months Eurupe will be swamta nrn p..rlniin<'iits" Spaak wenl
by Soviet armour. I do not be >n The British Labour D<
nova that, and anyway do you here uo not seem to i*-.
think that \t we managed to pr^> 'normou?, efl
i ..
r defined whs! It
asked "Even to me it sound- i
rathei mystvra>u and dansy-i-|
.r,r.l velopment of Winston Churchill*
iposiil for a European Aim.
I lave
GLEAMING GLAMOTJK
ut every turn in vour home
. . by tisiiip Juluisuit's II ax
i i.i
i that It i.a<) neve
here expects mm to gD t. &* and Spaak said ihflt It had m
that the mnitan
lal ii
the Asuemblv
"Churchill's motion was not a |

bly it in"

It Is a matte. .'.
to take up," tpaal
Heater .
No mittet when and where you
look in i Johnson'-- Waxed
Home you'll lind ttoon jihI
furniture bright and g.i'.
the -.cuei ^ JohosonS Wag ll
bitnJ of natural uaxa whiih
gives a hard weiring jurlsf
and a long-iiMinp thine. Spills
leave no tragiJum tanuot
to f1--. dry smooth wax
Flla. Uuy Joboion's Wax
DMJ i>.
* Afio uie GtO-COAT
lelf-po/fihm; WAX on your lino.


-
PACK TWO
;!AI(llM.O> \KVOCATF.
\w dni BOAT, u r.rsr m, iMo
What Is She Like At Home? QaJub tfaUbiq
The gay member of the Royal Family takes an increasing
interest in the serious side of life . .
Il V <' ll.n< ! lor
r
f
IN THE HIGHLANDS of her
native Scotland, atth her mother
and father, the world'* n
tan-about and asrin.itn
agcr celebrated hci tweritie'h
birthday
What is Prtncfir Marparef rea' >
Wt#t
With her good lookl high gptrlts,
keen clothes sense and obvious n-
jojmenl of lite, *he is regarded a*
the "Bay" member ol the Royal
family Many reports have tend*
ed to give the impression that frorr
the chrysali* ol childhood has em-
erged a bright hutterflv
This is not fair to Prince** Mar-
garet, and doe* not give a true
picture of her character.
In her position of younger
daughter, with only remote poss-
ibility of ever being called to the
Thradfe, sot- i- I.....nor. i .ii< -h. <
position than her sister. Princess
Elizabeth
But for all her apparent gaiety
Prim r- .1.....
minded as her sister. She has a
shrewd, highly developed intelli-
gence and considerable talent
Few people realise that she is a
brilliant |
Often when ibi is at home in
the evening -which is far more
often than is popular belief she
entertains her mother and father
gftcr dmiu-i with an impromptu
recital.
Her music is extremely versatile.
Chopin is a favourite. Then sud-
denly she will switch to boogie-
woogie.
If she has been to the theatre to
see a musical show she can CMM
home and play numbers from II
b> ear.
She haa a fine collection of
gramophone records.
She often sings to her own ac-
companiment after informal din-
ner parties at Buckingham Palace.
Windsor or Balmoral.
Marquess and
the 27-. t --.!.-
fc-r. hvve been
tegular escorts"
The 1'rlnceaa has
lust left a house
party in Scotland
at which she has
been the guest of
the Earl of Dal-
Ki-itd But at
present there is
no indication that
btJ ehotee will
lie with any of
When Princes-
Margaret is a
guest at a party
he other guests
and friends ad-
her a*
"Ma'am Only
members of her
family and her
most intimate
friends call her
Margaret
No Secretary
In spile of her
increasing part In
public life, she
nan no paWvtan
Het lorrcspond-
is d
i I t
Outdoors, Too
Althougt:
Mjllflllsi Ml
I'lUV ss
Tlili ippUag i pta lajii
> of tin- young men \*.
*'ith the so- ihe Princess on i
In-waiting. Miss
Jennifer MVan
She has OOl)
DM |MTsonal ser-
vant, a lady's
maid
As the Kin*'*
laughter she has
become a leader
of fashion. She is
fond of clothes
lid lakaa a great
interest in them
But she normalh
makes her clothes
last a long time
and wears them
M u;<. \i:i i often
in the Being petite she wlaclv wears
\Zn ['",!\ "'"lle,t usually'a ^.rl
ROIUT CHRIS] IAN] 8 moth-
er celebrated her bir*hday
BAd t<' m.ik o
>n. Robert turned in his beat
performance for the tour when
he made 131 not out in
Innings gajfl
second. In the We*t Indp
This Time lor Two Weeks
AHRIVINc |
morning uy B-WI.A
: l
uiiim Dirtetoi < (.ienada.
Mr d Sou-..
bados in May when he was up
a few days' visit
he plans to be Mfl til
and Is a itticit at the Oca
Hotel
Also arriving on the same plane
ith him were Mrs Ml
nard who is here for iwi
ing at the Marine Hotel She ar-
rived from St Ludg Another
passenger from Grenad.i m Ml -
Pearl de Ja Mot he who is here
for two weeks.
Writing a Book
eavino BARBADOS
.# day momim. i.> li W I A.
>r Puerto Kiio. intrans It
York was Mr Hugh Pophnm H
i xpevts to bt in New York for
brut one month during which
Usm ba iii bm > > 4 '
York pubuabers about a book he,
i writini: Then he plans to go
LW to England to )oir. his wifi
who is holidaying there I
. xprrt to raturn hen i nwngi
Christmas.
After 50 Years-Fire
IN Antigua, ti
was occupied u- the Oloml
'iolel ami rei-i'iitK dssHrOygd bv
i.rc was Antigua's largest building
t was demolished In lU ..mn.*r-
:iry year as It was built In 1800.
cial Hie of London she enjoys out- They are occasionally invited to and ,! hr.^h "- '*"'"> "lit.
door pastimes dine at Buckingham Palace. More She ,,U
ith the usuaHy they are included in the "
When she was staying
all she
('ears earrings.
In the family circle she is known
Duke and Duchess of Beaufort and house party' for Ascot, a week-end tnhSfSSFJnSjK !*a"3
turned out with the Beaufort Hunt x Winds.-. Sandrmgham or Bal- 0'rXlcr wh^lill ^ ^
she showed excellent horseman- moral. .in.?,,., *' lh wh sh*' ,,,,r'
I..,, ivk..... ,..ii ,k t,.____-______- illustrate- some anecdote
nake
nC
1 often
ship Whom will the Princess marrv
Tennis Is another favourite The speculations which go on'i
sport: she does not pretend to be she Is seen out more than one
more than an average player. with uny particular young mat
At home in Buckingham Palace, leave the Princess unmoved,
her main hobbies are rending and The truth is that she will
stamp collecting. up her mind in her own liiru _.
Although Princess Elisabeth is provided the King approves of her
now married with a family, scarce- choice it is obvious she will even-
ly a day goes by when they are tualiy marrv the young man she
both In London when the two do loves
not see each other When one Is
In the country they speak on the The choice of her escorts is left
telephone. Mllfb to her If, gflgf two or
. ._____,, th**' Iin"- "s his guest the prin-
independenl vvtB finds a particular young man
In the last two years a close ob- does not interest her. she will
server will have noticed how gently drop the ac Princess Margaret has taken on
Increasing interest In the serious How does a young man ask
matter of life. Princess Margaret to be his guest?
Siena h. Miliejt daw *- Uhualli. beloiu M would vi |l thii
ons have l>et-n marked by an *ry to ask nar, he hag met her neii noai |
lodapabdence of spirit. enough times to know her private
To-day she accept* a public en- telephone number In most
gagement, because she. wishes to. he
So pressure is brought by her *** wa* a child
parent*. In thai case he simply rings her sellers.
She manages her own affairs UP in ihe same way as most young British sales of the Bur Fisher-
entirely. always referring her de- "'<" '"'K op a girl they would like nan. published last vetir lot .1
cisions once they are made to her "> "* to a party ir the parly is 3"0,000. And The Robe first
mother and father in the same formal he writes his invitation. '
way aa any daughter In a normal Ihe young man does not know
necdote
Princess Margaret's chief dis-
appointment was thai her sister
and Um new baby were not
Scotland to help celebrate
WORLD COPYRIOHT
RESERVED
L E S
He Counts In
Millions
By Jon Hope
:V,-\
HAVE you heard of a n
ailed The Big Fisherman, or _..
Iher. The Robe? I asked ter
questionand nona
ol eithei, or knew
anything of the author, Uoyd
Dcuglas Yel thc*e two books-
he has probably known her since both have Biblical backgrounds-
the llrst flight of l>e*t
urteous household.
Men Friend* *
If she wishes to go to a parly
a theatre she will merely tell her hav
parents she will not be in for din- first
ner and tell them where she is
(olng.
Only if the King and Queen feel Thi
her very well he asks a frle,nd who
Is more closely acquainted to ask
her if she will consent to loin his
narty.
The King and Queen do not
to approve of the invitation
The -Regulars'
Issued seven years ago, more lh
530.000 World sales for both
tome lo three million.
#> Among the unpublished
material left by Lawrenre of
Arabia when ht. die.l in iBja ffsj
h's book, The Mint, around wh<-h
much speculative interest has
centred Now, for the first time.
'X tracts are to be published
Only if the King and Queen feel The Marquess of Blandford heir ,,, re to ."* _"
she Is not caring enough for her of the Duke of Mar borough |S ^,cy "'" ""T" l" ^B~"
heallh, they, like ^ an^ parenU. Tom Egerton. cx-Guards officer ,w0ber-En '
II.B.C. Programme
might suggest she should postpone now turned farmer, the Hon Ptt
some party or engagement Ward, second son of the Earl of
Most of the Princess's return Dudley, Mr Mark Bonham-Carter
hospitality to her friends takes the son of 1-ady Violet Bonham-Car-
form of tea in her own apartments ter, and the Eitrl of Dalkcilh heir
This Is the only meal she often to the Duke of Huecleuch, are the
takes apart from her parents. names with which the Princess has
More formal return invitations most consistently been associated
are dealt with bv the King and romantically
Queen. tea two yam Ihe 24-vear-old
Rupert and the Back-room Boy-38
Sb .
Off To Korea
A MONO
West Indians at the Oval
Is i week wa .> I
form of an Amei
It was Rudolph Di
Guiana born eompc:
duelor Written at
hand side of his t<
words "C S Wsr O
Dunbar. In
Ull

ibar, Hnti i,
er and eon-
oaa the Ufi
lie were the
respondent '
neeted
Old Harrisonian
Am Bar-
bad Spira.
of "Grerr. ma. who


.n.an. left Barbados in 1945 to
Oabla University.
where he obtained his B-So. and
is now a Doctor of Optomeiry
He was last in Barbados three
ve-rs ago on hoUday Currently
rfcini with lane opti-
cal comp.1 ' i ir:l'
hr pliiu* to b* in Barbados for
ontha
he Associated Negi-> Pie
of America, say-
Korea A
rw days later s.ill in unl
;s still waiting to go l '
immediate eau and has parked all I
Ms other clothes so that he
leave as soon is tin vord
through He exp'.cts to be (
way "any minute now" and will I
r.. in hnrca for about six weeks, j
returning in time to carry out his
Ciribbean tour
Back To Africa
IOHENZO WILUAMS of Bar- j
* bados was in the waiting i
mom of the Colonial Office last
week l^irenro who has been
(mm here for 10 years Is *
(| u a I i ti e d Bnrrlslcr-at-Law of
Inn and a graduate of Lon- i
don Universil* During the Second
Wo, Id W*.. he servecT^ Flight
hi the R.A F Tills 2t- I
year-old Barbadian is now look- ;
Ini foi ward to I Government legal
ipf ointment in Nl
GLOBE
TRIUMPHANTLY OPENING FRI. SEPT. 1st
lHI:Jl:lfl:i.1:]lTtm
HMill:IMIHHM!ii!M.).U
Striking, ilortling,
ttogacring imo
lions. Including
lh lOmoillir.
rifle thrill*
v- picluradl

CROSSWORD
m j* | 3 6
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VI
I. ALlvlf. W -
(*. a, *>
tue
Won n Cup
MR. GEOFFREY RAHBaT
who left Barbados on Sat-
uiday by T.C.A and is spending
Trinidad, distinguish!
by winning First Prigc
in thr Diving Competition at th<-
Fata," bald |i the Trim-
i .i Country Club on Sundaj
i prlac was ,i bandsonw Slh/e
i:

Saturday.
. Pul un. in .O) uiiuuuaitK-
. iciiiaixfrhrrK'aJ3y. i nopa. (S,
i.i,.lot*. (Si
i'1-eoliar gaaill) al kid* |9|
A ieai ii*r Hi
Kiuu ul dlac* inn, ii
B H tutor ) MU iMKt j* .
U*IU. l ll
A popu.al tlusier. (0>
remsie* in 0 Uuiu nup* tin-
ifii-ii* wn; appiv to inem t lai
tersd <3i
OuOdlUoa inm tnui tub nuuit
to ins rail It I)
a
lu oe arru .; cricstt or nma oy
ooaco. IB. *l
in* imrl laai Owob Uir m*iu
St .V"
OPENINO, SATI'RDAY. SEITKMBKII 2ND 8.30 P.M.
. NCW W0NMM F0M WWWIR B0S!
.> uupin-t u^t a uUns P< io<
Yuu can i >%*!> Irotn It (Oi
> .llr.k
all 4U*U lui wariuui ia>
Hi.ina ID
u#. ift cofun dii una
lottra -
ioOKf^L^.SlUflRUHlHO
^ T, . irr\ RAY GORDON a
m\ i
S,C*R
AT 31, HE FELT LIU all
OLD MAN
MIKIAN
COOLER'S
AMAZING
AOVENTUM
N THt
UNUSUAL!
GLOBE
Tt>-l.\V AMD TO-nuKKOW. .'..Oil It 8.3 A Suptr Double :
" NOTORIOUS **
Ingrid BERGMAN and Cary CiHANT
And
I
;; WEST OF THE PECOS "
Ruben MITCHUM
Kiddies 2(H) p.m. MAT1NKE TO-MORROW
wisr or the n:< s
Children 12c. Anywhere !
WKDNKSDAV. Al OI'ST SS. ISM
Vulc
TI,.
... AfilcHn i*.Tn
i On Violin, TI'. -i.
I Enaliih Novrl: MO
IUi>riaU; SIS am I'..
S13 .. BIM- W.i.i.
Raptrl (
G,.i 10 in hi. r. i b
peaslMf, is with
mo ih* rapt round >uo o- ihi
btaacrwi la
I | round hit nvct.i'r II
CHECK CP
nUv. il ,n
omrni loi Kupcn ,nd hi
Und il*U. "Tht
a .. I ,>pc,iH." h.
i> ,Ud
NOW
THE 111 ItHK \ M AND RAINY SKASON IS
APPROACHING
r art lull* SHnkrd with - -
Bulls & Mini:.-.
I.oiks
Hasps & Staples
Barrel Bolts
Lamp Chimneys
Burners & Hicks
Call
Latches
Nails
Hammers
Kito Roofimc Compound
Calvd. Buckets
Sisal Rope
at Our Hardware 8t Ironmont'erv Dept.
Telephone No. 2019
REMEMBER:
There is no Parking Problem when you shop with us "
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LIMITED.
t: .,. Ii,
sum ran*
hnlia. BS0 am _
.n Thr M*w.. 11 10 p.m. N*>w> Anal-
I1.I& pm Mimic For Dai.c-lnB, l i.
i M-ii-. I'w Uf Cnrr>, 1 1J p.rn Ka.li.
arasli i jo ... ririii>h spoil. /,
a 10 p in Ham* Nru
llniai
H< i
I n
Sp..r
Wood Pr.
II. M-
lo IN
p m. Mitalc From
. .,.(.. Cabar.i.
"i" I'arad*, l p.m.
00 pm Thr AlN.n
Thr I'lann rot rir*s,,|.
Vai ,.t lh* World: 7*1
Nrw Anal>.i..
Cricket Hrp,.n
m. lo 1.4S pm
v,:..
I Thr Wt-.l lndir..
Ml, 111 pm Man. ITar of Knrr.v
mi nim i ih* c*ld (ream
. HSS i.-.i From Thr FdltnnaU
in Mutir From Gtand Hou-I B 3i>
Land And l.vr.i,, k. 1000 ,. m
MWK 10 10 pm lnlrtlsid*. 10 11
lara'l Howaid. HI i.1 pm Sn-ilnn
1100 |i in from The Third Pro
From c; O Service lo-dav
20/IS'20IA2030 GMT. Normal
(lequem-ieK IIP Hon. C AtOcv,
>n the "trengthening or the urrned
forces repeaietl Wednesday
Thur* 0100 0I1S
DOqaooooooooooo-yv^-*
PAHV
MATINH-: : TO-IHV AT 5.M I'M.
TO NIGHT AND TO-MOKROU SIGHT AT R.30
DF.NNIS MORGAN ELEANOR 1'ARKhl.
DANK i'LAI.K FAYK KMI'ltsnN
i*. THE %'KHY f#lf #.### Of 1 Of
\ Warner Brr I'ldure
PLAX.l ( Hariri: Wed. & Thura. 5 & 8.30 p.m.
Filial IN--T Or" MOW UHAM S SKIIIAI. I I I
"Cl'STtltS LAST STAND"
arHsl it.- 'J-^ir; ki>, mix n.*t,s mwarm
raiD\v sATiaiiAi sindav his r.n.
HAHNER'tl NEW THRU III. I -
"BACKFIRF" "MB Vltainla MAVO Gordon Ma, ItAI
GAIETY (The Garden) ST. JAMLS
TO-HAY AMI in Min:i:im TIII'RSI>AV. 3IST
Melro-Gnldwyn-Mayer proudly I'rr^enU I
________________"NATIONAL VELVET"
COMING FRIDAY. 1ST Sril'TKMBFK
"IMUNCK OF FOXES"
MOVIES AUK BETTER THAN EVER
EMPIRE THEATRE
GALA OPENING SEPT. Ml and CONTINUING
A M!im Picture You'll Never forget
MRS. PARADINE IS ON
TRIAL FOR HER LIFE!
Raa
'ound lh* rem t dy (o raslara
YOUTHFUL VIGOUR
belav
how Kruschen gave him back bta
health afi*r weeks ol pain :
"I '::!' . for weeks from
kidney trouble and felt like aa
old mun although I am only 31.
If I stooped to do anything It
was agony to straighten up
again. Several people advised
nn' to try Krnschen suits aa they
bad found them wonderful. I
triad tlmm und found they gava
me relief from palu, and I fait
better In every way. I shall keep
on with the dally dose because I
can now do mv dav's work and
not fool any the worse for It."
S.V.O.
Unless tha kidneys function
properly, certain acid waataa,
inntead of being expelled, are
allowed to pollute the blood
.tream and produce troulileaoma
omplaintsbackache, rheuma-
tism and exceaslvo fatlgua.
Kruschen Is one of the tineas
diuretics or kidney aporlenta.
The small dally dose keeps tha
kidneys nnl other Internal organs
working- smoothly and nnlurally.
so that the blood stream Is
purlfled aud vigorous health
restored. m.
. .-.'.; V/.VAV/AVA* r*.
EMPIRE
To-day unri To-mr.-row
4.45 and 8.3
Republic Plclurea Presents :
"sAxns aV
IWO .IMA"
Starring :
John WAYNE
John AGAR
Adele MARA
Forrest TUCKER
HOW
To-da> V :.j nd 8.15
To-murrou 4.30 ONLY
?lh Ontury Ko\ l>oubl.
Jp;...!.,- CHAIN
'... i SAM-KiIS
In
THE FAIV"
And
"IWISIBI.E
II All. '
With
Don CASTLE
Virginia CHRISTINE
TO-MOMROW NIGHT
AT 8.30
1'urueiis Aifftil
ROYAL
To-day and I'....... ; ..
IB 8.30
Rrpnbllr (in: Ileublr :
Roy BARCROPT
Jannctt MARTIN
In
-THAtX Tit
M.I 1 111 At"
And
TaTA' Ml'
u i. a in-:"
With
Allan LANE
Lynn ROBERTS
OLYMPIC
To-day and To-im.-row
4 .ii and -I..
Republic Smashing Double :
John WAYNE
Anna LEE
"FLYMMG
1 H.I IIS"
And
-ALIAS BELLY
THE UIH"
With
Sunset CARSON
tSo STUART
KEEP A BOTTLE OT
SACROOL IN YOUR
MEDICINE ChEST.
SACROOL
CONQUERS
PAIN
On Sale al
KNIGHTS DKUG STORKS.
LOUIS JOURDAN
WILL HOPE SHE DIES!
ONE OF THE SEVEN GREAT STARS IN
""PARADINE""
Exlm :"THE SPONGE DIVERS"
Krlras.,1 IhrOBtk llrpublic Tiitures
What
A
Yield!!
THERE IS A REAL
DIFFERENCE WITH
STEELE
BRIGGS
SEEDS
We have a Fresh Stock of
BEET, CUCUMBERS. CARROTS. CABBAGE. 8^ "<
LETTUCE. TOMATO. BUTTER BEANS \Qf per pk.
GARDEN TOOLS
FORKS, SHOVELS, RAKES, WATERING CANS, SHEARS
AT
THE CORNER STORE
w t'-oo*oav/'^vxAv/^v>v'-'.'/'-

i
\wnviM>\y mc. 1st w, nsn
BARBADOS \DVO< Ml
PACK TIUWT
MaorisToMark
Six Centuries
J. C. (.K \IIAMI
AUCKLAND. \Z.
Maori, arc miking big-scaU-
prepaiations for celebrations to
mark trie fluOth anniversary of
their arrival in New Zealand
Though the Maorli had no
written records When white
people ai rived, their tradition*
;md genealogies were handed
down In detffl by word of moutn
careful examination of
trine account.* experts have fixed
1,350 us the approximate date of
the great' ir.jirr.ition Iron, the
noith In N.-v Zealand.
Ev.i. Maori tracer !
back to the canoe in wheh hi-
.u.ived from Polynesia.
The landing placet of the main
canoes art known with falr
curacv anA each canoe gnve birth
to n tribe which preserve* it*
i" 'he present dav
One of 'he binuest celebration
will he held in October at Ngaru-
awahia. headquarter* of the
Maori "Klnn." Konoci M- m
htg paonli BM descended f!
the mlmfnt* who arrive*! in the
canoe Tajnui and a committee
undrr ih4 guidance of the out-
standing Maori woman leader
Frlnrss Te Prna is preparing to
mark the anntverrv
Four Days' Celebration*
rbrMloM will last for
Eon dayi tnd to feed the visitor*
40 tOM of pot .doe- and 10 Inn* of
weet potatoes are being stored.
Sixtii'n sucks of cabbage plant-'
liave been planted out on urn- of
the farms at the "King's" heed-
quarters. Vast quantities of com
are beinp made into Pirau. a
ttm -i Maori delicacy Even
tribe and sub-THbe is fattening
ylgs foi the occasion.
The programme includes "port.*
event-. dl*ttfa>fa of Maori culture
aonj ii.i i w.n rsskwML revivals "f
old traditions, and a churvh ser-
\ lea Maori orators Will recount
the iraditional versions of the
voyasea of the c.inoes in the great
miirr..iion and King Koroki will
present chiefs from other tribes
with -nodel* of their ancestral
canoe* A feature of the celebra-
tions will be a dlsplnv of relic
the original fleet
cr
6AMB0L3
Ba^i
(UK* tc tam aaj f'Ci L"!
OIL FOR
WAR
b. i.mm.i ddbno
U.S. and I
plans r.
aasurini:
f a thi>*
Sriff joints? Aches? Sprains?
Just apply Sloan's Liniment lightly
Curtain Raiser Talks
Due To Start In U.S.
LONDON. Aug 29
Curtain K-lser talks prior to
the coming Big Three Foreign
Minister* Conference will begin
in the United Statea within tho
next few days
Diplomatic official* on Tuesday
reported that two sul> i
certain to BgllfO high on the
Agenda : American, British,
French Muii'tei's will be:
(i West Oormany*! mie in the
Defence Plans of 12 Atlantic Pact
porti
(2) The future status ol
Form Diplomatic chiefs meat
In New York on Sept. 12 In
preparation for this their expert
ill pet '..iv'ther cither
m New York or Washington
within the next few days. Lewis
Douglas, the United States Am-
bassador to Britain will bo dying
to Washington on Wednesday to
attend the Talks. The onUr*
German question of the Cold
War and Korean situation |g ex-
pected to have an important
place In the Bljj Threo TilHu.
-tC.P).
Canadian Gills
Assist Greeks
OTTAWA,
.Main., tin- ,. ..!,., ,,( ,,
nnli b cani
'
UXU Hit- hm :'iova. Canadian
director of the :
' trie
ota igi i.
Dr. Hll bm i bv oed ove--

distributing Ma h
and food to hundred! ol i illegal

of Italian. Q
las.

Notional i .i
di.- .hm
-
-' H rep rtrtah boul ......
' Hour per
person per month, and wherever
possible, shelter, mln eft form
equipment, need) and fertilizers
Dr. Httachtnai an
...isi*t In II tlon b)
distrtbuii-
lief *upplie-: contributed
nadian families to the I
Service Committee
-U Di
Hitschmanova. "'-nme when t
vi- ted thj
in Western Macedonia "
C;in;i(liin l...\ --lies
There we d
iom Canadian la
all expectant mothers <( the vll-
lage and to all li
year of nyo Von i .imini
the thrill i you hand
ovev to 'otnn; motboT, for that
baby which she held in he. arm.
hi iojbj and half natoad; lovolj
Canadinn blue ami pink flannelottc
diapers, b nightgown ami some
wool lie* '
1 llitsch-
mnnovn dlatiibutod woollen blan-
kets, shoes men'i coots, children')
clothing, women''- aroai and lock-
ings. .....
Before 1940 the vfluUe*! 120
families had owned onnn |
M i am i H"11 I
150 horses. The '
back Into the town folio* tl
.. i
win have to denend on tl
mrnl 'e keej% theni alive thirint'
the veinter
' PI
><>tith-\\t'si Africa
Controls Future
EX, SouUtwesi ACrtca
u
13
I
For the lerrttoi.
-; ineii.lwi to Hie parlia-
ment or the UnJoi
' ' rht i\ fauiniiiaiim
\
.'.' u..o ,,.!-.-. .. Aursmi 3o ins
li..uiel M..I-
dar majoiiiv or i\ ,___
Pk i M .i hoi Smuts' Union Par-
" !< .i coinparativelv h
Or .....d noun tl to
i it.i who** 'i amtld '. tofsa -

With no eatta i pwcaekiii, pro*
m iiirticuit Mom
aajrnra agree, botravar, ihat ihd
2.000 Oermanq in the former Ger-
man colony are likely to decide
the lue They hold the balance
of power. Again, it Is impossible
tc predict how Ihey will VOta
Ornuinv Outnumbered
Tin1 Germans are now outnum-
bered four to one by the Afri-
kaansspeaking population Tin
language of the territory is pre-
dotnlnantly Afrlkaani
The HOU.00O Africans who In-
habit tho territory have no vote.
The Native Affairs Admlnl 'i
flOO h n the lines of that of Qto
I'liion. astflOBl in tho itorusoro
Ihfl Kaokt.v.'l'l o\.ni
boland and the Okovan^o. haaaj
I ikstan. of lodfraet eoN is hi
operation similar to that obtain-
SCOTS GIFT
GI-ASGOW. Scotland
The Scottish north country hvaai>
BOBfabji recently advertised a free,
one-way passage from Glasgow
to Canada. The catch: The suc-
cessful applicant must be "able
and willing to look after 34 north
country Cheviot sheep en route
from Glasgow to Quebec.
(C.P).
EDINBURGHS
FOR MALTA?
LONDON
Friend* oi "
say that sbj I U Duka ol
Edinburgh will vtatl Malta again
iiber.
The DuJtC i-
mand of the frlfjato Magpie li
his new rank of lieiiteniiiit-eoni-
mander at the end of August,
and will h> away for a long
stretch without home ! | I
The Princess reportedly feels
that she would have almost three
tnonthl With tho new baby Prin-
cess and then could leave her
v to the care of Nurse
Helen Rowe and Princo Charlie's
"Nanny". MIm Helen I-ightfoot.
_ Thi V\ rallirr
TODAY
sun rHes: > >! a m
B9JI oels: 6.11 p.m.
Moon iL.i.i duiii.' Sep-
lember 4
Lighllni: 7.M p.m.
YE8TKRDAY
i: inii-iM (Codrlngten) Nil.
Int.il for month to y ester-
da>: 8.13 ins.
rrmperature (Max.) R1.a-F.
IVmperature (Mln.) Tt.ft.
Wind Direction ( i m I E
(3pm) N W
Wind velorlly: 4 miles per
hour.
Harnmeter (9 a.m.) :!9.B5t:
(3 p.m. ) 29.880
tug in Bcchuanalond -.)id other
British protectorates In Southern
Tho elections for the Southwest
Africa legislative assembly are
not of purely local interest Their
results are as vital to the Union
as are the results .of the election
of members to the Union House
uf Assembly because their re-
sults will determine whether the
United Party or tho
Nationalist (Malan) party will
elect one or both of the elected
senators, and ft Is in the senate
where the Mnlan government's
iced for trengthenulB Is the
graataf.
4.'in. Press,
Roapureh
Institute
Founded

thf eatvetatone to
r Social and I
i-sily Coi-
letco * the (Vast 1

1 \ Ph.D., representing

uacil and head f tho
i i......ant of
.
"I.hip the Bishop of
Joinaka, iiw ri r^v m,
lague Dale. atVO the
and .imone thaaa pfaaanl tt u.
eotamony wen- Mr P
lock. Vlce-Princi|*l or the Uni-
vonftj College. Dr. If. I) Hug*
ftn (in-ctor of th.- Institute, and
Mr. Hugh Springer. Rer
Bpaaklntj ai the ettafnonj i>i
Hui-cinv said that although the
hafsaquaitarg uf tho taal I
in .lain. i. i
landed to !" Quito
liaad Already there was a mem-
ber of the taff prepaniiK no-
ttonul Ifscorne estimates in the
Leeward and Windward utffOBCfc)
and Barbados. Another an
1 li' mil prodll ., tt \ hi
tad ..oother waa aarry-
i Held study In rrhrida
ck la BbOW i I..
tori* ,n British Giiimiri
mm. i ^ ]
irfall the atono Dr. Rend
m liner apiach oboorvod thai
LI* t'liiversity College had fallen
Into the pattern set in the <>lo-
inal Empire She pointed out
that there was now an Institute
In East Africa, one in the 'iuk.ii:
Id West Africa and more likeU
to follow. This particular insti-
tute of the University College
Waa, howovei. the firrt of its
kind to be established in the
Colonial Empire She hoped the
Institute would bring good re-
utf to too Caribbean area and
o the University College
<:2.7(MMMM>
For Jamaica
Bauxite
j.
('..niv.:.
(NO Usrfofygu,1hof
BEAUTY PREPARATIONS ARE USED BY
ALL WOMEN THROUGHOUT
THE WORLD!
i.f.t **fO.V##*V"" uaatr >'.
COLD & VANISHING CREAMS-
FACE & TALCUM POWDERS-
LIPSTICKS HAND LOTION-
SKIN FRESHENER ETC., ETC.
ARE STOCKED BV Ml III :\l l.l!>.
Wool Prices
Soar In
Australia
SYDNEY. Aug. 28.
Australian wool traders tubbed
their eyes In amazement to dav
when prices rocketed at. much as
40 to SO per cent at the new
jeaaon'a opening sal here.
About 12.000 bales changed
hands for 1,120,000 Buj
resenting wool Hungry, Britain
pnd the continental countries, bid
freely from the stort of to-day's
MX Hot
Brokers said thru the wool
>old Tor Ms 5d In the last i
v ould have made well over 18s. 4d
K day
The best New South Wales wools
pre generally marked In Novendwf
>"d December It Wt
la'l antn as a buyer
stimulated compotlUHl Init a rep-,
u-seiuiilive of the Htm Whkch
buys for Russia on a commission
basts dcnie(* Ihli
states did not
b "ic dan lad tnli
Joint Organisation H ckpHof
had dwindled to kM than 500,000
bale*
Aaanta ^ald that if to-day's
prices arc maintained that the
wool OhaOUO for 1930-51 will be
about i320.000.000 compared to
; rtiiU.UWP f hist year
Reulci
i Jamaica is n
' < KM fOUf-
. "Old ......o
the first i
ind .lumoHoi. in;. osfsaskUnna in-
dm :i. ii ibe iirni-n Vn
.i was gagaoau i I %
[or plan: aquhjH
tsMa ,* ill he
dciailod1
. la
oard .mi ,(.o-t'u. hm i ii begin
.....
tnflBMi ,-,ii permit

i
n.i'i li.VooOoii T)w Economir
i di Uort tdmti Irauon of
tho I' S Government I ,
M0 reemofit with ihe com*
pahj .'.:.. t ,m|, !, 00 U.S
douai ad tl 900,000 la Anaa i
in large part. ih
in alumina plant in .
Sotno month- ajjo tiu Uhnlna
" i Imllai
Jamau
mlted and thl compan
i work .ii ihi coiurbrui
/.in Hauxih
a i mad Ian Metal I i
A Prince
./ Work
NF.W YORK
"in i in thai part of New
for* irmonl dTa-
ihal
i -m.
Tba .a thought that Bo
ways i lilted Itty ra* just inoth-
Mt
'in .- em
small factoi i vvnrki'ii.
n.-ide .I aRnouneomei Rao raal
Ezcwunw.i s
Ogoarr/aiKl he li hen
--^w. rr wi.^a ... jo I*. * iq
Ul polll
000 Nlgeri M
' ,-....
wuiiw.. explained why he did It
Said he: "I wantad to learn what
It was like to do oonunoo liHnji
Rulort donl realise how much the
common man works. There would
be fewer riots and Fowot latolu-
iion- if thow.' in power understood
and felt the sympathy that one Is
Mtt to have if ona arorki oneself
Woik is i
Thanks to an ex-G I 'I food
memory. Americans are no longer
* ii-ini: gboul - piitnie they saW
In their newspapers tin- o i
Iteleased hv the Communists in
Korea, it purported to show col-
on .- of American priaoners-of-
t*ar being led t.. campi hchmd the
But today ex-Sergeant Uoyrt
N rbt . ol i, Pa: produced
'ire which he hurt
kepi alnei 104* It v nemi
Nam y in France and the prison-
i ! liberated people whom
lh- Red Cross had fitted out with
G I IBUfoi
MOVIES IN SHETLAN0S
i;wk K Shetland laloj
The movies have rearhiil Yell
*
points in the United Kingdom.
T ie islands, at the top of the
m have .i population of
iMarly 4...... (C t" I
I -hen of
V iniigton !
ol trie State,
ind Cosrsasorte
lenis.
of the group In-
tarksa K
lama of the
Baokati
ittaci.
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Hack To Ethiopia *
BOUUH R i
ipta .. n lie eon* S
to miles
rard in a time math.....
The di oi Harrj
I Jasstas cation in i
visiting at I olora
t ...... m......mo
0l the world's moat
...... I'*'li> in in i
ttanc
Mr. Factory Manager
hflt tin ni'.i.i-
WITH Yn-.IR IMPAIR t'ROBl.r.MH
npplV the lowing rx STOCK
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, fe Bfiitht Utecl
pr.*PfNO fPlnmoirr Block)
BOI.T T/PM a niM -
In *ts from '* to ",
a^bi:.itoh r.cPE. t a r : aad
rTBR3. etc.
PtKK C*LAY. BArrT.K BRICKS. |C.
Whm tl.llti* IHOS I Ol \iutt t or
IIEAngtt \kti:vs in,! AU. TACTOItT AHXt PI.ANTATIOM j.
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I'lss in fMkOn
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and
BAB1 Itl \M
writ Air Lean - -
It ll\BO\l IIIIVMI'S

AI the i -niy five \"
,iei eenl "f the pee S
,in genl i-r ifM
r. although Uv
I neu. uaimt en pet cenf "i ku
natlonol experHlirure for educa-
tion,
d that
l.ll'l .IIVI
the hem i in the
'
i-a has only one te\n>onk f<>
. ;.eh desk.
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GENEROIS
LONDON
oabbk
i man ..
John Davis,
.. two Am
Waterloo Shit i'
imai train.
VTban i. i ne loiiini
.i handbag on the scat. Davis
pUka i hll cab. took t :
Southampton, got aboard the
) andbral to Mrs. Rach.>i v,
Wn%hlnK''ii l i
Said Davis-
'She lef'in le.i

I s I
ftcarfn's Crowded
The I*
rdjny

'
The bench I I Shot
,
i.i
I.-Uic
liar* You lhu>fht %
\
nt 1-ftiiiifi a
BREAKFAST
CARRIER?
WT. rlAVI JUST HKcHIVKD SOMK
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n\RB.\I><>- ADVOCATE
HI DNESDAY, AUGUST M. 1K0
BAKBAI)0S5*A1)\(M^H:
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Wrdnrdii\. \uruM M, MM
OILS AMI IAIN
THE Fourth Oils and Fats Conference
opened yesterday at H:i>tin^s House under
the Chairmanship of Sir George Sfeel. It
is a working conferentr convened to fix the
price of copra in accordance with an a;ree
ment made in 11*47. Al the second mit'ting
of the conference in 1M7 it was agreed that
the price of copra would be the subject of
revision during the fourth and fifth years
of the agreement. That is why the fourth
meeting has been convened.
The Oils and Fats Conference shows
what can be done by co-operation InlWMll
governments and individuals. It was
begun as a wartime measure but it hns
been carried on into peacetime with equal
advantages to all tho:. who took part
Agreement at meetings of the conference
has lessened West Indian dependence on
imports! vegetable fats and has savi'd us
from severe conseuuenees winch hsive
resulted elsewhere Irom world sliotages
of fats and oils. It has therefore brought
the West Indies one stage further towards
a self-sufficient economy.
The control of production and distribu-
tion of these commodities by agreement
has removed the cut throat competition
between various West Indian islands and
has strengthened the economy of the area.
The conference is composed of representa-
tives of producers, manufacturers and con
sumcrs. The interests of the area as a
whole is therefore adequately represented.
At a time when the price 'if copra out-
side lite area has risen, it is a triumph for
the principle of co-operation in the British
Caribbean that producers and consumers
and manufacturers of vegetable oils and
fats should discuss together and agree on
a fixed price for the primary product
necessary to the making of vegetable oils
M fats.
If the producers were to sell copra to
the highest bidder outside the area, the
manufacturer locally of oils and fats would
be dependent on outside supplies or would
be forced to pay such a high price for
copra that he could not economically sell
to the consumer.
Such a policy on the part of the pro-
ducer would lead ultimately to the growth
of other copra producers in many parts of
me world i,,,'i eventually the price of copra
would be forced down.
It is precisely by sacrificing snort term
interests for the long term view of Carib-
bean self-sufficiency that the members of
the Oils and Fats Conference have given
a shining example to the area. The pro-
duction of vegetable oils and fats locally
is an instance of yet another secondary
industry.
The meeting at regular periods to fix
prices is an instance of co-operation u: the
interests of the area as a whole.
Undoubtedly, there must be differences
of opinion amongst members and the inter-
ests of producers and consumers will
always provide sources of conflict; but then?
Is no reason to suppose that the present
meeting will not again conduct its business
with that efficiency and despatch which has
earned it the reputation of the Working
Conference.
Y. M. C. A.
THE Annual General Meeting of the
Y.M.C.A which will be held on Friday eve-
ning will be important for two reasons.
ft is the first time that His Excellency the
Governor Mr. A. W. L. Savagt will attend
as Patron of the "Y" and at that meeting
the report of the Committee on the taking
over of Union Ixxlge to extend the activities
of the Association will be presented.
The service which the "Y" has rendered
and that which it now hopes to render la
the youth of the community should com-
mend it to the favour of the general pub-
lic. Its members can strengthen that by
giving the utmost support and encouraging
outsiders to do so.
TelepathyAn Ex*iling
New Claim Is Tested
EXITING new experiments on
iong-tllstancc thuufthl-rviidinK.
fetch MiiKhi Miabla ecret ftfiiiu
io uw telepathy fur scndinx aim
receiving BMMagi HI Mag
made by a London scientist.
Government security official* are
.ictively interested In the project,
since it niters a possible method of
-ending mkiuIs which could not
1 i-pted.
Details of the experiment* were
disclosed for the first time last
light when I took part In a test
I this new system, which iBVOltai
he use of an inRenious electrical
n.K-lllllr
From a room in the Fleet-street
iffice of the Dolly Express I at-
empted to transmit signals from
ny brain to a woman connected
o the machine in a laboratory at
Slrentham. seven miles away.
tilt, Hi. John llettinger. nervous aensatior
vho is qualified both as pay- picked up hy the
hologist and a radio-engineer, consciously or u
tased this experiment on a strange The "MMtVM
Ending he made while carrylngN-hinc shown in :he pli-tnn .ibovc cent hit:
tut telepathy tests, in which one with wires lix d to two (infers, corded
treat) tried to transmit pictures The wires are.
0 another electric batter
He noticed that if the "sender"
m*-i irii-i-d a sudden pain during
M nparlmsat or was startled by
noise, the "receiver" often
evmed to sense the Interruption
, which might be stimulations cmcided almost ex-
nv.iver," either actly in time "ilh the receiva
oi.M'loUSly. icon i .., (hi' rh.il!
sits, by the ma- This figure of roughly 40 per-
ut the average re-
I.-sts by Di
.-aims thai
| lain ad bj
Ki.i
Thr -FKe TiiaV
iple, when
nected to a weak Hctiinger II
but normally the too tush to b<
resistance of the skin prevents the dtM
current passing through
Th. fleahd Tie Th '* "
HettiiiKcr i now trying to im-
As soon as tba receiver" expc- prov,- this Igura by umiik an auto-
riences any nervous stimulation mu\u- menTna to administer the
however, extra sweat is automaU- pain to ih. It will give
man rally set free -n the fingers. This slighl i-l.-ttrn U<>cks and record
vaa "transmitting" from a dis- acts aa a conductor. So the cur- the times 00 t chart
uwe of eight miles she heard rent surges through to the machine similar to the one used In the ro-
ume tins fall over outside the which records Has avani on a cciviug machine
oom. At precisely the same mo- chart. if th,,, xperiment n.ceeds, it
lent the "receiver", a specially At six o clock lust uiglil the ma- tAy provide .< direct method of
nsltive woman called Miss Flee- chine in the Streatham laboratory vending coded message*. A code
"ee FalUws, said "Five Una." was attached to the lingers of Miss -..ul.i .:. a < irked out in
ater when another "sender" ac- Fallows. 1 sat < mctly In a top-floor which differ* tit combinaUons of
identally ricked his neck during room in the Dally Express build- electric shock., .paced at various
i experiment. Miss Fallows, ing. The only material contact intervals of time, would represent
ho again was miles away, between Miss fallows and myself different word*
imediately shouted, "My neck as a sealed envelop containing For example, two nervous lm-
urts." a tie of mine, which she touched pulse* sent mil with a three-
These accidental transmissions throughout the experiment. minute Interval could stand for
painful experiences often hap- Seven time- during the next the word "Moiday" in the code-
n during telepathy experiments, hour I was lUrtled by sudden book; throe impulse* with a two-
ettinger claims. And his obser- bangs made deliberately by a col- minute time-space oetween each
lUons link up with thousands of league, who recorded the time of COuld lay" and so on.
>ses in which people claim to each noise wit), a stop-watch. And I doubt wln'hti such a method
ive sensed that something was al seven other carefully limed mo- of signallln | proved
rang with a dose relative who merits I gave my nervous system to work .it all could ever bf made
.as far away at the time a slight shock by pinching my arm reliable And llettinger agrees
Hetllnger therefore decided to hard with DM
ee what would happen during Throughout this hour the times But these highly ingenious ex-
(.ntrolled experiments, in which and strength vt all sensations ex- peri ments are the nearest ap-
he "senders" were deliberately perienccd by the "receiver" ~
thocked by pain or noise recorded on th? machine.
First he designed an electrical When lMtii.;cr and 1 compared thoughts ar
machine to record and time all notes nfU-rwarls, six out of my 14
CUTS IN THE
VIRGINS
iHllh aeknowledcmeatH lo Use ChrlM.ii
Science MsnIU.-, Jul> 31. 1350)
ST THOMAS. Virgin Islam s
"Serious* reductions in >tafl have been ordered
by the new governor of this UniU-d States depend-
ontv to balance the budget.
The new governor is Mi.mi S djg Castro, the
irst Islander to be appointed lo Hot office His
lent actions dispel any Uncaring dOUbt WhattaM
he would be independent of his fell- .. blander*. DO
he municipal councils, which i|ve the ivlunds a
arge measure of self-government.
In a frank exchange of letters recently, the go\ -
rnor denied council charges that he had usurped
legislative functions He cited legislation approv-
hg personnel rules under which "a department
head may lay off an employee of the classified
iervicc when he deems It neccssarv by reuson Of
hortages of work or funds "
proach yet made towards discover-
method of transmitting
L E S
Tli7 I sroi 11 cl Mv I | To
The Murmuring I onl i^i*. .
Ht KIWI III MA4AI I AV
RUSSIAN BORDER. Azerbaijan.
The Jeep pitches and slides over the loo:c dirt road :>t 0
miles an hour as we race (or the Pass of the Assassin.-
Fifteen miles beyond is the dun. heat-fired village of Julf.i,
alarm point on the mountain border between Persia and
Russia.
The road has cecn clocrd
for four yean *. has been
kvcurily-barred >nl gu^iiUil
since the day. a bare month
-panit '"lied
A/.r.....,...i
The 50(1 population of
Julia Itself were evacuated
the pracarloui afafev of
the foothills at the noolii of
he pass bul back in Tabriz.
15 miles away, ttMN *H
panle.
There was a stampede to
IhO hank to open credits in
Britain or the United States
The big merchants and the
silversmiths prepared to
leave.
I tig American ears that
mild make the punishing 11-
hour ride to Teheran were
refugee prices." Gold could not be
bought for .....DOJ
Then the ostentatious manoeuvres,
of Russian trnup trains which were
visible from Ihe Persian border stop-
ped. And the panic subsided with a
nigh.
IttH the security grip on the road
from Teheran In the border was not
relaxed
lly the personal intervention of
I'linie Minister Rasmasa, I was given
a pass to the alarm point. To conduct
me on the trip, Ueut-Colonel
Gorgeen Soussanbarl. in charge of
nllltnry security at Julfn, was re-
plied from leave
THE PASS
and THE FRONTIER
old foi
\-i'tcsi>.: '
hiaM-*" TTVT*n
tail, we were stopped again
Here, even Colonel Soussan-
barl's authority in these bordtT
Big American cars that could lands could not save a long deluy.
make the punishing 11-hour ride The major at the post checked,
to Teheran were sold for "refugee re-checked, and counter-checked
orices." Gold could not he bought every word on the pass. The sentrv
for money. stared politely at the wall news-
Then the ostentatious man- P*Pr not to embarrass us.
oeuvres of Russian troop trains Around the command post in
which were visible from the the hills were the silent battenet*,
Persian border stopped And the the machine-gun nests, and the
panic subsided with a sigh. mortar .emplacements Only >
But the security grip on the telephone line whose business
i from Teheran to the border seemed to be only with infinity
us not relaxed
lly tho personal intervention of
Prime- Minister Rasmasa, I was
Uiven a p.i-s tn the alarm point.
To conduct me on the trip,
Lieut-Colonel Gorgeen Soussan-
barL IB charge of military securdy
at Julfa, was recalled from leave Minister Rasmasa was lo have hir.
At two mlltary postsone is way. and we were allowed to pats.
illed Churchillon the road to Ahead, in the purple haze of
the Pass of the Assassins, my per- noon, was the Russian Caucasus
mil was checked Then, as wo The railway the Russians huilt
streaked Into the pass itself like 40 years ago took u> own W*y,
a khaki rocket with a white dust while the road swept round in '..
or a goal track wandarfalfl
lessly off. indicated that here the
Persian armies would make theii
first stand.
i m:asi ...
IT seemed at length thai Prime
grand dicta t. enter the maatara-
point village of Julfa. There are
otbai ivisian villages, whose un-
ease is their lot atlon on thp border
'i J:ii ...
But there h none so uneasy n
Julfa. For >n through thl
village, could come the blow to
the heart.
On the ouUKirls are abandoned
and neravhu buildings. O
Julfn had two or three times .Is
present population, and train
went through at the wave of i
M.....1 it the point of i
pistol Today the population is the
military and those woo erv<
khan The enly imwarlike excite-
ment is the arrival of a train twice
I week
Occasionally a Russl i-i loco-
motive chuffs across the hr:dg<- to
dJO a little ghUBtUlg fin Mi IVi
sians. This is not mcrj neigh-
bour! iness.
only export to Azer-
baltan i- cement (not vary g the Penions sayIt cracks' And
the rcmer.i trucks must be go
back across the border
mi Tin ...
TO AVOID chance irritation u
annoyanoa to the Rugatan : m
not allowed to approach th
bridge -panning the na'unil bor-
derline formed by Ihe Uiv
ArtKta Hut from the covw < Um
rmflwa] atathtn l paarcd with field
glasses through ;ne Iron i.'uilai
This Was fair eliougn. for on
the Russian side there u u 50ft-
high steel observation post whUh
commands a view of Julfi an.
all its doings.
On the Persian sid>> of th
bridge with its whIU' marker
posts, a sentry walked up and
down On the Russian BUta, three
soldiers lounged In the UWde Of |
tin roof.
The rest of Julfa lay flat ..n its
back in the shade.
Away on the slopes of g hill |
part* of Russians seemed to b
Ucuni B bull about N-. thaH mill
signalled the passage of any mlli-
!;>. nioveniiMt.
Qiintly Bowed th-.- Arexes I
put away Ihe field glasses.
IN the Persian command pojt
then- was cold bortscli from
Button
rafrlgemt
.-. and melon
Over the Persian vodki cue of
my hosts said -We have a mot
that o good neighbour i.i better
than a brother. It is a pity iha
here wr da not even hnvi
brothers."
1. E S.
VwflwMt Aitl- I o lli.s.u
Mr. de Castro, who was born in Panama <>l
Virgin Island parents, and who has lived here sinn
') was four years of .<. had become the most
perienced career administrator here He was
:he secretary and right-hand man of Governor
William Mastic The latter resigned last year to
'ecome a United States Circuit Court Judge h
[hlladelphia
Judge llastte. who had served earlier as a federal
judge in these islands and had married into a lead-
ing family, was the first Negro governor of this
predominantly Negro dependency, which belonged
to Denmark until 1917
President Truman had appointed both governors
not only on their merits, but also on their accepti-
billty to a colony desiring more self-government.
At the time of the latest appointment, there had
been somaconcern lest the dc Castro administration
prove more friendly to the Islanders than to the
tainlanders, who traditionally meet the depend-
ency's deficits
i ..llli.il >...- I iO-.l
Assurances of Mr. de Castro's friends that h?
would prove strong bul friendly are regarded :>
irne out In his recent note to the Council of th
Municipality of St Thomas and St. John, one of th
two administrative units of Ihe dependency.
Governing a population of 14.556, the more im
portant of the councils was told that the 1951 "bud-
get of Sl.220,000 is beyond the municipality's finan-
lal ability, so that obligations under it must be
reduced administratively, which I shall have
compllsh by executive directive."
He listed personnel cuts to save more than (50.000
year. Spread over more than a dozen depart-
ments, the cuts range from $15,000 In salaries in
he Public Works Department to $600 In the Division
of Personnel
So "serious" did he class his firings that he de-
tailed reasons. He found that the council's budget.
Inch he was letting become law on July 30 with-
out his signature, had "appropriations In excess of
$56,000 of a fair and conservative estimate of reve-
ues."
Revenue estimates, he stressed, "are inflated".
Seeing no olher way to turn except to payroll, he
said: "Tragically, reduction of expenses means re-
duction of personnel, since 64 per cent of our budget
i expended for salaries."
Recalling how Congress traditionally meets the
Islands' deficits, he said: "Congress definitely will
not continue to pay n progressively mounting deficit
caused by our progressively mounting governmental
structure."
A frequent visitor to Washington, he reported "no
sympathy from the national government if we con-
tinue to operate beyond our ability to pay."
Revenues for 1951 as seen from Government
House and not from the Council chamber, are:
$279,200 from the United States for administrative
expenses: $639,000 from existing tax sources; and
$46,000 from ni
Tux Sourreaj l.isicil
Present lax sources include $350,000 from income
lax, $233,0011 from trade taxes. $85,000 from rcul
property taxes and a dozen other minor levies.
527,000 in gasoline taxes, and $7,000 in contributions
from the official lottery.
New sources include $28,000 to be added lo th
$22,000 now collected on cigarettes. $9,000 In busi-
ness license fees. $3,000 in corporation license fees.
and $6,000 from automobile license fees.
If his revenue estimates prove "wrong." the gov-
ernor said that any additional Income should be
I-..I.I. i,..: in salaries, |,t m this .vay; $86,000 to
liquidate deficits In the past three years, liquidation
of such debts as $25,000 for extension of sewer and
salt-water Hushing lines; $8,000 advanced to the
Tourist Development Board; and $5,000 for pur-
chase of a school bus.
New Public Work*
Also, he stressed any surplus should go into a re-
serve for operating $10,000,000 In new public works
projects under wg] ,
n> no means did the governor see that his present
actions would maintain a balanced budget. He
foreaaVH further cuts "to avoid a complete collapse
of our municipal finances."
Also, he warned that further cuts would be ne-
cessary unless "Congress gives us the internal Reve-
nue taxes, the prospects for which are now more
dismal than ever"
He referred to unsuccessful efforts to gel Wash-
ington to assign ull revenue taxes [rum rum pro-
duction to the account of the Island's administra-
tion. This would be in addition to the amount
Congress now pays for administrative expense
NOTICE
Will our Customers please nole lhat from FRIDAY. 1st
SEPTEMBER, 1950. our LUMBER YARD ONLY will be closed
for breakfast from 11 to 12 noon dolly with the exception of
SATURDAYS when ALL DEPARTMENTS will open from
8 am. to NOON. Our hours of business will therefore be
as follows :
MONDAY TO FRIDAY
LUMBER YARD Bam. to II am 12 to 4 pm.
HARDWARE & OFFICE 8 am to 4 pm
SATURDAYS
ALL DEPARTMENTS 8 n m. lo noon.
Our Hettdertu Say :
Road GvaVV
To the Editor. The Advocate
SIR,In view of the rising score
of accidents and the accompany-
ing Police action to reduce them.
may I offer what I hope may prove
to be a few constructive criticisms
I write as one having 22 years
experience .i> a driver, and having
never ln-en convicted of a road
offence, I have no desire to ven*
my spleen on anyone, but am Irv-
ing to bring a balanced outlook to
bear on the problem as I see it
It Is my considered opinion that
the major it.. -r i
far more due to one of the follow-
ing: Criminal negligence, rccklesa-
ness, carelessnessi and bad road
minnrr*. than to the i
Rowing speed
limits. I believe thai this state-
ment would be gmwrallv accepted
by almost everyone including the
How besl to control Ihl: natural-
ly arises. The Police at present
teem to be concentrating on en-
forcing the speed limits, not that
I object lo speed limits, but the
question arises as to whether these
limits are Just and equitable,
everything licing taken into con-
sideration
Consider for Instance the limit
:>f 20 m p.h. In the rlty .and I am
not thinking of llmnd Slice'.
Tudor Street. Swan Street, etc the
really congested areas MW i hTanv
.f MOM It) sets it> own ; ,. ami
movement according to its density,
but I refer to Bay Street, Consti-
tution Road. White Park, and the
outer environs of the city limits
Mere Ihe average IMM >' all
motor Irafhi is actually (limit or
no limit) in the region of 20 to 27
miles per hour, and this is the ac-
cepted and I may even say estab-
lished rate of traffic flow, not
imposed bv any modern Jehu, but
[nurd bv practice and usage to be
Ihe speed most conducive to a rea-
sonable rate of travel, without un-
due risk of loss of control, and al
'ime affording moderate
onditmns for the quick stop In
cases of emergency And it Is just
alone these routes, that PsUt'
raps are mostly set. So thit when
ior.e unfortunate Is lined H or
10 "for driving in excess of 20
m.p.h. to wit 25 m.p.h.". he Is Just
one of Ihe nine in ten who has
(ravelled thai same road nt the
same rate or c*er.
The exlsltlng limits were quite
,n,1ord*'r for the days of the Model
"T' Ford, but Improvement in
raking and car design on the
whole, has appreciably raised the
speed at which good control is
ensured so that it Is much safer
to drive by the Esplanade at 31
m.p.h now than it wan at 20
mj>.h In the old "Brass Bonnet"
days, so that far from pro'Tutinj:
motorists for exceeding a speed
limit that i- Impractleabla and
out of date, the common tenso
thing to do would be It
to a figure in keeping with present
day conditions, alwayi I
mind that a speco limit implies
the maximum and not the aver-
age speed
Then the "Trail
concentrate on dangerous and
reckless drivers, and iny own
'pinion is, ihnt every drh-T
brought lo justice for driving n
i- manner, dangerous to the pi
llQ, or -iinilar charge, is worn
I fly or more exceeding the si- d
limit within reason. In so far n
t educing accidents are conceriv j.
VlnioSL il.nU
i cts of the most gross uneoW -
ncss. recklessness on the part >(
drivers who seem to enjoy Ii -
r.unity from Police as long s
fiey keep within Ihe speed unit*,
Therw Is n not her ;.spcct <4
"3pad Traps" which 1 am sui-
priscri has not been agitated
.-gainst I refer lo the present
iroccdurc. One of the foremost
tenents of British Law is, thM
'Justice must not only be don-,
t'Ut must also appear to be done "
L'nder preser.t an mgcmentS. Mr.
A" .nines a! his office havii g
driven by car During the day a
i oliceman arrives and tells h.-n
that he is reported for ej
Ihe speed limit along Bay Street
The unfortunate Individual i>. ti
the poatUoc of being
offer any defence oven If he s
really Innocent, as he would >.o
HideeJ far above the ,'ormal if he
could be sure of his rate of travel
al all points from Hastings to the
clly.
There is also grave danger or
exposing ihe Police, (who after
all. are only human) lo temptation
or a most demoralizing nature.
A* regards the accuracy of the
stop watch method used, the hu-
man element plays so great a part
that It Is surprising 'hat the Magis-
trates place mllkicnl confidence.
In it. as lo convict for speed under
40 m.p.h.
He thai as if may I strongly
contend that in the interest of
Justice, a third police should be
olaced immediately after Ihe trap,
and detail all suspected
motorists until the check Is made.
0 that if he oi she be charged.
they would at least be in a posi-
tion t" know with some degree
of certainly, whether or not he
h* exceeded the limit
It Is also very essential that a
rode of Regulations for pedes-
trians be enacted and inforced,
as the Incidence of comributarv
negligence on their part Is ex-
ceedingly high.
The key to safety on the roads,
lies in inducing all users of the
road lo co-operate for the benefit
of all, and the Police could bo far
more usefully and effectively util-
ized In stamping out recklessness
and carelessness, on the part of
bolh drivers and pedestrians than
hiding in hedges and gutters to
enforce a speed limit which Is out
of date.
FIGARO
Cricket Holiday
To The Editor, The Advocate
SIRAs a dally user of your
news and an ardent supporter of
W.l. cricket, may I be permitted
space to make a suggestion on be-
half of our victory over the M.C.C.
In this present lour. I have noticed
that St. Lucia, and Dominica have
shown appreciation of the victory
by giving the public a Bank Holi-
day. What about Barbados, with
her six on the learn I hope on the
arrival of the boys, the public will
be en fde.
O HIGGINSON
Oall Kill, St. John.
August 23, 1950
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BEANS
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BARLEY SUGAR
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Fruit in //n
PEARS
PEACHES
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PRUNES
QUAVAS
APRICOTS
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KIDNEY 54c. per tr>
MINCED STEAK 54c per It
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PACE FIVE
House Amends
Jurors Act j
A B.l.L to amend Ihe Ann Acl ami 10 mi uul the-
qualitication iur Jurors wa paned b) tha Houm ot Amm
bly at their meeting yesterday.
Mr. Cl. H. Adams took charge ot the Bui. the ObMeta
and Reasons of which slated that the qualifications tor a
special juror are set out in section 2 of the Representation
oi the People Act, 1901 and the qualifications for a juror
are set uul in section 3 of that Acl. With the passing ot
the Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill into
law those provisions will be repealed and it is now con-
sidered advisable that the qualifications lot llllj wit!
should no longer be dependent on the qualifications set
out in the Repi esentation of the People Act. Clause 2 of
this Bill reproduces as nearly as possible the relevant pro-
visions of the Jurors Act. 1891. and the Representation of
the People Act. 1901, as they were prior to the passing of
the Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill.
Mr K I) Mottiey IE) sujjisl-
ed that .1 m appropriate ,,
that lime to make an amendment
u clauM. 2 of the Bill by the
IcktiiHi i.f Ut- word "mal".
House Of Assembly Approves
Reorganisation Of Civil Service
Tinned Goods
Released
For Export
A NOTICE published at thu
^k. office if the Controller of
Food Suppiu-r and Price* thi*
month stated lhat the Ministry of
Food has informed exporters in
the U.K. that it is prepared to
irlease for export a certain quan-
tity of potted meat and pole dc
roie of South American origin.
These product* are in good
condition
The notice also staled that
licences will be freely granted lo
local importers who wish to im-
port these products. Importation
of these product* will not bo
counted in normal meat alloca-
AttELL AT WAKEF1KLD. St
John, which is situated near
the road, is gradually caving in
and might be dangerous to the
public. This well is not covered
and small children plsptnJ in the
district arc In danger of falling
into it if they an- not careful
Barbadians Will Fill
High Local Posls
TMK IIOUS&OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed .1 Resolution
tpproA my an order which results from .1 revision
consideration of the proposal*. conUined In port 2 4
Adams Heport dealing with the ra-orguittatioti of tin I
9n ice
Mr. O. H. Adaana iL) mtrti.hu- bavi of f
cd the Resolution and mutiil Its ItlOn. but *itft different D0HV
passing. Mr F L Walcott (Ll Mr Adams speaking about the
seconded It. A motion was nitric BnanciaJ implications of the
by Mr. J. H Wilkinson (E), an- '
onded by Mr W A. Crawford,
that the Resolution be postponed
A aih-teuucM motion w
Mi A K Lewi. (L>, s
In The House
Yesterday
He said mat six years Lfo the; 1
gave women the right to- vote 111
ti-is country' and it was high tone
thai they allowed women lo
serve as jurors. He felt tha: it
was wise to make the amendment
now. as it would not in te. I ere
with the general principle oi the
Acs.
Wwineii Have Served
Women had already sat as
judges, they had appealed a-
cotinsel, they had done the..- bit
in the war and in almost every-
thing; ihey had sat shoulder to
shoulder with men and he did
not think honourable members
would disagree to the amendment,
seeing the principle of the Dill
before the House.
Yean ago |*eopIe only thought
ol educating their male offspring,
but things have ci anged and
KOansn were playing a very' im-
portant part in public life and
Otherwise 111 this country.
There were members of tha'-
Chambcr who had practised at
the Bar of the colony and thiy
ONLY THKEE traffic offences would like to see women appear
were recorded vesterdav. A in the Hieh Court* xitttn* mid
were recorded yesterday. A
cyclist was charged for falllnc to
stop at a major road, while one
motorist was charged for park-
ing in a restricted area.
A case was brought against an-
other motorist for parking with-
out Ughb
RAWLfc SPRINGER of St
Philip, fell from a breadfruit
tree in St Joseph yesterday and
li.jured his hip. The tree was
wet, and Springer slipped nnd
fell.
ABBsTON BLACKMAN of Ro-
man* C.C, scored a century
iri the B.C L. game between
Komans ana Majestic at Majestic
grounds last Saturday. Blackmail's
149 not cut included 15 sixes and
\'i fours.
Majestic batled llrst and after
being 80 for the loss of two
wickets, they were all bowled out
for 117. Tor Romans C. Tlning"
Small took seven for 20 runs.
In reply Romans are 234 for the
Joss of three wickets.
IN ANOTIIFK B.CX. GAMR.
Goodwill C.C met Everton a"
Kit 1 eat grounds on Saturday.
Goodwill halted flrsl ami knocked
UP 184_ G. H Miller top-score*!
with 57 but was unfortunately
run cut. B. Downs made 37. S
Hitmen 25 and L St. Hill 2i
For Everton C. Clarke took 3
wickets for 17 runs. In reply
Everton are four without low. :
In the tame between Georgollo ***, femal'
Park and Maple. George Park! amendment
hatted first nnd made 98 In repl "
Maple are 11 for the los: *
wicket.
the High Courts sitting and
listening to the farts of cases as
Jurors.
The presence of women in
.i>d public life meant a
lot to 'hem and he therefore
moved that wherever the word
"male" appeared in the Bill it
should be deleted.
Mr J. E T. Rrancker (C" scc-
: amendment and said
that there were some cases in
which It wss desirable that women.
would be more useful as jurors
than men.
Capable Women Juror*
They In that country for some
reason or oilier did not think thut
women were tl capable of Bitting
as jurors as men. bul he would
say that women nad already sat
on parochial boards and Vestries
and in no case did they prove
themselves incapable or unlit.
He said that they should not
al'ow the opportunity to pass Co
remove Hie word "male" from
the Bill so lhat every subject
.,1 His Majesty should be able to
made by
.___onded bv
R G Mapp (I.) that the
House g into Commit1.1
Resolution The last motion was
put to ||m vote and decided in the
.
ikej
Mr. Adams moving the passing
of tin- Resolution isid tsuM U>
proposals contained in Ihf i:,-...-
Aa... BUU ..;
Aeasuuu*atssa Wl|Hi lor IHr Dv-whImi lt*S. nr ..< in, HMmm
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SMtrnwm I Ho*id Id 311
a Rrturn ,.f
ih Imm. ism
hcsolution- said that from Sep-
tember 1. the date when it ,..s
i that the DMBOHbi
I tied, i,',til
Ifarch II, the sod of Hv
cial >ear. the cosl was SUB
at SlOO.OUO agam>t wta
selsiOB ot ihat amount
1
Usastsi 1 he cost foi the
of the ru eai 1
at $153,000.
Mr. F. L. Wakatt (L
01..I1
11.1- fnJlowii-aj Soiiw wi
Ui AO.ii.. thMuluthMi lo DOlwtl
Um m.nl .c;r.t.tai. tAotx-liiw.il. No. I
Oi*i. IS*U -..,!
t-vriimir ('"MiniltW* on Ih* Mm day M
: 1 .* .r.ti. ihi |.i..vi...,. .(
1 II* Civil KaMMttftma-ni Acl
iec
Thp Hiiu. IHHaMd 1
tl.ll to Bin


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lutton were the result of a revis-fsion ltfc Pan ol thi AdSJn
ion and reconsideration of the | Report tleahnu With alariet It
proposals contained in Part 2 of j *' 'he primary conevrn of .
tin- Hi-port of Pnmmtsrinsei (;"i,|l;l!;i"1 -1' lo H Ihsl .t
Adams for the ie-..inanisatlon of (servants were proper.}
the Civil Service. The Honourable |an(1 u,al >"ch provision a. in:,
Member for St. Peter. Mr. P. L. *' would snsbta onem I
Walcott knew more about it than \1'vfi service to Iho pubili Tl


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Or4m '......*.i.
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2 CARS COLLIDE
The
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oto
t t |o



he did. and would give | furthe;
explanation
Mr Walcou had been a member
of UM Siili-.uininlitee which had
Included Mr. C A. Coppin who he
thought was correct in describing
as a man who knew all there ru
tSIS the mam rSOSa hi I u gull
toe two nsVeanunlttssi ihsi
Im
ti ie *he House
Never Helore
The OoVSnunenl had done 11 I
no i'.i^i Government had ma ii
1
uuoy.
to know about the Civil Service. (had taken the pS0f)U
who had been their mouthpiece in with into its conlMafl
In expressing their point of vlsw ploOSiI ihcm on the bighSSl level
and who had worker) along with u dis-'uss those nutters. The
Mr Chenery and othei Civil Ser- President and Secretai* of the
vants In doing so. (Civil Service Association
Heads of Departments had on those *rh-< ommitteev ,
been invite*! lo express *'v"1 useful ei. u. lo the G
innient and to th<
their views, and the mailer had
been in process of consideration
for a long time. The Resolution
contained sdiediilc of new
posts which it had been decided
should be created, and in effect
the creation of those new pOBBl
would result In Ihe abolition of
certain posts thit now existed
But ihe aitn of the new propot- '
Is wa re-orKanisati dM
.,.,.
Larceny Case
Dismissed
Pol
A case brought by thf
charging Carlisle Spencer, _
renter of Atkins Gap. St. Mi-
chael with Ihe larceny of a wallet
owned by Myril Small on July
30 was dismissed without preju-
dice yesterday by Ills Worship
Mr. H. A. Talma. Magistrate of
District "A".
Mr. J. S. Dear appeared on be-
hulf of Spencer. One of the
witnesses for th- prosecution
Gi u.hournr Mottieysaid that he
saw Spencer with some boys
-landing near Magazine Lane on
July 30 They were not standing
there very long when three young
women and a little girl reached
them. Suddenly there was a
scuffle In which Spencer took
something away from a little girl
and ran away.
Mr Dear in his address pointed
out that the attack was so simul-
taneous thut II would h:,ve bSSO
difficult for anyone to pick out
anv particular person that wts in-
volved in the conflict.
He further submitted that there
were many discrepancies in the
i-vidence given bv all the tvftMSt-
eR and that Goulboume Mottiey
who was one of the people on the
scene could not swear thnl what
Spencer took from the girl was a
wallet. Sgt Garner who prose-
cuted on behalf of the wllce
submitted that Spencer knew
lhat the girl had a wallet in her
hind and did not snatch any-
thing else but fhat.
SPEEDSTER FINED
FRED EDGH1LL o, N
Christ Church was found guilt>
o( driving the motor van X-594
on August 9 along Black Rock
a rate exceeding the
speed limit.
His Worship Mr. E A McLcod
Magistrate of District "A" before
whom the case was heard im-
posed a Hnr of 30 to Ik* paid
In 14 dayB or In default one
month's imprisonment
Charged With Bicycle
'Theft: For
Mi C II Adams (I.) said that
the? were certain reasons why
he could not accept the amend-
ment M proposed by the honour-
able senior member Iw the City.
No doubt some lawyers would like
Jurors, but If the
ere allowed, it
Id make nonsense to the
f'one' Juror* Act.
' The Bill now before the C-m-
.mitlee meiely served to preserve
' in the Jurors Act, those quah'lca-
j lions which might be deemed t.>
have been wiped out when ihe
Representation Of the People Acl
1 a., pssssol.
! No Difference In Principle
No one would differ in principle
with the idea of allowing woine:
to sit as jurors, as In process ol
lime they would be useful and
probably more so than men when
they learnt Ihe Intricacies of the
1 iw courts, but no Governor or
Secretary of State would assent
to this Bill if they allowed it to
with the suggested amend-
ment.
Mr. E. K. Walcott (El agreed
ith the honourable member for
St. Joseph that the BUI should
through as it stood and sug-
gested to the senior msmbeT ft*
the City that he could bring in an-
ther Bill shortly afterwards to
mend the Jurors Act.
Mr. Mottiey then withdrew his
motion and the Bill was passed
tion -f new pnsts and still less
was Its p-rpos- a stepping up of
salaries Where a salary had
been s'oijied up. it w%
m tin* rs-orgsnisstlnn it wsi usenv
eil that surh and PUeh a post was
more In line with tueh and such
salarv
Increased Salary
There hart lieen jwople already
fulfilling the dutlea of those new
ui-iiout their being called
potts and it was felt that
tlte> should be at least recom-
pensed by a kind of back |>ay in
the form >f increased salary.
The order was a Mineral ordei
Following It was an older foil
Teachers, a Bill in amend the Col-
il Treasurer's Act, then Mp-
lilenientar> estimate- and then
the PSJI ions I'ensioiiable Amend-
0' *s*-s(uns
THE preliminary heaiins in the
case in which Thomas Roach of
Bay Land St. Michael is charged
with the larceny of a Raleigh
valued at 0 00. the
property of Martin Crookendalr
of Jackson, was com!
terday bv His Worship Mr. C. L
Walwvn. Magistrate
A". The offence was committed
on August 2. 1948. Roach has re-
served his defence and has been
remanded for sessions.
Schooners In And Oat
The schooner Cycloraina yester-
day brought 300 drums of diesu-
IsiM, 300 drums of diesel fuel and
n bSSreet of fresh fruit. It ar-
ved fron. Trinidad.
Also arriving from Trinidad yes-
terday was the schooner Gloria
irirMo. It brought 100 tons of
i.t.-Is f 1 Messrs Gardiner Austin
& Co. Ltd.
Schooner Jalssr. which arrived
on Monday, quickly unloaded Its
cargo of fresh fruit and plantains
and sailed yesterday for St Lucia
where it will take another load of
fruit.
The 100-ton Motor Vessel Canb-
bee, which also brought fruit,
sailed for Dominica. Schooner
Zita Womfo left for Trinidad.
Gov't Considers Loans
For Educating Children
At Universities
Illl. Government is giving
careful consideration to the re-
quests from people to members of
the House of Assembly for the
granting of loans for the benefit
of educating 1 hpdren at Unlver-
ntM Mr O. ri. f.lfliri '1.1 to'd
Ihe house yesterday.
Mr. Aaans said that he vanied
to make that statement for ;he
Unetlt iff those people who were
wondering whether the Govern-
ment would make loans to is&ist
In the edu.ation of their children
who were attending Universities.
He knew tha* some of those
Rttendlnsj Univer-
Canada where they
would experience
through devaluation.
.ll Seivv bJI
Ahum they represented
The Resolution provided
li net.in- foi the Scivice ll was,
not salary revision It was re-
oiKanisatiou to provide in.nr cnV
ciency throughout the d0|
of ihe Government Seiviie \'-.
like the past position, gra i. I p
were being cRitel in ti.,. Ben 1
to which members could be Bp- j
pointed by direct entry 01 by hro- *"<''wu of it
motion, and Ihev would have ade-1 "'' moved thai fuither eOtl-
quatr training even when do:nK 1 ^'deration U* postponeil
(heir Jobs, thai would III them for nr H A- Crawferd (Ct sup-
promotion to higher posts. All of11'01"'"1 Mr Wilkinson's remarks
those posts would not nnd r "", '-itd.d the motion for posi-
versity training Some would cell | POOtmsnt He said that Rsioll
lion v..is an important one. bolh
11* regards the financial Implh
iin USJill ll *..!
Mv Oi... 1. i.i a>h Iikiii .. ,,..s- i,.
I -. mat uay.
.11 /iii-nu had raid thai lb.
.....uiuini reauuini iretn uh
......I ""UU bS *154.U0U -
ne inuughl Uiai 11 wa.
IOsS ui refer the Kesolu-
iioii to COSBSalUSe wmen iM
iu pea ID "H a M i.iemDe.s
- ine hxccuiive woula be on,
luii tnsjl WOUla be atlc u>
aci4UStn| .nner members wim
Ihe iinplicalwau. ol the Order.
or ai MOSl IhS) should postpone
.i.iaiioi. of 1: for a week
lioisjbt
.inter contained several
debstable proposals, principally
those 111 connection with tht
Secretariat. He did not think r.
unreasonable to ask meeabei
the Government lo postpone cw.-
and 1
training and eundlUou ol wryiee
bul it wss felt Ui.il it wottl I be
wise not lo wail on all those tilings
1 rfore putting the .a-,. fi le-
organisatiou as a whole
As an example oi so Instsmei
ment Order No. S. Thom* nieus-",n which ( Adams'
ires along with the Resolution Heport was not followed. Mr. Wai
hev were Ii: nti - .!< ",;* ; '' "' ''"' OWCrelsrlSt No
rr-orgamsalkm of the Service organisation could exi.l without a
1 detail some I300" Se*/et.n i.,i I; as on Ih
..1 Um pron> sala. Ml Adsmi lid
l had been decided that Deputy
for special training.
Not Always Agreed
It would Ik- seen lhat the Com
mlttees hail not agreed with ev< I
proposal made by Commisslom
Adams. They would see lhat U.. .
political set-up of the Colony had " *ould call Iheir desire for
created a tremendous amount .>r lowest indiamsalion" of the
woik for Government Servants -Service It was obvious thut
The Training Committee v, ,h<">e Secretarial posts would have
working out the Ik*sI methods ' to be filled from outside In riev
regards HSM of tin
nvlsusd. for SKaanpla
the proposal for the Colonial
Secretariat. Such a proposal was. .
of great interest in view of what!1*
leqim
ground that the committee had
OUlsred from Mr Adamt and ha.i
proposed the pt..vision of Hiree
A 1 -.i 1 '. S-i 1 tari." uid
f"in Assistant Si- ti t.m.'s
The laitei would ' in junior
administrative posts working on
things with which Mend < 1 .
House wanted to provide theii
constituents, but which could not
be done without adequate staff.
Hi did not InUkM to enter Into
t' ipM -i.i.r ..' ., hoin would b.'
appointed They v ould lose per-
vui.iive in deaiini with the
look at it from thai |ilnt nf
view. He could not see any
ini'ii.iH'i ui the House being
afraid of those pro|B--.,l t(,r
they oitcred min h to the Ideal
service, and many oppo
for promotion, (Tom tha IM
In the hlsJMSt level-
In another Instance, Mr. Adams
had raeommended the abolition of
the post ol Colonli
ihe Government had felt that It
should not he abolished. Aa ll wet.
tlie work i.f tin. Colonial 'I'm i. r
was being increased by the m inl-
ine of new loans etc and it was
felt that Ihe salary of tl-
Treasurer should Ik- inrrcased He
was sure that members of the
House would see the wisdom of
*.hat. On the whole, hosweei the
ommltti had acted .........1.
genii ItlMl
'or the r\
Heads should be appointed
major departments only particu-
larly in relation to the responsi-
bility and size of the OsSJ
Sn.h departmenis were the De-
partment of Science and Agrl-
ulttlN and the Department of
Education. There were already
1 Ih* Statute Book Deputy Heads
f Departments, for example,
ban .-as Deputy Commissioner
I Police In those cases it was
ended to change the Idle from
deputy" 10 "setdslsBl The
emolument of an assistant Head
Department was normally
75 per cent Of that of the Head.
In any system which had s set
up such as theirs, there must bo
anomalies, and there might be
Instances In which that paraent-
age might have to be moditlcd.
Promotion of Juniors
It was B|so decided thai in each
department there should be a
grade of executive officers from
whom future appointments to
deputy heads and heads should
be normally made Purpose of that
grade would be to provide pro-
motion facilities for junior can-
d.dates.
No one would pass over the
question nf promoting mem-
bers of the Junior Service to
higher posts. But obviously a*
long as they were a colony
and had Oh Administrative
set-up that the other colonies
had, which it was definitely
laid down lhat you could not
enter except you were a Uni-
versity Gradual*, so long would
posts In the Administrative
Service be open only to Uni-
versity Graduates There was
no single colony in the Brit-
ish Empire to which lhat did
not apply.
He was neither attacking 1101
defending the policy But it wa.
a policy of the British Govern-
ment, and il had been so for
many a long year If however
they had that executive grade ol
which he had spoken, they would
be mak'ng it possible for Bar-
badians or other West Indians
who Rraduated from the Univer-
sity College of lh West Indies to
come direct into the Service from
lhat level.
Not F.veryone
It was not even' Barbadian 01
West Indian. however. who
raduated from the University
Cllege who would automatically
get a job as a deputy head over
someone in th.- rsSrvfce who had
been there for a long time But
H would make it possible for a
man to ccme into V 1 S>
mit necrssarily going to the bot-
tom grade.
i.rtan' pron...' SdUl the natter, and the E*
which had had had the ad1
phoiitioi' studying it for eeversl
Clerk Tne DOSl Hon"bie members of the Opooal-
1 1 Introduced I' ft, on the other hand
he tome ed
of the qualilU-at
them.
Voice Objrcliuna
If the motion for postpone men,
"'" ted. 1.,. intended to voi.e
' I -i llll more fully
Mi Ad lies suggested that ir.-
i< id of p.islponing the Resolution
theyi could go into cominllH*e on
Hatrole MOnuJOIl would then
be able to ask any ijueslioiu they
wanted, and he was sure that the
tton b)e nu'inber for St i"eter, Mr
r L, Walcott. would be able toi, -
answer Ihnm '*
BSM SMI MM H.'Um .lit.1 *U
jull annul'
Mave IK'Outv
11 uwy puatpoiivo >.
i "(mid win muni ueuwii*.
wnai ueoale IsMffe *aj> wwu.u
uioie mieniniiies ne wmam
vl the Uovernineiil >nouiu i>ai
Uiai if they OasnSJd tne menu
oi tne opposilioii GaasMI i
stuuy the proposals inure sen
fully, Uiey vrouia bv assunurg in j
sole responsibilily lor the cnange '
Oivisuhi on the motion 1.
going into committee was taken.
ana Ihe House went imo com (
mitlce.
in comnmicc, Mr. Walcell (L I
saaa thai 11 Uie lion JUnaM d. 1
ber lor t. I'niup hau reaa '. \
wiiole of Adams ttapOri, In- wouk.
nave tnen be*ii jbie lo nnu ..
comparison ociwevn to. aoSS
iiei-n ind "' Resotui on en in
UbOM ol uk> House
Me lell mal in .vim |
llll ll, l.llH'.l'Ill Opp.ll |l||.l!| I.MIL
oe given Hie nwmixr, to ..
in in. ii*-s.ilutioii 11.' .
unices had been crealou li mvi. .
Hers ol tne House w-oL-o ,
quibble about tne names givi
tne unices, he was ura the ami
iiiittew had given tu- gunpui
1 psSsMM in Hi,- hnghsn lei |us
He .ud nol want tnem t.. 1.11. ,
lhat me committee \as creeui .
sup.*r-posis.
'I' am tlia; Ainu a ;i|n .
" " eei hiln -1.. .
oa-n.i,,.,. ,|| |(l jj^,. iii, ,
10 i<',. it Uhmim^i.!, n. |f
thai 11 UK iijin,,, .tStpuTt ,.
ntsa iiioi.mgni... ihere
nave 1 "ii no mubS tor .1 qtuusM
ix-aioig w.ti, sSiaTMe, im kuu i
nut um Oovernsnant, 10 nuuutu 1
ill m eOUh.....I .i.|.ele Wlh
euanea everj othec colon,, j
I'hat wita why people 1
ados to take up jobs etsewnei.
"v. rythuuj mal ihe hows.. Qi
was i> Heeta-d in tne Ueeretai i.
i-ause 11 ....s tne nerve ccniie.
Wllh mat .ituclure given ....
-iMre ba tti. Ceensaittee, ii
.could no lonesr be necessarv r...
-"Klttihn..... ... i,llo' ,m
l nd to llll important posls i,e-
kU Li.ii post- co..hi be lihvu
ey West Indians, lie was Mire
-' '" I..... -Vesi lotlian, Khoi
uuid nil me post of Assltani
oi.auai ieereiar) The itrueture
rovioed tpportunilies for tinn-
lie nOOeSd thai when a Seni,..
Clerk rtini on leave someone in
hut ooVe wus appointed lo a.,
without gelling more money. He
.lien pointed out that Ihe reasoi.
IOC that Wag a Senior Clcik dm
not hold an office if that clerk
..ere styled Office Superintended.
he would have then been hold
.ng an office.
Mr. lV.le.rtl (Kj -aid tli.il 11,e
name.. di'iiiiUtl nolhing He felt
at it was a matter of creating
Jie vacancies rather than offices.
Mr. 1**1. (1,) asked W|,clhei
flier of Financial Secretary
f B
Hiii end iu,..r,.
also ->f Brti Lsvotved
In un accident on Maxwell H<*\
about i ay ertth the
motor tar M M !.' wnad ana
.inven b) 11 A :
Hock
The rhsht ti
: esd L.uips ol I w 1M esst
t amaked.
NINA WILL BE
AUCTIONED
gag
Sirue this vessel rclurned to the
island from Hi dint bo Si Vincent
1 1 1948 it was laid u^j in Ihe inner
basin of the careenage
.
bulll at the St James Dork Yard
after tht ityla : Celumbus1 ship
for the filming id Tl
Parts of the lip have been
taken nut front time lo n 1 bv
.iodiur. Ihe iiiKin. 1 d I f us
hull, maste and em h..i .m i.n fo(
CHILD'S
Colds
quKfclyrrurvsd by rubbtf- VapoRub on CSSMt, throat mj
bsclt M iwdnrrw raws btthti.g.
** T VapoRub
SEA Uth GlEST
HOUSE
HASTINGS. BAKBADOS
EXCELLENT CUISINE
11 I.I.J STOCKED BAB
KA 11 s W.M xr U.T A
il.tl-l.fl
.It. '.. S IIOWELL
.<;.u\ jn sToa ...
P U 11 i IM A
CHOWS
ANBUU a: sOOlIVI
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(sff MB M I \HI\
S( ll.MIL WEAR h 1 I ssiiKIES
PANAMA HATS BOYS* CAPS HOYS' & IRl S'
BHOI8 HOYS SII1HTS. Navy. Hrown I WmleLiJS.
SOt'KS St COTTON PANTIES
ItrEClAL REDUCTION ON SANDALS
IIO %H A s iiHKSS HMi
yOU'U APPMCIATC THESE
U.IMAX ROII.III OATS, Prr Tin
ti.i.sovs itoi 1 111 (imv pee Tin
(UMAX HOM.II) OATS. Prr Pkl.
DANISH TINNH) HAMS Vpp
(App. 3'f
inswer th
Mr A K. S. Lewis IL)
thai the House go into commutes*
' "" I" Mil, : .,ll,| th.lt II,.'
Committee be authorised lo pass
it head by head Ever sincr the
eReratlon of the Ad making pro-
vision, for Orders such as the ono
1. discussing, he had
drawn n lo the
m t -n.it thev
mallei II they were go.iu, "to r,M2!!.P,,r.!UnM.'. "' ""!."*. ",to CPm"
..i_. _. rtintee on manors which involved
1 '1 '.'in,. f,,(1 die Tnvsurv
The Civil Service. su,d Mr
*'l. was of vital importu.....
Uld th.11 *rer Bsversl important
1 i" -'I- 'i Ihe iic-oiuiion n-
i" in -.I-....-.I thai they should
"i 1 lleh oiiNi Ipal clerks, and that
pted by the very people
Who iit one Upm rejected it Who
knew whether the Civil Servant
mlidit not come buck and sav that
I'lneipal clerks should not pa
abolished
M. in. I's:-fiil
Me felt lhat a memorandum
leering tin* tnUrt three Order/.
nuld have been useful They
oiild then have known what
iiuld be the recurrent expendi-
bg vot
I. Ihe number of iddilion.,]
"/" S..... ",'' '"? |.osts, et.
of salaries. of Wrt| Indtani KCt.
More Study, More Pev ling ppotnlmenb to Efsed ol
They had decided lhal when IDSfierissenti, Deputy Heads or
member of Ihe Service went for Assistant Heads would depend on
iralnillB for a rSUI 01 two lli.it !'"' traininii S. h.-rne He c Hi-l
weight Should be Riven to that I ted that the scheme hed been held
v.ould b." abolished
Mr. P. L. M.lroU iL) stud Ihul
there would be ., Financial leers
li-ry and an Assistant Secretary
ttached. That would allow foi
local people being able to -pun
experience uud at substtpictit
i-1........iuuj able to All raeanl
posts,
Mr. Crawford (0) said he would
novo that further consideration
ot Head 2 be postponed He had
eon told lhal any head on which
n.foniiatti.n whs needed or further
.scuaslon. would be ullowed M
postponed until the next week
Airy Oplimism
He said lhat he could not share
(he airy optimism of those who
.seemed lo believe that the DOStl
esar going to be lllle.1 by Barba-
dians. They had no say at all ii
Ihe appoint!neiit .lo nil the |>o Mr. AsUuna eld that the divis-
Itention of thu j ion into four was the result ol
ild be losing ;,vrcful consideration, ideas which
came from men of opposite poli-
tical views.
They had known for years and
years that young tmjii who had
done well at eehool oould only
i.ke | decision as to which pe:;
they should use and provision had
i i te maile against lhal.
Hm said' that the most qutteblo
and just way of riiiining u Civil
Service was not by polnn ian~.
cut by appointment of Public
ervseo Commissioner a Public
Service Conunisslouer would nor
DO interested by the fact tha'
labour was in power He could
rot undertake lo say that any
particular person would be ap-
pointed, hut it was a matter thu'
he had been at pains to discuss
with the officials of the Colonial
Office. The clear declaration had
been made that la the idling of
nppoiritmi'iil dive of the
colony would be |ir*d chosen
AMWItAOI'N TIPS
CHEESE. Per 1T>
P.F. VITA WHAT 4 lb Pkl
GRAPES (Sass4ltM) PfJ Tin
H. & V. &ALAD STICKS. Pe
Apa. 13 lbs earhl her lb
Per Tin .
.fa
..... $ .
S .29 & m
119
COCKADE FINE RUM
v* i \ si tint, sum a CO.. iiii
usefulne.s to the S ivi.e by
going oh training, and that he
nould be given arceler.r.
nents to compensate for the Mudv
thut he had put in.
He supposed that they vi.r go-
ing lo Unit si .me public servants
What'* on Today
(mill' of Appenl ,n Debt si n- un .,.m.
I slot..In.i, Of I'-.ll. r ||
Barbados Museum aud
lllslorlral Soelety.
Police Band si liuvrmmrnl
Industrial Srhool. al l.tO
p.m.
saying that A should be proi ofesd
iQstead of B. But with hue Re
lure as it was. he did not think It
could be poeelUe n> errlve at dt
isiom that would satisfy avtry-
Mr. J. H. Wilkinson (El SB d
.hat the Hon'ble Hemb
Joseph, Mr Adams bad I
day ihat the
would be dealt wltl that '
terday) He would liki >in:
. hat' taken very
by one who ought to have
Ki i wa better
Tnere wen other thma> hj
v/rnted to know which would bel-
li r be dealt with if the House wen*
Into ConuxdHee on tha Re oIuUm
Mr It. O Mapp (I,) seconde '
Mr LewtS* motion. He nld Bl ll
>.ne of the l*st changes proposes.
n the Reaoluttoi
which promising men In the Civil
Beevtot 'ould Im* trained for ad-
ministrative -vork. It v i
an end to the frustration which
felt by so many m-*m-
the Service in the past.
Mr | II. Meltlei lEi said h
would suppoit the motion for th-
menl of the Resolutim
hr the ame reasons as had beel
vh Wilkinson and Mr
Crawford He felt that they ha
Bat had enough time to make com-
oarisons between the Adam*
and ihe proposals eon-
tinned in The Resolution
Mr. K. K W.lcstl (tl sala hi
i pnfeiisd it to go to
Inge that
would have saved consultaho I
I p rtnwni bw
that had not found favour wllh
membars, and so the only question
lethef It should he post-
whelher they should
I) i -unmitUM-.
Mr Adams had said that if
' into committee they
could ask what questions they
wanted to oik The only danger
of that would be the question
they had the necessary
(nations, then ll.....thaff
and the last alternative wi
U. go outside
snip PUfauj I'p
They were propostlg i
Ihe ptUni up of work eeai
# On Page 7
q.iali-
illll.ds
ild !
BACK AGAIN
Three Stars
SWEDISH
Matches.
WE ARE CLOSED
TO-DAY
tOIt SI1HA I \kl\1.
AND WILL BE RE-OPENING ON
i it tiny i si si tii \iiti h
CAVE SHEPHERD & (0., UD.
10-13 BROAD STREET
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HENRY
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I
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Specially designed for Barbados, this
brown broque is now on sale in
the leading stores. See them for yourself
made by
JOHN WHITE
WEDNESDAY. HT.l'ST M. 1MM
Gland Discovery
Restores Youth
In 24 Hours
1 rw*morv n Ihkiot
Thin iiaw iiii.ii> I, ,i,,. |i r-.i.i-i >
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ALL IN
AND ARRANGE
FOR YOUR X MAS
CALENDARS
AVO/D 7Hf RUSH
ADVOCATE PRIMING
l)FPT.
"Soaping" dulls hair-
HALO a(?/$fa#/
Vca. "acMping" your hair ith even flni
liquid or cream orumipooi hides ilt ii.uut.il
lustre wiih dullinit * 11.In COnUtBJ no kiu\, or ilicky oib
nothinc u dull yoW hair'i naiural luMrr. Wn'i j 1
rmm m '"" 'limtp.-., Miilo lirinir* oui rfiim. ^
narfalg h%M|ghM. In fragrant la-hcr rirw
away C|tiickly ia any kind of water m^di i
4ME*fCA'f aiacr.tr suling iHAMtco
In Xmrrna. HalooiitwlltallotrirrOiamprMi*. ThetrK*> \m-ni.n
wtimrii bat* pruvrtl onK Halo i\ hafr ifh nnitinl r*'i.r-r.
HALO Wreih iln' liiiiihwi Iipauh of vtmt hair
"Headache's gone .. .
I took GENASPRIN"
*GF^..^pBW'--Ihe vife hrartd ol aspiiio
ffwet/v check* llddachn. TooUi-
che. Nerw and Rheumjiic Pains. Colds
od Tlu. Abo tfukklv helps to break a
lever. At any ume of siraio or pain.
Genaiprin' wet you through I
SoM by all Chemtsrs, Druggtin, tic.
Tfcau.dG..,l.an-lltM.,Wrid.df0M,^
LRRAYS
] MILK
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rati
SOLE AGENTS-
MANNING & CO LTD.
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WEDVKSDW. MOIST M. 1SS0
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACT. SEVEN'
N5
CLASSIFIED ADS.
IHKI>
Ntll(l< I....... I *uM*gei Vntr
"' HM i .-' -.1; take place .
1 fl o'clock this r
JESSIE HAPTORn
IN MBMOBI \M
turns i:ti:i i r \", ?,.,,.]
and A free* ion* t< Hi
Beloved Motl.n
su 1 w In
. Memory )
Beked Niece BARBARA A(.\MI> w"
fell a.leep . Au* Mil.. 1M*
On* *ed . hn. p eased **v
WW. the rest
Oik ol a world of -arrow
Into hNvn nf rent
God he. a brautirul garden
For H' the bet
The flv.-ra e place upon .
Will wither awl decay
Rul ner mrm-iy will alwat* linger
In our Maria from day ir> da -
vtp 10 be wniwhmfl b. her rcl*
llvra Mr Jo-eph and Ml*. Edith* Agard.
Mr Albert Mr afclwln and Mr*
Elmirn Aa>rd .USA. Aunta and
for lei Ml'i I'.'" Apn| niin"
Mil r.nrul(' Holder .ton in'
FOR SALE
FOR HI A I
Reorganisation Of Civil $600 For HARBOUR
Service Approved By House Acting Clerk
LOG
In Carlisle Bay
# From Page 5
IIOL'SKS
COTTAOt Fr..m Sept lt S
cm tag*- 11. st i-wrence Qae on
.-"lahed t bedroom. EWrlrlrrly
A Waier App. Mr. |dnw*
door 8 as
llWTl.I IVG H'UME Dwelling Hou*
,1 Small To-, *m j,j(. npceniu
riv.tad Electric Ufhl and waif*
Iode School
Aval I all Ic in September Apply * L
H Bakene*
at -an

-11" VMM n in, H..WI Coast.
.n fumiahad. bedroom*, said all
itoiarn comwiancr.. tor the month-
j^.SPPlTlrtbrr and October
THTBSl>.!.>\ H
I t (uiniWnl
ONLY -Dial Mil n
i,...- koi
tip BUI
so a 5
Al TOMOTIVF
CAR One Plyiucuth car M latll jl
.o*t new IM ,..1.1 Appl> to V E
Moore. Corner P..-..*' Rd a) Beaten
" m In
IBM modal It. A 1
Apply C HeH-crt
ft! SBan
TRUCK
rondlllon Dial MM.
M Tiidor Btreel
VAN-10 hour power
I tag ord'r
Broil Co Whllepark
FIIRMTUKF
I'Rr Call al Ralph laras-d'*
iilwnod Allay and
nil .Ml Birch
FOB MM OB LSASK
UTfPTJRN L111T. n
PAHAUKV Ilerbarro, Flood ,
lad ona mlia Imm lha City Dim
Ji'd dlntna room. Fronl and side Galla
Kiichenett. trirar large bedroom* ,
with iiiniin wain, modem Ulrn I
a idi >iai and tub bath with
MM laid nn upelalra 1rec n
roam, bedroom with running wj
kiichen ,iii.l (.<. roam on pound A
BBl'l room with lollH and h.th (
ge with room (or two car*. EJeriri
and Oaa Pfaaaa rm tSU
B 3A t
PERSONAL
Tin | ill,I - i ... i ,-., ,.
Bivui| nadil i., pqi v.,f. i,wr. flavar.
IBM Iriaa McCollcn- ai I do not hold
"'! rr.prnnlhla for bar or aia-onr
alaa contractinf any dfbt or dabla in
my name iinteai by a wrlltan order
Idnad b> me
Sikiird ASIITON MAVtriS.
Sealy I*nd Bank Hall
___________________ IB i" &A hi
LOST A FOUND
KLBCimiCAL
AJ>DINO MACIIDJB Almo*1 new
pjtrratl >U 9 A eteciHc AiUmi Ma
ehlne Cort new KM OB will export
BMBMal Ralph Fir lid'* An;'ton Room.
Ilaidwood Alloy. Phono MM
RAMO 10 Tube Stumt.Warner elortrlc
Hodio in excellent condition ..... nuto-
rhutiae With 10P lerorda at InOilqiuta.'
Aquatic Club. Aquatic Gap Anv d.<
rln nu Jt MAn.
MVF.STOCK
w.lh r,i-t Mil A|.pi\ F Kin __,
Tenantry, oppoate Nit). Gap. Si Michael
J 90tn
PUPPiue bred Cocker Spaniel Pup*
ADPI-: Mr* O II S,1e. A.hburr Pltn
Et Geona Dial M9T Ml SO Or
MTSrF.I.I.ANF-OUS
-.'lol'V.t nf ever
Ola*-. China, old lewal* ( Mlv*.
.rrnkxira r.--. hnoka. "'-" A r-iahi. ate at Qonirurea Antiqu* t-w
dlouiln* Royal Yeeht Cluh
DBM POD)
Carnation. Knlrlit'
I-Aninv COTTON" Ittitr^BTOATS
l.ov*lv pattern*, fn.i colour material*
only II M Modern Dreia Kroope
m totn
I "OKI KKS MAI Tfn Mll.K ; ., ii'n
i-hmif food very hlithly m-oitimended by
I -1 PtelMBlBB the .M over.
Blttl obtainable t Soda Fount.m. .ml in
one pound ami half pum.l HI
pvi.n ..m
IMPKX World'* b*t cyole gwierator*
oml headlifht. Obtainable |rom all Irad-
Inar Horn W SO In
PINKING SIICAlfSof the nlhr qual-
ity Only M M and IMM. Limited
ciiantlt* See Mtw .t-weHer*. Y Or Um
a. Co.. i.id 30. Broad sired
Ml SO 7n
RAINY WESATHEH! Wo *Ht Plaattc
I..(lie- B-iln Coat* and Headll" at M lB
and He each Thanl'*, Pr Wm Mry
St Dial KVt or H, 41, U Swan BU.
n I SOSi
Rrxxmn ALBUMS for 10-lnrh and for
ll-lnrh and earrylnB ra*o* for 10-lnrh
record*, and we haira lh record, too
A BARN** A CO LTD
tCIFKCE BOOKS- (..iiiplelr -et B
book* for l*t year Digioma Courao a
Imperial Collexe nf Tropical ArUcUllurr
Alan a number nf V VI Form book
for Harrlaon College Phone *ftl
Cor hlr SBn.
NY1XW
Nylon StocklnsB at a *peelal prlr*
ixr pair Modem Dreaa IQtopp*
SOI BO2n
YAWL--rrapld" approx. 31', f**t
long with Gra. Marina engine. Oood
condition tt.ooo a bnrraln. Apply
J R Edward* Phone J'.M
IS S 56-T.r I
w a>ti:ii
IIFJ.F
QL'AIJneD E1XCTRICAL FOREMAN
-Apply In peraon and letter natlng
experience etc to K E D W D*Tin*.
City Oarage Trading Co Lid Virtori
Street It.S W-t f.n
PERSON to lake chargo of OfTlco -
Mai* or Female Poaitlon requlr to
book keeping experience Initiative
ii: alary roqulred to; Herbert A Ikiwrf
Lower Saute Plantation. St Mlohae
SB J SO n
MISCELLANEOUS
_________ LOST
CRANK HANDLE fo Con. i
long the following roula- Hlghgali
pper ("ollyniorc Rirt Ma ("litl'-f-t .i
llll. dolf Club Rood to Rookie- Ncv
Dad Ret-ard to llnder A Bar net A Co
Id. JO B SO- t I a
FOUND
IIINU- One 14 earal (old iiik -ill.
one ve.lerday on pavement outade
t/Bl Bank of Canada Owner can
rover aame on Idem ideal Ion at tl.r
Ad*eeale Advcrttiring Dept and paving
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
BAILING I l."l AMSTSailAM
BoniailAM ANI> ANTWEBU'
HirtT.A An, ath. Mh, 8th
M S. KELLNA Sept iBt. Ind. Hh
BAILINU FROM. AMSTERDAM
SS URAMENBORG Aul lllh
S COTTICA Aul ISih
-mi in.. TO MADEIBA. n.TMOt'TM,
ASTWIir ANU \THIIABl
I^RANJESTAl) Aul l.'r.d
VI S. WILLXMSTAD Bapt. Itlh
ULOfgJ TO TRINIDAD. rABAMARIrlO
niNHMA. I''
I'l'HLif- HAMAS
AUCTION
THI'K-SnAV -11-1 11 JO p in
KAVlltl.trf ROAD oppo*lte ROl"
maika Cadar At Othor Wardrobtb
:-re Mahoiany A other table.. I^irdrr
Vaggon. Mahogany DfBBBlng Table with
"Irror. Wah*tand. Mahogany Couch,
vlihogany Berblir Choir. Double Irot*
bed t cad. Valor 3 burner oil dove,
mer ..le A welghla. Per ambulator.
other Itrmf. TBRUOa CASH
R .uc MfTli MC KRN71E
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
On Thur*d*l 31*1 by order of Canon
' W 1 Moore, we will tell the Puml-
ura at the Rectory. St John,
which Include*
Exioiuuon Dining Table total |gi
*i>nB'ii Ch-ir.. Aiktlqu* Couch. Sofa
3 It wide' and Collarette all In old
(abogany Elm T Ptr Deoka Carved
Ink Table. Uak Book.ii.e .Ola-. t>,.n.i
llaia a. China. Electro Lu Hofr I aerator.
I~ilgldalre. Cabinet*. Ornament Table.
White Linen Preaa. Children'. Bod.trad.
Bed*, Mahog M T Waoh.tand. A
niim Table*. Chamber Ware Dre*
Form. Wa.h RaMn Filling*. Leidi-
Coal Stove. Garden Awing. Good Tcnni.
Net. Vauxhall 14 Motor Car In flood
iirklng order and other item*
Sole 30 o'clock. Term* Ch
ItKANKER. TROTMAN A CO
icUoneera
g SO-Hi
UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER
"NINA"
have been In.lructed by Mni Da
Coala A Co. Ltd.. to offar for aalo by
Public Auction on tha Slat day of
Auau*i. begmnina at 1 o'clock on the
ipot, ihe boat called lha "NINA" which
- at promt lylna above Ihe Victoria
BridBe It U M feel long by 33 feet wldr.
id t feet deep: with a draft of a feet
nan the anchor and .par* and can be
iilv converted Into a coaital boal or
hnoner Firf all nther particular* apply
D'Arcy A. Scott, Auctioneer
IS.g... In
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
By recommandatlonB of Lloyda Agi
wa will *ell on FRIDAY the lot of <
Umber IIS Bag* Dark Cryattl Sugar u
I! M a dark al Orneral Tradora Ud
I M B*gBMR at Planlatlona l.t.l Bay
BKANKCR, TROTMAN m CO.
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
i i
ed | will aell .
BY I
mr Auction Mart. Shepherd Street.
Friday. September 1*1. at 1 p.m. Hi
Cender Steel Oullluan with B*t
of Bparr law* 11 Garvanlrrd Pipe Cut
tar l-ln to 3 In m 6 cylinder Farfo
fkk-up tCwd condition' il> lo H P
Ford Prefect Hi Standard "Ro-ar
T>-pewrHer I Dumpy Level with Trl-
|-d and Levelling Rod Hi OAVe DeaV
um, riiuir. !> Electric Pan
Colculalor, CuUkiuea. Boika. Lobater
PatW. ft**'. Jack *>f<. ndied ."tckle..
Jelly
MNCSENT GRIFFITH
M.ijB-BH
STAMPS Tied and Mint Poataga
ftaauw g| Barbado* and other lOxid. ..f
it,a BWI. Curaoao and Arub* Be*>
Price* paid at Caribbean Stamp lullly,
No. 10 Swnn Street :bi a SO Sn
Itch Germs
Killed In 7 Minutes
* Tour akin baa nearly '," million tiny aeama
and porea wl.-re Rerma hide and railu ter-
rlhla Itching. fr. kin*, r^irnn, IV.-Ung,
Hurnlng. Acne. Ring worm, Paorlaala.
Hlai kh-ad*. I'intplea. Font ll-h anil oth-r
blmlh. Ordinary treatments gtva only
temporary r-ll-I becauae they do pot kill
Ihe ajerrn cau-e The pew d loco very, Nlao-
Oirm kills the u- ""* '" ~ mlrmtea and la
guaranteed to Rive -ou a Bflt. eiaar.attra.-
tlve. Bmooth "Uln In "" week, or no"-"
back on ratam
ied Niaoderm from your CMtnlai
today and re-
.1
REAL ESTATE
PROPERTY One Small Property *i
Keivlngl.m Ne Road Apply C A
Iihmael. Raxt-r. Road 3d S,D--9n
BlTLDOra SITEA A llaal DeatribU
R'.ildnifl Site overlooking the aaa. Wor-
ming, St Intftir* and ine Oolf Cou-
rext lo -Cloud Walk' at Rendervo i
Terrace, Chrut Church /.pP| C.
Clarke. T Swan Slreet. Pho-.o Vll oi
MM M g SO an
U.c Financial Sccrvtary coul.i
mako a decision. Decision would
haw to be made by an assistant
except II was of the greatest im-
OOI Ijllf.'
Mr. Motile* (El said that il
seemed to him that there was a
necessity jor a re-organisation It
Uiey were to head for ministerial
tii!us But there was some ap-
i-iehension where the three as-
sistant Colonial Secretaries and
t'Tni the three Assistant Secre-
t:.nes ami the Office Superintenti-
i;i were tiwuernt |
There wan uauuilv too much
hypornc> in the House aboul
the selection of natives to hu
tlllTerent posts DuriDU the war
years many youngsters wht
had had a good education in the
Island, had written to enquire
if there would be an opportu-
nity for them if they took
courses in a Public Administra-
tion. A letter was sent back
saying that there would be nc
opportunity for them in the col-
ony.
Turned Dt>wn
There were men with qualill-
(.ations who had applied for such
posts and had been turned down
Unli'M- there was an objection to
the character of such an applies r
if ere was no reason why he shot.1,1
r.ot nil the post.
Mr. Wi.ktmM (K) said lha)
everybody realised that the C >I-
:nual Secretary's office wanted
re-orfanisin. But they on Uat
side of the table were not satis-
fied that It was necessary to have
three Assistant Secretaries.
Mr. BrsBvrker (C) said that he
felt that the work in that offin
./.is being held up and for th.-*.
reason he was prepsred to gi\
he benefit of the doubt to tho-e
who were sponsorinii the miTe-v
for the Assistant Secretary. H
wondered whether to some extent
the srrears of work In that offi, r
was not due to the fart that son--
capable persons were not popul. 1
with other members.
The Colonial OflUr should bs
allowed to know, that what thev
ft II about displaced persons lx
nn. sent to the Island to fil'
\ acanctes
The motion for the deletion of
Item 3 in the Head was over-
thrown by an 11-8 majority.
Those who voted foi the tlele
tlon were; M*M*rs Crawford.
Mottley. Goddsrd. Bethel). C.ill.
The House of Assembl
yesterday pajased an
with .. get* i" pro*. I
to be paid to Mr B
Thomas. lVput> Ctafk ''
House of Assembly, by way o
acting allowance for tht- Mart u
he performed as Clerk durta
llu-t: Ctati absence
SHIPPING NOTICES
What An M.P
Wants To Know
Mr. Crawford ((*) What step*
does the Government propose to
take in regard to thi- rwCC**MMad
tion contained in the Adams Civ .1
Service Commission Report
connection with Ihe appointment
of a Commission to review
position of the Anglican Church
with special reference to
1 The nperalion Oft the Angli-
can Church Act. the VCavtrWl \ I
19115, and tha) PetH
Of 1925 Ud 1947.
2. The disestablishment al
the Anglican Church, or
3 The disestablish iiu'i it u 1
gradual disendowmenl of lh>
Anglican Church''
gaaSM
pr, ibm
The M V -1-AHI0BCF. olll
accept Cargo .-nd Pa*.nf'i- to*
Dominica. Anllgiia. Moniarriat.
,N*M. and SI Kllta
Bailing Monday. SSth In.i
The M V "MONIKA will me-
cept Cargo "< Pa^enget* lo
""
B.W.I, sehaoner Owners
AsaoclaUon Ire
Obtgnac, Dial; 441
British Troopn
Arrivi* In Korea
# From Page I
sector that Northerner.- slill (
Ihe town and that fierce fight .
was going on in the outskirts.
Forty milcs further west abon
halfway along the northern m 1
of the United Nations' !vu
box" the South K..M 11. 9
Division came under flares
t.ick four miles south of Uslhu
Attkclaari there were driving;
the centre of the Polianv-T.n-i,
upply road at TOBffSShfBi
The Pyongyang (Cognmunl '1
Radio claimed Cointnunlstt In
Ms sector killed 1400 aUK) '
hired 300 Unite.) Nations troot's I
Renter
Canadian National Steamships
LADY RODNEY
CANADIAN CRUIHUt
1 \:l m :.- -.
( ANAD1AN CII.M.I.KNi.r.
LAIIY RODNXY
1-ANADtAN CRI'lSl^l
ADV NELSON
36 A.ig :< Aufl l' Sepl.
1 A* pi 13 Sepl
1* H*pt IS Sepl 33 Sept.
a Sept. ij Oct.
lb iwt ta On n Oei
n Oct. ; Nov
1 B3*pt
1*. Sept.
* Sept.
10 Oct
E. K Walcotl, Wilkinson . ..1
Ward
These who voted against the
'letlon were: Messrs 11
Fostrr, Miller. Mapp, Lewi 1. .
an. Cox. F L. Walcotl. Cummins.
Adams and Brancker
Mr. Lewis added that the poo-
I_le were not satisfied with the
Sorlal Welfare Department.
The Raaolutlon was then
iiwd
NOITBBOIND
LAI"Y ROONatY
1JVDY NBtaSON
l^DY BODNXY
LADY NElJiON
GARDINER AUSTIN A CO.. LTD. Agent..
HARRISON LINE
S.S. "MOONCREST"
S.S. "BROOKHURST'
S.S. "JUNECREST"
S.S "TEMPLE ARCH"
S.S. FACTOR''
S.S "PLANTER'
IIOMFWARI> FOR THE I'NITED KtN(HM>M
V*gl For Cloaeg In BaThado.
S S. "MOONCREST" London Late September
For further Information opply to
DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.AgenU
FROM TI1K UMIBD KINGDOM
From Leapes Due Baroafa*
London 3rd. Aug 2nd Sept.
Glasgow &
.Liverpool 19th Aug. Brd Sept
,25th Aug !'!. Sept
London 5th Sept. 25th Sept.
Glasgow & I.iv : I" "1
Hth Sept imii Sopt.
Liverpool Ml' Sept. 23rd Sept.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
AWARD OF 1939*45 STAR AND WAR MEDAL
IT IS NOTIFIED for the Information of former members of I
Trinidad Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve who are now residing
Barbados and are eligible for the 193945 Slur and War Medal that
they may call with their Certificates of Service at Headquart
Barbados Regiment, at any time during office hours for these decor-
ations 298.502n.
VACANCY FOR POLICE MEDICAL OFFICER. DISTRICT "A"
Applications are Invited for the post of Police Medical Officer,
District "A" Police Station. Candidates must be registered m. jl
practitioners. Post Is part-time non-pensionable. Applications stat
age, qualifications and practical experience should be submitted to
the Colonial Secretary not later than the 31st of August. Further
details may be obtained from the Secretariat on request.
248 '502n.
OFFICIAL NOTICE
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Sen Mais M
Ma
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11 Pea.u.. -ll ton. Cai.l ..r,
fro.-, Tnmdad. Asmi. Meaara. DaCi
..- ;..
mono, from Capetoon Aaenu Meaara
O II ton. Capt
Oh* lerte. from Trinidad Ab.....
er Owner.' A.-oriabon
nSPARTIBBS
IBSMnT^al 'bi""! T '" C"" M"'-
Archer McKenne '"'* AlM^U- M*"''
Mass. 100 Ibm, Capt dumb*.
p"""Jt*. Aaenta Bchooner Owner*'
Ships In 1 ouch With
Barbado. Co-ami Station
Bar!
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Quick ralisf with Alka-
llUgM Ona of two of tha largo
tablot* m a glas* ol water dU-
tol.e promptly and go to aaorfc
iBDmadiBtely. Walch it fi.
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Vol. Albert U*ial... Luh Bo U
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I'tlWv Hughe*. Hob, liill l-lemenl GUI.
Ague. GUI. Ko*e Marie GUI mil 111 Oil
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Robert Shaw. Julu Shan. Sal. SI*,
from ANTIOUA
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Fro i.IIKNADA
Robert De So...... fe.rl lh- la Mothe
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Lira, Mrniiqiii- lira. Joar Um
Cu.lava Lira. Mario Oliver. Joerfa Sal.aa
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l*.he Arthur. Itesinald H.-e. WlllUm
L.rtln. Leila Ciiimi.ih.. Vhihhv Klory.
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'inn Boa1.nii. I I.lie lr.iir-.ll ftiinl
larraw. Gwendolyn Wallon, Alice Hi*-
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taprg Main...! II Man.-.l.
Mr* F Marmol.
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Send U Your Orders lor :
BROOMS & BRUSHES
Of geVWy Description
CENTRAL FOVKDHY LTO.
llruud SlriH-l Hnd Pitr llciill
It
IS EASY
A1ong-Sav(no Way
J*
Morn,
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cimoii
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iui.1 Iron Bide Ralla.
mg Konni Fuinllura to
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ANDREW D SHEPFARD
< ...rrB.r.u.. Ufa A**a*laUaa
' B ABSasTBONO LTD.
fBIDOBTOWy IAMB ADOS
Tel. MM
TO-DAY'S
NEWS FLASH
BINOCIT.ARS
Opened by
JOHNSON'S hi ATlf INERT
WIRK STRAINKKS
Opened by
JOHNSONS HAR1IVVARF
AT THE Annual General Meet-
ing ol the Y M f* C held at the
Club llou B*rkle- Hoad. on
Wedneed**. Sard Augu.t. ISM the
lollooing peraon. *.*re propoatd
lor Memberartlp on the (loeerrilng
Body
T A II ATWEJJ.
B A Bl-UCMrTTr.
L. B DASII
I. IIA7F1I
V HOY.*
M J V MAMMLAIJ
Ttirrv belna more tbao 10 mam-
place at Ihe CSSB Houae. Betkle.
II i-d on Wedneaday. SSth Auguat.
iOW. between the hour* of 4 p m
and S pm All member* are kind-
atbed to make a point of at-
tending and recording their vote
P O KITTKR.
lBa*Tetar>'
i
CALADIUM
SHOW
WHITEHALL, St. I'l 11 K
Owing to rain
i hi: i.vhiiivs
will be further opened
MORNING and AFTER-
NOON from August SWth
to September 2nd Inclualve.
208502n.
1.,-IL'l !
Drepwal Hmtr Oolv A
.. Kitchen and Bedroom
IliiBet* -Udelxwfdi
SragMMM Hadto
ml F...> Table*
L S. WILSON
MTTAL TUBNINO
TaaaAD cirrnNO
WELDINO
BATTUT CHAIOINO
MOTIIB RWAI*.
.w
GUIDON BOLDEN
BARBATX3S G All Ai IF,
131V Roabuek ST. : in-\ 3'. t
PASSAGES TO IRELAND
ANTILLF.H FRODt'CTH LTD.. Roseau. Dominica, offer
nmiggjl to Dublin per M.V. "DUALA". next sailing from Hoseau
iibout 23nl August, und thereafter about every thirty-three days
HIngle Fare. 10, usual redurllona foe rhlldren.
Apply direct.
(JIVE IS YOUR ORDER FOR-
Til... linn. Ndl & I' ''* ' Tirnialo Sauce
Wraiii'i Rolled O.ts Tin- Pl.y Box Hiiiuit.
AarlmU s.l.il Oraaai l"m.pplc J.m
Cow &: <;!< Mil" f"l Whole Tomator*
PmcB*. Tim Ro.l Beef Tins Pe.r.
(nrnflnur in Packicc Aorted Flavour.
Sraaonrd Sink with Tomato S.uc.
Toltrr in Tins Pine.pplc Juice
Jmhm B. Tmglmr A
i.nn. i i'-- BOBBVCB 8T.
An *U*t
DIAL 4SSS
Nixoderrn
rr SJfia Troubles troaUa. 1/i
All that chattel dwelllm houae called
taurencevllle' Constitution Road St
Michael Th* llouie contain* aillrit.-
Diawing room. 3 bedroom*. Breikfaal
icom and uaual out ofllcea Electric light
od water aerrlce
In.pertion on application lo the tenant
The above will be aet .up for .ale at
r-ijiiic competition at our office In
Lucas 81 Bridgetown, on Friday Itie
l.i September 1SSO at J p m
CARIirvaTON t> SKAI.Y.
BBllcttor.
idenlaned will oBer for sale
Ice No IT IIIBh Blreel Bi i
I WMaMday. 30th Auguat, 11
ill Lot M. Navy Garden*, conlainlni
II.Mg xruare feet abutting on Und
of the Marine Hotel on ti,v *a*ath
and on York Boad on ihe Norlh
'" SSM quare feet of land at Chela*.
Road. St Michaal, adjoining land
of Mr J N Mannall on Ihe We.
and Mr Jonneon on the south
Tor further nart culara and rondltlo-v
of sale, apply *o:~
COTTLX. CATTOBXI A CO
S3 S BO-Sn
B A KB ADOS II
The undermentioned property wi
Public Building*. BridBctown. beti ..
Ihe date .pe.lAed below If not then boWI. II will
Friday ai the name place and durtna tbe seme hau
OH aopl.iatlon lo me
Mb'SKIBSON ft, mi / \
ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land 'formerly part
laraer parrel of land conlaiolng by eatl
COUBT OF CHANCCHY
t up for sale at the RegwlrBtlon Office.
and 1 pm for the sum and on
,p on each lucceeding
sold Full peril. gggBJ
raor*.
i containlnaJ by -
about* which was part of .
Kuthi Acre, or thereabout. ____
View Plantation, situate In the pailih of Christ Choi
aloreiald ronlainlna by admeasurement Three Acre*
ihrrrabouta abuttina and boundliui on land*

Eyenlcy deeeated belna ihe remainder of ihe *aad Flra Acre,
mentioned nn land, of the Roektey Oo" and Countiy Club >
of C E Clarke on other lands ol Dr J I nar>. on land*
l'p*et Pi Ice SI.
ir.tn September, ISM)
VENEZOLANOS
AMIGOS
I M Mu- AR lit I OS
III ORIENTAL
Dt LA INDIA
CHINA. COVPT
VISITOR
FRIENDS
Stock .
ORIENTAL GOODS
In.m INDIA. CHINA
and EGYPT
Viftig IIIAM HHOS.
Pr. Wm Henry Street, Telephone ,166
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
Si.
BIAHON
A.rs.1 r.VA.
Formerly Ktsstsl B'-'10"
FOR SALE
IIILIaCRIBT B*th***ba
well conatrucird "on* bum
tandlng on S acre* nee
round with .weeping *'
ine Atlantic Verandah on .
1 reception 3 bedroom-
be.lnai kitchen, panir*
ropay'l
tvited
FAIRIIOLMT Maw*!l RStSlg,
it*d Option "w take gi
acres of good arable land H"
potential develin>>"'' poaaibllll""
Thia icidene. v> -.und
bun, and contain. J rerepOJ
] bedroom, .one -HI
and lollet'. klSThen pantry -
study There are 1 aervan
rooms and --* The propen
bathing I. *lo^ at hand
CLOUT) WAIK Rend.
Hill. Chiut Chorah M
bungalow of Amermn i
sssi a *gaV"a* -
.bova *ea level MegnWVent views
r'oo.n. SaV. 1 bithraom.
tub and .hower modern Kit
laundry, servant.* quarter.
.satio facing the wa ton
gard*r,a, Mandtng In *>nrwi *
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Auctioneer Kurveyw
PLANTATIONS BUILDING
Phone 4sM

It detxnds oo ihe
cost p;r mile of running
a irutit I'hc New loiduin
Tharrci Truck with if; tough preci ion-buhl e-1 nc and -
tra cipiit-.ty body, cuts operadiic co*ts. ltipOfti i ul hydrau-
lic bnkts increase the safety ofli-td and drive .l.ouIJ >-ou
prefer it. tou can have a diesel in^i -id of n**i ".^inc. And
as to scnice facilities, wc keep your Truir.c-tt.u k in tip-top
oonditicn throughout its lifeiih if^retattJ * ,-hameal tt-
Bfli'rf ai InsfixtJ fnntif 'rhun-.c. TrucU cut mote money
hecanv: iheySAVI-'.AIORI-.l
CHARLES McENEARNEY & CO., LTD.


PACE EIGHT
RARBMXIK llYVI'f \TF
WEDKESDAl MT.L'ST M. IKO
Christian! Scores
2 Fine Centuries
Clock Beats West Indies
As Middlesex Game Drawn
MIDDLESEX 311 and (/or 4 wktt.) 209
WEST IhfOIES 343 and (for 3 wkts) 148
ROBEKT CHI
l he H
W. /. PLAY
KENT
TOD A Y
Tot mi y the West In.'.-
0U the thirtieth a>rw- '
with a i i
. bury

against mi

Imi namr- us wail
i "con Is in bin i
v/hlil) thrv -nn be |ti-
fixat of th i
I. : i,
4II\\\II \\\ l>.rll It
uickelkecper. was in excelUm form with the bat at Lord's <*_ iff
lo-day end scored two fi' i i
with Middlesex Hi* agex
without btin< dismissed

It wa* highly
play was
that the touring team ivouU
first innlniis l*ri for "I'h i
men out tin
runs. But Chrtftiani, clever!'
rhtalnlng most of
shared In a stand of Hfi Id
mlnut.
establish Ins a new re
ninth wicket of a wvi Indian
touting team m BnySand Th.
previous best was 82 bv at V
Fernandes and J M N.liblett
against Cambridge Umveri
1928. When Johnso;. "-
catch to mill off. Christian! n>-
s.ven runs for his third i I |
o( the lour, but Vafcai -. mm
while 40 Wtra put on (or the g*J
211 In .1 Bulls
Chiialianl obtained 38 of thMS ,
i. eluding five boundaries In I
over, his driving nnd leg I It
were specially good, arid in
ing 131hi* highc-i innings of thi-
tourin two hours and u half.
he obtained one six nnd 21 fours.
John Dawat hit one six. and in
twelve fours in a stay of two and
0 quarter hours for a* in Middle
MX second Innings which was
declared leaving the West Indie?
tc get 178 in nuacty-three min-
utes They went for th,. runs bu
:h- ,-lock heat them for whe
.stumps were drawn ihcy > lit
nly thirty runs short When rSe
frurtii man In, w.irrcii. w*nl .<
the crease 74 run.* weir iwdr
in twenty m\ iiiiiiu
lEOHt.Rl- tllltlSTMM
Christ.
i>;h'ii the ni-und
lii.ru soon helpni
fours off fast bo1
Maishall la
uininfs. Chris-
bimsaU to i
and
VI
1
'--ill.

......
-v lii the

I OW TraJford, m
;ing els. won that
land
'.' ns li ii ha* breii seen at
KrflMll|t<,U. .ir.
and capable Judit* of 'he ranv
cimm'titfl o i Mi I '
ei-kreplni tr..
lie bit too mu-li .if Ihr (apt.
akWl 'e him."
The Wmt
com up .ik-io-i ii v.
H. Wright whoso bawling Hi the
mial Test convinced crttlca thai
I form which earned him respect *** *' * IntarnaUonal Cluumcl R.,,
iiiid wickets against tin- Austra- lira" a victory hantUhako aa be entt.tr
Uani -wini was 10 Ins .'>.' linn- lirevkiug tk.
He took 128 wkts last
Lntamen con cent rat til upon mak- Chrisl
mg a chance fur soco i i minutt-i
bj hatatianl By hitting thin i
lii tin Last ovei oj the aan i
tlanl just succeeded ar I
laud the feat of Geoi .
in the Lord's Test match in 1939
Chrlstiani's loo out of
minutes cootalnad 14 fours and ho
also became the sixth W<
batsman to reach l.00 runs
duting the tour.
tin total reacfaad 33 in 16 mtn-
iitas when Marshall was leg be-
fore.
t'hrlstianl
tap ..ii H. n tab
I .icon nrai bv-1- b
I At that Man"'
and th.- Hi tfara neeuVd in 41 minutes
hi BQ in
isaaoa
champioiislup gnmes and has
been selected for the 'down
muter" names.
A. E. Fagg is unothi-i
player who has not yet quite
fulfilled nil his promise, but who
IMrVarthafaM has been doing well
enough, ss has been Brian Edrlch
tiothei stalwart of the Kentish
Kninvmenl
old . ft. Egypti*ii swimmer, win
and the 1.000 price, unlton nnd
Dover. His ttm for th* Channel
Mg record hy It miuuUv
Express.
So today's game will lack
nothing to make it one of keen
Christian! and Week*** ml up ,merest. ......
it :,B mtautas, out four aantM with Kent are alway
runa latp th.-latter was stumped keenly eantaatad. and s Griffith
..hen off balance after attempting u-ho visited the West Ind (
H
BriBhi Crieket
The enUTUiiiuiig rsarorg ninth
wicket stand betwasn Chilsuan
and Johnson for the W<
eg hit
Worrell came.in with 74 m'*d-
, I la 28 minutes and Iha hid

i ,.: i i. m h ins - nd canturj ol the match W.....11
much of the bowling
two nnd
keji olive the early p,a> : >-d ;. ver nf the match off Y'mnf;
the 1948 M.C.C. side paid
county a deserving tribute when
he wrote: "Playing uga.T: | Kanl
is always something to be en-
F.ven the 10281933 days when
lUtla "Tieh" Freernon. the
,_, diminulive Ke-t spinner WTMRarl
and by hit mg 2 fours iimontf w lmXmen^ hP did
JKJ"' it with a smile.
10(1
ami ... vi tin :..:.
tiings lead over Middlesex of 32
runs.
By lunch Middlesex hud scored
23 for no Wicket in then -con
Innings. Christian! and Juhnson
raised the partneiship to SO In
40 mins Chrlstlanl reached .Vi 0U) I < '-<''
ol 83 in 75 minutes and with John- victory
son bringing oil the occasional The Scores:
big hit. the stand realised 96 in |.._n..i
HO nuns ber.ne tl I..it. -x .
a catch to mldoff
llanho <
When Valentine, the last man.
"."** ,. tl)-' Wo^lay his enllaagun as he
? ia *I2S "mashed the ball SO elegantly tl
hit 14 fours )hp nUf
T< Neville Cardus. the 'lean ol
.....k beat the tCAlrig j ^fSffiX
aecounl oi a ...one
M run

H
I nnd cent ii
thi- loft]
Of 1 L1 'he Wriiciwjleir
waiblingh.....Wonllcy <.t Kent
ornlnfl out t'> 'nt
inte th
iiket the West Indies First Test at Lord's:

came In Chrlstiani needed 7 for his
third century of the tour and |na

la>w.
i vousts
Vouna
I
. -.in.
...

Tola I
West Indies required nine to take
the lead. These runs Chrianafll
ctuickly obtained and the innings
blosed at 343 when Valentine W*f
l.b.w. tti Ccmpton Chnstiani took
cut hi- bat for 131 which, scored
out of 185, occupied two hours
and a half. A truK glorious ta-
rings Included one six and twenty-
one fours.
B) Uie interval Dcwes and *-'
Robertson had scored 25 without v'.
less in Middlesex's mcond kirnck. <
Dewcs and Robertson took the >* Middlesex score to 49 In IS nun- mi-.*. Issesat >
uU*-.. before the lattci l "-
tamest of return catches to Vnl- rrtl
entinc. Various bow linn cbangea ri*v*< >-- * *"**
^oulu not tempt the babnnen to in, no" *-ut
take rfek.., but altar a quiet spell '" ;, ;; .....
;ue. s ifis. i i. ?!'-
BOUUMi ANALYSIS
IS S M
11 I M
Bo
Kent .
will but thiee names Ml
their tlxture card, will tTJ bni
lor another win. To date they
have 18 victories to their credit
which l>eat the New ^UUldacs
record last year. The Hn
/.aland team won 13 ot 32 games
rlayeti, drew 18 and losl one.
At present W.l. ore In ail games
N won IB. drawn 10.
The team *eem bent on finish-
. g the n;t
in
whn*. of it boys.
blare of glory.
_B-M
that* seme a *uddei
scoring. Dawet off drove Marshall
lot 4 and nulled him for 6 in one
ever and drove two fours in Wor- ^ltj
veil's next over Edrlch after
straight driving Marshall for 6.
ondrove Worrell for 4. Then ,\
Weekes came on and with the first Vsiaauaa
ball got Dewes l.b.w. These two *""'.'
wickeuiell at 152.
Dewe 'ill one mx and 12 fours
in bis 86 which took 135 minute*. ur>i iii""\. .
Denis Compton hit 24 before bein* thru
caught by Rae. ' v*"1'"
T UUWLIKG ANAt.VSIfi
-"imi huuasi
Going For Kuns
Middlesex declared with th.
score at 209 for 1 \\ ickets leav-
ing the West Indie* to get 178 in
93 minutes to win the game.
That the West Indies were dis-
posed to attempt the task of fat-
ting the required runs was sug-
gested when Goddard <'.'

Kent Team
Diminished
By Injuries
1X>NIX>N. Aug. 29
Because of illness and injuries
l ant in* n problem in selectInr
,-n uBarn to mat tha Waal
Canterbury tomorrow.
The County cnpUlnl D. G. Clark.
Bl had a strained muscle.
gUUkd bOWatl Dougl"-
A'right doubled b>
ll.mbagO. will t'-st dieir fitness in
the Canterbury neti before the
begins.
Oeflnite abetntMS are T. G
Evans, broken thumb, and the
iiiiiateur batsman H A r*nwBon
The team will be chosei
i. Q Clark, Ames. j. W Martin
m t Cot Fagg, Heam
\* ight. Dovey. Ridgway. Woollett.
lufton, PI i linrshalL
Reulri
English Cricketer
Praises W.l. Team
Bv TIIK SPORTS KDITtlK
MR. CEORGE DRUMMUND who |g gf preaftnl :.--.
E^igland, jnd wh<' lives i in y. .u tiera at his
country jc.idc!,,. ..t "Buckden1 St J ., fbl-
Inwmi; the \\Vst Indies tout with grant Internal
Wak-olt

Waslihrook might have been
out every other over the ball
repeatedly missing the artekel
and. luckily for him, the adtf
of his bat.
verj unfortunate lor
-i. Mattm
Simpson nor Compton may be
available as these two would
deal with the spin
howlers in the only v
letting right out to the
pitch of the ball Th.
'fie... if successful as I think
.
I dith batsmen who
In follow
(ample, In which case
Ight get a lot of runs.
i.e if the ipla bnwli

'The We-i Indies | think '
H
)
I feel sure that on the
Wickets at Nottiug-
i.i the Oval, given tine
a Bihar of B urea, Iha Ifanl
; i ini it of runs
"When the team was pre-
cided la the King in front of
the pavilion at 1-nrd's. every
memlHT bowed and shook
hands with HU Majesty like
Courtier* nnd as though they
me It all theft I
about '"
.
lUCfe I think it is
10 to 1 against them being
On n hard wicket
.ii Loru
aan iha
West indies in 11*04-1)5 Mr
this Ihrummnnd saw the
i na-Uarbados Test
tun earlier tin-
left tor England am: ,
thnt Iha team was playing ertehni
tiiat would rnake Utern .
!
'.ill
With ihe amount of '.line in wrUCn
mile similar Roberl Christiaiu had to m.ike bi-
! i.ig left hander Frank Mrokes and thought thai
Uanl would end up the tour at
bast with third
bava been tntn pleasao
ei (otrmnneo
131 not out and lot) no' it i
Kamudhiii iMa\ Pla\
For l .ruiM|iliiM
-OFFERED 1,000
LONDON A
Sunn. Hamadhin The West
Indies aptn b "'
sign (1,900 eonlraet to play for
th. eeiitral Ijincashtrc
.> club next season.
If he doe* be will b>
a week f. r twent
which ha -*ell -.^
play Hamaonm will also be jokl
l is fare honM :.. Trinidad.
The West Indies be*
i t t-oay ihn- he
-igned.
Rej.-er.
Symmands* XI
itefeatMorreti'sXl
A iwo-duy matin

i utrigjtt ir. .-* -
monds* XI. SkipiH r S


eon
paco
rdnpei Bymmon .
lor Mr. Worrell's XI 11. Worrell,
A All.-vne nnd H Suttle took 5,
.or 26, 3 tot 22 and 2 for M re>
. civ
XI replied with the
It eagie scoie of 36. of which J
PnilHJ BCad E Greaves made 1"
. nd ii respectively. Boe
XI M Syinnionds and
1 Ilmoie tnnh I
necotut 1 ii it i ii g s
Batting a second tu
monds' XI were quickly dismissed
tor a small total of 30 runs of
which T. White topseored with 5.
Bowling for Worrells XI A
Alleyne and J. Garvey took 4
.or 3 nnd 4 for 8 respectively.
However Worrell's XI were given
118 runs to make for victory- At
the end of the 1st day*l nlaj
Worrell's XI replied with 14 runs
lor 2. Continuing on Friday on
i rxact wicket the remaining
batsmen scored fl win-. x!ucn
"nok their second Hinlngfl total
I Alley".. H I'
it Suttle made :t3. 19. and 12 re-
spectively Bowline for Mi >vn -
monds" XI O. Fields and M Syin-
.nonds took s tar 'in ; (or II
respectively. Thus b,
" l an outright victory for
Symmonds* XI.
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The West Indie., side
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