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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, June 14, 1950
Frequency: daily
regular
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Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
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Xa>r ii.
GRIFFITHS JOINS SUGAR TALKS FRIDAY
Tourist Industry Needs
Immediate Support \
ASSEMBLY ENDORSES
GOVERNOR'S SPEECH
'"THE IHH'SK OK ASSfcMBLY aRree that ihe poinl- ra >cd
b\ the (rincrnur in his speech a| the opening nf ihi
present legislative >es*iou, reluti\e li> the necessity (or
niding the tmirist and other secondary industries, are de-
sert lag uf immediate and (till consideration.
This was among the matters with which the House at then
meeting yesterday expressed agreement with the Governe-i
when the> passed an Address in reply to Ins speech.
This Address was the report with a slight amendment, oi
the Select Committee appointed to prepare the reply. ami
it received unanimous approval
The amendment waa th.it af Mr M E Co\ and It referred to
. pprerUtion ul ihe aervlre* rendered ihe eolan> b> Ike lli>n N i
Tanner
t Mi G. H I
Chain an 11 Uh ti*ci' mimRee.
B| of Bit A.ldrw
' H
.....embers.
It reads:
The House of
Your Excellency for the ipe.cn
hich Your EarnftkaBey w
Local Workers
Find Matters
Deplorable
AT SI AW ELL
Some members oi Dw House ofl
A* etnblj at in*- matting
complained abouf alleged unaatli
factory conditions ot work tor
Uaibadian aftlaani and uanaallnd
workers In the construction of the
new runway at Sea well Airport.
Consideration was bring given to
a he-solution for $18,430 to supple-
ment the current aatlrnoM Parl
Jl Capital.
Mr G H. Adams moved the
passing of the Refutation and Mr
F. L Walcoll seopiideU
Itad Conditions
Reii'iniik to Mux 1! In Jn
Senaduli (New, Aui>uri Simmy '.
Mr. It G. Mupp said that he
understood oonmUOU of labour
for Barbadian WM 11 on Iha HI
runway were not good and wan
even different from those for the
Trlnfdad worker. It
he thought. Inal tin- arnployaia
there be mad" to realise that they
cannot carry on in thn. v I) and
he hoped the QOWDM
take all possible measure* to see
that there be piupei pOO
work lor the local ucoule on the
Job.
Mr. Crawford tt) said that since
March thi* year h had drawn il
to the atli!.'.. '
Us
the House fll-t peupU- working >,t
Seawill n
very satifclaitois condltli
enee to the Orh l Pi
that the question ha hi
stated that the maJOMt;
artisans were paid at ttie minimum
wage rate which had been tixed
for the remuneration oi the Lowei
rate type of worhen employ
Sea well
pka
upening of th Le,...L< - - '
10004)
Economic
Development
artlh
Your
Excellency that Q
nlofinwiil ol Bni 1 pan
mount Importance >nd welcome
uny plan rie*fgncd to give C.Teci to
UCb development In this eon nee-
Uon the House look forward to
mi early consideration of any1
plan, of a short or h'ig term1
nature, which would n
unemployment situation
The House agree that in a plan'
oi economic deealopnvi t
eratlon must be Riven to tin
-.tJihlishment of deep tt^tt
harbour for this Island
Th HOUN endorse Your Excel-
lency's main proposition that in
order to ensure economic develop-
men! Barbanaa must by evary
means possible increase its pro-
duction
Extend Wnter Supnly
The House agree that the pre-
requlatni to Increased production
extension of our water sup- I power
klarb With u-N-rence toi reepect
Picture Ihowi Uf B
where the- i
accotnponlad by tt*
BKutd Street
-tet.Uo Th,
...i on t, Mm
. I l( ll
1
Pikktaa v
U.S. Is Not
Arbiter Of
Democracy
CH *P*1 HIL1 North Carolina,
II
Th,- deara* "i demoei
otbnr oountr'aa v
to be inferred to Waal infton f<"
dedalon, M v.
Deputv Ami* tent s-- t i
BtaU roi I itei v
said in a ,-(>ecch hen- tonight
-We di
to be unui' -V dalunoni n* i"
Iha onto ,t .....in- authoj
id our responsibility with
he |
CHURCHILL DC MED CO 1L
PL 1 V 1MB A 77; / V HOUSE
I ONIX)N. JWl i
I lint | ...
hindei the Sclu.man Plnu
I tht ll'i'iui > ir.inons hv qualified tin* Brltith
Lhn ScbUOaU 1'Un b> saying that the manner
i.ii can help 'will only jpuem altei the neu1
1 hfflJUn",
Ihreetly be bad completed nil
i arvattva
othei
counti im i'
market gardening and other food democrars
production the world
With rngard to subi.Jdlzatlon the "We connidei that th>
House agree with Your Excellency much rit(ht lu kill BWD
that this is a matter for aer'ous we have Wi- bear In mind
.- ...lei.iiiun and feel that further (he prttwlpta 'hut the free-
t ! Iixul.i be \..... tn the
'..- :.t nf the (l>henes aiid
liventnelt Industries
PI i
House note Your Excet-
Mfeieiue t Hi.- Tuuiim and othei
Mcondary induiwa] ana '
that Iha p KxenUanej In raapact f u^aaa
matters are deserving of im-
* On Pat* 3
tnm to d riaht Inevltal
tie oppartunw '" do i
Mr llarl-'i "
ptople appntaehi-u i"iii\"
ecu relations in a spirit <.t pre-
occupation with the
democracy xhihitad b) tacl
nptibhe -Keut-r
The conlraelors had apparent < .t | [ III llo 11 Will Pill*
Is taken li mi.." of Ihe -itin *
Viiiiiii Next Month
mi-, to pay the minimum
rale. Men were railed upon M
wark 10 hour* a dav sis ,..s,
week with no pay f|r overtime
and wages were paid rortnishils
Instead of weekly a waa the
ii>uj1 custom In thi- 1 ennti v
where sueh worker* wre -oi-
eerned.
At the time that he had asked
the question th,
badians emple-.
watchmen. unafclUad
electricians and chauffers a? onlj
I, On Taur $
LONDON. June 13
Dun. Compton. England's
n si all louod ctufcclei. who
is in a London nursing home fol-
lowing an operation on his nghl
l-.nee, is U pla> cnvk.M again >'.-x\
i.iiih. th.- M ('(' st;.ied lonikhl
The Mlacton of the M.C.C. side
to tour Australia during ihe WUV
ter will not dacide about t'omp-
ton's lttne!.K for the trip until
August, tha .-'itement .d.led.
-Reuter.
44 Dead In
Plane Crash
Six Alive
Bowi-Me-Over
M lN< HESTH
1.11
the 1
Utii
n't
|1
...
..,.-
nut iMiwlac bank"
when the mercurj
1.....told I" the tlj'
1 The howlei
i^ tin- traditional hadge of
'ejdets"
1 NS
Refund $1,969
To (iovl. Hotim*
THE Hou i
!

for iha
i
for SL369
With the expcndi-
entert
hAHHEIN. Persian Gult.
F-rty-four people wei
It^st when an An-Fru
, ntn th*
Mb on* Itahinn in the
early toVda) s,x otrMl
were picked ui
The an.i ...
bound from Karachi bul
and Kararin airp<
with the oirl'nn ihortl) baton
it was due ti ..irive ..: Bahrein
There tvara 4t ;
eight crew F.ve bOfl
been recoveie-l Om ol
vivors was seriously innned
I A member of the eriw pfeSfcad
I some piissengers got
iwny m i- i aft whan
rashed.
Sur\ imus
Passengers
heved to uvlude French COlOi
oinclals returning to |*rnj i
iiicu wives and
A telegiao. '.<.
eeivad by a i aaM
sons had been pi
uml four Head
to-day sani th n i
urvivoi' fi'tir i

i .-. .
rttr eonrnnm'qi
i
.ii unidantinn
Heut-r >
Govariinwni Houw. of H H.H
i'n i< an Al ami Uw Earl of
Athloni d liait to the
island
Addendum lo the K
.
lad in the House
pf Araembh that it would be
17V I"'' Ol the
I i i uh at ol
reared II R.H Prl
Sky-1- reran! hut to

Winston Churchill rose to d<
i full-tire- What
aaaff woak
The Leaner ol the II
m. rbarl M

MjM>e .i detata.....
Milt III
I Inn bafon
(uli rat >
A long i
wMch Mi
tnadi- It clear lhat tht I
fta woul .i
,...
... Pai I urn i
.
Udi reo
| | .(,!,. | |
[tl
I '
ere praatnl In full roree
it. g|t
FrftC Nations
Can Seal
Russia's Doom
w hi LfcSlJ "> Ma* ... hi
June Ll
Mi pnuJ u Hofl
I
iic -Klein it u doomod if Uh
! contlnut
. Ihei
Spcakli Collage,
Mr Hoffn hlidt ip com u -
i......f hi .ui act of
Ith Th<
. i .
., ith the ItussLm dicta-


d
Id. K.iiiitin,
i wai coinpalcn t" a
. 'i din
. role lo tii......
but ll
*
Reater
"Real Business
Mow Beginning9
Say Delegates
.Tories VihI Housewives
Continue Su^orl
tin
i Our Own I urrespondeiil)
UOfDOtf, June 13.
^|R. JAMES GRIFFITHS, SecreUry of SUte
for the Coloniea, is expected to take part in the
Wev tadlft sugar diacussions when meetings are
resuntd at the Colonial OiHce de-.uiWly on Fr iay.
This v.H bo his first oflicial imroduction tn the
ugsi question, although he did meet the delegates
Informally before going on hia o it t.f Mi
, B \ h Went India
!, | |
..... I I I '
Mill ht tl al the real buaini nnwi oni; 1
i, i i din) lhn QovnnininBl will no) kllon] ttient '>
return ompt) h.itnled
Con-
p
am tiikif. Internal
i ie .urn norron aftemi Ihe
.... i Houn
.........**-** mevl in*
i
*' PlOMWallllHI
. Sn Ithan \i P .
W. i India* 'iib-
tti" Conaei-vattve
Irgentina
Claims The
FulMtutth


.....
.
lohn will
nt u,
.i i
!
-i .i i ..ii* the
. iitun Govet rlouaa
Uj|
ni enter-

i
; Itun
I i .1 i' iii i-xcen of
.i< iii Jan-
' i n. 19S0, iimount-
i i i . iden
.
Exlvnd Ron I
Control In U.S.
. I |Q4 II
Repn

tap aavcfi
ll nex t.
,. at i i
tn an ddi-
i The Bill now
-.
. in a 3d to 28
imilar I
il al loral option
iKeulrri
The Saucers
Are Air
Whirlpool*
LONOI U
1 DnUi Herald
tod thai ill
,, 1 i 'tul-il
Ihe II
('. Not

i lethal nnanaa ji * re
nar| '""" pnoni f awlal ailii
.inivide rnanea vhlak -M'U.n i
tin- ni>-ter|i>u- iibjxi. si
narl i ">< narld u rhlrl
nanht,
.- i .t i i
i ... . |

llgir r fraction wool.'
air Vbu*)POOl ;i fwi
H rilil f-
."
Accordin :
....
'


I
;, low altll >
In
Knssia Signs
Trade Terms
\\ ith Finland
l ; ]\^\. June 13
i
l iii trwdtng

|

ourec
I i

ISM mil
..... i i Finland ili

ond* n lei rivet
i inuCnetured
i .
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nid pin.
.
Hi-ul.-,
II r,(
\ I
murneatloi
i

lh< ia .ii.
It.nt.i
New ^ oik Printers
Go i >" Strike
N| a IRK June II
'. ii Herald I rlr jr-ni
ul >im unable lO print any
i
,
i ..
. .; at Guild
i
, i onnet Reater
'ITaiis Comnnt-
.
I a "qulr
i LW
K
Him dele
rah* will M ihla 10
II
. teUn| Mil! no; be en-
ttfl Migar**, Mr
Smlihen
II | .. i
i.-oblema PederBti t
".. i menl and
!.. loakta '.!..
.!.' .'-t lojnRhc*'
Honsnwtvni Help
ihi
the Conaervn-
M I- Q R i rfe*
BUln| I" et hi 1
i ii-nitx-rs ol thi- BrfU '' il
1-eague.
contrnulni their i it
.
[ret with i i' n w i requeat, and
.ir<- earrylni oul an Stan t
i. by a
i of Ifttera lo provincial
ipera Ihroughoul the eowMej
RED SHIPS IN BLACK SEA
Ankar.
thai ihe
pi

il

I i.N June II
radio reported ton.aht
i trawleri whu-i-
throuth 'he English
have lailett
to the
r,
/i'/u^ *>/<%


China'- Recovery
Will Take
Three Fears
Says Aljo fsc Tung

4 Injured In
Explosion
L/JNDOR


in. Prt whn I IIJ>

Israel DvtaliiH
Grounded Airmen
11 -A-Vri June is
..it ami live pat-
i Jordan

i iwieii de-

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Camera Calrhr-
Flvinji Saucer
Tin- Mv% v..i- Rjrjrnel
ll i
i
H
in
i irnal


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i than it
tl |
Keuler
I

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i: ruler
ADENAUER APPEALS
ni
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.
report their Hi*
Mr Griffith* is exoeeted to take part
Friday.Sxprrta
ihe Sugar talks on
.


M .,
> Ml -i Inveatl

board the Trmchanf at Dt
Dockyard -Reater.
REUTER'I CARRIES ON
l.'iMKiN. J me 13
rTeufrr',
Gerrnany,
lay that
.ntiniiPd
I
. by ihi \grn;-\' Inee he wee inkan
mionla.
Peet

lmpM>
loned 0B
m In ravoui
r.-llijf ihe
I
1 .-ippear-
IhougUi Reduces
Meal Shipment*
from South America

w lam
I
1
level

-I PER VIRGINIA ClUARKTTI11
Bexsox Hedges
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PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
1M DM -IVW. Jl'NE II, 1M
(fcUiib Qcdlinq dots and dashes
"Save I hi- i hildmi Fund
HV El.I.KNCY the Oov-
-".emor and Mr? Savage and
a sMaii party wUl
opening performance tonight of
lha Barbados Dram:.'
nttt^rmlu.tion. "Ttm
WtpT.' by Ian Hay and Stephen
H Hall
To Join Husband
IBS GLORIA QODDARD

M1 ,
klppw v
Icavinii Harbau\ *h.ri
'iid in England Mrs
nnritfitrri It gome In tt. I,lt-Ut
returns to Barbados on
M* Troithbound tnp
At Farley Hill
MRS D MORTON, who has
living in Barbados for
asm Ibne now. has recently
not at Farley Hill.
04 PMei
M Hortai iv from England.
been taring In the Waal
Indies for about four yean..
Iad*> Hill which is now owned
tiy Mr W Bradshaw
cewntr*i horn* bull) some hundred
ll iv Ml Mill..1> I
brow ol ; hill, that i*. < nmm.uidi a
view of the Canbocan fun
point* of the eotnpaaa.
Fartev Hill hu a vcrj i urful i
hwtorv and has several time* been *'
vua i H ill i IWil
r>ni|firm- which wai in very i
.xmt- ir-
(Mtrrd h> Su < iifihai
Lhc uUTp-iM- of entertaining P
Alfred Duke of Edinburgh c
In 1*80 when Ihe iiukf of Clar-
i qoJ and Prince George, aftei
wards. Georg* V ram*
Barbados on tin- H MS Bar
chanla. llic ton vimIci F.irl"
Hill.
Princes* Alice in htf raoatl
visit Ui Barbados also spent Ml
afternoon at thin plctui<
in 81 l*eter
^N II 1.1*
New Radiographer
Viss ANN ELLIS .imvi
i England

I Radiograph* .
'. ...
t
Hi
I iti. Enmora Hotel
m Ell ram B
l training,
'i Bristol,
i.
U) Jt.irha.daa.
Tha oil i i ,. ||n
AlexamU i
1 Homg on
three month*' l< .. i
Old Harrisonian

B.W.I.A. Pilot
i E1GHTON HUTSON,
i of Mr ...in Mrs R 1.
Hutaon of HoMown W Jam
and an Old Harriaonlan, ha*, just
passe.i hi- K a in
CAPT. and Mrs. Richard While Psychology al IfcOllI I
and their three children, In Mont.
Carolyn. Conway and Cbni who Mr Hulson is not* guing OS to
have been spending a holiday n L'ni itn i|
let-re jeturned to Trlnnl.nl p. |<
Monday itfternoon by II W I A
The* w.u- -.laving .? ; S-
Uwni.ct Hotel.
last Parliament During the war
i d In Qm >: Al'. Labour
:ic is u barrister
B.W.I.A. Hostess
L| ; .
11 I! |.
B.W.I A.
Sn. arrived tr< .. n w i a ... rrldaj
and was staying with
Mr. .md Mn Harold K
Palm Villa Strathclyde.
Served In R.A.F.
Mit n Q RUCI of rarni
Land. St Michael Sit
ui lo England with ihe H a F
ground staff in December. 1U44
rsjbirnad on Saturday ni '
ihe "Golllto" with hli wife and
tuhler Diane.
Ho told Carlb that he waa al-
boom nosae baton hi
was demobbed and said Hint ha
expected to be nrlea-ed shortl)
Shorts Causing Shortage
Mori: than 25.000 acoutmis I
ter> are needed for Britain*!
on.ooo Hoy Scouts and the abort
age is aggravated by "shorts'
Many adults have refused to bi
coot leaders because they i>b
acted to wearing short*
The Boy Scouts' Associ.it :oi
suggested that older
might set an example bJ wen
nig trousers imrtead of shorts, it
it made them feel happier.
This situation would hardly
rlH in Barbados where .ill
scoutmasters wear shorts and
would probably re-fuse Id at <
longs
To Study Accountancy
MR ARLEN COOK, ex Ql C
student who left BdbO
the Easter holidays has bat
ing live weeks holul.iy in B.irli
(ioa before returning to Trim
dad where he intend* t
accountancy He wns staying a'
Crystal Waters, and left on Mvi
day by B.W.I.A. for I
M,
pilot
rith
After 3 Years
MISS GWEN CECIL, who has
been living in the United
States, for Ihe pail UU"M yean
returned to Barbados on Monday
morning, when she camr in via
Antigua by B.W.I.A.
While in the U.S she look ..
course on Beauty CuitUN and
since then she has been working
at the "Harper Method lie.nit \
Parlour" in No 1
has taken over the "Uremia B> auto
Salon" from Miss Brcnda Hay ties
Miss Hiivne- l< to lie married hero
ID mi.i-.luly lo Mr CUVI fl
inoiid> and will the
Returninit Shortly
MK and MRS LAWRENCE
FIELDING left on Monday
afternoon for Orcnuda by
i w I A Thej are from England
and Mr rnnmng . travelling
through tha Caribbean on pom
rbe will be li i.....
.....i than lotng
00 U) Hntiah Guiana I
I
M: v < uilng will be returning
oi in ium lo Doai t bar
i ;>'... WOHD

Hi.
m

hoUdaj and they will
i. j
r^tgland lo live
After More Than 30 Years
l FTER AN ABSENCE of tlni 1>
bar (or
ie taking
here
Mrs. Holding told Carlb la .t
if she had to live in
.__ Indies she would choose Bui i
I'll be goit ui Vlien-li.n- for tin- time they i
... Ihn r-r.rtll.l.jijik l__ __Ltl___-1
bbaai i end
pai ||
of in i lima ban

D1^:;:.1
AL
odd years from their natl
Barbados. Mr. Leonard Pucker-
ing and Mr. Conrad Weekos are
back again, and they are pleased
to see the improvement that has _-_
laken place here since they left TrlMU|.u| .,,, ,5 a
Art Visit
the United Kingdom In
for a aix weeks' stay is
Sybil Alterk. the Trinidad artist
Her vuut has been sponsored bv
i tl Council. Sybil li In-
truetreai Of an art sehool in
Trinidad and U a vtce-Prealdent
J'^i J? w 'Y *R "'""' Isliind-s Ait Si.ieu While
and Mr. Weckw arrived from , KnKlm,ri> ,nc w-, g
New York recently^ mctli I Ling, visit|3
Mr Puckering left here 36 y. ci.iiti'in|M.rary nr'.|st
ago and has been living In Ihe
r s a ever i tnoa n,- is married
and has three children. He is o
brothar of Mrs. Darcy Small of
My Lord's Hill.
Mr Weekes who was an Assis-
tant Teacher at St Giles Hoys'
before he left for Ihe United Stales
34 years ago is also married Ha the "modern"
i one childa son. He also ha.-. Cbabnaford, i
< at I Haul. Itl
it 4 kat Si., get
IOI
lias Uic makings ui ita use
itti
. i >m !! iivaa yoil aianf
I UM room II snould
i- I'Upl 1*1
.i wiitmut rouni toosrii.
rat die ium?
PISi .- ll.nt
I
Hi ni us> id mim
Xin 141
111 >i. nfi- an
*i:i proriflp it i4)
.... prim (41
i-l Jot liila t-. > yi)
IfM mat or i
Deva
In Pritona
GEOFFREY ile FltElTAS.
I'nder-Svrn t.,
the ll..me Oilhe. whose sister and
motbtl Uva bi H.iruados. has been
spending nil i*i-k-ends visiting
prisons Ha tai coocentratad on
prisons, such as
whith BlttaMt
m few cousins here, among whom prlaonefl oik ,it useful trades
is Mra. V. G. Workman of Govern- and crafts butaad of sewing mail-
ment Hill bags as of old. Mr. de Frvitas.
They aro in rcsiden--.' at who is 37. mil ml.d Mr. Strachey
Madame mils in Hastings. as Under-Secrctary for Air in the
iS Piacs. III i
.. i .. Migni
.i or c .. :
>- u food imr i iik
- ,
i
i.Bt- i tt- Dur'ooo
od care l. i4*
I
.,"io-rf'*nrt*rt _.
BBSM n*t
I -i RIM P

BY THE WAY
By BEACUCOMHKR
THERE waa omothlng of a
sensation in court yeslerday
when Mr lloneywcather OooflS>
boote entered a plea of de coniu-
mace rapifido against n |>erson or
persons unknown.
Cocklecarrot asked l>ruM|iiel.v.
"aitachment or aaquaatraUon To
which CliKiseboote ieplie m'lud." Whereupon Mr. Tinkle-
bury' Snapdrivcr said, "That would
be a prerogative writ, m'lud. of
crrtiorari or procrdendo. I make
a counter-plea for a writ of ian-
damas. Quorc Thoroirrip ilaunon
irrgil, without de bonur aspiirffltls"
"This is mere gibberish, m'lud,"
shouted Gooschoote. Mi Fuel
Cocklecarrot's reply was drowned
by cries from the bark of the court
of "One more bitter. Raymond, and
you'll be webfooled."
Cocklecarrot'* Rvbukv to.MI
MR. JUSTICE COCKLECAR-
ROT. assuming his weightiest
manner, then said "The .onvivial
habits of members of the publx
being | matter of indifference lo
Ink
it, I think il would be well
tfereni M to drinks past or
to mine eie nstrule-i to other
and mori- suitable premises; nay.
ill go so tar as lo say
i i eonoaraad with the
future malformation of
,i boon-companion vergoa on con-
tempt "i court it i* my privilege,
r | pi Hiding judge, to Listen to
i alderaaeh without having
aulted by taproom non-
; i baaaj lorl Laarned
counatl, loo, will planaa to remem-
bej tint this case ocncarni the flan
ol ,i trading Urm. and is not an
.in scraps of legal rigma-
role rescued from Tudor dustbins.
Dico vobis siultisMinis ul satis
hahavi vestrlbus absurditatu Vos
gTOllim farimus mihi. Non pro-
ire .ih-iuod plus."
d/wrt
THF.HE were gay aceTU .' I I
i hit.icy stadium last night
The wrong greyhound waa doped
. gpaj kanead di
il hit the .-mug bookmaker. T
iindoped greyhounds began
until in the middle of the race. -
a steward who interfere.! i
knocked down by ,i I
..... i ol punters, who then tun
M tech other. A leading do
lien in ihe leg wtdla sma
ing loud-- peakei and tv>.. in..si
hookies kidnapped thi
tin the next race.
In Patting
ASC1BNT18T has said that Ihe
best place to hide from atom
bombs may be the chinn
tvw i'himiic>> were demolishel by
the two bnmhs drop|H> one school of thought is demand-
.rik houses with hundn of
chimneys. Another school sug-
gests enormous communal chim-
neys, without houses attached. In
i -i chunnej unlti ol paraonneJ
would live and work My own
run thai avarybody ought la
cai iy ,i itoul ninbrellii
6 ar 4\\>
h ^r"/'t-v.\\-
EVANS and WIIITFIELDS ,f^f>>;^
PROUDLY PRESENT 4l}\ /'.y''
THE ARCOLA SHOE
ISC SHOE FOM ALL OCCAOOSB
In White. Black Tan. Green. &
Tan & While
at $10.40 to $14.70
HEMEMHKU
BRING ALL YOUR SHOE PROBLEMS TO
EVANS & WHITFIELDS
fllfl
-. *
Mi.
Sa\
Fund la still extending ||
tics overseas It was founded .-
1920 by the late Miss I
Ji bb who, after seeing the misery
and suffering caused ui children
as a result of war In the Balkans,
dedicated hat life to I nnging help
to the homeless children of the
world, regard!***:
creed ,
Since its found i' i: the S.ua
the Children Fund" has fed and
clothed millions of children It IS
working today in Auatrla. France.
Germany. Greece. .lam.;
I non and Malaya In there coun-
tries there is an endless demand',
i for children's clothing, new or]
old. and such things as shoe* are
regarded iuxutmi
In the United Kin;:
Fund runs junioi
i aery play-group* W I <
' children off the sirret* The junior |
, clubs-there are four in London [
j and three others In largi
1 provide recreational fucilitie- for
boys and girls who go there after
chool hours. The nursery play-
groups for children of Buraary-
.chool age are filled to capacity.
William m\m LIU
Inc. B. G.
The il'iDC* of
' >* a moil
DOTS in black pattern thh
iur lavourit*. which com-
bines f.n.iontal plwtad skm.
gle'-i., r.jrki.bin maierial *>d
ihe new u-*haped ntcWina.
For Trinidad Holiday
MR JEFFREY KIRTON. son
of Mr and Mrs. J. G
Klrton of -The Grange", St.
I biUp. left oh Monday bv
II W.I.A., to stay with relatives
i San rernando. He win be
about two ok a n

Also leaving yeslerday for
V.
dgd, St Peter
Cottrell's Calyptoes
MORE Calypaoes from Trinl
dad will be heard again by
overseas listeners of the I! B C
On a recent visit to Trinidad.
I Cottrcl) took the Opnor
. .nlty of recording some of tmai
Watl Indian folk songs. He now
I resents them In his programmt
Straight from Trinidad'
I HOVM {Worthing
TO-DAY AT 4.30 ONLY
Thurs at 4 30 and R 30
Republic Double .
Vera RALSTON -
Hlchard ARLEN
THE LADY AND Till.
MONSTER
and
"Till: HIMllKIKv
with
Rod CAMERON Iloin
.MASSEY Adrian BOOTH
Rupert and Miranda16
m tha UM. *U&k i mm, ,h,t
... BUI b. it* ,,,, *,, J.^,
CUu. .,,. to Iwuufat I ' ' Ym. I
niuinlr u." -., ,h, m, ltoB _
Ify
MqI
>" 1
To-Nlte at 8.30
MADAM O'LINDY and
TROUPE
'CARACAS NIGHTS"
THE MOST POPULAH
SHOW IN TOWN
Prices: Pit 24. House 48 ^
We have just received - -
LADIES' CHENILE
HOUSECOATS
ALSO
"MOYGASHEL" Linen Dresses -Plain Colours
FLORAL RAYON DRESSES
(Sizes 32 lo 411)
We Invite Your Inspection!
I.EON ERROL
FKIDAY 33rd
GLOBE
FRIDAY 23rd
MV FOOLISH
HEART

TO-DAY TOMORROW 5 8.30 p.m.
Balcony 72.
I'.o:
SI 00
BMHM
To-Night at 8.3t|
Barbados Dram.
Presents
THE MIDDLE WATCH"
Opening Sal. 17th June
"WARASH AVESCE "
Starring: Betty QRABLE
Victor MATtlKF
wlui it'* go- ro do with ,ou.
didn I Ilk to bt (.,.-, io hct j:i.1 I
iont witu tu ,,. th*rc. s,.
C1ju to-got to m-injj< mr i
"igglcd out ol the brownjupft
nrf r*n jw*y," And before Buprn
tsn amwtr she tumpi ht foot * j
tuna m-a| i(J
r;,...
IIOW
CRYPTOt>IOTF^-Here\ horf to work it:
AKYDLRAAXK
la L O N U K r. L I, o ff*
One letter simply stands, for another. In '.V.i .'.aniplo A Is USed
for the three L's, X for the two OB. ate Blnglg letters, ato--
irophlei, tha length and formation of tha words are all hints.
Each day the code letters aro dtflstant
A iryplograni QM YHZQOERN NGTZR NAZ HGQNJZ
YI NZMXZQMZRR 8ZOYTZR E OQGTZ
UQYHZQS.
_________ Cryploquole: AND LET THE DISMAL RODS. THK
SCEPTRE3 Of SaiOOLJCASTERS. HAVE A REST-MARTIAL.
DtsuiMua 6, kUac rsuans SnMlcaia
To-day and Tomorr iw
4.30 and 8.15
Republic Whole Sena)
TIGER WOMAN
Alan LANE
________Linda STKKUNV;
OLYMPIC
To-day and Tomminv #
4.45 and 8.15 9
Final inat. Ropubltc. Sctial S
Clyde Beatty the w I
Groatosn Wild Aiiii-ki S
Tnnner Sin i 0
"KING OF JLNGLELiND^ J
with Manuel KIN.; N
Thurs. Night at 8 30
"CARACAS Mi .11 S
OPENING FRIOAY. JUNE 16TH 5 and 8.30
M (; M'.s Tochnicolour Carm%*al - -
"NANCY GOES TO RIO"
Carmen MIRANDA Jane POWELL
: Plus :
Local Talent on Parade
: Plus ;
2 l v-i
r>
ONI CABTON JKFFRKYS BEER
11 ,*' .\ , v, >.v
Save Your l/i Tickets and Win a Carton!
NO INCREASE IN PRICES.
DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.M.
PRK ES: Pil 16e.. House 3c.. Bal. 10c.. Boxes 54c.
|...............................iiiiiiiii...... uiinniiiiiimii
GAIETY
t. r..l.rtl..,l,
hi if unr
tr.il A.l.ll. I...r.
,-,,.
VAV#V///^V/V.*.V,',',V,V-'.','-V.V,',',V.-i
Do you buy
ADVERTISING?
PLAZA
i itostBT, i.fn. AMmm rBH mtra
"V\\Ki:i: In M m I DANDY
"ALWAYS IN MY HEART"
\*ft A I H HH'li MM >1 \ (Mamber. Only
NOTICE
CLOSING for BREAKFAST HOUR
From Monday, 19th June, our Office and Depart.
DnU will be closed to business from 11 a.m. to 12
noon.
Our working hours will therefore be :
Mondays lo Fridays ( 8 ajn. lo II a.m.
11- noon lo 4 p.m.
Saturdays 8 a.m. lo 12 noon
This neneral closedown for the breakfast hour has
been decided on in the interests of our customers in
order to avoid inconvenience and delays. Our cus-
tomers arc accordingly asked to co-operate bv arrani;-
Ing their shopping In accordance with the above
timetable.
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LTD
BO***
CRT*
DKLICIOUS
HINdreds DaSK
WOtUj,
o-^,
r^iW-ik .r-*ra-K -rS->
or do you buy
certified
QUALITY?
MURRAY'S
MILK STOUT
THE HAM. MARK OF QUALITY
RRAVS M11.K STOUT CONTAINS ALL THE NECES-
SARY INGREDIENTS, THUS MAKING THE BEST DRINK-
ING HEALTH AND PLEASURE. TWO GLASSES A DAY
W LI. GIVE YOU THE VITALITY TO MAKE YOU THE
INVV OF YOUR FRIENDS.
TRY MURRAY'S MILK STOUT TODAY
FOR SATISFACTION.
""MM. A .. 'ifS iVgi-rt,
-.i.::-,;;


tvrnvr-nvv jwe n. im
BABBADOS U VOC Mr
p\r.i Tiir.rr
$775 Go Up
In Smoke
AIM \MII\
. ,. .
Fin ol unknown |
- Hill V
Philip at aboi,'

to Wdfre.i -a; the)
time of ihc tncidanl

1771
miioiii, t\(. i-i itri
1 I V.
ft
i
! d( (11m
uiki
. ,
BttD
ill lir Khown for
m f'i the
\ on Friday
Ve O
iloM in
m west
A! 'I "Hi I
ChUdran Ths
. .
R *> of the
i
.'nil "Intro ' Afi lea".
MR. \iltm-v DOUGLAS-
BMlTll i II li lure at the
I Club on Thm
;il 8 O'clock. The subject will be
"An English'tmn |m| H
I ...
Mr Douuai-Smltri will also
i on i hi-
I -.i ( \. ,i. It*
I Group oi
Headquarter-
li
i itc,
TMii \: i. ORIST8 WEBI
i it ,.;: .
) on Don 7 Intend To Work
I (ike 7 Won Ihs llanlLii hour'
Declare! Magistrate
community !
[oi youi I.- il,. Wa I ip Mi it Urifllth lolil
i \.-:u- old labourei ol lv)
day when he ven monthi
ith lu.i.I labour for loitering and n
Rl .i (x-alwl.
:h'- u..... m m .'
Mad ha new n-
i
jlkiiijt In the mhidlr
Nil iiiiiulinji hln
GE*
i woin
L\NG
TftBLl
I
K,LLN" ^|lT I
. \t irpK]
Black
i.- known
B I liliet

il duty Siiaati Wiii.ii-
i...... Hock u* iiiiinii a| laoonli
. UeJ Waldron baa ria
i, iru . ng. O
*hien ,, i i Uon -Decamb
tw nrl | wa* entefesei
erven* at i
1.1".in- l>\ HI W
McLeod ! i
UN
..III
OBOWD Of U'I'l.H ANTS for I-jiis Irom Ihc I >!'ur Uclli.i fund llfcaj out-idr Hi.
Ol Mr II \ M lt.inrv Manager ol the Paanakl' I ' Bank for an inlen lew reagerdja]
Tourist Industry
Needs immediate
Support
800 Want Loans From
Welfare Fund
From ! I

'I i . Hi j
Excellei
. |
Ml.it.
|hC i!.-i \
.
.Mtn parking n a i widen t in the
. ,i aieii Got "d lh<
Por i >' n, arllhOUl light)
i chargad, Oonlcnlctl Civil Service
No dri .....rith The House art o( lb. j
..m the speed limit, l-ut nnr ,h3i for the well beta
ith driving without Colonv it ,- essential I
itaniion and Bnothci contented, experirn.-ei
.......rice and :b ih
itbrn ol i .....' uaei
Um roa i
THF. B. I CDF FINAL
M%T(H
ami St I 'inuel it
Rood on
I.,'.. .1' < <<
... p| .
. on
Lancaahir* It i I
nlngi knock.ii up 168 and In re-
draw all
bowled out on Saturday fot hi
Four or the Si. Catherine wlck*U
icii when (ha core wsj only half
a century but the batting or
Bladev E. Walco'.t. 1
nnd "Pompl" Spoonat enable:!
io make a recov.'iy.
ThMc bgtaanan mail. ?s. 33. 28
ami a raapacUvaly, um ijst
belim not out.
Fni Lancashira Hai'hng took
lll'e fnr :i in nine over*. In their
... ronlnga l.^ncashire li 9
for tlic lohs of ciliht wicket*. F
CiMens took three or the wickets
.while Blades and Snooner cap-
tured two aach.
A\ ACUDF.NT OCt'I'RRCD OO
..,-, iha wack-end
>. pen motor car M-o. owned
mid driven by Or, ll Kinn or bi-
m ill. si Michael, a M yclc
mrncf) and i uiden by Joneih
Ipoonei or Brlttons HU1, St
i and a peilentrian. I**t
Holder, ui Bei kwith Streel
S|--.nei and Holder ww laken
i ..'in i il Roapiu
. irtaa, and arcra ixith de-
(glnad Tha bicycle -.if damaged.
Tin loss OF \ ladk
wrist wat.d waa reported oj
Mai...... Griffith of Constitution

thai articles, total trait*
$42,30, uere removed from her
retidance ovoi the week-end
'
Excellency I
..t .i ii.-iininn Bcherne lor Civil
.- .if vital Importance
] '. Ra
lncy*i relereneea to the Secre-

tons derat'-*' to any s. ';

tin admini*trniivi cde Of the
Government.
FOUR HUNDRED applicam
the Lgbout Wei fare Fund a
:amo nmounl <>f applfc
Pund whleh earn, into rr>
lrlbutd by Mi D. A. M. H
LoMI Hank
Another
Month To
Raise 'Pottck'
within the pa....... '
turthei cmpia a
salvaninit the Minken "PottcV has
been atada The eaa" I ci UM ml
be seen vegtarda} with onl] Hi
I ui)' nut atauva
Of tin- inner basin or tin I
age.
ih, owner, having failed to * :
, floated '' nd of May
.. -\b GoA -
ernment, haa ieen given another
.,ii wMcb to K't Hir veuel

Thf


i

i
i

1 lra| \.. ii in rved
'


"Fraiu'es" Hring^
2.0(H) Bugs Rice
Two thousand
Guiana rice nrrived in lit
vostarda) by the M-ioo schooner
"Francea W. Swith'. This schooner
ha* alo brought among Hi earn
from B.G. 700 bag* or charcoal
nnd 10 ton* or tin
The afMon schooner 'D'Oriac
was another nrrival Imm British
Otriaiu with cargo The 'D'Ojfoc"
only brouithl 100 tons of flrawOOd
and 450 bsgl of chai
Arriving tmm si Vincent was
the "Raiaboui ti
.i. omprl ea of
. rreiK
ice , i.t. cedar
ii or ii i>-
m ivNii. i
hull
entirely
red "l.' mesa and
Many ore wonderins oijout the
ondilioii ol thf engine which hj
been under watt) rot tin i I la
>nths
L"
OCM UNO OF IIAIXS ROAD
It i that
iterated drink
his cart while ii
in Wharf recently.
kilty or
removed from
3s parked on
Malvern
Opens
Tour
MoihIuy
'Pennant" Loads
For Canada
rha ,MS-tor ss i
nonl" arrived here yesterd;i> ti
I, id 3.0011 Ions of sugar nnd .
quantity of molai i I I
The ahipment of lugai will in
, ii Si Mid, New
BruniwTck, while the molosaca
will Ik- taken foi vaiiou
dian ports. %
Waterfn itsrtod li
load theli
i
mui'i a I. i - i
uj meet tin "Pet aitl
i i ii 11 15 a m
Thi Penaoiit" wfll leave for
i, ojtH nd
\ dence
I
lid | '
.
. .. !

i
I
had ii oecu-
I
l x 10 with nlj one oeeupant.

...... ti
jrard
1
.

t leiin Pair Ol Heel-
NO MORE GREY HAIR
MIXTURE
AFRICAN
Colour, th. "ir T.l.n.1,
R It ahMhil.lv Ht. .. pro'... 0> n
A GENUINf H.MR COLOURING
A.e oft'- hMk "'I'l
Oft..
BOOKER'S i^Barbjdoi)
DRUG STORES LTD.
BROAD STREET BRIDGETOWN
MioulKturtaby t Fn I e ITI. ..
flEUROIL
| BRIUIANTINE
McVci I
icft end fkrtir
Soil In 2 Sliat*
i
w
elnn htm. began
i hint bul
:h,
. |

mi.. U
-
I
V.
I
I |
G*| ti,. ii.s ,; i
i
.
nan b
li
it .
,
a Bridgt
.
\- ibOUi the i !' irje o'
sat w
i.nr .
II
I i. Um
ii
BOpIC unfl-
I
, i ii heneei oni Foi thii lo be
roperfy h<
. i
I
Pootballeri " ex'ln * j-
ovei itn ...i.- Dangerous to Navigation
Malvern
pet ted to ___
:.,., guests of I The m
Club rranged pa- --i irKi- tree Inn
:.,<.(.'..' I i..'ii- * in- ti.m 8.47 North 50.21 West vest, i-
p.'iviiiini. Queen't Park, onldaj The pp leecrtbod
the log M d.nmerous to noviRa-
Thf ti.iu opera on Mond a
when Malvern will j A cabieEram u tin
B. XI "" I- .'I I' '"""" end fchlPPinS
K r p r> al D< D :
Heartburn?
/ fUNNHS
QUfCA
At the lit*! *ign of .idity, tuck
i.. Rcbbucb, one fter the other
\, they dfaaoNe, their arusciJ
ingRdwan ar* nffifd by vour
antes Mrattht t>- where
Ihey'rr needed in Tour at "math.
DhcomtiHt alter meah need
aevci wiv >uu again, if you
eajf| a rew R,-ip..cs they're
wrapped sepaiau-lv liki- BBSaai)
in youi ptvket or hmdbag.
If ihey d.n': hnn|t v n. rebel.
It's IUM ..... m " *>
Get Kfiiriic at an* thcami
,- DIGESTIF m _^
Kennies
Doclot'. wrUefi Otaro's fin RrriaVnt, is
11 -.ih- in |mii .iuiiiitie|ilie-tiai^lil im tin' uiillllil'l"
UMML
ol lecc. hand* and arm-f
Thi! very annoyini; evil '
be hini*hoiI soon hy regularly
usmc the deUciously raollog
and oVyinf im roii'o\\t>i:k.
whuli expel* also I IM diHgrc-
hl. odour
MMH
i-nicr^e
ml .in
I'll an aiili-epli. ili.il ..in he teed
Did.....i b-iUlioii. ami wUtMUl ilaiiecr Q| undue
di-..unlorl ^oll need a reliable killer of erm-. but it
bomU be iion-poi on.ui-. niiii'-iainiiig. gentle on human
li-iir. ami \aluab1e in priunuliiui dean uml rapid liealuiK.
Vou lired llie 1.....leril Ulill-e|di- Dtttol*.
In an
ijiin kl
:d e t t o v.
THE HODIRN A'i!|
Safff-uaid ihe cfaTdias agBaBSl uHlilen chill*
b pattttu Ihant mw vn,. [he igganlrw
wcaw of Acne* laNii kp* ilicni n
healih> even atntn '
Thia. fe original i eaadt ur
lo really hard *cji hi i i ABtai wm i .
Itoywnd it"Is love the .> i.
of Acrtcn undcr-tai aad ITOftl -turis.

--.*-*--.-.%- -- -^
*UM?%44nfc.
Specinllvi designed lor Barbddob, this
Two-tone brogue in ack/White anJ
Brown/White is now on sale at the
Lading stores.
made by
JOHN WHITE
LOVELIER* SKIN IN* 14 DAYS
FOR 2 WOMEN OUT OF ! BY
I'ALMOMYt: KKAUTY PLAN
rhtny-nlne do ton including
ii .i.l.nu *Vin li' i.ili.l. luiv.' in..* nnii-
l.l. ml i(-.l.i\ UM "i ihe Mnnllvi
Beaut) rim" in- i.i'H womer Ol U
, .. ,,i cverj typ ..I .Hi. The)
report .. definite.....liceaMe Improv. -
i. ui... the compl. fcmi ol i wometi
.mi ..l | I ..im......-I by dgned -'"i-
menu by ihe wont, n ihetmdvei).
I li... were mnoni ihe ImpfuveiuenO
n ported I
""" 'oofcln
See wliul thin IMmi will il BW v.-tir sUinin Onl) It ilavn!
iryouiv.n.1.1 iikr V..I.I eon ifeslon to ben lovel) you Ntve (hnyi hoped It could l.f.
,ry il,. i......Hv. Beuut) I'l-."-" Ii'>."'.".pl'--
# lh.ll y.. 'I"
1 ir..i/..lr/- .." / ~ '
2 HmmIni**. *" '....''".".' '
full mi*
:>
suit now, contmue fo. dy* And i
,l,. ion proved il n II I kee| (out Ui
b) At-* "
iwrr to .
KEEP THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION


p.xr.i. FOIR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
IIIIIVI-IIAV. JIM II. 19.-..1
BARBADOS & A1)\(MTF
*-...--_.,-=*^t-i
-a,.. s %. uma Oft IN. m. matf at. w j
Wednesday Junr It. IMt
IMVIIIMIY
roil 14.1:
DURING .1 rtMOl I Isfl to this island. Mr.
P. M. Sherlock. Vice Trincipjil "f the West
Indian University College pointed out in a
public address that 11 was not merely build-
ings which the Iniversity needed, but
scholarships and tinuncial support. Toll
view will be accepted by every West India 1
who appreciates the obkrCU ami aims o| I
University.
His KMelin.. > it 8 Governor al the Har-
rison College Speech Day earlier this
month suggested "that there is a tremend-
ous need as well as opportunity for persons
who can alTord to do so to perpetuate their
names in association with some aspect Ql
education In tins island, whether by a
scholarship or any of the needs referred to
by the Headmaster." He further njoimd
his hearers to "let their light shine before
all men ..." Already this advice has been
accepted by many who have the interest
not only of Harrison College but of educa-
tion generally at heart.
These two bits of advice aiming at the
same ideal deserve the greatest considera-
tion. Education is the means by which the
peoples of the West Indies hope to continue
their own culture and to increase the back-
bone of community life. Education, true
education, is the aim and ideal of all who
pursue truth and those ultimate values
without which (here is no sound develop-
ment.
At present in this island there is tn the
process of formation a body whose aim and
oojert ur, u> found scholarships and to ren-
der financial aid to ine University jui *>.
strengthen the work begun by the embry-
onic Friends of the University of the Weel
Indies. This is one of the opportunities of
which His Excellency spoke. Barbadians
have never failed to support such causes as
have been shown to contribute to the gen-
eral well being of the community. Evidence
of this discerning charity is to be found In
the support given to educational and cul-
tural institutions and the enormous amount
of work done on public boards on which
devolves the administration of education in
this island.
Smaller societies and bodies away from
the glare of publicity have made contribu-
tions to the funds of the West Indian Uni-
versity but the present opportunity is one
which if made full use of can lead (Dgn Li
er achievement than indiscriminate contri-
butions from well meaning and highly
commendable sources. It is no detraction
from the effort of those who have already
given financial and other support. "He
gives well who gives quickly." Not only is
ihere greater strength in organised effort,
however, but it enables those whose modest
fear is to see their contribution standing
alone, .to add to the greater sum even
although the object is the same. The in-
dividual who hesitates to contribute be-
cause of the publicity which such contribu-
tion might bring can now add his quota to
the line work which is contemplated.
In supporting the University by means ol
scholarships and other financial aid Bar-
badians will not only be, in the words of
His Excellency, perpetuating their names
in association with some aspect of educa-
tion, but will be 111 large measure contri-
buting to the growth of another fine ideal.
The fund will not be limited to Barbadians
but tO West Indians attending the Univer-
sity In this wav we shall be fostering in a
really effective manner the lamer view of
West Indian standards.
The object of Mr. Sherlock's appeal and
His Excellency's advice is tO secure the
best for ever) one bom the educational
institutions which we now support. They
both deserve the fullest consideration end
support In'order Ihuf as many West Indians
liblg can make the fullest use of
the West Indian University.
Illl SHHH VIOIIY Ol llll IM> Ol III! %V All
What Churchill Said To
Truman About Slaliu
w

i-isn't" alTair"
Not because ihe Carman*
1nanged their minds, i
only loo anxious to nri
Hid m, In fact. three day- baton
. belated anno
iijlwi.
Yet. while Ihc British people
knew intuitively that this mnr
, ..1m.n1 was truth, and 1-
UMO th streets to anteM
Govenunenta 01 the thn
The WmHm
SIIXNT publicly. An, .
'in-- m si*> In, quite
. imi alwaya 1
HI a nlRKt-r in tin
and *<.. .11
t'l.t,- it afami U was Russia
Thi-n- tacts come nut llowly,
..nd u years pass H%aj
important.
But there arc all tru
ol a first-class farce in the evi
of Ma.v r.-B. 1845, ith the head.. *
iniiu'tits frantically unit- iffaaiilaii
the Jlobe with telephone (5^^,
ii. < umiij
( <>rrfsp .Mill nil
II Mil

la
.1,111, ,111. I HI t-
.., the .T'l-l.i- at BhM ""' "' """" """ >'"" '
l" iiio Via" t...........> *
w.allv Uul .1,11 00 '" " dl blor 1 .peak 1.
, hurchill. Truman or Stalin. **> The whole world know.
,.-.1 by the message Ml I 80 n.t me why we shts^.o
..lad to Sulln by La-auy. ..' U til It i>
, hunhlll ...uli! say nothing . ", I.-'1;'". P"U0H .
U) let a thin, like thai '-yinn to you th.' mess.,,
. ,.,.' lie M-nl a message to MSJSLH5SR
tails.
I StaB to President Sf^}jj*S
Truman. A.lmiral WIMiam L.-..I '. ...,
cu'uiiaiiLi.
ruman asking for M -. r I i*
4 the news.
Truman, 'takmic Into
!'
' .' :-! '.
...--*
i in u< HIM. picked up ii'
tem TllMlkwUc .jhone. He
lA'ahy. You got m.'
u-legram?" fc
i n
Hi >uu m view o:
already made, my
that hr
without the approve
of. Did you under -
Ihcit lie has just wriU
a book which he colls T W
There iGolbtncz, Ms.).
A* he tells the story .. *.
. iHicvriied with punctilio when
.ill the civilised world wanted tn
do was express its relief at an
end to bloodletting.
Churchill saw that plainly
ItniiitMir*
TH story began on May 4;
Qeoeral Elsenhower reports going
Washington that a full tactical ;'ig
ipparently dirt
not. He aag.su pan i >ion to put
.1 'younger ear on the line Nil
i wn were " bit deal, you know"
i i mi. convey*!
message to Churctn'i
,ui Churchill could not stay ofil
the line (or long,
i III RCHI1X: Wlut UM
of me and of the President look-
.iig to I*- the "'"y 'WLI i-
the world who don't kii".<
The whole thing is leak
1 England and America
KinSffcte^Of^Qsflmsnt- oil Mont-' 1 U*\ absohitely nfcegsary to go
jomery's front will be eflectlvo "tf (make tn annwiicement> at
.May 5; Eisenhower reports that the very message that I am
all German forces in Europe sending_>_ou
making frantic efforts to surrendei
to Anglo-American forces ti
avoid surrendering to Soviets."
German radio reports German
Full or ii
LKAIIV made
effort to forestall Churchill
CJiritCHIl.ta- It l all coming
,.ut You will find that all the
AnMTkaO papers tomom.w will
.,..,:. High Command sign, un- SMa^SSie^ilS^ '
dlf onSJ surrender terrns. ,u b. MU* gjjjg*,n1Su.u,e,i
this matter. In my opinion.-le".
rlag ui NW Germany
liolland and Denmark
May 8: At Ithcims. France, the
( aRDBD High Command signs un-
iTeriive one mlnuW after, mid-
i .ght May 8-9. Eisenhower sends
ihti DSW1 to Washington Al
present, outside wmid k.....
.totliing but vague rumouis.
My 7: Leahy talks with Presi-
dent TiUQia.i. immediately Mndl
messages to Stalin. Churchill, tell-
ing then that the President will
make an offtrlal announcement nf
i, i< i ..t 9 a.m. tWash-
ii'glnn tuna
ll.it whet
no not wait to be told when and
how to rejoice. And the British
j eopie had great cause to rejoice
Thev arara the iirst in thai
PprlOg of 1945 to give llntnk lo
I at th,. German war.
TeffaW
HOW did they know the war
was over? Leahy says, "by
a series of premature ralcasas.
piiikcipally by an Associated
that be. and make no point to g t
.agreement from Uncle J""-
I I \IIV: Mv Chief told me
that he was unable to agree to an
isrller announcement without the
approval of Uncle Joe
ClIt'Rrilll.I.r Tliere
to set the approval
very sorry about it because
llxed it all for six o'clock and the
TtifSKftiiv M'iv H iixect it all Tor SIX ci (iwk m*i yiu .....;
(i tn
( III lt( IIII.I.: If* all i:i. t
Mac.
approval :< so
bmb.1 in van ui
;, i |Ul
1
I ources.
Churchill said he would Iry too
to tell the English peopl-
>.he'.her It's true or false. 1 <
.hat."
Hsirk AtiNin
THEY hung up. In an *.
. lull was bach
phone. It was 11 10 a.m.. May
l hurchill had had no success
v h.t.i 1-eahy
( III K( IIII.I.: I cannot stop,
Pfi Th<- Moscow pe-'iile
,..... :i. -but
,m't control your Press, nor car
eontroi
i.ll> of living In
' .tt laWf
IHRCHII.I.: 1 feel 1 bSVS
. iti viuw of the i>ul>lte.t
:he crowds that are all
K-thennt: The thmg RUM*, go
forward.
LBAHVl Know your diflt
CUlthW and J cannot sav ..
ought to do. but the Prj
.* he would not make any
.nnouncemeiit until he would
hear from Stalin. If we do hear
ID let you ki
diplomatic immediately 1 .vill get it thrc
tt. vou as f.'-t as possible.
( 1IIRCH114,: Do tell he
: r 1 am. 1
i in. some time.
Tlnif WSI U at. > 'lie -irt'ef.. of
England. Us fanes and quiet hOOMTS,
a proplfl ""as already celebrating.
.-li-lM-.ninu
AT 2 pm Washington
B |lr '.' i Ol 10
I, i-ti.ition relel t VM Div was
... n.. ch - K It was
Ihe first of "l'n, ol
umt. Uha end of UW t.
1 am <
not in fhem-.l to wail '
Did tha m<
Shortly aftei
i
CUBAN
MOLASSES
n a letter dated March 9th to Ihe Weekly Sltlt-
loar Trade Jcrarnaf. Mesr Luis Mendoxa j
i ...I Havana, discussed the problem of the dig- I
poaal of Cuban molasses at a remunerative pne-
UM following terms:
The surplus molasses from last year only yielded
between S and 4 cents per gallon on sales to British
distillers due to the fact that there were still left
million gallons and they had to be shipped or
alaa thrown away, and besides, there is a certain
Daaabai a| nflla that have not uAVient storage
faeillties and 90 the price had to be sacrificed in
order to make shipments. Under thee .onditions
14 million gallons from this crop were also sold at
bet wren 34 and 4 cents to British distillers. To
md faod manufacturers in the USMed
Stales 67 million gallons were sold at 54 cents per
gallon, taxes to l>e borne by the buyer, with the re-
sult that, with these sales added to other gtSM
agreed upon, we have already sold 93 million gal-
lons For local consumption, specially for anby*
droii-. alcohol ISsSd lot fuat, am requ(re some 70
millions, which in the aggregate makes a total of
163 million gallons of molasses already taken out
of the market.
Calling all Dairy Owners. Race Horse Owners,
and Stock .Owners.
. or duty water
jiuI it Is impossible to gto)
Just because the Russians havejin
absolute control over their iii[".'-
and under such tyrannies.
.. ,,. iei.ll* t the-c
, .niries with ft.
cannM be expected OChlM
vou guarantee that nothing W|l.
appear in any American paper
about It?
LfeAHTi 1 will
(nan uia 1
: .,, 1.1 ,tlr. !
ccaptanoa ol tna lituats
asked that lha announi
poatsonad f"- further ex,
,.f the sun' ter terms
I OOTSOI II "'"-i not nidiJ
4 20 P.m. f tt futiiiiiiloM li"ie> Maw
H that At"*" calcMNc
b'g the ahirt loll as il flew l*t. ae~
ct']Jfi'd (he ju-f.' ((' teriril.
The Tories Are Still
S.ii|ifl Party
II, W J. Hrowii
THBRI ii"*' many adiraiitaeai
In HOt being .. member of the
. ,, i|. ( Commons In the .. protehl
nrat place, you can choose your Socialist
own tompanv. In the second you
have tune to read the sporting
columns of the newspapers.
From thsaa eolumng I learn thai
Mi ChutchUl is doing well at
hnisc-iming.
I welcome his success. Uul 1
OBnnet help ontrasling UH vir-
..,,. ,.| 1 ,... v horses with the
failures of his political nags.
The aapianaflon of the ccntnat
lies. I think, in the fact that his
racing Jockeys want to win, while
1,1s poi1tn.1i cabblaa don't.
lioraovar, Mr. Churchill's rac-
ing lochaya taha onlars from tbs
owner, ifls political cobbiei won't the past, but It
van !.ik.- the address from the
fare.
The Tories' Past
MODERN Britain, like Car's
Gaul, is divided Into three parts
the Si'ti.ili'-'.'. the Tories. ;ilid the
Best. Without the Rest, the Tories
cannot beat the Socialists.
Now the Rest fear the Socialist*
The think the Socialists will grub
u-ry the country ever the precl-
nplify. Hut there would be
enough truth in it lO fortable.
Thus Socialists dastro) llhsrty
.vervthlng. it Is largely because w make men batter. That la Wh
the Tories in the past oppoaed Its Em men to go to the
doing anything
gainst, Toryism. If
;,iit the State to do
The Churchill Ms*ic
IF S.Hiali-ts preach regimentu-
tion, 11 is largely because the
Tories m the past practised an-
archism.
u -Fair haras tof " now
dominates our polltlca, it if be-
, ausa the Tories in the past based
their policle
himself
... 'each man for
nd the devil take the
hindmost.
Not even the ample mantl
Mr Chun-hill .an whollj concaal
.ft.
devil if the) Insist.
um fm Oonaarrattvea to pro-
elaim Itm.....m the l>ettei lo rx-
ploll men and to sustain oul-of-
date privilegs, is little better. It
. umptuotu of Socialists
to think thai they van spend the
1 lUgan'i monay for him better than
I.. u, ! 1. j il fur himself Hut at
no! promise to sus-
tain and extend the social services
rhlle reddung their claims, on the
the outlines
s do not
Keep Them Out
Ft K Sod lUsta to treat the story
ol Britain overseas as no monr
lhan "Imperialism" is absurd But
it is hardly worse than posing as
the Lli.iiupions of Empire at elec-
tion timts. and doing nothing
about the tapirs in the interval
between one auction and
After all. ihe Empire's slums
were not created under Socialist
Governments.
In the races which Mr, Church-
ill wins, several horses run. But
on the political race-course, the
'so to'speak. that he Tor- view il thai only two horses
"teetotaller but they have should be allowed.
ac^SaTotMha ina"7eaUn| that he . not backward If a Uber.ilrK.rsc appears at the
in Idvandng to the counter when Marling post, that is an Intrusion.
'With respect lo production, we will take safe
figures so as to make no mistake The sugar crop.
hich is officially estimated at 4.750,000 long Ions,
I -'ill estimate at 4.800.000 tons The production
of molasses during last crop was extremely high,
verage of 8 57 gallons per bag. with a total
production, including molasses from refineries, of
300 million gallons, but this year with the high
laid In *ugar it will be the contrary, for at the
end of February with 1.000,000 bags more produc-
tion we had 11 million gallons less than last year
with an average yield per ban of fl 47 gallons
"Assuming that this yield will Increase to 6 75
gallons per bag. in 33.B00.0O0 ban* which represent
a mp of 4.900,000 long tons we would have 228
million gallons that added to 7 millions from re-
inatiaji would give us a total of 235 millions If
We deduct from this the 163 million gallons already
earmarked, there will be left only 72 million gal-
lons for sale during S months and with no difficulty
eg to itoraea, for In sales made, due care has been
taken in making arrangements so that shipments
permit the storage of Ihe entire production.
The averagS prka of the sales made from this
crop for export is approximately 5 cants, from
Which pine there will have to be deducted shipping
and insurance expenses, leaving a small surplus to
Ik- spill 53-47 per cent between mill owners and
eolonos. any Increase being dependent on the price
obtained for local consumption and also on con-
tinued improvement of the market for export.
"In tin- respect it is well to repeat what we have
said so many times. We must by all means try
to develop a market for livestock feed. Such is
tho only favourable prospect w see in the piclurt
for making our molasses worth 7 or 8 cents per gal-
lon. The market for distilleries orlers lor*
First, the low price of alcohol; second
a ' il.ohol and, third, the defence programme
for farm products in the United States, u
It happens that the Government pays for surplus po-
tatoes 80 per cent of a high bash- price and after that
gives them to distilleries almost for Mthlnf and
the fact is that 110 competition is possible aaahtal
Santa ciaus.
In Ihe United States the consumption of live-
stock feed Is greater than the world consumption of
sugar ..nd blackstrap is one excellent iiigieui.ti' fa]
in 01 18 per cant of this feed, and so our total pio-
dUCtion Of molasses as well as that of the domestic
lha United Statue. I'hillip.i.es. etc.. coul
Imj utilized in livestock feed and sold at a reason-
enable price, and to that end the only thing required
is research, education and propaganda.
No more Feed spoiled 01 *
remaining in your Bucket., if > -u Dal 0U bSSHH
BUCKET HOOKS
Wash your Duckpt and hang it upside down or, Ihe
Bucket" Hook b ,., rim. TV lliK'kc. 1, .wurolv held
by Its own well*.! II drain. ..nd dries m il
remains dry and clean until wanted for use and IS easily
and quickly released.
The BUCKET HOOK can Ik- l OB Ihe side <
I .ill or upriRht.
ONLY 84>C. EACH.
See them demonstrated at
C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD.
AND AT
WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD.
-unit
What Conscrvati'
derstand u, that Mr. Chin- hill II
their biggest asset pre.isely be-
cause [tropic do not think or mm
prlmarilv Bl a Conservative.
They know he likes, a good din-
ner but thev have the feeling th.il
he sees to it that the kitchen staffs
11b is all right too
Thev know he likes a good cigar.
but they do not doubt that he
"Srttta!TRaafS not love the hands ,?u.id the cigar-case.
Tone Thev think that the Tories They ki
would hasp the .ountry perman- is no
anth Dotsad on the
abyss
If 1
in Mr. ll.it
ndSnt colts appear
I) high treason.
Mr Churchill, who knows the it is hto round;._
political raeaeewsss van' wg. inri.fh1orninn^,p ;jmT.^."which So ihe too iumsTwsstss tin
-ee. !hi< He wou<*1"|, ^^'.J^^W^^-^inXiw and energy mde-k.. kmg at the
>""; '......, ,;,Ton'b:;' ;'n ild eonciiiaip the r ok? wouW trust him who the Independont colta against the
ild not tni-sl Ihsm, howevi-r mils Mr. Churchill would
tea. Ihe So. "" I"''* **'
igedy >.( lied I" the vluimlitv ..f his part
lllsts carry wlu.h would make B closed shop
promises while out of ant I-Socialism L. K. S
do not. I should over- (World Copyright Rorrvrdl
Bui here he runa up against
three formidable obstacles.
. u.ln" V and rdi"Party lie much {vMgM!
S tlampsrad hy their history. thsU I isy that too poUtil ...
faithlessness, and their stupldit, our day to Uff 5fJ2
The truth la 'tint Boeialtom - out Uiate eieetior
rindamentally the product of. ami UM i"i'
"This programme we con and should rtarl .'
om-e. The Iirst step should be research In two
forms. Scientific and practical. Scientific
.-eai.ii in order to determine the best mat
utilizing the molasses and practical research by
means of a broad campa.gn carried out in the iirin-
CJnal cattle raising states, [lersonally from f ,rm tc
farm, showing ealtle raisers how to use Ihe mo-
lasses. All of Ihla must rest 00 m agrkult
campaign, through WTlta-Uni explaining the dlfll
Bl methods.
The money we have it IharSv What harm il
the colono or to the DdUownar to receive a quartsi
d ,1 cent per gallon more or lesswhen in a plan-
tation of 1,000,000 "arrobas" it would mean S80
and to a mill of 100,000 bags StfOU.which in 235
million gallons would mean a fund of some $350,000.
and with lh.it contribution they can insure the IU
tun of a hy product Uutl if It had no market would
cost from one to two cents a gallon to thi
"Let us set up as merthnnts and wa will win the
bnttla." HI c c
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...... per Bottle 2.10
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DUTCH APPU SAUCE
1: .fii. .' [nun tie. 111 lllc.
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(II II III MM IIS SAY:
Wa* TIW Wlckei Saicli A Phenomenon?
fo J
Slli I
of 1 onti -
1
Engj.ind 1 W | rSStSd, nmy
I erava Imltilaani lo place .1 feu
fact^ before your readers.
Perhaps |hs paslssl ilnak tm -
tar vrhkh hsa proved most dis-
lurbini. tram ii- Weal IndMa
point of view is the wicket on
which the match waa 1
was quite obvhaai to anyone who
heard the tatsmsnti of htr, Karl
. 1 : to) the W 1
Crlchot Board I 1
ncy (Manuuer of lha '
the air. thm thS]
John Godd.-iid and hh '
been compleii
Lancashire Cricket Ant'
was rather ilnlflesnt
Of 1 !
have announced lo 'he world that
no tickets or net l
sold for i.
the match. I am not
- our Iriigic
!

hshmen have outplayed u* r
"
earn won on thi-
diabolical curiosity of .
iiut was the wkhal real -
kfassi Swanton,
Arloll. and Alston del.or thai
Ihso hsve Bsvsr rasa anything
quits like the Old TrarTord Wtchai
p bsel. four years t" the
.Second Test Match, played at Syd-
ney. Australia during the 1946
v.. i\y Han mond The
in almosl
.I- ... the) ">' -
1 itatnen did
llcCool and
\ '1 1 .1 1 .; . ..in Lmd-
U 1 the spin bowlers
Hid were able to bowl to
Cotnpton, Edrich and Ci artth
I ix men IhTSO II foul ft
.1 bet Mir.- 1 description of
the wicket from <'ii:T C
it "Hammond WOO the
tosa .. . the w u ket WSS a rusty
.':.
it wouhl lad for a week, but it
at in I .1 '' Hi*
spin bevrton, Ihe ball spun
and csyne through ut
various height*" "it wss not even
tan, cousin by marriage to
true black pit
former years."
sir. 1 was not present in lha Bssh
at Old TrafTord; but I am pre-
tata uul the pan of
rurf which ihe W. I. played on
dly pre-
.
Barry, HoUlsi and Lakes
IDS WeBl Indies With a
ps.thologii'ul fear, lo
iin'u confidence, Individually and
11.Hi 1 tii.'ly. in .such an extent, as
lo last throughout the
it convinced, aftei Uston
ing to the ball by ball d*
Of Bdrlch, Bslhty and Stollmeyrr's
Inntnga, that f;ir from gi\uii: nn-
isply^. our play*!
pram worse,
should
1 in the reman
Weskss
Oofnsa hsva all faiu-ii to ooms up
to our expecUilmns Al
ankt to play
al puna, Coasted with the
mare ol snefcat, a an
dull., wind
cfclng patshei of blue or
,1 truly lunar bright Bun; but #Ven
ihe nstlvs th s thick
woollen gwaater. No. my dea>
Watson, our little hsrosi
] In little sheep t,i the ilaughb
punch-drunk 1 hampums, .. illint
hut doped. Mere skill was not th-1
only factor In order lo mska
reepectsbla > re you had in^n
held In higli favour hy the gOdl
How ws II posalbhi lor us
;
the an a manner during (he nrsi
hours ida- Bl it did durmc the
fourth day"' 1 .
day of Intanaa runahli
hen tin I The lid-
-i as far as
I am concerned Both In Anstrs-
England the Grounds-
men (Curators m the name, ft'ii
vest* pUn
11 turf
la twelve
i.d such combinations as
! ... natural toil. man. cow man-
1 other cheir.i. .
can produce a wicket made to
ordei. fast or slow, one to take
i-i cause fingers to Meed
John Goddard's pro!*-.-: will
lave no immediate and visible
effect; but ii may cause a greater
of Ihe name lo
appreciate ihe racket which goes
on behind the scene*.
Ltthonuaa prcpor-
1. .'lunir etg "i,l nullify
tl a t| poh la Ol 1 mvaders
whTthrr in b,iitmr oj bowling
Just in case aity of your reads.
nti out of
place ami there arc
. IhO facts
,
1. her famout
eterv
BRIC '
aVpe>
.dvecato
SIR. Will no one protect the
from the cruel.
thoughtless boys of the slreef 1
Bm a lover of all dumb and help*
als; it is cruel I 1
boys of the street are Bllowed 1
use gutta-perch. or rubber shngi
tO ash UM wings and :< I I
birdsmany who have young one
in their nests to Iced and to rarr.
food for: boy* frequent the SyftS
gogus p'ounds a quiet rest mi
place of the dead with lame tr
where birds rest from It*
aim their stones Will tm W
help the t 1
I.MM' A- ANIMAL !. IV1
Football
. I (01 .'.. I .
SID v. iards) pi.oii.-. ram,
showed quite a few flaws 1, .
footballers, and 1 now suggest thi
followini; icani to play against th.
Ri
foal), Proverbs and WU
hams (full-backs). T. Hutrhlnson.
Tony I lay ties and Ishmael
(halves), Drayton (ouU'de rlRht).
K WeJcott (centre). Lucas (inside leftl.
Utaldo left).
FOOTBALL FAN
June 12, 1850-
FISH
s.dt Mackerel
I'ikhards m 1111.
II' il Salmon In tins
Lakstat in tins
ireaaa aassan
Smiiked hiini'i
Sm.tknl lladdork
Frotrn Mackrrrl
CEREALS
iWrlahtx
Irr.m ol Wlir.
Gr.Pr NuU
MuffMa
PSHM IIC" per pk.
Order Nov. from
COCKTAILS
GoM Braid Rum
Yieiinr Sauiaes
Gherkin.- sandwich Sprr.
(urumhrr In tins
i .mis Groan Grasses
Cane Oaaasataoi
DESSERTS
Slrax. herric-. in tln\
1-lncapple in tins
plums In (Ins
ApricoU In tins
Grape" " ""-
fjaarso m tins
|eU] Puwders
Dessert Powders
leans) Mallows
simr in tins
Rarley Sngar Slicks
lee Cream
GODDARDS


WFDMRSOAV. Jt'ST 14. 1910
BARB \DO<; \DVOCATF
PAGE FIVE
Matters
Deplorable
From Ps*e 1
88. in a project involving n<
$1,000,000 In his opinion thi
entire situation revolved around
the type of contract under whi.-li
the work was being done Tha*
was why he had asked in a supple-
mentary question that the Govern-
ment should lay on the tabh
the Hou
CITY SHOP ASSIST'ANTS
WILL GET WAGES BOARD
MO and that 1


In The House Yesterday
arly
copy of the contract LjlXJUr UoronUH
The House of Assembly ye.sierday parsed imuluUmi to
approve the Order entitled the Wage> :'. u | (Brid
Shop Assistants) Order 1950 mai*.* u I \
cutive Committee on May 17, 1950 under the provtstoni <>i
MCtXm 3 Of tlM WeafCal Board Act. IMS
The Order also provides that wage* to tin. ,.
there shall be a Wage* Board rM Ml
bhop assistant' t-mpiuvi.t
bridgeluwii. euiisiMing of Iha '"'- ID Ihe City, lb
under which the lender
awarded.
He t.bled
U Chair- employed in the retail dl I
nidi). ind three members repre- atorta, **PSN
tenting the Interests of employers. rnt
and three members represcntln,:
. t.i.nn hi Um country
rtterc waa bet-

..vi ,i fj i psoyOf ..mi he
knew lhal

* ^niii-r-
forking >
Ml N i >*
. h
n, pan i i r

A Sktaolulwn lo wio
netted Th Pn.r,. r.
0e*H MM
um inn M]
f ir.....n *
[ such
' I I
ant (o
1 Order before in
The House had been prorogued (he interests of workers, and such
before the question was answered, other persons as may be appointed
but it might serve a useful pur- by the Governor at any time undci
pose to re-table It. because it did in. provisions of subsection 5 o:
appear to him that the greatei ,.ct-iiun 4 of the Wages Board Act.
portion of those unatl*factoi> sjjr. p. i_ Waleott iL) who took
> conditions would not have existed charge of the Resolution said shop
if suitable provision had been jssistants arts* acattarad among
made in the contract under which niiiny people in the bland and
ihe firm was empowered to do the
work at Sea well Very few people
had seen a copy of the contract.
Mr Adam* said that he ha .
not investigated the oltuatlon
for hlmaeir, bat If thrre waa any
truth In the allegations *>f
1.....1>1*- member*, thins* err
not entirely fair to Barbados
where the work at Seawcll IN
roneerned. The contract was a
copy of similar contracts for
*tml1*r work *ls*whrre with the
necessary deleUona and sahstltu
tlon of the appropriate words.
It was true however, that the
question of overtime and
particular points were not foreseen
and specifically written in. but he
understood that the matter of
overtime had been fixed and over-
time was being paid. No odmin-
utration In the world was perfect
and sometimes with the best will
in the world mistakes took place
Had Done Everything
He would assure the House that
the Executive had done every-
thing humanly possible to ensure
that there should be absolute
fairness.
Members of the Labour Party on
the Executive were anxious that
no suggestions could be made that
Kiev were making use of their
Knttion in the Barbados Workers
nlon to secure Jobs only for mem-
bers of that Union. They hnd been
very emphatic about that. Maybe
if they had not been so
brmgin.
House
There had been for a long tune
a system of expUntati-
t.n. not only by Barbadians, but
by persons who had invaded |tw
Baruadum circle, and whose Ofal)
purpose was to v\......t the efllia*
tlon as far as tin v could He
instances when hup
gsjlgti I
difficult for Trade Unions to p,^ l0|t a ,,,w wortting from
negotiate for them. Their wag.-- , o'etagk ;:. IhC morium:
ami conditions of service should f 8 Those aaahttantl VSTJ oftei
be regulated. but honourable had to pay a waasil) hill li>r lunch
members must remember that it and there was little or nothing matn>..^.
was a very difficult matter for they had to exist on.
Government to fix such w**JM Mr J. E T. Braneher IC> sup-
It was however ;i fact that th porUd the Urdci bar, U
wages of shop MBjatgglta of thr approved cf the principle, but whul
island were still below living he
standard and he hopeil that the armlleatlon Bridgetown miK
Wage, Board would give close *" *< * expression shop
aaalalanl *-- widoersough to envoi
all employees who did work be-
hind a counter whether
places or small
give
oniideralion to the needs of th<
people as they had the right tu live
like any one else.
Mr Walcott then moved the
nth<>r pacing of the Resolution which
was seconded by Mr M E Cox
Mr. ft, I. Mettley (El raid that
ike the introducer of the Resolu-
ployecs but employers Thus the
increase m the numbei
Before
a Wages I
applied in Ihey had
t. find out first what proni
icilly bemg returned by >hop


fore the '

As in the country, la*

Street
id en
make IllftVhinl tu 1
'
tuall.v th.
polntad In one U
td .ir OUtlel tin Tin- .
COUld give I
bitton
Mr R 0 Ms HP iLl
the vei> I,
.. big h.i.! pi : f.uled
Broad *hould ui g< : t.'
Mil

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ah hi <*u- <;,... ! "., iT-i m
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A IU-ohUn It
n 1 1
mil Amn4mri . 1. 1 .1
", rTTh Miv It** mulrt '
of wlion .1 at "r C
li'i"h*m.l Art IS**
See
how
shi
n*s
SHINI0
The quality Htal Polish
(vital
lIUI H>diolofl<>1 onri Vi-e-.-nl
. ...!... iha i -i.-i. .'< ..
I.- lh^ ..ir-1il- In thin !*.'
l->lillon In apptmr tl
Thm VTagn nnar.l
.(I irply to Ul* Shup AMiUM-i UM r ihe (iortoim.iii Iii-.iii..
...i.iitmt ,.n (h, j70i 11,^.. ihd. und ,hP r
and il >" 'If I-"" <...... of frllon J of ih W.*,* rtn -
t
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Street or otherwise; and it might Mow; on the qliealkMi and
not be generally known thnt even it to Hiidgeiuwn Urst ai ,| if || *,
Streel I orked luceesgfully, thei carry tt,
ihop iwleli erg made- 1' to the country
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