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I'M.I IK.ill IIAKBADOS U1VOCATE FRIDAY, JINE 23. 15II Spartan Lose To Malvern 9-JSil Centre Fortvanl Lewis Net* 5 \ BALL CLUB i t was Spaitan. thiii .\ f for iy*>fl. who m n IIJC VII U %  onla to nil. The Spni!. .. witnessed by tht* hut;' rrowii usimlh i big wwiti at tha) Oval. CRICKET Spartan Wr ..unpleielj outmoontoti on the llU ly heavy ground, the result of MOM heavy showers befortIhe start of play Time and axain In* Malvern forward Imp pivoting ..round .cnlre-foi aid CeritOJ I icd the Spartmi ticfem i m piled <>\> with ama* Five iniifLawn bile his .not untl onlooker %  of the tour The umpin Hum Ft* i %  %  i ">* K-Kulanty • '."* "I?*. .. irtnei Garcia at uuide-lefl helped with ii Km pic. ami Lynch and OBI the Int .md right rely, aingle each Kick-Oil Haflvar n team took the one run Uca>B from the Pavilion goal ninety-,,.and straight away bore down on A !,„, %  .,i opponent* goal area. All all than f "^ g; ***} i.**mg -rtlhto M :h. forward line, l^wijeveni. ually got possession of the nail. o, ,. i,-^.!.,^ ...,.h mi but "eot It over the cross bar. a .„"".' sfifSffRAsr 1 ... . Tha initial •tuiigci put. Spartan ,\fu-i l.inirh moving and then forwards < ushed down the line. Johnson at lunch thi de-right paaaed nicaly to Chaaa M aJan auvu.il. made a dabeating l nined attempt to score It was Uteri Stollmnyi. not to be. hesmver, for the daaan* %  there and avartaaj the threattour in 0 n od danger Thanaxl %  • ... the land and ""•* i """l leached his own highaal %  core wt Once again tha fast moving tor.i !.! % %  -i %  iton glided i,v su.Hr %  a tha Bald of play, and this ma Garcia finding hiv.eh al GOALKEEPER HARRIS ol Spartan mala to aavc a powerful shot from centre Fourth goal agadnat Bpi i %  Ki %  !"IH.. %  CODDARD WILL BE FIT UOVI Joi r :•_ %  .loll II ^ %  Hidaid. in. wml IgaflM lll.l IMS 1 -i il Hun lb W* baalbai •Itafat harOi md lie .-'. .. rtoaa 1 l>r 111 III! till •'ind Ti-4 Englaad -t Undv hreinalnK ..n s 4 lnrilj\ —Reiilrr World's Tennis Stars At Wimbledon By WALTER PILKINGTON Sports Editor of the Lancashire L'vening Pott" THE lawn tennis season has been u.thi red in with a performaJICg which cannot fail to have a ttimulatttM eiTei I on the gimaj in Britain for it proved what H t %  11• i and courage can accoinplath. B g) L. Pnish. a bespecpromising juniors availabli Hi %  32 %  ,! *' 1 civil ervanl ol Cfpydon, advantago <>f apadal coachjng t" I %  %  lonal Dan Ma>kcll two iktng playan anu toursaa In Lbla intemuve four %  %  I ..mpai.'i. I Ing exponent. Giovanni CUoaUL and ItaakaU h.i T(l) % „,.,,. ,„ ..,.. 11 ralrlj taatlng gama pied in aradlcaUng faulti a match of tha aiciind round **vH Cup Ui gsat atyhi, andi^onaJjratog waaa n gaaa i PbUocnani (.-> %  Bvantualb gave Italy the right rhu is clearly the onlv Hid '" u a v l-uxeiiilnii; Soutb AIM. .. %  ihn %  quail1 fn in niteiiriK the ..al I ; "" awaneil %  %  Datarminad i< raduea this lead, atonal) war* 1 u nd ,>artan lirgati to tight back ami games while A. Cerdu of the Ai fenci 1 nncctle gen tine, who led the professional / Overseas l*layersOusleil In Golf Till BIRMINOHAM J in .\ii Bvarw eliminated when the matchplaj Mages of the PanTold pri and wonm; "•1 tin Stitimi Col Bald to-day Two rouelyad, leaving eigh: %  .n,i than -i. m bvouriUM Mi-'Buntj who Iwl UM \I and M.'\ Kaulknei r when the padaranant opened to-day in the village of Bha perched 2.000 feet high in tha roountglni so miles outride Rio. 1 title otbaa busu* inch, tha tinie b;mg Uj Taloan up with speccheV of I -elegates from 34 BBl %  World Clip Donor 1 mantlng wu> pn • 1 %  I 1.m Jules Rimct. donor Cup for which tea have come from all world to play. I-ater dunng th" Congl ifucstjon of the Germany and Japan was to come up. and there wi %  ny meeting at this point. Japan applied direct !n the IMF A for readmlsslon. and Ger%  lirouili Sv Heater Warned from eUTCHM elooa to the executive committee that they are threshing out the matter. and will presently recommend, continuing 'he Stmta a. This would mean not admitting either nation fully, but. as now. to meetinns batwaan vouth teams from the nation: —neuter — 1 %  f mm t alOM in Hunt of the goal 'he ball into (he nats to nie one Koal up. Within faw Dthwtea .. free kick in the | .uea was awarded the viall:.s kicked poweifullv. i kaapai Hams DO* UM ?"•' Tom Hnilburton, %  al 1 hance to pravanl lha lrt Boxers Cut Up In First Round '//*.*, w „ ,.. i*,oas *....,. haw IHI 1. ika -.**-.1..1 ,..(. .1 nreJ nJ i M N lW | it Ihm Qd Motsliorputclei— Uwd. Hew rad BBOaJ-carpa>sctaa %  taa neeJ IBBCO asaof 'Surjiogen' N* road 1 %  eaail MI in MO 1 lunijuij IIHIJ—iii^.im. (ihoiphoiin indgfoaaia 1 %  oonasHta W,HJ -"J hsd ..Hir ejk..wd Mtv. B) J.ili.', aj ... .1 IH>J> -ilh BBS* aiaaia—i daaaviaan Itarf aaan' i*Uy. h; % %  .. j OH ..,:.aa .--' 1 *• .!.(• •SAIVATOfaE^' ^^ RPB TOMC FfWfJ ItMBfj i .:r 1, %  .1 I'I and titahtv %  hICD the always .',. %  rnit.-i NKW ORLEANS. June 22 Guillermo Gimene/. of Buenos • • %  Page X Str.lllll%  a ho lind the ound Tony Mottram. Paiah'i Si '•' %  ohallanaw ^i wm.i :< baatai .1 technical R '.iiido eaa ultimately be wiccessfully knockout in the eighth round of ital BaUo tn levrl ihe scores at lagaatgd vicious 10 rounds bout li. Car. '.:;;;..";:::':.:":.,. %  £z r £52ffI2X%n. irSS"'"'"~ Y '" k ""' lynamie. experienced Italian „„ „. j A T. Horn, the junior Both boxers were cut and ail "kicked byiaoTca on^Titfi a^"iT'HatTenhein'r icolll toj^ daendw champion, and J. Barratl %  i nj profusely before the vlng and Chaia^ri tna right but rluu-nlon Ttn^Tout .nth %  ",*"' ''•'^ i>erformance aga.nst Onl round ended. At the start MBlve.n full backs Akal and ."'i-.' l H>wd saw Palah reach the hei^l.;. r .Ih Who knows what It of the eighth the handlers of Eniaaanuel, and goal-keeptl Mllll , u %  ..,' .. •' %  "" r '"8 |ls!l in-.|"-d m their minds and ambiGlinenez. who had been getting ed equallj wall ',, ; , K ... ,, y '^ |,|r,v "1 Bunny" Uons? Horn x, tar from a iwlce. the worst of it. refused to let .nil Hme S ton a) U period ',, „,.' ,, \ lalned boAt 18 he is the most promising him answer the bell ba with were givmi; then baal iHiplaj fOl ng AI ona llmo lahniaai and Aal i ing halpad un getting |u t altar ina u stand fin Ickai bad been II. %  IK foun in Ills ]7 i'i" I .1 insidc-lcft sent in a powerful ....i aratl I lunalaly f" his team Mills ..'II in posilnin and saved easily Ciena luii Malveni's Umd goal canal itli-i when Garcia, geltiiui posses"' Wnrln V. young tennis hope in Britain and Pal b % %  .: magnificent and only hl MMCtori racoanlaed lha proBflai struggle „ |t ..I both him and Barrett bv shot, but unfi.iagalMl HtnT) Cotton ra than two hourg m%  -,,,. tin-m to fwaetua with the Bwi > """. "" t w . He had the satisiaetion of playgj,ll Cup team at Eastbourne BatUk) ueigh.-l Mn', and 0 Ifaawnhaln and Mrs Bolton ban then tir-!t roiii" Otmanai had i ad ovnr both a deep biAiision the orehead BoslllO suffered cuts on ight eye and UM right but thev lost aft) H %  Ml R W W.i r.l ... i f the g ..I the ball, hastened down the tweni ii..i itc kx M t,. ovoreon %  tha dtsV %  %  %  Ickat put on shot .ii ekait rangi Laa 49 quick again j">i bafora the blaal of the i UM half hme mteivl. Alter Tea \ ing the visitors in the envlable Itkan i.f tout aoali ai agalnal %  i. by S|Kirtan the wi. i tie did nui un resumption they conUnuad in i ..me The combusatloi wai ii! <•( (he loam wai a delight to watch. i i padally work; a half hours bitting I '• ad with a smoolhuess that well I.iiii v. .1 |he plaudit! they iei . . i. nd hrom lha big crowd Trestrall and Walcott wara togath. Tha raault %  such eombtnatlon i ,. ....,i. i ,,ft.-i %  %  !. qukkb fortbcornlhg in a UtUteg, and tliev %  hOCt tune Lewi*. Lynch and Mant tiers had added .. single each to mover it. the already big score. Not yet sats N Batting <* %  ""•" ••""•'>'" %  Tins left %  mon Ihn batting and the, Sedgman Leads In Quarter Finals mg belt.than anyone thought Th*) |.. u rned something if ihowlng what pluck %  tmoaphara of thei rgadinaaa for the t me when thes .-bed opponent to give lli: -.., Britain I nice Ol effort to win CooaUl Itough, and at 34 has Wimbledon ap proachei and, .is th.it much younger always, il will be a cobmrful. players might enva He raiadad tkciting event whether or not all of It and collapsed on the Oartrudt Augusta Moran. otherEastbourne, southern England, when the last ball of a I nune had tn%  134 s i pOUnfll keuter. Referee Picked For World Cup Game I.ONIH IN Frank Sedgman, tt %  Australian who .%  %  Numi>ei One at Wimbledon, today be il Ihe Number Two sc*il Tilited Stale i 1 6, rt—3. ft 3 ui the match ol th %  day at the Loiil. n toot, ha waUtad off Ihe Oiamptonahipa to roach lha amiinawara thai hla %  i :lnals of the Men's Singles dur;, n t, oppoAslunishtnu Powf Of RmsaglWMg Palah ti-ik loss out of hlmaall tig powen ol rei katanca were istonlshiiif and In. calmness BtchOd A hero In "Gorgeous Gusse'* of the (llllted States, decides to ik-f\ convention bv matching her skill RIO DE JANEIRO, June 32. with exotic or more daring trimThree British omcial.. Hefmings She wore a laced edged ,,|W George Rcadei Southnmparroent thara last jroar and In ton) and linesmen Mitchell (EngITO he had black shortAmi '*''' •""' Uriinth (Wale*)—have the Wimbledon traditiP'"n'-'<' to hnndlei Ihe • alls for all-white outflti renal i-u.n^ match ot the World cup against Centre Court frivolities Scn ^* h w * Saturday. hloni wnatavei Tho game li r betwaen Brazil ..us she Will be attracunri Mexico in I ool A '.ve and Wimbledon b.is alwayi **!** ,N J"! PP M J Lu> J* here he has referead be'n pic •pent ng %  > -. nalnl* tO N 1— !•< 1.-.-.. tar llm M %  JI .i %  I 1 II Tatal %  **i -vieec r 1 i, 3ii. I %  M M %  %  a n M n 3 *i il i 1 j laaan Ha a a 1 %  %  i T-.-I II • %  i Ramadh 1 I 0 %  11 went ma iiioii advantage, I ma the li isi before he end Ol plaj to biing his team's i ore to the sky-high figure of nine o.oS to none Hi ii w Bayan was the i.'ii' Tha teams were Malvern : Mills, Akal. Enimaniil. Ilrayton, Carr. Walrond. Manners, Hindi. Lewis, ''..tun, I men Spartan Harris; Gibbons, Ho... n Medfonl, llaynes, Gilten*: I.I *mi. Qyjj^ joluisoii. Walcott. ishmael. Boyi %  Playtni Ih hbt I |Un I i (hi nnt had dona i.erhnps more to u-en proud of its queens They ". wrist wall Biranad up naflt United Kiugdotn t.niu "p an essential part of the show fo ". vaa erratic in th. %  r ( iin anv H:imo IV a „ rni ,i lsh n,..., and .h^ Press photographers' Hp *• chosen unai %  j. ,.... , rot th:%  atch and it hi balkn rttles bv iinwarme M th at all referees have Ue: at Wimbledon without Socking, told privately to attend the game ter mi-. Aral b> pinning hasellne and th. %  mi! >,-,, up, „-,..,,,. DCDeni united Kingdiirn KIIIII: .uc an essential '' %  o. ain n.tin. by ,m Englishman and the Pres %  the anu hto one exrected .ieiight nuiie • ad lade n "hock.-.i the erl Gentlemen VOTE FUNDS FOR DOCTORS VISIT .one up Mi, ReaVltl 01 UW OthOI men's sin es quarter linn Is Slurtfes* (South Atn. Ken KiC'i ti-2; Art t United St % % %  \*-.-\ Irwln iv i fmai i Unite I .... %  %  ... arteh (Auatrallai baal Tony ViatK'it i United .s:..i< i f 4 Graceful uii d'Alvan i TViii-ii i i i.rnciiiii i.iu o rtivam. muimi —— ,~ "H f!S*^?"'i n or murmutinB. ami awrta 1"Iff^fV5E*S.*i illilim ulio-li %  •< l,, hour. HdBomrlrr i a.m I '"".' (3 .m.i !9.BhS By Jimmy Hallo / '-'E^BS CO-0\EI_ \ 4%fi AND THERE'S WHrTBtK>C< T-E llllUl' I CASHtW—Wl KhOW ( LAWYER, Vv-O NE\ER EXPECTS %  .M AS SEEC' J V _TO RC CALLED ON-WE5 GCO .'. __ 3c *HOW f' \ I WON Tv-e V Meanwhile, the England part) were to-day awaiting a definite daelaloa on who trill retafoi their first match, against Child gfl on Sund.i> in Pool "B" It was announced lliat Bamnesly (Austria) would have charge of the match. DUl to-daj it araa learned that V afeer .Holland* might 4 u'it> <• ih= ci,i,-ai...t t ciaie. the appearance of Helen Wills. Helen Jacobs and Al IP Marble Does It matter as long as the gbii can birth play and look charming' The appeal of Wiml %  :. Utlnlf wi'l never ksnaMI A fiveset llnal on the Centre Court Is sUII one of the hardest titles to tests eves, wits ..nd the sturdiest ] pkvy EC CUCOIII lO Kli. Io K ethei Sftth the amplcur champion. Billy Talbert ii IT lliant doubles pla r '""'am 'loonies piaver. lilaaarl f .>lif>,rnt nno of fBmlllBr Drttam'a aghtlng quallUee Motkissed Californians of familiar fame and appearance. Uiulse II. inde.il. has loot onlv roiu '""" '*',;" "V."T"'*V ". h.s 14 Davil Cup kngtol "ruugh. l*o,,v M.ut ...nt Margaret II. B. C Radio Programaf I, 1 u • %  I ThUl i.Hitches, and if i ikcn the iiutlativa In getting to lha Davl C in doubles. Ich I i ad d> Bi %  Ital) mlgbl through %  rid leilll ''lampionslup • labourne Dupont. !hem all S GOOD DR AN) WOUff AT LEAST • IT'S THAT OL' VICIOUS ORCLE-iP T-EV COST KEEP SWOW1SS -R Noeocy wia COME VVMEN .THEV PROMOTE A PiN^ER R3R THgMSELVES - r~v~ '" egm i' i Hi ttram proved, -nit thai Brlui not donunant in he has no ba downcast Paish's rtou re youngei o. ant irltnll %  n Tennl Hot o create ii ii pursuing a search foi talent The Aaaoi latton' i ill-tho-yaai round icnn i>i Britain and to give all th< Piret Wins Cycling Trophy IJOUO.I.AS. Island of Man. .lone L'L' F Piret of Belgium today won Lha international Cycle Tourist trophy over 73 mile* of tin and InapiraMotorcycling Tourist Trophy re in the record time of 3 hours JJ nuns 21.6 sees' Fourteen teams from seven numbering in all 110 i'-petd. —Renter %  .-( Orriwatra m Clw n T %  1110 P I %  .1.1I (-1 %  i •.. %  .. %  lirinai H N-i B> P'bAir Cant Mi 1 ian.ni. S>m pm Ti'. 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1 RIOW. JVXE 23, 1W n.\Rn\nos AI>\M \n PAC1 TNREF, Six-\^ '***+ •one* D *a* usm ace ow n* r*> lOuO AOOki L GA/VS& Ol.g "Sain/ 0/ Chastity" Goes To Rome Gah hy AppQJty ROME. Jlim 22 In hin outline of possible method* of Implementing lh*plan, M The vanguard <* several hunMmmMi France's chief ecoaom dred thousand Italians arc exp| unn cr. sufilffstcd that the aupra penrd to arrive here to-day lor „-,(„„.! authority controlllr.j Uir •ha unprecedented open air JJD. poo| hou | d „,. coUc cUvely rcsponble to an Assembly of Dcputi Grdcila Tells About Anegadii IIHSTS FOR IRE \StjRE 1IL\TERS Paris Streets oniaation on Saturday of Man Gorgotti who was stabbed tc death at the age of 12. while resisting an attack 46 years ago. The body o( the new "Snint ol clad in white a Ik and enclosed in a EU.SU coffin, arrived in Rome yesterday from Nettuno. in Southern Italy, where it b kept as a seaside resort. It will be displayed In the Church of St. John for the veneration of the f.iil.ilul until after the canoni Among the pilgrims VtaO IN due to arrive here to-day is •*year-old Assunta (loretti. who will be the first mother to attcn.i the canonisation of her child. —Kruter from the parliaments of all participaUnR countrtea. He told the delegales from Italy, Belgium. Holland, Luxembourg, and Western Oermany well LBo in AMgada |H1 th* quiet side is very Inl to the limited number ol tanU and visitors who .; from time to time. Mil Faulkner told th,•• Advocate*' millio yesarrday native of that island France that this would Faulkner reeld>| n the I'NA ensure democratic control of th< and h now : I I %  I i seems to, be accounted i> ' •' %  %  wallre a| n-i>. whose nan oa. and carlo Heated. i %  %  bout other rich i %  %  i -. ; .... St.! tat) PP. I atanj must harra beet I %  Ived in DM ID try %  I'AHIS %  M crtj It. tie ..:ks -it poets jokers. %  at •' ft OM Car touch both sides will, 1 %  Street Ol the (".it whfl %  t, ,i .few unex "' The Gap Widens LONDON The gaj %  Forced to | a and more for %  Latest i fa figures %  %  by a fur%  .'. In inning the I And neartj enenalf "' thai rtaa h .,11, %  rat] pilfenng gar!" arti lUo April OXpOtl WASHINGTON, June St Mr C. Charles Spodord. 47year-old New York lawyer, represent the United Stale•ha North Atlantic treaty, a comcriticism and change during the rnfHec set up to weld UM 12 pad meeting. ,l , fence Heads of delegations are ., IW11( expected to meet press corrcsi mil Trama* announced pendent* twice n week to report Mr. Spofford'a appointment at on iho negotiations. conference toNon-Communist miners lead,ii, % ers. meeting here today, said the |* Mill ahve in An.'pn i A AmotlcMI dOPUta M If explan could succeed only with the quite well when rha iwrted lo become full lima directive r-artle'mittnn nf Trades in Much s> chlel U nator ot Unions bolh nationally and interi.nd ATM sisters in the OKACITA FAII-KMII Her lather Mr AugUatO StanrlB| batata %  md Dutch hip : and the • ataa. Ball ars in known lost iren%  %  4 \ ehlvea pt 1 —Reuter the executive committee which national! Not h AUanti Sui reme Coun* i ,i o> cldc I to tanUy ,,i itv i. aal month PM itteiit Truman the poal to Mr. Spofford Ol the United States Secretary of SUtc. Mr. Dean Acheson. aftei LAKE SUCCESS. June 22 Hie u.nneiUuilM Mioect*}' *>i A United Nations report pubSiate. Mr. Robert Loveit. had lished today showed that Britain, declined it for reasons of health Finland. France. Hungary and there i % %  Ms Of 17-enlp irn and Dut.-i i.k all but . it vu Mi Clernanl Faulkner %  of two sons Britain Recovers Pre-war Output In private life. *c Is %  I eon pan) ,'iiH)—Now Anagada, aboul * n th of Tortola, the caj-itnl of the BrilR is). Vngin UlanM c unliy of about Ifl gqui with a populatnx. of aboul K .,.,. ji'.though there was a lime — %  i In Part rtar, there • row eTtaon" H -re the '•uMiei %  ran for iu*t a i %  ifling June sun Five Streets Tbari %  % %  but nol one %  any of them Inhal %  ihe Dai. \\. %  ..-,,' in "HeU l.. be found among the |Oft| o< Satai I luuici Btreel' and ihe ton." %  • looWng '"i .,,,k i.|. NanC) 'Tannv" .lube Stree' Or. if i ix feet, pt-haps tt arouW b.' wdrOiwh '. %  t thf "Street ol %  rt ippronal neone Mi V"J,l %  ,,•• %  %  -t you "itrM ba "'*' "P'' | | i < would P> M Hone %  •">' ,h i i %  nllnwc i %  t th< ... street of F | • %  • %  %  llVl'l The long delay in the appointNorway had recovered their prci.iein of an Americ >n d-puiy w.ir levels of output of goods and had caused some impEttence in services. North Atlantic diplomatic circles The report said that these counas it has not been possible for tries had achieved %  vtl.naUonal the Executive Committee to Incomes about equal to their 1938 meet until the Amcricnn Deputy level more hod bean .ippolntcd Nehru Stresses Complete Unity Beater Tn report, entitled "National Income Statistics of Various Countries. 1938/40" contained detailed statistics of national incomes some of the Ms and related agjfregalee for 32 hurntngofcharco.il. mam The Island Is a healthy oM -hlch boosts ot having rlnest benches, rn the Wi placed second only Jo AnfUlUa Its sea water and MM suld to be better than 11".; .11 rtsrbados Fishing itlw ehiel but there is a little rail ibniund at U* %  %  The authorltauv. Plnanctal Inta out that U> ration m Brttatn'i b itM ol trade i baglnBlnj in .i nun*) "dtsquMVa ing prop.'' Average l.eM. powei "t the m HI I.IW about n par caw %  i ,teh be%  iluatfon ol tha poond 1949 As Britain a t<-t.ii Impa T Linnini prior i ition a1 .i rate of obii| *ft. .mlir n i--i I it anil inecessanlo Ineffj i i I aboul 1740 mJUMri pai raai qntti that may • iifiiM.iie any gap in Britain^ overall payi %  .Xislcl ii) Ihe patlOd Iteffire ilcThe nstng Iret mwai malnl} i<. blame fog Ihe 1 %  r | linlMl prtees aa a ip three peanui i> III, bui the indn f"i raw material Imporui i five ("iints lo I4t. I mi %  i %  %  avion imp. i a ol ran n. .i cam l-e.-k llrmhl Men rn i apart! "imn t.> incroaM and marketing pr. lot immediate futun HI lsil lo*>k biiaM The Fini.nc.j.l Time. owi,. i. ihni it ihe dan uf tin %  i r.Uuiu s Uussia 2 Chililrcii For Jap Treaty Delay T()K\i' .1 it is i. dupoai %  \et | nwn. I to the American St-.te Departi press confererice hare I %  aid the' 'inght adopt loi lapan similar .tn an institutiiu: in ents If thev decided to proiToatJ -teatt'e Ihe vautd be .. n* mos' lo anive at thc | tit. 1(1 :..> Itt-til G/ir-£DGfD STOCK STANDS FIR/A bOM DOW Renewed buylv i Hi it'.iiienl |on| d.iti^i -:.I of the IXMM*D>I Stock 1 day. NII .,u gaim, an iv an* I it ,tt h ivxtiies. Iran %  irregularity but among n • %  tent III price i 1.:. IB Rubber iharaa wen highel appealed to Indians in Burma to help to prowhilt the U S A Republ elihood Iwo countries. Pandit Nehru was addressing a rally presided over by Thakin Nu, thtfrneae Prime Minister, with other ministers and high ranking Bnrmaae oftlcials on the Platform. The Indian Prime Minister urged the gathering to realise the responsibilities which freedom had brought in its wake, and stressed the need for complete unity in the d mot ne; which had newly .istem which 'People's Police' Chief Dies BERLIN, June 22Dr. Kurt Fischer, chief of the East German "People's Police" died early this morning", from a stroke, the East German Government's Information Office announced todav. Fischer, who was 49. had been suffering from a weak heart for tome ume, but had "'continued his work despite the warnings of his v ctors," the announcement 'said. Following a deterioration in his lain condition, he went lo a sanatorium 1 %  \%  Iiersonages in UM Parti -I.-.' names are I Rockefenar, K-tain Poe. end i Tiie casual abaervt Dual Parh ertll V ,,,lv about'" H ,uT' -*•" • **J*** knock out of the -.r Hard i as*. Theeoaal %  one ramo mlllki I 1 av in %  %  Ing stu^ %  downrlgl I i supposed l,„. '! Nortl, strut, ii' holding tin dltlnflntlon In ant ol larUi •i sterling as %  ii mum "' New Atom Weapons S P MI}SS0N SONttft.LTB*/8.* R B A D 0 S hill IBB | wilhl v 40TOM 1 %  nil arha know are not ttlktaaf, But bare batni srjrsittrj iaw^ link main towns with secondary where he 3led in the early hoars Nctu-.rks and will give bulk sup,f this morning, pile* and feed low voltage distribution mains. —(Can rre*> JOINT AND MUSCLE PAINS May rwn kidnty troubh A function of the kidneys is to eliminate harmful impurities from the system. If the kidneys grow sluggish, these impurities acennnlatc and settle and often become a cause of pain in joints ard muscles. The wsy to tackle the trouble is to help Uw kidney*. Tber should be toned up with De Witts Pills the medicine made specially for this purpose. De Wieta Pi h*** a aootli.ni,. I cleansing and antiseptic action on I the kidneys that brings UMD I back • perform their natutsl I funCUon propetly. This well1 tried medicine is sold all over *j the world and we hne man* J| letters from sufterers telln.g ^•1 of relief gained, after years a I suffering, by Ukmg De Witt's Pills. Try them ble Goto 'mis! and DOCKERS STRIKE BOMBAY. Jane U To-day 8.00(! ttnmbav %  *<•k %  decided to strike from tn-mnrri ^ The dispute concerns the employment ol 3,000 workers -shut out" ot the docks by Ihe Association of Employers after these worker* had gone on strike for more pay — Beater Turfites Leave By "Bonaire" rlafT of one headmistress and three assistants There is also one tihurch on I ie island, the Methodist, and life In thnt respect is nHbi i orotwernH Na Hoopital—Some I I While she was gr %  • %  I ihere was no hospital island and that aril 0O| reeanna •ama of '.he paop migrated to other trout: 1 Aftei .HI abaani o of 21 %  she returned to And B rind that condWon* had %  • innmed much tba a marked Improvement In the educattenal set up. fin i, Is still no hospi' island, out there hi provision for %  hoi lie -in! %  m.i I t -i % %  ttednad Qoreri rnai %  ihe hoapttal in Tortnl.< • I. first aid and attends i maternity cases in ihe event of anj illness to any of the it i • they have to be rushen to Tortnla. 40 miles ?way, to C"'. i.t-ili'' || :.i-1 i the ooi bu comes over if the parent.)* Ill lo be removed %  has he no one I.: % %  what it %  |i rou plan re hui %  i i .. i . % % %  lIU.lt-.lllg the BOM INS 1 %  t. final | lie might i the i by taking a i 001 %  i^iltir %  % % %  ',' IN*. that flying far higher than f.n University To I ilm liitIii Atom Age • will be A IlietlHi I Ol 'han by submarine, enpnhle ol dr%  troylng any known armour i Guided HI 'I* %  thai devalopa i %  %  %  r < Ti emend ua inert %  ID th* speed of Mlbmai %  %  I at more loan 30 knot' ,1M .ill.. enani i are aaid t< |0 sl'i.ly traftV hinv meolutlonlaad land, air uni ..rrangnaval I I is cluimeil %  %  %  % % %  tanks and City Police May Go To ISew York MR F EC BET1IEU Mr I O. C. Perking and Jockey Crossley sailed yesterday evening b the s.s. "Bonaire" for Trinidad. They have gone for the T T C Summer Meeting which open Thursday Next—Trimitad Miss Faulkner ba lied Hontaarrat, Don Kittg, NtVlS, Antleti:t 1 and the American Virgin Island' Since March, she %  . panied by Mr. Wolorr Chamber of Antigua as be, >nd tb<^hr>i*. T' 1' : %  "' shortly lor Trlnl %  ajtafra they have enghgi on Port-uf-Spam aixt Bai ?< Miss Faulknei al ipitala -, Count il %  Ml to MI„ documentary film tldnk (but overseas police cojild iCfi from watching th <-l e, %  ,-.. i .rich year Among !" * In f 1. i.r I -ilfr fJCChange 11 ' '" Alfred Ii Udenti • 11 i iit"r %  d equipment A highly p l aead army reaca noa said, "It Is one phase u >i-i ami hhahara know we •, %  Nearest thing that ham Ighl mea fit>ni a man urging the Know. Mr Summer Pik||M Atomic Energy Coni'" I • our of* Six race horses were also lake.i visit British Guiana, by the "Bonaire" to take part m Aruba ami postt the Summer Meeting. They were Pepper W> and BattaUon (owned by Hon. J. D. Chandler). Fanny Adamand River Sprite (owned by Mr P E. C Bethel) and Slalnte (owned by Mr IOC Perkins) The "Bonaire" called early durbasota returning to the c s late in Augus. as ana h;is an important engagement find, week in Septemb. | I Ihe US A., she goes t- Er*>nMav 1&S^&!"£TrSS^r""'COLAS NOT CONCRF-TKidney beans, while lieun^. choc, B lo 0 n t naTmili Olaaa, almonds, beans, berhrv CAS'. EIEfi dairy cream, hams m tins, milk Th* Caatrssa Tciwn Boari powder, frooen pegiltrr, sahc %  r ,. ( .,4 an smoked herrtngs. salami aausagr, colonial t> ^.nd codfish were foodstuff* among atlon that rh the cargo from Amnterdam Thi -i Ixconstructed of P" were also moderate surmlles of t,,\a& mttaai beer and champagne. cornn LONDON, J a %  'a case of i I 1 Answer Or Be Charged With Contempt Aikcl .f that meant pollli.illlv 'il .' i Physlen' n would certainly be I i aft 11 ,,,11'bt )%  on %  ill |ht thmsthat g'. lo make up a culture.* *-* %  %  The United APPLICATION 1 Represenutives Unaaaartcan A MOUNT CAMI'.lH! I %  today South • that it would bring eontampl "' \ i. prartnig dlarilav %  congress proceedings agan %  who rat rftralty tatetu quest. %  tan pt proaaad It was und< that • IB aril jr-as-jTiiiy aly ( poutoFa n-aiw malm an aadai -"'""' %  !!• % %  %  "ii %  -(Can FOGAHTY'S



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PAC.I. FOl'R n\ni!\nos vnvorxTi: rmi>\v. JDK1 H. i*" R\PR\IK)Sfi|AW'0(TE t.. -_T f -1 IrifLo. J 211. ISM ISOLATION THEtfoal <>i s .. %  %  able bul nothing impedes its fulfilment more than lack of communications In UMI old days whan Imitaritj VM 0M standard of measurement, travel and communications were paradoxically Kiln IMS II waa poaalblg lo Iran i Barbados to Trinidad by Canadian N Staamsfa Lft) Ibe cost of the same passage is |M.O0 dian) 01 I teal Indian). Passage Irom Ti : Lucia todaj $56.00 while that (rum Barbados to Bl Vincent which cost S8.00 in 1989 B0 $18.00 (Canadian) or .BU6 I West Indian). Outward travel rates have been increased in the same degree. By Canadian ships one could travel from Barbados to LaasflO&Mand class $60.00. Today similar passages coat $217.00 flnl claea and $152.00 second class. Another LngtADCeoJ the enormous increases in passe HUT farai is thai ol the tourist class offered DJ the Dutch ships in 1939 for £17. 10s. for passage to England while passages to England today are in the vicinity of £ 100. As against that tourist passage to England the cost of passage to British Guiana by the same Dutch Line costs today $117.00. In another class that of the deck passages, speculators were encouraged to travel and to sell their fruit when a passa I fit n Barbados to St. Luria cost $2.00 Today that same passage costs $7.07 (West Indian). It has had its effect in the lessening of this traffic and the consequent rise in the price of fresh fruit. There are those whose busiheai prevantg them from taking advantage ol the more leisurely travel offered by steamships; they too must pay great increases in the pure of plane fares. It was possible to travel 1mm Barbados to Trinidad fur $22.00 single fare or $39.60 return in 1989. Today I single fare from Barbados to Trinidad by HWIA costs $32.00 or $57.60 return. It was possible to travel from Barbados to Jamaica in 1939 for $150.00 single or (270.00 return; today the single fare costs $190.00 Mid $342.00 return. It is only poaalblfl for the peoples uf the West Indies to know each other and .iiuht stand their individual problems and to attempt to settle than %  ragJoca. basis if travel and coiiirnumcu'ions permit Interchange of visits grantor than thOSS for strict business purpose. It is easy to see that before the last wai I ravel was easier even although the schooners supplied niucli of the means Today when schooner disasters are on record in goodly numbers il is just as easy to see that this type of intercolonial travel will not answer the problem. True il is that the cost of bulletin i? ships today is far in excess of what il was in 1939 but in the face ol this, the West Indian peoples have their particular problem to face. To talk of federating the West Indies .r::;le administrate e area under these conditions is to think wishfully. There is much to be done before the ground work can be laid. The signing of reports and the passing of pious addresses accepting the recommendations of investigating bodies is not sufficient The facts are a challenge. And even as such investigation is being made there are rumours of the withdrawal of more of the Canadian National Steamships. The fact that they are subsidised by the Barbados Government to the tune of live, thousand pounds is not sufficient to encourage them to remain on the route. The loss of trade and passenger traffic through devaluation bring a combination which threaten to disrupt the old and easy ways. The disruption presents a problem which up to the present defies solution. APPEAL BY Till: B OISII MAYOII OF I 0\H,A people of % %  %  % %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .. J . %  %  r ".. r lUy I %  ' %  %  , I • led State* of America i ; rant body uf London and arc ai branch joundbf fuod parrel* and hulk i %  ... Wll j aial at reasonii wiui u.r proUc i aaeanunotfaat* kino* have poun %  •< %  *Uh v „| L • • i ....... ,. the United State* Some ol I %  %  %  r in bulk %  .... 10 individual i Ith special provtat %  %  • auttOM I'.'H of old London, HKiw-diiin At Ihe preM.nl time much i>d proceedl Of the Fund a UhlUar English-Speaking l'ti:i) i' i.f their kirni fi icnaship foi th" u< % %  eollepiate buildsimilarly for ttudenU and other lieoplc of this country in| pla nn ed ("t Use accommodavisitors from the lulled SUtes There is a Bid) re Bl tion uf married student? and woas en r,wealth many Quartan that this overmen students from the overseas overseas. It b propesed th wbeunlDg gertetoally Bhould be <"i.Tiiiiiniweallh countries and from the sum required to ensure the pcJDaowleflgad to i striking form, the I'mt.-i S!..t A rme areblnew residenti.,1 ceMase to Meekand, after extensive conversations tectural building is contemplated lenburgh Square has been .HI of America. In addition t Is pi lai lo out kinsmen and Wei ihn from Iho pro c oohi ol work K\ lei I BlOO ilal of ti.ci. the Fund, lo pm irpogt. foo % %  i fesl eoofldeot, however, that In (ili-ens uf the United State: i DOTa matter in which our gffl I to our aid a' the time of otlf food ous lines under one organisation, are s<> much •ngjeged %  • shall shortage, and also provide a practheir joint facilith's balng availtvach n Utuni|)haut < i nduslorl Ueal das lo dai meeni of giving able In all the students In re.1Which "ill fltUhgt) ! i. i... lo OUI thank*. deni-iThe estimated rust ol thi gratltUdi lot II %  %  • %  %  p It has therefor.' been decided, proposed new buUdlnga lot marwe have been gtvei cfter full < t .nsideritn.n. ti. devob lied Ud wumen students will lie Of uHal part uf the Fiin.l wiilch in the neighbourhood of £800.000 r ltOWI.ANl>. : M be rwMd t<> the development m>d that of the reconstruction of U nd l i o' • great lenllal and the Georgian houses Bar men ituThe Mai m i %  %  ducal nal centre In London the denti from th.. Unjttd States Ixmdon. B.C 4 baart of the empire, BM the beniboul Btfoano A .., ( ,, i h, igsn I lit Teaching iM Caribbean Musical Novelties lie I HI II IMM Ml I I M.( II KDINBURGH. "IIICHBROWS" arc in fur u ihoek at the fourth Edinburgh*International FCMIVJI of Muaic and Drama to bo held from Auenggt I'i i i September 9. The emphasis will be on music hut %  tvaral j itamg "' what are termed "artistic novili>" will be intrnduced to an expected record crowd j These "novelties' cover the whole field of ihe arts and will provide a greater variety artistic entertainment than ever before experienced at the Festival. Professor Skupa's famous Puppet Theatre from Czechoslovakia will be featured for one week and for the first time a pure art exhibition will be brought within the compass of thfl Festival. This will be a loan Rembrandt F.xhibition and will include a number of pictures from King George VI's collection. The International Documentary Film Fcatival will be run concurrently and this year the programme has been extended to include experimental and other types of Hlms. There will be traditional "Highland Games" and the Scottish Command will give displays i if dancing and piping In three years the Edinburgh Festival has built up an international reputation to vie with Salzburg's, lured more than a quarter of a million visitors to the Scottish capital, and leal nearly $170,000. The Festival expects to lose another $60,000 odd this year but preparations for the 1950 splash have, nevertheless, been lavish. Although, the American continent has been "gatecrashed" for soloists no U.S. company has taken part in ihe Festival until this year. The Ballet Theatre of New York will open the three weeks season of ballet with typical American ballet. The Monte Carlo company will follow wit) thfl classical Russian type ol bullet Including 'Swan Lake" and in the final wee); Spain': i Rusario and Antonio will show balletomanes some of their traditional national dances. The main musical programmes will be well %  uatainad by famous orchestras feum Britain and abroad. Greater emphasis i-balng placed this year on choral works which will bo climaxed by the orchestra and chorus of the La Scala, Milan, tinging the Verdi Requiem under Victor de Sabata. There will be special choral singing by both the Gil Orpheus Choir and the Edinburgh Choral Union. jnD.V.SCOTT TODAY'S SPECIALS W a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE USUALLY NOW TINS PtA-NUTS 38 fj TINS Ov'ALTINE (medium) ..73 64 JEFFREYS BEER 26 20 J i on an WBATMEM THBRK i lake In the inrte.is.' nl inl. :. %  i\ the present time This proved such ffwenl Uw forth-ctx St h ol on j the Taachii of C rll bean History t in Trinidad by the ippt Dm* Walcutri striking new piaj Henri Christophe" end, In Bari idea, by the popularity of the v Mi t at BhilatoM ( ind Mi il A. Vaughan u ;History Probabb " Intaraat is all the %  the subject ha i"<:i I n s ulnrl anuj studied i>i the past, but also that %  '.;< %  till some resistuiU'C ti> !' overcomp In the |>a"l tfie teiiehn>n i.f tustorj in schools has been confined to th.it ol England, with •II.II In recant years of Kuropean History as a supi II i: Similarly In literature Uv \^. t Indian child hai bean brought up to .HI exclusively blgllth ti;nlituii. NO sensible HUB denies ihe value of these thinits. A West Indian culture which axi Unliil the historic past and the tradition ..I Old World culture would end in .1 second i.ite pro\ I'ici.ili-ii. .:.1 to absorb it is 1 in (act edvlsable to unit ite Hut imitation has I a much the taahlon ud %  1 1. 1. t iias ban a %  'ten unnatural. Ignoring the simiteeped hills unri m bej ol ins own htlanda, I :%  Weal Indian child who i* Bsked tO draw ,i pict.in' UM mow on the thatched cottages of an F.nKlift.1, Chrlsh M v of mediaeval nights on ca*tle walls llislorv a lCv,\. Iliiuttla% Smiili much of this still to be done; the real difficulty in the way of the teaching of Caribbean History lies in the lack of adequate hooks, but the iiitcreet and .siiinlllcanee of the pub,.t .III! ..' .. %  -. %  : % %  [.It. [ %  the lint place, there is u complex of problems raised by the great cmanclpuUon and the period which Followed r tremc social significance to mankind No le^s important of course. I fad that the area is an immense crucible of races, drawn IrODI .ill the continents of the Old World and the N'ev CTlJBOSO, Kasl Indian and Amerindian, white, black, brown, ye'low jirni red are inexpln gled in the West Indies %  unoundlng terrltorlei The study of then social relations and adjustments Is of an importance Which reaches far wider than the urea Itself. The emei K*roU>rl lwr Hintts .Vwar u We have SIIIMil-KS SHINOLE PAINT GALVANISE GUTTERING 18", 24", 30 IIB' ALIMIMI M GL'TTLKlSCi IX :i0". 3f." GALVANISE NAILS IKON NAILS PLASTIC tlor Hloppiuif holes) WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. Successors to C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. I...I 4413. 447'.' A 4b8? HI CKIVITII STORKS Serve a Balanced Breakfast Ri ,1 KMPer lb 20 S.iusage „ .. 1 Do Mackerel „ Un 30 Chicken Haddles „ .. in V!i Alison's Rolled Oats— 48 1 Beam H .13 II Bastpack lieef „ tin II Beat Rauaaai ao Swifts Mutton and 43 %, inK the 20th century of %  Powers mm also ..f Bl I N mlnom In Asia ami ihe **f dHy developing educaUon and dvlllthat the .'! It) %  %  I inn between the ra mankind than evei befort rhli 1 iii bocoma ail tho more Ith the inert rapU eonununleatlon and trane1 %  The avoll I H imiie, may rau rjeeome %  model oven arhare nnaUy, eat In portanee of 1. onal his'.-iv of the west Indies both In the probable Federal form of ihe future and r. of the co lonial 1 Ion of the British Ominionwe.ilth in the modern the education of It! coUeetloi i lo full seif%  overnmant. in this ileut .vents moving very fast. The i' iklltan and 1 > %  new deparlun Of profound slandlrance. The C mitlt utl on devehipmanl %  %  : %  'A %  i ; 1, !t ;' and future, i1 vital chapter In this Mate*] The wholt -"iv is a iwnud one, W* i' %  0 not always enUal pnrt ol th. Uaton Ol UM itevelopment 1 lH towards the nation Ol the future. pessimists at tht %  ad 1" '.ilfc atom bomb. I seem to show not merely distwlief but eviii repugnance to the con-' eept .f historical trogress. Jor Ihi watt II the recoidl are 1 #) on pair : The French National Radiu Oichaatni will give concerts in which French music pre dominates, including one of gay, light music, under conductor Roger Desormiere. The six concerts by the La Scala orchestra will have as their theme the development of. Italian music. Dr. Fritz Busch will conduct the Statsrndiofonien Orchestra of Denmark in its first British appearance and the programme will include works by the Danish composer. Carl Neil sen. The British orchestras will lie the Halle %  he Royal Philharmonic with Sir Thomas Beecham. and the B.B.C. Scottish Orchestra The London Harpsichord Ensemble will mark the bicentenary of the death of Johann Sebastian Bach by taking part in some infrequently performed works of the late composer including choral cantatas The chamber music will be by the Budapest. GrLUar, and Lowewenguth Quartets; there will be viola sonatas by William Primroaa and Clifford Curaoa; 'callo oatai by Pierre Fournlar; violin and horn sonatas by Max R.iital, Dennis Brain, and Franz Osborn; and Lieder recitals by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears. Elizabeth Schwnrtzkopf and Jennie Tourel. Nathan Milstein will give I violin recital.—I,X.S. oi'ii 111 Ain us SAY 1 Y.W.t.A. To rlie EdKor. The AdeOOale MB. I MO W to tee a response to lha appeal foi .t Y-W.C.A.. and bop. ittla .ugern need will not hang Bn 1 would have felt JuhlUl of aome donattoi from at home or osaraeai on behalf of this grsal IT some great Bood heart, like that of Andrew Cm ne.'-ie Ml Parrin who founded the Franklin Sq House of Boston, con 1 Hoping also Un modious buildmi: uture or paltry look mi: "V", and that the committee m posed of M' those Who are loo bill • June ?0, 1950. kuiliu To fhc Edifor, The /Id' SIR.— about this "Radii I Recent 1 main, hi thinking peopit i %  il advertising. It la perhapa not 1 tiisin. as suc-h. that an%  wbidt it I For III today lo a modicum 1 I Met) lalter is ao grudgingly offered to patrol* with a taste for tioo-i muase Hisht in the mktdla <>i the onlayment, %  voice cuts in to give a statement %  Td this .-.ssaull "1 my ears .i .<( : • m naa ol tea rlnitiMM of llungs. Is late n-peated. 1 .it thoaa %  %  %  .' lota] of t'.i Iliaent paople, who turn I %  %  ... the ill have hi %  all u ii took isasiiasslliin nnut* What an oi.|K>rtunity nd upani • i-i\ most %  Un kind pro Wei i Held 'P.%  Iii The Secret Places Off The Hear* *""MIE einht-yeur-olti invalid I gtrl lay on the X-ray table in Guy's Hospital, SEl. under the mtlueiuc ol a palnkilllng dnu; Her heart was so nillnrnu'H that she had neve' bten strong enough to \ than as yards. The "blue-oaby" might give her near-normal life. But the %  UrgSOni were unable to -. exnetl) ahai v-ronc in her CBM I without thu knowladgs might be fatal SuaialniM a> i with quiet talk about her dolli. 1 whliw-amoc k i i small cut i' ;i slipped lad 1 .vurd-lonii ftexit''. \-ein Then, hav Ing %  hi instruments attach end of the igue The IlKht* arenl K 1'i.iehine hummed its green-glow 11 ihad* %  still apeakli child, th Ihe lone Into her arm until I %  %  r it I|T < Il 111111.11 a I'iiirlin lha iiit 1 haml %  The doofcx turned a %  nail tap Automatically an Instniment te .orded Uie pressuTe in-ide the heart-chamber. Then a small ii pie of blood was the tube for an 1 .sed furthei into tinheart—through the first set Of valves and Into the ajcond chamber The doctor! Ihe exploring tip touch" irUtlon which dlvldea the normal heart into complelelj -ep1 hi and left bap 1 Suddenl] thej .! %  pti ions The I clean Ihrough II v.i> if .1 gap hlch had tieen there since lha %  %  %  %  ire blood n lui nl %  bod) with no oxygen 1 .nid Ihe %  inchild -mi chattered %  %  slump they rot lised there was a MMOBd •erlttu defect the vessel 1. enough A check of the OX} gen-COaWnt Of their blood sample? confirmed this ... :i M*l llU the doctors withdrew Tho child, unharmed i.y her PO-mtnute ordeal, couh. now be pas-ed 1 the urg 1 witi coruMaoce Her parents could be told that operation ti. red .1 food chama .it nutUng her almoat ai health* children Saott king human service 4 the apeetacular now being pe. • -['ital. be moat rssponrible 1, 1 the work arc Or. HEftBUT MOI I.IM. i Or QCOatOI ,1 in 1:1 / \K Hacked by ihe R< eh Count il they %  %  surgeons ire neeaad %  on met tti.ni To people born with malformed hearts they have %  ecurately diagnosed a dozen different defects when other methods faded. Hoiiing's and Zak'a achlevements are i\ pical of tin and often courageous aimed at relalVlni suAeittg which goe3 on quaatly ovi la Itritish hospitals. Speed . THIS %  fanpla waj M a mole's surprisingly fast unasraround apead veteran naturalist OLIVKR t. riKK;' Kind t nesh moic-nm fUM under the srrt ... Then plu | taking <-are not • the st-^ •!,(.. adth re the stalks into the tunnel at yard Interval! leaving a tew %  round Then 1 %  %  past il "In u MALS IN BRIT MS 18s > I —L.K.S. sT.iYsm.ii. scon & (0.. LTD. ATTENTION HOUSEWIVES NEW ARRIVALS %  % %  Our I in'iiisliiiiii II. pi HANI) PllliNTEl) CKETOPS IN LINKN & COTTON PRINTED (iLAZED CHINTZ — ALSO — HEAVY PLASTH IN PLAIN COLOURS AND LIGHT PLASTICS — IN — VAKIKI) DESIGNS DA COSTA & Co., LTD. 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FRIDAY. JUNE 23. 1950 nvRiivnos \nvor.\Ti. PAGi HVF. St. Thomas VegtrY Mai Honduras Rent Fields From Govt. (: ';!' K P* Down FUEL may have to reni thi i will u bought from moooy ol thg Laboui K and en itiw ted In the vwtoui pi ycbU-rn. ,. afahori told member Vestry i*'i the playing fields would be purcha r...n i i iha Qovomor-in-ExacuUv* Comn tat 1 '*'. I VI %  howed that the Vestries would have >*> t nrmftiovtm'nt uv rent "Una" Sinks: Crew Rescued F ISHING BOAT "UNA' turned and sank at overebouf 12.45 p.m. on Wednesday while out on a fishing inp. The crew— DaCocta Moore of bat: Alley. Si Peter and Cleveland Thomas of Boacobal—\* e t e I 'MCMll b) another boat. Vn Is valued $600 and bclon*,* to St. flair Edwards of Botcobel. It is Insured. O RANGES CAN SCARCELY be seen in the uland This scarcity Is not roused by the shipping but because the oranges %  re out of season in Dominica and other Islands. Good quantities of limes still come In from Ihese islands. *T*HK FOl'lt-MONTH-OLD-SON a\ of Adolphus Forte o( St. Thomas died mid-night on Fisher Pond, suddenly at Tuesday. An autopsy was performed by Dr. C. C. Clarke and death wta attributed to malnutrition. fVUI WI1.1. M %  nlm show J. at 'Wakelleld" to-daj Bl 4.45 p.m. for adults. A show for children will be held at tf.30 a in. lu-murruw when BUSH CHRISTMAS will be shown. Adi . ejvt-Nicin \i ill.: v.M.c.A. X PlftfolO Street u t H IB o'clock RH excellent opportunity will I*' afforded all men ind women employed IL. ,-,... gain knowledge of the background to Office Routine and Its relation to other departments of any business. Mr. H. F. Alkins. Assistant Manager of the Harhndos Cooperative Colion Factory LtJ will lead the dlecuanon. M: Alkins has had van experience In the orj(onisiiiK and running ol Offices. Too ofien Iha Salesman or Saleswoman views the Office end of any bufdMM .*s Moat unnecao aary and troublesome, but Without that end of any business, chaoi will prevail. It ilio|ied that Salesmen and Saleswomen make every effort to attend. After Mr. Alkins has given llM background to Office RoutUM .. general discussion will follow when all those attending will have the opportunity to ask questions. The lime is 8 15 o'clock to-night. ']WO TRAFFIC OfFBNCRl M were recorded on Wednesday and three yesterday. On Wednesday two motorl charged with exceeding the pced limit while yesterday one was charged with driving without the appropriate licence. Another driver WU Charged with having defective brakes M it lorry ,m,i ., n;n i < ' riding on the running board of a "bus. O NE INCH AND T9 PARTS of rain fell on Wednesday up to 8 a.m. while durmg that %  ame period on Tuesday only 42 parts were recorded On Wednesday the temperature was 86 degrees Fahrenheit iti the shade at midday, while ) terday was gloomy during the evening and the tempemiu only 85 degrees F. Of the 42 parts of rain ten fell In St. James, nine in St John and StPhilip, seven Thomas, five in St. Joseph and two in the Station Hill Metric* The rainfall returns up to yesterday morning are: City 15 part: StaUon Hill District two parts. St. George 15 parts. St Philip 13 parts. St. Thomas 21 part. St. Peter 30 parts, St Joseph 11 parts, St. James 22 parts, John six parts. St Andrew pans and St. Lucy 10 parts J OHN THOMAS Of MASON HALL STREET reported thai his tobacco house at the same addnss was broken and entered over the week-end and a quantity of cigars and "toms" removed. see FOUND HEIFER call I\ valued $90 is reported to be lost by Lawrence Forte of Cambridge. St. Andrew. He Mated that it was removed from ait open pen at Parks Plantation at about 4 p.m. on Tuesday It is the property of Graham iJirner of Content, St. J..scph. M OTOR CYCLE J 18. owned and ridden b Irvine Davai "t Seal. Hall. St John and a bicycle Owned and ridden by Evcrton Blackett of Colleton. St. John, collided along Cliff Cottage Road at Obout 6.45 a.m on Wednesday. Both cyclists were detained at the General Hospital, suffenne. from m n. i malion when the Veet %  lag Colon] that the Gov*. i nn %  i as to the disposal i „| me ot the Labour Welfare I ,n one Government luid dsddtd 10 DO) $1.50 per head of in the pariah and the Vestr> considered it insufficient to i the intended ac h omo of %  tnc a playing Held Thad subsequently ankc I Government's decision sidered The Vest i draft an estimated cost for the buying of tour acres of land to enclose the field. Members said that ment might dedde in the future to give an added dollar per head of the population 00 th,.i I i .,llion OOUld IKconstructed. Arangements are already unOervrtO to acquin Vaucluse at £400 per acre. Mr. Marion withdrew from the Playing Held Committee as he Is attorney to Vaurluse. No One Willing—Untrue Mr. Mahon s,ud that he noticed that the Junior Member for St. Thomas had said that It seemed as though St. Thomas would have to go without a pi one was willing to sell any laud. Such aatati was not true Mi Sat %  %  : v.ir von iinfcntunata li Ish about thment %  ..lit to be • from the As soon as the chide season starts, a lot or these workers will %  ricultural work to go back to bleed chicle playing field was intended to I i supporting and for it to al~ licit I'iiir— Mi re i that as a result of de%  • %  001 tldr the pitch pine most ol wtgeh la axle Jamaica ..i: hough there n exports to Trinidad and %  v, n the United States. Just before he left home, they wer< having MM very heavy rains and he believed some damI aan done to the citrus Btann Crei a, but hidid not know the extent of the damask llstrlct he said that the llponj is planning an ex % %  velopmenl ,nd Will be planting 1,000 acres In that district, a %  Ct Of live thonsaroen Colo ni a l Ocil Corporation and Brltr %  |... Ltd. and hai..ina market Sugar—25.IKKJ tons i British Honduras had 1 %  quote Of 25.000 tons of i-ugar and steps are being taken rv a I a inbc the production Ishnvant ol %  • reotorp la the northern district of the colIndustry when organiptetel) absorb all the available labour In the colony id v.di probably creete %  • abortihr iiKiriinij: f aat ten t people am be enclosed and a pavilion built. Mr Thome aald cell ;i meeting end InvlfH preeentativi cuss *the queetfon and •OOM tirm deCtalOfl Mi Courti i %  the! aitrilevelopmeol In BrtttaB i i %  •< hanlaod i nment he .i %  pecta of rei i ition unmd bigger %  ivt rtaitt d Sugar Crop Shoultl End This Month Only I Factoriva Still Grinding THE 1900 N [ei i rop it f*sp< cb d to be i pleted. bj the end of tins month the "AdviKiite" Wfaf lnfbrm I epeitfnenl of Science and Afjiculture yefrtei • t>( the twenty-Ioui VW nun ;. n II hot Anili. g,,lt %  %  i. %  "Gokey" nails Ml 1 Til EVQU1R1 ENDS a nlne%  rll ,,f Llghtsfoot :. I I Beta I Ufred Harrow ol Chelsea Road. Si M chaol floating tout ."< .u %  a 19. In giving evidence Harrow said .-ut 4 4^ p Vi H a.m. %ard he Iced iched it n the object hi that it was the %  m .n SI % %  %  %  DOS I I li r >; :-. %  iria i mm i ii\ I Kl 'II -MIIMI' 1 I'l KIN.V nil LTR\ (HOWS saeett ;• %  il MfM>N IONI %  A i o liKtriliuUn. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  % %  %  %  %  bout 411 %  MOLASSES IANKKH V W .lav al Bridgetown yeaterdfo awaiting aallini orders from Iti eharterei The charteren aeve been Informed that the vessel will not i. allowed to toed fani | in bulk ai noli i>>it and are to U-turn word as U. % %  lake its load Change—hot LUtl Ij Mr BandUord pointed out that MI, b a course would iu i V one of the repreeentatlvee of the pariah who was In the I Committee (lover HI. i -in y '< ... Commit%  The Vestry would 3. Mayers of Farmeis I lug lorry tax, £13 22, when he pleaded that his lorrj nlved In en accident and recent him $40. Members said that manj otheri wn i in to claim a roleo grounds In any case. the V( nil) could 11-i be i ini people when %  i %  • %  involved in accident Dr. C. C. Clarke, I Medical Officer of St. Tta n granted one month's \ leave The Ve ti %  pos a I for the change In At which tug doeg mtua weai badgi thai they ere Ucen i Thl* Scrambler In n I of this t*pe in Brhjdi< i aag ta i tacl.>r> Is i %  ebed plndlni %  ,.n>i m the a b ee nce ol anj unfot %  • iin unit it bm %  Ihi M >-di con %  Jury fhe twelve fan and i usc-A'ado BOgei planta have alre %  "i; i %  ( neck 1 p . drivi Dutch I .11 ouiin.; the a* luing ut M..-'-'. there ha been some checking "' •oramblen and, II i ,been Inter i.milder at Vaucluse and fm Ion are ,„ two ranaalnlng scram%  island Tht %  I ma, Bhaea U i afag talle %  %  % %  %  black dress and a pair if % %  looked aroui DUl then ii. returned to Pt ittar %  aamlned b) Orant arfaathet the woman was .due or not whan be Bret saw bar, Bai roe i al i he en aura that ahe %  // Return By "Dmrwood** returned mornlni by the motor vessil DeefW %  i n Beat Melvli Mo .li v. H ibari Burke, Gladstone I Ufaord Lynch, Bryl Hall Donald 81 Allman. • ii raid Olboon, Bdffai Hj i Irian Burl %  The ll,i. a y from Aruba, Btopped al Oreoada, st mo si Lucia t-> take Ifl : % %  I irgo of so drums conut oil mil SS packages of fresh fruit. BOMB OF TIIKSK ITEMS AKK FVOM CANADA AMI Tilt: t s \ \\n DUB Tt) TUB DOLLAR BHOatTAi.l I \NNIT HK RKri \ Milk Ci lb b Baaaaaa trraeaa*aN in.i> n.. II. H-. ass This case 0 (h ni beta %  nd fl hirycle "You And Your Kind Wait About To Rob"—Magistrate Stole $5: Fined C.5 %  you have no previous conviction t"".. roe Old llurriMinian %  sonlan. servetl In the I Army and Liter In the Canadpn. %  %  lege. Mi %  bar of the %  Club graduate studies at McGill Um. %  Holder aald on Juno II he wa Buttle itxei I and I %  inning tow.nd. %  -i When Dl askeil him (Holder) to ehnng fS for l. He took four single dollai two single shillings and one tw shilling ami two penhlt i u poefo t and lave II to htm Oral" money h walke-l away end ncvci the S5 lie then v.-iv. | II ..';.-i in him an i waa later arrested. CLOSE TO HOME WINNII'Kt;. I the iviii.m an Volunte 1 Ing the recent Boo I mpletad an axnert lerub ob on i inwl eraeuae boj. dreead bh li habUltated I thei %  %  he could I-returned to her . %  i livi OJ Ha.Krif.ta1 • HalHia Onlv ONE bkyde in ilu k world carries this mark of perfection IM llumber Ufclcvaik. ta jum gasnBiM "t laauot quality, fin* •ppraian>( sad unnvtllol anru> Tbs VuiU't usdismusiiir bu^dc ounci .ibu mark of dMoction Mllll vfl IHI ORISUISL ft ft. us iwiiD aiaa \\ liaison I'txluv Court of Ordinary at n "" \k...l.ln> >i. t.ll.... -> Dp e-.... B i l.l. I M ii, 1 %  han Wialhc Lid. i liuil U SE A RIPPINGILLES BLUE-FLAME STOVE FOR EASY & CLEAN COOKING e A.S.BRYDEN& SONS (Bi>os) LTD. 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PACE SIX i: M;I; \IM >•\l>\ (X in; I i:N>\N .11 M RV IMI II HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE tin M Of lie -—. ., —.— %  > %  <^r*iSr v :. -M — %  i air 1^ 7 >*^ BLONDIE :ii. the THE IONE PANfiFR FOR BEST RESULTS USE READY MIXED PAINTS UV #.C#. PRODUCT SEW noons NEW HOOKS A FINE SELECTION ADVOCATE STATIONARY .. -i A. S. BRYDEN & SONS () LID. ** I.Kill M PI \( K rF.PPKR! s %  ,* Mn CinHrt MM .. Jrll* I* flavitiirmjc bMM I ; I i.If Rolled Oats Js li.nl. P*tnb ir,l Wlii.le Milk v* [ Chase A Sanhorn CntTee ^ ilffi 1MB) $ Un.i.n. ...kt.lil (MM) jf Jj tw.nl NUNl Mustard S ; ( I... v. ,Uh M.i.irnni 5 AGENTS. CF. f. CO.. ltd. I I W iOBUCr, It, >; W/AWAW4W of fi-pVff r6lnur— It'cleans, preserves—and how it polishes! Ask your retailer for Propert's. Nothing else ii quite the same. Walcb the difference it makes to your shoes! s "!Sl^ PROPERTY I %  • %  C MB AM K. O. -t .0* AH 010 BVSPMSS B^iCNO O* -A MIMf Every Packet hfEASTVITEJ THERE'S PAIN RlUtP AND TONIC M i Yeal — Yeeet-Vlte, quickly uxxhes my hcadachee, ncuralgia, nerve and rheumatfc pains but h doe* eomethatt cbc too! Because of in valuable tunic properties Yeaai Viie helps you io feel brighter, look better, ileep more caady and enjoy more enctR\. Neat lime %  OB WATIT p->n rrhef take YeaitVitc anil get tonic benefit too! IEFIT ROBINSONS 'PATENT' BARLEY maket milk more digestible for baby •PATENT' G ROATS maket weaning a hippy time (or baby— *•and mother %s Boys and Girls Grow ^ with QUAKER OATS in II \ MI; IHKICKKHS I mat 2 GALLON SIZE — ALSO — MAMK AND 0OM MILLS — AMB — ICE 8HAVERS. CALL AND SELECT YOLIRS AT ONCE %  %  3T T.HERBERT Ltd. •""ST 10 St 11 Roebuck Street. Wm. FOGARTY LTD. (Inc. In British Guiana) PhatM IS62 :-: Electrical Depl. HOW IS YOUR RADIO ttUIMAYIXW? Ii il noisy, losing Volume, Poor Reception, Crackling noises or out of order ? Send it io our Service Department, let us give it a Complete Overhaul. 0 lie in Hme for the next Cricket Test Match Broadcast Our chat M are reasonable, uur Service La PROMPT We repair anvihing Klectrkal. AX'iih an abundance of vital food MMBJtaBaftj Quaker OaU prorldei the nourishment needed i" help rottagatera grow tall and husky, sound in bone and musile, alive wifh energy. Thai's why more and tiiun, \.iu II iaM 1-iMy Quaker OaU at family breakfasts — every morning! And of great importance, Quaker Oals provides these high nutrition values at low cost. Quaker Oats is Nature's Wonder Food —no other whole grain cereal oSers bigger food benefits! IDEAL NOURISHMENT FOR ALL THE FAMILY! Quaker Oatfl is a nourishing, ... HKl VKl LSI FOODte die bole family. h la rich la riai Caod aaatadali awededfaa ian.ni4,Mrt'ii){ih jndr.nh JNI health. Quaker Oata auitplu-* ccniial minerals, proieim, caihoatfaraaai, and eaiearJaJ Vitamio U| aod It;.thai turni (t>ud into energy. Hut Quaket>ats BOW and ari |IHltiaH| ry day with a healthful Quaker Oata /WaitTV** HIALTH BICAUSI QUAKER OATS SUPPLII5 • MINERALS MM£ PROTEINS MM£ CARBOHYDRATES > %  %  >|M she*g bam oad ttath ... (or solid flesh and awsoes he Eaerty oad Steadae fif&f VITAMINS (B, onrf B ) km f^d JB io "heeVhel" IASY TO MAKE THIS APflTIZIMC IREAKFASTI Boil 2 cups of water. Add salt. Wfcaau boiling, add 1 cup of Quaker <).ns. Cook It. seirring. for 2Hminutss. llMii.il!. V I



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I ar artll i-NEUII the it<1 h..iau> ,.rld i Iron. th r .IT v," th daaa of BtaRamaat Tfc UZ 8AVOU3 %  i.: u. dntng a wash-up duiinsj I rdn W Icock bli 0J %  %  %  %  UM %  %  Doxri i i-iKlit UUl id %  OtTRRCM M> 1 •'' RDPNII IAV NEURON .^lIV HODNEV Roaaroal jatn Junr Urel July 13rd AM* '! •• %  I. .•. "!"• %  n arVM JV-l J ilr ih rat* itin J,.I, tH nth July tm Al , Mil. Am aSth Aaa Ha l.Mli J.iU %  MimiinulMII 1 ADV NBJON IAI1V ROPNEA' LADV NE1JION LAIIV HilliNEY %  In fTta Jun-, %  .. Jul* 1 1 1 •Mh wi.aa lull'. HJ... .i.lu.t IU " tth Auf .jatli Aufl Jl.t Au* lat Oti Haaaraal lHH July il'h Aug 'id Bap ;.' %  Orl 1 la*ul>l*it I.I cttaa '->• Paaaanaa %  • wtlhout Taiaa aad MM in .-i adja raM li.lad ,, M -iplfaUun to — iora*> BJM GARDINER AUSTIN A CO.. LTD. Agents. Teaching 01 r.ariiilM ;IM lli^loi \ From I'aar 4 %  %  ..I m Inca will no! br M.I.I with Orlara in wrtllnff ill I,. i-l l the uiidprilcnad up la 1 l*rlday. 13rd Juna inrtani No! l.ii-.d on which thr i for *ata i-.-l". 1... ,|r' %  %  lor th* key* Yr-AII\VOOU A BOYCE. Sol II ll< 1 SO-fln. %  WANTED, hy Ihp Barb-doPwi.lk-rt i of Infoimatlu*! Durrau, f*r...A knoulrdarof Up" i ThCriatnraM, Barbado1 %  Ha*-r alar*. %  %  ta.a.M-dn %  •Ill, l"I.HMI>AI. ihcre to b %  %  %  %  I the ImpCTJ %  Tropical \ %  Bchool in I %  I R aj aupply, inU'ii I %  and (h C.M.O : %  arid %  %  %  li i I %  SANDY CREST"*-iliua'r al GBtU I • n. Hjthflwba. Undin on Oi Acra : 111 %  ililirr.rt'r. u-ual outOffW^-.j plBCi A limited mitntatr 0( placid arc %  %  it is kno thai %  • Trinidad ... %  mnatit of %  '• %  11 thai II T.\ land thi %  ,i, Barbados stiideni .... %  %  %  I %  %  opRd thai muiiitv will no* | I !. %  %  %  %  %  -vhools iho M n..' despatch %  i upparlunliy Th< %  i %  i i %  I vast liahi. i CAHHI.-.GTClN ft SEALY. •oik-.'..:. ... n II •!, %  %  ad wU %  %  tor % %  • %  public compel.lion at their ornrr. #aBMa I cm frtday Ihr Urel %  at 1 I '.\ built btingaluw taiiad 'VMPANAR." at Navy <•*• %  IL tha iiind thant. IIJM -nimi%  eonctwia to avoid i i.. pan.i. 1 vaaandahi. Ilvinfl ,y rooiti. 1 h-d i.ion... 1 bath baiirn and toiW %  lii.r-i rupboardi. tnodMn %  %  %  The n>und. ara wall laid out and on diaiina: nm 1 Mr parM: • ar aciapt aay % % %  lor ihI. %  Road Any oerton. I rant in ad*anc*. or who .1 %  .-rnlirf 'Reti*.>r unaurteaM wRh % % %  : %  • 1 M fc aaat, and la I -m hold \ I . ? %  %  -. '-, Airplane Flies In Or Out Fiery 06 Seconds rat city I • • %  'lay. i r BUjnad NEWTON Gums Bleed! NOTICr! rAaisii or ar AMIMI TENfHTJW -ill Imdartlrnad up M F H (to.. ndr-w c • at* of inlarnt net I a .., 1 "A,;.tTn' li *nd H*n Trouble I kflinr tl> Aral d %  ml qukkly tlchleni •gu> alopa (an iy. endMM* I~*H %  l...n .1.. Araosan Far Pyorrhaa—Traaish Mi-ia VTHC1 m RITaCR Kara %  tm • Undar oe.a imn • RATHO MILL TOWril at. '% % %  and SUNN 1 I oti.tnr-.ei ..Hen all llial can • • 1 1.1 -crnery. an-bathinj. faahlna RATES U j IT 1 W I. per Ait i ERJtOL G H .. 1 >. Ma i e. I ind niRtrt %  Lot I HIM) %  i-part %  %  fbtdoa Youth Movement %  %  1 %  • an %  to iU11 lb %  rat 1 %  %  pilot* I Ultva) IIM fohn %  1 %  11. lly u do llavilljind Veniun 1 l |>llnl VlcHrs-8uMrrn %  ind Itill Watarton ttl || tiy te S %  %  in 11 GI-. U 1 m Urcraft 1 % %  %  1 Hawhar u-i Bgntai ,1 new 11 'hush-hush %  n %  1 ii thui : % %  %  %  ; % %  •iient on whathar ii I %  li not 1 %  %  ID n ,, ta 100 kil Pa Uangow ,,, an AII.HU. 1 11. n Mill Hai %  %  ii thi '., r li ... %  %  %  '.11 world ..,1 %  %  _____ —INS \ Special Commitments • fruin |M<. I .... 1 I mjgrii anejit contmuivl 411 pr. r 1 '" %  Aires in %  mania in recent i-ars 1 %  experta liulinad t., hop, *ev*ral t>e PMohrad in ill -ftantat IMPORTS )/;.S/A;A />) which ^ %  %  %  huflala" .. ,1. \ a Brvdan s„,„|.|,. %  : I , %  list night Ipali 11.. 1 Han %  ) I.WIN' I from n a 1 an 1. In Q ill I Si Vincent, it broufhl 1 pinup-. %  r ml for Sc.twHI Kuin Keeps Deck Haiuls Busy in tha harbour steam*hip> ar? n putUruj on Uia van la prevani ;i • |U| wet. Ih* 1 aith avtri 'Ins port •I'-nadin., ONIwf Eraan i irpatdlra ... %  %  11 1 Qaj takUHl 1 Ota 1 and rum tlttla and the iHrpmiiiwan vtept up diirini Bl .1 Ih* 1 1. im V< y ,1 PASSAGES TO IRELAND Antilles Produrts Ll.l. Roseau, Domintet, offer paasaces to Dublin per M.V. "DUALA", next sailing from H<>ae*u about 20th June, and theieafter ul-oui every thirty-three dayc. single tan, t:o. u.ual reduction, fur ehtldnn. Apply direct ill-:. t;i.i:.. iiiA\stn,\\iioi | i': FRENCH l/.Vf .snifiiifi I. /'rimcidrl StlHnQ lo I'lymouth S S. r.ASCOGNE S s "UASCOONB" S S. -uASCOClNE' 1 S 9 OASCOONI 3rd July. I Wo 10th Au [uat, 1BS0 I'h > %  ; %  ISM %  IN. 1M0 I!L July. IHO lili AUK. IHO toth BipVi IMO Mlh Nnv IHO. ..1 tfl • r '.. M. JONES & CO.. Li 3.-Agants. BRENDA'S SALON will re . 0*1 Me.ship REAL ESTATE JOHN M. BLADON vis r.V.A IIK.M. Ksl.v I I M.I N I HIBVaYl 'II HOI SI Ff.l -I . • I., nil ri:.MH\L %  Mi-nun M BRITISH GUIANA AIRWAYS wii.hi.i SBJIVICXS ST. VINCENT AND DOMINICA FOR FULL INFORMATION CONTACT AGENTS BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS Lower Brood Si. BridVieiown Phone 4585 BARBADOS HICTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. \onri: BEAUTY As tin Mi.iuii'hirer* have ate* I.lr-d that repair* lo BM af im linii-r hr (Irlmrd. the (mmi has In i. i|ir n, %  had t. t .i.i nilOcnerallni Met (MO K w. out of mlanliiii -HI %  In ihr.'ilu Han of -Ululh* Plant now allahle - i L .i*i. mat llnd li aeeaaaar] t -bed load at ile (tu.in ih-' nrat few mmlhi tlur ton i. in •'. in MkOa aaanli ai aiantahai the BlRMMl r..ii..,mv In Lhl SH ol II-UIMIV partlrularh durlns Hi. frail i>r. ut in II | :> md M U ,> m until further notice. V MITH. Oeiieral Maiiairr. -'.-.-,*.'.'.-CROWN A CROWNING 4CHIEVEV.ENT RY RRINRING THE NEW CROWN GINGER ALE I



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Frida? Jam 2:i i.n B&rbaJbns tocnrate W.I. BREAK FIRST WICKET RECORD Rae—Stollmeyer Hit 355 CANADA—W.I. TRADE DISCUSSED IN LONDON Treasury Told of'Unfair TmulmvnU (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON. JN tt, I MPOBTANT though ...Ur.in.l uUu n ih, gMaag trade between fluWest Indies aid f'unadn we lieved 1 havr taken plate lln\ ui'-i, in London at ill yearh meeting of the ,\HIJ. ( aiiadiuu 1'oiilinuinu C miltcc nn Trad. Canadian Hi ril WI Ml w included M firnnl Major, nnadiun I i mCommissioner in Port Spain. Wage Dispute For Arbitration u i ... 1 AS nuca Acting Admiimti I. Cools-Lai tigue announci-d to* day the long awaited gl tribunal regai Lucia workers' Union wage dispute with the Commissioner ol reconstruct ton. fixed by the Chairman, Acting Chief Justice Don Bid Jackson for Tuesday July 1! Other momben ol Uw trlbunaj ore wantltf Adam* for the Workers, and A A. Bhenfleld Trinidad tor tn f pi Lucia Gove ntat, Hearing now dcjienrt* <>n Adams and Shentleld 000 an for thai date As last tin* ... held nt private, hut it thai :h,. L K represent H I .11.. told ih.ii tin. Inter• lino during 1944 ui i 104B showed that I i I ng ratlnofd al •' share la Canadian trade balo* ed both Canada end tho W.l ret %  tad unteHi: Wwrld Krrnverv i bwaakal i In • Uu United Kingdom stood to have claim the decline in Canada** I Ihe British Caribbean m I %  lOgteOj -. nit III %  • try in general wort i mod roperentiv, the)! partiv 'leeausc OOMi • ituods availa" la 1 i <>f the West Indies partly 1 1BUM at the chani the pattern of trade dictated *\ mi UM Martini eo spokesman, "we an conndani that there will be enough shipping available to lift the n.odcrate amount of meat that will be available from the Argentine III July." A possibility had been recognised here for some lime that Argentine meat shipments to Britain might -case if there were the continued doad l oali over the price to be paid %  flar July l. A British Treasury official today took it for grantad that, faibng an' .igreement. shipments would cease after the meat already purchased Mad been shipped. "Where thero Is no agreement there Is no meat." he said. Ha added that the eiantlon President Truman today nom„f Argentine supplies should make mated Lieutenant General M ,.., mnm illU g^ggfjaag to the Mr. Jhl "United Stall than irag no powen wen I Truman Nanifs 8 For Army Jobs WASHINGTON. June 22 Sprague Eddy to be Commanding General of United State* Armed Forces in Ruropi 'The President sent the nomination to the Senate. The President also asked the Senate to confirm tbi i.' ramanl Ol Clarence Ralph Huabnar, Deputy C'ommander-ln%  i <; %  many and nog Oonaral of the US. Army in Europe, In the grade of tai Q inaral Mr Truman also nomlnatad Major Geni ro) 11 win to be Commanding General of the S-.ales Forces in Austria w\h the rank of Lieutenant Gen%  L --Renter. SKULL FOUND l\ lt\y STREET A SKULL, apparently manj .ears old. and other pieces of bone of a human l>ody was dug up yesterday in the yard <. nt.Moi i Blan iKvarUHii. Wi He told an Amerie.m Chnmbei of ( rmuerce at luncheun that altnoufcii Russian ipl ai had stolen atoii i wvi-eu tin-, coold no I tha Invaatlvaaooi and re%  OUiiefulness of mind whlcti i dlslimtive in free compatltlvi society Mr Dulles .aid the -.ftcnictti ol the traa world H far outwolghfd Communist countries thai -the povition Is basically loo enOalded" Daaptta Russian attempts OVOI M years lo hulld up industrial Btadui tlvlty, tha Unltad BUM Time Morv Months For Communists In Austratio %  \ -'... Prime Mi i Menu* • (hat the \ Communists will II.IM%  OOthai tbrai months until on tl\ IUJ %  -dai '•< i i reached BnaJ daadl ck on ihe %  %  lull The Oovi nj nuinist Pint* 1 %  .ii OpfKH The BUI titled batween UH R 11 k %  :l.i -^i".., 1 natfUng a %  \ %  them, insisting 00 BCCOpI ihe inn ,.s paaatd tr iht 'i. jsa Mr M.i Hill v. uld |ba .uhmitted to Parll.i i In Uw <• monlh t.t.. i.n lha two H 'hihills "onus of pie t In the original \n ..i organisation ileI %  % % %  munist i lo bring proof of innocence The Government arera prepaia to let BM I i %  rail or MM Cram amorei I "people appealed afa Ion and gave r\ I hut the Seoul.' I mah led lhal U %  the Crown la ,iii ii tried by %  lory — a tootei France, U.K. Differ On German Issue Soviet Friendship Means Peace Says E. German Govt only neaaM und independent U.S.A. MAY BAN W.I. LABOURERS TUK linn SH WEST INDIAN labouron In tha I'SA pular and then employer! want I i keep them but ;i %  or that ihey miyht not be allowiil to dn j ;.. eth Thompson, cokmlal Attache of ihe n Waghlngton told the "Advocate" yee> terda) Mi Thompaon arrived yeaterdaj raorruna trom Uu led bv B.W.I.A. Inlranalt foi Martinique he will attend tha lenth rooeUng of the Canbhea.-. Cuminission which opom <'n Monday, Ha is a UCM ai Govemmenl 11 CJermany ca united, peaceful by means of "Ihe closest friendship with the Soviet Union, the Kast German Government declared today In a message to Germans commemorating the annlvenan of Miller's attack on RussJa. %  There mu.t never be another June 22. 1941 for the German people." it said. "Piratical Hitler-Fascism has been succeeded by equally piratical AngloAmerican imperialism seeking to conquer the world and force our people into a new June 22." the message added. "The AngloAmerican successors to Hitler must not and will not accomplish Struck Off Foreign Service Lisl BONN Knrl Wurmann until destined for the po*t ol German Vice-Consul in I-ondon. has been) %  true* trom tl hat • cant! for the loreign I Gen Government Coll >wed in a Loi %  %  admire.' J f<-ri iei UaftwaM Herr Wurmann had never been ;'arty anr 1 there against hii.\ i ie -poke'man adc"ej The Wr %  e-iam atalcmei id that the President of i It ting up a Ove-man Commssiun to Investigati the whole question of foreign labour In the US A. gad thO) are going to see to it that Hritish ire well represented I • %  .oid keep n nupply o Hi lish West Indian labourers there Bui Ihe Internal laboui situation n the United %  uch that a decision might be made to restrict the imporlot ft reign labour from any sc Handicrafts ivei -. Intel baiafltc r afui and Tivv on two or three i. i JatttH he said I .siastic in obtaining a the t: S A for Bar,'U and he Mi >-* trj amrther venture— the USA. of West Indian an and Malayan handl-! All the Britinh territories have this -Keutet. LONDON. June 22 A British Foreign Office spokes ii.in I'Klay Indicated that then. Is a difference l>etween the Brit'ill and French approach lo the I uon of endui the state ol war with Germany. He said that Britain regarde I Ihe ending of this state a* one of tasks of the netting I experts on the German queatlon due to open on July 3 In lndoii Britain he said believed that %  atom of war still aslatad between the Allied powers and the German people, but he agree.) thai reportl M the French standpoint puggesled lhat the lYOnd 0 eminent and the State Of WOl itl, (orinany ended wild Tin 'iiTal surrender of the Naxi Government in May 1M5 and that consequently all that now remained to be done was lo NOMVI reit.iui legal disabiliio nfTi"tine bat western power* %  'smun said hi stood that the French Governrnemorandun* OB (h vnuld be submitted on slulv T art'! WOUl I I itted to Inrton —(triiler -' % %  tduetii that of Russia. America's produdoii of alunihium. electric pfaver and crude oil was abo five, six and eight tlmas. repeetlvelv thai of RiMsia it is weak politically because il Is ruled from the lop and has mi broad, popular support," he added Hi Dulles said Ihe only immediate danger to the world wan the Cmimunist tactic of creauQJ internal dirHnilliewhich erlpjpl Ihe working of tree tocleu Kiuter Chinese Attack British Ship KONO KONll. (tin-22 The Brltisli freighter Lady iVuhster %  Ih8:i tOMj fii atvan wounded men. lucludlna lha captain end the thst .'ftlrrr, following the attack bv i-'ime %  NationalHt aircreii terdaj Reutrr Sussex 220 & (forO ^kls.)2l \\ .1. (for li wkts. dec) 177 HOVE, Susflfx. J a y^ i* RAi u £ S'rllmeyer, .ictiiig ;.-: captain of the side Mtablishod a record for any Wesi Indies wicket in England i they ran up 355 ioi the i'.rHt w:<-ket against Sussex here to day Vhe Wiai i i wiUjoul it^ui then leeond venture. Thai epenhig st I indies doni nab fa h) BVtf runs Ihe Hunt fl< %  .'. brtdga Utia ^ %  lee ling ITI i Stollnv %  % %  oath Smtd Hy TinHair On //i Head sn M Kih>i.M June IS hanlghl r> labourer Irom lha bolt. narroa N root ill N la noun .iftei ne plunged Into nu.inniii oi ei,iv which weked him down l" !iis %  nin Hi i rtith his -rms trapped agninst nil thighs, the man. gg-year-oM I' l Laisaon, gave up hope thli iftei nuni, told reaoua worker* "give m\ ionto mi fgniU) B) ui.ii time the I la.v was up to his chin threatening i"" etninguiniion Then i rlrwnan went down the (OOtWld* the end of I roof anil larked him b|i the him of tuv head until ii< was only waist deep While %  gl gun out, .inothei i. do II end poun d Into LaraRMt*i on.nii A trap Wag slipped uiuiii lie ormpits and flistened to .1 winch lit Hie t notnltal i>fIon said he was suffering from %  hocfc but aaparentta oken booee or other Injuries Hnilrr Strike Gansee Shortage In Patagonia '.. 1 t %  Important eti %  .1 unreal %  %  !vi\ji\ hai lo then %  %  Of mill %  %  10 t(i.> pan 1 Lh Pal gnnia was levarcd wh if the tataria %  I h indoned Iht tton on tm* oil 1 %  chubul Vallci 1 Welsh ,1 i-lllllV .1 Linaell Will Not Die 1 1 Hritish Ship Takes Fire LIVERPOOL. June 22 Firemen scrambled from the hot docks of the u' In the holds late last night. The firemen were ore ithdiaw today wher, the hu lot*d The nuihnrlties delet her burn herself rjii —Reuler Thr<'t\ \\ uu mild lit Strike Disorders MtHiKiSTuWN, TBNNBUXE June 22. Shots wounded ttin-e men at the American Enka Corporation Kayon Factory here today. Two hours later a barrage of (Ire shattered windows in the plant, where strike has been going on for fortnight The plant has been UM seene of recurrent disorders during ,1 >tnke hy members of truTextile Workers' Union demanding more pay and other benefits. An official 'aid that at the time of the second outbreak 60 to 75 men "ding round the gatarmed with rifles, shotguns and pistols —Heater Labour Forces Show Down On Schuman Plan LONDON Tin* Hii'isi, L.ibmir Cublnrt dwiili'd in !':< %  down with tha (' tar) approval <>t the wa it liamlled the Schuman siluaHKRrORD Private Gordon K> ell .'.1 ol the Bl %  mg a Oerman been rah taed %  Llautenanl General KetghUCtj 1 1'. C uinoV tha death anh n %  1 %  %  V %  Mnl iald %  and kUkM R Ie I'. • were in il • ih.ittiiii on April 1 insell ltd giving warning 1 idorl Court Martial re%  ". Ui 11' n %  Krat -i 19 Rao 'nt ot lour bouta, forty minuti %  % %  .1 half ii.no lie Ijboo. ra till "ii Ua %  %  I rii.tllpi wha' 1 hall an hour for tiieir an I %  'unit 11 % %  %  l nd in tin rl I no. 1 1*1.1J 1 %  %  nhei conked lo be 1: ttla lime 1 %  phi) iheinelvei in against eceui medium powlln Stoll reached M) Hi H.> minuter Ii... who had -l*ent thlrty-flvc %  i|< singles %  sfti .!...-• %  hud fci. ham • .it II nuu Run 1 %  more riwrij end two moi %  %  %  lumdii' 1 -1 minute*. Rae then went lo so mid by this lime the poll were well Hi 1 1'nsi time hu the BloOiaeryer n.t Stollrneyei dropped bl pain when stunk on lha tl 1 help up while h %  tl • %  Held Leg-b i off break I %  tried 1 %  1 hot .iii .dike lo tin I Wl || is Rae being perticularly aggre*. t.. overhaul I %  d in uu mli • On rage H "A Threal ToTheSoulh" Says Aluliuma MONTf;'iMVIIY AlalMimu, June 22. Both Houses of Iht Alabama n gtdature liMlay denounced re1 lad Bl kua Suprurne coun o-cislon against segregation of a rgr eee as a threat to Wautbern 1 .tlisation Without a dlsKentliig VOtOi thev l<-ssed two re-.olutlorn, one dr< mring that "we will 1 the II.(Trmlngling of white and IM gro children in our public -1 eitsot^". the othei enlllng .011 'edcral courts aivl agaoCata to %  i xerclse discretion" to avoid ,10 ecJiflii t ly-t 1 '. 10 The Supreme Cour* re seerera'iim at th" ei '. %  > Oklahoma end o< I 'lining caian i;:o University nt TexnMl gdVOP ; 0 lw *!ude -\ —Reuter $30 A Week CZECHS GIVE WOMAN THREE DAYS TO LEAVE been -nked lo supply samples of ncii-rafts of all kinds to budiiessmen .n the L' S.A. The •--"plea have been weli nd businessmen are ti 4 permanent^ market by the cu*" magazine Picture Post If :he> were found mn he m to stand the eonaeqai —Renter 'he U.S.A. >fEW YORK. June 22 A man sentenced to m< ''ing prison's electric chair han been ordered to pay an alimony of Killing his aged )tfre ts wltt> hummer after to I If tMg proleel is going •mpaon said tho' upply of goods of uniform quali 1 quantity. | PHAfil.'E Tone 22. %  %  nni expel.' 1 Ru* a middle-aged Englishwoman who han .. dovaki'i Cos the greater peri irgumcnt Issl January ovw • 'earned her to-day; was ordered to pay hl Miss Rules, daugh'er of an I. rnifr wife 30 a week •PP*'*' *•* reeeotly rejected. are divorced in 193B -iieved lo have week she was ordered He was sentenced to die on; in Prague since she w 8 or g|u haWe Ihe country wi'hln three lulv 2, but I marflatory review year.i old. by the Court of Appeal* will d-lsv She earned her living by giving She l, im.iigM lo h. the execution—Renter Ei.glun lessons, and It u ufiderrelatives In England —OeaUr •• lod thai her i^ dow. was dependent upon her I 1 t-ir %  is known, no reason u given for the expulsion order which was originally made six or H ven months ago Miss Rules had in till l-ealed •gabhri thp order, but 1 I'.mei ajao deokled b> tend the Bi luiiitem debate > blob Monday, Until 6 p on Tuesday — as a great m memlwrs of Parliament wan' speak. Defeut Of the Govemmenl oil such nn issue would aim talnly menu it* downfall Bui Ihe 1 ...... almost complete backing of the tntiiry Labour Parlj eonndent of victory One Anxiety I addressed tha Parllamentar) Lai I, produi e t 1 '.ilernelits of pulley, i.iut.oosly approving the broad idea of tiie Bchumen Plan ihe ilmori Imultaneously pul>uhe 1 Lai ;p r* Fol'owmg yester'lay's m*tlog. iiservers lhat the Prime Hlnwter I 1 diked i.e. uf th Minki 1 %  =.' 1 mlnlsteri today hati only om> remaining .mxiety about i •"idt la.it minute casualties 1n •he perky through itcknesa might upset present calculations for 0 %  ant majority Th'* governmenl tonight publlshed the term, of |tl B| by which it will of Commons t o ggajM liandltng of the French pool plan talk day's debate ~ GILBEYS 5panpshWBnc§ in the Maintain 1 some Hijjh % Standard of Quality as shipped to the West Indies for the (B pusl fifly I years liw —Hay- a These incli: GILBEY'S PORT cV SHERRY Yo\i can emoy them ayain in grealei quanlitv lyrnK BA1DIMU \IMl\,vi:,i.,l.id.



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I PAGE TWO BAKUADOS ADVOCATE PUDA1 UNI. H, !9M fouab £aUinq MR I' HEWITT MYRINO, Public Relation* Adviaer to CD. 4 W. J Kenneth Thompson who arrived HI Seawell yesterday t>> ii w i A from the us via Trinidad Mr. Thompson, who I* Colonial Attach. .,'. il. Ilntl h Kmb.-is-. nt Washlnftoti i* ;i mcmher of the British Section of the Caribbean Commission Ho leaven on Sunday f"i M:irtinnine to attend 41 I,-:-HI>K r the Cuiiblwan Commission. Dr. Harknrss Returns R ETCRNING rrom a M lo Jamaici i*arl> yesterday mornini by B.W.I A waa Dr J W. P Harkness. CM O OBI, Medical Adviser to the Comptroller tor Development ann Wcliare in the West Indies. Ha wool over to consult Mr <; H Byrnes. Executive Officer ot the Insecticide Research. Com.nitiee in England and to discuss with hitn future %  lans lor malaria control Mr. Symes is now spending a month m Jamaira study%  K Malaria Control. Dr Harkneas also had discussions of general important-with the Director of Medic.-.! Services and Dr T W. J. Taylor. Principal of-the University College of the West Indies Arrived Yesterday A RRIVING yesterday afternoon from Antigua intransit f 1 • II <; was MaM Molra King, wh" was In Antigua for the wedding of Mr Trevor Fox and Ml* Mo n jn Fletcher. She waa 00a of the bridesmaids She returned to H. C. yesterday afternoon by B.W.I.A. IIHKII ntjlly the Foxes also reVitigua yesterday. they came in BJH an earlier plane Gulf Manager Arrive* G ULF OIL Corporation w ill have a Barbados Branch Manager v. hen Mi W Auer arnve* here CaB Monday, Mr Harold C. Bishop. Special He|*-e**ntative of Gulf Oil. lold tlie Advaeate yesterday morning, shortly after his arrival from New York via Trinidad by B W.I.A. As soon us Mr. Auer arrivehe will make a statement on the immediate future plans of the Corporation, vaid Mr Bishop. Leaving Today M RS RITA WELSH wl, airived from Trinidad Tuesday on I short visit. Is due to return to Trinidad today II.W 1 A She was staying Accra. Rockley On Short Holiday M ISS DOREEN I' A V N E. daughter of Mrs G D. Payne of Pine Road arrived from the U S early yesterday morning via Jamaica and Antigua by B.W I A Miss Pane, who ha* been living in Washingli*** ia tier* for about two and 1 half wrecks' holiday At present she is staying at one of '.he seaside houses at the Crane Spent Honeymoon Here 1 H AND MRS RAMON SOSA i who have been ansgsdlBA their honeymoon in Barbados returned lo Veneiuela yesterday morning by B W LA. Mrs Snaa's later Miss Juliets Mirabal is a ^upil at the Uraullne Convent here and ahe went to Veneiuela -l*'<-tally for th* wedding Mr. and Mrs Sosa were guest* at the Marina Hotel. On Way To U.K. M M H. and MRS CEORfJl. BARNARD who arrived frum St. Lucia by B W.I.A yesterday afternoon will be her? until June 2ltth when they leave for England by the Royal Netherlands Steamship's S.S. Orouie•Ud, Mr. Barnard is a Sugtr Plant** 111 St Lucia and tl't are stavin? ,.t the Royal Hotel Dominion Day T IE Women's Canadian Club, win celebrate Dominion Da. (July 1st) this year with 11 luncheon parly at the Colon) Club After Short Viait M M PUD COI.K. Cdit..1 .' the aaarbadai ..'sterda.. morning bj I: W I A He was I.C.T.A. Students M lt BfWARO ci HATt H and Mr HugV aft r* wh ,.. id ( oUag* Trap* 1 arrived %  b> Il W I A ro spend thre w o n aha' holldu In Barbados. Mr. Jeltcrs has finished his course but the others will be returning 10 College .ifu-r the holidays Vitnl Statistics Officer M UG W P ROBERTS VM an arrival yesterday morning by B.W I A from Jamaica to work with the Developmeni \ Welfare Organisation, as Vital Statistics Offlcei %  v ,n the AgTlcullurut Department in British Guiana. Mr Roberts has been working with Mr L Q Hopkins. Vital Statistics Officer in Jamaica on lha of the W. Census since the latter part of last year. He is at prese-* staying ..i (he Marine Hotel M Passing Through R MAURICE JONES. ManajtT Of the Globe was at Seawall yesterday after* noon hi meet Mr. N Gokool. Governing Dsreetoi of Glob. Theatre* Ltd.. who was all intransit passenger from Martinique, returning to lYtntoad Shepherd Elsie ... LONDON. AH the snepherds o. lame Marsh. Beni England, were men year-oid Elsie Hump! .11 along. And now the shepherd*' face, Elsie nas beaten their game At the annual Rotruiey Marsh sheep-shearing contest Elsie won ii/es against 50 men. b e a red two marsh sheep and wound and bundled two 8> 1 pound fleeces in 38 minutes Turn'he men was 45 nunuteHundreds of men and women watched Elsie's performance and cheered her as she collected her prizes—I.N.S. Classical Turks LONDON The dancing girls of their own '"unlry art not enough for the Turkof lHaO — they want to sec classical ballet, danced by British girls. But Mis* Ninette dc Valols. i Sadler's Wells Ballet, who has just returned from Ankara, raid she had mad* no %  t-h.her air). there. 'J*'-*" 1 to Ankara to talk to kath government i-boui n school of ballot, which IhebaMl U start three years ago. While 1 was there | had many request* to bring a complete r-mipjiny out from Britain. We hope very much It may be possible In the future but our plan, arc complete for a consider M and It certainly wont "' *" rear They a,„ very eager % % %  i we would like '* go"—IN S Rupert and Miranda—24 S IR CHARLES WOOLLEV Kl.HG. Governor ol British Guiana who arrived here on Wednesday afternoon bv the -Go' irned to British Oman yesterday afternoon by B.W.I A He accompanied 1-ady Woolle> as far as Barbados, she is on the •Golflt.." en route to England on Will Be Miited M R EDWARD COOK will V li'.ivmg i:.nbados tn-niorrov. nornliiL' by T.C.A.. en route t England via Canada. rhure. he wll] taka up .1 Senloi | %  i %  ( i .ell knowt; .! Mrs Cook and family Will b rssnalnlng In Barbados until Augtist when they will Inleaving !.> join him in Enj Theatre goers will be sorry r of Mr. Cook'.departure ae, of t well known member• of t 1 %  Bridgetown Players and the BnrDi.imatic Club His latest success was in "Th Middle Watch" recently produce i.> :,.Dramatic Club. As Marine Ogg he will long !*• remember%  ( by the Thentre noing public ol Barbados. African Hospital 'XMIE aMttatl Council lo-day will X show a Him Divbreak in Udi". that ought to IH> seen by an* one Interested In Africa. A British documentary, this Mm was recenlL given %  United rta tions award for ilk realism and constructive Uitei^ita|lon pi • %  utiiii.iitufacing certain Airlcan • I lag :..-day. It tells the Itoi i DBM Ottlcer's attempts to find a maternity hospital in ;i backwai l area where local |ircjuidice do %  bled his dtfncuUte He Is heit>> i bj a number of j ungai and napri tolerant Africans. Al*** on show to. thuie who con sider Oxiord ihe only place to study is a film of the Oxford Colleges Well Known In W.I. M R J KENNETH THOMP SON. Colonial Attache at the British Embassy In Washington, and a member of the Britten Section ot the Caribbean Commission arrived from the U.S yesterday morning via Trinidad by B W.I.A. He will be leaving for Martinique on Sunday to altend a meeting of the Caribbean Commission, on the same plane which Sir George Seel. K C M.G Head or Developmeni and Welfare in the W I and British Co chairman of ihe Caribbean Commission, and Ihe other deleeat:* leave by Mr. Thompson is well known "t the W I and used to be i Masler at Queens Royal College m rrintdad from 1943 until wai broke out. He then returned to England and Joined up He was then sent back to Trinidad and was Chief Censor there until 1B43 During that time he pn|d severnl visits |o Barbados. For Venezuela Holiday M ISS ANNE MILNE will be leaving Trinldnd on Sunda* to. spend a holiday In Vcnesuclj as a guest of Miss Peggy Dalto-.. who now lives there with her parent*. Both these girls are well known In Barbados Score Board in Use Y F "STEHDA V AFTERNOON at a Kensington, during the football game, as the score kep. mounting against the Spartan^ team, n "football wag" climbed Up DM cricket *eore board and icinmenccd keeping record of the room When It gol to eight nil In the rocond half, he was een rushl-ig over to the pavilion—he had run out of numbers. He was back at his post in about half a minute and up went number nine on the board. This turned out to be the final goal. SKELETON CROSSWORD I "V | 1 tsLUPj i' KO> ja'.tins. far mutant*, nu & %¡ '*i (icrrlbed uwo ssgrdsi. it* lacking in svtrr Una. TO carry om an ordar m mean ruin, an also, to so army. may-^— tin. ncisau Jiiyou. kona of an apa. maybr. 1 o.a.A. ti: Mass* pleunin typa lit Cower cow. Ju-i iimni, yua silos'. mis Mru 10 ssui away. That wli It 11 niay bi> Irsrnnl irom one ol two itttsrs T You Muiuin bo sbM< • mas br i ii-*ubt. ttiiK niiiit. '/ tisf* ^^0^ M Y old friend Ralph Straus, who died last week, once used his ver\ Uvdj sens" of humour to rescue me frum .1 difflrult situation. WS • in taking part, on opposite siling materials, ar ci streamlining every process. 4. Give prtor.iy In a Technical Centralisation Bureau co-ordinated with the Uo-.ird of Supplv, the Ministry of BtiMcttng, the ftrmanent Comnullwu( Wnvs and Means, and the. Domestic Unit Council The MIIIHI.I-,, ,,„),„!,, \ „f l>r. Khubarb C) N ^ or tv "' PoP*e have asked ]umh hat is meant by Mumlx.*Ogy, ,f which DrRhubarh 5he foremost living exponent means Idiotic veneration. The Abracadabrlsts, led by Bottelbur. discoverer! that any drivel uttered repeatedly, ami In an authoritative tone, will be accepted todiiy with the fervour formerly accorded to the worship of an African idol Hut Dr. Rhubarb widened the appeal of Hinew philosophy by relying less on completely meaningless sentences than Ahracudabralsm had done. He evolved %  system of half-meanings uttered 11* a Jargon of bastard Latin and CreCK words. IUalso concentrated on clothing obvious lie* In pseudo-scientific gibberish Nobody would have thanked him saying: "The lest way to teach children obedience Is to offer them the alterna.'ive of ilisobedleD Hut who ootild resist The childtnlnd must 1Mpre-conditioned r an apneol to the subeonselotis I such a way that mltid-dlrecttn will not be associated with tli compulsion-mechanism w h 1 c cads to frurtratlonism." . at Whitfields ONLY the latest "BUTTERICK" Patterns Aore arrived •I hiifi.-I.ls /.„ nttvrnv i.i.vrv siMiiiiis (1(1.1 LAMPS PUMP CONNEC'TIO.NS JOHN BULL PATCHING KITS JOHN BULL PATCHING KITS Mr II II, tu 41 CVCL£ BAGS—twm Cp.rU}% SPANNERS ,..Ie. "BESTOIL," per fn ... ,. j7 r Il\M I! M 6ft wide ONLY | .52 per yard run EVANS & WHITFIELDS YOUR SHOE STORE AT BOTH STORES Magnificent offer! SUITCASES CRVPTOQIOTK—Here's hmv to orh It: A X V 1) I H A A \ K Is L I) N ii I B L I. (• W Her simply stand* for another. In this'cxnninle A is used for the three L's. X for the two Os. etc. Single letters, apoatrophies, the length and formst < H at the word* are all hints. Ktch day the code letleis are dlfffient. A Cryptouraiii Quotation ::RERCVV I. V RNO ON AC TC-. "I'KOCE NH — OBCNDHTI'VOKV. i rvj.i I.,I : ALLOWANCF IS TO Bfi MADa? eOR HIM WHO FIRST ATTilipill A THING—PROVERB V L 4r II I] i i :'.'K*i an th rl*t IOOI ol int illeti round lowrr. Ruprri unmp'o Sal ind run* (• ihr bii:lrirtrnt*. \\ hp. atast 'oppn.a i Issal "I MKJfT m back. Don't you • too I; :. ittls bear." ht uy>. This ii th palsca ih.t Mirjndw and Tomorrow at 5 p.m. lonisht To Monda> Night at 8.10 ((HI. tfoGRJCA ind VIRGINIA MAYO n "COLORADO TERRITORY" NBB BROS have aivcn the Serf I'KTl'RE %  n stsek Emotion ger in Your Men GAIETY (Th, Garden) ST. JAMES PrlANr. Sjltirdv. Sundj>—8 30 p.m. Mjllnrr—Sunda, 5 n in WARNER'S MIRACLE MCSKAL! ALWAYS IN MY HEART" WIBlGloria WAIIIIVN Ki. PRANCII Waller HUSTON — Borruh MINKVIICH und Ills Guns Mnnrt,.\ and TUCi lu M 30 p.m. SII.H K KIVKK" Jiid VIII CANT ESCAPE FOREVER" It In. S2 12 !• I> K.7B M In. II la. : In $3.40 S4.15 |4.4* W.'S''SS''''SSSS.'.V.'.'.'.'S.'.VSSSs.


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Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Friday, June 23, 1950
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W.I. BREAK FIRST WICKET RECORD
RaeStollmeyer Hit 355
CANADAW.I. TRADE
DISCUSSED IN LONDON
Treasury Told of'Unfair
TmulmvnU
(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON. JN tt,
I MPOBTANT though ...Ur.in.l uUu n ih, gMaag
trade between flu- West Indies aid f'unadn we
lieved 1 havr taken plate lln\ ui'-i, in London at ill
yearh meeting of the ,\hij. ( aiiadiuu 1'oiilinuinu C
miltcc nn Trad. Canadian HirilWIMlw included M
firnnl Major, nnadiun I i m- Commissioner in Port
Spain.
Wage Dispute
For Arbitration
u
i ...
1 as nuca
Acting Admiimti
I. Cools-Lai tigue announci-d to*
day the long awaited gl
tribunal regai
Lucia workers' Union wage dis-
pute with the Commissioner ol
reconstruct ton. fixed by the Chair-
man, Acting Chief Justice Don
Bid Jackson for Tuesday July 1!
Other momben ol Uw trlbunaj
ore wantltf Adam* for the
Workers, and A A. Bhenfleld
Trinidad tor tnf pi Lucia Gove
ntat,
Hearing now dcjienrt* <>n
Adams and Shentleld 000 an
for thai date
As last tin* ...
held nt private, hut it
thai :h,. L K represent
H
I
.11.. told ih.ii tin. Inter-
lino during 1944 ui i
104B showed that I i I
ng ratlnofd al ' share la
Canadian trade balo*
ed
both Canada end tho W.l ret
tad unteHi:
Wwrld Krrnverv
i bwaakal i In
Uu United Kingdom
stood to have claim
the decline in Canada** I
Ihe British Caribbean m I
lOgteOj -. nit iii
try in general wort
i mod roperentiv, the)!
partiv 'leeausc OOMi
ituods availa" la 1
i <>f the West Indies
partly 11- bum at the chani
the pattern of trade dictated *\
mi Um Martini eo have switched their purchases
Trom mireiv conunerrlai rnoUvee
itid without dl -talion fr- it Whit -
I hall
a* Canada Houat to-night H
inaalaad that tha talks
\tvv Informal, and I)
knowji whether tha report might
'if imMiO,.i;
The Treesury SDnke-ma" i-id
t OOUld he made.
THE HIX'ORD BREAKING BATSMEN- at the let.
elegant tuts during hi* fighting First Test I
UUaT one 10 llfl but il If smartly ttelded V- -
Individual scores tor the tour, ami thev
Stollav m i n maMiuj om 11 hu
. id in the other pletura Alan Rat
Ilollmeyer .-cored 198 ami Raa I7 their
i it.i p.i : Up Of 3*S
Central Prase
No Special
Commitments
FOR MEAT SHIPPING
I
ALLIES ARE STRONGER
THAN RUSSIAN BLOC
Sitys Duties
Ad
New Cot. Secretary
His EXCELLENCY the
Goverooi bee baotl informecl
thai till Bi Stale
for Um I dOCtad
Colo-
nlal So elm <' ,:
y Turnar
Mi Turnar was bom on
the 28th of Daeaaibar, 1912.
and w.i U I DOVOI
College and Wadham Col-
I,.ge. Oxford IV war* ap-
pointed to tl Col aal Ad-
in I93r
as a c. Malayan
I .v.l S
lie was Assistant Resident
;it Brui tin* Of lha
Japan* lion ind vraa
Intarned
Mi Turnai -^
to Sarawak in 1B46 tJ Prin-
cipal A i lary rr-
turnlni ''; i In 1MB
}.! Aaalatant to the
l ,i icnt Officer.
LONDON. June
!'. Britlatt Food Ministry con-
iii'd nere today that it had no!
spec.al commitment
Uh the shipping companies for
itngerated ships to load meat in
Argentina dur.ng July. Hu. gold
a MiMisti > spokesman, "we an
conndani that there will be enough
shipping available to lift the
n.odcrate amount of meat that will
be available from the Argentine III
July."
A possibility had been recognised
here for some lime that Argentine
meat shipments to Britain might
-case if there were the continued
doadloali over the price to be paid
flar July l.
A British Treasury official today
took it for grantad that, faibng an'
.igreement. shipments would cease
after the meat already purchased
Mad been shipped. "Where thero Is
no agreement there Is no meat." he
said. Ha added that the eiantlon
President Truman today nom- f Argentine supplies should make
mated Lieutenant General M ,.., ,mnm,illU. g^ggfjaag to the
Mr. Jhl
"United Stall
than irag no
powen wen I
Truman Nanifs 8
For Army Jobs
WASHINGTON. June 22
Sprague Eddy to be Commanding
General of United State* Armed
Forces in Ruropi
'The President sent the nomina-
tion to the Senate. The President
also asked the Senate to confirm
tbi i.' ramanl Ol Clarence Ralph
Huabnar, Deputy C'ommander-ln-
i <; many and
nog Oonaral of the US.
Army in Europe, In the grade of
tai Q inaral Mr Tru-
man also nomlnatad Major Gen-
i ro) 11 win to be
Commanding General of the
S-.ales Forces in Austria
w\h the rank of Lieutenant Gen-
L
--Renter.
SKULL FOUND
l\ lt\y STREET
A SKULL, apparently manj
.ears old. and other pieces of
bone of a human l>ody was dug up
yesterday in the yard 1 leant.-a resident of Uav Siree'
St Michael
i M m lionet, were found about
Hva hwi doap whUa
maions were digging a well In the
yardi They navt
nut bag, foi the inspec-
Uon of 'he Oorwninant Anuiyst
longer
that
meat ration, as Britain
depended on Argentina
extent.
Trade experti thought that, at
Ihe worst, there would lie a reduc-
rather than a complete
stoppage of Argentine shipments
Faibng a price agreement In good
Argentina, rather than takt
risk of meat going bad, might
offer to ship to Britain nt a price
to be agreed later, with retrospec-
tive effect from July I.
Britain has adamantly refused
to pay more than 80 per ton
after July 1 (against the preeni
Oa Page 7
TOKYO. June a
Dulles, Ropuhlkan Party Advitei to th*
State IVparl'iient. said hoi< lo-dgy thai
ita ogfigH nt war because the'allied
ongior thgJRuaiian hluv.
SPORTS
WINDOW
IK MBI
th* ISVl II t I A
III roHilMne* It ISO
"l-il'ii Hivn-i iSpait
Kvii><. nt.Moi i
Blan iKvarUHii. Wi
He told an Amerie.m Chnmbei
of ( rmuerce at luncheun that al-
tnoufcii Russian iplai had stolen
atoii i wvi-eu tin-, coold no
I tha Invaatlvaaooi and re-
OUiiefulness of mind whlcti i
dlslimtive in free compatltlvi
society
Mr Dulles .aid the -.ftcnictti ol
the traa world h far outwolghfd
Communist countries thai -the
povition Is basically loo enOalded"
Daaptta Russian attempts OVOI
M years lo hulld up industrial
Btadui tlvlty, tha Unltad BUM
Time Morv
Months For
Communists
In Austratio
\.-'...
Prime Mi i Menu*
(hat the \
Communists will Ii.im- OOthai
tbrai months until on
tl\ iuj ' -dai '< i i
reached BnaJ daadl ck on ihe

lull The Oovi nj
nuinist Pint* 1

.ii OpfKH
'
The BUI titled ba-
tween Uh
r 11 k :l.i -^i"..,1!
natfUng a
\
them, insisting 00 BCCOpI
ihe inn ,.s paaatd tr iht 'i. jsa
Mr M.i Hill v. uld
|ba .uhmitted to Parll.i i
In Uw < monlh
t.t.. i.n lha two H
'hi- hills "onus of pie t
In the original \n
..i organisation ile- I.....'
munist i lo bring
proof of innocence
The Government arera prepaia
to let Bm i i rail or
Mm Cram amorei I
"people appealed afa
Ion and gave r\ I
hut the Seoul.' I
mah led lhal U
the Crown la ,iii
ii
tried by lory atootei
France, U.K.
Differ On
German Issue
Soviet Friendship
Means Peace
Says E. German Govt
only neaaM
und independent
U.S.A. MAY BAN W.I.
LABOURERS
TUK linn SH WEST INDIAN labouron In tha I'SA
pular and then employer! want I i keep them
but ;i, or that ihey miyht not be allowiil to dn
j ;.. eth Thompson, cokmlal Attache of ihe
, n Waghlngton told the "Advocate" yee>
terda)
Mi Thompaon arrived yeaterdaj raorruna trom Uu
led bv B.W.I.A. Inlranalt foi Martinique
. he will attend tha lenth rooeUng of the Canbhea.-.
Cuminission which opom <'n Monday, Ha is a ucm ai
Govemmenl 11
CJermany ca
united, peaceful
by means of "Ihe closest friend-
ship with the Soviet Union, the
Kast German Government de-
clared today In a message to Ger-
mans commemorating the annl-
venan of Miller's attack on Rus-
sJa. There mu.t never be an-
other June 22. 1941 for the
German people." it said. "Piratical
Hitler-Fascism has been succeed-
ed by equally piratical Anglo-
American imperialism seeking to
conquer the world and force our
people into a new June 22." the
message added. "The Anglo-
American successors to Hitler
must not and will not accomplish
Struck Off
Foreign
Service Lisl
BONN
Knrl Wurmann until
destined for the po*t ol German
Vice-Consul in I-ondon. has been)
true* trom tl hat
cant! for the loreign I
Gen
Government Coll >wed
in a Loi

admire.' J f<-ri iei
UaftwaM
Herr Wurmann had never been
;'arty anr1
there
against hii.\ i ie -poke'man adc"ej
The Wr '
e-iam
atalcmei
id that the President of
i It ting up a
Ove-man Commssiun to Investi-
gati the whole question of foreign
labour In the US A. gad thO)
are going to see to it that Hritish
ire well represented I
.oid keep n nupply o
Hi lish West Indian labourers
there Bui Ihe Internal laboui
situation n the United '
uch that a decision might be
made to restrict the imporlot
ft reign labour from any sc
Handicrafts
i- vei -. Intel -
baiafltcrafui and
Tivv on two or three
i. i JatttH he said
I .siastic in obtaining a
the t: S A for Bar-
,'U and he Mi
>-* trj
amrther venture
the USA. of West Indian '
an and Malayan handl-!
All the Britinh territories have
this
-Keutet.
LONDON. June 22
A British Foreign Office spokes
ii.in I'Klay Indicated that then.
Is a difference l>etween the Brit'ill
and French approach lo the
I uon of endui the state ol
war with Germany.
He said that Britain regarde I
Ihe ending of this state a* one of
tasks of the netting I
experts on the German queatlon
due to open on July 3 In lndoii
Britain he said believed that
atom of war still aslatad between
the Allied powers and the Ger-
man people, but he agree.) thai
reportl M the French standpoint
puggesled lhat the lYOnd 0
eminent and the State Of WOl
itl, (orinany ended wild Tin
'iiTal surrender of the Naxi Gov-
ernment in May 1M5 and that
consequently all that now re-
mained to be done was lo NOMVI
reit.iui legal disabiliio
nfTi"tine bat western power*
'smun said hi
stood that the French Govern-
rnemorandun* OB (h
vnuld be submitted on
slulv T art'! WOUl I I '
itted to Inrton (triiler
-'
tduetii
that of Russia. America's pro-
dudoii of alunihium. electric
pfaver and crude oil was abo five,
six and eight tlmas. repeetlvelv
thai of RiMsia
it is weak politically because
il Is ruled from the lop and has mi
broad, popular support," he added
Hi Dulles said Ihe only immedi-
ate danger to the world wan the
Cmimunist tactic of creauQJ
internal dirHnillie- which erlpjpl
Ihe working of tree tocleu
Kiuter
Chinese Attack
British Ship
KONO KONll. (tin-- 22
The Brltisli freighter Lady
iVuhster Ih8:i tOMj to fii atvan wounded men.
lucludlna lha captain end the thst
.'ftlrrr, following the attack bv
i-'ime . NationalHt aircreii
terdaj Reutrr
Sussex 220 & (forO ^kls.)2l
\\ .1. (for li wkts. dec) 177
HOVE, Susflfx. J a
y^ i* RAi u S'rllmeyer,
.ictiiig ;.-: captain of the side Mtablishod a
record for any Wesi Indies wicket in England i
they ran up 355 ioi the i'.rHt w:<-ket against Sussex
here to day
Vhe Wiai
, i .
i
wiUjoul it^- ui then leeond venture.
------------------------------------- Thai epenhig st I
indies doni nab fa
h) BVtf runs Ihe
Hunt fl< - '
. .'.
brtdga Utia ^

lee ling ITI
i Stollnv '
oath

Smtd Hy Tin-
Hair On //i Head
sn M Kih>i.M June IS
hanlghl r>
labourer Irom lha bolt.
narroa N root ill N la noun
.iftei ne plunged Into
nu.inniii oi ei,iv which weked
him down l" !iis nin Hi i "
rtith his -rms trapped agninst nil
thighs, the man. gg-year-oM I' l
Laisaon, gave up hope thli iftei
nuni, told reaoua worker* "give
m\ ion- to mi fgniU)
B) ui.ii time the I la.v was up
to his chin threatening i""
etninguiniion Then i rlrwnan
went down the (OOtWld*
the end of I roof anil larked him
b|i the him of tuv head until ii<
was only waist deep While
gl gun out, .inothei i.
do ii end poun d
Into LaraRMt*i on.nii
A trap Wag slipped uiuiii lie
ormpits and flistened to .1 winch
lit Hie t irned and
shotted thi.1 his right leg WBJ
trapped. After ralntmg, Larsson
freed his leg from I plank sub-
astrged In the 1
ed to Uw lop A iiiiim .
an injection before be was hur-
ried i> notnltal i>f- Ion said he
was suffering from hocfc but
aaparentta oken booee
or other Injuries
Hnilrr
Strike Gansee
Shortage In
Patagonia
'.. 1 t

Important eti

.1 unreal


!vi\ji\ hai lo then


Of mill

10 t(i.> pan 1
Lh Pal
gnnia was levarcd wh "
if the tataria " I
h indoned Iht
tton on tm* oil 1

chubul Vallci
1 Welsh ,1
i-lllllV .1
Linaell Will
Not Die
1

1
Hritish Ship
Takes Fire
LIVERPOOL. June 22
Firemen scrambled from the
hot docks of the cargo ship Futonl here today
when the blazu.g ship lurched from
the weight of thousands of gal-
lons of watei pumped into her
Port officials feared the Fulaaf.
with a twenty degree list, would
torn right over and block the
entrance to the dock where she
i berthed
The ship is loaded with cherm-
rala. Including sulphur, and
machinery for Weat Africa. Th<
lire broke *>u' In the holds late
last night. The firemen were or-
e ithdiaw today wher, the
hu lot*d The nuihnrlties de-
let her burn herself rjii
Reuler
Thr<'t\ \\ uu mild lit
Strike Disorders
MtHiKiSTuWN, TBNNBUXE
June 22.
Shots wounded ttin-e men at the
American Enka Corporation Kayon
Factory here today. Two hours
later a barrage of (Ire shattered
windows in the plant, where
strike has been going on for
fortnight The plant has been UM
seene of recurrent disorders during
,1 >tnke hy members of tru- Tex-
tile Workers' Union demanding
more pay and other benefits. An
official 'aid that at the time of
the second outbreak 60 to 75 men
"ding round the gat-
armed with rifles, shotguns and
pistols Heater
Labour Forces Show Down
On Schuman Plan
LONDON
Tin* Hii'isi, L.ibmir Cublnrt dwiili'd in !':<
down with tha (' man plan by presenting what armmntrd to ,i uV
a vote ol confidence In the goveniniant'g otuiudi
Ministers, at a mealing laitlng
an hour und three Quarters, de-
clded thai Ml men
siiihi Id tuke the form of an
Bteodmenl i" the Cot
Liberal motion calling
ipatlofl In ih* i powei
laU ......Plan now
eadlng Pbi 1 <;ovem-
t amendmaol will ask parlia>
tar) approval <>t the wa it
liamlled the Schuman silua-
HKRrORD
Private Gordon k>
ell .'.1 .
ol the Bl -,-

mg a Oerman
been rah taed

Llautenanl General !
KetghUCtj 1 1'.
C.......uinoV
tha death anh n 1

V
Mnl iald

and kUkM R
Ie
I'.

. were in il
ih.- ittiiii on April 1
insell ltd
giving warning
1 idorl Court Martial re-
........". Ui 11' n Krat -i
19
Rao 'nt .
ot lour bouta, forty minuti


.1 half ii.no
lie Ijboo.
ra till "ii Ua

I rii.- tllpi wha'
1
hall an hour for tiieir an
I 'unit 11


l
nd in tin
rl I no.
1
1*1.1J
1 nhei con-
ked lo be
1:
ttla lime 1 phi) ihein-
elvei in against eceui '
medium powlln Stoll
reached M) Hi H.> minuter
Ii... who had -l*ent thlrty-flvc

i|< singles

sfti .!...- hud fci. -
. ham .it II nuu Run 1
....... more riwrij end two moi
lumdii' 1
-1 minute*.
Rae then went lo so mid by this
lime the poll were well
Hi 1 1'nsi time hu the
BloOiaeryer n.t
Stollrneyei dropped bl
pain when stunk on lha tl
1
help up while h
tl Held Leg-b i
off break I tried 1 -
1 hot .iii
.dike lo tin I Wl ||
is Rae being perticularly aggre*.
t.. overhaul I
d in uu mli
On rage H
"A Threal
ToTheSoulh"
Says Aluliuma
MONTf;'iMVIIY
AlalMimu, June 22.
Both Houses of Iht Alabama
n gtdature liMlay denounced re-
1 lad Bl kua Suprurne coun
o-cislon against segregation of
argreee as a threat to Wautbern
1 .tlisation "
Without a dlsKentliig VOtOi thev
l<-ssed two re-.olutlorn, one dr-
< mring that "we will 1
the II.(Trmlngling of white and
IM gro children in our public
-1 eitsot^". the othei enlllng .011
'edcral courts aivl agaoCata to
i xerclse discretion" to avoid
,10 ecJiflii t ly-t 1 '. 10
The Supreme Cour* re
seerera'iim at th"
ei '. > Oklahoma end o<
I 'lining cai- an '
i;:o University nt Texn- Ml gdVOP
; 0 lw *!ude -\ Reuter
$30 A Week
CZECHS GIVE WOMAN
THREE DAYS TO LEAVE
been -nked lo supply samples of
ncii-rafts of all kinds to bud-
iiessmen .n the L' S.A. The
--"plea have been weli
. nd businessmen are ti .
4 permanent^ market
by the cu*"
magazine Picture Post If :he>
were found mn he m
to stand the eonaeqai
Renter
'he U.S.A.
>fEW YORK. June 22
A man sentenced to m<
''ing prison's electric chair han
been ordered to pay an alimony
of Killing his aged
)tfre ts wltt> hummer after
to I
If tMg proleel is going
mpaon said tho'
upply of
goods of uniform quali1.
quantity. |
PHAfil.'E Tone 22.

nni expel.' 1 Ru*
a middle-aged Englishwoman
who han .. dovaki'i
Cos the greater peri
irgumcnt Issl January ovw 'earned her to-day;
was ordered to pay hl Miss Rules, daugh'er of an
I. rnifr wife 30 a week PP*'*' ** reeeotly rejected.
are divorced in 193B -iieved lo have week she was ordered
He was sentenced to die on; in Prague since she w 8 or g|u haWe Ihe country wi'hln three
lulv 2, but I marflatory review year.i old.
by the Court of Appeal* will d-lsv She earned her living by giving She l, im.iigM lo h.
the executionRenter Ei.glun lessons, and It u ufider- relatives In England OeaUr
lod thai her i-
^ dow. was dependent upon her
I 1 t-ir is known, no reason
u given for the expulsion order
which was originally made six or
h ven months ago
Miss Rules had in till
l-ealed gabhri thp order, but
. 1 I'.mei ajao deokled b>
tend the Bi luiiitem debate > blob
Monday, Until 6 p
on Tuesday as a great m
memlwrs of Parliament wan'
speak.
Defeut Of the Govemmenl oil
such nn issue would aim
talnly menu it* downfall Bui Ihe
1 ......
almost complete backing of the
tntiiry Labour Parlj
eonndent of victory
One Anxiety
I addressed tha
Parllamentar) Lai
I, produi e
t 1 '.ilernelits of pulley,
i.iut.oosly approving the broad
idea of tiie Bchumen Plan
ihe ilmori Imultaneously pul>-
uhe 1 Lai ;p .....r*
Fol'owmg yester'lay's m*tlog.
iiservers lhat the
Prime Hlnwter I 1 diked i.e.
uf th
Minki 1 =.' 1 mlnlsteri today hati
only om> remaining .mxiety about
i
"idt la.it minute casualties 1n
he perky through itcknesa might
upset present calculations for 0
ant majority
Th'* governmenl tonight pub-
llshed the term, of |tl B|
by which it will
of Commons t o ggajM
liandltng of the French
pool plan talk
day's debate ~
GILBEYS
5panpshWBnc
in the
Maintain 1
some Hijjh
% Standard of
Quality as
shipped to
the
West Indies
for the
(B pusl fifly
' I years
liwHay-a
These incli:
GILBEY'S
PORT
cV SHERRY
Yo\i can emoy
them ayain in
grealei quanlitv
lyrnK
BA1DIMU \IMl\,vi:,i.,l.id.


I
PAGE TWO
BAKUADOS ADVOCATE
PUDA1 UNI. H, !9M
fouab aUinq
MR I' HEWITT MYRINO, Public Relation* Adviaer to CD. 4 W.
J Kenneth Thompson who arrived hi Seawell yester-
day t>> ii w i A from the us via Trinidad
Mr. Thompson, who I* Colonial Attach. .,'. il. Ilntl h Kmb.-is-.
nt Washlnftoti i* ;i mcmher of the British Section of the Caribbean
Commission Ho leaven on Sunday f"i M:irtinnine to attend 41
i,-:-hi>k r the Cuiiblwan Commission.
Dr. Harknrss Returns
RETCRNING rrom a M lo
Jamaici i*arl> yesterday
mornini by B.W.I A waa Dr
J W. P Harkness. CM O .
OBI, Medical Adviser to the
Comptroller tor Development ann
Wcliare in the West Indies.
Ha wool over to consult Mr
<; H Byrnes. Executive Officer ot
the Insecticide Research. Com-
.nitiee in England and to discuss
with hitn future lans lor malaria
control Mr. Symes is now spend-
ing a month m Jamaira study-
K Malaria Control.
Dr Harkneas also had dis-
cussions of general important--
with the Director of Medic.-.!
Services and Dr T W. J. Taylor.
Principal of-the University Col-
lege of the West Indies
Arrived Yesterday
ARRIVING yesterday afternoon
from Antigua intransit f 1
II <; was MaM Molra King, wh"
was In Antigua for the wedding
of Mr Trevor Fox and Ml*
Monjn Fletcher. She waa 00a of
the bridesmaids She returned to
H. C. yesterday afternoon by
B.W.I.A.
IihkIi ntjlly the Foxes also re-
Vitigua yesterday.
they came in BJH an earlier plane
Gulf Manager Arrive*
GULF OIL Corporation w ill have
a Barbados Branch Manager
v. hen Mi W Auer arnve* here
CaB Monday, Mr Harold C. Bishop.
Special He|*-e**ntative of Gulf
Oil. lold tlie Advaeate yesterday
morning, shortly after his arri-
val from New York via Trinidad
by B W.I.A.
As soon us Mr. Auer arrive- he
will make a statement on the
immediate future plans of the
Corporation, vaid Mr Bishop.
Leaving Today
MRS RITA WELSH wl,
airived from Trinidad
Tuesday on I short visit. Is due to
return to Trinidad today
II.W 1 A She was staying
Accra. Rockley
On Short Holiday
MISS DOREEN I' A V N E.
daughter of Mrs G D.
Payne of Pine Road arrived from
the U S early yesterday morn-
ing via Jamaica and Antigua by
B.W I A Miss Pane, who ha*
been living in Washing-
li*** ia tier* for about two and
1 half wrecks' holiday At present
she is staying at one of '.he
seaside houses at the Crane
Spent Honeymoon Here 1
H AND MRS RAMON SOSAi
who have been ansgsdlBA
their honeymoon in Barbados re-
turned lo Veneiuela yesterday
morning by B W LA. Mrs Snaa's
later Miss Juliets Mirabal is a
^upil at the Uraullne Convent
here and ahe went to Veneiuela
-l*'<-tally for th* wedding
Mr. and Mrs Sosa were guest*
at the Marina Hotel.
On Way To U.K.
M
MH. and MRS CEORfJl.
BARNARD who arrived frum
St. Lucia by B W.I.A yester-
day afternoon will be her? until
June 2ltth when they leave for
England by the Royal Nether-
lands Steamship's S.S. Orouie-
Ud,
Mr. Barnard is a Sugtr Plant**
111 St Lucia and tl't are stavin?
,.t the Royal Hotel
Dominion Day
TIE Women's Canadian Club,
win celebrate Dominion Da.
(July 1st) this year with 11
luncheon parly at the Colon)
Club
After Short Viait
MM PUD COI.K. Cdit..1 .'
the aaarbadai
..'sterda..
morning bj I: W I A He was
I.C.T.A. Students
Mlt BfWARO ci
HATt H and Mr HugV
.
aft r* wh
,.. id ( oUag*
- Trap* 1 arrived

b> Il W I A ro spend thre
won aha' holldu In Barbados. Mr.
Jeltcrs has finished his course
but the others will be returning
10 College .ifu-r the holidays
Vitnl Statistics Officer
MUG W P ROBERTS VM
an arrival yesterday morn-
ing by B.W I A from Jamaica
to work with the Developmeni
\ Welfare Organisation, as Vital
Statistics Offlcei
v ,n the AgTlcullurut
Department in British Guiana.
Mr Roberts has been working
with Mr L Q Hopkins. Vital
Statistics Officer in Jamaica on
lha of the W.
Census since the latter part of
last year. He is at prese-* staying
..i (he Marine Hotel
M
Passing Through
R MAURICE JONES. Man-
ajtT Of the Globe
was at Seawall yesterday after*
noon hi meet Mr. N Gokool.
Governing Dsreetoi of Glob.
Theatre* Ltd.. who was all
intransit passenger from Mar-
tinique, returning to lYtntoad
Shepherd Elsie
... LONDON.
AH the snepherds o. lame .
Marsh. Beni
England, were men
year-oid Elsie Hump! .11
along.
And now the shepherd*' face,
Elsie nas beaten
their game
At the annual Rotruiey Marsh
sheep-shearing contest Elsie won
ii/es against 50 men.
beared two marsh sheep
and wound and bundled two 8> 1
pound fleeces in 38 minutes Turn-
'he men was 45 nunute-
Hundreds of men and women
watched Elsie's performance and
cheered her as she collected her
prizesI.N.S.
Classical Turks
LONDON
The dancing girls of their own
'"unlry art not enough for the
Turk- of lHaO they want to sec
classical ballet, danced by British
girls.
But Mis* Ninette dc Valols.
i Sadler's Wells Ballet,
who has just returned from
Ankara, raid she had mad* no
t-h.- her air). there.
. 'J*'-*"1 to Ankara to talk to
kath government i-boui
n school of ballot, which
IhebaMl U start three years ago.
While 1 was there | had many
request* to bring a complete
r-mipjiny out from Britain.
We hope very much It may be
possible In the future but our
plan, arc complete for a consider
M and It certainly wont
"' *" rear They a, very eager
i we would like
'* go"IN S
Rupert and Miranda24
SIR CHARLES WOOLLEV
Kl.HG. Governor ol Brit-
ish Guiana who arrived here on
Wednesday afternoon bv the -Go'
irned to British Oman ,
yesterday afternoon by B.W.I A
He accompanied 1-ady Woolle>
as far as Barbados, she is on the
Golflt.." en route to England on
Will Be Miited
MR EDWARD COOK will V
li'.ivmg i:.nbados tn-niorrov.
nornliiL' by T.C.A.. en route t
England via Canada. rhure. he
wll] taka up .1 Senloi |
i ( i .ell knowt;
.!
Mrs Cook and family Will b
rssnalnlng In Barbados until Aug-
tist when they will In- leaving !.>
join him in Enj
Theatre goers will be sorry
r of Mr. Cook'.- departure ae,
of t
well known member of t1
Bridgetown Players and the Bnr-
Di.imatic Club
His latest success was in "Th
Middle Watch" recently produce
i.> :,.- Dramatic Club. As Marine
Ogg he will long !* remember-(
by the Thentre noing public ol
Barbados.
African Hospital
'XMIE aMttatl Council lo-day will
X show a Him Divbreak in
Udi". that ought to Ih> seen by an* -
one Interested In Africa.
A British documentary, this Mm
was recenlL given United rta
tions award for ilk realism and
constructive Uitei^ita|lon pi
utiiii.iitu- facing certain Airlcan
I lag :..-day.
It tells the Itoi i DbM
Ottlcer's attempts to find a ma-
ternity hospital in ;i backwai l
area where local |ircjuidice do
bled his dtfncuUte He Is heit>> i
bj a number of j ungai and napri
tolerant Africans.
Al*** on show to. thuie who con
sider Oxiord ihe only place to
study is a film of the Oxford Col-
leges
Well Known In W.I.
MR J KENNETH THOMP
SON. Colonial Attache at
the British Embassy In Washing-
ton, and a member of the Britten
Section ot the Caribbean Com-
mission arrived from the U.S
yesterday morning via Trinidad
by B W.I.A.
He will be leaving for Mar-
tinique on Sunday to altend a
meeting of the Caribbean Com-
mission, on the same plane which
Sir George Seel. K C M.G
Head or Developmeni and Wel-
fare in the W I and British Co
chairman of ihe Caribbean Com-
mission, and Ihe other deleeat:*
leave by
Mr. Thompson is well known
"t the W I and used to be i
Masler at Queens Royal College
m rrintdad from 1943 until wai
broke out. He then returned to
England and Joined up He was
then sent back to Trinidad and
was Chief Censor there until
1B43 During that time he pn|d
severnl visits |o Barbados.
For Venezuela Holiday
MISS ANNE MILNE will be
leaving Trinldnd on Sunda*
to. spend a holiday In Vcnesuclj
as a guest of Miss Peggy Dalto-..
who now lives there with her pa-
rent*. Both these girls are well
known In Barbados
Score Board in Use
YF"-STEHDAV AFTERNOON at
a Kensington, during the foot-
ball game, as the score kep.
mounting against the Spartan^
team, n "football wag" climbed
Up dm cricket *eore board and
icinmenccd keeping record of the
room
When It gol to eight nil In the
rocond half, he was een rushl-ig
over to the pavilionhe had run
out of numbers.
He was back at his post in about
half a minute and up went num-
ber nine on the board. This turned
out to be the final goal.
SKELETON CROSSWORD


I



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|

1

tsLUPj i' ko>
ja'.tins. far mutant*, nu &?
'*i (icrrlbed uwo ssgrdsi.
it* lacking in svtrr Una.
. TO carry om an ordar m
mean ruin, an also, to so army.
may-^
, -----tin. ncisau
. Jiiyou. kona of an apa. maybr.
1 o.a.A.
ti:
Mass*
pleunin typa lit
Cower cow.
Ju-i iimni, yua silos'.
mis Mru 10 ssui away.
That wli It 11 niay bi> Irsrnnl
irom one ol two itttsrs T
You Muiuin bo sbM< niM out of tin* pUca.
K-iftin.r. urn rpuiiPt.
nasarouu- 'result ol NumBtr
froverblatif minio odhvioo.
aeraich stout m rtii.i
way.
wiiai a low may gtva ins
d.L'kS UUHN
ii. '* ,
. word. Irom Nsgm. pf
Tna Uniuvilrd BUMt.
, vocal quality to gt*<
amDa.
. Wtrrs ik-!"> mas br i
ii-*ubt. ttii- K niiiit.
'/ tisf* dpf
VUuik'n.u Uwo wards).
intern nily.
, Thouah nutated. J. V. wsi
alieail. Il t*ms.
. All ihaf* l-lt of a prlssl
rnurcii.
. Hut 1 die" uir iknirr htrs fir
. that there* nuining plw
(two wurttai.
BY THE WAY > ^^0^
MY old friend Ralph Straus,
who died last week, once used
his ver\ Uvdj sens" of humour to
rescue me frum .1 difflrult situa-
tion.
WS in taking part, on opposite
si thing was as heavy as lead, and I
heaviei lo l-ng uncertain
of the audience, and not knowing
wheHbej to treat it mock-serlously
or frivolously. While I was giving
my evident*- for the defence the
audience became restive Straus
Immediately walked across the
platform and offered me, openly
and publicly, a bribe ol one penny
to change sides and loin the prose-
cution From that moment the
. Ball 1 1 ! .-lucky and
sven .ii/. To "Una shame
I took the peuuv.
fan Suet yet the Itnuwa.'
THE never-ending debate on
whose scheme or which plan
Kill produ .'uses lakes
;i new turn Charlie Suet's plan
is published today. He claims that
It is an answer to all thoM' who
complain that so many house's are
built on paper that nobody has anv
time U. get solid homes buUi
Suits Four-Point Plan -
I Muiualr* the cement and
,.uk iidustrics us from March
1957
2. Increase interchange of sup-
plies by 'lelocalldne fgiunal
utherfuoi
3 Cut cost* by increasing
Overall allocation of ..(,:....
p-K>ling materials, ar ci stream-
lining every process.
4. Give prtor.iy In a Technical
Centralisation Bureau co-ordin-
ated with the Uo-.ird of Supplv,
the Ministry of BtiMcttng, the ftr-
manent Comnullw- u( Wnvs and
Means, and the. Domestic Unit
Council
The MiiihI.i-,,,,),!,, \ f
l>r. Khubarb
C)N^ or-tv"' PoP*e have asked
]umh
hat is meant by Mumlx.-
*Ogy, ,f which Dr- Rhubarh
5he foremost living exponent
means Idiotic veneration. The
Abracadabrlsts, led by Bottelbur.
discoverer! that any drivel uttered
repeatedly, ami In an authorita-
tive tone, will be accepted todiiy
with the fervour formerly accord-
ed to the worship of an African
idol Hut Dr. Rhubarb widened
the appeal of Hi- new philosophy
by relying less on completely
meaningless sentences than Ahra-
cudabralsm had done. He evolved
system of half-meanings uttered
11* a Jargon of bastard Latin and
CreCK words. IU- also concentrat-
ed on clothing obvious lie* In
pseudo-scientific gibberish No-
body would have thanked him
saying: "The lest way to teach
children obedience Is to offer them
the alterna.'ive of ilisobedleD
Hut who ootild resist The child-
tnlnd must 1m- pre-conditioned r
an apneol to the subeonselotis I
such a way that mltid-dlrecttn
will not be associated with tli
compulsion-mechanism w h 1 c
cads to frurtratlonism."
. at Whitfields only
the latest "BUTTERICK" Patterns Aore arrived
I hiifi.-I.ls /. nttvrn-
v i.i.vrv siMiiiiis
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SPANNERS ..... ,..Ie.
"BESTOIL," per fn ... ,. j7r
Il\M I! M
6ft wide
ONLY | .52
per yard run
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WHITFIELDS
YOUR SHOE STORE
AT BOTH
STORES
Magnificent offer!
SUITCASES
CRVPTOQIOTKHere's hmv to orh It:
A X V 1) I H A A \ K
Is L I) N ii I B L I. ( W
Her simply stand* for another. In this'cxnninle A is used
for the three L's. X for the two Os. etc. Single letters, apoa-
trophies, the length and formst < h at the word* are all hints.
Ktch day the code letleis are dlfffient.
A Cryptouraiii Quotation
::- RERCVV I. V RNO ON AC TC-.
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n.\Rn\nos ai>\m \n
PAC1 TNREF,
Six-\ Discuss Super-Parliainenl
PARIS. June 22.
Leading delegates to the six-nation talks on the
Schuman Plan were to Rive their reactions to-day to the
tentative French proposals including one for a "supra-
national Parliament" to keep the European coal and ftcel
pool under democratic control
At to-days restricted third session of the Conference1
in thfl Frvi- h FavMfrj Office, the heads of delegations Wtn
due to give then first impressions of the Plan as its author.
M. Jean Monnet, outlined it in a two hour speech yesterday
They were alao to five their
views on the mum difflcullie<. -<
i-r ovrrromf. Only after hcaimg
Ibeea statcnu-nu will Om Fl
delegation submit a final draft
of the working documents Which
it nifjcau as a basis for fun he-
talki.
Assembly of Deputies
ft ***.. 4*VI
mKm>^ '*- **+ one*
D *a* usm ace own* r*>
lOuO AOOki
L
GA/VS&Ol.g
"Sain/ 0/
Chastity"
Goes To Rome
Gahhy AppQJty
ROME. Jlim 22
In hin outline of possible method*
of Implementing lh*- plan, M
The vanguard <* several hun- MmmMi France's chief ecoaom
dred thousand Italians arc ex- p|unncr. sufilffstcd that the aupra
penrd to arrive here to-day lor -,(.! authority controlllr.j Uir
ha unprecedented open airjjd. poo| ,hou|d ,. coUccUvely rcspon-
ble to an Assembly of Dcputi
Grdcila
Tells About
Anegadii
IIHSTS FOR
IRE \StjRE
1IL\TERS
Paris
Streets
oniaation on Saturday of Man
Gorgotti who was stabbed tc
death at the age of 12. while re-
sisting an attack 46 years ago.
The body o( the new "Snint ol
clad in white a Ik and
enclosed in a eU.su coffin, arriv-
ed in Rome yesterday from Net-
tuno. in Southern Italy, where
it b kept as a seaside resort.
It will be displayed In the
Church of St. John for the ven-
eration of the f.iil.ilul until after
the canoni
Among the pilgrims VtaO IN
due to arrive here to-day is *-
year-old Assunta (loretti. who
will be the first mother to attcn.i
the canonisation of her child.
Kruter
from the parliaments of all par-
ticipaUnR countrtea.
He told the delegales from
Italy, Belgium. Holland, Luxem-
bourg, and Western Oermany
well
LBo in AMgada |H1
th* quiet side is very Inl
to the limited number ol
tanU and visitors who .;
from time to time. Mil
Faulkner told th,- Advocate*' millio
yesarrday
native of that island
France that this would Faulkner reeld>| n the I'NA
ensure democratic control of th< and h now high authority's actions. He sug- of the Caribbean ghflll
gested that the Asaembly might
meet within a year to arrange
plans.
Monnet also suggested there
should be a method of appeel
against the high authorities' de-
ectul*
isio
Ore tin I rat inn
U.S. Appoint
Spofford To
Pact C'tee
Earlier today a French Foreign
Office spokesman said the French
draft would include organisation
of the supra-national authority
and its functioning Its mission
powari, and functions and ranni
of appeal from its decision"
On each of these points a sub-
committee of legal experts, eco-
nomists and coal and steel
technicians would be appointed.
he added.
He declared the French draft
ill would not be imposed on foreign
delegates but would be open
WASIiy
bottom >: I
I
I
i seems to, be ac-
counted i>
' ' ' wall-
re a|
n-i>. whose nan
oa. and carlo
Heated.
, i
bout other rich
i i
-. ; .... St.! tat) PP.
I
atanj must
harra beet I

Ived in Dm
id try
I'AHIS

M crtj

It. tie
' ..:ks -it poets .
jokers.
at ' ft
OM Car touch
both sides will, 1
'
Street Ol the (".it whfl
' t- ,
, ,i .few unex "'
The Gap
Widens
LONDON
The gaj

Forced to | a and more for

Latest i fa figures

by a fur-
.'. In inning the
I
And neartj ene-
nalf "' thai rtaa h
, .,11, rat] pilfenng gar- arti
lUo April OXpOtl
WASHINGTON, June St
Mr C. Charles Spodord. 47-
year-old New York lawyer,
represent the United Stale-
ha North Atlantic treaty, a com- criticism and change during the
rnfHec set up to weld UM 12 pad meeting.
. ,l , fence Heads of delegations are
.,IW11(, expected to meet press corrcs-
i mil Trama* announced pendent* twice n week to report
Mr. Spofford'a appointment at on iho negotiations.
conference to- Non-Communist miners lead-
,ii,% ers. meeting here today, said the |* Mill ahve in An.'pn i
A AmotlcMI dOPUta M If ex- plan could succeed only with the quite well when rha
iwrted lo become full lima directive r-artle'mittnn nf Trades in Much s>
, chlel .....Unator ot Unions bolh nationally and inter- i.nd ATM sisters in the
OKACITA FAII-KMII
Her lather Mr AugUatO
StanrlB| batata

md Dutch hip:. and the
ataa. Ball
ars in known lost iren-

4
\ ehlvea pt 1
Reuter
the executive committee which national!
Not h AUanti Sui reme Coun*
i ,i o> cldc I to tanUy
,,i itv i. aal month
Pm itteiit Truman
, the poal
to Mr. Spofford
Ol the United States Secretary of
SUtc. Mr. Dean Acheson. aftei LAKE SUCCESS. June 22
Hie u.nnei- UuilM Mioect*}' *>i a United Nations report pub-
Siate. Mr. Robert Loveit. had lished today showed that Britain,
declined it for reasons of health Finland. France. Hungary and there
i
Ms Of
17-enlp irn and Dut.-i
i.k all but
. it vu
Mi Clernanl Faulkner
of two sons
Britain Recovers
Pre-war Output
In private life. *c Is " I
eon pan)
,'iiH)Now
Anagada, aboul * n th
of Tortola, the caj-itnl of the Bril- R
is). Vngin UlanM
c unliy of about Ifl gqui
with a populatnx. of aboul K .,.,. .
ji'.though there was a lime
i
In Part rtar, there
row eTtaon" H
-re the
'uMiei

ran for iu*t a i
ifling June sun
Five Streets
Tbari "
but nol one

any of them Inhal
ihe Dai. '
\\...-,,' in "HeU
l.. be found among the
|Oft|
. o< Satai I
luuici Btreel' and ihe
ton."
' looWng '"i
.,,,k i.|. NanC) 'Tannv"
, .lube Stree' Or. if .
i ix feet, pt-haps tt arouW b.'
wdrOiwh '. t thf "Street ol
rt "
ippronal
neone Mi V"J- ,l
,,
-t you "itrM ba "'*' "P- ''
| | i < would P>
M
Hone ">' ,h'
i
i nllnwc
i t th<
...
street of
F |

'
llVl'l
The long delay in the appoint- Norway had recovered their prc-
i.iein of an Americ>n d-puiy w.ir levels of output of goods and
had caused some impEttence in services.
North Atlantic diplomatic circles The report said that these coun-
as it has not been possible for tries had achieved vtl.naUonal
the Executive Committee to Incomes about equal to their 1938
meet until the Amcricnn Deputy level
more
hod bean .ippolntcd
Nehru Stresses
Complete Unity
Beater Tn* report, entitled "National
Income Statistics of Various
Countries. 1938/40" contained de-
tailed statistics of national incomes some of the Ms
and related agjfregalee for 32 hurntngofcharco.il.
mam
The Island Is a healthy oM
-hlch boosts ot having
rlnest benches, rn the Wi
placed second only Jo AnfUlUa
Its sea water and MM
suld to be better than 11".; .11
rtsrbados
Fishing i- tlw ehiel
but there is a little rail
ibniund at U*


The authorltauv. Plnanctal
Inta out that U>
ration m Brttatn'i b itM ol trade
i baglnBlnj in .i nun*) "dtsquMVa
ing prop.''
Average l.eM.
powei "t the
m hi
i.iw about n par caw
i ,teh be-
iluatfon ol tha poond
1949
As Britain a t<-t.ii Impa
t Linnini prior i ition a1 .i
rate of obii| *ft. .mlir n i--i
I it anil i-
necessan- lo Ineffj i i I
aboul 1740 mJUMri pai raai qntti
that may
iifiiM.iie any gap
in Britain^ overall payi
.Xislcl ii) Ihe patlOd Iteffire ilc-
The nstng Iret
mwai
malnl} i<. blame fog Ihe
1
r | linlMl
prtees aa a ip three
peanui i> III, bui the indn f"i
raw material Imporui i
five ("iints lo I4t. I mi i .
avion imp. i a ol ran n.
.i
cam
l-e.-k llrmhl
Men rn i apart!
"imn t.> incroaM
and marketing pr. lot .
immediate futun hi lsil lo*>k
biiaM
The Fini.nc.j.l Time- .
owi,. i. ihni it ihe dan
uf tin i
r.Uuiu s Uussia 2 Chililrcii
For Jap
Treaty Delay
T()K\i' .1 it
. is i. dupoai
\et | nwn. I
to the American St-.te Depart-
i press confererice hare
I
.
aid the'
. 'inght adopt
loi lapan similar .tn
an institutiiu: in emphniisod that tin
. dectfj-l
whether to praoaad ahfth I peac
bthaf arrange-
>ents If thev decided to pro-
iToatJ -teatt'e Ihe
vautd be
.. n* mos'
lo anive at thc
| tit. 1(1 :..> Itt-til '
G/ir-DGfD STOCK
STANDS FIR/A
bOM DOW
Renewed buylv i Hi
it'.iiienl |on| d.iti^i -:.-
I
of the Ixmm*d>i Stock 1
day.
nii .,u gaim, an iv an*
I it ,tt h
ivxtiies. Iran *
irregularity but among n

tent iii price i
1.:. IB
Rubber iharaa wen
highel llient i- l,i pfOVtdl
......I aaalat I M
aaara nlantlvaaj *^ ti" i
I in th ..ruicr
Iii One
Week
Hi
V i
tonight to a won


Though there hv bavn rare eai
oaaaa wnmaa.

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I


/
1 "j barn
aaaaaaa
keepFEETds ihorTOES!
WALPAMUR QUALITY PAINTS
countries and dlseusaKms of the
significance of the figures
Nearly nil large or industrially
important countries were con-
cerned with the survey except
RANGOON. June 22
Pandit J Nehru. Indian Prime
Minister. !"da> appealed to In-
dians in Burma to help to pro-
whilt
the U S A
Republ
elihood
Iwo countries.
Pandit Nehru was addressing a
rally presided over by Thakin Nu,
thtfrneae Prime Minister, with
other ministers and high ranking
Bnrmaae oftlcials on the Platform.
The Indian Prime Minister
urged the gathering to realise the
responsibilities which freedom had
brought in its wake, and stressed
the need for complete unity in the
d mot ne; which had newly
.i Reuter.
and services
Reuter.
Cyprian Electricity
NICOSIA, Cyprus
Work has be?un here on ai
island-wide electricity snppl-
tvgtcm costing 2.000.000. Th
vcheme includes a 70.000-kitmvntt
generating station and a
transmission s>stem which
'People's Police'
Chief Dies
BERLIN, June 22-
Dr. Kurt Fischer, chief of the
East German "People's Police"
died early this morning", from a
stroke, the East German Govern-
ment's Information Office an-
nounced todav.
Fischer, who was 49. had been
suffering from a weak heart for
tome ume, but had "'continued his
work despite the warnings of his
v ctors," the announcement 'said.
Following a deterioration in his
lain condition, he went lo a sanatorium
1 have migrated to
;hkI the Domin
or,Vr to make i
After recelrins part of hd
early education In Anrcada
at Ihe Unglish Governmrnl
School the only school on tin-
Island: Ms* Faulkner went on
to the t'.S.V. where the com
pitted her -In In-- and and
been residing for Ihe pa-l II
yean.
She said that the school
Anegmla is managed
Methodist Minister of
Virgin Wands it hi
10Mb.
ii rn
ms tin rich < B
n t, na\. i,..,,,. .....C. |.,. ,.. ,i
lassie CM I] t fine.i-
(fur ihuM- nekd
ii, ., hunicam in 1715 oil I 1 hai '" "' ' homo and
J oversea will h
lion.K Then r',M Utaw : rit ol Ihe dro|
lonHslreel wi..... i ' "' lhl iaing powci of Brit-
' "! ,,M '''' ',.
who tn-ii ii neMHif the dlslnnatlnn line and
II It the street o'
Pel Moot
the (ppaitunitv
il dates by eml*
ot Ooptarnbar Bd i:.
, ... i \
l-Mi Strael
\r. Km
nong th>

\-
Iiersonages in UM
Parti -I.-.' names are I
Rockefenar, K-tain
Poe. end i
Tiie casual abaervt .
Dual Parh ertll V ",,,lv about-
'" .H,uT' -*"
**J*** knock out of the -.r
Hard i as*.
Theeoaal

one ramo mlllki I
1
av in .

Ing stu^ -

downrlgl I
i
supposed
l,. '! Nortl,
.
strut, ii' holding tin dltlnflntlon In
ant ol larUi
i sterling
as ii
mum "'
____
New Atom
Weapons
S P MI}SS0N SON- ttft.LTB*/8.* R B A D 0 S
hill IBB | wilhl v
40TOM
1 , nil arha
know are not ttlktaaf, But bare
batni
srjrsittrj iaw^
link main towns with secondary where he 3led in the early hoars
Nctu-.rks and will give bulk sup- ,f this morning,
pile* and feed low voltage distri-
bution mains. (Can rre*>
JOINT AND
MUSCLE PAINS
May rwn kidnty troubh
A function of the kidneys is to
eliminate harmful impurities from
the system. If the kidneys grow
sluggish, these impurities acenn-
nlatc and settle and often become
a cause of pain in joints ard
muscles. The wsy to tackle the
trouble is to help Uw kidney*.
Tber should be toned up with
De Witts Pills the medicine
made specially for this purpose.
De Wieta Pi h*** a aootli.ni,.
I cleansing and antiseptic action on
I the kidneys that brings UMD
I back perform their natutsl
I funCUon propetly. This well-
1 tried medicine is sold all over
*j the world and we hne man*
J| letters from sufterers telln.g
^1 of relief gained, after years
a I suffering, by Ukmg De
Witt's Pills. Try them
ble Goto
'mis! and
DOCKERS STRIKE
Bombay. Jane U
To-day 8.00(! ttnmbav *<- k
decided to strike from tn-mnrri ^
The dispute concerns the em-
ployment ol 3,000 workers -shut
out" ot the docks by Ihe Associa-
tion of Employers after these
worker* had gone on strike for
more pay Beater
Turfites
Leave By
"Bonaire"
rlafT of one headmistress and
three assistants
There is also one tihurch on I ie
island, the Methodist, and life In
thnt respect is nHbi i orotwernH
Na HoopitalSome I I
While she was gr I
ihere was no hospital
island and that aril 0O|
reeanna ama of '.he paop
migrated to other trout:1'
Aftei .hi abaani o of 21
she returned to And
B rind that condWon* had
innmed much tba
a marked Improvement In the
educattenal set up.
fin i, Is still no hospi'
island, out there hi provision for .
hoi lie -in! m.i I t -i .
ttednad Qoreri rnai
ihe hoapttal in Tortnl.< I.
first aid and attends i
maternity cases
in ihe event of anj
illness to any of the it i
they have to be rushen
to Tortnla. 40 miles ?way, to C"'.
i.t-ili'' || :.i-1 i the ooi bu
comes over if the parent.)*
Ill lo be removed
has he
no one I.: what it

|i rou plan re hui

i i .. i
lIU.lt-.lllg the BOM
INS

1
!
t. final
. | lie might i
the i by taking a i 001 i^iltir
'','
IN*.
that
flying far higher than
* f.n
, "
University
To I ilm liit-
Iii Atom Age
will be
A IlietlHi I Ol
'han by
submarine,
enpnhle ol dr-
troylng any known armour
i Guided hi 'I*

thai devalopa i

'
r< Ti emend ua inert Id th*
speed of Mlbmai

I at more loan 30 knot'
.,1m .ill..
enani i are aaid t<
|0 sl'i.ly traftV hinv meolutlonlaad land, air uni
..rrang- naval I
I is cluimeil
!' '
. tanks and
City Police
May Go To
ISew York
MR F EC BET1IEU Mr
I O. C. Perking and Jockey Cross-
ley sailed yesterday evening b
the s.s. "Bonaire" for Trinidad.
They have gone for the T T C
Summer Meeting which open
Thursday
NextTrimitad
Miss Faulkner ba
lied Hontaarrat, Don
Kittg, NtVlS, Antleti:t 1 '
and the American Virgin Island'
Since March, she .
panied by Mr. Wolorr Chamber
of Antigua as be,
>nd tb<^- hr>i*. T' 1' :"- '
shortly lor Trlnl
ajtafra they have enghgi *
on Port-uf-Spam aixt Bai ?<
Miss Faulknei al
ipitala
-, Count il
Ml to mi- documentary film tldnk (but overseas police cojild
iCfi from watching th-
ASl
orl, SimilnrV}' they aay she t-ip
illce. might get new Idenito ,,reri,rlioi, ol
lormed a ^-lon ogarava|er] > <-l e,
,-..
- i .rich year Among *
In f 1. i.r I -ilfr fJCChange
11 '" Alfred Ii '
Udenti
11 i iit"r

-
d equipment
A highly plaead army reaca
noa said, "It Is one phase
u.....>i-i ami hhahara know we ,

Nearest thing that ham
Ighl mea
fit>ni a man
urging the Know. Mr Summer Pik-
||M Atomic Energy Coni-
'" '
I our of*
Six race horses were also lake.i visit British Guiana,
by the "Bonaire" to take part m Aruba ami postt
the Summer Meeting.
They were Pepper W>
and BattaUon (owned by Hon.
J. D. Chandler). Fanny Adam-
and River Sprite (owned by Mr
P E. C Bethel) and Slalnte
(owned by Mr IOC Perkins)
The "Bonaire" called early dur-
basota returning to the c s
late in Augus. as ana h;is an im-
portant engagement
find, week in Septemb. | I
Ihe US A., she goes t- Er*>n on another tour Uranmrd BM an
of September.
.....i ib
. .1 in th-


'Magnified'
ve international nmfer- nation
. (, .." i
he said to-.lav "Whl not inter-
axchanga of pobcaa
solve the woild-wlde proMerna of
traffic jams'1
"Wh.tevet we an have suf-
n ignl-
fr*ed II is lm-
ould be a real '
might not survive ai
atomic war"* Mr PUa
it would b4- i rani *k "'' '
nation BtU< ked wiih a great
quantily -'
form we know I
porlant solution
n tie applied when the
m 1991
Suspect Sabotage
De WITT'S PIUS
lo, .0., and lli-Ma, T'a->Mav
1&S^&!"TrSS^r""'- COLAS NOT CONCRF-T-
Kidney beans, while lieun^. choc- ,B*lo0nt naTmili
Olaaa, almonds, beans, berhrv CAS'. EIEfi
dairy cream, hams m tins, milk Th* Caatrssa Tciwn Boari
powder, frooen pegiltrr, sahc r, ,.(.,4 an
smoked herrtngs. salami aausagr, colonial t>
^.nd codfish were foodstuff* among atlon that rh
the cargo from Amnterdam Thi -i Ix- constructed of P"
were also moderate surmlles of t,,\a& mttaai
beer and champagne. cornn
LONDON, J a

'a case of
i
I
1
Answer Or Be Charged
With Contempt
Aikcl .f that meant pollli-
.illlv 'il .'
i Physlen'
n would certainly be
I -
i aft 11 ,,,11'bt )- on

ill |ht thms- that g'. lo make up
a culture.* *-*
The United APPLICATION
1 Represenutives Unaaaartcan A MOUNT CAMI'.lH!
, I today South
that it would bring eontampl "' \ i. prartnig dlarilav
congress proceedings agan
who rat
rftralty tate- tu quest.
tan pt proaaad
It was und< that IB aril
jr-as-jTiiiy
aly ( poutoFa n-aiw malm an aadai -"'""' " !! "ii
-(Can
FOGAHTY'S


PAC.I. FOl'R
n\ni!\nos vnvorxTi:
rmi>\v. JDK1 H. i*"
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IrifLo. J...... 211. ISM
ISOLATION
THEtfoal <>i s ..

able bul nothing impedes its fulfilment
more than lack of communications In UmI
old days whan Imitaritj vm 0m standard
of measurement, travel and communica-
tions were paradoxically Ki-
ln IMS II waa poaalblg lo Iran i
Barbados to Trinidad by Canadian N
Staamsfa Lft) Ibe
cost of the same passage is |M.O0
dian) 01 I teal Indian). Passage
Irom Ti :' Lucia todaj
$56.00 while that (rum Barbados to Bl Vin-
cent which cost S8.00 in 1989 B0
$18.00 (Canadian) or .BU6 I West Indian).
Outward travel rates have been in-
creased in the same degree. By Canadian
ships one could travel from Barbados to
LaasflO&Mand
class $60.00. Today similar passages coat
$217.00 flnl claea and $152.00 second class.
Another LngtADCeoJ the enormous increases
in passe hut farai is thai ol the tourist
class offered DJ the Dutch ships in 1939
for 17. 10s. for passage to England while
passages to England today are in the vicin-
ity of 100. As against that tourist pass-
age to England the cost of passage to Brit-
ish Guiana by the same Dutch Line costs
today $117.00.
In another class that of the deck pass-
ages, speculators were encouraged to travel
and to sell their fruit when a passa I fit n
Barbados to St. Luria cost $2.00 Today
that same passage costs $7.07 (West
Indian). It has had its effect in the lessen-
ing of this traffic and the consequent rise
in the price of fresh fruit.
There are those whose busiheai prevantg
them from taking advantage ol the more
leisurely travel offered by steamships; they
too must pay great increases in the pure of
plane fares. It was possible to travel 1mm
Barbados to Trinidad fur $22.00 single fare
or $39.60 return in 1989. Today I single
fare from Barbados to Trinidad by HWIA
costs $32.00 or $57.60 return. It was possible
to travel from Barbados to Jamaica in 1939
for $150.00 single or (270.00 return; today
the single fare costs $190.00 Mid $342.00
return.
It is only poaalblfl for the peoples uf the
West Indies to know each other and .iiuht -
stand their individual problems and to
attempt to settle than..... ragJoca. basis
if travel and coiiirnumcu'ions permit Inter-
change of visits grantor than thOSS for
strict business purpose. It is easy to see
that before the last wai I ravel was easier
even although the schooners supplied niucli
of the means Today when schooner disas-
ters are on record in goodly numbers il is
just as easy to see that this type of inter-
colonial travel will not answer the prob-
lem.
True il is that the cost of bulletin i? ships
today is far in excess of what il was in 1939
but in the face ol this, the West Indian
peoples have their particular problem to
face. To talk of federating the West Indies
.r::;le administrate e area under these
conditions is to think wishfully. There is
much to be done before the ground work
can be laid. The signing of reports and the
passing of pious addresses accepting the
recommendations of investigating bodies is
not sufficient
The facts are a challenge. And even as
such investigation is being made there are
rumours of the withdrawal of more of the
Canadian National Steamships. The fact
that they are subsidised by the Barbados
Government to the tune of live, thousand
pounds is not sufficient to encourage them
to remain on the route. The loss of trade
and passenger traffic through devaluation
bring a combination which threaten to dis-
rupt the old and easy ways. The disruption
presents a problem which up to the present
defies solution.
APPEAL BY Till: B OISII
MAYOII OF I 0\H,A
* people of
"'.


.. j r ".. r lUy I
I
led State* of America i
; rant body uf London
and arc ai branch jound-
bf fuod parrel* and hulk i ... Wllj .
aial at reason-
ii wiui u.r proUc.....i aaeanunotfa- at*
kino* have poun <, *Uh v | L
i ....... ,. .
the United State* Some ol
I

r in bulk

....
10 individual i
Ith special provtat
.

auttOM I'.'H of old
London, HKiw-diiin
At Ihe preM.nl time much and II particularly the historical Foundling Eatnte of Comi .., n.| from
thoae living ivailablc the United Si
also to boniuu, alBMbouaM foi the nui Situated March of h
proximity to the main hen-, it Is hop | catter
ither institutions The total num- buildings ol Uindon I riri's *urf.iev to spreaU
lT of ! the Union Museum and lo Ihe ihe wbkJoon uf peaceful ro-opcra-
cveds 70 million*, while the ajUta [DM Ol Coun and in the inidrfl lion born of mutual understanding
lor bulk dlatrtbuUoa axeei tha *reat teaching and special- Concurrently wdh the
xcigtit 130 million pound* Tht Ul huapitulii. it is ready for recon- inept o( Mecklenburg Square. It
total value of these gifts on a *.tructlon after severe war d-in-r la Intended to .level. | and extend
conservative estimate i. at kUt Thi lortnei Mte of the old hospital the residential esti
80 million, a truly colossal sum is now u permanent open space, oversea*
There mu-l he t-w b thai COU :!.inked by two garden which U admim
ttv who have n either "uara London House authorities This
indirectly frOfl
r'ireclly
ad pf)
It is not only on BOON
. value of
these gifts thai gratitude from
the people of thi:- COU '
It .
the
ne of these square*, fet situated at The Burn." Mast1,
Squan that Angus, and caters primer.lv for
, i^ed residential centre for those -tudying at Scottish Unl-
ovcrseas students Is to be devel purpose 150.-
ed On the south side of the Square 000 is to be sc: .
idea House.' which is ; There la also a <
COUegUte hall of resilience for to be anal
but on account ol the spud of mala stud) -- permits The four main Fmpirc
iilTectioi) and self-sacrifice which wealth overseas This Invaluofa
has inspired their sending. It is centre has been in existc. < /< one more evidence of the strength Iwfore the war and its line build- Oval I I league arid The Uo-
ol the family reeling which i. the tng is now Item ( ext tided It -, minions Fellowship Ti isi
most powerful influence in m-in- intended to assist the great enter- valuuhle work th: ughout thf
taming and pi' am- prise which London Hou n i n KJ I ' ling and
monwaaltfa Ami the nagnlaoent reaenu and iu txtenaton bs th" antertauuhg gtudaa
gifts which have come from tho ereclinn on the DOTtl) Hde of visitors from the Overseas Corn-
United States are a furtliei i......f Meckli-nhiirgh Square from the nn.nwe.dth louii'n
Oiaaaaeni >i>d proceedl Of the Fund a UhlUar English-Speaking l'ti:i) i'
i.f their kirni fi icnaship foi th" u< eollepiate build- similarly for ttudenU and other
lieoplc of this country in| planned ("t Use accommoda- visitors from the lulled SUtes
There is a Bid) re Bl tion uf married student? and wo- as en r,wealth
many Quartan that this over- men students from the overseas overseas. It b propesed th *
wbeunlDg gertetoally Bhould be <"i.Tiiiiiniweallh countries and from the sum required to ensure the
pcJDaowleflgad to i striking form, the I'mt.-i S!..t A rme arebl- new residenti.,1 ceMase to Meek-
and, after extensive conversations tectural building is contemplated lenburgh Square has been .\l\ th.- full approval of His which would form visible mem- Bnai
Majesty's Government. I have de- orlal of Britain's gratitude to the ed from the Fund to the above
tided to launch the present I'uiul Uher parts of the Mritish Common- named Bmplro Sot el i I to th
This is n meanv by which all ol wealth and to the United Stat. g^kgJalh-enMlting U
u- in Ihis country can .hi of America. In addition t Is pi lai
lo out kinsmen and Wei ihn from Iho procoohi ol work K\ lei I BlOO
' ilal of ti.ci. the Fund, lo pm irpogt.
foo irars gsd lerful i1". ian houses on thi ea-t side ol q ..f the Fund by a
which has laapriad them i-uri:li S (iiart *u as to en 11 pn-eut.iln r Km
Tin- objective ol the Fund is to ble iis to offer to aceommodati roittae,
reOOfd the Nation's gratitude In Under similar COUeglale condition I i obvious Iron, the ihov
a visible form which will both male indent from the Vnr< ,n-\ Uiat Lha i
serve as a parmsnent Matorlcal states of America These build- uon of Uug progt,.
ti minder -f the way in which our lngs will match Londmi HOU* aulre i IormMabla au (money
fellow ciii/ens overseas and the and ill thru- COUegM would !> i fesl eoofldeot, however, that In
(ili-ens uf the United State: i .....DOT- a matter in which our gffl I
to our aid a' the time of otlf food ous lines under one organisation, are s<> much ngjeged - shall
shortage, and also provide a prac- their joint facilith's balng avail- tvach n Utuni|)haut < i nduslorl
Ueal das lo dai meeni of giving able In all the students In re.1- Which "ill fltUhgt)
. ! i. i... lo OUI thank*. deni-i- The estimated rust ol thi gratltUdi lot II . p
It has therefor.' been decided, proposed new buUdlnga lot mar- we have been gtvei
cfter full , part uf the Fiin.l wiilch in the neighbourhood of 800.000 r ltOWI.ANl>.
: M be rwMd t<> the development m>d that of the reconstruction of U nd l i
o' great lenllal and the Georgian houses Bar men itu- The Mai m i
ducal nal centre In London the denti from th.. Unjttd States Ixmdon. B.C 4
baart of the empire, Bm the ben- iboul Btfoano a ..,( ,, i h, igsn
I lit Teaching iM Caribbean
Musical
Novelties
lie I HI II IMM Ml I I M.( II
KDINBURGH.
"IIICHBROWS" arc in fur u ihoek at the
fourth Edinburgh*International FcMivjI of
Muaic and Drama to bo held from Auenggt
I'i i i September 9.
The emphasis will be on music hut tvaral j
itamg "' what are termed "artistic novili>"
will be intrnduced to an expected record
crowd j
These "novelties' cover the whole field of
ihe arts and will provide a greater variety
' artistic entertainment than ever before ex-
perienced at the Festival.
Professor Skupa's famous Puppet Theatre
from Czechoslovakia will be featured for one
week and for the first time a pure art exhi-
bition will be brought within the compass of
thfl Festival. This will be a loan Rembrandt
F.xhibition and will include a number of pic-
tures from King George VI's collection.
The International Documentary Film Fcati-
val will be run concurrently and this year
the programme has been extended to include
experimental and other types of Hlms.
There will be traditional "Highland Games"
and the Scottish Command will give displays
i if dancing and piping
In three years the Edinburgh Festival has
built up an international reputation to vie
with Salzburg's, lured more than a quarter
of a million visitors to the Scottish capital,
and leal nearly $170,000.
The Festival expects to lose another $60,000
odd this year but preparations for the 1950
splash have, nevertheless, been lavish.
Although, the American continent has been
"gatecrashed" for soloists no U.S. company
has taken part in ihe Festival until this year.
The Ballet Theatre of New York will open
the three weeks season of ballet with typical
American ballet.
The Monte Carlo company will follow wit)
thfl classical Russian type ol bullet Including
'Swan Lake" and in the final wee); Spain':
i Rusario and Antonio will show balletomanes
some of their traditional national dances.
The main musical programmes will be well
uatainad by famous orchestras feum Britain
and abroad. Greater emphasis i-- balng
placed this year on choral works which will
bo climaxed by the orchestra and chorus of
the La Scala, Milan, tinging the Verdi Requi-
em under Victor de Sabata. There will be
special choral singing by both the Gil
Orpheus Choir and the Edinburgh Choral
Union.
jnD.V.SCOTT TODAY'S SPECIALS
W a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE
USUALLY NOW
TINS PtA-NUTS 38 fj
TINS Ov'ALTINE
(medium) ..73 64
JEFFREYS BEER 26 20
J
i on an
WBATMEM
THBRK i lake In the
inrte.is.' nl inl. :.
i\ the present time This
proved !" such ffwenl Uw
forth-ctx St h ol on
j the Taachii of C rll bean History
t in Trinidad by the ippt
Dm* Walcutri striking new piaj
Henri Christophe" end, In Bar-
i idea, by the popularity of the
.....v Mi t at BhilatoM
( ind Mi il A. Vaughan u ;-
History
Probabb " Intaraat is all the

the subject ha i"<:i Insulnrlanuj
studied i>i the past, but also that
'.; !'
overcomp In the |>a"l tfie teiieh-
n>n i.f tustorj in schools has been
confined to th.it ol England, with
ii.ii In recant years of
. Kuropean History as a sup-
i ii i: Similarly In literature
Uv \^. t Indian child hai bean
brought up to .hi exclusively
blgllth ti;nlituii. NO sensible HUB
denies ihe value of these thinits.
A West Indian culture which ax-
i Unliil the historic past and the
tradition ..I Old World culture
would end in .1 second i.ite pro-
\ I'ici.ili-ii. .:.1 to absorb it is
1 in (act edvlsa-
ble to unit ite Hut imitation has
I a much the taahlon ud
1 1. 1. t iias ban a
'ten unnatural.
Ignoring the simiteeped hills unri
m bej ol ins own htlanda,
I :- Weal Indian child who i*
Bsked tO draw ,i pict.in'
UM mow on the thatched cottages
of an F.nKlift.1, Chrlsh M
. v of mediaeval
nights on ca*tle walls
llislorv
a
lCv,\. Iliiuttla% Smiili
iiniiiv ignoraooa but even re-
latanci In the buildinu ol < mon
natural bradlllon in these things.
It is still quite possible to hear
the objection raised that there is
no point in Ihe teachintc of Carlb*
baao Hlatory, anee H is "merely
UM record Ol naval untiles be-
twean European powers." This of
course is an extraordinary mls-
lon of one of ihe rlehatt
lields in ihe world for historical
.mih and research. Admittedly
tin re is vt-i> much of this still
to be done; the real difficulty
in the way of the teaching of
Caribbean History lies in the lack
of adequate hooks, but the iiitcr-
eet and .siiinlllcanee of the pub-
,.- t .III! ..' .. -. : [.It. [
the lint place, there is u complex
of problems raised by the great
cmanclpuUon and the period
which Followed r
tremc social significance to man-
kind No le^s important of course.
I fad that the area is an
immense crucible of races, drawn
IrODI .ill the continents of the
Old World and the N'ev
CTlJBOSO, Kasl Indian and Amer-
indian, white, black, brown, ye'-
low jirni red are inexpln .
gled in the West Indies
unoundlng terrltorlei The study
of then social relations and ad-
justments Is of an importance
Which reaches far wider than the
urea Itself. The emei
K*roU>rl lwr
Hintts .Vwar u
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overnmant. in this ileut .vents
moving very fast. The
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parlun Of profound slandlrance.
The C mitltutlon devehipmanl
: 'A i ; 1, !t;'
and future, i- 1 vital chapter In
this Mate*]
The wholt -"iv is a iwnud one,
W* i' 0 not always
. enUal pnrt
ol th. Uaton Ol UM itevelopment
1 lH towards the
nation Ol the future.
pessimists at tht
ad 1" '.ilfc atom bomb. I
seem to show not merely distwlief
but eviii repugnance to the con-'
eept .f historical trogress. Jor !
Ihi watt II the recoidl are 1
#) on pair :
The French National Radiu Oichaatni will
give concerts in which French music pre
dominates, including one of gay, light music,
under conductor Roger Desormiere. The six
concerts by the La Scala orchestra will have
as their theme the development of. Italian
music.
Dr. Fritz Busch will conduct the Statsrndi-
ofonien Orchestra of Denmark in its first
British appearance and the programme will
include works by the Danish composer. Carl
Neil sen.
The British orchestras will lie the Halle
he Royal Philharmonic with Sir Thomas
Beecham. and the B.B.C. Scottish Orchestra
The London Harpsichord Ensemble will
mark the bicentenary of the death of Johann
Sebastian Bach by taking part in some infre-
quently performed works of the late compos-
er including choral cantatas
The chamber music will be by the Buda-
pest. GrLUar, and Lowewenguth Quartets;
there will be viola sonatas by William Prim-
roaa and Clifford Curaoa; 'callo oatai by
Pierre Fournlar; violin and horn sonatas by
Max R.iital, Dennis Brain, and Franz Osborn;
and Lieder recitals by Benjamin Britten and
Peter Pears. Elizabeth Schwnrtzkopf and
Jennie Tourel. Nathan Milstein will give I
violin recital.I,X.S.
oi'ii 111 Ain us SAY 1
Y.W.t.A.
To rlie EdKor. The AdeOOale
MB. I mo W to tee a
response to lha appeal foi .t
Y-W.C.A.. and bop. ittla .ugern
need will not hang Bn 1
would have felt JuhlUl
of aome donattoi
from at home or osaraeai on be-
half of this grsal it
some great Bood heart, like that
of Andrew Cm ne.'-ie Ml Parrin
who founded the Franklin Sq
House of Boston, con 1
Hoping also Un
modious buildmi:
uture or paltry look mi: "V", and
that the committee m
posed of M'
those Who are loo bill

June ?0, 1950.
kuiliu
To fhc Edifor, The /Id'
SIR. *
about this "Radii I
Recent 1
main, hi
thinking peopit i

il advertis-
ing. It la perhapa not
1 tiisin. as suc-h. that an-

wbidt it I
For III
today lo a modicum 1 I
Met) lalter is ao grudg-
ingly offered to patrol* with a
taste for tioo-i muase Hisht in
the mktdla <>i the onlayment,
voice cuts in to give a statement
Td this .-.ssaull "1 my ears .i .<(
: m naa ol tea rlnitiMM of
llungs. Is late n-peated.
1 .it thoaa
.
.' lota] of t'.i
Iliaent paople, who turn
I
..
... the ill have
hi

all u ii took
isasiiasslliin nnut*
What an oi.|K>rtunity
nd upani
..... i-i\ most
U- n kind pro
. Wei i
Held 'P.-

Iii The Secret Places Off The Hear*
*""MIE einht-yeur-olti invalid
I gtrl lay on the X-ray table
in Guy's Hospital, SEl.
under the mtlueiuc ol a paln-
killlng dnu; Her heart was so
nillnrnu'H that she had neve'
bten strong enough to \
than as yards.
The "blue-oaby"
might give her near-normal life.
But the UrgSOni were unable to
-. exnetl) ahai
v-ronc in her CBM I
without thu knowladgs might be
fatal
SuaialniM a> i
with quiet talk about her dolli.
1 whliw-amocki i
small cut i'
;i slipped lad 1
.vurd-lonii ftexit''.
\-ein Then, hav Ing hi
instruments attach
end of the
. igue
The IlKht* arenl K
1'i.iehine hummed
its green-glow 11 ,
ihad*

still apeakli
child, th...... Ihe lone
Into her arm until I

r
it
I|t < Il 111111.11 a I'iiirlin
lha iiit 1 haml

The doofcx turned a nail tap
Automatically an Instniment te
.orded Uie pressuTe in-ide the
heart-chamber. Then a small
ii pie of blood was
the tube for an
1 .sed fur-
thei into tin- heartthrough the
first set Of valves and Into the
ajcond chamber The doctor!
Ihe exploring tip touch"
irUtlon which dlvldea the
normal heart into complelelj -ep-
1 hi and left bap 1
Suddenl] thej .
.! pti ions The I
clean Ihrough II
v- .i> if .1 gap hlch had tieen there
since lha

ire blood n lui nl

. bod) with no oxygen
1
.nid Ihe
in- child -mi chattered


slump they rot lised there was a
MMOBd erlttu defect the vessel
1. enough A check
of the OX} gen-COaWnt Of their
blood sample? confirmed this
... :i M*l
llU the doctors withdrew
Tho child, unharmed
i.y her PO-mtnute ordeal, couh.
now be pas-ed 1 the urg 1 -
witi coruMaoce Her parents
could be told that operation
. ti. red .1 food chama .it nutUng
her almoat ai health* .
children
Saott
king human service
4 the apeetacular
now being pe.
-['ital.
be moat rssponrible
1, 1 the work arc Or. HEftBUT
MOI I.IM. i Or QCOatOI
,1 in 1:1 / \k Hacked by ihe
R< eh Count il they

surgeons
ire neeaad

on met
tti.ni To people born with mal-
formed hearts they have ecu-
rately diagnosed a dozen differ-
ent defects when other methods
faded.
Hoiiing's and Zak'a achleve-
ments are i\ pical of tin ,
and often courageous
aimed at relalVlni suAeittg
which goe3 on quaatly ovi
la Itritish hospitals.
Speed . .
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asraround apead
veteran naturalist OLIVKR t.
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under the srrt ...
Then plu |
taking <-are not
the st-^ !,(.. adth re
the stalks into the tunnel
at yard Interval! leaving a tew
round Then
1

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FRIDAY. JUNE 23. 1950
nvRiivnos \nvor.\Ti.
PAGi hvf.
St. Thomas VegtrY Mai Honduras
Rent Fields From Govt. (:';!' KP*
Down

FUEL may have to reni thi i
will u bought from moooy ol thg Laboui K
and en itiw ted In the vwtoui pi
ycbU-rn. ,. afahori told member
Vestry i*'i the playing fields would be purcha
r...n i i iha Qovomor-in-ExacuUv* Comn
tat1'*'. I VI howed that the Vestries would have
>*> t nrmftiovtm'nt

uv
rent
"Una" Sinks:
Crew Rescued
FISHING BOAT "UNA'
turned and sank at
over-
ebouf
12.45 p.m. on Wednesday while
out on a fishing inp. The crew
DaCocta Moore of bat: Alley. Si
Peter and Cleveland Thomas of
Boacobal\* e t e I'MCMll b)
another boat.
Vn Is valued $600 and bclon*,*
to St. flair Edwards of Botcobel.
It is Insured.
ORANGES CAN SCARCELY
be seen in the uland This
scarcity Is not roused by the
shipping but because the oranges
re out of season in Dominica and
other Islands.
Good quantities of limes still
come In from Ihese islands.
*T*HK FOl'lt-MONTH-OLD-SON
a\ of Adolphus
Forte o(
St. Thomas died
mid-night on
Fisher Pond,
suddenly at
Tuesday.
An autopsy was performed by
Dr. C. C. Clarke and death wta
attributed to malnutrition.
fVUI WI1.1. M nlm show
J. at 'Wakelleld" to-daj Bl
4.45 p.m. for adults.
A show for children will be
held at tf.30 a in. lu-murruw when
BUSH CHRISTMAS will be
shown.
Adi
. .
ejvt-Nicin \i ill.: v.M.c.A.
X PlftfolO Street ut H IB o'clock
RH excellent opportunity will I*'
afforded all men ind women em-
ployed il. ,-,...
gain knowledge of the back-
ground to Office Routine and Its
relation to other departments of
any business.
Mr. H. F. Alkins. Assistant
Manager of the Harhndos Co-
operative Colion Factory LtJ .
will lead the dlecuanon. M:
Alkins has had van experience
In the orj(onisiiiK and running ol
Offices.
Too ofien Iha Salesman or
Saleswoman views the Office end
of any bufdMM .*s Moat unnecao
aary and troublesome, but With-
out that end of any business, chaoi
will prevail. It i- lio|ied that
Salesmen and Saleswomen
make every effort to attend.
After Mr. Alkins has given llM
background to Office RoutUM ..
general discussion will follow
when all those attending will
have the opportunity to ask
questions. The lime is 8 15 o'clock
to-night.
']WO TRAFFIC OfFBNCRl
M were recorded on Wednes-
day and three yesterday. On
Wednesday two motorl '
charged with exceeding the pced
limit while yesterday one was
charged with driving without
the appropriate licence.
Another driver WU Charged
with having defective brakes m
it lorry ,m,i ., n;n i < '
riding on the running board of a
"bus.
ONE INCH AND T9 PARTS
of rain fell on Wednesday
up to 8 a.m. while durmg that
ame period on Tuesday only 42
parts were recorded
On Wednesday the tempera-
ture was 86 degrees Fahrenheit iti
the shade at midday, while )
terday was gloomy during the
evening and the tempemiu
only 85 degrees F.
Of the 42 parts of rain ten fell
In St. James, nine in St John
and St- Philip, seven
Thomas, five in St. Joseph and
two in the Station Hill Metric*
The rainfall returns up to yes-
terday morning are: City 15 part:
StaUon Hill District two parts.
St. George 15 parts. St Philip
13 parts. St. Thomas 21 part.
St. Peter 30 parts, St Joseph 11
parts, St. James 22 parts,
John six parts. St Andrew
pans and St. Lucy 10 parts
JOHN THOMAS Of MASON
HALL STREET reported thai
his tobacco house at the same ad-
dnss was broken and entered over
the week-end and a quantity of
cigars and "toms" removed.
* see FOUND heifer call
I\ valued $90 is reported to be
lost by Lawrence Forte of Cam-
bridge. St. Andrew. He Mated
that it was removed from ait open
pen at Parks Plantation at about
4 p.m. on Tuesday It is the prop-
erty of Graham iJirner of Con-
tent, St. J..scph.
MOTOR CYCLE J 18. owned
and ridden b Irvine Davai "t
Seal. Hall. St John and a bicycle
Owned and ridden by Evcrton
Blackett of Colleton. St. John, col-
lided along Cliff Cottage Road at
Obout 6.45 a.m on Wednesday.
Both cyclists were detained at
the General Hospital, suffenne.
from m n.
! i '
malion when the Veet
'
lag Colon]
that the Gov*. i nn
i as to the disposal i | me
ot the Labour Welfare I ,n one
Government luid dsddtd 10 DO)
$1.50 per head of
in the pariah and the Vestr> con-
sidered it insufficient to i
the intended achomo of

tnc a playing Held T-
had subsequently ankc I
Government's decision
sidered
The Vest i draft an
estimated cost for the buying of
tour acres of land to enclose the
field. Members said that
ment might dedde in the future
to give an added dollar per head
of the population 00 th,.i I i .,-
llion OOUld Ik- constructed. Ar-
angements are already unOervrtO
to acquin Vaucluse
at 400 per acre.
Mr. Marion withdrew from the
Playing Held Committee as he Is
attorney to Vaurluse.
No One WillingUntrue
Mr. Mahon s,ud that he noticed
that the Junior Member for St.
Thomas had said that It seemed
as though St. Thomas would have
to go without a pi
one was willing to sell any laud.
Such aatati
was not true
Mi Sat :
v.ir von iinfcntunata li
Ish about th<- nutation a
leing discussed then as they could
easily see That the ckvi'ion of Gov-
ernment was final il. fait, how-
over, that he would support the
purchasing of the
I playing Held, even
though it afterwards became a
wildernes.v. Son
make people believe thnt all the
ni'iney they required i" prepare
the field, build a pavilion and en-
close them, was at hand and it
waa the v i
the acquiring of them Tin
r.overnor-in-KM.
did not seem to realise that the


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i

,i be n w i a.
i.. to attend a meeting
ibbean Commission
at MarttnitiL.-' 00
Ha i* a guest
- H
He aald thai in the Stann
i Id ..here the bulk of
Itural a < It] i* taking
no unemplo>ment
..lit to be
from the
.
As soon as the chide season
starts, a lot or these workers will
.ricultural
work to go back to bleed chicle
playing field was intended to I
i supporting and for it to al~
licit I'iiir Mi re
i that as a result of de-
. 001 tld-
r the pitch pine
most ol wtgeh la ax-
le Jamaica ..i: hough there
n exports to Trinidad and
v, n the United States.
Just before he left home, they
wer< having mm very heavy
rains and he believed some dam-
I aan done to the citrus
Btann Crei a, but hi-
did not know the extent of the
damask
llstrlct he said that the
llponj is planning an ex
velopmenl
,nd Will be planting 1,000 acres
In that district, a
Ct Of live thons-
aroen Colonial Oc-
il Corporation and Brlt-
- r |... Ltd. and
. hai..ina
market
Sugar25.IKKJ tons
i British Honduras had1
quote Of 25.000 tons of
i-ugar and steps are being taken
rv a I.....a inbc the production
Ishnvant ol reotorp la
the northern district of the col-
Industry when organ-
iptetel) absorb all
the available labour In the colony
id v.di probably creete abort-
ihr iiKiriinij: f
aat
ten t people am......
be enclosed and a pavilion built.
Mr Thome aald
cell ;i meeting end InvlfH
preeentativi
cuss *the queetfon and
OOM tirm deCtalOfl
Mi Courti i the! aitri-
levelopmeol In BrtttaB
i i < hanlaod
i nment he
.i pecta of re-
i i ition un-
md bigger
ivt rtaitt d
Sugar Crop Shoultl
End This Month
Only I Factoriva Still Grinding
THE 1900 n [ei i rop it f*sp< cb d to be i pleted. bj
the end of tins month the "AdviKiite" Wfaf lnfbrm
I epeitfnenl of Science and Afjiculture yefrtei
t>( the twenty-Ioui VW nun ;. n
II hot Anili.
g,,lt ' i.
"Gokey" nails
Ml 1 Til
EVQU1R1
ENDS
. a nlne-

rll ,,f Llghtsfoot
:. I
I Beta I
Ufred Harrow ol Chel-
sea Road. Si M chaol floating
. tout ."< .u
a 19.
In giving evidence Harrow said
.-ut 4 4^
"
p Vi
H a.m.
%ard he
Iced
iched it
n the object hi
that it was the
m.n SI
__.
DOS
I I li
r >; :-.
iria
i mm i ii-
\ I Kl 'II -MIIMI' 1
I'l KIN.V nil LTR\ (HOWS
saeett ;"
il MfM>N IONI a i o
liKtriliuUn.
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bout 411


MOLASSES IANKKH V W
.lav al
Bridgetown yeaterdfo awaiting
aallini orders from Iti eharterei
The charteren aeve been In-
formed that the vessel will not
i. allowed to toed fani |
in bulk ai noli i>>it and are
to U-turn word as U.

lake its load
Changehot LUtl Ij
Mr BandUord pointed out that
mi, b a course would i- u i V
one of the repreeentatlvee of the
pariah who was In the I
Committee
(lover hi.i -in y '< ... Commit-

The Vestry would
3. Mayers of Farmeis I
lug lorry tax, 13 22, when he
pleaded that his lorrj
nlved In en accident and re-
cent him $40. Members
said that manj otheri wn i
in to claim a roleo
grounds In any case.
the V( nil) could 11- -i be i
ini people when
i involved in accident
Dr. C. C. Clarke, I
Medical Officer of St. Tta n
granted one month's \
leave
The Ve ti
pos a I for the change In
At which tug '
doeg mtua weai badgi
thai they ere Ucen i
-------Thl* Scrambler In n
I of this t*pe in Brhjdi<
i aagtai tacl.>r> Is
i ebed plndlni
,.n>i m the abeence ol anj unfot
iin unit it bm - Ihi m >-di con -

Jury fhe twelve fan
and i usc-A'ado BOgei planta have
alre "i- ; i
( neck 1 p
. drivi
Dutch
I .11 ouiin.;
the a* luing ut m..- -'-'. there ha
been some checking "' oramblen
and,
II i ,- been Inter
i.milder at Vaucluse and
fm Ion are
, two ranaalnlng scram-
island
Tht
I ma, Bhaea U i
afag talle

black dress and a pair if
looked aroui
DUl then
ii. returned to
Pt
ittar
aamlned b)
Orant arfaathet the woman was
.due or not whan be Bret saw bar,
Bai roe i al i he en aura that ahe

// Return
By "Dmrwood**
returned
mornlni
by the motor vessil DeefW.....'
i n Beat Melvli
Mo .li v. H ibari Burke, Gladstone
I Ufaord Lynch, Bryl Hall
Donald 81 Allman.
ii raid Olboon, Bdffai Hj i
Irian Burl
The ll,i. ay from
Aruba, Btopped al Oreoada, st
mo si Lucia t-> take Ifl
:. I
irgo of so drums
conut oil mil SS packages of
fresh fruit.
BOMB OF TIIKSK
ITEMS AKK FVOM
CANADA AMI Tilt:
t s \ \\n DUB Tt)
TUB DOLLAR BHOatT-
Ai.l I \NNIT HK RK-
ri \ fo
"Cruiser-
Leaves For
Canada^
AFTER spending five days he
loading sugar and molasses
Canadian porta, the niotor vessel |
"Cnnndlan t'niinr" lefl
night direct for St. John. New
Bru
The 'Cruiser" loaded t*
_0O barrels at
molasses and 600 cartoni of wj
for St. John; 1,000 cartons of
rum and 29 puncheons of I
for Halifax, a quantity of molass*:-
and rum for Montreal and a
little molasses for Quebec ami
Borrel
Motor vessel ('n'lndian Con-
tniPtor", sister ship to the "Crui-
vas <:
J a few
package* of cargo from Montre.il
and Quebec ami
for British Oulena via Gram .
and Trinidad.
CARELESS~DRIVING: 2
HORACE r.lIRNETT Of Spen-
cer Qap waa reaterday found
BUllt] of driving the motor bus
X582 on Trafalgar S |U
out due rare for |M*rs- -
tin sama road on June 6.
His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma
i
imposed a tine of [2 aim .
lo be paid In 28 days.
i reeult of
HI the motor bus
1 !
Ilflnk> Milk Ci lb b
Baaaaaa trraeaa*aN
in.i> n.. ii.H-. ass
This case
0 (h ni beta
nd fl hirycle
"You And Your Kind Wait
About To Rob"Magistrate
Stole $5: Fined C.5
you have no previous conviction t id you lo prison, but you and youi Urn
."id rob peopli- instead of U
work," lbs Worship Mr. B. GrifHth loin FrmnK Di
31-year-old ol Cove Hill yesierd.iy when he Bned him t^
(r (tea i i hom Arthur Holder of St. Philip
Rents Are
Shooting Up
. ,i house
M
raoaaa" eeterd the renti
i.i the houaae Ltw
In.livni-

/ feel thai II will

ilanecd, arhlli I
foi theh part I l
Hi, OOJ) thinil they can do Since
n-uli uic cessation of occupancy
.la*, owners of houses have to pa]
I the i... i .ii
Tax.
1 One house afamt li I
.....i I
of renta was laland-wtda Ba-
il
nerna

. m of the house had Hot

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1 ",h "" *"*" B DailriH M.i.ki
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| Isaket raatsu
a...... Osaife < an
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IM......
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Kirton, Rowe
Graduate
The fine is lo be paid n H
ays or In default two months'
with hard labour
BACin lance and

tively. have l*-en awarded to Mr
Cecil Ralph Kirlim formerly Ol
White 1
to Mr. Owen Evan Row

.ii
ulaae Montreal, <"
.
st Matthew*! Boys'
- in 1B4!
Han Arnv
and saw action In the North Wc
European Campaign.
During the course of his studi
i n inongtrator
in the Physics laboratory ol Iha
College He has alar, been quite
active in extra-curricular ad
ties as a I Pobli
Commltte*- of the SeMN
I of the Veterans So. -
ety. and Member of th' I
lion Annul
Mr Km"
at McOill i -.,
graduate rdi a 1>""-
.. roe
Old llurriMinian
"
sonlan. servetl In the I
Army and Liter In the Canadpn.


lege. Mi

bar of the

Club
graduate studies at McGill Um-
.
Holder aald on Juno II he wa
Buttle itxei I and I
inning tow.nd. ' -i
When Dl
askeil him (Holder) to ehnng
fS for l.
He took four single dollai
two single shillings and one tw
shilling ami two penhlt
i u poefo t and lave II to htm
Oral" money h
walke-l away end ncvci
the S5
lie then v.-iv. |
ii ..';.-i in him an
i waa later arrested.
CLOSE TO HOME
WINNII'Kt;. I
, the iviii.m
an Volunte 1
Ing the recent Boo I mpletad an
axnert lerub ob on i inwl
eraeuae boj. dreead bh li
habUltated I thei

he could I-- returned to her
. .
i livi OJ
Ha.Krif.ta1 HalHia
Onlv
ONE
bkyde
in iluk
world
carries this
mark of
perfection
IM llumber Ufclcvaik.
ta jum gasnBiM "t laauot
quality, fin* ppraian>( sad
unnvtllol anru> Tbs
VuiU't usdismusiiir
bu^dc ounci .ibu mark of
dMoction
Mllll vfl IHI ORISUISL ft
ft. us iwiiD aiaa
\\ liaison I'txluv
Court of Ordinary at n ""
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BLUE-FLAME
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COOKING
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MaM Hand at St. Ausus-
tlne'n Bovs' Hchool rerl. si. fieora- at 8.00
Kf)K GOODNESS' SAKE
YOIK III Al.TIl s s vki
By
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COOL DRINKS
.\ I ine Menu in a Itesltul At innvpliere
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PACE SIX
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I i:N>\N .11 M RV IMI
II
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
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the

THE IONE PANfiFR
FOR BEST RESULTS
USE
READY MIXED
PAINTS
UV #.C#. PRODUCT
SEW
noons
NEW
HOOKS
A FINE
SELECTION
ADVOCATE
STATIONARY
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A. S. BRYDEN & SONS () LID.
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.. Jrll*
I* flavitiirmjc bMM I
; I i.If Rolled Oats
Js li.nl. P*tnb ir,l Wlii.le Milk
v*
[ Chase A Sanhorn CntTee
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$ Un.i.n. ...kt.lil (MM) jf
Jj tw.nl NUNl Mustard S
; ( I... v. ,Uh M.i.irnni 5
AGENTS.
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I
W iOBUCr, It, >;
W/AWAW4W
of fi-pVff r6lnur
It'cleans, preservesand how it
polishes! Ask your retailer for Propert's.
Nothing else ii quite the same. Walcb
the difference it makes to your shoes!
s"!Sl^ PROPERTY
I C MB AM
K. O. I CAM ufAA VCKl* TMCi'G"lS rOM
MtM BAB*' -BUT TUB Otf *.th
THE iARRIMOS iS .VST rwl S-t>-t
.0* AH 010 BVSPMSS B^iCNO O*
-A MIMf
Every
Packet
hfEASTVITEJ
THERE'S PAIN RlUtP
AND TONIC M
i Yeal Yeeet-Vlte, quickly
uxxhes my hcadachee, ncu-
ralgia, nerve and rheumatfc
pains but h doe* eomethatt
cbc too! Because of in valuable
tunic properties Yeaai Viie
' helps you io feel brighter, look
better, ileep more caady and
enjoy more enctR\. Neat lime
OB watit p->n rrhef take Yeait-
Vitc anil get tonic benefit too!
IEFIT
ROBINSONS
'PATENT' BARLEY
maket milk more digestible for baby
PATENT'GROATS
maket weaning a hippy time (or baby *-
and mother
%s
Boys and Girls Grow
^ with
QUAKER
OATS
in ii \mi; ihkickkhs
I mat 2 GALLON SIZE
ALSO
MAMK AND 0OM MILLS
AMB
ICE 8HAVERS.
CALL AND SELECT YOlIRS AT ONCE
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10 St 11 Roebuck Street.
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(Inc. In British Guiana)
PhatM IS62 :-: Electrical Depl.
HOW IS YOUR
RADIO
ttUIMAYIXW?
Ii il noisy, losing Volume, Poor Reception,
Crackling noises or out of order ?
Send it io our Service Department, let us give it a
Complete Overhaul.
0
lie in Hme for the next Cricket Test Match
Broadcast
Our chat m are reasonable, uur Service La PROMPT
We repair anvihing Klectrkal.
AX'iih an abundance of vital
food MMBJtaBaftj Quaker OaU
prorldei the nourishment
needed i" help rottagatera
grow tall and husky, sound in
bone and musile, alive wifh
energy. Thai's why more and
tiiun, \.iu II iaM 1-iMy Quaker
OaU at family breakfasts
every morning!
And of great importance,
Quaker Oals provides these
high nutrition values at low
cost. Quaker Oats is Nature's
Wonder Food no other
whole grain cereal oSers big-
ger food benefits!
IDEAL NOURISHMENT FOR ALL THE FAMILY!
Quaker Oatfl is a nourishing, ...
HKl VKl LSI FOODte die bole family.
h la rich la riai Caod aaatadali awededfaa
ian.ni4,Mrt'ii){ih jndr.nhjni health. Quaker
Oata auitplu-* ccniial minerals, proieim,
caihoatfaraaai, and eaiearJaJ Vitamio U| aod
It;.thai turni (t>ud into energy.
Hut Quake- t>ats BOW and ari |IHltiaH|
ry day with a healthful Quaker Oata
/WaitTV**
HIALTH BICAUSI QUAKER OATS SUPPLII5
MINERALS.......
MM PROTEINS.......
MM CARBOHYDRATES
> >|M she*g bam oad ttath
... (or solid flesh and awsoes
.......he Eaerty oad Steadae
fif&f VITAMINS (B, onrf B ) km f^d JBio "heeVhel"
IASY TO MAKE THIS APflTIZIMC IREAKFASTI
Boil 2 cups of water. Add salt. Wfcaau boil-
ing, add 1 cup of Quaker <).ns. Cook It.
seirring. for 2Hminutss. llMii.il!.
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IN MFMORIAM
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Tha BvUMi everim h. !.
M;
Soon Id fa'thlm wart..
nil
Sweet I. the ,!.,. t fm
1.
ron SALE
AUTOMOTIVE wSSS i hall It 4 m Qood i* lr*. K D ' Pllll s 1
i .'(....... ii ...a in goo.1 n'.-on.iblc Appl> li imae ol Pitbir nrvi
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(In *o main Um mail nl "
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inly Pcrwmal ftr-l
the S P C K BoCfe
I rtav rhimlnf and
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II Jimn *m< Phone IJM
tn n u #.i i i OH \ir .>
li .ulntlnlitered In
loroia ol i v on li
in; I II Mr \tNIHHt All in
IIIV
DAHNLEY'a CONDITION I'Ownr.R
Tef Ram I -. Don-
i>. Pic*. Poultry and Do-
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nme- Weaihrrhrad Lid
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I I IM -- a. n: ; .. ,
1NG 5 to a Bnoklel 14 I.
KNIGHTS DHl'i -
UIIIH HATS, BaM h.twlna
rltuhtt aaaorlmfnl of ladle*' Hat*
alao rarr* ton* varirtln on ,11 Miltii
- will ralrim any Hal from
'ur Individual tartr
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everyone -
RETRFAIl tyre, al (pedal
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i IBM 1 not rnoltrr tiow. BM |
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FRIDAY, JINE 23. 15II
Spartan Lose To
Malvern 9-JSil
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t was Spaitan. thi-
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iIjc vii U onla to nil. The
Spni!. .. witnessed by tht* hut;' rrowii usimlh
i big wwiti at tha) Oval.
CRICKET
Spartan Wr ..unpleielj out-
moontoti on the
llU ly heavy ground, the result of
MOM heavy showers befort- Ihe
start of play Time and axain In*
Malvern forward Imp pivoting
..round .cnlre-foi aid CeritOJ
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m piled <>\> with ama*
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irtnei Garcia at uuide-lefl help-
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obi the Int .md right
- rely, aingle each
Kick-Oil
Haflvarn team took the
one run Uca>B from the Pavilion goal
ninety-,,.- and straight away bore down on
A, !,, .,i opponent* goal area. All
all than f "^ g; ***} i.**mg
-rtlhto M :h. forward line, l^wijeveni-
. ually got possession of the nail.
o, ,. i,-^.!.,^ ...,.h mi but "eot It over the cross bar. a
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... Tha initial tuiigci put. Spartan
,\fu-i l.inirh moving and then forwards
< ushed down the line. Johnson at
lunch thi de-right paaaed nicaly to Chaaa
M aJan a- uvu.il. made a da-
beating l nined attempt to score It was
Uteri Stollmnyi. not to be. hesmver, for the daaan*
there and avartaaj the threat-
tour in 0 n od danger
Thanaxl ... ,
the land and ""*i """l
leached his own highaal core wt Once again tha fast moving tor-
.i !.! -i iton glided
i,v su.Hr a tha Bald of play, and this
ma Garcia finding hiv.eh al
GOALKEEPER HARRIS ol Spartan mala to aavc a powerful shot from centre
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World's Tennis Stars
At Wimbledon
By WALTER PILKINGTON
Sports Editor of the Lancashire L'vening Pott"
THE lawn tennis season has been u.thi red in with a
performaJICg which cannot fail to have a ttimulatttM eiTei I
on the gimaj in Britain for it proved what Ht 11 i
and courage can accoinplath.
B g) L. Pnish. a bespec- promising juniors availabli Hi
"32 ',!*'1 civil ervanl ol Cfpydon, advantago <>f apadal coachjng t"
I ! lonal Dan Ma>kcll two
iktng playan anu toursaa In Lbla intemuve four
I ..mpai.'i. I......
Ing exponent. Giovanni CUoaUL and ItaakaU h.i
T(l).% ,.,,. , ..,.. 11 ralrlj taatlng gama pied in aradlcaUng faulti a
match of tha aiciind round **vH Cup Ui gsat atyhi, andi^onaJjratog waaangaaai
PbUocnani (.-> Bvantualb gave Italy the right rhu is clearly the onlv
Hid '" u'a-v l-uxeiiilnii;
Soutb aim. .. ihn quail-
1 fn in niteiiriK the ..al I ;"" awaneil -' '
Datarminad i< raduea this lead, atonal) war* 1 u......nd
,>artan lirgati to tight back ami games while A. Cerdu of the Ai -
fenci 1 nncctle gen tine, who led the professional /
Overseas
l*layersOusleil
In Golf Till
BIRMINOHAM J in
.\ii Bvarw
eliminated when the matchplaj
Mages of the PanTold pri
and wonm; .....
"1 tin Stitimi Col Bald
to-day .
Two roue- lyad, leav-
ing eigh: !
.n,i than -i. m
bvouriUM Mi-'- Buntj
who Iwl Um \i
and M.'\ Kaulknei
r Congress
Opens

Nicaragua, Iran and
-lied to in.- h
1 I K A >
when the padaranant
opened to-day in the village of
Bha perched 2.000 feet
high in tha roountglni so miles
outride Rio.
1 title otbaa busu*
inch, tha tinie b;mg
Uj Taloan up with speccheV of
I -elegates from 34 BBl

World Clip Donor
1 mantlng wu> pn
1
I 1.m Jules Rimct. donor
Cup for which tea
have come from all -
world to play.
I-ater dunng th" Congl
ifucstjon of the
Germany and Japan was to come
up. and there wi
ny meeting at this
point.
Japan applied direct !n the
IMF A for readmlsslon. and Ger-
lirouili Sv
Heater Warned from eUTCHM elooa
to the executive committee that
they are threshing out the matter.
and will presently recommend,
continuing 'he Stmta a.
This would mean not admitting
either nation fully, but. as now.
to meetinns batwaan
vouth teams from the nation:
neuter
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t alOM in Hunt of the goal
'he ball into (he nats to
nie one Koal up. Within
faw Dthwtea .. free kick in the
| .uea was awarded the viall-
:.s kicked poweifullv.
i kaapai Hams do* Um ?"' Tom Hnilburton,
al 1 hance to pravanl lha lrt
Boxers
Cut Up In
First Round
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NKW ORLEANS. June 22
Guillermo Gimene/. of Buenos
Page X
Str.lllll-
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the
ound Tony Mottram. Paiah'i Si '' ohallanaw ^i wm.i :< baatai .1 technical
R '.iiido eaa ultimately be wiccessfully knockout in the eighth round of
ital BaUo tn levrl ihe scores at lagaatgd vicious 10 rounds bout li. Car-
. '.:;;;..";:::':.:":.,. zr52ffI2X%n. irSS"'"'"~ Y'"k'""'
lynamie. experienced Italian . j A T. Horn, the junior Both boxers were cut and
ail "kicked byiaoTca on^Titfi a^"iT'HatTenhein'r icolll toj^ daendw champion, and J. Barratl . i nj profusely before the
vlng and Chaia^ri tna right but rluu-nlon Ttn^Tout .nth "",*"' '''^ i>erformance aga.nst Onl round ended. At the start
. MBlve.n full backs Akal and ."'i-.' l H>wd saw Palah reach the hei^l.;. r .Ih Who knows what It of the eighth the handlers of
Eniaaanuel, and goal-keeptl Mllll , u !, ..,' .. ' - "" r'"8|ls!l in-.|"-d m their minds and ambi- Glinenez. who had been getting
ed equallj wall ',, ; K ... ,, y'^ |,|r,v "1 Bunny" Uons? Horn x, tar from a iwlce. the worst of it. refused to let
.nil Hme S.....ton a) U period ',, ,.' ,, \ lalned bo- At 18 he is the most promising him answer the bell
ba
with
were givmi; then baal iHiplaj fOl
ng ai ona llmo lahniaai
and Aal i
ing halpad un getting
|u t altar ina u
stand fin Ickai bad been
II.
IK foun in Ills ]7
i'i" I .1 insidc-lcft sent in a powerful
....i aratl I
lunalaly f" his team Mills
..'II in posilnin and saved easily
Ciena luii
Malveni's Umd goal canal
itli-i when Garcia, geltiiui posses-
"' Wnrln V. young tennis hope in Britain and
Pal b .: magnificent and only ,hl. MMCtori racoanlaed lha pro-
Bflai struggle |t ..I both him and Barrett bv
shot, but unfi.i- agalMl HtnT) Cotton ra than two hourg m--,,,. tin-m to fwaetua with the
Bwi......' > """. "" tw. He had the satisiaetion of play- gj,ll Cup team at Eastbourne BatUk) ueigh.-l Mn', and 0
Ifaawnhaln and Mrs Bolton ban
then tir-!t roiii"
Otmanai had i ad ovnr both
a deep biAiisi- on the
orehead BoslllO suffered cuts on
ight eye and UM right
but thev lost aft)
H ' Ml
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g ..I the ball, hastened down the
tweni ii..i itc kx m t,. ovoreon - tha dtsV
Ickat put on shot .ii ekait rangi Laa
49 quick again j">i bafora the blaal of the
i UM half hme mteivl.
Alter Tea \ ing the visitors in the envlable
Itkan i.f tout aoali ai agalnal
i. by S|Kirtan
the wi. i tie did nui un resumption they conUnuad in
. i ..me The combusatloi
, wai ii! <( (he loam wai a delight to watch.
i i padally work-
; a half hours bitting I ' ad with a smoolhuess that well
I.iiii v. .1 |he plaudit! they ie-
i . i. nd hrom lha big crowd
Trestrall and Walcott wara togath. Tha raault ! such eombtnatlon
i ,. ....,i. i ,,ft.-i '!. qukkb fortbcornlhg in a
UtUteg, and tliev hOCt tune Lewi*. Lynch and Man-
- t tiers had added .. single each to
mover it. the already big score. Not yet sat-
s.....n Batting <* """ ""'>'"
Tins left mon Ihn
...... batting and the,
Sedgman Leads
In Quarter
Finals
mg belt.- than anyone thought Th*) |..urned something
if ihowlng what pluck tmoaphara of thei
- rgadinaaa for the t me when thes
.-bed opponent to give ,lli: -.., Britain
I nice Ol effort to win
CooaUl I- tough, and at 34 has Wimbledon approachei and, .is
th.it much younger always, il will be a cobmrful.
players might enva He raiadad tkciting event whether or not
all of It and collapsed on the Oartrudt Augusta Moran. other-
Eastbourne, southern
England, when the last ball of a
I nune had tn-
134s i pOUnfll keuter.
Referee Picked
For World
Cup Game
I.ONIH IN
Frank Sedgman, tt
Australian who .- --..... Numi>ei
One at Wimbledon, today be il
Ihe Number Two sc*il
Tilited Stale i 1 6,
rt3. ft 3 ui the match ol th
day at the Loiil. n toot, ha waUtad off Ihe
Oiamptonahipa to roach lha ami- inawara thai hla i
:lnals of the Men's Singles dur;, n t, oppo-
Aslunishtnu Powf Of
RmsaglWMg
Palah ti-ik loss out of hlmaall
tig powen ol rei katanca were
istonlshiiif and In. calmness
BtchOd A hero In
"Gorgeous Gusse'* of the
(llllted States, decides to ik-f\
convention bv matching her skill RIO DE JANEIRO, June 32.
with exotic or more daring trim- Three British omcial.. Hef-
mings She wore a laced edged ,,|W George Rcadei Southnmp-
arroent thara last jroar and In ton) and linesmen Mitchell (Eng-
ITO he had black short- Ami '*''' ""' Uriinth (Wale*)have
the Wimbledon traditiP'"n'-'<' to hnndlei Ihe
alls for all-white outflti renal i-u.n^ match ot the World cup
against Centre Court frivolities Scn^* hw * Saturday.
hloni wnatavei Tho game li rbetwaen Brazil
..us she Will be attrac- unri Mexico in I ool A .
'.ve and Wimbledon b.is alwayi **!** ,N J"! PPMJLu>. J*
here he has referead be-
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he end Ol plaj to biing his team's
i ore to the sky-high figure of nine
o.oS to none
Hi ii w Bayan was the
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Tha teams were
Malvern : Mills, Akal. Eniman-
iil. Ilrayton, Carr. Walrond.
Manners, Hindi. Lewis, ''..tun,
I men
Spartan Harris; Gibbons,
Ho... n Medfonl, llaynes, Gilten*:
i.i *mi. Qyjj^ joluisoii. Walcott. ishmael.
Boyi
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wrist wall Biranad up naflt United Kiugdotn t.niu "p an essential part of the show fo"- .
vaa erratic in th. r ,(.iin anv H:imo ,IV a rni,ilshn,..., and .h^ Press photographers' Hp * chosen unai
j. ,.... rot th:- atch and it hi balkn
rttles bv iinwarme M that all referees have Ue:
at Wimbledon without Socking, told privately to attend the game
ter mi-.
Aral b> pinning
hasellne and th.
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'' ' o. ain n.tin. by ,m Englishman and the Pres
the anu hto one exrected .ieiight nuiie
ad......lade n "hock.-.i the erl
Gentlemen !
VOTE FUNDS FOR
DOCTORS VISIT
.one up Mi,
ReaVltl 01 UW OthOI men's sin
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Ken KiC'i
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were to-day awaiting a definite
daelaloa on who trill retafoi
their first match, against Child
gfl on Sund.i> in Pool "B"
It was announced
lliat Bamnesly (Austria) would
have charge of the match. DUl
to-daj it araa learned that V
afeer .Holland* might *
4 u'it> < ih= ci,i,-ai...t t ciaie.
the appearance of Helen Wills.
Helen Jacobs and Al ip Marble
Does It matter as long as the gbii
can birth play and look charming'
The appeal of Wiml:.
Utlnlf wi'l never ksnaMI A five-
set llnal on the Centre Court Is
sUII one of the hardest titles to
tests eves, wits ..nd the sturdiest ]
pkvy
EC CUCOIII lO K- li. IoKethei Sftth
the amplcur champion. Billy Tal-
bert ii It lliant doubles pla
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kissed Californians of familiar
fame and appearance. Uiulse
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Lha international Cycle Tourist
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