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I U.I Ml.Ill BARBADOS ADVOCATE Mil llll XV Jl-VF 24. 15 50 Years Of Yachting W.I. At Lord's Again Today / nun "Ixintntl 1 lit* Island" Craft in fornudiH's By A Yachting Correspondent %  I %  %  . i i %  %  %  %  .. — FUel's mam brokewhile Gipsy and Sinii' ClaN %  %  Hi perf unlng Ural .(..I will ine of the %  %  Wrnr.il I %  coming tf I ... %  .. %  %  % % %  huh on recorded I to Wm • ll.ere.l l>> llaininm.il In Ihc "B" K ihowv Resolute tlld I T IS JINK ai Lord'f 11 d m again :. ON da) tba Waal Iniirare engaged in %  Tad Match auiim*! England. Tlii> la Iht W I fourt* Ti -i al Lord, and the Ihn Ibrac |irecedinK K-mcs ware i-anlly won by England. "' "• lb a.au,939. L„, d ., „ w u,. „,., ,„. ^ n *?..' ""• aarne tome down. dle> |n lnolh t ,„, T be a much sterner slru,„ e „,„,, bM ,„,,„„„.„, •that preceded it ,„ ^ En.l.nd had to %  IT A'iST %  'I'I.Vfatl Indies' are out wipe away memories of the OSt which England %  and Kn;l.ri'i .Ilium _j ..( Iv_ 1 of her (in iiling. and to build a team (or the .Orthcorr.mt: rtniggM with Au>tralia will leav. turned in lirr efforts t< win iggdn But although Lords has to date %  •nlv offered the W I tests defet> there are HOI pod In UM portomM ericketers from these i.:: Of turf second time. England won West Indies first innm,. -'7" with George scoring 106 and Jeff Stollmeyer England replied arlth 404 for > wH-ki i 131) leading bright MI oi UM parts on lnd:oa. atari %  ais. scored J2f> ..( ;h Headley was responsible 107 — record batttn] ov the Black Bradm in Thli left England to get 9U for victory and they collected 100 for the ton of :' : %  . • that Lord's. GIPSY 1 Mii t the R B.Y.C Regattas "W..r CSMHT (right) wa tin* this season with (I3*b4 m i .tin) skippered Iiiinnit Hynoe. which wa eighth last year has now gone lip i .. m m "i %  Increased I lining the first half of thla contury the interest In yacht racing has increased Many local can remember as far i..tck 1900 whin thi'ic wen "Round the Island" races b> Largo ir..fl such as the Arrow Nanridtfo and Mound but when the Fotitabell,. Yacht Club wa. formed in I!)Hi a new chaptel was opened in lociil y.irliting The HI me id this Club afterwards .hanged (o SidmnuUi Yfieht Club. b boat was. UM Ifmttttei I root H ini-hes by eight %  flv* 'Wt Ii .id ki'i'l nsnde balleat, peak mainsail and .•nig bowtpffit It was used by i iof the club on a small .Mil ba,.K and sometimes %  i %  %  %  i %  I % %  .' ..ti'.:n il rtrgfflprMI of 'hiClM eat pealod lti prefnrinance W.l. DEFEAT SUSSEX -. II. ontlnued fnirn I'', i I m Khaki i can %  ' %  %  ickl> elgni ovei live of then -., r m <,. .....took ovei Outstanding George Headley's feat of stands out It was In 19? ''*! W '^' ^ n 11 "' 1 bat,man Wnal of the Test present? "" ,d ' n oach i lJ! ,n ** * b f t:iv a fair share of fortune•* eome the tlm rricketar everJo r Bvnur fhr ltr ^ srni w to, u. a Test match, and the hus an evvn eh ance of wi..second CT-cketer to score two mng hpir „ rsl lp ,. M |ch ,.„, ..parate hundreds In a teat matcn Jt Lo,.,,.,, But win ur ,„,.,. m lt Ice. Sutcliffe had preceded htm w forgiven (or repeating |hf and oft quoted injunctii.i, MAONIF1CENT COLD DANISH BUFFET SUPPER SERVED SUNDAY NIGHT From 1 to 11 % %  l...nmHigiMnl Up Hi. (Iftl III ..i tl. IIIIHT end with a three-man i i II ii. L_ii l^n a.-.,! f'taBniaeui -I.ll lurfhiiri-_ .d a half with for four nit I'I.III TWO rUtt %  '. %  i ..fuiiaiiu is ji pnasnl In Trtnidad iiu si Amu %  %  centra had among thin Boat Afusianu Oannne. frrido. Iiidiru-. Garfish IM iviuj. Warsaw had i iv Claw itoats and Bpeitintatown '*A•• Class tfad-flgtae, %  ri rtmm i n g dlah type of oantraboaxder, imported lor the Fontabellf Club BM IsasKM i'lub boat M* beam was L'4 (Ml b) etghl feel i leg M I'd fOJ %  made a Mm Johl %  l apl % %  Id I %  %  %  %  ... ii.i b .' .... i ... Mad UM "C' nja>UP l-J'*' I %  %  yeai nitfa ri 381 M %  one ot UM rtlai %  I t now "I igblning %  ill bed In Bar%  to ra* mi Roplti I %  I %  ti., babn Hei • %  • > ... i is especti %  l'i„. p | Gonnc. .mi gUpparad %  Pa* %  %  %  %  -c". wa .11. !*.: II % %  • dropped to third position vmfi to be outpanb i.igblning". Johnnie Hoad'i Cora pered by hll >••" J* I i mi in the i' %  line-up la-' ItaT, bad the i-dgc n toll season c.... .' .-uded will [MTcanUgi lor all i! % % % % %  whiir laal ,' J tVaHll'litii W| >P *"' %  — outpoinUni Culm nth M'*. wa UtONTENAC OOF, could have boaji UM foici uiini'i of thi' preaant day "lea for llcet> ••( club t an ii .1 I \ H.CIHIHI. wli. pa. in,ill annual niaintin.incc fee Pheti boati an lougbt with %  11. im> r.iiMit b) Milnnlar* efTnrt~ .mil pla\ llie ]>art of helpin,i-vei> • %  ue intiiesled in yai-htlng to sail rddj ,, i 1 I'Jllon of \i .1 not .unon I II bUl UtUc bli %  '' ,,ln %  %  pared bj 'i. Mi i '..i fllUi I.S\I ...win ami skippered i>> i>'%  • <*•**•? WAV Ihinl I" Hie lull i in< dule Ihlt. srjr with PUB." Vt i icing Ihta seaM.n it li.'l Minn "iJll dlrr. ii.m,1 • l.. ilhull ."ii rir.uiiiB H n M hjr'i fan Thorndyke macV %  leap from %  top In tin ' i .... ': i; Y C. rn..i lo thli UM HI %  • i %  keel IM ing ShMlda, CSA buOd. %  %  en, wa added in the local neat ruin brought a prutnf Mill I Imong i'i. peraonaltUai oi HIP rachUng ol Uiat day wen Hanrj Ung, Lulo Innlaa, J A Taggarl Oydnc) Ni Wooding K Bynoa I Baylej MttUMI WU IN III. ,:| .j.u bundol the well known enrci-ki it %  aadop ( lamat' Hoync > otter known %  son %  rrom UM PontabeUc ypeM ,, rachUng w ntm gnat Anne's oantn %  i the U II V.C I lhUi | on wtilla ..it.-i Dana i ie iin II debut to %  holding Fishing Boat hacing bul daring World Wai i rachtlng, ai MI ii ..mans Un %  port, detuned. .'..', :,. : %  ductlon ol Ihc USA design Slat Clas< I iro, /''.'ii'i' -'Hi Faniaiu were OWnad b) III Thorn. and Teddy Hoed, wli big taUraman ol Uw rasvlast) was eventually pfanntad Ihli boa) u %  gill Otheri wan Cln i owned by Mi Bowrtflg, AttVpfM 0 %  ood i i Mi A Sfcaeta B< %  nad b> Mr Bowi Ing and i in in-, owned by Mi B and Mr ICayei During the ihlrUea among the %  ,u ..u boaU m n • ommodon Wllklnaons Moirra Bloir, Ohapi. 1 iidin.. Kesfral. Musranfi. Palrtrtn md frocnblower S grtoi sniiH'" typo bn.libecame pop*. lar. / Yet anothai chaptai ma) bt .tu dei Ided lo tall Ufta Poxl I n dot .> hn I. i fOf i.n nig) %  .urn .1 I .I'M llf tWO I II I, I I'l'l t .i -, %  .. Ureadj baoi anl i the U.K. ..mi ii iMipeetad to sea %  largo numhai ol Ihea. w Ithnul b-nibi-aupmg Hll bttssnor. Jamcr' oalandod reacJutab and t""k 18 mlnuti I . • cog want on batting udkloual] I'", was %  II complatai MM housand runs this season wh."n Tini 'i -.is beginning ti help the i ind at 103 1 I blng forward, bit..i i,is bock foot vai Part. ill Into the leg trap and Kith the addition ol single. Jack Oa ho a hinrpod oid %  i .md was stumped. .i chanca baCop .'coring. Valentine tin-, tinu.1 afeng it i.mii OrtfII tried to hit by Trent rail who afte. a sCe-dV .1 oh held the high dn ppfng ball on tinboUTH BTT, At the tout of 112 James fell another viilim to .1 snn.it piece 1 1 tun pini bj Walcotl Corn; r.i lift.' 1 an mid oil I Co* hat IUJ i' itiad vary wwli for 18 mnnit-s Ml Ibw In %  nutaa Ihe lagt i. wi Pol 11 mi • 1;. mi 'in, loon 1 for 25 makni" 1. I lor IP in lilte.-i, own Reaier guaaax—iM l a a iaai t aagM as 4 '" mwiit.i ,,„„ r, r llf lOCrtl COS I b b IUmi1hlr ..In.' b 8 Waisen u KH*I"III the game revealrd" In-ton 111 "thjt Ihr had 4 line bals(ieone 4 hallennr 4 useful et of bowlers, .nil In Conatantlne. an ill raonrirr with a* much personality ax j Him star." Ptra -. an i.ii.-i thi Woat todles again Irod the halloweil turf, and were again roundly defeated This Uma England won by an innings and 27 runs, and UUg penad on June 24 <;ranri 50 Than were some interruptions by rain but England's first Ina of we 1 roead loo mneli foi t*j by the W I %  collupse for 97. was fotlowe.i by 172 oi which George Headley scored a grand 80, CblTord Hoach collected spec1 .'. Again on June 24. in the year B. I; f. Radio I'rograanr 1 and leavM "whatever I be." —BM. 28-foot picked 2 Yean Later Two .ears latei tin irdei Daphne wa 1. .,; d %  old by l"ol h William Ilowring and hall Mi BOwrbW later Commodon of the nans, The Weather TheylUDol.tlEvqy Time .—.. Byjimmy-Hatlo LIST'.TO*A6ENO>CPI?EZ OP THE CLUB. • TAKES ALL BOWS''AND CREPITBUT,HERE.ISkTHE,RU8"" ^IT Is'oniylrlATURAL IN A GlL>p\ I g OF OJR SZE TO PISASBEE ON SUCH r MATTERS-BUT SINCE I AM THE PRESIDENTiWJP FEEL I KNOW AHA~ IS BESXWR THE OR&AN.'ZATiOv 2 yOU OU-'WAVE TO ACC6PT My -ICOCSION W THIS MATTER WHEN WORK'S TO BE DONE—SME CHANGES HER DiTTy— D ^TS ALLO= THE MEMBERS ON A COMI/.TEE BB/HOVIi MEMBERS. WE EXPECT EACH 0= !" M>U TO OOMATE P.ES, SALADS AND (CAKES ANDTO WORK AS MANY KO S 1 AS POSSiBtE, BECAJSE ITS yOUR 4*. RESFONS8L'Ty-.yOIJR:;-. Y! ft T^E SJCCcSS C= OUR A--A ; ££= %  £• DE'ENDS O; yOU! aACH AAMO EVERY ONE rr-you Water Blocked! ^ %/ the (KI\M>\i H4T Made of pure Fur this hat is Water blocked. Therefore it can stand up to rough treatment Shades, Grey and Fawn. Each S 7.00 CAVESHEPHERD&CO.,LK). | 10, II, 12 s 13 BROAD STREET UK II ISI-IAOXOMISI VSE BOWRANITE ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT Til I\ sun IU*.rs: 5 II an Mm SeU: ti 23 p.m Moon irulll UgMaagi IM pm iiiih \% Mei no: II ;i pm VKSTKKIIW K.inii ill .I.MIM.UI.MI HI Ins. ToUl for Month to Vesler day: 10.15 Ins I mid i i im. i Max). S3 5 ' riMgllglBTT iMInl 73.0 '1 Wind In IM i II ami i 13 gm. i : la s. Wiml WI,.. iu III BriMa per Ii4ur llarnnirlrr (g am.) £9 96& 18 pm.i %  * *• THE PROVED PROTECTOR OF IRON AND STEEL GOBS FARTHEST LASTS LONGEST One (.alton will rmir I.(Hill iq. ft. Supplied in • PERMANENT OR] RED. CJREY, BLACK ,. 1 SUPER BLACK


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X\Tl Bn.U.JlSF. 24, l3o BARBADOS MiMUATF. PAC1 HIRES HARBOUR 1.01. THE* GA/V.60L3 In Carlisle Bay IWr. Sch l*iN Laa V iSei Sck lkt.nnti.rl C Onrdnn Brlqunn. Mi DUrte. Irh %  r M 7 • m M V T B. Radar. H V Lad] lej M V Da .ra. uud *rt l*d*ma W Irl M.n \l leSWSB, AJ4HIVAI* acruw.t liU'in". 44 ion* net. Capt Kuu from at Vii_-.il %  B Tltfun. ITS) l—i. nn. Capl Snnfl Hum DoeidiiHa %  a,. 1 I?: &.> In Touch With Bar Jadot Coaat Station >Hl.t .nd W • I i I.id. ad\ tale -it" Utnusk titan Hartoa, OH| Fail %  I Canadian %  S. C*u ... Ai*..!,III.MI SS Alrnnitn. a.3 F.ilke BaMiadi.tte. SS Palrstary. %  .. Anta D**p... SS Alt.ia I'oinler. SS Doloraa, "N sS M KM I Ma SS Rarfleut. SS Loideaate. SS MaM Laopold. SS. Uranlsnd. SS Cap* Conn. SS. Cn.to.lian. SS Aahia Anaita.ia. SS an Hra-if tS Am.., S Kin S S 1*.|> N*ln. SS Jalla s M -,., t s S RaSenl Lior US Tai.a SS Telamon, SI C'aw* Ol'rul. -s s j{. ..„. ss l*.de I'mciar. S S Llaniahar, S.S Upreville. SS Gold Coa-I. SS Ataua Mat* Seawell ARRIVAL*—Bi B.W.I.A.Llf-.ii 7rli>ld.a Herbert Uill. Gerald Hoar. Helen BoOllve Ruae Oavid lite, taiu.rll OvddSrd. Ortl SUK.I. I'iairntV SlIt.T. DMIHII DfArbeau. Ada Iron.Ule. Beryl Downaa. II>m.,< Dwn*i. Jtanna Dmrm llrndink Brunlne. Donald MrBride. Jr.i, M.luid. John Hr.d-i.i.. N.-rah III adUiaw, SOdJa Sroll. Jnhumix Van Moo*. Rita WeKri. *""' •"' %  *d*ard Singh. Latau Camp. Marjrsa Uevaux, Mauri** D.V.LK. Connla Kelt irk. M>>a-I D. Freita-. Jnii Wifltcy. Id' baton. Juhn Jeflar.. Th.imai I'.i'er. Hufh Pa>ne. Martin Hln.kn.ai.. Fred Cole, Jam. 7>..rn* Harold Biahop. John li'i~ AalilH Arn„ld Fox Monit-a Pol, Joan I-ak. rk.ieen PmVM. Ouilhann* Drttilva. tail* %  %  nnual I'ukeiina Moira Lu.-> Km. Tbendor* Gltteru i i...OwraWay iraiH-i. Dr4ialr Maloi W.lfnd I>.G ptTM Hill. (i.i,. al M, kill. .... UlUKII *. H. HW.I.A.L. Far l-.r.ij..! i. Vrrnen Halafel. Sir*. Mrrodi Oabrial Vv^nrt. Mr. Willlai Mr. S.rf Mi. U.S.*. Mexico End Trade Agreement WASHINGTON. June 23. TheUnited States and Mexico will sad their reciprocal "most favoured nation" trade agreement on December 31, under which many other nations enjoyed tariff benefit*, it was uflicially announced to-day. Biggest repercussions would be felt in oil and lead They said the cancellation would double the tariffs on about half the oil imported into the United Slates. This Included oil from Venezuela, the Middle East and other areas, as well as Mexico. Tariffs would also be doubled on lead from Canada, Peru and Australia, as well a* Mexico, it was explained. Price on a range of goods from toys to oil might also rise. The State Department, which announced the cancellation of the treaty, said it was done because Mexico banned some imports in order to cope with a dollar shortage, and raised tariffs on many other products because of pressure to protect her own industries. The agreement signed in 1943 sharply reduced United States tariffs on many Mexican products. In turn, Mexico gave lower rates to many American pinducts. Under the most favoured nation policy, the United States automatically gave the benefits of the Mexican treaty to other It h:is treaties with many courtlri*?s under which tt plans to vc Ihem as good treatment as he most favoured nation". Thus, with the end of the M.-xiin treaty, the effect will be fell by countries other than Mexico. —R ruler Leonard Smith. Mi Willlai. aomero. Mr CI>A..rd Oil.-i,. Mr. Adr. Una S)..'|>hrrd, Mr Chailea &h*ph*rd -" ivnik. Mi Ml C %  •. Jaea Met Ilk K.ithv ... Mania Cooper. Mr. Donald Clairmonte. Mi Phil.p Pries, Ml.. Cynthia Durant. Mi. Th-miai Cairni. Mr.. Doraee CalfM. Ml Adam. riaXun-Siiuth. Mr Throdonr MfKuiilrv. Mi Zahhoiii Al.ial.ao Mr Al..,.t.l AJII. M.Dor*.. Wrlcli. M|a, 1 I %  Mi J„t.n |IrT ri lrr.n, Bti *iymon Altmon. Ml Alac LltHcpae*. Pa* Saa lai %  iibc Mi. I 'ik.i Thoenp. Hk-.da-nrtn. Mr Cla %  rbu Bit Ml. Petrr Far -i %  Cr Waalun la-wia Far La naalra Mi A-'n.mv rtlmliui. Mr. Dointh' Bacon. Ml.. Diana Heron. Mm. Lutla So**Mr ItaiiLiti SWaa Far I..miH.au M i %  -. CN. MI LesHa M.: vllle. Mr John Perkin.. Mr Robert are.il. Mr. IWi>l Wtai>. Mi Juhn Ro.e. Sir <-ha:le Woollev. Ml Moll* Kins. Mr JamaOvertoil, Mra. DorolRv O' Mi Bruno RaitMAIL NOTICE England's Team For World Cup RIO DE JANEIRO JU England'* team to B*ai in the World SOCCII I HI here on Sund:i, day as follows. Coal: B Wilili.ms (WotV lampion); Backs: A Hamsey (Tottenham) and J A.-iun (Hanchesler United); Half-i Wright (WolverhainpU.il i. L. Hughes (Liverpool) and J D-ca fnson (Portsmouth i; r T. Finney (Pie>l.wi> W \7.i.nion (Middlesbrough!. R. Bentley (CheUeai. S Mortensen (Blackpool). J Mulli-n (Wolveih amp ton i. The leam DODtalrl prises, though som< Jackie Mllburn. United forward) i eluded Hughes is the < thought lh.it %  light be mand his change %  England' IU Igium that %  taeaion from the In tch %  Is thi %  I ... mi Mllburn war. m n and Mull, i outside left. Plnruts and Mann ion and Mortensen opposite wing-. ui postuata County Cricket Inside left is ;m UJUItu tion for Iflortf has played there before ternalionals. Mannion has often played In%  Mtrtt-il TaW U'.III B/ej i). poaalble, thougfa wing half Coekburn | H ter l'niies. In frsen p*c 1 i i '.,. United per < ani %  iban Ih ant) %  %  l %  %  %  lui lion ihej %  ThenIdea Is ihal w magimum and mlnlmur iituil |hi Isc UIUl I. ill "I it tinpcica loolu Uto %  rauld have lo | until LDO I'M' nil, and t inn. %  ild be] until llu V\, %  nun. I. i 6-Hour Clash my beat mha LONDON. Cn.kel ra-iull* i At UulUlord. Oaiord Unu. (( %  li.ru Unlvaimr in, Call M, Dl .. %  PaVkVI h'l • and vn.fHllv SI loi 7 declared Run) lag! and %*eondly 1. Mclntyia SO. Mender-on 4 lor 3a. AColrtia^ur. Ra-aa -Vortujr.lir match diawn. Lii'i la*. Whllaheed I lor Ml and a*c,.n.lIv m. Rsv sn.iin AT. VolhhlM 1. Mutton 1M, I-..oil SS. >n a — !" n dly 15 for I. Drrbyitnrc-Olamorsaii matth Ii.ibv-tii UI for > deed Kevill SI Ai l*n-tol lUatp-Mra beat Glou ttnir hi SI row llampihnv 10* Goddaid I lot tecundly IU; Ooddard 4 for 40 Olouc-tarahirr IBS for 1 de Vuum as. T Giavenav not out I %  eeondl* M. Km.U T fo. H. Dan isham. Watwi<."-hire I rV .nd SI inherit, i OftV* Panel Mail al to am ResUteied Mall and Ordinary Mail at J p m. on lha JSih June, IBM Maili for St Lucia. Dominica. Monl.se rat. Antllua, SI Km. Bermuda IVntiHi. Ilalifav and M.mtie.i. I,< the S8 Lastv Nel.'i will be rimed Bl the General Poat (ymrt a< under Pairet Mail al I l> %  Restrrad Mail •Ad Ordlnarv Mall at 3 p.m on Ih* lh June. ISM) i Week i for I .1— .1.-1 -n.l WarwIcKahlr* I4> foi aavondly foi ). Kell, At Rutkden, Soithamptomhue" -SomerNorthair.ptonahira 1U for dc.. Lie UaSilon 1M .nirrM-t 141, Broder-HN 4 f.if IS. Gailuk 4 la %  at and secondly 31 for two. At NotUnsham. Nottinghsm'hlieMiddle*** insteh di Kadlnshamahirr 3S4. Ilaid'tafl Tones Still Play Party Politics from page I the Hi'. OppUS:lliin In his vi amendment to thi motion urging acceptance of th< Ftunch invitation to take part It. the Schuman Plan discussions in Paris was "sound, brftad-n.mdi-ti and (air "If. as I anliclputcd, all goes well with the first division, watch what happens about the soom: i see whether the Opposition dare vote against the wMtancc c4 thi Government's mm ndnn-nt." t said. Morrison concluded eminent and Its suppori.-rs hav> every reason to face lite delwlc with confidence." The Oovernment's uwelcomes Schuni:r propoalilK the pl.ui. asks inetnl-etof Parliament to IIVHJ>I;IS<> ii wg im|HissJble to take purl #> disc-insions on the Plan which commilte.1 Britain in advance to pool her co..l and steel industrleat, and colls on Parliament to approve the readinesa of the Government to taki conatrucUve part in AS" %  I i iba i .. %  uf Fu o i i polio %  t/ho :ir. %  %  hi lp %  %  i. %  %  %  %  draw ii in the world i'" lure in mind This Li not |\i i Datagjati rtunl i ,i ,. %  and ;• %  will not IHused. %  Lltutcd tl I III. II.I. the suggt itwn mi at tt %  %  a for inaxi mini ' DBptad." In v Did t HUM rvativa Bffjlli MIMI a/ealth Bu Churchill %  ill llu* a %  %  tor Mi %  %  Ol thrvv. rnJUnani t Mr Schuman's %  %  %  %  : %  lion i. %  : ucniMl I Mistry ha< %  . i I We V/tll have <" • cut their Pali I Anthoni.,k-T. %  Mthi.u' i doubt, wm I" II • Eup %  i H %  %  hoj t Hi 't Hut.. i i can keep up Iba whola tana*ol %  . mi .HI. i tnki.i it, th, Buroaaan taani at <}• %  • Americin View Kr.iii P I and lha on the : %  pamphlet, "II npti'sent %  oup tn urn America %  Ilg, gull THE NBW Bf >DfOp TR \jCK ENGINE &f MORE POWER Greater Smoothness I-our Di'In ?Vf Triul Slniptoii .|,ie.l niUedSe :.t — ..> with the hope it may be abl join in or associate with the DO mon affort —Reutr i Ai i %  %  fieri An .. %  %  whkh has bow fl< wn %  %  mg % %  Ki-uter London Stock fJxc/iangi' %  . i %  .... i i %  ..,ill %  I iBia were on Teatot) offai and dot linad a .... i i %  %  %  %  %  i B lOeOOO. 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PAC.r. mi a IIAKII \IM)S ADVOCATE SAHTtllW Jl NT. 2<, 1S(I BARBADOS fi| AN'OOffE r. 1 —f -1 Saturday Juno 2i, 1950 4 AIM Mil A.MI CONFINED THE pussibihn >1 .i ban on West Indian labour in ihe United Stall's winch Wtt hinted by Mr. J. Kenneth Thompson, Colonial Attache i>f UM Biiiish Kmbassy in Washinylon .should rouse West Indian Governments to MOM effort lo gfSV* Ofl whut would be uiuloubtedly a disaster. It is possible that representations made through the Caribbean Commigsiofi mi^ht have greater effect than communlcattong from etc govammants. There I %  PMnmu why such represent ui.uii.s eg will bfl made to Washington should be made through the Caribi.mission, it was from UM late a€i one of Uwmon outatandlni members of that body thai the idea originated for the Governor o( this island U) visit Washington personally in order to secure a quota lor Barbados. After that visit the Commission gave much assistance and between 1W4 and IfMfi'the number ol Barbadians in the United Slates reached aboui ten thousand. Today Ihere are slill a lew hundred employed In lields and ffeCtOfb there. Mr. Thompson's remarks, however, should not be surprising to the general public as Mr. O. II. Adams in Ihe House of Assembly recently pointed out that emigration opportunities looked bleak indeed. ft is necessary that every effort should be made to keep open all avenues of employment. At present those in Ihe Dutch Colonies and Bermuda are slowly closing and aln.os: every Break Barbadians are returning home. If in normal tunes when there was opportunity for employment outside that island emigration was regarded as the only remedy for our economic ills, it must be quite clear that with the others steadily closing, the avenue to the United States Is Ihe only hope for us. The United Stales with her vast resources has succoured Ihe civilised world during the years following the last war. She can continue to do so until the seed of discontent and strife has been swamped by the desire for peace and co-operation among nations. This is but another step in that direction; and the West Indies who by ties of Ihe past and by geographical situation are close to the United States can make out a strong case for further help from that country. It is necessary, however, that Ihe merits of the case be put to Washington and in the strongest possible Icrms. The West Indies cannot afford to lose any opportunity for emigration. The agricultural and industrial pursuits of the entire area are noi sufficient to support ihe three million peoples who now live here. It is imperative that something be done to make the situation known in the Uniled Slates; and lhal quickly. si I'IMIIII mi: >n si i ii THE number .if demands on one's purse in these days continue to increase; almost everyone asks for help, both individuals and instiluhoiis Hi-, Excellency the Governor asks for help for Harrison College and education generally! the West Indies University College eppeaJi for scholarships and funds; the Barbados Museum now appeals for increase.! membership. Some of these demands are plain charity, others social necessity; bul both postulate an inescapable civic rcs]n>nsibility. The Museum is an cducalional inslitution at home; and il is at home lhal charily begins. Within recant months the number of children visiting the Museum has vastly increased and there can be no doubt thai with this continued increase there will be greater demands for facilities to accommodate them. The Barbados Muaeum is tangible evidence of what culture the island possesses. and when it is considered thai the cost ol membership In ihe Barbados Muaeum and Historical society Is '.ess than one penny per day. il is ihe duly ol all p..rents to put by some of their pennies for support ol this Institution. The effort will n NEWS IIIOM it It I TAIN II.Ift.%1 III ll>llM HOIM IMS LONDON INK through iluImmigration Dt%  %  < .11..Il.i. ILL. I BOUDt -' 1 i ol th dollai area, is equally to ia-uu within U* under Uui part >f British life Nalurjilv oonatal of .n .luthoniy trui B >.. .inderstanj ciallsls 00 %  .-, COOK .. > realise lli-l superiority at Uiv tame AII lev's words were ]orit. of the people of Ihe -i., labour Party laha Bull %  eign ports There is not much r. Workw ihe British Lab%  l.-k.-ti OB M an MI Maf-righieoUl several reaped Hi h %  % %  Ml Caaunonwatritfa Uvi la badu MI %  kbit ("i pinguoges from our own. I il the pamphlet Mthei Brtl prefers unity witn Social ihe .in. iUM racUlb consckw Europaai* f ,,,> %  Conferti lui MKI ebullient Di Hugh Dalian of South Africa rathe* Inaa like racenUy. in .i ggeecfl h thai Uii i nUnanl rti. > -SK %  raeUM Labee ar i re ui ibid | leafing with the Fiench %  peak! %  igad U Nat .. M %  .i Continental i ta agreement with Ha Franca ipaakln fag a •, ,n government The reaction of tan) The answer IO these reasonBritish upeii<>ni> : the wide arortd i<> irupairgjkHlel ..i i> doubter! freei act I i .i m (.nt UM Inetin Ttaa Scbumari Plan, for piuiing %  %  %  i 11 %  BI :. ii Qai • othlng Hi..! wo ii.i dai Lho Brl • i.l KmBullish instincts i>f tini i, .-, % %  : %  yxid-artda eonunerca ol -i &gomrm wealth md from British people overaeas, %  ,t thai w re inn i Ki o' 'nil) with Kuropi think Britain would Ncorne .< smaU, bul pOWl 'pf BO null itM-if m f the SOI i %  nl "mi uf Cot %  We Whe Mutter lo tin Britain > r UM I md "i the Euro-pea n how wa i neighbour Slru .s .ii w* %  %  % %  % %  national pi i pli crowded U %  i ol Iba European eontl %  IUI BUMH neighbouring counUiai nenta, and BtruggUng i< keep pace v i ndapandanl nation %  (Tiimumiv hut this is DO more w nh the (treat resources hail an .ilii-im.with n'.'n-i govGerman) i %  ith France is coniplchiv A) UM HUm UrOS, lacking rhiGerroani did lhali atroog daalre btra to make cot In! in 1U4H to split Britain from nioi. eaUM wlUl Eun the I until.. i l" % %  tries. Anytmv who wk l..rt> 1! i JUHC with tindoctrinaire %  . i*ie nrat place, tl meai i %  ng.on his %  chatne wnhout Baking us nm? Acan he %  i., pal forward .< plan without having 'i., i planners %  between 0 j two itUtudi iiu nn I is the Oovarnncnt at bottiK asked I .1 undei the i onl i I the HH", %  '"• Fr*^wh %  ''..-I v..n *im %  not No < Burope Is i mlng, can look .it UM make |H i. rtlj map ..i.o sw Tlinl a oui finniiiv neighbouri Amer%  long wtth UM countriai on UM ~ rial! Conttnenl will i-dtractty In UM Cnglund tii.it we watch the %  Are rougotni to Europe IhU Union. Our fate is tied with JMJ" !" ,; SummerI, b not lhal ,1,Ma of UM COOtoMnl Oj EUTOpPranch or Dutch or Belglar Since war against Commu nism Is . n ; ... nn internal war against ,. . top of the hus, he would MIV tht the conditions that make CommulfVSSCd ,„ ho | () b i nrt( pr | nt or — good allies with whom imni und a.struggle to huildarmies nw g D f is anonynmia piinpbiet •-No SfHijllst Pnrty with Ihe pros [ormlng %  Go*) i,\ whlcti .1 policv i 11 % %  %  i lupra E %  tn %  %  hu the e we agree, fundamentally, and to Who "ill nut let us down because they will do ;is well us they can. %  ,.'tin on the Continent are welcome enough, but they do not Impbi that Britae. identities hareaU wnh Burope, Th have t' take that int. account Thr, know that our attitude ; %  > tinCcrnmonwe al Ui ion i ditlereiit plane to OUT attitude to Euo.jie We ure part of tne CfHIimm % %  ealth. and m>t H' % %  I-I:;EmlgraUon from Britain has lieliied Thousands are passto huild defend oursstvas, fa Burope may '* the oniv ble way So. tO tth of u-. taderauoa wlUt Burope .hie aim and the mainc of the itrong baa a 10 %  arnonwealtti at an .. iniUiorlt nveanah, wonU heva %  rssrnnont am" I in: dangerous Ki'i poUUclans to trample cm Thei' iloiiilirt enough and dOUbl enough in the feelings of every voter to mean that the poUttckUt does some harm which > be Meps. octtf and wouM ...•' %  ,. r worker* A little earlier in Hi. pamphlet the Party Executive had admitted gt On v • I NOTES OX A4.IIH I I 11 III Ky CCs KKKKTE At Bay Weather Weather condition* luring UM month of May were /cry satisfrtctory and the rainfall aaceasM oi a^Mssauas (-,'. %  ,IM i aaa in UM maiOrit) Of districts there were lesumed and crops of yams. Inon which dian and Guinea corn, sweet porn in fell The heavlesl I II urtoaa and aardan vagaletiioa to be .i i the Ird, miv MKri and pwrued. Iln Saxar t'ne Ky the end of the luoiitli. the reaping M UM rnatuN Ing lo rainfall returns resugar earn• rop ami all but com%  "• averags total pieted on peasant plots, thi lho inf.ill for the Island Inr th %  '.\lu-le. Melds appear to be higher oath was 0.59 Inchai than was estimated at the beginp.mil wlU IM inehas fOI May, mug vt ihe reaping season The I'.UH. Ihe average for May ("i ihivoting plant and ratOOO CSIMi an Uv< Bl U %  I atSl past 100 year.-. greener and growing mere vigorcludm :ud animals aim yoonsj )i" I :i eat I fOI OUaly than la usual at ihis time stock burn during UM inontn. alsj 1980 .is 10.03 Inches raofUMyeai Bavan bundrad and twenty-two corded at a station in the high(Joiivn Cotton gn i ogailaoa of IOIIR ware nroduoad lands of St Thomas, and the low 1 operated with the Department In Twentj young pigs aren I est ms 3.49 inches registered observing UM t'lu-Beaaon. Some Kolanical at a station in the parish have ahead, cmnmeme.i prepai Sugar t ane s^edliiie*. T Ii • of si Jamra The average atioiis foi plant in g UM next crop moJingS in poti in UM clsterni ai total for Ihe Island for Uio Trrr Crops. The fouowini CodTUlgton ware i i UM J'l'st Ve.LI Sun. Wursarj to Ap" ul some Of the Btg1 oiiu. wnan Us i i rop was reaped earij an I the .< ..i= piuuguget i '•loves na band (ultlvaUon was carruM out, the planting ot foou crops, especial 1) yanu Indian corn and rouno pro%  ,, n i Uvantage wu taken Of tng UWI of tllw ppiy nltrogeni i Lmg canes during tin month. i.ivesUN-k. AI tne end ot Ma>. User .. total of i^ bead u Tree Bvo-monlb periiMl January lo May '• "it-> weie m .,,. i i II pproxlmataty 10.00 lnenas, " UM markets during %•'. %  > while that r i ranaandlng hieadtruit. inanaoi | period fin ! was 705 inches, conuts and bananas. Sugar Cane. The harvesting nf >*•**• "d Ulse**r*. TnatS ware the Old cop was contiiuied durltiK ''" complaints during Ihe inontli the month, and nOM and hWtOI v OOO major pan has been the moth relurn; ie,named sall>fae tnrv lo '"Mr III young ealie ( onll.il i msru CaSM actual vields have exI"*'"' ' ll'e di'tnbulloTi ceaded up-to-date crop estlrnstaa "' moth i pai A numbei of factorial completed utaDtstrict StaUom operaUons during the t.xlens month, I ably not !•> %  completed until the proxmiately L't.t .vei. planted III UM nm n 1,000 In a Bhofl > :• \ Yc.il Se-,1 Seleel HeegUag I rial. I'M. Us* of ma Iriali waa UM Baled Seed' n trial at Mount WQton, and Ihii was cut on th 1th Maj ii 1121 followed hi B.412 EaitaasUaa Hark. Ihe 1 i UBJtrurton vMti .,. „, „„„, ,,,... ml holdngsand 10 ichool l(11 ,,, „„. ,,,„,„., U;1 garoans during too menu. Elgin W9 l( M 0 I(li ,.,.,. ngo tree, wen lop-workad on tl(t ,,„., ,. aaled by Zi Bavan rile n iere earapst lea OUiei an lo bi % %  I jndred and tty UaM Iritgetlea. Undei the Colon • ded during tt Development and Welfare [rrtaamontti. Prull trees delivered t potatoes, but ihu lion Scheme, peasants contil ad I oUowi Ihi rentei p< rtlnti of to ,,.. vltfa tl these crops will not (*.. ,11 ried out Mallatiott of new HIT Ol UlgS *•:*. LUlM 133; Lemon 6 until the reaping of the sugar with repairs fa) and extern S lock 4; P '* Watei LCmOi KUtlng unlti Cant .: Grape 1; a large I 94; Mand 0; Pomelo i bar of applications which < i %  %  t; I %  Wen Apple I f Jure The l.lti'ht i 'in of the crop fa UM I QUA ... %  The young i ane crop, i-ith plan* made 'i! ith and in exceUeni condition. Borne ftl Ids were plai ompleted lVasaiu V %  ;!!. IIIIIIM I'IHMI Crops. Owing to the fieIII.-I.' well distributed anowers rail during the month) planting ol ml i lobj throughout the This break in ih drj tmue to be crop Haetsaadrv, The resplni of i> 1041 cane i i"i w* it mpleled at all Bl %  Ad of May. It! II obtaining the use of plough uihled hand cultivation m bo have held up plant mi: programmes %  Four iii. i ei uil i %  Ibuted. ; idso distributed. Thai Wifkfd Wickel-Or Was If. If* Vvtrr If.Mo., LONDON. June 15. 1950. NOT gj i Harold Larwood sad rua 'body-lint' UtwlinH" has a Test match aroused so much controversy as the one just completed at Old Trafford between England and the West Indies. Much has already been written about it; much more will undoubtedy be written in the future. A | bg wicket really so bad? Was it dan[CVOUI lor batsmen 9 Should the Test have >een played on it? These are questions on i cement may never be reached. But om an English point of view perhaps 1 can, irt oul one or iwo of the answi i i he eatfsent point to emerge from tlie Oul, TTailord match was that whatever the con dltion of ihe wicket. 998 runs were scored. No one can possibly deny then that run-makIng end quite heavy run-in.lUnfj are poealble Ah. but I can hear you saying. "Yes, bul look how the batsmen had to light for their rung." And my reply is why shouldn't a batsman have to light for his runs. Surely f he is worth anything at all he should be prepared occasionally to bat under difficult conditions instead of having all bis runs .served up to him on a sun-baked platter H hi< ti peassag as u wicket, What matter if one or two reckless individuals Ihrew away their wickets by rank bad stroke play. The fact remains that JefT Stollmeyer. John Goddard and Gerry Gomez for n ,\.i indies and Bill Edrich, Len Hutton. Godfrey Evans and Trevor Bailey for Eng land proved it was possible to make runs by Ihe exeuise of a little caution. Their efforts should have proved once and for all that the wicket was not impossible Dedding whether or not the wicket was suitable for a five-day Test is another matter entirely. Here, I am one of the lirst to agree with Wesi Indies skipper John Goddard when he says. 'This was not a live-day wicket." But it is necessary to enter into the matter more fully before saying that the Test shuuld not have been played on such a wickel. The immediate question which presents itself is: "What is the right type of wicket for a liveday Test? If it is one which shows DO grealer sign ol wear on the last day than n *lul on the lirsi. then I am all against live-day wickels. And I am equally sure that Goddard would sustain the objection. Indeed, he iias told me that he is all in favour of a wicket that will give the bowler some assistance. But his contention is that the batsman should also have a chance. Let the bowler start reaping his harvest later in the game and let the batsman get his runs while the going is good. Goddard's urgurnent is that in a live-day match the wicket could quite reasonably be expected to show signs of wear on or after the third day and not before. I am inclined to agree with him. There were nearlv two days of play remain ing when the last wicket fell at Old Trafford and there is absolutely no doubt that had England had to finish the match in three days they could have done so. A declaration ai lunch time would have given them sufficient time to bowl out the opposition before the close of play. And this is where Goddard's argument receive., u.s strongest support. Why bother to allocate five-day matches when it is fairly obvious from the beginning that three days are going to be sufficient. The Old Trafford wicket would have been far more suitable asi summer when the New Zealanders were here than under the present circumstances Goddard has also claimed that the wicket was dungerous and that had any fast bowlers been available lo make use of it the local hospital would have been kept busy running ambulance services to and from Ihe ground. The way the spinners were able to make the ball kick is in itself another argument in support of his claim. Ai the same time il is only reasonable %  point out that the wicket was so obviously suited to spin bowlers that Etudand left oul Alec Bedser and the West Indies omitted Prior Jones, both speed-merchants, in favour ol two slow bowlers and that neither captain had any real need for a pace man. It is possible, 1 think, to ayn pstl lag with the Weal Indies Old Trade: i bHU> a new and unpleasant aapei em Bo refreshing was il for us to sec .i Test match played |o .. definite conclusion that we may have ov irlooked trie shortcomtnga of the wicket And 1 let! Ihii wa i laklng things just a little bit too far. B) all means have tickets that are going to proluce irsnlts in three oars Heaven know* how bowlera have had to iweat without any help In ;. .i i \o days are nllocotcd to H let match then let us make it %  live-day Test and e-.md-a-bit day farce! D. v.' SCOTT TODAY'S SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE USUALLY NOW mi -^ • TINS KEA-NUTS 38 33 TINS OVALTINE (medium) JEFFREYS BEER 73 26 64 20 J I'll! / I It I FOR nil-: nhMHt.it froivri Ymmr Hnuls Xuu!! We have .... SHINGLES SHINGLE PAINT GALVANISE GLTTERING IH", 21. 30 M AI.LMINIUM GUTTERING 24 30", 3" GALVANISE NAILS IRON NAILS PLASTIC (lor sloppinc holes) • WILKINSON & HAY.NES CO. LTD. Successors lit C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. Dial I3, 4452 & tW. DECKWITH STORES Serve a llalancod llreakfast Red Kidney r Per lb .20 Salami Sausage .. .. 05 :el .. till .36 -i ii Haddies ., „ .40 s Chocomcl M Alison's Rolled Oats— i Beam .. .. .48 18 Peanuta r.iinocj ..... ,. .. n .21 Eastpark Beef .. tin .01 Maxam llerf Sausages „ „ .50 shifts Mutton and Pi M .. .43 • '-.'. • STANSFFI.il. SI Oil \l i A (0.. LTD. OI'll III AIM IIS S.W Steel Sli.,l Protesl llal'w ItWk To VMW %\u" %  %  s %  '' %  society to proceed ciiii the atcM '.. "; I St. M on i teel ttwd and U n Ji^llf Vostry | rurther < bji lion should I llsried n report of a rtMeUng proposal A COfU ol UUl letlet U> Government, under the capUon It too late lo was nlxo sent to tl i ebjecl to the Steel Shixl—declgres Society On September 21, lii-lJt, In Noveml cr IB4P. ,i letter "*J a from tlic ISi>ed by Ihe Civic Circh-. ma At this meeting |e" | ..i. ; st Mlehad'a Veatrj that Arts nnd Crafts Society and Ihe test from the Arts & Crafts Sotl. I , Ajenctltson of CuHun] SoclettM ciety nnd the civic circle with n, ornelal conununlcauofl ith * sent to the Colonial Secreuri regard to Hie ,: .,..„,, ,„ Ul(l p,.,,^^,, [( ,.„.<., ., ,,nd to the Clerk ,.t ih, Vi II ateel Bhed In Queen a Park WST0 MV(>ri ,| >tee i ,|„ u Mlll UL(t m d contiiinlng a proposal alt1 considered, and Members of the fW .\, „.,, „s l(MV ,. l( .,„. tv u ,. r to the erect ion of a second steel Vestry, .,;... shed, which would pi vi>. •Objecilons to ihe erection ot uonal awegnmodgtton without in iinnlher atcel shed at Queen Park A B Meeting of the oiee n s ny way destroying the ..meiuii. %  "* %  "* tnentertained as perlllllk Cominrttae of the Veati ?f Queen's Pert fte reply of the STS. %  y V 1 *-?. K,vcn •"** l i ,i -EJ.Y !" !!i^" -Ji 1 .".'' ,hp Crete Circle the Arts and Inwwlsdgad the rce ment gives the imores.io., th.it th, nf r lltu ,.,, s.Kie,„-< n iw pen \>i protest on Ihls subje, : i tthcAgrrection of thr aecond I tor^Uie erectir>waa almost plate, Ii. SeptemlxT 1148, when th Agrlculturol S erect a secoiul steel shed Thiii r the Agricultural B* d from th< .... laUng that it had given Tin for the anetton The letter •:, ; %  \ Crafts Se. : in thr %  raotfoi %  .'. 'neb n ii bj UM %  %  further letter dated April 28. 1950 Queen's pi.rk appeared In that UM Aitand Ci aftl So.-iet. to the erection of a second %  tee' hed before | ermlaalon for its erection was sou^nt by the Agricultural Society. It has contiiuied K tlona fn m B> i 1946 until April 19511. This is inn a case of trying to ghul UM ltae> dix'r after Ihe I stolen. O. M WHITK i Pre..dent) Harbario* ArtA Crafts Societ, June 1!2. 1950. Smng fco fft l l r P..ytuTtr. Th. ,ldi.;r,ltc SIH 1 am asking you to .illow -.' tnose "f you I %  ion nudra a %  pectsJ eft end the song recital I Faulkner at "Ws* day. June 2fl. at H 10 p III Ml< Faulknc Barbados with vanced publS I lot appeal on her bei .i high raputatlon In Me* York u In other West Indian colonies eggful. Through Ihe kind COof the British Council, tickers for M : i %  I -l maj be obtaineo at "\Vakei,eld CK III/IW MATTHKWS Rotiy Seriet.ii i. Asvoclatiou of Cultural B0 Jin a 13 HiHirny! To Th,Editor, Thr Aril I SIR.—Hip. Hip. Hurrah! for 'i Queens Parti i an nothing to do with ling of the beauty of me Park" but l an eagerly looking A hen both s %  .1 be used almull by Parties of different Political lUS several Loud Speakers and thousands of followers. Of course the resident* ol I Street und Constitution will not be able to ob(ect as they did not protest before Ihe new Shed arrived In Ihe Island Here i-. A: -him; them "a happy night's rest" on such an occasion. ADRIAN DELANEY. Hvlmont Road, June 21, 1950. • LETTtilts wheh arc signed with a nom-de-plume. but onacrom panled by Ihe customary b-nvi fldra. will he Icnorrd. Many surl iif Ihe necessity for Ihe unier'name to be known to thr Edltoi reach the Editor's desk each week, and readers arr JCIIII remindetl not for publication, but aa an assurance of |ood faHh. ATTENTION HOUSEWIVES NEW ARRIVALS III Our I in %  lislliiiU III |il. HANI) PRINTED CRETONNES IN I.INrA & COTTON PRINTED GLAZED CHINTZ — ALSO — HEAVY PLASTIC IN PLAIN ((il.ol'KS AND 111.111 PLASTICS — IN VAItll Ii DB8IONS DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT GODDARDS offer these--bod ^Specials — ... —For It, ,,,l,i,,,i ll I \HI\ ait tpi M i MlFFBTg it \t n\ C ** 101 vv BOOS rOM i !<> .11 III; C.R.W'I FRI'IT HEARTS f:'ff/f/ I'hfSf >l'.\(.lll II II I III I -I in HIT. MAC \KII\I g III.1SE In tins HI \l ROLL in tins AM'HOR in i K in pkn < MI FOOl Jtl.I.v BRAMis HI ESSCNCB ( l \.,\ In Unities. H\K1 It -l i. si -IK KS r. \i:,., si (. \R in small bolllea li Vltl.l \ minis istralnrdi OOlaD BRAID with a CROWN C1NGKR ALE ^xe&Jt, III I I HOOT. POKK FAT. WHOLE TOMATOES in tins



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SATURDAY. Ul'VE 24.1)30 BAIiKADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE 244, Wanted To Become Policewomen 12 PASS £XAM. T HE c ax roa UN \i WO II.N la MOd m applications to Col B 1 Cfaumunooner ol Pnlicw. wiih jmuig ;he 1.,... of Po! no women, *a> well jnmnd Two hundred and forty-eight BBpllcanta crowded the District 'A' Station on Wednesday and of thwt 30 were selected to alt an examination which took place al 10 a in on Thursday. Of the 30. II m turn up at the Central Station on Monday next for a further interview with the Commissioner of Police From "MM ihc EoUI moat suitable will be selected to lay the foundation for the local branch of Policewomen D RIVERS RENEWING THEIR LHtNlIN this year are afforded better accommodation than last year. The office to which they apply is larger and b standing, they are provided with Mats, and also magazines to read. B RIDGETOWN WAS WET ..m gloomy yesterday. Dark clouds gathered in the sky and the temperature—the lowest for the week—was only 82' Fahrenheit in the Shade. R AIN BEGAN TO FALL from parly yesterday morning and Intermittent showers were experienced throughout the day. The amount of planters and managers visiting the Qtj were all pleased with the early rates. During Thursday and up to 6 a.m. yesterday, rain was recorded in every parish except St. Joseph. St George with 40 parts recorded the heaviest while the total rainfall toe that period was one in. h ind 77 pail Other i. turn! BrOre Cttj %  parts. BUiUon Hill District n parts. St. Philip 13 i Thomas 11 parts, St Peter 12 parts, st jamea nine parts, St John ten pan ST An i,. ... |fl parts, and St. Lucy five parts. T*HF. MEMBERS OF THE 1 BARBADOS District of the St. John Ambulance Hrigade will attend a Divine Service at S( Michael's Calhedr^l at II a.m. to-morrow. A recording of the Annual Commemoration Service of the Order of SI John, which will !*• held at Canterbury Cathedral. will be broadcast from 9 3(1 to 10 p.m. to-morrow over Radio Distribution. For those who have wireless sets this Service may be heard on 2553 and 31 55 metre bands on Sundav from 9.30 nm "-pHE FRONT WHEEL. FORK X and left pedal of a bicycle, owned and ridden bv Joseph Dowries of Hunts Street, were damaged In an accident along Tudor Street recently Also Involved was motor "bus S-58. owned bv the Leeward 'Bus Company and driven by Cyril CarrnJohael of Mile and Quarter. St. Peter The running board of the 'bus was damaged A N ACCIDENT OCCIRRED on Westbury Road recently between a bicycle owned and ridden by Erville Seale of Goodland. St. Michael and another owned by Oswald Inniss of Deacons Road. The front wheel of Seale's cycle was damaged. S O FAR THERE ARE TWO known Evertnn VfMkos M present one is in England imashing up runs for the West Indies, while the other was charged here yesterday for the unlawful possession of a quantity of yams. T WO MOTOR CARS were involved in an accident along Hastings Road. Christ Church recently. One was owned and driven by Bertram Evelyn of Navy Gardens, Christ Church while the other was driven by Darnley Pilgrim of Bank Hall. The front bumper, right front fender, head lamp and radiator of both cars were damaged IIAVNKS: Ml p.m. T IREE-VEAR-OLI) Gotland Layne of Brinon* Hill % % %  struck bv a 'hit and run !" cyclist while plasm,; artttl OthSf Kirls a McCleun'> Gap. BriUona Hill, recently. She was slightly injured SF.YMOl'R GRAHAM I 1'til Ity Village, reported the loss of a tropical jacket from the Progressive Club. Rouen Village Help The Boys' Club Says Police Appeal Tilt' PI HJC1 %  rith the erection ol a nui^\ Square calling for support |<| U* which is disuttached to the Trail Thi.s is but one pha the Police are making to ytt the club fui m possible It may be launched early next month SIR ALLAN GRAN TS PETITIONS IN the COOTl of O tcrdi.v His Honour 1 Sir Allan Collymore, granted the pal Irene Goodridge of Bank Hall Mad, St Mich.id. tc of in i late husband, A %  %  Mr E K Wall : K etrurted bj Mi u V lbs arm ot Cai tpB) BTCd for the pSttUoUSI Also panted > Charles Chri-lopnoi JackmanS. St Michael la lb sstats ^i?h ail] sai i father Allan Al.l 9 Jackman's. The will was admitted to probate on May 26. 1950. namrassntlns. lbs I Mr. D ll L VTai by Mr It. S. Nkfaotll Hi.'i %  [., i ,. %  -. bate the late of St Michael, fephus Austin cieophus Brathwalb St. George; 1 j B r st. i HiHonour sealing of Probate of Ihc erlH ol Kiel.-i,, Ri ff %  Hastings Hob I foniiei ly f V. B.C. who died England. The arlll m pn v .: %  High < Application fi i re-sealing ,%.i made by ft Sugar Factory Runs Operating Theatre IMPORTS YESTERDAY AN ample supply of Portland cement arrived in the island yesterday from Liverpool by the S.S. Tactician Foodstuffs such as mixed vegetables, tinned vegetables and sauce, oatmeal, spaghetti. soup_> polled meat pastes, cod roe. blrcuils and OVSltlnS were discharged In moderate quantities by the esses) The Tarlicion also brought supi f hlakey snd dry gin Over 0O bags of copra and 3.1 drums of edible oil arrived from st Vincent yesterday bj the •*queen. The BWqnivn took 24 days* %  ailing from St. Vincent here, during which time it encountered rough weather. Captain King told the "Advocate'' thai h 'ell continuously and Wind blen heavily during the trip. The rSSSel is expected to lOOVt port on its return vovage to St Vincent on Monday. HASSETKKKE. June 23 The BaeBBtarre I is building up lb to include opera'.. IPPOI CUV Itti Owing to the overcrowding ol %  he Cm A. W. Lake successfully pei liinneil a major operat:u acute appeneucitia upon Wentworth Funks, a FSC nt the Factory Fust AN on Thursday. '1 : operation ever to lv p" at the centre. Tnli • %  %  loom nottgh for three apart Irom the nurses' quarte**! Two more opentlrna iH i" perfurineti 00 Thur* f.iv 22. In addition to the Plrsl W Centre there is a Social Welfare Centre and Club opSSkSd onl th ago. Tin-. Welfare <' is equipped with | lavatories, hoi and oold watai baths, the very be* lory workers twi %  lO the ch. i HI plav 11 sort* of indoor or outdoor gamea and buj reft %  oaeap rate, awers Thuisdaj evening einemu shows are held at the Welfare Centre Largest Ifospital in It.WJ. FOR UJC.WJ. K1NC.S1 Preliminary work has b*-en started by the Water < on the construction of s new reservoir which will lupply watei the University CoUege ol lha West h. Site of the reservoir I mile and a half aboes the northern end of the lh %  %  i %  in the moanflmi Svi hundn %  ffortanen are burrowii roundal blocks for the lai %  the llritish We.t Inin basoning hospital of the 1 it. colfi sa By Deo BacUlttei ind w:it.> %  %  -'"ii bedi will be ready. Thla mi while the hospital take 500 Uxis ami whllS such as X-Haj i departments, etc.. will be large enough for a N shortage of fundl down ward blocks to tal 200 be-U for the time i The Hospital ism (north) end ..f Moiia I aetlmated at ta but when eauipped II %  of the hospital should b) $3.650.0(H). The original plan for a 500 be.i hospital had b. lpared becau*r rocketing building ebai i hleh greatly bh rsassd estlmntes. Dr. AH manSurreys Livestock 1 | n.itht at B ..clock : stage a concert at the '-.idquarters on the Barraek Square in support of the loo. and on this occasion there will be an illuminated notice Tike lha 0SM In the Square, i lo the pound Ottaara %  time at suitable sltesTbe Commissioner of p thai there %  SMM from the publu abaea the raU went out RM ii-lp lot the club i %  number of & '. % %  I and a number %  %  :.. h B luh A %  ii.:i t fron vsrl%  nier. %  : verj helpful Of Club .vi!l Ixto the boy and how Instruments! ll will %  1 I od along the right lines, (hay would be only lOO willinp to offer then s up port" The building which will house being re-painted va ma the resjaga ho will occupy it. re looking forward to the day," said the commissioner. olul will be launched m other parta of the %  %  Kt would be %  %  Coi irUaeioner I anml the Imv to teg.ird ; and no) n "ben he ratnei than run from him the proIght'a conre i a] and light music with soloist., baritone songs by Wood, the Hand's male -.etch ''Heard ut an bv members of the YMI'C; a Oymnasdo DispUp with Pyramid Formation a grand Musical the 135th %  Hattle of HI which the famous the Iluke of Wellington With h Inn and yams hke a deep soil and an i grown in land tilled i' %  luipment Is kftCh bigger than yamj %  lied >oii. I T dlfbrd abe said that •oethod of contour irrl_ nm decidedly better than the previouau used methods as ii previ nts more of the sod from U-ing washed away. The. ..rind... Advornle Cci KINGSTON, June lit n Jamaica to CM Of the livestock industry of the Csribl>can Commission i Dr. Bichard T A the United Nan. Agricultural OrganlsatHM H< nved here on llonda) from i' Sold Without Ueenoes ^2 \ ...-, u| Mr C 1 D Walwyn, City Police was yesterdai Honours of the Assist %  Appeal, Mi G i. Taylor and i ii A Vaughan, Then. Honed a < Bee brought by igamsl Florence Burke M. i Hill al.e) rum on M..6 without i ivmg a lioance Mi Walwvt l aM.n] %  i, II Adamrepresented %  ll Mr W W Keen ;h.it they Burk ;hat she kept a club an i id. man tation for the mm of f.5 yeaterdav Worship Mr. B. Griffith m guilty of steahng a i i from Shell Petroleum lune 20. area valued at Olbh waa aeaa by %  > %  %  %  i riven Ii to him the policeman Insisted Ii take him to %  see ban the can nt gasoline. Gibbs got panicky. at the Cost of tl %  %  Assoc. May Build Weather Station nih VEATHD affl • ta JUSt • topic of will be something tl will take a greater intei. get a better knowledge of. it the rare' Asaoiation arc achk n *bnh held it l 1 has for Chairman Mr C C SW > .>f Agriculture \ let Chairman is Mi I ie Mi C ali i tin; II Is pi i pared to co-operate on .; %  bating to i A %  lh< distill h.iiiccIts objt i %  mote the %  hangs of knowledge indmdualh acquired by members the Irculst I nation ol Ihei %  organi%  %  %  %  and maintaining or bv with the equlpmeni and malntenicc of ^ meteorological The aaaodanon ami il encourage the general public of the island to take . wider Interest in. and to acquire a erealer knowlwsather eondltlona Hai hados, bj HURRlCWt: TALKS IN MARTINIQl / ^ % % %  Ps rOHT DE FRANCE, June M Pierre Trouilk afartinlque, I the rnggfl in tii k rn Caribbean, and of oil si mat> %  i I'M aidem Commraalon i\ ol the kiternati n 1Ui rnee-tfaigj, %  nonaored by the i misaton, which Is j ; servitvs. :> in, >„ %  od to be 11 Id in the leaf in Cai The Oral conterence t"'k place m Barbs 1 i-ar. In his OD.: \i %  recalled that a' N)ue era %  %  mounttni i„,ih. It i> indeed i lassura, ha Preach Qovei unani ... 1 %  Tenth M. | aatf, i can only %  ..<% %  thai i BD ,:H .itiv honoured to .II the m. itatlon ol i>i dsTfer,1 'JMJST IHitit / 00| \ IRISH s||||-Mr\T Of -PI (UNA POI LTIU CIHiWS Qst a*eae >uppi> ;rum %  II J\--iN JON1S A HI. l.TII %  I)i.lril)ut4*r<. "a% %  %  %  %  organised lacturi | linn .if •iiitahla il'* Her BBMUSJ M Tl Hills, %  ,lUng of thi i of meteorologs. "France can claim bar share ir %  lopmsnl The for rology Ihelude uVi i ner, the BSWMMHUer, who w.i%  thod and rosogleaj charts, country, th. erature and co-operating with such aodetlsi ... may u most suitable in the display • I photographic, dlagjramattc and other authentic lecords w7eathsi records uiii u%  <.iected, prepared and furnished City Gutters Are Still Dirty A CASUAL inspection nf the guttei i in tb ... after the rain fell, ahowed thai there were ^ull btta of paper, banana and mangp slUna snd othei '' gauisatlon %  muddy itresuns ol watei arhich bile there was a i lea ii the other Miiiii spue of the beavj shown hich fell yesterday, the gutieir i and around Milk Market srere BUod arlth heap htavea, blbi -if rottsn trull and and were < %  !; %  in ph i %  led Ii OD i m 'ions b. various klnda of dofarai which the psaaage of the water Tl • %  KUtteiK ,.. %  .,.: Sir 1*1 pre anted a bettai ero washed by the large Btreana of water which had ckly collected while fell. Those m the neighbouring alleys were still dirty, for a large heap of mango skins was blocking the passage of the water in .me lley. while in another several small heaps of fruit A 'Vebstei %  li. |M.nl i Mi W W Reese! K.C., appear ed for the petitioner, instructed i ens Catford & c. your work Administr.it. alf, have spent I anguish < xparta pllrtlng the path of i hurricane through I he Ca cannot fail to ancoun work HI ever} wej I ii h one ol u requln id IHUIH I I ,! %  afhCsenl leal network." Mr Marx, repn nmtaUvi I HO International Meteorological organisation, lie i i [rot Di Roi President .-f Regtoo i\ ol On In'.ei nali..i;., '. i i.anlsatlon. who. ow-iiit t.. pi.. > %  t arork, attend lh* \. his mess... International Msti on feel thai much been aocornoUshed suoa the ceting in Barb* : i am Miie that Improves.iienu • iiii i,i ooma from Ua endatlona ol thai Brat meeting. i hope thai the Breather of the .... i s possible Without U] Ii.il.oice ..t NgtUn %  hi, D %  delightful i ii i en re hurricane mi %  Mm*' prspi leas to do m any scri h iractertaei %  ids the working thereto* orried about the oub m .I'. %  de France, and i fuarai III It.nh.id.. 1 .., ,i Ital In j .. qui tkm "' 'be covdlnatlon of Ihe hurri BJJ eat h ngth. and Bvera A the recommei relating U tbh q |e then IYAW Bit! •di. howBW point %  • I %  ants I %  ,„,,., M.UI ocoupj our allenIhree days allotUMJ t" I is msetlng Mr. Lawience W Cramer. Carl % %  •' % %  i i b to %  -i i Nl1 p cct.il itc* ipl your Oovi Martinique .. %  i ffectl %  ii %  %  t Btn "g in fact that portant banefli U %  %  jven I'* ...... .. %  , %  %  i i %  %  event ot Tlie Commission i an agency linking tosjther the work Of UIS various cai •""I %  %  %  i '" 1 .. %  %  ndsriss win tmiK' 7 DA YS TO RAISE •POTICK" anothsr an left (or the salv.oiui,; T.itick". .,. iieni made I" %  ... .-, %  be muse limn the C.mt. end ut M Bslvaglng li an i A n ca nec aaaattfa owner and. up b trials have been made during thu month. Judging from the masts, thi I'.dukhas leaned more to Hi Starboard side and has gone a I. A more ichi into the Id They Did Not Stop: 10HERBERT LAYNI ., puatmuu "i the )v>, st Michael end John YsorwDod nf Qoodland wen both Bned in end i costs to i 111 when the) .i| t before His v. Mr. H. n charged will railing lo BtOO at maim 1.1'in'-; offence was committed on May B and rearwood'a on Maj IK 1 It] t i'.'. %  i ing M. in, m i M—0333 when his Offence Was tted lie never atspped : Into Eagle Hall from Mbirk Rock Road S. American linys Ascot \\ inner Ll IND) )N Jun An unidentified Soutl i has bought the Dnchaaa of Norfolk's 9-year-old coll Qerrick," wlnnei "f the Qusen UUM SI .... I I %  %  (S) he l %  ni the be i nor* i i> .\. i. ri:. {MM. ha a price paid In dollar "Qan li K h bj %  dham* 1 oul of "Hi i %  %  He ha '..it.1 and li.i only i %  Ut Of the lint three Keir r Spoon Shoot PHI B lo Rifle I %  ..t el lha %  If tb %  • is Ume than will be i ... %  %  \ %  i %  lit %  (ri.lv ONE bicycle in iIn' world an lies this mark of perfection Tb* Humbcr irlc.narh J Is ywui B— nm 11


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PACE SIX HAKIIAIMIS AUVOCATi: MTHKIIU J( MStt, ISM HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY -MDIE BY CHIC YOUNG AT H&*T WHEN ITS TME *0 GO TO BCD 'M NOT SLGEPV BUT WHEN ITS "IM6 TO G6T UP I CANT OPEN MV EVES < M GOING TO STAY MOVE C^OW i THE crtce Topi.v >-. AND SLEEP — THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER K. II. I'.IXXOX WITH WHISPER IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE 7 MAC! i T0 VOU NOT TO PnC**t M( yhil % %  IT K'At U*0*MT (J.if-' m' %  \J*"Of vrn • ti 7/ BRINGING UP FATHtR BY GEORGE MC.MANUC CUPOv-PLE-f* OCMT ) IWXE THAT Hoaer> cir Pa?Esj TVC M'XKie-•>CU KNOW it CiVEt* we A HEApACWS f =*-> y? ft THE aUTOOff MA9 BEEN MERE TWCE COO MS WOMEIV' ... ,,\* hk' VAv* I 4>j R T f*V HH MST.L NQT DSL"*VC AMV MORE iS-AND— f :•• %  T LPOUT ]** %  *_-t"I Of TV*A'( MAS MO** : roue ••' HOME NOT TO srr Li RIP KIRBY Kcmcmbc* this label I IT IS ONLY PLACED ON GOODS OF RUT QUALITY •4I ways ask for MORTON STRONG PEPPERMINT LOZENGES \.S. BRYDEN & SONS AGENTS. LID. How to Banish RHEUMATIC PAIN fiSK .. oJ by wfa J n (h. W. Pm ahaJd be reaMted by *• baV;> When bidne)! fail, small atala led,, HI II* purii *nd Ul-trx It. ntwUa ,.„,..-.< I.UMI-I i.iti. ^...rilaV Int. b, dartwi m f AMMII kw after taka*. IMd. Kidney PUU ara Maeaff the kidci*.• to drain awif N(M %  rKU And pouaii Iran the bleed twit* u quicUi u l-ioiiPun reiHO thai a^iiMf etea> ul health *rnt feel m'l jiMff. %  nasal MI th. ruum IMd. ICiaWtPgU %  I raw eVaa ater* lo-dej. in (he |b blual feAa -iil> (he red bands. Only ; lac Urae Wtle al 40 pJU. %  ) fll ;-%  -'-'-'.'*--,--*,--'.*.-.*-*,*-*,*,**v-. ^ HAVE YOU GOT A !• I COLD or COUGH I IF SO TRY BROWNE'S 5 CERTAIN COUGH I CUBE rnl Couaha. S re Tl.ri.at. 5 I WITHIN A waste AT T- AAOTT. SIR...IF TNaVM S ANY OSi-AV. X SMALL NOTIFY'VOU PROMPTLV. BY A LEX RA YMOND AND Ml WOWSN' BVSKTI TILu VI AHEQI HE V WAS ISOINQ! 't .. THE PHA,\:.)M BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES ENcoue*6£D ey THE PvSM/ee, AHP WIN THE TURCATOr SPEMMFAIW MAKEfiATIIISBAC*'* NEW ARRIVAL LADIES' NYLON SWIM SUITS AND TWO PIECE COTTON SWIM SUITS Hi:OAIIW.\t MllESK SOUP. c§^ 1.1 \rm I SOAPS MTWmlAL LKAITUa • • LLNMVN SUMKJM • • -I I t nuiiilii • %  sBs&y VOU an'i be NtHy in unless you're cku Antfi. Not only Uoc% Andrcwi provide i liuy rcfn>hing drink, ii takes good care Of /it. r ( .7. .j.Jiwit too Andrews doe> In hlth-j;iviinj work in four ai.i|vv It cleans the mouth, settle, the stonuch, tones up the liver, and tinally, gently clear, the bowel*. Remember your Andrew-, when vou wake in the morning. Abo, ai any ume during the day, just take one teaspoonftil in a class of cold water to make a cooling, refrcthing drink. ANDREWS UVERSAIT 'JTHE^IDEAL FORM OF'IAXATI^TS* C CARLTON BROWNE ;; Wholesale IteUll Irul*t ^ l^'S. Rurhutk St. Dial 2*13 >J LOOK OUT FOR COLDS! GARGLE > U/cit/ jam *W* mot mt.M the dry, raipi. .1H.. Sl.MJnR to HMMl Feel a wnmliin in pour throat? old coming cm' Cirglc UattcflM '.'iiiscptic immcdiiirly. DotBf M M] ud frtquendr mar kct|> 4 cold Irom KCIILDK scrioui or help ward it off. Lixi-iiiuAadNStlfl rc-achv* way back on your ilmui nffaCM^tUlfl million of Kcrmi. |0|H the liftl tigs ol ."Id. xargli l.iMeiuir and keep ii up —it may tAte you a IIA*(>. cipentiic siege! USTERINE 4nt; iep tic (^jWeerirfd ufimfr /iff fitters ty/ifo/ifo o$ dtAerimiiiatwii -/fietoof}, attfttc/aH-{/'(H/iitimS of ATKINSONS J %  %  WO MMD ITHKI. LOkOM, IHCUND



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MTlRim .11 M M ,,-,„ CLASSIFIED ADS. BARBADOS ADVWATi: I'M.I SEVEN t, k*sl M BBB. M H.I DIED %  %  THANKS i ik i altendeJ ihr (.mil t. Olloi, —II' wreath., flow*!-*. rarU. nl in any othei % %  > <- H.i4f Apply Chiton Tarr-r*. Upper Bay strati. ToSssswe moi M -4n tyres al special ceoh i M >l 11 > at 1 at MM M* x K al Enquire Auto Tvre ComWANTED HELP IMMEDIATELY Lady lor OnVe Mint have iDkOWltdM ..'I hand and Tvpma AH api>i. ed a" rtinRtlrntial AD|IIV in writing to T M H. WIIRInann. ChajTOPW. CT ataaa. Qaraar. Lid %  u %  N %  . | MI | . ,, %  In trf ii—d rar va All applir %  Aoplr t i ii II Wilkin^in, C't nan. Chel B Ltd %  i .... ii "WANTED, by ii.f BarbM CommuterL.srtv Asn.tanl to l.-iMo r IUMI B A 90-4n MISCELLANEOUS i I-OH HIM HOUSES tl ^T r\4b f i>m •MI %  Iraw T-trafonf Hall MM %  • i %  im.iii .mv Coart Mo. a vaiU I ..... at n m \ ^r%ant Tl Bl -14%  *aa tu-hiiM To ^tatrliNH '•*•< -lr On th. !l • SO If p MTLROST VIIj^ JTolrjmora Mack upnairtL 4 Bcdrontu.. Totln ad Rath Domtalra Draoini and Dmuif. Roorr-. I %  > ->• It.av K.L. i,.-.. Qaaj tfaaan ah. Ctoaad QaUary. Gar.tr (or Can, Scrv.ni Rooma ale Modern Ctmvrawncri. Dial EDO %  | H .-, i MMTH^IIM \(IIK1, MM. S KOP IBtatMU Coaat •I Aumirt. SCTVJIII-, h-tabwr. (uUy (UlnUntd .I'MII.H SALES %  : Mrdical Officer, Geneml goiplUl Barbadot. AppUcaluinn „re U avnl pusts it Medical OflVet, Grntral Hospital. DaTb.idos Applicants muM be r*fl %  Mk r• .•MlllHt-ll S.-.I.II'Alll i..pi %  %  .. %  ( n ,,.-i iv. %  Ren'-' ttJ bul until id nvnllat'li w ill be PagB tt Ml PosaaiM. nut rxcet-tlinB JMO esch way. of officer arnt lamilv payable on appointment and on rxpiration of fontiaci ir K.nerjl ud IB UMlr performaiu. MM Mt U*nl Offlif *hul) id undtl itnmtKliatr supervision and rnntiol ol BJfh c Oftlcet!. .iMvdital SiiM'nnU'mhtit. %  rNdaUsi SufBBH n.i.'i'.ii.t' pi ... I A,'pli.,i'.i<>iis accompanied b> two truiinninuiu -IK.,I. iBBtQWB. Barbados, and should be aubBOt later than the 31st of July. 1950 24 6 50—Si. UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER . DM a, to. Lid. to -all bj puhtit *'"''"" at in. .. ihr Un,.: Wliait .01 Tlvir-d.. I . HID p.in .. oa from lha p railed thr Nina. hich Ta*iinoi!ihrT>. a> MJ* buebata, n „r v bait.. I roil ajtra, I compaaa. ft bk-* -"apt. I aau 1 Mon.. 4 aauirpa... M blankru %  Art r.l .. 1 lam.' .'. %  M pillo*.. rollrction o( h.u.-h.M ,| H .... %  I roll Irallnr. i.. T ptarea 1 pl% i REAL ESTATt Vacant poit of Medical %  uptnntendent. Qenet;.! HoapiUl Barbadoa. A\pp I BVltad mr the post of Medical SII|M*I intciuier rafafpttal, BartiBdai Afplkaoii tbouVd te male m medical PTaWWtalHnTI With > p atMnc€ IB Hospital administtation. Tti post Is DO) B, on conlrtict fcr three jrvaiat rrnewalle Sa ary will ba at rate of $ft.760 pei anaura Prhrata practice not alknM ii* fuimshcil rBtartan ate pEM M I Pasa-i. Kdla| StfrMI each way. ol officer and lamil> %  a|i|Mnniiiipnt ami on expiration of contract The Medu ii SuiieriiHuHten! shall act nndci the getirral suparintcndciu-c .uitl dlraattoB ad ll"D(r*a%M Q| Mc-dlcal Services, and shall bo rcni>oiiMi>ir fniirrtly fr the njparirUBon and maBBa^WMMal of Ifc* Hospital, shall perform nuch other departmental duties as may b. I'riuii UJM to tun Appln. Himaccompanied by two testimonials should be addressee to the Colonial Sevictary. BridKetown. Barbados, and should i>c stibutttad not later than the lift of July. 1M1 24.8 50 3n AI Hi-inr> Thr usht plan lr bulna- ami ralnna paBcfu Prlea attrarGRETNA r.NfWJ anw(M it Maaan -tandini on 1.190 aquara (aal ii land The building root hUl and Dlnina ro.-.. i., 1-antrv Kitrhrn. Ik.ll. i.otallrd FV (,,nl„ In I and VtORTHINO 'NEAR fAfEARWh %  I" I. I IHIIM Ill ft. II Modrn lull, rurnl.h.-l ,i %'iila aatatr ttar-din* In rt *all kapt i baMlawa brarh Th* houaa mnlalna larrr It lit. Iiuj room, two badroomi to whit-h ..Ira brdiiMn ran ba addfd If aV-n., Tllad baAbroom with tub bath abowar tbol ind raM **W" and h„ li, hnan niabxia. tllad kllahan rl built In -tone cupboard Bid new l"n|. %  ombtnad rafrlcarator and deep fri Ira-e aaaaj verandah, all itael wlndo. with hooda. start Prenrh doom. Ian ..r and aavanla' n .. ,1 .. ..... ; .., u taairful t miuied. U M bed* have both dm< %  I.. iid Dunloplllo matlrraaei. aM I ...i.-.i I.I..aoon Obi .. %  %  %  raaa-lawna. Irapleal Sownini: ahru Mi Nowr** tocether wilh I all orrhard wllh I nul (ii I bMb w.rr.,na.h et.cloaed K. I.blo garden and tool the I. ...... pad Vacant post of Specialist Physician General Hospital Barbados. Application* tra uavltad in itaa part ol Bpoctallal l'hvsician, Hospital, ll.ii tiado* Applnants atVDuld IK* I. IIH-IIIC.I1 prasajUoBara; poat-traduata boaplta] • M-nni.c aaaotlal Tin noa-panaloBabla, on oootrad NM thra< "..i\ icnewable Sal.ii v will | -i+.KOH \ 4U0 fl.240 pet annum, plus half fee tea private patianl oara within th.HeasttaJ ami hall eooasiMalaoa Ml .MILUI ..r-.1 enHhaM UM lloapilul. otherwise private practice Is not allowed. Position In scale determined bv experience .md quaUnCaUoV Hent-dee fkiiniaheil nii.irlei will be i>rovnleable Passagi^. not exceeding MflO each way. al nibni end n appointment and on expiratn n ol ronlracl The Specialist Physician -lt;ill IH* responsible for the publli nuilie.il service of 'he In-titutuai, shall perform inch other departHH'iit.il duties Bl MI, iv he i'-|iiii.f JuU. 1850. 24 f 50—3n an %  WHAM l .^l llll I s-t ... it.aidlns on I ..ere 3 rMSl Tha dwalllnfhouaa contalna vwrund-li .Ir.wlng and dlnina; num.. hedroorfta ll with ninnlna smbsrl, OaUi r.nvrnlanraa. bu"-r\. i %  Utrhen. BlectrtcHr, water I hone InaUltad In tha> yard thara ara mvnt toomt. Faraie etr and lha arSMMt [awn and |udi< tnapaeUon by appoluimrn wllh Ihr Ownar, Mrs D L Johnaon Dial BOS Thr ibovc pro party rUl be art tip lor NM cropaMtlon a: our nm, ti-. 1 r ilietown. on Friday jmt. Juna Instant .it 1 p m m sai are fee Bl i a U ..! %  Mi • ley Ih %  al I Road A;.: IIAlli \ A • nMass — D .i sr*a ONE ia by B h I,.. ..." ... Small property at SI. Slaptian'i Road .1 COMHUM M T.000 >qo..e leal M land and houae which has gallery. diawim and dlnlns moan, kllchrn. water and llahl. C>. wretr va>d h>| s-i-sr rilir £SH. Asata •KARCY A SCOTT %  Hal 1TIS. 21 i. H li. Wall rt.ii NOTICK. The following aeeouitta In the llarharlo*. llovernnirnt Savings Bank not having had any transaction for over ten >< W i\. ii th .' i. teas claims are established on at before the 30th day oi June. 1950, thaaa accourrti will i* dealt wUh as raautrad by section 2of the Saving* Bank Act, 1H14 < 1914-3) Adams. Etnily Irujtce for A. F Adams I 3d 11 pbllui ... Tfl.81 stunucl A. .... It* 41 i Rec JacKmen va Knight 3,i8. n r.ushell. Aletha trustee tot I C Mushell 1,184 8a rraapli RicbArd li istai fra I ii..st.nici si::.in. i %  rrodarl k M< D Small. Sendtford T Smith. Evelina j Iou ,,. %  %  tot John I'aui.-. Thornt-i fCs" JOSH M Thornton Kmest trustee for Sylvia Eleanor Turton VValcott, Gilbert (or Ul %  • W .•erir.an J A lt()HF.ItTS. Manager 31 |l W SHIPPING NOTICES II. S l.l .! | ,IB | | ,| , ,, i i*s i IM itu M t s / tain S CITY ilF BtJ Vdalaide May ISth Melbourrt J.i %  > | at Ttinmad about July II SS r.riT WU.L.INGTON '•U| AHStarl naiOhtne %  -i Juli N v MaM aii, Sepiamher. %  . i aajanaag lilanda. ona, rniY a. co LTD,, Aaania, Trasidad DA COSTA A CO LTD A-anu. Barbatlo. i W Mcocu StuwfuJdpCo. 9M II fi I.IWH 8 78 20 8i 1 92 8b 1.87M || M a, 294 12 13 28 IM pfl %  %  7 83 10 09 1.754 40 14 311 H llll 4rt iv %  MIU %*rt %  • s MR AI.ON7A %  •ale Road M Hi NOTICE GASHIN ..( Maiieai Pa. DHOn rau %  rbjoa to r-celve or aorrat any mania* paid for the rant of "Betraal". Ftatasa Road Any paraai who Hava paid any renl In advance, or who ara danirou*. of n-Minj Ra*iaal are ieM"ealrd wne> M • M n SAINT VINCENT WBEKI.V AIT; SERVICE Now mahaa po. holldaya. Under one manaaemen* RATIIO MIU. TOWER HOTEL St. Vincent and BUNNY CARinnrj: on-th-aoa Baquia Island oftrra Ml lhat can ba daairad Beaut I(ul •ranary. aaa.batftlnd. S^iln. excel. i.i.t rulaine* and ban RATE* M Is E! B W I pee day Eor furtner d.tall. and raaarvatlona ERROL G ROOKS. 'IT ll Giarcoe I i i .MII in %  >* : ird of an %  < I ...i. iH al I luMN M ll. tDON AFS. laal Eilale Aa. . fa lM I %  l i"osi OFFIM: MHMI. %  racilllien. Upper St Liwrencr RoaV TM I' V| po] ., si uon hM iH-^ii bwtalM "'. % %  " ir p, Hla> I] HO I Tl;. Il.. x.li P OttM, I 74. 5 WINDY HltMlK at >' van alirMtlvaQ %  IM"HU> na. a laiae bed'o.... baiint verandah ,...,. I i,..lei. Thara are I i.ndai aana. and U>< i ill laid iwi wllh lawn. 1 Vt 4% IOIMI I ."Wd anal P>'%  l'IHSO\t' i %  an. debt or dabl %  LLOYO K J. FOUND Barbados Youth Movement % %  Bs help "• ti 'i LARKI II GRANT. %  %  L10U0R LICENSE NOTICE inyoii a SKMOV4L Chnsi Chuntb. a .-. ..i IB'-I BS kag farmer Thorpe in mparl of a boaf ai.'l .Mruiled .hop wtUl -I"! I—>r atta.n> lOBM ai Klnsiland Corn* rrh, wilhln DWn. I n k boardi and aalvaniaod shop i. i ci viinin U tm I Dated • la %  .' .: %  %  U Dtal B %  N a %  TI. %  %  IT PAYS TO ADVFRTISl "Will M.IK M.'O.V >^ %  %  N W •iSISANS ass.MS M loan OIVMI ••a. An. "i KI'OUMtMfOl TH UtSP .. N OF nun* mmmMtsn iu\ms Till': < IM IIAI I HPOHI1 M l**-/'.'.'-*.---.-----,.::u:::'*:;:-s.;',-.. %  ,.-..::B W I fjghji Aiaoela|n •IB*.'. &f MansssW*. BJ No a„ BR£NDA*S BEAUTY SALON N-.u HtuiiUNa si On %  ** will re-open b tVtfchsMl i Mi aUr) June M, umi *i \ i' nru uWiieMhip. N t.HKs t•ii, J: N OT ICE MlBlllll.'l Ml It'H IT AN A STEAMER'' Thaaa -,..o i^,,, (lll MM 79lh JUM UM Barbndai JM llth J %  i %  %  Uarbadaa %  BM BhM July th and SI lj. )rK ind St I iwrrnrr Rival md SI Lawranca Rivei SJS"T* '" % %  "' Canadian SaryMa HUM lTD-.w York and Gull Memca. HARRISON LINE ouTWAnn nioM Tin. UNITCD KINGDOM v ""l PMai Una IS PLANTER' S.8. "LOKIJ CHURCH i.S % %  •.TI.ANT1AN SS. "COM I Sw flnrbado, IHh .lun.. 30lh Jun.. Loado. I7lh Junv End Junv l-'ia.iges to Dublin pal M.V 'Hl'Al.t neal NUllna froni l< la being imunl |.. ml in iirsuliallon* VK Barbados i. us Co., UD. I !iri.\ii;ui Nrienci \ iieailJiijj HIKIIII t II I! M N II lip and Down your House II Aoney Saving Way Wl ELDOII. BOWEN A I I Broad Siraati Hourt: 10 a.m.—2 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays .0 s.rn.—18 o'clockSaturdays. Ike ttiiiia < lha Clulatian Scianos fatal booh. k. •rlrara aid Heailh %  ,. Hi, •• I lb. a..>.... ft, .MO li.-.i W SPIU .,,., *, ,pe4. bonvwe.1 or purcUiuied I Vi .HUM Are Welcome I I tXTERMINATHIN OF RATS & MHE 1 DM i;..' r'i.tciiiiiii.itioii Comn iral Society pi coUsibxalton with theQeuarnnent UIHCH nee sad Agrh ultuve ii again ooBjductlnt %  eampaisn iu de iroj Rah ith baits which ..!. %  basiuj i tl CO.D *; urtH of tlisease, x In.mess houses AI\ hi alb ^> < xtrrmimiting these |e>l'> v ha balti ire f Bteel Shed, queeti Parh ba4 aai I ie hours of I a.r I 4 p>i IMaaaa bring; your own e^ateiiBB I \I;I;H I I II i. \I. :,(H 'i IN I I V I'ETl KIN gn ,*; FOB \\\\m DAYS USE OUR HEAVY DUTY WATERPROOF BOOTS $4.85 Per Pair it 1 t 1 [III. I1RITISM BAIA MKH. CO,. LTD. FOR SALE al Constant Plantation I M Kaej gtfg aovaea d arith galvanlB t laoo 28 ft span by l|, || h mK %  l> M MMl-SON St CO. %  M.l. llll UOKK-s III r I V8 i;Arn .I. \I|M -li;bV IssfMrftl 4 and j strsp IOBMfON*a HIHiMUt A IIAKim Wtl 4ll*f\ 4 CK


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"> i I ii r il • > June -1 I I r, O Barb-aims luuwate Prirr: s 1'IVi: I. M T Vr.r .... CUBA WANTS SUGAR PRICES SET Grootn iSanted For Margaret PALACE: "NO COMMENT* i ONDON, Hm 2:L r\ESPITG dodab b) ih.tt-yeu Id s t itih Kail ofl I>:llkti!)i hmisell. riimoiiis H ltTMgf her. tO d ) lli.il Inwe till! In-cumc hetmih.tl i nicest M.u .. it.. >n her tucnticth birth lac lUlhtirn-liairtil fll r—iMIlllj HH in tag) i"i:i|Kin\ of ihe Kini;\ tlaug hli-l—ilxl nll UM island of Tobago captain Irnmedlab the Trinidad Shipping i %  %  %  %  i 0 Ml port slightly an .i run S-Vt-r;i %  i'l %  wf I i-, lie'ph's* in their predicament The '' "' ni morning from Monti.'... ri the North torn of cargo. %  OUl that 1 i i also been pi' %  down lth "no com-1 %  %  .... •" %  I ban* of the wealthy Scots Duke ol ( '.. r | ATTEMPT o\ TITOS LIFE? MILAN. JUa The "Magician of Naples 1 and Italy's best known fortmio taUei A.hipjie de Anurio. hat foretold .in attempt on the life of Marshal Tito. Yugoslav Chief ofl The attempt will b members of hi s own magician stated —Reuter. J\ew Methods For Czechosiomkiti pRAOtn Chechoslovakia Ii I om and if ingdel III 9 A k*t UMt, %  ccordtna Mlnial Cepieka, nl in the Communitude tnm %  H %  The People! A i" pratael .Hack m building |B Hi Ung M.\KT !* %  some dating back i" \ i %  i UM Soviel i penmen! -Reulcr. MORE JAP AGENCIES TOKYO. June £ The now papa) seksi KrU^i l Win Id I %  Japan wot more o\ *eas Covert. IIH til %  %  i %  S.i. i M-IS Reuter. "Not Rum— But Whiskey" Says Counsel i PORT-O,' s-l'M.:, |g a strone : i I will I .'. I t Ml %  %  %  Ut Appeal %  ,. son before"*. If i opened by saving "afg ribci ons lo the Court will be "hat the decision of ihe learned ;-ia' )i ige will not h.> disturbed beeauee tight and i l ll i matrimonial dlffarapcei between the McCar* thye beg.m sometime i'fore 1944 !i %  tar Mi Hi Car•i \ deckled to leave Jamaica and ldad while his wlfi dai ldad to atek employment in the United Klngd 'emaica later on [fe 'n her i tain position with Uee Bown Ii the evidence i I %  . ued ii % %  i U |t was his which inpetitioned 1 Wl irton repUed that after this Mined and says In his thai ho had been legally *hat be had a good case fur (I vorce tether had -i great love for his daughter-and refused to al'ow servant' of tti empsogred io deal with her. Ttit eJlagiUon, he wild, bj the I that lived h phi iof rum was wholly untrue. Iieenuse it was fact .in reBpondenl only drank n ended Ml arguments "Leare the ehiH I for It b %  i ind the 11 lid %  Tories Still Play Party Politics -SAYS MORRISON LONDON. June 23. Britain's Deputy prime lUnlata Herbert Morrison tonight, enarged i Winston Churchill's Conservativej | Hi playing party polities on th" { Sehumnn Plan, which was vital to Ihe future o( Burope -Din.more," be told •• i-ii"ii ( Party meeting, "our Conservatives! prefer parts poUtta lo %  responsibilily in dealing with Rica a vital matter, vital, all will Bjproa, to the future Of Europt* and beyond, 1 and vital to millions of our fellow countrymen. "Our Qot I liiveo serious and sineere coo aide ranon i> the Schuman proposals and ha*! maintained friendly relations with | France throughout the exchange of i views, although not willing to he, eommitted in advance of examln-• ation and discussion of the important principles put to us." I!,. LaMlllJ the Government %  would "come well out'' of next week's Parliamentary debate on, the Schuman Plan. He said "we have l>een. and will ( be reasonable In this very important Issue of policy e> on p*i* 3 IN TUM-*A1 I ire -ippealing foi nation today fSee StOTf OM Pagr 5. WEST INDIES DEFEAT SUSSEX BY INNINGS HOVE. June n. Rain which delayed the start made tho pitch helpful ;.. tpiD howlers kfter lunch tfld the West Indies gained an tnd I4;i runs victory over Stuawx here ri.i rtniggling coanty betsmeri fared ao badly aiun lunch %  Ritran the varied >pln ol Sonny FUmadhin, the Trinidad rightanri sto* 1 bowk r, and the oflbreaki ol (Jen*] t in 40 mlnutea the last six wtcketa feD tor n ""' s Ramadhln roncedad "•> more than 25 runs from IOS dalieartei I inning his '..i the match to eight for S5 Come*, howling to a well laid obtained foui (a nineteen In fifteen OVM Only John Lanfridje, who was two and a quartr i hi, IIIS before playing on to Cos, who during a gtay of H> minutes became the Aral Busses h.isrnan to complete one thuusaiid runs this season, showed real .ilallty In rope with Ihe turning ball Most of the othen i u I to their downfall b i u* strokei The diminutive Ramadhln i I to I Ii three wiekeis lv smart tumplnj bj :iKI.OII wtefcetlyde WaicoitL.K. Sends Letter To U.S. Senate WASHING row i ir ffman, Mai Administrator, toe to the Boasih Cornmltteo %  stttei from Britu Ambaasadoi Su OUvei Frank defenl Brll upon and drawi these vital relatioru Rurope tho cecnrnonwi the Atlantic communiu it i the aim of the Brttlari polk i I. in n .I-,, .ii || %  i relation* shipthai the) i" reinforce eaefa other and, i > theb %  omrslemenl BTJ b U I woricT i hi in Hiari Ooverni i I lobl a drawl ra voniioii undei • nit h i iBa> a I eatel uahad hi Parti follow (tenei.i! "In the work ol OKI eooperalod fully in the Intra-Eup I i ."I \ HIIH'lllArrangemenK ol the I.. | lv years, in connartton have given hirthei assist.on.< In in form oi civdiU b 11 ing countries. PRICES FORCED DOWN 1$\ LOWER RATES (O'riMii lll'i" Own I >'ir.'*| lll'llll LONDON. June (j;UBA HAS HO WISH to disrupt I 23 vll Indies lUgml industry either by iloodins world markets or by forcing the price down. These facts were pointed out to me to day in n exclusive inter view with the four man Cuban delegation at pres ent in London for International Suear Council discussions commencing on Monday. Cuba wants %  Ihe woi kl n K htch ahe coi eonaumi I pi I icara The di which will flu ii* world prlca al not la half Ai i la f.o.b (q Ell Iti par ilvalanl I ; I | _^___._—— —~— it Love Letter IIT.UK I \ Qei I ol III lerfertnsj with tl* hi train ror Hamburg He ihowi he had chalked Do you sllll low I 1 %  %  I SPORTS WINDOW inBvc-flhrm ROYAL ROMANCE? K?^alfloods In Brisbane t .1 > >1111 -•• 11 \\ ill .Not Plaj U WDON, %  U m despite his Inlurad Ihumb a practically cerlall to captain Uv Wl nD.cu.Kit. in ihe f* BHISHANE. June 2A |( y | lonlghl .e etutsing in motor lnuntt.es ; ,„, ( | ;ill) ,,,1,, .,. u ,,t tuthumb lion* flooded Lr)bane streets ^ag atlll %  .. I he wiu %  i iboul !'n cHlxei certaii after a cyclone struck the city.yeni htm from pi*>tns during the night, brlngh ... IU ,„,... had %  ii.-i .(l for 2 ings by : %  %  .1 m,i be made until the West tnd %  Lord's. Johnson "' '" I it Wale oil He knuckles on the left hand for which he La] traatmeni Victory by an innings 0OI Bu) sex has been a great fillip foi lb %  ll iheir tails down .,, i ent that on an 1 xcept that eapi M n^ht ealU*d ihe tentimetres of rainfall In 3 hours. Lighting and power failed, moored launches wore sunk, roofs torn from houses and man) people had to wade to safety through Iwaist-high water In suburban S Two constables swam ion metres ;to rescue an elderly woman who was standing in water up lo her irmpiti outside her eottaj i hull and wind ruined II crops allotment* Just I So far no loss of IB • I., tit| —Reuler. Hunt For Saboteur DEVON POUT s*ui i Secret atrvlce n %  illty police toda) led a ibob ere ol %  %  0UJ marine Tallp-Ho. The suspoctl | 1 try the Aomtralltj la night—was the thud ktvolvu | %  %  j It Is underst" that found In ihe oil system In III engine room of the which is undergoing ret I naval dc-ekyard of i.. that th %  %  —Keutrt Bu %  %  linn n nied 198 to avoid Hea*i ovei nlghl rain datayed ihe sun ovei anl I ed wicket was not %  < en covered ''. | em h and Th i apta %  n IS and lartad an hour later. alned f aj from prom* sing nut %  strong wind i nil out RamadbJi %  d 'om %  % • i -1 Plei %  fi Smith tun %  Ol i-owler*s i %  '.imely inekward short !• d and bad an a low return catch 10 Wot nil betine Onl* Ux runs came m so mi'.utii than Ptarre was hit for four, by both Thus lai not appear to gj iny spei-ini !ulp but after 19 mlnutl hall from Worrell again bowling up sharptruck Oak i the left O On I'm* M 13 Arrostwl In Belgium llltUSSEUS June2A Thirteen jieopie arreatad bare have bean i horsed %  th unptli .< i.on m ;t new %  Iii IMILIOI l.niil' ltOCJU and IHIIHI '..II tO IH brouahl b) imiit In Batalum MOO the Uberalion, b repercussions polni' said They i lead % %  '•>t the vaiue of the holdings mvoiveii in tinpneanl eaaa .1 tnUI of "tons of itillllcMIS of Balalan fraiK-s". iU'lci-in DOUoa are %  niitinulua their tnverttsatloni In Pi me aitt the peratlon of the Pnoeh ..nth. rltksi In rnedlatel-i after liberation all Belgians were required to declare theli holdlnaa of stock* and bonda, t'lidi-l.oiil l.hliuc v.. no longer negotiable Holdinfi oncornad In ihe present DJ to the pottei have bean nasotiated by .i %  %  given in respect of older hoods Iteul'i Builev, Hollies Out Of himl.tiiil Team iked %  I %  hi girl frl I %  eapeel iy of i mmuntcation ii. once with I llll' |l.l|. • Boater From RuHHiiin To CMnem LOW 1 %  i ire io i* lol ll> ou iln referi 1 i %  hi g lo a petlttoo, Hm it %  II other Pallurt %  ink %  "i lam %  t Libg ao iltarnatl^ %  world market lent wi 1 metal lot sugai workers, and il %  ..ut be laeukiti %  I %  II lorpiwu i i l M %  leni il t a hile %  %  ii mem %  leeward efvea hav. been taaini unils to pre: di in world prices. Thaj have not bean puttlna en world ipplying beer! unme%  ad carr> this bu>%  I toit.i I!.-lit. i %  I. COAL PLAN MEMBERS RETURNING HOME %  %  i I ONIH.N th Iron i %  gaalnsi '> % %  w' it.%  a %  straim I I A aeond < hai %  %  Holh.'s th. %  draw owmf to !, %  (I %  %  %  —Beater %  i %  %  %  %  Ion lotd KruU-r ,.,. %  — Scab r Hut i ,i noaonltely %  Ic'iU was laid pet thai reeaon we % %  i iii co* ope rale and Da ball have to iigbt 1 %  ( Ub HI i %  ai amounted to ; ,j ... i iba decided lo %  i i. la i - crop %  row, I MO gun could be .;. .Mrn.l could the pre* lou %  ,, milU a irlt) In i a> on pice '. PLAYERS Iln—iii Siihstunliul In Military Sbrength SAYS SHINWCU TORIES FIGHT AGAINST FINANCE BILL PRINCESS MAKOAKET leaving St. Margarets Westminster. ,ift t; liere of Miss PhilUpa Dunne. 19-year-old daughter of Capt Philip Dunne, a former < M'-mber t *'. -year-old former Cotdltl air. Christopher Bridge LONQOM J %  %  J-'...rehill's i I thai he and Clement Attiee n l*> and a quai %  ".. elling out \ dr. I hurchiii i which giver with a grateful III Attiee left the last April gather %  right to the i" I %  | %  .. ...... bn dlvtaloo of tbe /-nrr.r,lTi ioppOsi* iriK about LKtUtNI lALb Irength iieiwe*-n THF. HAGUE, June 21 dlvl divans The new Rrarilian M \t midnlghl %  "' ,ne Holland. Mr J de Souza Ln. %  ., barter, nlhers ..f the Exchequer Sir dod#> i c fli r attentive In their places in the ace— BesnVr. Jppov.. Chamber Baah T .—T I OPEKHAGBM Mr trnanui • %  s*. i %  %  tl %  %  ll %  %  . It K1 ..... %  ( Mi %  '• mall not he %  i.k lh: i :. k>iih None Hurl In Shooting Duel BUENOS AIR1 %  : niKbl wh| %  %  Arturo Pronauu i %  The c'Sarotte f o" discriminati ng folk — MANUFACTURED BY — liriiisli-Aiuerirait Itihano (o.. (Nil) Ltd.



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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SAT! RDAY,INEH 195" Ccmib galling S IR GEORGE SEEL. Ki M(! Head of Development and Welfare in the Wfl Indie, and i %  .-Chairman of the Canbtiai (' hr*l ye*M Its '.'ut UM Man'."' % %  i %  • I Mi w ll Courtenn) of BrUkh Hwiturw, Mr J Kenneth Thon,|.-oi.. Colonial Attache :ii UM Brftath Bmbaaiy %  w ...-!.melon ami Mr. P Hewltt-Myring. Public Relations Adviser to CD. Sir (leorge. Mr Courtanay and Mr Thompson ar<> three of the few members of the Rriluh 9fCiion of the Caribbean Commission* and wenyaalanlga ''''laaeii In i> talks tx-fi.ir ihey leave for Marl Tha fourth member of the British Section of the Commiuion is Hon. Garnet Gordon QBE. of St. Lucia. He will be unable to attend the Commission 1 meetinu in Martinique, a* he Is in Canada attendine a Press Conference About the Ranee G LANCINC through the June %  %  i of the Udles' Home Journal. I came across a small article ab'jut Lady Brooke, the Ranee of Sarawak who recently 'pent a holiday in Barli.ni" her daughter Mrs Dick Vniinei One d-iy this sprint the article reads, the last Ranee of Sarawak >ia Brooke, stopped oh* in Raw York for a mailer of ooura, and was guest of honour at | small luncheon given by a group of New Yorkers. Lady brooke, (, writing a Victorian novel. The Darlington* vrkacb will bo 0Ul Hiv. iii Married In Barbados TLMU. EDWARD R. RUSSELL ia and Miss Hazel Hall two Americans living in VwMgugta, were married in Barbados on Tuesday by the Rev Hatch at the St John the Baptist ChurchIn St. James A reception was afterwards held at the home of Mr. Paul Nolan in St James M-. Russell is a nephew of Mrs. Van Edghill of Fanl.urg" Worthing i>nd has been in Veneiuela for two years with the J. G. White Engineering and Construction Co. which is connected with the Creole Petroleum Company During the last war he was an arlillerv ..ntl-aircraft officer In the U.S.. Army. Mrs. Russell, who attended the Oklahoma Baptist University wa* employed by the US l>eportmcnt of Justice in Washington and besides being stationed In San Juan Puerto Rico and Rio do Janeiro where she was from 1944 to 1946. she has also been to Tokyo from 1946 to 1947 and to Germany from 194? to 1941. They are spending their honeymoon at the Paradise Beach Club %  nd expect to lie hero for another •wo weeks. One of A Chain L EAVING on Thursday morning by II W 1 A returning to Venezuela w u I Mr. Anthony Dimino. a New Yorker, who with his wife have been living in Vcnt'llicla foe ana year, where Mr Dimino is with '-Scars Roebuck da Venezuela" which is one of a chain of Department Stores that run through North and South America. Slaying al the Paradise Beach Club, he has been here for about two and a half week.-. Miwife I .'vn IK remaining henfur :i longer holiday. First Visit in JO Years M HS. MARY EVELYN, widow of Mr. George Evelyn who was here lor almost three weeks on holiday, her first visit to Barbados in thirty years, returned to her home in New York on Thursday via San Juan by B.W I A While here she was staying with Mrs. Edith King In Chelsea Head. THE GAMftOLg dad fxpeet to be away for about : be going Iron Ihfre to Venezuela, t r. e l niu-.i Stateand Canada befura retaining to lurbado* The Case of the Live Worm-. T ROGER*. I< • M At Wakefield Yesterday r ESTER DAY tauiy tew ei .ible to attend the film shut the British Council i BSSHJOjuarlers, "Wukeficht." Several members of Developnew ami Welfare i en v.< n in cludlof Mn agorae BeeJ Ki ,%u. Head of Developmeii: and Welfare in the West Indies. Mr. P liawitt-Myiing, Public BtlaHfm / ii\i-ei to Colonial DOTalopiiioii and Welfaie. and Mr*. My ring. Mi B Rolfe of the Secretariat. Also prevent was Col. It. T Mlchelm. Commissioner of Police. Mr J K ThoqtDSOQ, Colonial Attache al the BtiUSB Kmbeasy in Washington .rnd Mi w :i Couflena) h linii h llMii k i ll i. l s. both of whom are on their way to Martinique lor a meeting ol Ihe Caribbean Commission sdsio site nd asl <\show The programme began with fOUl gbori films sent over by the Caribbean Commission, followeil by a film about Oxford. The film bejfereaft In Udi" was then shown. It told the story of a District Oflleer's attempts lo found a maternity hospital in a bark ward area of Africa It was a very interesting him. full of detail and gives" a constructive interpretalion of Ihe difficulties facing cerium A (man territories to-day. The film will be shown again at a later date, and it is hoped that Ihe weather which was so unkind yesterday will iwrmit more peoph line doi It In French Colour Prints O PENING ul the Barbados Museum on July 1st will he mi exhibition of French Colour Prints. The exhibition Is aspected to lust for about two wouks Prize for Now Cover lie %  ig n 'TM1E General Agricultural X Society ts offering a good prize to anyone who sends In the beat cover design for their catalogue cover A competition for this has l>een running for some tune now. and Is closing at the end of the month. This Is certainly a good move. as it will in* very pleasant to have an original and striking design on the Prixe List, lo replace the id What About Cricket Newgreels W HAT about some more newreel films of the West InCriehsjt Team ta action in England! Only one has come to Barbadoa so far. and It certainly seems lime enough for some new ones to have come down. Away for One Month M" and Mrs Vernon Knight liM left yesterday afterly B W I A fni MM. %  ttagtSM HeSBS handed In to hit office One ury with a happy ending was when a Hn of live wor-n. was handed in to his office It might have been thought thai 'luxe were no more tnon the 'left over*" from a tithing trip. Fortunately, the worm, were treated with all due solemnity and their owner was traced. He turned out to be a gentleman who had made a trip lo Afrit.. Ssaaalany la eolluet the specimeneeii transferred lo Naasau. He was on the same plane thai she came down in. but lie gut off at Antigua to connect with Hi* Nassau flight from there via J iAlxo on the sume plane a* M Proudfool was Miss Agnes Koi of the BW.I.A. Ofhee In Fort-ofSpaln who wont to St. Kitts tot Ihe wedding of Miss Helen EveIvn, and Miss Mareelle Guyot. blao of the BW.I.A Office in Portof-Spaln. She has been spending u short holiday in Guadeloupe They were returning-in Tri dad. uoniB PLAY yourself one minute for the first and two minutes -or the second— 1 Form five four-letter worda from the letter' O. T. S T. 2 From A. E. P. St. 8. form -letter words PLAZA \ liU'R-ntv inciAL 1001 WILD AFRiaN THRILLS! CCC| SntulWiQ hiUeri' Sovofe Iribetl *~ m -* hMWtlsf L.CM 1. Impasse that m ola Duten would not nuturv for. ill S. Thi* may be done U rou reform 11. Tree tha wood, ia IX To place pphea ar ham in the suest h aroKci Duchess Runs Home For Cats %  HAFTESBUHY. Englai Nina Mary Beiuta. Dueiu-n. o! lUmilton, has opened fog "agpactant" eats M ran Hiiuae, her Shafteaburv, Dorset i"Uty. reaidence Tha dowager duchess has 41 l>-'tienta — mainly atraya — in •m old cricket pavilion mi I ha had converted into a "maternity ward The pavilion utilised be' %  uaa ahe could not get a licence to erect a permanent building hag] a central heating system and ha been wired off to keep out ich tapectant feline is ushered Into a lime-green cubicle and allotted a cushioned bed Twice a day a "nurscmai I' iTings round saucers ol milk and plates uf ground IHIIM me.. The duchess insists on vialtint; her patienls dally and knov "l iharn by name Money for the '•maternity ward" was left in the will of Mra. Margaret Whitloek. who was Interested in the work ->f trie Animal Defence Society. Tl-o chairman of this orU nl sa tl o n and of personal effort into it Begot > nogs .nd H Boraai have homes al Feme HoUM addition to the cats. Over 6,000 pi found homes In I an aftei .. shod it rei i. i •. l.y A UUfc m in Ik • Tne maalstratee si in Cheshire got a surprise gilt nl %  . %  % %  witneas in court, he lion upted % %  • the loud cluekli if .i ben. Sfblfltj ".'I exhibits m the cans lie turn* t %  tin-i, ..;r irafa \ sureen>. vhich i mil lied m court, bad laid %  have beei %  H ii. COUrt that morning." wins MIS a horse lea usuall* goes. Id. Rr.illl. pMl.. '?• &P" %  "" %  ""• %  tutoee<3' ia Ti.l aoHTd !*•> vou aon. ISI It. This alway* provioea a black band. il> JO. Do return to sot tiling i>lun(;.. U. us 2\. TliU li> I dteaaaa. 11. 4li)!l>ULg IS. l thiaa 1. Mot necessarily a puaiiiets disrv. 'J. footwear not neaOgear. Ill 3. ReeMved by ear. iSl 1. Produced ironi c*lui tide*. |5 ii 3. Kitiuu uiMiam ol uUlor aud mu artist, ill S. line iou gat • rule both w*>. 1 Tills BivMvou tne trio 1 lead. iur<*i wiibMU kartag to *re(( to fiawer. Hi 10. Although tnar raead aaaa atner two or these met at wano'i 14. It ooukl. as rou will see. natr beau a •lam. id 15. Musics! Infllrunent. (l 17. A good IlllS UaU*ll>' 111 low. L-T • arr pleasant 90 Across. (4i aMiinon ol b4tunti* puislt—A** 11 Together with the MaawStJ Heslern .TIMMV tVAKRLV with nonbaUj IA\ I.OK "RANGE RENEGADES A MON(X!HAM NEV. DQUBU MIT Tl'f-'SIIAV AMI Hli NtSUAV 5 g 8.30 P.M. Another Thrilling Monotraan OeabJe-BIII Si,ln.\ Tol-EH a. Cli\i(! IK CHAN in Sit 1 im II S 00 VKH 4 M \ t IO || V TAMlTJVEmS eW THE -Sf.WSEV With Jimmy WAKELY SPECIAL Mill NIlE MATINEE (Saturdai June 24th, 1930) I WO pfltlLUNQ WKSTKKNS (Entue Proceeds in aid ot Baj Street Boys' Club Sponsored bv the Police Force t Johnny Mack BROWN in "SILVER RANGE" And A AKK1.V in 'SPRINGTIME IN |EX\S [{ %  Mures ftffiflfad thru> CoWtegy British and General Films liwtribuior Lid., and Monogram PIclureM HhC.UI.AH PRICES GLOBE THEATRE TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 and Continuin* SAMUEL G0LDWYN pnat> DAIWANDREWSSISANHAWARD MY FOOLISH HEART" •eWn lath • ftnt Saaa • Laa tfaaaw %  hast B^w Uasa • ejl ramae K n... n-Lits i irsrcm ** nuup c. EFSTW • DBeswJ k. NAKK RQsOON • Diwa-iM %  ixo *u+ nwH,ha. LION KKHOL in CACTI'S CI'T-IT LATEST MHMIIII Caatag of lilt Parade Tune M t.mh.h Heart PH'M (fONIfl) GRANIt HIT PARADE SI>NNTEST CASH PRIZES FOR BEST RENDITIONS F MV F(H>I.1S|I HEART CONTESTANTS: BY THE WAY *ummm T HE great nos. of Ttrymoetes, who. aeeording to Virgil. was th* oomuanlon of Aeneas on hta journisy to Italy, wu so long Ibal when he Hooped H brushed Die giuund. Certain ftremen of our day have noaee of that aiae and ptiwer. lor I have ju"t read the moving words '"Trie firemen played then noses on the numei. which were M">n subdued." A | retty picture /a Dingi-Poo* tt,hl*,l //?T HB rumour ihi.i Hitler is dive in a Tibetan monastery' sounds like a craltv leheme ol Inngi-Pwoa to lure Colonel fcghuni to Tibet again. It • known that the would not k"S)taso to make ise of his Infatuation to hand him • ver lo th,Chines. Communist*, who have never forgiven hl> masterly exposure of Bayiei iiiachlnations in the mountains i BtllSJ Song. But Eghini > % %  warier than of yore, and eablcd her Jauntily. "No. It's Mussolini." Uul one does not make fun of auch a woman with impunity, an I her next move la awaited with *omo MiHviety The Tibetans hav< a proverb: MoeSBgl pa. wag* na noki era. It meaiu A woman scorned Is more dangerous than a mud yak in a gbe works In Pa*xin/i S UME fool or o'her srreeo recently thai the logend ol UtJ lui i I'oiirage Of Spanish vomen ia mere invention. WenMaria AgiiMin.i and Casta AlvalOS of Sn.igiissM inventions' And was their part in lh v great siege ..I loXB an Invention' Teen too shor*. even for that The twenty three-year-old Pliiiliinnum. besajhl at Worthing Fair for sisjhi aid Ihreepenee. east .ill raui shovs .t SalTron Walden WheSaury Solomon started the wrong wa) rottad the oeuree, Jed n*i erls w.is SO confused that be rttdl I im hack lo front faring the Lall... Muriipaii lathered 10 much alter th,. 6.IS that a mu/'v ived oarbor started to -have him v ith a purloined shooting-stick MENS 54" TUSSORE Jss-SUITING. Exceptional Quality at Price I BUTTERICK ] PATTERNS Newly opened i range at | WH1TFKLDS | YOUTHS' SHOES .3-o2-4.es Plentiful Tvday-but dont delay BLACK OXFORDS. III.AIK SIZE— a—to .. —u— l .. — 2— 3 ,. — 4— S TAN GIBSONS TAN S3.02 S3 39 S3.79 S3.9* 11— 1 2— 3 • I -IS S3.8R $4 OH amjf r#a)W from Your Shoe Stoic EVANS and WHITFIELDS DIAL 4M DIAL 4220 Miu Gloria II.. %  on In Mi.. Audrry Patmrr Mr -.linn Rudder Ml.. I in ill,Craig KIH HINNUl TOMTi: (UUMD TALENT \ \ n i MORNINC, .M O't'LIK'K AT THIS TIIIATKI LAVATORY BASINS—While A„.in (.re.„ ?r'*li;' mid l| .1%' 111(111 & LOW I.IAKI. TOII.LT SIITIS While A Auu Orrru WHITE Tll.KS—Squnre onil Shaped CIIKtlMUM BATH ROOM IITTIMIS — l.it-l K4IU. Showrr lt.rs. So.ip lli.lii 1 uiiitilrr and Iin.lh llrn.h llnldrr.. t'.pi-r lluldr Gaaai shrlvr. niiii .i, 4 rd Raft CLEANSERS — All kind.. DIAL 2039 BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD To be as lovely as A Star of Beauty follow the advice of the charming star Maria Montez, who says— I always use Lux Toilet Soap— it's a real beauty care. I cover my lace generously with its rich, super-creamy lather, working it in gentry, hut thoroughly. Then I rinse with warm water, splash with cold. With Lux Toilet Soap lather, skin takes on new loveliness. It Icels like smoothing beauty SOAP l fBAOKANT WHIT! SOAP OF TH1 FILM ITtll .UlUrKtut I


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Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Saturday, June 24, 1950
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June -1 I
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Barb-aims
luuwate
Prirr:
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1'IVi: I. M T
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CUBA WANTS SUGAR PRICES SET
Grootn iSanted
For Margaret
PALACE: "NO COMMENT*
i ONDON, Hm 2:l
r\ESPITG dodab b) ih.- tt-yeu Id st. itih Kail ofl
I>:llkti!)i hmisell. riimoiiis H ltTMgf her. tO d )
lli.il In- we till! In-cumc hetmih.tl i nicest M.u .. it.. >n
her tucnticth birth lac
lUlhtirn-liairtil fll riMIlllj HH in tag) i"i:i|Kin\ of
ihe Kini;\ tlaug hli-lilxl n have I'M-nrli'il 'I., Princess is irrelevant. The report ,*'
lixilish 4ind mi tint' should take noliee of suih ahi! cd-f iev' |
Buckli ghara I'..:.. -
bed 'm u ilj
ipoper-
r den ul When I

OTHERWISE WILL FIGHT
FOR WORLD MARKET
"Constructor"
And'Anastasiu*
Run Aground
n.rh.do. UfMM lorr.-t
Mr, n
the Caribbfwn
I 4,317
I

i>ll Um island of Tobago
captain Irnmedlab
the Trinidad Shipping i



i 0 Ml
port slightly an .i run
S-Vt-r;i i'l wf I.....i-,
lie'ph's*
in their predicament
The '' "'
ni morning from Monti.'...
ri the North
torn of cargo.
OUl that 1 i
i also been pi- '

down lth "no com-1

.... " ,
I
ban* of the wealthy Scots Duke ol (
- '.. r |
ATTEMPT o\
TITOS LIFE?
MILAN. JUa
The "Magician of Naples1' and
Italy's best known fortmio taUei
A.hipjie de Anurio. hat foretold
.in attempt on the life of Marshal
Tito. Yugoslav Chief ofl
The attempt will b
members of his own
magician statedReuter.
J\ew Methods For
Czechosiomkiti
pRAOtn .
Chechoslovakia Ii I
om and if
ingdel III 9 A k*t UMt,
ccordtna
Mlnial
Cepieka, nl in the Commun-
itude tnm
H
The People!
a i" pratael
.Hack m building
|B
Hi Ung m.\kt !*-
some dating back i"
\ i

i ..... UM Soviel i
penmen! -Reulcr.
MORE JAP AGENCIES
TOKYO. June
The now papa) seksi KrU^i
l Win Id I
Japan wot more o\
*eas Covert.iih til
i

S.i. i
m-Is Reuter.
"Not Rum
But Whiskey"
Says Counsel
i
PORT-O,' s-l'M- .:,
|g a strone :
i
I will I
.'.
. I t Ml


Ut
Appeal

. ,.
son before"*.
If i opened by saving "afg
ribci ons lo the Court will be
"hat the decision of ihe learned
;-ia' )i ige will not h.> disturbed
beeauee tight and
i l
ll i matrimonial
dlffarapcei between the McCar*
thye beg.m sometime i'fore 1944
!i..... tar Mi Hi Car-
i \ deckled to leave Jamaica and
ldad while his wlfi
dai ldad to atek employment in
the United Klngd
'emaica later on
[fe 'n her
i tain position with
Uee Bown
Ii the evidence i I
.
ued ii
i U |t was his
which in- petitioned1*
Wl irton repUed that after this
Mined and says In his
thai ho had been legally
*hat be had a good case
fur (I vorce
tether had
-i great love for his daughter-and
refused to al'ow servant' of tti
empsogred io deal with
her.
Ttit eJlagiUon, he wild, bj
the I that lived h
phi i- of rum was
wholly untrue. Iieenuse it was
fact .in reBpondenl only drank
n ended Ml arguments
"Leare the ehiH
I for It b
i ind the 11 lid
.
Tories Still
Play Party
Politics
-SAYS MORRISON
LONDON. June 23.
Britain's Deputy prime lUnlata
Herbert Morrison tonight, enarged i
Winston Churchill's Conservativej |
Hi playing party polities on th" {
Sehumnn Plan, which was vital to
Ihe future o( Burope
-Din.- more," be told i-ii"ii (
Party meeting, "our Conservatives!
prefer parts poUtta lo
responsibilily in dealing with Rica
a vital matter, vital, all will Bjproa,
to the future Of Europt* and beyond,1
and vital to millions of our fellow '
countrymen.
"Our Qot I liiveo
serious and sineere coo aide ranon i>
the Schuman proposals and ha*!
maintained friendly relations with |
France throughout the exchange of i
views, although not willing to he,
eommitted in advance of examln-
ation and discussion of the impor-
tant principles put to us."
I!,. LaMlllJ the Government
would "come well out'' of next
week's Parliamentary debate on,
the Schuman Plan.
He said "we have l>een. and will (
be reasonable In this very impor-
tant Issue of policy "
e> on p*i* 3
IN TUM-*A1
I ire -ippealing foi
nation today
fSee StOTf OM Pagr 5.
WEST INDIES DEFEAT
SUSSEX BY INNINGS
HOVE. June n.
Rain which delayed the start made tho pitch helpful
;.. tpiD howlers kfter lunch tfld the West Indies gained an
tnd I4;i runs victory over Stuawx here
ri.i rtniggling coanty betsmeri fared ao badly aiun
lunch Ritran the varied >pln ol Sonny FUmadhin, the
Trinidad rightanri sto*1 bowk r, and the oflbreaki ol (Jen*]
t in 40 mlnutea the last six wtcketa feD tor n
""'s_________________________ Ramadhln roncedad "> more
than 25 runs from ios dalieartei
I inning his
'..i the match to eight for
S5 Come*, howling to a well laid
. obtained foui (a nine-
teen In fifteen ovm
Only John Lanfridje, who was
two and a quar-
tr i hi,iiis before playing on to
...... Cos, who
during a gtay of H> minutes be-
came the Aral Busses h.isrnan to
complete one thuusaiid runs this
season, showed real .ilallty In rope
with Ihe turning ball Most of
the othen i u I to their
downfall b i u* strokei The
diminutive Ramadhln i I to I
Ii three wiekeis lv smart
tumplnj bj :i- ki.oii wtefcet-
lyde Waicoit-
L.K. Sends
Letter To
U.S. Senate
WASHING row
i ir ffman, Mai
Administrator, toe *
to the Boasih '
Cornmltteo stttei from Britu
Ambaasadoi Su OUvei Frank
defen Kchumun Plan
The letter contained the BriUi i
tiovi'inrncii'''. polk) Ofl OUsef
-i bsxatei rm B%iropoan Inteeratio i
.is well H the Schuman scheme
for a coal steal mei ki'i
! I
demands that Britain explain II
laiiure t. participate I U
Sehronaa Plan lalka In Pni Hoff-
man rend the 1. '
...... i ommlUee.
in it Sir oiivn Itnna
elaed Bvitalnl ittti
the Schuman Plan Hi ll
Irlbutions t" I u
Men stnea Iba war, ti
Imihirtunee of Britain*!
j t..... with the ii'
raonwealth Nations.
The Anil .
'Foreign PdUcj <>l Brll.....
upon and drawi
these vital relatioru
Rurope tho cecnrnonwi
the Atlantic communiu it i
the aim of the Brttlari polk i
I. in n .I-,, .ii || i relation*
ship- thai the) i"
reinforce eaefa other and, i > theb
omrslemenl btj b U I
.
woricT
i hi in Hiari Ooverni i I lobl
a drawl ra
voniioii undei nit h i iBa> a I
eatel uahad hi Parti follow
(tenei.i!
"In the work ol OKI *
eooperalod fully in the Intra-Eup
I i ."I \ HIIH'lll-
ArrangemenK ol the I.. | lv
years, in connartton
have given hirthei assist.on.< In in
form oi civdiU b 11
ing countries.
PRICES FORCED DOWN
1$\ LOWER RATES
(O'riMii lll'i" Own I >'ir.'*|.....lll'llll
LONDON. June
(j;UBA HAS HO WISH to disrupt I
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Indies lUgml industry either by iloodins world
markets or by forcing the price down. These facts
were pointed out to me to day in n exclusive inter
view with the four man Cuban delegation at pres
ent in London for International Suear Council
discussions commencing on Monday.
Cuba wants Ihe woi kl n
k htch ahe coi
eonaumi I pi I icara
The di
which will flu ii* world prlca al not la
half Ai i la f.o.b (q Ell Iti par
ilvalanl
I ; I |
_^___._~ it
Love Letter
IIT.UK I
\ Qei
.....I ol III
lerfertnsj with tl*
hi train ror
Hamburg
He ihowi
.
he had chalked Do you
sllll low
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SPORTS
WINDOW
in- Bvc-flhrm

ROYAL ROMANCE?
K?^al-
floods In
Brisbane
t
.1 > >1111 - 11 \\ ill
.Not Plaj
U WDON, ' U
m despite his In-
lurad Ihumb a practically cer-
lall to captain Uv Wl
nD.cu.Kit. in ihe f*
BHISHANE. June 2A |( y | lonlghl
.e etutsing in motor lnuntt.es ;,,(|;ill) ,,,1,, .,. u ,,t tu- thumb
lion* flooded Lr)bane streets ^ag atlll '.. I he wiu
i iboul !'n cHlxei certaii
after a cyclone struck the city.yeni htm from pi*>tns
during the night, brlngh ... ,IU ,,...
had
ii.-i .(l for 2
ings by
:
.1 m,i be made until the
West tnd Lord's.
Johnson .......""' '"
I
it Wale oil
He knuckles
on the left hand for which he
. La] traatmeni
Victory by an innings 0OI Bu)
sex has been a great fillip foi lb
ll
iheir tails down
.,, i ent that on an1
. xcept that eapi
M
n^ht
ealU*d ihe
tentimetres of rainfall In 3 hours.
Lighting and power failed,
moored launches wore sunk, roofs
torn from houses and man) people
had to wade to safety through
Iwaist-high water In suburban
S Two constables swam ion metres
;to rescue an elderly woman who
was standing in water up lo her
irmpiti outside her eottaj i
hull and wind ruined II
crops
allotment* Just I
So far no loss of IB
I.,tit- | Reuler.
Hunt For Saboteur
DEVON POUT s*ui i
Secret atrvlce n
illty police toda) led a
ibob
ere ol
' 0UJ
marine Tallp-Ho.
The suspoctl |
1 try the Aomtralltj la
nightwas the thud ktvolvu |
j
It Is underst" that
found In ihe oil system In III
engine room of the
which is undergoing ret I
naval dc-ekyard of i..
that th


Keutrt
Bu
linn n
. nied 198 to avoid
Hea*i. ovei nlghl rain datayed
ihe sun ovei anl I
ed wicket was not
< en covered
''. | em h and Th i apta
n IS and
lartad an hour later.
alned faj from prom*
sing nut strong wind i
. nil out
RamadbJi
d 'om .
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Plei
fi
Smith tun Ol i-owler*s
i ! '.imely
inekward short !
d
and bad an
a low return catch 10 Wot nil be-
tine Onl* Ux runs came
m so mi'.utii than Ptarre was hit
for four, by both -
Thus lai not ap-
pear to gj iny spei-ini
!ulp but after 19 mlnutl
hall from Worrell again bowling
* up sharp-
truck Oak i the left
O On I'm* M
13 Arrostwl
In Belgium
llltUSSEUS June- 2A
Thirteen jieopie arreatad bare
have bean i horsed th unptli .<
i.on m ;t new . .
Iii imilIoi l.niil' ltOCJU and IhiihI
'..ii tO Ih
brouahl b) imiit In Batalum moo
the Uberalion, b
repercussions polni' said They
i lead '>t the vaiue of the hold-
ings mvoiveii in tin- pneanl eaaa
.1 tnUI of "tons of itillllcMIS of
Balalan fraiK-s".
iU'lci-in DOUoa are niitinulua
their tnverttsatloni In Pi me aitt
the .....peratlon of the Pnoeh
..nth. rltksi In rnedlatel-i after
liberation all Belgians were
required to declare theli holdlnaa
of stock* and bonda, t'lidi-l.oiil
l.hliuc v.. no longer negoti-
able Holdinfi oncornad In ihe
present DJ to the
pottei have bean nasotiated by
.i , given in
respect of older hoods Iteul'i
Builev, Hollies Out
Of himl.tiiil Team
iked
I
hi girl frl
I
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eapeel iy of i mmunt-
cation ii.
once with I
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Boater
From RuHHiiin
To CMnem
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petlttoo, Hm it
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Pallurt '
ink "i lam
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world market
lent wi
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metal lot sugai workers, and il
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leni il t a hile
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to pre-
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PLAYERS
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SAYS SHINWCU

TORIES FIGHT AGAINST
FINANCE BILL
PRINCESS MAKOAKET leaving St. Margarets Westminster.
,iftt; liere of Miss PhilUpa Dunne. 19-year-old
daughter of Capt Philip Dunne, a former < M'-mber
t *'. -year-old former Cotdltl
air. Christopher Bridge -
LONQOM J J-'- ...rehill's
i I thai he and
Clement Attiee
n l*> and a quai ".. elling out
. \ dr. I hurchiii
i which giver with a grateful
III Attiee left the
last April gather
right to the i" I
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bn dlvtaloo of tbe
/-nrr.r,lTi i- oppOsi* iriK about
LKtUtNI lALb Irength iieiwe*-n
THF. HAGUE, June 21 dlvl divans
The new Rrarilian M \t midnlghl "' ,ne
Holland. Mr J de Souza Ln. ., barter, nlhers
..f the Exchequer Sir dod#>
i c flir attentive In their places in the
ace BesnVr. Jppov.. Chamber BaahT.T
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PACE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SAT! RDAY,INEH 195"
Ccmib galling
SIR GEORGE SEEL. Ki M(!
Head of Development and
Welfare in the Wfl Indie, and
i .-Chairman of the Canb-
tiai (' hr*l ye*-
M Its '.'ut UM Man'."'
i I Mi w ll Courtenn)
of BrUkh Hwiturw, Mr J Ken-
neth Thon,|.-oi.. Colonial Attache
:ii Um Brftath Bmbaaiy w ...-!.-
melon ami Mr. P Hewltt-Myring.
Public Relations Adviser to CD.
Sir (leorge. Mr Courtanay and
Mr Thompson ar<> three of the
few members of the Rriluh 9fC-
iion of the Caribbean Commission*
and wen- yaalanlga ''''laaeii In
i> talks tx-fi.ir ihey
leave for Marl
Tha fourth member of the
British Section of the Commiuion
is Hon. Garnet Gordon QBE. of
St. Lucia. He will be unable to at-
tend the Commission1* meetinu in
Martinique, a* he Is in Canada
attendine a Press Conference
About the Ranee
GLANCINC through the June
i of the Udles' Home
Journal. I came across a small
article ab'jut Lady Brooke, the
Ranee of Sarawak who recently
'pent a holiday in Barli.ni"
her daughter Mrs Dick Vniinei
One d-iy this sprint the article
reads, the last Ranee of Sarawak
>ia Brooke, stopped oh*
in Raw York for a mailer of
ooura, and was guest of
honour at | small luncheon given
by a group of New Yorkers. Lady
brooke, (, writing a Victorian
novel. The Darlington* vrkacb
will bo 0Ul Hi- v. iii
Married In Barbados
TLMU. EDWARD R. RUSSELL
ia and Miss Hazel Hall two
Americans living in VwMgugta,
were married in Barbados on
Tuesday by the Rev Hatch at the
St John the Baptist Church- In
St. James A reception was after-
wards held at the home of Mr.
Paul Nolan in St James
M-. Russell is a nephew of Mrs.
Van Edghill of Fanl.urg" Worth-
ing i>nd has been in Veneiuela for
two years with the J. G. White
Engineering and Construction Co.
which is connected with the Cre-
ole Petroleum Company During
the last war he was an arlillerv
..ntl-aircraft officer In the U.S..
Army.
Mrs. Russell, who attended the
Oklahoma Baptist University wa*
employed by the US l>eportmcnt
of Justice in Washington and be-
sides being stationed In San Juan
Puerto Rico and Rio do Janeiro
where she was from 1944 to 1946.
she has also been to Tokyo from
1946 to 1947 and to Germany
from 194? to 1941.
They are spending their honey-
moon at the Paradise Beach Club
nd expect to lie hero for another
wo weeks.
One of A Chain
LEAVING on Thursday morn-
ing by II W 1 A returning to
Venezuela w u I Mr. Anthony
Dimino. a New Yorker, who with
his wife have been living in Vcn-
t'llicla foe ana year, where Mr
Dimino is with '-Scars Roebuck
da Venezuela" which is one of a
chain of Department Stores that
run through North and South
America.
Slaying al the Paradise Beach
Club, he has been here for about
two and a half week.-. Mi- wife
I .'vn ik remaining hen- fur :i
longer holiday.
First Visit in JO Years
MHS. MARY EVELYN, widow
of Mr. George Evelyn who
was here lor almost three weeks
on holiday, her first visit to Bar-
bados in thirty years, returned to
her home in New York on Thurs-
day via San Juan by B.W I A
While here she was staying
with Mrs. Edith King In Chelsea
Head.
THE GAMftOLg
dad fxpeet to be away for about
: be going
Iron Ihfre to Venezuela, t r. e
l niu-.i State- and Canada be-
fura retaining to lurbado*
The Case of the Live Worm-.
T ROGER*. I<
M
At Wakefield Yesterday
r ESTER DAY
tauiy
tew
ei .ible to attend the film sh-
ut the British Council i BSSHJOjuar-
lers, "Wukeficht."
Several members of Develop-
new ami Welfare i en v.< n in
cludlof Mn agorae BeeJ Ki ,%u.
Head of Developmeii: and Wel-
fare in the West Indies. Mr. P
liawitt-Myiing, Public BtlaHfm
/ ii\i-ei to Colonial DOTalopiiioii
and Welfaie. and Mr*. My ring. Mi
B Rolfe of the Secretariat. Also
prevent was Col. It. T Mlchelm.
Commissioner of Police. Mr J K
ThoqtDSOQ, Colonial Attache al the
BtiUSB Kmbeasy in Washington
.rnd Mi w :i Couflena) h
linii h llMiikilli.ls. both of whom
are on their way to Martinique
lor a meeting ol Ihe Caribbean
Commission sdsio sitendasl <\-
show
The programme began with
fOUl gbori films sent over by the
Caribbean Commission, followeil
by a film about Oxford. The film
bejfereaft In Udi" was then
shown.
It told the story of a District
Oflleer's attempts lo found a
maternity hospital in a bark ward
area of Africa
It was a very interesting him.
full of detail and gives" a con-
structive interpretalion of Ihe
difficulties facing cerium A (man
territories to-day.
The film will be shown again
at a later date, and it is hoped
that Ihe weather which was so
unkind yesterday will iwrmit
more peoph
line doi
It In
French Colour Prints
OPENING ul the Barbados
Museum on July 1st will he
mi exhibition of French Colour
Prints. The exhibition Is aspect-
ed to lust for about two wouks
Prize for Now Cover lie ig n
'TM1E General Agricultural
X Society ts offering a good
prize to anyone who sends In the
beat cover design for their cata-
logue cover A competition for
this has l>een running for some
tune now. and Is closing at the
end of the month.
This Is certainly a good move.
as it will in* very pleasant to
have an original and striking de-
sign on the Prixe List, lo replace
the
id
What About Cricket
Newgreels
WHAT about some more new-
reel films of the West In-
Criehsjt Team ta action in
England! Only one has come to
Barbadoa so far. and It certain-
ly seems lime enough for some
new ones to have come down.
Away for One Month
M"
and Mrs Vernon Knight
liM left yesterday after-
ly B W I A fni MM.
ttagtSM HeSBS handed In to hit
office
One ury with a happy end-
ing was when a Hn of live wor-n.
was handed in to his office It
might have been thought thai
'luxe were no more tnon the
'left over*" from a tithing trip.
Fortunately, the worm, were
treated with all due solemnity
and their owner was traced. He
turned out to be a gentleman who
had made a trip lo Afrit..
Ssaaalany la eolluet the specimen<-
On long-distance flights, aiei
there is a ehangu In climate.
passengers often wear lichter <-i
heavtei clothai as the (ourne)
proeeadt Vsmettgwag Ihey forget
< nts and It is bj
no means uncommon for pairs of
trousers to be forwarded to
London from hotels on the routes
al such widely separated places
s Sicily and Singapore
Pink Tie
EARNEST MOLL ot Barbadi*
a-/ was in London last week
proudly sporting a brand new
salmon pink tie. The tie mean-
that he has been elected to the
must exclusive rowing club in th-j
worldthe Lcander Club. Only
the pick of the Oxford and Cam-
bridge rowing world are invite l
lo join the club, and F.rneM quati-
llcd by rowing m the Trlniiv
Hall Fust Boat which finished
third in the Cambridge Mays
Before going up to Cambridge
00 an agricultural scholarship Moll
was at Reading Universltt and
used to row m the Reading First
Boat Before he goes to Trinidad
In September to study for a year
at the Imperial College, he is t<
be marriedto a girl he mot al
Reading University. When he
gets to Trinidad Ernest will have
Ihe opportunity of seeing his
parents again, since lus father i*
now manager of the San Fer-
nando branch of Barclay's Bank.
After hla year at the Imperial
Colloge he will probably hv
appoinied to the Agricultural
Service in Tanganyika.
Helping Wife
1 hear that Tom Ircmonger.
husband of Lucille Iremonge-
the Jamaican novelist and broad-
caster. Is lo (.,. the new Torv
candidate for North Paddlngton
at the next Election Thirty-four
years old and a cimisiii of Anlhom
E Relations Officer of the Overseas
League. In February he stood for
Northfield (Birmingham) but wn
beaten by his Socialist rival. Hit
wife drew caricatures lo lllustrat"
his Election address.
Intranait
1NTRANSIT for Trinidad on
Thursday afternoon by UW I.A
was Miss Anne Proiidfoot, who ha
bean spending two weeks* hullda.
with June and Tonoy Ouy in Bl
Kills. She was al Sen well t;
about twenty minutes before leav-1
ing for Trinidad.
She told Carlh that Junior'
llrleh. popular Trinidad Tennis
player and footballer, wh
been with St Kilts Branch of Ihe
Royal Bunk of Canada foi some-
time now has t>eeii transferred lo
Naasau. He was on the same plane
thai she came down in. but lie gut
off at Antigua to connect with Hi*
Nassau flight from there via J i-
Alxo on the sume plane a* M
Proudfool was Miss Agnes Koi
of the BW.I.A. Ofhee In Fort-of-
Spaln who wont to St. Kitts tot
Ihe wedding of Miss Helen Eve-
Ivn, and Miss Mareelle Guyot.
blao of the BW.I.A Office in Port-
of-Spaln. She has been spending u
short holiday in Guadeloupe
They were returning-in Tri
dad.
uoniB PLAY
yourself one minute
for the first and two minutes -or
the second
1 Form five four-letter worda
from the letter' O. T. S T.
2 From A. E. P. St. 8. form
-letter words
PLAZA
\ liU'R-ntv inciAL
1001 WILD AFRiaN THRILLS!
CCC| SntulWiQ hiUeri' Sovofe Iribetl
*~ m------- -* hMWtlsf L.CM
1. Impasse that m ola Duten
would not nuturv for. ill
S. Thi* may be done U rou reform
11. Tree tha
wood, ia
IX To place
pphea ar ham
in the suest h
aroKci
Duchess Runs Home For Cats
HAFTESBUHY. Englai
Nina Mary Beiuta. Dueiu-n. o!
lUmilton, has opened
fog "agpactant" eats m ran
Hiiuae, her Shafteaburv, Dorset
i"Uty. reaidence
Tha dowager duchess has 41
l>-'tienta mainly atraya in
m old cricket pavilion mi I
ha had converted into a "ma-
ternity ward "
The pavilion utilised be-
'uaa ahe could not get a licence
to erect a permanent building
hag] a central heating system and
ha been wired off to keep out
ich tapectant feline is ush-
ered Into a lime-green cubicle
and allotted a cushioned bed
Twice a day a "nurscmai I'
iTings round saucers ol milk
and plates uf ground Ihiim me..
The duchess insists on vialtint;
her patienls dally and knov
"l iharn by name
Money for the 'maternity
ward" was left in the will of
Mra. Margaret Whitloek. who
was Interested in the work ->f trie
Animal Defence Society. Tl-o
. chairman of this or-
Unlsatlon and .
of personal effort into it
Begot > nogs .nd h Boraai
have homes al Feme HoUM
addition to the cats.
Over 6,000 pi
found homes In I
an aftei .. shod it rei
i. i . .
l.y A UUfc m in Ik
Tne maalstratee si
in Cheshire got a surprise gilt nl

. .
witneas in court, he *
lion upted the loud cluekli
if .i ben. Sfblfltj ".'- I
exhibits m the cans lie turn*
t tin- -i, ..;r irafa
\
sureen- >.
vhich i mil
lied m court, bad laid
have beei
H ii. COUrt that morning."
wins MIS a horse
lea usuall* goes.
Id. Rr.illl. pMl- ..
'? &P" "" "" tutoee- <3'
ia Ti.l aoHTd !*> vou aon. iSi
It. This alway* provioea a black
band. il>
JO. Do return to sot tiling i>lun(;..
U. us-
2\. TliU li> I
dteaaaa.
11. 4li)!l>ULg
IS. l
thiaa
1. Mot necessarily a puaiiiets disrv.
'J. footwear not neaOgear. Ill
3. ReeMved by ear. iSl
1. Produced ironi c*lui tide*. |5 ii
3. Kitiuu uiMiam ol uUlor aud mu
artist, ill
S. line iou gat rule both w*>.
1 Tills BivMvou tne trio 1 lead. "
iur<*i wiibMU kartag to *re((
to fiawer. Hi
10. Although tnar raead aaaa atner
two or these met at wano'i
14. It ooukl. as rou will see. natr
beau a lam. id
15. Musics! Infllrunent. (l
17. A good IlllS UaU*ll>' 111 low. L-T
arr pleasant 90 Across. (4i
aMiinon ol b4tunti* puisltA**11"
Together with the MaawStJ Heslern
.TIMMV tVAKRLV
with
nonbaUj ia\ i.ok
"RANGE
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A MON(X!HAM NEV. DQUBU MIT
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Another Thrilling Monotraan OeabJe-BIII !
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TAMlTJVEmS eW THE -Sf.WSEV
With Jimmy WAKELY
SPECIAL Mill NIlE MATINEE
(Saturdai June 24th, 1930)
I WO pfltlLUNQ WKSTKKNS (Entue Proceeds in aid ot Baj
Street Boys' Club Sponsored bv the Police Force t
Johnny Mack BROWN in "SILVER RANGE"
And
A AKK1.V in 'SPRINGTIME IN |EX\S
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k n... n-Lits i irsrcm ** nuup c. efstw
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BY THE WAY *ummm
THE great nos. of Ttrymoetes,
who. aeeording to Virgil.
was th* oomuanlon of Aeneas on
hta journisy to Italy, wu so long
Ibal when he Hooped H brushed
Die giuund.
Certain ftremen of our day
have noaee of that aiae and ptiwer.
lor I have ju"t read the moving
words '"Trie firemen played then
noses on the numei. which were
M">n subdued." A | retty picture
/a Dingi-Poo* tt,hl*,l //?-
THB rumour ihi.i Hitler is dive
in a Tibetan monastery'
sounds like a craltv leheme ol
Inngi-Pwoa to lure Colonel fcghuni
to Tibet again. It known that
the would not k"S)taso to make
ise of his Infatuation to hand him
ver lo th,- Chines. Communist*,
who have never forgiven hl>
masterly exposure of Bayiei
iiiachlnations in the mountains
. i BtllSJ Song. But Eghini >
warier than of yore, and eablcd
her Jauntily. "No. It's Mussolini."
Uul one does not make fun of
auch a woman with impunity, an I
her next move la awaited with
*omo MiHviety The Tibetans hav<
a proverb: MoeSBgl pa. wag* na
noki era. It meaiu A woman
scorned Is more dangerous than
a mud yak in a gbe
works
In Pa*xin/i
SUME fool or o'her srreeo
recently thai the logend ol
UtJ lui i I'oiirage Of Spanish
vomen i- a mere invention. Wen-
Maria AgiiMin.i and Casta Alva-
lOS of Sn.igiissM inventions' And
was their part in lhv great siege
..I loXB an Invention' T Ihe llrn Filday of eweiv May. the
younn glrla of Jura gg'liei ,,t th
Ce (Ailed Ijis Tiendas (the
im lo pejwnernorate a victory
k'ver the Moors in Hie Rth centUT) .
In which all the women of the
Slaee fought beside the men
puin is full of these stone* from
every century And the flercesl
and bravest of the women ;ire ihe
Aragoneae of the a n < i e n
Sobrarbe.
Turf Jotting*
JIM MKKRYWKATHEH tells me
dial Bottled Prtiue wmdO bava
won at Bradford by a short head
If its head hadn't l>een too shor*.
even for that The twenty
three-year-old Pliiiliinnum.
besajhl at Worthing Fair for sisjhi
aid Ihreepenee. east .ill raui
shovs .t SalTron Walden Whe-
Saury Solomon started the wrong
wa) rottad the oeuree, Jed n*i
erls w.is SO confused that be rttdl
I im hack lo front faring the
Lall... Muriipaii lathered 10
much alter th,. 6.IS that a mu/'v
ived oarbor started to -have him
v ith a purloined shooting-stick
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feft Southern Opal. IS (i
Al.oa FuUl VS. Imp.n Km. SS
!>..!,- IIi.mI SS Alrnnitn. a.3 F.ilke
BaMiadi.tte. SS Palrstary. .. Anta
D**p... SS Alt.ia I'oinler. SS Doloraa,
- "- N sS M KM I Ma '
SS Rarfleut. SS Loideaate. SS MaM
Laopold. SS. Uranlsnd. SS Cap* Conn.
SS. Cn.to.lian. SS Aahia Anaita.ia. SS
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SI C'aw* Ol'rul. -s s j{. ... ss
l*.de I'mciar. S S Llaniahar, S.S Up-
reville. SS Gold Coa-I. SS Ataua Mat*
Seawell
ARRIVAL*Bi B.W.I.A.L-
lf-.ii 7rli>ld.a
Herbert Uill. Gerald Hoar. Helen Bo-
Ollve Ruae Oavid lite, taiu.rll Ovd-
dSrd. Ortl SUk.I. I'iairntV SlIt.T. Dmihii
DfArbeau. Ada Iron.Ule. Beryl Downaa.
II>m.,< Dwn*i. Jtanna Dmrm llrndink
Brunlne. Donald MrBride. Jr.i, M.luid.
John Hr.d-i.i.. N.-rah III adUiaw, SOdJa
Sroll. Jnhumix Van Moo*. Rita WeKri.
*""' "' *d*ard Singh. Latau Camp.
Marjrsa Uevaux, Mau-
ri** D.V.LK. Connla Kelt irk. M>>a-I D.
Freita-. Jnii Wifltcy. Id'
baton. Juhn Jeflar.. Th.imai I'.i'er. Hufh
Pa>ne. Martin Hln.kn.ai.. Fred Cole,
Jam. 7>..rn* Harold Biahop. John
li'i~ AalilH
Arnld Fox Monit-a Pol, Joan I-ak.
rk.ieen PmVM. Ouilhann* Drttilva. tail*
nnual I'ukeiina
Moira Lu.-> Km. Tbendor* Gltteru
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Iran H I.arla
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Jam*. Watson. Krsmald Cardom
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Oabrial Vv^nrt. Mr. Willlai
Mr.
S.rf
Mi.
U.S.*. Mexico
End Trade
Agreement
WASHINGTON. June 23.
The- United States and Mexico
will sad their reciprocal "most
favoured nation" trade agreement
on December 31, under which
many other nations enjoyed tariff
benefit*, it was uflicially an-
nounced to-day.
Biggest repercussions would be
felt in oil and lead They said
the cancellation would double the
tariffs on about half the oil im-
ported into the United Slates.
This Included oil from Vene-
zuela, the Middle East and other
areas, as well as Mexico.
Tariffs would also be doubled
on lead from Canada, Peru and
Australia, as well a* Mexico, it
was explained.
Price on a range of goods from
toys to oil might also rise. The
State Department, which an-
nounced the cancellation of the
treaty, said it was done because
Mexico banned some imports in
order to cope with a dollar short-
age, and raised tariffs on many
other products because of pres-
sure to protect her own indus-
tries.
The agreement signed in 1943
sharply reduced United States
tariffs on many Mexican pro-
ducts. In turn, Mexico gave low-
er rates to many American pin-
ducts.
Under the most favoured na-
tion policy, the United States
automatically gave the benefits
of the Mexican treaty to other
It h:is treaties with many court-
lri*?s under which tt plans to
vc Ihem as good treatment as
he most favoured nation".
Thus, with the end of the M.-xi-
in treaty, the effect will be fell
by countries other than Mexico.
R ruler
Leonard Smith. Mi Willlai.
aomero. Mr CI>A..rd Oil.-i,. Mr. Adr.
Una S)..'|>hrrd, Mr Chailea &h*ph*rd
-" ivnik. Mi Ml C
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Jaea Met
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K.ithv ...
Mania Cooper. Mr. Donald Clairmonte.
Mi Phil.p Pries, Ml.. Cynthia Durant.
Mi. Th-miai Cairni. Mr.. Doraee CalfM.
Ml Adam. riaXun-Siiuth. Mr Throdonr
MfKuiilrv. Mi Zahhoiii Al.ial.ao Mr
Al..,.t.l Ajii. M.- Dor*.. Wrlcli. M|a,
1 I Mi Jt.n |IrTrilrr.n,
Bti *iymon Altmon. Ml Alac LltHcpae*.
Pa* Saa lai
iibc
, Mi.
I 'ik.i Thoenp.
Hk-.da-nrtn. Mr Cla
rbu Bit
Ml. Petrr
Far -i *
Cr Waalun la-wia
Far La naalra
Mi A-'n.mv rtlmliui. Mr. Dointh'
Bacon. Ml.. Diana Heron. Mm. Lutla
So**- Mr ItaiiLiti SWaa
Far I..miH.au
M i -. CN. mi LesHa m.:
vllle. Mr John Perkin.. Mr Robert
are.il. Mr. IWi>l Wtai>. Mi Juhn Ro.e.
Sir <-ha:le Woollev. Ml Moll* Kins.
Mr Jama- Overtoil, Mra. DorolRv O'
Mi Bruno Rait-
MAIL NOTICE
England's
Team For
World Cup
RIO DE JANEIRO JU
England'* team to B*ai
in the World SOCCII I HI
here on Sund:i,
day as follows.
Coal: B Wilili.ms (WotV
lampion); Backs: A Hamsey
(Tottenham) and J A.-iun (Han-
chesler United); Half-i
Wright (WolverhainpU.il i. L.
Hughes (Liverpool) and J D-ca
fnson (Portsmouth i; r
T. Finney (Pie>l.wi> W \7.i.-
nion (Middlesbrough!. R. Bent-
ley (CheUeai. S Mortensen
(Blackpool). J Mulli-n (Wolvei-
h amp ton i.
The leam DODtalrl
prises, though som<
Jackie Mllburn.
United forward) i
eluded
Hughes is the <
thought lh.it

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and his
change

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taeaion
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and Mull, i
outside left. Plnruts
and Mann ion and Mortensen
opposite wing-.
ui post-
uata
County Cricket
Inside left is ;m UJUItu
tion for Iflortf
has played there before
ternalionals.
Mannion has often played In-
Mtrtt-il
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poaalble, thougfa
wing half Coekburn | H
ter l'niie injury.
Itruler
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Maili for St Lucia. Dominica. Monl.se
rat. Antllua, SI Km. Bermuda IVntiHi.
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Nel.'i will be rimed Bl the General
Poat (ymrt a< under
Pairet Mail al I l> '' Restrrad Mail
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I .1 .1.-1 -n.l
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Tones Still Play
Party Politics
from page I
the Hi'.
OppUS:lliin
In his vi
amendment to thi
motion urging acceptance of th<
Ftunch invitation to take part It.
the Schuman Plan discussions in
Paris was "sound, brftad-n.mdi-ti
and (air "
"If. as I anliclputcd, all goes well
with the first division, watch what
happens about the soom: i
see whether the Opposition dare
vote against the wMtancc c4 thi
Government's mm ndnn-nt." t
said.
Morrison concluded
eminent and Its suppori.-rs hav>
every reason to face lite delwlc
with confidence."
The Oovernment's u-
welcomes Schuni:r
propoalilK the pl.ui. asks inetnl-et-
of Parliament to iivhj>i;is<> ii wg
im|HissJble to take purl #> disc-in-
sions on the Plan which commilte.1
Britain in advance to pool her co..l
and steel industrleat, and colls on
Parliament to approve the readi-
nesa of the Government to taki
conatrucUve part in
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IIAKII \IM)S ADVOCATE
SAHTtllW Jl NT. 2<, 1S(I
BARBADOS fi| AN'OOffE
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Saturday Juno 2i, 1950
4 AIM Mil A.MI
CONFINED
THE pussibihn >1 .i ban on West Indian
labour in ihe United Stall's winch Wtt
hinted by Mr. J. Kenneth Thompson,
Colonial Attache i>f Um Biiiish Kmbassy in
Washinylon .should rouse West Indian Gov-
ernments to MOM effort lo gfSV* Ofl whut
would be uiuloubtedly a disaster. It is
possible that representations made through
the Caribbean Commigsiofi mi^ht have
greater effect than communlcattong from
etc govammants.
There I PMnmu why such
represent ui.uii.s eg will bfl made to Wash-
ington should be made through the Carib-
i.mission, it was from Um late ai
one of Uwmon outatandlni mem-
bers of that body thai the idea originated
for the Governor o( this island U) visit
Washington personally in order to secure
a quota lor Barbados. After that visit the
Commission gave much assistance and be-
tween 1W4 and IfMfi'the number ol Bar-
badians in the United Slates reached aboui
ten thousand. Today Ihere are slill a lew
hundred employed In lields and ffeCtOfb
there.
Mr. Thompson's remarks, however,
should not be surprising to the general
public as Mr. O. II. Adams in Ihe House of
Assembly recently pointed out that emi-
gration opportunities looked bleak indeed.
ft is necessary that every effort should be
made to keep open all avenues of employ-
ment. At present those in Ihe Dutch Col-
onies and Bermuda are slowly closing and
aln.os: every Break Barbadians are return-
ing home. If in normal tunes when there
was opportunity for employment outside
that island emigration was regarded as the
only remedy for our economic ills, it must
be quite clear that with the others steadily
closing, the avenue to the United States Is
Ihe only hope for us.
The United Stales with her vast re-
sources has succoured Ihe civilised world
during the years following the last war.
She can continue to do so until the seed of
discontent and strife has been swamped by
the desire for peace and co-operation
among nations. This is but another step
in that direction; and the West Indies who
by ties of Ihe past and by geographical situ-
ation are close to the United States can
make out a strong case for further help
from that country.
It is necessary, however, that Ihe merits
of the case be put to Washington and in the
strongest possible Icrms. The West Indies
cannot afford to lose any opportunity for
emigration. The agricultural and industri-
al pursuits of the entire area are noi suffi-
cient to support ihe three million peoples
who now live here. It is imperative that
something be done to make the situation
known in the Uniled Slates; and lhal
quickly.
si i'imiiii mi: >n si i ii
THE number .if demands on one's purse
in these days continue to increase; almost
everyone asks for help, both individuals and
instiluhoiis Hi-, Excellency the Governor
asks for help for Harrison College and edu-
cation generally! the West Indies Univers-
ity College eppeaJi for scholarships and
funds; the Barbados Museum now appeals
for increase.! membership. Some of these
demands are plain charity, others social
necessity; bul both postulate an inescap-
able civic rcs]n>nsibility.
The Museum is an cducalional inslitution
at home; and il is at home lhal charily be-
gins. Within recant months the number
of children visiting the Museum has vastly
increased and there can be no doubt thai
with this continued increase there will be
greater demands for facilities to accommo-
date them.
The Barbados Muaeum is tangible evi-
dence of what culture the island possesses.
and when it is considered thai the cost ol
membership In ihe Barbados Muaeum and
Historical society Is '.ess than one penny
per day. il is ihe duly ol all p..rents to put
by some of their pennies for support ol
this Institution. The effort will n
NEWS IIIOM it It I TAIN
II.- Ift.%1 III ll>llM HOIM IMS
LONDON ink through ilu- Immigration Dt-
-

< .11..Il.i. ILL. I
, BOUDt -'
1 i ol th dollai area, is equally
to ia-uu within U*
under Uui part >f British life Nalurjilv
oonatal of .n .luthoniy trui B >.. .inderstanj
ciallsls 00 .-, COOK .. .
> realise lli-l superiority at Uiv tame
AIIlev's words were ]orit. of the people of Ihe -i.,
labour Party laha Bull

eign ports There is not much
r. Work-
w
ihe British Lab-

l.-k.-ti OB M an mi Maf-righieoUl
several reaped Hi h Ml Caaunonwatritfa Uvi la badu mi

kbit ("i pin- guoges from our own. I
il the pamphlet Mthei Brtl prefers unity witn Social
ihe .in. i- um racUlb consckw Europaai* f.....,,,> Conferti
lui mkI ebullient Di Hugh Dalian of South Africa rathe* Inaa like racenUy. in .i ggeecfl h
thai Uii i
nUnanl rti. > -sk raeUM Labee
ar i re ui ibid |
leafing with the Fiench peak! igad U Nat ..
M .i Continental
i ta agreement with Ha Franca ipaakln fag a ,
,n government The reaction of tan) The answer IO these reason- British upeii<>ni> :
the wide arortd i<> iru- pairgjkHlel ..i i> doubter! freei act I i
.i m (.nt Um Inetin Ttaa Scbumari Plan, for piuiing
, i 11 bi :. ii Qai -
othlng Hi..! wo ii.i dai
Lho Brl
i.l Km- Bullish instincts i>f tin- i ......i,
.-,:
yxid-artda eonunerca ol
-i &gomrm wealth
md from British people overaeas,
,t thai w re inn i
Ki o' 'nil) with Kuropi
think Britain would Ncorne .< smaU, bul
pOWl 'pf BO null
itM-if m
'
f the SOI i
nl "mi uf Cot

We Whe Mutter
lo tin ..... Britain >
. r Um
i md "i the Euro-pea
n how wa
i neighbour Slru
.s .ii w* ,' national pi i pli crowded U
i ol Iba European eontl
iUi bUmh neighbouring counUiai nenta, and BtruggUng i< keep pace
v i ndapandanl nation
.(Tiimumiv hut this is DO more wnh the (treat resources
hail an .ilii-im.- with n'.'n-i gov- German)
i
ith France is coniplchiv A) UM HUm UrOS,
lacking rhi- Gerroani did lhali atroog daalre btra to make cot
In! in 1U4H to split Britain from nioi. eaUM wlUl Eun
the I until.. i l" tries. Anytmv who wk
l..rt> 1!
i juhc with tin- doctrinaire
. .
i*ie nrat place, tl
meai i ng.on his
chatne wnhout Baking us nm?
a- can he

i., pal forward .< plan without
having 'i.,
i planners

between
0j two itUtudi iiu nn I is the
Oovarn-
ncnt at bottiK asked I
.1
. undei the i onl i I
the hh", '" Fr*^wh
''..-I v..n *im
not No < Burope Is i mlng, can look .it UM
make |H i. rtlj map ..i.o sw Tlinl
a oui finniiiv neighbouri Amer- long wtth Um countriai on Um ~
rial! Conttnenl will i-- dtractty In um
Cnglund tii.it we aa pan ol Europe Wa Um United States and the
British represi ittvi Phi
:.iTI It
('XprcsRod toy the Foreign < WBi
exehnnge of notes irtth thi
i-ivernment. Oni Q< am
metre also promised u> watch the

Are rougotni to Europe IhU Union. Our fate is tied with JMJ",;
Summer- I, b not lhal ,1,- Ma of UM COOtoMnl Oj EUTOp-
Pranch or Dutch or Belglar Since war against Communism Is ,n ;
... nn internal war against ,. .
top of the hus, he would miv tht the conditions that make Commu- lfVSSCd , ho|() binrt( pr|nt or
good allies with whom imni und a.struggle to huildarmies nw g Df is anonynmia piinpbiet
-No SfHijllst Pnrty with Ihe pros
[ormlng Go*)
i,\ whlcti
.1 policv
i 11 i lupra -
E tn hu
the e
we agree, fundamentally, and to
Who "ill nut let us down because
they will do ;is well us they can.
' ,.'tin on the Con-
tinent are welcome enough, but
they do not Impbi that Britae.
identities hareaU wnh Burope, Th
have t' take that int.
account Thr, know that our at-
titude ;> tin- CcrnmonwealUi i- on
i ditlereiit plane to OUT attitude
to Euo.jie We ure part of tne
CfHIimm ealth. and m>t H' '
i-i:;- EmlgraUon from Britain
has lieliied Thousands are pass-
to huild
defend oursstvas, fa
Burope may '* the oniv
ble way So. tO tth
of u-. taderauoa wlUt Burope
.hie aim and the main-
c of the itrong baa a 10
arnonwealtti at an .. iniUiorlt
nveanah, wonU heva rssrnnont am"
I in: dangerous Ki'i
poUUclans to trample cm Thei'
i- loiiilirt enough and dOUbl
enough in the feelings of every
voter to mean that the poUttckUt
does some harm which > .
be Meps.
octtf and wouM
...',. r
worker* "
A little earlier in Hi. pamphlet
the Party Executive had admitted
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NOTES OX A4.IIH I I 11 III
Ky CCs KKKKTE
At Bay
Weather Weather condition*
luring Um month of May were
/cry satisfrtctory and the rainfall aaceasM oi a^Mssauas
(-,'. , ,im i aaa in um
maiOrit) Of districts there were lesumed and crops of yams. In-
on which dian and Guinea corn, sweet po-
rn in fell The heavlesl I II urtoaa and aardan vagaletiioa to be
.i.....i the Ird, miv MKri and pwrued.
Iln Saxar t'ne Ky the end of the
luoiitli. the reaping M UM rnatuN
Ing lo rainfall returns re- sugar earn- rop ami all but com-
" averags total pieted on peasant plots, thi lho
inf.ill for the Island Inr th '.\lu-le. Melds appear to be higher
oath was 0.59 Inchai than was estimated at the begin-
p.mil wlU IM inehas fOI May, mug vt ihe reaping season The
I'.UH. Ihe average for May ("i ihi- voting plant and ratOOO CSIMi an Uv< Bl U I atSl
past 100 year.-. greener and growing mere vigor- cludm :ud animals aim yoonsj
)i" I :i eat I fOI OUaly than la usual at ihis time stock burn during UM inontn.
alsj 1980 .is 10.03 Inches ra- ofUMyeai Bavan bundrad and twenty-two
corded at a station in the high- (Joiivn Cotton gn i o- gailaoa of ioiir ware nroduoad
lands of St Thomas, and the low1- operated with the Department In Twentj young pigs aren I
est ms 3.49 inches registered observing UM t'lu-- Beaaon. Some Kolanical
at a station in the parish have ahead, cmnmeme.i prepai Sugar t ane s^edliiie*. T Ii
of si Jamra The average atioiis foi planting Um next crop moJingS in poti in Um clsterni ai
total for Ihe Island for Uio Trrr Crops. The fouowini CodTUlgton ware i i
UM J'l'st Ve.LI Sun.
Wursarj to Ap"
ul some Of the Btg1
* oiiu. wnan Us i i rop was
reaped earij an I the .< ..i= piuugu-
get ......i 'loves
na band (ultlvaUon was
carruM out, the planting ot foou
crops, especial 1) yanu Indian
corn and rouno pro-
,, n i Uvantage wu
taken Of tng UWI of tllw
ppiy nltrogeni i
Lmg canes during
tin month.
i.ivesUN-k. ai tne end ot Ma>.
User .. total of i^ bead u
Tree
Bvo-monlb periiMl January lo May ' "it-> weie m .,,. i i ,
II......pproxlmataty 10.00 lnenas, " Um markets during %'.>
while that r i......ranaandlng hieadtruit. inanaoi |
period fin ! was 705 inches, conuts and bananas.
Sugar Cane. The harvesting nf >*** "d Ulse**r*. TnatS ware
the Old cop was contiiuied durltiK ''" complaints during Ihe inontli
the month, and nOM and hWtOI v OOO major pan has been the moth
relurn; ie,named sall>faetnrv lo '"Mr III young ealie ( onll.il i
msru CaSM actual vields have ex- I"*'"' ll'e di'tnbulloTi
ceaded up-to-date crop estlrnstaa "' moth i pai
A numbei of factorial completed utaDtstrict StaUom
operaUons during the t.xlens
month, I
ably not !> completed until the
proxmiately L't.t..... .vei. planted
iii Um nm n 1,000 In a Bhofl
> : \ Yc.il Se-,1
Seleel HeegUag I rial. I'M. Us*
of ma Iriali waa UM Baled Seed'
n trial at Mount
WQton, and Ihii was cut on th
1th Maj ii 1121
followed hi B.412
EaitaasUaa Hark. Ihe 1 i
UBJtrurton vMti .,. , , ,,,...
ml holdngsand 10 ichool .l(11 ,,, . ,,,,., U;1.
garoans during too menu. Elgin W9 l(,M, .0 I(li, ,.,.,.
ngo tree, wen lop-workad on tl(t. ,,., ,.
aaled by Zi
Bavan rile n i-
ere earapst lea OUiei an lo bi
I jndred and .....tty UaM
Iritgetlea. Undei the Colon ded during tt
Development and Welfare [rrtaa- montti. Prull trees delivered t.....
potatoes, but ihu lion Scheme, peasants contil ad I oUowi
Ihi rentei p< rtlnti of to ,,.. vltfa tl
these crops will not (*.. ,11 ried out Mallatiott of new hit Ol UlgS *:*. LUlM 133; Lemon 6
until the reaping of the sugar with repairs fa) and extern S lock 4; P '* Watei LCmOi
. KUtlng unlti Cant .: Grape 1;
a large I 94; Mand..... 0; Pomelo i
bar of applications which < i , t; I Wen Apple I
f Jure The l.lti'ht i 'in
of the crop fa Um i quA
... .
The young i ane crop, i-ith plan*
. made 'i!
......ith and
in exceUeni condition.
Borne ftl Ids were plai
ompleted
lVasaiu V;!!. iiIiiim
I'ihmI Crops. Owing to the fie-
iii.-i.' well distributed anowers
rail during the month)
planting ol
ml i lobj throughout the
This break in ih drj
tmue to be
crop Haetsaadrv, The resplni
of i>. 1041 cane i i"i w*
it mpleled at all Bl
Ad of May. It!
ii obtaining the use of plough
uihled hand cultivation m bo have held up plant mi: programmes

Four iii.
i ei uil i
Ibuted.
; .
idso distributed.
Thai Wifkfd Wickel-Or
Was If.
If* Vvtrr If.Mo.,
LONDON. June 15. 1950.
NOT gj i Harold Larwood sad
rua 'body-lint' UtwlinH" has a Test match
aroused so much controversy as the one just
completed at Old Trafford between England
and the West Indies. Much has already been
written about it; much more will undoubted-
y be written in the future.
A | bg wicket really so bad? Was it dan-
[CVOUI lor batsmen9 Should the Test have
>een played on it? These are questions on
i cement may never be reached. But
om an English point of view perhaps 1 can,
irt oul one or iwo of the answi i
i he eatfsent point to emerge from tlie Oul,
TTailord match was that whatever the con
dltion of ihe wicket. 998 runs were scored.
No one can possibly deny then that run-mak-
Ing end quite heavy run-in.lUnfj are poealble
Ah. but I can hear you saying. "Yes, bul
look how the batsmen had to light for their
rung." And my reply is why shouldn't a
batsman have to light for his runs. Surely
f he is worth anything at all he should be
prepared occasionally to bat under difficult
conditions instead of having all bis runs
.served up to him on a sun-baked platter
H hi< ti peassag as u wicket,
What matter if one or two reckless individ-
uals Ihrew away their wickets by rank bad
stroke play. The fact remains that JefT Stoll-
meyer. John Goddard and Gerry Gomez for
n ,\.i indies and Bill Edrich, Len Hutton.
Godfrey Evans and Trevor Bailey for Eng
land proved it was possible to make runs by
Ihe exeuise of a little caution.
Their efforts should have proved once and
for all that the wicket was not impossible
Dedding whether or not the wicket was
suitable for a five-day Test is another matter
entirely. Here, I am one of the lirst to agree
with Wesi Indies skipper John Goddard when
he says. 'This was not a live-day wicket."
But it is necessary to enter into the matter
more fully before saying that the Test shuuld
not have been played on such a wickel. The
immediate question which presents itself is:
"What is the right type of wicket for a live-
day Test?
If it is one which shows DO grealer sign ol
wear on the last day than n *lul on the lirsi.
then I am all against live-day wickels. And
I am equally sure that Goddard would sus-
tain the objection.
Indeed, he iias told me that he is all in
favour of a wicket that will give the bowler
some assistance. But his contention is that
the batsman should also have a chance. Let
the bowler start reaping his harvest later in
the game and let the batsman get his runs
while the going is good.
Goddard's urgurnent is that in a live-day
match the wicket could quite reasonably be
expected to show signs of wear on or after
the third day and not before. I am inclined
to agree with him.
There were nearlv two days of play remain
ing when the last wicket fell at Old Trafford
and there is absolutely no doubt that had
England had to finish the match in three days
they could have done so. A declaration ai
lunch time would have given them sufficient
time to bowl out the opposition before the
close of play.
And this is where Goddard's argument
receive., u.s strongest support. Why bother
to allocate five-day matches when it is fairly
obvious from the beginning that three days
are going to be sufficient. The Old Trafford
wicket would have been far more suitable
asi summer when the New Zealanders were
here than under the present circumstances
Goddard has also claimed that the wicket
was dungerous and that had any fast bowlers
been available lo make use of it the local
hospital would have been kept busy running
ambulance services to and from Ihe ground.
The way the spinners were able to make the
ball kick is in itself another argument in sup-
port of his claim.
Ai the same time il is only reasonable !
point out that the wicket was so obviously
suited to spin bowlers that Etudand left oul
Alec Bedser and the West Indies omitted
Prior Jones, both speed-merchants, in favour
ol two slow bowlers and that neither captain
had any real need for a pace man.
It is possible, 1 think, to ayn pstl lag with the
Weal Indies Old Trade: i bHU> a new
and unpleasant aapei em Bo refreshing
was il for us to sec .i Test match played |o .. definite
conclusion that we may have ov irlooked trie short-
comtnga of the wicket And 1 let! Ihii wa
i laklng things just a little bit too far.
B) all means have tickets that are going to pro-
luce irsnlts in three oars Heaven know* how
bowlera have had to iweat without any help In
;. .i i \o days are nllocotcd to h
let match then let us make it live-day Test and
. e-.md-a-bit day farce!
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OI'll III AIM IIS S.W
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M'.. "; I St. M on i teel ttwd and U n
Ji^llf Vostry | rurther < bji lion should I
llsried n report of a rtMeUng proposal A COfU ol UUl letlet U> Government,
under the capUon It too late lo was nlxo sent to tl i
ebjecl to the Steel Shixldeclgres Society On September 21, lii-lJt, In Noveml cr IB4P. ,i letter
"*J a from tlic ISi>ed by Ihe Civic Circh-. ma
At this meeting |e" | ..i. ; st Mlehad'a Veatrj that Arts nnd Crafts Society and Ihe
test from the Arts & Crafts So- tl. I , Ajenctltson of CuHun] SoclettM
ciety nnd the civic circle with n, ornelal conununlcauofl ith * sent to the Colonial Secreuri
regard to Hie ,: .,..,, , Ul(l p,.,,^^,, [(, ,..<., ., ,,nd to the Clerk ,.t ih, Vi II
ateel Bhed In Queen a Park WST0 MV(>ri,| >teei ,| u Mlll UL(t ,m.d contiiinlng a proposal alt1
considered, and Members of the fW.\, .,, sl(MV,.l( .,. ,tv.u,.r to the erect ion of a second steel
Vestry- .,;... shed, which would pi vi>.
Objecilons to ihe erection ot uonal awegnmodgtton without in
iinnlher atcel shed at Queen Park A, B Meeting of the oieen's ny way destroying the ..meiuii. .
""*"* tn- entertained as per- lllllk Cominrttae of the Veati ?f Queen's Pert fte reply of the
STS. . y. V1*-?. K,vcn "** "l i-,i"
-EJ.Y !!i^" -Ji1 .".'' ,hp Crete Circle the Arts and Inwwlsdgad the rce
ment gives the imores.io., th.it th, nf r,lltu,.,, s.Kie,-< n iw pen
\>i
protest on Ihls subje, : i tthcAg-
rrection of thr aecond I tor^Uie erectir-
>- waa almost
plate,
Ii. SeptemlxT 1148, when th
Agrlculturol S
erect a secoiul steel shed
Thi-
ii r the Agricultural B*
d from th< ....
laUng that it had given Tin
for the anetton
The letter :, ; \
Crafts Se. .: in thr
raotfoi
.'. 'neb n ii bj Um

further letter dated April 28. 1950
Queen's pi.rk appeared In...... that Um
Ait- and Ci aftl So.-iet.
to the erection of a second tee'
hed before | ermlaalon for its
erection was sou^nt by the Agri-
cultural Society. It has contiiuied
k tlona fn m B> i
1946 until April 19511. This is inn
a case of trying to ghul UM ltae>
dix'r after Ihe I
stolen.
O. M WHITK i Pre..dent)
Harbario* Art- A Crafts Societ,
June 1!2. 1950.
Smng fcofftll
r P..- ytuTtr. Th. ,ldi.;r,ltc
SIH 1 am asking you to .illow
-.' tnose "f you
I ion
nudra a pectsJ eft.....end
the song recital I
Faulkner at "Ws*
day. June 2fl. at H 10 p iii
Ml< Faulknc
Barbados with
vanced publS I
lot appeal
on her bei
.i high raputatlon In Me* York u
In other West Indian colonies
eggful.
Through Ihe kind CO-
of the British Council, tickers for
M : i I - -l maj be obtaineo
at "\Vakei,eld "
CK III/IW MATTHKWS
Rotiy Seriet.ii i. Asvoclatiou
of Cultural B0
Jin a 13
HiHirny!
To Th,- Editor, Thr Aril I
SIR.Hip. Hip. Hurrah! for
'i Queens
Parti i an nothing to do with
ling of the beauty of me
Park" but l an eagerly looking
a hen both
s .1 be used almull
by Parties of different Political
lUS several Loud Speakers
and thousands of followers. Of
course the resident* ol I
Street und Constitution will not be
able to ob(ect as they did not pro-
test before Ihe new Shed arrived
In Ihe Island Here i-. a:-him;
them "a happy night's rest" on
such an occasion.
ADRIAN DELANEY.
Hvlmont Road,
June 21, 1950.
LETTtilts wheh arc signed with a nom-de-plume. but onacrom
panled by Ihe customary b-nvi fldra. will he Icnorrd. Many surl
iif Ihe necessity for Ihe unier'- name to be known to thr Edltoi
reach the Editor's desk each week, and readers arr jciIii remindetl
not for publication, but aa an assurance of |ood faHh.
ATTENTION HOUSEWIVES
NEW ARRIVALS
III Our I in lislliiiU III |il.
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IN I.INrA & COTTON
PRINTED GLAZED CHINTZ
ALSO
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IN PLAIN ((il.ol'KS
AND
111.111 PLASTICS
IN -
VAItll Ii DB8IONS
DA COSTA & Co.. Ltd.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
GODDARDS offer these---
bod
^Specials
... -
For It, ,,,l,i,,,i
ll I \HI\
ait tpi m i
MlFFBTg
it \t n\
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in i k in pkn. < mi FOOl
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SATURDAY. Ul'VE 24.1)30
BAIiKADOS ADVOCATE
PACE FIVE
244, Wanted
To Become
Policewomen
12 PASS XAM.
The c ax roa UN \i
WO II.N la MOd m appli-
cations to Col B 1
Cfaumunooner ol Pnlicw. wiih
jmuig ;he 1.,...
of Po! no women, *a> well jn-
mnd
Two hundred and forty-eight
BBpllcanta crowded the District
'A' Station on Wednesday and of
thwt 30 were selected to alt an
examination which took place al
10 a in on Thursday.
Of the 30. II m
turn up at the Central Station
on Monday next for a further
interview with the Commissioner
of Police From "MM ihc EoUI
moat suitable will be selected to
lay the foundation for the local
branch of Policewomen
DRIVERS RENEWING THEIR
LHtNlIN this year are
afforded better accommodation
than last year. The office to which
they apply is larger and b
standing, they are provided with
Mats, and also magazines to read.
BRIDGETOWN WAS WET ..m
gloomy yesterday. Dark
clouds gathered in the sky and
the temperaturethe lowest for
the weekwas only 82' Fahren-
heit in the Shade.
RAIN BEGAN TO FALL from
parly yesterday morning and
Intermittent showers were ex-
perienced throughout the day.
The amount of planters and man-
agers visiting the Qtj
were all pleased with the early
rates.
During Thursday and up to
6 a.m. yesterday, rain was re-
corded in every parish except
St. Joseph. St George with 40
parts recorded the heaviest while
the total rainfall toe that period
was one in. h ind 77 pail
Other i. turn! BrOre Cttj '"
parts. BUiUon Hill District n
parts. St. Philip 13 i
Thomas 11 parts, St Peter 12
parts, st jamea nine parts, St
John ten pan St An i,. ... |fl
parts, and St. Lucy five parts.
T*HF. MEMBERS OF THE
1 BARBADOS District of the
St. John Ambulance Hrigade will
attend a Divine Service at S(
Michael's Calhedr^l at II a.m.
to-morrow.
A recording of the Annual
Commemoration Service of the
Order of SI John, which will !*
held at Canterbury Cathedral.
will be broadcast from 9 3(1 to
10 p.m. to-morrow over Radio
Distribution.
For those who have wireless
sets this Service may be heard on
2553 and 31 55 metre bands on
Sundav from 9.30 nm
"-pHE FRONT WHEEL. FORK
X and left pedal of a bicycle,
owned and ridden bv Joseph
Dowries of Hunts Street, were
damaged In an accident along
Tudor Street recently
Also Involved was motor "bus
S-58. owned bv the Leeward 'Bus
Company and driven by Cyril
CarrnJohael of Mile and Quarter.
St. Peter The running board of
the 'bus was damaged
AN ACCIDENT OCCIRRED
on Westbury Road recently
between a bicycle owned and
ridden by Erville Seale of Good-
land. St. Michael and another
owned by Oswald Inniss of Dea-
cons Road. The front wheel of
Seale's cycle was damaged.
SO FAR THERE ARE TWO
known Evertnn VfMkos M
present one is in England imash-
ing up runs for the West Indies,
while the other was charged here
yesterday for the unlawful pos-
session of a quantity of yams.
TWO MOTOR CARS were in-
volved in an accident along
Hastings Road. Christ Church re-
cently. One was owned and
driven by Bertram Evelyn of
Navy Gardens, Christ Church
while the other was driven by
Darnley Pilgrim of Bank Hall.
The front bumper, right front
fender, head lamp and radiator
of both cars were damaged
IIAVNKS: Ml p.m.
TIREE-VEAR-OLI) Gotland
Layne of Brinon* Hill
struck bv a 'hit and run cyclist
while plasm,; artttl OthSf Kirls a
McCleun'> Gap. BriUona Hill, re-
cently. She was slightly injured
SF.YMOl'R GRAHAM I 1'til
Ity Village, reported the loss
of a tropical jacket from the Pro-
gressive Club. Rouen Village
Help The Boys' Club
Says Police Appeal
Tilt' PI HJC1 rith the
erection ol a nui^\ Square calling for support
|<| U* which is dis-
uttached to the Trail
Thi.s is but one pha the Police are
making to ytt the club fui m possible It
- may be launched early next month
SIR ALLAN
GRANTS
PETITIONS
IN the COOTl of O
tcrdi.v His Honour
1 Sir Allan Collymore,
granted the pal
Irene Goodridge of Bank Hall
Mad, St Mich.id. tc
of in i late husband, A

Mr E K Wall : K
etrurted bj Mi u V
lbs arm ot Cai
tpB) BTCd for the pSttUoUSI
Also panted >
Charles Chri-lopnoi
JackmanS. St Michael la lb
sstats ^i?h ail] sai i -
father Allan Al.l 9
Jackman's. The will was admitted
to probate on May 26. 1950.
namrassntlns. lbs I
Mr. D ll L VTai
by Mr It. S. Nkfaotll
Hi- .'i .[., i ,.-.
bate the
late of St Michael, fephus Aus-
tin cieophus Brathwalb
St. George; 1 j
b r st. i
Hi- Honour
sealing of Probate of Ihc erlH ol
Kiel.-i,, Ri ff
Hastings Hob I
foniiei ly f V.
B.C. who died
England.
The arlll m pn v
.: High <
Application fi i re-sealing ,%.i
made by ft
Sugar Factory
Runs Operating
Theatre
IMPORTS
YESTERDAY
AN ample supply of Portland
cement arrived in the island yes-
terday from Liverpool by the S.S.
Tactician
Foodstuffs such as mixed vege-
tables, tinned vegetables and
sauce, oatmeal, spaghetti. soup_>
polled meat pastes, cod roe. blr-
cuils and OVSltlnS were discharged
In moderate quantities by the
esses)
The Tarlicion also brought sup-
i f hlakey snd dry gin
Over 0O bags of copra and 3.1
drums of edible oil arrived from
st Vincent yesterday bj the *-
queen.
The BWqnivn took 24 days*
ailing from St. Vincent here,
during which time it encountered
rough weather. Captain King told
the "Advocate'' thai h 'ell con-
tinuously and Wind blen heavily
during the trip.
The rSSSel is expected to lOOVt
port on its return vovage to St
Vincent on Monday.
HASSETKKKE. June 23
The BaeBBtarre I
is building up lb
to include opera'.. IPPOI
CUV Itti
Owing to the overcrowding ol
he Cm
A. W. Lake successfully pei
liinneil a major operat:u
acute appeneucitia upon Went-
worth Funks, a FSC
nt the Factory Fust An
on Thursday. '1 :
operation ever to lv p"
at the centre. Tnli
loom nottgh for three
apart Irom the nurses' quarte**!
Two more opentlrna iH i"
perfurineti 00 Thur* f.iv 22.
In addition to the Plrsl W
Centre there is a Social Welfare
Centre and Club opSSkSd onl
th ago. Tin-. Welfare <'
is equipped with |
lavatories, hoi and oold watai
baths, the very be*
lory workers twi
lO the ch. i hi plav
11 sort* of indoor or outdoor
gamea and buj reft
oaeap rate, awers Thuisdaj
evening einemu shows are held at
the Welfare Centre
Largest Ifospital
in It.WJ.
FOR UjC.WJ.
K1NC.S1
Preliminary work has b*-en
started by the Water <
on the construction of s new
reservoir which will lupply watei
the University CoUege ol lha
West h.
Site of the reservoir I
mile and a half aboes the northern
end of the lh i '
in the moanflmi Svi hundn
ffortanen are burrowii
roundal
blocks for the lai
the llritish We.t Inin
basoning hospital of the 1
it. colfi sa By Deo
BacUlttei
ind w:it.> -'"ii bedi
will be ready. Thla mi
while the hospital
take 500 Uxis ami whllS
such as X-Haj i
departments, etc.. will be large
enough for a N
shortage of fundl
down ward blocks to tal
200 be-U for the time i
The Hospital ism
(north) end ..f Moiia I
. aetlmated at ta
but when eauipped II
of the hospital should b)
$3.650.0(H).
The original plan for a 500 be.i
hospital had b. l- pared becau*-
r rocketing building ebai i
hleh greatly bh rsassd
estlmntes.
Dr. AH manSurreys
Livestock
1 | n.itht at B ..clock
: stage a concert at the
'-.idquarters on the Bar-
raek Square in support of the
loo. and on this occasion there
will be an illuminated notice Tike
lha 0SM In the Square, i
lo the pound Ottaara

time at suitable sltes-
Tbe Commissioner of p
thai there
smm from
the publu abaea the raU went out
RM ii-lp lot the club
i number of &
'.I and a number

:.. h B luh A
ii.:i t fron vsrl-

nier.
:
verj helpful
Of Club .vi!l Ix- to the
boy and how Instruments! ll will
1 I od along the
right lines, (hay would be only
lOO willinp to offer then support"
The building which will house
being re-painted
va ma the resjag-
a ho will occupy it.
re looking forward to the
day," said the commissioner.
olul will be
launched m other parta of the

Kt would be
Coi irUaeioner
I anml the Imv to teg.ird
; and no)
n "ben he
ratnei than run from
him '
the pro-
Ight'a con-
re i a] and light music
with soloist., baritone songs by
Wood, the Hand's male
-.etch ''Heard ut
an bv members of
the ymi'c; a Oymnasdo Dis-
pUp with Pyramid Formation
a grand Musical
the 135th
Hattle of
hi which the famous
the Iluke of Wellington
With h<- oopa v,ill
pSl i
'Mac/lines
Are Better"
Says Planter
.MX HAN1CAL i,l
showed ll elf to be iroei
Mr. Sandiford.
ii and Vestryman of St
told the Advocate

.
terday.
When the mechanical tillage
equipment is at the (ob. Mr
11 said, 30 inches of the
soil is overturned. The labourer
seldom disturbs more than H
.vith his fork. Afler
h.n.ical tillage, the earth ab-
l the a rter when heavy
raina rail but ifb i manual tlll-
aater i i U i
liken back up by
Ground pi > Inn and yams
hke a deep soil and
an i grown in land
tilled i' luipment Is
kftCh bigger than yamj
lied >oii.
I t dlfbrd abe said that
oethod of contour irrl-
_ nm decidedly better than
the previouau used methods as
ii previ nts more of the sod from
U-ing washed away.
The.
..rind... Advornle Cci
KINGSTON, June lit
n Jamaica to CM
Of the livestock industry
of the Csribl>can Commission i
Dr. Bichard T A
the United Nan.
Agricultural OrganlsatHM H<
nved here on llonda) from i'
Sold Without
Ueenoes ^2
\ ...-, u| Mr C 1 D
Walwyn, City Police
was yesterdai
Honours of the Assist
Appeal, Mi G i. Taylor and
i ii a Vaughan, Then. Hon-
ed a < Bee brought by
igamsl Florence Burke
M. i Hill al.e)
rum on M..- 6 without
i ivmg a lioance Mi Walwvt
l .....aM.n]

i, ii Adam- represented
ll Mr W W Keen
;h.it they
Burk
;hat she kept a club an i
id. man t I .
StoiY GaUroBne:
Pal On Bond
Glbba of Sprint <.
Ml prot>ation for
the mm of f.5 yeaterdav
Worship Mr. B. Griffith
m guilty of steahng a
i i from Shell Petroleum
lune 20.
area valued at
Olbh waa aeaa by >
'

, i riven Ii to him
the policeman Insisted
Ii take him to
see ban the can
' nt gasoline. Gibbs got panicky.
at the Cost of tl
'

Assoc. May
Build Weather
Station
nih VEATHD affl ta
JUSt topic of
will be something tl
will take a greater intei.
get a better knowledge of. it the
.
rare' Asao-
iation arc achk
n *bnh held it
l1
has for Chairman Mr C C SW >
.>f Agriculture \ let
Chairman is Mi I
. ie Mi C ali
i
tin; II Is pi i pared to co-operate on
.; Govern" < I .nganisa-
tion in tl. preparaUoo and daa>
'
bating to i
a lh< distill h.iiicc-
Its objt i mote the
hangs of
knowledge indmdualh acquired
by members the
Irculst
I nation ol
Ihei
organi-

.

and maintaining or bv
with the equlpmeni and malnten-
icc of ^ meteorological
The aaaodanon ami il
encourage the general public of
the island to take . wider Interest
in. and to acquire a erealer knowl-
wsather eondltlona
Hai hados, bj
HURRlCWt: TALKS
IN MARTINIQl /
^Ps
.
rOHT DE FRANCE, June
M Pierre Trouilk afartinlque, I
the rnggfl in tii
k rn Caribbean, and of oil si mat>
i I'm aidem
Commraalon i\ ol the kiternati
n 1Ui rnee-tfaigj, nonaored by the i
misaton, which Is j ;
servitvs. :> in, > od to be 11 Id in the leaf in Cai
The Oral conterence t"'k place m Barbs
1 i-ar.
In his OD.: \i
recalled that a'
N)ue era

mounttni i,ih.
It i> indeed
i lassura, ha
Preach Qovei unani ... .
1

Tenth M. | .
aatf, i can only ..<% thai i bd
,:h .itiv honoured to -
.ii the m. itatlon ol i>i
dsTfer,-1
'JMJST IHitit / 00-
| \ IRISH s||||-Mr\T Of
-PI (UNA POI LTIU CIHiWS
Qst a*eae >uppi> ;rum
II J\--iN JON1S A HI. l.TII
I)i.lril)ut4*r<.
"a%
_____
organised lacturi |
linn .if iiitahla il- '* !
Her BbmUSJ
M Tl Hills, ,- lUng of thi
i of meteorologs.
"France can claim bar share ir
lopmsnl The for
rology Ihelude u- Vi i -
ner, the BSWMMHUer, who w.i-

thod and
rosogleaj charts,
country, th. .
erature and co-operating with
such aodetlsi ... may u most
suitable in the display I photo-
graphic, dlagjramattc and other
authentic lecords
w7eathsi records uiii u- <.i-
ected, prepared and furnished
City Gutters
Are Still
Dirty
A CASUAL inspection nf the
guttei i in tb ...
after the rain fell, ahowed thai
there were ^ull btta of paper,
banana and mangp slUna snd othei '' gauisatlon
'
muddy itresuns ol watei arhich
"
bile there was a i lea
ii the other Mii-
iii spue of the beavj shown
hich fell yesterday, the gutieir
i and around Milk Market srere
BUod arlth heap
htavea, blbi -if rottsn trull and
and were ph i led Ii od i m 'ions b.
various klnda of dofarai which
the psaaage of the water
Tl KUtteiK ,.. . .,.: Sir 1*1
pre anted a bettai
ero washed by the large
Btreana of water which had
ckly collected while
fell. Those m the neighbouring
alleys were still dirty, for a large
heap of mango skins was blocking
the passage of the water in .me
lley. while in another several
small heaps of fruit shells and abraw areeg ooUectsd
both sides of the guttei-
"Reckless
Driving
Must Stop"
-MAGISTRATE
"THIS reckless and fa Ml
ing must stop, it Is dangerous and
must stop," His Worship Mr. Ii,
Griffith told Ivan Lynch of lrou\
Hill, St. Thomas yesterday when
he lined him 5 for speeding on
Constitution Road white driving
the motor car M285 on May 3.
The speed limit tor this road l
20 miles per hour and the police
said that the car w being driver
over 30 miles |er haul
Another driver Arthin Ida rf
of st Andrew
by the same Magistrate for driv-
ing a loaded lorrj M 234 m
Black Itock Road the rpesd Un
for which Lh 20 i i
t 37 and a half miles per houi
Both of these men wen I
nr.i.n .i to pay the eoal
both fines are to I* paid U in
days or in default two ".....Ul
imprisonment with hunt laboui
Edwards offence was eommltte.
on April 12
Decree
In ii,e Court for Dlw i
MaUimonlal Causes yasterday Mti
Honour the Chlel Jtl
Allan Collym....., p
averse nisi fa the ,l"' "f w
Petrtlonei i -\ i> a
'Vebstei li. |M.nl i '
Mi W W Reese! K.C., appear
ed for the petitioner, instructed
i ens Catford & c.
your work Administr.it.
alf, have spent I
anguish
< xparta pllrtlng the path of i
hurricane through I he Ca
cannot fail to ancoun
work hi ever} wej I ii h one ol
u requln id ihuih i
i ,! afhCsenl
leal network."
Mr Marx, repn nmtaUvi I
HO International Meteorological
organisation, lie i i .
[rot Di Roi
President .-f Regtoo i\ ol On
In'.ei nali..i;., '. i
i.anlsatlon. who. ow-iiit t.. pi- -
.. > t arork, attend lh*
\.
his mess...
International Msti on
feel thai much
been aocornoUshed suoa the
ceting in Barb*
: i am Miie that Improves.iienu
. iiii i,i ooma from Ua
endatlona ol thai Brat meeting.
i hope thai the Breather of the
....
is possible Without U]
. Ii.il.oice ..t NgtUn hi, D
delightful
i ii i en re hurricane
mi Mm*' prspi
leas to do
m any scri Both Mr Oullmat, Dire I
ni arvlea l
e Kn at b W< ti
French Quanta, and Mr. Law-
vnr w Cramei Be- atarj Oei -
ral of th. Caribbean Commla
smn. replied to the Ptt
dress.
in in repu Mi Oull
I know from experience
h,. peril ..i close i ilaborati m
a i telecnninuiiii-
itinn aaperta, and n i
cordiality which > h iractertaei
ids the working
thereto*
orried about the oub m
.- I'. de France,
and i fuarai
III It.nh.id..
1 .., ,i Ital In
j .. qui tkm "' 'be co-
vdlnatlon of Ihe hurri
bjj eat h ngth. and
Bvera A the recommei
relating U tbh q
, |e then Iyaw Bit!
di. how-
bw point I
ants I

,,,., M.UI ocoupj our allen-
Ihree days allot-
Umj t" I is msetlng
Mr. Lawience W Cramer.
.
..... Carl ' i
. i b to -i i Nl1 p
cct.il itc* ipl
your Oovi
. Martin-
ique .. i ffectl
ii

t
Btn "g in fact that
portant banefli U

jven I'*
...... ..,,., i
i event ot
. ,
Tlie Commission i
, an agency linking to-
sjther the work Of UIS various
cai ""I '''i'"1
..

ndsriss win tmiK'
7 DA YS
TO RAISE
POTICK"

anothsr an
left (or the salv.oiui,;
T.itick". .,.
iieni made I" !... .-,
be muse
limn the C.mt.
end ut m
Bslvaglng li an i
Ancanec aaaattfa
owner and. up b
trials have been made during thu
month.
Judging from the masts, thi
I'.duk- has leaned more to Hi
Starboard side and has gone a I. a
more
ichi
into the
Id
They Did
Not Stop: 10-
HERBERT LAYNI ., puatmuu
"i the )v>, st Michael end John
YsorwDod nf Qoodland wen
both Bned in end i costs to
i
111 when the) .i|......t
before His v. Mr. H. n
charged will
railing lo BtOO at maim
1.1'in'-; offence was committed
on May B and rearwood'a on
Maj ik
1 It] t in bteyele M71
eminent Hill to W. 1
the atuda al the cornet
r Welches be Hopped I
..1 ,,.i ..ii
PC
him mil sahi when he Udd Layne
thai he was antng ' repori h m
'. d him h> i'.'.

i ing m. in, m i
M0333 when his Offence Was
tted lie never atspped
......: Into Eagle Hall from
Mbirk Rock Road
S. American
linys Ascot
\\ inner
Ll IND) )N Jun
An unidentified Soutl
i has bought the Dnch-
aaa of Norfolk's 9-year-old coll
Qerrick," wlnnei "f the Qusen
Uum SI ....
I I....... (S) he l
ni the be i nor* i i> .\.
i.
ri:. {mm. ha a price
paid In dollar "Qan li k h bj
' dham*1 oul of "Hi i
He ha
'..it- .1 and li.i only
i Ut Of the lint
three Keirr
Spoon Shoot
PHI B......lo Rifle I
. ..t el lha

If tb
is Ume than will be i
.....*
...


\
i

lit

(ri.lv
ONE
bicycle
in iIn'
world
an lies this
mark of
perfection
Tb* Humbcr irlc.narh J
Is ywui bnm 11 quUlv.&a* DpCBiaikC idJ
unrivalled. urcath Tb
Variani leasaacaaaUt*
bKyclr carrim dui muk at
daiiiK-ooo
llimiBER
Thi' lrl.rl of all IH.ycU,
IIAKKISON'S
SRUAD ST.
LOCAl AGtNIS
DIAL 116*
Mm o* ihihwuiiii
OHM I- OK l,o ul*R
SPECIFY
..
EVERITE"
ASBESTOS-CEMENT
CORRUGATED SHEETS
AND
..
TUfllV/ILL
ASBESTOS
WOOD.

d charRed
ei
What's on Today
Film Show it Hnti-h Tnun-
rll at 9 30 am
Merlin-: of the llou-int
Board at 1S3S am
Yacht K.cini t'arlUlp Bay
roller Band
Kni.nuloii *
I ....th. I!
I p.m.
au-Prince.
Dr. Allman la on u tour of the
i
[Barbadoe, British
dad. French Guiana. Dui
janO. Guadelour
land a number ol
-gokPFTTaves
j Sailing undT i
! vessel N. W. Bay fir Pueago II
I oiKht
The Gakr" calU
ll Honours fined
Ith & AtweU tl
. and Smith i,

"Aalvarate" .te"- decision The ofTeno
i yesterday. -iimitted on February 27
OVERPRICED TEA
BO! (; i, TAYI-OR and
M A Vaughsn, Judfes of the
Courl of Appeal.
varied a decision of Mr H A
laagAetrsts
Mr Talma had fined
Smith i/ AtweU wliolaaala deal-
'. when
-; nlly of selling
Crosa Tra above the ached-


PACE SIX
HAKIIAIMIS AUVOCATi:
MTHKIIU J( MStt, ISM
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
-MDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG

at h&*t when its tme
*0 go to bcd 'm not
SlGEpv but when its
"im6 to g6t up i cant
- OPEN mv EVES
< m GOinG TO
' STAY MOVE C^OW
i the crtce Topi.v
>-. and Sleep
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
K. II. I'.IXXOX
WITH WHISPER IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE
7
MAC! i T0 VOU NOT TO
PnC**t M( yhil it K'At
U*0*MT (J.if-' m' .
\J*"Of vrn ti
7/
BRINGING UP FATHtR
BY GEORGE MC.MANUC
CUPOv-PLE-f* OCMT )
IWXE that Hoaer> cir ,
Pa?Esj tvc M'XKie--
>CU KNOW it CiVEt* we
A HEApACWS f ,
=*-> y?
ft
THE aUTOOff MA9 BEEN
MERE TWCE COO MS WOMEIV'
- ... ,,\* hk' VAv* I 4>j
R T f*V HH MST.L NQT
DSL"*VC AMV MORE ,______
iS-AND f
:
T lPOUT ]** *_-t"I
Of TV*A'( MAS MO**
: roue ' HOME
not to srr Li
RIP KIRBY
Kcmcmbc* this label I
IT IS ONLY PLACED ON GOODS OF RUT QUALITY
4I ways ask for
---------MORTON---------
STRONG PEPPERMINT
LOZENGES
\.S. BRYDEN & SONS
AGENTS.
LID.
How to Banish
RHEUMATIC PAIN
fiSK .. oJ by wfa J n (h.
W. Pm ahaJd be reaMted by *
baV;> When bidne)! fail, small atala
led,, hi II* purii *nd Ul-trx It. ntwUa
,.,..-.< i.uMi-I i.iti. ^...rilaV Int. b,
dartwi m f ammii
kw after taka*. IMd. Kidney PUU ara
Maeaff the kidci*. to drain awif N(M
rKU And pouaii Iran the bleed twit* u
quicUi u l-ioii- Pun Yaw i-.-I U dear. Pain .) faiihl
diaappeu. l. ukU> reiHO thai a^iiMf
etea> ul health *rnt feel m'l jiMff.
nasal mi th. ruum IMd. ICiaWtPgU
I raw eVaa ater* lo-dej. in (he |b blual
feAa -iil> (he red bands. Only ; lac
Urae Wtle al 40 pJU. ) fll
;---'-'-'.'- *--,--*,--'.*.-.*-*,*-*,*,**v-.
^ HAVE YOU GOT A !
I COLD or COUGH I
IF SO TRY
BROWNE'S
5 CERTAIN COUGH I
CUBE
rnl Couaha. S
re Tl.ri.at. 5
I
WITHIN a waste
at t- aaott.
SIR...IF TNaVM
S ANY OSi-AV.
X SMALL
notify'vou
PROMPTlV.
BY ALEX RAYMOND
' AND Ml WOWSN' BVSkTI
' TILu VI ahEQI hE
V WAS ISOiNQ!
't
..
THE PHA,\:.)M
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
ENcoue*6D ey the PvSM/ee,
AHP WIN THE TURCATOr SPEM-
MFAIW MAKEfiATIIISBAC*'* .
NEW ARRIVAL
LADIES' NYLON SWIM SUITS
AND
TWO PIECE COTTON SWIM SUITS
Hi:OAIIW.\t MllESK SOUP.
c^
1.1 \rm
I SOAPS
MTWmlAL LKAITUa LLNMVN SUMKJM -I I t nuiiilii
sBs&y
VOU an'i be NtHy in unless
you're cku Antfi. Not only
Uoc% Andrcwi provide i liuy "
rcfn>hing drink, ii takes good care
Of /it. r ( .7. .j.Jiwit too !
Andrews doe> In hlth-j;iviinj
work in four ai.i|vv It cleans the mouth,
settle, the stonuch, tones up the liver, and
tinally, gently clear, the bowel*.
Remember your Andrew-, when vou wake
in the morning. Abo, ai any ume during
the day, just take one teaspoonftil in a class
of cold water to make a cooling, refrcthing
drink.
Andrews uversait
'jTHE^IDEAL FORM Of'IaXATI^TS*
C CARLTON BROWNE ;;
Wholesale IteUll Irul*t ^
l^'S. Rurhutk St. Dial 2*13 >J
LOOK OUT
FOR COLDS!
GARGLE > U/cit/
jam
*W* mot
mt.M the
dry, raipi.
.1H..
Sl.MJnR to HMMl Feel a
wnmliin in pour throat? old
coming cm' Cirglc UattcflM '.'iiiscptic im-
mcdiiirly. DotBf M M] ud frtquendr
mar kct|> 4 cold Irom kciildk scrioui or help
ward it off. Lixi-iiiu- AadNStlfl rc-achv* way
back on your ilmui nffaCM^tUlfl million
of Kcrmi. |0|H the liftl tigs ol ."Id. xargli
l.iMeiuir and keep ii up it may tAte you a
iia*(>. cipentiic siege!
USTERINE 4nt;ieptic
(^jWeerirfd ufimfr /iff
fitters ty/ifo/ifo o$
dtAerimiiiatwii -/fietoof},
attfttc/aH-{/'(H/iitimS of
ATKINSONS
J
WO MMD ITHKI. LOkOM, IHCUND


MTlRim .11 m M ,,-,
CLASSIFIED ADS.
BARBADOS ADVWATi:
I'M.I SEVEN
t, k*sl M BBB.
M H.I
DIED

THANKS
i ik i
altendeJ ihr (.mil
t. Olloi, II' wreath., flow*!-*. rarU. nl
in any othei > <- Minv wlOi si
Albert., OllOtl ...*e

ttr.ila*rk K bS-ln
IN MEMOHIAM

Bnlort Allan i
.Not lost but aunr before,
lie lle* with ui in memory.
I OH SALE
AUTOMOTIVE.
r'llinr in good run.
'
Jaw). QM Hill
M I I ti
car-s ryllnahw lourm* chuwM
Cowm. a BBM Eating
CAM cup i|i Morn. <*< In goad
Prior irirmtblr Applv to
Moor*, icmw ol Paeuar mM
It .1 30 S 3n
11AI1UI ; lbs KM V In good i
dltion VM* n-tie ii-ed Apply J
Kmilr MrEnraniey l Co Ltd
M-M
FURNITURE
TABLE I
II- E Gowdey
MECHANICAL
MACHINI -
MISCELLANEOUS
HABVC.H\'.:i | inOTOim Beauti-
ful tone Bargain IMOO Apply Bom S3
r o Advo..'. 24 Ml- In
1ST A VIOLIN-Ono ! B Hal
Coronet one Vtolm Both In Sood
order Owen T Allder. Roefauek Slrawl
Dial 33.t M S S* -In
evening
grand .',!.
W# have special radio
MODH
INDIES HATS Baaldr. -howlng Ihc
niiest aMotimavii of Ludir- ll m
alao carry larse varieties on, .11 Millinery
uipplle* -- -II! i."
our Store In mull OUT iuilinilu.il tart*
jid i.. match yaw inmbl*
Till: MoiiEHN ni- sii.ii-i'i;
semi-permanent needle* to play several
triOUMBd rvrordlno
A. fl AUNTS A CO LTD
M SHI If n
NEW Pt-ATTBIW-Dliuih Shot*, Frank
Binalrn. Ulna and all the rail, (omr
r.d get, bui quirk
A BARNES A CO LTD.
Store. Lhcbj
STOVEOi. h Tuple li ...... c;>
H.i4f Apply Chiton Tarr-r*. Upper
Bay strati. ToSssswe moi
M -4n
tyres al special ceoh
i M >l 11 > at
1 at MM M* x K al
Enquire Auto Tvre Com-
WANTED
HELP
IMMEDIATELY Lady lor OnVe Mint
have iDkOWltdM ..'I
hand and Tvpma AH api>i.
ed a" rtinRtlrntial Ad|iIv in writing
to T M H. WIIRInann. ChajTOPW. CTataaa.
Qaraar. Lid
. u N | mi | . ,,
In
trf iid rar va All applir
Aoplr t i ii ii
Wilkin^in, C't nan. Chel B
Ltd i .... ii
"Wanted, by ii.f BarbM
Commuter- L.srtv Asn.tanl to l.-iMo or Inlomiallon Bureau. Baawi
. .
tinl. SponUh doalrablr Ai
wrillnf to The Chairman, Rarha-ln-
I'uhiK-iiv Commute*, rTi.
Inlortr.alioii B'.trnu. P>r IUmI
B A 90-4n
MISCELLANEOUS

i
I-OH HIM
HOUSES
tl ^T r\4b f

i>- m mi
Iraw
T-trafonf Hall MM
i
im.iii .mv
Coart Mo. avaiU
I
..... at n m \
^r%ant
Tl Bl -14-

*aa tu-hiiM To
^tatrliN- H '*< -lr
On th.
!l SO If p
MTLROST VIIj^ JTolrjmora Mack
upnairtL 4 Bcdrontu.. Totln ad Rath
Domtalra Draoini and Dmuif. Roorr-.
I > -> It.- av k.l. i,.-.. Qaaj tfaaan
ah. Ctoaad QaUary. Gar.tr (or !
Can, Scrv.ni Rooma ale Modern Ctm-
vrawncri. Dial EDO
| H .-, i
MMTH^IIM \(IIK1,
MM. S KOP IBtatMU Coaat
I Aumirt. SctVjiiI-,
h-tabwr. (uUy (UlnUntd .-
I'MII.H SALES
' : Mrdical Officer, Geneml goiplUl
Barbadot.
AppUcaluinn re U avnl pusts it Medical OflVet,
Grntral Hospital. DaTb.idos Applicants muM be r*fl Mk
r- .
.MlllHt-ll S.-.I.II- 'Alll i..- pi
-... ( n ,,.-i iv.

Ren'-' ttJ bul until id......
nvnllat'li w ill be
PagBttMl
PosaaiM. nut rxcet-tlinB JMO esch way. of officer arnt lamilv
payable on appointment and on rxpiration of fontiaci
. ir K.nerjl ud IB UMlr performaiu. Mm Mt U*nl Offlif
*hul) id undtl itnmtKliatr supervision and rnntiol ol BJfh 'c
Oftlcet!. .i- Mvdital SiiM'nnU'mhtit. rNdaUsi SufBBH
n.i.'i'.ii.t' pi ...
I
A,'pli.,i'.i<>iis accompanied b> two truiinninuiu -ik.,i.
iBBtQWB. Barbados, and should be aub-
BOt later than the 31st of July. 1950 24 6 50Si.
UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER
. !
DM a, to. Lid. to -all bj puhtit
*'"''"" at in. .. ihr Un,.:
Wliait .01 Tlvir-d.. I .
HID p.in .. oa from lha
p railed thr Nina. hich t-
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a*iinoi!ihrT>. a> mJ* buebata, n rv.
bait.. I roil ajtra, I compaaa. ft bk-*
-"apt. I aau
1 Mon.. 4 aauirpa... M
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I roll Irallnr. i..
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REAL ESTATt
Vacant poit of Medical uptnntendent. Qenet;.! HoapiUl
Barbadoa.
A\pp I BVltad mr the post of Medical Sii|m*i intciuier
rafafpttal, BartiBdai Afplkaoii tbouVd te male m
medical PTaWWtalHnTI With >patMnc IB Hospital administtation. Tti
post Is DO) B, on conlrtict fcr three jrvaiat rrnewalle Sa
ary will ba at rate of $ft.760 pei anaura Prhrata practice not alknM
ii* fuimshcil rBtartan ate pEM M I
Pasa-i. Kdla| StfrMI each way. ol officer and lamil>
a|i|Mnniiiipnt ami on expiration of contract
The Medu ii SuiieriiHuHten! shall act nndci the getirral supar-
intcndciu-c .uitl dlraattoB ad ll"- D(r*a%M Q| Mc-dlcal Services, and shall
bo rcni>oiiMi>ir fniirrtly fr the njparirUBon and maBBa^WMMal of Ifc*
Hospital, shall perform nuch other departmental duties as may b.
I'riuii Ujm to tun
Appln. Him- accompanied by two testimonials should be addressee
to the Colonial Sevictary. BridKetown. Barbados, and should i>c stib-
utttad not later than the lift of July. 1M1 24.8 50 3n
AI Hi-i . -nd Shop both in aood ordar
and I', act*, or a.afolr Und which It
u-aniad iTh r>nr> Thr usht plan lr
bulna- ami ralnna paBcfu Prlea attrar-
GRETNA r.NfWJ anw(M it Maaan
-tandini on 1.190 aquara (aal
ii land The building root
hUl and Dlnina ro.-.- i.,
1-antrv Kitrhrn. Ik.ll. .
i.otallrd FV (,,nl In
I and
VtORTHINO 'NEAR fAfEARWh
I" I. I IHIIM Ill ft. II
Modrn lull, rurnl.h.-l ,i
%'iila aatatr ttar-din* In '
rt *all kapt i
baMlawa brarh
Th* houaa mnlalna larrr It
lit. Iiuj room, two badroomi to whit-h ,
..Ira brdiiMn ran ba addfd If aV-n.,
Tllad baAbroom with tub bath ,
abowar tbol ind raM **W" and h
li, hnan niabxia. tllad kllahan rl
built In -tone cupboard Bid new l"n|.
ombtnad rafrlcarator and deep fri
Ira-e aaaaj verandah, all itael wlndo.
with hooda. start Prenrh doom. Ian
..r and aavanla' n
.. ,1 .. ..... ;.., u taairful
t miuied. UM- bed* have both dm< I..
iid Dunloplllo matlrraaei. aM
i ...i.-.i i.i..- aoon Obi ..
raaa-lawna. Irapleal Sownini: ahru
Mi Nowr** tocether wilh I
all orrhard wllh I
. nul (ii I
bMb w.rr.,na.h et.cloaed K.
I.blo garden and tool the I. ......
pad -
Vacant post of Specialist Physician General Hospital
Barbados.
Application* tra uavltad in itaa part ol Bpoctallal l'hvsician,
Hospital, ll.ii tiado* Applnants atVDuld Ik* i.
iih-iIic.i1 prasajUoBara; poat-traduata boaplta] M-nni.c aaaotlal Tin
noa-panaloBabla, on oootrad NM thra< "..i\ icnewable Sal-
.ii v will | -i+.KOH \ 4U0 fl.240 pet annum, plus half fee
tea private patianl oara within th.- HeasttaJ ami hall eooasiMalaoa Ml
.mILui ..r-.1 enHhaM Um lloapilul. otherwise private practice Is not
allowed. Position In scale determined bv experience .md quaUnCaUoV
Hent-dee fkiiniaheil nii.irlei will be i>rovnle available an altsrwaBM -it the MM "' Id* of salary will be pa>able
Passagi^. not exceeding MflO each way. al nibni end
n appointment and on expiratn n ol ronlracl
The Specialist Physician -lt;ill Ih* responsible for the publli
nuilie.il service of 'he In-titutuai, shall perform inch other depart-
HH'iit.il duties Bl mi,iv he i'-|iiii. act undal aril ' udeme and direction ol the Duetto
.i Banrtcet
Appll tVMi tecliinvniiali should be addresaei
i Barbados, and should be sub-
mitted not later than the SIM .>f JuU. 1850. 24 f 503n

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.Ir.wlng and dlnina; num..
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r.nvrnlanraa. bu"-r\. i
Utrhen. BlectrtcHr, water
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Faraie etr and lha arSMMt
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Ownar, Mrs D L Johnaon Dial BOS
Thr ibovc pro party rUl be art tip lor
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leal M land and houae which has gallery.
diawim and dlnlns moan,
kllchrn. water and llahl. C>. wretr va>d
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not having had any transaction for over ten > . i\. ii th .' i. teas claims are established on at before the 30th day oi
June. 1950, thaaa accourrti will i* dealt wUh as raautrad by section 2-
of the Saving* Bank Act, 1H14 < 1914-3)
Adams. Etnily Irujtce for A. F Adams I 3d 11
pbllui ......... ... Tfl.81
stunucl A. .... It* 41
i Rec JacKmen va Knight 3,i8. n
r.ushell. Aletha trustee tot I C Mushell ........... 1,184 8a
rraapli RicbArd li istai fra I ii..st.nici Bryan, Francis Richard trustee foi Laurie I. Laoaold l^yne 13.81
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Mil llll XV Jl-VF 24. 15
50 Years Of Yachting W.I. At Lord's
Again Today
/ nun "Ixintntl 1 lit*
Island" Craft
in fornudiH's
By
A Yachting Correspondent

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T IS JINK ai Lord'f 11 d m again :. On da) tba Waal
Iniir- are engaged in Tad Match auiim*! England.
Tlii> la Iht W I fourt* Ti -i al Lord, and the Ihn
Ibrac |irecedinK K-mcs ware i-anlly won by England.
"' " lba.au- ,939. L,d., w u,. ,., ,.
,^n*?..' "" aarne tome down. dle> |n lnolh,t ,, T.
be a much sterner slru- , .e ,,, bM, ,,,.,
- that preceded it , ^ En.l.nd had to
IT A'iST

'I'i.- Vfatl Indies' are out
wipe away memories of the
OSt which England
and Kn;l.ri'i .Ilium _j
..( Iv_......... ......1 *
of her (in iiling. and
to build a team (or the
.Orthcorr.mt: rtniggM with Au>-
tralia will leav.
turned in lirr efforts t< win
iggdn
But although Lords has to date
nlv offered the W I tests de-
fet> there are hoi
pod In Um portomM
ericketers from these
i.:: Of turf
second time. England won'
West Indies first innm,.
-'7" with George
scoring 106 and Jeff Stollmeyer
England replied arlth 404 for
> wH-ki i
131) leading *
.
bright
mi oi Um
parts on
lnd:oa. atari
ais. scored J2f> ..(
;h Headley was responsible
107 record batttn]
ov the Black Bradm in Thli
left England to get 9U for victory
and they collected 100 for the
ton of :'
:
that Lord's.
GIPSY1 Mi- i t
the R B.Y.C Regattas
"W..r CsMHT (right) wa
tin*
this season with (I3*b4
m i .tin) skippered
Iiiinnit Hynoe. which wa
eighth last year has now gone lip
i .. m m "i
Increased
I lining the first half of thla
contury the interest In yacht rac-
ing has increased Many local
can remember as far
i..tck 1900 whin thi'ic wen
"Round the Island" races b>
Largo ir..fl such as the Arrow
Nanridtfo and Mound but when
the Fotitabell,. Yacht Club wa.
formed in I!)Hi a new chaptel was
opened in lociil y.irliting The
hi me id this Club afterwards
.hanged (o SidmnuUi Yfieht Club.
b boat was. Um Ifmttttei
I root H ini-hes by eight
flv* 'Wt Ii .id ki'i'l
nsnde balleat, peak mainsail and
.nig bowtpffit It was used by
i i- of the club on a small
.Mil ba,.K and sometimes
i i I .' ..ti'.:n il
rtrgfflprMI of 'hi- ClM eat pealod lti prefnrinance
W.l. DEFEAT SUSSEX
-. ii.
ontlnued
fnirn I'', i I
m Khaki i
can ''
ickl> elgni ovei live of then
-., r m <,. .....- took ovei
Outstanding
George Headley's feat of
stands out It was In 19?
''*! W'^' ^n'11"'1 bat,man Wnal of the Test present?
"",d ' 'n oachi lJ!,n** * bf t:iv- a fair share of fortune*
eome the tlm rricketar everJo rBvnur fhr ltr^srni w ,
. to, u. a Test match, and the hus an evvn ehance of wi..-
second CT-cketer to score two mng ,hpir rsl lp,. M,|ch ,.,
..parate hundreds In a teat matcn Jt Lo,.,,.,, But win ur ,,.,. m.lt
Ice. Sutcliffe had preceded htm w. forgiven (or repeating |hf
and oft quoted injunctii.i,
MAONIF1CENT
COLD DANISH
BUFFET SUPPER
SERVED
SUNDAY NIGHT
From 1 to 11 **
l...nmHigi- Mnl Up Hi. (Iftl III ..i tl. iiIIht end with a three-man
. i i ii __ii. __L_ii l^n a.-.,! f'taBniaeui -I.ll lurfhii- ri-_
.d a half with
for four nit I'i.iii TWO rUtt
'. i
..fuiiaiiu is ji pnasnl In Trtnidad
iiu si Amu '. centra had
among thin Boat Afusianu
Oannne. frrido. Iiidiru-. Garfish
im iviuj. Warsaw had i
iv Claw itoats and Bpeitintatown
'*A Class
tfad-flgtae, rirtmming dlah
type of oantraboaxder,
imported lor the Fontabellf Club
BM IsasKM i'lub boat M* beam was
L'4 (Ml b) etghl feel
i inn ,ind at 57 Oake*
.......ught low down nrT Gome/
Bd wirket
had ddad 32 m an hour
rHh Buaaai 19s
behind wlUi two man out
For Um flnl Uma In Um Innlnj
runs came at one a minute atier
lunch when Kunadhin and Valen
tine shared the attack John
1-iiigndge pulled Valentin,, for
.i ii : Cog "i*ik ;i boundary off
each bowler with a leg hit and
In his feat.
On June 23. 1928. the West In-
dies made their test debut -it
Lord's. After the parforn
OH W I in England in 1923 and
the good showing agjall
M C C in the West Indies in
1926. the West In i-
corded Test Btatui Tbeu antn
however was not auspicious. Eng-
land WU. .i'i, I i i
aaatf) by an innings and S8 runs
England scored 401 ami the West
Indies 17? and 166
"But
write*
1
tei hours for 44 John Langrlf^c
, i l.mil II. this llm- llie HileriM.1 leg M
I'd
fOJ

made a .
Mm Johl l apl ! Id
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yeai nitfa ri 381 m one ot
Um rtlai

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ill bed In Bar-

to ra* mi Roplti I
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l'i. p | Gonnc.
.mi gUpparad Pa*
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.11. !*.:
.
II '
dropped to third position vmfi
to be outpanb
i.igblning".
Johnnie Hoad'i Cora
pered by hll >" J* I
i mi in the i'
line-up la-' ItaT, bad the i-dgc n
toll season c.... .' .-uded will
[MTcanUgi
lor all i! whiir laal
,' J tVaHll'litii W|
>P *"'
outpoinUni Culm
.
nth M'*. wa
UtONTENAC OOF,
could have boaji Um
foici uiini'i of thi' preaant day
"lea for llcet> ( club t
an ii .1 I \ h.cihIhi. wli. pa.
in,ill annual niaintin.incc fee
Pheti boati an lougbt with
11.im> r.iiMit b) Milnnlar* efTnrt~
.mil pla\ llie ]>art of helpin,- i-vei>
ue intiiesled in yai-htlng to sail
rddj ,,"i"1 I'Jllon of
\i .1
not .unon I
II bUl .
UtUc bli ' '',,ln

pared bj
'i. Mi i
'..i fllUi
I.S\I ...win
ami skippered i>> i>'- - <***?
WAV Ihinl I" Hie lull i in< dule Ihlt.
srjr with PUB." Vt i icing Ihta
seaM.n it li.'l Minn "iJll dlrr.
ii.m- ,1..... l.. il- hull ."ii rir.uiiiB
H n M.....hjr'i fan Thorn-
dyke macV ' leap from

top In tin ' i
....
': i; Y C.
rn..i lo thli Um Hi
i keel
im ing ShMlda, csa buOd-
. en, wa added in the local neat
ruin brought a prut- nf Mill
I' Imong i'i. peraonaltUai oi Hip
rachUng ol Uiat day wen Hanrj
Ung, Lulo Innlaa, J a Taggarl
Oydnc) Ni Wooding
K Bynoa I Baylej
MttUMI WU IN III. ,:| .j.u
bund- ol the well known enrc-
i-ki......it aadop ( lamat'
Hoync > otter known son

rrom Um PontabeUc ypeM
,, rachUng w ntm gnat
Anne's oantn i
the U II V.C I lh<-
i oanlra at Bpeighti
town won formed an.t man:
ompetltlofU loUoa od
liihtitu hail risen jiid 1'rhran
Island was used an a "l.r*inliUiid
lor the SMtahalM < luh natal
sprrUlors .-il.l be tern liiiiui
Ihe sea wall l IhK island and
Ihc eirlteme.il wj ITCal with
Ihe makH-lly i- mn, on their
haveavtao. \u- < ihe raeaa aosatatag
rte etc lowk |>Ui |
on wtilla ..it.-i Dana
i.....ie iin ii debut to
holding Fishing Boat hacing bul
daring World Wai i rachtlng, ai
mi ii ..- mans Un
port, detuned.
.'..', :,. : ductlon ol
Ihc USA design Slat Clas<
I iro, /''.'ii'i' -'Hi Faniaiu
were OWnad b) III Thorn.
and Teddy Hoed, wli
big taUraman ol Uw rasvlast)
was eventually pfanntad Ihli
boa) u gill Otheri wan Cln i
owned by Mi Bowrtflg, AttVpfM
0 ood i i Mi a Sfcaeta B<
nad b> Mr Bowi Ing and
i in in-, owned by Mi B
and Mr ICayei
During the ihlrUea among the
,u ..u boaU m n ommodon
Wllklnaons Moirra Bloir, Ohapi.
1 iidin.. Kesfral. Musranfi. Palrtrtn
md frocnblower S...... grtoi
sniiH'" typo bn.li- became pop*.
lar. /
Yet anothai chaptai ma) bt
.tu yachting bj Iha
oN ign racing
i "idly by i
yachtsmen II wm agnad that Umj
.hnni.i introdui one daalgn sad
boa! racing Into the isr.i .
< 'ni for this racing tbe>
dei Ided lo tall Ufta Poxl I n
dot .> hn I. i fOf i.n nig) ..urn
.1 I .I'M llf tWO
I II I, I I'l'l t .i -, ..
Ureadj baoi anl i the U.K.
..mi ii i- Mipeetad to sea largo
numhai ol Ihea.
w Ithnul b-nibi-aupmg
Hll bttssnor. Jamcr'
oalandod reacJutab
and t""k 18 mlnuti I
. cog want on batting
udkloual] I'", was
ii complatai MM
housand runs this season wh."n
Tin- i 'i -.is beginning ti
help the i ind at 103
-1'! I blng for-
ward, bit..i i,is bock foot
vai Part.
. ill Into the leg trap and
Kith the addition ol single. Jack
Oahoa hinrpod oid
i .md was stumped.
.i chanca baCop
.'coring. Valentine tin-, tinu- .1
afeng it i.mii Ortf-
II tried to hit
by Trent rail who afte. a sCe-dV
.1 oh held the high dn ppfng
ball on tin- boUTH BTT, At the
tout of 112 James fell
another viilim to .1 snn.it piece
1 1 tun pini bj Walcotl Corn-
; r.i lift.' 1 an mid oil
I Co* hat iuj i' itiad vary wwli
for 18 mnnit-s Ml Ibw In "
nutaa Ihe lagt i. wi
Pol 11 mi 1;. mi 'in, loon 1
for 25 makni" 1.
I
lor IP in lilte.-i, own Reaier
guaaaxiM laaiaai t
aagM as 4
" '"
mwiit.i ,, r,r
llf lOCrtl COS I b b IUmi1hlr
..In.' b 8
, Waisen u kh*i"iii
the game revealrd"
In-ton 111 "thjt Ihr
had 4 line bals-
(ieone 4 hallennr 4
useful et of bowlers, .nil In
Conatantlne. an ill
raonrirr with a* much per-
sonality ax j Him star."
Ptra -. an i.ii.-i thi Woat to-
dles again Irod the halloweil turf,
and were again roundly defeated
This Uma England won by an
innings and 27 runs, and UUg
penad on
June 24
<;ranri 50
Than were some interruptions
by rain but England's first In-
a of we 1 roead loo
mneli foi t*j by the
W I collupse for 97. was fot-
lowe.i by 172 oi which George
Headley scored a grand 80,
CblTord Hoach collected spec-
1 .'.
Again on June 24. in the year
B. I; f. Radio I'rograanr
1 and leav-
M "whatever I
be."
BM.
28-foot
picked
2 Yean Later
Two .ears latei tin
irdei Daphne wa
1. .,; d old by l"ol
h William Ilowring and
hall Mi BOwrbW later
Commodon of the
nans,
The Weather
TheylUDol.tlEvqy Time
... Byjimmy-Hatlo
List'.to*A6eno>Cpi?ez op the club.
takes all bows''and crepit-
BUT,HERE.ISkTHE,RU8""
^IT Is'oniylrlATURAL IN A GlL>p\
I g OF OJR SZE TO PISASBEE ON SUCH
r MATTERS-BUT SINCE I AM THE '
PRESIDENTiWJP FEEL I KNOW AHA~
IS BESXWR THE OR&AN.'ZATiOv
2 yOU OU-'WAVE TO ACC6PT My
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When work's to be donesme
CHANGES HER DiTTyD^TS ALLO=
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BB/HOVIi MEMBERS. WE EXPECT EACH 0=
M>U TO OOMATE P.ES, SALADS AND
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