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PAftE II .in Colony Team Stop Tourists' Winning Stn>ah MnffWW Go Down I-it SITfNQ Mnjvern Football Team niffl • %  %  \ w\ en thaj ware beaten by an Lalana -winner McCollm scored to %  i hi if of the game ["he game WM .. lie olTensiw fer tbi i pan r. Island i.-.k llukick-off lo. I 1 %  •**•*! ll '* I'-'Wlion goal .tiirt MOB M i c %  1 111 ; \\ I 'he ball playing within their %  ipitiuvi ,i # pponciitr acs-l MM Th. lakatl when AKevni.it rentreaoiiiwarde, the ball ml %  hniimlinit >n iu tinHeld McCol. lin nmd a ij.ix.-k eul in xnd tried luil tho bull wi-nl OUt%  B \i;v. fcDOS \I>VIM \ (I England-— \\ .1. Second Teal from tun. l %  %  pi rtad gill uf g %  %  %  however, zc far Udi Bdrlcfa reached forward ioi ant from Ratnadhl %  H was brau-u Walton |, r oke the wickrt before ii m Th* N| %  %  I SS u a TW Nawj • IS p.m ia pa I . Beaan Sai-und Tf1. a %  |> n K*. Nr.. i-H. %  IS 9 n. Xrlmcv K*M. • %  SS si***-!i * pn %  %  P m Th. p m Ttw Nrai. O m rmm rnr BdltOrUU. I IS Much Btndins In Thf M(*n. la.ti irr? '," • K [ton ,... . ll " ' I lectttM ".,11 olfthf heads of v.. Malvern forwardAfter Tea Valentine bowled the first over Usd Bedser took a single svtalch imi lum agBUut Ramadhln. led aa the fielder ratriavad tlic ball and ni-xl I %  i %  H %  to make a fight of it and he hi. rtvc good fours. This forced God•(ones n nd Worrell a ith the new bail The end rl sli:ht and Jones with his seconu Berrji caught iy Goddard England were 175 behind but Goddard did not enforce the foil on. • it W.I. Bat Again Waal ]'. %  •.< %  began their second live minute* from stump drawing lima and stoiimeycr was c|im-kh into doubl* Luck a/l frith the West 'on itae wa s dropped al 15 Eighteen runs were posted in the first half hour I bowling d . II : roved blmhtly and fortytwo appeared after an hour For the closing oven Bedaar returned 1 Rack bul in'iiher bataman aforried and inaj played out twee 45 runs on the board leaving the Waal indies with all ntact 220 ahead l<.-ll .Ipd. Kvo I. J.i.kn. i P.vniKi b Jrnklni Kail ai Makeb i IM -a i i lot ra. 4 i..t MI. ^ i,.< m • i • (. an BOWIJKO AMALTSB O. M 0 14 IS 4 352 S I Held Firm They ware well kicked especially by Manners on the right wing hut the defence held firm and cleared well each lime. Goalkeeper Smith too, always on the alert, anticipated well and saved easily the few well timed shots that were sent in The half-time interval arrived without any goal ivlng been scored. Ot\ resumption the island was in on the offensive and soon M CoUln beating full back EmrnansMl on the Mght wing, centred accurately, but Lucas getting possession of the ball failed to con\<-n at close range It was soon after this that the island scored, McCOiUn driving the ball into the DOl when Mills WKS tcinperaiih put of action the result of a colhalnn U-tween himself and Wilkes M the goal when Wilkes tried tn gal to the ball as Mills was at'inptlng to save a goal Malvern tried hard to agon Use i)unhw>r and it was during an attempt in overcome a stubborn back line where Heece was giving a very sound display, that Garcia at inslde-lefl g.,t hurt and had to retire for a few minutes. Tiring Struggle As the game mured the end it slowed down considerably, the players obviously showing signs of tiredness. No effort was spared. however, either by the island team to increase their lead or bv Malvern to draw level. The contest was carried on keenly and stubborn.y to the end but the blast of the whistle left the Island the vlclon by one goal to nil. Mr. O S Ooppln was the referee. The taanu vrtM Island XI Smith. Bowrn, Proverbs, G Hens. Recce, Alleync, %  HCCoUln, Drayton, Wiike*. Lucas, I Sole West Indian At Wimbledon Beaten lly I iu I in n Davis Cup Player (From Our Oun ( •irri-i|t.fitli>.,t) THE WIST INDIES %  wlrthi'it'wfc don Lawn rmnll champi„n>h.|,.s. Fi:,„k Molt-TrUle ot Jama. !" put UDI good I ,,. ,. vr| Ulllp Bose ot India, but the Indian nipe ,-,. won him the match three u to none t..ricket hleals %  ' in Davla C'tip tot hi,..., r"",....J V i nd %  •,,, %  Wimble thrown l'rom Wimbledon WIMB1.KIMIN. June M The most open Wmihledi.ii Lawn Tannli ehampsoni b pre-war days began mucfa QUletOI IhHn usual Opposition from the %  eeond cricket Teat al Lord's may have affected the earlv .ttti rtdancc whkn, ihuugh fail i. large with %  big proportion of women in gay summer frookg, srai nol tn.n.,i in tna ibaei san red Behroader, last year's champion, the honoui of opening the chaniplonanlp % %  erg to the runner-up. Jaroalai Drobia ontarv oach exile He played Fri i I (;:, %  % %  %  %  gramme which was confined lo 14 first round matches In the Men's Singles Heraldo Weiss, of the Argentine, had to fight all 11 defeat Imperturbable K H. Ip of Hong Kong 6—8, tl—3. Ii I, I, 1 The Argentine ptayOI %  (0r> id into snore, then was Honed Be %  teeri through the second set, pinned Ip (o the back of the court and i BUM up lo the net to cui <.n retuma, BUt even -. the mm. he tried to force the pace the more Ip vliieH spun and cut the h.dl A %  slowly f o rg ed al i he was never completely at ease against a player who proved to have an inexhaustible valid shotiKrutrri sWaieersu Mills, Akal, Emmanuel. Blaekman, Carr. Waldrou. tanners. Hinds. Carty. Garcia, •AUI^Mis 1MT INNlNii* II.UOH -i,.i Waks>lt b Valariint wajftbrook >ipd w.knn K-.I.OI Ixlrleh < Walmu b (Um.ill.in D NSfan lb. b Kamadhii) b V.I-nUnr hartley B Valvnllnr %  vasM b KamatSMn Jfiiklna c Walton b V.I...1U1,. Wanllr not oul Iintaw I. Kaniadhln l^rry r Qoddard b Jotiro ROOM bi.u i. i Total o* ulckrt. I - 1 T4. S 1. s-i. 7-ne. s— iia. s ia IIOWI.INO ANA! Vsis W I S>*" WNINOH EVEN Till: JUDGE \VA POOLED CUICAOO. Counterfelteri in hi New York are turning mom-' : n„.,-, month And when hearing the case „' ., mm .>. of passing oul bad $10 bills, h honour took a (10 note out Of h own pocket He was .1..tiled i discover thai ll was i too. : game ',, :,,,,, %  at was the n n. Hose had won ItotUTrllle only > the sixth game began, on this and went %  %  auauaa al fin all. After %  i ... until tie i . |ng ..ll lima both play i r nun howl v. managed to .Um I Hid n> ifUlll tor Third Test : Uh ii ll Trinid.nl in the Thl -•hid, at K aii.rftoii un Thursday. June led last nighi and is as followSmith i Kinj..i. (Pickwick-ilnf i i '.. %  %  % %  ... a i; I'll i %  Rl BO %  lit ertoo), Chaaa (So i'i. rtoi (Emplra I (Carlton), II i %  1 i to I ika part %  i % %  %  !' % %  plaaaa commu%  : Coppin. Horn,i wo games, thus winnin. ueven r a m es lo mne. Now the Jamaican am rite which had been powerful weak'-i Bosr won the tirst five sames of the third set. 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Tir.SOVV. JUNE it. I*M HU;I:\I>O> \n\(M \II PAGE T1IRKE Korea Invaded g) frxm pinr 1 %  'il commander had been rhar.ced In an attempt 1" stiffen resistance. A few minutes before the n> of the deterioration was received here. General Mac Arthur's headquarters had announced that 10 Mustang tighter aircraft warbeing sent to Koreu. Actliui under Washington Instruction.*. delivery wu being made to South Korean pilots in Japan ZV Tank* Break Through A substantial portion of the North Korean armour drove aoutl through the Pachon Uijungb Corridor. More than 10 tanks were taa to have pierced their way throuhh the poattton close to Ui)ungbi itself—aad only a few milenorth of Seoul. South K..r "suicide squads" knocked out between II and 20 o( Hie invading tanka. General MacAtthur'. headquarter? slated. In hciivv fighting through In? night the South Koreans held th invaders' strongest blows cm U corridor leading to Seoul .HKI Id whole of the Southern Peninsula South Korean reinlra n ware rushed to the firing line" early to-day and throwing in determined counter-attacks, thr defenders turned the tide back at various points across the peninsula. Then mnic the news that th" position in the corridor had suddenly deteriorated. Unconfirmed reports receive! .ii Tokyo said an American-bull* Mustang lighter and a Russianbuilt Yak had a (log-tight over the capital and were driven off by the "South Korean Army Alrforce" The Yaks were reported to have apparently Intended to attack the Ktmpo and Youito airfields. Other unconfirmed reports from Seoul stated North Korean tlghl tons net M V T B .V. I,IT.. .1 % %  ,-s, hrrfii .: A;l MrUxn. for m Lucia S. Ii. ..I.. I %  V | ',.%  !. | B| I %  aei, Capi Puikf for Ttmidst! '-. Smith. 1* w flat, Csrt HaastH, far umh Guiana S H Alroa %  ol.rl. I.MS tons net C-pt Hansra. IW S\ V, | S % A-skoka. I .SIS urn* nrl. Cspt Brmra. for Liverpool. In Touch With Barbados Coast Station IB kkM net Cspt 31 tons net. Cspt Ihe lullnwlnsl -hipIrirouBh Ihetr Barbados Coast Station S S l*dv Nelson. SB Canadian Constructor. S B. Alcoa Polaris. SB. Arakak.. SS Cavtvs. 8 S Serenlaums. B Chsrles L. D. IS. Del Santos. S .B ,Portugal. B B Missionary rtulsr. .*. Battle Mountain. B S Aakot. R B % % %  —land. 8 8 Hurworth. H 8 palmjTO. S S Sunwalt. B B Hudson BRa. M Katheilne. B 5 Gulf Coast. R S Spurt. S S Valh-ill. S> S Haakoa Hnuai. IS 8 'Pauls. B 8. Psloma f!ius, S B Fort Amhent. S S IIIMIII. SEA WELL U I I' • Bl 1. Nl I \ I IP". ANTIOI A Clifton! Palmer. Joyre Palnxr Allan Boa IBOM P1BBTO %  n I'AKTt BKH lV B V. I A L roa ri-isii. MI Rasjmatd Law**, r Mall. Planets A nitat mi i %  Constance Clarti*. All* A scat ml. Jean Alrd. Dennis Devonian. Jean DXimanoir. Prancolse Dutrutnolr. C*nOVIwi Houeet*. Mrndrik nruiiink. Van Mook. Slelmsm W.-..I roa "T t.rrfA Bar>l Csmpsxt. Arthur War DrUale gealey FOB MAJITLMqt'S namsnl Roife Mm Wslrott. Kenneth Thaenpson. 0*1Besfl. MAO. NOTICE Mall. far WnllaB KfnMorn and AiiuKeedsm by the 8 B OranjeaUMl will he etoaed st (he General Po OrBo Psnr-1 Mall at • m Baatstered Mall .11 p m Ordlnarr Mall Ml|m i<>. Ihe Itth June. lso. BRUSH....UP... YOUR... SMILE WITH THE CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH JACK BENNY. Americas Numb London Cr./\ (iang. Left to rty'it: Bud Flanagan. Charlie Naughum. JacK %  \% imliiM On Europr : Such Thoughts Are Dangerous KT Mirhnrl •!aiiiiiiin B {liuiii LONDON The notion that a "neutn Europe Is practical polities I been entertained In certain Westtern quarters during the ii.i-i few months. Europe, it Ii suggeate.i should be a aeparate gcographit '. bloc, a "Third Force" independent of East and West. This desire for neutrality, set against the '.hrc.it of another war, is understandable But in the present International situation It ii, 1 submit. impossiKo to achieve. It in based on several misconceptions, chief of which :.* that the "cold war" concerns only Russia and the United States—no: Western Europe. Official Western thinking does not, of course, countenance neutrality. The arguments for It have been mainly propounded by writer* like M. Etiennc Gilson the distinguished French historian. In the Conservative Pan* newspaper Le Monde, by some French Socialists, and by Christian Democrat leaders in Wester,i Germany Fear of a third world war |s probably the piiru'ipnl motive underlying these men'* views. In the case of France.' Soviet propaganda and PlcaSM peace dove may also play a oarl Will ;ii\l,-irki-il that they are touAded on fat*.1' assumptions. In the lir : plan it is simply not tint till "cold war" Mtwawi t. West is no affair of Europe s This line of thinking usually m %  companies the contention th. America is responsible for IMS "cold war" because ahe is putiling an aggivsAivv potii Russia into which EuroiMd. been unwillingly ilniggm Moth ing could be further R truth. In fact, only u nature of Soviet intetitiunv kg wards the non-Commui. triea this side of the U tain—and can anyone who h-t watched Russia slnec doubt what tbon intent %  —has caused the United St.ii. to come to the defim.o) W. %  ern Europe, It may not be %  Coincidence that neutmli o solution to the German problem. was an idea originally propounded by the Russians. ({uestimiahLThe F.v.itn adherents of trailty argue something like If the cold War between and West becomes a shooting France, as an ally of Americ bound to be atlackf-d Yet Fr (and Western Europe i. believe, i* incapable of riefen herself effectively against Rl except with the help of .1 rr.Germany—and the latter refuse to contemplate In anvl case, the cost of detente would be so heavy that it would ruin.1 Western Europe eeonomicalh and so make it a breeding groun %  for Communism. Therefore it is better to be neutral and concentrate Hither on riming living standards. Much of 'hilt will be seen, derives from France's consciousness of Mng no longer a Great Power. Perhaps a minor reason behind Freml: defeatism is the fear of some Frenchmen that their country u being "cocacolonizod" by participating in the "U.S.-dumin.aled" Atlantic Pact. Those who argue for u neutral Germany feel their case to be even stronger Wesl German membership of the Atlantic community, they say, would not onn* Increase the tension between East and West; It would make Germany the inevitable battleground of a future war. It wouli also perpetuate the existing division of the country Hence Dr Adenauer and his p..it. th.Christian Democrats, have flirted with the Idea of neutrality. Ha being a policy that seems to loot; both ways—and might help untie Germany. The Bonn Republic, the argument runs, should therefore have no Western commitment other than membership of tin Strasbourg Assembly. And thec are some poliuca) commentators —Mr. Walter Uppmann is one m them—who believe that the rol" of a united Germany lies slmllatly In i middle course betweei East and West These arguments for neutralit' may seem, at first fiance, to car y weight. Anyone, however, who examines them will see eleariv The second question sumption made by the "Tim I Force" advocates is really a pieic of wishful thinking it i that the neutrality of Western Europe would be u -i ^ %  all the evidence of recent hlstol | a nts to the contl rmany declared h ara ull the Soviet Union would ui QfU [ inform thr (',• thai it was hwnii. n exclude Communist direction of affairs Tli>: reason to suppose thai thi ual fate of that Government I would be any (llffe-e-n %  fata of Dr Raw President of CzachoslovokJ faced with the Comtinial of 104B. If there would be lit'U respect for neutrality in time o peoce. there would be m In time of war. Who believethat a wur between RuaSBS the Unite.) State?, even II began In Asia, would not fin.it. embrace Europe, neutral Or BO It Is. at least, one virtue that otherwise smgul.nU unfor* tunate and untimely the British Labour Part* Baaeu tlve's manifesto on I Unity", BUlt it does reject tl < Idea of a European "Tin —as "sterile and dangerous" The] Western Power!* ben... strength and unity. I>. .since Cumin-'* %  under house arrest. So < %  M %  I been ar%  %  a gUsaaa i rt si li-t larical Press campaign. • %  S M *o ph 1^ • nietieian cf the Rungaii forced CsUasOlsfi reason: Itrhlnd this new campaign is pro%  %  tha Kulak ('rich' pswaanu) to rcxi^t the ive '"i* colleetivis.-iHon Pcasani have a Ml %  jjrtculturs An larefusal of .... to the Communist rrgaaaa OD the grounds that pSjg m ia* sion COUld mm UkS \. %  H i I I nl of Hun%  in '19441. Soul. .!. -.i i BsWaL rould no lonpt %  %  bishops xinsuitation of Ua %  %  should "give unto Caesar thr lhiiii;s -.1. %  caaa is the %  i ; %  1; i* Lmpo i %  %  VlSC tills • %  .on i '.on b will ba (eelmu .n Hungary Is l %  If I not tit.i'. %  In g |j .!' %  • ir i lion of this id i-iesenl the Conm iniisU may scggsl i wnui la Polaoal 9 tan i>cn ii : M Raval did In r., %  iin.i "nt thai lh< Oovertunani would not be to .' Churchi.n.iil Hul it would, "' ..i, I in ,.( the Catholic %  %  :!. %  Hufsgarian Commui i Clli'klgll. Wisdom Soimuhenin Sicily roil rutl u-s md rutnantit %  • ..HI bandit, Salvatore OlullBno. i roi nil Ufa y~ \ itarts i He i ebs .. rnad In tha kllUai i ••.eon-mi. men .vnnieti ami nildmi d n i ,t I'iilern n Ma) Dag miiy in IsHt Though ttsLtti eompUcas girt, (inilian.i himself is a* ban i" suiiy, far avmdad all the ltal.iiii ii.iv. riimetif* elforts to eapi iraral moutns ""* H>d ins pursuers m-11 eluding a spasMal ion* f ^"W • ive-i nidi D oBun %  un .I.MIO.1 big boras Ln IM iM>rtb-wasl -' Every Wise Housewife looks forward to this Family Loaf Daily. PHONE 4567 xmrnms***.* ~ A N LI I A I, -F I KSTA MARINE HOTEL July 1st 1950. 8.30 p.m. Music by THE POLICE BAND ORC HESTRA Directed by Capt. Raison M.B.E., A.R.C.M. MARGARET COOK PRESENTS BEAUTY CHO-MJ§ AND DANCING. 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PKC.h. FOIR BAKBAIMIS M1VIX ATK ii rsnw. JI*VI: . iM BARBADOS! AmOOffE f., 1 —3^ T -1 Tuesdu>. Jlinr 27, 19511 TE.M'II >IILII\. 1'HK tenth mtUl nibbean Commission was opened in Martinique yesterday. It is ihe tenth of a series of meetings which-began in March 1!M2 amid the anxieties and fear* of German attack during tiie late war. Indeed the Anylo-Caribbean Commission achieved a spectacular success fag ganisation in those dark days of the West Indian Schooner Pool, the activities of which contributed in no small measure to our successful resistance ;it the htighl oi the submarine campaign. So spectacular was the success of the Commission during those sad days of WM that to-day the reaction has set m and very very few people in the West Indies are really aware to-day that the Caribbean Commission has been growing steadily ever since its foundation by the British and Americans In 1942. fvt Q from earliest days the Commission had planned the formation of the Caribbean Research Council and the West Indian Conference. Barbados was the scene of the tirst West Indian Conference which met here under the Chairmanship of the late Sir Frank Stockdale whose marriage to a Barbadian made his ties specially strong with this island. That was in 1M4 and since then the West Indian Conference has been held in St Thomas in 1946; Guadeloupe in 1M8 and is scheduled to be held this year in Curacao. At the end of 1945 the scope of the Com mission was widened to include the participation of the two metropolitan countries of France and Holland. Since that date Commissioners representing the four nations and inclusive of the local governments have been meeting every MX months on the territory of each of the four nations in rotation. At these meetings the Commissioners compare and revise notes of general interest to the whole area and they discuss the sort of agenda which comes in for open ventilation at the sessions of the West Indian Conference where representatives of local Governments speak their Governments' minds on specitic question* brought • up for discussion. At the present Martinique Conference the Commissioners will mainly discuss Ihe agenda of the conference which is to be held in Curacao in November. The subject matter of that conference has been already publicised and the delegates will be specially occupied with discussion of %  gffXllt' ture in the Caribbean. But the main function of the Commission, the function which makes possible the detailed information without which the Conferences and meetings would die for lack of statistical nourishment is the working of the Caribbean Research Council. Unheralded and unsung except in certain of the Secretariat releases, the Research Council compiles wearisome statistics, collates them, has them published and circulates them to interested Governments and individuals. Working with the assistance of a number of Committees the Caribbean Research Council concerns itself with the technical details of West Indian problems which range from agriculture to public health: economics to engineering. The public mind will remember without much jogging the recently concluded conference on livestock and soil sciences. The Caribbean Commission which has been the subject of experiment and whose life was never held to be certain to survive as long as it his. M-IUS by the information provided, to have justified its existence as a necessary Caribbean agency. Supported as it Is entirely by the taxpayers of the four metropolitan countries it is successfully working in with the local governments in an attempt to promote the best interests of the Caribbean territories. If its work is too little known, that may perhaps be due to the lack of appreciation by the secretariat m Port of Spain that what the peoples of the West Indies want Is greater knowledge of themselves presented in the language of everyday use. The somewhat stereotyped and uninteresting information which often reaches newspaper offices (not always as early as it might) shows a pitiful unawareness ol the use of the daily Press to spread information effectively amont the peoples area. I\ TIIE PROMISED LAXDIlIsAn Anxious Week For Ihe Old Boy Network' |i ll in II \ \III i KSTBBB D.v.scOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE TEL AVIV %  I Jtjb to Jerusalem, .i %  I hitcd Th#l In the notional sport fieri-. .<> 1 joined in, loo. It is also the best mj K people, und whjt ivople there ar to meet! In the whole history A the human raea then ha* never lr.-n MUStl homecoming; of the Jew At the small lunched the waiter told night to I* King Of lam H. omes from Switzerland, says he can prove his dost i ind ha, hi* aWgal v hop. It Is reported that he h > %  eminent will BOakl old -on pHnca < %  When I knocked at the rtonr it .,1.1 i.ed I v tr,. p| tad In person. He said the Una and when he learned I want"1 an interview and not n crownnilinit he MM good-by< the door Hound World . EVERYWHERE I ith .1 itorj lo nu. t of tin-in glad |0 tell it There wan the young i his hat on the side of hn head %  nd an arrogant, well-tnminel beard, who stood with me on Ihe road waiting tor hilch-Mke (a R dn Seven years ago he was a boy at the rabbinical college In Poland. When the Russians rame he escaped to Lithuania, thence shipped to Curacao thence to Shanghai, ind from there to Japan It took him eight years and a journey round the world to reach Israel. There was now no need to sneak across border*, plead for visas, or pine behind barbed wire The refugee boy had grown Into a man, with head hold high and chest out His family? He had not heard of them since that night he said good-bye and crossed the border with his teacher and classmate* Grand Piano Village I STOPPED id an ex-Arab village near Jerusalem that Is now peopled entirely bv musicians from Yugoslavia Every one of them brought a grand piano with him. They are making a livin : ratting chickens and tending i*jvt trm When I called they were i"-ina —one goat to etc h i.nm!. The BM| %  goati ii* other. %  %  : UK-II goat on the I rope I follow ni house. the goat to a leg of %  tkd looked it over as if wi.mi.rmg whether lo milk It or eat II. Oh, The Women AM-; .,:,. af QH men working on the roads or laying IfiisjMj what they were doing before ami lhat 18 montn* ago they were sl,ay. that all those peopia I ipoSM : . %  :r wive* who grumble .rand-new I MCB DM driver gibnf %  nu not there last -vk 1 dropped off to investigat I was immMli-' rounded by a crowd oj swarthy North African women all snouting at me in Fn-nch They fhmight me sonie kind of inspector, and were CO about their accommnu' 10 rook on oil MoveWhen I managed to make my: and explain that I was a stranger v -re myself, thev all roared with laughter and did not seem at all unhappy Tin Polycanmts THE most surprising Children of Israel are the Yemenite Jews from Arabia About 80,000 have turned up since Israel became i State two years ago. lots of them with several wives. European Jews gave up polygamy In the 13th century, hut DM news never reached Yemen. Thev have now been told they can keep the wives they've got, but mustn't do it again. They take such minor restrictions cheerfully because thev believe their return to I'racl wipe* out sin of 25 centuries ago. When the Temple was rebuilt in Jerusalem, about MO B.C. -ill exiled Jews were bidden to return The Yemenites Ignored the appeal and they believe all their subsequent troubles are retribution for this WhM the State of Israel was proclaimed two years ago thev were determined they wen BOl JOU inuu %  ...ii Hundreds diea on th i but bin I did not surprise Dk H found bui • an —-i -1BBUM they always knew th*> would luael on the back of an eagle. I visited one ol their camps near Tel Aviv, and MtandaoU told DM that when they arrived u*9y uiu not know ordinary ways, of washing, or how to sleep on beds. They used to stand undei ln> in all their clot),tne sun to dry. Nine Dwarf* At an immigrants camp on the ..show" u hut by a family of niM dwarfs Iron Hungary They nod to usJU %  living at lairs. No* I themsvlve a up lii their hut and would not let anyone look at >hm without paying When they Ui.Uvd tliey wani-Ml Ihe camp osWtOH to pay for inednjiiy ejuutstnltuj Uk > of one camp run out they apply 'or iraaflfar to another. As most immigrants art encouraged to work o'i the land they will proboh . i teeny: Olde'i Taxi-man on the beba Iheie is a co-operative larm run almost i-ntirely % %  The day I ,.. the man in tharge was a younsL stenographer Service, and %  tiy Ind said, proudly, t oldest taxi-drivei In a lerusalei CUssfsM JevveH from Itussia during the re tlon, settled in Shanghai, married a Chinese girl. I think the most amazing in the Promi.'ed Land ii weekly spontaneous Sabbath parade on Tel Aviv seafront Thousands of y i' in their Saturia> I M and march up and down in %  state of spiritual exaltation. Th-re they walk — black, vellow. brown, ginger, and blond. A young Jew who came from Bagdad only a few days bed sat beside me on a nench looking at the parade and Mat' "Isn't It all wonderful* These are the davs of the Messiah." TOMORROW I call In on I kibbutz —I..E.S. i MDitaW) i>i\ MM I H* WMmm Mm* Th. helping ban he was the I met a %  oluand dftal The I s< l SHIM NN of Oeor^e Isaars lly W..I. Ilrowii I SOMETIMES reflect that as much trouble is caused in the world by inadequacy as by evil. When small men are confronted i >* matter) who could Uin la %  with great issues the upshot is on lo accept hi a tutelage m labour liable to be disastrous. A great " %  % %  isue is posing itself In Britain '" h ert, II is my belief thai ..Ir. o-day. And unless something 'waes got the Labour Ministry behappens, it will be handled by a !" uaa he was a cipher. ell-meaning but little man. BlH what is wanted lor the The i.v-ue is the i i.-ing cost of ,l "s which will shortly be upon living. The man Is Mr George us '* rather a superman than I aacs, our Minister of labour cipher. When the wage-freeze was !m" th ineptitude illustrated in posed, it was plain to evervunc tn "lock stoppages is repealed In knew working-class condi">e general wages crlsi fi which lions and the working -class mmd ll0 impends, the result may that it could only be maintained easily bo disastrous. Our national production, they will be utterly valueless when won And let us make no mistake about it. this country is still a l0ts| way from being in full production. True we ban what is called full employment. Bui In too many eases it Is full employment half-cock. I mean by that, that far too large a proportion of our total labour for • %  ... .. > in w which docs not add to the volume ol goods which has to back paper aI And I mean that in the case of which an con! no,c Productively employed, far tun mnnu mtM-IUiM .m .• 11 v,.— >.l uMtustrj Here for any length of time on the poait assumption that the oost ol living ^'<'crablc stoppage; Id be prevented from rising could have uttcrl. There has never been ,iny .-m-fi %  Meets. margin between wage, and pries* What is Government policy to is would permit wages to stand •*• "' iviatioii to the crisis? An still if prices were to rise. attitude of mere negation will The trade unions have groaned "ot do. restively under the wage-freeze Such an attitude would facililong time while pi i. have hslO lhat impelling of millions steadily climbed. Today, millions ol workers into action against Ihe um^"* secunri* from the indus%  f worker* have ksM than :. IMng <;overnment' which a leading !ry Tribunal a ruling that the rage. Communist not long ago deilned me m s l n "< do overtime, and Now the dam has burst. The as the prime object of CommuI! 1 "' ,h L ma-. ers illustralet.the iwint. were men wishing to do an overtime a day, thereby escaping from the wstfO-nsjan to the tune of €3 a week. And here (ire the building It And here and there, and all over the country, are httud thousands of people wanting BOmM Ther.an ITti.000 on the I^ondon waiting lisl aloneTrades Union Congress is in pronlt policy. cess of repudiating the freeze, and Hut merely to multiply the in doing this 1 It is only following Pieces of paper distributed what Its affiliated unions have wage?, would be no better. unU already done. something else is don, There are claPns In for wage Fundamentally the cause in the increaseIn respect of millions rise of the price level which has of workers The engineers nrc led to the present wage crisis, is *• '-•"' prndunne houses in LOOballoting on strike action. the fact that there at no! suffi,,' oar It is plain that the whole basis ricnl backing, in the form of Slop This Nonsense of Government policy is undergoods, for the pieces of paper IE wage nurenses are to be mined, and that a wage-crisis of already floating about uivi'i. the nr.,>itinn ntEtt be that mmense dfmenslons will shortly Merely to distribute more would a" ""s nonsense (and Ihe Maidonly cause a further rise in the 'tone case is only an illustration price level, which within a few of the sort of thing which is months would reproduce the pre*happening in dozens of industries ?nt crisis in a more ncute form. and In a thousand different conRises in (he price level would neclions) must be brought to an ir be upon us. Who Is to handle that crisis" What Is Government policy to be? Worthy. But— GEORGE ISAACS is a worthy ,oon offset the increases in wages. and very likeable man But .. ,,„[ ;hen Ifcore would be all to do Minister who will be called again. In tension greater 11 upon to face this crisig he Is about exists, as adequate as a piece of string would be to hold my bull Like A I • %  %  He was not appointed tor his THIHTY-FIVE years as a trade capacity lo deal with trouble, and union leader nan engraved one that as a community ... time ooeh stoppages In as many lesson Indelibly on my mind It *ume oiilv what we pr." year 8 have demonstrated his mis that In ihe CBusM of priceby buy with what v.capacity to do so. He was apwages, prices always keep ahead is no Other way out pointed, so far as I can sec. beThey are like the mechanical hare Until • %  tjke th.it cause he was Bevins man. in the dog-race. u iurh is always unions, in the matter of real as Bevln is a man who surrenders pursued but never caughl. distinct /rom i^aper wages, will Ii power reluctantly. When he gave This is not to say lhat wage chasing bulterflfeM under the An h up Ihe job of Minister of Labour Increases should not be given. It of Tito assume the Foreign SecretaryIs to say that unless wages inWORLD COPYRIGHT ship, he wanted someone In his creases are accompanied b\ | -F.rtVED old job (this is my interpretation great increase in the volume of —L E.S not the country will drift %  a crisig to wage crisis, I sharper degree Each new general advance will be offset bv further rises in the price level, until w; le;irn tlo IfSsfOB u an office of in. Brr, irustori soo Qrrssat %  .,. -\ analor offtoat is sininu at his spacious desk telephoning as the door opens and a newspaper reporter enters The OgtsfigJ uon. the feportcr to a teat and vues on 'I'i.'p'io'iiny. OffUal: "... note don'l u*orrp, old boy. f have another job for you. A better one '.( anylhlntj. . Yes, truly. . Note be a pood chap ad don'i tpsfry. I'll call you bacfc a bit inler." THIS fiuymi-nl nf a telephone convers%  Uoa M which a reporter friend ol mnuhappened last week is typical of converSttioai beiriK held among control commission %  Hii-ial-s everywhere in the British Cermany. For the officials are worried about their jobs as never before in the five years MIKO the control commission started. They are alarmed about the purge in their rank?> wjiich. they believe, will begin when nvw broom Sir Ivone Kirkpatrick of the Foreign I Ofllce takes over this week us High Commissioner from General Sir Brian Robertson. Nor is it only the lower ranks of the mostly temporary civil servants who are looking around anxiously for positions in the commission where they hope to be safe from being declared redundant. Fear of sacking has this time spread to the upper levels. TIIKYRK NERVOUS AN "Old Boy Network" of retired brigadiers and major-generals who. since 1945, have managed to hold on to many of the best jobs In the commission is nervous about what may happen to them. Up to now the big boss in Germany has always been a man from the Services. Thus Field-Marshal Lord Montgomery was followed by Marshal of the RAF. Sir Sholto Douglas (now Lord Douglas), and he. m turn by General Sir Brian Robertson, who had been Chief of Staff lo both of his predecessors. All these Services men had the natural predilection of Servicemen for Services subordinates. This had the consequence that although the Foreign Ofllce has long since assumed responsibility for the control commission. 1 still found "The Old Boy Network" in command on mv last visit to Germany. FIVE OUT OF 10 OF the ten administrative divisions forming Sir Brian's headquarters staff ot Warmer Heide, 1 found five headed by retired officers dnwlfig Service pensions us well as their salaries. Sir Ivone. however, is a civilian and a diplomat. He may not appreciate the advantaga of having a retired major-general as his adviser on religious affairs, or a penriOTstd brigadier as head of the information services, whose job it is to watch over Germany's newspapers, films, and radio. I don't know that he will even regard it as essential to have a military man as his economic advisii In chief Now if Sir Ivone Kirkpalnck replaces these retired officers with his own bright young men from the Foreign Office, as is thought likely, then it is also on the cards that some of these young men in their turn may not agree with their Services predecessors that elderly ex-soldiers and ex-sailors are necessarily the best men for the top jobs in their divisions. At present, for instance, the bl (retired) In charge of the information services has another brigadier (retired) under liim running the information centres in the French and American zones of Germany. And so it goes right on down the lino. An anti-military coup at the top would therefore probably mean an anti-military evolution throughout the commission. What Sir Ivone actually plans no one as vet knows But the scene is so Intriguing that even the German newspapers have started guessing. They are guessing in accordance with their own wishful thinking AN AMBASSADOR DER SPIEGEL for instance, reports that Sir Brian himself warned his staff privately lhat onlv those would be retained who (1) could speak German, and (2) were friendly to the Germans. The main change. I understand, will be that Sir Ivone will not regard himself as a controller but rather as an ambassador with Tins Chocolate S>rup fills I'lm-apple Vim Cleanser (Large) Vim Cleanser (Small) 51 NOW 41 42 M 28 H 16 14 J 1'iti run FOR TUB-: WEATHER I'ruU'rl Yuur HaofM Xou-H We hair .... SHI.NGLtS SHIM.1.1: PAINT GALVANISE OLTTEUI.NC; 18 24'. JO". 36 ALUMINIUM CUTTKRINti 24", SO", 3" GALVANISE NAILS IKON NAILS 1'LASTIC (for stopping holes) • WILKINSON & HAVNKS CO. LTD. Successors lo C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. Dial 4413, 4472 it 4S87 nECKWITH STORES MlTtna & Hnrt- ENGLISH HIS< tTrS < : \h PafkJf i:..ln.i-ii from 48V. to Ctttc. B • Sm;il1 Rich Tea. Lincoln Cream, Osboine RED. WHITE & BUH BAKED BFANS Rrdurrd from ISr. 1% BAHAMAS < Rl SHED IINEAPPI.E i 'i fmm Sir to EXHIBITION ERENCII BRANDY <|uarU) Krrlurrd from H.3t to i.-... :iOr. s:i.o STANSFELD. SCOTT ft CO. LTD. ATTENTION HOUSEWIVES NEW ARRIVALS In Our Furiiishinit llrpl. HANI) PRINTED (RETONNES IN LINEN & COTTON PRINTED (iLAZED CHINTZ — ALSO — HEAVY PLASTIC IN PLAIN COLOURS AND LIGHT PLASTICS — IN — VARIED DESIGNS DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT special powers. Many of the offices held under Sir Brian will be suppressed. Numbers of the staff will he cut. Hence the scramble for stay-safe jobs. And hence those conversations — L.E.S. SPECIAL PLEADING iMdijs SftetMU Some Members of St. Michael's Ve5tr.v. at its lass) Meeting, attempted u, cunluse Ihe issue of the second steel shed in gucrns Park by stating that ihe recent protests were loo late, and the erection of the shed almost complete. The letter of the President of Barbados Arts & Craft which appeared in faturdajra "Advocate clearly established the fact lhat in 1W8. brfor permission was sought by ihe Agricultural Society lo erect a second steel sh-<: the Vestry. So much ws cast, that members of the objecting societies were asked to be of the Queen's Park Commiv. %  Vestry, early in 184B An attempt was mad. members of the Vestry to justify the erection of a second mund that It was i i cssfsary for the feeding of poor people. That apparent virtue The Vestry, with ratepayers had insisted on the purchase of an unsuitable building too small for the purpose Imagine .jit. therefore, when Ihe Agricultural Society sought permission to erect a second steel' shed on a site adjoining Queen'? Park kitchens Small wonder that %  i. : %  .... ll II pSsrtlaaBl Ifl .isK whether ihe Agricultui.il Society's Judges are sitt:ng down to bre.knearly 300 paupers And. if not. where are the hungi y u-uig fed on Ihe two days of the Annual Industrial Exhibition while its Judge* W* consuming (lying-fb.h pie. turkty, chicken. hm. jug)tig. etc., under the steel shed. If alternative accommodation can be found to lu.iily 300 poor people for two days, surely the same accom.an be utilised for a further S63 days. The tender Vestry are scarcely sending the poor away empty on two whilst its Members participate afforded by the Exhibition. in the diversions Annual Industrial 'ft hi igbt and proper tha. pool should be fed. whatever heir number, but Queen's Park %  houta nut be used as a soup kltehML Two far sighted VeatT] men raised their voices in protest on this [mint—Mr. Chase and Mr Miller. They apprml* the wholesale destruction of Queen'! Park as a pleasure garden Quite rightly they consider not only the community ,' large, but other O u l 1 Park who. although not dependants on a soup kitchen, are persons without gardens of their own and enjoy the use of the Park The claims of these persons must also be weighed against Ihe 300 pooi. Fortunately. users of. Queens Park h„ i which can be exercised against those who destroy its *u.< The centre -A Queen's P*rk Is By A Special Correspondent laaSva Csfoi n. t the proper place fur steel sheas Users of the Park require opts) space as is possible quite apart from •ny question of loss of grass, walks, flower-beds and the pleas'anl prospect of Ihe Georgian house occupied by the Agricultural Department If .steel sheds are a In Queen's Park, then St Michael's Vestry should take steps to acquire the Und to the East of % %  ; This i* the natural boundary ot the Park. On the higher land, at the Hall's Road end, steel sheds could be erected which would in no way interfere with the amenities of Queen's Park Agricultural Society has erected the most hideous form of memorial in Queen's Park to celebrate its Centenary The erection of a second steel shed is not only a d has also %  lienated many i and willing to give help to the Society. The action of the Barbados Arts & Crafts Society in withdrawing from Us annual task ol organising and arranging the exhibits in the Arts & Handicrafts Section, after fruitless protests, is commendable. Judges at former exhibitions, who appreciate this further damage to the amenities of the Park by the erection of a second steel shed, will, doubtless, register their protests in a similar manner, when invited to serve in that capacity this year. It is obvious that the Vcst.y cannot be allowed to continue its role as the destroyer of the amenities of the only Park in this Island Control by higher authority has baconss necessary and urgent before further damage occurs. During the last war there was a saying in current use: 'Everything that goes up must come down" Public on i cause a similar fate to befall both %  teel sheds in Queens Park. Oxlonaues In Tins Lamb in Tins Brlskel of Reel in Tins Meat Roll in Tins Steak and Kidney In Tins Vienna Sauuges In Tina ii.ir.i.ii Cocktail Sausages Danish Frankfurter Saosages Veal Loaf In Tins II im Loaf In Tins Pall de real t.r.d. Whole Hams or Cut VLCiKTABLES Beel Koot — 12c. per lb" Carrots — 18c. per lb. Cucumbers in Tins si-hCIALS ( jrr* Chocolate and Cream Biscuits Harle> Sugar in Biles. Barley Sugar Sucks Cake Mix In Pkges Ovalllne Rusks FISH Kipper's In Tins Kipper's Cold Storage M.. k.Ti-1 fold Storage Mackerel in Salt Pilchards In Tina Herrings In Tins Kraft Fish Supreme In Tina Anrhevy Paste Fash Paste Flah Cakes IB AND 11ACON NOW ANCHOR BITTKR —88c. LB. When its time to Cool off Try an lee'-Calri tmm \ imtsK JAR ENRICHED Swui meat GODDARDT I



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TUESDAY AM 27, lftft) BARBUKrS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE Commissioner Interviews Twelve FOUR WILL BE CHOSEN T HE nm n tramw iimnii froir. -..iu,ng 3u lo be interviewed b> Ua CommiFollce (ilr. a view Oj unking oui four to jon the local branch ot Policewomen, turned up at the Central Station at 10 a.m yesterday The majority are well built! With a reasonably good height: and some are educated to the I .School Certificate standard Thev were first seen by Major W A Farmer. Deputy Commissioner of] Police, and Miw Betty Arw. I Social Welfare Officer They were afterward* taken be-! fore the Commissioner of Police.; to be further inter vie wed altar which they will irkc thatl tetu. S OME FAIRLY UK \VV shower* were experienced on Sunday night and up lo six o'clock yesterday morning. During this period one nun tad eight parts ot rain were recorded in St Joaeph while St Andrew and St James got over 80 parts. The rainfall returns were. City 40 part*. Station Hill District M a rts. St. George 35 parts. St dip 52 parts, St Thomas 77 parts. Si Peter 75 parts. St. James 0 parts. St. Andrew 92 parts, St John "2 parts und St. Lucy 48 parts. N OW THrtT THE tr-ffi. are placed at Hi Adult Suffrage Bill Goes Before Council Sugar Resolutions He/ore House THE BILL ii unend the i:< %  Peopk Act may coir,, up for in Council today. Th* Bill ittki 1 party qualifications (or membership at th,Gomei to yrant Adult Suffrage, and u. rad number of member-, required to form a House. inastasia^ Survivors ire Here lanes entrances more pert the Victoria Bridgi dwtrlans are making use of "the footpath. Those who were previously inclined to cross the Bridge by the traffic roadway now make use of the path. Pedestrians in Trafalgar Square and In Broad Street are also getting accustomed to the lanes in these areas but I lew absentminded sUII forset. I T MAI 0*11*1 ;;t A few months before the new Plaza Theatre In Proljn Street Is opened. Already scats a IT being erected n. the Balcony and electricians arc wiring the operating room. The foundation for the ground floor is being prepared and the terrace gt the right of the building is being paved. Further attraction ha* licen added to the Probyn Street area recently Originally there wn only one sign painted on the wall of Messrt" Jason JofMg Company's mola^es compound but two more signs have recently been added. One advertise*. Exeter Corn Beef, the other Burnett* Gin nrtm FOUNDATION 1 building which will house the offices of Messrs Gardiner Austin & Company, is being built This building is to be erected at the Lower Green, opposite the new Plantations Limited building. 1 AI RIsTON BROOME of Jack %  spn reported the loss of $22, i quantity of receipts and three B.T.C. race books He stated that he missed these articles at Q Park on Sunday night. A DINA WALCOTT of Belle Tenantry reported that hi house was broken and entered between 700 and 11.00 a.m Friday and $11.12 removed TWS LOSS OF A CHAIR vnliu.l 1 $8 was reported by Edna Armstrong of Flint Hall. St Michael. She stated that it was removed from her house between 7.30 and 10.00 p m on Frid 'pWO FOWLS AND A Tt'RKEY X total value $7 38. are reported missing by Albert Brathwalte ol Carrlngton's Village. SI. Michael He stated that they were stolen from his fowl house between 2.00 and 5.00 a m. on Sunday E IGHT TRAFFIC OFFENCES occurred over the week-end. but on no occasion was a motorist discovered speeding. One motorist was charged with reckless driving, another for driving without due care and attention, one for not stopping after being involved in an accident and one for driving without the appropriate licence. Another person was charged for not keeping on the left of the road. There was one charge for not stopping at a major road, and two were charged with not havlnc lights on a bicycle and a cart A N ACCIDENT occurred on Western Road, St. James at about 100 p.m on Sunday between the motor car L—81. owned and driven by Dr A. C Kirton of Barrows, St. Lucy and another car. g165. owned by G S Pilgrim of Bullin Farm, St James and driven by Hegtnald Payne of Paynes Bav. St. James Both cars were damaged Everdlne Browne of Checker Hall, St. Lucy, who was a passenger In the car L—81. was struck on her right shoulder. M OTOR LORRY J—154. owned and driven by Arthur Speed of Messiah Street. St John, was Involved in an accident alonu Bulkeley Road. St. George, at %  bout 6 45 a.m. on Sunday Also involved wa s the bus P—84. owned by E. Lucas of Parish Land St Philip and driven by Morgan Sinclair of Sailers. S* George Both vehicles were damaged. T WO CARS WERE INVOLVED in an accident along Derrick* Road. St James at about 4 p.m. on Sunday. One was owned by Cle%-eland St Hill of Magazine Lane and driven by Elda Howard of Brlttons Hill, and the other bl owned by R. N. Hutson of Holetown. SI. James and was being driven by Marston Rccde. of Holders Hill. St. James. The f-ont of St. Hill's car was smashed and a guard wall damaged Education Conference Opens Today '"pHE Confcran I Educator. Js Officers of the Lev Windward Is'ands opens this morning at Hash o'clock under the Chairmanship f Mr .1 L Nieol, Or. %  cational Adviser to tl. tn Dar fOi ivv.-inj.ii, ,-ut .„ \ •&; %  :fare in the West Indies The Conference will 1.,.! fa about two or three day.Ii> purpose Is lo discuss til. problems of the Eastern Caribbean with special reference to e training of teachers. Attending tinOorstaranco srll be Mr. I| D. Boxill. Education Officer of St l.ucla, Mr 1> I. Matheson. Education Officer, St. Kills. Nevis; Mr, Clifford 1'almFedera) Education Officer of the Leeward Islands, Mr. Vincent Hadley. Education Officer or S: Vincent. Major C. Glindon Reed. Director of Education, Mr J C Hammond. Headmaster of Harrison C oU eg a, Major. Headmaster of Coi Schoc.l. Mr. A W Robarl P pal of Erdiston College, Mr. Erie James. Staff Tutor of the Estb i Mural Department of tint'ioveisity College and Mr. A Dotts;las Smith. Resident Tutor ol tl University College Dr J. W. P. HaialMM, C U Ci O.B.E.. Medical Adviser lo CD nd W Mr A de K Framptoti Agricultural Adviser t C U W and Mr Philip Hewitt-Myrlng. Public Relalimis Adviser to CD. & W. will also attcini ind address the Confi I I Amorik ottwr matt down on BM Order pi I,II,. W v Board utaingeu-wi, Sttop Assistants,) Order 1850 which seek* tha eeUuUshiuciil ol %  ...,,.• Board for shop assistants in Bridgetown Anollier Resolution I thorise the Governiner.i Into agreements with persons '.o serve in tinBarbados General Hospital in the office* 0 I %  i.ltlSl I'ltV M. cuillst Ha %  I %  %  %  %  %  at out in i) %  to the Resolution In The House 111 the II %  -l A %  mblj M esriieeted that consideration :. be given to a Resolution lo -improve the Sugar Industry (Hefial ultaHon, Prlca stainii.atton and Laboui Welfare) Order 1930 Anollier Resolution ll to %  !>prove the rale payable to produoa and the rate payable i" Ha Fane) MoUuaea Control and Marketing Boani on Fancy produced during the Of nnn tO, bxed ii> the Governor* In-Executive CagunlUaa on Uw advice of the pBTM %  Control and Marketing I The BDtKM I <" disensaion on the second raadlDSJ i the Bill to amend the law relating lc Separation and Malsttananct Under "Private Members' Business" Mr. Miller is expected to move the pas-Mng of an Address t\.m\ r'OK nil r'lKST TlMK m hi.;ot> . W,M Indian team will compete in the aflfUoi te.un .\. Rifle Association bokta iis Jmponal shoot at Bislev bl July. Bisiey week starts on Jul\ 15th, and the teams from Barbados. Trinidad. British QuUna and J.im.nca are expected to arrive m Kn^land within the ne\! loilnn;h! Tagfsg The ; ll.il i... i. "Bad Egg" Gets A Month In Jail "YOU are a bad egg and you only walk about stealing people* things." His Worship Mr. B. Griffith told Aubrey Clark* %  27-year-old of Nelson Street yesterday when i %  < %  to one month's Imprisonment with hard labour for loitering near a dwelling house in N;ivy Gardens. Christ Church with intent to commit j felony First witness for IttO prosecution was Clarence I-ovell who said on June 23 he u.^ p.^sir.n the house of Mr Stuarl arban bf saw Clarke lookun: Into .* window. Bo gol suspicious and lumensentcd to the temporary, release ol Mr. Alex Skelton of the Depae' ii Commerce, m order that ba may MTVg ;is a membei %  K'M.I.M u Nigeria. Under the new constitutional development', taking place in ba country is to be dividIhrtM Kegions and given quasi-federal constitution. These ; v in turn to linluaatka— involving the Iknancial relations between the und Central authorities Commission of Knquii. %  i appointed lo iiL,ik<;NitlOtal to the Governo: in Council On theae matters and in particular as to the dl .etwecn the thne Region? Oantral Nigerian SarvlcM The ( ommission mil consist ol. in I..: .< >tibcr*, the two others being Sir Sydney Phillipsoii. formerly Financial Secretary 0f| Nigeria, and now Comnn *peei:il 'iuty in Nlgei IH. and Mr. J. U Hicks, a Fellow of Nuffleld ixford. The Commission will begin work In Nigeria this month, and U d to complete it* Enthe end of September represeiding all of the %  will prohabw remain hawa shot al sUalt| bofora, by) for a weel nlj in the Junior evei fact that %  composite Wl team has been Invtt* lna> Sags! ". competitions i .. %  %  by the N )< A i '. %  hot -it Hi%  fie War for TttB apootntad CommandaM of thi Weal in.1,i making arrai :iie. are brnv:. r >tart it dl innecessary !*> bavg t --curacy. loach lie is alto linking fin | BlM i ass wind coach foi the team to uke part in tl., (omeone who knows d A.dl and will elect the laaaM f"i lha only eight mm >M!I hg (Hikcil tn shool U-i th,. Seiiim Kolapoie .; % %  Ml Kinnon. The others will shoot UM minor leain event.-. Askod his oplidon of the West .it Ihsley. Capt Johnstone said: -We have the : d If i or boys work as • %  .-hall Uno tl c: their aflorti .-. naarlcarnan man %  .III' i'M'1 lllf • tejims." I*a.l Succevses Tha West Indies have an ceUant record a*. Bislev already, .both in team and, individual lh| Junior Kolapore tli % %  • %  McKinnrtn one* Doth tttri Qulang and Jamaica hav in the Junin a and hava bjMfl sc-ond • v. ill time* i The most outstanding perft 'ance by a West India* 6 ilahq was m IMI wn i Drltlan i Guiana won the Steward Cup With the excellent srnre of 191 nut of a possible 200. For th •vent thirty-three teams the %  • CAPT. J. A I'NAitll ,* Skipper ,.f the ajrcea d \ebla Aaasla-ls" .in that they saved so dtEMUltl %  I'I r pan want down ail ship. When tha Advocate viatti tha %  tatting hair cuti %  % %  foui ttrenuo .mi nUhu pumping watat I the ship which i ir* from numlNTs t.ne anil tanks and then from cargo rml.i* 00 two and three 'Serenissima' Sees Drifting Life Boats life THREE boats were the posltloi West by the skipper of the S.S "Serenissima". No crew was In either of DM The Harl' in M Spam Trinidad, ha i formed of the matter by request of the master of the .in. i %  iceordlruj la .> %  reaching the loi.il Harbour and Shipping Departrnanl %  %  cablegram receiv d at this office reports the sighting of two large tiw trunks in latitude II 41 North longitude SO 5M West This infni niatlon was given by the master of the S S "Regent Lion" The skipper thinks the aarooa to navigation. UM 77iezi#ristocral. t ER/ Bicycles II spfcK HI. nm 11 lllltl I'I K( II \*l A IIIIISOX % Hill SIMM I V-ll |j HK>l> UtRANOED II Broad Si, Local Aganls. "Pointer" Loads Sugar %  a Point. iding K.OOO Montreal c.iihsi. Father Will Pay Son £4 CROWN GETS MMr C. L TAY1/3R and Mi. H A. Vaughgto, Judges ol the Court of App. terdav conlirmefl j, decision of H v. rahlp Mi D O Morris. and rdered F.rm^t Hill of Fon% %  pay Carlton Mill, his ,, %  Crown I and 1/l Morris had lound Ity of having broken down % %  wall and pillar onged to his son. The wall was valued C* Both father and son appealed against the lacsaton ThenHntionrs also ordered I.,I to pay 5 8 api--^l Mr J. S 11 I*e.ir .II %  Carlton ii:ii Who OwflM It? The wail arai broken dowi smo uwntl the property Hill. (aid that he bad allowed THE S S "Alci at Speightstown Ii tons of sugar for Canada Thu ship arrived at Bay over the week-end on to Speightstown on Sunday afternoon. Loading of the sugar began early yesterday Lighters and barges under low of a launch were going off from lha • %  liarves of Messr; I'I %  I lions Ltd and Messrs R A C, Challenor Th.potnter" is tha Bi it Mi m | hip lo f good steady fhootsng The next > si I %  Crooki 't Trlraklad snooting In the M i lasa, won the Corpora lion ami City of London rvent with a score of 19 out of g posvlble 50, and went on tt> win the %  Times" TinBbsa* 'CtHle" When the West Indians csUbliafa their i amp at Hisley they will have to conform to Ihe vary strict tUalaj "eoda "f N.i in \ I.IIIOII is permit! 1 i '. mil' whicli lay down which i tie and what aids to accuracy may lie used. F.verv com lltte toe inspection and taatlng whasWT*r required. l-i.-miently ranKc ofllti-itl 'i 11,^1 I' I'M %  %  %  rifle a> i ., mlnlmun puu <*" ', to. In the casg od .; match rifts i i. 4M> and %  sporting riBa 2|lb Km •hs4-harKlng his rifle acW ck-ntally. "i having oxofpt amen on lha .Arini poll L man may b-' %  rest of die mi i tor what i dascribed as "disoodssBt, a'Ml for breaches i>f the Bir-lcy rules the dttee of die N It A have ., lA i, .... UM HI *ay ina aung Hia i mrnittsa '"" ""' mcM inlesa rasa t referred ti> thern ,., ( reasons V' 1 ; n ill with by the chief OfAo i An indication of Uw high landard of conduct al BWaj %  %  i ommlttoo ti onlv met h.df a dotei 'oi %  Lmg lz" rnrri-ii IHH\NA > • II A -"• < %  I Ur S J nrWOT M' aw % %  %  • • %  Golf Club Presented W ills Udder gtd Counin iiub was prasaaluJ with a Chalsa %  i | kturdsq b) i and th.< I %  "TLise*. ti. 1 lib pssatti i %  hnHigh the Bl months With a blind '.I i uon in th ursa ol lima tha playan artll reach ttaeti own Mr* els. but in diHiig so a fair fund should be raided towai.i im tn In II ulad. Caraciu or Brittah Guiana aarnwttma Daatl year A player may chaDanga immadiatat> above bun and the challenge must be ao-l upteii w-nhin two weeks, but if Ihe challenger falls lo displace I ins opnoaani he must, pay a fine I of one dallat toward tha travel-1 iinK rood n ihe rtLaUengwdl player lows hu place h Mi Eric Alkinaon. John Met) Grace, Dam %  Kin.' .i riage. Further bearing w.v evening adjourned until Mi jn am. to-morrow. I-egal appearances .,. Hi E K Wascott, K C 'nslrurte %  Mi i .,111. • latfi for the pctilinncr. and Mr C II Ai in sWTUObsd by Mew lather.' Hutchmson A Banfleld. [or thi I resnundent I H 1 I %  I-, i am rapi C %  •toblr" 1KIVID4II %  Mr r. Cro. ...a lAnnoiiM inuMi,i oar.. M*I J % %  araao*, | D ii i: um >i II t M I lasUsva r Waaidi | i IM -"•— M.IO. r M tie was tsken to the General Hotpital where he was treated for Injuries and sent home C sTUL BROWN OF CHARNOCK8. Chr.'*. Church, reported that fvr pine joists were stolen from the cellar i Cal lender of the same address during Sunday night. The fence was committed on Dccepiber 5, last year In imposing the %  decision of His Worship Mr H A Tiiliiii, who had dismissed the case on Its merits As a result of the oft van and the car S-125 were involved in an accident Monis appealed Honours decision What's on Today Mi. his ot House of \-s.m Ml -l 1? noon. Mretlnc f I fhUUvf (snrll at *00 p.m Mobile rin.ro. al "Home" AniculUiral Station, fit. Philip, at 7.30 pm. sfstapga** Many**! in fln> f tt'tntfst ##*#/#* $ FI.OOR IVFFCTIOV AsssMS demand . llns in-n. inure eflcct IJLOORS teem n.a. Seeds 5,000 HagH Of ftles oVKi: i." HUM d ll end Ibitb tin B, u RTo • snd n Philip ii Dsttridsoa i.inlight '2.U00 bags each whllU> rought 1,100 itags. Vt %  •M'ls have BlSO b Hht ,i total Ol •J.42^ bags of In '.'' i tuns of 111 i--. I'i Other i srgo was o bi Uw Philip Dei di i si d 401 I greenhsaji bi the Mw MeN. U'.W. ASSAULT 201\fA<.INTKATK C. 1 : KJ on Percy Juneof llilikson I when b lUllty Ol Itudolp'i Hi 22 Anotrw i oe al M tot u leulting Pink May 24. was also' ot bMbarl Hiol Bai Hall, when he appeal*.I befOf inngistrnte -; B. GrllTllh GOD'S WAY OF j SALVATION i MAOE PLAIN •" i. i Bool tron s Roberta, 30, Central Avenue. Uengor. N IrelQnd a^^ SPECIAL LINES MOSS CREPE at $3 > rd In Pink. Gray. BUcull. CrtM. Sh*ba. Emerald Tern and Black STRIPED ART SILK SHEER at $2-32 yd. Royal. In Cardinal. Orchid. Greei and Lemon PRINTED ART SILK CREPE at $1.94 yd. Large Colourful Floral Designs on While Grounds. C. I IIAIIIIISON & (0., iB-Dos) LTD. Dry <•noils liepiirtinelil : lliiil 2IM1I WE ALL CANT BLOW SMOKE RINGS BUT WE CAN BUY "DOBIES" FOUR SQUARE BRAND AND ENJOY "A GOOD SMOKE." %  vilh germs jgh you ni-i | where there is a baby. Makfl MoeasM sress hesplUI-eleen wllh JMl'IM more germI I faster Y< t if' I *fe as soap to Always add JEVFINE to your cleaning water Enid agrance your bath it helps tn soften oral JEYPINE FRAflRANOE HYt.IF.NE On gale J! KNK.IITS DRUG SiORF.S KADIAC" Evoninn Dress BhirU with plain stiff boaom and Marcelln stiff bosoms. Sizes H'/a to 17 tna. Each • I.NOEAVOfJR" pol -.hlrl-. -I.-ii| -l-i \> s in itsBslai <•< white blur *nd ere^in. olie. II'. t.> HI bM I .-Ii tt.Sl JC 73 • Mt.'IKorOl.f trubmlird collar .ti i. h> .1 self <*lour -inn. Ill shMsa o* blue. ind SSVXSSB. ''i/.s II 1 to I?' i pjg Each. .is.ia KHAKI A \V Mill | Irnith turn over Un lle. %  asai H n. IM. Pslr 11.ZI i:\VON St SHARKSKIN IWtBl'PsBj trunkItasa medium. Isrse, f->m only SS.SI TOOTAL TIEH for boys A fine telrrtlon of design* I" In...-,from. Fsi-h Sir. -1 \ I8LAHD OOTfOH BBA isi.wn < orroN OIlHlsr slhleUr ve*l. ru. Cellular alhleAlr Irusihs.


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PACK BIX FIXRIIUMi-. 1I1VOI Wl 11 I ^l>AY. JINE 2T. m HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY %  v AH ... •?, TM J* *Tisa*M>\v3T-eB PLANS 3ECM T s* ("LASES 1 A>6 r~> 5 SASX P. CJTS,HUM - 5 N *S iriE LONE RANGER FRANK STRIKFR FOR MORE AND BETTER BREAD 'HARVEST QUEEN FLOUR is back again — tt 7'GETTINGUP (fcttuuf tfou "Date* ? h bt-km b. ** lut.L'M %  'I MBB |W baWii bttebUia* Whra BU. I...)..... ^l-t %  I *Hir, >**f *! %  * M*IWa In hrJp i*' fcidnr,. rffUB %  n^mJ ,—!-- f Da*Tl K"fe* POk. IWdi Utlp ih* luW 1*1 nd •* pMMM MN) Mini i. id* to rwr .. %  < %  "Thaw j*uiiiiin'diiippiii >u(M*i* r.itlul *ib.o*-o *Wr> and ••*• •*MaMR***** -w4rU, Gat*|rnu f IW4T* K-htT Nli lada*. (Mr 1 **•**-*' 0 n'. B. Jch. Kidn^PiDi MM hascr BB*] ht Hclpinj to CIOOK ibc Hd, fy„„ urf „to ''~ **•" uruuuy annaepoc. Many *f-— ,.-raterul men and women harrj tntifiad to fh* **Ma1 regained by taUnf Doan'a Km* All. yw Da-rJar far DffiSBIS §B8G] HEALTH BENEFITS tH> • CONTAINS VITAMIN A & D IN A DELICIOUS FORM • INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS • ENSURES STRONG LIMBS AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN Haliborange The niceM ivay of taking HALIBUT LIVER OIL %  ••• by .LIEU 1 HINIURVS LID.. LONDON HO M.1,-1 tamima *prd. ini-.u.? ...L,,I bri&lna and %  IT, J:I r. %  * Ike mad at all ipcvdi WITH NEW MifMII ni/.i JK£ ir THE FINEST MIDGET EVER THE WEW TRUCK .5J22. MORE POWER + MORE M.P.G. f Greater Smoothness + LONGER LIFE COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM LTD. DIAL 4616 — WHITE PARK k>o-tn>*wlMel.-.ih • •oaismei. l*t>la*daTkiiboe< a _. _> ^t "I *V*1 *#n *& a*— *T Ifc a iwar*a FORT ROYAL GARACiE LTD. Phone 2385 Solo Distributor! Phone 4504 I



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TTESn.VV. Ji'si 2: ItH IIVKIIAIMIS ADVIK ATI r ir.r SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. p,mir ***** UKer rmfi %  fw BOB i Mr lair '**td*> ••I III . >OII i s I urn SALE %  l*" on* >'i ISIWIILI K ATIIt. Vincent svMmr CARinorx bland AUCTION JNDER ^HL IVCHY HAMMER %  • %  tmt, >i 1 m ai N' %  to "lie-. -11 ih,t t.n l>* da.lt M lu. AUTOMOTIVE CAR P1li C n Ui> II OM li*f lailii Ti... IXlha' 1 any drb or d*t. cftr.i Hf Bna Aull* Valei in • %  ALB. iba hating irit protection NOTICE to notify 'he I*n*e' ptibi %  % %  FURNITURE i 100 riant "iJ s*u i %  H'KMTIW: BAU %  .... < %  • LIVESTOCK MECHANICAL %  TCY" Saacni loUAHAC.E -r>i#i -nd Harrulaa OH'BTWY n *t> -: i •n'PKUi —COM OH urn. Tor qukJ I'.. I. -T 0 W t, MISCELLANEOUt -i ia j NtXDLfc-S for your r**ard player ill hind* includln* Bub* and Sapphic* pnt n*fdlM lo Nay •"•' I-ioumnd r acordlfi d W. HT.W MATTERS— Dinah astor*. Sinairs. Bins and all lha rtat. And Bat, but quack. RETREAD lyraa al p*cul %  -** PTICM w .< an. a • NBOO, M in *•. •**?•* MUS 1Mb Enquire Auto Tvre Compan). TlafalSar BlreH. Pnoii* WO* •AW— on* I 3 H.P. 110 V BTOVB—On* lU Trlpl* Burner Oaa Ran*;.Applr Cllllon Tmrt UBP*' Ray street T'-L-pnon* a*** •_. UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER IS M (mm th# [iirti.tr >mp uliml lha NlM .... bucket.. II li %  pp* 4 tuuNpaita. 2S rtvJeoiMM] Nuiirr %  %  %  on Mou.i.y Mm J„ (> Thaw pr wnoa* L—c h-v -mi b*i ara.hed to call in for ih.,i, i. Saturday a-1J..U I! H Oplhaltniii. JT 1 *H riBMN i \-it OFFICIAL lARHADUN NOTICE LINDSAY ERCIL ItVKIH'll* (.11 I. LCXI.AND LEOPOLD WILTS) MndML ........ %  r in tin. ... h,. nd If*. 1 ,v, MtkH to all ia any eatalr. i.ht o* Inlrt. 1. i ..ii. main uin. ur pant] i.l Hill i I... i I.I ^alllt MKnMl U mina by I that i nundf*d -nd ilm %  i on Lii,inoai I .I,,, ii. I ,...i if John D Hirtmi iinm now or lU> <>l \ on .ithct land, now or lair ..f jj,,,. ,. . lioviiiimant Hill o* tawnnti *an th<> aainr may abut and buund loatthrr mil, all and ainiular lha buildtna* and *rc_ BM .aid oa,ci 0 f land *r*t-d and ttuili atanoituf and l*i" with in.. %  PWiirifnanc^ tlia ,*id paicvl of Und brma thr property or tKr dpfrndant \„ brtna batorv m* an account if ibnr naanllMcl by mr on any 1 rr-dav l*t-*n ihc houm of il IKLM • %  id j o clock in the aQrnxHui, a< (he OffWr of Ihr C!n> oi Ih* (HlUM CoMM ol Appeal ai Ihr Court II„ town, bcfoi* In* >nd day < in order that turh claims i acrordind to thr naj| ( A.ia.iIB-I ..t lilt be p.r, •aid Decir*. and b* MBIVM I Mam.1 lhe_.-a proi l.imant, ar* alao'n'otiird %  it attend the aald Court on Wednr> the Ind da> of Auaml HI, at | oe* a.m when Ihatr <*M .1 tor ni liand Ihu Uhd day i I V <.ll Khs Foil RKMT HOUSCb fBIBTAI. irRINdS Am... Si .ailable n n Monthly %  **••• furnlihed PLATPulls fuiTil.li<-i ntniiui walk from Cob. uiual office* PTotn July lat January lit ll Applj W *•* Dowdlnf. Dial 1M "VILLA INA lla.tln*>. 1-1 Aui brdrnoma. 1 drra-inai r—i'. Vfar. eleetrw. Apply Nttima (Mod) llal DM Diei>l-'. > %  %  W AMI II i moi M nctt n.niriiN an U:ALAND l.Eoi'f>ij> UIITMIIR. Not*n i. ha* i i Order v l Ihc AMtatol it*d the BM .ii. ..( Hay, i*vo ihcr< ill b* HI up lor uki I al the Oftltr .,1 %  OUII Of Appr*l al Uie Cour ..i.-e. Dridi %  %  i r'riday the 4th it.. All that certain pi. .. • H %  I Jamea i %  land, now „, ;.• land* now or late ..I Jol-i D Id. landa now or late of Vi iother lan-l I ind nn the public I < %  inaril 1MI or how>ur>cr >kw ih. abut U .e 10 ft to li x 0 ft md SO ft > ii ft xiii with n—drooi • in lien It K 0 II Encloaad i i .hi*. VINCENT Cli::> ; %  :. a v la 1-ublW Com Ati.et oi %  IHEti i. on K.Sli .11 in. i '-4 Kallcry, dnrlii|. dinroom, Kllrhcnalt* a Kitchen %  made UM n.y Eatal. bulldln, mnihar MnnW* with an c-ilmnc Ife-rn Ihu-now road Por in.paetMi tTefbAV li *I REAL ESTATE MBTIMXJOIAM IIS Mi chart, a • i..i.dlr on 1 acre 3 r Tna .UHiii.chaua* com %  eilionit* 1 wit* runnlnj %  l ho t.an i::.. i %  .' d OFFICIAL SALE & fci^fft Sflfl LTSS 11.1.-III...I I rtOaTOtOWl . i;. i bind %  %  C. -i 1 %  SMUb RECITAL Mlo. ORACITA IUIKVI-K Aicompain*.! li> W P CHAMBER*. U>\ Vt*ri'!ada> JUM* flth 1UU %  I • %  •• p.m. JAUBa KTRIKT UITIIoniBT %  'Hi h II W.niMl.n >>. b> frair.itimr r Povablc ai iho Door Programmes ran be obtain* — from — iM'H It.i.i, -Ad mm ^ BM Be-i Biun aaBfJaataq>.WBBll|lBlBI II BH III! >, IT PAYS TO ADVFRTISF sstfs.'S.'.'S.:'.:*.'.:',;;;',:: FOR SALE at Constant Plantation I'miapla ami Purlin rctoi> Roofa covsrord wltlt inriUKataJ galvaiilBaxl Iron 28 fi .pan by 125 |i long appro*. Apply— U M ;.IMPS0N & CO W/,-,W-'^4ry, MM I I HAND1 I H i.i.i%  I H> i.lp. HIM.ILN tin I'HOTlH.U \IMIV V. II Sli.itihl Have : : I lOKfl BOB1 Kis A CO, Dtel 3M| >.'.'.-.-.: %  %  %  .-.:;'* FOODS \l i in woni urn si WORKS "i VC MOB I t|l Mil m-VH BHOOM-* I and i Mn lOnNSONfl -IMMMK* .. II..ISI).. \R*. i V KHSOI.IOUCriTDIIIIIDOS i property of Ih* di'fandatii i nan antd the 'aid property will be et or aaM on av*r> -miiedma Friday aunt ha .r> umil the U'm ..in r.l le Ihan <1M Dated thi* Bind day of May. IBM. 1 C PTB ..I UN A I V otlx IMPNTANT NOTICE Tlie HMply al N-iui-i Gaa %  la lir-ini ctmiiiiu.it paodini %  .. ;..',i"li.:i.. Ih" Itarbadus Gas Co., LTD. HELP I.Bad r*tu i ai u Salary < pa tt Co* Air %  %  MfMOfcM FN.IIK %  .ii .i.,:, BM Any further parllciUr. %  lib. Crrliflcale. lo li. V,' II E Jobroon. later than Monday 3rd I :-. % %  P M O Sinned A A B GILL. leih. Poor Law Ouai U t .i WANTED by Ihe Barbadoa PublWU* rortunltlaa. Lady Anud-Dt to take rnara* reai., Heowr*l Alri-.rt A k.iowledfr of typewrltl. I* %  •" %  iial. Spanlah daalrable At OUan in The CTMirman. .* tarb f < *f' I-ub:iciT>lommitto*. Co Th* Herrrlar)-. Inlotm-tion But* l PI* Hi 0. BLACK PII'ITK Ma or M.ilr, ( uurd PimdiT Jelly .. rlavourlnr rinr-nrr, *IU.m\ Hliiir Kollril OaU l>-ll> Poudrrrd Wliol,Milk etui* A Sanborn Coflfi ll-lo Tina) Oulnn'a CorkUll (Saltwl) Pfiinuu Kraft r'rrii.,..,! MlLsljr.l it...-., uilh Miirarom j INCE A Co.. Ltd. I I Rat >r,t, toniicK ir, ;j i SUPER | SALE STARTING ;. | ntinAY :wih JUNE I I • BARGAINS GALORE TOM HOME PERM &2 ComplBln SoU and RofilU. Give yoursell thai natural look will. TONI uMid by 2S million Amnuan Women. Selocl yours now trom THE COSMOPOLITAN U> PtatMBM 20t. 44 U BKITlSil GUIANA AIRWAYS Wll.hll MJSVMKS ST. VINCENT AND DOMINICA FOR FULL INFORMATION CONTACT AGENTS BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS low.. Load Si. D dgti... P'.o. • *55 NOTICE At A MO\ HAIIRIS itlOTO STUPtO will t* closfd durlntt thrj in i tb of July. C. D HAKKIS. 1 10 50 | HMOMMI Mi To INSPXl ] VIM 0UI iiM ENT SHIPMBffT OF mints It Mil* ittti it,'l/ /y riifr: riMHAi Mroiui .11 PASSAGES TO IRELAND Anliilw* Product-Ltd.. It"-.....i. 1. II, %  Dublin pat MV "PUALA", 04X1 Balling frorll II.> aoih Junr. ami ihienfi er iboul evarf tl... SIHKI^ fare. £70. usual roduttlon foi Apply direct SHIPPIKG NOTICES AWAIT ALL YOU IN DIPTS. |: ALL FREE GIFTS ? & CASH BONUS. UENF.KAL SEBVAM Appiv to Mn Vv.ii, -.,, Yacni CluB T> 0 mSCELLANFOU? DKl'AKT.MKNT Of YAH iATlON Tenders for the Supply ol Kr.Oi Cow"! Milk tu Ihe Puhlic Klitm-iil.ir\ SI-IMHIIB TENDERS are invited Bar the uppl> of frch coW^ milk to IhP Public Elemcntiiry Sdiools Ihnughoul llilU 'he following whool terms: — 2. llth September lo 3. 8th January to Ml Particulars o' Uw conditions und raqutri BBti ol .upiivtiig the milk are embodied in lha cpnti tci (CtB^M ol -tub me ivatwble f u relcrenco nt IhiOelonlau %  %  ifflei i Pi-rsins irndetint RiUfl D4 tiinlsl) two surellei for thr due perfrirmanrcs of the contract. The lenders marked "Trno. i'l> 'if fieah HW'l milk" Public Klement.ii> Srhooi mu I rear* the Colonial Secretarj ^ Offce not later than 12 o'CaQaft %  ilnd July. 1M0 The ftovernment does not hind itself to acrupt Ihe lowest or any lender. 20th June. 1950. 27 6 50-2i. %  raps *•"' II and hi< BI %  %  %  c, ^'m. Henry Si. & 42. 53 Swan Sta SAVE *P *P oyP THAWS BARBADOS CLECTR CORPORATION C SUPPLY LTD. XOTHI ROYAL NF.THERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. -WI.INC; H(ll\l AMSTrKl>A*f, HOT-IKIIDAM AND ANTWF.Hr 1 -MPRsli U July 7 %  Hlh. a IIBL-UIIA' AurPaal • 0 llh • I'RpM AMSTERDAM AND nuVPJI 1. I'UTTlrA". June Bird a BONAnuP*, .i ,i BIAIafJKA l1.YMl.t-ni AND \M-.i IUI.VM ANJBHTAD' June nth AJUfSTAIV July UII. ISO T.I Tr.lNlliAII JIIIMI IV>.M,I All v I I, BONADta Ju.rf> i|,( IBIJCNA-June Wlh KHUIN. Ki(h a, CO ITI) %  rI SAll.lH ,| WAMAMAKII II,,M V •rcopl Cars D r-il %  ZV i AIIIIKIKI; I and Pa*wnn%||ua. Mo. tttt. 1..IIUI 11 W I S..10... AboilallM • "viiciNri, *K Ihe Manufj.lunir. have .le. Ulefl that repairs to on* uf uur rnsHir-. Jt lattftr Bf d. I.vrd. thr Compan* haa in JorwSne. l..d to ,.ui tW. < fttol sn IMO K .) out f ..i-n.ni n and BWltil U Uto r.-.l.iiwn .rf sUridht I!Unt now av.llabl* JS resall. ma* find II neressaO 1" ••* ld Intervals durlln the next lew in.nth nlmu'l rionuin* In Ir Ihe Prak period lietwe ..-t"l l pern %  I te,lrlrlly i i; U and LSI B m BARBADOS ^'JV)INTMENTS til \l .! M. flnsi'lTAI. r*OH QUALaTnED Vl Sore Mouth Loose Bloody Teeih 1 inviteil [fata iluly qUBUB %  %  as Staff Nurses on the permanent staff of ilk mean that you hi hh M-'Dlh or i>rrhai -i I will aooner or Ut-r ca %  lleuiaMmayala-'.M Heart Tr* I • Amosan Pe* Pyorrara—Trvairh SffBHfb APPLICATIONS an appointment: ihe Hospital. u, the appointment* Is 1480 II-:I>. by xnnual : '• ni !4H lo 1720 |MT ,. • %  .|L..,i* i I.ivingOut-Allowance of 14 'N ittBtaOS All-..'..-.:.'if 60c. a :. off duty or .; iilao proi Application from Nurse: who are marrl'-d will IH for temporary appoint' | Selected candidates will Nreoujred to pass a medical examination and will be api—u : %  years. %  the Secretary's Office. %  %  47 .*-'.'.*,0'e'**e'e'****e'*'eV*'--*,*.*.'**." rut i:\l.ic.\liiiv I'lilhl prevent A \AIUTY CONCEIT on Die i'aradiHujuare at UM 1 i utral Police Ntallon <>B THI'RHPAV. TII JUNE, at %  111 p m In aid of the Bay Site I C'luo (run by Ihe Police for 'lie less fortunate boyi Bridgetown | iTinfiiniiir Include \lj,l.al -C.M deplrtln* i.ie i i.-.ii: Anniveraar> ..f il>* bailie of Waterloo His Plan open* al Johnwin 5 Bialiunery Thursday *1 luili May HI(t* Reserved Heal* II SO: *l 00. Sj I BtBaatVfjJ Seato: 4Hc; *|i S FOR RAINY USE OUR HEAVY BUY I WATERPROOF BOOTS v I.i-xtrrlaln*, Ihe i in ii dtirlna ri. uiilll furlher nollre. V KM ITH. General Manager. DAYS fcV I CANADIAN SI'BV're LCOA I1IRITAN* !• HA PIJI.AHI" t CCIA I'll i.I.l' 1 ." IS "ALCUA PENNANT' AM .i\ PI HM,\NA NTFAMIIf Tnaie v*M*la ha** lin Bt I %  %  M... '.Hi ,ihl li l.wrenr* I %  I %  %  %  ..I MHl II I •% %  i. e Hw.r Rlvef $4.85 s? pi • ua Wra. FOGARTY LTD. (Inc. in Hntltli f.uiaaa) :-: i:Ni in, .,| llcpl. i £% nn. BRITISH ,o*Tpi HA IA .MKM. CO., LTD. HOW IS YOIK RADIO HI;U\\ l\4.> %  it noLfy, roafiag Vulu 11 % % %  Cncklilafl nuiaws tii nut ol order ? Send ii tu ottf Service Department, let us Hive it a Cumplete Overhaul. r Be in timtf..i ihe nexi Criokert Test Match Broadcast Our chyri-.t's urt* reasonable, our Service is PROMPT We ii-|i MI nnything Electrical. (tt^S iCROUMSd tCHirVItsINT 111 WKISKIS. I III NEW CROWN GINGER 41T



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TartHiii June 27 luuwrate 'rir< : • I V E C fc % i \ .... ,. £ MacArthur Reports "Extensive Invasion Cuke Appointed To •>•< British Delegation Will Advise \t World Sugar Talks (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON. June26. M R. II. A. CtJU, CJUL. of Bai I. idos at present in Lon.l..!i lor West Indian sugar talks, has been appointed an Advisee i.t tin* British Orlegalion to the International Suyur t oiuuil discussions commencing here today. He w.lI OhM :itlcnd discussions in his CftPKHj us I nifinbcr of the West Indie., Smear Manufacturers' *t*ucialiuci. The Council are meeting to consider the Cuban proposul lor an international agreement which will fix the world price of sugar at not less than three and a hall American cents f.o.b. and not more than four and a half cents. Head ol the British delcBonuii Is Mr A F Feoveryear. C It of DM Ministry of Food, who it will be recalled, was chairman of negotiation* between lb* Weal Indian sugar producer* and His Majesty's Ooveroroenl last iimnu'i Other members u( the Br.ti-h delegation unhide Mr E T. Casdagll, Board ot Trad*, Sii Gerald Clausan, Colonial OfhVe I i.t.r Adviser, sir PhtI hppe ttaffiay, LondiSn lIpNatiHI tatlve of the MauritiiH Chanbai %  i uHura. I Mr j M Campbell, Vlce: Chairman of the West India J Committee Is alternate adviser for Cuke Dear Letters IN some countries letterwrtttng is as much a trade as a shoemaker, carpenter. eulneal "i what you will This It not so here as a rule but yesterday a man was seen writing > short letter for a woman in the Bridgetown courtyard. He then charged four shillings for tinJob. What, exclaimed the woman, yuh charge so much fuh a li) letter. Tea. said the letterwriter, Yuh doan know dat writing dear too? Viking Ship Wrecked HAMBURG. June 26. Wreckage from the Swedish Viking ship "Onsen Frlskewu: washed ashore yesterday on the north German iBland of Pell worm. near the Schleswig BoUteto Nor-h Saa, the ship's reporting Centre stated toduy. Some of the 16 crew were said to have been rescued according to one report from Pell. worm. The Viking ship Wl wu friendship visit 10 days ago. Sinethen there had been no news of II An old Viking ship—was Just over M feet knag and carried squat e sail. She was being rowed by HI muscular, blonde Swedes, who were to lake her along the nortta coast of Euro)* and up the Sei'.e to Paris Reuter Meal Packers Wuni Missing Leader BUENOS AIRES. June 26. Seven thousand meat packing plant worker* in Hosario this morning marched on their Union headquarters and took possession of it from a rival union which had moved in. They UNO returned to work but announced their intention >o strike to-morrow until DM -f their Union leaders, Francisco Pngenzi. who disappeared three days ago re-appears. Workers affiliated with Federaclon General del Personal Dela lnflustria announced that Prigend was last seen on Irs way to work on Friday, while polled denied they had him ia custody Federneion li not a member of the pro-Government General Labour Confetlerat'on —(Reuter i This afternoon's meeting the special committee, of the International Sugar Council The full meeting of the Council ol over 70 delegates will be held on Wednesday m 11 be private and it is expCCM at least 10 days. "Cruiser" Goes To Help Sister Ship 1 (Toni Our Own CoTTMmiiilctit' GRENADA. June 24 Responding to n cabled message from the Canadian Constructor, wie slstae ship of the Canadian Cruiser abandoned the home voyage and arrived here late this evening to assist In refloating the ship aground on the northeast coast in Hope Bay. The Canadian Cruieer will be calling at the capital first, taking Pilot George Otway before proceeding to the Saiyirock Bank site to the bowembedded Constructor, n | s believed th.it UM ship bUBtained ;evero damage to the underside >f the hull Meanwhile arrangements for a Trinidad tug's aainrte have been abandoned. N. Koreans Throw 70,000 Troops And 70 Tanks Against S. Koreans Truman isked To Help ill lee •Deeply Concerned" "War Wtu Formally Declared" %  i mmi u in Ank. ANKARA Jui i Nation < "ALT" VAI.IMIM. WW1 | lin „. 0., | Kltt)f| „,,., l( ^a ft ^ (#f m fc m rat lent 4l Old TrafTord took I foe IK in the r1 lonla f ,„ , „*-, ,„ IrI star, sfcewi Va.dlc. hrinc raushl b> Own „f. Valentine la the first Tern i day W.I. Can Be Proud Eden i Ilacks Government On Coalman Oi I esl PlajAi Lords Leading In: %  Inml By 220 Ituns In Keen Game LOMi Britain's Labo %  i' f< i.diinj ,' % %  II .. DUMd Cnn*|-Viitlv, I .'i the Bouse II.OILS |,,. %  | „„(,.,. from the dee si on which nut %  U I UM coal and Staflnrd Crtpps iiv. thi.s view when speak ng in %  crucial t* i -lays a Seeretarv Anthony Kd. r %  Mi Bdan Fori hadowing farrearhmg rcper cuss ions i en-. Km-.; i ,in Communism if broke down, urged Bril • %  ,... the current six power Paris talks on the Sehuman Plan Not Compatible But Sir Stafford Crlppa an'wered that Bin... the results of the Parti meeting live. He UM) said 'i participation in a poUtl eration limited to western Burope was not compatlb'e ci'.hei with our .ommonweulth ties. I I, (tl/lllt* i.(;ul)'s liKOUND. Juni INI. IKS hav. %  %  | To dismlM En %  %  • lo i lo hi > \) 'l\> \ Lck | i ild Ivo the xcuae for their disn. failure; foi no time did Ihe be anytl by thbowai i. KipfHut, trie umous nobi> Wo face to-enorrow well IF i an called cooui..ind of the situation and %  i %  sve eHll be witnii i.e.. JUI rawani tMt hi doubted Whether a almilai ,„,partKuiarly plouslng In face of lormanee had l-een turned In, In the l-<.ndon papeis who h UlM r lie playmorning gave the edge ..nil In l: ininstam i to Ena%  *. %  ••', %  • Two shots in the last hall BOtfl %  'i ,..,.-......, ,, soarvtD| on u reeord both b\ stollnieyer an ha hooked Jonkla i i dead tirt^t and their aching fin-'four which was .i delight |o gcrs wanted a ro (hat the Hutton. %  %  %  nation not lo loo a by i I no attempt to -hide" the baU and ; %  .. % %  rOUgl • Tl.%  | : % % %  ted r-lrich batted an hour and a half for :' | I am a rintchman. %  %  ll from tin ,usl tha' %  bo that |>erfe. t %  %  %  %  %  %  < in* line) Pralaed serves its full DM Then, sren ~ m ti r %  rranco-Oennan cartel winch 'bowline the roungsten Nnnsetw would be a danger to British Into %  U tain BhOUl I M V '-'enf, RS a better prepared for the rrencD |enHlh an< | |( : illlti.itive. he ..I "We ought lo nave nail pros als of our own and ought tc have "' thai IK e of h taken the InMil sometime ago." h> Mr Eden tuggeeted that if the Sehuman Plan had come from a Socalist bloc of Stales the Briti.h Government would have every nw we I influence the situation from the inside." u.. haik as fnnd.iir SO tall) .i mo* I % %  I to peace Is Immediate ai %  Oen to entci nal iiei' i I %  i aspenMonism and the hop* solidarity with ; hours. Wants Speedy Accord Mi Kder. BB|d %  '" %  Korea ui B| all fre** %  and We I to jliun ih %  i. .nlsed except I that th< Prei %  ntally r I The House | [t Is an i %  ball i. rtnerahip • I %  .. i %  %  %  Waleott the* in .in orl If 1 %  n So Weak BpOil %  %  .itch The Details ...... three remaining W i wickets this miiriiiiiK to, i innings ended in IS mil 326 nings Ui the bowling oi Jones . Worn i. and a oring was %  i h it had reaehi the loss of Hutloo | k i Washbrook and Kdrich aran gcther at After; l.umii dhln kept p UM good en .I • i i |gi \ %  \m awoi li Next ovei Wa I %  c ei wc i hut two i %  i her P • tdhln i '„t him as town the pitch t peel n • nl which Ion of the Tl Anolhei Ik i tl llowod %  '" %  ddiUoi idhln had in leg I i. Do] \g u nh un% %  ' %  I %  %  ... Ilka two %  %  %  i Tense Mom ol I then E*l• Valentin ii|> and glvmi i' %  )' in.' %  hich ui • ll UM nest l,a|| to he I l.'iu led for a duck I Tl Kaele, which should have con g) OH pace K Kl a;'. I %  I or: that Wai ROI bOOn .oiiii.ilh I I i i local in,, end ol March ..!!. %  %  month, wen: on IT li a serious hait of nil I Kon I arlthoul %  Mi t. i of the reported de< un %  lion ..,• • i H ii "* an i :IM i iiu as .m armed rrontiei • wlthool i %  %  i : UM dies > % %  noi kaadi %  %  I V| i I I Si,, hn %  %  ,.. t| TOKYO. June 26 'fHE SITUATION In South Korea has gravely ilet.enorated, an authoritative Allied 'source here told -Reui.-r" today This draraatnn i 1radio telephone from Seoul, capital of South Korea followed earlier reports that South Korean forces had pushed back the North Korean troorw which invaded them yesterday. fien-,:,l Dwh MaeArllu.rv |, | In 1% %  OB ."id V.irlli Kor ii auaha lellr \t,UuMleawd Bfigaoaa %  : % %  • j \ Ui I|| in •i-. u iu Mai ntaal lasrife Ki •ii* imi ied. h^nl Ihioun in Tiiinii, re Ihe alUrklnc fareen hrcr luirilrr eaaMahajBBfl ii toe** BtOOjc Tin on el North Korean Comnui i %  %  %  pil l .ii II miles south. aa %  %  T< %  < hlng hi i> port < i u North K TiM reoenU) UM i" he i .... %  r-,.io U.S. Promlee Vigorous Support BUT WILL SHUN WAR WASHINGTON, -lime 7 l'rwirteiit Truman to it in which he said ihe %  %  ..mmi to ''mi the as Koics The Pf %  formal statement laruod -ii Un Houai lawless action Uue fi Mori Koree svmpathji and support loi UM %  rated b) ii" %  m wall at by stops I lo and >ui menl aaali i n I i oing am !• %  the mutual %  unanimously that the I %  NI sttai I. ..ti south Korea %  %  i.. U s in war 8< Mtllihm -.1 i % %  ; .( UM I oaten %  en itori said 'he n I -1 igreed i-talk Uiat Ai • provide military supplies baler A area %  %  %  he out khi ktroli people m • "i rronj t i nununu i .iBin h (hem to remain ith< m.itive %  K irean "' IU lundre it Ulju the wide ao ipltal National %  ind UM United them K rean In%  Daae>|| (onrerneil %  i Attiee I Couituont Uxla.v ha I iment %  I 'veurreil ... %  a* ii i peclal reapon IhHttt %  I'"' I' : .1 where i United NaUons Cornml • Replying io a question 1 l >p po Uon h ir Wins) tha Prime Mb .! ... 1 no Security Cou i l %  ... | I N.. Ati III Hoi ii h 'A i t %  i %  %  %  %  ii the Pi lira %  .%  !. %  i meant oi 1 %  .-.. nu %  igh UM S. 1.1 II i MII ral .r the fniie.1 NgUon Mi IM >RI %  ipltal S-'i.iil. I it. sudtudc • ind Unitude 't a* NOrU n inh> I i the Vclloa Sea ind ti. 9 U.73H ... ol o> el U 000.00 l.l. anaos Empire in IB10. ami .luiinit thv last 1 i \ %  1 1 iimil'.niin.n t)IK | Booth Korea undei UN irltj t'oun. il snd n %  . N.Tih K<... Korea %  Rob. it ii 11. %  . 1 Bl i-rov.il ,. n %  %  in lei wbelhei QQ 1 the Untied Nal 1 1 states t.. h foi ihe use of the atomli ''; > *n 'he .pit 1 .1 %  Korea %  dm rVrosMenl 1 interl %  helical question ind il .1 ordci Bttackbui the North Koie;u, inv.olei noi ked out two 1 inks in the '"" 1 • %  was stated offl. eiall| Hie .soui 1, K. re onK known to have I'll-. 1 < reeonnal.v., ^ Iiu ire ie|Hirted ti %  0 Sited %  :. Kon .11 -i %  Kon seventh .1 . : m g th" north %  Seoul wore reported to haw broken under hi %  %  i f. .o. ordlng to ihe i ahone mean as recetve d from leouL 1 % %  • nth ilivi. line bach raptdl) on Seoul, the i i aaowgri I • %  diet %  at on %  UP : lories /'ledge Support \t Lunch for Sugar Delegates %  i VALENTIN*: IN ACTION. One of hi* its way. ^ pinner^ is en -Central Prpii. 1 Thw. : coUofcoraUen i %  %  will he ;i till I if we made con i • %  %  prevent a war 1'T ty deliberately that in all %  nothing better than the reOUCta • i of Britain to th.' I That would run i Commonweal!! rha Tut."* and to our responsibilities as %  • power which we ahare a tl ithe United State* B W I — Uruter 3 ij ( rnpaUty aml'fi ... %  %  i . "Call The Kremlin *8 Bluff" SAYS BRIDGES % % %  i %  Porelgn Retattoi i loving nal m.i abovi i %  gring UM Gen< %  %  ( south Korea id %  i • %  Uon might be s must I %  %  Bwrrow "ii Ihe Koreoi MniT" and ratal %  %  %  %  but eooti n i ..„i,f mlln'i %  %  M %  i %  %  %  !at. %  "Cease I ire Order Is Useless Says U.N.O. Commission LAKE %  rhe *. ters today sayin %  %  %  ru and imp". i Imate thi the 11 %  %  %  of these negOUal row in Saoul. — Keuti-r K. W. V. SOUTH AFRICAN WINES Hereunder Is A Governor's Opinion Of The Quality Of K. W. V. WINES:— • %  .i p) i • ;. tchtll, I tin Ki'tiVii O IMES myself, duiii p In Africa haVi l.ll.ll (.IToil. %  Hi 1 I. n rtu % %  Mill' if my early life spent IH thai i 'a K.W.V SIIKKKY —\(i %  %  I i%li-n t.. Il'IMIlMl K\ RADIO I'C'N'WMI leeaaeroa eveaoag from 7 :tn la ivtii* in innrtUMis VMNMBM UIII IIIIV nt • win m i ri



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE 11 I -IIIV, Jl'SE 27. UH Ca/db QaUwq H:; H' I and Mis Savage accompanied by Captain W Lambert attended the secorui Tr-l Match between Malvtrn Football Club of Trinidad tnd a local loan-.. \terda\ after*. titKin it Kcii^inKtuD Oval Will Attend To-night's Lecture) |IS EXCEl-LXlfCY the Oovt Is expected to attend TIP lecture at the Y.M.C.A tonight at 8 15 o'clock given by Mr Eric James. MA. Staff Tutor for •-,. University College of the Weal %  ho arrived here from Antiiu.. fMtcrttal ..fternoon. Staff Tutor at W.I. Univertity M R. ERIC JAMES. M.A-. will be living a atries of lectures in Public Vi-iimiNtr.ition while M ,. m Barbados. tp lecture* will t>e partly rwidentij.L A Jaiiiau^n. ,:• lutoi for the Univcro| DM W.| MM will oe here for one weak. iu| arrtvad trom Antigua, where tor two month* he has been giving a courat on Public Administration to about forty rvants. It I* hoped that in the near future that rimilai court** will be given throughout %  tie Caribbean Area. pARJ. HAIJJWIN. ,, Mr Jam.* leeve*Bart>aE* ol the Ueward Btama* a will be coin* to Trinidad Pea* planning purposes and will be returning to Jamaica in late July. 1/ %  i itana. Lor,; 7*u: >oe hi, VM do react* 'Ma/ trpei ni*,;. BO Ml SMI ui enr.rlmni-i DOfiflcal /ri-itf m tht fciivhiBaldwin's Handicap With The Royal Bank V|FI and Mr*. J W Bradshov. daugfr In Florence M RS WMYATT. wife of the Hon John Whyatt, K C.. .-lilted Florence earlier thl* yeai HI a trip to Sicily Now back in Florence, she is revolting the city with her husband were her* for about holidav Maying at the H.u-I. niicl their -law and her two chilKluujbeth ..nd ChnaUMtfier aft {**''"^• ,l W" ***> %  I' W I A The HraiUhaws arc Barbadianbut have been living In Trinidad for man> yean, where Mr Brad*haw ii with the Royal Bank "' Canada in Port-of-Swin Thtlr daughter-in-Taw and her iwn children arrived from St l-ucia early yesterday afternoon and ac. .inpanied them to Triindad later in the afternoon. Iler husband who is a Sugar Chemi-t HI St Luci; *ill he going to Irinidad at the and of the week Married in Peru M R IVOR COR BIN' aeeoriI ROM [J> hi* Bride, Uui rmSf Mis* (lion* Itubio grrlvi-d here yesterday morning by HWI.A Thc> w.r married recenlly in I**i % th Urlde'a home. Alier alMiui twenty hours of almost nonstop Hying, stopping at is^ltHia and Venezuela, they arrived in Trinidad on Sunday, and tie* ov.i )>aa H gdn j morning to bwRMdoa, From Caracas li/f' 1 arid Mr Manuel lrlbarmood, aotoi tm Kirtmo. IT* ran who amwd '.„.„ J£-Z:£ "C'.,r", "" '"' £ a i! c r." s -"" d "•£-". s& ^jts %  ..?.£ %  S3 %  h A olld n ' xsvr z It happened on the stage of ih, Colony Club i meesf Theatre after a pert., "ce of "His Excvlli'iiu> Hi wl E! are selling out NOUSHWOMEN ir Instead of Ul< (CaBtl line ith Pater Pan %  oileVra. ami I i art decnandiruj low-cut and more glum For day vegr Ibey plunge nwrr deepl* than I ataopa are sriMnic as hany Moulder i r cstaual wear as Ujey can gel %  B purr I he Kprll i,l tine *inr JMU lowrrcd stoclut of these drnaes. i> | an ink-blw cotton dres*. ith *ht aw**, wbicii had a clever uB %  T alUliir line that one c.iu.d *dj. .J-ihe could adjusi I'his eold tor a UUie wvr *t Ce I found s puik blue striped cotton drc tut elth a tight Una and -hit" sL. pnrU) low nets! Keonsrobar wnsn %  ins these deeoiui couonanneiiUiu itUsruarU-r if ii. naskline is eu< wioe to uu,* >auisUouid this yci |R. HERMAN I) DOXIIX. -nfl-v will ,.|M. a M H Old HdriiBomaii. now Edu., 'ion Officer of St Lucia was an ai rival by B.W.I.A. yesterday men nig for the Conference of Educi lion Officers of the windward an l-oeward Islands which opens i 11 ...lit,*; ^ 1-u. i ll> K stin inp %  hv Hotel Royal St. Kitti Visitors M R. AND Mrs. George Kuv arrived from Bja like thee, bah g'viri ave got Job dun." "Unfortunately. I'm an F.l"n ian," he added lucfuUy Butlin's Bouts B ILLY BUTUN. holiday r amp king in BrHaiir and the L'ahamas has come to terms with %  boxing king Under an agree ntent made last week. Lee Savold. ie<-ognl..ed on this -iu, uf thes! Atlantic as heavy weight chum o won of the wurld, will give IHJ ahibitlon bouts at British holiday f 'year In addition Cl try and find a new' ish champion irom the rrowdl vho go to Butlin's Rings are to le set up -i the various holldav ;amps and those whom Savold selects as potential champions will U paid (1.000 a year and traitu-' W Here Last Year YVES CLERC who was in If Biubado, a year ago arrived 1H ban ye*tcrdn\ by B W I A from a*. Martinique to spend another lioliday |n Baioados stayin-; with the £ Lcrbcit Greaves' a t "Sunnyside.' .' CROSSWORD r' \ • %  1 i i *> | Is py W dried %  • tea %  svuur In • ••"When htlhl w. Uli dstn ST"* Brighter Hume* VI ANy nee i-.*. on Hoou-%  • iimkiag *t uMiumwd lb %  .—..I ')!%  I1IU1M *riiien by Julia oirn. Uuo* Co.. Us./. 'n bunademr,*u.ii, Miss Ctfiu %  nggrst. psperlng three walls ol a room In %  oft yeilow •nd one wall HI i-sle coisl %  *nd. to fin lab 'he room, s 'areet of "iwet broa-n. .tnd wails in pale harebell woodSassj dasvger f>0 YOV KNOW THAT . 1 a ^dangerous to him tnUh• imsuit ? ir ^naavd audnll u IP rfuds a. M" snfl e itowo. Nor la R.t ever made into tin., ifc. Can WIH H> itioiiiiMi Afler Mil" | cn Inchu •5clei.:ici )h.l-.e (Si At din m.intent, (gi Out of the sllnt o| it,* ... t A new iKiiins u|way* holl t\ PeosDitatea pr-wrv,. >e. • i in. White se>w( hatwiag -, %  ihor-. Klw-w-k snd uluiMff line, selling at tffte nd KorwMas %  .m-h.-r heaen i. i>i<* n i c n -'i 4 ind eye* in in. hoi VMUiei Bold in a vnt.d fit Is Sri fuiejins cap.. Mivled Ilka a turban 8 MB| o"l('U. MMSM at Miifiic of a Nune,.. T HE word nylon w lieme aadtt overworlceil. rhere are n number of Itoalefy nuuuilaelurera ho ..i makinE -ckrngs. wtUt reinforced and heels, and n c m as nylon 'ir any referiga rn rayon, the nylon %  atabUsh you 1 time cei-milnl %  •*!> make tw-jr re , ^X^ Me \ fable decoration whioh ai dlf.-( % %  nl u .su^u,vrte.i bv a small *oock'ii irav uf aajfey MokMsn-d truil and mU p-OTon^ffi read that a pule VJ uhimneaniw .^houtrt he lined with pink So Hive a more nattering Dtrt. blanket* should be waftted nM -•leiuvdsad ^^Isvd preler ably tn rainwater. Miss Cejnu suggeiu a panel ol into to inaicn the floor covering ttrrd to the *all as a splash nack In an untiled bathroom st Kitu res i-i itay aftcnu on mi a week's visit 'o Barbados They are staying at ina Royal Hotel. Livea In Soufriere YfRS EDYT1IE REID who live* ^sSSFs ta ^r^a'sih.. dron arrived from Antm IliiwiiS dune ||,|, j ou nia, ||4^, Party For Lady Anne Fsdtral Education Officer V|W A C t; PALMEH. M.B.E. *•* Padaral iduntnen Officer latrumeni _. SANDRINC1IAM. Ens > H ,ut the bouks and to urevent Britain's swankiest party of in ... thl *lll be given, by the Couiiless of house, once staffed by 40. he and f u*-d to clean the adirom St Lucia yesterday uy ii.W.I.A. In spand two weeks In aLmdey nil ^rbados staying at Stafford %\ Royal Memoirs K ING JUAN I ot Redonda. ha' %  Saved in ui his tein|nii,ii> %  v'ourl" at Temple Kortune iri L.,ndon to .1 retreat at Lmielon .'(jpvrton lo write the lirst Mr: Palmer and the children left for .'.ii'iiinu yesterday: Mr Palmer remains In Baruados until Thursday on oflliini bairncM and is .. guest at the Royal Hotel Hopes to Return FRANCIS McIXJWEl.L. ho has iio'i. (inning to of his memoirs. King Barbados on and off since 183" most w>*i Indian* lojdw, rattimed In New York yesterday the g7 yeai old poet John by waj of Sun Juan Pv M" 1. Deaoita tliti|'*ui.f irin -"?ru" ^•"'W.inPXniulr B irsr.iioig ,. ( ""* ,,J S. You || nnxl tlsmp .41 >t produce! cueruitm. 14 1 lor UDertv ( H mc ai yeai oin px#t joiin iiy way of San Juan Puerto Rico aen.un *i ..HINHI tJU f ,,_. Gawsworth So the memoU> Sh. ... -i..ying at the Four Wind, BSBBBBBI tlaHsesTirib V< IX'.l sltould be IntsreeUnj aivd well Club S' I'eier and her Slav this £•>: El. iShfl si.\S!'.' S.?: 4? 1* linen. tlawswi.ilh succeedid time wa^ for about lw u years She Beas.""htV 1 I l K?,l.*'', f ; !' Ihe late M V Shiel. the We* lojln Ca,b that she haled u.ft %  ', , •>' 5 "XS 6 J kii'i • Indian v. .tier, ai King of t... Ihou'-hl of leaving Barbados ami IW" iTtisa,l ie D, tfrt.'!, fc island. the honed la return ^.,1. .,,„ IS. ar. %  '" u '"' Leicester „t llolkhsm Hall. No! folk county, on June 30 (or hei eldest daughter. Udy Aim. 1 g. King Guorge VI. Queen En,. l^th and Princes* Margnrel and K ge after page of "Ih-iii.ti eragc' will be among ihe e.'iO auests to toast Lady Anne, one of the season's loveliest debutantes. At 17 Lady Anne promises io be a great beauty. She Is tall and graceful, has golden hair and vivid bl.r 1 To accommodate all her guesta l.jdy '.eirrster has made up house 1!" Mill iieishlmurs in Norfolk county Holkham Hall, begun In 1730 Jnd not completed until 1770, ad•cins the King's big country estate at Sandrlngham, The family live In four wings of th. mansion and the party 'Ing Bsrbados and she hoped to return soon again BY THE WAY fll in: uui 0 a in it A MAN h„ , walking In riMl-Miwi „nd MluaMa hi. ihi. cor, d... w „ |i nlail.:to save Inn.-, from llync luisini-.* ... ,,„ ,, _„".;' A *? ,L .^. j^mevg aMWM. SiSfe 8 ^ ..rin-l ,.t „ lliinieoyaal car, walluimnicd ii.nong v.rUul vehicle. lni( lor ;, aredle ol traffic to brca. II. t.lsi-a his hat ami -„„l Vinttfatl ""' ISSP M%Z' b ""\ """' I I SU U Y "' "'•>" ' KP "P The padaatrlan nollrcd thai Ihe thing .tirretl .1 thT"oa .urn'''"'v,, "Y "•P"^ 1 '"" '"' ''"" driver looked unhappy. .0 he ol Ihe lam and iifcscntlv th. C ' am '"'"*' ca " b| c ol In..-...,hi„, ch.. r i„ Byejej ..nuoy.„, m US .... B?TV3 SUgVLTZ I have been wondering who aupplied thi gem, and why ; — I I Hi ..ui.said if Use books wen I n volvad %  1 %  ills I 1 %  would lumd than IllitlOtl f. 1 : %  ..,. The llfth Ear I 1. Hv.n| iln problem in | thel snq Fn.in July I he %  opening llol-iI1..111 Hall, with Its deer park gardens, to the public fur 35 cents .' head Pamphlet-, on th,history of the iHall. prepared by the ramlly will sell for Ava cents i • %  >' %  %  I. ;I %  .-ill show tow around. Said Lady Leicester: I to afford the upkeej .i the Hal] Mil wo havi ;.l o Ml for eeins t.rnc that it .i plaoi Ih.it |,i'..,.I. should bs n"lowed to see.'* "IV —— ,— v „... .„ Hen death duties and high held in the central bluek of state taxation have forced many arlslolooms 11.ttic faralllos to open their homei Dancing will be tn the statue the public -I.N.S gallery." and the fountain cascading In front of the Hall will In tloodllt tor the party Orlginall) OoodlighLs were to have buthe'l the entire house but Ludy I^ice*. tar decided ii would be daiiling" for her guest-. SHOW BUSINESS In aWecadill} the pedestrian and presently the ear crawled a few . feel, apd came lo a ^lop again went into a shop and heught a ''Whe, I do ba|(eve I saw it im.ee" l al. V.nli he came out he saw -.i, n the walfcei shading his eves llllte OS; HTwsv^lain E£ "f hm4 ?" 3LS mU *' A /'— i~* boll dropped ijuier block. ML Maved again have been my imagination. He by a jarkdau' fell uceid,a \l a i-nd shouted -Bon voyage! Good|„.g! If you're .t.li here lo-morme.bt.rv man bye for the present" The driver row . ." The drivw curMd scowled In Piccadilly Circus the loudly 7*., -,>/* nf /lr„L.. pedestrian gol himself .haved. ANeal day, ih. walker had 'o gr P J ^ !" *^ L'herlng cross he crrhanled the down to Thread need lc-strw: A^ *THS TRIMWI <*t ur M ... n B fl rnhoyan. car. ^ck again he swung along pas. the motionM ,Ln Sa^in^ u^he n ' zstsrsas tintsz^^w&^z ggLSSygfe^SS tr.an went on A WelilnatoiiIU. iu KJ J. B l Utl l tmc 0nm •"<"""ed and Ihree last March, street they wereLke^Seik ^-^^ ^ Sl^Tv ^ JTV^ W J" 1 had ^ It must be fun having unlimited ."d AnTwer eamc S2T *Ji "2^1 "" hcr "'• W b lor octroi: he said Stick lo it, old 0 1^7^7. !" ; t he dtfd J Shr ^ ,urnPd a,t r lw fellow! Bring us back a M rr 0 t!" s ,oi>oe2 '..UPSH %X*^? ? !" ..d.al Wortholl las. night HOLLYWOOD: Betty Hutton ll 'i m 1 *i Uu|H; "' K,rl %  CwCU B. i M • circus movie "Tlio ntertulnment will be on f -' rc te*l Show on Earth' Laurel ih side but Ihe kitchens, a,ul Hardy and Chard. I Inch have spits for rousting oxen '""' "boing uureasing ilttari t i will not be In use. They re TV—Shirley May France will l...v jammed with furniture stored another riv.il Channel swlnutl 1 'here when the house was used a* on the Queen Elizabeth when ih< S troop training school. .sails: fort^-f.iui-ycar old Cll.i Pride of the Hall Is the library tf* born swimmer. George of more than 20.ooo volumes. The Eraser had only Sfwueh monaj ' ,M laJTTd-rf%  'on.. '^.^K.r-Sh'Uod', 0 n*tio*. dwv >P". h "*" ih piiace kne *boiJt ii. And nohurrie. hm '^>een < pronipt rrliel from ihe |M>ina due lo tr rha-uuiiitiKin, but also •'fleets the mi-taholic proccHMM which a very important part of the rheumatic HIHIC'S buckKround. |)OIX:iN has been thoroughly Ustcd in mediciil in-lit OOLfJIN is b* •d J rill iprrredi-nted -un-rse. OOl.i'l' ou>. And mnnv nufTi-n-nt have nlr,1 A I l fXmi MM TlA (Mamber. Only] 111 MO HI T< Till KSI1AV NIGHT AT 8 3 MATINi:t: : TOMORROW AT 5.S0 P M l.t.--|l! ERROI. PLYNN — ALEXIS SMITH in "SA.X .l.Vf'O.V/O" hi Technicolor eTlttl S / CUDOLtt SAKALL ~ VICTOR FRANCCN JOHN LITF.l=^E=^ -'-%^'-'-0%%**V*'*'.*d.V-V%V-V*#*^-V**V**V^**'*#V*VeV'^*>***Vi luetday & Wedne.dsy 5 & 8 30 p n PLAZA fcXClTlM; DOUBU S Sn1ne\ TOLKH a. CHARl.tE CHAN in \ "SHAIM>WS OVER CHINATOWN" AND I "PARTNERS OK THE SUNSET" Kt.LV Ii: isun. I.I.I. a ,. h .,. ,, ^IliHT I"| lo HI HI IAnd "Sill Tlir NAVV" GAIETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES t n> eoTrr. us WAHNEH DOUBLEI IL,I rs.TSm in Qvrc IIKENT In MI.Vt.H R1VLR" and "YOU CANT ESCAPE FOREVER" "'"•• %  ' %  • TheriSat — • .. n> WARNI* 'i>' mr 11 • ' *"* • '"nit i Mil i IOI ,-ui ItaSU TuuMKV in -SiesE'S Si( HIT !• %  II,. — no MBA rut ri M,U BOY" e*nci SINIOM)I> ii ? GLOBE TO-DAY al S and H.:I0 (mill tonlimiini;) My Foolish Heart > Dana ANDREWS an-l Sus.n IIAYWAI!!) — Plua — LEON ERBOL in S "CACTUS CUT-UP" J* To Ihe Ihoitsanda of uur Patrons who through jam5 | packed Houses were unable to Mf this super-spetinl | j Film—Our upoloRies. Don'l b* UUOOg Uuvery few lo | miss this. ;, NEW ARRIVAL LADIES' NYLON SWIM SUITS AND TWO PIECE COTTON SWIM SUITS IIIIOAlm V> OIIISN SHOP. oo you FCH THE OROPPIhlC ? • You Cant stop the Rain but You Can Stop the Holt in Your Roof \/i 1 IS YOUR ROOF IN ORDER? MOW IS fNf TIMl TO Mttl sun For Kapalrs w. can muply:— GALVANIZED IRON SHKKTS in a few .i KVKKITK SHKKTS in stock siaaa HEAVY ALUMINIUM SHEET* In %  loik siir. RED CEDAR SHINGLES lH(,i.\s FIR PLAIVTATWOIVS I lit.


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Tuesday, June 27, 1950
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TartHiii
June 27
luuwrate
'rir< :
I V E C fc % i \
.... ,.
MacArthur Reports "Extensive Invasion
Cuke Appointed To
><
British Delegation
Will Advise \t World
Sugar Talks
(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON. June- 26.
MR. II. A. CtJU, CJUL. of Bai I. idos at present in Lon-
.l..!i lor West Indian sugar talks, has been appointed
an Advisee i.t tin* British Orlegalion to the International
Suyur t oiuuil discussions commencing here today. He
w.lI OhM :itlcnd discussions in his CftPKHj us I nifinbcr of
the West Indie., Smear Manufacturers' *t*ucialiuci.
The Council are meeting to consider the Cuban pro-
posul lor an international agreement which will fix the
world price of sugar at not less than three and a hall
American cents f.o.b. and not more than four and a half
cents.
-----* Head ol the British delcBonuii
Is Mr A F Feoveryear.
C It of DM Ministry of Food,
who it will be recalled, was
chairman of negotiation* between
lb* Weal Indian sugar producer*
and His Majesty's Ooveroroenl
last iimnu'i
Other members u( the Br.ti-h
delegation unhide Mr E T.
Casdagll, Board ot Trad*, Sii
Gerald Clausan, Colonial OfhVe
I i.t.r Adviser, sir Pht-
I hppe ttaffiay, LondiSn lIpNatiH-
I tatlve of the MauritiiH Chanbai
i uHura.
I Mr j m Campbell, Vlce-
: Chairman of the West India
J Committee Is alternate
adviser for Cuke
Dear Letters
IN some countries letter-
wrtttng is as much a trade
as a shoemaker, carpenter.
eulneal "i what you will
This It not so here as a rule
but yesterday a man was
seen writing > short letter
for a woman in the Bridge-
town courtyard.
He then charged four shil-
lings for tin- Job. What, ex-
claimed the woman, yuh
charge so much fuh a li) let-
ter. Tea. said the letter-
writer, Yuh doan know dat
writing dear too?
Viking Ship
Wrecked
HAMBURG. June 26.
Wreckage from the Swedish
Viking ship "Onsen Frlske- wu:
washed ashore yesterday on the
north German iBland of Pell worm.
near the Schleswig BoUteto Nor-h
Saa, the ship's reporting Centre
stated toduy. Some of the 16 crew
were said to have been rescued
according to one report from Pell.
worm. The Viking ship Wl wu *
friendship visit 10 days ago. Sine-
then there had been no news of II
An old Viking shipwas Just over
M feet knag and carried squat e
sail.
She was being rowed by HI
muscular, blonde Swedes, who
were to lake her along the nortta
coast of Euro)* and up the Sei'.e
to Paris
Reuter
Meal Packers Wuni
Missing Leader
BUENOS AIRES. June 26.
Seven thousand meat packing
plant worker* in Hosario this
morning marched on their Union
headquarters and took possession
of it from a rival union which
had moved in.
They UNO returned to work
but announced their intention >o
strike to-morrow until DM -f
their Union leaders, Francisco
Pngenzi. who disappeared three
days ago re-appears.
Workers affiliated with Feder-
aclon General del Personal
Dela lnflustria announced that
Prigend was last seen on Irs way
to work on Friday, while polled
denied they had him ia custody
Federneion li not a member of
the pro-Government General La-
bour Confetlerat'on
(Reuter i
This afternoon's meeting
the special committee, of the In-
ternational Sugar Council The
full meeting of the Council ol
over 70 delegates will be held on
Wednesday
. m 11 be private and
it is expCCM
at least 10 days.
"Cruiser" Goes To
Help Sister Ship
1 (Toni Our Own CoTTMmiiilctit'
GRENADA. June 24
Responding to n cabled message
from the Canadian Constructor,
wie slstae ship of the Canadian
Cruiser abandoned the home voy-
age and arrived here late this
evening to assist In refloating the
ship aground on the northeast
coast in Hope Bay. The Canadian
Cruieer will be calling at the capi-
tal first, taking Pilot George Ot-
way before proceeding to the
Saiyirock Bank site to the bow-
embedded Constructor, n |s be-
lieved th.it Um ship bUBtained
;evero damage to the underside
>f the hull Meanwhile arrange-
ments for a Trinidad tug's aainrt-
e have been abandoned.
N. Koreans Throw 70,000 Troops
And 70 Tanks Against S. Koreans
Truman isked To Help
ill lee Deeply Concerned"
"War Wtu
Formally
Declared"

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in Ank.
ANKARA Jui
i Nation <
"ALT" VAI.IMIM. WW1 |lin. 0., |.....Kltt)f| ,,., l(^aft ,..... ^ (#f m fc m
rat lent 4l Old TrafTord took I foe IK in the r1 lonla f , ..... *-, ,IrI.
' star, sfcewi Va.dlc. hrinc raushl b> Own f. Valentine la the first Tern i
day
W.I. Can Be Proud
Eden i Ilacks
Government
On Coalman Oi I esl PlajAi Lords
Leading In:Inml By
220 Ituns In Keen Game
LOMi
Britain's Labo
i' f< i.diinj ,' II ..
DUMd Cnn*|-Viitlv, I
.'i the Bouse
II.OILS |,,. | (,.,.
from the dee si on which
nut U I
Um coal and
Staflnrd Crtpps iiv. thi.s view
when speak ng in crucial t* i
-lays a
Seeretarv Anthony Kd. r

Mi Bdan Fori hadowing far-
rearhmg rcper cuss ions i
en-. Km-.; i ,in
Communism if
broke down, urged Bril
,...
the current six power Paris talks
on the Sehuman Plan
Not Compatible
But Sir Stafford Crlppa an-
'wered that Bin...
the results of the Parti meeting
live. He UM) said 'i
participation in a poUtl
eration limited to western Bu-
rope was not compatlb'e ci'.hei
with our .ommonweulth ties. obligations as a member of UM
wider Atlantic oommunll l l l
world power '
PrbiM U i nl Attiee
and Cons<
r Winston Churcjiill were to light
the final round in the debate
before the vital vote tornorrow
t Ighl
If the duvernment is then tie-
feated it would mean
election but odds toolghl
on a narrow victor] '
ICinJatat AIU* anda moiortty
ministry.
Hungary Police
Abduct Nuns
Slioiild Take initiative
Mr. Eden attacked the Qovam-
tUtuda to Um I I
packed House-, hmaa and sombre
with the news from I
K .1
VATICAN C?TV In OK *',lk- l"" "'' '" "'l'1 '' l,'U""
V AUCAN CITY. June 2 itChenan. I ropcan
Vatican sources reported today natloliall, "abso-
that on the night of June 9 hitely rtchr'to say that U BritaiD
Hungarian Police broke into l(l<| not trv U( mi,hf the Sehuman
monasteries and convents through. '
out Hungary and carried off 922
priests and nun.-.
They were taken in motor trucks
to lonely monasteries which have
bean turned Into religious con-
centration camps, the source Rid
The Vatican source, said that
ti(M) nuns were seized during ihe
police raids and 322 priests and
monksHeater.
Plan succeed it would almost.
tainly fail and U- rOplOOl I '
(B> I I, (tl/lllt*
i.(;ul)'s liKOUND. Juni
INI.IKS hav. ,
| To dismlM En


lo
i lo hi > \) 'l\> \ Lck | i ild Ivo the
xcuae for their disn. failure; foi
no time did Ihe be anytl
by th- bowai i.
KipfHut, trie umous nobi> Wo face to-enorrow well if
i an called cooui..ind of the situation and
i sve eHll be witnii
i.e.. jui rawani tMt hi
doubted Whether a almilai ,,- partKuiarly plouslng In face of
lormanee had l-een turned In, In the l-<.ndon papeis who h UlM
r lie play- morning gave the edge ..nil In
l:' in- instam i to Ena-
*.',!
* Two shots in the last hall BOtfl
'i ,..,.-......, ,, soarvtD|
on" u' reeord both b\ stollnieyer
an ha hooked Jonkla i i
dead tirt^t and their aching fin-'four which was .i delight |o
gcrs wanted a ro
' (hat the
Hutton.

nation not lo loo
a by i
. I
no attempt to -hide" the baU and
;... rOUgl Tl.-
|
:
ted r-lrich batted an
hour and a half for "
:' | '
I am a rintchman.

ll
from tin
,usl tha'
bo that |>erfe. t

*

< in* line) Pralaed
serves its full DM
Then, sren ~ m ti
r
rranco-Oennan cartel winch 'bowline the roungsten Nnnsetw
would be a danger to British Into
U tain BhOUl I M V '-'enf, RS a .
better prepared for the rrencD |enHlh an<| ,|( : ,
illlti.itive. he ..I
"We ought lo nave nail pros
als of our own and ought tc have "' thai Ik e of h
taken the InMil
sometime ago." h>
Mr Eden tuggeeted that if the
Sehuman Plan had come from a
Socalist bloc of Stales the Briti.h
Government would have
every nw we I
influence the situation from the
inside."
u.. haik
as fnnd.iir SO tall) .i mo* I
I '
to peace Is Immediate ai
Oen
to entci nal iiei'
, i I
i aspen-
Monism and the hop* '
solidarity with ;
hours.
Wants Speedy Accord
Mi Kder. BB|d ''"
Korea ui B| all fre**
and We I to
jliun ih.....

i.
.nlsed except I
that th< Prei

. ntally
r
I The House
| [t Is an i

ball i.
rtnerahip

I

..
i


Waleott .
the*
in .in
orl If 1

n
So Weak BpOil


.itch
The Details
......
three remaining W i wickets
this miiriiiiiK to, i
innings ended in IS mil
326
nings Ui the bowling oi Jones
. Worn i. and a oring was

i h it had reaehi
the loss of Hutloo | k i
Washbrook and Kdrich aran
gcther at '
After; l.umii
dhln kept
p Um good
en .I i i |gi
\
\m awoi
li
Next ovei Wa I

c ei wc i hut two
i ' i her P tdhln i 't him as
town the pitch t.....peel
n
nl which
Ion of the
Tl
Anolhei Ik i tl llowod '"
ddiUoi
idhln had
in leg I i. Do]
\g u nh un-

' I

...
Ilka two

i
Tense Mom ol
i
then E*l-
.
Valentin
ii|> and glvmi i'
)' in.'

hich ui
*
ll UM nest l,a|| to he I
l.'iu led for a duck I Tl
Kaele, which should have con
g) Oh pace K
Kl a;'.
I

I or: that Wai ROI bOOn .oiiii.ilh
I I
i i local
in,, end ol March ..!!.

, -
month, wen: on it li a serious
hait of nil
I
Kon
I .
arlthoul

Mi t. i
. of the reported de< un
lion o i.i >..,
i
H......ii....."* an i :im i
ii-
u as .m armed rrontiei
-
wlthool
i .
i
:
.
Um dies > noi kaadi
I V| i
I
. I
Si,, hn ,.. t|
TOKYO. June 26
'fHE SITUATION In South Korea has gravely
ilet.enorated, an authoritative Allied 'source
here told -Reui.-r" today This draraatn- n i 1-
radio telephone from Seoul, capital of South Korea
followed earlier reports that South Korean forces
had pushed back the North Korean troorw which
invaded them yesterday.
fien-,:,l Dwh MaeArllu.rv |, |
In
1%
OB ."id
V.irlli Kor
ii auaha
lellr \t,U-
uMleawd
Bfigaoaa

:,. j
\ Ui i||
in
i-. u iu Mai
ntaal lasrife Ki
ii*.......- imi
ied. h^nl Ihioun in Tiiinii,
re Ihe alUrklnc fareen
hrcr luirilrr eaaMahajBBfl
ii toe**

BtOOjc Tin on el
North Korean Comnui
i


pil l .ii II miles south. aa

t< < hlng hi i>
port
<

i u
North K
TiM reoenU) Um i" '
he i
....
. r-,.io
U.S. Promlee
Vigorous
Support
BUT WILL SHUN WAR
WASHINGTON, -lime 7
l'rwirteiit Truman to
it in which he said ihe
.

..mmi to ''mi the as
Koics
The Pf formal
statement laruod -ii Un
Houai
lawless action Uue
fi Mori Koree
svmpathji and support loi Um

rated b) ii"

m wall at
by stops I lo and
>ui menl aaali i n......I i
o- ing am ! the mutual

-
unanimously that the I
ni sttai I. ..ti south Korea

i.. U s in war 8<
Mtllihm -.1 i ; .(
Um i oaten
en itori said 'he n I -1 igreed
i-talk Uiat Ai
provide military supplies
baler
A area


he out khi
. ktroli
people m

"i rronj t i nununu i
.iBinh- (hem to remain
' ith< m.itive

K irean
"' IU lundre it Ulju
the wide ao
ipltal
National

ind Um United
them K rean In-

Daae>|| (onrerneil
i Attiee
I Couituont Uxla.v
ha I iment

I 'veurreil
...
a* ii i peclal reapon IhHttt
' I'"' I' : .1 where
i United NaUons Cornml

Replying io a question 1 l >p
po Uon h i- r Wins)
tha Prime Mb
.! ...
1
no Security Cou i l

... |
I n.. Ati iii Hoi ii h '
'A i t i .


ii the Pi lira
.-!. i meant oi
1 .-.. nu
igh Um s. 1.1 ii i mii
ral .r the fniie.1 NgUon Mi
IM >RI ipltal S-'i.iil. I
it. sudtudc
ind Unitude
't a* NOrU n i- nh>
I i the
Vclloa Sea ind ti. 9
U.73H
. ...
ol o> el U 000.00 l.l.
anaos Empire
in IB10. ami .luiinit thv last
. 1 i \
1 1 iim-
il'.niin.n..... t)IK|
Booth Korea undei UN
irltj t'oun-
. il snd n
. .
N.Tih K<... Korea
Rob. it
ii 11.
. 1
Bl i-rov.il ,. n

in lei wbelhei
Qq
1 the Untied Nal
1 1 states t..
h foi ihe use of the atomli
'';.....> *n 'he .pit 1 .1
Korea
dm rVrosMenl 1 inter-
l ,
helical question ind .
il .1 ordci
Bttackbui
the North Koie;u, inv.olei ,
noi ked out two 1 inks in the
,'""1"...... was stated offl.
eiall| Hie .soui 1, k. re
onK known to have I'll-. 1 <
reeonnal.v., ^Iiu
ire ie|Hirted ti
0 Sited
:.
Kon .11 -i Kon
seventh .1 : mg th"
north
Seoul wore reported to haw
broken under hi
if. .o. ordlng to ihe i .
ahone mean as recetved from
leouL
1 nth ilivi......
line bach raptdl) on Seoul, the
i i aaowgri I diet
at on up :
lories /'ledge Support \t
Lunch for Sugar Delegates

i
VALENTIN*: IN ACTION. One of hi*
its way. ^
pinner^ is en
- -Central Prpii.
1
Thw. :
coUofcoraUen i .
" will he ;i till I
if we made con i

! prevent a war
1'T ty deliberately that in all

nothing better than the reOUCta i
of Britain to th.'
I
That would run i
Commonweal!! rha Tut."*
and to our responsibilities as
power which we ahare a tl
ithe United State* B W I
Uruter 3ij ( rnpaUty aml'fi
...


i .
"Call The
Kremlin *8
Bluff"
SAYS BRIDGES

i

Porelgn Retattoi
i .
loving nal
m.i abovi
i -

gring Um Gen<
( south Korea
id . i
Uon might be
s must I
.
Bwrrow "ii Ihe Koreoi
MniT" and ratal




but eooti n
i
..i,f
mlln'i !


M

i
'


!at.

"Cease I ire Order
Is Useless
Says U.N.O. Commission
lake
rhe *.
' ters today sayin


ru
and
imp". i Imate thi
the 11
of these negOUal row in Saoul. Keuti-r
K. W. V.
SOUTH AFRICAN
WINES
Hereunder Is A Governor's
Opinion Of The Quality Of
K. W. V. WINES:
.i p) i ;.
tchtll,
......I tin Ki'tiVii O
IMES
myself, duiii
p In Africa haVi
l.ll.ll (.IT- oil. .
Hi
1 I.
n
rtu
Mill' ,
if my early life spent Ih thai i'a
K.W.V SIIKKKY \(i '


I i%li-n t.. Il'IMIlMl K\ RADIO I'C'N'WMI
leeaaeroa eveaoag from 7 :tn la i-
vtii* in innrtUMis VMNMBM uiii iiiiv nt
win m i ri


PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
11 I -IIIV, Jl'SE 27. UH
Ca/db QaUwq
h:;
H'
I and Mis Savage accompanied
by Captain W Lambert attended
the secorui Tr-l Match between
Malvtrn Football Club of Trinidad
tnd a local loan-.. \terda\ after*.
titKin it Kcii^inKtuD Oval
Will Attend To-night's
Lecture)
|IS EXCEl-LXlfCY the Oov-
t Is expected to attend
Tip lecture at the Y.M.C.A to-
night at 8 15 o'clock given by Mr
Eric James. MA. Staff Tutor for
-,. University College of the Weal
ho arrived here from
Antiiu.. fMtcrttal ..fternoon.
Staff Tutor at W.I.
Univertity
MR. ERIC JAMES. M.A-. will
be living a atries of lectures
in Public Vi-iimiNtr.ition while M
,. m Barbados. tp lecture* will
t>e partly rwidentij.L A Jaiiiau^n.
,: lutoi for the Univcr-
o| Dm w.| mm will
oe here for one weak.
iu| arrtvad trom An-
tigua, where tor two month* he
has been giving a courat on Pub-
lic Administration to about forty
rvants. It I* hoped that
in the near future that rimilai
court** will be given throughout
tie Caribbean Area. pARJ. HAIJJWIN.
,, Mr Jam.* leeve*Bart>a- E* ol the Ueward Btama* a
will be coin* to Trinidad
Pea* planning pur-
poses and will be returning to
Jamaica in late July.
1/ '
i itana. Lor,;
7*u: >oe hi,
VM do react* 'Ma/ trpei ni*,;.
BO Ml SMI ui enr.rlmni-i
DOfiflcal /ri-itf m tht fciivhi-
Baldwin's Handicap
With The Royal Bank
V|FI and Mr*. J W Bradshov.
daugfr
In Florence
MRS WMYATT. wife of the
Hon John Whyatt, K C..
.-lilted Florence earlier thl* yeai
hi a trip to Sicily
Now back in Florence, she is re-
volting the city with her husband
were her* for about
holidav Maying at the
* H.u-I. niicl their
-law and her two chil-
Kluujbeth ..nd ChnaUMtfier
aft {**''"^,l W"***>
I' W I A
The HraiUhaws arc Barbadian-
but have been living In Trinidad
for man> yean, where Mr Brad-
*haw ii with the Royal Bank "'
Canada in Port-of-Swin
Thtlr daughter-in-Taw and her
iwn children arrived from St
l-ucia early yesterday afternoon
and ac. .inpanied them to Triin-
dad later in the afternoon. Iler
husband who is a Sugar Chemi-t
hi St Luci; *ill he going to
Irinidad at the and of the week
Married in Peru
MR IVOR COR BIN' aeeori-
I ROM [j> hi* Bride, Uui
! rmSf Mis* (lion* Itubio grrlvi-d
here yesterday morning by
HWI.A Thc> w.r married re-
cenlly in I**i % th Urlde'a home.
Alier alMiui twenty hours of al-
most nonstop Hying, stopping at
is^ltHia and Venezuela, they ar-
rived in Trinidad on Sunday, and
tie* ov.i )>aaHgdnj morning to
bwRMdoa,
From Caracas
li/f'1 arid Mr Manuel lrlbar-
........ mood, aotoi tm Kirtmo. It* ran who amwd '..
J-Z: "C'.,r", "" '"' ai!cr."s-""d"-".
s&^jts ..?." S3 hAolld'n' xsvr z
It happened on the stage of ih, Colony Club
i meesf Theatre after a pert.,
"ce of "His Excvlli'iiu> Hi wl
E!
are selling out
NOUSHWOMEN ir
Instead of Ul< (CaBtl line ith
' Pater Pan oileVra. ami I i
art decnandiruj low-cut and more glum
For day vegr Ibey plunge nwrr deepl* than I
ataopa are sriMnic as hany Moulder i
' r cstaual wear as Ujey can gel

B purr
I he Kprll i,l tine *inr Jmu lowrrcd
stoclut of these drnaes. i> |
an ink-blw cotton dres*. ith *ht ,
aw**, wbicii had a clever uB
TalUliir line that one c.iu.d *dj.
.J-ihe
___could adjusi
I'his eold tor a UUie wvr
*t Ce I found s puik
blue striped cotton drc
tut elth a tight
Una and
-hit" sL.
pnrU) low nets!
Keonsrobar wnsn
ins these deeoiui
couonanneiiUiu
itUsruarU-r if ii.
naskline is eu<
wioe to uu,*
>auisUouid low cul so"
Recipes
he dinerence |
mtnoui
rurlmen plays an ex Yorltat
docHer appointed governor ffl
"ilony.
Encircled by the actors, the K.\
told Poriman: *\ did the same
*'ho 1* spending some of his leave vu Uo in the play when
'egan to demist
'tnke. I want out andl
*ilh 'he back f.f tnrj
But (mimicking Port-|
ge accent) if Ah'rt talker|
MR. W
pora
_i iu:.
Thev arc going on to Rom* a*
Holy Year Pilgrims.
Did Not Arriv*
AUER. Gulf Oil COT-
lion's, Barbados Branch
iager who was due to arrive
Irom the U.S vis St. Lueia yes-
terday did not arrive as expected
Mr. Harold C bishop. Bpecial
Representative of Gulf Oil Cor-
l-irjRoii, who is st present in
rlaibados. was al Seawall to rneet
htm and he told (Brio, that Mr
Auer must have missed air con-
nections somewhere along tht
route and would probably arrive
Aorkcrs
'tilling a
ninglel
crowd.
, m Will Be Married Shortly
m 5RS. KLIZABETH ARCIIEH
I and her son Andrew left
jesterday morning for l.,i,-
fisland. New York via San Jug*
Puerto Rico Mrs. Archer who was
I'ormeriv Manageress of the Wlnd-
Isor Hotel will be married shortly
pntheU.S to Mr. Allan Lindsay
. -s
c Cj .. t- ,, ajtHliibitlou boi|t ror education talks [1.....l.> this yci
|R. HERMAN I) DOXIIX. -nfl-v will ,.|m. a
MH
Old HdriiBomaii. now Edu.,
'ion Officer of St Lucia was an ai
rival by B.W.I.A. yesterday men
nig for the Conference of Educi
lion Officers of the windward an
l-oeward Islands which opens i
11 ...lit,*; ^ 1- -u.i ll> k stin inp .
hv Hotel Royal
St. Kitti Visitors
MR. AND Mrs. George Kuv
arrived from
Bja
like thee, bah g'viri
ave got Job dun."
"Unfortunately. I'm an F.l"n
ian," he added lucfuUy
Butlin's Bouts
BILLY BUTUN. holiday ramp
king in BrHaiir and the
L'ahamas has come to terms with
boxing king Under an agree
ntent made last week. Lee Savold.
ie<-ognl..ed on this -iu, uf thes!
Atlantic as heavy weight chum o
won of the wurld, will give ihj
ahibitlon bouts at British holiday f
'- year In addition Cl
. try and find a new'
ish champion irom the rrowdl
vho go to Butlin's Rings are to
le set up -i the various holldav
;amps and those whom Savold
selects as potential champions will !
U paid (1.000 a year and traitu-' ,
W Here Last Year
YVES CLERC who was in If
Biubado, a year ago arrived 1H
ban ye*tcrdn\ by B W I A from a*.
Martinique to spend another lioli-
day |n Baioados stayin-; with the
Lcrbcit Greaves' at "Sunnyside.' .'
CROSSWORD
r- \ !

1
i
* i
*>
| Is
py W
dried
' tea
svuur
In
"When htlhl
" w.
Uli dstn
ST"*
Brighter Hume*
VI ANy nee i-.*. on Hoou--
iimkiag *t uMiumwd lb
" " .- ..I ')!- I1IU1M
*riiien by Julia oirn.
. Uuo* Co.. Us./.
'n buna- demr,*u.ii, Miss Ctfiu
nggrst. psperlng three walls
ol a room In
oft yeilow
nd one wall
hi i-sle coisl
*nd. to fin lab
'he room, s
'areet of
"iwet broa-n.
.tnd wails in
pale harebell
wood-
Sassj dasvger
f>0 YOV KNOW THAT .
1 a ^dangerous to him tnUh-
imsuit ?
ir ^naavd audnll u
IP
rfuds a.
M"
snfl e itowo. Nor la R.t
ever made into tin., ifc. ,
- Can Wih h> itioiiiiMi '
. Afler Mil" | cn Inchu
5clei.:ici )h.l-.e (Si
At din m.intent, (gi
Out of the sllnt o| it,* ... ,t,
A new iKiiins u|way* ho- ll t\
PeosDitatea pr-wrv,. >e.
i in.
White se>w( hatwiag -,
ihor-. Klw-w-k snd uluiMff
line, selling at tffte nd
KorwMas .m-h.-r heaen i.
i>i<* n i c n
-'i 4 ind eye*
in in. hoi VMUiei
Bold in a vnt.d fit Is Sri
fuiejins cap.. Mivled Ilka a turban
8 MB| o"l('U. mMsm at
Miifiic of a Nune,..
THE word nylon w lieme aadtt
overworlceil.
rhere are n number of Itoalefy
nuuuilaelurera ho ..i- makinE
-ckrngs. wtUt reinforced
and heels, and
' n c m as nylon
'ir any refer-
iga rn rayon,
the nylon

atabUsh you
1 time
cei-milnl
*!> make
tw-jr re , ^X^Me
\ fable decoration whioh ai dlf-
.-(nl u .su^u,vrte.i bv a small
*oock'ii irav uf aajfey MokMsn-d
truil and ,mU p-OTon^ffi
' read that a pule VJu- himneaniw
.^houtrt he lined with pink So
Hive a more nattering Dtrt.
blanket* should be waftted nM
-leiuvd- sad ^^Isvd preler
ably tn rainwater.
Miss Cejnu suggeiu a panel ol
into to inaicn the floor covering
ttrrd to the *all as a splash
nack In an untiled bathroom
st Kitu res
i-i itay aftcnu on mi a week's visit
'o Barbados They are staying at
ina Royal Hotel.
Livea In Soufriere
YfRS EDYT1IE REID who live*
^sSSFs ta ^r^a'sih..
dron arrived from Antm
IliiwiiS dune ||,|, jou nia, ||4^,
Party For Lady Anne
Fsdtral Education Officer
V|W A C t; PALMEH. M.B.E.
** Padaral iduntnen Officer
" latrumeni
_. SANDRINC1IAM. Ens >H,ut the bouks and to urevent
Britain's swankiest party of in ... thl
*lll be given, by the Couiiless of house, once staffed by 40. he and
f u*-d to clean the ad-
irom St Lucia yesterday uy
ii.W.I.A. In spand two weeks In aLmdey nil
^rbados staying at Stafford %\
Royal Memoirs
KING JUAN I ot Redonda. ha'
Saved in ui his tein|nii,ii>
v'ourl" at Temple Kortune iri
L.,ndon to .1 retreat at Lmielon
.'(jpvrton lo write the lirst
Mr:
Palmer and the children left for
.'.ii'iiinu yesterday: Mr Palmer
remains In Baruados until Thurs-
day on oflliini bairncM and is ..
guest at the Royal Hotel
Hopes to Return
FRANCIS McIXJWEl.L.
ho has iio'i. (inning to
of his memoirs. King Barbados on and off since 183"
most w>*i Indian* lojdw, rattimed In New York yesterday
the g7 yeai old poet John by waj of Sun Juan Pv
M"
1. Deaoita tliti|'*ui.f ir- in
-"?ru" ^"'W.inPXniulr
B irsr.iioig ,. (, ""* ,,J
S. You || nn m5.^.c.Iu*- "" * Urieal. igi
"ii. (Si i j^ 1 \rt(IR,
IS. Tht autcuei
thli Jotnt. 141
15: PSft-3 *1Mi
ai soihniB"i
like till..
S3. Ammsi 1
>xl tlsmp .41
>t produce! cuer-
uitm. 141
lor UDertv (
H mc ai yeai oin px#t joiin iiy way of San Juan Puerto Rico aen.un *i ..hinhi tJU.f ,,_.
Gawsworth So the memoU> Sh.- ... -i..ying at the Four Wind, bsbbbbbitlaHsesTirib V< IX'.l "
sltould be IntsreeUnj aivd well Club S' I'eier and her Slav this >: El. iShfl si.\S!'.' S.?: 4?
1* linen. tlawswi.ilh succeedid time wa^ for about lwu years She Beas.""htV 1 I .lK?,l.*'', f!;!'
Ihe late M V Shiel. the We* lojln Ca,b that she haled u.ft *', , >' 5 "XS 6J kii'i
Indian v. .tier, ai King of t... Ihou'-hl of leaving Barbados ami IW" iTtisa-,lieD,tfrt.'!, fc
island. the honed la return ^.,1. .,, IS. ar. '" u'"'
Leicester t llolkhsm Hall. No!
folk county, on June 30 (or hei
eldest daughter. Udy Aim. 1 g.
King Guorge VI. Queen En,.
l^th and Princes* Margnrel and
Kge after page of "Ih-iii.ti -
eragc' will be among ihe e.'iO
auests to toast Lady Anne, one of
the season's loveliest debutantes.
At 17 Lady Anne promises io be
a great beauty. She Is tall and
graceful, has golden hair and
vivid bl.r 1
To accommodate all her guesta
l.jdy '.eirrster has made up house
1!" Mill iieishlmurs in Nor-
folk county
Holkham Hall, begun In 1730
Jnd not completed until 1770, ad-
cins the King's big country
estate at Sandrlngham, The family
live In four wings of th.
mansion and the party
'Ing Bsrbados and
she hoped to return soon again
BY THE WAY
fll in: uui 0 a in it
A MAN h , walking In riMl-Miwi nd MluaMa hi. ihi. cor, d... w |i nlail.:-
to save Inn.-, from llync luisini-.* ... ,, ,, _".;' A' *? ,L .^.
j^mevg aMWM. SiSfe8^ *
..rin-l ,.t lliinieoyaal car, wall- uimnicd ii.nong v.rUul vehicle.
lni( lor ;, aredle ol traffic to brca. II. t.lsi-a his hat ami -l Vinttfatl
""' ISSP M%Z' b""\ """' I ISU*U'Y- "' "'>" ' KP "P
The padaatrlan nollrcd thai Ihe thing .tirretl .1 thT"oa,.urn'''"'v,, "Y "P"^1'"" '"' ''""
driver looked unhappy. .0 he ol Ihe lam and iifcscntlv th. C' am '"'"*' ca"b|c ol In-
..-...,hi, ch..ri Byejej ..nuoy., m US .... B?TV3 SUgVLTZ
I have been wondering who
aupplied thi gem, and why;
I I
Hi ..ui.- said if Use books wen
I n volvad 1 ills I 1
'' would lumd than
IllitlOtl f. 1 :-..,.
The llfth Ear I 1. Hv.n| iln
problem in |.....thel snq
Fn.in July I he - opening llol-i-
I1..111 Hall, with Its deer park
gardens, to the public fur 35 cents
.' head Pamphlet-, on th,- history
of the iHall. prepared by the
ramlly will sell for Ava cents i
>' i.;i" .-ill show tow
around.
Said Lady Leicester:
I .
to afford the up-
keej .i the Hal] Mil wo havi
;.l o Ml for eeins t.rnc that it
.i plaoi Ih.it |,i'..,.I. should bs
n"lowed to see.'* "IV
- , v ... . Hen death duties and high
held in the central bluek of state taxation have forced many arlslo-
looms 11.ttic faralllos to open their homei
Dancing will be tn the statue !" the public -I.N.S
gallery." and the fountain cascad-
ing In front of the Hall will In
tloodllt tor the party Orlginall)
OoodlighLs were to have buthe'l
the entire house but Ludy I^ice*.
tar decided ii would be
daiiling" for her guest-.
SHOW BUSINESS
In aWecadill} the pedestrian
and presently the
ear crawled a few
. feel, apd came lo a ^lop again
went into a shop and heught a ''Whe, I do ba|(eve I saw it im.ee"
l al. V.nli he came out he saw -.i,n the walfcei shading his eves
llllte OS; HTwsv^lain E "f hm4' ?" 3LS mU*' A /' i~* boll dropped
ijuier block. Ml Maved again have been my imagination. He by a jarkdau' fell uceid,- a \lai-
-nd shouted -Bon voyage! Good- |.g! If you're .t.li here lo-mor- me.bt.rv man
bye for the present" The driver row ." The drivw curMd
scowled In Piccadilly Circus the loudly 7*., -,>/* nf /lrL..
pedestrian gol himself .haved. A- Neal day, ih. walker had 'o gr P J ^*^
L'herlng cross he crrhanled the down to Thread need lc-strw: A^ *THS trimwi <*t urM...n.B
fl rnhoyan. car. ^ck again he swung along pas. the motion- M ,Ln Sa^in^ u^he n '
zstsrsas tints- z^^w&^z ggLSSygfe^SS
tr.an went on A Welilnatoii- IU. iu kJ J. B lUtll tmc* 0nm "<"""ed and Ihree last March,
street they wereLke^Seik ^-^^ ^ Sl^Tv ^ JTV^ W J"1* had ^
It must be fun having unlimited ."d AnTwer eamc S2T*Ji "2^1 "" hcr "'W blor
octroi: he said Stick lo it, old 0 1^7^7.,; the dtfd JShr ^,urnPd a,t*r lw
fellow! Bring us back a Mrr0t!" s,oi>oe2'..uPSh %X*^? ?..d.al Wortholl las. night
HOLLYWOOD: Betty Hutton ll
'i m1* *i Uu|H;"' K,rl CwCU B.
i M circus movie "Tlio
ntertulnment will be on f-'rc*,te*l Show on Earth' Laurel
ih side but Ihe kitchens, a,ul Hardy and Chard. I
Inch have spits for rousting oxen '""' "boing uureasing ilttari t i
will not be In use. They re TVShirley May France will l...v
jammed with furniture stored another riv.il Channel swlnutl 1
'here when the house was used a* on the Queen Elizabeth when ih<
S troop training school. .sails: fort^-f.iui-ycar old Cll.i
Pride of the Hall Is the library tf* born swimmer. George
of more than 20.ooo volumes. The Eraser had only Sfwueh monaj
' last year, was very concerned worried aim.'
CRYPTOQI'OTE- Here's Imw to work It:
AXVDI. BAAXR
la L O N O V E L L O W
One tetter simply nands for anoiher In this example A i. uasd
for the three Li. X for Ihe two Os. etc. Single letters, epos-
tropoie.. ihe length and formation of the words sre all hints
Each day the code letters are din-rent
House* ilVrj
GuioV
l*rkr in thr free market
lor carrots and beet* when
the "Advocate" checked es-
tcrdsy urre as follows:
f'srrals 16c. per lb.
BreU Ific. per lb
Bceu. 12c prr lb. si
one grocer.
COUGH LOZENGES
SSjajajj,^ ?//jaoftw -^
The walker shot
stopped and said. "Do you camp -he
ihead, arrived out nl nlfhf Tell me, do you do the
aid, "l didn't care much fi
woman."
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Tir.SOVV. JUNE it. I*M
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PAGE T1IRKE

Korea Invaded
g) frxm pinr 1
"'il commander had been rhar.c-
ed In an attempt 1" stiffen resist-
ance.
A few minutes before the n>
of the deterioration was received
here. General Mac Arthur's head-
quarters had announced that 10
Mustang tighter aircraft war-
being sent to Koreu. Actliui
under Washington Instruction.*.
delivery wu being made to South
Korean pilots in Japan
ZV Tank* Break Through
A substantial portion of the
North Korean armour drove aoutl
through the Pachon Uijungb
Corridor.
More than 10 tanks were taa
to have pierced their way throuhh
the poattton close to Ui)ungbi
itselfaad only a few mile-
north of Seoul. South K..r
"suicide squads" knocked out
between II and 20 o( Hie invad-
ing tanka. General MacAtthur'.
headquarter? slated.
In hciivv fighting through In?
night the South Koreans held th
invaders' strongest blows cm U
corridor leading to Seoul .hkI Id
whole of the Southern Peninsula
South Korean reinl- ra n
ware rushed to the firing line"
early to-day and throwing in
determined counter-attacks, thr
defenders turned the tide back at
various points across the penin-
sula.
Then mnic the news that th"
position in the corridor had sud-
denly deteriorated.
Unconfirmed reports receive!
.ii Tokyo said an American-bull*
Mustang lighter and a Russian-
built Yak had a (log-tight over
the capital and were driven off
by the "South Korean Army
Alrforce"
The Yaks were reported to have
apparently Intended to attack the
Ktmpo and Youito airfields.
Other unconfirmed reports from
Seoul stated North Korean tlghl-
base of China! at the extreme
tip of the South Korean penin-
sula.
Recaptured
Tnogduchon. 12 miles north of
I'ijungbu. hod teen rccaptun-
i. Fierce fighting was raging
at Arc-scarred fochon. 12 miles
northeast of Uijungbu, Pochon
fell to the North Kortans last
i.ight Munsan. 1 mile south of
Ihe tmjin, earlier reported to have
fallen, was still in South Korean
hands earlier this morning.
The North Korean President.
Kim II Sun. broadcasting over
Pyongyang radio this morning.
railed on the North Korean peo-
ple "to crush the South Korean
armed force*" is.n.rdlng to the
KvwkkI monitor in service here.
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DrUale gealey
FOB MAJITLMqt'S
namsnl Roife Mm Wslrott.
Kenneth Thaenpson. 0*1- Besfl.
MAO. NOTICE
Mall. far WnllaB KfnMorn and
AiiuKeedsm by the 8 B OranjeaUMl will
he etoaed st (he General Po OrBo
Psnr-1 Mall at m Baatstered
Mall .11 p m Ordlnarr Mall Ml|m
i<>. Ihe Itth June. lso.
BRUSH....UP... YOUR... SMILE
WITH THE CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH
JACK BENNY. Americas Numb
London Cr./\ (iang.
Left to rty'it: Bud Flanagan. Charlie Naughum. JacK
\% imliiM On Europr:
Such Thoughts
Are Dangerous
Kt Mirhnrl !aiiiiiiinB{liuiii
LONDON
The notion that a "neutn
Europe Is practical polities I
been entertained In certain West-
tern quarters during the ii.i-i few
months. Europe, it Ii suggeate.i
should be a aeparate gcographit '.
bloc, a "Third Force" independent
of East and West. This desire for
neutrality, set against the '.hrc.it
of another war, is understandable
But in the present International
situation It ii, 1 submit. impossiKo
to achieve. It in based on several
misconceptions, chief of which :.*
that the "cold war" concerns only
Russia and the United Statesno:
Western Europe.
Official Western thinking does
not, of course, countenance neu-
trality. The arguments for It
have been mainly propounded by
writer* like M. Etiennc Gilson
the distinguished French histo-
rian. In the Conservative Pan*
newspaper Le Monde, by some
French Socialists, and by Chris-
tian Democrat leaders in Wester,i
Germany Fear of a third world
war |s probably the piiru'ipnl
motive underlying these men'*
views. In the case of France.'
Soviet propaganda and PlcaSM *
peace dove may also play a oarl
Will ;ii- \l,-irki-il
that they are touAded on fat*.-
1' assumptions. In the lir : plan
it is simply not tint till
"cold war" Mtwawi t.
West is no affair of Europe s
This line of thinking usually m
companies the contention th. '
America is responsible for IMS
"cold war" because ahe is putil-
ing an aggivsAivv potii
Russia into which EuroiM- d.
been unwillingly ilniggm Moth
ing could be further R
truth. In fact, only u
nature of Soviet intetitiunv kg
wards the non-Commui.
triea this side of the U
tainand can anyone who h-t
watched Russia slnec
doubt what tbon intent
has caused the United St.ii.
to come to the defim.- o) W.
ern Europe, It may not be
Coincidence that neutmli
o solution to the German problem.
was an idea originally propound-
ed by the Russians.
({uestimiahL-
The F.v.itn adherents of
trailty argue something like
If the cold War between
and West becomes a shooting
France, as an ally of Americ
bound to be atlackf-d Yet Fr
(and Western Europe i.
believe, i* incapable of riefen
herself effectively against Rl
except with the help of .1 rr.-
Germanyand the latter
refuse to contemplate In anvl
case, the cost of detente would
be so heavy that it would ruin.1
Western Europe eeonomicalh
and so make it a breeding groun
for Communism. Therefore it is
better to be neutral and concen-
trate Hither on riming living
standards. Much of 'hi-
lt will be seen, derives from
France's consciousness of Mng
no longer a Great Power. Perhaps
a minor reason behind Freml:
defeatism is the fear of some
Frenchmen that their country u
being "cocacolonizod" by parti-
cipating in the "U.S.-dumin.aled"
Atlantic Pact.
Those who argue for u neutral
Germany feel their case to be
even stronger Wesl German
membership of the Atlantic com-
munity, they say, would not onn*
Increase the tension between
East and West; It would make
Germany the inevitable battle-
ground of a future war. It wouli
also perpetuate the existing di-
vision of the country Hence Dr
Adenauer and his p..it. th.-
Christian Democrats, have flirted
with the Idea of neutrality. Ha
being a policy that seems to loot;
both waysand might help untie
Germany. The Bonn Republic,
the argument runs, should there-
fore have no Western commitment
other than membership of tin
Strasbourg Assembly. And thec
are some poliuca) commentators
Mr. Walter Uppmann is one m
themwho believe that the rol"
of a united Germany lies slmllat-
ly In i middle course betweei
East and West
These arguments for neutralit'
may seem, at first fiance, to car y
weight. Anyone, however, who
examines them will see eleariv
The second question
sumption made by the "Tim I
Force" advocates is really a pieic
of wishful thinking it i
that the neutrality of Western
Europe would be u -i ^
all the evidence of recent hlstol |
ants to the contl
rmany declared haraull
the Soviet Union would ui QfU [
inform thr (',
thai it was hwnii. n
exclude Communist
direction of affairs Tli>: !
reason to suppose thai thi
ual fate of that Government I
would be any (llffe-e-n
fata of Dr Raw
President of CzachoslovokJ
faced with the Comt- inial
of 104B. If there would be lit'U
respect for neutrality in time o
peoce. there would be m
In time of war. Who believe-
that a wur between RuaSBS
the Unite.) State?, even II
began In Asia, would not fin.it.
embrace Europe, neutral Or BO
It Is. at least, one virtue
that otherwise smgul.nU unfor*
tunate and untimely
the British Labour Part* Baaeu
tlve's manifesto on I
Unity", BUlt it does reject tl <
Idea of a European "Tin
as "sterile and dangerous" The]
Western Power!* ben...
strength and unity. I><-
United States, the Commonweallii
and Western Europe, provide thej
best chance of avoiding wi
this is so. peace will not u u-
cured by making Europe neulr
Church v. State in Hun. . ]
Communist tactics against the
Catholic Church In Eastern Eu-
rope have followed a familmr
pattern since the war. Then-
have been purges in one satellit,'
country after another. The Com
munlst Governments, in each
case, have sought to cause a
schism in the ranks of the Catho-
lic hierarchy, to Isolate the clergy Ijj
from the Vatican; ami finally la
make the Church a vassal of the
State. This Is what they succeed-
ed in doing last year in Czecho-
slovakia It is what they ax*If
trying to achieve by ttwll
campaign against the Church in
Hungary The Hungarian Gov-
emment's efforts have been m-
tenslned in the last few days
K.......->.
.since Cumin-'*

under house arrest. So <
M
I been ar-


a gUsaaa i rt si li-t larical
Press campaign.

SM *o ph 1^
nietieian
cf the Rungaii
forced CsUasOlsfi
reason:
Itrhlnd this new campaign is pro-

tha Kulak
('rich' pswaanu) to rcxi^t the
ive '"i* colleeti-
vis.-iHon Pcasani
have a Ml
jjrtculturs An la-
refusal of
....
. to the Communist rr-
gaaaa OD the grounds that pSjgmia*
sion COUld mm UkS
\. H
i
* I
I nl of Hun-

in '19441. Soul. .!. -.i i BsWaL
rould no lonpt

bishops xinsuita-
tion of Ua

should "give unto Caesar thr
lhiiii;s -.1.
caaa is the
i ; '
1; i* Lmpo i
VlSC tills .on
i '.on b will ba
(eelmu .n Hungary Is
l If I
not tit.i'.
In g |j .!' ir i lion of this
id i-iesenl the Conm iniisU may
scggsl i wnui la Polaoal
. 9
. tan i>cn ii :
M Raval did In
r., iin.i "nt thai
lh< Oovertunani would not be
to .' Church-
i.n.iil Hul it would, "'
..i, I in
,.( the Catholic

:!. Hufsgarian Commui
i
Clli'klgll.
Wisdom
Soimuhen- in Sicily
roil rutl u-s md rutnantit
..hi bandit, Salvatore OlullBno.
i roi nil Ufa y~ \ itarts
i He i ebs
.. rnad In tha kllUai i
.eon-mi. men .vnnieti ami
nildmi d n i ,t I'iilern n Ma)
Dag miiy in IsHt Though ttsLtti
eompUcas
girt, (inilian.i himself is
a* ban i" suiiy,
. far avmdad all the ltal-
.iiii ii.iv. riimetif* elforts to eap-
i iraral moutns ""*
- H>d ins pursuers m-11
eluding a spasMal ion* f ^"W

. ive-i nidi d oBun
un .i.mio.1 big boras Ln IM
iM>rtb-wasl - I Huii th* ii.ii
am q balp (row ih' lo
,mI Inhabitants Si. luans tend t
. own on tl* M.ie ui tha bandi
man of tha law.
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BARBADIAN DONKEY & CART IN COLOURFUL
POLO REGALIA
During the entire evening Side shows of all SJ
Descriptions on the Grounds.
Barbacued Hamburgers on sale
TICKETS: $1.00 at Johnson's Stationery.
Fogarty. Janetta Dress Shop. Marine Hotel
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1'HK tenth mtUl nibbean
Commission was opened in Martinique
yesterday. It is ihe tenth of a series of
meetings which-began in March 1!M2 amid
the anxieties and fear* of German attack
during tiie late war.
Indeed the Anylo-Caribbean Commission
achieved a spectacular success fag
ganisation in those dark days of the West
Indian Schooner Pool, the activities of
which contributed in no small measure to
our successful resistance ;it the htighl oi
the submarine campaign.
So spectacular was the success of the
Commission during those sad days of WM
that to-day the reaction has set m and very
very few people in the West Indies are
really aware to-day that the Caribbean
Commission has been growing steadily ever
since its foundation by the British and
Americans In 1942.
fvt Q from earliest days the Commission
had planned the formation of the Carib-
bean Research Council and the West Indian
Conference.
Barbados was the scene of the tirst West
Indian Conference which met here under
the Chairmanship of the late Sir Frank
Stockdale whose marriage to a Barbadian
made his ties specially strong with this
island. That was in 1M4 and since then the
West Indian Conference has been held in
St Thomas in 1946; Guadeloupe in 1M8
and is scheduled to be held this year in
Curacao.
At the end of 1945 the scope of the Com
mission was widened to include the partici-
pation of the two metropolitan countries of
France and Holland.
Since that date Commissioners represent-
ing the four nations and inclusive of the
local governments have been meeting every
mx months on the territory of each of the
four nations in rotation.
At these meetings the Commissioners
compare and revise notes of general inter-
est to the whole area and they discuss the
sort of agenda which comes in for open
ventilation at the sessions of the West
Indian Conference where representatives
of local Governments speak their Govern-
ments' minds on specitic question* brought
up for discussion.
At the present Martinique Conference
the Commissioners will mainly discuss Ihe
agenda of the conference which is to be
held in Curacao in November. The subject
matter of that conference has been already
publicised and the delegates will be spe-
cially occupied with discussion of gffXllt'
ture in the Caribbean.
But the main function of the Commission,
the function which makes possible the de-
tailed information without which the Con-
ferences and meetings would die for lack
of statistical nourishment is the working of
the Caribbean Research Council. Unherald-
ed and unsung except in certain of the
Secretariat releases, the Research Council
compiles wearisome statistics, collates
them, has them published and circulates
them to interested Governments and indi-
viduals.
Working with the assistance of a number
of Committees the Caribbean Research
Council concerns itself with the technical
details of West Indian problems which
range from agriculture to public health:
economics to engineering. The public mind
will remember without much jogging the
recently concluded conference on livestock
and soil sciences.
The Caribbean Commission which has
been the subject of experiment and whose
life was never held to be certain to survive
as long as it his. m-ius by the information
provided, to have justified its existence as
a necessary Caribbean agency. Supported
as it Is entirely by the taxpayers of the four
metropolitan countries it is successfully
working in with the local governments in
an attempt to promote the best interests of
the Caribbean territories.
If its work is too little known, that may
perhaps be due to the lack of appreciation
by the secretariat m Port of Spain that
what the peoples of the West Indies want
Is greater knowledge of themselves pre-
sented in the language of everyday use.
The somewhat stereotyped and uninterest-
ing information which often reaches news-
paper offices (not always as early as it
might) shows a pitiful unawareness ol the
use of the daily Press to spread informa-
tion effectively amont the peoples
area.
I\ TIIE PROMISED LAXDIlIsAn Anxious Week For
Ihe Old Boy Network' |i
ll in ii\ \iii i KSTBBB
D.v.scOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS
a CO.. ltd. at the COLONNADE
TEL AVIV

I
Jtjb to Jerusalem, .i

I hitcd Th#l In
the notional sport fieri-. .<> 1 joined
in, loo.
It is also the best mj
K people, und whjt ivople there
ar to meet! In the whole history
A the human raea then ha*
never lr.-n MUStl
homecoming; of the Jew
At the small
lunched the waiter told
night to I* King Of lam H.
omes from Switzerland, says he
can prove his dost i
ind ha, hi* aWgal v
hop.
It Is reported that he h >

eminent will BOakl
old -on pHnca <
When I knocked at the rtonr it
.,- 1.1 i.ed I v tr,. p| tad In
person. He said the Una
and when he learned I want"1
an interview and not n crown-
nilinit he mM good-by<
the door
Hound World . .
EVERYWHERE I
ith .1 itorj lo
nu. t of tin-in glad |0 tell it
There wan the young i
his hat on the side of hn head
nd an arrogant, well-tnminel
beard, who stood with me on Ihe
road waiting tor hilch-Mke (a
R dn
Seven years ago he was a boy
at the rabbinical college In Poland.
When the Russians rame he
escaped to Lithuania, thence ship-
ped to Curacao thence to Shanghai,
ind from there to Japan It took
him eight years and a journey
round the world to reach Israel.
There was now no need to sneak
across border*, plead for visas, or
pine behind barbed wire The
refugee boy had grown Into a man,
with head hold high and chest out
His family? He had not heard
of them since that night he said
good-bye and crossed the border
with his teacher and classmate*
Grand Piano Village
I STOPPED id an ex-Arab
village near Jerusalem that Is now
peopled entirely bv musicians
from Yugoslavia Every one of
them brought a grand piano with
him.
They are making a livin : ratt-
ing chickens and tending i*jvt
trm
When I called they were i"-ina
one goat to etc h i.nm!.
The BM|
goati ii* other.

: Uk-ii goat on the
I rope
I follow ni house.
the goat to a leg of
tkd looked it over as if
wi.mi.rmg whether lo milk It or
eat II.
Oh, The Women
AM-; .,:,. af Qh men working on
the roads or laying IfiisjMj
what they were doing before ami
. lhat 18 montn*
ago they were sl,<-
i in Turkey. Tripoli, or
Bucharest.
TsBtn re enough barber* hi
Israel to cut VSjryonf'l h.iir twlea
daily and enough tailors to make
I .< new suit io
Now they are navvic-
tabotantn
Hut 1 mivt >ay. that all those
peopia I ipoSM : .
:r wive* who grumble
.rand-new
I MCB dm driver gi- bnf
nu not there last
-vk 1 dropped off to investi-
gat I was immMli-'
rounded by a crowd oj swarthy
North African women all snouting
at me in Fn-nch
They fhmight me sonie kind of
inspector, and were CO
about their accommnu'
10 rook on oil Move-
When I managed to make my-
: and explain that I was
a stranger v-re myself, thev all
roared with laughter and did not
seem at all unhappy
Tin Polycanmts
THE most surprising Children
of Israel are the Yemenite Jews
from Arabia About 80,000 have
turned up since Israel became i
State two years ago. lots of them
with several wives.
European Jews gave up poly-
gamy In the 13th century, hut DM
news never reached Yemen. Thev
have now been told they can keep
the wives they've got, but mustn't
do it again.
They take such minor restric-
tions cheerfully because thev be-
lieve their return to I'racl wipe*
out sin of 25 centuries ago.
When the Temple was rebuilt in
Jerusalem, about MO B.C. -ill
exiled Jews were bidden to return
The Yemenites Ignored the appeal
and they believe all their subse-
quent troubles are retribution for
this
WhM the State of Israel was
proclaimed two years ago thev
were determined they wen BOl
jou inuu ...ii .
Hundreds diea on th i
but bin
I did not surprise Dk
H
found bui
an -i -1- bbum they
always knew th*> would -
luael on the back of an eagle.
I visited one ol their camps near
Tel Aviv, and MtandaoU told DM
that when they arrived u*9y uiu
not know ordinary ways, of wash-
ing, or how to sleep on beds. They
used to stand undei ln>
in all their clot),-
tne sun to dry.
Nine Dwarf*
At an immigrants camp on the
..- show" u hut
by a family of niM dwarfs Iron
Hungary They nod to usJU
living at lairs. No* I
themsvlvea up lii their hut and
would not let anyone look at >hm
without paying
When they Ui.Uvd tliey wani-Ml
Ihe camp osWtOH to pay for
inednjiiy ejuutstnltuj Uk >
- of one camp run
out they apply 'or iraaflfar to
another.
As most immigrants art en-
couraged to work o'i the land they
will proboh i teeny-
:
Olde'i Taxi-man
on the beba Iheie
is a co-operative larm run almost
i-ntirely !.
The day I ,.. the man in
tharge was a younsL stenographer
Service, and
tiy Ind
said, proudly, t
oldest taxi-drivei
In a lerusalei
CUssfsM JevveH
from Itussia during the re
tlon, settled in Shanghai,
married a Chinese girl.
I think the most amazing
in the Promi.'ed Land ii
weekly spontaneous Sabbath
parade on Tel Aviv seafront
Thousands of y i'
in their Saturia> I M and march
up and down in state of spiritual
exaltation. Th-re they walk
black, vellow. brown, ginger, and
blond.
A young Jew who came from
Bagdad only a few days bed
sat beside me on a nench looking
at the parade and Mat' "Isn't It all
wonderful* These are the davs
of the Messiah."
TOMORROW
I call In on I kibbutz
I..E.S.
i MDitaW) i>i\ Mm i
H* WMmm Mm*
Th.
helping ban
he was the
I met a
olu-
and
dftal
The I s< l shim nn of Oeor^e Isaars
lly W..I. Ilrowii
I SOMETIMES reflect that as
much trouble is caused in the
world by inadequacy as by evil.
When small men are confronted i >* matter) who could Uin la.
with great issues the upshot is on lo accept hia tutelage m labour
liable to be disastrous. A great "
isue is posing itself In Britain '" hert, II is my belief thai ..Ir.
o-day. And unless something 'waes got the Labour Ministry be-
happens, it will be handled by a uaa he was a cipher.
ell-meaning but little man. BlH what is wanted lor the
The i.v-ue is the i i.-ing cost of -,l"s which will shortly be upon
living. The man Is Mr George us '* rather a superman than I
aacs, our Minister of labour cipher.
When the wage-freeze was !m- th ineptitude illustrated in
posed, it was plain to evervunc tn* "lock stoppages is repealed In
knew working-class condi- ">e general wages crlsifi which
lions and the working -class mmd ll0 impends, the result may
that it could only be maintained easily bo disastrous. Our national
production, they will be utterly
valueless when won
And let us make no mistake
about it. this country is still a
l0ts| way from being in full
production.
True we ban what is called
full employment. Bui In too many
eases it Is full employment
half-cock.
I mean by that, that far too
large a proportion of our total
labour for ... .. > in w
which docs not add to the volume
ol goods which has to back
paper
aI And I mean that in the case of
which an con- !no,c Productively employed, far
. tun mnnu mtM-IUiM .m .11v,. >.l
uMtustrj
Here
for any length of time on the poait
assumption that the oost ol living ^'<'crablc stoppage;
Id be prevented from rising could have uttcrl.
There has never been ,iny .-m-fi * Meets.
margin between wage, and pries* What is Government policy to
is would permit wages to stand * "' iviatioii to the crisis? An
still if prices were to rise. attitude of mere negation will
The trade unions have groaned "ot do.
restively under the wage-freeze Such an attitude would facili-
long time while pi i. have hslO lhat impelling of millions
steadily climbed. Today, millions ol workers into action against Ihe um^"* secunri* from the indus-
f worker* have ksM than :. IMng <;overnment' which a leading !ry Tribunal a ruling that the
rage. Communist not long ago deilned me" m"sl n"< do overtime, and
Now the dam has burst. The as the prime object of Commu- I!1"' ,h*L ma iaole to prosecution If he permits
ny restrictions are ipiposed
caiarnTtoiis ^ou^ut
The case of the Maid>-.
ers illustralet.- the iwint.
were men wishing to do an
overtime a day, thereby escaping
from the wstfO-nsjan to the tune
of 3 a week.
And here (ire the building
It
And here and there, and all over
the country, are httud
thousands of people wanting
BOmM Ther.- an ITti.000 on the
I^ondon waiting lisl alone-
Trades Union Congress is in pro- nlt policy.
cess of repudiating the freeze, and Hut merely to multiply the
in doing this1 It is only following Pieces of paper distributed
what Its affiliated unions have wage?, would be no better. unU
already done. something else is don,
There are claPns In for wage Fundamentally the cause in the
increase- In respect of millions rise of the price level which has
of workers The engineers nrc led to the present wage crisis, is * '-"' prndunne houses in LOO-
balloting on strike action. the fact that there at no! suffi- ,,'oar
It is plain that the whole basis ricnl backing, in the form of Slop This Nonsense
of Government policy is under- goods, for the pieces of paper IE wage nurenses are to be
mined, and that a wage-crisis of already floating about uivi'i. the nr.,>itinn ntEtt be that
mmense dfmenslons will shortly Merely to distribute more would a" ""s nonsense (and Ihe Maid-
only cause a further rise in the 'tone case is only an illustration
price level, which within a few of the sort of thing which is
months would reproduce the pre*- happening in dozens of industries
?nt crisis in a more ncute form. and In a thousand different con-
Rises in (he price level would neclions) must be brought to an
ir
be upon us.
Who Is to handle that crisis"
What Is Government policy to be?
Worthy. But
GEORGE ISAACS is a worthy ,oon offset the increases in wages.
and very likeable man But .. ,,[ ;hen Ifcore would be all to do
Minister who will be called again. In tension greater 11 .
upon to face this crisig he Is about exists,
as adequate as a piece of string
would be to hold my bull Like A I . .
He was not appointed tor his THIHTY-FIVE years as a trade
capacity lo deal with trouble, and union leader nan engraved one that as a community ...
time ooeh stoppages In as many lesson Indelibly on my mind It *ume oiilv what we pr."
year8 have demonstrated his m- is that In ihe CBusM of price- by buy with what v.-
capacity to do so. He was ap- wages, prices always keep ahead is no Other way out
pointed, so far as I can sec. be- They are like the mechanical hare Until tjke th.it
cause he was Bevins man. in the dog-race. uiurh is always unions, in the matter of real as
Bevln is a man who surrenders pursued but never caughl. distinct /rom i^aper wages, will Ii
power reluctantly. When he gave This is not to say lhat wage chasing bulterflfeM under the An h
up Ihe job of Minister of Labour Increases should not be given. It of Ti-
to assume the Foreign Secretary- Is to say that unless wages in- WORLD COPYRIGHT
ship, he wanted someone In his creases are accompanied b\ | -F.rtVED
old job (this is my interpretation great increase in the volume of L E.S
not the country will drift
a crisig to wage crisis,
I sharper degree Each
new general advance will be off-
set bv further rises in the price
level, until w; le;irn tlo IfSsfOB
u an office of in. Brr,
irustori soo Qrrssat.,. -\ analor offtoat
is sininu at his spacious desk telephoning as the
door opens and a newspaper reporter enters The
OgtsfigJ uon. the feportcr to a teat and vues on
'I'i.'p'io'iiny. OffUal: "... note don'l u*orrp, old
boy. f have another job for you. A better one
'.( anylhlntj. . Yes, truly. . Note be a pood
chap ad don'i tpsfry. I'll call you bacfc a bit
inler."
THIS fiuymi-nl nf a telephone convers-
Uoa M which a reporter friend ol mnu-
happened last week is typical of conver-
Sttioai beiriK held among control commission
Hii-ial-s everywhere in the British
Cermany.
For the officials are worried about their
jobs as never before in the five years miko
the control commission started. They are
alarmed about the purge in their rank?>
wjiich. they believe, will begin when nvw
broom Sir Ivone Kirkpatrick of the Foreign I
Ofllce takes over this week us High Commis-
sioner from General Sir Brian Robertson.
Nor is it only the lower ranks of the mostly
temporary civil servants who are looking
around anxiously for positions in the com-
mission where they hope to be safe from
being declared redundant.
Fear of sacking has this time spread to the
upper levels.
TIIKYRK NERVOUS
AN "Old Boy Network" of retired briga-
diers and major-generals who. since 1945,
have managed to hold on to many of the
best jobs In the commission is nervous about
what may happen to them. .
Up to now the big boss in Germany has
always been a man from the Services. Thus
Field-Marshal Lord Montgomery was fol-
lowed by Marshal of the RAF. Sir Sholto
Douglas (now Lord Douglas), and he. m turn
by General Sir Brian Robertson, who had
been Chief of Staff lo both of his predeces-
sors.
All these Services men had the natural
predilection of Servicemen for Services
subordinates.
This had the consequence that although the
Foreign Ofllce has long since assumed re-
sponsibility for the control commission. 1
still found "The Old Boy Network" in com-
mand on mv last visit to Germany.
FIVE OUT OF 10
OF the ten administrative divisions form-
ing Sir Brian's headquarters staff ot Warmer
Heide, 1 found five headed by retired officers
dnwlfig Service pensions us well as their
salaries.
Sir Ivone. however, is a civilian and a
diplomat. He may not appreciate the advan-
taga of having a retired major-general as his
adviser on religious affairs, or a penriOTstd
brigadier as head of the information services,
whose job it is to watch over Germany's
newspapers, films, and radio. I don't know
that he will even regard it as essential to have
a military man as his economic advisii In
chief
Now if Sir Ivone Kirkpalnck replaces
these retired officers with his own bright
young men from the Foreign Office, as is
thought likely, then it is also on the cards
that some of these young men in their turn
may not agree with their Services prede-
cessors that elderly ex-soldiers and ex-sailors
are necessarily the best men for the top jobs
in their divisions.
At present, for instance, the bl
(retired) In charge of the information ser-
vices has another brigadier (retired) under
liim running the information centres in the
French and American zones of Germany.
And so it goes right on down the lino.
An anti-military coup at the top would
therefore probably mean an anti-military
evolution throughout the commission.
What Sir Ivone actually plans no one as
vet knows But the scene is so Intriguing that
even the German newspapers have started
guessing. They are guessing in accordance
with their own wishful thinking
AN AMBASSADOR
DER SPIEGEL for instance, reports that
Sir Brian himself warned his staff privately
lhat onlv those would be retained who (1)
could speak German, and (2) were friendly
to the Germans.
The main change. I understand, will be that
Sir Ivone will not regard himself as a con-
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will be suppressed. Numbers of the staff will
he cut. Hence the scramble for stay-safe jobs.
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SPECIAL PLEADING
iMdijs SftetMU
Some Members of St. Michael's
Ve5tr.v. at its lass) Meeting,
attempted u, cunluse Ihe issue of
the second steel shed in gucrns
Park by stating that ihe recent
protests were loo late, and the
erection of the shed almost com-
plete. The letter of the President
of Barbados Arts & Craft
which appeared in faturdajra
"Advocate clearly established
the fact lhat in 1W8. brfor per-
mission was sought by ihe Agri-
cultural Society lo erect a second
steel sh-<:
the Vestry. So much ws
cast, that members of the object-
ing societies were asked to be
of the
Queen's Park Commiv.
Vestry, early in 184B
An attempt was mad.
members of the Vestry to justify
the erection of a second -
mund that It was i i cssf-
sary for the feeding of poor
people. That apparent virtue
The Vestry, with ratepayers
had insisted on the pur-
chase of an unsuitable building
too small for the purpose Imagine
.jit. therefore, when Ihe
Agricultural Society sought per-
mission to erect a second steel'
shed on a site adjoining Queen'?
Park kitchens Small wonder that
.i. :....
ll II pSsrtlaaBl Ifl .isK whether
ihe Agricultui.il Society's Judges
are sitt:ng down to bre.k-
nearly 300 paupers And. if not.
where are the hungi y u-uig fed on
Ihe two days of the Annual Indus-
trial Exhibition while its Judge*
W* consuming (lying-fb.h pie. tur-
kty, chicken. hm. jug)tig. etc., un-
der the steel shed. If alternative
accommodation can be found to
lu.iily 300 poor people for
two days, surely the same accom-
.an be utilised for a
further S63 days. The tender
Vestry are scarcely send-
ing the poor away empty on two
whilst its Mem-
bers participate
afforded by the
Exhibition.
in the diversions
Annual Industrial
'ft hi
igbt and proper tha. pool
should be fed. whatever
heir number, but Queen's Park
houta nut be used as a soup
kltehML Two far sighted VeatT]
men raised their voices in protest
on this [mintMr. Chase and Mr
Miller. They apprml* the
wholesale destruction of Queen'!
Park as a pleasure garden Quite
rightly they consider not only the
community ,' large, but other
Ou-l1! Park who. al-
though not dependants on a soup
kitchen, are persons without gar-
dens of their own and enjoy the
use of the Park The claims of
these persons must also be weighed
against Ihe 300 pooi. Fortunately.
users of. Queens Park h i
which can be exercised against
those who destroy its *u.<
The centre -A Queen's P*rk Is
By A Special
Correspondent
laaSva Csfoi '
n. t the proper place fur steel
sheas Users of the Park require
opts) space as is possible
quite apart from
ny question of loss of grass,
walks, flower-beds and the pleas-
'anl prospect of Ihe Georgian house
occupied by the Agricultural De-
partment If .steel sheds are a
In Queen's Park, then St
Michael's Vestry should take steps
to acquire the Und to the East of
.;.,
This i* the natural boundary ot
the Park. On the higher land, at
the Hall's Road end, steel sheds
could be erected which would in
no way interfere with the amen-
ities of Queen's Park
Agricul-
tural Society has erected the most
hideous form of memorial in
Queen's Park to celebrate its Cen-
tenary The erection of a second
steel shed is not only a d
' has also
lienated many i
and willing to give help to the
Society. The action of the Barba-
dos Arts & Crafts Society in with-
drawing from Us annual task ol
organising and arranging the ex-
hibits in the Arts & Handicrafts
Section, after fruitless protests, is
commendable. Judges at former
exhibitions, who appreciate this
further damage to the amenities of
the Park by the erection of a
second steel shed, will, doubtless,
register their protests in a similar
manner, when invited to serve in
that capacity this year.
It is obvious that the Vcst.y
cannot be allowed to continue its
role as the destroyer of the amen-
ities of the only Park in this
Island Control by higher author-
ity has baconss necessary and
urgent before further damage
occurs. During the last war there
was a saying in current use:
'Everything that goes up must
come down" Public on i
cause a similar fate to befall both
teel sheds in Queens Park.
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( jrr* Chocolate
and Cream Biscuits
Harle> Sugar in Biles.
Barley Sugar Sucks
Cake Mix In Pkges
Ovalllne Rusks
FISH
Kipper's In Tins
Kipper's Cold Storage
M.. k.Ti-1 fold Storage
Mackerel in Salt
Pilchards In Tina
Herrings In Tins
Kraft Fish Supreme In
Tina
Anrhevy Paste
Fash Paste
Flah Cakes
IB AND 11ACON NOW
ANCHOR BITTKR 88c. LB.
When its time to Cool off
Try an lee'-Calri
tmm \ imtsK
JAR ENRICHED
Swui meat
goddardT
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TUESDAY AM 27, lftft)
BARBUKrS ADVOCATE
PAGE FIVE
Commissioner
Interviews
Twelve
FOUR WILL BE CHOSEN
The nm n tramw iimnii
froir. -..iu,ng 3u lo be inter-
viewed b> Ua Commi-
Follce (ilr. a view Oj unking oui
four to jon the local branch ot
Policewomen, turned up at the
Central Station at 10 a.m yester-
day
The majority are well built!
With a reasonably good height:
and some are educated to the I
.School Certificate standard Thev
were first seen by Major W A
Farmer. Deputy Commissioner of]
Police, and Miw Betty Arw. I
Social Welfare Officer
They were afterward* taken be-!
fore the Commissioner of Police.;
to be further inter vie wed altar
which they will irkc thatl
tetu.
SOME FAIRLY UK \VV shower*
were experienced on Sunday
night and up lo six o'clock yes-
terday morning. During this
period one nun tad eight parts
ot rain were recorded in St Joaeph
while St Andrew and St James
got over 80 parts.
The rainfall returns were. City
40 part*. Station Hill District M
arts. St. George 35 parts. St
dip 52 parts, St Thomas 77
parts. Si Peter 75 parts. St. James
0 parts. St. Andrew 92 parts, St
John "2 parts und St. Lucy 48
parts.
NOW THrtT THE tr-ffi.
are placed at Hi
Adult Suffrage Bill
Goes Before Council
Sugar Resolutions He/ore House
THE BILL ii unend the i:< Peopk
Act may coir,, up for in
Council today. Th* Bill ittki 1 party
qualifications (or membership at th,- Gomei
to yrant Adult Suffrage, and u. rad
number of member-, required to form a
House.
inastasia^
Survivors
ire Here
lanes
entrances
more pe-
rt the Victoria Bridgi
dwtrlans are making use of "the
footpath. Those who were pre-
viously inclined to cross the
Bridge by the traffic roadway now
make use of the path.
Pedestrians in Trafalgar Square
and In Broad Street are also get-
ting accustomed to the lanes in
these areas but I lew absent-
minded sUII forset.
IT MAI 0*11*1 ;;t A few months
before the new Plaza Theatre
In Proljn Street Is opened. Al-
ready scats a it being erected n.
the Balcony and electricians arc
wiring the operating room.
The foundation for the ground
floor is being prepared and the
terrace gt the right of the build-
ing is being paved.
Further attraction ha* licen
added to the Probyn Street area
recently Originally there wn
only one sign painted on the wall
of Messrt" Jason JofMg Company's
mola^es compound but two more
signs have recently been added.
One advertise*. Exeter Corn Beef,
the other Burnett* Gin
nrtm foundation
1 building which will house
the offices of Messrs Gardiner
Austin & Company, is being built
This building is to be erected at
the Lower Green, opposite the new
Plantations Limited building.
1AI RIsTON BROOME of Jack
spn reported the loss of $22, i
quantity of receipts and three
B.T.C. race books He stated that
he missed these articles at Q
Park on Sunday night.
ADINA WALCOTT of Belle
Tenantry reported that hi
house was broken and entered be-
tween 700 and 11.00 a.m
Friday and $11.12 removed
TWS LOSS OF A CHAIR vnliu.l
1 $8 was reported by Edna
Armstrong of Flint Hall. St Mich-
ael. She stated that it was removed
from her house between 7.30 and
10.00 p m on Frid
'pWO FOWLS AND A Tt'RKEY
X total value $7 38. are reported
missing by Albert Brathwalte ol
Carrlngton's Village. SI. Michael
He stated that they were stolen
from his fowl house between 2.00
and 5.00 a m. on Sunday
EIGHT TRAFFIC OFFENCES
occurred over the week-end.
but on no occasion was a motorist
discovered speeding.
One motorist was charged with
reckless driving, another for driv-
ing without due care and atten-
tion, one for not stopping after
being involved in an accident and
one for driving without the ap-
propriate licence.
Another person was charged for
not keeping on the left of the
road. There was one charge for
not stopping at a major road, and
two were charged with not havlnc
lights on a bicycle and a cart
AN ACCIDENT occurred on
Western Road, St. James at
about 100 p.m on Sunday between
the motor car L81. owned and
driven by Dr A. C Kirton of
Barrows, St. Lucy and another car.
g- 165. owned by G S Pilgrim of
Bullin Farm, St James and driven
by Hegtnald Payne of Paynes
Bav. St. James
Both cars were damaged Ever-
dlne Browne of Checker Hall, St.
Lucy, who was a passenger In the
car L81. was struck on her right
shoulder.
MOTOR LORRY J154. owned
and driven by Arthur Speed
of Messiah Street. St John, was
Involved in an accident alonu
Bulkeley Road. St. George, at
bout 6 45 a.m. on Sunday
Also involved was the bus
P84. owned by E. Lucas of
Parish Land St Philip and driven
by Morgan Sinclair of Sailers. S*
George Both vehicles were dam-
aged.
TWO CARS WERE INVOLVED
in an accident along Der-
rick* Road. St James at about
4 p.m. on Sunday. One was owned
by Cle%-eland St Hill of Magazine
Lane and driven by Elda Howard
of Brlttons Hill, and the other bl
owned by R. N. Hutson of Hole-
town. SI. James and was being
driven by Marston Rccde. of Hol-
ders Hill. St. James. The f-ont of
St. Hill's car was smashed and a
guard wall damaged
Education
Conference
Opens Today
'"pHE Confcran.....I Educator.
Js Officers of the Lev
Windward Is'ands opens this
morning at Hash
o'clock under the Chairmanship
f Mr .1 L Nieol, Or.
cational Adviser to tl.
tn Dar fOi ivv.-inj.ii,,-ut . \ &;:-
fare in the West Indies
The Conference will 1.,.! fa
about two or three day.- Ii> pur-
pose Is lo discuss til.
problems of the Eastern Carib-
bean with special reference to
e training of teachers.
Attending tin- Oorstaranco srll
be Mr. I| d. Boxill. Education
Officer of St l.ucla, Mr 1> I.
Matheson. Education Officer, St.
Kills. Nevis; Mr, Clifford 1'alm-
Federa) Education Officer of
the Leeward Islands, Mr. Vincent
Hadley. Education Officer or S:
Vincent. Major C. Glindon Reed.
Director of Education, Mr J C
Hammond. Headmaster of Har-
rison CoUega, Major.
Headmaster of Coi
Schoc.l. Mr. A W Robarl P
pal of Erdiston College, Mr. Erie
James. Staff Tutor of the Estb i
Mural Department of tin- t'io-
veisity College and Mr. A Dotts;-
las Smith. Resident Tutor ol tl .
University College
Dr J. W. P. HaialMM, C U Ci
O.B.E.. Medical Adviser lo CD
nd W Mr A de K Framptoti
Agricultural Adviser t C U
W and Mr Philip Hewitt-My-
rlng. Public Relalimis Adviser to
CD. & W. will also attcini ind
address the Confi i i
Amorik ottwr matt
down on BM Order pi
I,- II,. W v '
Board utaingeu-wi, Sttop Assist-
ants,) Order 1850 which seek*
tha eeUuUshiuciil ol ...,,.
Board for shop assistants in
Bridgetown
Anollier Resolution I
thorise the Governiner.i
Into agreements with persons '.o
serve in tin- Barbados General
Hospital in the office* 0
-
I i.ltlSl I'ltV M.
cuillst Ha
I
at out in i)
to the Resolution
In The House
111 the II -l A mblj M
esriieeted that consideration :.
be given to a Resolution lo -im-
prove the Sugar Industry (He-
fial ultaHon, Prlca stainii.atton
and Laboui Welfare) Order 1930
Anollier Resolution ll to .!>-
prove the rale payable to pro-
duoa and the rate payable i" Ha
Fane) MoUuaea Control and Mar-
keting Boani on Fancy
produced during the Of
nnn tO, bxed ii> the Governor*
In-Executive CagunlUaa on Uw
advice of the pBTM '
Control and Marketing I
The BDtKM I <" disens-
aion on the second raadlDSJ i the
Bill to amend the law relating lc
Separation and Malsttananct
Under "Private Members' Bus-
iness" Mr. Miller is expected to
move the pas-Mng of an Address
t right of landlords to eject withic
seven days or a month, occupiers
of lots on which chatf
an araetad
Mr. Mapp may move the pass-
ing of an Address as regards th.'
fixing of a minimum
employees, sufficient to ensure
them a reasonable standard
living.
THE Captain and 30 mrmbc
.
M A'nitta*tu

daor Hotda "
"
....
ba -i b b
' le r .pi.i'r and 12 othei
nig P officers stayed a:
while thu
iut up a. the Y M C A Hostel
W.I. Given Dominion
Status At Bisiey
(Ftfai Ottr London ( rrespondeiil)
1 >\.m\
r'OK nil r'lKST TlMK m hi.;ot> . W,-M' Indian team
will compete in the aflfUoi te.un .\.
Rifle Association bokta iis Jmponal shoot at Bislev bl
July. Bisiey week starts on Jul\ 15th, and the teams from
Barbados. Trinidad. British QuUna and J.im.nca are ex-
pected to arrive m Kn^land within the ne\! loilnn;h!
Tagfsg
The
; ll.il i... i.
"Bad Egg"
Gets A Month
In Jail
"YOU are a bad egg and you
only walk about stealing people*
things." His Worship Mr. B.
Griffith told Aubrey Clark*
27-year-old of Nelson Street
yesterday when i<
to one month's Imprisonment
with hard labour for loitering
near a dwelling house in N;ivy
Gardens. Christ Church with in-
tent to commit j felony
First witness for IttO prosecu-
tion was Clarence I-ovell who
said on June 23 he u.^ p.^sir.n
the house of Mr Stuarl arban bf
saw Clarke lookun: Into .* win-
dow.
Bo gol suspicious and lume back and went and told Mr
st,i;,it what ba bad aaao AAar
his conversation with Mr
Stuart he went back and saw
Clarke looking into the servant';
room He went op U< '
asked him what he wanted
Clarke said that we wanted
nothing
Clarke in hi* defence said b
never Intended doing anything;
wrong and was looking for the
the master of Ihe hou*e to *ee If
he could get a job
Commission
Members Leave
For Martinique
The three members of the
British Section of tin Carl
bean Commission who have been
holding preliminary talks at Has-
tings House before the C'ommii-
aion's Tenth Meeting left fur
Martinique on Sunday. Tim an
the British Co-Chairman. Sir
George Seel, K.C M G Mr. J K
Thompson, from the British Em-
bassy in Washington, god Mt
w. H. Courtanay, i Briti b Hon
duras.
They were accompanied b\ Mi
Bernard Holfe, of the ( U and W
Seireurlat, and Mrs. Walcott, ^l.so
of the Hastingj House staff, whi-
te acting as stenographer to tli
party.
They were seen off at Seawell
by Mr. Philip HcwLti-Myrmg wb
ha* been taking part in the prelim-
inary talks, but did not go
Martinique as originally planned
owing to pressure ot work
Hastings House.
The Commission meeting will
end on Saturday: and Sir Georif
will then travel from Martinique
to the British Virgin Island*.
which he u. vi*iting in his capaci-
ty a* Comptrnller for Development
and Welfare He expects to be
back in Barbados for two days a
fortnight hence; and will then pay
a *hort visit to Dominica
SkeitonPut
On Enquiry
Commission
At 'he request ol the Uniten
Kingdom Government, the Cana-
nmanl baa ">nsentcd to
the temporary, release ol Mr. Alex
Skelton of the Depae'
ii Commerce, m order
that ba may MTVg ;is a membei
K'm.i.m u
Nigeria.
Under the new constitutional
development', taking place in
ba country is to be divid-
IhrtM Kegions and given
quasi-federal constitution. These
; v in turn to lin-
luaatka involving the
Iknancial relations between the
und Central authorities
Commission of Knquii.
i appointed lo iiL,ik<- ;-
NitlOtal to the Governo: in
Council On theae matters and in
particular as to the dl
.etwecn the thne Region?
Oantral Nigerian SarvlcM
The ( ommission mil consist ol.
in I..- : .< >tibcr*, the two others
being Sir Sydney Phillipsoii. form-
erly Financial Secretary 0f|
Nigeria, and now Comnn
*peei:il 'iuty in Nlgei ih. and Mr.
J. U Hicks, a Fellow of Nuffleld
ixford.
The Commission will begin
work In Nigeria this month, and
U d to complete it* En-
the end of September
represeiding all of the

will prohabw remain hawa shot al sUalt| bofora, by)
for a weel nlj in the Junior evei
fact that composite Wl
team has been Invtt*
lna> Sags!
". competitions
i ..
by the N )< a
i '.
hot -it Hi-
fie War for TttB
apootntad CommandaM of thi
Weal in.1,- i
making arrai
!
:iie. are brnv:-
.
r >tart it dl in-
necessary !*> bavg
t --curacy.
loach
lie is alto linking fin | BlM
i ass wind coach foi the team to
uke part in tl.,
(omeone who knows d
A.dl and will *
elect the laaaM f"i lha
only eight mm >m!I hg
(Hikcil tn shool U-i th,. Seiiim
Kolapoie .; Ml Kin-
non. The others will shoot
UM minor leain event.-.
Askod his oplidon of the West
.it Ihsley. Capt
Johnstone said: -We have the
: d If i or boys work as
.-hall U- no tl
c: their aflorti .-. naarlcarnan man
" - .III' i'M'1 lllf
tejims."
I*a.l Succevses
Tha West Indies have an
ceUant record a*. Bislev already,
.both in team and, individual
lh| Junior Kolapore tli
McKinnrtn one* Doth
tttri Qulang and Jamaica hav
in the Junin
a and hava bjMfl sc-ond
v. ill time*
i The most outstanding perft
'ance by a West India* 6
ilahq was m imi wni Drltlan
i Guiana won the Steward Cup
, With the excellent srnre of 191
nut of a possible 200. For th
vent thirty-three teams
the

CAPT. J. A I'NAitll ,*
Skipper ,.f the ajrcea d
\ebla Aaasla-ls"
.in that they saved so
dtEMUltl
i'i r pan want down ail
ship.
When tha Advocate viatti tha

.
tatting hair cuti

foui ttrenuo
.mi nUhu pumping watat I
the ship which i ir*
from numlNTs t.ne anil
tanks and then from cargo rml.i*
00 two and three
'Serenissima'
Sees Drifting
Life Boats
life
THREE
boats were
the posltloi
West by the skipper of the S.S
"Serenissima". No crew was In
either of DM
The Harl' in M
Spam Trinidad, ha i
formed of the matter by request
of the master of the
.in. i iceordlruj la .>
reaching the loi.il Harbour and
Shipping Departrnanl
cablegram receiv d at
this office reports the sighting of
two large tiw trunks in latitude
II 41 North longitude SO 5M West
This infni niatlon was given by
the master of the S S "Regent
Lion" The skipper thinks the
aarooa to navigation.
UM -
77iezi#ristocral. t
ER/
Bicycles
ii spfcK hi. nm 11
lllltl I'I K( II \*l
A IIIIISOX %
Hill SIMM I V-ll |j
HK>l> UtRANOED II
Broad Si, Local Aganls.
"Pointer"
Loads Sugar
a Point.
iding K.OOO
Montreal
c.iihsi.
Father Will
Pay Son 4
CROWN GETS M-
Mr C. L TAY1/3R and Mi.
H A. Vaughgto, Judges ol the
Court of App.
terdav conlirmefl j, decision of
H v. rahlp Mi D O Morris.
and rdered F.rm^t Hill of Fon-
pay Carlton Mill, his
,, Crown I and 1/-
l Morris had lound
Ity of having
broken down wall and pillar
onged to his son. The
wall was valued C* Both father
and son appealed against the
lacsaton
Then- Hntionrs also ordered
I.,I to pay 5 8 api--^l
Mr J. S 11 I*e.ir .ii
Carlton ii:ii
Who OwflM It?
The wail arai broken dowi
smo uwn-
tl the property Hill.
(aid that he bad allowed
THE S S "Alci
at Speightstown Ii
tons of sugar for
Canada
Thu ship arrived at
Bay over the week-end
on to Speightstown on Sunday
afternoon. Loading of the sugar
began early yesterday
Lighters and barges under low
of a launch were going off from
lha liarves of Messr; I'I I
lions Ltd and Messrs R A C,
Challenor
Th.- potnter" is tha Bi it Mi m
| hip lo ' rhlta-pal
ghted drifting in peted and the Surrev A team, the
01.16 best in England, was placed sec-
" and witn 191
In 1938 ll | Viiuirve- of Ja-
maica came sixth in the expert
'.,,%< in th,. Btalav Grand aggro-
fate and first In the middle class.
ind b regarded as the
superlative last <>f good steady
fhootsng The next > si I
Crooki 't Trlraklad snooting In
the M i lasa, won the Corpora
lion ami City of London rvent
with a score of 19 out of g posvlble
50, and went on tt> win the
Times"
Tin- Bbsa* 'CtHle"
When the West Indians csUb-
liafa their i amp at Hisley they
will have to conform to Ihe vary
strict tUalaj "eoda "f
N.i in \ i.iIioii is permit!1 i
'. mil' whicli lay down which
i tie and what aids to ac-
curacy may lie used. F.verv com
lltte toe
inspection and taatlng whasWT*r
required.
l-i.-miently ranKc ofllti-i- tl
'i 11,^1 I' I'M .
- rifle a>
, i ., mlnlmun puu <*"
', to. In the casg od .; match rifts
i i. 4M> and sporting riBa 2|lb
Km hs4-harKlng his rifle acW
ck-ntally. "i having
oxofpt amen on lha .Arini poll L
man may b-- '
rest of die mi i
tor what i dascribed as "dis-
oodssBt, a'Ml for
breaches i>f the Bir-lcy rules the
dttee of die N It A have
., lA, i, .... um hi *ay inaaung
Hia i mrnittsa '"" ""' mcM
inlesa rasa t referred ti> thern
,., ( reasons V'1;
n.........ill with by the chief
OfAo i An indication of Uw high
landard of conduct al BWaj
i ommlttoo ti onlv met
h.df a dotei 'oi Lmg lz"
rnrri-ii ihh\na
> II A -" <
I
Ur S J nrWOT M'
aw
Golf Club
Presented
W ills Udder
gtd Counin
iiub was prasaaluJ with a Chal-
sa i | kturdsq b) i
and th.<
I "TLise*. ti.1
lib pssatti i
hnHigh the Bl
months
With a blind '.I i
' uon in th.....ursa ol lima tha
playan artll reach ttaeti own Mr*
els. but in diHiig so a fair fund
should be raided towai.i
im tn In ii ulad. Caraciu
or Brittah Guiana aarnwttma Daatl
year A player may chaDanga
immadiatat> above bun
and the challenge must be ao-l
upteii w-nhin two weeks, but if
Ihe challenger falls lo displace I
ins opnoaani he must, pay a fine I
of one dallat toward tha travel-1
iinK rood n ihe rtLaUengwdl
player lows hu place h<- tarfall
IWO i.illings, which abto will go
Into the fund.
In this and various othsa n etii-
oda under consideration by the
Golf Commute.' it is hoped tn
accumulate a fund thai wlU su-
able the Hoeklev Qolf and I'min-
i I ih to accept at least one of
tl a rarioua tovli i ,
to compete with i i
cr places each fear Another m-
eanttva tor shoving to climb as
high as possible on the ladder la
the fact that such n learn un-
dmibvadly v.ni be -.'.. <..i (um
the top pa
ihe names of all plnvers who
have qualihcd for handicap this
year ur** been drawn already
and nee Qualifiers or member
Will I-- ild
then- are SB In the ilcld
arlth Mat, he, win be
.in ided on scratch over ib bob"
medal play.
ravi rassistad in
the following alignment
W II 'I " T Wil-
Timpson, M V Kin.:
O. I C\ ii' Mi J m i W O'Neal
Kenneth It Munte. CeofTre
Manning. 11 K Itolfe. Frank Mor-
gan. I. J Maskell. Colin Bayley.
David Lo. i.-Snutii. Edward J.
ivtric. j it Rote i.i v.
J lieiiis Idenagan. David
,\, hards Vldmei N BWr-
ley Atweii. km s Mann n I
A l> Mi
Eric Alkinaon. John Met) Grace,
Dam Kin.' .i Ronnie Innii ' P o'Main ru
, Cyoll Bssaales .i C iiotchklss. W
i h Qrannum, Joan !'
Clairmonte. I' 11 Mcflermott. H
P GoodJng. C T Raj I J Mlb-
Erti A Way.
:
Jt ST lit It ft # /*-
\ rKlNll SHIPMENT OF
.PURINA I'OLLTin CHOWS
Hal Your Supply irem
I ii JASON
JONtS *
DUUibuUtrs
CO LTD
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DIVORCE sun
ADJOUR^ED
Obstruction: 2
QBOftOl MOHRIS of Loara,
St Michael, was yesterday
Rned 12 by Mr G L Taylor
and Mr II A Vaughan. J-idges
BAND LEADER CLEVIE GIT- j of the Assistant Court of Appeal
TI'NS of Beckles Road was He was found guilty '.
Injured in an arcident with a car j driven the motor van M-M from
owned bv Fit* Haddock of West- | Coleridge Street to Lucas Street
bury R *d and driven oy inothet when he could not do so wi
man. along Beckles Road at 4 45 obstructing other trafrir
am. en Si-nday
at llolb'un. the dbputed
property, as a tenant at will
He had never sold the place. In
1944 he gave his *on money to
repay one Carter M,
ashed whether he could take the
receipt In his own name and he
hud i"ld him that so long that
Carter w-as paid it did not mat-
ter in whose name the receipt
was written
Hill, son, said that he had paid
and had taken
arty He broughl
frank GHbOOM
Lend Sim I
Gibbons told the court th-tt the
wall was on Carlton Hill's land

her knock down
the wall with a pick axe and
HEARING of the contested
divorce suit between M. IJ
Griffith (Petitioner) and P E
St. A Griffith (Respondent!
BSSBUpsBd lha attention of His
Honour the Chief Judge. Sir
Allan Collymore. In Um
for Divorce and ajtalrimoninl
Causes all day yesterday Th-
r'tition is for dissolution of rr>
riage.
Further bearing w.v
evening adjourned until Mi jn
am. to-morrow.
I-egal appearances .,. Hi
E K Wascott, K C 'nslrurte
' Mi i .,111. latfi
for the pctilinncr. and Mr C II
Ai in sWTUObsd by Mew
lather.' Hutchmson A Banfleld. [or thi
I resnundent
I H 1
I
I-, i am
rapi C
..... *
toblr"
1KIVID4II

Mr r. Cro.
...a lAnnoiiM
inuMi-
,i oar..
m*i j araao*,
| D
ii i:
um
>i ii t
M
I
lasUsva
r Waaidi |
i im -" m.io. r
M
tie was tsken to the General
Hotpital where he was treated for
Injuries and sent home
CsTUL BROWN OF CHAR-
NOCK8. Chr.'*. Church, re-
ported that fvr pine joists were
stolen from the cellar i
Cal lender of the same address
during Sunday night.
The
fence was committed on Dccepi-
ber 5, last year In imposing the

decision of His Worship Mr H
A Tiiliiii, who had dismissed the
case on Its merits
As a result of the oft
van and the car S-125 were in-
volved in an accident Monis
appealed Honours
decision
What's on Today
Mi. his ot House of \-s.m
Ml -l 1? noon.
Mretlnc f I fhUUvf (sn-
rll at *00 p.m
Mobile rin.ro. al "Home"
AniculUiral Station, fit.
Philip, at 7.30 pm.
sfstapga** Many**!
in fln> f tt'tntfst
##*#/#* $
FI.OOR IVFFCTIOV
AsssMS demand .
llns in-n. inure eflcct
IJLOORS teem
n.a. Seeds 5,000
HagH Of ftles
oVKi: i."
. hum d ll
, end Ibitb tin
B, u RTo snd n
Philip ii Dsttridsoa i.inlight '2.U00
bags each whll- U> '
rought 1,100 itags.
Vt M'ls have BlSO b.....Hht
,i total Ol J.42^ bags of In
'.'' i tuns of 111 i--...... I'i
Other i srgo was o
.
bi Uw Philip Dei di i si d 401
I greenhsaji bi the Mw
MeN. U'.W.
ASSAULT 201-
\fA<.INTKATK C. 1
: KJ
on Percy June- of llilikson I
when b lUllty Ol
Itudolp'i
Hi 22
Anotrw i oe al M tot u
leulting Pink
May 24. was also'
ot bMbarl Hi- ol Bai
Hall, when he appeal*.I befOf
inngistrnte -; B. GrllTllh
" GOD'S WAY OF j
SALVATION i
MAOE PLAIN "
i. i Bool tron s Roberta,
30, Central Avenue. Uengor.
N IrelQnd
a^^
SPECIAL LINES
MOSS CREPE
at $3 >rd-
In Pink. Gray. BUcull. CrtM.
Sh*ba. Emerald Tern and
Black
STRIPED ART
SILK SHEER
at $2-32 yd.
Royal.
In Cardinal.
Orchid. Greei
and Lemon
PRINTED ART
SILK CREPE
at $1.94 yd.
Large Colourful Floral Designs
on While Grounds.
C. I IIAIIIIISON & (0., iB-Dos) LTD.
Dry WE ALL CANT
BLOW SMOKE
RINGS
BUT WE
CAN
BUY
"DOBIES"
FOUR SQUARE BRAND
AND ENJOY
"A GOOD SMOKE."

vilh germs
jgh you ni-i |
where there is a baby.
Makfl MoeasM sress hesplUI-eleen wllh JMl'IM
more germ- I I
faster Y< t if' I *fe as soap to -
Always add JEVFINE to your cleaning water Enid
agrance your bath it helps tn soften oral
JEYPINE
FRAflRANOE
HYt.IF.NE
On gale j! KNK.IITS DRUG SiORF.S
KADIAC" Evoninn Dress BhirU with plain stiff
boaom and Marcelln stiff bosoms. Sizes H'/a to 17
tna. Each
I.NOEAVOfJR" pol -.hlrl-.
-I.-ii| -l-i \> s in itsBslai <<
white blur *nd ere^in.
olie. II'. t.> HI bM
I .-Ii tt.Sl
JC 73
Mt.'IKorOl.f trubmlird
collar .ti i. h> .1 self <*lour
-inn. Ill shMsa o* blue.
ind SSVXSSB. ''i/.s II1. to
I?' i pjg Each. .is.ia
KHAKI A \V Mill |
Irnith turn over Un lle.
asai H n. im.
Pslr 11.ZI
i:\VON St SHARKSKIN
IWtBl'PsBj trunk- Itasa
medium. Isrse, f->m only
SS.SI
TOOTAL TIEH for boys A
fine telrrtlon of design* I"
. In...-,- from. Fsi-h Sir.
-1 \ I8LAHD OOTfOH BBA isi.wn < orroN
OIlHlsr slhleUr ve*l. ru. Cellular alhleAlr Irusihs.
Gave Siepherd & Co., Ltd.
10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street


PACK BIX
FIXRIIUMi-. 1I1VOI Wl
11 I ^l>AY. JINE 2T. m
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
v ah ...
?,Tmj* *Tisa*M>\v3T-eB plans
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s* ("LASES1
'a>6 r~> 5
SASX P.
CJTS,HUM
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*S
iriE LONE RANGER
FRANK STRIKFR
FOR MORE AND BETTER
BREAD
'HARVEST
QUEEN
FLOUR
is back again
tt
7'GETTINGUP
(fcttuuf tfou "Date* ?
h bt-km b. ** "
lut.L'M 'I Mbb
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bttebUia* Whra
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n^mJ ,!-- f Da*Tl K"fe* POk.
IWdi Utlp ih* luW 1*1 nd * pMMM
mn) Mini i. id* to rwr ..< "Thaw
j*uiiiiin'diiippiii >u(M*i*
r.itlul *ib.o*-o *Wr> and * *-
MaMR***** -w4rU, Gat*-
|rnuf IW4T* K-htT Nli lada*. (Mr
1 <- In tor** W41U .1 drug *H*M HI
LOOK YOUR
BEST
ALSO
//
GOLDEN CRUST
"E" GRADE FLOUR
Supplied throughout the war by
LAKE of the WOODS
- MILLING Co., Ltd.
use
i/dseline
HAIR
TONIC
CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTUM"
Cleanse the system from blood
impurities ; many sufferers from
rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago,
neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and
minor skin ailments, can derive great
benefit from this well-known medlei ne.
m LIQUID ' TABLET F O *
Backache Gone
Neighbour told
" TAKE DOAN'S
TT IS SURPRISINO
* bow quicUr baetache,
lumbago, rheumatic paraa.
lrt. a. In rtff mu*daa or roiOtl
-'id common unnarr dia-
11 rden due to aluggiih bdney
i .lion can often bcuvexome.
Strong, advc kidneys
Mfeguard tout health by attaining
.-sctn uric acid and harmful
MM * of (ha tyitem. When
: idney action la inadequate aod
iizpsrA.1**'->****-*' .
0 n'. B. Jch. Kidn^PiDi MM hascr BB*] ht
Hclpinj to cIook ibc Hd, fy urf to '
health they han
IWU lb
......>''~ **" uruuuy annaepoc. Many *f- ,-
.-raterul men and women harrj tntifiad to fh* **Ma1
regained by taUnf Doan'a Km*
All. yw Da-rJar far
DffiSBIS
B8G]
HEALTH BENEFITS tH>
CONTAINS VITAMIN A & D
IN A DELICIOUS FORM
INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS
ENSURES STRONG LIMBS
AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN
Haliborange
The niceM ivay of taking
HALIBUT LIVER OIL
by .LIEU 1 HINIURVS LID.. LONDON

HO M.1,-1
tamima *prd. ini-.u.? ...l,,-
I bri&lna and it, j:i r.
* Ike mad at all ipcvdi
WITH NEW MifMII
ni/.i JK ir THE
FINEST MIDGET EVER
THE WEW____
truck .5J22.
-
* MORE POWER + MORE M.P.G.
f Greater Smoothness + LONGER LIFE
COURTESY GARAGE
ROBERT THOM LTD.
DIAL 4616 WHITE PARK
k>o-tn>*wlMel.-.ih oaismei-
.
l*t>la*daTkiiboe< a _. _> ^t
"I *V*1
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FORT ROYAL GARACiE LTD.
Phone 2385 Solo Distributor! Phone 4504
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IIVKIIAIMIS ADVIK ATI
r ir.r seven
CLASSIFIED ADS. p,mir ***** UKer rmfi
fw bob. i
Mr lair '**td*>
I III . >OII i s

I
urn SALE

l*" on* >'i isiwiilI
K ATI-
It. Vincent
svMmr CARinorx
bland
AUCTION
JNDER ^HL IVCHY HAMMER

tmt, >i 1 m ai N'

to
"lie-. -11 ih,t t.n l>* da.lt
M
lu.
AUTOMOTIVE
CAR P1 Tyr*a t 0 H nim Bam planu.
t.an. 'r ..-ii
ELECTRICAL
ILICTBIC C.FNr
n 111 KVA CI m:
farlro: oprr..l*d. %*t 00 -
Osi*l* Dial *B:
asa-bathlng,
Ine. and ban KATES It It
per day Par lunhai aXaiit '
UUujl. a BOOKS
Saint Vincaol
ITSM It,
i :
...nu Mi Chafta.
.-.,. i.. a adl and

I .Wo -qoarr !.* *J
L M *ATT* UfBce. MflBOS Bl
o-eterh on Friday icili of Jutw
LOiT
I -absrtaa
UaitMiM a. pv.
affWF
in f torn |
Pindar pi* (
Ta>li C n Ui>
II OM
li*f lailii
Ti...
IX- lha' 1
any drb or d*t. cftr.i
Hf Bna Aull* Valei in
ALB. iba hating irit
protection .
NOTICE
to notify 'he I*n*e' ptib-
i
.
FURNITURE
i
100 riant "iJ s*u i

H'kmtiw: BAU

.... <
LIVESTOCK
MECHANICAL
TCY" .
Saacni lo-
uahac.e-r>i#i *
-nd Harrulaa
OH'BTWY
n *t> -: i
n'PKUi
COM oh urn. Tor qukJ
I'.. I.
-T 0 W t,
MISCELLANEOUt
-iiaj
NtXDLfc-S for your r**ard player
ill hind* includln* Bub* and Sapphic*
pnt n*fdlM lo Nay "'
I-ioumnd racordlfidW.
HT.W MATTERS Dinah astor*.
Sinairs. Bins and all lha rtat.
And Bat, but quack.
RETREAD lyraa al p*cul -**
pticm w .< an. a
NBOO, M in *. **?*
MUS 1Mb Enquire Auto Tvre Com-
pan). TlafalSar BlreH. Pnoii* WO*
awon* I 3 H.P. 110 V
BTOVBOn* lU Trlpl* Burner Oaa
Ran*;.- Applr Cllllon Tmrt UBP*'
Ray street T'-L-pnon* a*** _.
UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER
-'IS
M
(mm th#
[iirti.tr >mp uliml lha NlM
. .... bucket.. II li

pp* 4 tuuNpaita. 2S
rtvJeoiMM] Nuiirr


on Mou.i.y Mm J(> Thaw pr
wnoa* Lc h-v -mi b*i
ar- a.hed to call in for ih.,i, i.
Saturday a-1- J..U I! H
Oplhaltniii. JT 1 *H
riBMN i \-it
OFFICIAL
lARHADUN
NOTICE
LINDSAY ERCIL ItVKIH'll* (.11 I.
LCXI.AND LEOPOLD WILTS)
MndML
........

r in tin.
------- ... h,. nd
If*. 1 ,v, MtkH to all
ia any eatalr. i.ht o* Inlrt.
1. i ..ii.
main uin. ur pant] i.l
Hill i I...
i i.i ^alllt MKnMl U
mina by
I that i
nundf*d -nd ilm

i on Lii,i- noai
I .I,,,
ii. I
,...i
if John D
Hirt- mi iinm now or lU> <>l \
on .ithct land, now or lair ..f jj,,,.
,. .
lioviiiimant Hill o* tawnnti *an th<>
aainr may abut and buund loatthrr mil,
all and ainiular lha buildtna* and *rc_
BM .aid oa,ci 0f land *r*t-d
and ttuili atanoituf and l*i" with in..
PWiirifnanc^ tlia ,*id paicvl of Und
brma thr property or tKr dpfrndant \
brtna batorv m* an account if ibnr
naanllMcl by mr on any 1 ,
rr-dav l*t-*n ihc houm of il iklm
id j o clock in the aQrnxHui, a< (he
OffWr of Ihr C!n> oi Ih* (HlUM CoMM
ol Appeal ai Ihr Court II ,
town, bcfoi* In* >nd day < '
in order that turh claims i
acrordind to thr naj|
( A.ia.i-
IB-I
..t '
lilt be p.r,
aid Decir*. and b* MBIvm
I Mam.1 lhe_.-a proi
l.imant, ar* alao'n'otiird '
it attend the aald Court on Wednr>
the Ind da> of Auaml HI, at |
oe* a.m when Ihatr <*M .1
tor ni liand Ihu Uhd day i
I V
<.ll Khs
Foil RKMT
HOUSCb
fBIBTAI. irRINdS Am... Si
.ailable nn Monthly _**
furnlihed
PLAT- Pulls fuiTil.li<-i
ntniiui walk from Cob.
uiual office* PTotn July lat
January lit ll Applj W **
Dowdlnf. Dial 1M
"VILLA INA lla.tln*>. 1-1 Aui
brdrnoma. 1 drra-inai ri'. *
Vfar. eleetrw. Apply Nttima (Mod)
llal DM Diei>l-'. >
W AMI II
i moi m nctt n.niriiN an
u:aland l.Eoi'f>ij> uiitmiir.
Not*n i. ha* i
i Order vl Ihc AMtatol
it*d the BM .ii. ..( Hay, i*vo ihcr<
ill b* hi up lor uki
I al the Oftltr .,1 .
' OUII Of Appr*l al Uie Cour
..i.-e. Dridi

i r'riday the 4th it..
All that certain pi. ..
H



I Jamea
i

land, now , ;.
land* now or late ..I Jol-i D Id.
landa now or late of Vi i-
other lan-l I
ind nn the public I...... <
inaril 1MI or how>ur>cr >kw ih.
abut .ti II.- bulldlnai and ara.ll.m
d para| ..i laaal
i
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
... i
. June alh
ILiihaie.-

H m all in
. .,
Ljrdr.. V...

Ai I ! ".e prooarty
: hi>U.e 10 ft to li x 0 ft
md SO ft > ii ft xiii with ndrooi
in lien It k 0 II Encloaad
i i .hi*.
VINCENT Cli::>
;:. a v la
1-ublW Com
. Ati.et oi

IHEti i. on K.Sli
.11 in. i
'-4 Kallcry, dnrlii|. din-
room, Kllrhcnalt* a Kitchen

made UM n.y Eatal.
bulldln,
mnihar MnnW* with an c-ilmnc
Ife-rn Ihu-now road Por in.paetMi
tTefbAV li *i
REAL ESTATE
MBTIMXJOIAM IIS
Mi chart, a
i..i.dlr on 1 acre 3 r
Tna .UHiii.chaua* com
'eilionit* 1 wit* runnlnj

lhot.an i::.. i

.' d
OFFICIAL SALE & fci^fft Sflfl
lTSS
11.1.-III...I
I rtOaTOtOWl
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bind


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SMUb RECITAL
Mlo. ORACITA IUIKVI-K
Aicompain*.! li>
W P CHAMBER*. U>\
Vt*ri'!ada> Jum* flth 1UU
I p.m.
JAUBa kTRIKT UITIIoniBT
'Hi h ii
W.niMl.n _
>>. b> frair.itimr r
Povablc ai iho Door
Programmes ran be obtain*
from
iM'H It.i.i, -Ad
mm ^ LTD
Haa BM Be-i Biun
. aaBfJaataq>.WBBll|lBlBI II BH III! >,
IT PAYS TO ADVFRTISF
sstfs.'S.'.'S.:'.:*.'.:',;;;',::
FOR SALE
at
Constant Plantation
I'miapla ami Purlin rc-
toi> Roofa covsrord wltlt
inriUKataJ galvaiilBaxl Iron
28 fi .pan by 125 |i long
appro*.
Apply
U M ;.IMPS0N & CO
W/,-,W-'^4ry,
MM
I I HAND1 I H i.i.i-

I H> i.lp.
Him.Iln tin I'HOTlH.U \IMIV V. ii Sli.itihl Have :
:
.
I
lOKfl
BOB1 Kis a CO, Dtel 3M|

>.'.'.-.-.:...-.:;'*
FOODS
\l
i in
woni urn si
WORKS "i
VC MOB
I t|l Mil m-VH BHOOM-* I and i Mn
lOnNSONfl -IMMMK* .. II..ISI).. \R*.
"
i V KHSOI.IOUCriTDIIIIIDOS
i property of Ih* di'fandatii i
nan antd the 'aid property will be et
or aaM on av*r> -miiedma Friday
aunt ha .r> umil the U'm
- ..in r.l le Ihan <1M
Dated thi* Bind day of May. IBM.
1 C PTB ..I UN A
I V
otlx
IMPNTANT NOTICE
Tlie HMply al N-iui-i Gaa
la lir-ini ctmiiiiu.it paod-
ini .. ;..',i"li.:i..
Ih" Itarbadus Gas Co.,
LTD.
HELP
I.-
Bad r*tu
i ai u Salary <
pa tt Co* '
Air
MfMOfcM
FN.IIK .ii
.i.,:, BM
Any further parllciUr.
lib. Crrliflcale. lo li.
V,' II E Jobroon.
later than Monday 3rd
I :-.
P M O
Sinned
A A B GILL.
leih. Poor Law Ouai
U t .i
WANTED by Ihe Barbadoa PublWU*
rortunltlaa. Lady Anud-Dt to take rnara*
reai., Heowr*l Alri-.rt
A k.iowledfr of typewrltl. I* "
iial. Spanlah daalrable At......OUan in
The CTMirman. .*tarbf<*f'
I-ub:iciT>- lommitto*. Co Th* Herrrlar)-.
Inlotm-tion But* l PI* Hi 0.
..ROINI> BLACK PII'ITK
Ma or
M.ilr, ( uurd PimdiT
Jelly
.. rlavourlnr rinr-nrr,
*IU.m\ Hliiir Kollril OaU
l>-ll> Poudrrrd Wliol,- Milk
etui* a Sanborn Coflfi
ll-lo Tina)
Oulnn'a CorkUll (Saltwl)
Pfiinuu
Kraft r'rrii.,..,! MlLsljr.l
it...-., uilh Miirarom
j INCE A Co.. Ltd. I
I Rat >r,t, toniicK ir, ;j
i SUPER
| SALE
STARTING
;.
| ntinAY :wih
JUNE
I
I
BARGAINS
GALORE
TOM HOME PERM &2
ComplBln SoU and RofilU.
Give yoursell thai natural look will.
TONI uMid by 2S million Amnuan
Women.
Selocl yours now trom - -
THE COSMOPOLITAN
U> PtatMBM 20t. 44 U
BKITlSil GUIANA AIRWAYS
Wll.hll MJSVMKS
ST. VINCENT
AND
DOMINICA
FOR FULL INFORMATION CONTACT
AGENTS
BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
low.. Load Si. D dgti... P'.o. *55
NOTICE
" At A MO\ "
HAIIRIS itlOTO STUPtO
will t* closfd durlntt thr- j
in i tb of July.
C. D HAKKIS.
1
10 50 |
HMOMMI Mi
To INSPXl ]
VIM
0UI iiM ENT SHIPMBffT
OF
mints
It Mil* ittti it,'l/ /y
riifr: riMHAi Mroiui .11
PASSAGES TO IRELAND
Anliilw* Product-Ltd.. It"-.....i. 1.ii,
Dublin pat MV "PUALA", 04X1 Balling frorll II.>
aoih Junr. ami ihienfier iboul evarf tl...
sihkI^ fare. 70. usual roduttlon foi
Apply direct
SHIPPIKG NOTICES
AWAIT
ALL
YOU IN
DIPTS.
|: ALL FREE GIFTS
? & CASH BONUS.
UENF.KAL SEBVAM
Appiv to Mn Vv.ii,
-.,, Yacni CluB T> 0
mSCELLANFOU?
DKl'AKT.MKNT Of YAH iATlON
Tenders for the Supply ol Kr.Oi Cow"! Milk tu Ihe
Puhlic Klitm-iil.ir\ Si-ImhiIb
TENDERS are invited Bar the uppl> of frch coW^ milk to IhP
Public Elemcntiiry Sdiools Ihnughoul llilU 'he follow-
ing whool terms:
2. llth September lo
3. 8th January to Ml
Particulars o' Uw conditions und raqutri BBti ol .upiivtiig the
milk are embodied in lha cpnti tci (CtB^M ol -tub me ivatwble
fu, relcrenco nt Ihi- Oelonlau ifflei i
Pi-rsins irndetint RiUfl D4 tiinlsl) two surellei for
thr due perfrirmanrcs of the contract.
The lenders marked "Trno. i'l> 'if fieah HW'l milk"
Public Klement.ii> Srhooi mu I rear* the Colonial Secretarj ^
Offce not later than 12 o'CaQaft ilnd July. 1M0
The ftovernment does not hind itself to acrupt Ihe lowest or any
lender.
20th June. 1950.
27 6 50-2i.
raps *"'
ii and hi< bi


c,
^'m. Henry Si. &
42. 53 Swan Sta
SAVE
*P *P oyP
THAWS
BARBADOS CLECTR
CORPORATION
C SUPPLY
LTD.
XOTHI
ROYAL NF.THERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
-WI.INC; H(ll\l AMSTrKl>A*f,
HOT-IKIIDAM AND ANTWF.Hr
1 -MPRsli U July 7 Hlh.
a IIBL-UIIA' AurPaal 0 llh
I'RpM AMSTERDAM
AND nuVPJI
1. I'UTTlrA". June Bird
a BONAnuP*, .i ,i
BIAIafJKA l1.YMl.t-ni
AND \M-.i iui.vm
ANJBHTAD' June nth
AJUfSTAIV July UII.
ISO T.I Tr.lNlliAII
JIIIMI IV>.M,I All v I I,
BONADta Ju.rf> i|,(
IBIJCNA-- June Wlh
KHUIN. Ki(h a, CO ITI)

r-
I
SAll.lH
,| WAMAMAKII
II,,- M V
rcopl Cars
D r-il ,
ZV *
i aiiiikiki;
I and Pa*wn-
n%||ua. Mo.
tttt. 1..IIUI
11 W I S..10...
AboilallM
"viiciNri,
*k Ihe Manufj.lunir. have .le. Ulefl that repairs to on* uf
uur rnsHir-. Jt..... lattftr Bf d. I.vrd. thr Compan* haa in
JorwSne. l..d to ,.ui tW. <.....fttol sn imo K .) out f
..i-n.ni.....n and BWltil U Uto r.-.l.i- iwn .rf sUridht I!Unt now
av.llabl* js resall. ma* find II neressaO 1" * ld
Intervals durlln the next lew in.nth
nlmu'l rionuin* In Ir
Ihe Prak period lietwe
..-t"l l....."pern
. I te,lrlrlly
i i; U and LSI B m
BARBADOS
^'JV)INTMENTS
til \l .! M. flnsi'lTAI.
r*OH QUALaTnED Vl'
Sore Mouth
Loose Bloody Teeih
1 inviteil [fata iluly qUBUB
as Staff Nurses on the permanent staff of
ilk mean that you hi
hh M-'Dlh or i>rrhai -i
I will aooner or Ut-r ca
lleuiaMmayala-'.M
! Heart Tr* I
Amosan
Pe* PyorraraTrvairh SffBHfb
APPLICATIONS an
appointment:
ihe Hospital.
u, the appointment* Is 1480 ii-:i>. by xnnual
: ' ni !4H lo 1720 |mt ,. .|L..,i* i I.iving-
Out-Allowance of 14 'N i- ttBtaOS All-..'..-.:.- 'if 60c. a
:. off duty or .;
iilao proi
Application from Nurse: who are marrl'-d will Ih
for temporary appoint' |
Selected candidates will N- reoujred to pass a medical examina-
tion and will be apiu :
years.
the Secretary's Office.


47
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rut
i:\l.ic.\liiiv I'lilhl
prevent
A \AIUTY CONCEIT
on Die i'aradi- Hujuare at UM
1 i utral Police Ntallon
<>B THI'RHPAV. TII
JUNE, at 111 p m
In aid of the Bay Site I
C'luo (run by Ihe Police for
'lie less fortunate boyi
Bridgetown |
iTinfiiniiir Include
\lj,l.al -C.M deplrtln*
i.ie i i.-.ii: Anniveraar> ..f
il>* bailie of Waterloo
His Plan open* al Johnwin 5
Bialiunery Thursday *1
luili May
HI(t*
Reserved Heal* II SO: *l 00. Sj
I BtBaatVfjJ Seato: 4Hc; *|i S
FOR RAINY
USE OUR
HEAVY BUY
I WATERPROOF
BOOTS
v I.- i-xtrrlaln*, Ihe
i.......in ii dtirlna
ri. uiilll furlher nollre.
V KM ITH.
General Manager.
DAYS
fcV
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PAftE ii .in
Colony Team Stop
Tourists' Winning Stn>ah
MnffWW Go Down I-it
. SITfNQ Mnjvern Football Team niffl
\ w\ en thaj ware beaten by an Lalana
-winner McCollm scored to
i hi if of the game ["he game WM ..
lie olTensiw fer tbi
i pan
r. Island i.-.k llu- kick-off lo-
. I 1 ***! ll'* I'-'Wlion goal .tiirt MOB
M i c 1 111 ;____\\ I 'he ball playing within their
ipitiuvi ,i# pponciitr acs-l mm Th.
lakatl when AKevni- .it rentre-
aoiiiwarde, the ball
ml '
hniimlinit >n iu tin- Held McCol- .
lin nmd a ij.ix.-k eul in xnd tried
' luil tho bull wi-nl OUt-

B \i;v. fcDOS \i>vim \ (I

England- \\ .1.
Second Teal
from tun. l
-
pi rtad gill uf g


' however, zc
far Udi Bdrlcfa reached forward
ioi ant from Ratnadhl
H
was brau-u Walton |,roke the
wickrt before ii<- raid put
back into the crease.
Ling ugurvft
tor Ih.- |W0 -oH.ru i- a. r, VjI-
Mlno 31 Itnmadhln
I \ i.'s III
Up ilii-ii
i a i oomlaries off
i.
ittiM ton-
Iheu grand bowling anJ

I
Braag Ohi
To return to weird happen-
Ugi whan it u ....mm clean
Evans, the Kent man also
oUH -,k u\r break Jei I
lely off the
mark wHl
- .
' i Um ovtr ended
: ncxl OVM
tMn.oi could have been
run out by yards lnit Ramadhln
appeared confused as to the loca-
tion of uV wicb *
llnd his bear ma*, he Stumbled and
' flips but missed
! i .ij.; ..
from Ramadhln shortly after and
eared to have been drop-
ffalcotl th hit *oorc at 3
At 11:. iSJivb ,'anu
dark into the picture by bowling
i ind captain
tubbornlv .ind hail
not often been beaten bj Um U
Wardle came In ud i
ings fro,,, one of srhteh
\ alentlne entered 'n un: u< t-rse-
ful plea for l.b.w, bu< n rai
Jenkins turn to go He was
auKht nl the wicket off Valentine
Wardle Ml a boundary In the last
i re tea which
a ' ;it the interval to 117.
Stinger
II Wat not long after that
Lucas receiving a puss
from centre-forward Wilkes, sent
m a "stinger" but goal-Keeper
Mills saved well. The island was
now preiMiiK for all they were
vatta to score the opener and
once again "Brickie" tried, this
time at close range but the ball
went .m.Ic of the goal. The island's
forward line with Wilkes In the
pivotal position was combining
areO .nd ;i consistent attack was
k.'pt up on the Malvern goal.
(...alkeeper Mills positioned him-
self well at all time*, however.
read what at
at mad certain goals
1 ,: Ihe end of the Interval
Malvern made a few sweeps to-
A.irds Ihe islands goal and got the
defence to concede a fe-
II BSD \\ MSI 27. IflSO
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P m Th.
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Much Btndins In Thf M(*n. la.ti
irr? '," k [ton
. ,... .
ll".....," I lectttM ".,11 olfthf heads of v..
Malvern forward-

After Tea
Valentine bowled the first over
' Usd Bedser took a single
svtalch imi lum agBUut Ramadhln.
led aa the fielder ratriavad
tlic ball and ni-xl I
i H
to make a fight of it and he hi.
rtvc good fours. This forced God-
(ones nnd Worrell
a ith the new bail The end rl
sli:ht and Jones with his seconu
Berrji caught iy Goddard
England were 175 behind but
Goddard did not enforce the foil
on. it
W.I. Bat Again
Waal ]'..< began their second
live minute* from
stump drawing lima and stoii-
meycr was c|im-kh into doubl*
Luck a/l frith the West
' 'on itae was dropped al
15 Eighteen runs were posted
in the first half hour I
bowling d ii .
: roved blmhtly and forty-
two appeared after an hour For
the closing oven Bedaar returned
1 Rack bul in'iiher bataman
aforried and inaj played out
twee 45 runs on the board
leaving the Waal indies with all
ntact 220 ahead
l<.-ll .Ipd. Kvo I. J.i.kn.
i P.vniKi b Jrnklni
Kail ai Makeb i Im -a i i
lot ra. 4 i..t mi. ^ i,.< m i
(. an
BOWIJKO AMALTSB
O. M
0 14
IS 4
352 S I
Held Firm
They ware well kicked especial-
ly by Manners on the right wing
hut the defence held firm and
cleared well each lime. Goal-
keeper Smith too, always on the
alert, anticipated well and saved
easily the few well timed shots
that were sent in The half-time
interval arrived without any goal
ivlng been scored.
Ot\ resumption the island was
in on the offensive and soon
M CoUln beating full back Em-
rnansMl on the Mght wing, centred
accurately, but Lucas getting pos-
session of the ball failed to con-
\<-n at close range It was soon
after this that the island scored,
McCOiUn driving the ball into the
DOl when Mills wks tcinperaiih
put of action the result of a col-
halnn U-tween himself and Wilkes
M the goal when Wilkes tried tn
gal to the ball as Mills was at-
'inptlng to save a goal
Malvern tried hard to agon Use
i)unhw>r and it was during an
attempt in overcome a stubborn
back line where Heece was giving
a very sound display, that Garcia
at inslde-lefl g.,t hurt and had to
retire for a few minutes.
Tiring Struggle
As the game mured the end it
slowed down considerably, the
players obviously showing signs
of tiredness. No effort was spared.
however, either by the island team
to increase their lead or bv Mal-
vern to draw level. The contest
was carried on keenly and stub-
born.y to the end but the blast of
the whistle left the Island the vlc-
lon by one goal to nil.
Mr. O S Ooppln was the
referee.
The taanu vrtM
Island XI Smith. Bowrn, Pro-
verbs, G Hens. Recce, Alleync,
HCCoUln, Drayton, Wiike*. Lucas, I
Sole West Indian At
Wimbledon Beaten
lly I iu I in n Davis Cup Player
(From Our Oun ( irri-i|t.fitli>.,t)
THE WIST INDIES wlrthi'it'wfc
don Lawn rmnll champin>h.|,.s. Fi:,k Molt-TrUle ot
Jama. put UDI good I ,,. ,. .vr|
Ulllp Bose ot India, but the Indian nipe..... ,-,.
won him the match three u to none
t..ricket hleals
in Davla C'tip tot hi,...,
r"",....J V________ind ,,, Wimble
thrown l'rom
Wimbledon
WIMB1.KIMIN. June M
The most open Wmihledi.ii
Lawn Tannli ehampsoni b
pre-war days began mucfa QUletOI
IhHn usual Opposition from the
eeond cricket Teat al Lord's may
have affected the earlv .ttti rtdancc
whkn, ihuugh fail i. large with
big proportion of women in gay
summer frookg, srai nol
tn.n.,i in tna ibaei
san red Behroader, last year's
champion, the honoui of opening
the chaniplonanlp erg to the
runner-up. Jaroalai Drobia
ontarv oach exile
He played Fri i I
(;:,,.
gramme which was confined lo 14
first round matches In the Men's
Singles
Heraldo Weiss, of the Argen-
tine, had to fight all 11
defeat Imperturbable K H. Ip of
Hong Kong 68, tl3. Ii I, I, 1
The Argentine ptayOI (0r> id
into snore, then was
Honed Be teeri
through the second set, pinned Ip
(o the back of the court and i BUM
up lo the net to cui <.n retuma,
BUt even -. the mm. he tried
to force the pace the more Ip
vliieH spun and cut the h.dl
a slowly forged al i
he was never completely at ease
against a player who proved to
have an inexhaustible valid
shot- iKrutrri
sWaieersu Mills, Akal, Em-
manuel. Blaekman, Carr. Waldrou.
tanners. Hinds. Carty. Garcia,
AUI^Mis 1MT INNlNii*
II.Uoh -i,.i Waks>lt b Valariint
wajftbrook >ipd w.knn k-.i.oi
Ixlrleh < Walmu b (Um.ill.in
D NSfan lb. b Kamadhii)
- b V.I-nUnr
hartley B Valvnllnr
vasM b KamatSMn
Jfiiklna c Walton b V.I...1U1,.
Wanllr not oul
Iintaw I. Kaniadhln
l^rry r Qoddard b Jotiro
Room bi.u i. i
Total
o* ulckrt. I - 1 T4. S 1.
s-i. 7-ne. s iia. s ia
IIOWI.INO ANA! Vsis
W I S>*" WNINOH
EVEN Till: JUDGE \VA
POOLED
CUICAOO.
Counterfelteri in hi
New York are turning
mom-' : n- .,-,
month And when
hearing the case ' ., mm .>.
of passing oul bad $10 bills, h
honour took a (10 note out Of h
own pocket He was .1..tiled i
discover thai ll was i
too.
: game ',, :,,,,,
at was the n
n. Hose had won
ItotUTrllle only
> the sixth game began,
on this and went
' auauaa al fin all. After
i ...
until tie i |ng ..ll
lima both play i
r nun
howl v. managed to .-
Um I Hid n> ifUlll
tor Third Test
:-
Uh ii ll
Trinid.nl in the Thl
-hid, at k
aii.rftoii un Thursday. June
led last nighi
and is as follow-
Smith i Kinj..i.
(Pickwick-ilnf i i
'.. ...
a i; I'-
ll i Rl BO lit
ertoo), Chaaa (So
i'i. rtoi (Emplra
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1
i
to I ika part
' i , !'. plaaaa commu-
:
Coppin. Horn,i
wo games, thus winnin.
ueven rames lo mne.
Now the Jamaican am
rite which
had been powerful
weak'-i
Bosr won the tirst five sames of
the third set. Mott-Trille rallied
,and won the n*9tl
1 I sal and fie match
l>y u.'itnng the seventh game.
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