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I'll. I IK.Ill BAKIIAUO* ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2. 1950 IT WAS -I AMES DAY* AT WIMBLEDOX SwonlfUh, 0wttn Score Wins As Polo Season Opens \\ Olllt'll \|I|N ';ir I or Firs! rime 1 g 4.i m Alih%  %  i pairing %  %  iaf ever. har*M hwirb wtaoto juncl of tin % %  %  %  1 ed most women • . ,'i : gl.li:.. : n tug np %  fraction to > good for him in in-, match witO I I btt 8—4, 6—4, 7—5. arjafly on his heavily cut im UuktuiKi. but nun returning i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  ... i Kraut. SHORTLY AFTER > O'CLOCK yesterday BflaWnoon al the Barbados Aquatic Club, Archie Clarke's whistle itarled the I960 Water Polo Season. Their wrt Iwo •ncssed by a crowd of almost one hundred Sttunlfioli epened Ike -ea-i.Ti h> ororlni their oral win JKin.l Barr*rild.i< Jiul BoniU* iiho won fr.Hii I'olkee, Mho were BUhiag ihrir rr HfNtlBH la Hie K.ilnr allrr ••\rijl \ rji-b'-rll. r .--ui.rrinMi l' Barnirua.a* u defence, but st.ll Swonutab This game *vaa rather .low • %  '"* %  :, "> H'" 1 Geoffrey Fostei'in ...i Eadfa team had nowP*.***-*" hne scored with ti>mer* and both were evcnlj matched. Shortly afier the rtari hiilliam shot soon alter the ntervai. < .-flrcv Ranuay'opened the aCWe Durln i ,h i ,na 1 "?! r w?' e lor Swnrrifltth. ^Hi. frr-rM-** 8" m *Barracudas Ui**i hard t< l-V Slm-h ,, ^eT'^ P*n < h > account, bui Albert £ Weadierhcoit did . ( i ten tare gee the ball Mf.iuUj' teal area dut tr t. AeaacN ciub Thia waa UW i to lo\r. Qeoffrt I ti i i I In llir air anil cull^'i" r 1' %  ni"'i SwordliMi (extent ay of the -I.I-.'H II. il iiu.lhOi right 'in black val lake* a vi* to >t"l Hovlli.l. ^Resolute' Wins Clip For The Third Time It* Our 1 .it-la i i HI; I'orrrsiioMalt'iil >idtr>g to th rules h*' r e field anil half tune. FCODd half again found >M>r-ilih on the offensive. Bail I'rooks of Barrarudn* going Into 1 • bark line to hrlp M tnedf Cemmodon J il '•'•• who has n mooore at ihe R.B.Y.C. since the death of er Commodore, l.i Col I Bowi %  % %  i ., | r ,1 of yachting £ard %  tlir nn-esa and handin. mid that nobod) i %  %  aUgfled with the handteaM bui the h.inilienpner-. had done then Oinf limn tinVA'W ARRIVAL LADIES" NYLON SWIM AND TWO HUE COTTON SWIM SHIS •WtO iO\I V ^ l|l|\> •.!'••• SECOND ThST MATCH Kri P*te 1 quarts i %  and Uv %  .... Bed .en bowling BI and had pet i and few iun The i .' I,will %  %  rtc lanfUi mtttad m. %  Wveke*. In loUMd Worrell and a. togetbai %  Tinhun%  %  %  ant up in 141 and thm; .,, il .!„,, %  I thai %  %  i %  %  %  i ,. nav. i . . ,, Urine b..t Butprlalnah Goi . IB 'io> ,.' .'lib iin on drive % %  : ihe rciici B> orini iju.i b and at UM nid i • >f Uie iiiiiingB 1h i %  1 %  it thttih touch, f.i rii. i KuliiH fu .in i-i ,. t when disU I B %  i iST SATURDAY would have btajn Irx .., • %  ,. > %  e ract i i [up bad be ii i omplcti d bu l|il mt and will now bt ujua] time ln,s ,,]tl "" : Ao<**v*i' hamper m the praaantatioo ol trophk from ai>ut 4.00 p.m, yacht own* their i re coul foiinnni up in th R.B.Y-C % % %  * ai the Bo %  | .' %  (!. M . %  men! ot th '•" %  ""•• %  i Wai t to id i %  .i .i r/ONd for th* KPnmd Ume. Thla •I, W fTfa, Dunn,: i riy forties w-.is w.m by 11 Col I HUam B %  ..my uceaMi w.'ii || in ihe vears I l IMS W4| .,n,i Wroth I the '' %  ""' ""hough m I. vfich Ii ""'" hafl an £ "! '"•" iw owned and %  kippered tu bMften then add) lload. Othan B) rtn tbta Cup were ir Hifd with th*QHeef 111 1H3K id I9S9; mi Olpeu T ilerln-rt riifn It Ceiil; 1B46 Xhom,,u i,' i i Gibba; and cipy Ml Uxiuy— L. L. !)I4 Shamrock — C. L. I i credJl .ill yatehsi %  %  %  %  .; %  w %  J^ ^11 fine Mi .( I! Wilkinson, wife of tin Comi %  I., itrong. rophiei .%  i ..iroller. Boiiil... 0 — Police 0 bonlti ..•.ii cup winners put over a aever* defeat ou tho Police team, with Herber. Grai iing three goals, l:P;ittersoti, .Tohn Ciaco and Ian Juntas one each. 1 pu1 up a game light conl idenng about three of their nien ere making their debut to the ^amc McDonald Rl*arda their kipper and G Porter, showed fcood form Hichardj, In the forline ^nd Porter I (iefemirr However Bonilas with a in ., punching mood %  h ..I;,-I three ovai I'arkliouse back %  i 1 Watooti II. ,. %  ml straight drives that which did BOjl .OK affacUvely on oni but returned this Berrj He iiad been i/uttinc an dejeai all other "A" boa BOUf ''it .i half, always on thi hold third poalUori In UU B aenaive Clan ime-up. mediately fier ibla, Bran Walcolt compleb The Burke, ownet of the N ilov i ihe pitch i. vt,l£h •" akipperad b) Hamlenklns. w.o beaten and desptt. ,,,,IMl WM P'-M-nti .1 with the plentj ..I ii,,,.. Bvana faUed I Cup arter reglfM like the "•' iigland kaapei end ins opposit" imbei tvu grateful i<r Girl, in 1844 I Ste ita in Pcuup Nan, in IMS bs Pi ter [nee in tSs i Btoula ii. Gnat. Lady Yule" ..i trophy, the i in which was presented by Lady iiile ill 11*31. WB1 won l.> Johnnie Coninatta which headed Ii %  iTinertlnte Clan* with %  1 This Cup w.iv formerly won outright by Lt Col William Howi IIIK and i %  ' mi to the teiiru; liit Ml This tup .ii \ Class the "II It %  %  I led loi aetwi an boats now racing In araa preaenh I9jg by Ltewatlyi had i tylard Ltd \ uk. Brothen ii DUI Ihej have 1 1 '„', id then II, in,.In i ribII ..n th. ,...'.'.,_ Cup ou many occasions, .although Tribute Reaoluli ne win now 11 i ii %  d lor thi Tinwinners ,.| i %  i ii Bynoe; I HI %  %  IBM krovra Blafr J H Wllklnaopi aas K, %  | turke; lUto Ofcepi MisEdith Gill; mil C. C. Carti Ki tied IMI MusIhen %  1: was iflci tinUjal the unity ol .ill yachtamen h Boi b Without any formality they collected around their Commodore to make arrangementi about the race for the %  Cup. Although some were bitterly appointed that the race was not inr not a crumble was heard The Commo%  i • asked their if the) would race for the Frni : %  gnd the majorlta of an'IT. He then .isked them to fix a il..'. and after consul' ed thai it would lie -.Hied for next Snni. ) n TC .Hid the same amount of bWHJ 1Mracing. The whole crowd then walked diate Clase948 it was wo,, |,y Johnnie Hoed, again In the ( Momota. Cla^s "D" ( i Mi\ I'd "-'king UM of long lief ore wen made, I UM 'h IRM .... g r\ | I i D Murphv ; %  of tiniiiiiings II. iirtji %  tle.;. men showed no oi . • .... 1 \ HOIK; layud out Hi, i Inutaa, .iciici: howl ivai alti-i inn. h and then Yaidley brougbi nd Idrich in use the nee ball Before thli taken Wal ou i .,.!. %  %  rove Bad %  i :.. 0 1M in JUS' i %  ped ol] the stroke %  %  %  baU hard to IJoggan at lirsl slip, but It %  I, rteiON i reach %  u\ char Walcolt and th •Ulietei Al 31a UMI bad --I %  .. %  s at thi i on Wllklnaoi in King tied; 1MB Okayt Mi l p • r„ fflni' -CumiHMloie J II Will Claaa "C Astra n ." %  on the new (" Cla*-. ( h.illem,. .,., IOI th .id et *t.nd jr-tnsl lt land beattaa the IIN by iirrru Seal) gad Learkr Cwneianline .it llii.ens p.irk l\.d luiibUd in IMS. halt an houi In the nlnetlM and reepecUveb tin .ugh they TO had n % %  gone Into Utrti shellit >n I too diifl-uli i, ... i. B 't Il I • |#({ :. ', I ,, i : %  i the doldrums ihinnii ihe ojhei yean ii wei lor three nnd W.il. % %  1 i i ITi MS I %  Co Iharam; ii Ben powerl iani Peter Ince; 194) Rniioe %  half century. t paclwd off flaid to m undan Btanley Cheeseman; 1M2 1 Walcoll Mils i mi Stanley Kmch: 1913 til Ho other >•!< htamei hen |ii.ml Murph' ^oilii! UU to Vli .t II Wllklnaon la recelvi he (U|>. He s.ul.d Wllh his ..mi throughoul this season but I v .is clean haven After be hid ejVei he iroplv ihe cni> in general %  %  mi he .ml* uiilcd as if ho knew ,ii the w.i, it.,! ,c t-.t. I raented m I'-'-"'... Mi f i Heed and lb thai 9 B Toppin %  %  ,/ The olhei nim im i %  .:; ' lavl, %  i.n.,.,,1fi.mi dwn mi it won while n „... w.iii,.i. su....i. w*4 „,.•. Ih. nipabl,„,,*. ol km, ., V, .Ml". iV : MSES J IM /.. ., %  ,.. ... ,:„.,. %  j„l„, l... i, v Il \SS "'"on led to go for the r,l *''' r '**•• Whwer stnnlev Mill.., :HT Stranger I 1948 Gfliin I • % %  "'.i Mi'., . i.. KIWI ISH. Iicyj Bo It Every Time OL' SLVR4NTS E MAN 19MT "wERE ST PLACE—y ii'"--" tj / WHO DI0 IT? ^!e*!!) /HU?DONI SPEAK UP, SLVPANTS!"' -<\|l | DEPARTMENT LAID OUT > IP I Co SAY SO A.ytfELP • r-E oRiiB-ec.'-j• rs)| ( CAW5 Ml I.KE -3CAO*. i.EBALL a^l*^ ;">'Jp.C\r^i VON THE TOU6BASES — %  TTtrEtvm -.• %  „ % % %  • II %  inn.nio*-.i'*ri-Aiia RviAim raoniv E. Harris. W M PhilU|A ti I'orter. 1. Dodson. Winston PbUUpe, S Blarkman. Mc D Tfichards. (Capt). Bo iitas M Foster. (Capt). H j vno.-. II Patierson. H. Grannuin. .1 Grace. T. Yearwood The next matches will be on Thursday July 6th. when Snapperand Flying Pith, two old rivals meet; Barracudas will oppose Police The referee will be Mat. A H roster • wi,.-11 over • indulgence in food and drink nuwi %  tomach ,!,-( %  .••Alka Ssltssr of*n quick relief Sparkling, plee* •tit-tBlin B in ftTtatlsing propirtiM brinv relief In a hurry. 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mniHBAT, JTNE . IIM It MIRADOS ADVOC \TI PAcr murr. Attack On Korea 0) l*im Page i. i %  : %  AimChief-of •Sufi. %  constant %  h Bam tan Sta*.e Dean v I -. .. %  Bd MAM advtaan *IIH-" Sunday on precisely what new steps the Government should take The United Sutea to-day called on ihe Security Council io allow all member* of the United Nation* to lu-ij. the Korean Republic id repel armed attack. The American resolution askeii the Security rouncil to declare the Nottliern Korean al a "breach of the pei.ce." It re:tic Security Cornell i< %  nfl to Member* of the ITnited Nation* thai they "fimmh to the Republic of Korea a. may be necessary to rep-1 the oi-med attack and :< restore international pa. in the area." %  naaja] N Rau, of India. thai m.mil'V president of the bVcurit] i to 11' e ona t d ar lag introducing .< rtaotilUon calling for a TrumanSttliii meeting Pulli'iyiii! is the text of the United state* resoluii.., The Security Coun.-il havlflfl determinwl that the armed attack upon the Republic of Koii-.i tiv binM from North i nnsTiIUlt .1 1.11.1*11 nt the peace. Hiving called upon the authorities of North Korea to wttndraw forthwith th-lr armed !h<38th parallel, and noted from the repot' %  I the United Nation* Comfoi K. raa that the authorities In north Korea have neither ceased hosiil,'. withdiawn their iirmed fOVBaa to the 38th parallel and that urgent military measures are required to rr*tore intrrnatlonal peace and security, and "Having noted the appeal frotn the Republic of Korea to the United Nations for immediate and effective steps to securo peace and security. Tecomthal the member* of Ihe United Nation< furnish such mc to the Repuhlie of Kni'-i ;ts may be net repel the armed attach and to 'i %  International Drier nn-l ii • % %  m the area." After a snerlril lunrhenn between American and Russian reSovM deiegah had been cape%  (KVII :,ie.it *n east his veto on any further action The Council President waited 2f> minutes after the nppoin'ivl time before opening the meeting. No Soviet delegate hatd '<<• UH n Lippemed Hi Warren Austin, head -.f the United States DelefaB< i pre*. sentlng the Amcnc-in Resolution %  :aid that tne United Nations was confronted with the "gravest .fi Its existence. Austin went on. "It is the plain duty „i the Security Council to invoke stringent sanction to restore international peace The Republic f Korea lias appealed to the United Nations for protection. I ajn happy and prou to report that the United States is prepared as a loyal member of the United Nations to furnish assistance to the Republic of Korei The American delegate then presented the United States proposal He asked the Council to consider it favourably as the next step to restore world peace Mr. Austin said••The armed invasion of the Republic of Korea continues. The North Korea authorities have even called upon the established Government of the Republic to surrender. It Is hard to imagine r more glaring example of disregard for the United Nations and for a'.' the principles which W represents. The most important provisions of the Chartei are those outlawing aggressive war It Is precisely these provisionwhich the North Korea authorities have vic.ated." —Reuter Steamships Report Flotsam %  %  about flO feel long, was reported by the master ol the S S aa' to be sighte.< ,n position 11 41 degrees North 6t degree? 'is information was cabled to the local Harbour and Shipping Department yesterdav Another cablegram received at this office on Monday stated that the matter of the S S Repent saw two large tree trunks In latitude 11.41 degrees North 80 59 degrees West. Ye.tcTd.iy's cablegram said that trunks were dangerous: to navigation. Committee Proposefl Mr J II Wilkinson ifct ... yesterday's meeting of the House mnv.il tht %  Select it-inmlttee be appoln'ed to consider along with th. Committee, the la-orajaiileallmi „f i I of the Ufirfature. the .taff nf thr Hou* of Assembly and the re-arrong.-inent of the present seating accom modatlon In the Houea Mr Speaker with J he approve! of the House appointed the following honourable members as that Commit11. Mr E D Molt lev. Mr F E Miller. Mr E K Walcott and Mr A E S I-cwis GRAC1TA FAVLKMi'R SL\GS AT WAKEF1EU) Those who attended the Song After Recital by Gradta Faulkner at ( group Wind and the See. followed by %  i IIIl \< ILLFNCi THE GOVERNOR leave* his car and aiepare* i .. i.. il>. Lnthlalivr ft rll ( (umber uhere lie )C*lerdav received from the I'restdrnt uf Iht Counrll and the Sprakri the Home of Asoemblv copies ol thr replirn of hulh (hml>'r> l Ihi-.preen hr made al the oaenlna ol the Leal* la tore on Monday evening I have left the Concert Its satisfied and wishing i he.u per sing again. lli> Excellent > the and Mrs Savage accompanied by (apt 1-amberi A.DC. raced the with their preaanc The i omen eras a meveas both iv attendance an.1 performance It is not often that one hears singer-, except over the wireless the cultured tonal heautv as t portrayed by MK> Fai-lknor and I anpnae, that beaaitj w,i* liest HI her foreign lailaVM 1 Bn of imonf others I.ideate La alma" by Movart and "Pace. lace Mi Dio'—Verdi In her ,.'o,n n II (liber I—"Art Thou Troubled." ("rime And Trip If— Wmphs And Shepherds*—Puic.ll. Miss Faulkner at u, I Mr i'apacr. am' ttici.-n. v as a singer, and th aa %  .iient ea*with which she • %  nhoiit hei MM i.hence '.." %  king for thlnitto come, which thaj <>iit id' *'" i'i.lU-1 v.-i.... um. a Hwh aAr'i iHorih-it' ii %  % %  '•vl' .-rn enuA T B arm. n. p. law iihinf in : Maut< thr f-r" ihe 'kin port, nmootli and clear in S *v Niaodcri :. -II -.„ . --|.,: i' .-,-,., IP riHl lhIfh nnd h-l t\f 'U\-\ I %  >n the frrt b-.il ()'%  .Hliif I'cnwnw, I'tir.pi-*. Ai n* Ii. tl an •rorra or f.-* r k -ti r-(• %  mof empty mrtin AaSKbenl ll I N. Nixodrn rmr Ukim Troubles i >• ihi NEW ECONOMIST The Becrotan ot sjatColonies has appoint* a Mr i> A Percival. A • %  s,. ,. u v (> prus. tii llll the new post of Assistant %  corporate Advuer on tba staff of the Development and Welfnra Organisation. Mr Pe.rival. who is wursUrted. was born in 1906 and educated at Charterhouse and Magdalen College. Oxford He was appointed to the Colonial Administrative. Service in IMS. and served in Nigeria until 1W39 when he was .1 to Cyprus, where he became Assistant Secretary Mr Percival is expected to assume dutv in Barbados towards the end of Julv Police Plan Charity af Concert For Thursday *-pHE I'm ii I ARE IMHNt; I thaai bn foi the Baj %  mm Boy** Club liny will hold ,i concert at the Parade Sijuarc of Central Station at BJU p.m. on Thursdav to raise funo club The concert has been arranged ano will be conducted by captain C FRaison. M It I Music, tUtflug, gymnastics, r a c a course Sketch and a scene depicting the Battle of Waterloo are In store for the audience Member' of thVMI'l will give the gymnastics and the race-horse sketch Reserved seats can be booked at Johnson's Stationery, unrcCounty Cricket Results LONDON. June 27 Al Chichester. Sussex-Oxford University match drawn, Sussex 384. Smilh 0. Cox 102. Suttle not out 71. and secondly 136 for 5, Cox 61 Oxford Universitv 200; Car.* not out B5. and secondly 394 for. 7 declared. Boobbyer 12C. Hofmeyer IJ5. At Worcester. Worcestcrshir beat Cambridge University by 8 wickets. Cambridge t.'n.veisit. 270; Shcppard 73 Stevei on 113. and secondly 158. Howorth 7 foi 44 Worcestershire 359; F Cooper 51. and secondly 70 for 2 wicketi The Weather TODAV Sun n-rs 5.4? am. Sun seta. 634 p.m. Moon (full) Jane 29. I.ifhtlng. : UH p.m. High Water: 1.39 a.m.. 2.55 YESTERDAV Rainfall iCodrlngtuii) nil. Total for Month to Voterda>; 10.91; ins. Temperature (Max.) B5.5 E. Temperature (Mln.) 75.5 F. Wind direction (9.00 a.m.) E (3.00 p.m.) B. by N. Wind velocity: lti milei per hour. Barometer (9.00 a.m.) 79974 (3.00 p.m.) 29.tl. with the C.ithe.n..l Choir The epndUQtOj i Mi 0*rall A R I M ,F T C I. M R. E. <• I \MI I. M \ 9U Tutoi of the h.-i %  at of the University College of the West Indtei "tu gh*j ., Igsjttara on the Hw i Scope of riiiiiii Adrnlnl ..i the V H4 A ->t H o'clock tonight There will txLawn Tennis and a Gym Class at 4 o'clock T HE MOBILE CINEMA .v..I give a Show at Newcastle rarr) lonlnhl lor the benetit of residents of the Mailin's Bay ami Ncwcistlc aft John P i \( U AI THE HHRIMI ; „t COdrtncton College have beei .i-hooked. but students who have paid the 12.00 fee will Uvciy welcome to h niton Collate on the evening ol Friday. June so. m infl the da) "ii Situiday and S'i %  i.i-. iltend the Spartan Defeat Malvern Till! VKitmg Maivfi F >o(bull learn. VF<.u>ttUv plattsl a .>iw(la> rrirkrt match acaiim a Spartan XI BT Uiieen* Papfc. Wmnlnt Hie (oai Ahr vHltom w^il In n> bal and drelarwl when Ihe wnro lood al llll lot o* stlrketSi Hparian al the %  ).. %  m play had -orl IS* lor five Bljpimi lop .cor-d IB! the voilol. with a well pla>ed )S. while Hlarkman rr*.le a vNSfnT -ith Oania •>..! Lew.. %  coring M atul la rum reteeenvely. For Sparian ihe bnwlhia h In ihr;t turn al th* ukei Hie homeslert knocked >ip a bttal ISO run* for a) M wM-ketn Of Ihe-r Atkino made 41. In a CCKII knoik winkUillenn ibborn IS and Coricr a brnry N 'I.IIJ I'fui bnwler (or hiI 3 lor i M and It mpectivcl served scats from the Chid Clorl at the Police Headi|uarters. -pHE POPI'LARITV of "Bus i M. Christmas" is such' thin It will be shown again to children on Saturday morning, Julv 1st || 9.30 in "Wakefleld" It will also be shown I on Monday. July 3rd. at 4.45 p.m. It Is a good full-length feature film and it must soon be returned to London, so this may oe the la*.: chance to see it T HE BARBADOS CHORAL SOCIETY, which was formed in 1922 and has at present a membership of 90. Mill give ,i pro* Samme of Music at Combermere ill on Thursday. July 27 at 8.3U pm In recent years the Society has rendered two programmes of music each year, one at mid-year and the other at Christmas at the St. Michael's Catnedral ulon^ Personal Anmiinsii Those who attend fur the day • -. and Sundaj should hi ing tngfl own food. "T-'HE LOSS Ot . St II CASE. J*. fountain pen. six paint of shoes, perfume, n quantity ol aloeIrd %  Ii %  .i %  < % %  %  %  • %  I L. M. B. Meyers ot Prince William lleniy Street It a/ai dist-losed that the nilliie* ivera removed when the building %  i fflW liiin was broken ami entered over the week-end. A N ACCIDENT CK'C'l'RRED on Trafalgur Square at about R 45 a.rr. on Monday, between ita I". M 10*5, owned by the National 'Bus Co.. and dnven In Bn ina AUnvna ol Payne/a Bay. St. i .on: not-. I lorry M 2024. owned by Messrs. Jason Jones & Co.. Ltd.. and driven by Frank Kellmau of Jackson. SI Michael The lot) %  % %  • %  bumper of the 'bus were damaged. A DONKEY DRAWN CART owned and driven by Archibald Craigg ot Holder's Hill. St. James, was completely smashed 111 an accident along Payne's Buy Road. St James, at about 7.10 p.m. on Man la Also involved in the accident was Ml501. owned and dnvtn by Robert Skinner of Green Hill. St Michael 1 ha) and ''i.ngg *" shghllv injured. Scorpion Fight In Trinidad WASHINGTON. JUM JI ])i Benjamin 1> Blood, ChR I ol the Vet.-ilnarv Publn ll-'allh Sec. Banltai 1 liuiiMu. has recantrj rntnrntd from South Aim-nee In the course of his trip. Dr %  taped m Trinktad aftnai he ic. mad UR 1 lourth largest BliaVa ot infant niortalits on thit slumi Following a consultation with the %  read to obtRbi ., mppl) ol jiiticorpioN serum from the imtantan Institute in Sao 1'nulo Hi aril This institute prothanai -> am anaiust th,> venom of Mp*e, tarantulas and 1 I The health iutl Olitl* of Trinidad vUl taal U>e erum lor it effaOt 00 lha venom of the %  of scorpion. Di Blood ..Isn m-rangr,! fol %  eorploiiB to be sent t.. tin l n 1 tan Institute to check tt>. should Ihs nllal • rum prove tjanT itivc for that si| Butant.in Institute will then develop anil pn Mm i -of Hal serum foi of (he os in Tl 75 Return From Rermuila Dock* nrteen Barbadians, formerb employed on H M !>vk Yards. Bermuda. nHVrned to the island yesterday hy ihe Gold Honoc Thp.\ \icre ti Trntman, V WeeMs. K Kin K R Ford. 1, O Armstrong McDonald Jordan, O Pmeni J N liolman. C C C.ollop. N Simmons, C W Oollop, S Stoiite. I) W.illhe. E Clarke and U. Rusaell These men h.tve MM hdRM 01 the eieplraaon und| The alseonlinuatlnn of their agreement. 11 M Government having decided to close down the dock >ard* at Bermuda The (;<.(.( Rpinycr dropped anchor in Carlisle Bay aroi|ul 4pm and by 4.15 pm.. its passengers v\ %  lighting at the Baggage W.nvAlthough out of Jobs, the, men looked quite cheerful as they met their wives. n>(hei i ,md othei relatives on the B.iggaffe Warehouse Pier PROTECT YOUR HOMES AGAINST THE WKATHER Pp ran Mippl> N.'it with Iht following:.— EVERrni ooaavaaitat SHKKTS (in >n GALVAMISKD COKKCIiATKU BBCBTfl ALUMINt'M CUKKI'llATKI) SHU I COePKKJdl'TTKRINO ulo PAINTS in the muvl famous Brands and many other buildinj* rrqnUlln l,io mnnrr its to nirntion All •! Attractive Price* I'AV 'S A VISIT AND BK CONVINCED. IS'ehon Sln-el — Most Unfitly In The City Nelson Street ain a veiv untidy condition ycMerdaj It 1 lierhapn the most uTitH)) S'n. in the City. A very observant pi IIIK through this street yesterday would have noticed thai all the gutter* were chock-full of large bits ot paper. COCDOU! with stagnant water In them, enisiuraging the breodhm toes—and lotteti man. very' smell of win. nausea. Bread tail, which m i.nke %  lunrl tin* pa and i to the congestion. BWT) ddenta aie baupi > always being %  truck by B bicycle t vcliMs riding in Ihh • < %  At not exercise Mii'iiient care and the mai< pre always going a: erinf the live i.l th. e w.ilknit in The strct Suffering from The Barbados Hardware Co.. Ltd. (THE UOrSF FOR dARGMXS) Hot 33 A M |WAN STKEST PBOI.B 2100, 3534 or 4406 WILLIAM FOGARTY LTI). (nc. B. C. ^l the tint Mgn of dlacntnfort afrar iical-, mck two RennJet. one after %  he orticr Their fati-tKUng blend of miacid ingnMierm rpeedfh/ correcn t-iditv and remove* the cause of parn. I Never he wiihout Keaalet it roa'ni I prone to add nomach. Its ao ear* carry a few in your pocket or nanJhag, f or ffc .j, „„, to aepannely •Tapped. If they d.m'c heap yon, ihcn n' hi|th time YOU saw roui Joctor. All iheniHtB sell Reeaiss. (PENNIES Ac SfOOXAV H tint feial %  .— aa. mum ANNOUNCES OUR — MIDYEAR OFFER — OF VALUES FOR THE FAMILY. SEE OUR CENTRE SHOW WINDOW — CHOCK—FULL OF WORTHWHILE BARCA1NS — THAT ARE WORTH TAKING ADVANTAGE OF — TO MENTION A FEW— Flowd Georgette Flowered Art Silk Embo..ed Organza Peter Pan Mu.lin Miami Linen 11.16 yd. NOW—(1.00 yd. 2.16 ., „ — 1.00 „ 2.3 i .. „ — 1.4)4 „ 1.3 — .84 .. 1.08 .. .. — .90 ,. ITS LIKE BUYING SOVEREIGNS— FOR A PENNY FOGARTVS / dj^r y LISTERINE TOOTH PASTE BREATH F3RH0UFJ! iafl*M 222**J !" NOURISMIN0 l ^ MILK STOUT lf~3nen*T *•—':.; l ;-;r.—-x— STKOM%  >Ot KISM\<: S4 I1SHIM. In %  cientrfic tr%tv m..r. ih-os,.', of fimple bad breath %  > <( for minnte* hut lot hours svith bruihinc of 1 Ivll KIN' rOOTII T\ BIAUT rafSMsii 111/..' ipnaTfPM nnit MovNe. lUtfJhVIITOOl !l %  I ^PAddttr fitfh t*i*r with enlun.c UawnM Xmmm William youncjer s MILK STOUT • /// 11 <• hurt' Ihf plftiHiirf nt sap/tluinfi i/im with nnt> nt Ihf IAItl> 12 • I The STANDAKU DEI.H't IV VAN The STANDAHD ESTATI. CAR TJIP TRIUMPH lltNOWN l.iTrn Hi.loon The THIUMPII MAYFLOWER 38 h.p. 4 feat, r Saloon. This new model 1. expected in 3 month. CHELSEA GARAGE 419501 LTD. lift 0 „,.* ThU *wre rieti aallfc p mmm m eosskM ta large II It :rna at ts6 pel tka. a hasady aaad economic -al way to bay rink IVir trie famil? Dadry I''**> %  U Qiaafc fium the highoot jaaluv Cow's afiBr. and pr -. eaei d aa Oaat nU tha natanl TiUnuna and ereamv flavour of fre


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PAGE FOIR BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESOAi RIM M, )95 BARBADOS r.—_i— momi NeeeJ This Happen To IT*? f . A i'.„i.„i,i,i MOI HI. oka If, f ,Hiu-.Hii>. law i*. !• SAVE FOOD THE WASTE ol h d now ending. ( % %  i etiul ilumpui| but through being, sold at ndicul' price* is another instance of the waste o; food in this island. It is well th;it :\" should be reminded lluil this Ml d afford this waste and that '.here is ;i remedy to which they can subscribe. It is clear that the answer to the loss of* 1 iiah is to be fotmd in pi\>per cold facilities. It would the be easy to store surplus fish so that it mi^ht be available to those who are unable to keep it overnight or who were unable f"i one reason or another to make purchaseof fish l..te at night One suggestion is that the cold ttotage facilities now provided by the llovernment at the Public Market should he extended and that all surplus fish be taken over, bj the Government. This would mean that housewives who desired to purchase fish from the Government cold storage could be assured that it had not been hawked through the Mievt.s for any length *f time and had not beyun to thaw out befoie preparation fur the table. This suggestion also seeks to protect the health of the community af-amst the activities of too < prising fish mongers and hawkers. It ini^ht be that the suggestion finds its chief merit in the fact that the protection of the health of the community should not be measured in terms of sterling. As an amendment to the .sunuestion [of Government cold storace it might be lllBt the provision of cold storage by private enterprise would solve the present problem of how to avoid waste of food. It may be that even now it would be provicUd if liu-ir was some encouragement by the QovafflV ment. This would be a means of encoui another minor industry and preventing unnecessary loss and waste of food. The importation of equipment for such a venture might well be relieved ol customs duties and the iirst year's taxation. This would be en encouragement to some en1ei|jiisiin businessman to supply what has been peculiarly lacking in Barbados; an establishment for the supply of fish end ctigs. Besides this, such a business establishment would not meiely prevent waste of food, protect the health of the community and make essential food generally available, but it would bring economic stability to the Ashing industry on which the Government has already spent large sums It is useless to have officers trained und most expensive equipment bought for in vestigating the possibilities ot greater catches of fish then to find that when the information has been disseminated and the supply of fish has been increased it must go to waste meiely because there was not sufficient foresight to make the fullest use of all the fish taken. It is a sad commentary that in years peel the only use which could be found for the surplus numbers of flying fish taken during the season was to use them for manuring the sugar canes. The world has travelled far and fast from those primitive methods and science and engineering have put a! our disposal the means of providing and protecting food for feeding the peoples of the world. There is no reason why that knowledge should not he made use of in Baibados for the general benefit ol the island. This is an avenue in which private cntrrpnse can be really enterprising hut it is necessary to have the support of ernmeni who has already spent hu of money and the general public whose general health and eco n omic resources Stand to benefit. Other ventures I. thwarted by the indifference if not the lack of encouragement on the part of the Government, this is an occasion when expenditure involved would not 1Mgreat and the advantage i> the island would be imniense. fAttach Can Untan. %  tdbn ^ir Juhu .\ntiVr*.<*ii Amu,. 1 lenUttcf iuiim-r char It li anonymous, except?imfnl's *Unf> i omniltter %  T,I bfl Professor P unm. fr| M S BlackeU, FRS. i irst part of the pamphlet expense lo give a comparable aj tOOt! bOUB %  ..'"'T of protection against in. Japan and Bikini is summarised atom bomb I hat in. -• -ble sue *" 1 1 lo iiumii an aioinu attack I think the arguments pres-ei. leu makl UMs, '.rut anefence < f the Unite.i •4 i %  launched frosn nearby ba.e< on iikriit i* quit The material has been taken from ' particular, given an sttecthe Contlfsa0b sU-m,the risks able, if only an economic grounds." v Ihougtit tod with radiatio rvhlch %  re a distincuvc fe*tbre of atomic it worth wnfsB to examine the defence proi %  ;. atiMnn -rrare. Jt j n( uufortuu.ilc that UH ahilteis ry small dimenale -asv for and against •'fact tha deep to such a potential e: ,.,.i-.it.. 1 ..,u mat tin shelteis will. I think, be found to diplomacy wo Id |n .alters should have rushed into Ilf not m .te„aUy changed b> th. he impotent ... i iti u>ilhiiiit lunlliri fiat* tli. %  %  . however. as It Bout waiting n>r B l(i .„, ty for „*,„.. i. cou .;. of him. L *f" cemtn the atom bomb. Inconsequenil ^uT'm'X T ( rtr cto ? !" " cUw co " "*'" lo "*" ":* Pro MOr *<** racial diversity, the economic facto, HI pr**umauiy issue in aw. lamination wheUier of earth, on to i uw.e.it thaV *" a reeuilofUe risaaronos buildings or waterway... -r. tratad ourselves, gallons that are known a i moal cenainlj mU ch exaggeree.1 lo a rene i..iv< In n under way. II. ii.: nilig kUI.il %  IH'inaps regrcii MOjact is wide and %  H sad me Qoaarnniari ve, vov.ously, been anxious lo sort ol blunder into ated In respect of both and s not, apparently Three Common Factors MR H. A. VAUGHAW in his .h:rd Kxtia-Mural Lecture on Constitutional Developments in the West Indies last week said that the Constitutional Development ot the different territories of the West Indies was UfiUad, ;t any rate, the most oi them, by three common factors—the social factor of racial diversity, the economic factor of "V". : a P ^"Jand tho political factor of c should pro-) £>~, fort to secure! Colonial Office or its earhc Hritish matters elude. Hruweurinn? oica tin srrttta of Uuprvsem elusions but 1 would advise rt^dpresented itse.f to the minds ol %  will, 1 nave no doubt, us strongly not to reject them In '"' feaaoi BlSCkctl or those, who\ lo have fallen when Uie advance of official protmunn-*' v r 'n<*v may l*\ who think likt "f uillctal invehUgaUuiit ments. hi"' .iive been made avaifabla So far there is not much to bo %  '• %  "•' doui.t '"• that the criticiPdi of the ptunphlet. vn,,T ^ > '" 1.1 Mlgb n Atomic Energy Consralaaksa of Uu Organisation in .Ni Y'.FK %  ... proved uiipiodueIlve. niat do-* not mean, how-ver Uial they should not be renewe*. or that a fresh approach rthoulo • %  tight l..s.l. 1 for on have alwesa though, it unfortunate that the bsiUI should have l-en complicated greement with' Thus, the replacement of tobacco by sugar as i the control of the main crop had led to the importation of ( negro slaves. This again increased" the export of su :ar The more sugar that was exported, j the more the Colonial Office smiled on the! slave trade; on the other hand the more the planlen in the local assemblies encroached on the powers of the Executive. The year 1671 might be taken as a turning point. marking the cessation of the period of proprietary rule. Representative inMitutions were established in Jamaica, and there wer. similar turning points in other colonies. A new phase followed which continued till about 1675 when Colonial administration was reorganised under the Lords of Trade, who endeavoured to extend the prerogative of the Crown. One factor was the mutual Jealousy of the West Indies which led the lords to maintain Crown prerogative not only against the Assemblies but against the Governors. After 1675 the Governor's powers of patronage and of appoint inn hJl Councils were greatly limited. %  scat* that the writers may hav.shewn undue haste and unjuMiI I,., loafer huvo any official IU-J a-df-conodenca in puium oiiiiccium with Uie departments (<, r *ar d their own view* at thi-. i. but my past experience juncture. %  in litUe doubt that the i re ] hound to adopt a very uiirlu.s.oiu. set forth in th.dill.r.nt attitude towards the .amphlet will be found wide of i n u-r parts of the pamphlet, a* JM :i 1U ik in u number of impoiinterpreted by Frofessor Blnck.-tflant respects. commentary In his foreword. I The destrucUve power of atom'c Und It indeed difficult to observ< .ciponii is, of course, inunitely txcomlng restraint In commentthe outsat bv the introduction of i eater than of those with which in*. a ..inception of inter nation .( have hitherto had to deal. • mnMnhlp, obnoxious nthat conOn the other hand, StMtl I lit \ %  !: %  M option must be to any mind 1 'l "'i -ue very costl> and urobsessed by jdoctrines i Ad seem always likely to conHaving concluded-wrongly as sovereignty. mue to be, In strictly limited I *uta maintain—that defence lly a| mpil| s lpl U5 aI1 tr% upply ca "-oninbute little or nothin, aui Du M „ ma ke our declarund ignoring the obvious eonsld, lunt ,„„„ „ r ,. ng th luid not from over, to give "value, the (.ration that power to retaliate .M-aknesa. tombs would hove to be placed effceUvely may in pracUce In<.( Those frAO are dtSDOBl itii nre.it iiecurucy—tin easy far greater value than meosurecritical ol tha lailura of th* natter in the face of un active of defence, acUve or passive, how,.(Tort.>. In effect he says, although he essential u> the satisfactory solui nrnlnd the forms of attack expedoes no*, put It so bluntly, that lion of the prulilem of internarieneed In the last war could be Uie only advice he can give to tional control I. I S with relatively little the BrtUsh people Is to accept the World Ci.>mlit Reserved We have .... SHINGLES SHINGLE PAINT GALVANISE GUTTERING 18", 24 W 3b ALUMINIUM GUTTERING UT, W, 36" Gv\LVANlSE NAILS IRON NAILS PLASTIC (for slopping holes) WILKINSON & HAYSES CO. LTD. Successors to C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. Dial 13, l: 7 BEC'KWITH STORtS My First Taste Ol A Kibbutz It's a Place where you don't have to worry about rent, latei bills, or baby sitters Hy Beruurd i\ irksft-i-il CiALlLEE. esc except In Moslem countries. Have you ever heard of a All you have to do Is to get a kibbutz" It isn't something you l.iwyer to prepare a "bill e-f put un your bend or eat. divorcement %  nd then go before It is a sort of communal settlethe rabbinical court and hund the mint where everybody U full of bill to your wife. If .she accept* i < and nobody has any money, it, you are divorced. If you live in a kibbutz you it does not matter what areyoui Official kibbutz business. Members may talk in any language the) like among themselves, but I Iba endless committee HUT lings It lakes to run a community, ihej must use Hebrew. As Mime of them know the language no better than an average < .in't even call your pants or your grounds. Maybe you don't like schoolboy knows French, you hear sliirivmii Own I awni hat ('"king or the way she leave*, the Hebrew equivalents of such to the whole community. hairpins In the bed. If she sentences as "Vuus ctres passing There are several nundreU aecepU Hie paper that's good le buck vous etres," and "Je suis Ubbutltan in Israel tone kibbuU, enough gpf "*'lc suggesUon abomlntwo kibbutzim), and the general able idea of them IN to build up a At nllll'4 > lit %  *•> I attended one such meeting 4 intelleetual peasants who and it look more than an hour lo ,an KIV*. things and look after Tho girls'chief complaint about decide who should do the cooking goats without getting bored. hie on the land in Israel was tin „,. x t week and who would mend inserts Enormous beetle* came (he community's socks. You .si. one difnculty about buzzing through the windows, forming this new Jewish national they said, and crickets with feeler* | % ollll|lt*f*r'U . thai everybody wants to three inches long fell on you from live in cities They all wan* lo the ceilings. Division of labour Is one of the be bankers, lawyers, furriers, and Another complaint I heard was rt n ot t la st problems m a kibbutz. billon This is all right when thai thenwin* never any bacon Most of the women are absorbed living in other countries, but now for breakfast There is no law In social .services such as kitchen. they h.iv.on* of their own they againrt it, and only about 15 per laundry, nursery, and Clothing have got to find somebody to cent of the population of Israel department, Except for the mow the grub. are raUglous or orthodox Jews nursery, these are all unpopulai I stayed in several of theso rig-raising would be an ideal jobs, und ^he majority of these settlements during my hltch-hik" side-line for. the kibbutzim, bit* ix-tyinsis mil office girls would through the Promised Land so far none of them hits quite had rather be dairymaids, shepbecause, like the monks of old. the nerve to start it. herdesses, or work in the fields they offer bed and board o you don't look after your With the men. benight if t travellers. children in a kibbutz. The eomMj wira who thinks I alway? But for me the most interesting mun it y does thai for you. When havt%  • wonderful time abroad. was one north of the Sea of Galilee tht mother comes out of hospital should have seen me when I on .i high bluff overlooking the ^^ lVb paid bv the community, of volunteered to do some Job to Jordan winding through the gorge course) the baby is taken from her repay my board. They put me flOOft. below. lo the children.* centre and all work wnshmg up. My companh This UbbuU Is called Kfar ^he does is to turn up five times were a plump, jolly girl, formerly rTanaal, and is composed almost daily lo feed it. As a coneession. somebody's secretary and on entirely of city workers from mothers are allowed to bathe their Official from the Treasurer's office Britain and Australia. Thera are own babies if it does noi interfere of the Manchester City Council 172 of them, plus 3d children with their outside work Th.. have 6i)0 acres under crops. Apart from this, the only time l Hock of sheep which they milk parents see their children .i unal foundr* where they are between four and seven, v. nuking im/zles for hoses. thev are allowed to take then A girl who works the washing t h,.i, r rooms or go for a walk. ia in the communal launSmokers at this kibbutz get cigarettes a week, und at parties hrn 'here Is usually dancing and wine i to They have lllms (The Hunchback of Notre Dame was the last one %  sown), concerts, plays, and visitdry was formerly a mannenutn. |.ani{lia|tIflir 'ZJ 1 ^"""-1"^" 8 0 T^ Two girls doing ironing were %  %  theypay no tacome Ux. As all MYrelarlcs and one man I saw IncluenUilIy. you must not talk the buying is done for them by i.uttiug up a prefab house used lo young chfWreti in any olhei aiv oubade represenlaUve. th. !,. work in his uncle's pan shop, language hut Hebrew. It is tryMod in no queues If vital itatlsUcS are anything i"K enough to have children pester Their children ore as happy and t.i go bv the life xeems to suit YOU with questions in your own healthy as any I have seen them 'in lhc oast 12 month* language, but imagine hnving to individuals ihey do not need i<> there have been 10 maniage-. '.•0 answer them from four till seven worry about rent, rates, bll s. i> mil no deaths "> language that is rtily Just icpai.v or baby-sitlen.. Kf ,',11.nisi bovs and glrK being rcvivl after a couple of If I could get loads like those m ,,'v M n iveraiH ->e "f W thousand yeoi-s. off my mind. I would wash up M. ,,, ,.,-,,., man %  nywhara The same rula applies to all every day —I..E.S Incidents from the various Colimiee illustrated these tendencies. Thus in Barbudc^s tht Assembly was concerned to tfel ODDtrol of the purse-strings. Thus in 1764 the Assembly refused to proceed with a Bill concerning liquor taxation sent to them by the Council, money Bill. They gradually secured control over money legislation, with many incidents of OOQflsCt. as over the right of sharing with Governor and Council the control of the issue of money from the Treasury Another struggle was to secure the right of nominating the Treasurer which the Assembly gained in 1710. The Council backed by the Lords of Trade resisted the Assembly's claim to pre-Audit the Treasurer's accounts. By 1740 the Assembly had secured the principle that a money bill should be accepted or rejected without amendment. The Council, for whatever reason was beginning to yield and the Assembly hid now secured fairly complete cnnti.il over money bills. in Jamaica by 1676 the House of Assembly had established considerable independence, with rights of freedom of speech and freedom fr^m arrest. But the Assembly overshot itself There was a quarrel concerning the ReceiverGeneral, owing to the drastic action of the Assembly in connection with their complaints against that official. The Lords ot Trade objected. An attempt was made to enforce the Poynings' Law in Jamaica; the Governor was instructed not to call the Assembly without sanction from England, while legislation drawn up in England way handed on to the Assembly to be passed by ihem verbatim. The Jamaica Assembly however, flatly refused to pass these laws. The Lords of Trade called in the advice of the Crown Law Officers, and these consulted with judges. The opinions have not come down to us; but it is apparent that the Lord:; oi Trade gave way. Jamaica was given a constitution on the model of Barbados. In the I-eeward Islands the period is marked by the first attempt at Federation, a general assembly being called in 1674 for the four islands concerned. In the view of discussions today it was interesting to note that this general assembly and the individual island. legislated concurrently on all subjects Another interesting feature of the period was the representation of West Indian Colonies in England by agents. Barbados was the Ant Colony to do this in 1671. Originally however, the agents were represenlalives of the Government rather than the Colonies; this phase followed later when the colonies appointed agents for specific purposes, it was interesting to notice that these agents were all with drawn in the 19th century. MrVltle A I'nret t.M.MMI BIS( I ITS Rrdurrd (ram IRr. lo Royal sot. Small Rich Tea, La Crei RfcD. win !" A BLUE K\M.I BBAXI Reduced from tie. to BAHAMAS f'Ht SIIK1) I'lNrHArfl.t. I!i -hu 'ii from 54r to ...... t:\IIIBITION rKKNC II MAND1 (Quart Hecltireil from lii.'M to n. I'jrkJStMir. Urn. sa*. as.ee STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO. LTD. f'Of* I Int,tllll\ MAIM MOSQUITO NETS for Single and Doable B ii l Olll III VIM IIS SAY Beams. .Mole*. And Hospitals DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Udt^s SfuckAs %  pan oured the attitudes of the staff to tviirketi almost all aspects of employment then local m lava n tfeBB that what Is needed i* a "Subbut in the best text books ibi kit hosj RKAOKB Ha! Ha! The Editor. Th4 -l.lro.ol.'. bflUM a week. 7J pe ul.dun Tor u M nlin i, at w. bul 26 |*r c.l nllalw.-re clojrty "•}?' ' h?ni on pointtnl uu. motn ... Iheuihl II InconvjnUrt mi un..'.-........on Tu!!" l> "' Bjrb.di.,,,' .-ye. ,.,,, ,„,,..„„, Mcj-r, !.,.> ffla.'a&f laSJifSi"^ T Urn*. TU Maaa, %  %  "-•Oi %  "'" -,;,.,,:,',.,;„; ,'.„',,,„• ,.; ,„,i„„ uiUn. lr„„. I. knowlSI..-H....,,, Umnk. ... Mr. „,. UM ,ubMb For iniuna; Ihcre l> muoh talk lauuut In Ihll counln nruvldVri !• lhi.1 llu .. not |ll. Fcnlj for t.vln| m .. louuli In very littlr vote* •• 10 wlul >liou..< h*ro about ho.pil.lsHut i, what Mauri In th* mnlnf, oppnrlunilo .my oxlonl .n the hoapnnl, ronnrrlion with lh phaur o( l. | v *n or l*tl oul. Is lo bo found here any n, irl In aoclal ....I I....'. %  >• % % %  10 th.fnrlkm bj(.ho A.lv.Ttiacmral. T&a ...Isi*an %  _._„_-, „ than a reoUca ol what IS concurpolitical activities were reduce* tween one occupational group and be of son.* use. after all. he Mia WEARY WILLIE rentlv going on elsewhere? another. The subject was one on us: they serv* him as a sijpv.l to June 26. 1950. Thi labour turnover" waa greatwhich there was an almost comshut off the speaker and go and Let us consider then 0 report esl among ; ,i.|.i,a.v ,.f sllene* Nofeed Uuli.-n.: II.. Ma' mode by the Social Science Dep., oml Of lha domestic grades lioilv admitted to being friendly Lanbbfiin Ihnlnry partment ..f l.lverp.,l University were dls.otl.lied with their |oba with a i-rson of lower social Hut yoo also had th.t'..y and and published on June 20. lOI ... cent, of status. ho yt '"""',"'" '"'' "'* '.' ", The Editor. Th* Adroraf*. by the Inatrtat. ..( Hospital ,1,. ... .a-nt ot .... _,_., ,., .,...,„„..,,„„„ ITT f?!" p *'"-•. .5 !" .' c ..H s "' 1 think that Mr Dougl." Admlnistrators. Onl% one per cent, of nurs. i\ ^.">!< up hospital "in e*n*ral. II statad, th* „,„K with lha nanary motive ..f overage number of hours work.al „,.,,„„ ,,„. community; 72 p*C In hospitals each week was l.n .. the work in th.. reign ol aeribers' Union". As It Is at presMedieval and Modem English ent w* arc "luat one. one" and at History only poising irfrrrncr .the mercv of the Company, made to West Indian Histors a Although w* provide the money an Illustration of tht nvalrs for lth staff ond shareholder. !r 0, '"..fn ' ;,l,d u '" 1 %  %  "" and good money too if Ihere arc HjjJ^gSaWllL Sehomburgk's History of B-.rbadns. "The Barbados Dlocesar History" bv Canons Reec* ant Clark-Hunt ond Daniel,. West Indian Histories are all very helpful In tht teaching of Caribbean History: but there is still a great need for some historians with the tuve.sarv vision and scholarship to produce a ser!*s of textbooks on West Indian History suitable for use In our sch<|. The rigid social £*U^aUon OP a big Improvement In thSmlth -. Brtlcle on Tnr teaching * empssaanad m the nrrangemuslcol progt.ic %  % %  .-%  ,; Cribliean History" in the menu Tor serving food whereby erflllon n ,y ttM rI ril | M ,, the ^dut-cole of June 20. Is more eoch group iilf-inu epr ; .te room ..,„,, ,„.,.• .; ,, ,. „„„,., ^ nan tlmc y |R ^^ of t|w (act ,. rnnipm Wll no >|!ow to "f.i! .^ to cut ""* e*rarl thm in the Common Course which this opportunity of sending leachIt is therefore hoped that Cov,-,th the fond ,ith the than that In mdu.tr> More than iuWl ,-' Uiecn. Tnere iis more """ wlt a*J2?. 1 ^ !L*" n j, has just been introduced in the en and other suitably qualincd half of the nurses said that dm'. ens and "' vl ' ""' c ,,s more !" m ; I cannot claim 10 D* mud Ofa Flemenlarv Schools, special emDsjrmi to atlend the Summer Hie week In which Ihey „,,,,. a bo U t laUafacUSl about every aspeci of ) u d B e about music in the higher phasis is laid on the leaching of School on "The Teaching of questioned they would be workother things. m the larger hoaplUls grades, but I do think that a good \V. i ihstnrv There are Caribbean History" to be held in Ing more lhan 50 hours. Of the than in the small hospitals whan deul <>f what is given us Inonmany teachers, including myself. Trinidad under the able superviwholO staff. 7] per cent, worked The staff of the hospitals seem, h( m(lt *\e wan hleher." deseript and shapeless, not much who have offered Medieval and ion of no less a dlsttnguishe-i longer than the normal Inriustn ed much more cla-s-consclous melodj n about It Modarn English History at the West Indian author and historian 44 hour week. n inUtj at large. 1 don't know lust how much of But I was specially taken with l-ondon Matriculation and the Inthan Dr Eric Williams. Of those who worked for 45-J > Ml awareness of social clasa colihli is applicable to Barbados but the suggestion in tha other letter termediate Arts ExamlnaUons; W1NFIELD N. GRANNUM MEATS llxtoiiEur* In Tins Lamb in Tins U.-k. i cl Beef hi Tins Mrat Koll in Tins Steak and Kidney in lin. Vienna Ssusaces In Tins Banish Cocktail Baeaaaai || i'l.-'i t-'rankfurtrr Sausae.Veal LaaJ in Tins Ham I.UJ.1 In Tii I'-t. .,V..i. (irad. tthulc Ujms or Cut MfiFTABMS Bert Rool — l?r. prr II." t ATI,.:^ — Ue, pir lb. Cucumber* in Tin* SPECIALS Cat**! I ......lair an.l Cream RiiarulU Baric) Suitar in BUev Barley Susar Sticks Cake Mix in l'k|e<. Ilvalline Kusks I IBB Kipper's in Tins Kipper's (old si.>ra*r Mai kerf t told sioraee Mjckrrrl in Sail rilrhardIn Tin* U e t Wse aa In Tins Kiafl Ibh Suprrme in Tin-. \nrhfvy Paste fish Paahi llh Cake-. BETTKIl BUY BOTTKH NOW ANCHOf HI TTI.K — HSr. LB. ^> Tn an Irfg-Cold I KQWN HKIVK I A It INHUMED GODDARDT



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WI.IiNESDAV. JUNE is. 195tl Council Object To Adult Suffrage BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAKE FIVE HouseProvidesSKMNM) CBOMCM "W"*' ^mrnim For Hurricane Relief HON'BLE t. D. L. PILE and Hon'blc G. B Evelyn said they were opposed to Adult SutTraKi'. U yesterday began consideration of the Bill which M amend the law relating to the Representation of the I Act. The Bill was introduced by the Acting Colonial S C relar\ Mr E. J. i'vlnc, and the BkOUOfl DM th. reading was seconded by Hon'blc Di Massiah. After .]..-%  i... by Mr. I'.-'.nr H-nible Dr. Mwlih. H..11 hi, M. Pile, and liWblc Mr fcvJ>n. further ega id>r.iil.m uf itu lilll M iKr.Lin.iird The \. in < ..I..IU.I secretary moved l! %  %  Itag uf the Bill He *,iirt The objects of thin set out In the Objects and Reasons and I think it is unnecessary for me at this stage of the history of democratic government, to say much of the three main amendments that the Bill covers. The Bill should take I'ttle urging at this stage No Variation MaM ope..all % now tin-. ar. ix nil pa'd. lhe> xhuuld ha.' riihuth sense of rc*ponslbilil> no' to alloM important 1. ... linn la be passed h> five parson* who will be a ma)orU> ol a qiiwirn %  1 nine. As regard* the amend' I hon'blc Acting Colonial B Is going to make. I am not lawyer enough to say whether they ill serve the purpose of preventing the Amendments outlined in this Rill before us to interfere to a MffiOW extent with the \'i -LIHAct, the Jin'"-Act, and things nf that sort. But if we are goint. • have juries fm:'ier deplete.) r %  intelligence hv a llfll Uk this, i* will be a very serious thins li r country. 1 propose ui the appropriate time to move Retain amondnMnti which will make n unite clear that the Govenmient's Intention !?• not to vary the qua I ideation uuired under the Vestries Act the qualidcation under the Jurors Act. That was the reason for itir seeking the postponement laat week, and a* there doubt ato the law. It ha* been considered advisable in nsaa.* the intention of the Bill elea by the amendment M-hfeh 1 will MM at the approprlati I now beg to move that the Bill be read a second tine. Hon'blc Dr. Maaalah seconding the motion for the secagain either permanently ond reading of this Bill, as I said period of years If we arc goins en Iho last occasion I personally h> allow that to ratnnen and mulhave no objection to Universal ll l >! IfoUl, thei Suffrage: we practically have It "re going to have very little connow. There are certain other fld "%  • any court in Ihi* rountry llon'bte a U. L 1'lle: Mr President. I do not suppose that what I am going to say DOW will have any immediate effect. I do A SUPPLEMENTARY RESOLUTION for $10,000 wa!> passed by the House of Assembly yesterday to provide %  li, aponMdl ol the hurricane season, raaaa. va. I a period of threat and reserve for use ulter the disturb tojea drance stood In Its way. he WM Mill of the opinion that it would trj % %  •• ttva ua % %  ^MH „., peetad of it. He did :>! anon whether It was a case of forget fulncas but he rather hoped U was that rather •'.an that they should itm fell in .djeged retun ba mat King Peter : : Vugoi %  %  v —(C P.) Arana the passing ol Hie aaolution. Mr. Adams iL). said %  thai 1U object a .. %  a caused b] .1 hurricane, I storm or flooding so that immedi. ute relief could be given as necea1 oiiiv.it \ tn Evidence We all remember and know 1 that for the last few years the Chief Justice has. at practically I every sitting of the Court of Grand Sessions, remarked upon the verdict given in a particular case. a*, being absolutely contrary Ptu Io ""* ***eW el the evidence: 1 and on one occasion if I remember rightly, he gave an order thai that Jury should not be summoned HIS XI I I I I M THE GOYKRNOK 1 in 1 r ..1-1 walks aluii* the • orrldo: leading lo ihr Let 1*1 alive Council (lumber* where i %  .1 belli House*. .l the Legislature to the apeeeh he made a:'the re-iiprninj; 11 rctnnn* were hunted hTm by the l"rel to Improei thej go on. Tearh Them Laajic 1 I:..' old 1< irable i' %  points by the amendments proposed in this Bill, however, that are opeii to very serious doubt In the tlrst place there i>. the reinoving of the qualidcation for mem. nol gu^^^, ^H it will have any bership to the House of Assemr.lv vfTecl ln he ong „,„ j fer lent tb. Ike the child ii.eiti.ii. S hool and teach him ,ll!lr 1, %  1 %  % %  he rauve Council Chawnber, replki 1 ,io.b ihe poa ttvm boUi bouses ol the L.-(nslaUue, l<> his •[>.•• h at the oiH'iimg H.E. Attends Legislature HI I v 1 ; ihe tlovernoi racetvad In the Letfa Keep Out The Pone however, that it U my duty U say it. e\-en if it has no effect at all. The hon'ble member who seconded the motion for the second There is the modem theory that ttM Idea of putting qualification in the old days lor membership to the House, was done for the pur"*<" n <* tW Btl ^J^ x hr pose uf preventing poor people aid he had had no objection to Adult Suffrage. f.om sitting m that ChamberTlSal Jfj^sSRsS iufhi*' advocalea to my mind although a modern „ "" ^!?^\?-_ ..Dternretatlon, is entirely absurd and wrong. It wa s done in the old days so as to be certain that |XKi])le who were going to represent the various parishes had a stake in the country, and would not on any occasion vote for any legislation thai would Inflict serious damage on the country without hurting themselves That to my muni :i-. the original object it! doing It. objection to it as 1 It I I practii I am not a great lo%'er of a financial qualification for mem. In r-hi[i of the House, but I do certainly think that we should He then urnl on to nay. how Important was the qualification for membership of the House if we are to try to gel people In the House who are reall? proper and true repre%  enlallvea of the people; that Is to aay. representatives who had knowledge and rommonkense. and the will to do their beat for the people who had elected them. sibl, bette who have Hu n the right Far modiic** sake try U forgcl throe libels like "democratic", and "prairesalve" and 'reaction-r> The problem we have In decide la-day is What sort of ...Mi11n.nl we ha%-e nut Baaf P Ul sort of cl< ate we have sot. If honourable member* .ire li>pnolised b> llu-xterms used b> the Illllll. 1.11 .l.|. \ -. %  ,! %  I 0| ll Secretary >ou Mill *t| ^rounil here and nve e\.-rone Ihe right to vote That Is absurd These I.d.. %  :• %  1 They .ire only "i use i-> Ihe pot I election lime to try to confuse the io irj and get the unIbtnkim; p.ul of the electorate. eai WU b) thenfacile emotions, 'o vote t %  of departrneni liiaheal pnealbte standard >•( e %  aacondl to present tily date AI 21 —\ ( oiilacl 1 ri peat, tiiat ii i~ uuposMbU' to devise quuhlnalions tli.it are ._ perfectly rl|ht Hu; you OBU say short term m.. But the hon ble member did not let the aga l.n vutiug be 25 years opment to IKrimmced so far m .m to tev that the reason why That would be an unprovesaenf .. ..-.., have some qualification In the he has got to be so careful about A ; way of educational standing or the qua I ideations for membership no ...ntct with life A person something of lhat sort. If we of the House is because there is that has reached 2:> has had some do not do that. It Is losleal to Adult Suffrage or practically uch contact, and has learned believe and tn expect that the lime will crime when a Urge malorlly of the members of the House of Assembly will be entirely Illiterate or very nearl> Adult Suffrage now. I have been certain ,n e born. to have lived to 21 years of age and happens neither to be In prison nor in the LunnUc Asvhim That is 'what Adult Suffrage means. quite willing to admit that ith all there Is something to bo said both in for and against any sort of (nullification that you put up, whether it lxIhe old property qualification or any other. You will always have a certain number of people entitled to vote who have m business to be voting at all. You will not get any qualitlcat: n thai is entirely right One has only to look at is happening in Korea the implications which ..ne' mind to convince oneself that every country, especially a small place like ours, should try U) use the nmounl of Intelligence it has by pooling It. We should try to use this intelligence apart from colour, party or anything else, for the good of the country. I feel lhat this particular amendment proposed in the Bill ii a difficult thing to achieve As regards the changing of caUon cannot give people the quarum. that doe* not con%  specially. It Is purely are I say ll will lie a areal Improvement if the members of till-. 4 lumber -nil the Hill Io the Other PtsaM lib thai amendment, s.jim. very well an "111 have Adult Suffrage, but let Ihe ace ol v.dirn be 25 years. You would nol lake away the sole Inini those who have it now. bul do not let us put on anv mure unlit they nave reached 13 rears of age. Again I ask, what know ledie docs a youngster of 21 have of life which would make him capable of %  -uhis vole so as to say who are the right people to covern this country ? Hoys of 21 are not even put In charge of small bu>iiir^.v .ma tbl* Kill seeks to give them the rlghl to elect people Wtte w HI l> islaws thai will affect even Individual In the Island. You havi and ether immediate resources Thirdly. It is intended tn prepare %  long term plan 01 icvelopment possibly related to the term of the n-w sugar agreement, to be primarily horn loan funds, but naturally the annual loan chnrges and other conse %  currant costs will need to !"• covered by additional recur ran) revenue My administration will do its utmost to expedite the prepata tum of tin artal .. in tl 1 inh 1.11 tn (he oetermination of the long term plan of development Fortunately some ol the groundwork has been dm % %  but w completion will necessitate .vine delay, but I trust not undue %  %  %  • %  -i flu t atton of Ihe plan I thank you for your attention At Ike same lime the prtp**al Included prevision of nmdi 10 assail Ihe ( enlral Relief Urgan1.11 .11 and Ihe Paruchlal Kelief t'ommlltee* in obtaining nereaaao equipment and faad* to allow far the distribution of food and medical supplies befere Ihe arrival of a *Urm. Ilonnuiiible membeis woulii reasssOaber, Mr Adams said, that during the Moods of laat Septembei the authorilies had been criticised for acting loo slowly in dealing with the flood damage but H had been pointed out that there were neither medical supplies nor provhoona forthcoming until the had been lapoifasl Forewarned, Korearmed The resolution baton them was to ensure that as soon as il had been reliably reported that storm was approaching thai approprlatt precautions could be taken before d actually struck the island The SI0.ee*. he said, wauld be divided Into three seeUeos—"A" 1 .r.mu at the approach of Hurricane Seaaen. — %  "***— serve for a period of threat — "<"' — Reserve far uae after Use disturbance. Unflsj AV $1,000 will be granttd to certain divisions of the Central Hurricane Itelief Organisation for Ihe provision of tools for those • lepai tinents that normally do not hold Ui. in. provision nf equipment for shelters and Ihe provision of mexhcal supplies and first aid Doxei A grant of $500 will be made to the parish of St. Michael for tools. enjulpmenl and aoun kitchens and .i |ranl Of $100 to each of the other parishes, making a lotal of $I..MKi and .1 grand lotal of $2,500. This money will be expended. "B" provides for the sum of $500 as a grant to the Director of Agriculture and $200 aa a grant to the Director of Medical Service' that, in the event of the Ihreal a hurricane, they can dispense food and medical supplies Io the i'.n islntiefotc the storm develops it a lime when the roads will be lear The distribution will not lake place until a public caution>rm warnlni baa been given ami even then it will be entirely ,t the ili'cretion of these officer* rhether Ol not supplies should la 1 disiN>nsed The lotal under this section 1$700 This money will not be expended niili • "IM. I .. 1bii.it ol danger l'i iei %  (" %  ihe bulanee of ihe funds. $8,800, will be held as a Boaarvi Kund and will only be spent on the authority of the Govei-nor-in-Executive Committee, itml will ha aUooalad after the disturbance by the Commlllce as it sees fit This money will only be expended if damage is caused Mr Allder ilj seid lhat the OOVeramaOt was or should lie a •eia-rous one He fell thai whatever was within its power to do %  i> helping people to straighten out 'hall Ulan circumstance*, should OP dOM Unless some great hinVIM 1 /*/#•;%  \ 1 1:1 sll HMirXI N l 1 .PI RINA POI UKi CMOW8 The puMIc still had .1etc* open Io see the full efleclM of Uw s a a latanee which waa prom (HI by Government after Meptemlin In I'M 1 People who had suffer e*> loaa en that occasion ere •llll Halting even M he WAS walUng. There was a wld>> spread feeling thai too mud time waa belns taken In lh< granting of aaslsUnre and it was his chief aim U urge (iotern menl on the asalter. There were many house. In Si John which, since then we ,• I sad state of need nf r*| nothing had been d.me for the people whose houses had bean cmpletely d.-rtr,.yed In -.-ine %  ui u people were Uvlna In Uttle 14 by H houses nn d hi hoped that Government was not blind lo such situations Maximum Speed Mr Mapp told lh-i Ul the eonslltueu.) which represented, there waa a difficult) with regard the com mltlee set up for rellrf In a of a storm. The difficult! i over Uie matter of funds and who would handle Ihcm ll hoped lhat tinGovernment would lake steps lo make -oic thiil Uie dlflicully would IK snieothened out and leave lh> organlration 1., run with al •'. Ul-L' That was only the Hrst step u he'p in emerneatkn of thai nanin OUM iuesnre> wire ahn '.n Ital In matters of that sort and ho looked forward tn sosing Ihosa Iher way. and means UtVOaUnitecl The educational qualification is all right up lo a point, but edu1 4111 mi I ,1.,, lowing • % %  %  it.3Tth Mi %  aoahiUan Govf. To Discuss Relief Goods Agreement A MKSSAGE f.c.m the Gnvernoc to the leajlslature yeskerday,. Informed th" 1 I that the Barbados Government has been who Invited to accede t<> the itchef .gistcred under Ihe present Goods' Agreement between U.K. qualification of an income of $3 a Oovernmsnl and the Government month Now you are bringing m of the USA. which mise: from masses of people who are not able the Economic Co-operation Agree. What you really wanl t„ earn $2 a month. These are menl people with commonsense. (he aort of peplcr of whom you The Message stales thai It will -" let us be recalled the QovenurteSt of nolaRnrbados acceded tw-the Economic CO-oneratlon Agrwment and In k T so accepted the condition tin Oovcntment of the UnitKingdom should negotiate with Government of the United f America an Agreement antn of iciief goods into the United Kingdom By occe.ir.,; tO the Helnf GOOOM .i.ir Agreement. Ilarbadon will umlertake to gr,.nt duty free entry Into '^ Harbodos li respect of three types niti %  ar.i of consignment f relief goods from the United States, namely— What M.Ps. Want To Know Asked Yesterday In The House M. I '..:.M...; %  111 .11... for ihr Olh.r Fltr, people who will npt attempt the in sjyii K • p TUII V.*. UfBcr. lA>n .Scheduled (.wSi; The Council 1 Ihr tallow--. brsan consideratriin ul %  BUI lo • menel lh H-phe Pr-vpW Art. •vill ut aaain nesi Tin>(;.-!-!%  I!. I %  ISMRvaardln* Ihe U.-MI011 <•* Kcaula aarbarkn t<> !< %  "Hehel Good< Aarre„,-r.ntrnl between Ihe OHSeMBinl af tlie vutotia Ol -ectkHl 1T7 ol lh> TV-Of Ml t'n I ted Kinadiii" and me Oovernnvnit ol 1>1D Ihe Untied State, at Am He also Ubk-d Ihe Publ arl Travel Ima Allowai. iHTlcer.1 Heaulabmis. ISft The Council concurred "" .. ... He-ilullon I" pU*e Ihe sun l II.3SB • itaal of Ihe fimtri-11 in Inc. live Committee lo supple-re-n iha EstimaleISM SI. P' Sfj out MNM1. NO 11 ISM Iron. Hi. r.eeled I IK Ihe Supt-lerMKiarv r.timste. IIWI-SI u-iu • Ihe On\ •- to Ihe HDnouraole 1 No |, •hlrti form l"e .. hedule lo ih Hon* of Aaeembl. reaanatna th'. e..lTi re*)lutlo>i ^SVhed>.led OOVetn Ilexrutlve Cntnii.dl-r to %  >|ipleinenl the Eti.iion.. law limale. 18*0 51 Part 1 C aneiU Ctimals-.. The fobowin* Notice, were -••. aaStanatea \1Arlan, Reaolutlon to SMI IfUti-il. No 3. which Mtm 'l\t schedule the Resula'lnni entitled "The •Sobiir on "*" '" •—.tution. omrer. Loan and Travelling Allowai ReMilntion lo approve the Order en .Vhedi.led OeTlcer.i Reaulall.m. ir*'. Is* au£r lilted 1 i ..nablr CMtlrevi made bj the Uovrinor In KsecutlviCom PrWl atohili Amendment. Order. IPSO made by Ihe mlllee on the SSnd dav of June. 1SWI A.t. IS4T. (iirternor on th* lllh Ma). 1PH1. urmer .nder the provinr.ru ol veetlon 4 of %  — am %  peeUoi %  "( uu e,i. urn,,,, i^aajn ,,.,1 r r ,,,. Penaloni Art, l**r ,Ml..-arte Art. UKI %  It-Mi IIRrml.itton u> ai-e"'" 'he Order enMi Adanwn Re titled -The Per.... ff int oillbll OSS til I ,.,m of 1771*1 at the dlapoMl of 2 nrdar.. ISSO" made Oov.rnor-in-Eaeeutive Co... .•II the ITih Ma>. IPSB pktrnenl uie gatlmaln ISM-51 Par .inner me provmona ol aactlon 1 111 at Capital Eat (male*. %  • ahown In Ihe Bf the Peruiom AH 1MT plrmenlatv EaUmatea ItH-ll N. %  i to >:thOrI>e Ihe Govern.it whirl form lha •ctediile la ll, rei IS enter Into asreement with paraonn to tlor -•" %  • in Ihe Bailxil'x General M—pllal Mr Arlanw ReaoluUeO to D|ae •i anv rt the followm ofnee*. namely .„m of HJM at the dlapoaal of .... Medical Superintendent. Spertalm BurGovernor in-gMecutlvr Cnmm %  m seofi; Specialiil PhvKiai. apeauiiiat pie me. i the Eatimatr* ISSO-'i pa" 1 and Medical OS. -nt Eallmataa •• ahown in the lupId the (ondmon. wl otil in the hed ,le pi* f %  I.nm the rtved.,li In ihi* re-ol i.rove the Order enMr Adam• „ — .mport putlea r.latina I .,„! lha Licence %  tabled two queMiona. ene %  .. %  Harn H .n Mil ilw Ihti.ih aiirt Ihr other rfj'ii"! w.H Da.' pav b -e or th* Gov%  relief r-d. tn b,i1k r..n.l-n*d froen a ircoBniad rharltablr nnran%  ratlon In lha United (Hat. t. .imllae ore, nlt.llnn In lU.'^d, I. Maaidard pacha which are c.iroimM bv an Individual In Ihe United oeifanliatton to an inUvldual or lo ganlaanarhaataa Foi both ."I %  ^ IJi. % %  ti* 'l Pdeieai lhat ua*oma a III MII' ..oh du'v free tC*M ahall be .trrre-l bela.ee>. I> Cm. fniteO KingriD %  I'l.ited SUtaa %  In th* cai nf relief Sa-adi m l...lk the •tlpul.i....... %  MaKh %  rfcages *.hWh are parrala io weUjht -wit bv d %la4a lo individual m Barbadoa t>,|. Uae er.lry will l-e .noede-' %  parcel' m htnaj t* their ronianta /. ..n.ited io l.a-irdad cb.Uilng. food, mrdl-al auppllea or aoep Tin'I' vrt,men! 'if I I duty free treatment <.f relief gc-rxlt. art l<. • .-, lann ( Amenrlnient) Ae> 'T!"** %  Ihei leaisUUen *lli be, ranc. M .-.,...if, |0 [.ri.vnle eu.'-imi duty Board In ,..,. %  ,..,• %  ,.,...,. tvpc? punente of relief goods If the U-rialature agree "o aeA Rewii. ion if taaun „, wkMi cede li th*Relief Package \gieeMSDO i. %  •: s-. • ,rv of Slate for be inform.-d ac,.;,ngl. and the l.gisl..' I i.v tr asa r y \ Implement the Agreew m ment will therejfter be introduced. •jj I > receive back pay on the same basis as that already paid to casual workers employed by the Government? Mr E. D. Motlley -. iI. wherh li-aoltiimn %  .. %  l Renai,. •'.i and LaWella.c Order ISSo 1 m-de b%  • of JJI Mi Relief (mil in it I DowdiRi their wa (B) said that lush; ny misundcrviews of that the Question. quota tn Hi' linding us lo :n. Ide of the House i i would add hi: discussion. ii ana nil the (Hiteorae of i letti %  hleh ;is written by the VegU .( st OenrtJi to Ine Qowernmeni .. .' n .-... %  written li Bap lei and certain useful point! i ..i bean shown then, but no repl) i,ui been received until earl) n ineurreni yaai Thej were then ten) ;i lettei asking them to form .1 llmti. mi • Ou Page 1 WHEN CONSTRUCTING OR REPAIRING A BUILDING ALWAYS USI-; 1 i 1 1 11 1 1 ASIIKSTOS-CEMFNT CORRUGATED S ll 1:1:1 S. Ilium will he iuippv \vilh BAIRN'S-WEAR SHETLAND WOOL A Wuiiiilulli UgU Hiur 1.11.1 While. 1 .. |>l> \MHI1 in l*ink. Halls en. h ,">2c. Illiv.' 111.* IOIIOWIDJ l"i \.mr K.IIIII .: m .il> .1 AII.KTS AKKII KMTTIN". NKKIII.KS HUM: ( KOCIIKT IIIHIKS. %  .. I. TATTI.N SIIUTTI.KS. I.l.ll CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LID. 10. 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street isA ReaaXoi %  %  %  M SJaaaaaj Cr... I-,... .,., •Jf In view of the Orucial communications and corre'pondencf which have appeared in the Prev In connection with the Petrolwirn Act IWO.—will the Qoven give tl f., leu ng information (a) How were applications in vited lor Ueeneei to progpeel for Oil* fb) How were application* made' f>) Has tho Ancillary nights Commission been set up'' fd) ir not. why not"


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SIX IIVRItADOS U.WliATK WEDVFSDAV. 1VSF. t* If-'" BY CARL ANDFRSON YOUR OLD FAVOURITE BACK AGAIN STARS MATCHES SWEDEN'S BEST MATCH OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE. Vigour Restored, Glands Made Young In 24 Hftirs •MM. mmftwrnw V!';"' I BOO* *l**p. b-u. nai dlfvrd trwble&n '.t firm, la ab*ftl-ty fcarmi !" .1 lth Und op-ratloM and )• n*w joutta Ui4 Uj-ur l*> rtci„ „ wofka dlratliy on ounar. To.r • I'M aparala. rou raalallv* and toll c( Toothful viator and powr *rd thla aisaalnf, ItW tUM and vleour hai h*n peir-d by ihouan3* m *m-M. and la now dlairltatnt by iMmrni nruadar a guarantee or %  alula:ton i t "** %  > back. vl.Taba %  m*k t.u falB of J=T_ -—• %  .. —i -n4 from 10 lo Vi rely NMUM ay b Vi-Tabi... '-im Kukri britiK mi Rheumatism. But Kheumatism and Pains in the Joints can be conquered by SA4IIOOL Keep a bottle handy. On Sale at knights Drug Stores. -• Ideal for intimate personal use 'DETTOL' T M I MODI RN ANTISEPTIC IjLBASANI tHD GlNTLI i) NOT 1) iriORfcNI >\r> R n a r v /'TNdcrp. peaceful deep Nilort find. Af A restore vour tired IHXIV. rebuild trt >u a new ...... of well-being. > Itatiilng *Ueo by drinking %  ci hit deficient, food hevrrattr • • act* In an e-ntirelt natural wav. aiion and quickly make* vou r peacefully Dvaltinc '-. provide* bet opportunity t^. trrnutli and energy, inJ iv t IOU can do much to en.ur.tl.iP t OvaUtM 1 at hednme. completrlv free from drug, and It. aoottltngj influence aid. relax%  pilvc to deep. A. IOU deep of the hlghevt loo nutritive value hkh help to renew Krec-Bfc and energy. • f> .It.ne %  bo po**e**e* valuable tonic propeetal winch OOBttrUMia i. %  d* a healthy nvrvom *vtetn. Tor lhe*e rea-on. %  Ovaltine 1 deep ntU a „ .I pou n aw.ke In ihe morning hrif hi-eved and buoyant. r.-J. t W ^r.-. : the day wftbctM** tulneia and confidence. Ovaltine JiredNature's Sweet Restorer



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HHIMSIIW. JINK 28. 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'M.I -IMS CLASSIFIED ADS. $10,000 For Hurricane Relief SECOND TEST MATCH A#-* %  • %  < %  m lao*IN MEMOftlAM %  %  1 ITiiVl. OX** *ho o.p*i H That ..ever can The flower* e 1 Have withered I Bui the low 1 ana KIDOI Will *vr fade .Brother.' V %  on 1BUUM-1 B%  in%  I.. .-1 kj )• .% % %  • >-:. QMM %  —m %  rih.-i-. Cirri da r. Randolph U*t*ri. Elrruna Johnfcm w Qibaon FOR SALE AUTOMOTIVE %  >i lone i—.1" Mf| ilttd (01 the MM l.iggag* BlnK H CAR ''I' 1•"> 1 1 i .. 1" c B Htrvrr lion. Chli-l Church ,.. .1Hall* planla HIM -n CAR ill BCMUH n 1" I'M U 1 \ 31 W I • From rage 5 Senior member for St. John to W that the Wl Belief Commi'tee They had rthe Colonial Secretary more lhan It In with a vengeance and rebatsman of li.. .phed thai they would do no such once There was no Question of duced England %  ing repuucentury when it %  ning until Government complied lie glect whatever The Govern"*> lm J nothing. Seldom 11 •** *" * '> -,lh the point* which had been me nt deplored a* much as anyhas %  English aide been cmWflHtU 1KB M jv.-nto atKl body the case of htnaM which P*** outplayed as* du.u.g %  < % % %  %  .,> soon off the i, wees. w^nW-Jv rfSLi hiS >t two davs. he said, and added Cttl to three %  g_^J£W 3_. SKftl that follow-.n. the batsmen *•* %  • T£ n ££jX!hZL te1v it waa the bowlers wlurated. They may be hard word, out The first six L.IUK.I the board certainmatch came when Jtnkii OOTI ton 111 imall cottage* i Fully fu.ri*hed t x'-t and .HI. itmm HaUr Gap a* %  XCTttICAL Drop I Ire Cream I Ba. ;.( I %  -., ..-. v Apub Ralph rt.AT rul.> lurnl.hed %  OCM liiifn and n KODSl ruily fumiahed houw In flr.t '•as* residential district. mil !" from •'•n 3 bedroom*, 1 living n-mu. i*ual ofBc** Prom July In IBM. to January lit 1M1 Apply U Kit C Dowdlng Dial 4 ItS l.f ta—t r n l-i^rrAlRS APARTMENT TkrM niifiiniialird moma. on* vary lara> and n>ol. mr't with running walri Dial 4AM M > .• Vll I \ UN II. %  .,„. |,| AuauM. i brdioonia. I dmnng room. 4 Th •Jilrr. rlrrirK Applt Noimi Ui-jdnumD,1 H,M Dwpiw %  IM III H VtlTA AUCTION >ltd Mahoaanv Unla >HH old -Sf*t r Mm E Ci\< nrv COW-giving 14 pit milk d.,ily Apply Colin Wdknlt. Hrlllon. Mill • SO In MECHANICAL Brcvcijcn phuiipH|m in I in— in li %  GARAGE Dial 401* id llrti-Dlra fOURTESV 3610 In TYPEWRITER "Rmni|l UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER lart\ Maaoa T will Wtl nu lurniiunt at Hoai l- of mi,m.,ti the UraeUaT of Agriculture l-i-ti iliuir Altar Waniinji They in St. George did not think that that wai the sure way of solving that problem It was their mo tion that immediately after the cautionary warning, the food should be distributed regardless of whether the Director of Agriways seem to he should say that." but the Secretariat !" olutely overwhelmed with V c "*^ di.inbuuon w 0 7 K "*"Thoi/ho\iae7""which "had v appear Ic;!""> £•" XUP P J'r.^eI ^n eomplnelv demobthed had The Detail* n not been rebuilt because of the lack of a staff. The llonourahlr memhet M'.fM When the Te-'. .'. tlnued this monung JenUnl bowled tne aral aval Iroan the pavilion end with Redser tnnul %  leg stti .aim that iilture had some whim u. daatra -ugaesting to I he should not do so. He w .lilted the [a-odit Ol the House to ponder On* nucaliou. Mncp leaving the distribution of the food In Iha hand of the Directoi of Agrirulture* was not tin* %  •i : procedure. There should bo i' rule Ijid down that after the k:iiiii>nary wjviung had been •iivt-n, tlie f.Hxi should be dwtrlbutcti at cartatn specnuii points 111 rw the island was struck by a tidal damage the among others who had turned ling (rom ItM "• •town the proposals for Larreas bowler opening with a maiden. mc the *uff because of their Both batsmen were proceed traditional feelings ftf a) n*.\v--i% lltrWl] UMj D) ihe hfth i bringing foreigners to All up the£: ' '<"' (.reaches Thai member awElsMad Btollmeye( ie.li.sl ^ nerel> an ohstru< lionUt Ther %  forward to J. ukmll llellVi waa no wisdom In prevenlin %  v.is l-eatcn !>' the Gmernment from aeqairta. ^ owled the proper staff merelv becauMfjj Jeffrey had f.uled to get g •f Hie stupid tlarbadiaa I vletion that only Rarbad ""ill! do anything well One of the things which was being contemplated by Government wag to give people credit for a bit short u ... irttp the crowd. It wag a lovely' shot, calculate*, and m on Jetton in Janh %  !. ajejM ... %  tesaBejei had i lunjad Eeevfard ooli t" baai bli r "i.ket collapse lehind tiiin. It am %  LJ'> tot "<.tii %  | l M( in> taining Headlea %  • dotnii the douw t Lord Raj I raentiallj defeiutl .< %  game, but UM doe* hit anything HWBB I %  rtth u*eEnencloui powai The first morning, but had hatted beau> the morning On page R foaenna ib.-i* A* %  W.rd. Chaele. War-! | Margar** "%  -• .h Brad•Iiaw. btn i rwtmiiie* I SEAWELL n\ u at n i It"* I ••• IK %  Baaaj n..i'Oacar Oui %  Mii.r, l*.n 1 caprin* lho value Q* !hc houses which hud ed Wa then m.UpnlitHi U' IIIIUMS which had been n ill. i-l demolished It might h Hi n troverninent *>• too bu*i but while they were law busy I Die people hssi no house in whirh to it*e. tmrnm MM not have to deiiend on Ui* r^ relatlreg for aheller at night There were not tn a poMlinr -ust.nn the effects of another storm god he Imped that II would be iwver but %  •* lea u'k before HHI ve.irs that anothi-r jmo SU ch hurricane would itfllN ,. „hirh would along jut before the people were Udand greater part of to go Into the house* at the l'ine They all had %  tootsy UaOUght been washed away or otaMaTWll the means by which they might Bet credit in u lumber yard They would then have to repay Government over a period of time, the difference between what the original and the new house was worth. The Pine Solved Matters In the case of St. Michael. was an easy matter, would have it, the storm rrOg ANIIt.l e. anarvingloii i i .M BT It 1 \ l-..latoi>n llraaMhaw. Hf.ed.-i naming leeman Boi;l B I FROM ST KtTTS Mr. Margery Ty*s-i Hi Kama)* MrYvonne ,.,,s, MtltMM.il I Cle* !" ttvr* i rAari ui It i f M i FOB HeW.r Jb-rt Nicl. Carlo. Ralesai %  t • ii ..:'.., o*s>rg> < %  v..-..-I. ioa awi n 19* %  % %  I i"r -*s II vs M.Ui-well. -.. MAIL NOTICE Mail* 1 .. 1, %  m by ll>s S iKai lf e*iad pest onk* 1 %  Mall ai l am. W*gJHgr**t %  fall .r o'. tn* istb JVI-.. is SHIPPING NOXaet TVKKEi-ft One Beonre hen wltn %  half-bred linker chick. e. Art hi %  ...ilUoietre -t ...ndiiion A Cn Ltd. NTXDIJ9I lor your record player ill kind, including Ruby and Sapphire •eml-penrianaol Media* to play a*v*> NEW PUVTTXJia-Dinah Bhor*. r-ri StaaSr*. Blng and all th* real to *nd ae, but Quick. A. BAJIK1S ft CO.. LTD RETRKAO price* CM %  M "< SUM. W Z_",' U.J-. ,-ai-h Engr Tralalgai .,-, al *pet a) pany. _. Auto Tyr* ComStreet. PhoM %  tl %  M—l UNDER T HE IVORY HAMMER Friday June joth at 1 p m a* rod Royal Oarage. Si Mkhael'* Row. ill Ford • h p btoi*n vallae. A quantity wallaba wood. One III brown valise, quiintitv of flour. Two. lib. Una butler Bis II Una grape fruit Juice. A quantity .rf codlUh. FOrii-iv.., 4? I dol. O.BC Torchlight ballerie*. Two I?I boltle* IJmacol. and *evel other "ilerrat D'ARCV A BCOTT. Govemn>eal AorUouere UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER II '. Niirn i Mr* J A Marshall'* Sal* at "Cover|ar Chrl.t Chvinrh will be on Wadne*aaV *U> land il not lonrludedi Thuc*BHANKIR. TROTMAN ti CO.. Bridgetown and would "destroy It was not possible for ^uch when their Rltnda turnedIto IW almost ail the load in ihe Island, smooth re-adjustment In th • increaunn I'i'i' %  '-'• f lumber .. they on the hills would be left, eottnlrv districts he BtWMMBtei WOOdered wnetl I liiouth In happy securlt* from He was glad that the junior ( ,c.overnui<-i,' MUM nof nave %  the tidal wave wilhoul any food member for St Andrew went %  Ith^ltjmbai > "d <>f Rl own or. If they were needed, any him t 0 see what the position *••,*. medical supplies in thnt parish. * Special Attention Another matter tif moment wa-* In many cavses the hotiM-*juj r MIdir il-l nijgl were too old to be repaired It tlms.people who wen Its" Old and would only have be*n a ***** unabli la repair their hOU of time and money tr>lng to reghollld be gtvao BpaejBl ioiiM.ii i pair them They had come un UOO b) li.iv. innienl der the rategorv ol house* U. he Mr Foster ll-l said tli.it the rebuilt tin Sunday he had lieen leader of Ihe House bad ViBit Id III SI. Joseph seeing about Ui" m ArXlreU BBst -en OOndtttoni same matU-r. and onl> that nerf„r himself Some ol the DOOf lling he had been trying to eon i*-l.houses in th. pinisha* vinee some won|n thai Go* ( n v,„ h .1 sUtv Ot dlsrepal eniment as engaged In lo*ihhiknew % %  ( I caai Ing after Ihe demolished hous.-. l, H i> was fm.'! to take shellei He had asked the Junior M 1 .,, u„ Am Iflht, but ber for St Andrew whether the unfortunately she WBJ Uirown 1 I „ work would not be more qulckU by the Churchwarden who said vhBI was the use of a Hurricane done through Mr. Huynes and the that there were people In t.ie Relief OHnmittee, which, when cliiburrawncnto than purely by dlftricl set Ihe task of gettirrg infomialion Government undertaking it He as to vast damage done and had had been of the opinion that the after the better part of throe nrst method was the beat. TIM days of toll got the much needed people would be iealnus In nng ir.formation, then 0 per cent of to the lumber yards and BC^uli work was done in vain' (heir materlul to forward their I'Dleaa an arganliation was set work and it would all be dom up whereby the work of such mo re quickly. He would astuu a Committee could reach fruitne Senior Member for St John tlon. judging from the dela> in tl|tfl (1 wa unnecessary to act In the exeeuUon of their proposals _-_ hl , h ,|. "Nil Wit*" They would really be "Hit wits. Ii uae'an expression thai the Junior member for St Philip was fond of using, to know of th.' misery of the peoi>le and not try jo alleviate it and prepare to fl a, any such recurrence. ght the Buftfaanoa 01 uwhat still existed, the %  ftarnaBtb 1.1 SfSpMrnbar last year. After rnany Of them had fatigued themselves in getting a complete list of the damage done to the houses iii St George, the assessment was luiA.ii.liii to the aulhorK.ee. Kven Now — No Help Sometime had elapsed and they had eventually received a letter picking out certain names In instances in which there was compaatB dtsti-uchon. no help had, even up to then, been given. But ould of necessity wonder whether in event of another hurricane. Just such teal would he exhibited. They would. In his view, be going about any %  urh future duUes with somewhat dampened ardour. un>f** Ihere was some change. Mr. Adams (L) said thai he had pointed out on the last occatlMt had <" live in them II, -.ml thai the particular individual tried her best to earn %  U*seUhod during tin d %  hurt him to see the cnnditi"n ol he 1 house which was unlit for u dog to live tn. much less a human II. appealed to Government to d -..iiK'thiiii: in !he matter H quicklv as possible. The Kesolutlon was e\.titii;ill\ p.i' i-l MOSTBKSI. AISTBAIIA NSW LAMP llftS urn IM A N 11 ITV or DntPP'' Ad. table May IBUV aUR*ourre %  nd s4ney Juna 14th. BrUOaae Ju ;iti arruiiig al TtlrUdad about Jul> %  !4 I1HIT WEl-UlN'.tON J..l> Augurt. Ittiaban* early Au mid July. Braw 1 Mfe ltd Aiaguit 1 ..,-..„J..r rhea* i-hill*d. hard ftolei (-*g*ja .reepta-t BBJBI .. %  1 p •uh. "" %  i-""ii ..1 in ud %  I01 rB-.tv.do*. W-S-e-*. and ruRNaaie, wmiv a co Agenta. Tftnldad DA COBTA A CO i-TI Agent*, n-rl-rt... 11 1 111: at V .Hie %  %  atsl Th* M V %  %  N %  fa a at 1 II || j NaX l"al No 4IMT Cauadiau National Steamship OI IBBOLNII AN C1IA1 l-KNUIH I AD, II.IDNEV i'AN. CRt'lSlll LADY Mi .AN IhMII M.I I I \1IV Ili.ONr \ I.AUY NE1-SUN rd lull %  i li.U lit July n %  3uh Ana 11I1S.U IADV Ml I.Ain rlODNKY lAIH NFIAON 1 Am inn)Nr\ I UM Ml-"'. UM tilth Jin I ..:, t II. A., l-lh *e|. Masunl M \ m. ii.l -*.p Hh Oci %  7>r*frfrj a StSCO Paint fat evetu put pole . SISSONS BROTHERS GARDINER AUSTIN *% CO., LTD. Agent*. I COMPANY. LTD T 7l" sion that that matter had been honouralile member for St *'''''"\ ( REAL ESTATE AU'DMJiNHAM-. PINT, IUM I......: a vary devlrsble realder ;rw 1 rood* SAW -one 1 -1 H P. 110 V. 50 C*cl* Clreuta. Saw '.oe .een It W.lli-.n roaany U miUd. aaJJW-a a "irrOVSV-One *1Triple Dutwr Oa Range Apply Clllton Terrace. Upper uay Rlree* Telephone ai „_._ WANTED HELP A qualined Nure for 81 month, plus fIB.tfl C0.1 of Lavn Apy^l"-" %  '" %  "" Ul Ceittnc-te. f^wird.d t.. Dr W H B Jo Fllangowan. not later lhan Mood. July ItM Any further rarUeular* tamed i !" m th* P M O Signed A. A. Clerk, Poor lai* Guardian*. SI I. %  1} y> ^n Briaa f—daii ...Jlng and dining room*. Iwnic i,.|io..nw tl with rurvning water'. u*u.i ..iivrmenees, butlory. pantry and ,tchen Electricity, water and lek %  vailed In the yard lh*r* are ervant* room" arag* etc and the ground* compri*. _i*n and garden* ln*petlon by appoint ment wiu. the Iwner Mr. D 1Johnaon Diil 3I The above proparty wUl b* '-*t up loi ic by public competition at our ofllc* MIIC* *tr**l. Urblgrtown. on Friday nth Jun* Inalant at 1 p m. vr-AHWOOD a DOYCE. BolKllor* J S 50-lXn. 1 1-KOPEHTV: Gaietto Road debated In the House, that the Parish of St. John had been better treated than any other. The Churchwarden of that parih had gone further lhan was thy 1.11 > (if |he Giivernment because he had been lold to go ahead lle> had done repairs and building at a scale which no one not even Government had ever contemplated. Thank Cod for That He himself had gone with the PI Hl.il tlMlllS B. in perfect KC ul land. 1 fruit ti** .ituatad U. 0*M t I r. t so a*SAINT VlNCrjCT WXKKI.Y Al siaiVlCi: Nuw 11..he* poaalble W* holiday* Under one nuiagenienl KATIIO MHI. TOWER HOTEL H. Vincent %  nd BUNTfY CAR1DBEF, i.n-lhe-w Bequla Uland ofler* all Out can b* doalred. neau mi Ktxery, eaa-batlung. ftah ing. M _. culaln** and =*' RATER M 1*1 11 w 1 par day For further deta r*a*r*aUona gJUUJL Q. ROOKS to be a good one. probably the best mstrmtive suggestion tW had ade lor a long lime. He quite agreed with hi s suggestion about S distributing of the food and -Heal supplies as lo Its 1 easily and quickly done. Mr. Garner (01 *•"* Jj (iovemmrnl had MMMjalillJ man, thingtn the ltod ..uesii.-n but C;overnment had al r.iimi in much. one gl hlch they had f*"T 1 Sealy, Cenlial Fnuikdr-. I.t.l W.t kii to*. i FRESH CARROTS CHEAP Wholesale and Retail DOMINICA MARKKTINt A(.i:scv (Ipiioslic r> Operative Hank f^ HARRISON LINE P OUTWARD THOM THK UNITED KINGDOM: % %  Pl-ANTEHLORD CHUIU-H%  Ari.AMTIAN" "HISTOBIAN' •T( (MEDIAN" laver.ool 1 Atndon tendon OlBSgOW U*nrnool 17th Jiitw 17th June niiii June 1st July tith July DM Horbatfee 301 h June lad July Uth July ISUi Jul |8i : Julj %  WANTED by the Barren' romnilttee i* AatSBtSNl to Uka h..rm ..I i,..(. %  a,„. ii .1... m '" % %  saraafi A knowledge of tvpe-.illi.g Id de-irable Appllca wrilllkg to The Chairman. OarbadnPilbllclty Committee Co The Becrelary Informaiion Bureau, P"*r He-d OITICF. CliKKS 111 m-hs. with good education and prrviou* ofBce espaneri 1 ^ l lo'lb* P sec'.eiaT. Erk.i.ln Bwoth-r.. Bay Blrea* I will offer for *atc by Public Cbmpetlilon at my oBV* Victoria Btrcrl on FRIDAY 30th -1 V -• " "*%& called CAMEl.OT' .tandlng on 1S.SH |iut* feel, at CHELSEA ROAD, houw contatna closed galkwy. drawing, dining. 3 b*droom. with rUBStSng wat t,-.ri.ta*i room. KllChrnette l> B1WUIII Near Royal Yachl Aquatir riub* N D N"W Ihat lh* Ooveinmcni ha mad* the road, to the Bay Ettaii there i* ufficl*nt land for build I m angiher bungalow wllh an entrane thi* new read For impectioi on the pratmrae* lo th* own* day exerjtf SUNDAY iroan 4 30 Toi rotidiilori* term* of nsle ZHT, R. Archer Mc Kaniie 33 %  So—Sri InsUnci I HAVE YOU GOT A I v COLD or COUGH 1 IF SO TRY :; BROWNE'S CERTAIN COUGH 1 CUKE i , --:CII aaiai VLncont NOTICE ( MONTBOBlVsisMA CAIR. UW*S1I NOTICE fHEREBY Ul VEN J*'-' ^" LIB Cai d^eaaed. Ute of Thicket lauvd. I"JI par-.h of band Philip in tbli|UU.odw_ dTed on the ran day ol Octobrr. lt#, nd in partKi icnted to th* .all Shll.toiic, Hal" , Mraar*. CotU*. Calfurd fill YOI B IN* NSKDa — C ANDREW D KHEPrARD CoFB ARMSTRONG LTD HHIDGETOW' tAHHADOB The Unlqu* H*m*dy Cold*. BronchllM. I lloaraene*!. Bronchial Whooping Cough. Dlaei Chest and l.urtgi IMPORTANT NOTICE Thr Hupply ol HUaril '' U licins i .MiiiiiL.-.l prndIn. HfotUUM.. Tb* Barbadus Gas (o„ no. C. CARLT0N BROWNE .; M !„.l.-.lr *• Or*.'" 1 >; 13. HcbOf* M, DUI 1811 ;. ,:::w.:ws.' % %  • %  % % % % %  %  %  %  % %  %  r .-.-.-.-.-.'.'.'<*.'-*'*"-vi'.-.vi.-.-. ill! HARDEN ami •• VatCaMMN HAltltlS I'HOTO atTUDIO will be closed during the month of July. C. D HARRIS, Proprietor. 10 6 % %  <> — In. HOMEWAItD KHt THE UNITED KINGDOM" ClOaM In nnrbarfoj 29111 JUBH Vesirl AnVlSKIf lAdtl) 0LADST (Ml I MI'I.K ARCH Liverpool Londan i %  Earl] July July For further particular! apply to DA COSTA & CO.. LTD-Agcnts. cm <; %  *:., niA.\!s;,vii.f%^TiQiK FRBNCH LINE .Sattinfl lo Trinidad .S'ailinr/ to Plymouth GASCI (ONE 1 i JAM*' iGNE oAsa iNK" I;ASI'K;NB" jid July, loso lUlh August. 1950 Uth Sepl 1950 blh Nc < l,iUln-li. Apply 'lin-1 ( MINI Ii FOB STOf K-TAKINO Kind,. I.i.lll yn.lc llcl.es line i.niil FRIDAY, Mfli JUNE I III CENTRAL llc.,,..l Slc.i-I anil UI'IMII „ %  II,' "I ,yi N O T I C E STOCK TAKING WILL THE KRII.NDS AND OF THI. CUSTOM KK.> S. P. C K. In your bathroom a tin of Purolpowder always ought to be ready, for in powdering yourself after chc bach, you make yourself freih andcool again, it prevemi superfluous perspiring and abrasions. Purol powder also heals all kinds o skin-diseases and ea. prickly h KINDLY NOTL THAT DEPARTMKNT WILL BE OUR BOOK CLOSED FOR STOCK-TAKING — ON — Thursday 29th Juno 1950 — AND — Eridav 30lh June 1950 CROWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT RINklNG THE NEW CROWN GINGER ALE



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Wedneaata; June 28 l SO Batfraiwa Walcolt Hi Is Test Century va England W.I. In Strong Position 561 Runs Mrocate Hrlcr: nvi: rt.Ms Yen,ft Hold Lead W.I. 326 and (for S) ENGLAND Of — 356 — 151 i CQZJFgj T LONDON. June 27 life Utbl INDIES lirsi TrM tut..r> in KiiKlanil If well in siylil tad it would he u IwutMM trick on the part ill mwm Korliimshould ruin or other art-, of fete rub a hnr learn ..i so deserving a reward. This will hp u buttle lu which each and every man has onli ihuipd his sharp. In inprp figure* \V-sl Indies hy scoring :SXti for livp wickets in their second innings lodu> have established a |,. rt d of Mil runs. The batsmen on Saturda. 'idav and the bowler* gloriously yesterday have put lit their quota The batting contingent, opener* and the W formation well supportii IIV DM rank*, have raited rampart of run* which England an likely to find it impossible to Bu" chief ted it noes MHI ti doughty warriors. Alfred Valen. i tine and Sonny Ramadhin There B nothing I can add to what I said about them yesterday, but I should mention the plauattast excuse submitted by Hill Kdri.n What Kdrich Said Hi had been laj happier ..; Manchester against Ramauinn and *ald It was becauac the Mht screen 1Q the background thengave a better chance ot seeing the bowler* delivery At Lords there 1* no sight screen at the end and Edrich claims that th >*iBkc I! doubly difficult to detcit tbt break It is an excuse, gooo a* excuses go, but the Cab) rs> mains that Grlmett. 0*Bl*U> Verity and all the otlu had tiic aajM .ci.enless background Walcott CUM nit" his m He had been questionahl ed in the lind inning 1 the prexa picture added to Ihl doubt—and Evans missing him tocay was mere poetic justicr n, ^riving on* the back foot was %  joy to behold. Altogether il anM I charactii i t" InnlnM, although he did not often Indulge In his favourite sweep to leg But he wallowed in cover drive* and orlves back to the bowler Some people may consider Walcott* hundred in 218 minutes oo the slow aide, but It must be remembered that the field was giving anything away He hit he fourteen 4"* to that time, but had seldom used the late cut probably realising that danger threatened if he did because of the placing of England's field. This was his second century in test cricket having made 152 at New Delhi and he probably appreciated the fail that hi* first one on English Tin! Was made .it the game's, hcadquui :, i What fan I Say T What cajS I -ay about Woncll and Weckes" II 15 not possible to gild the lily nor Improve' upon nature'art This pOOf pen Li really inadequate to describe these two masters at the wicket All comparisons are odious and it would be unforgivable of me to contrast their showing with any English batting I have seen. They have all the stroke*! and then some. Comer was in his best form batting with a well-judged mixture of defence and del .-, %  fl wn* not spectacular, but executed lome beautiful cover drives alonr Valentine, Ramadhin Get £10 Each .Baibaa.. AK.uIr I <-rrr.a.ar.|> PORT OP SPAIN. June 27 fihadose Sagan Mara), popular local sportsman and turfite walked Into the offices of the Gsardlas and inquired the London address Of the West Indies cricket team When the Guardian obliged MaraJ immediately sent a cable t. Valentine and Ramadhin "in appreciation of their Splendid biwling." and attached a cheque for £10 for each man Mara) rose to great heights tie Trinidad business world after l humble beglnnm* in life lie bought out the dock* lie at the American base here during th< war for a terrific aim He told the Guardian he greatly admired Ramadhin whom he knew personally, and Valentine. v-hom he saw at the trials here Ust January, for their awaking bowling Shaved For A Century 1 From Our Own r\>i respondent' LONDON. June 21 Barbados wlcketkeeprr-K.. man, Clyde Walcott arrived in England clean-shaven In his first four innings he *core.l 48 not out. 58. lu and urn Then Clyde decided he Would like to S row a moustache, which Id. A scries of low scores, broken only by 0 century against Somerset, followed. Clyde thought again and deciding that hi*: moustache was not bringing him any luck he shaved it of? Just Lhe start of the second test here at Lords And today. amid scenes of wild .nthuslosm he made his maiden century against England, shorinc with Gomcr. in West Indies Record unbroken sixth wicket stand Will he now remain cleanshaven? "I shall certainly think twice before growing it again'" waf CvdaVB comment this evening L. A. GOVT WARDS OFF CHALLENGE LONDON June 21 The British Labour Government defeated by 20 voteWinston Churchill's strong 1 on its handling of the Schumai coal steel merger proposals But when voting took place on a Government amendment asking Parliament to approve itatt; tude toward* the plan lha majority dropped to 13 The OOB%  ..-. %  %  by 309 VOtta against 261* It ailed on Britain ti. join the present Schuman plan talkwith the reservation that she could withdiaw if the scheme was not practicable The Government amendment—carried by 309 voteto 29*3 — welcomed the IftltlatlVi shown by French Fnreici Mm Ister Robert Schuman was not possible foi Dritau take part in talks which ODfB ittod lu 1 In advance to thi plan, but expressed the hope that she might be able to Join later Figures indicated that Government ranks had voted for the Churchill motion Conservative 1. fl Churchill -aid that be like the attitude ot tin Government m wringing "this larsa question'' of the Schuman Plan on Bntaii W %  .p lha Co naer vatiTs at %  %  %  La 1 t ;>" 1 : h a n dli n g of lha Schumai Plan rtagotiattona Mi Churchill saM' tulle sure th %  lid never have actad in this manner towai b %  otnei British Government than thi TRUMAN ORDERS ACTION IN KOREA .. .,=.:?*—2L I ..--f?%  %  -->. *g w MM )s| Armed Bandita Kill Shopkeeper: Beat Up Wife. IBartMdoi Advoralo C.wreapondpt.t %  PORT OP SPAIN. J Within earshot of tiie police station and near to a church. Robert Chan 4(>-ye;ii-old Chinese S ipkeeper, was murdered on iday niKhi i>> armed thlevea, and his wife, who went to investigate. %  .' % %  Mrs Chan told police thai while she was standing in the shop. two men approached bar front behind and knocked her unconscious. They next bludgeoned her husband, whose bead ed in. nnri he dir't aonte hours later in hosrilal The shopkee) e. put up a grim struggle againal the intruders a.the evidence and lintn..U\ ,i< • illllll.il wllllOUl a Hl)l|| til araraMg ihe> west under M special ohliiallun tu .ludv our eearveaussrce vnaefe adaar lare SBS9KM i" <.fi.rni ed." The pranch G 1 leeli&g thai the Bi 11 I Cow CiaJlal Port Lgr Seen tary were lloslllito thi piropesji unity and tend a meeting PIM M u iiouglil M> < bun 1 ill sal 1 that "if the peach aeded 1 1 U it lha British Soeiallal Party d nd G einnient are hi 1 ould not find more condualvi than the artreocclinan p phlel i-SMieo bj lha National I "' ,h Lai Parli penn unlly timed in such curious manner that I ,.m 00J caii it the da % %  -• i ot ,,„!!, 1denee." _rt r-lrr> Did Trj.loid in IBM to-1 k\ ak-oll tilio In' ^ %  1 da> Ir.l.til.v lies t y whioii n, ^.,1 1 tare. 10 11 i;im iin. ha -are IV nateh -h.n h>-rr holr,i | | real rea|ar3 la England -•' 1 ard • 1 made lull a n t e nna, hat ii waa the u UlnMsaa Ulr roverla the bownriar) tu rompletr ITaiMM at HI MOI out CisjU a l >'-.. ATTACK Q\ KOREA IS FULL SCALE INVASION SAYS ATTLEE COMMUNISM WILL i.s.ow\ -NOW USE WAR" 1 SO) IE I I .K. \\ ILL SUPPOfl 1 L .3.A. VIRtMAFl Austrulut Sentis lHnnOi'i.s Policeman Char ,nil in. -M.I %  were thrrrforr Indadcinc in uim' spirited Ifibhylng When in. Advoeaie Joined the group the Second In. land Heal hid,,-Teat Match a the subject of the dlaeaaaaaa*. Kve n the < tu plain waji .nun<)i>tio K io the debale Mr Adam*, leader of the lluuae. an ea-Intercolonial cricketer thought th..i Jnnn (aaddard thould so hark to hat lodav il he did not ban a lead of over 550 run* Rain* UM nizht he -a.,1 waeld make the laird's wlekel easv today MILVCRTON • ball ,-v Oueuille Gives uinaiia !— .-.ML% %  -• I ^ Up Efforts T Milverton Joins The Sugar fight U'NIXlN. June 27. land M. tnd Nigeria, whi 1 um 11.< tk 1 %  r 1 %  last year, the 1 test against stc.: naUoi nationalisation He has lotned I Lyle on the Boa id of the Weal ... %  :.. 11 i>. Mllverton'i (lrsi appointmeni to the Board Room ol a pub5 KILLED IN BUS CRASH KINGSTON nlna Mril.llsl. 111 J J T the roahip. June II AIIKII. R u Soviet-Aii i uniAnci itacArtbtu aaavonMead u Mieonamuntque said n .if Seoul hav* Bfaferated but thi* is ,,, ,. hysteria result 1 lull nuatQas adda ported 11 the suburbs nf t(e. lu funre be> %  Ana 1 lean Bmbaaa} and Karesn Mllltan S %  • Previou rep the Korea 1 Oowerntneni had lot Seoul m the south ai peai un founded So in Korean President s.,i .111 Hhee told hi. n.ii.Uter in radio telephone in d.n ^ .1 the Sulh Ko %  MM anai Mm u. %  aasjl ...KI n.. lr-ni|i. h4d pu.hed thr Ini.idrr. 1 11. MM beea rreen the cii Sou in Korean bo northert ki U. the vit il 1 ..i rtdoi %  ovei Ina Semi '"*" %  Koreai irller, 1 • -1 .ii,' 1 Ko 1 rouna Jon Mlnlatei h nad< an impM Honed appeal ta |h fl ,. „ rms and inuni Korean Arm* "Ann* "'It W U| .' %  1 The Naf-sk Rataaaa Aad affft %  ^nr arcapam Uaafsa tad Tnei 1. Kb) WP 4Ir „ „ Irrill Msostvaatiafni learj time 1 ri iiiiouih n. sroui iiiet na| nnhen are u arsaaf Ban asei hern -hippi-tl Worth i. ibla rrorn the hills ol %  Northern uburb ...ii, lo-da) %  Rent,. Seoul, maklna full use of their uperior mobility and greater welcht of armour and labour Member IU>moml Hlackhi.ni aafcad the (.,,„ menl U bear In mind lhat man> linll*h people believed the (.ovrrnmrnl should .up |Mrl the I tilled Mate* nnd'i \nii.n ot the i aaefah 11 the* are prepared to lihaelion in ol|ect|> e Jefrni with Snulh Korea af/attril *lhla manatreaa let ai hi a\ttlei md Win on Churchill ... kflnJatei would on this mat* ireshadowed .. %  U.S. Wftfil Sanctions .. The United States Io lhaA iy 1 1 IMI(I. tai lion." A.s the Norther 1, K. lonties have rejected thi 6V i'Counell'i ..i k ., ,< %  ., 1. the Council mu illplui' ThU etmld le un two In,,I I" n 111 I r Sanitlow:' Cheat mlfhl Inefuav complete or partial Intemipllon nl n tuiii.ir -rlalii.il..nd of rail %  1 Ailiou lik. •tuch ... lion as mii-iii br nerMkar>' to nialnUIn ur restore inh Muiii.ii.il peace and aecurity Thlj. rould In.lude demoiiHtraiiou* Maoh a dJe, *nd other up'uliuoby air. sea M land ferrea of rn'mNr. of the I nited Nation* BtS f'm Tekfa yuoled -nl HI m> 11 "i.un '• SS 1' 111 ; \inrrl, in manned bomberweald huipii .ii lewaa held h the N'orlli Knreu.11* *uulh ol the Hit. p.railil Ome On ( .... • ChHH -of-Stafi declined to '-omment on the TI*M i'i confen-'.. (In Pace 3 SKKK NEW SUGAR AGRKKVIEM BOM. J %  1 ..... %  1 %  %  laid the un in imr . %  %  % %  bold%  %  eeret, an II be fol ".ii ..f td, the carpet and has at all tmies odel exponent of the re shot His ability to find holes In the Held was .severely tested i„ y^ for Yarriley had an all out -iefViv e field and runs had to lie •arned. As to the bowllnu this was Jei.He had bei. entiv hoatnc flighting tinbar well md extraetlai every degree torn posible from • east paced pitch was be rested sOver after over came 'mm his arm and he It was who must have ail England a ray of hope with his and R four wickets before lunch T. other bowlers were merely stead\ but never at any Unit, did an. of them look like getting a wicket. Ti "Thinly-Veiled Enmity Between U.S. And Russia 9$ LONDON Ametica fight' in Korcn nnd to pnavid planes and ships In ai\ attl stem the Communist Invs iKed. hu-iiiibex betueeo and M compri %  and America. aircraft. \.|| (i | „r K e one %  .., %  Q rhethai baa bring East-West relatu view of the A dedi %  %  t&FS& ne mo,h "" s l •=" ••-Wars • fa ftaav 1. slan blockade of years ago ui June 1948. ... bare tonight. The K %  1 here, has agsoi brought / : %  I mouflMgeO • The American arllon Imnlim Iy commit* Ammo I., ve, laud 1 d tOUI At the invader* frees Nerttsera which h Koree are driven bmrh ... :„.^ -• Ihe SSlh parallel and lead* il the Soviel (lovernmenl a.'ipi the rhallence. lo umlnlii.d %  1 m 1 %  %  •r grouj: I I, HM llghl %  pa ID %  %  %  %  ThiAM I persed batwi nl Arthur St ruble It Is hasoii Qua be Philippines ; ,,,, Publish (Unit Plan Ihhvumvnt WASHINGTON, JUNE 27. PRESIDENT TRUMAN TO OAV OnO; UNITED STATES AIR AND St A FOitCAlb JNTO ACTION IN KOREA THE FRESI DENT ORDERED THE SEVENTH FLEET TO PREVENT ANY ATTACK ON FORMOSA PRESIDENT TRUMAN ALSO ORDERED ACCELERATION OF MILITARY AID TO THE PHILIPPINES AND INDOCHINA Mi friWI Hal : "In Kam n. 1 1 Porn which were armed in prevent bonf r raid .. .: .. \ iiiii-niul *eeiirit>. were nMoked by IttTiadJini forfM frn N'ortli K1.1.M The NrcuriU C.MI11..I .( t)., 1 ,ll,d fS hoi .ulled upon ih,> Invadlni tronpd |e reanw hootiltl) .MM) a wiiMraii their irfnafH "Thia lhy have nctf prta n aid tbe attack. 1 %  %  1 1 Ity Council called United Nationi to rendei every 1 .' the exacutlo I VBi "ii .mil War %  I Koreai %  Uppolt 1 1 Hill '.Ii. %  %  era o| the 1 ion 1. r"o H kill HI %  orroina ""' lawful .1. 0 fum in.1 1 % %  "AceordlpaJ I ., . %  1 %  1 %  1 1 %  s. ...,, 1 ...il %  I 1 raj I hi nil _ PARIS June -' %  1 1 el Dele, ition i„ th . •'• published 1 |fl| %  ummarj ..1 u %  %  %  %  %  1 .. rr. Jean I-, n • Mu,11, Robert s u In th 1 1. %  1 ; '"' v "the 1 1 Utute la* tarajei I a moan* ol atta 1 %  Ol Ufa niinieli 1, sentlal cantrtt>ution b I-..i. irooe on %  1 inwi high Bull %  1 ..mi seaurlni for the llr^i Unoe %  re„l Nation* fuaton "i national sovereignties HI eo %  % %  of Ihe '11 %  %  %  th< 1 1 • peon com1 u 1' %  1 Ita Reuter io 1 1 tu %  .1 1 al %  Ihe mainland TI 0 seventh Fl* this Is lUmv Thi k U of the rutun latti 1 . euni< 1 %  r... tu, HI. 1' Min Japan, 01 ooti. %  AM Kor i blllppu il • ii. led tii„t I %  1 %  in the I'hlllpplm %  rued 1 have almilarl) din cted 1.. rnlal 'nllilao isslstaiKi to ti. [ %  11..1 (he A 1..i, 1 1 1 Hit.11 j ml aaon i,. %  t, 1 "i know that rnernbai U %  %  %  111 full) thi 1 or cdUenn 1 of thti 1 aggreaalon in Korea In de> o| rhe charfei of tl %  IK'U'IM „ %  %  %  I Ail Ii :t.u! inn 1 I lh Mil} .Ol 111. 1 lha 1 >noii! llrilish Support frtme %  .11 % %  bilervatiiiig In U* • 1 .id! JII J...H Hi, II 1 Mi VI.. %  %  %  raid dull,. American n hi) %  %  %  aaaUta n ee Korea as repaH an Aueaica fur M i|a> 1 Auatral Pnim day aftei .1 >i. • Korean Han Air K 1 -Reuler 2M Dk In \11slrulia\\ orsl \ir llis.tsltr One Saved 1 .. %  %  un ludlng %  Ighl in ., %  'i .i. National 1 %  %  '. '• nle survivor I 1 found I ed an I out reel 1 f th. Ill >.i.,/. I L.l.tl th Swudefl Bofcotl Argentine Ships (TOt KHOUI, June ; %  %  W-drn T in.-.' .'. 1 I I '..:.. .,ft..] i|. month ai %  hip lalUruj under 0i %  1 from ti 'I. National I .. %  support .... era' il •. — Keuler Oil Shares Drop L0MDOM 1 rorded on the Lo %  %  1 leading Industrial %  %  %  %  Utjr di*!" ment in cottu —Reuter >l I'lll Mlt;lMA CICABETTES HEX so\ II1Dtus 'il 11 Hn\u snail. tONDON



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rAC.t. TWO HWUIAIXIS ADVOCATE Hl.l.SKSDAY. JINK 28. IM QaJub CaUinq s IR EDWAKI) (I'.NAHII's the Si (MnUMf taoda u badians On Thurafiay Irtth and .'i-day July 1st. hit gardei i pen 10 the public, and %  I gey spacious and a • %  ic will %  %  %  About The Polo Fietta P Pol' \\ cnat %  %  %  %  I NTItANSIT yesterday was Mr. '" **d J l . Intransit %  H A Red %  the Wnl Indies exploring the posaibililic* of lnterestn ; Ian* in investing monfj in real (slate in some of the other islands, ipommica. he told Carib. seems %  • !>e tl>e !•- market, a* the KlanJ *.M Bn> poasirubtiea and ven Barbados, he Bi % %  on JWK.I frirvugh Barbfcioa about tSfeg d< Uvral IWvtW J Ba.rvUis M it IK ItfgUM UtM U >* %  tha: 4 %  f I and a Tip X*H**^ >. %  iu.n *. rpaflvi.rin* %  Donna to|M *** : : N.. II. 11 onnift Guide PRICE* In ifae free market for butter beana and rabbace when Uie "Advocate" checked >elerday were aa follow* ( abbage 3'! reota per lb Mutter beana 14 eenV per lb Rupert and Miranda—28 B.B.C. Programme v.r IM M> Saoofid Tan eVaw >*mt 1M Fr M H. Vung* 'I > %  " __ %  u; nUTJW MUM 0? OMBIW'UWB i. i .llfoww ftfal Writes Her Story !-i Spec*) r -*" %  f a real danfcr* and cart. In full regatta PTocaed* from the 6e*ia are to l.eli. enable-a Venezuela Polo lean* r Barbados Gutf Oil Manager Arrivet M il \V. AL'EH. Barbados Br-rn 'i Marngci "f the Gulf Oil Corporation, ariivedlate yesterday N^MCC. ar ip— tBka *.*.•-. gag %  pgwfJ :; iae StH.<*=.-. %  :. I • -Married oa Saturfla> *, Caf* - MBE and the POJKV Baad It proeaaees to be 4' '•" O S S-;,ird*y -flemoon at 4-M undanl tndeed Mm Winnie Fie**, daughter AH Arinui Mflai <* -_„-,,.-.-,,llUi Avenue BcllewUe WM mar, CROaSrVOhf, *ers. Luiporaiiun. arnven mir/* !" j .. u,^,,.,. „i uiu AnI f i afternoon at Scawrll. from Trim-•>' Artr.u. koe.ia ol im. Aw j f ,.,. i,v it w I A Ho waa intrat.t nue Belleville. Irom uw US Yeetcrday's Tourists \\7ITH the arrival ot tha Tha ceremony which waa lull> choral woa pei formed by Kcv llutU* mid the churcn wui t.ie(ully OwOrmed lor the o7ITH the arrival of tha "Fort ..Jibn. AmharM" verterday with Tht Biule *fa<0 • about fortv round trip tourists way by M lather, wore %  and the "Lady Nelson" who alao "lie*!, ol sbpuer satin v,,ui anhad n few round trippers on Uudeivd yolW and pvplin I stop In at the Baggage iimii|icd .mae between B30 and rtauiuinle. Her veil w-a kept •JO nMtdu mombaf had ma J %  • %  ••" %  ''•" % %  : P"" aring whether the tourist uranaa blosioma aim alw ca NUOtl WH over or not. Most nf Tied a bouquet ol orchid*. Ii tor* *een.e,l lo be from Matron of honour was Mi irroaaa te and her par. M Mons Late Bthar oraanie. %  r tha Pyrenee* she h. bar father to eacape from *.^ IBK wen; to Bru>arb tc • plaaw de la To-day Georgette sayt she ha Reeeonaauance for elping the an interesting job with ;i tiln belgur. •pany and ju*t wants "to Uv ting the activities of Inu •...'. Hal j. %  .fully .IT..: New York and nil seemed bant i tag the jiland Tnar* wenninny more ladles In tho crowd, eaeh wearing of those cragj peeked SftaM or a white cloth rnp. eoloui acarves nnd frocks. The first thing most of then did was to KO over to the InforaUoil Itiireau, buy some stamp. and drop their letters for -Home'J LntO the Mail basket. With the Buraatfj guide pamphlets they inappad out their tour of the. Island, allowing for some shopping :tnd lunrh at one of the ho10 Than they went In search of a taxi. E. C. Fields the Bride* alater, who wore urchid georgette, and UM Bl kltSlhslll wa* MiQraanldaji whose dress wus green georgette The slyli On Carib Tour M ISS (Lira i^uiae Borjes wh is with the U.S. Dcpt. of SUta In Washington ha* beet ... Barbados since Sunday. Yeatcr „i^t bands, i.-'fiB^ pier loan jgch wearing picture hats and •& one thm* tin* xuTying bouquets "f shaU pink ^ TS*T n *'c i ii 'u.. radiants *. Crude metai eunBeatrnan nu Mr, Olyna MK>re. Thu w !" v-u ,,i tha Groomsman was Mr. -J"' Lionel K-lwaidI'-In i % % %  bka l-kiwarda, Mr. Oordon Fanner. Mi X C ill Mr I. i .'.-! %  i Alter the Ltggtaonj • recaption '" held at "BiiiiMiieati' 1st Ave Belleville Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs Gordon Farmer. and the honeymoon is being %  the Crane. d r. staaSM i*. i: EnaUnd v W*l ln.l!** I 00 p MM a Tl. I 1 p m H-d NM. I M p m Thr Gworae lU.nie Nni IV-M Brlla. •>. IpM >•-. 1 V" T* 0< U> A JII I. IN pm inwrhii lillh Coiw* Mall nTie New.. !• p m Tt.* DaUT .'i pa ***** Prom **-. '" I •"p m !"%  IgultS' ** ""wast ii M .. m p> SP S^op4kuP> *url" r>|.i* Cftnn#*. •• MNT pkdkM ••v prepare toi her." Rupeii planw. Ihere't omrihin| queer ibout tht." he uy" How oo you Jintiu that id thai it go.ng to happen > B u t"e tlown doaea t intaar. Pea %  m OeneealD Mlehael K*n OP p m Tao %  a Tn Newec m Crlren Hepon o %  * M , f* Tl— %  ia % %  Kadi" Nr-ewi %  is p TO — *— T -.v ":: %£TSi iB IP pm U.na And Uvettoek. pm MUM, In ISSa l SaS T S, Ttw New 10 10 p m %  !" m !" %  ate. 10 l P "> H*e Mord A III >l I MM I. Oef Store eiowt lor . STOCK-Ti\Kli\ T Ci TO-MORROW (THl'KSDAV) 29TII : And : Until 12 O'CLOCK (Nmm) on FKIOAV 30T1I ^ — t.. -i Krly To-dii) I Juhn U. Tmylor A Sons l.ol. Leaving by The "Ornje,ud" B ESIDES Mr and Mm. b>t> 1" irho wrlved yesterday Kina and Mr and \l/* thr Lady Nelson' are here u George Barnard who are leaving l* 1 about three or four month! for England to-morrow by the h< liday with Dr. and Mrs. AI. • Oranjratad." Mrs M Elgee ot Si lart of -Norham', Tweedsld, Miixwrll.' iinil Mr and ICn. Denis B 'ad. Barnard Iron st Uida at also Mr. Gnfflth is with the Hlce Enfumd on this Marketing Board in Georgetown %  hip On Three Months' Holiday After Short Holiday AOI'ATIC CLUB CINEMA Member. Onlyl MATINEE : TODAY AT 5.00 P.M. TONIGHT & TOMORROW NIGHT AT 8.311 Bros, presents : EHROL FLYNN — ALEXIS SMITH ... "SitfJV AJMO.XiO" In Teehnieaior S Z. CUDDLES SAKALL VICTOR FRANCEN .lullN LITEL Mrnnlt iinarirfi .in atomy leroyni—il bien.i-ii 10 of .11. %  way of 0( IX Sort 'it u 71 Trie Mana cot I -jm gaertarto of euntlnuoU* Inree llsiw n n ""r First Visit TkaiSS INEZ SHERV1NC.TON of LVal AniiKUJ arrived on Monday ifternoon by B W.I A to spend i month's holiday with the Moore* in St. Thomas She is the daughter of Mr Kenneth Shervington. Commlaalon Agani In ftntiiiu.. and Mi Siiervinglon is her BT*t viMt ly Uaibudo. tip inuni. ,. ajn,. .„„,. o. . A raw isna around Hi O TO Uir mnlii.ii be veiniin Ui • Be ihn and pinnot l. Oianv tn1* inrnul s riumtii n.inoun the moon i3> 10. part jt Uie clax't •aewnt. (SI lb raao proveetkin (rom lb Bolec 1 sort 'i\ difoTtnie. 11 Worded *ollO> l TB tahen from mm •outti-WHit ISI %  fa Trv iho boaement 31. Aa low oa m drain HP Left Yesterday M ISS Eve Anderson who has H*B*K*I 'U*": '""H?";„ 1 \ ^ been spendlrtg a short hollBpV^ day a Caicabitnk returni .'."^"V'-i.t" s* ,,,,,,, Trip ur i %  boa B W 1 A JI. St... M U-er BY THE WAY II) HEACHtiMiniR X IR1GOUI iathey say, or rather shout, in the happy .-alley of Vnudoncourtt HeM I f thess piiK-l'iinlans i for us all It Is tea oil nothing b 1 %  %  . i %  I %  i .i da* %  't ii on ths spit, with intie black paorliles, she Qukkl I fee*l I am about to die' i kms!" More moving are the last words #.f the great lady who Mnie Cam. >. I dressed in these words an imaginarv coachman as Of) nri bad of death: "To Paradise— at the gallop!" Itoit* J'ram Thv WorWa Itrlfry P it anybody with more brains than a holl-wrevll It must he dull anouffa to itch men driving cars round and round and round a track But there has been ads still mora melancholy pastime %  Speedway supporters" in a certain town, deprived of Lpatlon i>> n-niieiii-. who i i Intoaanble, "sn to trudt the tracks tnelr team would have vilti-d." 1 would like Ii sec this sad process!'*! %  nini gravely at tha guard track. Up She We*t-A Bit A T W.3J vestcrday morning Ihe i:.,, in the Iron basket was Ii Kiadualiy wat-med, the rockat rose slowly, and the pump and paddle he gun to do their work. The Doctor, scratching his little hat. as he always does I .f tension, in lieu of h_ head, could be seen amid the i.i the has Msj—tt call ) fto .ted up%  ,i Ad real Th. it hung undecided, until more hay was lit, ,"id up it went another 22 (ret A ili-liliHiii-hed l.ophonmloI sjg roa) can* not reach U .. told that i *as trial Rlfljht, IVlkl UW naxl moment a gu>t of wind caught the rocket. gnd whlgkad it snleways. It then .ie-.ei d st< wly, with the hav banked down, gnd the pump and paddle rattUng. The Doctor nut out, scratched his hat. and refused to make a statement to Qkl praas It is iviievcd. In authorltatlve quarters, ti.at the pump and Mir paddle failed to work owing to a minor defect in the knukctteplunger. MEN S n J Exceptional i BUTTERICK \ ">4" BEIGE POPLIN Qua | ity j PATTERNS l -. riMTItl/* at Price | Newly opened j !.2^o„SUITING I wHrrr.^ j i i YOUTHS SHOES 3<>2-u> i BLACK OXFORDS. TAN GIBSONS Plentiful i tLMK TAW — , SIZE— S—10 S3.02 T(K(n\-ni(i •• —n— i .3 ii— i ,. | .. —2—3 5J.79 2—3 S3.8S | aont delay .. — 4— S .M 4— S H OB | ifi'Y xow from Your Shoe Store EVANS and WHITFIELDS DIAL 4606 DIAL 4220


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Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Wednesday, June 28, 1950
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June 28
l SO
Batfraiwa
Walcolt Hi Is Test
Century va England
W.I. In Strong Position
561 Runs
Mrocate
Hrlcr:
nvi: rt.Ms
Yen,- ft
Hold Lead
W.I. 326 and (for S)
ENGLAND
Of
356
151
i CQZJFgj
T LONDON. June 27
life Utbl INDIES lirsi TrM tut..r> in KiiKlanil If well
in siylil tad it would he u IwutMM trick on the part
ill mwm Korliim- should ruin or other art-, of fete rub a
hnr learn ..i so deserving a reward. This will hp u buttle
lu which each and every man has onli ihuipd his sharp.
In inprp figure* \V-sl Indies hy scoring :SXti for livp wickets
in their second innings lodu> have established a |,.rtd of
Mil runs.
- The batsmen on Saturda.
'idav and the bowler* gloriously
yesterday have put lit their quota
The batting contingent, opener*
and the W formation well support-
ii iiv DM rank*, have raited
rampart of run* which England
an likely to find it impossible to
Bu" chief ted it noes
MHI ti
doughty warriors. Alfred Valen.
i tine and Sonny Ramadhin There
B nothing I can add to what I
said about them yesterday, but
I should mention the plauattast
excuse submitted by Hill Kdri.n
What Kdrich Said
Hi had been laj happier ..;
Manchester against Ramauinn
and *ald It was becauac the Mht
screen 1q the background then-
gave a better chance ot seeing the
bowler* delivery At Lords there
1* no sight screen at the .
end and Edrich claims that th
>*iBkc I! doubly difficult to detcit
tbt break It is an excuse, gooo
a* excuses go, but the Cab) rs>
mains that Grlmett. 0*Bl*U>
Verity and all the otlu
had tiic aajM .ci.enless back-
ground
Walcott CUM nit" his m
He had been questionahl .
ed in the lind inning1
the prexa picture added to Ihl
doubtand Evans missing him to-
cay was mere poetic justicr n,
^riving on* the back foot was
joy to behold. Altogether il anM
I charactii i t" InnlnM, although
he did not often Indulge In his
favourite sweep to leg But he
wallowed in cover drive* and
orlves back to the bowler
Some people may consider Wal-
cott* hundred in 218 minutes oo
the slow aide, but It must be re-
membered that the field was
giving anything away He hit
he fourteen 4"* to that time, but had
seldom used the late cut probably
realising that danger threatened
if he did because of the placing
of England's field. This was his
second century in test cricket
having made 152 at New Delhi
and he probably appreciated the
fail that hi* first one on English
Tin! Was made .it the game's,
hcadquui :, i
What fan I Say T
What cajS I -ay about Woncll
and Weckes" II 15 not possible
to gild the lily nor Improve' upon
nature'- art This pOOf pen Li
really inadequate to describe
these two masters at the wicket
All comparisons are odious and it
would be unforgivable of me to
contrast their showing with any
English batting I have seen. They
have all the stroke*! and then
some. .
Comer was in his best form
batting with a well-judged mix-
ture of defence and del .-, fl
wn* not spectacular, but executed
lome beautiful cover drives alonr
Valentine,
Ramadhin
Get 10 Each
.Baibaa.. AK.uIr I <-rrr.a.ar.|>
PORT OP SPAIN. June 27
fihadose Sagan Mara), popular
local sportsman and turfite walked
Into the offices of the Gsardlas
and inquired the London address
Of the West Indies cricket team
When the Guardian obliged
MaraJ immediately sent a cable
t. Valentine and Ramadhin "in
appreciation of their Splendid
biwling." and attached a cheque
for 10 for each man
Mara) rose to great heights
tie Trinidad business world after
l humble beglnnm* in life lie
bought out the dock* lie at the
American base here during th<
war for a terrific aim
He told the Guardian he great-
ly admired Ramadhin whom he
knew personally, and Valentine.
v-hom he saw at the trials here
Ust January, for their awaking
bowling
Shaved For
A Century
1 From Our Own r\>i respondent'
LONDON. June 21
Barbados wlcketkeeprr-K.. -
man, Clyde Walcott arrived in
England clean-shaven In his
first four innings he *core.l 48
not out. 58. lu and urn Then
Clyde decided he Would like to
Srow a moustache, which
Id.
A scries of low scores, broken
only by 0 century against
Somerset, followed. Clyde
thought again and deciding that
hi*: moustache was not bringing
him any luck he shaved it of? Just
Lhe start of the second
test here at Lords And today.
amid scenes of wild .nthuslosm
he made his maiden century
against England, shorinc with
Gomcr. in West Indies Record
unbroken sixth wicket stand
Will he now remain cleanshaven?
"I shall certainly think twice be-
fore growing it again'" waf CvdaVB
comment this evening
L. A. GOVT
WARDS OFF
CHALLENGE
LONDON June 21
The British Labour Govern-
ment defeated by 20 vote- Win-
ston Churchill's strong 1
on its handling of the Schumai
coal steel merger proposals But
when voting took place on a
Government amendment asking
Parliament to approve it- att;
tude toward* the plan lha
majority dropped to 13 The Oob-
..-.
by 309 VOtta against 261* It ail-
ed on Britain ti. join the present
Schuman plan talk- with the
reservation that she could with-
diaw if the scheme was not
practicable The Government
amendmentcarried by 309 vote-
to 29*3 welcomed the IftltlatlVi
shown by French Fnreici Mm
Ister Robert Schuman
was not possible foi Dritau
take part in talks which ODfB
ittod lu 1 In advance to thi
plan, but expressed the hope
that she might be able to Join
later
Figures indicated that Govern-
ment ranks had voted for the
Churchill motion
Conservative 1. fl
Churchill -aid that be
like the attitude ot tin
Government m wringing "this
larsa question'' of the Schuman
Plan on Bntaii
W .p lha ConaervatiTs at
' La......1 t ;>" 1 :
handling of lha Schumai Plan
rtagotiattona Mi Churchill saM'
tulle sure th
lid never have actad in this
manner towai b otnei Brit-
ish Government than thi
TRUMAN ORDERS
ACTION IN KOREA
..
.,=.:?*2L
I ..-- -f?- -->. *g
w
MM )s|
Armed Bandita
Kill Shopkeeper:
Beat Up Wife.
IBartMdoi Advoralo C.wreapondpt.t
PORT OP SPAIN. J
Within earshot of tiie police
station and near to a church.
Robert Chan 4(>-ye;ii-old Chinese
Sipkeeper, was murdered on
iday niKhi i>> armed thlevea,
and his wife, who went to in-
vestigate. .' .
Mrs Chan told police thai while
she was standing in the shop.
two men approached bar front
behind and knocked her uncon-
scious. They next bludgeoned her
husband, whose bead
ed in. nnri he dir't aonte hours
later in hosrilal
The shopkee) e.
put up a grim struggle againal
the intruders a.- the evidence the blood*paltered windows and
counter showed
The tragedy oecui ed In
Maraval suburb of Port o'
Spain
The Irene* Taiartsn m
douht fell Hi-1 aftrr we h itl
upet Ulr Mholr ol Ihelr
eronum> and lintn..- U\ ,i<
illllll.il wllllOUl a Hl)l|| til
araraMg ihe> west under m
special ohliiallun tu .ludv
our eearveaussrce vnaefe adaar
lare SBS9KM i" <.fi.rni
ed."
The pranch G 1
leeli&g thai the Bi 11 I
Cow
CiaJlal Port Lgr Seen tary were
llosllli- to thi
piropesji unity and
tend a meeting
PIm M u
iiouglil '
m> < bun 1 ill sal 1 that "if the
peach aeded 1......1 U it lha
British Soeiallal Party dnd G
einnient are hi
1 ould not
find more condualvi
than the artreocclinan p.....phlel
i-SMieo bj lha National I
"' ,h' Lai...... Parli
penn unlly timed in such
curious manner that I ,.m 00J
caii it the da - i ot ,,!!, 1-
denee." _rtr-lrr>
Did Trj.loid in IBM to-1
k\ ak-oll tilio In' ^ 1
da> Ir.l.til.- v lies t
y whioii n, ^.,1 ,
1 tare. 10
11 i;im iin. ha.....-are
IV nateh -h.n h>-rr holr,i | |
real rea|ar3 la England -' 1 ard 1
made lull antenna, hat ii waa the u
UlnMsaa Ulr rover- la the bownriar) tu rompletr
ITaiMM at hi moi out CisjUal >'-..
ATTACK Q\ KOREA IS
FULL SCALE INVASION
SAYS ATTLEE
COMMUNISM WILL
i.s.ow\ -NOW USE WAR"
1 SO) IE I I .K. \\ ILL SUPPOfl 1 l .3.A.
VIRtMAFl Austrulut Sentis lHnnOi'i.s
Policeman Char With Murder
Rjrbadoi Advoriir ('.:<
PORT OF SPAIN,
Police constable Acioli-hus
James of Laventille here appear-
ed before Mr II W. (Vlesiian
magistrate, yesterday, charged
with murdering uirl friend Wia
Williams.
Wilbam iv worker
was found dead in her hen In
a semi-nude CO
James who appeared m court
with handaged neck, told the
court he was unrepresented by
rounsel The hennnq araa adjourn-
*d till Julv 10
Which Parent Will
Get The 6MU9
I'OKT OF SPAIN. June 'I'.
Judgment has been reserved m
the McCarthy child cuSt
The Ions legal battl
around whether the child shouH
rernain wttb the fati.i
II \ who now
rClurn to the mother The child
ONLY CRICKET
HVi: mlnute I ri,u- thr
tell rani reseerdai num-
nu.iui mrmbrn. of the
House ol UaemMy to their
pi u innuni.ii.f yester-
day'^ Otnm thrrr weri-
about (en niember% of the
Hoaae eniigrJ in anlm.tr I
con ve rial! an
VliilUtrs to the lli.ite who
.....Iri tint set near uougn
llloushl thai the* ,-nl.il
the introdurdiin nf some
weighty plere of l^estolation
lhat il*> ,nil in.-m.i - were
thrrrforr Indadcinc in uim'
spirited Ifibhylng
When in. Advoeaie Joined
the group the Second In.
land Heal hid,,-- Teat Match
a the subject of the dla-
eaaaaaa*. Kven the < tu plain
waji .nun<)i>tioK io the de-
bale
Mr Adam*, leader of the
lluuae. an ea-Intercolonial
cricketer thought th..i Jnnn
(aaddard thould so hark to
hat lodav il he did not ban
a lead of over 550 run*
Rain* Um nizht he -a.,1
waeld make the laird's
wlekel easv today
MILVCRTON
ball ,-v
Oueuille Gives
uinaiia ! .-.Ml- - I ^
Up Efforts T
Milverton Joins
The Sugar fight
U'NIXlN. June 27.
land M.
tnd Nigeria, whi
1 um 11.< tk 1 r 1 last year,
the 1
test against stc.: naUoi
nationalisation
He has lotned I
Lyle on the Boa id of the Weal
...
:..
11 i>. Mllverton'i (lrsi appoint-
meni to the Board Room ol a pub-
5 KILLED IN BUS CRASH
KINGSTON
....." nlna Mri-
l.llsl. 111 J J T .
the roa loot prccipi- 01
Kiniton to Port Ante
mornlnit. All ii..nl md miurcd are
natives. u ,, LONDON, June 27.
I II Alt!,.-. ild the HnutK i
i..-.i.,v th.,i the
oni Koru 1,-aves m, doubt U ii ihU la ., full-K.le
UturehHl on thi North k rein CommunIM In
huulh K..., M, Attl,.,. M, ! ilthougll II
^l^,,, :,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,;,,,..,.....
: | thnj
lha Bet urlt
thai aftern
unportanl
red he would Inti
ian Plan debate to tell thi Hi
AMI..
jmd .,: und Seoul it ar-S ,0 .
SS^nron rorm Cahiurf
ard lo ; w
I'Alti.S. .1
Ba I'. 11. 1 Mlnlatei 11<-, 4. Que-
ulla lodaj lecUned the tn*k of
net offered
....

il of the
.
iLolt w..
" s ..
'' teel plan
01 Bldati fa 1 U11 let
1 .
.: attitude
...

Kffto gel t* 1
Wai
H urgenej to hi.*
. t Hi
'- own Rad .1 1st Part
I Bid
Popu-

be must
' Soci a the rt
if I
i>hip.
' June II
Aiikii.
R u Soviet-Aii
i ,
uniAnci
itacArtbtu aaavonMead u
Mi- eonamuntque said
n .if Seoul hav*
Bfaferated but thi* is ,,, ,.
hysteria result
1 lull
nuatQas adda
ported 11 the suburbs nf t(e.lu
funre be>

Ana 1 lean Bmbaaa} and Karesn
Mllltan S -
Previou rep
the Korea 1 Oowerntneni had lot
Seoul m the south ai peai un
founded "
So in Korean President s.,i
.111 Hhee told hi. n.ii.Uter in
radio telephone in d.n

^ .1 the Sulh Ko
MM anai Mm u. aasjl ...ki n..
lr-ni|i. h4d pu.hed thr Ini.idrr.
1 11. mm beea rreen the cii
Sou in Korean
bo northert ki
U. the vit il 1 ..i rtdoi ovei Ina Semi
'"*" Koreai
irller, 1 -
-1 .ii,' 1
Ko 1 rouna Jon Mlnlatei h
nad< an impM
Honed appeal ta |hfl ,.
rms and inuni
Korean Arm* "Ann*
"'It..... WU| .'
1
The Naf-sk Rataaaa Aad affft
^nr arcapam Uaafsa tad ........
Tnei 1. Kb) WP 4Ir Irrill
Msostvaatiafni learj time 1 ri
iiiiouih n. sroui iiiet na| nnhen
are u arsaaf Ban asei hern
-hippi-tl
Worth i.
ibla rrorn the hills ol
Northern uburb ...ii, lo-da)

Rent,.
Seoul, maklna full use of their
uperior mobility and greater
welcht of armour and .
labour Member IU>moml
Hlackhi.ni aafcad the (.,,
menl U bear In mind lhat
man> linll*h people believed
the (.ovrrnmrnl should .up
|Mrl the I tilled Mate* nnd'i
\nii.- n ot the i aaefah 11
the* are prepared to lih-
aelion in ol|ect|> e Jefrni
with Snulh Korea af/attril
*lhla manatreaa let ai hi
a\ttlei md Win
on Churchill ...
kflnJatei would
on this mat*
* ireshadowed ..
U.S. Wftfil Sanctions ..
The United States
Io lha- A iy 1
1 imi(i. tai lion."
A.s the Norther 1, K.
lonties have rejected thi 6V
i'- Counell'i ..i k ., ,<., ,
1. the Council mu
' illplui' '
ThU etmld le un two In,,-
I I- n 111 I r Sanitlow:'
Cheat mlfhl Inefuav com-
plete or partial Intemipllon nl
n tuiii.ir -rlalii.il- ..nd of rail
1 t.irtm and' other means nf
1 ..nununkatlon.
1 **MIHUr> Ailiou lik.
tuch ... lion as mii-iii br
nerMkar>' to nialnUIn ur re-
store inh Muiii.ii.il peace and
aecurity Thlj. rould In.lude
demoiiHtraiiou* MaohadJe, *nd
other up'uliuo- by air. sea M
land ferrea of rn'mNr. of the
I nited Nation*
BtS......- f'm Tekfa yuoled
-nl hi m> 11 "i.un ' SS 1' 111 ;
\inrrl, in manned bomber-
weald huipii .ii lewaa held h
the N'orlli Knreu.11* *uulh ol the
Hit. p.railil
Ome
On
( ....
ChHH -of-Stafi
declined to '-omment on the Ti*m
i'i confen-'.. '
(In Pace 3
SKKK NEW SUGAR
AGRKKVIEM
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laid the un
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eeret, an
II be fol
".ii ..f td,
the carpet and has at all tmies
" odel exponent of the
' re shot
His ability to find holes In the
Held was .severely tested i y^
for Yarriley had an all out -iefVi-
ve field and runs had to lie
arned.
As to the bowllnu this was Jei.-
He had bei.
entiv hoatnc flighting tin- bar
well md extraetlai every degree
' torn posible from
east paced pitch
was be rested sOver af-
ter over came 'mm his arm and
he It was who must have ail
England a ray of hope with his and R
four wickets before lunch T.
other bowlers were merely stead\
but never at any Unit, did an.
of them look like getting a wic-
ket.
Ti
"Thinly-Veiled Enmity
Between U.S. And Russia
9$
LONDON
Ametica
fight' in Korcn nnd to pnavid
planes and ships In ai\ attl
stem the Communist Invs
iKed. hu-iiiibex betueeo and M compri
and America. aircraft. \.||(i | rKe one
..,
Q
rhethai baa
bring East-West relatu view of the A
dedi




t&FS& ne mo,h"" sl =" -Wars
fa ftaav 1.
slan blockade of
years ago ui June 1948.
... .
bare tonight.
The K 1
here, has agsoi brought /
: I
mouflMgeO
The American arllon Imnlim
Iy commit* Ammo I., ve, laud 1 d tOUI At '
the invader* frees Nerttsera which h
Koree are driven bmrh ... :.^ -
Ihe SSlh parallel and lead* il
the Soviel (lovernmenl a.'ipi
the rhallence. lo umlnlii.d
1 m
1

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Thi- Am I
persed batwi
nl Arthur St ruble It Is hasoii Qua
be Philippines ,;, ,,,,
Publish (Unit
Plan Ihhvumvnt
WASHINGTON, JUNE 27.
PRESIDENT TRUMAN TO OAV OnO;
UNITED STATES AIR AND St A FOitCAlb
JNTO ACTION IN KOREA THE FRESI
DENT ORDERED THE SEVENTH FLEET
TO PREVENT ANY ATTACK ON FORMOSA '
PRESIDENT TRUMAN ALSO ORDERED
ACCELERATION OF MILITARY AID TO
THE PHILIPPINES AND INDOCHINA
Mi friWI Hal : "In Kam n. 1.......... 1 Porn
which were armed in prevent bonf r raid .. .: .. \
iiiii-niul *eeiirit>. were nMoked by IttTiadJini forfM frn
N'ortli K1.1.M The NrcuriU C.MI11..I .( t)., 1 ,ll,d fS hoi ,
.ulled upon ih,> Invadlni tronpd |e reanw hootiltl) .mm) a
wiiMraii their irfnafH
"Thia lhy have nctf
prtanaid tbe attack.
1 11 Ity Council called
United Nationi to rendei every 1
.' the exacutlo
I VBi "ii .mil War


I
Koreai
.
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1
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era o| the
1
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1 1 el Dele, ition i th
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1 ..
rr. Jean
I-, n Mu,11,
Robert s u In th
1 1. 1 ;
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1 Utute la*
tarajei I a moan* ol atta 1
Ol Ufa niinieli 1,
sentlal cantrtt>ution b
I-..- i. irooe on
1 inwi high Bull
.
1 ..mi
seaurlni for the llr^i Unoe rel Nation*
fuaton "i national sovereignties
. hi eo of Ihe '11 -
th< 1 1 peon com- 1
u 1' 1 .
Ita Reuter
io 1..... 1 tu .1 1 al
Ihe mainland
TI 0 seventh Fl*
this Is lUmv Thi k U
of the rutun latti 1
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euni< 1 r...
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AM Kor i blllppu
il ii. led tiit
I 1 in the
I'hlllpplm

rued
1 have almilarl) din cted
1.. rnlal
'nllilao isslstaiKi to ti. [.....
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1 .
1 1 Hit.11 j ml aaon i,.
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t, 1 ,
"i know that rnernbai U .
'
111 full) thi 1 or cdUenn 1 of thti
1 aggreaalon in Korea In de>
, o| rhe charfei of tl

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:t.u! inn
1
I
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lha 1 >noii! "
llrilish Support
frtme ' .11
bilervatiiiig In U* 1
.id! jii
J...H Hi, II
1
Mi VI..
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raid du-
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American n hi)

aaaUtanee
Korea as
repaH an
Aueaica fur M i|a> 1
Auatral..... Pnim
day aftei .1 >i.
Korean
Han Air K
1 -Reuler
2M Dk In \11slrulia-
\\ orsl \ir llis.tsltr
One Saved
1 ..
un ludlng
Ighl in .,
'i .i. National
1

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1
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I ed an I out
reel 1 f th.
Ill >.i.,/.
I.....L.l.tl
. th
Swudefl Bofcotl
Argentine Ships
(TOt KHOUI, June ;
.W-drn T.....in.-.' .'.
1 I I '..:.. .,ft..] i|.
month ai . hip lalUruj under 0i

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'I. National I
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support ....
era'
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Keuler
Oil Shares Drop
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rAC.t. TWO
HWUIAIXIS ADVOCATE
Hl.l.SKSDAY. JINK 28. IM
QaJub CaUinq
s
IR EDWAKI) (I'.NAHII's
the Si
(MnUMf taoda u
badians
On Thurafiay Irtth and
.'i-day July 1st. hit gardei
i pen 10 the public, and
I gey spacious and a
ic will



About The Polo Fietta
P- Pol'
\\ cnat




INTItANSIT yesterday
was Mr.
'" **d J l .
Intransit

H
A Red

the Wnl Indies exploring the
posaibililic* of lnterestn;.
Ian* in investing monfj in real
(slate in some of the other islands,
ipommica. he told Carib. seems !
!>e tl>e !- market, a* the KlanJ
*.M Bn> poasirubtiea and ven
Barbados, he
Bi
on jwk.i
frirvugh Barbfcioa about tSfeg d< -
.
Uvral IWvtW J Ba.rvUis
M

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ItfgUM UtM

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tha: 4
f
I
and a Tip X*H**^ >. iu.n *. rpaflvi.rin*

Donna to|M ***
:
:
N..
II.
11 on- nift
Guide
PRICE* In ifae free mar-
ket for butter beana and
rabbace when Uie "Advo-
cate" checked >elerday
were aa follow*
( abbage 3'! reota per lb
Mutter beana 14 eenV per
lb
Rupert and Miranda28
B.B.C. Programme
v.r im m>
Saoofid Tan
eVaw >*mt 1M
Fr
M
. H. Vung*
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u; nUTJW MUM 0? OMBIw'uWb
, i. i-
.llfoww ftfal Writes Her Story
.
!-i
Spec*) r-*" "
f a real danfcr*
and cart. In full regatta
PTocaed* from the 6e*ia are to
l.eli. enable-a Venezuela Polo lean*
r Barbados
Gutf Oil Manager Arrivet
Mil \V. AL'EH. Barbados Br-rn 'i
Marngci "f the Gulf Oil
Corporation, ariivedlate yesterday
N^mcc. ar ip tBka
*.*.-. gag *
pgwfJ :;
iae St-
H.<- *=.-.:. I --.....
Married oa Saturfla>
_ *, Caf* - MBE
and the PoJkv Baad It
proeaaees to be 4' '"
OS S-;,ird*y -flemoon at 4-M ,undanl tndeed
.
Mm Winnie Fie**, daughter
AH Arinui Mflai <* -_-,,.-.-,,-
llUi Avenue BcllewUe wm mar- CROaSrVOhf,
*ers.
Luiporaiiun. arnven mir/*j - - .. u,^,,.,. i uiu An- I f i
afternoon at Scawrll. from Trim- ->' Artr.u. koe.ia ol im. Aw j f ,
,.,. i,v it w I A Ho waa intrat.t nue Belleville.
Irom uw US
Yeetcrday's Tourists
\\7ITH the arrival ot tha
Tha ceremony which waa lull>
choral woa pei formed by Kcv
llutU* mid the churcn wui
t.ie(ully OwOrmed lor the o-
7ITH the arrival of tha "Fort ..Jibn.
AmharM" verterday with Tht Biule *fa<0
about fortv round trip tourists way by M lather, wore
and the "Lady Nelson" who alao "lie*!, ol sbpuer satin v,,ui an-
had n few round trippers on Uudeivd yolW and pvplin
I stop In at the Baggage iimii|icd
.mae between B30 and rtauiuinle. Her veil w-a kept
jo nMtdu mombaf had ma j " ''" ": P""
aring whether the tourist uranaa blosioma aim alw ca
NUOtl WH over or not. Most nf Tied a bouquet ol orchid*.
Ii tor* *een.e,l lo be from Matron of honour was Mi
irroaaa
te and her par.
M Mons Late
Bthar oraanie.
r tha Pyrenee*
she
h. bar father to eacape from
*.^ ibk wen; to Bru>-
arb tc plaaw de la To-day Georgette sayt she ha
Reeeonaauance for elping the an interesting job with ;i tiln
belgur. - pany and ju*t wants "to Uv
ting the activities of Inu ...'. Hal j. .fully '
.IT..:
New York and nil seemed bant
i tag the jiland
Tnar* wen- ninny more ladles
In tho crowd, eaeh wearing
of those cragj peeked SftaM
or a white cloth rnp. eoloui
acarves nnd frocks.
The first thing most of then
did was to ko over to the Infor-
aUoil Itiireau, buy some stamp- .
and drop their letters for -Home'J
LntO the Mail basket. With the
Buraatfj guide pamphlets they
inappad out their tour of the.
Island, allowing for some shop-
ping :tnd lunrh at one of the ho-
10 Than they went In search
of a taxi.
E. C. Fields the Bride* alater,
who wore urchid georgette, and
UM Bl kltSlhslll wa* Mi-
Qraanldaji whose dress wus
green georgette The slyli
On Carib Tour
MISS (Lira i^uiae Borjes wh
is with the U.S. Dcpt. of
SUta In Washington ha* beet ...
Barbados since Sunday. Yeatcr-
f-.i Trinidad.
A Foreign itelatlons Specialist
rular area Is the British
Commonwealth Section with spe-
..! fur tha BnUih Weat|l'hi
Lndlsa.
Bha i lourmi UM Caribbean
familiarising herself with the
area and will also be visiting
Trinldud. Jamaica nnd llntisli
Honduras bafora her tour is
pleted nnd she returns to Wa.-h-
tagtaa
. thinu
dresses was identical, full i*. ithabby soti <>
i^t bands, i.-'fiB^ pier loan
jgch wearing picture hats and & one thm* tin- *
xuTying bouquets "f shaU pink ^ TS*Tn*'c i ii 'u..
radiants *. Crude metai eun-
Beatrnan nu Mr, Olyna MK>re. Thu w v-u
,,i tha Groomsman was Mr. -- J"'
Lionel K-lwaid- I'-In i
bka l-kiwarda, Mr. Oordon
Fanner. Mi X C ill
Mr I. i .'.-! i
Alter the Ltggtaonj recap-
tion '" held at "BiiiiMiieati'
1st Ave Belleville Ihe home of
Mr. and Mrs Gordon Farmer.
and the honeymoon is being
the Crane.
d r. staaSM
N, T II m Mews
I v nt Mile ror Dici>i*. i:
EnaUnd v W*l ln.l!** I 00 p
MM a Tl. I 1 p m H-d N-
M. I M p m Thr Gworae
lU.nie Nni IV-m Brlla. .
>. IpM >-. 1 V" T*-
0< U> AjiiI. IN pm inwrhii
lillh Coiw* Mall *
n- Tie New.. ! p m Tt.* DaUT
.'i pa ****** Prom **-.
'" I "p mIgultS' ** ""wast ii
M .. m p> .M pad* > SP
S^op4kuP> *url"
r>|.i* Cftnn#*.
Mnt pkdkM
v | beyond. nd H-peri
hnd. :he nc brhind try ihirl
curtain. They luten (juiiouily
jnd then idvjnte inio the rocm
bs
tag.
ad
Sg
here
, dkH
htpen Ihe (town
> prepare toi her."
Rupeii planw. Ihere't omrihin|
queer ibout tht." he uy- How
oo you Jintiu that id thai it go.ng
to happen > Bu' t"e tlown doaea t
intaar.
Pea
m OeneealD
Mlehael K*n
OP p m Tao
a Tn Newe-
c m Crlren Hepon o *M,,f* Tl
ia Kadi" Nr-ewi is p to
* T-.v ":: %TSi iB
IP pm U.na And Uvettoek.
pm Mum, In ISSalSaSTS,
Ttw New 10 10 p m m_
ate. 10 l P "> H*e Mord
A III >l I MM I.
Oef Store eiowt lor . .
STOCK-Ti\Kli\TCi
TO-MORROW (THl'KSDAV) 29TII
: And :
Until 12 O'CLOCK (Nmm) on
FKIOAV 30T1I
^ t.. -i Krly To-dii) I
Juhn U. Tmylor A Sons
l.ol.
Leaving by The
"Ornje,ud"
BESIDES Mr and Mm. b>t> 1" irho wrlved yesterday
Kina and Mr and \l/* thr Lady Nelson' are here u
George Barnard who are leaving l* 1 about three or four month!
for England to-morrow by the h< liday with Dr. and Mrs. A- I.
Oranjratad." Mrs M Elgee ot Si lart of -Norham', Tweedsld,
Miixwrll.' iinil Mr and ICn. Denis B 'ad.
Barnard Iron st Uida at also Mr. Gnfflth is with the Hlce
Enfumd on this Marketing Board in Georgetown
hip
On Three Months' Holiday
After Short Holiday
AOI'ATIC CLUB CINEMA Member. Onlyl
MATINEE : TODAY AT 5.00 P.M.
TONIGHT & TOMORROW NIGHT AT 8.311
Bros, presents :
EHROL FLYNN ALEXIS SMITH
... "SitfJV AJMO.XiO"
In Teehnieaior
S Z. CUDDLES SAKALL VICTOR FRANCEN
.lullN LITEL
Mrnnlt iinarirfi .in
atomy leroyniil
bien.i-ii 10
of .11. way of
0( IX Sort 'it u
71 Trie Mana cot I
-jm gaertarto of euntlnuoU* Inree
llsiw n
n""r
First Visit
TkaiSS INEZ SHERV1NC.TON of
LVal AniiKUJ arrived on Monday
ifternoon by B W.I A to spend
i month's holiday with the
Moore* in St. Thomas She is the
daughter of Mr Kenneth Sher-
vington. Commlaalon Agani In
ftntiiiu.. and Mi Siiervinglon
is her BT*t viMt ly Uaibudo.
tip inuni.
,. ajn,. .,. o.
. a raw isna
around Hi
O TO Uir mnlii.ii
be veiniin Ui
Be ihn and pinnot
l. Oianv tn1* inrnul
s riu- mtii n.i- noun
the moon i3>
10. part jt Uie clax't
aewnt. (SI
lb raao proveetkin (rom
lb Bolec1 sort 'i\ difoTtnie.
11 Worded *ollO> l
TB tahen from mm
outti-WHit iSi
fa Trv iho boaement
31. Aa low oa m drain
HP
Left Yesterday
MISS Eve Anderson who has H*b*k*i 'U*": '""H?";1\ ^
been spendlrtg a short holl- BpV^......
day a Caicabitnk returni .'."^"V'-i.t" s*
,,,,,,, Trip ur i boa
B W 1 A ji. St... M U-er
BY THE WAY
II) HEACHtiMiniR
XIR1GOUI ia- they say, or
rather shout, in the happy
.-alley of Vnudoncourtt HeM I
. f thess piiK-l'iinlans
i for us all It Is
tea oil nothing
b
1
- .
. i I
"i .i da*
.'t ii on ths spit,
with intie black paorliles, she
Qukkl I fee*l I am about
to die' i kms!"
More moving are the last words
#.f the great lady who Mnie Cam-
. >. I dressed in these
words an imaginarv coachman as
Of) nri bad of death: "To
Paradise at the gallop!"
Itoit* J'ram Thv WorWa
Itrlfry
Pit anybody with more brains
than a holl-wrevll It must
he dull anouffa to itch men driv-
ing cars round and round and
round a track But there has been
ads still mora melancholy
pastime Speedway supporters"
in a certain town, deprived of
Lpatlon i>> n-niieiii-. who
i i Intoaanble, "sn
to trudt the tracks tnelr team
would have vilti-d." 1 would like
Ii sec this sad process!'*! ' nini
gravely at tha guard track.
Up She We*t-A Bit
AT W.3J vestcrday morning Ihe
i:.,, in the Iron basket was
Ii Kiadualiy wat-med, the
rockat rose slowly, and the pump
and paddle he gun to do their
work. The Doctor, scratching his
little hat. as he always does I
.f tension, in lieu of h_ .
head, could be seen amid the
i.i the has Msjttcall)
fto .ted up-
,i Ad real Th.
it hung undecided, until more hay
was lit, ,"id up it went another 22
(ret A ili-liliHiii-hed l.ophonmlo- I
sjg roa) can- *
not reach
U .. told that i *as
trial Rlfljht, IVlkl UW naxl moment
a gu>t of wind caught the rocket.
gnd whlgkad it snleways. It
then .ie-.ei.....d st< wly, with the
hav banked down, gnd the pump
and paddle rattUng. The Doctor
nut out, scratched his hat. and re-
fused to make a statement to Qkl
praas It is iviievcd. In authorlta-
tlve quarters, ti.at the pump and
Mir paddle failed to work owing
to a minor defect in the knukctte-
plunger.
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i BLACK OXFORDS. TAN GIBSONS
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mniHBAT, jtne . iIm
It MIRADOS ADVOC \TI
PAcr murr.
Attack
On Korea
0) l*im Page i.
i .
:
Aim- Chief-of Sufi.

constant h Bam
tan Sta*.e Dean v I
-. ..
Bd MAM advtaan *iih-" Sunday
on precisely what new steps the
Government should take
The United Sutea to-day called
on ihe Security Council io allow
all member* of the United Nation*
to lu-ij. the Korean Republic id
repel armed attack.
The American resolution askeii
the Security rouncil to declare
the Nottliern Korean al
a "breach of the pei.ce." It re-
:tic Security Cornell i<
nfl to Member* of the
ITnited Nation* thai they "fimmh
to the Republic of
Korea a. may be necessary to
rep-1 the oi-med attack and :<
restore international pa.
in the area."
naaja] N Rau, of India.
thai m.mil'V president of the
bVcurit] i
to 11' eonatdarlag introducing .<
rtaotilUon calling for a Truman-
Sttliii meeting
Pulli'iyiii! is the text of the
United state* resoluii..,
The Security Coun.-il havlflfl
determinwl that the armed at-
tack upon the Republic of
Koii-.i tiv binM from North
i nnsTiIUlt .1 1.11.1*11 nt
the peace.
Hiving called upon the
authorities of North Korea to
wttndraw forthwith th-lr armed
' !h<- 38th parallel, and
noted from the repot'
I the United Nation* Com-
foi K. raa that the
authorities In north Korea have
neither ceased hosiil,'.
withdiawn their iirmed fOVBaa
to the 38th parallel and that
urgent military measures are
required to rr*tore intrrnatlon-
al peace and security, and
"Having noted the appeal
frotn the Republic of Korea to
the United Nations for immedi-
ate and effective steps to securo
peace and security. Tecom-
thal the member* of Ihe
United Nation< furnish such
' mc to the Repuhlie of
Kni'-i ;ts may be net
repel the armed attach and to
" 'i International Drier nn-l
ii m the area."
After a snerlril lunrhenn be-
tween American and Russian re-
SovM
deiegah had been cape-
(kvii :,- ie.it *n east his veto on
any further action The Council
President waited 2f> minutes after
the nppoin'ivl time before opening
the meeting. No Soviet delegate
hatd '<< Uh n Lippemed ,
Hi Warren Austin, head -.f the
United States DelefaB< i pre*.
sentlng the Amcnc-in Resolution
:aid that tne United Nations was
confronted with the "gravest
.fi Its existence.
Austin went on. "It is the plain
duty i the Security Council to in-
voke stringent sanction to restore
international peace The Republic
f Korea lias appealed to the Unit-
ed Nations for protection. I ajn
happy and prou to report that the
United States is prepared as a
loyal member of the United Na-
tions to furnish assistance to the
Republic of Korei "
The American delegate then
presented the United States pro-
posal He asked the Council to
consider it favourably as the next
step to restore world peace
Mr. Austin said- The armed
invasion of the Republic of Korea
continues. The North Korea au-
thorities have even called upon
the established Government of the
Republic to surrender. It Is hard
to imagine r more glaring ex-
ample of disregard for the United
Nations and for a'.' the principles
which W represents. The most
important provisions of the Char-
tei are those outlawing aggressive
war It Is precisely these provis-
ion- which the North Korea au-
thorities have vic.ated."
Reuter
Steamships
Report
Flotsam

about flO feel long, was reported
by the master ol the S S
aa' to be sighte.< ,n position
11 41 degrees North 6t degree?
'is information was
cabled to the local Harbour and
Shipping Department yesterdav
Another cablegram received at
this office on Monday stated that
the matter of the S S Repent saw
two large tree trunks In latitude
11.41 degrees North 80 59 degrees
West.
Ye.tcTd.iy's cablegram said that
trunks were dangerous:
to navigation.
Committee
Proposefl
Mr J II Wilkinson ifct ...
yesterday's meeting of the House
. mnv.il tht Select
it-inmlttee be appoln'ed to con-
sider along with th.
Committee, the la-orajaiileallmi f
i I of the
Ufirfature. the .taff nf thr Hou*
of Assembly and the re-arrong.--
inent of the present seating accom -
modatlon In the Houea
Mr Speaker with J he approve!
of the House appointed the follow-
ing honourable members as that
Commit11- .
Mr E D Molt lev. Mr F E
Miller. Mr E K Walcott and
Mr A E S I-cwis
GRAC1TA FAVLKMi'R
SL\GS AT WAKEF1EU)
Those who attended the Song After
Recital by Gradta Faulkner at(group
Wind and the See. followed by
i
III- l \< ILLFNCi THE GOVERNOR leave* his car and aiepare* i .. i.. il>. Lnthlalivr ft
rll ( (umber uhere lie )C*lerdav received from the I'restdrnt uf Iht Counrll and the Sprakri
the Home of Asoemblv copies ol thr replirn of hulh (hml>'r> l Ihi- -.preen hr made al the
oaenlna ol the Leal* la tore
on Monday evening
I have left the Concert
Its satisfied and wishing
i he.u per sing again.
lli> Excellent > the -
and Mrs Savage accompanied by
(apt 1-amberi A.DC. raced the
with their preaanc
The i omen eras a meveas both
iv attendance an.1 performance
It is not often that one hears sing-
er-, except over the wireless
the cultured tonal heautv as t
portrayed by MK> Fai-lknor and I
anpnae, that beaaitj w,i* liest
hi her foreign lailaVM1 Bn of
imonf others I.ideate La
. alma" by Movart and "Pace.
lace Mi Dio'Verdi In her
,.'o,n n ii (liber I"Art Thou
Troubled." ("rime And Trip If
Wmphs And Shep-
herds*Puic.ll. Miss Faulkner at
u, I Mr i'apacr. am'
. ttici.-n. v as a singer, and th aa
.iient ea*- with which she
nhoiit hei MM i.hence
'.."king for thlnit- to come, which
thaj ..I vongs
the interval.
ngs of
r
an i
ptano
rdinglv
i broiixhl
UhS*l pi' gra nine
Aecompanyingj her at th"
Wg Mr. W Chambers
Along with the ptviSession
It ealce Mam F'soikiner has
asing personali-v
wh' lid not hesr hi
evening la selves of doing lo '
at the James St C
1*01 i .
and tnoi.
on Mondav
vail them-
Foot Itch
Healed in 3 Dayr
r*l cau-
iiitl ha Bjir'ad !nrtiu(t><>iit id' *'"
i- 'i.lU-1 v.-i.... um.a Hwh a- A-
r'i iHorih-it' ii 'vl'
.-rn enu- A t .B
arm. n. p. law iihinf in : Maut<
thr f-r" .
ihe 'kin port, nmootli and clear in S *v
Niaodcri :. -ii -. . --|.,: i' .-,-,.,
IP riHl lh- Ifh nnd h-l t\f 'U\-\ I
>n the frrt b-.il ()'- .Hliif
I'cnwnw, I'tir.pi-*. Ai n* Ii. tl an
rorra or f.-* r k -ti r--
(mof empty mrtin AaSKbenl ll I N. .
Nixodrn
rmr Ukim Troubles i >
ihi
NEW ECONOMIST
The Becrotan ot sjat-
Colonies has appoint* a Mr i> a
Percival. A , s,. ,. u,v (>.
prus. tii llll the new post of Assis-
tant corporate Advuer on tba
staff of the Development and
Welfnra Organisation.
Mr Pe.rival. who is wursUrted.
was born in 1906 and educated
at Charterhouse and Magdalen
College. Oxford He was appoint-
ed to the Colonial Administrative.
Service in IMS. and served in
Nigeria until 1W39 when he was
.1 to Cyprus, where he
became Assistant Secretary
Mr Percival is expected to
assume dutv in Barbados towards
the end of Julv
Police Plan Charity
af
Concert For Thursday
*-pHE I'm ii I ARE IMHNt;
I thaai bn foi the Baj mm
Boy** Club liny will hold ,i
concert at the Parade Sijuarc of
Central Station at BJU p.m. on
Thursdav to raise funo
club
The concert has been arranged
ano will be conducted by captain
C F- Raison. M It I Music, tUtf-
lug, gymnastics, r a c a course
Sketch and a scene depicting the
Battle of Waterloo are In store for
the audience Member' of th-
VMI'l will give the gymnas-
tics and the race-horse sketch
Reserved seats can be booked
at Johnson's Stationery, unrc-
County Cricket
Results
LONDON. June 27
Al Chichester. Sussex-Oxford
University match drawn, Sussex
384. Smilh 0. Cox 102. Suttle not
out 71. and secondly 136 for 5,
Cox 61
Oxford Universitv 200; Car.*
not out B5. and secondly 394 for.
7 declared. Boobbyer 12C. Hof-
meyer IJ5.
At Worcester. Worcestcrshir
beat Cambridge University by 8
wickets. Cambridge t.'n.veisit.
270; Shcppard 73 Stevei on 113.
and secondly 158. Howorth 7 foi
44
Worcestershire 359; F Cooper
51. and secondly 70 for 2 wicketi
The Weather
TODAV
Sun n-rs 5.4? am.
Sun seta. 634 p.m.
Moon (full) Jane 29.
I.ifhtlng. : uh p.m.
High Water: 1.39 a.m.. 2.55
YESTERDAV
Rainfall iCodrlngtuii) nil.
Total for Month to Voter-
da>; 10.91; ins.
Temperature (Max.) B5.5 E.
Temperature (Mln.) 75.5 F.
Wind direction (9.00 a.m.) E
(3.00 p.m.) B. by N.
Wind velocity: lti milei per
hour.
Barometer (9.00 a.m.) 79974
(3.00 p.m.) 29.tl.
with the C.ithe.n..l Choir
The epndUQtOj i Mi 0*rall
A R I M ,F T C I.
MR. E. < I \MI I. M \ 9U
Tutoi of the h.-i
at of the University Col-
lege of the West Indtei "tu gh*j
., Igsjttara on the Hw i
Scope of riiiiiii Adrnlnl
..i the V H4 A ->t h o'clock to-
night .
There will tx- Lawn Tennis and
a Gym Class at 4 o'clock
THE MOBILE CINEMA .v..I
give a Show at Newcastle
rarr) lonlnhl lor the
benetit of residents of the Mailin's
Bay ami Ncwcistlc aft
John
Pi \( U AI THE HHRIMI
; t COdrtncton College
have beei .i-hooked.
but students who have paid the
12.00 fee will U- vciy welcome to
h niton Collate on the
evening ol Friday. June so. m
infl the da) "ii Situiday and
S'i
i.i-.
iltend the
Spartan Defeat
Malvern
Till! VKitmg Maivfi F >o(bull learn.
VF<.u>ttUv plattsl a .>iw(la> rrirkrt match
acaiim a Spartan XI bt Uiieen* Papfc.
Wmnlnt Hie (oai Ahr vHltom w^il In
n> bal and drelarwl when Ihe wnro lood
al llll lot o* stlrketSi Hparian al the
.).. m play had -orl IS* lor five
Bljpimi lop .cor-d IB! the voilol.
with a well pla>ed )S. while Hlarkman
rr*.le a vNSfnT -ith Oania >..! Lew..
coring M atul la rum reteeenvely. For
Sparian ihe bnwlhia h Tons* AOniu and Tony Havne* who look
aaeJl for IS and I i-.|~-.ovei>
In ihr;t turn al th* ukei Hie home-
slert knocked >ip a bttal ISO run* for
a) M wM-ketn Of Ihe-r Atkino
made 41. In a cckiI knoik wink- Uillenn
ibborn IS and Coricr a brnry
N
'i.iij I'-
fui bnwler (or hi-
I 3 lor
i M and It mpectivcl
served scats from the Chid Clorl
at the Police Headi|uarters.
-pHE POPI'LARITV of "Bus i
M. Christmas" is such' thin It
will be shown again to children
on Saturday morning, Julv 1st ||
9.30 in "Wakefleld"
It will also be shown I
on Monday. July 3rd. at 4.45 p.m.
It Is a good full-length feature
film and it must soon be returned
to London, so this may oe the la*.:
chance to see it
THE BARBADOS CHORAL
SOCIETY, which was formed
in 1922 and has at present a mem-
bership of 90. Mill give ,i pro*
Samme of Music at Combermere
ill on Thursday. July 27 at 8.3U
pm
In recent years the Society has
rendered two programmes of
music each year, one at mid-year
and the other at Christmas at the
St. Michael's Catnedral ulon^
Personal Anmiinsii
Those who attend fur the day
-. and Sundaj should
hi ing tngfl own food.
"T-'HE LOSS Ot . St II CASE.
J*. fountain pen. six paint of
shoes, perfume, n quantity ol aloe-
Ird Ii .i <. I
L. M. B. Meyers ot Prince William
lleniy Street
It a/ai dist-losed that the nilliie*
ivera removed when the building
i fflW liiin was broken ami
entered over the week-end.
AN ACCIDENT CK'C'l'RRED on
Trafalgur Square at about
R 45 a.rr. on Monday, between
ita I". M 10*5, owned by the
National 'Bus Co.. and dnven In
Bn ina AUnvna ol Payne/a Bay. St.
i .on: not-.i lorry m 2024.
owned by Messrs. Jason Jones &
Co.. Ltd.. and driven by Frank
Kellmau of Jackson. SI Michael
The lot) '' - bumper
of the 'bus were damaged.
A DONKEY DRAWN CART
owned and driven by Archi-
bald Craigg ot Holder's Hill. St.
James, was completely smashed 111
an accident along Payne's Buy
Road. St James, at about 7.10 p.m.
on Man la
Also involved in the accident
was Ml501. owned and dnvtn by
Robert Skinner of Green Hill. St
Michael
1 ha) and ''i.ngg *"
shghllv injured.
Scorpion
Fight In
Trinidad
WASHINGTON. JUM JI
])i Benjamin 1> Blood, ChR I ol
the Vet.-ilnarv Publn ll-'allh Sec.
Banltai 1
liuiiMu. has recantrj rntnrntd
from South Aim-nee
In the course of his trip. Dr
taped m Trinktad aftnai
he ic. mad Ur 1
lourth largest BliaVa ot
infant niortalits on thit slumi
Following a consultation with the
.
read to obtRbi ., mppl)
ol jiiti- corpioN serum from the
imtantan Institute in Sao 1'nulo
Hi aril
This institute prothanai -> am
anaiust th,> venom of Mp*e,
tarantulas and 1 I
The health iutl Olitl*
of Trinidad vUl taal U>e erum
lor it effaOt 00 lha venom of the
of scorpion.
Di Blood ..Isn m-rangr,! fol
eorploiiB to be sent t.. tin l n 1
tan Institute to check tt>.
should Ihs nllal rum prove
tjanT itivc for that si- |
Butant.in Institute will then de-
velop anil pn Mm i -of Hal serum
foi of (he
os in Tl
75 Return From
Rermuila Dock*
nrteen Barbadians, formerb
employed on H M !>vk Yards.
Bermuda. nHVrned to the island
yesterday hy ihe Gold Honoc
Thp.\ \icre ti Trntman, V
WeeMs. K KinK. R Ford. 1, O
Armstrong McDonald Jordan, O
Pmeni J N liolman. C C
C.ollop. N Simmons, C W Oollop,
S Stoiite. I) W.illhe. E Clarke
and U. Rusaell
These men h.tve MM hdRM 01
the eieplraaon und| The alseon-
linuatlnn of their agreement. 11 M
Government having decided to
close down the dock >ard* at
Bermuda
The (;<.(.( Rpinycr dropped anchor
in Carlisle Bay aroi|ul 4pm and
by 4.15 pm.. its passengers v\
lighting at the Baggage W.nv-
Although out of Jobs, the,
men looked quite cheerful as
they met their wives. n>(hei i ,md
othei relatives on the B.iggaffe
Warehouse Pier
PROTECT
YOUR
HOMES
AGAINST THE
WKATHER
Pp ran Mippl> N.'it with Iht following:.
EVERrni ooaavaaitat shkkts (in >n
GALVAMISKD COKKCIiATKU BBCBTfl
ALUMINt'M CUKKI'llATKI) SHU I -
COePKKJdl'TTKRINO ulo
PAINTS in the muvl famous Brands
and many other buildinj* rrqnUlln l,io mnnrr its
to nirntion
All ! Attractive Price*
I'AV 'S A VISIT AND BK CONVINCED.
IS'ehon Sln-el
Most Unfitly
In The City
Nelson Street a- in a veiv
untidy condition ycMerdaj It 1
lierhapn the most uTitH)) S'n.
in the City.
A very observant pi
iiik through this street yesterday
would have noticed thai all the
gutter* were chock-full of large
bits ot paper. COCDOU!
with stagnant water In them, en-
isiuraging the breodhm -
toesand lotteti man.
very' smell of win.
nausea.
Bread tail, which m i.nke
.
lunrl tin* pa and .....i to the
congestion. BWT)
ddenta aie baupi > '
always being truck by b bicycle
t vcliMs riding in Ihh <' At
not exercise Mii'iiient care and
the mai< pre always going a:
erinf the live i.l th. e w.ilknit
in The strct
Suffering from
The Barbados Hardware Co.. Ltd.
(THE UOrSF FOR dARGMXS)
Hot 33 A M |WAN STKEST PBOI.B 2100, 3534 or 4406
WILLIAM FOGARTY LTI).
(nc. B. C.
^l the tint Mgn of dlacntnfort afrar
iical-, mck two RennJet. one after
he orticr Their fati-tKUng blend of
miacid ingnMierm rpeedfh/ correcn
t-iditv and remove* the cause of parn.
I Never he wiihout Keaalet it roa'ni
I prone to add nomach. Its ao ear*
carry a few in your pocket or
nanJhag, for ffc.j, , to aepannely
Tapped. If they d.m'c heap yon,
ihcn n' hi|th time you saw roui
Joctor. All iheniHtB sell Reeaiss.
(pennies
Ac SfOOXAV h tint
feial . aa. mum
ANNOUNCES OUR
MIDYEAR OFFER
OF VALUES FOR THE FAMILY.
SEE OUR CENTRE SHOW WINDOW
CHOCKFULL OF WORTHWHILE
BARCA1NS
THAT ARE WORTH TAKING
ADVANTAGE OF
TO MENTION A FEW
Flowd Georgette
Flowered Art Silk
Embo..ed Organza
Peter Pan Mu.lin
Miami Linen
11.16 yd. NOW(1.00 yd.
2.16 ., 1.00
2.3 i .. 1.4)4
1.3...... .84 ..
1.08 .. .. .90 ,.
ITS LIKE BUYING SOVEREIGNS
FOR A PENNY -
FOGARTVS
/dj^ryLISTERINE TOOTH PASTE
BREATH F3RH0UFJ!
iafl*M 222**J
NOURISMIN0 l^
MILK STOUT
lf~3nen*T
*':.;l;-;r.-x
STKOM- >Ot KISM\<: S4 I1SHIM.

In cientrfic tr%tv m..r. ih-os,.', .
of fimple bad breath > <(
for minnte* hut lot hours svith
bruihinc of 1 Ivll KIN' rOOTII T\ '
biaut rafSMsii 111/..' ipnaTfPM nnit
MovNe. lUtfJhVIITOOl !l I
^PAddttr
fitfh t*i*r with enlun.c UawnM
Xmmm
William youncjer s
MILK STOUT
/// 11 < hurt' Ihf plftiHiirf nt
sap/tluinfi i/im with nnt> nt Ihf
I STANDARD VANGUASD
68 h.p. 0 water Saloon.
Tli.. STANTI>AItl> 12 I .
The STANDAKU DEI.H't IV VAN
The STANDAHD ESTATI. CAR
Tjip TRIUMPH lltNOWN l.iTrn Hi.loon
The THIUMPII MAYFLOWER
38 h.p. 4 feat, r Saloon.
This new model 1. expected in 3 month.
CHELSEA GARAGE 419501 LTD.
lift0 ,.*
ThU *wre rieti aallfc pmmmm eosskM ta large II It :rna
at ts6 pel tka. a hasady aaad economic -al way to bay
rink IVir trie famil?
Dadry I''**> U Qiaafc fium the highoot jaaluv Cow's
afiBr. and pr-.eaeid aa Oaat nU tha natanl TiUnuna
and ereamv flavour of fre DIBBCTIUNS Mix ona heaping tablcapouniui of
Dairy PrloV ta every half pint : -* pint) ar cup of
llquM. Tor estra fneajnjana, mra end leave an refr eratjr or lee (- ovemlaht
To make youi Ice Craams and DesaeiU creamy .inc.
delictosai whisk a *aw spoowfniB of Dairy Pride Milk
Powder into yossr aaiBtaara. *** Ml It-f f.
Dairy
Pride
%
nouns
nrn*^
|^|V " flavour/
The same tine milk, with its natural vilamio. and cr.-a;i |
flavoui of fresh Cow's Milk is also packed in I2-OI tins .'
MAFFCO at Ma. par tin This small lt-4M tin can mis
half an imperial ffailon of full cream milk and proves idea
for small families, boctiel-
'in and those wno use men
m small quantities tf
time.
MAFFCO
Ali.rao. Arlfca. a C. 114
I i a.H-i, atM
i a --!- a C.
W M gate.
rki a -. iij
'Ufip !( a c. Ld,
oip.i a r*p a i
i- i. saiuai aiABaTtT0IO CO ITO itu Ac.*.


PAGE FOIR
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESOAi RIM M, )95
BARBADOS
r._i
momi NeeeJ This Happen To IT*?
f------. A i'.i.i,i,i moi hi. oka If, -
-----f-----
,Hiu-.Hii>. law i*. !
SAVE FOOD
THE WASTE ol h d
now ending. ( i etiul ilumpui|
but through being, sold at ndicul'
price* is another instance of the waste o;
food in this island. It is well th;it :\"
should be reminded lluil this Ml d
afford this waste and that '.here is ;i remedy
to which they can subscribe.
It is clear that the answer to the loss of* 1
iiah is to be fotmd in pi\>per cold
facilities. It would the be easy to store
surplus fish so that it mi^ht be available
to those who are unable to keep it over-
night or who were unable f"i one reason
or another to make purchase- of fish l..te
at night
One suggestion is that the cold ttotage
facilities now provided by the llovernment
at the Public Market should he extended
and that all surplus fish be taken over, bj
the Government. This would mean that
housewives who desired to purchase fish
from the Government cold storage could
be assured that it had not been hawked
through the Mievt.s for any length *f time
and had not beyun to thaw out befoie
preparation fur the table. This suggestion
also seeks to protect the health of the com-
munity af-amst the activities of too < *
prising fish mongers and hawkers. It ini^ht
be that the suggestion finds its chief merit
in the fact that the protection of the health
of the community should not be measured
in terms of sterling.
As an amendment to the .sunuestion [of
Government cold storace it might be lllBt
the provision of cold storage by private
enterprise would solve the present problem
of how to avoid waste of food. It may be
that even now it would be provicUd if liu-ir
was some encouragement by the QovafflV
ment.
This would be a means of encoui
another minor industry and preventing un-
necessary loss and waste of food. The im-
portation of equipment for such a venture
might well be relieved ol customs duties
and the iirst year's taxation. This would
be en encouragement to some en1ei|jiisiin
businessman to supply what has been
peculiarly lacking in Barbados; an estab-
lishment for the supply of fish end ctigs.
Besides this, such a business establish-
ment would not meiely prevent waste of
food, protect the health of the community
and make essential food generally avail-
able, but it would bring economic stability
to the Ashing industry on which the Gov-
ernment has already spent large sums
It is useless to have officers trained und
most expensive equipment bought for in
vestigating the possibilities ot
greater catches of fish then to find that
when the information has been dissemin-
ated and the supply of fish has been in-
creased it must go to waste meiely because
there was not sufficient foresight to make
the fullest use of all the fish taken. It is
a sad commentary that in years peel the
only use which could be found for the sur-
plus numbers of flying fish taken during
the season was to use them for manuring
the sugar canes. The world has travelled
far and fast from those primitive methods
and science and engineering have put a!
our disposal the means of providing and
protecting food for feeding the peoples of
the world. There is no reason why that
knowledge should not he made use of in
Baibados for the general benefit ol the
island.
This is an avenue in which private cn-
trrpnse can be really enterprising hut it is
necessary to have the support of
ernmeni who has already spent hu
of money and the general public whose
general health and economic resources
Stand to benefit. Other ventures I.
thwarted by the indifference if not the
lack of encouragement on the part of the
Government, this is an occasion when ex-
penditure involved would not 1m- great and
the advantage i> the island would be
imniense.
f-
Attach Can Untan. .
tdbn ^ir Juhu .\ntiVr*.<*ii
Amu,.1 lenUttcf iuiim-r char
It li anonymous, except?imfnl's *Unf> i omniltter
t,I bfl Professor P unm. fr| .
M S BlackeU, FRS.
i irst part of the pamphlet expense lo give a comparable
aj tOOt! bOUB ..'"'T of protection against in.
Japan and Bikini is summarised atom bomb
I hat in.
* - -ble sue
*"1"1" lo iiumii an aioinu attack
I think the
arguments pres-ei. leu makl UMs-
,. '.rut ane-
fence < f the Unite.i
4 i
launched frosn nearby ba.e< on
iikriit i* quit
The material has been taken from ' particular, given an sttec- the Contlfsa0b li-known public sources and Uve wanung>sU-m,the risks able, if only an economic grounds."
v Ihougtit
tod with radiatio
rvhlch
re a distincuvc fe*tbre of atomic it worth wnfsB to examine the
defence proi;.
atiMnn -rrare. Jt jn(_
uufortuu.ilc that Uh ahilteis
ry small dimenale
-asv for and against
'fact tha
deep to such a potential e:
- ,.,.i-.it..1..,u mat tin shelteis will. I think, be found to diplomacy wo Id |n
.alters should have rushed into Ilf, not m.teaUy changed b> th. he impotent ...
i iti u>ilhiiiit lunlliri fiat* tli. _. . *
however. as It
Bout waiting n>r b l(i.,ty for *,.. i.cou.;. of him.
L *f"cemtn' the atom bomb. Inconsequenil
^uT'm'X T(* .rtr"cto ? "cUw co" "*'" lo "*" ":* Pro"MOr *<** racial diversity, the economic facto,
hi pr**umauiy issue in aw. lamination wheUier of earth, on to i uw.e.it thaV *"
a reeuilofUe risaaronos buildings or waterway... -r. tratad ourselves, *
gallons that are known aimoal cenainlj mUch exagger- ee.1 lo a rene
i..iv< In n under way.
II. ii.: nilig kUI.il
IH'inaps regrci-
i MOjact is wide and
, h sad me Qoaarnniari
ve, vov.ously, been anxious lo
sort ol blunder into
ated In respect of both
and Th
in
n-,.,-11. ' effective
Soviet Russia
energy
Why in sueti iirrumstances
should be Ustcii.il to for a moment
ould be startling, if, by friend of potential foe b a
nwuuure, raaaturyjg, con- QUary that h >s not, apparently
Three
Common
Factors
MR H. A. VAUGHAW in his .h:rd
, Kxtia-Mural Lecture on Constitutional
Developments in the West Indies last week
said that the Constitutional Development ot
the different territories of the West Indies
was UfiUad, ;t any rate, the most oi them, by
three common factorsthe social factor of
racial diversity, the economic factor of
"V".:aP^"Jand tho political factor of c
should pro-) >~- ,
fort to secure! Colonial Office or its earhc
Hritish
matters
elude.
Hruweurinn?
oica tin srrttta of Uu- prvsem elusions but 1 would advise rt^d- presented itse.f to the minds ol
will, 1 nave no doubt, us strongly not to reject them In '"' feaaoi BlSCkctl or those, who-
\ lo have fallen when Uie advance of official protmunn-- *'v'r 'n<*v may l*\ who think likt
"f uillctal invehUgaUuiit ments. hi"'
.iive been made avaifabla So far there is not much to bo ' ' "' doui.t '" that the
criticiPdi of the ptunphlet. vn,,T^ > '" "
1.1 Mlgb n
Atomic Energy Consralaaksa of Uu
Organisation in
.Ni Y'.fk ... proved uiipiodue-
Ilve. niat do-* not mean, how-ver
Uial they should not be renewe*.
or that a fresh approach rthoulo
tight
l..s.l.
1 for on have alwesa though,
it unfortunate that the bsiUI
should have l-en complicated
greement with' Thus, the replacement of tobacco by sugar as
i the control of the main crop had led to the importation of
( negro slaves. This again increased" the export
of su :ar The more sugar that was exported, j
the more the Colonial Office smiled on the!
slave trade; on the other hand the more the
planlen in the local assemblies encroached
on the powers of the Executive. The year
1671 might be taken as a turning point.
marking the cessation of the period of propri-
etary rule. Representative inMitutions were
established in Jamaica, and there wer. sim-
ilar turning points in other colonies. A new
phase followed which continued till about
1675 when Colonial administration was re-
organised under the Lords of Trade, who en-
deavoured to extend the prerogative of the
Crown. One factor was the mutual Jealousy
of the West Indies which led the lords to
maintain Crown prerogative not only against
the Assemblies but against the Governors.
After 1675 the Governor's powers of patron-
age and of appoint inn hJl Councils were
greatly limited.
scat* that the writers may hav.-
shewn undue haste and unjuMi-
I I,., loafer huvo any official iu-j a-df-conodenca in puium
oiiiiccium with Uie departments (<,r*-ard their own view* at thi-.
i. but my past experience juncture.
in litUe doubt that the i ,re] hound to adopt a very
uiirlu.s.oiu. set forth in th.- dill.r.nt attitude towards the
.amphlet will be found wide of inu-r parts of the pamphlet, a*
JM :i1Uik in u number of impoi- interpreted by Frofessor Blnck.-tf-
lant respects. commentary In his foreword. I
The destrucUve power of atom'c Und It indeed difficult to observ<
.ciponii is, of course, inunitely txcomlng restraint In comment- the outsat bv the introduction of
i eater than of those with which in*. a ..inception of inter nation
.( have hitherto had to deal. mnMnhlp, obnoxious n- that con-
On the other hand, StMtl I lit \ !: M option must be to any mind
1 'l "'i -ue very costl> and ur- obsessed by jdoctrines i
Ad seem always likely to con- Having concluded-wrongly as sovereignty.
mue to be, In strictly limited I *uta maintainthat defence lly a|, mpil| s lpl U5 aI1 tr%
upply ca" "-oninbute little or nothin, aui Du, M make our declar-
und ignoring the obvious eonsld- ,lunt , r,.ngth luid not from
over, to give "value, the (.ration that power to retaliate .M-aknesa.
tombs would hove to be placed effceUvely may in pracUce In- <.( Those frAO are dtSDOBl
itii nre.it iiecurucytin easy far greater value than meosure- critical ol tha lailura of th*
natter in the face of un active of defence, acUve or passive, how- ,.(Tort.>. lefaBOS ever theso may be evaluated. th< ,.,,r. dovota mm Uantton than ~tiU" ornnnK* that 1i
1 should expect to find in the professor plunges into ,. lield in (hay hav. hitheiio bean difpl ad
iffleiid appreciation, when it which the iittainmenU of scientilk ti< glvv to the obataclc whirh a
ixiomeii available, strong sup- wcrkers however eminent, ore in elaaad fronlier offer. t port for the view that Civil themselves of no account. liihment of UV muiu.d MM
Defeoca of the kind evolved U> In effect he says, although he essential u> the satisfactory solu-
i nrnlnd the forms of attack expe- does no*, put It so bluntly, that lion of the prulilem of interna-
rieneed In the last war could be Uie only advice he can give to tional control I. I S
with relatively little the BrtUsh people Is to accept the World Ci.>mlit Reserved
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My First Taste Ol A Kibbutz
It's a Place where you don't have to worry about rent, latei bills, or baby sitters
Hy Beruurd i\ irksft-i-il
CiALlLEE. esc except In Moslem countries.
Have you ever heard of a All you have to do Is to get a
kibbutz" It isn't something you l.iwyer to prepare a "bill e-f
put un your bend or eat. divorcement nd then go before
It is a sort of communal settle- the rabbinical court and hund the
mint where everybody U full of bill to your wife. If .she accept*
i < and nobody has any money, it, you are divorced.
If you live in a kibbutz you it does not matter what areyoui
Official kibbutz business. Mem-
bers may talk in any language
the) like among themselves, but
I Iba endless committee
hut lings It lakes to run a com-
munity, ihej must use Hebrew.
As Mime of them know the
language no better than an average
< .in't even call your pants or your grounds. Maybe you don't like schoolboy knows French, you hear
sliirivmii Own I awni hat ('"king or the way she leave*, the Hebrew equivalents of such
to the whole community. hairpins In the bed. If she sentences as "Vuus ctres passing
There are several nundreU aecepU Hie paper that's good le buck vous etres," and "Je suis
Ubbutltan in Israel tone kibbuU, enough gpf "*'lc suggesUon abomln-
two kibbutzim), and the general able
idea of them in to build up a At nllll'4> lit *> I attended one such meeting
4 intelleetual peasants who and it look more than an hour lo
,an kiv*. things and look after Tho girls'chief complaint about decide who should do the cooking
goats without getting bored. hie on the land in Israel was tin ,.xt week and who would mend
inserts Enormous beetle* came (he community's socks.
You .si. one difnculty about buzzing through the windows,
forming this new Jewish national they said, and crickets with feeler* | % ollll|lt*f*r'U . .
thai everybody wants to three inches long fell on you from
live in cities They all wan* lo the ceilings. Division of labour Is one of the
be bankers, lawyers, furriers, and Another complaint I heard was rtnottlast problems m a kibbutz.
billon This is all right when thai then- win* never any bacon Most of the women are absorbed
living in other countries, but now for breakfast There is no law In social .services such as kitchen.
they h.iv.- on* of their own they againrt it, and only about 15 per laundry, nursery, and Clothing
have got to find somebody to cent of the population of Israel department, Except for the
mow the grub. are raUglous or orthodox Jews nursery, these are all unpopulai
I stayed in several of theso rig-raising would be an ideal jobs, und ^he majority of these
settlements during my hltch-hik" side-line for. the kibbutzim, bit* ix-tyinsis mil office girls would
through the Promised Land so far none of them hits quite had rather be dairymaids, shep-
because, like the monks of old. the nerve to start it. herdesses, or work in the fields
they offer bed and board o you don't look after your With the men.
benight if t travellers. children in a kibbutz. The eom- Mj wira who thinks I alway?
But for me the most interesting munity does thai for you. When havt- wonderful time abroad.
was one north of the Sea of Galilee tht. mother comes out of hospital should have seen me when I
on .i high bluff overlooking the ^^lVb paid bv the community, of volunteered to do some Job to
Jordan winding through the gorge course) the baby is taken from her repay my board. They put me
flOOft. below. lo the children.* centre and all work wnshmg up. My companh
This UbbuU Is called Kfar ^he does is to turn up five times were a plump, jolly girl, formerly
rTanaal, and is composed almost daily lo feed it. As a coneession. somebody's secretary and on
entirely of city workers from mothers are allowed to bathe their Official from the Treasurer's office
Britain and Australia. Thera are own babies if it does noi interfere of the Manchester City Council
172 of them, plus 3d children with their outside work
Th.. have 6i)0 acres under crops. Apart from this, the only time
l Hock of sheep which they milk parents see their children
.i unal foundr* where they are between four and seven, v.
nuking im/zles for hoses. thev are allowed to take then
A girl who works the washing th,.i,r rooms or go for a walk.
ia in the communal laun-
Smokers at this kibbutz get
cigarettes a week, und at parties
hrn 'here Is usually dancing and wine
i to They have lllms (The Hunchback
of Notre Dame was the last one
sown), concerts, plays, and visit-
dry was formerly a mannenutn. |.ani{lia|t- Iflir 'ZJ1^"""-1"^"8"0 T^
Two girls doing ironing were they- pay no tacome Ux. As all
MYrelarlcs and one man I saw IncluenUilIy. you must not talk the buying is done for them by
i.uttiug up a prefab house used lo young chfWreti in any olhei aiv oubade represenlaUve. th.
!,. work in his uncle's pan shop, language hut Hebrew. It is try- Mod in no queues
If vital itatlsUcS are anything i"K enough to have children pester Their children ore as happy and
t.i go bv the life xeems to suit YOU with questions in your own healthy as any I have seen
them 'in lhc oast 12 month* language, but imagine hnving to individuals ihey do not need i<>
there have been 10 maniage-. '.0 answer them from four till seven worry about rent, rates, bll s.
i> mil no deaths "> language that is rtily Just icpai.v or baby-sitlen..
Kf ,',- 11.nisi bovs and glrK being rcvivl after a couple of If I could get loads like those
m ,,'v m n iveraiH ->e "f W thousand yeoi-s. off my mind. I would wash up
m. ,,, ,.,-,,., man nywhara The same rula applies to all every day I..E.S
Incidents from the various Colimiee illus-
trated these tendencies. Thus in Barbudc^s
tht Assembly was concerned to tfel ODDtrol
of the purse-strings. Thus in 1764 the Assem-
bly refused to proceed with a Bill concerning
liquor taxation sent to them by the Council,
money Bill.
They gradually secured control over money
legislation, with many incidents of OOQflsCt.
as over the right of sharing with Governor
and Council the control of the issue of money
from the Treasury Another struggle was to
secure the right of nominating the Treasurer
which the Assembly gained in 1710. The
Council backed by the Lords of Trade re-
sisted the Assembly's claim to pre-Audit the
Treasurer's accounts. By 1740 the Assembly
had secured the principle that a money bill
should be accepted or rejected without
amendment. The Council, for whatever
reason was beginning to yield and the Assem-
bly hid now secured fairly complete cnnti.il
over money bills.
in Jamaica by 1676 the House of Assembly
had established considerable independence,
with rights of freedom of speech and freedom
fr^m arrest. But the Assembly overshot itself
There was a quarrel concerning the Receiver-
General, owing to the drastic action of the
Assembly in connection with their com-
plaints against that official. The Lords ot
Trade objected. An attempt was made to
enforce the Poynings' Law in Jamaica; the
Governor was instructed not to call the
Assembly without sanction from England,
while legislation drawn up in England way
handed on to the Assembly to be passed by
ihem verbatim. The Jamaica Assembly how-
ever, flatly refused to pass these laws. The
Lords of Trade called in the advice of the
Crown Law Officers, and these consulted
with judges. The opinions have not come
down to us; but it is apparent that the Lord:;
oi Trade gave way. Jamaica was given a con-
stitution on the model of Barbados.
In the I-eeward Islands the period is marked
by the first attempt at Federation, a general
assembly being called in 1674 for the four
islands concerned. In the view of discussions
today it was interesting to note that this gen-
eral assembly and the individual island.
legislated concurrently on all subjects
Another interesting feature of the period was
the representation of West Indian Colonies
in England by agents. Barbados was the Ant
Colony to do this in 1671. Originally however,
the agents were represenlalives of the Gov-
ernment rather than the Colonies; this phase
followed later when the colonies appointed
agents for specific purposes, it was interest-
ing to notice that these agents were all with
drawn in the 19th century.
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Udt^s SfuckAs
pan oured the attitudes of the staff to
tviirketi almost all aspects of employment
then
local m lava
n tfeBB that what Is needed i* a "Sub- but in the best text books
ibi kit hosj
RKAOKB
Ha! Ha!
The Editor. Th4 -l.lro.ol.'. bflUM a week. 7J pe
ul.dun Tor uMnlin i, at w. bul 26 |*r c.l nllal- w.-re clojrty "}?' '
h?ni on pointtnl uu. motn ... Iheuihl II InconvjnUrt mi un- ..'.-........on Tu- !-l> "'
Bjrb.di.,,,' .-ye. ,.,,, ,,,.., Mcj-r, !.,.> ffla.'a&f laSJifSi"^ T....... Urn*. TU Maaa,
""-Oi......-'"'" -,;,.- ,,:,',.,;;..... ,'.',,, ,.; ,,i uiUn. lr. I. knowl- SI..-H....,,, Umnk. ... Mr. ,. UM ,ubMb
For iniuna; Ihcre l> muoh talk lauuut In Ihll counln nruvldVri ! lhi.1 llu .. not |ll. Fcnlj for t.vln| m .. louuli In very littlr vote* 10 wlul >liou..<
h*ro about ho.pil.ls- Hut i, what Mauri In th* mnlnf, oppnrluni- lo .my oxlonl .n the hoapnnl, ronnrrlion with lh phaur o( l. |v*n or l*tl oul.
Is lo bo found here any n,......, irl In aoclal ....I I....'. >' 10 th.- fnrlkm bj- (.ho A.lv.Ttiacmral. T&a ...Isi*an _.__-,
than a reoUca ol what IS concur- political activities were reduce* tween one occupational group and be of son.* use. after all. he Mia WEARY WILLIE
rentlv going on elsewhere? another. The subject was one on us: they serv* him as a sijpv.l to June 26. 1950.
Thi labour turnover" waa great- which there was an almost com- shut off the speaker and go and
Let us consider then 0 report esl among ; ,i.|.i,a.v ,.f sllene* No- feed Uu- li.-n.: II.. Ma'
mode by the Social Science De- p., oml Of lha domestic grades lioilv admitted to being friendly ...... Lanbbfiin Ihnlnry
partment ..f l.lverp.,l University were dls.otl.lied with their |oba with a i-rson of lower social Hut yoo also had th.t'..y and
and published on June 20. lOI ... cent, of status. ho yt '"""',"'" '"'' "'* '.' ", The Editor. Th* Adroraf*.
by the Inatrtat. ..( Hospital ,1,. ... .a-nt ot .... _,_., ___,., .,...,..,, ITT f?!"p, *'"-. .5 _.'c ..H s"' 1 think that Mr Dougl."
Admlnistrators. Onl% one per cent, of
nurs. i\ ^.">!< up hospital
"in e*n*ral. II statad, th* ,k with lha nanary motive ..f
overage number of hours work.al ,.,, ,,. community; 72 p*C
In hospitals each week was l.n .. the work
in th..
reign ol
aeribers' Union". As It Is at pres- Medieval and Modem English
ent w* arc "luat one. one" and at History only poising irfrrrncr .-
the mercv of the Company, made to West Indian Histors a
Although w* provide the money an Illustration of tht nvalrs
for lth staff ond shareholder. !r0,'"..f-n';,l,d u'"1 """
and good money too if Ihere arc HjjJ^gSaWllL
Sehomburgk's History of B-.r-
badns. "The Barbados Dlocesar
History" bv Canons Reec* ant
Clark-Hunt ond Daniel,. West
Indian Histories are all very help-
ful In tht teaching of Caribbean
History: but there is still a great
need for some historians with the
tuve.sarv vision and scholarship
to produce a ser!*s of textbooks
on West Indian History suitable
for use In our sch<|.
The rigid social *U^aUon ,OP a big Improvement In th- Smlth-. Brtlcle on .Tnr teaching
* empssaanad m the nrrange- muslcol progt.ic .--- ,; Cribliean History" in the
menu Tor serving food whereby erflllon" ,n,y ttM,rI ril|M ,, the ^dut-cole of June 20. Is more
eoch group iilf-inu epr;.te room ..,,, ,.,. .; ,, ,. ,., ^ ,nan tlmc,y |r ^^ of t|w (act ,.rnnipm Wll, no, >|!ow to
_ "f.i! .^ "to cut ""* e*rarl thm in the Common Course which this opportunity of sending leach-
It is therefore hoped that Cov-
,-,th the fond
,ith the
than that In mdu.tr> More than iuWl,-' Uiecn. Tnere iis more """ wlta*J2?.1^ !L*"n j, has just been introduced in the en and other suitably qualincd
half of the nurses said that dm- '. ens and "'vl' ""'c ",,s more m; I cannot claim 10 D* mud Ofa Flemenlarv Schools, special em- Dsjrmi to atlend the Summer
Hie week In which Ihey ,,,,. aboUt laUafacUSl about every aspeci of )udBe about music in the higher phasis is laid on the leaching of School on "The Teaching of
questioned they would be work- other things. m the larger hoaplUls grades, but I do think that a good \V. i ihstnrv There are Caribbean History" to be held in
Ing more lhan 50 hours. Of the than in the small hospitals whan deul <>f what is given us I- non- many teachers, including myself. Trinidad under the able supervi-
wholO staff. 7] per cent, worked The staff of the hospitals seem- ,h(. m(lt*\e wan hleher." deseript and shapeless, not much who have offered Medieval and ion of no less a dlsttnguishe-i
longer than the normal Inriustn ed much more cla-s-consclous melodj n about It Modarn English History at the West Indian author and historian
44 hour week. n inUtj at large. 1 don't know lust how much of But I was specially taken with l-ondon Matriculation and the In- than Dr Eric Williams.
Of those who worked for 45-j > Ml awareness of social clasa col- ihli is applicable to Barbados but the suggestion in tha other letter termediate Arts ExamlnaUons; W1NFIELD N. GRANNUM
MEATS
llxtoiiEur* In Tins
Lamb in Tins
U- .-k. i cl Beef hi Tins
Mrat Koll in Tins
Steak and Kidney in lin.
Vienna Ssusaces In Tins
Banish Cocktail Baeaaaai
|| i'l.-'i t-'rankfurtrr Saus-
ae.-
Veal LaaJ in Tins
Ham I.uj.1 In Tii
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MfiFTABMS
Bert Rool l?r. prr II."
t ati,.:^ Ue, pir lb.
Cucumber* in Tin*
SPECIALS
Cat**! I ......lair
an.l Cream RiiarulU
Baric) Suitar in BUev
Barley Susar Sticks
Cake Mix in l'k|e<.
Ilvalline Kusks
I IBB
Kipper's in Tins
Kipper's (old si.>ra*r
Mai kerf t told sioraee
Mjckrrrl in Sail
rilrhard- In Tin*
UetWseaa In Tins
Kiafl Ibh Suprrme in
Tin-.
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fish Paahi
llh Cake-.
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WI.IiNESDAV. JUNE is. 195tl
Council Object To
Adult Suffrage
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAKE FIVE
HouseProvidesSKMNM) CBOMCM "W"*' ^mrnim
For Hurricane Relief
HON'BLE t. D. L. PILE and Hon'blc G. B Evelyn
said they were opposed to Adult SutTraKi'. U
yesterday began consideration of the Bill which m
amend the law relating to the Representation of the I
Act. The Bill was introduced by the Acting Colonial S C
relar\ Mr E. J. i'vlnc, and the BkOUOfl DM th.
reading was seconded by Hon'blc Di Massiah.
After .]..--. i... by Mr. I'.-'.nr H-nible Dr. Mwlih. H..11 hi,
M. Pile, and liWblc Mr fcvJ>n. further ega id>r.iil.m uf itu
lilll M iKr.Lin.iird
The \. in < ..I..IU.I secretary
moved l! Itag uf the
Bill He *,iirt The objects of thin
set out In the
Objects and Reasons and I think
it is unnecessary for me at this
stage of the history of democratic
government, to say much of the
three main amendments that the
Bill covers. The Bill should take
I'ttle urging at this stage
No Variation
MaM ope..all % now tin-. ar.
ix nil pa'd. lhe> xhuuld ha.'
riihuth sense of rc*ponslbilil>
no' to alloM important 1. ... .
linn la be passed h> five par-
son* who will be a ma)orU> ol
a qiiwirn 1 nine.
As regard* the amend' I
hon'blc Acting Colonial B
Is going to make. I am not lawyer
enough to say whether they ill
serve the purpose of preventing
the Amendments outlined in this
Rill before us to interfere to a
MffiOW extent with the \'i-lih-
Act, the Jin'"-- Act, and things nf
that sort. But if we are goint.
" have juries fm:'ier deplete.) r
intelligence hv a llfll Uk this, i*
" will be a very serious thins li
r country.
1 propose ui the appropriate
time to move Retain amondnMnti
which will make n unite clear
that the Govenmient's Intention !?
not to vary the qua I ideation
uuired under the Vestries Act
the qualidcation under the Jurors
Act.
That was the reason for itir
seeking the postponement laat
week, and a* there
doubt a- to the law. It ha* been
considered advisable in nsaa.*
the intention of the Bill elea
by the amendment M-hfeh 1 will
MM at the approprlati
I now beg to move that the Bill
be read a second tine.
Hon'blc Dr. Maaalah
seconding the motion for the sec- again either permanently
ond reading of this Bill, as I said period of years If we arc goins
en Iho last occasion I personally h> allow that to ratnnen and mul-
have no objection to Universal lll>! IfoUl, thei
Suffrage: we practically have It "re going to have very little con-
now. There are certain other fld"- any court in Ihi*
rountry
llon'bte a U. L 1'lle: Mr
President. I do not suppose that
what I am going to say DOW will
have any immediate effect. I do
A SUPPLEMENTARY RESOLUTION for $10,000 wa!>
passed by the House of Assembly yesterday to provide
li, aponMdl ol the hurricane season, raaaa. va. I *
a period of threat and reserve for use ulter the disturb
tojea
drance stood In Its way. he WM
Mill of the opinion that it would
trj ttva ua ' ^MH ., .
peetad of it.
He did :>! anon whether It
was a case of forget fulncas but he
rather hoped U was that rather
'.an that they should itm fell

in .djeged
retun ba mat King Peter
: : Vugoi

v (C P.)
Arana the passing ol Hie
aaolution. Mr. Adams iL). said
thai 1U object a ..
a caused b] .1 hurricane,
I storm or flooding so that immedi-
. ute relief could be given as necea-
1 oiiiv.it \ tn Evidence
We all remember and know
1 that for the last few years the
Chief Justice has. at practically
I every sitting of the Court of
, Grand Sessions, remarked upon
the verdict given in a particular
case. a*, being absolutely contrary
Ptu Io ""* ***eW el the evidence:
1 and on one occasion if I remember
rightly, he gave an order thai that
Jury should not be summoned
HIS XI I I I I M THE GOYKRNOK 1 in 1 r ..1-1 walks aluii* the
orrldo: leading lo ihr Let 1*1 alive Council (lumber* where
i .1 belli House*. .l the Legislature to the apeeeh he made
a:'the re-iiprninj; 11 rctnnn* were hunted hTm by the l"rel ol Iba Lagllbtlva Council and the Speaker of Ihe House of
laBeaaBty reataitlaj He U followed b* the Lord Bishop. Mr
PVtrie, \. lint relenlal Secretary, Hon. II 0 Lejcock and Major
I Lambert. I'M vale Secretary
-inn ti> to Improei
thej go on.
Tearh Them Laajic
1 I:..'
old 1<
irable
i'
points by the amendments pro-
posed in this Bill, however, that
are opeii to very serious doubt In
the tlrst place there i>. the reinov-
ing of the qualidcation for mem. nol gu^^^, ^H it will have any
bership to the House of Assemr.lv vfTecl ln ,he ,ong , j fer,
lent tb.
Ike the child
ii.eiti.ii. S hool and teach him -
,ll!lr'1, ' 1 ' he rauve Council Chawnber, replki
1 ,io.b ihe poa ttvm boUi bouses ol the L.-(nsla-
Uue, l<> his [>. h at the oiH'iimg
H.E. Attends
Legislature
HI I v 1 ; ihe tlovernoi
racetvad In the Letfa
Keep Out The Pone
however, that it U my duty U
say it. e\-en if it has no effect at
all.
The hon'ble member who sec-
onded the motion for the second
There is the modem theory that
ttM Idea of putting qualification
in the old days lor membership to
the House, was done for the pur- "*<"n* <* tW* Btl' ^J^x hr
pose uf preventing poor people
aid he had
had no objection to Adult Suffrage.
f.om sitting m that ChamberTlSal Jfj^sSRsS iufhi*' advocalea
to my mind although a modern "" ^!?^\?-_ ..-
Dternretatlon, is entirely absurd
and wrong. It was done in the
old days so as to be certain that
|XKi])le who were going to repre-
sent the various parishes had a
stake in the country, and would
not on any occasion vote for any
legislation thai would Inflict seri-
ous damage on the country with-
out hurting themselves That to
my muni :i-. the original object
it! doing It.
. objection to it as
1 It I
I practii
I am not a great lo%'er of a
financial qualification for mem.
In r-hi[i of the House, but I do
certainly think that we should
He then urnl on to nay. how
Important was the qualifica-
tion for membership of the
House if we are to try to gel
people In the House who are
reall? proper and true repre-
enlallvea of the people; that
Is to aay. representatives who
had knowledge and rommon-
kense. and the will to do their
beat for the people who had
elected them.
sibl,
bette
who have Hu n
the right
Far modiic** sake try U
forgcl throe libels like "demo-
cratic", and "prairesalve" and
'reaction-r> The problem
we have In decide la-day is
What sort of ...Mi11n.nl we
ha%-e nut Baaf P Ul sort of cl<
ate we have sot. If honour-
able member* .ire li>pnolised
b> llu-x- terms used b> the
Illllll. 1.11 .l.|. \ -.,! I 0|.....ll
Secretary >ou Mill *t| ^rounil
here and nve e\.-rone Ihe
right to vote That Is absurd
These I.d.. :
1 They .ire
only "i use i-> Ihe pot I
election lime to try to confuse the
io irj and get the un-
Ibtnkim; p.ul of the electorate.
eai WU b) then- facile emo-
tions, 'o vote t from the
ill then have 1 much 01 the present ktailaiatlv geealoij
01 getttni people Ttu- raplkt were read by ihe
rawed on President of the Council and the
Bneakei ol dm House of Assembly
vcipectively. after wh.oh Hi*
Excellency replied.
"Mr. President and Honourable
Members of the Uafjsl tivs
Council
Mr. Speaker and Members of
the House of Assembly.
1 thank you fur ihe terms of
your respective addresses in reply
to the speech which 1 delivered
ul the reopening of the I^siMa-
ture and I welcome jour unani-
r.ious concurrence in principle
with the several mntters to which
1 laJhrred
It Is the inlenlloii Of Oovem-
ment first to present to the 1 1
lature at an early date proposals
designed to rvurgani/e the Tivil
Barvkae in relation to the lIH
Iteport ol Commissioner Adams
in order to bring the daytO '>
of departrneni
liiaheal pnealbte standard >( e 1 uitended
eietK >. aacondl
to present
tily date
AI 21 \ ( oiilacl
1 ri peat, tiiat ii i~ uuposMbU'
to devise quuhlnalions tli.it are ._
perfectly rl|ht Hu; you OBU say short term m..
But the hon ble member did not let the aga l.n vutiug be 25 years opment to Ik- rimmced so far m
.m to tev that the reason why That would be an unprovesaenf .- ..-..,
have some qualification In the he has got to be so careful about a ;
way of educational standing or the qua I ideations for membership no ...ntct with life A person
something of lhat sort. If we of the House is because there is that has reached 2:> has had some
do not do that. It Is losleal to Adult Suffrage or practically uch contact, and has learned
believe and tn expect that the
lime will crime when a Urge
malorlly of the members of the
House of Assembly will be en-
tirely Illiterate or very nearl>
Adult Suffrage now. I have been certain ,n told, and it i* probably correct, cannot nej snadont out of U^ks.
lhat it will not make anv differ- you have got to net it by contact
ence. with life.
What ll Means
Just at the moment when the it will not make any difler-
whole world 1* almost In a state once, why extend It then? I urn
Of chaos politically and otherwise sRoinst Adult Suffrage because
to have a system of this sort im- nnot see any argument at all
-ll Thaavee "the res^bUity^o? j*jj*0_at! * vote tn
running of the Government, k
nind entirely absurd
wrong.
Look ul Korea
,vhat
every person who happens to !>e
born. to have lived to 21 years of
age and happens neither to be In
prison nor in the LunnUc Asvhim
That is 'what Adult Suffrage
means.
quite willing to admit that
ith all there Is something to bo said both
in for and against any sort of (nulli-
fication that you put up, whether
it lx- Ihe old property qualification
or any other. You will always
have a certain number of people
entitled to vote who have m
business to be voting at all. You
will not get any qualitlcat: n thai
is entirely right
One has only to look at
is happening in Korea
the implications which
..ne' mind to convince oneself
that every country, especially a
small place like ours, should try
U) use the nmounl of Intelligence
it has by pooling It. We should
try to use this intelligence apart
from colour, party or anything
else, for the good of the country.
I feel lhat this particular
amendment proposed in the Bill
ii a difficult thing to achieve
As regards the changing of caUon cannot give people
the quarum. that doe* not con-
specially. It Is purely are
I say ll will lie a areal Im-
provement if the members of
till-. 4 lumber -nil the Hill Io
the Other PtsaM lib thai
amendment, s.jim. very well
an "111 have Adult Suffrage,
but let Ihe ace ol v.dirn be 25
years. You would nol lake
away the sole Inini those who
have it now. bul do not let us
put on anv mure unlit they
nave reached 13 rears of age.
Again I ask, what know
ledie docs a youngster of 21
have of life which would make
him capable of -u- his
vole so as to say who are the
right people to covern this
country ? Hoys of 21 are not
even put In charge of small
bu>iiir^.v .ma tbl* Kill seeks
to give them the rlghl to elect
people Wtte w HI l> is- laws thai
will affect even Individual In
the Island.
You havi
and
ether immediate resources Third-
ly. It is intended tn prepare
long term plan 01 icvelopment
possibly related to the term of the
n-w sugar agreement, to be
primarily horn loan
funds, but naturally the annual
loan chnrges and other conse
"currant costs will need
to !" covered by additional
recur ran) revenue
My administration will do its
utmost to expedite the prepata
tum of tin artal
.. in tl 1 inh 1.11 tn (he oetermination
of the long term plan of develop-
ment Fortunately some ol the
groundwork has been dm but
w completion will necessitate
.vine delay, but I trust not undue
-i flu .....tatton of Ihe
plan
I thank you for your attention
At Ike same lime the prtp**al
Included prevision of nmdi 10
assail Ihe ( enlral Relief Urgan-
1- .11 .11 and Ihe Paruchlal Kelief
t'ommlltee* in obtaining nerea-
aao equipment and faad* to
allow far the distribution of
food and medical supplies befere
Ihe arrival of a *Urm.
Ilonnuiiible membeis woulii re-
asssOaber, Mr Adams said, that
during the Moods of laat Septem-
bei the authorilies had been criti-
cised for acting loo slowly in deal-
ing with the flood damage but H
had been pointed out that there
were neither medical supplies nor
provhoona forthcoming until the
. had been lapoifasl
Forewarned, Korearmed
The resolution baton them was
to ensure that as soon as il had
been reliably reported that
storm was approaching thai appro-
prlatt precautions could be taken
before d actually struck the
island
The SI0.ee*. he said, wauld be
divided Into three seeUeos"A"
1 .r.mu at the approach of
Hurricane Seaaen. "***
serve for a period of threat
"<"' Reserve far uae after Use
disturbance.
Unflsj AV $1,000 will be grant-
td to certain divisions of the Cen-
tral Hurricane Itelief Organisation
for Ihe provision of tools for those
lepai tinents that normally do not
hold Ui. in. provision nf equipment
for shelters and Ihe provision of
mexhcal supplies and first aid
Doxei
A grant of $500 will be made to
the parish of St. Michael for tools.
enjulpmenl and aoun kitchens and
.i |ranl Of $100 to each of the other
parishes, making a lotal of $I..MKi
and .1 grand lotal of $2,500. This
money will be expended.
"B" provides for the sum of
$500 as a grant to the Director of
Agriculture and $200 aa a grant to
the Director of Medical Service'
that, in the event of the Ihreal
a hurricane, they can dispense
food and medical supplies Io the
i'.n isln- tiefotc the storm develops
it a lime when the roads will be
lear The distribution will not
lake place until a public caution-
>rm warnlni baa been given
ami even then it will be entirely
,t the ili'cretion of these officer*
rhether Ol not supplies should la1
disiN>nsed The lotal under this
section 1- $700 This money will
not be expended niili "im. i ..
1bii.it ol danger
l'i iei (". ihe bulanee of ihe
funds. $8,800, will be held as a
Boaarvi Kund and will only be
spent on the authority of the Gov-
ei-nor-in-Executive Committee,
itml will ha aUooalad after the dis-
turbance by the Commlllce as it
sees fit
. This money will only be ex-
pended if damage is caused
Mr Allder ilj seid lhat the
OOVeramaOt was or should lie a
eia-rous one He fell thai what-
ever was within its power to do
i> helping people to straighten out
'hall Ulan circumstance*, should
OP dOM Unless some great hin-
vim 1 /*/#;-
\ 1 1:1 sll HMirXI N l 1
.PI RINA POI UKi CMOW8
The puMIc still had .1- etc*
open Io see the full efleclM of Uw
saalatanee which waa prom (hi
by Government after Meptemlin
In I'M1' People who had suffer
e*> loaa en that occasion ere
llll Halting even M he was
walUng. There was a wld>>
spread feeling thai too mud
time waa belns taken In lh<
granting of aaslsUnre and it was
his chief aim U urge (iotern
menl on the asalter.
There were many house. In Si
John which, since then we , I
sad state of need nf r*|
nothing had been d.me for the
people whose houses had bean
cmpletely d.-rtr,.yed In -.-ine
ui u people were Uvlna
In Uttle 14 by H houses nnd hi
hoped that Government was not
blind lo such situations
Maximum Speed
Mr Mapp glad lhat the Government .
taking steps to prepare for grant-
ing relief against any situatiot
which might arise It was mOtt
necessary to have a quick eiTi.i-
ent system of anutUll| relief
especially In lite outer parlshe
of iiela
I pa
; our Suppt\ 'rum
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a\ oh
The /ristorrat
11 M'lt i\i. rtsui-
II iiiki ri m 11 \s|
II V II II I SO \ s
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ion iroi I AMI ll
II nastfl AKKAM.I li ||
Broad Si, Local Agents
He had been rellahl> told lh-i
Ul the eonslltueu.) which
represented, there waa a
difficult) with regard the com
mltlee set up for rellrf In a
of a storm. The difficult! i
over Uie matter of funds and
who would handle Ihcm ll
hoped lhat tin- Government
would lake steps lo make -oic
thiil Uie dlflicully would Ik
snieothened out and leave lh>
organlration 1., run with al
'......Ul-L' -
That was only the Hrst step u
he'p in emerneatkn of thai nanin
OUM iuesnre> wire ahn '.n
Ital In matters of that sort and
ho looked forward tn sosing Ihosa
Iher way. and means UtVOaUnitecl
The educational qualification is
all right up lo a point, but edu-
1 4111 mi I
. ,1.,,
lowing
it.- 3Tth Mi
aoahiUan
Govf. To Discuss
Relief Goods Agreement
A MKSSAGE f.c.m the Gnvern-
oc to the leajlslature yeskerday,.
Informed th" 1 I...... that the
Barbados Government has been
who Invited to accede t<> the itchef
.gistcred under Ihe present Goods' Agreement between U.K.
qualification of an income of $3 a Oovernmsnl and the Government
month Now you are bringing m of the USA. which mise: from
masses of people who are not able the Economic Co-operation Agree-
. What you really wanl t earn $2 a month. These are menl
people with commonsense. (he aort of peplcr of whom you The Message stales thai It will
-" let us be recalled the QovenurteSt of
nola- Rnrbados acceded tw-the Economic
CO-oneratlon Agrwment and In
kT so accepted the condition
tin Oovcntment of the Unit-
Kingdom should negotiate with
Government of the United
f America an Agreement
antn of iciief
goods into the United Kingdom
, By occe.ir.,; tO the Helnf GOOOM
.i.ir Agreement. Ilarbadon will umler-
take to gr,.nt duty free entry Into
' '^ Harbodos li respect of three types
niti ar.i of consignment f relief goods
from the United States, namely
What M.Ps.
Want To Know
Asked Yesterday
In The House
M. I
'..:.M...;
111 .11... for ihr Olh.r Fltr, people who will npt attempt the in sjyii K p I will v thta thoUKh. thai If Impossible, but who will do their give UIW
perHMM are rleeted to Ihe Other betl with the tools they have got tlon."
In The Legislature Yesterday
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1 ihe Kf, ,i..
. 1S9 made br 1
.Mi
Ada ii" "l I
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Q> TUII V.*.

UfBcr. lA>n
.Scheduled (.wSi;
The Council
1 Ihr tallow- --.
brsan consideratriin ul
BUI lo menel lh H-p-
he Pr-vpW Art.
vill ut aaain nesi Tin>-

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ISM- Rvaardln* Ihe U.-MI011 <* Kcaula
aarbarkn t<> !< "Hehel Good< Aarre- ,-r.-
ntrnl between Ihe OHSeMBinl af tlie vutotia Ol -ectkHl 1T7 ol lh> TV-Of Ml
t'n I ted Kinadiii" and me Oovernnvnit ol 1>1D
Ihe Untied State, at Am
He also Ubk-d Ihe Publ
arl Travel Ima Allowai.
iHTlcer.1 Heaulabmis. ISft
The Council concurred
" "" .. ...
He-ilullon I" pU*e Ihe sun l II.3SB
itaal of Ihe fimtri-11 in Inc.
live Committee lo supple-re-n iha Estim-
ale- ISM SI. P- Sfj out MNM1. No 11 ISM Iron. Hi. r.eel- ed I
IK Ihe Supt-lerMKiarv r.timste. IIWI-SI u-iu Ihe On\ - to Ihe HDnouraole 1
No |, hlrti form l"e .. hedule lo ih Hon* of Aaeembl. reaanatna th'. e..l- Ti
re*)lutlo>i ^ Pe-oluli.ni Id BlaeS lha IWia Ot SIi*30 Asree-r^rt SflKirn ihe Government n( jm.i
at the dl.p~al of i ? gju K.-isdum and the Governed- I
Mil ine Enilm- , ,n. United NUtra of Atneriea whtcl t
le. ISSO-JI. Van 11. 'a|, I..I. -. ."..-.ii in artan ream Ihe Eeooomie < i- ,
|h iu|i| -f isao-ll. No Asiei-i'iriit trv Vail
-. -Itiili teem naM O-W advance, for Ukf aaH
sulion __ o( Monev OiUer. to Ihe Jlal Ma*. ISSo*
gWasskstta .m ol $,*M. Th* Public Offlter. i.-an ai.o Trsvelltnr
at Ihe dltoosal of Ihe Governor.In-aTse- AU-.wanre. >SVhed>.led OOVetn Ilex-
rutlve Cntnii.dl-r to >|ipleinenl the Et- i.iion.. law
limale. 18*0 51 Part 1 C aneiU Ctimals-.. The fobowin* Notice, were -.
aaStanatea \1- Arlan, Reaolutlon to SMI
IfUti-il. No 3. which Mtm 'l\t schedule the Resula'lnni entitled "The Sobiir on "*" '"
.tution. omrer. Loan and Travelling Allowai
ReMilntion lo approve the Order en .Vhedi.led OeTlcer.i Reaulall.m. ir*'. Is* aur
lilted 1 i ..nablr CMtlrevi made bj the Uovrinor In Ksecutlvi- Com PrWl atohili
Amendment. Order. IPSO made by Ihe mlllee on the SSnd dav of June. 1SWI A.t. IS4T. .
(iirternor on th* lllh Ma). 1PH1. urmer .nder the provinr.ru ol veetlon 4 of
. am - peeUoi - "( uu e,i. urn,,,, i^aajn ,,.,1 rr,,,.
Penaloni Art, l**r ,Ml..-arte Art. UKI It-Mi II-
Rrml.itton u> ai-e"'" 'he Order en- Mi Adanwn Re
titled -The Per.... ffintoillbll OSS til I ,.,m of 1771*1 at the dlapoMl of
2 nrdar.. ISSO" made Oov.rnor-in-Eaeeutive Co...
.ii the ITih Ma>. IPSB pktrnenl uie gatlmaln ISM-51 Par
.inner me provmona ol aactlon 1 111 at Capital Eat (male*. ahown In Ihe
Bf the Peruiom AH 1MT plrmenlatv EaUmatea ItH-ll N.
i to >:thOrI>e Ihe Govern.it whirl form lha ctediile la ll, rei
IS enter Into asreement with paraonn to tlor
-" in Ihe Bailxil'x General Mpllal Mr Arlanw ReaoluUeO to D|ae
i anv rt the followm ofnee*. namely .m of HJM at the dlapoaal of ....
Medical Superintendent. Spertalm Bur- Governor in-gMecutlvr Cnmm m
seofi; Specialiil PhvKiai. apeauiiiat pie me. i the Eatimatr* ISSO-'i pa" 1
and Medical OS. -nt Eallmataa ahown in the lup-
Id the (ondmon. wl otil in the hed ,le pi* f .
I.nm the rtved.,li In ihi* re-ol
. i.rove the Order en- Mr Adam TtM Saw Hoard Bridaetown ...m of II al ihe aHpD1 af .
Draer. law r ad- b or-tn-Earcullve Comrolttee to
>
--------- .mport putlea
r.latina
I .,! lha Licence

tabled two queMiona. ene
.. HarnH.n
Mil ilw Ihti.ih aiirt Ihr other r-
fj'ii"! w.H
Da.' pav b -e
or th* Gov-
relief r-d. tn b,i1k r..n.l-n*d
froen a ircoBniad rharltablr nnran-
ratlon In lha United (Hat. t.
.imllae ore, nlt.llnn In lU.'^d,
I. Maaidard pacha which are c.iroimM
bv an Individual In Ihe United
oeifanliatton to an inUvldual
or lo ganlaa-
narhaataa Foi both
."I ' ^ IJi. ti*
'l Pdeieai lhat ua*oma
a III Mii' ..oh du'v free tC*M
ahall be .trrre-l bela.ee>. I> Cm.
fniteO KingriD
I'l.ited SUtaa In th* cai
nf relief Sa-adi m l...lk the tlpul.i-
.......
- MaKh
rfcages *.hWh are parrala
io weUjht -wit bv
d %la4a lo
individual m Barbadoa t>,|. Uae
er.lry will l-e .noede-' -
parcel' m htnaj t* their ronianta
/. ..n.ited io l.a-irdad cb.Uilng.
food, mrdl-al auppllea or aoep
Tin- 'I' vrt,men! 'if I I
duty free
treatment <.f relief gc-rxlt. art l<.
.-,
lann ( Amenrlnient) Ae>
'T!"**' Ihei leaisUUen *lli be,
ranc. M .-.,...if, |0 [.ri.vnle eu.'-imi duty
Board In ,..,.,..,,.,...,. tvpc?
punente of relief goods
If the U-rialature agree "o ae-
a Rewii. ion if taaun , wkMi cede li th*- Relief Package \giee-
msdo i. : s-. ,rv of Slate for
be inform.-d ac-
,.;,ngl. and the l.gisl..'
I i.v trasary \ Implement the Agree-
w m ment will therejfter be introduced.
jj I > lake .tes lo straighten
road .1 ihe Harrminy H.iil It.-i i
1 HM si. Lnwrcpea Huad?
Is tin Goveniment ;iware of th-
great volume of water irhkh re-
mains on Una road at the liar
mr.tij Hall bend after rain to Uie
n.t-onveniem-e .,f the traveling
public'
If Ihe Government does not in-
tend lo straighten the road at
this po'nt. will the flniiaiillMiH
direct the Director of Highwav:
and Transport to conslrut t pro
inenIione<|
j- Have Government received :
request for back pay from th<
orfcati and rook Master.
employed by Transport Board
iinrl | live Contractor for sup-
plyini tfines-' ,
Will the Cltivernmrnt give con-
sideration to the claim of these
workers u> receive back pay on
the same basis as that already
paid to casual workers employed
by the Government?
Mr E. D. Motlley
-. i-
I. wherh
li-aoltiimn
. ..
l Renai,.
'.i and La-
Wella.c Order ISSo1' m-de b-
of Jji
Mi
Relief (mil in it I
DowdiRi
their wa
(B)
said that lush;
ny misundcr-
views of that
the Question.
quota tn Hi'
linding us lo :n.
Ide of the House i
i would add hi:
discussion.
ii ana nil the (Hiteorae of i letti
hleh ;is written by the VegU
.( st OenrtJi to Ine Qowernmeni
.. .' n .-.... written li Bap
lei and certain useful point!
i ..i bean shown then, but no repl)
i,ui been received until earl) n
in- eurreni yaai
Thej were then ten) ;i lettei
asking them to form .1 llmti. mi
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OR REPAIRING A
BUILDING
ALWAYS USI-;
1 i 111111
ASIIKSTOS-CEMFNT
CORRUGATED
S ll 1:1:1 S.
Ilium will he iuippv \vilh
BAIRN'S-WEAR SHETLAND WOOL
A Wuiiiilulli UgU
Hiur 1.11.1 While. 1 ..
|>l> \mhi1 in l*ink.
Halls en. h ,">2c.
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M SJaaaaaj Cr...
I-,... .,.,
Jf In view of the Orucial commu-
nications and corre'pondencf
which have appeared in the Prev
In connection with the Petrolwirn
Act IWO.will the Qoven
give tl f., leu ng information
(a) How were applications in
vited lor Ueeneei to progpeel for
Oil*
fb) How were application*
made'
f>) Has tho Ancillary nights
Commission been set up''
fd) ir not. why not"
made under the Acf If the an-
swer Is in the negative, is it the
'.f Government to make
Regulation and if not, why not*
(t 1 1I..V .ui. rnonea* been paid
by Gulf Corporation into the!
Ihibllc Treasury of this Island?
(g) If ao under what authority,
has such money been paid arid
Will Government publish as
soon as possible the test Ln full
of the license issued b) I
ment to Gulf Corporation?
Will Government make a full
cense given to the British Union
Ln repeet of Natural Gas?
lubrication is Important f
For prompt and skillcJ luhrKutm'. ddfC your Fonlwn
vehicle in to us. We ate your 1-ordson specialists, and do
the job thoroughly at lo* luted prices. Let us also tell you
all about the latest Thames TMcfeal with the" 1"K bodies,
roomy all-steel cabs, semi-forward control, etc. You will be
as enthusiastic as we are about them.
FordSOIY Vans +7iuimes~lmcks
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Vigour Restored,
Glands Made Young
In 24 Hftirs
mm. mmftwrnw
V!';"'
I boo* *l**p. b-u.
nai dlfvrd
, trwble-
&n
'.t firm, la ab*ftl-ty fcarmi
.1 lth Und op-ratloM and )
n*w joutta Ui4 Uj-ur l*> rtci-
wofka dlratliy on MUM, and puta flaw, tlrfi btor-1 and Ml-
arfT in your valna In M hour* 7011 can "-*
and f*i jouraalf ulna >ounar. To.r
I'M aparala. rou raalallv* and toll c(
Toothful viator and powr
*rd thla aisaalnf, ItW tUM and vleour
hai h*n peir-d by ihouan3* m *m-M. *
and la now dlairltatnt by iMmrni nr-
uadar a guarantee or alula- :ton i t "**>
back. vl.Taba m*k t.u falB of
J=T_ - .. i -n4 from 10 lo Vi
rely NMUm ay
b
Vi-Tabi...
'-im Kukri wakmm;:
tvpathrr and damt>-
britiK mi Rheumatism.
But Kheumatism and Pains
in the Joints can be con-
quered by
SA4IIOOL
Keep a bottle handy.
On Sale at
knights Drug Stores.
- Ideal for
intimate
personal
use
'DETTOL' T M I MODI RN ANTISEPTIC IjLBASANI tHD GlNTLI i) Not 1) iriORfcNI >\r> R n a r v
/'TNdcrp. peaceful deep Nilort find.
Af A restore vour tired IhxIv. rebuild trt
* >u a new ...... of well-being. -
> Itatiilng *Ueo by drinking ci
hit deficient, food hevrrattr
act* In an e-ntirelt natural wav.
aiion and quickly make* vou r
peacefully Dvaltinc '-. provide*
bet opportunity t^.
trrnutli and energy, inJ ivt.
iou can do much to en.ur.- tl.i-
P t OvaUtM1 at hednme.
completrlv free from drug, and
It. aoottltngj influence aid. relax-
pilvc to deep. A. iou deep
of the hlghevt
loo !
nutritive value hkh help to renew Krec-Bfc and energy. f> .It.ne '
bo po**e**e* valuable tonic propeetal winch OOBttrUMia i. d*
a healthy nvrvom *vtetn.
Tor lhe*e rea-on. Ovaltine1 deep ntU a .i pou n aw.ke In ihe
morning hrif hi-eved and buoyant. r.-J. tW ^r.-. : the day wftbctM**
tulneia and confidence.
Ovaltine
JiredNature's Sweet Restorer


HHIMSIIW. JINK 28. 1950
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
I'M.I -IMS
CLASSIFIED ADS. $10,000 For Hurricane Relief second test match a- #-* <
m lao*-
IN MEMOftlAM

1 ITiiVl. OX**
*ho o.p*i H
That ..ever can
The flower* e 1
Have withered I
Bui the low 1
ana kidoi
Will *vr fade
.Brother.' V
on 1BUUM-1
B- in- I..
.-1 kj ) .-
>-:. QmM
m rih.-i-.
Cirri da r. Randolph
U*t*ri. Elrruna John-
fcmw Qibaon
FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE
>i lone i.1" Mf|
ilttd (01 the MM
l.iggag* BlnK H *
CAR ''I'1- "> 1'1' i .. 1" c B Htrvrr lion. Chli-l Church ,.. .1-Hall* planla HIM -n
CAR ill BcmuH n 1" I'M..... U CAB a 1 dilWn 1. A Wotim |.n.- Theatre. a M 3n
FURNITURE
FOR HIM
MOUSES
CRYSTAL *PBl.SC -Annese Si Jat
?a***) Now available for B.. fl
r'.rminw. exc-rU*nt w* bathing 1
wrvant available. On Monthly ba
Trl >1 \ 31 W I
From rage 5 Senior member for St. John to W that the Wl
Belief Commi'tee They had r- the Colonial Secretary more lhan It In with a vengeance and re- batsman of li.. .-
phed thai they would do no such once There was no Question of duced England ing repuu- century when it
ning until Government complied lieglect whatever The Govern- "*> lmJ nothing. Seldom 11 ** *" * '> *
-,lh the point* which had been ment deplored a* much as any- has English aide been cm- WflHtU 1KB m jv.-nto atKl
body the case of htnaM which P*** outplayed as* du.u.g '< .,> soon off the i,
wees. w^nW-Jv rfSLi hiS >t two davs. he said, and added Cttl to three
g_^JW3_. SKftl that follow-.n. the batsmen **
TnjX!hZL te1v it waa the bowlers wlur-
ated. They may be hard word, out The first six l.iuk.i
the board certain- match came when Jtnkii
ooti ton
111 imall cottage* i
Fully fu.ri*hed t
x'-t and *
.hi. itmm HaUr
Gap a*
XCTttICAL Drop
I Ire Cream
I Ba. ;.( I -., ..-. v
Apub Ralph
rt.AT rul.> lurnl.hed
Ocm liiifn and
n
KODSl ruily fumiahed houw In flr.t
'as* residential district. mil from
'n 3 bedroom*, 1 living n-mu.
i*ual ofBc** Prom July In IBM. to
January lit 1M1 Apply U Kit C
Dowdlng Dial 4 ItS
l.f tat r n
l-i^rrAlRS APARTMENT TkrM
niifiiniialird moma. on* vary lara>
and n>ol. mr't with running walri
Dial 4AM M > .
Vll I \ UN II. .,. |,| AuauM.
i brdioonia. I dmnng room. 4 Th
Jilrr. rlrrirK Applt Noimi Ui-jdnum-
D,1 H,M Dwpiw
IM III H VtlTA
AUCTION
>ltd Mahoaanv Unla
>hH old -Sf*t
r Mm E Ci\< nrv
COW-giving 14 pi- t milk d.,ily
Apply Colin Wdknlt. Hrlllon. Mill
SO In
MECHANICAL
Brcvcijcn phuiip-
H|m in I in in li -
GARAGE Dial 401*
id llrti-Dlra
fOURTESV
3610 In
TYPEWRITER "Rmni|l
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
lart\ Maaoa t will Wtl nu lurniiunt at
Hoai l- which hici :iln Hound Tip 'lop Diniiig
Table. Shcralon BookcaH with E nunwiit Tablf. Plant Sl.wU. Doubk
Ml atU and Couch**, Card Table
Upright and Arm Chain. Mud Waggon
all In old mahogany. Pit Candlritick- and
kliado. Inlaid Curdaa Tab If*. Picture*,
ltd Waiter-, very good Plld Tea Senrior
handnHne Plated Dub Cover*. Fl.li
Knuea and I'm kk. Collee Cupa. Ituby
Claiel GL. Unit Duh, Sej-gra..
*lrtlee ail Clialr.. Pn- Single Hrd.tead
De.k larder lit Mahogany.'RrritfW
.Heparalur in ptirfrct older. Coal
Rautiil llutchaa. Pigr..i. Coop*.
rd Bugat. lawn Mower* and othei
Sale 11.30 o'clock Teirn* Cath
BKANKER. TROTMAN A CO.,
Auctioneers
tJr m.
their letti
hrn he looked at the Beau
lulioti he waa nart at all wre
lh4t it covered the neeeaMry
organlaalion In the event of a
hunirane or lUim Among Ihe
ili-i i'|i.in irs ua.s the in-tin
of Ihere being m
of food or nn iin .i
il had been knut
waa a hurricane approaching,
and the rautlonar) warning had
been gtvea.
He saw that the Resolution at-
tempted to solve that problem b
allocating 1500 as a grant through
the Director of Agriculture That
meant that responsibility of li.iv
ing food available to the parish.-
a. left in tin* ban.t> of mi,- m.,ti
the UraeUaT of Agriculture
l-i-ti iliuir Altar Waniinji
They in St. George did not think
that that wai the sure way of solv-
ing that problem It was their mo
tion that immediately after the
cautionary warning, the food
should be distributed regardless
of whether the Director of Agri-
ways seem to *
he should say
that." but the Secretariat
olutely overwhelmed with Vc "*^
di.inbuuon w07K"*"Thoi/ho\iae7""which "had v appear Ic;!""> "
XUP.PJ'r.^eI ^n eomplnelv demobthed had The Detail*
n not been rebuilt because of the
lack of a staff.
The llonourahlr memhet
M'.fM
When the Te-'. .'.
tlnued this monung JenUnl
bowled tne aral aval Iroan the
pavilion end with Redser tnnul
leg stti
.aim
that
iilture had some whim
u. daatra -ugaesting to I
he should not do so.
He w .lilted the [a-odit Ol the
House to ponder On* nucaliou.
Mncp leaving the distribution of
the food In Iha hand of the Di-
rectoi of Agrirulture* was not tin*
i : procedure. There should bo
i' rule Ijid down that after the
k:iiiii>nary wjviung had been
iivt-n, tlie f.Hxi should be dwtrlbu-
tcti at cartatn specnuii points
111 rw the island was struck
by a tidal
damage the
among others who had turned ling (rom ItM "
town the proposals for Larreas bowler opening with a maiden.
mc the *uff because of their Both batsmen were proceed
traditional feelings ftf a) n*.\v--i% lltrWl] UMj D) ihe hfth i
bringing foreigners to All up the: '<"' '
(.reaches Thai member awElsMad Btollmeye( ie.li.sl ^
nerel> an ohstru< lionUt Ther forward to J. ukm- ll.....llellVi
waa no wisdom In prevenlin v.is l-eatcn !>'
the Gmernment from aeqairta. ^ owled
the proper staff merelv becauMfjj Jeffrey had f.uled to get g
f Hie stupid tlarbadiaa I
vletion that only Rarbad
""ill! do anything well
One of the things which was
being contemplated by Govern-
ment wag to give people credit for
a
bit short
u ...
irttp the crowd.
It wag a lovely' shot,
calculate*, and m on
Jetton
in Janh "!. ajejM
... tesaBejei had
i lunjad Eeevfard ooli t" baai bli
r "i.ket collapse lehind tiiin. It
am lj'> tot "<- .tii |
l m( in> taining Headlea ! dotnii
. the douw t Lord Raj
I raentiallj defeiutl .< game, but
UM doe* hit anything HWBB
I rtth u*eEnencloui powai The first
morning, but had hatted beau- > the morning
On page R
foaenna ib.-i* A*
W.rd. Chaele. War-! |
Margar** "--
.h Brad-
Iiaw. btn i rwtmiiie* I

SEAWELL
n\ u at n i
It"* I IK
Baaaj n..i'-
Oacar Oui

Mii.r, l*.n
1
caprin* lho value q* !hc houses which hud
ed Wa then m.UpnlitHi U'
Iiiiums which had been n
ill. i-l demolished It might h -
Hi n troverninent *> too bu*i '
but while they were law busy I
Die people hssi no house in
whirh to it*e. tmrnm mm
not have to deiiend on Ui* r^
relatlreg for aheller at night
There were not tn a poMlinr
-ust.nn the effects of another
storm god he Imped that II
would be iwver but * lea
u'k before HHI ve.irs that anothi-r
jmo SUch hurricane would itfllN
,. hirh would along jut before the people were Udand
greater part of to go Into the house* at the l'ine They all had tootsy UaOUght
been washed away or otaMaTWll
the means by which they might
Bet credit in u lumber yard They
would then have to repay Gov-
ernment over a period of time,
the difference between what the
original and the new house was
worth.
The Pine Solved Matters
In the case of St. Michael.
was an easy matter,
would have it, the storm
rrOg ANIIt.l *
e. anarvingloii
i i .M BT It 1 \
l-..latoi>n llraaMhaw. Hf.ed.-i naming
leeman Boi;l B I
FROM ST KtTTS
Mr. Margery Ty*s-i Hi
Kama)* Mr- Yvonne
,.,,s, MtltMM.il I
Cle* ttvr*
i rAari ui It i f M i FOB
HeW.r
Jb-rt Nicl.
Carlo. Ralesai
t
. ii..:'.., o*s>rg> < v.- .-..-I.
ioa awi n 19*

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M.Ui-well. -..
'

MAIL NOTICE
Mail* .....1
.. 1, m by ll>- s S iKailfe*iad
pest onk* 1
Mall ai l am. W*gJHgr**t
fall .r
o'. tn* istb jvi-.. is
SHIPPING NOXaet
TVKKEi-ft One Beonre hen wltn
half-bred linker chick. .nd one full grown pair whilefor
breeding purpose* Dial S46)
n a soan
MISCELLANEOUS
ANTIQUES- ol rvory deacripuon
Olaa". China, old Jewell. Pne BUSat
Wa'.reoloun Early books. Map*. Auto
graph., ele at Gorringe* Antioue Snoi
v.i Roral Taebi Club
A.NTIH-'HU'M r VNTS St 6 Jn
CUI CAMFl'A Kodak preferred lfid*on C 0 Altev Eig In g> e. Art hi ...ilUoietre -t ...ndiiion A Cn Ltd.
NTXDIJ9I lor your record player .
ill kind, including Ruby and Sapphire
eml-penrianaol Media* to play a*v*>
NEW PUVTTXJia- -Dinah Bhor*. r-ri
StaaSr*. Blng and all th* real to
*nd ae, but Quick.
A. BAJIK1S ft CO.. LTD
RETRKAO
price* CM M "<
SUM. W Z_",'
U.J-. ,-ai-h Engr "
Tralalgai
.,-, al *pet
a)
pany.
_. Auto Tyr* Com-
Street. PhoM *"
tl Ml
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
Friday June joth at 1 p m a* rod
Royal Oarage. Si Mkhael'* Row. ill
Ford h p i MM Cash
VINCENT GH1F1TTH. Aucllone*!
1T .S0 3l
hav* been Inrtructod by the Com
i loner of Police to iell on Kond*;
i, Jrd July. at Central Station. tt$
beginning at 2 p.m A quantity of
wood. One il> btoi*n vallae. A quantity
wallaba wood. One III brown valise,
quiintitv of flour. Two. lib. Una
butler Bis ii Una grape fruit Juice.
A quantity .rf codlUh. FOrii-iv.., 4? I
dol. O.BC Torchlight ballerie*. Two
i?i boltle* IJmacol. and *evel other
"ilerrat
D'ARCV A BCOTT.
Govemn>eal AorUouere
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
ii '. Niirn i
Mr* J A Marshall'* Sal* at "Cover-
|ar Chrl.t Chvinrh will be on Wadne*-
aaV *U> land il not lonrludedi Thuc*-
BHANKIR. TROTMAN ti CO..
Bridgetown and would "destroy It was not possible for ^uch when their Rltnda turnedIto IW
almost ail the load in ihe Island, smooth re-adjustment In th increaunn I'i'i' '-' f lumber ..
they on the hills would be left, eottnlrv districts he BtWMMBtei WOOdered wnetl I
liiouth In happy securlt* from He was glad that the junior(,c.overnui<-i,' MUM nof nave
the tidal wave wilhoul any food member for St Andrew went Ith^ltjmbai > "d <>f Rl own
or. If they were needed, any him t0 see what the position *,*.
medical supplies in thnt parish. Special Attention
Another matter tif moment wa-* In many cavses the hotiM-*- jujr. MIdir il-l nijgl
were too old to be repaired It tlms.- people who wen Its" Old and
would only have be*n a ***** unabli la repair their hOU
of time and money tr>lng to re- ghollld be gtvao BpaejBl ioiiM.ii i .
pair them They had come un UOO b) li.iv. innienl
der the rategorv ol house* U. he Mr Foster ll-l said tli.it the
rebuilt tin Sunday he had lieen leader of Ihe House bad ViBit Id
III SI. Joseph seeing about Ui" m ArXlreU BBst -en OOndtttoni
same matU-r. and onl> that ner- fr himself Some ol the DOOf
lling he had been trying to eon i*-l.- houses in th. pinisha*
vinee some won|n thai Go* (n v, h .1 sUtv Ot dlsrepal
eniment as engaged In lo*ih- hi- knew ( I caai
Ing after Ihe demolished hous.-. l,Hi> was fm.'! to take shellei
He had asked the Junior M 1 .,, u Am Iflht, but
ber for St Andrew whether the unfortunately she WBJ Uirown 1 I
work would not be more qulckU by the Churchwarden who said
vhBI was the use of a Hurricane done through Mr. Huynes and the that there were people In t.ie
Relief OHnmittee, which, when cliiburrawncnto than purely by dlftricl
set Ihe task of gettirrg infomialion Government undertaking it He
as to vast damage done and had had been of the opinion that the
after the better part of throe nrst method was the beat. TIM
days of toll got the much needed people would be iealnus In nng
ir.formation, then 0 per cent of to the lumber yards and BC^uli
work was done in vain' (heir materlul to forward their
I'Dleaa an arganliation was set work and it would all be dom
up whereby the work of such more quickly. He would astuu
a Committee could reach frui- tne Senior Member for St John
tlon. judging from the dela> in tl|tfl (1 wa unnecessary to act In
the exeeuUon of their proposals _-_ hl, ,h,|.
"Nil Wit*"
They would really be "Hit wits.
Ii uae'an expression thai the Jun-
ior member for St Philip was
fond of using, to know of th.'
misery of the peoi>le and not try
jo alleviate it and prepare to
fl a, any such recurrence.
ght the Buftfaanoa 01 u-
what still existed, the ftarnaBtb
1.1 SfSpMrnbar last year. After
rnany Of them had fatigued them-
selves in getting a complete list of
the damage done to the houses iii
St George, the assessment was
luiA.ii.liii to the aulhorK.ee.
Kven Now No Help
Sometime had elapsed and they
had eventually received a letter
picking out certain names In
instances in which there was com-
paatB dtsti-uchon. no help had,
even up to then, been given. But
ould of necessity wonder
whether in event of another
hurricane. Just such teal would
he exhibited. They would. In
his view, be going about any
urh future duUes with some-
what dampened ardour. un>f**
Ihere was some change.
Mr. Adams (L) said thai he
had pointed out on the last occa-
tlMt
had <" live in them
II, -.ml thai the particular in-
dividual tried her best to earn
U*seUhod during tin d
hurt him to see the cnnditi"n ol
he 1 house which was unlit for u
dog to live tn. much less a human
II. appealed to Government to
d -..iiK'thiiii: in !he matter H
quicklv as possible.
The Kesolutlon was e\.titii;ill\
p.i' i-l
MOSTBKSI. AISTBAIIA NSW
LAMP llftS urn IM A N 11
. ITV or DntPP''
Ad. table May IBUV aUR*ourre
nd s4ney Juna 14th. BrUOaae Ju
;iti arruiiig al TtlrUdad about Jul>
* !4 I1HIT WEl-UlN'.tON
J..l> Augurt. Ittiaban* early Au
mid July. "
Braw
1 Mfe
ltd Aiaguit 1
..,-..J..r
rhea*
i-hill*d. hard ftolei
(-*g*ja .reepta-t
BBJBI
.. 1 p -
uh. '"" i-""ii ..1 in ud I01
rB-.tv.do*. W-S-e-*. and
ruRNaaie, wmiv a co
Agenta. Tftnldad
DA COBTA A CO i-TI
Agent*, n-rl-rt...
11
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Cauadiau National Steamship
OI IBBOLNII
AN C1IA1 l-KNUIH
I AD, ii.idNEV
i'AN. CRt'lSlll
LADY Mi
.AN IhMII M.I I
I \1IV Ili.ONr \
I.AUY NE1-SUN
rd lull
i li.U
lit July n

3uh Ana
11I1S.U
IADV Ml
I.Ain rlODNKY
lAIH NFIAON
1 Am inn)Nr\
I UM Ml-"'.
UM tilth Jin
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M \ m.
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7>r*frfrj a
StSCO Paint fat evetu
put pole .
SISSONS BROTHERS
GARDINER AUSTIN *% CO., LTD. Agent*.
I COMPANY.
LTD .
T 7l"
sion that that matter had been honouralile member for St *'''''"\(
REAL ESTATE
AU'DMJiNHAM-. PINT, IUM
I......: a vary devlrsble realder
;rw 1 rood*
SAW -one 1 -1 H P. 110 V. 50 C*cl* Clr-
euta. Saw '.- oe .een It W.lli-.n roaany
UmiUd. '_____________________aaJJW-aa
"irrOVSV-One *1- Triple Dutwr Oa
Range Apply Clllton Terrace. Upper
uay Rlree* Telephone ai _._
WANTED
HELP
A qualined Nure for 81 .
month, plus fIB.tfl C0.1 of Lavn
Apy^l"-"'" ""Ul Ceittnc-te.
f^wird.d t.. Dr W H B Jo
Fllangowan. not later lhan Mood.
July ItM
Any further rarUeular*
tamed im th* P M O
Signed
A. A. -
Clerk, Poor lai* Guardian*.
SI I.
1} y> ^n

Briaa
fdaii
...Jlng and dining room*. Iwnic '
i,.|io..nw tl with rurvning water'. u*u.i
..iivrmenees, butlory. pantry and
,tchen Electricity, water and lek -
vailed
In the yard lh*r* are ervant* room"
arag* etc and the ground* compri*.
_i*n and garden*
ln*petlon by appoint ment wiu. the
Iwner Mr. D 1- Johnaon Diil 3I
The above proparty wUl b* '-*t up loi
, ic by public competition at our ofllc*
miic* *tr**l. Urblgrtown. on Friday
nth Jun* Inalant at 1 p m.
vr-AHWOOD a doyce.
BolKllor*
J S 50-lXn. ________1
1-KOPEHTV:
Gaietto Road
debated In the House, that the
Parish of St. John had been bet-
ter treated than any other.
The Churchwarden of that par-
ih had gone further lhan was thy
1.11 > (if |he Giivernment because
he had been lold to go ahead lle>
had done repairs and building at
a scale which no one not even
Government had ever contem-
plated.
Thank Cod for That
He himself had gone with the
PI Hl.il tlMlllS
B. in perfect
kc ul land.
1 fruit ti**
.ituatad U.
0*M t- I
r. t so a*-
SAINT VlNCrjCT WXKKI.Y Al
siaiVlCi: Nuw 11..he* poaalble W*
holiday*
Under one nuiagenienl
KATIIO MHI. TOWER HOTEL
H. Vincent
nd
BUNTfY CAR1DBEF,
i.n-lhe-w Bequla Uland
ofler* all Out can b* doalred. neau
mi Ktxery, eaa-batlung. ftahing. M
_. culaln** and =*' RATER M
1*1 11 w 1 par day For further deta
r*a*r*aUona
gJUUJL Q. ROOKS
to be a good one. probably the best
mstrmtive suggestion tW had
ade lor a long lime. He quite
agreed with his suggestion about
S distributing of the food and
-Heal supplies as lo Its 1
easily and quickly done.
Mr. Garner (01 *"* Jj
(iovemmrnl had MMMjalillJ
man, thing- tn the ltod ..ues-
ii.-n but C;overnment had al
r.iimi in much. one gl
hlch they had f*"-
T 1 Sealy, Cenlial Fnuikdr-. I.t.l W.t
kii to*.
i
FRESH
CARROTS
CHEAP
Wholesale and Retail
DOMINICA MARKKTINt
A(.i:scv
(Ipiioslic r> Operative Hank
f^ HARRISON LINE
P
OUTWARD THOM THK UNITED KINGDOM:
Pl-ANTEH-
LORD CHUIU-H-
Ari.AMTIAN"
"HISTOBIAN'
T( (MEDIAN"
laver.ool
1 Atndon
tendon
OlBSgOW
U*nrnool
17th Jiitw
17th June
niiii June
1st July
tith July
Dm
Horbatfee
301 h June
lad July
Uth July
ISUi Jul
|8i : Julj
WANTED by the Barren'
romnilttee i* AatSBtSNl to Uka h..rm
..I i,..(. a,. ii .1... m '" saraafi
A knowledge of tvpe-.illi.g Id
de-irable Appllca
wrilllkg to The Chairman. Oarbadn-
Pilbllclty Committee Co The Becrelary
Informaiion Bureau, P"*r He-d "
OITICF. CliKKS 111 m-hs. with good
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BAKIIAUO* ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2. 1950
IT WAS -I AMES DAY* AT WIMBLEDOX SwonlfUh, 0wttn Score *
Wins As Polo Season Opens
\\ Olllt'll \|I|N ';ir
I or Firs! rime1
. g 4.i m
Alih-


i pairing


iaf
ever. har*M hwi-
rb wtaoto
. juncl of tin .
.

1
ed most women
.
,'i : .
gl.li:..
: n tug np
fraction to >
good for him in in-, match witO
I I
btt 84, 64, 75.
arjafly on his heav-
ily cut im UuktuiKi. but nun
returning
. i






...
i
Kraut. -
SHORTLY AFTER > O'CLOCK yesterday BflaWnoon
al the Barbados Aquatic Club, Archie Clarke's whistle
itarled the I960 Water Polo Season. Their wrt Iwo
ncssed by a crowd of almost one hundred
Sttunlfioli epened Ike -ea-i.Ti h> ororlni their oral win JKin.l
Barr*rild.i< Jiul BoniU* iiho won fr.Hii I'olkee, Mho were BUhiag
ihrir rr HfNtlBH la Hie K.ilnr allrr \rijl \ rji- -b'-rll. r
.--ui.rrinMi l' Barnirua.a* u defence, but st.ll Swonutab
This game *vaa rather .low '"*:, "> H'"1 Geoffrey Fostei'in
...i Eadfa team had now- P*.***-*" hne scored with
ti>mer* and both were evcnlj
matched. Shortly afier the rtari
hiilliam shot soon alter the
ntervai.
< .-flrcv Ranuay'opened the aCWe Durlni ,hi ",na,1"?!r w?' e
lor Swnrrifltth. ^Hi. frr-r- M-** 8"m*- Barracudas Ui**i hard t<
l-V Slm-h ,, ^eT'^ P*n account, bui Albert
Weadierhcoit did iruje SwOrdHaH
ii i i! inuay agm
riec this but he
kept pi
s sjr1 and sovwl ***
p id
hi at the- Barbaric
>. ( i ten tare gee
the ball
Mf.iuUj' teal area dut tr t.
AeaacN ciub Thia waa UW
i to lo\r. Qeoffrt I ti i i
I In llir air anil cull^'i" r 1'
ni"'i SwordliMi (extent ay
of the -i.i-.'H ii.il iiu.lhOi
right 'in black val lake* a
vi* to >t"l Ho- vlli.l.
^Resolute' Wins Clip
For The Third Time
It* Our 1 .it-la i ihi; I'orrrsiioMalt'iil

>idtr>g to th rules h*'
r e field anil half tune.
FCODd half again found
>M>r-ilih on the offensive. Bail
I'rooks of Barrarudn* going Into
1 bark line to hrlp M
tnedf Cemmodon J il ''
who has n mooore at
ihe R.B.Y.C. since the death of
er Commodore, l.i Col
IBowi
i ., | r ,1 of
yachting ard
tlir nn-esa
and handi-
n. mid that nobod) i
aUgfled with the handteaM bui
the h.inilienpner-. had done then
Oinf limn tin-
VA'W ARRIVAL
LADIES" NYLON SWIM
AND
TWO HUE COTTON SWIM SHIS
WtO iO\I V ^
l|l|\> .!'
SECOND ThST MATCH
Kri
P*te 1
quarts i

and Uv
.... Bed
.en bowling bi
. and had pet
i and few iun
The i
.' I,will


rtc lanfUi
mtttad m.
Wveke*. In
loUMd Worrell and a.
togetbai

Tin- hun-
- ' ant up in 141
and thm; .,, il .!,,



I
thai

.
i


i ,.
nav. i . ,,
Urine b..t
Butprlalnah Goi
. IB 'io> ,.' .
.'lib iin on drive

: ihe rciici
b> orini iju.i b
and at Um nid i
>f Uie iiiiiingB 1h
i
1
it thttih
touch, f.i
rii.
.
i KuliiH fu
.in i-i ,.
t when dis-
U I
B
'

i iST SATURDAY would have btajn Irx
.., ,. > . e ract
i i [up bad be ii i omplcti d bu l|il
mt and will now bt
ujua] time ln,s ,,]tl "": Ao<**v*i' hamper
m-----------------------------. the praaantatioo ol trophk
from ai>ut 4.00 p.m, yacht own*
their i re coul
foiinnni up in th R.B.Y-C -*
ai the Bo
| .' (!. M
. .
men! ot th.....- .
'"......"" ' i
Wai t to id
. i .i
.i
r/ONd for th* KPnmd Ume. Thla
I, W fTfa, Dunn,:
i riy forties
. w-.is w.m by 11 Col
I HUam B ..my ucea-
Mi w.'ii || in ihe vears
I l IMS W4| .,n,i Wroth I
the '' .....""' ""hough m
I. vfich Ii ""'" hafl,an "! '""
iw owned and kippered tu bMften then
add) lload.
Othan B) rtn tbta Cup were
ir Hifd with th*- QHeef 111 1H3K
id I9S9; mi Olpeu T ilerln-rt
riifn It Ceiil; 1B46 Xhom- ,,ui,'
i i Gibba; and cipy
Ml Uxiuy L. L.
!)I4 Shamrock C. L.
I
i
credJl
.ill yatehsi

...;
wJ^ ^11 fine
Mi .( I! Wilkinson, wife of
tin Comi I., itrong.
rophiei .- i ..i- roller.
Boiiil... 0 Police 0
bonlti ...ii cup winners
put over a aever* defeat ou tho
Police team, with Herber. Grai
iing three goals, l:-
P;ittersoti, .Tohn Ciaco and Ian
Juntas one each.
1 pu1 up a game light con-
l idenng about three of their nien
ere making their debut to the
^amc McDonald Rl*arda their
kipper and G Porter, showed
fcood form Hichardj, In the for-
line ^nd Porter I
(iefemirr However Bonilas with
, hdjf vi.-tory A
eor(- was two love. Grannuin toi
'.omt neited boui of these
the second half tht
lionitas went on a goal getUng
orated up el .
1 t.. love.
The team- were:
^wordnah. a Woalbarhi ii
(Capt), o Rarngay, Q. Jordan
N Poitlllo, M. FiUger-
: Fostar,
FUrracuda*. H Perez. C. Evelyn.
I (Capt), E Johnson.
E Taylor. H. Portlllo. B. Ann.
Mfl War Cloud Jack f,)| "" winm-i- .m,l wished
be
" '" each
: .
I ," i. with Wol- .....i
<>a in ., punching mood h
..i;,-i three ovai
I'arkliouse back
i1
Watooti ii.,.
ml straight drives that which did BOjl
.ok affacUvely on oni but returned this
Berrj He iiad been i/uttinc an dejeai all other "A" boa
BOUf ''it .i half, always on thi hold third poalUori In UU B
aenaive Clan ime-up.
mediately fier ibla, Bran
Walcolt compleb The Burke, ownet of the N
ilov i ihe pitch i. 'vt,lh " akipperad b) Ham-
lenklns. w.o beaten and desptt. ,,,,IMl- WM P'-M-nti .1 with the
plentj ..I ii,,,.. Bvana faUed I Cup arter reglf-
M like the "'
iigland kaapei end ins opposit"
imbei tvu grateful i< Wardle waa triad for the first
.....'* when the I
ached 243. II. upi.,
who bad been bowling steadily
Ithout appaarinl dangeroua. Both
look tilings comfortabl)
.ii'tly reached 2*0.
talned thli unruffkKJ
auitude Jaakbu and Wardle
mil wen- still to-
gethei .it th. hM interval. Tl-
than showed 270.
Jordane 30 p.m.
[ Alter Tea
wwhatl Wall oil and 0.....
it houi *!i..ir untroubled way after
I again I
car by
mil ami Bklpperad
and Roawe, owned
iiii.i i .i bj Gerald NlcboUa.
, m I-.i the Cup presented Ui
rrtreboarilc- sailing in the C
be grand Pvrfornii..... iam ,,.,, UlI^ 71M%.
ins tiiiy wiUi mt. .. ii.iii.i 'A Cut .,. waa won bv F S
. >r Girl, in 1844
I Ste ita in Pcuup Nan, in
IMS bs Pi ter [nee in tSs
i Btoula ii. Gnat.
' Lady Yule"
..i trophy, the i
in which was presented by Lady
iiile ill 11*31. WB1 won l.> Johnnie
Coninatta which headed
Ii iTinertlnte Clan* with
1
This Cup w.iv formerly won
outright by Lt Col William How-
i iiik and i mi to the
teiiru; liit Ml
This tup
.ii \ Class
the "II It
' I
......led loi aetwi an
boats now racing In
araa preaenh
I9jg by Ltewatlyi
had i
tylard Ltd \
uk. Brothen ii DUI Ihej have "11' '',
id then ii,in,.- In i rib- ii ..n th. ,...'.'.,_
Cup ou many occasions, .although
Tribute
Reaoluli
. ne win now 11 i ii
d lor thi
Tin- winners ,.| i
i ii Bynoe; I HI
IBM
krovra Blafr J H Wllklnaopi
aas K, | turke; lUto
Ofcepi Mis- Edith Gill; mil
C. C. Carti
Ki tied IMI Mus-
Ihen

1: was iflci tin- Ujal the unity
ol .ill yachtamen h Boi b
Without any form-
ality they collected around their
Commodore to make arrange-
menti about the race for the
Cup.
Although some were bitterly
appointed that the race was not
inr not a
crumble was heard The Commo-
i asked their if the)
would race for the Frni :
gnd the majorlta of an-
'IT.
He then .isked them to fix a
il..'. and after consul'
ed thai it would
lie -.Hied for next Snni. )
n tc .Hid the same amount of
b- WHJ 1m- racing.
The whole crowd then walked
diate Clase-
948 it was wo,, |,y Johnnie
Hoed, again In the (
Momota.
Cla^s "D"
( i
Mi\ I'd

"-'king UM of long lief ore
wen made,
I UM 'h IRM
....
g r\ |
I
. i
D Murphv ;
of tin- iiiiiings II. iirtji tle Bern .;.
men showed no oi .... 1 \ Hoik- ; '" ,:"- *......I b* f
new U..J waa now due bui il wasSUcrry look a ihnn- ol the altock '' '' "' '""'' J "
i.-ft until iiiui lunch,
Before uv Interval
htd on.- DMA i.
whao Uuddaid played bach i
Jenkins and tippci t.,, i g|| .,,,,
Bvani waiting glove.
i eaujo ui and with
i>layud out Hi, i
Inutaa,
.iciici: howl.....ivai alti-i
inn. h and then Yaidley brougbi
nd Idrich in use the nee
ball Before thli..... taken Wal
' ou i .,.!. rove Bad i :.. 0
1M in JUS'
i ped ol] the stroke

baU hard
to IJoggan at lirsl slip, but It
I, rteiON i
reach

u\ char
Walcolt
and th
Ulietei
Al 31a UMI bad --I

..
s at thi
i .
on
Wllklnaoi in King
tied; 1MB Okayt Mi l p
r fflni'
-CumiHMloie J II Will
Claaa "C
Astra n ." . on the
new (" Cla*-. ( h.illem,. .,., ioi th
.id et *t.nd jr-tnsl lt
land beattaa the iin by iirrru
Seal) gad Learkr Cwneianline
.it llii.ens p.irk l\.d luiibUd
in IMS.
halt an houi In the nlnetlM and
reepecUveb tin .ugh they TO
had n gone Into Utrti shell- it >n
I too diifl-uli i, ... i. B
't Il I |#({ :. ', I ,, i :
i the doldrums ihinnii ihe ojhei yean ii wei
lor
three nnd W.il.
1......i i IT- i MS I Co Iharam; ii
Ben powerl -.....iani Peter Ince; 194) Rniioe
half century.tpaclwd off flaid to m undan Btanley Cheeseman; 1M2 1
Walcoll Mils i mi Stanley Kmch: 1913 til Ho -
other >!< htamei
hen |ii.ml Murph' ^oilii! UU to
Vli .t ii Wllklnaon la recelvi
he (U|>. He s.ul.d Wllh his
..mi throughoul this season but
I v .is clean
haven After be hid ejVei
he iroplv ihe cni> in general

mi he .ml* uiilcd as if ho knew
,ii the w.i, it.,! ,c t-.t.
I
' raented m I'-'-"'-
... Mi f i Heed and lb thai
9 B Toppin
,/ The olhei
nim im
i .:;
' lavl, i.n.,.,,1-
fi.mi dwn mi it won while n ... w.iii,.i. su....i. w*4 ,..
Ih. nipabl,- ,,*. ol km, ., V, .Ml". iV: mseS
J.......... IM /..
.,.,.. ... ,:.,. jl, l... ,
.
i, v
Il \SS noARD

! if liwr-. -Oii
rafrs "MW...
\. i uAtm
I Uiulitiv'
b w ,.,'
(,, .1,;,
s.-nted

1
cent of the ,
S
' hfOUgh the nineties, hi
1 128 m about ten minute
0",''u' lu<* '.........'" 148 In ball
i mg OVen Yardlev brought
in out at I9B whi Mk|ns (rom lhe Nursery end, but
1 "l,; IhU did not worrv Ihe baUHUen
H .in, carried thaU I Ok
Wceki w. a i dim in the vi i
Inning poaluon of h Ing Ml rui
with live wicket.. I., hand W..I-
. 2Wi |'p eotj being us gnd i :,,.,..
i t| up ;(l, with afafhl i i
"'"" "- ;,!.
RNGIANirn nils] INNINGS HI
Ben;. ..! 207 rcllev- WJ ggcoND is-ninos
in t'.. z
f
Safely Into three figures Wal- V .'' T"!iJ!,: 'Mn 1 '"> "'"on
led to go for the r,l*'''r. '** Whwer stnnlev
Mill..,
:ht Stranger I
1948 Gfliin I
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KIWI ISH.
Iicyj Bo It Every Time
OL' SLVR4NTS
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19MT "wERE
ST PLACE-
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/ WHO DI0 IT? ^!e*!!) /hu?doni
, SPEAK UP, SLVPANTS!"' -<\|l ( MHO'S TD BLAME l=OR tl.5)1 Xi'l I TOAT MUST HA
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aatae.
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BU." wOO!
ANC ,v^W !
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BODVI TI.E WAY TW.S -."Tj THAT ONE-HEI i V i-i% >
| DEPARTMENT LAID OUT > IP I Co SAY SO A.ytfELP
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( CAW5
Ml I.KE -3CAO*. i.EBALL
a^l*^
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TTtrEtvm -. *

ii inn.- nio*-.i'*-
ri-Aiia RviAim
raoniv
E. Harris. W M Phil-
U|A ti I'orter. 1. Dodson. Winston
PbUUpe, S Blarkman. Mc D
Tfichards. (Capt).
Bo iitas m Foster. (Capt). H
j vno.-. ii Patierson. H. Grannuin.
.1 Grace. T. Yearwood
The next matches will be on
Thursday July 6th. when Snapper-
and Flying Pith, two old rivals
meet; Barracudas will oppose
Police The referee will be Mat.
a h roster
wi,.-11 over indulgence in
food and drink nuwi tomach
,!,-(.- Alka Ssltssr of*n
quick relief Sparkling, plee*
tit-tBlinB. in ftTtatlsing prop-
irtiM brinv relief In a hurry.
mb rnioN inant;
Caeanese 'ft "
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