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PACE KKiHT RARK.vnOS AllVOOATt: TIIIICSDAV. JUKI . I* England-NY. I. 2nd Test Match I peg* i %  %  %  Trinidad Summer ill eel Opens Today %  i %  %  < %  \\ to m• %  dut Bad I i %  insulting %  %  -ions in a manner Wlttcn would hai %  %  %  %  1 %  %  nil inmvlaua] %  .i lion end Cnmcr lr>k %  good lQ*U oft %  m '•' % %  fmm the rourui Tntfford erhi MM heedlii en blc for the hoe flayed his throw and then ends 00 Valentine lAd RunadhlO hill" inrew low deliberately and loo with Valentin* now -.1 the povllZ* nn ido for Walcott io brtak the ion end He i mpteK ckct in tune. Wnshbrnok with hi agree Beoetr -w.i> ,.:, n. on A few bails Infer Washuiook but did not And UM tump snicked the bell lo EdrM. in the reached a wall deserved 50 wjih adhin ..it... %  Pi*' .< • -t am iwm £ "Jiierc cut for 4 ml Valentintbowled Doegearl with the til deENGLAND'S WOULD CUP TEAM to Into miming Tht21 tootbatten named io go to Brazil for ihc World Cup fournai %  I tttBg in some training at Duhvirh HamlcIV ground. LnOdDO. Photo shows: Jumping for the ball during training arc Ram lies Eckeralcy and Scott t:\prn* .1 : I tub open*, at the %  • %  Mill bring lo. .therm* %  I • %  %  the many bn> %  %  ... %  %  n-olcs. %  meeting take plae anal artaUe Trtoldei %  owned hone at the favourite for %  Hie Trial Stakes an .1 grey Jamaican filly mid waveer eat, <* big bet] Trimdnti %  TT c Plate b %  aonn'a Gift, hut .she i^ lit! Pharllia and the Bar%  ia m;> Pepper Wine i ttreak also from Jamaica is weU thOUfht of and DO doubt will turn ui his usual dogged run in tfull rial atretrh. %  ii'. haw with t; eir weigh t! 1— TIII: M Mm \ -.i ikt 1 (C Oaaa 1 ftraenga Corfu 114 Link Stream m Kronen Hater IK Orlv m -'-1111 THI.XL STAKES TROPHY %  ;>o. nomin tt..: Mipleeiaaay sireak ktecate 11 Pkaili e ii. ana PMri Mene'i OW Kiaaaat !'•-<-r Win. P aeeJaai Jolly Friar Hiver Sarilr I HT, ri.All; 1 1 itClean t Miir 11 Kaan* Adasnn lema ***\ IT TH( OKCILLV MFMOIIAI %  >"l \KI> 1 "1 < lariaa |l Resale 109 NOTICE Mart Maid Brown Jack Sunbeau Corn Orb Heaulil* Sone of thr M>nd> Hrirht Ii... Raphael aatear AuUH l 1 .ilip .. Arlkle -.'Hi Kay -THE IIPKI.ANI STAKES at 2 311 |>n 10 Van I (1 had played u line Inning* for his '.n Tin 1 innri f..r the %  in IB runi W.--1 Indian Teid part...linst England 22R by %  Kingt.>M. ... IBM B laudable way to be % %  :> v wa* ob' %  i fo tn thi %  .1 quickly as rmatlhla Uanl came in at numbei eight, aurely no better Ii •if the batlini! rtrength for n man %  thai P 1 t At 425. with 600 runs in hand, Goddam declared W, 11 ted 1 Mi but it was tin that John did not givt K in of two note ns Theea would have (nought • • than had lieen othet v.. • 1 1 lest In England. biatand I d • %  ! >< n noun ind i neo at the DCk nil as good ft f %  i.kc! ,i 3 ISlight lains each night pitch and there iking sunshine |o | .. Ilk Washti„ 1H.^ In,*; <>f nirvlved 1 leg nth ovei % %  parfectb happa itath st-.ifT and 25 runs came in the liisl half hour. prartlcauy came lo .1 %  vi 1 heu Valentine and U.i'uadliln took over and began with maiden oven Six 1 elded Juat Iwo runs before ValenUne rlran IxjwU-d Hutton. Mutton pla>ed forward, apparently made a last minute decision '.o leave It alom thinking n would go away to slips, but saw n ;.. lake the middle and M :n \\ ..hbrook and Edrieh held on liiaelliai until lunch, taken at 44 410, Oerri The I^ancaahlre batsnian r#d iu Uvacj of ,„. gacond %  I. „!lll ainad purely defensive Uctlco Engliuid\ tluid .t-.-i r.nl fallen timl taken runs whenever olleied. wlUOUl addHV ..s one six and seven fours plulnly The 150 cume in showed in the scorebook. brook pliyeri a ball (rom %  Homadhin whose Baurei qpw bin U> point and called (01 iead 20 10 36 1 had been bowllns; Blllfle, Ree UuUl | to |atl bat racgedlr and was now retry for a possible uved by Come/ with Ih MKse.1 < ul.hes 90. Wahbrooh had the h 1 landiruj up the IOO wlten he I'irned a ball along the turl to IhiScoruu] wu woefully slow until %  I 1041 Raeat longi rallei a catch (rat W with th batsman at in A wick pecia would have made all UM It wai by n< n %  %  eaten hut be moved u late the ball and when he got his hands ti n 1. as loo off balance lo hold it Juat one tun Inter Vi hud another life Tnli m the leg trap failed lo hold one which came straight to bun aboul .1 foot from the turf These lap-es were realh unfor glvuble and must h liearl-breaklng to the DOWleri %  inniKhnK hard foi %  %  Alter remaining, for airr I minute-, in the nineties Wash brook wan preM-nled with hi numbed when Ramadbin 1 < < %  I one high on thp off -lump fe Ihe batsman Iu -mi.|| i! t'te rovrra for fou The %(wkv Lanranhlre player d< ervee the higheni areaM fee he had made 101) out of Iff In t hour.. ! rillnulr.nd hit 1? Happy Iniori < atararl Mardl (., .P/aaraereat How Hell. Sun <;iee Pair Prnai Paves] i upid II Hliif RiblMii Top Fllahi fUlllr Song Leap On A.Miranre ||g lasv Rone* i^[ l'rin,..s K.IVMH 118 3—TUP TTC PLATES A Claej i mile no yen.) Ilrvon Market ||g lea Roy 118 Id' l.iuntlet | |H 121 1 IK I IK 121 I i i '.: \rs 1*6 lit III IU lit 1 II IM i ::i I : 114 114 III I 'i. ltd IK KLINIi Ml MORIM STAKES III < law 6 Purlonn-i Bread Boy 114 Wellington 124 Lplriire . 1 Pharos n 94 Patty t'llpswr III Hall Mark ltf Lad) Belle 116 TUiar 1*4 Salesman 124 PI Nature Bey I >* tie bar Pint Pllahl liiisrm.i \ Baby Bird I III i...o BalUlion Ninon Honeymoon Paraeon shanghai Naejaeted Brown Bov Kinmel % —THE a n %  1 J RM as; Yrllow i hea Oateake William II Kmtlind Radar Ali Bah i 124 124 111 111 il' ^ POLICE CONCERT I 181 able of • imltte oppm . %  taken (30 mid wicket boundary. to three figures had .mite.At 101 Cixidard brought Wmwll instead of Valentine from the "" r.ursery end and in his first over the new bowler appealed eon lmitly against Wa*hbroo> but be appeal was disallowed had just Ooddard had brought on worreu to lake the new ball and this tragedy nccurivd when u Mm bowtei wai warmlnsj up with la 't'n i Jonea U* n bowled from the other end but Qoddard did not leave him on tot 1' back at 199 Washbrook tickled the nee bi ad lO-Vil.EII AT CENTRAL STATION 8.30 p.m. no \in MISS IT. Dnaui 1 41 Red e Kai> 3 43 llo %  PrtBy Nan %  had*-r : Muhawk 1 12 U--M 1 44 Had c • r.aiv 1 41 r*uow 1 I" 1 ( rt Haewin 1 l float J 411 1 49 Rrd Yrllow K,.| C Mi IL. M P 411 Circa 1 i Wuard C : Ko>r 10 Oannal > i3 YeUow C i Maarr 2 % %  Itod Yrllow n Ul raniaar 1 W B 1 War Cloud %  Rsaeal 3 Rod YrlloW B 1 Moyra Blair a e Okapi : nip n i n. B 5 M | %  nd N H No change may be made in Ihe Skippers of Yachls without the Committee's permission. H. BLAIR BANNlSTEIt. Starter. SPARTAN (LUR DANTE In honour of yhllin: MAI.VUIN IOOTBALL TPAM on Prlday. Jnne 30lh. 1950 at Voluuterr Ilrlll Hall Ores* Inlurmal ADMISSION „„ 3/t Musi, In ( R, BroWItg I OrvrM I .•.'.'^.•,'.;;'.:::'.' t t e ::::' r r -^ A OPENING TOMORROW. I KIOAY. JINK SfffH Ploy'proceeded quietly, the two • '*"" a single to send up boden lagging awav without lfl r ,ou s had x *' K n u k ''" tl oht but also without effect. It ""'l' bonier* Ihe spinners • tl T.i After Lunch iub %  pp. thn Edrtch aanl up tt,, p for to off Ramadhln Washbnxik lifted Valentine fOI %  I i Ihin'i next over %  %  IV 'Inhull slip, to A down with his right oemed to me that their serv ^ %  ..ere retained for longer tlian neceasary. Runs irmttered bin. and these lmwler^ were merely tying off Hi,ends Washbrook waa clearly sheilding Doenrl >" ^U'allng over attei ovei datad by some slothful picking up returns Itamndhin leemad 'he obvtOU unawer, but il was not until '. Cood half hour of paitif.ilh <\<<\\ ieket thai the Indian splnr>e (. ddurd brought brilliant inteb of the inat.li vy hei ne dived to in-, right and held ; hot drive bi Pautuaouaa from ai over-pitched ball from '. Yardley came in and hattet Ihrougnoiil the re-t of tinovei i eli %  > %  unapt m n drnwn '( I >ll I v %  \ 1 IIU-1 INNIMiS %  „ INOLAND'II pnurr INNINOH I W I IK %  ickei that the iudi.u |. "i %  -"_* as brought back. Gome* bowled geE leal •" %  nd made nervous uneotnforta' %  %  || |i %  - %  tack Valentine appealed fei %  ". .at the appeal area %  At sl*tv eight the West Indiemissed a gift of a ertcket d Vaanbrook had played the l .ver There was rn much Ume to pal htl man tt) %  overs and two overs later. Ooadartl — ;en oveis ann iwo overs inter. 1,-1,1-1. leW Ceme In, ,;ndd Br( i maiie lt R .imible change waleoli by bringing Valentine' at die other end. At UV start of his spell luimadhln essayed to bowl ground the wjckel but after two overs* icaumed hi* normal delivery : t-t) ml Both men were now completely dug hi and Doggarl had quit.rervem rrorn ins ultra shaky 'In tea interval came With the tore 140 lor |W0 Afte. .witched IM... i, i. H..I-. Ralra. t h r l, | ToUl fASf S wlckata Fall wirfcrU|—4B, 1 I4fl. S -lie, a—4io BOWLING ANA1.YS1 l..| 41 lr raaaui W 11 AT THF. ROXY THEATRE BARBARA STANWYCK WENDELL COREY HAI WALLISV— % %  &V no good T v/^O or •" I Thelma Jordon ;; wnhni < i+* • ai r, an %  SK.Y.S. i no.y i#. inn mi ROYAL STARTING SATURDAY OVIHWHKEND |ThcyH Do lr Every Time HuwUSCustomsagents risk their Urn to smash smugglers! THE VOICE THAT SOID 9.000X00 RECORDS NOW 1HRIUS THE SCREEN 1 r$ tfsjiwjsiwii-. 0MH1 E0TTQM am JUCMA 1 •RANaEBS vor WILL "A", n \s A OIKAT scaBBN IVRNT A M'.;\ty Ixvc Starr She was taught to Jove and halt ...by masters! iiliMiiili'lttvilliijiil MoiitfloiaeryClift Ralph Wflwdson WIUAMWYURS ThtPicture id,it broke Box Offlo Ri i Trinidad an, Gin Tins rheae 426?. 44ss. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. SHIRTS CONSULATE WHITE COLLAR ATTACHED AUSTIN REED COLLAR ATTACHED SOFT FRONT DRESS TAFATEX CREAM SPORT METROPOLE COLOURED COLLAR ATTACHED. — AT — C. B. RICE & Co. OF BOLTON LANE



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TIIIRSDAY. JUNE , IHrt i:\lillVIIOS ADVOCATE PACK Tllkfr. Canada-W.I. Trade Discussed In House INACCURATE and misleading statements and unfan curtailment of the Colonies Dollar allocations arc stirring up a lot ut resentment and ill-feeling against the English Authorities. Mr. Fred Guddard (E) told The House la*'. Tuesday. li.V slatement that the redurtio.. *" * say Uw least, utterly ndiln th volume 0* Canadian trade culous and misleading 1 to the West Indies, which had been The decision at that Confer%  witched to the sterling area, was ence was probably largely taken msial) -iue to the natural trend on direction* from the Engllsn of business, se a result of the reGovernment, which ware -rubber coverj in general world trade. itamped' by the West Indian OfMr Goddard said that the Colfleials. onisa w.-re forced to bur got,. at Inaccurate :. Mghei jarM Uian thev could (l w „ thow inaccurate and misleading statements coming on top of unfair curtailment of their doil.ir ^locations, which was stirring up such a lot <>f rssetitmerr and Ill-feeling in the CMOOttl, made from time to time aboui Mi C. H Adaraa pan* lo greet sreal-grandfather -Kin*. <.u*l*r ol Sweden—on hi* .nd b.rlhday goes the four-rear-old 1'rlnee Carl (iiutaf. anoinpw tiled b> hi* sister Prlnn-v. Iir-in-r .ni l' mbelliul Ihe simplicity of ihr Swedish llnval famllv fa) thi* -mall tableau, for the King held no reception hnl received she rongralulatlons of gfaj ihlldren and great-araiidchlldrrn al llroltnlngvholms Cutle. The I'rlaee and Princes* are the children of Princes* K^bllle and U.e lale Prince Ogata! \dolf ol Nwedrn ggeVgsT" ... ana mmseu. %  ,*,.; gg, th. opei ins ..i the niw mon which rvjtnis tii,' last III Adam LsH an of the II .use said uch a ceretnonv He was sure that that Hou*e wooi i tbair appr.Aiation baton Hb I nmony Mi .1 II His Honour and Sfltpi : a| his colleagues at H focthcpnung i % %  w Kxsenses Must W Met Mi F !> Motthy that it *a-i < usiooiary in in.ii%  %  to make provision for the unfi reseen expenses lhat *ere I travelled nwdd knoa tin of unforeseen ex|K-ii rtd up from day to day. He hoped that <' %  mould soon send down the ns> r | -esohition Speaking tor ., %  %  U RM S i. v,,MW.in that sort. • • Klg Honour lhnnkedhonourai i members for then kuui • %  i trks and Ihar Ow business oi antarad upon valuation, the Styling Colonies In world trade generally, and 'l r ""^"r !" 3 ''< "' th(.nml irend in purely financial mot: 1 without dictation from Whitehall If the guthortUei In England he said, were sure of U meal thai the reduction in tin' volume of Canadian tyule to id Ui which had rltdbed i the Bterliog .. business toward* the Sterling area Strangling Ul Ho hoped thai the English Authorities were sincere in that Ittssssnl and that they of the West Indies would shortly have munly due to the natur.il trend instructions from London, either of busim ill of the reabolishing or modifying the proa. covery In Itoaral world trada *m Controls which were strangv-hv di %  V. Una the West Indian economy. Indies continuing all thee ConJn ronncdion w t h the whole irols? If thereallv 1-lirye,) M.haquestiim of acarcity of Dollar.', rhey said (ontroN could be wiped ,, „ llllerfSlill< to read ln a out on the following dav witho.iri .^ n t issue of the TrlnidaJ Oasrd>:.v harm being done. u, uial Mr. Sbentleld-Economic It was quite certain, however. Adviser to the Government of lhat those statements were noi Trinidad, in an interview, had correct, and that the cent of stated that there had been n very living In Ihe West Indian CatImportant change made earlier mil.-, luil hcen rrc.lly increased during the year, by Great Britain. an a re*ull of their having been concerning Dollar Investments in prohibited from pur.basins Colonial Territories. The effect of many Important ilems from the t i 10il ncw regulations was that """ " rr * the Bollar investor's could then. Furthermore price was not by „ lncy wllhi liquidate the full any means 'be only criterion. amount of lho | nV rsment at any Quality and suHability to their reUmc Tn „,„. 1IO |km .. d ,„ quirements were also most import^^ pillars u, tggM out their ant and they were being prohibitnls and (ntcrCNt5 ed from purchasing many articles A tn faclHtlea W( re no) a lSaLTSl for i'hien".hiv e hjS? '* ed l *• "<. he *"> %  I^S" r,ldf S w ..it, rc d regulations were obviously of nSrVy JTmUfft ?Sf*2$. ~F *" inducement^ bring Another glaring mis-statement of Ihe sort, had recently come to his notice. He had been shown a *at as a result of those letter from an English GovernBritish regulstlons. concerning ment Department to an English Dollars, and as u result of me manufacturer who had raised some point about controls. It was stated that the Colonies, by agreement among themselves, had decided to curtail the volume of imports of some items. That allusion was referring to the Conference of Financial Officers and Controllers of Supplies which had been held In Barbados somewhere around November, 1949. It would be remembered that al • though the matter for decision was extremely Important to everyone ln the West Indies, no ringle commercial adviser or ob(-rver was allowed to attend the onaHllp No report of • %  d ever been disclosed toutside **htgh up" Government circles For the English AuuWties to then stnte tl-ninv decision taken at *uch n Conference was a 'decision' made by i : beeflaa clle. tehail be raised l year one thousand mm hundred and fifty a levy al the rate of thi i teen dollars and rarest) cents per ton. 11< i on .ill fancy molasses manufactured in this [gland during the >car one thousand nino hundreti and tit" Ml Din loan dollars and twantj cents per thr.thuntt Ihirty wine g h> the Prodtleuun .1 n Control r Utlde 3 -r tins Order on .ill BUgai and (t.ncy luring ihr ind nine hundied l paid by Ihe said Indusu Capital Hehalnlii.itioii Hcier\, Board, ii Industrj Pri i b> .ni and (he t ovseWM i %  lee in the following propttloi (at totheSugai I'Hiusiry Capital sUhaoUlUtlon Rsaarvi Board at the i.ile ..I foul doll.n ln in i.-spoit i>( -. st Ihe rale .f foul and eikl : %  par tl hundred .ml Units mm%  molasses, (bi to ihe Bugai Indusu Prke St..hili-. .'"MI 1: lr II .i i at the rate of ab ton in reapact -<\ tarn id .a UM rats, of sue A threw iHsndred and tiurtv win. cnllons in re fancy molasses; >< i to the tuiveriior-in-Exceuti\e i UM rate ol tw. dfiUara and Eogtj in %  : ion in n SHgar, rind al l',r nit .,f tWO doll. II %  MII.1 f,.i per three ..undred and thirty wine gallon* In re' of fancy molasses. mi. I Assembly on oluli -n for lorinaiioii ai>out 'hat i policy was not publicly announced why ,..aa,000 la to provld. %  U.l !" rxnCHied tost mor. ch*5 t i i ':;'-:;';„^i Mr. F, I. V lOacted U I Tinpro* mder thi> %  su^fHsn*** i ar?sMwas Interested w-uld h.. iiortunity of working ^-i UM rnattei with o view to altr;. ting some Dollar Capital for niv^unent in Barbados AIn ernment of Barbados refused t' bung In an "AM to aew lndartries a -,d %  uteta" Bill, so long would the l*ople of Barbados be denied i m the — has used %  Inton eotirei iictlon of rats. coinhatUag To tjueenl ini igsj i ropu tn proposed I by root b i .. totogwt in thi I anca an I A much In moo and Ihe Asaui^ueenilano'. Au'irah*. for cialion suggests thai tteps lie af about i weeks I taken to introduce the two main %  (uirc itrt-li i]iportunity of attracting new inmrt hods of controlling the root Dollar Mr capital to the Colonies. Shenfield further suited The Weather TODAY Sun in-.. 5.42 ..in Sun Seta: 6.24 p.m Moon I Full) June 29 Minting: 7.S0 p.m. Nigh Water: 2.Z am S 52 p m YESTERDAY !' %  :'! : 15 miles per hour Barometer (9 a.m.1 29.983, (3 pm) 29 918 dusuries into the Island. In lho course of a few months Trnd-ind had been able to attract fi7.oon.ooo B.w.i. funds in -icw capital expenditure TheMio-ilrt think what even a quarteof that amount would tUYl lo Barbados if Invested m %  island, with all its unemi Some months ago In the Hoove he had brought up the question o< the Inadequate Dolljr nllnc-illon. which had been allowed to Hai bados by the English Oovafa ment. H' he was still unable, lo find gnyotu who had any clear lofonnatioi about what their Dollir allocatmi was, how much It had been cut, with what respect to whst items it had been cut and how much ihey then earned. He considered thai an lhat sort VU one on which the I people of Barbados should have i full Information. It was not f-ntj ( rsctory for a matter of that sort ( be dealt with purelv In Of) Channels Their Onll.ir aUo< BUon should be subject lo Ihe closest possible scrutiny and tl %  of Barbados should have an opportunity of protesting if il appeared they had been unt-uxlv treated V nan tiaf actor y The secrecy about their Dollar allocation was most unsatisfactory. One had to bear in mind the attitude of the English Authorities to the smallci Colonies cons'ituting o West Indies in matters such as those In November of the previous year when the West Indian Delegates went to England # On page 7. Iiorer pesl —%  DM and %  oil with the Insecticide known as %  Scheme To gfVfl • %  lo thai In thi % %  partmenl %  d Agriculof I %  %  i %  i "Oammea .. ... %  a large sen. • iii.ii i.tne in ..,,1 bon badoa ii %  rnl in Qui i %  Its It n • .ii thai Oanui .nier 1 %  %  ol the in.oniici aseas. UH naot boror basin used on ooantry %  .t-r similar mull Ol .r. l. > %  •:.> %  :i the voluntai ri rnemheri "i the lugai 1 %  ii'. I'tTi' entaO Use payment DJ llu OtT* ernment of %  Rubsid) on i .vill c Md Ol the BW MSob raqulrad %  m5sages gmounl $3,797 I use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP Whatever the time ol dav you can still be fresh \ For a wash with the deep-cleansing lather of Lifebuo> Toilet Soap frees you of weariness, keeps you fresher so much Ft HI l'VMSOSAL 1IU.-1I\ESS AIM its PATENT MBMNTi TDIIITRIIS &f SMOktllS SKK ROOM KLVIIINITIN SUPPLIES Etc. %//iatp f WlyTpaSl Bug&r. wit. it. Crcthegaiad biM^^ I ,;. ll.cr ilil -'i I l|lllimi—Sf ) -I tr> u\> HnutJey s:^ir whole ..r!J offer, f vaneiiofi to chooso t Vatx&td OMos^aad; i mcllingIyelern Part or Spain ami New Tgft One Way img IbmndTrlp '-'" 'B.W.IC'urri-ner • MIAMI Vis Anlliw One \\.i\ Koiind Trip HtMl ^::.<*; >-' %  MM I urrrneEUROPE lusuriou. Double • Decked Clipper Service bslwaan Nsw York and tronsotlontit pOinll Ij-rn ij' ']--• m modotion m N*w Yofk City on mioughfllghri to Europe ol no additional CO*' HY PAA. The besl ~a r m lh world lo travel anywhtrm in ihe *orld For further information and rawr.orioni ronsult your irasl agent or W PA/V AMERICAN IVORID AIRWAYS rsiiiMUBs • MM • uteri a CMCO PAA 0* Cut* a Ca %  lost) Si 9 I /ust you fly BOVRIL means rich meaty flavour Tn Bj.nl -irb sU mi wupi and Bnggdh SiUm ft mafeat OK* SHMidrtfiiu* nttr and, in teSsBSBi moi ihna n< jnluaa, •0*. Pin B.cni(!<]|..~ln..,lhl AlwiyikMg %  ovril in ihr k.tdiea. Uw it for mri Mixlwkhn, sad dnot it daUr. BOVRIL puts BEEF Into you t&e wee tyre In the design of the ncw Dunlop Furl, noihsng In. been neglected whlJi will grvc added ssfety. Ily increasing the drpfe of the tread pancrn, the tere's road n->l.ling.|ualilies Increased gnp sml skid resistance are maintained (hmughxut the lilrof ihctyrc.suwc the tread p.iitrrn persists to the end. This is just one ol the many *afcty features whkh make ihe ncw Fort the one tyre that has a*rything. W DUNLOP FORT f LTD BIHMIHOnAM. HN;. ECKSTEIN BROS. B.y Str.et .^7^ Boy oA.tft \wt&d tKatmuscle Y^criarap in.,, ejery tussle E ihe SORDEN cow Acrlr* boji and girls need all ihe vital clement* Hut rich, *lmlc 1 ,inc gaMi provides for niinwlc. h-me jnd energy. livery bvnertt of Nature'* mmi ncsrlv perteti 1 %  rained for your youngster in Kl Hf SjogWl gi ad wbolggglla. Children lovr the wondarful farm (rash I'.-'


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PAGE. FOl K BAKBAUOK AIIVOOATI. THURSDAY, JUNE 29. l5il MRBADOS&I ADV'OGCTE t....-—i —— *-•%  —t—-i ii, .,, % % % %  ><• a, ISM AIM I.!' 81 FFIIA4.IDl*RIN(. • %  deb.ile avoid work of all kind. At the time when the Hgure of twenty pounds was lixed it was pointed out by the Advocate that to tell the world that there werV people in this island over ihe age of twenty one and of sound mind earning less than eight shillings was nut a noud advertisement for Now that the twenty pound franchise has been tixed and members of the House have been elected on that franchise and jurors have sat in judgment on their fellows because of that qualilication it can hardly be argued that the institution of adult HlffngO is a step in the wrong direction. Those who object might take heart from the fact, as was pointed out during the debate, that the reduction from lifly to twenty pounds mode little difference to the electoral roll. Today in a population of about 200,000 the electoral roll does not reach 40,000. A MOTHER WEPT SHE WAITED.. Then She Wapr Again As I Brought Her Good New* il> ii H.W.I wAkmtm*4 HAIFA. %  | Promised Land is that thi taste of freedom when they get thenis to be shut up in %  barbed u ire i jmp %  th immigrants put into ". the Bosphorus, Adriatic, and Marseilles; ami the charter planes stream in from Cyprus. Hongkong. A % % %  India. The bewildered Iran km bardl) touched the sacred %  oil before they are whisked of! in buses to the old army camp that Ihe British called St. Luke's, and %  nt the Homecoming." rrubtotaj sod kepi 0 Id not get that woman out of n J Bund III. .. ,| Ami at n.iilmght I -ot up and _, ^ ^ ,w„ ordered a taxi to take me to the Three were tu ihe Pan Crescent, loading ..rants for Palestine at Constanza, on the Hla.k BM They were illegal Imml* she put four of ""> *• %  her children / on board. Bella, the Side*, then 19, went I %  Cress m with I'hlncas, Bgad 14, Chain.. 12. and Huth. II, HreOl In the Pan York. Mis to and the other two had liO behind. There was no i them .alem The driver protested at a night drive so near the border, where there was (Linger from Arab infiltrators. So I told him Mrs SI %  only imaginPerhaps thenreally was a iiinisiiif-about hi • %  % %  . Any%  %  we arrived in Jerusalem without M dawn wii* coming over the hills. opened at eight. ex giving the where%  beenM man did an km.* the diff'n.m between a legal immigrant and an llega) one. and The bureau H bouts world < cm j, the f 2.000,n. They effected ... %  Mir: reunlooe i husi and Englishman, w.th all children and pan M." U^rited'for Here Us) %  \ .< i II,ated. Issued ith ration books, and generally sorted OUt It is* a place impatience, of waiting your n. and standing in out IM| %  '•* oi •**"' %  > jou "*< t The Bale to the amp xgm to understand ol ham MM'!;< -'^''"•^ inolhci whodev ..,, .,.,„„. netting nU-rulely split, up her family like ,..,„„ ,,„. ,,.,, ., .., ; fllllll| ,.,. Through the "his after working so hard to keep small round 'hem together. Chaira ami Hittti ..ere having xhr Bui that IS what Mrs ShechB wp man did. and then wailed m her ,„,.,, | txplain* troubled Balkan town with her tu ,,„. T( .. e called two remaining children, for her tnPn uu ,,, lhe rIturn to get a ship Dl t IVtl I giown-ups 'u.kledthiough that the ., :| n Ihe 1 an York and the Pan Crescent M|L Wak(f| iciceplcd by the Royal ym r;( „„ !" .i wink al her ileskmate — Cyprus Then ihr hed Israel holes netting a crowd it excited relative! were tryin K • i. k) loueh tin %  van -tin on B wrong side. Dark people from North Afrien jostled with men and women n the MIMI! fashions of the West I I | %  and her children taken to femh'wtl* Bt'hei Then she heard they had ne gol up The Vigil BRITAIN, FRANCE AND IHE SdUMAN PLAN UN >IMII.. I <.1iMi1i1114l1.Mi1 HKHINl) all the wordi and note*, txcfasvns ihe Channel in Ow put tew tvaafca over the Schuman plan for pooling Western bfopa s heavy industry lies one cold fact. France is prepared to make the gesture of surrendering* some of her sovereign rights; Britain is not. It is the same difference of approach that has been apparent in the Assembly at Strasbourg—or. for that matter, in any discussion between the two countries concerning European unity. For. to set up an authority that is independent of Government to run the scheme clearly involves a surrender of national sovereignty. The need for such a supra-national authority is. the i French insist, at the very heart of the Schuman plan. It is the real cause of the disagreement between the Quai d'Orsay and (l.e r'oreign Office which has meant that I Britain would not join the Six-Power conference on the Plan. France and Britain have strong motives for their differing attitudes towards sovereignty. France wants both to put an end to FrancoGeiman antagonism and to prevent the possibility of Germany, at any time, transferring her loyalties to the East. This, she believes, can only be achieved if the two countries surrender some of their sovereignty under a European authonn The federal idea i* rtTCftsfl in France. M. Schuman's propottll for French and German coal and steel arc ;: step in this direction. They mark a notable D, v. SCOTT TO-DATS SPECIALS CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE Tills Curr'v t'rlrrv HIM nils SI ..IT Tin* Trn|iii-:il I ...UI 4113, 447? A 4B87 niX'KWITII STUREH Bella murried. Phinens went I reiLlik Into %  routh cantre and the two %  %  • %  ll i i m o school childien they were that an> | eai or bu. ram. In ""'"' hack in the boat to rela IM „ whoop for o. :.i ihe new.. vere restrictions on German steel producK hi Sj&J&lJZvSrZZiSlS'nZ % %  iPPolnti They ahyly t,on. But Britain, because of her KeoijraphiSha waa spaie und are., and ''er children n.-i.r Haifa Riving the saKt they wenf (ac nnd tnll waa b K .„.mh i.. i .loUic. atn oi.l Hie. %  rival • %  •• all I could get out of them. cal position, her ties with the Commonwealth, neat I tried to apeak to 1'i. aaaaataaaa wan,p d to take Ihem to the. and her traditional way of lhinknn' (which ..ii.,, I., %  ....I ll, ..IK,.. K'.l %  On Ihr Oiitia she begrudged every "U-ll %  IIP VF1I41T eamp to meet then mother, but t utc she had to lake her eyes oft , the teacher said children ware" 8 practical rather than theoretical), is not Other passengers had their nol ....owed to leavBOYS' CLUB IN an effort to give the Boys' Club a good start, the Police who founded the Club are staging a Concert at the Central Station tonight in order tp raise funds. The aifol deserves the greatest public support. It is the practical demonstration of a real effort by the Police to keep youngsters off the streets and to reduce the number of juvenile delinquents. The screen story of Boys' Town has thrilled many theatie goers and the work of the late H. K. L. Shephard of St. Martinin-the-Ficlds has always been regarded in Barbados as a story of sellless devotion to the cause of the less fortunate. Barbados too has her unfortunates; and what adds an even more poignant note is that so many are drawn from the youth of this island. Now that the Club has been founded to counteract the influence of wandering on the streets several bodies and kuttvldUa.il interested in the cause luve voluiiteerrtl assistance. To-night's conoeti will be directed by Captain Raison who has never ceased to become an attraction; the Police Band will contribute and a few members uf the Y.M.P.C. will contribute two numbers There is also one number by the Bats Rock Physical Culture Club which is vrartll while witnessing. This is practical evidence of how one club comes to ihe MaiMMK* of another at a time when help is sadly needed. The %  % % % %  ' Opportune I' -ieesion I 1 wortHIM I.,i I...,:..:. And anyway she "" E?" B, W?' %  "' ""'" iwad to lew I cbool OWBBI siM>ke n Ijiiguage that I kiww. "roubles They did not know what io an in(,.ntile paral>sis scare. So i Uia next hour I went round "'ey wen going to do in Israel or -j pu |,cd a sheet from my notebook the camp, which was What I hilt. ;*"*?. 1h Eil ^* re K !" n g lo Bt ,V n< l persuaded Huth to write a romc wit to do. But Mrs. Shechman had none. Her meMage children would be on the quay to ,, wag not m y business really, When 1 left she was still there, meet her. She had sent them a (>ul on tnp wav bark to the camp her hands stretched up clutching telegram. The family would be i pj n„. ,| tlV er to interpret it. It %  abora her head tor suptogether again. M |d j • i)f Ut Mother. I hope you port and sturing down the road. When the family was nut on _,,,. „,.|| u,-,. iUl n..|i„ K ot mar1 pointed her out to the official lhe quay, she knew some small lw j ,., fvprus, but we were In who had shown me round the thing must have delayed them and rtiffern,: i...t i.llowed camp. He said "Ye*, she has they would come to the camp to lo ,.<, lo lhe Wedding. This Is a been there three days now. ever meet her And w> she stood by goo<1 school. We get mange Juice since she arrived in a ship from the gate waiting for them from Pverv ,j n v and nre learning chemHumnnia. Every time anyone Sunday to Wednesday. istrv u/e cannot go to see YOU speaks to her she says something The two girls she had with her because ,\ 0 would get infantile about a telegram." brought her food, and tried to paralysis, bul rou may come aqd I urged him lo try again, and persuade her to re.l Hut no, it „ ,. u> l( w ,., Mo | low Bre f ann y from what she said to the offlcial was a big camp. The children am| r)cl>urrair' Ive Huth." .un) from what 1 learned in the might have trouble in tlnding her. following 24 hours, 1 have pieeeo She must he where they could see fr'uMrlh IftuV her when Ihey came ,, Z^T^ ^ -Can't von do something about Mis. fjhechmnn was still at the id to .i camp official. "Not **** urion we nel the camp. much," he answered. "We will "" s '•'" fourth day and her the children eventually But '"" K,r,s ••• precticady holding IC'ar'.fij hS*S cxilr" "" "" "" C "" m d " "Sho'loak .he n a In a port them she did all those thing* *_. ___.... then recognised the writing that sound so easy nil you ITJ ii !? %  %  € % % % %  < % % % % %  She was not the only on loing thorn yourself. She took in 1 returned to my hotel in Haifa, cried. lOfltthet her story She had MRU From Y.tss.ili.i in iiiimuma Ten years ago her husband was killed and she left wilh six children, the eldest daie. who SA'/tWPMCfS Tin S 40 .-ashing BD0 PewiO| ihe ren| OUl bad dinner, and went to bed. But l aaidaa txarr%  anbe. It Al\va>s Itains For Mwn^ieur H* lsie?erue' >l.iliolm Hi son A KISS FOR THE LKPEft. %  melon, forbidden .him by his tu live without a mother. He I.IM.TKIX I mother because of its heating seeks Ihe mat.ml l,.ve he craves lly KejiHoio Maurlae. Hire *nd .iropertie*. he throws Ihe rind from an old peasant woman, S|*.tii*woiN,r !*• — !" e7 Page-* I ver the hedge It hits, full in oi. Illiterate Fert who works In the face the little governess next his kitchen In the i .Mill lUurtec, the weajher U door pitiful and preposterous, always suitable Whjlc lhe plot ln r ,dent illustrates Thm ls ;< ")"** Mngjemind o, h. .lory is developing furThe Ijndent "h-tn.s cdnei| abo||| Maur t ul s |Hirn()t i.ppresssmheat aiuriacs aengnt in making his ,,r t hu theme Then* is eh-mienee i people ridiculous a \ mr lie lavishes compassionate try. his unvarying scene: thunder -long ihe hoii. storm never come and bring relief Not until M Maurfat • ready Not until the passions of his characters have STTI %  iiJence Tliat .the time to oniig out your water %  %  in iii M. %  .- .u—ernes* next door, and In Genetnx. th r better uf these Jl(uf-n „ ^...K^ ,..„I two bnef powerful nowls. the lain holds off until the when Fernand deals bloa to Ms moth Uuetratea %  king his tragic words them but Involves Ihem in undignified situations His pity is wigi-.i wiu cruelty He can laOt praLso a young woman': healthy appearance without men skin blemishes, he had teeth. detect a h ihat rateotleoi hvpucri->v ..f his' lilt: JI Nia.i or loi-K HI \KI Hy I i.nk I iKN lyre and SIHIIIIHwoedr lOs B I.—320 Pago. PAUL GItKGSON wlls IlreFernand marries ihe little got H*?!?"Jj && *£_£& a follows eoc, e*y which is deterioroUng between mother and wife. The ethically Ills wile, Grace not so latter, defeated, dies aft. '"" e ^ .is that d,.d.y jjjf >"" "-'•'"""" %  STomc. l 7 X v. STSS "' th ; Felicite Then %  DrUrI ptoi attee ol ft hypocrite t'.iim-il Har last, "A cataract of water For the llrst time, her son o..w greave Mell from th. sky upon the leaf hates her. TO begin with, he garden path In lhe treat* her cruelly; then. with Wl ybody be surprised to darfaWM. 9 copper pan shone like kindness The mother says for I hear th.it the evict;..-., -,-.i,ue -i gljwuig human face, |. % %  have found my lillle bov Paul, and that Hargrenves man c,ir.. . u lllHl u hu i-.- %  *>ln: "* 1* s,.rr>' |or his old oeuvres him out of hta Wl I U Msuriae at his best, molner/ | B really astonishUig Is that Frank %  "" Tltalay. with his bioerledf His reply .1 h. hei It ,the scrultj iMgav of model i. nei son wiUi p.^sessive lovo At aae who wmUs nu> lo be KK1 to Britain, Icsepi this fiail littl ad is T.H a uu.r. but a yo u." h( m e ,, Ute bofl for more thai riiodl* *g*d bOy, fat. spineless But, like the Wife. Ih,mother 300 pages It Is ouHe a foul ad togj has hr---— %  -" ige after death. Going into ihe garuei. to eat remand has been too long a son 1.1 moved by the same urgency for a United Europe. Mr. Bevin feels not that Britain is ''dragging her feet", but that France is walkng too fast. The British position was made clearer at the recent International Socialist Conference at Copenhagen, where the British delegation stated that their Government could not abandon control over the national economy. Is that position now finally clarified by the statement of the British Labour Party Executive which says, in effect, that Britain will only support the Schuman Plan if it is based on Socialist principles]—i.e. full employment etc? The document also rejects outright any proposals for a supra-national authority. The British view is that any project of European unity, such as the Schuman Plan, should be achieved by co-operation between Governments. The French envisage a federal authority iudependeni of Government* (though they admit that it might be necessary, in the early stages, to allow Govern-, ments the right to veto decisions of the coal and steel authority. Here is the crux of the ilisacreement between the two countries. Some have suggested that the plan should be j worked through some inter-governmental >rganisatiun such as the O.E.E.C. which might, in time, become federal. But the French do not much care for the O.E.E.C. typo of organisation: they see in such a ni| only an opportunity for "dragging of feet". They would rather the Authority were supervised by the Council of Europe Assembly — though an Assembly constituted on Vtry cllf..•rcnt lines than at present France, meanwhile, is keeping the door open for Britain to join the plan at a later stage, eitiier as a full or "associate" member. But it must be admitted that, if the "Labour Party Executive's statement is alw the official view, there is little likelihood ol Mr. Bevin walking through that dour at present. This is a great pity. The Schuman plan would have | much better chance of success with Britain inside it. It would he hotter also if the scheme were not almost exclusively Franco-German, which might result in its eventual economic domination by Germany. It seems difficult to avoid the conclusion that Britain has once again lacked the generous gesture when faced by a bold plan to further the unity of Europe DANISH CHICKEN Hlt'/TH iS've lij . per DANISH CHICKEN BROTH (Selves 20—25).. .. DANISH HAM SAUSAGE 2ra .. DANISH VIENNA SAUSAGE DANISH LTVEB PASTE AUSTRALIAN ASPARAGUS SOUP EASTPACK BSD .... HEINZ MANGO CHUTHEi 1 B ot. HSINZ TOMATO KKTCHUP .. DUTCH STRING BEANS p er Tin 36c. & DUTt H CABBAGE pr Tin 1 78 BO 40 33 51 RED COW CONDENSED MILK $1104 PER CASE STANSFELD. SCOTT a CO. LTD. #•'#• #/le" 0m*iititttttii A Sniiill Shipment of : GENTS' RAINCOATS By CIIAS. McINTOSH Aim .von' mocsBwn'Es MOSQUITO NETTING 90' f: 108" wM *KVS*Vt; It wai M doubt partly the Russian attempts to cast doubt on H.-i.i deeth that led the War Office to commtaiaon Mi TrevorIt ..ii than .in Inti'lligeiice uffleei, lo (Ind on! the Afler psUnstaklllsJ research and %  'oss-exaininatioii of all available Mirvivnrg from tbe Bnakt nblc to establish bayond any M IbUlty of doubt that Hitlw Wag then I the :in;it disposal of the ashes and other i %  Yel Ihe Russians itUI % %  with Stalin's kr.< urn why ehouM Bteili uellen oi wish M to ixpe lo tbe pogyman who so long Hy ii viii is niMiiiii Mtn to maintain hi. grip i'ii lhe Rtlrrleil people Another tuggestlon Is that a iIlitler at a suitable moment might help the Russians •*> CosUMjUdete then hold un tiennany. Suirly ihe Itrst explanation which Stulln gave i*> Hopkins contained the truth, "the whole i.latter struck him as bell dubious." I.nml l>*T Stalin limply could not iieiicve that Hitler could He u which read at if the) wen for a vheapItovelette The lasl Ml i Ihi BUSJKI which Trevoi Roper describes so I %  %  %  for the %  tho Lat Teftev %  leave-taking, and Bnelly the |okDl %  Ull I'ie followed by the binning %  i Tho bodlei would be IncVi diMe if the fad.* were not so well substantiated by a number Of dependeni witnesses, who %  I onlj i" located and o :' | So the truth R:. %  Stolln had iteted one in Soviet Rue I v hat every reader of this book knows— that bej doubt n While Mr Trevor-Ropeifi main coochudoiai hold, ho hns erred %  t, Hu boe i learnt ol Eva %  rang On June 9 Marshal ZhohOV an. that on the evIdV kept by ii had marrietl Eva Braun before he died Basing his view on a statement by an aide lo Geienal Krebs. the C. iuu.in Army fihlal uf SUIT, thai %  Wine of Ihe ndjulants kept diaries r r evor-Bopef guesses that the diaries never existed and that the invented them to conceal, for some unknown reason, the fact that after Hitler's death General Krebs wenl to Zhukov with a On Record But. in the first place, howcould one man know for certain that DO dlery was being kept of %  vente in the V .vondly. it is no! iiiie fh.il the Russians suppressed laflee of the Krebs peace If Trevor-Roper had consulted the dies of the Evening Standard 1 have learned that at the same Press conference whan Zhukov told the World of Hitler's marriage, a Russian Lieutenant Colonel, correspondent of the Hed Army newspaper, gave u description of ihe last days in Berlin with full details *f the Krebs peace! mission. Mr Trevor-Roper concludes his f introduclion by regretting his in1 .ihihu lo see eye lo eye with the numerous corresp-.mh i • had assured him "froa and Bournemouth and the Medree Presidency, that my conclusions I would have been more certain had I consulted Ihe oracles of Yogi and | Ihe Great Pyramid, or correctly I interpreted the inspired book^ of I Ezekiel. Daniel and Revelation." While we may agree with the author on this point. let us also %  • be relied l< IW-ient .dlenlion to Ih! • ..nd thu* omitted a strange and III episode from his remarkable history of tn> rung World Copyright Reserved London ExprrsB Service 1 DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT 1Mai& SftetiaU MEATS SPECIALS Ovtoiiaiues In Tins i arr's Chocolate l.amh in I ins and Cream Biscuit* Hrlskrt of Beef in Tins Barley Suiar In Mil.-. Meal Roll In Tin* Barley Sugar Sticks Slejk jnd Kidney In 11ns f ake Mix In Pkges Vienna tfUflglf hi Tins Ovalllne Rusks l>..nKh OeeMel sausages nra llnnvli | i.iiktnrirr SsusKipper's In Tins eeee Kipper'. Cold Storage Yeal Loaf in Tins M.irkerrl t old Starase Ham 1 ...i in Tins Mackerel In Salt Pall de 1 ..! %  (.r.id Pilrhards In Tint Wimlr Hams or Cal llerrtni In Tina Krafl Kh >upreme In VSOH BLES Heet Root — 12c. per*lb. Tins \nihovy Paste Carrots — 16c. per lb. Fish Paste f in iitn'i : %  In 1 ills Klsh Cakes BUY | i %  rSB AM) BACON NOW \\( IIOK 111 TTKK — XSc. LB. When it's Line to Cool off I r* an 1 Cold i KOWS imtNh I A i; I:\RICIIED GODDARD'S mass



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THURSDAY, JUNE 24, l5il BARBADOS ADVOt ATI PACE nVE Barbados Gulf Co. Makes Plans A NEW COMPANY, the Barbacio 3 -Uulr CurT,., liullei by ihi* Gulf Oil Corporation will IKworking island Boon. The company \i now bring formed stions „ %  .expected to st.Hi promptly Di W v Auer, Reside' t Manager of the Company, told the "A* uiay. Dr. AIM arrived %  > -••evening by U.W 1 A h USA via ST. Lucid anil Trim dad. He has DOW ceres to pot Mr H C Bishop, Special Representative of the Gulf Oil Corporation who is well known >n Barbados. They are both slaying at Y.W.C.A. Will Be Revived VXfITH A VIEW TO reviving ing several week the Ocean View Hotel He snld that he will be spendhere making long defunct Y.W.C.A. studies of ihe situation before returning to the Home Office to repon what will be required to do the Job. Ha said that they rlrst have to look the ground over and plan for future operations. They hav to find out Just how they could approach the job moot efficiently and make geologic.-!which will be followed Imme rilotely by geophysical work, Adjustment In addition, they ha* that their work adjust local conditions and the life of In Barbados a number of Socia Workers. at the invita.on of Mrs A. A. Gibbon*, held a Meeting al the Y MCA. on Monday At thi.i meeting %  &*. A. .A Gibbons was elected President. Mis P. A. Clarke. Treasurer and Mrs. D. H L. Ward. Secretary Other? present werv: Mrs. Donald Wiles. Mrs A W Scott. Mrs. F. Ooddard. Mrs H F K Greaves, Mrs. H A. Talma, Mri H S Taylor. Mrs F Bi'hop. Miss Beit* Bourne. Miss Bourne, Mia* Edna Fields and Rev. and Mrs. D Wood Miss J. Wilkinson was absent. It was agreed that these memthe Island. bers should form a Committee of The company will be opening Management up an office in Bridgetown and Captain H II Williams. Serreapart from the technical staff tary of the YM.C.A was also w hlch will be brought m froi present in an advisory capacity outside, all other labour will b.Contribution* towards this much sf .wteri locnllv gjjf|"„y-Wf-A V ,wUl b. grata. 5P S?Au"who is pavln, hi, „ •Tomngton." Hastings '^ "1". ** oomln bm*" h Amona MMl of joining tha hl T < ho ? l >' , Association can communlcalc !" l"ata In notagy of Tuft, will. Mrs. DHL Ward, Saarrv College. I g ay ctl i mtl l I tary. went over to Europe to K"at OH (loetonite anil ha, since worked R AIN FELL OVE* Ihe weekwith the Foreign Division of the end but since Ihiit time no! Gulf Oil CnrporotluT' 'I, eyen n nan of r.iin lim been ntwo years In Ota corded in Ihe Island, Vary hoi VonemH.i 11m spells uere < xpertenced in the Bn d was (01 City during Ihe week and Ihe MMTV |,i„|, c.illf'nneratlcnlempeiiitiire after midday yesterir nv n ^ day read 80 Fahrenheit in the "' MMittlt: IHI.I 1 P .iddresslnt t'llnlr si SI Manure!'. Mixed School Vestrv Cannot Convert Rectory Without Act Of Parliament Will Wait Till New Rector Is Appointed Baby Clinic O/M'iH'd In St. John SI John %  M ad am e tilil lo %  irsBarat^ Sctrao ifu moan lid thai Uaai ( eighth of its kind in mi S hoping that y %  • the ap-j paUlna provarty of n .it and it..ti th* than i thai thmoUatri cannot all milk and ttsej ; wad i -".I b '!"> %  srould if, .HI li diet This is where the League will ptay an : •romao of battatM row. After Madame ItUI i anon Moore blessed, the rllnic situated in the bottom Boot "i St MarVaret s booL :he sjtath 11mal I. is thati dub tdren ko ma clinic regu larl] ..-in to follow the i thatn l.y the nurse; She said that It will U " s# utitii / n~ (gfj \ I Itl Ml ItUI HI M OF PURINA POULTR1 CHOWS i..t ,.ur BSBntij ,',.iii II I MOM POM I I i<>. LTD l-i.tithuUtg I shout $4(1 Oil I i tinclinic ;i|>.irt l IHE VESTRY of St. Michael at a special meeting .%  elded to defer until the appointment of a new Dean the question "f the suggested disposal of the Ri and iis possible conversion into a achooL Thr V %  tha opinion given them by Mr W ff K ('. their Counsel. Opinion was that th*Vestr; entitled to detain the title deeds of the Rectory 3! ibullom unit other nut found she In the LandS ol the '.'irtn tint. made in thei whlrn he hfl ?'! d et Ul ^" wai tl l uM l ,M "> s tf. **"n^ to dispose the the parsonage end fUba In the The clerks in the Traffic Departtons of sugar expected to V ment of the Central Police Station the island this week. The / are kept busv daily with these Pointer' which started t.i 5.000 tons of this %  Ti the parsonage and glebe in Uarfig!* Si^t ffiJ T ,. u ; U ^ parish of St. Mu-h.o, are.. %  J %  ; %  „ %•£ SOO tons of muscovado MSSJ. 200 by iwo separate d,..l, each *W£uto the conettH of the Blah. barrels and 200 hell fee Hector!,, the Dtocase and set ...it in hivacuum pan motasaei zoo drum) of tha parish of 81 Michael <.nd|peuii 0 n that he has obta.r. of high strength spirit. .>u<> orunu hiluoceeson rectors of St Mi-Sf^nsenl of the Ifishop of tin of tamarinds and 885 earl : fnrever. Dloceea ISfK. IMh properties were t>ough; \*t if PsjiLSDUBI This shipment. HI. the sanction and approval of In m> upinion neillier iKc Ittwo "Adviser makes a total of s.wi i ht l.., : .vm respcel to n, r > not the i;i'i>.land can the Glebe, an Act dated 1st March used for itny other pui|. ... M LuM '!' %  %  assed. than thai for which the) were lor* Thr rrurrl" show tint a penqumd it'|it ,M!II the consent properties if and when be demands the return of the said try of St. haa good ground to Justify in law their detention ol I No good ground for MCA detention Irewn to n attention In m\ aplnion Ihr hnindnr of UH tiuSeedS i the raineegi tnd Ihe (ilebe Is n conrern of llir Vaetry of St Michael but l DM eeeeen of the ki. Ale. i kwn Mi. le a sts M Nun. f. U .IM Hj I ABM Mi. K %  SEOUL /ALLS a> I'rom 1'age 1 Jaaulea, and Kenya. "111I ntwh, (harlt>. OeehaSC, Oaaeerti i'i>umr and t Kin.itd .IT. arnoni the I i i Ihell kind m the • lH rhej "" %  %  %  | I T WO BICYCLES WERE INVOLVED In an accident alODI Maxwell Road recently. On? was owned and ridden by Whltfleld Forde of Marchfleld. St Philip while the other was ridden by Alfred Besl of Lodge Road. Christ Church. The front wheel, sprocket and brakes of Forde's cycle wore damaged, A N EXHIBITION OF FRENCH Colour Prints will lake place at the Barbados Museum from July 1 to July 15. A private view of the paintings for Member* and Associates only will take place on June 30 from 10 a.m to 6.00 p.m. H IS EXCELLE.NCY. the Governor and Mrs Savage have kindly consented to ope nun i Spelghtstown on Monday, is expected to sail for Montreal towards the week end. pe md the moral aapei I looking %  i rted Into • %  ohOOl, %  it .it .ill Gallery at the Museum on July 10 at 5.00 pjn. rpHE COMBERMERE SCHOOL * %  B.G. Plans Pre-fabricated Houses (Barbados Advocat* Com*****"* GEORGETOWN The Central Housing anti PlSH ning Authority In British Guiana have taken special action b) meat lower income housing pet houses of approve lid H.G. products wilh the ixcepUpr of nails, bolts, small DtUnSl aim n"the*Ncw P*">tiiiK. The drat of theac .hniKii an houses arc being built for the new decanting centre in AlbuuysUiwn. southernmost ward In depressed in an Act ..: Parlla-"lp> ••enled lo the l^nbUture pra*"'-' U The BSriHMj he Veal mc that power be tlven to him n would ap|tear that the TMl.ai;. (With the cmsenl af the patroa fUg* of lh ' fc*'!'"' 4 '' %  ";' ''"-l-l'l'oinlcd Hi d tha aftfealMaal the then limemor ^ ,lvbe werc deislted with thc-in., authority to till tha rats* Id. in.l th,. KUh..n %  II... Illn^i "" '" f r ->-'f-**^-ll""l^ IB •ll"h||l %  ... Tr h H K, • "•" Rctorhln and to ^Qulrf thrr landif. he U.r,| M the C.lrbe for Ihe benelil ,,„.„.. „ r ,,., U ,.K ,,| |. lf „| „, ,. .. nf Ihe ln.iimh.-niN l,.r ihr time ; n |„. vhnwn that the BeS ta* re elite of M Michael, detention by the Ve-tt. of 81 "al oMilHiim Part of the monies derived from Michael is pjstll ibk In nl "t Mr, OnriesM Qlebt Lew i gTee to %  sUon with which was used to purcha The fail that 12.000. part if the Otl i place called '•SpMnirtleld" in thi p pi | %  j I %  onaM rcferrcrl erlah of 81 Michael was paid by the Vestry of St. U* Michael int thr request and diiwVestn did Source tl .Mnic> .' ,,un of which Vaatry the Mid Parmei %  h. % %  .'! %  i 1 the reel r> show trom what soim. oi Vendol lo the Ftectoi and hta sue-oontlnue to livi there M Mt, ii will mil in mj nnnion roorcovei en iigmai Glebe Uutdi were purlustU) Ihe detention "i 'ii title thlnsj behind Ihi deeds hy the Vestry ol St Micliact* BOTnathll Tlir I'araonaif MM BaUSheeSd aftei demaml lot tha same had ; Mr. it t seal) I2.1tf0-lon Triumph, carrying 40 'planet The.,. S also a I4.7a0-lon nalntenanaa sup, Ihe t nlnirn. Mi Att %  i-Iveil wifii erevttj t in \ • Ion which I . | ..... i \ the i> II A Bovdl ..IHI Bli W : %  i 11 and Ihe Bl hop to ii" Into the mal ber 'cith him arid !oun • i '• %  < Ihi %  i i.\ the %  MERE'S OUR NE1 SELECTION OF HOOKS X Speech Day A special type of huase Vfias %  asm tidfo nla<<# rt special -jp<: in nuuow i-. ... Ill I,, tuW 1 recentfy designed and built by th. re Hail on July IS A llh( ',„ ,,„ H ,„ ,.„-.,.uon le* at 2.30 p.m. His Excellency the ~ D n "the'Sea" Wall" This'was deGovernor and Mr*. Savage have 5unicd u, be mflS9 produced By graciously consented to be present. p ref fl brlcatloii. and to provide all that Is necessary to enable famll E DWIN BOVCE OF CHAPEL GAP reported the loss of a quantitv of articles and a valise, total value $30.73. from the house of Isabelle Clarke at the same address on Sunday. Fined £5 For Inefficient Brakes Jes to live in conditions of ifli ^ comfort and amenity. It il nevertheless necessary I provision of the necessary 1 p^' ductlon machinery before the benellis of thus brpi bavailed of. The Autl doing everything pooalblee1 thU rtage to encourage tin %  ment of a new |irefabncnt'..n Industry in the Colony whjfh would meet all local i supply an export markrl aID c..tu.e<,ue|ice of a PetlMoi. by '''•> %  %  " •'> "' ixi'-a, .ntill.d I the Vestry ol St. Michael U. the |" [^ legl .nten-M n the LatldaJ IllhUasaill In which Uiey pray. wf ,nc aid P^son.ge ed to be itranled %  loan of l^.OSO N) ( ;, MK | Kea.si.ll to be rri.Ud by yearly InatalIn mv ( pinlnll h ,. Uue deed menu out of pirmhial fund*. ( |ie Pars.>nage and Glebe should^ The prayer of ihe Pet.lion was he returned hy Ihe Vesfrv of St I grant* 1 and an Art passed emMichael lo the Rector of St i bodying lire **me on the ".iid Michael, as the iierson hating thf( Jaly m.'.r %  '-; % %  UH. HI he I %  i. Ha -, [hi %  %  > %  old Dean P H ovei 10 ind sale bed roach, i %  %  in addt-1 Meanwhile it has be. EftROL GREAVES a driver of M4^^^ff 1 • pafeaasige' NEW RELIEF FOR ARTHRITIC PAINS But new treatment does more than ease these terrible agonies. product. IM1LCIN. rtue 10 tlm aysapte prompt relief from Ihe pains due lo the rheumatism, but sUo affMtS lbs mstohols a verv impitrti.nl purl of ihe rlusumstlc ntaii'i IJOLCIN has been thoroui.hlv te-t.-d l)OL<:iN ibeing in-d < b) being prewrilied ly dm r-uraed nurmal living a Don't delay. Profit bv 11n "1 ludny. I 1)111 %  'v givM I arttirtni nd hi. h onatlti hi. kground 11 nadical inatitutlo n. unprscedi nu d >uci %  -DOLCIN .„ And Mom sulTereni h iva air. Sapper IHI Mill 1 u || Ol II Kll'lll,ntAVBI UNO TONUUKS B| Krnneth H.rrU I \l I 1 |pM mi \li \lt I rn.i ii< . Oaaaeeell CI-NIIAM IIII.L B) I IK.IMIII I.mill,. (.IMI 1 1 11 MIS \ 11 UfD hi < %  plain ST t i.ihn. 0 01 IHI 01 <.!(! 1 RTONI s H Arthur WsiaffSeBI M \lM.i PBBSONAL I*.ins li> Moii.irl IMI-II ADVOCATE STATIONERY 77fr*. //•/ stocral off mcycies y M'lilAI, PUCII FOI sVOI I afsl I! MiKl PTACHASl tiltM-s \itu\M.in || II V It It I S O \ S BroarJ SI. Local Aoents WE N^-. TRUCK ENGlMt MORE POWER Greater Smoolhness MORE M.P.G. LONGER LIFE COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM LTD. DIAL 4616 WHITE PARK Three 250 feet barge; besting Una Bostlc on May 22 Ivgal parlani means inc various pi ; hor which constitute the rndow/icd's and I/off Eagle Terminal In the vie,' of 12V32'2" North and 70\4'3" ft West have been reported to tth as be h'heil by the lav of |l n dom for the maintenanct of the b iih tinsure Magistrate G It Griffith yesterday imposed a line of 25 cost to be paid in 14 days or -in default undergo one month's imprisonment on James Fvans -of lecal Shipping Authorities Fall-field. Black Rock, when he ing "dSJUSJnKUl to navigat was found guilty of assaulting and The barges extend What's on Today Meet inc of Chamber of Ccsnmeree at 18.00 noon. MreUni of (MM Church Vi-lrv 11 n TI m Football si Krn-ini(t'iii af veo p.m Mebilr Cinema. Locust Hill riintitlon Ysrd st George at 7.30 p.m Variety Conoert, Central Pallc* 8UU0-1 st S.3S pm. direction for half mile, bean:, bfal the parish >' J00 The barge to thw< PStrSl Hi Aims Corn plays two white lights on the lU\r stern which can be 3 SCHOONERS CALL Three schoonci island yesterday nial produce From St I. "Laudolpho" and "Mare.i Benrietta" with supplies The are' charcoal, cocoanuls. flre^-ood and posts Trinidad with 200 Uessssse of the wt rd "Psrsoar.ir*onas:r Boke I His Own Benefit ,. as* and %  1 ror hi* profit so far as drums of such use Is consistent with the due pr/sc" of The fresh fruit. #/##'# %  •'% itttwit/f* " *W < 14-tint-st Mmmm FLOOR INKKfTION Alt I AS iliniund . ihi* new, sasrs eeTeettt pLOOl IRS 1 DRINK CLAYTON'S %  II modern gi rm with gr it ugh voi where there is a baby Make Inlrrtisn areas hot|.r.*l-'ie*n wllh ,JKVI'IM (l lei He nd safe as soap to Always, acid JF.VPIM. a ning water. Enjoy it. f JEYPINE [AGRA rCE Ilium \M\\ bs hnppy with BAIRNS-WKAK SHKII.AM) WOOL \ h.-.Minliilh llul.I 2 ply "'"'I %  I'ink. %  tag and IMiil.-. I "i Hall, .-lull :.2r. Wt ills. lalVg ISg IMtoWaH l"r your KnilliiiK nerHs KMTTISli LEAFLETS I Ml. MICH KMTTIMI M.I III.IS III. HUM (KOUIDT inn IKS. Each TATTIN Slinil.l.S. I.uh CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LTD. 10, 11. 12 & 13 Broad Street



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PAGE SIX IIAKIIAIMIS ADVOCATE IIIIU-IMV .USE 21. 13 HCNRY oo f Ij WIGS !AMPOQMATloH JSWITCHB I BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WAI.T DISNEY 7 '-*" %  3 l 5 ^3ES.,ZE' %  -' NOW \SSAN VOU '4.6 rO~ TA.CN..3 A„-N..~ SOWE K. O. I'A.\.\.\ W ITH VtHISFEH IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE NO— tfr-foryou.loo! BACKACHE IS YOUR t WARNING! krUhr .a naualS iW fir* lira, M KB*-*. T-MU. TVkW"f f h. lAo-d'. H"rfWhan It*, fti %  m at order. M-lead •! pur*. tmh hkod iiB-an to •if* i-"* aM Midi, < Uacd tUmmm '' haa'J Mb %  • aoaaan. and atridfc TKen jau Irr I ratten. Hall a t-miurj'i • ip***!" and I'wniaV Mi b* (to luri in I ww dawi pro*tha> .•add k.aWy P4li nwtkiT rid .-w baaad af -irrM a'-it and paiunL Triaaj fmu btaod ia ria ,** Iwrfcwtat AuMwan and T r Wed fUt ia rcaiacad b T ra-Wl health and theft}. Yu IMI nan IWMBT. to>.u -. DM a Ktdner Pa. 0-d Vter UII* battle at al kWaUfc JI4 Dodds Kidney Pills BEAUTY PREPARATIONS ARE USED BY ALL WOMEN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD I LET "PONDS" ASSIST roc: COLD & VANISHING CREAMSFACE & TALCUM POWDERSLIPSTICKS HAND LOTIONSKIN FRESHENER ETC. ETC. 4 STOCKED BY ALL DEALERS. JUST rt !, Cat. Oat ri.kea Bad .lm... Ifed HM1 *-Ilad Peanut. Kalt Macaroni A Martan*! pn lb i*r lb SUK I SAMPSON LTD. Headquart* !" lor Bait Bum llisi-ui.s ;iry Parnu-sticks Biscuits. . Honey Bake Biscuits Water Biscuits Ginger Bake Jamb* Afternoon Tea Biscuits. Peck Ercans Twiglels L'arrs Cheese Crisps Carrs Table Water Biscuits $ to 72 I 06 73 1.49 I 17 i.a* 1 12 Jams \ Peanut Butter ButHartleys Raspberry Jam Bot. Hartleys Strawberry Jam „ „ Apricul Jam Tins S.A. Strawberry Jam—2 lb. „ S.A. Peach Jam—2 lb S.A. Pineapple Jam—2 lb. „ S.A. Melon •> Ginger Jam —2 lb .*7 .611 .45 9" .34 .64 64. 35. 35 (aimed Vegetables L.id> Dune Pen Lilt Can Peas Bachelor Pens Mushrooms ... Spinach Parsnips Heel root Turnip* MB = "I ati| ASM m > .181 at SAVINGS tul.ine A Milk I ..nils 'Ivaltine %  •" Ovaltine n Tonn 2 .21,1 1 Mile 1 llrmo I.M vitacup 'a Bourn-Vila '• Cocoa Malt 1-U (umied I riiit Duiovons 5* Egg Plums Vktacta Plums *7 ltl.uk Currants •* Strawberries • Peaches *Auricoia M^m t Wines. Liqueur* Ete. Phoslerine Tonic Wine 2.40. Buckfast Tonic Wine Wincamis Tonic Wine 2.1*. Creme sV Menthe Cherry Brandy .. i Dry Orange Curacao Breda Beer Vi Sloul Oyster Stout Canned Meal Swifts Ham Loaf Vaal Loal „ Vknina Sausages Hamburger Steak Camp Pie Danish Cocktail Sausages Macaroni Cheese 1.32 2 90 1.38 4 00 4 00 4 00 26 36 43 47 26 :i2 :i2 n. 37 Cereals i' .mi uf Wheat H .36 6 %  :u %  --• .48S Corn I ...i-1U-I'urTiil Wheat Pearl Barley . Weelabix tllrmis Kollcil Oats PHONE 215. a**MHBVl



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TIIIRSDAV. JIXE M, 19511 rt.VRtlADOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. L "^^. !" 1 " Canada.W.I. Trade Discussed HARBOLR I In House Of \ssrml>l\ SHIPPING NOTICES %  on s\i>: MHI IIE.VI llt/NTE. Ball. plant* ELECTRICA L ELECTRIC STOVE III. i nt.tr( i. i„. .„* %  at A o*p %  Ikncate A.lis a w \-.I(. I). IS 11 and I* Plate Dui SUB P-aCoitn &j Co Ud Electrical rt.th.rtmm) St S V> an I MIS I-Co.t A f. dndrr. etc I M '%  W .it vi n B i TWCAL AI111A awi n - ..* T-..i. •. HM Plata : W Dt.Co.ta A f> i. 'il %  : ,: I,, M >: %  man aperially romlruMM for uae at **"'" Salll P.le.it-d Mmnf Vatui raguiate. "mi-^u. .,i will DaCoati • Oa Us r*.-iit*i IM,I niai ans. nJSCTRIC WATSSt HEATERS by aanton in 1 . II 1.1 TO and 0 ..lion CaaRg Co 14d Electrical Departmrni fai-l efTi .-• i M ta FURNITURL i-i tt ran.... *,„„.. %  < % %  %  erlv meaMlY .. % %  %  M-nVBnianed i.n*.ak. > %  • A. %  • *1 l—Mle-lie Up [,,_ ... .etandah bamrwaaa a Ik .-.— --I Uted Oarag..-g RMNM wiu we M >"-!LOST %  .•: | %  > a *WUJ*STAKr IBI Finder (! TTCKl-r •-.. %  e.ia> (vlufii tafue in 0MV*. %  ana UM l-i Ot.a.Hl. Bw. %  LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 1 .NDSICIOH -II*. ungi !?•.' PP"oyad '•"d" 1 l Dfl irr 3 In U-*MI oi r .ia f Robtnaan |uor ItowiM Nil MM itM tgO.fl reap*.' a hgStd and aalvat 4 al Ilknon Si Gc Fungle •nov runmrAL able far a.!1i"c 1... Ci A Beard HaniDa *> thia •* % da %  •( J-iie %  RSI'* lot A| N B Th application will b> rani %  • i % %  I* at 1 uaual office* Fvo-.i July 1M 1*A i„ January 111 IBM Apply to Mr. C B IM ltNII\ VI 1*1 III.It' StllS The pub re .i* heieln a givln B credit tin, ife KRSCI.A Kt I 1 MAN nice r%a>. aa I *> not took m-wll miunuble lo. I... ing an\ defM or drbi* in rm a by a written order .igne< HMJAMIN KELLMAS W MBOM. St. And,." AUCTION any d*bt or debt! mr.i '. %  I. \. .'.'.!. % %  srALE. *n< Kuviru: bKi pmwrtlon wllhoul my BMW ti Oat*. M --ll .. HiatMMi. A qoamiM li-' A cel|7 B.W.I, per U*> 'oi '"' i %  • an4 raaarvationa. E1IROL O ROOKS Ba> 4L NOTICfc MAJoniE W MW O I O MAW B1R*. PMMM B-SiriiM in drbl o. claim a.*""STbUit o( MUbrWin*a fc.ua> Clbtmbm Uva o( OniarW. Canada, win ,ua4 ut !>• " l "t a "" "" %  Xaitmbir 1M*. ara MM| •end partlculaii •>< V"*" attaatad. lo lha undaraigncd Barban lalaitd to. pmx r*. itrl of in. Wg OFFICIAL NOTICE ruinin ADRIANA SEAl.V afl-ciina: all thai wlaln crl of land aiiiwi> -' J. .,1 Mkha.^a* mud lourtaan and I ..i.i.o %  I rt ...ir.iaain OCM I %  butt and WuU bin HM pi-P-"t* • %  tha dcfawLw lo bring bafor* ma • .mt'Bd. doctunani* and I a ba aaaminad by ma on *nj I PTiday toawaan tha howa oi l* nwn' and 1 o'clock in the afternoon, at tha OflicB ol lha Clark oi UM Court of Appaal at tha Ca BrtdRctowit, bafoia lha 13 t tnnbrr IBM. In order th.it fuch ctalm-c-1 cr.r,li.,M t.. the nature la tharrol rape.-i.. pcraonn -ill b> from Ih. bamaflt ol the ...i.i D. t>a deprived ol all rtatm on or BMInat tha uld Btl dalmanta are al n.>iinad that they mud alterid tha uM Court on Wedii'-day. tha 13th d.ty M Haoiemhar IBM. t 10 o'clock a in whan th.ii aid alain • -ill lie Linked CJivcn under ,v hand ihl. 13rd day ItM %  v atucci A* Ccik .il u %  REAL ESTATE OFFICIAL SALE llAHItAIMlN IN TMI I '' %  I COORi or APFSAl 'Kqu>i'l>l' Jin-' 1 IN1JSA1 KKl'll. iniUt'KN OILJ PUIntirt ADHIANA SllAI.V IWandanNOTICE I* hiraby givan ihai by vb tuc of an OMcr of the AMKtanl OMII ..( A|.i nbM ISM AIL Hll ... or t.ra*l of lanit dtu*' it Jackm,.". i" Ih. ParL.i M.-hael "d lland oL-reaald conbilniri: by adtqeai. n •• il one rood four lee" .-he or iharaataii • • (inn. o( a rete| ta .omtnon heratn..-•. • ncd -'"iltln. .ii i i .v laal] Solicitor.. July 18JQ. "I' 1 igjUP art. Brlda<-*U ol in. among the partial mill lad, Ibajii i bavlng tigard only lo auak %  huh I ahall OM* noUce. and mat I will na* ba H*bM lor lb. aiMta iir any part tkao-f d"ITMUiad, to any penon whoaa dabt or ctaUn w* ahall Ihen have had notice And ill ,... %  %  rrtate Bra t.-i irvr.1 la aettle Ihotr lndabtcdnea> wittami delay. Dated thi. 12th ga] % %  Mn IHt HUtHEItT CAMPBEI.L BEAI.V aitornry lor ConaUnc. Vabaa Quallfled E.eciilri* of IM Will gl Majonc Wii r Vmdi Chamber*, %  Ihe nr~pertv of IB. .i party will a. vile on every •leeee* n -.. %  tm i' I Dated lhli Bad Cay ol Junr i" %  > | | ... • Ai %  -. |1 g SOJ wood. On* ill brown quantiiv if gjout T I i %  • %  iit bWagilga. T.. Bad -e.eril othri UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I have i..H .> %  ..! M \| MI Da %  .( TO HAY al 11 M p II I i. nhHh In riudr. *w biocki. ll etgtvg. aggg, I Air > l>ant Pane i • N -vKild III. IIHTllllJl.'. Ill,h.llfc! V I |U itl lbs Au-i \v*, wh< It iarl id t'Ul 101 111* UaU '.lit ) • %  gelling Asaingt iho trcatfnenl ul the Auglraliar.s. ih> Urilmli f/M Indian Dclrsata* were kvpl am Kutte.1 aboiil In Londun lor Iw months or more, and th, u ted to return home with the most unsatisfactory ofter A further Delegatiun arM p and they were HT.I1 | without any nttfiacttary agreement The An traUsrtl anfrt give'i all that tbfq "anted .*;.,) i:. -r. II, (WO days, whereas UN WflSl Indians. fMSBl RAOBWII lab without ,i is) iirrangement thi i< (on that on matters such M | ol Dollara to th, Wf %  %  know whut was happening ann be able to hmk RflST tbotr OWI Interests He -saw M why %  matter ..| Uukin.l shciuhl t*' kept An there wn ,.njy ., number ol rlsa SfhtfJ %  U absorb il tlw in. ,i| Oovgg mi;. I tinned thenpnawtll attnUdi i appar, nt m.nliiilv for Inn enough, it would be 0 I tmin tint ntunUon point ayouli I wag In a position to attract any I H !%  .mil i.,t itlluIH %  KH %  erve the dollar. A %  agrieulii.i... Mo tunpiDod b %  kin-w hnn lo be an energen man, but be would Uk* it ii Thi '"iv i %  I mie All trie ma the page.* of tin ra that boc.ti : m j %  Esploi I bjg itmg and OfjMt id %  Had thvi. %  %  '! %  ; to tba %  i.tuii uid %  ffill T Th. Ithga I':... :> thrown it do-s I It hum.ii M tJ a. i DIM in the West Indies wouMi •'" ,ul ,| 1 ''' liki fool sutisiiivi with thi i %  lha) ||,lllll I \-M D'AHCY A SCOTT., Govt Auclior .ited as compared wiih Australia, but foi -u,u rMCIat i, nee* to * had fc bind thamuelVH together The\ in Barbados COUld set Hat Hr umrle. nut Stieppliuj as far a> U -1111 RMMnbcr to Si. Philip would M... hut Into self BBVI %  m r ,ll > ""'> -liolll,! .lain %  icbly ..v posgibla Thi t 'i M i g position WTUH would have to be pfaid resiHtrN. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER i nd Oi,. %  ill wood lti*krr%  I I oil II p m. I will H S 'BONAIRE JUM IIM i HELlhA J.,,., Mlb g P uuaaoH Sox A OO ITL A. i BWtJUD at Luc-.. Vaaai A Ai..tu I ...it.l.l Tb. M V (.AKIBBEC v %  BP and Paaarngei Mwril.ee CONSJONEr : No M HS Alcoa Pola>, SS Silver Sandal. as iw. .... W iHZcoa, Sisam&hJp Co. will, .he v r Ra.Wdo. f JfS-f • n.i i \M ..a.KB %  I DM %  H.k-ii.1 %  li-M MI'MUSrl ,i IA Itin July lllh AIM say. \OHK %  RVtTR • A". s v n lllh July %  a. is Spun a b US S>u %  .-' %  %  ..... %  ..-, H-ilaen S.S Sun Prince. R S < Maraealbu SEAWELL I......I.4 I ia, Dorean Kanta Mi..t. En. l-i t M M i.i I'.. M H I A 1i i Han Read ..a-. late. %  %  . i t | loai. la %  • M fla.H.1 Kea i ltd Cadai... %  DjBIMha La* lie Coil I %  TEST SCORES a> from page 1 u • %  %  Msgaui il 1. Valrnitnr %  M KM IHiioi MI •. iiir .1 gala Ifl AUHA I'll 1.Ill' VENN AM K ALCOA POINTEH ilXOA IIHAIII' %  -. % % %  M i t B >\ BOI aJUi Ji ihr | i—i. baie BSNamlasaMBai PASSAGES TO IRELAND AntilleProduct! Ltd EtO %  Ir.l a, DT passages to .1 ', S'oseau about 20th June, nml th.i.-nit,i gb I 'l-y Stiiflg I.I i n lasual rat ictlona toi childnsn Apply I '.*e'e*. ////.'.V//#VV.V#V*Vr^/-VAV/////V/'V.Ve'////. Hooks on rHOTOOEAPIIV Von Should Have ; ;-mg Pbotog/aphic chemlX ; | i.'.... Hal iUva Pnnt, r,.rira.ta • Ul| liuing ll U %  '" I l""'l> .* ..ml iver.il oiliar BOOKS \ KOI1I.KTK V Ca — l>al UN %  i dlnmi! J wiih running Utchen EJi %  .l!ed In the vard t*are are eeiwaat. nam > raraga ale and me grQunda nan * %  • I,an and g.irdeii* by appointment wiU* ,] D L Johnaon Dial If in la %  lie by iblw .smpaUtlon .'.n.f tltaet, uridgatowi: r i luOa n.'t*"i al I pm. ^•EAIlWOOD A BOYCE. BBj iui: I i; %  % % %  %  i' BOUUon at my eAVr VieinrU Mraal on mm AY alh. al I P m the proper^ I \MELOT'.landln. on III" .,, CIIPI.SEA ROAD, houae —t ag U sni. drawing, dining. -1 bedraam. *llh rum.ma BSMI .i Varht eV Aquatic Club. V ll s: | lr.il hr Oo.-i"">eni MR i.*.!. to the Bay E.iata MM) lor building i.ngnk-w wiih . new road Pur In.pai' %  ;. m. T"r r-.ndilinn. lei I i 'I Kan*le : % %  MIVIIIMIIM \OIII:S DKPART.>H:NT Off I.II'(ATW.\ F.xhihition Pol H>s ;"'trU Applications for I'll '' "Grade Ixhibitii.ns for %  %  and <' %  and Renewal Of Second Grade Ehlbllions for lloy. .vr-i at the i to IM 19M 2. Form* of aj>pllcaUon ca L an the Departm.nt of -Mucatirm Wraffnl any hut' il ieo,uired will 3 No applidi i 00 p.m i June 1950 mil Jum i %  10 at the L NOilCtCiovernmenl I'IHIIHIK Oflice. St. \'\ VACANCY fOB HIMHK W Boat Ol B1MH OlH'. %  ailfc per annu ,\ of sia^'!.. -t %  • ."A to *it(. 40 paw annuri i i ... pt %  %  %  j Its better by far if it's "J A IK .'.'.-,-,•.-.'.'.'.*-'.'.',*.'.*.-.-,-, CBOWN A CKOWSIVf. ACHIEVEMENT BY •RINklSJf. THE NEW CK4t>YN C.ISC.EK ill JL



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Tbarad.y Jaae 2 1950 Barbaiwa Iduocate FIVE tli.\TS a (Mr L i SEOUL FALLS TO RED KOREANS "AMERICA'S FINEST HOUR 9 9 SAYS JOHNSON WASHINGTON, inn, 2* pRKSIDKNT TBLMAN said in a speech Co-day he hoped Ihal the I mini Slates' decision to challenge the onward march of Communism would mean "peace in the world." Mr. Louis Johnson. U.S. Defence Secretary, said thai President Truman's decision to send sea and an suppor' to Ihe South Korean forces was "the finest hour in Amei icon history to date." He added : "the failed Stale* Government a MM ned I. a**t a forceful pellcy la the Par Baas." •! The President *| addressing the Reserve Officers' Association. who stood and cheered whi Sugar Council Members Disagree MUTING DELAY£D 4 From Our Own Cnrr—pondml) LONDON. June 28. A special conunittetr of the Inu-rnatioruil Sugar Council which has been sitting for the last three oays is unlikely tu conclude its sessions till Friday, it was learnt 1.1 London today. The Committee is seeking to ll" has been missing on the Morawhanno Georgetown run since Friday The sloop left Morawhanno, a northwest frontier town, wit han cargo of lumber for Georgetown. The trip normally takes 18 to 20 hours, but the vessel has been un heard of since On board was Vernon Stoll. Master and n six man crew. TJio -Joan Patsy" another auxiliary vessel and a plane from the BG airways started a sea air search today. He contended that the lead i the Joint defence operation l. South Korea should have been taken by the United Nations and not the United States —Healer Moscow Taken IK Surprise Ml.VAIN M Wl.l.H LONDON .*.. %  Fu>t Soviet motion to Amen oa's decisn." lo iU Korea and neutiali*,Formosa *Ugg<^is ma: Udceu by surprise by th. and comprelit %  : Present Truman's ui.d Is still bus.) twn Course of action One of the most aignm.ant passage*. i.f to, .,. l-ra.d.. obaerveis herconaktstrtd, war 'hat which Truman declaration amounta to "in order for the MUMJ OCCUSO lion by American Armed forts i %  I part of the lei Russia, it ami pointed out hart, U bound by m tuch Iraati obi] .^ition^ u Hi rti R hv 1( b.-i T.t i i <*ent TruiiKin 'orm.*a and Ind tatcmeni of A urpnsed IfoacoA Pravda reaction repn R line while Hie > it? mind i; u i cables I tals today gave UV situation: HatlungUn hlost Baoah i, inh I lho> .*n through approval of Pn Truman's $1.222.,100.000 Arm* For AII : Bin •. Tniiit; ( E y defenei rat. Manila: Phlllppiru Presidi il BUpidh Qu rhe ,' i %  : the Ptultppiru East have been in< nee % %  %  I b) President piuinpi d, Talpeh • %  %  %  Nationally Pi ,, Cheng .II.I "out national posh > if iightint; Conun II iL.m asHmssuosi will bcarried to Ihe fullesl tealii Rio de Janriro: Pol' lent of the L'nitci Nation [J c n e r a 1 Assembly. Aranha. said he I Korean war would be the beginning of another world waj But. he added, if the M till in Indonesia waten. according to usually well inf "me tlclals and rcprescnUtn i army. navy, and %  IrfOfce '" f' 1 preparations underway Governor WUIUUni said h. would notify the mayors of 44 Michigan communities of morthan 10,000 population at once to appoint local directors —Heater. U.K. PUTS NAVY UNDER AMERICAN COMMAND Action Minhi Lead To A Shooting \\ ar ull turth* i I travi H along roe % %  ki i wiln %  %  The new of an American transport plant*, which returned to Japan todaj froaa lumei an• nl'i move %  the South %  iwai •urn.'. N % %  K JOHN WON HI ft England Fightin Grimly In Test H ash brook Scores Fine 100 As Homesters Raise 218-4 (By E. L. (U/IIK) a eWw il LssnTa to-day, i i bul i icnjtpl r Wi ihbfook, Bttempoid ni In fact, tho only i me from i Indians in the open Ai %  they ad ni throughout the ctai .i %  naUj i i SPORTS WINDOW %  %  I > lakn 1 %  Sl-*fi it %  two bat nlurea In the first Innli ir.-nt hit 25 to-day, and Prl %  1 %  in fact e him ii H all. i.l-i fou b.i'smun has to be slilelded from %  pan I'arkiiou-j. madk 11 *fnaat hirlnsj hli •mi oren bu on %  he got * h in' 'ni shoulders tfl "ii treatment. Of his hooking (i B RPBH worth watching. I shall say. nothing about th %  m r, lie I nor tu I. nil niti In num. The bowlmg did not reach Monday's high pinnacle, bul then i jswnably i k e aatpei ted then to repeat tl plu-nomenal. Suflicifnl to say %  %  mil lUiiiiidhin worked %  t MI.I1 rOOi I.IIIII AtttsMBlwre TJio haste wilh whlcl Waita Souaa lasued the la n en pea i dellboi U tmii-l t mi bat s,i out. Council Britain and oUa i he United Mat! I.I %  dnrano and 11 %  .. i .iiinmaii. thoughl thai tii lalcnwnti b] the Pre I keanofii Attlae, should >* • • leased s p.m i %  i l-i ad m WASHINGTON June 28 Konon <>, The United Btatti i %  Union la furtnai the ertt i dniwal of northern forces from SoUttl K.:, %  %  world iUlghl fron Washington %  siilered that the Pl %  01 Hie Aimed PvrCM tO i fell.l S..11U1 Korea ami placing I-'ormos.i under American Navnl lift, il tO 'In SOViel le-eielt" dssMt %  I at) m to preclpltat i %  cssrtaln dadWi ol Ihe Cocnnunut North Korshin InvaahM This iMiiit and conp) declaration %  -: tha ravtai I K.tsli 111 Milil;n> P0UC3 I 1 hailed by both parties In 1 and bv the Ambussadoi ol the %  i.ii-i'oiimn..:!-' eountrfa I asflaid. n> "tuiK swiftly .mil decurively the Praaldani [DNtUUad n> effort by the Bo*i .!,, I %  %  . %  %  1 up iba 1 ,,ii..1 st u ana '* %  y -' Ui on an lion or action by tha Becutit) Council to-day President Tin man based bu action very general resolution | %  I,.lot i.nt> Oouneil on 3unda %  ling upon all meml< I United Nations A broadcast from North I'yongyung radio, h that the North Korean which crossed the MUi TOKYO, June ?.& J-OW ...... :,i K.'i ..: 1 ..-. sv* u t.n u o the southern capital of oeoul today alter smashing its desperately heid main defence KM cutting oil' 01 decimating four southern divisions, ,y BOu^TCM reported here. American marauder medium bombara and rocketAriiuj thrown into 1 MacArthiu coul b\i* ...vsaes ... unsl Kuaatan bull) uuks. POinU in the three day battle f'i the •Mtharn capital 1 %  Ihrough* %  The South Koreara rtem tha dde of the advance %  % %  at loan eorreii Bout Kon %¡ • landed early thi•^ Inabout It* mile* South Of B It n .11,1 were thoughi to be % %  > m u. Its miles reported on th** %  ihiun s.ien PlaoMa .co shot %  n 11 Vortn Korean ITghten up to Wednesday nl|h1 the United Blab Poroi anhth K.' ad u war the river which mi from Seoul an north Korean planeought 1 Amei Ince th. lagtllltles In Korea Aid I loin Batata hi placed hei naval fou as in Japai 1 watari al UM in %  uths-afhyga % % % %  II. II., Korean war. Prune lawiatar Clamant Aitiew In the House of Comtoiiiatat Amid .hcers he told Coivserva IIVO l.-M.le, Wl. || I .-10111*1111 dial Brltlal Naval Forces there 1 e %  11. .' II. %  % %  111 1 11.-.1 1 Ihnae at tl*"' American Co. Illlllllllli|l|. lOKVO. Jan ""ii" tioni lii-uanl Mac.Vrlhurg l.< ol .moi. is staled lo-day that Ihe V.H. Far bul Alrlorce had H aaasfssBafaa*br n h>imi>r.i tfuup iii'niv lorft eoBvoya and rallwaya In the vicinity of Munaaii. tZ mileiiorlhue^l of BeOfjl Our lit,liter bomhrr anil one imiloin, I id, 1 wrrr mi—01. one BgPlM and one imitiTiiii homltrr lor 11 war-Uireal." Dip] imaUi %  %  tiuni.ni "lie pa ar ad to ha Ihal a chain tartod ba ....,1 to %  r I %  I KI un aUno Th. ton w/erc with I ,ve .1 hill I Korean rjor collision with U> Londoneni Ma\ Gel Week-End Join! LONDON, Jnm 'JH Pi*o|ieets ol .. week %  1 f-'i H. '"in Lon %  Ihe city's •' 1 .1 1 Londa Ichei iftlcially this mornliiK Ul I rould st;>i 1 dallvarlni maai to the lan to-daj i ul II , inUkals lhat they would reed in eaAting out the full rain.'. %  %  1,.en mi Usfcan when 1,400 last nighT reJcctU tha ir Union la i %  ; ... i'.l.el Ol . en* Union, stopi" day night daotBI 'i .1 i i. %  The unofficial Port rkm Coniinitti. months had lad pulkt thai u< a Ind" stated deefcan iii not o itti troops In any wiv. '! i three days ago, entered and '"completely occupied" Seoul at 3 aju. t."lay. ^ "Triuinpli" — "Jamaica" Stand By CH-arassBd rw nf the American tilhters thrown into the hatlle at I. Supreme Allied Common%  %  in n with uv'.reoching I. ii hip %  i carrier i rluinnh" ami the i i ulaet 'I Oil... ... || da) tor DC British Bouttt Kon %  oort j %  i, opari II i Nth %  %  .fight ir, the outhern %  %  ,.f S. I ".^ai as v; Queuille Will Try Again PARIS. June 28 Queuille. 66-year-old al Leader will present hlmaelf to the Assembly on Friday and ask for their vote of confidence M Queuille tonight officially accepted the President'), offer to ft>rm a Ooveruocnt ter M. Radic Explosion Kills 230 In Syria DAMASCUS. June 28 Two hundred and thirty people wan killed and about 1,000 injured when a depot containing inflammable and explosive materials caught ore last night at an Iraq Petroleum Company establishment at Horns Damage was estimated at £3.600,000. Most of the inhabitants were Mid to be seriously ill The explosion occurred when firemen were struggling to quell the fire. Nineteen firemen and six policemen were among the dead. Horns is 75 miles north of Damascus. Britain Wants To Send Dispute To Hague Court LONDON. June 28. Than The BriUsh Government to-day gentinc reiterated In Parliament its wilIsland lingness to send it* dispute with The Brit Sr /!T2?. - VCr i '^r^ 1 '" %  Island 10 the International Cou • of Justice. For Ihe second Ume in sin a week, the Government wi questioned In the House of Con mons about the Argentic I %  Deception Inland, a Falkland Island dependency In the Antarctic Brigadier laoelaan I live, asked Hi I I Island was at presen* BriUsh or Argentine occupation. Mr John Dugdale, V SUte for tha Colonies, replied: Conservative, to ask If that i Arid. ie waa any doulit In the mind parties itton Inland ,:; | BriUsh deor not? %  . ii %  %  amnany with i tlona, aki'" to inada b) || % %  ...! CO i e*a .He 'villing to have thi" n tter submltf! "Urt." %  ed tarhath' %  %  %  | %  al Court • fall t sand .Ir Dugdale did not reply. —Beater l>i'ii.\ ill Join BOMH %  '>" %  2H lodaj ... lake i ii In Weal lo th rope i report %  .-lay Il wi ly opposed to Wort Gcrnw %  al, w car'I of Bui ortnigi' %  %  Reprisal Action toflay darnai U Alu H the %  London %  %  % %  Mr Ailrlai %  '.ii %  < ii. %  — K niter sras willing to %  Island to the Inti of Justice. This prornple.; CARDINAL VISITS DON JUAN LISBON, Juno 28 %  nal Primate "( %  %  %  %  %  I — %  enter irhdl. tiauniente.1 "I G %  !• >,iv ih.it the Prim* paaa na at yartien Wa MI II best I-, give him any support he ue*d< in what eoma to m d lo duty Mr AUIaa Hid tie Govern ment had i i W inm beI .... United Nunus The Prime Minister iniide his irmOUl ment after a meeting of ttn* Cabineti which u attended ii" BV rvii, Mlnurtan ami Btafl .f Baa, Air and I thi affaot have II I tn Ihe Naval %  i iintilli'.iUon 'if thi % %  I n I i i" ii in.i.i" irtty Council, U %  Itt, tha 'loveininents ot ..II ciiuntl in erned Navy ha>. a strong lleet in Ihe rai bat it congfena of ihree cnihwrs, .i light alrcratt carvein ,.nd eight Tl i %  %  in avifaai. • On saer r, Aiiiioiimtiiiriil uie iflutt In %  K'li'i '" %  %  H able tu We hove quulily ul Flour pre-war. announi e thai wc get ihe -nine hat we purchnsed As a result of this the ojuaJtQ i I our Biscuits is now up tu pie tva daiidarij %  Send t Baa mil <^uulny your Grocer today loi and you will x' 1 Biscuits. %  h'pt I he West Indian Biscuit Co.. Lid. Spry Street — Bridgetown



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PAGE TWO nVKIIADOS ADVOCATE Cwub Calling FLAT IN PARK LANE FOR MISS CHRISTIAN H IS Exivl.ei> ihe Governor •nil Mrs Savage entertained Miu Craclta Faulkner and her accompani": Mi W Oiagfjfeari ;o lunaj) yo-ier I.IBQ ,-\ GOMVUMM HIMIM tlOOi win ;i number ol d guests Will Attend Fin*. Mfttch H is fttnUancy :ho Oowmo iMMi accoir panied by Cat*. W. Lambe. will atn-nd the third and nn Test Match between the Malv.F.x-.baM Club of Trinidad and local team which taks tln> afternoon at Kenalnei On] Re nit-. At Wimbledon W IMULEDON mis year na bMH beautitied by Htf beat looaing girl* lor many a year. But tha bva.um.-s art the I ot the players, Uat (.layers ihemaelvea — RM uaain the Anuricins v. with thr lop | So writes one 01 I I r iends of them he aaya are on a prolonged honeymoon, a> %  J to go on the lust-eompattod Soutn African tour unless his brio* went With* him. Two other hoiiuymooners — Australians, are the Geoffrey Browns, and it s nard i" MJ which i the lovtlu lirown or the wifiof then cr league Billy Talberl, who. in l .ibscncr thin nap of T Sehroeder, is top ii.\ the men's singles. Don't be Mirprised .( you he a rumour that Ingrid ..ergm Man •fan near the centre OOUrt! It will be Miaa P HerMBS TYRCNf. POWCR mason, thiDutch player who fAaAia^l*^*'* *• • % %  c abnoat double for Mn. Till, blue-eyed Mis* Blaei A Thomit-, of Munwrli Hill, hoa "Plum'a Portrait" found a six-roomed flat in park •IK Pajham Warner, the ft*. Una. facing, the park, tor illm "5 .idem of the M.C.C., who fZj**Z!l &*•< **" '* h was born in Trinidad and ,du"^ndon 9*3*%* J . caied at Harrison College, Bar„ **" ^ h ", hl d J or h "" baidos, and then at Rugby, waa R Us -K 0 )""* "** vhaunmir. Q< ^^ HAM I'IHII lu In iWl.i To Join Husband M OBBUa Elliott left yesterda> afternoon by B W I A to join ntl 'tusband. Mr Keggu Elliott in St. Kltts. Mr Elliot t, who is an Etminer. with Cable and Wir.'leea has baer •n St. Knts tad exports to b. Ih-ra for another couple ol months. LltUe Mias Ruth Elliott, acnpem hit U mat when his mure tj;-k honoured wwtt portrait waa presented to Rugby housekeeper who by the old Rugbataai Society u "-^ Sir IVIham is, I understand, th( first Old Rugbeian to becon.i President of the M.C.C Tht portrait, which waa painted bj wl '"*** nl Mis* Katharine Uoyd, will U '" hung In the Dr. -ami". cruk never seen Tyrone on the screen. —1..E.S. re For Three Weeks VJ" and Mrs. Ha: and M and the llil h ild i en Indefinite Stay M R. Paul Martyr, formerly Frlrrtalnmenl Manager al QM Santu Maria Hotel In Grenadt: arrived yesterday by BWIA (i oiu Oranuda for an indefinite •: %  • %  M will be staying for the tlm< iH-ing at Stafford House i_rl*irHI1if MaW leM ^c nu ..i not ftiow p| .ii* a mat is un MH.J*. ittUj.i garueiung atBpsjsM "no uuier uti innumeiabia UfJHti iiiree upon, i.... it. w, .airj, of Goodeu Buxaiii, ^ o,.,. ausaex. 1M* piov %  o UM axptra wiung In his gWanhOUW Of i the tvit Tuit) nas a collection 01 adRM oo t. fti apecira of orchius. : Hi) raagg 11 on. punu aagbiii .i low nn... >o,uc loi Whlili IH iiuiil pkon tliuu $28. They OOOM ;ii America, Australia. India and Africa. • "I have no sacret," aay* Tarry, "I try to prouuee, u> ncr us posiblc, the climate of the countries from which the orchids come, that la all." Well Known in W.I. S PENDING about six weeks • I Barbatio, bi Mi Hani llalaall Well known in Usf ho ha* been travelling amun" these lalunds lor muny years. M-arrived on Tuaaday by iha Lad Nolaon and is staying at tlraen. 11.11 until he Ictves lor Beimuil %  En RouU To Jamplca L EAVING <>n Tuesday afteruoo., I.y It W I A for Trmldao en route to Jamaica was Mr Geoffrey (toad. Recently re turned from British Uumna lor a short holiday with his parents. tie will be in Trinidad for a few day* before he goes on to Jamaica where he has been transferred to the Royal Bank of Canada, Kingston Branch. Since i913 M RS. MABEI. HENDER&EN. lli.rbudlan. has been livli In the U.S. since 1913 and on Torsday morning she arrived from Nev York by UM "Port Amharsf "I've waited a long time for UtU holiday." she told Carlb. She I* staying with frtentls Spoouers Hill. To Study Electrical Engineering MM ek'fe huhlUllllllg rpend about th day with Mr renU, Mr and Mi II J" !" Hill of "Yprcs." 1st Av vithMi SI. Hill, a Bdrbadlai 10 used to be with Cable and WireSugar Plantar ot SI Uiclo SL£ •&!? %  "^-" innlitad ,•„„ „ y*. ta AScuMwt. H, S, iLtuiUy rami out to the r K i M First Vi.it .,, Eric Croml*. aludtnt unr of Pupula Codnngton College, IrnLsi Vincenl yenerday uftarnoon by B W I A i o .oend in. ii,„ p, r o( hl ;| ong IMVIIn Anligua. ThL li nrsl vull mere. Wag On Long Leave O n-URNINC, Iron. Gren., w -lenim afternoon wot Mr Utlb Parns. alter ,,„dlnB moi' %  f nw live month.' long leave I liuildad and Grenada. Kte and' rlXrived on SSSSS *" TiTH.tmanual b, ih. • ud, N.iaon" to ,..,..'" % %  ' h h " .• %  < '" ""; bados for about two months Hill's palearning English left on Tuesday for Trinldn was hon the plonk of aeesaw. So why tmt hus with vompyers at hall? \s for rithum. we once hall lost hour bilance joost bekors a ga.w|OOJ "idder smoled hat u* from a dorway Hour niotter ia butles in life, bul not In hart Thus on the s eesaw we arc of ihutting hour eye* to voiions of dellu, bo yea, hand we hare rosplctobul osbans of hevvlngly wifes with phares mor* better than or! yore folm-stars. P. Ess. That kissing wo gave a vamriver jus iin frag hartistric hoppnisiasheon. ho yes." Dr.Khtibarb op*nt Dhcusaion W E have progressed a long way from the Kegelian Anscliaauuo and I'orsti-Wung. MumtMijumUi contends that the emIXKliment o/ the Absolute in any Idea is no vvldanee of Reality. Thl* proves lhat the metaphysical concept of subjective, logic Is only objective reason under another name. From essenoe to notion is but a step, positive thought-motives being tlradic and therefore multiple in their content, in so far as the universe Is external Abracadabra, by its insistence on thu Plchtcan formula for methodic conscious n e s s (unffiucfcli*cl..-i uernunsr). equates the Kantin:i theory of clhical harmony with Jacobis nigni of Being. This Is mcreh a repetition of Mumbier's organicdellnitlsm, whkl was disproved by Calomel and Harnstrnl, and led to the theory of the ono-nes* of the All. Simplifying Mmllmn C HARLIE SUET has suggested that by abolishing the Central Committee and subatituti^i for it a Central Council, It would be possible to transfer the duties of the Intermediary Boards to s Central Intermediary Board, working in close touch with the Intermediary Committees and the !*ermanent Intermediary Council None of these would have powers to refer decisions In the Regional Boards without first obtaining the permission of one or other nf the Departmental Centres to appeal to the Central Departmental Sub-Commit tee. which has a close liaison with the Central Departmental Council and the Central Departmental Board. 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Tbarad.y
Jaae 2
1950
Barbaiwa
Iduocate
FIVE tli.\TS
a (Mr L i
SEOUL FALLS TO RED KOREANS
"AMERICA'S FINEST
HOUR99 SAYS JOHNSON
WASHINGTON, inn, 2*
pRKSIDKNT TBLMAN said in a speech Co-day he hoped
Ihal the I mini Slates' decision to challenge the onward
march of Communism would mean "peace in the world."
Mr. Louis Johnson. U.S. Defence Secretary, said thai
President Truman's decision to send sea and an suppor'
to Ihe South Korean forces was "the finest hour in Amei
icon history to date."
He added : "the failed Stale* Government a MM ned I.
a**t a forceful pellcy la the Par Baas."
-------! The President *| addressing
the Reserve Officers' Association.
who stood and cheered whi
Sugar Council
Members
Disagree
MUTING DELAYD
4 From Our Own Cnrrpondml)
LONDON. June 28.
A special conunittetr of the
Inu-rnatioruil Sugar Council which
has been sitting for the last three
oays is unlikely tu conclude its
sessions till Friday, it was learnt
1.1 London today.
The Committee is seeking to
basis of agreement among dele-
gate* to hold a full Council meet-
ing in order to discuss the recent
Cuban proposal for fixing the
world sugar price at agreed level*.
(Cuba propose* the world price
fhould be not leas than three and
i half American cents f.o.b. and
not more than four and a half
rents.
As It was originally understood
the full meeting of the Council
would take place today Wednes-
day. It can be presumed there Is
less unanimity among the dele-
gates concerning an international
agreement on fixed sugar prices
than was at first expected
India Coming To
W.I. In 1952-53
LONDON. June 28.
fp Indian Cricket team will
the West Indies in 1952-63.
was disclosed when arranae-
-nants fw touts up U, 1057 were
announced at Lords to-day by the
Imperial Cricket Conference. It
was also announced that the
M.C.C. will visit the Went Indies
in 1953-M.
The West Indie* raised no pro-
test about the Old Trafford pitch
during the First Test but queried
whether under Rule 7, that "the
Executive of the ground should be
responsible for the selection and
preparation of the pitch" was sat-
isfactory for all grades of cricket
The Conference discussed this sub-
ject and agreed to obtain the view*
of the Commonwealth Governing
Bodies on whether the law should
be modified in any way.
fteutrr
U.S. Coal Miners Idle
CHICAGO. June 28.
Thousands of coal miners an t
Industrial workers were Idle toda
as a result of the American Rail
Strike which continued without
sign of a break.
John D. Farrington of Chicago.
President of the strike-bound
7.500 mile Rock Island railway sy-
inu. urged that President Tru-
man intervene to end lite BtrUu
of 4.000 shunter* on five Mid-
Western and Western railways.
Keuter
111." M -v
wledging thi
Truman
we face
ante before therr
Dower Hotel
Smilingly ackno'
demonstration. Mr
emnly told lliem
serious situation."
He snid that he hat-d bis do
cislon would be for the cause ol
America and a peaceful world
Right of the Individual
The President rsyadc a brief
speech to the Reserve Officers in
which he sald.'The most import an*
Dung in the constitution of the
United States is that the righ' of
the Individual comes llrsi,
I am imbued with that Ideal
I believe that Ihls I* A Oovern
ment of by. and for '. peapd-
A* far aa that la concerned, ..-
President of the United Slate*.
I am trying to Implrmrnl tha'
Ideal not oaly In the United
States hut throughout Ihi- world
Before Mr. Truman spoke.
Secretary of Defence loui* Joty
on described the $umla\ MV
White House decision t land
planes and warships lo the aid of
mth Korea as "the fine*] hour
American History". Carrying
t Mr Truman's moment mr Hi'
cisioa. American plant-
already in action in Korea. Mi
Johnson said.
From this country, an m. Ml
volume of war materials vi*J
pouring into Pacific pipe lines. I"
strengthen the front against
Ommunism all along lb i l
drawn hv the President against
LY.mmiimst aggresion.
New Hope
President Truman warned that
If a vigorous Point Four Pro
gramme were not carried rftt "we
run the risk of losing to Commun-
ism, by default, hundreds of
millions of people who now look
to us for help in their struggle
og.iinst hunger and despair."
Urging support for the pro-
gramme, which Is awaiting Con-
gressional approval, he described
It as an investment in peaceful
and prosperous world "In a
world dark with apprehension, tho
Point Four Idea offers now hope"
The President said the Ffee
Trade Unions of America
counter the intensive propagan-
da and Infiltration by the Com-
munist movement in many
countries. They could do this by
effectively demonstrating that
the Communists were not inter-
ested in their welfare but only
in using them to further the im-
porlallstle reins of an aggressive
foreign pow
"Our unions can best show the
workers of other land* that the
democratic way. not Ihe Com-
munist way. la the road to ml
economic advance.
The President said the Point
Four Programme offered tre-
mendous opportunities to im-
prove living standards for
areas of the globe For example
the development of rice seed
which Ihe Food and Agriculture
Organisation was working could
conceivably increase rice produc-
tion by len per cent and Im-
measurably improve health and
living conditions In the Orient
Heater
Drop
An H-Bomb And Be
Assured Of World Peace
Says Lord Merihyr
LONDON, June 28.
LORD MERTHYR, a non-party Peer, asserted in the
House of Lords tonight that world peace would not be
assured until the United Nations were prepared to step in
and drop a hydrogen bomb at the first act of at^rcssion.
- "When a country in the position
of South Korea is attacked by an
aggressor, no matter who, if the
United Nations will step in on the
vine day and If necessary drop
hydrogen bomb on the aggressc
we shall have peace in the worl
and not until then," he said.
Lord Merthyr was speaking dur-
ing a debate on the Schuman Plan
to integrate Eu
steel industries
Sloop Missing
Since Friday
iProra Out awn i'oi..h.j-
GEORGETOWN. June 23
The auxiliary sloop "Lurlejne
hi>ll" has been missing on the
Morawhanno Georgetown run
since Friday
The sloop left Morawhanno, a
northwest frontier town, wit ha- n
cargo of lumber for Georgetown.
The trip normally takes 18 to 20
hours, but the vessel has been un
heard of since
On board was Vernon Stoll.
Master and n six man crew. TJio
-Joan Patsy" another auxiliary
vessel and a plane from the BG
airways started a sea air search
today.
He contended that the lead i
the Joint defence operation l.
South Korea should have been
taken by the United Nations and
not the United States
Healer
Moscow
Taken IK
Surprise
Ml.VAIN M Wl.l.H
LONDON .*..
Fu>t Soviet motion to Amen
oa's decisn." lo iU
Korea and neutiali*,- Formosa
*Ugg<^is ma:
Udceu by surprise by th.
and comprelit :
Present Truman's
ui.d Is still bus.)
twn Course of action
One of the most aignm.ant
passage*. i.f to, .,. l-ra.d..
obaerveis her- conaktstrtd, war
'hat which
Truman declaration amounta to
"in order for the mUmJ OCCUSO
lion by American Armed forts i
I part of the lei
Russia, it ami pointed out hart,
U bound by m tuch Iraati obi]
.^ition^ u Hi rti R
hv 1(b.-i T.t i i
<*ent TruiiKin
'orm.*a and Ind
tatcmeni of A
urpnsed IfoacoA
Pravda reaction repn
R line while Hie
> it? mind
i; u i cables I
tals today gave
UV situation:
HatlungUn hlost
Baoah i, inh
I lho> .*n
through approval of Pn
Truman's $1.222.,100.000 Arm*
For AII:. Bin .
Tniiit;(E y defenei
rat.
Manila: Phlllppiru Presidi il
BUpidh Qu rhe
,' i : the Ptultppiru
East have been in<
nee ' I b) President
piuinpi d,
Talpeh
Nationally Pi ,, ,
Cheng .ii.i "out national posh >
if iightint; Conun II !
iL.m asHmssuosi will b- carried to
Ihe fullesl tealii
Rio de Janriro: Pol'
lent of the L'nitci Nation
[J c n e r a 1 Assembly.
Aranha. said he I
Korean war would be the be-
ginning of another world waj
But. he added, if the ions did not back up the United
ions" "Peace will not last for
long.'
Copenhagen: The Dan
net met lo discuss the
\ Foreign Office official said:
TIicm i* no e v t d B < .
if any nervousness. On
Irary. there is evident aaUsfaCtion
w.Ji the AmcrieMi icfloD
Paris: The American decision
had a heaitening effect on French
public opinion. Aflat the Irst
shock a wave .if hope \ \
the counlrv I'ul
ihe ordinary citi/< i
lo ee the practical possibility ol
standing up lo Ru i i
Vallcan gaged in a mortal strui .
Communism throughou:
Europe and. by means of ii- mb-
slonaries, in China ami
Korea was still refusing today any
official comment on the Konan
lighting But one authoritative
source indicated that the outbreak
had not come lo the Vatican as "a
bolt from the blue." The source
added thai the Communist attai k
might be considered lo be ;l test-
ing out of American teai t
must hope thai thi*. perUoui Bame
be extinguished before II
i n pnd eontrol'"
The Hague: The Dutch contri-
bution to United Nations aid in tin
Korean war would pn I
one or more units n* the Dutch
Fle>M till in Indonesia waten.
according to usually well inf "me circles here today.
Michigan Prepares
LANSING, Michigan June -!B
The heavily iiiHunU;.-!
Michigan set up .in emergency
air raid alarm system Ii
and began civilian dfe
ganisatlon Governor Williams
met with member* of Ii
Defence Council, k. >
tlclals and rcprescnUtn i
army. navy, and IrfOfce '" f'1
preparations underway
Governor WUIUUni said h.
would notify the mayors of 44
Michigan communities of mor-
than 10,000 population at once
to appoint local
directors
Heater.
U.K. PUTS NAVY UNDER
AMERICAN COMMAND
Action Minhi
Lead To A
Shooting \\ ar
PAUL 8COTT
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I travi
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along roe ki i wiln

The new of an American trans-
port plant*, which returned to
Japan todaj froaa lumei an-
nl'i move
the South
, iwai urn.'.
N K ,
JOHN WON HI
ft
England Fightin
Grimly In Test
H ash brook Scores Fine 100
As Homesters Raise 218-4
(By E. L. (U/IIK)
a eWw il LssnTa to-day,
i i
bul i icnjtpl r Wi ihbfook, Bttempoid ni
In fact, tho only i
me from i Indians in the open -
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they ad
ni throughout the ctai
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masters recommended, drl
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H all.
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b.i'smun has to be slilelded from

pan I'arkiiou-j. madk
11 *fnaat hirlnsj hli
mi oren bu on he got *
h in'
'ni shoulders tfl
"ii treat-
ment.
Of his hooking (i B
. RPbH worth watching.
I shall say. nothing about th
m r, lie I nor tu I. nil niti
In num.
The bowlmg did not reach
Monday's high pinnacle, bul then
i jswnably
i k e aatpei ted then to repeat tl
plu-nomenal. Suflicifnl to say
'
mil lUiiiiidhin worked

t Mi.i1 rOOi
i.iiiii AtttsMBlwre
TJio haste wilh whlcl
Waita Souaa lasued the
la n en pea i dellboi U
- tmii-l t.....mi bat
s,i out. Council
Britain and oUa i
he United Mat!
i.i dnrano and 11 .. i
.iiinmaii. thoughl thai tii
lalcnwnti b] the Pre I
keanofii Attlae, should >*
leased s
p.m
i i l-i
ad m
WASHINGTON June 28 Konon <>,
The United Btatti i
Union la furtnai the ertt i
dniwal of northern forces from
SoUttl K.:, world
iUlghl fron Washington

siilered that the Pl

01 Hie Aimed PvrCM tO i fell.l
S..11U1 Korea ami placing I-'ormos.i
under American Navnl ,
lift, il tO 'In SOViel le-eiel- t"
dssMt I at) m to preclpltat i

cssrtaln dadWi ol Ihe Cocnnunut
North Korshin InvaahM
This iMiiit and conp)
declaration -: tha ravtai I
K.tsli 111 Milil;n> P0UC3 I 1
hailed by both parties In 1
and bv the Ambussadoi ol the
'i.ii-i'oiimn..:!-' eountrfa I
asflaid.
n> "tuiK swiftly .mil decurive-
ly the Praaldani [DNtUUad n>
effort by the Bo*i
.!,, I . 1
up iba 1 ,,ii..1 st u
ana '* y-'Ui on an
lion or action by tha Becutit)
Council to-day President Tin
man based bu action
very general resolution |
I,.- lot i.nt> Oouneil on 3unda
ling upon all meml< I
United Nations
A broadcast from North
I'yongyung radio, h
that the North Korean
' which crossed the MUi
TOKYO, June ?.&
J-OW ...... :,i K.'i ..: 1 ..-. sv* u t.n u o
the southern capital of oeoul today alter
smashing its desperately heid main defence Km
cutting oil' 01 decimating four southern divisions,
,y BOu^TCM reported here.
American marauder medium bombara and rocketAriiuj
thrown into 1
MacArthiu coul b\i*
...vsaes ... unsl Kuaatan bull) uuks.
POinU in the three day battle f'i
the Mtharn capital
1

Ihrough*

The South Koreara rtem tha dde
of the advance

at loan eorreii
Bout Kon
?
landed
early thi-
^ In- about It* mile*
South Of B It n .11,1 were
thoughi to be > m u.
.
Its miles
reported on th**

ihiun s.ien PlaoMa
.co shot
n 11 Vortn Korean
ITghten up to Wednesday nl|h1
the United Blab Poroi an-
hth k.'
ad u
war the
river which mi
from Seoul
an north Korean plane-
ought
1
Amei
Ince th. lagtllltles
In Korea
Aid I loin Batata
hi placed hei naval
fou as in Japai 1 watari al Um
in uths-afhyga
ii. ii., Korean war.
Prune lawiatar Clamant Aitiew
In the House of Com-
toiiiatat
' Amid .hcers he told Coivserva
IIVO l.-M.le, Wl. || I .-10111*1111
dial Brltlal Naval Forces there
1 e 11. .' II. 111 1 11.-.1 1 .
Ihnae at tl*"' American
Co.
Illlllllllli|l|.
lOKVO. Jan
""ii" tioni lii-u-
anl Mac.Vrlhurg l.< ol
.moi. is staled lo-day that
Ihe V.H. Far bul Alrlorce
had HaaasfssBafaa*brn h>imi>r.i
tfuup ......... iii'niv lorft
eoBvoya and rallwaya In the
vicinity of Munaaii. tZ mile-
iiorlhue^l of BeOfjl
Our lit,liter bomhrr anil
one imiloin, I.....id, 1 wrrr
mi01. one BgPlM and one
imitiTiiii homltrr lor ed on Sum on airolrlu. Ihe
.muiiinlciue added
--ii"..... (iem-ial Mi- \i
thin headquarter* In South
Korea.
I lie < ihal North Korean -Iralnu
|il tins li.oi il.Mi,,v lishlrr 4.ul aae M.i.iiiIi-i
"iiiIhi ....... ih.ii |<[......
ulil.h had earlier laml..l ,01
tareO alrllrld It. no.
.-> 11
war-Uireal."
Dip] imaUi

tiuni.ni "lie
paarad to ha
Ihal a chain
tartod ba
....,1 to r
I
I
ki un aUno
Th. ton
w/erc with I
,ve .1 hill I
Korean
rjor collision with U>
Londoneni Ma\ Gel
Week-End Join!
LONDON, Jnm 'JH
Pi*o|ieets ol .. week -
1 f-'i h.......'"in Lon

Ihe city's ' 1 .1 1
Londa Ichei
iftlcially this mornliiK Ul I
rould st;>i 1 dallvarlni maai to the
lan to-daj i ul II
, inUkals lhat they would
reed in eaAting out the full ra-
in.'.

1,.en mi Usfcan when 1,400
last nighT reJcctU
tha ir Union la i
; ... i'.l.el Ol
. .
en* Union, stopi"
day night daotBI
'i .1 i
i-
The unofficial Port rkm
Coniinitti.
months had lad pulkt thai u< a
Ind"
stated deefcan iii not o
itti troops In any wiv.
'!.....i
three days ago, entered and '"com-
pletely occupied" Seoul at 3 aju.
t."lay. ^
"Triuinpli" "Jamaica"
Stand By
CH-arassBd rw nf the American
tilhters thrown into the hatlle at
I. .
Supreme Allied Common-

in .
n with uv'.reoching I.
ii hip
i carrier
' i rluinnh" ami the i i ulaet
'I Oil... ... ||
da) tor
dC British
Bouttt Kon
oort j
i, opari
II i Nth
.- fight
ir, the outhern

' ,.f S. I
".^ai as v;
Queuille Will
Try Again
PARIS. June 28
Queuille. 66-year-old
al Leader will present hlm-
aelf to the Assembly on Friday
and ask for their vote of con-
fidence
M Queuille tonight officially
accepted the President'), offer to
ft>rm a Ooveruocnt
ter
M.
Radic
Explosion Kills
230 In Syria
DAMASCUS. June 28
Two hundred and thirty people
wan killed and about 1,000 in-
jured when a depot containing
inflammable and explosive ma-
terials caught ore last night at
an Iraq Petroleum Company es-
tablishment at Horns Damage
was estimated at 3.600,000.
Most of the inhabitants were
Mid to be seriously ill The ex-
plosion occurred when firemen
were struggling to quell the fire.
Nineteen firemen and six police-
men were among the dead. Horns
is 75 miles north of Damascus.
Britain Wants To Send
Dispute To Hague Court
LONDON. June 28. Than
The BriUsh Government to-day gentinc
reiterated In Parliament its wil- Island
lingness to send it* dispute with The Brit
Sr /!T2?. -VCri '^r^1'"
Island 10 the International Cou
of Justice. For Ihe second Ume in sin
a week, the Government wi
questioned In the House of Con
mons about the Argentic I
Deception Inland, a Falkland
Island dependency In the Antarc-
tic
Brigadier laoelaan I
live, asked Hi I I
Island was at presen*
BriUsh or Argentine occupation.
Mr John Dugdale, V
SUte for tha Colonies, replied: Conservative, to ask If that
. i Ar- id. ie waa any doulit In the mind
parties
itton Inland ,:; | BriUsh de-
or not?
. ii .
amnany with i
tlona, aki'" to inada b)
|| ...! CO '
i e*a .He 'villing to have thi"
n tter submltf!
"Urt."
ed tarhath'

|
al Court
fall t
sand
.Ir Dugdale did not reply.
Beater
l>i'ii.\ ill Join
BOMH '>" 2H
lodaj
...
lake i ii In Weal
lo th
rope i report
.-lay
Il wi
ly opposed to Wort Gcrnw
al, w
car'- I
of Bui
ortnigi' ' * '
Reprisal Action

toflay darnai
U Alu
H

the

London

-
Mr Ailrlai

'.ii .< ii.

K niter
sras willing to

Island to the Inti
of Justice.
This prornple.;
CARDINAL VISITS
DON JUAN
LISBON, Juno 28

nal Primate "(



.
I
enter
irhdl. tiauniente.1 "I
G.....! >,iv ih.it the Prim*
paaa na at yartien
Wa mi...........ii best I-, give him
any support he ue*d< in what
eoma to m d lo duty "
Mr AUIaa Hid tie Govern
ment had i i W inm be-
I ....
United Nunus The Prime
Minister iniide his irmOUl.....ment
after a meeting of ttn* Cabineti
which u
attended ii" BV rvii, Mlnurtan ami
- Btafl .f Baa, Air and
I
thi affaot have
ii I tn Ihe Naval
' i iintilli'.i-
Uon 'if thi I n I i i" ii in.i.i"
. irtty Council, U
- Itt, tha 'lovein-
inents ot ..II ciiuntl......in erned
Navy ha>. a strong lleet
in Ihe rai bat it congfena of
ihree cnihwrs, .i light alrcratt car-
.....vein ,.nd eight
Tl......i in avifaai.
On saer r,
Aiiiioiimtiiiriil
uie iflutt In
K'li'i '"'H able tu
We
hove
quulily ul Flour
pre-war.
announi e
thai wc
get ihe -nine
hat we purchnsed
As a result of this the ojuaJtQ i I
our Biscuits is now up tu pie tva
daiidarij
Send t
Baa mil
<^uulny
your Grocer today loi
and you will x'1'
Biscuits.
h'pt
I he West Indian Biscuit Co.. Lid.
Spry Street Bridgetown


PAGE TWO
nVKIIADOS ADVOCATE
Cwub Calling
FLAT IN PARK LANE
FOR MISS CHRISTIAN
HIS Exivl.ei> ihe Governor
nil Mrs Savage enter-
tained Miu Craclta Faulkner
and her accompani": Mi W
Oiagfjfeari ;o lunaj) yo-ier i.i-
BQ ,-\ GoMVUMM Himim
tlOOi win ;i number ol d
guests
Will Attend Fin*. Mfttch
His fttnUancy :ho Oowmo
iMMi accoir
panied by Cat*. W. Lambe.
will atn-nd the third and nn
Test Match between the Malv.-
F.x-.baM Club of Trinidad and
local team which taks
tln> afternoon at Kenalnei
On]
Re nit-. At Wimbledon
WIMULEDON mis year na
bMH beautitied by Htf
beat looaing girl* lor many a
year. But tha bva.um.-s art the
I ot the players, Uat
(.layers ihemaelvea RM
uaain the Anuricins v. "
with thr lop | hcint Mis Victor Sclxas
nounced Saythus) wife of
hanaaome I'huadeiphia ple>
So writes one 01 I
I r iends
of them he aaya are
on a prolonged honeymoon, a>
J to go on the
lust-eompattod Soutn African *
tour unless his brio* went With*
him.
Two other hoiiuymooners
Australians, are the Geoffrey
Browns, and it s nard i" mj
which i the lovtlu
lirown or the wifi- of then cr
league Billy Talberl, who. in l
.ibscncr thin nap of T
Sehroeder, is top ii.\
the men's singles.
Don't be Mirprised .( you he
a rumour that Ingrid ..ergm
Man fan near the centre
OOUrt! It will be Miaa P Her- MBS TYRCNf. POWCR
mason, thi- Dutch player who fAaAia^l*^*'* * c
abnoat double for Mn. Till, blue-eyed Mis* Blaei
A Thomit-, of Munwrli Hill, hoa
"Plum'a Portrait" found a six-roomed flat in park
IK Pajham Warner, the ft*. Una. facing, the park, tor illm
"5 .idem of the M.C.C., who fZj**Z!l &*< **" '* h"
was born in Trinidad and ,du- "^ndon 9*3*%* j .
caied at Harrison College, Bar- **" ^ h", hld Jor h"" "
baidos, and then at Rugby, waa R"Us-K0)""* "** vhaunmir. Q<
^^ HAM I'ihIi lu In iWl.i
To Join Husband
MOBBUa Elliott left yester-
da> afternoon by B W I A
to join ntl 'tusband. Mr Keggu
Elliott in St. Kltts.
Mr Elliot t, who is an Etminer.
with Cable and Wir.'leea has baer
n St. Knts tad exports to b.
Ih-ra for another couple ol
months.
LltUe Mias Ruth Elliott, ac-
npem
hit
U
mat
when his
mure tj;-k
honoured--------------- wwtt
portrait waa presented to Rugby housekeeper who
by the old Rugbataai Society u"-^
Sir IVIham is, I understand, th(
first Old Rugbeian to becon.i
President of the M.C.C Tht
portrait, which waa painted bj wl" '"*** nl
Mis* Katharine Uoyd, will U '"
hung In the Dr. -ami". cruk<-
pavilion in the
the New Big gchoo
unched Wi" -n n
VfH and Mn,
A* had lunch yosur,
noon at Sea well wiui .'
-9J*! Ml A"""r do Bou'n.v
dad *** "" from Tnni-
ir w?Aroa" ,w * F* 5
Arthur.
to llnd a took
an cook Con
nlal dishes.
Power arrives in a foitmitht to
fajhMiM in- (i-u in Um rtagi
show, Mister Roberts Hero lit
Linda Chris-
tian, who has been on a cruise
Mr and Mr*. Power call Mi**
aridTn Thoma* "Blundle" But she is
not a lllmKocr, ha> never seen
Tyrone on the screen.
1..E.S.
re For Three Weeks
VJ" and Mrs. Ha:
and M
and the
llil
h ild i en
Indefinite Stay
MR. Paul Martyr, formerly
Frlrrtalnmenl Manager al
Qm Santu Maria Hotel In Grenadt:
arrived yesterday by BWIA
(i oiu Oranuda for an indefinite :
M will be staying for the tlm<
iH-ing at Stafford House
i_rl*irHI1if MaW leM ^c
nu ..i not ftiow p| .ii*
a mat is un mh.j*.
ittUj.i garueiung atBpsjsM
"no uuier uti innumeiabia UfJHti
iiiree upon,
i.... it. w, .airj, of Goodeu
Buxaiii, ^ o,.,. ausaex. 1m* piov
o um axptra wiung
In his gWanhOUW Of i
the tvit Tuit) nas a collection 01
adRM oo t. fti apecira of orchius.
: Hi) raagg 11 on. punu aagbiii
.i low nn... >o,uc loi Whlili IH
iiuiil pkon tliuu $28. They OOOM
;ii America, Australia.
India and Africa.
"I have no sacret," aay* Tarry,
"I try to prouuee, u> ncr us po-
siblc, the climate of the countries
from which the orchids come,
that la all." ,
Well Known in W.I.
SPENDING about six weeks I
Barbatio, bi Mi Hani '
llalaall Well known in Usf '
ho ha* been travelling amun"
these lalunds lor muny years. M--
arrived on Tuaaday by iha Lad
Nolaon and is staying at tlraen.
11.11 until he Ictves lor Beimuil
En RouU To Jamplca
LEAVING <>n Tuesday afteruoo.,
I.y It W I A for Trmldao
en route to Jamaica was Mr
Geoffrey (toad. Recently re
turned from British Uumna lor
a short holiday with his parents.
tie will be in Trinidad for a few
day* before he goes on to Jamai-
ca where he has been trans-
ferred to the Royal Bank of
Canada, Kingston Branch.
Since i913
MRS. MABEI. HENDER&EN.
lli.rbudlan. has been livli
In the U.S. since 1913 and on Tors-
day morning she arrived from Nev
York by UM "Port Amharsf
"I've waited a long time for UtU
holiday." she told Carlb.
She I* staying with frtentls
Spoouers Hill.
To Study Electrical
Engineering
MM
ek'fe huh-
lUllllllg .
rpend about th
day with Mr
, renU, Mr and Mi II
J" Hill of "Yprcs." 1st Av
vith-
Mi SI. Hill, a Bdrbadlai
10 used to be with Cable and Wire-
Sugar Plantar ot SI Uiclo
SL &!? "- ^-"
innlitad ,
y*. ta AScuMwt. h, S,
iLtuiUy rami out to the rKi
M First Vi.it .,,
" Eric Croml*. aludtnt unr of Pupula
Codnngton College, IrnLsi Vincenl
yenerday uftarnoon by B W I A i
o .oend in. ii, p,r, o( hl;|
ong Imvi- In Anligua. ThL
li nrsl vull mere.
Wag On Long Leave
O n-URNINC, Iron. Gren.,
w -lenim afternoon wot Mr
Utlb Parns. alter ,,dlnB moi'
'f nw live month.' long leave I
liuildad and Grenada.
Kte and' rlXrived on SSSSS *" TiTH.t-
manual b, ih. ud, N.iaon" to ,..,..'"' h .h" .< '" "";
bados for about two months
Hill's pa- learning English left on Tuesday
for Trinldn G fit
ii.-i;.
bv B W I A
will also visit Atuba before he
returns to Caracas.
After a short stay there he
111 then be going to the United
General Mima- States lo study Electrical En-
Stare* IM ,
Turfites
Vf It- T. Noel Pelree Director of
;IT1 James A. Lynch & Co Ltd..
fc-ft on Tuesday afternoon fo.
Trinidad by B.W.I A. on a abort
|hn|lday. chiefly for the races.
Another turfite leavini; yester-
day afternoon was Mi VktM
"-hose.
gineering.
He hns been taylni with UM
Alban Johiuwiis at -nunkir-i".
Hutlngi
London Wedding
/-\N THE 17th of this month.
Marion Judith, eldest daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A Moody
Stuart of Antlma wan marrl"d 1"
tan Holmes, the son of Mr and
Mn. P. D. Colder of London The
redding took place ut St Savour s
Church in Tendon
BY THE WAY
l IgMCIKOMVaU
w
H1LK counell meeting In
town hall was In progreas
he audience for an all-in wrest-
ling match next door began to
pour in.
1 hope the kindly Chairman
lowered his head, dashed acrosa
the dais and butted one of the
councillor* |n the midriff. En-
couraged by applause and anxious
to please. I hope he then planted
Ms foot on the recumbent eoun-
u^r.1,...back,.ca,,ahl on* of w"
legs I me a levor, and slowlv
prewed it back, to prevent him
irom rising to i point of order.
Another Refusal
A COMMITTEE of restaurant
* and hotel proprietors yes-
terday asked whether. In view ot
their refusal to take part In a
fpectncular floor-show, the Fllthi-
stan Trio would consider allow-
ing girls to dance to the rhythm
or the seesaw at the back of the
stage, as far from the three per-
formers as possible
"Ho. Kintlefoke; replied the
Trio, "we hare but umsn beans,
so if we see butles too clooea to
hus, we hare trubbled and so**op-
tlbul with sooeh chami/. But If
we see these blon bunuhles further
hoil. we hare wurse, for us then
hour inaglmlnatlons start to WUflU
bag. and we long to himbrace them
hall evan moaie than if the> was
hon the plonk of aeesaw. So why
tmt hus with vompyers at hall?
\s for rithum. we once hall lost
hour bilance joost bekors a ga.w-
|OOJ "idder smoled hat u* from
a dorway Hour niotter ia butles
in life, bul not In hart Thus on
the seesaw we arc of ihutting
hour eye* to voiions of dellu, bo
yea, hand we hare rosplctobul
osbans of hevvlngly wifes with
phares mor* better than or! yore
folm-stars. P. Ess. That kissing
wo gave a vamriver jus iin frag
hartistric hoppnisiasheon. ho yes."
Dr.Khtibarb op*nt Dhcusaion
WE have progressed a long
way from the Kegelian An-
scliaauuo and I'orsti-Wung. Mum-
tMijumUi contends that the em-
IXKliment o/ the Absolute in any
Idea is no vvldanee of Reality.
Thl* proves lhat the metaphysical
concept of subjective, logic Is only
objective reason under another
name. From essenoe to notion is
but a step, positive thought-mo-
tives being tlradic and therefore
multiple in their content, in so far
as the universe Is external Abra-
cadabra, by its insistence on thu
Plchtcan formula for methodic
conscious n e s s (unffiucfcli*cl..-i
uernunsr). equates the Kantin:i
theory of clhical harmony with
Jacobis nigni of Being. This
Is mcreh a repetition of Mum-
bier's organic- dellnitlsm, whkl
was disproved by Calomel and
Harnstrnl, and led to the theory
of the ono-nes* of the All.
Simplifying Mmllmn
CHARLIE SUET has suggested
that by abolishing the Cen-
tral Committee and subatituti^i
for it a Central Council, It would
be possible to transfer the duties
of the Intermediary Boards to s
Central Intermediary Board,
working in close touch with the
Intermediary Committees and the
!*ermanent Intermediary Council
None of these would have powers
to refer decisions In the Regional
Boards without first obtaining
the permission of one or other nf
the Departmental Centres to
appeal to the Central Depart-
mental Sub-Commit tee. which has
a close liaison with the Central
Departmental Council and the
Central Departmental Board. Suet
calls this an attempt to strtam-
Ine tbi existing Governmental
machinorv
MEN'S
">4 BEIGE POPLIN
SUITING
68 YD
Exceptional
v'" Price

BUTTERICK
PATTERNS
Newly opanetl
range at
WHITFIELDS
YC iS' SHOES 3-M-4-0S
1 BLACK OXFORDS. TAN GIBSONS
1 III \l K TAX
SIZE I
.. II
Plentiful
To'day-but
dont delay
IITY xow from Your Shoe~Store~
EVANS and WHITFIELDS
Hou8'HiiV-
Guide
li" hi Oaf tree market
-ii.ns ttrjns assj i artti
. arhasi tie -Advo-
r1 checked yMlrrdJ*
follows:
Rupert and
91 .
TBVSSDAY, Jl'-NE 29. 1930
Miranda29
IMPORTANT Mill
Supply of Natural Oa*
Is being continued peod-
ing neiotlatloas
Kiirbailos Gu Co.,
ITD.
B. B. f. Radio Prajnf
ihi ov. ji >s St. IMa.
, i
is metie il > t "" Th mm*
'ii-ciud 1 30 i'i Thi- Catlhrdiaii W
i ... (.! i>Mialli ai*-*"t* -"
m, skin. ..-I. gisia > a*
I. a \ a i'i goal*!*11 ***' !"''
In.-
ssj
bro*n pipei on in, _
untold* ii to s)l lull .ire. Now
then. Mnndl, Iris IMS ->o asott
kkaa." ha *y. briskly. Votj'i*
going to be given ro t Pimceit snd
a' li m Dilsc* 0 m.rtd you
tuvr youTKtf." T>e litllf doll
ail man
pip*' Whilt iht
ihtfi wnp her up *curly. Th*
eiown producri rrmg and new
Utxl lr.Fii hi. pocket nd finally
gjp*n Ims d't up so ihii she be pui in iSe Pnncen'i phce on ih*
aggggrw
lar.ilMg f-i-l- IS
. ,( i u isuea 'ina * '
M..." I p " N-v.. 110 pm llo'
4 19 d in 1>* dsticins pgirtpur
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11 -mUrss noatben ol borne
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rapid rcdkil >run (hate toughiti* at
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II 0 H 7 N I N G
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, At ihe prti nigh: f Loafoa'i
' actc mujical Thr Golden Clip
(funuiinun actrsf* tn old lux*
%mh m heirloom loakei. I
e*. left, composrr'i iii/c,
i John fen
OBTfTOQUOTE BciVi hou to work it:
AXYDLBAAXR
Is LONITFELLOW
One later simply stands for another In this example A Is used
tor the three L's. X for the two Oa. etc Single letters. apos>
tropblea, the length and formation of the words an all hints.
Sach day the code letters are dlfferrnt
A Cryptogram Quotatloa
ENA DVFOAT HK V CAJEDAUVJ
FNW TAKSGAK OWQT AKBVEA RTWU
OWGT AJAUHAK--PTWGCNVU
tptoquote: BUT NEVER BE A TEAR-DROP
.SHED FOR THEM THL I IRE ENFRANCHISED DtAD
BROOKS.
DjintulU b] King Feature* iynjicau
lot 'iiiioitw- (Si
reputed > get m* living di
rroo*rd deal*. 1S1
manaa. i*i
19 Li" O.K11 a..m. *:ii*.-
1-wsi-M. lit
ii art ujwii onn roui, it|
14 Uiveli punt sruwn to rum
nil
to DC filll (bl
. i UM Uiing im- sJie'iri
to Yuis.niie town. i3i
VI Hdwurd. ulrnr |> ncruisi*!;
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M QUlir >u much u n mini
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l>. 1> l^ro, wis ui pioduec urn
pi.iut I (V)
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- 1
- 3
- 5
S3.02
13 30
S3.7
$3.9
II 1
2 3
4 6
3 4S
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. Auiumu
Jirtrirtii u> nn.
croM ins puna, ui
under Isas ou wjclnng
II.LI i .
i. Orgauu-* ua a Imimbi dsi. B. Sonirb-xlv intuit owe it 111
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13. Ttir liiri- ol tne arswn line V Ifj
11. Sort of mate ru din* llh. *<
la. Mruun ol a oacaward or*ti*.
(J)
**';"l0,,JjT IM!I'*U** J"***-jfet I
lv MrSd> 14.' rviVrM: 1 a.rfplin* I
ai. ii '"4; IT. Own I. <*-
IHIlAI. (Worthinff)
List % Shows Toda*
4 30 & 8.30 p.m
Ropubllfl Double
Knr Von Stroheim
Rlch;rd Arlen
IN
STORM OVER LISBON'
AND
I Hi MADONNA S
SECRET''
riancls Lcderer
Ann Rutherford
FTtaoJ Nile at *.
CARACAS NIGHT
BMPnu
Today a.S0 Only
CoUiit,t.. I)
Charli SUital
Bmllay HurncH
IN
TIRimK TKAIL-'
AND
8INO wiiii.i: vor DANOV
With It'ibcrt Rlanlon
Marlnrla lU-ynulih
Tonight al K 30
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TIIIRSDAY. JUNE , IHrt
i:\lillVIIOS ADVOCATE
PACK Tllkfr.
Canada-W.I. Trade
Discussed In House
INACCURATE and misleading statements and unfan
curtailment of the Colonies Dollar allocations arc stirring
up a lot ut resentment and ill-feeling against the English
Authorities. Mr. Fred Guddard (E) told The House la*'.
Tuesday.
li.V slatement that the redurtio.. *" * say Uw least, utterly ndi-
ln th volume 0* Canadian trade culous and misleading1. ,
to the West Indies, which had been The decision at that Confer-
witched to the sterling area, was ence was probably largely taken
msial) -iue to the natural trend on direction* from the Engllsn
of business, se a result of the re- Government, which ware -rubber
coverj in general world trade. itamped' by the West Indian Of-
Mr Goddard said that the Col- fleials.
onisa w.-re forced to bur got,. at Inaccurate
:. Mghei jarM Uian thev could (l w thow, inaccurate and
misleading statements coming on
top of unfair curtailment of their
doil.ir ^locations, which was stir-
ring up such a lot <>f rssetitmerr
and Ill-feeling in the CMOOttl,
made from time to time aboui
Mi C. H Adaraa tuck treatment by the BrIWn ft, 3
Government would only ceo*
when the Colonies demanded self
fight cowards that goal * regrettable ttetttSOT JW
Mr. <;.ddrl had t sim to learn anything frnin
ipfftaMd In tne Ad vacate of 'h<\ mny Plctto w.hkh
Tuesday's issue SB article by .
f"rrn- ..Iks In England between Cana- Mr Guddard said that amoiw
lian and U.K. Ministers on the Canadian goods which were de-
ietllne in Canada-West Indies finitely cheaper when landed In
trade. Barbados, than similar good*
i'.tele pointed out that the from the Sterling Area were DO-
I'n btd Kingdom's representative, tatoes. onions, several types of
Sir Henry W. Smith second secre- paper goods. Women's shoes and
tnrv of the Treasury, was cmphal- (irugs. Vfffl
leally told 'that the intcr-tradc Mr. Wilkinson seconded Mi
decline during 1948 and 1MB cioddart's motion for the adjourn,
showed that ths We t Indies were Plt.nt. They had been forced to
fl" tet certain Items from England
ivhlch they used to get from Can-
ida. That was not the only rub.
sut they also had to buy them
at s greater cost.
Logical Sequence ** Mettley (E) said that
The correspondent went on to it gave him great pleasure 1 t
?u< te the Financial Times as say- suDDon the comments made by the
I Ufa (] K.Tigdom was Senior Member tor Christ Church.
ur.dersiocd to have chilmod lhat as there was no doubt whatever
the ilinMlHi In Canada* share of that the stringent Controls that
th British Caribbean market VfM were being Imposed on the West
n logical sequence of tho recovery indies from London, were greatly
n: genera] world trade, Increasing Use cost of living of
It was argued apparently that weir population, and It was most
partly because other countries then welcome news that the English
i:;, i i. m1, ., .liable to meet the de- Authorities should consider that
mand of the West Indies and part- H Jar^,. quantity ol business which
ly because of the change in the (ls(Hi t0 to to cana**. has left
pattern of trade dictated by de- Canada because of the recovery
Spmalmr Hi// See
Opening Of \ew
Boum of Commons

. lormed the House mat
n*H
eh
inviva-
icd at a
i.a'iian trade below pre-war lev
imd that the feeling was expressed
that both Canada and the West '.
Indies were being treated unfairly.
HianiDAY flKfctTlNtiS 111 POM I XI'KISS : Hiding hk>
pan* lo greet sreal-grandfather -Kin*. <.u*l*r ol Swedenon hi*
.nd b.rlhday goes the four-rear-old 1'rlnee Carl (iiutaf. anoin-
pw tiled b> hi* sister Prlnn-v. Iir-in-r .ni l' mbelli- ul Ihe
simplicity of ihr Swedish llnval famllv fa) thi* -mall tableau, for
the King held no reception hnl received she rongralulatlons of
gfaj ihlldren and great-araiidchlldrrn al llroltnlngvholms Cutle.
The I'rlaee and Princes* are the children of Princes* K^bllle and
U.e lale Prince Ogata! \dolf ol Nwedrn ggeVgsT"
... ana mmseu.

,*,.; gg, th. opei ins ..i the niw
mon which rv-
jtnis tii,' last
III Adam LsH an of the
II .use said - happ* that Hu rlSD M
.d been invited and
.....i behatl : hi-
w ie and hlnnall ! Bengasi the
r. itaUon
They were all glad that that
would
be represented si >uch a cere-
tnonv He was sure that that
Hou*e wooi
i tbair ap-
pr.Aiation baton Hb I
. nmony
Mi .1 II *
His
Honour and Sfltpi
: a| his colleagues at
H
focthcpnung
i w
Kxsenses Must W Met
Mi F !> Motthy
that it *a-i < usiooiary in in.ii-

to make provision for the un-
fi reseen expenses lhat *ere
I
travelled nwdd knoa tin
of unforeseen ex|K-ii
rtd up from day to day.
He hoped that <'
mould soon send down the ns>
r | -esohition Speaking tor
.,
U RM S i. v,,MW.in
that sort.
Klg Honour lhnnked- honoura-
i i members for then kuui
i trks and Ihar Ow business oi
antarad upon
valuation, the Styling Colonies
In world trade generally, and
'lr ""^"r '3 ''< "' th- (.nml irend in
purely financial mot:1,
without dictation from Whitehall
If the guthortUei In England
he said, were sure of U
meal thai the reduction in tin'
volume of Canadian tyule to id
U- i which had "
rltdbed i the Bterliog ..
business toward* the Sterling
area
Strangling Ul
Ho hoped thai the English
Authorities were sincere in that
Ittssssnl and that they of the
West Indies would shortly have
munly due to the natur.il trend instructions from London, either
of busim ill of the re- abolishing or modifying the proa.
covery In Itoaral world trada *m Controls which were strang-
v-hv di..... ' V. Una the West Indian economy.
Indies continuing all thee Con- Jn ronncdion w,th the whole
irols? If the- reallv 1-lirye,) M.ha- questiim of acarcity of Dollar.',
rhey said (ontroN could be wiped ,, llllerfSlill< to read ln a
out on the following dav witho.i- ri.^nt issue of the TrlnidaJ Oasrd-
>:.v harm being done. u, uial Mr. Sbentleld-Economic
It was quite certain, however. Adviser to the Government of
lhat those statements were noi Trinidad, in an interview, had
correct, and that the cent of stated that there had been n very
living In Ihe West Indian Cat- Important change made earlier
mil.-, luil hcen rrc.lly increased during the year, by Great Britain.
an a re*ull of their having been concerning Dollar Investments in
prohibited from pur.basins Colonial Territories. The effect of
many Important ilems from the ti10il, ncw regulations was that
""" "rr* the Bollar investor's could then.
Furthermore price was not by lncy wllhi liquidate the full
any means 'be only criterion. amount of lho |nVrsment at any
Quality and suHability to their re- Umc Tn ,. ,1io .|km..d ,
quirements were also most import- ^^ pillars u, tggM out their
ant and they were being prohibit- nls and (ntcrCNt5
ed from purchasing many articles A tn faclHtlea W(.re no) al-
SaLTSl for,i'hien".hivehjS? '*ed l" * "<. 'he *"> *
I^S" r,ldf S w ..it, rcd regulations were obviously of
nSrVy JTmUfft ?Sf*2$. ~F *" inducement^ bring
Another glaring mis-statement of
Ihe sort, had recently come to his ,
notice. He had been shown a *at as a result of those
letter from an English Govern- British regulstlons. concerning
ment Department to an English Dollars, and as u result of me
manufacturer who had raised
some point about controls. It
was stated that the Colonies, by
agreement among themselves, had
decided to curtail the volume of
imports of some items. That allu-
sion was referring to the Confer-
ence of Financial Officers and
Controllers of Supplies which had
been held In Barbados some-
where around November, 1949. It
would be remembered that al
though the matter for decision
was extremely Important to
everyone ln the West Indies, no
ringle commercial adviser or ob-
(-rver was allowed to attend the
onaHllp No report of
d ever been disclosed t-
outside **htgh up" Gov-
ernment circles For the English
AuuWties to then stnte tl-n- inv
decision taken at *uch n Confer-
ence was a 'decision' made by
i : beeflaa clle. te v .:! ieti. ' '
various plantation grow
v lien ihe Island is dh
thi uuipo-ts 11
The Director of Agncui'ui.
unports the Inlroduitloi
l.i.c and Kail <.
I work of operBtmr:
the Ciovarnment la
also raaosBsnandj
..t the subsidy to be paid shouia
! fixed -' l "'""
. total cost of collection
bo between W
, assumed that n had to ba ionoo of'wn | l) '
-uually anpUi 4 tntomologlst 11 ie sufflclenl to *uw**ue tne
:': i,. r.inidad. .Itn ' jj ^figg *
He wanted to know, why In- Si.000 Is to provide *'' '* " !
Aids U New In.lii-.tr..-,
KatHs" Bill, which
in Ti iiiuiau a law
less than J12.000.000
which wag about
b.W I. furKl*, ware o*iik
in Trinidad In establishing new
Industries.
Chung* In P*UJ
That change in the |
Ihe British Oovatl
uoubtedly of great Importance, and
' $4,800 Voted
To Send Away.
Entomologist I
TO QUEENSLAND
Levy Of $13.20
On All Sugar
-Housg Decides
.vim ihe
itoKl ihe Sugar Indusu.
h ii and I

gggag on
da r *t* Out thai there
>hail be raised
l
year one thousand mm
hundred and fifty a levy al
the rate of thi i teen dollars
and rarest) cents per ton.
11< i on .ill fancy molasses man-
ufactured in this [gland
during the >car one thous-
and nino hundreti and tit"
Ml Din -
loan dollars and twantj
cents per thr.t- huntt
Ihirty wine g
h> the
Prodtleuun .1 n
Control r
Utlde 3 -r tins
Order on .ill BUgai and (t.ncy
luring ihr
ind nine hundied
l paid by Ihe said
. Indusu Capi-
tal Hehalnlii.itioii Hcier\, Board,
ii Industrj Pri i
b> .ni and (he
t ovseWM i
lee in the following prop- ttloi
(at totheSugai I'Hiusiry Capi-
tal sUhaoUlUtlon Rsaarvi
Board at the i.ile ..I foul
doll.n
ln in i.-spoit i>( -. .
st Ihe rale .f foul
and eikl : par tl
hundred .ml Units mm-

molasses,
(bi to ihe Bugai Indusu Prke
St..hili-. .'"mi 1: lr II .i i
at the rate of ab
ton in reapact -<\ tarn.....id
.a Um rats, of sue A
threw iHsndred and tiurtv
win. cnllons in re
fancy molasses;
>< i to the tuiveriior-in-Exceu-
ti\e i UM rate
ol tw. dfiUara and Eogtj
in: ion in n
SHgar, rind al l',r nit .,f
tWO doll.ii . mii.1 f,.i
per three ..undred and
thirty wine gallon* In re-
' of fancy molasses.
mi. I
Assembly on
oluli -n for
lorinaiioii ai>out 'hat i
policy was not publicly announced
. why ,..- aa,000 la to provld. U.l ' rxnCHied tost mor.
ch*5 t i .i':;'-:;';^i
Mr. F, I. V
lOacted U I
Tin- pro*
mder thi>
su^fHsn*** i ar?sM-
was Interested w-uld h..
iiortunity of working ^-i UM rnattei
with o view to altr;. ting some
Dollar Capital for niv^unent in
Barbados A- In
ernment of Barbados refused t'
bung In an "AM to aew lndartries
a-,d uteta" Bill, so long would the
l*ople of Barbados be denied i
m the
........ -----
has used Inton eotirei
iictlon of rats.
coinhatUag To tjueenl ini
igsj i rop- u tn proposed I
by root b i .. totogwt in thi
I anca an I A
much In moo and Ihe Asau- i^ueenilano'. Au'irah*. for
cialion suggests thai tteps lie af about i weeks I
taken to introduce the two main (uirc itrt-li
i]iportunity of attracting new in- mrthods of controlling the root
Dollar
Mr
capital to the Colonies.
Shenfield further suited
The Weather
TODAY
Sun in-.. 5.42 ..in
Sun Seta: 6.24 p.m
Moon I Full) June 29
Minting: 7.S0 p.m.
Nigh Water: 2.Z am .
S 52 p m
YESTERDAY
!':'! Tctal ror Month to Tester-
dav: mi.is las.
I mperatore (Max.) Md) F
Temperatare (Min.) TS.S'F
Wind Velorlt>: 15 miles per
hour
Barometer (9 a.m.1 29.983,
(3 pm) 29 918
dusuries into the Island.
In lho course of a few months
Trnd-ind had been able to at-
tract fi7.oon.ooo B.w.i. funds in
-icw capital expenditure The-
Mio-ilrt think what even a quarte-
of that amount would tUYl
lo Barbados if Invested m
island, with all its unemi
Some months ago In the Hoove
he had brought up the question o<
the Inadequate Dolljr nllnc-illon.
which had been allowed to Hai
bados by the English Oovafa
ment. H'
he was still unable, lo find gnyotu
who had any clear lofonnatioi
about what their Dollir allocatmi
was, how much It had been cut,
with what respect to whst items
it had been cut and how much
ihey then earned.
He considered thai an
lhat sort VU one on which the I
people of Barbados should have i
full Information. It was not f-nt- j
(rsctory for a matter of that sort (
be dealt with purelv In Of)
Channels Their Onll.ir aUo< BUon
should be subject lo Ihe closest
possible scrutiny and tl
of Barbados should have an op-
portunity of protesting if il ap-
peared they had been unt-uxlv
treated
V nan tiaf actor y
The secrecy about their Dol-
lar allocation was most unsat-
isfactory. One had to bear in
mind the attitude of the Eng-
lish Authorities to the smallci
Colonies cons'ituting o
West Indies in matters such as
those In November of the pre-
vious year when the West In-
dian Delegates went to England
# On page 7.
Iiorer pesl -
' DM
and
oil with
the Insecticide known as

Scheme
To gfVfl

. lo thai
In thi !
partmenl d Agricul-
of I
i
i
"Oammea
.. ...
'
a large sen.
iii.ii i.tne in
..,,1 bon
badoa ii

rnl in Qui
.....i '
Its It n
.ii thai Oanui
.nier 1


ol the in-
.oniici aseas-
. uh naot boror
basin used on
ooantry

.t-r similar
mull
Ol .
.r. l. >:.>

:i the voluntai ri
rnemheri "i the lugai
1 ii'. I'tTi' '
entaO Use payment DJ llu OtT*
ernment of Rubsid) on i
.vill c
Md Ol the BW
MSob raqulrad
m5sages gmounl
$3,797
I use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP
Whatever the time ol dav you can still be
fresh \ For a wash with the deep-cleansing
lather of Lifebuo> Toilet Soap frees you
of weariness, keeps you fresher so much
Ft HI l'VMSOSAL 1IU.-1I\ESS AIM its
PATENT
MBMNTi
TDIIITRIIS
?
SMOktllS
SKK ROOM
KLVIIINITIN
SUPPLIES
Etc.
%//iatp - comes out
in the flavour,!.I
And .1i:.l s u> f WlyTpaSl
Bug&r. wit. it. Crcthegaiad biM^^
I ,;. ll.cr ilil -'i I l|lllimiSf
) -I tr> u\> HnutJey s:^ir "
whole ..r!J offer, f
vaneiiofi to chooso t
Vatx&td OMos^aad; i
mcllingIy PAA
Via Antigua
ffgfjM tavilea hos^Maai
Han Josn and New York
tine Way *
Itnund Trip RW.I CuirencY
yta ttsasMad
Touri.l feiM l>elern
Part or Spain ami New Tgft
One Way img
IbmndTrlp '-'" '-
B.W.I- C'urri-ner

MIAMI
Vis Anlliw
One \\.i\ Koiind Trip
HtMl ^::.<*; >-'
MM I urrrne-
EUROPE
lusuriou. Double Decked
Clipper Service bslwaan
Nsw York and tronsotlontit
pOinll Ij-rn ij' ']-- m
modotion m N*w Yofk City
on mioughfllghri to Europe
ol no additional CO*'
HY PAA. The besl ~ar
m lh world lo travel
anywhtrm in ihe *orld
For further information and
rawr.orioni ronsult your
irasl agent or
wPa/v American
IVorid Airways
rsiiiMUBs mm uteri a cmco
PAA
0* Cut* a Ca

lost) Si 9
I
/ust you fly
BOVRIL
means rich meaty flavour
Tn Bj.nl -irb sU mi wupi and Bnggdh SiUm ft mafeat
Ok* SHMidrtfiiu* nttr and, in teSsBSBi moi ihna n< jnluaa,
0*. Pin B.cni(!<]|..~ln..,lhl AlwiyikMg
ovril in ihr k.tdiea. Uw it for mri Mixlwkhn, sad dnot it daUr.
BOVRIL puts BEEF Into you

t&e wee tyre
In the design of the ncw
Dunlop Furl, noihsng In.
been neglected whlJi will
grvc added ssfety. Ily in-
creasing the drpfe of the
tread pancrn, the tere's road
n->l.ling.|ualilies Increased
gnp sml skid resistance are
maintained (hmughxut the
lilrof ihctyrc.suwc the tread
p.iitrrn persists to the end.
This is just one ol the many
*afcty features whkh make
ihe ncw Fort the one tyre
that has a*rything.
W
DUNLOP
FORT
f LTD BIHMIHOnAM. HN;.
ECKSTEIN BROS. B.y Str.et
.^7^ Boy oA- .tft'
\wt&d
tKatmuscle
Y^criarap in.,,
ejery tussle
E ihe SORDEN cow
Acrlr* boji and girls need all ihe vital clement* Hut rich,
*lmlc1,inc gaMi provides for niinwlc. h-me jnd energy.
livery bvnertt of Nature'* mmi ncsrlv perteti 1
rained for your youngster in Kl Hf SjogWlgiad wbolggglla.
Children lovr the wondarful farm (rash I'.-' milk. And renienihcr. KUM If always safl and /'/."
WiihKltM there's00
rsai um warn, sae
m, ins ano ru
n last, stiai awn
,; i"l.i.;. So I
icsl .. son uw Miiiy what
-I lit tim.-. Kl |M kcr|-s |"
withoui rcfrhjerstjon in the
sealed tin. Guaranteed w
flavor, pirfrj snd 1
if the idr.il milk tot 4II [fa
PKUM
ec;r-.;. t .. '
FIRST IN PREFERENCE THE WORLD OVER


PAGE. FOl K
BAKBAUOK AIIVOOATI.
THURSDAY, JUNE 29. l5il
mrbados&i adv'ogcte
t....-i*--t-i
ii,......,, .>< a, ism
AIM I.!' 81 FFIIA4.I-
Dl*RIN(. deb.ile the Bill providing for Adult Suffrage mem-
bers of the LegiaUtiVfl Comdl registered
objection to the removal of the income
qualilication for voters. There were other
amendments which were regarded as in-
consequential.
Franchise extension has always been a
cause for controversy in this island. The
argument had been advanced that the
people were not ripe for the exercise of the
vote. But the time came in H-44 when it
was obvious that something had to be done
if this island was to make any pMgreai
politically. The qualification was then re
duced from fifty pounds per annum to
twenty pounds jkt annum. It meant that
any person earning the meagre sum of
eight shilliiu entitled to the
vote.
It must be conceded that there can be
very few people indeed who cannot earn
Ight shillings per week. The cause must
be either physical incapacity or u desire t<>
avoid work of all kind. At the time when
the Hgure of twenty pounds was lixed it
was pointed out by the Advocate that to
tell the world that there werV people in
this island over ihe age of twenty one and
of sound mind earning less than eight
shillings was nut a noud advertisement for
Now that the twenty pound franchise has
been tixed and members of the House have
been elected on that franchise and jurors
have sat in judgment on their fellows be-
cause of that qualilication it can hardly be
argued that the institution of adult HlffngO
is a step in the wrong direction. Those who
object might take heart from the fact, as
was pointed out during the debate, that the
reduction from lifly to twenty pounds mode
little difference to the electoral roll. To-
day in a population of about 200,000 the
electoral roll does not reach 40,000.
A MOTHER WEPT
SHE WAITED..
Then She Wapr Again As I Brought Her Good New*
il> ii h.w.i wAkmtm*4
HAIFA.
|
Promised Land is that thi
taste of freedom when they get
then- is to be shut up in barbed
u ire i jmp

th immigrants put into
". the Bosphorus, Adri-
atic, and Marseilles; ami
the charter planes stream in from
Cyprus. Hongkong. A
India.
The bewildered Iran
km bardl) touched the sacred
oil before they are whisked of!
in buses to the old army camp that
Ihe British called St. Luke's, and
'
nt the Homecoming."
rrubtotaj sod kepi 0 Id not get
that woman out of n J Bund
III. .. ,| Ami at n.iilmght I -ot up and
_, ^___^ ,w ordered a taxi to take me to the
Three
were tu
ihe Pan Crescent, loading
..rants for Palestine at Constanza,
on the Hla.k BM
They were
illegal Imml-
*
she put four of ""> *
her children
/ on board.
Bella, the Side*, then 19, went
. I Cress m with I'hlncas,
Bgad 14, Chain.. 12. and Huth. II,
HreOl In the Pan York. Mis
to and the other two had
liO behind. There was no
i them
.alem The driver protested at a
night drive so near the border,
where there was (Linger from
Arab infiltrators.
So I told him Mrs SI
only imagin-
Perhaps then- really was a
iiinisiiif-- about hi . Any-

we arrived in Jerusalem without
M dawn wii* coming over
the hills.
opened at eight.
ex giving
the where-
been- M
man did an
km.* the dif-
f'n.m between
a legal immi-
grant and an
llega) one. and
The bureau
H
bouts
world <
cm j, .
the
f 2.000,-
n. They
effected
...Mir: -
reunlooe
i hus-
i and
Englishman, w.th all children and panm." U^rited'for
Here Us) \ .< i ii,-
ated. Issued ith ration books, and
generally sorted OUt It is* a place
impatience, of waiting your
n. and standing in out
im| landiah tongues
This is where I came acroaa ,._
Un Lent. Bhedu md the > '* oi **"'> jou "*< t
The Bale to the amp xgm to understand
ol ham mm- '!;< -'^''"^ inolhci whode- v..,, .,.,.
netting nU-rulely split, up her family like ,.., ,,. ,,.,, ., .., ; fllllll|,.,. ,
Through the "his after working so hard to keep ,........ .....
small round 'hem together. Chaira ami Hittti ..ere having
xhr Bui that IS what Mrs Shech- B wp *
man did. and then wailed m her ,,.,, | txplain*
troubled Balkan town with her tu ,,. T(.. e called
two remaining children, for her tnPn, uu, ,,, lhe rI-
turn to get a ship Dl t IVtl I...... giown-ups
'u.kledthiough that the .,:| .....n Ihe
1 an York and the Pan Crescent M|L Wak(f|
iciceplcd by the Royal ym, r;(
..i wink al her ileskmate
Cyprus Then ihr
hed Israel
holes
netting a crowd
it excited rela-
tive! were try-
in k i. k)
loueh tin
van -tin on
B wrong side.
Dark people from North Afrien
jostled with men and women n
the mimi! fashions of the West
I I |
and her children taken to femh'wtl* Bt'hei
- Then she heard they had ,ne gol up
The Vigil
BRITAIN, FRANCE AND
IHE SdUMAN PLAN
UN >ImIi.. I <.1iMi1i1114l1.Mi1
HKHINl) all the wordi and note*, txcfasvns
ihe Channel in Ow put tew tvaafca
over the Schuman plan for pooling Western
bfopa s heavy industry lies one cold fact.
France is prepared to make the gesture of
surrendering* some of her sovereign rights;
Britain is not. It is the same difference of
approach that has been apparent in the
Assembly at Strasbourgor. for that matter,
in any discussion between the two countries
concerning European unity. For. to set up
an authority that is independent of Govern-
ment to run the scheme clearly involves a
surrender of national sovereignty. The need
for such a supra-national authority is. the i
French insist, at the very heart of the
Schuman plan. It is the real cause of the
disagreement between the Quai d'Orsay and
(l.e r'oreign Office which has meant that I
Britain would not join the Six-Power confer-
ence on the Plan.
France and Britain have strong motives for
their differing attitudes towards sovereignty.
France wants both to put an end to Franco-
Geiman antagonism and to prevent the possi-
bility of Germany, at any time, transferring
her loyalties to the East. This, she believes,
can only be achieved if the two countries sur-
render some of their sovereignty under a
European authonn The federal idea i*
rtTCftsfl in France. M. Schuman's propottll
for French and German coal and steel arc ;:
step in this direction. They mark a notable
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Bella murried. Phinens went I reiLlik
Into routh cantre and the two '"ll"
i i m o school childien they were that an> | in the mmM of this turbulent ne"r Ha'fn methar might ix* fltad to aaa agiitii French who, in 1049, were uncertain of the
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huiiii .lnwn ihe road with look thildreii she Miled troni Comtan- rndtlw. ment and, until recently were insrstlng on
of weaimes* that chanced to hope '" r"e la.l Ihmg .he did before u j ), ,.X(Jw.te ever. in... > eai or bu. ram. In ""'"' hack in the boat to rela .IM whoop for o. :.i ihe new.. vere restrictions on German steel produc-
Khi Sj&J&lJZvSrZZiSlS'nZ iPPolnti They ahyly t,on. But Britain, because of her Keoijraphi-
Sha waa spaie und are., and ''er children n.-i.r Haifa Riving the saKt they wenf -(ac nnd tnll, waa b K
..mh i.. i .loUic. atn oi.l Hie. rival all I could get out of them. cal position, her ties with the Commonwealth,
neat I tried to apeak to 1'i. aaaaataaaa wan,pd to take Ihem to the. and her traditional way of lhinknn' (which
..ii.,, I., . ....I ll,.......IK,.. K'.l "
On Ihr Oiitia
she begrudged every "U-ll IIP VF1I41T eamp to meet then mother, but t .
utc she had to lake her eyes oft the teacher said children ware"8 practical rather than theoretical), is not
Other passengers had their nol ....owed to leav-
BOYS' CLUB
IN an effort to give the Boys' Club a good
start, the Police who founded the Club are
staging a Concert at the Central Station
tonight in order tp raise funds. The aifol
deserves the greatest public support. It is
the practical demonstration of a real effort
by the Police to keep youngsters off the
streets and to reduce the number of juven-
ile delinquents.
The screen story of Boys' Town has
thrilled many theatie goers and the work
of the late H. K. L. Shephard of St. Martin-
in-the-Ficlds has always been regarded in
Barbados as a story of sellless devotion to
the cause of the less fortunate. Barbados
too has her unfortunates; and what adds an
even more poignant note is that so many
are drawn from the youth of this island.
Now that the Club has been founded to
counteract the influence of wandering on
the streets several bodies and kuttvldUa.il
interested in the cause luve voluiiteerrtl
assistance.
To-night's conoeti will be directed by
Captain Raison who has never ceased to
become an attraction; the Police Band will
contribute and a few members uf the
Y.M.P.C. will contribute two numbers
There is also one number by the Bats
Rock Physical Culture Club which is vrartll
while witnessing. This is practical evidence
of how one club comes to ihe MaiMMK* of
another at a time when help is sadly need-
ed.
The ' '
Opportune I' -ieesion
I
1
wort- HIM
I.,- i.....I...,:..:. And anyway she "" E?"B,W?' ""' ""'" iwad to lew I cbool OWBBI
siM>ke n Ijiiguage that I kiww. "roubles They did not know what io an in(,.ntile paral>sis scare. So
i Uia next hour I went round "'ey wen going to do in Israel or -j pu|,cd a sheet from my notebook
the camp, which was What I hilt. ;*"*?. 1hEil ^*re K!"n,g lo Bt,V "n romc wit to do. But Mrs. Shechman had none. Her meMage.
children would be on the quay to ,, wag not my business really,
When 1 left she was still there, meet her. She had sent them a (>ul on tnp wav bark to the camp
her hands stretched up clutching telegram. The family would be i pj n. ,|tlVer to interpret it. It
abora her head tor sup- together again. M|d j i)fUt Mother. I hope you
port and sturing down the road. When the family was nut on _,,,. ,.|| u,-,. iUl. n..|i Kot mar-
1 pointed her out to the official lhe quay, she knew some small lwj ,., fvprus, but we were In
who had shown me round the thing must have delayed them and rtiffern,: i...t i.llowed
camp. He said "Ye*, she has they would come to the camp to lo ,.<, lo lhe Wedding. This Is a
been there three days now. ever meet her And w> she stood by goo<1 school. We get mange Juice
since she arrived in a ship from the gate waiting for them from Pverv ,jnv and nre learning chem-
Humnnia. Every time anyone Sunday to Wednesday. istrv u/e cannot go to see you
speaks to her she says something The two girls she had with her because ,\0 would get infantile
about a telegram." brought her food, and tried to paralysis, bul rou may come aqd
I urged him lo try again, and persuade her to re.l Hut no, it ,. u> l( w,., Mo |low Bre fanny
from what she said to the offlcial was a big camp. The children am| r)cl>urrair' Ive Huth."
.un) from what 1 learned in the might have trouble in tlnding her.
following 24 hours, 1 have pieeeo She must he where they could see fr'uMrlh IftuV
her when Ihey came ,, Z^T^ ^
-Can't von do something about Mis. fjhechmnn was still at the
id to .i camp official. "Not **** urion we nel the camp.
much," he answered. "We will ""s ''" fourth day and her
the children eventually But '"" K,r,s precticady holding
IC'ar'.fij hS*- S cxilr" "" "" ""C""m d" "Sho'loak .he na In a
port them she did all those thing* *_. ___- .... then recognised the writing
that sound so easy nil you ITJ ii !? < She was not the only on
loing thorn yourself. She took in 1 returned to my hotel in Haifa, cried.
lOfltthet her story
She had MRU From Y.tss.ili.i in
iiiimuma Ten years ago her
husband was killed and she '
left wilh six children, the eldest
daie.
who
SA'/tWPMCfS
Tin S 40
.-ashing BD0 PewiO| ihe ren| OUl bad dinner, and went to bed. But
laaidaa txarr- anbe.
It Al\va>s Itains For Mwn^ieur
H* lsie?erue' >l.iliolm Hi.....son
A KISS FOR THE LKPEft. melon, forbidden .him by his tu live without a mother. He
i.IM.TKIX I mother because of its heating seeks Ihe mat.ml l,.ve he craves
lly KejiHoio Maurlae. Hire *nd .iropertie*. he throws Ihe rind from an old peasant woman,
S|*.tii*woiN,r !* e7 Page-* I ver the hedge It hits, full in oi. Illiterate Fert who works In
the face the little governess next his kitchen In the i
.Mill lUurtec, the weajher U door pitiful and preposterous,
always suitable Whjlc lhe plot lnr,dent illustrates Thm ls ;< ")"** Mngjemind
o, h. .lory is developing fur- The Ijndent "h-tn.s cdnei|. abo||| Maurtul,s |Hirn()t
i.ppresssm- heat aiuriacs aengnt in making his ,,r thu theme Then* is eh-mienee
i people ridiculous a
\mr lie lavishes compassionate
try. his unvarying scene: thunder
-long ihe hoii.
storm never come and
bring relief Not until M
Maurfat ready Not until the
passions of his characters have STTI ,
iiJence Tliat .-
the time to oniig out your water

i- n iii m. ----- .- .u- ernes* next door, and
In Genetnx. thr better uf these ,Jl(uf-n ^...k^ ,..i
two bnef powerful nowls. the
lain holds off until the
when Fernand deals
bloa to Ms moth
Uuetratea
king his
tragic
, words
them but Involves Ihem in
undignified situations His pity
is wigi-.i wiu cruelty He can
laOt praLso a young woman':
healthy appearance without men
skin blemishes, he
had teeth.
detect a h
ihat rateotleoi
hvpucri->v
..f his'
lilt: ji Nia.i or loi-K hi \ki
Hy I i.nk I iKN lyre and SihiIIIh-
woedr lOs B I.320 Pago.
PAUL GItKGSON wlls Ilre-
Fernand marries ihe little got H*?!?- "Jj &&*_& a
follows eoc,e*y which is deterioroUng
between mother and wife. The ethically Ills wile, Grace not so
latter, defeated, dies aft. '""e, ^
.is that d,.d.y jjjf >"" "-'- '""""" STomc. l7Xv. STSS "' th"
; Felicite Then DrUrI
ptoi
attee ol ft
hypocrite
t'.iim-il Har
last, "A cataract of water For the llrst time, her son o..w greave
Mell from th. sky upon the leaf hates her. TO begin with, he
garden path In lhe treat* her cruelly; then. with Wl" ybody be surprised to
darfaWM. 9 copper pan shone like kindness The mother says for I hear th.it the evict;..-., -,-.i,ue
-i gljwuig human face, |. . have found my lillle bov Paul, and that Hargrenves man
c,ir.. . ulllHl. u, hu i-.- *>ln: "* 1* s,.rr>' |or his old oeuvres him out of hta Wl I
U Msuriae at his best, molner/. |B really astonishUig Is that Frank
"" Tltalay. with his bioerledf
His reply .1 h. hei It ,- the scrultj iMgav of model i.
nei son wiUi p.^sessive lovo At aae who wmUs nu> lo be kk1 to Britain, Icsepi this fiail littl
ad is t.h a uu.r. but a you." ,h(.me ,, Ute bofl for more thai
riiodl* *g*d bOy, fat. spineless But, like the Wife. Ih,- mother 300 pages It Is ouHe a foul
ad togj has hr- ----------- --- - -"
-----ige after death.
Going into ihe garuei. to eat remand has been too long a son
1.1
moved by the same urgency for a United
Europe. Mr. Bevin feels not that Britain is
''dragging her feet", but that France is walk-
ng too fast. The British position was made
clearer at the recent International Socialist
Conference at Copenhagen, where the Brit-
ish delegation stated that their Government
could not abandon control over the national
economy. Is that position now finally clari-
fied by the statement of the British Labour
Party Executive which says, in effect, that
Britain will only support the Schuman Plan
if it is based on Socialist principles]i.e. full
employment etc? The document also rejects
outright any proposals for a supra-national
authority.
The British view is that any project of
European unity, such as the Schuman Plan,
should be achieved by co-operation between
Governments. The French envisage a federal
authority iudependeni of Government*
(though they admit that it might be neces-
sary, in the early stages, to allow Govern-,
ments the right to veto decisions of the coal
and steel authority. Here is the crux of the
ilisacreement between the two countries.
Some have suggested that the plan should be j
worked through some inter-governmental
>rganisatiun such as the O.E.E.C. which
might, in time, become federal. But the
French do not much care for the O.E.E.C. typo
of organisation: they see in such a ni|
only an opportunity for "dragging of feet".
They would rather the Authority were super-
vised by the Council of Europe Assembly
though an Assembly constituted on Vtry cllf-
..rcnt lines than at present
France, meanwhile, is keeping the door
open for Britain to join the plan at a later
stage, eitiier as a full or "associate" member.
But it must be admitted that, if the "Labour
Party Executive's statement is alw the
official view, there is little likelihood ol Mr.
Bevin walking through that dour at present.
This is a great pity. The Schuman plan
would have | much better chance of success
with Britain inside it. It would he hotter
also if the scheme were not almost exclusive-
ly Franco-German, which might result in its
eventual economic domination by Germany.
It seems difficult to avoid the conclusion that
Britain has once again lacked the generous
gesture when faced by a bold plan to further
the unity of Europe
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WHY llt-ir m*ndl <*' H w 'jeaUV'
la May Md -.11. J Ml "
Russians in Bsm i u
mltted that 11111
June Marsli.il OrtgOT] Z '-
even statud there BI I
about It.
Three days late. Zhukov m -
canted, saylntr I
doBolte slalemcnt" and that It
was oil very m\
Why ilid he
volte-face?
Hidi-itf?
That is oiw ol
which Hi
not try t<
amusing .MiodueAuti .. 1
'. has written fi.r
of his book The II
Hitler. (MaemUlai
But at least I
presumption, as Tr<
Slit, that Stalin
ng to do with Zhukov
Of mind As early as 1
l
i does
-Hoper
ling Harry Hop-
0 ight Hitler was
hiding son,. i i< I!< ..

in Jul>
It wai M doubt partly the
Russian attempts to cast doubt on
H.-i.i deeth that led the War
Office to commtaiaon Mi Trevor-
It ..ii than .in Inti'lligeiice uffleei,
lo (Ind on! the
Afler psUnstaklllsJ research and
'oss-exaininatioii of all available
Mirvivnrg from tbe Bnakt
nblc to establish bayond any
M IbUlty of doubt that Hitlw
Wag then I the :in;it
disposal of the ashes and other
, i
Yel Ihe Russians itUI
with Stalin's kr.<
urn why ehouM Bteili
uellen oi wish M to
ixpe lo
tbe pogyman who so long
Hy ii viii is niMiiiii
Mtn to maintain hi. grip
i'ii lhe Rtlrrleil people Another
tuggestlon Is that a i-
Ilitler at a suitable moment might
help the Russians *> CosUMjUdete
then hold un tiennany.
Suirly ihe Itrst explanation
which Stulln gave i*> Hopkins con-
tained the truth, "the whole
i.latter struck him as bell
dubious."
I.nml l>*T
Stalin limply could not iieiicve
that Hitler could He u
which read at if the) wen
for a vheap- Itovelette
The lasl Ml i Ihi BusJki
which Trevoi Roper describes so
I

for the

tho Lat Teftev
leave-taking, and Bnelly the |okDl
Ull I'ie followed by the binning
i Tho bodlei would be IncVi diMe
if the fad.* were not so well sub-
stantiated by a number Of
dependeni witnesses, who I
onlj i" located and o
:' |
So the truth R:.
Stolln had iteted
one in Soviet Rue I
v hat every reader of this book
knows that bej
doubt n
While Mr Trevor-Ropeifi main
coochudoiai hold, ho hns erred
t, Hu
boe i
learnt ol Eva
rang
On June 9 Marshal ZhohOV an.
that on the evIdV
kept by ii ,
had marrietl Eva Braun before he
died
Basing his view on a statement
by an aide lo Geienal Krebs. the
C.iuu.in Army fihlal uf SUIT, thai
Wine of Ihe ndjulants kept diaries
rrevor-Bopef guesses that the
diaries never existed and that the
invented them to conceal,
for some unknown reason, the
fact that after Hitler's death Gen-
eral Krebs wenl to Zhukov with a
On Record
But. in the first place, how-
could one man know for certain
that DO dlery was being kept of
vente in the
V .vondly. it is no!
iiiie fh.il the Russians suppressed
laflee of the Krebs peace
If Trevor-Roper had consulted
the dies of the Evening Standard
1 have learned that at the
same Press conference whan
Zhukov told the World of Hitler's
marriage, a Russian Lieutenant
Colonel, correspondent of the Hed
Army newspaper, gave u descrip-
tion of ihe last days in Berlin with
full details *f the Krebs peace!
mission.
Mr Trevor-Roper concludes his f
introduclion by regretting his in-1
.ihihu lo see eye lo eye with the
numerous corresp-.mh i
had assured him "froa
and Bournemouth and the Medree
Presidency, that my conclusions I
would have been more certain had
I consulted Ihe oracles of Yogi and |
Ihe Great Pyramid, or correctly I
interpreted the inspired book^ of I
Ezekiel. Daniel and Revelation."
While we may agree with the
author on this point. let us also !
be relied l<
IW-ient .dlenlion to Ih!
..nd thu*
omitted a strange and III
episode from his remarkable his-
tory of tn>
rung
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THURSDAY, JUNE 24, l5il
BARBADOS ADVOt ATI
PACE nVE
Barbados Gulf
Co. Makes Plans
A NEW COMPANY, the Barbacio3-Uulr CurT,.,
liullei by ihi* Gulf Oil Corporation will Ik- working
island Boon. The company \i now bring formed
stions .- expected to st.Hi promptly Di W v Auer,
Reside' t Manager of the Company, told the "A*
uiay. Dr. Aim arrived >
-evening by U.W 1 A h
USA via ST. Lucid anil Trim
dad. He has DOW ceres to pot .
Mr H C Bishop, Special Repre-
sentative of the Gulf Oil Cor-
poration who is well known >n
Barbados. They are both slaying at
Y.W.C.A. Will
Be Revived
VXfITH A VIEW TO reviving ing several week
the Ocean View Hotel
He snld that he will be spend-
here making
long defunct Y.W.C.A. studies of ihe situation before
returning to the Home Office to
repon what will be required to
do the Job.
Ha said that they rlrst have to
look the ground over and plan
for future operations. They hav
to find out Just how they could
approach the job moot efficiently
and make geologic.-!-
which will be followed Imme
rilotely by geophysical work,
Adjustment
In addition, they ha*
that their work adjust
local conditions and the life of
In Barbados a number of Socia
Workers. at the invita.on of Mrs
A. A. Gibbon*, held a Meeting al
the Y MCA. on Monday At thi.i
meeting &*. A. .A Gibbons was
elected President. Mis P. A.
Clarke. Treasurer and Mrs. D. H
L. Ward. Secretary
Other? present werv: Mrs. Don-
ald Wiles. Mrs A W Scott. Mrs.
F. Ooddard. Mrs H F K Greaves,
Mrs. H A. Talma, Mri H S
Taylor. Mrs F Bi'hop. Miss Beit*
Bourne. Miss Bourne, Mia* Edna
Fields and Rev. and Mrs. D Wood
Miss J. Wilkinson was absent.
It was agreed that these mem- the Island.
bers should form a Committee of The company will be opening
Management up an office in Bridgetown and
Captain H II Williams. Serre- apart from the technical staff
tary of the YM.C.A was also whlch will be brought m froi .
present in an advisory capacity outside, all other labour will b.-
Contribution* towards this much sf.wteri locnllv
gjjf|"y-Wf-AV,wUl b. grata. 5PS?Au"who is pavln, hi,
Tomngton." Hastings '^ "1". ** oomln* bm- *"h
Amona MMl of joining tha hlT ' ,
Association can communlcalc l"ata In notagy of Tuft,
will. Mrs. DHL Ward, Saarrv College. Igayctlimtll I
tary. went over to Europe to K"at oh
(loetonite anil ha, since worked
RAIN FELL OVE* Ihe week- with the Foreign Division of the
end but since Ihiit time no! Gulf Oil CnrporotluT' 'I,
eyen n nan of r.iin lim been n- two years In Ota
corded in Ihe Island, Vary hoi VonemH.i 11m.....
spells uere < xpertenced in the Bnd was (01
City during Ihe week and Ihe .MMTV|,i|, c.illf'- nneratlcn-
lempeiiitiire after midday yester- irnv.n^
day read 80 Fahrenheit in the "'
MMittlt: IHI.I 1 P .iddresslnt
t'llnlr si SI Manure!'. Mixed School
Vestrv Cannot Convert Rectory
Without Act Of Parliament
Will Wait Till New Rector Is Appointed
Baby Clinic
O/M'iH'd In
St. John
SI John
.
Madame tilil lo
irsBarat^ Sctrao
ifu moan
lid thai Uaai (
eighth of its kind in mi
S hoping that "
y

the ap-j
paUlna provarty of n
.it and it..ti
th* than
i
thai th- moUatri
cannot all
milk and ttsej
; wad i -".I b '!"> srould
if, .hi li diet
This is where the League will
ptay an
:
romao of battatM row.
After Madame ItUI
i anon Moore blessed, the
rllnic
situated in the
bottom Boot "i St MarVaret s
booL
:he sjtath
11- mal I. is thati dub
tdren ko ma clinic regu
larl] ..-in to follow the i
thatn l.y the nurse;
She said that It will U
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II I MOM POM I I i<>. LTD
l-i.tithuUtg
I shout $4(1 Oil I
i tin- clinic ;i|>.irt l
IHE VESTRY of St. Michael at a special meeting
.-elded to defer until the appointment of a new
Dean the question "f the suggested disposal of the Ri
and iis possible conversion into a achooL Thr V
tha opinion given them by Mr W ff
K ('. their Counsel. Opinion was that th*- Vestr;
entitled to detain the title deeds of the Rectory
3!
ibullom unit other nut
. found she
In the LandS ol the '.'irtn t iontl-
ahade
Many ahopuan eou',f be seen
patronising Ihe refreshment carts
Jhroughont the City while some
of the 'bu< passengers In. Probv,
Street 'Bus Stand preferred to
drink water coconuts.
Many of the restaurants and
clubs nlso did a good trnri- vhDa began loading of I.UUO
the luchy folk who are on vac itMa sugar for London shortly aft*.
could be seen heading for :he ,i anchored at Cai
"Adviser"
Loads Sugar
The 3.885-ton SS. "Adviser*
beache:
BY l.ao P.M vr-trrday :i.127
drivers hud renewed tl.clr
driving licence', but it || still ex-
pected tKat about 3.000 more will
be renewing theirs before the end
of this month.
The number of 'bus conduc.ors
having their licences renewed is
only 188 up to the same perioo
but more are expected
terday.
The
Adviser" is
v,i itoaca wbj pcaaant at iba .^,. ,,i hii luuaaaun Hal
m (as LoM Lawi Bngl...... lHai
i c. Saalcy, Vastri Uon) .Vol. xi ,
Mi v. M si.ii- TIm nature of i
". stone, Racistrai ol th. Dloeasa. Iiwumbant as .. fee
In The meeting opened witt Mr. "* QueiiBed iCi I M
Mottle) aaj Liuj be wanted to make J' "" P01"'^
alder u way uf getting nd of the ,Q|% mn ,.K ,.,
teeter* but to consider a means Ulc SJIU..lnn ., grovel ..( the
Of IWOYldlnj more suitable quar- Legislature as expressed in an Act
lent for tin- Iteclor and at the ( parliament
same time tlnding a better u*e_, KB approval am!
for It. (sanctum the RectOS Ot the parish
Vested in Ihr Keclor V* Sl aUeheel should present
Mi Ueevv iheii explained cer-*PS''u,on '" ',!'' "SWStllf.
tain of the i->int. made in theiwhlrn he hfl?'!d *et, Ul ^"
wai tlluMl",M">s tf. **"n^ to dispose the
the parsonage end fUba In the
The clerks in the Traffic Depart- tons of sugar expected to V
ment of the Central Police Station the island this week. The /
are kept busv daily with these Pointer' which started t.i
5.000 tons of this
Ti the parsonage and glebe in Uarfig!* Si^t "
ffiJ T,.u;U^ parish of St. Mu-h.o, are.. J ,; %
SOO tons of muscovado MSSJ. 200 by iwo separate d,..l, each *Wuto the conettH of the Blah.
barrels and 200 hell fee Hector!,, the Dtocase and set ...it in hi-
vacuum pan motasaei zoo drum) of tha parish of 81 Michael <.nd|peuii0n that he has obta.r.
of high strength spirit. .>u<> orunu hi- luoceeson rectors of St Mi-Sf^nsenl of the Ifishop of tin
of tamarinds and 885 earl : fnrever. Dloceea
ISfK. IMh properties were t>ough- ;\*t if PsjiLSDUBI
This shipment. HI. the sanction and approval of In m> upinion neillier iKc It- two
"Adviser makes a total of s.wi iht. l..,: .vm respcel to n,r> not the i;i'i>.- land can
the Glebe, an Act dated 1st March used for itny other pui|. ... M LuM '!'
. assed. than thai for which the) were lor*
Thr rrurrl" show tint a pe- nqumd it'|it ,m!Ii the consent '
properties if and when be
demands the return of the said
try of St.
haa good ground to Justify
in law their detention ol I
No good ground for mca detention
Irewn to n attention
In m\ aplnion Ihr hnindnr of
Uh tiu- SeedS i the raineegi
tnd Ihe (ilebe Is n conrern of
llir Vaetry of St Michael but l
DM eeeeen of the ki. hn i required by law lo drllv-
er Ihcm Into the possesitioii el
his nuirewor In uflirt-.
Mr I A. Hr.iliiHiiiU'
Bd the \
III- nil
th.-it the mutter could be 'i'
ic BUhop
; i UUon the
Leglalatura and eel ineit
afp | i th ifreeman.
Kisliop In tuvour
Mr Mulllr. .1 Mt that Ihe

ment h. the Buttion
II Of III'' Svtlll.
It there
n to i t the sUgges-
i not think thai

Mr Miller i-xim i in H.h *_'
I || Id | lv,
Bishop's favourlti word it
paopli
hid
how -...
-^' ' I
ida and is raeliy needa i
Umm moSaen
lO five Utel, ctultlien tl
atrlbutii to m
th 'inn. and
out that to show appreciation ol
lo help it
Bab) CUnlc w
j
itveri thould be taken

i 1 .*< ihe r.-
MHk.r. Mi. II eaaeiBI '- c >
Ale. i
kwn Mi.
leasts m .
Nun. f.U.IM
Hj I
ABM
Mi. K

SEOUL /ALLS
a> I'rom 1'age 1
Jaaulea, and Kenya. "111-
I ntwh, (harlt>. OeehaSC,
Oaaeerti i'i>umr and
t Kin.itd .it. arnoni the I
i i Ihell kind m the
lH rhej....."" '"'| I
TWO BICYCLES WERE IN-
VOLVED In an accident alODI
Maxwell Road recently. On? was
owned and ridden by Whltfleld
Forde of Marchfleld. St Philip
while the other was ridden by
Alfred Besl of Lodge Road. Christ
Church.
The front wheel, sprocket and
brakes of Forde's cycle wore
damaged,
AN EXHIBITION OF FRENCH
Colour Prints will lake place
at the Barbados Museum from
July 1 to July 15.
A private view of the paintings
for Member* and Associates only
will take place on June 30 from
10 a.m to 6.00 p.m.
HIS EXCELLE.NCY. the Gover-
nor and Mrs Savage have
kindly consented to ope
nun i
Spelghtstown on Monday, is ex-
pected to sail for Montreal to-
wards the week end.
.
pe md the moral aapei I
looking
i
rted Into ohOOl,
it .it .ill
Gallery at the Museum on July 10
at 5.00 pjn.
rpHE COMBERMERE SCHOOL *
B.G. Plans
Pre-fabricated
Houses
(Barbados Advocat* Com*****"*
GEORGETOWN
The Central Housing anti PlSH
ning Authority In British Guiana
have taken special action b) meat
lower income housing pet
houses of approve lid
H.G. products wilh the ixcepUpr
of nails, bolts, small DtUnSl aim
n"the*Ncw P*">tiiiK. The drat of theac
_ .- hniKii an
houses arc being built for the new
decanting centre in AlbuuysUiwn.
southernmost ward In tition of Hie Rev. Thomas Clarke and approval of thr ture^ltboueh
Iteclor el Bt HflfSSSl WSJ pre. > depressed in an Act ..: Parlla-"lp>
enled lo the l^nbUture pra*- "'-' U The BSriHMj he Veal
mc that power be tlven to him n would ap|tear that the TMl.ai;.
(With the cmsenl af the patroa fUg* of lh' fc*'!'"'4'' ";' ''"-l-l'l'oinlcd Hi d tha
aftfealMaal the then limemor ^,lvbe werc deislted with thc-in., authority to till tha rats* Id.
in.l th,. KUh..n ! II... Illn^i "" '" f"r ->-'f-**^-ll""l^ IB ll"h||l ,
... Tr h h k, "" Rctorhln
and to ^Qulrf thrr landif. he
U.r,| M the C.lrbe for Ihe benelil ,,... r ,,.,U,.K ,,| |.lf| , ,. .. .
nf Ihe ln.iimh.-niN l,.r ihr time ,;,n |. vhnwn that the
BeS ta* re elite of M Michael, detention by the Ve-tt. of 81 "al oMilHiim
Part of the monies derived from Michael is pjstll ibk In nl "t Mr, OnriesM
Qlebt Lew i gTee to sUon with which
was used to purcha The fail that 12.000. part if the Otl
i place called 'SpMnirtleld" in thi p pi.....| j I onaM rcferrcrl
erlah of 81 Michael was paid by the Vestry of St. U*
Michael int thr request and diiw- Vestn did
Source tl .Mnic> .' ,,un of which Vaatry the Mid Par- mei
h..'! i1 the reel
r> show trom what soim. oi Vendol lo the Ftectoi and hta sue-- oontlnue to livi there M Mt,
ii will mil in mj nnnion roorcovei en
iigmai Glebe Uutdi were pur- lustU) Ihe detention "i 'ii title thlnsj behind Ihi
deeds hy the Vestry ol St Micliact* BOTnathll
Tlir I'araonaif mm BaUSheeSd aftei demaml lot tha same had ;
Mr. it t seal)
I2.1tf0-lon Triumph, carrying 40
'planet The.,. S also a I4.7a0-lon
nalntenanaa sup, Ihe
t nlnirn. Mi Att
i-Iveil wifii erevttj
t...... in \ Ion which
I
. | .....
i \ the i>.....
II A Bovdl ..ihi Bli W :'
i 11
and Ihe Bl hop to ii" Into the mal
ber 'cith him arid !oun i ' < Ihi
i
, i.\ the

MERE'S
OUR NE1
SELECTION
OF HOOKS
X Speech Day
A special type of huase Vfias
asm tidfo nla<<# rt special -jp<: in nuuow i-.
... Ill I,, tuW 1 recentfy designed and built by th.
re Hail on July IS A,llh( ', ,,H , ,.-.,.u- on le*
at 2.30 p.m. His Excellency the ~Dn "the'Sea" Wall" This'was de-
Governor and Mr*. Savage have 5unicd u, be mflS9 produced By
graciously consented to be present. prefflbrlcatloii. and to provide all
that Is necessary to enable famll
EDWIN BOVCE OF CHAPEL
GAP reported the loss of a
quantitv of articles and a valise,
total value $30.73. from the house
of Isabelle Clarke at the same
address on Sunday.
Fined 5 For
Inefficient Brakes
Jes to live in conditions of ifli ^
comfort and amenity. It il
nevertheless necessary I
provision of the necessary1 p^'
ductlon machinery before the
benellis of thus brpi ,
b- availed of. The Autl
doing everything pooalblee1 thU
rtage to encourage tin
ment of a new |irefabncnt'..n
Industry in the Colony whjfh
would meet all local i
supply an export markrl a-
ID c..tu.e<,ue|ice of a PetlMoi. by '''> "" '> ","' ixi'-a, .ntill.d I
the Vestry ol St. Michael U. the |" [^ legl .nten-M n the LatldaJ
IllhUasaill In which Uiey pray. wf ,nc aid P^son.ge
ed to be itranled loan of l^.OSO N), (;,MK| Kea.si.ll
to be rri.Ud by yearly Inatal- In mv (,pinlnll ,h,. Uue deed
menu out of pirmhial fund*. (|ie Pars.>nage and Glebe should^
The prayer of ihe Pet.lion was he returned hy Ihe Vesfrv of St I
grant* 1 and an Art passed em- Michael lo the Rector of St i
bodying lire **me on the ".iid Michael, as the iierson hating thf(
Jaly m.'.r
'-; '
uh.
HI he I

i. Ha -,
[hi .
> old Dean P
H ovei 10 ind sale
bed roach, i

in addt-1
Meanwhile it has be.
EftROL GREAVES a driver of
M4^^^ff of the prefabricated faclueV. nd
without effli
***'., ... u_ i ii & T..t the Planning Officer was request
HIS Worship Mr II A. Tal- (T^eMiM aJtetTortrrt pollei*
mo before whom the case was (or meeUng ^^ immedintr. need
heard ordered him to pay a fine Afu,r tonaul^t,,,., wjtli Iht
of 5 or in default two months Director of Public Worft I
imrisoiunent with hard labour ,1^1^,, was prepared and on betril
the offence was eommitte-i on checked and" cosled by Uie (;
May 5 and the case was brought tv Surveyor of the PWD., it
by the police as a result of an fount, to work out at $2,000 for 1
accident at the corner of Cumber- -.-bedroom type, and about $1.5^0
land and Lower Broad Streets for a 2-oedroom type, plus cost,
between the lorry and a motor of site and services
car.
Sgt Forde prosecuted
With the sum of C2.000 loaned
h the Vestry and 1 vfAei
Lnj tl
Thomas Clarke, Hector of St Mi -
l-.uel. a place relied "Spring Field"
i'i st. Michael with tha lands
lng 1 Hood
ti d jn ij.
lor at the
request and by 11:.
a"nd tha VI
1 parish and
his successors. ReetOl st
1
Ih-finilimis
When r 1. 1 h ring the pout's
11
;: of the
Far*oiiage
Pei ihould be
kepi m Blind
"Glebe1 Hot o( lend
be-
balf of rhe police
FINED 251-
Dangerous To
Navigation
.-. el -I
Parsonage or Vicarage over and
above the tithes (Burn. Ecclesi-
astical Law Vnt II Page 292).
\ Taraaeaea HeaMa" he house
ngs to or is parcel ot
the Par-'-i s the en-
dowments of t'u- beneflc. Hall
of England (lUllshan.
Volume xi pen leu
i> 1
pafeaasige'
NEW RELIEF FOR
ARTHRITIC PAINS
But new treatment does more than
ease these terrible agonies.
product. IM1LCIN.
rtue 10 tlm aysapte
prompt relief from Ihe pains due lo the
rheumatism, but sUo affMtS lbs mstohols .
a verv impitrti.nl purl of ihe rlusumstlc ntaii'i
IJOLCIN has been thoroui.hlv te-t.-d
l)OL<:iN i- being in-d <
b) being prewrilied ly dm
r-uraed nurmal living a
Don't delay. Profit bv 11n
"1 ludny.
. I 1)111
'.....'v givM
I arttirtni nd
hi. h onatlti
hi. kground
11 nadical inatitutlo
n. unprscedi nu d >uci -- DOLCIN
. And Mom sulTereni h iva air. 1 .,f Issfchuj DOLf IN
esiNTienco. of Mlow vsctins "f thoea
A (..iitu- f n pn 1 lout labiate oeele
only
SOID I
nooKtaa ii den dsuo stmlr
and ALPH*. IARMAOT. BssUags
i i.i.iiiH. mt 1 Mate
ll> Sapper
IHI Mill 1 u || ,
Ol II Kll'lll,-
ntAVBI UNO TONUUKS
B| Krnneth H.rrU
I \l I 1 |pM mi
\li \lt I rn.i -
ii- < . Oaaaeeell
CI-NIIAM IIII.L
B) I Ik.ImIIi I.mill,.
(.imi 1 1 11 mis \ 11 UfD
hi < plain ST t i.ihn.
001ihi 01
<.!(! 1 RTONI s
H Arthur WsiaffSeBI
M \lM.i PBBSONAL
I*.ins li> Moii.irl Imi-Ii
ADVOCATE
STATIONERY
77fr*. ///stocral off mcycies
y M'lilAI, PUCII FOI sVOI I afsl
I! MiKl PTACHASl tiltM-s \itu\M.in ||
II V It It I S O \ S BroarJ SI. Local Aoents
WE N^-.
TRUCK
ENGlMt
MORE POWER
Greater Smoolhness
MORE M.P.G.
LONGER LIFE
COURTESY GARAGE
ROBERT THOM LTD.
DIAL 4616 ----- WHITE PARK
Three 250 feet barge;
besting Una Bostlc on May 22
Ivgal parlani
means inc various pi ;
hor which constitute the rndow/icd's
and I/- off Eagle Terminal In the vie,'
of 12V32'2" North and 70\4'3" ft
West have been reported to tth
as be h'heil by the lav of |l
n dom for the maintenanct of the
b iih tin- sure
Magistrate G It Griffith yester-
day imposed a line of 25
cost to be paid in 14 days or -in
default undergo one month's im-
prisonment on James Fvans -of lecal Shipping Authorities
Fall-field. Black Rock, when he ing "dSJUSJnKUl to navigat
was found guilty of assaulting and The barges extend
What's on Today
Meet inc of Chamber of
Ccsnmeree at 18.00 noon.
MreUni of (MM Church
Vi-lrv 11 n ti m
Football si Krn-ini(t'iii af
veo p.m
Mebilr Cinema. Locust Hill
riintitlon Ysrd st
George at 7.30 p.m
Variety Conoert, Central
Pallc* 8UU0-1 st S.3S pm.
direction for half mile, bean:, bfal the parish >'
J00 The barge to th- w< PStrSl Hi Aims Corn
plays two white lights on the lU\r
stern which can be
3 SCHOONERS CALL

Three schoonci
island yesterday
nial produce
From St I.
"Laudolpho" and "Mare.i Benri-
etta" with supplies
The
are'

charcoal, cocoanuls.
flre^-ood and posts
Trinidad with 200
Uessssse
of the wt rd "Psrsoa-
r.ir*onas:r
Boke '
I
His Own Benefit
,. as* and

1
ror hi*
profit so far as
drums of such use Is consistent with the
due pr/sc" '
of
The
fresh fruit.

#/##'#'% itttwit/f*
" *W < 14-tint-st
Mmmm !
FLOOR INKKfTION
Alt I AS iliniund . .
ihi* new, sasrs eeTeettt
pLOOl
IRS 1
DRINK
CLAYTON'S

ii modern gi
rm with gr
it ugh voi
where there is a baby
Make Inlrrtisn areas hot|.r.*l-'ie*n wllh ,JKVI'IM
(l lei He nd safe as soap to
Always, acid JF.VPIM. a ning water. Enjoy it. f
JEYPINE
[AGRA rCE
Ilium \m\\ bs hnppy with
BAIRNS-WKAK SHKII.AM) WOOL
\ h.-.Minliilh llul.I 2 ply "'"'I " I'ink.
tag and IMiil.-. I "i Hall, .-lull :.2r.
Wt ills. lalVg ISg IMtoWaH l"r your KnilliiiK nerHs
KMTTISli LEAFLETS
I Ml.
MICH KMTTIMI
M.I III.IS
III.
hum (KOUIDT
inniks. Each
TATTIN Slinil.l.S.
I.uh .........
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10, 11. 12 & 13 Broad Street


PAGE SIX
IIAKIIAIMIS ADVOCATE
IIIIU-imV .USE 21. 13
HCNRY
oo
f Ij WIGS
!AMPOQMATloH
Jswitchb
I
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WAI.T DISNEY
7 '-*"' 3l
5 ^3ES.,ZE' --' -
NOW \SSAN VOU '4.6 rO~ TA.CN..3
A-N..~ SOWE
K. O. I'A.\.\.\......WITH VtHISFEH IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE
NO tfr-foryou.loo!
BACKACHE
IS YOUR t
WARNING!
krUhr .a naualS iW fir* lira, M Kb*-*.
T-mU. TVkW"ffh. lAo-d'. H"rf-
Whan It*, fti m at order. M-lead ! pur*.
tmh hkod iiB-an to if* i-"* aM
Midi, < Uacd tUmmm '' haa'J Mb
* aoaaan. and atridfc TKen jau Irr I ratten.
Hall a t-miurj'i ip***-* and I'wniaV
Mi b* (to luri in Iww dawi pro*- tha>
.add k.aWy P4li nwtkiT rid .-w baaad
af -irrM a'-it and paiunL Triaaj fmu
btaod ia ria ,** Iwrfcwtat AuMwan
and Tr Wed fUt ia rcaiacad bT ra-Wl
health and theft}. Yu ImI nan IWMBT.
to>.u -. DM a Ktdner Pa. 0-d V-
ter Uii* battle at al kWaUfc JI4
Dodds Kidney Pills
BEAUTY PREPARATIONS ARE USED BY
ALL WOMEN THROUGHOUT
THE WORLD I
let "PONDS" assist roc:
COLD & VANISHING CREAMS-
FACE & TALCUM POWDERS-
LIPSTICKS HAND LOTION-
SKIN FRESHENER ETC. ETC.
4 STOCKED BY ALL DEALERS.
JUST
rt !, Cat.
Oat ri.kea
Bad .lm...
Ifed HM1
*-Ilad Peanut.
Kalt Macaroni A
Martan*! pn lb
i*r lb
SUK I SAMPSON
LTD.
Headquart* lor Bait Bum

llisi-ui.s
;iry Parnu-sticks Biscuits. .
Honey Bake Biscuits
Water Biscuits .......
Ginger Bake .......
Jamb* Afternoon Tea Biscuits.
Peck Ercans Twiglels .........
L'arrs Cheese Crisps...........
Carrs Table Water Biscuits
$ to
72
I 06
73
1.49
I 17
i.a*
1 12
Jams \ Peanut
Butter
But- Hartleys Raspberry Jam
Bot. Hartleys Strawberry Jam .
Apricul Jam.....
Tins S.A. Strawberry Jam2 lb.
S.A. Peach Jam2 lb.......
S.A. Pineapple Jam2 lb.
S.A. Melon > Ginger Jam
2 lb......................
.*7
.611
.45
9"
.34
.64
64. 35. 35
(aimed
Vegetables
L.id> Dune Pen
Lilt Can Peas
Bachelor Pens
Mushrooms ...
Spinach ......
Parsnips......
Heel root......
Turnip* ......
MB
=
"I
ati|
ASM
m >
.181
at SAVINGS
tul.ine A Milk
I ..nils
'Ivaltine ....................... "
Ovaltine ........................n
Tonn ......................2.21,1 1
Mile ........................... 1
llrmo .......................... I.M
vitacup ........................'a
Bourn-Vila ......................'
Cocoa Malt ............... 1-U
(umied I riiit
Duiovons .........................5*
Egg Plums ......................
Vktacta Plums..................*7
ltl.uk Currants...................*
Strawberries .....................
Peaches .........................*-
Auricoia .......................M^m
t
Wines. Liqueur*
Ete.
Phoslerine Tonic Wine 2.40.
Buckfast Tonic Wine ..........
Wincamis Tonic Wine ...... 2.1*.
Creme sV Menthe .............
Cherry Brandy .. i..............
Dry Orange Curacao............
Breda Beer .....................
Vi Sloul........................
Oyster Stout .................
Canned Meal
Swifts Ham Loaf ................
, Vaal Loal ...............
Vknina Sausages ........
Hamburger Steak .............
Camp Pie ............
Danish Cocktail Sausages......
Macaroni Cheese
1.32
2 90
1.38
4 00
4 00
4 00
26
36
43
47
26
:i2
:i2
n.
37
Cereals
i' .mi uf Wheat
H .36 6

:u --
.48S
Corn I ...i-1U--
I'urTiil Wheat
Pearl Barley .
Weelabix
tllrmis Kollcil
Oats.......
PHONE
215.
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TIIIRSDAV. JIXE M, 19511
rt.VRtlADOS ADVOCATE
PACE SEVEN
CLASSIFIED ADS. L"^^.1"" Canada.W.I. Trade Discussed HARBOLR I
In House Of \ssrml>l\
SHIPPING NOTICES
on s\i>:
mhi IIE.VI
llt/NTE. Ball. plant*
ELECTRICAL
ELECTRIC STOVE III. i
nt.tr- ( i. i. .* at A
o*p

Ikncate A.l-
is a w
\-.I(. I). IS
11 and I* Plate Dui SUB P-aCoitn &j
Co Ud Electrical rt.th.rtmm)
St S V> an
I MIS I-Co.t A f.
dndrr. etc
I M '- W "
.it vi n
B i TWCAL AI111A
awi n - ..* T-..i. . hm Plata
: W Dt.Co.ta A f> i.
'il : ,: I,, m >: -
man aperially romlruMM for uae at
**"'" Salll P.le.it-d Mmnf Vatui
raguiate. "mi-^u. .,i will DaCoati
Oa Us r*.-iit*i im,i niai ans.
nJSCTRIC WATSSt HEATERS by
aanton in 1 . II 1.1 TO and 0 ..lion
CaaRg Co 14d Electrical
Departmrni fai-l efTi
.-i m ta
FURNITURL
i-i tt ran.... *,..
-< erlv meaMlY ..
M-nVBnianed i.n*.ak.
> A. .
*1 lMle-lie Up [,,_ ,
... .etandah bamrwaaa a Ik
.-. --I Uted Oarag- ..-g
Rmnm wiu we m >"-!-
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ana um l-i Ot.a.Hl. Bw.
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l
Dfl irr
3 In
u-*mi oi r.iaf Robtnaan
|uor ItowiM Nil MM itM
tgO.fl reap*.'
a hgStd and aalvat
4 al Ilknon Si Gc
Fungle nov .
runmrAL
able far a.!1i"c 1... Ci
A Beard Hani- -
Da *> thia *? da ( J-iie !
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lot A| .
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uaual office* Fvo-.i July 1M 1*A i
January 111 IBM Apply to Mr. C B
IM ltNII\ VI
1*1 III.It' StllS
The pub re .i* heieln a
givlnB credit tin, ife KRSCI.A Kt I 1
MAN nice r%a>. aa I *> not took
m-wll miunuble lo. I...
ing an\ defM or drbi* in rm
a by a written order .igne<
HMJAMIN KELLMAS
W Mbom.
St. And,."
AUCTION
any d*bt or debt! mr.i
- '. I. \. .'.'.!.
srALE. *n< Kuviru: bKi
pmwrtlon wllhoul my
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BMW

ti Oat*.
M --ll ..
HiatMMi.
A qoamiM
li-' A I ilr-bml iLiih^i rlilrka iBronaa whll*
. nd oni- (till (rown pa,-
hiradln- i^irpoara Dial MO
MISCELLANEOUS
i .: t mfllbnMra
Kodak prafrrrvd In i!ood condition.
HodM,n C I AJaayna, Arlbur Co Lid
at r SOin
KKEXil.ES lor yatif raaord play**
ft) kind. itl(ludin Huby and appblr"
aanl-porm.nrnt nradlaa lo play aavaf.t
l'. A BAHNM A CO.. LTD
LADIES ILLPPMU in all prcll;. .ml
mitt and vin at II T3 per pair Tha
MISSES PLASTIC HANDBAGS i
(houklar dap. Itl. White and Bl
at II 9" Th- M..dn.i Drrw Shoppr
KEW P1JVTTKHSDinah nor*, rn
tinaln. Bin* and all tha raal Co
nd fat, tan quick.
A BABNER A CO. LTD
M S SOI f
PLASTIC IIJ:aiTII:s in prally ri.jral
Malrm DrM Sht.ppr Tt.SS*An.
RAINCOATS with rollar* or Hood*.
.. Mair.'. Whin- and Pink al
*4a*l Thr Modem Dm ShupiP,,_,
I. O I It
uto Tyra Cotn-
I" ,.-.. HM
II.6 frO -I n.
I'lHI.i NaVTlCKS
SALNT VINtTNT WEEK I V API
SEJtVICE No* n.n polbk- Idral
holldaya
Under on a maoaAcmant
HATHU MUX TOWER HOTEL
SI. Vincanl
and
SUNNY CARIBBOt
(ii-thr-M-a Brqjia liland
altar, all that can ba daairad Btaull-
(ul icanary. M-balhln. lUhln*. *>cel-
|7 B.W.I, per U*> 'oi '"' i.......'
an4 raaarvationa.
E1IROL O ROOKS
Ba> 4L
NOTICfc
MAJoniE WMWOIO MAW
B1R*.
PMMM
B-SiriiM in drbl o. claim a.*""-
STbUit o( MUbr- Win*a fc.ua>
Clbtmbm Uva o( OniarW. Canada, win
,ua4 ut !> "l"ta "" "" *
Xaitmbir 1M*. ara MM|
end partlculaii >< V"*" '
attaatad. lo lha undaraigncd Barban
lalaitd to.
pmx r*. itrl of in. Wg
OFFICIAL NOTICE
ruinin
ADRIANA SEAl.V
afl-ciina: all thai wlaln
crl of land aiiiwi> -' J.
.,1 Mkha.^a*
mud lourtaan and

I ..i.i.o I rt
...ir.iaain OCM
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butt and WuU bin HM pi-P-"t*
tha dcfawLw lo bring bafor* ma
.mt'Bd. doctunani* and I a
ba aaaminad by ma on *nj I
PTiday toawaan tha howa oi l* nwn'
and 1 o'clock in the afternoon, at tha
OflicB ol lha Clark oi UM
Court of Appaal at tha Ca
BrtdRctowit, bafoia lha 13 t
tnnbrr IBM. In order th.it fuch ctalm-
-c-1 cr.r,li.,M t.. the nature
la tharrol rape.-i..
pcraonn -ill b>
from Ih. bamaflt ol the ...i.i D.
t>a deprived ol all rtatm on or BMInat
tha uld Btl
dalmanta are al n.>iinad that they
mud alterid tha uM Court on Wedii'--
day. tha 13th d.ty M Haoiemhar IBM. t
10 o'clock a in whan th.ii aid alain
-ill lie Linked
CJivcn under ,v hand ihl. 13rd day
ItM
v atucci
A* Ccik .il u.
REAL ESTATE
OFFICIAL SALE
llAHItAIMlN
IN TMI I '' I COORi
or APFSAl
'Kqu>i'l>l' Jin-'
1 IN1JSA1 KKl'll. iniUt'KN OILJ
PUIntirt
ADHIANA SllAI.V IWandan-
NOTICE I* hiraby givan ihai by vb
tuc of an OMcr of the AMKtanl OMII
..( A|.i IVM lhara will be aat up tor tala to I"
highaal blddw at Ih. OlBc. ol th
Clerk of Ih. Aulataitl Coull ol Appr
ai ihe Cur- Houaa, Bridgalown. ta
twaan -ha h.ur. ol IS moan *ad
lha .".noon o* rrlday. I>
nbM ISM AIL Hll
... or t.ra*l of lanit dtu*'
it Jackm,.". i" Ih. ParL.i
M.-hael "d lland oL-reaald conbilniri:
by adtqeai......n il one rood four lee"
.-he or iharaataii
(inn. o( a rete-
| ta .omtnon heratn-
..-. ncd -'"iltln. .ii i
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Solicitor..
July 18JQ. "I'1
igjUP
art. Brlda<- ti
dale I
oiitribute lha aa>*U ol in.
among the partial mill lad,
Ibajii i bavlng tigard only lo auak
huh I ahall OM*
noUce. and mat I will na* ba H*bM lor
lb. aiMta iir any part tkao-f d"-
ITMUiad, to any penon whoaa dabt or
ctaUn w* ahall Ihen have had notice
And ill ,...- *
rrtate Bra t.-i irvr.1 la aettle Ihotr ln-
dabtcdnea> wittami delay.
Dated thi. 12th ga] ! Mn IHt
HUtHEItT CAMPBEI.L BEAI.V
aitornry lor ConaUnc. Vabaa
Quallfled E.eciilri* of IM Will gl
Majonc Wii .....r Vmdi Chamber*,
,
Ihe nr~pertv of IB.
- .i party will a.
vile on every leeee* n
-..

tm i' i
Dated lhli Bad Cay ol Junr i"

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Ai -. |1
g SO- J
wood. On* ill brown
quantiiv if gjout T
I
i
iit bWagilga. T..
Bad -e.eril othri
UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER
I have i..- H .>..! M \|MI. Da


.( TO HAY al 11 M p ii
I
i. nhHh In
riudr. *w biocki. ll etgtvg. aggg, I Air
> baifa. I ,.. ... ... g bio k
< nMdat. II
paddbM.
UUt.k.u.
lampa, J .
A Mm... w...-,

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I ar
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In CarlitU B
a> l>ant Pane
i
N -vKild
III. IIHTllllJl.'. Ill,- h.llfc! V
I
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lbs Au-i \v*, wh<
It iarl id
t'Ul
101 111* UaU '.lit )
gelling
Asaingt iho trcatfnenl ul the
Auglraliar.s. ih> Urilmli f/M
Indian Dclrsata* were kvpl am
Kutte.1 aboiil In Londun lor Iw
months or more, and th, u ted
to return home with the most
unsatisfactory ofter
A further Delegatiun arM p
and they were ht.i1 | without any
nttfiacttary agreement
The An traUsrtl anfrt give'i
all that tbfq "anted .*;.,) i:. -r.
ii, (WO days, whereas UN WflSl
Indians. fMSBl raobwII lab
without ,i is)
iirrangement
thi i< (on
that on matters such M |
! ol Dollara to th, Wf


know whut was happening ann
be able to hmk RflST tbotr OWI
Interests He -saw M
why matter ..| Uu- kin.l
shciuhl t*' kept .
An there wn ,.njy .,
number ol rlsa SfhtfJ
U absorb
il tlw in. ,i| Oovgg mi;. I '
tinned then- pnawtll attnUdi i
appar, nt m.nliiilv for Inn
enough, it would be 0 I
tmin tint ntunUon point ayouli
I
wag In a position to attract any
I
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KH

erve the dollar. A

agrieulii.i... .
Mo tunpiDod b

kin-w hnn lo be an energen
man, but be would Uk*
it i- i
Th- i '"iv i
I
mie All trie ma
the page.* of tin ra
that boc.ti :, m j

Esploi I
bjg
itmg and
OfjMt id

Had thvi.

'!' ; to tba !
i.tuii uid

ffill T
Th.
' Ithga I':...
:> thrown it do-s
I It
hum.ii
m----tJ a. i
DIM in the West Indies wouMi '",ul -,|'1 ''' liki
fool sutisiiivi with thi i lha) ||,-
lllll I \-M
D'AHCY A SCOTT.,
Govt Auclior
.ited as compared wiih
Australia, but foi -u,u rMCIat
i, nee* to * had fc
bind thamuelVH together The\
in Barbados COUld set Hat Hr
umrle. nut Stieppliuj as far a>
* U -1111 RMMnbcr to
Si. Philip would m...
hut Into self bbvi..... m r
- ,ll',> ""'> -liolll,! .lain
icbly ..v posgibla Thi
t 'i M i g position WTUH
would have to be pfaid resiHtr-

N.
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
i

nd Oi,. _
ill wood lti*krr-

I I
oil II

p m. I will l .....hm- IS f 10 fl. II
. h II with ahadraol
fi a fl tl Encloaed
QrUrfTTH,
Prohirm St-'lved
I /ealiuul dad n
.i popuiataon n it,,' Wosl
sod in- knew that gj
as they gt

Oie problem s
great
India
soon

tion.
olvod
H so decided as to the
and their |llcy tlv I h
fell he would turn pink atv
QltM bsfoco the Bi i".
ment changed Its allocs!
He had so much regpeel foi
the Senior Member hM I -
Church thai none would think
he WOUld belittle hil aigu-
had to uiiiiiit thai
II.
npsnts.
lb. fc.eeuto
Kimiru r Lanx.-v
hat daxlrable dwrllinr HELP
. i E '5E
MS lag OMi A uuiillllrd Nui
I eontalnlna Aim- I

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will br
i,n puMW ..,..'.
. i on l'r.lay SOU.
tenant
D
1
cm uura,|,ig !;
liing. B-MBfl t.n
Hsh Indu



hand loon
But in 1
to turn tn th i.

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would ilwayi
I


: ftaai tha
1 es to-i
Ud lii- hoped that At nn

making, th.
elv
i n on r,.,. .
MUtiYAiji
aw Mai
laana

nHasVUai
Nfiaaur CMtaba %
t'i. Mr aniuii Oui
s s cioig paaalir. I.Ms i
I Edward* for Trinidad
ScM Tim.-!.- A H t
i ipi Sl.ll. lor B'io-t
In Touch With Barbadoa
Coast Station
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
' t-WOU AMBTtRDAU.
ttnDAM AND ANTWERP
I - v ji i i nth
Hl'l". Auguil & ih
nAUIHU rNOM AMTU.Akt
AM) I.Atlt
- a
UNAntJr Jali iui
..... v
AKTWRUP AND AUgTEHilAU
I. .V'IMMI i .
M S WILlajJSI AD' July Mih
SAILIKO TO TRINIDAD
fAKAMARIRO DCMUURA lt>
H S 'BONAIRE Jum IIM
i HELlhA J.,,., Mlb
g p uuaaoH Sox a oo itl
A.
i BWtJUD -
at Luc-.. Vaaai
A Ai..tu I
...it.l.l
Tb. M V (.AKIBBEC v
BP and Paaarngei
Mwril.ee
CONSJONEr : .
No M
HS Alcoa Pola>, SS Silver Sandal.
as iw.
* -
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will, .he vr -
Ra.Wdo. f JfS-f
n.i i \m ..a.KB


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,i ia

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lllh AIM
say. \ohk - RVtTR
A".
s v n -
lllh July

a. is Spun a b
US S>u
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H-ilaen S.S Sun Prince. R S <
Maraealbu
SEAWELL
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ia, Dorean Kanta
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Read ..a-. late.
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. loai. la
M fla.H.1 Kea i ltd Cadai...
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TEST SCORES
a> from page 1
u ' Msgaui il 1. Valrnitnr

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ihr | ii. baie BSNamlasaMBai
PASSAGES TO IRELAND
Antille- Product! Ltd EtO Ir.l a, dt passages to
.1 ', S'oseau about
20th June, nml th.i.-nit,i gb I 'l-y
Stiiflg i.i i n lasual rat ictlona toi childnsn
Apply I
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Hooks on rHOTOOEAPIIV Von Should Have
; ;-mg Pbotog/aphic cheml- X
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Ul| liuing ll U '" I l""'l> *
.* ..ml iver.il oiliar BOOKS \
KOI1I.KTK V Ca l>al UN

i dlnmi!
J wiih running
.
Utchen EJi
.l!ed
In the vard t*are are eeiwaat. nam >
raraga ale and me grQunda nan *
I,an and g.irdeii*
by appointment wiU* ,]"
D L Johnaon Dial If
- in la
lie by i- blw .smpaUtlon '
.'.n.f tltaet, uridgatowi:
r i luOa n.'t*"i al I pm.
^EAIlWOOD A BOYCE.
BBj iui-
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BOUUon at my eAVr VieinrU Mraal on
mm AY alh. al I P m the proper^
I \MELOT'- .landln. on III"
.,, CIIPI.SEA ROAD, houae
. t agUsni. drawing, din-
ing. -1 bedraam. *llh rum.ma BSMI
.i Varht eV Aquatic Club.
V ll s: | lr.il hr Oo.-i"">eni MR
i.*.!. to the Bay E.iata
MM) lor building
i.ngnk-w wiih .
. new road Pur In.pai'

;. m. T"r r-.ndilinn. lei
I i 'I Kan*le
:
miviiimiim \oiii:s
dkpart.>h:nt Off i.ii'(atw.\
F.xhihition Pol H>s ;"'trU
Applications for I'll '' "Grade
Ixhibitii.ns for and <' and Renewal Of
Second Grade Ehlbllions for lloy. .vr-i at the
i to IM 19M
2. Form* of aj>pllcaUon ca L an the Depart-
m.nt of -Mucatirm Wraffnl any hut' il ieo,uired will
3 No applidi i 00 p.m
i June 1950
mil Jum i 10
at the L

NOilCt-

Ciovernmenl I'ihiIhik Oflice. St. \'\
VACANCY fOB HIMHK
W Boat Ol B1MH
' OlH'.
.
ailfc per annu ,\
of sia^'!.. -t
."A to *it(. 40 paw annuri
i i .
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CBOWN A CKOWSIVf. ACHIEVEMENT BY RINklSJf. THE NEW CK4t>YN C.ISC.EK ill
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PACE KKiHT
RARK.vnOS AllVOOATt:
Tiiiicsdav. JUKI . I*
England-NY. I.
2nd Test Match
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Trinidad Summer
ill eel Opens Today

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dut
Bad I
i
-

insulting


-ions in a manner Wlttcn
would hai

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nil inmvlaua]

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lion end
Cnmcr lr>k good lQ*U oft
m
"
''
fmm the rourui Tntf-
ford erhi MM-------------------------------------------
heedlii en blc for the hoe flayed his throw and then ends 00 Valentine lAd RunadhlO
hill" inrew low deliberately and loo with Valentin* now -.1 the povll-
Z* nn ido for Walcott io brtak the ion end He i mpteK
ckct in tune. Wnshbrnok with hi
agree Beoetr -w.i> ,.:, n. on a few bails Infer Washuiook but did not And Um tump
snicked the bell lo EdrM. in the reached a wall deserved 50 wjih adhin ..it...
Pi*' .< -t am iwm "Jiierc cut for 4 ml Valentint- bowled Doegearl with the til de-
ENGLAND'S would CUP team to Into miming Tht- 21 toot-
batten named io go to Brazil for ihc World Cup fournai
I tttBg in some training at Duhvirh HamlcIV
ground. LnOdDO.
Photo shows: Jumping for the ball during training arc Ram
. lies Eckeralcy and Scott t:\prn*
! .1 : I tub open*, at the

Mill bring lo-
. .therm*

.
I
the many bn>
. ...
n-olcs.

meeting take plae
anal artaUe Trtoldei

owned hone at the favourite for

Hie Trial Stakes an
.1 grey Jamaican filly
mid waveer eat, <* big bet]
Trimdnti
tt c Plate b
aonn'a Gift, hut .she i^
lit!
Pharllia and the Bar-
ia m;> Pepper Wine i
ttreak also from Jamaica is
weU thOUfht of and DO doubt will
turn ui his usual dogged run in tfu-
ll rial atretrh.

ii'. haw with
t; eir weight!
1 tiii: m Mm \ -.i ikt 1
(C Oaaa 1 ftraenga
Corfu 114
Link Stream m
Kronen Hater IK
Orlv m
-'-- 1111 THI.XL STAKES TROPHY
;>o. nomin tt..:
Mipleeiaaay .....
sireak
ktecate 11
Pkaili e
ii. ana PMri
Mene'i OW
Kiaaaat
!'-<-r Win.
PaeeJaai
Jolly Friar
Hiver Sarilr
I---------HT, ri.All; 1 1
it- Clean t Miir 11 .
Kaan* Adasnn
lema ***\
IT TH( OKCILLV MFMOIIAI
>"l \KI>
Ihilu.n Hand IZ1
1 'IrniiK lex
DefBB] Markn 119
124
I'lue * * 121
The Gaunllel 1 "*
'" .in T'c .rl 116
. i-iiiorr Smng 129
1 ii Pink 121
( KkUkl 116
(i-Ur. '26
far ird 1 '4
!<* m> ...... 1 "1
< lariaa |l
Resale 109
NOTICE
Mart Maid .
Brown Jack
Sunbeau
Corn
Orb
Heaulil*
Sone of thr M>nd>
Hrirht Ii...
Raphael ______
aatear AuUH
l 1 .ilip .. Arlkle
-.'Hi Kay
-THE IIPKI.ANI
STAKES
Rarhrlor'k Day
Miniature
I 3
Hi
1.
121
f.
91
m
1211
12g
I2
its
UN
1. .
MEMORIAL
I The Ya-ht Race for the Fnmte-
ptaj will be aalled on Sun-
da> at 2 311 |>n
10 Van I

(1
had played u line Inning* for his
'.n Tin 1 innri
f..r the in IB runi
W.--1 Indian Teid part-
...linst England 22R by
Kingt.>M.
... IBM
B laudable way to be
:> v wa* ob-
'i fo tn thi .1
quickly as rmatlhla
Uanl came in at numbei
eight, aurely no better Ii
if the batlini! rtrength for n man

thai P1 t
At 425. with 600 runs in hand,
Goddam declared W,
11 ted 1 Mi but it was tin
that John did not givt
Kin of two note
ns Theea would have (nought
than had lieen
othet v.. 1
1 lest In England.
biatand I d ! >< n noun ind
i
neo
at the *
DCk nil as
good ft f i.kc! ,i3 I-
Slight lains each night
pitch and there
iking sunshine |o
|
.. Ilk Wash-
ti 1h.^ In,*; <>f
nirvlved 1 leg
nth ovei
parfectb happa
itath st-.ifT and 25 runs
came in the liisl half hour.
prartlcauy came lo .1
vi 1 heu Valentine
and U.i'uadliln took over and
began with maiden oven Six
1 elded Juat
Iwo runs before ValenUne rlran
IxjwU-d Hutton.
Mutton pla>ed forward, appar-
ently made a last minute decision
'.o leave It alom thinking n
would go away to slips, but saw
n ;.. lake the middle and
M :n \\ ..h-
brook and Edrieh held on liiaelliai
until lunch, taken at 44
410, Oerri The I^ancaahlre batsnian r#d iu Uvacj of ,. gacond
.I.
!lll
ainad purely defensive Uctlco Engliuid\ tluid .t-.-i r.nl fallen
timl taken runs whenever olleied. wlUOUl addHV
..s one six and seven fours plulnly The 150 cume in
showed in the scorebook. brook pliyeri a ball (rom "
Homadhin whose Baurei qpw bin U> point and called (01
iead 20 10 36 1 had been bowllns; Blllfle, Ree UuUl | to |atl
bat racgedlr and was now re- try for a possible
uved by Come/ with Ih...... MKse.1 < ul.hes
90. Wahbrooh had the h
1 landiruj up the IOO wlten he
I'irned a ball along the turl to Ihi-
Scoruu] wu woefully slow until
I 1041 Raeat longi rallei
a catch (rat W with th
batsman at in A wick
pecia
would have made all Um
It wai by n< n
eaten hut be moved u late
the ball and when he got his hands
ti n 1. as loo off balance lo hold
it Juat one tun Inter Vi
hud another life Tnli
m the leg trap failed lo hold one
which came straight to bun aboul
.1 foot from the turf
These lap-es were realh unfor -
glvuble and must h
liearl-breaklng to the DOWleri
inniKhnK hard foi
Alter remaining, for airr I
minute-, in the nineties Wash
brook wan preM-nled with hi
numbed when Ramadbin 1 < < I
one high on thp off -lump fe
Ihe batsman Iu -mi.- || i!.......
t'te rovrra for fou
The %(wkv Lanranhlre player
d< ervee the higheni areaM fee
he had made 101) out of Iff In
t hour.. ! rillnulr- .nd hit 1?
Happy Iniori
< atararl
Mardl (., .-
P/aaraereat
How Hell.
Sun <;iee
Pair Prnai
Paves]
i upid ii
Hliif RiblMii
Top Fllahi
fUlllr Song
Leap On
A.Miranre ||g
lasv Rone* i^[
l'rin,..s K.ivmh 118
3TUP TTC PLATES
a Claej i mile no yen.)
Ilrvon Market ||g
lea Roy 118
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Patty t'llpswr III
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181
able

of
imltte
oppm
. .
taken (30
mid wicket boundary.
to three figures had
.mite.-
At 101 Cixidard brought Wmwll
instead of Valentine from the ""
r.ursery end and in his first over
the new bowler appealed eon
lmitly against Wa*hbroo> but '
be appeal was disallowed
had just
Ooddard had brought
on worreu to lake the new ball
and this tragedy nccurivd when
u Mm bowtei wai warmlnsj up with
la 't'n i Jonea U* n bowled
from the other end but Qoddard
did not leave him on tot 1'
back at 199
Washbrook tickled the nee bi ad
lO-Vil.EII
AT
CENTRAL STATION
8.30 p.m.
no \in miss it.
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N H No change may be made in
Ihe Skippers of Yachls without the
Committee's permission.
H. BLAIR BANNlSTEIt.
Starter.
SPARTAN (LUR DANTE
In honour of yhllin:
MAI.VUIN IOOTBALL
TPAM
on Prlday. Jnne 30lh. 1950
at Voluuterr Ilrlll Hall
Ores* Inlurmal
ADMISSION 3/t
Musi, In ( R, BroWItg I
OrvrM I
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A
OPENING TOMORROW. I KIOAY. JINK SfffH
Ploy'proceeded quietly, the two '*"" a single to send up
boden lagging awav without lfl"r ,ou's had x*'K'n u'k''" tl"
oht but also without effect. It ""'l' bonier* Ihe spinners tl
T.i
After Lunch
iub

pp.
thn Edrtch aanl up tt,,
p for to
off Ramadhln
Washbnxik lifted Valentine fOI -

I i Ihin'i next over
IV 'In- hull
slip, to
a down with his right
.
oemed to me that their serv ^
..ere retained for longer tlian
neceasary. Runs irmttered bin.
and these lmwler^ were merely
tying off Hi,- ends Washbrook
waa clearly sheilding Doenrl >"
^U'allng over attei ovei
datad by some slothful picking up
returns
Itamndhin leemad 'he obvtOU
unawer, but il was not until '.
Cood half hour of paitif.ilh <\<<\\
ieket thai the Indian splnr>e
(. ddurd brought
brilliant inteb of the inat.li vy hei
ne dived to in-, right and held ;
hot drive bi Pautuaouaa from ai
over-pitched ball from '.
Yardley came in and hattet
Ihrougnoiil the re-t of tin- ovei
i eli > unapt m n drnwn
'( I >ll I v
\ 1 IIU-1 INNIMiS .
inoland'ii pnurr inninoh i
W I IK .
ickei that the iudi.u |. "i -"_*
as brought back. Gome* bowled geE leal
"nd made nervous uneotnforta-
''.' || |i

- tack
Valentine appealed fei
".
.at the appeal area
At sl*tv eight the West Indie-
missed a gift of a ertcket
d Vaanbrook had played the
l .ver There was
rn much Ume to pal htl man tt) '
overs and two overs later. Ooadartl
;en oveis ann iwo overs inter. 1,-1,1-1.
" leW Ceme In, ,;nddBr(i maiie lt R .imible change waleoli
by bringing Valentine' at die other
end. At UV start of his spell
luimadhln essayed to bowl ground
the wjckel but after two overs*
icaumed hi* normal delivery
: t-t) ml
Both men were now completely
dug hi and Doggarl had quit.- re-
rvem rrorn ins ultra shaky
'In tea interval came
With the tore 140 lor |W0
Afte. .witched
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