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PAGE EIGHT KAKHAIKIS ADVOCATE Till ItSDAY. Jl'NE 21, I9.-.1 S|inrl llt'ftwrl: • ll\>ll'IO\ Q ueen's Park V eto Cricket Tourney Whom Has liarlmdos Invilvtl? YJLP.C. Vrr Bask.lb.ill Champs us o. s. Mvni THE NEWLY FORMED Cricke, Association of Trm htad n %  *• mot wiih Hi. M rid haw li'i % %  nn'i-i ttanii Invitation '. Iht Barbaa Crtckc elation ii s*'ini ;i K .-ii etdoa taan b Trinidad rv M lulv In the first place, although ono welcomed the rlWt by a recouIflve body to take t ver by < la Intercolonial and International cricket gatM GOttld not help making the >bs*rthat th. newly Itirmc i Spartan's m|i i*ked to start whether thev 'mid make one or both trips it olaetad. The I'resa was not notified l I l* InvttMi although this tun. KM l thf nanom for the many %  1 understand that people like Association, by Virtue ot the-: invitation tr> Barbados, gave th-ili.,; they run before they even *i.ilance ou their No Private Wight I am MM it all •'• entering any private fight between ling bodie* m tooth • xocpt io ; t.iin aspecti of It irom the bl %  %  view thai Ihf niiinufactured will ui*ly affect Intercolonial Herrenfolk" well as We** Imli n each department i aarnad Miiguing to see that -tw ..fTereri the new Asaoclaum paced bowle.' I hilhpa, who was imoni tho most surceaaiul bowlers in tno First Division competition last reason was not among the If player,, like Phillip* could i ot yaiii ,i pitta m tab i'h the Barbados bowling a poor us it is now — theti % %  'i.. i ,.., % %  talent as yet unknown OCa n.rtinj! circles or rcivo new typ> i t 6 STARFISH, MERMAIDS VICTORIOUS STAKKISH playing with only six pi: %  %  able to defeat the L'rsuline Convent by the wide margin of thirteen goaU to love in their water polo mate i itio Club yesterday afternoon. Chandler who capchandler, tttrath In place of Fried* Following this Ann nael scored six ot these wag In goal and deiu Ann RatWilliams broke I .md Dorothy Warren one. dangecoi.In she IBM leh Mermaids Tom I cred convincing victory over nor. got ;i nphs, beating them five another difl >ala to love. Mermaids captain of ran Chandler and thetr left Jus * %  Jean inter Jean McKinwm scored Chandler netted the fifth and two goals each and June Hill of final goal fct. Winifred's aaaool scored one The referea m Jdeal Conditions Linesmen: Messrs J. Knight and The sen was culm and ideal "* " f ^ rs tondlUOH for water polo preThe t, : „i I ranlvne ronvenl. fta at S.15 o'clock. Ursultne ConJoan Lnanley, Kathleen vent lacking aXf* 0B> Henrcll. Bdwina Parson*, advantage of having an extra Lyn NtttO (Cag*.) ;,. %  % %  % %  Starfish bring the game into their ftUrflah. J. Client. Aw i.r. and suffered bitterly for it June Hill, Phj June Hill for StarfW.i scored (Cap!.). Dorothy Wan Chandli UM ftraj two goals, from close range Then one of UN I Warren swam through, and scored. PKvlli(linndlei took over and by bal< making the score at the Interval eh nfi M favoui i.f Starfish. In the second half the UrsuNM Convent did gJBt WT .aavatal' fiathcrund. ( tintea. Thetr efforts hnnight, r ,.. n v acreams and ab. Mea Nvmsh.. Am, Nancy %  %  kaa Pat Mahoi ttd Anntw %  Maiaaalli Joan Chandlei McKlnnon, Ann Cons:.. i. No %cpnt One hope* inai the ntally corpi ,bhc wilt not be treated in th, manner again when the tenni itelf ha* been selected and that i.ne will know In good tune who being unable to place | s KOm g i,, piy (T ickci in Hritb i I'ark Oval nt the dl|>osol f;i„ a n a j n nr nam ,. )f Barbados. Ml the TrlaUad Cricket Asaoclaw,t h regard to the local season USD lg Hint ir WOttM be contrary thought that someone would ta the Bxtureg drawn IIP by mo have had the foresigh( to su (Hal ll lioaio ol ihiit we played eight ball over-* Trinidad ; i,,. aaaaon m view ol %  Crickei Ortnhg vteft to Australia. memlxT or ;il least Oal not .. A leant Skipper Ooddaid member at the tim e '' .self and Deni, Atkinson the npplic;.H"'i would have a real ptactlo I i -— Ihe ' ,lin "' • %  '''"' 'n to this. liiter**ns>K many people wh„ h.ive studied li it mott interesting lo^*ee a (Q^J I the WILL r\ World Champion. Joe Louis, once sgaln become heavyweight cbampion of the world 1 ? Here h la seen ngbting bis way back. Ha il>ieiitl Bilon oil points, aud i-.t week hi defeated Savold. -rrpreit. Worrell, Ituinadliii. To Play In Hasliii >'i\;i< Gallic LONDON. June 20 Two West Indian Teal ortokat Ota, Ir.n.k Worrell .md Sonny Jtuinadhin are to plav tor Iha Commonwealth Devea %  >> % %  anxious spectators. Each time however they were robl"*1 "i |ht bill. iniyllis Chandlei scoi nventh and eighth goals as the Convent defence OB each occaalon left her unmarked. When they remedied thi* June Hill swam through and got the ball past the hard-pressed Convent CUStOdlan Starfish c.-ntinucd this all out offensive until the end of tie game. IViyllis Chin. e.1 the eleventh and Ann Kaison the twelfth and thirteenth gonl* W succession. Th"referee was Mr. K. Ince. More ExcIlinR The second game was a I• exciting and evenly battle than the rtrst. Nymphs were playing without of their l>est players Koln-rta men conS. :. interesting U> tee a 1OM1 cr teh,.. .,..[,... wU [, m „ ,.,, t^ommonwealth hieven agaiiibi the '"' when the i the I Geoaeai Tribe and i' ID and Kngh-h playeri l-ninr Kishlock. HamM (;,., Laker, rred Ridgway. Harold Stephenson. George Ein., V ,lir 'lut l **"* A"*" tc.ipi.iiin. All these players were in the ( %  7 a n s IT a IS 4 N I 5 30 I nivismx '•Willis HiM'o^niscd As \\ orld Champ £V BRITISH BOARD IXJNDON. June 20 The British Boxing Hoard of Vi'dmcr and Mary" rtnlght AnContTOl announced hcu todg] ,,,],. IMoasH and Pat Mahon ranffluai Joe Louta (i. putieed for them. World Heavyweight champion Mermaids began by defending Following l.idefeat la*t week of tic far goal and surged ahoreLec Savuld arhom they previously wards in perfect combination u cognised. Ann Eckstein in goal t N T.ph-. btaufht < p be*M defeated bv Ezzard Charles. j\t-* Hill. Jean scored with recognised as Heavyweight Chamfreil placed shot Into the top lef' pinn in the United Slates, the h.md comer of the nets. After this the Sea Nymph.Manet Betty Williams, Ton. For this reason the Board welBrowne and Nancy Jones hel comet and recognises the forthmn jn d backed up by somi OOnkbtl ftfht between Louis and good goalkeeping by A i ..'i | nieans Of drtermlnstttn kept out the e;. %  mg n undisputed world Chammaids. Just before half •izrr-^r-^t.'^ — suss BOS Nothing has coma of this, end of th c Court at the Modern lliah J M ,,. latt meeting ot the Boardj gchoei. The Becratary had ret'tasaan hetd to Truurtnd. the rules were p^,,^ tl|1 ,cp*.it .it the end of ewSs not discussed. One l]p *orumn and apologised f.r %  pion."—Beutrr. at • r,5 ai a los to know what ride* mA (^ Jit West Indies Cucket ^.fn,,. I -l at present ami Thl wblcn can DJ cannot be Inw inn demand: I wonder if these unofficial teams of In Uan who lake 1 otry their %  wing of Hie** conditions p,' r %  II i a i Captuin of the Modem Modern High School's win High School haa Informed me should bii ouret report to the Evening when H b reealled thai this club Advweate Wag Ike first in.iWat nn entered the ronipeiit i%  which he had had of an> u Be felt that it shoul.l n.v. played a aanie |. t Hamad by the Beeretw iMit there were irregularltie. %  -. ^ red-tape lh(1 Brfteol w.lhnut hrst notifyim; Ithe M us thai tnenj emg > proI'eat. They could go into \h .: %  i rlcket B< oj control I auppoag H u %  >. gwitloni I the paapla erht have %  ., that lite ticket llonrd ol ,. sui-h lw *'ver heard tean al Ihe result* tours. IfcHihtful i doubtful of ih,. awr %  lhai it .unhkciv thai democi %  • He was also willing U> replay it;. .Icidlng match, win. n UM M II s bad wo,, irom I i the alleged Ujv egMjiii ground* and any match in which ihere had been an official protaat and • %  '• whloh they bad not yet been notn.el. And now Dor the bigaM baakei ball news-— also prove :i so irca to Jam* i .vim entered this season's cm conditions to Modern High School in HH9 Ihe llnw ol writlog iho itvi i>[ their intenliiin to t;ikc par) i> Ihe Knock 0W oomaatMfcai which •ittiin ., we v M I"' in p | ! %  ..: %  %  i M II S. ; ,:.< Sea SCO its r.nr.c CUP WINNERS Uy0i uU x D,.,,.,,. BSS. in .'.ch""* ,n,l Z 1 •* .".-Clc, r.g P C ..... UUUIUMMMMB oh, way or anoth,'iv BnrriiMliK' Inilim "" %  w i-%iiir Daiuiii'l's XI have one* HRHin won the Da Coata Cup i„ n ,„„. ,,.,. lor Ihe nnrl Htvlakn nn,l HOdWti „,„,,.„ .,, ,„,<,,. l,,,v '""".""" Ban>Road, on Saturd >. Uia A I' i 0 cl. Boltlin. Co. Cup (cr Ihr wx| „ pI> ..„ l d Onniucl^ M ina. j'l.iy tianinawad at I .s WHAT'S ON TODAY Pagkn i ...it i. — i mm a,m. Inquiry into death of MarJorle Vtaodrune uf Hlark Korb. at HMri.i "A" Court — '! p.m. Police lli-it tlayn at Centenary < luirrh Harvlee ai CodrtiiRloH ollege — 4.30 p.m. Water I'wla at A(|UJtlr Club — j.00 p.m. OeaaH nllhl at V.W.C.A.— fi.00 p.m. ii. i i '..i. Table Teiinr. C.iniprtllloiiI II v vs. Ilamptun and Aquatic vs. f.verton. I'lav sUrts at ti.30 p.m. Middle Cinema dives ahuw at Featherbed Lane Pasture. It John — 7.30 p.m. I'ubli. Meeting at Children's t.uotwat Lcatar — HOD a i. ( INaVMfl aurl Ci> I ." I and TO* Aaaitl* r "Ii however June Hill got throug] llitir defence and Mermaids weri •wo up as the teams change* %  mrts for the "ieeond half. The real did not help the Sea Nymphs. In less than a coup! of %  ninutes they were back at th. goal line Mermaid* having got iheir third gold scored bv J The Wealher TO-DAY Hun KHes: .40 a.m. Sun Sptu: 9.1*. p.m. Moeu (lai-l ((uarler) June m Lighting: 7IHl p.m. Hlsh IVatrr: 4.41 am.. Ml p.m. YMTF.RDAV K.wnt.ll (Codrington) M in. Total far month It Yesterday : 3.C9 In*. Temperature (Max.) 86.5 V. Temperature (Mini '.!•:> I Wind fMrcctloii (9 a.m.1 E.N.t.: II p.m.) I.M. Wind Vetoclt\ 14 mites per hour Barometer <9 a.m.) '' %  ; (3 p.m.) ?9.11 -. r'HiOi roll.. Barracuda I i.t.i:; trsh. !! %  %  -,,., M POLITICAL MEETING ff'^X PENTO D Cosmetics Kisa Prool Lipatlck Rcuqe & Face Powder Face Cream In Tubes Shampoo, Toothpaste and Special Children's Toothpaale CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10, II, 12 & 13 Broad Street. FRIDAY JUNE At 8 NIGHT 22nd, o'clock i ndet the 4u Barbtu! I i. %  issot ialton %  p / rniffir afaVa No. 31 Mark I lie End of n rrojcctini: l-ond at Nlol with a Kll> LIGHT Space made available I CANADA |>KY tor baler Mutarltig. ond divk 0 The tlrst division competit'on rephned but since i po-^ititiitv oi ain team getting a better peroantaan than % %  %  r i ram one ihan v Mc.A.. the eontpetitloa is desed N ib.it the Knock Out may g-*t gnoagnei. [n m. nMand division. Skipper B i advoi ita* en n the con I4S, ii oiton |g og ... c. Hannvood 11 and r* I'arsons 13 were the ICMI scorers. Bowiinu (or Dannlela Xi Barker, t; Sofae I clubs nave 001 made return* '' hull le look 3 for I6\S reordance with rules of the Competition and the results BP based on the available data. The following are the results 1STMTtUOK U and 1 for 6 respeci reply Ihmnicbi XI made 128 of which C. Dannlel 21. J. Barker 21, G. Sobers 18 and K Creenidge 12 were top scores. Bowling for the Advocate's XI c. BaalUld, U. Oiton and W Allevitc took 6 for 21. 3 for 8 and 1 for 4 respectively. The game thin elided in an outright victory for the Advocate's XI. in Support uf MR. II. A. IIOWDINC ( lurk's Ku\s.. lltiflu... SI. O iai m Speaker.: Messrs. WILKINSON DOWDIN;: t MOTTI.F.Y CIODDARI) GRIFf.TH Miss REIII and others J>UNLOP the cyclist's choice £ RHEUMATISM! ARTHRITIS! Their terrible pain it often needless. DOLCIN. a n, due to sympii ilwo has phvm vhi.'ii .ir.' i, Ita i.. iha of tr. th. t. bnng prompt relief Trom paindin.!.** Hot ssssrel DOLCIN logical action, paetirulnrry on meInlnHic proeuuaes y import-.nt factor % %  > the rheumaii'ntafi 'I hat is rail .i .i .II lion ot a new rumhinaiion of aak mUf e nighlv In hospital!* It hiinrelievM ihr (uick-iietina lagved k mta. I)lii.< IN Inc. h<. loreat Iclluw -oner. !" with long ^tnndinf raei Time |min gBS, v-m w*. MMsooner you use ton mv be imp' t\,I. \ DOLCIN eoata eery little Get it today loo pn It is id clini. ngnlsh of i i uf | liit-r-liffnfun and DOLCIN, the aooni r tablee. Iin.ihl R4 iBARBAIHH) IHtl'O STORKS LTI>. *ad reet and Alpha Pharmacy. Ilastlnga. FOR A DELIGHTFUL SANDWICH A Public Meeting TOI tiiivr. TIIK MI ii \ ita. til Tin. People of Barbados OF WITH SFXI-S will take place at the ( IIII.0R1N s GOODWILL i.i \;i | CBNTU t iixvi in | ION ROAD on Ihursday Kvenins Jane 21. 1951. at 8 p.m. W. W. RKEC'F., Eso... K I M.C.P.. srIU be m the chair. Other Speakers are:— Mrs. CECILE WALCOTT (England) Dr. .i A r.rtnwNF. B A M.B.. Ch.ll.. DO. M.l) Hon FRANK C. HUTSON. I %  Dr. BASIL SKINNER, ll A. II R.C s. E. D. MOTTLEY. Esq., M.C.P. D. D. OARNER. Esq., M.C.P. 4 HARLF-S THOMAS. Esq. K. L. SMITH. Esq.. M.C.P.. & JOHN BECKLES. Ei M BE. 17 fl 51. -2n. DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING COMPANY LIMITED IICKSTSIN BROS) BRUSH... UP... YOUR... SMILE... WITH THE CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH Wisdom RINSO wash BRIGHTERquicker? easier! T£ r i % % %  '< %  ORDER J&R SANDWICH BREAD All >t>ur coloured clothes are so much brighter when washed with Rinso—and tour whites arc whiter tool Rinso's rich suds soak out thc dirt so thoroughly, so quickly—yet so gently' For easier washing, and a cleaner, gayer result, always use Rinso. R/NSOforqff your wash f



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Tiiiftsnw JI \i it Mkl PAKBAlM.s \|VO( \I1 V\(,f TIIRIT. Teachers Are Dissatisfied CCDDARD TELLS GOVT Mr P. C. Gnddar.l. btr I. >-li asked the f-l 1 .wn,g in the Houae uf A.isembly on TlM i Is Government aware of t that there is intense dissatisfaction existing among the Fler'i Teachers of the Island as a result of the working of the recent Salarv Scales? Does Grvernrr.ent know that senior assistant teachers on being appointed to headships get the same salaries as hi... D have sorvi-d neatly t*i D1 headl^aiheiMil h Uuin h—dtaaichai A)I,, tMW gin:, twent more than ln'iidtcjchcis who iiw heodi New Salary Scales came into operation? Ii,..Government r-nliselh.it n..M .f tin* %  anioi laacheri In the Elementary Teaching Service >•<•' seething with discontent bei some of them have been relegated as %  result of certain unjust stipulations in the New Salai y Scales' Is Government aware that i who have given long years of faithful, loyal and efficient service are now compelled to rettra at tobottom of their Salary Scale** Penalised Is Government conscious of the fart that theae aanior MM were circularized and i equated to slate In advance whether the;. would retire under the Old or New Pension Bill? Is Government awnre that some of these teachers ,-ire being penalised as result of having to retire under the new Pension Bill'.' In view of tho urgency of th" matter, will Government Like .in r—IF OKLY RUSSIA WOULD UPEfJ UP A C0NGR.ZSSS0NAL IKOUiRY ... Ll GALAS *;& UP COLOURS' itaM not ft* in potted 01 the tcrottf war. at tht wrong p/fltv and with thf wrong tnemn . • l/Tc (s rne preri*. number . ao4*) I IM (Or an • •; -.i f'..(V>ierd! I-irulon Cxpreai Sen CHEAP FXCURSIOIS'S DISRUPT AIR TRW EL LONDON. LOW COST (ourial air services heron iht North Atlantic and from Britain to South Africa will be available to the public beginning October 1st. 1952 Thi.. It part si Donor Saves Council Hostel An anonymous gift ot %  ii students it< closure d been announced owing to th Tourist fares will be I-L'5 to |290 tor me one-v loss. This good Ihe a lung-range experimental programme to encourage mau grant for th travel agreed upon bv Ihe International Air Trai %  rear Housing 30 stuAssociation ot the Annual conference recently concluded ffS !" nad bwn ,unr in Bermuda. Mouse Consider Farm Institute IN TRINIDAD The House of At* running at %  I the "Pi n ;, i n j .,Mth %  ten per ct. ,„i„„l.t„p ], '' rnd terhmral factor, involved. ,., TSfc" Jff"VJ2IJ2!!S" JS? %  "" TRADES UNIQIS OBJECT TO TROOPS #*V WTIGi \ n ALCOl i %  rtM mbet ol the Board ui Inqutrj -.' up bj I Qow 101 ol tr* Leeward lalanda to l ceurred in Antigua during Mh" % %  ; that ihe Board ha Ihe Antigua Tradt XV % %  1 objected to Ihe calling oj l\ i ipa and the pa : ibi: ini'iu,", auj i on All IATA traffic conlercn l mediate steps to remedy this mOal unsatisfactory state of tffall ^"."ssnoti. "\ .r;^';;;,Amend Exectftivfe Coanniltee Act The llnu&e of Awmbly on Tut*n. The matter v,... referred to there i not ..period to r.v mueh ;,~h^;,"C..,J''u„,.., %  MuhStee pppontlon. but The Hou had already UMM &%,? to lb. li.„todi I ,' !" ^ llun Brltisn Guiana nad uid that NoIll A „. n ,i c „„,,, ,, u 5 alro „„ they f.li unable to do i .„.71!;?' ,h C^ '" ,r '" M '" M ,f l r" ,"" '" "cTribbean out that this was regrettable, but Rlt .-as to be implcBanamas Standstill the I kmcrici uta which Dd the With Uic chc.ip nit operating on iiio New York to London roula, counThe calUng 01 tho troopg was m nunodatton 'i uM I' %  %  oversea! tudi I %  i hj ii>>' crow .... bate munanti mwht Unim bul the possibility .1 i ng hestel accommodation tor of the U then own Modem r> '.'n> in.' iK'inx m.-ide by %  tudanai t : ,. 0 ., t Iroir. Ihe Cold Coast for example but home gnvai i %  loth to act while responsibility f* iry. To meal i roblanu %  I'riiish Coun i'. loala] %  l pieketday parsed %  Kill to nmend the mented. it would be necessary Kxeiitivf Committee Act ,891. tht OovernmenU ti> The Bill seeks to confer the mart tht-(oniributions payable by power of selling or exchange lands British Guiana. Oil Iho Mew York CO London rOUfa, an to act whil r, ponsibUity l The Antigua with the approval of the Laflalar is lea red that bu %  ccommodaUon rests wi.h '.he out lure. On tha agJaUngj proportions. r ;rougnl to a st.mdsuil. .it .. imctl I'mon In AntlgU an Dr. H. G. Cummin* (Ll who Barbados would I-' eallad upon jtaporai OUte t" the Surely, it is not t<. much for sent* nil sections t.i arOrkai took charge of the Bill said that to increase the contKlbution %  Wtat Indies through Lisbon and ,ho aWHpft Government to sciDunne his slav In AnUftll on the last occasion when the Bill AipiUiI cost from 8U.66H to DOTnuda. langer of lhal ftudenta from tha colon* Uns of unreat, an was amended, power was given {30,920, and re. in rent axeenditurp i bol '• housed. Iit worthwhile ( |urltiR ihe sessions of llw 11.,.n to the Executive to lease land. tor ., total of lour student places deling it difficult for people wish< ll in few thoi Honourable members would refrom S4.188 to 58.039 per annum, mg t< travel from the V> •• budgat Ol mllUOM if Vll ll n.enilK-i that there had been If it were possible, however, to Bl hostels for student visitor exchanges before in the eaOa of thai the farm be established in i vofvad in traveltnrOataned with closure? Segwell and Spencers for the the near future, the Government ling by m* tourist service, which extension of the runway. ,h Guiana might reconjrlS prol i cutting ON ., ,, ,. . „ slder its decllion not to take part, baggage "Dace and put! %  etklng to uBMrto ta Ih. ,,,.„,„,„. , Comexihjim. of land with the ap,.,, ., proval at ii"LetUUlun and it N Y „ :„ Lr ome lime l.y ,-ui... up. cUlm thoinh. !H l Sffi ,0 SS'£!a'S-:!S5S! G tbOat JS lhal they .ri Trelueuuit to ImoSii the Bill.>heid ,.,.i •. ih..t ,„ i.,,. |t .ii in ihe uheme. IM etatt. ^ %  ffl^'^Sa si;;; £sK h l VT^C"eT3* %  ** *** % %  M come back i" the Route <"i perriouao .l.miaira IMairx V^riciiltural ExpattaSlOll ow Owa carrMtaaaaaii KI.V i>'n.s june ,B iltural .nit! IndusI %  nOT, Si Mil 1 %  I % %  n i ah A toe Houai %  %  %  two bltli wtmh iii bring goto ba. i II nltnr ,1 I)Board and ;in Industrial Developon pouRfl rtertin : h*etn i i be r;iised. form te b M %  : the A.'u, Uttl Ml 1 %  %  the w -I Rhft %  %  took IP imt G it Pirn and London dre^ l

le in the And there's o gUtttnlng Nail Colour to motto every Lip Cofour GALA OF LONDON F. J. NICHOLLS. P.O lOX 11 nl>. .it tha da.vor |S II" Iii -iii-iiiiri' F" Saat 1 10 I I'"' %  utal bed I They ire In* two dojis |.i.,,. ihi n paws on the airi%  ,. %  "..MI n .i lei gnd After a tiring n % %  Dj Mi J A tha making tha VA the tl Ii %  %  %  rn d to %  tcenili nation t.i accapt the chartei Set Comi the world II. The conl length the dilfl'-ult problem of talnlyb ,. Ii. I. 'I,. .ll l"Lt|.'l ** .' _• i thee %  %  vh .. thai the scheme would iii> MRS. ERROL FLYNN PLANS TOURIST CITY of 21 American repunlh The Charter, drawn up nl ihe Bogota conference in 1948 eon t.iini lia trtlcta among them ; ptatemenl IIIMJ< i-i ,nd ofl MI. POM t\ % %  • • took lime < tl lo lalk litle* 11 : %  %  p)ng of a luxui ground '"' 'he well feathered %  . KINGSTON. June IH toner on the boob) i un f) :•' Jamah si %  "i Jamah i rostng its cargo; but all hands, six •) them, ware saved. Tl tifiivu. ni.iiii. • i'-i.i ,>•• .i. in%  ificrn. Acre -IMV, me i/u*n/f Dominican Republic. Bquador, El 'lefein.'.pljii.s for WeM.M-n Europ*nn Salvador. Haiti Ii Panama and Paraguay. Batlflcatlon by a fourteenth country would provide ihe required two-thirds of the 21 republics to give the Organisation "f American stairs patmaaant organic status and its charter would • %  effect "f bl —Reatrr ri Gay to the Jama R. Hamcl-Smitli Quits Labour Party irrom Oiir Own Corr^pondml> PORT-OF-SPAIN, June 15 Councjllor Raymond Hamrlc hi ,> mn> brlng UD „„ Smith. Mayor of Porl-or-Spaln, ion ; ...... ha, tenderedI hi, rtaltnatlon to Uie c<>ull rte repreianted Trinidad Labour Parly a. General iiKumom w ,„ ; the Unto Sccrel.ry because ,,l me ..everal S1 „,„ h0 UnlIrd Kindom. lul public cmtM he ha, to perform in rienmark. France. Norway. the triple position as Mayor. —Reolrr. Fditor and Borru.lfT-at-l.iA E^------. ^~ ^ -^ 7^x=-jc^g S-^;5 r:. : .V:' a= -i '. ^'J tmititil .VMr*/.' Your I'•'iirouritf MOTOR CYCLES Arrirvll VELOCETTE The New Model L.E. 200 C.C. U different from the conventional type Motor Cycle — in fact it's the nearest approacr II ,•/-.../../. Il.nnl-Siuriiil. Shnfi—lrirvn mill Xmisl-lfHX. For SIMPLICITY. ECONOMY and RIDING PLEASURE I hittis-ia — VELOCETTE ROBERT Courtesy Garage %  % %  II IffHtl l U JI ^^p^r-lupr^r^mmander r.tn^c^rv.ng seasonal JOOb> Field Marshal. V.scoun, Mont• %  "** "£2L2 Sirai Admirals ;,,,iM.ven fi land cayi The "rhooncr %  in Air Force Generalof JR Taylor sprung a six nations attended, representing "fter Ihe stuffing l-.x .-( h"r pcothe widest field covered in any Por was sm;r!u such conference. "* hpd l ihrough the shaft. \ aat delieary to J Officials of Supreme Headquarduring the May—July period anu Allied F-owcrs In Buropa popular Breakfasl food OT lx>state there would bo no announcetweet ment about ihe subject of talks r8K ,aarved hatdboli beyond the official ,: %  • n ve issued before the mettmg that the rar h. Agenda 'include, defence plans foi Wrsifin Furoae and such other matters as Commanders-mDr Nat / use*UFEBU0>"TOILETSOAP THOM. LTD. — White Park Road Morning, noon or night — you'H always '.wih Ltfeboo] ToiJd Soap. Its dcep


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PACE rout BARBADOS ADVOCATE THl'KMi.W II M Jl I HI BARBA^_Sj6iADV^TE !•.%.> I< .'— I % %  %  • %  It!} iniiiiiiiil "inn \a. BIO*4 su a n — m i — Tlllllrfi June 21. 19.'.! \<.niri i ri in 1 i be regretted that the main industry oft which this island depends now S seems to be suffering from a dangerous indifference on the part of tht Govtrnmant and even agriculturists themselves. Thenare several instances of this apparent apathy to the general welfare of the industry and its effects upon the economy of the island. This newspaper has already focussed public attention on the number of UMUltlvattd spots of land throughout the island which could easily be brought under cultivation. To the casual observer it might appear that there are merely a few small plots in certain areas but when the aggregate j s considered those add up to a considerable area of land. The urgency of this problem is that these small plots, while being unable to produce vegetables in marketable quantities, can supply the household and so lessen the demands for imported. It might be excusable if the cost of bringing these plots into cultivation were high or if the funds were not available and easily accessible to land holders. The Barbados Government has in its control funds provided by Colonial Development and Welfare for the purpose of irrigating land. The Peasants Loan Bank also provides funds for cultivating lands and purchasing animals or paying off debts on land. Where the crilicism against the Government iinds foundation is in the absence of certain key men in the Department of Agriculture. Some of these offices are now vacant and have been vacant for some time. One of the difficulties is that the salaries offered do not attract spe*. i from other colonies. Another difficulty is the samu which lias been already experienced in the case of teachers. The question of leave passages has never been settled satisfactorily. An officer is not likely to accept an appointment in Barbados when he knows that he is not entitled to leave passages for himself and family after four years' service. The initial objection is that the salary is already small and does not permit him to save the requisite amount, while in other places the same officer would get a greater salary and leave passages after a few years. The entire agricultural industry in this island, whether it be that section controlled by the plantations or that in the hands of the small holder, depends on the help and advice given by the officers of the Department. U is true that there are agricultural stations in the various parishes hut the main spring of the scientific service comes from the specialists in the Department itself. If these are lacking the sugar industry and all other avenues of agricultural pursuit will fail. The enquiries of Hon G. D. L. Pile in the Legislative Council as to the conditions of service will give point to a condition which seems to have been overlooked. In the past the Department of Science and Agriculture has been able to secure the services of some of the most eminent men in agricultural science. One by one they have left and are still leaving for better conditions of service and higher salaries in other colonies. Hon. Mr. Pile invites the attention of the Government to the fact that some effort should be marie, not merely to secure but to relain the services of such officers. This is a matter which affects the entire economy of this island. Already we are fa-ed with a threatened shortage of vegetables during the coming months of the year. Our dependence on thousands of dollars of foodstuffs imported from St. Lucia, Dominica, St. Vincent and Canada has lulled us into a false sense ot <-asy acquisition and owners of small plots of land resort to purchasing even at high prices rather than producing at low i This unfortunate set of circumstances is due to the waning interest in the land. It is time that something be done to educate the people not only to follow agricultural pursuits in an agricultural community hut as to the correct vise of the land, and to pP A I to them that it is the basis of our economy. It should not be impossible to substitute for proper modem agricultural schools classes of instruction at the various stations throughout the island or an extension with the requisite training of the School Gardening System at the Elementary Schools That the people of this island should be educated to the propel use of the land there is no doubt. It is the only remedy to the %  ent lack of interest in agriculture III this island. Takes Fright %  One man'* name — and J!fJffiF!*£ l*u 1 the ihadwro/ ihiF.B.I. ... ANATOLI Antonovlch Yuko' I m (few v i „ mt |„ ,,„ Consulate Tl lib; no new work hull.tin;i street on ' Gold to fa. ruohs, hi* main |„ ..,.„.-.• ..f information, had been Iy4; cut on from seem American maka up his rtaaareli %  kail arttti an U oth bether to keep an upBritish scientists, and wai ofn> : (hat evening i %  I • London. %  %  been Y.ik .. %  mmd dry. He was due to be .%;.>. due to m* ,| from the Army — •nourably as a top sereeant— in the Bronx. Bd WMK, thereby severing ntact with atom wortt The Sixth Man ilemlrd 1" fardotlfB) his date. After all. he Inf iron the nhook <>f %  really argued, he MUM always get in h with Cold later. A fi %  been tipped oh* that a front-rank ,.. .. _.,„. Waiting i ho to O tin^ v ..k with .i bciefi lounge me document*. Trailed Detei tad ion Sixth Man had shadowed hut Two Tickets Wai r.f llM brl Theatre, Gold I a h .; could have ha| H i)n Ihe Mxth Mans InatTueUoni iil)Ui WO fiiisrd the voice and Rosenberg. >.-> *TVil I ,, M Y ..k<".l.-vV U.S. Covernmeiit waBpotM inSomehow the Sixth Man had spector, had brought the fuse out tracad of a factory in his lunch box. -Re at the theatre at eight As a reward Yakoytev bad o'clock tonlgnL'* the voice said pvan bun %  %  off prlvUeflM II |„. AI „ vp minutes to eight. Go!d :.' to Hubftia. walked into the upstairs lounge S(|uee-ed l>rv of the Earl Theatre in the Bronx. '.•• 4. -haggy-h.tiM-.l Hot> At exactly eight o'clock he was Im i.il.ii iipproachcd by an extremely tall and i-orl ho walkad with the Gener.ii Bactrk laboralarlai a oat-Uko stride. Now gaanl No. B llarrv Gold "Can you direct me to PaulYOrk to get street?" th. man asked, further orders. >mg than myself," Qold replies!. rOOOgnkdng question as a code-phrase, and giving thagreed answer. New Job The man showed him a torn %  wrap of paper bearing the word* Direction* to P m Gold'own handwrltng. Gold had given it to Yakovlr-v more than a year bt ton He opened his wallet, look ou* the matehing piece bearing UN words ". aul street .*• and showed it to the atm nger. "Be at the south-weat cornc. of Third-avenue and 42nd-strcat nine o'clock." the tall ma. said. When Gold got there Vakovl. \ was waiting tor him. The two maa u.ilked to Second-a veninaini sat down m a bar. The Sixth Man ordered drinks. "I want you to go to Pans early in Mann to contact a French scientist." Yakovlev said. That will be difficult." Gold replied. "It is not so easy to get away from my new job at Al*Ilrothnian'.; and A*sociatr-s.' Suspected At mention of th nam %  1^: man, Yako\ <'v panicked. "Yoi fool." he saio "Rrothman is being watched by the F.B.I, as a auspec ted spy. Now (he G-men ,ir. sure to get r. your trail." He threw dwn three umes tb cost f th* drinks on the tbl< ana doshod i % %  the bar While Gold walked along with him trying t" !" lm him down. Y.ikovlev kept muttering: "You've spoiled 11 rears of work. You've ruined everything." Suddenly he turned round stared Into Guld* H fat face, and said: "You will never see me in the Unitod States again." Then h P disappeared down a side street Safety First Three days Later, true to his [irlnrjlnl— of d*termlnatlon and safety fimt. the Sixth Man wai in a ship bound for Russ'u. His fears had been well founded. Early In 1947 t* 0 G-men questioned Gold about his renttlonship with Brothman. He braEcned that out. But when the nn was eventually rounded up Brothman got seven years' imprbon ment and B 115.000 fine (theephiid. eginoi K | momboi of iha f.mniv k> curs any of these diseases, comShorl Tingl %  %  %  l ol BIO %  WOOk %  US B dd "! M to one are to 100 WOOkf will lie paid—which llentoB |hal the risks are not and high, exhibitions in I America who seek protwuon .... If They Pall war risks. For a prgtnlum of T200 the '" ""* weather me a regular feature ngaiiut loons of up to 14,000 Th '"' H 1 regular butlnogg also V...1upsets then planI ,' %  O insuie I 90 bin and cxhlblUoi ,| ,! lBl1 buildings bo bold before Octobar —* oa tin Motunomt—falling %  r* hkeiv to a 'ins down and damaging their own way, % % % %  fty. %  W not b More unu nal waa the cot* of Irtp-toaaa dancer the usual 13 mon ;l( U wured her bu-t od to IninliuH the risk of accident or •uro o nly Bog anon tarma of U ,i : ,, or 60 days. ., Mjshn .. TinBoyal P ltd guatt, who had .i tlO,0M paUcy lo ' log) and b-' IU.UIV Inquii leg f o who Infrom ffAg-makers. I for I laTga nufact % %  ount : u Involva %  I When Dr. the tour h:i. pa be postponed. Hugh Han^tton .. IS-yaar-old Kansas City Mirgeon. stumblei a row a/aai I shot of his foot with the gun he wa carryiru*. tho occldanl cost Lloyd £142.000. H.iin.item had Iniurod In. limb against injury for an annual premium of £S57 — and had pan only one premium. An unusual risk which did liol lend to n claim came when UtO 4,500-strong TurkisJi contingent was flown to Korea to join the United Nations forces, Lloyd's insured each officer 01 the Journey for £1,000. the N.COJI for WOO. mid "othe %  ranks" for £100. Channel Girl One of the strangest policies ever Issued by Lloyd's is now being exhibited by them. It wa taken out lo 1025 by an American hi rover the risk of the Knisci being reinstated on tho Oai 01 Throne by November that yam He paid £37 to obtain cover for £3f.7. Old hand, at Lloyd's still re call the stringer who came alonj; and said he wanted to take out an trancg to pay u total losin the avanl of Gertrude Fdeilo %  wunmlng :iie Channel. "Surely." they said, "you want to insure .(gainst her failing to swim the iianncl"'' "No." the man insisted. And s' for a smal, premium he got hit insurancu. The gii! swam the Channel The man collected the money Ho wai tir rude's father! 11 s EMPIRE GAMBLES ON ONE MAN By DON TAYLOR IT was cxliau5tinly humid in cell No. 9. James Fort Prison, on the Gold Coast. Sftttng there was a man of quiet, good manners, having the absorbed air of a scholar. Yet his crimes were the grave ones of sedition and incitement. And in the riots he had insured some 38 men had died. But tho prisoner was content Well he might he, for today, ju*t four months later. The Mn From Cell 9 arrivein Britain, the honoured guest of his Majesty's Government and one of the most important men of ihe ;o.1 Paul Robesun. He campaigned against 'British imperialism." A YOUTH PARTY In the last year of the war he came to the London School of Economics, where he xhted the West Africa Journal, published by -he "West African National Secretariat," which operated from Grays Inn-road. In the lale autumn of 1947 Nkrumah judged he was ripe to go back to the Gold .'oast. Soon, he was making a name for himself—as a Nationalist leader. He formed n party appealing to youth. Then Nkrumah was named as one of those behind the disastrous Gold Coast riots in 1948. He got one sentence of 12 months for inciting more strikes and another, later, for publishing articles to stir up people against the Government. Outside, his colleagues worked up his reputation as a martyr, and when the tirs General Election came to the Gold Coasi early this year, he—still a vonvict—swept the polls. His promises : "Work for all, free education, free health treatment." THE 'ULTIMATE GOAL' Whitehall was shaken. Thousands waited for Nkrumah when, released as "an act of trace,* 1 he stepped out of jail. A fetish priest cut the throat of a sheep and bathed the exCOnvicfg feet in blood. The crowd sanj, "Land, Kindly Light" Since then, in these past 17 weeks, he has behaved ustutel> Before leaving for Britain, ho said that "the ultimate goal remained the attainment of full and equal status as a nation within the British C( minion wealth." Ha will talk about that this week with the Secretary of State for the Colonies. His grasp of affairs commands respect. So far. Whitehall is pleased. But not so Nkrumah's white critic throughout Africa. They think Britain has let the Gold Coast go much too far. much too fast, though Nkrumah says he is a "non-Communist."—L.E.S. Our Hr-ialer** Say : Tit, The Editor, Thr Advocate. SIR.—I hereby beg to endorse the fact written bj one ot you' correspondent* on ihe present method o* selection of workers 'or ment In U.S.A. and the persona who have gained selection. %  in the Laboui Departid give gin BM rebut to thoc statements except the culirit in culprit* whe th, whether they be in the I.-il*Mir i can assure the that those wh'nn he baa %vc taken to line up in the park to register, which takes a whle day, fu think about gffnJgtaaw cornea, tt 11 %  be found with the long as you have as if you ar<> already on They are other immigrants who %  %  . M cerv will say when they see theeo an they did n"l recruit \ These are hard things to say but %  am saying that the immigrant expects to be amlgratad He*, not hiinpen again WORRIED : 'i | % % %  %  lh> mil Victimise the Worker urt yon to fuggest in your laarilm i %  '. Advocate Out only thi vsj Deal %  electad tor work In I'.S.A. ? you can not deny lh.it lid be putting D Uizlnesg and in. :. | og grid unbttlous. in *!>;. ih,. reverse is and UM moat lucrative | J.tMKS STL'ART J UST ejected a vice-president • %  .< %  Royal Aeronautical Mr Geor g e. Robert Edwards, the man who designed new, powerful, f urer ud n ad Jet bomber, the V OsTI M0. wMch made Its Drat flight on May 18. %  irds ione ol the youngest of oui u iignere. At 27 hi began work in the Vlckers drawing office-. >t |l • \i*erimentiil works m.nager at the airplane factory ridge, Burrey. Ri agi 37 when he became the BraVl chief desitncr. So successful was Edwards'* G00 design expected in be that Che Qovenn d Mibstantial production orders f.r the new bomber without wailing for the flrst one to fly. Edwards took an engineering degree at Lord' years ago. Other aircraft he has produced Include the Viking airliner uetd by Ihe lluiish and the Viscount, the a ilrllnar to DM pwoaUor-turbuit engines *TeHE old nMbrk hull | w% % %  %  mlnater School will l>e filled with airline ofncials hum at! over the free world during the second week of September. Occasion Is the seventh annual meeting of the International Ai. Transport Association. Hosts t< Ion from all part., of the world (or this year's meeton: ere B "'d Br:tish European Airways. Presiden will be Sir Miles Thomas. BOA( chili. T HE hoverpianc ha i ed the steeplejack business l50fL-hlgh i i an American chemical plant need ,i hover%  ent up. A ; Baed the tackle >k half ar %  Jted day rnd a hairs work by a steeplejack starting from ground V —L.E.S. ask/or^ UXt'RY OlLl I SOAPS IMrlJtUL LfArilUt • UNO! Galvanized Wove Wire 4" MESH 18" Wt;. L 1 feet 2" ., X 14" 2 .. r .. x M* ,. % 3 .. 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THURSDAY. JINE 21. 1951 Lighterman Gels 6 Months A POLICE MAGISTRATE Lighthouse Life: It's Hard: It's Tough: It's Isolated THI I.IFF of a Lighthouse Keeper is a hard one It iated. At night, in any type of weather he has to keep the lighthouse lamps burr.uv. H. s only off dut\ one day a tNtk. At South Point Lighthouse yesterday the H. er. Mr. Charles S. Thome, was in a happy mood It was his birthday. The lighthouse this year celebrated its Golden Jubilee but its keeper is only 57 vears old. Thr Head Keeper has two assistants. a senior and a Junior. At night they work in shifts of 4 hours end). During theae shifts they have to punch a watch clock every 15 minutes. They keep a sharp look out for ships and record their whereabouts. They sac that the lights are always turning. XA Dlstr.ct "A" yesterda. The watch is open to attack, sentenced 37-venr-old light If a ship runs aground it may be Riley Gill of Britten's Hill St due to the carelessness of Its capMichael, to six months' impns-.ntaJa TUv captain, in order to get ment with hard labour : himself out cf a difficult situaing a blanket valued at $4.13, the mid say that the lighthouse property of Thai* Bros., on June light was not tiurmngit rs then 16. tain's wOf-J sgalnel the am ra not represented bv and the captain has the Counsel. Sgt. Banfteld attached whole crew to beck him up. Poor -., Central Station prosecuted in Keeper he may bo looking fur a ihr case for Use Police One wit. ,ob the following month ncsj ,,„ „„. IW) sau( n|1 Julu The Day s Work 16 he saw the defendant take a The Limps m the lighthouse parcel from ;i lighter it. burn from sundown to sunrise, eenage and hand it to a boy. At sunrise the lighthouse staff has He took the parcel from this another Job. They fill the oil conboy and noticed it was a blanket. lainers with kerosene, clean the The blanket was then taken to the wicks and smoke lubes, polish Bridge Police Station where it eras twelve reflectors and see that identified. Later the everything is well prepared for was arrested and charged sundown. The whole machinery is Police Constable 359 Howardgiven a general clcan-up and overkeeper of the criminal records— haul once every month. This job told the Court that he knew the lakes about two days but the lights defendant who had eight previous are still burnt every night. Every convictions for larceny. On the morning covers are put over the last conviction he was sentenced reflectors to protect them from to three months' imprisonment. CtUSt During the approach of the Gill did not give not Hurricane season and In that appeal at the bar. season itself the staff at Christ It Will \lio\I>VWCATF rv.i 11\; >IOI.IIM: M.IMI hi In Dried Wood far HarbudoH? Mr Pi .\ U Eafttahn Chief In.peftor Vtilluim open hor-i %  **>•> with liorai ii lollon 12 COME ON RODNEY" Forty-two p.-issengers ... % %  From Canada and UM British Northern Islands by UM Lads Rodney. Weal Indian menbara of the crew ami some of the intransits came aabore. Hll I cars, about 30 of them, crowded the Pier Head. "' Relatives and friends or the ,,. . .. ___ passengers and INDIU nrst floor of Ihe lighthouse. This |,„ r .toraee home and ar.c. ThTBiiSSS Warehouie *~— %  il ehKk takes place at rnkl-da>and ,„, „ 0 „ ny o( Ceneral Trader.. , ar.iJnT PorteS shov the reading E recorded in a I03. „, cineiarden. si. Thorn.,, were activity. A, ea,h %  fiKh.hou S e J1 uar.e„ are ^SS TTS wooden";^, !" Y, STZ£ tSLTR provided for the staff. At South hp garage completely destrovrd p.' Point there are two buildings. whl .„ a nrc brokc oul (her ,.. One is for the Head Keeper, and ThD rrport WBI received at thi the other, which Is divided, serv.s y, it Station at 8 20 the sami two assistants. Each person m orn ing and th. ntet inside the M ^iinn m Barbados Up I %  i Colly more %  in mi.mug for a great i umber of yean two large woodworking i-ompames in England. ting ihe u*e ..f dated limber. II.told the Adv*r*lf that much of this timber had been k in dried and f other woods suitable for furniture. Trinidad. St. LUCtfl ami l>om• interesting and useful hardwoods which make charming So doubt, it is possible to import good timber from those islanda and dry it artificially sc that Barbados could .-Inch otl.er islands might i ka to take sdvantagn of. He said that a brief di.-cnption of a modern kiln mav bt OS RV \ nodern kiln i HI bold BOLDLY PAINTED on the wails oi Waly Hall %  '. "\^'\''m,X! ,"' Boss' School is the rootio : "Play L"p And Play The Man 1 %  Mttal moisture of lw And the diligent way thr bova were going iboUt their l^ards, say 60% to a moltture of work yr,,,rdav m, n|n. X, f vWt^ U* %J.UAS3U school, suggests that the> to play the man „, hraV y and anv inteilVet At St Lajonard'a, aoma boya try to reach Un | kaarn tn n a kiln to a annrl of Everton Weekes. ii was thert ht wnl lo pohool and handled his bat. A Junior ol thli acht "I told the Advocate with ngard t.. tha en I %  ( ateel that he likes to look at the picture of tbhi cricket* i .1 it mi 1 kiln. .• mid that hM Bgurei hand's upon the tchool wall, and think how iod ll VTOUld nuajl not bo taken IH' to become as great a cricketer as Weeke Wesley Hall has a roll call of 694. but .,,,1, M ,,„„. y... m „„, roWO HAWKERS — Wilhemma KiiK ,. WareoOUM bated ffOni about vrai lluisluug his punishment b> Carter of Greaves Land. m |dda) until late durlna tba <•"standing In the corner. ^J!^,?^^,\tJiLf^U^M B,ack Rock umi De,cina Barker -"• Intranet passengers were They Imp ., One COUdbttOU of !" J"l "£. ^(SSIS! of Ea Ie Hall-wcre each flntHi ^tJi back to thaahh> White other w^pa il Wedei Hall A pup,: cAdvoelte vUuTrd-V^u" W - by ^JMBF ? ol "' ' "" n ab,rd. "^cd "ot B o to Scotland. ,0 kno^ ,J .}\l Masiftrate for ^ell.n*: lead Brtnj Th, Rodne> tailed rain water. Th.s was u*ed by the Police for using indecent lanLighthous.Kc-epcrs of old when auage on Hall 11 Road, she wn Lhan U no pipe line running further fined $1 JO to the nehthouaa. A well, also „,— r r'ac in the yard, assisted the tank in PRICE Or tiAS the dry season. It was inrorrectly reportad In The storeroom and out-offlces yesterday's issue that it wi proare all situated in the yard. These posed that the price of nnunal and the living quarters were reRlK to the consumer should be cer.lly re|Kiircd and painted. 34 cents per therm a.cordlng to Mr. Charles Thome is an ex0 Bill pnssed by the House oj pcn.iued Lighthouse Keeper. He Assembly. The price f|iiotr-d first worked at South Point in ..Sould have been 40 oent 1935 as a Junior Assistant to Mr In section 3 of the Bill as pubJ D. Wiltshire. In 1938 he was hshed. the figure should tin ierad to Raggey Ior rwul, n iNVl to *;. ?.. die US A. on June Police Constable 134 Jackson on 24 tll i ,. n| k .,, ln<1 iirvvu r.iant Con pan] ALL ADULTS CAN NOW VOTE IN ST. LUCIA ST. LUCIA. June 20. The machinery has been set in Government service to date Is 33 motion for holding the first genvears. aral election under adult nUTraje, He told the Advocate: Lightrt .,th the passing of the enabling hoUM life is a tough life. In all Ordinance by the St. Lucia l>'gJcinds of weather you have to islature. get out of the bed to work, r June 25 has been fixed once saw the local Home Guards registration with try it. but they gave up after October 10. three months. Keeping watch from mid-night on is not run. Always On Duty He said that during the day they mav not be working but they have to" be >n the premises. If the Colonial Engineer visited tin* -abpolling day 100 YEARS AGO LIBERAL 21*t June. 1851. UulesH wr lull back apon th n*vor failing wealkor and that subject would be entirely eshauted when we bad said that It continue* showerlug and comparatively cool we sre without the materials for a iingla paragraph of news either local or from abroad, or a topic or any man ner of public interest upon which even to perpetrate eveu an apology for a leader. Those who tax the colonial press with a want of industry on account pf the general deficiency cf original matter which It present*, are ••/•ty hit if unreasonable as the Egyptian of old when he re quired of the onn of Jacob a certain tale of bricks without a proper supply of straw to make it . ikej not thinking %  nu turned beck 10 ms book with triumph In his eyes as If he ui <• %  taring; "| have got ii Kg had found %  was i" gal nut UM doing A woman teachei was 111 charge of Ihe infants class. Tin tin' infants class are me %  hubby lace boyi SI r regularb from thaii email handt, iiut thej %  n on HWh i" i" m has thai the ilatea seldom I i ah 'I U, V. lit.III. it" and "doi", tinsound pice • >f the iH'-r1 .in tin* -> 1 iptuie '.' be beard. When the Adu f. ra N had si Mary's f • K ace ami were hurrytnf "ff to lllll. In the nearby class a little feiT> tree when Bhaaeipeari uted to hide his io\i letters to Anne Hathaway, At about 10.40 if you were walking towards class I. you would have heard the teacher call' ing loudly. "Wli\ an they all alike"' Then came the immediate reply, by all the boy* they are all straight Um 4 Bursaries Will Be Awarded For Industrial Training the Mpimrtiinity to nudge his neighbour and make e>< The boys of class VI were somewhat noisy yesterday nnd the teacher had six of them standing on the bench to punish them As the leach* ,; !i boy lo gel on the bench, the boy next to him who had reaib been the culprit, said In mocking under lone, "Clet on Ih'. In-rii h. .I'ne Class VII was doing Algebra about II o'clock yesterday. On tinblack board was the sum. "If a equals 3, b 4 and 0 8 Hi i the value of 2 be plus a A fellow sitting on a com. | was biting his pencil lop | i ingly as he tried to get over these b'l and e'g, the next class the broke off from telling the boya, "The basin of the On Rrahmuputra is predUcUVO densely populated. ." to sa\, "Come here. Jones' Thelerl teacher had caught Jones pul at %  be increased alwaj training from period. Band slmuld play in the yaro. lf .,„,, vvneil neceaaary, bj resothe Si. Leeasavali Dudley Knight U the si-nior ]uuoil of lho j,.gtsiaturi' without Technical SthooK Mr. T A D Clarke the beadassistant at S'-uth Point. lie has f urlhor gmeodmeht t<> the Act r)r Cummlna said thai he had rnaalei af St. Laau been workln* w.lh liKhihouse* lh ,, (i CMnmins al( | Ihirt mUnurttll ,,. ... lt |„,,.d leaching for 42 years and c since 103ftI!-sennsd as a junior it would g| W Qo v ernnwut the u have technical srhooU •"" >hat he tuiight m assistant at Rasged Point and was ,,„ w ,., l(l increase the buraArteS |f r K. I). Mottle) M %  '' %  '' Clat v H nas l,e, n he d transfein-l '-> Smith Point in '** %  '• from time to time as they thOUgcrl Qovem eenl was (JKKNADA. June 2' C-abriei Benjamin Barbados-borri Methodist Minis I ter who served in Trlnld id 1 Barbados, sr la.. L Vincent,f last nichij In adkUtkn lo hi I H' 'i,. was prominent municipal and other public sei vices and wii a member of U Boards of Education of St Lu< ami (irc-nuda fw long periods I He leaves a wife, three sons i two daughters. One *"" "• i>r. M. A Byer,] mother boy ond after glut .: Senior Medi Ointment Snap ps Toreli Bulbs j A J Pla i-1 Kln.i a lbs. Langley* Liver Salts i i .hn Bronchial Cough syrup Nujol 1.1 HI. Is Sarsaparllla Kvi olio Feeder^ and Teals N. 'iii,.i in. HI, t i inte Wax Papei PondM Tissues ,\'...is Chocolates Nellson i Choolali in t'hii'.i %  Ki.lne, ,v Liver Pills Dr. Chase'* Nerve K I inChase's Paradol Codol Toilet Soap Esterbrook Pen. twmm KN(.IAM) v's Shaving Bowls Lanslol (Solid A Liquid) I'rell Shampoo J & J Baby I-otion A (ream Skul Sun Tan Lotion Photo KI.MII.-S Rials Cigarette Leaves Iradol A i Oil Caloa Tooth Powdei Mall K <-l Liver Oil i Yeast Tablets IT is Cripe Water Mars & Crest Bars Curie Ones werklni i South Point 1945. ,,. tor 31 years. CA8TMME8 u//./. /. I TRWStllPWM PORT tn tell c B %  I JS^ n"t7"bccause !" !t"waThoiie."! ": %  There are 455 boys on the regwent on the number of h(iwr ,, r have Uked hi SM not "J •^ "£** '^a""' *nce iHirsurles would be Increased. Tll .,„. g-gueiston of the aum*g* m e I c nl 5 !" y itSThvJ Having regard to the Question M r Q| buraartes but an increase There are nine claases^o havvi^allnnnl nn nRllsr %  three weeks. Tne I^EMr. J. H. Wilkinson -'Out: Islature approved the expend!he was not opposing the Incrwasi >-iys wt lure of £ 1.900 to effect improveof the bursaries, lie hoped did maaa that (iovernmet.t for hoi t %  I SM h work ments on the wharf for the new however, that pert of going furthine." two boys were slandn > I out 0 ST. LCC1A. Ju is been I'.nalL %  v. nded and this i %  lately buill Bl !%  ooard's On school. Considering U i ihc move over, the Boi la ipylng t W "fl>. here thi %  not abandoned the You would only have known th. 1 ii (ii SHWC in J .null collage. Jvimt Pi ncr ia nurr> lnm GEORGE PAYNES is GOOD COCOA FINE — PURESOLUBLE. .in, i. hm last week, he had ii tin owner of .< eei ttnliei works in England wli %  Id him that he recently buill • rce double de ch ad hilns which | vcre now completed and were i. satisfactorily. Th. .. Kngl in.I was C7.500. NOW! Dental Science Reveals PROOF THAT BRUSHING TEETH RIGHT AFTER EATING IS THE SAFE, EFFECTIVE WAY TO HELP STOP TOOTH DECAY with Colgate Dental Cream COtGATE JISI UttlVSD %  •I III VI i HICK sr \n 11;\ \ A tmnwsNA Obtainable from H. JASON JONES & Co.. Ltd. S...K II. ....Iil..l linge-r S.iil* C Alt inlour* ••Ma '**? *-aUlaarrinj NAII PolUh I'Kiciv IAOI SHIMKBRINO NAIL POLISH brings a sparkling sclnli I have the rlchiust of brocade. as sparkling at n cascade or wquins. There are six sl.adei In I viur selection KMUIIS I l>llll l £loJsM.l Ihe Minnesota For Ladies & Gentlemen Boys and Little Girls. I \DIIS srvi.rs Include men tunoiu ana n lho Skyline D'OrNj) llu< iiuiiir> ( !. i.iiui A While Court, ihiMinnesota and Ihe icntatfonaHy n SCONI i (IK MIS Hun en .ir ihcri ibc i HI PI I I SANDALS and V U i"l


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Mf;i -i\ ilAKIIMKK ADVOCATE TlllltSI.AY. Jt'SK It. I1N HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON fl "\ &T c gapCfe^i THf GAMBOLS ^t-L#l 'A i


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i in RSDA1 ii \r n, i ,.\ CLASSIFIED ADS. BAKU \l>OS ADVOCATE i' \(.l •>! \ I TKUVHONI IMS Marriage or BtiS ..( word! I ion svu: rnii.K PALES REAL ESTATE BUNOAI m PI IN. ii \oiui:s %  I IN .Ml MDKI \M Al TO.MOTIVi: %  1MB %  1:011 vno.vii. %  OL, Roo%  %  K % % %  • %  ..,. %  %  %  %  a la., I" %  i "W inllao. . %  i %  %  m i> i g as Afpi] u w c .1-1*. Ruen street ID e it in POULTRY One pair Black fllliWI saw UIH-I Kins*, our pair Sat met In fhtmr albO Sft 1 31—31. LIVESTOCK %  nuilon, Si. nisi in ELKCTRll AL is a si—t ,iii li su i ".vWvi •0 Sktarca BAl;:. Prateeence %  •w % %  BaBAPOS SliV'i'iM: TMAniXfi CO. LTD The MDVI hA. *i|| |>r .1 up Piabtar Coni|UIn al thr "*•""•' !" ma-,, UH ii*i at a m CARH1NGTON iUt.V. NOriCR I 01 -I ri im Parawhial Trraaui.i M0J1 n opened on atacuntaj. Xd June. ilt Iopen on Tuesday IBth. Wadi Thunaw) JI and Prtdaj a %  Mft-SIrad. S ptnhM of land I 3 galleries, kxinar. S bMis>in. a bathroom. I .rage and Mrv.nl•** garden m grounds. In.peaiioii on application lo the Careru> be sold separate!) < % r sale l p attire. James StTWl, %  TIM I I i up ft ..I mil -n. on SOaLVADOM iJJ-Miceii ....... MISCELLANEOUS 1 a G si—a > TT.A ...l.VI'CA I.. Drug Korea %  %  3D s si-: n Shiedd.d Wheat, Coin -lake-. Cream .,( H I md Quaker Onta. l.egr A amall pack . HotuaH Slrret. Dial MM ., ? E ^ SIDK H 0 "*"* al loot of Cleaver < f-l-twain* IwpuUr b..i' >r,gh Rock1 C-UIJfTI'llKs HOUSE, standing nn a ectea. a pap ,| in j rre.w-J on huth proii ll >nt..t> -ah *.-, %  0 delightful WISH H contains t \o^ a verandah, •mine room, three bedroom. M| rOssl a. SO) VS d erected on high [liuo'il w itli view i.i >..i .11,1 [...ri il I %  %  Thg house eontaina open Ml %  Me* bedrooms v J'urn in iM-rfetl \ • . ... i! PbOfM BtUl or na laosien QALVANISEfl SIIFKTS IK.t MMStf Chr ,.i.r>t hi Ihe Island ft M W. 7 ft S M, a fl s Tl; 9 II f T 54. 10 fi M 40. N.tl MM. batter hu.ry I A UAIINES 4, to. LTD. i.a.n t i % %  THURSDAV JUI al 2 pm al l.l Avenue Allevne'a IJIIWI. Il.i-ri Hall, a % % %  i" 1 US in*M Md %  nil, h .-.M10 x a %  with ahed roof 1(1 x ft %  a with House adjoi-ilng above ie a 9 a land ran bo rented U 00 quailer. It AIK-IIEH MeKENKtt: I 17 li M In I .1. I kind per (MSIIM VI MJt'VBNinfl ( 1 %  108 it m Lai Nr Siitpmet.l ofirnU I'll VNi %  | t lb Tina ii...l Ham* 10 II. il II IB per lb also Baron sliced or W M Ford, 3S Rocburk >;. Dial 340*. and HI -III Friday Und al a p IT a.. Ltd. I will sell at their garage I y mouth Sedan Cai In pirlacl indtln. Teima Cash. H AlCCM %  BUHstaft, AuettorMMr 17 i 31 3n llader The llissanns! Hannicr On Thundav next Ihe Hat June at Ihe spot at tlie i WofS Hill. Oppoaite HllertoTi Hoad. St Grorac, I will sell one Double-loofid PIIKArtUfaR COOKFJU. aultabU MM • the moat nniiomiral and I i BtaaMM, Ud 'W.WVAV/V.V/.V///''/' NOTICE J til APPLICATION Fill! j I NAimil/ATION S I -',-,'.•,','.',*-*.-,'-REAL ESTATE JOHN M. 1.1 4DON A.P.S., f.f A. FOR SALE H %  %  icarder.*. i l..rre bedi.aaa apaeloua |.-i-i 1 l'honc 37S U ri H fa, IHh n of cr iuike-1 a> Haynea Co, I .Id. <• Just between 10 am. and li-. lound an Oven put Into mlsUke HI itr Ail.ix-.it. A'luiliiintt lupt. Licence Controls For All U.K. Expovts LONDuN. June 19. i T ley Shawctow. Prcaidvnt uf Ihe British Board of Trade, announced todsj was lo impose export licence control on all goods senl from !ho Uniled Kingdom lo China and I long Kong. An order givuii; SttScI Co thai decmon hud been published today. He said export licences would be granted treely for goods not considered of military or strategic importance to China, subject t< It) and prior claims on Bfltsln'l resources. He said the effect of the order, which would come into force on WOUld bo bo enable to keep a close watch on : : to China, and in the %  Kporta to Hong Kong, lo hasTSsU rtaSa it seemed i Iring from ng authorities whether or Uon wsrs I 4 use in Hong Kong, or whether the importer was to reexport them to China. The United States" State Department said today it was encouraged by Britain's decision re• porters to obt ill for all goods exported to China and Hong Kong. Lincoln • ,ie Department spokc*n\y this (.ovornment II encouraged by RstaSfi to CUt ... of strategu lo taal proclaimed aggressor in —Reute*UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER BY Instruction! received I will aaU i .,i Ma hSaSi St I li.iad. li.. %  IB i %  %  . -I ,\l <,KIIIIIII. .ao.s3i--i Discuss Defence Strategy Toda.) laONDON, Julie ^0 . ....mwealth cimntrirs meet here i<> dttatcusi pro i ,:r;te,;y In IM war, The n 111 I"' Middle East and the South Wesi Pacific, but mnustris STS Sl Saapsetsd to discuss the >>< i ,, snd to msks IOBH for training and equipping forces. i Jtrofics ixpartsd to lasi a WSSfc, "ill '-• I %  /inland. South Africa. Southern RhodSStl >V' mi -i i. m IMII -IXT l-BI I I II Hal \ At 1 IMt Ta the IIIIIUK fe.WI>f %  perlall* MM -,gh riaUSl fisau. at Pete. riCE thai we. the TtuMaaa ., imona are about lo Mn of (HO** aaaaMN A. I atSTaa thai • %  peel of Ihe Am I-as been bearnwed under Asia Art. laoo. IM Ihe case may awi In Oji.Hi thi lath ie. isol CUAll IMlH : C S, I'At'KHI. \'l I r i**i an rtRISH Or f MKlKl IHIKH I* obtained IIOIII in> uAKr and accompanied by be leceivad .• up lo a p m on Monday lltli June. Itttl. for one or %  %  r ilgajl— %  BSBBI tandidalo. tmi.t be daughten of part ahaaMassMi and not leas than IS years a months or more .1. of ae on Ihe date of the i i must pineal themsarvaa to hr lleadml.tma -I the r<.undatlon School on Fridav r,tn J..lv Issl. st ISO WOOIl •Si'imAHP. Ckrk oi the Veaiiv, Chrl.t Church. 17 11 an. FOB man Mlaiinum cha'pe vee't T| seali I* c II MassfsaM .-I I I I. — M i—ds 3 ceai. a teoed srse* I ( i d aw Jundanys HOUSES BUNOALOW — On Ihe seacoast in HI J. r, .* Apass: Mra Cola. At hoi Blalr. >.ppoa.* Appieby. w j. !" .. ISIlt lr tllUKlHIlJ. Musdl Coast, hedrooma, basma m each, dining dia' ln| room Unfumiahed fioin Adgua; I ''oply Lynch. Top Rock Telephone OH I i r appointments lo view IS t II—J IVKNlSMfcD APARTMENT, al Coral •--ids. Worthing, with Silver at Unar.. %  '•id Sea bathing For further parti.i*IM a o si tf %  ayVfUaW" Jaekson. a Bedroom*. J and Drawirux Room. Dial .vi % %  iiti.'.i.,. 30.131. In WA.vrr-ia SHIPPING NOTICES Miainam rharue u-ee* T> eeali aad IS cawt. a^ajststvi M U-Ordi — oser M MM a lourtf wee*HELP CtstlK .!• It.I %  • 31 IJ PART-TDaat ffTaMOTYPMlT. per dav. ttri aatod knoitledsle of book %  raping \ llox M. c %  olth full pa> isas MISCELLANEOUS WANTED TO PVRCHASK, mltee from CBS inland one acre land prafswablv anUl view ..nuble for build in Coaitaa-t T M c o Advocate, slat kef MM • II I !!-. ofHca and accompanied by bapMnai crrtiflcasn will be irreived at my • expressed flee up to SM p m on Monda< lh me, 1UI. lor one or more VaatOBl • iiri.t kurrh Ve.ti> KxliibilioMi tenable al Ihe i i.Utinn School landidale. imM b> son. of I'amhion %  than II leaf I dale of tha examination Candidate* must pieaenl llieni.rl.r* for la the Headmaster at Ihe i School on Friday ath July 30 am WOOD OODDARD, Clark ol the Vestry, Christ Church IT I 11 In NOTICE M iII OF HI l,| III -. il Sealed tendera, marked on Ihe envelope i i • Pavilion al Sauranta Village", will be received at my office up lo 3 p in on hlonrlay 3lrd IW the ereciiou of a Pavilion at The Sarleanl*. Village Playing Field. Copies of the plan and sperlflCallona uned from Mr B B Moulder Si Messrs A rt.rue. I I M nn depoail of Ihe Ml 01 IKe dollars .|tlai. which will l>e refunded on returning Ihe l.l.... li. Hi MaWMM Eaeh tenderer -hould atatc Ihe data by whlrh II la anticipated the work -111 be COaxafeeSKl and BUO •ubmlt the names of llirig tu become bound r will be rtuulr intn n lonlract with Ihe V*r erection of Ihe building. %  iv rl %  !,.. %  hind Itself lo .vonti <;oirr>AKD. Ctr.k Ol the Vealry. Chrhi Chureh II I A Nornca .... the r~tle of FJ I A LOUUI I HUMIT" >N i-i hn.r ( hurrh. whr l-i.. d ofTtlM IBli day nl Mnvember, HMO. are herrbr required tn ii,.rs of Ihelr elalms duly ntte-ted In Ihe iindeisigned. > %  Mesara rd | ( a leS, 17. High Sti"t. ilrl'lgetown. RollelloTs. an or bo fore Ihe IMh d;.ol August IMH. aftei ed h> dastrlbute Ihe MgtU of Ihr deeeased among Ihe parties Milled thereto having tagaid only to %  uch claims of which 1 sliall then have had notke, and thai I -III n"t I" li'bio .,(. or Ml t...rt (hereof so dialiihuled to any peron nt whose del or claim I shall not then have hi Sth day ol June. IS1I T T lutADlXf. Public Trustee qualified Administrator of tl Estate of Ell" Louis* Cnimplo LaAwyers Protesl BUENOS AIRES. JuBS M %  i s of the %  .'. IpBpST I-a Pren>a protested yesterdoy ;ig;un*;t ths demand for the payment of $2,270,000 In back Customs duty on newsprint Their demand WS* lor payment f dUt) ">ce 1939 on pSper im|-nled for La Presuu. ,n. Id |asS*n King, let! D) tli.i'.l.ni.i :>i Went Indies and is %  frei|nent guestioner in Parliament i subjects ar7eeUa| ihe grsS. He agrees with Ihe KeneuUy lews that the increasing iiopulation problem Is the gravest danger to the futuie ol IBS Itiilnh Caribbean territories and suggests that the only solution lies in a regional approach to ihmnil'iev. Barriers 'Unless the normal healthy Bsttrs lor self Government in %  H li colony is quickly harnessed to the idea of regional OMBssaMtlOB there is the danger that buj local patriotisma will put UD ' develepmetil ,f the i a whole, which In the long run might prove fatal to the well-being of all West Indian peoples". Hi' points out that already resistant.in federation has been developed in certain quarters and rgues that until all inhabitants of i tasn Csrtbbsoa i. fare common problema and ihare a common destiny that reslstanee is unlikely to lessen. Mr Iiraine suggests that federation alone can promote the n\ili'inmon destiny MiupsUtlVS rather than complementary. Therefore the need i. to foster future development in such a way that emphasia is put upon oroademng economic activity over Ihe region as a whole, rather UlsB upon intensifying competition be.'iiiividii il i<>iilines. Such a problem could only be tackled upon a regional l*v-l Further. seXtontMB SfOUld pSt> it the iinpiiivi-nient and enordination of communit.it encourage Ihe attrSCUOB <>f tWfST" seas capital arid faeilltale the' londtnt of external trading relitions. "Tinnet n —speedy %  .< %  lie i nil. IlKal L a ItJ i. W' | ii. | have rnsfl) MSDdS hut time is DO. •<<>• %  BS :hem." sr>.v, oki.i \'• "li • I %  ALCOA -S Al... %  %  1 .1 '" %  J'CA LCST TO £ DOS "THROUGH INJURIES' 11 rasa Oar o... I .....pend.ali KINl'.srON. June IK Manager Alty Sasso of Ihe Kingston Clubs soccer team which toured Barbados, told reu< i it i. if Barbados football "Their Manilarn> ii" imi %  %  %  will lam rhen li Bimsbire hud whipped ths Qtll team? KC was never at full Strength. sateUUIgl I Sasso -.ud. "Always SSI injuruvSPRAY PAINTING CO. FOR TRINIDAD irrasn Our O-a l airs POHT-OF-SI'AIN A new s**rai paintlasj company with a capital of some S100.tN.Kl arsu I-iai ui> In Trinl I The name of the new comLKinv Wil) bi v Corej Metal (\unpanv and will be engaged In spray painting especially in tl BBd Oil industries. IORIIT THOM 111) M l\ .i>'iK XMil.lll M'.RVICF ArPI.V:-UA COSTA A CO, I.TII -<'AKAIH \N SERVICB HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay %  l|-.l,,, s. lenta W. Sch I arty Nueleen. S H Lady Rodney, 4.SO* loagi mt (apt I -Blanc, from Montreal via ~ S Fothe nernartotle. Schooner Lucille M Smllh. II ton net. Capl Ha—ell Horn nrltlsh (Juiana IIIIUHI h M V I arlbbee IM tuna not. Capl Oumta. lor SI I Ilelqueen. 44 lona Ml. Capl Hksti ll.-laa ISU lona nei t ant ll.um. lor Trim.i. i ss Ij,]. Rodney S0S Inn. m gM I .lllai In Touch with Barbados Costal Ststion CAHIX ASi) WIHF.IJUH1 .West Indie. lid advlsa that tl-n c.le with the folio* lug Uil| Ihelr llarbadoa Coast Slallon flK Mormaclark, aa. Folke a a CaaTSal. %  %  Sunells. % %  Arn|" Washlngln. s a Esao CasfUOL. H*sna. M LaSy Nelson, as. Lady Sod ,, -. (.a-.og.ie. a a lt.-l.ia. II . Uruguay, ss. RU-ncla. Voyager, is. Fort Asnhant. at %  Ikinlln. sa Campsch*. I Alhoa, a. Na.-i.h.-. Kouiitourtolla. %  %  • • Akoa Planlei as Port Dime"'. a All... a a Slulltta. Itagnhlld nr..vlg. a a (ladlla. .ii M Juvenal. •• Alcoa Pointer. I Irvlngdal*. sa MntmiHtun. • Kl'i Maluiaiiger. as Redatone. ai Poseidon as arena, a a Tre'ilv. %  niiinigh' %  > stasw. > %  rasa. • %  rolorea .a Casablanca. %  > i a Ki.'l'" a Hiaaaur... I" B a P liegenlllon. a a kmlan Msrinri a %  Monnacdawu. as -S J.—', • l>. 'i IS PASSAGES TO EUROPE Cofjsad Antilles 1-iodu.is. limited. Roaoaa, DOSBII sailng to RuroM T*s usual ports ot Dublin, London, n Rollerdim. Slagls fare LiO; usual reduction for cnildri! ,v-t'-'.'.ii--'.'.'-v.cv-'-cwtiWV-w^v %  '"/; FYFFES LINE. The T.S.S. GOLFITO will be arriving from Southampton on Saturday, 23rd June, at 7.30 a.m. and will be sailing at 5 p.m. the same afternoon for Trinidad. There is ample 1st Class Accommodation available lor Trinidad. Apply f WILKINSON cv IIAVMS CO., LIE f indml I. .. K. ivllle. i RATES OF EXCHANGE II 1 IS pr Cheques ,m %  ajadaal M| | I" i I ,;-ssMswaw TO-IIW A 11 ^ii M mi GALVANISED RAIN WAiKU FITTINGS (nil I..Obtalasd Irian i tin H:\IIIAI i yieoiui ti ii FOR SALE Buildings and Land now occupied by The West India Biscuit Co., Ltd., in Spry Street. For particulars apply to . K. R. HUNTE, C o K. R. Hunte & Co., Ltd. Lower Broad Street. 21.ti.GJ. In. Comer of Broad A Tudor Street* 0H.lS.hH' stsMli*--* ECONOMIC PROBLEMS Errol Barrow, B St.. Econ. Dr. Ida Oresvev MA Sit John Bsint, C.M.O 0 BE. K. II. Btrsw, BA. Mrs. Gertrude Williams. (Reader In Social Economic*. Bedford Coll London Unl*.) st the Britain Council. Wakcfleld at S p m. Thursday July .'.tb of tho Public are invited to -end In written f.r arwwer on the ; nicht. 0 Adinlsslon: fBEE -.',',*, *.-----,'.','.*.'.'-*-',','.*-'-'-o-. 'X FLOOR COVERING LENGTHS 27" Wida 36" „ 72" .. IM" .. ALSO DRY PELT UNDERLAY. Very prrtty p.iltriii> and rSSSSBaUy l'"<' 'I PLAXTATIOXK LIMITKII Till BARBADOS MlilllAI 1.11 K ASSURANC1 MHIIIV ELECTION OF A DIRECTOR Notice is hereby p.iven that an Extra ordinary Meetm.' ot the nullified Policy holders of the auovenamed Society will be held at the Society's Office, Beckwith Place, Bridgetown, on Friday, Oth July, 1951, at 2 o'clock p.m. for the purpose of electing a Director in the place of Mr. Walter C. Boyce, who has resigned his seat. C. K. BROWNE, Secretary. I7.IL5I '.ii. CRICKETERS al%a Wr mn siiu|il> >>m .Mill > ...IT rsnalransBta nl %  • HATS, BATTINO GLOVES BALIS PADS PADS, WICKET KKI.I'IMi I.Mifi* SCOBS BOOKS .. BtlCBS Al.I. REASONABLy PR1CKD Pay us :i \is'l Tll-IIAY and BUSS v.mr SeMH o Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd. 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Morrison Recalls Negotiators From Dispute For World Court British Persia i IIIM lion U.K. Troops Alerted As Tension Mounts —LONDON, June 20 FOREIGN SECRETARY Herbert Morrison to day recalled British negotiators from Persia where the Government moved to take over British oil installations a few hours after the collapse of Anglo Iranian talks. British forces within easy reach of the crisis area stood ready to carry out Morrison's promise m Parliament: "We are not prepared to stand by idly if the lives of British nationals are in jeopardy." Md Marshal Sir William Slim i 'I Of the Imperial General U tailed in lo n meeting f Minister? today before the Foreign Minister told a tense hsouee i>f Commons he was again referring the dispute about natloruUuiBfl the AngloIranian Otl Compnnv to the International Court of Justice at The Hague. Authontativa sources said Britain's new application to the Court would in effect ask for a "freeze" —Injunction to stop cither side taking any steps that might prejudice the eventual decision. British dependant* were advised to leave Persia as tension built up In the great Abadi.n refinery plant wheie workers have been ordered be the Persian Government to ignore instruction; from London Reasonable Morrison told the Common* that the British Government was convinced that all fait opinion would regaru the proposals made to 1'crsia as eminently reasonable. ID the proposals were money for Persia's present needs, accept.mce of the principle of natlonand obvious foundations for a fruitful partnersnlp. "Unhappily," Morrison said, the %  Persian* required, only half an hour in which to arrive at a iontrary opinion." It was apparent that Persian ntatreta were expecting omplete capitulation to their demands without dlasssgsJnB. Claiming that the Company had helped immensely to raise the %  Mndgni of living in Persia, he [| seems that the present i Q ovarniMnt are blind to %  hiin-.ds of their country." The Foreign Secretary war-vd that it needed only a slight devitlon rrom the British starTs high technical skill to cause irreparable damage In ihe oilfield country. end disastei to life and limb. I ould affect not only the ml installations but neighbouring townships. When Morrison finished his statement, Conservative? pres s ed for a debate on the Persian crisis. The Government agreed to hold one tomorrow. I Asked If there was any attempt being made by Persia to seize the Abadan oil refinery Morrison replied: "not so far as 1 know." n Churchill asked if Oaf Government had made up their minds whether the British were lo l>e evacuated from the oilfields Hani on aild i i anaed an anything about that. It would be most foolish, most unwise and most risky. "Anthony Eden Deputy Con**rvatltw leader asked fcr assurance that there was no question of evacuation „ IgorTtMa said he did not want to bo pressed on this It might precipitate the very' uiflleultiea they wanted to avoid. >l dissent came from some Conservatives at this answer and Fden isked for the assurance that Government had not taken and not take any decision to i.„ iintish rights without consulting Parliament. Morrisen said the Government had not taken any decision like this. The British Admiralty said toi ;ght that the 1.470 ton frigate r*u arrived at Bahrein In the I i in gulf on June 13 Wren armed with a six. four ii eh and ten smaller guns had previously been stationed at Bahrein, but has been refitting at Colombo Royal Air Force stations throughout the Middle-East have :.een alerted following last night's breakdown of Anglo-Iranian oil talks. A ReuterS message from Teheran *ny* that the Persian Cabinet to-mnht held a three-hour Cabinet meeting in |he tiny bedroom of the sick P;emic Mohammed Mossad^q. Members of the Cabinet said afterwards they wrre not afraid of being unabb ,o run the oil installation if British technicians leave. They said their princip.-l fear was of sabotage, but did not make it clear from what qti.vter thev expected It. Depu'y Premier Hussein Fatemy told Renter after i| had been definitely decided no oil would be delivered to tanker.-, at Abadan paid to the Persian f> verniuent or u promissorynote made out to IV, rfatiooal Iranian Oil Company. "We have issued instructions to this effect to Persian ment repraaontalivea already on the sccic." ha added Earlier Mo&sadeq issued a slKnotnt panel nt InMrVtOona. saying; ( 11 All instructions from the Director and the Board of AngloIranian Company are nut vain) or enforceable fro.n today. TOO MANY COLOURED "LOAFERS" In Ijondon I.ONDON, June 20 Members of the Lam bet n Borough Council, a South London suburb agreed tonight to LI>prodch the Colonial Office and other London boroughs with suggestions foi regulating the flosv n* CO! >ured people to London. Uo*l allege* that Britain was udmitliifg loo many coloured people who "only wanted to loaf" Some, it was said "loaf about Orausament halls, existing on iuppon from public assistance (relief) authorities. "Cnli.ur.il people are making a ihon.iigh nuisance or themselves" aid Councillor M. T. W. Easbv. Conservator"I have heard of the deplorable antics they got up to in some houses". The Brit I* Nationality Aet, 1948, allowed coloured people to enter the country "without let M'iMianec" yet in Nassau which he recently visited, a Government permit was necessary to take %  Job. and in Southern Rhodesia he had had to sign a %  Utamcfll saying he was not staying and would not take a job. Alderman. Lieutenant Colonel Marcus Liplon. local Member of Parliament said the number of roloured men waiting for jobs, at Ihe local labour exahaafg i, remarkably small %  >>i the number who don't '! %  > nv work. 1 Reuter G. Men Round Up U.S. Communists WASHINGTON. June 20 G-Mcn seized 17 second rank leaders of the United States Communist party today and charged [glean and four other not yet in AIDI conspiring to advocate the overthrow of the United States Government by force and violence. The 17 in eifeU rested In a carefully planned round-up in most, cases outside their homes in Pittsburgh, and DM Mg| in New York. G-Men were still hunting the other four over four hours after i he Federal Bureau of Investlgsjttan got bhe green light to move against lesser Communists in a Supreme Court division two sfaafea ggo sustaining conviction of top flight leaders. MlAlt THE ANIMAL FLOWER CAVE school children if.itlinr to IM the Krploi i tion Company'* team dgtll UID nrst lest nol" which will gtvs Gmlf Oil Company infornisUee M to tlic beat .pot to iuk iu first all well In Bsrhado-i The drillers are finding ninny snag* with the first hole but titey hope that to-dsy the bole will be deep enoagli for an expljutva to be set off under th. around The waves Mt up by this nsplo-ivn will be recorded photographically In a ipeeial re cording van This is the first of a sene* of bole* It was >n feel deep when tinphoto wu tak.n The Dust Comes From Cape Verde Met. Man Says THE METEOROLOGICAL OFFICER. Purr... Irani dad. state* that the thick haze over B.irbndns is thought to be> volcanic dusl from an eruption a: Cpr Wrclr l-l mdajr accused the State Department of surrendering Ihe principles for which World War II was fought. I Since the 194ft Yalta Agreement. —Reuter. 'he declared, the United States i foreign policy has been based or i "concessions to Communism an.I fear of Russia." He demanded an end to what he called the "pulny i of appeasement." i General Hurley. Republic.m %  [testifying in the "Mac Arthur' HELSINKI. June 20 |Senate inquiry He le the alvrenUi d is holding free Demo• witness to give evidence. i elactioM rant Hurley ( rlllrwe<1 iu s ,.,„. h .„ partment for "injii-Ueef." done t. him by Secretary of State AsM%  on In his testimony at thfl inquiry. "My primary purpose la to show what were the underlying principles of American Foreign policy at the beginning of World War II and then to show where, when and how our State Department f.urrendcred them and embarked on an entirely different policy" he said —Healer. Finland To Hold Citations In July A spokesman at the British Middle-East Lend Forces headi uarters stated "all steps to protect P.ntish lives and property in hnvr been taken." Mc-'iawhile In Cyprus, 774 miles tamn, men of the British Kith I'.-iriiehute Brigade stood by tosttgM for the second sure evening. All day hundreds of them were seen marching in the norlhei part of the island as part of their r.mline training. Even though Kd marched up to 12 miles crtN country in full m. 'ching o:iler the "Red Derlls" looked U The Angln-Irrinian Company Inforrnr'tion Department Is to be closed. High sourci-s hare thought these Instructions might mean that Persian workers at the Abadan refinery would be ordered to turn offj taps on pipes used for loading | tankers unless each cargo was! acknowledged by an official re-1 ceipt to the Nntionnl Iranian Oil ; Companv While Mossadeq was in his morning conference he got an appeal from the United Slates' Ambassador Grady urging him to give "most carv/ul cor^ to last night's rejected British compromise offering immediate payment of £10,000.000 and further monthly pay • a I C 3.000.000. British Ambassador Sir Franci? Shepherd told corresp"'J*^rit' I %  hod explained to the Shah the aetngers of the Persia! ment's policy and the Shah understood the situation an*< %  npreciation of the questk>n. The Ambassado* added he had told families of British employees to take advantage of i nali Ctalic month. 1'nough she lost the war and is kej • out of the United Nations by Bussiu's veto. Finland has manMi i tfl maintain her own DemOtratlc waj of life. Finns will poll safely, knowing no secret Polled are peering over their shoulders Six parties are competing: Agrarians with Sfl seats in Parliament; Social Democrats 54; People's Democrats 38; ConservaUves 33; Swedish Peoples' Party and Liberals with five seats. All Parties agree that good rclaJlbns with Russia is the only possign policy. They are split I home Issues. The big problem is the cost of living. —ftraeer. Russia Rejects Western Note PARIS. June 20 The Soviet Union lo-day mainlal>ed It! demand that the North Atlantic treaty should be Included In any Agenda for a Big Four meeting of Foreign Ministers. ItesHer Truniar? Selw L'p "Cold War" Board WASHINGTON. June 20. President Truman to-day created a "Cold War" Strategy'Board ..nd named Gordon Gray its director at the salary of $16,000 a year. The President said the purpose of the new organization would he to provide "for more effectivpiannmg co-ordination and COD duct within the rrnmewotk approved by national policies l psychological operations" fleeter Gulf Hopes To "Explode" Today JJUNDREDS of gallons of water are being poured into the earth at St. Lucy every day in the search for oil. The Barbados Gulf Oil Company this week began near the Animal Flower Cave in St. Lucy, a refraction seismographic survey which makes under surface measurements. These will be made at selected points across the islunil from St. Lucy to Christ Church. In charge of the Survey is Mr Arthur 'i\ of the Independent Exploration COT. n v A Houston, Texas. Admiral Carney Anim In Rome Mist enshrouded Barbados for the thud i oooa o uUvs da day. I'.ie skv Uiough hi I about lu rail. The sun was .Tarcely seen for the daj Simitar weather wn'. experl, %  and si i. H % %  Kednev aakan whan the ship %  nrhoreti An Blgagh Aimv Commimsq %  i %  a nlghl aJ ri aarted ih-i artUlen to find Barbados covered wltri fare punlaned Cotrultunasl I mist. rkartAsveel of Tynnggu on Ihi Ba People in Si I.nna are gellini I.'enl .1! 1 1 seared." lie said They whirl io| in the an ruhtng nvire than know If something is going WO Allied ami 1 1 |s dashed over Mill Alley' ither seaman nf the I.ad*. 11 Tin far north of Korea for the Reds Halt U.N. Push M* MIKHIN MMHUW TOKYO. June 20 Nations fonen tO-dfl] an Into a solid Coimnunist I veloped aflat ChlnosM Communl I 'he not %  ":' %  .1 111.' Indleatlena asara lajtai proMna] attnr. 1 r r the i few (UVK essttM lake theta. rigbtng slarkei> badoa transm g On jasHi a ear, Mr Teague completed tn> BSt of 1B4 Kiavitv survevl> ovei Uie whole islan.' >( Itarhados TMaa W#9> IncS) then heeii pioei^iietl 11 Itl but |h. Head < )fnee ol HI, hall m.v mi Mir ifk's drillln %  ear the Animal Tlower Cnve I 1 further stage in (lull's design t hint the poMrrtlal site* of oil veil wU] 1 down in a I tout 3(Ml feet in some %  .. es l)i Auer. head of the Barbado'lulf Oil Company, arrived If Barbados In AuflUal addition to due i %  kpaoq Di %  An1 faotaglat, has leen doing fie* %  i-ik in ii. nee, gatherQS> • >iI sample., .uid mrasunmI surfaces 1H| waosl 'Hilling docs not represent ih final stage in the (lull's seercl %  >.il Afv, iraphie tests have lieen made thssra (oltoWl .1 . 11 1 no active drilling I I un'il April 1952 at the ri>rl.e • Mi-.im.hili ehjOOl children of St. Liicv ate grttlni; lenersl knowledge .Insaes nt the J.ole Thev elu-ter ,o ooi.il UM %  1 but avoiding the truck 1'tenMlant ItOM i %  I thi 1011'hein lived hi re h pNUSf %  1 M Oenei Ihe Armv StafT and Admiral bniliti Chief of rhe Nnv.v si art forces In Southern Burope undei present 11 issssNd af i 'Hi lle.-f the) Me.1iterraneaei beat equ.i rtaUonad Immediatelv 4 Italy's Defence M l md later with Foreign %  YrmiiHii W tlrtHiirs BmdOr l*rrsi€l'iil WAMMtHQTOH, June 10 President Truman today welrMJjd President Gala Do Plagi nf i>u.nioi 10 the with .the assertion that both I BBgrta were "inspireil h. rd fni nniu 1. I u "It Is approprlute at II i'l-/. irpUasa, "to 1 mil lies. -s ml UMfl I] rrit Jhavin' a test, SQ deh %  end wi otrl 1 | made 1 Balboa aftei Kg a ksnil straw hat President rare brief K..gfv Hid that M" foggy whei Cai hftsti AM in the Lady N'eeleen t Tuewiay. aW thai ha newer sightdoa until he a nva miles mf the island can sght Barbadi 1 wh'-n abotn If nasV Barbados appeared Isaay whi From Ihe flme he set sail from DotnlnJca urill he reached Barhadoa. he met choppy seas, high winds and the Mmosphere was misly II wa uifTleult hi mike out other ships pi-uung nearby. Caploin Noel said that the moon P0 le m eelipxe on S'inda and Monday nights and lh< son at sunrise on Tuesday mornThe Lad] v ttaaa m nssr 'opmast 'napped during tf 1 II COMMUNISTS ARRESTED RIO DE JANEIRO %  %  rested m Londrln of Parana for inning rural land owners. Pour Conunil raatfgl at Sobral in the ftaU t.'ears for causing agitation am families. Km th successive day The Fill Air Force claimed ten t'ommunsl |Jane destroyed ... damajaad Tinniiie.i ad tempi of Conuiuinivnv beougnl %  -. %  eiilatlnn that Chinese might bring up n .teuter > L.s. Will bsoelfe Nofefl III Japan TOKYO, June 2 tod a y Marad tbo snap conversion ol II military dollar M rip rhnrgini: notes for othan of tint' tern and < itular lo others In wM taken 1 unly by persons, the otrictai lU said. I ri potl ; EoiUng by Japanese. 1 1 .-.' %  thai $100 woulil be brought in "Military .... 1 An Ishue of new DOtoa I nine oVIoeK t. night all script hail u. %  In, Anyone with more than $M>< ssswd to explain ih Keuter. "W.L Delegation Means Business' Says Financial limes LONDON. June 20. The West Indian Trade Oelegatlon here lo get more dollar! to buy extra goods from Canada began its talks to-day with the %  1.11 Office. % %  KegsKt-ttssn-. pn^-eefinkf satisnaeaary**. That was the eomfnunlqoe available when Ihe ftrsf meeting ended this morning %  %  -•. %  11 s To-day if the Irnchers sand the ariKMtbOyl otfl %  1. thev hould warn Them to k-'p 1 ksgnj v .11 off. bewaaM t<- satai i-eording apparatumil Oulf hoi^s lo eel e\p|oaidttnssj u.-dny Newsprint Study I" \ If IS. JpjM 'li Bf all today iii*.-it .HI internatliHinl study of 1 hMrfel by the l!nlU d N itlo %  BsssMnli and Social C I in a Nswlutiun preaen*erl today |o I)r Jaime T0111 OirecUh Qeneral of IIK* b'nit-ri 1 itlonal ftetentlflfl tud ( iil'nial OrsssatsagsMaa Reuter. velope.1 engine trouble Iteiltrr EGYPTIANS ArtREST BRITISH OFFICERS ALKXANIiftlA. Jui Emptlan Police toda< %  •• Drill ri offl 1 ., %  r mlUi Malai THE '•ADVOCATF.'' pay> for NEWS DIAL 3113 Day or Nix hi. Bishop Brings Ship And A Message RT. UFA*. A. 11. HOWE-BROWN] Bloaotfontalri In Soath AfHca, atnvo.i m Bonrb day owning by H W.I.A. from Britlati Guiana I Antiivcrsary Celol)rali(ris of the SoClOty tion of the CIospcl. We-_Reater. | A further meet for to-morrow. It ,that the negotiation will ftni-.ii with the West Indie-, establishing their claim for additional Canadian dollars end for that reason arrangements haee been made provisionally for the delegatesto inada on Tuesday. Albert Gomes. Trinidsd Minister for Labour. Commerce and Inft the aim of h tion m trade relations with' Canada" caused by currency restrictions and devaluation. Asked by the Financial Time-. %  *hethei the United I could ilnd additional dollars for the West Indies he replied The United Kingdom Is buying our suSr at £32 17 shillings 0 pence a ton and selling It to Canada lor £45 a ton The Financial Times commented editorially that the West Indian delegation would p re s ent the British Government with "some awkward problems.It was a strong delegation and mere was no douct it meant business. ..ikes their case espec:ipid rletenoraially delicate to handle" the paper "fa Uaat thev dofiari to 1.1* >••*' Canada srh> a corsHdarabU • .' Indian sugar." "Certainly if the worth of sugar exports from the West In recalculated in dollars at the current high prices thai sugar fet. ket. West Indians would *a a very considerable f. sterling areas dollar bal pas/aMM aleulatlon 'ii-rtaken with similar results for a host of other commodities for which tl ''rung C ompliratioii lies in the raci %  Indian n n % % %  menl dollar ImpOtl CUtl anra imposed In 1M9. "Introduction of ,• mon ous token dollar inipor recently 1 nit made %  1 now thai with the iterlmg %  in %  %  %  I'Ci 11 brought mure or Isglaraae, Hat) hava 'he %  ment 111 their trno.v I 1 —Reuter. Th. delegate "to the indies, he I, OfM ,| ti,, lli-dvi|> commissioned by the BtsAOp of London as tho •V-H overseas. He will bsstaying at the l>eanery until Saturday when he %  vi for Trinidad Bishop Howe-Browne told th Advecauthai he had broiiwl-' with him lor the Diocese .1 facsimile of ih* Bocietj orlsdraal charter KranUd by Kiio; William III m 1701 ami a replica, nine U 1 iniu anip 1 entarlen. This wag th. aUfl al Whktl HH Siiety'' 1 I'-.' .11 v Id '.I'MKeilh -t nil f.,r Boaton to ITM This Is th,. Bishop's Ursi visit t. thWest Indies While 111 British (iiiuuia. h r aafd thai Ua*> had two luf lhank.*giving .Se-vices In the Cathedral and g He pn-ael %  u at n couple ' ehurrhci. | Amsterdam goppfJU at the LefMI HoaptlaJ on his way laek ( last night at th r St. Muha"!'* athredral thenwas a %  Thankngiving when the Haiho| ( ill liverefl his message and present the thncese from tb r S P G •hedr:il Wag paalaJd tl for On i.arishes Ol St Mehael\ Hur .1 Uaanery. i^hop will visit Ccdrington College and after other activities will peak at Bn Hi p m where in the eveninf the church .i.erv will I the Pans 1 Cl lac* •irdav thcr • v. I % %  % %  I an! Miihop will leave for Trinidad. I ni-iioiIHIU1 liltimvi 7uv> More Die MUNK I %  iniured arhai total lo 1: The truio I %  % %  re killed and 11 1 Other padre:, an The CSIUH 1 %  I



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I'M. I TWO n.XKHADOS ADVOCATE Tlli'ltM'W. JIM -'I. I'M QcUiib Ccdlinq M ot Ma). %  (.ttllilo inree daughters, MaTtaaa la .ind Anne other p*DB Ihfl Gallilo Stuart. Mi. H W )ll. t Mrs J M | D Mra. AI i Hirtchlap and fcm ciuidrrn. Ml* J A Matt %  l.m. Mi ..nrt Mr> I H Schanf. t %  %  | ... troiato Is expected to .1 Cirh'lc B-iy by 7.30 a.m. and a and a half i Mr Trinidad. Ham Programme Tonight J ^ai about ata ui ago P. t Millet. 9 thi Alcoa rnaaaia. I whltf bn -hip was loading cargo %  i.-.idir North i i:.i.]. i A.!' %  >!! %  I ha htm -i Mi honw At ihi* party Pat made a recording of the voices nl several ol out local amateur* (or re-broadcast over the Voice of Ajnafkl 1 *i > %  gr. mni. latsnm Tonight at 10.30 o'elocfc local ,n i>, bt ird nvir tin' Followtag i %  %  ( % %  N 11890. 15210. 15350. and 17830. ll will be re-broadcast .: %  ning al 10.43 %  .!• %  1910S or I.'.33ll Tha programme lasts for fifteen rbadoa will be bmrpoi bad i BoaM 0l the amateurs who will bt Archer. Freddie North. Fred OUon, Btdnaj Ushley and Wood Goddnrd Poetry Thit Afternoon r il^ ..Iternoon at 5 o'clock the Barbados Literary So. the Britisli OoUBCsl Or* pfl )ng a Poetry Recital on gramob %  th British Countuartan, "WafcsjtMd •Shall I compare thee to a Suni%  I by Shakespeare." "The by Ben Johnson. "Truth* h> John Masefleld and -.ii iiimy o| the Magi" by T. S %  lot ..if among Ina tvranti Ihrag tha progranaSDe, Twentypotl ll Uiead by John Gielgud anil Stephen Murray ar|U raw! Tlntara Abbay" bj Wordsworth. Acting M il WILLIE HUGHES, one of trie attorneys of Measrs. William Fogarty Ltd. returned from the leeward Island* yesterdnv h> the l-ady Nelson. Mr. W Ferrelni. one of Fogarty attorneys in Port-of-Spain who had been nctlng for Mr. Hughes wag wav is due to iiy to Trinidad this afternoon. Daughter \ KRIVINC1 from Trinidad early %  ,-.,. %  ) tfu moon by IIWIA srtra Mi ..'id Mrs. Wes, i and two ehlldran. They an' bora for ita weeks staying with the Pntil SheldOtu at Sandv Fi'l.l St Peter Mr* Pearce is thii. daugbiC* Mr l'e-rce is n pat \ I'-.r. Their home is in Richmond. Indlnm Their tr.i frnni Ihe U S. to Trinidad was by ship. frittersMafgmrta—I" a i>l white lulle rherked tn faM thread aasf rmbroldrrrd w tlh cold seuulii*—arrhrs JI Ihr In lied SlateEmbassy far a hall flvrn by Mr. Waller Gilford, the American Amhas sador I gj Trinidad Arrival* M i< HENRY WII.M >\ dnama propriatoi u si Vto* cent Hew in fami TrlBldad yeslerdg] bj B w i A Hen four (i.i. dramer Guest House. Worthing. A: M\ I! Miss Ann.i I %  • %  %  m Florida %  B| al Ina Ocean Vl.w Hotel Mr. Harry ii..ins %  Canadian, Mr Edgar Gunstone %  L-wis the architect arara other arrivals iv i.ir yetterday from Trinidad. 1930 . Cricket And Football M R. AND MUS (. ii Bu t ter* 1 Henderson who Hire" wcKago arrived from England hv the faUmble with th.-n two ihililrm left VCS'.MI iv %  fternoon by H.W 1 A for Trinidad where Mr Department of Trinui.id I %  .. %  holds Ltd The, h nl |.--en t" i on '"tie le.ivi' ( "Buster" agpill M Hi Old Lodga BO) As a matter ..f fiirt ha am eootaln of tha i odga si en In iso and was an equally good fOOtbouor Worked With Learie A M* Mi the passengers arriving Galfila on Saturday are Mi F C " ill I ;%  OJLI BOlntedJ LabOUl Adviser M (or* Ui 'he Wesl Indies %  Uei in taa United Kingdom Mlniatr) %  ! l^bCHir. and bis very ide experiem-i v. IMAM pto%  he mechanics %  >oards and wag* COVJaGHa, UHhUind the training ami rehabllitatiiMt ol the ungauployOd. •• men. and displaced Durnif the war he was in chsrje of labour supplies in |ba %  t .i MegaytaM arltfe Hat, at that time (On o( We.t Indians in that area Son And Grandaons M RS i ORSUB I tioiiPAHPS 1 % %  i bal thrre sons Brian. Donald and Chrta ..iin Barbados for two weeks' holi%  nh Mrs Goddaid .1 St Ann'i Court. Garrison. They Vein-7iiel.i : ..sday. Mr Qpigasfd "i the Mene Ol in Barcelona. VeneMartinique Vititora M lt ANDRE bEUZEUN dew (nan laaWUMq H W LA on Tuesday i 1 i.los aloni, with his friend Mr. Max de LA Houuaye. They are guests at the Hotel gaattn is the Manager ot %  luaM in Fort de France I M,irtiniqua is a bank Mr. de La Houssaye is HW.IA'i B Martinique. Mr. de La Houssa>< Guy who is Pan American's wgen%  iquc was marne.1 la F* Vauzanges. Mady and her mnhci were recently in Barbados o holiday. Mr. and Mrs. de L> Houssaye have flown to Rio d T their honeymoon and thev will also visit ..ther parU o BOuUl AiiHil.-. They will rattUI la atertuuqtM in two weeks Miss Line (rhymes with Kl>'m Dnrmoy also frim Martinique ant is at present in Barbados learnin English flew down for UM grOd ding. She returned on Tuosd' nn the same plane as Mr BaUBfl hn and Mr. de La Houssaye An other young girl from Martiniqm who la here to learn aaaflaOB I Mi>* Elaine Cheve iui Short Holiday M RS JOE STAUBLE whosi husband owns Stauble' Bakery ,n San Fernando arriveiiutnd yesterday after norm by H.W.I.A. accompanied W ghteV Jeanette. RMj a* hare for short holiday atl ftni r, % %  • |ttm Ml i : gdjtloy in Top Rook IncidenUl Intelligence \ CRITIC aay aoma comedian wait loo lona] for the laugh BomO radio listeners wait n %  > %  (aiLidian fomnfiitator _I.ES ROUND-THE-WORLD MOMMA WAKES UP THE WOMEN I By HVFI.VN IUOSM Una m momKayrno %  ..: %  : %  lha fiaadline, ltd aloii|[ the W laautuii Hall wiHi aucH -lacks H are no dumlx-i than n Thai is all Ruth Sayr. blue e.e These pleasant: men's 0—OasakflJal (ajyoti Mlaa I A t: kraae aboui tht h o u aaa rl ni (nvaaUng IAM of UNO with hei u In her aaaat, ara jut augar on the Bill Bagie : tall s.ooo *. • apoech lasting 4% minutes |ha> they are indeed dumhci th.n men. A lot dMWbOf For beneath the placid, plumf*ish aaraartM of Hn gayrra, mot he i %  ciand-irothei of thr.v' who U here officially ... the S.500.000 i Associated Country won • World, smoulders the i • — hi-i-gnapelU-r Her MIIM n**ake women up, i beyond the horn home and children, cram then art— knowledge of world eeonovucs and bully the wai %  nto peace and social betterment %  pink straw boater with g grern ii. bought in Indianola. | audience artU atearvaa, en if they ai'vlhins else alwiut me" %  ra hi nothing rosy about her words to the wellme nlns women who sign pear? pledges n* demand days of prayer for peace Sugar With It Wi'Mul statements hasc %  % %  > of clear thinking." she says, sharply. "That Is just loo easy. Peace will not cimte that way. Go and do something for Grapple with the difficult social problems of our time. Learn the economic facts of life. The roots of Communism are in the misery of the depres <\i Millions. Two-thirds of thg population have an income of le-> than tis gnethlng to '.hat Instead of rtgn'fg petitions against war." '.. %  .. bit of globe-trotting with those ugarad apooehai < %  ( hers. Snu-e BtM lafl her husband's 000-nrre farm at Ackworlh. Iowa. THr: FARMKR S WIFK Mrs. Sw>re nas travM a a t t aa talking to many iota M Ne (10 days) and Australia (six na afca O, and before she Is home DB Jut] 1 she will have talked m Canada, New York and Chleaaaa as well. -I she was in Britain, ui Coaaaidkaaan and in Germany rh ( jraar before she spent three raoafao gingering up the arOBMCI in all ihiitw, Germany Btnea I+T. when aba was elect. i lao Coyau ina %  pn mt at a oanfapanea In A danv she has spent some ihree • tVt| fOOI talking to talking to her own rural comll over the United States. He Catcalled My husband la very nice about It" she says. No salary attache* to these missions. But all travel ;:.i living expenses are paid. Although she is officially the world's typical fnrmer's wife. Mrs. %  ajrre H the first to admit that she became farmer's wife by Her British born grandr.thers were both farmers, but er father was a banker and she urai brought up In Indianola, the county town where he worked. She took her B A degree al the local Simpson's College in !9I7, apeeinlislng In German. As a student she marched in a suffragette procession, while her \tjung man. Raymond Say re. catcalled from the sidewaU. she had aspirations about going to Europe to carry on her language studies, but instead she married Mr. Sayre in lltIB after a year of school teaching Britain's Fanners' Union is for farmers, but America's Farm Bureau la for the farmer's family too and Mrs. Sayre was soon the local leader of |he wOfliei vitte* there "I talked MI imilings with Mat baby in my arms and another %  aha says. In a nation of women who specialise In confabulation she rose to be Ihr queen of them all in bet bV M from township's director ol women in the Farm Bureau to president of the associated farm women of all the 48 States. When she is home in July he will rise at S.30 ("harvest is a gtgnj time") cook breakfast for her husband and 16-year-old youngest BOB, spend the morning on household chores, cook lunch and dinner Once a week there Is a trip to town, five miles away, with her own peas and tomatoes carefully prepared to pop into the "freezer locker" hired at £4 a year to nuiik-frec/o home-produced fruit vegetables and meat. In the afternoon he tackles business correspondence, arranges meetings, keeps up with her serious reading. Spare time Is for gardening ("I planted 400 tulip-. last year bid never saw them flower ") She never smokes or drinks, is .i stalhonall by upbringing. "We iire right In what is called the Bible Belt." says she. "All the farmers round are Methodists. Baptists. Presbyterians. It would be considered shocking for a woman to touch llono-" Her Answer Mrs. Sayre gives the conventional answer when asked which of her two lives she prefers. "I just can't wait to get home." she A Hi evident sincerity. But I opine that she would not be pleased if her easy-going husband put his foot down and said. "No more hot-gospelling round the world.'• I have seen the glint in her eye. (World Copyright Reserved) —L.E.8. QUADS DOING WELL" PLANF. ON FIRE; DAVENPORT, Finland. s,\H ASHTI: \ Persons attracted by a An Indian Air Force two-seafer >ign ouuide it hospital. "Quads airciaf tilU ght tire and .ioing well.*' were olsappointed It occupant* M turned out that the mother was ">" %  ' ,..„..„ „__. „ M Henrietta, the hospital cat. "••' <"> lndl s *' ""^ "" _ of Cutch. to-day.—ieuler. AQI ATI4 C'LW n>EMA (Members On!y| in "IN THE NAVY wllh Th# ANDhKWH SIHTLKS riiMMr\ci -r.'.v*'***-,**-*'*-,**-,-,-,*,*,*-*,-,*. .;::;'.',;'.:;',;:'^ t ',". GLOBE THEATER To-dat, 4 IS and 141 P m. Oul> Abboll and Cmtello in IT AIN'T HAY" And "TIIK HOl'SK OF KKANKKNSTEIN" Lon CHANKY — skartg KARLOPF Mir THIS i \ i i ( i i \' THl'RSf'AV. Jl'LY STII. S.3i PJg. "STAR BIDS OP 1951" M.idam Ifill's Stage Exlravaitanfj GLOBE THEATRE V/^///////////,V//////////, W / /!& Blip B.B.C. Radio Programme TIUHSHAV JV**r 31. (Ml II 11 am Programs* Parade. II M >l-i ial Dinpatiri. 1] 00 iiiii-n Tilt NHI, ll P "• New. AfMiK.i. I la—a u 9 m — l i* m in Top Inn. s oo p i i Smith AfrbH 1 "..h Uaaai 3 41 II'. ru lovrrt latgy, • 30 p m r %  %  C 45 p in Pararlr. SOBER WEDDING BHANTFORD. Ont Celebrating their golden wedn^ ..nniversary. Mr. &nd Mrs. J H. Kigglesford recalled that *'hrn they wrre married in Engnnd. the bride wore a navy blue vedding costume with a blaeK hat Battgland in 1001 waa in mourning lor the death nf Queen "leton\ the barrel up in the i-.ilK above Barcelona, in 'tie morning of the world.' Or the LeovlUe drunk in a shady garden at Le Muns by the tranquil mrientf Or the little, unknoun •rlae "f Mme. Dumas, which restored my roath unidar lha t'n'. des Ooulea in Auvergne* I A* Trifiiii'na T rTI j.1 wine in Europe waa lha %  ornbre, nlght-daiii tOU l.v La Triguena (the hv One! at tinygaja, aaai the llridge of the Queen -i.i do Oroel In Aragon. It had the kick of a mule. -ho served it In enormous, (luck. wide tumblers, like the basin from which I drank in an iinmorhil tavern outside Vigo wlien ail thevrertd araa bul Iba I Trl"1. I l IT '<•%  Ofl Porque Temblarr" "llothink, not away trota .ill tin AfiigiHi." El M"i %  'iirin .' %  Myst^ll liy ,ill HHMII\ I i thouM.I.I brother hag lost bii blcj Wielding her raiiariurlai In imlMabel has u new sink. Ki taUon ol Conataneta Ucindragori wild tii*out that miik-har of Logruno man'g tomiiig ibotit MM ITU*! Prodnose' Can we. do MHI the nllic tomorrow. Rupert and Simon — 13 1 00 p m Th New. J 10 p m N—. \r.aly.U. T IS p m W. • Hm.. n T S p in Grnctallv S|w B kin. B 00 p m Radio Ntmrwl lllpm rrrnrhman't 'r-fc. 4* p ni lnl-. in ;. 10 >0 p m This Wwfc 11 71 ?3 31 M CROSSWORD ) r r '" i .1 %  %  M .' .-j ONCE IN LIFETIME HASTINGS. England Granting an hour's extension In hours of public houses her** the nulhorities explained the Festival of Britain "only comes once in 100 years." — DAINTY~FEEDERS LONDON. One of the most colourful Festival of Britain exhibits at London's South Hank exhibition — 10.000 English butterflies—will feed on wild flowers sent dally from the south of England.— CP> A NEW STAR IS BORN OPENING (.1 OIKI TOMORROW ma tir-i your PHTI." hr uyi. Why. ot tou'f." MVI Hiipfd. "HaN i> ont." Ihrr. iru-'. a!l riaht." nurmuTi ill* P*min. '* A I *4i hrough th vilWy i boy a.Vtvl nit !ni i p., b,.i hr h*ga'i l-f i.i. s IUI> s i. hi cntl i in |.f you jnoihti p*n"v Shipment of CHINAWARE ROSEDAWN (PINK i & GREYDAWN (BLUE) in ninglr uniti or half or complete DINNER. TEA & COFFEE SETS rui, looks UKa u traialt Berber, (7t rubs to lie in tno way of a MUlt dungeon (VI Family iDcludlni trie emib. (Uk Float oicr and abo*e. (ft, It's lova m a sapper. 131 Landowatr. i5i Bellevrs DO ISWI miirri (4) In toe mam Its no %  .-*. \i, Deniruriivc ton nl eat ll i a um to ua* wouici muse a rew* mtion in llie ulr. iti Csorbitant. i5i • Uwao fou mint Una tnem u* eomptrta tin* pussie. IUI Purmanaa • hand* c fcsuiH-r.nl. (-i A> Hi. atoHea mikint *ai. "Walt it 1 for ii—wait for ti MMr lr.m dun. 141 price of s ooeel il m Price o( %  poee Nrcceear. (1) Truce ot an '.mniiun 13) Nut eery clear t>| Ora* This is Teresa ... at played by Pifr An in her /.ni M-G M picture. It's the story of a bride mfimutr. rcwolin M-G-M T WVV>CL> Patt AHCEU • MIH puniu tin<(i. rain turn nil' w UMI um HIIUI HI mi aui:. 1 IUI IIHUMIWMI* — ~.. w IIO anma ".i j FKTW PLI'S : LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE FREE FREE 1 TO THE FIRST 00 PATRONS TO-MORROW NITE A PHOTO OF PIER ANC.ELI T.R. 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Morrison Recalls
Negotiators From
Dispute For World Court
British
Persia
i iiim lion
U.K. Troops Alerted
As Tension Mounts
- - LONDON, June 20
FOREIGN SECRETARY Herbert Morrison to
day recalled British negotiators from Persia
where the Government moved to take over British
oil installations a few hours after the collapse of
Anglo Iranian talks.
British forces within easy reach of the crisis
area stood ready to carry out Morrison's promise
m Parliament: "We are not prepared to stand by
idly if the lives of British nationals are in
jeopardy."
Md Marshal Sir William Slim
i 'I Of the Imperial General
U tailed in lo n meeting
f Minister? today before the
Foreign Minister told a tense
hsouee i>f Commons he was again
referring the dispute about na-
tloruUuiBfl the Anglo- Iranian Otl
Compnnv to the International
Court of Justice at The Hague.
Authontativa sources said Brit-
ain's new application to the Court
would in effect ask for a "freeze"
Injunction to stop cither side
taking any steps that might prej-
udice the eventual decision.
British dependant* were advised
to leave Persia as tension built up
In the great Abadi.n refinery plant
wheie workers have been ordered
be the Persian Government to
ignore instruction; from London
Reasonable
Morrison told the Common*
that the British Government was
convinced that all fait opinion
would regaru the proposals made
to 1'crsia as eminently reasonable.
ID the proposals were money
for Persia's present needs, accep-
t.mce of the principle of natlon-
and obvious foundations
for a fruitful partnersnlp.
"Unhappily," Morrison said, the
Persian* required, only half an
hour in which to arrive at a
iontrary opinion."
It was apparent that Persian
ntatreta were expecting
omplete capitulation to their
demands without dlasssgsJnB.
Claiming that the Company had
helped immensely to raise the
Mndgni of living in Persia, he
[| seems that the present
i Q ovarniMnt are blind to
hi- in-.ds of their country."
The Foreign Secretary war-vd
that it needed only a slight devi-
tlon rrom the British starTs high
technical skill to cause irreparable
damage In ihe oilfield country.
end disastei to life and limb.
I ould affect not only the
ml installations but neighbouring
townships.
When Morrison finished his
statement, Conservative? pressed
for a debate on the Persian crisis.
The Government agreed to hold
one tomorrow. I
Asked If there was any attempt
being made by Persia to seize the
Abadan oil refinery Morrison re-
plied: "not so far as 1 know."
n Churchill asked if Oaf
Government had made up their
minds whether the British were
lo l>e evacuated from the oilfields
Hani on aild i i anaed an
anything about that. It would be
most foolish, most unwise and
most risky.
"Anthony Eden Deputy Con**rva-
tltw leader asked fcr assurance
that there was no question of
evacuation
IgorTtMa said he did not want
to bo pressed on this
It might precipitate the very'
uiflleultiea they wanted to avoid.
>l dissent came from some
Conservatives at this answer and
Fden isked for the assurance that
Government had not taken and
not take any decision to
i. iintish rights
without consulting Parliament.
Morrisen said the Government
had not taken any decision like
this.
The British Admiralty said to-
i ;ght that the 1.470 ton frigate
" r*u arrived at Bahrein In the
I i in gulf on June 13
Wren armed with a six. four
ii eh and ten smaller guns had pre-
viously been stationed at Bahrein,
but has been refitting at Colombo
Royal Air Force stations
throughout the Middle-East have
:.een alerted following last night's
breakdown of Anglo-Iranian oil
talks.
A ReuterS message from
Teheran *ny* that the Persian
Cabinet to-mnht held a three-hour
Cabinet meeting in |he tiny bed-
room of the sick P;emic Moham-
med Mossad^q.
Members of the Cabinet said
afterwards they wrre not afraid of
being unabb ,o run the oil in-
stallation if British technicians
leave.
They said their princip.-l fear
was of sabotage, but did not make
it clear from what qti.vter thev
expected It.
Depu'y Premier Hussein Fatemy
told Renter after i| had been
definitely decided no oil would be
delivered to tanker.-, at Abadan
paid to the Per-
sian f> verniuent or u promissory-
note made out to IV, rfatiooal
Iranian Oil Company.
"We have issued instructions to
this effect to Persian
ment repraaontalivea already on
the sccic." ha added
Earlier Mo&sadeq issued a slK-
notnt panel nt InMrVtOona. saying;
( 11 All instructions from the
Director and the Board of Anglo-
Iranian Company are nut vain) or
enforceable fro.n today.
TOO MANY
COLOURED
"LOAFERS"
In Ijondon
I.ONDON, June 20
Members of the Lam bet n Bor-
ough Council, a South London
suburb agreed tonight to li>-
prodch the Colonial Office and
other London boroughs with sug-
gestions foi regulating the flosv
n* CO! >ured people to London.
Uo*l allege* that Britain
was udmitliifg loo many coloured
people who "only wanted to loaf"
Some, it was said "loaf about
Orausament halls, existing on
iuppon from public assistance
(relief) authorities.
"Cnli.ur.il people are making
a ihon.iigh nuisance or them-
selves" aid Councillor M. T. W.
Easbv. Conservator- "I have
heard of the deplorable antics
they got up to in some houses".
The Brit I* Nationality Aet,
1948, allowed coloured people to
enter the country "without let
M'iMianec" yet in Nassau
which he recently visited, a Gov-
ernment permit was necessary
to take Job. and in Southern
Rhodesia he had had to sign a
Utamcfll saying he was not stay-
ing and would not take a job.
Alderman. Lieutenant
Colonel Marcus Liplon. local
Member of Parliament said the
number of roloured men waiting
for jobs, at Ihe local labour ex-
ahaafg i, remarkably small
>>i the number who
don't '!> nv work.1'
Reuter
G. Men Round Up
U.S. Communists
WASHINGTON. June 20
G-Mcn seized 17 second rank
leaders of the United States Com-
munist party today and charged
[glean and four other not yet in
aiDi conspiring to ad-
vocate the overthrow of the Uni-
ted States Government by force
and violence.
The 17 in eifeU
rested In a carefully planned
round-up in most, cases outside
their homes in Pittsburgh, and
DM Mg| in New York.
G-Men were still hunting the
other four over four hours after
i he Federal Bureau of Inves-
tlgsjttan got bhe green light to
move against lesser Communists
in a Supreme Court division two
sfaafea ggo sustaining conviction
of top flight leaders.
MlAlt THE ANIMAL FLOWER CAVE school children if.itlinr to im
the Krploi i tion Company'* team dgtll Uid nrst lest nol" which will
gtvs Gmlf Oil Company infornisUee m to tlic beat .pot to iuk iu
first all well In Bsrhado-i The drillers are finding ninny snag* with
the first hole but titey hope that to-dsy the bole will be deep enoagli
for an expljutva to be set off under th. around The waves Mt up
by this nsplo-ivn will be recorded photographically In a ipeeial re
cording van This is the first of a sene* of bole* It was >n feel
deep when tin- photo wu tak.n
The Dust Comes
From Cape Verde
Met. Man Says
THE METEOROLOGICAL OFFICER. Purr... Irani
dad. state* that the thick haze over B.irbndns is thought
to be> volcanic dusl from an eruption a: Cpr Wrclr l-l m off tho coast of Africa, which occurred about seven aj"i
U.S. &irrenderecl
Her Priileiples
-HURLEY
WASHINGTON. June K
Major General Patrick .1 RutH
former United State Ami .- -. \
to China U>dajr accused the State
Department of surrendering Ihe
principles for which World War
II was fought.
I Since the 194ft Yalta Agreement.
Reuter. 'he declared, the United States
i foreign policy has been based or
i "concessions to Communism an.I
fear of Russia." He demanded an
end to what he called the "pulny
i of appeasement."
i General Hurley. Republic.m
[testifying in the "Mac Arthur'
HELSINKI. June 20 |Senate inquiry He le the alvrenUi
d is holding free Demo- witness to give evidence.
i elactioM rant Hurley (.rlllrwe<1 ,iu. s,.,. h.
partment for "injii-Ueef." done t.
him by Secretary of State AsM-
on In his testimony at thfl
inquiry.
"My primary purpose la to show
what were the underlying princi-
ples of American Foreign policy
at the beginning of World War
II and then to show where, when
and how our State Department
f.urrendcred them and embarked
on an entirely different policy" he
said Healer.
Finland To Hold
Citations In July
A spokesman at the British
Middle-East Lend Forces head-
i uarters stated "all steps to pro-
tect P.ntish lives and property in
hnvr been taken."
Mc-'iawhile In Cyprus, 774 miles
tamn, men of the British
Kith I'.-iriiehute Brigade stood by
tosttgM for the second sure
evening.
All day hundreds of them were
seen marching in the norlhei
part of the island as part of their
r.mline training. Even though
Kd marched up to 12 miles
crtN country in full m. 'ching
o:iler the "Red Derlls" looked
U There are no transport plBtiea
i a) 'he island, but Informed
quarters say they could be flown
here from the Royal Air F
bases in the Middle East (*
ura.
ANTHONY iMf,
iranfs an assurance
(X) All revenue Is td
Into the Bank to the account of
the newly forme-l National Oil
Company.
(S) Representatives would be
appointed to inkc over depart-
ment' jih!
(4) The name Anglo-I.
Company is to be changed every-
where to the National OH Com-
pany.
(5> The Angln-Irrinian Company
Inforrnr'tion Department Is to be
closed.
High sourci-s hare thought these
Instructions might mean that Per-
sian workers at the Abadan refin-
ery would be ordered to turn offj
taps on pipes used for loading |
tankers unless each cargo was!
acknowledged by an official re-1
ceipt to the Nntionnl Iranian Oil ;
Companv
While Mossadeq was in his
morning conference he got an
appeal from the United Slates'
Ambassador Grady urging him to
give "most carv/ul cor^
to last night's rejected British
compromise offering immediate
payment of 10,000.000 and fur-
ther monthly pay a I
C 3.000.000.
British Ambassador Sir Franci?
Shepherd told corresp"'J*^rit' I
hod explained to the Shah the
aetngers of the Persia!
ment's policy and the Shah under-
stood the situation an*< '
npreciation of the ques-
tk>n.
The Ambassado* added he had
told families of British employees
to take advantage of i
nali
Ctalic
month.
1'nough she lost the war and is
kej out of the United Nations by
Bussiu's veto. Finland has man-
Mi i tfl maintain her own Dem-
Otratlc waj of life. Finns will poll
safely, knowing no secret Polled
are peering over their shoulders
Six parties are competing:
Agrarians with Sfl seats in Parli-
ament; Social Democrats 54; Peo-
ple's Democrats 38; ConservaUves
33; Swedish Peoples' Party
and Liberals with five seats.
All Parties agree that good rcla-
Jlbns with Russia is the only possi-
gn policy. They are split
I home Issues. The big
problem is the cost of living.
ftraeer.
Russia Rejects
Western Note
PARIS. June 20
The Soviet Union lo-day main-
lal>ed It! demand that the North
Atlantic treaty should be Included
In any Agenda for a Big Four
meeting of Foreign Ministers.
ItesHer
Truniar? Selw L'p
"Cold War" Board
WASHINGTON. June 20.
President Truman to-day cre-
ated a "Cold War" Strategy'Board
..nd named Gordon Gray its
director at the salary of $16,000
a year.
The President said the purpose
of the new organization would he
to provide "for more effectiv-
piannmg co-ordination and COD
duct within the rrnmewotk ap-
proved by national policies l
psychological operations"
fleeter
Gulf Hopes To
"Explode" Today
JJUNDREDS of gallons of water are being
poured into the earth at St. Lucy every day
in the search for oil.
The Barbados Gulf Oil Company this week
began near the Animal Flower Cave in St. Lucy,
a refraction seismographic survey which makes
under surface measurements. These will be made
at selected points across the islunil from St. Lucy
to Christ Church.
In charge of the Survey is Mr Arthur 'i\
of the Independent Exploration Cot. n v A
Houston, Texas.
Admiral Carney
Anim In Rome
Mist enshrouded Barbados for
the thud i oooaouUvs da
day. I'.ie skv
Uiough hi I about lu
rail. The sun was .Tarcely seen
for the daj
Simitar weather wn'. experl-
,
and si i. h " three days A iriember of the
: tlir l.sd> Kednev
aakan whan the ship nrhoreti An Blgagh Aimv Commimsq
i a nlghl aJ ri aarted ih-i artUlen
to find Barbados covered wltri fare punlaned Cotrultunasl I
mist. rkartAsveel of Tynnggu on Ihi Ba
People in Si I.nna are gellini I.'enl .1! 1.....1
seared." lie said They whirl io| in the an ruhtng nvire than
know If something is going WO Allied ami 1 1
|s dashed over Mill Alley'
ither seaman nf the I.ad*. 11 Tin far north of Korea for the
Reds Halt
U.N. Push
M* MIKHIN MMHUW
TOKYO. June 20
Nations fonen tO-dfl]
an Into a solid Coimnunist I
veloped aflat ChlnosM
Communl I 'he not
":' .1 111.'
Indleatlena asara
lajtai proMna] attnr. 1 rr the i
few (Uvk essttM lake theta. rigbt-
ng slarkei> and lo 1 1 war fli
1 Foi IhO fmirth day ri
ulng.
The widest ranging
.n the dm)
northwest of Chorwon
eeimtcred stron l\ ent.eiielie.!

.
IIHI Planes Kallle
About 20 inlli' 1
1 I Kumwha s Consmuiiai
UKing v
bjmm of the n
eMrseicrunanta,
Bsteri I
Lnj oiit-
Mi*. Teaie feaa nisi Antshed
elodt]
it Morgai Andrew
This survey for which at le.i-' 91
lOkes were, drill'
aatj at which known reel
N>badoa transm
g On jasHi a
ear, Mr Teague completed tn>
BSt of 1B4 Kiavitv survev- l>
ovei Uie whole islan.'
>( Itarhados TMaa W#9>
IncS) then heeii pioei^iietl 11
Itl but |h. Head < )fnee ol Hi,
hall teen produced and 11 aaffM "
planm"*'
Ipa lUona l*K.m at Morgan lr*
on June, 11 with ih>
m.v mi Mir ifk's drillln
ear the Animal Tlower Cnve I
1 further stage in (lull's design t
hint the poMrrtlal site* of oil veil
wU] 1
down in a I tout 3(Ml feet in some
.. es
l)i Auer. head of the Barbado-
'lulf Oil Company, arrived If
Barbados In AuflUal
addition to due i
kpaoq Di An-
1 faotaglat, has leen doing fie*
i-ik in ii. nee, gather-
qs> >iI sample., .uid mrasunm-
I surfaces 1H| waosl
'Hilling docs not represent ih
final stage in the (lull's seercl
>.il Afv,
iraphie tests have lieen made
thssra (oltoWl .1 reflection urvejn Th......>. 11 1
no active drilling I......I un'il
April 1952 at the ri>rl.e
Mi-.im.hili ehjOOl children of
St. Liicv ate grttlni;
lenersl knowledge .Insaes nt the
J.ole Thev elu-ter ,o ooi.il UM
1
but avoiding the truck 1'tenMlant
ItOM i

I
thi 1011'hein
lived hi re h pNUSf '
1 M
Oenei
Ihe Armv
StafT and Admiral bniliti
Chief of rhe Nnv.v si art
forces In Southern Burope undei
present
11 issssNd af
i 'Hi lle.-f the) Me.1-
iterraneaei
beat equ.i
rtaUonad
Immediatelv 4
Italy's Defence M
l md later with Foreign

YrmiiHii W tlrtHiirs
BmdOr l*rrsil'iil
WAMMtHQTOH, June 10
President Truman today wel-
rMJjd President Gala Do Plagi
nf i>u.nioi 10 the
with .the assertion that both
I BBgrta were "inspireil h. .
rd fni nniu 1. .
I u .
"It Is approprlute at II
i'l-/. irpUasa, "to
1 mil lies. ... Ihe

I eater w.ocent
j One UttJe lOkOOlboy told tt
I tdvnrate vr-*eid,i- We
1 hi '.! (lenient.- lie little l> -s ml UMfl I] rrit
Jhavin' a test, sq deh 'end wi otrl 1 | made 1
' Balboa aftei
Kg a ksnil straw hat President
rare brief
K..gfv Hid that M"
foggy whei -
Cai hftsti AM in the
Lady N'eeleen t
Tuewiay. aW thai ha newer sight-
doa until he a
nva miles mf the island
can sght Barba-
di 1 wh'-n abotn If nasV
Barbados appeared Isaay whi
From Ihe
flme he set sail from DotnlnJca
urill he reached Barhadoa. he met
choppy seas, high winds and the
Mmosphere was misly II wa
uifTleult hi mike out other ships
pi-uung nearby.
Caploin Noel said that the moon
P0 le m eelipxe on S'in-
da and Monday nights and lh<
son at sunrise on Tuesday morn-
The Lad] v ttaaa m nssr 'op-
mast 'napped during tf 1
II COMMUNISTS
ARRESTED
RIO DE JANEIRO

rested m Londrln
of Parana for inning rural
land owners.
Pour Conunil
raatfgl at Sobral in the ftaU
t.'ears for causing agitation am
families.
Km
th successive day The Fill
Air Force claimed ten t'ommun-
sl |Jane destroyed ... damajaad
Tin- niiie.i ad tempi of Conuiuin-
ivnv beougnl
-.eiilatlnn that Chinese
might bring up n
.teuter
>
L.s. Will bsoelfe
Nofefl III Japan
TOKYO, June 2
tod a y
Marad tbo snap conversion ol
II military dollar mrip rhnrgini:
notes for othan of tint'
tern and <
itular lo others In
wM taken
1 unly by
persons, the otrictai
lU said.
I ri potl
; EoiUng by Japanese.
1 1 .-.' .
thai $100
woulil be brought in
"Military
....
1
An Ishue of new DOtoa I
. nine oVIoeK t. -
night all script hail u.
In, Anyone with more than $M><
ssswd to explain ih
Keuter.
"W.L Delegation Means Business'
Says Financial limes
LONDON. June 20.
The West Indian Trade Oele-
gatlon here lo get more dollar! to
buy extra goods from Canada be-
gan its talks to-day with the
1.11 Office.
KegsKt-ttssn-. pn^-eefinkf satis-
naeaary**. That was the eomfnu-
nlqoe available when Ihe ftrsf
meeting ended this morning
,
-. 11 s To-day if the
Irnchers sand the ariKMtbOyl otfl
1. thev
hould warn Them to k-'p 1 ksgnj
v .11 off. bewaaM t<- satai
i-eording appar-
atu- mil Oulf hoi^s lo eel e\p|o-
aidttnssj u.-dny
Newsprint Study
I" \ If IS. JpjM 'li
Bf all today
iii*.-it .hi internatliHinl study of
1 hMrfel by the l!nl-
U d N itlo BsssMnli and Social
C........I in a Nswlutiun preaen*erl
today |o I)r Jaime T0111
OirecUh Qeneral of iik* b'nit-ri
1 itlonal ftetentlflfl
tud ( iil'nial OrsssatsagsMaa
Reuter.
velope.1 engine trouble
- Iteiltrr
EGYPTIANS ArtREST
BRITISH OFFICERS
ALKXANIiftlA. Jui
Emptlan Police toda<
Drill ri offl 1
., .

r mlUi
Malai
THE 'ADVOCATF.''
pay> for NEWS
DIAL 3113
Day or Nix hi.
Bishop Brings Ship
And A Message
RT. UFA*. A. 11. HOWE-BROWN]
Bloaotfontalri In Soath AfHca, atnvo.i m Bonrb
day owning by h W.I.a. from Britlati Guiana I
Antiivcrsary Celol)rali(ris of the SoClOty
tion of the CIospcl.
We--
_Reater. |
A further meet
for to-morrow. It ,-
that the negotiation will ftni-.ii
with the West Indie-, establishing
their claim for additional Cana-
dian dollars end for that reason
arrangements haee been made
provisionally for the delegates- to
inada on Tuesday.
Albert Gomes. Trinidsd Minis-
ter for Labour. Commerce and In-
ft the aim of h
tion m trade relations with'
Canada" caused by currency re-
strictions and devaluation.
Asked by the Financial Time-.
*hethei the United I
could ilnd additional dollars for
the West Indies he replied The
United Kingdom Is buying our
suSr at 32 17 shillings 0 pence
a ton and selling It to Canada
lor 45 a ton "
The Financial Times commented
editorially that the West Indian
delegation would present the
British Government with "some
awkward problems.- It was
a strong delegation and mere was
no douct it meant business.
..ikes their case espec-
:ipid rletenora- ially delicate to handle"

the paper "fa Uaat thev .
dofiari to 1.1* >*'
Canada srh>
a corsHdarabU
.' Indian
sugar."
"Certainly if the worth of sugar
exports from the West In
recalculated in dollars at the
current high prices thai
sugar fet.
ket. West Indians would
*a a very considerable f.
sterling areas dollar bal
pas/aMM
aleulatlon
'ii-rtaken with similar
results for a host of other com-
modities for which tl
.
''rung
C ompliratioii
'
lies in the raci -

Indian n n

menl
dollar ImpOtl CUtl anra imposed
In 1M9.
"Introduction of , mon
ous token dollar inipor
recently 1 nit made
. 1
now thai
with the iterlmg
in ! I'Ci 11 brought mure or
Isglaraae, Hat) hava 'he

ment 111 their trno.v
I 1
Reuter.
Th. delegate "to the
indies, he I, OfM ,| ti,,
lli-dvi|> commissioned by the
BtsAOp of London as tho
v-h overseas.
He will bs- staying at the
l>eanery until Saturday when he
vi for Trinidad
Bishop Howe-Browne told th
Advecau- thai he had broiiwl-'
with him lor the Diocese .1
facsimile of ih* Bocietj orlsdraal
charter KranUd by Kiio; William
III m 1701 ami a replica, nine
U 1 iniu anip
1 entarlen. This wag th. aUfl al
Whktl HH Si- iety'' 1
I'-.' .11 v Id '.- I'm- Keilh -t
nil f.,r Boaton to ITM
This Is th,. Bishop's Ursi visit
t. th- West Indies While 111
British (iiiuuia. hr aafd thai Ua*>
had two luf lhank.*giving .Se--
vices In the Cathedral and g
He pn-ael u at n couple '
ehurrhci. |
Amsterdam goppfJU at the LefMI
. HoaptlaJ on his way laek
( last night at thr St. Muha"!'-
* athredral then- was a
Thankngiving when the Haiho|(
ill liverefl his message and present
, the thncese from tbr S P G
hedr:il Wag paalaJd tl
for On
i.arishes Ol St Mehael\ Hur .1
Uaanery.
i^hop will visit
Ccdrington College and after
other activities will peak at Bn
Hi p m
where in the eveninf the church
.i.erv will
I the Pans 1 Cl
lac*
irdav thcr v.
I
I an!
Miihop will leave for
Trinidad.
I
ni-iioi- IHIU1 liltimvi
7uv> More Die
MUNK I

iniured arhai
total lo 1:
The truio
! I
.
re killed and 11
1
Other padre:, an
The csiuh1

I


I'M. I TWO
n.XKHADOS ADVOCATE
Tlli'ltM'W. JIM -'I. I'M
QcUiib Ccdlinq
Mot Ma).

(.ttllilo
inree daughters, MaTtaaa
la .ind Anne other p*-
DB Ihfl Gallilo
Stuart.
Mi. H W )- ll. t Mrs j M
| D Mra.
ai i Hirtchlap and fcm ciui-
drrn. Ml* J A Matt
l.m. Mi ..nrt Mr>
I H Schanf.
t | ...
troiato Is expected to
.1 Cirh'lc B-iy by 7.30 a.m.
and a and a half
i Mr Trinidad.
Ham Programme Tonight
J^ai about ata ui
ago P. t Millet. 9
thi Alcoa rnaaaia.
I
whltf bn -hip was loading cargo
i.-.idir North
. i i:.i.]. i A- .!'>!!
I ha htm -i Mi honw At
ihi* party Pat made a recording
of the voices nl several ol out
local amateur* (or re-broadcast
over the Voice of Ajnafkl 1 *i >
gr. mni. latsnm
Tonight at 10.30 o'elocfc local
,n i>, bt ird
nvir tin' Followtag i ( N
11890. 15210. 15350. and
17830. ll will be re-broadcast
.: ning al 10.43

.! 1910S or I.'.33ll
Tha programme lasts for fifteen
rbadoa will be bmrpoi bad
i BoaM 0l the amateurs
who will bt
Archer. Freddie North. Fred OUon,
Btdnaj Ushley and Wood God-
dnrd
Poetry Thit Afternoon
ril^ ..Iternoon at 5 o'clock the
Barbados Literary So. -
the Britisli OoUBCsl Or* pfl
)ng a Poetry Recital on gramo-
b ! th British Coun-
tuartan, "WafcsjtMd "
Shall I compare thee to a Suni-
I by Shakespeare." "The
by Ben Johnson.
"Truth* h> John Masefleld and
-.ii iiimy o| the Magi" by T. S
lot ..if among Ina tvranti Ihrag
tha progranaSDe, Twenty-
potl ll U- iead by
John Gielgud anil Stephen Mur-
ray ar|U raw! Tlntara Abbay" bj
Wordsworth.
Acting
Mil WILLIE HUGHES, one of
trie attorneys of Measrs.
William Fogarty Ltd. returned
from the leeward Island* yester-
dnv h> the l-ady Nelson.
Mr. W Ferrelni. one of Fogarty *
attorneys in Port-of-Spain who
had been nctlng for Mr. Hughes
wag wav is due to iiy
to Trinidad this afternoon.
Daughter
\KRIVINC1 from Trinidad early
,-.,. ) tfu moon by
IIWIA srtra Mi ..'id Mrs. Wes-
, i and two ehlldran. They
an' bora for ita weeks staying
with the Pntil SheldOtu at Sandv
Fi'l.l St Peter Mr* Pearce is
thii. daugbiC* Mr l'e-rce is n
pat \ I'-.r. Their home is
in Richmond. Indlnm Their tr.i
frnni Ihe U S. to Trinidad was by
ship.
fritters- MafgmrtaI" a
i>l white lulle rherked tn faM
thread aasf rmbroldrrrd w tlh
cold seuulii*arrhrs jI Ihr
In lied Slate- Embassy far a
hall flvrn by Mr. Waller
Gilford, the American Amhas
sador
I gj
Trinidad Arrival*
Mi< HENRY wii.m >\
dnama propriatoi u si Vto*
cent Hew in fami TrlBldad yesler-
dg] bj B w i a Hen -
four (i.i.
dramer Guest House. Worthing.
A: M\ I!
Miss Ann.i I
m Florida B| al Ina
Ocean Vl.w Hotel Mr. Harry
ii..ins Canadian, Mr Edgar
Gunstone ' L-wis
the architect arara other arrivals
iv i.ir yetterday from Trinidad.
1930 . Cricket And
Football
MR. and mus (. ii Butter*1
Henderson who Hire" wcK-
ago arrived from England hv the
faUmble with th.-n two ihililrm
left vcs'.mI iv fternoon by
H.W 1 A for Trinidad where Mr
Department of Trinui.id I ..
holds Ltd The, h nl |.--en t"
i on '"tie le.ivi' (
"Buster" agpill M
Hi Old Lodga BO) As a matter
..f fiirt ha am eootaln of tha
i odga si en In iso
and was an equally good fOOt-
bouor
Worked With Learie
AM* Mi the passengers arriving
. Galfila on Saturday
are Mi F C " ill I ;- OJLI
. BOlntedJ LabOUl Adviser
M (or* Ui 'he Wesl
Indies

Uei in taa
United Kingdom Mlniatr) ! l^b-
CHir. and bis very ide experiem-i
v. Imam pto-
he mechanics
>oards and wag* COVJaGHa, UHhU-
ind the training ami
rehabllitatiiMt ol the ungauployOd.
men. and displaced
Durnif the war he was in chsrje
of labour supplies in |ba
!
. t .i MegaytaM arltfe
Hat, at that time
(On o( We.t
Indians in that area
Son And Grandaons
MRS i ORSUB I tioiiPAHPS
1 i bal thrre
sons Brian. Donald and Chrta ..i-
in Barbados for two weeks' holi-
nh Mrs Goddaid
.1 St Ann'i Court. Garrison. They
Vein-7iiel.i
: ..sday. Mr Qpigasfd
"i the Mene Ol
in Barcelona. Vene-
Martinique Vititora
Mlt ANDRE bEUZEUN dew
(nan laaWUMq
H W LA on Tuesday i
1 i.los aloni,
with his friend Mr. Max de La
Houuaye. They are guests at the
Hotel
gaattn is the Manager ot

luaM in Fort de France
I M,irtiniqua is a bank Mr.
de La Houssaye is HW.IA'i
B Martinique.
Mr. de La Houssa><
Guy who is Pan American's wgen-
iquc was marne.1 la F*
Vauzanges. Mady and her mnhci
' were recently in Barbados o
holiday. Mr. and Mrs. de L>
Houssaye have flown to Rio d
t their honeymoon and
thev will also visit ..ther parU o
BOuUl AiiHil.-. They will rattUI
la atertuuqtM in two weeks
Miss Line (rhymes with Kl>'m
Dnrmoy also frim Martinique ant
is at present in Barbados learnin
English flew down for UM grOd
ding. She returned on Tuosd'
nn the same plane as Mr BaUBfl
hn and Mr. de La Houssaye An
other young girl from Martiniqm
who la here to learn aaaflaOB I
Mi>* Elaine Cheve iui
Short Holiday
MRS JOE STAUBLE whosi
husband owns Stauble'
Bakery ,n San Fernando arrive-
iiutnd yesterday after
norm by H.W.I.A. accompanied W
ghteV Jeanette. RMj a*
hare for short holiday atl ftni
r, |ttm Ml
i : gdjtloy in Top Rook
IncidenUl Intelligence
\ CRITIC aay aoma comedian
wait loo lona] for the laugh
BomO radio listeners wait n !>
(aiLidian fomnfiitator
_I.ES
ROUND-THE-WORLD MOMMA
WAKES UP THE WOMEN
I By HVFI.VN IUOSm
Una m mom-
Kayrno
..::.
lha fiaadline, *
ltd aloii|[ the W
laautuii
Hall wiHi aucH -lacks H
are no dumlx-i than n
Thai is all Ruth Sayr.
blue e.e These pleasant:
men's 0OasakflJal (ajyoti
Mlaa I A t:
kraae aboui tht
houaaarlni (nvaaUng iAm
of UNO with hei u
In her aaaat, ara jut
augar on the Bill
Bagie : tall s.ooo *.
apoech lasting 4% minutes |ha>
they are indeed dumhci th.n
men. A lot dMWbOf
For beneath the placid, plumf*-
ish aaraartM of Hn gayrra, mot he i
ciand-irothei of thr.v'
who U here officially ...
the S.500.000 i
Associated Country won
World, smoulders the i
hi-i-gnapelU-r Her miimn*-
*ake women up, i .
beyond the horn
home and children, cram then
art knowledge of world eeono-
vucs and bully the wai -
nto peace and social betterment

pink straw boater with g grern
ii. bought in Indianola.
| audience artU
. atearvaa,
en if they
ai'vlhins else alwiut me"
ra hi nothing rosy about
her words to the wellme nlns
women who sign pear? pledges n*
demand days of prayer for peace
Sugar With It
Wi'Mul statements hasc !!>
of clear thinking." she
says, sharply. "That Is just loo
easy. Peace will not cimte that
way. Go and do something for
- Grapple with the diffi-
cult social problems of our time.
Learn the economic facts of life.
The roots of Communism are in
the misery of the depres <\i Mil-
lions. Two-thirds of thg
population have an income of le->
than tis gnethlng to
'.hat Instead of rtgn'fg
petitions against war."
'.- ..
bit of globe-trotting with those
ugarad apooehai <( hers.
Snu-e BtM lafl her husband's
000-nrre farm at Ackworlh. Iowa.
THr: FARMKR S WIFK
Mrs. Sw>re
nas trav-
M aattaa talking to many
iota M Ne
(10 days) and Australia (six
naafcaO, and before she Is home
DB Jut] 1 she will have talked m
Canada, New York and Chleaaaa
as well.
- -I she was in Britain, ui
Coaaaidkaaan and in Germany
rh( jraar before she spent three
raoafao gingering up the arOBMCI
in all ihiit- w,
Germany
Btnea i+t. when aba was elect-
. i lao Coyau ina pn
. mt at a oanfapanea In A
danv she has spent some ihree
tVt| fOOI talking to
talking to her own rural com-
ll over the United States.
He Catcalled
My husband la very nice about
It" she says. No salary attache*
to these missions. But all travel
;:.i living expenses are paid.
Although she is officially the
world's typical fnrmer's wife. Mrs.
ajrre H the first to admit that
she became farmer's wife by
Her British born grand-
r.thers were both farmers, but
er father was a banker and she
urai brought up In Indianola,
the county town where he
worked. She took her B A degree
al the local Simpson's College in
!9I7, apeeinlislng In German.
As a student she marched in a
suffragette procession, while her
\tjung man. Raymond Say re.
catcalled from the sidewaU. she
had aspirations about going to
Europe to carry on her language
studies, but instead she married
Mr. Sayre in lltIB after a year of
school teaching .
Britain's Fanners' Union is for
farmers, but America's Farm
Bureau la for the farmer's family
too and Mrs. Sayre was soon the
local leader of |he wOfliei
vitte* there
"I talked mI imilings with Mat
baby in my arms and another
aha says. In a nation
of women who specialise In con-
fabulation she rose to be Ihr
queen of them all in bet bVM
from township's director ol
women in the Farm Bureau to
president of the associated farm
women of all the 48 States.
When she is home in July he
will rise at S.30 ("harvest is a
gtgnj time") cook breakfast for
her husband and 16-year-old
youngest BOB, spend the morning
on household chores, cook lunch
and dinner
Once a week there Is a trip to
town, five miles away, with her
own peas and tomatoes carefully
prepared to pop into the "freezer
locker" hired at 4 a year to
nuiik-frec/o home-produced fruit
vegetables and meat.
In the afternoon he tackles
business correspondence, arranges
meetings, keeps up with her seri-
ous reading. Spare time Is for
gardening ("I planted 400 tulip-.
last year bid never saw them
flower ")
She never smokes or drinks, is
.i stalhonall by upbringing. "We
iire right In what is called the
Bible Belt." says she. "All the
farmers round are Methodists.
Baptists. Presbyterians. It would
be considered shocking for a
woman to touch llono-"
Her Answer
Mrs. Sayre gives the conven-
tional answer when asked which
of her two lives she prefers. "I
just can't wait to get home." she
a Hi evident sincerity.
But I opine that she would not
be pleased if her easy-going hus-
band put his foot down and said.
"No more hot-gospelling round
the world.'
I have seen the glint in her
eye.
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QUADS DOING WELL" PLANF. ON FIRE;
DAVENPORT, Finland. s,\H ASHTI: \
Persons attracted by a An Indian Air Force two-seafer
>ign ouuide it hospital. "Quads airciaf, tilUght tire and .
.ioing well.*' were olsappointed It occupant* M
turned out that the mother was ">"' ,.... __. M
Henrietta, the hospital cat. "' <"> lndl-s *' ""^ ""
_ of Cutch. to-day.ieuler.
AQI ATI4 C'LW n>EMA (Members On!y|
in "IN THE NAVY
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Abboll and Cmtello in IT AIN'T HAY"
And
"TIIK HOl'SK OF KKANKKNSTEIN"
Lon CHANKY skartg KARLOPF
Mir THIS i \ i i ( i i \' !
THl'RSf'AV. Jl'LY STII. S.3i PJg.
"STAR BIDS OP 1951"
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GLOBE THEATRE
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Raymond MASSKV
f^lal TODAY IN,. Bl'NSBT FAaa" J.rn Wu( "1t WaMss I
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Programme
TIUHSHAV JV**r 31. (Ml
II 11 am Programs* Parade. II M
>l-i ial Dinpatiri. 1] 00 iiiii-n Tilt Nhi,
ll P " New. AfMiK.i.
I laa u 9 m l i* m
in Top Inn. s oo p i i
Smith AfrbH
1 "..h Uaaai 3 41
II'. ru
lovrrt latgy, 30 p m r -
. C 45 p in Pararlr.
SOBER WEDDING
BHANTFORD. Ont
Celebrating their golden wed-
n^ ..nniversary. Mr. &nd Mrs.
J H. Kigglesford recalled that
*'hrn they wrre married in Eng-
nnd. the bride wore a navy blue
vedding costume with a blaeK
hat Battgland in 1001 waa in
mourning lor the death nf Queen
"leton- BY THE WAY % Beachcomber
a 1 mn iboui Um Djnaai
/V labels on wines nowadays
n- ..11 1! to ma .1 "rloa I once
drank on the isliind of HytlVlTU
It was called "Bacchua Bat
Wi "' is largely a niaf.oi nf
and surroundings. Why
else should I praise so extrava-
gantly the Alella which I used
tu cii ink l>\ the barrel up in the
i-.ilK above Barcelona, in 'tie
morning of the world.' Or the
LeovlUe drunk in a shady gar-
den at Le Muns by the tranquil
mrientf Or the little, unknoun
rlae "f Mme. Dumas, which
restored my roath unidar lha
t'n'. des Ooulea in Auvergne*
I a* Trifiiii'na
TrTI j.- 1 wine in Europe
waa lha ornbre, nlght-daiii
tOU l.v La Triguena (the
hv One! at tin- ygaja, aaai
the llridge of the Queen
-i.i do Oroel In Ara-
gon. It had the kick of a mule.
-ho served it In enormous,
(luck. wide tumblers, like the
basin from which I drank in an
iinmorhil tavern outside Vigo
wlien ail the- vrertd araa bul Iba
I Trl-
"1. I l IT '<-
Ofl
Porque Temblarr" "llo- think, not away trota .ill tin
AfiigiHi." El M"i 'iirin .' Myst^ll liy ,ill hhmii\ I i
thou- m.i.i brother hag lost bii blcj
Wielding her raiiariurlai In iml- Mabel has u new sink. Ki
taUon ol Conataneta Ucindragori wild tii*out that miik-har
of Logruno man'g tomiiig ibotit Mm itu*!
Prodnose' Can we. do mhi the nllic tomorrow.
Rupert and Simon13
1 00 p m Th New. J 10 p m N.
\r.aly.U. T IS p m W. Hm..n.
T S p in Grnctallv S|wBkin. B 00 p m
Radio Ntmrwl lllpm rrrnrhman't
'r-fc. 4* p ni lnl mm Th Editorial, t 00 p in Apnlal
n-pat.n. 9 11 V n, Han A Uh V 41
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ONCE IN LIFETIME
HASTINGS. England
Granting an hour's extension
In hours of public houses her**
the nulhorities explained the Fes-
tival of Britain "only comes once
in 100 years." GOLDEN C'TY
v ."TIANNESBURG.
Office buildings with "gold-
lined" walls ore going up in thl
city, but the bricks are made
from mine-dump sand and their
gold content is infinitesimal
Citizens are glad to think that th
dusty dumps may yet provide
them wllh horr.es.(CP>
DAINTY~FEEDERS
LONDON.
One of the most colourful Festi-
val of Britain exhibits at Lon-
don's South Hank exhibition
10.000 English butterflieswill
feed on wild flowers sent dally
from the south of England. CP>
A NEW STAR IS BORN
OPENING (.1 OIKI TOMORROW
ma tir-i
your phti." hr uyi. Why. ot
tou'f." mvi Hiipfd. "HaN i>
ont." Ihrr. iru-'. a!l riaht."
nurmuTi ill* P*min. '* A I *4i
hrough th vilWy i boy
a.Vtvl nit !ni i p., b,.i hr h*ga'i
l-f i.i. s iui> s i...... hi cntl
i in |.f you jnoihti p*n"v A lAtrgi> Shipment of
CHINAWARE
ROSEDAWN (PINK i & GREYDAWN (BLUE)
in ninglr uniti or half or complete
DINNER. TEA & COFFEE SETS
rui,
. looks UKa u traialt Berber, (7t
. rubs to lie in tno way of a
MUlt dungeon (VI
. Family iDcludlni trie emib. (Uk
. Float oicr and abo*e. (ft,
. It's lova m a sapper. 131
. Landowatr. i5i
Bellevrs do iswi miirri (4)
. In toe mam Its no .-*. \i,
Deniruriivc ton nl eat ll i
a um to ua* wouici muse a rew*
mtion in llie ulr. iti
Csorbitant. i5i
Uwao
fou mint Una tnem u* eomptrta
tin* pussie. iui
Purmanaa hand* c
fcsuiH-r.nl. (-i
. A> Hi. atoHea mikint *ai. "Walt
it 1
for iiwait for ti .
MMr lr.m dun. 141
price of s ooeel il
m
Price o( poee
Nrcceear. (1)
Truce ot an '.mniiun 13)
Nut eery clear t>|
Ora*
This is Teresa ...
at played by
Pifr An
in her /.ni
M-G M picture.
It's the story
of a bride
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AIIVIIIIISi: IT PAYS
I > 11 1111
Today only 4 30 and 8 30
20th Century Fox Double
'BERKLEY'S OF BROADWAY1'
AND
" THE OTHER LOVE"
Opening Friday 22nd and
Continuing
SURRENDER "
Starrlag
Vtra Ralston and John Carroll
HOW
Today only 4 30 and 8 15
Universal Big Double
Percy Rllbrlde and Marjorie
Main In
"MA AND PA KETTLE"
and
''HI YA SAILOR"
With
Donalds Woods
HOY.U.
La-st Two Shows To-day 4.30
and 8 lo
20lh Conlury Fox Double
Hotxri V
Pelcr LAWKc-
"HUH BELIEVE ME"
AM)
"SCeNE OF THE CRIME"
Starring .
Van JOHNSON
Gloria DK HAVEN
Ol Yi. ll
To-day only 1 N ''"'l I I
Republic flm.i-!iing Double
Rod Cameron and Forrest
Tucker In
' THE PLUNDERERS
and
'' A10NC THE NAVAJO
TRAIL" .
Starring
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
TODAY
1.30 p.m.
"SUNSET
PASS'
(James
Warren)
'HlDEItS OF
THE RANGE
(Jim Holt)
Comma.'
MAN ON THE
RIPFEL
pbtd
in Ansco
1
Actually filmed
in Paris!
with Cha
Laugh toi
A Hiuom
III 111114 A.\K
OF UKWII.SI.M.
HEMaUBfGLVTl
IBBWWsfi A H.:tOp.m. & Continuing Daily at 4.30 & 8.30
No Show at 4 45 on ^Fridays; until further NoMCM
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ii
HAROLD ILOYO
'w style
-'TAU-STAR
ALieoMeoy
Musical. ,
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MOUIIHO VAlOtS
HABOID IOIA
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Tiiiftsnw ji \i it Mkl
PAKBAlM.s \|VO( \I1
V\(,f TIIRIT.
Teachers Are
Dissatisfied
CCDDARD TELLS GOVT
Mr P. C. Gnddar.l.
btr I. >-li asked the
f-l 1 .wn,g in the Houae uf A.isembly
on TlM i
Is Government aware of t
that there is intense dissatisfaction
existing among the Fler'i
Teachers of the Island as a result
of the working of the recent Salarv
Scales?
Does Grvernrr.ent know that se-
nior assistant teachers on being ap-
pointed to headships get the same
salaries as hi... d have
sorvi-d neatly t*i d1
headl^aihei- Mil h
Uuin hdtaaichai a)i,, tMW gin:,
twent,
more than
ln'iidtcjchcis who iiw heod-
i
New Salary Scales came into
operation?
Ii,..- Government r-nliselh.it
n..M .f tin* anioi laacheri In the
Elementary Teaching Service ><'
seething with discontent bei
some of them have been relegated
as result of certain unjust stip-
ulations in the New Salai y Scales'
Is Government aware that i
who have given long years of
faithful, loyal and efficient service
are now compelled to rettra at to-
bottom of their Salary Scale**
Penalised
Is Government conscious of the
fart that theae aanior Mm
were circularized and i equated to
slate In advance whether the;.
would retire under the Old or New
Pension Bill?
Is Government awnre that some
of these teachers ,-ire being penal-
ised as result of having to retire
under the new Pension Bill'.'
In view of tho urgency of th"
matter, will Government Like .in
rIF OKLY RUSSIA WOULD UPEfJ UP A C0NGR.ZSSS0NAL IKOUiRY ...
Ll
GALAS*;& UP COLOURS'
itaM not ft* in potted 01 the
tcrottf war. at tht wrong p/fltv
and with thf wrong tnemn .
l/Tc (s rne preri*.
number
. ao4*)
- I
IM (Or an
; -.i f'..(V>ierd!
I-irulon Cxpreai Sen
CHEAP FXCURSIOIS'S
DISRUPT AIR TRW EL
LONDON.
low COST (ourial air services heron iht North
Atlantic and from Britain to South Africa will be available
to the public beginning October 1st. 1952 Thi.. It part si
Donor Saves
Council Hostel
An anonymous gift ot

ii students it< closure
d been announced owing to th
Tourist fares will be
I-L'5 to |290 tor me one-v
loss.
This good
Ihe
a lung-range experimental programme to encourage mau grant for th
travel agreed upon bv Ihe International Air Trai ' rear Housing 30 stu-
Association ot the Annual conference recently concluded ffS nad bwn ,unr
in Bermuda.
Mouse Consider
Farm Institute
IN TRINIDAD
The House of At*
running at
I the
"Pi n ;, in j .,-
Mth ten per ct. ,il.tp ], ''
rnd terhmral factor, involved. ,., TSfc" Jff"VJ2IJ2!!S" JS? ""
TRADES UNIQIS OBJECT
TO TROOPS #*V WTIGi \
n ALCOl i rtM mbet ol the Board ui
Inqutrj -.' up bj I Qow 101 ol tr* Leeward lalanda to
l ceurred in Antigua during
Mh" ; that ihe Board ha
Ihe Antigua Tradt XV
- 1
objected to Ihe calling oj l\ i ipa and the pa
: ibi: ini'iu,", auj i
on All IATA traffic conlercn
l
mediate steps to remedy this mOal
unsatisfactory state of tffall
^"."ssnoti. "\ .r;^';;;,-
Amend Exectftivfe
Coanniltee Act
The llnu&e of Awmbly on Tut*-
n. The matter v,... referred to there i not ..period to r.v mueh ;,~h^;,"C..,J''u,..,
MuhStee pppontlon. but
The Hou had already UMM &%,?
to lb. li.todi I ,' ^
llun Brltisn Guiana nad uid that NoIll, A.n,ic ,,, ,,u5 alro
they f.li unable to do i
..71!;?',,hC^'",r'"M'"M,flr",,"", '" "cTribbean
out that this was regrettable, but Rlt
.-as to be implc- Banamas-
Standstill
the I kmcrici uta which
Dd the
With Uic chc.ip nit operating
on iiio New York to London roula,
coun- The calUng 01 tho troopg was m
nunodatton 'iuM I'
oversea! tudi I * i hj ii>>' crow
.... .
bate
munanti mwht Unim bul '
the possibility .1 i..... ,
ng hestel accommodation tor of the U
then own Modem r>
'.'n> in.' iK'inx m.-ide by tudanai t: ,. 0.,t
Iroir. Ihe Cold Coast for example
but home gnvai i
loth to act while responsibility f*
iry.
To meal
i roblanu

I'riiish Coun
i'. loala]
l pieket-
day parsed Kill to nmend the mented. it would be necessary
Kxeiitivf Committee Act ,891. tht OovernmenU ti>
The Bill seeks to confer the mart tht-(oniributions payable by
power of selling or exchange lands British Guiana. Oil Iho Mew York CO London rOUfa, an to act whil r, ponsibUity l The Antigua
with the approval of the Laflala- r is lea red that bu ccommodaUon rests wi.h '.he out '
lure. On tha agJaUngj proportions. r;rougnl to a st.mdsuil. .it .. imctl I'mon In AntlgU an
Dr. H. G. Cummin* (Ll who Barbados would I-' eallad upon jtaporai OUte t" the Surely, it is not t<. much for sent* nil sections t.i arOrkai
took charge of the Bill said that to increase the contKlbution Wtat Indies through Lisbon and ,ho aWHpft Government to sci- Dunne his slav In AnUftll
on the last occasion when the Bill AipiUiI cost from 8U.66H to DOTnuda. langer of lhal ftudenta from tha colon* Uns of unreat, an
was amended, power was given {30,920, and re. in rent axeenditurp i bol ' housed. I- it worthwhile (|urltiR ihe sessions of llw 11.,.n
to the Executive to lease land. tor ., total of lour student places deling it difficult for people wish- Honourable members would re- from S4.188 to 58.039 per annum, mg t< travel from the V> budgat Ol mllUOM if Vll ll
n.enilK-i that there had been If it were possible, however, to Bl hostels for student visitor
exchanges before in the eaOa of thai the farm be established in i vofvad in travel- tnrOataned with closure?
Segwell and Spencers for the the near future, the Government ling by m* tourist service, which
extension of the runway. ,h Guiana might recon- jrlS prol i cutting ON
., ,, ,.___.. slder its decllion not to take part, baggage "Dace and put!
etklng to uBMrto ta Ih. ......,,,.,,. , Com-
exihjim. of land with the ap- ,.,, .,
proval at ii"- LetUUlun and it N" Y, : l was expected lhal Iht t . n.. .., ,.i,.i ....,, HuTb lic5
would
ajdto widen th,- road at t mm...cil undo, Ihe ,- eartenln new.
.unction ..I the ho-punl ml. MltlotU. Thil would i.
St m .___... ,___a~* ?ubj.-.i i.. in,- addHlo ll al,o have ihe.i
Z Y Si' it-uw,, ''"'t- button n i. ,.., ..1 capital ..-.:.,..
.t ,.{' """"-", '*' I """hi ll" '' been peralee h>r ome lime l.y ,-ui........up....... cUlm thoinh.
!HlSffi,0SS'!a'S-:!S5S! G tbOat JS lhal they .riTrelueuuit to ImoSii
the Bill.>he- id ,.,.i . ih..t , i.,,. |t.ii in ihe uheme. IM etatt.
^ffl^'^Sa si;;; sK h,lVT^C"eT3*, ** *** 'M
come back i" the Route <"i per- riouao
.l.miaira IMairx
V^riciiltural
ExpattaSlOll
ow Owa carrMtaaaaaii
kI.v i>'n.s june ,B
iltural .nit! Indus-
I
nOT, Si Mil
1
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n i ah a toe Houai


two bltli wtmh iii bring goto ba-
. iii nltnr ,1 I)-
Board and ;in Industrial Develop-
on pouRfl rtertin : h*etn i
i be r;iised. form te b M
: the A.'u, Uttl Ml 1
the w -I Rhft

took
ip imt
G
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l

ofill, contained
ihelt. U interth"eat>le in the
And there's o gUtttnlng Nail Colour
to motto every Lip Cofour
GALA OF LONDON
F. J. NICHOLLS. P.O lOX 11
nl>.
.it tha da-
.vor |S II"
Iii-iii-iiiiri' F" Vehicles Will Go tJp
ii'-m out o.r. Ct rt i stag it |
i m j ! si ,\. June t'-
Prom July I, Inturanee i
i t rln I la
of Inq ili). Um

reduce* l
'-.1,1 ! "i, pi H on of cane*
in (he
iiighct peak for Lhi va u
FAITHFUL VISITORS
inihan !,i- u> Saat
1 10 I I'"'
utal bed I
They ire In* two dojis
. |.i.,,. ihi n paws on the airi-
,. "..mi n .i lei gnd
After a tiring BOVRIL
of IhC p6v*r
I"**'- cant of the full the lendencv
MTl i.iklni:
i eontinuli
U.S. Ratify Charier
WASHINGTON, June 19. regard to th) d
fhe United States to-day lorn Hou
:illy deposited with the i'.n ., p thi Qovarnment taking
American Union its instrument of part, ii i di irabli lhal the-
ratification of the Charter ot |] tl hould be fui'i
oigjnisntion of American si
The ratification nrai Lgned bj Finally, Mr. E. D
President Trurium last Siilord.i> n ! Dj Mi J A
tha making tha VA the tl Ii " ' rn d to
tcenili nation t.i accapt the chartei Set Comi
the world
,
ii- .
The conl
length the dilfl'-ult problem of
talnlyb
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i thee


vh .. thai the scheme would
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MRS. ERROL FLYNN
PLANS TOURIST CITY
of 21 American repunlh
The Charter, drawn up nl
ihe Bogota conference in 1948 eon
t.iini lia trtlcta among them ;
ptatemenl i Bgalaal nnj one ol ""
WOUld I"'
Dgveatlon Bgainal :iii
It iui alraad) been ratified
BdUvIa, BraCtl, Coata Rica, ih
Dr. Cu
:i.i. igread
fleeted ii, reg. It
agread ihnt BfJi #ai the gftveal
problem of all an,l thai d WOUld
have to be
S'lioorier F\>iiimJ ()i. I!.m.I)\ Uiii-
Distuss Defenco Of
w estfhrn Europe
PARIS, June 19.
Oanaral f-.-.-nhower discussed
r O.r. I HtmiOtMl
vi'ON, June 18
A toui ist planned for
with Hi-- lamalca'e north-east coot by Mr*.
Err,.! i !-.
the sen en nolal
-------------. mi,, i.ii-. laying up on n><
i-i ,nd ofl mi. pom t\
took lime < tl lo lalk
litle* 11
:
p)ng of a luxui
ground '"' 'he well feathered

. .
KINGSTON. June IH
toner on
the boob) i un f)
:' Jamah
si..... "i Jamah i rostng
its cargo; but all hands, six )
them, ware saved. Tl
tifiivu. ni.iiii. i'-i.i ,> .i. in- ificrn. Acre -imv, me i/u*n/f
Dominican Republic. Bquador, El 'lefein.'.pljii.s for WeM.M-n Europ*- nn
Salvador. Haiti Ii
Panama and Paraguay.
Batlflcatlon by a fourteenth
country would provide ihe re-
quired two-thirds of the 21 repub-
lics to give the Organisation "f
American stairs patmaaant or-
ganic status and its charter would
effect "f bl
Reatrr
ri Gay
to the Jama
R. Hamcl-Smitli
Quits Labour Party
irrom Oiir Own Corr^pondml>
PORT-OF-SPAIN, June 15
Councjllor Raymond Hamrl- chi,> mn> brlng UD
Smith. Mayor of Porl-or-Spaln, ,ion;
......
ha, tenderedI hi, rtaltnatlon to Uie c<>ull,rte repreianted
Trinidad Labour Parly a. General iiKumom w, ; the Unto
Sccrel.ry because ,,l me ..everal S1, ,h0 UnlIrd Kindom. lul
public cmtM he ha, to perform in rienmark. France. Norway.
the triple position as Mayor. Reolrr.
Fditor and Borru.lfT-at-l.iA
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THl'KMi.W II M Jl I HI
BARBA^_Sj6iADV^TE
!.%.> I< .' I !- - It!} iniiiiiiiil "inn
\a. bio*4 su anmi
Tlllllrfi June 21. 19.'.!
\<.niri i ri in
1 i be regretted that the main indus-
try oft which this island depends now
S seems to be suffering from a dangerous in-
difference on the part of tht Govtrnmant
and even agriculturists themselves.
Then- are several instances of this appar-
ent apathy to the general welfare of the
industry and its effects upon the economy
of the island. This newspaper has already
focussed public attention on the number of
UMUltlvattd spots of land throughout the
island which could easily be brought under
cultivation. To the casual observer it
might appear that there are merely a few
small plots in certain areas but when the
aggregate js considered those add up to a
considerable area of land. The urgency of
this problem is that these small plots, while
being unable to produce vegetables in
marketable quantities, can supply the
household and so lessen the demands for
imported.
It might be excusable if the cost of bring-
ing these plots into cultivation were high
or if the funds were not available and
easily accessible to land holders. The Bar-
bados Government has in its control funds
provided by Colonial Development and
Welfare for the purpose of irrigating land.
The Peasants Loan Bank also provides
funds for cultivating lands and purchasing
animals or paying off debts on land.
Where the crilicism against the Govern-
ment iinds foundation is in the absence of
certain key men in the Department of
Agriculture. Some of these offices are now
vacant and have been vacant for some
time. One of the difficulties is that the
salaries offered do not attract spe*. i
from other colonies. Another difficulty is
the samu which lias been already ex-
perienced in the case of teachers. The
question of leave passages has never been
settled satisfactorily. An officer is not like-
ly to accept an appointment in Barbados
when he knows that he is not entitled to
leave passages for himself and family after
four years' service. The initial objection
is that the salary is already small and does
not permit him to save the requisite
amount, while in other places the same
officer would get a greater salary and leave
passages after a few years.
The entire agricultural industry in this
island, whether it be that section controlled
by the plantations or that in the hands of
the small holder, depends on the help and
advice given by the officers of the Depart-
ment. U is true that there are agricultural
stations in the various parishes hut the
main spring of the scientific service comes
from the specialists in the Department
itself. If these are lacking the sugar indus-
try and all other avenues of agricultural
pursuit will fail.
The enquiries of Hon G. D. L. Pile in the
Legislative Council as to the conditions of
service will give point to a condition which
seems to have been overlooked. In the past
the Department of Science and Agriculture
has been able to secure the services of some
of the most eminent men in agricultural
science. One by one they have left and are
still leaving for better conditions of service
and higher salaries in other colonies. Hon.
Mr. Pile invites the attention of the Gov-
ernment to the fact that some effort should
be marie, not merely to secure but to re-
lain the services of such officers.
This is a matter which affects the entire
economy of this island. Already we are
fa-ed with a threatened shortage of vege-
tables during the coming months of the
year. Our dependence on thousands of
dollars of foodstuffs imported from St.
Lucia, Dominica, St. Vincent and Canada
has lulled us into a false sense ot <-asy
acquisition and owners of small plots of
land resort to purchasing even at high
prices rather than producing at low i
This unfortunate set of circumstances is
due to the waning interest in the land. It is
time that something be done to educate the
people not only to follow agricultural pur-
suits in an agricultural community hut as
to the correct vise of the land, and to pP a I
to them that it is the basis of our economy.
It should not be impossible to substitute
for proper modem agricultural schools
classes of instruction at the various stations
throughout the island or an extension with
the requisite training of the School Garden-
ing System at the Elementary Schools
That the people of this island should be
educated to the propel use of the land there
is no doubt. It is the only remedy to the
ent lack of interest in agriculture III
this island.
Takes
Fright
One man'* name and
J!fJffiF!* l*u 1 the ihadwro/ ihi- F.B.I. ...
ANATOLI Antonovlch Yuko' I
m '
(few v i ,
mt | ,, Consulate Tl lib; no new work
hull.tin;- i street on ' Gold to fa. ruohs, hi* main
| ..,..-. ..f information, had been
Iy4; cut on from seem American
maka up his rtaaareli kail arttti an U oth
bether to keep an up- British scientists, and wai ofn>
: (hat evening i I London.

been
Y.ik .. mmd dry. He was due to be
.%;.>. due to m* ",| from the Army
nourably as a top sereeant
in the Bronx. Bd WMK, thereby severing
. ntact with atom wortt
The Sixth Man ilemlrd 1"
far- dotlfB) his date. After all. he
Inf iron the nhook <>f really argued, he mum always get in
h with Cold later.
A fi
been tipped oh* that a front-rank
,.. .. _.,. Waiting i
ho to O tin^
v ..k with .i bciefi
lounge

me document*.
Trailed
Detei tad ion
Sixth Man had shadowed hut
Two Tickets
Wai
r.f llM brl Theatre, Gold
I a h .; could have ha|
H<- had just given up his post
as research chemist at the PSOO-
mia Sugar Company in
!( Philudekshia for a job in New
would be nearer
days waiting tot in opening Just hi* py chief.
when he felt it was safe to make He urgently wanted to see
an approaek ho tiottoad he was Yakortev, whom he knew only
not the only person trailing the as "John Doe." to Ml him hi*
th the .itom secrets.
Intel) WOTO also But the Sixth -Man never came
toUowini -K- and Gold had no signal from
ing on very person he met. The him fr ten months.
imken Then, one morning early In
Whal i wm now Daosanbor, two tickets for a box-
pad at his lodg-
BOttgh ..( lags, They hd it-en forwarded
American law to realise that from his old address. (1823.
Whal h| COUld pond Kindred-street, Philadelphia,
him to I There wan nothing else in the
Through Agent No I, Bo) he knew that
Hnlish trnltOf KUUI I kOVlav lu.d sent them. And
had sent the main secrets of km-w batt it was an order
m;iking atom bombs to Moscow to go to an OgTSOK bar near
Dwvld OfMaalaa. NO, :- had Urnadway three days after the
pplkM .i iletaded drawing date on the ticket*.
of the weapon, which he had That day hud already goni by.
paajad pa So all he could do was wait again.
I Agent Julius Rosenberg, Traced
had given him a romp-letc proxi- Nothing happened unlit Box-
mi3 ' when ,.t live o'clock his
which made an ranf
nbell expipdo as soon as it got Hnrrv Gold'" a voice asked.
ne.u an airplane .., . jhn>-
i)n Ihe Mxth Mans InatTueUoni iil)Ui WOfiiisrd the voice and
Rosenberg. >.-> *TVil I ,, M Y..k<".l.-vV
U.S. Covernmeiit waBpotM in- Somehow the Sixth Man had
spector, had brought the fuse out tracad
of a factory in his lunch box. -Re at the theatre at eight
As a reward Yakoytev bad o'clock tonlgnL'* the voice said
pvan bun off
prlvUeflM II |. AI vp minutes to eight. Go!d
:.' to Hubftia. walked into the upstairs lounge
S(|uee-ed l>rv of the Earl Theatre in the Bronx.
'. 4. -haggy-h.tiM-.l Hot> At exactly eight o'clock he was
Im i.il.ii iipproachcd by an extremely tall
and i-orl ho walkad with
the Gener.ii Bactrk laboralarlai a oat-Uko stride.
Now gaanl No. B llarrv Gold "Can you direct me to Paul-
YOrk to get street?" th. man asked,
further orders._________ >mg than myself,"
Qold replies!. rOOOgnkdng
question as a code-phrase, and
giving th- agreed answer.
New Job
The man showed him a torn
wrap of paper bearing the word*
Direction* to P m Gold'-
own handwrltng. Gold had given
it to Yakovlr-v more than a year
bt ton
He opened his wallet, look ou*
the matehing piece bearing UN
words ". aul street .* and showed
it to the atm nger.
"Be at the south-weat cornc.
of Third-avenue and 42nd-strc-
at nine o'clock." the tall ma.
said.
When Gold got there Vakovl. \
was waiting tor him. The two
maa u.ilked to Second-a venin-
aini sat down m a bar. The Sixth
Man ordered drinks.
"I want you to go to Pans
early in Mann to contact a French
scientist." Yakovlev said.
That will be difficult." Gold
replied. "It is not so easy to get
away from my new job at Al*-
Ilrothnian'.; and A*sociatr-s.'
Suspected
At mention of th nam 1^: "
man, Yako\ <'v panicked. "Yoi
fool." he saio "Rrothman is being
watched by the F.B.I, as a auspec
ted spy. Now (he G-men ,ir.
sure to get r. your trail."
He threw dwn three umes tb
cost f th* drinks on the tbl<
ana doshod i the bar
While Gold walked along with
him trying t" lm him down.
Y.ikovlev kept muttering: "You've
spoiled 11 rears of work. You've
ruined everything."
Suddenly he turned round
stared Into Guld*H fat face, and
said: "You will never see me in
the Unitod States again." Then
hP disappeared down a side street
Safety First
Three days Later, true to his
[irlnrjlnl of d*termlnatlon and
safety fimt. the Sixth Man wai
in a ship bound for Russ'u.
His fears had been well
founded. Early In 1947 t*0 G-men
questioned Gold about his rent-
tlonship with Brothman. He bra-
Ecned that out. But when the nn
was eventually rounded up Broth-
man got seven years' imprbon
ment and B 115.000 fine (the-
e Vfassni was no answer when U"
name Anatoli Anti-iKivich Yak-
i\i.v mi called as defendant oil
u capital charge of espionage i-
New York's Southern District
Court on March 15 last.
WORLD COPYRIGHT
L.E.8.
Tomorrow: WORD FROM Ittlls
OIHIS \.\I\VI WAII
By HI i:n \i;n H.tHRls But here too under-
''""^ i rat*. They
out in the next f.-u .,tli -he event is
ndon noan
i i. ,
i i.ims im whicti un- rather tnon Um great
dorwrltori an Ingurtng nervous bulk of Uoyds business is still
corned with UM h.i*rd* of
tho risk or war holding up films ordil
now in produ* I y, S2 vgaj mill., writers have
lag BoUy oo hossnatloa n taiurtDg a hus-
w<**\ agi rlcoa band, wit.-, and their children
lor ik agUiuri Infantlli
i into the Forces if war kis. smallpox, and t>phiid.
eginoi K | momboi of iha f.mniv k>
curs any of these diseases, com-
Shorl Tingl " l ol BIO WOOk '" US
B dd "! M to one are to 100 WOOkf will lie paidwhich
llentoB |hal the risks are not
and high,
exhibitions in I Ameri-
ca who seek protwuon .... If They Pall
war risks.
For a prgtnlum of T200 the '" ""* weather
me a regular feature
ngaiiut loons of up to 14,000 Th'"' H -1 regular butlnogg also
V...1- upsets then plan- I ,' O insuie
I 90 bin and cxhlblUoi ,|- *,! lBl1 buildings
bo bold before Octobar * oa tin Motunomtfalling
r* hkeiv to a 'ins down and damaging their own
way, fty.
W not b More unu nal waa the cot* of
Irtp-toaaa dancer
the usual 13 mon .....;l(, Uwured her bu-t
od to In- inliuH the risk of accident or
uro only Bog anon tarma of U ,i:,,
or 60 days. ., Mjshn..
Tin- Boyal P ltd guatt, who had .i tlO,0M paUcy lo
' log) and b-'
iu.uiv Inquii leg f o who In-
from ffAg-makers. I for I laTga
nufact ount
: u Involva
I When Dr.
the tour h:i. pa be postponed. Hugh Han^tton .. IS-yaar-old
Kansas City Mirgeon. stumblei
a row a/aai I shot of
his foot with the gun he wa
carryiru*. tho occldanl cost Lloyd
142.000.
H.iin.item had Iniurod In. limb
against injury for an annual
premium of S57 and had pan
only one premium.
An unusual risk which did liol
lend to n claim came when UtO
4,500-strong TurkisJi contingent
was flown to Korea to join the
United Nations forces,
Lloyd's insured each officer 01
the Journey for 1,000. the
N.COji for WOO. mid "othe
ranks" for 100.
Channel Girl
One of the strangest policies
ever Issued by Lloyd's is now be-
ing exhibited by them. It wa
taken out lo 1025 by an Ameri-
can hi rover the risk of the Knisci
being reinstated on tho Oai 01
Throne by November that yam
He paid 37 to obtain cover for
3f.7.
Old hand, at Lloyd's still re
call the stringer who came alonj;
and said he wanted to take out
an trancg to pay u total los-
in the avanl of Gertrude Fdeilo
wunmlng :iie Channel.
"Surely." they said, "you want
to insure .(gainst her failing to
swim the iianncl"''
"No." the man insisted. And s'
for a smal, premium he got hit
insurancu.
The gii! swam the Channel
The man collected the money
Ho wai tir rude's father!
11 s
EMPIRE GAMBLES ON
ONE MAN
By DON TAYLOR
IT was cxliau5tinly humid in cell No. 9.
James Fort Prison, on the Gold Coast.
Sftttng there was a man of quiet, good
manners, having the absorbed air of a
scholar.
Yet his crimes were the grave ones of sedi-
tion and incitement. And in the riots he had
insured some 38 men had died.
But tho prisoner was content
Well he might he, for today, ju*t four
months later. The Mn From Cell 9 arrive-
in Britain, the honoured guest of his Majes-
ty's Government and one of the most
important men of ihe ;o. ial F.mpire.
His name is Kwaltm Nkrumah, 41-year-old
politician, now leader of Government Busi-
ness in Um Gold CoasTt, Lgggjat in the first
Parliament in British territory.
Nkrumah represents a great
gamble for us in the Colonial
Empire. Whitehall thinks it
will come off.
Dr. Malan of South Africa
doesn't think it will come off.
Neither do the white leaders
of Britain's East and Central
African Colonies.
They remember that Nkru-
bnlttod only last year
that he had planned a "Union
; Wait African Socialist Republics." Nigeria.
I Stern Leone, gnd ln Gambia, with the Gold
are apparently to form the founda-
tion.
\ MIS( \l.t I'l.ATION?
Has Britain made a miscalculation, or has
ihe brought off a stroke of statesmanship
hat will keep the colonial 70.000,000 inside
ihe British Commonwealth for all time?
Years ago, travelling through the forest
ind savannah of the Gold Coast, I used to
.vatch the young Africansthe lucky few
n village schools.
Among them. I used to think, there will
uirely he one who will rise to lead his people
Itgf things
Nkrumah was just such a boy. He was born
it ;hc village of Nzima, his father a gold-
imith, his mother a market "mammy"
trader.
From mission schools he went to the
.olony's Achimota College. Then, at 26, he
ivent to America, to the Negro University of
Lincoln, where be became a B.A. and a friend
>1 Paul Robesun. He campaigned against
'British imperialism."
A YOUTH PARTY
In the last year of the war he came to the
London School of Economics, where he
xhted the West Africa Journal, published by
-he "West African National Secretariat,"
which operated from Grays Inn-road.
In the lale autumn of 1947 Nkrumah
judged he was ripe to go back to the Gold
.'oast. Soon, he was making a name for him-
selfas a Nationalist leader. He formed n
party appealing to youth.
Then Nkrumah was named as one of those
behind the disastrous Gold Coast riots in
1948. He got one sentence of 12 months for
inciting more strikes and another, later, for
publishing articles to stir up people against
the Government.
Outside, his colleagues worked up his re-
putation as a martyr, and when the tirs
General Election came to the Gold Coasi
early this year, hestill a vonvictswept the
polls.
His promises : "Work for all, free educa-
tion, free health treatment."
THE 'ULTIMATE GOAL'
Whitehall was shaken. Thousands waited
for Nkrumah when, released as "an act of
trace,*1 he stepped out of jail. A fetish priest
cut the throat of a sheep and bathed the ex-
COnvicfg feet in blood. The crowd sanj,
"Land, Kindly Light"
Since then, in these past 17 weeks, he has
behaved ustutel>
Before leaving for Britain, ho said that "the
ultimate goal remained the attainment of
full and equal status as a nation within the
British C( minion wealth."
Ha will talk about that this week with the
Secretary of State for the Colonies.
His grasp of affairs commands respect. So
far. Whitehall is pleased.
But not so Nkrumah's white critic
throughout Africa. They think Britain has
let the Gold Coast go much too far. much too
fast, though Nkrumah says he is a "non-Com-
munist."L.E.S.
Our Hr-ialer** Say :
Tit, The Editor, Thr Advocate.
SIR.I hereby beg to endorse
the fact written bj one ot you'
correspondent* on ihe present
method o* selection of workers 'or
ment In U.S.A. and the
persona who have gained selection.
in the Laboui Depart-
.....id give gin BM
rebut to thoc statements
except the culirit in culprit* whe
th, whether
they be in the I.-il*Mir i
can assure the
that those wh'nn he baa
%vctaken
to line up in the park
to register, which
takes a whle day, fu
think about gffnJg-
taaw cornea, tt 11
be found with the
long as you have
as if you ar<> already on
They are other immigrants who
,
M
cerv will say when they see theeo
an they did n"l recruit \
These are hard things to say but

am saying that the immigrant
expects to be amlgratad He*,
not hiinpen again
WORRIED
: 'i |
lh> mil Victimise the Worker
urt yon to
fuggest in your laarilm i
'. Advocate Out only thi
vsj Deal
electad tor work In I'.s.a. ?
you can not deny lh.it
lid be putting .
D Uizlnesg and in-
. :. |
og grid unbttlous. in
*!>;. ih,. reverse is
and Um moat lucrative
| '- *thj l! ,. .send only
this Una, next
re a .. unem-
Such would bo the result
Of the ilishoiiest policy which you
advocate. Tin


Your
c.a
Itfth. June ISM.
JET HOMBER DESIGNER IS HONOURED
R> J.tMKS STL'ART
JUST ejected a vice-president
.< Royal Aeronautical
Mr George. Robert
Edwards, the man who designed
new, powerful, f ur-
erudnad Jet bomber, the V OsTI
M0. wMch made Its Drat flight on
May 18.
irds i- one ol
the youngest of oui
u iignere.
At 27 hi began work in the
Vlckers drawing office-. >t |l
\i*erimentiil works
m.nager at the airplane factory
ridge, Burrey. Ri agi
37 when he became the BraVl
chief desitncr.
So successful was Edwards'*
G00 design expected in be that
Che Qovenn d Mibstan-
tial production orders f.r the
new bomber without wailing
for the flrst one to fly.
Edwards took an engineering
degree at Lord'
years ago.
Other aircraft he has produced
Include the Viking airliner uetd
by Ihe lluiish !
and the Viscount, the a
ilrllnar to dm pwoaUor-turbuit
engines
*TeHE old nMbrk hull | w-
-- mlnater School will l>e filled
with airline ofncials hum at!
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G0DDARDS


THURSDAY. JINE 21. 1951
Lighterman
Gels 6 Months
A POLICE MAGISTRATE
Lighthouse Life: It's Hard:
It's Tough: It's Isolated
THI I.IFF of a Lighthouse Keeper is a hard one It
iated. At night, in any type of weather he has to
keep the lighthouse lamps burr.uv. H. s only off dut\
one day a tNtk.
At South Point Lighthouse yesterday the H- .
er. Mr. Charles S. Thome, was in a happy mood It was
his birthday. The lighthouse this year celebrated its
Golden Jubilee but its keeper is only 57 vears old.
Thr Head Keeper has two as-------
sistants. a senior and a Junior.
At night they work in shifts of
4 hours end). During theae shifts
they have to punch a watch clock
every 15 minutes. They keep a
sharp look out for ships and
record their whereabouts. They
sac that the lights are always
turning. XA Dlstr.ct "A" yesterda.
The watch is open to attack, sentenced 37-venr-old light
If a ship runs aground it may be Riley Gill of Britten's Hill St
due to the carelessness of Its cap- Michael, to six months' impns-.n-
taJa TUv captain, in order to get ment with hard labour :
himself out cf a difficult situa- ing a blanket valued at $4.13, the
mid say that the lighthouse property of Thai* Bros., on June
light was not tiurmng- it rs then 16.
tain's wOf-J sgalnel the am ra not represented bv
and the captain has the Counsel. Sgt. Banfteld attached
whole crew to beck him up. Poor -., Central Station prosecuted in
Keeper he may bo looking fur a ihr case for Use Police One wit.
,ob the following month ncsj, ,, . IW). sau( n|1 Julu.
The Day s Work 16 he saw the defendant take a
The Limps m the lighthouse parcel from ;i lighter it.
burn from sundown to sunrise, eenage and hand it to a boy.
At sunrise the lighthouse staff has He took the parcel from this
another Job. They fill the oil con- boy and noticed it was a blanket.
lainers with kerosene, clean the The blanket was then taken to the
wicks and smoke lubes, polish Bridge Police Station where it eras
twelve reflectors and see that identified. Later the
everything is well prepared for was arrested and charged
sundown. The whole machinery is Police Constable 359 Howard-
given a general clcan-up and over- keeper of the criminal records
haul once every month. This job told the Court that he knew the
lakes about two days but the lights defendant who had eight previous
are still burnt every night. Every convictions for larceny. On the
morning covers are put over the last conviction he was sentenced
reflectors to protect them from to three months' imprisonment.
CtUSt During the approach of the Gill did not give not
Hurricane season and In that appeal at the bar.
season itself the staff at Christ
It Will \lio- \I>VWCATF
rv.i 11\;
>ioi.iim: m.imi
hi In Dried Wood
far HarbudoH?
Mr Pi
.\ U
Eafttahn
Chief In.peftor Vtilluim open
hor-i **>> with liorai ii lollon
12 COME ON
RODNEY"
Forty-two p.-issengers ...
From Canada and
UM British Northern Islands by
UM Lads Rodney.
Weal Indian menbara of the
crew ami some of the intransits
came aabore. Hll I cars, about 30
of them, crowded the Pier Head.
"' Relatives and friends or the
, ,,. .. ___ passengers and INDIU
nrst floor of Ihe lighthouse. This |,r .toraee home and ar.c. ThTBiiSSS Warehouie *~ il
ehKk takes place at rnkl-da>- and ,, 0ny o( Ceneral Trader.. , ar.iJnT PorteS shov
the reading E recorded in a I03. , cineiarden. si. Thorn.,, were
activity.
A, ea,h fiKh.houSeJ1uar.e are ^SS TTS wooden";^,' Y, STZ tSLTR
provided for the staff. At South ,hp garage completely destrovrd p.'
Point there are two buildings. whl. a nrc brokc oul (her,..
One is for the Head Keeper, and ThD rrport WBI received at thi
the other, which Is divided, serv.s y,it. Station at 8 20 the sami
two assistants. Each person morning and th.
ntet inside the
M ^iinn m Barbados
Up I . i Colly more
. in mi.mug for a great
i umber of yean two large wood-
working i-ompames in England.
ting ihe u*e ..f dated
limber.
II.- told the Adv*r*lf
that much of this timber had been
k in dried and dried M well.
Kiln drying, he said, has been
Improving through the laft lew
yean and has now reached a state
11 parfaetton which was not
. Mlble In the early day
of artificial di v
..Hived in the island
Mime seven months ago. he Rod
i aan endeavouring to ng if the
for dried timber hero
v OUld lustify the two deck kiln
I ihe ad-
Bartedlaa mahogany as
nail quantities >f other
woods suitable for furniture.
Trinidad. St. LUCtfl ami l>om-
interesting and useful
hardwoods which make charming
So doubt, it is possible
to import good timber from those
islanda and dry it artificially sc
that Barbados could
.-Inch otl.er islands might
i ka to take sdvantagn of.
He said that a brief di.-cnption
of a modern kiln mav bt OS RV
\ nodern kiln i HI bold
BOLDLY PAINTED on the wails oi Waly Hall '. "\^'\''m,X! ,"'
Boss' School is the rootio : "Play L"p And Play The Man1 Mttal moisture of lw
And the diligent way thr bova were going iboUt their l^ards, say 60% to a moltture of
work yr,,,rdav m, n|n. X,.....f vWt^ U* %J.UAS3U
school, suggests that the> to play the man , hraVy and anv inteilVet
At St Lajonard'a, aoma boya try to reach Un | kaarn tn n a kiln to a annrl
of Everton Weekes. ii was thert ht wnl lo pohool and
handled his bat. A Junior ol thli acht "I told the Advocate with ngard t.. tha en I ( ateel
that he likes to look at the picture of tbhi cricket* i .1 it mi 1 kiln. . mid that hM Bgurei
hand's upon the tchool wall, and think how iod ll VTOUld nuajl not bo taken
Ih' to become as great a cricketer as Weeke
Wesley Hall has a roll call of
694. but .,,,1, M ,,......... y... m ,
ro A Day At 2 Sch ools
rhfc ' M.,-. imi

ind I3i
v. "You ara
ie Fire Brigade, .. w ,,.,..
nd of Fire Officer fIljrT whi
charged live per cent, of his under the command
; iu'.id'
mc. wall there
About ii M ii.. cUw IV hovi
had just flnlahed wrlUng loeir
lleographv. (L'ouiitrv Cauttall
I Rio ii. Janeiro,
It
U.....- waiting u,^ T^
was crowded with 0f 15 tomti.T-
Ol Clothtal and food- |p ont COrner of the halt about
rar,B; a, ronlW hi, quarter.. 5S"ST5Tiwii."iS5E | '". IteSS '^S^SS^STSii "" "
Th. quiiner. mc very .nIJIyrtV ,, ,rom ,,,, ... """ KSl^lSTrmhS IhrrSS^Li '
1vi.Lw^irvcrvd5S?io Th""ma'" ""wn"" "y In- lh(. .,,., ,,. Uon', rrcw. buy. This boy had ,. been r",',', ..'........
entertain them.
South Point Uiththouse U still
boys. This
surance. Tin- OOW 0* tuflic in the Bbk- fioRged by the headm.
>WO HAWKERS Wilhemma KiiK,. WareoOUM bated ffOni about vrai lluisluug his punishment b>
* Carter of Greaves Land. m|dda) until late durlna tba <"- standing In the corner.
^J!^,?^^,\tJiLf^U^M B,ack Rock- umi De,cina Barker -" Intranet passengers were They Imp ., One COUdbttOU of
J"l ". ^(SSIS! of EaIe Hall-wcre each flntHi ^tJi back to thaahh> White other w^pa il Wedei Hall A pup,:
cAdvoelte vUuTrd-V^u" W- by ^JMBF ? ol"' ' "" n ab,rd. "^cd "ot Bo to Scotland. ,0 kno^
,J' .}\l Masiftrate for ^ell.n*: lead Brtnj Th, Rodne> tailed /_!, fish along Eagle Hall on May 3. mht (, British C;uiana via St
batted, i-iit
pla
told the Advocate yesterday;
good for another 50 years." Il is
only on the lamp floor that
,,,.- .-, -.^- to be paid 111 one
puns arc worn. month or one month's imprison-
The Ufhttuun Overlook! Ota- cue was Mr. W W Merri In-
luiB Bay ahd Sliver Sands. There "M". "nl,h ,ot "" Pr'*"
,s a sboolini: iwunp which bi,s 'l^l "i'"'.1, .. ,
fuur ixnla lo the left ( the l,hl- r0RW (.ITTENS of li.ul-
hoUM and (rum the air BSn Cap. Hall. no;.,l. v.. lined
present a beautiful seenery along 0 by a Distriel A Police
with the ruins of old Enterprise Magistrate yesterday for resist
Plantation in the background.
Vincent, Qnnada and Trinidad.
130 ST. LUCIANS
FOR WORK IN U.S.
In the lighthouse is u largo June 20.
cight-fout tank which eollecU In another charge brought b>
rain water. Th.s was u*ed by the Police for using indecent lan-
Lighthous.- Kc-epcrs of old when auage on Hall 11 Road, she wn
Lhan U no pipe line running further fined $1 JO
to the nehthouaa. A well, also , r r'ac
in the yard, assisted the tank in PRICE Or tiAS
the dry season. It was inrorrectly reportad In
The storeroom and out-offlces yesterday's issue that it wi pro-
are all situated in the yard. These posed that the price of nnunal
and the living quarters were re- RlK to the consumer should be
cer.lly re|Kiircd and painted. 34 cents per therm a.cordlng to
Mr. Charles Thome is an ex- 0 Bill pnssed by the House oj
pcn.iued Lighthouse Keeper. He Assembly. The price f|iiotr-d
first worked at South Point in ..Sould have been 40 oent
1935 as a Junior Assistant to Mr In section 3 of the Bill as pub-
J D. Wiltshire. In 1938 he was hshed. the figure should tin ie-
rad to Ragge Lighthouse as Senior Assistant, is. 5d.
The Keeiwr there was Mr. E. D.
Small.
On July I, 1045 he returned to
South Point Lighthouse M Hj
Keeper. Previous to his light-
house jobs he worked at the
Customs from 1018 to 1035. His
BT u CIA, Jura imi
t mm hundred and Ihlrti work-
.rs rni-uitcd from S1 l.un.i >-
y Ior .rwul,'n" iNVl to *;. ?.. die US A. on June
Police Constable 134 Jackson on 24 tll .i,.n| k .,, ln<1 iirvvu r.iant
Con pan]


ALL ADULTS CAN NOW
VOTE IN ST. LUCIA
ST. LUCIA. June 20.
The machinery has been set in
Government service to date Is 33 motion for holding the first gen-
vears. aral election under adult nUTraje,
He told the Advocate: Light- rt.,th the passing of the enabling
hoUM life is a tough life. In all Ordinance by the St. Lucia l>'g-
Jcinds of weather you have to islature.
get out of the bed to work, r June 25 has been fixed
once saw the local Home Guards registration with
try it. but they gave up after October 10.
three months. Keeping watch
from mid-night on is not run.
Always On Duty
He said that during the day
they mav not be working but they
have to" be >n the premises. If
the Colonial Engineer visited tin*
-- ab-
polling day
100 YEARS AGO
LIBERAL
21*t June. 1851.
UulesH wr lull back apon
th n*vor failing wealkor -
and that subject would be en-
tirely eshauted when we bad
said that It continue* shower-
lug and comparatively cool
we sre without the materials
for a iingla paragraph of
news either local or from
abroad, or a topic or any man
ner of public interest upon
which even to perpetrate eveu
an apology for a leader. Those
who tax the colonial press
with a want of industry on
account pf the general defi-
ciency cf original matter
which It present*, are /ty
hit if unreasonable as the
Egyptian of old when he re
quired of the onn of Jacob a
certain tale of bricks without
a proper supply of straw to
make it . "
ikej
not thinking
'nu turned beck
10 ms book with triumph In his
eyes as If he ui < taring; "| have
got ii Kg had found was i"
gal nut Um doing
A woman teachei was 111 charge
of Ihe infants class. Tin
tin' infants class are me
hubby lace boyi SI r
regularb from thaii email handt,
iiut thej 'n on HWh i" i" m has
thai the ilatea seldom I i ah
'- I U, V. lit.- III.
it" and "doi", tin- sound
pice >f the iH'-r-
1 .in tin* -> 1 iptuie
'.'
be beard.
When the Adu.....f. ra N had si
Mary's f
Kace ami were hurrytnf "ff to
lllll.
In the nearby class a little f low had ins nght elbow r*sun| went to ibt woman
mi the desk and his head leaning to I raki, ii.nl an active
. n tin- palm ol his hand ei M time getting awaj from hli clam
puzzled over tha heurce on his fciinws who did not have conh
i-nk befon him. One btn was thai dai but who demanded nrom
Htrekchlni hit h.imi bove in hi Id i uh pleci of ugai oake
to enln- 1 'i Which all the
1 .< hue tha 't^ lo Ilka 11
or was looking at notbi i thai per*
The ti ai in r cannot ate every- nap much | i
thing at the mine ttrocvand yea- lunch
tcidav .r the cuuu in teacher Then I nd ihi
JonnaoBM to .let her sea
bis book, another boy weicomed to try to n
hat some of the soil there look:
like. There is a box of it in thi
cuno pram a variety of sea
shells an- among the CUI '
model elephant.
The boys keep a piece of wooc
which the teecn i
a .left in Ihe mull>eiT> tree when
Bhaaeipeari uted to hide his io\i
letters to Anne Hathaway,
At about 10.40 if you were
walking towards class I. you
would have heard the teacher call'
ing loudly. "Wli\ an they all
alike"' Then came the immediate
reply, by all the boy*
they are all straight Um
4 Bursaries Will Be Awarded
For Industrial Training
the Mpimrtiinity to nudge his
neighbour and make e><
The boys of class VI were some-
what noisy yesterday nnd the
teacher had six of them standing
on the bench to punish them As
the leach* ,;!i boy lo
gel on the bench, the boy next to
him who had reaib been the cul-
prit, said In mocking under lone,
"Clet on Ih'. In-rii h. .I'ne
Class VII was doing Algebra
about II o'clock yesterday. On tin-
black board was the sum. "If a
equals 3, b 4 and 0 8 Hi i
the value of 2 be plus a A
fellow sitting on a com. |
was biting his pencil lop | i
ingly as he tried to get over these
b'l and e'g,
the next class the
broke off from telling the boya,
"The basin of the On
Rrahmuputra is predUcUVO '
densely populated. ." to sa\,
"Come here. Jones' Th- elerl
teacher had caught Jones pul
at

teachers I
'ihudiun Minisler |
Dies In I. n-iiai I a
.... two strokes with his read
tamarind rod. hi
Ie*u'hh.sS*i.ume wodffui "enteVed ON THE RECOMMENDATION of Ihe Board of Indus-
ni the minute book as off the trial Training, the number of buisunes to be offered to
premises. Sometimes the only ^.g jQr jrajninK as journeymen will be 4H instead of 24,
visitor tor *<* d" ,h" as'formerly, if approved by the Legislature
b7hdeT"id XX* to South Approval of VL increas, was g.ven by the House of '^nSrSr'trSin,:
Point has a u.veiy row <*r easiuin- Assembly at Iheir meeting on Tuesday when they passed a w,sie% Hail the boys of class VI
nas on one side. It is badly in gji] io amend the Apprentieeshii) Bursaries Act. 1K2H. were repeating after their teacher.
need Of rep.its The Head Keeper Thp purpoM, vt ,;. lim,.nd- nlefl H COOVin*- "La maison de la Uh I
thinks that lo celebrate South ,,.,,. ilis , jloA |(m. IUIII1|H., , ,|,. .(ll. apprentices did not of the Thai
. iden Jubilee, the roue* of slkh buraartes t<> be increased alwaj training from period.
Band slmuld play in the yaro. lf .,,, vvneil neceaaary, bj reso- the Si. Leeasavali
Dudley Knight U the si-nior ]uuoil of lho j,.gtsiaturi' without Technical SthooK Mr. T a D Clarke the bead-
assistant at S'-uth Point. lie has furlhor gmeodmeht t<> the Act r)r Cummlna said thai he had rnaalei af St. Laau
been workln* w.lh liKhihouse* lh_ ,, (i_ CMnmins ,al(| Ihirt mUnurttll ,,. ...lt |,,.d leaching for 42 years and c
since 103ft- I!-sennsd as a junior it would g|W Qovernnwut the...... u have technical srhooU "" >hat he tuiight m
assistant at Rasged Point and was ,,w,., l(l increase the buraArteS |fr K. I). Mottle) M '''' Clat*v H* nas l,e,*n he*d
transfein-l '-> Smith Point in '**' from time to time as they thOUgcrl Qovem eenl was
(JKKNADA. June 2'
C-abriei Benjamin '
Barbados-borri Methodist Minis I
ter who served in Trlnld id 1
Barbados, sr la.. L Vincent,f
last nichij
In
adkUtkn lo hi I
H' 'i,. was prominent
municipal and other public sei
vices and wii a member of U
Boards of Education of St Lu<
ami (irc-nuda fw long periods I
He leaves a wife, three sons i
two daughters.
One *"" " i>r. m. A Byer,]
mother boy ond after glut .: Senior Medi tL.L. Ii..linr llllik KlJ 4Afll/ ai. ...
NKW ARRIVAl-S AT
WEATHUHEAD'S
From ISA. it CANADA
Btllbnana PTeekle tream
Barbasol-Bruahless Shave
HhUUl Honey A Alniond
Cream
B of Wheat
i.iMi ran ii' ii *. Co |
Dr. Kings Sulphur Bitters
Palmer> Ointment
Snap
ps Toreli Bulbs
j a j Pla i-1
Kln.i a lbs.
Langley* Liver Salts
i i .hn
Bronchial Cough syrup
Nujol
1.1 hi.Is Sarsaparllla
Kvi olio Feeder^ and Teals
N. 'iii,.i in.hi,
t i inte Wax Papei
PondM Tissues
,\'...is Chocolates
Nellson i Choolali
in t'hii'.i Ki.lne, ,v Liver
Pills
Dr. Chase'* Nerve K.....I
in- Chase's Paradol
Codol
. Toilet Soap
Esterbrook Pen.
twmm KN(.IAM)
v's Shaving Bowls
Lanslol (Solid A Liquid)
I'rell Shampoo
J & J Baby I-otion A (ream
Skul Sun Tan Lotion
Photo Ki.mii.-s
Rials Cigarette Leaves
Iradol A
i Oil
Caloa Tooth Powdei
Mall K <-l Liver Oil
i Yeast Tablets
it is Cripe Water
Mars & Crest Bars
Curie Ones Mum
Ipann Tmith Paste
uthymol Tooth Paste
i ilati i Co
Photo Albums
Sugared Almonds
Bern ax
Town Talk Polish
Morgans Pomade
Lucia. His funeral this aftcr-IJ
ag largely attended
BRUC! WEATHiftMAD
LTD
tDEAD Of BROAD K
The Junior A
prsinald Binder. He ha>
werklni i South Point
1945.
,,. tor 31 years.
CA8TMME8 u//./. /. I
TRWStllPWM PORT
tn tell
c B
I
JS^ n"t7"bccause!t"waThoiie."! ":. There are 455 boys on the reg-
went on the number of h(iwr,,r have Uked hi SM not "J - ^"** '^a""'
*nce iHirsurles would be Increased. ,Tll. .,. g-gueiston of the aum- *g*m "eIcnl" 5. yitSThvJ
Having regard to the Question M.r q| buraartes but an increase There are nine claases^o hav-
vi^allnnnl nn Clarke Ihere Is a staff of 10. Th'
old St. I^eonard's is bell
20
of vocational and technical train- ,,. n,,. boys for
ing he snld. Ihe number would iunch. etc. when 10s or S5JW pet
heea t.. be ...... ,
quently. Inacead of Oovernnv ,\ would now take
having to to the H
from tuna to lime in ...in...
It has been tlnalh decided With trtLs matter, there would be
that Castries i to become a this overall legislation for In- opinion that the Increased num- iy se'uicd":iV their Anthmeti
transhipment port beginning frmr. creasing the number. ,ti.h .. ap. j>nRllsr,
. three weeks. Tne I^E- Mr. J. H. Wilkinson -'Out:
Islature approved the expend!- he was not opposing the Incrwasi >-iys wt___
lure of 1.900 to effect improve- of the bursaries, lie hoped did maaa that (iovernmet.t for hoi t I SM h work
ments on the wharf for the new however, that pert of going fur- thine." two boys were slandn >
I out 0
ST. LCC1A. Ju
is been I'.nalL
v. nded and this i

lately buill Bl !- ooard's On
school. Considering U i
ihc move over, the Boi
la
ipylng t
W "fl>.
here thi

not abandoned the
You would only have known th.
1 ii (ii
shwc in j .null collage.
Jvimt Pi
ncr ia nurr> lnm
GEORGE PAYNES
is
GOOD COCOA
FINE
PURE-
SOLUBLE.
.in, i. hm last week, he had
ii tin owner of .< eei
ttnliei works in England wli
Id him that he recently buill
rce double dechad hilns which |
vcre now completed and were
. i. satisfactorily. Th.
.. Kngl in.I was C7.500.
NOW! Dental Science Reveals
PROOF THAT BRUSHING TEETH RIGHT AFTER EATING
IS THE SAFE, EFFECTIVE WAY TO
HELP STOP
TOOTH DECAY
with
Colgate Dental Cream
COtGATE
JISI UttlVSD
I III VI i HICK
sr \n 11;\ \ a tmnwsNA
Obtainable from
H. JASON JONES & Co.. Ltd.
S...K II. ....Iil..l
linge-r S.iil*
C Alt in- lour*
Ma
'**? *-a-
Ulaarrinj
NaII PolUh
I'Kiciv IAOI SHIMKBRINO NAIL polish brings a spark-
ling sclnli I
have the rlchiust of brocade. as sparkling at n cascade or
wquins. There are six sl.adei In I
viur selection ___________________
KMUIIS I l>llll l
loJsM.l
Ihe Minnesota
For Ladies & Gentlemen
Boys and Little Girls.
I \diis srvi.rs Include men tunoiu ana n lho
Skyline D'OrNj) llu- < iiuiiir> ( !. i.iiui a
While Court, ihi- Minnesota and Ihe icntatfonaHy
n SCONI
i (ik mis Hun en .ir......ihcri ibc
i hi PI I I SANDALS and V U i"l mi Mil DM N s s IV l I SI hide . .
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i.iul lor the link- oik-s there ..il lnfunl.i
BoolkM In white nnd blue
VACATORS
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BY FRANK STRIKER
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You know, ton, when you look at the price
tag, lhat you can'i get finer value. Illustrated
It a Full Brogue Oxford. Tied to every pair it
the John White Guarantee Shieldthe sign
which mean lending store- in Barbados.
made by
JOHN WHITE
means made justright
fO-DAYS NEWS FUSB
Only a Few Contra Lartl
AIDS TO SANITARY
SCIENCE AND LAW
By Dr*. White and Hanna
7/- earn
JOHNSONS STATIONERY
Bet Qu.lit, Bevrtl Mf*i
MIRRORS
tZ to. x II In.
11 In. x If In.
at
JOHNSON'S HARDWARE
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPEOAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Thursday to Saturday only
Usually Now
! Bourbon 55
Pl.ybo* 64
Pkgs Quaker Corn Flakes 30
Pkgs Turban Dates 35
Usually Now
Tins
Chum Salmon (T.ll.) 66 3
Pkgs Macaroni 35 30
Bots Frontenac Beer 26 M
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
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YEAR BOOK
NOW
As there will only be a limited number of these
books on sale you are advised to make sure that you
will not be disappointed when the issue comes out
by booking your copy now.
Please address all orders to:
The Editor. Barbados Year Book
Advocate Editorial Department
34 Broad Street, Bridgetown
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One pair Black fllliWI saw uih-i Kins*, our pair Sat met In fhtmr albO Sft 1 3131.
LIVESTOCK
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Prateeence
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Piabtar Coni|UIn al thr .
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ii*i at a m
CARH1NGTON iUt.V.
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Parawhial Trraaui.i M0J1
n opened on atacuntaj. Xd June.
ilt I- open on Tuesday IBth. Wadi
Thunaw) ji and Prtdaj a

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rad. S ptnhM of land
I 3 galleries, kxinar.
S bMis>in. a bathroom.
I .rage and Mrv.nl-
** garden m grounds.
In.peaiioii on application lo the Care-
ru> be sold separate!) <
?r sale l p
attire. James StTWl,

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Shiedd.d Wheat, Coin
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.,!?E^SIDK H0"*"* al loot of Cleaver
< f-l-twain*
IwpuUr b..i' >r,gh Rock-
1 C-UIJfTI'llKs HOUSE, standing nn
a ectea. a pap ,| .inj rre.w-J
on huth proiill>nt..t> -ah *.-,
0 delightful WISH
H contains t\o^a verandah,
mine room, three bedroom. .
M| rOssl a. SO) VS
Eatcl II] and Government
Water MwM loonu and
ir on I rood
i ->d erected on high
[liuo'il w itli view i.i >..i .11,1 [...ri il
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Thg house eontaina open Ml
Me* bedrooms ... bIIiIibii
OntwnMMl -..let tnalalled
tha mpM-
IiYe li-iiaiil*
the above piopcrtlei will be Ml up for
ale by uublii compel I turn. |n separate
10U. M our Offer. James SUe.t. Ui.Uge-
lown. on Friday ZZnd June Ir.-toi.t. al
a p.m.
vr_AnwooD & Bovcft,
SulioL.^
i? e in -ion
TOIItSHULD niLL citKAWi
n.K Supreme qualit. _
!*.* per 3-11. lln and II m per
Gil n t:n
u-ug 'in'" and tu' ihe best milk
BUI Th,- S-lh family alia 1,
economical. Insist on "Farm"
uiKa of your health and your
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10 fi M 40. N.tl MM. batter hu.ry I
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THURSDAV JUI al 2 pm al l.l
Avenue Allevne'a IjiiwI. Il.i-ri Hall, a
i"1......US i- n*M Md ' nil, h .-.m-
10 x a with ahed roof 1(1 x ft a with
House adjoi-ilng above ie a
9 a land ran bo rented U 00 quailer.
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il II IB per lb also Baron sliced or
- W M Ford, 3S Rocburk
>;. Dial 340*. and HI -III
Friday Und al a p it
a.. Ltd. I will sell at their garage I
y mouth Sedan Cai In pirlacl
indtln. Teima Cash. H AlCCM
BUHstaft, AuettorMMr 17 i 31 3n
llader The llissanns! Hannicr
On Thundav next Ihe Hat June at
Ihe spot at tlie i
WofS Hill. Oppoaite HllertoTi Hoad. St
Grorac, I will sell one Double-loofid
PIIKArtUfaR COOKFJU. aultabU MM
the moat nniiomiral and I
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A.P.S., f.f A.
FOR SALE
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AWWPWCEMEWTS
C-IIH \l. l.l. I
Anyona miieii-i
I'l.irmacy
I get particular'
Magaelii
IMS
BULBS' Orders being booked
t.'icae bulbs delivery
. I ! Ap|il> 1
l'honc 37S U ri H fa,
IHh
n of cr iuike-1
a> Haynea Co, I .Id. <
Just between 10 am. and
li-. lound an Oven put Into
mlsUke HI
itr Ail.ix-.it. A'luiliiintt lupt.
Licence Controls
For All U.K. Expovts
LONDuN. June 19.
i t ley Shawctow. Prcai-
dvnt uf Ihe British Board of
Trade, announced todsj
was lo impose export licence con-
trol on all goods senl from !ho
Uniled Kingdom lo China and
I long Kong.
An order givuii; SttScI Co thai
decmon hud been published to-
day.
He said export licences would
be granted treely for goods not
considered of military or strategic
importance to China, subject t<
It) and prior claims on
Bfltsln'l resources.
He said the effect of the order,
which would come into force on
WOUld bo bo enable
to keep a close watch on
::. to China, and in the
Kporta to Hong Kong, lo
hasTSsU rtaSa it seemed
i Iring from
ng authorities whether or
Uon wsrs
I 4 use in Hong Kong, or
whether the importer was to re-
export them to China.
The United States" State De-
partment said today it was en-
couraged by Britain's decision re-
porters to obt ill
for all goods exported
to China and Hong Kong. Lincoln
,ie Department spokc*-
n\y this
(.ovornment II encouraged by
RstaSfi to CUt
... of strategu
lo taal proclaimed aggressor in
.
Reute*-
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
By Instruction! received I will aaU
i .,i Ma
hSaSi St I li.iad.
li.. '
IB i
. -I ,\l <,KIIIIIII.
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Discuss Defence
Strategy Toda.)
laONDON, Julie ^0
. .
....mwealth cimntrirs meet here
. i<> dttatcusi pro
i ,:r;te,;y In IM
war, The n 111 I"' Mid-
dle East and the South Wesi
Pacific, but mnustris STS Sl
Saapsetsd to discuss the >>< i
,, snd to msks IobH
for training and equipping forces.
. i Jtrofics ixpartsd to lasi
a WSSfc, "ill '- I
/inland. South Africa.
Southern RhodSStl >V' are ctxicerned in H
Middle East Canada decided not
to send a Cabinet Minister to the
I lifcuusc th
i t U on lln- Mil i
L Dana Wllgress, Cana-
dlsn High Commissioner in London
and MsJor-OsfssrsJ s. f i
ii.......i th* CBiaBdlsn MUltsrji
Mission will ottSl
(CP>
mi -i i. m imii -ixt
l-BI I I II Hal \ At 1 IMt
Ta the iiiIiUk fe.WI>f perlall* MM
-,gh riaUSl
fisau. at Pete.
riCE thai we. the TtuMaaa
., imona are about lo
Mn of (HO**
aaaaMN A. I atSTaa thai
peel of Ihe Am
I-as been bearnwed under
Asia Art. laoo.
IM Ihe case may awi In
Oji.Hi thi lath
ie. isol
CUAll IMlH
.
: C S, I'At'KHI.
\'l I r
i**i an
rtRISH Or f MKlKl IHIKH
I* obtained
iioiii in> uAKr and accompanied by
be leceivad
. up lo a p m on Monday
lltli June. Itttl. for one or

r ilgajl bSbbI
tandidalo. tmi.t be daughten of part ah-
aaMassMi and
not leas than IS years a months or more
.1. of ae on Ihe date of the
i i must pineal themsarvaa to
hr lleadml.tma -I the r<.undatlon
School on Fridav r,tn J..lv Issl. st ISO
WOOIl Si'imAHP.
Ckrk oi the Veaiiv,
Chrl.t Church.
17 11 an.
fob man
Mlaiinum cha'pe vee't T| seali
I* c II MassfsaM .-I I I I. M
ids 3 ceai. a teoed srse* I (
i d aw Jundanys
HOUSES
BUNOALOW On Ihe seacoast in HI
J. r, .* Apass: Mra Cola. At hoi Blalr.
>.ppoa.* Appieby. w j...
ISIlt lr
tllUKlHIlJ. Musdl Coast,
hedrooma, basma m each, dining dia'
ln| room Unfumiahed fioin Adgua; I
''oply Lynch. Top Rock Telephone OH
I i r appointments lo view IS t IIJ
IVKNlSMfcD APARTMENT, al Coral
--ids. Worthing, with Silver at Unar..
'id Sea bathing For further parti.- i-
*im a o si tf
' ayVfUaW" Jaekson. a Bedroom*.
J and Drawirux Room. Dial .vi
.iiti.'.i.,. 30.131. In
WA.vrr-ia
SHIPPING NOTICES
Miainam rharue u-ee* T> eeali aad
IS cawt. a^ajststvi M U-Ordi oser M
MM a lourtf wee*-
HELP
CtstlK
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31 Ij
PART-TDaat ffTaMOTYPMlT.
per dav. ttri aatod knoitledsle of book
raping \ llox M. c
olth full pa>
isas
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED TO PVRCHASK,
mltee from CBS inland one acre land
prafswablv anUl view ..nuble for build
in Coaitaa-t T M c o Advocate, slat
kef MM II I !!-.
ofHca and accompanied by bap-
Mnai crrtiflcasn will be irreived at my expressed
flee up to SM p m on Monda< lh
me, 1UI. lor one or more VaatOBl iiri.t
kurrh Ve.ti> KxliibilioMi tenable al Ihe
i i.Utinn School
landidale. imM b> son. of I'amhion

. than II leaf
I dale of tha examination
Candidate* must pieaenl llieni.rl.r* for
la the Headmaster at Ihe
i School on Friday ath July
30 am
WOOD OODDARD,
Clark ol the Vestry,
Christ Church
IT I 11 In
NOTICE
m i- II OF HI l,| III -. il
Sealed tendera, marked on Ihe envelope
i i Pavilion
al Sauranta Village", will be received
at my office up lo 3 p in on hlonrlay 3lrd
IW the ereciiou of a Pavilion
at The Sarleanl*. Village Playing Field.
Copies of the plan and sperlflCallona
uned from Mr B B Moulder
Si Messrs A rt.rue. I I M
nn depoail of Ihe Ml 01 IKe dollars
.|tlai. which will l>e refunded on re-
turning Ihe l.l.... li. Hi MaWMM
Eaeh tenderer -hould atatc Ihe data by
whlrh II la anticipated the work -111 be
COaxafeeSKl and BUO ubmlt the names of
llirig tu become bound
r will be rtuulr
- intn n lonlract with Ihe V*-
r erection of Ihe building.
iv rl - !,.. hind Itself lo
.vonti <;oirr>AKD.
Ctr.k Ol the Vealry.
Chrhi Chureh
II I A
Nornca
....
the r~tle of FJ I A LOUUI I HUMIT" >N
i-i hn.r ( hurrh. whr
l-i.. d ofTtlM IBli day nl
Mnvember, HMO. are herrbr required tn
ii,.rs of Ihelr elalms duly
ntte-ted In Ihe iindeisigned. > Mesara
rd | ( a leS, 17. High
Sti"t. ilrl'lgetown. RollelloTs. an or bo
fore Ihe IMh d;.- ol August IMH. aftei
. ed h> dastrlbute Ihe
MgtU of Ihr deeeased among Ihe parties
. Milled thereto having tagaid only to
uch claims of which 1 sliall then have
had notke, and thai I -III n"t I" li'bio
.,(. or Ml t...rt (hereof so
dialiihuled to any peron nt whose del
or claim I shall not then have hi
. Sth day ol June. IS1I
T T lutADlXf.
Public Trustee
qualified Administrator of tl
Estate of Ell" Louis* Cnimplo
LaAwyers Protesl
BUENOS AIRES. JuBS M
is of the
.'. IpBpST I-a Pren>a
protested yesterdoy ;ig;un*;t ths
demand for the payment of
$2,270,000 In back Customs duty
on newsprint Their demand WS*
lor payment fringement >f dUt) ">ce 1939 on
pSper im|-nled for La Presuu.
, EILEN king
iEAVfS fOR UK
ilrem Oar OffR < arfeaeetadralr
I'UKT-OK-SPAIN, June IH
Tnnul.iU's i.idv BjpCinl thampi'>n.
Id |asS*n King, let! D)
. tli.i'.l.ni.i : Uuj WonMm'i a.a.a. el
ships on July a, al White City
Btsdlum, I will run every day
it possible. I wouldn't go around
boasting th.it I'll break records W
KiiixU-tKi. but I am hoping to live
up in what Commander Hay ward
has told the U.K. PrSJS,' she told
baton i-rnidaning a'
Plarco.
Head Tiwhor l)i's
GRENADA. June 2".
The death took pLai I
f.ni s. I-. Pitt, nrnisi PriBssrj
S*h'-'l he.idtc.'icher SBd U|
In Pro-
".
former Choirman of "Je SI.
Andrew^ ird Educ.i-
iBd a prOBslssSBl
of the Teachers' Uriona one-
.
.ris Mr. Pitt
Vest I
BOXING PANIC
VIENNA, June 19.
Five thousand apectators pan-
icked at a boxing match in Klan-
genfort when the grand stand
caught fire last night and severs
people were injured
pods
stam-
Iniversity College ol
lh' Wrsl Indies
bj
HXTBA MURAL
DEPARTMENT
o opeiation with the
BRITISH COUNCIL
BRAINS TRUST
MAIL NOTICE
will be closed al ihe Oeneral

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It MHuic"
"The worl
derland"
'
Cook.
M.P. Says W.I.
Must Come
Together
LONDON. June 20.
looms ahead (oi ttM
I Indies unless more imagine -
Hob and energy is displayed now
preparing Uie ground for fur-
ther and wider economic develop
itieiit This warning is contained
to-day in a letter from If) BST*
narcl Draine. Ml', published in
rent edition of the New
Tomitmmiwealth ifnrmerly Crown
lolonbli Mr. Braine i- dtCfJ)
I in the welfare of the
Ili,ii>>i Went Indies and is fre-
i|nent guestioner in Parliament
i subjects ar7eeUa| ihe grsS.
He agrees with Ihe KeneuUy
lews that the increas-
ing iiopulation problem Is the
gravest danger to the futuie ol
IBS Itiilnh Caribbean territories
and suggests that the only solution
lies in a regional approach to
ihmnil'iev.
Barriers
'Unless the normal healthy
Bsttrs lor self Government in
h li colony is quickly harnessed to
the idea of regional OMBssaMtlOB
there is the danger that
buj local patriotisma will put ud
' develepmetil ,f the
i a whole, which In the
long run might prove fatal to the
well-being of all West Indian
peoples".
Hi' points out that already resis-
tant.- in federation has been de-
veloped in certain quarters and
rgues that until all inhabitants of
i tasn Csrtbbsoa i.
fare common problema and ihare
a common destiny that reslstanee
is unlikely to lessen.
Mr Iiraine suggests that federa-
tion alone can promote the n\ili-
'inmon destiny M obvious economic
advantages.
On Reuional I evel
In his view, the economies
of individual colonies are >iu-
psUtlVS rather than complemen-
tary. Therefore the need i. to
foster future development in such
a way that emphasia is put upon
oroademng economic activity over
Ihe region as a whole, rather UlsB
upon intensifying competition be-
.'iiiividii il i<>iilines.
Such a problem could only be
tackled upon a regional l*v-l
Further. seXtontMB SfOUld pSt>
it the iinpiiivi-nient and en-
ordination of communit.it
encourage Ihe attrSCUOB <>f tWfST"
seas capital arid faeilltale the'
londtnt of external trading reli-
tions.
"Tin- net n speedy
..<" lie i nil. IlKal
La ItJ i. W' | ii. | have rnsfl)
MSDdS hut time is DO. <<> BS
:hem."
sr>.v, oki.i \- ' "li
I * ALCOA '
-S Al... ' '
1 .1 '"*
J'CA LCST TO DOS
"THROUGH INJURIES'
11 rasa Oar o... I .....pend.ali
KINl'.srON. June IK
Manager Alty Sasso of Ihe
Kingston Clubs soccer team
which toured Barbados, told re-
u< i it i. if Barbados football
"Their Manilarn> ii" imi ,
will lam rhen li
Bimsbire hud whipped ths Qtll
team? KC was never at full
Strength. sateUUIgl I Sasso -.ud.
"Always SSI
injuruv-
SPRAY PAINTING
CO. FOR TRINIDAD
irrasn Our O-a l airs
POHT-OF-SI'AIN
A new s**rai paintlasj company
with a capital of some S100.tN.Kl
arsu I-- iai ui> In Trinl I
The name of the new comLKinv
Wil) biv Corej Metal (\unpanv
and will be engaged In spray
painting especially in tl
BBd Oil industries.
IORIIT THOM 111) M l\ .i>'iK XMil.lll M'.RVICF
ArPI.V:-UA COSTA A CO, I.TII -<'AKAIH \N SERVICB
HARBOUR LOG
In Carlisle Bay
l|-.l,,, s.
lenta W. Sch
I arty Nueleen.
S H Lady Rodney, 4.SO* loagi mt (apt
I -Blanc, from Montreal via ~
* S Fothe nernartotle.
Schooner Lucille M Smllh. II ton
net. Capl Haell Horn nrltlsh (Juiana
iiiiuhi h
M V I arlbbee IM tuna not. Capl
Oumta. lor SI I
. Ilelqueen. 44 lona Ml. Capl
Hksti ll.-laa ISU lona nei
t ant ll.um. lor Trim.i. i
ss Ij,]. Rodney S0S Inn. m
. gM I .lllai
In Touch with Barbados
Costal Ststion
CAHIX ASi) WIHF.IJUH1 .West Indie.
lid advlsa that tl-n
c.le with the folio* lug Uil|
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. a All... a a Slulltta.
Itagnhlld nr..vlg. a a (ladlla.
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PAGE EIGHT
KAKHAIKIS ADVOCATE
Till ItSDAY. Jl'NE 21, I9.-.1
S|inrl llt'ftwrl:
ll\>ll'IO\ -
Q
ueen's Park V eto
Cricket Tourney
Whom Has liarlmdos Invilvtl?
YJLP.C. Vrr Bask.lb.ill Champs
us o. s. Mvni
THE NEWLY FORMED Cricke, Association of Trm
htad n * mot wiih Hi. m rid haw
li'i ! nn'i-i ttanii Invitation '. Iht Barbaa Crtckc
elation ii s*'ini ;i K .-ii etdoa taan b
Trinidad rvm lulv
In the first place, although ono
welcomed the rlWt by a recou-
Iflve body to take
t ver by <
la Intercolonial and In-
ternational cricket gatM
GOttld not help making the >bs*r-
that th. newly Itirmc i Spartan's m|i
i*ked to start whether thev '
'mid make one or both trips it
olaetad.
The I'resa was not notified l I
l* InvttMi although this tun.
KM l thf nanom for the many

1 understand that people like
Association, by Virtue ot the-:
invitation tr> Barbados, gave th--
ili.,; they *
run before they even
*i.ilance ou their
No Private Wight
I am MM it all '
entering any private fight be-
tween ling bodie*
m tooth xocpt io
;t.iin aspecti of It
irom the bl " view thai Ihf niiinufactured
will ui*ly affect Intercolonial Herrenfolk"
well as We** Imli
n each department
i
aarnad
Miiguing to see that -tw
..fTereri the new Asaocla-
um paced bowle.'
I hilhpa, who was imoni tho
most surceaaiul bowlers in tno
First Division competition last
reason was not among the
If player,, like Phillip* could
i ot yaiii ,i pitta m tab
i'h the Barbados bowl-
ing a poor us it is now theti
. 'i.. i ,..,
talent as yet unknown
OCa n.rtinj! circles or rcivo
new typ> i t
6 STARFISH, MERMAIDS VICTORIOUS
STAKKISH playing with only six pi:.
able to defeat the L'rsuline Convent by the wide margin of
thirteen goaU to love in their water polo mate
i itio Club yesterday afternoon.
Chandler who cap- chandler,
tttrath In place of Fried* Following this Ann
nael scored six ot these wag In goal and deiu
Ann Rat- Williams broke I
.md Dorothy Warren one. dangecoi.-
In she IBM leh Mermaids Tom '
I cred convincing victory over nor. got ;i
nphs, beating them five another difl
!>ala to love. Mermaids captain of
ran Chandler and thetr left Jus * Jean
inter Jean McKinwm scored Chandler netted the fifth and
two goals each and June Hill of final goal
fct. Winifred's aaaool scored one The referea m
Jdeal Conditions Linesmen: Messrs J. Knight and
The sen was culm and ideal "* "f^rs-
tondlUOH for water polo pre- The t-
,:i I ranlvne ronvenl. fta
at S.15 o'clock. Ursultne Con- Joan Lnanley, Kathleen
vent lacking aXf* 0B> Henrcll. Bdwina Parson*,
advantage of having an extra Lyn NtttO (Cag*.) ;,.
.
Starfish bring the game into their ftUrflah. J. Client. Aw
i.r. and suffered bitterly for it June Hill, Phj
June Hill for StarfW.i scored (Cap!.). Dorothy Wan
Chandli
UM ftraj two goals, from close
range Then one of UN
I Warren swam
through, and scored. PKvlli-
(linndlei took over and by bal<
making the score at the Interval
eh nfi M favoui i.f Starfish.
In the second half the Ursu-
NM Convent did gJBt WT .aavatal' fiathcrund. (
tintea. Thetr efforts hnnight, r,..n,v
acreams and ab.
Mea Nvmsh.. Am,
Nancy

kaa Pat Mahoi ttd Anntw

Maiaaalli Joan Chandlei
McKlnnon, Ann
Cons:.. i.

No %cpnt
One hope* inai the
ntally cor- pi,bhc wilt not be treated in th,
manner again when the tenni
itelf ha* been selected and that
i.ne will know In good tune who
being unable to place |s KOmg i,, piy (Tickci in Hritb i
I'ark Oval nt the dl|>osol f;iana jn ,nr nam,. ,)f Barbados.
Ml the TrlaUad Cricket Asaocla- w,th regard to the local season
USD lg Hint ir WOttM be contrary thought that someone would
ta the Bxtureg drawn iip by mo have had the foresigh( to su
(Hal ll lioaio ol ihiit we played eight ball over-*
Trinidad ;i,,. aaaaon m view ol .
Crickei Ortnhg vteft to Australia.
memlxT or ;il least Oal not .. A, leant Skipper Ooddaid
member at the time '' .self and Deni, Atkinson
the npplic;.H"'i would have a real ptactlo
i i - Ihe ,',",* ',lin "' '''"','n to this.
liiter**ns>K many people wh h.ive studied
li it mott interesting lo^*ee a (q^j
I the
WILL r\ World Champion. Joe Louis, once sgaln become heavyweight
cbampion of the world1? Here h la seen ngbting bis way back. Ha
il>ieiitl Bilon oil points, aud i-.t week hi defeated Savold.
-rrpreit.
Worrell, Ituinadliii.
To Play In Hasliii I > >'i\;i< Gallic
LONDON. June 20
Two West Indian Teal ortokat
Ota, Ir.n.k Worrell .md Sonny
Jtuinadhin are to plav tor Iha
Commonwealth Devea >>
anxious spectators. Each time
however they were robl"*1 "i |ht
bill.
iniyllis Chandlei scoi
nventh and eighth goals as the
Convent defence OB each occa-
alon left her unmarked. When
they remedied thi* June Hill
swam through and got the ball
past the hard-pressed Convent
CUStOdlan Starfish c.-ntinucd this
all out offensive until the end of
tie game. IViyllis Chin.
e.1 the eleventh and Ann Kaison
the twelfth and thirteenth gonl*
W succession.
Th"- referee was Mr. K. Ince.
More ExcIlinR
The second game was a
I- exciting and evenly
battle than the rtrst.
Nymphs were playing without
of their l>est players Koln-rta
men
con-
S. :.
interesting U> tee a 1om1 crteh,.. .,..[,... wU[, m ,.,, t^ommonwealth hieven agaiiibi the
'"' when the Hoard of Control invoked beci
. ,.f my knowledge this
august body has had DO ll
: some years now,
An effort was made two yaor.t
ago to revise rules that arc so
outdated that mi
obanlete as far as they are fcn-
laaded to relate to present da]
but up t.. the present
no definite action has been taken
upon them
A copy of draft rules ha* been
tO the mcti'i.i '
tea most of whom have returnc i
ihem as recpiesfcd by the Boar i
with suggested amendments.
NothiPi: Doing
aavad Ubm
iraay aitarnoon
thai .: an -un\ on
Basket WeJl
The IftSI I(nsketbjil( compels
anded but baCOre
I kiv,. ::.. i ha
-i certain
winch i made to my Sport:
Commentary in the Evening
Advocate on Monday June I
l stated then that the Modern mnto-,
High School had won the Secotl I
DhrWon corn|MtiUOn (or IM1. C^SS
I v.rote ids., then that UV
A an ..iii. itl
protest against the un-gularitic
i September
Festival ga
and 7.
other memben <>i the I
Geoaeai Tribe and
i' ID and Kngh-h play-
eri l-ninr Kishlock. HamM (;,.,
Laker, rred Ridgway.
Harold Stephenson. George Ein-
., V ,lir" '-lut l**"* A"*" tc.ipi.iiin.
All these players were in the
( .
7 a
n s
it a
IS 4
N I 5
30 I
nivismx
'Willis HiM'o^niscd
As \\ orld Champ
V BRITISH BOARD
IXJNDON. June 20
The British Boxing Hoard of Vi'dmcr and Mary" rtnlght An-
ContTOl announced hcu todg] ,,,],. IMoasH and Pat Mahon
ranffluai Joe Louta (i. putieed for them.
World Heavyweight champion Mermaids began by defending
Following l.i- defeat la*t week of tic far goal and surged ahore-
Lec Savuld arhom they previously wards in perfect combination
u cognised. Ann Eckstein in goal t
n T.ph-. btaufht < When ni.ikinu 'his announce- saves before Jean McKmnoi
nent of the Board, gwam In from the wing and ni-
m i Pane added "A Louat had ationed hareail foi .> p
be*M defeated bv Ezzard Charles. j\t-* Hill. Jean scored with .
recognised as Heavyweight Cham- freil placed shot Into the top lef'
pinn in the United Slates, the h.md comer of the nets.
After this the Sea Nymph.-
Manet Betty Williams, Ton.
For this reason the Board wel- Browne and Nancy Jones hel
comet and recognises the forth- mn, jnd backed up by somi
OOnkbtl ftfht between Louis and good goalkeeping by A
i ..'i | nieans Of drtermln- stttn kept out the e;.
mg n undisputed world Cham- maids. Just before half
izrr-^r-^t.'^ suss bos
Nothing has coma of this, end of thc Court at the Modern lliah JM,,.
latt meeting ot the Boardj gchoei. The Becratary had re- t'tasaan
hetd to Truurtnd. the rules were p^,,^ ,tl|1 ,cp*.it .it the end of ewSs
not discussed. One l]p *orumn and apologised f.r *
pion."Beutrr.
at
r,5
ai a los to know what ride* mA (^
Jit West Indies Cucket ^.fn,,.
I -l at present ami Thl
wblcn can dj cannot be Inw
inn demand: .
I wonder if these unofficial
teams of In Uan
who lake
1
otry their
wing of Hie** conditions p,'r
ii i
a i
Captuin of the Modem Modern High School's win
High School haa Informed me should bi- i ouret
report to the Evening when H b reealled thai this club
Advweate Wag Ike first in.iWat nn entered the ronipeiit i-
which he had had of an> u
Be felt that it shoul.l n.v. played a aanie |. t
Hamad by the Beeretw
iMit there were irregularltie.
-. ^ red-tape .lh(1 Brfteol w.lhnut hrst notifyim;
Ithe M us thai tnenj emg > pro-
I'eat. They could go into \h
.: i rlcket B<
oj control I auppoag H u"
>......gwitloni I
the paapla erht have

., that lite
ticket llonrd ol
,. sui-h lw *'ver heard
tean al Ihe result*
tours.
IfcHihtful
i doubtful of ih,. awr

lhai it .- unhkciv thai
. democi
He was also willing U> replay
it;. .Icidlng match, win. n Um
M ii s bad wo,, irom I
i the alleged UjvegMjiii
ground* and any match in which
ihere had been an official protaat
and ' whloh they bad not yet
been notn.el.
And now Dor the bigaM baakei
ball news-
also prove :i so irca
to Jam*
i .vim entered this
season's cm
conditions to Modern High School
in HH9
Ihe llnw ol writlog iho
itvi
i>[ their intenliiin to t;ikc par) i>
Ihe Knock 0W oomaatMfcai which
,' - ittiin ., we
v M I"' in p |
!..: i M II S. ; ,:.<
Sea SCO
its
r.nr.c cup winners Uy0i.uU. x, d,.,,.,,.
BSS. in .'.ch""* ,n,l Z......1 * .".-Clc, r.g P C
..... UUUIUMMMMB oh-
, way or anoth,'iv
BnrriiMliK' Inilim
"" w i-%iiir
Daiuiii'l's XI
have
one* HRHin won the Da Coata Cup i n ,. ,,.,.
lor Ihe nnrl Htvlakn nn,l HOdWti ,,,. .,, ,,<,,......
.....' l,,,v' '""".""" Ban>- Road, on Saturd >. Uia a I' i 0
cl. Boltlin. Co. Cup (cr Ihr w- x| pI>..l.d Onniucl^ M
ina. j'l.iy tianinawad at I .s
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Pagkn i ...it i. i mm a,m.
Inquiry into death of Mar-
Jorle Vtaodrune uf Hlark
Korb. at HMri.i "A"
Court '! p.m.
Police lli-it tlayn at Cen-
tenary < luirrh Harvlee ai
CodrtiiRloH ollege 4.30
p.m.
Water I'wla at A(|UJtlr Club
j.00 p.m.
OeaaH nllhl at V.W.C.A.
fi.00 p.m.
ii. i i '..i. Table Teiinr.
C.iniprtllloii- I ii v vs.
Ilamptun and Aquatic vs.
f.verton. I'lav sUrts at
ti.30 p.m.
Middle Cinema dives ahuw
at Featherbed Lane Pas-
ture. It John 7.30 p.m.
I'ubli. Meeting at Children's
t.uotwat Lcatar HOD
a i.
( INaVMfl
aurl Ci>
I ......" I
and TO*
Aaaitl* r "Ii
however June Hill got throug]
llitir defence and Mermaids weri
wo up as the teams change*
mrts for the "ieeond half.
The real did not help the Sea
Nymphs. In less than a coup!
of ninutes they were back at th.
goal line Mermaid* having got
iheir third gold scored bv J
The Wealher
TO-DAY
Hun KHes: .40 a.m.
Sun Sptu: 9.1*. p.m.
Moeu (lai-l ((uarler) June
m
Lighting: 7IHl p.m.
Hlsh IVatrr: 4.41 am.. Ml
p.m.
YMTF.RDAV
K.wnt.ll (Codrington) M in.
Total far month It Yester-
day : 3.C9 In*.
Temperature (Max.) 86.5 V.
Temperature (Mini '.!:> I
Wind fMrcctloii (9 a.m.1
E.N.t.: II p.m.) I.M.
Wind Vetoclt\ 14 mites per
hour
Barometer <9 a.m.) '';
(3 p.m.) ?9.11
-. r'HiOi roll.. Barracu-
da I i.t.i:; trsh. !! -,,., M
POLITICAL
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FRIDAY
JUNE
At 8
NIGHT
22nd,
o'clock
i ndet the 4u
Barbtu! I i.
issot ialton
p /
rniffir afaVa
No. 31
Mark I lie End of n
rrojcctini: l-ond at
Nlol with a
Kll> LIGHT
Space made available I -
CANADA |>KY
tor baler Mutarltig.
ond divk 0
The tlrst division competit'on
rephned but since
i po-^ititiitv oi ain team
getting a better peroantaan than
' r i ram one ihan
v Mc.A.. the eontpetitloa is desed
N ib.it the Knock Out may g-*t
gnoagnei. [n m. nMand division.
Skipper B i
advoi ita* en n the
con I4S, ii oiton |g
og ... c. Hannvood 11
and r* I'arsons 13 were the IcmI
scorers. Bowiinu (or Dannlela Xi
Barker, t; Sofae
I clubs nave 001 made return* '' hull le look 3 for I6\S
reordance with rules of the
Competition and the results BP
based on the available data.
The following are the results
1ST- MTtUOK
U and 1 for 6 respec-
i reply Ihmnicbi XI made
128 of which C. Dannlel 21.
J. Barker 21, G. Sobers 18 and
K Creenidge 12 were top scores.
Bowling for the Advocate's XI
c. BaalUld, U. Oiton and W
Allevitc took 6 for 21. 3 for 8 and 1
for 4 respectively. The game thin
elided in an outright victory for
the Advocate's XI.
in Support uf
MR. II. A. IIOWDINC
( lurk's Ku\s.. lltiflu...
SI. Oiaim
Speaker.:
Messrs. WILKINSON
DOWDIN;:
t MOTTI.F.Y
CIODDARI)
GRIFf.TH
Miss REIII and others
J>UNLOP
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RHEUMATISM!
ARTHRITIS!
Their terrible pain it often needless.
DOLCIN. a n,
due to sympii
ilwo has phvm
vhi.'ii .ir.' i,
Ita i.. iha
of tr.
th.
t. bnng prompt relief Trom pain-
din.!.** Hot ssssrel DOLCIN
logical action, paetirulnrry on meInlnHic proeuuaes
y import-.nt factor > the rheumaii'- ntafi 'I hat is
rail .i .i .ii lion ot a new rumhinaiion of aakmUfe
nighlv In hospital!- *
It hiinrelievM ihr
(uick-iietina lagvedkmta.
I)lii.< IN Inc. h< H'ing prenled bv d.>. lor- eat
Iclluw -oner. with long ^tnndinf raei
Time |min gBS, v-m w*. Mm- sooner you use
ton mv be imp' t\,- I.
. \ DOLCIN eoata eery little Get it today loo pn
It is
id clini.
ngnlsh of i
i uf | liit-r-liffnfun and
DOLCIN, the aooni r
tablee.
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FOR A
DELIGHTFUL
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A Public Meeting
toi tiiivr. tiik
mi ii \ ita. til Tin.
People of Barbados
OF WITH SFXI-S
will take place at the
( IIII.0R1N s GOODWILL
i.i \;i | CBNTU
t iixvi in |ion ROAD
on Ihursday Kvenins
Jane 21. 1951. at 8 p.m.
W. W. RKEC'F., Eso...
K I M.C.P..
srIU be m the chair.
Other Speakers are:
Mrs. CECILE WALCOTT
(England)
Dr. .i a r.rtnwNF. b a
M.B.. Ch.ll.. DO. M.l)
Hon FRANK C. HUTSON.
I
Dr. BASIL SKINNER, ll A.
II R.C s.
E. D. MOTTLEY. Esq.,
M.C.P.
D. D. OARNER. Esq., M.C.P.
4 HARLF-S THOMAS. Esq.
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