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I'M.I Ul.l BARBADOS \ii\ci< MI sDAY. UNI Ccudh QaSlinq S to M.KRT ABMDDXU not n. ill.Windward :.Transit from n nH on Monday by lh< 9 Lady Kodaey on hU wa: back to hit headquarters m Grenada. He was acrnmpanteet b> Lady Arrundell For Stag ar Talks S lit JOHN SAINT island on Monda\ by B.W.LA.'s chartered ftfcjl Jamaica to attend the general meeting of the Congrrsx Organising Committee of Ihe International Society of Sugar Can. Technologists <' was Mr. B. G. F. MandrvinV Secretary of the Barbados Sugai Producer s Aaaoouttkn who ha* gone to attend as an adviser, a inflating of Ihc Board of Director of the British West Indian Bug* Association which opened yestor. on Monday mornin day and is expected to finish toHJiS. l-asly *•***' Mr. E. S Robi. doa delegate attending the meet""I •• ri au Bhter. Muira,. who Off to U.K. L EAVING by the ColomWe Sunday wai Mrs. Ian Gale %  Bd her little son Adrian. Mrs. Gait will be away for just over three months. She Is going nrsl to England uhert* she will slay with her mother and ther will go on to Mentone. in the South of France, net itoot-an ntr HVf M |SS < In lighter F M MARGARET GILL, Of Mi Gill, of "Began Lodge." g the passengers for tho United Kingdom sailing on BM r>b the Eldei (.otflta .in | Engaged DOUGLAB GILL, mani i irrtation. St. Philip, .irrived Imni St. Vin%  % %  he spent DM week-end. During hU engagement was announced is Mlsa Clemmie Medforri of St. !| I nt family 1->in In wishing them the liet of luck in the future! Continuing Tour tw weeks' holiday an d %  *£ V B A M\\ ~\,\ the Barbd">g "t CstraUnk llolel His wife There was^ n large gathering; of itjnajsn by th. s B CvlMnatr .., v ing, is already left here t< paaaad I I in Jamaica havin HgO members of Ml religion at the air Sunday mil tn %  !-.... i^-. .... >. port to s-iy 'ban voyage. 1 ute to the Rotsjni on Kingdom on holiday. They will remain 1h e United Kingdom, arrived Sunday by the S.S. OalftU. „, .... . While in rtomimc... M. CailagWendy Elizabeth untll Au4usia ban icfereed the boxing mate!. \1/ENDY ELIZABETH daughI-,..,. .„, rT„-j, b.,,,.,, KM Ralph, light, heavyW ,„ „, Mr ,„d Mrs. J. S. B. to,,-'": !" ArUtened at Chrt.i ., lhl mMlni „, „„. c „ mm ,„,_ Trinidad on by the SS. Golflio were and Mtv Fonakt Murphy Knftland Mi Murphy To Join Her Husband A HRlVrNG from En.lond ..v. w '' h '. i"mp">n ol fcrhwluSundav hv ihiSS Ciiai.. nr R, ^ Grams, \ljbl huv> wss Mr. K n Hadrllffr nf lorwek *l" rhampion at Marlinlauc. stternooii. Godparents preaent al 7{~, dm Sh'e ha. 'nofVomr '.. i i, '" i d "'""• ""I ""''"' """ ""' minic came over lait week to mee( he? Mr. and lira. KadclirTe % %  guests of Mr. and Mr K r si-iil.' ol Kit gal*) tnd V' i Hell-MilMethodist Miniater R EV \HD ICRI I M. 11il.LIKi; and their two children Kenneth and Brenda arrived here on Sunday by Ihe GeMIe intransit for St KitU Rev. Hilhcr who is ;. Methodlftl ^\!.!!VaTV?K*L^iS?; So nd Heir tS^^^S^t^SSrHSi RKV iOi Mr, St. Cl %  re his family and be win h. *^ C tabelle. party at their home, "Dranbee", Max oil vhlch begins on Septerr n t'. TMnMad lov ard I %  %  IV2 Intrantit '^arlbbeaal it.'-V.-/. *-'*' %  *-• Manager International WILSON, General iinager of International A Daughter C ONGRATULATIONS to Mr. %  nd Mrs C E -'Sonny" St. iniranu %  n.atibtN.ni,. Ltd and Mr. M RS. ROBERT WALLACE. f^Z* 8 "*" %  ,hr cnmpanj Druggist or Baralana, TrinL^T"ffS 1 "*" 1 J rU 1 *' to their England. Mis. E I. Incc of Nova Lisboa. Maxwell returnj„hn on the birth ol ed to Barbados on Sunday by Ihi SS GolBto. SL" is the duughtei of Mr. Laalie Clarke formerly u Canefleld. St. Thomas Ids hi the l^dy Radney IKMH DornbUCS d.uighter where P i%  pafU .i holid luadqunrters in Trinidad on Sun'! b) the SS ttotfto. Thev hid spent about four days here n. conwith airline .ommtinica• Tudor 1VI it r nectl-. which took place %^sterdBy. ThU hot husbiind'ralatlvge, .nui tiona. iFor U.S. Holiday %  Ch.nlie" TAYLOR, babe are doing fine. \ Five Fingers^ staying at Stnfford House t(HWIEWED fi) fi.tt.) SunOn Long Leave i | HAVING I ( ,I England on **£ay >..*.! b> tht ss cleasaie on long leave was Mr, G. E. Thomas of Barclays Bank .stationed In Antigua. He was ..eeomjNinied by hi* wif t ,n.| d.iiightei While in Barbados, they were -layinu al tti. St. 1 i Hotel. Ambaasador n fart moving i OiH'iilni; at the Globe Theatre invasion. Ha on Thursday. FIVE FINGERS li ten as n %  • ihe melodramatic story of a fabuwould 1^ < low World War II apy, whose It. After all. exploits are incredible, nlbslt celve of a genuine. It is one of the few picbeing unabl. o Hop a leak of and adult dialogue. Su.pense tures that contains enough inTup Scorei InfnrmatldD to the built up to n skilful Umax and terest, romance, intrigue and enemy and having no suspicion^ a thrlllli\g chase, topped off with thrills to have a universal appeal of his Albanian valet who had a aortas of Ironic double -crosses The story is based on the previously been in the service of that culminate in an unexpected. Frederick Foio. (actual events recounted by L. S a European CoQol i-nd Countess but "poetic Justice" finale. Charj JI Michael. Moy/nti, an undersecretary in the whose loyalties were as eluingeadvruatlons are all smooth, with! The nuptial knol .v.i. tied i<\ German Embassy in Ankara duable as the weathei. Equally* James Majon as tho suave, urbane aflev. O. c. Haynes. Vicar of string the last war. in his book fantastic in the fact that the Gervalet, Walter Hampden its the "Operation Cicero" aod describes man High Command believed the British Ambassador. John Wengmf Ihe espionage activities of the man to be a British Agent, and us Von Papen and Danielle Dortrusted valet of the British Ambecause of this, refused to act rieux as the mercenary Countess bassador in Turkey, who sold top on the information received. Ingiving highly polished performSecrcts to the Nazis for vast sums credible as it may be, the truth anew, of money. Amongst the photoof the story iti vouched lor and static copies of documents U) one trembles to think how tho Directed by Joseph L reach \h anamy wa aaarai inuoura* ot hbrtury ndaht have beat. MnnMawlca, top m* in bis proformation on the conferences at altered had the Germans acted on frlon. FIVE FTNGEHS is excitMoscow, Cairo ..nd Teheran and the information ing adventure and nrst-claas even the Allied plans lot D-day This picture was aimed in tcrfcilament. %  he story been writTurkey, and the teeming cities i 1 doubt If there embassy social life give excellent M.—'.-J „• G l-U-i been much sale for background and atmosphere fo: marrieo at Dt. Jofin i t Ifantastic to conthe Intrigue that goes on. while! A quiet wadding took ipt has amudng|^ St. John's Pariah Church yesterday morning when Mi Hum ptney Walcolt. I'rob.it. took as Ins bride IliSJ Emu Down**, niece of Mi aid Km. Barnabas. The bride was given in marriage by Mr. Frederick Nicholas while the duties of best man were, performed by the bridegroom's brother. Mr. cUn WalWOME-X ix THK \i:ws——9 Mi>. Ethel Dove, daughter of the late Kitt and Gertrude Scaly .if Prereton St Philip, Is the i Met Matron and Schoolmistress of the liil** Section of the Government Industrial School — Sonimervulc. She Is n strlkinit porsonnllty whose kindly Influence i bound to have a good effect on the girl* who pass through that uudttution. Mrs. Dove, with her high sense of duty and untiring Interest In the progri'ss of KdutuUon. was. the appropriate choice. In IS17 she was appointed headmistress of the EbeiKvei Girl-' School Two years later she was recommended for the headship of the Government GUIs' School, Accra, Gold Coast. From there she has returned to Barbados Id sen*! tn a similai capacity. Her appointment to Accra was a welcome opportunity for Mrs. Dove to work and help in the progress of her own race. The people of West Africa were grateful and to-day she is the proud possessor of (wo illuminated addresses presented her by teachers In Kuma*l on being transferred to Klbl and by the people of Klbl on the eve of her retirement in 194& Married In ll2fl Mrs. Dove resigned In order to bv married and in \9M ivappohited and taught in schools at Accra. Kumosi. and Kibl. During the war years (1939—45) her special effort was organising evening classes in Domestic Science for girl* and women. They were taught various recipes for the use of local product* especially invsavn and Indian Com. Kecipes At that time the Gold Coast Government prohibited the exportation of starch, because no use was being made of the flour after the starch was extracted. Only sweet cassava is grown there and it is the staple food of m. tribes. and how to obtain a balanced Mrs. Dove wrote to the Editor diet. There were also lectures or the "Morning Host" telling on Child Welfare — now to give loin of the various recipes for %  Imby Us first bath, how to dress the use of cassava (lour. They the umbilical cord and the neewere published weekly with the esslty for regularity in feeding, result that not only did the peoIwthing and sleeping, pie of Klbl benefit but the same Pilgrimage In IfiM on behair of King Prempeh and the Ashantls, Mrs. Dove came to Bs^tadoe and laid a wreath on the grave of the late Mr Harry Scott Newlands who was Chief Commissioner of Ashantl before he was appointed Governor of Barbados Retired After her retirement ulie spent eight month* in England waiting for si pasaage home. During her stay there she worked at an orphanage as Asaistunt Foster Mother and enjoyed her work among the boys On the 6th September. 1946 she arrived in Barbados and was appointed A*sistant to the Chief Matron at Ihe Girls' Industrial School in Apnl 1947. Mrs. Dove gladly accepted ohe post because of her love fot ebildraa After the death of the late Miss E. Clarke she wa* appointed Chief Matron and Schoolmlstreas. She enjoys every moment spent In furthering the progross of the children and assists them in cultivating plant.which she brought back from Africa. It is her chief aim to make the atmosphere it the School a home rather than Institution and she contributes everything possible to attain Mid end. Hobbies She Is a widow with o ifUUI — a son, who served a* paratrooper in World War II He ta itow working In the Civil Service in England. She also has two grandsons and her hobbles are garden mg. fancy work and reading. MRS. I I HU DOVE e ii-i Acre also used by European Missionary ladles in other districts. The recipes tough' were Cassava bread, pone, cake, dumplings, fritters, gmtcd .teamed cassava, cassava cou-cou and cassava scone*. Vnriouc raslnea were made from Indian Corn such as corn cake, -nrn fritters. stew dumpling oi Sonata gta Marmalade, icily and candled peel were made from shaddocks and grapefruit whu >< .aval enten. but were used for vleaning brass pans. In addition to recipes lectures were given on tho food value of local products I \i:%v \itim \is HAT SHAPED WALL VASES FEATHER PILLOWS % % % %  %  % %  ~-' •_aw %  OTaVrr. -.13.42 rarl. .l \l l\l I It.llOIIX HATS WOMEN'S WIDE BRIM M7 MAIDS' NARROW BRIM nil T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4606 M 1! OflUc On Holiday ni'DI.KY WiUUAMS, letaiN i the Worcester Ihe Alliance Assurance Company, was an arrival on Sunday by the SS Golflio for about ten days' holiday. He was accompanied by his wife and they are staying at the Hastings hotel. This is Mr. and Mrs. w.D, unt 1 first visit I" the W. I'ni:. %  -. P&INSofPllB Stosptd in 10 Minute'. II U no lon|cr nvoaaaar) to nulTn V*lr a Chi... -.-. lormrnt from Plf .'!..• ih dlKOVMKol i*rtnmrorii"tiy known % %  r*ii....irt) M,ustart* i<*orh In 1* mlnutm nO r% % % % % %  %  ilh pain Sui •! %  > lakxa ul II %  • -• %  II ln. M>>| tlaMuJlnf unrt > ontbotB n-rvf lrrlt*llon ihrrl.) nrl.inr ..lb-r ir-n, hi-. ca-l b I'll-%  >> %  •' • %  Hth-. Navnwni. >lark*i-l>r Cmllt-M-ii. IOM. ol anrrir. *lhlllty. *-i'1 Irrllahto diapoiiilon >-i MI- trera yeai !tiu**lnt today iinflar mnnaillva B 111> %  111-yi" ..,!.. I ^-. "i Manager of the Hotel Royal. !'." w M.mdav by B.WI.A. for iei in Kieo n route to the USA '-.>ivr**a| II M i akaa "--M n. *IO pit li Mr ,y 1 KiM te>iv i..c 's,d m *> P."Cntnuawr Of < %  laaass ..i \i,iod y t* fl ^. r l m -**"• i, .-... -:' .., rtMHM Thina. 6 41 Ruuna a,. un .i Prar ; n, ., m %  %  s ( %  I 9 • >l CaUlag Thr iv...( btSM %  if mi aitinmii m ^ __ terajd.. Bto ,m FVTn T n m pm. The Stun WJn. The N.|. la.; 1U) p.m Mid-srwl ' i. ii:, h. ti TO-DAVS MWS HASH KIKHIK r-'KRHl'LEs K'K WALKING STICK-Also S.iiiipli WAI-K1N<. STK KS SOLID BKASS LOCKS All now opened by: JOHNSON'S STATIONim HA1UHAHI 1411 I. I \-IM. llll \ PLA/A B-TOWN (DIAL 2310) llrttttfflil It.i, I. bfi I'ublir U*m—d! The Screen'* Create*! Danrlnr Team! Fred Ginger ASTAIRE & ROGERS in TOP HAT RKO RADIO RE-RE1-EASB with Edward Everett HORTON — and — IRVING BERLIN (Himself) Ana the most popular Songs CHEEK TO CHEEK THE I'ICCOLINO" & Others. IIMIUV |une *h 4.45 A 8>S p.sn Aaw FRIDAY WO 4.45 AgJO p in .\ ConUnusng DaDy 4.45 8.30 p.m. .1. PtMFl&i may affect the l->.c rmsm. Skm -r ;pnona****** and mrttanon. umpLc thciuiuusm and painful B Jm& loiots are nature') Mgrul thai you need CUrkr '•> •**•** %  Blood Mixture. This famous medkane helps $KfN io dean:; the blood stream of unpurrum gad fgfjtffcaan aeep yoa lit aeid free froea these and uonUr 'roubseaome ooanpaunts. Be law to ask lor gTSfssafSaT .CLARKE'S^ Jg Ho od Mixt ure J*JSS For IvutUtr of s#-s*rf/ I'o/owr li VICJTV p*c>c:\c and how it p-i Ikffs! \ A tnaui ro'.ii!cr for Propert'i. 0^ tR '* ^"Uiiog clw is quite Ihc same. Waicb S -, %  Ihc dilVcrencc it BMIPM |Q your shoes! g4 -aST^ |> R0 J ERrS S II 41 I 4 It I. \ M liUlllHIIIIIIIIIIIHlg— IB laan ute no lumit U) the IOV* of Ihc %  %  riitnl arftb !>.: %  osiuea-n. Dimlopdta ihtoi i roair. alto tilu-,%oiher %  pec^l .idvjnuao. (, all imjll cfall 0 li iciain, to originaJ Uiapc and rcilienve ihtouthout it* loog life. O %  %  %  "•sonJiti.MicJ' in u< owing to ||s Lcllul.t SsaWratgsas li .i dampreoof. Q It b buoyant. mm %  %  "'"' '• pi A f 1 i.mii III is r i "a m /% Opening FrWDAY 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. and ConUnuing II "WNER BPJOS: BIG-GUN IN SCREEN ADVENTURE.' Kidneys Must Clean Out Acids bN)r !•*** ot MOM* Atld; m.rt.Ur itMka younuSar (ron. A^liin* Joinl-. Aaldlty. OT Bu/nli i, Kiihi*u>'brolaoniialtxMbta* -li h th. evrtof'a proMTletMn C*** :,-" %  MaiUoofhlna In UrM • pr. -i.ur.i. MUsnwtarr %  %  .clly th. madlrlo* you raad at t Uivfc !• suarantaoa Aak Saiurtlftff Xi./ht THE GREAT ALUMINIUM SHEETS ft.. 7 II.. H ft.. fl.. Ml ft.. 11 ft.. 12 ft., x 2 ft. 23 Gauge. KINDLY MAKi: ARK Wtil.MKNTS AH()I T yoii: i.i t)i MI. .ii N is NOW:: PLANTATIONS LIMITED GIOBF I•%  41 If ; II III ,...,. O..I. 4 IMMIIII I I|H SIVK l>lIII E4l MIH >VIlr*le ltol.li. L.rrtt.. Young CLISTQN and hut parUiei FLORENCK in I Show full of MAGIC CLUB MORGAN lg*n s Ms I 0-*aOK.i.O "• %£ S. | F Mt Mil STOK1 tit Till UOitMis OMBATV0T SPY The TRUE story at the must fabulous spy ol all lime 1 i .LIVE TODAY LONG AFTER THE NATIONS Of THE WORLD HAD SWORN TO KILL HIM 1



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WEON'l SOAY, JUNE i, IMJ II WtBAIKrS AIIVCM VTfc I'XCI Tllltl.l. Heroic Pilo t Decorated Rescued Crash Victims B. G. Cocoa, Cotton Beside Blazing Grass Tesi8 Progressing (From Our Own Correspondent) C7 C7 MussonsLeave ysEDTO For England JREAD I nun Our Own Correspondent I GEORGETOWN. May 24. Colonel A. J ("Art") Williams. Managing Dirix-loi of B.G. Airways Ltd., was on Friday morning decorated with the U.S. Army Air Medal at an impressive ceremony at Atkiason Field. Upper Demerar River, by General Howard A Cralg, Inspector-General o( the US Air Forces. The Citation which was read bv Capt J. P McClearyAide to General Craig stated: "By direction of the President, and pursuant Jo authority delegated to the Commanding General. Antilles Ah Command, an Air Medal is awarded to Arthur J Williams, Major. Air Corps. US Army, for meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight near Punta AraRuapichc Venezuela, on April 16, 1942, Involving landma; on and take-off from the confined and dangerous waters of the Cai Guara River on the delta of the Orinoco River. In order to rescue the crew of — an AT-6 aircraft that had crashed in the jungle swamps of the Cai Clara River. Major Williams volunteered his services, and wui utlcr disregard for his own safety and despite the fuel that rescue aua impossible with any sea or aircraft available io ihe United Stales Aimed Forces, he successfully landed his privately owned In-; .ticl Amphibian on the S;T ** """ C; "' a mr, within clota proximily of the grounded personnel. This landing was doubly hazardous in that a cuing the stranded crew, he.hen £' l ?, C "L^ r0 A " ?rwd accomplished i vk.10,1 taktZS £ h s uln AtTi under these hazardous condition!. S*. Ml and brought the parly to a United "uSL--. wnereaa me policy of raci.il WffHHlOU .*s enforced by tho South African Government ubiucs the tights of human beings; Ami Whereas it is meet that the Colony shows its abhorrence and disapprobation of such policy: Me It Roelvrd that this Council •-ondcoins the policy of racial bosom. General Crain ^t^fatlon enforced by the South both the United States A ""'cn Government and place* Luckhoo Protests Malanism Fn '^J x ^y." Cnri>ond r i.t %  GEORGETOWN. May 26 Hon. Lionel Luckhoo, has given tic* in the Leifislative Council be discussed pass (From Our Own Cor respondent) GEORGETOWN M LpertnMnti bo determine whether British G soils are aftittable for irrowin*. cocoa and cotton anprogressing favourably. The Department of ARriculture latest move was to take up a site at Atkinson Field, the forms* U.S. Air Bus. and with this field the Department are now expoi im. ntiiij; >n four different types of soil m various parts of the Colony. Experiments bepan follow.ni; in\-estlpatioiis earned oul by Cocoa Development Officer, Mr. R A. Kiichin. who i" %  tnst 1.1 months in the Colony makin S MTVtyi Id find out places that looked suitable for the growtni; of coco ?, !SUCCCS!tful| V from !he commorcia l standpoint He has so far selected four sites where trial plots have boon established. (1) on the brown sandy sod of the Wartica-Potara area. (2) the red latente clav mixed with iron stone concrete concretions at Hosorora North West i-isTrict <;t the heavy clay toll at Plan. PTOVldenW, Fast t..ink. r perblce RJvei (4) the alluvial clay-sift ral Atkinson, I', per Dfmeraia River. Guiana, which at tne — Uflift impnits a lar^r "•l" ''manufactured oocoa praducta, M %  • ...m%  -i.x) producer o! cocoa beans, hut •-vcmuMlv the industry sutT. import%  onJ Croon .,. abroad t eaaassr prteai o/htca „,.,,,.. profitable Capta.' R. Musaon. an EneArm> iq World War II left Trinidad Sajiia.v in the VMoch Hon Ctmnb • for England with Mrs. Musson aiHriiish Guiana born wife rfce. left aftei I .hr*e-M:ith old f\fh' against deportaUoa ordei madfl by I ...iges have been paid! b> th. nidad Government out S | $4.(t< awarded Use ourt Judge last Febru| irj erh. they won an action! brought i ihom against an Immi, gration < lor false Inprl* I sonmaW CapUii Muaaon h.. b .!. I he '.Vi-st Indies about live I C ai Grenada In isn to iper. He was de1 I WORK UNTIl" UJl.O. Follows Jamaica Plan prat i %  cocoo" and Sugar Association Offrrs $2kn\ IAKUX local propoi Itlon. AT Atkinson several Luckhoo** motk poratlon to assist in the financing xparsion scheme* hi States Army Hospital. By courage, initiative and skill as a pilot, he has reflected highest credit on himself and the armed forces of the United States." Since the appointment Major William* has been promoted to the rank of Colonel. Pinning the medil Colonel'* %  aid that __. of America and Britain have a ". record its abhorrence of the great deal of gratitude to offer to attitude adopted to the various Colonel Williams for his pioneer >" "> "> pursuit of thl policy work in British Cuiina. His ex*' hlch ''"ftv lo affect adverwb ploits and efforts are well known tfte nilcable relations existing throughout the US.AT. and nnfst the peoples of this commercial and businc-w conColony and of other mixed comeems in the VS.A.. as well as muniues. In British Guiana and the British .,_* %  • "e It Further Reaolvrd Commonwealth. that ,hW Council respectfully General Craig declared th.t It P riV8 His Excellency the Govwas a areat ulensure In present crnor to transmit a copy of this the Air Medal on behalf of the Resolution to the Secretary of Chief-nf-Staff for this specific act Stat* for the Colonies and to the of braverv and to iward the united Nations urging that steps Command Pilot's Wings as a be taken by the United Nations mark of d!tlnetion and success of P*rsuad the South African Colonel William*'! lone living Government to desist from such u __ _,.,„ disastrous course and to adopt a Present with Colonel Williams policy towards all races in South at the ceremony were his wife Africa in keeping with the and daughter Jane Anne, Their declaration of Human Rights •on Jim who has followed in his father's footsteps is now nn nrtive service in Korea with the U.SAtr Torce. Also present were British Guiana Government officials, senior members of the staff of B.GAirways Ltd.. newspaper Editor*. Ihe VS. V-e Consul. high ranking officers of the G bean Air Gommond. U.S. Forte and Tom Persaud ne "" House of Representatives will n the cids* emplo>ee> of BG Airto ^^ in j ,„ 8 ud Url ,. ways who was with Colonel WOiBh parliamentary practices They Hams at the rescue and who he w| „ ^ g ^ colonial parColonel said rendered great assistumMlaruin / wh0 have been ln •*• vlted to make this study visit this summer by the General Council of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association and the United Kingdom Branch of tho Association. The Jamaica labour Party has decided that two members of that party should accept the invitation KINGSTON. May 30. rhc Jamaica Sugar atanufai Ud • era Association has made liv % %  • tabllshcd '"I being nurtured and oSewisa iSSSSFS*. ErS^M C ?' survived ihandonmfni. Thaw now form pan at th< Exprrimrn'* wl i' "V."'' 12 Tl "' Assoriation has ofiorrd to .mi T-J J, iVita'i |,,l l ,,n •'' %  v '" id he Oorporation W.soo.itoo MaV x >M SS22? 0 1 pT ^ V !" 1 from the Sugar I'.ne Stabilisation hih-> icidiiiK varteoat, an ornnai % %  „.,<) • ilso being kept out for j t is provided that the fund may "A va rieifa. invested in Government secur( mne ihr ,„ c i anri members of the Board being obcontrolling the Fund, are of the hiSfh-yield les. In reBpeel <.f th planting mnteri I \ :.^ino,l from St. Vincent and fiinrlnm since Trlnldnd hnd repart*-**! an nttack by some disease and the Ocpartment had to sake the normal prevention Dtmtnst the disen-if sfettinv into British Gutnna by way of surh planting rnaYtrrial • United Kingdom hnd examined results of trlnls made nt Ann.-i nesrinn. atetOUlbo County, lost year and thought them %  -.>rv ^,ii-i-.'sful and -uegeted that the trials should Incarried <>ut this year in Berhfce County that the iund would be of far more use to Jamaica if investr-i locally than in the securities of "ther British Colonies K1NOSTON Mu ;t" amatrn fktcial Wf-lfnrr %  .1 b> ',• %  I'niteti Nations' Organlxatlon ; %  •• an es.trnple i>( taehnfq H methods In hn Danlllon of the ConunlaBon's Wccfij in tins field comes i gUon h*OlT the Fundamental Education Department of UJf.BJB.C.o '"i ihe Commbaton h) be Included in a major survey to be conducted by that organisal.-ni thi: A full iiirvea <>t the history, organisaUoii methods ami IH.IUII.I1N of fundan-ntal education organisation* throufdaatri thi world will be made, and the work of the Jamaica Social Welfore Commission will be included in the report because it demonstrate* in > en anffering froni -heumatism *ery badly and ha* Huch pains in my .rail I acaroelg Knew how to uas them Tnea I was told to try (Crunchen Salt*. And after using on* bottle 1 %  ml r-llsfSo.of coorss. I haea xept on with It, am now thor%  niK-lily better and havs nar felt ... fit for years I uaad lo feel mserabland sluggish, but now .1 is s pleasure to work instead of a dread" SB. The psina and Btiffnese of fhsurnailsm ar* usually .sussd t>V deposits of wires* txr\c acid In the muscles and :>inta Kruschea stimulates the *idi\ays and gihsr inn— tlnsl organs to regular hoftHbv ai'tlon BO that all the •xreu uric sold \wir>"^ted thiough trie natural rhsunls. en %  %  that goes, aehee and r Our 0 Cam>uenet' KINGSTON, May SO. Jamaica'* honev production in n iB52 will faii b> 40-. beiow list Jamaica 8 Htitutna •K-^ flan. tuvnrrllns lo latest Acreage Rises eslimates. As a result the island will ixpoit no honey this year as the amount available will not be sufficient for the local market KINGSTON. May 30. Jamaica's banana acreage has increased by nearly 22.000 acres The shortfall is due to Ihe Augsince the hurricane of last year. us; hurricane last year, which deThe Increase represents approxstxovcxl hives and apiaries to the imately 23% of the total of about extent of $250,000 From an ex05,200 acres inspected In the port of 5 000 barrels In 1B51, honey island-wide rehabilitation scheme, production is not estimated to be which has resulted in greater more than 2.000 barrels this year banana cultivation than before the —the worst crop in 28 years. hurncane. Jamaica Hers Stint Deficit KINGSTON, May 30 Lost yenr Jamaica lncurre./ -lirect dollar deflrit of $8,tt41.0f)ii -pendlni. *2B.12.000 ln hard currency areas and earning 119.471.OOO most of It from the Tourist Trade. Since tho beginning of 1945 to 'he end of 1951. Jamaica accumuI l.-itod a dollar deficit of Jft8.153,0(H). having spent S221.231.000 In that period nnd earned $12.1.078,000. In thnt pebrtod, however. 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PAf.l loIR n\RII VIMIs AI)V(H \TI: WEDNESDAY JIM I '•< "-' lid Me1 BARBADfK^ ADVOCATE 'I'll giive flVC minutes,' said Churchill —and waited for 55 fcy GE0'"GE VMCOLM TAOHSOH .SSIBBW Wednesday. taM I. 1MB I III < VIION MR. J W H. CHENERY in a speech at Erdisttm Training College last WOjU. M r,ported ti> have made two statements b->th .f which .ii-terve more tha: anyone interested in ^ducatic.n. Confident" Mr. Chenery is report%  d m have said "that the expert* the people who have given their lives to the study of these matters (i.e. education) have I fair chance of knowing about it". And later "I feel confident that our educational authority by keeping Barbados in touch with the most modern development and requirements will play their part in making their contribution to our educational development". Mr. Chenery was speaking at a presen, tation reremony at which Lady Seel DXD* ted certificates to teachers. Any remarks other than polite and courteous would nut have been expected on such an ; occasion nor Would they have issued from, such courteous lip*But anyone reading these two remarks might be tempted to indulge in an optimI ism about local education which is not warranted by the facts. Indeed the issue of the newspaper which recorded Mr. Chenery's confidence in the future oi education contained a very alarming statement by the Director of Education. Mr. Reed is reported as saying that there were approximately 30.000 children in the elementary schools and there was accommodation for 2. r >.000 at ten square feet per child Now the greatest authority on education in the British Caribbean to-day. the Educational Adviser to Sir George Seel, has for some time been warning regional governments with an insistence, which reflects his great insight into our educational deficiencies, of what lay ahead. Tins expert (whose advice incidentally seems to have been little sought by the government of Barbados as yet) writes in Chapter IV of Sir George Seel's latest report on Development and Welfare in the West Indies "the need for a sense of urgency In finding ways and means to check the dcterior.it ton of educational standards and practice" in the region. Failure to devise acceptable remedies, conllnuvH the uxnert "mul inevitably result in the denial to a proportion of children reaching school age of opportunities of developing the various talents with which they are endowed". "Such a state of affairs" he notices "can hardly be reconciled with a policy of linking available to West Indian citizens every practicable opportunity for them to control their own destinies as soon as possible". There seems to be great contrast between the solemn words of warning uttered by Sir George Seel's educational adviser and the confident note expressed by Mr. Chenery at Erdiston. Mr. Reed the Director of Education seems to be pursuing the right track when he pointed out last week that Bai I I spends, proportionally to Ul revenue. more on education than any other British West Indian colony. But the track has to be followed up to its conclusion and the warning must be given that until Ii;irb.idos can reduce the very blgh erst per pupil-place In its schools it cannot provide education for its increasing numb.. I children of school age. The future of education in the British Caribbean Is not a subject for confident speculation, in the opinion of the greatest educational expert 111 the area. "Blank cheques" writes Sir George Seel's educational advisee "against future revenues which are already heavily committed continue to be issued". Among the "unpalatable'' measures which are recommended to rneet the present crisis are reduction of the school-age range: adopting a double-shift system simplifying school budding plans und extending where possible the principle of aid to "community" or "basic" schools. \\ e rt Indians must be educated, if representative government based on adult suffrage is not to fail. And West Indian education must be paid for out ol revenues. The continued issue of "blank cheques" againsl future revenues ataa. The people of Barbados must awake from their reveries about education. The voice of the greate-t expert on edu the area can provide is loud, frtghta and insistent. No one who reads Chapter IV of Sir George Seel's latest report regard education with complacency or optimism. There is need for a sense of Ul check the deterioration of educational standards and practice. 5.43 Djn. %  I.f< Minh.ll IT.-: ;. settleo artt, an 1 1 1 llC, .ICCO'II: audit I d (1931 1 'on in the Rue Soya % station hi ill ought, belrsyeVl ipo by a wretched jMl'i m* BStllBI •• life miuW Burhrnu-jlfc. C.leina. Rchmsdorfl. the Dtulh Convoy. Torments and horrors almost beyond belief, .tnd decperur.. until .it the last mor.....' Ihe death hook seemed only an hour or two away, escape was contrived. *-ifctei,-Ss* The dreadful story has Iti moments of exultation On D-Day, Yen-Thomas, from the depths of hla dungeon at heard hh fellow-prisoners singing the Marseillaise"to him It was like the ln-.venly rhon With a seemed far wore shoes with steel tips, tometears pouring down his bearded, elegant young: times without, occasional.;, he battered face, in his clammy rags ing the hands put a wedge of cardboard under he stood to attention and added clients and one heel, altering his gait. his own paean of God Bet salutes of He dressed smartly to create King. If it wa.s anyhody A still more an Impression of profitable colIt was his." includlabor at Ions with the Germans. When, with %  mixture of lurk. This martial 1 removed (ran 'I business man kl of his ,'tmtocra ..k:iuiedging thi martial future lay „ ing the Gcoi gc Cross, Legion of bribery and guts. Yeo-Thoma M.G anT a record of The usual accidents befell him; broke away fr-.m the SS Murderhe-nism unsurpassed In tht war. meetings with men he had known era and reached the first United I Bruce Marshall, doubly quailbefore the war; a train encounStates patrol. "Who the hell are itor by his aceomtcr with the Gestapo chief of you?" asktd their leader. Tha plishmc li-t and the Lyons who had his photograph in question proved to be difficult to I combatant career which cost him the lies. answer. a leg. I to intensify One day he called at his father's Back in Paris, h. called once the horro-flat in Paris His father's greetmore on his father This time %  nlures. The ing was. "What the hell have the greeting was different "That 1 LIX*I manager you been doing for the last two brave old man kept his shock for I' Itself. years? You ought to have been those who were able to bear it: I Altai tha Pall Si France, he here long ago" It must be said 'My son has returned, but ha UM French sections that the old gentleman had allooks like an old man of sevOpeiatlons Executive, ready spent some time in the t-nly.' Ol the "cloak-andnotorious Fresnes prison for reThe White Babbit Is strong dogger boya." whose lives were Distance activities meat; an unsparing and terrible sometimes romantic, whose deaths document. It tells of Oberschar%  i'ky. Three Umes Before the last of his missions fuehrer Schmidt, who casually he raaoV one missions to to France Yeo-Thomas had an kills a human scarecrow for occupied Franco, gathering toInterview with Churchill, who picking up a potato peeling; of .nd porting out the differ-.nl: "What have you got to say? Obersturmfuehrer Kenn, whose .'.ds of the French RestsI can give you five minutes." He pastime is flogging prisoners to tance. Imposing order, weeding gave 55. death It adds the revelation, DUJ lit Yeo-Thomas begged for 100 perhaps the most horrifying of aircraft to take arms and clothall: Kenn ,md Schmidt have It was a heart-breaking task lng (n nc #Y cll( h Secret Army never been punished" '"initl were heroic but anf j the Maquis, who had one aloof. 'Security' was weak. The rifle to JO men He got what he When one criminal lunatic Gestapo were active and pitiless, wanted within 48 hours. escapes fron Broadmoor there is [n their record! they had a desan uproar. How many Kenns cription of "Shelley". YcoThen he returned to France to and Shmidts are at large in GerThomas's cover name. attempt Ihe rescue of his commany to-day? The shadowing of suspected rade, Brossolette, caught by the Those curious to know what AUIMI ,.Kcnu was carried out by Gesttyio, but not identified behappens in T*ace to one who has one member of which cause a tell-tale white streak seen, done ar.d endured like Yeowould paM on .. description of in his hnir had been dyed. But Thomas, are informed In a sarthc suspect to the next. Yeothere would be no hair dye in his donic last chapter. There i* Thomas changed hats and scarves prison Yeo-Thomas must release always. Marshall indicates, the aBTSn] ttmea a day. A sleuth Brossolette before Ihe streak dress buaUMN Jaed to ipot his prey by showed. WORLD COPYKIQUT RESERVED his walk. Sometimes Yeo-Thomas He failed At Passy Metro ', I —L.E.S. OUR READERS SAY: Pmlm* To The Editor, The Advocate, Slit.—I consider that W pat has aealt most ut kindly wtm ends Addis and F.O. In htt .%  %  1 UM si It -ivUnt. IW nays that FG a If > meT Moth I1st Minis' hla opinion eotncldaa :.. h BOOOI idling the authorship of Psalm 51 1 uVimin* ReTi P. < %  very much for the 1 ut of bis i, .tii-iiv however, E cannot sppca ris ts the thinking .nut alert minds of these 1 The fuel that the Authorised %  f *h. Psalm is hearted 'A Paaln of Duvtd" whin Nalhan the Prophet eame unto lom I'.I '. is ibaolutely no proof of the authorship <.f the Pslam. Not lhai wi'.K. directly ttatM thai ll It P*t>Qi, but his menticn .. 1 km) onS to baslei 1 that he considers It so, I inters I W PS to lie— r\ ii ItiAttemis Addis and K Q ,ie not the only people who question the authorship * to AJthough one cea* 1 ot help f. iliiin the. general •eness of it to the mentioned In ibr title. one still ts not certain about r It muSt l*> odnnlled ih.ii David is aha only Old nl Bgure tu i whom we can point % %  an lUuftrstion of M deep ponlI h 1 h are thS theme of Iro, Tlii-re is the theory, howevei t the 1 pi iker is the nation 01 ut this can hardly aceounJ fur the highly personal ; % % %  .. There bj bH the view that the wuler lived durliiK the tune n( he i-hrwo David's great iranagreaslon and Its reIhe subject 06 0 "dramatis Uyrk." it la argued that this seems rather kfljlcfl), BPDDI the aAnlty In thi thought nnd language of tha poem With that of the closing I .hah, respect to "Aiianv.' Thaoi Tl nly, <^ iva 1 neasd. etc.". 1 agre,' with F.G. in saying that David did not sin nlT, but against Uriah and Balhshcba as well, it || true thai in? oflebes against offence against God words, u sin againsl God. But It is possible to sin against God without sinning mao. Judging l.om the words of the poem, it is the ,,i whM UM writer n part of his letter. Why cast aspersions at the ministers' sense of forgiveness nnd nccuse them of self righteousness? Certainly the questioning of the nuthorship of this Psalm has nothing tu do wltn David's oviiturtwt' noil forslvimen which mltit in might not be proved in the p;issage or Scripture. Yours sincerely, GEOBGE BHEWSTEB. #?' I ilttalum \,,l, To The Editor, The Advocate — SIR,—I was very much surprised to read In your column*. lhat the letter which was signed by "Amateur", and undo the caption — "re Education Notes" was not favourably Impressed by the content of the current series of articles entitled "Education Notes". First I cont understand for the life of me how it seems to Amateur that the writer makes those adverse comments with malice a fore-thought, etc. etc; I read them through as they appeared, and I think sir, that I could not accept such a statement from 'Amateur', under any condlilons. The next point Is from tho paragraph which states "consequently the author of any adverse comment, aimed at the present policy must automatically display a lack of confldence In the government, and the administrative chief. That point I shall not subscribe to either, because I am sure the author la neither ignorant of what is written with reard to the subject, neither does he she suffer from any such lack of confidence. 1 would lake it that he is writing on UM Miblcct as he sees the defects of today The paragraph which I must Sens with is the very last which mention* educational INychology. t know that ll going to play a great part in modern education and will find Its position, us the time arises. In the PSBlm' the words \ Fhe Thee only, aru lhl ff irh I riant. Why would David have been s. definite T Th Edu about that word ONLYT Had he no regard for the lives, the BaSfih of L'rlah and M? Mow could he Irsns%  them ami me/eb sin agamst God I them? Suieiy David wai core hWRBM tbSfl this. 1 am sure that If those who are interested in the progress of the Island, educationally will study not unlv one side of the plclure. and when 1 ssftone side of the, picture I mean thai Uicy will study the views of Others before criticising, we will cover much ground. L. B. CLARKE. Tudor Bridge. St Michael. Barbados, 885—52 \ml The PI The Adl-ocaie— intention of drowning the poor. In fact. Ihe rich are always reedy i.nd willing to help the poor. And it has been found more often than not that it is the poor who do not like to see their brothers prosper. Let me MR this question. If it was not for the capitalists who import rice, flour, salted and frozen meat, milk etc.. what would the poor man do in these days of half-storvation? You. Sir. in the %  olumns of jour newspaper h. viUm warning the public for quite a long time to make themselves more self supporting by growing more food and your good counsel and advice have fallen on deaf ears, Now every body is crying out. Whose fault Is it that we passing through such nerfloua Uosaar What would those who hate the name of God say now? Perhaps we should lhank the devil for Iho hell we are now seeing' But for the mercies of God who has helped the fishermen to catch fish in plenty tor the past few months, what would become of 11 Then who shouid we thank, the fishermen or God? As I see it. Barbados Is going downward because we have lost faith In God, and put all our trust in politics and if we go on lit this way a great calamity will befall us. God Is always awake. l|r never slumlwr nor sleeps. GOD-FEARING. T.B. Prevention Sir,—I have read last veer and this year the steps Jamaica and Tri.ildad have taken against Tuberculosis. Can anyone say what Barbados is doing or about to do in this respect? It may be said that the percentage of T.B. cases In Barbados is not .at high us in Jamaica or Trinidad, but while that may be true, it is also true that Barbados has no adequate InatituUon to cope with this diseosc. Or shall we say that when the percentage rises to a mor> noticeable height, then it will be UBM 10 act. That will haidl. be justilial i\ Miioc it is ,1 known fact that one ounce of Precaution Is worth more than a pouni of Cure. Now let us go a lirUe further. Even monta there are cases numbering from four to ten resulting ii ..11 aveiage of about 70 per yea.* Where do they go? A few in the General Hospital. Some in the various almshouses over the island and those 11 a financial position go to Jamaica or Trinidad loT Nfodern Treatment. It is stupid to say th >t man cannot sin against his fellowmen. Any wrong dona %  him, thai \* if 1 i.l the meaning of the rrectly. in >"' 1 thai w.r.v. h Inclined guilty of the lost SIR.—Sometime last year there was a great outburst Ol criticism nnd abuse by certain political aeplrantt when thot devout Christian and highly respected eenUeman, Mr. J. II. Wilkinson, hlical speech said wi have to thank God for the big I ma we Now, Sir. the capitalists were abused for their wealth and threats were made to soak the rich till they could bear it no \long as then 1world there will be rich and will never be able lo destroy the wealth of ihe rich, nor have the rich any There is also a large number remain!nf it home and tryim* to get cured by way of private treatment from a Doctor. Others who are net In a position to do %  O, piefer to await death at 1 am saying that the Government will be doing the community a starling good if it takes similar steps as Jamaica and Trinidad by launching 1 iign with the B.C.G. Vaccine to protect Q I munlty from this di I Yours truly. GEMIM. LONDON REPORT B> DAVID Tr.MPl.i: ROBERTS LONDON. THE de Havilland Comet airliner will, once more, twist the world's geography and shrink the known globe. Britain can expect to dominate the world's air routes due to her lead in Jet design, for the next 1" years And the effect on commerce will be tfreat. Next year, for instance, the Japanese business men who will set outl across the world to rebuild Japan's pre-war •j-ade will fly to the United States by way| of Britain. At present they are inclined to torn on to Britain when they have finished their business in the United States. I^ist week I went tn Rome for lunch; and I came back to London in the afternoon. When I got back I visited an exhibition put on by the British Ministry of Supply showing a model of the experimental tailless 1.000-m.p.h. jet planes of the future. Next time I go to Rome, perhaps, it will be n one of these, and I will not be allowed, to stay for an excellent lunch but will be brought back again the same morning. Going from the windy, grey morning of London's springtime to the summer of Rome, and then back to a wet London evening was n tine demonstration in the pointlessness of too fast travel. When I reached Rome my mind was still in London; and when I got 1 back to London my mind had just travelled, as far as Rome — and didn't want to comej back! But it is ungracious to complain. And I must describe the new way to travel. The Comet is much the same size as most big I intercontinental airliners. On the ground it' looks slightly uncanny — as the wartime j gliders looked — because we are used to the) idea of.planes having propellers. The jets are four In number, and no flames pour out of them. 1 have a photograph by me taken of the Alps from a height more than a mile above Mount Everest, a photograph taken right through the turbulent rushing air thai pours forth from the Comet's four jets. And the picture is clear and unrippled by the dynamic air. At the airport we wait for a signal, and then everything moves quickly. There is no waiting impatiently at the end of some hot and boring runway. The Comet would waste too much fuel waiting about so it is arranged that once it is signalled to go — it goes. On the end of the runway the plane pauses. The brakes go on and the four jets are turned up. The turbines rise in pitch to an angry scream. At its top power the brakes are relearted, and the passenger is thrown gently back into a soft seat by the lierce acceleration as the four Ghost engines rush the plane down the runway. And that is the noisiest moment in the flight. In a few moments the plane is climbing at the speed of an express lift — in fact faster than an express lift. In an Empire! State Building in New York we can rise 1.000 feet in a minute. In the Comet we rise for forty minutes at that speed—to a heigh*, whei'? the sun always shines, whqre the highe.it mountains are crinkles in the brownI paper of the earth. On our flight to Rome we reached this altitude somewhere beyond j the* Channel, with the map of Britain, 1 France. Belgium, and Holland in the distance, laid out like a scale model in an exhibition. The main trouble with aeroplanes is the DOfM vibration. Frankly, the human frame hag never grown used to hour after hour and day after day of subjection to the bang"ng of propellors against the air and thei hammering of pistons in powerful engines. I have travelled half across the world and taken days to recover; I have seen men back from Hong Kong who are not good for much until next week. But the jet airliner is quite different. The B.O.A.C.'s brochure ta'ks happily about "a polite swish". Really, it is a good deal more than that. It is a sustained roar. But the plane Is simplicity itself. "We'll soon complicate that" as an American engineer put it when he saw the simple tube of the jet engine with Its comC ssor at the front, its turbine behind, and its g straight foot-wide cxhaust-tubc. At the end of QM >..ir Singapore will be 10 hours from London And once the Americans have caught up with Jets some millionaire will By round the globe quite easily. The only snag about the Comet—Iff just the stmc price as the normal airline. PHOTOGRAPHS Copies ol Local Photographs Which have appeared in the 1 dvutuif XvtrHpapvr Can be ordered from the . ADVOCATE STATIONERY \\\\W'iLan,f, WHEN If a a COLEMAN Preaaur Lantern. OUR STOCK ol COLEMAN LANTERNS includes 300 and 500 candlepower. to burn on Kerosene and Gasolene. WE HAVE also received GASOLENE IRONS and . SPARE PARTS. C. S. 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WFnSTSnAV. ATVF IM2 BARBADOS .\1>V0.ATI PACE FIVI House PaSS Bill Higher Standard Of Cricket $*, Micliael's Vestry Pay In Antigua Than In Grenada ftejfefe To tirulhwuih> On Immigration THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY last night passed with amendments a Bill amending and consolidating the laws. relating to immigration, ineluding certain restrictions on undesirable immigrants. Members were in general agreement with the principle of the Bill, but there were long drawn out discussions on t£J££LZZP 9 UKhl lo prohib,t und wablrs fui KtfSiftS economic reasons. wm had iwu uuutiMm. pace Mr. V. B. Vaughan objected to the Bill, however, on b^wicrs in Waicoitand AnthooyMr. JET Brancker who retUTMd t. Ibc island on Monday by the Lady Rodney Inun Antigua as Manager Kinpiie Club Touring Team told the A.h ly ftftv Jus arrival that riM standard of cricket in that colony is hiphei than that in Grenada where be vitlt.Ml IT in a similar capacity. He. said that in Anti*.. Make a beautiful jelly... with Bird's Jelly-de-Luxe! I s_one of the ground that it tended to detest tho principle, of federSdT?*, u ^SA,"SSc. is who tion .....nlwr of thr Antigua ConI he objects and Re.sonj of the should be handled with MabtOan | and '.'ir lal'cr. a hard'"'!"'"' due can and caution, more eshitting batsman who hit no leu me prwvinons or the I mmi.tr apec tally when one thought of the ,nan ,wo w e and *'* fun durV<25i *. * rs (1 !" v nllon > Act, thousand* of Barbadians scatter. iK '• wwn.• Bald the law relating to immigration have to exercise sound Judgment Another promising >uungster in — and discretion to see that while ,he lc m >" Gbnsalves, a sound and at the • time to introduce Immigration. Its practice, titry nf West Indians, or for ihit matter THE Cm'RCHWAHIUA H I V C Cafe %  i a weak .lit.. 30 yea On a mottoi Gale seconded b> Mr. A. S Bryd< and the i i .-half of thi S lve van! %  ref. On da> M Mi. %  : any publi l> aril was reall. %  %  led until t ,e oi ild alwaj %  with 1. -al poll In • Mr H .. %  in pi ,i-i H .., M i %  %  i en Ice as i hail W I and then r of Mi nui B ithwatts/i mama d of so V( e riot only to ihi,_____^__ y &".-;;p. re i h ."n.' te u r *""""' M Mr Talma observe*! that ... hese days anyone who poKsessed bepol; any form of broiidmindedness Mr J | T PIR IMKKt then V* h wa IUII. H gn'ning entry into although If circumstances i it would be within the powers of the proper authorities to limit or restrict any WJt G rson. other than naUves of this a8 r U ^ \\l 7*" !" ? J by *? me •Ad fn-rn entering the Islind. "jl ,C !" MKU. nc men "nClause 7 r*-onact* certain pro?? ht "£" n '"V 0 <* tain .„_ visions of the Passports Act. 1932. J"?^ ^1? £ w anQ n ^ 1 Harper represented the visitors which will be repeated by thl* ,t" 1 n ., J 1 *' hopef !, tnE •*" the last two were beaten very Art J ne immigration law would not decisively. Only Bvnoc proved to As be carried *~ Mr. E. Hi lo correct %  %  led also thai in Founder Of D.I.. lSTlSi. !" Xf ,IO ?h, 'w lB ^ i-hL i,,, m P 11 •, It seek, to provide the nece !" ry T, T-Mpect."f tine enZTi" n ,hc ""* hc ""' """ ""' machinery tor eirrying out any fries shouldbev..vr.rjf?, >^ visitors nave a good account ol p-.licy which may be decided In ,„i i, wa artiial? !" M W thomselvc. but thought that Conto immigration. M SSUi "•^SS U k?_££ mi Bum ttoo whom great • .-xi>vcleu, was disapBmnUy .,,. ."Tk IT'" "' ach l d "" %  > '"'""0 lU f ot the live innings he cocktails .. . He said that thr hosuilolit. %  [ During the jam !" the, had to th ir hos „ ,, • -. ,h i ., £Z2 ^hJ^LSw !" " I ,M enjoyable tour which !ha Mi Eral .-, %  ,S the Jhe, fin wi only marred toward, the end Coo league. At table tennis. Lance Bynoc. S^t^V'th!^'^"!^ h. >^ nAU ab—m. !" rf r>i an .. n t Sr5' !' r -. ';'. ni^. t lul' that ll ir had the ,.HI aue ol IM Brathwalte tlons n*s Hdlss— about ... -, ABUua was conN? ' ""' Clause 25 Imposes certain reDe J? r S*lJ!. ,uc ,* llm "; be any match tor the Anllguans. cerned. he said that it resembled "'' mottoi • qulremenU on employees and ."' %  ~ • %  ' %  > rose, he sad, Barbados quite a lot. '-Socially, l ml > '" ""V U their employers, where the emK. *?',£," • ""'ement made by Fnothall the muldie and upper classes are enough lo g. t up „i i Norvllle and Clement Presidm't. Mr. C. .li.-ii c-iiiiiii.vri . iii.i-iiiiic cm.. .iij .. V %  ployees being non-natives enter !" uyi £J' d r „!i" a l ,ve ,. li^.P* 0 .? 1 allowing i that that was not i.. Mr. V. Vaughn said he was en_ this Island and to provide for the l "; el >' ?* ain ,pe B|U and the goal. In this expense* of repatriation of such principle of it. without the se persons, if neeesaarv. Barbados, he said, was not a Alley no who was unrtt and Clause 28 gives to anv person paradise of opportunity for anyreplaced by Conrad Hunle. declared bv the Immigration bod >' •••King employment. No Mr Branker said that the Govsugar factory which is situated in in botMHir •>( Mr. Brath OWcer to be a prohibited Immiappreciable number would come ernor and the Administrator atthe centre of the island and there memory and that the Tlerh ire pant the right of anneal to a £" to get work and he would, tended the game on several ocIs a train which carrle.„. instructed to write a letter of con'take, the cane. (1 lIcr .„. t „ Mr Brathwaltc's rUlust as conservative as we are: from the %  rKWldtta, say what he the Island for the purposes of buying land In St. James and At Votball. honours were even, the terrain Is liwl ami Inw-lvln^ thought about loa n itb Whor employment. The object of such u ,0 w in "", ' lle "How. He said They played two games, losing the but the roads arc much wider, wa* over, he I-....no mattes requirements Is to prevent such ina l in "' £as not so. drst by the only goal of the match Motnr Ira (Ac is comparatively any man. and he thought tl rmplovecs becoming a charge on "*' %  *• %  " saw he was enand winning the second by a lone slight and good drinking water is Barbados was the poo game they were not easily obtainable of Charles -rite eras is going ahead steadily and l> expected to last Ron. Mi Qalsj then muvni ntil August There is only one that members stand in UV several maBistr te and "the 'Assistant Court h ,d d fy anyone to say that caslons and the players were of Appeal le ***' who m '* ri1 *** work insented to them and were su vtted disadvantages for Barbal,ax Lows dians in general. After referring to the obiecta H asked how could Barbados and reasons. Dr. Cummins (L) %  ucn a stage of their history, added thai for sometime they had *•" so much talk about FederarealUed that they were somewhat tion. introduce such a BUI? On lax In laws pertaining to immlwhat foundation did they hope to gration. They were consolidating build Federation if they objected their immigrition laws and not to their natives. going to the extremes of other They already had safeguards places. In doing so they had refor undesirable Immigrants and viewed the laws of some of the as regards the purchasing of land This iefrom the country to the factory • thes Students To Gel Motffe Scholarships Remanded On Larceny Charge Mr. A S I.ivtiin as wast Ui 6f thl Vest i .-nided tha motion made by the Churchwaiden, and alsti joined in paying ..t. to I • % %  NllaasBM. it. a cert.m >pe of mmigranl. rtudcnU may ^ ^ flblc lo p t ^„ of board the property of deal of thought U. all uStetl ^ernlng immigration to see whethother prohibitions would have to t)uahf) ^ ^ Bdamiiri-| ^oiar. D. V. Scott & Co. eot&crnlng the parish and then ship. The charge stated thai tha was no doubt that hi hpd .il*a>' The Professor who is on a tour offence ., coininiiu-d on May I teen .i Arst class meinbei of tin of the British West Indies, made 3I Tno proset-utmn yesterday Vestry, ind Wi.it he was always the disclosure here in the course calIed "'' ,nre wdnesseH and in %  position t-Ml) forwttfd %  of n broadcast address. He said amo,1 'J 10 '", * David Grant point of via* which VJ.I van .hat at the last meeting of the *'<'. Identifl-d the pieces of board helpful to the p.tor people i.| -n said Cambridge University Syndicate Gland Discovery Restores Youth In 24 Hours rj|lln inrtiu.ry. -n,] .h u .... %  v;lt W.| lis'ilcil l<> If .tin ..( ,,,w „t m %  TtiU n* dlaraiMT i.kn It p... • lt(lo ipii. hlr it ml ra.il> i %  glanda Mid bod] I i i I.--I. |o itrcmll %  %  ii man In <*l>8 l'Mlll. ess-rlo-Ukll-M.t (,.r„ II-r %  (..•Kin-i. i andi %  I i PHI lhl II Iita Ii in* .1 by jiii.'hrn %  .1. . I ich, In %  % %  !., (mil. VI 1 v ".• < %  H miming* Bird* Jdlv-dc-Luw w(i qssckly, perfectly and the deli.iu. fruit flavour, bring ihc orchard right lo your hi I71J7 WHITE POHi_'EI^IN ENAMEL SINKS With Double Drainboard % $Ba 04 roaipJete with waste and overflow \ I.TMIS ,.-!%  fillVi-rabs i M % %  %  m a e t>4 Vltullt, Ls tab! i shed 18(10 T HEHHEHT. Ltd. 10 A II Roebuck Street Incorporated 1020 _.' there was any measure which, be set up against them. enacted here, would be profitable. He said that there should be no The Bill gave scope chiefly for prohibition against wealthy careful examination — examinpeople coming in who would buy ation of which would lead to the land and employ labour. exclusion of artisans of whom then may be an already grout No Harm number here. Mr. L. A. Wlllkaina (Li the as the propel ty of IX V. Scott parish. Grant said that he did nut (ret Mr. O. T. Allder HI supported that from his readingof the Bill il w grcea " I>U"TO me .,, the BUI and said that if there he gathered that w.particularly Trinidad Government thai ^ hSlSTpSea 53 w.i* anything to lx> said against. t„ give wider power to those who Syndicate was prepared to offer ri, r k c „ w tha whll „ _wo „_ it was that there hnd been too had to control the flow of immlthe Murmaduke—Levltl Scholar%  %  SisstSsi Si much delay, in bringing down E I n u. He_ said that the Police *hip to a Trinidad boy j>n the ^e ; ^ lhc dfifcml|l *, ^, h)i< t in is t.i ml II,: Service means t<> maintain themselves or done from the BUI unl dd not contribute to the *. incement of the colony ,dSenior n-fi-rrml to Mr llrathwaiU'balai Cburehwardun IM. II.KM U*Mi,h letMlfW, had been having some troubie aulU of the IB52 Higher School 3^*^ board and s£ed"hlm IT^li."'!? '^^"K^-S* 1 thai for sometime, due wKh immigrants after they land<•" Where lie tfol Ihcm fi.im The de" Ull n d ">a service, said: Mi ( o the influx of u-aners to this ^ Value of the 1952 scholarsl.il.. ?*'!*. \,f? ..,,,'',',,', T M i Bar"'"thwaite was one of the best .-..l.my -atrangers who had no (fl 5nw no hlirm xhat co||)(| ^ h( Blli(i> wvaM ^ llir reMScil by the kor harf )vcn h(r „ ,,,,, lHt .„ ^ nnd Cl.urchw,.r.t..n lining Ii the Syadlcata to S-IHO |>er annum and he was to c rry thtm |o „ Mr Member for Christ arrangements had been made with g rtn i. Church said, it was practised Pembroke College to reserve I *• tho Stition thr rtrfrnd—• >vay-man.v Barbadians were wl hout dlscrelion He ho ^ d t |acp for the suwej(afu schl(Ur U ,obl>ed of privileges and one could that the people who came to BarThe award will be made jointly SasffsSS 816 ^"-''-" n o '"'"""" c^s ^S^ssjnrsr. .^asr.i-^a, Co^ JJJ• t*5S *&£? '"•' crnmcnl could be complinK-nira i^ kint lbout F c beralion „ lor anythi-j[. ho said, Uiis was „ er< iU1 pm ,i„ ln „,,,„. w ,„ : .1 11 -t.,i.Chase Appointed Pour Uw Guardian one. Common Pleas Sirit Adjourned The Comn Pleas suit-Uli Indians, He hoped that this would 'If catonles whose rourcea lo[ happen In the case of Harbaare gTester than our own are dog ukius the opportunity to proi„ the Act there was a clause tect such resource* by ImmlViat forbids the right of appeal gratlon laws, how much more and he felt that in any Act there so then la it nece-wary for Bar. should be some right of appeal. b*do with small resources and Mr. Miller pointed out that Bara redundant population to. II badians were far afield in other Holder against Edna E V.': anything to tike the lead." P atU ot thf> wu*Id therefore BarVenture. St. John, concerning the He would go further, he said. ba-os should be careful in rlosrecovery of property, which was •!., th?i liven in tho Govern in Ui aoor Io hnmlgranU. He set down for hearing ytsterday ment^xmrimeni tSfwdS """^ ,hal Government woula before Mr Justice t; L. Taylor. Sa nor K- idlan u I killed if flVe lhe door P* n and B,low % %  J"urned until the 18th U enTptoyees n -w;o dd we n re M Tg^ST !" * !" ""* **** ^ W W ^ some Barbadians frum getting T MIIJ empoyment. When they wanted Mr. Victor Chaw day opixiintcd by Bt Mi.h.i.l u ., Poor Law Guardian to All the created by the death of Mi <\ A Biathwaite. A week ago Mr. Chase was appointed to act in place of Mr. A. R. Toppin who i away on leave. Yesterday Mr. Moltley was appointed lo act in .Mr. Toppin's pUoa the services of a skilled man. if Mr. G. II. Adams eriod as a memDOT "f the Vestry His CO. playad i>> tha m inaat in whkfe he, although h-' u.. ;i v.-ry sirk in.in rcccntU wlvn Mi*. Gale went away on business, undertook the j ("liunliwanlcn in spile %  i ... ii., ,-II .i|> Mi II A. Tndor. one of the yester,., .-mhers of itt" Vestry which eras elected m 1934—the otiur Is Mr. A S. lliy%  joined in paying tribute %  II J'.iatliwaite. Mr Tud -r said that when he caraa to the Vaatr* In I of ills early adviseis w. Hi A. Brathwalte Out of thd] II nwm i Maps ltd lha '>' %  % % %  tliat year, nine had fOtM t" HsU live, had retired and two now <<• nta.ncd—Mi Hrvden and himself Tax Keliel witii i wuuld rememtier Holder in the qualitled administhey would of course be forced ,, h< „ a p of the law lR tms |t ., and tratrix to the estate of Walter to accept a foreigner. Not only to dav arid the state of the law in Thomas. Holder is from Black was It necessary for them to pass tbo whole world, they could And Rock and has as counsel Mr. tuc h a law, but they should comb nothing wrong with the Bill. D H L Ward, instructed by the Government Departments of He said that Government had Messrs Ilaynes and C.nfTUh. Soli people who could be replaced by omitted certain things which cltors. years. Barbadians. other Governments had included. The defendant was ordered to He said that people came from Ho felt that members had forPy the cost of yesterday's sitting, the other islands and eventually gotten t*ie powers that existed. before midday. were dependent on the local InHe thought that the only thing stitutioni, sometimes drew poor wrong with the Bill was that |l relief nnd old age pension and ** ** m, d He said that memS/>grC Factory Broken even we.e allowed houses in the *" houl j' n h mv thp t nh ^ X Qovatament housing ecrstinas, he ^ffiJ^Srt" 1 ^^^" J H, l J?K Th D*Luxe Shirt Factory at ... would most likely see the Act will Sur. Street. City, was broken H ;.dd,d... u— .h.u,d ssriit 0 !" !" ^ •"'" M "-" %  f'• this Bill the G MR. BAN BLACKETT. %  dlUW ..f tha Torch, will be one of the Mr. Brathwalte had beet tee contesting tha livethan tor 30 years, and If he woul election fur the St. Michael Vestry be missed. It was on the Tax Rl on Monday nexi The bye-clectmn lief Boaid. He knew all the peuwill bo held as a result of the i^e. and the-e was scarcely death of Mi. (V A Brathwalte meeting at whhh iWM ho died hist week after being for the Vestry for M Fire Destroys Car present. He said that Mr. Biathwaite era 1 l mt-n.boix of the V<-'.r>. and no on i.iin if he had thing in mind. WHIN A HEAD COID *lull* < up, niakn >i>ni now Son anu k rthShsTejaleajn'tlrtyesibraathc — Iterc* i)iu. I. iI'll% %  r—— %  — "—;—=3—TSBtTT FOR BEST RESULTS FROM YOUR STOCK USE KOWOUAM HIM 111 Ml.VIIHI llh \ .iiiiii,, D. FOR CAnXt A privral TOnlC and A|>poli*or. Damp the feed and spiiiikli' Mishiic on II KOSSIIIIAN MIM.tlAI. UXT1 l) IUi VlUsal. D. ii in,,,.,,, ii,.rx:<: >,.• r i-iyin. iiuds iPPMHsj and Dtgnnon KOfWOUAN BLOOD MsXTCU fr RACE HORSES I.M. KOhBOUAM loiil/l Ii SALTS 1 MMMOUAM ll>l/.tt HALT LUKH KNIGHTS LTD. .•.• r ;*.' f r e f 's r ',',;;','ss f :'*'ss*'. \ Mim lOlliKMII with these FINE PICNIC SPECIALS. %  IOHT MVAT.VkloiVa^oaal NoacLVops give you wmulnUil | ithbi ,,.„,' was too mild. He said that bers should not have the slightest fear about the Act. As thev would most likely see. the Act will h IJ ** operated by the Go. should Executive Committee. Sund'aiund Bno m on Moniuv '", also be .n. m lrl,on law, lo pre,„ lhls B111 ,„,. Covernor.ln„d ,fouannly ol clothinlTa"ued "rm, vci.1 rich m-oplo mm imrrhasmii Executive Commiltoe had no ,| B 7Jaistol.11 r^ 'alX ZV.'Z't&X'" 1 "" """ I*'5-.v.-oth-lrt.rl.h.d l ,,„ r y Sdoian of Benlhan,,. .."^^."jSli^'lnS.SlS; ,l„.w .1 to Ue•' %  %  % %  l d^llh.1 perra couUI s,. |.uey. reported tl %  ..'„„,.., ,h„ : „ I, ...u.a.e 10 Care Anil Caution not enter the island because he was broken and entered between ,. Iop rlpe cflnea one flnri a nn if say th? thinas which M: Mr. C. E. Talma (L) ameed was a Communist. 20 a.m. and I.0O p.m on Sun„£, ol ^i r ~ m 1T ratM had lo say II was not the with the principle of the Bill and Mr. Adams said that It had day and a quantity of Jewelry ., half ..ues ..f trash, the property things -AIIIIII InlU thai Mtthought It was desirable. But in been felt and with justification, and clothing to the value ol „f j. Q. Scales of Goodland, lered. but it waa the time at which kplte of that, he said, such a Rill # On Page f. S97.04 stolen. r'hrist Church. Hirajl tlnnn. were said. His ar :U Fe',c,"„'i .^"ilt.^thlVeCedToMr was complctel. destroyed. II I >'"'•' i'''-s motives a. high and .ml that he never Hal! House SI. Pt.l und was b '"' ' "' '"•' %  '" being driven bv Alnh.i Vc '"> nod lhe Hill. The cur is I i %  %  <"• <"> .tisurcd. ; I %  I:,.. .nigh! .1 lie!,I ,.( canes SI'H I II. OFFER OF 108-20 inch ALL LEATHER HANDY BAGS nniii WITH ZIII> 1 wiiM 11 I'nder exreplional circunulanccs we lion^ht these at a biy diMnuni nfT lhe manufacluren wholesale price. They are large roomy Bail* and beinu all real Leather will last for years. A Good BAG for "Week-ends" or Travel RETAIL PRICE IN ENGLAND IS 50/($12.00) BI T out I'IUI i TO voi: IS O.XLY $7.20ea. This bargain is obtainable only from Iffltauon i* soothed, M'ilium. gDCS %  < %  i. mill vmii lUM it! E3 BBB VICKS ^!3& VA-TRO-NOL NOSI DROPS A llol huhi lialii IHVr A IXKIK AT Till' MI "-.ii. r-r..uilaaa n Bai UII'HI Al ...r l... -I... ...-. r.-.l.l. I'M"* v r:OCOMALT *•< Tin *1 40 [* ROO OUAVA JBLLV V" Tin .; HWtrTH PATF pi roi. BAVOURY HPRFAD. POTTXD I \ MEAT p.'t Tin .21 ; II KINK HANI'WICH HI'K'IAD |wr lioltl* .61 ft CKAWFORIIH CKKAM CRACKERS-par Tin 190 i\ CHAMPION MUHTARD per bottU Bfi %  ,* DANISH KAI.AMI HAUHAdE p*r lb. 1 %  M •J IiANIHH CAMKMRAKIET CHEEItE par Tin 132 X \ WAI.LH OXroRH HAURAUEfl per Tin - 5 A KOO TOMATO PAHTE per Tin 19 S ; NEILHONH NUT ROLL pi boi 12 )1 per bar IB X MM KAIIi: I IM III.M &f I 8TANSBBXM* MOI7A #'0. E.TD. J. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  % % % % %  %  HARRISON'S B^'Z, YOU'LL UK GREATLY DELIGHTED WITH THE FANCY WORK In Our Hume Prodmls n< ,, H tm, HI Criiihcl l.unchtM>n Sets I:I;S WATKK PANS ( ll.l II.OIII KINfiS elr. Srlerl rarly from • II. JASON JONES & COLTD. r m ACEiNTS. t '' % % % % % % % % % % %  I %  1 i "i V a. a i 1 J



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r.vc.E six BARBADOS MlVlK Ml WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, H* House Pass Bill On Immigration • Frees Page 1 He fell thai any future Executive thm the uw had come when the might be able to keep Jew! out laws relating to immigration of the Island on economic grounds should iK* tightened up. hecause oi fear of comg>etltlon. fteferrtni to sabwetlou K. Mr. Mapu said that at one time Mr AdajsaTseU that he ikM luiel) disagreed wtlh lluw *•Pi %  Mho throw in.k* at Jews. Indian*, rich American* or uch peoplp olio mlrrd Bart h.tios He said thai Barb dlam i overflow all e*wf t> world and | to brine leu* to keep out people I would be liUwrloas to Barbadians abroad. 1 He n-minded members how. 1 eve.', th.it there came a stage 1 whrn certain taadet, ociupai %  nd pr..f.-.or* The Labour Comtm.--.-loner would be ble to give advice* In such 1 midadlan* were tomlii to Barbados and Barbadians could i,*>l go t.. Trinidad. Ho still Ml lhat If Trinldadlans prohibited i:..rbaduins. witi. n this BUI they imuld prevtnl Trinld-dians from ante lug the Island. They atarte l the whule talk on Immigration. He knew that all West Indiani ill agie that Trinidad was the st colony to sign the rederatlon port. And Trinidad was also I first colony to start houndlntr Weet Indlani out of that colony. %  ud that if carpenters were coming to Bari ;ibB*lB< %  !... > %  ia4 r.l. H- l-i Mr. 1*4 slat % % %  •>? lest U*a* ul *U. Baaaiaia f.r •lt**a at..Uk. •<.4 •*U> lbf. •rr. isat lb* luUilM" K.tt'*t>~" .• tMllUl -I I -I%.... %  > wall BMaialLnIM Tka faUawlBf nailer* "" awgae— Bill initial** a* At% %  • • %  •< Oka Oaaaral I .... and %  I*'* •! IBU. aa aaaaaa.a .* Ika Maaxil SI iat. at Ih* a <• %  ... I al II <*na*-la-Ii*rnllvr I aaaaa • aapla-aaal lbI.Unulr. Fart I. Cat-real %  • aba-' iaaal'm-Bl'> rlmat. • blab <• %  .. lbHn resumption, tne HCHIMpass. n the rem.iiiinn sections WlUl -' few amendments iind the Bill WJS i.-. glvan Ha third reading |.:i*ed. rJaS CouncU Grant Hindu Loan to have oui immigration laws"— i inH than Ba badoa could say evwl^f to Federation. :t ngd was the case Barbados would not come n' • any Fe*leratlOD. II %  • people must flow out. If TrirtTHad or any other colony wns gohtK 'o say that they we"e going to nave their own Im migration '.'" Ad kWest Indiii would net come into any Fed erat'on He asked manor !" again to look tarefu'ly at trie wording of the : riflmOiirO-nOir-M*.*"!) %  nothing nf which this GovGEORGETOWN, May 26. ermneot e uU b> „.^ h ***g, | ? f The Finance Committee of the nothing t'^'' """ %  *" !nem I^titslaUve CouncU has approved i .ouin be ashamed. lonn Qf 13fl> j7 8> trtt of lnSIJ^UA '•*"**. to the Hindu Religion ' %  n • o ietv for renovation of several Mr. ft. < %  v." P (Li r,-d that %  f the buildings of the Qeoivetown Id "vi" -.he word" Unarm Shala. The loan will be mlc g ou-iiis." He fait that '-ured by a mortgage on the the present mcml-'is >f the Execut.ulldings v nalway i-e there and The building* are used as houses :hcv hod no idea what membe %  for the pir of ail races and of future executives might do. < %  ** who are provided wltn mings and free meals. The House to propose a wordless wide rWiely is maintained by public %  aaalallan la plara lb* isaa o( la ..al.a. rn < Iha SallBhSHi IIAt-n rart II. Capital a> .baa a aa UM •..I."-:U,. l ,.. %  M. B. WhUfc fatm. lb' -.haa-ni* la lb* a...t..t-„ inr II..H.C paaaas lih aMataSaalU la !>.... dlb. aa***Tba K.a.. >ih>ni*l ."111 . .1 taaaSSs IUM SHI s i Taylor. i Vrmw L-v.1. Mina MlUKvM R'*-". bio Ilildsacond week of Julv /"" ,> "" % *L "7 J"Y nm in Oreww w o->-"i Thn.i!" ., su!" "SLiSTi "SSSS S mentioned incidents where grants had been voted by Govern mi'nt Since the resolution ba down, it was discovered that more ,h 5,„ hfl ""' '"tV 1 '" 1 "*"* oT pr.nciple and lelt that fn th. S2.880 to send Farnum •"-' coutd spend that amount. He said that Ianyone to tea) thai ha "... not n u-M'sU*d in the Individual whatbut he waa (laahng %  uaHg and felt that |fl th*' paT* I *'*" %  • %  CM *. tba pr.iicipli McK. hkH. M-na Guavara. Cnw. Dan BfajiSa n Plain. OaSMe, OIuOO r---. hSW CSSSBSR i.-t— pi-orro I'ico l-.nrt Uayhew. bin Mr HartI Gill. Mi Hinkl had been obtained and. al. AIon)1 raahjiali. though the House wan being ask, r ,dividual was it tn vnte si.440. it d.d not mean of whom the %  t "i i the sum which would The youngsti %  ras nol "USIMVAIJ originally Jamaica had decided 1 **"d <"\.r JAMAICA %  [N1DAD Hlnbd •' W.tlord Vaufhali, P Oomra, ti M-—.. G W-lkar. J Morva). J. HBH.-M. N Hubrfclnmv Mi Uwarfl IMI I. bswta, M Ll.. K BlackBUM I ci..ha, M Chaab.. A fhaaU. D isc-a. M. Jonaa. L. nataar, A. nllh Mi>d*> a t oori handed over. Government he even foing as a rafhraamtaitrra oi A f^m A Ti?*rnAn W ,id, would only suliscribe the Barbados. The Jamaira Goveniw Liddaii. Or C M-i.ou.g. N Tamount that was needed to make ment or some organisation in ^J^ ^'^TrlTnmii^aBT'r TrtgpItdncroft. D Wood. Tl isked for. prssenlatlves to Helsinki. They He therefore moved the passing had financed the s-heme and now Farnum would be %  % %  usidered at £ one of their representaUves and M as a ranaacutatlve fiom BarrlUj Itcyto. In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station t.x iitdw LIU, Hilta Ih* following thif Ihi Hathadoa Coast aiallon • a ArlSUanl. %  %  Hoaatio. a • Colombia. %  % Eaao PotlUnd. M/S Tllla UorUlon. %  t IIISI'KII. Leopard, t %  rtndra a • America, a a. Ifllcla Bolivia, %  %  Alcoa Patriot. %  %  bropa, % %  S Boaa. %  %  Brail I. • I Navlah*, %  a. Mont* Udala. • • in r* Oeaan. %  Bodaa. %  Tn-u.pi.i.i. Of the resolution. Mr. F. C. Goddard (E) aid thai h was very glad th" resolution bad come down becaie Farnum, in addition to being at the top of nil form, was not only champion cycost of Barbados, but of the Wei indies. Unfortunately he said that they Hill, A Beull, D. Seul Lambart. V CorbUi. C si mil. E. nunla. S].rlriar. J> Blngh. T Corbbl. ii.il. C Alaiidar I. Marcano n AMTKSOA i Tavlop. Ha.th-1 UiaUiwaiic l rw badoa. What was more, if Barba*" : %  bute t*' the aandinj ot a repre_ scnlative as far aj llelhinki. It like the Football A>sociation would have been more apprecuiwhich collected a lot of money, live if it had been done on a West The safest investment in the colIndian basis that was, candidates ony now wflb sport and he did not Look at the difference Pcpsodcnt makes to your smile! That"s because Pcpsodent contains a special ingredient called Irium, it gets rid of dull him on I your teeth —mikes them wohderfully white! Iny'iiM one tixck your teeth become brighter, uhiler than ever before. itwhole group think ther should vote that S~ Hr E -~* ftzsssttr" 1 ?,ha ,urpo "jffllUted soon enouiti wltn "" tether, but to seltcl an in4ivl' 1 .T P ~,n "uTuutt th. reason " "* >" %  . o.n, why they had to send him the Jamaica team and not wiUt was, because Trinidad h.nd nol decided to send anyone to upresent their colony until vary 111 ant 1 j W. had in mind months ago lubscriptlons IO send Farnum to Helsinki, but The Finance Committee also .,.,. (|a ,| tu ,|o it throUKh Jamaica" J made provision from Loan Fundn ^jd. Of $204,000 for the purchase of M,. Goddar-I reminded honourJJJJ certain heavy machinery for exn i,| ( members that Olympic) %  only held once In four years tist In financing his r-pec tally when he was going aa %  .-.e of the delegates of the Jamsiot group, was a waste of time ..nd money. Thenwere a lot of people interested in sport in the island and i' thr cause were a-. WtOlibj Bg ..i-ie going to be told it was. MB vj:. ..f ihe l>ers present who attended ) kind of sport In tin ltd have pulled their pockets and subscribed to the fund spon....atlng and land clearing hire to farmer* in rural areas, in im d athletes of such standard did &&? ""* %  ** %  ' cU 1 .* nd '"" iirsris: to s? iss'd&s No appetite.' No pep? The • rich, blood buildioa: properties of YEAST-PHOS will /t-i,-a, lent energy and will a*eep you fit' 'YEAST-PHOS GENERAL IONIC ,!.. to TOWGHT-'im.W into your miner — take a Rood look si your terth. f\ K ^\SV* W s NfXT— Clean your lecih • lib Pcpwslcni. Do Out momma anJ evening, for mtH — Smite into your mirror asain . youll *ee bow a week of Pepsudcni msfcei your teeth whiter, •imply danling. \ B COMPLEMENT fo HEALTH \\ ggf ihcsc healthful Acrtex shin* and >ou IMdMa your body against cxlrcmes of icmperaiure The secret lies in ihe millions of liny windows in ihe V weave which allow jti in\iiible W— bMnaet Ol *•' >•' clothe and comfort your Ktdy, kecping KM cool in ihe IKJI SPELMAL CASH OFFER GALVANISED CORRUGATED 24 Gailfc x 6 ft, 7 ft.. 8 ft. long (S $5.00. $5.04. $7.36 prr Sheet 28 r.....i;.x 8 ft, t ft., 10 ft. lone S $5.S0, ?li.::li. $7.00 per Shot GALVANISM) RIDGE CAPS 15 ins. wide x 6 feet Ions (it $2.62 each GALVANISED WIRE NAILS 37c. per lb. RUBBER ROID ROOFING 3 feat wide x 36 feet long @ 110.00 per Roll Last Week for this Attractive Offer BARBADOS HARDWARE CO. LTD.



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YVF.DNFSDtY. JIM I !.,_' HXKIMIHW \|l\ii< \ II \'M,y Refreshments Warning %  'ogger%  i a menu served at I incincxatoi on May 17, last Th. approve paymonl ,.i U40 wv %  j'ca Experiments Two Members Councillors With ran,, Walk Qu! QwurBl Qver KINGSTON. May W. A breed of cattle, regarded b> • From Pace 1 ihc experts at beat suited to tho d< tropics, has been produced in Jaestablishing n Dairying Indusl males by experiments ovi, agricultural innumber of vcais. The search for dustry. He said thai when one %  Ma a breed has boen ,-olng on considered the length of time lor years all over the world, and ? lo ?L* u &'** **** %  * UD } hc in producing this strain. Jamaica 4"'" 11 ,lth ,ht """" becomes the first colony m tbt HJSS • l" 1 !" *'"* lmmX Commonwealth to have produced in,m ""* ;• completely new breed of Gttth Produced after 30 year* of ex_ riinent, it is a mixture of Jersev Mr Vaughan exhorted Governop* and Inoian which has been cstabment to we to It that ihc Deoarttor. The matter was u llshed into %  brain, rrent o.' Agriculture pursue nwn Hope Jamaica U the name whien vigorously the idea of establishbut Councillor* Janet Jagan at has been selected for the breed. ng the Dairy Industry at IhfM the Statutory MsjeUni on Monday Government has made provision stations, and warned that the suajar objected to th* expenditure, as for the expansion of the cattle industry could no longer be conshe felt the Counc i l was badly breeding scheme in the Island sidered the salvation of such a off for money for other things. over the next two years Su as to 'aw population as there U In Cou ncillor George de Sebastiani produce a nucleus of the strain Hi Barbados. He also urged mixed supporting Mie expenditure %  UDDlv local nnd Caribbean need;, fuming which he said would help pointed out that it was not a ______ to end the anxiety now exiai .i! th* Mayor's ragirtat (Bod ""' ., „ „ % %  MI ., the incinenitoiand which wa* Mr r. E. Miller anil Mr C. *. atM Governor and I-iTT.i, rt\ S"^ ?" Wtu labourers. He i^2l^ Nations, and after Ml to ask the Mayor kTI .i 1 ""V/ beneftu ,„ ,.... ,.„. WDO n sta out of hi* which had been derived and which own were still being derived from the TK,> Mayor Mr Rat-man It Another aluminum company i< instructions and the work carried ......j did not lake part in llT A n put to the voW Surrey Retains Cricket Lewi GOVERNMENT NOTICES Botb j Another Huuxite Com/Mtny Begins KINGSTON, May 30. at present in negotiation with the on at the Station."., thev charged Jamaica Government for licence the two previous speaker| ( I to mine bauxite in the island, "'*? "DO knowledge ol % %  This is British Aluminum Ltd were talking about." who are exploring bauxite deu __._ recently discovered in S-. "I IV* 1 Catherine "' M v -oighon ObOUl thO benfrnb Companies already operating in SSS^fi*^ !" S ^22* %  Ijtod are Heynof Jam,,,. lines. Ltd. a subsidiary of a the Stations wer e doing a ,nml Canadmn aluminum company. flc ent Joh n riilw ,,? tton 4 rd -Bauxites Inc.. a subsidiary „, pc^n agriculture as • f the American firm of that name, the st.„i 339 fo' 8 declared and 145 for 8 declared Notts 222 and 52 Wddh %  runs. Middlesex 2S2 on< i five for 31. Sussex 168 for 6 declared and 119 w-m versus IndUgtp. Match drawn Ouunonji 170 Indians 217 and 85 I Yorkshire versus Lancashire,! Match drawn Y 2 declared and lib fot 8 derlsred Lancashire 26 f. i %  M :• for 3>. %  i versus Northanti Match drawn. Northants 23)8 and 87 for |. | ( pjlmci 119. Tompkin 83.) Essex versus Worcester. Match draws Essex 396 for 7 declared. 321. (Outschoorn 103. KOD] (>. Ray Smith S for W> Somerset versus Gloucester. Match drawn. Gloucester 203 and M0 for 3 declared. Somerset 169 (Cook 5 for 47i. and 84 for 4 NORNINGCOUGHS %  Ut r % %  !•• %  p and (MlfT I MKNDXO THE TRAFFIC iQt'EENS HIKIHHW l\K\i I IBQ1 I MII>N> IM A-t llrOt. lien Bag (ollowing fvguiati %  da) R. ode) Regulations, 1952. ItoOd lag j Frontenae Cup RaceThurstlay minutes also left the Chamber! When Mr. Talma had finished 40,000 Get Anti-TB Test i<>i;r-oK-srAIN. May. Trinidad's B.C.O. anti-tubercusis, comprising doctors and irses iptGuuly trmlnOd foi* tho tm compalgT lOMraa tuwreulosls. tested more than 40,000 persons •nd vaccinated about 22.000 between April 1. this year and t the member of the PTJL*Monday IV who took charge of the. V'rmn A,ll 9R ten. to reply to ;; .-Vl^^sSi. ^ Si**^ ^V ? U 2 n, "' togtOfl and about 20,00. The Frontenae Cup Race will be sailed in Carlisle Bay at 2.00 pr ank-Hollday). Tlonou quorum of the critic made, but the House WM time without a quorum. ; this It wa ond will times are ll*— N. i tbBou sun M ii.. S .,!,:-.I 1 M 1 OS na yn II. .i ,">iL >. Honour that there %  ;•* not a toouotlB had boon received from JUV^ W IOM "* un !" f nd ,hP quorum present, ll,s Honour %  """• Mkln| Uurl the.r prtvafl win heS"u..i"LT^n V"' ra( ""' ero '' """ th ^ " be rung to d w,or ? e permitted to vaecinoti %  andicap summon members. A'ter live ""g nous — minutes, there was no further uddition to the number and Ills Honour perforce adjourned the House until next Tuesday a t 3.00 J?* !" , p m. '. He-lth Organisation. This body, '• he added, with the United organisation and the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund have insisted that whcie their responsibility for u mass campaign is undertaken and tho vaccine is being supplied from u World = m,i. Health Organisation laboratory. COLUMBUS Ohm milv „ losc IIlrtlvi d U als actually "ay 31 trained by the World Heallh Four desperate, escape convicts organisation and by the United vho might do anything' were Nations I ChUdren't Yellow believed hiding in Central Ohio, Enicrxci.cv Fund will be peiafter taking part in a nine mai break last night from hlstort I • Daunllro I 1 c 1 *klM 19 Dawn roil ass Y#no. I 1 c 11 K-r,, 1 Sinb-d 1 Mlu Behave i or B*t t' 1 1 i HurrlcJin* : Hatanrl II ClytW 1 0> Y*IU> Nine Break Jail In Ohio wlihout t. | iiiirrna) tii*J| t -lit li"o.l. thus rrarhlu Hii nil—, nri,i In.,,-. Slarlli,!i|ii|( IIKIUIK unm*iai*iy to r>iro<> ihi.-k, mtUkr l>rr-nwitlnalt..r In rftr.iiMiKt l, u p i;t Ml from your ehrmlil l—l~y guiek aa(UlatiUun or money bach gunrantrrg. MMM Oka ?*e WORNOUT and 7i*C4C %  "iliI'M •r..n,|,.. -, dv. un hU U —,1 —* li> th* flM „l VwrtnubU.OiuNM Nl*ldf. lU.tlh,.. %  livki.lniM nil.-. pii n niiu niiM and r sorts acidi Iroai Ih. bhwL WSn lh, kf. Ih, ..MMI bKMSS (l*fcrd with |>u.ui,i and ,, '"' *>tan s !" inaMrshit. TVn is M* l-W la take IWrf'i K.dn,, Mt Wrih.n I ksw Daddl .!.>! to hrla IK, *„(,„,, drain •<.*, thru harmful -ul,i. S*a •iru. ill ,„ IMIIBI II i-i.1,.,1 |„ ,!.., %  hradad mrmit, ami p-p. Bat br aura la fl Ih. femaor ItaWd %  KV*i*t PJIa I %  !• larf UiiU % %  all a1ni| ilart*. at Dodds Kidney Pills Auentimi u drawn to too rjotonsg ConU viol rj Mi .II. Prleoa) Oi %  *rtU 11 j published in the Oltieial (;../ett, „f Moooay, tod Jui 'Pinkhan thU Ordor Iho rmilmtmi ntaU MWBB prioog of Tdrdi Ud "Neo Chemical Fo i 1 1 KM UNIT OF Ml l M .NIMUM ItKI.MI, lltllK ib*ma Ccmpnul N Chonu.nl Foo.1 .." Small and botua i*iai .. Bottle SI 0ft 11.71 SI o M June. 1952. 4.0 U In Attention is draw., i„ u,e Control rafPrici D menu Ordor, No is wiu.h win be published la Ih. of KOBdaj, and June. 12. 2. Under this Ordei ^Fresh L Frozen—Beef > Five of the convicts were cipK.4 tured shortly after their escape. i Warden Kalph Alvis rushed to Yellow *"• P rWon m ho"day ClOtDOJ t, direct the night long search for "'"• the men who btaged the biggeSt i,,...* break in the prison's history. %  The convicts all of whom hod earned model prisoner ratings stormed their way out by binding guard with adhesive tape. ' V' :~. k... ..-.^ __u_ .w^i^ III.IKI idaa ItoU lh-1 l"iK— i : it i. ULA1K BANMSTm. the .•lashing his arm. sawing their way through iron lattice work In then second floor dormitory window. : Jumping acrow a four foot passageway to the roof of the records offlfflre and sliding 15 feet down a drain pipe to freedom. KOJE RIOTS ARE MOST VIOLENT (By DEAN DETTMfcK) WASHINGTON, May 31. j Koje Island prism. CaUDS liotl i are apparently the mo.st faOMDl j in uhuii the prisoners of this i country have ever been involved, although they are far from unuiue In the history of warfare. During World War II. 25 Nazi naval off) 11 ,t: I ii ruorini U chnidaw The natural way to KEEP SLIM AND FIT If you WIDI n p,. i1fBinvf .i, •lim, with bright *JT>, radiani compleilon. and real fttnet, Naiure drtnandi thai you haw your system clcsnied 3 impuntiei. Clmicsl tests by %  raon confirm dui Bile Bcant J" t-.it, grnily and clfc.tivclv Kile Beam sre kcepiru] millh-n. healthy and youthful in look* and figure. Mart Taking them lonighi. Njtu-e'j Gpntle Aid CHANCERY SALE i .. H:|i I'lalnliU ii. i.. OH I %  B7VBB.YN I I Ii. I M PRdPatKTY Hf or Kiilrnxl fli I>Und Ol IlarbadM Ihal rcftalo pi... „r pan-rl :t I ll alliiale .1 r.nl--i\•• .. iin. ( il-iiilriif l.y adrni u. .. porirau of a ..-idlw.nl, | M | widf whieli inln.nl. tl>>-!.! pawc •nd run. from u, r ix.l.lir road in ,. norM^i-ly n. ...,,t i iMina and ("Fundeia .m Unaa or Ihf Mate ol SUM Mul. r I...... .t. •lamas A Tlidor. on land* ol Iho Manuotiroliii %  ol ma oalalo of T. C. IAKBI bul n.. ..I Mi It in i M ll ! %  uld mad lw*nt In-t wlda> .in land..I M. I l land. ••! W A Yf-ir-t^-J. iitid .-, Ih.. IIU.1I. i....I I .. MriiinttlKHia* Ulaiaon and all other littHdlna* .""I ""IMI IhrrwHi Upal prlr* CUDS 0 • • Dalf. ..I Sale lilh Jur* IIU f.f thcli !'..i '. mi Cliristinas Eve in I6H4. All were later re, ,.|-! .1. II Iii 1943 there was an uruueccH!nf at Tule Lake. California. There also was a riot of Italian P.W.S. at Fort Lawtou, HEARIK ofeoffii %  Grand braakfast main disA.' Hart's tho "power" of corn. Taites pouxrfuUy food! Crisp, sweet, fraant Your bargain in goodneaav— Keflogg/* Com Flakos. MOTHU KM0Wo v N Fibria Kdatfy intO WaV life... raVaf, mtst ttbmfiil I via-. soaf fcaif, &J, r/bM urjr •Tin ci-atANTrr tsrritj by all Pff$uHm Fdtitl— WiS.'SSS/S*.VS-'/v£ We wish to advise our customers that our PARTS Department will be closed TO-DAY FOR OUR ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING j • IXMVIIIM, ESTATES & TRlDIMi CO. LTD. ECKSTEIN BROTHERS' Phone 4269 Bay St.



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M %  W A rAKM MM. %  %  .; I A VMM M I 111 \ i N lilt KM I i:im.l \M) vi I SL NUr Appllr Ml Orei.muirui, %  •%  a •I III H Ml IS UAL ESTATF. OUNGAl.OW %  %  Tho above uiupertv -ill %  | :.J -.., rU< K Til' 1 Nil i 1 1 %  rsAcraa OM .i.uia^ri I'tiiim ,.. ., SO .%  %  , POULTRY %  uci %  Di.i 1 **K %  MECHANICAL t n IIAI. Kv,i u>Mi r. ...a.. Mv (.i %  .-i 401* I •. % %  \i KIM MISCELLANEOUS 'llii*.. China *eiercolour< Irapha ate at i<'i i hi the Hiirlu'lo* Fnlvteclin < 'if nl.tlllwiKl u I-mad* ba •UmM wh.no! da) and P. .. Sewl ilnal form vtruch cai Brhooi OaV* m 7~~ AppUi-n. kkauM tM b*i LM I J^ nrf a " """ Th Bnlfano b.-.luiiai wil, b* h-M ' R |al Ih School on rrldav Uti, IM.IISO> \l. SHIPPING NOTICES will:. "T#^ HOYAL NETHERLANDS £L STEAMSHIP CO. \IIIM. rlOM itKorB I MNAOU. 1Mb Jnc. 1MB. r -nTMTOR Mlh Juna. 1K3 HT-'TIA t'n Jwlj. 1M1 HAEUMO TO llMn l H WkUXUSTAD. !•> J'•• %  .Ml-.. IOTIINMM r,lAJMIIW VKM BM1HM i.l IAS* 4 s .NMlH lU' J'*b. ItM M %  'BONAIHr Hit I. Jiiw itaa NTTOB, 1"" #•*. It** MMVi. IO TIDIDAD AND Tl MlMI ; HKiTIA Hit JuX, IW> I F kWMOH, MH< IO. LTD l-nucarm >a >bcduid t" Pp.l Plf IU. Q. ._wP|>P NJ-lfca-jr-> luHlh. *F* > idau July lb. •rtWiM M law tM %  arfcadM In aodiuon to !•••••. cargo KM mU apt** ( ""I'd MA>*IAil< .-!.... 1,1.-•v^d k] AUOLI'HV'J. MAVtMB. Guldan Rio*SI GMK, Mt 1 ApplKatlon F>>f lh HaadmaaUr i i""l • talumod to lalf !ini. Honda) 1 A -I.. .1 BffMt) BfJ %  M ... by a mrli %  if A PI r* M any pMwi or panona %  .n> nm .w I da not %  poiiaiblo loi antono COJIrdet -Hnd b> rr V ANDOIFOOt. fh B.IU xl rat ,_.i n ,,l *, %  Laid SAGUENAY TERMINALS V*-nd Flont riHi.li \onris M.I XAMIK \ SCHOOL, Eatauire EunlMltoo I Tb aaainnvalto'' (or >nU>Mt IB lit-inbri IMS, ai *rll <"• Scholar. | i and Vau> BXhlMttOM IU I* %  at thia Wtool i T\ir*l.. iHK.niUtil -i JD o m lor A14* i i.i*b wainad i .f, HtBh Straai: (tea Rai hatlui PiIn. HI* !HAIti:<4 Tnirr Hi OnMti of CIM oaaai In HIIXiF I iviTi:t: Apply to UCNM Coiita CaUoM *• Cd H llIcli KrajkL n.1 twMtaa %  d %  %  Mi Mk ,,[.. In,... I %  wn.TSMMti: MENTATIONili-lllnhouar "WHITE HAVEN in in St. Philip with about IM ""' land nvada up U t..i!" I"? .. arabla. T acra* Wrianlo. 13 acrBI rtr alao 4 bin mil la, I mil %  hull. 3 etiw.. I IIMIiie M(. A T SJi r .-lr % % %  arillr 3116 Tha nl,,.. properly -III n* *l up to public petiuot. (ur .a la to Ihr lntfhrit l.id.li r bainrid lha appialard valu* at 1 p m on Pridav U" *h d> at Auia i*M al our CMBca For lu/Uirt partliuUr. and tondltlon* ol June ItOI Candidate* mual bm the anna ol parl*hlonen m atraltanad rlrcumaUncao and 1 ilaaa Ih.m 1"'. nor mom than 11'. tean ol itgr on the IK Scp !rml-r ittC Frawa of appliratinn will be laauad I btfk'a Ofjec ,11.11. hetweerOM houra of II • in and ('.lent* niU (uardiunwho wlau, • or wardi to alt U who haW* not ..irea*!* %  n. %  c .turned F3KTI! r, a. do fo< her or w elae conlractanf any debt tu B" in Rll % %  iltien OARP&Ur TJIEO*IU.l U* WALXBli. Cane II.I. -' M.CtHMl & BKM llMdn lUreaa no *'romi' M'nUrTiaiii ,1 i TE-TWCOTAL fraan NoncF. THI IIXRNAIM1-. Al lOHim t.KMIATinv Ihi ..iiMt.ii IMI ky KICIaPICATK arrf Ihe •(( %  -,! fhe la Ittended '..I..LH a S 0. piofl. •eulul ranrtlUdU-%  all be publlahrd in thr Advocate about ntcaMOA. of H U Uw Qui fvlahratlotui on thaMh June, a Cor P..rk Will be available fri-n T 0 n> '<>.ihali u*e. on the Drill Ground. Pii.i F *A Canadian National Steamships u itrjiviAN NOTICE '"o, 1 ATI .,!:, %  ad H h i. me d>ath IhEta Mr Mfer i i 'TIII-.'U ni.i ftderdciwn ii -underfill i quilled TWEN-I %  •oi w pucitrr bjpnvxt PILES can be Cured Taerc are UhWaauids of men and i rko Hfler awfal agonr da* and niRhl fcaca ua e of pile tronble, who do nut know thai everjchrmiit atockia ipcial remedy tkat doca moat %  nre-l* and qiiirkly baniik %  W miaery of tbll wretched irotibie. Make a confidant of your dwnuit. Ask hta about Man Zao Pile Remedy. Ha will tell you this 11 no ordmaty ointment, •art a toolhuia;, healiiiK, sucngthciung %  airD that at once soaps the intense irritafioo aad clean away inlemal, raleinal, Mft or hlo rd i n a; piles, The unique tube in which Man Zan ia B**U makes thii preparation so easy and CBban to use. The bait %  LIB aupply, with f aci al applicator, ia uaually lufnrjiBit to Clear away the most difrknlt uw. Rcmcrubcf tba name <>t thia apecial tfamedy for pile trouble ManZan LE REMEDY VKTION r. ii nil... BANK order of the In mm, .,' a wil mi Filil..* Btli Jon* ni a k. .i. M. II H v %  a rear* a**d 1.; AN ... II Arrhri M Rasi i ( O-IH'KRAT/Vf: I IMI I I Ii I MRM SH.1INI. 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CANADIAN SERVICF Arrlvei ItaraU.i Juar I4in Juna jaiti ITlh Jub M.V. MUNEKA -il I accept %  Bo and paaaeiiBeila* Uomui Ai.t.gua, Monlaerrot, Nevto, KillSail. i. %  Fiilai 11th M V CACIQCE DBU. CAW IBE' nil Viii.esi ena*r> (01 firenada. Aruba aaiiuia vreon* lay. Ilth June B.W.I M Minis, K OW.11SI 1--M. IAII.IS IM Laaalinra — T*la. Na. 4a4l ROBERT I MUM LTI1— NKW YORK QULF HRRVICE Apply:— DA COSTA ck CO.. LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE C'G'TRANSATLANTIQUE SallloEB froaa Southampton to Guadeloupe. HarlUilque. iHuTbadoa, Trinidad. La Gualra, Curaeae A Jaautlea. VALUES WHICH SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. rrosa SoalhinfUn "COLOMBIE" 8th May, 1952 ... DE ORASSE" ... 4th June, 1982 .. Arrives aUrbadae 2UI May. 1952 lftth Juna, 1M2 •Not calling at Guadeloupe SAILING FROM BARBADOS TO H linn f^rajsn BArhadn. Arrlvte SoBl hi BSptO Dl. GHASSK" %  10th May, 1952 2aHh May, 1952 J 'COLOMBIE" .... 1st June, 1951 13th June, 1962 5 DE GRASSE" .... 29th June, 1952 9th July. 1952 J •Sailing direct to Southampton \e 1 ^ # *>rad>fX* of & and Prat lice ntl HAHHISMN COLLEGE LIBRARY I.I lor t'ourwi -i "" Mensbeis of Ea-Mu. As. .61 Sin-.ltLecturev .16 al ii %  lit in-'i Council On MOMMY* BenlnnloE. June Bth. *t H.0A p.m Fee Members i>( I > Mm .1 Aaaucl.il Ion SIlLtlc l/ccturr-. Tayajayafnxa&'e^'e'' W/.'. *.*.''.'.'*: i \IIIM;MI;HS Have You a Full Range of TOOLS? IT NOT. VHY NOT ? Obtainable at . CK/VTatAX EMPVIUVM Corner Broad and Tudor Streets A. E. TAYLOR CALLING JUST #*#•;. vr.vf. ENAMEL WARE PLASTIC TABLE ( I.OTHS and PLASTIC by the TABD sultaMe far Sanall Table Cloths. Wladow RlintU. etc. Very pretty Designs, Also lovely Patterns of OILSKIN far TABLE t LOTUS etc WALL PAPER for Partition*. Very pretty patterns. LINEN I Mti.l ( LOTHS COTTON TABLE CLOTHS LINEN AND COTTON PILLOW CASES A i-iceaawortanent of TOWELS raailng from 36 rents ie BATH MATS and so many other thlniit would be Impossible to enumerate them all CALL AND SEE No obHralion lo Bl'Y A. E. TAYLOR LTD. THE NOAHS ARK STORE. SELLING EVERYTHING from 2 cents in Epsoms Salts to a Lovely Diamond Engagement and to a High Class Matrimonial Ring. DIAL 4166 WHERE qualities are HIGH — and — Price* are LOW %  VHEflE THERE ARE NO PARKING PROBLEMS



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n x BAKHA1X>S *.I>V(K Ml WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4. M: I .i %  what the world %  cesa and spend the'high This Genius C.B. Fry Dwarfs Them All (Bg PI Ti it WILSON) td although IK nd while %  >.-. lumbago oV .... ... I ': .. ... %  kill and grace. %  will alto .1 ijisUmi it Cn %  > I 1902. itumn and I %  • I %  which III ; tning ship A l kfl0 injury. ,| referred \„ peered aa first string backwater" for a mm: Ihe 100 yards tv. lump. — .. %  %  -1 • i.. g#jn wu descrlb• i ,ill-round athlete Interviewed Hitler To describe h' ROBERT M ATHIAS one ol no Americas outstanding ti *in the news again because of his Ob. i.. M championship (v.i I -..'....• %  : unee at Helsinki rew 11, if %  lh equal and busy ronditioruni I %  ml only 17 i iii <-f whom MB roe ihe deLords (• %  ndon, thug bei % %  %  ' oi *'" ncr i". tho l,l8lor y ' KMOKII mil. U.S. Ilopr For Olympic Kvcnl SporU Window I... Wale. Pslo nmn thu altrrnuon Mill be Ihoae tixlufrv nhlli \\t-re paatMind (rum lhnr-.da> laal. Thej wrre an follows:— IVIdpaMtmyi n. ~\iordlih. t.111i.in. Snapper*. eco4 Third Annual Brncfi! Show I Daiirr Bkyclea Vs laU| Prizes TWO bJoyclee will be given to .i.jdadi and D. %  i.ip prbN In the ISJ .... %  %  ; b CO Ltd agents ond the Barbados Ul( ii rdware |olnUy with U ruft of UM > %  < rroptaj u thi mitiiandlng U s I oetlnl of .. £• 1 %  %  r ; £ %  i a£o be wo r' d 'f H Spencer if 8,042 point., lit ha. wl uk „ %  me Term of also be l i 'Punch" i layei %  n outatai %  Unlvei 'Half .it ('Blifnrnti. ... athletic v. i rtl Itj i >, contcstD irack and ... % %  • put, the % % %  \""~ c.Uke the ll mct '-p high hill discus throw, the p id ilirl.MJu-mctre run. Points anscon H %  i nr the double winnei In i loon with a youngklng at Churchill then and asking him ": be trained without 111 . ne cby and rebe kingdom Ihe next? I r tor in Ttnj . men with C 10,000 must lirst win %  place M !'ry fulfilled the am "f OJyn mentg but i fou do not, "' M ithlej d bli D l*i Reveri nd Robert c n y, y Richards, the i m %  au aloh, %  "',•' • l1, champion Mathins did who folios i %  I which weg won by the indeed, I doubt If ,T, ,,„,' : **V "' **• Methiai cotn enjoyed iiythuig that he didn't ,,.,.. 17-y !" Jumped .. N ,i, T dmMathia.i cnmielrd wiih the hwt I... greati I importance %  gplalna why you WilRht IUIVP itxiiiii him tranalatlug the English hymnal I : .is a delei I 1 the age %  he ni'ide his re.il %  % %  11 *' i (hot put, the higtt jump. md ihe ooo-metre run Tbougn he faiu-ri to win Ont place .i i.k .I.-I 101 .. .,, .. %  ">. % % %  %  >' M a no b i. nuih -i hen i Mnni valour t Q i ,,:h UM. '.ileMium-n ... l;l f ol t rrobutlar. jl.tocbi 11 1 • i 16 cenumJ >.((reil. : : % %  i i|n| ... lidi I* "... n lau %  l.: f r i* rwui l.il "*' n Ut II M.iuuinT.bllii f.ir Ilii,v.lulled 11 work. Mull's, li B canumttrn] Whan %  i. rot* ... , %  .,. %  '' %  "" %  %  : ii da] whan M mado '";' •• '•'MIIIBI.I iloru ih. %  i. ?S .' '. %  i... aqualled, ',' "' '-. ,i %  :: J -"' %  'I bj aft ,,„i,n ; ,. i %  .,,:,., „, Die Craptain hunavlf in ohinpi. hlaton MADRID, Juna 2 tOOftad likiApollo .,, mil ,; ,; I WIDOW wanil. be no al Ills lirfore moiv II.HII 80,000 ooraons """'. loota '-. ..,„„ „,„„!,. .., BHwaenlha r hu brow ' %  %  iiThan ran anolh r 1 llonal UOa 1 U ScH-Sacriflce inl.L Miithus savs %  bin country at n *i.„V rn Vl;:'rVA !" ''. 1 ,\. in.. niBBkN •> %  tue Advw i.ir g g ect a i|..w. n AKJin wnUMf l Hie Advueatea bpettt tluif whlrh ended on Suiurday. >ir. Ueefl ItulihbiMin. a leruaei wbueff lumvif, aa Hu oiilv oilier <'uiii|H-UU)r to Mf.um a eeereet entry. Hi iteet een .uti >i ihia Olid'I'MllU |HI/I l^ Midi) UM puMMble. 1M in.il lixliirtwith Irinidad. .njured hi* knee ..ml Waal cmnpellrd by Ihi* umpire to •'land >tiid roll the ball underhand down the i .I.K knewri l.utltrr Barrow %  ;. looiBM.i.. A tram kteka ofl and by i h ri r mmhined plat man" In -i in*t.iili.iut an i>Mlniriii playim Ihe ball. 'i enfd Ihe referee award a gnel rtnewer Yes. .1. RACING. Name the H.irh .ihr. ownCd hSfl I lli.u won the 'lrliilil.nl Turf Club Cup al Ihe Christmah meeting. 1927. AaWWeri 'lYtcana. *. BOXDfO, Fr.iMi Hlmtn did Joe l.ouU lir*l win Ihe world heav>welgbt lioxinc rhamplon%  hlnf Answer; Jimn J. Bradi'...k. i \m.l I ENNII What is meanl by ihe term "Let" In I.M,tei.nl-.'* rtJanrsn if ., ^ r u-e ball lmi.hr-. the net, but b. otherwise rorrrrt. the umpirr %  alla "Let" 4 nd Ihr ervice it (.),.„ a mil prm-nla •llic Slar Buds Srhuvl [ Danrr in %  latllj ol lUrJKal dancv* % %  (ri a> B-llt-l Muttcal ComH % % %  I.. A s. lo Done* "Km In Ttir Hu.i Parma Bn a iwmin.ii i ..i i >.. %  %  mm ADMISSION SI •* Datum I %  rltW Ihe Show TkkeU %  %  .mi.ut % %  Tho auii Mini II. i .•nd llcfirmhmwiili WEATHER REPORT YESTKRDAV Rainfall: Nil Total rainfall for monlh to date: .01 In. I In: In--i Temperature: S7.5 •F l.mi.1 Temperature: 72.5 %  r Hind Velocity 8 miles per hour Barometer (9 a.m ) W IS p.m.) 29.925 TO-DAY Sunrlae: 5.40 a.m. Sunset: 0.19 p.m. Moon First tju*rter. May 31. Lighting : ..00 p.m. High Tide: 12.32 a.m. and Lit p.m. Low Tide: 7 11 a.m. and 0.11 p.m. Ekfigliafa 'lYum W ii>s \\ Soccer %  IUVER, June I Ten tnousand soccer fans Satur%  day mar\. of the famous English Brit division teen) Tottenham Hotepun as thty defeated British i %  'Minin.i LVisunland all stars 9—2 a) passed Newcastle Uuited's showing hcie three years ago. %  -. led the %  coreo with row i oal Dm Duquemin %  rard, netted twice. Sonny Walton end Tommy' Harmer. who took the Eddie Bally Inside left, tallied once each, while AhRamse;. England's international fullback netted the other countei from a penalty kid*. Ian Douglas, Busier Cairns, John Dunn. Dennis Rogers and <;..,... Btewarl ttv pick o* the Mainland team but although they displayed some smart footh..ii at timi... the teem classMd, Rogers scored both counters for the losers. Tottenham led 5 -0 at half time.—C.P. BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB i-i A Visiting Members Only) By courtesy of the British Council there will be a Film Show in the Ballroom TO-NIGHT at 8.30 o'elaek The mtanrainme includes short films of the Royal Naval Cnllegq. Dartmouth W.it. Polo, Scotland Yard and a Charlie Chaplin movie. M. inben arc cordially Invited. No Admission Charged. FOH TH HEFTY v CMUCMETEMS WE HAVE just received a very Nice Assartment of CRICKET BATS with Prices just as moderate as last season's with the folk... Autographs . CLYDE WAI.COTT Test Selected SW.61 Special Selected I3.S0 Selected 10.00 LEN HUTTON $15.50 SI I.M 10.50 LESLIE AMES 1550 11.50 10.50 COMPTON 1550 11.50 11.00 ALL LESS 10'. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 — BROAD STREI T IT PAYS TO USE THE BEST Thai bj whv >ou should bu> RED HAND PAINTS We have New Stocks of... SPECIAL HOUSE PAINTS Grey, Dark Grey. Oak Brown. B'do* LightI & Dark Stone, Tropics) White. Red. SEn.unel-finish MARINE PAINTS White. Cream, Tulip Green. MATINTO FLAT PAINTS White v Green CONCRETE FLOOR PAINTS Bright Red. Grey. Mid Grrrn. Extra Brilliant ALCMINICM PAINT Hard Glosa PERMANENT GREEN PAINT PAINT REMOVER lor the eaay Phone 4456. 4267. al of old Paint WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD SPAIN BEATS IRELAND 6—0 i! ,k, M.v Jimmy Hatlo WAS SUPPOSED TD BE PSACTlC/tLLV NOTHlSs" ^40t5~ y BUCKS" m 7.. ,%  .: %  ;, "', "The Finest Beer Bretved Anywhere A WORSTED SUIT ONLY $65.00 P. C. S. MAFFEI & CO.. LTD. 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EISENHOWER COMMENTS gN POSSIBILITIES OF WAR SftVH Russia Would RP IwmlUli nm rab'tm i' J. w~ _•___• ttPmm.^." Says Russia Would Be Foolish In Seeking It Deliberately WASHINGTON, June 3. (^ENEilAL D WIGHT LIStiNHOWEK said here to-day that the "chance of a deliberately provoked war is not great," but there was still danger of satellite wars of "powder keg variety." he said. He was addressing his last Press Conference in uniform before he was formally handed his army retirement, thus enabling him scope openly for the Presidency of the United States. Aflkod DJ OIK [pomtaM for bil estimate of the possibility nf war. he replied that u reasonable calculation would show that any nation including Russia that deliberately siiunht w.. uld be very fj than be no war", he people tava been foolish." •pem* to inma thai .1 aaUbafgto tOWardl global would be based cm ... uwiuroptions— llrst thai : A m UMtanUj, second thai they would certainly win glo Elsenhower, qu.iluicd :.. atatanant thai than wai IUU danger that MtaUlta .. grow. Satellite Wars The United Stales must bo highly alerl and highly mobllpwd against the poaaibUli elide wars or warn "pi variety" and to see that other teuntrlai around could detenu ihemae.ves until the U.S. could move its own tecae. Although Bfsanhow -1 could not answer |*>liiu k ,] Queolions at today's conferemv be did defend himself agaiivt the cnargc made by Senator Robert Taft, for nomination as Hepublican parly's presidential candidate. Taft had said on Sunday that the decrease in Am. power began a inny Chief of B the last war. Jlseahnwai %  hi had dono ewryttlini i>ossible to take the control of air fOrCM away from the army—which wa," done—and that he favoured an increase in a number of an wtaga. But Congress he said had cut funds requested Tor U* inent of air power in the United States. Crack in Inm Curtain Eisenhower said: I have fought (or mnr,* uir force llun tivci v..i S anted by Congress," Asked U A.T.O. urmir.s should to move upon any sign of a crack in the iron curtain, Eisenhower aaM lie beUavea it imposslbh free countries to main' • strike on a moment's notice. He M|d he wai not one Of those who hava Inah ted on reaching a specific military goal this nesl yi-ar i) it rath* In keeping headed for the goal. in connection with the European dafance he lid 'progress is there." Referring briefly to air and ground forcon he thought than kouM be a reason balance. Eisenhower mud recognise that tb States cannot live exclusively alone. Jn regard to the placi and Yugoslavia in the Western European Defenre i>, IMrved the United State* "would go to war only in defence .f .. fir. of the Individ i I No nation can win %  global war Instantly. And in ordei ilobal tear with extended combat he said an aggressive nation wnuid h.ive to h.,v., stockpile of everything needed for %  UCh a Combat. Therefore he said the "chances of deliberately planned global war wont pay. Added a foi thai 1 on tho lii to i Btal must help a'lied countries to take care of thenWllvea Als we must keep ourselves highly alert and highly mobilized.' 1 Asked il he thought military ewpenditurai could or hr>!ild he reduced. h said Ihere was no doubt there mon< _^ p L'.K. AjCcepU Reasons For Australia's Gut* S. African High Court Hill Passed CAPETOWN. June 3 The High Court of parliament 'ill. which give* Parliament final %  UthOrtt? over constitutional legislation became law tu-day when it DOd by Governor OOBOral F C H.mscn on behalf of the Queen. In the bill Prime HnMai M-1I.U1 aimed to strip the Appeal court of iu power to Inlaflilatlan. The High Court will comprise of Ihc Senate and National Assembly. After considering! %  from a judicial comJ mittee or lO senators and Assem-' dly members they can vary or set ) judgement of the A|>I ..; dealing with an Act of Parliament Pinay Wins Vote Of Confidence PARIS, June | Antoma Pit. VOt,. of t t tho 1 mania i sink,. tnteal Unofficial vote n Plnay*i com1 versial Socialist back*. scule wage I I to Ma The Ft -i! warned that ] t will %  nj Qovi Kvr who %  %  It down rtrlke to protest the jailing of Red Dueloe, D I • udMN iiflAWAYO. Southern Rhodesia. Trade Union is is Arrive Here Mr C I' AlrxancU-i. Pri-sident of the Stamen and W.it.rfri.nl Work*!*' Union i)f Trmulail. kl MM of Ihc first I rtvi En 'IKc nli i,i'i-i'of thiInU-rnatiimal Confederation oIFncnad* Union* (ICFTU) ottha InMr-1 MUB umXi m.,d."aonu proAmerican R. 1 Oi panliatlon \ tin Defoe Shipping Buildings. The yacht which li run on twin screw Diesel engines ha* Ihei M June 3. Southern Rhodesian troop* Infantry and armoured—have ^omaui* been mobilised for possible de[ ments wh snatch to Bochuanaland where I be vpr j useful disturbances have occurred sod I through" fogs and mmsing speed of 14 knot.* and is ISO tons netl nnri 1A9 Ions groat. ; The vessel is equipueti win tfl pilot, radar Insbuhave been proved to' 'hlle going ther bad Editor Of B.WX ^ ear FJ:M>k Diefl MONTIIEAU June Z Arthur Innls Pocoek. 62. Editor DM r ol U I Wt St Indies Year B %  %  1 %  i-!.:i on Monday. Born in I l went Bermuda Bl la In 1928. la which police have been killed jwtather and is well air condition jd. There la s ship to ahoi colonel J. I. Thomp^n. * Igf"* ^ !" ,S" mag troop, in MaUhcU""^ "^j!" n^"""' land cCTIr.1 Southern Bhodnc | !" !" J^'J"'_.. 1.1" deMTibed troops as elements of %  then Rhodesia armoured car regiment and the Second Battalion Royal Rhodesin Regi. ment. He said they notice. >-ere at six hours Anary tribesmen at Serowe. 1'amangwato tribal capita) In .i.dand Dlonod police dui tig the week-end, killlna three and woundiiuj twelve. Police He v i ,, Thomas headquarters at Salisbury today Bfclnner Canada. Ltd.. publishers said all was quiet in Serowe. of tha i R V Book. ia#ijt MM *w the W. ll.'ll 'I I to Miami, he becond Joseph Count Joseph Conrad rullnt nifsns rvlll luve lu .'(.-Inn of Hi. I Mill he i,,, Besjrts QereftuasM kUrreiidir UIVI mill.ii.l in. i able in gram boottl Truman had pr.miiaed Ihc union In ucliini II to call off Ihe Uir.. ,i. t alrlke atttl ld-1 IIIDMIII Jupun Needs Nol Pa> rOKYO, June. 3. Japanese Baralgn ninlstoi %  dav ihol | This "vessel was after loaned |a "'' MWnont then;nilc.i Slates ( ur t—•-'-%  ng vessel which went 1 ( w..rld ai..l %  -..' daa book railed "The Cruisimt of the Joseph Conrad." iftri the war it was placed museum for exhibition. Tha Joseph Conrad II hSJ dOM .>!> %  >' 15.000 miles already. Surrey Retain Cricket Lead Wicket* w amc qulokl) W. A, ORIFFITH'S Dry GoodBtore at Swan Stwt was broken and' entered between lit 30 p.m. on Monday and 00 a.m. yesterday. Qua bolt of tropic! cloth, a sports shirt value 16.67 and eleven gents' UM at $1 08 each were stolen from tlic show window. The man lu the picture points to the corner or the show window which was knocked ont by the thirl and which has now been boarded up. He apparently reached into the window and took the articles. LONDON. June 2. British ministers and indu tl n 11 ilia'i i %  evi re import i Id fc have hurl Britain's eeonon u eves learned authoritatively on Saturday. I Mr iian Prime Mini Utrbinson Sueeeedb Sinilhi v rs As Cliuiriran %  LONDON. Roland RobUMOn HJ ii" %  : %  %  uartona with tti Go\'omment and Industry repre[ %  .... told them in i %  \ %  : 'railing accounts represent UW domini'in maximum Menzicfi discussed tin i %  hardships oi r.r i :i industry which mifht be adiusted. lnformsaid some hendCJr*. i-kp-joi south has bean assets i chairman of the Conservative Conunlttee in Bnstthsn MJP. who has been appointed a %  captains souant to j have no legal riant %  %  '': %  %  %  i %  suir'.-i. bi rUna NotUniham' ]Mm shire at Trent Bridge by 2Hi runs Oka/..ki paid to-dey Japan did letain their lead in the ehampiM ,,* thlnh .„. lntcr-ai.ee ship race with M_iwnts. t Seronc., A(lllM ,„, nm ... four points behind are Middli-ex .._„„,__ i,nlted Nnilm.. who after being skittled oul "'' *' 75 in their second innings at l/., ( h ;> ' ,' 1 '" U W1 -i sehleved a noteworthy victory Okat-ki said over Sussex by 70 runs. Sussex '" %  "" !" ? nrt ^ rt %  were all out for 110 after being set I ** would send .. mtsil Sina;. Vicvmd Pi istee, iesi>r<-tivo%  w % %  So nueii and Waterfront workers' Union Tnsnj an .. n UTK M nili. %  ll.ilel Hi G ii Adan pi %  'efcefSr I'm.in will Ihe peveanor who win fSI %  i ill be r illowed i\ . reply netseoAaMlrre, Rrnrrat %  I I '(.IT. Heel ;r tin. ... in rVpnolntmant of n ilullona Hepoii of tbind O-fi ii, AppoiniOl tli.Work (-nnimissiuiis ilntment <>t the Kxvict Two Members Walk Oul On House thai proposal* were al<...-.. ubmltted through tha nihlp\ %  i ilion nf Trinidad mid tho oordlai relationniHintnineil hcIween enttpboyers .HI.I thaanasslvea %  %  the lifa "i the iiKrcrM< t. he doubted Mi it there read. dlHcuttlc MTtvtna M1 an uiuWmUmlliAH f.* %  uaUon The Barhndm delegnt. inference are Mr. a. ii. fuhuns, Mr y I. Wileott. Mr. tr T Wiltlnn Mr B 0 lj Mr.'guard M N. fni.hh.w of the British 1 iboui ''i i Mi S II. I Mr R. Tell.. I Rrill h < lulati M' E Bll •>'• M:-., V •-. '' ind Mi M. J i %  • b f si Luela • ''I. iiiiiiniciu baai night tha t\<.. nu-mW-rs for si John in %  %  Houae ol A larabh walked oul bsavinsj th.House wuh.nit %  'iiua-um iluniu! the debate on a Itesollilioii |o .lulhon-.e the e\pendlture of HBJrT6 from a polonial Devetopnient and Weire BchBgni t.i ini-el t(u.,.sl ,f ind % %  %  ina at the i. -. aatnesi BuiUoni Mi-Mon.n.r the S ( -.,k T ,ni the House prompt mubiiKht for luck of a quoruui. %  '!' i tin Dell to summon ad rw-cri run, rnr (lee Artrii brief esvlanaflon bj Mr. F I, Walaotl on the ,.un of the Resolution. ,n..i polntJns: out HUM the sums would t-.dnmu '' %  n NM C-D. A w. 8u I Pund. Mi Allder, hdlowed by hia 4UMBJUO Mi v n v.uiRb Inked th,. plirv pursiir<| b\ the n.p-H-tmcnt of Agriculture ;it Ihe Live Btoeh Statlona. and iluiraed that the ptatlon* %  •••\not playing their rolI Iliev nughl. Mi Aiuier preated the n nf the Executive who ihe Resolution for more lot lUm re.;.,i,|in l; | tl ,„ ,|„.r .-,, ,,,,.. to -• spent under various heads %  i These Stations, .ind said thai the lime was Inoppor t une for Oovernntsand to attempt to push ihrough lh^ Rfholutlon. in view jif Ihe lute hour, and the fieaa of tho tuunlter pre Mr V B. Vaughan waa trenchant In his criticism, nnd aai.l thai the Sl;itions should 1. us. d to SB On rae 7 So\ %  in-lave %  %  low inn i F C Coteman | bergo lh-ngui rcprvhcntatlve of rh< s km In Baa iin T,, Hi i some prngi-css was %  being pursued it is not known whether .mother meeting Wi ]l Take place -—I'-F. Fire killed in P.O.S. Harbour 2 Prisoners Hurt KOJE tSLANI>. June 3 One priaonei was wounded i-'y by Sc-uth Ki in an '..'.i.ii'ls whom he had Jeered ati.l %  toned and nnothi i era i abol In the leg liiut night while attemptInn to e-iape frum his compound PORT-OF-aPAIH, I An aa tanker (•uMdiue b*i Port0f-apaln harbour ye-'ciainwd the lives of Qve Norwvglan.s. Tho ship which caught nr %  '' %  pkiaton *kippaf >i b) i ba tain LoBVth had n crow of 37. A > U I .nder DaVld •on. BI. Chief I H %  Berg. 33 Second Onieer Insjlotv Mode 30. third onleei Turbjohn Musuro, 25. Chief engineer rii % % % %  !,-, ... <;uiiaine. uu bored three miles %  ut ..n-ived ..'i Sun.l.ij tuorning from Vawaiuala with %  cargo of fl.lM tons of erode oil l->kinu fuel (l i| fo, When III.explosion OCbelleved to have h*e n in K aa t a—. TVi'r.. was CSSW saled by (he combined efforts i hnrhour firefighters nnd men from the united States Naw based st Cmifuaranu The ridp sarved the crude oil cargo bstact ..ti,, .-, %  r Mi m* inn,: Rhee's Action Shocks Truman PUSAN KOHUA, June :t. P i .M. nt Tnunan to-day told! i'ie-!ii,-iit Syngman Rheo thut he vas ahocked ;i political dcvcijuiii-nb. in Itic SoutL Konau %  • (.iililir. Reliable Ooiernliieul source* reported i:s. aa*nbai i mid th.it tinnote bud IHTII l Rbea, hut refused to ittenl K in cos quoted Ti UBISUI I writing that unless Imme-iiaht.i lietaken to ease the pollK ran will face a i ive ittiation. Ilhee I,.. -i..i .:. uliul law around tha provisional capital .mil in., de I.N..tn>iwil \ aerably have al.-" j.nle-1 by llhees n iiit-miKT, %  re in hiding, The Assembly there%  i. I .-.i... i r lawk of *i quorum A North Koreai killed Leal Iluuada d< tital d, %  luiii;. ,i I Jl | %  I i ,11.'. in Compound Ml wi..-i. .i tiffy foot metal fagpoie was kno.hed down and i.irried out dnj, liii'iiiirrs defiantly %  leetiHl new wooden i..,l.| >n 1 %  and.mi Boetner he4d fa I to i policy Of Mi-king pcucp wltht bloodshed, lie granted uudi co today to three S|M.ke,men •m i ompound rnorgan fieldsmen rrowded round !the bal. DatpiU three 'leclaratlons. two • %  U.C.W.I. Starts \rw liiifHtrlinont %  I pi of the Wi [ndsee opens a new departthe Education Depaitment which 1 Byron Uboach. Uunceloti 0 r them oy Yorkshire, no definite Thompson and Kathleen Husscb. result was obtained in the "Battle Wint, co-holder of the World!of Roses" at i-eeda Lancashire Olympic Record with McKcnIey.|d(rlureri at then bvernight score hohW of the world's 440 record. | of 20 for 9. and Yorkshire scored .he former holder of ihe 440' qiucklv before Vardley declsreii nt llasfe Rhoden, ihe holder) "J ,ot % %  ,. — of the world's 400 metre record I Uncaihire were left 233 la |tu> and Lalng will be Jsmslca's leam un( W' three hours for the 1.800 metres relay with Labeach. brother of the famous Lloyd Labeach who Panama as a Reserve quarter i.oinpson is a high jumpei and ln* jumper while Kathleen the most versatile woEdu< track athlete of Jamaica .ire won -, %  i did not "' droi. Thomson b*l favour of Hya1 and will rinth Walter* who turned in the September to third highest world speed in the UM department. BtudenU women's 100 metre* in the Jamalv. ill be admitted next year. i as t week-end. I kin. Lomax and Edrich srore-l t rei %  aasrina in as many nutudi then 1'iiaii Close caused down by taking and Lancashire eventually win I desperately W;. bbrook having to bat despite A wsrning to Ihe Italians: Look %  • Surrey %  tingham whore .' out for 52. Bedsar c'aimed 6 for 23. Scoreboard: Dwbysl: Wsrwtckshire by an innings and • OnPse 7 %  %  -IP. HOUSE, SENATE COMMITTEES AGREE ON FOREIGN AID BILL WASHIM The II %  I light on Foreign Aid Hill providing % %  ic :iUd rid f"i Ins % %  Bsl %  %  IT) RESOLUTION PASSED ON SEA WELL PLANTATION THE H a ol u %  : %  %  Resoluti.il! to %  -.%  : %  rising ihi nd paused the leaj School Leavers Wiil Sit Exam. l'HT-OF-SI'AIN. May 30. ir. child.'. pchool will sit a new ed the I'litn.in %  BOO] . ,A del iinn that the button should bo used tM both piunownt was taken this week by the Educiiliun Board. I ... examln.'"ii .-.ill be In two groups as the nsauth—Idler tip again." % NF.W APPOINTMENT %  UJA, JuBa 3. %  'vi-icr to the stoctetd f..r •ppoinUnent as Financial s i 1 iiigh: %  i ill h.|aanr-| 1 1 Ihe ., %  %  a hia new I %  ibvr. '* Yes—all that. I>[\ou know, this du Maurier filter tip is just about the finest idea for improving a smoke that I'vt ever come across." Smoke fo your throat's content du MAURIER THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE SOLS DISTRIBUTOR. WILKINSON A HAYNBS CO, $1.04 lor SO MS0I IN CNOLAMD


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EISENHOWER COMMENTS gN POSSIBILITIES OF WAR
SftVH Russia Would Rp IwmlUli nm rab'tm i' j. w~ ____ ttPmm.^."
Says Russia Would Be Foolish
In Seeking It Deliberately
WASHINGTON, June 3.
(^ENEilAL D WIGHT LIStiNHOWEK said here
to-day that the "chance of a deliberately pro-
voked war is not great," but there was still danger
of satellite wars of "powder keg variety." he said.
He was addressing his last Press Conference in
uniform before he was formally handed his army
retirement, thus enabling him scope openly for the
Presidency of the United States.
Aflkod DJ OIK [pomtaM for bil estim-
ate of the possibility nf war. he replied that u reasonable
calculation would show that any nation including Russia
that deliberately siiunht w.. uld be very fj
than
be no war", he
people tava been foolish."
pem* to in- ma thai .1 aaUbafgto
tOWardl global
would be based cm ...
uwiuroptions llrst thai :
a m UMtanUj, second thai they
would certainly win glo
Elsenhower, qu.iluicd :..
atatanant thai than wai iuu
danger that MtaUlta ..
grow.
Satellite Wars
The United Stales must bo
highly alerl and highly mobll-
pwd against the poaaibUli
elide wars or warn "pi
variety" and to see that other
teuntrlai around could detenu
ihemae.ves until the U.S. could
move its own tecae.
Although Bfsanhow -1
could not answer |*>liiuk,] Queo-
lions at today's conferemv be did
defend himself agaiivt the cnargc
made by Senator Robert Taft,
for nomination as He-
publican parly's presidential
candidate.
Taft had said on Sunday that
the decrease in Am.
power began a
inny Chief of B
the last war. Jlseahnwai hi
had dono ewryttlini i>ossible to
take the control of air fOrCM
away from the armywhich wa,"
doneand that he favoured an
increase in a number of an wtaga.
But Congress he said had cut
funds requested Tor U*
inent of air power in the United
States.
Crack in Inm Curtain
Eisenhower said: I have fought
(or mnr,* uir force llun tivci v..i
Santed by Congress," Asked U
A.T.O. urmir.s should
to move upon any sign of a crack
in the iron curtain, Eisenhower
aaM lie beUavea it imposslbh
free countries to main'
strike on a moment's
notice. He M|d he wai not one Of
those who hava Inah ted on reach-
ing a specific military goal this
nesl yi-ar i) it rath* In
keeping headed for the goal.
in connection with the Euro-
pean dafance he lid 'progress is
there." Referring briefly to air
and ground forcon he thought
than kouM be a reason
balance. Eisenhower
mud recognise that tb
States cannot live exclusively
alone.
Jn regard to the placi
and Yugoslavia in the Western
European Defenre i>,
IMrved the United State*
"would go to war only in defence
.f .. fir.
of the Individ i I '
No nation can win global war
Instantly. And in ordei *
ilobal tear with extended com-
bat he said an aggressive nation
wnuid h.ive to h.,v.- stockpile
of everything needed for UCh a
Combat. Therefore he said the
"chances of deliberately planned
global war wont pay. Addeda foi
thai 1 on tho lii to i Btal
must help a'lied countries to take
care of thenWllvea Als we must
keep ourselves highly alert and
highly mobilized.'1 Asked il he
thought military ewpenditurai
could or hr>!ild he reduced. h
said Ihere was no doubt
there
mon<
______^ p
L'.K. AjCcepU
Reasons For
Australia's Gut*
S. African
High Court
Hill Passed
CAPETOWN. June 3
The High Court of parliament
'ill. which give* Parliament final
UthOrtt? over constitutional legis-
lation became law tu-day when it
DOd by Governor OOBOral
F C H.mscn on behalf of the
Queen.
In the bill Prime HnMai
M-1I.U1 aimed to strip the
Appeal court of iu power to In-
laflilatlan.
The High Court will comprise
of Ihc Senate and Na-
tional Assembly. After considering!
from a judicial com- J
mittee or lO senators and Assem-'
dly members they can vary or set
) judgement of the A|>-
I ..; dealing with an Act
of Parliament
Pinay Wins ,
Vote Of
Confidence
PARIS, June |
Antoma Pit.
VOt,. of
t
t tho
1 mania i sink,. tnteal
Unofficial vote n Plnay*i com-
1
versial Socialist back*.
scule wage I I to Ma
The Ft -i! warned
that ]t will
nj Qovi Kvr who

It down
rtrlke to protest the jailing of Red
Dueloe,
D I udMN
iiflAWAYO. Southern Rhodesia.
Trade Union is is
Arrive Here
Mr C I' AlrxancU-i. Pri-sident of the Stamen and
W.it.rfri.nl Work*!*' Union i)f Trmulail. kl MM of Ihc first
I rtvi En 'Ik- c nli i,i'i-i'of thi- InU-rnatiimal
Confederation oIFncnad* Union* (ICFTU) ottha InMr-1mub umXi m.,d.- "aonu pro-
American R. 1 Oi panliatlon pened tins morning u ten o'clock by Hia Excellency the
Governor, Sii Alfred Savage, K.C.M.G., in lb 1..
Progress
On Berlin
Blockade
BrlU .
r.KKUN. Juno 3.
,nd Soviet iftieials I
MB r L WALCOTT MC.P. Ornaral g.-crftsry of the Ba.badoi
Workers Uuwn (lift), greru Mr. C P Alexander PwdfcrSTX
f"".*.'' *nd.KW*n^r^.n, Wlkm' ?m0n T"K'l,i! *** '" " 0V
Trait Union/ Cnf<"n" o1 n*Ul Confoderslwn of Ftm
Mahui Inlrodu rd the bill after
tha OOUrta invalidated a Law 1o
remove coloured voter* from the
copunon resistor, peri of his racial
segreajatton policy.
n
Disturbances
SlartIn
Beclmuiialand
1
moves to Communist
threatened Hrd
counter offenslvo. Bruno cancelled
all leave for Paris police.
Cornmui
sraUon of I-abour ordered its
mtiers to stage sit down striken
P I in I Mi-enalh demnn^tra- anl injured
tion nfiain.il the arrest of Duck*,
vho is held 00
lv of tho
l.-.le.WJ.
"Joseph Conrad" Calls
Here En-Route to U.S.A.
f tTPE-I,8"fo01 y*ch.1 Joseph Conrad which Carlisle Bay on Saturday about 10 pin is perhaps one of
the most modern yachts to vMI th< island This white
painted yacht ii under Ihe con..ii.itMi Capl Harold Man-
mm- who is taking it up to Hie UnHed States lu ownci u
Mr. Huntinjjtmi Hartford, a Hollywood producei
The yacht which ii manned by a crew
pitted to be one of the most modern .f yachla in II i
and was completed in l!M8 at Bav City. Michigan t>\ tin
Defoe Shipping Buildings.
The yacht which li run on -
twin screw Diesel engines ha*
Ihei
M
June 3.
Southern Rhodesian troop*
Infantry and armouredhave ^omaui*
been mobilised for possible de- [ ments wh
snatch to Bochuanaland where I be vprj useful
disturbances have occurred sod I through" fogs and
mm-
sing speed of 14 knot.* and is
ISO tons netl nnri 1A9 Ions groat.
;The vessel is equipueti win tfl
pilot, radar Insbu-
have been proved to'
'hlle going
ther bad
Editor Of B.WX
^ ear FJ:M>k Diefl
MONTIIEAU June Z
Arthur Innls Pocoek. 62. Editor
DM rol U I Wt St Indies Year
B _ 1 . i-!.:i on Monday.
Born in I l went
Bermuda Bl
la In 1928.
la which police have been killed jwtather and is well air condition
jd. There la s ship to ahoi
colonel J. I. Thomp^n. * Igf"* ^,S"
mag troop, in MaUhcU- ""^ "^j!" n^"""'
land cCTIr.1 Southern Bhodnc |, J^'J"'_.. 1.1"
deMTibed troops as elements of
then Rhodesia armoured
car regiment and the Second
Battalion Royal Rhodesin Regi.
ment.
He said they
notice.
>-ere at six hours
Anary tribesmen at Serowe.
1'amangwato tribal capita) In
.i.dand Dlonod police du-
i tig the week-end, killlna three
and woundiiuj twelve. Police
He v i ,, Thomas headquarters at Salisbury today
Bfclnner Canada. Ltd.. publishers said all was quiet in Serowe.
of tha i R V Book. STORE IkllOKI \
lendous deep freeze which j
csn carry all the provisions and
dnnks that will be needed for
cruise.
i Th iiavltfHtor of lh* vaeh\
William Uirssen and yesterday
he told an Advocate reporter that
Harbado* is a wonderful place
and he liked to hear the Mel
bands. He said that he was limit-
ed on Monday night when one of
the steel bands came on the
Wh.cl and began to pla).
On Kivien. Inme
The yacht is now bahl| to-
fuelled. Before the Joseph Con-
rad called nt Barbados she wen:
to the French Riviera anil from
there to Casablanca, the Canary
Islands, Dakar and Cape Vincent
Prom Barbados she will call
Q0Hai Rules
Againsl IVaoKUl
.\SIIIN(,|0\ IM
June I.
The l.S. Suprcnir (uur|
toda rti.k rl..twi rVSMaBl
Iiiiim i nduslrt Jutlio 11.,,.,
Btafk ilMlvered .. historic
Utt.inilii.Mis (In isi.m whkk
ta almost ecrtaln i tsui ii
" i n .inotlir. .lul.U vlrlkr by
anajHiu im.o. >ia#i-
jt MM *w
the
W. ll.'ll 'I
I to Miami,
he becond Joseph Cou-
nt Joseph Conrad
rullnt nifsns
rvlll luve lu
.'(.-Inn of Hi.
I Mill he i,,,
Besjrts
QereftuasM
kUrreiidir uivi
mill- .ii.l in.i
able in gram
boottl Truman had pr.miia-
ed Ihc union In ucliini II
to call off Ihe Uir.. ,i.t,
alrlke atttl ld-1 iiidmiIi
Jupun Needs
Nol Pa>

rOKYO, June. 3.
Japanese Baralgn ninlstoi
dav ihol
|
This "vessel was after loaned |a "'' MWnont
then;nilc.i Slates (ur t-'--
ng vessel which went1 (
w..rld ai..l -..- '
daa
book railed "The
Cruisimt of the Joseph Conrad."
iftri the war it was placed
museum for exhibition. Tha
Joseph Conrad II hSJ dOM .>!>>'
15.000 miles already.
Surrey Retain
Cricket Lead
Wicket* w
amc qulokl)
W. A, ORIFFITH'S Dry Good- Btore at Swan Stwt was broken and'
entered between lit 30 p.m. on Monday and 00 a.m. yesterday. Qua
bolt of tropic! cloth, a sports shirt value 16.67 and eleven gents' UM
at $1 08 each were stolen from tlic show window.
The man lu the picture points to the corner or the show window
which was knocked ont by the thirl and which has now been boarded
up. He apparently reached into the window and took the articles.
LONDON. June 2.
British ministers and indu tl
n 11 ilia'i
i
evi re import i Id fc
have hurl Britain's eeononu
eves learned authoritatively on
Saturday. I Mr
iian Prime Mini
Utrbinson Sueeeedb
Sinilhivrs As
Cliuiriran

LONDON.
Roland RobUMOn HJ
ii"
:
uartona with tti
Go\'omment and Industry repre-
[ ....
told them in i
\ *
. : .
'railing accounts repre-
sent UW domini'in maximum
Menzicfi discussed tin i

hardships
oi r.r i :i industry
which mifht be adiusted. lnform-
said some hend-
CJr*.
i-kp-joi south has bean assets i
chairman of the Conservative
- Conunlttee in
Bnstthsn
MJP. who has been appointed a
: a in of !!
'nsolidated Rold-
lirMv
9 I XKTlNr. ON HOND \^
the cxeitlns .itlvcnlurc -tin
SLOW BOAT TO MM<
-III l '
by MirJucl h ,
B-Mik your capy of ihe
I \ I MM. \IIVOl\li
M1H
J'ca's Olympic
Team Chosen
Fiitn Our Own CnrreaponStBtf
KINGSTON Jamaica. June 3
The personnel of the Jamaica
ii Field team at Ihe Hel-
sinki Olympic was released yes-
terday by the Jamaica Olympic
Association. They are Arthur
ipteln, Herb MacKenley.
George Rhoden. Frankie Lakag.

I i
an Amerl-
can in Japan" he told pn
mnfercnoa.
-iisi pre
I |p
Pdnod her bto^pendenea it m
a barran .
ilntlons between Ihe UnHed
lions command on behalf nf lb
i I 'i Commonwoahl
iand .i
- .i-*dnii ;
LONDON. Jun. :i I'm!. I | ,
rorea lasi
In tOdurl fir.'l Cl.i Apul !'f Comiunev.fillh !">
captains souant to j have no legal riant
''':' "'
i

* suir'.-i. bi rUna NotUniham- ]Mm-
shire at Trent Bridge by 2Hi runs Oka/..ki paid to-dey Japan did
letain their lead in the ehampiM ,,* thlnh .. lntcr-ai.ee
ship race with M_iwnts. tSeronc., A(lllM ,, nm... ,
four points behind are Middli-ex .._,__ i,nlted Nnilm..
who after being skittled oul "'' *'
75 in their second innings at l/.,(h ";> !' ,' 1 '" UW1 -i
sehleved a noteworthy victory Okat-ki said
over Sussex by 70 runs. Sussex '""" ? nrt ^rt *
were all out for 110 after being set I ** would send .. mtsil IK in two nnd a half hours Britain, r o and the Uniii-I
At Cardiff, where there had BYBrfjaa i tettlei
been no play after lunch on Sat- of Jap There
urday and interruptions again on some talks going o;
Monday, Glamorgan set the lour-imany'' bi
j., .
Council Chaintx'is
1 '..., iiiiv-M on Moti-

Ml L J Mursno,
I Uva Kxea uiUwa oi ttal
Pi :n ih.i
idenl of the West Indian
Tobieeo Workers' Trade iTtiSaej
w i 1- '' -:' s,, retsu ,.i
\-
i Mi l> Sina;. Vicv-
md Pi istee, iesi>r<-tivo-
w So nueii and Waterfront
workers' Union Tnsnj an .. n
' UTK M nili. ll.ilel
Hi G ii Adan pi
'- efcefSr I'm.in will
Ihe peveanor who win
fSI
i ill be r illowed i\ . reply
! netseoAaMlrre, Rrnrrat
I I '(.IT.
Heel ; " '"' i^ the,, to mift
. klaMSJy tent ry
/lei fo. DevolotKnent
.1 Welfare to .onsUler ll.s six-
pourl awids which Include*):
m ol the Coorerence
Board Approv I <>r tin- ... in -
rVpnolntmant of
n ilullona
Hepoii of tb-
ind O-fi ii, Appoini-
Ol tli.- Work (-nnimissiuiis
ilntment <>t the Kx Uve CommlUee,
M- aander whooa unloa
li.OOO member* bald tha
Advocate v. . :,i ,, i li.it lh
nea I of their apeeenant relntaVt
\\ 1 T -
Sfould explrt* in
is far Aa
that was concerned would begin
s he retiirneil In Trnn-
aress" in th. ,.,, m
Ilrituh Army's btM.-k.idc today of
Boviat o and
'wxUer S>vict
Two Members
Walk Oul On
House
thai proposal* were al-
<...-.. ubmltted through tha nihlp-
\ i ilion nf Trinidad mid
tho oordlai relation-
niHintnineil hc-
Iween enttpboyers .hi.i thaanasslvea
the lifa "i the iiKrcr-
m< t. he doubted Mi it there
read. dlHcuttlc
MTtvtna m1 an uiuWmUmlliAH f.*
uaUon
The Barhndm delegnt.
inference are Mr. a. ii.
fuhuns, Mr y I. Wileott. Mr.
tr T Wiltlnn Mr B 0 lj m n i
IU0> Mr.'guard
M N. fni.hh.w of the British
1 iboui ''i.....i Mi S
ii.I Mr R. Tell.. I
Rrill h < lulati M' E Bll >'
. M:-., V -. ''
ind Mi M. J i b
f si Luela
''I. iiiiiiniciu baai night
tha t\<.. nu-mW-rs for si John in
'' Houae ol A larabh walked
oul bsavinsj th.- House wuh.nit
'iiua-um iluniu! the debate on a
Itesollilioii |o .lulhon-.e the e\-
pendlture of HBJrT6 from a
polonial Devetopnient and Wei-
re BchBgni t.i ini-el t(u- .,.sl ,f
ind ' ina at the
i. -. aatnesi BuiUoni
Mi-- Mon.n.r the S(-.,kT ,n-
i the House prompt
mubiiKht for luck of a quoruui.
'!' i tin Dell to summon
' ad rw-cri run,
rnr (lee
Artri- i brief esvlanaflon bj
Mr. f I, Walaotl on the ,.un......
of the Resolution. ,n..i polntJns:
out hum the sums would t-.- dnmu
'' n Nm C-D. a w. 8u I
Pund. Mi Allder, hdlowed by hia
4umbjuo Mi v n v.uiRb .
Inked th,. plirv pursiir<| b\ the
n.p-H-tmcnt of Agriculture ;it
Ihe Live Btoeh Statlona. and
iluiraed that the ptatlon* \-
not playing their rol- I
Iliev nughl.
Mi Aiuier preated the n
nf the Executive who
ihe Resolution for more lot
lUm re.;.,i,|inl; |tl. , ,|.r .-,, ,,,,..
to - spent under various heads
i These Stations, .ind said thai
the lime was Inopportune for
Oovernntsand to attempt to push
ihrough lh^ Rfholutlon. in view
jif Ihe lute hour, and the
fieaa of tho tuunlter pre
Mr V B. Vaughan waa trench-
ant In his criticism, nnd aai.l thai
the Sl;itions should 1. us. d to
SB On rae 7
So\
in-lave


low inn
i F C Coteman |
bergo lh-ngui rcprvhcntatlve of
rh<' s' km In
Baa iin
T,,<- sjk place at
Don let of-
ii.i.ii w.-in bo iti itiah He
tee hours after nntish

barbed wire fence with road
Communist
radio station In the British: -
The ,].
though n<> Hi _
i some prngi-css was

being pursued it is not known
whether .mother meeting Wi]l
Take place -I'-F.
Fire killed in
P.O.S. Harbour
2 Prisoners Hurt
KOJE tSLANI>. June 3
One priaonei was wounded
i-'y by Sc-uth Ki in an
'..'.i.ii'ls whom he had Jeered ati.l
toned and nnothi i era i abol In
the leg liiut night while attempt-
Inn to e-iape frum his compound
PORT-OF-aPAIH, I
An aa
tanker (uMdiue b*i Port-
0f-apaln harbour ye-'-
ciainwd the lives of Qve Nor-
wvglan.s. Tho ship which caught
nr '' pkiaton *kip-
paf >i b) i ba tain LoBVth had n
crow of 37. A >
U I .nder DaVld
on. BI. Chief I H Berg.
33 Second Onieer Insjlotv Mode
30. third onleei Turbjohn Musuro,
25. Chief engineer
rii .!,-, ...
<;uiiaine. uu bored three miles
'ut ..n-ived ..'i Sun.l.ij tuorning
from Vawaiuala with cargo of
fl.lM tons of erode oil
l->kinu..... fuel (li| fo,
When III.- explosion OC-
belleved to have h*en in
K aata. TV- i'r.. was CSSW sal-
ed by (he combined efforts i
hnrhour firefighters nnd men from
the united States Naw based st
Cmifuaranu The ridp sarved the
crude oil cargo bstact
..ti,, .-,

r Mi m* inn,:
Rhee's Action
Shocks Truman
PUSAN KOHUA, June :t.
P i .m. nt Tnunan to-day told!
i'ie-!ii,-iit Syngman Rheo thut he
vas ahocked ;i political dcvci-
juiii-nb. in Itic SoutL Konau
(.iililir.
Reliable Ooiernliieul source*
reported i:s. aa*nbai .
i mid th.it tin- note bud Ihtii
l Rbea, hut refused to
ittenl
K in cos quoted Ti ubisui
i writing that unless Imme-iiah-
t.i lie- taken to ease the poll-
K ran will face a
i ive ittiation.
Ilhee I,.. -i..i .:. uliul
law around tha provisional capi-
tal .mil in., de I.- N..tn>iwil
\ aerably
have al-
.-" j.nle-1 by llhees
n iiit-miKT,
re in hiding, The Assembly there-
i. I .-.i... i r lawk of
*i quorum
A North Koreai
killed Leal Iluuada
d< tital d, , luiii;. ,i
I Jl | ! I i ,11.'.
in Compound Ml wi..-i. .i
tiffy foot metal fagpoie was
kno.hed down and i.irried out
dnj, liii'iiiirrs defiantly
leetiHl new wooden i..,l.- | >n
1 '".....and.mi Boetner he4d fa I to
i policy Of Mi-king pcucp wlth-
t bloodshed, lie granted uudi
co today to three S|M.ke,men
m i ompound IT.
VV fbjiraii \rrtslctl \s
I s. Spj In Berttm
HKKI.IN. June 3.
' he Eaai Qerman ommunist
"agant
Service
Counter fnlelllgeni e Corps- h.e:
bean un-eated In the Soviet occu-
pation /one near laafglalberg;
the woman had
capsules with hei whuh
he planned to place in food of
Be '... i. luaada. They
onfa "i she
planned to I ; m.i-
plam V r
'They're everything
I look for"
sis 118 lo make in Jus! under two
hours. The batsmen went for
rum but wickets fell cheaply until
in the closing minute*, tin- 10
put up the shutters with eight
wickets down for 85 as Ihc 0u>
rnorgan fieldsmen rrowded round
!the bal.
DatpiU three 'leclaratlons. two

U.C.W.I. Starts
\rw liiifHtrlinont

I pi of the
Wi [ndsee opens a new depart-
the Education Depaitment which1
Byron Uboach. Uunceloti0r them oy Yorkshire, no definite
Thompson and Kathleen Husscb. result was obtained in the "Battle
Wint, co-holder of the World!of Roses" at i-eeda Lancashire
Olympic Record with McKcnIey.|d(rlureri at then bvernight score
hohW of the world's 440 record. | of 20 for 9. and Yorkshire scored
.he former holder of ihe 440' qiucklv before Vardley declsreii nt
llasfe Rhoden, ihe holder) "J ,ot . ,. _
of the world's 400 metre record I Uncaihire were left 233 la |tu>
and Lalng will be Jsmslca's leam un(W' three hours
for the 1.800 metres relay with
Labeach. brother of the famous
Lloyd Labeach who
Panama as a Reserve quarter
i.oinpson is a high jumpei
and ln* jumper while Kathleen
the most versatile wo-

Edu<
track athlete of Jamaica
.ire won
-, ' i did not
"' droi. Thomson b*l favour of Hya-
1 and will rinth Walter* who turned in the
September to third highest world speed in the
UM department. BtudenU women's 100 metre* in the Jamal-
v. ill be admitted next year. iast week-end.
I kin. Lomax
and Edrich srore-l t rei "
aasrina in as many nutudi '
then 1'iiaii Close caused .
down by taking
and Lancashire eventually win
I desperately *
W;. bbrook having to bat despite
A wsrning to Ihe Italians: Look
Surrey

tingham whore
.' out for 52. Bedsar
c'aimed 6 for 23.
Scoreboard: Dwbysl:
Wsrwtckshire by an innings and
OnPse 7

-IP.
HOUSE, SENATE
COMMITTEES AGREE
ON FOREIGN AID BILL
WASHIM
The II

I light on
Foreign Aid Hill providing
,
ic :iUd '
rid f"i Ins ' Bsl
IT)
RESOLUTION PASSED
ON SEA WELL
PLANTATION
THE H a ol u :

Resoluti.il! to .-.-

: ,
rising ihi
nd paus-
ed the leaj
School Leavers
Wiil Sit Exam.
l'HT-OF-SI'AIN. May 30.
ir. child-
.'. pchool will sit a new
ed the I'litn.in
. BOO] replace the College
Exhibition ind the Primary
-. bool \* ring c rttfli ,>. ,-
A del i- inn that the
button should bo used
tM both piunownt was taken this
week by the Educiiliun Board.
I ... examln-
.'"ii .-.ill be In two groups- Not < I 12 yenis of age or. Julv
ear Of examination; and
(bl Not under 12 years of age or
. in of age on July 14 in
i ihe < x.imiruitlon. Eng-
, n i" b) Ihi fa v uh|i-. i of the
*1 and basic subjexrta for
,1. candidates will be Kngh.h
language. F.nglish eompo ii
"But 1.1..ni find, except
Ju M.,KT. I .UprM. ,OU
mean. Hut ITsbbI eiaetly da
4 for in a cigaretle?**
" Flavourwhith em
mily tome from lobtua.
I hat ii rather special.
I hen, of course, perfect
snioothnes which memns
a comfortable throat.
(..oh,,., loo? Well, Hi n -
ii lo fcy ihe du Maurier tiller
lip. And no bits of I....-.; |obae>
as the nsauthIdler tip again."
%
NF.W APPOINTMENT
UJA, JuBa 3.

' 'vi-icr to the
stoctetd f..r
ppoinUnent as Financial s
i1 iiigh:

i ill h.- |aanr-|
11 Ihe
., ,
a hia new I
ibvr.
'* Yesall that. I>[\ou know, this
du Maurier filter tip is just about
the finest idea for improving a
smoke that I'vt ever come across."
Smoke fo your throat's content
du MAURIER
THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE
SOLS DISTRIBUTOR. WILKINSON A HAYNBS CO,
$1.04 lor SO
MS0I IN CNOLAMD


I'M.I Ul.l
BARBADOS \ii\ci< mi
sDAY. UNI
Ccudh QaSlinq
Sto m.krt ABMDDXU
not n. ill.- Windward
:.Transit from
n nH on Monday by lh<
9 Lady Kodaey on hU wa:
back to hit headquarters m
Grenada. He was acrnmpanteet
b> Lady Arrundell
For Stag ar Talks
Slit JOHN SAINT
island on Monda\
by B.W.LA.'s chartered ftfcjl
Jamaica to attend the general
meeting of the Congrrsx Organis-
ing Committee of Ihe Interna-
tional Society of Sugar Can.
Technologists < Chairman.
Al.-o leaving bv the same ltigl>'
was Mr. B. G. F. MandrvinV
Secretary of the Barbados Sugai
Producers' Aaaoouttkn who ha*
gone to attend as an adviser, a
inflating of Ihc Board of Director
of the British West Indian Bug*
Association which opened yestor. on Monday mornin
day and is expected to finish to- HJiS. l-asly ****'
Mr. E. S Robi.____
doa delegate attending the meet- ""I ri.auBhter. Muira,. who
Off to U.K.
LEAVING by the ColomWe
Sunday wai Mrs. Ian Gale
Bd her little son Adrian. Mrs.
Gait will be away for just over
three months. She Is going nrsl to
England uhert* she will slay with
her mother and ther will go on to
Mentone. in the South of France,
net itoot-an ntr HVf
M|SS
< In lighter
F
M
MARGARET GILL,
Of Mi
Gill, of "Began Lodge."
g the passengers for tho
United Kingdom sailing on Bm
r>b She has gone on ., visit to her
oruthcr .md his family who ard
at present residing in England, but
ho are expected to be returning
:o Barbados .tome lime in October
With C.D.C. OH to U.S.A.
J P lAUAOIIAN was r\H LIONEL MAYHKV.
arrival from Dommica *-' ' pusaenger on thr Il.ii
morning by .the American Airways on Monday IlVAKY. Speaker of the Leg-
bout morning last leaving for the .islnlive Council of Tt.i..
Tennis Te-am Returns
T
I
i at th
ned from
Monday by B W.I A.
i look |iart in U
gsttirty,
Solicitor General
" .-rl .ina
JOHN SAINT
HON. mm. SAVARV
Mr. SpeakerTrinidad
HONBLE WILLIAM 3A-
v-
lo-
hii
Mary It
. left for Trinidad
b> the Eldei
(.otflta .in |
Engaged
DOUGLAB GILL, man-
i i irrtation.
St. Philip, .irrived Imni St. Vin-
he spent
DM week-end. During
hU engagement was announced is
Mlsa Clemmie Medforri of St.
!| I...... nt family
1->in In wishing them the liet of
luck in the future!
Continuing Tour
tw weeks' holiday and * V B A m\\~\,\ '
the Barbd- ">g "t CstraUnk llolel His wife There was^ n large gathering; of itjnajsn by th. s B CvlMnatr .., v'
ing, is already
left here t<
paaaad I I
in Jamaica havin
HgO
members of Ml religion at the air Sunday
mil tn !-.... i^-. .... >.
port to s-iy 'ban voyage.1
ute to the
Rotsjni on
Kingdom on holiday.
They will remain
'
. 1he United Kingdom, arrived
Sunday by the S.S. OalftU. , .... .
While in rtomimc... m. Cailag- Wendy Elizabeth untll Au4usia
ban icfereed the boxing mate!. \1/ENDY ELIZABETH daugh- I-,..,. ., rT-j, .
b.,,,.,, KM Ralph, light, heavy- W , , Mr ,d Mrs. J. S. B. to,,-'":, .
ArUtened at Chrt.i ., lhl. mMlni , . cmm,,_
Trinidad on
by the SS. Golflio were
and Mtv Fonakt Murphy
' Knftland
Mi Murphy
To Join Her Husband
AHRlVrNG from En.lond ..v. w''h'. i"mp">n ol fcrhwlu-
Sundav hv ihi- SS Ciiai.. *nr* R, ^ Grams, \ljbl huv>
wss Mr. K n Hadrllffr nf lor- wek*l" rhampion at Marlinlauc. stternooii. Godparents preaent al 7{~,
dm Sh'e ha. 'nofVomr '.. i i, '" i"d "'"" ""I ""''"' """ ""' "' i..und ol Iho .-hodulrd Ml D.,s brolho. who came up "
uumls from Trinidad After the ehrls- "
Mi. Callaghan is rnirylnK ul leninn the Dears #3ivr a small
... .... ..,*'. '"MH h" Is Manaftinn
fc (arlblvan in tho intorM of hi.
nnn.
Donr,
Church parish church on Saturday weniu. Parliamenury Aisoti;.- plu M staving
afternoon. Godparents present at ,|m, whlrh Mu ,'.,,.,.r Vf(, H.trl "
While here Mr and Mn
. mu
Ocean
a hydro electric project for C.D.C
in Roseau. DpMDbM
Spent Three Months
A FTKH sp*-ii ling thin- month.
Rosalie Estate. r>minic
came over lait week to mee( he?
Mr. and lira. KadclirTe
guests of Mr. and Mr K r
si-iil.' ol Kit gal*) tnd V' i
Hell-Mil-
Methodist Miniater
REV \HD ICRI I m. 11il.-
LIKi; and their two children
Kenneth and Brenda arrived here
on Sunday by Ihe GeMIe intran-
sit for St KitU
Rev. Hilhcr who is ;. Methodlftl
^\!.!!VaTV?K*L^iS?; So nd Heir
tS^^^S^t^SSrHSi RKV iOi Mr, St. Cl
.re his family and be win h. *^
C
tabelle.
party-at their home, "Dranbee",
Max oil
vhlch begins on Septerr
n t'. TMnMad lov ard I ,
IV2
Intrantit '^arlbbeaal i W////,V/,'.'>t.'-V.-/. *-'- *- ' *-
Manager International
WILSON, General
iinager of International
A Daughter
CONGRATULATIONS to Mr.
nd Mrs C E -'Sonny" St.
iniranu -.....- n.atibtN.ni,. Ltd and Mr.
MRS. ROBERT WALLACE. f^Z*8! "*" ,hr cnmpanj
Druggist or Baralana, Trin- L^T"ffS1"*"1 JrU"1' *' to their
England. Mis. E I. Incc _
of Nova Lisboa. Maxwell return- jhn on the birth ol
ed to Barbados on Sunday by Ihi
SS GolBto. SL" is the duughtei
of Mr. Laalie Clarke formerly u
Canefleld. St. Thomas
Ids hi
the l^dy Radney Ikmh DornbUCS
d.uighter where Pi- pafU .i holid
luadqunrters in Trinidad on Sun-
'! b) the SS ttotfto. Thev hid
spent about four days here n. con-
with airline .ommtinica-
Tudor 1VI itr here hia family and be will be ax * Pood parenU of a son arrived here on Monday from St
" Rev. and Mrs. K E. Sd heir The hagnty avenl looat BCMa* *.. "if- l-ady Rodney (Ol
: Epworth Mouse." ron- place on Sunday and moh*r and about two weeks' holtdi
'"> nectl-.
which took place %^sterdBy. ThU hot husbiind'- ralatlvge, .nui tiona.
i<- their second babv girl. Mrs. St. Mm. Reginald Armour ol if. gu, They were tnvini/ it th
John in the former Sheila Corbln Mrs. Wallace who returned the more Hotel.
_ --ame night to Trinidad spent
Retired Magistrate three weeks' holiday here in
a^R. S E. MOIR. retired _Mag- April stnying as a guest of Hol-
F.n-
Guejf House. Tt>-
For U.S. Holiday
Ch.nlie" TAYLOR,
babe are doing fine.
\
Five Fingers^
staying at Stnfford House
t(HWIEWED fi) fi.tt.)
Sun-
On Long Leave
i | having i(,i England on
**ay >..*.! b> tht ss c-
leasaie on long leave was Mr,
G. E. Thomas of Barclays Bank
.stationed In Antigua. He was
..eeomjNinied by hi* wift ,n.|
d.iiightei
While in Barbados, they were
-layinu al tti. St. 1
i Hotel.
Ambaasador n fart moving i
OiH'iilni; at the Globe Theatre invasion. Ha
on Thursday. FIVE FINGERS li ten as n
ihe melodramatic story of a fabu- would 1^ <
low World War II apy, whose It. After all.
exploits are incredible, nlbslt celve of a
genuine. It is one of the few pic- being unabl. o Hop a leak of and adult dialogue. Su.pense
tures that contains enough in- Tup Scorei InfnrmatldD to the built up to n skilful Umax and
terest, romance, intrigue and enemy and having no suspicion^ a thrlllli\g chase, topped off with
thrills to have a universal appeal of his Albanian valet who had a aortas of Ironic double -crosses
The story is based on the previously been in the service of that culminate in an unexpected. Frederick Foio.
(actual events recounted by L. S a European CoQol i-nd Countess but "poetic Justice" finale. Char- j ji Michael.
Moy/nti, an undersecretary in the whose loyalties were as eluinge- advruatlons are all smooth, with! The nuptial knol .v.i. tied i<\
German Embassy in Ankara du- able as the weathei. Equally* James Majon as tho suave, urbane aflev. O. c. Haynes. Vicar of st-
ring the last war. in his book fantastic in the fact that the Ger- valet, Walter Hampden its the -
"Operation Cicero" aod describes man High Command believed the British Ambassador. John Wengmf
Ihe espionage activities of the man to be a British Agent, and us Von Papen and Danielle Dor-
trusted valet of the British Am- because of this, refused to act rieux as the mercenary Countess
bassador in Turkey, who sold top on the information received. In- giving highly polished perform-
Secrcts to the Nazis for vast sums credible as it may be, the truth anew,
of money. Amongst the photo- of the story iti vouched lor and
static copies of documents U) one trembles to think how tho Directed by Joseph L
reach \h anamy wa aaarai in- uoura* ot hbrtury ndaht have beat. MnnMawlca, top m* in bis pro-
formation on the conferences at altered had the Germans acted on frlon. FIVE FTNGEHS is excit-
Moscow, Cairo ..nd Teheran and the information ing adventure and nrst-claas
even the Allied plans lot D-day This picture was aimed in tcrfcilament.
he story been writ- Turkey, and the teeming cities
i 1 doubt If there embassy social life give excellent M.'.-J G l-U-i
been much sale for background and atmosphere fo: marrieo at Dt. Jofin i
t I- fantastic to con- the Intrigue that goes on. while! A quiet wadding took ,
ipt has amudng|^ St. John's Pariah Church yes-
terday morning when Mi Hum
ptney Walcolt. I'rob.it.
took as Ins bride IliSJ Emu
Down**, niece of Mi aid Km.
Barnabas. The bride was given in
marriage by Mr. Frederick Nich-
olas while the duties of best man
were, performed by the bride-
groom's brother. Mr. cUn Wal-
wome-x ix thk \i:ws9
Mi>. Ethel Dove, daughter of
the late Kitt and Gertrude Scaly
.if Prereton St Philip, Is the
i Met Matron and Schoolmistress
of the liil** Section of the Gov-
ernment Industrial School
Sonimervulc. She Is n strlkinit
porsonnllty whose kindly Influ-
ence i bound to have a good
effect on the girl* who pass
through that uudttution.
Mrs. Dove, with her high
sense of duty and untiring Inter-
est In the progri'ss of KdutuUon.
was. the appropriate choice. In
IS17 she was appointed head-
mistress of the EbeiKvei Girl-'
School Two years later she was
recommended for the headship of
the Government GUIs' School,
Accra, Gold Coast. From there
she has returned to Barbados Id
sen*! tn a similai capacity.
Her appointment to Accra was
a welcome opportunity for Mrs.
Dove to work and help in the
progress of her own race. The
people of West Africa were
grateful and to-day she is the
proud possessor of (wo illumin-
ated addresses presented her by
teachers In Kuma*l on being
transferred to Klbl and by the
people of Klbl on the eve of her
retirement in 194&
Married
In ll2fl Mrs. Dove resigned In
order to bv married and in \9M
ivappohited and taught
in schools at Accra. Kumosi. and .
Kibl. During the war years
(193945) her special effort was
organising evening classes in
Domestic Science for girl* and
women. They were taught var-
ious recipes for the use of local
product* especially invsavn and
Indian Com.
Kecipes
At that time the Gold Coast
Government prohibited the ex-
portation of starch, because no
use was being made of the flour
after the starch was extracted.
Only sweet cassava is grown
there and it is the staple food of
m. tribes. and how to obtain a balanced
Mrs. Dove wrote to the Editor diet. There were also lectures
or the "Morning Host" telling on Child Welfare now to give
loin of the various recipes for Imby Us first bath, how to dress
the use of cassava (lour. They the umbilical cord and the nee-
were published weekly with the esslty for regularity in feeding,
result that not only did the peo- Iwthing and sleeping,
pie of Klbl benefit but the same
Pilgrimage
In IfiM on behair of King
Prempeh and the Ashantls, Mrs.
Dove came to Bs^tadoe and laid
a wreath on the grave of the
late Mr Harry Scott Newlands
who was Chief Commissioner of
Ashantl before he was appointed
Governor of Barbados
Retired
After her retirement ulie spent
eight month* in England waiting
for si pasaage home. During her
stay there she worked at an or-
phanage as Asaistunt Foster
Mother and enjoyed her work
among the boys On the 6th
September. 1946 she arrived in
Barbados and was appointed
A*sistant to the Chief Matron at
Ihe Girls' Industrial School in
Apnl 1947.
Mrs. Dove gladly accepted ohe
post because of her love fot
ebildraa After the death of the
late Miss E. Clarke she wa* ap-
pointed Chief Matron and School-
mlstreas. She enjoys every
moment spent In furthering the
progross of the children and
assists them in cultivating plant.-
which she brought back from
Africa. It is her chief aim to
make the atmosphere it the
School a home rather than
Institution and she contributes
everything possible to attain
Mid end.
Hobbies
She Is a widow with o
ifUUI a son, who served a*
paratrooper in World War II He
ta itow working In the Civil
Service in England. She also
has two grandsons and her
hobbles are garden mg. fancy
work and reading.
MRS. I I HU DOVE
e ii-i Acre also used by Europ-
ean Missionary ladles in other
districts.
The recipes tough' were Cas-
sava bread, pone, cake, dump-
lings, fritters, gmtcd .teamed
cassava, cassava cou-cou and
cassava scone*. Vnriouc raslnea
were made from Indian Corn
such as corn cake, -nrn fritters.
stew dumpling oi Sonata gta
Marmalade, icily and candled
peel were made from shaddocks
and grapefruit whu >< .aval
enten. but were used for vlean-
ing brass pans. In addition
to recipes lectures were given on
tho food value of local products
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day by the SS Golflio for about
ten days' holiday. He was ac-
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.LIVE TODAY LONG AFTER
THE NATIONS Of THE
WORLD HAD SWORN
. TO KILL HIM1


WEON'l SOAY, JUNE i, IMJ
II WtBAIKrS AIIVCM VTfc
I'XCI Tllltl.l.
Heroic Pilo t Decorated
Rescued Crash Victims B. G. Cocoa, Cotton
Beside Blazing Grass Tesi8 Progressing
(From Our Own Correspondent) C7 C7
MussonsLeave ysEDTO
For England jread
I nun Our Own Correspondent I
GEORGETOWN. May 24.
Colonel A. J ("Art") Williams. Managing Dirix-loi
of B.G. Airways Ltd., was on Friday morning decorated
with the U.S. Army Air Medal at an impressive ceremony
at Atkiason Field. Upper Demerar River, by General How-
ard A Cralg, Inspector-General o( the US Air Forces.
The Citation which was read bv Capt J. P McCleary-
Aide to General Craig stated:
"By direction of the President, and pursuant Jo author-
ity delegated to the Commanding General. Antilles Ah
Command, an Air Medal is awarded to Arthur J Williams,
Major. Air Corps. US Army, for meritorious achievement
while participating in aerial flight near Punta AraRuapichc
Venezuela, on April 16, 1942, Involving landma; on and
take-off from the confined and dangerous waters of the
Cai Guara River on the delta of the Orinoco River.
In order to rescue the crew of ----------------------------------------------
an AT-6 aircraft that had crashed
in the jungle swamps of the Cai
Clara River. Major Williams
volunteered his services, and
wui utlcr disregard for his own
safety and despite the fuel that
rescue aua impossible with any
sea or aircraft available io ihe
United Stales Aimed Forces, he
successfully landed his privately
owned In-; .ticl Amphibian on the
S;T ** """ C;" "'a mr,
within clota proximily of the
grounded personnel. This landing
was doubly hazardous in that a
cuing the stranded crew, he- .hen ' l?,C"L^r0A" ?rwd
accomplished i vk.10,1 taktZS 'h* suln AtTi
under these hazardous condition!. S*. Ml
and brought the parly to a United "uSL--. *
wnereaa me policy of raci.il
WffHHlOU .*s enforced by tho
South African Government ubiucs
the tights of human beings;
Ami Whereas it is meet that
the Colony shows its abhorrence
and disapprobation of such
policy:
Me It Roelvrd that this Council
_ -ondcoins the policy of racial
bosom. General Crain ^t^fatlon enforced by the South
both the United States A""'cn Government and place*
Luckhoo
Protests
Malanism
Fn'^Jx" ^y." Cnri>ondri.t
GEORGETOWN. May 26
Hon. Lionel Luckhoo, has given
tic* in the Leifislative Council
be discussed
pass
(From Our Own Cor respondent)
GEORGETOWN M
LpertnMnti bo determine whether British G
soils are aftittable for irrowin*. cocoa and cotton an- progress-
ing favourably. The Department of ARriculture latest
move was to take up a site at Atkinson Field, the forms*
U.S. Air Bus. and with this field the Department are now
expoi im. ntiiij; >n four different types of soil m various
parts of the Colony.
Experiments bepan follow.ni; in\-estlpatioiis earned
oul by Cocoa Development Officer, Mr. R A. Kiichin. who
i" tnst 1.1 months in the Colony makinS MTVtyi Id
find out places that looked suitable for the growtni; of
coco?,!SUCCCS!tful|V from !he commorcial standpoint
He has so far selected four sites where trial plots have
boon established. (1) on the brown sandy sod of the
Wartica-Potara area. (2) the red latente clav mixed with
iron stone concrete concretions at Hosorora North West
i-isTrict <;t the heavy clay toll at Plan. PTOVldenW, Fast
t..ink. rperblce RJvei (4) the alluvial clay-sift ral
Atkinson, I', per Dfmeraia River.
Guiana, which at tne -----------------------______
Uflift impnits a lar^r
"l" ''manufactured
oocoa praducta, m
...m- -i.x) producer o!
cocoa beans, hut -vcmuMlv the
industry sutT. import-
onJ Croon .,. abroad
t eaaassr prteai o/htca ,.,,,..
profitable
Capta.' R. Musaon. an Ene-
Arm> iq World War II left Trini-
dad Sajiia.v in the VMoch Hon
Ctmnb for England with Mrs.
Musson ai- Hriiish Guiana born
wife rfce. left aftei I
.hr*e-M:ith old f\fh' against
deportaUoa ordei madfl by
I
...iges have been paid!
b> th. nidad Government out
S| $4.(t< awarded Use
ourt Judge last Febru- |
irj erh. they won an action!
brought i ihom against an Immi- ,
gration < lor false Inprl* I
sonmaW
CapUii Muaaon h.. b
.!. I he '.Vi-st Indies about live I
Cai Grenada In isn to '
iper. He was de- 1
I
WORK
UNTIl"
UJl.O. Follows
Jamaica Plan
prat i*
cocoo" and
Sugar Association
Offrrs $2kn\ Iakux
local
propoi
Itlon. At Atkinson several
Luckhoo**
motk
poratlon to assist in the financing
xparsion scheme*
hi
States Army Hospital. By
courage, initiative and skill as a
pilot, he has reflected highest
credit on himself and the armed
forces of the United States."
Since the appointment Major
William* has been promoted to
the rank of Colonel.
Pinning the medil
Colonel'*
aid that __.
of America and Britain have a ". record its abhorrence of the
great deal of gratitude to offer to attitude adopted to the various
Colonel Williams for his pioneer >" "> "> pursuit of thl policy
work in British Cuiina. His ex- *'hlch ''"ftv lo affect adverwb
ploits and efforts are well known tfte nilcable relations existing
throughout the US.AT. and nnfst the peoples of this
commercial and businc-w con- Colony and of other mixed com-
eems in the VS.A.. as well as muniues.
In British Guiana and the British .,_* "e It Further Reaolvrd
Commonwealth. that ,hW Council respectfully
General Craig declared th.t It PriV8 His Excellency the Gov-
was a areat ulensure In present crnor to transmit a copy of this
the Air Medal on behalf of the Resolution to the Secretary of
Chief-nf-Staff for this specific act Stat* for the Colonies and to the
of braverv and to iward the united Nations urging that steps
Command Pilot's Wings as a be taken by the United Nations
mark of d!tlnetion and success of P*rsuad the South African
Colonel William*'! lone living Government to desist from such u
. __ _,., disastrous course and to adopt a
Present with Colonel Williams policy towards all races in South
at the ceremony were his wife Africa in keeping with the
and daughter Jane Anne, Their declaration of Human Rights
on Jim who has followed in his
father's footsteps is now nn nrtive ------------------------
service in Korea with the U.S-
Atr Torce. Also present were
British Guiana Government offi-
cials, senior members of the staff
of B.G- Airways Ltd.. newspaper
Editor*. Ihe VS. V-e Consul.
high ranking officers of the G
bean Air Gommond. U.S.
Forte and Tom Persaud ne "" House of Representatives will n
the cids* emplo>ee> of BG Air- to ^^ in j , 8,ud Url,.
ways who was with Colonel WO- iBh parliamentary practices They
Hams at the rescue and who he w| ^ g ^ colonial par-
Colonel said rendered great assist- umMlaruin/ wh0 have been' ln.
*_____________ vlted to make this study visit this
summer by the General Council of
the Commonwealth Parliamentary
Association and the United King-
dom Branch of tho Association.
The Jamaica labour Party has
decided that two members of that
party should accept the invitation
KINGSTON. May 30.
rhc Jamaica Sugar atanufai Ud
era Association has made liv
<- have (M-c-n round which were l0"11, otlTT 'V "S D,*1> ,tabllshcd
'"I being nurtured and oSewisa iSSSSFS*. ErS^M C?'
survived ihandonmfni. Thaw
now form pan at th< Exprrimrn-
'* wl i' "V."'' 12 Tl"' Assoriation has ofiorrd to
.mi t-JJ, iVita'i |,,ll ",,n '' "v'" id he Oorporation W.soo.itoo
MaV x >m '-" SS22?01 pT^V1 from the Sugar I'.ne Stabilisation
hih-> icidiiiK varteoat, an ornnai .,<)
ilso being kept out for jt is provided that the fund may
"A variei- fa. invested in Government secur-
( mne ihr ,c,i anri members of the Board
being ob- controlling the Fund, are of the
hiSfh-yield
les. In reBpeel <.f th
planting mnteri I \
:.^ino,l from St. Vincent and
fiinrlnm since Trlnldnd hnd re-
part*-**! an nttack by some disease
and the Ocpartment had to sake
the normal prevention Dtmtnst the
disen-if sfettinv into British Gut-
nna by way of surh planting
rnaYtrrial t.iken from Trinidad, home of the
rione-t.
The Heprtmenf at the same
time is carrying out cotton trials
.it Pin. Rose- Hall. Canje. Rerblce
An officer of the Cotton Corpor-
atSort In '!> United Kingdom hnd
examined results of trlnls made
nt Ann.-i nesrinn. atetOUlbo Coun-
ty, lost year and thought them
-.>rv ^,ii-i-.'sful and -uegeted
that the trials should In- carried
<>ut this year in Berhfce County
. that the iund would be of
far more use to Jamaica if invest-
r-i locally than in the securities of
"ther British Colonies
K1NOSTON Mu ;t"
amatrn fktcial Wf-lfnrr
.1 b> ',
I'niteti Nations' Organlxatlon ;
an es.trnple i>( taehnfq h
methods In hn
Danlllon of the Conunla-
Bon's Wccfij in tins field comes
i gUon h*OlT the Funda-
mental Education Department of
UJf.BJB.C.o '"i ihe Commbaton
h) be Included in a major survey
to be conducted by that organisa-
l.-ni thi:
A full iiirvea <>t the history, or-
ganisaUoii methods ami ih.iUii.i1n
of fundan-ntal education organi-
sation* throufdaatri thi world will
be made, and the work of the Ja-
maica Social Welfore Commission
will be included in the report be-
cause it demonstrate* in > crete and special eraj the Uned
of adapting methods and tec!i-
nlQUea of fundamental education
from one environment to another
Ha Last l Palaa la hi. A
No stoader etua saao dreaded
Kolag to^rort. for rham*Ua
v.uns In als arms made It tort''
io w *m Yat io day he f<
fitter bao svsr and work la a
y.-;i-.M he !'-! tn his Uttee i
'I had bt>en anffering froni
-heumatism *ery badly and ha*
Huch pains in my .rail I acaroelg
Knew how to uas them Tnea I
was told to try (Crunchen Salt*.
And after using on* bottle 1
ml r-llsf- So.of coorss. I haea
xept on with It, am now thor-
niK-lily better and havs nar felt
... fit for years I uaad lo feel
mserabl- and sluggish, but now
.1 is s pleasure to work instead
of a dread" SB.
The psina and Btiffnese of
fhsurnailsm ar* usually .sussd
t>V deposits of wires* txr\c acid In
the muscles and :>inta Kruschea
stimulates the *idi\ays and gihsr
inn tlnsl organs to regular
hoftHbv ai'tlon BO that all the
xreu uric sold \- wir>"^ted
thiough trie natural rhsunls.
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ere restored
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Two Jamaicans
For Parliament
Air
Hurricane Caused
40% Honey Drop
Xn> Our 0 Cam>uenet'
KINGSTON, May SO.
Jamaica'* honev production in n
iB52 will faii b> 40-. beiow list Jamaica 8 Htitutna
k-^ flan. tuvnrrllns lo latest *
Acreage Rises
eslimates.
As a result the island will ix-
poit no honey this year as the
amount available will not be suffi-
cient for the local market
KINGSTON. May 30.
Jamaica's banana acreage has
increased by nearly 22.000 acres
The shortfall is due to Ihe Aug- since the hurricane of last year.
us; hurricane last year, which de- The Increase represents approx-
stxovcxl hives and apiaries to the imately 23% of the total of about
extent of $250,000 From an ex- 05,200 acres inspected In the
port of 5 000 barrels In 1B51, honey island-wide rehabilitation scheme,
production is not estimated to be which has resulted in greater
more than 2.000 barrels this year banana cultivation than before the
the worst crop in 28 years. hurncane.
Jamaica Hers
Stint Deficit
KINGSTON, May 30
Lost yenr Jamaica lncurre./ *
-lirect dollar deflrit of $8,tt41.0f)ii
-pendlni. *2B.12.000 ln hard cur-
rency areas and earning 119.471.-
OOO most of It from the Tourist
Trade.
Since tho beginning of 1945 to
'he end of 1951. Jamaica accumu- I
l.-itod a dollar deficit of Jft8.153,0(H). !
having spent S221.231.000 In that
period nnd earned $12.1.078,000.
In thnt pebrtod, however. Jamai-
ca must lij given credit for the
dollars earned by Canadian sugar
soles which arc not taken into ac-
count in these figures. In 1948,
1049 and 150, Jamaican sugar
sold to Canada earned n total of
$24,196,000 No figures for 1951
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n\RII VIMIs AI)V(H \ti:
WEDNESDAY JIM I '<"-'
lid Me1 '
BARBADfK^ ADVOCATE 'I'll giive flVC minutes,'
said Churchill
and waited for 55
fcy GE0'"GE VMCOLM TAOHSOH .ssIBbw
Wednesday. taM I. 1MB
I III < VIION
MR. J W H. CHENERY in a speech at
Erdisttm Training College last WOjU. M r,-
ported ti> have made two statements b->th
.f which .ii-terve more tha:
anyone interested in ^ducatic.n.
Confident" Mr. Chenery is report-
-d m have said "that the expert* the
people who have given their lives to the
study of these matters (i.e. education)
have I fair chance of knowing about it".
And later "I feel confident that our edu-
cational authority by keeping Barbados in
touch with the most modern development
and requirements will play their part in
making their contribution to our educa-
tional development".
Mr. Chenery was speaking at a presen- ,
tation reremony at which Lady Seel DXd*
ted certificates to teachers. Any
remarks other than polite and courteous
would nut have been expected on such an ;
occasion nor Would they have issued from,
such courteous lip*-
But anyone reading these two remarks
might be tempted to indulge in an optim- I
ism about local education which is not
warranted by the facts. Indeed the
issue of the newspaper which recorded
Mr. Chenery's confidence in the future oi
education contained a very alarming state-
ment by the Director of Education. Mr.
Reed is reported as saying that there were
approximately 30.000 children in the ele-
mentary schools and there was accommo-
dation for 2.r>.000 at ten square feet per
child
Now the greatest authority on education
in the British Caribbean to-day. the Edu-
cational Adviser to Sir George Seel, has
for some time been warning regional gov-
ernments with an insistence, which reflects
his great insight into our educational de-
ficiencies, of what lay ahead. Tins expert
(whose advice incidentally seems to have
been little sought by the government of
Barbados as yet) writes in Chapter IV of
Sir George Seel's latest report on Devel-
opment and Welfare in the West Indies
"the need for a sense of urgency In finding
ways and means to check the dcterior.it ton
of educational standards and practice" in
the region.
Failure to devise acceptable remedies,
conllnuvH the uxnert "mul inevitably re-
sult in the denial to a proportion of child-
ren reaching school age of opportunities
of developing the various talents with
which they are endowed".
"Such a state of affairs" he notices "can
hardly be reconciled with a policy of link-
ing available to West Indian citizens
every practicable opportunity for them to
control their own destinies as soon as pos-
sible".
There seems to be great contrast be-
tween the solemn words of warning utter-
ed by Sir George Seel's educational ad-
viser and the confident note expressed by
Mr. Chenery at Erdiston.
Mr. Reed the Director of Education
seems to be pursuing the right track when
he pointed out last week that Bai I I
spends, proportionally to Ul revenue.
more on education than any other British
West Indian colony. But the track has to
be followed up to its conclusion and the
warning must be given that until Ii;irb.i-
dos can reduce the very blgh erst per
pupil-place In its schools it cannot provide
education for its increasing numb.. I
children of school age.
The future of education in the British
Caribbean Is not a subject for confident
speculation, in the opinion of the greatest
educational expert 111 the area. "Blank
cheques" writes Sir George Seel's educa-
tional advisee "against future revenues
which are already heavily committed con-
tinue to be issued".
Among the "unpalatable'' measures
which are recommended to rneet the pres-
ent crisis are reduction of the school-age
range: adopting a double-shift system
simplifying school budding plans und ex-
tending where possible the principle of aid
to "community" or "basic" schools.
\\ e rt Indians must be educated, if repre-
sentative government based on adult
suffrage is not to fail. And West Indian
education must be paid for out ol
revenues. The continued issue of "blank
cheques" againsl future revenues ataa.
The people of Barbados must awake
from their reveries about education. The
voice of the greate-t expert on edu
the area can provide is loud, frtghta
and insistent. No one who reads Chapter
IV of Sir George Seel's latest report
regard education with complacency or op-
timism.
There is need for a sense of Ul
check the deterioration of educational
standards and practice.
5.43 Djn.

I.f< Minh.ll It.-:
;. settleo
artt, an 1
1
1 llC, .ICCO'II:
audit I d (1931
1 'on in the Rue Soya
%
station hi ill ought,
belrsyeVl ipo by a
wretched jMl'i m* BStllBI
life miuW
Burhrnu-jlfc. C.leina. Rchms-
dorfl. the Dtulh Convoy. Tor-
ments and horrors almost beyond
belief, .tnd decperur..
until .it the last mor.....'
Ihe death hook seemed only an
hour or two away, escape was
contrived.
*-ifctei,-Ss*
The dreadful story has Iti
moments of exultation On
D-Day, Yen-Thomas, from the
depths of hla dungeon at '
heard hh fellow-prisoners sing-
ing the Marseillaise- "to him It
was like the ln-.venly rhon With
a seemed far wore shoes with steel tips, tome- tears pouring down his bearded,
elegant young: times without, occasional.;, he battered face, in his clammy rags
ing the hands put a wedge of cardboard under he stood to attention and added
clients and one heel, altering his gait. his own paean of God Bet
salutes of He dressed smartly to create King. If it wa.s anyhody
A still more an Impression of profitable col- It was his."
includ- labor at Ions with the Germans. When, with mixture of lurk.
This martial 1
removed (ran 'I
business man kl
of his ,'tmtocra
..k:iuiedging thi
martial future lay
ing the Gcoi gc Cross, Legion of bribery and guts. Yeo-Thoma
M.G anT a record of The usual accidents befell him; broke away fr-.m the SS Murder-
he-nism unsurpassed In tht war. meetings with men he had known era and reached the first United
I Bruce Marshall, doubly quail- before the war; a train encoun- States patrol. "Who the hell are
itor by his aceom- tcr with the Gestapo chief of you?" asktd their leader. Tha
. plishmc li-t and the Lyons who had his photograph in question proved to be difficult to
I combatant career which cost him the lies. answer.
a leg. I to intensify One day he called at his father's Back in Paris, h. called once
. the horro-- flat in Paris His father's greet- more on his father This time
nlures. The ing was. "What the hell have the greeting was different "That
1 lix*i manager you been doing for the last two brave old man kept his shock for
I' Itself. years? You ought to have been those who were able to bear it:
I Altai tha Pall Si France, he here long ago" It must be said 'My son has returned, but ha
Um French sections that the old gentleman had al- looks like an old man of sev-
Opeiatlons Executive, ready spent some time in the t-nly.'
Ol the "cloak-and- notorious Fresnes prison for re- The White Babbit Is strong
dogger boya." whose lives were Distance activities meat; an unsparing and terrible
sometimes romantic, whose deaths document. It tells of Oberschar-
i'ky. Three Umes Before the last of his missions fuehrer Schmidt, who casually
he raaoV one missions to to France Yeo-Thomas had an kills a human scarecrow for
occupied Franco, gathering to- Interview with Churchill, who picking up a potato peeling; of
.nd porting out the differ- -.nl: "What have you got to say? Obersturmfuehrer Kenn, whose
.'.ds of the French Rests- I can give you five minutes." He pastime is flogging prisoners to
tance. Imposing order, weeding gave 55. death It adds the revelation,
duJ lit Yeo-Thomas begged for 100 perhaps the most horrifying of
. aircraft to take arms and cloth- all: Kenn ,md Schmidt have
It was a heart-breaking task lng (n ,nc #Ycll(.h Secret Army never been punished"
'"initl were heroic but anfj the Maquis, who had one
aloof. 'Security' was weak. The rifle to JO men He got what he When one criminal lunatic
Gestapo were active and pitiless, wanted within 48 hours. escapes fron Broadmoor there is
[n their record! they had a des- an uproar. How many Kenns
cription of "Shelley". Yco- Then he returned to France to and Shmidts are at large in Ger-
Thomas's cover name. attempt Ihe rescue of his com- many to-day?
The shadowing of suspected rade, Brossolette, caught by the Those curious to know what
AUimI ,.Kcnu was carried out by Gesttyio, but not identified be- happens in T*ace to one who has
one member of which cause a tell-tale white streak seen, done ar.d endured like Yeo-
would paM on .. description of in his hnir had been dyed. But Thomas, are informed In a sar-
thc suspect to the next. Yeo- there would be no hair dye in his donic last chapter. There i*
Thomas changed hats and scarves prison Yeo-Thomas must release always. Marshall indicates, the
aBTSn] ttmea a day. A sleuth Brossolette before Ihe streak dress buaUMN
Jaed to ipot his prey by showed. world copykiqut reserved
his walk. Sometimes Yeo-Thomas He failed At Passy Metro ', I L.E.S.
OUR READERS SAY:
Pmlm*
To The Editor, The Advocate,
Slit.I consider that W pat
has aealt most ut kindly wtm
ends Addis and F.O. In htt
.-".....1 Um si It -ivUnt. IW
nays that FG a If > meT Moth I-
1st Minis'
hla opinion eotncldaa
:.. h BOOOI idl-
ing the authorship of Psalm 51
1 uVimin* ReTi P. < very much
for the 1 ut of bis
i, .tii-iiv however,
E cannot sppcarists the
thinking .nut alert minds of these
1
The fuel that the Authorised
f *h. Psalm is hearted
'A Paaln of Duvtd" whin
Nalhan the Prophet eame unto
lom i'.i '. is ibaolutely no proof
of the authorship <.f the Pslam.
Not lhai wi'.K. directly ttatM
thai ll It P*t>Qi, but his menticn
.. 1 km) onS to baslei 1
that he considers It so,
I inters I W PS to
lie r\ ii ItiAttemis Addis and
K Q ,ie not the only people
who question the authorship *
to AJthough one cea*
1 ot help f. iliiin the. general
eness of it to the
mentioned In ibr title.
one still ts not certain about
r It muSt l*> odnnlled
ih.ii David is aha only Old
nl Bgure tui whom we
can point an lUuftrstion of
M deep ponl-
I h 1 h are thS theme of
Iro,
Tlii-re is the theory, howevei
t the 1 pi iker is the nation 01
ut this can hardly ac-
eounJ fur the highly personal
; ..
There bj bH the view that the
wuler lived durliiK the tune n(
he i-hrwo David's
great iranagreaslon and Its re-
Ihe subject 06 0
"dramatis Uyrk." it la argued
that this seems rather kfljlcfl),
Bpddi the aAnlty In thi
thought nnd language of tha
poem With that of the closing
I .hah,
respect to "Aiianv.'
Thaoi Tl......nly, <^ iva 1 neasd.
etc.". 1 agre,' with F.G. in say-
ing that David did not sin
nlT, but against
Uriah and Balhshcba as well,
it || true thai in? oflebes against
offence against God
words, u sin againsl
God. But It is possible to sin
against God without sinning
mao. Judging l.om the
words of the poem, it is the
,,i whM Um writer n
part of his letter. Why cast
aspersions at the ministers'
sense of forgiveness nnd nccuse
them of self righteousness? Cer-
tainly the questioning of the
nuthorship of this Psalm has
nothing tu do wltn David's
oviiturtwt' noil forslvimen which
mltit in might not be proved
in the p;issage or Scripture.
Yours sincerely,
GEOBGE BHEWSTEB.
#?' I iltt- alum \,,l, -
To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,I was very much sur-
prised to read In your column*.
lhat the letter which was
signed by "Amateur", and undo
the caption "re Education
Notes" was not favourably
Impressed by the content of the
current series of articles enti-
tled "Education Notes".
First I cont understand for
the life of me how it seems to
Amateur that the writer makes
those adverse comments with
malice a fore-thought, etc. etc;
I read them through as they
appeared, and I think sir, that
I could not accept such a state-
ment from 'Amateur', under
any condlilons.
The next point Is from tho
paragraph which states "conse-
quently the author of any
adverse comment, aimed at the
present policy must automati-
cally display a lack of confl-
dence In the government, and
the administrative chief.
That point I shall not sub-
scribe to either, because I am
sure the author la neither
ignorant of what is written with
reard to the subject, neither
does he she suffer from any
such lack of confidence. 1
would lake it that he is writing
on Um Miblcct as he sees the
defects of today
The paragraph which I must
Sens with is the very last
which mention* educational
INychology. t know that ll
going to play a great part in
modern education and will find
Its position, us the time arises.
In the PSBlm' the words
\ Fhe Thee only, aru lhl. ffirh
I riant. Why would
David have been s. definite T Th Edu
about that word ONLYT Had he
no regard for the lives, the BaSf-
ih of L'rlah and
M? Mow could he Irsns-
them ami me/eb
sin agamst God
I them? Suieiy
David wai core hWRBM tbSfl
this.
1 am sure that If those who
are interested in the progress
of the Island, educationally
will study not unlv one side of
the plclure. and when 1 ssft-
one side of the, picture I mean
thai Uicy will study the views
of Others before criticising, we
will cover much ground.
L. B. CLARKE.
Tudor Bridge.
St Michael.
Barbados,
88552
\ml The Pi
. The Adl-ocaie
intention of drowning the poor.
In fact. Ihe rich are always reedy
i.nd willing to help the poor.
And it has been found more
often than not that it is the poor
who do not like to see their
brothers prosper.
Let me MR this question. If
it was not for the capitalists who
import rice, flour, salted and
frozen meat, milk etc.. what
would the poor man do in these
days of half-storvation?
You. Sir. in the olumns of
jour newspaper h. vi- Um
warning the public for quite a
long time to make themselves
more self supporting by growing
more food and your good counsel
and advice have fallen on deaf
ears, Now every body is cry-
ing out. Whose fault Is it that
we ..... passing through such
nerfloua Uosaar What would
those who hate the name of
God say now? Perhaps we
should lhank the devil for Iho
hell we are now seeing' But for
the mercies of God who has
helped the fishermen to catch
fish in plenty tor the past few
months, what would become of
11 Then who shouid we thank,
the fishermen or God?
As I see it. Barbados Is going
downward because we have lost
faith In God, and put all our
trust in politics and if we go on
lit this way a great calamity
will befall us.
God Is always awake. l|r
never slumlwr nor sleeps.
GOD-FEARING.
T.B. Prevention
Sir,I have read last veer
and this year the steps Jam-
aica and Tri.ildad have taken
against Tuberculosis. Can any-
one say what Barbados is doing
or about to do in this respect?
It may be said that the per-
centage of T.B. cases In Barba-
dos is not .at high us in Jamaica
or Trinidad, but while that may
be true, it is also true that Bar-
bados has no adequate Inatitu-
Uon to cope with this diseosc.
Or shall we say that when
the percentage rises to a mor>
noticeable height, then it will
be Ubm 10 act. That will haidl.
be justilial i\ Miioc it is ,1 known
fact that one ounce of Precau-
tion Is worth more than a pouni
of Cure.
Now let us go a lirUe further.
Even monta there are cases
numbering from four to ten
resulting ii ..11 aveiage of about
70 per yea.* Where do they go?
A few in the General Hospital.
Some in the various alms-
houses over the island and those
11 a financial position
go to Jamaica or Trinidad loT
Nfodern Treatment.
It is stupid to say th >t man
cannot sin against his fellow-
men. Any wrong dona
him, thai \* if 1
i.l the meaning of the
rrectly.
in >"'
1 thai w.r.v. h
Inclined
guilty of
the lost
SIR.Sometime last year there
was a great outburst Ol criticism
nnd abuse by certain political
aeplrantt when thot devout
Christian and highly respected
eenUeman, Mr. J. II. Wilkinson,
hlical speech said wi
have to thank God for the big
I ma we
Now, Sir. the capitalists were
abused for their wealth and
threats were made to soak the
rich till they could bear it no
\- long as then 1-
world there will be rich and
. will never be
able lo destroy the wealth of
ihe rich, nor have the rich any
There is also a large number
remain!nf it home and tryim*
to get cured by way of private
treatment from a Doctor. Others
who are net In a position to do
O, piefer to await death at
1 am saying that the Govern-
ment will be doing the com-
munity a starling good if it
takes similar steps as Jamaica
and Trinidad by launching 1
iign with the B.C.G.
Vaccine to protect Q I
munlty from this di I
Yours truly.
GEMIM.
LONDON REPORT
B> DAVID Tr.MPl.i: ROBERTS
LONDON.
THE de Havilland Comet airliner will,
once more, twist the world's geography and
shrink the known globe.
Britain can expect to dominate the world's
air routes due to her lead in Jet design, for
the next 1" years And the effect on com-
merce will be tfreat. Next year, for instance,
the Japanese business men who will set outl
across the world to rebuild Japan's pre-war
j-ade will fly to the United States by way|
of Britain. At present they are inclined to
torn on to Britain when they have finished
their business in the United States.
I^ist week I went tn Rome for lunch; and
I came back to London in the afternoon.
When I got back I visited an exhibition
put on by the British Ministry of Supply
showing a model of the experimental tail-
less 1.000-m.p.h. jet planes of the future.
Next time I go to Rome, perhaps, it will be
n one of these, and I will not be allowed,
to stay for an excellent lunch but will be
brought back again the same morning.
Going from the windy, grey morning of
London's springtime to the summer of Rome,
and then back to a wet London evening was
n tine demonstration in the pointlessness of
too fast travel. When I reached Rome my
mind was still in London; and when I got1
back to London my mind had just travelled,
as far as Rome and didn't want to comej
back!
But it is ungracious to complain. And I
must describe the new way to travel. The
Comet is much the same size as most big I
intercontinental airliners. On the ground it'
looks slightly uncanny as the wartime j
gliders looked because we are used to the)
idea of.planes having propellers. The jets
are four In number, and no flames pour out
of them. 1 have a photograph by me taken
of the Alps from a height more than a mile
above Mount Everest, a photograph taken
right through the turbulent rushing air thai
pours forth from the Comet's four jets. And
the picture is clear and unrippled by the
dynamic air.
At the airport we wait for a signal, and
then everything moves quickly. There is
no waiting impatiently at the end of some
hot and boring runway. The Comet would
waste too much fuel waiting about so it is
arranged that once it is signalled to go it
goes. On the end of the runway the plane
pauses. The brakes go on and the four jets
are turned up. The turbines rise in pitch to
an angry scream. At its top power the
brakes are relearted, and the passenger is
thrown gently back into a soft seat by the
lierce acceleration as the four Ghost engines
rush the plane down the runway. And that
is the noisiest moment in the flight.
In a few moments the plane is climbing
at the speed of an express lift in fact
faster than an express lift. In an Empire!
State Building in New York we can rise
1.000 feet in a minute. In the Comet we rise
for forty minutes at that speedto a heigh*,
whei'? the sun always shines, whqre the ,
highe.it mountains are crinkles in the brownI
paper of the earth. On our flight to Rome
we reached this altitude somewhere beyond j
the* Channel, with the map of Britain,1
France. Belgium, and Holland in the dis-
tance, laid out like a scale model in an ex-
hibition.
The main trouble with aeroplanes is the
DOfM vibration. Frankly, the human frame
hag never grown used to hour after hour
and day after day of subjection to the bang-
"ng of propellors against the air and thei
hammering of pistons in powerful engines.
I have travelled half across the world and
taken days to recover; I have seen men back
from Hong Kong who are not good for much
until next week.
. But the jet airliner is quite different. The
B.O.A.C.'s brochure ta'ks happily about "a
polite swish". Really, it is a good deal more
than that. It is a sustained roar. But the
is quite considerably below the level that
is painful to the earsmuch less than a Lon-
don tube train. And there is no persisten'
vibration shaking the mental fibres, or jog-
ging the marrow in the roots of our bones.
Flying is very boring. Essentially we are
in a kind of intercontinental bus thai rolls
along with nothing to see outside excepi
sunshine. The clouds are all below us, and
the sky above is a deep dark indigo colour.
140 miles before its destination the Come:
starts to come down. When I say starts tr
come down I mean exactly that. It is a sud-
den exciting momentand I think the
stewardess will probably have to warn the
passengers. The pilot works a hydraulic-
device and little air-brakes appear, protrud-
ing from the upper surface of the wing. Tho
Comet starts to fall very fast. It has to get
down nearly 40.000 ft twenty minutes. That
|| twin' ihe speed of an express lift. So it
is not surprising that for a second or two
Ihe sensation of dropping through space
drags heart up to the mouth.
Soon wo had Borne in sight to the East. We
circled in a graceful figure of eight and in to
I land past the 1900-year-old nquaducts of old Rome.
Up front the pilots are happy In the easiest cock-
pit in civil aviation. To the layman it looks a
complex mass of dials and gadgets. But by com-
panaen with the usual four-engmed airliner thu>
plane Is simplicity itself. "We'll soon complicate
that" as an American engineer put it when he saw
the simple tube of the jet engine with Its com-
Cssor at the front, its turbine behind, and its
g straight foot-wide cxhaust-tubc.
At the end of QM >..ir Singapore will be 10
hours from London And once the Americans
have caught up with Jets some millionaire will
By round the globe quite easily.
The only snag about the CometIff just the
stmc price as the normal airline.
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BARBADOS .\1>V0.ATI
PACE FIVI
House PaSS Bill Higher Standard Of Cricket $*, Micliael's Vestry Pay
In Antigua Than In Grenada ftejfefe To tirulhwuih>
On Immigration
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY last night passed with
amendments a Bill amending and consolidating the laws.
relating to immigration, ineluding certain restrictions on
undesirable immigrants.
Members were in general agreement with the principle
of the Bill, but there were long drawn out discussions on -
tJLZZP 9UKhl lo prohib,t und-wablrs fui KtfSiftS
economic reasons. wm had iwu uuutiMm. pace
Mr. V. B. Vaughan objected to the Bill, however, on b^wicrs in Waicoitand Anthooy-
Mr. JET Brancker who retUTMd t. Ibc island on
Monday by the Lady Rodney Inun Antigua as Manager
Kinpiie Club Touring Team told the A.h
ly ftftv Jus arrival that riM standard of cricket in that
colony is hiphei than that in Grenada where be vitlt.Ml
' IT in a similar capacity.
He. said that in Anti*..
Make a beautiful jelly...
with Bird's Jelly-de-Luxe!
I s_one of
the ground that it tended to detest tho principle, of feder- SdT?*,u^SA,"SSc. is
who
tion
.....nlwr of thr Antigua Con-
I he objects and Re.sonj of the should be handled with MabtOan | and '.'ir lal'cr. a hard-
'"'!"'"' due can and caution, more es- hitting batsman who hit no leu
me prwvinons or the I mmi.tr a- pec tally when one thought of the ,nan ,wo w*e* and *'* fun dur-
V<25i *. *rs (1v*nllon> Act, thousand* of Barbadians scatter. iK ' wwn ..... '.....' ''"' ' ",- <"ne been ed all ov the world Bod fa ond. *
outmoded and do not provide the whom If repatriated there would The Antigua captain Leo Gore,
necessary machinery for dealing be no space. u useful .11 luumi.-i
11 *2V wIVi. WlUl '"""WrraHon. An;. Government, Labour, Lib. ni,r'l hittinc batflMW, a good
this bill seeks to consolidate eral. Capital, would necessarily chanrc bowler and a >. Bald
the law relating to immigration have to exercise sound Judgment Another promising >uungster in
and discretion to see that while ,he lc*m >" Gbnsalves, a sound
and at the
time to introduce
Immigration. Its practice,
titry
nf West Indians, or for ihit matter
THE Cm'RCHWAHIUA H I V C Cafe

i a weak .lit..
30 yea
On a mottoi Gale seconded b> Mr. A. S
Bryd<
and the i
i .-half of thi
Slve
van!

ref.
On
da>
M Mi.

:
any publi l> aril was reall.

led until t ,e oi ild alwaj

with 1. -al poll
In Mr H
.. in pi ,i-i
H .., M i i en Ice as i
hail W I and then r
of Mi
n- ui B ithwatts/i mama
d of so V( e riot only to ihi- ,_____^__________________
y &".-;;p.reih."n.'te u"r*""""' M"
Mr Talma observe*! that ...
hese days anyone who poKsessed bepol;
any form of broiidmindedness
Mr J | T PIR IMKKt
then
V*
h
wa iU-
Ii.
H
gn'ning entry into
although If circumstances
i it would be within
the powers of the proper author-
ities to limit or restrict any WJt_
Grson. other than naUves of this *a8rU^\\l 7*"? J by *?me
Ad fn-rn entering the Islind. "jl ,C "mku. nc,men"n-
Clause 7 r*-onact* certain pro- ?? 'ht""n'"V0" <* tain ._
visions of the Passports Act. 1932. J"?^ ^1? w 'anQ'n^1 Harper represented the visitors ,
which will be repeated by thl* ,t" 1 n., J1*' hopef!, tnE" *" the last two were beaten very
Art Jne immigration law would not decisively. Only Bvnoc proved to As
be carried *~ -
Mr. E. Hi
lo correct


led also thai in
Founder Of D.I..
lSTlSi.Xf,IO?h-,'wlB^ i--hL' i,,,mP11* SSSSi h,?L"".k!.'*' gg*f Barbadians, many of whom were T"" Tanllon.
colonies dealing with this sub ect. unctnolovt-d and had im !,.*>,
It seek, to provide the necery T, T-Mpect."f tine enZTi" n ,hc ""* hc ""' """ ""'
machinery tor eirrying out any fries shouldbev..vr.rjf?, >^ visitors nave a good account ol
p-.licy which may be decided In ,i i, wa artiial? m W thomselvc. but thought that Con-
to immigration. M SSUi "^SSUk?_ mi Bum ttoo whom great
.-xi>vcleu, was disap- BmnUy .,,.
* ."Tk IT'" "'achld "">.....'"'""- 0 lU
f ot the live innings he cocktails
.. . He said that thr hosuilolit. .[
During the jam, the, had to th.ir hos ,,
-. ,h i ., Z2^hJ^LSw ","I,,M enjoyable tour which !ha Mi Eral .-, .....
,S the Jhe, fin wi only marred toward, the end Coo league.
At table tennis. Lance Bynoc. S^t^V'th!^'^"!^ h. !
>^nAU abm. rf r>ian..nt Sr5' !'r-. ';'. ni^. t lul' that ll ir had the ,.hi aue ol Im
Brathwalte tlons '
n*s Hdlss about
------------_________...------, -,-----.--------------- .......... ABUua was con- N? ""' "
Clause 25 Imposes certain re- DeJ?rS*lJ!.,uc. ,* llm"; be any match tor the Anllguans. cerned. he said that it resembled "'' mottoi
qulremenU on employees and ."' ~ ' "> rose, he sad, Barbados quite a lot. '-Socially, lml' > '" ""- V U
their employers, where the em- K. *?',," ""'ement made by Fnothall the muldie and upper classes are enough lo g. t up i i
Norvllle and Clement Presidm't. Mr. C.
.li.-ii c-iiiiiii.vri . iii.i-ii- iiic cm- .. .iij .. V------ ,
ployees being non-natives enter uyiJ'd*r!i"al,ve,., li^.P*0.?1!
allowing i
that that was not i..
Mr. V. Vaughn said he was en- _
this Island and to provide for the l";el>' ?*ain ,pe B|U and the goal. In this
expense* of repatriation of such principle of it. without the se
persons, if neeesaarv. Barbados, he said, was not a Alley no who was unrtt and
Clause 28 gives to anv person paradise of opportunity for any- replaced by Conrad Hunle.
declared bv the Immigration bod>' King employment. No Mr Branker said that the Gov- sugar factory which is situated in in botMHir >( Mr. Brath____
OWcer to be a prohibited Immi- appreciable number would come ernor and the Administrator at- the centre of the island and there memory and that the Tlerh ire
pant the right of anneal to a " to get work and he would, tended the game on several oc- Is a train which carrle- .. instructed to write a letter of con-
'- take, the cane. (1,lIcr.. t Mr Brathwaltc's rU-
lust as conservative as we are: from the rKWldtta, say what he
the Island for the purposes of buying land In St. James and At Votball. honours were even, the terrain Is liwl ami Inw-lvln^ thought about loa n itb Whor
employment. The object of such u*,0,w,in"", ' lle "How. He said They played two games, losing the but the roads arc much wider, wa* over, he I-....- no mattes
requirements Is to prevent such inalin"' as not so. drst by the only goal of the match Motnr Ira (Ac is comparatively any man. and he thought tl
rmplovecs becoming a charge on "*' * " saw he was en- and winning the second by a lone slight and good drinking water is Barbados was the poo
game they were not easily obtainable
of Charles -rite eras is going ahead
steadily and l> expected to last Ron. Mi Qalsj then muvni
ntil August There is only one that members stand in UV
several
maBistr te and "the 'Assistant Court h* ",d. dfy anyone to say that caslons and the players were
of Appeal "le ***' who m'*ri1 *** work in- sented to them and were su
vtted disadvantages for Barba-
l,ax Lows dians in general.
After referring to the obiecta H asked how could Barbados
and reasons. Dr. Cummins (L) " ucn a stage of their history,
added thai for sometime they had *" so much talk about Federa-
realUed that they were somewhat tion. introduce such a BUI? On
lax In laws pertaining to imml- what foundation did they hope to
gration. They were consolidating build Federation if they objected
their immigrition laws and not to their natives.
going to the extremes of other They already had safeguards
places. In doing so they had re- for undesirable Immigrants and
viewed the laws of some of the as regards the purchasing of land
This
ie- from the country to the factory
thes
Students To Gel
Motffe Scholarships
Remanded On
Larceny Charge
Mr. A S I.ivtiin as wast
Ui 6f thl Vest i .-nided tha
motion made by the Churchwai-
den, and alsti joined in paying
..t. to I NllaasBM. it.-
PORT-OF-SI'AIS May 30 PoUes Uagfitrala Of District vestryman for 27 years, and he
Professor H. V. Hardy, Assist- "A" ...-stcrday remanded Without WOSild Mf that Mi Brflthwatl)
ant Secretary Cambridge Univer- bail Percy Stiaker of Watkins was always one of the lest mem-
slty Local Examination Syndicate. Allev Si Miflhaal. until funa It, ban ol tin- Tattrya regular nl-
-T- disclosed this week that Trinidad on a charge of larceny of Hire* tenri .nt. and one who (!"
other West Indian Islands con- b> a cert.m >pe of mmigranl. rtudcnU may ^ ^ flblc lo pt^ of board the property of deal of thought U. all uStetl
^ernlng immigration to see wheth- other prohibitions would have to t)uahf). ^ ^ Bdamiiri-| ^oiar. D. V. Scott & Co. eot&crnlng the parish and then
ship. The charge stated thai tha was no doubt that hi hpd .il*a>'
The Professor who is on a tour offence ., coininiiu-d on May I teen .i Arst class meinbei of tin
of the British West Indies, made 3I- Tno proset-utmn yesterday Vestry, ind Wi.it he was always
the disclosure here in the course calIed "'' ,nre wdnesseH and in position t-- Ml) forwttfd
of n broadcast address. He said amo,1 'J10'", * David Grant point of via* which vj.i van
.hat at the last meeting of the *'<'. Identifl-d the pieces of board helpful to the p.tor people i.| -n
said Cambridge University Syndicate
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_.' there was any measure which, be set up against them.
enacted here, would be profitable. He said that there should be no
The Bill gave scope chiefly for prohibition against wealthy
careful examination examin- people coming in who would buy
ation of which would lead to the land and employ labour.
exclusion of artisans of whom
then may be an already grout No Harm
number here. Mr. L. A. Wlllkaina (Li
the
as the propel ty of IX V. Scott parish.
Grant said that he did nut (ret
Mr. O. T. Allder HI supported that from his readingof the Bill il w" grcea " i>u"to me .,,
the BUI and said that if there he gathered that w.particularly Trinidad Government thai ^ hSlSTpSea 53
w.i* anything to lx> said against. t give wider power to those who Syndicate was prepared to offer ri,rkc w tha, whll _- wo _
it was that there hnd been too had to control the flow of imml- the MurmadukeLevltl Scholar- SisstSsi Si
much delay, in bringing downEI,nu. He_ said that the Police *hip to a Trinidad boy j>n the ^e; ^ lhc *dfifcml|l*, ^, ,h)i<.
t in is t.i ml ii,: Service
means t<> maintain themselves or done from the BUI unl
* dd not contribute to the
*. incement of the colony
,d-
Senior
n-fi-rrml to Mr llrathwaiU'-
balai Cburehwardun im. ii.km u*-
Mi,h letMlfW, had been having some troubie aulU of the IB52 Higher School 3^*^ board and sed"hlm IT^li."'!? '^^"K^-S*
1 thai for sometime, due wKh immigrants after they land- <" Where lie tfol Ihcm fi.im The de- "Ullnd">a service, said: Mi
(o the influx of u-aners to this ^ Value of the 1952 scholarsl.il.. ?*'!*. \,f?..,,,'',',,', T Mi Bar- "'"thwaite was one of the best
.-..l.my -atrangers who had no ,(fl 5nw no hlirm xhat co||)(| ^ h(. Blli(i> wvaM ^ llirreMScil by the kor harf -)vcn h(r ,,,,, lHt.!^ nnd Cl.urchw,.r.t..n .lining Ii
the Syadlcata to S-IHO |>er annum and he was to c,rry thtm |o Mr
Member for Christ arrangements had been made with grtni.
Church said, it was practised Pembroke College to reserve I * tho Stition thr rtrfrnd
>vay-man.v Barbadians were wl,hout dlscrelion. He ho^d t |acp for the suwej(afu, schl(Ur. U
,obl>ed of privileges and one could that the people who came to Bar- The award will be made jointly
SasffsSS816 ^"-''- -"no'"'"""" c^s ^S^ssjnrsr.
.^asr.i-^a, Co^ JJJ- t*5S *&? '"' -
crnmcnl could be complinK-nira i^kint lbout Fcberalion
lor anythi-j[. ho said, Uiis was er< iU1, pm,iln, ,,,. w,
, : .1 11 -t.,i.-
Chase Appointed
Pour Uw Guardian
one.
Common Pleas
Sirit Adjourned
The Comn
Pleas suit-Uli
Indians, He hoped that this would
'If catonles whose rourcea ,lo[ happen In the case of Harba-
are gTester than our own are dog
ukius the opportunity to pro- i the Act there was a clause
tect such resource* by Imml- Viat forbids the right of appeal
gratlon laws, how much more and he felt that in any Act there
so then la it nece-wary for Bar. should be some right of appeal.
b*do with small resources and Mr. Miller pointed out that Bar-
a redundant population to. II badians were far afield in other Holder against Edna E V.':
anything to tike the lead." PatU ot thf> wu*Id therefore Bar- Venture. St. John, concerning the
He would go further, he said. ba-os should be careful in rlos- recovery of property, which was
!., th?i liven in tho Govern in* Ui aoor Io hnmlgranU. He set down for hearing ytsterday
ment^xmrimeni tSfwdS """^ ,hal Government woula before Mr Justice t; L. Taylor.
Sa nor K- idlan u I killed ifflVe lhe door P*n and B,low J"urned until the 18th U
enTptoyeesn-w;oddwenre M Tg^ST* * ""* **** ^ W' W' ^
some Barbadians frum getting T miij
empoyment. When they wanted
Mr. Victor Chaw
day opixiintcd by
Bt Mi.h.i.l u ., Poor Law
Guardian to All the
created by the death of Mi <\ A
Biathwaite.
A week ago Mr. Chase was ap-
pointed to act in place of Mr.
A. R. Toppin who i away on
leave. Yesterday Mr. Moltley was
appointed lo act in .Mr. Toppin's
pUoa
the services of a skilled man. if
Mr. G. II. Adams i. ... i i ii '' meinoers wot
could be obtained toed By ,nc nbvloU11 and
T members would try not to do Ucitors.
Q.C. is not in the island.
Mr. Heece Is instructed by
d that Messrs. Carrington and Sealy So-
Por Bye-Electton
Mi. Ihyden's, i>eriod as a mem-
Dot "f the Vestry
His CO.
playad i>> tha m inaat in whkfe
he, although h-' u.. ;i v.-ry sirk
in.in rcccntU wlvn Mi*. Gale went
away on business, undertook the
j ("liunliwanlcn in spile
i ... ii., ,-ii .i|> '
Mi II A. Tndor. one of the
yester- ,., .-mhers of
itt" Vestry which eras elected m
1934the otiur Is Mr. A S. lliy-
joined in paying tribute
II J'.iatliwaite.
Mr Tud -r said that when he
caraa to the Vaatr* In I
of ills early adviseis w. Hi '
A. Brathwalte Out of thd] II nwm
. i Maps ltd lha '>'
tliat year, nine had fOtM t" HsU
live, had retired and two now <<
nta.ncdMi Hrvden and himself
Tax Keliel
witii
i wuuld rememtier Holder in the qualitled adminis-
they would of course be forced ,,h<. a,p of the law lR tms |t.,and tratrix to the estate of Walter
to accept a foreigner. Not only todav arid the state of the law in Thomas. Holder is from Black
was It necessary for them to pass tbo whole world, they could And Rock and has as counsel Mr.
tuch a law, but they should comb nothing wrong with the Bill. D H- L Ward, instructed by
the Government Departments of He said that Government had Messrs Ilaynes and C.nfTUh. Soli
people who could be replaced by omitted certain things which cltors. years.
Barbadians. other Governments had included. The defendant was ordered to
He said that people came from Ho felt that members had for- Py the cost of yesterday's sitting,
the other islands and eventually gotten t*ie powers that existed. before midday.
were dependent on the local In- He thought that the only thing ,________________
stitutioni, sometimes drew poor wrong with the Bill was that |l
relief nnd old age pension and ** ** m,'d He said that mem- S/>grC Factory Broken
even we.e allowed houses in the *" *houlj' n*hmv* ,thptnh^X'
Qovatament housing ecrstinas, he ^ffiJ^Srt"1^^^" JH,lJ?K Th D*Luxe Shirt Factory at
... would most likely see the Act will Sur. Street. City, was broken
H;.dd,d... u .h.u,d ssriit0"-- ^ "'"m "-" '" f'
this Bill the G
MR. BAN BLACKETT. dlUW
..f tha Torch, will be one of the Mr. Brathwalte had beet
tee contesting tha live- than tor 30 years, and If he woul
election fur the St. Michael Vestry be missed. It was on the Tax Rl
on Monday nexi The bye-clectmn lief Boaid. He knew all the peu-
will bo held as a result of the i^e. and the-e was scarcely
death of Mi. (V A Brathwalte meeting at whhh i- WM
ho died hist week after being
for the Vestry for M
Fire Destroys Car
present.
He said that Mr. Biathwaite era
1 l
mt-n.boix of the V<-'.r>. and no on
i.iin if he had
thing in mind.
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would most likely see. the Act will
h ij ** operated by the Go.
should Executive Committee. Sund'ai- und Bno m on Moniuv '",
also be .n.mlrl,on law, lo pre- , lhls B111 ,,. Covernor.ln- d ,fouannly ol clothinlTa"ued "rm,
vci.1 rich m-oplo mm imrrhasmii Executive Commiltoe had no ,|B 7Jaistol.11 r^
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Mr. C. E. Talma (L) ameed was a Communist. 20 a.m. and I.0O p.m on Sun- , ol ^ir ~m 1T, ratM had lo say II was not the
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BARBADOS MlVlK Ml
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, H* _
House Pass Bill
On Immigration
Frees Page 1 He fell thai any future Executive
thm the uw had come when the might be able to keep Jew! out
laws relating to immigration of the Island on economic grounds
should iK* tightened up. hecause oi fear of comg>etltlon.
fteferrtni to sabwetlou K. Mr. Mapu said that at one time
Mr AdajsaTseU that he ikM
luiel) disagreed wtlh lluw *-
Pi Mho throw in.- k* at Jews.
Indian*, rich American* or
uch peoplp olio mlrrd Bar- t
h.tios He said thai Barb dlam i
overflow all e*wf t> world and |
to brine leu* to keep out people I
would be liUwrloas to Barba-
dians abroad. 1
He n-minded members how. 1
eve.', th.it there came a stage 1
whrn certain taadet, ociupai
nd pr..f.- -.or* .
The Labour Comtm.--.-- loner would
be ble to give advice* In such
1 midadlan* were tomlii
to Barbados and Barbadians could
i,*>l go t.. Trinidad. Ho still Ml
lhat If Trinldadlans prohibited
i:..rbaduins. witi. n this BUI they
. imuld prevtnl Trinld-dians from
ante lug the Island. They atarte l
the whule talk on Immigration.
He knew that all West Indian-
i ill agie that Trinidad was the
st colony to sign the rederatlon
port. And Trinidad was also
I first colony to start houndlntr
Weet Indlani out of that colony.
ud that if
carpenters were coming to Bar-
i ;i told that the trade was over-
Dun free a long discussion
aflctton 4 of the Bill which
pets out the grounds on which
n migrants may be prohibited
..tembers interpreted this sub-
aaetton in some instances to mean
it would be used again*t
crowded and they would not be IU(ll people as those East Indians
able to work In the uland M ,: exploit the poor." while
there was n room foT them ivners objected to It because they
He said that Winston Church- i,u mat it was possible that it
ill's daughter could not get on a might be used lor political or
Stage in New York because there ther purposes.
Was no room for her Mr. Adam* however explained
He felt that speaking with full th .t it was Included to take cure
sense of deliberation, ,-ind ft* .< of those persons who wanted to
West Indian, when comments were come in and swell the labour
made about the action of Trinl- market, thereby creating more
dad. fn "hich ease Trinidad's Mln- unemployment
Ute f (/"".mete- said; Fedora- A motion to defer
lion o; no reflen.tl'n we are going ..eUon was withdrawn _bj
IftTHE HOUSt
YESTERDAY
SWIaul >bB*lB< !... > -
ia4 r.l. H- l-i Mr.
1*4 slat !>? lest
U*a* ul *U. Baaaiaia f.r
lt**a at..Uk. <.4 *U> lbf.
rr. isat
lb* luUilM" K.tt'*t>~"
. tMllUl -I I -I- %....>
wall BMaialLn- IM
Tka faUawlBf nailer* ""
awgae
Bill initial** a* At% <
Oka Oaaaral I .... and I*'* !
IBU. aa aaaaaa.a .* Ika Maaxil
SI iat. at Ih* a <... I al II
<*na*-la-Ii*rnllvr I aaaaa
aapla-aaal lb- I.Unulr.
Fart I. Cat-real aba-'
iaaal'm-Bl'> rlmat.
blab <.. lb- H PtaS I ( a-r.i.1
Ml'-' "
-blah lain lb
Kea.l,u.r.
aa .a
IXImiu*
I ^ h-cl.l.
Resolution To Aid
Farnum Passed
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday pawed a
Resolution for $1,440 to provide the remainder of money
neecs^ | Ken Farnum. Barbados' ace cyclist to
Helsinki at the coming Olympic Oan
There was general agieemi-nt to Uw Bill, bul
i IW from the tiro O. T
Adder and Mr. V. B. VaiiRtui:. i thai tba pub-
lie's failing to give adequate iuppoi num to
Finland Fund" was an indication that they were not over
.eager for him to go.
Mr. fi. II. Adams i took
charge of the resolution. He said
that its purpose was to provide
the necessary funds to make a
grant to the Barbados Olympic
Committee on a dollar for dollar
basis up to a maximum of SI,440
in order to assist in sending Mr.
Kenneth Farnum, the champion
yclist of the i-lnnd. to take
pics would be in New Zealand and
if they were unable to
num to Finland now. hr did not
think they would be able to send
him to New Zealand Hr wished
him good luck and go
Mr. O. T. AIMer (!)
in ..pprceiated
when It was healthy jnd inex-
pensive. When (hey tarn.- to con.
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
In Carlisle Bay
ah bri ....
on- m Sen ]
Fourpna* a %-h r-i
Min CaioUna
U IT. \ I
- i Hai gahn # mtv.
.anl fch LAUdaJph*.
Lwels, and V V
tram s* UaMa.
DEI-AII L'hCS U

TH1.V1UAD
v patch.
Maria

K-. r
it a
Mr
Mapp. and the section was
Ultimately passed In its nriginul
form. The House then took the
.'inurnment.
(>n resumption, tne Hchim- pass-
. n the rem.iiiinn sections WlUl -'
few amendments iind the Bill wjs
i.-. glvan Ha third reading
|.:i*ed.
rJaS CouncU Grant
Hindu Loan
to have oui immigration laws"
i inH than Ba badoa
could say evwl^f to Federation.
:t ngd was the case Barbados
would not come n' any Fe*lera-
tlOD.
II
people must flow
out. If TrirtTHad or any other
colony wns gohtK 'o say that they
we"e going to nave their own Im
migration '.'" Ad k-
West Indiii .
would net come into any Fed
erat'on
He asked manor again to look
tarefu'ly at trie wording of the
:* !' riflmOiirO-nOir-M*.*"!)
nothing nf which this Gov- GEORGETOWN, May 26.
ermneot e uU b>.^h***g,|?f The Finance Committee of the
nothing t'^'' """*" !nem- I^titslaUve CouncU has approved
i .ouin be ashamed. lonn Qf 13fl>j78> trtt of ln-
sij^ua '*"**. to the Hindu Religion
' " n o ietv for renovation of several
Mr. ft. < v."P (Li r,-d that f the buildings of the Qeoivetown
Id "vi" -.he word" Unarm Shala. The loan will be
mlc g ou-iiis." He fait that '-ured by a mortgage on the
the present mcml-'is >f the Execu- t.ulldings
v n- alway i-e there and The building* are used as houses
:hcv hod no idea what membe for the pir of ail races and
of future executives might do. < ** who are provided wltn
mings and free meals. The
House to propose a wordless wide rWiely is maintained by public
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la ..al.a.rn< Iha SallBhSHi
IIAt-n rart II. Capital a> .baa a
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la lb* a...t..t-
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Tba K.a.. >ih>ni*l ."111 . .1
taaaSSs ium
Shi
s i Taylor. i Vrmw
L-v.1. Mina MlUKvM R'*-". bio Ilild-
sacond week of Julv /"",>""%*L "7 J"Y nm in Oreww w o->-"i Thn.i-., su-
. "SLiSTi "SSSS S *
mentioned incidents where grants
had been voted by Govern mi'nt
Since the resolution ba
down, it was discovered that more
,h,5,hfl" ""' '"tV1'"1 "*"* oT pr.nciple and lelt that fn th.
S2.880 to send Farnum - "-' '
coutd spend that amount.
He said that I-
anyone to tea) thai ha "... not n
u-M'sU*d in the Individual what-
but he waa (laahng
uaHg and felt that |fl th*' paT-
* I *'*" CM*. tba pr.iicipli

McK.
hkH. M-na Guavara. Cnw.
Dan BfajiSan. Plain. OaSMe, OIuOO
r---. hSW CSSSBSR i- .-t
pi-orro I'ico
l-.nrt Uayhew. bin
Mr Hart- I Gill. Mi
Hinkl had been obtained and. al- .AIon)1 raahjiali.
though the House wan being ask- ,r,dividual was
it tn vnte si.440. it d.d not mean
of whom the
t "i
i the sum which
would The youngsti. ras nol "uSimvaij
originally Jamaica had decided 1 **"d <"-
\.r JAMAICA

[N1DAD
Hlnbd ' W.tlord
Vaufhali, P Oomra, ti M-.. *
G W-lkar. J Morva). J.
HBH.-M. N Hubrfclnmv Mi Uwarfl
IMI I. bswta, M Ll.. K Black-
BUM I ci..ha, M Chaab.. A fhaaU.
D isc-a. M. Jonaa. L. nataar, A.
" nllh -
Mi>d*>
atoori
handed over. Government he even foing as a rafhraamtaitrra oi Af^mATi?*rnAnW '
,id, would only suliscribe the Barbados. The Jamaira Goveni- w Liddaii. Or C M-i.ou.g. N Ta-
mount that was needed to make ment or some organisation in ^J^ ^'^TrlTnmii^aBT'r Trtgp-
Itdncroft. D Wood. Tl
isked for. prssenlatlves to Helsinki. They
He therefore moved the passing had financed the s-heme and now
Farnum would be . usidered at
one of their representaUves and M
as a ranaacutatlve fiom Bar-

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Itcyto.
In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station
t.x iitdw LIU,
Hilta Ih* following thif Ihi
Hathadoa Coast aiallon -
a ArlSUanl. Hoaatio. a
Colombia. % Eaao PotlUnd. M/S Tllla
UorUlon. t IiiSI'Kii.
Leopard, t rtndra a America, a a.
Ifllcla Bolivia, Alcoa Patriot. *
bropa, S Boaa. Brail I. I
Navlah*, a. Mont* Udala. in r*
Oeaan. Bodaa. Tn-u.pi.i.i.
Of the resolution.
Mr. F. C. Goddard (E) aid thai
h was very glad th" resolution
bad come down becaie Farnum,
in addition to being at the top of
nil form, was not only champion
cycost of Barbados, but of the
Wei indies.
Unfortunately he said that they
Hill, A Beull, D. Seul
Lambart. V CorbUi. C
si mil. E. nunla.
S].rlriar. J> Blngh. T Corbbl.
ii.il. C Alaiidar I. Marcano
n AMTKSOA
i Tavlop. Ha.th-1 UiaUiwaiic l
rw
badoa. What was more, if Barba- *"
:
bute t*' the aandinj ot a repre- _
scnlative as far aj llelhinki. It like the Football A>sociation
would have been more apprecui- which collected a lot of money,
live if it had been done on a West The safest investment in the col-
Indian basis that was, candidates ony now wflb sport and he did not
Look at the difference
Pcpsodcnt makes to your smile!
That"s because Pcpsodent con-
tains a special ingredient called .
Irium, it gets rid of dull him on I
your teeth mikes them
wohderfully white! Iny'iiM one
tixck your teeth become brighter,
uhiler than ever before.
it- whole group think ther should vote that
S~ Hr E -~* ftzsssttr"1 ,?,ha",urpo"-
jffllUted soon enouiti wltn "" tether, but to seltcl an in4ivl-----------------------------------------------------
'1.TP~,n "uTuutt th. reason " "* >" . o.n,
why they had to send him
the Jamaica team and not wiUt
was, because Trinidad
h.nd nol decided to send anyone to
upresent their colony until vary
111 ant 1 j
W. had in mind months ago
lubscriptlons IO send Farnum to Helsinki, but
The Finance Committee also .,.,. (|a,| tu ,|o it throUKh Jamaica" J
made provision from Loan Fund- n ^jd.
Of $204,000 for the purchase of m,. Goddar-I reminded honour- JJJJ
certain heavy machinery for ex- ni,|(. members that Olympic)
only held once In four years
tist In financing his
r-pec tally when he was going aa
.-.e of the delegates of the Jamsi-
ot group, was a waste of time
..nd money.
Then- were a lot of people in-
terested in sport in the island and
i' thr cause were a-. WtOlibj Bg
..i-ie going to be told it was.
MB vj:. ..f ihe
l>ers present who attended
) kind of sport In tin
ltd have pulled their pockets
and subscribed to the fund spon-
....atlng and land clearing
hire to farmer* in rural areas, in imd athletes of such standard did
&&? ""* **'cU" 1.*nd.'"" iirsris:tos? iss'd&s

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'YEAST-PHOS
GENERAL IONIC
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si your terth.
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lib Pcpwslcni. Do Out
momma anJ evening, for
mtH Smite into your
mirror asain . youll *ee
bow a week of Pepsudcni
msfcei your teeth whiter,
imply danling.
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YVF.DNFSDtY. JIM I !.,_'
HXKIMIHW \|l\ii< \ II
\'M,y
Refreshments
Warning
' 'ogger-

i a menu served at
I incincxatoi on May 17,
last Th.
approve paymonl ,.i U40 wv
j'ca Experiments Two Members Councillors
With ran,, Walk Qu! QwurBl Qver
KINGSTON. May W.
A breed of cattle, regarded b> From Pace 1
ihc experts at beat suited to tho d<
tropics, has been produced in Ja- establishing n Dairying Indusl
males by experiments ovi, agricultural in-
number of vcais. The search for dustry. He said thai when one
Ma a breed has boen ,-olng on considered the length of time
lor years all over the world, and ?lo?L*u&'** **** * UD- }hc,
in producing this strain. Jamaica 4"'"11 ,lth ,ht """" "
becomes the first colony m tbt HJSS l"1 *'"* *lmmX
Commonwealth to have produced in,m""*
; completely new breed of Gttth
Produced after 30 year* of ex-
_ riinent, it is a mixture of Jersev Mr Vaughan exhorted Govern- op*
and Inoian which has been cstab- ment to we to It that ihc Deoart- tor. The matter was u
llshed into brain, rrent o.' Agriculture pursue nwn
Hope Jamaica U the name whien vigorously the idea of establish- but Councillor* Janet Jagan at
has been selected for the breed. ng the Dairy Industry at IhfM the Statutory MsjeUni on Monday
Government has made provision stations, and warned that the suajar objected to th* expenditure, as
for the expansion of the cattle industry could no longer be con- she felt the Council was badly
breeding scheme in the Island sidered the salvation of such a off for money for other things.
over the next two years Su as to 'aw population as there U In Councillor George de Sebastiani
produce a nucleus of the strain Hi Barbados. He also urged mixed supporting Mie expenditure
UDDlv local nnd Caribbean need;, fuming which he said would help pointed out that it was not a
" ______ to end the anxiety now exi- ai .i! th* Mayor's
ragirtat (Bod ""'
., mi ., the incinenitoi- and which wa*
Mr r. E. Miller anil Mr C. *. atM Governor and
I-iTT.i, rt\ S"^- ?" Wtu labourers. He
i^2l^ Nations, and after Ml to ask the Mayor
kTI .i1" ""V/ beneftu , ,.... ,.. WDOnsta out of hi*
which had been derived and which own
were still being derived from the tk,> Mayor Mr Rat-man It
Another aluminum company i< instructions and the work carried ......j did not lake part in llT
A n put to the voW
Surrey Retains
Cricket Lewi
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Botbj
Another Huuxite
Com/Mtny Begins
KINGSTON, May 30.
at present in negotiation with the on at the Station."., thev charged
Jamaica Government for licence the two previous speaker- | ( I
to mine bauxite in the island, "'*? "DO knowledge ol
This is British Aluminum Ltd were talking about."
who are exploring bauxite de- u __._
recently discovered in S-. "I IV*1.
Catherine "' M" v -oighon ObOUl thO benfrnb
Companies already operating in SSS^fi*^*S ^22* '
Ijtod are Heynof Jam,,,.
lines. Ltd. a subsidiary of a the Stations were doing a ,nm-
l Canadmn aluminum company. flcent Joh ,n riilw ,,? tton4rd
-Bauxites Inc.. a subsidiary , pc^n agriculture as
f the American firm of that name, the st.i land Jamaica Bauxites. Ltd., a sub- stock, two facts which were
Isidlary of a Canadian aluminum ampls m.inift led m the nicicase
| company. in pun ed loot
Several million pounds sterling
(have been Invested in bOUXttO during Mr. Miller's speech. Mr.
[.mining projects in the island over AlUler left the Chamber, and when 1
I the past two yean., and develop- Ml ' ""'"** m *" "*-*
mem work include the construe- "V""* Jill; X?.u'ian _ "
I tlon of three new gigantic piers.
councillors for and
to tha btayot
bed his
riuhhed tli*. iuiiii ' motion
Ha was loudly
I:,. .- Hit :
------- Pae 1
\2 runs D
and 117. iDollery 61 <;
for 26).
Surrey beat \
re> 339 fo' 8 declared and 145 for
8 declared Notts 222 and 52
Wddh
runs. Middlesex 2S2 on< i
five for 31. Sussex 168 for 6 de-
clared and 119
w-m versus IndUgtp.
Match drawn Ouunonji
170 Indians 217 and 85 I
Yorkshire versus Lancashire,!
Match drawn Y
2 declared and lib fot 8 derlsred
Lancashire 26 f. i
M : for 3>.
i versus Northanti
Match drawn. Northants 23)8 and
87 for |. | ( pjlmci
119. Tompkin 83.)
Essex versus Worcester. Match '
draws Essex 396 for 7 declared.
321. (Outschoorn 103.
KOD] (>. Ray Smith S for W>
Somerset versus Gloucester.
Match drawn. Gloucester 203 and
M0 for 3 declared. Somerset 169
(Cook 5 for 47i. and 84 for 4
NorningCoughs
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THE TRAFFIC iQt'EENS HIKIHHW l\K\i I
IBQ1 I mii>n> IM
A-t llrOt. lien -
Bag (ollowing fvguiati

da) R. ode) Regulations, 1952.
- !' ItoOd Savjimah shall in- l one-way to all vehicular trail
00 a.m. and 10.00 a U Jane. 1952.
' \M I : 10.00 a in. on the Mh
day of Jine. 1952
1) the driver or rider o( any rahftCs* wtan ent^
Garrison Road from the north or Schmidt Ogflo,
Road or Hastings Road shall *e--p the Savannan
right;
2) the drivci gff i i.ler %% al iraMell pi muiiii| to UM
Savannah by way of Bay Street, shall proceed IQ
Dd keep the Savannah on his right;
"' ilriVt l "( .1 V e.".K .. i ,.li\, M' ..
may pork the vehicle on the Savannah under i! .
Ban ol Ike, Ml
14) the diuei or nder of any vehicle IThOB leaving the
Savannah shall keep .t on his right,
olioe by tho Qowraot la^teocuUtri i
:: i"ii'.nd nine hundred and Bfty-raro.
By Command,
J C. KING.
Clerk, Ex.. u'
31. :> .
lag
j Frontenae Cup
RaceThurstlay
minutes also left the Chamber!
When Mr. Talma had finished
40,000 Get
Anti-TB Test
i<>i;r-oK-srAIN. May.
Trinidad's B.C.O. anti-tubercu-
sis, comprising doctors and
irses iptGuuly trmlnOd foi* tho
tm compalgT lOMraa tuwreulosls.
tested more than 40,000 persons
nd vaccinated about 22.000
between April 1. this year and
t the member of the PTJL*Monday
IV who took charge of the. V'rmn A,ll 9R
ten. to reply to ;; .-Vl^^sSi. ^
Si**^^V?U2n, ,"' togtOfl and about 20,00.
The Frontenae Cup Race will be
sailed in Carlisle Bay at 2.00 pr
ank-Hollday). Tlonou
quorum
of the critic
made, but the House WM
time without a quorum.
; this
' It wa
ond
will .
times are
ll* N.
i tbBou
sun m ii..
S .,!,:-.I
1 M
1 OS
na
yn
ii..i
,">iL viaJni anfl dlroetlng Iho Uaaanlsul
portion of the campaign. Dr.
.id, rests with the World;
and'about 20,000
,.,i(,i...t..i
Dr. R. M. P, Charles. Medical:
l.ve minutes to midnight, ?'''H11,1 In charge i thl eumpaign,
- . the Clerk inf.., minx Hi* OUOOtfd Ulll WOefe that seveial
Thursday (Bank-Hoiida> >. Honour that there ;* not a toouotlB had boon received from
Juv^Wiom "* unfnd ,hP quorum present, ll,s Honour !""" Mkln| Uurl the.r prtvafl
win heS"u..i"LT^n V"' ,ra(" ""'ero'' """ th^ " be rung to d,w,or? e permitted to vaecinoti
andicap summon members. A'ter live ""g nous
minutes, there was no further
uddition to the number and Ills
Honour perforce adjourned the
House until next Tuesday at 3.00 J?*" ,
p m. '. He-lth Organisation. This body,
' he added, with the United
organisation and the
United Nations International
Children's Emergency Fund have
insisted that whcie their re-
sponsibility for u mass campaign
is undertaken and tho vaccine
is being supplied from u World
= m,i. Health Organisation laboratory.
COLUMBUS Ohm milv losc IIlrtlvidUals actually
_ "ay 31- trained by the World Heallh
Four desperate, escape convicts organisation and by the United
vho might do anything' were Nations I ChUdren't
Yellow believed hiding in Central Ohio, Enicrxci.cv Fund will be pei-
after taking part in a nine mai
break last night from hlstort
I Daunllro
I 1 c 1 *klM 19 Dawn roil ass Y#no.
I 1 c 11 K-r,, 1 Sinb-d 1 Mlu Behave i or B*t
t' 1 1 i HurrlcJin* : Hatanrl II ClytW 1 0> Y*IU>
Nine Break
Jail In Ohio
wlihout t. |
iiiirrna) tii*J|t-lit _
li"o.l. thus rrarhlu Hi- i
nil, nri,i In.,,-. Slarl- li,!i|ii|( iikiuik
unm*iai*iy to r>iro<> ihi.-k, mtUkr
l>rr-nwitlna- lt..r In .
rftr.iiMiKt l,up i;t Ml '
from your ehrmlil ll~y guiek aa(U-
latiUun or money bach gunrantrrg.
MMm Oka ?*e
WORNOUT
and 7i*C4C
"iliI'M r..n,|,.. -,
dv. unhU U ,1
* li> th* flM l
VwrtnubU.OiuNM
Nl*ldf. lU.tlh,..
liv- ki.lniM nil.-.
piinniiu niiM and
r sorts acidi Iroai
Ih. bhwL WSn lh, kf. Ih, ..Mmi
bKMSS (l*fcrd with |>u.ui,i and ,,
'"' *>tan s inaMrshit. TVn is M*
l-W la take IWrf'i K.dn,, Mt Wrih.n
I ksw Daddl .!.>! to hrla IK, *(,,,
drain <.*, thru harmful -ul,i. S*a
iru. ill , ImIibi ii i-i.1,.,1 | ,!..,
hradad mrmit, ami p-p. Bat br aura la
fl Ih. femaor ItaWd KV*i*t PJIa I
! larf UiiU all a1ni| ilart*. at
Dodds Kidney Pills
, Auentimi u drawn to too rjotonsg ConU
viol rj Mi .ii. Prleoa) Oi - *rtU 11
j published in the Oltieial (;../ett, f Moooay, tod Jui
'Pinkhan
thU Ordor Iho rmilmtmi ntaU mWbb prioog of Tdrdi
Ud "Neo Chemical Fo i
1 1 KM UNIT OF Ml l M .NIMUM ItKI.MI, lltllK
ib*ma Ccmpnul N Chonu.nl Foo.1 .." Small and botua i*iai .. Bottle...... SI 0ft 11.71 SI o
M June. 1952. 4.0 U In
Attention is draw., i u,e Control rafPrici D
menu Ordor, No is wiu.h win be published la Ih.
of KOBdaj, and June. 12.
2. Under this Ordei '
^Fresh L FrozenBeef RXTAIt riiii |
1
1. | i .
i
(a) Hind Quarter
i 0. Hound, Hump. Sirl.un BhOd
Ribs and Thick Flank .

Nofe: Increase in the price of Hind Quartet Bed
creased cost Of I hlpmonl
i er i. \i-.i, I liuni New /. --i......11
ben it is hoped the price will
proxlmately 56 ccnU pound.
3rd June. 1952.
catsswui
Ohio peniU-nliary
* 4.680 men.
ihiih huusei
1 Moyra BUIr
oaapi
4SI rartU>>
* Five of the convicts were cip-
k.4 tured shortly after their escape.
i Warden Kalph Alvis rushed to
Yellow *" PrWon m ho"day ClOtDOJ t-
, direct the night long search for
"'" the men who btaged the biggeSt
i,,...* break in the prison's history.
The convicts all of whom hod
earned model prisoner ratings
stormed their way out by binding
guard with adhesive tape. ' V'
:~. k... ..-.^ __u_ .w^i^...... iii.iki
idaa ItoU lh-1 l"i- K i
: it......i.
ULA1K BANMSTm.
the
.lashing his arm. sawing their way
through iron lattice work In then
second floor dormitory window.
: Jumping acrow a four foot pas-
sageway to the roof of the records
offlfflre and sliding 15 feet down a
drain pipe to freedom.
KOJE RIOTS ARE
MOST VIOLENT
(By DEAN DETTMfcK)
WASHINGTON, May 31. j
Koje Island prism. CaUDS liotl i
are apparently the mo.st faOMDl j
in uhuii the prisoners of this i
country have ever been involved,
although they are far from unuiue
In the history of warfare. During
World War II. 25 Nazi naval
off) 11 ,t: I ii ruorini U chnidaw
The natural way to
KEEP SLIM
AND FIT
If you widi n p,. ,i1fBinvf.i,
lim, with bright *jt>, radiani
compleilon. and real fttnet,
Naiure drtnandi thai you haw
your system clcsnied 3
impuntiei. Clmicsl tests by
raon confirm dui Bile Bcant
J" t-.it, grnily and clfc.tivclv
Kile Beam sre kcepiru] millh-n.
healthy and youthful in look*
and figure. Mart Taking them
lonighi.
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u. .. porirau of a ..-idlw.nl, |M| widf whieli inln.nl. tl>- >-!.! pawc
nd run. from u,r ix.l.lir road in ,. norM^i-ly n. ...,,t i iMina and
("Fundeia .m Unaa or Ihf Mate ol SUm Mul. r I...... .t. .
lamas a Tlidor. on land* ol Iho Manuotiroliii
ol ma oalalo of T. C. Iakbi bul n.. ..I Mi It in i M ll .
! uld mad lw*nt In-t wlda> .in land- ..I M. I l land. !
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MriiinttlKHia* Ulaiaon and all other littHdlna* .""I ""Imi IhrrwHi
.
Upal prlr* CUDS 0
Dalf. ..I Sale lilh Jur* IIU
f.f thcli
!'..i '. mi Cliristinas
Eve in I6H4. All were later re-
, ,.|-! .1. ii
Iii 1943 there was an uruueccH-
!nf at Tule Lake. Califor-
nia. There also was a riot of
Italian P.W.S. at Fort Lawtou,
HEARIK
ofeoffii
Grand braakfast main disA.'
Hart's tho "power" of corn.
Taites pouxrfuUy food!
Crisp, sweet, fraant Your
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Keflogg/* Com Flakos.
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[ ftl KLIMi% re commended for infant feeding
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Si Mlchaal'i Veatry Exhibition! at tha
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M W.dne-L. 4II> June ItOI
Candidate* mual bm the anna ol parl*h-
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their villages the vibrant lile ol Dublin, the moors
ol Connemara. and the wild Atlantic breakers on
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4. m:
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what the world
cesa and spend the'high
This Genius C.B. Fry
Dwarfs Them All
(Bg PI Ti it WILSON)
td although Ik nd while
>.-. lumbago oV
.... ... I ': ..
...

kill and grace.
.
will alto
.1 ijisUmi it Cn
>
I 1902.
itumn and
I
I

which III ;
tning ship
. A l kfl0 injury. ,| referred \
peered aa first string backwater" for a mm:
Ihe 100 yards tv.
lump. ______
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..
. - -1 i.. .
g#jn wu descrlb-
i ,ill-round athlete
.
Interviewed Hitler
To describe h' ROBERT Mathias one ol
no Americas outstanding ti
*in the
news again because of his Ob. i..M championship
(v.i I -..'.... : unee at Helsinki
re- w 11, if
lh equal and busy ronditioruni I

ml only 17
i iii <-f whom mb roe ihe de-
Lords
( ndon, thug be-
i '
' oi *'"ncr i". tho l,l8lory '
KMOKII mil.
U.S. Ilopr For
Olympic Kvcnl
SporU Window
I... Wale. Pslo nmn
thu altrrnuon Mill be Ihoae
tixlufrv nhlli \\t-re paat-
Mind (rum lhnr-.da> laal.
Thej wrre an follows:
IVIdpaMtmyi n. ~\iordlih.
t.111i.i- n. Snapper*.

eco4
Third Annual
Brncfi! Show I Daiirr
Bkyclea Vs
laU| Prizes
two bJoyclee will be given to
.i.jdadi and D.
i.ip prbN
In the ISj
....
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agents ond the Barbados
Ul(. ii rdware |olnUy with U
ruft of um >< rroptaj u thi mitiiandlng U s I oetlnl of
..
1'r',; i ao be
wor'd'f H Spencer
if 8,042 point., lit ha. wl uk _________

me Term of also be
l i 'Punch" i layei
n outatai
Unlvei '
'Half .it ('Blifnrnti. '
...
athletic v. i rtl Itj i >, contcst-
D irack and
...
put, the
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c.Uke the ll-mct'-p high hill
" discus throw, the p
id ilir- l.MJu-mctre
run. Points an- scon h
i
. nr the
double winnei In i
loon with a young-
klng at Churchill then
and asking him
": be trained
without 111
. .
ne cby and re-
be kingdom
Ihe next?
I
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tor in Ttnj .
men with C 10,000 must lirst win place m
!'ry fulfilled the am "f OJyn
mentg but i '
fou do not, "' M ithlej d bli d
l*i Reveri nd Robert
. c n y,y Richards, the
i m aualoh, "',' l1, champion Mathins did
who folios i I
which weg won by the
indeed, I doubt If ,T, ,,,'
' :' **V "' ** Methiai cotn
enjoyed
iiythuig that he didn't ,,.,.. 17-y
Jumped .. .N,i,T dm-
Mathia.i cnmielrd wiih the hwt
I...
greati I importance
gplalna why you
WilRht Iuivp itxiiiii him tranalat-
lug the English hymnal I
: .is a dele-
i
I
1 the age

he ni'ide his re.il
'

11 *' i (hot put, the higtt jump.
md ihe ooo-metre run Tbougn
he faiu-ri to win Ont place
' I that "y BnUnd
SPORTS
(JL1Z
iiv -conis KiiiruK
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i.k .i.-i
101
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">. ''>' m a no b .....i. nuih -i hen
i Mnni valour t Q i ,,:h um-
. '.ileMium-n ... l;l fol.t
, rrobutlar. jl.tocbi 11 1 i 16 cenu-
m- J >.((reil.
: : i i|n| ... lidi I* "... n lau
l.: f r i* rwui l.i- l"*'n Ut
ii M.iuuinT.bll- ii f.ir Ilii,- v.lulled 11
work. Mull's, li B canumttrn] Whan
i. rot* ... , .,. ' '' ' "" ' :
ii da] whan M mado '";' ''MiIibi.i iloru ih.
i. ?S .'
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i... aqualled, ',' "' '-.
,i ' :: "J-"'!

" 'I bj aft ,,i,n;,. i .,,:,., , ,
Die Craptain hunavlf in ohinpi. hlaton MADRID, Juna 2
tOOftad liki- Apollo .,, mil ,; ,;
I WIDOW wanil. be no al Ills lirfore moiv ii.hii 80,000 ooraons
"""'. loota '-. .., ,!,.
.., BHwaenlha
......r hu brow ' ii-
Than ran anolh r 1 llonal UOa 1 -----------------------U______________
ScH-Sacriflce
inl.L Miithus savs
bin country at ,n*i.VrnVl;:'rVA''.1. !,\. ,
in.. niBBkN > tue Advw
i.ir ggecta i|..w. n AKJin
wnUMf l Hie Advueatea
bpettt tluif whlrh ended on
Suiurday.
>ir. Ueefl ItulihbiMin. a
leruaei wbueff lumvif, aa
Hu oiilv oilier <'uiii|H-UU)r to
Mf.um a eeereet entry.
Hi iteet een .uti >i ihia
Olid'- I'M- llU |HI/I l^ Midi)
um puMMble.
1m anewen lo ax fuliowv
i i ..n i.i.i,
Hhal I. ihe nann- id the
BertUdOO riekeler who. In
in lull i. .iii>in.il lixliirt- with
Irinidad. .njured hi* knee
..ml Waal cmnpellrd by Ihi*
umpire to 'land >tiid roll the
ball underhand down the
i .I.K
knewri l.utltrr Barrow
;. looiBM.i..
A tram kteka ofl and by
i h ri r mmhined plat man-
" In -i in*- t.iili.iut an
i>Mlniriii playim Ihe ball.
'i enfd Ihe referee award a
gnel
rtnewer Yes.
.1. RACING.
Name the H.irh .ihr. own-
Cd hSfl I lli.u won the
'lrliilil.nl Turf Club Cup al
Ihe Christmah meeting. 1927.
AaWWeri 'lYtcana.
*. BOXDfO,
Fr.iMi Hlmtn did Joe l.ouU
lir*l win Ihe world heav>-
welgbt lioxinc rhamplon-
hlnf
Answer; Jimn J. Brad-
i'...k.
i \m.l I ENNII
What is meanl by ihe
term "Let" In i.m,- tei.nl-.'*
rtJanrsn if ., ^r- u-e ball
lmi.hr-. the net, but b. other-
wise rorrrrt. the umpirr
all- a "Let" 4nd Ihr er-
vice it (.),. a WHAT'S ON TODAY
Court of Original Jurisdic-
tion 10 a.m.
Opening of Caribbean
Trade Cnlon Conference,
.egbdallve Council 10
afJa,
Bankrl ball al Modern High
School, VJI.P.C'. and
Harrlaon College at 5.00
p.m.
KEN TARNUM. winning the
3 mil Cycle r i (Oeni Al
from John Bkn r The -co
was roti in Uia record time of
7 mi gtM BB| 'condi.
u em i m\u.. gnattaM
nUaMV J'..^ 4th ISftl al Id p m
'larltrr Hi* OiallnauUhrO Iid.i.C
,' -nd laid* SVrl.
Vtd.nv> mil prm-nla
llic Slar Buds Srhuvl
[ Danrr
in latllj ol lUrJKal dancv*
(ri a> B-llt-l Muttcal ComH -
'
I.. a s. lo Done* "Km In
Ttir Hu.i Parma
B- n a iwmin.ii i ..i
i >.. * mm
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.mi.ut..... Tho auii
Mini II. i .nd llcfirmhmwiili
WEATHER REPORT
YESTKRDAV
Rainfall: Nil
Total rainfall for monlh to
date: .01 In.
I In: In--i Temperature: S7.5
F
l.mi- .1 Temperature: 72.5
r
Hind Velocity 8 miles per
hour
Barometer (9 a.m ) W
IS p.m.) 29.925
TO-DAY
Sunrlae: 5.40 a.m.
Sunset: 0.19 p.m.
Moon First tju*rter. May
31.
Lighting : ..00 p.m.
High Tide: 12.32 a.m. and
Lit p.m.
Low Tide: 7 11 a.m. and
0.11 p.m.
Ekfigliafa 'lYum
W ii>s \\ Soccer
iUVER, June I
Ten tnousand soccer fans Satur-
day mar\. of the
famous English Brit division teen)
Tottenham Hotepun as thty de-
feated British i 'Minin.i LVisunland
all stars 92 a)
passed Newcastle Uuited's show-
ing hcie three years ago.
-. led the
coreo with row i oal Dm
Duquemin rard, netted
twice. Sonny Walton end Tommy'
Harmer. who took the
Eddie Bally Inside left, tallied
once each, while Ah- Ramse;.
England's international fullback
netted the other countei from a
penalty kid*.
Ian Douglas, Busier Cairns,
John Dunn. Dennis Rogers and
<;..,... Btewarl ttv pick o*
the Mainland team but although
they displayed some smart foot-
h..ii at timi... the teem
classMd, Rogers scored both count-
ers for the losers. Tottenham led
5 -0 at half time.C.P.
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Naval Cnllegq. Dartmouth
W.it. Polo, Scotland Yard
and a Charlie Chaplin movie.
M. inben arc cordially
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No Admission Charged.
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