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rivo UAISBIOOS ADVOCATE TIKKSI.VV. JIM It, MB QaJub gallinq By The Way By Beachcomber AT HEARINGS ON IRAN OIL CASE D R I-EONA' i %  I %  L>;. Hi ban eorlici %  ua ami is sta.wiv; wi'h hi* irlativra at Ave. H>-: i A Daughter C fcTULATIONfl m -.ibons oit I M i.er and bib* ;' %  aid ited thefi i.xth %  in mil of AIM OX. Re.union T HE Queen's College old girl. held "heli Annual Pn (Mraoon. Rd(. %  M ts> pteeaal day girls won. Randall, the Head; ttH glrto I PMBOI n ma afarlow.f/nttrnatlonal Kxcl%uivt> i\tw Appointment A MONG the passengers l*\ivTtnig nMardH UM • it' %  -. %  %  ID, by were l>r. and Mr*. Olive Weslc; a Jan. hoU la) She expects lo IK* nere ur. Vfaab .. weeks sUjlng at [tldftuojftngarbaoM for the pest Mvtntcc •\ Worthin:-. ; Also holidaying here u a guev I ym,, ;it ludramer is Miss Muriel Sealy has now gone to take up of TVinidad who arrived last week appointment r l Surgical Reali11 W.IA-. nnd is siayins loi lnir of !hc University College Roipltal. On Bueinesa FRED KASTMONI). .. \', T Al KlNS Meager ubadlan. rwiuem in the xYL ' *' Barbados Co-opcr,USA. returned to New York on HW I A.. V.B PUer.o ipendtai %  %  holiday aiaylng with Mr*. K. Alleyne at Dolkrllli Road. He is a civil servai.: I to the State Insurance Department in New York. ASKED Mr. Justice Cocklecarrot hi> pinion of a recent i tiling l>y the Lord Chief Justice who w.r.h l .l. 1 ..>.nx here f.r lnat ..^ ljnnol u ,„ n%i(1l rw) „ rinjr nt the n^^j1 Cockjecurrot said: -MuiaH* mnpeel .o return lo eWMl thlg and i. meat cannot be conaM1 < Ared ..s fish. What Is nauee lor %  as the whala K (lKurjtiveiy speak mg. sauce for the reindeer. Though lime with General Foods in the you can fillet beef, that does art l.iw.-sto.y. He Is *bu> mwrj Lng make It Dialer, any more than run. I thcmlstry at Sir 0 %  "ge frying whitlaji will make It veal. Williams College, ourt* penbaa. Cost are v*!VLcavcs p 0 r I] K brata, oysters invertebrate, yet B f uevmin ,u* Yorksiu,,. pudding could be A to. Ltd.. tfatnmL--inn Mer h* ais „.rved w.th haddock, mint wuee a.-t.-mpanjed by Mrs Cheeai j.n with lobrter. mayvinaiaa with railed for Englarui ye-terd.y by ateak and kidney pudding and gA W.ilemsud" <.n a Ulr.ee* rhocoUle *auce with -ardines \isit in the Interact nf his urm. Yerwg'ajvra Pasted B.Sc. FlfUll \l/HE*f the Pood Minister said -pitE results of the ClW^ow YT that butler was becominR X University Degree txsmina* a luxurj' he might have added tiona ai published In the Olaaiow that what it called butter in the Herald of Mlh April. 1S3. Include nhops M often not butler but ,. •aa name of Mr. M. A. Rootieford, rather na^iy chemical substitute a Barbados student, who obtained One taste of real butter will tna Cuua ifa swu rs In the nnal provv the truth of this. Yet I vxamlnatlon for the BSc., In Cietl '";* ol country pcopta a*o Enajneering. m ** rtr own butt, and lve Mr. Ruchefoid wan educated -il * b V> JJ* -hamicsl tu t for %  t. Gllea' Boys School and helr lamillea because youag |ir>ilarilson Colleax Ha stsselaUia w > ikuSS^ssTtn tK '**^&r£?KZ "zzr.x y ou *; and waa Proalme AecaaaH in the "*£ "*?' ta d ,•*• nd "*' • uw rt " tn# healtb-glving propertle. ^ frasli meat. Sponsor this programme, my >oily grocers. BARBAREES FRIDAY 4.45 A 8X1 P.M. iDIAL 5170) AND CONTINUING DAILY PLAZA i itE OREAIEST ADVINTUaE* Of THtM ALLI The FIGHTING OF LYNN HELENA RICHARD GREENE .• Patricia Medina thus recai.iii)' Unwklns Prise. Mi notheloiil was granted iiw.1 under i <4onW l..lo"1*V' r /'"• %  # :IMCI Will: o.h. m.-In 1MB lvT" 1 "'"""n * mport and received hii train'.i* at UJe AT 'he' r '.alnal.lr specimenare Roval Technical College. CJlafgow, fuKge6tin that traffic lights •vhlch in alWialed 1c Glasgow should t floodlit to atti.ui t'ni\e.*rt' foreign moths. Just as the Fjlgware-road is to be tloodlkt la Retired MkatllUUt iMract toreien visitors Why not uiitr • .red Mu.. noodl 'nl %  • foreign it!.', attract the native..? II, ,ne t.mive tl the lady SadfM fa(r| h RIld I fairly happy i "Mair Liehl the noo" i *e a famous oceaiion to oh Mackenzie. pea* i Alter a Month ML „had spent iboiit ... c .* woek*' holiday staying at Stafford jj* of the Ccneral HrupJlu', Ifouse. .,. With C.D.C. W/.V |J ETURMNO to Dominica on w XV Monday night by the Ladi B BC to rran| a mef tii ana Mrs. J • •_ t^w,^,, „ broadcaster who h "&**£?£ Z£ J2£? lMa '"" past few weekholidaying ~* C'^crnhank Hotel Mond.i Kodney asaf C inaajwm i graceful thought 'ii, Mr. 1 radi. 346.216 ho has answi nuestlons. The woman back i [ht for Antigua on a Colonial D.velrpment Corporal,. He expects to be n Dominica wnrre he Is c* hv.lro-elffr'rit project. Back From U.S.A. V MONG the jjussenncis Nfsjsftl^ ing home on Monday finsT. "i f %  %  > Pi Itko wore Mis. Annia Parrii <>i i. U St. Thomas and Mrs. Edith St:>nton, mother of Miff, !.. V s-t-li f SKc.tourm-." Two Mile Hill. Spent Holiday Factory Ltd.. was a L "" I !" n owl -, ,, will ask the man why h by the Lady Rodney on ^ Mr^Callaaban I. employed wdh. ^^ n „ |hw abiurd T nu# tlon and the man will ask the wmn. why she has bothered to mi... them. A cackling audience, MIUI an applause-leader v.-ill be in attendance Life'* //*.. fA.jf "W-iSllS *d Mrsl'wTlKr': reiuairtTXo A MAN who bred .". brlgh, li-,Vrtv. I Monday night by ihe i-ady ** .'••'> mouse h. F; ;t in -15 Yeart DACK i taibadoa aft abs rrrty five years Is Mr. J F Hinds, general foreman De Accltcs nii'nnnma. lie arrtvRector Frosn Benttuda EV. O WALKER, nect... South-mp:*", in Bermuda. R i eompin I. eek I HoletowiL, Si On Routine Visit A. R STARCK, QBE KmsM' in the io"snend about R#UnrY % %  firr Manning about two that It was eaten by a nlnk %  holiday staying .it the There was a lift-porter in Bay-iJX.-IIU dl""ll ^,1.-1 ,d U staying 5JS" iniKsii.ner Hotel." water who bred a scarlet mnli Alto returning to Bermuda by One day. as he was exercUine ii tho same opportunity were Mr. on the pavement in Crnne-eunirr and Mrs. If. S. Halaall who sp. nt was run over by a tiny PeruviMbeut six weeks staying at tho %  aiilkma n in a tartan snw ck n Trmle comMarine. riding an eight-foot-high Heetrsf M R AND MRS HAROijjcOLE todja, sj^TfiglsNiTigrtgig to Trt"R" % %  % %  Maaajjer, T.C.A. iriCyCf „ T CT ass. and their daughter frn dad. arrived here, on Monday by \M*. H. BAXTER. Bealdent iUOllWOgD •ninldnd reiumeo l.wme r\ MoriBC. Airways from St. Vincent on 1*1 Manager of T.CA. left en day by B.W.I.A., after spending %  u routine visit and Is staying at Monday by B.W.IA.. fo, Trinidad holiday. th do ergecutl/e '.' '.V V A. besides %  rork la UM Rt wag irhiri-icd on the 3rd Scptem. i %  'hters—Jane) I %  % % %  i in ilu-ir i .lists whenever pMttbla in welfaic work omnnff peooVt. She Is the tint s.-ietary of the and has been recently •praatnt the AsBociation at the Caribbean Confcrcnoi 'o be held in Trinidad in August %  'n %  rear "* Delegate This Cotilereiuv ii first of its kind and Mrs. Warn, is almost certain that it will in-" •i success. She also thinks thu the "Y" should go far in helping the vouni women %  tl colony. Just over a year old, th, "Y" lias helped many girls from the country who are working in the City. The Cafetcrlu provides hot lunches for them at reasonable prices and at the same time i-fTen home accnmmo'lHtioiui away from Iwrn*. Mrs Ward's desire is to assist as much us possible in making it a real service to all veiling women—both in the island thoag abroad—who are desirous of making use of Ihe opportunity oirered. Miss Marlon Royce will be a ••Kcial Leader at the Conference. Mni. 1). II. L Ward is % %  %  .-iKii senior Had MatHbai nf ihe World's Y.W.C.A. Other Acllvltiea Mrs. Ward is Districl Commisr. ,. r oi ilie (.ii i dudes In the Parish of St. Philip; she Is a member of the Commitl o of the Association of the Blind and Deaf and slao president of the Olympin SJB rti Club. Sh? toured (.rennd.i with the Netbalt tram In 1150. holds the Life Saver'. Iiadge. Because of „ deficiency in one of her children, she continue* to take increaalng interest in th' Association for the deal and blind She thinks that every assislunce lioold be given to help tbem to help UugBssgng, By helping them they woi'ld makirnof., mi %  u Travel She V'silt-c ilu* V S.A. for > t l-rlod of six month* for Ihe purpose of entering her daughter. Heather, to the Medical Centre Hospital and John Hopkins Hospital. While she was there she Md the pleasure ol hearing M.-irinn Anderson In person and •several other world famed artistes. She has also visited British Cu.an... Trinidad, and '.lenadi. Mrs. Ward is of on athlotlc build and a pleasing personality. She likes her work and takes a keen interest in Social Welfnrv. Her hobbles are tennis, swuruninit. dancing unrl dressmaking, and she is %  specially fond of smart clothes to v.'hich her figure and carriage do ample Justice. %  r u r i IC" f ft T r i ? >H B *i IS •• i • (3) I I <•>> a. Li.Ven Aattsa I Snowdrop, IIM (Si i H<-\ u.. JO VoVli nod T. I gg r 3iH1a'. Z, '*. M ^Mi-lh1 'jb.loLiSly. I4I %  gaaj l. IC*.-|rva* in iltiap rBCiaaur*. |U J (u^ruiinlui "., f.alect. If) 3 % •jenrh n*ke 11 •. uiuat l" '•' %  *• %  "• pC#. 14. i f-oio -at 11 .• is chasm, is, To Oain U %  !_.... 1*, II. >ld Ifl itWr Hi 11. slap in ib* gia ares*. <•) |. ifcio* a inui*i arama Has. ui 11. o-t>i-rrrBW MT onion as*. Rupert and the Toy Scout—32 Listening Haun fTOUB PBRHONAI. HOROSCOPE FOE PERIOD JTJNE 19—22) AQUABIUa Let other people make decisions and speak Jan. 21—Fsb. IB their minds at this time. Enough for ygu to watch and wait. There will be an)f> f.Iiportunil.v for you to express your ln-*^ •!i\ idunlity at a Inter date. Be watchful of casual friends. Moon < iniiuence shows a change of trend coming. There wlU bo a business profit*, to DO mad-too. Even though you may feel like chnnging your mind be very careful )>efore you decide. • • • Kldest son shall hear of news of profit jd, Msreb 21— April 90 "" %  shall come from a far place. This ls^ n very lucky period for those who ore interested in business relationships etc. •* '.'he other person is not looking out for" vou btit for himself. • • • at. Take th.ngs quietly, all jou followers^ of the BULL. There may come much to surprise you very shortly, but the signs all point towards something pleasant. A so. clal occasion coming soon shall relieve an lap otherwise rather dull period. • • • ^ Vou must try hard to be always construe-^" especially where you have dealings Wtth relations and with casual friend* Remember thai more things than goldjg* glitter anil watch your financial state during the coming days. -*• • • This is a very for:unate period for those who are In love, as the Influence of VENUS _„.. U_.. _L_1I L^. !" FiaCBS r*l>. 20—March 1 ABIaU TAuaug April 21-May 22 OEaflNl May 29—Jane 21 CANCER Jans 22-Jaly 83 LEO July 2* Aug. 2> VIROO Aug. 23—Sept. 23 is very strong Just now. You shall beai news of great joy and there will be Information that if used wisely, shall profit* ..i\ urII though not In rash. ^ • • • nusdo up your mi ml ulou jfL i HI carefully sum up no and cons. TtH second daughter Is especially favouredjd. just now. A very lucky period for those^^ horn July 24. 26. 27 and Aug. lsi and 2nd. • • *: a> This is going to be II one v t period of fortune and you shall o< their Joy. There shall i>e %  BaesdL when you wonder If all la worthwhile but^ n rou bear up and keep on you will see tint all will turn out well • • • You rnusl be careful of your linancc* Jusl now as the.' mild be %  loss lo you if you._i do not width all angle*. Rash specula-^" tlon Is never wise and you may have to pay the piper if you arc not careful. Blue is very lucky—wait* not -o. Hf • • • You must he willing to let your dcar^ friends have the spotlight at this tlme.*T Let others express their views and ideas You shall profit well by so doing. It 1*^ never too late to learn, so do not be de!" pressed if things go a little wrong. • * -*: The arrival of a friend from overseas ~ shall come as a pleasant surprise to you. Remember that a word rashly spoken may w cause vorv (treat hurt and cost a lot to^ take back. Lucky birthdays are Nov. 24, 2S. 2. nd Dec. 17, IB and 19. • • • n.n^sa Vou must not let critical attitudes and >?{rKrai prejudices block your opportunities at you Dec. Sl-Jaa. 20 £ LW e „ chance ,„ profl we „ durln M ,H period If you are wise and do not art rashly. The day after to-morrow shall be of especial value. &f ********* LIBRA Sept 24—Oct. 23 aoomrio Oct. 24—Hsv. IS BAOITTAlJUg HOT. as—Dec. so q o c eeepas m ooaaaaa M ***' Tiir 4 > p HI TliHi—.. 4 10 l.,lly S.IMK-. 4 IS p m N I" 14 pin "r.-rdlan Nuilr. Tl" NN I IS p.m. Stow. TlV Nera, Tl>>. W IWrnlal s tse s sB -> .. r Tew Taa knst but is very ssanwd As ha tueaft away irmra is a call .asar at lusts, fted Was rssw op. "HaBe, Raaort, sssssfa't re* BkMS, m*T> AM dM i*-ssur> a %  II hiil > " Thay'se all asae *' orpss Rupst-n. "I esa'i initii' •ho ha* uktit thaftS. Sania d -• m*ii hava beiii, bcume th* raindear hate JI*O up ih* hay." Tiny pauM in tenatarnilion. "We'd htu*t g*i tiniMd aad 'ttara laser." tmspatt WOM Bsdi ii his o. ,' i ( KUMII neiior* %  itrsagt hooi m.rk. "Can thaj hi*t been audt r a mrio>tr?" tot thralu. cask Just ttwvi**>tl CHILDS PRAMS AND PUSH CARTS PUSHCARTS *' %  •* U\M 0.M rRAMP ta.at MADE BY THE I.EADIN'f'. BRITISH MANUFACTURKS. 4,4.11 I t Use Oo i goa gt l osass, um vi a as p kt. Walt* DKwy'> seno or Tr seira . -;i > i 1,1'IIVM a \ORum urga lOMvm John OAIU'IFI n HDNIll i.*TI PUS 1 DoMbht I or trRAs I %  *• %  1M CANTON -losa ostfk' StSSHW.i a... n. < %  ivy>y/.vvir//. y aosM ds! T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL -22C YOUR SHOE STORES WAL 4604 Safer Roads! DRIVE SAFELY NOTICE "1 We hnve much pleasure in announcing that our DIRECT flight Irom GEORGETOWN to BARBADOS on Thursdays, will be operated from 19th instant and BARBADOS lo GEORGETOWN on Fridays, as from 20m instant. Will all passengers holding reservations on theoe dates, regardless of destination, please check with our Office as soon as possible for change in departure times, etc. /i(#/M/ EMPIRE i THAT 1IAUII I w .-. II |0| Ml llKolx.. HI 1 v % % %  J OLYMPIC JANT III.I Bag in %  ooo SJAX rBOM Oat-AROUA i v. n ** IP Btaii v|l FtN BOB A MAV 11 %  I N P.M OS*. INK NAVAJO TKAIL BBI.I.B OK HO-AalKA I T PllST IN MOROCCO ROYAL TOOAV ft .Mt-.OUD in Mo&aowx %  nd .<,M.i lil i tl M I.A1.I.ROOM >.V orl. 4 I I II PI \£A THEATRE* BRIDOETOWN (Dial Z3I*> lOUAV I u a S M P PfiSsi. %  ss, 4 ts a %  A STREETCAR INAMED DESIRE |l*dai apaolal Ik %  in IChatle* Hlanci*. Pft iMr •in III or in i in %  iii %  i BSM racKKOADEs or mi tAOl" 1 SAT apt*!*! fa a i u I. M-II Mil PIRATK 1I.....M WOODS ft H1 i ii.'ISAM;" hill i STARtjeCTT -iiisT Artii-n Irh*d Doublr ILLEGAL ENTRY Howmrd Dt'FP ft CALAMITY JANE & SAM BASS IQSSSII Yvonne. DE CARXO Ho-am Durr r-a**'. p**iai i r • -BLONDS ALIBI "IN lOtll.TT Itptnln: Hill. IV FIGHTING O'FLYNN IN I... : --!.. TO-DAT S.4S ft SBft PJB. -M \KT I. IBIS DONT TAIK" VitlinU MAY" & HI M BIND OP HAND..lirCtARK 7a.h.il SCOTT rai a BAT s IS a ass P M. Ill III -I \ -ISMII Ma.rbbi.ikt CAHTY M AHITY JANF a HAM BASS" il'.l.r I.I IIM. I -I II:h..rtr STAriftBTr klNFOADS. IIUI SAOF A -ti TW or IT" """" >>e M I. GLOBE TO-DAV 4.4S ami 8.S* p.m.: Lent Shewa Lena Bill Cab IIORNE nOMINSON CAIXOWAY and FATS WALLER — IN — STORMY WEATHER A IMKlti RVAN — VAN HtsLIV "ACT OF VIOLENCE" OPKNINU TU-.MWRUW ANI> OVER THK WEEK-KND. vj-..*r. DIIAMI in • dnmmdJml wM*-vm*a*mm ,. SATI'RDW — MIDMTi: rl K. AI k\ RNACE CREEK VICTOR MATl'RE — AND — "VIVA VILLA (WaUarr Beiry) PUS LOCAL TALENT ON PARAD E. C'OMTN'ft — COMING. Amir of I inIndie* IH UK A FACET) SKIRT* AllOV (Billy Erkstelne) oosssftftssftftfto. T i oa *'Mo*ooooo*eoeeoo 5 ACADEMY A II l/fl/ WMXJVEH 111 i INDIAN AIRWAYS LTD. i llruwl Strcil. 'Phone 4585. '&/'SS*'**'.'*SSS**A*toQW*rS''' W* t 0 B ><>a)eaa^a>s>ooeMasaa>v. I VIVIEN |~\ MARLON LEIGH .BRANDO >CRUH FLAI B> KIM HUNTER KARL MALDEN TENNESSEE WILLIAMS 'ROM IHl PUUlZCB PRlZt AND CRI'ltS AWAXD PLAT ELIA KAZAN "W WARNER BROS, |B| A -m ItMBAt S.4S • S.1SP-. Wr %  _/%*•_/% FRIDAY 2.30 4.45 & 8.30 P.M. BT0WN (DIAL 2310) AND CONTINUING DAILY 445 • i 30 P.M.



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THURSDAY JUNE 1*. lMt BAstBADOS ADVOCATE T.'.GE Members Criticise Government's Delay All Civil Servants Should Get Raises T-ould par of (Upfti'.i..*!.-.by StOO .1 and Bw/n Ha f. ; step (or the Labour FOLLOW I NCI .1 tttoraiy and protracted debate in tho House ot Assembly on Tuesday, the Government passed a number of Resolution* and Bills giving effect to Orders which provide for increases in the salaries paid to technical niters officers and heads of Governmt 1.1 Departments. It was the sevr He felt that taw Idas all along expeiivm* no difficulty in fatting, be supported before the proposal' was to increasethe salaries of the are being paid Increases of 1I.M •" aaJertoe fo big officials, while holding out a ; *, ran k -ud Al* of ru* IJMI irinutn promise to attend to Mi Crawford Baa .-.me befe them, those In the lower paid ranks, increases for the OnVn at **Crawford Mid which was, so to speak, merely Comptroller of Custom* Co.nnda-jrtsailng that these proposals had an rter-thought. sisjsjtr of .Foilre, and a.'kcd. "age cV before -Jiem thai day. The honourable senior memvv %  %  J hl1 annual i-cveiiue was ber for St. Joeeph had begun few %  R >' Taeal 1 **v.000 and BriUah O saying that thi> "is a country In UI *M depar *0.000,OoO and for some wMell are have inponsibiuty In It was true that ihc colony wee "rtjily teason they must pay the our own affairs, and that we are now Uniting It (Hmcull und won! 1 their officers, own house, and continue to find it difficult to "-U > cvu d not imagine on> .. to appreciate the certain . l, offl...| in his rig!.; MMMR rest attack on th. Government since the n ' %  JW should be wllllni i1 Iw^^.i^""* S i "" "" ,u ik • nd SKST'^ EJ. !" .^SE me 01 ine aei-tee. to be that tiijdi responsibility nitd The Orders (tea effect To proallowed '.o be put before a jury, handsome salaries were all He '1 IJ ,, 50cne numbers preieni who wefposals put forward by a commitI! could not but bias them m their would however say that the fatt .". •***• '" %  * "K^t sennas ..nd did nut tee selected as a result of the decision. ., that that Resolution was before git fLt? '' ' %  • %  • fooU of or exodus of technical omclato from "the House went to prove that the n,i "•nnselvos cumi.1.1 un|u.stinabl. .,,,1 un the Government Service of lb IM during his stay In Governor of this colony could L" l "^ Uin rvarrmted Wastage of nubllr island to investigate the salaries '" 1 Kingdom he never thrust aome-hlns upon them %  *• ao,p to h11 %  "<* noiitloo* alt vn j. &U cfa as wiiifc#MMrt. of these officer. They deal wish Barbadian post adHis Honour the itoeater here m bl !" *>>*^ with W* i^i^j, 1h ^ .^Wion befar^hJ^T all Heads f Departments. Ele' although he had interpolated that a^orSng to f *'" ,|1P,P ware now uOT 1-iTwStS^.ri^. -r. mentary School teachers. HeadI %  <• advertisements from jiul.126. no member of The House I00 fn training M Universities r-orlSg to!bet sftLd ?\L havmr teachers and teachers n First and every rther colony. niav £* lhe GOV,.^ 0 "JJ^J in the Ui K %  t^ frtiTed Lw.y toSS Second Grade Orant Aided Tlfce "Smaller Bo>s disrespectrully. nnd reoucsto.) w i, i*nset. within went week. Schooli. Pensions and Leave PasHe felt thai the "small-'t boys" honourable member to refrain Grostlv Unfair they had baen Indications of a jages. the Chief Judge and Crown would no; benellt by lhe reeotnfrom so doing. Mr. Crawford ihoucht it was dr>ip m the prices of eommodilic, rs ami ofhclali of the mradattons contained m the Mr. Crawford continued that -grossly tSBfalr* 1 merely because they imported like textiles and Ltfl limited resource* ( oinparisons Government'U'bring such tuw„ .^ ^ t lution before the House. While ih-y had been trying to He finally supported the moeomparc sabtriea and cmolumei.u Uon made by the honnurahle aenhe would try to lor member lor S*. Philip and compare, lhe ocal sarvices which said ihat it would not only be Barbados had failed to give to Ita doing a wvkt U, \ i-*" 1 "* * against tne social also to the taxpa -ervicrts which those colonies hau have to place this nionay In the been successful in giving to the. 1 r*...It was only sometime this month craases wOUag be taken. thai Tnniaad concluded a aroUi. V ( Godd U L> 5ald that %  f the ropdggff nnd %  rtjoo. The •nior ;nemtH'r foi Si i WlxstKt In the running of th" Government and be had ol % %  )ieard him sa.at mis %  that nothing could be 1 Oovartnsent intass he sanction.' gramme of giving antl T.B. vaccmit to M.000 of its population and up which "P 00 1 m ' " %  Tr.i lad Mtish Guiana wtkose* l ""* B tJ i\-pori pre As fur as the honourable junior Pur St. Thomas was concerned Mr. Allder s ud that he ..as one , a/feate tioubje and the headx of the Ertabli^hi %  !, boys. Churches suppose that one Barbadian Head -rve-_^.... 1... a "' %  Department bad asked for i hTir ..-/k uK. laviLd SL, morv *&**•• and he was "dlswere a few high officials •" •' nppointed and frustrated*' at this wanted the salaries. on Tuasday afternoon uuLl ,.-. ., r m '„i n :i a m. early Wednesday morning. ThereTaa^i, by eight votes to administrative nnd added, the fact that the Resolution was ihey could not find an onsdaaass started w.th beforeJtie House was because the here He did not Governor wanted the proposals htn nd lh-TP> (l ^ ,.,.,.,,. kU |,.,, agrici. ho "*" d were. to. irried out. and said that It mimon knowledge _that. than 5oeJl and ba'rrel.' In th ltlori of revenue in l ostnrns and TCxelse were 1 1 amjld also drop. Crawford finally moved 1 resolution he passed ttiiii asonaha vote four, with ; of the Gove %  real dearth office rs. and able to find people get the was not convinced that the island 2T,J!"A"2a!_ ''Lii'lt ?"; * %  "• > <" '"•..!. hi Phuip ^ lain nlarv ami i. > tiji^ Sio-l of LaiinuiGovcn.menl lo~ bnn 8 ihi """"" '"" he propoul. lo lhe liirt.lulure. !" v '" "•• t"' oixlw 1,. ignljy The honour.hle wnior member ine'eam lor Impered offlelafa Siiniethinij \\ n.ni: prepoaed lor ihoac oBlcen He thai we were a Crown Colony, "eeurlly of Colonial Service and side lhe Chamber when lhe vole •, taken because they were not ml „„ „„ vl bcen Evinced If flie b^ainw prepared to vole the Increases „, umnit ,„„ p^p,, rouU n0 oxpcct lor the admlnistrnttve heads. ii ve on -wi,.i n UI.HP. U Just before the vote was taken. I, £ 0 SJ X ra^„n2 flS W i Mr. G. H. Adams, Lender of the "it is bettor i expect to omfort i MrJ. C. Mettle v (C) ->ii and said fie' i. he Mould be iviee to the comnv %  would know what to Bll make the same me-iay as island na a whole. But to have this farcical pce.ple who had to gamble with hu could not resist t t __ jsed. responsible government, and to be their future. nf savins thai something hsu He did not know that the Intold that officials could have the He recalled that in October of none wrong with the Leader of •^Ma?~ssfeBBa-~f*. "*"• ln ""M1 ** wou W be the Treasurj, it would be belter for lasl year theic was %  ge.neral Inthe House in bunging down such thTm.rsrmu eriUe Imi^ hu^ed at c ? d ** lh M***' an h a> ML. } **>ba the biggest Crown Colony crease and cost of ttvlDSJ ullownncv u reaolutio-i. Thev were supth! eoeaT^lmV trlreatened trutt C8 nnot ln ^ way wbscrtba in Africa^" of the Government employees, snd posed to be | % %  till •"•jyS^BUFw^ ffTaJaP 'o 'he report because the Com. He said that people came out rcmarke-l upon On fnathale Kbour i.nd it was verv unfor eonde.i ng a id th.that taliui. In that respect he said thit I i^ehoved him to make a general -ppeal. net Onlf to tkbOM i thai i.l-' lh. i.iliL\ hui %  'lio#> nf the fJovernrasanl pen who he knew were not in favour i>f the piescot.ii In recent years whn •ilexion Of thr Governmi lit was difTerent. they ha. v. t .it the same time, they were* trying to give the Colonial Secretary and other heeds of deportment* in this colony, the same salaries as heads of departments in the other colonies. The Government at tl • Mr. Allder said that some of must earrv lhe responsibility as (he heads of department* were wheh gutting an Increase of |100... a „ble to do it or not. They had month and over, while a workrr assured them that they could do who llvtd at Jackson and had to to, other" i• %  beeaane V. -th the %  from tl leas, tin! Ihry Brers a-uhie m h %  - the time rjisr for (feagg HI their families, te flnt the neees*ary aaassjf, C.-ild Afford It he would take It connIfc re.rrare^Hrdff^.h'mnh.! tSrJ'C'K.d ^^iSSSS ^!" ?V. %  *!-* *& ii_Wj3 parly voted ualM ire Belo,„„ moM r ^ |co| mombc „ f ,„. . w l ., :all ,,,. (ound „'n 0 d n •A n u d rn ^ r?h^c, l 5;;S"" n, W-. !P• H^luu. their .nnuenc. It was unique Tor l so-called work only receivod a little oclalbt Government to try toisi* dollars a week He further • mul-de the practices of those J* mentioned that some people colonies In one respect but nol injworked for a lifetime and were ethers. Because Trinidad pabtlnot able to save HOT. and ciovLX to It* Atturnev Geiierjil. it^ernment was asking the House to ilid not mean that Barbados wlth*|ucrease salaries of certain head* Uon. The Read of the Administration in his opening speech at the be' the session said that rot only were they able to do It, • On race 9 receiving IMt> members asked for another such i measure that ni*htothers to IQ^ nn . m i,,hr said that the question of the JJ** technical personnel was one of *„..,,,,. supply and demand He was told 6jUh • by nl Government of lhe esodus # Qr V€( ,,f r ; mean that as created th.. 1 Kiev might result of irh fantastic would remain the fact that Medical Servlc< should associate themCrawford said that that f^rad with and he wanted to extra 5% would have cost the "£S" *" ^" nlmX to •"* >ucb Mr. Mottlay Icrmed th : resulun College. respect h> of the dearth they would have to go, open He did not kn rZJnStZSl ^"c-~"'h.d cve-r'a.fop'ied i'u^^ ;.,k.i..i !" '"' Iralnlng Ihelr Civil Servanla. !* 5S*l!L-a but he Knew ,„a, Igjg^^ ^^LS into the paid by Trinidad, combined with the Director of been spread over the entire Ser, ..._s felt that be vice. Today, however, the Govern'' on '"'"uJi "JSL.^V 1 should b. paid more money, beIm m could find 9180.000 purely to ** a "'?nge to their manhood ^ausc private medical practiUonprovide increased ralartes and ers are .naking a lot of money, u-ave passages for the "cream'* of seemed to overlook the fact tne Govcrnuien! & the that the private medical practi((fflci ai* a t the top—ami there narket and pay for them. "Pen Pushers" %  wss'ablc to attract While conceding that point, Mr. would not leave. He Williams said "1 am not going to &# lnat by merely extend these proposals to men M ) H rics to attract u-hn TMish naU.ing of the sort. with guaranteed Pension He drPW lU entiuii lo U Utssjruniled Oniciab. n f U nesUroated revenue collectad mble came about. Mr. i, y c-A-ermnent due to good crop* good M 1 Therr who push pen." One would ^o^id mean that thev would notue he said, that the Head of to vla y_ In the the Administration talked about VO ars oi the dlmculty In retaining omcers. i (l ., but he ahould think Ihat tho which were "richer than Barbados. IhM they _. exodus came first, and what t WB.s Mr. Williams said that when lhe Treasury the Head of the Adi would nnd many of Crawford said, because a lew cilaon d said that Instead o( CovernII on to other_ colonies Rruntled Imported official* feel nwnt .pending that iw.nry wisely. titled to half of ho mq pourlrul It Into the this Island, und hanrt 0 f fry,imported omclals. %  one faced facts, that the Island he naked, "can it l. clsUlMd tliat ""Mr (•Vawtu .I'waa rtror. to taU ne of n the^eelsKre Sid not"Se ""' "'" ST" •"""" %  "",? ,h " ,". nd f aM '">' '" " •" criticism on th. lack of aeoommo!!!! tfj._ SSTiSB^Sx. . iS "• rc Primary producers", one malatorlal vaeancleafdation In the secondary schools. whJKr^.,ch r Si. at ll reJulted r uld do ""*"* ""' qu ""L 1 e <"""">'• "lawyc to „,, urxed Government lo nrl f2 transTer. L7 "'" %  ".. propel, to toCfSS by l.arl-.do. and the West Indies are ^U „l the-, 55 to order lo Sm rf Drornotlin " ,n "' substantial amounts salaries paid as plentiful neannln Septem„ ccom mo J!g."SW BTdouMed If there was any were many people win weft in need of their dalll breSd s< well as thoae whe hm na home to Is* their head* am yet flevernment waa asklnc tin House te Inrreaae ssdarles of head', of dep-rtmenta who were ihif* Iliet\ com\ rr -**tot rigv slid WBfej m'ny people ll muiuty who did not ;i hundred dollars a month and he reiterated that he wonted l>i re.rif.ter his protest against the resolution and hoped that other honourable members would hav< thetemerity tn sio provoke dltlsfactlon among Ncp Backward .,ne man something which waa f" •' '"'' %  ""'' K*" '"•""" *• proposed lncrean. and said that nr ^memDer. as 11., ( h, the resumption, Mr. O. T '.dml"lSretlJ?*'S.d. wh?n IS ^B t* !" !" *-* j** whlciTlhe, were askl to consider Al-r,_(l) ld .hat th. Introducbeing Riven to another. He felt that the Committee went outside its terms of reference in nd file of the Service had to paid (ieiiei.il Attorney Oeneral will more than the Attorney en d n !" c *oui ir,„-cii ucncrai oi UDUSH uui.ii 'due the House could I considering AdmlnUtrallv. Head. '• "J a^ommlsston 'Jamalca ^ 8 ,, 6 o n your. He drew ,'J !" ^ "ni.''",,^; jansiowrt a. repreheoalbU along with the technical omcers. *• lh '' r ' %  att.nUon to the substantial in* „„, hirnscll otherwise %  Jinn •" — **** Pngnp was conand the unfortunate part of the Mr. W. A. fTswf.rd eompll^ attached lo p 2!2 g 1 i. iwlnS? ..I th. cenietl. lie would hardly mink leport was that the Committee mented Mr. WiUlam. on the stand V|M. Chiet Iiishrc'. ofRre from " %  '"" '" l'"""l'l" •• lh ,, ,„ y ordinary nr reasonable made reference lo th. .salaries he had taken, and said that in <" ^ "" %  Jl '• %  %  -S"^! !" niMaur.. tan—-, hue . bitag tOolf TOOtS.1 paid to omcers of Colonial Dequoting from the nech of tto ^^' >"''"•••" >' He • ,1 Goe" !" .nrthtog^nSn Pol,tk> veloptMll and Welfare. lie Governor al the opening of the M * %  "' %  ">'" "" '"'' ,', ment f.,uud 11 .! Illleult to.got hiiih purportrt lo br.ng about. t ..„. ., K...I.I H^iS^h,, h ,|, decision thai ARE YOU A RALEIGH OWNER? Uil3 could not undemand what kh.tleglrt.Uv. ^eartoo. the Junior UJMI '"nail' -lo'iy Jikellils had lo do with the question of member lor St. Lucy had proved CM .ttord to y a Chief Jtudlee lalariea in Barbados, and said that lhe conbmllon that there was no W>0 permonth Can we afford In while he was given Ihc assurance intention at aU at this point to pay cino swoop to Increase his salary that that did not bias the Comany attention to the salaries of the by something like SI.GOO a year' mlttee, yet he knew from experlower paid employees of th. He conUnued. 'and all the way lence that if certain evidence was Service. down the line, officials whom we killed technical men. thekMUld be brought in on contract, as was in. ease witb_th. CW.f BnglnMg .^tci-nun., rtsaistiUnci fii'.nic .OUld Ihi of the Walcr Works Department, p^pt,. 0 f fhc CCUJMV In addlll. id that the Resolution ,„ determining whether thousin.l: 7*W*T TodMj Hot T! Bboak, not bv ueloie the I all. and even If u decided to support it, It should not ...in (i wiuld furtli. nulitutiotui of III This gentleman obviously feels the urge to move quickly—something has stimulated him to action f TONO ha* just this effect—It overcomes the lassitude of the tropics—-you feel better for it—more energetic—reudy fur the day*a work— mnil thr day after. A real wholesome food for nerves, brain and body, aod %  very delicious one, too. i-Sleep Sho 7ono Tono !" Chocolate Malt&MUk BEVERAGE A Cow & Gale Product }. B. LESLIE & CO. LTD Afe-nt.. Mattresses and Springs $15.58 I $14.36 Bedsteads 3ft, 3ft. 6ins., 4ft Bins., Priced at $18.18 up BARBADOS CO-OP. €OTTON FACTORY tLTO. HERE'S GOOD NEWS FOR YOU The Manager of our Baleigh Cycle Department will be paying a visit on Saturday, June 21st to the undermentioned Districts for the purpose of conduct ing a Raleigh Quii which will be open to all Raleitrh owners and for which a prise will be given to the Lucky Winners. The Manager will have a BUS with him of com petent attendants who w".l "' %  nd to minor adjustments to any Baleigh Bi ;le wheh has been purchased within the last three months. The following are the Districts :— Half Moon Fort, St. Lucy, arriving 9 a.m. leaving 12 noon. Bound The Town, St. Peter, arriving 12.30 p.m. leaving 3.80 p.m. Garden, St. James, arriving 4 p.m. leaving 6 p.m. We are Agents for the Queen Insurance Co. You can Insure your Bicycle with us. Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. AGENTS FOR RALEIGH BICYCLES 10, 11, 12, 13 BROAD STREET ARRIVED!! FERGUSON DIESEL WHEEL TRACTOR This world-wide famous Tractor Is now on display at oar show-room we shall he |>lesed to arrang* %  demonstration at your plantation for you. Als available for immediate delivery with vaporising nil or gaMtllne Engine. COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM LIMITED. White Park Road Dial 4616



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PACK K)UR HAKUAIMIS \l>VOCATF. THURSDAY, JUNE IS. 1K2 BARBADOS^ ADVOCATE Fttato4 y l ** i *i MMm Tkunday, Jtinr IS. 1H2 \ TAXATION ON rUSSDAY MM weak ihe thirty second Annual General Meeting of the Automalic Telephone and Electric Company Limited will be held in London. A statement by the Chairman. Sir Alexander Roger has bees circulated to members and was published in the Times of June 3. Of esptcKil Interest to Barbados is a section of this statement which deals with the shortage 0 f industrial capital. Sir Alexander comments upon two facts which have been brought to the attention ot the peoplo ot Barbados on previous occasions but which Vffl lose nothing through repetition. Because of the burden of taxation on company profits and personal income and the failure of the taxing system to take nl of the replacement cost of fixed assets and of raw material stocks, industry, says Sir Alexander, cannot itself provide the im Dttttt of working capital it requires. Now this argument of Sir Alevander's is common enough in financial circles and is based on the experience of every man of business. Unfortunately the opinion of men of business and the comment of those skilled in finance does not alwi 'cnlioii from political In highly developed countries; while in countries where responsibility for financial attain i. slul entrusted to metropolitan countries politicians uf lha dependent country are frequently iudiilerent to the comment of experienced men of business. What Sir Alexander has to say about the United Kingdom is as true of Barbados, after due allowances are made for differences of customs and degree. Taxation, wherever it is practised ns a major method of obtaining revenue, must decrease the quantity of capital available for industry. And when to the increasing demands which taxation makes on industries are added rising labour and raw material costs the burdens which have to be carried by investors today are patent. 1 But taxation i.t only one handicap. \ Ba ctuw ot mtlkttuiMiry -.piralt. thy public, which according to the text books on economics, are classified as the investing public spend more of their money on keeping up with the rising cost of living and therefore save less fur investment. Thus excessive taxation deals a double blow to industry. By squeezing the last ounce of profit from industry and thereby exacerbating the inflationary pressure, taxation directly limits capital available for industrial development: and resulting from inflationary pressure the list of the investing public becomes shorter and industry's alternative source of recruiting capital is correspondingly blocked. Already tat several years this tendency has been noticeable in Barbados. Taxation adds to Ihe burdens of industry and excessive taxation restricts the expansion of industry. Developments which have taken place in recent years in Barbados and which have increased employment opportunities In the island could not today take place, because most of the profits previously available for capital investment are now collected by the commissioner of income tax. When money collected by taxation Is spent on the economic development of a country the evil effects of applying a brake to industrial expansion are not felt, merely because the money has not been frittered away or spent unproductively. But when money collected by taxation is spent without foresight, thought, or concern foa^ the future, only inflation can reauH. Throughout theWest Ifntlu s l. if ihe gravity of the iatk which tacea the United Kingdom. In the West Indies spending continues apace: and where are tha voices of the peoples' beard telling people of the need for thrift and hard work? Jf they ;irc raised at all they are drowned by the clamour nandlng that the island's money be frittered extravagant spending. Yet the need for f belts is urgent. NEW LIGHT mamsWsWklsWsWsi^sWs^s^msWsisWtsWaasi^swmm^is^sWswammmsmMmswmm ON THE ABDICATION by LORD BEAVERBROOK I COM to a curious matter. This monumental work— The History of Thr Timeswhich Is written by Stanley Monson, tells of ihe decisive part played by The Time* --and by its editor, Geoffrey Dawson—in the Abdication of Hwam th.Eighth, King. But the (ir.i.iatic story ,-, not boldly bi ought out—as the Important part played by The Time.* in the Munich Crisis U brought out. Instead, it Is hidden awny In an appendix. —broad casting In the Homa Service on the latest volume of The History of The Times. The earlier part of the broadcast dealt with the Lloyd George Cabinet in the first World War. Mortsoa's History ot Munich turned out to be failure — and The Times frankly admils its share in that episode The Abdication was successfully carried through with the essential aid of this newspaper—and The Tines book buries 11 In a back section. why? I there an element of apology in this too? 1 am not taking up any partisan attitude in this matter. Nor do I desire to rake over the dead embers of this controversy. All that Is his. tory now. and as such It is told in !" au ><> £ Kl Lor*/ Beairerbi m I Wigjn m % %  *e in*! t. sei Fe ni'i. vitality and enetc • r %  f hw e*Kei-f>"m*H -i, laiui* televised tiOnA o[ Irf.'d Nn:':r'fl WtW Hlini?'iof ft ti tat ma-' histor, of and Fleet Street, *xtn4)M %  >*••" mo:' Iran fort* : %  :->ope will one dav pc tut! ib: 1 put a different interpretation upon .-one of ih*"s i ut the accuracy of the narrative cm not be disputed. Trtere is <>ne notable omission. Morison docs not tell thai Editor Dawson published %  oi the surface, but which Okrrird w. %  minting arid malicious i %  ..uundu. ile docs tell that public opinion tut] hc-vily on the side of the King and Uie King's proposal for cnoEgsnaUc marriage u ,i successfully swayed in the Inlo Exile %  opposite The King, now the Duke of Windsor, went into exile when he boarded the destroyer Fury that foggy December night and put out to sea for France. He yet returned. One day shortly after the Abdication President Roosevelt asked me to go to Washington. He examined me in every detail Of Utt roysj tragedy. Ho could .;ife but not his Time, hook" "HTa TwSLZZStd Ouecn—Dawson was consulted by not understand it. Ile quoted the to seVto^hat The flSS'S* SSSrE Only after this consultold saying that no man should on that occasion andwhotTt ,avs ation the project .ubmitled ever resign, but wait to be now about what It said then * h Cabinet and the Dominion sacked. --vw* DPH 2 ^^WacT "^ crisis taken from The Ttaieo thrc^. dLsrepuUble assertions In T he Mat noVlSJea App.'nd.x That Dawson was of hi, leading articles. He wrote wmory fhe future has no place. more importance than any of the that aU wouW hove hoU g ht A d *, u t f th ^ xliat Prime M.nisUTS Cabinet colFxiward fit to rule, if he had recall the brilliant men of leagues is made abundantly clear never ascended the Throne. He action who march through the in Mr. Morison s narrative, branded Mm. Simpson personpagef t f The History of Th Dawion was almost Invariably ally in the severest language. Ti"ics consulted first And he declared that Kina The crisis ws launched by a George the Fifth's last days had letter written by Major liarbeen clouded with anxiety for dlnge* to his master, the King, the future. Dawson saw thai letter in draft This information was and approvid U. Thereupon by the Archbi'tfiop of Canterbury, Dawson set out on a propaganda who told Dawson that King canvass of public men. George's death had been haiu-nvd When the King put forward to by his son's Infatuation. Baldwin the project of a monganAll the foregoing facts I take atic marriage — that Is that he from the exciting appendix of IT'.IVATK secretary Major Alexander Hardlncfs letter was received by Klin Edward VIII on November 13. 1936. The Kinr recorded later that he redded Ha 'Void; formal %  uimeslloa" that Mrs. Simpson should leave the country, as an ultimatum. —T..E.9. Wicksteed Of The Isles MB. I-W ill. Mr. PIX 1 in-,!t On %  •ultin bis Bv BLRNAKD UliKMim SKOKHOLM. How would you like to be marooned on an island with thirty thousand sea birds, eight ornithologists, and Mr. Chapman Plncher? That's how It is with me at the moment, and It only we had Mickey Mouse and the Marx Brothers too It would make it the perfect week-end. Bfcokholm is a bird observatory off tlu Pembrokeshire coast. It ts a rocky island about a mile long and half a mile wide, and at this time of year multitudes of birds that normally spend their lives at sea come here to hatch their young and make them British citizens. You can't glvo a bird a passport, but you can put a ring on its leg that will Identify i( wherever it ) %  = found and in this way learn about Its wanderlnp habits. More than 3,000 birds are riiuted on Skokholm every year, and Mr. Plncher :ind 1 thouslit it would be fun to help. So here we ore. living In a converted barn, and no boat back till Sunday. The bird watcftMn are as interesting to .study as the birds themselves. TherO is a young man from C^inbridge who digs uo birds with a spide and then plants them again like potatoes Ho is more of a bird smeller than a watcher because he goes round sniffing rabbit holes and if ihe smell is right he digs. When 1 asked him what he hoped to learn bv this he said he wis studying bird navigation and was seeing If the same btTOJ oeriipled the same holes as last year. Painted Nails AS we were watching he unearthed an nvlan scandal. He dug up a pair of Mmx shearwaters, which are about the size of doves, and found, after noting the numbers on* their rings, that they were virtually nesting in sin. They had each changed partners since he dug them up but time. Two of the other bird spend their lime goir..: the Islind wilh a xvcighinj: machine weighing bah} ears and then painting thiir toonalls. The object of this unusual pastime Is to And out how the waatbet affacU Ut they put on weight Thi p.Hiitini; i. I.. i birds tin they an Wear rings on their UflS. Amateurs WHAT sort of p.viple are lliese bird watchers? Well, to lo..k M them they are iusl the same ns vou and me. The warrir.i who lives hero with his wife from March to October took ui> bird watching when he wns n prison -i of war in Germany. With all lh^ time in the world on I i the goldfinches round the oimp. F\oeut for the young m?n lontarsdaai "*e others, art n gui'teas %  week for ttM Iff keep Ad get a holiday on an 1 nd thrown Of those here at the moment one is a MHI irmar and another a schoolmistress with a term off. There's a retired medical otIU v of health with hb Wife, %  ad l nirl from the Naturally Mr. Plncher Is In ht< element. You never saw a in in .so deltnhted with nil ings. He drags me tround toa blaod ambushing pufli:is ;,ii ^talking ra2orbi or bent wire I round their legs from I We\irocks for Mother chirk ens and li v. go a seal snoring. The puffin ambush was great fun. Puffins are the Tubby Hubbif of tht bird world. They nest in raU tt burrows and like f stand it H.-'ii* f;ont doors proud aving their tubby tummies. Id a net on the grrund in treat of some burrows and o that when we nulled I -,vui)g over and caught anything .indTng near. v.hid behind a rock %  ;, for tubby puffin* to turM up.' Mtoccthcr we eaughl .•I after ringing them. lei lh< in R I on with the may be %  %  the rings eu their legs will irt.ullfy th.-m r-t once sis the pufns thai Ptneher and wtnosteed eaurhi. Nlcht Hirds TI'.IN(; of puffins we went after razorbills. They're hardei to catch becaiaM lhay sit about on rockl on the sides of precipices, but with our piece cf bent •M managed to hook twe round the leg and ring them. Several otnera had a c: nut the Miprome thi 111 ( n this Island of i ink come midnight nnd 2 am.. shearwaters erffev oul u bre .th of fresh air. It would, he death for th*m to appear io Usy light, for they would he kdled at once by the gulls. So all day long thev t urrowr tn c pMe silence, thous.irrls and thousands of them. Then what) the night Is ;, darkest and the gulls an out they cm-—and i" i open gat i than mates : %  n the nest. Vou h %  • eful not : tread on them. When vou walk %  I I got one alap In the tumm from a wet shearwater that I me. And all the time the birds railing to c ich other with a t _.. ous, anxious cry, like a rooster ore throat. I i "You Don! Shoo! Santa Clans" From R. M. MacCOLL WASHINGTON. THE TAFT-iKE ht'bbub of the past few days concerning which of the two shall grab the Republican Nomination for President has temporarily stolen the limeliyht and obscured the fact that, whoever does become the Republican champion, it yet remains that many shrewd and dispassionate observers of America's political scene nre still laying long odds on a Democrat going back to the White House next January. Why? Because you "Don't shoot Santa j Claus," "We never had it so good." and the tried political maxim that you don't turn out the party in power when times arc prosperous. And in spile of all the "griping" over high taxes, high prices and talk of a coming recession, the great mass of small men and women all over the country are living the good life, and "eating high on the hog." Who is the lucky Democrat-to-be? If Truman liked to change his mind at any time up to the 59th minute of the eleventh hour at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago next month, there is not the slightest doubt thai he would be accepted immediately. And not many people think that a Republican could beat him in the November Elections. But assuming Truman doesn't change his mind and resists the "draft" (conscription) of which Democrats wistfully talk whenever they fell pessimistic or panicky about their chances, who are we likely to see doing battle with Ike, Taft or Mr. X? Here is a name you have scarcely heard of—Sam Rayburn. Rayburn, egg-bald shrewd, well-liked, has been the respected Speaker of the House of Representatives for many years. And a very powerful behind-the-scenes move on his behalf is building up. There are no speeches, no campaign buttons to wear in the lapel, no big radio and TV broadcasts. But the strength is really there and several key Members of Congress with whom I have recently talked consider Sam as one of the "better bets." Big drawback—Sam celebrated his 70th birthday this year, and that's a bit on the elderly side as Presidents go. (Septuagenarians Douglas MacArthur and VicePresident Alben Barkley are more or less out of the running principally because it is supposed that their arteries are hardening up a little. Rayburn's backers want him to stay completely aloof from all the preliminary free-for-alls—"Let Kefauver, Harriman, Senators Kerr and. Russell and the rest of them cut one another's throats," is the way they put it. And one of Rayburn's most devoted adherents, Oklahoma's Senator Mike Monroney, says "Our man is a tenth ballot proposition, not a first ballot one." The nominations are decided at Chicago on a series of ballots among the delegates. The age snag may be got around by teaming either Rayburn or the 75-year-old Alben Barkley with a much younger vicePresident, such as Illinois Governor Adlai Stevenson or New York's multi-millionaire Averell Harriman. Harriman is Gl—but looks i ish. Adlai Stevenson, born in Los Angeles, is only 52—and is a boy as far as politics .ire concerned. If there is an unbreakable deadlick at the Democrat Convention beiwten Harriman, Kefauver (Truman favouis i!.uiiman, personally dislikes Kefauver) and Senator Richard Russell of Georgia, they ni\;lit easily turn to one of the h luagenarians, Rayburn or Barkley, aa lie only way. I don't want to sound cynical, but I ougbJ to tell you that one of the best-known and most respected of America's TV and radio commentators has just told the whole nation on his coast-to-coast broadcast that as far as these elections are concerned "there is no real democracy in America." He meant by this that in spite of all the sound and fury out in the open, the manoeuvrings, the claims of this and that number of delegates, the fuss over the Primaries and so forth, it means very little when the chips are down. Just who becomes the next American ProrHer.t is decided by a very few powerful mad far out of the public eye, and aa th of some "deals" at a high level. And don't forget that Preside-. himself, in an unguarded m described the Primary EU' I wash". l PHOTOGRAPHS Copies of Local Photographs Which have appeared in the A Newspaper Can be ordered from the . ADVOCATE STATIONERY AL WILSON SPOON BAITS 5i 6 7B SEINK TWINE—Fine. Medium. Cone. HERRING TWINE & MULLET TWINE C. S. PITCHER & Co. H.M.V. RADIOGRAMS A COMPLETE RANGE OF THESE FINE RECEIVERS r.-TI'BK TABI K MODEL RADIO •*•*• C-Tl-BE T \HI.K MODEL RADIO MM 5-TI"BE TM*LK MODEL RADIOGRAM EHS fi-l'VBE FLOOR MODEL RADIOGRAM 330.W 6-TITBE FLOOR MODEL RADIOGRAM (Witt _,_-Aatonutle Thrre Spred Chanrers) 315.M LET IS DEMONSTRATE ONE OF THE ABOVE SETS AND JOIN THE HVNDREDS OF SATISFIED OWNERS. DA COSTA tCO.. HP. reee>eeee+ee*ee'aaeeeeeeeeeeeeee>*ee M M ' < When poor only thought Is to keep cool in the nr h-at.youroii:.appreciate th flno cloth or-. Daki Hat mi hi nut %  perfect shirt control with DokssMt-i-upri.: trouacr.-i. No wonder so mani 'o beonme Dales flife. SIM0S0I. TAI10I.E9 £XJC1UALU£ io Cba CoAta & fa., <£td. CAtfr*rf"">, TO "US' Choice Quality HEALS C'liLk-n. Ducks Turkrys OTHER MEATS Ox Toncurs Calves Liver KJstaafi Bwaet Ilreaas Rabbits Hum In Tins Hams (Smoked) COFFEE Empire—F.oa'.t Dally Chase & Sanbom* Pure Coffee—Noth In c Added NOURISHING FOODS Just Arrived Split Peas Whole Peas Halt Meats Madeira Onions Madeira Potatoes IVanut Butter Goods Cheese Marmalade 4-lb tins (Canadian) RELISHES Madras Curry llelns S7 Sauce llelns Horse Radish Helns Chill Sauee Italian Chill Nau.e Italian Tomato Paste Italian Ketchup H.P. Sauee A.I. Saoee Sweet Pickles Mustard Pickles Celery Salt Manio Sauce ENRICHED BREAD WITH GRAVY IS DELIGHTFUL GODDARD'S FOR SERVICE



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THURSDAY. JINK VI. 1852 r BARBADOS ADVOCATR PACE FIVE MEMBERS CRITICISE y^ £ !" !" m m ^^ ^ GOVERNMENT'S DELAY • From Pa*r 2 consider., Ujn that there were the Senior Member for St. John but they could not afford r.ot to about 170 employee* who would could have used to arrive at $8 do tt and to his mind that was be benefiting by this resolution per week. the more Important. If they did and In spite of all the talk they The Junior Member for St. not implement the report of the heard about imported officials. Lucy, he said, had, like other Committee they would be Triced Ihey would see that from th| list, mwnbtra mackm..nv •xamt-r >with a regular exodus from the 108 of the 170 offlctuU were tin-is mid had said that wlnlu top ranks of ih come down agreement. Il was true that thrir The four — u -* i.. ...—.. m„ „n.k W~J .._--<_.,._i.. %  %  • ._ ,n islands .lualitlcation enabled them -* -v r m S ,altc U P vacant P sls In iwlahfcourMr Wilcott continued to stress arguments previously made for the Resolution by the introducer of it. Mrs. E. Bourne (L) said she did not see why there should I* so big a gap in the salaries of the headmaster of Combermere and headmistress of St. Michael's wrong for them not to carry them which had unanimously agreed to out. because the efficiency of the the salaries. If members doubtService would E*> lower than act that, it was a matter for them. what It was and they would not H. far as to say. he be able to attract to the Service. ..nd. thai the then President. Mr. the quality of trained people for C. A. Coppin was one of those who whom they were looking. v. ;:h lilt was true that in the last He knew it was true, he said. three years, they hi-d had good that some of the weak fellows crops. At the present moment, after importing tt in the Whltley ow^'ivCwil although it was a bit early lo say Council, *;> around some of the '-,, •**_'""' ,.. •_-—-— so. It looked ns if next year's .^k-d them not to .* "i*"? reanaMe and she crop would not he ai but nevertheless, there ^J^I ^S toot^fn the lower good as the last thr* an ag r s eaent to It KackcVn^V^ were depend; ... OM economy. United Kronomy >,e heads ,on ,,,, . Rfr. .:. ,:. M M ,.. Sdd that '^eAn.l^'lSrn*. she said. Barbados with a limited economy should have been disendowed Mild not nfford to pay salaries even before this session, and she nothing wrong If the clergy I BOUOWINO TMti* WIDDINO In Chicago, singer Ula Leeds embraces her pianist-husband. Irving RorUUn. H has receoUy been her accompanist at a cocktail lounge where she has been appearing. Miss Leeds, a former film performer, attracted considerable attention when arrested ID 1 In a west coast mariluina raid, (intenrttionol Stmrvipheto) Brooker's Inquest shedroo/charred Adjourned TrJK INQUEST into the circumstances surrounding the dca& of Malina Brooker of Sherbourne, St. Jolin. was furtheroadjouined yeslerday until Monday, June 23, by spread His Worship Mr. C L. Walwyn after the Court heard two rea witne&es. Shortly after 4.20 p.m. on Tuesday the Fire Brigade was called to Bank Halt, Si. Michael, where a fire broke out at the house of Matilda Taylor. The fire destroyed a part of a sldo and shed roof, but the Brigade got the flames under control before they could other nouses in the Board Of tfealth Approve Sale Of Land Malina Brooker was taken to IntttllOTittimt lAttl'S UM General Hospital on June S *"**tgrW§Vn UtttVB after she was involved in nn accident with a. bicycle on Pool Huad. St. John, at about 830 The Legislative Council at its Hurting on Tuesday [nistponed 16. Bnrt alntalncd badoi with i.'hmitcd economy sh-'n'l.i "have'"'lien" disendowed OJ IAIIUI Dr. A. S. Cato who performed ,0 ""migration. Some ot tne members on ni t**M not nfford to pay salaries even before this session, and she 'he post mortem examination at right seemed lo argue mat there compared with certain islands BI, W nothing wrong If the clergy The Board of Heullh at UwU' the Ganeral Hospital Mortuary was n great .nitereiRc oetweon Many of them agreed that when W ere struck nut from the list for meeting yesterday npproved the n June 15 said that the body of tfctj Attorney General in Barba„ c ., mt , ,,.,., ltB ^.(is-post like increases. Thev should not redivision and sale of 16,454 square the deceased was identified by doe and the one in finds. > ('""" %  Mr< ^,1,-, certain specialist's cpive any parfcul irh nice ireetfeet of land In lots at Goodland, '-"'lie Greenidge. There was no and they based that on the .ngupost, by all means they should ment, rsocclally when thev had St, Michael, bv Mr. U. J. PinIradure of the skull and death ment that the revenue ot this colrB)ie (he ^gr^ gnj tiy lo ony was $12,000.00(1 a 1 against ^g^ BU itable atbeen'so brazen as to talk about vlclno. resenting the Maude Hill '.oard alvo approved the I due to cerebral haemorrhage. Explaining cerebral rl 1P of tfl '" ,K0 to t,le i ur >' Vr Ca, ul land inlnl* llaI ,horc wns qntily of bloo *rK,iT: the brain of the deceased an hacmorrid blood id M0.OO0.O0O in Brinsh i>i>iana. rteferring to the statement bv In the matter before them, it following: Would they also ar L ue that a „,,, Sn n i, ir Member for St. Josenh Wfl not thai she doubted the The dlvfeinn and cantonccr in Barbados was getlnril „ ^^ no ff|)r to fa)| Q |n Covernmrnt but she had some„er< 9.5 pcrx; h l n . > h £ fSS* 1 ** ol on crease the salary of a man staying .*„, %  ago had a talk with a certain at Newcastle, si. John, bv New! .. British t.uiana. )n Barbados because he bed a post Fneli-'h woman who observed to castle Estate Lid. in addition to '" %  '*""• have been caused bT s By ,h ,L !" i0n i^l e n,!, which couWi lH in d V* "E W that many people from her SB9.536 square feet in lo5 .So at ,,e *"* had received a vio! % %  life of h.mhe coud homP lown were often willing Newcastle by Newcastle Estate U l r ^ w on lne .J"S? ... not soe how a Government could t - nccent lobs In the West Indies. Ltd. wilh the execpuon of tot No. Greenidge said that the de%  "•aaed was his wife Ihe report of Ihc C In Carlisle Bay innkine thei attractive people and foi lhal reason honourable members would 1* where 1" that night. W % %  ('with any serious crisis b ,. „ M kHcriid not ^ whv wW een should fpel dissali"-|hgro f.wl becnuw the salaries of the mH icnncies. That as not sufflricn Imnnrlnnt an had been increased. i (or nM | point latfc Of hrinj?inR tho 1>rrg lf )np Government being only, lands of East Point Planti pay of _thrhsads In question on a human being were liable to atf Uon, St. Iliilip. by Messrs. G. L. when ther31; thf division and sale of 1&4.14S CFJ ^' i w s showed that square feet nl Ventnor Golf Club fno, 5* r V P 61 adrartisRood, Itorkley. by Mr. Jacob I" J "" P ?,,'„ n Bernstein; the dividing and letft* 0 "?' wt^ L that memting for purposes of agricultura £J2 I T* !" S Z lent being only, lands of East Point Planta,.VS?-: .* %  n level with the pay for id thai In 'he face of F, and S. B. Goodlng, Trusi iiwuiig members to provide lrivl lo m .intPin the Anglican ne Resolution had all been large salaries for imported *-ngchurch, and so their bottrr source-; ,, nic ue| earn memoer adding conlishmen, etc. of revonOO did nol have that slmrti ;, e crilicisms. It was tho He would llko to say from the rt rr-"lne weak, viewing the salaries in 1948 had r,>r --, it from him to defend said that the salary structui lie said, for the t/* ider should at least last for BvS .Me of doing that better •* It would mean as far as he WB t v, nn r.-tvo^e ot them. More than concerned that i' the salari stature ha i„, DO OH ma' 1 ARHivtis nr a M i He look lur In the General ON MUNHAV Hospital after a doctor ssw her. '',""!_* %  ."' %  ". u Ot! June IS he idc.it.ne.1 O.e bocly ^"fuZ"&*mJSTJ222i 11 the deceased lo Dr. A. S. Cato. urn .... It was about LIB p.m. At this stage the inquest was ad|ourned until Monday, June 23 at 2 p.m. understood where he stood. He said that it look a courageous man to have brought a measure like that before the House, knowing the circumstances ol Barbados and besides, there absolutely would His Worship Mr. ('. W. Rudder, Police Magistrate of District "B" yesterday discharged Verona Df rlanaon Tenantry, St. in the case in which $!" %  was charged by the Polio with IhO murder of a newly born baby OH M..v 23 Mr. F. G. Smith who appeared T.aXsV on behalf of Verona Jacknuin %  H U Ward submitted to the court that U element in the •' %  '" l>aSa Sir.: Altait M.r..M.. Han K.-dwinin, Htln Ii. .. -1. 11. w .,i roll, H.-.lt f Moot*. MnftinNr Merklvi. I ivanon Potd, Annta Ptrrta. Bdllh Mrs. Ward Will Represent local Y.W.C.A. In T'dad "'— TrlaMtdi N. Iluylaivt. K. Itoern, i rarMrlfis. It. Slilm jin, M Mm-lnri I M %  OeoikBg, II Ooodim, A 0iliiitf, 1' aondtng, 4 Ooodlns, n Bcvll. Timm (iir-ii. P Prudlw>mm. Preudlvomnw, L „, „ Atamtar. B D rmu.. J U. I-. Committee meeting of tho moth*, s IIOMM, B WCI-IMT. G. i.iiMonday. Mrs, ,OB cmon. r Camaron u Klcclrd lo *S**g H3k %  "" """" ... IWWlit th. Y.W.CA. t Ult ,,, uTSS*, „, Job „ „„,. crime was nrt t"*nobean Association Conicrcnce M. At 1 \ "hc'SaS^"ev hopea ProvS' l aAd ht cU.,Tcould SS ' b. held In Trinidad g.t .he people they hoped £ d ^ -^ ^ ^ pco sccuAugust 7_ to 19. Other m were to be revised for pcopli one category soon, they tm not only to himself. but to the people of Barbados. Mr was no bers of Vaughan said It nrierlng that the memI .111 trial as the prosecution had not made out prims faaia membois association may from pn^RTuitrH u> n w ) A the Government Party Aftej have to do likewise for people in other categories. He Mid that he hsd pr.-ss?.] for the consideration ot all Govern men t emplo>crs and an nii agreement was resched In which , v ,,".„ hft he nr d that in th -•ae It was deeld-d tu review f-.,.^ 0 f'.'%  fa-t that many of them the salaries and wagrs of *H nv to his Government employees and to l trer u jth, and IhCad thai in the that he had atrced whole-heartr r ]i ( ., feyf Sf ,,„e 0 f Ins speeches edlv. might have been regarded as If il had not been for the pressire son. he wns unable to rcconing demand mode by poo-!e in e | ]( fam. He could not see how the hightr brackets, It1 edUid be said found It impossible to refrain J?arS W from criticising the government. " r ? c ^„, h ,L. kman loft the court ited her and "from" criticising the government. "! r *^„"" *| ,h l nc murd r Pl Insinuations |U wld that with one or two her newly bom baby. When he heard Insinuations exceptions, members on that side eedsjr was a wdlk man (f ln0 ,.,1^ were doubly distressrnd couid not face the Administrad when they found themselves in the posiHon of being forced lo support a Resolution Of that sort. Political Appeal Mr. Vaughan In an attack on the Leader of the Government said "I am making a political anneal to you. The politiral 'uuirVrS-Thc ffir 2 IhU Ho U is loin. inat aner me ____ w ,„_ ,„_I.L., that the local attend. A gcnoral meeting of tho Y.W.C.A. will he held on Monday. June SO, at 8.30 p.m. Lady Savage, the patroness, will be present. Inlgad (i l^in.hf.t. W MaVi %  pool, Pl Cuopar, II. J 0.1*. n BBMawasaa C Oagootf, r Brrmi n ai*..<-i. a, M. ,,... II. Boxlrr, I> W.lcom*. 1 MOKSB W WMUI-I 'I.H.I. 11. 1Slhtli Ma, 1 Ii .1.11 C.CLL. INDEX nmutm 9r\ma The co^l of living Inoeg remained the same at the end <>r month. 313. This Is bli increaftlast month a a it ws-i the prevfout of two figures I the STRONG WINDS YESTERDAY There were strong winds accompanied by Intermittent spells n{ rain yesterday. Tho stroriK winds MAKTIM^I Vau**nt*. M 1 St LUCIA r Marnlu. C. %  I %  l'airavirir>, A. bla), J GKCNADA: I Palx SI. lam q %  ., %  Air urn* • had mi * l >' igneTdaTi. he could Dot since f T^h^Jh^ ^P'c an sntin" ,,* 1 .. 2r" the low 1 b) lUl when he nP*S?iij-Kii vanLs i be glad 10 see tl % %  I ju member for St John higher rank, v.. %  "/ %  "stape'MrV O. T. Allde'r *^ hc ^^.V.^^nrofeSnal .iderat'on. because t > and said ^;Vm\ hc RcSuK'She that they would not be overlook, ; ,,ntoneei ^ '"• ^ c ^ vote a single •**• %  I in envelope with ^^Suiiv He said r %  n" "^Sf 1 lhM In .h^theVh.^ Grants Retrospective w-oei's pay. ThU man was an JJ { | ^ nc ^H ion w hc rc there — id a dearth of adminlstrati of tho yeu a m K *ya* 311. in 1 %  it had a ll'nip to 31* (ind the following month dropped two The In mean iincg 11139 on all -'1281 and on food only, 192.87. The i>asis i 103. bcginnirig | al i y in lhe St Michael area, bu. l-.dr SVal. Auiiln llliftli Por I'DKHT'I WCO: Mr A..lia HriHUWKt, Ml. Caff a M fHiUlll. Mr WsfNa Itu.rl. Mr. Pariiira't.t l>ti',(.iMl, Sir Jiim DBMrrSS MUa MllllC'nl %  pfeasa, %  Dntaie mfnutas at a time. During tho ^*'"l*•"....* a.ffreir ...<.. J day it was not sufficiently icgular M ft in hinder pedestrians travelling. 1 !"iid hung over the island all day. MAIL NOTICES "Brazil'' And "Planter" M.i Whenever -those recomrr-.i This ndnasiist-mt enntonccr. The Steamship Ilr.;;II .Uta ,e ability c. inrriay morning HOUSE BROKEN Hill DO llOMd I lions wcrebe^-mVde. he d .."ConUnumt. M^^ale^ MM lg^ 2 SSTZ^'+gmj* i^ !" Z&dttJZ n £?'ZZ effect t: that 1 'Senior Manbertorau JJ^ UtaBd constitution by the „„„„ -,-,,„ lll n .". i -! that they would hav April 1. 1969 ... .. *ar"l Mail and Oissnan' Mail st S Cwendolyn Brewster of walku .m arid OWM" Mau im Tenantry St Georfci reth* ssih juno. twi li, t -|slard'. conslllullon by in. mntm. Thla il.12.1-!,,,, *,,„ hi ,, ^, rlod ,„ i, ,.„,,„ u,,', h ,., M.u; >.. n, y !" . M...1M-. ., amm so"m to know* lhal cubscribe to an: thing thai tend lo i inh r.. r. Any sliow%  P "tea for eeai : %  rrived romctime between 7 nd 11 Townthai ministerial status In lay "mornan., on Tuesday and articles to l '*'^' M U, \-oghan ^^ U ^ l tir g k u,u raaagl the value of *28.15 stolen. a£FSm § m M what arithmetical method %  M .!.: % %  -I it stood u-forc Ibom, ti*y I see from thr |M under g. On fsge Rations. W killy for the HARRISONS EROAO STREET Real beautiful Plain and Brocaded Satin ti J2.S1 yd. Allovcr Lace la KM and M.13 yd. Kinbrnidcred Orciindie from S3.42 to M.52 yd. Plain and Watered Taffeta from $1.13 lo $2.00 yd. Bridal Veils from 8S.S0 lo $12.75 Bridal Headdresses from $tM to $4.05 AIOH.\ VOIR TAHLK FOIt VOI'lt IMIITIES We now offer in our Home Products Dept : Embroidered Tea Napkins @ $6.00 & $9.50 a Set Cocktail Napkins in Linen @ $11.60 a Set Special Painted Cocktail Mats @ $2.50 a Set CAVE SHEPHERD ti CO., LTD. 10-13 OAD $T, •HOI' CAN F.-UON IT BEIM1 THE SWEETEST TREAT f *&m MADE IN V K The Perfertioo of fonfeeilon. Ready-to-serve treat for fuerfdf HriNz Vegetable Salad in Majaja. naise is a delightful mixture of choice vegeiables, diced, cooked and blended wilh HHNZ delicious Mayonnaise. Ii can be served by itself as hond'ocmrc*. ith lettuce and other greens as a complete meal, or you can offer it as • >|| ial,le will, coUl i.,. ,i. Buy HtTNZ Vegetable Salad in Mayonnaise today.' mx aYOWri T_V-i HEINZ ON: OF THE VABIITIIS VEGETABLE SALAD tVfu snuty&**t4U4e> SOMITIUX1, v#;n / SOMETHING USEFUL! \ mi\\ ABSOIBLNT CELLULOSE SPONGF (Not Rubber) variety of delightful colours and for eviry purpose. For your Dath — For yuur Tuilet For your Baby—For your Household It misssces the skin It lathers soap Into fosm II la Rrilenle — can be cleaned by bolllsc Alwajs I" i-f-h and Clean See Them and (let Yoars Ta-dsy KNIGHT'S DRUG %  .•. %  .:;v,:v*v.'* c eaiieeeoe " i at ai rn eaaaaaeJ STORES I I



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( •AMA DOS ADVOCATE niiRsiivv nve u, its* CLASSIFIED ADS.I P,BLM ***** : %  >;' 1*1 Ml I WEAI. ESTATE I.IF.D at rci -,* ju., |, gate * i*K at M i-.r. %  MM MM abea n I CHari— id'and Wtrklwi iv t ran ANNMJMBMKNT9 •rf tami* today. v'A.vn:] HELP COOK An %  i/vi Rood* 31 P-achaa o( -iwl TS* MVN la MH of MMC and t at prvaeanl OIVKMO hHo l*o >laU Each Sat c-miauii dtawtng aeS dtauia %  %  —~ —A %  ntvunuiu. 1 iHaioimf wiUi %  ivlm I u|-MaM>. b-l t-tttwsit fMtwi ml luMi in yard 1-* *•> 'P^!l4l I. Jtal MM — .'! I", ,t (.,. fc.1* .. 1 M B, I -i s • .< .. Of*, lAJWOTON SaTALT. Luraa Btrr.1, Solicitor* %  1.9 H-S*. Ml MM OR I durtoBy l-ras* %  %  ,.....! I 1 "MiBj ,7. Dui 4411 I'.Vfc ...... ISM M... l>... fur* OBMM Sj ulaaa „fB|> (SB. %  -Merna <_>*U>i> h->.uMt, Worrit Lor Saloon, W..:•(*> 14 "—i. A-40 Salon-), % %  BB,fl|, J .l-j M.,. rley Newt. Wrfc-tTp. Fur am* in, M Fu:t fl-MU Garaf* US. ns MM. l> %  H—*. awrllina BOUM rontaina U*m* "v.o UJrcBw, aitGIc>l(r. SBIMI CW) intl-nrM. Oavriinarat w-lrr .,.>ul.rd. I.-.** *tr4 '.>. r-.. U l im ii H to ll kii.m IS, int.. '"wi." Mr hour* of |) i in. and 1 p at. Tha Dbov* dwrlUnf homo will r>r art II far nW By publK' aanpdtlllon -1 oui uokd, J.MNM sucst, an rntiay iiu. Ju.,. 11 pi NaW Morrta Model J Cab ..vat IviaBM 1MWI, Vaaa BSt*4> :-nMOT*. C %  All f*l. | Salivary, fort Hofal Caraga LM %  T^MaAwa UM u u-i .AJiJD iwmirB A. 'i nrydm Aoto. Ktpfta IMMC. %  Id odfil lvEUU-'.SION SUPTlXMaWT YOU* 1NCOMB <' %  i % %  : %  : %  hill n FOH HKAT HOUSES AKratliv.. BB— l fl, : I i. Unaa. aMMrMb|y fni..>tird ( Inill'* lUth. Pp.. BOP IH-I-OII tor MMptei Fi Taiphon mm. II I IB—1 r i FARAWAY. I i f.rnlahJ ro> i--i %  Dafrmbrr only. DM1 MIC ELECTKJCAL j ul rxnvad #r Minwm „l I.c Kmpoi rVK UATTSMY SETKJ nnd tmnel fhwK ilrdBtn* M in wtd* all raducad in aa CnM rard al KIPTA1 ANI. t? Swan "tratt IP 6 W EHUNal in-. Alii .ni.-a pin imllM DUl 41SS. ilrildl llnlrhli.oon A C' 11 .U 4n IIU.Ntt-B-d Irena R, > tumtUH-i li i Commonwealth Anthem Suggested LONDON. A. i ommonwealth A BU)tl*'i.'. i 'l in (he currrat iuo 0 "NAw CcnnroonweaUh" tn cour* ol conmuii! on plans for next yratV Coj-nalion'^ t.-u-monies. BoKJiics "God Save the Queen," tli other Common WDB I tn COUDtrie-, have their own Mithems. "But is ll not I lourrwl rontlnue?i, ''we rpali"ed the newi foe n Common wealth Anthem?" The writer goes on to sy: "What baxd or tompoter could a$k for n loftier subject? Should not the Pocl Laureate In this country, and poet* and camposeri throughout the Commonwealth. take this into serious consideration? We cannot, of course, achieve great poetry or music by committee, nor can Inspiration U t-nmmanded, hut a body so wldel\ loprcscntative an the Coronatioi CoinmiHslou might wHi conaMa whether huggestlons should be Invttgfl uion this subject, similar eayportuntty occur for some time. "A noble Common wea HI Anthem might play %  niei.ible part In helping to blno our family of nations n.orc close!;. together. The poets and compoaer, %  re often our most powerful legislators." —uE-a. Tl %  in missing Ministerial Status as it vi, .J^fiLi ISL^S^UL^H —" %  "^ f^ 1 -o^ 4 *"^ W "l/rSea* SnUmanlal aa the ^&^J^2Z*i2! r £?wi2*& hvm *2LC*to -**• Jun.or Member for St. Oeorge." taa Houav to smy Out the Hnapiui j^^, ^ Deprtnnto If the he said, I would point out that -iMd was not bettor MM now it mtur wu postponed unUl such lor ovor a period of years I hove is being administered by gov. Q M U another Itosolutlon was %  uceeodod in destroying tho rule ernmont. prepared and sent down. of the privileged parties, only to Attacking the ipeech made by rfr. Talma expressed fear* nay the rule or Ministerial Status Mr. Adams trhasi he Introduced that "this Labour O^jvernment 1 the Rosolutlon, Mr. Vaughan auld peinii led up wrong allevs," onlld*y in.10111 day el J,.i iSU at 1 p.'u tn* lolfc-wing J--i nhairi in WaM 1Mb BHmlt C l-i.4taO 111 aja>a in Writ India Sum BrBoarr Co. lanltng K • MlTOl.lJB St CO SoUelloiv /aughan said. The Junior Uso Labour Party it tho last |ec : "•"M 52T fu" \5^1 ^ Z* anJ. on4 lestro out the rank nd poor."* Of the "marks by the fllo who ^ned thia very Labou: .unlor member for St Peter, he Government in securing seats. taid "he had not a bit said anyH WM honina that it wu thing to Justify this ResoluUon; S^SS^VSt^ SS^ ha 6 u5% "* My d yrt > undsrmtos the policy of the **a "*Labour Oovernjnoat, and lood to H. continued "the senior mem%?sWt^&^2a& a, !" ber for It. Je-eph can be rj* ^^^S^LSlTSS'tSZ ^ umfflU lhflt *** lust fc tow d oaUy ovw^ofldent on cortain Vnmft )n |ne 90uMm ot „„,„, to disagree with tr* Oovernmcn: AUCTION w.ll -1 1 Mart, v. .i.i nonai. hmU \ I. G-nU undrrCoal-. Oanrial Bolta. Ktmrv j^Sllaf A Cullali-** MghUottOS. SJl, Kl ladlr* nrn-'lns Oni LndMn llawr siaMtkr aeS flSsi aHT. •Uackala. uaoUan %  HOB ——.. Motor Car rm. TOO'J. TMlrt rixtura*. Lawn Mowrr, M platr* !-.unl*• ireianna B tmmi MSf. MO balh St *. rtooi lilaa. OalvaniM anaat i, Galv. plfd, '. — lUMlowf, • PII (ASH M ArKP-N7.Il. .._ IB UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I hnva boon liutroelr'. By on# of Oia lam>drlra lo aall al No 16 Ht*n Htirri ..n Tti.irodJw nrxx Ur isth at S p m tho (ulluwuts .— II dr % % % %  %  1 lady'i coat. S IUIU. SO roaU, S pra. pai hard ahirta 2 wi" roata. 1 ci-ah aonl. iOirr Hen DARCY whlW hak and TIBJ15 USM A. SCOTT. Aurtionaai i* • si. a* On* OvalUnr Ic purehai of S Urn %  d alnflv S siven Irra wiib o( OV-IUM Lanta othaiBjiai. Krcp us. uiat-aa I'AT BAHTS— SuppllBa of rat baits:rpi.rr.l b(h* AarW-.ittiiral Sori B tr i I innvnil.iblr to the grnaral public II o Omllrd period nt tho BIMI Shad, Hrrn'i Park, and nviy U> purchaarS each hatwrrn lha hour*, of S rurpt from II anil 4 p i M It D !0-3rt !" In tho I>al1r Talaftas* a* IViO:IO.D-P; now rtiadoi by Ahonly a fao >r> in lordrn Co.* K.I ItMimnUU*!. T.l P-tl for may Wo Sir I Ihr rnd nf I i.'harl LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Thr appllrntlon of HWhard C Naton >!n.iikrrpar of Collyinor* Hock. Idai of Uflnor Uranar No. Ml o*' tu srantwl to John I. SoaU In ranaot cf a 2 room board and .hmsla of BUhopi Court Itill St. aSSO to UM aiS nnor llci-rtar A.al aald prrmiira DUti lllll, St. Mtchaal DatsS l"l1711. Un of lum. 19M t A M.1.BOI) Eaq ,-. M MBafirSW, Dtit "A" II K MAIIKEll. for Applicinl >' H .ppllcaUon will bo conUai aal at a licanalna Court to bo Id at Pttltc* Co.irt. niatrlct "ACM .'onday % %  Inauranr^ Co. J sge S Up Wrong Alloys ,actic-lly shattered tonight." Reniiination The ftrt thing he would be Akvd. ho said, would be how would "hia boys" stsnd up to responsibility. He had already told them that >f they voted the| x^ssr£r-isS ss3S?Si?J ^^-SJ hi and vould resign. That was tho only way Constitutional Government could be carried on. They had come in with all the old arguments which had been very useful M years ago when they wore trying to destroy the Conservatives and they had got such s habit of making such In this colony, but the ,J^„ Uc ._ acn /' m ff? t J"' P On cortain matters, and on this b€Bt 7 ,I Q d i le, V. Uy v. for i h *.. G T£ rn occasion he realised that tho Oovment Party It they don t Iske a aj^cnt was In a vary embarrass'idden and concentrated review^ i_'position. He ad4ad, "one of thsir sins of omission and BMVT have expected a Rssolucommisiion. The people of tins Hon j)w tb4l to con,, down from colony will not much longer be ronervattve government, not a hypnotised by personality and the r-Kour P r Snriali-. C.ovetnmtnt. .iiflueiK-e and persuosive talk of fi, incres'ifig the salari. UBV1* TfW BU_ ,1/MPT.n . Whpn Mr. Bevln differed from Mr. Atilo*. he tot up ami Mid no and renigncd. But the following nJlht I.would be careful to point out that that wan not to be taken that he would vote against hi. Government. They told the people they were working together In harmony, then the Government came along with a major matter—the wholi r St. Joaenh *T f? a t. j '. rw..^XT^t. with a major matter—the whole .KWicndni "'Jit ?!""' ', ^ r Z .. establishment of the Civil Service Divers TXK Investigate Swedish Plane Wreckage STOCKHOLM. June 17. Divers prepared lo go down lo Ihe bottom of Ihe Baltic Sea, weather permitting today, to investigate the wreckage of the Swedish Dakota which newspapers angrily charged was another victim of Soviet fighter planes. Public indlRnation over yesterday's shootinr; down of the Calalina flying boat reached fever pitch which saw crowds jeering at Soviet officials and burning Communist newspapers. The Swedish press generally voiced suspicion that the Dakota "Flying Classroom" met the same fate M the unarmed Catalina which was searching for it. Conservative Svenske DagblaKed Nydag printed ofr,c,l Comdet aid that the "tl-ory that th, HaM) hut ret ataj* from %£?i?z&z fizz *£2es ^SI&^G the Catalina wa. atUcked in a Soviet manoeuvres? Stockholm non throughout Europe iMorned^ at loss as to what to l %  fatygjj of nsoundlng political "Stockholm'.; stupidity "—P.P. SHIPPING NOTICES irrom Oiir Own C>rr."pr>n.lrnt. GKENAUA, June 17 Hyacinth U* Orende 58, retired Director of the Supply Stores here which he served W years, died early this morning at the Colony Hospital. Ailing over a year, the deceased eight years ago survived l ritical illness and had resumed work for a period Tho flap* of all business houses in the cspital were flown hi respect toi.iy and hta funeral at tho .toman Catholic Church was largely attended. the corps*: lying in itate in the church, where he devoutly served, two hours earlier. He leaves two sons—Gregory being an Agricultural Assistant, and four daughters. .... J Hon. P. C. Noel and B. C. H. _^____—— Moore the Legislature's delegalef ..HtUOR LICENSE NOTICE! I the Conference of the "Wi irsANsrsa. ANO KBMovAi., Indian C.P.A. Branches, leave to Thr application of Moo tea WhlUvay ( moiTOW for Jama it. .f St Davidi, C). Ch purchaaar of Liquor LacasM No 1017 of IBftl %  anted M Kannrth Smite), In MM-." t j a board and %  alvaniird %  nop attache a [ > IWaldaftr* nl Walla T.-nantrv Cl. C1. D>lrii-I "D" for tMrmlMlon to Bases ilia utd llrrna* at u board i .... %  i, ,-,i ,PU ,..u..ni.rl atttaSbtf aj in Ch within DWtrlrt and to in.' thn Mid IMa.vM at BIM-H t dracrlbad prrmtMii Dated inia isth day of June mi W KlTDOnt Eaq DWUlrt "B". l.VALL lirST. f..r Applicant appiicaUon will bconat me l.ii'rmtng Couri lo br Mo-.it.> %  SHh day tf June, ISM at Folk-* Court* the) asnior member for SL J' The people ars sxpsric harder facts, and every day they %  £•£; of ln ; cTvilServire. Bu. h6ar : wsp r ;pe ri ,, i liato r"i2 SLXLi^SSSS'tS^M! 1 "*ft n the Honourable Member leader rn^aria laSS ^f St ^S^SSttt^ "VZ rl S t IS P F iP^S Id being catapulted lTOfn T ** m enar said, U perfectly true." he aald. power. The people of Barbados He Mid that it would be more "<• "> iiwung more than inferiorwill not be always asleep. The htme*'?ia, to train some of the Ity eomolex. pBOpW put you here and demandisland'* unemployed to fill tech..They were saying that overyOd bread, but this Resolution Is nical poits. and etr/vrewed fear-t U-ing ofllcia s told the Govern%  stons". that when the salaries of the njJ—; him *•. 1 t: h • %  %  tW 1 He continued, tho senior momHeads of Departments were inHe had "*> by no officials ber for St. Joseph has confidence creased, the doors would 1* closed on tho matter before them. But in his people, but, Mr. Vaughan to qualified people from the Unias ho had pointed out to the nrned. the people's confidence In vsrttUss because employees who party and was pointing out to the you Is rutnlng out." roach the top would want to stay House then, they know what they Returning to the Resolution, on over their time. we !" doing They knew what Mr. Vaughan aald he would not Mr. P. E. Miller urged Govthey had to do on that matter ami vote ono cent more for a Heademinent to compromise the matho could not make It clearer. aster of any school or for any ur. and postpone consideration The Honourable Member for educational officer until the oduof the Resolution until a similar St. Philip had not been really cat tonal policy of this colony is £esolutlon sJTecting the lower nasty in his language, though ahsoluielv reformed. salaried employees was sent down, perhaps not IntenUonally go. With regard to the technical Mr. JR. T. Braneker . the There was only one valid positions, Mr Vaughan suggested' Last member to speak on tho Rosargument, an argument made by that since the Caribbean Commlsolution. aald that a commission UM Senior Mom ber for Christ slop was a tour member governwould aoon be appointed, but it Church, and even in making it he ment organisation. Barbados would rlart its work under s grave had to put in some nasty remarks. might try to recruit technical perhandicap After all that had beeti Ihe argument was, could they snnnel from the United Stales if .aid, the Cotiimisaloner might afford it Well the Junior Memthose men were not available in well soy he would consider inber for St. George had told them the British Empire. cresses in the light of flnanees. hat he could sfford to psy more One wss entitled to presume taxes and there were many others Adclitionnl Cost that the CornmlssioBer would who could sflord to pay more peruse the report of the Committaxes, but were not pushed to psy He referred to the additional tee and when it was read that the them. cost involved in increasing the M Urlcs in the ivwiior branch of It had been the intention of the salaries as propose*! in the Order, the Service compared favourably Government In the absence of and said that the S180.n<>0 would wi|h ^^ Services, one would the proposed Fiscal Survey employ 360 people at JIO.OO :i no t be surprised If he took It that present the fullest background of week, and serve a much more n W as his duty not to make inthe general financial position of useful purpose. cresses tne economy of tho country. The Mr. Tshws, sold he wantsjg, observed that with the promemorandum had been prepared. ed to make his position clear, and posed increase, some undoubted II was a long document, over 150 said thai while he would be premllQti, would be hsppy in remainpages. pored to vote the salaries of the j n ) n eosrafortable posts while In short, he said, they knew technu-iil personnel, he cotild not qualified persons came and went, their financial position when the suppou ll..Resolution In ao far Renlvine Mr. Q. H. Adam* *" • %  % % %  il Survey came. On that OH the increaMw tor tl,e admUdt... (..— ,*•*,. am the question of rebasis, estimates were put in for traUve heads of dep3rtmsiits were cruitment which hsd been raised SIOO.OOO. So the argument wa* concerned. b* the Junior Member for the answered, they could afford it. He admitted his allegiance to ci'v. He said he did not know And they had already voted It. the Labour Party, but said, "1 where that member got the idea Could Honourable Members also owe allegiance to the 5.00U from, but no colony advertised Imagine that they would come to people who sent me to this Chamim ji recently in the West Indies the House with a flimsy scheme ber." Advertisements, especially mediafter eight weeks of knowledge.' Like other members who spoke lffl i ones, were done by the Crown that the back benchers were preV before him. he strongly criticised Agents. The majority of vac&npared to fight. Government for their delay In ( .i>a were advertised for In the "I challenge them." ho said, considering the lower paid amtfaUy press snd in technical "Let us go to tho country. The ployeos of the Government Serjournals. country know us. They hsve vice, and said that no harm could Some like the Junior Member seen ua too long to believe that be done If Government dsfsrred f or gt. Lucy snd the Senior we sre letting them down." consideration of the matter until Member for Christ Church were What was the difference, it was the salaries of tbe subordinate suggesting that the Government— being aald, they gave the fellows and upestabllshetl staff — the: %  .• or jj, some eases of suggestions, nt the top and not at the bottom. people who suffered most—were himself—had things thrust down It was never intended, but as considered and put before the it „., r throats. That abuse he soon as one wss touched and the House. He objected to the settii.. would pass aside, but he would other had ft grievance, they would asy that the Honourable member necessarily fix the other, for St. John hod seemed to think To correct a wrong impreeasion. that he (Mr. Adsms) would set ho said that he had aald that alabout to make a swan song. It though the Fiscal Survey might waa lust conceivable but not on not be rosy it could not bankrupt .nvthing he hsd said. them if they went on with that. He legretted saying, he said. He added th&t as far as cost of MONTSSAt. -BUSTBAISA. WSW /ItL.VMl I.INB USflTSO. IH.tKI UMK> g.S -ciot-rrjaTXRw MiiadulaS to ...it boon Port PirHMay Hat, Davaaaort J in. Mb. Malboum. June MO*. BydtVW Juna Sun Briahana July MS, anrnng at narbadaa akaut AusuM SSt. in addition lo farvrral caifa tSM vaaaal hi. aneM apaea for en Iliad and bard rroaast canto. Carte accepti-l on thraugh QiUa of Lading tot tmahirMt at TrlaJdad to BrIUah Guiana. Laa-ranl and Windward Islaess. roe forth** parUaMlan apply— HS-fl" WTTaVT a CO.. LTt., DA COSTA A CO., 1.TIV. WW'>WWOW JOOayS. lOf^ T. M.V "CACIOUX OIL 5 CABIBE' Will accept Carao and O IVaannactn for St. Lucia. eC • Thr nocapt Canra for Dominie*, Marat. NavU and St. S S.ahnC mday lOUt Inat. The M V ''MOrntKA-' aerapt Car so and Pai-fi.K*ri Dotnliuca. Antir'". "SSni Nnl. and St. KUlta, fnaay STth Mat. CaaMsMa — T-I-. Ha. SMT ^Mc0a,S* !" £#CNEW YORK SERVICE. aaila SO Juna gfg S jag UarbaO. l-t July. NEW OBXEANS SERVICE. CANADLIN SFRVICE -1TNDIU" 'T1STA'' "ALCOA Por-fTUt" "A STEAMER' .. -A .STTAMF.R" .. sAjag 'aoM Maataaal Ma.' IStt. May STth Juna ISlh Juna Tth JiSy Htt "!*< %  aaraasaa JUT* *Mh July Ittk Jutir sett. ROaUET TafOM LTD.— NEW YORK a. OCLP SERVICE Apply:— |>A COSTA CO.. LTD. CANADIAN SRRVICE SSSSatSSs;N THE 4 fVIIIU i \lI>OHH M Osener Broad snd Tudor Streets up of ,iiiv new commission snd said that the same committee which deslt with the hlghfi e sdod officials, rather than merehold out a promise to the smaller employees. It was entirely und siussly uoave you discovered' these delicious Sifwuits ? .. .i-l fair to say that the unestablished that that night members of the living wss concerned, they hsd via Trinidad.; staff should not hi> considered Labour Party had gone as near decided to leave it in abeyance. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL PEANUT CAKE B 6c. varli ARBADUSY UER1E8 DIAL 4758 jill. .JAMES STREET NntitT MI Appliralion for Naiurali/aliiiii. Nollco is hereby given that Jerzy Josef Jan Tsd ii^' Klimczynski of "'Fernihurst" Deacons Road St. Michael, is applying to the Governor for Naturalisation, and that any person who knows any reason why natural Ira tion should not be granted should send s written and sigrsed -totement of the fads to the Colonial Secretary. 19.8.52—2n. | i you have not lasted *OvgJtiRC' Bis. nits >ou have a treat in Moss, You will imd them so crisp, so .';li,inL L, M si IMiiinp. llirjroicepiiongl nour Uhins qualities ned distin;LIH'ICJ fl'.uour jredue to the high quality of tbeii inyrcdicntv which •ntludc a pr.ip.rtion of 'CKjltin.." the w4WkT> moM ponahr rbe| bt ^ ia U E*. I 01 ml fJCWltOrM llMN i. luitliiiii: ^jiiiu* s,. %  |1] [if t1 1 i)\ ihltW hi.tiiis. Keep your children.. • FIT AND STRONG OVALTINE Your children will ilwaes be lull of lun —full of cucrgv . have s real sect for work or plsv ... il you give them HALIBORANOl-: every day. It h rich in the body-building snd protective viumim A & D—ensures stronp hones and muscles, mcresse* rrsmancr to illness. Children love taking Ilalihorange — the pwrc halibut oil is bkmkd with orange juice to mskei. extra delicious. It'* grand for adults too. Haliborange THE NICEST WAY OF TAKING HALIBUT OIL *a. I ti -W IT.'' RffS sssl aW %  idrroeft ii irutiu the* rSjiVvVs,'! % % %  M O M S* a M >ooe>ess>•>••• %  •< PLASTIC ITEMS IN ALL COLOURS KITCHEN SCOOPS GRATERS BOWLS CUTLERY TRAYS LIME SQUEEZERS CRUET SETS GLASSES FUNNELS F.GG TIMKRS KITCHEN CANISTERS ETC., ETC SEE OUR SELECTION GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES HICKm 8THQT (Oppcite Pest Oface) PHONI Mil <. I Tu-u Special Lines umunf/ Ihimnnfi others ire hurljust opened. THEY ARE TWO &f BARGAINS. 54 inch ANDAR CREASE RESISTING SUITING at $3.52 Per Yard. .11 IN ,. rlANBI *> I III LONDON I I A SERVICE TO THE HEN Of BARBADOS Good quality KHAKI PANTS, all Sizes $5. 75 Each RELIANCE VALMKTTQ OT. I SHIRT DEPOT. I'HOM. 174. I Shad White. Parchment Gold. Jewel & SHARKSKIN Dawn. Pink. Bermuda. Tiger Shades at $2.80 per yd. Tiger Gold. Jewel. Dawn. Pink. Bermuda & White. A. E. TAYLOR LTD. lulcridse Street. WHERE THERE ARE JNO PARKING PROBLEMS And where QUALITY IS HIGH —: and :— PRICES ARE LOW So Wal 4100



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Sl'.ND.-W. U la 1ST 3, mi Sl'NDAV ADVOCATE i' Vt.i I II rcKN NOTICE PEASANTS LOAN HANK THE PEASANTS' LO AN BANK ACT lWi. To the Creditors hotting liens again*, t the Peatant Holdings T AKR NOTICE thai the peasant owners mentioned m the First Column of the Table hereto annexed are about to obtain under the provisions of the above Act the sum if money respectively set out in the .Second Column of the Table opi-osile the names of such peasant owners by way of loan against the peasant holdings respective! v mentioned and described in the Third Column of that Table opposite such names D. A. HAYNES. Manager. Peasants' Loan Bank Dated this 31st day of July, 1952 APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS. PEASANTS LOAN BANK NAMES St. Michul Bivombe, LayinU u .. T'\ brathwaite. Junes Dec. per Bralhwaite, Albertha Clarke. Ada Dunnah. Charles A. (1) Eat wick. BwUaraln R. Ilarewood, George Hood. Geraldiae St.C Layne, Clementina NUM. Cflon (S) Phillips, Evao Phillij.* Oacar A Rose. Edwin N Thompaon. Josephus 4. HoraUo si Jaaaaa Adam!-, Ethel and Owen Beckle; Albetuu Holder. %  Abraham llowell, Miriam and Clement .. Roach. St. Clair Robinson, Ruth et alia Thongf, Ceraldine TyreU, Clara Wn-khim, Fii7 Gerald %  St. Peur llowvn. Rupert Leon St. John, Kenneth ami Ura'thwaite. U. C Turrin, Eleanor St. Lucy Aaard. Jacqueline St. E. Austin, Lionel A. (4) . Buwen. Handel C G reave*, James Conrad Johnson, Burton Johnson, Richard Marvllle. James E Roach, Giocon A. (5) .. Sobers. Ivan C Yearwood. Hugh M St Andrew Allcyne. Hubert Rovell. James H. CoUle, Albert Dottin. Frederick G v Hollow/ay. Norman Mullen. I^urence Prcscod. MaUUa .. Sobers. Leonard Springer. Joseph N. Toney, Joseph E. .. Ward. Richard F St. Joseph Best. Rupert A Bryan, Bonny Eyre (•) St John Clarke, Woodroollu St.C. Nurse. Mary Glad}'* Shorey, Sarah Anne (7) St Philip Alleyne, Clarence H. Alleyne. George William Alleyne St.Clalr Brathwaite. Douglas and Layne, Mabel Brathwaite, Louise D. Browne, Gertrude Clarke. Mar Donald Forde. Leolta B .. Gittens. Joseph B. Greenldge. Allan H. Greenldge, Eva W. (8) Holder, Mm.... Hunle, James T. Jones Oneal St.C. Eat. Larrler, Richard Dec. wi Larrier,Richard f. Larrler, Thomas C. Mapp, Joseph DaCasta .. Marshall, John W. Mascoll, Ewart G. Mason, Joseph St.C. McCarthy. William H. Weekes, Wilhelmlna Christ Church Bradshaw, Charles C. ,. Crlrhlow, Viola Graham, Samuel Kins. Cecil King. Mary E. et all.. .. Laync, James E Moore, King Herman Nurse, Samuel A. (9) .. Nurse. St. Clair Pollard. Joseph Powlrit. Robert James (10) Tull, Arthur F, and Constance 3t Oeorge CaUeoder. Ethelbert Lucas, Nod Leon NeblMt. AUrsd Walthe, Violet and Deane, Archibald Wharton, Meta I. St. Thorn*' Brathwaite. John per Brathwaite. Eustace ., Carrington. Ruth Drtwalf Mary Edey. Elijah (II) Grixn. Ruth Odle. Kenrlck R (11) Payne. Joseph A. Stuart, Bias Thompson, Leonora Yearwood. Frederick A. Amount krantad I C ?6.00 100.00 42 00 20 00 75.00 JO. 00 120.00 27.00 S B.00 D.00 27.00 38.00 35.00 40.00 3M.90 36.00 30 00 30.00 50.00 100.00 M 00 85.00 50.00 378.00 50.00 108.00 10.00 150.00 70.00 380.08 50.00 144.00 260.00 225 00 36 00 120.00 38 00 100.00 108.00 5O.00 71.00 60.00 216.00 10 80 108.00 M.OO 28.00 36 00 76.08 3800 150.00 ,8:8 MOO 50.00 20.00 ll •0 00 II 100.00 1 180 100 875.00 40.00 •0.00 10.00 20.00 50.60 38.00 38.00 12.00 75.00 Locality Hdgg-ti Hall Jackmari" Haggatt Hall Wavell Avenue Fairlield Hacsatt Hall Lodse Hill" Haggatt Hall Westmoreland Garden Deane's Villa mWestmorcland Curiosity Village Prospect rden and Ml. Standfast Sea View Newaleat. Ashlon Hall Pie Corner Pie Corner Harrisons and Checker Hall Sea View Tru Risk Pie Curner Checker Hall and Barrows Nr. Lowland Checker Hall Rarrisoni Mount All Friendship and Cans Garden Mount All St Simons Mount AU Bcllcplain* Mount All Relleplaine Whltehill Nr The Spa St. Sylvan* rr 'Aft Nr. Bayleys Stioud I. iiid Endeavour and EaMbourne Penny Hole Stroud Land Marchlicld and Klrtons March field Diamond Valley Belair and Ruhy Marchfleld Airy Hill Nr. The Homo Eastbourne Stone Hall Kirtons Nr. St. Martin* BayfleM Nr. Long Bav Nr. Union Hall Nr. Mt. Pleasant Bay lay.% Kirtons BartletU Maxwell Hilt BartletU Edey* Village Industry Hall Kntrrjir; .' Pegwell Bournes Nr Hope well Walls Tenantry Maxwell Hill Charnocks Munroe Village HagRutt Hall Dash Valley S liorpe Cot !unroe VIII ago Welchman Hall Carrington's Village Christie's Village Spring Farm Rock Hall Briditefldd and Jacju Welchman Hnll Arthur Seat Arthur Seat Hlllaby 1 2 1 0 i a 8,865 00 5 .2 ii. 2 nl, 1 w 2 1? 1 1 (15 X 1 INI > M J HI; H t III t 0 IS I 1 14 4 3 in 1 1 1 ml 1 X 1 00 1 (1 10 4 > mi 4 M 2 H %  0 00 > 1 -.'.-, A 0 :r, 2 in 1 %  a > Ull X 0 H 1 2 n; X m 1 • 00 i i 2 0 1 X X 14 1 02 X X n 2 00 1 0 II 1 1 00 1 X M 0 X JJ X INI I mi X 20 X %  1 0 02 X llll I II X II 03 X 00 2 0 III, 4 X (III 4 0 '1.1 1 1 02 III X (in 1 0 III 1 X 1 to Ti 1 0 04 X 07 1 0 37 1 X %  X %  X 00 ft I 00 I 00 1 X 1 oo (III 1 2 1 211 3'. St. Andrew Best. Burton Forde. Darnell A Walkas. Oliver St. Jotepta .jr.-...ter, Eustace McD. lit Helena Straker. Winston St Fhillp Rrathwaifr, Arnold EM Hrj'.lu^iiit.-. Ri, ruird H. Deper Brathwaite. Joseph. En 144 00 n oo SO.00 100. 00 58.00 71 00 8UPPLBMKHTAEY LIST Or APPLICATIONS FOE LOANS PEASANT8 LOAN BANK lull. Samuel SeirTert McClean. Lincoln ?%  '. Moore, Joseph N Dec pi Moore. Reginald DaC Sargeant, Laurie P. St. Janss Austin, George Beinetd Johnson, Matthew (13) Small. Winston Ellison It Patar Clarke. Adolphus NlcholU. Oswald A 8t Lucy Alleyne, Ada Letltia Archer, Salbarn Green. Kenneth and Isabel Griffith. Alphonso W. .. Johnson. Vera and Frederick O'Neal. Arnold Edwin §2S gZBfSSBS** CoHymore. Ae*.. ..Amount MM xo.oo 30.00 OS 00 71.00 34 oa if 00 00 00.00 x.oo 100.40 MM Locality Hajgatt Hall liajgall Hall and Burneys Haggatt Jlall 8 grant's Villa**, older s Hill Ntrholl's VlllaoAthlon Hall Ttl: tjl in tesr Harrt>n. ftrtreat | Rock Hall Villajr ;Thr Rlik I I ? 11(1 %  I II X 15 1 I %  } •>: %  1 I | 1 1 0 1 1 %  J M 1 %  1 (Id 1 1 II 1 1 at 1 1 m and chrlatopher 120 00 Clarke. Daphne E. et alia Coppm. Nella Alleyne .. Moaeley. Georfe Alorua Jor .. 40.00 170.00 110.00 Pilgrim. Trie lonie M 00 OUnat Ckrcli Bi.pham. Samuel 100.00 Cook. R H.;(.nr. 54.00 Snmll. John 72 SO Trounan, Israel •0 00 St Oeori, 22.00 (lodd.n. Adelaide K 7ft.M St. Thora.v. Uwarda, BarUen 45.00 lieuilli'v. AU'x.-inriir 4.00 i Joseph N eo.oo Mayen. James A. 150 00 Medici d. IIBOn ,. 150.00 Waami. (>p*ai Au(uui 78.00 Mile.. Fill Albert 75.00 UieaUty Moimt'A! Cane Garden Shuffler. ViUa(e Chunbotaau WalkerHailing!.. i Brereton Fi.jr Ro~ <• CoOaje Va!r Bent ham Chancery U.n Charnock, Daah Valley Greens Caninslon Village Farmer. Hlllaby Wclchm.in Hall Welchman Hall Welchman Hall t 0 00 1 0 44 3 It 00 (HI 00 GOVERNMENT NOTICES Alter (AmendmentI Unler. IMt N i I in th. inTUial Oaisatb 2. Under this Order the maximum retail aellin. I net— Red Cedar No. 1 and 2 Ol lun'.ablc D. pre a* lollow.;— M 311 20 34 34 00 22 APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS PEASANTS LOAN BANK "B" A|.;uii..: NA4KF.S iMHlIti A H. p. 1 3 39 %  sjMBsal ,,„,(„! 20 00 ajrarrtect St. F.r Clarke. Adolphus %  ,. Ashlon Hall J c. 72.00 St. Lncy Archer, Salbarn Babbs 1 0 31 300 00 04 00 St Aneraw Sli.kei. Winston Walker. 2 0 00 540 00 144 00 1 0 00 270.00 SI. Plnlip Hayncn, Clarence l^npold Ilayfield 2 00 .'.in i— St. Oeorge Neblett. Alfred Daah Valley 1 2 IS 1X8.00 200 00 1.7X5.00 APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS PEASANTS LOAN BANK. "C" NAMES Locality A R P. Amount %  ranted 130.00 300 0(1 Amount previously granted %  t Mldiael Burroucs St. '.I-:. Maughan William 11 Lulher Deacons Road Paynes Bay I 1 00 2 01 450.00 APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS PEAiANTB LOAM BANK "D" Locality It Mlcliaat Arthur. Thornat 1(111. Samuel MffTt MeClean, Lincoln Eit. Moore, Jovph N. Dec. per Moore. R. A. DaCSiiiUh. Lilian Stuart. Dorothv ft Kiutor:i St J.I 111 CH Pariay, Mtnlhy A. Miller, Alfred und ( Licorlsh, Florence Rcevps, Dudley . Snull. WiiiMon Ellison Bt PeUr NlcaoJU. Oswald A Turptn Eleanor | St. Lucy Allrynf. Ads U-tit;i Corbln. Marion Green. Kenneth A Isabel Johnson. Vera Bi Frederick Marvllle. James E. O'Neale. Arnold E. Sobers, Ivan C Sobers. St. Clair McD. Bt. Andrew Bovell. James H Forde. Darnell A. Foster. F-smond E. J0BM, Cyril Lewis, James A Walkes, OUver Ward. Richard St. John Codrington. Edith A.. Nurat, Mary (lladyt St. Philip Alleyne. ClaremM II Alleyne, Melvln W Alleyne. St. Clair Brathwaite. Arnold Est Brathwaite. Richard Der per Brathwaite. Josepti. Ern and Christopher Clarke. Daphne et alia Forde. Leolta B Holder, Milton Mascoll. Ewart G, Maaon. Joseph Si C. .. file f,.-, .:i.r Pilgrim. Irle Ionic Ohrl*t On arch %  radshaw, Charles C I^yne. G. Kathiean Moore. King Herman Pollard. Joseph Small. Cation C, Small, John Trotman, tsrael Wiltshire, St. Clair Cave Hill HaiKuM Hall llagsatt Hall 1'iir r.i' and HwKKntl noil Hi.jm-.-i Hnll liickni;.!.We-il..,, Curiosity Villae Wisjasnft VUlaRr The Whim Ash ton Hall Archer* Checker Hall Oabbs Batraai Checker Hall and Barrows Rock Hall Villsge CMclter Hall Harrlxoru Hlllaby Mount All Triopath Mount All Mount All Cane Garden Wnltchill Stewart! Hill Scaly Hall Nr. Bayleys EasUourne Endeavour and Eaalbournc Duncanf Harlington Brereton Dtamond Valle> Mr. The Horn. Nr. Union Hall Nr. Mt Plea-am Marchfleld Itcntham BartletU Charnock Pegwell Walls Tenantry Nr. Eallnit Grove Char nock •. Silver Hill Sergeant's VilUge 8*e loddiM floddlM. Adalaide K. st Ttaaauw Hnir... Wilhelmlna Coll.ru. Cyril M. . I'hmael. Joaepli Gre Shop Hill ft Grand View !:•.Hall ( hi. -iVlUage Carrineiun Viliare IllllnliV I 0 01 I 0 X* %  %  0(1 IX) 20 %  no %  > m 1 xo 1 I J4 2J0 0d •0 on 100 00 240 no oo oo •0 00 1X0 OH ISO.DO SO.00 OO 00 xo oo 120 00 SOaOn SO 00 70 00 110 00 100 00 TS 00 100 oo xo.oo 40 00 00 00 TS.I 00 I 7.000 N 7X 00 IX on X OS.00 &f B.00 1X0.oo 00.00 XS 00 10 00 4-i .HI SO. 00 XO.OO 10.00 7X 00 M.oo XO.OO ISO oo 71 on 00.00 M.oo 70 00 00.00 40.00 4S.0O 60 00 IHAND TOTAL No. I already had t It COLUMN ONF bga containing 1.000 $30.00 per 5 bundle* containing 1.000 $312 00 per 1.000 beard fee* ?id Augtisl. 1932 The attention ol the yubli. "' '" Betulallan 10 0( He HWor Vehicles and Roa.l Traffic Hegulail'mi. 193X, which provides ;. i follows:-"Every driver of I DMOal vehicle shall comply *llh the following Rules: — (II) He BjMll n.U K> Uw mau >' **" % %  l,.„„ or oil,-, ,., I .He ul K'ving audible and OSatti-ienl wiiiiiii., %  No person shall UK lit* nor ,n tnatrumsml ao as to he a nuisance "•' i"O0te, and DM Director of Highway-, an.I Transport spoil liave power at any time to prohibit in.' uw ol any su.li horn or instrument. the use of which Ita II I npoao Is Uaj to be, a nuiaance or cauae annoyance or danger lo the mineral public." A number ol motor vein.:, %  !. li.-n fitted with sirens .nid whistle... These m '. .i nuisance and cause annoyance lo other people, and the nol rw* innlnnr.enti ishoraby prohibited 30.7 S2—Xn. Vacant r~t of A-d.lant Fnsl.i l-uhllc WatlU ISenarlment . ...1 ..( AaalaUnl engineer. Public ttnk. rjrgatrUaaml | Th. .n-l the salon '• Sc'' .1 11,0201.920 120.'mi" %  NI ' %  'iniiini A COganencing salary above the inn mdidalc %  I.-, r. .I it hi. i-\iierii-ii.-.* gnd -1 ..il ..ILH.I. Appoinlmenl will l0O n %  Dal %  l n F00B i" the Hrsl instance. 4. The appoinlmenl will ba aabjocl U < "'"i"-' 1 Keoi.l.u %  Ihe local Civil Sen. and Instructions Pnasagixpense. not exic-duig 11.440 will be payable oo It %  II a bail..alai "• n"-'''!'"" ... ..:. .iiihment (Uavc Pasigos) Ordei, 1932 .V The dutlaa attaching lo the post are I" -i '-' • '"< W work. I niainlenan.. :. n of buildings and wharf wall( the Department, th. %  ttotlvt, nnar.cial and discipline!, .-..mi. i .,l in, daaaajlmenl %  " ll,n ,,u '" ao the Colonial Engin.'""'* Candidates shoulI I ',>'" %  J Degree.-xcnipll.ig from s,-.i,..n A god B :. i„lxer.hi|.. Kxamination of the Institution il l ml Eof LM n *"'" ""* x| "" ma in the construction and design nt buildings. ; lb, uic.sslul candidate WU I""l" 1 -" 1 '' "Mao a moto. i.n use m the pcil.iiiiii.nec ol his cli" %  callow. act will be paid in ....... lance ilh the provisions of thr Travelling. Ilowanee Regulation. %  The successful canindiiie will lie rOOjUlrorJ lpass a m.-.lic . xaminalion He may nl... be n •' %  "no fOM** "". !" ""' in the Colony at the ( %  I. Applici,ii..nshould lsubanlltor] t" l h 'Ciinnial .Secrlar> Itibllr Building.. Bridget..w n I" rciuh him not later than list Augu.l. 19SI. 10 Certified cnpie. (nol orlginalsl "f levimoniol. dinuld I..it.iiiili.-.l 3 M—!n VAI ANI I'OKT III I Haunt II I'A I -Hlll.tMilhT, llir AgTMUNI .>' THK (MIVKIINMFMHA! rFIIKlltMlKT AMI PATUOI.OCIST Aliplu-ali.-ii. nlOd lot I ilogist. :yepartiii.-nt -.1 tin OovorDJ I-.. n i :..:..i..-' latO LalltcJoiliBt. 2 The p I !J.2B0 r J40-MI.240 in IW il,.I Salary i. sul.j e.l in annua' deduction of four per centum under Widows and Orphans I'enshni A.I iinli-s.. whiill. ... p.id..11. \, II.(,| l.v %  baaaOJS ,il a Widow.. i ., iiii.ti.... I' i I m,M 3. Passages up u> n ggOl 0 '.( $1,440 arc liakl on Oral up ussUt i baam .ii..-' '"" '•• %  "' '"•' •*•* IMfatol i god lam poaaogM are paid m aooardonoa w-iih SM Civil labllalimcnl il...... > %  lS2. 4 Quarters are nut provided. A. Candidates must hold graduate medical .l.-giees rrglstrabl.n Ihe United Kingdom and have a sound general knowledge Ol ..iboratory work with a bins lowardl ih.uihal pathology. ft. Dulles of the Office are In assist Iho Govenuntinl Batten. I 1'ial and Pathologist with special relation l 'he Clinical Pllhologica! .nil Meitlen-Legal wurk of Ihe Department 7. The Offlcci will serve under Ihe immediate supervision and ,, nlrol of the Government Bacteriologist and PathologUsI and undcirsg genvial .ii|i--iii.l,-..'l.ii,, ii .1 I linn of the Director af Medic' Scrv.ce*. I. Applicalicns should be addressed to the Colonial Saerataii .lildgelown. Barbados, lo reach his Office not laicthan Ihe 7tb Dl \iigust. 1132 I07.SX. Electrical Engineer Oo'emmenl Blectrioal lnipeolor'a Department Applications arnmii.-.i (... Ihi ..ml !"' %  ( uf F.lectrual Engineer ll.iverniiieiit Filed,,.,! I. pattg „ partineiil. Barbados. I. The post Is pensionable with salary al Ihe ratenl IS.700 ir annum In add,'. :.coal ol IHtataj iJlaWOIsri -' .154 per annum Is payable Holder ..ill bo liable to the payment nl Widows and Orphans contributions at the rate of 4% of salary Ni. .juarler, an |.r..vi.li„ i'.-i.,:,t. mpipggg '•' olTker and family nol %  nceedlng 11.440 .,..pavyabl ir.t appointment. Leave poaaago provided 3 A|.|.,uil .! ...il i. „.,le .ulijCct to medical lltnaaa. anil %  Ill be stlbieet t„ lb, ( %  'h' UWOll Civil Sen %  -< %  It.gulations and lnslrn. 4. Candidnt, . I, i lh. ag. "I 40 years and ahould |i'sesB tho following utiallllcatlons: — CotpnriittMenibirslup ..f the Instltuuon of Electrtcal Engineers. London, nl e,|.u..ilent .(ii.ililicatn.ii-. with at lead live experience in pnwer asaetrtcal .-ngiiieci-nig sine. quaUfylng. 3 The holdci ..ill M lequncd to takr charge of all eleetri,:,. installatl'inund, r (i.i.-ii. M conliol and be responsible for the inspection of all non-omrial Installations. 8 Applications should be submitted to the Colonial Satcrelar. Public Buildings. Bridgetown, not later than t2th August, 1052 2T.7.B2— ?n NOTICE TO THF QaM K \l I'l m.lt OUR AHTIIIMi:HIN


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rw.i i.n I;I 11 \ si MI n .\ri\nc.\ri SUNDAY. Al 1.1 M CLASSIFIED ADS. FOR RENT TELSPHOHI TSOi MM. su ill ) Rev Jama* Richard Ntcbls The himril Will leave hie late is-si: r.woed ml. A i-ragga at 4 4* lor St Michael dihedral and thence t' ..lend. .... .. -.4 la i"' ..i'dihedral Jr***. Nlcho!. %  V ,1 I,H1\-On Bur**.. J \ welter La R~i Yataghan, w o( Mi. Mr*" Vi,i|ln <>i B-I m Am*, r"" and Cyril VaugKen Bn* V*'ighn iwtfr* Fon MEM AUTOMOTIVE--: HOUSKS AN APARTMtaVT -Al Or.sea. Mar W—to t Ba *i N*> "'i" Appi' %  > pi'ir.iaw i.. HIM I Attractive seaside Flat urn road Uai maa. ccanlortabiy lurniehed. atnglieb will. Opan Verandah lacing sea. %  muc. Au|ull W'A.\TKI LOST A IIMMI IIKI.P LOST DTC BAt I Ml ...MU,... rtam M—iif i.~i.r .. %  •"!. t ih* Advocate Adieiti.ing Department. 1 I U In. A rEMAI.E BOOK KtXITK nq^L-M OKI laussarisn.s of Journal entiles and ,II,H -Ledger Balancing eaacnttal. Apaly i. •5Un tnjiserience lo A B C %  t AK IHI yj-tk HUlrna* 111* ".' lr. Contact I S KMltiaoa Oeorga, in. i htei j BDHOALOW—At Brighton. BUM* Rock 'all modarn rcjtventeevre.. 1 hedrooni-. % %  ja'App.lv Mr. B Cools. na*t .1.-.. Dial la** uaiden '"' pailliillB.il I 1 SB—In %  -— rk treadle '.-chine Twrrd^i. Rd 1 %  U IT. THANKS • IIJVM M -lud alao to acKnowledg* with 1 .e parMKii -heCard', and In any other proaecd Ihelr a;n,patt,* inrNU of Mi. Annar Aug AIR-yne. eapec.aiiy the roagr*. Chaster. Kr Victor Alle.ne laeni wood .daughter. Ethel Walrelt Rhode iPrescod. Evclw .ewter. N Y M- I %  M Y < % %  • %  % %  > N V .1.1 11 M rnra.ll. *< Rnrk*"'". I'. MHhfI. grateful!' r*lum thank. I. all who attpiMlrd fir funeral, wi' wraath* irltrla and cudor In env other waj rendered Beaut ana* on I-.Ldeath ol Mr. Ann.. August* A.lt-'ir ahiihe rtr, July ma IB 18-1 ckrOeto* -The Criehlo %  m tor Ih|i r> landing giv the underalgned t tin. ugh that sned'urn dn ofJer %  thaeika lo all thoae kind friend* wti ae kladlv aaeuted al the luneral %  Aneiie Melville Morgan Falelle Tnmnpenn IHaUri. Arthur Moran ibrolhef. TSA Tl.e Vu*t; IN MEMOKIAM - an Here i INT %  aavafekl rver knnen her value ee hei v* ant chair. Oearfe Frere. Veen. Nephrw Fred 81 Klmo Mepp who l.irtnl thli hie Aii||u>t Ji.l ini Mortal hand, had tried to aave But (laha and (earl -ere all in > Kapt aiifela raine -nd bonFrom a world of frlef and pain Yoti arr nut futcotteii rraaWir < Nee will -MI ,v... kv A. Innn M Ufa and n.emnri laal We will n-member thee Vl^ Dallon Moore. Mi. AHce Phillip.n.intu' M.a. Aim* Mae. Otlvi MO0MI It OMAFF |i helaved >.e*Me • %  B SLss :: i.l mir rWai'i r-d M. Bhnri T n Augu.i mlle BM ,,,,. .,,. .. certain dpy I Ai time g>. b, i %  daea not take i To beir ou In %  The d.iv wr dn m la "Wl hard 10 find. And %  .. ~. i I We "li-.H mi-et ataui lo pail nv ma KVM i.> be re %  -.i.limed bv Auntie F-i ajtd Hn.le I Indeaaj PteklM iMr A Mr. Ol.ver Phlllipe, %  Wat Trtnid.i.1 U SA papeie i-tea copy v^rr | m.ly da. whi paa. lo.ln riuod cvndllMM*. i-rd lo ll Cecil J • *•— In CAB ML ii .' %  .i ... NI 7. i.-|>ra... OaJwd r.|.-i %  „"*-; burk in perfect raeidi' Aipl. K H Fiirmer. Andrew* ,-uit-ll..'. VI Juuph Itumf Pt-BTI S %  M-4B CAR A>utm J %  r-.tie 3T1* or 4 III hUSUALO*. al Uikkl •afar. "ananOwi" aultable foi "Baatawlle" %  i-.ii.%  ii paad) i. Ilial. Sue 1IM I MAID WANTKT1 EkAM Unfurmihed. Ir.in Kt S<|>I BhcrlHdTiaiit (. Coit. ABractlve wall Boiujalow. I ami m. Oaekce and Servant.' rooni i Baa bnthina. Pnoaa S l>anlri UBl fur a|ipolntmaert. I I SItf.n MIK-Hav llraet Apply M.. (i. Id i. ihurel.-Ileckle. Rd (AH itW Vauahall W"vern. Owner aUapjl taakdlUetk iBart-im v. .ma Court uppoaite !U>e. i.niciil Farm. Ch Ch Bii* rroat .1 • SI In Fl-AT On* Fl.rill*h-d Flat at fhindor. Lawrence. Suitable for 1 only. Available July llh onward Fbone PMD all %'ahix. AuaUa Aen Wolarlrv 11 "p. •. %  i. *e Mil 1 %  il An KLK.CTRU Al. F1.AT A HOUSkV Fully furnlahed. BL tawrence on-Sea Fhane 3803 W 1 :i t I II UN| Fai .'i. %  %  .1 -.Ii..*Oibit !'., %  IJ-nu Ptioba Lllht. For t Phone asw ria In ROOSEVELT MANOR--On the are). Beach Court Avenue. HaMlndB Threw bedroom* and -II modem cowvanleneei Apply: -EilM Court", llaatina* KIMBOLTON. corner ftnd Avenue Bellevllkt A Pine Road. Three Bedtoom* .-nd i.anal .r..rnlrnfe* Vacant i %  • %  •ra*ii imniedi.-n At. inaon A Banfleld. Jan.ea Sir..' NOTICE NOTlCfe I'li-iriM nrill \l. in I.IU 1 OMrtrantmi; MHIIOI. rvidfi—in. Harhadai I The fnllowini Ii thr h.t at auccemf uid like IA iMl-iira our C-i.tomfen ndldate* for Op-„ Fiitranee t.. r... il we will !. iced to b.ia.".i.. *or j bermere School lul. at candidate, t i annual I Honda* mi. " 'p[Hi in tine nt. phone EI30 between fhe hour* of fl and IV am The above will be aet up for inle at Public Competition on Friday. Ihr IMh da^ of Autvpt 1BU. at S p m at tha affli-e of taw unaVi**gi.ad rABBTNOTON Lne* I BEAI.Y n 7 si—ion MECHANICAL CAMERA i 'li-uhlc cianplete w||h rtmk iiU*HAiTAH-gt.iiie wall 1 ( ,nl..w..h Bnth-hH.^ Appl l-n.m-r Andrew. Plantatl.m M-sn F II J-hone '•/ 4. i l.iFF -A n-i wim ii** iL( rum ,. ,_^ .. ^ ^ ,_.._ ... Out Film Holder and I > I ["*"£!*!**£ ££&, b adaptor Beat Offer _Phone ^ ajfa ,.„ ,iewrllert (iEMTI HIM c. %  Iti., hart. !" i Ltd Oflre Fq.lpmewt iiiickldea UFA*. .1 Adding Ma RADUi -•* %  Hi Tube. Fva Hadbt •erfeet working order A bargain "i n Phone mar, ]| St— One of lite lire! aeletleU .|-t. a WiiteraIVrrnre lluabu-V l.'< ft with Hjhl -1 wa> to -. A r Jotte* , Co High ir. -" -n l FOB Hill Sll Kntfht* Ltd OS Bdoe Ice Co Uil i i % %  • %  i i. i '.I M w ; BIB .,, ,-., nd ).l Plantation! Ltd %  41 Rate* Shipping A Tradlnl I The above .hare, will be ! .le by public compatllron at mil llraet, Bridgetown. %  I id PWS MISCELLANEOUS WTIQtm of *.or iajggJLUQg, %  IK-. old Jamala. flna Hllv.r V nlour* < e,i St Elmo Mapr I awav Augtail led. law) I maim foe .'on In *Uene.> I oft rriarat MWI Wh.t w.iulrt I ftvg And I Ml patM "• I %  •get" i Hind lifr't curtain B.-... i ..il Brief nd pw.n Ii. %  .Ill We a iLiuptcr dawi-.ag When .if,!moti.. will meet f% Mr*. Vtolet Mapp Moate Win Voiir .grand I %  Sinbal Barrow. Eudori r: B I w ..I HI era wame. -graait.aui.la'. Mr* l*Otla WalU. Ern.-.i lurrov. Curl...' BnUiwalia, Marconi. Itrittbam, Fell* Maup l->"-t.r Bvelyn %  eouarinai. The Moore*. Mpp *nd Phillip i-mil* and Irtenda Ttinhtad H'SA paper* pleaae ..dr b. lhe wel"IWM Mn.ila>-tun n. Da. H..n A Hewitt Pile* S 1 boa KNWIHTS LTD I it S3 Jn The undaralgnod will ofTec lor hv public coinpeuuon al their o We IT. Blgh Street. Bridgetown. Friday, the ath day of Augu ato-OTdinar. Share, of M.a*> m BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE BANK IMITED i (il il l 1 AFFORD A CO nallei a m %  "Wkl feet I'l HI i( Minns HTC RACE TICKETSa-ie TV No MIS Brill..... return i„ lh*> AdVorate Advrrtuing Demi let HOHI4IUD* COUMf 1 'OS GENERAL CERTIFICATE of EDUCATION CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL • HIGHER SCH. CERT. %  lOU Ciau—ie TaaDtm 72,ttt> w inmi in in u F*o*pe<.iua iptaue a —anea r M.A LLD..F>'*cioeoiSi J dae..Depi ULI. OLAND WOLSET HALL, OXFORD ^ IKXJ Or.. HbM-k .... Suale with Smau Foi. Terrier dog will 4 •'Kaaie o7 G% ralUr around hi* neck %  4M4. c o Beta B* 1. Blue Watera a a M fti SHIPPING NOTICES Moilcw %  • hrirln given that the nrmal Q. %  lhe Yodng er Progreaahe Club Inr .will be ill. on Wrdrurailiiy JTtli Augu.t IM1 at t ivlng crwait Id * p in at Club'. hrndqimrte**. t Boyce 'new Callei K.-II"' .( UOM n.(.t t^ rrrelvea, | < lag not UUthan Hori' mv i mm HilORJWSlH i i I II V II1RTT.R. Acting Secretary I %  %  • %  PCKMI\.tl. bv the iindenlgm Aiigini %  OtiNO MEN\ public are hereb warned agwln't wife. Mill... t %  T do not hold -. her ae anyone .---ting ut' dabt or debt, in ft,' EDRICK BOVCB. ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. KAIIJMO (BOM n ion SS BOSKOOP lit AlUUgl M R'ROVAIIIT fth Aviga.t. 109] M B BTENTOK Ilrid Auauat. UH H •* HERA. *Ili Ailguit. 19*41 -'i IR 'i ion US Wll LKMNJ-.\:I l.i, AtutuiL IBM -*MIS IIIMl.Xl. ruiiMuun. wit mm. II I.I usi IM NBBTOK ath Aoguat. ItOS .t s BOMAIRE. ntn Ainruat.. ma '. | sriM'H:. .-p. Ugajkti Baa BaW. •HUM. IO iKiMUAh HIM \. IU ikKKiKap. iii. A >li( „t |au M I 1I1-.UA. I Mb September. IfM H F Ml < II I 111 The M V -CARrBBEZ' will accepl Cargo and Paeaenger* IOT Domlnlc*. Antigua. UoaUarrat. ITFB BW! -BT mm BdlBn-r Thursday 3lrt, ln*t. The U V "MONEKA" will autpt Cargo and fare a ng er a In* Dominica. Antigua, Hontaerr II Nevta and hi Kill* Sailing Friday. Bib AtufUit. I**). Hi IllOOMI OWNEfaS' ASHOCIAIION lIKC.f OanalgMaa. Fah-, e i— M1 I .rtiidll,. ranaftafa NOTICE m M l-usaaaaee. aa the -""i The Variety fwHlal wp haa emoted to No Tl Swan Sire-t %  %  u-aal 8 a M In NOTICE 1'tRIHH OF kT THOHAB *e Parochial OfMce will be rloead Tuetdat 3lh Anguat and Tueaday lath Augual F F PILORIM. Parochial Trea.urer. 1 8 M-3n NOTICE PABI-II OP ST. FETEB Durinf lhe month of AuguM Ih* Parochial Trearurer'. Office day. will be %  a follow* Thursday* from 10 am. to 3 p.m Salurdav. from 10 am to 13 noon Signed G g. COtmiN t B (A—3a. NOTICE TABIBB OF SI P1IP.IF Appllcatlona lor one or more Vacant I. Phlllp'i Vealry Exhlblt.ona tenabie I lhe St Michael'* Olrla' School, will be reoelved than MAiadav l*4h Augtuat. !•* %  CandMataa mual be daughter* of Poribioncis In aUallcned circumatar m a. •.<**! I > the lath Srpfmber A birth rjArlaSMta n.ud be forwarded %  Ivr Parochii. I Tr.. Bin s -(.iTT Clerk to DM Ve.try. 51. Philip %  K : %  • dn NOTICE \. .11 AMI SI III IK .III M IKKALADIN DIAMOND WHITE KEADLIRKT OIL BSBO I • .i %  i, ESSO OV \ I FJUODIKBKL rast>TAr BJB3A1 < ROWH ChV %  :l r:i II", QgWaM BBBl mi 'Aid.il.-.> S A of Panama, being Ih* |.ieahov em ent limed trnde rk* ha aiaigned them with DM ,.--1" %  -:••' '"' %  Koao Slandaid Oil %  A. of Pan*. rcholarahipa will lie notified i courae b> the vartoui Bodl** ABMBTRONO Mv.au Au.tn. TAYLOR, Carl Algernon MOORE. c..rl DaLMlw ORA1IAM. V. re Richard WKKH-VB Walwin TheopblluAI.KINS. Eric FIW'K. CLEMENTS. Winaton AlarUiur HARRIS. Eric Harcourt HcCOU.W. Cecil Athelstan HENRY. Ballon Waanry AM-EYNr. Wti.throp WAIX'OTT. latter Anthonv B1L\THWAITE. Colin Patrick INCE. Cyril Maurice BMA1 I i: 1 CONNELU WalUr Arleigh ARCHER Bentley Camatron OI11SON. Jeffrey Elder BROWNE. CHve Vernon BYHOE. Carlo Dennia BE8T, Albeit I .'., d BKnuirk nFST. Richard Ailhonv CI'MBERDATCH WIK-ed Hugh HEin. Vernon ONeale ARCHER, Alwyn Addlaon Ciiiciiliiin Niilianal Sleamships JMHS M. Ill 1HOS *> CO. A.r.... r.v.A. I \li-l:-.l\. LbllDH Ol (.oiid CUs Property and Land Alwan Arallibl. FOR SALE - %  I III'..-i si. CANADIAN CHA1.IJ.NOER LADY KFJ.SriN CANADIAN CRUISER CANADIAN CONrnTtVCTOB I^DY RODNEY CANADIAN i IIAIJ^NCER LADY NELSON •.Hi: I HIM. I Mi ADY RODNEY 'ANAUI.W LADY NELSON CANADIAN CRUISEn CANADIAN CONSTHUCTOK l-\DY RODNEY CANADIAN CHALLENGER LADY NFI-VN %  all. trait* %  ..II. avert* ea Ballr Ha Ufa a Beaten Beeb.ga. Baahad.. 3 July 8 Aug 4 A V 1* A. %  1 Aug 4 Aug a Aug IS Aug 18 Aug. IS Aug M Aug 3d AM. --i A M 1 Bopt. IT Sept. 4 Sea. IB Sept I' gaga] B Sep. asapt. U BhBH IlS.pt MBept 33 Sept *I SVpt IS Sept 37Bepl. mi. Ofi. Ar.l-e. Ball. Arrive* Arrival Am... Bar bad o. ii-.;..... Beaton BalBai M-nlr,.! : Aue a Aug. IV Aug. 30 Aug. 83 Aug Jl Aug 30 Aug M Aug. M Sept 8 sept M ABg 30 Aug a Sept it Sept '.. S -' vl 10 Sept so Sept 13 Sept ii s.m i a sept 3* Sept a oct SOSerpt. a oct. 11 Oct. 18 OfL if on B %  t a Oct 11 Oet. 84 Oct IB Or' It Oct. 80 Oct. 31 Oct No. 1 fartbrr partlialar*. apalr to— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agent*. CHANCERY SALE BAIU1ADO*. The undermwtinned property will be aet up tor aali Public Building-. Bridgetown, between 13 noon and 3 lhe dale rpeclflcd below. If riot the-n an Id. It will be Frld.iy al the aame place and during the unu hour* i -ipplnntU aold. Full ".M-'MI K.\V1 KL KLNC PlamtiH V. A. W. FERGl'S the rvy I will Mil ITS. Foil Royal Gafaga ... • tth August at 8 p in allglilly daiuagi-d in •' %  caah IFArci A Scon • TABLE COVERS UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER !-( il'* recomiiirndatioasa of Llotd. Agen'a — wfh sell .... TUaTaHaAY the Ml. August Mir htkrl 17 High Sirael i i aajta H.tm BttM n U % %  I ( .... SV...I*. 1T... I'.k,.. .dw. It Valor Chimnr.,.-in> 843 Cnrtotia One-O-One. tti pkgQeHMH-B Rockley Come and MJfaW ya.ker o*u, 8 Biereakse, II >da Ure-a 5tai CM SBIS-IK TI..I., ( ,,I .. BiaiTiTa. .d. Twego — • %  %  —— „ \9 BOXM ChocataVr*. I Coal Btove 3 new M.-f-BCBIBlH nan. to tha B-HI, \ n i „.,,,,.. t W C Fan. Tie.. 'rlagiaBh England** landing Dallv New. ,. im , 1|M Rinso. A l.aaie-1 H.ii.l-r-er new arriving In Barbadoa lav A ii f*w days after publication In I pujai 12 A* <>\|ock a^aTaV Tel. Ill* (HIGH1 n ITU ivt In stock %  D.-ni positive rallal lion id* Pile. *130 not i a yi m HKANKEE TBOTMAN A AucUoneers 00 VENETIAN Bl IM'*Made It mediate delivery TARTAN Metal Comaainy c o Write. BarlMil. 8 S3 ... ind (Jel.U watih— i CM P. 1 A •llalnles. Rteel 19 *, IT THE AhYANll 1TOBE VfATlHES Ju.t received Ih* special ii wen long waiting lag %  %  he Ad% 31|B TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH ri.Uov... imprui Department is now c ner friends UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER BALE* IM Al l.l -i ll'ESDAY l-TIt Capt. la. F Nou satle %  •Aahburj, ". %  Oeorgr THtlHsnAY MTII Hiile ol the i Hev. S A. Eaterbrook luinini "Aktiandiian Court*, While Park T1TSDAY UFTH Mm. HaroldI Cu_ mlns' Bale. %  Chelholmc Chaggew .Hl'i(DAY 3BTH Mr. WrM H Mil ••Clovallv". BUI Avenue. Belleville T^IUetBaPAY aaTTll — Mr 1-d.a M Mill Sale "llvthe Maxwell. Ckrl. i mirth RKANKER. TEOTMAN St CO. AacUtMieeri J i ii ii _•**>•> >f MUHMHUM ROCKLEY QOIsf .1 %  ;. I the .d emp-nui.dae and by %  irtue ol Ihr deed ol dissolution indebted to the said %  tnpanv B ra herany r.quired to aattlr .. %  %  ... ...... .1 HiSid ..ddras* Marhlll Street. r %  %  i a sa—3n Blemishes he rmooch beauty of a lovely skin. Fragrant, snWhlBgj and of a copaoua crceruv lather, the deep danwa ilssraatug of rnildly mrdkaeed i ad. in. Soap wul safeguard your oat oral lovetioea*, lint a tablet loday. ( uticura SOAP I.HBN in F.ARN Tlioua-i la l 1 BC Hludenta BrrUah Emplra have increased their aaUrles thr.>..gii >tud*rtiifl our eak/ postal liiKiK-hEFPlNli. JrlE-CI^TAHYSHI] 1 11l*.i.NESH (>rt .ANKEATtON CClMMRRCl \ 1. LAW. ECONOMICS, etc. Rci'-ed fee* to overseas HBt H nM DrpUsrnu awarded. Proap..ti.a hoe — IONIIUS -. into I OF COBniBBi*B iDept B A .M Ml High Hoi. JI i l..ndon. W C I England FOR SALE all i-i Lovely t.... ."g nut. %  CoBrtst and coaat iin In cupboards. Oara • %  "•* %  H.M ol with with.it rurnlliirt IVANTON Lovely stone Bungalow ,,„ at Graeme Hall, on app JPUI so. feel of land with %  magnlf prlaed of Three Bedroom* wi| Jdjolning toilet and bath. Ilirll can be u.ed as brrwklast room cni^lren Nuraviy. Kitchen, Sep. 61 nd tath with hot ,u cold water. Verandah %  Bg .Ih .....J |'„l> t %  o.rt buildings lie Setvanl. Hooi HI NGAl.OB Tl.. 1 The followitiK horses landed Barbados: Silver Trail J:77j; True Foot £650; Sailor Bear £600 l*u n dv I.iRht £600; Water Bird £500. Apply O. P BENNETT. Royal Hotel, Hastirie.tr. 2.8.52.—6n. '• i din staira: sndah toilet. led bath, nnd spacaoua Kaat Down>m wllh h.ih and quite for whatever you ..^.......-.iiiiilr nt Pockley New Road with a magniilcent view of Use Golf Course CHI BCH1LL .M M.i.weirCoa.t Mr.i II bedrooms, drawing ami room, modem kitchen, tnllel and bam Good residential area. %  tacellcni H bath in • Iroome. separata drawon two sides Stud'" %  ath and toilet la mam general it>ie b.ith with hot and ler. Modern up-to-date appointDO YOU REALISE THE NEED FOR MORE QUALIFICATION? or ARK V4H INTKRKSTKD IN MAKING MORE MONEY? IF SO. ENROL NOW FOR ONE OF THESE COVKBES. Anhiteelural HiMmhi. in iii.!n|i RuildiBg and Irmlgn I ..ur*.e. A.M.SE.. (Civil. Kler.. .n.l Merli.. Automubllr l'.-|i ,>rm HI Otajna. Electrical In-.fUlUtton and Wiring Counir. GFbVrral Klertrtral Knglnefring f'otir-e <-. i i r .1 Certificate of EdWr full i't SanlUry InapeeMir CoBra General AcricBlture CtmrBe. lusiir.inre IT.u tier Savl cuina u s 11 i i> I'.-1n.I.-iini Technology Coarac. -i I l Certificate Couiw. | \. HII n Lull Civil Serviee Entrance | COBi-*e. Pollela not mentioned. Caribbean Educational Institute P.O. Box. 307. P.O.8., Trinidad Agent, for BRITISH INSTITUTE Or ENO TECH. A BRITISH TUTORIAL INSTITUTE. LONDON THERE IS NO TOMORRO V POST COI'PON T<> BOX 307. PCS. PlaTaMB lend mc Free Book. Name Address Subject of Career of Internt Age P.O. TODAY! ga tier lei Private hedroon REALTORS Limited %  UAL aaTTATB AQBTrS AUrTIONaOtBS VALI-"EIU1 ......... For:— V Convalescence after Illness: TAKE VINERGY TONIC WINE THIS TONIC WINE contains sodium Glycerophosphate. Acid Glycerophos acid, and is ideally suited to tone up tired nerves, enabling you to sleep well and v.\ikc up feeling refreshed. Remember it's a Tonic Wine VINERGY Obtainable at . BOOKERS (INS) DRUG STORES LTD. BROAD STRrFr AND HASTINGS (ALPHA PHARMACY) • NOTICE fllMI nolc (hat us from AUGUST 1st. lfS2, our 0481*1 Nfl MtV in Bridgetown will not be opened for Business Mi Siiiithiy Morniiij.'**". Kor Iriient Prescriptions Dial 828* f UMMMMMMIM IMMMMI I MMM LAND. TWEEJn-IIlh KOAO—On main road *itl. i r rtejral ,^, premise. ToUl are.. laVTM sq. n UUSIM2-H BlULMUUtS-^DWEIJ-i.vo Horsr. uiirPUCK STIIKET Oood aituatioo for retail shop In tfiu buay gait of town. X8.M0O SWEPTF1E1.U. St Peter — An estate t.pe heuse bunt of stone Contatna large living roam with French windowi keoding onto covered verandah* with view of sea 3 bedruonw. kitchen, •toreroom* and usual outbuilding' garage and aervarrt*ouarte.. Anproa I. ..ere* well laid out ground* with right irf way on-r bench VILLA VTCtfUE. St VMftNT rl'autlfull.v Mluaied housat built •tl local stone with anagnifaccnt vien. ona> 1". miles fron I. town. 100 tjrds Aqualkf Cl.rb lit at ii witn tirellent • %  niraatng 3-1 bedroorna. 2 b-t(i„eaa. mrg. lounge (SI IV verandah •aV x IE*i. nnd usual .ntbuiidinnCOVE SPB1.NO HOL'SE. ST JAMBS — One of the few proprrtle. on thl* popular fs*g*M v.itli a complctrlv puvate and aetlilded baUung beach Tlie grounds of about m, acres are well wooded and could readily be converted Into one of the show place* ot the Island The house it ot 2 storeys and possesses nollreabl* II. GRAEME HALL TEKKAO -Jte.ei.tiy built 8 slorav house •onatructed of stone with everite roof. Large living room, gallerv. S bedroorna. Kitchen, teundrw. 2 servant*' rams and gaugr EM.OOD StA rOKT ST JAMES — Catefully re-modelled 8 store. BthlM on one of the moat altracUvn alias Beautiful coral and sand baaioti nad yBlm_ salg hathlng Titnin ^ room, lounge varandats on both floora. 8 liiliniaaai gsMaghgd ffuage, and aervanti quarter*. All aerVaoe*. BsTW BUNGAl'OW, BtJCKLRVCommodtou* home with 8 bed loom*, large living rm.ni. wide veiandah with good vie*, kitchen. panlry. servanla' quarter* and slot.-rooms. Oood Nlualrusi i<*ar Oolf Course Es.jgo KEWTON LODOf:. MAXWEIX COAST — Saiklly .aisatrocted stone house contalnrrf etsclosed galleries, specials* drawing room •r.l dining room, and BnaHnit It, S b adraaeoa. 8 a-rasea etc.. LaMly occupied by V %. Consul %  xeeg %  ISUlDrrr, IONTABBCJX Stor... bouse v. ill. **0f conned annene adjoining. Ma in .i.< contains Urge living and .akia.t IOOOK. up.lalra beduattal orBces, gitrage ai.l wide vaawndah. living mom. roomy bedrooms and garage Good investment propi-siUon. Hi:sinir.*CE. THE GARDEN'. WOKTHkNi; Modem coral alone bungalow on corner lite with wide frontages Pleasant garden, with flower bed*, lawn, eoraerete ien->e. ai.d number of sealing roc* Accommodation compr.se* large living morn, covered gallery, 3 bedrooms with built-in wardrobe*, well fitted kit.h.n. garage wil" covered g*g> lo house. M rvanU* quarter* end all usual, office*. All public utility eervicaa. That prapcitv carries our highest recoil, mm ida lion IN CHANCERY A INCH MARLOW. CHHL.T CIIL'HLH These well constructed propetlie. together llh approa. acres M coaatland are open lo oBer* either aa a whole or separately I.VNCIIBUBV. ltEU.EV-I.LE P^aaantly flluated 1 atom, house v. .ih good gtokinda of ..liont I'M" sq B 3 gallertetlarge drawing room, dining room, studi %  rll fitted kitchen, a double bed. „ i usual office*. Offer* required. under EJM0 .sldercd. DEMEnsVDE. ST LAWRENCE Strongly bulli coral stone bungalow apacloua airy rooms and galleries Accommodation oomptiaas: separate drawinga and dining rooms, g double bedroom.. .1 pantry, i servants' rooms, garage and fnn.-iThl. property la allualed on the Beat running beach at St Lawrence, is within sag. reach of Town by bus or car, and in our opinion would be very eullable sy %  small gui.t BEACH PROPUHTV 8T LAWKCNCE Well placed hotlee with 4 bedroiKi.s large living room an.i gallerree Eacellent sandy beach and good liathing FuU dsH.,1, on application WYNDOVEB, SL This country home i acre* conUlnlng productive vegelarge orchard ha* lurn eoinptateK i lrrii-sed by Iho pr I oW'iei There .re B wide ve-rastdah.. rimwlng and dining rooms, 1 double bedrooms with waihbaslm. modem kitchen, laundry. Barvrntarooms and garage A prop ci* ol distinction WINDY WILLUWS niOSPBCT. St JAMES — Soundly eon.trutt m atone bungalow With spaclouliving room. 1 large and 1 i BUNoat l.BAEME HALL TEIIBACE oieelv slluatad stone % % %  fajlll n lomer >r*e Thi ind border a uf flo -sr RENTALS %  WfaBZLEY. MAXWELL COAST Unfurnished Hoflse with 4 bedrooms. Spacious reception rooms. Double garage and i.i:l>l of way to bea.h 11. GBAEUE HAU. Tf-JtRACF -Modern furnished house. Ah >-i.,rWHtTEH/a.f FIATS Claolce id 4 unfurr. i-heit. ic If-contained REAL ESTATE AGENTS AUCTIONEEE8 nril liiv St-RVEYOES Phone 1610 ri^nUltona Building •



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PACK EIGHT BAKU.UMJS ADVOCATE THLRSIUV. JUNE 11 !M* KEY TO Ml I .DIM. lOSI.I1t\S Sedgm' • I fain Seeded t di> FRED PI KJKY) lndiuu Test Team To Be Selected From Chosen 14 For P r a LONDON. J the t*\ird year runnlnr, i k Sedgman. Australia'%  .' %  to hssnt yat it %  Tennis Ctl "1 put>e." D %  to w km tllfl ilrHJ ..HiMen's SIPRI. V. Seix:.. fjrovc, Warwick• arm fast-medium %  < .V. Uered the finest 1 %  when he took %  .ickeU for 30 runs In 18 1 iv.-is iii Ufba ... %  < Tiled fiom Ukiiul .ill len i %  ii aught Wood off Ho (Might <>f today's county qamc* was a brilliant perform1 s \ 1 T o d d (U.S.A. I, to. a B). 8 Mi J It.: k.' (Oreal in. Men's D. ibli loy and Savitt, 3. Drobny and i\ iiv. 4 Bam ii and Sttargsas. uoui l< .. %  Mi • a, Warwickshire eem gat fur the flrat ehampion!•! %  vkiOl i t for M. AI the close if i lay Warwickshire had scored %  liich owed ,i welcome Ox font Middle. Robert%  Oft 120, Ed rich 2. Essex vs. Leicealersliire—Lciees••.rshire 332 for ; Jackson 128 i Northamptonshire vs Kent— Ktt 335 for 6. ickahlr* vs. Sussex—Sus.x 86"Grove fl for 39; %  Hire )'i (or ft. hamshire vs. Glouce*torshtre — NotlinRhant'hue IB'. 2. :• l .". \\i Bill | Irlch howed ii iigainst M J ( %  ii He played %  %  .1 ii>" i urnamenl IVYS AND DOH LJ 5 ANLI UVF '"" %  I"' %  • % %  —.—. -..—__. 1. Third Man; 2. Deep Fine Leg. 3. Long Lag; 4. Backward point; 6. Second Blip: G. Tint Blip: 7. Bkert tine lag or leg slip; 8. Square Leg; 0. Umpires at cither end; Hi Onlly; 11. Wicket Keeper; 12. Cover point; IS. Bhort extra cover; 14 Billy mid-off; 16. Forward short leg or silly mid on. 10. Extra cover; 17. Bowler; IB. Mid off; 10. Mid-on. 20. Mid wicket; 21. Long-off; 22. Long on. KNOW YOUR CRICKET —LAWS 1 & 2 By O. & COPPIX touch D %  %  [hips. Savitt. the pres-nit wtmbloton Champion has been stropped to number row. I thought he might be listed above Seixas even though Scixai is number one in thr USA. Othrjwisc I can find no fault with thai %  dUguj list. Where do I look for HM % % %  0Knli s h Common [ %  U, quo.. Kg, ^g?*!, C^on,l Rait K.,r. m Mcnll.ll, McnrnTo' or Punn? Rinllsh In that Ihcy have'developA , Qr ,„,. vonm ,., Te t^iw^l^^niS!^ S *& -i! ?K? 11 f"? " %  U inlormath-e U becaurf nUn of thtL?v 8 Tcrlrkei P ^^ !" 8£ VL^H T S it 1U of the circumstances which Wimbledon and French ti-'e t^uLSSt^ ..mil., ^ir in Y ho P c *l '* w " P'ove to he forced each chan.e In the Law. Who do 1 think will I BltrmpUd i. similai work in of some benefit to young pUyers of Cricket into being, often reveulmy opinion Miss ll.ni ^- CM *e Z ^T K£ ^. a ? tho 1 m M ' "PWtntors alike ing :t tor> both umxpected and V..,ngh. :md *i> flattering has been the who yell ro r ihe b!ood of the niter!nining i-efionse from readers of this Umpire or Referee if n decision Column th.it I have been tempted u-ith which ihey are not in igm Toe M C.C.. ix^ik has been lo m.ikc a like etfurt without much ment, or of which they have no produced for Ihe M.C.C.. In the lurther encuiirauemeut. knowledge, is made. hope t h ,i t it will encourage I agree with the argument that cricketers of all ares to make a Acknowledgments .-loser study of the Laws lilt; CAWVAS Stencilled and Plain III . WOOL UK. < I THUS HI ;u IIOOKM St il>.l It CANVAS Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Sired TOM GODDARD MAKES GOOD HIS PLEDGE It la true of most outdoor games that comparatively few of thoie w*.o play or watch have a really -b;ma knowledge of the Laws ibgt govt in them. Might Fsil It Is aiao irua that many playorx Kerr, and spectators who are critical of M.C.C., publication. Queen At Her First Ascot tfeei the decision* of Umpires ai.d Cricket" by Neville Cardus. S feter:-. might themselvojt fail Developed imally to i'ass an examination "The I-ms of Crii md "English similar purpose.—And now for the and the only olhci laws themselves NO CHANGE FOR SOCCER Rv PF-TI It III! TON" It was ihe old story of' self uiesorvaticn. While the F.rst and Be CO* id Divhinn clubs continue to have one vote apiece, corned with the four allotted to 44 Third Division sidei, artB eonUnui to stagnate. LONDON, June 10 The Annual Meeting of tli— Football League 10 London last ^ week can be written off as one in( >i the blRgcst sporting failures soccer i ...ii Every attempt to intreduce new blood, new life Into When soccer attendances drop liic game was strictly vetoed ii Is always Ihe small .lubs which The only proposal which reu-cl the pti.cli Aral cf all The eelved an affirmative vote was First and Second Division %  JfS. *2 ?!* %  the one eoncernmg a provisional can in most cases afford to new minimum price of admission, numb their nose* nt the lors of Unless there is a tax concession few hundred cneclators. Hut from tinChaiicellai .Hrit-sh off UtOM who ilVw tntn week to :-*cer fans will In future have to ihiwh th rejection of tn ...iv g| least Is. 9d. for the somepcsala to brighten the game are times doubtful pleasure of seeing just so miny mOTS nOiM in tht ii professional soccer match. coffin Boolly, ii is difficult to see the „„,„, logic of the league. Lost seasuiv ,. ou,lt clubs In all parts of the country ""'T 1 t-xiicrii-iu-ed a fall in utlendoni-c *V"" Even Hie fact of refusing 10 oUow any games to be telc. bjod did not bring about an imurovemi nt This ban has, howLAW 1. suns A match la plated between two aides of Oavvn pU>*i. each unlema otherwise aarced. i % %  i, aide ahall stlay tu.der a i.nil'.i win. h-rore the lots for Innli n. shall nomi ule iill Ijycrs who mi) not iberrafler be changed without Ike ettiweul 1.1 the opposing raptain. If a captain is riot available at much between them had uny time, a deputy must act for j„hns:tone lost his Irons. him to deal promptly with points arising from thb and other I-awn —Official notes by the M.C.C. on the I-aws diinl What should hardly be necesry to point out but which think is still Instruction that field more than ele lengcr Is Granct IV. who comes from Italy. course last year Talma II gr.vo Eastern Emperor three pounds and a neck Uniting. I thought Bastarn ftnparot havu won tht day so tk*i 1* llttk bstween tii Talma II this year v. h n Mat De Cocagne over the full Cup distance of two'miles and loll. There would not have bee GLOUCESTERSHIRE and alt England w.ll welcome hack TOM GODDARD to county cricket. Goddard, a young 51. Is to plaj for Gloucestershire against Sussex nt Bristol It will be Goddard's second comeback. In 1922 he boA-led fast for the county without suci He Ivfl c;ioiicestcishire in 1926, spent a year with the MCC lord's, developed into a spin er en iMged bv unty in 1928. Now quoted In in f erence books as an "outstanding Ai^ti svoi fureiKii chal, nj off.btf.eax 'jowlcr," Goddard W which were Wool suggestion that players the l inaxlmui.1 tPSgtJOj "hit otaBlUjM :n reflations could be pa o-third* majority instead of ., been imposed for i twelve months which i further : that Hie thr.r-f|uii "Vrtsmouth* tars IBfiSi %  the F.A. Clip Final and the Hume :,il I.iternationals will be seen only Champions was also ny those lu.-ky c-.ough to obtain tickets. Grni-Liusly. the League has ".reei T to allow oo# match to be broadcast every Bsturday afternoon, bi't agei i then must bo the veil i' ^^llleh will i.0l permit the clubs tonccincl to be ment ii .nod by ruttiu, until ihey lire actually *oa tha aii' In oaTtet, the Icacue has said to rsjj eti I Next *e.iscu if the fall-off in ..ttci'dance eoii'inuc no inemtlves offered to S] !.. it -iiouid not continue— ').. %  b .!• %  N. i hlbs w in iii'-'i 1 i" % % %  %  fuiiv tha it i •• player: I \\\ £. SIBSTITtlTES A feHbaHtute shall be allowed to Held or run between thr wirkeU fr niiy player who may. during the match, be Incapacitated from % %  HIM .. or injury, rut not for any other i.' 'Mm without the consent of tl r oppotlig ( .ml.mi no substitute -lull be .illimiii to bat •r bowl. Consent an to the person to art an substitute in Ihe field ahall be obtained 'rii the oppoalng CapUln. miv Indlnte poolllo-M In which lh' substitute shsll no*, field. Lav. (ul know Talma n to bs a gan'..ut much in (he iv ol atccleration. N the pacemaker will ensure a good gallop and that will le necessary If Talma II is to wear down the feguard is the others I do not rate it a topside should not r )ass held by any means and it if more with hope than cm that I take my chance with EastM n Emperor %  se lawful for bowl ot ti iii i".on bay n nd the grwd r MCSa S tayer to bat. lough a Mil^tit, to haacted for him previously, u should also he !">riH' in mind that a substitute only be claimed as a right The %  mi K El thai HI i i ptaysj srho becomes unlit during the mat* i in .11 othsr leg in iheir own ^ e opposing caploin must lunges mutt 1 its million and %  quarter supporthands. Either changes must I* "•'' hM <""-cnt -rs "lake what we bava to oftif introduced by the dubs in com, '"." 'aw dor* Dotpeeventa subrr go without." mand or else the Third Divisions %  ;"' %  '" kecpuig wicket as is Attempt., t" rnlivea Interest by must be given equal voting %  "" erroneou-lv held In some local naving a four-up and four-down power with Ihe First and Second quarter.. Another point that must ...omotirn and relegation system Divisions. Cnly when the "What beni. grod if the substitute era greeted with an emphatic we have we hold" altitude of the **ho is acting n* runner is standing %  i.n" Tottaaham, who rponsored top clubs has been broken d IS %  he propoanl. received only 14— can KngV'h fjoibill i tout Olie third cf iho votes have the b—. liy Jimmy Hatlo IT TOOK TOUR rKXM?S /4MO^ $1* ASPiR\tf5FoR Fh?dNKJE7 TMaWR.' TO COMPLETE OCavCS / 1UWK HEAVEri So rVHAT? THE PHONC RrNSS.ANO ITS THE 8I& MAH ON THE PHONE WTTH THIS WAPPy CHATTER.— THE WEATHER REPORT YEHTERDAY Rainfall from Codrlaglon 67 Total Rainfall for month to d.'.tc; 2.1.7 ins. Illghext Tempf-riture: B-' '.• *F Lowit Temperature: 7it.'. T Wind Velocity U miles per hour. Baronwtor (0 in) 30.010, (3 p.m.) aa.OBo TO-DAY BaariHo: 6.*.'. i in fluaact: 0.10 p.m. Moon Last Quarter. JttBS 11 LlghUng. 7 00 p.m High Tide: LOG aai.. 2.43 p.m. Low Tide; IJB m. U.0B p.m. again. Tom Goddard, maestro of pln. has defied it once. Will he do so again? Boxing Hmtle BHITISH BOXING BOARD OF CONTROL have been invited by tht CuatoRH and Excise authorities to '"forward certain particulars to the Commissioners who are collating evidence for Iho Chancellor of the Exchequer to enable him to study the position when iders his proposal to increase the sea!, of Entertainment Tax." No time is being lost by the board. They are impressing the % %  o f urgency on their licence-holders. All promoters ban baan aaked: The number of tournament* (hew promoted during March 1051-March, 1952. Thm %  t nwb T o/ rotimamenii durliff the abore period that r^tultrd In a toss. The number of foumniricnts, Ihey Intend to promote durinp Hie neat uinti-r season. Whether they i.iiend to ron... rimer promorino in Hie event of, to Join the select company of the neut scale of Enfertotiinirnt HllODES. FREEMAN. PARKER Tax beina Imposed. and J T. HEARNE. the only Preliminary inquiries show a bowlers who have taken 3000 disquieting number of promoter*; DMira. who will have to answer this last H inOnce question in the negative. So to-dny by telephone I asked Angling Magistrate Goddard if ha wero likely to play BESIDES being Chief Metroin more than one game. poiltan Magistrtac, Sir LAUR'It all depends," he told me, ENCE DUNNE is a keen angler, 'g "if I satisfy myself and it the Now he it the new president ol iS eounty require mv help. If so. the British Costing Association. |S 1 moy play mora cricket this Sir Laurence is a member of aa ason .'' the Fly Fishers' Club, and was a "Th.v never come hack," Is an regular competitor In the Casting adage that sport proves time and Association's tournaments. retired from first-class cricket last July after a serious attack of pneumonia and pleurisy. No Bowler Hut he pledged that, once lit. lie would help the county at any tl W th WELLS ,ui(l MORTIMORE In the Services GloueeiU-iii w b i, ""' ""•' lth "'" %  ow rl hl %  • %  arm bowler, ami ti dard makes good that promise. Goddard's comeback prompts m ,, intriguing conjecture. When he retired he needed onl ivicketr: Time to relax—made perfect by your enjoyment of favourite radio programmes brought to you by private line direct from our studios, with the B.5.C. and New York. No Interference or tuning! g'ttlCWX WITH REDIFFUSI0N i'OII llll lilt S.INIIMM. Ilrur il al Trii/nlfiir Strerl. 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West Allies Must Stand Firm Before Russians Anthony Eden Tells i House Oi Commons! < AH ,% \ i VII.H A<< II;\ r LONDON. June IK. Anthony Eden lo-day lold] Big Drop Realised In Steel Output British Foreign Sterct;: Commons that the West mill pricks in Berlin. He sa,d "our respons.bilnv il to re'ui tirmly our nghls and ,., .,.„ (tc , pinpricks. 1ms wc!.,,, | .„„... fl is for us to be firm in u.e fn Inpricks. Labourite Arthur Henderson had asked Eden for a statement on the recent events in Baa lin to which Eden replied with a brief account ol the ij inning ol allied patrols from in* Autobahn between Bulin and Weal Germany and other western Sovti .„ Berlin Fden said he Ihought the situation in Bern v/u a it showed that Britain received on from Russia bv standing llrm. When Leftuing LabOttrtta Sid-— ney Silvprman asked when Britain would call a Conference .f sieal, powers Including Communl;.. China and India lo irv to settle! all matters threatening world. '1 ITSBUhCH. June la. Iv.ce programme, is Imping Communisls Charged With Sabotage price in the rar East. Eden replied that Oovfrrimrnt hopes there wUI l.. an arnustlce In Korea followed by discussions on a political settlement in that countryThey consider the most hopeful course to try to settle the Korean.„ question was first to prepare the i-i-m inn Cnrnmn-i way for a • %  stttlemenlTf other problems in the Far East." He told Sllvcrman he WHS "not without hope that a solution would t-ventully be found for Ihe prisoners of war Issue holding up a settlement in Korea. Prime Minister Winston Churchill was drawn into the Korean question when a Labour member asked him if he would call an immediate conference of fill United Nations taking •..: %  In Korean War to discuss the present situation. Mr. Churchill replied "that this constan; exchange ot views between Governments whose force* are taking part in notion In Kore- mid :i formal conference does not seem nocesarrests of villagers who opposed aary," %  t nation. Questioner Norman Dodds ask-' Ea the Soviet state how much longer we are |7one protest*, nt bishops admitted coin*? to stand meekly on the ihit the border area is belnp sidelines whilst American chiefs evacuated decide our fate. Is il not a fact lhat mismanagement 'f the truce t.lks could result In this country being drawn into a third World War and ii it not obvious that this country and others should tie represented 1 *" Churchill merely replied that it Is not anpropn;ite to discuss s urh difflrult .es.—t).P. No A*lcn?pt To Dislodge 45fh Div. SEOUL* June 18. Communists gave up their attempts—et least temporarlly-to dislodge United States 45th Division soldiers from three hills wet of Chorwon. Ki, : Mi Army hejdquarteri said the usual Red attack did not material.ze"last nUnt or this morninf although Rci's continutd pumpMig artillery ante Allied positions. Meanwhile the Fifth Alrforr* was grounded owing to i ::d wcuther. A eommuniuue said ;. cloud mess moved down iron. Manchuria to cover the entire Kore-i-. peninsula. Only iecoiinaiss.-.nce planes flew up to 6.00 p.m. (S.00 a.m. EDT) Ground war slowed up tor the tint time since June 12 and 13 when 45th Division troops captured the hills. The army said thai shelling provided the only activity along the batttefront. Reds had attacked like clockwork nightly in vain uttempls to recapture hill position.*. Bottles usually lavrd until about 3.00 a.m — UT. cant, at • I M4.HQ0 ton-; cent, of the mil. Mi>ai of these hj> independent unions Wednesday ini \2 < p. > %  ': %  • Only I %  %  nth bill fM MM of Philip Murray's C.l.O. united *t eel-workers are striking. Government ii trying deanerately to work out a programme (or some steel plants to produci materials vilally needed for mi) itary effort. White House says considerable progress ha-, been made in conferences with com. pany and union spokesman. Soviets Build-Up Air force Strength • %  %  %  Jet fighter* have htepped up the I [at iitha V> i %  %  %  n I %  Ra aii [ore* i I'OIK r.MAN takes evident > %  (niii.n.-. yesterday. runt wherl .f the The American Iro.. Institute says thai ttrtkl this year have 11 of 5,500.000 uiM of steel. It csti.i. ates the total will increase 262.000 tons each day the strike cmnllmm BEKUN. June 18. informed source, MIJ that the %  RBI Certn.m State cli.irgcd more 'nan 100 Communist officials with wibotaglng the government'* ilans to evacuate unreliable elements from the sealed off zone along the East-West Gormnn border. ~ STOCKHOLM •'_ West Berlin Socialists said the "O'TJEAUX. France, June 18. Sweden tonight replied to uv East Oertnan governmen*. In an The violent hail storm which Russian protest that ;. Caflllna orlort in place tli_responsibility raged over Sauterne's wine growplane Hew over Soviet territory for border clrshe. l n which farming region for the second cont >nd nred at a Russtnn aircraft on and villagers fought police with neculive day destroyed an e?.Monday this week. The Swedish reply which Hkttt Razes Wine Otop r/Queen At Her First Ascot Meet Royal Hunt Cup Wan? In Successive Years By Filler Sweden Sends Stern Note %o Soviet Union 18 axes and scythes, ordered an Intimated 80 per cent, of vcstlgatton of Communist office crop according to the authorities holders in fifteen border area* V incyards at Bomes. Suutorne*. where I'ertv battle* rrged. It wai Pivlgnac. Fargucs and Idngon all Muavad that Communist officials reputed for their high quality pre facing certain ouster and pervintages were the most affected hans arrest. are 14 with losses to wine growers The investigation of Communist running into many millions of officials proceeded along with the Fram-. It la the third year In succession that Santrme'i vlMyarda wart badly damaged by storms—I).P. Prisoners Br-ak From RedGomrade* rlrtit. ami tho East ftprman StltUtlO!!.— V.V, Princess Margaret Sings At Parly LONDON, June 18. NEHRU GOES ON HIMALAYAN TREK The East German New-. Service AD.N. Mid nn Mond'iv that the itlon reports were "libellous rumours." Grolewhol mule adKOJH 1S1JUJD, Korea. June 18 mission in.nnswer to the bishops' Three hundred and forty nonprotest against evacuation which communist prisoners bolted from the Bishops said violnted human Red comrades during a breakup ,of 5.600 Communist war prisoners in Uie once unruly Compound 85. United Stales Second Division %  oldiers on guard duty with fixed bayonet* %  houtad entour.igemont U nonCoinmumsts flung their licd-starred cap:, in dirt and fled from the ranks. One of the pn=playad wounds apparentlv received in a recent beating by Princess Margaret played the Communist strong arm squads. piano and sang for the guests of But the movtmenl of prisoners to her sister Quaon Elirnbeth II. in fltfe hundred-man enclosures, Windsor (:•.!!. 'i.r,dr. ajgttl oUsnrw l aa Wii-' without incident after ottendlnr her Hist cnrklail Allogetiier 56.000 of 80.000 Cornparty since the death of her T.unist prisoners on Koje have father. King George VI. now ottha* boan moved to smaller enclosures or their compounds Friends say s he has a good searched for tunnels, weapons unrf voice and plays ihe piUM "very Red propaganda. Almost 1.000 well.' She prefers popular turys prisoners have boiled for freedom to classics.—U.P. during shifts.—UJ. Vlalik Summons Meeting Of U.N. Security Council UNITFD NATIONS, New York. June 18. The Soviet delegate Jackou A. Malik summoned memben "1 the United Nations Security Council lo n 3.00 p.m. E.D.T. session to-day to hour Russia's germ warfare charges. Western delegates on the olever.-i'ation Council are expectiently through Malik's argument before exploding it as big lie' 1 propaganda. As prevdont of Cuunr-l for June. Malik called members to Aral mat ton since April u '-> the KrOgnUll proposed dcid that -11 cou believed to reicct the Sov protest was handed over to the .in %  -.. n Ambassador here. rhreply It was believed also pressed for a Russian reply to Sw.dcnown earlier protest ftVaintl th.> shoollng down >.f the CaUlioa by Russian planes on Ihe same ., M %  i Swadlafa plane Haw ovi i her territory and opened fire. An Informed source said here tonight that the Swedish reply was on* or the mot.t sharply w changes ever Ix-tween the two countries. In Washington. Seer, tarv o* S"i* li-an Ach.'.on tnld i or*— II cnntm-iec he v iind concerned by the phool -"own or the Swdi*h idrplnne by Sovk flphtets. A'hf-nn irrmed the Sfiviel action indefensible When asked f comment, the BosEretary said he thought the principal comment hittl been 1 Ihe Sweru>h r msjoi II %  poarantty referred to the official Swedish prnt to sry how deeply shocked and concerned he was bv what hi* termed this indefensible action. —r.r. Korean Assembly Extends Term Of Chairman ASCOT. England. June 18. Queen Elizabeth II presided over her first Royal Ate rt !' ( %  • MMtins Tuetday bu! htr rporM (Iniihed ioh in a iiu -t 1*2. The young Queen v.i rii Invendni" brocwled satin rode In the Brtt coach oi tha Royal pncaaatoi) which paraded Sown the stratch, Then she went to Ihe padduck to watch the saddling of her colt Choir Boy A to 2 favourite in the first race but Choir Boy never ihowed much interest in the 7W furlong gallop finishing a poor 10th. Southborne an Irish grev own. led by A. Hawkins and ridden i rUchards won easily a> n 17 to I outsider. Flighty Franca bargain basement 11 Mv whlth ,*fatlod as a 20 'o I out•.:.!• un. Hi* i tg raea of tha day £2,500 >00i Ascot Si. Ciiidwll wi rloofcing second I vi i aii third anatbai bal' U-p ivr^-^ndwio I length behind. Jam:dcu. JiufV IH. H'llbty Fiances, a foui-ye.-.sUtetucnt aboi ti: % %  Ul v 1-* %  ' %  :"J "i Fi..nce out > "of ajewi mtngrVi lo i„. tjutek Fllgtit Is th. ArctIflUy l %  ^•w torn ^* *••-'"•* %  • Th •*". Wm leader]'• a The aenlr„ its ipiaraov* for tinaoeai on. A 'that ithaa on view i m tha House W Itontlon a had made the question of Wct Some of the dresses cost na much Indian Federation "a more rt.licat • %  >"> Flighty Frances which *.i Tha r ii.' ht by Mrs F. P. Jackson f... South Africa and they lte. 1B0 Guineas (about 15IHI (tP 1 %  M-vi. ()m ^CTMpondant writes: For ihe West Indies federal., !' M \ s^^d conseeutlve yearj liat chance would wo have oi M_ a A or MrCalmonl and 'coming full memlx-rs of Bi % %  li I omnionweallliV No c! Federated W.I. Haw No Chance With Dr. Vfaton BUSTAMANTE SAYS Of Camps' Location JM< WOK. June 111. ... :. %  ,.. 1 holdl Hod pii-ouem of war In North Ko%  ihey v live months ago. The United Nation rtanund waa atada in a not .tiite.t tO Corntnanlsl officers a a three minute llnuion meeting a M mwa site. The truce talks are U % %  The United Nr-iin lioie. atgncd b,v senior l nice delegate Mmnr Oenei H | William K. Harrison said that all racon mlssnnrp failed t<> baar 0U| in Hed chum yes'lerday that thev have oroiwrly m.nke.1 all '.:, lo prevent accidental air attack l>y the United Nat An ullted noU' add '"Mr ->( tiM snips' number* 2, 6. !>, 10 cc n t W %  potti i'r lei named %  vrr prisoner lists and n January .• ilx.not.iddcd. Ii -u tha ullrc 1 'ime In the month tttnt been halte.i I'.F. %  • am bet .i I l Ingrid Bergman Bears Twins long i ii'. Milan ha idad tha ROME. June Movie actrcsj Ingrtii I v.birth to twins hi M.S. Persse won tho ):•: •> <>,.-,.' physician Di I Hunt Cup here thia afterN.rdotir was ..ille-l at I U Ith a ally when Queen of [to rush to |ba Internal .. followed last year's victory ;i„| top itome'M Janlou] TUSAN. Korrri June 18, The National Assembly temporarily exteniliol the [anna f f i'* in ind \\ %  vka cii.ornsen i a move to he!-., solva the flCMilh ,, on ,w ww different pcisons or ^ . .1 laiA. -.^. i........ ..... I i .. South At11' an Governmen) y p | etalns hl< race hatrad, IK MB Sill IS Tfclai i. n rnce which flllic" l "* ran ; In. Oueen of gheh. hrlng up the point u, thai the stalling at 100 to seven began l Wet Indies would know where (1r lW UWi ,y from tbOM On the fai ibej Band rida and paasad l-i Princesae tw ,_. ,. ... I half furlongs nut. upon the voice .. %  ,. ,.,.„, u U „ U |) onwealfhT "I cun see no ptanda aide i ii in .i syslein only designed toi dlserimlrtn-| of ftheba gradually wen. 0 on ihe far snle She actress nan i Italian Director IteberU) has been tor thrt %  %  .. i. Asked If the birth had been easy Profi ... Nunl'ui,. ,nid Korean political crisis. Si.p|H>rtern and npoonentl '' Pretident Syngmar Rnee iainad i in-.,i Chairman P. M. sninuky and i men Kim Dong Song and Cho BonpAn in oHlce. !.,• action camp SB0r|ty after Chung Kyu:i top rankin< nHI employee of the United s i ii turned to his poM n'ler beinit mis ng toi 30 hours }{,said he had ban to "sea my mother" but anti-Rhee assemblymen said he hid out to avoid >'ing arrested "for political activity.'—t.r. bi pioxy la Juarec, I IIST Ingrid had oMauad .i dlvon drst hushand nWdUh | Pstar Undatronx II ui ilv Arlstophanaa went ""in (wlawquenily divorced Miss Bera> She apiMarad all set fo ,M "' OaUfatiBa amara m r ,.., ,. [ tn Meai ea n datraa am not recognisffi llustamantc statement follow^ ... in ed by MIG flrhter.i which OMMd are without Mllltaiy souiic, aald thev doubted rders how* .:\y backIred sfhen trrer sealou tuna. Air i laUcata aq i i ii arestern idiines. I m ire the %  i. %  iga'lon. .nd just whan it llyi-nc .-.--Wr. r'<-1t a.rt i nnv with that raautr %  b-lng improved and ah %  %  I Ho l dad Delegate %  %  ins is. tl i lo London thl yaai I i 1 i %  necessarv the lime IA lhali riiosal. Una which will begin .rul/ In %  %  %  ilnturcs, in. i i 'i meml n H i %  i litures. Onancial aspect settled. was completely ml the Geneva proioci euuawUuj tacteriologn.il warfare. Malik's BI atVa n Brhagfttg up the Geneva protocol ostensibly was to embarrass the United Suites which signed the document but refused to ralifv jt. Fresident Trumi.ii aithdrew it from Ihe I i : I i %  e Russia %  Mv -nd rlolatad its paper ana ol I ntw lap Sovie: dip'itniK esreping transfer in Russia's latent diplomatic shiftwas expected to give the Council. Iin iToorfJni elecUlr irain. ^ let It dl Ty 1*'.. I. cjiskt-rsjclrtert • Two girl students and a nineclaims that United state*; troops l t9n vear old y"u:h diui immedhadv.aged cerm warfare Ooserv-ilately under the wheels o.* th.i era here indicatedI thev vjld v 'rain when the tnotorman WJ< be sui-piised .f UV. i( ,,, .(„., |; tlnv Thica from his germ warfare chirfe to uU i eM ^^ a t the hospital, %  peat CommuniM propaganda Theacc.d%  • occurred during Six Killed At Railway Station TOKYO, I i Six pen-ins snare KUhd Arid cgnty miured when an ov< A Tokyo's Nlppori Hallway Station collapsed under ihe wnght of H rush hour crowd throwing victims into Ua Lou Costelto Fined $1.10 length frnm Hrunetlo with aaa %  length and a half i 'i rd. Then came Numttor a stable c m nan Inn of the socr.rul followed bv Ahraharn*S Star and Socrates ; foment . n" favouilte but %  INGRID'S DAUGHTER GRADUATES Comiu line about alleged ml of Red prisoneraf war on Koje Island. Althouf-H a ".pokerman refus d to discuss th !" ir plans for eountar* i attacking Malik'i latest claims. ATibnvsador F-rnest C.ross repres'l.ting the United States said "e wrong doe oi I % %  to-day. %  highway. J The sAarnci .f Mat De Ooc • aid Coitc.lo almost • *' %  I parked car i-ear his. home and \l\vn almost | Ing vehicle before he i lillcd. — I' f. Cuocn of Shsbr was m i most Important succethis Is. She Is a dauehtcr ol Persian Culf who I' i:salit-;iiulll r old-Up Gottg&U TB Aa'reflted roxo'S stcut CROP mSL 0 /: \ p/x TA TIO \s IP-" f-jr C NEW YO'lK, June 13 I Four youns men vmu Ulags -ly rnhb^d live hotels and . their SIO.WIO p;.-.e I:. I" I their courage, wore arrested and on % %  . J to tiie saaaatfa hire holdup" of I Mel £morsoi Detectives soid thai I POUT-t.I-'-SPAIN Tho oifi.'iial announ<.< %  lhat thf B -i %  lecturers JU-lton hou eaptura today said Trinldi ol i nat on durlrtc which taaay ran sugdi nop Just lOmpl ted f.-l! %  ..' .... r*d 'eh j u abwi of ncpeet I ">tal (J |b< and stripped gueston wa.s 137 358 to SeJBOO tons below the eatin it! thl fbeii haul lha real The cause of the drop has'sp %  !• '2.3W 11 n Bttnbuled to heav> ram la All four m*n >.,i taliowad by a avers) drought poitlclpated In ih ( four own I throughout lh P gr.ndlng season robberies in the past few •. I' r lap delegates of Britain, France and other western powers. Most nhsar^ars iieheved the western powers would offer a resolution callin* upon Russia tot NEW YORK June 18 nt^'.Lir^r^. 1 n l e "^ Ci,t: n n Sw l; r,n Nw Yorker, were the soot of iti germ warfare nron^ated 19 Die In U.S. Record Heat Wave ON A VISIT TO 0*N0TOK, capital ol the state of Slkklm. India's Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru rides a weary-looking horse across a 15.000-foot Himalayan pass, oo the Tltet-Sikkim bolder. He made tha uip over the Csngtok-Nathi^s road, the maio trade raata to Tibet charges. Russia hai refused to do so. Western powers also m'ght fol% %  ^d cf the United States Secretary >.f State Arheson who has cnlled RU StSl a' s germ warfare propaganda an ml •crime. A fonr. : dd be brought against thSoviet Union States today. on thia basu.—L'J*. tMcoru orcak.ng light" relief tod-.y from the record breaking he.,t thi rear thu had etgulfwl the entire coast, A cool Canadian air niai brought weleomithough tot ^r relief to the I %  i fiascastaii section of the United lands Ln lim except for late whi bUmldity combined to n terdey the most uncomfortable day of the year ;hus far for New Yorkers. The temperature reached 01 degrie-. Ffttn. The death toll across th States from the haai %  In K msas and Mir he t a o d in the Dakvtas that the heat arava fl) nccs for a good small grain crop. The weakly Federal crop Report suid the small grain rittutnon was "becold front vut reported today over the gnt B aa and moving aastst ud. nless this new front Is dispersed by hot air eomll snafl expected to aid In reisavlog i aughout the stricken area.—U.F. CfNTlt Of A Btnil CUSTODY %  ATTU, Pla UwUIr"srlth naf father. Dr. Peter Llndsln-m, after fradVAtlng ft<-.•Jvorna Junior High School In Beverly Hills. Calif. Pia, who bears a **rong renemblsnce to her actress mother, Ingrid Bergman, was chosen. u mak* lha oonuaanctmsBt addr&a. (Inter nod anal Stmndphotw;


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West Allies Must Stand
Firm Before Russians
Anthony Eden Tells i
House Oi Commons!
< ah ,% \ i vii.h a<< ii;\ r
LONDON. June IK.
Anthony Eden lo-day lold]
Big Drop
Realised In
Steel Output
British Foreign Sterct;:
Commons that the West mill
pricks in Berlin. He sa,d "our respons.bilnv il to re'ui
tirmly our nghls and ,., .,. (tc, ,
pinpricks. 1ms wc!.,,, | ....
fl is for us to be firm in u.e fn Inpricks.
Labourite Arthur Henderson had asked Eden for a
statement on the recent events in Baa lin to which Eden re-
plied with a brief account ol the ij inning ol allied patrols
from in* Autobahn between Bulin and Weal Germany
and other western Sovti . Berlin Fden said
he Ihought the situation in Bern v/u a
it showed that Britain received on from
Russia bv standing llrm.
When Leftuing LabOttrtta Sid-
ney Silvprman asked when Britain
would call a Conference .f sieal,
powers Including Communl;..
China and India lo irv to settle!
all matters threatening world.
'1 ITSBUhCH. June la.
Iv.ce programme, is Imping
Communisls
Charged With
Sabotage
price in the rar East. Eden re-
plied that Oovfrrimrnt hopes
there wUI l.. an arnustlce In
Korea followed by discussions on
a political settlement in that
country-
They consider the most hopeful
course to try to settle the Korean.
question was first to prepare the i-i-m inn Cnrnmn-i
way for a stttlemenlTf other
problems in the Far East." He
told Sllvcrman he whs "not with-
out hope that a solution would
t-ventully be found for Ihe
prisoners of war Issue holding up
a settlement in Korea.
Prime Minister Winston
Churchill was drawn into the
Korean question when a Labour
member asked him if he would
call an immediate conference of
fill United Nations taking ..:! In
Korean War to discuss the present
situation. Mr. Churchill replied
"that this constan; exchange ot
views between Governments
whose force* are taking part in
notion In Kore- mid :i formal
conference does not seem noces- arrests of villagers who opposed
aary," t nation.
Questioner Norman Dodds ask-' Ea<- Gorman Premier Ottii
Pd again, "will Ihe Prime Ministet jGrotewhol m a letter ti> the Soviet
state how much longer we are |7one protest*, nt bishops admitted
coin*? to stand meekly on the ihit the border area is belnp
sidelines whilst American chiefs evacuated
decide our fate. Is il not a fact
lhat mismanagement 'f the truce
t.lks could result In this country
being drawn into a third World
War and ii it not obvious that
this country and others should tie
represented1*" Churchill merely
replied that it Is not anpropn;ite
to discuss surh difflrult.es.t).P.
No A*lcn?pt To
Dislodge 45fh Div.
SEOUL* June 18.
Communists gave up their at-
temptset least temporarlly-to
dislodge United States 45th Divi-
sion soldiers from three hills wet
of Chorwon. Ki, : Mi Army hejd-
quarteri said the usual Red attack
did not material.ze"last nUnt or
this morninf although Rci's con-
tinutd pumpMig artillery ante
Allied positions.
Meanwhile the Fifth Alrforr*
was grounded owing to i ::d
wcuther. A eommuniuue said ;.
cloud mess moved down iron.
Manchuria to cover the entire
Kore-i-. peninsula.
Only iecoiinaiss.-.nce planes flew
up to 6.00 p.m. (S.00 a.m. EDT)
Ground war slowed up tor the tint
time since June 12 and 13 when
45th Division troops captured the
hills.
The army said thai
shelling provided the only activity
along the batttefront. Reds had
attacked like clockwork nightly in
vain uttempls to recapture hill
position.*. Bottles usually lavrd
until about 3.00 a.m UT.
cant, at
I M4.HQ0 ton-;
cent, of the mil.
Mi>ai of these hj>
independent unions
Wednesday ini \2 < p. >
':
Only I

nth
bill fM MM
of Philip Murray's C.l.O. united
*t eel-workers are striking.
Government ii trying deaner-
ately to work out a programme
(or some steel plants to produci
materials vilally needed for mi)
itary effort. White House says
considerable progress ha-, been
made in conferences with com.
pany and union spokesman.
Soviets Build-Up
Air force Strength


Jet fighter*
have htepped up the I
[at ii- tha V> i

. n I

Ra aii [ore*
i
I'OIK r.MAN takes evident
> (niii.n.-. yesterday.
runt wherl .f the
The American Iro.. _
Institute says thai ttrtkl
this year have 11
of 5,500.000 uiM of steel. It csti.i.
ates the total will increase 262.000
tons each day the strike cmnllmm
BEKUN. June 18.
informed source, mij that the
RBI Certn.m State cli.irgcd more
'nan 100 Communist officials with
wibotaglng the government'* ilans
to evacuate unreliable elements
from the sealed off zone along
the East-West Gormnn border. ~ STOCKHOLM '_
West Berlin Socialists said the "O'TJEAUX. France, June 18. Sweden tonight replied to uv
East Oertnan governmen*. In an The violent hail storm which Russian protest that ;. Caflllna
orlort in place tli_- responsibility raged over Sauterne's wine grow- plane Hew over Soviet territory
for border clrshe. ln which farm- ing region for the second con- t >nd nred at a Russtnn aircraft on
* and villagers fought police with neculive day destroyed an e?.- Monday this week.
The Swedish reply which
Hkttt Razes
Wine Otop
r/Queen At Her First Ascot Meet
Royal Hunt Cup Wan? In
Successive Years By Filler
Sweden Sends
Stern Note %o
Soviet Union
18
axes and scythes, ordered an In- timated 80 per cent, of
vcstlgatton of Communist office crop according to the authorities
holders in fifteen border area* V incyards at Bomes. Suutorne*.
where I'ertv battle* rrged. It wai Pivlgnac. Fargucs and Idngon all
Muavad that Communist officials reputed for their high quality
pre facing certain ouster and per- vintages were the most affected
hans arrest. are 14 with losses to wine growers
The investigation of Communist running into many millions of
officials proceeded along with the Fram-.
It la the third year In succession
that Santrme'i vlMyarda wart
badly damaged by stormsI).P.
Prisoners Br-ak
From RedGomrade*
rlrtit. ami tho East ftprman
StltUtlO!!.V.V,
Princess Margaret
Sings At Parly
LONDON, June 18.
NEHRU GOES ON HIMALAYAN TREK
The East German New-. Service
AD.N. Mid nn Mond'iv that the
itlon reports were "libellous
rumours." Grolewhol mule ad- KOJH 1S1JUJD, Korea. June 18
mission in.nnswer to the bishops' Three hundred and forty non-
protest against evacuation which communist prisoners bolted from
the Bishops said violnted human Red comrades during a breakup
,of 5.600 Communist war prisoners
in Uie once unruly Compound 85.
United Stales Second Division
oldiers on guard duty with fixed
bayonet* houtad entour.igemont
U nonCoinmumsts flung their
licd-starred cap:, in dirt and fled
from the ranks. One of the pn=-
playad wounds apparent-
lv received in a recent beating by
Princess Margaret played the Communist strong arm squads.
piano and sang for the guests of But the movtmenl of prisoners to
her sister Quaon Elirnbeth II. in fltfe hundred-man enclosures,
Windsor (:.!!. 'i.r,dr. ajgttl oUsnrwlaa Wii-' without incident
after ottendlnr her Hist cnrklail Allogetiier 56.000 of 80.000 Corn-
party since the death of her T.unist prisoners on Koje have
father. King George VI. now ottha* boan moved to small-
er enclosures or their compounds
Friends say she has a good searched for tunnels, weapons unrf
voice and plays ihe piUM "very Red propaganda. Almost 1.000
well.' She prefers popular turys prisoners have boiled for freedom
to classics.U.P. during shifts.UJ.
Vlalik Summons Meeting
Of U.N. Security Council
UNITFD NATIONS, New York. June 18.
The Soviet delegate Jackou A. Malik summoned mem-
ben "1 the United Nations Security Council lo n 3.00 p.m.
E.D.T. session to-day to hour Russia's germ warfare charges.
Western delegates on the olever.-i'ation Council are expect-
iently through Malik's argument before explod-
ing it as big lie'1 propaganda.
As prevdont of Cuunr-l for
June. Malik called members to
Aral mat ton since April u '->
the KrOgnUll proposed dc-
id that -11 cou
believed to reicct the Sov
protest was handed over to the
.in-.. n Ambassador here.
rh- reply It was believed also
pressed for a Russian reply to
Sw.dcn- own earlier protest
ftVaintl th.> shoollng down >.f the
CaUlioa by Russian planes on
Ihe same .,
m i Swadlafa plane Haw ovi i
her territory and opened fire. An
Informed source said here tonight
that the Swedish reply was on*
or the mot.t sharply w
changes ever Ix-tween the two
countries.
In Washington. Seer, tarv o*
S"i* li-an Ach.'.on tnld i or* II
cnntm-iec he v
iind concerned by the phool
-"own or the Swdi*h idrplnne by
Sovk flphtets. A'hf-nn irrmed
the Sfiviel action indefensible
When asked f comment, the
BosEretary said he thought the
principal comment hittl been
1 Ihe Sweru>h r
msjoi ii poarantty referred to
the official Swedish prnt mgal Mi- -ild he felt, l-owever.
it uould be anoroorinte for hin>
to sry how deeply shocked and
concerned he was bv what hi*
termed this indefensible action.
r.r.
Korean Assembly
Extends Term
Of Chairman
, ASCOT. England. June 18.
Queen Elizabeth II presided over her first Royal Ate rt
!' ( MMtins Tuetday bu! htr rporM (Iniihed ioh in a iiu
-t 1*2.
The young Queen v.i rii Invendni" brocwled
satin rode In the Brtt coach oi tha Royal pncaaatoi) which
paraded Sown the stratch, Then she went to Ihe padduck
to watch the saddling of her colt Choir Boy A to 2 favourite
in the first race but Choir Boy never ihowed much interest
in the 7W furlong gallop finishing a poor 10th.
Southborne an Irish grev own.
led by A. Hawkins and ridden i .
rUchards won easily a> n
17 to I outsider. Flighty Franca .
bargain basement 11 Mv whlth
,*fatlod as a 20 'o I out.:.! un.
Hi* i tg raea of tha day 2,500
>00i Ascot Si.
Ciiidwll wi
rloofcing second I
vi i aii third anatbai bal'
U-p ivr^-^ndwio I length behind.
Jam:dcu. JiufV IH. H'llbty Fiances, a foui-ye.-.-
sUtetucnt aboi ti: "Ul v 1-*' :"J "i Fi..nce out >
"of ajewi mtngrVi lo i. tjutek Fllgtit Is th. ArctIflUy l
^w torn ^* *- -'"* * Th *".
Wm leader]' a
The aenlr
its ipiaraov* for tin- aoeai on. A
'that ithaa on view i
m tha House W Itontlon a
had made the question of Wct Some of the dresses cost na much
Indian Federation "a more rt.licat >"> Flighty Frances which *.i
Tha r......ii.' ht by Mrs F. P. Jackson f...
South Africa and they lte. 1B0 Guineas (about 15IHI (tP
1 M-vi. ()m. ^CTMpondant writes: For
ihe West Indies federal., !'M\ s^^d conseeutlve yearj
liat chance would wo have oi M_aAor MrCalmonl and
'coming full memlx-rs of
Bi ' li I omnionweallliV No c!
Federated W.I.
Haw No Chance
With Dr. Vfaton
BUSTAMANTE SAYS
Of Camps'
Location
JM< WOK. June 111.
... :. ,..
1 holdl Hod pii-ou-
em of war In North Ko-
ihey v
live months ago. The United Na-
tion rtanund waa atada in a not
.tiite.t tO Corntnanlsl officers a
a three minute llnuion meeting a
m mwa site.
The truce talks are U
The United Nr-iin
lioie. atgncd b,v senior l nice
delegate Mmnr OeneiH| William
K. Harrison said that all racon
mlssnnrp failed t<> baar 0U| in
Hed chum yes'lerday that thev have
oroiwrly m.nke.1 all '.:,
lo prevent accidental air attack
l>y the United Nat
An ullted noU' add '"Mr ->( tiM
snips' number* 2, 6. !>, 10 cc
n t W potti i'r lei named
vrr prisoner lists and n
January .! ilx.- not.- iddc ca npa "i-itti.i do i
an announced or else Red true*
dalag its have been misinformed
.ibout the "adeouacy" t'f
Today's liilef meotinfc wag Hie
ity at tha t i'

three *lay recess to give Com-
munists tune to think 0 V 01
MB more United Nations flrm
sand galnsl fonftay
riiMt-C'oininuriiit prisoners to the
Tha Communinti delivered a
on' of (heir own lod;^
Ihe United Nations <.f i
I iK'gniidtioiis by calling re-
b \ h - h
loa-dny ,.crU>d. Ii -u tha ullrc1
'ime In the month tttnt '
been halte.i___I'.F.
"

am bet .i
I
l
Ingrid Bergman
Bears Twins
long i
. ii'. Milan ha idad tha
ROME. June
Movie actrcsj Ingrtii I
v.- birth to twins hi
M.S. Persse won tho ):: > <>,.-,.' physician Di I
Hunt Cup here thia after- N.rdotir was ..ille-l at I U
Ith a ally when Queen of [to rush to |ba Internal
.. followed last year's victory ;i| top itome'M Janlou]
TUSAN. Korrri June 18,
The National Assembly tem-
porarily exteniliol the [anna ff i'*
in ind \\ vka cii.ornsen i.....
a move to he!-., solva the flCMilh ,,'on ,w'ww" different pcisons or
- ^ .1 laiA-___. ___-.^. i........ ..... I----- i ..
South At11' an Governmen) yp| ,
etalns hl< race hatrad, IK MB Sill IS Tfclai i. n rnce which flllic-
"l "* ran ; In. Oueen of gheh.
hrlng up the point u, thai the stalling at 100 to seven began l
Wet Indies would know where (1r.lW UWi,y from tbOM On the fai
ibej Band rida and paasad l-i Princesae tw
,_. ,. ... I half furlongs nut.
upon the voice .. ,. ,.,.,-u UU|).
onwealfhT "I cun see no ptanda aide
i ii in .i syslein only designed toi
dlserimlrtn-| of ftheba gradually wen.
0 on ihe far snle
She actress nan
i Italian Director IteberU) '
has been tor thrt
.. i.
, Asked If the birth had been easy
Profi ... Nunl'ui,. ,nid
Korean political crisis.
Si.p|H>rtern and npoonentl ''
Pretident Syngmar Rnee iainad
. i in-.,i
Chairman P. M. sninuky and
i men Kim Dong Song
and Cho Bonp- An in oHlce.
!., action camp SB0r|ty after
Chung Kyu:i top rankin<
n-hi employee of the United
s i ii turned to his poM
n'ler beinit mis ng toi 30 hours
}{,- said he had ban to "sea my
mother" but anti-Rhee assembly-
men said he hid out to avoid >'-
ing arrested "for political activ-
ity.'t.r.
bi pioxy la Juarec, *
I IISt Ingrid had
oMauad .i dlvon
drst hushand nWdUh |
Pstar Undatronx ii ui
ilv Arlstophanaa went ""in (wlawquenily divorced Miss Bera>
She apiMarad all set fo ,M "' OaUfatiBa amara m
r. ,.., ,. [tn Meaiean datraa am not recognisffi
llustamantc statement follow- ^ ... in nn earlier declaration whli | | . ,<:. sldss of the M3*year-old daughte- (a,
indicated that Jamaica would not ludaja ruled that ... U.r\
more towaiot fadaratlon until the Quai an by half,- ---......-
dlflereni races living
Hntlsh flag '
I l
ule out
ome < f Ihei t
attacked I
beau touchy about planes flying
l
portani
bases and guided mlaslls
lions around iU ah
were also carrying out nai
oeuvres when n
place.
In both cases the Air France
Pl'i"c and t -ne u_
armed western aircraft were
;umi>ed by MIG flrhter.i which
OMMd are without
Mllltaiy souiic, aald thev doubted
,c\ without |d
have shot unless I
hat gave
i to Shoot In at
taneea
They mid such o-ders arould be
onthM tor an alerted fighter
,
nitsions lo Lithoriaad'*
. ,1
erlain point
Iflllur) sources said Red alert
>rders how* .:\y back-
Ired sfhen trrer sealou
tuna. Air
i
laUcata aq
i i ii arestern idiines.
I m ire the
i.
iga'lon.
.nd just whan
it llyi-nc
.-.--Wr. r'<--1ta.rt i
nnv with that raautr

b-lng improved and ah
-
I
Ho l dad Delegate

ins is.
-
tl i lo
London thl yaai I
i
1
i

necessarv
the lime ia
lhali riiosal.
Una which will begin
.rul/ In


ilnturcs, in. i i 'i meml
n h
i i litures.
Onancial aspect
settled.
was completely
ml the Geneva proioci
euuawUuj tacteriologn.il warfare.
Malik's BI atVa n Brhagfttg up
the Geneva protocol ostensibly
was to embarrass the United
Suites which signed the document
but refused to ralifv jt. Fresident
Trumi.ii aithdrew it from Ihe
Ii : I i e Russia
Mv -nd rlolatad its paper
ana ol I ntw lap Sovie:
dip'itniK esreping transfer in
Russia's latent diplomatic shift-
was expected to give the Council. Iin iToorfJni elecUlr irain.
. ^let*,Itdl. Ty1-*'.. I. cjiskt-rsjclrtert Two girl students and a nine-
claims that United state*; troops lt9n vear old y"u:h diui immed-
hadv.aged cerm warfare Ooserv-ilately under the wheels o.* th.i
era here indicatedI thev vjld v 'rain when the tnotorman wj<
be sui-piised .f UV. i(. ,,, .(., |;, tlnv. Thica
from his germ warfare chirfe to uUieM ^^ at the hospital,
peat CommuniM propaganda Theacc.d- occurred during
Six Killed At
Railway Station
TOKYO, I i
Six pen-ins snare KUhd Arid
cgnty miured when an ov<
A Tokyo's Nlppori Hall-
way Station collapsed under ihe
wnght of H rush hour crowd
throwing victims into Ua
Lou Costelto
Fined $1.10
length frnm Hrunetlo with
aaa length and a half i
'i rd.
Then came Numttor a stable
c m nan Inn of the socr.rul followed
bv Ahraharn*S Star and Socrates
; foment
. n" favouilte but

INGRID'S DAUGHTER GRADUATES
Comiu
line about alleged ml
of Red prisoner- af war on Koje
Island.
Althouf-H a ".pokerman refus d
to discuss thir plans for eountar* i
attacking Malik'i latest claims.
ATibnvsador F-rnest C.ross repre-
s'l.ting the United States said
" Ky tr show up a;ain Soviet false-
Cross met voterdav wilh
morning aotruTiuter rul. baaj
lie i rowd wo* larger thin :.iuil
once s fire at ton next - i
. tha ' on art bg
Nippon station master i h. : i
v pt.lne Loeal
newspapers. Inrgid that tl ovrr
' aad woooen frame passage wn bi
B state of neglect and In a danger-
ous condition.L'.r.
HOIXYWOOD JUM 18
Film comedian t"u Costell'
Mid a 8150 fine Wednesday m ;
.. fi boui
:ftei ins arrest m driving hi
jtomooile o w>e wrong doe oi I . to-day.
highway. J The sAarnci .f Mat De Ooc
aid Coitc.lo almost *'
I parked car i-ear his.
home and \l\vn almost |
Ing vehicle before he
i lillcd.
I' f.
Cuocn of Shsbr was m
i
most Important succe-
this Is. She Is a dauehtcr ol
Persian Culf who I'
"
i:salit-;iiulllrold-Up
Gottg&U tb Aa'reflted
roxo'S stcut CROP
mSL 0 /: \ p/x ta tio \s
IP-" f-jr C
NEW YO'lK, June 13
I Four youns men vmu Ulags -ly
. rnhb^d live hotels and .
their SIO.WIO p;.-.e I:. I" I
their courage, wore arrested and
on ' . j to tiie saaaatfa
hire holdup" of I Mel morsoi
Detectives soid thai I
POUT-t.I-'-SPAIN .
Tho oifi.'iial announ<.<
lhat thf B -i lecturers JU-lton hou eaptura
today said Trinldi ol i nat on durlrtc which taaay ran
sugdi nop Just lOmpl ted f.-l! ' ..' .... r*d 'eh j u
abwi of ncpeet I ">tal (J|b< and stripped guest-
on wa.s 137 358 to
SeJBOO tons below the eatin it! thl fbeii haul lha
real The cause of the drop has'sp ! '2.3W
11 n Bttnbuled to heav> ram la All four m*n
>.,i taliowad by a avers) drought poitlclpated In ih(. four own I
throughout lhP gr.ndlng season robberies in the past few .
I' r
lap delegates of Britain, France
and other western powers.
Most nhsar^ars iieheved the
western powers would offer a
resolution callin* upon Russia tot NEW YORK June 18
nt^'.Lir^r^.1, 'nle"^Ci,t:n, n Sw' l;"r,n Nw Yorker, were
the soot of iti germ warfare nron^ated
19 Die In U.S. Record Heat Wave
ON A VISIT TO 0*N0TOK, capital ol the state of Slkklm. India's Prime
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru rides a weary-looking horse across a
15.000-foot Himalayan pass, oo the Tltet-Sikkim bolder. He made tha
uip over the Csngtok-Nathi^s road, the maio trade raata to Tibet
charges. Russia hai refused to do
so.
Western powers also m'ght fol-
^d cf the United States
Secretary >.f State Arheson who
has cnlled RUStSla's germ warfare
propaganda an ml
crime. A fonr. : dd be
, brought against th- Soviet Union States today.
on thia basu.L'J*. tMcoru orcak.ng
light" relief tod-.y
from the record breaking he.,t
thi rear thu had et-
gulfwl the entire coast,
A cool Canadian air niai
brought weleomi- though tot
^r relief to the I
i fiascastaii
section of the United lands Ln lim
except for late whi
bUmldity combined to n
terdey the most uncomfortable
day of the year ;hus far for New
Yorkers. The temperature reach-
ed 01 degrie-. Ffttn.
The death toll across th
States from the haai
In K msas and Mir

he t a o d in the Dakvtas that the heat arava
fl) nccs for
a good small grain crop. The
weakly Federal crop Report suid
the small grain rittutnon was "be-
cold front vut
reported today over the gn- t
Baa and moving aastst ud.
nless this new front Is dis-
persed by hot air eomll
snafl expected to aid In
reisavlog i aughout
the stricken area.U.F.
CfNTlt Of A Btnil CUSTODY ATTU, Pla UwUIr"-
srlth naf father. Dr. Peter Llndsln-m, after fradVAtlng ft<-.-
Jvorna Junior High School In Beverly Hills. Calif. Pia, who bears a
**rong renemblsnce to her actress mother, Ingrid Bergman, was chosen.
u mak* lha oonuaanctmsBt addr&a. (Inter nod anal Stmndphotw;


rivo
UAISBIOOS ADVOCATE
TIKKSI.VV. JIM It, MB
QaJub gallinq
By The Way
By Beachcomber
AT HEARINGS ON IRAN OIL CASE
DR
I-EONA'
i

I

L>;. Hi ban eorlici
'
ua ami is sta.wiv; wi'h hi*-
irlativra at
Ave. H>-: i
A Daughter
CfcTULATIONfl
- m -.ibons oit
I
M i.er and bib*
;' aid
ited thefi i.xth
in mil
of Aim
OX. Re.union
THE Queen's College old girl.
held "heli Annual Pn
(Mraoon. Rd(.
M ts>
'
pteeaal day girls won.
Randall, the Head;
ttH glrto I
Pmboi
n
ma and the Committee wn chosen lo
i.. year,
osked lo cw-
llM Old in tho Aaaoelatlon

iilh July, at 4.31 p. i
On Holiday
|1SS HAZEL BONADIE. a
nployod with Mtvers.
Innc and Banfield, d
of Kingstown. St.
i .rlqur del Curlbr
rn the Swim
Leaving Today
MR. AND MHS IAN MURPHY *
1
H
MX
MONM Marilyn Monroe, who to s
beea recently linked romantu-al'r
with Joe DIMaggio, prepares to
cool off at a pool to Hollywood.
Marilyn difplayt here & r
charms that have prompt d film
folk to til.
blond* !>
afarlow.f/nttrnatlonal Kxcl%uivt>
i\tw Appointment
A MONG the passengers l*\iv-
Tt- nig nMardH
Um it- '-.- Id,
by were l>r. and Mr*. Olive Weslc; -
a Jan.
hoU la) She expects lo Ik* nere ur. Vfaab .. .
weeks sUjlng at [tldftuojftn- garbaoM for the pest Mvtntcc
\ Worthin:-. ;
Also holidaying here u a guev I ym,, ,
;it ludramer is Miss Muriel Sealy has now gone to take up
of TVinidad who arrived last week appointment r l Surgical Reali-
11 W.IA-. nnd is siayins loi lnir of !hc University College
Roipltal.
On Bueinesa
FRED KASTMONI). .. \', T Al-KlNS- Meager
ubadlan. rwiuem in the xYL ' *' Barbados Co-opcr,-
USA. returned to New York on
, HW I A.. v.b PUer.o
ipendtai
holiday aiaylng with Mr*. K.
Alleyne at Dolkrllli Road.
He is a civil servai.: I
to the State Insurance Depart-
ment in New York.
ASKED Mr. Justice Cockle-
carrot hi> pinion of a recent
i tiling l>y the Lord Chief Justice
who w.r.hl.l.1..>.nx here f.r lnat ..^ ljnnol u ,n%i(1l rw)
rinjr nt the n^^j-
1 - Cockjecurrot said: -MuiaH* mn-
peel .o return lo eWMl thlg ,andi. meat cannot be conaM-
1 < A- red ..s fish. What Is nauee lor
as the whala k (lKurjtiveiy speak -
- mg. sauce for the reindeer. Though
lime with General Foods in the you can fillet beef, that does art
l.iw.-sto.y. He Is *bu> mwrj Lng make It Dialer, any more than
run. I thcmlstry at Sir 0 "ge frying whitlaji will make It veal.
Williams College, ourt* penbaa. Cost are v*!V-
Lcavcs p0r I] K brata, oysters invertebrate, yet
B f uev , il7^C' C.>min ,u* Yorksiu,,. pudding could be
A to. Ltd.. tfatnmL--inn Mer h* ais .rved w.th haddock, mint wuee
a.-t.-mpanjed by Mrs Cheeai j.n with lobrter. mayvinaiaa with
railed for Englarui ye-terd.y by ateak and kidney pudding and
gA W.ilemsud" <.n a Ulr.ee* rhocoUle *auce with -ardines "
\isit in the Interact nf his urm. Yerwg'ajvra
Pasted B.Sc. FlfUll \l/HE*f the Pood Minister said
-pitE results of the ClW^ow YT that butler was becominR
X University Degree txsmina* a luxurj' he might have added
tiona ai published In the Olaaiow that what it called butter in the
Herald of Mlh April. 1S3. Include nhops M often not butler but ,.
aa name of Mr. M. A. Rootieford, rather na^iy chemical substitute
a Barbados student, who obtained One taste of real butter will
tna Cuua ifaswurs In the nnal provv the truth of this. Yet I
vxamlnatlon for the BSc., In Cietl '";* ol country pcopta a*o
Enajneering. m** rtr own butt, and lve
Mr. Ruchefoid wan educated -il * bV> JJ* -hamicsl tu tfor
t. Gllea' Boys School and helr lamillea because youag |ir>-
ilarilson Colleax Ha stsselaUia w>
ikuSS^ssTtn tK'**^&r?KZ "zzr.xyou*;
and waa Proalme AecaaaH in the "* "*?'ta'd-,*nd "*'
uw"rt " tn# healtb-glving propertle. ^
frasli meat. Sponsor this pro-
gramme, my >oily grocers.
BARBAREES FRIDAY 4.45 A 8X1 P.M.
iDIAL 5170) AND CONTINUING DAILY
PLAZA
i itE OREAIEST
ADVINTUaE*
Of THtM ALLI
The
Fighting
OF LYNN
HELENA
RICHARD GREENE
. Patricia Medina
thus recai.iii)'
Unwklns Prise.
Mi notheloiil was granted
iiw.1 under i <4onW l..lo- "1*V'r /'"#
:imcI Will: o.h. m.-In 1MB lvT"1' "'"""n * mport
and received hii train'.i* at UJe AT* 'he'r '.alnal.lr specimen- are
Roval Technical College. CJlafgow, fuKge6tin that traffic lights
vhlch in alWialed 1c Glasgow should t floodlit to atti.ui
t'ni\e.*rt' foreign moths. Just as the
Fjlgware-road is to be tloodlkt la
Retired MkatllUUt iMract toreien visitors Why not
uiitr .red Mu.. noodl'nl foreign
it!.', attract the native..? II, ,ne t.m-
ive tl idask tlgl
------------.----------i counsel for Iran, at the Hague, Hollsn.1.
**oto was aadeMaMWrings opened before the Intcrnallonal Court
r Juailea ear to. eU tUaputa betwoeo Britain and Iran. (futernaHonaW
I/to'STARS
**.(. B l; UOIB, .c .red M*.g-
iYX ^r:.teimd Wardc,. of Nevis, Wff have floo-m tn ,^^1,^,
IS11. JTiWafvffh. i' J* lua. thawnteives everybody ought to
Hmul:.y ,,||-h, b> the lady Sad- fM, fa(r| h RIld -
I fairly happy i
"Mair Liehl the noo"
i *e a famous oceaiion to oh
Mackenzie.
pea*, i.
Alter a Month
ML
- had spent iboiit ...
c .* woek*' holiday staying at Stafford jj*
of the Ccneral HrupJlu', Ifouse. .,. *
With C.D.C. W/.V
|J ETURMNO to Dominica on w
XV Monday night by the Lad- i B BC to ,rran|, a mef.tii
ana Mrs. j _ t^w,^,, broadcaster who h
....."&**? Z J2? 'lMa '""
past few week- holidaying ~*
C'^crnhank Hotel
Mond.i
Kodney asaf
C inaajwm
i graceful thought
'ii,
Mr.
1 radi.
346.216
ho has answi
nuestlons. The woman
back i
[ht for Antigua on a Colonial D.velrpment Corporal,.
He expects to be "n Dominica wnrre he Is c*
hv.lro-elffr'rit project.
Back From U.S.A.
VMONG the jjussenncis Nfsjsftl- ^
ing home on Monday finsT.
"i f > Pi Itko wore
Mis. Annia Parrii <>i i. U
St. Thomas and Mrs. Edith St:>n-
ton, mother of Miff, !.. V s-t-li
. f SKc.tourm-." Two Mile Hill.
Spent Holiday
Factory Ltd.. was a L"",I n,owl-, ,, will ask the man why h
by the Lady Rodney on ^ Mr^Callaaban I. employed wdh. ^^ n |hw abiurd Tnu#,tlon.
and the man will ask the wmn.
why she has bothered to mi...
them. A cackling audience, miUi
an applause-leader v.-ill be in
attendance
Life'* //*.. fA.jf
"W-iSllS *d Mrsl'wTlKr': reiuairtTXo A MAN who bred .". brlgh-
, li- -,Vrtv. I Monday night by ihe i-ady ** .''> mouse h.
F; ;t in -15 Yeart
DACK i taibadoa aft
abs rrrty five years
Is Mr. J F Hinds, general
foreman
De Accltcs nii'nnnma. lie arrtv-
Rector Frosn Benttuda
EV. O WALKER, nect...
South-mp:*", in Bermuda.
R
i eompin
I.
eek
I
HoletowiL, Si
On Routine Visit
A. R STARCK, QBE
KmsM'
in the
io"snend about R#UnrY firr Manning about two that It was eaten by a nlnk
- holiday staying .it the There was a lift-porter in Bay-i-
JX.-IIU dl""ll ^,1.-1
,d U staying 5JS" ,
iniKsii.ner
Hotel." water who bred a scarlet mnli
Alto returning to Bermuda by One day. as he was exercUine ii
tho same opportunity were Mr. on the pavement in Crnne-eunirr
and Mrs. If. S. Halaall who sp. nt was run over by a tiny Peruvi-
Mbeut six weeks staying at tho aiilkman in a tartan snw ck
n Trmle com- Marine. riding an eight-foot-high Heetrsf
MR and MRS HAROijjcOLE todja, sj^TfiglsNiTigrtgig to Trt"- R"'* Maaajjer, T.C.A. iriCyCfT,CT_. ass.------------------
and their daughter frn dad. arrived here, on Monday by \M*. H. BAXTER. Bealdent iUOllWOgD
ninldnd reiumeo l.wme r\ Mori- BC. Airways from St. Vincent on 1*1 Manager of T.CA. left en
day by B.W.I.A., after spending u routine visit and Is staying at Monday by B.W.IA.. fo, Trinidad
holiday. th<- Marine Hotel. n a short vigit.
nnw.x /v Tilt: \rxs~io
K-', rn to her friend'-
win. of Mr. D. H. L.
1.1. I dl lime \<> do ergecutl/e
'.' '.V V A. besides
rork la Um Rt
wag irhiri-icd on the 3rd Scptem-
. i 'h-
tersJane) I


i in ilu-ir
i .lists whenever
pMttbla in welfaic work omnnff
peooVt. She Is the tint
s.-ietary of the
and has been recently
praatnt the AsBocia-
tion at the Caribbean Confcrcnoi
'o be held in Trinidad in August
'n rear
"* Delegate
This Cotilereiuv i- i
first of its kind and Mrs. Warn,
is almost certain that it will in-"
i success. She also thinks thu
the "Y" should go far in help-
ing the vouni women tl ,
colony. Just over a year old, th,
"Y" lias helped many girls from
the country who are working in
the City. The Cafetcrlu provides
hot lunches for them at reason-
able prices and at the same time
i-fTen home accnmmo'lHtioiui away
from Iwrn*. Mrs Ward's desire
is to assist as much us possible
in making it a real service to all
veiling womenboth in the island
thoag abroadwho are desirous
of making use of Ihe opportunity
oirered.
Miss Marlon Royce will be a
Kcial Leader at the Conference.
Mni. 1). II. L Ward
is ! .-iKii senior Had MatHbai
nf ihe World's Y.W.C.A.
Other Acllvltiea
Mrs. Ward is Districl Commis-
r. ,. r oi ilie (.ii i dudes In the
Parish of St. Philip; she Is a
member of the Commitl o of the
Association of the Blind and Deaf
and slao president of the Olympin
Sjb rti Club. Sh? toured (.rennd.i
with the Netbalt tram In 1150.
holds the Life Saver'.
Iiadge. Because of deficiency in
one of her children, she continue*
to take increaalng interest in th'
Association for the deal and blind
She thinks that every assislunce
lioold be given to help tbem to
help UugBssgng, By helping them
they woi'ld maki- rnof.- mi
u '
Travel
She V'silt-c ilu* V S.A. for >t
l-rlod of six month* for Ihe pur-
pose of entering her daughter.
Heather, to the Medical Centre
Hospital and John Hopkins Hos-
pital. While she was there she
Md the pleasure ol hearing
M.-irinn Anderson In person and
several other world famed
artistes. She has also visited
British Cu.an... Trinidad, and
'.lenadi.
Mrs. Ward is of on athlotlc
build and a pleasing personality.
She likes her work and takes a
keen interest in Social Welfnrv.
Her hobbles are tennis, swuruninit.
dancing unrl dressmaking, and she
is specially fond of smart clothes
to v.'hich her figure and carriage
do ample Justice.
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Rupert and the Toy Scout32
Listening Haun
fTOUB PBRHONAI. HOROSCOPE FOE PERIOD JTJNE 1922)
AQUABIUa Let other people make decisions and speak
Jan. 21Fsb. IB their minds at this time. Enough for ygu
to watch and wait. There will be an)f>
f.Iiportunil.v for you to express your ln-*^
!i\ idunlity at a Inter date. Be watchful
of casual friends.
Moon < iniiuence shows a change of trend
coming. There wlU bo a business profit*,
to DO mad-- too. Even though you may
feel like chnnging your mind be very care-
ful )>efore you decide.

..... Kldest son shall hear of news of profit jd,
Msreb 21 April 90 "" shall come from a far place. This ls^
n very lucky period for those who ore
interested in business relationships etc. *
'.'he other person is not looking out for"
vou btit for himself.
at.
Take th.ngs quietly, all jou followers^
of the BULL. There may come much to
surprise you very shortly, but the signs all
point towards something pleasant. A so- .
clal occasion coming soon shall relieve an lap
otherwise rather dull period.
^
Vou must try hard to be always construe-^"
especially where you have dealings
Wtth relations and with casual friend* .
Remember thai more things than goldjg*
glitter anil watch your financial state dur-
ing the coming days.
-* *
This is a very for:unate period for those ,
who are In love, as the Influence of VENUS
* _.. U_.. _L_1I L^.__
FiaCBS
r*l>. 20March 1
ABIaU
TAuaug
April 21-May 22
OEaflNl
May 29Jane 21
CANCER
Jans 22-Jaly 83
LEO
July 2* Aug. 2>
VIROO
Aug. 23Sept. 23
is very strong Just now. You shall beai
news of great joy and there will be In-
formation that if used wisely, shall profit*
..i\ urII though not In rash. ^

nusdo up your mi ml u- lou jfL
i hi carefully sum up
. no and cons.
TtH second daughter Is especially favouredjd.
just now. A very lucky period for those^^
horn July 24. 26. 27 and Aug. lsi and 2nd.
*: a>
This is going to be
ii one v t
period of fortune
and you shall
o< their Joy. There shall i>e BaesdL
when you wonder If all la worthwhile but^
n rou bear up and keep on you will see
tint all will turn out well .
*
You rnusl be careful of your linancc* Jusl
now as the.' mild be loss lo you if you._i
do not width all angle*. Rash specula-^"
tlon Is never wise and you may have to
pay the piper if you arc not careful. Blue .
is very luckywait* not -o. Hf

You must he willing to let your dcar^
friends have the spotlight at this tlme.*T
Let others express their views and ideas
You shall profit well by so doing. It 1*^
never too late to learn, so do not be de-
pressed if things go a little wrong.
-*:
The arrival of a friend from overseas ~
shall come as a pleasant surprise to you.
Remember that a word rashly spoken may w
cause vorv (treat hurt and cost a lot to^
take back. Lucky birthdays are Nov. 24,
2S. 2. nd Dec. 17, IB and 19. .
*
n.n^sa Vou must not let critical attitudes and
>?{rKrai prejudices block your opportunities at you .
Dec. Sl-Jaa. 20 LW'e chance , profl, we durln, M,H
period If you are wise and do not art rash-
ly. The day after to-morrow shall be of .
especial value. ?
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THURSDAY JUNE 1*. lMt
BAstBADOS ADVOCATE
t.'.ge
Members Criticise Government's Delay
All Civil Servants
Should Get Raises
T-ould par of (Upfti'.i..*!.-.- by StOO .1
and Bw/n Ha f. ;
step (or the Labour
FOLLOW I NCI .1 tttoraiy and protracted debate in tho
House ot Assembly on Tuesday, the Government passed a
number of Resolution* and Bills giving effect to Orders
which provide for increases in the salaries paid to technical niters .
officers and heads of Governmt 1.1 Departments.
It was the sevr
He felt that taw Idas all along expeiivm* no difficulty in fatting, be supported before the proposal'
was to increasethe salaries of the are being paid Increases of 1I.M " aaJertoe fo
big officials, while holding out a ;, *, rank -ud Al* of ru*
Ijmi irinutn promise to attend to Mi Crawford Baa .-.me befe them,
those In the lower paid ranks, increases for the OnVn at **- Crawford Mid
which was, so to speak, merely Comptroller of Custom* Co.nnda-jrtsailng that these proposals had
an rter-thought. sisjsjtr of .Foilre, and a.'kcd. "age cV before -Jiem thai day.
The honourable senior mem- vv ' Jhl1* annual i-cveiiue was
ber for St. Joeeph had begun few R>' Taeal 1 **v.000 and BriUah O
saying that thi> "is a country In Ui*m depar *0.000,OoO and for some
wMell are have inponsibiuty In It was true that ihc colony wee "rtjily teason they must pay the
our own affairs, and that we are now Uniting It (Hmcull und won! 1 their officers,
own house, and continue to find it difficult to "-U > cvu d not imagine on>
.. to appreciate the certain l, offl...| in his rig!.; mmmr
rest attack on th. Government since the n' opening of this 1- dative mmioa last December, and risw-Tiffl S^oKS tft 'nk.i -. !?!" ne. to
ber, of the Sveriunent parly in the House jomed with Kv^^/ST, 2 -'- *! ^^^^gZ,^Z^
opp. smon members in itn .1 for "'"> JW should be wllllni i1
Iw^^.i^""*Si"" "" ,u'ik nd skst'^ ej. .^se
me 01 ine aei-tee. to be that tiijdi responsibility nitd
The Orders (tea effect To pro- allowed '.o be put before a jury, handsome salaries were all He '1 ij ,, 50cne numbers preieni who wef-
posals put forward by a commit- I! could not but bias them m their would however say that the fatt .". *** '" "* "K^t sennas ..nd did nut
tee selected as a result of the decision. ., that that Resolution was before git fLt? '' ' * fooU of or
exodus of technical omclato from "the House went to prove that the "n,i "nnselvos cumi.1.1 un|u.stinabl. .,,,1 un
the Government Service of lb IM during his stay In Governor of this colony could L" l"^Uin rvarrmted Wastage of nubllr
island to investigate the salaries '" ......1 Kingdom he never thrust aome-hlns upon them * ao,p to h11 "<* noiitloo* al- tvnj. &Ucfa as wiiifc#MMrt.
of these officer. They deal wish Barbadian post ad- His Honour the itoeater here mbl *>>*^ with W* i^i^j, 1h^ .^Wion befar^hJ^T
all Heads f Departments. Ele- although he had interpolated that a^orSng to "f *'" ,|1P,P ware now uOT 1-iTwStS^.ri^. -r.
mentary School teachers. Head- I < advertisements from jiul.- 126. no member of The House I00 fn training M Universities r-orlSg to!bet sftLd?\L havmr
teachers and teachers n First and every rther colony. niav * lhe gov,.^0 "JJ^J in the Ui K - t^ frtiTed Lw.y toSS
Second Grade Orant Aided Tlfce "Smaller Bo>s disrespectrully. nnd reoucsto.) w i, i*nset. within went week.
Schooli. Pensions and Leave Pas- He felt thai the "small-'t boys" honourable member to refrain Grostlv Unfair they had baen Indications of a
jages. the Chief Judge and Crown would no; benellt by lhe reeotn- from so doing. Mr. Crawford ihoucht it was dr>ip m the prices of eommodilic,
rs ami ofhclali of the mradattons contained m the Mr. Crawford continued that -grossly tSBfalr*1 merely because they imported like textiles and
Ltfl limited resource*
( oinparisons Government'U'bring such
tuw .^ ^ t lution before the House.
While ih-y had been trying to He finally supported the mo-
eomparc sabtriea and cmolumei.u Uon made by the honnurahle aen-
he would try to lor member lor S*. Philip and
compare, lhe ocal sarvices which said ihat it would not only be
Barbados had failed to give to Ita doing a wvkt U, \
i-*"1"* * against tne social also to the taxpa
-ervicrts which those colonies hau have to place this nionay In the
been successful in giving to the. 1 r*...-
It was only sometime this month craases wOUag be taken.
thai Tnniaad concluded a aro- Ui. V ( Godd U L> 5ald that

f the ropdggff nnd
rtjoo. The
nior ;nemtH'r foi Si i
WlxstKt In the running of th"
Government and be had ol
)ieard him sa.- at mis
that nothing could be 1
Oovartnsent intass he sanction.' gramme of giving antl T.B. vaccm- it -
to M.000 of its population and up
which
"P00*1" m' " Tr.i lad Mtish Guiana wtkose* l""*BtJ i\-pori pre
As fur as the honourable junior
Pur St. Thomas was con-
cerned Mr. Allder s ud that he
..as one '^ommiltee who reeommcnde.1 m
Oceeaai for Uie head' ol
nants and in Ihi
IVpolt piveltleil In -'it
had II
eeominet
1 tlmatei two
"cturae a disaervii I
f the clony.
___have
now Barbados had not been wns promised them so longa1.
able to procure a place to least two n
isolate the thousands of T.B. sub- wai 0 study.
lects In the colony. In Trinidad AS
mere was also a very good to draw "P. could not be studied
Sanitarium and even the Cover:- a mat-
rnasst of Karbadoa had to send ter that had been hartgini fire
ome of their dm ii*.
Mr. Alldar niher things In Trinidad. Govern-
had

judiciary who come under lhe 1 mmittec's report.
Assistant Court of Appeal Act, i>, a/feate tioubje
and the headx of the Ertabli^hi !, boys.
Churches suppose that one Barbadian Head
-rv- e-_^.-__... 1- ... a_____* "' Department bad asked for
i hTir ..-/k uK. laviLd SL, morv, *&** and he was "dls- were a few high officials
" ' nppointed and frustrated*' at this wanted the salaries.
on Tuasday afternoon uuLl ,.-. ., rm'in.
:i a m. early Wednesday morning. ThereTaa^i,
by eight votes to administrative
nnd added, the fact that the Resolution was ihey could not find an onsdaaass
started w.th beforeJtie House was because the here
He did not Governor wanted the proposals htn ,nd lh-TP> (l, ^ ,.,.,.,,. kU|,.,,
agrici.
ho "*"
d were.
to.
irried out. and said that It
mimon knowledge _that. than 5oeJl and ba'rrel.'
In th
ltlori of revenue in
l ostnrns and TCxelse were
1 1 amjld also drop.
Crawford finally moved
1 resolution he passed ttiiii
asonaha
vote
four, with ;
of the Gove
real dearth
office rs. and
able to find people
get the
was not convinced that the island
2T,J!"A"2a!_ ''Lii'lt ?"; * " > <" '"..!. hi Phuip ^
lain nlarv ami i. > tiji^ Sio-l
of Laiinui- Govcn.menl lo~ bnn8 ihi """"" '""
he propoul. lo lhe liirt.lulure. v'" " t"' oixlw 1,. ignljy
' The honour.hle wnior member ine'eam lor Impered offlelafa
Siiniethinij \\ n.ni:
prepoaed lor ihoac oBlcen He thai we were a Crown Colony, "eeurlly of Colonial Service and
side lhe Chamber when lhe vole
, taken because they were not ml vl. bcen Evinced If flie b^ainw
prepared to vole the Increases ,umnit , p^p,, rouU n0, oxpcct
lor the admlnistrnttve heads. iive on -wi,.in. ui.hp. u
Just before the vote was taken. I,0SJXra^n2-flSWi
Mr. G. H. Adams, Lender of the
"it is bettor
i expect to
omfort i
Mr- J. C. Mettle v (C)
->ii and said fie'
i. he Mould be
iviee to the comnv
would know what to Bll make the same me-iay as island na a whole.
But to have this farcical pce.ple who had to gamble with hu could not resist t t
__ jsed. responsible government, and to be their future. nf savins thai something hsu
He did not know that the In- told that officials could have the He recalled that in October of none wrong with the Leader of
^Ma?~ssfeBBa-~f*. "*" ln ""m-1** wouW be the Treasurj, it would be belter for lasl year theic was ge.neral In- the House in bunging down such
thTm.rsrmu eriUe Imi^ hu^ed at c?d ** lh* m***' an h* a>ML. } **>ba the biggest Crown Colony crease and cost of ttvlDSJ ullownncv u reaolutio-i. Thev were sup-
th! eoeaT^lmV trlreatened trutt C8.nnot ln ^ way wbscrtba in Africa^" of the Government employees, snd posed to be | till
"jyS^BUFw^ ffTaJaP 'o 'he report because the Com- He said that people came out rcmarke-l upon On fnatha- le Kbour i.nd it was verv unfor
eonde.i
ng a
id th.-
that
taliui.
In that respect he said thit I
i^ehoved him to make a general
-ppeal. net Onlf to tkbOM
. i thai i.l- -' lh. i.iliL\ hui .
'lio#> nf the fJovernrasanl pen .
who he knew were not in favour
i>f the piescot.ii
In recent years whn
ilexion Of thr Governmi lit was
difTerent. they ha i'l such a reaclloiiarv proKi.on
for heads of departments as wsr
done In the short perio.1 of bw
useiit .eaalon.
Whatever arsumen: had be.-i
'lit up to lustif.v the support of
-he resoluiliNi. it would fall to
he cround In view of llu
i the reperl | an led to *hi
they were oompwrlnit V.w
ralartes for heads of department i
vltll thes* in nri'i-h Gulei. ..
Trinidad and Jamaica.
in t h
.. 1 a half million
ollar* for the purpose of In-
tensifying a scheme of loc-d food
production while they in Barba- better 1
do* on the other h uid had nothbisj he said
whatsoever.
As far as revenue was concern- t.t
d, there was no comparison what- Lkn
oevet baawessn that of Barbados
pnd that of TimuUit aiwl Jun o< a
1 i**n told that nrtxuh
Guiana's revenue Was WO.ooti.nno
per annum and Trinidad's was
Sh8.OtiO.lM0 H compared with Ui I
of Barbados which reached Hi
highest this year of 912.0cm.NM>.
v. t .it the same time, they were*
trying to give the Colonial Secre-
tary and other heeds of deport-
ment* in this colony, the same
salaries as heads of departments
in the other colonies. The Government at tl
Mr. Allder said that some of must earrv lhe responsibility as
(he heads of department* were wheh
gutting an Increase of |100... a ble to do it or not. They had
month and over, while a workrr assured them that they could do
who llvtd at Jackson and had to to, other" i travel to Bath in St. John to his have eOBM down with the Resolu-
f-rvtee
whert
saly.
It was aa eady th* salary
assssL bet hr
fr ,m -om- eaggaajBL
.*,-( t*.-y wave t* i-.i-i---t*a >
beeaane V. -th the

from tl leas, tin!
Ihry Brers a-uhie m h - the time
rjisr for (feagg HI
their families, te flnt the neees-
*ary aaassjf,
C.-ild Afford It
he would take It
conn-
Ifc re.rrare^Hrdff^.h'mnh.! tSrJ'C'K.d ^^iSSSS ^-?V. *!-* *& ii_Wj- 3 '
parly voted ualM ire Belo- , moM r^|co| mombc, f ,. w l.,:all,,,. (ound
'n0dnAnudrn^r?h^c,l5;;S""n, - W-. !P- H^lu- u. their .nnuenc. -
It was unique Tor l so-called work only receivod a little
oclalbt Government to try toisi* dollars a week He further
mul-de the practices of those J* mentioned that some people
colonies In one respect but nol injworked for a lifetime and were
ethers. Because Trinidad pabtlnot able to save HOT. and ciov-
LX to It* Atturnev Geiierjil. it^ernment was asking the House to
ilid not mean that Barbados wlth*|ucrease salaries of certain head*
Uon.
The Read of the Administration
in his opening speech at the be-
' the session said that
rot only were they able to do It,
On race 9
receiving IMt> members asked for another such i measure that ni*ht-
others to iq^ nn of the Administrative Heads, nnd ,.,.,_ i^,,ir m,.-,t. >. mi,,hr
said that the question of the JJ** '
technical personnel was one of *..,,,,.
supply and demand He was told 6jUh
by nl Government of lhe esodus #Qr-V(-
,,f r ;
mean that as
created
th..1 Kiev
might
result of
irh fantastic
would remain
the fact that
Medical Servlc<
should associate them-
Crawford said that that f^rad with and he wanted to
extra 5% would have cost the "S" *" ^"nlmX to "* >ucb
Mr. Mottlay Icrmed th
: resulu-
n College.
respect h>
of the dearth
they would have to go,
open
He did not kn
rZJnStZSl ^"c-~"'h.d cve-r'a.fop'ied
i'u^^ ;.,k.i..i '"' Iralnlng Ihelr Civil Servanla.
!* 5S*l!L-a but he Knew ,a, Igjg^^ ^^LS
into the
paid by Trinidad, combined with
the Director of been spread over the entire Ser- ,
..._s felt that be vice. Today, however, the Govern- ''on '"'"uJi "JSL.^V 1
should b. paid more money, be- Im.m could find 9180.000 purely to ** a "'?nge to their manhood
^ausc private medical practiUon- provide increased ralartes and
ers are .naking a lot of money, u-ave passages for the "cream'* of
seemed to overlook the fact tne Govcrnuien! & the
that the private medical practi- ((fflciai* at the topami there
narket and pay for them.
"Pen Pushers" wss'ablc to attract
While conceding that point, Mr. would not leave. He
Williams said "1 am not going to &# lnat by merely
extend these proposals to men M)Hrics to attract
u-hn TMish na to
gamblejwlth his Ul1im0d to ^ ,
Government
He kne that the Leader of th
House, the honourable senior
member for St. Joseph, was 1)
dulv bound to support the Gov-
ment but he did not see thnt
--u ojr .ihiimu vwwh wins #,,, wh,,,. g- v-J- - r M-emco io oe no possibility of in- .,.(,,.,- mhers. as represenUlive*
iudy leave facilities, that colony .n!"^^ w.s not SESSte *" l"- "Phool building. (lf lhp ^ff$ had to subscribe to
5d "no? ^mrwirh^his^utur^n^had *' and SS2S, T' T * ^
,ot security of Government Service Inmes. or i.u>U.ing of the sort.
with guaranteed Pension He drPW .lUentiuii lo U
Utssjruniled Oniciab. nf UnesUroated revenue collectad
mble came about. Mr. i,y c-A-ermnent due to good crop*
good
M1
Therr
who push pen." One would ^o^id mean that thev would
notue he said, that the Head of to vlay_ In the
the Administration talked about VOars oi
the dlmculty In retaining omcers. i(l.,
but he ahould think Ihat tho which were "richer than Barbados. IhM they _.
exodus came first, and what tWB.s Mr. Williams said that when lhe Treasury
the Head of the Adi
would nnd many of Crawford said, because a lew cila- ond said that Instead o( Covern-
II on to other_ colonies Rruntled Imported official* feel nwnt .pending that iw.nry wisely.
titled to half of ,ho, mq pourlrul It Into the
this Island, und hanrt 0f fry,- imported omclals.
one faced facts, that the Island he naked, "can it l. clsUlMd tliat ""Mr (Vawtu .I'waa rtror. to taU
ne ofnthe^eelsKre Sid not"Se ""' "'" ST" """" "",? ,h" " ,".nd, f aM'">' '" " " criticism on th. lack of aeoommo-
!!!! tfj._ SSTiSB^Sx. . iS " "rc Primary producers", one malatorlal vaeancleaf- dation In the secondary schools.
whJKr^.,chr, Si. atll reJulted r"uld do ""*"* ""' qu""L1' "e <"""">' "lawyc to ,, urxed Government lo nrl
f2 transTer. L7 "'" ".. propel, to toCfSS by l.arl-.do. and the West Indies are ^U l the-, 55 to order lo
Sm rf Drornotlin ",n"' substantial amounts salaries paid as plentiful neannln Septem- ccommo He said that according lo their '" administrative heads of depart- ber. and yet we are going t.. children seeking entry Into these
terms of reference, th" Committee ments. increase the salaries and pay the ..no,,,,, 0d the present existing
was set up to consider technical rmrfaiM h. w**.,** lh I he ITSL Judge nearly coog^ion.
onicrr^ buPt iranead. one found, in .<-"^," "' %?, ';> J!g."SW ...... BTdouMed If there was any
were many people win
weft in need of their dalll
breSd s< well as thoae whe hm
na home to Is* their head* am
yet flevernment waa asklnc tin
House te Inrreaae ssdarles of
head', of dep-rtmenta who were
ihif* Iliet\
com-
\ rr -**tot rigv slid
WBfej m'ny people ll
muiuty who did not
;i hundred dollars a month and
he reiterated that he wonted l>i
re.rif.ter his protest against the
resolution and hoped that other
honourable members would hav<
the- temerity tn si At tpls stage the House ad-
rhe" report, -nd he believed that ^^""1"^m^Z" lhe "^ "' CT2ord S'T""1 Jft -" '"",cd '" ,h"1 i-Vr"r. d for" dhmerV
they were motivated by the con- ?"'',.'"' .'"-V^sd'to technical T^ f "^ Hou'c "hlcn """ more tal,",ed o. o a-
Untlon Uiat you could not deny SlSraa* b2 S eouW^oTexUind woul" 5"!^ "*"' ot " >o provoke dltlsfactlon among Ncp Backward
.,ne man something which waa f" ''"'' ""''K*"'"""" * proposed lncrean. and said that ,nr^memDer. as 11., ( h, the resumption, Mr. O. T
'.dml"lSretlJ?*'S.d. wh?n IS ^B t***-* j** whlciTlhe, were askl to consider Al-r,_(l) ld .hat th. Introduc-
being Riven to another.
He felt that the Committee went
outside its terms of reference in
nd file of the Service had to
paid
(ieiiei.il
Attorney Oeneral will
more than the Attorney en"d "n c*oui ' I Guiana or member of the Hovwe y.1u.
resolution such as lh.
.. *"-- r> ir,-cii ucncrai oi udush uui.ii 'due the House could I
considering AdmlnUtrallv. Head. ' "J a^ommlsston '- Jamalca^8,,6o n your. He drew ,'J^ "ni.''",,^; jansiowrt a. repreheoalbU .
along with the technical omcers. * lh''r ' att.nUon to the substantial in- , hirnscll otherwise Jinn " **** Pngnp was con-
and the unfortunate part of the Mr. W. A. fTswf.rd eompll- ^ attached lo p2!2g 1 i. iwlnS? ..I th. cenietl. lie would hardly mink
leport was that the Committee mented Mr. WiUlam. on the stand V|m. Chiet Iiishrc'. ofRre from "'"" '" l'"""l'l" lh,, ,y ordinary nr reasonable
made reference lo th. .salaries he had taken, and said that in <" ^ ""' Jl ' -S"^!" niMaur.. tan-, hue . bitag tOolf TOOtS.1
paid to omcers of Colonial De- quoting from the nech of tto ^^' >"''"" >' He ,1 Goe"- .nrthtog^nSn Pol,tk>
veloptMll and Welfare. lie Governor al the opening of the M *"' ">'" "" '"'' ,', ment f.,uud 11 .! Illleult to.got hiiih purportrt lo br.ng about.
_t... ------ .,-------K...I.I H^iS^h,, ,h,|, decision thai
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had lo do with the question of member lor St. Lucy had proved cm .ttord to y a Chief Jtudlee
lalariea in Barbados, and said that lhe conbmllon that there was no W>0 permonth Can we afford In
while he was given Ihc assurance intention at aU at this point to pay cino swoop to Increase his salary
that that did not bias the Com- any attention to the salaries of the by something like SI.GOO a year'
mlttee, yet he knew from exper- lower paid employees of th. He conUnued. 'and all the way
lence that if certain evidence was Service. down the line, officials whom we
killed technical men. the- kMUld
be brought in on contract, as was .
in. ease witb_th. CW.f BnglnMg .^tci-nun.,
rtsaistiUnci
fii'.nic
.OUld
Ihi
of the Walcr Works Department, p^pt,. 0f fhc ccUjmv In addlll.
id that the Resolution , determining whether thousin.l:
7*W*T TodMj Hot T!
Bboak, not bv ueloie the I
all. and even If u
decided to support it, It should not
...in (i wiuld furtli.
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HAKUAIMIS \l>VOCATF.
THURSDAY, JUNE IS. 1K2
BARBADOS^ ADVOCATE
Fttato4 y l **
i *i MMm
Tkunday, Jtinr IS. 1H2
\
TAXATION
ON rUSSDAY MM weak ihe thirty
second Annual General Meeting of the
Automalic Telephone and Electric Com-
pany Limited will be held in London.
A statement by the Chairman. Sir Alex-
ander Roger has bees circulated to mem-
bers and was published in the Times of
June 3.
Of esptcKil Interest to Barbados is a sec-
tion of this statement which deals with the
shortage 0f industrial capital.
Sir Alexander comments upon two facts
which have been brought to the attention
ot the peoplo ot Barbados on previous
occasions but which Vffl lose nothing
through repetition.
Because of the burden of taxation on
company profits and personal income and
the failure of the taxing system to take
nl of the replacement cost of
fixed assets and of raw material stocks,
industry, says Sir Alexander, cannot itself
provide the im Dttttt of working
capital it requires. Now this argument of
Sir Alevander's is common enough in finan-
cial circles and is based on the experience
of every man of business. Unfortunately
the opinion of men of business and the
comment of those skilled in finance does
not alwi 'cnlioii from political
In highly developed countries; while
in countries where responsibility for finan-
cial attain i. slul entrusted to metropoli-
tan countries politicians uf lha dependent
country are frequently iudiilerent to the
comment of experienced men of business.
What Sir Alexander has to say about the
United Kingdom is as true of Barbados,
after due allowances are made for differ-
ences of customs and degree. Taxation,
wherever it is practised ns a major method
of obtaining revenue, must decrease the
quantity of capital available for industry.
And when to the increasing demands
which taxation makes on industries are
added rising labour and raw material costs
the burdens which have to be carried by
investors today are patent.
1 But taxation i.t only one handicap.
\ Bactuw ot mtlkttuiMiry -.piralt. thy public,
which according to the text books on econo-
mics, are classified as the investing public
spend more of their money on keeping up
with the rising cost of living and therefore
save less fur investment.
Thus excessive taxation deals a double
blow to industry. By squeezing the last
ounce of profit from industry and thereby
exacerbating the inflationary pressure,
taxation directly limits capital available
for industrial development: and resulting
from inflationary pressure the list of the
investing public becomes shorter and in-
dustry's alternative source of recruiting
capital is correspondingly blocked.
Already tat several years this tendency
has been noticeable in Barbados. Taxation
adds to Ihe burdens of industry and exces-
sive taxation restricts the expansion of in-
dustry. Developments which have taken
place in recent years in Barbados and
which have increased employment oppor-
tunities In the island could not today take
place, because most of the profits previ-
ously available for capital investment are
now collected by the commissioner of in-
come tax.
When money collected by taxation Is
spent on the economic development of a
country the evil effects of applying a brake
to industrial expansion are not felt, merely
because the money has not been frittered
away or spent unproductively. But when
money collected by taxation is spent
without foresight, thought, or concern foa^
the future, only inflation can reauH.
Throughout the- West Ifntlu s l Ing on capital riUng then
pingl while price! continue to rise.
Social m'mkts hava been inaugurated
beyond the normal capacities of the region
to support: educational expenditure is run-
ning ahead of prudent allowances of reve-
nue for education: no one can say where
finances are to be found to sustain the
University College of the West Indies: and
the value of money grows less month by
month.
In the United Kingdom very stern meas-
ures have been t;:ken by the Conservative
Government to encourage thrift and stabil-
ize prlcaa aw being made by
government, opposition and trade union
leaders to bring home to the naturally op-
tirr>. if ihe gravity of the
iatk which tacea the United Kingdom.
In the West Indies spending continues
apace: and where are tha voices of the
peoples' beard telling
people of the need for thrift and hard work?
Jf they ;irc raised at all they are drowned
by the clamour nandlng that
the island's money be frittered
extravagant spending. Yet the need for
f belts is urgent.
NEW LIGHT
mamsWsWklsWsWsi^sWs^s^msWsisWtsWaasi^swmm^is^sWswammmsmMmswmm
ON THE
ABDICATION
by LORD BEAVERBROOK
I COM to a curious matter.
This monumental work
The History of Thr Times-
which Is written by Stanley
Monson, tells of ihe decisive
part played by The Time*
--and by its editor, Geoffrey
Dawsonin the Abdication
of Hwam th.- Eighth, King.
But the (ir.i.iatic story ,-,
not boldly bi ought outas
the Important part played
by The Time.* in the Mun-
ich Crisis U brought out.
Instead, it Is hidden awny In
an appendix.
broad casting
In the Homa Service on
the latest volume of The
History of The Times.
The earlier part of the
broadcast dealt with the
Lloyd George Cabinet
in the first World War.
Mortsoa's History ot
Munich turned out to be
failure and The Times
frankly admils its share in
that episode The Abdica-
tion was successfully car-
ried through with the es-
sential aid of this news-
paperand The Tines book
buries 11 In a back section.
why? I there an element
of apology in this too?
1 am not taking up any
partisan attitude in this mat-
ter. Nor do I desire to rake
over the dead embers of
this controversy. All that Is his- .
tory now. and as such It is told in au><> Kl
Lor*/ Beairerbi m I
Wigjn m
*e in*! t. sei
Fe ni'i.
vitality and enetc
r .
f hw e*Kei-f>"m*H -i, *
laiui* televised
tiOnA o[ Irf.'d Nn:':r'fl WtW
Hlini?'i- of ft ti
tat ma-' histor, of and
Fleet Street, *xtn4)M >*" mo:'
Iran fort* :' :->ope will
one dav pc tut!
ib: 1 put a different
interpretation upon .-one of ih*"s
i ut the accuracy of the
narrative cm not be disputed.
Trtere is <>ne notable omission.
Morison docs not tell
thai Editor Dawson published

oi the surface, but
which Okrrird w. minting arid
malicious i ..uundu.
ile docs tell that public opinion
tut] hc-vily on the side of the
King and Uie King's proposal for
cnoEgsnaUc marriage
u ,i successfully swayed
in the
Inlo Exile
opposite
The King, now the Duke of
Windsor, went into exile when
he boarded the destroyer Fury
that foggy December night and
put out to sea for France. He
' yet returned.
One day shortly after the
Abdication President Roosevelt
asked me to go to Washington.
He examined me in every detail
Of Utt roysj tragedy. Ho could
_ .;ife but not
his Time, hook" "HTa TwSLZZStd OuecnDawson was consulted by not understand it. Ile quoted the
to seVto^hat The flSS'S* SSSrE Only after this consult- old saying that no man should
on that occasion andwhotTt ,avs ation the project .ubmitled ever resign, but wait to be
now about what It said then * 'h Cabinet and the Dominion sacked.
--vw* dph The Facts came in, Baldwin conveyed the dUcern any real purpose or
information to Dawson before he steady policy in the conduct of
These are the facts which the took It to the King. the King. It seemed to me that
book sets forth: Dowsim sat with Baldwin com- he just allowed himself to be
1 That the editor of The fortmg and encouraging him pushed out
Times, Geofliry Dawson. was when the Prime Minister lost his
the most Important factorwith
the sole exception of the Prime
Minister. Stanley Baldwin, in
compelling the King to abdicate.
2 That he did it by methods
which many would condemn.
-Terrified'
Then Editor Dawson conducted
ampaigii in The Times advo-
eonvinted. Years after, when the
President wus dead. 1 was given
an explanation of the conduct of
the King In a single sentenc
Last Trick
3 That he pursued his quest eating the importance of keeping
ith a vigour that seemed moie 'he Crown and its representatives
with a vigour "that seemed more the Crown and its representatives When the Duke of Windsor dis-
like venom. remote from glaring pcrsonnl embarked from Fury it Boulogne
What kind of man was this scandal. Dawson was Intimidating and bade farewell to his_ friends
formidable Dawson? the King in code. He succeeded that had come with him he
1 knew him, not intimately, in terrifying His Majesty, turned to one SfUiam andMld-
for a quarter of a century About this time 1 was In New "1 always thought I could get
At the time of the Abdication York. The King telegraphed and away with a morganatic marri-
Crlsis. ho was a man of mlddlo telephoned me to come to Lon- age.
weight, with a good head, going don It Is stated by The Times ,** King nad a pol Icy after
a bit bald, and a rather flushed book that when Dawson knew JO. Clearly it had been his mien-
face. H6 walKed with a firm that I was due to arrive, he lion to barter ihe threat of
tread. threatened to print n leading Abdication ngnlnsl Government
He would have looked well, article attacking Ills Majesty in aeknowlrdjpnent of the morgan-
and he would have done well, on order to block any "help that I a lc J^^age The game was
the bridge of I battleship. He had might be able to give. "'"i0?,'0 sKLSS, Ti ,v, w*
o commanding attitude. He was ^ d arr,v, -^ ^. fM ** U-"dW"1 Wn lhe U*
EFg^Tg^V** tr^.yJgSi King"" !" If I had known of tnls conver-
He hud an excellent
editor, B'ven him the an.wcr
n question In the words of the Kind:
,, u.omiso that the .o-ealled Full "I alwayi thouuht I could Bel
JS'pm.Ti.'olSti"^" a ^aJfiS Simf*on wou"! "" :r?"""" ""* "iarrl-
fS^**fill,rSLSfa** " ""-'--' " nee thai '"
HiI KidI clS?' hend and Pub""" "-'1" ""' <*' fee Memory
f'r IZnZl ^ mistook neltbcrilU.iy suppnoMd all letters do not look it won't help* me at
ior nis own. which were in favour of the King all. Nothing helps me now, except
fnnaiiliiwl "hd at th0 outset, as is stated the inheritance ot much strength
.unstuiea in .^ Tfmn k^ ihcy WTf0 dcriven from lhc ttugaX lives of
wnu, hero i ihn f^iuit overwhelmingly so. my S. ottWi forebears, trans-
a^ T& c^utSSl! Then, a, the end. he made $g>2 ^^WacT "^
crisis taken from The Ttaieo thrc^. dLsrepuUble assertions In The Mat noVlSJea .
App.'nd.x That Dawson was of hi, leading articles. He wrote ,wmory. fhe future has no place.
more importance than any of the that aU wouW hove ,hoUght A d *, u t f th ^ xliat
Prime M.nisUTS Cabinet col- Fxiward fit to rule, if he had recall the brilliant men of
leagues is made abundantly clear never ascended the Throne. He action who march through the
in Mr. Morison s narrative, branded Mm. Simpson person- pagef t f The History of Th
Dawion was almost Invariably ally in the severest language. Ti"ics
consulted first And he declared that Kina
The crisis ws launched by a George the Fifth's last days had
letter written by Major liar- been clouded with anxiety for
dlnge* to his master, the King, the future.
Dawson saw thai letter in draft This information was
and approvid U. Thereupon by the Archbi'tfiop of Canterbury,
Dawson set out on a propaganda who told Dawson that King
canvass of public men. George's death had been haiu-nvd
When the King put forward to by his son's Infatuation.
Baldwin the project of a mongan- All the foregoing facts I take
atic marriage that Is that he from the exciting appendix of
IT'.IVATK secretary Major
Alexander Hardlncfs letter was
received by Klin Edward VIII
on November 13. 1936. The
Kinr recorded later that he
redded Ha 'Void; formal
uimeslloa" that Mrs. Simpson
should leave the country, as an
ultimatum.
T..E.9.
Wicksteed Of The Isles
Mb. I-W ill. Mr. PIX 1 in-,!t On ultin bis
Bv BLRNAKD UliKMim
SKOKHOLM.
How would you like to be
marooned on an island with
thirty thousand sea birds, eight
ornithologists, and Mr. Chap-
man Plncher?
That's how It is with me at
the moment, and It only we had
Mickey Mouse and the Marx
Brothers too It would make it
the perfect week-end.
Bfcokholm is a bird observa-
tory off tlu Pembrokeshire
coast. It ts a rocky island about
a mile long and half a mile
wide, and at this time of year
multitudes of birds that nor-
mally spend their lives at sea
come here to hatch their young
and make them British citizens.
You can't glvo a bird a pass-
port, but you can put a ring on
its leg that will Identify i(
wherever it )= found and in this
way learn about Its wanderlnp
habits.
More than 3,000 birds are
riiuted on Skokholm every year,
and Mr. Plncher :ind 1 thouslit it
would be fun to help. So here we
ore. living In a converted barn,
and no boat back till Sunday.
The bird watcftMn are as in-
teresting to .study as the birds
themselves. TherO is a young
man from C^inbridge who digs
uo birds with a spide and then
plants them again like potatoes
Ho is more of a bird smeller
than a watcher because he goes
round sniffing rabbit holes and
if ihe smell is right he digs.
When 1 asked him what he
hoped to learn bv this he said
he wis studying bird navigation
and was seeing If the same btTOJ
oeriipled the same holes as last
year.
Painted Nails
AS we were watching he un-
earthed an nvlan scandal. He
dug up a pair of Mmx shear-
waters, which are
about the size of doves, and
found, after noting the numbers
on* their rings, that they were
virtually nesting in sin.
They had each changed part-
ners since he dug them up but
time.
Two of the other bird
spend their lime goir..:
the Islind wilh a xvcighinj:
machine weighing bah}
ears and then painting thiir too-
nalls.
The object of this unusual
pastime Is to And out how the
waatbet affacU Ut
they put on weight Thi
p.Hiitini; i. I.. i
birds tin they an
Wear rings on their UflS.
Amateurs
WHAT sort of p.viple are lliese
bird watchers? Well, to lo..k M
them they are iusl the same ns
vou and me. The warrir.i who
lives hero with his wife from
March to October took ui> bird
watching when he wns n prison -i
of war in Germany. With all lh^
time in the world on I
i the goldfinches round
the oimp.
F\oeut for the young m?n
lontarsdaai "*e others, art
n
gui'teas week for ttM Iff keep Ad
get a holiday on an 1 nd thrown
Of those here at the moment
one is a MHI irmar and an-
other a schoolmistress with a
term off. There's a retired medi-
cal otIU v of health with hb Wife,
ad l nirl from the '
Naturally Mr. Plncher Is In ht<
element. You never saw a in in
.so deltnhted with nil -
ings. He drags me tround toa
blaod ambushing pufli:is ;,ii
^talking ra2orbi
or bent wire I
round their legs from I
We\i-
rocks for Mother
chirk ens and li v.
go a seal snoring.
The puffin ambush was great
fun. Puffins are the Tubby Hub-
bif of tht bird world. They nest
in raU tt burrows and like f
stand it H.-'ii* f;ont doors proud
. aving their tubby tum-
mies.
Id a net on the grrund
in treat of some burrows and
o that when we nulled
I -,vui)g over and caught
anything .indTng near.
v.- hid behind a rock
';, for tubby puffin* to
turM up.' Mtoccthcr we eaughl
.I after ringing them.
lei lh< in r I on with the
may be

the rings eu their legs will irt.u-
llfy th.-m r-t once sis the pufns
thai Ptneher and wtnosteed
eaurhi.
Nlcht Hirds
TI'.IN(; of puffins we went
after razorbills. They're hardei
to catch becaiaM lhay sit about
on rockl on the sides of preci-
pices, but with our piece cf bent
M managed to hook twe
round the leg and ring them.
Several otnera had a c:
nut the Miprome thi 111 ( n this
Island of i ink come
midnight nnd 2 am..
shearwaters erffev oul
u bre .th of fresh air.
It would, he death for th*m to
appear io Usy light, for they
would he kdled at once by the
gulls. So all day long thev
t urrowr tn c
pMe silence, thous.irrls and
thousands of them.
Then what) the night Is ;,
darkest and the gulls an
out they cm-and i" i
open gat i than mates :
n the nest.
Vou h eful not :
tread on them. When vou walk
I
I got one alap In the tumm
from a wet shearwater that
I me.
And all the time the birds
railing to c ich other with a t _..
ous, anxious cry, like a rooster
ore throat. -
I
i
"You Don! Shoo!
Santa Clans"
From R. M. MacCOLL
WASHINGTON.
THE TAFT-iKE ht'bbub of the past few
days concerning which of the two shall
grab the Republican Nomination for Presi-
dent has temporarily stolen the limeliyht
and obscured the fact that, whoever does
become the Republican champion, it yet
remains that many shrewd and dispassion-
ate observers of America's political scene
nre still laying long odds on a Democrat
going back to the White House next Janu-
ary.
Why? Because you "Don't shoot Santa j
Claus," "We never had it so good." and the !
tried political maxim that you don't turn
out the party in power when times arc
prosperous.
And in spile of all the "griping" over high
taxes, high prices and talk of a coming
recession, the great mass of small men and
women all over the country are living the
good life, and "eating high on the hog."
Who is the lucky Democrat-to-be? If
Truman liked to change his mind at any
time up to the 59th minute of the eleventh
hour at the Democratic National Conven-
tion in Chicago next month, there is not
the slightest doubt thai he would be accept-
ed immediately. And not many people
think that a Republican could beat him in
the November Elections.
But assuming Truman doesn't change his
mind and resists the "draft" (conscription)
of which Democrats wistfully talk when-
ever they fell pessimistic or panicky about
their chances, who are we likely to see
doing battle with Ike, Taft or Mr. X?
Here is a name you have scarcely heard
ofSam Rayburn. Rayburn, egg-bald
shrewd, well-liked, has been the respected
Speaker of the House of Representatives
for many years. And a very powerful
behind-the-scenes move on his behalf is
building up.
There are no speeches, no campaign but-
tons to wear in the lapel, no big radio and
TV broadcasts. But the strength is really
there and several key Members of Con-
gress with whom I have recently talked
consider Sam as one of the "better bets."
Big drawbackSam celebrated his 70th
birthday this year, and that's a bit on the
elderly side as Presidents go. (Septuagen-
arians Douglas MacArthur and Vice-
President Alben Barkley are more or less
out of the running principally because it is
supposed that their arteries are hardening
up a little.
Rayburn's backers want him to stay
completely aloof from all the preliminary
free-for-alls"Let Kefauver, Harriman,
Senators Kerr and. Russell and the rest of
them cut one another's throats," is the way
they put it.
And one of Rayburn's most devoted ad-
herents, Oklahoma's Senator Mike Mon-
roney, says "Our man is a tenth ballot pro-
position, not a first ballot one."
The nominations are decided at Chicago
on a series of ballots among the delegates.
The age snag may be got around by
teaming either Rayburn or the 75-year-old
Alben Barkley with a much younger vice-
President, such as Illinois Governor Adlai
Stevenson or New York's multi-million-
aire Averell Harriman.
Harriman is Glbut looks i
ish.
Adlai Stevenson, born in Los Angeles, is
only 52and is a boy as far as politics .ire
concerned.
If there is an unbreakable deadlick at
the Democrat Convention beiwten Harri-
man, Kefauver (Truman favouis i!.uii-
man, personally dislikes Kefauver) and
Senator Richard Russell of Georgia, they
ni\;lit easily turn to one of the h
luagenarians, Rayburn or Barkley, aa lie
only way.
I don't want to sound cynical, but I ougbJ
to tell you that one of the best-known and
most respected of America's TV and radio
commentators has just told the whole
nation on his coast-to-coast broadcast that
as far as these elections are concerned
"there is no real democracy in America."
He meant by this that in spite of all the
sound and fury out in the open, the man-
oeuvrings, the claims of this and that num-
ber of delegates, the fuss over the Prim-
aries and so forth, it means very little
when the chips are down. Just who be-
comes the next American ProrHer.t is de-
cided by a very few powerful mad
far out of the public eye, and aa th
of some "deals" at a high level.
And don't forget that Preside-.
himself, in an unguarded m
described the Primary EU' I
wash".
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THURSDAY. JINK VI. 1852
r
BARBADOS ADVOCATR
PACE FIVE
MEMBERS CRITICISE y^**mm ^^ ^
GOVERNMENT'S DELAY
From Pa*r 2 consider., Ujn that there were the Senior Member for St. John
but they could not afford r.ot to about 170 employee* who would could have used to arrive at $8
do tt and to his mind that was be benefiting by this resolution per week.
the more Important. If they did and In spite of all the talk they The Junior Member for St.
not implement the report of the heard about imported officials. Lucy, he said, had, like other
Committee they would be Triced Ihey would see that from th| list, mwnbtra mack- m..nv ,xamt-r >-
with a regular exodus from the 108 of the 170 offlctuU were tin-is mid had said that wlnl- u
top ranks of ih<- Civil Service .".irbadlans. When it was being England, he had never seen a post
Many of them had already gona .-Milng all for Barbados advertised in one
and many* more were on the verge thOM salaries for Englishman, he W two papers he mentioned The
ot filing. By Impltim-nUng the could assure honourable members Junior Member for St Luvv
raaolutlon. they were going to tha: it was not true. might not have seen any,'but Ihc
make the Civil Service, more Heferencc had been made to Btrbado* Government did ad-
attractive to 'I'Jallfrd pe< ny of the other colonies vertlsc They had nd.--rt.si-d not
When this was Brtahad, the OOV- witi. winch he was quite in onlv m Engl;-,d, but in Canada
emment was going t<> come down agreement. Il was true that thrir The four wtth a resolution to dent with financial position was far better merit members dcpile what
the civil servants, in the lower than the financial resources of members might soy wcra re-
ranks of the service. but he would tell sponsible for the good running of
They however were given in- honourable members that their thi Government and whore there
formation that the increases as dl litUJ qualiliod men were salaries to be paid or the
set out in the IfolttHoti before to come oui hara was because of smooth running of the guwii
the House, would cost the Gov- the inadequacy of the salary, ment 10 bo considered, they had
eminent in the vicinity of Highly qualified and technical to find officers for recruitment
$180,000 to $200,000 per annum, men went to places where the He referred to the ctrcumstam.
Personally, he did not think the salaries were more remunerative that within two yean. 17 masters
amount would come to that. and that was the reason why at Harrison College bad to N r
As far as lcve passages were Government was trying to bring placed because of wilh more r.-
concerned, everybody could not the salaries of heads of depart- munerative Jobs, often in neigh-
go together, because someone had ments In line with other colonies houring colonies, the*- left the
to remain to do the work. of the British Caribbean. Island.
He said that UM Civil Servant-; Ho ramlndad members that in \0 Argument
in the lower brackets had been ISM when adjustments were There was m, -irmimi-nt in enm-
promiaed ttiat Mr sal. rank and ga of the - takars of "Carlos with
would be adjusted and fur lhal service were deill with first and bake. of British Guiana sav
reason he could add no more as the heads were told to wait until Zh Wn korV m,,l i lii
far as they were concerned. The a con.rr.ls, loner was appointed. So ffiSJ |dc" d'' didno curnue
financial responsibility rested that waa an answer to any charge %*,r J*sn ,,*f^, "JJ,1^1
nol___.... . ...; '-. _____.- JXZ!L*$?&2}2!3 necessary to attract those wl
The pasain
Alleyne of "
Itoad
of Mr
Ulsbury" Brittons
Sunday morni
last at the age of 74 year* has
brought to a close a life that was
spent full In the service of tha
Metncdurt Church and the com-
munity in general. "WlUla
Alleyne" a* he was familiarly
known started out in his early
yejrs wttfi that spirit of adventure'
when he migrated to British
Guiana and worked In the build-
in.; business. After a few years
he returned home to establish
himself u one of tha leading con-
tractors In this island and did
much work lor the Government
especially in the repairs and en-
Largaa nl of Bgaool 'rntrrhgr
The Melhixiist Church was dear
to his heart, for over fifty years
he served as a local preacher, class
leader and In the Sunday School.
It was a pleasure to him to sup-
port the annual Missionary Meet-
ings in a very substantial way
while he also convinced many
people that the Methodist Church
deserved their support. Wherever
he went the Influence of his wit-
ness waa felt and seen.
His first wife who was responsi-
ble, to a great extent tor his
success predeceased him 24 years
I". The many friends who
attended tha burial at the West-
bury Cemetery were eloquent
testimony to his life and service.
ith the G kdjuataaaat they ..'l^JJ^v to" irt
at seen the Fiscal Survey, but normally adjusted the he ids nrsl. ,lul;,'-., ,, .Ivm*
thev were told that these things The proposal:
could be done and it would be ben before the Whit ley Council tm*3LZ
_______. -^_ i>u -* i.. ..... m n.k w~j .._--<_.,._i.. ._ ,n islands
. .lualitlcation enabled them -*
-v r m S ,altc UP vacant Psls In iwlahfcour-
Mr Wilcott continued to stress
arguments previously made for
the Resolution by the introducer
of it.
Mrs. E. Bourne (L) said she did
not see why there should I* so
big a gap in the salaries of the
headmaster of Combermere and
headmistress of St. Michael's
wrong for them not to carry them which had unanimously agreed to
out. because the efficiency of the the salaries. If members doubt-
Service would e*> lower than act that, it was a matter for them.
what It was and they would not h. far as to say. he
be able to attract to the Service. ..nd. thai the then President. Mr.
the quality of trained people for C. a. Coppin was one of those who
whom they were looking. v. ;:h li-
lt was true that in the last He knew it was true, he said.
three years, they hi-d had good that some of the weak fellows
crops. At the present moment, after importing tt in the Whltley ow^'ivCwil
although it was a bit early lo say Council, *;> around some of the '-,, **_'""' ,.. _--
so. It looked ns if next year's .^k-d them not to .* "i*"? reanaMe and she
crop would not he ai but nevertheless, there ^J^I ^S toot^fn the lower
good as the last thr* an agrseaent to It KackcVn^V^
were depend; ... OM economy. United Kronomy >,e heads ,on',,,,"
. Rfr. .:. ,:. M m ,.. Sdd that '^eAn.l^'lSrn*. she said.
Barbados with a limited economy should have been disendowed
Mild not nfford to pay salaries even before this session, and she
nothing wrong If the clergy
IBOUOWINO TMti* WIDDINO In Chicago, singer Ula Leeds embraces
her pianist-husband. Irving RorUUn. H has receoUy been her accom-
panist at a cocktail lounge where she has been appearing. Miss Leeds,
a former film performer, attracted considerable attention when arrest-
ed Id 1 In a west coast mariluina raid, (intenrttionol Stmrvipheto)
Brooker's Inquest shedroo/charred
Adjourned
TrJK INQUEST into the circumstances surrounding
the dca& of Malina Brooker of Sherbourne, St. Jolin. was
furtheroadjouined yeslerday until Monday, June 23, by spread
His Worship Mr. C L. Walwyn after the Court heard two rea
witne&es.
Shortly after 4.20 p.m. on Tues-
day the Fire Brigade was called
to Bank Halt, Si. Michael, where
a fire broke out at the house of
Matilda Taylor. The fire destroyed
a part of a sldo and shed roof,
but the Brigade got the flames
under control before they could
other nouses in the
Board Of tfealth
Approve Sale
Of Land
Malina Brooker was taken to IntttllOTittimt lAttl'S
UM General Hospital on June S *"**tgrWVn UtttVB
after she was involved in nn
accident with a. bicycle on Pool
Huad. St. John, at about 830
The Legislative Council at its
Hurting on Tuesday [nistponed
16. Bnrt
alntalncd badoi with i.'hmitcd economy sh-'n'l.i "have'"'lien" disendowed OJ IaIIUI Dr. A. S. Cato who performed ,0 ""migration.
Some ot tne members on ni t**M not nfford to pay salaries even before this session, and she 'he post mortem examination at
right seemed lo argue mat there compared with certain islands bi,w nothing wrong If the clergy The Board of Heullh at UwU' the Ganeral Hospital Mortuary
was n great .nitereiRc oetweon Many of them agreed that when Were struck nut from the list for meeting yesterday npproved the n June 15 said that the body of
tfctj Attorney General in Barba- c.,mt, , ,,.,., ltB ^.(is-post like increases. Thev should not re- division and sale of 16,454 square the deceased was identified by
doe and the one in finds.> ('""" Mr< ^,1,-, certain specialist's cpive any parfcul irh nice ireet- feet of land In lots at Goodland, '-"'lie Greenidge. There was no
and they based that on the .ngu- post, by all means they should ment, rsocclally when thev had St, Michael, bv Mr. U. J. Pin- Iradure of the skull and death
ment that the revenue ot this col- rB)ie (he ^gr^ gnj tiy lo -
ony was $12,000.00(1 a1* against ^g^ BUitable
at- been'so brazen as to talk about vlclno.
resenting the Maude Hill
'.oard alvo approved the
I due to cerebral haemorrhage.
Explaining cerebral
rl 1p of tfl '",K0 to t,le iur>' Vr Ca, *ul
land inlnl* 'llaI ,horc wns qntily of bloo
*rK,iT: the brain of the deceased an
hacmorr-
id
blood
id
M0.OO0.O0O in Brinsh i>i>iana. rteferring to the statement bv In the matter before them, it following:
Would they also arLue that a ,,, Snni,ir Member for St. Josenh Wfl, not thai she doubted the The dlvfeinn and
cantonccr in Barbados was get- lnril ^^ no, ff|)r to fa)| ,Q |n_ Covernmrnt but she had some- er< 9.5 pcrx;h
l'n. >h fSS*1** ol on crease the salary of a man staying .*, ago had a talk with a certain at Newcastle, si. John, bv New! ..
British t.uiana. )n Barbados because he bed a post Fneli-'h woman who observed to castle Estate Lid. in addition to '"'*"" have been caused bT
sBy ,h,Li0ni^len,!, which couWi lH" 'in"d V* "E W that many people from her SB9.536 square feet in lo5 .So at ,,e *"* had received a vio-
! life of h.mhe coud homP lown were often willing Newcastle by Newcastle Estate U lr^w,on lne.J"S? ...
not soe how a Government could t- nccent lobs In the West Indies. Ltd. wilh the execpuon of tot No. Greenidge said that the de-
"aaed was his wife
Ihe report of Ihc C
In Carlisle Bay
innkine thei
attractive
people and foi lhal reason hon-
ourable members would 1*
where 1"
that night.
' W ('with any serious crisis b,. M* k-
Hcriid not ^ whv wW
een should fpel dissali"-- |hgro
f.wl becnuw the salaries of the mH
icnncies. That
as not sufflricn
Imnnrlnnt
an had been increased. i(or nM| point
latfc Of hrinj?inR tho 1>rrg ,lf )np Government being only, lands of East Point Planti
pay of _thr- hsads In question on a human being were liable to atf Uon, St. Iliilip. by Messrs. G. L.
when ther- 31; thf division and sale of 1&4.14S CFJ^'i w"s
showed that square feet nl Ventnor Golf Club fno,5*r VP
61 adrartis- Rood, Itorkley. by Mr. Jacob I" J""P ?,,' n
Bernstein; the dividing and let- ft*0"?' wt^ L
that mem- ting for purposes of agricultura J2IT*-S Z
lent being only, lands of East Point Planta- ,.VS?-: .* * n
level with the pay for
id thai In 'he face of F,
and S. B. Goodlng, Trus-
i ii Mr. M. r Cm Hut .....v were over- ,^0^ hi'C":
resolution .- pio fncl thai even ih<- miL1 w u
one because rt.irb.idm aot Unique Criticism)
He had Hateved Id nany fcpeeches ], than the principal clerks of James, for talc by Sir Edward
made that night a:;d it would British Qvlan 1. Thus thev would yfTr \ ft VausThn (I) said that Cunard.
appear that If the peeple tt.....e ...n ] ,. throwing things out of it had been his Intention to mak*
prepared to follow the words pc-r. Those heads fur whom the contribution to the debate, but
which fell from the h; of some rjtlaea were proposed, should b<- nG nwj givcn priority to another nr *-,. -
honourable members, it would tom l0 wait ollu-twise. as he had member to speak, to And that his YVOll'Lifl dlftrffCfl
seem that they who claimed to ^,d things would be thrown ou* criticisms and arguments wen-
I* strong labourites, had made Qf gear. exactly those he had intended A(yjiiri Wilh \^Kr/l,f
some type of political somer.ault Ho observed that British OuianB. i,,t /nf^aMII WJIII .UUrfll T
in that they had come to the TrtAtnad and Jamaica did not ,,e remarked that criticisms on
Housl- >wuiig members to provide lrivl, lo m.intPin the Anglican ,ne Resolution had all been
large salaries for imported *-ng- church, and so their bottrr source-; ,,nic.ue| earn memoer adding con-
lishmen, etc. of revonOO did nol have that slmrti;,e crilicisms. It was tho
He would llko to say from the rtrr- outset that when ihc measure nr wronK in leaving out the ,;,. Member for the City and
first came down, he had scriitln- church ou' of nroposed Increases,
ised it very caretully and some Mr. F. L. Wslcntl members might have said that he Government, 'aid h<- had listened
had given too much trouble, but ,n n in nf (h charges and many
ho was not satisfied, becall m-de about the
Commissioner Adams when 1 |he II lUSM l>"lne weak,
viewing the salaries in 1948 had r,>r --, it from him to defend
said that the salary structui lie said, for the t/* ider
should at least last for BvS .Me of doing that better *
It would mean as far as he wb tv,nn r.-tvo^e ot them. More than
concerned that i' the salari stature ha accident w "'^"'- *v*aggXJ** <*"
and he last saw tho SH ,,. ,, m V^r, ..-m r.iRUki
ieceaaed alive on June 7 at the JtrT tauysH "ffliani?. ZHW?8
saw her on, J"i. s a Planter ism ton mm Uin
. the Hospital *'" JJ" ** 0e.. t-id aeh. 8u.
Buffering from injuries which she Bir*sTt'ais
stistained in an urcldent. The de- Si-h Mary u ifni> i, do OH
ma'1- ARHivtis nr a m i
He look lur In the General on munhav
Hospital after a doctor ssw her. '',""!_*."'". _u .
Ot! June IS he idc.it.ne.1 O.e bocly ^"fuZ"- &*mJSTJ222i
11 the deceased lo Dr. A. S. Cato. urn ....
It was about LIB p.m.
At this stage the inquest was
ad|ourned until Monday, June 23
at 2 p.m.
understood where he stood.
He said that it look a courage-
ous man to have brought a meas-
ure like that before the House,
knowing the circumstances ol
Barbados and besides, there
absolutely
would
His Worship Mr. ('. W. Rudder,
Police Magistrate of District "B" .
yesterday discharged Verona
Df rlanaon Tenantry, St.
in the case in which $!"
was charged by the Polio with
IhO murder of a newly born baby
OH M..v 23
Mr. F. G. Smith who appeared T.aXsV
on behalf of Verona Jacknuin H U Ward
submitted to the court that U
element in the
''" l>aSa Sir.:
Altait M.r..M..
Han K.-dwinin, Htln Ii. .. -1. 11. w .,i
roll, H.-.ltf Moot*. MnftinNr Merklvi.
I ivanon Potd, Annta Ptrrta. Bdllh
Mrs. Ward Will Represent
local Y.W.C.A. In T'dad
"' TrlaMtdi
N. Iluylaivt. K. Itoern, i rarMrlfis. It.
Slilm jin, M Mm-lnri I M
OeoikBg, II Ooodim, A 0iliiitf, 1'
aondtng, 4 Ooodlns, n Bcvll.
Timm (iir-ii.
P Prudlw>mm. Preudlvomnw, L
_ , Atamtar. B D rmu.. J U. I-.
Committee meeting of tho moth*, s iioMm, b wci-imt. g. i.ii-
Monday. Mrs, ,OB, cmon. r Camaron
u Klcclrd lo *S**g H3k "* "" """"
... IWWlit th. Y.W.CA. t Ult ,,, ,.....uTSS*, , Job ,.
crime was nrt t"*nobean Association Conicrcnce m.
At 1
\ "hc'SaS^"ev hopea ProvS'laAd ht cU.,Tcould SS ' b. held In Trinidad
g.t .he people they hoped d ^ -^ ^ ^ pcosccu- August 7_ to 19. Other m
were to be revised for pcopli
one category soon, they
tm not only to himself.
but to the people of Barbados.
Mr
was no
bers of
Vaughan said It
nrierlng that the mem-
I .111 trial as the prosecu-
tion had not made out prims
faaia
membois
association may
from pn^RTuitrH u> n w ) a
the Government Party
Aftej
have to do likewise for people in
other categories.
He Mid that he hsd pr.-ss?.]
for the consideration ot all Gov-
ern men t emplo>crs and an nii
agreement was resched In which , v ,,". hft henrd that in th
-ae It was deeld-d tu review f-.,.^ 0f'.'- fa-t that many of them
the salaries and wagrs of *H nv to his
Government employees and to ltrerujth, and Ih- Cad thai in the
that he had atrced whole-heart- r,r]i(., feyf Sf,,e 0f Ins speeches
edlv. might have been regarded as
If il had not been for the press- ire son. he wns unable to rccon-
ing demand mode by poo-!e in e|]( fam. He could not see how
the hightr brackets, It- 1 edUid be said
found It impossible to refrain J?arS W
from criticising the government. "r?c^,h,L.
kman loft the court
ited her and
"from" criticising the government. "!r*^"" *|,h, l.nc murdr Pl
Insinuations *|U, wld that with one or two her newly bom baby.
When he heard Insinuations exceptions, members on that side ____________________
eedsjr was a wdlk man (f ln0 ,.,1^ were doubly distress-
rnd couid not face the Administra- d when they found themselves in
the posiHon of being forced lo
support a Resolution Of that sort.
Political Appeal
Mr. Vaughan In an attack on
the Leader of the Government
said "I am making a political
anneal to you. The politiral
'uuirVrS-Thc ffir 2 IhU HoU is loin.
inat aner me ____w,_ ,_i.l., that
the local
attend.
A gcnoral meeting of tho
Y.W.C.A. will he held on Monday.
June SO, at 8.30 p.m. Lady Savage,
the patroness, will be present.
Inlgad
(i l^in.hf.t. W MaVi
pool, Pl Cuopar, II.
J 0.1*. n BBMawasaa
C Oagootf, r Brrmi
n ai*..<-i. a, m. ,,...
II. Boxlrr, I> W.lcom*.
1 MokSb
W WmUi-i
'I.H.I.
11.1- Slhtli
Ma,
1
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C.CLL. INDEX
nmutm 9r\ma
The co^l of living Inoeg re-
mained the same at the end <>r
month. 313. This Is bli increaft-
last month aa it ws-i the prevfout
of two figures
I the
STRONG WINDS
YESTERDAY
There were strong winds
accompanied by Intermittent
spells n{ rain yesterday.
Tho stroriK winds
MAKTIM^I
Vau**nt*. M
1 St LUCIA
. r Marnlu. C.
I
l'airavirir>, A. bla), J
GKCNADA:
I Palx
SI. lam
q .,
Air urn*
had
mi*l>' igneTdaTi. he could Dot since f T^h^Jh^ ^P'c an
sntin- ,,* 1 .. 2r"
the low 1 b) lUl when he n- P*S?iij-Kii
vanLs i
be glad 10 see tl


I ju
member for St John
higher rank, v.. "/"stape'MrV O. T. Allde'r *^ hc ^^.V.^^nrofeSnal
.iderat'on. because t > and said ^;Vm\hc RcSuK'She
that they would not be overlook- ;,,ntoneei ^ '" ^ "c^ vote a single
** I in envelope with ^^Suiiv He said
r n- "^Sf1 lhM In .h^theVh.^
Grants Retrospective w-oei's pay. ThU man was an JJ,{|^nc^Hion",whcrc there
id a dearth of adminlstrati
of tho yeu a m K *ya* 311. in
1 it had a ll'nip to 31*
(ind the following month dropped
two
The In mean iincg 11139 on all
-'1281 and on food only,
192.87.
The i>asis i 103.
bcginnirig |aliy in lhe St Michael area, bu.
l-.dr SVal. Auiiln llliftli
Por I'DKHT'i WCO:
Mr A..lia HriHUWKt, Ml. Caff a M
fHiUlll. Mr WsfNa Itu.rl. Mr. Par-
iiira't.t l>ti',(.iMl, Sir Jiim DBMrrSS
MUa MllllC'nl showers fell in all parishes. y*?*ffJft. *v? MnffVuSt
The ram began early in the t,rtXTw?n.V "^Tn~".
morning, but never fell 111 at. m, wuir.-e 1. u. m.h Okmu caM*.
Michael for more than few Miaa *">- pfeasa, '' Dntaie
mfnutas at a time. During tho ^*'"l*"....*,' a.ffreir ...<.. J
day it was not sufficiently icgular M*ft
in hinder pedestrians travelling.
1 !"iid hung over the island
all day.
MAIL NOTICES
"Brazil'' And "Planter"
M.i
Whenever -those recomrr-.i
This
ndn- asiist-mt enntonccr.
The Steamship Ilr.;;II .Uta ,e
ability c. inrriay morning
HOUSE BROKEN
Hill DO llOMd I
lions wcrebe^-mVde. he d .."ConUnumt. M^^ale^ MM lg^ 2 SSTZ^'+gmj* i^Z&dttJZn?'ZZ
effect t: that 1 'Senior Manbertorau JJ^UtaBd, constitution by the -,-,, llln.".i-!
that they would hav
April 1. 1969
... .. *ar"l Mail and Oissnan' Mail st S
Cwendolyn Brewster of walk- u.m arid owm" Mau
im Tenantry St Georfci re- th* ssih juno. twi
li,t-|slard'. conslllullon by in. mntm. Thla il.12.1-!,,,, *,, hi,, ^,rlod , i, ,.,, u,,', h,., M.u; >.. n, y. M...1M-.
., amm so"m to know*
lhal
cubscribe to an: thing thai
tend lo i
inh r.. r. Any sliow-

P "tea for eeai:
rrived romctime between 7
nd 11 Townthai
ministerial status In lay "morn- an., on Tuesday and articles to l'*'^'M"
U, \-oghan ^^U^ltirgku,u, raaagl the value of *28.15 stolen. aFSmm
M what arithmetical method
M .!.:' -I
it stood u-forc Ibom, ti*y
I see from thr |M under
g. On fsge
Rations.
W
killy
for
the
HARRISONS
EROAO STREET
Real beautiful
Plain and Brocaded Satin ti J2.S1 yd.
Allovcr Lace...... la KM and M.13 yd.
Kinbrnidcred Orciindie from S3.42 to
M.52 yd.
Plain and Watered Taffeta from
$1.13 lo $2.00 yd.
Bridal Veils from 8S.S0 lo $12.75
Bridal Headdresses from $tM to $4.05
AIOH.\
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FOIt VOI'lt
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We now offer in our Home Products Dept :
Embroidered Tea Napkins @ $6.00 & $9.50 a Set
Cocktail Napkins in Linen @ $11.60 a Set
Special Painted Cocktail Mats @ $2.50 a Set
Cave
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10-13 OAD $T,
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BEIM1 THE SWEETEST TREAT f
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MADE IN V K
The Perfertioo of fonfeeilon.
Ready-to-serve treat
for
fuerfdf
HriNz Vegetable Salad in Majaja.
naise is a delightful mixture of choice
vegeiables, diced, cooked and blended
wilh Hhnz delicious Mayonnaise. Ii
can be served by itself as hond'ocmrc*.
ith lettuce and other greens as a com-
plete meal, or you can offer it as
>|| ial,le will, coUl i.,. ,i.
Buy HtTNZ Vegetable Salad in May-
onnaise today.'
mxaYOWri
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MISCELLANEOUS
COTTOM SSXMUCKEH Pmk-t flow-
-t d*tMtn I" WM> nnd tmnel fhwK
ilrdBtn* M in wtd* all raducad in aa
CnM rard al KIPTA1 ANI. t? Swan
"tratt IP 6 W
EHUNal in-. Alii .ni.-a
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Commonwealth
Anthem Suggested
LONDON.
A. i ommonwealth A
BU)tl*'i.'.i'l in (he currrat iuo 0
"NAw CcnnroonweaUh" tn cour*
ol conmuii! on plans for next
yratV Coj-nalion'^ t.-u-monies.
BoKJiics "God Save the Queen,"
tli other Common wdb I tn coud-
trie-, have their own
Mithems. "But is ll not I
lourrwl rontlnue?i, ''we rpali"ed the
newi foe n Common wealth
Anthem?"
The writer goes on to sy:
"What baxd or tompoter could
a$k for n loftier subject? Should
not the Pocl Laureate In this
country, and poet* and camposeri
throughout the Commonwealth.
take this into serious considera-
tion? We cannot, of course,
achieve great poetry or music by
committee, nor can Inspiration U
t-nmmanded, hut a body so wldel\
loprcscntative an the Coronatioi
CoinmiHslou might wHi conaMa
whether huggestlons should be In-
vttgfl uion this subject,
similar eayportuntty
occur for some time.
"A noble Common wea HI
Anthem might play
niei.ible part In helping to blno
our family of nations n.orc close!;.
together. The poets and compoaer,
re often our most powerful
legislators."
uE-a.
Tl .

in
missing Ministerial Status as it
vi, .J^fiLi ISl^S^UL^H " "^ f^1 -o^4*"^ W"l/rSea* SnUmanlal aa the
^&^J^2Z*i2!r?wi2*& hvm *2LC*- to -** Jun.or Member for St. Oeorge."
taa Houav to smy Out the Hnapiui j^^, ^ Deprtnnto If the he said, I would point out that
-iMd was not bettor Mm now it mtur wu postponed unUl such lor ovor a period of years I hove
is being administered by gov. qm u another Itosolutlon was uceeodod in destroying tho rule
ernmont. prepared and sent down. of the privileged parties, only to
Attacking the ipeech made by rfr. Talma expressed fear* nay the rule or Ministerial Status
Mr. Adams trhasi he Introduced that "this Labour O^jvernment 1
the Rosolutlon, Mr. Vaughan auld peinii led up wrong allevs," on the poorest time I have ever asJde,l "I am bevornlng very *-
heard -n Intmdwt-iry speeci. by Cilou.f thitl thu government i
Jm Leader ot the Houbc u to- a-ing lo be laught nappmg, br-
say. Ho was ccrtaiiuy oncertniii J-ul# cuamt ,, ^w Labour
ifJLimM". .L w. Oofiimseu, cowtituted aa this
Then re*Tr"1*n^mbheer jyij* ? could be ao anUous to tght
i was nt
u'.dii iinni i|l art up lor afj
puklW rosipatliwn at tbair oSAi
No. Ill A taa Haabuck SSivai, BMf
\**n. m >lld*y in.- 10111 day el J,.i
iSU at 1 p.'u tn* lolfc-wing
J--i nhairi in WaM 1Mb BHmlt C
l-i.4taO 111 aja>a in Writ India Sum
BrBoarr Co. lanltng
K MlTOl.lJB St CO
SoUelloiv
/aughan said. The Junior Uso Labour Party it tho last |ec:
""m 52T fu" \5^1 ^ .Z* anJ. on4 lestro out the rank nd
poor."* Of the "marks by the fllo who ^ned thia very Labou:
.unlor member for St Peter, he Government in securing seats.
taid "he had not a bit said any- H_ WM honina that it wu
thing to Justify this ResoluUon; S^SS^VSt^ "
SS^ha6u5% "* My" d yrt > undsrmtos the policy of the
**a "*- Labour Oovernjnoat, and lood to
H. continued "the senior mem- %?sWt^&^2a& a,
ber for It. Je-eph can be rj* ^^^S^LSlTSS'tSZ ^umfflU lhflt *** lust fc*tow*d
oaUy ovw^ofldent on cortain Vnmft )n |ne 90uMm ot ,,
to disagree with tr* Oovernmcn:
AUCTION
w.ll
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nonai. hmU \
I. G-nU undrr-
Coal-. Oanrial
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ladlr* nrn-'lns Oni
LndMn llawr
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Uackala. uaoUan hob ..
Motor Car rm. Too'j. TMlrt rixtura*.
Lawn Mowrr, M platr* !-.unl*- irei-
anna B tmmi MSf. MO balh St *. rtooi
lilaa. OalvaniM anaat i, Galv. plfd, '.
lUMlowf, PI-
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UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER
I hnva boon liutroelr'. By on# of Oia
lam>drlra lo aall al No 16 Ht*n Htirri
..n Tti.irodJw nrxx Ur isth at S p m
tho (ulluwuts . II dr . 1 lady'i
coat. S iuIU. SO roaU, S pra. pai
hard ahirta 2 wi" "
roata. 1 ci-ah aonl.
iOirr Hen
DARCY
whlW
hak and
TIBJ15 USM
A. SCOTT. Aurtionaai
i* si. a*
On* OvalUnr
Ic purehai of S Urn
d alnflv
S
siven Irra wiib
o( Ov-IUm Lanta
othaiBjiai. Krcp
us. uiat-aa
I'AT BAHTS SuppllBa of rat baits-
:rpi.rr.l b- (h* AarW-.ittiiral SoriBtr
i I in- nvnil.iblr to the grnaral public
II o Omllrd period nt tho BImI Shad,
Hrrn'i Park, and nviy U> purchaarS
each hatwrrn lha hour*, of S
rurpt from II
anil 4 p i
M
It D !0-3rt
In tho I>al1r Talaftas*
a* IViO- :Io.d-p; now
rtiadoi by Ah- only a fao
>r> in lordrn Co.*
k.I ItMimnUU*!. T.l
P-tl for may
Wo
Sir
I Ihr rnd nf I
i.'harl
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
Thr appllrntlon of HWhard C Nat-
on >!n.iikrrpar of Collyinor* Hock.
Idai of Uflnor Uranar No. Ml o*'
tu srantwl to John I. SoaU In ra-
naot cf a 2 room board and .hmsla
of BUhopi Court Itill St.
aSSO to um aiS
nnor llci-rtar A.- al aald prrmiira
DUti lllll, St. Mtchaal
DatsS l"l- 1711. Un of lum. 19M
t A M.1.BOI) Eaq .
,-. M MBafirSW, Dtit "A"
II K MAIIKEll.
for Applicinl
>' H .ppllcaUon will bo con-
Uaiaal at a licanalna Court to bo
Id at Pttltc* Co.irt. niatrlct "A- CM
.'onday UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
By InriraatloM escafwad from
nittuii covarfl I MU aoh at "Waka
.' hUrium RS, oo niSaty Juna
ill 1D4T-1S HP Auailn Vm i.i p-
VJNCJVIT OHUTlTll
UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER
Along with tho clothing .ln.ii w
ba wiil.1 Ho IS lush SU-I ff' '*!*-
day nakt at 1 y m., I *IU Mil t-'S ">
Inauranr^ Co. J hand Kalonlaa Bhaata.
n'ABlCT A. SCOTT.
AuatiBnaaj
La Grenade Dies
Memliors Criticise Government',s Delay
# Frosn f>sge S
Up Wrong Alloys
,actic-lly shattered tonight."
Reniiination
The ftrt thing he would be
Akvd. ho said, would be how
would "hia boys" stsnd up to
responsibility. He had already
told them that >f they voted
the|
x^ssrr-isS ss3S?Si?J ^^-SJ
hi
and
vould resign. That was tho only
way Constitutional Government
could be carried on.
They had come in with all the
old arguments which had been
very useful M years ago when
they wore trying to destroy the
Conservatives and they had got
such s habit of making such
In this colony, but the
- ,J^Uc._acn/'mff?tJ"'P On cortain matters, and on this
bBt7,IQ.dile,V.Uyv.for ih*..GTrn" occasion he realised that tho Oov-
ment Party It they don t Iske a aj^cnt was In a vary embarrass-
'idden and concentrated review^ i_- 'position. He ad4ad, "one
of thsir sins of omission and BmvT have expected a Rssolu-
commisiion. The people of tins Hon ,j)w tb4l to con,, down from
colony will not much longer be ronervattve government, not a
hypnotised by personality and the r-Kour Pr Snriali-. C.ovetnmtnt.
.iiflueiK-e and persuosive talk of fi- incres'ifig the salari.
UBV1* TfW BU_ ,1/MPT.n .
Whpn Mr. Bevln differed from
Mr. Atilo*. he tot up ami Mid no
and renigncd. But the following
nJlht I.- would be careful to
point out that that wan not to be
taken that he would vote against
hi. Government.
They told the people they were
working together In harmony,
then the Government came along
with a major matterthe wholi
r St. Joaenh *T f? a' t. j '. rw..^XT^t. with a major matterthe whole
.KWicndni "'Jit ?!""' ', ^ r Z .. establishment of the Civil Service
Divers Txk Investigate
Swedish Plane Wreckage
STOCKHOLM. June 17.
Divers prepared lo go down lo Ihe bottom of Ihe Baltic
Sea, weather permitting today, to investigate the wreckage
of the Swedish Dakota which newspapers angrily charged
was another victim of Soviet fighter planes.
Public indlRnation over yesterday's shootinr; down of
the Calalina flying boat reached fever pitch which saw
crowds jeering at Soviet officials and burning Communist
newspapers. The Swedish press generally voiced suspicion
that the Dakota "Flying Classroom" met the same fate M
the unarmed Catalina which was searching for it.
Conservative Svenske Dagbla- Ked Nydag printed ofr,c,l Com-
det aid that the "tl-ory that th, HaM) hut ret ataj* from
%?i?z&z fizz *2es ^Si&^g
the
Catalina wa. atUcked in a Soviet manoeuvres? Stockholm non
throughout Europe iMorned^ at
loss as to what to l
fatygjj of nsoundlng political
"Stockholm'.; stupidity "P.P.
SHIPPING NOTICES
irrom Oiir Own C>rr."pr>n.lrnt.
GKENAUA, June 17
Hyacinth U* Orende 58, retired
Director of the Supply Stores here
which he served W years, died
early this morning at the Colony
Hospital. Ailing over a year, the
deceased eight years ago survived
l ritical illness and had resumed
work for a period Tho flap*
of all business houses in the
cspital were flown hi respect to-
i.iy and hta funeral at tho
.toman Catholic Church was
largely attended. the corps*:
lying in itate in the church,
where he devoutly served,
two hours earlier. He leaves two
sonsGregory being an Agricul-
tural Assistant, and four
daughters.
.... J Hon. P. C. Noel and B. C. H.
_^____-------------------------- Moore the Legislature's delegalef
..HtUOR LICENSE NOTICE! I the Conference of the "Wi
irsANsrsa. ano KBMovAi., Indian C.P.A. Branches, leave to
Thr application of Moo tea WhlUvay ( moiTOW for Jama it.
.f St Davidi, C). Ch purchaaar
of Liquor LacasM No 1017 of IBftl ------------------______
anted M Kannrth Smite), In mm-." t j
! a board and alvaniird nop attache a [
> IWaldaftr* nl Walla T.-nantrv Cl. C1.
D>lrii-I "D" for tMrmlMlon to
Bases ilia utd llrrna* at u board i
....i, ,-,i ,pu ,..u..ni.rl atttaSbtf aj
in Ch within DWtrlrt
and to in.' thn Mid IMa.vM at bim-H
t dracrlbad prrmtMii
Dated inia isth day of June mi
W KlTDOnt Eaq
DWUlrt "B".
l.VALL lirST.
f..r Applicant
appiicaUon will b- con-
at me l.ii'rmtng Couri lo br
Mo-.it.> SHh day tf June, ISM
. at Folk-* Court*
the) asnior member for SL J'
The people ars sxpsric
harder facts, and every day they ; of ln; cTvilServire. Bu.
h6ar :",wspr;pe,ri,, i liato r"i2 SLXLi^SSSS'tS^M!1 "*ftnthe Honourable Member
leader rn^aria laSS ^f St ^S^SSttt^ "VZ rlSt IS P F iP^S
Id being catapulted lTOfn T**m* enar- said, U perfectly true." he aald.
power. The people of Barbados He Mid that it would be more "< "> iiwung more than inferior-
will not be always asleep. The htme*'?ia, to train some of the Ity eomolex.
pBOpW put you here and demand- island'* unemployed to fill tech- ..They were saying that overy-
Od bread, but this Resolution Is nical poits. and etr/vrewed fear-t U-ing ofllcia s told the Govern-
stons". that when the salaries of the njJ; him*.1t:h 'tW1
He continued, tho senior mom- Heads of Departments were in- He had "*> by no officials
ber for St. Joseph has confidence creased, the doors would 1* closed on tho matter before them. But
in his people, but, Mr. Vaughan to qualified people from the Uni- as ho had pointed out to the
nrned. the people's confidence In vsrttUss because employees who party and was pointing out to the
you Is rutnlng out." roach the top would want to stay House then, they know what they
Returning to the Resolution, on over their time. we doing They knew what
Mr. Vaughan aald he would not Mr. P. E. Miller urged Gov- they had to do on that matter ami
vote ono cent more for a Head- eminent to compromise the mat- ho could not make It clearer.
aster of any school or for any ur. and postpone consideration The Honourable Member for
educational officer until the odu- of the Resolution until a similar St. Philip had not been really
cat tonal policy of this colony is esolutlon sJTecting the lower nasty in his language, though
ahsoluielv reformed. salaried employees was sent down, perhaps not IntenUonally go.
With regard to the technical Mr. J- R. T. Braneker . the There was only one valid
positions, Mr Vaughan suggested' Last member to speak on tho Ros- argument, an argument made by
that since the Caribbean Commls- olution. aald that a commission UM Senior Mom ber for Christ
slop was a tour member govern- would aoon be appointed, but it Church, and even in making it he
ment organisation. Barbados would rlart its work under s grave had to put in some nasty remarks.
might try to recruit technical per- handicap After all that had beeti Ihe argument was, could they
snnnel from the United Stales if .aid, the Cotiimisaloner might afford it Well the Junior Mem-
those men were not available in well soy he would consider in- ber for St. George had told them
the British Empire. cresses in the light of flnanees. hat he could sfford to psy more
One wss entitled to presume taxes and there were many others
Adclitionnl Cost that the CornmlssioBer would who could sflord to pay more
peruse the report of the Commit- taxes, but were not pushed to psy
He referred to the additional tee and when it was read that the them.
cost involved in increasing the MUrlcs in the ivwiior branch of It had been the intention of the
salaries as propose*! in the Order, the Service compared favourably Government In the absence of
and said that the S180.n<>0 would wi|h ^^ Services, one would the proposed Fiscal Survey
employ 360 people at JIO.OO :i not be surprised If he took It that present the fullest background of
week, and serve a much more n Was his duty not to make in- the general financial position of
useful purpose. cresses tne economy of tho country. The
Mr. Tshws, sold he want- sjg, observed that with the pro- memorandum had been prepared.
ed to make his position clear, and posed increase, some undoubted II was a long document, over 150
said thai while he would be pre- mllQti, would be hsppy in remain- pages.
pored to vote the salaries of the jn )n eosrafortable posts while In short, he said, they knew
technu-iil personnel, he cotild not qualified persons came and went, their financial position when the
suppou ll..- Resolution In ao far Renlvine Mr. Q. H. Adam* *" -il Survey came. On that
oh the increaMw tor tl,e admUdt... (.. ,**,. am the question of re- basis, estimates were put in for
traUve heads of dep3rtmsiits were cruitment which hsd been raised SIOO.OOO. So the argument wa*
concerned. b* the Junior Member for the answered, they could afford it.
He admitted his allegiance to ci'v. He said he did not know And they had already voted It.
the Labour Party, but said, "1 where that member got the idea Could Honourable Members
also owe allegiance to the 5.00U from, but no colony advertised Imagine that they would come to
people who sent me to this Cham- imji recently in the West Indies the House with a flimsy scheme
ber." Advertisements, especially medi- after eight weeks of knowledge.'
Like other members who spoke lffli ones, were done by the Crown that the back benchers were pre- V
before him. he strongly criticised Agents. The majority of vac&n- pared to fight.
Government for their delay In (.i>a were advertised for In the "I challenge them." ho said,
considering the lower paid am- tfaUy press snd in technical "Let us go to tho country. The
ployeos of the Government Ser- journals. country know us. They hsve
vice, and said that no harm could Some like the Junior Member seen ua too long to believe that
be done If Government dsfsrred for gt. Lucy snd the Senior we sre letting them down."
consideration of the matter until Member for Christ Church were What was the difference, it was
the salaries of tbe subordinate suggesting that the Government being aald, they gave the fellows
and upestabllshetl staff the:. or jj, some eases of suggestions, nt the top and not at the bottom.
people who suffered mostwere himselfhad things thrust down It was never intended, but as
considered and put before the it.,r throats. That abuse he soon as one wss touched and the
House. He objected to the settii.. would pass aside, but he would other had ft grievance, they would
asy that the Honourable member necessarily fix the other,
for St. John hod seemed to think To correct a wrong impreeasion.
that he (Mr. Adsms) would set ho said that he had aald that al-
about to make a swan song. It though the Fiscal Survey might
waa lust conceivable but not on not be rosy it could not bankrupt
.nvthing he hsd said. them if they went on with that.
He legretted saying, he said. He added th&t as far as cost of
MONTSSAt. -bUSTBAISA. WSW
/ItL.VMl I.INB USflTSO.
IH.tKI UMK>
g.S -ciot-rrjaTXR- w MiiadulaS to
...it boon Port PirH- May Hat, Davaaaort
J in. Mb. Malboum. June MO*. BydtVW
Juna Sun Briahana July MS, anrnng at
narbadaa akaut AusuM SSt.
in addition lo farvrral caifa tSM vaaaal
hi. aneM apaea for en Iliad and bard
rroaast canto.
Carte accepti-l on thraugh QiUa of
Lading tot tmahirMt at TrlaJdad to
BrIUah Guiana. Laa-ranl and Windward
Islaess.
roe forth** parUaMlan apply
HS-fl" WTTaVT a CO.. LTt.,
DA COSTA A CO., 1.TIV.
WW'>WWOW JOOayS. lOf^
T. M.V "CACIOUX OIL 5
CABIBE' Will accept Carao and O
IVaannactn for St. Lucia. eC
Thr .
nocapt Canra
for Dominie*,
Marat. NavU and St. S
S.ahnC mday lOUt Inat.
The M V ''MOrntKA-'
aerapt Car so and Pai-fi.K*ri
Dotnliuca. Antir'". "SSni
Nnl. and St. KUlta,
fnaay STth Mat.
CaaMsMa T-I-. Ha. SMT
^Mc0a,S*#C-
NEW YORK SERVICE.
aaila SO Juna gfgSjag UarbaO. l-t July.
NEW OBXEANS SERVICE.
CANADLIN SFRVICE
-1TNDIU"
'T1STA''
"ALCOA Por-fTUt"
"A STEAMER' ..
-A .STTAMF.R" ..
sAjag 'aoM
Maataaal
Ma.' IStt.
May STth
Juna ISlh
Juna Tth
JiSy Htt
"!*< aaraasaa
JUT* *Mh
July Ittk
Jutir sett.
ROaUET TafOM LTD. NEW YORK a. OCLP SERVICE
Apply: |>A COSTA CO.. LTD. CANADIAN SRRVICE
SSSSatSSs Just opsnsd a ft is suortmeot of
cmr. Broad t, Tudor Bts.
STAM i:\ III T IS and .ii\;n
THE 4fVIIIU i \lI>OHH M
Osener Broad snd Tudor Streets
up of ,iiiv new commission snd
said that the same committee
which deslt with the hlghfi
esdod officials, rather than mere-
hold out a promise to the
smaller employees.
It was entirely und siussly uo-
ave you discovered'
these delicious
Sifwuits ?
.. .i-l fair to say that the unestablished that that night members of the living wss concerned, they hsd
via Trinidad.; staff should not hi> considered Labour Party had gone as near decided to leave it in abeyance.
THIS WEEK'S
SPECIAL
PEANUT CAKE
B
6c. varli
ARBADUSY
UER1E8
DIAL 4758
jill.
.JAMES STREET
NntitT mi Appliralion
for Naiurali/aliiiii.
Nollco is hereby given
that Jerzy Josef Jan Tsd-
ii^' Klimczynski of "'Fer-
nihurst" Deacons Road St.
Michael, is applying to the
Governor for Naturalisa-
tion, and that any person
who knows any reason why
natural Ira tion should not be
granted should send s
written and sigrsed -tote-
ment of the fads to the
Colonial Secretary.
19.8.522n.
| i you have not lasted
*OvgJtiRC' Bis. nits >ou
have a treat in Moss, You
will imd them so crisp, so
.';li,inL L, M si IMiiinp.
llirjroicepiiongl nour Uh-
ins qualities ned distin-
;lih'icJ fl'.uour jredue to
the high quality of tbeii
inyrcdicntv which ntludc
a pr.ip.rtion of 'CKjltin.."
- the w4WkT> moM pon-
ahr rbe| bt^iaUE*.
I 01 ml fJCWltOrM llMN
i. luitliiiii: ^jiiiu* s,.
- |1] [if t1
1 i)\ ihltW hi.tiiis.
Keep your
children..
FIT AND
STRONG
OVALTINE
Your children will ilwaes be lull of lun
full of cucrgv . have s real sect
for work or plsv ... il you give them
HALIBORANOl-: every day. It h rich
in the body-building snd protective viu-
mim A & Densures stronp hones and
muscles, mcresse* rrsmancr to illness.
Children love taking Ilalihorange
the pwrc halibut oil is bkmkd with
orange juice to mskei. extra delicious. It'*
grand for adults too.
Haliborange
THE NICEST WAY OF TAKING
HALIBUT OIL
*a. I ti -W it.'' RffS sssl aW '
idrroeft ii irutiu the* rSjiVvVs,'!

MOMS* a M>ooe>ess>><
PLASTIC ITEMS
IN ALL COLOURS
KITCHEN SCOOPS
GRATERS
BOWLS
CUTLERY TRAYS
LIME SQUEEZERS
CRUET SETS
GLASSES
FUNNELS
F.GG TIMKRS
KITCHEN CANISTERS
ETC., ETC
SEE OUR SELECTION
GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES
HICKm 8THQT (Oppcite Pest Oface)
PHONI Mil
<.I
Tu-u Special Lines umunf/ Ihi-
mnnfi others ire hurl- just
opened.
THEY ARE
TWO
?
BARGAINS.
54 inch ANDAR CREASE RESISTING
' SUITING
at $3.52 Per Yard.
.11 IN ,. rlANBI *> I III LONDON I I
A SERVICE TO THE HEN Of BARBADOS
Good quality KHAKI PANTS, all Sizes
$5.75 Each
RELIANCE
VALMKTTQ OT.
I
SHIRT DEPOT.
I'HOM. 174. I
Shad
White. Parchment
Gold. Jewel &
SHARKSKIN
Dawn. Pink.
Bermuda.
Tiger
Shades
at $2.80 per yd.
Tiger Gold. Jewel.
Dawn. Pink.
Bermuda & White.
A. E. TAYLOR LTD.
lulcridse Street.
WHERE THERE ARE JNO PARKING PROBLEMS
And where - -
QUALITY IS HIGH
: and :
PRICES ARE LOW
So Wal 4100


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si mi n .\ri\nc.\ri
SUNDAY. Al 1.1 M
CLASSIFIED ADS.
FOR RENT
TELSPHOHI TSOi
MM.
su ill ) Rev Jama* Richard Ntcbls
The himril Will leave hie late is-si-
: r.woed ml. a
i-ragga at 4 4* lor St
Michael dihedral and thence t'
..lend. ....
.. -.4 la i"' ..- i'- dihedral
Jr***. Nlcho!.

V ,1 I,H1\-On Bur**.. J
\ welter La R~i
Yataghan, w o( Mi. Mr*" Vi,i|ln
<>i b-i m Am*, r""
and Cyril VaugKen
Bn* V*'ighn iwtfr*
Fon MEM
AUTOMOTIVE--:
HOUSKS
AN APARTMtaVT -Al Or.-
sea. Mar Wtot. Ba *i N*> "'i"
Appi' > pi'ir.iaw i.. Him I
Attractive seaside Flat urn road Uai
maa. ccanlortabiy lurniehed. atnglieb
will. Opan Verandah lacing sea. muc.
Au|ull
W'A.\TKI
LOST A iimmi
IIKI.P
LOST

DTC BAt I
Ml ...mu,... rtam Miif i.~i.r
.. "!. t ih* Advocate Ad-
ieiti.ing Department. 1 I U In. .
A rEMAI.E BOOK KtXITK nq^L-M OKI
laussarisn.s of Journal entiles and ,II,H '
-Ledger Balancing eaacnttal. Apaly i.
5Un tnjiserience lo A B C
t AK IHI yj-tk HUlrna* 111*
".' lr. Contact I S KMltiaoa
Oeorga, in. i htei
j BDHOALOWAt Brighton. BUM* Rock
______'all modarn rcjtventeevre.. 1 hedrooni-.
.ja'App.lv Mr. B Cools. na*t .1.-.. Dial la**
uaiden '"' pailliillB.il I 1 SBIn
-
rk treadle '.-chine
Twrrd^i. Rd
1 U It.
THANKS
IIJVM M -lud alao
to acKnowledg* with
1 .e parMKii -he-
Card', and In any other
proaecd Ihelr a;n,patt,*
in- rNU of Mi. Annar Aug
AIR-yne. eapec.aiiy the
roagr*.
Chaster. Kr
Victor Alle.ne laeni
wood .daughter. Ethel
Walrelt Rhode iPrescod. Evclw
.ewter. N Y M- I
M Y < > N V
.1.1 11 M
rnra.ll. *< Rnrk*"'". I'.
MHhfI. grateful!' r*lum thank. I.
all who attpiMlrd fir funeral, wi'
wraath* irltrla and cud- -
or In env other waj rendered Beaut
ana* on i-.l- death ol Mr. Ann..
August* A.lt-'ir ahi-
ihe rtr, July ma
IB 18-1
ckrOeto* -The Criehlo

m tor Ih- |i
r> landing giv

the underalgned t tin. ugh
that sned'urn dn ofJer
thaeika lo all thoae kind friend* wti
ae kladlv aaeuted al the luneral
Aneiie Melville Morgan
Falelle Tnmnpenn IHaUri. Arthur Mo-
ran ibrolhef. TSA Tl.e Vu*t;
IN MEMOKIAM
- an
Here i
INT
aavafekl
rver knnen her value
ee hei v* ant chair.
Oearfe Frere. Veen.
Nephrw Fred 81 Klmo Mepp who
l.irtnl thli hie Aii||u>t Ji.l ini
Mortal hand, had tried to aave
But (laha and (earl -ere all in >
Kapt aiifela raine -nd bon-
From a world of frlef and pain
Yoti arr nut futcotteii rraaWir <
Nee will -mi ,v... kv
A. Innn M Ufa and n.emnri laal
We will n-member thee
Vl^ Dallon Moore. Mi. AHce Phillip-
.n.intu' M.a. Aim* Mae. Otlvi
MO0MI It O-
MAFF |i
helaved >.e*Me
' B
' SLss ::
i.l mir rWai'i
r-d M. Bhnri T
n Augu.i
- mlle
BM ,,,,. .,,. .. .
certain dpy
I........
Ai time g>. b, i
daea not take i
To beir ou In
The d.iv wr dn m
la "Wl hard 10 find.
And .. ~. i I
We "li-.H mi-et ataui lo pail nv ma
KVM i.> be re -.i.limed bv Auntie F-i
ajtd Hn.le I Indeaaj PteklM iMr A Mr.
Ol.ver Phlllipe, . Wat -
Trtnid.i.1 U SA papeie i-tea copy
v^rr |
m.ly da.
whi paa.
lo.ln
riuod cvndllMM*.
i-rd lo ll Cecil
J * In
CAB Mlii
...... .' -
.i ... n- I 7. i.-|>ra...
OaJwd r.|.-i

"*-;
burk in perfect raeidi-
'..... Aipl. K H Fiirmer. Andrew*
, ,-uit-ll..'. VI Juuph Itumf Pt-BTI
S M-4B
CAR A>utm J

r-.tie 3T1* or 4
III
hUSUALO*. al Uikkl
afar. "ananOwi" aultable foi
"Baatawlle"
.
i-.ii.-
ii paad) i. .
Ilial. Sue
1IM I
MAID WANTKT1
EkAM Unfurmihed. Ir.in Kt S<|>I
BhcrlHdTiaiit (.
Coit. ABractlve wall Boiujalow. I ami
m. Oaekce and Servant.' rooni
i Baa bnthina. Pnoaa S l>anlri
UBl fur a|ipolntmaert. I I SI- tf.n
MIK-Hav llraet Apply M..
(i. Id i. ihurel.-- Ileckle. Rd
(AH itW Vauahall W"vern. Owner
aUapjl taakdlUetk iBart-im
v. .ma Court uppoaite !U>e-
. i.niciil Farm. Ch Ch Bii*
rroat .1 SI In
Fl-AT On* Fl.rill*h-d Flat at fhindor.
. Lawrence. Suitable for 1 only. Avail-
able July llh onward Fbone PMD
all %'ahix. AuaUa Aen Wolarlrv 11 "p.
. . i. .
*e Mil 1 il An
KLK.CTRU Al.
F1.AT A HOUSkV Fully furnlahed. BL
tawrence on-Sea Fhane 3803
W 1 :i t I ii
UN| Fai .'i. -
.1 -.Ii..*- Oibit !'.,
IJ-nu Ptioba Lllht. For '
t Phone asw ria In
ROOSEVELT MANOR--On the are).
Beach Court Avenue. HaMlndB Threw
bedroom* and -II modem cowvanleneei
Apply: -EilM Court", llaatina*
KIMBOLTON. corner ftnd Avenue
Bellevllkt A Pine Road. Three Bed-
toom* .-nd i.anal .r..rnlrnfe* Vacant
ira*ii imniedi.-n At.
inaon A Banfleld. Jan.ea Sir..'
NOTICE NOTlCfe
I'li-iriM nrill \l. in I.IU 1 OMrtrantmi; MHIIOI.
rvidfiin. Harhadai I The fnllowini Ii thr h.t at auccemf
uid like Ia iMl-iira our C-i.tomfen ndldate* for Op- Fiitranee t.. r...
il we will !. iced to b.ia.".i.. *or j bermere School lul. at candidate, t
i annual I Honda* mi. " Aucuat to Saturday Aufu*t, IBM. I '"brnined to echolaralilp aw*.dm
til lypr* at Brawl,we traaara A.'allaul*.
3 SI Ml
FUn
iif.t'RICFMABiiH. 4 Cubic ft (III AuK aituatcd 3id Avenue Belleville.
nit rlaaa condlUon, attractive bargain coeitalnma: I Uedrooma. Uv.nl Boom.
I'rlee for a hn.-iwwilc Apply I. aV It KlU-hen. Dalh, Toilet with Front and
d||Ur. Reed Street Dial 2)BI llack Verandah* Oarair. Wa^hr-orn,
2 B M -Hi iSereanU' Room with Bath and Toilet
. in vard. For I'jiIii ulara phone SIM
) 5SOn
M1V KOOIlMtlRKINti MAI-IIINFRY
Cine Hi 11" CtrcuUr Saw complete
Ith motor One III la" Jointer and
hMd with motor For lorlbet
...tu-L.lait appky la Law A Connall.
I'YE PORTABIJI RADIOSCombined
Electric Malna and Self Contained Dry
Batlr-ry Operation. Price 11200*. F. C. S
Maffel A Co. Ltd l.t.Ut.fn
llaat. (lit*. Foi
PI IH.II SALES
RatFBlOERATUR -
n-ctroin il^mpi A-l
ii inch A, .
-ireel Dial ITPl
- ercoi.d-han I
^-iditlon. price
I Millar. Peed
. lB-B
LIVESTOCK
REAL ESTATE
POULTRY
RRlciHTttOOD .ituate on lhe aeaUde
al II. Lawrence. Thrift Church.
"I 'i 33.0M aqiaar* feat of land
The Mouee oaaMaan* three '
drawing, dining and living room, garage
nnd aervanti' room* with elrctrw: light
*nd water throughout Inspection h>
'p[Hi in tine nt. phone EI30 between fhe
hour* of fl and IV am
The above will be aet up for inle at
Public Competition on Friday. Ihr IMh
da^ of Autvpt 1BU. at S p m at tha
affli-e of taw unaVi**gi.ad
rABBTNOTON *
Lne*
I BEAI.Y
n 7 siion
MECHANICAL
CAMERA i .
'li-uhlc cianplete w||h
rtmk
iiU*HAiTAH-gt.iiie wall 1 ( ,nl..w..h Bnth-hH.^ Appl l-n.m-r Andrew. Plantatl.m M-sn F II J-hone '/ 4.
i l.iFF -A
n-i wim ii** iL( rum ,. ,_^ ... ^_____- ^ ,_.._ ...
Out Film Holder and I > I ["*"!*!** &,
b adaptor Beat Offer _Phone ^ Irrigated lor kii.hr*. gard.
fN American and Fngllah
In atock unending Port.i-
ird and Long Carriage Phone
, .... .
) u- 3b
i-.:..-.> ajfa ,. .
,iewrllert
(iEMTI
HIM c.

Iti., hart. i Ltd
Oflre Fq.lpmewt
i- iiickldea UFA*.
. .1 Adding Ma
RADUi -* Hi Tube. Fva Hadbt
erfeet working order A bargain
"i n Phone mar, ]| St
One of lite lire! aeletleU .|-t. a
Wiitera- IVrrnre lluabu-V l.'<
ft with Hjhl -1 wa> to -.
A r Jotte* , Co High ir. -"
-n l FOB Hill
Sll Kntfht* Ltd
OS Bdoe Ice Co Uil
i i , i i. i '.I
M w ; BIB .,, ,-., nd
).l Plantation! Ltd
41 Rate* Shipping A Tradlnl I
The above .hare, will be !
.le by public compatllron at mil
llraet, Bridgetown.
I id
pWS
MISCELLANEOUS
WTIQtm of *.or iajggJLUQg, ,
' IK-. old Jamala. flna Hllv.r V
nlour*
< e,i St Elmo Mapr
I awav Augtail led. law) ,
I maim foe .'on In *Uene.>
I oft rriarat MWI
Wh.t w.iulrt I ftvg
And I Ml patM " I get"
i Hind lifr't curtain
B.-... i ..il Brief nd pw.n
Ii. .Ill We a iLiuptcr dawi-.ag
When .if,!- moti.. will meet f%
Mr*. Vtolet Mapp
Moate Win Voiir .grand I

Sinbal Barrow. Eudori
r: B I w ..I HI era wame.
-graait.aui.la'. Mr* l*Otla WalU. Ern.-.i
lurrov. Curl...' BnUiwalia, Marconi.
Itrittbam, Fell* Maup l->"-t.r Bvelyn
eouarinai. The Moore*. Mpp *nd Phillip
i-mil* and Irtenda
Ttinhtad H'SA paper* pleaae Cheaaa Auattallan Cheaa*
nth Rockley Dial UU
I
MlB
Mr.
LOCKS Weatmlnliter
d rini-l .....
: raa-onably prkrad-
aellai B"Ko.. lane
milng Cltx-ka
, Klen.le
* Yaorw.d.
.1 -J In
IMRAKor- I. compound Cough
dlrine for Irving Cough'. Bore
leaf e't In Pkl*. OOBBt Sheep.
eaan and Caet:-. n>..dr b. lhe wel-
"iwm Mn.ila>-tun n. Da. H..n A Hewitt
Pile* S 1 boa KNWIHTS LTD
I it S3 Jn
The undaralgnod will ofTec lor
hv public coinpeuuon al their o
We IT. Blgh Street. Bridgetown.
Friday, the ath day of Augu
" ato-OTdinar. Share, of M.a*>
m BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE BANK
IMITED
i (il il l 1 AFFORD A CO
nallei
a m
"Wkl
feet
I'l hi i( Minns
HTC RACE TICKET- Sa-ie TV No
MIS Brill.....
return i lh*> AdVorate Advrrtuing De-
mi let
HOHI4IUD* COUMf 1 'OS
GENERAL CERTIFICATE of EDUCATION
CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL HIGHER SCH. CERT.
lOU Ciauie TaaDtm 72,ttt>
w inmiininu. F*o*pe<.iua iptaue aanea
r M.A LLD..F>'*cioeoiSiJdae..Depi ULI.
OLAND
WOLSET HALL, OXFORD ^
IKXJ Or..
HbM-k ....
Suale with
Smau Foi. Terrier dog will
4 '- Kaaie o7 G%
ralUr around hi* neck
4M4. c o Beta B*
1. Blue Watera
a a M fti
SHIPPING NOTICES
Moilcw hrirln given that the
nrmal Q. lhe Yodng
er Progreaahe Club Inr .will be
ill. on Wrdrurailiiy JTtli Augu.t IM1 at t ivlng crwait Id
* p in at Club'. hrndqimrte**. t Boyce 'new Callei
K.-II"' .( .....UOM n.(.t t^ rrrelvea, | < lag
not UU- than Hori- mv
i mm
HilORJWSlH i i I II
V II1RTT.R.
Acting Secretary I
__________________-
PCKMI\.tl.
bv the iindenlgm
Aiigini
OtiNO MEN\
public are hereb warned agwln't
wife. Mill... t
T do not hold
-. her ae anyone
.---ting ut' dabt or debt, in
ft,'
EDRICK BOVCB.
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
kaiijmo (bom n ion
SS BOSKOOP lit AlUUgl
M R'ROVAIIIT fth Aviga.t. 109]
M B BTENTOK Ilrid Auauat. UH
H * HERA. *Ili Ailguit. 19*41
-'i IR..... 'i ion
US Wll LKMnJ-.\:i l.i, AtutuiL IBM
-*MIS..... IIIMl.Xl. ruiiMuun.
wit mm.ii i.i usi
IM NBBTOK ath Aoguat. ItOS
.t s BOMAIRE. ntn Ainruat.. ma
'. | sriM'H:. .-p. Ugajkti Baa BaW.
hum. io iKiMUAh him \.
IU ikKKiKap. iii. a >li(t |au
M I 1I1-.UA. I Mb September. IfM
H F Ml
. < ii I 111
The M V -CARrBBEZ' will
accepl Cargo and Paeaenger* Iot
Domlnlc*. Antigua. UoaUarrat.
ITFB BW! -BT mm BdlBn-r
Thursday 3lrt, ln*t.
The U V "MONEKA" will
autpt Cargo and fare anger a In*
Dominica. Antigua, Hontaerr II
Nevta and hi Kill* Sailing
Friday. Bib AtufUit. I**).
Hi IllOOMI OWNEfaS'
ASHOCIAIION lIKC.f
OanalgMaa.
Fah- -, e i M1
I .rtiidll,.
ranaftafa
NOTICE
m M l-usaaaaee. aa the -""i
The Variety fwHlal wp haa
emoted to No Tl Swan Sire-t

u-aal 8 a M In
NOTICE
1'tRIHH OF kT THOHAB
*e Parochial OfMce will be rloead
Tuetdat 3lh Anguat and Tueaday lath
Augual
F F PILORIM.
Parochial Trea.urer.
1 8 M-3n
NOTICE
PABI-II OP ST. FETEB
Durinf lhe month of AuguM Ih*
Parochial Trearurer'. Office day. will be
a follow*
Thursday* from 10 am. to 3 p.m
Salurdav. from 10 am to 13 noon
Signed G g. COtmiN
t B (A3a.
NOTICE
TABIBB OF SI P1IP.IF
Appllcatlona lor one or more Vacant
I. Phlllp'i Vealry Exhlblt.ona tenabie
I lhe St Michael'* Olrla' School, will
be reoelved .
than MAiadav l*4h Augtuat. !*
CandMataa mual be daughter* of Por-
ibioncis In aUallcned circumatarma.
. .<**! I
> the lath Srpfmber
A birth rjArlaSMta n.ud be forwarded

Ivr Parochii. I Tr.. Bin
" s -(.iTT
Clerk to DM Ve.try.
51. Philip
k : dn
NOTICE
\. .11 AMI SI III IK .III M IKK-
ALADIN
DIAMOND WHITE KEADLIRKT OIL
BSBO I .i i,
ESSO OV \ I
FJUODIKBKL
rast>TAr
BJB3A1 < ROWH
ChV
:l r:i II", QgWaM BBBl
mi 'Aid.il.-.> S A of
Panama, being Ih* |.ie-
- ahov em ent limed trnde
rk* ha aiaigned them with DM ,.--1-
" -:' ......'"'
Koao Slandaid Oil A. of Pan*.
rcholarahipa will lie notified
i courae b> the vartoui Bodl**
ABMBTRONO Mv.au Au.tn.
TAYLOR, Carl Algernon
MOORE. c..rl DaLMlw
ORA1IAM. V. re Richard
WKKH-VB Walwin Theopbllu-
AI.KINS. Eric FIw'k.
CLEMENTS. Winaton AlarUiur
HARRIS. Eric Harcourt
HcCOU.W. Cecil Athelstan
HENRY. Ballon Waanry
AM-EYNr. Wti.throp
WAIX'OTT. latter Anthonv
B1L\THWAITE. Colin Patrick
INCE. Cyril Maurice
BMA1 I i: 1
CONNELU WalUr Arleigh
ARCHER Bentley Camatron
OI11SON. Jeffrey Elder
BROWNE. CHve Vernon
BYHOE. Carlo Dennia
BE8T, Albeit I.'., d BKnuirk
nFST. Richard Ailhonv
CI'MBERDATCH WIK-ed Hugh
HEin. Vernon ONeale
ARCHER, Alwyn Addlaon
Ciiiciiliiin Niilianal Sleamships
JMHS
M.
Ill 1HOS
*> CO.
A.r.... r.v.A.
I \li-l:-.l\. LbllDH Ol (.oiid
CUs Property and Land
Alwan Arallibl.
FOR SALE
- I III'..-i si.
CANADIAN CHA1.IJ.NOER
LADY KFJ.SriN
CANADIAN CRUISER
CANADIAN CONrnTtVCTOB
I^DY RODNEY
CANADIAN i IIAIJ^NCER
LADY NELSON
.Hi: I HIM.I Mi
. ADY RODNEY
'ANAUI.W
LADY NELSON
CANADIAN CRUISEn
CANADIAN CONSTHUCTOK
l-\DY RODNEY
CANADIAN CHALLENGER
LADY NFI-VN
all. trait* ..ii. avert* ea Ballr
Ha Ufa a Beaten Beeb.ga. Baahad..
3 July 8 Aug 4 A V 1* A.
1 Aug 4 Aug a Aug IS Aug
18 Aug. IS Aug M Aug 3d Am.
--i A M 1 Bopt. IT Sept. 4 Sea. IB Sept
I' gaga] B Sep. asapt.
U BhBH IlS.pt MBept 33 Sept
*I SVpt IS Sept 37Bepl. mi. Ofi.
Ar.l-e. Ball. Arrive* Arrival Am...
Bar bad o. ii-.;..... Beaton BalBai M-nlr,.!
: Aue a Aug. IV Aug. 30 Aug. 83 Aug
Jl Aug 30 Aug M Aug. M Sept 8 sept
M ABg 30 Aug a Sept it Sept
'.. S-'vl 10 Sept so Sept 13 Sept
ii s.m i a sept 3* Sept a oct
SOSerpt. a oct. 11 Oct. 18 OfL if on
B . t a Oct 11 Oet. 84 Oct
IB Or' It Oct. 80 Oct. 31 Oct No.
1 fartbrr partlialar*. apalr to
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.,
LTD.Agent*.
CHANCERY SALE
BAIU1ADO*.
The undermwtinned property will be aet up tor aali
Public Building-. Bridgetown, between 13 noon and 3
lhe dale rpeclflcd below. If riot the-n an Id. It will be
Frld.iy al the aame place and during the unu hour* i
-ippln-
ntU aold. Full
".M-'MI K.\V1 KL KLNC PlamtiH
V. A. W. FERGl'S Trintdad T*it.'ieeo cxpcri. sp
n all kinds uf Tt-i
I MM-oration* at Iho (hcapc*it cost
Trinidad or Italian Chips.
Phone* 4*.76 or 0198 opposit,. Dun-
bury Court Venlnor L-nil, Ch.
Ch. 1.
3.8.52 2n
NATHANIEL, PIICRIM-Defendant
H .; i i | | ,1 -ri i" ALL iiiai ,.i...., p.e .. .nKGod'i Gap off Black Hock In the pariah of Saint Michael aid
lain nd aforeuid containing by admen .moment one rood twenty
aeven perchea or tbaraabauta AbultinaT on land* of L Curnminga
on landa of one Arthur, dec a aaa d, on land* of on* Corbin on land*
of L Cadogan and on a P.ihln- Road or however alee tha aame may
Bbtll and bound and SECONDLY ALL THAT certain place or parcel
of land aituate at llright.m Road in lhe parish of Saint Mlcbaal
and laland of Barbadoa aforaaald containing by admeasurement
twant,-, and four Rlth* perchaa or thereabouU Abutting and hour "
on lamia of W H Leach on laud' of Blanch Oiliana on Ian
belt on landa of Martha Bawen and on a Public Road
else lhe lame may abut and bound Together with
or dwelllnghouae nnd all and singular other the buildings
lion* thereon
I'PSET PRICE: a*IJO0. 0. A
""' " *..... " *"""' '*" W1IJJAM,.
Ra-gl.i.ar-Ui-Chaiicerr
July. IBM
.11 7 A-4n
M Agrk-ultural Fork, made of
u.l and the right pattern -.1
I 30 The Auto Tyre Co uppoaite
l" Cathedral. Spry Bteeet
81T.8-n
S'TEBNATKINAL
..t Own
.qiurle. Yacht Club

I island
"iy In
REAL ESTAIE
I have been iiwtructcd to
reduce lhe prue of the |ol-
lowins properties:
Thf- property known as
Colleen on Umi sea al Wor-
thinrs. atandiiiK on Its own
Land nnd ha three tygd-
rooms etc., mill U t proacnt
vacant.
One Stone Bunaaluw t
Bluck Rock near Carlton
with RKivanizp roof and p nt)
floor and has three btd-
roomr. tii
One small prOMl*tY at
Dulkfith. price $2.840 00
One sriiall property at
the Gurdeii I,.infV. price
Sl.filKKlit
One small pmperty at
id Turning, price
92 200.00
One h.ni-,. I
BUeh Roth Prlco saoo.oo,
part tan be paid on lari-rns
and the balance monthly.
D'ARCY A SCOTT.
Aucliouetrr & Heal Estate
rVggetat
I INIafEfiT' We have In Mack "Alntiw
-..leu i..-v product for treat
. hpraina. MuacuUr Btraina. WimU'ill-
etc In Hor*ee bimI Cattle Price
*a bat KNIOHTH LTD.
i 8 S3- Jn
TINS
,,.i. II.-
Apply:
lew empty I gallon Oil
t keioaan* oil. etc ftl 0t
"muleay Oarage
i.a m *"
l"ANO One German Plann l'iwse**lni
I- landing tone. Durable in ranstrucllon
it .! eerfullv given Cecil Jrmmott. 4J Tudni
reel. Phone 4803. 3 B M-tn
.... about __
i.hie I.i Kltcbarn Garden
The hnuae .OWlalaia draWkig afat dH
n.g tooms. Three bedroom
nosing ronrm Kitchen rtr EVectrlCIl'
..., and Oovemmenl WBlOl
Mailed
It-abaction ON uppilcatlo.
' 'rtie -hove proper*, will be set up lor
.le by Public CompellllO" Jt OWOfOM
j..,,*a htnret MiidgeU.-.. on THURR-
11AV Itlh Auguat M_f.f*.
And nil person, .ire *-
li.nglng the aald ii.ar*.
Hale-1 this let Jn ol August. IPS-
(.ril I kATFOIlIl A CO
Alt...... .IANDAMD OH -
A.STIUJtl. B A S
and KBBO aTANDABD OIL, IA |\
PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
AUCTION
UNDEK THE DIAMOND
IIAMMEK
Ivwd i
> the
rvy I will Mil
ITS. Foil Royal Gafaga ...
tth August at 8 p in
allglilly daiuagi-d in '
caah IFArci A Scon
TABLE COVERS
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
!-(
il'* recomiiirndatioasa of Llotd. Agen'a
* wfh sell .... TUaTaHaAY the Ml. August
Mir htkrl 17 High Sirael
i i aajta H.t- m BttM n U
I ( .... SV...I*. 1- T... I'.k,..
.dw. It Valor Chimnr.-
,.-in> 843 Cnrtotia One-O-One. tti pkg-
QeHMH-B Rockley Come and MJfaW ya.ker o*u, 8 Biereakse, II >da Ure-a
5tai Cm sbis-ik Ti..i.,(,,i .. BiaiTiTa. .d. Twego
\9 Boxm ChocataVr*. I Coal Btove 3 new
M.-f-BCBIBlH nan. to tha B-HI, \ ,ni .,,,,.. t W C Fan. Tie..
'rlagiaBh England** landing Dallv New- ,. im, .1|M, Rinso. A l.aaie-1 H.ii.l-
-r-er new arriving In Barbadoa lav A ii
f*w days after publication In I pujai 12 A* <>\|ock a^aTaV
Tel. Ill*
(HIGH1 n ITU
ivt In stock D.-ni
positive rallal lion
id* Pile. *130 not
i a yi m
HKANKEE TBOTMAN A
AucUoneers
00
VENETIAN Bl IM'*- Made
It mediate delivery
TARTAN Metal Comaainy c o
Write.
BarlMil.
8 S3 ...
ind (Jel.U watih
i CM P. 1 A llalnles. Rteel 19 *, IT
THE AhYANll 1TOBE
VfATlHES Ju.t received Ih* special
ii wen long waiting lag

he Ad%
31-
|B
TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH
ri.Uov... imprui
Department is now c
ner friends
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
BALE* IM Al l.l -i
ll'ESDAY l-TIt Capt. la. F Nou
satle Aahburj, ". " Oeorgr
THtlHsnAY MTII Hiile ol the i
Hev. S A. Eaterbrook luinini
"Aktiandiian Court*, While Park
T1TSDAY UFTH Mm. HaroldI Cu_
mlns' Bale. Chelholmc Chaggew
.Hl'i(DAY 3BTH Mr. WrM H Mil
Clovallv". BUI Avenue. Belleville
T^IUetBaPAY aaTTll Mr 1-d.a M Mill
Sale "llvthe Maxwell. Ckrl.
i mirth
RKANKER. TEOTMAN St CO.
AacUtMieeri
J i ii ii
_**>> >-f MUHMHUM
ROCKLEY QOIsf ANNUAL FIELD DAI
SaUHLaY. Aug. 10th. at 2 p.m.
.'ion of - -
I'rlu-B. i ..iiiiirtiii-.h- and
RclrrghmenU
Menibera and thffir Guetts
invited
J.8.62Si
IBM{ ami FVBTHBB
TAKE NOTKL U...I fie swid Gullhertne f
Anaelmn DeffUva ha- the sole right B>
.1 ,;.
I the .d emp-n- ui.dae and by
irtue ol Ihr deed ol dissolution
. indebted to the said
tnpanv Bra herany r.quired to aattlr
..... ...... .1 Hi-
Sid ..ddras* Marhlll Street.
r
i a sa3n
Blemishes
he rmooch beauty of a
lovely skin. Fragrant, snWhlBgj
and of a copaoua crceruv lather, the deep
danwa ilssraatug of rnildly mrdkaeed
i ad. in. Soap wul safeguard your oat oral
lovetioea*, lint a tablet loday.
(uticura
' SOAP
I.HBN in F.ARN
Tlioua-i la l 1 BC Hludenta
BrrUah Emplra
have increased their aaUrles
thr.>..gii >tud*rtiifl our eak/ postal
. liiKiK-hEFPlNli. JrlE-C-
I^TAHYSHI]1. 11l*.i.NESH (>r-
t .ANKEATtON CClMMRRCl \ 1.
LAW. ECONOMICS, etc. Rci'-ed
fee* to overseas HBtHnM DrpUs-
rnu awarded. Proap..ti.a hoe
IONIIUS -. into I OF
COBniBBi*B
iDept B A .M Ml High Hoi. ji i
l..ndon. W C I England
FOR SALE
all i-i
Lovely t....
."g nut.
CoBrtst and coaat iin
In cupboards. Oara
"* '.....
H.M ol
with ,
with.it rurnlliirt
IVANTON
, Lovely stone Bungalow ,,
at Graeme Hall, on app Jpui
so. feel of land with magnlf
prlaed of Three Bedroom* wi|
Jdjolning toilet and bath. Ilirll
can be u.ed as brrwklast room .
cni^lren Nuraviy. Kitchen, Sep.
61 nd tath with hot ,u
cold water. Verandah
Bg .Ih .....J |'l> t
o.rt buildings lie Setvanl. Hooi
HI NGAl.OB
Tl..
1
The followitiK horses
landed Barbados: Silver
Trail J:77j; True Foot
650; Sailor Bear 600
l*u n dv I.iRht 600;
Water Bird 500.
Apply
O. P BENNETT.
Royal Hotel,
Hastirie.tr.
2.8.52.6n. '
i din

staira:
sndah
toilet.
led bath, nnd spacaoua
Kaat Down-
>m wllh h.ih
and quite
for whatever you
..^......- .-.iiiiilr nt Pockley New
Road with a magniilcent view of
Use Golf Course
CHI BCH1LL
.M M.i.weir- Coa.t Mr.i II.....
bedrooms, drawing ami
room, modem kitchen, tnllel and
bam Good residential area.
tacellcni h bath in -' Ml
t oi i rntNi. i oi i ti i
l ow i, private
.irtaed <>
Iroome. separata draw-
on two sides Stud'"
ath and toilet la mam
general
it>ie b.ith with hot and
ler. Modern up-to-date
appoint-
DO YOU REALISE THE NEED FOR MORE
QUALIFICATION?
or ARK V4H INTKRKSTKD IN MAKING MORE MONEY?
IF SO. ENROL NOW FOR ONE OF THESE COVKBES.
Anhiteelural HiMmhi.
in iii.!n|i RuildiBg and
Irmlgn I ..ur*.e.
A.M.SE.. (Civil. Kler..
.n.l Merli..
Automubllr l'.-|i ,>rm hi .
Otajna.
Electrical In-.fUlUtton and
Wiring Counir.
GFbVrral Klertrtral Kngln-
efring f'otir-e
<-. i i r .1 Certificate of Ed-
Wr
full
i't
SanlUry InapeeMir CoBra
General AcricBlture
CtmrBe.
lusiir.inre IT.u tier
Savl cuina u s 11 i i>
I'.-1n.I.-iini Technology
Coarac.
-i I.....l Certificate Couiw. |
\. HII n Lull .
Civil Serviee Entrance |
COBi-*e.
Polle-
la not mentioned.
Caribbean Educational
Institute
P.O. Box. 307. P.O.8.,
Trinidad
Agent, for
BRITISH INSTITUTE Or ENO
TECH. A BRITISH TUTORIAL
INSTITUTE. LONDON
THERE IS NO TOMORRO V
POST COI'PON T<>
BOX 307. PCS.
PlaTaMB lend mc Free Book.
Name ..................
Address ...............
Subject of Career of
Internt
Age
P.O.
TODAY!
ga tier lei
Private
hedroon
REALTORS Limited
UAL aaTTATB AQBTrS
AUrTIONaOtBS
VALI-"EIU1
.........
For: V .
Convalescence after Illness:
TAKE
VINERGY TONIC WINE
THIS TONIC WINE contains sodium Glycerophos-
phate. Acid Glycerophos acid, and is ideally suited to
tone up tired nerves, enabling you to sleep well and
v.\ikc up feeling refreshed.
Remember it's a Tonic Wine
VINERGY
Obtainable at . .
BOOKERS (INS) DRUG STORES LTD.
Broad STRrFr and Hastings (ALPHA PHARMACY)

NOTICE
fllMI nolc (hat us from AUGUST 1st. lfS2, our
0481*1 Nfl MtV in Bridgetown will not be opened for
Business Mi Siiiithiy Morniiij.'**".
Kor Iriient Prescriptions Dial 828*
fUMMMMMMIM..........IMMMMIIMMM
LAND. TWEEJn-IIlh KOAOOn
main road *itl. i r rtejral ,^,
premise. ToUl are.. laVTM sq. n
UUSIM2-H BlULMUUtS-^DWEIJ--
i.vo Horsr. uiirPUCK stiiket
Oood aituatioo for retail shop In
tfiu buay gait of town. X8.M0O
SWEPTF1E1.U. St Peter An
estate t.pe heuse bunt of stone
Contatna large living roam with
French windowi keoding onto
covered verandah* with view of
sea 3 bedruonw. kitchen, tore-
room* and usual outbuilding'
garage and aervarrt*- ouarte..
Anproa I. ..ere* well laid out
ground* with right irf way on-r
bench
VILLA VTCtfUE. St VMftNT
rl'autlfull.v Mluaied housat built
tl local stone with anagnifaccnt
vien. ona> 1". miles fron I.
town. 100 tjrds Aqualkf Cl.rb
lit at ii witn tirellent niraatng
3-1 bedroorna. 2 b-t(ieaa. mrg.
lounge (SI IV verandah
aV x IE*i. nnd usual .ntbuiidinn-
COVE SPB1.NO HOL'SE. ST
JAMBS One of the few prop-
rrtle. on thl* popular fs*g*M v.itli
a complctrlv puvate and aetlilded
baUung beach Tlie grounds of
about m, acres are well wooded
and could readily be converted
Into one of the show place* ot
the Island The house it ot 2
storeys and possesses nollreabl*
II. GRAEME HALL TEKKAO
-Jte.ei.tiy built 8 slorav house
onatructed of stone with everite
roof. Large living room, gallerv.
S bedroorna. Kitchen, teundrw. 2
servant*' rams and gaugr
EM.OOD
StA rOKT ST JAMES Cate-
fully re-modelled 8 store. BthlM
on one of the moat altracUvn alias
Beautiful coral and sand baaioti
nad yBlm_ salg hathlng Titnin^
room, lounge varandats on both
floora. 8 liiliniaaai gsMaghgd ffuage,
and aervanti quarter*. All aer-
Vaoe*.
BsTW BUNGAl'OW, BtJCKLRV-
Commodtou* home with 8 bed
loom*, large living rm.ni. wide
veiandah with good vie*, kitchen.
panlry. servanla' quarter* and
slot.-rooms. Oood Nlualrusi i<*ar
Oolf Course Es.jgo
KEWTON LODOf:. MaXWEIX
COAST Saiklly .aisatrocted
stone house contalnrrf etsclosed
galleries, specials* drawing room
r.l dining room, and BnaHnit
It, S badraaeoa. 8 a-rasea etc..
LaMly occupied by V %. Consul
"xeeg
ISUlDrrr, IONTABBCJX -
Stor... bouse v. ill. **0f con-
ned annene adjoining. Ma in
.i.< contains Urge living and
.akia.t ioook. up.lalra bed-
uattal orBces, gitrage ai.l
wide vaawndah. living mom. -
roomy bedrooms and garage
Good investment propi-siUon.
Hi:sinir.*CE. THE garden'.
WOKTHkNi; Modem coral alone
bungalow on corner lite with
wide frontages Pleasant garden,
with flower bed*, lawn, eoraerete
ien->e. ai.d number of sealing
roc* Accommodation com-
pr.se* large living morn, covered
gallery, 3 bedrooms with built-in
wardrobe*, well fitted kit.h.n.
garage wil" covered g*g> lo house.
m rvanU* quarter* end all usual,
office*. All public utility eer-
vicaa. That prapcitv carries our
highest recoil, mm ida lion
IN CHANCERY A INCH MAR-
LOW. CHHL.T CIIL'HLH These
well constructed propetlie.
together llh approa. acres M
coaatland are open lo oBer* either
aa a whole or separately
I.VNCIIBUBV. ltEU.EV-I.LE
P^aaantly flluated 1 atom, house
v. .ih good gtokinda of ..liont
I'M" sq B 3 gallertet- large
drawing room, dining room, studi
rll fitted kitchen, a double bed-
. _____ __i usual office*.
Offer* required. under EJM0
.sldercd.
DEMEnsVDE. ST LAWRENCE
- Strongly bulli coral stone bun-
galow apacloua airy rooms and
galleries Accommodation oom-
ptiaas: separate drawinga and
dining rooms, g double bedroom..
......1 pantry, i ser-
vants' rooms, garage and fnn.-i-
Thl. property la allualed on the
Beat running beach at St Law-
rence, is within sag. reach of
Town by bus or car, and in our
opinion would be very eullable
sy small gui.t
BEACH PROPUHTV 8T LAW-
KCNCE Well placed hotlee with
4 bedroiKi.s large living room an.i
gallerree Eacellent sandy beach
and good liathing FuU dsH.,1,
on application
WYNDOVEB, SL
This country home i
acre* conUlnlng productive vege-
large orchard ha* lurn eoinptateK
i lrrii-sed by Iho pr.....I oW'iei
There .re B wide ve-rastdah..
rimwlng and dining rooms, 1 dou-
ble bedrooms with waihbaslm.
modem kitchen, laundry. Bar-
vrnta- rooms and garage A prop
ci* ol distinction
WINDY WILLUWS niOSPBCT.
St JAMES Soundly eon.trutt
m atone bungalow With spaclou-
living room. 1 large and 1 oedrooina. evcellenlly plarni
vsaranda* gtrectlv overlooking On-
sea. downsOirs kitchen, seevanu
room, and ilorrrimn. Offers In-
Mnrit>i BUNoat
l.BAEME HALL TEIIBACE
oieelv slluatad stone fajlll
n lomer >r*e Thi
ind border a uf flo
-sr
RENTALS
WfaBZLEY. MAXWELL
COAST Unfurnished Hoflse
with 4 bedrooms. Spacious recep-
tion rooms. Double garage and
i.i:l>l of way to bea.h
11. GBAEUE HAU. Tf-JtRACF
-Modern furnished house. Ah
>-i.,r-
WHtTEH/a.f FIATS Claolce
id 4 unfurr. i-heit. ic If-contained
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEEE8
nril liiv St-RVEYOES
Phone 1610
ri^nUltona Building


Sl'.ND.-W. U la 1ST 3, mi
Sl'NDAV ADVOCATE
i' Vt.i I II rcKN
NOTICE
PEASANTS LOAN HANK
THE PEASANTS' LO AN BANK ACT lWi.
To the Creditors hotting liens again*, t the Peatant Holdings
TAKR NOTICE thai the peasant owners mentioned m the First Column of the Table
hereto annexed are about to obtain under the provisions of the above Act the
sum if money respectively set out in the .Second Column of the Table opi-osile the
names of such peasant owners by way of loan against the peasant holdings respective! v
mentioned and described in the Third Column of that Table opposite such names
D. A. HAYNES.
Manager. Peasants' Loan Bank
Dated this 31st day of July, 1952
APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS. PEASANTS LOAN BANK
NAMES
St. Michul
Bivombe, LayinU u ..
T'\ brathwaite. Junes Dec. per
Bralhwaite, Albertha
Clarke. Ada ......
Dunnah. Charles A. (1)
Eat wick. BwUaraln R.
Ilarewood, George
Hood. Geraldiae St.C.....
Layne, Clementina
NUM. Cflon (S)
Phillips, Evao......
Phillij.* Oacar A.....
Rose. Edwin N.......
Thompaon. Josephus 4.
HoraUo .....
si Jaaaaa
Adam!-, Ethel and Owen
Beckle; Albetuu
Holder. Abraham
llowell, Miriam and Clement ..
Roach. St. Clair......
Robinson, Ruth et alia .
Thongf, Ceraldine
TyreU, Clara
Wn-khim, Fii7 Gerald
St. Peur
llowvn. Rupert Leon
St. John, Kenneth ami
Ura'thwaite. U. C.....
Turrin, Eleanor.....
St. Lucy
Aaard. Jacqueline St. E.
Austin, Lionel A. (4) .
Buwen. Handel C
G reave*, James Conrad
Johnson, Burton......
Johnson, Richard
Marvllle. James E.....
Roach, Giocon A. (5) ..
Sobers. Ivan C......
Yearwood. Hugh M.....
St Andrew
Allcyne. Hubert......
Rovell. James H.
CoUle, Albert......
Dottin. Frederick G v
Hollow/ay. Norman
Mullen. I^urence
Prcscod. MaUUa ..
Sobers. Leonard......
Springer. Joseph N.
Toney, Joseph E. ..
Ward. Richard F.....
St. Joseph
Best. Rupert A.......
Bryan, Bonny Eyre ()
St John
Clarke, Woodroollu St.C.
Nurse. Mary Glad}'*
Shorey, Sarah Anne (7)
St Philip
Alleyne, Clarence H.
Alleyne. George William
Alleyne St.Clalr
Brathwaite. Douglas and Layne,
Mabel......
Brathwaite, Louise D.
Browne, Gertrude
Clarke. Mar Donald
Forde. Leolta B ..
Gittens. Joseph B.
Greenldge. Allan H. .
Greenldge, Eva W. (8)
Holder, Mm....
Hunle, James T.
Jones Oneal St.C.
Eat. Larrler, Richard Dec. wi
Larrier,Richard f.
Larrler, Thomas C.
Mapp, Joseph DaCasta .. .
Marshall, John W.
Mascoll, Ewart G.
Mason, Joseph St.C.
McCarthy. William H.
Weekes, Wilhelmlna
Christ Church
Bradshaw, Charles C. ,.
Crlrhlow, Viola
Graham, Samuel .
Kins. Cecil
King. Mary E. et all.. ..
Laync, James E.....
Moore, King Herman
Nurse, Samuel A. (9) ..
Nurse. St. Clair .
Pollard. Joseph
Powlrit. Robert James (10)
Tull, Arthur F, and Constance
3t Oeorge
CaUeoder. Ethelbert
Lucas, Nod Leon
NeblMt. AUrsd
Walthe, Violet and Deane,
Archibald
Wharton, Meta I.
St. Thorn*'
Brathwaite. John per
Brathwaite. Eustace .,
Carrington. Ruth
Drtwalf Mary
Edey. Elijah (II)
Grixn. Ruth
Odle. Kenrlck R (11)
Payne. Joseph A.
Stuart, Bias
Thompson, Leonora
Yearwood. Frederick A.
Amount
krantad
I C
?6.00
100.00
42 00
20 00
75.00
JO. 00
120.00
27.00
SB.00
D.00
27.00
38.00
35.00
40.00
3M.90
36.00
30 00
30.00
50.00
100.00
M 00
85.00
50.00
378.00
50.00
108.00
10.00
150.00
70.00
380.08
50.00
144.00
260.00
225 00
36 00
120.00
38 00
100.00
108.00
5O.00
71.00
60.00
216.00
10 80
108.00
M.OO
28.00
36 00
76.08
3800
150.00
,8:8
MOO
50.00
20.00
ll
0 00
II
100.00
1180
100
875.00
40.00
0.00
10.00
20.00
50.60
38.00
38.00
12.00
75.00
. Locality
Hdgg-ti Hall
Jackmari"
Haggatt Hall
Wavell Avenue
Fairlield
Hacsatt Hall
Lodse Hill"
Haggatt Hall
Westmoreland
Garden
Deane's Villa m-
Westmorcland
Curiosity Village
Prospect
rden and Ml. Standfast
Sea View
Newaleat.
Ashlon Hall
Pie Corner
Pie Corner
Harrisons and Checker Hall
Sea View
Tru Risk
Pie Curner
Checker Hall and Barrows
Nr. Lowland
Checker Hall
Rarrisoni
Mount All
Friendship and Cans Garden
Mount All
St Simons
Mount AU
Bcllcplain*
Mount All
Relleplaine
Whltehill
Nr The Spa
St. Sylvan*
rr 'Aft
Nr. Bayleys
Stioud I. iiid
Endeavour and EaMbourne
Penny Hole
Stroud Land
Marchlicld and Klrtons
March field
Diamond Valley
Belair and Ruhy
Marchfleld
Airy Hill
Nr. The Homo
Eastbourne
Stone Hall
Kirtons
Nr. St. Martin*
BayfleM
Nr. Long Bav
Nr. Union Hall
Nr. Mt. Pleasant
Bay lay.%
Kirtons
BartletU
Maxwell Hilt
BartletU
Edey* Village
Industry Hall
Kntrrjir; .'
Pegwell
Bournes
Nr Hope well
Walls Tenantry
Maxwell Hill
Charnocks
Munroe Village
HagRutt Hall
Dash Valley
Sliorpe Cot
!unroe VIII ago
Welchman Hall
Carrington's Village
Christie's Village
Spring Farm
Rock Hall
Briditefldd and Jacju
Welchman Hnll
Arthur Seat
Arthur Seat
Hlllaby
1 2
1 0
i a
8,865 00
5 .2 ii.
2 nl,
1 w
2 1?
1 1 (15
X 1 INI
> M
J hi;
H t III
t 0 IS
I 1 14
4 3 in
1 1 1 ml
1 X 1 00
1 (1 10
4 > mi
4 M
2 H
0 00
> 1 -.'.-,
A 0 :r,
2 in
1 a
> Ull
X 0 H
1 2 n;
X m
1 00
i i 2 0 1
X X 14
1 02
X X n
2 00
1 0 ii
1 1 00
1 X M
0 X JJ
X INI
I mi
X 20
X
1 0 02
X llll
I II
X II 03
X 00
2 0 III,
4 X (III
4 0 '1.1
1 1 02
III X (in
1 0 III
1 X 1 to Ti
1 0 04
X 07
1 0 37
1 X
X
X 00
ft I 00
I 00
1 X 1 oo (III
1 2 1 211 3'.
St. Andrew
Best. Burton
Forde. Darnell A
Walkas. Oliver
St. Jotepta
.jr.-...ter, Eustace McD.
lit Helena
Straker. Winston
St Fhillp
Rrathwaifr, Arnold
EM Hrj'.lu^iiit.-. Ri, ruird H. De-
per Brathwaite. Joseph. En
144 00
n oo
SO.00
100. 00
58.00
71 00
8UPPLBMKHTAEY LIST Or APPLICATIONS FOE LOANS PEASANT8 LOAN BANK
lull. Samuel SeirTert
McClean. Lincoln
?-'. Moore, Joseph N Dec pi
Moore. Reginald DaC
Sargeant, Laurie P.
St. Janss
Austin, George Beinetd
Johnson, Matthew (13)
Small. Winston Ellison
It Patar
Clarke. Adolphus
NlcholU. Oswald A
8t Lucy
Alleyne, Ada Letltia
Archer, Salbarn
Green. Kenneth and Isabel
Griffith. Alphonso W. ..
Johnson. Vera and Frederick
O'Neal. Arnold Edwin
2S gZBfSSBS**
CoHymore. Ae*.. ..-
Amount
MM
xo.oo
30.00
OS 00
71.00
34 oa
if
00 00
00.00
x.oo
100.40
MM
Locality
Hajgatt Hall
liajgall Hall and Burneys
Haggatt Jlall
8 grant's Villa**,
older s Hill
Ntrholl's Vlllao-
Athlon Hall
Ttl: tjl in
tesr
Harrt>n.
ftrtreat
| Rock Hall Villajr
;Thr Rlik
I I
? 11(1
I II
X 15
1 I
} >:
1 I |
1 1 0 1 1
J M
1 1 (Id
1 1 II
1 1 at
1 1 m
and chrlatopher 120 00
Clarke. Daphne E. et alia Coppm. Nella Alleyne .. Moaeley. Georfe Alorua Jor .. 40.00
170.00
110.00
Pilgrim. Trie lonie M 00
OUnat Ckrcli
Bi.pham. Samuel 100.00
Cook. R H.;(.nr...... 54.00
Snmll. John 72 SO
Trounan, Israel 0 00
St Oeori,
22.00
(lodd.n. Adelaide K..... 7ft.M
St. Thora.v.
Uwarda, BarUen 45.00
lieuilli'v. AU'x.-inriir 4.00
i Joseph N eo.oo
Mayen. James A. 150 00
Medici d. IIBOn ,. 150.00
Waami. (>p*ai Au(uui 78.00
Mile.. Fill Albert 75.00
UieaUty
Moimt'A!
Cane Garden
Shuffler. ViUa(e
Chunbotaau
Walker-
Hailing!..i
Brereton
Fi.jr Ro~ <
CoOaje Va!r
Bent ham
Chancery U.n
Charnock,
Daah Valley
Greens
Caninslon Village
Farmer.
Hlllaby
Wclchm.in Hall
Welchman Hall
Welchman Hall
t 0 00
1 0 44
3 It
00
(HI
00
Government notices
Alter
(AmendmentI Unler. IMt N i I in th.
inTUial Oaisatb
2. Under this Order the maximum retail aellin. I
net Red Cedar No. 1 and 2 Ol lun'.ablc D.
pre a* lollow.;
M
311
20
34
34
00
22
APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS PEASANTS LOAN BANK "B"
A|.;uii..:
NA4KF.S iMHlIti A H. p. 1 3 39 sjMBsal ,,,(! 20 00 ajrarrtect
St. F.r Clarke. Adolphus ,. Ashlon Hall J c. 72.00
St. Lncy
Archer, Salbarn Babbs 1 0 31 300 00 04 00
St Aneraw
Sli.kei. Winston Walker. 2 0 00 540 00 144 00
1 0 00 270.00
SI. Plnlip
Hayncn, Clarence l^npold Ilayfield 2 00 .'.in i-
St. Oeorge
Neblett. Alfred...... Daah Valley 1 2 IS 1X8.00 200 00
1.7X5.00
APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS PEASANTS LOAN BANK. "C"
NAMES Locality A R P. Amount ranted 130.00 300 0(1 Amount previously granted
t Mldiael Burroucs St. '.I-:. Maughan William 11 Lulher Deacons Road Paynes Bay I 1 00 2 01 -
450.00
APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS PEAiANTB LOAM BANK "D"
Locality
It Mlcliaat
Arthur. Thornat
1(111. Samuel MffTt
MeClean, Lincoln
Eit. Moore, Jovph N. Dec. per
Moore. R. A. DaC-
SiiiUh. Lilian
Stuart. Dorothv ft Kiutor:i
St J.I 111 CH
Pariay, Mtnlhy A.
Miller, Alfred und (
Licorlsh, Florence ,
Rcevps, Dudley .
Snull. WiiiMon Ellison .
Bt PeUr
NlcaoJU. Oswald A
Turptn Eleanor
| St. Lucy
Allrynf. Ads U-tit;i
Corbln. Marion
Green. Kenneth A Isabel
Johnson. Vera Bi Frederick
Marvllle. James E.
O'Neale. Arnold E.
Sobers, Ivan C......
Sobers. St. Clair McD.
Bt. Andrew
Bovell. James H......
Forde. Darnell A.
Foster. F-smond E.
J0BM, Cyril
Lewis, James A.....
Walkes, OUver.....
Ward. Richard.....
St. John
Codrington. Edith A..
Nurat, Mary (lladyt
St. Philip
Alleyne. ClaremM II
Alleyne, Melvln W
Alleyne. St. Clair
Brathwaite. Arnold
Est Brathwaite. Richard Der
per Brathwaite. Josepti. Ern
and Christopher
Clarke. Daphne et alia
Forde. Leolta B.....
Holder, Milton.....
Mascoll. Ewart G,
Maaon. Joseph Si C. ..
file f,.-, .:i.r ,
Pilgrim. Irle Ionic
Ohrl*t On arch
radshaw, Charles C
I^yne. G. Kathiean
Moore. King Herman
Pollard. Joseph
Small. Cation C,
Small, John
Trotman, tsrael
Wiltshire, St. Clair
Cave Hill
HaiKuM Hall
llagsatt Hall
1'iir r.i' and
HwKKntl noil
Hi.jm-.-i Hnll
liickni;.!.-
We-il..,,
Curiosity Villae
Wisjasnft VUlaRr
The Whim
Ash ton Hall
Archer*
Checker Hall
Oabbs
Batraai
Checker Hall and
Barrows
Rock Hall Villsge
CMclter Hall
Harrlxoru
Hlllaby
Mount All
Triopath
Mount All
Mount All
Cane Garden
Wnltchill
Stewart! Hill
Scaly Hall
Nr. Bayleys
EasUourne
Endeavour and
Eaalbournc
Duncanf
Harlington
Brereton
Dtamond Valle>
Mr. The Horn.
Nr. Union Hall
Nr. Mt Plea-am
Marchfleld
Itcntham
BartletU
Charnock
Pegwell
Walls Tenantry
Nr. Eallnit Grove
Char nock .
Silver Hill
Sergeant's VilUge
8*e
loddiM
floddlM. Adalaide K.
st Ttaaauw
Hnir... Wilhelmlna
Coll.ru. Cyril M. .
I'hmael. Joaepli
Gre
Shop Hill ft Grand
View
!:.- Hall
( hi. -i- VlUage
Carrineiun Viliare
IllllnliV
I 0 01
I 0 X*


0(1
IX)
20

no
> m
1 xo
1 I J4
2J0 0d
0 on
100 00
240 no
oo oo
0 00
1X0 OH
ISO.DO
SO.00
OO 00
xo oo
120 00
SOaOn
SO 00
70 00
110 00
100 00
TS 00
100 oo
xo.oo
40 00
00 00
TS.I
00 I
7.000 N
7X 00
IX on
X
OS.00
?B.00
1X0.oo
00.00
XS 00
10 00
4-i .hi
SO. 00
XO.OO
10.00
7X 00
M.oo
XO.OO
ISO oo
71 on
00.00
M.oo
70 00
00.00
40.00
4S.0O
60 00
IHAND TOTAL
No. I already had t It
COLUMN ONF
Red Cedar
No 1 grade
Red Cedar
No. 2 grade
MrrekamatOe Dangles Fir
(Basle Siresl
MM TWO
(not more trimi,
$37.50 pei J> bga
containing 1.000
$30.00 per 5 bundle*
containing 1.000
$312 00 per 1.000 beard fee*
?id Augtisl. 1932
The attention ol the yubli. "' '" Betulallan 10 0(
He HWor Vehicles and Roa.l Traffic Hegulail'mi. 193X, which provides
;. i follows:--
"Every driver of I DMOal vehicle shall comply *llh the
following Rules:
(II) He BjMll n.U K> Uw mau>' **" '
l,. or oil,-, ,., I .He ul K'ving audible and OSatt-
i-ienl wiiiiiii.,
No person shall UK lit* nor......,n" tnatrumsml ao
as to he a nuisance..........."' i"O0te, and DM
Director of Highway-, an.I Transport spoil liave power at
any time to prohibit in.' uw ol any su.li horn or instrument.
the use of which Ita II I npoao Is Uaj to be, a nuiaance
or cauae annoyance or danger lo the mineral public."
A number ol motor vein.:, !. li.-n fitted with sirens
.nid whistle... These m '. .i nuisance and cause annoy-
ance lo other people, and the n- ol rw* innlnnr.enti ishoraby
prohibited
30.7 S2Xn.
Vacant r~t of A-d.lant Fnsl.i
l-uhllc WatlU ISenarlment

.

. ...1 ..( AaalaUnl engineer. Public ttnk. rjrgatrUaaml
| Th. .n-l the salon ' Sc''
.1 11,020- 1.920 120- .'mi" NI ...... 'iniiini A COga-
nencing salary above the inn mdidalc
I.-, r. .I it hi. i-\iierii-ii.-.* gnd -1 ..il. ..Ilh.-
I. Appoinlmenl will l- 0O n- Dal..... ln F00B i" the Hrsl
instance.
4. The appoinlmenl will ba aabjocl U < "'"i"-'1 Keoi.l.u
Ihe local Civil Sen. and Instructions Pnasag-
ixpense. not exic-duig 11.440 will be payable oo It
ii a bail.- .alai " n"-'''!'""
... ..:. .iiihment (Uavc Pasi-
gos) Ordei, 1932
.V The dutlaa attaching lo the post are I" -i '-' '"< W work.
, I niainlenan.. :. n of buildings and wharf wall-
( the Department, th. - ttotlvt, nnar.cial and discip-
line!, .-..mi. i .,l in, daaaajlmenl "ll,n ,,u'"
ao the Colonial Engin.- '""'*
Candidates shoul- I I',>'"-" J Degree-
.-xcnipll.ig from s,-.i,..n A god B :. ilxer.hi|..
Kxamination of the Institution il l ml EofLM*n *"'" ""* "x|""
. ma in the construction and design nt buildings.
; lb, uic.sslul candidate WU I- ""l"1-"1 '' "Mao a moto.
i.n use m the pcil.iiiiii.nec ol his cli" callow-
. act will be paid in ....... lance ilh the provisions of thr Travelling.
- Ilowanee Regulation.
The successful canindiiie will lie rOOjUlrorJ l- pass a m.-.lic .
. xaminalion He may nl... be n ' "no fOM** "".""'
in the Colony at the (
I. Applici,ii..n- should l- subanlltor] t" lh'- Ciinnial .Secrlar>
Itibllr Building.. Bridget..w n I" rciuh him not later than list Augu.l.
19SI.
10 Certified cnpie. (nol orlginalsl "f levimoniol. dinuld I..-
it.iiiili.-.l
3 M!n
VAI ANI I'OKT III I Haunt II I'A I -Hlll.tMilhT, llir AgTMUNI
.>' THK (MIVKIINMFM- HA! rFIIKlltMlKT AMI PATUOI.OCIST .
Aliplu-ali.-ii. .......nlOd lot I ilogist.
:yepartiii.-nt -.1 tin OovorDJ....... I-.. n i :..:..i..-' latO LalltcJoiliBt.
2 The p I !J.2B0 r
J40-MI.240 .........in......IW il,.I Salary i. sul.j e.l in annua'
deduction of four per centum under Widows and Orphans I'enshni
A.I iinli-s.. whiill. ... p.-id..11. \, ii.(,| l.v .....baaaOJS ,il a Widow..
i ., iiii.ti.... I'.....i I....... .....m,M'
3. Passages up u> n ggOl......0 '.( $1,440 arc liakl on Oral up
ussUt.......i baam......ii..-' .....'"" '"' '"' **
IMfatol.....i god lam poaaogM are paid m aooardonoa w-iih SM Civil
labllalimcnl il...... > lS2.
4 Quarters are nut provided.
A. Candidates must hold graduate medical .l.-giees rrglstrabl.-
n Ihe United Kingdom and have a sound general knowledge Ol
..iboratory work with a bins lowardl ih.uihal pathology.
ft. Dulles of the Office are In assist Iho Govenuntinl Batten. I
1'ial and Pathologist with special relation l 'he Clinical Pllhologica!
.nil Meitlen-Legal wurk of Ihe Department
7. The Offlcci will serve under Ihe immediate supervision and
,, nlrol of the Government Bacteriologist and PathologUsI and undc-
irsg genvial .ii|i--iii.l,-..'l.ii,, ii .1 I.....linn of the Director af Medic'
Scrv.ce*.
I. Applicalicns should be addressed to the Colonial Saerataii
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\iigust. 1132 I07.SX.
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annum In add,'. :.- coal ol IHtataj iJlaWOIsri -'
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Widows and Orphans contributions at the rate of 4% of salary Ni.
.juarler, an |.r..vi.li i'.-i.,:,t. mpipggg '' olTker and family nol
nceedlng 11.440 .,..- pavyabl.......ir.t appointment. Leave poaaago
provided
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experience in pnwer asaetrtcal .-ngiiieci-nig sine. quaUfylng.
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inspection of all non-omrial Installations.
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PACK EIGHT
BAKU.UMJS ADVOCATE
THLRSIUV. JUNE 11 !M*
KEY TO Ml I .DIM. lOSI.I1t\S
Sedgm' I fain
Seeded t
di> FRED PI KJKY)
lndiuu Test Team To Be
Selected From Chosen 14
For
P r a
LONDON. J
the t*\ird year runnlnr,
i k Sedgman. Australia'-
.' to hssnt yat
it

Tennis Ctl
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km tllfl ilrHJ ..Hi-
Men's SIprI.
V. Seix:.- LONDON. June 18,
ndiaa team (or the Second Test beginning at
Lord** to-morrow will be chosen from the following lour-
I tsar*) Mnnkad. Phadkar. Umrigar. Mantn, Ghulam.
Ahmed. Adhikan. Kamchand. Manjrckar, Rov Shmde, Sen.
B. K. Gackwad and Sarwate.
ind will ^lso di
I already named until to-morrow morn-
t wicket la likely to varsity attack to Uie tune of 23
lers at lenst ;:i equal runs, the highest score of the
it the start of the match
-.; roundsman, Austin Scoreboard
i* today's Surrey v- Cambridge Unlversl-
( Australia, *- 'he lurf would .,. Surrey 304 for a- Fletettei
111 be lamp when play <'33 cit rkp 137 not Out"
M. Hose (A'i'i.jlla), 9. A. lArwn bctan. "Ii may be a very sporty
, rs... -i-med.
II. II. Ri S.A.),
(U.S.A.).
. <-,>. fjrovc, Warwick-
arm fast-medium
" < .V. Uered the finest
1 when he took
..ickeU for 30 runs
In 18 1 iv.-is iii Ufba
... < Tiled fiom Ukiiul
.ill len i ii aught
Wood off Ho
(Might <>f today's county
qamc* was a brilliant perform-
1 s \
1
' T o d d
(U.S.A. I, to. a
B). 8 Mi J It.: k.'
(Oreal in.
Men's D. ibl- i
loy and Savitt, 3. Drobny and
i\ iiv. 4 Bam ii and Sttargsas.
uoui l< '
.. ,
! Mi
a, Warwickshire
eem gat fur the flrat ehampion-
!! vkiOl
i t for M. ai the close
if i lay Warwickshire had scored

liich owed ,i welcome
Ox font
Middle-
. Robert-
Oft 120, Ed rich 2.
Essex vs. LeicealersliireLciees-
.rshire 332 for ; Jackson 128
i
Northamptonshire vs Kent
Ktt 335 for 6.
ickahlr* vs. SussexSus-
.x 86"- Grove fl for 39;
Hire )'i (or ft.
hamshire vs. Glouce*-
torshtre NotlinRhant'hue IB'.
* 2.
------ : l .". \\i Bill | Irlch howed ii
iigainst
* m J ( ii He played

.1 ii>" i urnamenl IVYS AND DOH
LJ 5 ANLI UVF
' '"" I"' '' .. -..__.
1. Third Man; 2. Deep Fine Leg. 3. Long Lag; 4. Backward point; 6. Second Blip: G. Tint Blip: 7.
Bkert tine lag or leg slip; 8. Square Leg; 0. Umpires at cither end; Hi Onlly; 11. Wicket Keeper; 12.
Cover point; IS. Bhort extra cover; 14 Billy mid-off; 16. Forward short leg or silly mid on. 10. Extra
cover; 17. Bowler; IB. Mid off; 10. Mid-on. 20. Mid wicket; 21. Long-off; 22. Long on.
KNOW YOUR CRICKET
LAWS 1 & 2
By O. & COPPIX
touch D

[hips. Savitt. the pres-nit wtm-
bloton Champion has been
stropped to number row. I
thought he might be listed above
Seixas even though Scixai is
number one in thr USA. Othrj-
wisc I can find no fault with thai
dUguj list.
Where do I look for Hm 0-
Knlish Common [ U, quo.. Kg, ^g?*!,
C^on,l Rait K.,r. m Mcnll.ll, McnrnTo' or Punn?
Rinllsh In that Ihcy have'develop- A, ,Qr ,,. vonm ,.,
Te t^iw^l^^niS!^ S *& -i! ?k? 11 f"? " U inlormath-e U becaurf nUn of tht-
L?v8Tcrlrkei P ^^ 8 VL^H T S it 1U of the circumstances which Wimbledon and French ti-'e
t^uLSSt^ ..mil., ^ir in Y hoPc- *l '* w" P'ove to he forced each chan.e In the Law. Who do 1 think will *
I BltrmpUd i. similai work in of some benefit to young pUyers of Cricket into being, often reveul- my opinion Miss ll.ni
^-CM*e Z ^T k,^. *a? tho1m*M ' "PWtntors alike ing :ttor> both umxpected and V..,ngh.
:md *i> flattering has been the who yell ror ihe b!ood of the niter!nining
i-efionse from readers of this Umpire or Referee if n decision -------------------------
Column th.it I have been tempted u-ith which ihey are not in igm Toe M C.C.. ix^ik has been
lo m.ikc a like etfurt without much ment, or of which they have no produced for Ihe M.C.C.. In the
lurther encuiirauemeut. knowledge, is made. hope t h ,i t it will encourage
I agree with the argument that cricketers of all ares to make a
Acknowledgments .-loser study of the Laws I must But of all acknuwlrdre gan.e. It is expn-ltd that it wilt
my Indebtedness to a miir\ell entitled "The Laws of ment In the standard of Umpiring nas KjVeii us -i ^ Cricket". "Their History Anil iwrticularly at schools regaining toinn.i .. Col I Cup
Growth" by Colonel R. S. Rail I am hoping that these articles from the French. Talma II will
The Laws of chekef an setting out the laws will fulfil a have pacacnaker In Damaka
I DONTS
FOR CAREFUL
DRIVERS
Do dip your headlights
for Ills benefit of (incoming
or cyclists: it is
safer and it is good manners.
Don't overtake jii'l (Of
the teramra vs. Yorkshire
i wtuaaUi aos tot a.
Lancashire v.-. Otamonran
Lancashire 70 for 8.
Derbyshire vs. SomersetSom-
rset 247 for 9
1953 Derby
Date Changed
ASCOT. June IS
The date of the 1953 Epsom
11: i:iRed to Saturday
instead of Wednesday,
Uerby
Tuna :
The change was made because
of tho corn^tion of Queen Eli?-.-
i-*h which will be held Tuesday,
Jons I.
Coronation offlclalr asked the
Jockey Club to shift the dat*.

lilt; CAWVAS
Stencilled and Plain
III . WOOL
UK. < I THUS
hi;u IIOOKM
St il>.l It CANVAS
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Sired

TOM GODDARD MAKES
GOOD HIS PLEDGE
It la true of most outdoor games
that comparatively few of thoie
w*.o play or watch have a really
-b;ma knowledge of the Laws
ibgt govt in them.
Might Fsil
It Is aiao irua that many playorx Kerr,
and spectators who are critical of M.C.C., publication.
Queen At Her
First Ascot tfeei
the decision* of Umpires ai.d Cricket" by Neville Cardus.
Sfeter:-. might themselvojt fail Developed
imally to i'ass an examination "The I-ms of Crii
md "English similar purpose.And now for the and the only olhci
laws themselves
NO CHANGE FOR SOCCER
Rv PF-TI It III! TON"
It was ihe old story of' self
uiesorvaticn. While the F.rst and
Be CO* id Divhinn clubs continue
to have one vote apiece, corn-
ed with the four allotted to
44 Third Division sidei,
artB eonUnui to stagnate.
LONDON, June 10
The Annual Meeting of tli
Football League 10 London last ^
week can be written off as one in(
>i the blRgcst sporting failures soccer
i ...ii Every attempt to in-
treduce new blood, new life Into When soccer attendances drop
liic game was strictly vetoed ii Is always Ihe small .lubs which
The only proposal which re- u-cl the pti.cli Aral cf all The
eelved an affirmative vote was First and Second Division .....* JfS. *2 ?!*.
the one eoncernmg a provisional can in most cases afford to
new minimum price of admission, numb their nose* nt the lors of
Unless there is a tax concession few hundred cneclators. Hut
from tin- Chaiicellai .Hrit-sh off UtOM who ilVw tntn week to
:-*cer fans will In future have to ihiwh th rejection of tn
...iv g| least Is. 9d. for the some- pcsala to brighten the game are
times doubtful pleasure of seeing just so miny mOTS nOiM in tht
ii professional soccer match. coffin
Boolly, ii is difficult to see the ,,
logic of the league. Lost seasuiv ,.ou,lt
clubs In all parts of the country ""'T1'
t-xiicrii-iu-ed a fall in utlendoni-c *V""
Even Hie fact of refusing
10 oUow any games to be telc-
. bjod did not bring about an im-
urovemi nt This ban has, how-
LAW 1. suns
A match la plated between
two aides of Oavvn pU>*i.
each unlema otherwise aarced.
i i, aide ahall stlay tu.der a
i.nil'.i win. h-rore the lots
for Innli n. shall nomi ule iil-
l Ijycrs who mi) not iberr-
afler be changed without Ike
ettiweul 1.1 the opposing rap-
tain.
If a captain is riot available at much between them had
uny time, a deputy must act for jhns:tone lost his Irons.
him to deal promptly with points
arising from thb and other I-awn
Official notes by the M.C.C. on
the I-aws diinl
What should hardly be neces-
ry to point out but which
think is still
Instruction that
field more than ele
lengcr Is Granct IV. who comes
from Italy.
course last year Talma
II gr.vo Eastern Emperor three
pounds and a neck Uniting. I
thought Bastarn ftnparot
havu won tht day so tk*i 1*
llttk bstween tii
Talma II
this year v. h n
Mat De Cocagne over the full
Cup distance of two'miles and
loll. There would not have bee
GLOUCESTERSHIRE and alt
England w.ll welcome hack TOM
GODDARD to county cricket.
Goddard, a young 51. Is to plaj
for Gloucestershire against Sus-
sex nt Bristol
It will be Goddard's second
comeback. In 1922 he boA-led
fast for the county without suc-
i He Ivfl c;ioiicestcishire in
1926, spent a year with the MCC
! lord's, developed into a spin
er en iMged bv
unty in 1928.
Now quoted In inference books
as an "outstanding Ai^ti svoi
fureiKii chal- ,nj, off.btf.eax 'jowlcr," Goddard
W
which were
Wool
suggestion that players
the l
inaxlmui.1 tPSgtJOj "hit otaBlUjM :n
reflations could be pa
o-third* majority instead of
., been imposed for i
twelve months which i
further
: that
Hie thr.r-f|uii
"Vrtsmouth*
tars
IBfiSi
.
the F.A. Clip Final and the Hume ':,il
I.iternationals will be seen only Champions was also
ny those lu.-ky c-.ough to obtain
tickets.
Grni-Liusly. the League has
".reeiT to allow oo# match to be
broadcast every Bsturday after-
noon, bi't agei i then must bo
the veil i' ^^llleh will
i.0l permit the clubs tonccincl
to be ment ii .nod by ruttiu, until
ihey lire actually *oa tha aii'
In oaTtet, the Icacue has said to
rsjj eti I
Next *e.iscu if the fall-off in
..ttci'dance eoii'inuc
no inemtlves offered to S]
!.. it -iiouid not continue
').. b .! n. i hlbs w in iii'-'i1 i" '
fuiiv tha it i
player:
I \\\ . SIBSTITtlTES
A feHbaHtute shall be allow-
ed to Held or run between thr
wirkeU fr niiy player who
may. during the match, be In-
capacitated from him .. or
injury, rut not for any other
i.' 'Mm without the consent of
tl r oppotlig ( .ml.mi no sub-
stitute -lull be .illimiii to bat
r bowl. Consent an to the
person to art an substitute in
Ihe field ahall be obtained
'rii the oppoalng CapUln.
miv Indlnte poolllo-M In
which lh' substitute shsll no*,
field.
Lav. (ul
know Talma n to bs a gan-
'..ut much in (he
iv ol atccleration. N
the pacemaker will ensure a good
gallop and that will le necessary
- If Talma II is to wear down the
feguard is the others I do not rate it a top-
side should not r)ass held by any means and it if
more with hope than cm
that I take my chance with East-
M n Emperor

se lawful for
bowl ot ti iii i".on
bay
n nd the
grwd
r MCSa
Stayer to bat.
lough a Mil^tit, to ha- acted for
him previously, u should also he
!">riH' in mind that a substitute
only be claimed as a right
The
mi K
El thai
HI i i ptaysj srho becomes unlit
during the mat* i in .11 othsr
leg in iheir own ^ e opposing caploin must
lunges mutt 1
its million and quarter support- hands. Either changes must I* "'' hM <""-cnt
-rs "lake what we bava to oftif introduced by the dubs in com- '"." 'aw dor* Dotpeeventa sub-
rr go without." mand or else the Third Divisions ";"' '" kecpuig wicket as is
Attempt., t" rnlivea Interest by must be given equal voting "" erroneou-lv held In some local
naving a four-up and four-down power with Ihe First and Second quarter.. Another point that must
...omotirn and relegation system Divisions. Cnly when the "What beni. grod if the substitute
era greeted with an emphatic we have we hold" altitude of the **ho is acting n* runner is standing
i.n" Tottaaham, who rponsored top clubs has been broken d IS
'he propoanl. received only 14 can KngV'h fjoibill i
tout Olie third cf iho votes have the b ;.ry for their ptan to be brighter legislation.
i-ut Into operation. l-t<
01 the popping crease
i whan tha itrtkar is receiving the
i Iwll and the wicket is put down
the Striker is run out althouRh he
himself has never left the
They'll Do It Every Time -.>. liy Jimmy Hatlo
It TOOK TOUR rKXM?S /4MO^
$1* ASPiR\tf5FoR Fh?dNKJE7 TMaWR.'
TO COMPLETE OCavCS / 1UWK HEAVEri
So rVHAT? THE PHONC RrNSS.ANO
ITS THE 8I& MAH ON THE PHONE WTTH
THIS WAPPy CHATTER.
THE WEATHER
REPORT
YEHTERDAY
Rainfall from Codrlaglon 67
Total Rainfall for month to
d.'.tc; 2.1.7 ins.
Illghext Tempf-riture: B-' '. *F
Lowit Temperature: 7it.'. T
Wind Velocity U miles per
hour.
Baronwtor (0 in) 30.010,
(3 p.m.) aa.OBo
TO-DAY
BaariHo: 6.*.'. i in
fluaact: 0.10 p.m.
Moon Last Quarter. JttBS 11
LlghUng. 7 00 p.m
High Tide: LOG aai.. 2.43 p.m.
Low Tide; IJB m. U.0B p.m.
again. Tom Goddard, maestro of
pln. has defied it once. Will he
do so again?
Boxing Hmtle
BHITISH BOXING BOARD OF
CONTROL have been invited by
tht CuatoRH and Excise authori-
ties to '"forward certain particu-
lars to the Commissioners who are
collating evidence for Iho Chan-
cellor of the Exchequer to enable
him to study the position when
iders his proposal to in-
crease the sea!, of Entertainment
Tax."
No time is being lost by the
board. They are impressing the
of urgency on their
licence-holders. All promoters
ban baan aaked:
The number of tournament*
(hew promoted during March
1051-March, 1952.
Thm tnwbT o/ rotimamenii
durliff the abore period that r^-
tultrd In a toss.
The number of foumniricnts,
Ihey Intend to promote durinp
Hie neat uinti-r season.
Whether they i.iiend to ron-
... rimer promorino in Hie event of,
to Join the select company of the neut scale of Enfertotiinirnt !
HllODES. FREEMAN. PARKER Tax beina Imposed.
and J T. HEARNE. the only Preliminary inquiries show a
bowlers who have taken 3000 disquieting number of promoter*;
DMira. who will have to answer this last
H in- Once question in the negative.
So to-dny by telephone I asked Angling Magistrate
Goddard if ha wero likely to play BESIDES being Chief Metro-
in more than one game. poiltan Magistrtac, Sir LAUR-
'It all depends," he told me, ENCE DUNNE is a keen angler, 'g
"if I satisfy myself and it the Now he it the new president ol iS
eounty require mv help. If so. the British Costing Association. |S
1 moy play mora cricket this Sir Laurence is a member of
aaason.'' the Fly Fishers' Club, and was a
"Th.v never come hack," Is an regular competitor In the Casting
adage that sport proves time and Association's tournaments.
retired from first-class cricket
last July after a serious attack
of pneumonia and pleurisy.
No Bowler
Hut he pledged that, once lit.
lie would help the county at any
tl W th WELLS ,ui(l MORTI-
MORE In the Services GloueeiU-i-
ii w b i, ""' ""' "lth"'" "ow rlhl"
arm bowler, ami ti
dard makes good that promise.
Goddard's comeback prompts
m,, intriguing conjecture. When he
retired he needed onl
ivicketr:
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