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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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June ti, FIVE CENTS
1950. Year 55









WEST INDIES LEAD SOMERSET BY 363 RUN

“NO NEWS—iS
GOOD NEWS”

—Says Bertie Gomes

(Our London Correspo dent)
LONDON, June 1.
-W.I. SUGAR DELEGATES. are cred to resume dis-
eussions with His Majesty’s Gover omen on Wednesdoy.
This date has been fixed provisionally, ond is subject to

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~ WALCOTT, WORRELL
GET CENTURY EACH

British er enemm | Somerset 177 Ist innings
W.L. 267 and 273 for 3 wkts

AFTER A FIRST innings total of 26/, che West In
dies to-day dismissed Somer :t tor 177 im tne

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approval by both parties. sia oh nae om second day of their match at Ta nton.
hale cies ot Gores ar o olleag 18 crentists eae x , - m7 a
ii: aa ep ’ i 3 a ‘ee Siheods x ; et mer they es a ‘i By close of play the West Inu.es were 273 for 3
) } it record 1s ants ¢ i ° > jf‘ r Any
3 Tom Cats discussions. ‘They feel that their pa Ml sm ie an in their second innings. Gimblett madé /7 for Som
memorandum w h as plac y Rp \ Pie fs + a
an i 8 erset. Sonny Ramaduin took € for S/. In tire West
? ° before Mr. Maurice Webb and Mi nic piles J . . : ‘ . = !
Given Notice S) Tieiaier lalt aves Tae Cause Pue caper earn = Indies’ second innings, Worrell made 104, and at
ea His Maiesty’s Gover ant ¢ it was now higher nan rat : .
PROVIDENCE, Rhode SURE Cha TE ae GR ee Asherien stumps Walcott was not out with i17.
Island, June 1. sictidY SAlchation. 7 ae radio-active materials, or ¢4 Walcott, hi his tenth four,
ee well fed tomeats es aaa tiaat owe. Ment pe are mainly used ag ° completed 100 out of 19 ‘
who for more than a year ee cles frat e L. GORDON (exireme right) of Pritish Guiana s te Tie ts fas racer” elements in medical E. l > d’ > hours 10 n Worrell a un
were the sole occupants of a nothing and are unlikely to meet Cycle Raeé on the secon i'd Re Wn ae ee his nrst wip in the 5 Mile “A” Class ; wnarime ng an s into three figur vith a t .
. again before Wecdn j a ; nd day of the Two-day Intercolonial Cycle and Atl . a anh alt ignosis and experiments
6 ates ie Vecinesda e co + cS Res 3 yele anc thletic Meet at Kensing : fourt
16-roomed mansion here id 7 “ ton Oval yesterday While Harwell Berkshir ary, his foi enth after ay
have been “evicted” by a sider a good sign,” Mr. Gomes toid ae Cae vee the a eee ere re | , of two an if hours, bu
judge. i 11 me to-day. “We believe this is 1 aie. sa emains the centre of British aton es eat fteg ara } tare: hate ye he aad
The cats were in residence || ©25¢ vhere no new i good a ae Cn Ct ——--— . big earth the Ministry S Suppl the wicket fY Wellard for the
| sd the will of Mrs. |} "°Ws- Y : ae amyounced other majoi Vs W. I second time in the match. Hi
ophie Howarth, who pro- | eee - | m D . levelopments ‘ eee partnershit th WAlcott realiced
vided that her own maid || u an oes ne ousan A new double pile is nearly BRADFORD. June. 1 213 in two id a half hours
should look after them. But | Accused a: 3 ompleted in Cumberland for th acl “1 Jin ; et yd u ) = a The We Indies led by 3638
the court thought the house | . ot xpect preduction of plutonium and mors t 1 ie ene 5 eam to play the West! i 7 wickets to fall at the clépe
woul be better occupied by | e e itom stations are under constru sanin in t 4 ae Si ve Test oa when. Walcott was undefeated
uman beings. O S in T at tion 8 ew MERE CHGS Ler NEN") with 117
—Reuter. i py S ar Soon on on l eS British isotopes are ailable| Thursday will be chosen from The West Indies were in a
- , } sotopes are availab \ ere i
— iii. ; Fi f to all countries for humanitarian strong position lunch, At that
5 or e e WASHINGTON, June 1 LONDON, June 1, urposes, but Communists coun- stage | yy ol y Saf - is
President Truman said. at his About 1,000 London workers were idle to-day in an| ‘Ties have so far made no appli- te urine decinta: Ratt dane * chal
2 ~~ Press Conference to-day that the outbreak of fiv icial stri 250° ations._-Renter ? ; ; on ee
ay that three e unofficial strikes. More than 25 or 267
Jamaica ADMITS GUILI Cont ea ek aoe ed. Cu De te. rikes. More than 250 lighter ot 20h cane
at any time in the last fiv : areron strike in protestéagainst the dismissal of 91 = In two hours’ p! during the
W. L | PRAGUE, June 1 He 4 a thi a ‘ oa aa years colleagues. | morning, the 8 reet wickets
Dr, Josef Nestavel, a 50-year- lade is statement whe: " ae > aiid) ara : - ent down for the addition of
ants oan old national insurance Ficin!, |@asked to comment on reports ¢ +1 About 500 builders are idle at nis teaate 06 runs to the over-nigh
isurance official, the Festivs rite 1 1
i . ‘ pleaded guilty at the trial re.|@ Gallup Poll of American: publi yr Hs. | no estival of Britain site on the Ss Ss of 47 for winks
Of £2 Million sumed here today of 13 Czecho-j;0Pinion which said that the ’ Dockers ; ill ' Se sree efforts to resist e Ss R i the I ia
Rigunls swho/ware ncauakt vttaenc(ietty of Atpeticank expected & \\ a wrap ment R two non- Australia right e vas the )
i ‘ , ; +s ray ee ace k ahs z | Union workers More than 25u ces ful ‘ i
‘ son and espionage for America| War in the next five years N tT 7 . . uccessful vO W Le takin 4
(Barbados Advocate C Ps lent) . , ors a ar are . .
MRINGSTON, June 1. | Md, the West. The President replied. frmiy| + NOU 2 OUCH W Ol |e a raliway depat, objecting 1 CANBERRA, June 1 Ses eae waar salle
A select committee whi ras r. estavel added that hejthat he dii not agree with this], | r ve ae ee Seats Te bal i without ne -
cau t con , hich was would like to explain ater in|point of view. ‘He sala he wes N. e | the promotion of a cartage fore Australian Prime Minister Rob- ibly changing his action obviously
ecently appointed in the House Pein wists She ciel elas i : erila Ss } man ert G. Menzies announced today troubled abo. batemen
of Repagentatives to recommend guilty ay he considered he was sone bh A vv could to 4 | Bighty-five electricians we. hat Field Marshal Sir William Tecchen bowled thramoat the
measures dea’ n with unemploy- SL” e ye war, and endeavouring to do ‘ei i ‘ 7 . ‘ . he is ‘ . > ria Gen- s< w a .
ment conditions. has decided to i Pe oe read at the open-|this through the United Nations WELLINGTON, June 1 lat Cepyden's (Bouthwent ta don | Svat "Stat ; vould visit ‘Australia at id'G m ie tt cn, it di i
, 8 lin ig anteelns aii nia : it. 4 oO c re: a i stall, Austrahe Harole rimble ooked ¢ all
recommend the Government to| ine meee SP ikeeaiar tees: cod eT a ere on_ his Sicieod ace th to ea ie? new power sfaltnes ps the diss on or about June 12 for defence comfortable, and he was quick to
open negotiations, for a loan of raped 5. Gata isiaek asia} ee ene about the world being eee ee On Wilk he Tate i g icial, | talks. take toll of loose deliveries
This amount which would fl ra Bad ghte ae pegs, be. materials | for Malaya, the Union’s tools on oe aeehinies : ee ic planning for the regional de- hour and three quarters, but
repaya after 50 years, was for| eS © a foreign national Executive announced to-|;. . nent oOMeces | rence of the Southwest Pacific then with his pat rs falling he
the pur of Bnancing the devel-| power, and other anti-state activi- " day in. Central London in a dispute irea has been proceeding for some sid * ‘estrained nd
~| ties D é t t a - j , y a > . a ‘ ‘ . "4 § came nore restr: vs
opment reproductive scheme as ry ee sabotage and ter Duteh W ill Mr. Harold Barnes, the Union’s aes, Or unskilled men} iime on an official level through vas eventually caught off Gomez
source of helping the present un-| lad: At -resident, said: % windows. \ustralian defence machinery in for 77
employment : th ae eeneete. etn or tne “The impending visit to New More than 4,000 London taxi }consultation with ee
iree former women Members of , . ‘ 5 sther rite aw 3 . . was re e sefore about
Alex Gordon, O.B.E., a mem-| Parliament before the tennt veo Enter Merger Zealand of Field Marshal Slim,| 47ers chemise et Sat nes eae at ee N. W. D. YARDLEY PE As Dalegnce gor A yamte Hig
; : , , yes- ’ : . ‘ + , »nzies added “the stage 8, ecople and the tourists use
ber of Jamaica Citrus Growers’! jerday pleaded guilty to charges hief of the Imperial General their d ott Ber, a-rven Sad. enti a dle ‘ . S hitog ae i the s
(Association, and Donald Fergus- | faocdnr s & 8 Staff, who led the Burma. cam- heir demand for increased com- || hat has been reached, and a pro- N. Yardley (Yorkshire) E, J.pthe pace of Johnson and the spin
C ie S~| of treason and espionage.—Reuter. | a Ss i ce Jie , burna,.am= mission, About. 800 men struck |jgramme of future action, will be}Edrich (Middlesex), 7. BaileyJot Ramadhin in their offorts to
son, Commissioner of Commerce | “ar 3 paigny 16. eignificant work tod&y~at a coal mine near |'discussed by Field Marshal Slim} (Essex), R Simpson (Notting-} capture the last two Somorset
and Industry of Jamaica, Will go| “Our organisation is alarmed at] g¢ir}j einer (neath with the Government Dh emcnte all Tt. Simy (Notting bps
to dad on June 12 for talks) R I Ma ‘THE HAGUE. June 1 the general trend,” Stirling, Scotland, in protest | bo a yan the 9 eroines and |iamshire), G. H. Doggart (Cam-] Wicket
" ] m ea ae harveres, me 7 $ agai 5 ¢ on. | with the Defen.e Committee.” bridge Inivers 14 i 7 azell went. Attempting
wi Trinidad Citrus Producers. | oya ty _ The Dutch Government will de- The watersiders have in the! aprinet thd Sinmlasal of oe men Fatine Minister Sidney Holland ee as a i a ant ip ar he is bowled by Ri m-
It is expected that Trinidad and} ‘ finitely participate in the negotia-]past refused to load wool for one innounced to-day that Field Mar- Mid tae boa seated BOY ails. thenieoh iehaeco iught be-
i ill joi “es j a r a ane + ’ ‘ | : llesex or f lery ac 5¢ Vas Cé
Jamaica will join forces in negoti- | } ive In Franee ee propeeet by France on the General Franco’s Spain or to work |}shal Slim would visit New Zea- owen 3 ae ; (War hind the wicket off the first bal
erry tae oe oe oe : Becncale. : an 5 ries ag ne any Dutch ship during the dis- land next month for discussions | yy ih a ; Suir ‘) eis (Kent), he received from Ramediin, anc
nthe Uses. steps will be} sUrope s coal and stee’, usually} pute in Indonesia. —Reuter. {on defence matters of common eee | Set ee : Jedist > is 177, gi
taken after the conclusion of these} _ LISBON, June 1 |Feliable sources said to-day. Stalin Sends voncern.—Reuter, (Surrey), W. EB. Hollies (War the West Indias ‘a | a of 90.
talks, but meantime the Hon The Comte De Paris, pretender An official statement on the Srerenenie—tn aes x | vickshire), R. Berry (Lancashire) e ie ‘al ie Wesasy sae 6 for 67 m
2 0 ee Whey a & fa Ser sere a. es oo attitude is expected tomor- Deadlock Greetin Ss | ane mous a A. eae ee 7 pts M1 i9.1 over ‘, his best figures of the
é s P ratios : I : g by air for renc ph ‘ | _ ° u P eft arm spin bowle
j itri nat , . — , 1 The Cabinec and its economic / |} © ? re tour
watching citric producers with) Morocco. The French National ri £ | ree OU Ll ire the only two who have not ‘ 4 :
i i > as ; ats sxaperts have studied a report by | y | eral Marshal batted ittractively
great interest in England. ' Assembly on May 16 abrogated by |**P® ; } weviously played in a test ace ‘4
* s43 : or s . * | the Dutch blast furnaces and coal He Ne t | . hen the tourists went in again
a} 32) y 3 _E » Ste e ts yi he é vf “ '
dn Kingtten dase Pacsdey the] of 1868 wenites the Exile Statute | mines management on the effect as /VO TO GERMAN YOUTH | (yy Sit Down |sciscsc er ceaitman OF the] but ater making. 98 oUt of a8 at
G ote Ned ° oh ahay de h ‘vba hich forbade the presence} the scheme would have on Dutch y" e BERLIN, June 1 Baha ri eet eign ee ig Ulrun a minute he was bowled im
osha ot oe er ee ere, re eirs to the French throne in| industry and production Caused Rif Chiesmenitaiaais is a ae a ‘i peel gs bie antorig the taping! th: doeee.. eWaviuk-aeed
- > rance. . +k Stikker. Foreig a 4 x ralissimo Sta i sen 7 b rs, 80 Doggart is certain tof] 7 ri fr Bu
this morning and issued @_pro- The Comte-De Paris.said that Ph seer tis hate re a telegram to the Executive ro Strike play. yo oo ieern docntoetable, tel)
Semeree penne or Sete: | this step put an end to many years|the Office of European Economic PARIS June 1 Nae oaee ee co a” | The last place probably rests] ibw to Wellard 4 runs later, Wor-
agg Brg ce on on ‘ee | ad tice. With his wife, the Co-Operation, _was understood to} There was no suggestion in the qreetiie .srom fale G rilliont LUBECK, June 1 ms ee Berry and Hollie wh >} rell and Walcott batted with su-
gs in p . 48t| Brazilian Princess Isabelle of| be discussing certain points of the| French Government and diplo-|& i s for Peace” trans Tr and { Cc ist |!00k six wickets against The Rest} preme confidence up to tea
for months and is designed to pre- , : ; 8, sHiy Pane . young Fighters for Peace” trans- nhousands £ Se Monday. Tf ins 2 n
1 b - a ’ Orleans-Braganza, and 11 children,]| Schuman plan with French ex-|matic quarters here tonight that mitted to him during the mon-|“Free German Youth” members |‘'°7¢4Y If the indications are that They showed there was nothing
vent general outburst of violence [ee had ee. quietly on the out~ perts to-day—Reuter, the apparent deadlock between | ster Communist Youth Rally in| who had been on a “sit down pe. Fitch Bae be hard, ollige wrong with — the wicket by
) skirts of Cintra, a beautiful resort France and Britain over the terms] Berlin, at Whitsun. strike since early yésterday in the : & break bowler, wi prot ably} mastering all’ the bowlit & afte
CORRESPONDENT | near Lisbon.—Reuter. a fe the oe and hy ae ry “IT wish the Germen -outh, the}"No-Man’s Land” between the ee given gen Otherwise ae a flowed effortlessly from
| -_ s e jons had created a diplomatic} active creators of a unified, demo-| British and the Soviet zonai] erry may be chosen their bats as they scored at a good
LEAVES IN A HURRY | | a 10na ists crisis between the two countries.’ eratie and peace-loving Germany, | jrontier near Luberk gave up their Compton is included on the as-| rate. Worre!! reached 50 first, ant
4 749 Arrested But at the same time officials left{new success in their great task” |;esistance and reported for medi-}°UMption that he has not been] was also first into the ninctie
' NEW YORK, June \, 2 B no doubt about the apparent in-|the telegram said.—Reuter jcal examination to the British | Micially declared unfif. He is|but Walcott overtook him and
The New York Times said today In Elections | us e tention of the French Government }Zone Authorities early this morn
that its Prague oye yea ear | ‘ to maintain their attitude that it —T ling @ On Page 8. @ On Page 8.
ek ees ett nh TOKYO, June 1. | Expelled was up to the Soe ee con- a |. The youths who were returning f) a
sire ot eats It; was disclosed tod: at 749 erned to accept the rene) Ja C i}from the Berlin Whitsun Youth ](?
thea in aaa sg nbed wécnde ade haan: - a eh So: Invitation on the terms stated, or s a | Rally, had gone on strike yester- |r 6 + TV
treason trioi of 13 Czechs as hav-| lating the electoral law during the SAY COMMUNISTS Yee ae, ae , jday in protest against a medical i ¢ ENJOY IV...
ing helped set up an underground] recent Japanese elk No confirmation could __ be ru e jexamination ordered three day { =, ) ,
Wag Giiied at Overthrowing- the Three people were uted tox MONTREAL, June 1. obtained tonight of the reported jogo by the Schleswig Holstein i v) BPs Veep ke wi We. NOON.
Government. vote buying, and 14 { bstruct- A few minutes after the second Intention es the French over’ TOKYO, June 1 Health Minisuwy for al! persons i} YL . ; F
on meee eee ott ing ewes of a Others means Caneatn keadte = BE entire ate The Japanese Communist Party : sing a the Soviet Zone into K J D WIGHT.
any o e plotters.—Reuter. committed lesser offenc euter e ° cess . a ~alle: 200,000 industrial | stern Germany wo,
; was adjourned here last ENED Ys Ha Pewer Ve: 560 SA ssh 8 Joins eee kere. te virile next Saturday| This measure was taken to AN : wi i
‘a ry Td message from the Chinese Com-| communique on the subject in protest against the trial of|prevent a possible infiltration of
R DS US SW. ARING | Se eee ved te Pom OW fn ee leight demonstrators by a United Western Germany with typhoid |{{
E 4 kK Ek manding that its own delegates French Foreign Offecials tonight) ¢ > . i | ever cases which were reportea |$\)
‘ nahin . Sen AiR coat ee ae 7 States Provost Court. | t 3 1 ere reportea {
Z _|should replace the Chinese! were still expressing the earnest i ‘ ' > tally > }
Y ] j i The Ce lists also urged stu-|8t the Whitsun Rally in Berlin
Â¥ Nationalist delegation. hope that the note handed to Sir | pram As BR ; )
‘ A y The message, passed to the|O ; r Harvey at 17.30 GMT es dent; to demonstrate against the} The yoy gave up their}))) i}
p L ; ness » BSC ee hiVE ar y at ie - Stz e follow ac sell! |
1.C.A-O. Conference by United Na- | nig would result in Britain's v2 ; M st Yoshida visited | i , ra ' their, aietieg aniatal {i} a
ME tions Secretary-General Trygve | he itions being atisfactori} rin inister shida | / i
ROME, June 1. a“ ert nes Ee a , won 8 Sauistactorily| Gen MaeArthur last night to|/and West German police officers ;)) i
The Itali Eshalie Newane = idis ae P Lie, said the Nationalists no longer overcome se ff th je strators’ rly this mor-ing 1
e Italian Cat BODE Ave Woe Il Quotidiano today accused represented China and “must be Sir Oliver Harvey, the Britisn apologist fy . Ar a stag saldlen The ig ree th tA sdicul | ‘ \
the Communists ot trying to corrupt the children of Italy|] driven out” of the Organisation ; Ambassador*hére s said to have | ieee: the Unite d State of kernGe 1 © pe thot b held but rs i “- ith v
wk f ar ea . : ‘we : . i » WAS BE é durin » United Sta 2 al | ex a ’ 2 ” nsistec {
by tel hea hppa “swearing competitions” and teaching them r ie a tant ts ane ae been “taken aback” when he read Day > tei in the Plaza here last} on the action that their represen-|/!' {
to hate God Hentad to ay ee cea ne t latest French note, Tuesday.—Reuter. itives should be allowed to watch |))) ‘ . ))
ie renner es sees. Ja Tue newspaper, mouthpiece ol fae ae laetcn tonday , —Reuter. hat none of the youngsters was]; ,
S I orn. Ses ae soils Shee Nationalist China has been an = as blered in any “black list’ which i)
at one school at Marina i Massa : ¢ { , . {
tate S " - 74 1.C.A.O-. member since the ground- had been their main grievance
near Genoa, a pupil handed up 4 5 c | « r » id 1} (
s ork of the Organisation was laid j Tired and austed after ajli
}piece of homework composed of le. ; ‘ e 1 e n “ ‘ } 12)) i
I ¥ s ‘ ; } a 2 ait -ritton | five years ago, and its delegates are l . night on the col nd moist ground |}}) ‘
dging Out | fg gmat ater oY. ria fully accredited. WISss ' ose ¥ in the open air, the youths queued i >> i)
ages of swet y |
: j \ No Chinese delegate attended 1 | the official cheek-point at, { v
In a village near Perugia, the ; | y in ness 17 )) $)
anor aided. i -year-old’ boy | Yesterday’s session,—Reuter. ‘ te | Lubeck—and underwent a short }
Schools ehalited “up. in. the ‘main square | Wonsula Jéxamination, Thle guage beara \
the words “Long Live Stalin’, | ceils NEW YORK, June 1. |Sherply contrasted with — their] }}
“Death “ta God’ ; « | j~ BERNE, June 1. A 30-year-old mother told the|¥Vivid activity yesterday when} //)
LONDON, June 1. = Do Ss Draw | The wi Federal Council] police here today that she had}they sang and daneed and} ii}
‘ ‘ s Quotidiano added that in a ' | abinet) today decided to close] shot her four-year-old daughter|threatened to keep on strikiny! |) »
Opening a new wing of a Cath0-| cehool near Catanzaro, Southern} e ° | the offices of the Swiss Consulate-j| because “I did not want my baby| “eight days their demands | ({ |
ane Coteee. nent en Italy, a Communist teacher inter- | Pil im General in Fs eget a (Czechoslo-|to be pushed around as I have | were not fulfills i}} . i
ardinal Griffin, Catholic Arch-|rupted the recital of the Lord’s| akia) on June 15 been.” j —Reuter t (
bishop of Westminster, said today: | Prayer to say “Who gives us our | | | Although no official réason. is The child is in hospital critical- | i} }
aan are fighting a battle for free- | daily bread? Not th ae not | oO ome | e a on a ae a is —- ly wounded by a bullet in the! : i THE RICH DELICIOUS
lom against the possible usurp- | Government! N America stooc tha these offices Nave} brain, AN al 7 a ,
ation of the rights of the Church not even ee God Almighty, ROME. june 1 ceased to have any further im- at was afraid the shot would | BRITAIN S BIRTH |:
and of the parents by the State.” | Russia, who is sending Italy eve ‘ ela tak ee legs | POrtance wake up the baby,” the police a
: day ships laden with grain!” |, An Staltat ee i pom se8*) The work of the Consulate will] quoted the mother as paying, “so RA TE FALLS 1 {
The Cardinal was referring t —Reuter, [10 4 ares mevranmaen. Seen tere a /| pass to the Swiss Legation in}I wrapped the gun in a towel.” " is
the 1944 Education Act under} oe here in a cart dragged | Prague. —Reuter. | —Reuter LONDON. J 1 i
which the Government has author- res j by three dogs. 7 4 , June ty Or ' : i
ity to take over all voluntary x H | The cripple, 49-year-old peasan { -_——- 3ritain’s birth rate, which agit if in Vaimalla, ¢ Ola ut Ot ae vous tt
; os tole . 7 aft tl ter th » hae he } «{
schools whose managers, do not} muts as | Bortola Ravenna, left his hon j ed after the war, has begun to fall,|}}) is as Meeks s
Satisfy the authorities that the: 5 {near Brescia in the extreme n “FINISH MARSHALL AID 9 but is still well above the pre-war ||}! Demand it at your Restaurant, Soda Fountain, ))
: i ' | aly t 20 dave ¢ . verage, The > orces | §}5 (
are able to find half the cost of | H sart Trouble |of Italy about 20 days ago, he sa averas 1e number of divorces | })) Club or Hotel j
reorganising and meeting local) € |He carried a number of loave too has begun to fall 1? 5 : . : i}
education development plans | PRETORIA. June 1.. {29d a few hundred lire —SAYS MARSHALL | This is diselosed in an official! )) BICO is also obtainable in any quantity between the
een: aie Sar ni Food for his three husky report for 1948, which shows that|l/ pa ‘ {
Cardinal Griffin declared it is} Se adaeetiia eee. ‘has }came from generous people on DENVER, Junc 1. We can’t go on forever bleed- | despite the drop of births, Britain’ iH hours of 8 a.m. and 11 p.m i
use these costs have risen so} 7) monia, spent ess comfor-|Toad, Ravenna said. He hopes to{ George Marshall, originator of ing the American economy”, he | Population increased by 452,000 to| }{ Wa tlen-Fean ty
cai we ear ene | OM-|isble night. last night ar his/see Pope Pius before he leav: the European Recovery Pro- told reporters 43,502,000 in the year 775,306 | $} ail ) {
about e future of our], shows some + ef embar-ithe return journey } gramme declared here that the live births were registered during} } v= ‘ ‘ ‘
schoolk, and it would be quite; , t, his doctor said today | He will also ask the Pope’s bless-| United States should bring the Marshall, former Secretary of | 1948, compared with 881,026 {{ The BARBADOS MH fo.. Lita. }
par «ad our Catholic schools to b | sn who was 80 on May 24,/ing for the dogs which brought) programme to an end in the State added that the plan | 1947. Divorces m 1948 numbered | } Ba Street }
acministered out of existence }was taken ill three days later at!him to Rome as well as guarded| summer of 1953—“finish it and exceeded all expectations 43,698 against 60,190 in 1947 j Y i}
—Reuter. hus farm near here. —Reuter him on the way.—Reuter. stop”. —Reuter —Reuter —— —= = = = .





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'S EXCELLENCY the

Gov-

ernor and Mrs Savage
accompanied by Capt. W. Lam-
bert attended the final day of the

Intercolonial Athletic and Cyck
Sports at Kensington yesterd iy
afternoon, and the Governor afte;
the Sports presented the prizes to
the various prize winners
Congrats

EWS HAS been received that

Mr. Michael Walcott, son ot
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Walcott of the
Lodge School, has passed his final
examinations in Medicine at
McGill University and was placed
eighth ima class of over one hun-
dred. Michael has already received
his B.Sc., degree.

Got It- From The Indians

HE NAME of the star pictured

in these columns yesterday

was none other than Bing Crosby

The, Picture was taken shortis

after Bing arrived in St. Andrews

Scotland for the Amateur Gol!
Championship on May 22.

His head gear was the nearest
thing he could get to a Scotch
bonnet. This one, said Bing wa
given to him by a tribe of Indians
in Vancouver ! ! !

To England and The

Continent
EAVING last night by the
“Gascogne”, was Mr. and

Mrs. L. L. Toppin, who are goirfy

on holiday to England and the
Continent. They expect to be
away for about three or four
months,

Mr. Toppin, is Governing Direc-

tor of Messrs. J. B. Leslie and
Co., Ltd.
To Visit Their Son
EV. AND MRS. H. A. MEL-

VILE, who left last night by
the “Gascogne,” are on their way
to the U.K., for a holiday and to
visit their son Herbert, who is
Studying Medicine at Cardiff
University. They will be staying
with him in South Wales and



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DR. “TONY” GALE pictured
here shortly after he arrived
at Seawell yesterday morning

Dr. Gale Arrives
R. “TONY” GALE, son of
Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C., and
Mrs. Gale arrived here yesterday
from England via Trinidad
Dr. Gale, who qualified last
summer did his pre medical course
at McGill University, then
over to England where
tended Birmingham
He has been away for eight
years, and has returned to take
up an appointment ag House Sur-

went
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FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1950
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
° * D CROSSWORD ote
| osom == VIESS better
Duh "TENNIS TW es | Bont
} mone LONDO?
bts London’s top dressmakc! FLEMING
ae ere 4 claim that this season’s Britis!
Here For Remaining debutantes are the best dressed Roland
Two Weeks since before the war :
Mothers launching their daugh- YOUNG
M® EUGENE CORREIA of ters are spending more on their
B.G., who was in Barbados wardrobes than at any time since| Roland
ix weeks ago and left his family ox - iia dire winking rnin |
here on holiday returned or ressma 5 oe Mee: | CULVER
Tuesday to spend the remainin evening gowns of satin, brocade | |
: i eae -and other rich materials. Often |
vo weeks of their holiday with hin ave ‘heat embroid- Richard
them at Super Mare Guest House the gowns are heav-ly emb | | ichar
Worthing ered. increasing the cost consi 1-}
thing erably 1 | 1, Member of an Aslatic religion
* The cost of these officially (8) laths, (7) ||
Married On Sunday “moze ornate” gowns is from| ,% structure ot crossed 1 explain
MSS PEARL HUNTE, young-) $280 up. 11. Mew Annie saw the drug. (
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs | Bouffant dresses of tulle, 12. oumpe spas I tax ony rae (3)
A Hunte of Kirtons, St. Philip, organza and organdie in the $325) y, ge" pown. sad
was married on Sunday afternoon | class are also popular becaus?| ig. A dame manufactured dill
at the Bethel pe sage Chapel to | they look “younger”. a0. got. soatee got it youve gut
Mr mura a wes s renee ay The dressmakers agree that « the los, (5), pinch of metal, (5)
Mr and Mrs. ae erson oe € : | haste debutante wardrobe. today zi. Sount a Like 9 Dino of ms“ diter
Brereton, .St. Philip. Rev. | —a ba!l dress, suit, afternoon and| ** ‘Qnce. (4)
Tesby performed the ceremony cocktail frock — means a bill of} 24. Famous el producing Jack's
Ushers were r, Es »y, | . ys ae ladder. (4 “AT 32
uppers wi ce. Mr. es et cee | $700 to $850. And the mothers] 9, (gger. (4 producea this, \$) » A Thousand
Cartes” * mage | don’t seem to mind paying it | 29: Is this always in the wate
The Bride was given away by —(1I.N.S.) » Unter. arene nere certainly Violins”
her brother Mr. A. Hunte She | a et? eo ‘e 5)
wore a dress of white faconne and | e 2. The commencement of ® hier “Lucky Us”
satin, decorated with sequins. Her | ren Fare , archy. (3) sae Vth)
headdress was a coronet of orange | z hd oe en stray no —_———_—_—_—_——
blossoms and she carried a bou- B FORD doubt. (9) 10
quet of white snap dragons and RAD : 6. It could an epic. , ’ om + . ince Eve threw all that
Queen Ann’s Lace. Bradford firemen are looking} 6. Soe CE oe Sie ‘atm. (7) It’s the Funniest thing since é
Maid of Honour was Miss for a local woman with a musl- 3. Venement speech’ isn't it dear! applesauce at Adam!
nen 3 S who — a | cal, cultured, almost _ siren-like 16 Rekonecs of nea Russia 3
dress of pin aconne and lace, | voice 13. Names lest it is changed. (6) i ae SE
also decorated with sequins. Her The reason: They have beer} 16: Place. in. Greece akhare Muses A Paramount Picture at the
headdress was a halo of orange hoaxed 12 times in the past few 17 Eos suppers nih . ?
blossoms and she carried a bou- weeks by her “pleading, COBEN, 20: Sates tattiore ar at oun (3) PL ZA N
quet of pink verbinas and ger- were flying on to ae. almost tearful” tones. 22. Three-quarters of 20 Down. (3) A @eeee e
beras. tern to London toon for So now, every time a woman Solution ot vesterday s yuecie. Across
Her five Bridesmaids were Car- een Tennis Tee Wat ‘telephones. fom. a public booth} 3, "knowledge""S ‘atari “ia Signal (and Continuing Daily 5 and 8.30 p.m.)
melia Hunte, Cynthia Hunte, ad Mrs. Dupont (Margaret gcking for the fire brigade the] }; 1. be One
Shirley Clarke, Cicily Humphrey ene) arrive by Clipper from .41) is also switched to a “secret”| 27 ; is ae
and Betty Johnson. New York. Third member of the alton ina. hye Ga Ornament: 8
‘ eee Bee: at Kir- ee Setar ee, "Patrol cars are standing by to] ; Alsnee aor 4
ons, the home o e bride. rush to the booth TNBOS
— ( ©
Guest Of B.C. in U.K.
R. E. A. ADAMS, Town Clerk 7 ae .
of Georgetown, who will be It’s A Mixup ROYAL (Wortnings
spending six months’ vacation in ; i To-day to Sunday, 5 and
the U.K. will be the guest of the A greedy innkeeper named The mixture fooled his en 80 piri i
British Council for a week during Francois put water in his wine What was the propo 20th Century Fox Presents Opening To-day
September or October this year, He filled one cask with wine and wine to water then? Rea x :
In addition, they will make pro- fate tn, 6cunl: GG ottions oy “WHEN WILLIE COMES
gramme arrangements for him to | “4% eq eae ae

during his holidays they will then
travel around the country with
him ona sight seeing trip
They-expect to be returning to
Barbados. in October, meanwhile,
Rev Alleyne, will act in his
place as Vicar of St. Ambrose

For U.K. Holiday

LSO LEAVING last night by

the “Gascogne,” for a holi-
day in England was Miss Marie
Maude, who has been Acting
Headmistress of Codrington High
School

For Six Months
R. AND MRS. HENRY WAT-
SON left last night by the
“Gascogne” en route to Englanu
for about six months’ holiday
Mr. Watson, is Manager of Searle
Factory.

Frequent Visitors
RS. E. B. JORDAN, and het
daughter Aurelia left for
Miami by B.W.IA.,_ yesterday
morning after spending one
month’s holiday at Coral Sands
Worthing. Aurelia was born in
Trinidad and although they now
live in Miami, they have spent
lots of time both in Trinidad and
Barbados.

To Settle in Mexico

M* JOHN GREEN, who is
originally from Tennessee

and has been living in Venezuela
for the past ten and a half years,
has been on holiday for about
three weeks staying at the Para-
dise Beach Club

Accompanied by his wife and
daughter Monica they left yester-
day by B.W.1,A. en route to
New York where they will stay
for a while, before going tof
Mexico, where they plan to settle.

The Greens have been coming
to Barbados on and off for the!
past nine years, and find Barbados
just. about the best place on
earth.



BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER

Ww are accustomed to the
phrase “highly nutritious
by now. It usually refers to some
highly unpleasant fake-food,

A few days ago the phrase was
officially attached to a form of
nourishment beyond the dreams
of avarice; artificial white of
egg made from the blood of
animals slaughtered in Denmark.
It is used for cake-icing and for
cream. As a body-fuel intake it
is, I believe, second only to the
artificial fish-paste made from
the pounded bones of horses
slaughtered in Nicaragua.

Miss: Crawford Talks
Through My Hat

I cannot afford £90 hats nowa-
days. (Miss Joan Crawford.)
OR can I, Miss Crawford, nor
ean I.
Up the Twine-purlers!
P the beetroot-mouldegrs! Up
8 the corl-dippers! I may be
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geon attached to the General
Hospital.

Dr. Gale arrived in Trinidad
by the “Matina” on Wednesday

and the ship actually passed Bar-
bados on Tuesday afternoon,
He flew over yesterday morning
by B.W.LA.. from Trinidad
Before he left Erigland he saw
the West Indies cricket team in
action and was present at the
Surrey match. “Actually it was
John Goddard,” he said, “who
gave me the tickets for this game.”

Pesides seeing John he also saw
Clyde Walcott and “Boogles”
Williams. Quite by accident he

also met Tony King another Bar-
badian at the Surrey game

For Martinique Holiday
RS. GLADYS COPPIN, wife
of Mr. O. S. Coppin, Sports

Editor of the Barbados Advocate
left last night by the “Gascogne”
to spend a month's holiday
Martinique.
Installation Engineer
M* and MRS WALTER
TURNER and their young
son Robert arrived yesterday by
B.W.1.A. from Trinidad. Mr.
Turner is an Installation Engineer
attached to the Barbados Tele-
phone Co., Ltd., and expects to
be in Barbados for about six
months, He has been doing
installation work in Trinidad, a
Londoner, he has been travelling
around the W.I, for about two
and a half years. They are stay-
ing at the Seaview Guest House

Here For Twelve Days
R. IAN HERRERA who is
with Trinidad Oilfields Ser-

vice in Trinidad arrived from
Trinidad yesterday morning by
B.W.1,.A. and will spend his
twelve days’ holiday at Cacrabank

Staying With Friends

ea arriving yesterday by
B.W.1.A. for about two

weeks’ holiday was Miss Jocelyn
McArtney, who will be staying
with friends in the Garrison

in

23, Goffham-passage, Nantwich, a
Mrs. Cutperson makes cardboard
door-stops for dolls’ houses. After

her! At her! Again, there is a
man on the western outskirts of
Snaffleham who ells from a

caravan waterproof covers for the
ferrules of walking sticks. Track
him! Corner him! Run him to
earth! And is not Langton-street,
N.E., a hotbed of frotters, herbal-
twisters, brick-cutters, moss pack-
ers, braballers, scot-fringers, re-
shapers of molten tinfoil, and lan-
tern-pressers? After them! Up the
whelvers and scissor-framers! Uy
they makers of and
frogskin

farter-cases
sleeve-protectors!

Marginal Note
DVOCATING a “brighter,
more colourful, more attrae
tive type of church,” a clergy-
man is reported to have said that



he was glad that bombs had
destroyed many old and out-of-
date churches. One way, I think,
to get people to go to church

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both casks into a still larger one

London County Council and Rural
Local Government Bodies.

Was Acting Manager
R. ASHLEY PHILLIPS who
for the past seven weeks has
been acting Manager of the Royal
Bank of Canada’s Branch in Dom-
inica while the manager was on
sick leave, returned to Barvados

by B.G, Airways on Tuesday

The Marsdens Return
At ONE month’s holiday
Staying at the Paradise
Beach Club Mr. and Mrs Edgar





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Marsden returned to ‘Trinidad ‘ a
on Wednesday afternoon by THE LADY TAKES A
B.W.LA,

Mr. Marsden is the Trinidadian
representative on the West In-
dian Cricket Board of Control,
and a W.I. Test Selector

Fourth Visit

R. and MRS. LESLIE REID,

who have been spending one
month's holiday at Super Mare
Guest House, Worthing, returned
to Trinidad yesterday by B.W.LA.,,
where Mr Reid is Secretary
Treasurer of J. T. Johnson Ltd.
This was their fourth visit to
Barbados.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 2,

District Market Land
Valued $1 Per Sq. ft.

* Health Commissioners Told

THE SITE at the corner of Eagle Hall selected for a
district market, may be purchased at per squart
foot, it was disclosed yesterday at a meeting of the Com-
missioners of Health of St. Michael. The area of the site
is about 14.000 square feet.

-—_—_——_———. ainsi _—_
This information was contained

1956



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in an Interim Report of the Board View that steps be immediately
who were appointed a committee taken to procure the same
to select sites for district, markets. Your Committee would also
The report was submitted by Mentiorf that they are at present
the Chairman Mr. E. D. Mottley working on a site in the vicinity
and approved. of Busbey’s Alley, and hope to be
It reads: able to submit particulars with
Sir, I have the honour to for- reference to this site soon
ward on behalf of my Board, i: This report will now be for-
Committee the following interim Warded to the Vestry
report with reference to the pro- i Other Areas
vision of district markets in St The Board began consideration
Michael: — of » Busbe but on
hie uggeshion of Goe-
This Board were appointed a dard that there were other areas
Committee by the St. Michael’s nearby which in his opinion
Vestry in January 1949. and in should be given some considera-
keeping with their terms of refer- tion before a decisiqn be arrived
ence, visited in February of that at, it was decided that the Chief
year, Eagle Hall, with a view to Sanitary Inspector visit these
obtaining a site for the erection places in the i place and re-
of a district market in that area. port b to the Board
Members present were: * Messrs The Board dealt wit! lette
J. M. Kidney, Chairman, E. D. from the Chief Medic Officer
Mottley, M.C.P., F. E. C. Bethell, calling for app nis from mem-
M.C.P., T. H, H. Wilkinsen, C. B. bers of tt afl vere willing
Layne, V. A. Chase, B. A. Weath- to be considered for a course of
erhead and Hon. V. C. Gale, training for Sanita: Inspectors
M.L.C. Mr. G. H. Adams, M.C.P. and Public Health Nurses at the
was present by invitation. The Prablic Health Centre in Jamaica
Chief Sanitary Inspector and Mr. r .
H. W. Clarke of the firm of In September
Messrs Clarke and Tucker were The course for Inspectors be-
also present. gins in September and will last
for 11 months vhile that for
The Eagle Hall Market Nurses starts in October and will
be for a period of 10 months
Sites owned by Mr. J. W. Parris The Board w requested to
and Mrs. M. \Hanschell were in- give an early reply as arrange-
spected. Mr. Parris, who was ments pad to be made for th
present, informed the Committee provision of limited number of
that he would accept not less than places by the end of Jun
$1.28 per square foot for the spot The Chairman of the Board
inspected by the Committee. said that & Inspectors and 8
Mrs. Hanschell, through her Nurses. had informed the Board
Solicitors, informed the Commit- that they had applied

tee that she was not eager to sell
her spot, but would accept $1.00

The Board decided td make re-
commendations and grant leave to













per square foot for such land as one Inspector and one Public
the Committee required, subject to Health Nurse the purpose.
the approval of the General The Board agreed that District
Board of Health. Nurses of St. Michael would in
Your Committee, along with Mr. future administer insulin injec-
G. H. Adams, are unanimously of tions ‘to diabetic patients of the
the opinion that Mrs. Hanschell’s parish who were unable to pay for
spot is the more suitable and the them.
price mentioned is reasonable. Members present were: Mr. E.
At the request of your Commit- D. Wottley, M.C.P., (Chairman),
tee, Mr. H. W. Clarke, Surveyor, Mr ££. V. Goddard, Mr. T. H. H.
has estimated the land recom- Wilkinson, Mr. B. A. Weather-
mended to be around 14,000 sq. head, Mr. F. C, Bethell, M.C.P.
feet, and your Committee there- Mr. W. W. Merritt, Chief Sani-
fore suggest that this site be re- yector Was also in attend

commended to Government with a





Western Diplomats
Behind The Curtain

By Michael Guaningham
LONDON,

{ [DO THE RUSSIANS want to force all Western missions
from behind the iron curtain to leave? And the
Soviet satellites get Western representatives out
Western Powers wise in adopting a policy of tit for
These are difficult questions noi admitting of d
answers. One can only speculate.

A Deal For Atstria
The Weste Power

ing the Austrian

when
are th
tat?



No one doubts that Communist
policy in Eastern Europe where
it aims to convince people that

negotiat-

have de-











they would be no better off under ciced, it seems, to accept the fact
any other system — is to allow that present Russian intransi-
satellite countries the littlest of pence makes any hope of agree-
contact with the West. This was ment somewhat remot The new
clearly the Czech Government’s arrangements for Austria an-
motive in demanding the closure nounced their Foreign Minis-
recently of the British Council ters in London «ie an attempt at
and information services in a modus vivendi that wiil not at
Prague. Britain retaliated with a the same time violate the terms of
similar request to the Czechs in four-Powet control, Western
London. At the same time, by treops wil remain hey can

» te hardly be withdrawn while Russia
means of pretexts such as “spy [80 a Tiadswiaat Anca: Adee
trials”, the Eastern satellites — ‘°°ns Martner Sbalhon anil, be
obeying Moscow—demand reduc- Ev aee that of a friendly garrison
tions in Western embassy staffs. than a force of occupation. The

Last week Hungary asked Britain
to recall another three diplomats
from Budapest; Britain did so,
and, in turn, declared a Hun-
garian “unwanted”.

Western Ministers in Vienna will
replace the present Military Com-
mand as civilian High Commis-
sioners. This change in control is
intended to incre » the prestige
of the Austrian Government in the






















Hand-outs western zones and reduce the cost
. . : of occupation. It may do some-
Western diplomatic aosvites thing i. bolster up Austrian mor-
behind the curtain, already con- 9), While the Four Powers con-
fined largely to official contacts, «jnue their wearying discussions
“hand-outs” and the Government oyer the Treaty--—now further
Press, are being curtailed to a4 gide-tracked by the Trieste prob-
minimum. If the process of tem
retaliation continues much longer,
there may soon be nobody left Tite and Athens
in these embassies at all, Per- The recent exchange of Min-
haps the Kremlin intends this. jcters between Greece and Yugo-
Perhaps it does want to force the tavin onl the first step to-
Western Powers to withdraw wards the rapprochement desired
their . missions—as the United by Tito and the Athens Govern-
States did from Sofia after the ment There re reasons for
trial of Kostov, the former Com- ‘hinking that it will be some Ume
munist vice-premier of Bulgaria. before relations between the two
On the other hand, Russia might countries really become ee A
prefer its satellites to maintain !9'"! Prac an ba Be C pind oe
token diplomatic relations With (oe ne eee ha between Viton
the West in order that they may tava par! Givank Be bresaitan
show at least a semblance of ji). from Belerade is already in
independence. t Salonika, o sing that part of
: the port whi as ablished as
Tit For Tat Yugoslav zone by a pre-war
ri Y it alalal 19289
The “tit-for-tat” policy that t bi a dan ae sie in aa
the Western Powers are employ- y ACS BATved: BES Lilkel® to
ing in these cases is, of course co plete rapproche 1ent
familiar diplomatic practice Ne rénotriatian of Gilek

Though seldom satisfactory, it is.)

; n present in Yugoslavia
- sometimes the only course open ne 1 Balkan countries. The
It may be so for Britain, France oihoy is the demand of Yugoslav



and America today short, of







po for the setting up of a
withdrawing missions Yet twé vie Macedonia
points must be kept in mind tha :
militate against this, particular); Complicated
where “cultural” organisations
are concerned. First, the Western The problem of the Greek child-
Powers must ‘not let it be thought ren is complicated, Athens and
that they are afraid of propa- Belgrade disagr strongly on why
ganda from Eastern Europe— ! tak into
after all they have said about 1 a
freedom of information in the
West. Second, a retaliatory ges- -

ture such as the recent Bri
request for the closing down
the Czech Institute in London
may be playing int Moscow's
hands. It is part of the Commi
ists’ technique to make the peo-
ples of Russia and the satellit
countries believe that the Wester ;
“capitalists’’ are against ther I Ver thu
do not mean to t, thor
that the Governments of the W ,
can afford to relax thei wat f evid
on the activities of Eastern mis- tior e Yug a
signs within their boundaries de wy the UN. Re t ‘





















A Little
Spanking

CHICAGO

A professor of education thinks

that a little spanking often is the
most effective way to control a
child

He is Dr. Robert J. Havig-

hurst, of the University of
Chicago, Dr. Havighurst qualified
his attitude, though, by warn
that “severe” beatings ALWAYS
are unjustified.

The professor xuiso sug,ested
that after the oceastonal, conti-
nent spanking, the “child should

be given a good dose of loving
The educator saw “four

reasons why

behave.”

genera)
young children m



For one, he explained, “they
may not know any better A
child may often do things whieh
an adult disapproves because t!
child doesn’t know that it is sup-
posed to be wrong’.

Or, he theorized, “the child
may simply be finding out how

far he can go

The third cause of misdemeanour
may be that the child simply is
‘angry and hostile and aggres-
sive

And the fourth possible moti-
vation—and this, he observed, i:
happily rare—is that “the child
may unconsciously WANT to be
punished and therefore misbe-
haves.”

As for spanking as a regulating
device, Prof. Havighurst said

“I would say that sometimes
a very quick slap while the
parent is angry is something that
the child can undergtand and
can accept a good deal better
than if the parent thinks about
while and makes up his mir
that the child needs punishment

But when the youngster IS
punished in anger, Dr. Havig-
hurst continued, “the anger ought
to be a passing event







“It ought to be foliowed very
very quickly by the child being
picked up and hugged = and
kissed in order to prove to every-
one that this was just something
that the parent couldn’t take at
the time.”



—

1948 which said that the children

hould be repatriated at their
own, or parents’ request. (Thm
sent off to Australia this week a
number of children whose par-
ents are there). Belgrade has,
however, recently stated that only
123 children can be identified out
of the list of 7,000 “requested”

names given to the Red Cross by
the Greeks. Had the remaining
6,000 crossed into Cominform
countries? The Yugoslavs did not
know Perhaps a clue to this
mystery lies in the further com-
plication that, according to Bel-
grade, many of the 9,000 or so
children now in Yugoslavia
“Macedonians” and want to stay
where they are and that even
many who are Greeks do not want
to return. The reference to
“Macedonians” looks as if the
Yugoslavs are using the Greek
children as an instrument of their
nationalist claims.





Strictly Speaking



These claims, which are not,
strictly speaking, official but em-
anate from Vardar (i.e. Yugeslav)
Macedonians, envisage a “(Creater
Macedonia centred on S!coplie,
the Vardar capiial, and embrac

ing both Aegan (i.e. Greek), and

Pirin (i.e. Bulgarian) Macedonia,
Naturally the Gree wi ul
Yugoslavs to renounce a inte
est in Aegean Macédonia. But
this the latter are unwilling to do
1or iwo reasons, “Hounee
idea of Grea Macedonia
would offend the Vv lar nalion
alists, who look to Tito as a chfém-





pion of their claims. It might also
ncourage the Bulgarian
tre their own pan-Macedonian
movement on Sofia: certain Pirin
leaders would like to annex Var-

to cen-



dar. On the other hand, Marshal
Tito clearly desires a real rap-
prochement with Greece—to re-
nforce his tror 1 ,
inform. His #overnment fer
fore, is trying to alli Cree fear
by assuring Athe 1
Nationalists talks ; 4
demic” and are, anyway, more
likely to affect Pirin 1 \
Macedonia
Fioreniine Meeting
Culture, it seems,
the cold war. The fifth
nference of UNESCO opened jr
Florence this week ith the
Cz and Hungarian represen-
t s “walking out” in protest

st thé presence of a delega-
from Nationalist China
would probably have walked
if the Kuomintar
bee represented (
and Hungarians are
booked their room
lays, whereas the
last a month)
would have been provider
I the appearance of Yugoslavi
new member of UNESCO
f course the chief proposal
Director~General Dr. Torre
the Florentine confer-
lireetly concerned the cold
that it suggested a peace
n to end it. Indeed Dr
Bodet’s attitude, in the
sphere, is analogous to
; that recently took
Trygve Lie to Moscow

They

cut ven





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« FOEAQ

Success Does Not Make

Government Popular

By David Temple Roberts





LONDON easons for raising the price of
British success in indus does their 4/- meals to 5/-. It seems
of make the Covernment in that after the waiters had been
ower i mor popul Con- paid, after the light and _ table-
ves clai at the suecess cloths had béen washed, after the
all because the Government cutlery had been bought, there
has occasionalls ter tt ivi was oply elght pence left to spend
from Opposition benches—to on tHe feed provided in the 4/-
Mirow otf “controls.” Sir StafYerd dinagr! Putting the price up by a
Cripps h “4 poor reputation in shillfig should, on this reckoning,
“w. country a he prophet of leave 1/8 for the food. Perhaps
austeri Hut among politicians theiyas will be just three times ar
his rep ion oaring At good. Sueh are our hopes in this
Westminster more and more jan of promise!
members of all parties regard him
as Wie saviour of the country in Lords Are Lighter
11s worst crisis. He is even carn The debate on the state of the
ing some gratitude from Socialists eountry’s finances in the House of
who have been very sl w to re- Lords was a great deal wittier
cognise his services to their cause! than the previous week's perform-
This week the Government has anee by the M.P.s. Lord Cherwell,
thrown away three rationing sys- whe was once known as Professor

















tems. Groceries are free; milk Lindemann and one of Churchill’s
ean hardly be rationed again; and closest wartime advisers, stung the
a surprise arrived vesterday when Government with sharp remarks.
petrol rationing came to an end. He quoted Sir Stafford Cripps who
Is this what the Labour leaders had stated that the country had
decided on us a policy for the had to resort to one expedient after
next election in their secret con- another—-from crisis to erisis, He
clave last weekend? I doubt it. described this as “undulant fever”.
Their important decision, was to He then remarked that Sir Staf-
allow ages to rise—by about 5/- ford was regarded by his friends
a week Curiously enough the as being in the special confidence
Conservative party are not in the of the Almighty. And as a com-
least dismayed, They realise that ment on how businessmen were
labour does not become more sey rned, Lord Cherwell compared
vopular by lifting controls—each the welcome to a passing film star
1ew relaxation can be taken as with that given to a mai who had
roof that rationing should have founded a business to employ a
ided long ago. The best Labour thousand. The star, e: rning six
in hope for is the approval of times (he businessman’s salary,
tory. There is no great con- was feted in Socialist B-itain; the

lence, ev in the Labour Party, other was cursed as a profiteer!
t the ext election will be The hardest crack from Lord
on for Socialism; but the his- Cherwell-—and a fitting ending to
rian may, the future, turn this article, which began with a
ack to praise’ the government tribute to success, Was at those
f Mr Attlee. Poor consolation socialist: who are always declar-
x” the p itici n who wants his jing Britain to be just turning the
uece 10W corne! ‘When you have rounded
\ Tastes Like Fieht Pence the corner four times you are
The r urent ears on our rail- pretty well back where you

s have given a delightful set of started.”



Don’t Smoke
Snulf

much money on
Suffering from smoker's

Spending too

smokes?
cough
The British

current issue of the





viedical Journal claims to have

a sure-fire way of saving plenty

jor cigarette smoke: and it

doesn’t mean giving up cigarettes

the ird way, with the consequent “ Good morning, No. 18550!

irritability, leeplessness, and You've no idea what incen-
haky nerves, tive ths new pay inerease
[he Journal pointed out that has given me!”

enuff, ta 1 at a rate of one ounce

a month quite a liberal dose,
ulf-taker hink—will satisfy a A New Hat

person used to smoking 20 cigar

ettes daily. BURNHAM,
Monthly consumption of 2 A woman witness . told Burn-
igarettes a day comes to roughly ham magistrates during evidence
i4,.70—or 49 cents a pack An Sy an bossa accident;

ounce of snuff costs 70 cents. The I remember the day well. |
ronthiy saving is $14 was wearing a new hat and the
The Journal says an ounce of “®™4n driver was looking at it.’

ire a niet “britive the wand It was stated that the auto
latralielinwianl: + ea tile eben ma 208 mounted the sidewalk and hit a

»edestrian.
cigarettes daily. I r






































Doctors believe also that snuff- FRENCH MAKE 2
iking would completely banish APPOINTMENTS
he smoker's cough, be a useful PARIS, May 31
precaution against the common M. Jean Mons, Freneh Resident
cold, and reduce poison nicotino General in Tunisia, was today ap-~
cases pointed to the newly created post
They claim that the normal of French Permanent Secretary
laily dose of snuff has little more General of National Defence, The
nicotine in it than a single cigar- appointment was made at a meet-
ette ing of the Council of Ministers.
The doctors do not mention the Louis Periller, Super Prefect for
extra lai expenses of wash- Eastern France was appointed to
n d handkerebiets, the vacant Resident General’s
we post
—Keuter.
v £ y ~ 5
Communist Youths Italy Protests
aay - ‘ys . i
Stripped Of Shirts Sustl pecan ak
uu a oO ' wZa, aliar
gene's “DT. May 31 Foreign Minister, announced to-
HELMSTEDT, May 31
Communist youths were @a@y that Italy had formally pro-
ripped of their blue shirts which tested to the Yugoslay Govern-
were erreneously burned—on ar- ™ent against forced enrolment in
iving here today from the Berlin Work camps of young Italians in
rall the Yugoslav zone of Trieste.
The youths were in a lorry The Minister told the Italian
hich was stopped by about 100 Senate Italy refused to recogn'se
nti-Communist Germans from the right of Yugoslavia to extend
East Zone who were on their to its zone of the free territory
to relatives in West Germany. of Trieste “institutions which do
he swipping and burning were not conform to the customs and
done on the British zone side of Jaw of the inhabitants’.
iutumn check-point Italian newspapers reported
Later a ¢ ns in of ay Seen from Trieste that from last week
ts, who had walked back in vouths were being rounded up in
e Brit me iNegally ove rnigt the zone and transported to Bel-
CF Snead Pereapeneanes Berlin grade work-camps
ri ed by t eds of Helr
aAte wis ; dis eH
» [ s
Sicciea ok ais semi ae Pleads Guilty
Eee Meee De cm PRAGUE, May 31
MRoial ae ee ae we ; Mrs. Milada Horakova, principal
ae ae ibis they had remuse defendant in the trial of 138 Czechs
he eae eee eae Men the Charged with high treason and
HOG Communist Youths coving, pleaded guilty when she
fe i * , en appeared in court today
poate ee * a a The defendants are accused of
. om berun working for the “preparation of
L ht anti-Communists 3 new war, a new Munich and a
e1zt id burned the banner and py, ¢ cupatior Czechoslovar
several blue shirts of one of the jorritory by foreign invaders.”
ear] group of retur Com " —Reuter.
mu mbering about 7
There we insults, but no fight
ine 7 POSTAGE FREE
1 ignatio mong’ the nativ KENTON, Middlesex, England
wy tior a t roused yes- Ronnie iwye 14, and Terry
er Helr ouths said here Wisbey, 13, threw a bottle into
toc ' p of Comr t« the River Thames with their
earrving ortrait f staliy mes and addresses inside. Some
thr the streets, distributing me later they received a letter
veet mong chiidr d « rom the finder in E Hol-
friendship, friendship,” land

—Reuter, —Can, Press



PAGE THREE



ANO WASH MW
READS

HANDS

Motor Bus Co.
Objects To

Taxation

HEARING of a petition brought
by the Progressive Motor Omnibus
Co., objecting to their rating this
year by the Vestry of St. Michael
was begun in the Court of Com-
mon Pleas before His Honour the
Chief Judge, Sir Allan Collymere
yesterday. Further hearing has
been adjourned until June 12,

The Bus Company is repre-
vented by Mr. E. K. Waleott K.C.,
instructed by Messrs. Yearwood
& Boyce. Counsel for the Vestry
is Mr. W. W. Reece K.C., instruct-
ed by Messrs, Carrington & Sealy,

Legal argument yesterday
was chiefly on the point
whether Paragraph I of the
petitioners’ notice of objec-
tion sent to the Churchwar-
den, Mr. Bruce Weatherhead
is reconcilable with sub-para-
graph 3a of the petition. Mr.

Reece submitted that they

were irreconcilable, Mr. Wal-

cott submitted they were not,

The notice given to the Church-
warden’ said that in accordance
with Section 58-2 of the Vestries
Act 1911-5 “we hereby give you
notice of our intention to object
to the rating made and set on us
by the Vestry of the Parish of
St. Michael for the current paro-
chial year, in respect of profit
derived from the carrying on of

trade as motor omnibus propri-
etors in the said parish of St.
Michael, on the following
grounds:—

1. Because we are assessed
at the sum of $1,920.00 where.
as we ought not to have been
assessed at all.

2 That the rate ana
amount are in other respects
legal, unequal, partial, op-
pressive and unjust.

The petition began by admit-
ting that the petitioners carried
1 business as Motor Omnibus
Proprietors in St, Michael. It
went on to say that the rate was
made by the Vestry on April 24
and published by the Parochial
Treasurer on the following day
and that the petitioners were as-
sessed and rated at the sum of
$236.16 in respect of profit of
$1,920.00 derived from such trade.

Aggrieved

Paragraph 3 said that the peti-
tioners were aggrieved by the
rate, (a) beeause “they are as-
sessed at a greater sum than they
ought to be assessed at in respect
of the business carried on by
them, (b) Because the rate ano
asséssment is in other respect:
illegal, unequal, partial, oppres-
sive and unjust.

Paragraph 4 set out that the
petitioners hud within the speci-
fied time given notice in writing
to the Churchwarden of their in-
tention to object, and asked tha!
the Parochial Treasurer and othe:
necessary and proper persons b¢
cited to testify and produce the
necessary books, documents anc
papers.

The petition ended by praying
the Chief Judge to quash the rate
complained of and alter or amenc
the same and to grant such relief
to the petitioners as should seem
expedient to him if the matters
complafned of appeared as set ou!
in the petition. It also asked
that the costs of the petitioners
be borne by the Vestry.

Different

Mr. Reece in ine course of his
argument submitted that the peti-'
tioners had in the notice sent t
the Churchwarden urged that they
should not be assessed at the sum
of $1,920.00 or at any sum at all,
whereas in the p@tition itself they
said that they were assessed at a
greater sum than they ought to
have been assessed at,

The last statement as far as lic
could see, implied that they should
have been assessed at some sum,
but not at the sum of $1,920.00
In his view the two statements
were fundamentally different
and he was submitting that the
petition should not be heard at
all,

Mr. Walcott subrnitted that the
two were not fundamentally
different. It wa simply a
difference in the ,English used
The petitioners were not saying
that they were not rateable at
all. They were complaining
against being assessed at.the sum
of $1,920.00, and saying that they

should not be assessed since they
were claiming that a loss had
been made,

The words in the notice and
those in the petition did not have
to be identical. There was 4
difference between not being
“rateable” at all, and not being
“assessable” at all,

He did not agree with Mr.

Reece's submission that the peti-
tion should not be heard Even
if they knocked out sub-paragraph
A, the petition shouldbe heard

on sub-paragraph B—that the
rate and assessment are in other

respects illegal etc.” He submittec
that if it was necessary there could
be an amendment to the petition
by adding to Paragraph 3a the
words “in that they are assessed at
the sum of $1,920.00 whereas the:

ought not to be assessed at all”
He agreed, however, that there
could be no amendment to the
original notice.

At this stage further hearing
wag adjourned,



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Capt Thomasen, from Surinam

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Schooner Frances W. Smith, 74 tons
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SS. Temple Arch, 2,983 tons net
Capt. Clinton, for St. Vineet

MV
net

Canadian Challenger,
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con
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priano, §.8
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Lady Rodney, SS. & Ana
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Sugar, Molasses for
Canada

THE motor vessel “Canadian
Chatlenger” sailed out on
Wednesday for Canada with a
load of 1,500- tons of sugar,
molasses and rum for Canadian
ports.

The “Challenger” is sailing for
Canada via the British Northern
Islands and Bermuda. It arrived
here on Sunday from South

Czechs Sack
Army Chief

PRAGUE, May 31.

The dismissal of General Bruno
Zapletal, chief of the Czechoslovak
Army supply services, was an-
nounced in an order of the day
issued by Dr. Alexe) Cepicka, Min-
ister of National Defence, and
General Jaroslav Probhazka, the
newly appointed Chief of the Gen-
eval Staff’ The Order said Gen-
wal Zapletal had been dismissed
vith immediate effect because he
had failed to take action concern-
ing, “gross shortcomings in the
supply and feeding of the

The Order charged him with in-
lifference and carelessness, and
with having tolerated an unsatis-
factory state of affairs in the Army
Supply Services.—Reuter, i

troops.”






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Published by Tho Advocate Co. 214., 34, Sroad St, Bridgetrwi



Friday, June 2, 1950



ROAD SAFETY

ON WEDNESDAY Col. R. T. Michelin
addressed the "bus drivers and conductors
of the island. It was a part of the attempt
that is being made to ensure a greater
degree of safety on the roads. The address
was held at the Empire Theatre and it was
unfortunate that the Colonel did not take
the opportunity to invite all users of motor
vehicles and to give to his address & greater

degree of applicability to all users of motor
vehicles.

Col. Michelin addressed himself to the
shortcomings of the ’bus drivers and con-
ductors but the problem of transportation
is not confined to one group. The Colonel
brought home to drivers and conductors of
motor omnibuses the grievances of the
public in respect of insanitary "buses and
the demand for greater courtesy and con-
sideration by travellers on "buses.

Where the Colonel tends to give an
erroneous impression is that many are apt
to infer from his remarks that drivers and
conductors are the only culprits in the
matter. He particularly took the conduc-
tors to task for the over-loading of "buses
but did not make mention of the fact that
many conductors overload their "buses in
an attempt—however misguided—to meet
the demands of an insistent public. Many
are willing to criticise the fines imposed by
Police Magistrates without being conver-
sant with all the facts. Many a time a
conductor charged with carrying excess
passengers tells the Court that had he not
done so school children would have been
late for school. Facing a situation where
the defendant is not flouting the law but
attempting to serve the public the Magis-
trate takes the view that the offence is not
a serious one.

Now the Commissioner of Police has
given warning that he will refuse to renew
licences of those conductors who have got
a number of convictions against them. It
does appear that a better alternative would
be for Police Magistrates to have the power
to suspend the licences of conductors as
they can do with drivers. There can be
little doubt that the Legislature would
make the necessary amendments to the Act.

Such criticisms as may be made are not
in disparagement of the efforts of the Com-
missioner and the Director of Highways
and Transport to bring order to the traffic
of the island and to secure safety on the
roads. Their efforts have been commend-
able and their innovations have been bene-
ficial to the island. The effort that Col.
Michelin has made to bring home to "bus
drivers and conductors their responsibility
to the public whom they serve is timely
and appropriate.

Concessionaires could also have been
aptly reminded of their responsibilities.
The drivers and conductors are expected
and required to appear clean and tidy on
duty but the supply of uniforms is in gen-
eral the duty of the drivers and conductors.
Can their wages stand the cost of such uni-
forms and the cost of keeping them clean?
Would it not be better for the Concession-
aires to supply uniforms as is done in Eng-
land and other countries and to train, tram,
and "bus employees.

The Commissioner has quite rightly
turned his attention to the prevention of

‘accidents but even in the best regulated

traffic system a number of accidents will
take place. It is time that Barbados had
compulsory third party insurance. At the
present time a person may be injured by
a motor vehicle only to discover that the

driver or owner is a man not able to pay
any compensation.

Indeed in Barbados hired cars and "buses
do not carry insurance at all either because
insurance companies are unwilling to carry
such policies or because the premiums are
prohibitive.

Col. Michelin and the Director of High-
ways and Transport should impress upon
the Government the necessity for such
Legislation and persuade them to intro-
duce the necessary Bill immediately.

Col. Michelin is to be congratulated on
the efforts being made to give Barbados an
efficient and courteous transportation sys-
tem. He deserves the support of all road
users, motorists, cyclists and pedestrians
alike. Through his efforts the risks of
death and injury on the highway will be
reduced and travel in ‘buses will be more
comfortable and more pleasant. But his
efforts will require not only obedience of
the law by *bus drivers and conductors, but
the willing and wholehearted support of all
users of the public highway and of public
conveyances.



°,

ON a laboratory bench in White-
chapel’s drab but well-equipped
London Hospital is a small, stop-
pered phial, which holds the hope
of millions of sick people

The white powder in the phial
marks the most important advance
yet made towards bringing to
patients everywhere the astonish-
} Ing powers of the American anti-
| rheumatism drugs called cortisone
and ACTH.

But what makes it even more
|exeiting is the fact that, within
the last year, experiments have
shown that these drugs may be
the key to new treatments for
| more than a score of other cripp-
| ling complaints, ranging from tu-
| berculosis to asthma,

To avoid raising false hopes—
| sinee the drugs are NOT available
to British patients—doctors have
|kept quiet about these develop-
ments outside their private med-
ical conferences.



But now, although I must stress
that perhaps years of further work
will be needed before the new

drugs will be ready for routine use,
the fact that a revolution in med-
}ical’ thought is taking place can
no longer be concealed

‘on ACTH was described by a
doctor as “like a religious meet-
| ing, with men popping up all over
| the house to tell of some seeming
miracle.”

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| Lee Wade At

After three days of utterly ex-
hausting holiday this weary one
awoke to a sickly world [ast
Tuesday afternoon, wrecked by
nausea and great gloom. It was
one of those awakenings when the
mere beating of fly's wings re-
semble thunder claps—when one
wishes one was not just dead but
well decomposed to boot. He did
, Not awaken gently—a harsh voice
|roared, “Up, lout, for today you
| are supposed to do your one day's
| work at the House of Assembly in

order that you may obtain more
|cash to squander. It is extremely
doubtful that a sight such as you
| will be permitted to even enter,
jbut away anyway and let the
| House tolerate your unwelcome
| self for a few hours.” Protesting
and whining feebly, the body was
dressed, given a bracer, eight cents
for bus fare, and thrown to the
mercy of the working world. Three
o'clock saw the wreck totter across
| Trafalgar Square, groaning piti-
| fully and pleading for aid. Kind
| bystanders led the creature in the
| right direction and hauled it up
[the steps to the august Chamber.
'A chair was produced and the
| thing was draped over it as a disn
| Tag over a sink. A visiting tourist
| found the object of considerable
interest, and showed some sur-
prise when it was explained that
it was not something dragged out
}of the swamps but merely Lee
| Wade at work





All was peaceful and serene
when the unhappy one found him-
self dragged to its feet and held
jthere whilst His Honour the
| Speaker stalked into the House,
preceded by the Mace. Limp be
tween supporting hands the re-
| volting ome saw, through glassv
eyes, the Speaker mount to his
dais and bow to the Government
members on the left. His Honour
then turned to bow to thé right,



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and may lay the germs more open
to attack by germ-killing drugs.

Long-standing cases of asthma
have reacted so favourably to
ACTH that for the first time for
years patients have been free
from breathlessness, Dr, P. M. F.
BISHOP told a Guy’s Hospital
medical meeting recently.

Good Response

Hay-fever responds immediate-
ly,” he went on, “PSoriasis (a
distressing skin complaint) is re-
lieved. Rheumatic fever and rheu-
matic carditis (infsmmation of
the heart) have alse teen shown
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and was doubtless somewhat sur-
prised to observe nothing but
vacant chairs. Closer investigation
revealed the presence of the leader
of the Opposition, Mr. Wilkinson,
and Mr. Reece—the lone repre-
sentatives of the other side. His
Honour the Speaker spoke soft
words to the effect that, through
lack of a quorum, the House was
adjourned until next Tuesday. His
Honour left, whereupon those
holding the corpse at the Press
table left too, allowing the body
to slump back into the chair in :
natural attitude. It was later re-
moved and carried to a bus at
Probyn Street for dispatch to its
hovel. It arrived back, limp and
futile, needing only love and sym-
pathy. It received neither And
why are you not at the House doing
your work, you worthless goon
Why are you back here to plague
us instead of earning much needed
collars to support your starving
brocd and pacify your creditors?
Answer me, despicable cad— reel there drooling.” “But love,”
moaned the object. “I have, on my
oath been to the House—but
“Daddy” Adams is away, and
doubtless many others must be
unwell, for they were not present,
and there was no session so help
me.” “Don't give me that,” snaried
the delicate lily. “you hav been
to some dive and nowhere near th-
House.” You have been guzzling
with your rowdy friends. Things
like you should fall into a deep
pit and be covered with lime. The
House hasn’t met for three weeks
—who is looking after the affairs
of the colony if it didn’t meet to-
day? “Not me, love,” lisped the
abused one, as, the object of scorn
and derision, it limped away to
its bed of straw in the out-house
Hours later the effects of rigor
mortis began to pass, and the
creature began to brood on
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tressing symptons. These vanish
when extra cortisone is supplied

Experiments show that when
the body’s supply of cortisone is
inadequate, breakdown-sympton:
can be produced by mental stress
—anxiety and frustration. That is
why heart ailments, mental com-
plaints, and possibly cancer are
spreading as the tension of civil-
ised living increases, doctors
argue.

Possible Uses

These findings suggest that
cortisone-type drugs may be valu-
able in the treatment of suct
stress-complaints. Trials of ACTE
@8 a possible cure for ‘split-mind
afe under way

The drugs may also be used to
cut down infant mortality,
especially among premature
babies. Tests have shown that the
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own. “I was there.” it
“As I was taken downstairs I met
Mr. Keith Walcott—ask him—he'll
prove I was there.” “It is now
trying to involve innocent people
in its crimes,” explained the lady



of the h to a few disgusted
guests. “Ask Mr. Reece,” yelped
the clod, “he'll tell you I was
there.” Screaming its innocence
the unbelieved wretch was led

back to the kennel—where it has
remained ever since. “It suffers,”
went on the keeper of the keys,
from hallucinations — only last
week it claimed it saw flying
Saucers, and now it claims to have
attended a meeting which wasn't
Some of its relatives were similar-
ly affected—one even claimed t
have seen the Loch Ness monster
She had the sympathy of all—I
have the understanding of none—
the abuse of all—Woe is me

THE _GAMBOLS



(A_ AFRAID THERES NOTHING FOR
HiT BUT TO FACE UP TO PAYING
| THe BILLS OUT OF INCOME





nL | things, Russian progress is more obvious.

shrilled, |

FRIDAY, JUNE = 1956
|
‘

‘What Is He Like To-day?

Russia has two Armies = A
Spearhead and a Lumbering
Mass coming along Behind

Says LIDDELL HART
In ‘Defence of The West’

WHAT has happened to the Red Army that
our well-equipped troops met on the Elbe in
1945? ;

Then our men sent home impressions of
disorderliness, untidiness, stupidity, and
primitiveness . They saw businesslike tanks
mingling with horses and carts. 4

They met infantrymen whose reptuation
for a rather dull stubbornness, mixed with
surprising resourcefulness, had gone ahead.

Today, behind the curtain, that strange
army is reorganising. Experts are agreed
that it has 175 fully manned divisions, com-
pared with the eight that Britain and France
have in Europe. ee Pp

But the main threat to the West lies in
Russia’s 18 armoured and motorised divisions
that would be the spearhead of attack.

For the Russians have two armies—the
army of quality and the army of quantity; the
spearhead and the lumbering mass.

Their 1950 weapons are likely to be good.
The Russians began the last war with better
rifles than the Germans. Their machine guns
were as good. Their, mortars, looking -as
though they had been made in the village
smithy, were handy and accurate.

FOOL-PROOF TANK

RUSSIA ended the war with one of the
best tanks -— the T34. It had two inches of
armour, a three-inch gun, a.speed of 34 miles
an hour, and a low, hard-to-hit silhouette.

Typically, the crew were cramped and the
instruments poor; but it was fool-proof and
suitable for their rather simple men and for
the test of battle.

Since the war they have had German tech-
nicians to help them. Even without them,
during the war, they kept ahead in tank
design and production. It is wise to reckon
that they are now at least keeping their old
rate of progress in design. They are also likely
to be keeping to their old policy of the mass
production of one or two simple types of tank.
In the war this technique was a great help
to rapid output in. quantity.

The German panzers had a dozen different

nere!types of armoured vehicles which greatly

Hoe tee the repair and spare parts prob-
tem.
sy at {to rest with the Russian tank policy.

The balance of advantage would seem
In the air, where it is more difficult to hide

Their ouput today is the highest in the
world; but it is mainly of light ground co-

. Dr.| operatidn and training types.
}

j

As with their tanks, production is helped
by simplicity. Most of their airplanes are
of wood.

Russia’s big handicap is engine design, in
which they have been greatly helped by their
purchase of Rolls-Royce Nene jet engines
from Britain. Several new jet fighters have
been seen travelling at more than 600 miles
an hour.

They are probably concentrating on atom
bomber interception, although they have
developed new long-range bombers.

Heavy transport aircraft now being pro-
duced in Soviet factories may fill that odd
gap in their last-war forces—airborne troops.
pelthough they were the first to put their
troops into parachutes, they have still not
, used them in battle. The probable reasons are

| that they had too few transport airplanes and

| too backward a technique of navigating.

| SUBMARINE FLEET

| THE Soviet Navy is worth mention be-
| cause, although it has only three battleships,
|some nine cruisers, and perhaps 60 mostly
jout-of-date destroyers, it has two aircraft
;carriers and 250 submarines — the largest
| submarine fleet in the world.

‘| Now that they have German schnorkels,

| German experts, and component parts for
| building many more schnorkels, they can
threaten our seaborne supplies.
Beyond that is the possibility of developing
submersible troop-carriers — an attractive
idea to a Power without command of the sea.
An undersea approach, combined with an air-
borne attack, might be formidable.

_ But so would be the difficulties for a force
inexperienced in amphibious operations.

Russia’s sharpest weapon remains the arm-

oured spearhead of her army. That must
remain the target of Western defence.

; HIS ANSWER

WHAT of Britain’s Army? Liddell Hart
says: Scrap Conscription. “Rebuild nine or
ten high-quality divisions from an army of
ieee regulars. Let them be in a state of
instant readiness to deal with a spearhead
| attack.

Reasonable pay obtained from the savings
on conscription would soon bring volunteers
to the Army; and there would be money left
over for more tanks.
"Defence of the West” is Published by Cassell, Price 12s, Gd.

—L.ES.

| Maybe Some Cannot Bear Noise

The Editor The Advocate,

SIR,—I see that my letter has

been answered by Noisebox

off my mind.

the thing off.’
Nevertheless,

noise all around”

bear it!

ences,

homes. But fortunately



| I would like to remind
" that I have always lived

not a rowdy place.

it a quiet place, naturally,

| rise to a tendency to want and

| surroundings:

| and like an oldster reluctant to

| give up his or her old home, I
am reluctant to give up my peace-
ful section of little Barbados.

peaceful

retain

Furthermore, when the

Right now JI would like to get this
I do not have one
of those things, there’s no need to
since I am completely surrounded
| by them, and if I did I certainly
| would not forget that the eminent
men of science have provided us
with a little knob that can turn

“environment
rmekes the man”, and it does not
take a hot mathematician to prove
that “noise outside, noise inside,
would give
forth a combination of keeping
noise, or certainly being able to

Again I have all the conveni-
inconveniences of modern

have all been soberly used; and
quiet, or supposedly quiet district,

Being reared
| from the time I was able to hear

“583”. om quite ready to throw

comes that things have gone be—
yond recall and ear-endurance, |

mask of “deep concentration, at-
tention, and reflection”, (if J did
not have these I would not be at

the delivery
prompt

of
off my

ing fire in Barbados.





should be made easier and also
letters
In other words,
should be speeded up and trans-
portation. These seem to be hang-

and worsen? I also agree that
another Hospital is needed, and
should be equipped on modern
and spacious lines with offices on
the main floor and presenting a
better entrance.

more
mailing

school wasting my parents’ God only knows how our Our Doctors are also entitled to
money) mind somebody else's pusine en get through in such a Work in better surroundings, anda
business for once, torget every dilatory atmosphere without such pressure. Could not
one — a rine ft BARBARA a suitable spot be found in Bridge-
once, or trying to sleep for once = : town or its near outskirts ? e
and keep more noise than “583” Makeshift?

has

dent who is raised out
peaceful environment,

in the world besides you,

they

k5g3”
in a

Mail Boxes

gives

the service of the Advocate
me and others how

boxes are available in

time scattered about. Mailing

even been accustomed t
bearing, or could hear for once as
befits a peaceful struggling stu-

for
For once and for all, remember
there are different types of people

some who cannot bear noise, and
think that our good God has put
us one and all on this earth but
for onte, everyone with an equa!
chance in life and only for once

STILL OVER-SENSITIVE
SCHOOLBOY

The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—Would you kindly through

many

town ? In many streets thers
to be no Mail Box, and only a fey

> seems

of his

once be

smarter

counter.
maybe

book and
also in demand.
At present it looks like

Buses and passengers,

inform thankful to read
letter Honourable Dr
Bridge- ing the unsatisfactory conditions

letters affairs has been allowed

The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I would like to emphasise
that Probyn Square, or the New
Bus Stand be better lighted, and
in appearance,
have a clock and modern lunch
What will visitors and
tourists think of this? That is the
question to be asked. A couple of
newspaper-stands

shift, and not a leading stand for

TRAVELLER.
New Hospital
To the Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—The Public should be very

the report
Massiah concern-

existing at our General Hospital
How is it that this condition of

Praying that something be done
to help the sick of our island, and
also the medical staff.

ALARMED CITIZEN.
More Buses
The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Recently in your papers
I had been seeing conductors re-
ported for overloading buses and
very heavy fines imposed, It was
a grand idea for five people in a
seat in areas where bus transpor.-
tation is every 15 minutes, but
what about the country man who
has sometimes to wait hours be-
fore he gets a bus

I am specially referring to those
people who live in Garden and
Holetown. Very often they have to
walk to Paynes Bay in order to
get a bus. I hope v ry soon a bus
will be leaving hourly and
during festivals quarter hourly.

A DAILY BUS USER
Holetown, June 1, 1950.

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Barbados

Of Commerce
Report of the Council for the Year 1949

Meetings

The following meetings
held during the year:—

The annual general meeting;
Three quarterly general meetings;
Twelve monthly meetings of the
Council; One special meeting of
the Council,

Membership

The membership at the end of
1948 was 144. During 1949 six new
members were elected. One mem-
ber resigned and one died. The
total number of members at the
end of 1949, therefore, was 148.

were

Finance

The credit balance at the begin-
ning of 1949 was $2,519.48. Sub-
scriptions from members during
the year amounted to $5,355.20.
Receipts from other sources were
$164.77. The expenditure for the
year was $5,498.47 leaving a credit
balance of $2,540.98 at the end of
1949.

The Commercial Journal

The credit balance of the Com-
mercial Journal account at the be-
ginning of the year was $900.65.
The receipts from subscriptions
and advertisements were $1,109.20,
The expenses in connection with
the publication of the journal
amounted to $616.96, leaving a
credit balance at the end of the
year of $1,392.89.

Visitors

The Council was pleased to wel-
come the following visitors during
the year:

Mr. J. H, Brace, Chairman of
the Executive Committee of the
Canadian Chamber of Commerce;
Mr, E. P. McClintock, Assistant
Australian Trade Commissioner;
Mr. A. Douglas-Smith, Resident
Tutor of the University College of
the West Indies; Mr. G. M. Da-
Costa, Vice-President of the Ja-
maica Chamber of Commerce, and
a party of twenty members of the
Jamaica Chamber of Commerce,
who visited this island during a
goodwill flying tour of the Carib-
bean.

The Chamber’s Dinner

The annual dinner of the Cham-
ber was held on 6th December.
There were 35 members of the
Chamber present and 26 guests.

; Obituary

The Council record with regret
the death of Mr. Harold Phillips
which occurred during the year.
Mr. Phillips was a_ successful
businessman and a popular sports-
man.

Conferences

The following conferences of
interest to the commercial com-
munity were held during the year
in this Colony:

(1) The initial meeting of the
Customs Union Commission took
place at Hastings House on 10th
January, under the chairmanship
of Mr. J. McLagen, O.B.E., and
lasted three days

(2)_A conference was called at
the request of the Canadian Gov-
ernment to discuss proposals for
the future of the Canada-West
Indies shipping services. At the
invitation of the local Government
the Council chose Mr. D. G. Lea-

The following table gives

and nett tonnage of vessels arriving at the port during 1949:

Class of Vessel Nationality

Steam and Motor .. British
American
French
Argentine
Panamanian
Duteh
Colombian
Norwegian
Swedish
Italian
Honduran
Greek ..
Chilian
Belgian
Danish
Tankers + British
Dutch ..
Swedish

+-Duteh ..
.. British
French

Tugs .. ee
Sailing Vessels

Total Merchant Shipping

The following table shows the
rumber of steam and motor vessels
which arrived at the port of
Bridgetown during the years 1944



Year No, of Steam and
Motor Vessels
1944 113
1945 174
1946 271
1947 441
1948 441
1949 547

Air Traffic

The number of commercial air-
craft arriving at Seawell Airport
during 1949 was 1,242, as com-







} kindly consented to prepare an-



Chamber

£,062 tons of char
1949 from

coal and fy)

during follewing so

the

BG
Dorninica
St. Lucia
P.W.1



cock, Jr., to act as an advisor to
the local representatives.

(3) The third full meeting of the
Oils and Fats Conference was held
on 16th and 17th August under
the chairmanship of Professor
c. G. Beasley.

(4) A conference of West Indian
Governors was held from 7th to

The Sugar Industry

The rainfall during the period
November, 1947 to January, 1949,
Was satisfactory and well distri-
buted. Although the rainfall dur-
ing November and December,
1947 was below the average, that
for January, 1948, was normal and

: there was sufficient moisture to
12th November with the Earl of] establish the young plant cane
Listowel, Minister of State forlcrop. The period February to
‘Colonial affairs, as Chairman. April, 1948, was dry and_ this

Comparative Prices of Goods
From the U.K. and Doliar
Countries
During the year Mr. A. S. Bryden

somewhat retarded the germina-
tion and development of the
ratoons. The rainfall during the
period May to December, 1948 was
above the average and was well
other memorandum in which com- distributed allowing both plant
parison was made between similar canes and ratoons to make full use
goods from the U.K. and dollar of the nitrogenous _ fertilizers
countries. Items in everyday use which were applied between mid
were chosen and the details were| J4"e and early August.
obtained principally from figures
supplied by the Dry Goods and
Hardware Committees. The re-
port showed that in the majority
of cases the prices of British goods
were substantially higher than
goods of the same quality from
dollar countries.

At a quarterly general meeting

The area devoted to sugar cane
cultivation in 1949 was 41,241
acres as against 39,705 acres in
1948. These figures include 7,000
aeres for land under peasants’
cane (estimated).

The equivalent of 50,500 pun-

Firewood
|
|

70 tons

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
)

eae \| OFFENCES

urce

Charcaal Pirewood

oe ee DECREASE
nh | ALBANS
ae “ane | preps OF THE recent
i heavy fines imposed 6n
“i ——— . asses drivers for speeding, the number
Bs oa - cee ee au of traffle offences tor exceeding
Ps a , “AL. the. a i of Decéa 5 the speed limit is decreasing

There was not a single driver
charged yesterday with exceeding
the speed limit but on the other
hand two cyclists charged

1949 approximately
cheons of this Fancy
mained in this island

12,500 , pun-
Molasses re-
It is expect-



. 4 were
> é ff the 195 Tr O- ;
a oo : a 7 ~— oP ee for riding without lights and one
cucetion about 41, pUunCcheOMS| for disregarding the One Way re- *
equivalent of Fancy Molasses wili sane

gulations
be required for export

SH XMAS,” the Gaumont

Wu

aig Sie s A pee gee B British Instructional film,
through the Ministry of Food, has] was recently received by the Brit-
purchased the entire exportable} ich Council and will be shown in
output of sugar during the 1950] the regular weekly shows for

crop season The price includ®s) aqults on Fridays at 4.45 p.m, at

2/9 per ewt, which under the} Wakefield. On Saturdays it will
Sugar Industry (Rehabilitation,|pbe shown at 9.30 a.m for
Price Stabilisation and Labour | ehildren

Welfare) Act, 1947, will be de-

posited to the special reserve Normally only documentary

films are shown but “Bush Xmas”
is a full length feature film, pri-
marily intended for older chil-
dren but appealing just as much
to grown-ups

funds. The price to the manufac-
turer of sugar, based on a cif
price of 27/9 per ewt. (i.e 30/6
less 2/9), is to be $5.364 per 100
Ib. (96° basis) of sugar

The preduction figures for stgar
for the years 1946 to 1949 are as
follows:—

The story shows the adventures
of an Australian family in track-
ing horse-thieves and offers real
entertainment,

1946 1947 1948 soe LARGE NUMBER of motor

. eck SY ,
on Shona ea react. a ware V.P. Sugar 111,933 86,369 56,496 133,868 vehicle drivers invaded the
PI Muscovado Sugar 1,377 1,655 1,262 1,991 Traffic Department of the Central
ere. of s. mee at Bo *Fancy Molasses 20,410 23,208 20,468 16,872 Police Station yesterday to get
possibility o: Canadian ship- — ee = : a aie cae’ deviaei rn
Ping services to the B.W.I. being! Total 133,720 111,232 78,226 152,731 their driving licences renewed for

curtailed or withdrawn entirely

as a result, of the great reduc- *Equated at the rate of 330 wine

tion in the volume of cargo|8#lons per ton of sugar.
moving South bound = from .
Canada to the B.W.I. which Food Crops
has been brought about by! Emergency regulations for the

the Import Control Restrictions. It} compulsory planting of ground
was suggested in the resolution} provisions and vegetables con-
that these regulations should be] tinue to be enforced

modified so as to permit a greater : ee ats es
amount of trade being transacted] _ During the 1y49-50 Crop Year,
between Canada and the B.W.i,|the total area required to be
Copies of this resolution were sent| Planted was reduced in holdings
to the local Government, interested | of 10 acres and over, to 21 per
organisations and individuals in| cent. from 26 per cent in the pre-
Canada; and to all the Chambers| vious year, and in holdings of
of Commerce in the BW.L., sugges- to 10 acres to 20 per cent.
ting that they should take similar] from 25 per cent. in the previous
action. year, These reductions were made
eee in view of the satisfactory food
Shipping position at the end of the previous
During the year 999 Merchant] year.

Vessels with a total nett tonnage The keeping of livestock by
of 1,234,120 tons arrived at the| plantations was, however, main-
port as compared with 97i vessels} tained at the same level as before,
of 1,076,557 tons in_1948. In addi-| viz. one livestock unit to every 20
tion to the above, 4 British Men| acres of land.

of War, 10 American Men of War,

13 Yachts, 8 Royal Fleet Auxili-| painpaun

aries, 3 Training Ships and one The rainfall for the years 1946





49 is as follows

the 1950-51 period
The final survey of actual plant-
ings has revealed that the requile-
ments were more than fulfilled
The Government Factory %â„¢
Lancaster operated for a period
of approximately 6 weeks in tne
processing of cassava and sweet
potato meal, which is incorpor
ated in the Balanced Animal Feed.

All licences for 1949-50 expired
on Wednesday, and the renewing
of licences will continue for many
weeks. Ths clerks in the Traffic
Department will be kept busy
throughout this period

HE FINAL MOBILE CINEMA




































ve ¥ show for this week will be
A total of 6,016 bags of processed | given on the Coleridge School
meal was manufactured. pasture to-night for the benefit

of the residents of the Coleridge

Cotton School area of St. Peter
The area of cotton cultivated . Other activities for to-night
plantations during the 1948-49) wil) be the Police Band Concert

season was 140 acres 3 rd., which
yielded 45,319 lbs. of seed cotton,
with a crop average per acre f
$22 lbs. of seed cotton. Peasants
planted 581 acres of cotton, yield-
ing 175,797 lbs. of seed cotton or
3024 lbs. per acre. The total area
under cotton cultivation was 721
ac, 8rd., as compared with 137 ac
1 rd. 30 p. in the previous year

at Hastings Rocks and a lecture
on “Salesmanship” which will be
given by Mr. G. F. Sharp, for-
mer Postmaster General, at the
Y.M.C.A

oe. ROAD, ST. GEORGE,

was the scene of a mid-week
accident between motor car G.111,
owned by Eustace Clarke of Mel-
verton, Sf. George, and driven by
his son, John Clarke of the same
address and a mule drawn cart,





Dutch Gunboat called at Barbadus 1946 1947 1948 1949 owned by Bulkeley Lid., and
during 1949. In the Hiahlands 51.16 ins. 43.45 ins 75.91 ins 64.56 ins driven by Lawrence Gibson of
627 vessels whose gross tunnage In the Lowlands 43.37 ins 35 09 ins % s me ee Stepney Tenantry ‘ a. ze
amounted to 73,680 tons entered Average for the whole Island 46.65 ins, 38.80 Ins eee, matt Sf ee ml ver
the Careena as against 691 i: oken, Ss a
vessels _ of 65.716 tons gross {| INCOME TAX STATISTICS FOR THE VEARS ee injured. The left head lamp and
1948; of these 159 were steam and iodo 194 Tod? Vouk i9tt 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 [fender of the car were damaged
$250 710% my
maicvomnaine emainaer beim | ram I tHE oe oe ye 3a vt ot it jt] AT ABOUT 18.10 Pat, on
ey ‘ /-" 1/- - : 3] adnesday, g re f
The Crulse Ships “Stella Polaris” a abs ch Re ae a /- 9/3 2/3 2 2 Wednesday, . f re © ee
(3 calls), “Britannic,” “Argentine” 1 600 (1/- S/o. Bf-. Be) 8 3/3 3: S/e 3 known origin broke out at a wal
and “Brazil” made a total of six bot a0 1/4 3 4 4 4 ed Renee | Se a“ wyeee a * wanes
visits to Barbados during the year.| , bo, une pyaiihae oe Bee OO Be 8 ve 0978 «Vela ee 1S tre ae
j ‘ "25 3 ts 5/6 5/6 7 1/3 1/3 7/6 7/6)is the property of Albert Guiler
The total number of tourists| 1,501 1,750 3/- 4 66 66 7 A ee aA ae Oe have
carried by these vessels was 1,626. | 1,751 R000 She Ale EO. OPO ee ee | ae 8 ye] and is insured. :
y © bhopabae Bd 2,500 3/- 5 8/- 8/- 8/6 8/9 9 3 u : The Fire Brigade quickly ar-
Teen aaRRR Te peneennete 2,501 re ae on. 10, 10 6 it } i it it 3 12 rived on the scene and soon after
i i , Y 5 e B/- fa 0/- i s é §
Sees fo eb owes ee eae Sool 7s00 ¢ fs Be iz > 42) 126 136 136 13/6 13 15/-lhad the blaze under control.
during 1949, exclusive of intransit| 5.9% 10,000 6/- 8/- 12/- 12/- 12/6 13/0 13/6 13/8 18/9 18/-
passengers and tourists, was 4,796.| Gyer 10.000 6/- 10/- 12/- 12/- 12/6 13/6 13/6 18/6 13 5 LORRY OWNED BY Spring
_ PS IN THE £ t spring
ee RENNES Seay Corny 1940 ©1941 mia Toa 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 Hall Ltd., St. Lucy, was ex-
Gy sen wap 3,086. ‘trax on Companies 2/6 4/- 5/- : P h., ‘i FY: Re Re STR. Sees) 2 tensively damaged when it caught
Tax on Life Assur- a BE Se ete a oe 1 at t 2.30 , on
‘ ‘ i ls, 48d 95d 9.5d 95d 325 3.28 3.28 3.159 315s} fire at abou ‘ p.m
the class, nationality, number | ance POUR ER Te hie Tax and Death Duties Collected for the year Wednesday while returning from
ee ; 2 7 Friendst Plantation where it
9 5 946 1947 1948 1949 niendship
sey a ee x ieee i . £ £ £ dropped a load of canes. It is in-
No. of Nett 124,762 172,002 264,779 296,928 382,519 524,178 524,737 608.523 671,250 630,138 sured.
Vessels tonnage ; ;
7 630,006 ’ ’ ‘ i The Land Acquisition Act, R. J. N. SMITH, Chief Clerk
& "ae The en The Co-operative Societies Act of the Harbour and pie
5 13,437 : “ aS ping Department, resumed us
6 22,603 From an analysis of the Govern - General duty yesterday after four weeks
o 0,087 ment’s budget expenditure fo sick leave, Lt. C. E. Neblett wa
Fy : 4,900 1950—51, it is found that the sur-— Phe following were some of the] Acting Chief Clerk during thi
4 7,151 oi ne ad 0g eres eon iget principa! matters which received] period.
4 18,702 $4,870,000. he capital DUCES” the attention of the Council dur- oo a seit
3 an deficit is shown as $534,819 and ing the year: — eae ae oer nan.
1 42 the current budget surplus 1S "phe improvement of the run-] - a2 Soa raoyny Fes ee
4 14 estimated to be $160,360, leaving way at Seawell. sen i the fe ow ne oe
1 531 2,495 1,185,011 an estimated balance on the 31st “The slow progress of the sugar |e Shown at the mon ay ra Hen
Coa Se h, 1951 of $4,495,541. talks i 1 of the Combermere Schoo 1
% _ oo . aiks ib’ London. Boys’ Association in the Schoo}
‘ ‘ é cs ea ; g
1 1 7,284 25,248 Legislation Increased representation on the Hall s to night, beginning at
se The following bills of commer- Control B i o’clock:— oe
“an ‘un cial interest were passed by the Sih Aa te Industry Bill . British News, English Sg
511 ; ‘ ‘ : stice, Sea Se s, St aul’
297 23,808 Legislature during 1949:— The delivery of perishable gooda | Justice, Sea Scouts, S kl
Cathedral
art Tec ie The Income Tax (Amendment) ey wharf, — Dns his Galea mace
” . Act. : . : so § a &
The Rates of Income Tax Act. ‘Tariff rates for taxis. after the programme.
K.L.M. a ns 13 The Vestries (Amendment) Act. The high cost of British goods, N ACCIDENT OCCURRED ai
sak sch a 4 The Estate & Succession Duties Increase in the price of British the junction of Baxters Road
Trans Canada Airlines 7 | (Amendment) Act, goods following revaluation, and King Strect earlier this
In addition to the above, 82 mili- The blocking of the entrances] week between a bicycle own-
tary and 11 private aircraft landed| The Stamp (Amendment) Act. to business premises by parked|ed by E. L. Watkins of West
at ane ree j The = Age Pension (Amend- ears, bury Road and ridden by Dar-
_ the number of passengers. ar-|ment) Act. The Press lington Alleyne of the same
riving by air during the year was The House of Assembly (Re- Once ‘avain the Council wish to] address, and another bicycle rid-

12,074 and the number departing
by air was 11,963.

In December, Trans Canada Air-
lines began calling at Seawell on
their South bound trip, making
one call per week with their four-
engined North Star D.C. 4 planes.
It is anticipated that they will call
at Barbados on their North bound
trip when the new runway at

muneration of Members) Act.
The Executive Committee (Re-
muneration of Members) Act.
The Customs Tariff (Amend-
ment) Act.

The Merchandise Marks Act.
The Aliens (Amendment) Act.
The Representation of the Peo-











den by 14-year-old Aubron Grant
of Water Hall Land, with Teddy
Harper on the bar,

Both Harper and Grant fell.
Harper was treated at the Gen-
eral Hospital for injuries

A FIRE OF UNKNOWN ORI-
GIN broke out at Eastmont

express their appreciation for the
assistance which they have re-
ceived from the Press during the
past year.
A. R. TOPPIN,
Acting President.

J. ROBERT PETERKIN
Secretary,



y , 5 Plantation, St. John at about
pared with 1,141 in 1948, These present under construction has Die, Caen. Ane 18th May, 1950 1.00 pm., on Tuesday and de
were operated by five Airlines as been completed. stroyed 1,809 holes of second
follows:— The operation of telecommunica- crop young canes, They are the

British West Ingian tion oe at hoe Airport e property of the Trustees of the
Airways... 1,191 was taken over in December by Ol yY la atate- eee and were
Nationwide .. as 21 International Aeradio Ltd. 1c ugos Vv ae Mi, Aysn one
* e i ,
EXPORT TRADE FIGURES Champ For Army Officers NOTHER FIRE, WHICH oc-
SUGAR » curred at about 1.45 a.m. on
et! | ee Oe et oe tone U S Ra | d T : I Tuesday at St. David's Road
iw. fonk fans 2 ot ea 5 one ce nder ria Christ Church, destroyed
ystal 76,708 43,091 116,699 1,757,881 1,065,878 3,019,591 SYDNEY, June 1 f I boarded and shingled hou Seance’
Moin 1,834 1,851 2.587 "98422 | 28,691 40,098 Mervyn Wood, of Australia, <.; 3ELGRADE, June 1 ued $100. It is the property ©
Muscovado 1,000 1,025 1,550 20,000 20,500 31,000 Olympic and Empire Games scul- .,0Vi¢t Military Attache General! Frank Ward of the same addre
White Crystals 2,919 3,085 5,773 72,962 87,151 183,213 ling champion, announced to-day idorovic, started enquiries in}anq was not insured.
82,461 49,652 126,609 1,879,265 1,202,220 3,273,902 i that he had acceyted an invitation Yugoslavia immediately after the
palatal, er | ahaa | oY O feeteneoee St ree to compete in ihe Philadelphia Cominform’s denunciation of the
MOLASSES Gold Cup Challenge Race on the Tito regime, about the reaction of
1947 «1948 1949 1947 i948 1949 Schuoly River in September. Yugoslav army chiefs in the event 66¢ ‘ands
gallons gallons _— gallons £ £ £ h tically be of a Russian attack, it was alleged vy .
Fancy Molasses 76A2,774 6,414,079 4,143,813 1,114,570 1,028,925 612,939 Wood, who automatically "at a trial here today.
Choice ; 219,789 143,401 7,099 = 32,052, 3,013» 36,550 came the holder of the Cup, e yoo
Vacuum Pan 1,763,014 @ ya «8 = | emblematic of the World’s Cham- Indicted before the military re we
Bottoms te Ager? ieee NC ise are Dee ey Beane. by chrome! ine ure court were two senior partisan
7,887,440 6,560,630 6,143,926 1,147,279 1,052,170 682,358 title, was challenge y John army officers, 36-year-old Branko
Rum (including ships’ stores) : Kelly, American champion and Petricevic, a pre-war law student —SAYS MAGISTRATE
“ eae pe ee ver holder of the Champion sculls. who rose to the rank of Major-
1407.054 £26,976 647,748 343,703 376,639 255,242 Accompanied by his wife, Wood General in Tito’s resistance “MY hands are tied; I am
The values of staple crops exported during the’years 1945—49 are as follows :— will leave by air for San Francisco movement and 34-year-old Vlado| sending you to prison for one
seid A ans in August.—Reuter. Dapcevic, a former engineer who] month,” His Worship Mr. B
1948 1,789,517 785,168 255,244 became a Colonel and whose|Griffith told Lionel Walters a
1947 1,879,255 1,147,279 343,703 “eg : s¢ brotner Peka Dapcevic, now 4)2}-year-old labourer of Suttle
ise eee aed oialces Good Communists General, was a legendary figure| Street yesterday after he found

Percentage Table of Exports of Local ite 2a Manufactures of the Colony, 1945-49
1

1946 1947 1948 1949

MustExpose Friends

Kingdom 39.2 38.7 33.2 26.2 50.0
See 47.0 47.7 51.3 52.0 29.6 sepiet 3 :
Other parts of the British Empire 10.4 9.6 12.1 21.0 8.7 LO! DON, une }.
U.S.A. 29 29 3.0 4 1.0 Moscow Radio today criticised
Oy ee Sr in berte for the Years 1945-49 as . . 7 otherwise “good Communists” who
hata narnia dh Maat 1945 1946 1947 1948 — 1949: | Were reluctant to expose the “anti-
United Kingdom yl a. ona oe Ge social attitudes of comrades
Canada is of the British Empire 18.6 1600213, 165 b10 |Scme do not want to become in-
Yther parts © ne - . i = , ¢ nant = a.
TSA j 149 10.8 198 12.2 125 volved in an embarrassing situa
Other foreign countries : BP a saiae 7 5 5.7 tion, others are chary of upsetting
Values of Imports ahd Exports for the Years 194 |a friend,” the broadcast said
Year Imports Exports Total Trade | > pt . ¢
1945 £3,410,727 £2,870,231 £.6,340,958 | “Such an attitude is un-Bolshe-
1946 ee Hrete caster | vik and un-Soviet Those who
947 7,124, /015,107 840,037 4 ‘ Rie alt in
1948 6,246,230 3,048,165 9.394.395 adopt it are guilty of a serious
1949 7,072,628 4,688,526 11,761,164 political crime.”—Reuter.

of the partisan war.—Reuter.

What's on Today

Court of Ordinary at 11.00
| a.m.
| Football at Kensington at
| 5.00 p.m.
|
|

him guilty of larceny as a bailee}
having been entrusted with a
quantity of milk valued at £1. 9/1
and owned by Dan Springer of
Wavell Avenue, Black Rock, did
fraudulently convert the same to
his own use on May 31.

Seibert Waldron—keeper of the
criminal records—said he knows
Walters who has two previous
convictions for larceny and on
the last conviction October 13,
\*1947 he was fined 10/- and given
| 14 days’ imprisonment with hard
labour




Mobile Cinema at Coleridge

School Pasture, St. Peter |

at 7.30 p.m.







Fresh Fruit
Arrives

Quantities of fresh fruit from
Dominica and St. Luch arrived

in the island yesterday by the
motor vessels “Caribbee” and
“Lady Joy” The “Caribbee”
called from Dominica while >
“Lady Joy” arrived from St

Lucia

Both vessels were in the Bay}
until evening awaiting berths ir
the Careenage. They will begir
to discharge their cargoes today

When these two vessels are ir
port, fruit vendors and carter:
crowd the waterfront to receive
the fruit and convey them to the
various points around the City
Hollingsworth 7 p.m

‘Student Prince’
Overhauled

With its hull high above water
the motor vessel “Student Prince
(223 tons net) glided into Car-
lisle Bay yesterday.

The “Student Prince’ will be
taken up on dock to-day for
general overhaul and cleaning 9
the bottom. It was tied up along-
side the dock yesterday in readi-
ness

After leaving dock, the vessel i
expected to take a load of molasses

for Newfoundland, It may be here !

until late next week.

The “Student Prince” was her
last week with a load of salte
fish from Newfoundland and the
it went on to Paramaribo with in-
transit cargo,

Obituary

Mr. W. A. Byer

THE death took place on Sat- |
urday last of Mr. W. A. Byer,|
retired schoolmaster at the age of
82 He was buried at th
Westbury Cemetery on Sun
day afternoon in the presence of
a large and representative gath-
ering,

Mr. Byer was
long line

the last of a
of elementary school-
masters who were revered by
many generations not because of
their age or their station in life
but because of the contribution
they had been able to make to
the members of the generations
who came under their care.

Sixty years ago Mr. Byer be-
came the headmaster of St.
Clement's School in St. Luey and
after a few years there,
came back to St. Michaei
where he established a reputation
as headmaster of St. Gile’s Boys
School.

He retired a few years ago from
the School to become a Lecture
in Teaching Methods at the Rawle

Training Institute) Here many)
of those who passed throug!
his hands as pupils now cam,

under his wider influence as
master in teaching methods.

Mr. Byer was highly respected
not only in his profession but by
the general public. He possesse:
an air of dignity which
brought him that respec
and an air of good fellow
ship which endeared him
a wide circle of friends an
admirers, Among the members
of a large family is one son who
has followed in his footsteps, Mr.
Igna Byer who is now headmas-
ter of St. Clement's School,

To his sorrowing widow an
children sincere condolence wi)!
be extended,

Mr. J. Edwin Croney

THE death and burial too»
place on Sunaay of Mr, J. Edwin
Croney, retired merchant of this
City at the ripe age of 88 years.

Mr. Croney wil be remember
ed in the more conservative days
as not being a very gentle poli-
tical opponent. A man of strong
views on every public question
he never failed to make them
known, either by writing to the
Press or interviewing the meri-
bers of the Legislature. As :
taxpayer he attended the hust-
ings and raised many controyver-
sial questions. He was entitled in
many respects to do so He had
a deep knowledge of business and
things Barbadian, He had fol-
lowed, although in a lesser de-
gree, the footsteps of a younger
prother, Mr. Hallam Croney wh
through the Press and public
platform had brought many un-~
comfortable moments to men in
public life by his devastating cri-
ticisms.

Mr. Edwin Croney was elected
a member of the St. Michael's
Vestry but failed in a contest for
the City seat in the House of
Assembly. Despite this however,
he maintained an undying inter-
est in politics. He retired from
business years ago as the head of
Gittens Croney & Co., and his
death came on Sunday es

s funeral took place the sam
pe Phe ped at the St. Michael’s
Cathedral in the presence of a
large gathering.











PAGL FIVE
â„¢ *
“Gascogne” Leaves for England

PEOPLE gathered at the Bag- Martinique. After @ very short
gage Warehouse yesterday eve- stay here, the vessel was on its
ning to say “goodbye” to their way to the first of ‘these ports.
relatives and friends who wer The “Gascogne” -steamed into
about to board the S.S. harbour about 4.45 p.m. from
“Gascogne” for Guadeloupe, Mar- Trinidad. After it was boarded
tinique and Plymouth by the Doctor, the passengers
were busy getting ready to take

The “Gascogne” called for 26 the launch which took them to

passengers—19 for Plymouth and
the other 7 for Guadeloupe and
’

the ship. All 26 of the passengets
travelled first class.—> 5

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DIED
BRATHWAITE—MRS LEVI (bette
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her late




day. Funeral will leave

residence Marchfield, St. Philip at 4
p.m. to-day for the St. Philip Parish
Church. No cards. Friends are ted
Levi Brathwaite thusband}, I hi

Brathwaite ‘daughter!, George Parr



‘brother), Valena Piggot ‘sister

(New York papers please copy)
CLARKE—ALBERTHA, moiher of Me
Clarke. Her funeral will leave |
Jate residence in Constitution Road at
£15 p.m. to-day for James Street
Methodist Church and’ then to the

Westbury Cemetery. Friends are asked |

to attend. |
Merle Clarke (daughter!. Mrs
Elsie Morris (niece) 2.6.50 |

OLTON—GEORGE “®DWIN, at his resi- |

dence yesterdey. His funeral leaves!
“Vesper Cot” White Park at 5 p.m.
this afternoon for the Westbury

Cemetery. Friends are asked to attend
Albertha Olton (wife), Audrey Gill)
(daughter), Louis Gill (son-in-law). +









IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH H. ELDER,
who died June 2nd 1945. Today 5 years
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c. L. Elder (Brother) M. H. Eldar,
(widow!
2.6.50—In. |
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In loving memory of our beloved

mother ROSALIE ALBERTHA DAVIS
who departed this life on June 2nd 1949
There is a dear face missing
A dear voice that is still;
A place is vacant in our
That never can be filled
The flowers we placed
grave
Have withered and decayed
But the love for you who sleep
beneath
Will never fade away
Will always be remembered by
Claretta Coppin, Florence Brathwaite,
Matilda Agard and Grandchildren
2.6.50—In

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AUCTION
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at their Offices, No. 17 High Street
Bridgetown, on Friday 2nd June 1950
jat 2 p.m

106 Shares in Barbados Shipping &

Trading Co. Limited
j West india Biscuit Co. Limited
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO
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BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



104 Sat L.C.C. Exams.



THE REPORTS on the Summer and Autumn Examinations held in
1949 tor the School Certificate of Commercial Education of. the
London Chamber of Commerce have just been released, and reveal
that of the 104 candidates who sat none gained a full certificate.
The reports are as follows: —

. SUMMER
The number of candidates entered for this Examination was 81

the

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li School Certificate of Commercial Education

——

$75 Million
Loan For
Argentina

WASHINGTON, June 1
Mr. Stanton Griffis, United
States Ambassador to Argentine,
said here that he understood a



iculars Dial 8134 ‘ is | 7 ects offered 17 were not taken, 145 “passes” were obtained, .
$ Dial ALMA npeaee sg | UNDER E SIL R ; i : a tained group of New York banks had
: TH VE Subject o Pecsentacs wit anda agree? {S extend a $75,000,000
= oo S . of passes a sent names .
_“BARNEGAT™, Peterkin's Road, (adja- HAMMER < 21 inehiding 8 Distinctions 48% 25 ; commercial credit to Argentina.
cent Strathclyde). For particulars Dial ore 3 Th i 1 » se
GE te a Ree | Y ; re 27% 22 2 e credit would be used to
| mi sso—tin.| 2 0%, TERBDAY ttm by order of, Me. | Comm . 7, 9 5 fiance Argentine purchases of
ae ptrie we wi se’ 1is Flouse | > = 3 * ors . ; i
BUNGALOW—From June ist, Arches | 2ppointments which are practically newd Blementary m a Ts * ee ee ee See:
Bungalow, St. Matthias Gap. (Contain. | “4, im Perfect cpndition at “Wendover” | Mathenatics “ - ‘ wr ment in the United States. >
ing all modern conveniences. Phone bie eae includes English ” ue 88% 5 3 The Ambassador said in an
Ni $251 sR pright Chairs, | ort d 12 ° ; 1g
m pe 25) a wm Serving and Ornament Tables, en | nntoitine 4% ; sine . : interview that final approval of
COTTAGE AND FLAT rent furnishea| 2)°!¢Y Dinner Waggon, Flat Top Desk, pewriting 3 1 With Distinetion 50% i } ‘the arrangement was awaiting the
or for sale together—Beautiful Vuran _ Sei Iecamene ee ae Chairs | French 32 19 including 6 Distinctions 61% 12 1 arrival in New York of Jose
he taciar & “ ions, Cock-Tai (2 i
Sea Water® (heted) teen Rosd—| and Coffee ‘Tables all. in| Mahogan; Sie winks Te Brignoli, head of the Exchange
bath rooms—Electric Cookers, Frigid-| tare, reas Quins and Cushions: Glass oral’ arty). Department of the Argentine
aires—Teleph : . 4 Ware, a Service, ectric Lamps, : - A
s—Telephone 2949 2.6.50.—.T.F.N Fish Knives and Forks, Plated Wave, | 268 145 107 Central Bank.
HOUSE—Fully furnished } ae mas 4ghts, Garden Lamp; E tric | a a aes
clzes residential district, 2 mile fo | TORS Two Single Bedsteads with Vono . AUTUMN Mr. Griffis saia that several
3 bedrooms, 2° living roome | SPrings, Windsor Presses, Vanity Table The number of candidates entered for this Examination was 23. banks were involved, including
offices. From July Ist 1950, to ae Seipies Mirrors and Stool all in as ree Candidates entered for the Full School Certificate of Commercial Educa: the National City Bank. He did
ary 1s 5 5 2 wi and very re), S ms | m
Dowsine Pha dine fo Mrs. C.B./ Won Bedstead and Spritigy Crem Paint romances Sandidates all entered for single subject certificates not name the others,
; 26.sot1n Uf@ Bedstead, Dressing ‘Table, Desk Xe J No candidate gained a Full Certiioas. cp tance iets i ee The loan would supplement a
"| Three very good Deep Sleep Mattresses, | 4 of which were “with Sinetion™ wal an = Vee were Sia6,000,000
& ’ 2 ses of which were “with Distinctio Be : eredit from the Ex-
No. 3 Clifton Terrace from Ist June, | Pues. Canvas Cots, Grove Refrigerato: | Subject ime — Percentage rt-Import Bank ted a few
Upper Bay Street, three bedrooms te = years) perfect condition, Kitchen | of passes Fail Absent Line ft + SEO OS: 8 TEM
aing water and all other conveniences | Cabinet, Glass Cabinet for ware; Enamet | Arithmetic 15 4 including 1 Distinetion 29% 10 |" weeks ago. Banking circles in
Apply within 2.6.50-—In bi Tene. Tenth Boned 3 Burner | Book-keeping 12 . 0% i 1 New York confirmed that the out-
alor ove, chen tensils, Freezer Commercial i
ROOM—Two (2) Gentlemen or Youn Scales, Lawn Mower, Trunks and many | Geography 15 12 i 1 86% 2 look for the $75,000,000 credit br seg
eagle. Garon tact 2 or Young) other items | English i 9 82° 2 favourable but added it was “still
jooking the sea. Board es rent | ¢ Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms cash eres iat j ‘ a long way from being finished.”
for the right party. Phone 8496 BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO,, | ,, Mathematics * ’ ny ? on P —Reuter.
26-8 nes Shorthand 13 0% 13 i
OO 2.6.50—2n. | Typewriting % i
SWANSEA—For the month of June | French, bie : mi 6 1
immediate occupancy, fully furnished 4
Bungalow at Worthings, including REAL ESTATE | 87 34 ? a9 4 ear
efrigerator, Radio, Telephone, Garage eee ae | - -
and all conveniences. Disl $378 “| WORTHING (NEAR CACRABANK | Se: Beebe ue ee ee ak
31.5.59—Sn HOTEL) CHRIST CHURCH | ‘ °
swate hele Rete in. 1a| erations
TIVERTON — Strathclyde three (%)| Private estate standing in half an acre | Ne F; g
Bedrooms rent $40.00 per month from Se se and aN out gardens—one | O ‘ e
ist July. For particulars apply to e m sea and beautiful sandy
Messrs. Carrington & Hels,” TAice bathing beach. | 2 uccess u
Street, 24.5.50—-t f.n The house contains large living room rin Ss

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dining room, two bedrooms to which an
extra bedroom can be added if desired |
Tiled bathroom with tub bath and shower
(not and cold water) and built in linen
cupboard, tiled kitchen with built in
stone cupboard and new Philco combined

















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LONDON,

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A Day

READING, England



LONDON, June 1,
Three middle-aged doctors
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PAGE SEVEN

SHIPPING NOTICES



ROYAL NETHERLANDS |
STEAMSHIP CO. |

SADTLING FROM AMSTERDAM, |
ROTERDAM AND ANTWERP |
















The M.V. “DAERWOOD” will
accept Cargo and Passengérs for
St. Lucia, St. Vincent,-sailing

M.S. “HELENA” June 9.10 13th Sunday 4th June
8.8. “HERSILIA” July 7.8.11th
SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM The M.V. “CARIBBER” will:
AND DOVER accept Cargo and Passengers far
S$ S. “COTTICA" June 23rd Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
S.S. “BONAIRE” July 2ist St. Kitts-Nevis, sailing Saturday,
SAILING TO MADEIRA, PLYMOUTH 3rd June

ANTWERP AND AMSTERDAM
M.S. “ORANJESTAD” June 27th
M.S. “WILLEMSTAD" Jwy 25th

SAILING TO TRINIDAD

PARAMARIBO, DEMERARA ETC
$8.8. “HECUBA” June Ist
M.S. “BONAIRE” June 13th
S.S. “HELENA” June 29th

8. P. MUSSON SON & CO., LTD., Agents

Canadian National Steamships

SOUTHBOUND

B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’
ASSOCIATION (INC.)

Telephone No. 4047







Salis Sails Sails Arrives Sails
Montreal Halifax Boston B'dos B'dos
CAN. CRUISER 29th May 22nd May 9th June th June
LADY NELSON ard June 6th Jume i4th June 15th June
CAN. CONSTRUCTOR 9 June 12 June 22 June 22 June
LADY RODNEY + 30th June 3rd July 5th July i4th July 15th July
LADY NELSON Zand July 25th July 27th July Sth Aug. 6th Aug,
LADY RODNEY - 3rd Aug, 26th Aug. Mth Aug. ‘h Aug. ‘th Sep.
NORTHBOUND Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives
baie B'dos Boston Halifax Montreal
RODNEY &h June 10th June 19th June 2ist June Mth June
LADY NELSON 27th June 29th June 8th July 10th July 13th July
LADY RODNEY 2ith July 29th July 7th Aug. 9th Aug. 12th Aug.
LADY NELSON 18th Aug. 20th Aug. 29th Aug. S3ist Aug. 3rd Sep,
LADY RODNEY - 19th Sep. 2ist Sep. 30th Sep. Ist Oct. Sth Oct



N.B.—Subject to change without notice. All vessels
bers. Passenger Fares and freight rates on aj

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents.

fitted with cold storage chamn-
pplication to :—

PASSAGES TO IRELAND

Antilles Products Ltd., Roseau, Dominica,
Dublin per M.V. “DUALA”,



on offer passages to
next sailing from Roseau about

20th June, and thereafter about every thirty-three days,
Single fare, £70, usual reductions for children.
Apply direct.












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warned not to prescribe whiskey, sd " athe rae _ , ations for adult heart disease are
THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL. ween eran, Acer freeze, large’ brandy, gin and other alcoholic i “i = apple s acs beer being carried out at Guy's Hos- FRENCH LI
AUTOMOTIVE Nada acide okt vith hood i “oor, tw; | beverages free under the billion- ““Y, that Keeps the doctor away."| pital in London—the first in the NE
To the Creditors holding Specialty Liens| \ith hoods. seer Zr ench. “focke, large Soll 8 ; Oe i or ait This is the proved policy of 69-| history of surgery
agains NWICH Plantation, * and servants quarters with | dollar-a-year ationa ealt : ; 3, SCOG Wd ili ini
CAR-—1947 Vauxhall 12/4. Approx. 15,000 St. James , toilet and shower, the house is tastefully | Service " year-old Francis C. Hawkes of] The three doctors, from the SS. GASCOGNE Sailing to Trinidad on the 26th May, 1950.
miles. Car in perfect condition. Always] TAKE NOTICE that 1, the Owner ot | furnished, the beds have both deep sleep a » Nortimer, Berkshire, who has jus: | cardiac department and _ thoracic FIRST CLASS PASSAGES ONLY $19.00
As art of a , Be ire, who has ju Pi
owner driven. Courtesy Garage Dial 4616| the above Plantation am about to obtain | and Dunlopillo mattresses, shingled roof, AS pal 0 the cut costs -elebrated his 50th ith a]surgical unit of the hospital, re-
28,5,50-—t.f.n.| a loan of £250 under the provisions of | Polished pine floors, the garden contains | campaign a special committee set C¢lebra ae YORE We ar ; : t S.S. “GASCOGNE” Sailing to Plymouth and Le Havre via
——— | the above Act against the said Planta- | #asslawns, tropical flowering shrubs and | up under the Central Health Ser- Reading brewery. ported in ‘the current issue of the Martinique and Guadalou the Ist J
CAR—One B.S.A. 10 H-P., good tyres} tion, in respect of the Agricultural year | flowers together with eight coconut | isec C Pe ae Said Hawkes: “There is n-| British Medical Journal that seven q aloupe on the Ist June, 1950,
snd good condition, reasonable price. | 1950 to 1951 palms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw,| ViC@S Council and the Scottish Koubt about it all lway: | OPerations out of 10 performed on ,
Apply to Julian Atwell. Phone 2476. No money has been borrowed under | 'ango, tamarind, breadfruit, and plum| about 125 preparations which @oubt about it all. TI have always) Vitor stenosis (valvular disease For further particulars apply to :—
2.6.50—3n tne Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the | trees, wire-mesh narcioeed lock up|should be regarded as food, and t#ken advantage of the traditiona: of the heart) were successful. _
above (as the case may be) in| vegetable garden a) tool shed, colassed ai - . é ze yrivi ‘ - § SS . 2
CAR—Morris 8 H.P, Sedan 197] respect of such year. Griveways and garden paths, will be sold | 20t as drugs, and sHould therefore Privilege of nipping along for a : R. M. JONES & COo., LTD. - Agents.
model in perfect condition. Apply Dated this 31st day of May, 1950 unfurnished if desired. Attractive price. | NOt be prescribed free. ‘tree pint of beer in the morning Mitral stenosis accounts for
Gerald Ward, H. Jason Jones & Co, CECIL JEMMOTT, Phone owner 8316 between 10 a.m , and I’ve not had a day's illness in] about 10 per cent of all cases of
2.6.50__2n. Owner and 6 p.m, 24.5. 50-—5n Tonic wines, meat extracts and 20 years.” organic heart disease. One of the
31,5.50—3n . er tasty he : . ck | eee
CAR—One (1) Fluid Drive ‘Dodge WOKE SEES Ubiceble aenbarty, leown | 2 number of other tasty helps to Wes Hawkee joined his & _ | doctors 36-year-old L. C, Brock
equipped with radio and new tyres, os “HOTEL WORTHING on SEA’ | fitness are “out”. en anaes Joined Ais arm if} was the first man in medical his- Get the pick of the Cricket G ilabl
Car in perfect condition, Good as new (formerly Briziliana Hotel) standir Included in the list are baby May 1900 the daily ration for the] tory to operate inside the heart. : eee
Apply D. Harvey Read, c/o Canadian NOTICE over fifteen thousand square feet includ-| foods, milk foods, invalid foods, staff was five pints and nobody This was at Guy's Hospital in by selecting yours now
Bank of Commerce 2.6.50.—4n, ing entrance driveway from Publi t : _ is slucose reall inded if th d t of 7 1 hi r. h ig
Oe ee a eg — | APPLICATIONS are invited for two| Road together with twelve bathing | Vitamin compounds and glucose really minded if the odd extra one} June 1948 when he cured an We have a complete range in stock.
2% HP. B.S.A. Cycle in good mobolanaiiye: to a Bret rade gchool- cubicles preparations Liquid foods and was consumed while the foreman on “blue baby” girl.
Trim price reasonable. Apply Marshall| one a boy and one a@ girl—under The only available site on Worthing} wines such as apple juices and was ther we ad His colleagues, reporting on
and Edwards. Phone__3453 2.6.50.—3n.| the terms of a Bill 1949—57 empower-| Coast. First class business place. Fine and Jemon anion Gates malt we nes = bd ines AM their latest "Tacebeeten to the
____________ | ing the Trustees of the will of EM-|sea bathing. A window on the ocean. | © ay eee ait according to Hawkes, “beer was British Medical J 1 are Dr THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
MANUEL JOHN COCK HUTCHINSON | Cool and cozy location. With slight | @Xtract preparations and meat and really beer in those days”. r ee Neer are id J
ELECTRICAL fo grant such scholarships —Applica- alterations can be made a high class| vegetable extracts are also termed — Today the ration is down to one end cd con taslbas cert ane: (CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietors)
a otel or Nig! ub. AAe oa . ‘ = 's sec-
BARRETT ELECTRIC ADDING MA-| Secretary of the Trustees from whom| Offers in writing received up to 30th foods ILN.S. pint but Hawkes is cheered by tle tion, and the assistant physician Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets.
CHINE— very little used. New price] ail information with respect to the| June, 1960, by . new stronger British beer. t the hospital.—Reute a
$295,00 will accept $220,00 At Ralph] scholarships can be obtained. S. J. ROCK & CO., “It’s a step in the right direc- a he hospital.—mewter. igueubiuiansumaabintemetbeiaste — =
A. Beard’s Auction Room Hardwood H. VINCENT ARMSTRONG, 112 Roebuck Street, | cs step stl -
Alley Phone—4683. 2. 6. 50—3n.] Hony. Secretary, St. ane eee Inspection any day. tion,"—LN.S, Mi CG t & B iid
ee a ar saa ect, ; ; P. 1.6,50—19 ® ® r. ;
ONE COLDSPOT, REFRIGERATOR = 31.5,50—6n Gums Bleed? The University College . Contractor as
(4% Cubic Feet). In perfect working — ——- BATHSHEBA; Owing to illness Mr 6656 . . MAC :
condition. Recently overhauled = and NOTICE Howe wishes to sell Tanglin Beachmount g LOVEE SOSS ODDO of the West Indies Let buil . CHINE WOOD-WORKING
spray painted For information phone Pasture at cost of building (1947) Eng- | et us build your — — —
. 1.6.50—4n Re Estate of lish style stone built house Large pe Hh hiniteinecon have Byarenen, * WANTED Extra-Mural Department
WILLIAM ARNOLD JOHNSON Lounge, Dining room, 3 bedrooms, 2| Trench Mouth of pethaps some bad disease Ye y aes 7 v WINDOWS & DOORS
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THE application of Da Costa Arthur, TWO LECTURES
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PAGE EIGHT

W.L. Lead By
363 Runs

@ From Page 1.





with his tenth boundary reach:
100 out of 196 in ho 20 mim
utes.

The two hundred partnership
Was realized shortl afterward
and Worrell reached his 100 in
two and a half hours

He was out a few minutes later
after hitting 14 fours, when caug!it
behind the wicket off Wellard, but




Wal until

we

Trestrail stayed with
the close, when the
363 runs ahead with
ond innings’ wickets in hal
Walcott being 117 not
Trestrail not out
Following are the sc

wii Ist IND c

SOMERSET Ist INNIS
Gimblett ¢ Goddard b ¢
Angell b Johnson
Tremiett b
Woodhouse b
Buse c Jones b
Lawrence tpd

Ramadhin
Rogers not out



Ramad}
Rar in

me

M.C.C. v. WEST INDIANS

Stephenson b Johnsor

Wellard b R dihir

Hazeli b Ramadh

Robinson c Ci tiani b Ramadh (
Extras b. ¢ t





Feeble Show
abiouans IN TEST TRIAL

Jones os ) I
Worrell : 0 -â„¢ >
Ramadhin 19.1, 4 7 The Re
Gomez

Fall of wic' 1-67, 2-82 84
4—98, 6~126, 6-130, 7 2. of

171

ANALYSE

oO M ‘

BOWLING

sRADFORD, June 1
t England gave
display of batting
out for 113 in
nnings to lose by
‘ an innings and 89 runs to England
104 in the Test trial
Walcott not out l On a piteh still
Trestratl not out too difficult, the
Extras - last 8 wicket dat
The were 42
Bedser 30,
doubled the
Hollies, who spun and fiighted
his leg breaks and googlies clev-
erly, finished with 6 wickets for
runs.
Laker

Bedser



feeble

were

4 2 anothe



and
their

W.1, 2nd ID PUD

econd

Rae lbw, b Wella
Marshall b Buse

Worrell c Stephenson b Wellard

tricky, but not
Rest lost their
for.86 runs
for 5, but Eric
ind Spooner 22

Fall of wicket 1—48, 2—52, 3—2¢
score
BOWLING ANALYSIS
o. M F W
Wellard 15 3 9 2
Buse 14 1 60
Hazell 24 4 59 0
Robinson 4 2 “7 0
Lawrence 10 0 0
—Reuter

28
for 44 and Alec

took 2
22 —RKeuter

2 for



Living up to his reputation for Andrews in red, white and blue
the colourful in golf, Amateur | cap, red pullover
Championship challenger from “He is not show-off, it is
America, 5ft.-tall Bill “Dyna just his personality,” said a
mite” Goodloe arrives at St. | team mate.
L



1947 TITLE HOLDER
ENTERS AGAIN

PARIS, June 1

England’s Test
Team vs W.L.

@ From Page 1. Mrs Pat Todd, who won the

iitle in 1947, to-day entered the

attending a London clinic with his Women’s Singles finals in the

damaged knee, however, and is French Lawn Tennis champion-

almost certain to withdraw. Ships here. In an all-American

Washbrook, Lancashire’s open- Semifinals match, she defeated
ing batsman, was not included Miss Barbara Scofield 6/2 6/3

because he is unfit. He will not b« In the previous round Miss

able to play in Lancashire’s game Scofield had eliminated the

against the West Indies on Satur- holder, Mr Margaret Du Pont,

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“Rest” Give TRINIDADIAN EDGES OUT
LOCAL CYCLING STAR
In Last Day Of Sports

THE 15 MILE CYCLE
Barbados at the Amateur
Meeting which concluded at
was carried off by Compt
barely edged the tape ahead

J. G. Dewes (M.C.C.) caught by Gomez off Goddard for 10.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



THE LAST |
REFUGE

OF THE SPORTSMAN |

NEW YORK, i

No matter what you may think
of England's way of doing things
like extracting money from your



uncle's whiskers and sometimes
forgetting when the note is due,
the tight little isle remains the
last refuge ie genuine sports-
man

You don't > to agree wiin
their viewpoint on sports whic
is that it is ‘\eiter to have played
and lost the . to have ple yed |
at all. You 1 that they are}
a little naive the who:e |
business of professsonal sports|
competiloa,

Nevertheless, they still have al

ing slyly at the rest of the world
for having landed a heavyweigot
championship which
nobody wants.

match

J. Onslow Fane, chairman of the
British Board of Boxing Control,
therefore the equivalent of
Abe J. Greene and Eddie Eagan
put together, is in town telling u
match.

and

about that

Lee Savold, the former bar-
tender, is meeting Bruce Woodcock
Tami Mauriello,
auto accident,
British call the
vacated by

victim of
Baksi and an
what the
world championship,
Joe Louis.

the
Joe
for

RACE, which was revived in
Athletic Association Whitsun
Kensington yesterday evening,
on Gonsalves of Trinidad wh
1 of Ken Farnum, the loca! sta:

J. Onslow Fane is not kidding
when he seems to say that the
British have taken a prize plum
away from America.

However, Abe Greene, head of



His Excellency the Governor Best Distance: 19 ft. 10 in the National Boxing Association,
and Mrs. Savage were among the , 5 Mil Mt ee. Cs) and Eddie Eagan, chairman of the
tes red 2 : Smart, 2. G i 3 > - Sas
Spectators who attended the last Fields. Time: 1 min, 15 secs New York Commission, would not
day of this meeting and His Ex- 220 YARDS FLAT (Ladie: have suffered any such travesty in
cellency presented the prizes. 1. G. Cumberbatch, 2. B. Walrond, their territory except under
Although the afternoon began % P. Best. Time: 26 4/5 secs extreme duress.
very dull, with an early down- , 1 pragenme tc. iy
e y . 5 og 7 " = -rince
pour which made the track heavy, ;t.\. 3) & Denny. Time This British fight is one of the

some brilliant finishes were wit-
nessed in the majority of events.
In the the 880 yards flat W. Tull
of Trinidad clipped two seconds
off his own record of 9 mins. .08
sees.

It was unfortunate in the 220
Yards Flat for Ladies that Pear!
Gooding, the Trinidad representa-
tive, pulled a muscle in her right
leg and had to drop out of the
race when spectators and officials
were looking forward to a thrilling
finish between herself and Grace
Cumberbatch, the local lady
sprinter, After this accident Grace
had a “walk-over” in the Ladies’
division.

Bridgeman of the Trinidad
Constabulary, carried off the 226
yards Open with ease. Coming
second was Prince, another re-
rresentative of the “Land of the
tlumming Bird” while third was
Denny of the local Constabulary.

Good Judgment

By using good judgment, R. G.
Gordon of B.G., was able to
earry off the Half Mile and Three
Mile cycle events in the Inter-
mediate Class.

Another thrilling finish was
witnessed in the Five Mile A Class
eycle race. Ken Farnum was in
the lead during the last few yards
but Lindsay Gordon, the B.G.
star cyclist, crept ahead, follow-
ed by Gonsalves and went on to
win by about only half a cycle
wheel from Gonsalves

In the Five Mile B Class cycl@

race H. Roett, owing to his
courage and stamina, won both
the race and the lap prize. |

Before the presentations Mr. |
J. W. B. Chenery, President of
the A.A.A. thanked His’ Ex-
cellency and Mrs. Savage for)

being present.

Special Credit
gave special credit to the
competitors and said he was
sure that if Pearl
not unfortunately injured
would have seen a keener struggle
in the ladies division.

He congratulated Ken Farnum,
the young cycle Champion, and
then went on to thank all who
helped to make the Meet a sue-
cess.

He
lady



The results were as follows:
LONG JUMP |
1. P. Haynes, 2. C. Campbell, 3. P.C |
The Weather
TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.38 a.m,
Sun Sets; 6.18 p.m.
Moon (Last Quarter) June
7

Lighting: 7.00 p.m.
High Water; 4.29 a.m., 6.01
p.m,

YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington) .18 ins

Temperature (Max). 86.0 °F.

Temperature (Min.) 76.5 °F.

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E
by N (3 p.m.) E by N.

Wind Velocity 17 miles per
hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.940

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MILE CYCLE (Intermediate)
Gordon (B.G.}), 2. J. Skinner,
Quain (B.G.) Time: 1 min. 13%

few in history in which neither
principal in a title encounter rates
as a contender. But the British
view these things differently from

1, sR
3. H
secs

MILB CYCLE (A Claes)

1 L Gordon (B.G) 2 Cc Gor , , i in
sives (T.) 3. K. Farnup. Time: 1a the way we do, They simply desiz-
mins. 15 sees nate a couple of blikes as princi-

100 YARDS FLAT (Boys Over 16) pals for a championship and tet

1 V. Skeete (M.H.S.) 2 D. Bade-

oe Fes it go at that.

w 4/5

Harper (M.H.S) Time;

secs

Maybe they have the right idee,






100 YARDS FLAT (Girls Over 16) ; .
1. G. Cumberbatch, 2. B. Walrond, considering that Abe Greene’s
P. Best. ‘Time: 11 3/5 secs NBA has been recognizing Ezzard
00 YARDS FLAT (Local Men) Charles, contrary to. the
1. P.C. C. Aroher, 2. P.C. Bien. “"SPleS, Contraly to the
wn, 3. PC. B. Denny. Time: 9 4/5 -
s. (Equal Record) does not recognize anybody.
3 MILE CYCLE (Intermedidate)
rare anit P at ee The British anyway treat these
10% - sece inings more lightly than we do.
1 MILE CYCLE (A Class Chey box and play tennis ana

K. Farnum, 2. D. Keizer, 3. ¢

golf as though it were just another

es (B.G 2 s 27 secs .

3 MILE "CYCLE (B Clas eo outing. We play for keeps and the
1. H. Roett, 2. D. Smart, 3. R. records will show that we ar2
eld Time: 14 mins. 16 secs more successful.

880 YARDS FLAT (Open)
1 W. Tull (T.) 2, P.C. C, Callendar saa'e . ,

L. Barker. Time: 2 mins. 06 sees Still, it could be possible that

(Record) we take winning and losing too

440 YARDS RELAY ‘Boys’ Schoo!)

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view o |
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seriously, egged on as we are
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Lodge. Time: 47 1/5 secs our betting, leading to scandais
_ 15 MILE CYCLE ‘Open of one kind and another.
1 C Gonsalves ‘7 ) 2. K. Farnum, I am not sure the British are
L. Gordon (B.G.) Time: 40 mins - : :
denen right; in fact, it seems to me that

you should play a game all out
to win, and fight the same way

Basket Ball In

any case, we will concede to
Britain its right to being
The Island defeated The Rest thoroughly sportsmanlike,

especially in affairs of this kind
where a match between Savold
and Woodcock is billed for the
championship

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I i i *l . • June I. 1950. Badbataia Itowcate I %  V I CBN is Vfar ..! WEST INDIES LEAD SOMERSET BY 363 RUNS "NO NEWS-IS GOOD NEWS" —Says Bertie Gomes B .W.I. (Our London ('iirn-.ii itl ., LONDON, I, Sl'Ci \H III M (,\f! : %  , r, i>m rfb. eiusiona with His Maic-l\\ (;. v, ,' .. ;. v This date hus been lived pniviMm i !1 n<| %  approval by both purl rev %  .... .... /. k I • BrnaMnt %  v. %  W. baUatn %  %  %  3 Tom Cats Given Notice PROVIUENCF Khour Itland, June 1 Three well fed tomcats who Tor more than a year were the sole occupants of a 16-roomed mansion here have been "evicted" l>v a Judge. The tats were in resident.under the will of Mrs. Sophie Huwarth. who ptovided that her own maid should look after them Hut the court thought the house would be better occupied bv human beings. —Heuter WALCOTT, WORRELL GET CENTURY EACH Jamaica Wants Loan Of £2 Million Ilarbatlut Adtixair c %  >.! n KINGSTON, June I. A select committee which was recently appointed in the House of Representatives to recommend measures dealing with unemployment conditions, has decided to recommend the Government to open negotiations, for a loan f £2.000.000 at 1% to the colony This amount which would be icpayabie a f lc 50 years, was for the purpose of financing the development reproductive scheme as a Bource of helping: the present unemployment. Alex Gordon. O HE a member of Jamaica Citrus Growers' Association, and Donald Fergusson, Com mission or of Commerce and Industry of Jamaica. will % %  to Trinidad on June 12 fur talkWith Trinidad Cttrua Producer* It is expected that Trinidad and Jamaica will Join forces in negotiating the prices for fresh citrus fruit In the U.K. Steps will be taken after the conclusion of lhe*c talks, but meantime the Bon R L. N. Klrkwood. head of Jamaica Producers' neb watching citric producer* frith great Interest in England Following tinpolitical vlolCfie* In Kingston lost Tuesday, th. Governor called an emergency meeting of the Executive Council this morning; and Issued 0 proclamation banning all meetings, marches, processions and gatharlngs In public The ban will l..s* for months and is designed to prevent general outburst of violence CORRESPONDENT LEAVES IN A HURRY NEW YOHK Jim Tlie New York Time that its Prague correspondent Dana Schmidt, had left Cnchoi lovakia to avoid arres' He was aiT-oiu: .1 %  > % %  >' emers named in the current treason trial of 13 Czechs as li.iv lng helped set up an undcrktouixt ring aimed at overthrowing the Government. Schmidt denied knowledge it any of the plotters —Renter Accused Of Spying For U.S. ADMITS GUILT PRAGUE. June 1 1 old national in pleaded guilty at the trial re•umed bare lodaj 01 1 1 gaad of ire..,,i and the w. %  Hi Neatavel added thai he would lik to explain which way ha i-xisiden d hi guilty nfment read at the opening of the tnai roaterdni accused the defendants of forming illegal underground orgaiiuatio ing to overthrow the 1 hi to a foreign ; Dd other anti-state activities. Including sabotoge imd lerMllada lloiakuva, one of the .;. %  bef< re the coufl 1 lerdaj pleaded guilty to and evpionagc Rrulr-r. Royalty Way Live In France LISBON. June I nte De part left here r French Ihe } n iwri Asaembl] on M II abi *>(> to 179 votes the Exile Statute ,.f IB86 which forbade th. o* heirs to the French %  • Franoa The Comte De Paris said that this step put an end to m injustice With hi 1 %  belle 0* Orleans-Braganra. and 11 children, he had lived quietly on the outskirts of Cintra. a beautiful resort I bon — Reuter. L oono 1 lot Oval y g .in.; \thletli M< %  I r 11 man Dors Not Expect \\ ar Soon WASHiNOTt IN 1 n ,ai nt Truman %  to-day that MM '' %  ,l arag doaai to 1 %  1 11. %  He made Ihl \ lament when asked to comment on 1. a Gallup Poll : .\ erl \ War in the next Tin President : %  .. %  ,. %  11. in. wag . vent war. and endeavouring t ( do this through the Unite,' \ %  He did not elabora'i about the world baini loser to pcaci'—Reuter. Dutch Will Enter Merger Talks HAGUE, June 1 The Dutch Government will do. trOcipate In the Dsgaotia* (inns pi-diKwed by France on the Bchuman plan to pool West 1 coal and steel, usually -da> An official statement mi tlie Dutch %  ttltvde is expected tomorand it %  idlod u report by the Dutch blast furnaces and coal riagernent i' would have •I.prnducti • Dr. Dirk Slikkii. foi %  n Paris eg chairman of the Office of European I Co-Operation. was understood to Bchuman plan witfc '.• !>•(!!n-ihn Reulrr. 749 Arrested In Elections TOKYO. June 1 j 1 waa d in . IS ested for violating the eta urtng the renanl Japaneaa 1 Throe pi pb rota buying, and • Rag (re dom Of DO) Others committed fl Renter REDS USE SWEARIM. TO CORRUPT CHILDREN ROME. June 1. The Italian Catholic Newipnper II Qiiotidianu today accused the Cummunisu ul trying bo corrupt thej chjldram < %  ( llalyi by organising "swearingcompetitions" and i. to hate God. • j ... %  Italian Catholic actl r Genoa pupil I 1 nothing but twn "CIOM-I Wtlttai i" In a villagB) in 1 I-old bo) q "Long L..i tti • God" State Is Edging Out School.-. LONDON. June 1. Opening a new wing of a Catholic training College near London. Cardinal Griffin. Catholn AVehbisnop of Waatmlnater, "We ore nghtinn a IK.::.. dom again;.! U>, %  .1 %  otlon of the rights of the Crnir.li and of the parents by the Slatf The Cardinal was referring n the 1944 Education Act under which the Government has authority to take over all voluntary schools whose managers, do not satisfy the authorities thst the are able to find half the cost or reorganising and meeting local education development plans. Cardinal Griffin declared it Is. because these high "that we are MM eerned about the future of mi school*, and it would be quhv easyfor our Catholic srhools !.. h administered out of rx: —tealer Nationalists Musi Be Expelled SAY COMMUNISTS MONTltEAL. June I A few minutes after the second eating of the International Civil Aviation Organisation Assembly v. ,0 adjourned here last night, a message from the Chinese Communbn Government arrived demanding that its own dehtgateO should replace the Chinese Nationalist delegation. The message, passed to the 1 <\AO Confercni e bj t Trygve %  %  %  represented China and "must 1 %  di Ivan out" i>( the Orgai The 1 c A i). Council sou ,1 . %  have .1 repl; %  %  %  Nationalist Cbini I (' A O 1 net • %  1 % %  ;ig<' and its delegates are lull] No Chinese dote) kOn Krutf'l. One Thousand Idle In London Strikes LONDON .lun.. 1 About 1.000 London workers weniillo i.i-.bv m u : live unolBelal mflm More than JM mtp ait. I'II slrlko in pron-l..iai:i:.i *• Aboul BOO bulltfi 1J( . 1.lit -i %  v lr '' %  ^Mival or Britain lite OD UM I ft 11-1% 1 'I'w W ill "' •Rorti <" reeytt inivtl > 111 I,. ,.„ipi u ,,..,„.„ ,,,, N t rm-\ -. %  Ul'ion worKcrs More than _'>, Ol I ouch W iir j d '"""' %  '"• %  •" •'" tlu promoUon of rartaiti tot* Itrilish Alom Production Shoots I |> HDOIS June 1 akaUati n H I in gnarMBAi t 1 j.iioauiaarlal Irom HNU ..... lontarti baUavad ti Bgra Bighai than thai Hi active iii..u n..K a ,'i %  ire in ilnkj used element mtdkeJ .... A .1. Il_ivri: I W . 1 1 the Vmiti. "i Suppl: 10-dsy anfi un 1 anti \ • %  . ,.ompletad in Cu t.( pint' riiUfl I %  tun 1 station; are nnd< taotopvc aiv ;.vail.d)l to all countries for humanitarian hot Communist* ro in iav. ... <.ii made no appiiRonlar Somerset 177 1st I sittings W.L 267 and 273 for is wkts yKTilR A FIRST mnm-. lo .r . dies today dismissed Somur :t loi 171 M second day of their match at Ta ntou. By close of play the West Im.-es wen in their second innings. Oimblett mad^ eraet. Sonny K.nudu.n %  %  .. tnr' '., • .jIndies' second innings, Worrell m;t.le 104, aiui aL stumps Walcott was not out with 117. •i '.-. England's Test Team Vs W.I. BRADFORD atoglan tinning Thursday Manche %  ehoaa n Irom Materials cu WH.L1NGTON. June I r> i ken betonstb A'aierside Union will re'i Ih i .11 ol war Union 1 %  lecuuvi inni on erj to Eighty-Avc i in u i ... apnUl oing their month-old striK. at Croydun's (Southwest London. nrw power station ovei tindisnUssal of a Union local Forty carpenters have ibinitQSj la la mi new Qosreanmoni oAeea in Central London in a dispuu Whether skill.-.! 01 unskilU-.l man should i\u adrsdemi More than 4.000 London work today at a coal mine neai Stirling. Scotland, In prote>t against the dismissal of two men —Rrut" %  %  %  >ald %  i ng viMt to New I %  Staff. aaigS. is 1'ignDieant' Our organisation la tl e ceneral trend." The waterslders have in (he 'used to loud wool for aenereJ Franco's Spnln or to work -hi|i during tlie dlthi Union 1 alarme.1 at pute I I'M., I. — He.iier Deadlock lias Not Caused Rift PARIS Junr 1 raa no %  ugga at lon In the y • %  -. I i.in-i innTit aim dipt matir quarters here tonight that the apparent deadlock bet ween 1 and Britain over the lann tool pool %  i %  %  •>.. I %  untriea I i lala left %  rent Inthe Franch Govei nrnanl %  %  the %  *>* ' iri.i.tr run 1 %  DOapl the Freni 'i ti the terms stated, or |o refuse It. BkCM i ould be toniaht of the report Intention Qoveri DM 0 i Who have ggTer I i irlthoui a joint |US on the subject HI.,i' were till aamajei % % %  .... 17.30 GMT to It itBritain ftUafeetotil %  .• %  >. iha iintKii %  he raa I leat F i eh note. —Keuler Stalin Sends Greetings TO GERMAN YOUTH MERLIN. June I d. nerallsslnv St.dm todaj ami %  i telegram to the F.xecutiM -il of the Fast "Oermen Youth'* thanking them for a message of from half a million "yo .nr Fighters for Peace" translo him durlnn ttia monster Communi'.t Youth it i at llerhn at Whitsun. "I wi-li ihe (> Slim Visits Australia %  WIIKHHA. June I Australia i Prtim VM" I • t t; Meu'ie* %  nnouneed loda) hat Field Marshal tli William ol ii i Imperial Gen 1 would vi|t > on or a>K-u June if"i defence talks Mi Mi !i gd Thi {tonal defence of the BouUtwaat Pactflc ire.i has bean proeeadlng (tM eonui dmO mi HI "rtVlal Irvel through .i M ..i.n, .ii-ii nee n v hJnai %  In lion witn repreeantatlvaa it Britain ami New Zealand. Mr Mi ii | iitili-.'. "the ntage I hat ha> Ki.imuiOl I i ... lu.ll. will it. 'discussed by Ffatd Marshal Mini both witl, %  Dovi ,.i nt 7ii.,I .mi the I Cornn lib Prtn Mini lei Bldnaj Holland %  , %  i %  ul i %  "'and next II. %  > nth lot d .in defenre matters nl oncem Reuter. %  %  • of • nd peace-loving %  eeess in their BMl I Ilk' the telegram vaid -Reuter Qaalldian* added that In a %  t %  i. i %  %  ica. and pot v. %  ti e i lod Almighty, but %  —Itrutef Sniuls Has fleatrl Trouble %  '.outh African Premier, who baa %  M ar" bis heart aho i %  embar hL doctor said today waa taken ill mm I.is farm near here —fleeter .'{ Dogs Draw Pilgrim To i.onn An Italian whu %  lMlgrimaKe here %  'logs. Tne cripple. 49Ifavenna. left h near Brescia In the ex:: of Italy about 20 days t." laid a number i %  hundred lire. Food for his three bu came from generous ptNgal road. Ravenna said He hopes to see Pope Piu* before he leave the return journey i-.'5bles.-i the dr.g* whli' him to Rome as well as guarded j hmi on the way *" Swiss (Jfose Consulate sy.. June i Federal Coatni.. %  i dm k d to aloae of thi Swi Con*u1ate'5. i iPason |s lion. It is underany further im%  1 Of Cot date will E MS to the Swiss Legation in rague — V Japs Call Strike TOKYO J Ol %  Tie Japanese Commul today callen on arorkajga to etrtlu in rarotaal trial of eigh dasraonatrators b> a United i Prowi -i ui TI e Communi I |] dciu |o dei trial Pi ttinlab Hi >t, Gen MaeArlhui last night ta epologdee ror liu gftaoii on 'v, A-. (iuniiK ti" %  Tue-day Heater Killed In Kindness A JO-y NKW YOHK. Ju ir-olil |, '.,; polke bare today that she bad shot her fonr-yaar-old bt I I not warn to b pushed around %  .. i %  • %  ehild ly wound.''i %  %  i wak< up the baby," the polli %  quot-d the mother at ^., I wr ippfl the gun In n h — Reulrr Free Youth' On Sit-Down Strike Ul UCK Juiu? I Thonaanda "i Cooaaauni Frt Oeernan Youth'' mcmbeis Who bad ii.. n on a -.it ilown ilet day In the %  No* Man' I inv betwaai Itritish arm UM Sm Irontlai neai I .ulieek gave up their I ..ii t cam not in bi Ihe BriUah fjone Autbo Ihli nsorn lng i %  ill fere reluming Irom the Bet la wi %  v.. Itally. h. c gone on sink. pfOb ,'.r: Ier< Health Minis'. ior all pataoni raaaing Cran %  .• kndat Zo nee man i A.I '..kin ,, inAltraUan •' Oenmu > arttta typhoid evci oaaes ick arara raportan < Wbiuur. Rally in Berlin %  IIK a cotnpromias enunitte* nd Wei Oer in ai i lb ofl . %  I..,', .,' .'-in tJniiiliI .il|ir..cl to v. jli i, eatata was ,.. %  %  gain grlavaneo. I .. | rOutbj queued off i baah aohrl -t 1 nvant g short ND i ,t 'uriei baartng conin ted with the ye %  iday when 'i.e. tang and 'i.< ind i grep .m strlkit g demand%  %  i \ \\ 11 YAKIM I \ N Yai i ; "i' i (M i fEssen). it T Bbnpaon | iridgte University) i | I ile-.-x % % %  Ii i: |3oII< I i-ik-i (Surrey) A \ Burro] I W I n 111 i; 'in, I. %  %  Uta -ii 1) tan who have not '. Vlow U 'i, %  K I Wvatl. chairman ul th. ob CUM )l( 1(I;I | holic aSOtlld he made imong the lowlem. so Doajgiirl Is cat play The laai Barry end RoUie •..ok ibi widceb ag >lt n The R< If UM he pitch will I* hard. Ili.llirv | pi .i be Klven inef.M | i nrludi hat n.,t la-en I II.I • OH I'asr g %  rea iigt %  I %  %  %  213 in ta the W Ihe cMae %  % %  v\ with 117 the w. %  iiKiisi enra ta a fttrong i", %  tagje th, gafl to the i rurtng ii 4 JflT In two I %  i ,, r 47 b • ',I wick< I lily ti ball 1 1 nd had t quick t<> i He ntfjci ii Hi ul of VI in %  • n wit %  %  %  p i Fl P rore I %  %  capture th< a Ickoi At 171 H %  %  %  ibin Robinai n i hind Iha a %  % %  %  the mnli %  R ad i Ii %  •rent In again. %  it mm n • .in to Inn lenRth ball (ion II . %  %  Nl] .mil w i wrong ertih the wtehi .... wa alao i • On Faae S I:\.IOY iir. . i#o#rvfv#v. vov i iv viCfWr. FINISH MARSHALL AIDSAYS MARSHALL DKNVSR, Junr 1 We 000*1 no ... •all. originator of Jig it"' A mper.n RecOver>' Protold reporters K i declared here that tl, states should bring the Marshal, programme to an end In the State added that .urnmer of loa— "flnish it and rxc.-ed.ed all exp.stop". —Reuter BRTTAm S BIRTH RA IE FALLS LONDON, June I %  II baa begun to fall, but Ifl utill well above the ore-war The number of divorce* began to fall %  i. %  %  i IsHB. which how* thai n increa^er| by I 43.r.(T2.ooo in tta live birth* arata reai.ter.si during '-• 43.698 af-trfnt fio.tan Ii lanier. BICO THE RICH, DELICIOUS ICE CREAM in Vanilla %  %  %  i Real uu TV Bed* Fount nn. Club or Hotel BICO .-.en Iha llOUrs Of K i ti ami 1 p Ol. •rom fgW it\tt HUMPS nt: r.. #.#•#. Bay Street



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PAGI i icirr RARnADOS AnVOCATF ./. Lead By 363 Runs • from Page I. % %  100 MM utes. The M ..: %  Wat realized iru %  Dd Wi hll 100 m I after hitting 14 I behind the Bracket oil W< Trcstrail V the clow, whrn d S63 run* %  • >n eecond innings' Walcott being 111 %  FRIDAY. JINF 2, 15H *>MSB*r. t n.mi.n-11 %  I:,M..-.I %  • <" WlMMlhu-l..' k KM l-*srr*ri-r u-i llir, 1 VMMthJn KOMI *>' oul At INDIANS ||| J,_.. B 1 I "Rest" Give —es. • Feeble Show nuni mo w i -i .%  %  JWt-dh..t iV M 1 1 %  i u i d h IN TEST TRIAL %  .June 1 ot tutting '1 %  %  >l 1 13 hi ... %  b\ Bar ibw < SUrWl.ll b III* WrllaM Tii -Trail not Snl VMM %  %  i %  %  %  | i %  H 22 %  oniiM. AN u > -i WafBd lt. HI llal.ll M 4 RoMiw*. 1 on %  ipua ind flighted 1 leg hi. .,. v. Onfall i • Inta for rum Ijikrr I'.k 2 for 44 and AIM —Kcitter THE LAST REFUGE Qf TH£ SPOftrSAMN NEW YORK. %  M you may thiiK of 'loing things mill yOUl whisker* and wmHinW forgetting When the note w due. the tlgbl %  U> D who I %  uught by Gomez off C.oudartl fm 10 TRI1WDADIAN EDGES OUT LOCAL CYCLING STAR In Ixist Day Of Sports THE IB MIT.E CYCLE lE.U'K. whitli was rcvm-.l | n %  B1 the Amateur Athlott A i rtion (Yhitsui Meeting which ooneluded it Kensington yesterday ed oil by Compton l..missives of Tnr'.eel the tape ahead of Km Fonium. ti., i HiBatceUcna the Ooven %  > is • % %  II 1 %  I D Smart. I. O I 1*1.1. TUM: I ..an u •* YAKTMf (l-AT .[. %  itch. I i-iiigp ii..i %  * donl %  it la %  %  %  r I | • ...... ..... of viewing thing* :.|id illli preening I • the :c*i oi UM world (ot hatrlng lai M %  . %  %  M itch which ..n's I | -N.uim.in 'if UM ii avd HI Boxuii Control, and then-fore the equivalent • • %  OrMOC ami Eddie Eagan %  tolling ii Bin %  match Li. N vo d, Iho tonuM ..• %  Bnioo Wood c o cg i.:: auurwllo, I and an uuti. rid* ror what UM British call UM rid i impionahlp, t M n Loul wan among ih spuctator* who attended the last this meeting -ml His Exl am tad tin Although the afternoon began very dull, with an early clown.I*UM track heavy, %  e brtUtani da l in tinmajority nl >\"nt In UM ihe 880 yards flat W. Tull of lYtoldad clipped two leeonds off his own record of 9 mltut. .08 .. It WOK unfortunate in the 220 Viii.ls Flat for Ladles mat Pearl Ooodlni v 'i i"ii.;.i Gond Judgment Bj U>ing gOOd judgment. It G Qordon of B.G was iw to the Half Milland Three Mil.* evcM awanti In UM Intar* e Uatc ciais. Another thrilling finish was wnni^jH-d in the Five MtH \ I .. %  i .iiKen Pamum wi to ng the i.i-t (. .*. VAKJW % %  %  ii In..I..-,,.,., iT, t C 1 E I.. n Oerdon u o i IJ ..... n .; • %  ran VAHII* n.AT i I V. Khr. M II S I l> ll..ri..i M II s ruw o I O CwnlMtrlMrtcO '%  tl :pni> W full >T i 3 V %  • i I mi... oa . nrdi I VAKIlS HCLAV .Bo>. ahD.,lt %  <>d|r Tin* *: I i ix-* 1> MIL* CVCl E "(-' lluskel Hull . ycli i rapt %  bead, folk... and .. %  mi to lh< wh" I '"• ll ,,, n in about only hair %  cyclo b v 5U %  • to 25 on Wed :. G.m.saive: I IgW i rive Mill B ClaM cycla V.aCC-A The Warn u leaving I, Hoett. owing to hla today for Tl • %  .. %  .tiiinina. won U.th Iheu f.,i %  and the lap prize. liefi J. Onulow rM I* not kidding l i, lie gaaau to may that the British have taken g prim plum %  raj (ran An • I %  head ol ItM KatkMMJ Boxing Awociation, and except under CM, m. i n rbJs Hntiah tight is one of tin :< in history In whnh neithe printing] In a title encounter raUl •i ii.iiti'i.iei Hut the Britls'i view these things differently froi ( the Way we do. They simply deal Inate a couple of blikes as principals for a championship anil let it no at that. Maybe they have the right idea, tring thi! At>e Greene*!. NBA ha lieen rer^gnizing Ea-.i 1 hark contt rj to UM vlaw ol UM New York CommiMimi. which loe* not teXOgalia anybody. Thl British anyway i.. tUloga ni'.re lightly than wt tfst, They IHIX and play tennis ana ..it LI though II warn just another for keeps and inj will snow that we ar,* Still, it could be possible Urut I we take winning and loaing loo £ertously. egged on as we are by | our letting, leading to \..imlai I kinu ami another I HI not sure the British right; In fact, tt saaBi to "e ttuil >ou shoulti play a game all out | i win. and light the same wu In any ease, we will concede Britain Ita right to beingl thoroughly sportsmanlike, I in affairs of this Ursa I wnere e match between Savold .nd WbodOOCk IN billed for lhe| nshlp l.s.s Portugal Out Of Cup Finals RIO DE JANEIRO. June 1 Ajagalo Mendea Da Moraes, Mayor of Rio 11 lead a cable from the • >i laa!.ii. him that Portugal will not eomBaW World Soccer Cup Finals this month. The cable statad that ko spite Oovanunant OCBCMIS.1 the Portuguaee Football Assoclat nn has refused to take part %  fwr kaang to Bpaba in a round, the team was dispersed. Oi,n,l %  .. .rnirif T SO n ... li.lerluS>. Bam lYum in* Id i in i ii In. B 10 a in t*n %  ranunw IVi.ar. %  IS a in Kntland i 1 r Hr^t ISii" I..nrti.. Ushl CWl' ml Urtnaaua. S > m C lBSS >iui..i-. is |j |> m Xmi Rrrorda. II *i ii m SkilUiMl v TinHi.' I O "' Tln> r-rft^l 1 II) |. i %  ,nrr 2 p in The Nimr.. 1 10 p %  rrudn; ? i v is %  1 S p in T-'!• %  S i> in A • %  I BtinenvDor. 4pm i %  .. %  In p m Thr DU1\ tolllca. IS p ... NishO. al In* Opera. 5 p m I •..*.. Mlpm l>roannne ;r*a>; J SO p in FT*m Ih* Third Pronrnmr. i SO p m tnterliid*. S p n. n Ratotta, B.4S pm. Dnnre SSuWf. lint Th. Nrwi: l.V> P" NM.I I %  "aw w.i...— w 1 v. SDMI ....... .. %  CALLING ST PHILLIP GRAND CALYPSO & DANCE i. QaOBGI V rVUUG an SATUSDAY, JUNE 3RD. from 8 pm i CA1.YPSONIANS. The T.ger. Viking and Small Island Pride m The T'dad MIDGET (4 feet of Man) d fto' (..NT COWS IK< BACK BOWl* *c RrDAi "*w ICING H:.: Icing Sugar has been utcd on many Royal cakes including the christening take of Prince Charles of Edinburgh. Bridal Icing Sugar is specially processed in England by W. A M „ Pumphrey Limited, and all orders should he sent now lo iheir sole ugenis lur the British WIM Indio /H'HII.IYK IIHITIO P.O. Hos ""*. Bridgelown. BARBADOS, B.W.I. Tfc; .jrgconKgnment -ill be h'e looe N-i I H : %  ...-, li %  Bj Hradv, IS II p Bl • % %  p*imi al thr TfcV It %  w ental li II iiii'ry. President of Extol the A A A Lhankad EUi UtB v and MrSavaee 1 elnc present. Special Credit al credit to .d> COrapttltori ami said he %  i pearl Ooodlng was %  l iMiforlunately inpireil they *ould have seen %  keener atruugle ; adlas division. ii. congratulated Ken Farnum. i cycle ni.iii.pmu. and i : on In think all who Kdpe i to rnaki the Mi eet*. f %  111>S' %  LOMQ JlTMr i r II i c pbeU, i P c Living up lo In. r. Mil Ihe roluurrul In tIf, •nn.il.-i.r Ch.impinslii|i I.,|i. i II ..> Inn M..I II l ill II. I li.,, i.uodlw arrives al Ml. En^luiid's Teal Team \s W.I. • Frum Page 1. Handing a 1 damaged knee, almost It .1 ulraw. Washhr, ok. I Included because lie i unlit ll. ablito play in Lancashire's game I • Wi t Ii I. daj Keiiler 1947 TITLE HOLDER ENTERS AGAIN I AIM 1 Mn Pal Todd, whi i. %  in the Lawn Tennis In 1 she defeated %  %  1-iTUiiii.ed t It e %  —Jtontei The Weather TO-DAY sun Rises: 5.38 a.M. sun WU: 11.18 Iti. Mniin i laisl tfusxter) Jiine 7. I.ifihling: 7.110 p.m. tUgS: Waler: 4.29 a.m.. p.m. YESTERDAY Rainfall


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rmiMv KM j. irM RXKRAIKIS AOVOTATI District Market Land Valued SI Per Sq. ft. Health (JoinmitmiuiuT.i Tolil THE SOT II %  d %  %  >trrday at a n. %  h u( Si Mlchai 14.080 iqiun PACE TIIRFi: i Thli Infi in an Inti if appointed ii %  I maifcota. The i %  i mm Ml 1 P %  %  ward on behalf of mv Hoard, i: Committee UM %  report erg I district meriti I Mi. had — ifjotnted .1 Janu u IM9. and in ... %  i %  view in %  %  ,i M Kl I I i i M I P, l II II WiUOlUML I B I ...".•. V Ch u> B v w. ath• md Hon V. I %  %  M I Mi Q. H. Adan %  % %  ;.. I nilai Inapei UJ II w ( o firm ot v.. i %  %  i %  %  %  The Bagta HaM Mjrket i I were Inlit Pirtitj whi> wai present, informed the Committee I -mid accept OOl i %  %  I I Mrs Hansencll, through hor I he Commlt%  tin spot, but would MCI foot for auch land as %  Ihc approval of thi Health. Youi Committee, a lung with Mr G. 11. Adaune. are unanlnwual) ol ihc opinion thai lira. Ifenachell's ipctt Is th> %  %  I : At the request of your Committee, Mi H W < %  . m trad 14,000 sq. f,ti .,iid youi Commit fore Ita be r< %  mediately %  ild BIK> il ; %  • Oihl< Hwbt'rlH Objects To Taxation Western Diplomats Behind The Curtain IIS Mirlunl laiiiiuiii^li:i:ii D > THE RUSSIANS waM to force all VV< i behind the Iron curtain I %  i tellit V ten tern Powers wist' In adopting ;> pol i are difficult questions Mi I One can only speculate. I %  tranal i %  i ihai Communu: policy ><> Eastern Europe where %  lOpta tr-.at the] would b" no better oil umin any oUw M allow .:•.. Hit %  eountn U i i."i.-%  contact wMh the Vast. Thi.was ... ..< ,n datnandini the closure of the Britivl: I and information laivavu Prague. Britain rctuliau-u with UniUar request la the csechs in London. At the BUM lUW, b} 4 prataxti such irlalc**, thr Easuni u \1 "scow—' thi I ists* technique to make I I %  "capitalist* are again that the Coven.' i can afford to relax tfceM on the it 'em rrii?>s.^ns within their ben I %  more lhat %  Western 1 %  i High Commlstended to I %  %  %  %  %  •" lOllTito anal Uhaaa (;..-, 11 %  i the two I %  %  %  %  %  %  TiiKQSlav licatad i %  %  i lucted" to %  %  • i CHICAl I I %  %  !: in i N*aaa the < DC I %  %  %  %  %  %  Hsaupmvrs bO tl rothg", thaoi the < blld far he .mat I %  %  And tl" valion—and thi hi i i.ppiiy rare—la iitt "the child OUll) WANT to b'' punisheil '" Ai tor spnnknv %  %  I .. rich slop %  %  s *omethilnc lint' I adM ;' than if the parent thinkB while ami maki b punished In MMJH Dl i i^.-it.: ,-\> i,: li ought to bi I klv by the child belne licked up and hut-;' order to prove to everyana that this was lust I that the parent couldn't lake al time." .... ... repatriated i %  %  raqoeat '''' %  Auatralii lb 11 < hlldren wl ... a* r the Red Cross by r.000 croa I minforn v know Porhapi n clue !• %  thM %  %  to Belgradc, n Q %  ilacedoi %  :: %  %  %  %  .h<*re ii!' maary wta lo return The ref< r %  If the i ant of Iheli • laims. Sirutl> Sneaking These claims, Wtdti %  Vardai 11 < %  Y • mg both Aegaa (I a QreekJ d Pirlo (i < %  Bulgai i %  u>i ti %  %  i-'.*t In Aegeai %  %  %  i .. i %  %  % % %  %  %  I i hi the %  %  %  id, M %  %  i fore, la tryini i demie" and an %  : PJ i i'.i, nthu i i inn %  %  • rurt the pre* China %  %  %  %  l %  %  I •Plorei %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  1 i i i ... to ..i 1 r< : thi %  %  i %  i labour •! %  ... I. | I the hto%  %  %  1 I I hi Pence iiiiuuii: r ii.i nu kj I %  ii aaema .id been .i tablelotha had iin-ii washed aftei the ntlei* | tal l Iwcn bought, then . lo."' pr< > ide.1 in ihe 4 Ihr pi i, ,ii), b\ a %  load I'erhaea %  in tinv l.onK Are l.itliicr tate of the l aal arlttler ina'i tin previ %  M : nice known .is I'mlium %  one oi hurehtira I ior tUDf Iht* a) emarka tad Sir a %  % %  % %  I .. apednent aftei anotl i from crlsbi m n. .Ma Ihll is undiil.nl fever" ad mot su staf. friend H iwia In the rperial %  • A tad re a com%  i en were %  i %  i. i %  %  i reU compel I film star who had rannio) %  t. %  % %  n %  .ii.n illlt B itain the ; rofltaer! crack from Lord '.'iim cndln| to 11 with .i : %  thus.' %  la %  .'. ho an tai ig Pni irmnj lha on %  w ,. vou have rounded %  i four limeyou arc tl Don'1 Smoke Snuff %  i i .to have %  %  %  %  OUl 'hi. %  %  of 1 V of %  I %  I %  I %  11) banish Might b a useful %  : a ... I. %  I %  1 l N A New Hat BUBNl told BIIIII%  %  %  well I was wearWuj %  new hut and lha IVer W.i liH,i;ini' .it il bated thai Bn eh lewalk and hi) %  'i FRENCH MAKE 2 APPOINTMENTS I'Aifis. Ma) 3i M J Mont, French Residenl Tunisia, was lotlav appointed h. n,e newly cream pout of Freiii-h Permanent Secretary General of National Defenca The li n meeti'i. Da i uncll of Mlnlateri Pi riller. Super Prefect foi Baatem i ., |,..mied to %  Resident Oenei il -Healer Communinl i outhi Stripped CM Shirts IIBLM81 %  %  %  %  1 %  %  an %  -, %  ii iog wer %  %  • %  I %  %  %  %  a % %  %  %  ing Com %  ln %  %  %  Italy l*rot<>stfi Il :u Italian %  q ei .II noun ad to day that It U !.ad to) %  VIUJI Qovero* manl anamat fen ad imp of young Italians in %  %  .i Tt %  '. %  Thi M.rii.iiT told the Italian %  • aati lie i -rt • i ., reoaen'ae ..f V,H. it bj 1,. etend i free .f TiK-str "uialitutioiiv which do ' U> tin torn* and lew 01 the inhabitant*". (tali m reported from Tri last week being rounded up In ted to ft*' • %  %  '. .imnsPk|g (;uiit> PRAOUB, May 31 Mi W of 11 Craeh I tfeaeoa and .•hen *h" %  fandanta ar ar'u^.' of 1 %  .i a r c l -graU-r POSTAGE FREE Rnglar I 14 and Terrv aMtla Into Thames WaM i sr inside Same ad a I'-ttei >nd. Holland inCABiNQ 01 a petlUan broughi ree^eaalve aaoior OaMubue Co., Ob|ecUng to thnr rating this year by lluVcj,tr> M St Miciiael o in the CoWl Of Comon Pleat before inHo .".r me • UM Jtadge, Si. Allan C-ilymor. Furihai niering ha* Dumed imiti JUSM 12 1 he Bu< Oomgegu li n pn %  td iy MI 1: K. WaleaU K<. W isi \ arwood 1. ivci CouruH %  fa U Mi W W Iteece KC. mxtruct1 i b Mi 1 carrington ,v Seel) I > .1 -I.MI.irl.l ,,Mll,l.. area eUctj .„ Baa point .. 1 .. C.,,.,,.1.1, I u( l!,, I" 'I I ll.ttO TII,,!,,.of ,.ll,l tiun *ent U> Ihe Chunhwar dm. Mr Hrure Healh r rhM4 h iwoaateileMe rrifh aab-eara..' < 1 %  1 la ot Uie prUlten. Mr Rrerr %  ,, i,r.,of,i lhal 11.. Mrre irrecvnellable. Mr Walmll submitted Ihey were nut. The notice given to tin Chun %  % %  aafd ihat in m ordanoa iih S*'. tion ftg-2 nf the Vestries \tt lint--! "v,e hviehy give you notice of our intention to ,.I,JIH! tfBj rating made and iei on IM Off ine Vcvtry of the '..1. 1 at 111 for the cum nt %  eee01..1 v.-iir. IN ratpet I 11 eroAl earned from the ea r rg trig on of trade as motor omniDU etor* in the -aid p.ni-h of SI Mlehae 1. "ii the roHowini : rounde 1 I Itr. .nisiwe are a^eaaed al Ihr -HI,, ,>r Sl.!l?0t# where M "f IIUKIU mil lo hate been aiaeaaesl al all i. Thi 1 NO rggi ...... agaag aal are In uthiT irpni. illeial. unequal, partial. ..,. acrvlve and unjuat. The petition begun li ting thai Ihc petlUom 1 HI puaineaa ai Motor Omnibus Preajrtetora in s< Michael Ii %  egg on u> *,iy teMrt the rale w. made by the Vastry mi A,., I U and published by the Treasurer on the following da) and that the peUtloneri ware • %  egeaa nnd rated at the gum il $736 16 In respect of profit ol IMtO 00 derived from -uch trade Aggrieved Paragraph 3 iai u goal MM Beth laonen were aggneviii uy the %  ..! %  1.11 iiecauae Uiey are afteaaad al a greater Sllm ||,au they eujhl to be aikcased al ni 1.-1*1 M the beatnaaj aarri 1 an tg tiem. (hi Because lha rate ant %  in Mi.1 I.--)..-, t. mequal, purltal aaneni I in)ust Paragraph t sel out that thi ji'titioners hud within Ihe s|M>ci. %  nivrri notii %  ITI wrfttnj lo (ha thuich.vjily prayini Ihe Chief Jud^u to .|iia-ri tinrjti comfda an ed Of and alter oi ameni the mmr and u> grant auefa relagl |0 the 1 n-1 It loners a* hnul.l MM *n oxpedgeot to hhn II W* matti %  complained ot %  rmerr c d as sel out in Ihe petition. It glal rhat the coats of the patMtonen !><• borne by UM Dittcrcnl Mr. Hen,. In IM I UnN argument gglgnitted that the petl tioners had in Ihe notm 1 • ihi ( iniM'hwudcn iirged that ihe> t be assessed at the sum of si.920 00 or at any sum at all, wliereaa in the p^ition it.11 Ihe] aid that they wen' awessud al a greatei • %  um than lliev ouglil to . --.i u 1 I inlaal utatemenl H far a la 1.1 an, bnpUed '"-1 Iht > should have been asseaaeil at aome sum 1 ii net at ihe Him .* i,ir2u WI lew the two tab were fundament ffl 6Uh rgnt and he wai rnbrngftnii 'hat th* petition Nhould not lxheard o 1 and saying that ihey •hnuld not he aaxeiied fenioc lk were rlaimina that a loas had I--en m ide The word* In the notice and •he petition did not havr to he Identical Torre ws differeni a beta i at all, and ru>t iiemf 'aasesvable" at all fa id not agree 1 1 NtbaDaMlen Uu.' DM ael uuld w be heard E\> 1 worked out Mb-yawaamtph A. the petition should -he heard aaffaarenh B—"that the rate and asiestmetit art in OUH" llegal '•' Bl ubmltt'"' rhat if it wai naearaary dhere could **> an amendment to tr %  . to Paragraph Sa th' words "in thai they are assessed al the sum of SI.M0 fKI Wai M I aA ell" ad however that ther-no amendment to the arinmal notice At this -tage further heari'is was iriloumed u %  1 1 %  !-.. It | 1 %  h M .... l> ..... S M'O, s • \ %  .. %  %  aaaaai Hri %  a aeatat s Taaje • %  %  %  %  OiauHailiL nei'AKi, MI nuneMrj u lii-ii, D at Mr 1 . nafsan H %  o. im".. a.> 11 raaneead .l"*i MasraaSn %  -" Mr r%  %  %  Mr, Mart fc-Sh-.. Mr. H..ial r •a,n H. .,.,.. %  • <*Oun UI.I.H,.., XI "i I.JHi I nai link Mn Kaihln %  mint Sugar. Molasses for Canada THE motor veaael COM 1 •#niile,ier,.,||| ,„„ %  ngaiiila) foj Ca load of i.soo ions 0 nHilamea and rum foi t rhe "CtieJIaaoer" ,1 ida M.I n. Brluah Nuti S 111 CZVCIMH SackArmy Chief PI VICE. May ihr gatnuaaal oi General Bruno ZaatetaL efaasf of ihs Czi Ann sujiply a I" I 1 Or. All u ui oter of Nation.I 11, fan 1 an 1 (General Jaionlav ProHanu the newly aaankati 1 UM Gen 1 surf rha • irdei aaM Gan> ml Zaplelal li A .in unraedaite s , lad foiled lo tul.. '"*• %  •<•• 10 ma •oppiv and lea ..: ..t|, •, ...,. The (uder charged him .(b mi.firieiM-e and t areles*tiu and *itii having telori factor) itatc of %  rfain in ihe Am, lii't'lService -Keuler. HEALTHY • gah) tcvclasaiha ,*— ., Mtaghiful.trun hkt leiherof 1 F >\ UIKUI* tear li otn.|.ii,r f %  *i riuooiK-i %  > %  >.,li fc", hit ii / xirAmi dun hraldiy aihl w*i J^"" *"> /Paw gem UssMabss, as\"Vt J ( iauidyftanJvlm7._^>--0 CMs C uticuia SOAP STYLISH LADIES' and CHILDRENS" SHOES MiU, l.o ,,.,!.. In Uli.lr Nubu.k ..id Bl.rk Surd. AM. hf/.ts IN HTOC'K ' IKKATIOKB IN RKAIIVM l. IIKI SSI s. null si .. siiiKis, ,1 MI,, um si ..ins TtVMS SHOUTS, III A, II IKM, HT< UIIOVItWAV III III XI %  %  ; I I II I II IIS I jnd 2 GALLON Sl/.l A I.SO MAI/.I: AMI l-IIKN Mll.l.s AMD %  %  Ot SHWHS CALL AM. SFI.KIT rOUBS AT ONCK i u>imnj ISWI liM lu & II RsriHHfe Sinn '-!••-':-;'----'•r:V--'—"'v '-'t '-'-"'-' % %  : % % % % % %  '%  :'%  WILLIAM mm LTD. Inc. B.C. VVP Inn,, ji.,1 rnriird LADIES' CHENILE HOUSECOATS — ALSO — "MOYGASHEL' Uaai Drc.-pia; n Coioua 11.11HAI. BATON PBMMM (Si-> .11 lu 4U| We Invilp Your Inspcclinn'


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FRIDAY. Jl'NF 2. IKtt ItARBAUOS ADVOCATE PAGU FIVE Barbados Chamber Of Commerce Report of On Council for the Year 1949 Meetings The following meetn held during the year.— The annual general Three quarterly general meetings. it*k Jr. to act a* jn adVal UM local representatives. (3l The third full meeting of the Oils and Fats Conference was held on 16th and 17th August under of Professor Twelve monthly meetings of the the chairmanship Council; One special meeting of c C. Beasley the Council <*' A conference of West Indian Membership Governors wa held from 7lh to 12th November The membership at the end of il'" "., Mml^ 1MB was 1M During 1 MX new 7&E& JSEFl member, were elected One mem^ olonl l -"!" %  2 %  I ith the Carl Ol of State for member* w.re elected One memV""""" %  £ %  • %  %  rhi ". m n ber resigned and one died The Comparative Prices of Goods total number of members at the rroni the U.K. and Dollar end of 1949. therefore, was 141. Countries During the year Mr A S Bryden Finance kindly consented lo prepare artThe credit balance at the beginother memorandum in which canning of 1949 Was $2.519 48. Subparison was made between similar svriptions from members during goods from the UK and dollar the year amounted to $5.355 20 countries. Items in everyday use Receipts from other WWII 11 were were chosen and the details were $164.77. The expenditure for thobtained principally from tiguuyear was $5,498 47 leaving a credit -supplied by the Dry Goods and balance of $2.54098 at the end of Hardware Committees. The re1949. port showed that in the majority Th* Commercial Journal ' <•*** the prices of British goods The credit balance of the Com*'• substantially higher than mercial Journal account at the be*ds oI tho "? '""'' the yearCanada to the B.W.I, which Mr. J. H. Brace. Chairman of h **" brought about by the Executive Committee of the the Import Control Restrictions. It Canadian Chamber of Commerce; was suggested in the resolution Mr. E. P. McClintock. Assistant <"• these regulations should bAustralian Trade Commissioner; modified so as to permit a greater Mr. A Douglas-Smith, Resident amount of trade being transacted Tutor of the University College of between Canada and the B.W.i the West Indies; Mr G M. DaCopies of this resolution were sent Costa, Vice-President of the Jato the local Government, Inter; lad rralca Chamber of Commerce, ami organisations and individuals In a party of twenty members of theCanada; and to all the Chambers Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, of Commerce in the BW.I.. suggesThe Sngu lndif.tr> The rainfall riming U is*: t, Jar*u r> and well dlatrt* buted All hough th. rainfall durbjg November Deet b ton th %  vsjrnie, that for Jnnuary 'H48. wag MM than was ndBctent inetature lo establish the >oung plant cane crop The orriixi February '" April. 1948. was dry and thiTluIt i i t • I somewhai raUrded UM rarminaUirough the Mlnietrj >i Food. h.is tion and development ..! Iht Pl ratoons. The rainfall during UM ' %  period May to DceemU-i. 1!M8 .i^ crop season Th* above the average and was well 2 !) per ewt, which under tho distubuted allowing both plan' Bug r Indusi canes an.i Uon and Labom of the nitrogenous rertlUaera ft. .. riU i*> d %  I-149 .rop At i! %  I" CIHIM*. .,; U.S.' %  %  ,1 I. %  Una i-i i It %  L in oheo c n rquhmwni of Fancj Muiassea w*U %  SPEED OFFENCES DECRE iSE |>l. W -1 Ol 1* I...... Bag ... Till n g. the number %  .. driver %  limit 'nt on the otbti hand :-cyeusu % >. i for ruling without light> and one %  gvj ttejM i>i --ii wrl applied betwtl %  > August nld The area dewi.il •> .,..: ,:,, cultivation in \' to bo $5 3t; p lb (96 bl The prod) f.r the yean 19* SUSS SS.4I illar ting that they should take i ut-tion. Shipping During tlie year 999 Merchant Vessels with a total nelt tunnag>' of 1,234.120 Ions arrived at the port as compared with 971 vessels of 1.076.557 tons iu_194g. In addition to the above. 4 "British Men %  a R iss.ni 'Equated nt the rate ol 330 win gallons per ton of sugar. K.KMI Crops The Ana Uial plan'.Ings has revealed thai the requll i than lultilled Tlie Oovernnwnl t Lancaster ope-n*e*i for a period o( anproxlmately o *ceks n ( ci sava and sweet potato meal which li Uxegpor ate-t In the Bab al In" 1K49-50 Crop Year. A ot ..l ..f 0.016 bags of processed •a required to be rnc-ul || manufactured, reduced in holdings Cotton V regulatu planting of rrojind ind vgfjttablag con•nJoreed who visited this island during goodwill flying tour of the CanbV i*an The Chamber's Dinner The annual dinner of the Chamber was held on 6th December. There were 35 members of the Chamber present and 28 guesLObituary The Council record with regrel of War, 10 American Men of War., the death of Mr Harold Phillips 13 Yachts. 8 Royal Fleet Auxlllwhich occurred during the year. ar les. 3 Training Ships and one 1 Mr. Phillips was a successful Dutch Gunboat called at Barbad-* [ businessman and a popular sportsduring 1949 man. 627 vessels whose gross tonnage Conferences amounted to 73.680 tons entered The following conferences of the Careenage as against 69' Interest lo the commercial comvessels of 63.716 tons gross : %  > munity were held during the year 1948; of these 159 were steam and In this Colony: motor vessels, the remainder l fin. (1) The initial meeting of thesailing vessels. Customs Union Commission took The Cruise Ships "Stella Polaris" place at Hastings House on luth (3 calls). "Britannic." "Argentine" Ji.nuary, under the chairmanship and "Brazil" made a total of six of Mr. J. McLageu, O.B.E and visits to Barbados during the real lasted three days The total number of tourists (21 A conference was called at carried by these vessels was 1.620 the request of the Canadian GovThe total number of passengers eminent to discuss proposals for arriving In the Colony by sea the future of the Canada-West during 1949. exclusive of intranslt Indies shipping services. At the passengers and tourists, was 4.796. invitation of the local Government The number who left the Colony the Council chose Mr. O. G. Leaby The following table gives the class, nationality, number mid nelt tonnage of vessels arriving at the port during i949: CUwi "I V*>rl NdtlotiiHty No (if Netl Vfxaria Ion lias* .1 M..1..1 BrHk* an •. ii.Taa S,VJO Emergent.', compulsory provisions i tinue to be During th the total J planted wa: of 10 acres and over, to 21 pei cent, from 26 per cent In U* l"< vious year, and In holding1 t 2 to 10 am in 211 pei cent from 26 per CCttl In the previous your These nsductiont >"'i< ma ill view of the satisla.loiy Ul position at the eml ol the pr.vlou, year. The keeping of UvaatoeK by plantations was. however, main302| 11*. per acre Hie total MJ tallied at the same level as be(or< viz one UmatOCR unit to every 20 acres of land. The KM oi cotton cultivated > uaMaimtoni during the 1948-43 -.., on wai 110 crej I rd wtUch yielded M4I9 lb with a rop avogaaa pet aora 1 Ml lb "i eed 1 ott< 11 Pi aaani planted •'"'bi Kraa ol cotton, yteiumu 176,791 UM ol 21 K \l\'s." in,' r.aiimont th h was recently received D) the llnllata council and v.iii bo shown In the reguiai asM klj in DM adului on I" 1 > p m at .1 shown at 9 30 a m for children Fresh Fruit Arrives • I arrtvad .11 the 1 rsterda) bj the atotof vessels "Caribbee*' and "LadQ Joy' The "Caribbes-" calwd Iroaa Pirrnintea •rhlla UM "l^dv J froaa : Both vessels araro to aM) Ba) until even 1 nt awalUPi the Careenage, fhey will bei to discharge their cargoes tod When the.e two vessels are pott, fruit vendors and cart' Hie waterfront to revi the fruit and convey Ihcm bo various points agaand 'he Cltj Hollingsworth 7pm M GaUCOgne n Leaves for England PKOnJt prbaared al B Altai very short nere. the veaaal was on Ha ullg . to the tlrst of these ports. The Goaroone" %  steamed int.* .ii OM SS harbour -bout 4.46 p m. frurn nldad After it was boardeii the Doctor, the passengar< busy getung ready to take the launch which took them to paMencers—19 t> %  %  -''' %  ftf !-*"**••* riled ilr*t class. -1 'Student Prince Oivrhauteit With ithull hi Student I'lincr %  uiio Cai uch lisle Bay yesterday. The Slaaenl mee will b taken up on dOCfe lO-da] ^uatraUan tamilj ' • ,1 "" : ratenahunant. •"" *• do* r*ehsr*j to raaoH A UIOJ MMBkR ol motor After leaving dock, tth vehicle driven Invadrtl the. expected lo lake a load (tf molai %  Departmenl ol the Central for Newfoundland Ii III.I> ... (.I. Normally 1 nlj do) un 1 Rial %  bown but "But full lenfth feature Blm prl marflj Intended ret oldei children bur agna all 1 to pown-upa The •' %  I %  %  their driving licence* ran e wad m (he I9W-8I period xplred 1 hen All licence!, for 1949-50 on Wednesday, and the of licences wtU coiilinu.' fog man] sraaki .•!.. in the Traflh Department will ha kept bUQ throughout this period T HE FINAL MOBILE CINfrMA -how for thi.* week will be %  rvaa on tin Cotaridaa &V Bg 1 ,! %  to-rughl [or tinI. I Bnl f the n shlanti al the Cotarl ha School area of St IVt.T Other activities for tu-mgril will ba UM Police Band Concert duv a fterni ui Heatings Hoik., and a leetura i utu „ ...a Salesmanship" which will be given by Mi G t lharp, foi %  %  I rVjatnuutei Qanaral, .ii the MCA until late aajrl The Siarirnl l-rinee" wa lot '"ek with a load of salte Bah from Newfoundland and the 11 went on to Paramaribo arttti ID transit .an Ohilaiur; Mr. W. A. Byer %  %  %  .V.'.VAV NOW FRESH I'tlllW I'H.I o> HOW get your supply from H. JASON JONES & CO.. LTD.—AcnU. %  %  %  a a a .Jider cotton cultivation was ae. 3ui. ai rampared with 1 ->T 1 rd 30 p. 111 the DB NFALI. Ttt* lalolali (• iiw > %  -' ISMs ISM . toUswi um ItM ISM in inlli-niaiul* In thLowland' Avxur MM thr -I...1. U y B n. U3 IM m oa in* 11. sssn lm IMS] in MSI 111 MSI In ... B| ,, our TAX avAfatnoa ISM %  OR THI BATH nil 1 < %  n*M Itna—1 IN mr isu ili isi IS4S in: IIMS S TFFNFV in WU the I accident beln owned in Bu at a ea Clarke ol Mai verton, Sf George, and m his son. John Clarke of the aim ... 11. and a mule drawn carl. ramad ba Bulkaaa} Lid and driven ba [^arranca Gibson ol S(epin\ The u^iii ghall of the ...it arm broken, hut the mule were not injured. The left Fiend lamp aim of the car were dU ABOt'T II 10 P M 00 %  1.. a Bra oil un 11 origin broke out at a era n hn.1.nut al Lai Ei.d. st Michael The 1 ulWI pi i, Tii. property ol Albert Outla :'. %  : MS %  %  IM.1SJ Tranrh AraMitmr NoroaaUi Hi-" Ctituan B-laian D-nlU. laaaan Brltlah ruitch SwdUh Tuga Shlini VaaMli brltim Frw*h Total Merchant Slhlppliiii The following tab^e shows the 1 umber of steam and motor vessels which atrived al the port of Bridgetown i" ti • iat VMVIS ssa.su rawn rafi • .i The Land Ar^uMtloa At Th. t -i .. etlea A.-i t nine ol tin 1. raei pad Count 'i dUTThe Inland's Financial Position From an analyis of the Ooverj ...etit\ budget expenditure I 1950—51. it b) found that the BU plus on tlu31-1 March. 1950 w $4.B70.UO(l Tho capital budge' „ jUt||l deficit is show,, as $534.1 the current budget surplus is T j H 1T11|1I oveimtii of the estimated to be SI80.360, leaving wn) a seawell. an estimated balance on the 31st The slow proKro s 0 f the sugar March, 1951 of 4.485.541 talks in London I^euislaiinn [riaraaaad lanraaanlalliai on ihc following bills of coinmerCon|rol Board (ieuerul The followrinf a ere principal mutters 1 of th. KIM 13 BG Airways 10 Trans Canada Airlines 7 In addition to the above, 82 military and 11 private aircraft landed at the airport The number of passengers riving by air during the year v 12.074 and the number depart by air was 11.963. In December. Trans Canada Airlines began railing at Seawell on tliiii South bound trip, making one cull per week with their fourAir Traffic engined North Star DC 4 planes. The number of commercial airIt is anticipated that they will call craft arriving at Seajcell Airport at Barbados on their North bound during 1949 was 1.242. as comtrip when the new runway at pared with 1.141 in 1948 These present under construction has were operated by five Airlines as l>een completed follows — The operation of telecormnunicaBrill.h West Injian tion facilities at Seawell Airpor: Airways . 1.191 was taken over in December by Nationwide 21 Int The — ctal interest were passed by th) Legislature duclng 1949: — The Income Tux (Amendment) Act. The Rotes of Income Tux Act The Vestries (Amendment) Act. The Estate & Sun. -ion DutlC (Amendment) Act. im. death took pi urday last <>f Mr w A. Byai retired schoolmaster al the aaa 1 %  ] He was buried at th Weatbuo Cemetery in the presence ol epresentailv, %  rlni Mr Byer -> tn. la long Una ol alanianiaij arhool irho arara ravarad i> 'TFFNFV KtlAII. ST. GI.OKt.F. many geneiation, no) DM • 1 n %  aw their age ..r then Nation In I h L-ii inotoi cai Gill, hut l>ecause of the COOtrtbuUoil A', and The %  1 had th the) had bean abla to make the 11 arabera <>f the genaradi \v ho oarna undai then an Sixt> >e,.l,. h .. Ml H>. 1 1 %  came the headmaster of St t'lcmeiUN SCIKKII in St l.tn > an 1 Bftei a few sealIheuv 1 i'n.' Lack to St MlchW srhara ha aatabushe.i a leput.ttn.t as headmaster of SI OUa'l Boyi s. boo) He retired a few years ago lino the Situicd lo become a Lecture in Teaching Mathodi al the Rawli 1*1.1 m inatltute Hera man. those who passed Ihrougl hands as pupils insured under his wider lutlu I %  Brigade aulekly ar master in teaching methods %  11, cena and oon atte blaie under control I.OKKV OWNED R Borin ., 1 Bl 1. n 1 .ei, damaged when 11 eaugh^ fire at about 2.3(1 p m Ml w. %  • %  1 returning Irorn 1 Plantation aiwra Ii load of eanei it 1 in suri-d. R J. N. SMITH, chi.f Clarl of the Harbour and Ship 11. p ,1 wi 1 at. rafurned bl lutj yeaterdaj aftei 1 ui .. ., %  1.1 1 1 Nebtetl %  %  \ Chief Clark during ihi par) T imot t.n THI (oi mis* Of the British li.utuil RenTt sentatlve, the following films will it the monthly reunio of thi vr Mi Byer was highly reapert> not only in his profession but l ei iii puhBc He poaaaaa an air of dignity wh. broughl him that raanai and an air of good ntUOV tup arnleb andaarad him .1 wide f iiniish KiHids following revaluation The Uuikang of ihe entrandM The Stamp (Amendmenti Act. |Q | (lls i m .*s pre)mhM by parked The Old Age Pension (Amendcarf ment) Act. f| ir p rrsv The House of Assembly (Rec ,. . , ., uneralioi. .. Meinber-i A.1 ,preee Uieb The Executive Comm.tte,1( ils lv 1(ll ,„ w(ll hMl) ... .... muiieration or Members! Act ,*, V ed from the Press during 'he The Customs Tariff (Amen It,,. A .mtion in the Sehi Hall to-night, beginning .Vlo. K Ilritish Newt, English Crimm* Justice. Sen Stout St P.ul Cathedral Tliere will he the usual gaiTM nfter me programme. HA RRISON'S BROAD ST WASTE 1'IMK TRY US FIRST FOR IMPORTED SOLDER .-.11 :," 1(1 Al.m — IN I I.B. BARS ONLY 51.30 PER LB SOLID DRAWN LEAD PIPE Int. li:i. "s ill.. '. ill., "i ill. uul I'J illv IN STANDARD WEIGHTS AS HEQUIRED BY WATERWORKS SI'KCIFICATION 45 CENTS PER LB. BIB AND STOP COCKS In Clmuiiiiiii and Polished Brass Sizes — %  in. | 111. and ^i in. BRASS RACKING AND TANK COCKS si/,.. — > H in., 1 2 in., % H in. unit *\ in. FOB All. THESE WE AKI: I,I'OTIN(; Till: LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN M'IMAI Ol I I II W E8TC I.OX M MOIIMM, % %  ALARM CLOCKS A RCIIHIIIC I iiiir-Ki-viK'r uilli un Allruclivc Onlsiilr K1111.I1 01 I PRICE — M.84 HARRISONS DIAL 2364 \ be ment) Act. The Merchandise Marks Act. The Aliens (Amendment) Ac The Representation of the p." pie (Amendment) Act past year. i R TOPPIN, Acting President. ROREIIT PETERXIM u a or ata r y, lBth M N AitniiM 0111 'itn:i> ... the luneUon % %  Banian R04 and Kinri Street earllei thai l"W reek 1 own,1 bj I L Watkins ol W bun Road and ridden < D Aiu .:.. ol UM inn *i'i' address, and another Im.ulr ridthlnai. liuibadiai .1 r ity al th. ripe Bga < 4 M %  I a Mr. Crooay and !• 1 ooei ed ill the more conservative da>' ag not balng • %  ear) gantla i-' 1 'Ucal opponent A mat views on every public quentioii he never Tailed %  > make them known, either hy writing t" UM Preaf. or interviewing Ibe M Un' legislature. A* hi.itll ':-l"l "" I' ' ingi and ontrovei ,.,i queauoni Hi mam raapi %  %  I bu*mep ana lie had 1 itir.ii.il AIT 1 li.. 1.1.1 IXPOKT TRADE FIGURES 1141 lU iaa> latr M !**• loin ion. <„,.. c c g 7S.TI 4S.OH ni..aw l.sai.an i.nu.aia X01V.MI Molaam IJDH l.UI 1,H1 ..4;J mail aoooo MM* 1.M0 l.UI I.1A0 VMM Crritah XM 3.0M S.77.1 T.M* ai.ii II.4CI *" no.ana i.rrtjK i* MOI \*r. %  M iau IfrM IMl C-llor a.lon. gilum. £ F-ncj MoiB'M. •...' %  ;> .m *I43.11 I.1U.ST0 I. *.•?-. mrai MIOMt 3)Mt *.l>13 -ja.SM P." .. : l.lUdl* Ml aw %  11*11 sen tanan IMI.U* 6.141.R36 ].ITM* 1 an m %  M H>m IIMl<<.|.| aM IMS IHI 1141 1E4B itw ml—. %  >ll*a> X < a 1 WT ..-. ga M .! MI.IU m.o* 1UJU H itn>r. it*:, w anr a!..;.%  . % %  •. 1 -..-'. : n.u i.iBa.sn las.iu IS5*4* iat; 1 BT-.2M i.i*i.r lt4l %  m %  : an in *.• Olympic Yugoslav Champ For Army Officers U.S. Race Under Trial den i>v 14-yaar-oid Autaran dram lowed %  -umugh li ..f Watei Hall Land with Taddj gree. the tooUtepa Harper on Ibe bar. Iioth Harpai and 0 li ,i[,.-i .-... % %  ited nt %  (ii %  er-i u<..pit.ii lor Injuriai A tlHI. Or 1NKNOWN OW CUM 1 Plantation, St, John al abou* 1 IMl [, I 1 I I fO| .. rana Owj propert) "i the True* %  I M Aii--tir. lelenw uf a youngv th.. .11 Haliam O 1 H through Iha Pre '"' I'" 1 1 platform had brought many — SYDNEY. June 1 Mervyn Wood, of Australia. Olympic and Empire Games sculling champion, announced to-day v ".' that he had accepted an invitation to compete in the Philadelphia Gold Cup Challenge Race on Ihe Schuoly Biver In September. Wood, who automatically became ihe holder of the Cup. emblematic of the World's Championship, by winning the Olympic title, was challenged by John _. Kelly. American champion and pelr'icow holder of the Champion sculls wno r fM i„ tin hi:i.;RAI)E. June 1 Si.viet Military Attache SldoroVlc, started enu.unn-s m immediately after the informii rienunctation of UM Tito regime, ai>ut the re • Yugoslav armv cbh of a Russian at'itck, it was aliened al a trial here today. Indicted before UM .Mill 1 %  • %  ., en %  ,: j,.,!!, army officer*. 36-year-old Ilran:o law %  Accompanied by his wife. Wood General in Tito's re will leave hy air for San Francisco movement .Id Vlado in August Reuter Oaptevii. .1 (-.IIIICT BTaflMar 1 I D became a Colonel and whwe %  B -"i jfi _• .••> bratnai Pah ( %  OOULommiinisH rj4meral, wai I a Maaafa'lai L'niwa Kinsflom Canada Ot*.r paru of Oat OtliM brtlln BOaja I ' %  %  •' Tafcla ar I t Ik* Iran IMS'M L'nilad Kinadom oThr^*pai < an Br.t..h emjiira .....1. far Ik1 IMS*'" Ml 4S1 • iMjai laatji tpMtji r'mni 1 ).ota.iu ....< % %  . M M • M4.M4 1ITS1.IS4 MustExpoKi'Frii'iuls .f the partis Neuter LONDON. June 1. Moscow Rauio tod..> 1 otherwise "good Commur., ware reluctant to expose the "antl•oclal attitudes ol comrades" Seme do not want to become involved in an emharravtion, others are chary of upsetting a friend." the broadcast laid "Such an attitude is pn-Bolshevik and un-Soviet Those who adopt it are guiltv of i political crime "—Reuter. What's on Today Court of Ordinary at 11 ftH Football at rt'iialnxlon al %M P m. Mobile (inema al Caleridie SehoaJ Ftur.t. |>tei at 7.311 p m Ntlllll It I1RI mm II Tuesd.i' Bt St !. Christ Church, I '1 '• Dd shinle> hit devastating criticisms Ml Edwin < rone) % %  1 %  %  g %  f Ihe st %  %  rail n a cnnlaat f..r ,„,. (,iv MM.1 in the R A ,.„,,,, 1, ,.!„ %  ihl howaeai he malntainwl an undvlng inter...,.. %  rjuteiM ( > %  -' %  %  %  "" A, -ieidh came on Bundaj rnornw His funeral lOOk pa*M '' %  i tthadri itherlng. %  Lay SILVER STAR" C0NG0LEUM. as a FLOOR COVERING For LASTING BEAUTY "vWy Hands Are Tied'' SAYS MAGISTRATE ..nds are tied, I am sending to prl '.ii 'or one His Worship Mr H Griffith toiil UniH-l Walters a 21-year-old labourer of Sutt!< I'l'i.i. ,ifli r he foun'l bifn guilty of larceny ;is a bailee having ln-en entrusted with a milk valued at CI. 9 1 DM I Wavell Avenue. HI k RoetC, d'l fraudulently convert tin big ->\>n u." 'i May 3! . -y,,. am of •'.< %  % %  Id he knowem for larceny and on the last conviction October 13. 1947 he was fined 10/and given 14 days' impri*.' bomdif (p£Ama~lift BRASSIERES The Lift that never lets you down We have them in 3 styles, sues 32 to 38 in pink and white. 4l.o -. H I.ADIE8 COTTON VESTS 1 Ill 1 k. with >vic|.mill ,.medium uul uuffl \]r CAVE & SHEPHERD Co.. Lid. 1KOAD STREET



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FRIDAY, JIM 2. I9su I! Mill \IKS ADVtK Ml PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. rr *" J04 Sal L.C.C Exams. $75 MUlion 1. ... M !U* .III t 11-0 4a> Funeial will leate B*H U' %  fl %  • Lrvi H. Hia'hwaiir •djiiiahiri > Gcraa* Part \.a lark |M RMM <•". %  < I \KM M i > I :M v Cl*-f Her funeral llW rralderae in i 'II pm to-day lor J Urihodiat Church ; %  >* then <•> th *V ret bury Caatietrrt Ftiandi are aa*e lo attend. Marl* Clark* oavightet IStl I ION HP .iWIN, at hi. rtwdenee rattardai Hi funeral leav.V-pr* CM %  *!'"• Vail, al pm Mill HKXT A PA RTMaWT—Oi fumiahed apj Can! Sand, on Sea. MM Bi %  %  "134 ALMA 1-ASiUJ. TJir •nOeeiurnr*l will -, i .. litrtr OSlcr*. N,. IT High fiM. i f UH aaj Hu i a o„ grid., (nd JUT.IBre el I p m | I0S Share. In rVubad — Wiipp-r t T-adlng Co Limned SOD Ah.re. „, Up, i • weet India Biteuit Co I CCtTTl* CATTORD CO I 11 SW li> held in I .. D ..f UM • i.'.iMd jtid rev...I I none plUwi a full certiorate The re|. low — -I Mll T>i. i % % %  kwaal %  , HI *MJ, H.itrhinaon DSI •* MI> Albertha OH in dauam*". Lout* OIU %  i-lawi COTTAGE AND F1.AT rent 1 >r far .ale lupir. i h. M Baa, WM-f .heaiad> to-an ihe the r-ui.o i.rc. Telephone ;•* %  ] M -T r K IN MCMORIAM %  fHIH Ptallj f,.rnuhed how-. ... —I rfMmiui dlatrWl. 1 mlk* fun. who died Jun. Irul IMS Tod-) %  i the Kingdom learn my aiariaa lubllne 1 the dead H living. Ood f< more C L Elder uui grave Have withered and decayed Dul lha lova (or you who ilaaf) l-.nr.Hl. n U I >\rr fuda waay •flU _l*a). Of Iiinnbriad by — Claratti Copt>ln. puxrt-er Dtmhwi MaliUU Adard and Gnndchildran FOH SAU.I; AUIOMOTIVt IMT Vi"<'iall II Appiox l-.aao •I in i-iii RmdlllOP A.J.hf|*ajn L'i.t* O.raaa Dial UIC M Mt I I %  CAR—Otia B S A 10 M P food tyra i.nd *K-J condition, raaaonabla prlcr Api>ly to JulUn Alwrll. Phoi> r II P bodan INI toudlllon Apjdy J>>n Jona* A Co. ) • M —tn. Fluid Drive Doda* radio and naw l*raa. %  idllton Good aa naa. > Read, c/o Canadian CAR -One rqulppa.1 wit Car in partaci Apply D H. HUT k of I', II P H S A Cycle in food lnm price raaaonabla Apply M..rhli and Edward*. Phone—MU IS M -3n BARBriT KLXCTRIC ADDING MACHINE >.-n imie "i New pne* •3W.0O will arrepi mo.M At Ralph A Beard. Auction Room Hardwood Allay Phone aW I a M-3n •M ouwii'irT BfTRICa34AffOl l reel' In aarfai • Rnn.ih m-avhaitlrd ...,n tied PM inromtation ph.ni* MECHANICAL MISCELLANEOUS TOWFJ.S—Hatla* QuaiKv Tnv.'H pMt Cloth-. Kllrhrn Toweb. V'' lor lhabeat aalactlon in T,".-. VtaM Novelty tora. Comer McOiau^i -Araet Mid Btoad ieel 1 8 -*' CAM aaafdaaj .lyled lone Peak KKMI > STAN WAY STORE. 1 ...... *. • W Sn. N-> 1 Clifton Tem-ra from ui Jx MVr I ;-prr PM> Street, three be*U.. iinc ai and all other coi Apply within i %  K „ ROOM IN-a .H Gentlamen ... ff> Uirge double bedroom %  —IKIKK ti.e aaa Board raaaonaMe I for the ncht party Phone MM 1 • 19 M %  JU-AN^EA-Por the month -f J ii'inadiate occupancy, fully furniihi II MII (.alow it Wonhlnf.. Includl H<(.la*r,itoi. Radio. Telephone G: .nd all ronvanianraa Dial ?a TIVEKTON — MraUu-lyde thraa |l ladrooma rant MO M per month fn, %  t July For partlculara apply i PtHI.lt MIIIIIS Till -i..>l; IM.I n-i Af.RiritTl RAL BANK ACT. IMS la Ike i.rtf.i,.,, haldlai Hae,|.||, tl.n afali.il (.UIV.K. Plan la II* a. TAKK N'OTTCa; that I. the Owner I he above Plantation am about to obtaii i kaan of C130 under Ih* provu ort o ha above Ad aaainit lha aald Planta lion. In reapect of the Agricultural ... MO to IK>| No money hai bean botiowed undr m Agnculuirai AU. Ait. 100*. or th tfiova Act Knives and Fork*. Plata.1 '*.<. ""' 1-UfhU Garden Lamp. FJectiv rcaux Two Single Bad.tead< %  % %  ir.daor Prea-e. \ with Triplet Mirror* arm Stool all In ('me ...ed and very rdr* l.on BadateoHl and Spring. C ( well kept and laid out garden. %  minute from aaa and baaiulKul %  .•ml. bathing beach The houaa conlaina Urge living rocn dining room, two bedroom.. >. l*droom can be added if dealrcd tub bath and nh.iv.i-• • %  > >nu coio water) and built in linen cuiiboard. tiled kitchen with built In •tone cupboard and new Phllco combined irfrig-rwlor and deep Brflgaj i.rchad verandah, all atari v>imli.v.• Hh hooda. alael French door*, larg-tone garage and aervanta quarter* witli foilat and ahowar. Ihe houar i> i.i. t lib fnrnlahed. lha bed. ha., both dorp .leap d lhini.-j.nio maltrr a a n %  hlngled roof, I'oliahad pine floora. the gani-: c*aaalawn*. tropical Dowering ahruba ami Hi war. together with elitl I I palma. amall orchard with lima, pawpaa mango, tamarind, breadfruit tieea, wlra-maeh anrloaad l.,k n v.getable garden and tool .had. colaane.t oilvewaya and garden pathi. will be aold .jnf.muahed If de.in,ll* •ate of Commarc-I Educ. %  -H..,. %  licaw %  %  N oblaineo ..,.,.., rfajBHPM PM |j | 1 Di.tin af pa.w* Fall Abae10 1 II 11 1 13 II .. M-. I 1 Fna-hafi • •>>. Math. n • L •* Lngli-h II R u T Hi • i %  7 M — I^oan For Argent inu WASHINGTON. June 1 Mr. Stanton Uriflis. United Statow AnibMaHlut lu AfMalHtiH, said hrtr that fir undentixxt A %  roup ol New York iMinkg had agrwu" ITT extend a Sii.OOO.OIX lomntifi-ial crcdil to Aigfiilin.i Tho credit would be ued ttfinance Argentine pun farm machinery and other equipment in the United Stales. The Ambassador said 1 interview that final approval ol Uie arrangement was awaiting, the arrival in New York of Jose Iirlg;nuli. head of the Uxohange Department of the Argentine Central Bank Mr Criffls aam ihut M'WT..I banks were involved, nuludina the National City ItanK, rag fJU not name tha olher&. The loan would sun *12S.O00.O00 credit from the Export -Import Bank, granlcl a f-. weeks .igo. Banking nnlf u Kn v. ik ooftAmtd "i WIIJJAM JOHN.SOS NOTICE la hereby given that all parton, having any debt or claim aeaimi or affecting the Eatale ol William Arnold J.iiir.Mic, deceaied, alio known a. Wllllipn Johruon. late of Baxter. Road. In the C9t) ,.( Ilndarlowii in llu. I.land. wh,i died at Baxter. Hoad aloreuid on the am da. ..f November IMS. are reojueitvd lo send in i-art>cuiai. of men ilaim. duly attralad to lha undrr.ignrd llany Seaton. Baiter. Hoad. Bndg.before the Sih day of July IfttO, altet -mi" date 1 -.hall proceed to dl.trUnite the aiaoli of the deceaHrd among tha "iled thereto luivina iraard only to auch claim* of which 1 .hail than have had notice and I ihall not be liable fr the auct* or any part theieof *o di.tributrd to any person of whtc debt or claim I thall nol then have Had notice AND all penon. indebted to tha aald e.tate arc requrated to settle thnr mdabtedna** without delay Sih day of May, lOSO DAISY SEA TON. i, Kxecutri* of the Mill nf Wll 1 IAU AKNOI.D JOHNSON, deeeawd ..i— known a* WI1.1AM JOHNSON 1J%* tn NOTICE Ha l PANTS Oearo Flannel Panta (I SO Pi Orry Plannal Pant* OB Pr rrwdy mad* and mada to order STAN WAY STOHILucoa Slreel i, ii i IT. ovrs [-Umaxthe be.t E.reliant nouil.hhol* family. oMamable > TYRE COMPANY. TraPhone MM so s sot f n rin: "Kusmcn." DDT rtj Moth Paper I* arn-ctlv.Moth.. Waap*. Mcnajulloe* On" 1 nuM houaa-nold paata inrhiding H may be placed in Wardrobe* Cnpboarda to proiact clothe" mot ha. J*iice 3 Da> ., i Jl'l.lAN EGBERT BRATHWAITE NOHCK %  hereby given that all per•nna having any debt or claim* agalml lha Ealate of JULIAN EGFtERT BHATIIWAirE dneaaed late of Pour Roadi. in lha parlih of Saint Philip In thi> l.laiHl who died on tha ISth day of October IS*B. Inla*tate ale reQiierted tn •end in particular* of then claim, duly .incited lo the undaralgnrd Ellina Frclllc Brathwaite. C/O Meaar* Haynr* t GrIfIKh golKitor* No 1 Swan Street mi or before lha SIM da* of July. IBM aftar which I ahall produce to di.tnbuta tha aaaeta of the deceaiad parlie. entitled Ovrrrlo ratvlag ugard only to auch claim. : -hull then have had notice and I lll not be liable tor lha aaaeta ar any part thereof >o diitributrd tn any parson of whoae debt or claim I ahall not than have had notice And all parann* indebted lo the m-l •state are requrated to settle, their aald lndebtcdncM without delay Dated tliU Slat day of Stay. M ETTINA ntm.l.A BRATHWAITE l>inllAcd AdmlnUrtratrlx of thr EMatr of Julian Egbert Bruthwalle. deceaaed KKAlllNtl, Knglnrvd taatl the inssls If! .i 'beer i -> thai kt-eps llurjectoc away This ii the proved policy of yrur-oki Francis C. Hawkes Ol .Nciiimer. Iierkshire. who haa .mtelebrated his 50th year with I LONDON. 1 m bet-n w.irnetl nol tn prescribtwhiskey, brandy, gin ami olliir alcoholic rrsc inuicr Uw bilUoiidollar-a-year National Health Ag part of the "cut costs" ii ii ssssjdal •-nnimittce set u .1under the Central Health Ser' t ';" I "'K brewery. n(.i.uncil and th. Beotllsh Sold Hawtog; ••There U n •boul LSfl pnpgraUoni which U"bt about it all. 1 hove alway should be regarded as f-d. and 1,,k !" advantag* of the traditions Ultrafiaraj invilege of nipping along for n not be prescribed free. I PI 0l beer in Ihe momim and I've not had a day's illness in Tonii Wines, meat extract.* and _> flata or J bedroom tn M Gums Bleed! looking llie other way An< % % % %  ortiing to H.iwki-, "beer wns really beer In those days". Today the ration Ii down to Ota* pint but Hawkes Is cheered by llse now stronger British beer ii** n step in the righl directi-'ti "—I.N.8. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE IRAVSFkN A\i SBaafJaTAl THE application of K. %  of Wall. Tenantrv. Cru-ial Churel iHirehaarr Of UfM I %  kOd lo l*wl. |i.grni ID re-jie. ill building at M.nwrii Hi' Chin fo* Ijc.il'. I... 'unired ahop .iit.nhed to i %  '.. T. :,.!,. ,-.,., -| >, -I.I -H' Ihtird thi. 3lat day nf May. •o C W RUDDER Eaq Polar M.igiatrale. Dud B" iSgd > KtSNimi M I tha Uraiitlnai Com WoUneMliiv. i(ii, rlav I o'clock • m at Poll* %  Hiding fluma. Sora .-II. mean Ih.t tot l.n. h M"lh'ir |-rh>i lie* Ar... ,.,. uVV/ati, 0 Aataaaaamaaaaaassk ,ort ."' S-IKfl J Araosan ;:jTO* Pvrrht— Treaich Naulfa A aZJl WAOTH) Ll sl.t t<> Otg Shepherd and Giar.ml Btri I nf pren.lara vtr a board BSkd S ngM building below Police Stall. i Reefe. Si Mtrhnel. for permlaelon to u*e *id IJquor Licenaa at a board and .hlngle ahop with ahafel ..tl.nhe.1 Eagle llhll Road. St Mlchac: Daled thla 1*1 day of June. 1*00 To C L WAJ-WYN. Eaq Police Magistrate. Dial A Signed El-orwr. MAVEHS. %  v i Nil Thi. application -ill he •mem! at a Licensing Court to be .1 Police Court, Dtttrtot 'A'. il* ISth day of June I0*X .1 a. MOR, am C L WAI.WVN Ag polM'e MagiaUatr. Di.t "I sa so Reply Box 33 '//'///.i'//V.V 1 .V/ l '//.'/.'A IOVI •& i or MI WilNTEII HELP r-XPtKIKNt k'l Nl lM ' %  ; % %  three vaar old --hild — Apply Mm atpsajoMsr! B.ee,ele Ma.sr-U^ 0=- MISCELLANEOUS ntVTTD TO BIT A gnod u.*d CAR U W 1* P m0 P .^U..U,BQ. nr,.**~ajoa WSNTSO TO SUIN'T IU."NGALOW or APABTMIaNT nSWS t* complataly fumiahed Writs" Boa S4 ., Ad. -ate Co.. Ud "' w •*" P0KPV IJ^TJ. With or aBWH .tarT Apply C W CUrta C o CUr< a. Turkar. Plantatlona Md ..,„__ LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE TSANarTR AND REMOVAL THE application ol Walter Km, of ^ dgr Road. Chrlri Chicrrh. pucchaaar ,1 laquor Urenee No 10*1 r,l lv :--mted to Irene Hind* In Nepal %  > raa r.-.fW board and shingled bald p.g at Gnodland. foe permi*"-' he aald License at a board and .hmgled ihop attached to raaldenca at li-dgi* i CTairrh within Dt.trtrt %  B 1 Daled tin* 31st day oS May. 1SS0 ro C W i;' :.: %  • :• % %  bq PBJI re Magtatrate, Diet R" -Sgd < WA1.TEB KING. SsfS a sai N B Thi. application will be conidenrd at the lacanaing Cauri lo be %  eld on Wadrveaday. Uth day of June lOSO. at |1 o'clock am al Polkca Court* C W RUDDEA Police Maga.ir,'.. I>.^ | 2 0 S In LOST .' WtlJr -The Will of the late Albert Holder of Sttarbourn*. Si Finder will ba rewarded ea io Gi.hon SlanMy llaldar of llraraton. Hi Philip or Co Genera. Motor Omnibus ca Noteea st t s a sa-m mta*JHwa|e Available at Ralph A He. aiehouaa. ll.rd-.--1 AU*> Nitan. Phono Oflas la^ivg ion larm prnnd LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE THS! appUcalloi re> Spring. %  .; | '..change atarnp* Sand yp"**^ receive gtSw Al- ouier ming. Cd Pf'"--' ISM No Harvard Bi.a !• 7 n t ", Cahfomia. USA •*>-" SMA1JHOUSE Worthing. RortOcv -I H C o Advocate. [ I1.AT Haating. Mnct or Doyreil ll. i \ v / -•."bkaepar r. %  ,. U [..r. I, „ %  •*.! SOT of IBM. ipect of a board and ahlngle ahop attached to realdenre .Ituala al Porey Thomat. to remove and Ucanae lo a atone wall and salvanlied Shop .Ituala at Porey Spring Si Thomaa. and y> •"• •' %  uch u 1 DMed thi. ,r.t day of May. ISM • Sgi) < ETlLf-LBJSIT ORJSSStTDGE f.. Appl-^it T.. C I. D It WAI.WVN. l-i Ag Police Maglatr-le. DKrtrlct "D" N II Ttu* application will be con.lOered *t a Licanaine Court to be held on 14th Jun* IMS. at 11 o'clock a m .1 Police Court Di.lrlrt "D'' 0 I l> H *A1.''V\ Ag Police Mag .tratr 1> saw la The University College jl of the West Indies Extra-Mural Department jj TWO laBOTOataU by — A J SUMOI 11 ti Qu Ill 'WKST IMHAS NATI 1(1 Pfll IK. at the BritUh ( ounril. rVsfciaiM On MOMMY June 5th. al B 15 p m Oae r the better Igpe oa-ieni I in a aftacl Bg and conatnu-iad by a for, „f r assilS kttSMa 1 )>edroon • %  nh baaina k ntted wardrobaal lied bath-c ariyanta %  lawn. flowering ahruba and plant* Owing lo ual .ui...lance, mi. dror.uk (loper1* I. pfToiad wall below roa*. for UINi^ |||| H; | g, iunrt %  modern atone bungalu-' haa l*'Be bedronm. OM A DINNING ROOM 'ICAHURES Mahognay and •d.. Lovely VaSMM and Stool*, lining and Luncheon Table. IUM Cabinet*. Sideboard. FOR OFT1CE ..vrinii AND KITf'IIEN !>r.k. and Chair* that on take it Kitchen Cabinet* U sr San nig ratsaa "* waegoo.. Bookcaaa*. Ruah ru-nltura L S. WILSON Heart Operations Successful LONDON Jans i Three middle-aged AsMl i tOaalghl M'p.iite.1 nioessaful operations for adult heart H.M'.I tin. %  Hospital lii-ai t %  %  turn ami iiie uselsianl phyil Ian at the hospital.--Reuler. The University College of the West Indies Kxlra-Mural Department WEST INDIAN HISTORY ('onaUtuUunaJ Development A > in KM OF TKN LFITlRfH by II A VAI OMAN al the HrlUah (ounril. Wahefleld Hegtiinlng IHIDIV June Hlh. al S 15 p m Fee for (oscr: SI 00 Memserk of fcxtra Mural Aasoe Hie Nlngle Lecture*.: I2e SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. SAD INI, (RUM A*t>T*BH\M AMI! llOVgB •* CitTTlCAJune 13rd I B HONAIRA" J.U. in •\IIISI. TO .IM.II... IIIM.M .. ANiwear *M> I-IISHIV M I i"i\ifar.Mi J .(JTlh Ms %  ailJJMSTAD Jui. ?.ii, -tn i\u in miMuin I .1 IM. I.I..I I 1, >(l S S "HKCl'BA June Id M a BCaVADOl June ism S S KBXSHAJune .*! %  a p. Mi'saox SON a to. no. Ag*a -IV DAMtWOO-T 1 anil %  St Lucia St. Vincent, aan.n* %  YSBBBj Wh June The M.V -CAJUBhur win acrapt CHID and Paaaeager* foi llonunicB. AnUgua M. SS gjlta-Nm*. will, g Saturda\ 1 SM Jiane B W 1 SCHOONKSt OWNERS ASBOCIATION ilKC 1 Talaphcne No *MI Canadian National Steamships % %  I iHnni NU Ball. Ball* Balls Arrive. '• % %  Bailfaa Baalaa B-daa Bdaa CAN ,'M -isj-Jl SSnd May LADV Nll/a-S Slat Maf d June ttb Jiaaa Itth June ISth June CAN lONsimrii R S June SSth June Srd July SO. July US] -' BS l-M'-i WWiSON mn Jiaiy aw Aug flth Aug. l^DY HOUtGCV .sard Aug SSth Aug sam/UBS. "h Aug lUi Sap NMRIHntll Ml Arrlra* sail. Aratvaa trrWe. BOe* BaaMa Ualkfaa Heatreal LADY RODNEY am Juno IBth Jim* ai*t JUI SSth J -.i-tnv NsaaaON SlUi June StUl June ath July nin juiy th July tin Aug. ath Aug ISO. Aug LADY NEIJKIN ISO. Aug SSth Aug. Aug Srd Sap. LADY ii.n--.i-, ISth Bap I. g BBS Mb Sap. let Ort ath on GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. AgeaU. PASSAGES TO IRELAND Antilles Products Ltd.. Roseau, Dnminiea. offer passages to .iaaa!' 1 1 '"'' % X IH'ALA". next soiling from Roseau about -frfli June, and thereafter about every thirty-three days. BBBS fere, t TO. usual i.tluctions for children. TIE. OMH n&mjmAxmqm FRENCH LINE S.S. "GASC'0<;NE" Sailing to Trinidad on the. 20th May, 1950 MUM CLASH TASSAOIS ONLY SIS.o* SS. "GASCOGNK" Sailing to Plymouth and l-e Havre via Martuiitjue and Ciuadaloupe on the 1st June ly.'m For furtdii pmiii iii.H. apply to — .1 M. JONES & CO, LTD. -Agents. (iel Ihe pick of the 'Ticket Gear available by seircilnc yours now "' have a complete range In stork. llll IIMIIAI I IHMMIII >l (CENTRAL I in Mn; LTD — Proprietors I Corner f Hreaul A Tudor SUeeta. .Iff*. 1 antrwrtar A Builder HACIIIM: ntH)l>-U()HKINU LM us build >our WINDOWS & DOORS By marhlnery wlilrli aaaurea, aeeurary and rrunumv anil nlivlously must greatly reduce rotl of same SAVE MONEY DIAL: 2791 — | lor full partlruUrs L. A H. MILLER UO StRKT CIIV I SEE tig FOR i i (-.in Flannel. Serge. Traplrals—Plain aV Ktriped, Tweeds, Ihe beat Pin Stripes. A Is* Khaki A While Drills Spec laity THANIS Pr.Wa. Henry & Swan Slrrets BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. JANETTA DRESS SHOP Uwe i'l ::nr (.vi' OPENING SATURDAY, IUNE 3rd. oad Street NEWSAM A CO sestri oga* with acre with i,\ S reception, i % % % %  ... %  i % %  OoM -.. ritatl FOR RENT HOU| THOHNVILLE SI Jama* On f^l-ATS al St Lawrnice Qri Jarn On*"!, 0 r *' TT *'' K ' an i s" *VH„ REAL ESTATE AGENT Aurllnneer A Surveyor PLANTATIONS HI II.DING Phone 4440 Hour*: SATURDAY d.30 to 11 30 MONDAYS to FRIDAYS 8 3U It) 3 3 J." A Small Assortment oat . '. ... IIFA,IV MADE DRLBHES from S13 0O Cp. Ahvo llrrsvSMl ssjagi to order Each dre** diflrrent v rabrlra hy LIRERTATR of LONDON a SPEC1ALITV X BRITISH GUIANA AIRWAYS | WEEKLY SERVICES ST. VINCENT :; s AND DOM INICA FOR FULL INFORMATION CONTACT ^ AGENTS : BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS | lo.,. (road $1 Bndg.io-. Phor, 4S8S ; ; \\ BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS LIMITED NOTICE Due lo several changes in schedule which become effeCivc Thursday, lit June, 1950, all persons holding reservations on or after that date are kindly requested lo communicate with our Office, I.ower Broad Street, (Thones. 4585 and 2789) for information regarding changes in times of arrivals and departures, etc. CS.&WN A V* RttV* MM, ACHIEVEMENT BY HRINIilNG THE NEW CROWN GINGER ALE



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PACE tOU i; BAKIiAOOS AUVM'ATl: I I:II.\\ II Ml I BARBADOS! Am'CMTK r....._i -, — t ., Kridas. Jiinr %  •. 1S.-.CI IIOAli SAFETY ON WEDNKSDAY Col R. T. Michclin addressed the bus drivers and conductors of the island. It was a part of the attempt that is beintf made to ensure I greater degree of safety on lht roads. The address was held at the Empire Theatre and it was unfortunate that the Colonel did not take the opportunity to invite all users of motor vehicles and to i;ive to his address a greater degree of applicability to all users of motor vehicles. Col. Michclin addressed himself to the shortcomings of the 'bus drivers and conductors but the problem of transportation is not confined to one group. The Colonel brought home to drivers and conductors of motor omnibuses the grievances of the public in respect of insanitary buses and the demand for greater courtesy and consideration by travellers on 'buses. Where the Colonel temierroneous impression is that ma, y are apt to infer from his remarks that dmers and conductors are the only culprits in the matter. He particularly took the conductors to task for the over-loading of 'buses but did not make mention of the fact that many conductors overload their 'buses in an attempt—howavtf misguided—to meet the demands of an insistent public. Many are willing to criticise the tines imposed by Police Magistrates without being conversant with all the facts. Many a time a conductor charged with carrying excess passengers tells the Court that had be not done so school children would have been late for school. Facing a situation where the defendant is not flouting the law but attempting to serve the public the Magistrate takes the view that the offence is not a serious one. Now the Commissioner of Police has given warning that he will p licences of those conductors who have got a number of convictions against them. It does appear that a better alternative would be for Police Magistrates to have the power to suspend the licences of conductors as they can do with drivers There can be little doubt that the Legislature would make the necessary amendments to the Act. Such criticisms u may be made are not in disparagement of the efforts of the Commissioner and the Director of Highway* and Transport to brim; order to the traffic of the Island and to secure safety on the roads. Their efforts have been commendable and their innovations have been beneficial to the island. The effort that Col. Michelm has made to bring home to 'bus drivers and conductors their responsibility to the public whom they serve is timely and appropriate. Concessionaires could also have been aptly reminded of their responsibilities. The drivers and conductors are expected and required to appear clean and tidy on duty but the supply of uniforms is in general the duty of the drivers and conductors Can their wages stand the cost of such uniforms and the cost of keeping them clean? Would it not be better for the Concessionaires to supply uniforms as is done in England and other countries and to train, tram, and 'bus employees. The Commissioner has quite rightly turned his attention to the prevention of accidents but even in the best regulated traffic system a number of accidents will take place. It is time that Barbados had compulsory third party insurance. At the present time a person may be injured by a motoi vehicle only to discover that the driver or owner is a man not able to pay %  nmpanialhm. Indeed m Barbados, bind cars and 'buses do not carry insurance at all either because insurance companies are unwilling to carry such policies or because the premiums are prohibitive Col. Michelin and the Director of Highways and Transport should impress upon the Government the necessity for such Legislation and persuade them to introduce the necessary Bill immediately. Col. Michelin is to he congratulated on the efforts being made to give Barbados an efficient and courteous transportation system. He deserves the support of all read users, motorists, oycUtti and pedestrians alike. Through his efforts the risks of death and injury on the highway will be reduced and travel in 'buses will be more comfortable and more pleasant. But his efforts will require not only obedience of the law by "bus drivers and conductors, but the willing and wholehearted support of M\ users of the public highway and of public conveyances. ilC most importani hot lie in the whole off Britain . IET ME RAISE DO TOO EKLY HOPES BUI THIS IS HEMS, TERRIFIC NEWS . 0M .i Lai in Wiut*chopH\ drab but weUnmilpiMd London Hospital Is small, stoppered phial, which hold* the hops of millions of sick people The while powder in the phial murks |hc most important advance yet nude towardlit patients everywhere the astonishHU poWOTi of thr American anllrheumattsm drum called o rtisoiu%  M AC "Til But what makes it even more excitniK u th, fact thai, within the lust vt-ir. >im uncnls hav* shown thai these drugs may be the key lo new treatments for more than a score of uti • d before thr new drags will be read) for rautiar asr. thai ;i revolution in medi leal thought is taking place can j no longer be concealed fwt recent medical oonference on ACTH was described by a doctor as "like a reUgtous meetI lug. with men popping up all over i the bouse to tell of some seeming miracle" Consider the** case records — A ;.. %  ...•:.err, laaerra'''•*•* ACTH layecttotu ree days all the gyaap%  --%  '.:• % %  -..-• %  .I' |Niraw a—. . N 7 -that the patients were cured The germs causing their complaints wars not affected ir. any wa; Taaar lymptons flared up immediately when the injections wars %  .; • But the discoveries point a new -...• I paaj I % %  ggas tag .:...,-UOOJ may provide a rapid method of Improving a patient's condition. the gam lo attack by Rei-m-kithiiK -nucI^>ng-standlng cases of aathnu have reacted so favourably to ACTH that for the AM .... !" % %  i i %  • %  ( iir r M i Msaor u.i.i dug . %  <-Oi.nl III SpOIIS. Mjt ir-wr : %  j ly. he went on. 'I**rtaaas (a aistressing skin compl,. i ICV.NI RhrsmiUr fever .,n| rh*amalkrardllU t. „, tinIMRSM) barva all roan shown 10 respot %  | ; %  %  tlllailllli Ills show that wh the body' SUppi* of I in.idequati Lrvakdown-sympton. can be produced by mai —nnxirt lion That i why heart ailments, mental com ptalntg. spreading ithe taoatOfl of civil lied livi' x Increases, doctor, argue. Mn-siltlr I IMMIII It Acute fatal blood disorder) has shown remission in a numbci In gome of whichthe treatment has bean uie-*av:i;g Single injections of ACTH nave cleared up disabling attacks of gatjL Today cv-nes a preliminary bbora eye-rasa S|n ill \L: m These finding* *usgt'>l U* cortisone pe Hugs may be valuable in atress-crniiiaint.'. Trials of ACT! OS a possible cure for -; an The drugs nay also be used %  cut do* I especially among premature >.. %  ; %  %  cortisone until savors! days after I ... %  be available. So all the. poaaihtllties depend on : epmont cf some other ftn the same pOwSC hu: umpli for cher %  If til I** wOKKI PCOOI at the London IlggaBM What Oaas all Ou> aSot aS> '^ Uiffirullirs tires* M in.v tine ACTH sutxuiUtei the body to s< free e*tra upf... Tlua apaakor as taai aaaaa aaan !A :< i—wna • cal const. Tution is inu> N •• fc ... DOgifegaaa H Datssralfai :.-. %  effOCtl •*f wear and tear, but not enougr: to withatand the impact of a severe germ attack. When unprotec.ee by cortitooe. the tissues react violently to attack, producing dui%  are grea: : o that .". car, t- aaai on a commercial icale. are being c.-rricd ou: as fast as p Vorris :. -LI •• Lee Wade At Work But After three s of utterly exh.usting holiday this an awoke to a sickly world fast Tuesda.t thanotm, wrecked by nausea and great glocn one of those awakenings when the mere beating of fly's wings resemble thunder claps—when one wishes one was not just dead but well decomposed to boot He did T not awaken gently—a harsh voice roared. "Up. lout, for today you I sad to do your one day's work at the House of Assembly in order that you may obtain more I >*h to squanji: %  oubtful that a *ight HI I | will be permitted to even enter. 0 anyway and let the i House tolerate your unwelcome self for a few hours." Protesting and whining feebly, the body waa 1 dressed, given a bracer, eight cent* for bus fare, and thrown to the 1 the working world Three 'o'clock saw the wreck totter across 'Trafalgar Square, groaning piti1 fully and pleading for aid. Kind bystanders led the creature in the right direction and hauled it up the steps to the august Chamber. A chair was produced and the thing was draped over it as a dun rag over a sink A vuBUng tourist found the object of considerable interest, and showed some surprise when it was explained that 1 1t was not something dragged out of the swamps but merely Lew. %  ,%  rs All was peaceful and serene when the unhappy one found him-eif dragged l its feet and held i there whilst HU Honour the i Speaker stalked Into the Houae. preceded by the Mace Utnp be> .tween supporting hands the re' volting one saw. through glassv .eves, the Speaker mount to his dais and bow to the Government members on the left His Honour then turned to bow to the right. 1. and waa doubtless somewhat surprised to observe nothing but vacant chairs. Closer investigation revealed the presence of the leaorr of the Opposition. Mr \\ and Mr Reece—the Ui| %  Honour the Speaker spoke soft words to the effect that, through lack of a quorum, the Houae was adjourned until next Tu< Honour left, whereupholding the corpse at the Press table left too. allowing the bod> to slump back into the chair in a natural attitude It was later ren-.oved and earned to a bus at Probyn Street for dispatch to Us hovel It arrived back, limp and futile, needing only love and sympathy. It received ner.t.< why are you not at the House doing your work, you worthless goon' to plague us instead of earning much needed Dollars to supp-jct rovs brood and pacify your Answer me. despuaLle cad—don't reel there droc...* moaned the objee] "I have, on m> oath been to the Houae—but Daddy" Adams is away, an.l ooubOess many others must be unwell, for the> were not present, and there was r.o session to help me" "Don't give me that." snarle: the delicate hi> 'you ha\g> been %  House." You have beewith your rowdy fneno lute you should fall into a deep pit and be covered with lime Th. House hasn't met for three week—who u looking after the affairof the colony if it didn't meet today? "Not me. love." lisped the abused one. as. the object of scorn and derision, it limped away to its bed of straw in the out-house Hours la*. mortis began to pass, and the creature began to bror.< injustice of life, particularly its Mr Keith Wakottask him—he'll prove I BO* trying to involve innocent people %  isgustcd .. the clod l was there" Screaming its innocence the unbelieved wretch was led < 'e it has .-' %  the keeper of from hallucinate %  %  suoers and now it claims to have meeting whli %  .imed ti have *oen the Loch Noai monster She had the sympathy of all—I of none— •• of all—Woe is me THEGfOnftOLg y. c .%  • \\ ; 1 k_ \ v i 1 s *"^H smfv IM uttto T*V maw >&> e.' S3 ct If TO PdYWu Toe i,-, tv of ^cate Whal b \k Like To-tay? jCiissi.i h.is %  % ariiiii'"* — A S|M.I'IM.MI .mil it I iliilli. i ii::; >|.iss ruiiiiuit .ilout: IIcii mil Says LIDDEU HART In Defence of The West' u HAT has rjayraanad to HM IM Army^thut |uippcd 11 >*>>ps mat on Insj aaba in ,.i men sent honuimpressions ot oUtorderliiMfS, untidini'ss. stupidity, and prtmitiveoeai They saw businesslike tanks minijllnri with horses and carts. t ii.iunirymen whose reptuation ithar dull stubbornness, mixed wilh surpnsinK resourcefulness, had gone ahead Today, behind the curtain, that stranye Experts are agreed that'll has 173 fully manned divisions, comitfa the eight that Britain and France Europe But the main threat to the Waal lias U 18 armoured and motorised divisions that would be the spearhead of attack. For the Russians have two .mines the army of quality and the army of quantity; the I and the lumbering mass. Their 1930 weapons are likely to be good. Thr Russian* began the last war with better rifles than the Germans. Their machine guns were as good. Their mortars, looking as though they had been made in the village smithy, were handy and acci FOOL-PROOF TANK lad tha war with one of the tht T.i4 It had two inches of armour, a three-inch gun, a>MM6d of 34 miles ':it silhouette. j the crew ware enmpad and the nstruments poor; but it was fool-proof and suitable for their rather simple men and for : battle : 'hey have had German techhelp Them. Evan without them. during the war. they kept ahead in tank I production. It is wise to reckon %  are now at least keeping their old rate of pr E ajao likely to be keeping to their old policy of the mass f n oi one or two simple "types of tank. ir this technique was a great help to rapid output m quantity unzers had a dozen different types of armoured vehicles which greatly complicated the repair and spare parts problem. The balance of advantage would seem with the Russian tank policy. In the air. where it is more difficult to hide more obvious. Their ouput today is the highest in the world, but it Is mainly of light ground cooperation and training'types. thair tanks, production is helped by simplicity. Most of their airplanes are of wood. Russia's big handicap is engine design. In which they have been greatly helped by their i ii.s-Kovce Nene jet engines Si n raJ new jet lighters have travelling at more than 600 miles an hour. They are probably concentrating on atom bomber interception, although they have developed new iong-range bombers. Heavy transport aircraft now being produced in Soviet factories may fill that odd gap in their last-war forces^—airborne troops .Although they were the first to put their troops into parachutes, they have still not used them in battle. The probable reasons are that they had too few transport airplanes and too backward a technique of navigating SUBMARINE FLEET THE Soviet Navy is worth mention because, although it has only three battleships. some nine cruisers, and perhaps 60 most I v out-of-datc destroyers, it has two aircraf: carriers and 250 submarines — the largest submarine fleet in the world. Now that they have German schnorkels. German experts, and component parts for building many more schnorkels, they can threaten our seaborne supplies. Beyond that is the possibility of developing submersible troop-carriers — an attractive ldea K %  Power without command of the se.i An undersea approach, combined with an auborne attack, might be formidable. But so would be the difficulties for a force %  ..ucperiancad in amphibious operations. ^ sharpest weapon remains the aimoured spearhead of her army. That mu remain the target of Western defence. HIS ANSWER WHAT of Britain's Army? Liddell Hart says Scrap Conscription. Rebuild nine or So *"8h-quality divisions from an army of 250.000 regulars. Let them be in a state of instant readiness to deal with a spearhead attack. Reasonable pay obtained from the savings on conscription would soon bring volunteers to the Army; and there would be money left over for more tanks. ataaaaj -i .K. a.„ „ saagasaal a, Oatasa. ajfat Ma. ..a. —L.E.S. D.V.SCOTT TO-DArS SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE I'Mialh NOW Tins UN (AN PEAS .31 u !,„. oV.\I.TISK(l.ar K *) 124 UH HEINEKEKS il"cl>> I1KKK 2b tt'r llurv .... GALVANISED OVAL BATHS—IS to 30" r.ALVANISKD SOUND BATHS—14" lo 26" GALVANISED BUCKETS— Liuhl. Minium ..ml l|i..v; CALVAMSKD WATERING POTS GALVANISED GARBAGE CANS GALVANISED SINKS 20" X 14" GALVANISED WIRE 10, 12. II. IB. 18 Graff • WILKINSON & I1AYNES CO. LTD %  gjaaaajaag to C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. DW % %  %  • Bi:< KWIT11 STORK, YES MADAM .. CEREALS $ ARE EXCELLENT FOR THE HOT WEATHER! --J^ Here's Our Fine Assortment IJl'AKEH CORN FLAKES . .per PkK <,'! \ K EH IH'FFF.l) WHF-AT „ .. MUTFETS IJIAKKH OATS {'BEAM OK WHEAT I-arsc .. CUF.AM OF WHEAT Small .. PABLUM LarKf .. FAHl.UM Sm.ill .. BIX INS CEREAL FLAKES Per .. WHLATIES MIYAHDEE SPAGHETTI DINNER .. .. STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO. LTD. Ml hi WAY FOR .1 SMOOTH seaamm IN A SUIT OF , Hfadrr Say: Maybe NounCannot Bear \ois Tli* Cdilo-r The Advocatt. SIR.—1 x-r that my Icltw ha* lieen answered by Noiaebox "583". Kmht now I would like lo K this uff niy mind. 1 do not have onr >r thor things, there's i*> need to alncsj I am completely sutrouii.itit by limn, and it 1 did 1 cprtainly \ mild not forfoi that the eminent man of sctaice liaw pi i-ilh a little knob that can turn r thDU Oft' Nevei ihelwts. "environment nkaa tha man", and It does not lakS a hot mathematician to prove thai wise oiltaSda, noaia inside, noise nil around" woul.l |trS fortti a combination of keeping noise, or certainly being able to %  •ear it! AtMin I have all the convent icaa, in. %  -•iwvrnifnivs of modern Ixwn.-s Hut fortunately ihey have all been soberly used: and I would like U> remind "MI3" thai I have always liv.il ii „ at, or supposedly quiet dlatrkt not a rowdy place Being reared from the iimo i wa.* abw lo hoi i %  quiet place, naiuraliy. |lvai .i IfM.ieii.v l.. peaceful aiirmutidingKr .in.l like an oldster n i iva up his or her old urn reluctant to give up my peaceful section of little Barbados Furthermore, when the lime lomca that things have gone U>.nd recall and ear endurance 1 %  m quite ready to thm mask nf "deep concentration, atirntion. and reflection". .t i d not have these I would not be at :itinoi wasting my parent-' %  | mind somebody els. Dor on %  %  one about me is studying i onoe. or trying to sleep and keep more noise than -583" has ovan been accustomed t i lx>aniig. or could hear fa bents a peaceful struggling sjbu (ient who Is raised otit of h: peaceful enMronment. for onoFor once and for all. rememb. thenart different types of pOOpfc the world besides you. mayb>.". have a clock and modern lunci (ountcr What will visitors and tourists think of this ? That i< th.question to be asked A couple of book and newspaper-** .< %  also in demand • | .*>k* like a makeshift, and not a leading stand for Buses and passenger* TKAVELI.ER To tlir Editor. Til* AdVOCSM SIR —TI %  P thankful to read the report of Honourable l>r V..--i.,h concerning the unsatisf., %  %  I that this condition of affairs has been allowed to grow •>nd wo^cn ? I also agree tha: another Hospital is needed, and should be equipped on modern and spacious lines with i the main floor and presenting i "ranee Our Doctors are also entitled t. A.irk m better iwroundliiss, BJM without such pressure Could not a suitable spot be found In Bridge. its not %  .: Pnyuta IBS. soineihing be don,* to help the sick of our island, and also the medic-.; ALARMED CITIZEN Horr UutvH The Editor, The Advocate— SIR.—Recently m your paper. I had been seeing conductors reported for overloading buses and very heavy fines imposed It was a grand i %  op | 0 j n ., branaportution is every 15 minutes, bu: what about the country man wh.> has sometimes to wait hours before he gets a bus. I am specially referring to those J*P e %  rdoa and Holetown Verv often th. walk to Payne. Flay In order to -mi bu will be leaving half hourly and ourlng festivals Quarter hoiirlv A DAILY BUS USER Holetown. J une lt 1 o 5 ( li TROPICAL OR PANAMA SUITING Stop in (o-day and aee our big selection of SUMMER SUITINGS DAC0STA&C0., LTD. V-H? 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WEST INDIES LEAD SOMERSET BY 363 RUN

“NO NEWS—iS
GOOD NEWS”

—Says Bertie Gomes

(Our London Correspo dent)
LONDON, June 1.
-W.I. SUGAR DELEGATES. are cred to resume dis-
eussions with His Majesty’s Gover omen on Wednesdoy.
This date has been fixed provisionally, ond is subject to

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~ WALCOTT, WORRELL
GET CENTURY EACH

British er enemm | Somerset 177 Ist innings
W.L. 267 and 273 for 3 wkts

AFTER A FIRST innings total of 26/, che West In
dies to-day dismissed Somer :t tor 177 im tne

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approval by both parties. sia oh nae om second day of their match at Ta nton.
hale cies ot Gores ar o olleag 18 crentists eae x , - m7 a
ii: aa ep ’ i 3 a ‘ee Siheods x ; et mer they es a ‘i By close of play the West Inu.es were 273 for 3
) } it record 1s ants ¢ i ° > jf‘ r Any
3 Tom Cats discussions. ‘They feel that their pa Ml sm ie an in their second innings. Gimblett madé /7 for Som
memorandum w h as plac y Rp \ Pie fs + a
an i 8 erset. Sonny Ramaduin took € for S/. In tire West
? ° before Mr. Maurice Webb and Mi nic piles J . . : ‘ . = !
Given Notice S) Tieiaier lalt aves Tae Cause Pue caper earn = Indies’ second innings, Worrell made 104, and at
ea His Maiesty’s Gover ant ¢ it was now higher nan rat : .
PROVIDENCE, Rhode SURE Cha TE ae GR ee Asherien stumps Walcott was not out with i17.
Island, June 1. sictidY SAlchation. 7 ae radio-active materials, or ¢4 Walcott, hi his tenth four,
ee well fed tomeats es aaa tiaat owe. Ment pe are mainly used ag ° completed 100 out of 19 ‘
who for more than a year ee cles frat e L. GORDON (exireme right) of Pritish Guiana s te Tie ts fas racer” elements in medical E. l > d’ > hours 10 n Worrell a un
were the sole occupants of a nothing and are unlikely to meet Cycle Raeé on the secon i'd Re Wn ae ee his nrst wip in the 5 Mile “A” Class ; wnarime ng an s into three figur vith a t .
. again before Wecdn j a ; nd day of the Two-day Intercolonial Cycle and Atl . a anh alt ignosis and experiments
6 ates ie Vecinesda e co + cS Res 3 yele anc thletic Meet at Kensing : fourt
16-roomed mansion here id 7 “ ton Oval yesterday While Harwell Berkshir ary, his foi enth after ay
have been “evicted” by a sider a good sign,” Mr. Gomes toid ae Cae vee the a eee ere re | , of two an if hours, bu
judge. i 11 me to-day. “We believe this is 1 aie. sa emains the centre of British aton es eat fteg ara } tare: hate ye he aad
The cats were in residence || ©25¢ vhere no new i good a ae Cn Ct ——--— . big earth the Ministry S Suppl the wicket fY Wellard for the
| sd the will of Mrs. |} "°Ws- Y : ae amyounced other majoi Vs W. I second time in the match. Hi
ophie Howarth, who pro- | eee - | m D . levelopments ‘ eee partnershit th WAlcott realiced
vided that her own maid || u an oes ne ousan A new double pile is nearly BRADFORD. June. 1 213 in two id a half hours
should look after them. But | Accused a: 3 ompleted in Cumberland for th acl “1 Jin ; et yd u ) = a The We Indies led by 3638
the court thought the house | . ot xpect preduction of plutonium and mors t 1 ie ene 5 eam to play the West! i 7 wickets to fall at the clépe
woul be better occupied by | e e itom stations are under constru sanin in t 4 ae Si ve Test oa when. Walcott was undefeated
uman beings. O S in T at tion 8 ew MERE CHGS Ler NEN") with 117
—Reuter. i py S ar Soon on on l eS British isotopes are ailable| Thursday will be chosen from The West Indies were in a
- , } sotopes are availab \ ere i
— iii. ; Fi f to all countries for humanitarian strong position lunch, At that
5 or e e WASHINGTON, June 1 LONDON, June 1, urposes, but Communists coun- stage | yy ol y Saf - is
President Truman said. at his About 1,000 London workers were idle to-day in an| ‘Ties have so far made no appli- te urine decinta: Ratt dane * chal
2 ~~ Press Conference to-day that the outbreak of fiv icial stri 250° ations._-Renter ? ; ; on ee
ay that three e unofficial strikes. More than 25 or 267
Jamaica ADMITS GUILI Cont ea ek aoe ed. Cu De te. rikes. More than 250 lighter ot 20h cane
at any time in the last fiv : areron strike in protestéagainst the dismissal of 91 = In two hours’ p! during the
W. L | PRAGUE, June 1 He 4 a thi a ‘ oa aa years colleagues. | morning, the 8 reet wickets
Dr, Josef Nestavel, a 50-year- lade is statement whe: " ae > aiid) ara : - ent down for the addition of
ants oan old national insurance Ficin!, |@asked to comment on reports ¢ +1 About 500 builders are idle at nis teaate 06 runs to the over-nigh
isurance official, the Festivs rite 1 1
i . ‘ pleaded guilty at the trial re.|@ Gallup Poll of American: publi yr Hs. | no estival of Britain site on the Ss Ss of 47 for winks
Of £2 Million sumed here today of 13 Czecho-j;0Pinion which said that the ’ Dockers ; ill ' Se sree efforts to resist e Ss R i the I ia
Rigunls swho/ware ncauakt vttaenc(ietty of Atpeticank expected & \\ a wrap ment R two non- Australia right e vas the )
i ‘ , ; +s ray ee ace k ahs z | Union workers More than 25u ces ful ‘ i
‘ son and espionage for America| War in the next five years N tT 7 . . uccessful vO W Le takin 4
(Barbados Advocate C Ps lent) . , ors a ar are . .
MRINGSTON, June 1. | Md, the West. The President replied. frmiy| + NOU 2 OUCH W Ol |e a raliway depat, objecting 1 CANBERRA, June 1 Ses eae waar salle
A select committee whi ras r. estavel added that hejthat he dii not agree with this], | r ve ae ee Seats Te bal i without ne -
cau t con , hich was would like to explain ater in|point of view. ‘He sala he wes N. e | the promotion of a cartage fore Australian Prime Minister Rob- ibly changing his action obviously
ecently appointed in the House Pein wists She ciel elas i : erila Ss } man ert G. Menzies announced today troubled abo. batemen
of Repagentatives to recommend guilty ay he considered he was sone bh A vv could to 4 | Bighty-five electricians we. hat Field Marshal Sir William Tecchen bowled thramoat the
measures dea’ n with unemploy- SL” e ye war, and endeavouring to do ‘ei i ‘ 7 . ‘ . he is ‘ . > ria Gen- s< w a .
ment conditions. has decided to i Pe oe read at the open-|this through the United Nations WELLINGTON, June 1 lat Cepyden's (Bouthwent ta don | Svat "Stat ; vould visit ‘Australia at id'G m ie tt cn, it di i
, 8 lin ig anteelns aii nia : it. 4 oO c re: a i stall, Austrahe Harole rimble ooked ¢ all
recommend the Government to| ine meee SP ikeeaiar tees: cod eT a ere on_ his Sicieod ace th to ea ie? new power sfaltnes ps the diss on or about June 12 for defence comfortable, and he was quick to
open negotiations, for a loan of raped 5. Gata isiaek asia} ee ene about the world being eee ee On Wilk he Tate i g icial, | talks. take toll of loose deliveries
This amount which would fl ra Bad ghte ae pegs, be. materials | for Malaya, the Union’s tools on oe aeehinies : ee ic planning for the regional de- hour and three quarters, but
repaya after 50 years, was for| eS © a foreign national Executive announced to-|;. . nent oOMeces | rence of the Southwest Pacific then with his pat rs falling he
the pur of Bnancing the devel-| power, and other anti-state activi- " day in. Central London in a dispute irea has been proceeding for some sid * ‘estrained nd
~| ties D é t t a - j , y a > . a ‘ ‘ . "4 § came nore restr: vs
opment reproductive scheme as ry ee sabotage and ter Duteh W ill Mr. Harold Barnes, the Union’s aes, Or unskilled men} iime on an official level through vas eventually caught off Gomez
source of helping the present un-| lad: At -resident, said: % windows. \ustralian defence machinery in for 77
employment : th ae eeneete. etn or tne “The impending visit to New More than 4,000 London taxi }consultation with ee
iree former women Members of , . ‘ 5 sther rite aw 3 . . was re e sefore about
Alex Gordon, O.B.E., a mem-| Parliament before the tennt veo Enter Merger Zealand of Field Marshal Slim,| 47ers chemise et Sat nes eae at ee N. W. D. YARDLEY PE As Dalegnce gor A yamte Hig
; : , , yes- ’ : . ‘ + , »nzies added “the stage 8, ecople and the tourists use
ber of Jamaica Citrus Growers’! jerday pleaded guilty to charges hief of the Imperial General their d ott Ber, a-rven Sad. enti a dle ‘ . S hitog ae i the s
(Association, and Donald Fergus- | faocdnr s & 8 Staff, who led the Burma. cam- heir demand for increased com- || hat has been reached, and a pro- N. Yardley (Yorkshire) E, J.pthe pace of Johnson and the spin
C ie S~| of treason and espionage.—Reuter. | a Ss i ce Jie , burna,.am= mission, About. 800 men struck |jgramme of future action, will be}Edrich (Middlesex), 7. BaileyJot Ramadhin in their offorts to
son, Commissioner of Commerce | “ar 3 paigny 16. eignificant work tod&y~at a coal mine near |'discussed by Field Marshal Slim} (Essex), R Simpson (Notting-} capture the last two Somorset
and Industry of Jamaica, Will go| “Our organisation is alarmed at] g¢ir}j einer (neath with the Government Dh emcnte all Tt. Simy (Notting bps
to dad on June 12 for talks) R I Ma ‘THE HAGUE. June 1 the general trend,” Stirling, Scotland, in protest | bo a yan the 9 eroines and |iamshire), G. H. Doggart (Cam-] Wicket
" ] m ea ae harveres, me 7 $ agai 5 ¢ on. | with the Defen.e Committee.” bridge Inivers 14 i 7 azell went. Attempting
wi Trinidad Citrus Producers. | oya ty _ The Dutch Government will de- The watersiders have in the! aprinet thd Sinmlasal of oe men Fatine Minister Sidney Holland ee as a i a ant ip ar he is bowled by Ri m-
It is expected that Trinidad and} ‘ finitely participate in the negotia-]past refused to load wool for one innounced to-day that Field Mar- Mid tae boa seated BOY ails. thenieoh iehaeco iught be-
i ill joi “es j a r a ane + ’ ‘ | : llesex or f lery ac 5¢ Vas Cé
Jamaica will join forces in negoti- | } ive In Franee ee propeeet by France on the General Franco’s Spain or to work |}shal Slim would visit New Zea- owen 3 ae ; (War hind the wicket off the first bal
erry tae oe oe oe : Becncale. : an 5 ries ag ne any Dutch ship during the dis- land next month for discussions | yy ih a ; Suir ‘) eis (Kent), he received from Ramediin, anc
nthe Uses. steps will be} sUrope s coal and stee’, usually} pute in Indonesia. —Reuter. {on defence matters of common eee | Set ee : Jedist > is 177, gi
taken after the conclusion of these} _ LISBON, June 1 |Feliable sources said to-day. Stalin Sends voncern.—Reuter, (Surrey), W. EB. Hollies (War the West Indias ‘a | a of 90.
talks, but meantime the Hon The Comte De Paris, pretender An official statement on the Srerenenie—tn aes x | vickshire), R. Berry (Lancashire) e ie ‘al ie Wesasy sae 6 for 67 m
2 0 ee Whey a & fa Ser sere a. es oo attitude is expected tomor- Deadlock Greetin Ss | ane mous a A. eae ee 7 pts M1 i9.1 over ‘, his best figures of the
é s P ratios : I : g by air for renc ph ‘ | _ ° u P eft arm spin bowle
j itri nat , . — , 1 The Cabinec and its economic / |} © ? re tour
watching citric producers with) Morocco. The French National ri £ | ree OU Ll ire the only two who have not ‘ 4 :
i i > as ; ats sxaperts have studied a report by | y | eral Marshal batted ittractively
great interest in England. ' Assembly on May 16 abrogated by |**P® ; } weviously played in a test ace ‘4
* s43 : or s . * | the Dutch blast furnaces and coal He Ne t | . hen the tourists went in again
a} 32) y 3 _E » Ste e ts yi he é vf “ '
dn Kingtten dase Pacsdey the] of 1868 wenites the Exile Statute | mines management on the effect as /VO TO GERMAN YOUTH | (yy Sit Down |sciscsc er ceaitman OF the] but ater making. 98 oUt of a8 at
G ote Ned ° oh ahay de h ‘vba hich forbade the presence} the scheme would have on Dutch y" e BERLIN, June 1 Baha ri eet eign ee ig Ulrun a minute he was bowled im
osha ot oe er ee ere, re eirs to the French throne in| industry and production Caused Rif Chiesmenitaiaais is a ae a ‘i peel gs bie antorig the taping! th: doeee.. eWaviuk-aeed
- > rance. . +k Stikker. Foreig a 4 x ralissimo Sta i sen 7 b rs, 80 Doggart is certain tof] 7 ri fr Bu
this morning and issued @_pro- The Comte-De Paris.said that Ph seer tis hate re a telegram to the Executive ro Strike play. yo oo ieern docntoetable, tel)
Semeree penne or Sete: | this step put an end to many years|the Office of European Economic PARIS June 1 Nae oaee ee co a” | The last place probably rests] ibw to Wellard 4 runs later, Wor-
agg Brg ce on on ‘ee | ad tice. With his wife, the Co-Operation, _was understood to} There was no suggestion in the qreetiie .srom fale G rilliont LUBECK, June 1 ms ee Berry and Hollie wh >} rell and Walcott batted with su-
gs in p . 48t| Brazilian Princess Isabelle of| be discussing certain points of the| French Government and diplo-|& i s for Peace” trans Tr and { Cc ist |!00k six wickets against The Rest} preme confidence up to tea
for months and is designed to pre- , : ; 8, sHiy Pane . young Fighters for Peace” trans- nhousands £ Se Monday. Tf ins 2 n
1 b - a ’ Orleans-Braganza, and 11 children,]| Schuman plan with French ex-|matic quarters here tonight that mitted to him during the mon-|“Free German Youth” members |‘'°7¢4Y If the indications are that They showed there was nothing
vent general outburst of violence [ee had ee. quietly on the out~ perts to-day—Reuter, the apparent deadlock between | ster Communist Youth Rally in| who had been on a “sit down pe. Fitch Bae be hard, ollige wrong with — the wicket by
) skirts of Cintra, a beautiful resort France and Britain over the terms] Berlin, at Whitsun. strike since early yésterday in the : & break bowler, wi prot ably} mastering all’ the bowlit & afte
CORRESPONDENT | near Lisbon.—Reuter. a fe the oe and hy ae ry “IT wish the Germen -outh, the}"No-Man’s Land” between the ee given gen Otherwise ae a flowed effortlessly from
| -_ s e jons had created a diplomatic} active creators of a unified, demo-| British and the Soviet zonai] erry may be chosen their bats as they scored at a good
LEAVES IN A HURRY | | a 10na ists crisis between the two countries.’ eratie and peace-loving Germany, | jrontier near Luberk gave up their Compton is included on the as-| rate. Worre!! reached 50 first, ant
4 749 Arrested But at the same time officials left{new success in their great task” |;esistance and reported for medi-}°UMption that he has not been] was also first into the ninctie
' NEW YORK, June \, 2 B no doubt about the apparent in-|the telegram said.—Reuter jcal examination to the British | Micially declared unfif. He is|but Walcott overtook him and
The New York Times said today In Elections | us e tention of the French Government }Zone Authorities early this morn
that its Prague oye yea ear | ‘ to maintain their attitude that it —T ling @ On Page 8. @ On Page 8.
ek ees ett nh TOKYO, June 1. | Expelled was up to the Soe ee con- a |. The youths who were returning f) a
sire ot eats It; was disclosed tod: at 749 erned to accept the rene) Ja C i}from the Berlin Whitsun Youth ](?
thea in aaa sg nbed wécnde ade haan: - a eh So: Invitation on the terms stated, or s a | Rally, had gone on strike yester- |r 6 + TV
treason trioi of 13 Czechs as hav-| lating the electoral law during the SAY COMMUNISTS Yee ae, ae , jday in protest against a medical i ¢ ENJOY IV...
ing helped set up an underground] recent Japanese elk No confirmation could __ be ru e jexamination ordered three day { =, ) ,
Wag Giiied at Overthrowing- the Three people were uted tox MONTREAL, June 1. obtained tonight of the reported jogo by the Schleswig Holstein i v) BPs Veep ke wi We. NOON.
Government. vote buying, and 14 { bstruct- A few minutes after the second Intention es the French over’ TOKYO, June 1 Health Minisuwy for al! persons i} YL . ; F
on meee eee ott ing ewes of a Others means Caneatn keadte = BE entire ate The Japanese Communist Party : sing a the Soviet Zone into K J D WIGHT.
any o e plotters.—Reuter. committed lesser offenc euter e ° cess . a ~alle: 200,000 industrial | stern Germany wo,
; was adjourned here last ENED Ys Ha Pewer Ve: 560 SA ssh 8 Joins eee kere. te virile next Saturday| This measure was taken to AN : wi i
‘a ry Td message from the Chinese Com-| communique on the subject in protest against the trial of|prevent a possible infiltration of
R DS US SW. ARING | Se eee ved te Pom OW fn ee leight demonstrators by a United Western Germany with typhoid |{{
E 4 kK Ek manding that its own delegates French Foreign Offecials tonight) ¢ > . i | ever cases which were reportea |$\)
‘ nahin . Sen AiR coat ee ae 7 States Provost Court. | t 3 1 ere reportea {
Z _|should replace the Chinese! were still expressing the earnest i ‘ ' > tally > }
Y ] j i The Ce lists also urged stu-|8t the Whitsun Rally in Berlin
Â¥ Nationalist delegation. hope that the note handed to Sir | pram As BR ; )
‘ A y The message, passed to the|O ; r Harvey at 17.30 GMT es dent; to demonstrate against the} The yoy gave up their}))) i}
p L ; ness » BSC ee hiVE ar y at ie - Stz e follow ac sell! |
1.C.A-O. Conference by United Na- | nig would result in Britain's v2 ; M st Yoshida visited | i , ra ' their, aietieg aniatal {i} a
ME tions Secretary-General Trygve | he itions being atisfactori} rin inister shida | / i
ROME, June 1. a“ ert nes Ee a , won 8 Sauistactorily| Gen MaeArthur last night to|/and West German police officers ;)) i
The Itali Eshalie Newane = idis ae P Lie, said the Nationalists no longer overcome se ff th je strators’ rly this mor-ing 1
e Italian Cat BODE Ave Woe Il Quotidiano today accused represented China and “must be Sir Oliver Harvey, the Britisn apologist fy . Ar a stag saldlen The ig ree th tA sdicul | ‘ \
the Communists ot trying to corrupt the children of Italy|] driven out” of the Organisation ; Ambassador*hére s said to have | ieee: the Unite d State of kernGe 1 © pe thot b held but rs i “- ith v
wk f ar ea . : ‘we : . i » WAS BE é durin » United Sta 2 al | ex a ’ 2 ” nsistec {
by tel hea hppa “swearing competitions” and teaching them r ie a tant ts ane ae been “taken aback” when he read Day > tei in the Plaza here last} on the action that their represen-|/!' {
to hate God Hentad to ay ee cea ne t latest French note, Tuesday.—Reuter. itives should be allowed to watch |))) ‘ . ))
ie renner es sees. Ja Tue newspaper, mouthpiece ol fae ae laetcn tonday , —Reuter. hat none of the youngsters was]; ,
S I orn. Ses ae soils Shee Nationalist China has been an = as blered in any “black list’ which i)
at one school at Marina i Massa : ¢ { , . {
tate S " - 74 1.C.A.O-. member since the ground- had been their main grievance
near Genoa, a pupil handed up 4 5 c | « r » id 1} (
s ork of the Organisation was laid j Tired and austed after ajli
}piece of homework composed of le. ; ‘ e 1 e n “ ‘ } 12)) i
I ¥ s ‘ ; } a 2 ait -ritton | five years ago, and its delegates are l . night on the col nd moist ground |}}) ‘
dging Out | fg gmat ater oY. ria fully accredited. WISss ' ose ¥ in the open air, the youths queued i >> i)
ages of swet y |
: j \ No Chinese delegate attended 1 | the official cheek-point at, { v
In a village near Perugia, the ; | y in ness 17 )) $)
anor aided. i -year-old’ boy | Yesterday’s session,—Reuter. ‘ te | Lubeck—and underwent a short }
Schools ehalited “up. in. the ‘main square | Wonsula Jéxamination, Thle guage beara \
the words “Long Live Stalin’, | ceils NEW YORK, June 1. |Sherply contrasted with — their] }}
“Death “ta God’ ; « | j~ BERNE, June 1. A 30-year-old mother told the|¥Vivid activity yesterday when} //)
LONDON, June 1. = Do Ss Draw | The wi Federal Council] police here today that she had}they sang and daneed and} ii}
‘ ‘ s Quotidiano added that in a ' | abinet) today decided to close] shot her four-year-old daughter|threatened to keep on strikiny! |) »
Opening a new wing of a Cath0-| cehool near Catanzaro, Southern} e ° | the offices of the Swiss Consulate-j| because “I did not want my baby| “eight days their demands | ({ |
ane Coteee. nent en Italy, a Communist teacher inter- | Pil im General in Fs eget a (Czechoslo-|to be pushed around as I have | were not fulfills i}} . i
ardinal Griffin, Catholic Arch-|rupted the recital of the Lord’s| akia) on June 15 been.” j —Reuter t (
bishop of Westminster, said today: | Prayer to say “Who gives us our | | | Although no official réason. is The child is in hospital critical- | i} }
aan are fighting a battle for free- | daily bread? Not th ae not | oO ome | e a on a ae a is —- ly wounded by a bullet in the! : i THE RICH DELICIOUS
lom against the possible usurp- | Government! N America stooc tha these offices Nave} brain, AN al 7 a ,
ation of the rights of the Church not even ee God Almighty, ROME. june 1 ceased to have any further im- at was afraid the shot would | BRITAIN S BIRTH |:
and of the parents by the State.” | Russia, who is sending Italy eve ‘ ela tak ee legs | POrtance wake up the baby,” the police a
: day ships laden with grain!” |, An Staltat ee i pom se8*) The work of the Consulate will] quoted the mother as paying, “so RA TE FALLS 1 {
The Cardinal was referring t —Reuter, [10 4 ares mevranmaen. Seen tere a /| pass to the Swiss Legation in}I wrapped the gun in a towel.” " is
the 1944 Education Act under} oe here in a cart dragged | Prague. —Reuter. | —Reuter LONDON. J 1 i
which the Government has author- res j by three dogs. 7 4 , June ty Or ' : i
ity to take over all voluntary x H | The cripple, 49-year-old peasan { -_——- 3ritain’s birth rate, which agit if in Vaimalla, ¢ Ola ut Ot ae vous tt
; os tole . 7 aft tl ter th » hae he } «{
schools whose managers, do not} muts as | Bortola Ravenna, left his hon j ed after the war, has begun to fall,|}}) is as Meeks s
Satisfy the authorities that the: 5 {near Brescia in the extreme n “FINISH MARSHALL AID 9 but is still well above the pre-war ||}! Demand it at your Restaurant, Soda Fountain, ))
: i ' | aly t 20 dave ¢ . verage, The > orces | §}5 (
are able to find half the cost of | H sart Trouble |of Italy about 20 days ago, he sa averas 1e number of divorces | })) Club or Hotel j
reorganising and meeting local) € |He carried a number of loave too has begun to fall 1? 5 : . : i}
education development plans | PRETORIA. June 1.. {29d a few hundred lire —SAYS MARSHALL | This is diselosed in an official! )) BICO is also obtainable in any quantity between the
een: aie Sar ni Food for his three husky report for 1948, which shows that|l/ pa ‘ {
Cardinal Griffin declared it is} Se adaeetiia eee. ‘has }came from generous people on DENVER, Junc 1. We can’t go on forever bleed- | despite the drop of births, Britain’ iH hours of 8 a.m. and 11 p.m i
use these costs have risen so} 7) monia, spent ess comfor-|Toad, Ravenna said. He hopes to{ George Marshall, originator of ing the American economy”, he | Population increased by 452,000 to| }{ Wa tlen-Fean ty
cai we ear ene | OM-|isble night. last night ar his/see Pope Pius before he leav: the European Recovery Pro- told reporters 43,502,000 in the year 775,306 | $} ail ) {
about e future of our], shows some + ef embar-ithe return journey } gramme declared here that the live births were registered during} } v= ‘ ‘ ‘
schoolk, and it would be quite; , t, his doctor said today | He will also ask the Pope’s bless-| United States should bring the Marshall, former Secretary of | 1948, compared with 881,026 {{ The BARBADOS MH fo.. Lita. }
par «ad our Catholic schools to b | sn who was 80 on May 24,/ing for the dogs which brought) programme to an end in the State added that the plan | 1947. Divorces m 1948 numbered | } Ba Street }
acministered out of existence }was taken ill three days later at!him to Rome as well as guarded| summer of 1953—“finish it and exceeded all expectations 43,698 against 60,190 in 1947 j Y i}
—Reuter. hus farm near here. —Reuter him on the way.—Reuter. stop”. —Reuter —Reuter —— —= = = = .


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PAGE TWO
eS

'S EXCELLENCY the

Gov-

ernor and Mrs Savage
accompanied by Capt. W. Lam-
bert attended the final day of the

Intercolonial Athletic and Cyck
Sports at Kensington yesterd iy
afternoon, and the Governor afte;
the Sports presented the prizes to
the various prize winners
Congrats

EWS HAS been received that

Mr. Michael Walcott, son ot
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Walcott of the
Lodge School, has passed his final
examinations in Medicine at
McGill University and was placed
eighth ima class of over one hun-
dred. Michael has already received
his B.Sc., degree.

Got It- From The Indians

HE NAME of the star pictured

in these columns yesterday

was none other than Bing Crosby

The, Picture was taken shortis

after Bing arrived in St. Andrews

Scotland for the Amateur Gol!
Championship on May 22.

His head gear was the nearest
thing he could get to a Scotch
bonnet. This one, said Bing wa
given to him by a tribe of Indians
in Vancouver ! ! !

To England and The

Continent
EAVING last night by the
“Gascogne”, was Mr. and

Mrs. L. L. Toppin, who are goirfy

on holiday to England and the
Continent. They expect to be
away for about three or four
months,

Mr. Toppin, is Governing Direc-

tor of Messrs. J. B. Leslie and
Co., Ltd.
To Visit Their Son
EV. AND MRS. H. A. MEL-

VILE, who left last night by
the “Gascogne,” are on their way
to the U.K., for a holiday and to
visit their son Herbert, who is
Studying Medicine at Cardiff
University. They will be staying
with him in South Wales and



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Racine a naar ne ns

DR. “TONY” GALE pictured
here shortly after he arrived
at Seawell yesterday morning

Dr. Gale Arrives
R. “TONY” GALE, son of
Hon. V. C. Gale, M.L.C., and
Mrs. Gale arrived here yesterday
from England via Trinidad
Dr. Gale, who qualified last
summer did his pre medical course
at McGill University, then
over to England where
tended Birmingham
He has been away for eight
years, and has returned to take
up an appointment ag House Sur-

went
he at-
University




















































































FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1950
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
° * D CROSSWORD ote
| osom == VIESS better
Duh "TENNIS TW es | Bont
} mone LONDO?
bts London’s top dressmakc! FLEMING
ae ere 4 claim that this season’s Britis!
Here For Remaining debutantes are the best dressed Roland
Two Weeks since before the war :
Mothers launching their daugh- YOUNG
M® EUGENE CORREIA of ters are spending more on their
B.G., who was in Barbados wardrobes than at any time since| Roland
ix weeks ago and left his family ox - iia dire winking rnin |
here on holiday returned or ressma 5 oe Mee: | CULVER
Tuesday to spend the remainin evening gowns of satin, brocade | |
: i eae -and other rich materials. Often |
vo weeks of their holiday with hin ave ‘heat embroid- Richard
them at Super Mare Guest House the gowns are heav-ly emb | | ichar
Worthing ered. increasing the cost consi 1-}
thing erably 1 | 1, Member of an Aslatic religion
* The cost of these officially (8) laths, (7) ||
Married On Sunday “moze ornate” gowns is from| ,% structure ot crossed 1 explain
MSS PEARL HUNTE, young-) $280 up. 11. Mew Annie saw the drug. (
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs | Bouffant dresses of tulle, 12. oumpe spas I tax ony rae (3)
A Hunte of Kirtons, St. Philip, organza and organdie in the $325) y, ge" pown. sad
was married on Sunday afternoon | class are also popular becaus?| ig. A dame manufactured dill
at the Bethel pe sage Chapel to | they look “younger”. a0. got. soatee got it youve gut
Mr mura a wes s renee ay The dressmakers agree that « the los, (5), pinch of metal, (5)
Mr and Mrs. ae erson oe € : | haste debutante wardrobe. today zi. Sount a Like 9 Dino of ms“ diter
Brereton, .St. Philip. Rev. | —a ba!l dress, suit, afternoon and| ** ‘Qnce. (4)
Tesby performed the ceremony cocktail frock — means a bill of} 24. Famous el producing Jack's
Ushers were r, Es »y, | . ys ae ladder. (4 “AT 32
uppers wi ce. Mr. es et cee | $700 to $850. And the mothers] 9, (gger. (4 producea this, \$) » A Thousand
Cartes” * mage | don’t seem to mind paying it | 29: Is this always in the wate
The Bride was given away by —(1I.N.S.) » Unter. arene nere certainly Violins”
her brother Mr. A. Hunte She | a et? eo ‘e 5)
wore a dress of white faconne and | e 2. The commencement of ® hier “Lucky Us”
satin, decorated with sequins. Her | ren Fare , archy. (3) sae Vth)
headdress was a coronet of orange | z hd oe en stray no —_———_—_—_—_——
blossoms and she carried a bou- B FORD doubt. (9) 10
quet of white snap dragons and RAD : 6. It could an epic. , ’ om + . ince Eve threw all that
Queen Ann’s Lace. Bradford firemen are looking} 6. Soe CE oe Sie ‘atm. (7) It’s the Funniest thing since é
Maid of Honour was Miss for a local woman with a musl- 3. Venement speech’ isn't it dear! applesauce at Adam!
nen 3 S who — a | cal, cultured, almost _ siren-like 16 Rekonecs of nea Russia 3
dress of pin aconne and lace, | voice 13. Names lest it is changed. (6) i ae SE
also decorated with sequins. Her The reason: They have beer} 16: Place. in. Greece akhare Muses A Paramount Picture at the
headdress was a halo of orange hoaxed 12 times in the past few 17 Eos suppers nih . ?
blossoms and she carried a bou- weeks by her “pleading, COBEN, 20: Sates tattiore ar at oun (3) PL ZA N
quet of pink verbinas and ger- were flying on to ae. almost tearful” tones. 22. Three-quarters of 20 Down. (3) A @eeee e
beras. tern to London toon for So now, every time a woman Solution ot vesterday s yuecie. Across
Her five Bridesmaids were Car- een Tennis Tee Wat ‘telephones. fom. a public booth} 3, "knowledge""S ‘atari “ia Signal (and Continuing Daily 5 and 8.30 p.m.)
melia Hunte, Cynthia Hunte, ad Mrs. Dupont (Margaret gcking for the fire brigade the] }; 1. be One
Shirley Clarke, Cicily Humphrey ene) arrive by Clipper from .41) is also switched to a “secret”| 27 ; is ae
and Betty Johnson. New York. Third member of the alton ina. hye Ga Ornament: 8
‘ eee Bee: at Kir- ee Setar ee, "Patrol cars are standing by to] ; Alsnee aor 4
ons, the home o e bride. rush to the booth TNBOS
— ( ©
Guest Of B.C. in U.K.
R. E. A. ADAMS, Town Clerk 7 ae .
of Georgetown, who will be It’s A Mixup ROYAL (Wortnings
spending six months’ vacation in ; i To-day to Sunday, 5 and
the U.K. will be the guest of the A greedy innkeeper named The mixture fooled his en 80 piri i
British Council for a week during Francois put water in his wine What was the propo 20th Century Fox Presents Opening To-day
September or October this year, He filled one cask with wine and wine to water then? Rea x :
In addition, they will make pro- fate tn, 6cunl: GG ottions oy “WHEN WILLIE COMES
gramme arrangements for him to | “4% eq eae ae

during his holidays they will then
travel around the country with
him ona sight seeing trip
They-expect to be returning to
Barbados. in October, meanwhile,
Rev Alleyne, will act in his
place as Vicar of St. Ambrose

For U.K. Holiday

LSO LEAVING last night by

the “Gascogne,” for a holi-
day in England was Miss Marie
Maude, who has been Acting
Headmistress of Codrington High
School

For Six Months
R. AND MRS. HENRY WAT-
SON left last night by the
“Gascogne” en route to Englanu
for about six months’ holiday
Mr. Watson, is Manager of Searle
Factory.

Frequent Visitors
RS. E. B. JORDAN, and het
daughter Aurelia left for
Miami by B.W.IA.,_ yesterday
morning after spending one
month’s holiday at Coral Sands
Worthing. Aurelia was born in
Trinidad and although they now
live in Miami, they have spent
lots of time both in Trinidad and
Barbados.

To Settle in Mexico

M* JOHN GREEN, who is
originally from Tennessee

and has been living in Venezuela
for the past ten and a half years,
has been on holiday for about
three weeks staying at the Para-
dise Beach Club

Accompanied by his wife and
daughter Monica they left yester-
day by B.W.1,A. en route to
New York where they will stay
for a while, before going tof
Mexico, where they plan to settle.

The Greens have been coming
to Barbados on and off for the!
past nine years, and find Barbados
just. about the best place on
earth.



BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER

Ww are accustomed to the
phrase “highly nutritious
by now. It usually refers to some
highly unpleasant fake-food,

A few days ago the phrase was
officially attached to a form of
nourishment beyond the dreams
of avarice; artificial white of
egg made from the blood of
animals slaughtered in Denmark.
It is used for cake-icing and for
cream. As a body-fuel intake it
is, I believe, second only to the
artificial fish-paste made from
the pounded bones of horses
slaughtered in Nicaragua.

Miss: Crawford Talks
Through My Hat

I cannot afford £90 hats nowa-
days. (Miss Joan Crawford.)
OR can I, Miss Crawford, nor
ean I.
Up the Twine-purlers!
P the beetroot-mouldegrs! Up
8 the corl-dippers! I may be
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geon attached to the General
Hospital.

Dr. Gale arrived in Trinidad
by the “Matina” on Wednesday

and the ship actually passed Bar-
bados on Tuesday afternoon,
He flew over yesterday morning
by B.W.LA.. from Trinidad
Before he left Erigland he saw
the West Indies cricket team in
action and was present at the
Surrey match. “Actually it was
John Goddard,” he said, “who
gave me the tickets for this game.”

Pesides seeing John he also saw
Clyde Walcott and “Boogles”
Williams. Quite by accident he

also met Tony King another Bar-
badian at the Surrey game

For Martinique Holiday
RS. GLADYS COPPIN, wife
of Mr. O. S. Coppin, Sports

Editor of the Barbados Advocate
left last night by the “Gascogne”
to spend a month's holiday
Martinique.
Installation Engineer
M* and MRS WALTER
TURNER and their young
son Robert arrived yesterday by
B.W.1.A. from Trinidad. Mr.
Turner is an Installation Engineer
attached to the Barbados Tele-
phone Co., Ltd., and expects to
be in Barbados for about six
months, He has been doing
installation work in Trinidad, a
Londoner, he has been travelling
around the W.I, for about two
and a half years. They are stay-
ing at the Seaview Guest House

Here For Twelve Days
R. IAN HERRERA who is
with Trinidad Oilfields Ser-

vice in Trinidad arrived from
Trinidad yesterday morning by
B.W.1,.A. and will spend his
twelve days’ holiday at Cacrabank

Staying With Friends

ea arriving yesterday by
B.W.1.A. for about two

weeks’ holiday was Miss Jocelyn
McArtney, who will be staying
with friends in the Garrison

in

23, Goffham-passage, Nantwich, a
Mrs. Cutperson makes cardboard
door-stops for dolls’ houses. After

her! At her! Again, there is a
man on the western outskirts of
Snaffleham who ells from a

caravan waterproof covers for the
ferrules of walking sticks. Track
him! Corner him! Run him to
earth! And is not Langton-street,
N.E., a hotbed of frotters, herbal-
twisters, brick-cutters, moss pack-
ers, braballers, scot-fringers, re-
shapers of molten tinfoil, and lan-
tern-pressers? After them! Up the
whelvers and scissor-framers! Uy
they makers of and
frogskin

farter-cases
sleeve-protectors!

Marginal Note
DVOCATING a “brighter,
more colourful, more attrae
tive type of church,” a clergy-
man is reported to have said that



he was glad that bombs had
destroyed many old and out-of-
date churches. One way, I think,
to get people to go to church

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London County Council and Rural
Local Government Bodies.

Was Acting Manager
R. ASHLEY PHILLIPS who
for the past seven weeks has
been acting Manager of the Royal
Bank of Canada’s Branch in Dom-
inica while the manager was on
sick leave, returned to Barvados

by B.G, Airways on Tuesday

The Marsdens Return
At ONE month’s holiday
Staying at the Paradise
Beach Club Mr. and Mrs Edgar





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Marsden returned to ‘Trinidad ‘ a
on Wednesday afternoon by THE LADY TAKES A
B.W.LA,

Mr. Marsden is the Trinidadian
representative on the West In-
dian Cricket Board of Control,
and a W.I. Test Selector

Fourth Visit

R. and MRS. LESLIE REID,

who have been spending one
month's holiday at Super Mare
Guest House, Worthing, returned
to Trinidad yesterday by B.W.LA.,,
where Mr Reid is Secretary
Treasurer of J. T. Johnson Ltd.
This was their fourth visit to
Barbados.

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RS. E. W. RAY = arrived
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Mr. Charlie Ray, who was at
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so medieval) could surely b
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FRIDAY, JUNE 2,

District Market Land
Valued $1 Per Sq. ft.

* Health Commissioners Told

THE SITE at the corner of Eagle Hall selected for a
district market, may be purchased at per squart
foot, it was disclosed yesterday at a meeting of the Com-
missioners of Health of St. Michael. The area of the site
is about 14.000 square feet.

-—_—_——_———. ainsi _—_
This information was contained

1956



lollar





















in an Interim Report of the Board View that steps be immediately
who were appointed a committee taken to procure the same
to select sites for district, markets. Your Committee would also
The report was submitted by Mentiorf that they are at present
the Chairman Mr. E. D. Mottley working on a site in the vicinity
and approved. of Busbey’s Alley, and hope to be
It reads: able to submit particulars with
Sir, I have the honour to for- reference to this site soon
ward on behalf of my Board, i: This report will now be for-
Committee the following interim Warded to the Vestry
report with reference to the pro- i Other Areas
vision of district markets in St The Board began consideration
Michael: — of » Busbe but on
hie uggeshion of Goe-
This Board were appointed a dard that there were other areas
Committee by the St. Michael’s nearby which in his opinion
Vestry in January 1949. and in should be given some considera-
keeping with their terms of refer- tion before a decisiqn be arrived
ence, visited in February of that at, it was decided that the Chief
year, Eagle Hall, with a view to Sanitary Inspector visit these
obtaining a site for the erection places in the i place and re-
of a district market in that area. port b to the Board
Members present were: * Messrs The Board dealt wit! lette
J. M. Kidney, Chairman, E. D. from the Chief Medic Officer
Mottley, M.C.P., F. E. C. Bethell, calling for app nis from mem-
M.C.P., T. H, H. Wilkinsen, C. B. bers of tt afl vere willing
Layne, V. A. Chase, B. A. Weath- to be considered for a course of
erhead and Hon. V. C. Gale, training for Sanita: Inspectors
M.L.C. Mr. G. H. Adams, M.C.P. and Public Health Nurses at the
was present by invitation. The Prablic Health Centre in Jamaica
Chief Sanitary Inspector and Mr. r .
H. W. Clarke of the firm of In September
Messrs Clarke and Tucker were The course for Inspectors be-
also present. gins in September and will last
for 11 months vhile that for
The Eagle Hall Market Nurses starts in October and will
be for a period of 10 months
Sites owned by Mr. J. W. Parris The Board w requested to
and Mrs. M. \Hanschell were in- give an early reply as arrange-
spected. Mr. Parris, who was ments pad to be made for th
present, informed the Committee provision of limited number of
that he would accept not less than places by the end of Jun
$1.28 per square foot for the spot The Chairman of the Board
inspected by the Committee. said that & Inspectors and 8
Mrs. Hanschell, through her Nurses. had informed the Board
Solicitors, informed the Commit- that they had applied

tee that she was not eager to sell
her spot, but would accept $1.00

The Board decided td make re-
commendations and grant leave to













per square foot for such land as one Inspector and one Public
the Committee required, subject to Health Nurse the purpose.
the approval of the General The Board agreed that District
Board of Health. Nurses of St. Michael would in
Your Committee, along with Mr. future administer insulin injec-
G. H. Adams, are unanimously of tions ‘to diabetic patients of the
the opinion that Mrs. Hanschell’s parish who were unable to pay for
spot is the more suitable and the them.
price mentioned is reasonable. Members present were: Mr. E.
At the request of your Commit- D. Wottley, M.C.P., (Chairman),
tee, Mr. H. W. Clarke, Surveyor, Mr ££. V. Goddard, Mr. T. H. H.
has estimated the land recom- Wilkinson, Mr. B. A. Weather-
mended to be around 14,000 sq. head, Mr. F. C, Bethell, M.C.P.
feet, and your Committee there- Mr. W. W. Merritt, Chief Sani-
fore suggest that this site be re- yector Was also in attend

commended to Government with a





Western Diplomats
Behind The Curtain

By Michael Guaningham
LONDON,

{ [DO THE RUSSIANS want to force all Western missions
from behind the iron curtain to leave? And the
Soviet satellites get Western representatives out
Western Powers wise in adopting a policy of tit for
These are difficult questions noi admitting of d
answers. One can only speculate.

A Deal For Atstria
The Weste Power

ing the Austrian

when
are th
tat?



No one doubts that Communist
policy in Eastern Europe where
it aims to convince people that

negotiat-

have de-











they would be no better off under ciced, it seems, to accept the fact
any other system — is to allow that present Russian intransi-
satellite countries the littlest of pence makes any hope of agree-
contact with the West. This was ment somewhat remot The new
clearly the Czech Government’s arrangements for Austria an-
motive in demanding the closure nounced their Foreign Minis-
recently of the British Council ters in London «ie an attempt at
and information services in a modus vivendi that wiil not at
Prague. Britain retaliated with a the same time violate the terms of
similar request to the Czechs in four-Powet control, Western
London. At the same time, by treops wil remain hey can

» te hardly be withdrawn while Russia
means of pretexts such as “spy [80 a Tiadswiaat Anca: Adee
trials”, the Eastern satellites — ‘°°ns Martner Sbalhon anil, be
obeying Moscow—demand reduc- Ev aee that of a friendly garrison
tions in Western embassy staffs. than a force of occupation. The

Last week Hungary asked Britain
to recall another three diplomats
from Budapest; Britain did so,
and, in turn, declared a Hun-
garian “unwanted”.

Western Ministers in Vienna will
replace the present Military Com-
mand as civilian High Commis-
sioners. This change in control is
intended to incre » the prestige
of the Austrian Government in the






















Hand-outs western zones and reduce the cost
. . : of occupation. It may do some-
Western diplomatic aosvites thing i. bolster up Austrian mor-
behind the curtain, already con- 9), While the Four Powers con-
fined largely to official contacts, «jnue their wearying discussions
“hand-outs” and the Government oyer the Treaty--—now further
Press, are being curtailed to a4 gide-tracked by the Trieste prob-
minimum. If the process of tem
retaliation continues much longer,
there may soon be nobody left Tite and Athens
in these embassies at all, Per- The recent exchange of Min-
haps the Kremlin intends this. jcters between Greece and Yugo-
Perhaps it does want to force the tavin onl the first step to-
Western Powers to withdraw wards the rapprochement desired
their . missions—as the United by Tito and the Athens Govern-
States did from Sofia after the ment There re reasons for
trial of Kostov, the former Com- ‘hinking that it will be some Ume
munist vice-premier of Bulgaria. before relations between the two
On the other hand, Russia might countries really become ee A
prefer its satellites to maintain !9'"! Prac an ba Be C pind oe
token diplomatic relations With (oe ne eee ha between Viton
the West in order that they may tava par! Givank Be bresaitan
show at least a semblance of ji). from Belerade is already in
independence. t Salonika, o sing that part of
: the port whi as ablished as
Tit For Tat Yugoslav zone by a pre-war
ri Y it alalal 19289
The “tit-for-tat” policy that t bi a dan ae sie in aa
the Western Powers are employ- y ACS BATved: BES Lilkel® to
ing in these cases is, of course co plete rapproche 1ent
familiar diplomatic practice Ne rénotriatian of Gilek

Though seldom satisfactory, it is.)

; n present in Yugoslavia
- sometimes the only course open ne 1 Balkan countries. The
It may be so for Britain, France oihoy is the demand of Yugoslav



and America today short, of







po for the setting up of a
withdrawing missions Yet twé vie Macedonia
points must be kept in mind tha :
militate against this, particular); Complicated
where “cultural” organisations
are concerned. First, the Western The problem of the Greek child-
Powers must ‘not let it be thought ren is complicated, Athens and
that they are afraid of propa- Belgrade disagr strongly on why
ganda from Eastern Europe— ! tak into
after all they have said about 1 a
freedom of information in the
West. Second, a retaliatory ges- -

ture such as the recent Bri
request for the closing down
the Czech Institute in London
may be playing int Moscow's
hands. It is part of the Commi
ists’ technique to make the peo-
ples of Russia and the satellit
countries believe that the Wester ;
“capitalists’’ are against ther I Ver thu
do not mean to t, thor
that the Governments of the W ,
can afford to relax thei wat f evid
on the activities of Eastern mis- tior e Yug a
signs within their boundaries de wy the UN. Re t ‘





















A Little
Spanking

CHICAGO

A professor of education thinks

that a little spanking often is the
most effective way to control a
child

He is Dr. Robert J. Havig-

hurst, of the University of
Chicago, Dr. Havighurst qualified
his attitude, though, by warn
that “severe” beatings ALWAYS
are unjustified.

The professor xuiso sug,ested
that after the oceastonal, conti-
nent spanking, the “child should

be given a good dose of loving
The educator saw “four

reasons why

behave.”

genera)
young children m



For one, he explained, “they
may not know any better A
child may often do things whieh
an adult disapproves because t!
child doesn’t know that it is sup-
posed to be wrong’.

Or, he theorized, “the child
may simply be finding out how

far he can go

The third cause of misdemeanour
may be that the child simply is
‘angry and hostile and aggres-
sive

And the fourth possible moti-
vation—and this, he observed, i:
happily rare—is that “the child
may unconsciously WANT to be
punished and therefore misbe-
haves.”

As for spanking as a regulating
device, Prof. Havighurst said

“I would say that sometimes
a very quick slap while the
parent is angry is something that
the child can undergtand and
can accept a good deal better
than if the parent thinks about
while and makes up his mir
that the child needs punishment

But when the youngster IS
punished in anger, Dr. Havig-
hurst continued, “the anger ought
to be a passing event







“It ought to be foliowed very
very quickly by the child being
picked up and hugged = and
kissed in order to prove to every-
one that this was just something
that the parent couldn’t take at
the time.”



—

1948 which said that the children

hould be repatriated at their
own, or parents’ request. (Thm
sent off to Australia this week a
number of children whose par-
ents are there). Belgrade has,
however, recently stated that only
123 children can be identified out
of the list of 7,000 “requested”

names given to the Red Cross by
the Greeks. Had the remaining
6,000 crossed into Cominform
countries? The Yugoslavs did not
know Perhaps a clue to this
mystery lies in the further com-
plication that, according to Bel-
grade, many of the 9,000 or so
children now in Yugoslavia
“Macedonians” and want to stay
where they are and that even
many who are Greeks do not want
to return. The reference to
“Macedonians” looks as if the
Yugoslavs are using the Greek
children as an instrument of their
nationalist claims.





Strictly Speaking



These claims, which are not,
strictly speaking, official but em-
anate from Vardar (i.e. Yugeslav)
Macedonians, envisage a “(Creater
Macedonia centred on S!coplie,
the Vardar capiial, and embrac

ing both Aegan (i.e. Greek), and

Pirin (i.e. Bulgarian) Macedonia,
Naturally the Gree wi ul
Yugoslavs to renounce a inte
est in Aegean Macédonia. But
this the latter are unwilling to do
1or iwo reasons, “Hounee
idea of Grea Macedonia
would offend the Vv lar nalion
alists, who look to Tito as a chfém-





pion of their claims. It might also
ncourage the Bulgarian
tre their own pan-Macedonian
movement on Sofia: certain Pirin
leaders would like to annex Var-

to cen-



dar. On the other hand, Marshal
Tito clearly desires a real rap-
prochement with Greece—to re-
nforce his tror 1 ,
inform. His #overnment fer
fore, is trying to alli Cree fear
by assuring Athe 1
Nationalists talks ; 4
demic” and are, anyway, more
likely to affect Pirin 1 \
Macedonia
Fioreniine Meeting
Culture, it seems,
the cold war. The fifth
nference of UNESCO opened jr
Florence this week ith the
Cz and Hungarian represen-
t s “walking out” in protest

st thé presence of a delega-
from Nationalist China
would probably have walked
if the Kuomintar
bee represented (
and Hungarians are
booked their room
lays, whereas the
last a month)
would have been provider
I the appearance of Yugoslavi
new member of UNESCO
f course the chief proposal
Director~General Dr. Torre
the Florentine confer-
lireetly concerned the cold
that it suggested a peace
n to end it. Indeed Dr
Bodet’s attitude, in the
sphere, is analogous to
; that recently took
Trygve Lie to Moscow

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Success Does Not Make

Government Popular

By David Temple Roberts





LONDON easons for raising the price of
British success in indus does their 4/- meals to 5/-. It seems
of make the Covernment in that after the waiters had been
ower i mor popul Con- paid, after the light and _ table-
ves clai at the suecess cloths had béen washed, after the
all because the Government cutlery had been bought, there
has occasionalls ter tt ivi was oply elght pence left to spend
from Opposition benches—to on tHe feed provided in the 4/-
Mirow otf “controls.” Sir StafYerd dinagr! Putting the price up by a
Cripps h “4 poor reputation in shillfig should, on this reckoning,
“w. country a he prophet of leave 1/8 for the food. Perhaps
austeri Hut among politicians theiyas will be just three times ar
his rep ion oaring At good. Sueh are our hopes in this
Westminster more and more jan of promise!
members of all parties regard him
as Wie saviour of the country in Lords Are Lighter
11s worst crisis. He is even carn The debate on the state of the
ing some gratitude from Socialists eountry’s finances in the House of
who have been very sl w to re- Lords was a great deal wittier
cognise his services to their cause! than the previous week's perform-
This week the Government has anee by the M.P.s. Lord Cherwell,
thrown away three rationing sys- whe was once known as Professor

















tems. Groceries are free; milk Lindemann and one of Churchill’s
ean hardly be rationed again; and closest wartime advisers, stung the
a surprise arrived vesterday when Government with sharp remarks.
petrol rationing came to an end. He quoted Sir Stafford Cripps who
Is this what the Labour leaders had stated that the country had
decided on us a policy for the had to resort to one expedient after
next election in their secret con- another—-from crisis to erisis, He
clave last weekend? I doubt it. described this as “undulant fever”.
Their important decision, was to He then remarked that Sir Staf-
allow ages to rise—by about 5/- ford was regarded by his friends
a week Curiously enough the as being in the special confidence
Conservative party are not in the of the Almighty. And as a com-
least dismayed, They realise that ment on how businessmen were
labour does not become more sey rned, Lord Cherwell compared
vopular by lifting controls—each the welcome to a passing film star
1ew relaxation can be taken as with that given to a mai who had
roof that rationing should have founded a business to employ a
ided long ago. The best Labour thousand. The star, e: rning six
in hope for is the approval of times (he businessman’s salary,
tory. There is no great con- was feted in Socialist B-itain; the

lence, ev in the Labour Party, other was cursed as a profiteer!
t the ext election will be The hardest crack from Lord
on for Socialism; but the his- Cherwell-—and a fitting ending to
rian may, the future, turn this article, which began with a
ack to praise’ the government tribute to success, Was at those
f Mr Attlee. Poor consolation socialist: who are always declar-
x” the p itici n who wants his jing Britain to be just turning the
uece 10W corne! ‘When you have rounded
\ Tastes Like Fieht Pence the corner four times you are
The r urent ears on our rail- pretty well back where you

s have given a delightful set of started.”



Don’t Smoke
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much money on
Suffering from smoker's

Spending too

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cough
The British

current issue of the





viedical Journal claims to have

a sure-fire way of saving plenty

jor cigarette smoke: and it

doesn’t mean giving up cigarettes

the ird way, with the consequent “ Good morning, No. 18550!

irritability, leeplessness, and You've no idea what incen-
haky nerves, tive ths new pay inerease
[he Journal pointed out that has given me!”

enuff, ta 1 at a rate of one ounce

a month quite a liberal dose,
ulf-taker hink—will satisfy a A New Hat

person used to smoking 20 cigar

ettes daily. BURNHAM,
Monthly consumption of 2 A woman witness . told Burn-
igarettes a day comes to roughly ham magistrates during evidence
i4,.70—or 49 cents a pack An Sy an bossa accident;

ounce of snuff costs 70 cents. The I remember the day well. |
ronthiy saving is $14 was wearing a new hat and the
The Journal says an ounce of “®™4n driver was looking at it.’

ire a niet “britive the wand It was stated that the auto
latralielinwianl: + ea tile eben ma 208 mounted the sidewalk and hit a

»edestrian.
cigarettes daily. I r






































Doctors believe also that snuff- FRENCH MAKE 2
iking would completely banish APPOINTMENTS
he smoker's cough, be a useful PARIS, May 31
precaution against the common M. Jean Mons, Freneh Resident
cold, and reduce poison nicotino General in Tunisia, was today ap-~
cases pointed to the newly created post
They claim that the normal of French Permanent Secretary
laily dose of snuff has little more General of National Defence, The
nicotine in it than a single cigar- appointment was made at a meet-
ette ing of the Council of Ministers.
The doctors do not mention the Louis Periller, Super Prefect for
extra lai expenses of wash- Eastern France was appointed to
n d handkerebiets, the vacant Resident General’s
we post
—Keuter.
v £ y ~ 5
Communist Youths Italy Protests
aay - ‘ys . i
Stripped Of Shirts Sustl pecan ak
uu a oO ' wZa, aliar
gene's “DT. May 31 Foreign Minister, announced to-
HELMSTEDT, May 31
Communist youths were @a@y that Italy had formally pro-
ripped of their blue shirts which tested to the Yugoslay Govern-
were erreneously burned—on ar- ™ent against forced enrolment in
iving here today from the Berlin Work camps of young Italians in
rall the Yugoslav zone of Trieste.
The youths were in a lorry The Minister told the Italian
hich was stopped by about 100 Senate Italy refused to recogn'se
nti-Communist Germans from the right of Yugoslavia to extend
East Zone who were on their to its zone of the free territory
to relatives in West Germany. of Trieste “institutions which do
he swipping and burning were not conform to the customs and
done on the British zone side of Jaw of the inhabitants’.
iutumn check-point Italian newspapers reported
Later a ¢ ns in of ay Seen from Trieste that from last week
ts, who had walked back in vouths were being rounded up in
e Brit me iNegally ove rnigt the zone and transported to Bel-
CF Snead Pereapeneanes Berlin grade work-camps
ri ed by t eds of Helr
aAte wis ; dis eH
» [ s
Sicciea ok ais semi ae Pleads Guilty
Eee Meee De cm PRAGUE, May 31
MRoial ae ee ae we ; Mrs. Milada Horakova, principal
ae ae ibis they had remuse defendant in the trial of 138 Czechs
he eae eee eae Men the Charged with high treason and
HOG Communist Youths coving, pleaded guilty when she
fe i * , en appeared in court today
poate ee * a a The defendants are accused of
. om berun working for the “preparation of
L ht anti-Communists 3 new war, a new Munich and a
e1zt id burned the banner and py, ¢ cupatior Czechoslovar
several blue shirts of one of the jorritory by foreign invaders.”
ear] group of retur Com " —Reuter.
mu mbering about 7
There we insults, but no fight
ine 7 POSTAGE FREE
1 ignatio mong’ the nativ KENTON, Middlesex, England
wy tior a t roused yes- Ronnie iwye 14, and Terry
er Helr ouths said here Wisbey, 13, threw a bottle into
toc ' p of Comr t« the River Thames with their
earrving ortrait f staliy mes and addresses inside. Some
thr the streets, distributing me later they received a letter
veet mong chiidr d « rom the finder in E Hol-
friendship, friendship,” land

—Reuter, —Can, Press



PAGE THREE



ANO WASH MW
READS

HANDS

Motor Bus Co.
Objects To

Taxation

HEARING of a petition brought
by the Progressive Motor Omnibus
Co., objecting to their rating this
year by the Vestry of St. Michael
was begun in the Court of Com-
mon Pleas before His Honour the
Chief Judge, Sir Allan Collymere
yesterday. Further hearing has
been adjourned until June 12,

The Bus Company is repre-
vented by Mr. E. K. Waleott K.C.,
instructed by Messrs. Yearwood
& Boyce. Counsel for the Vestry
is Mr. W. W. Reece K.C., instruct-
ed by Messrs, Carrington & Sealy,

Legal argument yesterday
was chiefly on the point
whether Paragraph I of the
petitioners’ notice of objec-
tion sent to the Churchwar-
den, Mr. Bruce Weatherhead
is reconcilable with sub-para-
graph 3a of the petition. Mr.

Reece submitted that they

were irreconcilable, Mr. Wal-

cott submitted they were not,

The notice given to the Church-
warden’ said that in accordance
with Section 58-2 of the Vestries
Act 1911-5 “we hereby give you
notice of our intention to object
to the rating made and set on us
by the Vestry of the Parish of
St. Michael for the current paro-
chial year, in respect of profit
derived from the carrying on of

trade as motor omnibus propri-
etors in the said parish of St.
Michael, on the following
grounds:—

1. Because we are assessed
at the sum of $1,920.00 where.
as we ought not to have been
assessed at all.

2 That the rate ana
amount are in other respects
legal, unequal, partial, op-
pressive and unjust.

The petition began by admit-
ting that the petitioners carried
1 business as Motor Omnibus
Proprietors in St, Michael. It
went on to say that the rate was
made by the Vestry on April 24
and published by the Parochial
Treasurer on the following day
and that the petitioners were as-
sessed and rated at the sum of
$236.16 in respect of profit of
$1,920.00 derived from such trade.

Aggrieved

Paragraph 3 said that the peti-
tioners were aggrieved by the
rate, (a) beeause “they are as-
sessed at a greater sum than they
ought to be assessed at in respect
of the business carried on by
them, (b) Because the rate ano
asséssment is in other respect:
illegal, unequal, partial, oppres-
sive and unjust.

Paragraph 4 set out that the
petitioners hud within the speci-
fied time given notice in writing
to the Churchwarden of their in-
tention to object, and asked tha!
the Parochial Treasurer and othe:
necessary and proper persons b¢
cited to testify and produce the
necessary books, documents anc
papers.

The petition ended by praying
the Chief Judge to quash the rate
complained of and alter or amenc
the same and to grant such relief
to the petitioners as should seem
expedient to him if the matters
complafned of appeared as set ou!
in the petition. It also asked
that the costs of the petitioners
be borne by the Vestry.

Different

Mr. Reece in ine course of his
argument submitted that the peti-'
tioners had in the notice sent t
the Churchwarden urged that they
should not be assessed at the sum
of $1,920.00 or at any sum at all,
whereas in the p@tition itself they
said that they were assessed at a
greater sum than they ought to
have been assessed at,

The last statement as far as lic
could see, implied that they should
have been assessed at some sum,
but not at the sum of $1,920.00
In his view the two statements
were fundamentally different
and he was submitting that the
petition should not be heard at
all,

Mr. Walcott subrnitted that the
two were not fundamentally
different. It wa simply a
difference in the ,English used
The petitioners were not saying
that they were not rateable at
all. They were complaining
against being assessed at.the sum
of $1,920.00, and saying that they

should not be assessed since they
were claiming that a loss had
been made,

The words in the notice and
those in the petition did not have
to be identical. There was 4
difference between not being
“rateable” at all, and not being
“assessable” at all,

He did not agree with Mr.

Reece's submission that the peti-
tion should not be heard Even
if they knocked out sub-paragraph
A, the petition shouldbe heard

on sub-paragraph B—that the
rate and assessment are in other

respects illegal etc.” He submittec
that if it was necessary there could
be an amendment to the petition
by adding to Paragraph 3a the
words “in that they are assessed at
the sum of $1,920.00 whereas the:

ought not to be assessed at all”
He agreed, however, that there
could be no amendment to the
original notice.

At this stage further hearing
wag adjourned,



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THE motor vessel “Canadian
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load of 1,500- tons of sugar,
molasses and rum for Canadian
ports.

The “Challenger” is sailing for
Canada via the British Northern
Islands and Bermuda. It arrived
here on Sunday from South

Czechs Sack
Army Chief

PRAGUE, May 31.

The dismissal of General Bruno
Zapletal, chief of the Czechoslovak
Army supply services, was an-
nounced in an order of the day
issued by Dr. Alexe) Cepicka, Min-
ister of National Defence, and
General Jaroslav Probhazka, the
newly appointed Chief of the Gen-
eval Staff’ The Order said Gen-
wal Zapletal had been dismissed
vith immediate effect because he
had failed to take action concern-
ing, “gross shortcomings in the
supply and feeding of the

The Order charged him with in-
lifference and carelessness, and
with having tolerated an unsatis-
factory state of affairs in the Army
Supply Services.—Reuter, i

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Published by Tho Advocate Co. 214., 34, Sroad St, Bridgetrwi



Friday, June 2, 1950



ROAD SAFETY

ON WEDNESDAY Col. R. T. Michelin
addressed the "bus drivers and conductors
of the island. It was a part of the attempt
that is being made to ensure a greater
degree of safety on the roads. The address
was held at the Empire Theatre and it was
unfortunate that the Colonel did not take
the opportunity to invite all users of motor
vehicles and to give to his address & greater

degree of applicability to all users of motor
vehicles.

Col. Michelin addressed himself to the
shortcomings of the ’bus drivers and con-
ductors but the problem of transportation
is not confined to one group. The Colonel
brought home to drivers and conductors of
motor omnibuses the grievances of the
public in respect of insanitary "buses and
the demand for greater courtesy and con-
sideration by travellers on "buses.

Where the Colonel tends to give an
erroneous impression is that many are apt
to infer from his remarks that drivers and
conductors are the only culprits in the
matter. He particularly took the conduc-
tors to task for the over-loading of "buses
but did not make mention of the fact that
many conductors overload their "buses in
an attempt—however misguided—to meet
the demands of an insistent public. Many
are willing to criticise the fines imposed by
Police Magistrates without being conver-
sant with all the facts. Many a time a
conductor charged with carrying excess
passengers tells the Court that had he not
done so school children would have been
late for school. Facing a situation where
the defendant is not flouting the law but
attempting to serve the public the Magis-
trate takes the view that the offence is not
a serious one.

Now the Commissioner of Police has
given warning that he will refuse to renew
licences of those conductors who have got
a number of convictions against them. It
does appear that a better alternative would
be for Police Magistrates to have the power
to suspend the licences of conductors as
they can do with drivers. There can be
little doubt that the Legislature would
make the necessary amendments to the Act.

Such criticisms as may be made are not
in disparagement of the efforts of the Com-
missioner and the Director of Highways
and Transport to bring order to the traffic
of the island and to secure safety on the
roads. Their efforts have been commend-
able and their innovations have been bene-
ficial to the island. The effort that Col.
Michelin has made to bring home to "bus
drivers and conductors their responsibility
to the public whom they serve is timely
and appropriate.

Concessionaires could also have been
aptly reminded of their responsibilities.
The drivers and conductors are expected
and required to appear clean and tidy on
duty but the supply of uniforms is in gen-
eral the duty of the drivers and conductors.
Can their wages stand the cost of such uni-
forms and the cost of keeping them clean?
Would it not be better for the Concession-
aires to supply uniforms as is done in Eng-
land and other countries and to train, tram,
and "bus employees.

The Commissioner has quite rightly
turned his attention to the prevention of

‘accidents but even in the best regulated

traffic system a number of accidents will
take place. It is time that Barbados had
compulsory third party insurance. At the
present time a person may be injured by
a motor vehicle only to discover that the

driver or owner is a man not able to pay
any compensation.

Indeed in Barbados hired cars and "buses
do not carry insurance at all either because
insurance companies are unwilling to carry
such policies or because the premiums are
prohibitive.

Col. Michelin and the Director of High-
ways and Transport should impress upon
the Government the necessity for such
Legislation and persuade them to intro-
duce the necessary Bill immediately.

Col. Michelin is to be congratulated on
the efforts being made to give Barbados an
efficient and courteous transportation sys-
tem. He deserves the support of all road
users, motorists, cyclists and pedestrians
alike. Through his efforts the risks of
death and injury on the highway will be
reduced and travel in ‘buses will be more
comfortable and more pleasant. But his
efforts will require not only obedience of
the law by *bus drivers and conductors, but
the willing and wholehearted support of all
users of the public highway and of public
conveyances.



°,

ON a laboratory bench in White-
chapel’s drab but well-equipped
London Hospital is a small, stop-
pered phial, which holds the hope
of millions of sick people

The white powder in the phial
marks the most important advance
yet made towards bringing to
patients everywhere the astonish-
} Ing powers of the American anti-
| rheumatism drugs called cortisone
and ACTH.

But what makes it even more
|exeiting is the fact that, within
the last year, experiments have
shown that these drugs may be
the key to new treatments for
| more than a score of other cripp-
| ling complaints, ranging from tu-
| berculosis to asthma,

To avoid raising false hopes—
| sinee the drugs are NOT available
to British patients—doctors have
|kept quiet about these develop-
ments outside their private med-
ical conferences.



But now, although I must stress
that perhaps years of further work
will be needed before the new

drugs will be ready for routine use,
the fact that a revolution in med-
}ical’ thought is taking place can
no longer be concealed

‘on ACTH was described by a
doctor as “like a religious meet-
| ing, with men popping up all over
| the house to tell of some seeming
miracle.”

Consid
A pa








case records:—
severe tubercu-
ACTH injections





But the discoveries point’a new
way to possible cures. The injec-
tions ¥y provide a rapid method
of improving a patient's condition,







|
| Lee Wade At

After three days of utterly ex-
hausting holiday this weary one
awoke to a sickly world [ast
Tuesday afternoon, wrecked by
nausea and great gloom. It was
one of those awakenings when the
mere beating of fly's wings re-
semble thunder claps—when one
wishes one was not just dead but
well decomposed to boot. He did
, Not awaken gently—a harsh voice
|roared, “Up, lout, for today you
| are supposed to do your one day's
| work at the House of Assembly in

order that you may obtain more
|cash to squander. It is extremely
doubtful that a sight such as you
| will be permitted to even enter,
jbut away anyway and let the
| House tolerate your unwelcome
| self for a few hours.” Protesting
and whining feebly, the body was
dressed, given a bracer, eight cents
for bus fare, and thrown to the
mercy of the working world. Three
o'clock saw the wreck totter across
| Trafalgar Square, groaning piti-
| fully and pleading for aid. Kind
| bystanders led the creature in the
| right direction and hauled it up
[the steps to the august Chamber.
'A chair was produced and the
| thing was draped over it as a disn
| Tag over a sink. A visiting tourist
| found the object of considerable
interest, and showed some sur-
prise when it was explained that
it was not something dragged out
}of the swamps but merely Lee
| Wade at work





All was peaceful and serene
when the unhappy one found him-
self dragged to its feet and held
jthere whilst His Honour the
| Speaker stalked into the House,
preceded by the Mace. Limp be
tween supporting hands the re-
| volting ome saw, through glassv
eyes, the Speaker mount to his
dais and bow to the Government
members on the left. His Honour
then turned to bow to thé right,



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and may lay the germs more open
to attack by germ-killing drugs.

Long-standing cases of asthma
have reacted so favourably to
ACTH that for the first time for
years patients have been free
from breathlessness, Dr, P. M. F.
BISHOP told a Guy’s Hospital
medical meeting recently.

Good Response

Hay-fever responds immediate-
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To just one

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But =2 sas =

and was doubtless somewhat sur-
prised to observe nothing but
vacant chairs. Closer investigation
revealed the presence of the leader
of the Opposition, Mr. Wilkinson,
and Mr. Reece—the lone repre-
sentatives of the other side. His
Honour the Speaker spoke soft
words to the effect that, through
lack of a quorum, the House was
adjourned until next Tuesday. His
Honour left, whereupon those
holding the corpse at the Press
table left too, allowing the body
to slump back into the chair in :
natural attitude. It was later re-
moved and carried to a bus at
Probyn Street for dispatch to its
hovel. It arrived back, limp and
futile, needing only love and sym-
pathy. It received neither And
why are you not at the House doing
your work, you worthless goon
Why are you back here to plague
us instead of earning much needed
collars to support your starving
brocd and pacify your creditors?
Answer me, despicable cad— reel there drooling.” “But love,”
moaned the object. “I have, on my
oath been to the House—but
“Daddy” Adams is away, and
doubtless many others must be
unwell, for they were not present,
and there was no session so help
me.” “Don't give me that,” snaried
the delicate lily. “you hav been
to some dive and nowhere near th-
House.” You have been guzzling
with your rowdy friends. Things
like you should fall into a deep
pit and be covered with lime. The
House hasn’t met for three weeks
—who is looking after the affairs
of the colony if it didn’t meet to-
day? “Not me, love,” lisped the
abused one, as, the object of scorn
and derision, it limped away to
its bed of straw in the out-house
Hours later the effects of rigor
mortis began to pass, and the
creature began to brood on
injustice of life, particularly





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tressing symptons. These vanish
when extra cortisone is supplied

Experiments show that when
the body’s supply of cortisone is
inadequate, breakdown-sympton:
can be produced by mental stress
—anxiety and frustration. That is
why heart ailments, mental com-
plaints, and possibly cancer are
spreading as the tension of civil-
ised living increases, doctors
argue.

Possible Uses

These findings suggest that
cortisone-type drugs may be valu-
able in the treatment of suct
stress-complaints. Trials of ACTE
@8 a possible cure for ‘split-mind
afe under way

The drugs may also be used to
cut down infant mortality,
especially among premature
babies. Tests have shown that the
body not begin to product
cortisone until several days afte
birth. So gi gy new-born babie
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own. “I was there.” it
“As I was taken downstairs I met
Mr. Keith Walcott—ask him—he'll
prove I was there.” “It is now
trying to involve innocent people
in its crimes,” explained the lady



of the h to a few disgusted
guests. “Ask Mr. Reece,” yelped
the clod, “he'll tell you I was
there.” Screaming its innocence
the unbelieved wretch was led

back to the kennel—where it has
remained ever since. “It suffers,”
went on the keeper of the keys,
from hallucinations — only last
week it claimed it saw flying
Saucers, and now it claims to have
attended a meeting which wasn't
Some of its relatives were similar-
ly affected—one even claimed t
have seen the Loch Ness monster
She had the sympathy of all—I
have the understanding of none—
the abuse of all—Woe is me

THE _GAMBOLS



(A_ AFRAID THERES NOTHING FOR
HiT BUT TO FACE UP TO PAYING
| THe BILLS OUT OF INCOME





nL | things, Russian progress is more obvious.

shrilled, |

FRIDAY, JUNE = 1956
|
‘

‘What Is He Like To-day?

Russia has two Armies = A
Spearhead and a Lumbering
Mass coming along Behind

Says LIDDELL HART
In ‘Defence of The West’

WHAT has happened to the Red Army that
our well-equipped troops met on the Elbe in
1945? ;

Then our men sent home impressions of
disorderliness, untidiness, stupidity, and
primitiveness . They saw businesslike tanks
mingling with horses and carts. 4

They met infantrymen whose reptuation
for a rather dull stubbornness, mixed with
surprising resourcefulness, had gone ahead.

Today, behind the curtain, that strange
army is reorganising. Experts are agreed
that it has 175 fully manned divisions, com-
pared with the eight that Britain and France
have in Europe. ee Pp

But the main threat to the West lies in
Russia’s 18 armoured and motorised divisions
that would be the spearhead of attack.

For the Russians have two armies—the
army of quality and the army of quantity; the
spearhead and the lumbering mass.

Their 1950 weapons are likely to be good.
The Russians began the last war with better
rifles than the Germans. Their machine guns
were as good. Their, mortars, looking -as
though they had been made in the village
smithy, were handy and accurate.

FOOL-PROOF TANK

RUSSIA ended the war with one of the
best tanks -— the T34. It had two inches of
armour, a three-inch gun, a.speed of 34 miles
an hour, and a low, hard-to-hit silhouette.

Typically, the crew were cramped and the
instruments poor; but it was fool-proof and
suitable for their rather simple men and for
the test of battle.

Since the war they have had German tech-
nicians to help them. Even without them,
during the war, they kept ahead in tank
design and production. It is wise to reckon
that they are now at least keeping their old
rate of progress in design. They are also likely
to be keeping to their old policy of the mass
production of one or two simple types of tank.
In the war this technique was a great help
to rapid output in. quantity.

The German panzers had a dozen different

nere!types of armoured vehicles which greatly

Hoe tee the repair and spare parts prob-
tem.
sy at {to rest with the Russian tank policy.

The balance of advantage would seem
In the air, where it is more difficult to hide

Their ouput today is the highest in the
world; but it is mainly of light ground co-

. Dr.| operatidn and training types.
}

j

As with their tanks, production is helped
by simplicity. Most of their airplanes are
of wood.

Russia’s big handicap is engine design, in
which they have been greatly helped by their
purchase of Rolls-Royce Nene jet engines
from Britain. Several new jet fighters have
been seen travelling at more than 600 miles
an hour.

They are probably concentrating on atom
bomber interception, although they have
developed new long-range bombers.

Heavy transport aircraft now being pro-
duced in Soviet factories may fill that odd
gap in their last-war forces—airborne troops.
pelthough they were the first to put their
troops into parachutes, they have still not
, used them in battle. The probable reasons are

| that they had too few transport airplanes and

| too backward a technique of navigating.

| SUBMARINE FLEET

| THE Soviet Navy is worth mention be-
| cause, although it has only three battleships,
|some nine cruisers, and perhaps 60 mostly
jout-of-date destroyers, it has two aircraft
;carriers and 250 submarines — the largest
| submarine fleet in the world.

‘| Now that they have German schnorkels,

| German experts, and component parts for
| building many more schnorkels, they can
threaten our seaborne supplies.
Beyond that is the possibility of developing
submersible troop-carriers — an attractive
idea to a Power without command of the sea.
An undersea approach, combined with an air-
borne attack, might be formidable.

_ But so would be the difficulties for a force
inexperienced in amphibious operations.

Russia’s sharpest weapon remains the arm-

oured spearhead of her army. That must
remain the target of Western defence.

; HIS ANSWER

WHAT of Britain’s Army? Liddell Hart
says: Scrap Conscription. “Rebuild nine or
ten high-quality divisions from an army of
ieee regulars. Let them be in a state of
instant readiness to deal with a spearhead
| attack.

Reasonable pay obtained from the savings
on conscription would soon bring volunteers
to the Army; and there would be money left
over for more tanks.
"Defence of the West” is Published by Cassell, Price 12s, Gd.

—L.ES.

| Maybe Some Cannot Bear Noise

The Editor The Advocate,

SIR,—I see that my letter has

been answered by Noisebox

off my mind.

the thing off.’
Nevertheless,

noise all around”

bear it!

ences,

homes. But fortunately



| I would like to remind
" that I have always lived

not a rowdy place.

it a quiet place, naturally,

| rise to a tendency to want and

| surroundings:

| and like an oldster reluctant to

| give up his or her old home, I
am reluctant to give up my peace-
ful section of little Barbados.

peaceful

retain

Furthermore, when the

Right now JI would like to get this
I do not have one
of those things, there’s no need to
since I am completely surrounded
| by them, and if I did I certainly
| would not forget that the eminent
men of science have provided us
with a little knob that can turn

“environment
rmekes the man”, and it does not
take a hot mathematician to prove
that “noise outside, noise inside,
would give
forth a combination of keeping
noise, or certainly being able to

Again I have all the conveni-
inconveniences of modern

have all been soberly used; and
quiet, or supposedly quiet district,

Being reared
| from the time I was able to hear

“583”. om quite ready to throw

comes that things have gone be—
yond recall and ear-endurance, |

mask of “deep concentration, at-
tention, and reflection”, (if J did
not have these I would not be at

the delivery
prompt

of
off my

ing fire in Barbados.





should be made easier and also
letters
In other words,
should be speeded up and trans-
portation. These seem to be hang-

and worsen? I also agree that
another Hospital is needed, and
should be equipped on modern
and spacious lines with offices on
the main floor and presenting a
better entrance.

more
mailing

school wasting my parents’ God only knows how our Our Doctors are also entitled to
money) mind somebody else's pusine en get through in such a Work in better surroundings, anda
business for once, torget every dilatory atmosphere without such pressure. Could not
one — a rine ft BARBARA a suitable spot be found in Bridge-
once, or trying to sleep for once = : town or its near outskirts ? e
and keep more noise than “583” Makeshift?

has

dent who is raised out
peaceful environment,

in the world besides you,

they

k5g3”
in a

Mail Boxes

gives

the service of the Advocate
me and others how

boxes are available in

time scattered about. Mailing

even been accustomed t
bearing, or could hear for once as
befits a peaceful struggling stu-

for
For once and for all, remember
there are different types of people

some who cannot bear noise, and
think that our good God has put
us one and all on this earth but
for onte, everyone with an equa!
chance in life and only for once

STILL OVER-SENSITIVE
SCHOOLBOY

The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—Would you kindly through

many

town ? In many streets thers
to be no Mail Box, and only a fey

> seems

of his

once be

smarter

counter.
maybe

book and
also in demand.
At present it looks like

Buses and passengers,

inform thankful to read
letter Honourable Dr
Bridge- ing the unsatisfactory conditions

letters affairs has been allowed

The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I would like to emphasise
that Probyn Square, or the New
Bus Stand be better lighted, and
in appearance,
have a clock and modern lunch
What will visitors and
tourists think of this? That is the
question to be asked. A couple of
newspaper-stands

shift, and not a leading stand for

TRAVELLER.
New Hospital
To the Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—The Public should be very

the report
Massiah concern-

existing at our General Hospital
How is it that this condition of

Praying that something be done
to help the sick of our island, and
also the medical staff.

ALARMED CITIZEN.
More Buses
The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Recently in your papers
I had been seeing conductors re-
ported for overloading buses and
very heavy fines imposed, It was
a grand idea for five people in a
seat in areas where bus transpor.-
tation is every 15 minutes, but
what about the country man who
has sometimes to wait hours be-
fore he gets a bus

I am specially referring to those
people who live in Garden and
Holetown. Very often they have to
walk to Paynes Bay in order to
get a bus. I hope v ry soon a bus
will be leaving hourly and
during festivals quarter hourly.

A DAILY BUS USER
Holetown, June 1, 1950.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1950



Barbados

Of Commerce
Report of the Council for the Year 1949

Meetings

The following meetings
held during the year:—

The annual general meeting;
Three quarterly general meetings;
Twelve monthly meetings of the
Council; One special meeting of
the Council,

Membership

The membership at the end of
1948 was 144. During 1949 six new
members were elected. One mem-
ber resigned and one died. The
total number of members at the
end of 1949, therefore, was 148.

were

Finance

The credit balance at the begin-
ning of 1949 was $2,519.48. Sub-
scriptions from members during
the year amounted to $5,355.20.
Receipts from other sources were
$164.77. The expenditure for the
year was $5,498.47 leaving a credit
balance of $2,540.98 at the end of
1949.

The Commercial Journal

The credit balance of the Com-
mercial Journal account at the be-
ginning of the year was $900.65.
The receipts from subscriptions
and advertisements were $1,109.20,
The expenses in connection with
the publication of the journal
amounted to $616.96, leaving a
credit balance at the end of the
year of $1,392.89.

Visitors

The Council was pleased to wel-
come the following visitors during
the year:

Mr. J. H, Brace, Chairman of
the Executive Committee of the
Canadian Chamber of Commerce;
Mr, E. P. McClintock, Assistant
Australian Trade Commissioner;
Mr. A. Douglas-Smith, Resident
Tutor of the University College of
the West Indies; Mr. G. M. Da-
Costa, Vice-President of the Ja-
maica Chamber of Commerce, and
a party of twenty members of the
Jamaica Chamber of Commerce,
who visited this island during a
goodwill flying tour of the Carib-
bean.

The Chamber’s Dinner

The annual dinner of the Cham-
ber was held on 6th December.
There were 35 members of the
Chamber present and 26 guests.

; Obituary

The Council record with regret
the death of Mr. Harold Phillips
which occurred during the year.
Mr. Phillips was a_ successful
businessman and a popular sports-
man.

Conferences

The following conferences of
interest to the commercial com-
munity were held during the year
in this Colony:

(1) The initial meeting of the
Customs Union Commission took
place at Hastings House on 10th
January, under the chairmanship
of Mr. J. McLagen, O.B.E., and
lasted three days

(2)_A conference was called at
the request of the Canadian Gov-
ernment to discuss proposals for
the future of the Canada-West
Indies shipping services. At the
invitation of the local Government
the Council chose Mr. D. G. Lea-

The following table gives

and nett tonnage of vessels arriving at the port during 1949:

Class of Vessel Nationality

Steam and Motor .. British
American
French
Argentine
Panamanian
Duteh
Colombian
Norwegian
Swedish
Italian
Honduran
Greek ..
Chilian
Belgian
Danish
Tankers + British
Dutch ..
Swedish

+-Duteh ..
.. British
French

Tugs .. ee
Sailing Vessels

Total Merchant Shipping

The following table shows the
rumber of steam and motor vessels
which arrived at the port of
Bridgetown during the years 1944



Year No, of Steam and
Motor Vessels
1944 113
1945 174
1946 271
1947 441
1948 441
1949 547

Air Traffic

The number of commercial air-
craft arriving at Seawell Airport
during 1949 was 1,242, as com-







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1949 from

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cock, Jr., to act as an advisor to
the local representatives.

(3) The third full meeting of the
Oils and Fats Conference was held
on 16th and 17th August under
the chairmanship of Professor
c. G. Beasley.

(4) A conference of West Indian
Governors was held from 7th to

The Sugar Industry

The rainfall during the period
November, 1947 to January, 1949,
Was satisfactory and well distri-
buted. Although the rainfall dur-
ing November and December,
1947 was below the average, that
for January, 1948, was normal and

: there was sufficient moisture to
12th November with the Earl of] establish the young plant cane
Listowel, Minister of State forlcrop. The period February to
‘Colonial affairs, as Chairman. April, 1948, was dry and_ this

Comparative Prices of Goods
From the U.K. and Doliar
Countries
During the year Mr. A. S. Bryden

somewhat retarded the germina-
tion and development of the
ratoons. The rainfall during the
period May to December, 1948 was
above the average and was well
other memorandum in which com- distributed allowing both plant
parison was made between similar canes and ratoons to make full use
goods from the U.K. and dollar of the nitrogenous _ fertilizers
countries. Items in everyday use which were applied between mid
were chosen and the details were| J4"e and early August.
obtained principally from figures
supplied by the Dry Goods and
Hardware Committees. The re-
port showed that in the majority
of cases the prices of British goods
were substantially higher than
goods of the same quality from
dollar countries.

At a quarterly general meeting

The area devoted to sugar cane
cultivation in 1949 was 41,241
acres as against 39,705 acres in
1948. These figures include 7,000
aeres for land under peasants’
cane (estimated).

The equivalent of 50,500 pun-

Firewood
|
|

70 tons

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
)

eae \| OFFENCES

urce

Charcaal Pirewood

oe ee DECREASE
nh | ALBANS
ae “ane | preps OF THE recent
i heavy fines imposed 6n
“i ——— . asses drivers for speeding, the number
Bs oa - cee ee au of traffle offences tor exceeding
Ps a , “AL. the. a i of Decéa 5 the speed limit is decreasing

There was not a single driver
charged yesterday with exceeding
the speed limit but on the other
hand two cyclists charged

1949 approximately
cheons of this Fancy
mained in this island

12,500 , pun-
Molasses re-
It is expect-



. 4 were
> é ff the 195 Tr O- ;
a oo : a 7 ~— oP ee for riding without lights and one
cucetion about 41, pUunCcheOMS| for disregarding the One Way re- *
equivalent of Fancy Molasses wili sane

gulations
be required for export

SH XMAS,” the Gaumont

Wu

aig Sie s A pee gee B British Instructional film,
through the Ministry of Food, has] was recently received by the Brit-
purchased the entire exportable} ich Council and will be shown in
output of sugar during the 1950] the regular weekly shows for

crop season The price includ®s) aqults on Fridays at 4.45 p.m, at

2/9 per ewt, which under the} Wakefield. On Saturdays it will
Sugar Industry (Rehabilitation,|pbe shown at 9.30 a.m for
Price Stabilisation and Labour | ehildren

Welfare) Act, 1947, will be de-

posited to the special reserve Normally only documentary

films are shown but “Bush Xmas”
is a full length feature film, pri-
marily intended for older chil-
dren but appealing just as much
to grown-ups

funds. The price to the manufac-
turer of sugar, based on a cif
price of 27/9 per ewt. (i.e 30/6
less 2/9), is to be $5.364 per 100
Ib. (96° basis) of sugar

The preduction figures for stgar
for the years 1946 to 1949 are as
follows:—

The story shows the adventures
of an Australian family in track-
ing horse-thieves and offers real
entertainment,

1946 1947 1948 soe LARGE NUMBER of motor

. eck SY ,
on Shona ea react. a ware V.P. Sugar 111,933 86,369 56,496 133,868 vehicle drivers invaded the
PI Muscovado Sugar 1,377 1,655 1,262 1,991 Traffic Department of the Central
ere. of s. mee at Bo *Fancy Molasses 20,410 23,208 20,468 16,872 Police Station yesterday to get
possibility o: Canadian ship- — ee = : a aie cae’ deviaei rn
Ping services to the B.W.I. being! Total 133,720 111,232 78,226 152,731 their driving licences renewed for

curtailed or withdrawn entirely

as a result, of the great reduc- *Equated at the rate of 330 wine

tion in the volume of cargo|8#lons per ton of sugar.
moving South bound = from .
Canada to the B.W.I. which Food Crops
has been brought about by! Emergency regulations for the

the Import Control Restrictions. It} compulsory planting of ground
was suggested in the resolution} provisions and vegetables con-
that these regulations should be] tinue to be enforced

modified so as to permit a greater : ee ats es
amount of trade being transacted] _ During the 1y49-50 Crop Year,
between Canada and the B.W.i,|the total area required to be
Copies of this resolution were sent| Planted was reduced in holdings
to the local Government, interested | of 10 acres and over, to 21 per
organisations and individuals in| cent. from 26 per cent in the pre-
Canada; and to all the Chambers| vious year, and in holdings of
of Commerce in the BW.L., sugges- to 10 acres to 20 per cent.
ting that they should take similar] from 25 per cent. in the previous
action. year, These reductions were made
eee in view of the satisfactory food
Shipping position at the end of the previous
During the year 999 Merchant] year.

Vessels with a total nett tonnage The keeping of livestock by
of 1,234,120 tons arrived at the| plantations was, however, main-
port as compared with 97i vessels} tained at the same level as before,
of 1,076,557 tons in_1948. In addi-| viz. one livestock unit to every 20
tion to the above, 4 British Men| acres of land.

of War, 10 American Men of War,

13 Yachts, 8 Royal Fleet Auxili-| painpaun

aries, 3 Training Ships and one The rainfall for the years 1946





49 is as follows

the 1950-51 period
The final survey of actual plant-
ings has revealed that the requile-
ments were more than fulfilled
The Government Factory %â„¢
Lancaster operated for a period
of approximately 6 weeks in tne
processing of cassava and sweet
potato meal, which is incorpor
ated in the Balanced Animal Feed.

All licences for 1949-50 expired
on Wednesday, and the renewing
of licences will continue for many
weeks. Ths clerks in the Traffic
Department will be kept busy
throughout this period

HE FINAL MOBILE CINEMA




































ve ¥ show for this week will be
A total of 6,016 bags of processed | given on the Coleridge School
meal was manufactured. pasture to-night for the benefit

of the residents of the Coleridge

Cotton School area of St. Peter
The area of cotton cultivated . Other activities for to-night
plantations during the 1948-49) wil) be the Police Band Concert

season was 140 acres 3 rd., which
yielded 45,319 lbs. of seed cotton,
with a crop average per acre f
$22 lbs. of seed cotton. Peasants
planted 581 acres of cotton, yield-
ing 175,797 lbs. of seed cotton or
3024 lbs. per acre. The total area
under cotton cultivation was 721
ac, 8rd., as compared with 137 ac
1 rd. 30 p. in the previous year

at Hastings Rocks and a lecture
on “Salesmanship” which will be
given by Mr. G. F. Sharp, for-
mer Postmaster General, at the
Y.M.C.A

oe. ROAD, ST. GEORGE,

was the scene of a mid-week
accident between motor car G.111,
owned by Eustace Clarke of Mel-
verton, Sf. George, and driven by
his son, John Clarke of the same
address and a mule drawn cart,





Dutch Gunboat called at Barbadus 1946 1947 1948 1949 owned by Bulkeley Lid., and
during 1949. In the Hiahlands 51.16 ins. 43.45 ins 75.91 ins 64.56 ins driven by Lawrence Gibson of
627 vessels whose gross tunnage In the Lowlands 43.37 ins 35 09 ins % s me ee Stepney Tenantry ‘ a. ze
amounted to 73,680 tons entered Average for the whole Island 46.65 ins, 38.80 Ins eee, matt Sf ee ml ver
the Careena as against 691 i: oken, Ss a
vessels _ of 65.716 tons gross {| INCOME TAX STATISTICS FOR THE VEARS ee injured. The left head lamp and
1948; of these 159 were steam and iodo 194 Tod? Vouk i9tt 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 [fender of the car were damaged
$250 710% my
maicvomnaine emainaer beim | ram I tHE oe oe ye 3a vt ot it jt] AT ABOUT 18.10 Pat, on
ey ‘ /-" 1/- - : 3] adnesday, g re f
The Crulse Ships “Stella Polaris” a abs ch Re ae a /- 9/3 2/3 2 2 Wednesday, . f re © ee
(3 calls), “Britannic,” “Argentine” 1 600 (1/- S/o. Bf-. Be) 8 3/3 3: S/e 3 known origin broke out at a wal
and “Brazil” made a total of six bot a0 1/4 3 4 4 4 ed Renee | Se a“ wyeee a * wanes
visits to Barbados during the year.| , bo, une pyaiihae oe Bee OO Be 8 ve 0978 «Vela ee 1S tre ae
j ‘ "25 3 ts 5/6 5/6 7 1/3 1/3 7/6 7/6)is the property of Albert Guiler
The total number of tourists| 1,501 1,750 3/- 4 66 66 7 A ee aA ae Oe have
carried by these vessels was 1,626. | 1,751 R000 She Ale EO. OPO ee ee | ae 8 ye] and is insured. :
y © bhopabae Bd 2,500 3/- 5 8/- 8/- 8/6 8/9 9 3 u : The Fire Brigade quickly ar-
Teen aaRRR Te peneennete 2,501 re ae on. 10, 10 6 it } i it it 3 12 rived on the scene and soon after
i i , Y 5 e B/- fa 0/- i s é §
Sees fo eb owes ee eae Sool 7s00 ¢ fs Be iz > 42) 126 136 136 13/6 13 15/-lhad the blaze under control.
during 1949, exclusive of intransit| 5.9% 10,000 6/- 8/- 12/- 12/- 12/6 13/0 13/6 13/8 18/9 18/-
passengers and tourists, was 4,796.| Gyer 10.000 6/- 10/- 12/- 12/- 12/6 13/6 13/6 18/6 13 5 LORRY OWNED BY Spring
_ PS IN THE £ t spring
ee RENNES Seay Corny 1940 ©1941 mia Toa 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 Hall Ltd., St. Lucy, was ex-
Gy sen wap 3,086. ‘trax on Companies 2/6 4/- 5/- : P h., ‘i FY: Re Re STR. Sees) 2 tensively damaged when it caught
Tax on Life Assur- a BE Se ete a oe 1 at t 2.30 , on
‘ ‘ i ls, 48d 95d 9.5d 95d 325 3.28 3.28 3.159 315s} fire at abou ‘ p.m
the class, nationality, number | ance POUR ER Te hie Tax and Death Duties Collected for the year Wednesday while returning from
ee ; 2 7 Friendst Plantation where it
9 5 946 1947 1948 1949 niendship
sey a ee x ieee i . £ £ £ dropped a load of canes. It is in-
No. of Nett 124,762 172,002 264,779 296,928 382,519 524,178 524,737 608.523 671,250 630,138 sured.
Vessels tonnage ; ;
7 630,006 ’ ’ ‘ i The Land Acquisition Act, R. J. N. SMITH, Chief Clerk
& "ae The en The Co-operative Societies Act of the Harbour and pie
5 13,437 : “ aS ping Department, resumed us
6 22,603 From an analysis of the Govern - General duty yesterday after four weeks
o 0,087 ment’s budget expenditure fo sick leave, Lt. C. E. Neblett wa
Fy : 4,900 1950—51, it is found that the sur-— Phe following were some of the] Acting Chief Clerk during thi
4 7,151 oi ne ad 0g eres eon iget principa! matters which received] period.
4 18,702 $4,870,000. he capital DUCES” the attention of the Council dur- oo a seit
3 an deficit is shown as $534,819 and ing the year: — eae ae oer nan.
1 42 the current budget surplus 1S "phe improvement of the run-] - a2 Soa raoyny Fes ee
4 14 estimated to be $160,360, leaving way at Seawell. sen i the fe ow ne oe
1 531 2,495 1,185,011 an estimated balance on the 31st “The slow progress of the sugar |e Shown at the mon ay ra Hen
Coa Se h, 1951 of $4,495,541. talks i 1 of the Combermere Schoo 1
% _ oo . aiks ib’ London. Boys’ Association in the Schoo}
‘ ‘ é cs ea ; g
1 1 7,284 25,248 Legislation Increased representation on the Hall s to night, beginning at
se The following bills of commer- Control B i o’clock:— oe
“an ‘un cial interest were passed by the Sih Aa te Industry Bill . British News, English Sg
511 ; ‘ ‘ : stice, Sea Se s, St aul’
297 23,808 Legislature during 1949:— The delivery of perishable gooda | Justice, Sea Scouts, S kl
Cathedral
art Tec ie The Income Tax (Amendment) ey wharf, — Dns his Galea mace
” . Act. : . : so § a &
The Rates of Income Tax Act. ‘Tariff rates for taxis. after the programme.
K.L.M. a ns 13 The Vestries (Amendment) Act. The high cost of British goods, N ACCIDENT OCCURRED ai
sak sch a 4 The Estate & Succession Duties Increase in the price of British the junction of Baxters Road
Trans Canada Airlines 7 | (Amendment) Act, goods following revaluation, and King Strect earlier this
In addition to the above, 82 mili- The blocking of the entrances] week between a bicycle own-
tary and 11 private aircraft landed| The Stamp (Amendment) Act. to business premises by parked|ed by E. L. Watkins of West
at ane ree j The = Age Pension (Amend- ears, bury Road and ridden by Dar-
_ the number of passengers. ar-|ment) Act. The Press lington Alleyne of the same
riving by air during the year was The House of Assembly (Re- Once ‘avain the Council wish to] address, and another bicycle rid-

12,074 and the number departing
by air was 11,963.

In December, Trans Canada Air-
lines began calling at Seawell on
their South bound trip, making
one call per week with their four-
engined North Star D.C. 4 planes.
It is anticipated that they will call
at Barbados on their North bound
trip when the new runway at

muneration of Members) Act.
The Executive Committee (Re-
muneration of Members) Act.
The Customs Tariff (Amend-
ment) Act.

The Merchandise Marks Act.
The Aliens (Amendment) Act.
The Representation of the Peo-











den by 14-year-old Aubron Grant
of Water Hall Land, with Teddy
Harper on the bar,

Both Harper and Grant fell.
Harper was treated at the Gen-
eral Hospital for injuries

A FIRE OF UNKNOWN ORI-
GIN broke out at Eastmont

express their appreciation for the
assistance which they have re-
ceived from the Press during the
past year.
A. R. TOPPIN,
Acting President.

J. ROBERT PETERKIN
Secretary,



y , 5 Plantation, St. John at about
pared with 1,141 in 1948, These present under construction has Die, Caen. Ane 18th May, 1950 1.00 pm., on Tuesday and de
were operated by five Airlines as been completed. stroyed 1,809 holes of second
follows:— The operation of telecommunica- crop young canes, They are the

British West Ingian tion oe at hoe Airport e property of the Trustees of the
Airways... 1,191 was taken over in December by Ol yY la atate- eee and were
Nationwide .. as 21 International Aeradio Ltd. 1c ugos Vv ae Mi, Aysn one
* e i ,
EXPORT TRADE FIGURES Champ For Army Officers NOTHER FIRE, WHICH oc-
SUGAR » curred at about 1.45 a.m. on
et! | ee Oe et oe tone U S Ra | d T : I Tuesday at St. David's Road
iw. fonk fans 2 ot ea 5 one ce nder ria Christ Church, destroyed
ystal 76,708 43,091 116,699 1,757,881 1,065,878 3,019,591 SYDNEY, June 1 f I boarded and shingled hou Seance’
Moin 1,834 1,851 2.587 "98422 | 28,691 40,098 Mervyn Wood, of Australia, <.; 3ELGRADE, June 1 ued $100. It is the property ©
Muscovado 1,000 1,025 1,550 20,000 20,500 31,000 Olympic and Empire Games scul- .,0Vi¢t Military Attache General! Frank Ward of the same addre
White Crystals 2,919 3,085 5,773 72,962 87,151 183,213 ling champion, announced to-day idorovic, started enquiries in}anq was not insured.
82,461 49,652 126,609 1,879,265 1,202,220 3,273,902 i that he had acceyted an invitation Yugoslavia immediately after the
palatal, er | ahaa | oY O feeteneoee St ree to compete in ihe Philadelphia Cominform’s denunciation of the
MOLASSES Gold Cup Challenge Race on the Tito regime, about the reaction of
1947 «1948 1949 1947 i948 1949 Schuoly River in September. Yugoslav army chiefs in the event 66¢ ‘ands
gallons gallons _— gallons £ £ £ h tically be of a Russian attack, it was alleged vy .
Fancy Molasses 76A2,774 6,414,079 4,143,813 1,114,570 1,028,925 612,939 Wood, who automatically "at a trial here today.
Choice ; 219,789 143,401 7,099 = 32,052, 3,013» 36,550 came the holder of the Cup, e yoo
Vacuum Pan 1,763,014 @ ya «8 = | emblematic of the World’s Cham- Indicted before the military re we
Bottoms te Ager? ieee NC ise are Dee ey Beane. by chrome! ine ure court were two senior partisan
7,887,440 6,560,630 6,143,926 1,147,279 1,052,170 682,358 title, was challenge y John army officers, 36-year-old Branko
Rum (including ships’ stores) : Kelly, American champion and Petricevic, a pre-war law student —SAYS MAGISTRATE
“ eae pe ee ver holder of the Champion sculls. who rose to the rank of Major-
1407.054 £26,976 647,748 343,703 376,639 255,242 Accompanied by his wife, Wood General in Tito’s resistance “MY hands are tied; I am
The values of staple crops exported during the’years 1945—49 are as follows :— will leave by air for San Francisco movement and 34-year-old Vlado| sending you to prison for one
seid A ans in August.—Reuter. Dapcevic, a former engineer who] month,” His Worship Mr. B
1948 1,789,517 785,168 255,244 became a Colonel and whose|Griffith told Lionel Walters a
1947 1,879,255 1,147,279 343,703 “eg : s¢ brotner Peka Dapcevic, now 4)2}-year-old labourer of Suttle
ise eee aed oialces Good Communists General, was a legendary figure| Street yesterday after he found

Percentage Table of Exports of Local ite 2a Manufactures of the Colony, 1945-49
1

1946 1947 1948 1949

MustExpose Friends

Kingdom 39.2 38.7 33.2 26.2 50.0
See 47.0 47.7 51.3 52.0 29.6 sepiet 3 :
Other parts of the British Empire 10.4 9.6 12.1 21.0 8.7 LO! DON, une }.
U.S.A. 29 29 3.0 4 1.0 Moscow Radio today criticised
Oy ee Sr in berte for the Years 1945-49 as . . 7 otherwise “good Communists” who
hata narnia dh Maat 1945 1946 1947 1948 — 1949: | Were reluctant to expose the “anti-
United Kingdom yl a. ona oe Ge social attitudes of comrades
Canada is of the British Empire 18.6 1600213, 165 b10 |Scme do not want to become in-
Yther parts © ne - . i = , ¢ nant = a.
TSA j 149 10.8 198 12.2 125 volved in an embarrassing situa
Other foreign countries : BP a saiae 7 5 5.7 tion, others are chary of upsetting
Values of Imports ahd Exports for the Years 194 |a friend,” the broadcast said
Year Imports Exports Total Trade | > pt . ¢
1945 £3,410,727 £2,870,231 £.6,340,958 | “Such an attitude is un-Bolshe-
1946 ee Hrete caster | vik and un-Soviet Those who
947 7,124, /015,107 840,037 4 ‘ Rie alt in
1948 6,246,230 3,048,165 9.394.395 adopt it are guilty of a serious
1949 7,072,628 4,688,526 11,761,164 political crime.”—Reuter.

of the partisan war.—Reuter.

What's on Today

Court of Ordinary at 11.00
| a.m.
| Football at Kensington at
| 5.00 p.m.
|
|

him guilty of larceny as a bailee}
having been entrusted with a
quantity of milk valued at £1. 9/1
and owned by Dan Springer of
Wavell Avenue, Black Rock, did
fraudulently convert the same to
his own use on May 31.

Seibert Waldron—keeper of the
criminal records—said he knows
Walters who has two previous
convictions for larceny and on
the last conviction October 13,
\*1947 he was fined 10/- and given
| 14 days’ imprisonment with hard
labour




Mobile Cinema at Coleridge

School Pasture, St. Peter |

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Fresh Fruit
Arrives

Quantities of fresh fruit from
Dominica and St. Luch arrived

in the island yesterday by the
motor vessels “Caribbee” and
“Lady Joy” The “Caribbee”
called from Dominica while >
“Lady Joy” arrived from St

Lucia

Both vessels were in the Bay}
until evening awaiting berths ir
the Careenage. They will begir
to discharge their cargoes today

When these two vessels are ir
port, fruit vendors and carter:
crowd the waterfront to receive
the fruit and convey them to the
various points around the City
Hollingsworth 7 p.m

‘Student Prince’
Overhauled

With its hull high above water
the motor vessel “Student Prince
(223 tons net) glided into Car-
lisle Bay yesterday.

The “Student Prince’ will be
taken up on dock to-day for
general overhaul and cleaning 9
the bottom. It was tied up along-
side the dock yesterday in readi-
ness

After leaving dock, the vessel i
expected to take a load of molasses

for Newfoundland, It may be here !

until late next week.

The “Student Prince” was her
last week with a load of salte
fish from Newfoundland and the
it went on to Paramaribo with in-
transit cargo,

Obituary

Mr. W. A. Byer

THE death took place on Sat- |
urday last of Mr. W. A. Byer,|
retired schoolmaster at the age of
82 He was buried at th
Westbury Cemetery on Sun
day afternoon in the presence of
a large and representative gath-
ering,

Mr. Byer was
long line

the last of a
of elementary school-
masters who were revered by
many generations not because of
their age or their station in life
but because of the contribution
they had been able to make to
the members of the generations
who came under their care.

Sixty years ago Mr. Byer be-
came the headmaster of St.
Clement's School in St. Luey and
after a few years there,
came back to St. Michaei
where he established a reputation
as headmaster of St. Gile’s Boys
School.

He retired a few years ago from
the School to become a Lecture
in Teaching Methods at the Rawle

Training Institute) Here many)
of those who passed throug!
his hands as pupils now cam,

under his wider influence as
master in teaching methods.

Mr. Byer was highly respected
not only in his profession but by
the general public. He possesse:
an air of dignity which
brought him that respec
and an air of good fellow
ship which endeared him
a wide circle of friends an
admirers, Among the members
of a large family is one son who
has followed in his footsteps, Mr.
Igna Byer who is now headmas-
ter of St. Clement's School,

To his sorrowing widow an
children sincere condolence wi)!
be extended,

Mr. J. Edwin Croney

THE death and burial too»
place on Sunaay of Mr, J. Edwin
Croney, retired merchant of this
City at the ripe age of 88 years.

Mr. Croney wil be remember
ed in the more conservative days
as not being a very gentle poli-
tical opponent. A man of strong
views on every public question
he never failed to make them
known, either by writing to the
Press or interviewing the meri-
bers of the Legislature. As :
taxpayer he attended the hust-
ings and raised many controyver-
sial questions. He was entitled in
many respects to do so He had
a deep knowledge of business and
things Barbadian, He had fol-
lowed, although in a lesser de-
gree, the footsteps of a younger
prother, Mr. Hallam Croney wh
through the Press and public
platform had brought many un-~
comfortable moments to men in
public life by his devastating cri-
ticisms.

Mr. Edwin Croney was elected
a member of the St. Michael's
Vestry but failed in a contest for
the City seat in the House of
Assembly. Despite this however,
he maintained an undying inter-
est in politics. He retired from
business years ago as the head of
Gittens Croney & Co., and his
death came on Sunday es

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residence Marchfield, St. Philip at 4
p.m. to-day for the St. Philip Parish
Church. No cards. Friends are ted
Levi Brathwaite thusband}, I hi

Brathwaite ‘daughter!, George Parr



‘brother), Valena Piggot ‘sister

(New York papers please copy)
CLARKE—ALBERTHA, moiher of Me
Clarke. Her funeral will leave |
Jate residence in Constitution Road at
£15 p.m. to-day for James Street
Methodist Church and’ then to the

Westbury Cemetery. Friends are asked |

to attend. |
Merle Clarke (daughter!. Mrs
Elsie Morris (niece) 2.6.50 |

OLTON—GEORGE “®DWIN, at his resi- |

dence yesterdey. His funeral leaves!
“Vesper Cot” White Park at 5 p.m.
this afternoon for the Westbury

Cemetery. Friends are asked to attend
Albertha Olton (wife), Audrey Gill)
(daughter), Louis Gill (son-in-law). +









IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH H. ELDER,
who died June 2nd 1945. Today 5 years
There of the Kingdom learneti, the’
mysteries subline t

is living, God for ever-j



Lo the dead
more
c. L. Elder (Brother) M. H. Eldar,
(widow!
2.6.50—In. |
——
In loving memory of our beloved

mother ROSALIE ALBERTHA DAVIS
who departed this life on June 2nd 1949
There is a dear face missing
A dear voice that is still;
A place is vacant in our
That never can be filled
The flowers we placed
grave
Have withered and decayed
But the love for you who sleep
beneath
Will never fade away
Will always be remembered by
Claretta Coppin, Florence Brathwaite,
Matilda Agard and Grandchildren
2.6.50—In

home

upon your





FOR SALE

















FOR RENT

HOUSES
APARTMENT—One



furnished











? apart-
ment at Coral Sands, on Sea, with Silver }
nd linen if required. For further par- |









AUCTION
|
|
| The undersigned will set up for Sale
at their Offices, No. 17 High Street
Bridgetown, on Friday 2nd June 1950
jat 2 p.m

106 Shares in Barbados Shipping &

Trading Co. Limited
j West india Biscuit Co. Limited
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO
31.5.50-—3n

















200 Shares in the |





BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



104 Sat L.C.C. Exams.



THE REPORTS on the Summer and Autumn Examinations held in
1949 tor the School Certificate of Commercial Education of. the
London Chamber of Commerce have just been released, and reveal
that of the 104 candidates who sat none gained a full certificate.
The reports are as follows: —

. SUMMER
The number of candidates entered for this Examination was 81

the

F












li School Certificate of Commercial Education

——

$75 Million
Loan For
Argentina

WASHINGTON, June 1
Mr. Stanton Griffis, United
States Ambassador to Argentine,
said here that he understood a



iculars Dial 8134 ‘ is | 7 ects offered 17 were not taken, 145 “passes” were obtained, .
$ Dial ALMA npeaee sg | UNDER E SIL R ; i : a tained group of New York banks had
: TH VE Subject o Pecsentacs wit anda agree? {S extend a $75,000,000
= oo S . of passes a sent names .
_“BARNEGAT™, Peterkin's Road, (adja- HAMMER < 21 inehiding 8 Distinctions 48% 25 ; commercial credit to Argentina.
cent Strathclyde). For particulars Dial ore 3 Th i 1 » se
GE te a Ree | Y ; re 27% 22 2 e credit would be used to
| mi sso—tin.| 2 0%, TERBDAY ttm by order of, Me. | Comm . 7, 9 5 fiance Argentine purchases of
ae ptrie we wi se’ 1is Flouse | > = 3 * ors . ; i
BUNGALOW—From June ist, Arches | 2ppointments which are practically newd Blementary m a Ts * ee ee ee See:
Bungalow, St. Matthias Gap. (Contain. | “4, im Perfect cpndition at “Wendover” | Mathenatics “ - ‘ wr ment in the United States. >
ing all modern conveniences. Phone bie eae includes English ” ue 88% 5 3 The Ambassador said in an
Ni $251 sR pright Chairs, | ort d 12 ° ; 1g
m pe 25) a wm Serving and Ornament Tables, en | nntoitine 4% ; sine . : interview that final approval of
COTTAGE AND FLAT rent furnishea| 2)°!¢Y Dinner Waggon, Flat Top Desk, pewriting 3 1 With Distinetion 50% i } ‘the arrangement was awaiting the
or for sale together—Beautiful Vuran _ Sei Iecamene ee ae Chairs | French 32 19 including 6 Distinctions 61% 12 1 arrival in New York of Jose
he taciar & “ ions, Cock-Tai (2 i
Sea Water® (heted) teen Rosd—| and Coffee ‘Tables all. in| Mahogan; Sie winks Te Brignoli, head of the Exchange
bath rooms—Electric Cookers, Frigid-| tare, reas Quins and Cushions: Glass oral’ arty). Department of the Argentine
aires—Teleph : . 4 Ware, a Service, ectric Lamps, : - A
s—Telephone 2949 2.6.50.—.T.F.N Fish Knives and Forks, Plated Wave, | 268 145 107 Central Bank.
HOUSE—Fully furnished } ae mas 4ghts, Garden Lamp; E tric | a a aes
clzes residential district, 2 mile fo | TORS Two Single Bedsteads with Vono . AUTUMN Mr. Griffis saia that several
3 bedrooms, 2° living roome | SPrings, Windsor Presses, Vanity Table The number of candidates entered for this Examination was 23. banks were involved, including
offices. From July Ist 1950, to ae Seipies Mirrors and Stool all in as ree Candidates entered for the Full School Certificate of Commercial Educa: the National City Bank. He did
ary 1s 5 5 2 wi and very re), S ms | m
Dowsine Pha dine fo Mrs. C.B./ Won Bedstead and Spritigy Crem Paint romances Sandidates all entered for single subject certificates not name the others,
; 26.sot1n Uf@ Bedstead, Dressing ‘Table, Desk Xe J No candidate gained a Full Certiioas. cp tance iets i ee The loan would supplement a
"| Three very good Deep Sleep Mattresses, | 4 of which were “with Sinetion™ wal an = Vee were Sia6,000,000
& ’ 2 ses of which were “with Distinctio Be : eredit from the Ex-
No. 3 Clifton Terrace from Ist June, | Pues. Canvas Cots, Grove Refrigerato: | Subject ime — Percentage rt-Import Bank ted a few
Upper Bay Street, three bedrooms te = years) perfect condition, Kitchen | of passes Fail Absent Line ft + SEO OS: 8 TEM
aing water and all other conveniences | Cabinet, Glass Cabinet for ware; Enamet | Arithmetic 15 4 including 1 Distinetion 29% 10 |" weeks ago. Banking circles in
Apply within 2.6.50-—In bi Tene. Tenth Boned 3 Burner | Book-keeping 12 . 0% i 1 New York confirmed that the out-
alor ove, chen tensils, Freezer Commercial i
ROOM—Two (2) Gentlemen or Youn Scales, Lawn Mower, Trunks and many | Geography 15 12 i 1 86% 2 look for the $75,000,000 credit br seg
eagle. Garon tact 2 or Young) other items | English i 9 82° 2 favourable but added it was “still
jooking the sea. Board es rent | ¢ Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms cash eres iat j ‘ a long way from being finished.”
for the right party. Phone 8496 BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO,, | ,, Mathematics * ’ ny ? on P —Reuter.
26-8 nes Shorthand 13 0% 13 i
OO 2.6.50—2n. | Typewriting % i
SWANSEA—For the month of June | French, bie : mi 6 1
immediate occupancy, fully furnished 4
Bungalow at Worthings, including REAL ESTATE | 87 34 ? a9 4 ear
efrigerator, Radio, Telephone, Garage eee ae | - -
and all conveniences. Disl $378 “| WORTHING (NEAR CACRABANK | Se: Beebe ue ee ee ak
31.5.59—Sn HOTEL) CHRIST CHURCH | ‘ °
swate hele Rete in. 1a| erations
TIVERTON — Strathclyde three (%)| Private estate standing in half an acre | Ne F; g
Bedrooms rent $40.00 per month from Se se and aN out gardens—one | O ‘ e
ist July. For particulars apply to e m sea and beautiful sandy
Messrs. Carrington & Hels,” TAice bathing beach. | 2 uccess u
Street, 24.5.50—-t f.n The house contains large living room rin Ss

CPURLE NOTRCES









dining room, two bedrooms to which an
extra bedroom can be added if desired |
Tiled bathroom with tub bath and shower
(not and cold water) and built in linen
cupboard, tiled kitchen with built in
stone cupboard and new Philco combined

















Britain’s





LONDON,

doctors have been





A Day

READING, England



LONDON, June 1,
Three middle-aged doctors
tonight reported successful oper-











PAGE SEVEN

SHIPPING NOTICES



ROYAL NETHERLANDS |
STEAMSHIP CO. |

SADTLING FROM AMSTERDAM, |
ROTERDAM AND ANTWERP |
















The M.V. “DAERWOOD” will
accept Cargo and Passengérs for
St. Lucia, St. Vincent,-sailing

M.S. “HELENA” June 9.10 13th Sunday 4th June
8.8. “HERSILIA” July 7.8.11th
SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM The M.V. “CARIBBER” will:
AND DOVER accept Cargo and Passengers far
S$ S. “COTTICA" June 23rd Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
S.S. “BONAIRE” July 2ist St. Kitts-Nevis, sailing Saturday,
SAILING TO MADEIRA, PLYMOUTH 3rd June

ANTWERP AND AMSTERDAM
M.S. “ORANJESTAD” June 27th
M.S. “WILLEMSTAD" Jwy 25th

SAILING TO TRINIDAD

PARAMARIBO, DEMERARA ETC
$8.8. “HECUBA” June Ist
M.S. “BONAIRE” June 13th
S.S. “HELENA” June 29th

8. P. MUSSON SON & CO., LTD., Agents

Canadian National Steamships

SOUTHBOUND

B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’
ASSOCIATION (INC.)

Telephone No. 4047







Salis Sails Sails Arrives Sails
Montreal Halifax Boston B'dos B'dos
CAN. CRUISER 29th May 22nd May 9th June th June
LADY NELSON ard June 6th Jume i4th June 15th June
CAN. CONSTRUCTOR 9 June 12 June 22 June 22 June
LADY RODNEY + 30th June 3rd July 5th July i4th July 15th July
LADY NELSON Zand July 25th July 27th July Sth Aug. 6th Aug,
LADY RODNEY - 3rd Aug, 26th Aug. Mth Aug. ‘h Aug. ‘th Sep.
NORTHBOUND Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives
baie B'dos Boston Halifax Montreal
RODNEY &h June 10th June 19th June 2ist June Mth June
LADY NELSON 27th June 29th June 8th July 10th July 13th July
LADY RODNEY 2ith July 29th July 7th Aug. 9th Aug. 12th Aug.
LADY NELSON 18th Aug. 20th Aug. 29th Aug. S3ist Aug. 3rd Sep,
LADY RODNEY - 19th Sep. 2ist Sep. 30th Sep. Ist Oct. Sth Oct



N.B.—Subject to change without notice. All vessels
bers. Passenger Fares and freight rates on aj

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents.

fitted with cold storage chamn-
pplication to :—

PASSAGES TO IRELAND

Antilles Products Ltd., Roseau, Dominica,
Dublin per M.V. “DUALA”,



on offer passages to
next sailing from Roseau about

20th June, and thereafter about every thirty-three days,
Single fare, £70, usual reductions for children.
Apply direct.












CIE. GLE., TRANSATLANTIQUE












































warned not to prescribe whiskey, sd " athe rae _ , ations for adult heart disease are
THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL. ween eran, Acer freeze, large’ brandy, gin and other alcoholic i “i = apple s acs beer being carried out at Guy's Hos- FRENCH LI
AUTOMOTIVE Nada acide okt vith hood i “oor, tw; | beverages free under the billion- ““Y, that Keeps the doctor away."| pital in London—the first in the NE
To the Creditors holding Specialty Liens| \ith hoods. seer Zr ench. “focke, large Soll 8 ; Oe i or ait This is the proved policy of 69-| history of surgery
agains NWICH Plantation, * and servants quarters with | dollar-a-year ationa ealt : ; 3, SCOG Wd ili ini
CAR-—1947 Vauxhall 12/4. Approx. 15,000 St. James , toilet and shower, the house is tastefully | Service " year-old Francis C. Hawkes of] The three doctors, from the SS. GASCOGNE Sailing to Trinidad on the 26th May, 1950.
miles. Car in perfect condition. Always] TAKE NOTICE that 1, the Owner ot | furnished, the beds have both deep sleep a » Nortimer, Berkshire, who has jus: | cardiac department and _ thoracic FIRST CLASS PASSAGES ONLY $19.00
As art of a , Be ire, who has ju Pi
owner driven. Courtesy Garage Dial 4616| the above Plantation am about to obtain | and Dunlopillo mattresses, shingled roof, AS pal 0 the cut costs -elebrated his 50th ith a]surgical unit of the hospital, re-
28,5,50-—t.f.n.| a loan of £250 under the provisions of | Polished pine floors, the garden contains | campaign a special committee set C¢lebra ae YORE We ar ; : t S.S. “GASCOGNE” Sailing to Plymouth and Le Havre via
——— | the above Act against the said Planta- | #asslawns, tropical flowering shrubs and | up under the Central Health Ser- Reading brewery. ported in ‘the current issue of the Martinique and Guadalou the Ist J
CAR—One B.S.A. 10 H-P., good tyres} tion, in respect of the Agricultural year | flowers together with eight coconut | isec C Pe ae Said Hawkes: “There is n-| British Medical Journal that seven q aloupe on the Ist June, 1950,
snd good condition, reasonable price. | 1950 to 1951 palms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw,| ViC@S Council and the Scottish Koubt about it all lway: | OPerations out of 10 performed on ,
Apply to Julian Atwell. Phone 2476. No money has been borrowed under | 'ango, tamarind, breadfruit, and plum| about 125 preparations which @oubt about it all. TI have always) Vitor stenosis (valvular disease For further particulars apply to :—
2.6.50—3n tne Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the | trees, wire-mesh narcioeed lock up|should be regarded as food, and t#ken advantage of the traditiona: of the heart) were successful. _
above (as the case may be) in| vegetable garden a) tool shed, colassed ai - . é ze yrivi ‘ - § SS . 2
CAR—Morris 8 H.P, Sedan 197] respect of such year. Griveways and garden paths, will be sold | 20t as drugs, and sHould therefore Privilege of nipping along for a : R. M. JONES & COo., LTD. - Agents.
model in perfect condition. Apply Dated this 31st day of May, 1950 unfurnished if desired. Attractive price. | NOt be prescribed free. ‘tree pint of beer in the morning Mitral stenosis accounts for
Gerald Ward, H. Jason Jones & Co, CECIL JEMMOTT, Phone owner 8316 between 10 a.m , and I’ve not had a day's illness in] about 10 per cent of all cases of
2.6.50__2n. Owner and 6 p.m, 24.5. 50-—5n Tonic wines, meat extracts and 20 years.” organic heart disease. One of the
31,5.50—3n . er tasty he : . ck | eee
CAR—One (1) Fluid Drive ‘Dodge WOKE SEES Ubiceble aenbarty, leown | 2 number of other tasty helps to Wes Hawkee joined his & _ | doctors 36-year-old L. C, Brock
equipped with radio and new tyres, os “HOTEL WORTHING on SEA’ | fitness are “out”. en anaes Joined Ais arm if} was the first man in medical his- Get the pick of the Cricket G ilabl
Car in perfect condition, Good as new (formerly Briziliana Hotel) standir Included in the list are baby May 1900 the daily ration for the] tory to operate inside the heart. : eee
Apply D. Harvey Read, c/o Canadian NOTICE over fifteen thousand square feet includ-| foods, milk foods, invalid foods, staff was five pints and nobody This was at Guy's Hospital in by selecting yours now
Bank of Commerce 2.6.50.—4n, ing entrance driveway from Publi t : _ is slucose reall inded if th d t of 7 1 hi r. h ig
Oe ee a eg — | APPLICATIONS are invited for two| Road together with twelve bathing | Vitamin compounds and glucose really minded if the odd extra one} June 1948 when he cured an We have a complete range in stock.
2% HP. B.S.A. Cycle in good mobolanaiiye: to a Bret rade gchool- cubicles preparations Liquid foods and was consumed while the foreman on “blue baby” girl.
Trim price reasonable. Apply Marshall| one a boy and one a@ girl—under The only available site on Worthing} wines such as apple juices and was ther we ad His colleagues, reporting on
and Edwards. Phone__3453 2.6.50.—3n.| the terms of a Bill 1949—57 empower-| Coast. First class business place. Fine and Jemon anion Gates malt we nes = bd ines AM their latest "Tacebeeten to the
____________ | ing the Trustees of the will of EM-|sea bathing. A window on the ocean. | © ay eee ait according to Hawkes, “beer was British Medical J 1 are Dr THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
MANUEL JOHN COCK HUTCHINSON | Cool and cozy location. With slight | @Xtract preparations and meat and really beer in those days”. r ee Neer are id J
ELECTRICAL fo grant such scholarships —Applica- alterations can be made a high class| vegetable extracts are also termed — Today the ration is down to one end cd con taslbas cert ane: (CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietors)
a otel or Nig! ub. AAe oa . ‘ = 's sec-
BARRETT ELECTRIC ADDING MA-| Secretary of the Trustees from whom| Offers in writing received up to 30th foods ILN.S. pint but Hawkes is cheered by tle tion, and the assistant physician Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets.
CHINE— very little used. New price] ail information with respect to the| June, 1960, by . new stronger British beer. t the hospital.—Reute a
$295,00 will accept $220,00 At Ralph] scholarships can be obtained. S. J. ROCK & CO., “It’s a step in the right direc- a he hospital.—mewter. igueubiuiansumaabintemetbeiaste — =
A. Beard’s Auction Room Hardwood H. VINCENT ARMSTRONG, 112 Roebuck Street, | cs step stl -
Alley Phone—4683. 2. 6. 50—3n.] Hony. Secretary, St. ane eee Inspection any day. tion,"—LN.S, Mi CG t & B iid
ee a ar saa ect, ; ; P. 1.6,50—19 ® ® r. ;
ONE COLDSPOT, REFRIGERATOR = 31.5,50—6n Gums Bleed? The University College . Contractor as
(4% Cubic Feet). In perfect working — ——- BATHSHEBA; Owing to illness Mr 6656 . . MAC :
condition. Recently overhauled = and NOTICE Howe wishes to sell Tanglin Beachmount g LOVEE SOSS ODDO of the West Indies Let buil . CHINE WOOD-WORKING
spray painted For information phone Pasture at cost of building (1947) Eng- | et us build your — — —
. 1.6.50—4n Re Estate of lish style stone built house Large pe Hh hiniteinecon have Byarenen, * WANTED Extra-Mural Department
WILLIAM ARNOLD JOHNSON Lounge, Dining room, 3 bedrooms, 2| Trench Mouth of pethaps some bad disease Ye y aes 7 v WINDOWS & DOORS
MECHANICAL ia deceased Baths, 2 Toilets, 4 Galle Kitchen | that will sooner or later cause your teeth RESPONSIBLE WEST INDIAN HISTO
ores ve as WILLIAM JOHNSON | Laundry, Garage stable attractive gar-| (0 fall out and may also cause Rheumatism CONTRACTOR Constitutional Development
BOY'S BICYCLE—26” Wheel with] sons Having, ane, Habe cae inten, anainnt den. E-light & Power easily convertt- to Fee the hat bk prgen ake ieath e A COURSE OF TEN By machinery which assures accuracy and economy and
light and generator, Phone 8371 or affecting the Estate of William Arnold | Pl€ 2 flats or 4/5 bedroom house and quickly tightens the teeth, Iron clad IR to dig 40 to 50 Suck Wells, LECTURES obviously must greatly reduce cost of same.
2.6.50—3n. | Johnson, deceased, also known as William 2.6.50—t.f.n guarantee. Amosan must make your; 4 = ft. diameter on large sale by ens SA M
Johnson, late of Baxters Road, in the ‘]}mouth well and save your teeth or R drainage scheme AUGHAN VE IONEY
City of Bridgetown in this Island, who money back on return of empty pack: | % salt salt asset HAY DIAL: int 2791 — =F
MISCELLANEOUS died at Baxters Road aforesaid on the LIQUOR “LICENSE NOTICE age. Get Amosan from your chemis: | Owner will furnish equip- at the British Council, at int i or full particulars
telnet . aay fe November Hh ae aad celts Amosan ey eater o ment and half the Explo- Wakefield. L & H MILLER REED STREET city
WELS—Better Quality Towels, Face }to send in particulars of their claims ‘+ es » j iti Ps . . a =
Coen tichan ‘Towels, Yellow Dusters |duly attested to the undersigned Daisy | __ TRANSFER ANY REMOVAL you. & sives. State in writing best Beginning FRIDAY, June |
“for the best selection in Town visit | Seaton, Baxters Road, Bridgetown, on or! THE application of Kenneth Smith | fog Pyorrhea—Trench Mouth \ price per foot. . 9th, at 8.15 p.m.
Novelty Store, Corner McGregor Street | before the 9th day of July 1950, after|of Walls Tenantry, Christ Church . ns 8 ei¢ 1 33 Fee for Course: $1.00.
and Broad Street. 2.6.50—3n, | Which date I shall proceed to distribute | purchaser of Liquor License No, 829 of | ss 1& Rep y Box M bers f Ext Mural
. the assets of the deceased among the | 1950, granted to Lewis Ingram in respect ¢ c/o “Advocate..” em! °o xtra-
CAPS — American styled long peak Parties entitled thereto having regard|of a wall building at Maxwell Hill * Assoc, 84c
5 > san only to such claims of which I shall then| Christ Chureh, for permission to use 1 , . Single Lectures: 12¢
Khaki caps 82 ¢. eac have had notice and I shall not be lia- att IMPORTANT NOTICE "
STANWAY STORE, have had notice end T shall not be lia-| the said Ticense at board and
Lucas &t distributed to any person of whose debt | %'vanized shop attached to residence SSeS
2.6.50—2n. | or claim I shall not then have had notice. | (t Walls Tenantry, Christ Church within The Supply of Natural Gas

GALVANBSED TANKS—5 only 200
gallons Galvanised Tanks with outlet
THE GENERAL AGENCY CO., BAR-







BADOS, 14 High St. 1.6.50—6n
“LADIES’ SPORT COATS—In assorted
Colours—. Silk Lined $22.00 and
$28.50 The Modern Dress Shoppe, Broad
Street. 2.6.50—3n.



NEEDLES for your record player .
all kinds including Ruby and Sapphire
semi-permanent needles to play several
thousand recordings.
A. BARNES & CO., LTD.
24.5.50—t.f,n.





NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank
Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come

nd get, but quick.
ae A. PARNES & CO., LTD. |
24.5.50—t.f.n

\
$7.50

ready |



PANTS-—Cream Flannel Pants

r. Grey Flannel Pants $6.20 Pr

made and made ee bs ot dies
STORE, Lucas ree’

STANWAY rete 54

“Climax” the best

ROLLED OATS: |
produced in Holland. Excellent nourish-
ment for the whole family, Obtainable
at all grocers. 26.5.

—$—$——————— TT

TYRES—Truck and Car tyres in the

following sizes 825 x 20, 34 x 7, 32 x 6,

7200 x 20, 30 x 5, also several car tyres.

Enquire AUTO TYRE comets Tra-
Street. Phone :

ayes 20.5.50—t.f.n.

and
Flies.

and
Ants

“KLEENKIL” D.D.T. Fly
is effective against
Moths, Wasps, Mosquitoes, Gnats
most household pests, including
Tt may be placed in Wardrobes and
Cupboards to ete or eo
: ice 3d. card. ainable at—
or KNIGHT'S LTD
2.6,50—2n

WANTED

THE
Moth Paper





|





HELP
LADY—For managing position

SHIRT FACTORY
RELIANCE “aN gt oA



EXPERIENCED SHIRT MAKERS—For







fy a y N 2 High St
Yeliance Shirt Factory No Petes as
rest
EXPERIENCED NURSE to look after
a three year old child — Apply Mré
Kreindler, Breezeley ee eae
MISCELLANEOUS
a)

WANTED TO BUY
A good used CAR 12 to 14 H.P Send
particulars to Box. 22 C/o Ava Sn

WANTED TO RENT
BUNGALOW or APARTMENT—must
be completely furnished. Write Box 240
C/o Advocate Co., Ltd. 31.5.50—3n
LS
DUMPY LEVEL — With or without
staff. Apply C. W. Clarke C/o Clarke
, Plantations Ltd
eee ee 31.5 .50—3n

———$—$—$——





Exchange stamps. Send yours, receive
mine. Also other things. Ed. Peterson,
1265 No. Harvard Bivd., Los Angeles,
California, U.S.A. 1.6.50-—2n

SMALL HOUSE OR FLAT Hastings,
Worthing, Rockley District or i ad
‘. acid -¥ Z..
Foad. Moderate rent. Rep . ap ae 1

C/o Advocate.



jin



AND all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay,

Dater this 6th day of May, 1950.

DAISY SEATON,

Qualified Executrix of the will of

WILLIAM ARNOLD JOHNSON, deceased





also known as WILIAM JOHNSON.
12.5.50.—4n,
Re estate of
Deceased

JULIAN EGBERT BRATHWAITE
NOTICE is hereby given that all per-
sons having any debt or claims against
the Estate of JULIAN EGBERT BRATH-
WAITE, deceased late of Four Roads,
the parish of Saint Philip in this
Island who died on the 15th day of

October 1948, intestate are requested to| Of premises viz:—a board and shingle

send in particulars of their claims
duly attested to the undersigned Ettina
Ereille Brathwaite, C/o Messrs. Haynes

' & Griffith Solicitors No. 2 Swan Street,

Eridgetown, on or before the 3lst day

; of July, 1950 after which I shail produce

to distribute the assets of the deceased

among the parties entitled thereto
having regard only to such claims
ef which I shall then have had notice

and I will not be liable for the assets
or any part thereof so distributed to
any person of whose debt or claim 1
shall not then have had notice.

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their said
indebtedness without delay.

Dated this 3lst day of May, 1950

ETTINA ERCILLA BRATHWAITE,
Qualified Administratrix of the Estate of



Julian Egbert Brathwaite, deceased
2.6.50—4n
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

TRANSFER AND REMOVAL

THE application of Walter King of
Ledge Road, Christ Churth, purchaser
of Liquor License No. 1002 of 1950,
granted to Irene Hinds in respect of a
three roofed board and shingled build-
ing at Goodland, for permission to use
the said License at a board and shingled
shop attached to residence at Lodge
Road, Christ Church within District ‘B’

Dated this 3lst day o® May, 1950
To C. W. RUDDER, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘B”
(Sgd.) WALTER KING,
Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at the Licensing Court to be

held on Wednesday, 14th day of June
1950, at 11 o'clock a.m. at Police Courts

Dist. “B
Cc. W. RUDDER,
Magistrate, Dist. ‘
2.6.50.



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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Extra-Mural Department.
THE application of Da Costa Arthur, TWO LECTURES
shopkeeper of Porey Spring, St Sis i sake
Thomas, the purchaser of Liquop License \
No. 397 of 1950, granted in re- A. J. SEYMOUR
spect of a bomrd ond shingle shop (A British Guianese Poet).
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License to « stone wall and salvan- NATURE POETRY.”

ized shop situate at Porey Spring, St
Thomas, and use it at such last
described prery yes.
Dated this Uist day of May, 1950
(Sgd.) ETHELBERT GREENIDGE
for Applicant
To:—c. L. D. H. WALWYN, Esq.,
Ag. Police Magistrate,
District “D”
N_B.—This_ application

will be con-

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held =
on Mth June, 1960, at 11 o'clock a.m. | On — woe June 7th
et Police Court, District “D" | at 6.15 p.m.
c. L. D. H. WALWYN, Admission: FREE
Ag. Policé Magistrate, Dist. “D"
2.6.50—In

District “B".
Dated this 3lst day of May, 1950

To C. W. RUDDER, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist yg
(Sgd.} KENNETH SMITH
Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at the Licensing Court to be
held on Wednesday, 14th day of June
1950, at 11 o'clock a.m. at Police Courts
Dist. “Br.
Cc. W. RUDDER,
Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘‘B"
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THE application of Eugene Mayers and
Marjorie Goddard, holder of Liquor
License No 806 granted to Olga
Shepherd and Granvill Birch in respect

building below Police Station, Black
Rock, St. Michael, for permission to use
said Liquor License at a board and
shingle shop with shed attached at
Eagle Hill Road, St. Michael
Dated this Ist day of June,
To CG. L. WALWYN, Esq
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
Signed EUGENE MAYERS,
for Applicants
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District ‘‘A”, on
Monday, the 12th day of June 1950, at
il oclock, a.m,

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PAGE EIGHT

W.L. Lead By
363 Runs

@ From Page 1.





with his tenth boundary reach:
100 out of 196 in ho 20 mim
utes.

The two hundred partnership
Was realized shortl afterward
and Worrell reached his 100 in
two and a half hours

He was out a few minutes later
after hitting 14 fours, when caug!it
behind the wicket off Wellard, but




Wal until

we

Trestrail stayed with
the close, when the
363 runs ahead with
ond innings’ wickets in hal
Walcott being 117 not
Trestrail not out
Following are the sc

wii Ist IND c

SOMERSET Ist INNIS
Gimblett ¢ Goddard b ¢
Angell b Johnson
Tremiett b
Woodhouse b
Buse c Jones b
Lawrence tpd

Ramadhin
Rogers not out



Ramad}
Rar in

me

M.C.C. v. WEST INDIANS

Stephenson b Johnsor

Wellard b R dihir

Hazeli b Ramadh

Robinson c Ci tiani b Ramadh (
Extras b. ¢ t





Feeble Show
abiouans IN TEST TRIAL

Jones os ) I
Worrell : 0 -â„¢ >
Ramadhin 19.1, 4 7 The Re
Gomez

Fall of wic' 1-67, 2-82 84
4—98, 6~126, 6-130, 7 2. of

171

ANALYSE

oO M ‘

BOWLING

sRADFORD, June 1
t England gave
display of batting
out for 113 in
nnings to lose by
‘ an innings and 89 runs to England
104 in the Test trial
Walcott not out l On a piteh still
Trestratl not out too difficult, the
Extras - last 8 wicket dat
The were 42
Bedser 30,
doubled the
Hollies, who spun and fiighted
his leg breaks and googlies clev-
erly, finished with 6 wickets for
runs.
Laker

Bedser



feeble

were

4 2 anothe



and
their

W.1, 2nd ID PUD

econd

Rae lbw, b Wella
Marshall b Buse

Worrell c Stephenson b Wellard

tricky, but not
Rest lost their
for.86 runs
for 5, but Eric
ind Spooner 22

Fall of wicket 1—48, 2—52, 3—2¢
score
BOWLING ANALYSIS
o. M F W
Wellard 15 3 9 2
Buse 14 1 60
Hazell 24 4 59 0
Robinson 4 2 “7 0
Lawrence 10 0 0
—Reuter

28
for 44 and Alec

took 2
22 —RKeuter

2 for



Living up to his reputation for Andrews in red, white and blue
the colourful in golf, Amateur | cap, red pullover
Championship challenger from “He is not show-off, it is
America, 5ft.-tall Bill “Dyna just his personality,” said a
mite” Goodloe arrives at St. | team mate.
L



1947 TITLE HOLDER
ENTERS AGAIN

PARIS, June 1

England’s Test
Team vs W.L.

@ From Page 1. Mrs Pat Todd, who won the

iitle in 1947, to-day entered the

attending a London clinic with his Women’s Singles finals in the

damaged knee, however, and is French Lawn Tennis champion-

almost certain to withdraw. Ships here. In an all-American

Washbrook, Lancashire’s open- Semifinals match, she defeated
ing batsman, was not included Miss Barbara Scofield 6/2 6/3

because he is unfit. He will not b« In the previous round Miss

able to play in Lancashire’s game Scofield had eliminated the

against the West Indies on Satur- holder, Mr Margaret Du Pont,

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“Rest” Give TRINIDADIAN EDGES OUT
LOCAL CYCLING STAR
In Last Day Of Sports

THE 15 MILE CYCLE
Barbados at the Amateur
Meeting which concluded at
was carried off by Compt
barely edged the tape ahead

J. G. Dewes (M.C.C.) caught by Gomez off Goddard for 10.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



THE LAST |
REFUGE

OF THE SPORTSMAN |

NEW YORK, i

No matter what you may think
of England's way of doing things
like extracting money from your



uncle's whiskers and sometimes
forgetting when the note is due,
the tight little isle remains the
last refuge ie genuine sports-
man

You don't > to agree wiin
their viewpoint on sports whic
is that it is ‘\eiter to have played
and lost the . to have ple yed |
at all. You 1 that they are}
a little naive the who:e |
business of professsonal sports|
competiloa,

Nevertheless, they still have al

ing slyly at the rest of the world
for having landed a heavyweigot
championship which
nobody wants.

match

J. Onslow Fane, chairman of the
British Board of Boxing Control,
therefore the equivalent of
Abe J. Greene and Eddie Eagan
put together, is in town telling u
match.

and

about that

Lee Savold, the former bar-
tender, is meeting Bruce Woodcock
Tami Mauriello,
auto accident,
British call the
vacated by

victim of
Baksi and an
what the
world championship,
Joe Louis.

the
Joe
for

RACE, which was revived in
Athletic Association Whitsun
Kensington yesterday evening,
on Gonsalves of Trinidad wh
1 of Ken Farnum, the loca! sta:

J. Onslow Fane is not kidding
when he seems to say that the
British have taken a prize plum
away from America.

However, Abe Greene, head of



His Excellency the Governor Best Distance: 19 ft. 10 in the National Boxing Association,
and Mrs. Savage were among the , 5 Mil Mt ee. Cs) and Eddie Eagan, chairman of the
tes red 2 : Smart, 2. G i 3 > - Sas
Spectators who attended the last Fields. Time: 1 min, 15 secs New York Commission, would not
day of this meeting and His Ex- 220 YARDS FLAT (Ladie: have suffered any such travesty in
cellency presented the prizes. 1. G. Cumberbatch, 2. B. Walrond, their territory except under
Although the afternoon began % P. Best. Time: 26 4/5 secs extreme duress.
very dull, with an early down- , 1 pragenme tc. iy
e y . 5 og 7 " = -rince
pour which made the track heavy, ;t.\. 3) & Denny. Time This British fight is one of the

some brilliant finishes were wit-
nessed in the majority of events.
In the the 880 yards flat W. Tull
of Trinidad clipped two seconds
off his own record of 9 mins. .08
sees.

It was unfortunate in the 220
Yards Flat for Ladies that Pear!
Gooding, the Trinidad representa-
tive, pulled a muscle in her right
leg and had to drop out of the
race when spectators and officials
were looking forward to a thrilling
finish between herself and Grace
Cumberbatch, the local lady
sprinter, After this accident Grace
had a “walk-over” in the Ladies’
division.

Bridgeman of the Trinidad
Constabulary, carried off the 226
yards Open with ease. Coming
second was Prince, another re-
rresentative of the “Land of the
tlumming Bird” while third was
Denny of the local Constabulary.

Good Judgment

By using good judgment, R. G.
Gordon of B.G., was able to
earry off the Half Mile and Three
Mile cycle events in the Inter-
mediate Class.

Another thrilling finish was
witnessed in the Five Mile A Class
eycle race. Ken Farnum was in
the lead during the last few yards
but Lindsay Gordon, the B.G.
star cyclist, crept ahead, follow-
ed by Gonsalves and went on to
win by about only half a cycle
wheel from Gonsalves

In the Five Mile B Class cycl@

race H. Roett, owing to his
courage and stamina, won both
the race and the lap prize. |

Before the presentations Mr. |
J. W. B. Chenery, President of
the A.A.A. thanked His’ Ex-
cellency and Mrs. Savage for)

being present.

Special Credit
gave special credit to the
competitors and said he was
sure that if Pearl
not unfortunately injured
would have seen a keener struggle
in the ladies division.

He congratulated Ken Farnum,
the young cycle Champion, and
then went on to thank all who
helped to make the Meet a sue-
cess.

He
lady



The results were as follows:
LONG JUMP |
1. P. Haynes, 2. C. Campbell, 3. P.C |
The Weather
TO-DAY
Sun Rises: 5.38 a.m,
Sun Sets; 6.18 p.m.
Moon (Last Quarter) June
7

Lighting: 7.00 p.m.
High Water; 4.29 a.m., 6.01
p.m,

YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington) .18 ins

Temperature (Max). 86.0 °F.

Temperature (Min.) 76.5 °F.

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E
by N (3 p.m.) E by N.

Wind Velocity 17 miles per
hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.)
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MILE CYCLE (Intermediate)
Gordon (B.G.}), 2. J. Skinner,
Quain (B.G.) Time: 1 min. 13%

few in history in which neither
principal in a title encounter rates
as a contender. But the British
view these things differently from

1, sR
3. H
secs

MILB CYCLE (A Claes)

1 L Gordon (B.G) 2 Cc Gor , , i in
sives (T.) 3. K. Farnup. Time: 1a the way we do, They simply desiz-
mins. 15 sees nate a couple of blikes as princi-

100 YARDS FLAT (Boys Over 16) pals for a championship and tet

1 V. Skeete (M.H.S.) 2 D. Bade-

oe Fes it go at that.

w 4/5

Harper (M.H.S) Time;

secs

Maybe they have the right idee,






100 YARDS FLAT (Girls Over 16) ; .
1. G. Cumberbatch, 2. B. Walrond, considering that Abe Greene’s
P. Best. ‘Time: 11 3/5 secs NBA has been recognizing Ezzard
00 YARDS FLAT (Local Men) Charles, contrary to. the
1. P.C. C. Aroher, 2. P.C. Bien. “"SPleS, Contraly to the
wn, 3. PC. B. Denny. Time: 9 4/5 -
s. (Equal Record) does not recognize anybody.
3 MILE CYCLE (Intermedidate)
rare anit P at ee The British anyway treat these
10% - sece inings more lightly than we do.
1 MILE CYCLE (A Class Chey box and play tennis ana

K. Farnum, 2. D. Keizer, 3. ¢

golf as though it were just another

es (B.G 2 s 27 secs .

3 MILE "CYCLE (B Clas eo outing. We play for keeps and the
1. H. Roett, 2. D. Smart, 3. R. records will show that we ar2
eld Time: 14 mins. 16 secs more successful.

880 YARDS FLAT (Open)
1 W. Tull (T.) 2, P.C. C, Callendar saa'e . ,

L. Barker. Time: 2 mins. 06 sees Still, it could be possible that

(Record) we take winning and losing too

440 YARDS RELAY ‘Boys’ Schoo!)

t
view o |
the New York Commission, i
'
seriously, egged on as we are
|

Modern High School, 2 Parry, :
Lodge. Time: 47 1/5 secs our betting, leading to scandais
_ 15 MILE CYCLE ‘Open of one kind and another.
1 C Gonsalves ‘7 ) 2. K. Farnum, I am not sure the British are
L. Gordon (B.G.) Time: 40 mins - : :
denen right; in fact, it seems to me that

you should play a game all out
to win, and fight the same way

Basket Ball In

any case, we will concede to
Britain its right to being
The Island defeated The Rest thoroughly sportsmanlike,

especially in affairs of this kind
where a match between Savold
and Woodcock is billed for the
championship

by 50 goals to 25 on Wednesday
night in a basketball match at the
Y.M.C.A The team is leaving
today for Trinidad and this was
their farewell match.

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Portugal
Out Of
Cup Finals —

RIO DE JANEIRO, June 1.
General Angelo Mendes De
Moraes, Mayor of Rio De Janeiro,

has received a cable from the
Governor of Lisbon, informing

him that Portugal will not com-
pete in the World Soccer Cup
Finals this month.

The cable stated that in spite,
of efforts by Government officials, |
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ton has refused to take part
because after losing to Spain in a
preliminary round, the team was)
dispersed.

Only 14 countries will contest
the Finals. |

—Reuter
Indian Beats
Argentine

BIRMINGHAM, June 1.

Bose, India, beat Heraldo Weiss
Argentine champion, 6--3, 2—46,
6—4, in the final of the Priory
Â¥.awn Tennis tournament here
to-day

The deciding set was a stern
fight. At 4—2 Weiss double fault-
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—Reuter

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7.15 a.m. Think on
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PACT. TWO Ccuub CaUinq BARlsADOS ADVOCATK FRIDAY. JVST. 2, 150 TENNIS TWOSOMl 11IS EXCELLENCY ** wnoi md Mn accompanied by Cap! W Lambert attended the anal : Intercolonial Athletic .. Sports at Kensington afternoon, and the COM the SpocU presented the the various prize wliu | Congrats N .IAS been recci Mr M -t. son of Mrs L A W*ft Lodge School. hag pj-< examinationm .v. HcCin University and was plat eighth in>a class of over one hui. dred. Michael has already rcceivt i his B Sc degree Got It Fro* The Indiana *T*HE KAMI A in I was none other than ],ing Cror. J II Leslie and Ml |; -' Co. Ltd from I n gla n d vli Trio To Viait Their Son Dr Galr "'"' 'i'" 1 1 '' 1 %  '-' R aJr .;., summer cli. EV. AND MBS II A MELB | Mu.Hl VIU., •ho left but night by OV*r to England win the "Gascogne," are on their way tended Bin I to the U.K.. for a holiday and to He has been away I i visit their son Herbert, who is yean, and baa mtovnad to taka studying Medicine nt Cardiff up nn appointmi University. They will be itayllifl with him in South Waleand Hospital during his holidays they will then Dr. Qala iiaval around ihe country with by tba Matina" him on a sight seeing trip They expect to be ret DR. "TONY l %  %  Here For Remaining Two Week. AMU nXWII COHKK1A lV l.C. who was IB :>is family ii-t'.i %  >:.day with Worthing. Married On Sunday M iss PEARL HUNT!, young ID and Mrs A Hunt, ol Ktrtons. St Philip. OH Sunday afternoon %  thai Uathodfaj] I • %  CLsriDB, eldest son of Mrs. Henderson Clarke of si PtliUp. Itev. II %  %  mad % %  %  • ere Mr. Earl Humj.hiev Mi darooca Tha Bride was given away by hot brothar Mr. A Hunte. She Iran of white faconne nn" satin, decorated with sequinII. i r %  %  .,• %  %  blossoms and she carried a bouh ta map dragons ,, %  < i ; .. Maul of Honour was Miss Weekes, who chow a dress of pink faconne and lac* .' %  %  %  Ufa >|ii Hi was a halo of oranae blossoms and nhe naming Dr. Cole Arrives rjH. -TONY" GALE Jl boupaM "'f pink verbinas and gerholi>aUo* In Octolier meanwhll Rev. AReyne. will act In h plaeo BO Vicar of St. Aaabrooc For U.K. Holiday A LSO LEAVING laal night by %  the "GascoRtic," for day in England was Mm Maude, who has Headmistress of SehoQJr For Six Months AMU. AND MitS. HENRY WAThudian at "the Be 1T SON Icit lasi night by tin e-_ **..,-_ "Qsscogne" en route i* EngUn hor Martinique Holiday for about MX months' holida> M n '''-^"VS COPP1N, wife Mr. Watson, u Manager of Scarl? "' Mr > s Coppln, Spoils Factory Her tlvr Bridesmaids were CarmoUa Hunte. Cynthia Hunte, Shirley Clarke. Clclly Humphrey and Hetty Johnson. Tha recaption was held at Kirtons, tha home of the bride. Guest Of B.C. in U.K. M R. E A. ADAMS. Town Clerk Of Georgetown, who will be KpendinK Mi months* vacation in the U.K. will be the guest of the '" .'British Council for a week during & onarr. It) **• H I'd. MIM oogrv. ivi -W I DOWD. umnf maDuncsurad -JUV. (41 1. Wbaa JL.VJ •• got It (%  ii. > it. IS K i... anea. (4) M Fwnoui tot orodui isddar. ii P HI ocrtaiDO aiar oT ihe past seven weeks has bean SCUna Manager of the Hoval |(l Bank of Canada's Branch In DommT J£? Ft gave me the i. .me" 5Ji* w hU ">• "^-gcr was on CooMDCtim High tv ( B-^J, ,, m .. l((H(Klcs .. •> B.C. Airways on Tuesdav l> %  Waleott and I sti Frequent Visitors M RS. E B. JORDAN, and hei daughter Aurelta |gfl i Miami by B-W.IA.. yestcrda.% morning after spending one month's holiday ,il (oral S,ind> Worthing. Aurclia wa*. bOTO In Trinidad and although they now live in Miami, they bava pent lott of time both in Trinidad ami Barbados M To Settle in Mexico JOHN GREEN, who Editor of Ihe QgrDadOS AdfOCai left last nighl by (he "GaaVOgaa*', to spand .. month's holiday in Murliiin. Installation Engineer M K and \1US W.M I I R rURNER MKl tiieu young w>n Robert arrived VSaAaraa] by II V. I A horn TiiiuUad. Mr '1 urnsa la an [nstallatlon atogmaai attached to tha Baihado %  i. phone Co Lid., ..nd expects to Barbados lor about MX jrt bean doing Tn lt.nl .,,; aying at the T-.-. Reach Club Mr. and Mrs Edgar Mantdcn returned to Ti.md.id 0O Wednesday ufierni to H.W I A Ihe Trii.idadian %  ntatlvo on the Wc_. dJan Cricket Boaru of Control. tad ., w.i Test select, WH A Mixup A greedy innkeeper named The mixture Francois put water in his wire What • •' He lillcd one cask with wine ami wlW %  •'' water In equal proporti to nivn jnai au cask twice as large as the Brit pw* *" u l '•" i •* J *n P* ana Oiled n with twice at mucb ' n,u **" ,, •** uxn ""' > v wine as water. has originally from Tenm-ssi. around and has been living in VanaBwll for the past ten and a half raia has been on holiday ta about three weeks staying at the Paradise Beach Club Accompanied by his wife and daughter Monica they left yesterday by B.W.I.A. en route to Hew York where they will sla* for a while, before going toj Mexico, where they pljiti to settle.) The Greens have bean to Barbados on and off for the| pert nine years, and find Harltadojust about the be>t pUKSJ QQ i-arth. monthi n. lion arorh In Trtnldad, .. Londoner, ha hat bean travelling ba w i for about two Fourth Visit M ,{ ,,li MRS. LESLIE HEM %  ia who h; m |„,. tl l( ,., Hi „_ Mi monthi holiday ^t si ID c r Ifar Qus i rlousa, wHiiinig. returned to Trinidad yesterday by M W ] A '""• Mr Reid is Secretary' rer of J T Johnson Ltd their fourth visit to Uttar. ._, %  asm 1 and IS AGIOS*. Wi.tri I ;ac a barm. il. S. X. Tlia cointoaucaoi>l of *reii. <3i t. A chilly •ubjact w.th hitn ; irlson Was on Long Leave V|LSS JIAN WALLER, who fo. iT a tha pat two monii^ .,Maying with tba Walter Corbln•tt Worthing relumed to Trlnidiid ^ I.".flerniNiri i BW I A Jean is with Harclavs Bank in Vort-of-Spaln an dwas on Ion* leave For Month's Holiday M RS, E W RAY arrived from Trinidad veslerdav morning by B.W.I.A to spend n month's holiday with her ( Mr. Charlie Ray, who was S'.w.-ii to nieet her BY THE WAY a> BS4CBC0MKM W E are accuSUnned to Uie phrase "blgblj/ nutritious by now. it usually refer, to highly unpleasant '..kc-food. A few days ago tba phnaW v\., ottlcially attached to a form oi nourishment beyond Uie dream-. of avarice; arillu ml white of egg made from the blood of animals slaughtered in Denmark. It Is used for cake-Icing and tor cream. As a body-fuel intake it w, I believe, second only to the artificial Ash-paste made from the pounded bones of horse-, slaughtered In Nicaragua. Mhw Cruufunl Talks iinou.h My Hut I cannot afford, £90 halt Nowadays. (Miv Joan Crawford.) ~ TOR can I, Miv. Crawl.rd nor N c can I Vp Ihv Ticini--purlrr*.' U P the beetroot-moulders! Up the coil-dippers! I may be able to help the Hoard of Trade in their search for tradesmen. At TA '"in. -. utwlch, •• Mrs. Cutpareon makes cardboard -• %  tor dolls' boo* \ % %  '"'' At i.i r Again, then \ \ il Irl ol Bnam nai i vs ho Us from %  caravan • COVn fm UM ferrulCN %  . i '" Cornet him! Run bun 11 earti yi. i N.E.. a hutbcxl ol frottat l urtai brickH utters, m %  111) l lOOt Un %  molten tinfoil, tern-preasers? Altar thacnl Ui UN whclver.' I iDMrsI l'o %  %  %  %  ltd Mar/tinul \tr ADVOCATING -* amoci oolourfuL mom sttrac%  ol church," .i clargyni.in Is rep -.;,„( thai Rd lad thai bomb* had • %  % %  %  I in..ii> %  .!. .in i data shun has Ons way, i tnlnk, go t.. church uuuld bf to build churches would look ajoietb hke tUi Ihaatraa or the book in. dog-trsH h rhe gra il and tha encttnt churches (so di %  iiie.lievah could sniel> alttrad and brouahi up t without the,,, entirely. Oltlhum Ulvli,,, IV -'Il the expensive Englisn tootbalkn smlgrauj to eour>> %  i U' . i sun non tor then services. we nia> f.ue.l wltfa thO .^lonishing "si*. lacia ol . team which consists •>. %  ho were bom m or Uv in ihe placa thaj are playing fa This would give som. •) meaning to Victory or defeat i ham thai Bhofllald Rovei-. i svlng i^i.ii bought lock, stock, %  nd barri I DJ B Uruguaj i tub to be known as 1A>* Vagnmundo. 'M Not to I* confus.-! with Bbafflald Hleroolea M w, PUT IN A PLUG FOR SAFETY AND COMFORT Ml. I Ol.l.Otl IM,ELECTRICAL SUNDRIES C.T.S. WIRE FLKX SWITCIIES-Kliivh „„d gnhc* CEILING ROSES CORK GRIP HOLDERS JOINT BOXES BATTEN HOLDERS ruass ARROW IM.re.S MAD) SWITCHES WOOD BLOCKS BELL WIRE TRANSFORMERS BELL PUSHES BELLS BULBS—S—200 Candl, Power LAMP SHADES THE CORNER STORE wo<