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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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Tuesday.
6
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June

19

“WE'LL

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Paet Coun tries
Pool Shipping

To Meet Possible War Period

OTTAWA
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Kxicrnal
on tust month’

R. LESTER PEARSON,
Miniscer,

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Pricer
FIVE CEN

Year 535.

OT IN THE U.K.”

GOMES SAYS

Until Increased Sugar
Guarantee Is Granted



TAKE R



Housewives Are Helping

(From Our Own Correspondent)



































































tie Paet talks in London, said hippine pool be: | LONDON, June 5
jermed through which it was Pog.’ meee cht Atlan: AT THE conclusion of the B.W.I. sugar dele
5 2 s riod , : : :
__ Shipping needs during a possi! r period yates’ meeting at the West India Committee
ae - elt Parliament that a “wh . :
1t tally important” — decision wa | this morning, Mr. Albert Gomes, the chairman,
BETTER tat fat by North Atlantic Pa: | announced: “We are close-knit and determined. If
‘ ree NY nenbers & > decided t j
MIDDLESBROUG ip: hulaWbeed: cellaction He necessary we will take root here until our reques
J nglarna ‘ ) t .
The postman was a little lll clone peony ease | for an increased guarantee is granted.”’
a One WW e ot mi orn |
late with a card here rt- | Jelev: » tolkeing a. 1 . , \ hei
Kently, UL waeield secvion Htc 1 aadhveA tint hve eniicctii Delegates are taking heart from the fan t that theit
¢ard—posted at an army defence plan might eveniua { is now receiving prominence in the British Press
field post office April 5, 1917 can that countries would abt ‘ollowing the Daily Express leader last week, an observer
— P.) m the idea of having th: uli ol an influential indepence nt Sunday newspaper ye tay
| fr rens We ou f fant ave a resume of the British West Indies case the front
< ol ug of re-| Have
jocrves W hich could be cal in] ce « eau ‘
urc at oneal he adder x acti el Vorkinyg be ’ f 3 a
| ca ve aqdoar .
rae : 1 ‘ We dia 4 nd Mr, Gome
Tributes | \oir3 8%, niin te Leopold Calls [8.88% Ses
work of the rth At‘antic ‘I! | of tte i \ Blizabe
What she already was doin P; *t y Cl - af’ Pp I > i
Baldwin in her own defence te al y 41eis ES : she Baitiee
acceptance of balance 4 ry Advertiser
net mean that | € For I alks
ASTLEY, Worcestershire | ries could collect their . | We
June 5 | Y behind the rerifice Ind case ji ne reer

Winston Churchill regard | embers mations alone GENEVA, Jun reade f tl e to
late Stanley Baldwin as the most} Importance King Leopold h u ved | the nistry, u hem to
jJormidable politician he had ever } ' ! . . the | of the Sovial ¢ acre iditional t
; . \ saat 4 ; . via Pearson said that t ohe ,
known, Churchill paid tribute to} ,, ul AMantih & : i ian | to Geneva for t 1
the Conservative Prime Minister! “SU Atantic = countrics ar ence vas learn here t | per se .
of inter war year who lic d of it acnea a daecision in principl M Jacq ie Pirenne the \ } eh , vi
December 14 1947, in sprxech af “My. A decision would be mad ecretary, who i Bruase ( ‘
@ memorial ceremony. “Here wa to the best contribution eact wo aking arraniemt Bt for 7 inet
a statesman,” said Churchill, “who | menber nation could make | Belgian politic fan tc fly here ee
over a long peric’d ¢f years exer Referring to the Sydney meet- | ao ta de ’ . oO Y
eised remarkable persor nflu-j ing of the Commonwealth Con en ards the end of thi IW ill Cc bh: Ss ll
nt > upon British Vitie { iitative Committee on Aid fo a ni thought that ti 1 1 4ul val €

ritish fortunes, Scuth and South-East Asia, In Ee eae . rt eae

: > 2 . mi iclude former
“In domestic politics he w Pearson uid that the Cana 1G st ‘4 B it om ‘
one of the most capable leade Government recognised it he oe ; rl ain Sugar?
you could have found for : pertance and was anxious to joi Wii : nd and “Reon Carte :
sprecesicus " Churchill said th ther Commonwea!th countrie ne Li D ON, J

aldwin achieved two notat'?) siving assistance to those areas The to H | LONDON, Jur )

4 : A \ ass z tho are: | e topi of th fortheo Feate : ,
triumphs in the 1924—29 admin | At the meeting it was agreed, | | talks wit te ‘a King’ rat ee iste. runy the “Sunday Empire
istration. One wv i reign | he said, that assistance should be | to the throne of Belgium foll« » pasar b front page awe y
Affairs where he “sustained” Sir) xtended gradually and spread | i jing general elections, with the |) "% hat Cuba was willing to
Austen Chamberlain in negotia ee asia mter. dra | ees ° P s ‘* |sell Britain sugar for sterling
. 7 over the next six years favourable result for the “King .
ing the Pact of Locarno. The! Technical aid would be or-| TOP: —the rair es ne } Barbado Garrison a boy goe imming in the flooded S part **' This would enable sugar ration-
second was the steadily imprev-| _. d hk af, Pieek | BOTT a aa = Sl 26 Nagi eda a fe a ie The wimming in the fooded Savannah ve y ing to be abolished in this coun-

ing living standards -f the British | ganisec within ; the next ew | B ) I v ) t deey 1 for water-} ie rait ised the postponement of the Pict ck-Rover Leopold, who is living in self rp
eople. . ; months. The assistance would be Combermere Old Bo fixture ington but little boys played lay there imposed exile in Switzerland, no |”

Churchill and Baldwin parte i oe to other ae: ; longer considers himself bound A Food Ministry spokesman
company over India. “I hold tc} wea th countries in South an Y e 7 y by his former declarations con tet Burt correspondent this morn-
views I then expressed”, the Coa- | Southeast Asia. \Cmlinese Set | 9 Bk LGIA NS cerning the passing of -his royal however that they had no
fhe British nation cn all the te rth "| ee ae e,e e ree r an be y ; , Fat an . rena en ee , Met information of any sueh

a » parties e e Y aucouln he ind the B.W.T sugar
huve endorsed Baldwin's views| British Shi De Rk ( OUNT i n
’ ar e e Ss AUG The Belgi: slitiols vj}, | delegates said that they did not

Mic. the consequences that fc 1) XN e e A | Sl ommunism a ; 3 elgian “polGolan : es ittach much importance to the
lowed from them, no one who rea es | D Wyo liscuss with the King the be zoo
accepted his guidance then has | | “Xx l CQ De d A h ‘ WS means of his return and the date |"
right to reproach his memory| ry e | ctares ecneson ‘ lich this should take piace sein icine
now.”—Can. Press, | I ruption | HONG KONG | , it understood

ae Eee | | I KONG, June ( BRUSSELS, June 5, °
rey | Six people, all believed to 1 WASHINGTON, June 5 \ recount in ballot papers d Reuter |New Vice President
° ; ‘ | ha | HADEN , 7 Oman ' |
9 7 | passengers, were killed whe SECRETARY OF STATE Dean Acheso id tod posited a elgium Hainaut
Attlee Rew tews Of Century Chinese Nationalists opened fire “ 7 . an ie ester V | ¥ t ; Cl l ay ( yf
' - he was confident that the resources of the “free wor y May revealed a mistake it “AY 7 ’ 4nanibper
S I PI | cn the 181-ton British ; hip | were adequate to meet the Communist thre HW . 1 counting ¢ 100,000 votes LIND STOLEN
schuman an | HAWAII, June 5 |“Cheung Hing” off the Chi: aes fy ‘ a the H Forei A : \ esult of the earlier mi Commerce
| Mighty Mauna Loa (“Mountain; coast on her way here from | testifying before the ouse Foreign Affairs ¢ ImMitlee eats in the Chamber ’ ‘EY ’ 4
LONDON, June 5, | With Stomach Ache”) continued | Amoy. Seven people were wound- | suppert of President Truman’s $1,222.500,000 f rel of beputies were erroneously at- JE W ELS ; jer

Attlee and his Cabinet are to- its greatest eruption of the cen-! ed | iid programmes tributed to the Soctalist x a Se ee Te eee ta
day reviewing the negotiations/tury to-day, spewing lava flow| T sritish frigate “Whitesand | Acheson id his recent cor ! h recount showed that ont SAN JOSE, Costa Rica KINGSTON. May 31
with France which led to Britain’s | toward the sea that endangered | Bay” on China Coast patrol sped | ———— “=, ferences with European Forei the seats was gained by the The Gola ; June : 1) Har via Venires a fit st
decision to stay outside the Schu-| 35 homes and the vesort dd to the ship’s assistance when she Ministers had inereased his cor Ba, jalist Christian Party, the ; rolden =mantle jewels |, MY. lent of the Jamaica
man Plan Conference in Paris! area. Police at Kona Village} was attacked, but arrived toc SPORTS enee about those ‘ other by a Communist tolen on May 12 from the ir - Ch oe ae 7 4 rn ms me . Ltd 1 a8
later this month, on the big island of Hawaii! to intervene | not-only the physical reso ics’ seats in the Chamber of the Hin of the Angel were | es it ad one of. th Vice

Both Mr. Attlee and the Chan-j said that all residents of the e She sent her doctor aboard but those of the spirit a 1 f "pe puties now total 108. Social- | 7°°OVEred today. Sirens screamed se Sat nf ine aly crane
cellor of. the r xchequer, Su | PANgere are ! geen evac | with a medical party to tend tt | WIN DOW H commended — the Mi lit 73, Liberals 20, Communist mie Gosta Ricans went ud "| Chambe { Commerce ot 3
mere ae we re holidaying | t ae The new 4 flow began} wounded, and later returned t Aid programme ns “Another ¢ Pike Liberal eootaties aude joy , hen Maj Jorge } aK he Serer which. wus launched
mn Hrance last week while thejabout nichtfall and raced at; her patrol duties, leaving the . en ential step towards the preve “i er ek, the Detective Bureau liast ‘Thursday at the closing ses
crucial negotiations were going} breakneck speed toward sea “Cheung Hing” to ¢ on esterda the Pickwich tion of war’ King Leopold’s secretary, Pro- | 22 oUnced that the jewels had] on. They discussed the situatior Pt va’s path transcends the beh ane selina had ( rmere Old Bo we : idl, been recovered near Cartago 20 |

sterd with Mr. E ee, acs : Hongkong unescorted ; Li He y Acheson declared or Jacqués Pirenne, to-nigh ; Ivy Forum in Mi
A —_ ay with Mr Erne t Be ) ‘ne ve Oo} where second The “Cheur Hing wd vA yovernmernt al Comr denied press reports from Genev: a se outheast of pan , Jou |

oreign Secretary, in the Lond nd third flows last week tu ed by British Cantnin . b onjunction with jt ’ e King has summonec| 28¢heco said he presumed tt Mr Vendreyt ve ae '
nursing home where h u a led into the Pacific a6 was carrving 100 " < . Peet a ttttnee th ome ee ? thieves had been arrested } te tele to tl Trade

he : a nai 1er, W arr ' inwarrante ilitar i vce of the Catholic Party t \
went an operation on Saturda I ( ai t nm endans for. Hongkone Weve h J rape ae ‘ ig (CP) Tal

Until he went into the nmursir Ohia nige id our or i : 1 rT ; Id h ris paupt “ ne meet him at his temporary home

B \ o-morro t worl vith the ame cé¢ ( + Toprenee . ~Reute
ares Mr. A suy Me "3 ! house clustered around | —Reut ‘ fundame & 1 hun i ht rem ths oat eer | re
exchanges With France. On Frid Lodre i fi Opih ‘ 3 ‘ ; a
he made a last minute appeai ; ich bout 30 Fake ee ee p . X
a mineterial conferenx inv i vi esident ) vill me Russia Stace P A I N T
Ne Ont ents ¢ ill i .. soe w~ c
bringing the British ar Frenen evacuated Thursday I 1 rs 4 Ei i j ‘ é Impressed or) +
views into line ( ote SE pP p r hg O- el mahi
i ila , \nother
—Reuter | —Can. Press « pi ies isit to Fs | nocMel by
sip: Sy othe tic Rubbe Tr j rade | alks Bana the ae | | if
, ‘ nisters of ie I ‘ ¥ { | 4 “
- ic ati | tt stlantie een Walk-out | » LEWIS BERGER & SONS, Ltd.
ussia Men nea Renewed eer ge vimana impee |
of the United States mea | GENEVA, June i| f I 1
D { LONI! J i trans oe tes " 1760 Y Renee
HONUDON, June in these troublous tir ou he Unite it i] ‘ , is dani fvabbenieeaiali |
R ubber S ore hie ME de ee seat t el Law Comin | Mi
€ in re | her trade ar paym There is no lack of pre he presence of |
t d i } ( iation hich re Oke cureefulne or ¢ ane { Vationali China | x v
lin S eust Asia I March } ntries of the west | e aiiaate Ss t. | WHY let your galve ) T
WASHINGTON, Jur cae I i ' i h ; |
‘ I IN; ¢ ) l ne i i D sion on trauc, and Acheson added The ‘ i the Co nission”™ | : 1 ,
A WARNING that Russia was thre ng the | step 0 )) par lar the liberalisation of] lution to the problem hic} econ ion opened, promi:ed | work be eaten away by RUST when
s atening the United | 4 ba aie t |
states natural rubber supplies marked the start of Benatar". Senn ot sore H rae jeu Import policy towards} struct the achievement of a HAL AROSE COREE ONT: | you can avoid it so easily with |
hearings today on the future of the Government's synthetic | ovr, 200.000 ( iermany, will probably oceupy | peac not impossible inated under the Nationalist res | |
_ rubber industry. Senator Lyd ' nthetic) of the onstruction ( the first week or so of discus-| We are, I believe, well en yime wsked to leave the « | :
ae i ator Lydon Johnson (Dem-~} por ition estimated fons, according to usually well-|on the path to solutior ference room
' ocr it, Texas) Chairman of . 4 |
I Senat Ay i Sery apt oe —Reuter nformed quarters Mr Acneson saia that } lhe nerican Chairman
> Armed Services Sub-com- Discussions on the yaymen lieved tt > was eder { | tt |
Ss The Gulf Stream |. said that not since Peari ; t paymn lieved there was no precede Mi Hudso ruled ‘ }
rn ; . : en eee eee it suld probably have to wait} history for as such conside oxul ¢ of order |
? ad the {fee world 1 | , : ar ae > |
) f natur be an Fe F Y 7 at decisions had be achievement in the way followed Mr. K
Responsible ? | supp ivent Coe bee: : SUICIDE reached Paris on the née land ing collective defence a | sk the onl ne of 141 }
. | He ‘ é isible peri lurepcan Payments’ Union (EPU taken place in the few monthe«| f ‘ |
OTTAWA, June 6. | ! ue that Communist cont Y é \nglo-German negotiations wer: f the North Atlantic 7 ty ¢ : |

Canadian and American scien-}©F Communist. capture of South- A 7 130 tht bed M ig E le 1 EPU eee ° he Yorth . lantic ‘Trea wer i
tasts will this month try to de-| €45! Asia, source of 96 per cer ra ¢ vote a P yf « ‘be tint stan a CHROMA I E PRIMER
termine, among other things, | ‘ e world’s natural rubber - =e vine ape pres samen
whether the Gulf Stream is really | SUP! not impossible,” i rOKYO, J
responsible for Fs gland’s int i be reckoned with in policy Yoshine ahone Sl iP. Kh i] y y Dp > | A
climate and for making Irelar paecisio about synthetic rubber ears, committed suicice J C C "4 [ AR I ropagant a s Apply « coat of th modern metal
flelds so pre@n, Canadian Naval! —KReuter jumping into a river, the _y ‘ ; | : ;
headquarters here and the Hydro- paper Michichi Shimun reported DOWN ON k 1¢ TAL ! I } M t 7 primer; finish f one f the
gtaphic Office of the United Statce Yo. 8 to-day 4 Navy in Washington anno ! ( l S h ] She was healthy until TeW r coiour ana get abou
last night that seven i wir S Cc 00 days ago when. the fear tl DISCRIMINA‘1 ION SEN EY A aE
States and Canadian hi j might become a burden to ‘ 4 Mi ! | Y ay Delegate to the e rust
thake the joint survey May Be 77-year-old son after hi ‘ » on Commission for Euro; |

Dr. R. H. Fleming, of the death Avorried her “Secregation Is Unconstitutional Ie il aGrevenig toon Paint is much cheaper than new
Hydrographic Office the O tl ] —Reuter cf 4 ¢ pide etl
scientist Pa crea. ullawec WASHINGTON, June 5 ended the same classes a ‘ : ere : galvanized sheets.
comprises 360 men. including 50} The United States Supreme students, but the two race e .
civilian scientists 1e expedition Read B d Li 1 Ce , ag three a a te 4 ir “diffe rent ro ; I As rour Dealer fc particular I
Will survey about 1,590 mile et arene Truman Signs a ial egregation _ assroorm sae | a a ak 17 Peers Fen are .
ocean in the threeweck SINGAPORE, June 5 i ye th -

tE, Jun Amer ‘ ase a apply to
oe to-day re Readers af the Singa- Foreign Aid Bill | Tha rt forbade segregation manded te te lita h epi
e survey is la pore Chinese Girls’ High Schoo: tudents at the Univer- law school t ,

“operation cabot”. aft Join) has been asked to give a reason WASHINGTON, J 5 sit ahoma, it oodal ed found ih at ne ; ,

Cabot who first encountered the; why the school should not be President Truman t Te mit negre ie negroe et " | S ’ )
stream in 1897. Since then th eclared an unlawful orgar -| the $3,121,450,000 F A rai w schor ; eye i : enln line GARDINER AUSTIN & CO ’ LTL ‘

behaviour of the strean s baf- r ter banned Comr t] Authorisation Bill whic of negr« to the hoo y

fled seafarers. Main rp t papers an literature idl} tior five prograr i ' In the dining cast ( al : Bridgetown sole Agen
survey will be to examine why,; been discovered in a week-end] wide includ r| OF on case, Mr. G. W. declare that t

in recent ye G ra on the premise the thir ear operat lar- | a negro attending tt Violated a sect f EF. ( r ' i ) j Tee {iI Wt

has been found to mea wide-| Similar actior vas taker t| st A Europe da start} gr ols of the Unive State Commerce Act | HAAMLUEVUERUEUNLUVL EYEE {TATU Hill HALAL (HNIWUNHEY !

ly between Cape Hatte North | week with the Singapore Chine | € t fo »po | é egre i hit in indue f

Carolina, and the tail of the Gri Boys’ High School |. kwar ae al able prejudic to any , } {

Banks, Newfoundland —Reuter ! —Reuter | —Reuter.. He and 23 other negroes at» using railway Reuter it «Reuter





PAGE TWO ’

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

—~1l: ASCOT

TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1950

and







Men Buy
More

Miranda—10

























Longchamp Also Ran — hicss Gor AE etek acd
March 1949 men’s clothing sales |
, ‘3 nave risen far more steeply than
By Eileen Asecroft those of women =
One male hat shop reports sale
jf, SCOP dre this season lined throughout with whit of 43 British Stetsons in une day
fa romise to outsh'ne Long- taffeta to give it a st ff appear recently and that genera! hat
' p Paris fashions were ance. It is finished with blac! sales are up 10 p.c. on last car
be their best when racing silk braid and a pure silk knotted E Twe've-guinea tartan dine!
cpened last week at Longchamp, sash jackets had to be withdrawn fron The other little people need no near his cottage when a fierce squall
fc erly one of the most elegant Last-minute choice of Aso« one shop window as the ru 9 second warnitig when they see the catches him and forces him tc
ion parades of the.year. Even outfits is now be'ng made for the buyers was exceeding the supply size of the approaching clouds. shelter behind a large tree, whil
male passer-by in the picture meeting on June 13, 14 and 15 Male snob appeal is being ttl They take to their heels and scam- the wind whistles and great flake:
the right looks a little startled Most women are choosing simple vated by a new range of per off in different directions, each of sow swirl around him. “ This
he combination of beach tailored styles, Which wil look silk ties, , handkerchief \ trying to find the shortese way to is bad,” he moans. with his teeth
mdals and enormou picture goo’ in sunshine or showers and searves called “Our Heri | his own home. Rupert has the sha erg Let's hope # will
Unsuitable, th an be adapted with a large or All bear coats-of-arms of 1e | furthest to go, and he is nowhere b short_storm.
i'ored costume handbag Y hat to the weather of cur oldest famities na : ,
On the left are two of th Vven Leigh will make her sold with a leaflet giving a trie CRYPTOQUOTE—Here's how to work its
s mple outfits which should mak* scle ticn from Hardy Amies thi history of the arms and the ! AXYDLBAAXR
As-ot 1950 one of the smartest we She has already seen ef the man who origina! is LONGFELLOW
race meetings ever. Both have stra tht navy, chiffon, made of ried them in historical battle 4 | One letter simply stands for another. In this example A 19 used
ored lines, reieved by glain- nari ww vertical box-pleating over Aan, SOR FOR Seo pres ee for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apos-
re aes y ny ja sot sf ia . a tian ni oe a ee ee eae Ps vow | trophies, the leggth and formation of the words are all hints.
ori Dress on the right is of sati with cut-out embroidery British Colour Counc’l shades Each day the cW@e letters are different.
pearl grey cotton embroidered wer ed in bugle beads, and for 1950 masculine apparel. . | Cryptogram
vith white flowers, with stiffened blur starred champagne-coloured Jungle Wine, Riviera Mist, Pa!r | a - qaneee
utting side pockets. The other cura»), box-pleated with a square Peach Beige, ae ee Isis F Y¥MSCBOFIJ TMGK FBT LIFKO.
nble is of black and white vokr and large blue sash ii si , baie Green and Harvest hite? | /
pin-checked French rayon “crepe, E. Ss. LONGOMAME=_Spniole..wit i.8.8 KCTM FIM TODDMIMBK KXOBLH—
-- —_—-—~ , SOSMIV.,
An Armchair Starting in July Tennis Blues | SKELETON Yesteyday’s Cryptoquote: EACH SUCCEEDING DAY IS THE
PUPIL OF ITS PREDECESSOR—PUBLILIUS SYRUS.
Fe XHE Police Force showed their N R. and Mrs. Frankie Mayers. 7VAPTAIN of the Oxiord team CROSSWORD
\ gratitude to Lord Baldwin & and = their two children, “4 that beat Cambridge at lawn
by presenting him with an arm- after three weeks’ holiday in Bar ennis recently is Frank Mott-
chair It was due to his efforts bacos have returned to Trinidad. Trille from Munro College
they received increases in salaries Jamaica. Eighteen months ago
which were long talked about and Touching on the subject of je defeated John Horn, now
long overdue Water Polo, he was a member of » Davis Cup trainee, Frank
Lord Baldwin must indeed have the Trinidad team which toured :. one of the youngest
been pleased at the very smart Baroados in January 1949, he told stains. the Dark dius have
; Guard of Honour” the last he Carib that he hoped that the ee et ae . :
ASCOT.—tTailored lines give the 1950 “simple look inspected at 6.15 on June 3rd. It Trinidad Water Polo Season would ee Stee His team, |


































































































of Grenada since 1945, before
that time she was a school teacher
She told Carib, that her sister
Lucille will be coming to Barbados

for two weeks in July.

specially
Governor was leaving,
“Country Road’









and
rest

Garner Francis’ latest and
Francis painted this picture
when he heard that the
It is called
a typical scene of

Montreal Hospital, and during her
training she was attached to the
same hospital
daughter Gwen,

Gwen was supposed to have-ar-

as the Moores’






Reserved Seats

Thursday 29th June



SL50 & 81.00 ©



with George Sanders,
Richard Green

THURS. NIGHT at 8.30
“CARACAS NIGHT”
(On Stage)

















A REMINDER

Local Talent Audition Sunday, June 11th,
at 9.30 am.

,.) Antigua’s dry weather at this time rived to meet Miss Gower-Rees at
A leafless tree laden Seawell, but due to the change in
asites and low lying hills flights, she was held up in Antigua.

Miss Hannays who is the daugl
ter of Hon'ble L. C








tof the year

Hannays, K.C . with pi

. 1 . > ree er |
——— will be recalled Lord Baldwin be starting sometime in July. As ee ea wae copie |
once ignored a “Guard of Honour regards inidad sending Me ane aca ee : } sa
e e outside the Court House at the Wat Team here later “his ea Au ealtan south ane
opening of the Legislative Council. year, he said it was a bit steele | . 4
“ Su iia Shen nes” : ee ; | re breathing easily — thanks to
_, Music by the Police Band nearly say anything abc Founded New Party ‘a-tro-nol! Just a few drops up
his la ecasion as the Earl strode put he hoped that th WW | each nostril shrinks
through the columns of uniformed’ possible R. G. A. THOMPSON, Mrs swollen membrazes, VICKS \ Ly
; men was the P = OF AN- ; ‘ Tees : .
, , ; : ° ri SUA P ben oe a . 50 D Ti and “their two | relieves stuffiness.
EVERAL B.W.1A. flights were Baldwin Will Always TIGUA. BY “S. SUCK Wie 8g . : childr ft Z nia for England | Prevents many colds o
’ he parting Governor was respon- ike A ajans 8 8 | oe s
delayed yesterday due to the B b d persng Was Fores ol ss ‘Gascogne.” Dr if used in time. <
ceathant’ “Taare 10.05 ai e Remembere sible for bringing our Captain or Ss zascogne, r. ‘ | ‘
Bs piri 3 Sinead A ham aba a can TIN’S pularity C. E. Raiso / sua. The An- 4S. C. A. S. Hynam as” k is an Antiguan who has CLUES ACROSS
we ORD ALDWIN’S popularity C. E. Raison to Antigua he An ’ 1 |
fis ht ee: + raed: ane “ a L in } ti 1a will brads be Police Band are a remark- I £ ame ng the large crowd ai been practising medicine in Bir- ; Sue aeaeines “enti anh be
Pe eae a _ por ti id »membered The most popular able credit to their fort-night’s the wharf at St. John’s, Ar mingham for many years. He " ‘shut. SSS Sa a
3 nt Fa > Hp Na: ¢ aes * - : name at the christening font | training She was there to see her six months vacation in 9. Ie (it the only creature vo i
: y NO. ne ee -continies tot VER and v off to England on the S.S s- Antiqua during which time he meer : \
weather the aircraft was not able [OUtt"not forget 8 months old Oli- From Shoe-repairer Suiae® | Altea & Geet duc at feuded a new party known a| (if Cur © Ouciame: }) AQUATIC CLUD CENEMA (Members Only)
to land at either Martinique or vette, daughter of faithful Charles To Baronet Mr. Hynam’ nape will was aken The Pe ples Progressive Party. 12. An Edgar Allan letter in verse ' TONIGHT, AT 8.30
St. Lucia, as was scheduled, ana Joceph, the gardener with whom niiasotincges up with ic activities ; < ternal oe pas haath time in | Warner Bros.’ Happy New Hit :
had to come direct from Guade- Jord Baldwin strolled on the OMES “the story trom. the like all ar ie a keen Trinidad Athletes Leave * the War Department. ud ”
loupe to Barbados grounds of Government House al- County’ of Cheshire that Cricketer and hop see some 15. Sticky snares, THE LADY TAKES A SAILOR
Fi Ye In Agricul most every afternoon. Charles thirty-five-year-old Garnet Wolse- of the forthcon Matches, iY R. Wilfred Tull, Mr. Charles] 16. Ethereal number ? | ‘
oe : a rr roe ture bas the Earl nied Bowers: bat ley, a $15.40 per week shoe- Mr. Hynam will be met at Pad- i Prince and |Mr. Hamilton on See oe eae’ . . . then the fun begins !
. Donald “Joe vayne, son somehow the droughts prevented yenairer is likely to be the next dington Station by his brother § members of the Trini- an aa oe some Cama Starring JANE WYMAN and DENNIS MORGAN
of: Mr. and Mrs. John Layne eps ee aaa monet Sir Garnet Wolseley. Winston (Pony) who, by the way, @@4 tabulary, returned home ; ae ereenerne < Soars |} with EVE ARDEN
of Black Rock, who has just com- 4nce at Governn ou From shoe-repairer to Baron-t recently had another addition to ¥* evening by B.W.1.A." 1. Hat of the Gentiles ? ‘ Directed by MICHAEL CURTIZ
pleted his first yeal in Agriculture, A Mahogany Box should be some experience. Garnet his family, a second daughter. ® ‘ing part in the Barbados 2. Thowgs soperentiy damaged. ) eee —— ALSO —— f
at_ McDonald College and. came has just been informed by the yirs. Hynam who arrived from Police Sports and the two-day] ,. arian, as eee BRITISH NEWS : West Indies loosen up at Lord’s
os Sa iA siase, is Pais a eral BAND “Hell's Gate” pre- Lr ee et F saree, ( — Antigua on Sunday with her little Imtere« —— oo and ag 5 * ‘author of a “12.” International Football England’s Win
Summer ylidays experiencing . j faldv v : 00 ) rite S aristocracy anc ‘ . - > ne: saens Spor Meet at ensington Ova IES "
farm life on a large mechanical ein d Lord B iidwin with a landed gentry), that he is almost daughter ie By spend = veral â„¢ CLUES DOWN WEDNESDAY AT 5.00 and 8.30 P.M.
at ere ara ey Mahogany Box They shall al- certain to be the next Sir Garnet months at Woodside Gardens On Sick L 1. Royal barge, for example? |{ THURSDAY NIGHT AT 8.30
Ddgie® Koa ae many friends “® FEPRaMye! him by all the Wolseley of Mount Wolseley, Car- while he is in England, and pos- n sic eave | %. ert at Seer cance JOHN GARFIELD -i- GERALDINE FITZGERALD
in Canada, and is quite at home pnentis? ‘istance he gave them. Jow, Eire, 12th baronet and senior S!b1) ms PS WE ny her MONG recent arrivals from ° oe eree for ee rae in Warner's
cee, "hey recently completed a concert member of the Irish Branch of one here before returning to Antigua. Sritish Guiana is | Mr 5. Give “9 Across” a penny for | }) “NOBODY LIVES FOREVER”
tour in St. Kitts The Earl was of that nation’s oldest families New Nove! Richter Fung, a Dental Technician 6 Sar apa cient aoa ae! { Ss
. ° tanding nm Haine The - . . - suc By ¢ . 4s 3. For the Great Bed o! fare? SSS ————— —
Returning June 10th standing for three juarters of an / The Geath of the 1]th baronet of New Amsterdam, Berbice. He (two words). Sewnscieeneeneen a a
hour at the end of the pier wait- who died this year, started a ele eadine 5 he’ sick leave 8. With one more letter tt might
R. Basil W. R. Lyon, Special 18 for the launch to take him to World wide search for the next of UST published in London by the : he re on two months sic puea | give atmosphere. PL — THREE DAYS ONLY —
Representative of |Puerto te SS. Gascogne, and “Hell’s kin. There were several claimants, Hogarth Press is “A Morning 2”d is staying at Crystal Waters,| 9. Fae Pha jobe tee ae eho AZA Tues., Wed., Thurs. 5 & 8.30 p.m.
ain = 7 sikerids Pcie anes Gate” which was just thumping but a letter from Garnet’s mother at the Office’? a novel whose Worthing Mr. Fung has tho don’t mind getting into hot PARAMOUNT’S GREATEST DOUBLE-BILL!
need “alate re PETE OL La dully outside the gates near the to Debrett's revealed the survival scene ig set in Port of Spain, @rothers who are Dental Surgeons ‘i eee f ; 1ST IRVING BERLIN’S....
ree eee ‘i ad eran pier (having already played “God of a line of Wolseleys which was Trinidad. The author is Fdgar With pratices in B.G. ' thely protesione ee BLUE SKIES Color By Technicolor !
ere overnight, due to unfavour- pe with you till we meet again”) hitherto believed to have died out Mittelholzer who was born in ‘ 18, Ownership of @ letter in “21.” an me ae Bing Crosby — Fred Astaire
oT weather in od vs ia - were invited within and provided last century. British Guiana of Swiss-German Yorkshireman | 1\. It's disposed of im tea-tents. sme ETS: cue
wi e going to Trinidad today a programme to while away the Garnet was in the army during ae F tar dithb ateaithiie R. Norman Wright, a York- f Ww . 7 ’ 4) .
and returning to Barbados on time until finally amidst loud the war. If there is any cash with ae Tie hie: ase a serait LL. shive man whores. beens) @ Solution on Page 3 HISPERING SMITH
June 10th cheers at 7.30 on June 3rd, the the title he would like to-go {4 England in 1948. The theme ing in Trinidad for about two Alan LADD. Te SBpenia Thre
Mr. Lyon is touring the Carib- launch stole away from the shores abroad, if only to go back to An- of ie” sresent novel is the inter- nar arrived over the week-end . as — Brenda MARSHALL
bean to gét as much information of Antigua with the Rt. Hon. the Zio and visit the old beachhead. ‘ast re sete ee 1 racial iv : from Trit idad to spend ten days ae i
about edch i$land as he can, so as Earl Baldwin of Bewdley He is a bachelor and intends to P bat Silas a os Naat Bora Ani Peake View Hotel He i | SSS eT
nat “- s in a sma yut variegated com- < ced . S|
to encourage American Tourists Ei s tera ee , an oil driller in South Trinidad
ae ight Pictures munity a Soi a }
who come~to Puerto Rico and ° ’ ° (The Garden) ST JAMES
wish to go-farther South after , For Sister’s Wedding ACTIVE KIDNEY : : :
1 ; ORD BALDWIN greatly en- i $s ast Show TONIGHT — 8.20
Sues the 9 maa Snes NP i; couraged the eapesaien of ISS Julieta Mirabal who left @ e “Willian BYTHE SN Ret a tae ae
some to the West Indies bes Steere? et ars 7 we 3 ' am E 2 o ° Alan LADD
aoe ed BWIA. call. theré the Antigua Art Group. At his on Saturday by B.W.I1.A. KEEP You W A PARAMOUNT DOUBLE :
Seni teel tha ce ‘hae eae san invitation the Art Group were en- has gone to Venezuela to be pres- a . - 3 — - -
ite a tourist trade hatwesn tertained to a lecture at Govern- ent for her sister’s wedding to | Nature’s filters may need help MONOGRAMS “ACTION “pouste kbar taal aeeaemanay
Puerto ‘Rico and the West Indies oiite ee a . ice Se oe Sic itr: aoe Ot ens | Jt IS OFTEN SURPRISING Joh M BROWN Sue
ue é . rr * when he visited and painted on Miss Julieta Mirabal ; i: | h i voinny Mack OWN in ° Jimmy WAKELY in
Sit mhacatbenerican tourists: GE ne timady thes toon Belale e Sulleta abal, who is a | a ‘ow quickly backache, lumbago, FLASHED NS’ and “PARTNERS IN THE SUNSET”
1 ‘arit fa: haviek ste ata to ee + a ht nik He visit ying mage Pechibit for hngg eG will be returning to Barbados es the common urinary SESS
a little longer on his next vis rt Group Exhibition to be held shortly and so will the newly | usorders due to sluggish kidney fanaa
in the Council Chamber at the arried couple *f i a action can be
A Course On Home Court House and he ope SNES E steerer 2 ve Letenn
E oe BGs pened the pending their honeymoon in I; p> > i | Strong, active kidn 8 safeguard
Economics Reenseisios ot eneouraged young Haxhatoe ymoon Under the Direction of | your health by aratnian coo aed ;
arusts chasing many o and harmful wastes out of the
ai : . ‘ their early stage pictures. Lord y 2 system. When kidne i
f »8Sé ans ‘ . § : a
2 okra Seat is Baldwin also opened the third After 3 Months, Holiday AP AIN RAI N inadequate and fails 0 fiter the
; ne >pé exhibition where extensive im- 1 7 or C rT lood properly, pain and di a
Education here, left yesterday by provement in talent of the Lee- a ai some FARMER, | fort frequently result, decote Last Showing 5 & 8.30 p.m.
B.W.LA, tg_attend a six weeks’ ward Islands was displayed and . CS eerves oF ar, and Afra, | Doan’s Backache Kidney Pills
course in-Home Economics at the scores of young artists’ work ap- = G, oe of Oughterson’ St AT | bring happy relief by helping to bb
University of Puerto Rico. She peared. The tremendous increase uilip, who has been spending cleanse _and stimulate the ki { BI A ”
is one of ten students who have in attendance by the public showed three months’ holiday in Montreal | filters. Grateful People ev here
héeh— chosen throughort the an interest which Lord Baldwin With relatives returned on Satur- tell noe good Doan’s Pills are.
B.W.I1., to attend this course, when had stimulated day morning by T.C.A } fone, DOA "S§ a
they obtained a United Nations _ On the eve of his departure ; | ‘Dealer for N ws
Welfare Fellowship Lord Baldwin was presented with Trained At The Same ~ Wednesday, June 7th and Thursday 8th—5 & 8.30 p.m.
Three other West Indian stu-,2 S!!t of eight pictures. “West Hospital | |B | Q°6s9959955666606- .
} ,:Indian Fruit by the Pre . PPPOE OOOO + ese “y rH ; y
dents ‘joined. her’ yesterday’ aisiodian, Fruits’ bythe President Hospital = 4 ees Pree iene BOSS OF BOOM TOW:
Seawell. They were Miss Phyllisvarket” by Cecil Adams depict- ISS_ MARY GOWER-REES I ARADE GROUND x ROW AL (Wortnings: AND
Comissiong, who arrived fromMing a scene of a poor stubborn old = arrived from Canada _ on % LAST 2 SHOWS T : a ee
Grenada on Sunday, and Misskeow being dragged through a >#turday by T.C.A. to spend two on < ty Sie ee ee "Nay 7 r oe
Gabrielle Hannays and Miss Olgaffstreet in St. John’s. “Rat Islana” Weeks with Canon P. D. W SEE THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO x 20th C-Fox D : a A NIGHI IN PARADIS 4 (
Shurland whe arrived from Trini-— by Arnold Prince which was re- Moore,. Rector of St. John, and x 20 *-Fox resents
dad yesterday ently on show at the Barbados Mrs. Moore. Mary is nurse in ¢ mis nee Pepe Cornel Wilts ape a aries eer ees
na. Coverite go hs en Sup- Ise “The Fort’ a scene charge of the infant department my -
ioaee Sas aeatie Coens ee cit mike HiT bp eens of the Western Division of the } % “FOREVER AMBER” |

EMPIRE



4 Pel tare 4 on sale at
is a Nutrition Officer with the in the distance. Other Gwen and her sister Patricia ar-

rived on Sunday by B.W.I.A

younger

Trinidad, artists who contributed were Vera

an Educa-

Health in

and Miss -Shurland, is

Department TODAY 445 & 8.30 p.m.

And Continuing



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tion Extension Officer of the stone Walling and there was a and Gwen is here on three months | 'S . 20th, C-Fox Present
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TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1950





BARBADOS



é

“Remind me in the morning to put up a notice making it clear that the 2s. 6d. trips round

the manor do not inclu’> bed and breakfast.”









The matter was raised by Mr. things they had ever done
D. Mottley. He made the motio: Having regard to the present
bat the Deanery, consisting of a cost of living it was evident that |
hree-storeyed wall dwelling- one getting the salary of the
id other outbuildings, to- Dean could scarcely afford to |
i ith 14 acres, 24 perches live in a building like the Dean. | ,
ind, being at present in the ery. On the other hand its suit- |
ession of and vested in the ability for a school was beyond |
estr f St. Michael_and/or the question, and one only had to
J Dean and Rector of St. Michael watch the hundreds of childrer
Ss now become unsuitable and being turned away from secon- |
4 expensive, due to its size, to be dary schools through lack of
ed as a home f and by the accommoedation te convince
r of the parish and Dean of himself how very desirable it
=> Michael's Cathedral was to have another secondary
: school.
Less Expensive His suggestion that the Deanery
t made «a secondary wv high
Office of Dean and Rector of chool for girls had m the
he arish i likely ta become ipproval of the Dean a wa
v shortly and the Vestry pointed out in a letter he hac writ-
siould discuss with the present ten to him, but he had not agreed
icumbent and the Bishop of Bay with the suggestion that it be |
bados, the advisability of provid- made an addition to the &t.
ing more suitable and less expen Michael's Girls’ School
tive premises to be used for and
o by the future Dean and Rector No Extra Taxes
with a view to having the present
premises used as He (Mr. Mottley) wanted to
(a) An extension to the St. be borne in mind that he was not

London Express Service



Social Welfare Sharks For Making A Million—7 Ways

‘Sunken

Treasure”’

Correspondent)

WorkersStudy

JuvenileCrime

Our Own Corresponder
KINGSTON, May 31
Juvenile Delinquency problem
in Jamaica were studied last wee!
by representatives of twenty-fiv
Social Welfare Organisations, th

Is Not One

(From Advocate
KINGSTON, May 31,
Kingswood Films began con-
truction of the set for undersea
shots in their first film in Jamai-

Would you like to be







Children’s Authority, a Govern— ca the “Sunken Treasure” this be.

ment nominatéd Board hich week. Upon completion in about

administers Juvenile after-care 4 week’s time, production will ctrl ete Dict edehilacselapelee- eb rerscnto
the Probation Service, the Board: pommence.

of ens ‘ek ona ae Location is thé Municipal y e

POO! elief im the Island, Mic : 5 ' “ ee

aha irctisted Teachers’ Train Bathing Pool at the Bourngmouth Chemical

Beach Club, Kingston.

vomen and



ing Colleges, two police



everal other persons interestec The script calls for divers en- . |.
b ihe cata of ¥ Sake 7 countering live sharks and octopi Tro ue 10n
io ie Ser ely so ponsored and fighting them under water

1 as spons in
adgpnised by the Central Cour Ree utc ten: Sitio Ban ift d
of Voluntary Social Services ar. being taken fron Jamaican L e

fishermen by Kingswood









enue was the campus of the
University College of the We i aaa BONN, June 5.
indies Production of certain chemicals
In all discussions ~ h Sieve R ey l and électro-technical apparatus,
the lectures en, the conterenc hitherto prohibited or subject to
held the view that more coul egiona a special” Allied control, will be
be done for Juvenile Delinquenc R h Bod allowed in future by the West
if greater attention was directe: German Government, the Allied
towards preventive work among esearc y High Commission stated here to-
children and adults, than, the « %/ ak day.
tablishment of institutions for MayBeFormed The Military Security Office is
punishment or long-term care : retaining direct control over only
Among lecturers mates. His (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) a few chemicals, such as war
Honour Mr Co. ae Henrique: materials, certain components for
Resident Magistrate and Chair- KINGSTON, May 31. rocket manufacture and certain
man of the Juvenile Authority-- The establishment of a Regional war gas chemicals.
the Jamaica Children’s Court— Research Organisation under 4 Manufacture of chlorides is

and Dr. K. C, Royes, Government pirector, who would be responsi- henceforth freed from occupation






Psychiatrist ble to the Colonial Office or tv authorities control. ;
a Federal Government in the ee Porcine of Tone in-
event of a Caribbean Federation, “ustrial explosives and their com-

WOOL TALKS and a new systern of land settle- ponents is henceforth freed

ment that would put the settler Poison gas chemicals for peace
MONTEVIDEO, June 5 m agriculturally developed land time use, white phosphorus, liquid
The Uruguayan Rural Federa- ere among the main recommend- and ammunition “ internal
tion is making a bid for the re- jtions made by the conference of fone at an LA oH _ Sport

sumption of wool shipments to 3ritish West Indian Directors of #V® also been decontrol

3ritain which were virtually sus- Agriculture held in Jamaica las)











Most of tnese materials can be
pended since the last war It is week freely imported and exported.
understood that negotiations fo! Alterations in plants for the
the sale of Uruguayan wool to Mr. Geoffr Clay, Agricul- manufacture of these goods must
Britain will be carried out in the tural Adviser to the Secretary however still be authorised by
Uruguayan Embassy in Lond of State for the Colonies, whe the Military Security Board. Ger-
PI ntly Inited States are presided at this conference, an- man factories are henceforth per-
the Uruguayan principal wool cus- nounced these recommendations mitted to produce without special
tomers on Monds He said that the licence radio transmitters, radio

—Reuter more specialised research could navigation apparatus or under-

not be undertaken by the individ- pean | eS ee end = as

+ ual territoriés as they did not sound echo devices provided an
UNEMPLO YMENT have the means and would be exact description of the goods pro-

in the work by the duced is deposited with the Mili-































\ hampered
DROPS IN U.S. limitations of their budget. tary Board.—Reuter
. iS | Tt was intended, he said, that
WASHINGTON, June Baty nisation would augment i
Increased’ employme im: fan | pplement the work being ' , °67/] fi
nd factor in NW } re in the individual territories Senator Un il
ate unemploymen 0} matters of livestock and e 99
600—the lowest since APTI) aeronomic research For Office
e Ce is Bureau reported. |
ber of pe ns with jobs| Commenting on the conference, Charge U.S. Veterans
in M 9,731,000 the high- Clay said that he was very a
est since August 1949 5 ith tt outcome and WASHINGTON, June
eee impressed with the full and = American éx-servicersen hav
ris Be: jae xchange of that had demanded the impeachicent at
raracterised the proceedings. Repul lican Senato ent R
| He was struck with the need for we Carthy whose acé ti af
ins ee }regional research in_ livestock Communism against State Dep
J | breering well as the art, ment members have cau
ather than the science of breed- national controversy
jing that Jamaica has demon- 7
a | The Planning Comn
mm Ar S-1) ica has tried,, he said, American Veterans o
Bm) st % extre s in breeds and had drew up an 800 word
iol (. Bg, -y . <, | reed on the Channel ation of Senztor Me C
} s ' a! sal Isiands breeds as the answer to cusing him of oral n
their search for a dairy cow that and of being “uniit for ofc
would be able to adapt itself to The group claimed that “ic Carih)

c

ropical conditions

| and produce
{© onomieally.

i

|

had degraded the Senate and had
done “more than any other Ameri-






















F : can force to kring world scorn,
i ‘ The Kegional Organisation, Mt. domestic oblique, and general dis-
Le io (DONS | Slay added, would concentrate grace on the Senate—Reuter.
ge tag el” on the breeding, feeding and
| inagement of livestock and the
Stop Pyorrhea and is netical side of both plant and "
| anime f
Trench Mouth =—_ | snimat ht WEST WANTS FEDERAL
1 The f the operation of
in 24 Hours Phe of
Bleeding gums, sore mouth, 0: the organisation, the Agricultural POLICE FORCE
teeth mean that you are a n t riser id ould most likely $s
es ch Mouth, or some ba a a re ‘ , . in os :
Ghat Sr seeaha ase 9 may from C.D, Be W. fate BONN, June 3
your teeth and have to wear false index the curren: policy of GD. The Allied High Cormm ner
ar these mouth | reife & W. putting up 50 per cent. of have referred a request by tl!
ough e 4 so thal now the cavite ay scaly darfean s : ‘ : : 3
EO at four oul of every fi he capital outlay of such schemes West German Government for th
are sufferers sooner or jater. Be nd subsequent maintenance of

formation of a Federal Poli

Force to their respective Govern-
ments, it was officially announccd
here today.

time and stop thesé diseases befo
too late, because they often cause
the losa of t , but also chronic rt
tism and heart trouble

y Saves Teeth



recurrent expenses

With regard to land settlement,
the conference agreed and has
| recommended that capital expend-
|







4,
It is correct, the statement said,

rerican t ubhie = ly : ,
1 | iture Hich is normally used for . 8 ate
social development on land set- that the West German Govern-
tlements be used in the future ent has felt some concern abou

for the its own prestige and security and
has made representations to
High Commission regarding th

raising of a Federal Police Fores

devélopment of the land

th

Three Injured



Catherine Small and Norr
Jones of Christ Church r
Eustace Downes of St. Phil
were yesterday injured whe
they were involved in an acc
dent on Binfield Road Je



ho was d



think the opportunities are no longer

nad happened



Just Sitting And Waiting

Of Them

(From FREDERICK COOK)

NEW YORK,
a millionaire? Perhaps you
there, as they used to

‘Seven people would disagree with you. They think—
on the basis of their own lives—that it can still be done

Millionaire No. 1, Conrad Hilton
(the man who bought the Waldorf
and whose son married Elizabeth
Taylor, the film actress), says the



trick is Originality of Thought,

seeing a chance and seizing it.
His story: “I was a_ banker's

son. One day I went down to

Cisco, Texas,
I had my
my pocket
the owner

to buy a small bank.
life savings, $5,000, in
When I got there,
asked a lot more
“That
hotel ar

night I
told

sat in the local
the owner, what
It was a ramshackle
place The owner who was
also his own manager, asked me
if I would give him my $5000 for
his hotel. I bought it on the spot.

That was the start of the Hilton
Hotels chain. And the bank—it
went broke!”

Millionaire No. 2, R. N. Harris,
says the secret these days is not



just having a good product, It
lies in advertising what you have

Mr. Harris cevised a scheme
for home permanent wave sets
“IT advertised my first kit by
mail, and all I got was six re-
plies, I tramped from shop to
shop and gave them a_ personal
sales talk. That did no good
either Ij had to be newspaper
advertising, on a big scale. The
moment we started that we suc-
ceeded.’

Harri retired” at 33. He sold
é6ut to the Gillette Company for
$20,000,000. Now, at 35, he is a
Gillette director—still in charge
of promotion

Millionaire No. $3 Henry T
Kaiser, thinks it i vision that
does it. “You need a. life-
work that keeps you _ forever
growing,” is the way he puts it

Kaiser started in a small pho-
tographiec shop Then he sold
hardware He branched out into
and ar gravel, from that into
bridge-building tunnel-building,
road-building. He has built dams,

ink nines, produced finished

el, and entered the competitive
U.S ar industry Today he sit
‘ 17 boards of director

Semething Different’

Millionaire

ays nobody

Jolson,

No. 4, Al
I off

hould be put
neon
before
I ay from
muinst
there

ninstre! be





have to

fore But you
ing better than the chs

e before Touct t
improve it, find something ciffer-
to offer. In the field of sho

that just adds up to

you

ent



busines
original.



an

Not For Waiting
No Howard
roadsiat

Millionaire 5,
Johnson, of a
restaurant chain ays
not t
started
recipe

owner
should
conservative He
with nothing but
making icecream

you

too

out
for

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counters possible ind
the opening of the very first
place J just forced my-
p on growing. Believe
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ar But I came

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thing he has ever noticed
coming to such men, he says, is
and drearr and old age
is the Tunney
ere t used all the
force as in me, I
t ! up as a fire-
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fighting da Tunney went on to
be . yerous businessmar
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Millionaire No. 7, J. Howard
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ADVOCATE



Vestry Want Deanery |
For Girls’ School
Upkeep of Building Too Expensive
Vestry Awaits Legal Advice

THE VESTRY of St. Michael yesterday agreed
that the Deanery should used

* In prin-

be as a secondary

ciple '
3 chool fer girls. The Vestry will take no action, however, |

until they get degal opinion as to their position









Michael’s Girls’ School, or asking that the taxpayers of the







b) Another much needed Se parish be further taxed for the
ondary or High Schoo) for purpose of providing this school
girls What he had in mind was that

the Central Government be al-
Mr. Mottley suica that curing tne lowed to take over the Déanery
discussion this year of the esti- to be used as a secondary school
mates, when they were prepariny for girls, and they provide a suit-
the sum to be expended on pa able building for the Rector of the
rochial property he drew it to the parish. If this could be arranged

tentic of the Vestry that it he did not see how it could fail to
eemed unnecessary to go on re. meet the approval of every one

pairing the Deanery because it wa
too big and its upkeep to
expensive

Agreed Entirely
A. S. Bryden said that he

really

Mr

A glance at the records woul agreed entirely with Mr, Mottley
show that for a period of 10 year. but suggested that before any de-
including the provision .for ex- cision be reached, further consid-
penditure this year, they woul: eration of his motion be postponed

until they obtained legal opinion
as to what was their position.
Other members as well ex-
pressed agreement with Mr. Mott-
ley’s suggestion, pointing out that
the Deanery was an ideal spot for

have spent the amount of $5,482.8¢
uite a tidy sum

Who Are The Owners ?
There had been some mirunder-

standing as to who were th




owners of the Deanery, but a per- % Secondary school. The Vestry
‘1 of the Minutes of the Vestry decided, however, to accept the
1856 showed that the Vestry by SU8gestion of Mr. Bryden in post-

Act of legislation had obtained poning further discussion until

loan of £3,000 for the purpose legal opinion could be obtained

Che title deeds were in the name
of the then vestrymen and Recto:

Chairman of the Vestry. Nev
ertheless he felt that in regard t&
a change as that he was suggestin
they should discuss it with the
Lord Bishop and the present Rec
tor. He knew they would be 100
per cent behind the idea of havin
a smaller and more suitable house
f the Rector of the parish and

Maximum Salary

T. W. Miller
yesterday

Mr
tion

made the mo-
that all employees

given 15 or more year arvice to
the parish, be put to the maximum
f{ their salary scale as had been
done at a previous meeting of the
Vestry

This motion will be discussed at





the Deanery to be used for edu~ the next meeting of the Vestry.
cational purposes The Vestry adopted the report
‘ ‘ of the Commissioners of Health
Secondary School relative to acquiring land at the
re corner of Eagle Hall for a district
This matter of another secon-

market
dary school for girls was important

to the entire community, The Mr. F. k. C, Bethell was ap-
Vestry had on record that they pointed to fill a temporary vacancy
had already provided the St on the Board of the Westbury
Michael's Girls’ School, and what- Cefmétery Commtssionéts and Mr.
ever might be said about them H. A. Tudor to fill a similar va-
that would go down in posterity as cancy on the Board of Trustees to

one of the most commendable Harrison CoNnege



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) year ince it was closed Much ot it has long = ~ \ i ON,” BRIAR, MAYFAIR AND EVERDRY )
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wetting left far behind Fruit For NZ | .
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With the price of ecWfee—-still the (From Our Own Correspondent ie re ES
fare i peo Pgh ei ie tes KINGSTON, May 31 | (oe PPPOE EEA POO OTT %
a ae paenes Agsyres - paeta New Zealand is to take 100,000 | 3 %
firms here are launching million- boxes of Jamaica citrus this year |* %
dollar campaigns to boost sales. 7eike petween the Jamaica Citrus | % %
And they are succeeding, al- Growers’ Association and repre-| _ 'a‘ *
though tea still lags far behind sentatives of the Dominion’s Fresh | % 4 oO r B D My, ss
coffee in the American home, and Fruit Trade ended in Kingstor 3 x
consumption is minute compared last week in an agreement be | 4 r r , 14) *
with that in Britain . tween the C.G.A. and the firm 1% STL Rp» SHOR %
represented for the supply of thir | 4 x
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Arrangements have heen mad in Brown <2 Black es
In the three years 1946—48 giready to ensure that shippi. } Sizes it- ~B, S0.m8 S
Britons consumed an average 7.61) will be ovate to wate the tec | Sizés 2- 5 %
of tea each a year In 1946 to New Zealand w ere it ace’ | ' *
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A trade spokesman said. “There Be Locally Made , Also Received : SHOE POLISH 10c, per Tin R
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tating to ioe In Me the tota (From Our Qwn Correspondent | SUEDE CLEANER in Black or Brown 1 x
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Britain in the same r took Unilever soaps will shortly _b« % S
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BARBADOS €4 ADVOCATE

Pubitaned by th. Acvocate Co. ita, 34, Sroad Bi, Briaaewws

1950



Tuesday, June 6,

DAIRIES

AS A RESULT of Regulations made by
the Vestry of St. Michael all Dairies in the
City area were to have been removed by
October of last year. Dairy owners, how-
ever made representations to the Vestry
and as a result the removal date was ex-
tended to October of this year.

The Regulations reflected the attempt of
the authorities to clean up the city and to
place dairies outside the residential area.
Urfortunately however, the Regulations
did ct give the Authorities anv discretion
in orcering removal nor is any provision
made for compensation of those persons
whose means of livelihood will be brought
to an end as a result of the actions of the
local government.

While it is true that there are some
dairies which, because of too close proxim-
ity to other houses or because of insanitary
conditions should not be allowed to con-
tinue, there are also some dairies which
were developed under the supervision of
the sanitary authorities, which are situated
in arm area some distance from other houses
and which are in every respect models for
the running of dairies. Under the Regu-
lations the latter as well as the former are
scheduled for removal.



Such a policy cannot be a wise one. Bar-
bados does not have a supply of milk suffi-
ciently large to enable the island to afford
to destroy dairies which are run in an
efficient manner. The obvious solution is to
give the Director of Medical Services a
discretion in the exercise of the powers
under the Regulations and, if need be, an
appeal could lie to the Law Courts from
the decision of the Director of Medical
Services.

No time should be lost by the Vestry in
making the necessary amendments. The
dairy owners should have ample notice if
any further reprieve will be accorded to
them or whether an altogether new and
more enlightened policy will be adopted.

Dairy owners who have to seek alterna-
tive accommodation will undoubtedly have
difficulty in finding suitable places to trans-
fer their dairies and may be compelled to
sell their cows for the purpose of butcher-
ing. In such an eventuality the island will
be deprived of sources of fresh milk which
will not be easy to replace and which in
some cases could have been avoided with-
out prejudicing the health of the commun-
ity or the cleanliness of the City.



WELCOME
INFORMATION

THE Government is to be congratulated
on the pubiication of the new Civil List
revised up :o July 1949 printed by the
Advocate Co., Ltd. The new volume, the
first printed since 1939, contains useful
information which not only members of
the Service but businessmen as well as
others always want to know.

The lack: of knowledge of the various
departments of the Service and its person-
nel has been the ground in the past of
much unfounded criticism, The new List
will remove much of this. In addition it
will enable those whose business takes

' them to various departments to save time
for themselves and annoyance to busy
clerks, by calling on the personnel whom
they want.

One feature which is most valuable is
the setting out of the various statutory
Boards. The greater portion of the public
service rendered in this* island has been
on boards which at one period of our his-
tory spent more than half our total ex-
penditure,

On the whole the new List has
well compiled and its publication
tremely welcome.

been
is @x-

tyne nn

OUR READERS SAY: O I L

Parliamentary Secretary to

the Beard of Education,

London, 1937-1940; and Mem-

ber ct worliament for the
| Combined English Universi-

ties, 1945-1950.

It’ WAS a tew weeks before the
4r.vasion of Normandy in June,
1944, that the Education Act—the
| most far-reaching eyer placed on
| Ue statute book—was passed into
}ivgislation by the United King-
som Government For the sarst

}ume in british history a compre-
juiensive view was tuken of tne
cope ci e.ucation irom the

|

| \ursery School to the University,







} i. Cluding suca matters scnool-
ung, tne school medical service,
wault activities, pro-

the mentally and

handicapped.





At the same time the Act made
consiaerabie nges in the struc-
ture of the vem For example,

! fees were abolished in schools

uader the national system, and all
enildren were regarded as entitled
to seconcary education. To achieve
{ids objective the school-icaving
ee was raised to 15 (later to be
advanced to 16) and all children
row have to be allocated after
some six years of Primary Educa-
tion to one of the many forms ot
Secondary School. The number of
education authorities or local dis-
tricts has been reduced from over
300 to about 150 and the amount
of money they each receive from
the Ministry of Education has been
increased, and thus a more genuine
equality of opportunity has been



effected, No child is held back
because it happens to live in a
poor or remote district. Then

again, all teachers recéive a basic
salary of £300 a year (slightly less
for women) with additions for full
Tiniversity training and high
standards of scholarship.

Dr. Maurice Jacks, a former
headmaster and now Director of
] the Department of Education at
Oxford University, surveys in a
recent book; “Modern Trends in
Education,” some of the problems
that have arisen as a result of the
Sducation Act of 1944. He finds
himself in general sympathy with
the new horizons presented by the
reforms, but is quick to point out
the dangers that may accompany
increased control. Although he
calls his book “Modern Trends in
Education,” he is in fact attempt-
ing to face the major problems
which beset modern education in
all the free countries of the world.
Perhaps the educational system in
Britain which is in process of
transition, can throw some light on
those problems,
Parent-Teachers Associations

Britain is in the midst of ex-
panding education from a limited
number of school-years, from a
congeries of disconnected and

highly specialised parts to a life- out of practical necessities rather



BARBADOS

Modern Trends In
| Edueation

By Kenneth Lindsay

long process, uniied and continu-
ous, embracing the whole human
being body, hand and heart. This
transition involves the fullest use
of modern psychology, a freshly
equipped body of teachers, con-
stant experiment, the use of many
agencies outside the scnool-roorn,
notably parent-teachers associu-
tions which are springing up all
over the United Kingdom

Lut, aias, there are two prob-
lems in the finance and
buildings Moreover, tt!
tion has been coimplica‘e
large increase in thé
during World War II

path,

be forgotten that not ¢ i
schcol-building halted by the war,
but over 2,000 chool yere

bombed At the mo6meat ‘ic
building programme can birely
keep pace with the demand

by an increased child populatic
It is well known that the
of child development is individu!
attention; indeed, the new Ac ox
pressly refers to education
cording to age, ability amd apti-
tude,” and elsewhere says “pupils
are to be educated in accordance
with the wishes of their parents
as far as this is compatible with
efficient instruction and the
avoidance of unreasonable ex-
penditure.”




Britain has » minority of about
nine per cent. Roman Catholic
population. The State pays almost
the entire total costs of ad-
ministration in Roman Catholic
schools, but with increased build-
ing costs there is an additional
difficulty when it comes to new

schools. The supreme question,
therefore, for the Ministry of
Education is not reform, but

priority within several lines of re-
form. These are some of the
growing pains, inseparable from
carrying into practice such a far-
reaching Act in times so difficult.
Emergency Training Colleges



ADVOCATE

arene ere on

LIBERALS POPULAR

!
}

|
a BUT

1

than blue-prints. There is a con. |

stant tug-of-war between effici-| Hy
ency or tidy administration and} °
the freedom, of the individu

il
school. Dr. J&eks is conscious of 4
nu











Alan Harvey
LONDON.

» lonely and popular at the same time is

]
STILL LONELY
|



i ile 1 his | alte 7 4s aie
noel = eg’ aneae tel = ick at all for Britain’s nine Liberal members
,0OK; henc § cNné p Cé ngs - 7

. ai ” -arliament,
“Mechanization”, “Humanism” | oe
“Freedom and Control”. Everybody’ wants to be their friend. Conserv-

The English tradition, inheritea wae tl with winning speeches and Social-
from the independent schoo.s' ists go cut of their way to ke kind. Even the
(hitherto called Public Schools,| National Liberals, a small group which votes, with
such as Eton, Winchester and » Con crvatives, have invited orthodox Li erals |
Beaumont) is that the essence JO.8 ui |
of education is a personal rela- ss pded 1
tionship between teachers and Sal once-powerful party now headed
taught. This is as true of ¢ 1 at Divies, fecls strangely insecure. It di n’i
Nursery School, a Modern Sec- | ’¢2 reply % ¢ National Literals whom Davies
ondary School, or a Workers} !:8S described as the “liquorice ali-sor:s” because

: : Pah aie citeras
Education seminar. A school is,‘ ‘elt divers

regarded as a spiritual and minia-

lakels.



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of schools. Moynihan.

‘hristidn Doctrine of Personal

What happens,

Value sought after by

The names of Rousseau, Pesti-

yotes cast for Liberals at the February general
lozzi, Dewey and Margaret Mac- ee nee
: mas election.
millan (the pioneer of Nursery
Education) still mean much to

teachers in Britain. The Christian
doctrine of personal value has
been re-asserted in every enquiry

frustration. Its
electors should
represent

and report produced in modern

times. Dr. Jacks, while never) times as many seats.
underrating technical efficiency

and good administration, comes The Liberals
down definitely on the side of

the humanists.

, 7

In the last 50 years education psi
has become more and more eal t searnéat
instrument of national policy, and ;

interasted in Liberal theories than in the 2,600,000

them.

about five times as many votes, won more than 30

convinced that they still represent the ideals of ¢
great proportion of the people.

the Liberals are bound to be
persons who may perhaps be less

This is one of the party’s principal eauses of

spokesmen claim that 2,600,000
have more than nine members to
The Conservatives, with only

|
inherit a great tradition and are |

So they find it

alling to be reduced to what even their own sup- |
acknowledge to be a

ragged fringe in

|

in some countries prostituted to

But much has been accomplish-
ed. No less than 30,000 ex-Service
men and women have been train-

serve the exe
the State. Dr
ehapter entitle

lusive interests of
Jacks in a special
d “Education as a

ed as teachers in Emergency National and Social Service” has
Training Colleges. Nearly some wise words to say on the
£40,000,000 have been expended social function of the school.

on training other ex-Service men

and women for the professions. It is the bel
All the Universities are full to that children
overflowing, with an increase of Most by pract

60 per cent. on pre-war numbers.

More than 200,000 boys and girls
are experiencing part-time educa-
tion during working hours. These
young people are between the
ages of 15 and 18, which was a
veritable no-mans-land before the
war Youth clubs, Scouts and
Guides, and scores of Church and
Cadet organizations abound,
financed and assisted by the State
and Local Authorities.

Education in Britain has grown

groups to Tr
Women’s Insti
tive Unions.
these voluntar
self-governmer
expanded their
ties, in many
summer schoo
nent Colleges
with the Prim
schools, are t
of democracy

ief held in Britain
and adults learn
ising democracy in

the scores of societies from Youth

ade Unions, from
tutes to Co-opera-

It is notable that all

ry societies, where
it is the rule, have
- educational activi-
cases establishing
ls or even perma-
. These, together
ary and Secondary
he real workshops
where a sense of



social responsibility is engendered



‘Perks, Fiddles and Dodges’

have lowered the standard of British morale

MERICANS are suddenly wak-
ing up to the fact that here,
in Britain, we are all over-taxed.
In a land where millionaires are
two a penny, it
staggering surprise to them to
learn that Britain has only
3,500 people with incomes, af-
ter tax of £4,400 a year or more
and only 70 with more than
£6,000.

How, the Americans are asking,
do British businessmen keep
going when Cripps takes away
so much of their income?

Seeks an Answer

Can Britain ever stage a come-
back if initiative and brains are
hit so hard?

The business magazine ‘Fortune’
has been seeking an answer to
these questions. It arrives at
some highly provocative con-
clusions,

According co this authority, the

British businessman is living
to-day on three things—his
capital, his expense account,

and his belief in his own (and
Britain’s) future.

Those who have been accus-
tomed to large incomes have
not correspondingly lowered

their standard of living.

“They either spend capital or
enjoy what is now the first
thing asked about by any job
applicant in Britain, the
‘perks,’

comes as a’

By Bernard Harris ener

“‘Perks’ have taken a new
form; generous expense ac-
counts, an executive’s right to [t alleges that
a company car, a department other dod
head’s right to eat in the ex- about a seri
ecutive dining room, and the 3ritain’s on
URC. so 1a”

Buys Them Suits

‘Fartune’ reports that one
company buys its executives’

But Fortune
capital,

of public morals

perks,
not nearly so important as the

on the managing
icken coop for cash

that goes unreported.

Buoyed by Hope

“perks, fiddles, and
ges have brought
ous deterioration in
ce-proud standards
concludes that
and fiddles are

suits to keep them presentable. other thing that has kept the
Even small companies, it says, British businessman going—

employ landscape gardeners hope. ’

“who not only look after the Businessmen and their salaried

employees, i
up by hopes
They just
present taxe

factory rhododendrons, but also
the company chairman’s farm.”
It tells of carpenters who will not
work overtime because of the
9s, tax, but who will work on

So, in spite of
Cripps
busines
American
dent that
economic
1952, when



en

Socialism,
private busi
can pull it o

“The

are licked,

imposes on

observers
Britain

Socialists,

t says, are buoyed
of an early change.
don’t believe in
9S, and their non-

belief has kept them going
Britain’s Comeback

the burdens which
successful

these

are confi-
will regain
independence by
Marshal aid ends.

terprisers,

“The comeback of Britain,” they
say, “will not be a triumph for
but

British
which alone

for
ness,

ff.

they
longer

who know
are no

obstructing the businessman’s
recapture of a large part (not

“ , ‘
I don’t know—one does all) of his former _ social
one’s darnedest these days power.... The original

buc

nobody’s at
interested!”’

all

ing capitalisr



capitalist .country is

rediscov-
a."



—L.





jcanes, and for his wife’s curtain rods as well, to

As if that were not enough, Davies and company
have been seriously advised to pack up as a party
and become a political society. The Independent
Sunday Observer editorially advised the Liberals
to ponder .this possibility while the chance re- |
mains,

“If the Liberals chose this course,” the editorial
said, “they would keep their party organization in
being, on a modest scale, but they would no longer

|





claim to rank as a major party—or indeed as ¢ |
party at all in the ordinary sense.” |
|
They would become a political society, devoted |
to tinding, working out and promoting certain ideas
and seeking to get these adopted, either in full by
one of the other parties, or in part by both. |
|
“Their ambition would not be to form a Lib-
eral government, but to make this a Liberal |
country, The time may have come when only
through a far-seeing act of political abnegation by

the Liberal party can Liberal thought survive.”
—(C.P.)

BRITISH =BAMBOOS

IT IS well known that bamooos are a common
growth in many Eastern countries but it is rather
surprising to find them flourishing in Britain.



But they do grow there, satisfactorily, as Frederick |

Nettlingham related in a BBC programme. Many
gardeners have a clump of bamboo in their garden
and use the canes for staking other plants that
need support, but Mr. Nettlingham grows his
bamboos commercially and has started a new
British industry. He began his new business by
chance, when he picked a small bamboo stem four
inches long from a rubbish dump. It had one
little leaf and two frail and threadlike roots

Nettlingham planted it and to-day it is a clump
of over a thousand canes twelve to fifteen feet high.
The Nettlingham bamboos now cover well over two
hundred and fifty acres of ground near Bodmin in
Cornwall and are known locally as “the Cornish
jungle.” Every week as the bamboo growti
spreads Nettlingham and his assistants make new
roads and new waterways for irrigation. They have
replaced serub, bramble, nettlebed, blackthorn
and bracken by those sturdy bamboo canes, which
grow along the valley, up the hillsides and out
of sight into the woods. When men who have
served in Burma come to the Cornish Jungle they
can hardly believe their eyes and walk about
among the bamboos in a dream.



Frederick Nettlingham finds that growing and
selling these tropical canes is a profitable business.
They are chiefly in demand as plant stakes but
are also used for making fishing rods, feather
dusters, toffee apples and trolley poles, on golf
greens and in watercress beds and by school-
masters who make musical pipes from them. The
Cornish bamboos are of good quality and are
exported to most European countries and some
Commonwealth ones but Mr. Nettlingham thinks
that every sensible British gardener should grow
a clump for himself “to meet his needs for garden

say nothing of the article of correction for hi
offspring and a fishing rod as a rewar.d” ft
sounds a varied crop to come from one plant but
Mr. Nettlingham obviously knows what he is talk-
ing about,

rr

The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Government intervention
in oil affairs in Barbados seems
to have led to still more deplor-
able results.

Why should such things be done
in Barbados?

May I recount the local history
of. oil very shortly,

Oil has been produced in Bar-
bados in small quantities for very
many years.

Thirty years ago the B.U.O.C.
came and since then, at an expen-
diture of over four million dollars,
they have gained much knowledge,
mostly negative, a valuable supply
of natural gas, but no great quan-
tity of oil,

Having decided that further
exploration for oil required a v ery
costly deep drilling programme,
they set about getting leases of
oil rights throughout the Island.
They.feared that if, at great ex-
pense they put wells down two
miles or more and at length struck
oil, unless they controlled all the

ground, some pirate, standing
quietly in the background and

spending nothing on exploration

had cast covetous eyes over Bar-
bados’ oil rights and hankered
after them, but, always, of course
with good intentions.

The war intervened, but in 1946
the B.U,O.C. whose leases then
covered about 70% of the Island,
found difficulty in tying up the
rest.

In their innocence, they took
their trouble to the Barbados
Government and asked for help.
The Government suggested to the
Colonial Office that this gave an
opportunity to acquire the Island
oil rights. The Colonial Office
agreed and began to manoeuvre

In 1948 the Colonial Office sent
out an oil expert, Mr. G. W.
Lepper to “report on the desir-
“ability of vesting in the Crown
“the mineral rights in Petroleum
“and the Policy to be adopted
“thereafter for Oil Prospecting and
“Development”. He was to advise
the Governor on oil mining legis-
lation

and the subsequent issue

of licences,
In January 1949 he reported
that, in his opinion, it was

necessary, in the public interest,

might step in and drill clos: t any new oil found in Barba-
enough to their productive we'l hould be developed as a unit,
‘to tap their discovery, which great stress on the waste
would be manifestly unfair. levelopment and_ operating
Meanwhile the Colonial Office w npeting interests scrain-¢
i
~

bled for oil from the same pool.
To ensure such unit development
he advocated expropriation of oil
rights, which he expressly found
were privately owned.

He approved of the proposal
that B.U.O.C. should get Trini-
dad Leasehoids, who were fully
€quipped for the purpose, to join
With them in deep drilling explo-
ration, and recommended _ that
B.U.O.C. should be invited to
surrender their numerous existing
leases and should get in exchange

a_ Prospecting Licence in the
Model Colonial Form over the
whole Island,

He further advised that no

Licence or Lease over the bed of
the sea should be *granted until
oil had been developed on land
and there was evidence that the
productive area was likely to ex-
tend beneath the sea. He also in-
dicated certain advisable prelim-
inary enquiries before making any
such grant, to protect fishing and
navigation.

No one can question Mr, Lep-
per’s professional competence
though some may think that he
went further down the political
road than practical considerations
required. But he was in a diffi-
cult position, in view of his in-
structions

The Lepper Report was accept-

able to Government because

though it demolished the official
claim to oil rights, it provided an
excuse for expropriating them. In
some quarters there was objection
to giving individual landowners
any share in royalties, but there
could be no objection to the re-
commended monopoly in prospee-
®ion, because, #f competition in
prospecting were permitted, away
would go the unit development
to which Mr, Lepper attached such
importance, and this, in turn, was
the sole excuse for expropriation

To carry out the recommenda-
tions of the Report a draft Bill
Was presented to the House of As-
sembly; now it differed from these
recommendations by depriving in-
dividual landowners of any share
in the royalties. After a good deal
of controversy, during which the
Report was referred to, the Legis-
lature gave back to the landown-
ers the share of royalty Mr. Lep-
per had recommended. The legis-
lation is now the Petroleum Act
1950. It should be noted that the
controversy was limited to Mr
Lepper’s expropriation proposal
and did not touch his other re-
commendations

In the meantime in faith of the
Government's intentions Trinidad
Leaseholds had been bro







and had been informed by the
Government that it had been de-
ided to adopt the Lepper Report

and had been carrying out the ne-
cessary scientific investigations
before drilling. It may be noted
that Gulf Oil puts the cost of such
operations at $20,000 per month.

As soon as this Petroleum Act
1950 became law months ago pri-
vate rights, with some small ex-
ceptions, were thereby expropri-
ated and the B.U.O.C.’s leas-
es ceased to exist. The
B.U.O.C. applied for the con-
templated Prospecting Licence
over the Island and were
turned down. They were not even
offered the 70% their leases had
covered. On the statements pub-
lished, B.U.O.C., Titnidad Lease-
holds and Mr. Lepper have all
been discarded together and
thrown aside.

It is an extraordinary and dis-
turbing affair.

I have special sympathy for
these companies because Barbados
owes B.U.O.C. so much for the
services of the late Dr. Senn. His
Report on the Island Water Sup-
plies is of immense consequence
and value to Barbados, and it was
a gift

The Official account of the meet-
ing with the B.U.O.C. and T. L,
representatives seems incomplete
The heads of considerable enter-





prises and Trinidad Leaseholds is
a very considerable enterprise,
are not hysterical Having corne

to this conference from England
and Trinidad, with two Leading
Counsel in attendance, it seems
incredible that they would just
walk out, like a Soviet delegate to
the United Nations, unless there
had been some provocation in
manner or in matter that made
courteous discussion impossible.

The important question is not
whether B.U.O.C. and T.L.
were wise or unwise to leave the
conference, but whether our Gov-
ernment had acted fairly and hon-
estly in deciding, not to issue the
Prospecting Licence to B.U.O.C.
for the whole Island. The curious
thing to me is that I do not see
any advantage to Barbados from
what seems a very definite breach
of faith. What advantage has been
gained by the decision to divide
the Island and hand approximate-
ly half to Gulf Oil?

Unless Providence has arranged
that any oil there may be is fai
removed from the very involved
boundary decided on, we have lost |
the orderly development as a unit!
for which, on Mr Lepper’s advice,
private oil rights were sacrificed

The official statement attributes








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Our Readers Say
@ From Page 4

decision rested on the Government
here; they had nad and accepted
the advice of Mr, Lepper and they

and others nad aciea yun it; iney
knew the whole story and local
conditions. Mr. Tanner is Minister

of Lands and Mines in the Prov-
ince of Alberta, a position he has
held with distinction and ability.
Alberta, a vast inland pruirie
province, much cver a thousand
umes as big as Barbados, has few
people in it, under 4 to tne square
mie as against over 1,200 here

Oil rights still ungranted over
great areas are in the Crown,
while rigaits ver great areas are
in private land Until 1947 the

oil experience of Alberta had not
amounted uo but jn that
year two strikes of great impor-,
tance were raia+ ai no great depth.
Already production is rge and
future possibilities are enormous.
Oil is cefinitely booming in Al-
berta. Until he devoted himself to
Politic Mr. Tanner had had
various occupations, but none, |
believe, had anything to do with
oil. But for the last two or three
years he must have had intensive
experience, not so much perhaps
with oil, as with the scouts and
representatives of a dozen or more
Oil Companies, al! eager to share
in the wealth from these discover-
ies. Doubtless they were round
him like flies round a honey pot.
If conditions here had been any-
thing like those in Alberta Mr.
Tanner’s experience would have
been of great value. But they are
auite different. We have no great
inland areas sparsely populated,
and of little value (the Canadian
Pacific sells land at $8.00 to $12.00
per acre). We have no boom, no
proved productive area. On the
contrary, just a costly deep level
exploration in a small, densely
populate’, highly cultivated
Island. But before the great ex-
pense of deep drilling is embarked
on, science does now enable a de-
cision to be made whether the
risk is worthwhile or not. There
can be no certainty of success, but
barren prospects can be ruled out.
It is on this preliminary scientific
examination that B.U.O.C. and
T.L. have been engaged, with the
full knowledge and approval of
the Government,

But Mr. Bishop of Gulf Oil, who
somehow or other has been main-
taining contact with the Govern-
ment here, was watching in the
background. When it became ap-
parent that the British Companies
were continuing operations and
there was talk of drilling in a few
months, it surely was no difficult
deduction that the results of their
preliminary examinations were not
altogether unfavourable. So Mr.
Bishop concluded that Gulf Oil
should join the party and was, it
seems, welcomed by a Government
that had forgotten, or had decided
to ignore, existing obligations.

Mulcia,






Mr. Tanner, with only one ap-
plicant and little room for discus-
sion, the Colonial Model forms
being pretty well settled, might
have wondered why he had come.
But with a second competitor in
the field, he followed the prece-
dent set by King Solomon and ad-
vocated cutting the infant in
half.* Now, as then, the result
has been that the legitimate claim-
ant withdrew, Unfortunately the
parable seems to go no farther.

Mr. Lepper’s stipulations about
seashore operations have been
tossed over board along with
the rest of his recommendations.
May I, admitting ignorance,
point out that the seashore
rights now granted to Gulf Oil
lie alongside the Western sheet
water area mapped out by Dr
Senn. Water is, I think, more
valuable to Barbados than any
oil royaltias. If oil operations
interfered with this water
storage, it -would be a_ real
calamity.

Let us consider
ter.

another mat-

Q. Will the search for oil be
conducted more efficient-
ly by Gulf Oil than by
the British Companies?

A. No. Both the British
Companies and Gulf Oil
are well equipped for the
investigation.

Q. Will the search be speed-
ed up by the change over?

A. No, on the contrary, Gulf
Oil will now have to un-
dentake the preliminary
examination that T.L. has
algeady undertaken. It
will set back drilling
considerably.

Q. Apart from any question
of dollar exchange, is any
financial advantage likely
from this change over?

A. No—the royalties and
charges acceptable by one
wauld be acceptable by

the other. But from the
point of view of taxation
there may be a loss

Q. Will
gain?
A. Frankly, I have no
Gulf Oil, itself a very
powerful concern, is one
section of really immense
commercial and financial
interests that control
great enterprises stretch-
ing far beyond the U.S.
Gulf Oil alone should have
large sterling funds from
its association with Anglo-
Iranian in the East: more-
over, a day or two ago
you reported the arrange-
ment by the U.S. oil com-

there be a dollar

idea.

panies to sell petrol for
sterling. So, apart from
its U.S. associates, Gu'f

Oil would appear to have
all the sterling needed for
its commitments here. But
who can say whether dol-
lars or pounds will be
used? We can only be sure

that they will use what
suits their own interests
best from time to time

Indeed, since an apparent
dollar gain in one p’ace
may be offset and more by

a dollar loss in another,

it is futile to guess. These

international transactions

are quite different from
tourist spending

But all these matters, interest-

ing though they may be, ar

really quite beside the mark. Th
vital question is not whether our



Government have made a ,pr
able arrangement, but whe
they have acted in” good fait!

6, 1950
SS Siniesisssneiensssssseasasstensnssisssensnessissnansesensenss

This is not the Interior of British Guiana but 8
s



DUE TO HEAVY RAINS over the week-end and again yesterday,
Everton Weekes, W.I. star batsman played most of his early cricket,

Top Right:
Bottom lef




day they must have had!



Small boys wading through the water that flooded the feotb
-The parking area at the back of the
Bottom right: —The corner of this “*
Picture shows a car “wading” through the flooded area



George

The

Island Gets Heaviest
Rainfall For The Year

THE HEAVY SHOWERS that soaked the island from
Saturday night to Monday morning took a few hours oft

shortly after midday.

By 4.30 in the evening they had

returned and the sky had that “all night rain” look.

It was the highest rainfall of
the year and held up activities
in the City as the business day
‘started yesterday. Bay Street
School pupils and teachers had
an unexpected free day, as the
ground of this school, like many
other grounds were flooded with
water,

Three District Police Stations
were out of reach by phone yes-
terday morning District “F,”
District ‘“D,” and Belleplaine.

No damage to stock was re-
ported, even from last year's
flood area, but the paling around
Martha Goddard’s house at the
corner of Robert’s Gap and Halls
Road fell down on Sunday owing

to the wind and_ rain. The
water gushing down from the
Bridge Road area caused the

roadway at the corner of Hills
Road and Arthur Hill to be
flooded, reaching a_height of
about 18 inches at one section.

Crabs

Some parts of the Queen’s
Park ground and the Comber-
mere ground were flooded with
water and small boys started
their yearly campaign of “catcn-
ing crabs.”

About one or two people left
the old flood area during the
week-end but on no occasion
were any of the houses in danger
and no one slept at the Belmont
Police Post as on former occas-
ions.

About midday yesterday,
lighters and row boats began to
ply again on the muddy water
of the Careenage.

This change in colour of water
was due to the mud which was
brought down to the Careenage
by the Constitution River. de®

When the rain first abated,
the lightermen’s first job was
bailing the water which had ac-
cumulated in the bottom of the
lighters. Armed with buckets
and pans, these men were busy
for some 10 minutes getting their
boats ready for receiving cargo.

Rowboatmen were also busy
in ridding their small boats of
water and were soon to be seen
up and down the harbour plying
for work. The three ships which
were in port began to work for
the first time of the day and con-
tinued without interruption until
evening.

The outer offices around the
waterfront which during early
morning were crowded with

waterfront workers who indulged
in various arguments, went back
to normal after midday.

The showers of rain had no
effect on the “Potick” which is
sunken in the inner basin of the
Careenage. Just’ a small part of
the bow, riggings and the two
masts of this vessel could still
be seen protruding above the
water. The other semi-deselict,
“Nina,” received a good draught
of the rain which it stored in its
bottom.

Schooner captains who kept

the hatches of the vessels cov-
ered durirs the rain, were glad

frankly, fairly and honestly. On
the face or it they have not, and
that is what is so disturbing.

C. E. SHEPHERD
Colleton House,

St. Peter.
May 31. 1950

"Editor's Note: The offer
made to B.U.O.C. and Trinidad
Leaseholds was in the words
of the Government’s release of
May 17 “55% of the island
with the right @o0 lease half this
area for 21 years renewable
for a turther 21 years if the
lessee so wished, and further
that they should be given first
choice of the four sub-divisions
into which it was proposed tc
divide the island for prospect-
ing purposes. In addition they
should be granted 50 per cent
of certain of the territorial
waters, with similar rights as




regards leasing. The balance
ef the area namely 45 per cent
of the is ind 50 per cent of
the terri ater a
Y } Ve

hould be if Oil
Cor ra r

to seize the opportunity of get-
ting some of the cargo on to the
whart. Engines used for driving
winches could be heard making
the familiar noises while th¢
winches slung the packages of
merchandise and colonial produce
on to the waterfront,

“Princess Alice”

Several small poois of water
had collected yesterday on the
Princess Alice Play Field. The
largest of these was around the
pitch, while the tennis court
which is on an incline was free
of water. Two large pools wiih
water about four inches deep
were seen at the extreme end
of the field, but was slowly
receding into a nearby canal

which was also filled with water

A small part of the sea wall
was damaged and the land in that
evea is gradually sinking. Another
large area of stagnant water
also collected inside the market.
Small boys were seen roaming
through these areas in search of
crabs.

School Boys

During their itunchn
terday many school
around the flood path
the water which still rushed
towards the sea after the heavy
rain of last night Along - the
embankment on either side of
Constitution Road, the _ thick
shrubs gave evidence of which
way the water had been going.
But by evening the dry earth
had absorbed most of it and the
ground was drained.

One resident of the area whx
was interviewed by the ‘“Advo-
cate” yesterday, said that she had

time yes-
boy

watching

stood

no fear of a recurrence of last
year’s flood. Such incidents sel
dom occuur more than once in
one’s life time, she said.



Stole Fruit
From His

Own Tree?

Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr
H. A. Vaughn, Judges of the
Assistant Court of Appeal, up-
held a decision of Mr. C. L. D
Walwyn, Police Magistrate of
District “A” Yesterday. Mr

Walwyn had fined Osmond Lewis

of Cane Garden St. Andrew,
10/- when he had found him
guilty of having stolen a quan-
tity of breadfruit on April 28
Their Honours ordered him to
pay 10/4 costs.

Lewis argued that the land on
which the breadfruit tree was
growing was his. He said that
his mother, of whose will he
knew nothing, had left it for
him. He admitted that an inter-
pleader’s claim had been brought
by his sisters and himself for
the land end had heen disallowed

Erma "ock of the same dis-
trict said that she had bought
the land im July last year. She

produced the title deeds to it

£3 Fine For
Speeding

Ma, Andy
Magistrate of

A decision of
Hanschell, Police

District “A” was yesterday or-
dered to remain in force by
Their Honours of the Assistant
Court of Appeal, Mr. G. L. Tay-
lor and Mr. H. A. Vaughn when
Henry Trent of Goodland, St

Michael, withdrew his appeal
against a £3 fine which had been

imposed upon him by Mr. Han-
schell who found him guilty of
having exceeded the speed limit

He had been driving a motor car



along k Rock on April 10
when he cx nitted the offence
The speed along that area



is 30 miles per

hour and Trent

hen Cpl Byror I



S” bend on the main high y








unny Berbad



Murphy's pasture at the back of Mas«
was flooded

all pitch at Kensington in
Challenor Memorial Stand at Kensir
vay betwe S rence and Top
car contained tourists visiting the isle

THESE
MAY RETA

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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. HE PRESENT RAINFALL direction of Sugar Hill The
may retard the crop and dk wheel of one cycle was damaged
teriorate the cane juice cx A MULE, OWNED BY W
ubly,” a planter from St. Josep» £ MERRITT of Sobers Lane
told the “Advoeate” yester« t. Michael, fell and was injured
morning: He said that this is a le drawing a cart, loaded with
exceptional rainfall for thi canes, up Braggs Hill, St Joseph,
of the year the week-end
fn the Scotland district the « Thirteen year old Victor
roads are very muddy, and b Merritt, who was in charge of
trucks and carts ‘find it diffieul: the cart, injured his right foot
reach the canes lying in th when trying to release the mule
eld, he said. The rain will al lrom the cart
rot the matured canes in sor PQDHE NEED FOR A RECREA }

cases when) they
2round

He pointed out that over tl
week-end his rain gauge egilect

are lying on tt

TION ground in St Josepha |

; voiced by one of the residents
that Parish, who was inter
iewed by the Advocate yesterday



four inches and 80 parts wh He pointed out that owing to |
for the month of May the tot number of children in that
was seven and a half inches, rish, the authorities should get
This’ planter feels that if th ead and see that 4ome proper
canes could be reaped, Joes Riye: ing fleld is made shortly
factory would be able to finist He eferred to the amount of
their crop in about four weeks hildren that can be seen playing
a i Perens a a the roads daily He said that
A FEW RESIDENTS OF ST Sunday evening while the re
JOSEPH are seeing snake gious folk were on their way to
now that the rainy season has the St Joseph Parish Church, a
started One told the Advocate yiumber of these boys could be

yesterday that on Sunday he saw





n carrying on a cricket match





some small snakes in Castle “right in front of Gud’s House”.
Grant’s gully and again on Mon
day morning a snake was seen j EGINALD SOBERS OF ST
in the Little Island area of St GEORGE skidded and fell
Joseph. While riding his bicycle along
The onr caught on M mday was Woodland Road, St. George at
Killed by residents It measured “bout 10 o'clock on Sunday
67 inches long, four inches around n:orning Sobers was going from
the head and the width at Todds towards Greens and the
tail was just under neh. TI 1¢ that area was wet
back was blac] the ol h j injured his lett hand and
brown. both knees, while the head lam,
It is understood that snake of } cycle was damaged
this tape are harmle:s BICYCLE RIDDEN by Work
4 ley Mayers, and a refresh
HILE .THE MATCH BE. vent cart owned by S. Riley of
TWEEN the West Indies and T Gay, St. Michael, were
lancashire is going on at O involved in an accident at Middle
rraiford, a local Lancashire tea: tor Village, St- George, shortly
net a St. Catherine team ir after 9 o'clock gn Sunday morning
B.C.L. Cup Final game at Dayrells he front. whee] of the bicycle
Koad on Saturday The Lar Was damaged .
cashire XI is from Christ Chureh, THAMISE JOSEPH of Bitke-
the other from St. Philip. ley Tenantry, St, George, re-
Lancashire won the toss ai ported that $69.20 in cash was
went to the wicket. They knocked removed from the residence of
up 168 run For St Catherine, Adams Elliot, also of Bulkele:
Blades captured 3 for 22 while Tenant; between 5 a.m. and 1

F. Gittens and H- Pierce captured
each, C. D. “Pompeii? Spooner
although taking only one wicket
bowled steadily |
This match will continue for the. |
next two Saturday

CMABLEs EDWARDS OF APES |
HILL Village, St

Oswald Caddle and Joh I \
of Apple Grove, St. Peter wert
all injured in an accide on Su
day, shortly before mid-nigh: |
They fell from bicycles whi |

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Meeting of House of Assem-

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Water Polo Practice Match,

Aquat’c Club, 5.00 p.m,

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was
games
schooling of some of the animals

pierce ota coca osc oecoamegia ebgeneernegeancvem aan arena

2 Fishermen
Drift To

Martinique

A cable fram received vester-
day at the igrbour and Shipping
Department Yead “Two Barbadian
fishermen named Bynoe and Mar-
shall landed at Fort de France,
Martinique, atter being adrift and

in distress in the boat X.102. They
were given temporary relief and
will be sent back at the earliest
opportunity.”

The Fishery Office told the
Advocate yesterday that they
could not give aay information a
to the name of the boat or the

: he boat left Barbados for the

und



Not Argentine
Polo Ponies

THE front page picture in the
\dvocate of Sunday showing some
of the Barbados Polo Club mem-
bers trying out their new mounts
had below it mentioned that the |
IX Hew ponies owned by various
wnmembers were Argentine bred \

We understand that all of the}!

w mounts are Island bred, but
many of the horses on which the
Venezuelans play are from the
\rgentine It_is hoped that the!
reconditioned Polo field will. be
ready shortly so that the loca)
team will get down to some hard
practice

The little try
off the
were

out on Saturday
Polo field and no
played, but just a Uâ„¢



For Mercy

A plea for mercy made by Ena |
Thomas, a hawker of Eagle Hall |
Road, to Their Honours of the As-

\
sistant Court of Appeal, Mr, G, L

Taylor and Mr. H. A Vaughn was |
put aside yesterday. Ena Thomas |
had been fined £1 by Mr. H. A
Talma, Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict "A" when she had been found
guilty of having exposed fruit on |
Middle
offence
Thomas

Street to be sold The
was committed on May 1

told the court that she

had
merey

only ask

appealed to



A fine of £3 to be paid in 14
days or in default one month’s
Hoprisonment was imposed on
Bruce Haynes a 43-year-old
labourer of Jackmans by His

Mr. B. Griffith yester-
He was also put on a bond
12 months in the sum of £20

Worship
day
for

He was found guilty of inflict-
ing bodily harm Alfred
Haynes on May 16. In #iving
evidence to the court Alfred
Haynes said he was struck across
the shoulder with a
was detained at
Hospital

howed

on

stick and
the General
where an examination
that he had a slight
swelling at the back of his chest
nd bruises on his forehead
X-ray showed that no

were broken

Police Horses

THREE horses from Montreal
arrived in the island yesterday by
the Canadian Cruiser for the
mounted branch of the Police

Force
They will undergo training be-
fore they enter the Police
The Cruiser
tails, drugs

service
also brought pork
and piece goods from



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from Dominica
night for British
Vincent, Grenada

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It sailed out last
Guiana via St
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way expressed sympathy with
the occasion of the passing
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IN MEMORIAM

In loving memory of DEAREST EMILY
JORDAN who departed this life on the
6th June 1936.

The lapse of years Mammie dear has
not lessened the fondness of my love for
you; I deeply regret your loss, and can
find consolation only from the beautiful
memories of a life lived under your
sweet care.

DAISY PATRICK,
King Street.
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FOR SALE







AUTOMOTIVE

CAR se () One Ford V-8 in good con-
dition. Apply H. E. Marshall, Yorkshire,
Christ Church. 3.6.50.—6n.

CAR—One (1) Fluid Drive Dodge
equipped with radio and new tyres,
Car in perfect condition. Good as new
Apply D. Harvey Read, c/o Canadian

















Bank of Commerce 2.6.50.—4n.
LIVESTOCK

MULE — One (1) Small Mule. Quiet
and Broken to Harness and Cart. Apply:
K.D.G. Frost, “Stanmore Lodge,” Black
Rock. Dial 3968 or 3006.

3.6.50—t.f.n.

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quiet and docile together with (2) wheel





carts and harness Apply H. Doughty,
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PUPS—Two (2) % Bred Labrador

Pups. Phone F, A. Marshall, 2596,

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AUTO PARTS—17 plate batteries
generator amatures, clutch dise, cam
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3.6.50—t.f.n.

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COATS— (1) heavy winter coat medium
size $40. 3 woollen winter suits for $30.
Size 16, Dial 3458 -31.5.50—2n,





BSCHALOT and ENGLISH POTATOES
for planting now the rain has come,
here is your opportunity for planting
the above items. Get your supplies
early from JOHN D, TAYLOR & SONS,
LTD., Roebuck Street Dial 4335.

6.6.50—2n

GYNOMEX Antiseptic Prophylactic
Jelly is quite harmless in its local or
general effect however frequently used.
Numerous Chemical and bacteriological
tests have proved the absolute efficiency
of this preparation, and as a result it is
recommended by a very large number
of Medical Men and Gynaecologists
Made by the same manufacturers of
Gynomin Tablets.

Price—complete outfit 4/-
Refills 3/-
Obtainable at — KNIGHT'S LTD.
3.6.50—3n .

GALVANISED TANKS—5 only. 200
gallons Galvanised Tanks with outlet
THE GENERAL AGENCY CO., BAR-
BADOS, 14 High St. 1,6.50—6n

NEEDLES for your record player . . -
2) kinds including Ruby and Sapphire
semi-permanent needles to play several
thousand recordings.

A. BARNES & CO., LTD.
24.5.50—t.f,n







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one Baby
used Apply



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Hastings
6.6.50—3n.

PIANO— (1)
Challan hardly
Hotel Ltd.

PIANO—Modern upright in Mahogany
by Monington & Weston. Brand new con-
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BUNGALOW—From June Ist. Arche's
Bungalow, St. Matthias Gap. (Contain-
ing all modern conveniences Phone
No. 3251 or 2619. 2.6,.50—3n

CHANCE VIEW—Chancery Lane, 3
Bedrooms, running water, etc, Only
approved tenants Apply F. Storey,

Graeme Hall Silantation, Christ Church
Telephone 8116. 27.5.50—3n

COTTAGE AND FLAT rent furnished
or for sale together—Beautiful Veran-
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Sea Water (heated) to one of the five
bath rooms—Electric Cookers, Frigid-
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class residential district, 2 miles from
town. 3 bedrooms, 2 living rooms,
usual offices. Fromm July Ist 1950, to
January Ist 1951. Apply to Mrs. C.B.

Dowding. Dial 4195.
2.6,.50—t.f.n

—_——————
MODERN STONE BUNGALOW, Seclu-
Ged part of Pine Hill. 2 bedrooms. 2
servants rooms. Garage Solar heating
Labour saving. ‘% acre grounds. Apply
R. S. Nicholls & Co., Solicitors, 151—2

Koebuck St. Telephone 3925.
9.5.50-—t.f.n

(2) Gentlemen or Young
double bedroom over-
Phone 8496
2.6.50—t.f.n
_——————————_—_—_—
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ROOM—Two
Couple. Large
for the right party.







usual conveniences From June Sth
Phone 4117 6.6.50—2n
FOR RENT OR LEASE

“TIVERTON,” Strathclyde. The house

contains (3) Bedrooms. Rent $40.00 per
month from Ist. July

For further particulars apply to

CARRINGTON & SEALY
Lucas St
6.6.50—3n



950

PERSONAL









The public are hereby warned against
uVing credit to my wife Roslyn Beckles
Charle as I do not hold myself
ble f her or anyone else con-
bt or debts in my name
by a written order signed by me
med LAURIE L. BECKLES
Beckles Rd.,
St. Michael
6.6.50-—2n

ee

Pub'e are hereby warned against
Siving



eredit to my wife EDNA MONTE
NORA MARTIN (nee ADAMS) as I co}
net hold myeelf regponsible for her
invene else contracting debt or « *
ne name without writing gred by
me

MILTON MARTIN
Hindabury }
6.6.00

Se sn

















2 $ s ~
Pimp ie SALES
AUCTION
By | tions, I will sell by public
Avetion on the spot at Davyrell's Road,
on Wednesday th, at 2 «'cloc! one
hone which consists of Gallery, Draw-
ine i Dining Rooms, two (2) Bedrooms
Kitchen, Toilet and Palings. To be
removed. It must be sold. Terms Cash. |
Apply! D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Auctioneer.
3.6.50—3n
LORRY. By instructions of the Insur- |
ance Co. I will sell at Cole & Co., Garage
Bay Stre on Friday 9th at 1 p.m, 1
Dodge Motor Lorry 27 H.P. with auxiliary |
gear box, damaged by accident. Terms
Cash. R. Areher Mc Kenzie. Dial 2947,

4.6.50—4n.
II,

By kind permission of Messrs. Cole &}
Co., Ltd., Bay Street’ I will sell ony
FRIDAY 9th at 1 p.m. (1) FEDERAL
PLATFORM TRUCK, a DODGE
PLATFORM TRUCK, recently over-
hauled Terms CASH.

R. ARCHER Mc KENZIE,
Auctioneer
6.6.50—3n.!



UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received from. the
Insurance Company I will sell on Friday
June 9th at Fort Royal Garage at 2 p.m.

an]



(1) 197 8 H.P. Ford Anglia Saloon. |
()) 1943 30 H.P. Nash Saloon (both
damaged). (1) 1932-25 H.P. Essex
Terms Cash.
VINCENT GRIFFITH
4.6.50—4n
BISHOP: 3.44 p.m. P,

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UNDER THE SILVER

HAMMER

By recommendations of Lloyds Agents
we will sell on Wednesday the 7th 170
bags D.C. sugar at the following Ware-
houses

12.30 o'clock 66 bags
Traders Ltd., Roebuck St.

1,00 o'clock 24 bags sugar,
Jones & Co., Hincks St.

1.30 o'clock 40 bags sugar,

General

H.

sugar,

Jason



Manning &





Co, Ltd., Bay St.
2.00 o'clock 40 bags sugar, Jones &

Swan, Fairchild St.
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,

Auctioneers

6.6.50—2n.

REAL ESTATE
CARS-—lIf you are interested in a cheap
to make a pickup, we have a Rock-

car

y, Austin 14, Four Cylinder Chevrolet,
ris 12, Willys, Austin 7 pickup and
a 1940 Plymouth. For Cash or on Terms,
Apply The Central Auction Mart, Maga-
zine Lane, Dial 3743. 6.6.50—3n,





I will set up for sale by Public Com-
petition at my Office Victoria Street on
FRIDAY 9th. at 2 p.m.

(1) The dwelling house called “ROS-
LYN" situated at 8th Ave, Belleville
with 3600 square feet of land. House
contains closed gallery, drawing and
dining rooms, 3 bedrooms, morning
room, W.C. & tiled bath, kitchen,
pantry, Electric light—rents for $35.00
per month.

IMMEDIATE VACANT POSSESSION

(2) The dwelling house — called
“KARLVILLE", situated at SPOONER'S
HILL, PART STONE with 4047 sq, ft
land, house contains closed verandah,
drawing, dining, 3 bedrooms, water and

clectric light—rents for $20.00 per
month

For inspection and conditions of sale
apply to R. Archer Me Kenzie, Dial 2947,
Victoria Street. 4.6.50-—5n





LAND 11,300 sq. ft. of land at Hart's
Gap beside main road, adjoining Mr

Altman's property. i
Apply: D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
3.6,.50.—3n.





PROPERTY AT BRIDGE FIELD
Bridge Field, St. Thomas, One
which consists of one (1) acre,
of arable land, and a stone
which has guard-wall to
front, allery, Drawing and Dining
Rooms, two (2) Bedrooms, Water Toilet
and Bath, Kitchen and Garage. Also a
Large-Sized Wall Shop. If interested in
keeping stocks and doing business, this

is the place.
Apply: D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Magazine Lane.
3.6.50.—8n.

At
property
23 perches
wall house





That very desirable property known

“HOTEL WORTHING on_ SEA’
(formerly Briziliana Hotel) standing on
over fifteen thousand square feet includ-

os

ing entrance driveway from Public
Road together with twelve bathing
cubicles.

The only available site on Worthing

Coast. First class business place Fine
sea bathing. A window on the ocean.
Cool and cozy location. With slight

alterations can be made a high class
Hotel or Night Club

Offers in writing received up to 30th
June, 1950, by

Ss. J. ROCK & CO.,

112 Roebuck Street
a saul na Bcd 1,6.50—10n
———
We are instructed by the Executors
of ELMIRA F. LANGEVINE to offer
for sale that desirable dwellinghouse
“Industry Cot,” situate at Wellington
and Chepstow Street, standing on 2847
square fect of land, containing gallery,
drawing and dining rooms, two bed-
rooms, kitchen, W. C. and bath, elec-

tric lights and a few fruit trees

The above mentioned property will
be set up for safe by Public competi-



tion at our Office James Street on
Friday, 30th June, 1950 at 2 p.m,
Inspection on application to the
tenant,
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
6.6.50.—In
WORTHI (NEAR CACRABANK



HOTEL) CHRIST CHURCH
Modern fully furnished chalet in private

estate standing in half an acre of well
kept and laid out gardens—one minute
from sea and beautiful sandy bathing

beach,

The house contains large living room,
dining room, two bedrooms to which an
extra bedroom can be added if desired.
Tiled bathroom with tub bath and shower
thot and cold water) and built in line
cupboard, tiled kitchen with built fn
stone cupboard and new Philco combined
refrigerator and deep freeze, large arched
verandah, all steel windows with hoods,
steel French doors, large stone garage
and servants quarters with toilet and
shower, the house is tastefully furnished,
the beds have both deep sleep and Dun-
lopillo mattresses, shingled roof, polished
pine floors, the garden contains grass-
lawns, tropical flowering shrubs and
flowers together with eight coconut
palms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw,
mango, tamarind, breadfruit, and plum
trees, wire-mesh enclosed lock up vege-
table warden and tool shed, colassed
driveways and «arden paths, will be
ld unfurnished if desired. Attractive
ice. Phone owner 8316 between 10 a.m
and 6 p.m 6.6.50. —4n





WANTED
CLEAN OLD RAG

Delivered to
LINOTYPE DEPT., Advocate



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| MIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | -
} .
Transfer
The application of Do t! In Carlisle Bay
We.chman rian, St. The } in a
er of Liquor License, 5 | PORT: Ya Ut, Seh. Mari
| granted to D. Fenty ir a » Sch. Rosaren ¢ Sch. Harriet® Wh
| and shingle shop attach t Gardenia W., Sch. Marion
Cane Garden, St. And M.V. Lady J M.V. Student
to Malt Lique’ | Pre
Dae ay ARRIVALS
uted this 2nd day of June, 1950. Belqueen, 44 tor Capt. King,
|_ J. R, EDWARDS, Esq oe vs
To the Police Magisir Dist. “F Edvard P tons net, Capt
Signed D. FENTY po from
‘or Applicant 5S. Canad tons net
{.B.—This application will be consider t. O'Hara Leg
Jed at a Licensing Court to be held at] ,, Fort Townshende, 1,943 tons net,
| Police Court, District “F", on Tuesday | C&Pt, Hendriekson, from Grenada
jth: 13th day of June 1950 at 11 o'clock,}| ,,.M-V- Blue Star, 1 tons net, Capt
arm. Fergusson, from St. cucia ,
| J. R. EDWARDS,
Police Magistrate, Dist F _Seh. Mary Caiotine, 54 tons net,
6.3.56-1n. | Capt. Joseph, from Dominica
aN ch. Felicia Monica net, Capt
Jo from British Gu
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | ,.?ssenwers arriving by the S$. “Port
Townshende” w . from New Yark
Pai application of Dragmar Gregoire | B't@ DeMore et Niles, Walter Gib-
| bo cer of Lequor License No, 792 granted | %0". Charles Florette McGee
{ son Mapp in respect of pre
| a board and ;hingle shop with s
| ved at Bournes Village, . 74
Ia nen St Boutnes Vives 1 In Touch with Barbados
Lc bottom floor of a two 1
boa hingle building at Upper Roe Kon oS
| bo ghengie building at Upper I Coast Station
| “ 30th day of June, 1950.
To the ice Magistrate, Dis A Cable and Wireless (West Indies)
Signed PRINCE GREGOIRE Limited advise that they can now com-
‘ for Applicar municate with the following ships
This application will be consid- | through their Barbados Coast on
Ne at a Licensing Court to be held ‘at SS. Cape Verde, S.S. Stella Marina,
ce Court, District ", on Tuesday; 5-S. Alcoa Pennant, S.S. Fort Towns-
e 13th day of June, 1950, Bt 11 o'clock, ide, S.S. Halesius, SS. Esito, S.S
am sident Brand, S.S. Granheim, S.S. San
H. A TALMA, Atlantic Shipater, S.S. Maria
Police Magistrate, Dist A rinaga, S. Denis, S.S. Canadian
6.6.50—in $ Z S. Varg, S.S. Poca-
j S, Rio Araza, S.S
—— aa S.S. och Garth, S.S. Van
- : S.S. Huruni, S.S. Lady Rodney,
OFFICIAL NOTICE |s3\‘tmpire Ken.’Ss Ranuata, $8. San
Wencesiao, S.S. Vikingen, S.S. London
BARBADOS Vendor, S.S. Runa, S.8. Panagiotis, §.S
In the Assistant Court of Appeal. Jeanny, S.S. Hornero Adna

ss
Sheridan, SS. Gervais, S.S.
Uruguay, S.S. Bulkstar

Edward Gries, S.S.



(Equitable Jurisdiction).
ELEAZER ETHELBERT BLANCHETTE

Sun

s Prince,
Polyeres













Plaintiff er St SSR “ Ayia SS
NORAGE FARRIS Defendant. | gu "Besar Sis Ruceumy, SS 'seise
s .. & ; Schie,

In pursuance of an Order in this Court a ren Huu, ‘ Castor Granadero,
in the above action made on the 31st] >> Caribstar, S.S. Dolores, S.S. San
day of May, 1950, I give notice to all} ©? lina, S.S. Lillohus, S.S. Hammerfest
persons having any estate, right or inter

est in or any
ing

All that certain piece or parcel of land
situate at Newbury in the parish of Saint

lien o



neumbrance affect-






George and Island aforesaid containing

by admeasurement one rood nineteen

perches or thereabouts abutting and

bounding on lands formerly of J. B

Laslie but now of Maude Holdipp on

lands of Cottage Plantation on lands

formerly of Jas. E. Coulthrust but now ARRIVALS BY B.W.LA.L

of Gertrude Pilgrim and on a road in| From La Guaira: ‘7

common eight feet wide leading to the Basley Brown, Rita D. Brown Andrew
public road or however else the same|N. Brown, Judith Brown, James Brown
may abut and bound to bring before me} H. Copland, Louis que Dibudonne
an account of their said claims with their] Eveque, Antonio J Merle J
withesses, documents and vouchers, to be] Dimino. Nanette Dimino, Mic “1 Dimino,
examined by me on any ‘Tuesday, or} Keith Miner, Idaline Miner Cc. Harris,
Friday between the hours of 12 (noon)]| Olga Urdaneta, Maria ar, Philin
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the} Phillipsen, Jay Singh as

Office of the Clerk of the Assistant Court} From Grenada:











of Appeal at the Court House,
town, before’ the 16th day of Ernest Fenty, Jean F y
Â¥ 3 . ernes y, Jea enty, Phillip Fenty,
1950, in order that such ciaims may be] Phillis Commissiong, Laurie. Johneo,,
ranked according to the nature and] Terrance Hawkins -
priority thereof respectively; otherwise] From Antigua:
such persons will be precluded from the Ruby Hynam, Penel 1
Ru é enelope Hynam, Thelma
benefit of the said Decree, and be] Arrindell, Patricia Moore, Gwendolyn
deprived of all claim on or against the] Moore, Vida Abbott ;
said property.
Claimants are also notified that they DEPARTURES BY B.W.LALL,
must attend the said Court on Wednes-}| For Trinidad :—Mr. John Whyatt, K.C
day, the 16th day of August, 1950, at} Mrs, Inez Chandler, Mr. Darnell Green-
10 o'clock a.m. when their said claims idge, Mr, Norman Beale, Mr. Llewellyn
will be ranked, Greenidge, Mr. Herbert Daniel, Major C
Given under my hand this 31st day of] Robert Mr. Gordon Greenidge, Mrs
ay, 195 . .
May, 1950. a Elsie Foster, Mr, Edwin Surooj, Mr. Clar-
f c.: Wh GILKES, ence Alkins, Mr. Winston Richardson,
Actg. Clerk of the Assistant Court of Mr. Reginaid Forde, Mr. C, Gittens, Mr,
Appeal. Aner ; L. Dobson, Mr. A, Symmonds, Mr. Otha
6.6.50.—3n Edghill, Mr Louis Fisher, W/Comdr,
Frost, Mrs. Maria Seheult, Mr, Karl
OFFICIAL SALE Seheult, Mr. C. B. Escalante, Mr, Roger
Barron, Master Hugh Weekes, Mr, Comp-

ton Gonsalves, Miss Alther Barnett, Mrs.



BARBADOS, Helena Raleigh, Miss Violet Clarke, Mr.

In the Assistant Court of Appeal. ; Daniel Sheenan, Master Daniel Sheenan,

{Equitable Jurisdiction). ; Mrs, Jean Sheenan, Master Timothy Shee-
ELEAZER ETHELBERT BLANCHETTE, | nan

Plaintiff.
HORACE PARRIS, Defendant Keith Scott, Vera Scott, Elwyn Seale,
Stanley Cummins, Victoria Procope,
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of | Irvine Procope, Hubert McDowell.

an Order of the Assistant Court of Appeal | Fer San Juan:









dated the 3lst day of May 1950 there will Ear! Taylor, Phyllis Commissiong,
be set up for sale to the highest bidder | Odesss Gittens, Blanche Huskisson,
at the Office of the Clerk of the Assistant | Eloi Rouse, Coral Jordan
Court of Appeal at the Court House, | For St, Kit

Bridgetown, between the hours of 12 Joseph evaux, Richard Williams,
(noon) and 2 o'clock in the afternoon | Cleona Cooper
on Friday the 18th day of August, 1950: For St. Lucia:

All that certain piece or parcel of land
situate at Newbury in the parish of Saint Martin Denington, Joan Denington,
Géorge and Island aforesaid containing | Fleur Denington, Mareus Denineton,
by admeasurement one rood nineteen} Nicola Denington, Alfred Denington
perches or thereabouts abutting and{ For Ciudad Trujilio
bounding on lands formerly of J. B Kathleen Webster
Laslie but now of Maude Holdipp on| For Miam
lands of Cottage Plantation on lands Alonza Johnson



















formerly of Jas. E. Coulthrust but now For La Guaira :—Mrs. Mildred Hinkle,
of Gertrude Pilgrim and on a road in| Mr, Edward Hinkle, Miss Natacha Mir,
common eight feet wide leading to the | Mrs, Carmen Mir, Mise Julietta Mirabel,
public road or however else the same) Mrs, Eivia Miranda, Mr. Manuel Miranda
may abut and bound, and if not then
sold the said property will be set up
for sale on every succeeding Friday
between the same hours until the same WAN I ED
is sold for a sum not less than £104. 3

“Dated this 31st day of May, 1950

I, V. GILKES, HELP
Actzg le b ssistant
ete. Clerk oP peceats tant Court of CHAUFFEUR-GARDENER. Apply to
6.6.50.—3n, | Poval Store. No. 2 High Street

a a ore a 3.6.50—3n
OFFICIAL NOTICE SERVANT—A general servant. Apply

Mrs. James A. Millington, “The Nook",









BARBADOS. Worthing View, Christ ues Ghocen
In the Assistant Court of Appeal. cee "
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
IDALETTE HYACINTH SQUIRES MISCELLANEOUS
Plaintiff
LLOYD SEALE Defendant BOARDERS__Cool comfortable Room
In pursuance of an Order in this Court and Full Board av ailable to Visitors
in the above action made on the ist| areneeae Near Queen's Park Savan-
day of June, 1950, I give notice to all (2 Write Mrs. Stone, 80 Dundonald
persons having any estate, right or t, Port-of-Spain 6.6.50.—12n,
interest in or any lien or incumbrance
affecting :—





All that certain pjece or parcel of land
situate at Dash p in the parish of
Saint Michael and Island aforesaid con-
taining by admeasurement one thousand

LOST & FOUND





six hundred and ninety square feet or

thereabouts abutting and bounding on LOST

lands of B. Holder on lands of Alexander| CAT—With large black and fluffy
Moore on lands of Benjamin Howell and | coat, | with all white underneath,
on a road known as Dash Gap aforesaid | answering to the name of ((Blackie,
leading to Hindsbury Road or however] Finder please return to “Homeleigh",
else the same may abut and bound, arrison. 3.6.50—3n.



to bring before me an account of their | ———_ thine







said claims with their witnesses, docu One BT c. Sweepstake Rass Monk
ments and vouchers, to be examined by | mMid-Summer Meeting, 1950, Series G.G
me on any Tuesday, or Friday between | o9g9--29. Finder please return to Arthur
the hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in| Ajieyne, Fairfield Rd Carrington’s



the afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, before the 16th
day of August, 1950, In order that such
claims may be ranked according to the
nature and priority thereof respectively;
otherwise such persons will be precluded
from the benefit of the said Decree, and |

Village 6.6,50—1n,

TRADE MARK CAUTION































r > : Notice is hereby given that M
Ba er icin ee on or aginst) BERTISH & CO., LIMITED of Embassy
Claimants are also notified that they | Works, Colsterworth Road, High Cross,
must attend the said Court on Wednes- | Tottenham, London, No. 15., England;
day, the 16th day of August, 1950, at 10 anufacturers; are the owners and
o'clock a.m, when their said claims wil! clusive proprietors of the following
be ranked, Trade Mark
Given under my hand this Ist day of
June, 1950. CONSULATE
I. V. GILKEs,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of } used upon “Shirts, Collars and Py-
Appeal jamas’, in connexion with the business
6.6,50.—3n of the abovenamed Company in selling
| the said godds that the said Trade
Mark has been registered in the Regis-
OFFICIAL SALE ter of Trade Marks kept under the
Trade Marks Act, 1938, (Imperial), and
is protected by law in certain British
BARBADOS. Possessions and Foreign tes; and
In the Assistant Court of Appeal. th any infringeme:
(Equitable Jurisdiction) Toei 3 oche aeeerens Sreusulens ini
IDALETTE HYACINTH SQUIRES ae ot improper application of the
Plaintiff said Trade Mark or violations of the
LLOYD SEALE Defendant. | "hts of the orenamed Company in
Notice is hereby given that by virtue | @spect thereof within Barbados will be
of an Order of the Assistant Court of | ¢¢a!t with under the Merchandise
Appeal dated the Ist day of June, 1950,| Marks Act, 1889 to d the law
there will be set up for sale to the| relating to fraudulent marks on mer-
highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk | chandise or otherwise ae the Law directs
of the Assistant Court of Appeal! at the Dated this 5th day of May, 1950.
Court House, Bridgetown, between the REGINALD W. BARKER & CO,
hours of 12 (nopn) and 2 o'clock in the | British and Foreign Patent and Trade
afternoon on Friday the 18th day “of ark Agents, 61 Cheapside, London
August, 1950:— t.C.4., England
All that certain piece or parce! of land For and on behalf of
situate at Dash Gap in the parish of M. BERTISH & CO., LTD

Saint Michael and Island aforesaid con-
| taining by admeasurement one thousand
six hundred and ninety Square feet or
thereabouts abutting and bounding on
| lands of B. Holder on lands of Alexander
Moote on lands of Benjamin Howell and



IMPORTANT NOTICE

on a road known as Dash Gap aforesaid + .

| leading to Hindsbury Road or however The Supply of Natural Gas
jelse the same may abut and bound, i Le
}and if not then sold the said property is being continued pend

| will be set up for sale on every suceeed-





ing negotiations.

ing Friday between the same hours until
| pe sass ts sold for a sum not less than '
| “Gites thts tot day of June, 1tno The Barbados Gas Co.,
| I. V. GILKES,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of LTD,
Appeal
} 6.6.50.—3n

















BARBADOS ADVOCATE

ae

equins, and there were white
('\vd-ci-paradism feathers round
} .ne bodice

~ But You



So iniatuated with the princess
| were the American reporters that
Os | they decided to censor the bird-
| of-paradise feathers, because it is
€ Vv R Th against the law in the United
se | States to wear them.
nee ommp = She had a 20ft. train, anc car-
ed a large spray of orenre blos-
hurriedly hiring a dinner jacket) (oo. oS white orehils
—_ the Strangest-ever royal! },. followed her mother to the
c- ‘SAN FRANCISCO. ! magnolia tree,
It is sueh a pity that Egypt's! One of the reasons King Farouk

King Farouk could not have been
in San Francisco. For all his
thunderbolts from Cairo, his young
ister, Princess Fathia, is honey-
mooning today with Riad Gali, the
commoner she loves.

And if her brother could have
seen her towards dawn today,
radiant in the happiness for which | j
she defied him, he might have been | :
convinced that it was as futile to

} does not like Mr. Gali is because
he is a Christian. That objection
sas disposed of.

In Arabic, a tongue he seldom
uses, Gali took a simple pledge
that made him, like the princess,

Moslem

And the imam, a bearded Pak-

ani, Who withstood all the
hbreats of King Farouk’s agents,
n the long lecture which is

u





try to stop true love as to hold!» :t of the Moslem marriage cere-

back the waters of the Nile aj}i jo ny.

thousand years ago, He did not miss a chance to
Perhaps it was not much of a}cy (icise King Farouk, who likes

royal wedding. If it was rank and

‘o think of himself as king of all

title he wanted for Princess Fathia » Moslems.
the best San Francisco could pro-
vide was an unknown American ‘A man who wants to marry



caybody,” said the imam, has the
i.ght to do so. It is against the
i.oslem religion for another man
to put obstacles ‘n his way.”
Then again he criticised the king
for making “distinctions” between
those who have titles and those
who have not, “Titles,” he said,
“may win our fear, but not our

igadier. And as for glitter, well,
alf the guests wore rented dinner
jackets.

The wedding took place in an
hotel ballroom, and the walls were
not thick enough to keep out a
night-club singer’s rendering of
jealousy” in the room next door

At the appointed hour I arrived

at the suite, so near and yet so| aflection or love.
far from the “tower” where his “No man,” he warned, “can
prineess had lived, a prisoner by| know the love that Allah has

her mother’s order until their reg-| placed in human hearts.”

ister office wedding of a month

Pimidly | suiy/August.

PAGE SEVEN







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LAND LINE LTD., (M.A.N.Z. LINE’) The M.V. “DAERWOOD” will
ss . . D Ee” sails .
Fe ae oar spate June | accept Cargo and passengers for
2nd. Sydney June 4th, Brisbane June r,
th arriving at Trinidad about July 2ist.| St Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada
8.3. “PORT WELLINGTON” | salls
Brisbane early August
Melbourne mid July N. Queensland
Sydney mid August arriving Trinidad
about Sth September.
These vessels have ample space for
chilled, hard frozen and general cargo
Cargo accepted on through bills of
iad-vg with transhipment at Trinidad tor |
@ritish Guiana, Barbados, Win#-7+ra _

and Aruba. Sailing Saturday 10th

inst

Messrs. B.W.I. SCHOONER
OWNERS ASSN. INC.,
Dial 4047.

Leeward Islands. bi
RNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD.,
Agents, Trinidad.
DA COSTA & CO. LTD.,
Agents, Barbados.

Consignee.

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NEW ORLEANS ee

Bdos
13th June
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ALCOA ROAMER

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———_—_—_—$_$_$_$_ $$ ——$_ TT
CANADIAN SERVICER
ee iis Sails Arrives
Name of Ship lontreal Balifax Barbados
“ALCOA PURITAN” May 29th = June Ord June 13th
“ALCOA POLARIS * June 9th June 12th June 22nd.
ALCOA PILGRIM” June 23rd June 26th July 6th

8.8,
NORTHBOUND

i i Arrives

tes ‘ ade “real” by a And then a final fling at the king Barbados
ee ae eee : , for quarreliing with his mother} s,s. “ALCOA PENNANT’ = June 12th — For &t John, Montreal and St. Lawrence
= 7 ve a - » ele Yo n > iver Ports

Nervous, but immaculate in over, -his sister's romance. The S.S. “ALCOA PURITAN” June 244th For Montreal and St. Lawrence River

te cee thm a black}#mam said: “A man can find par- Ports.

morning dress instead of a blac : : . ; River
tie, Mr. Gali handed us all a white| @dise at his mother's feet. “A STEAMER” July 7th For Montreal and St, Lawrence Rive

, , At last the imam turned to Gali. Ports

carnation, but said nothing. Ho.asked: "iad. ‘son ef Pall, will

you take Princess Fathia, daughter
of his late Majesty Fuad of Egypt,
to be your partner in life and
wife ?"

Gali almost shouted “Yes
the princess just whispered
response,

More Detectives

Then we were formed into
groups of 12, and, under the sus-
picious eye of another private de-
tective, group after group was led
Gownstairs and across the street
to another hotel,

There we were herded into the
ballroom. The detective locked
the door after us. If you get out,
he warned, you don’t get back.

But
her

Then it was over—the marriage
that all the king’s men had triea
to stop.

Gali did not kiss his bride under
the magnolia tree, That is not done
in Egypt. But everyone else did—
even the head waiter,

The formalities did not last long.

The ballroom seemed to be wall-
papered in white gardenias. A
board was set up, as lavish as any

in a Hollywood banquet scene] _ 1
and at one end of the room there|5e°on Queen Nazli was dancing
was a 12ft. magnolia tree. with everyone who asked her,

And the twice-married Mrs. Gali
was skipping like a school-child
at playtime from table to table.

Somewhere near dawn I found

Suddenly the doors were un-
locked, A gasp came from the
company,

In the doorway stood the queen,

and she was indeed a dazzling| myself dancing with Queen Nazli.
figure, Bare-shouldered, her gown!sje was. still saying. “I am so
of net had all the colours of the] pappy.” '
dawn from grey to rose. S a bling oy her gow 1
In her auburn hair she wore} Stumbling over her Soe
a diamond ‘tiara—“worth mil- managed to ask her what meppens
lions,” according to her lady-in-) ext. “Allah will show us,” she
Waiting. Then there was a dia-|S#d devoutly. “But I hope and (

mond necklace, and on her arms Many my = will aoe one, 1
she wore diamond bracelets from |S¢nt my other daughter and her
her wrist almost to her elbow husband home to persuade him

Someone clapped from the| We have met his objections now,
drama of it all, And then, shy haven't we: Sc
and nervous, came the bride, ‘If he does not forgive?” I

asked.
Wedding Gown The queen shrugged her shapely
shoulders,

She wore a Paris wedding gown Sorry, King Farouk, but you

of ivory studded with

satin,

GOVERNMENT

FOR SALE

TENDERS are invited for the purchase of the three storey build-
ing situated at Orange Street, Speightstown, on the seaside at the
north end of the burnt out area, formerly the property of Mrs,
Josephine Correa,

The building fronts on the highway and is to be demolished
and removed from its present site within four weeks from date of
purchase,

2. Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelopes not later
than 12 noon on Wednesday, 7th June, 1950, and marked “Tender
for purchase of one three storey building situated at Orange Street,
Speightstown, and addressed to the Colonial Secretary, Public
Buildings.

3. The Government does not bind itself to accept the highest
or any tender,

lost, —-L.E.S,

NOTICES





24.5.50—2n.

CELEBRATION OF THE BIRTHDAY OF HIS
MAJESTY THE KING

A ceremonial parade will be held on the Garrison Savannah at
8 a.m. on Thursday, the 8th of June, in honour of the birthday of His
Majesty the King. Detachments of the Barbados Regiment, the Bar-
bados Police Force and the Barbados Cadet Corps will take part, and
the salute will be taken by His Excellency the Governor.

1.6.50—2n.

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Cup and special silver medals 1 Indies fast he ‘ Tok RT. HON. the Earl Baldwir
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Jamaica with 341, Malta second mM} ible ri and John Gece D.C. (right), Mr. S unlif
With 330, and Hong Kong third ‘ held t ware J ee
with 316 biel the tumpe before Ping “
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Falkiar Isl { hed foug! ! ) hiv 7 fared hadl ri ers
in the Duk of Gloucester ¢ » the 1 innir losi }
with a score of 1,067 and B 1 1 bef ! lose hich Fi °
Hornturas -t vith 960. ‘Trim. lett them 277-runs in avoul
or iros nintl ith 960, Trin oa :
dad and da did not shoot fall, Mune} N ae
Br a mecca Readies Str ie aes | Sb aia le
Cup, Barbado inished fifth with Wt t tr et thep-ot f oO coc "
923. British Guiana did not Position. Valentine, who did 4
shoot. Jamaica “PB” team uW » the first inni t LONDON, June 5
fourth in the Re yey ith 3 o for taken two of the thre British boxing writers pici
and Barbados eighth with 249 Kets in the xe inni home boy Bruce Woodcock
ouieuter © falle whip Lee Savold to-night in th
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a + eat ante versions -of the World Ten,
R » Pathonnall ns «6Weight title
‘ b Hilton Woodcock 20t the edpe
: b Grice 6 to'4 in an informal po
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By M. Harrison-Gray : t 4’ the six who liked Woodcock p1
Y 3 _ Fettersalt ted that t
: Dealer: North , dieted th e bout uid
3 Game all ; last the scheduled 15 round
N. i Bookmaker are bettin
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The home players : t b. 4 Mar Weste s at the I
an undeserved success on § Referee: Mr. B Grandson we
§ this hand from _ the 1935 & N.B.—Due to the sodden condition o
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§ England and America. In 8 k Wicket 1 11 Harklft match 2
§ Room 1 the American Nori : j C4, 6-—« today, will be played alt Shell
® opened One Club, East bid s ; ee’ a am
§ One Diamond, and South § Dib waked ad gs ot ah maT : was eventually one down in § sh 2 t t
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searching left
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were as perfectly timed
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British boxin vorlad i ritishers are con- | He had the crowd rocking as he
now riding on the crest of wave it is the gospel truth skipped a hill-billy dance while
and bragging loudly Savold and Woodcock |bis fight-camp pal Glyn Harris
When the master of ceremoni i out of the boxing game ang “Klondyke Kate,’
steps into the rit at Wt ' eighteen months, and now | He had been fighting a shadoy
Cit before 100,000 boxing fa tryin to work off -extra | Savold the whole time he has been
on Jur 6. and lis into the mi jhere Every night he takes a look
crophane My lord lac wit deock took the hiding of jut the punch-by-punch film of hi
entleme hi ! nd co from Joe Baksi in a final jlast Savold fight
¢ fe hay ition bout for the world It leaks as though the Woodcoc}
Honest | mpionship over three years | plan will be to keep moving and
“ig ee idi {throw punches for the first five
He 1 bis a Hi Ww was fractured almost j round : ,
tocadnaot # ; iu rst Minch of the fight | London F Service
V ane uently he was found | aie ee eet
pien Gere : ' Le rom an injury |
x : . : ; to 1 nerve hich kept Will Ni £
My - ? his farkened room for l oO
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the British ci Boa of Cor \ t
a Pani; ' ind a truck, in separate : i
as : eal LONDON, June 6
Lia pr da 1070 i di ide, he gained Ted Schroeder, of the U.S
thumb hi ose t hollow victory over the | will not be defending his Singles
att 4 - d ; fs ng American, Lee Oma, | title in the Wimbledon Lawn
Chai i u defeated Savold when the lat- | Tennis Championships which be-
rown r is disqualified for a low | gin on June 26,
In London Puaet ; The Californian’s name wa
1 i now bo: that he | not among the entries for thi
Solomons will be glad to } rut egained his confidence | yent the closing date for which
the Winner of thi fight 1 2 1Onge i back peddler |W was to-day.
Charles, but on one condition. The : ording to Woodcock, Colonel Macauley, Secretary of
fight must be held in London a » put Savold to sleep | the All-England “Club, said “I
During the past two years m Rb eee th ae had a letter from Schroeder to-
American boxer hav appear: 1 e other hand, Savold i Won : lak unten: his
British eh ee any friends in England \ day, saying that he was sorry bu
: AB: PES AR, -S : , © babies in pushearts,| h€ could not make the trip be-
Mf oo AG Ese Bs gn¢ ; f autograph books | Cause of business.
\r ican managers, incl ol kids, and in bet tween | —Reuter
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TUESDAY, Jl\r ft |9M n \I:II\IMS \IVIH \ri Our Mon Say This is not the Interior of BritUh Guiana but Sunny fk rbados after the Rain PAGE FIVi: I Pai, A %  %  here; lne> had md and the advice of Mi Lepper and they and othei knew ihc tvnnle stor} conditions Mr Tanm-i Of LMMU Md ItlMI n UM it./vlr.ce of Albert*. %  position he hd> held wtM veal uiiaiiu prairie %  big U HjfLaili : %  A . : %  mie as against over 1.200 hero. OU rights mil uniranted over H at a.'t*js arc in Ihe Cram. i inn! jrrjj are III 194. the ....,' \ • .. | . cut %  AIM I) W future pcseir.1111 Oil is definite!) ntU he devoted h.niTlf to ; tkma, but none. I I anj thing u> do with oil. Ilji lot UM lasl two or three veai ha 'in. | ... experience, not M much iK-rhups with oil. as with OM %  %  lative i i rlozi OU I i DM %  . %  tt Hi.. arealth from theea i ies. Doubt him like flies round .. tv i if eondlUoM non thing like thoso In A • Tanner*! exper i ence would have :ne But the\ are quite different We have no reat Inland ureas sparsely populated, and of little value (the Canadian PBdl ills land at S8 00 to $12.00 pot aero). We have no boom, no proved productive area. On the contrary, just a cosily deep level exploration In a small, denselv populate.:, h i Jthly cultivated Island. But before the great extense of deep drilling is embarked on. science does now enable a decision to be made whether th* risk la worthwhile or not There can be no certainly of success, but barren prospects can be ruled out. It is on this preliminary erlcatilfk examination thai 111' or T L hnve been engaged, with the full knowledge and approval <,f the Government. But Mr. Bishop of Gulf Oil, who somehow or other has been maintaining contact with the Government here, was watching in the background. When it became apparent that the British Companies were continuing operations and then HU talk of drilling in %  few. ni-ii Hi'. il MiiiK '.'..is in dull, ult deduction that Ihc results of their preliminary examinations were not altogether unfavourable. So Mr BtahOP concluded that Gulf Oil •should join the party and was. it seems, welcomed by a Government thai had forgotten, or h,. to ignore, existing obUgal Mi Tanner, with only one applicant and little room for discussion, the Colonial Model form* being pretty well settled, might have wondered why he had COTM But with u second competitor in the Held, he followed the precedent set i>y King Solomon and advocated cutting Ihe infant in half." Now. as then, tha result has been that the legitimate claimant withdrew. Unfortunately the parable seems to go no farther. Mr. Loppor"! stipulations about seashore o|*>rations have been tossed over board along with QU I'M Of Ms recommendations. May I. admitting ignorance, point out that the seashore lights now granted to Qulf Oil He alongside ti g w. water area mopped out by Dr Bonn. Water is. I think, more valuable to Barbados than any oil royalties. If oil operations Interfered with this water rage it would be a real calamity. Let us consider another matter. W Will the search for oil be conducted more efficiently by Gulf Oil than bj the British Companies'.' A No. Both the British Companies and Gulf Oil .inwell equipped for the investigation. Q. Will the search be speeded up by the change over" A. No, on the contrary. Gulf Oil will now have to undertake trie preliminary examination that Tl. has aloeadCv undertaken. It A ill set back drilling considerably. Q Apart from any question of dollar exchange, is any financial advantage likely from this change over? A. No—theroyalties and charges acceptable by one would be acceptable by the other. But from the point of view of UU there III.IV in.i 1' DUE TO HKAVY MAINS over the week-end and . MaaonJ .vhciv Bverton Wea fc ee, Wl star batsman pla.vi.l n-.. 1 of I cricket, was %  %  %  Top Ritfhf Bottom lr* Bottom rn. i day tboj ii Small boj wadin through ih. Kensington Sund -< !" %  ; corner of this "S bend on the main In L : "wading through the flooded area The ear ei had' Island Gets Heaviest THESE ///Yin /. 1/VS Rainfall For The Year MA) Ri:r W> CROP THK HEAVY SHOWLKS that soaked the Island I turn Saturday nij;ht to Monday morning took a few he shortly after midday By 4.30 in the evening the) had relumed and thi* sky had that "all night rain* it araa tha highest rainfall of to telae the opportunity the \...r and held up actlrlUa> ting some of the oil in the City as the business day wharf BngtMl Ueed l.i started yesterday. Bay Street WUChei could DC heard School pupils and teachers had the ramlllai an unexpected free day. M the wWChtl lluni thl tround of this school, like many merchandise and colonial other grounds were flooded with 0B Ut the waterfront. water ,.., . %  • Three District Police BUttOttf I rilM-ess illce out of reach by phone ye,•* had collected yesterday on i AUoe PUj Field The largest ol ground the pitch, while tii-' tann an incline was Ires I poofa :h by phone yesterday morning District "F." District "D," and Belleplaine. No damage to Mock .. uported. even from last year's whi( flood area, but the paling around __,,_ about 18 Some Martha Goildardshoiis,. al the WJ()cr al(0l| , ou| „„,,,. oornar .... ....... Jload fell down on Sunday owing of th(1 irhl lni w;( lowU to the wind and ram The riclUu}t ,,„,, ., water gushing down from the w |,lch was also filled with watci Bridge Koad area caused the A small part of the |*M wall roadway at the corner of H.HS was damaged and the land In thai Road and Arthur Hill to be i -*a is gradually sinking Another flooded, reaching a height i,t i.„ K ,. .„,., inches at one section. alsi coUectfd lnasd< ( Sm.ill boyi were scon roa m i n g through the-. :i torch o< paru or the Queens cra bs. Park ground and the Combermere ground were flooded with School lto s water and small boys started their yearly campaign of "eatenDuring their IUI ing crabs lerday many acnool About one or two people let%  round tithe old flood area during tho ,hl •"itcf Which UU week-end but on no OCCaatOt towards lh.'a gftei ITU I %  %  >' wan any of the houses in danger ,am ' iast night Along II" 1 and no one slept ot the Belmont cmbanlp tnl i I etU tl Police Post as on fonner occasConaUtuUon Road, U %  tom. shrubs gave evidence ol whicii About midday yeaterda> w;,v ,h '' lighters and row 'boats began to Bu h > evening the d had ibsorL. %  and Unround was drained. On n kjenl of Iha area win interviewed by the "Advo ply again on the muddy water of the rgioanaja This change in colour of water WTien the rain lin.1 abated the li,-p.i.-,m.-ii flrx| )ob WM baillni the water which had %  t iimulaleil In the iMiltom itf th' n hit <* flned ,m IV Will there be a dollar gain? ,' rronkly, I have no idea OUU Oil. itself a veo' powerful concern, ione section of really li ti'inmercial and interests that control great enterprtaes gtrotelH ing far beyond the U.S Gulf Oil alone should have large sterling funds from Its association with AngloIranian in Ota K.i over, a day or two ago you reported the arrangement by the U.S. oil companies to sell petrol for sterling So. apart from its U.S a %  • G Oil would appear to haw all the sterling needed for Its commitments here. But who can say whether dollars or pounds will be used? We can only lie sure that they will use whasuits their own %  Ian best from time to time Indeed, since an apt dollar gain in one p'acv may be offset and more by a dollar loss in %  It Is futile to guess These international transaction are quite different from tourist spending. But all these matters, interesting though they may be. are really quite beside the mark Th %  vital question Is not wl l Government have made able arrangement, but they have acted in' fu In various arguments, went I k to normal iftei midday The ihOWei Ml rain had no effect on iha PoUca" which u sunken In tininner basin of the •." Just a small ,,„t ol ringings and the twt ts or this vessel could still f CamGarden Bt Andre IU when he had found hm Kuilty of having stolen a quantity of breadfruit on '. ':: i .1 rfonoun order* • paj i i T ill ntBBI M %  MM M %  told ihc Advoeat I %  M %  I. (H the S< %  reach Ihe canes 11 Ing in th. icld ha rot the II wl'. %  ,n tf on lh' 1 lUllll Ha pointed out thai • %  %  %  .' %  %  i-.ur U1CM :. i the month % %  • %  y\ %  and %  hall reals that Ii th • Id I < %  reaped. J i iy %  elr crop A 11 t\ B| HfM NT! 01 PI J(tsi in ai i \dv>c.tn %  ' N sa i ri aha Uttu bdand area < %  ( SI I The one %  . %  Hi-. h W llili: nil; MATCH Bt rWBBN w 1 on I %  %  %  m %  . R.C.L. Cup 1 imeat %  X: i | %  ilip ... % % %  %  warn to the wlcl knocked up 168 r i %  %  p GUI : %  %  %  D Pi %  %  ltd %  layi C BAJturj am kRDti ot M*I > int.i %  %  tiding thl fl Bl %  %  %  %  Say$ Planter %  A win HUM II n\ u 'l Kill II %  I Ld Victor ired hut rlghl Iha mule %  %  pill M t II I 4l I Hll N I u.i. t Pale rraetaea Match, AqaaCc Club, .%o pm. M. 'ni i loaasi ".".Mi SIL-P henl >.i Jam", at 7 30 p m. I-ewin argue*t that the land which tha breadfruit I %  • wateTTheM C 'Mf ,h •"•"""" %  %  " "itffitr ^ Bpm, -' le '"rt. his mother of -N will ba. v l c d n "o^ draught knew nothing, had li-ft it fo. n its him. He • an interpleader's claim had been brought ken'. i,v his sisters nnd hm the land iid had %  een I of the rain which it stored Schooner captains who the hatches of the vexs.l tred dMrirtn,rain, were gla I B %  f the same disfrankly, furry and honestly On '"' %  hounht Hie face o. it thev have not and *• ''" "' uh lhat is what is so disturbing pro.luce.1 the title deeds to .t C E SHEPHEPi) Colleton House £3 fine Fcm May 3i. 1950 'Editor's Note: The offer made to B U.O.C. and Trinidad leaseholds was In U | i f UM Government's rab %  %  of with the right Co lease half thi. area lor 21 years renewabl* for a farther 21 years if the f**** so w,sh iMd further that they should be given first choice of the four subinto which it was proposed tt divide the island for prospecting purposes. In addition theshould be granted 30 per cent of certain of the territori.it waters, with similar rights as regards leasing The balance ren namely M %  with a rieht %  Gulf Oil %  .Mon. Speeding f \ %  H i Disl • A dered to ramah %  Court of \ lor and Mr II A Vaughn wh*-i I'cnry '; |. Michael, withdrew hk a gg fine which had bei-n imposed upon him by Mr. Ifan"'•-U who foui %  %  along Black Rr--k on A when he commltb The speed limM %  long %  nd Trent ;-er hour I Mi Clean taw h'm .tj B %  JJ %  NOW FBESB IM I1IW l>li.ro\ I HOW get your supply from H. JASON JONES & CO.. LTD.AftMb. %  %  %  %  a EPHEDP.OL I/III My relieve! COLDS and CATARRH It dears die na-.-! paa%  agaato ramovc ataffinc u and iha dlatri • ing con< dilii.n. id In .i,l i,i* and ..it.irrli [ hi p Hi ut I *.'l appUcadon bottle la inhn-tel\ better than ipray >r Jr.>i>[ .r. and an i Bffied v oDvanlcnU) in handhau i.r pm kct without tear .il leakage. MwU b. I ; "".bl. ir..m ,|| | ruc stores: DrHUrTg i rn u m\ I DggrrfUBi TOKS. 2 Fishermen Drift To Martinique he ii—i '".ol .in %  i \ 10L' They ... atat at the earliest Th.^ | kald ti„. %  %  % %  : I %  i Not Argentine Polo Ponies ritK in.", pa ..pi tui LI . new mi.nuts %  . %  %  %  n *fi i. ,n of the %  -. hlcli the from the n is hoped th.it the %  conditioned Polo Betd wtll bo %  thai the laesj earn iii gel do %  on* hard %  %  %  The itttic in oul on Baturdai IhO POlO nojd and BO gunes were played, hul |utl .i ol mne of the animals SPECIFY "EVERITE" ASBESTOS CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS AND "TURMLL" ASBESTOS WOOD Onfy \pfM>aled for Mercy \ i'. i t..i Ens I sals H.iii i rsoi the Aalui of Appeal Mi >; i !..;..1 .md Mr ii A Vaughn was rterdaj Ena Thomas nnd IH-..II tincd i i bj M, H A rah %  P Magistrate of DieIn. t "A" when ihe had been found S niiy <>f having espoaed frull on Idoae Street to be nld The Aence wai committed on May I %  iv told the court that she t i i Bodih Harm: £3 to ba I..,I.I in it dayi i" :u default one monthl . Bruce Haynaa ,. II %  rei : .i.i. i ,.,; %  ..v n. Worship Mi n Orlfflth yeatardaj Ha ..-. also put i %  •! [2 II.. %  i i He arm found 111] harm on Alfred Maj i i,, givi •iditi, | !,, the COUrl Alfre. Haynaa said he was stru Mulder with a sink stained al ihe Oen A he,,, an as Ihal he I,.„I ., .|, KhT nvetiing lt u,,. bach ot hta cheai orehi ihowed thai no bones %  • %  %  broken "Cruiser" /(rings Police llorsen ? !" M bora. | [he Island yeah """ nstsrr f,„ n,,, of the Police nine be%  '"' %  | entei ih. Po|| c o bi thl pora .", r ," ,,l "" %  W fo, BrlUsh %  i .1 REAL BARGAINS! FANCY STRIPED COTTON BEDSPREADS • HARD WEARING • FAST COLOURS • EASY TO WASH • WILL NOT CREASE in USE 70" x 100 $7.36 90" x 100 $9.38 HARRISON'S Ladies look! Clip on shir I hangers Ea Khus Khus hangers. Ea. Cables' Khus Khus hangers, per i ol 2 Handkerchief Sachets 'Khus Khus) E.i M..ndkorchiel boxes (Khus Khus Ea si. ae •Lao si.on S3.ie •3.4a OUR HOMf PRODUCTS Did CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD IHt Y1H II.Iw Tin: BEST SUM. VALUE f SELECT A .... VALOR STOVE NOW II ill. !///.#; f.v IA-J in it \i II Minn § s ,„ COl 1BTESY GARAGE Uhilcpark — (IIOHl III IIM>I l.'lll.l — Dial 4391



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PACP rori: BARBADOS .\l>M" in TUESDAY. UM t 1*511 BARBADOS SI ADVOCrfTE Tucsilii>. Jane ti. 1 %  .• %  IIAIIIIIS AS A RESULT <.i !. %  made by the Vestry ol Si <'ity mi October ol last ysau DftlT) owners, however made representations i" the Vagary and as n result the removal date tended t<> October "I this ygeu The Regulations reflec te d the attempt of the autli i %  place dairies outside the n Ur fortunately ilattorjl did i:i t give i.i %  nova] nor U %  made for COmpenSBtloi whuse means ai livelihood H to an end as n mull ol tin local government. While it is true' that thf dairies which, becausi' <>f too close laToxiBV ity to other houses oi | insanitary conditions should nW !>• ellowed to continue, then,:. which were developed under the Mipervialon ol the sanitary euthoritiet, which era iltueted in pn area tome distance front nther houses and which are In every reapeet models for the running of dairies. Under Ira latkms the latter at. weQ ai the (orm i are scheduled for removal. Such a policy cannot be a wise on Bai bados does not have %  supply of milk BUfBciesitly Urge to enabh u I to afford to destroy dairies which are run in an efficient manner. The obvious solution is to give the Director of Medical Bar discretion in the exercise ol Us powei under the Regulations and. if need be an appeal could lie to the Law Courts rrom the decision of the Director Ol Services. No tim should be lost by the Vestry In making the luweaaary sjnandmenta, The dairy owners should have ample notice if any further reprieve will be act i them or whether an altogether nags and more enlightened policy will be adopted. Dairy owners who have to seek alternativ e accommodation will undoubtedly have difficulty in finding suitable places to transfer their dairies and may he compelled to sell their cows for the purpose "1 butcherIng, rn such sfl eventuality the island will be deprived of sources of fresh milk which will not be easy to replace and which in some cases could have been avoided without prejudicing the health of the community or the cleanliness of th,. t'itv. WELCOME IMOiniATlOX THE cinvvrnnu'iit is in i>.congratulated on the pub .cation of the new Civil List revised up % %  > July 1 %  -< printed by Ihc Advocate Co., Ltd. The new volume, the first printed tinea IS38, contain! useful information which not only members of the Service but businessmen as well as others always want to know. The lack of knowledge of ihc various departments .,f the .Service and its personnel has been the ground In the past of much unfounded criticism. The new List will remove much of this. In addition it will enable those arhoaa Putin— takes them to various department! to save lime for themselves and annoyance to busy clerks by calling on the personnel whom they want. One feature which is most valuable is the settini; out of the various statutory Boards. The ,:ie..ti i ,, it,,,,, ,,f ,| u p U bhc service rendered In this island has been on boards which at one period of our history spent more than half our tol jM'iuliture. On the whole the new List h btl well compiled and Its publication is extremely welcome. % iofLVni Trends In Education Puhiattaiarj %  eosofary u> ihc B'.Nt HI tduciliun London l:-l40: and Member tl iMh-nirnt | SM tuinl.lll.-il CniU-ah 1'MU'l.iawe, i!.*;. m. •'tore me .it June. 1944, ihui Uk plscsd on .'< %  i King* For I n • in bnUsh history J .... %  %  %  %  %  %  By Kenneth Lindsay %  %  being body. hana and heart Tan %  •qulsftad body of Ms %  • i ... %  .. %  %  (ions which are springing up all the '-'nit* 1 Kingdom. hut. oios. then* ar? | %  | I mhling< Uort lion ha< i-' I Mil A r I i I %  %  national gystcn i euUUsd %  %  %  I all dUldrtn row hove to bt aUoostad aftti i PrlAWy Education to one of the many forms ot 1 Thf number "' %  mas or local chain an over i nit ISO and of i:to former headmaster and now Director of ht DsvaitBMnl Of Education at 1 .f..i i I 'nivi'i-iti siiivev.in ,i recent book. "Modern Trends in Education." some of the problem* that have arisen us a result of the Education Act of 1U44 He finds himself in general sympathy with the new horizons presented by IBS l.forms, but is quick tci cent on pre-war numbers MOCt than 200,000 boys and Kills are experiencing part-time education during working hours Th youna people are between the •SM of |5 and 18. which WBS %  veritable no-mans-!..nd bfl w;n Youth clubs. Scouts and Guides, and scores of Church ami Cadet orgn n 1 z a 11 o n s abound. Hnance.1 and SSShmWl by the St ite and 1-ocal Authorities Education in Britain has grown out of priu-in sl noes i' • ther than blue-print slant tug-of-wai %  %  school. Dr. Jerks is eoi this dilemma throughout his headings 11 %  The English traditioi. %  %  ad) t-alled public school such as Eton. Winchester and %  %  i-HeiKf ontal rout' l..ughl This lehsel .. Medarn SecSc'hool. or a Workers Education seminar A school s ss a spiritual sn % % %  %  %  • %  I raetlasd i tl I learning sctivlt) %  • >i.*n an irt-iurr. icivm, on eharaeSei b. i| . th**. • %  eoBBBodaaaMi i saiwlias' it i. fr iir,, roaaa I ih* there h an t utl toiiirru over thr im rc.i-u; s # %  • I aeaoaasi over e.irl spcclali** Stain fni iiui i\> rviminalinnv "irr fuvsy inleilernrr b> ulmui ii .1 ... what ihc actaal ronduci ..I school*, 'hristidi. Doctrine of Pcrsunal Value The names of RoUSStaU, Pi'Stlio//;. Dewoj end Margam Macmkllan (the pioneer of Nursery* Education) still mean much to teuchers in Hi.* iln II i I doctrine of p onal value has been ro-asaerted In svary aoojulry and report priMlueed in modern Hi Jacks, whi B i.'Hlerrating tSChnlcal and good administraHon, comes SOU iifmitelN on thi the humanists. In the last 50 years e.nn .,ti % % %  be l" • %  %  :i%  :n' s Sfld more an instrument or national policy, and in some countries prostituted to serve the onclu'ivc IntorOBtl nl the State. Dr Jacks In ..haptcr .'iititl'il INational and Soiial Serin. bM some wise words to say on the social function of the School, n iv the beiKt hold m Britain •;. it bJldren snd sduli It sn most by prac^Mii*; den %  %  LI.-S .if .. :i,(n.'il Youlil groups to Ti tda Unions, from Women's Institutes to I tive Unions. It is notable that all %  .'. B robsatai i leues, when M'lf-government is the rule, have expanded their educational activities, in mam i-..-.-s < st:ihlis(iing summer schoo's or even permanent Colleges These. tOgeth* • With Ihc Primary and Bococdsr) schools, are 'he real workshops .. naSJi '.hei. Social responsibility is engendered uie.us POPULAR BUI STILL LONELY H AlUBB II.ri M LON: el) and popular SI all fur Britain's nine Liber... %  Ms to te their MSI n with wlnnsng anot i their way to ce kind E\ %  nail srous which votes with nave invited orthodox Lt eral^ %  i .i ; %  ful part) now i Bngely insecure it di sn National I. %  : '• whom Davir. her:, ise .i rt with the S lr ihe .JLC of the Conservatives, the Liberal • I . %  n | • : %  . will i %  tli '.' %  to do so starving that aftw mdentandlnj : rd Mu> nlhjii BS iluitinan of the I leral party executive Some feel that Byeri I mori hkch to heed the tory siren son,;s than Ird Moynlhan What happens, the Liberals are bOUS si light after by persons who maj inleroNted m Liberal theories than in the 2.C0II.0O0 %  for Liber.iU at the February general BUS BOO This is one of the party"* principal anuses of HiL-lr.it ion Its spokesmen claim Bhat 2,600,000 DOUld have more than nine members to | than i % %  BDOUl live times as many VotOS, Sfon ITtOt times as many seats. Hi. Ubarali inherit a great tradition and ars that tht %  %  aaanl great proportion of the people. So tht K.illnig t0 be reduced to what even then porters acknowledge to be a ragged %¡ arliament. \ thai WOre not enough, Da vies Ud |y sdVaiad to puck up | i and become a political society. The li Sunday Observer editorially advised the Liberals to ponder this possibility while the chance ren BUM If ihc Liberals chose this course.* id. .u', i. Bid, "they would keep tin but they WOUld no longC! claim to rank as a major party--or tDdOSd SS ll .ill in the or.in si SB I Th"y would become a political society, devoted to iindlng, working out and promoting ccrii>i> Ides and eekim: to gel these sdoptod, cither in full bj one of Ihe othoi parties, u In part by both i n.ulution would not i\U) form .. I.ilI eral governrnont, i>ut to make this ; \ ., country. The time m s when only through a far-seeing act of political abnegation by tin Liberal parly can Liberal though! -.urvive" -(C P.) D.v.scorr TODAY'S SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE 6(1 In x IS In. 2* In. x Itiin. 24 In x 16 in. i i llliii III M ri.\III) MIltlttlK MOVEMENT illHi\ HtNGBfl CUPS a i tit:M R8 MBBOR HAiis i„ ] in., li, in... I' ins GLASH RHELVES — -'I ins. and .10 lag. \ ', in. thick ITROLirt: TABLE TIM'S — \A bM di.m WILKINSON i HAY MS CO. !s Them Suits 'ftajftuna/ report* thai one company buys its executives' suds to keep them presentable Even small companies. It says, employ landscape gardeners %  who not on!> look ..Hei UM factoq r h odod er atro ns but also the company chairman's farm." II tolls "i reavsntan who will not work overtime because of the 9s. tax. but who will work on u relay %  • Ihe on't t'l.n,—one dur< one's d.inu-.i.[ di. Jayt but nobodv'i at aft fnierritrd."* iging •ken coop for cash that noes unrc) ... rtod Muoved h> Hope ii allegss thai "i at la other d I S S I have brought sbt ul i i ii-.,, dounioraUot %  oi publM inorals." But Fortune concludes lh a-l arks, and liddles are not nearly so important as other u that hs kepi tns British sn going ISBf* men ami 'hen salaried employee H up by ho.,., of sn aartj i i They lust doot bctlovo In prastnl taxosi %  i as Ri ,.: them going, Britain's Cmncb n K .So. in spite or the burdens which Cripps imposes on successful enterprisers, these Amortcan etassrvars are eontident U i lenee by 1B52. whi n Marshall anj CIKIS Tincomeback of Britain," they 111 not bs .i triumph for Sods • aura %  .,. I 11 can pull it off. who know they iic no longer ting the busli %  reeaptme of -i large pint (not all) of has former social The original liipi'ab.t teuritrj li upli I'nll l-lnjjnfinwnl with t h wm tit ... COCKTAILS HEINZ I'l.ilN (MIVIS-l'i hoitl. S 57 COCKTAIL ONIONS Per Imltl,77 COCKTAIL 1 HIKiilEN iMaraaehlno)— Per bottle 54. A 71 COCKTAIL CHERKIBS ICnw de Men the) Per battrs 77 CHIVERS COFFEE E88ENCE—Per bottle 88 IIE.W'ESStS XXX BKAMM—I'.r hi.Mle 5 ti I'er Plaah SSo, sad 3 24 OOCKADR FINE KI M—I'rr SSltts I U BOLLOWAT8 llRV filN—Per hSitls 2 58 MANX OV8TBR STOCT—Per imtllr U sI.MMOMls MII.K STOtT Per hottl ( .29 HEINI Silt tIMII ri:.\>. I \KKO'|s. SPIN M || Pe Tin STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO. LTD. —I.E S. BRITISH BAMBOOS IT IS well known that bamooos are a common growth in many Eastern countries but ll ratht to hnd them Hourishm* in Britain lint they do gtow there, satisfactorily, nt Frederick Ncttlingham related m a BBC programme. Mans have a clump of bamboo in IhS and us, the canes for staking other plants th.il M8d rupport, but Mr. Nettlingham grows hi^bamboos commercially and has started a new British Industry. Ho beggo ins new business by Chance, when he picked a small bamboo |tsm lorn inches long from a rubbish dump. It had one little leaf and two frail and threadlike roots Nettlingham planted it and to-day It Is a clump housand canes twelve to Alteon feet high. The Nettlingham bamboos now cover well over two id hfty acre* of ground neor Itodmin in Cornwall and are known locally as "the Cornisi jungle Every week as the bamboo growl spreads Nettlingham and his assistants make i\.\ roadsandnc^ aratarways for Irrigation Thai haw replaced scrub, bramble, nettlctied. I ..mi bracken by those sturd} bsimboo canes, which grow along the valley, up the hillside. of ughl into the woods. When men who have served in Burnn come to the Cornish Jungle thai can hardly baltavo their ayes and walk sboui Bmong tha bamboos in a dream. Frederick Nettlingiiam llnds that growing an-. rolling Ihoao tropical canes is a profitable buainssi They ara chiefly In demand ai plant stakes but %  <• • % %  •• used for making fishing rods, tsathsi '-tfee apples and trollv> pole-. < n g..li Dd in watercress beds and by schoolinaatars who make musical pipes from them. ThCornish bamboos are ef good exported to most European countries and Ofl Commonwealth ones but Mr. Nettllngha that every lensible Hntish gardener should f.r..\ lump for himself "to meet hi no wife's curtain rodi nothing of the artlds ol correction foi hi oiTspii look rouble to the BartuHk Dot neat and asked for help i suggested in ihe C 4onial Office that this gave an opportunity b) acquire • %  I Oil rights. The Colonial Office %  reed and bogjan lo manosu vr s In 1048 the Colonial Office sent Mil in oil expert, Mr C \\ M npor1 on tha desirpu Dtd bam dev : vesting in the in .. %  ".he mineral right* In Pstroleu and th, ~ BOd should net in exchange Jt le a Preana rt l n g Llcencs In th Model Colonial KOIM, ovar the M hole IsU Hs fui Ihe. Sdn l sS d that no over ihe bed of the nea should le granled until boon devolopei and there was evidence that the productive Jt re. „., i,kch ,. v "and the Policy to I and iwnealh the sea. He" also ln"• i-for Oil Prospecting and (Heated certain advisable prelimDevelopment". He was to ad vis. m.irv snqUlrlOfl bttoro ni.ikinti any i oil mining leglsSUrh STant. to protect fishing and d the subsequent issue ""vuprtlon. .res. " on '" Mr. LepIn January 1S49 he reported RT r ^ Professional competence opinion Tt wVs lhou h om '' mnv ,hmk ,h: '' n '' required But he was In i unit, cull position, i". Men ol his inI On the development and operating The Li rung Interests scram-nble to Government though ii demolished th, fl U oil rights, it pn Sacuse for exproprlatim; %  n %  at rtoi i thei I" giving individual I..: i... ilUt could he no obiectlon to the reded uionopob m prospecBcausa, af compel praspocuni wore pei ould go the Ul lo huh Mr Leppar attached such ;', %  sole excuse for expropriation To carry out the leeoiiur.. i dgHons of the Roport s draft Rill nted to the House of Asramblyj twa it differed from these ni-ommendallons b) depi dividual landowners oi any share In the loyalties After a good deal of controversy, during which -he Iteport was referred to, the Legislature gave back to the I cr* the Sfa per had recommended 1 I lation is now the Potrolt IB50. M should be noted thai the controversy was limited to Mr Lo poor's expropriation and did not toucl corrunondatl in the meant Ith of the uovornrnt Trinidad %  and had I thai I the 1 and had been carrying out the noBCtantiflc investigations before drilling It may be noted thai t'.uif Oil put: %  ,,. • ,,r .,„ i, operations si ggo.000 per month As soon as this Petroleum Act %  %  iic law months ago prints, \Mth some small excopi the B U.O.C.'s leas SB exist. The B.UO C anpUad foi Ihe conPTospr-cting Ueanct OVSf the Island and wero turned down Thej BTSSS not ever-. DRerod ihe 7tr; their leaara had • nts upbbahod, it U <> c TrtnM %  Mr Lappsi have all ai.ied together and sslde. It is an extraordinary and disturbtng I have special sympathy for bscauss Barbados oweK I O.C so much for the tha late I>r Senn. His %  lbs Island Water Suptnsoss orawwruoncs to Barbados, and n WM a gift The Offleial account of the meeting vilh the !i V O C and T L. ie enterprises and THnl S v.ii to this conference from England and Trinidad, wuh two Leading Counsel in attendance, it seems incredible that they would |us1 walk out, like .. Soviet .' %  %  the United Nat.had boon Borns piovocation in that mnde eourtaous duwusdon Imnoadblt The in don is no j wbcthei I | i ind XX, wars snas or unwias to leave the conference, but whether our Oevei nmant had actod fairly and honesUj in doctdlng, not to issue the Prospscting Licence i.. ii.u.o.c. bole udand Th* curious thing t.i mi' is that 1 do not see u tage lo Barbedos from %  Of failh What advantage has been gained b> Ihe .(• the Island and hand approximate, ly half to Gulf 0|] Unless Providence has arranged %  %  invoke i i as a unit 'a advice. faco to th. Tanner Thai really i< not fair • On rase 5 .SEKVEA 2)t^ rfim VEKfHOHMHG ll •


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• PAOl SIX %  IR8ADM Unfit \Tr TUBSDAT, Jl'VK nsn BY CARL ANDERSON PRIZES TO HOLDERS OP LUCKY NUMBERS t O i3 M =£=s.. \W. MICKEY MOUSE A-L R'S-\S -\~ ^r "TUB PaUL T ?=AS8E \ 0= MOOOrt / ". -BLPVIX [-* BuT, AVGOTCHA NJJ'SB TC AAOST ^BAHES WOWAN S-OuLP vou HBI_C US ? J\ *& %  %  BY WALT DISNEY 5^C i %  -^ DAGWOCD.'~ %  i %  BY CHIC YOUNG L_ h THE LONL RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER pec STueSS* GNG _/—*^0OC"V NGN TJI H6* IN *HW STOW*, -K we CAN PfiOrt -lt w GW6 16 ttl.e^l All M S3 BOcWMT ] : : I .Til H*E %  %  OtW U 01000! — x*X \vtQH'Wii.OUP S**3#4Ct %  I TUINIC vou MVF A &NE VQlCt? r [MAT* ._>,' ?. ^M <5CtLV HE'S 0>'• • WITH A CCP' HE MUST*-* TVCUSWT i WAG C"CK*.' .. a < RIP KM v ~77: *N0 -6 RH*_ ThiNfl! IOOA V-RvE-CS %  B 3S %  ---C**...AND c^*v PULLiO AN E\ %  '. ._ J-sMS-viTO ON MA*. T>E 3*. C"B-ON %  i |""IMI OPTMMBIfl iLACfl WM.O —r. ... THE PHANTOM B Y ALEX RAYMO; I 3 A FOR C-.CB IN vcvfl LIF A L.. >U kJSTtpN -O Ml AND NGVE* VK* P9 CEL.ESS je*.i_•"£.. '~ %  .it T' '-—— —^ ^\ ^ BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORi ; BIS -: K WHTACeut>? PHANTOM TIME HAS COVE.' I I I FOR QUALITY & FLAVOUR STANDS SUPREME I *it <-st i 1 rrimi %  >•" FUail 'MALI. .. FtAdll. I \H(.| %  Kill .. I'litVH .. iiMArrii IAN< "llll HMNOItl.r* •IK\MI1l II i i T %  HACMAUIII livm CAUOI* .. BAKID it-. r-ttn i iiriN'/ \INI. \y SIl'ART & SAMPSOiN LTD. MeMi US OOD5 %  MACKICREL ! Bills. Little Chip M .i rm i hiil.. Tins UMII Rolled Oals „ Swift's Porkham .. ., Hani Loaf Veal Devilled Hams Bots. Marcnnochie's Tomato Ketchup I INCE & Co.. ltd. : > CIAL i;n now: I n I : STYLISH LADIES' and CHILDRENS' SHOES With l^,w iv,.,!,,. hi White Naburk and Black Surde ALL SIZES IS STOCK FASHION ( III V THINS IN III \HIVIMII lil.ls-lULOISES. SKIRTS. SLACKS, Hot SK fOATd TENNIS SHORTS. HI N. II WEAR ETC %  I.OYI.WA. .miss VIIOIV rf^P^fa I DIA Wm. FOGAHIY LTD. ^ Give glass s new sparklewithout effort (ililtennt. spoils, (iljs* and no u.uei needed— just a little Wmdolene spread user the glass, giie il a moment lo dry then polish it ligluK The result is raullless. spaikling perfcclion. Windolene C&OHS ffaSS t#£S&/ £ ftUctfa ANY sum ro WKSMWI. MIMORt. UTrtl RMMMntaMRMcr 4M2 — Furniture (Inc. in British Cuiana) 4261 — Office 43 — 4661 & Bl tl t l ln l lii-pi. Dry Goods li.pt FROM OVR ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT WE CAX QIOTE YOC OX SWITCHES. CEILING ROSES. BATTEN HOLDERS ADAPTORS. JUNCTION BOXES. FLUSH RECEPTACLES. CORD HOLDERS ARROW PLUGS, SINGLE is DOUBLE CONNECTORS. WOOD BLOCKS—Round. 8quare and Oblong. C T.8. PLEX. FLEX. IRON CORD. ADHE8IVE TAPE Our prices are the lowest. Tho World's BltiGEST SflALI.-t„r buy* flrlHin cull! oji mam MtrTIt, .'.ord r*llH'M *U Iht •tspartmi isKtaiiriai i& ':.;io/ix


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• II <• .1 .1 %  Ill IKI. I • .1 . Batrkitos Mincate P^\ r.vr rn ( .. WE'LL TAKE ROOT IN THE U.K. r 11 Pact Countries Pool Shipping Tit Meet Possihlv \X or Pvrio. i*. wju in Id %  i..%  card— t .o*ied ul nil nnn. field pi it ofTll Churchill Tributes Baldwin K. t-.-llfl.il !hi.I lit. I a cC plan mi cli i i ihai couni %  • •' ISO II ul % %  i.: i. conk) i.l eincraencv '. Ill %  to do wttttln II %  work i.f the North At antt at %  i h> i own '<< '• %  %  %  ... %  ould rnll.il i .... .... I '.' %  %  *' bnporuuBn %  ii Penison sain U I %  i i ba %  : loo in pnnctpl dot b Ion wo ild ba mod H to the best roiitril.ii! netlm couM make %  B I %  . %  id 9l .:-!..• %  thai tl ASTi.ry. Wore* u > i Wiaatoi Cfaui 11 late Stanley Bold lorn %  hud %  vei known Churehil arvatlvi I .ii o/ Inter war yew wl o dlf i on Dt*emi*>r n 1047, In I %  la| mm nj i 1 %  'oaldiIhu hill, who iA'-l .. lot | ,-' i H ltd i' OUU *-."I I* raica upon Brituri British rortunaa "In domestic poUU pS ot • vcrnn Ml ui-ogmsi.il .. you rould have found fa ...,.. E Mwrailons." Churchill uldwin achieved tu triumph-, in th 0 1934—2 I istratlon. One was Foreign Affair", whnr he -'i-ininrrt" s %  Austen Chamber la ii m negotla*. Uu the la* t of .liOcamo Thi Krvoiid waa tin' rAeadUg inn living standards f the British 1 eople. Churrhill enri Bnld.v company over India l hold U v.ewa I Ihon oxpr*-*fil". tha CO I eervallvc Laofloi Hid, %  Iho British nation in nil Ihc par! hav* endorsed Baldwin'Views •nu thp con a oquoncM that followed from them, no one who -.cceptert his guidance then it I nweaHh < ountrli in %  i At tha meeting it \< .i aid that aadatatM a arttai troduaUj and over Hie next six yeara. I Ii ..I .ml would be orAithin thnext few months The aarlatanoo would ix nvailnble in other than < wealth counMaa in S)uth and Southeast Asia. %  Coml i i %  RlO I nmuu m ll %  rlRht to reproaeh now "—Can I're* his roonorJ Atttee Reviews Schuman Plan Greatest Eruption Of Century LONDON, l Attie* md Ma Cabinet day reviewing th*. % %  with France Which led I daciaioo to rcas a man Plan Confel laier Hi.month. Both Mi. Attlee_on.! the Chon nt nlhlf:,ll ,-HMI leakm rd ea .... I I', ch i-ith f <' he mad. istcri.l tnnrerenr%  ......... .^, ,.,... view* into line. e, ondam i i aiound t %  I Chinese Shell British Shift: Six hilled HONii KONli %  .klUad whan N %  %  Iho Jtl.tl I I Iliiii;" Ofl "" coast on %  ;. fan Seven e wounded b 1 %  %  hen the %  to Intarvana She rent hoi with a medlrnl porl> to tend th* woimded, md mm n •i dutli h Minif" to | • Hooikon 1 i H %  II by Bi %  for iinnakoiiK win n h • rrn —Item Free World Can Resist Comniuiiisin DeckrrvH Aclwsan WASHINGTON iKCRE rAB i OF 8TAT1 lean Ach< I dani tlut the !' %  eqUat* to meet the CommunUi ll %  bel re the Hou v i ol Prmirtent Trum. i I aiKRWH reci %  with I ropean Furei n ru i onl • %  %  r taw h Military Ai : profran n a a •. top t thM of war*' trhi % % %  .I. i Ian •• I %  Utai % %  li oi uSa world with tha ai i I it ho SPORTS WINDOW Russia Menaces US Rubber Supplies rubbei mdusin %  la 'I'l... f'..lf Be '' Servic. Bub-eomu iiif i*uii streaiu r M a at •• KespoitMihlt? r.s. si.p Dp Synthetic Riibbe; Production %  i %  %  %  ' %  ., of the n IUU IKfi.ru i;.-iii i OTTAWA. 1 Canadian en A nertcata cienUsts; will this month try to dcterniino. amotiu other thin a*. whether the Gulf Stream .eenpoii iblr foi l( | elimatiand f". |fj || ... fields so trr* i haadquarten here and ih* Hi gtophic Office of IHL'i • | Navy in Waahlngton announc~l[ last rdanl thai even United! States and i dps woulil make the join' Dr R H. Fleming. HydroEr..; scientist ol |ha n compri 3f,o n an -Ua-i eloniifi iv.ll aurai i ocean In the starting to-day The Burvay b DodJa-nam^d •operation cab" I Cabot who flrt eneounterel thr stream In n %  I CM am I ipture of Souiti1 A la aBuri .i N %  I %  ' % %  UN i| ot Imp it ixree l rona d with i —Iteulr, Girls 1 School May Be Outlawed Read Banned literature SINGAPORE. June .' %  %  a %  a meson two) ihould nor i* Since then th: dtclared an unlawful otiani-Germai I I Man II | i — Krulrr %  %  Trumirn Signs Foreign Aid Hill WASH! 1 %  nt Trumnn todav signo'l the $3,121 an Aid Authorisation Bill which sa %  % %  • die 1 on th> "point fa • kward areas %  %  %  I i Unit %  Mali %  %  %  BELGIANS RECOUNT VOTES i • i %  %  %  ling ..i 100,060 %  %  : the So i • I llUt ..IK Bo %  aal In the < an -1 ut< 1 . .... wd aa . %  %  .-in. i H rd the P K. %  rt-ui i SUPREME COURT CLAMPS I DOWN ON RACIAL DISCRIMINATION H SegregAtion Is Uiicontslilutioiiul" I WASH'NOTON, June 5 i ragiagalliia I but the two i I .:'• i 1 I I I wtMMla Mgrat i gro students it th^ Univeilaw atnool I f Oklahoma, It orden-i foui : rlouel b %  ... ,. %  %  ny undue or aU" Me and 33 other negroea atualng railway-; —Reat*r ro studer %  %  %  if nearoi ran. v. (, w %  %  mill ropafzanda Is The Motive %  %  %  r ... %  I % %  I I '-fli %  hat anol I i %  ... V %  I %  Renter GOMES SAYS Until Increased Sugar Guarantee Is Granted Housewives ire Helping ilrmt. On. Own I ... r.'*p..nilr.i.) LONDON. June 5 \T THE conclusion o( the B.W.I, sugar dele K.UeK meellnn .it thp Wen India Oomi this morning. Mr Alber! Qomcs, the chairman, announced "We are close knit and determined If necessary we will take root here until our request for an increased guarantee is ijranted." i 4 then I. nou receivtnj i nlnenei In th< Brltteh Preta Knllowing the Daily Kx|.rr Ii; „ .... %  %  I ;... .niiuiMni.il Lndtpendenl Sunda) newvpapi a return* of the I %  • I %  trom Leopold (lulls Part) Chiels For Talks OBNBV ^ Ju Klnj Leofjold hi %  %  ,. i %  %  M Jacquai I'm.no. i %  foi th %  %  i I of thla thoaighl ihnt th %  i, %  ma) Include formei I M Pa i Wut The topic Of thfoil II. in, Mikwin ba ti, Kin to the throne of Balglur ..I .i,. Uoni I result for I N b %  Ivtng in -. u ... Switzerland, p %  ... . ng of to lux thfeal aon, Prini %  Baudouln n %  Baaglan | 4lUi Ian %  ith the Kint of hla i tui % %  % %  I tha dati < I ika pi* a i ii. round ltr.Hr. //>/> STOLEN JEWELS S\N JOI %  %  i .1 to IICBI 11 M.I Jorgi 1 %  "" '" %  || lwl ih. rtievi had % %  ... ; . mornll lh< IliineVe \derlis*r %  I n Ibl : %  1 Will Cuba Sell Britain Sngarl LONDON %  i .i .IIK-ii foi -l-'iln.* I trj %  %  %  %  .i %  %  had no tha i J w i igsi that Utej -lid nor lanea lo the \t \. \ ice Pi^idenl Chamber Ol


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Tl I MVVY. JINE i. 1930 n \RB xnos \nvor.\Tr PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. £SS£ "-"n HARBOUR LOG But You IATKI A-.-. HeMpn FOB, SALE per <. POM KJLNT WAKTO' PUBLIC SALE* A 'ND HEAI 8'I UNO A \l LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE . %  K ]'. . 1: > InMaf MM! i' MARTIN mn A!>A The *|... I Dual ... I In Carlisle Bay Lost %  lasa at i! .AKI J R BHTAHM PUBLIC Mnrrs Per .gal. Una Minimum charga EVENING ADVOCATE iMi'i"'THANKS The \. Una n %  i %  ay Wl them i1.IUUOR LICENSE NOTICE i %  '• 1*1 !>' | AUCTION \ %.>;•*> %  '.. %  %  %  %  i i %  iglr building ... %  Ma Kin a I Ptiil.r Jam. %  llM C A It,, lie. WMkM IN MEMORIAM b i... ae awn ..i pf*fTftT r\in.Y JORDAN MM -t.p-.ird Inn l.f. M the •Ih JutiISM The Upw of >car> Mammie dear AM I %  %  you; I dcepi. raarwl raw lo**. and earn find ...,.-,,I ,-...,. BOb <"'"' 1'* beautiful nifmoti" i* a life lived under your •wti care PAW PATRICK %  %  i oil s\i I I m i wdl n i %  %  r RoM., %  1 I .... Ii, a %  Kl I T. ,1.1 and p..in iff To ID *Hl"l CCOTT, Au.t mfi < JUMIn i Ol in* ItHurHH Co I w ill wll at Cole A C Oil Ml n Friday SO. %  I | Dodge Motor Lorry M II I' -IN. aged bv ...ridem Trim. ra-h R Aul.n M|i IX>!> I'l A1TURM TRUCK, remit iv m hauled Tm. CASH R AirilHl He KENZIE. • %  Maa %  .'. %  •MM \| • llth day l June. 1KW St ; H A TAIMA. OFFICIAL NOTICE rwi': i LANciirrrr **55l ill ,'" "*** %  •*PAJUtM UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER n.uranie Companv | will Mil a une Mh at Port Koval Oarage a n I Ml I H P Ford Angl... 1*43 30 II P N.ialt Salon li ItS-U II P in Ui : I1,d.y i a m Saloon i it.uli ..... AUTOMOTIVt dition Apply II Chml Church. CAR One Hi Fluid Drive Dud** •quipped *m IStttto Mfl I Car in perfect condition Good aa new Apply D Harvey Read, r n Canadian Ban* Of (< 3 M -4n. Small Mule Quiet n* and Carl Applv imora Lodge. Black Mt'UE CART A food quirt and dc-ilr together mi md 'i-.'.'-AM Billion. Hill St Michael %  iim H % % %  n %  !> -heel I Dtiughtv, UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER lw D* ... %  I] 3d i.tll I 1 .* D'chK* h CO, IIIIMB ISO o'rlui-k M nan CHJ I-UI I ,„ %  c. ... Ha %  RANKER. TROTMAN \ll. I!..in-rr. REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOU S n\OT0 PARTSIT ptat bailcilM Smrralor imiluw. clutch dUc. nun %  haft lean, fuel pumpa. broha llnlrura. etc. Enquire Aulo T>ic Company. Trafnlpo. Slrrei Phone MM. 1 8 Ml f TI CHATS I J1S In Ml MAL,'I H MjfOLMH POTATOa lor pLmliiul now Hie tain haa come hen' I* MKir op|n.rHt.,llv l"i [.Until, k the nbm> ilema at yoiir auppli'> •Illy from JOHN D TAYI-OH A ^<1NS LTD. RuelxM-k Hir,*i liiai U I* 9* Sh tin I". PWN Cvlm< II W.Mv Alfllll l',| I'.-. .. .1. • % %  1 .i i ,.i Aurllm. /ine IJine. Dial 37*3 %  ii. i. Mart. ManaI will •! up lor al by JAibllc Competition al my Office Vlctolla Street on r'KIDAV Ptti .it 1 p m II, Th*. dwrlllnf hoiue colled -ROH. I.YN" MUlBlVd at fllh Ave. HellrUllr v.llh MOO aquare t—t ot Una. Houatt (•mlalna eloaed gallery. dia>lnff Mdl dlnlnc rooma, 9 badroonu. luorntiui II.,IM. W C * Iliad bath, kitchen, n.tlrlc llahl—ronU for HI OWOMBX Anlleptk Prophyl-ctlr Jelly ia quite harmleaa In Id local or general effect however frequently uiad Numertux Chemical and b^ctertotoflcnl leal* have proved Ih* absolute efficieni-' of thia preparation, and a* a moult It I* lecmruitended by a very larRr number ol Medical Men and GynaccoloCtt"* Made by ih* aamo manufaclureri of Gynorrun Tab leta. Pnce-complete oulfli 4 Refllla 'Obtainable -I KNIGHTS LTD M.W—• % %  GALVANISED TANKS nllon* GaUanlwd Tanki willi THE GENERAI> AGENCY CO RAOOS I* lllflh St. 1 .IV NK1CD1XS far your record pldrMT all klnda including Ruby and Sapphire aeml permanent needlaa to play aevwral Ihouaand retiwrtlrg. A BARNES A CO.. LTD NEW PIATTKRR Din, Siiialra. Blnil and all and got. but PI A NO-Model Mahxganv A now ront %  -Argyle", per n^r-itl I.MMIJ1IATE VACANT I?. The dwelling KMilAll II illl.U PART STONE wl land, BBWBM drawing, dining J bedro. %  IrrtHr lightiniU fo i i,!ON : SI'OONrH S I.-. -I ed virandah. |,\M> IIJ00 K| ft of land al Halt) ...od, adlolnma Mr Altmani pr.,pert> Apply D'ARCV A. SCOTT. 390 In rinriNrv AI BRIDGE: HELD I , St. Thoira.. One Dk land, and a atOaai wall huuae which haa guard-wall to fi.nii. Oilli-n, Drawing and Dining tl |t,4r.w,n. Water Toilet and Rath. Klt.rien and Oaiage Aim a Large-Sued Wall Shop II Interested In keeping -tuck, and doing but I new. thl> i • %  .. (.'..,. Applv D'ARCV A SCOTT. Magarlne \M,I 3 riM In That very drtlrabla property kiwiwr M IIOTEL WORTHINO. on SEA" ll'Iilllana Hotel) (landing or .iv.t flnern thouiand aquare feel IncludH duveway from Public %  iher with twelve balhlng cubicle*. Th* only available altaon Worthing Coait rtrot rlaaa bualncia place Tina %  oa bathing A window on lha orean Cool and nwy loratlon With .light alteiation* ran be made a high rlaa> llot.i or Night Club oHer. in writing received P to Mlh 1M0. by ton txw.ST rMWRTMENT One fumiihed apartml at Coral Sanda, on Sea. with Silver id linen If rfQulrae) F fi.rlher parulart Dal 1MALMA LASIUXY H4.I1 HI*NQALOW—From June 1.1 Bungalow. St Matttilaa Gap No M81 or MIS. --.V, CHANCE VIEW -Chancery Lane. > Bedroom*, running water, etc Only % %¡ proved tenant" Apply M_il Klanlallnn. Cl. n i GnaaTiie HaTl -UnUtlon'chrlrt church COTTAGE AND FLAT I or f daha %  :. abdal [ Baa Haatlnga main Road— .„. ihraled' lo ong of the bath roomElectric Cooker*. Frigidglre.-Telephone =•* 3 B ~f FN HOUSE Fiillv iurnithed huuie m 'ir-i riaaa reaaienliBl dlatrtct. S mile* from •own 3 bedroom*. 1 living ro uaual office* From July MM IM" January l 3I Apply to Mr. I Dow ding Dial SIM. 3 SeO-l MODERN STONE BUNAI*>W Sr^lu tod nart o* Ptna Hill. I badrooena aarvanU rooma Garage Solar heating Labour aaving > acra gruund*. Appl; R. S. Nicnolla a. Co Holiclton. IM -I Koebuck St Telephone MM TV 'i 1' Gentlemen I-rgr double bedrcright party. Phone • Voui S. J IB MWe are Imtructed liy r I.I.MIRA V LAvVGrviNE to offer .it ule I hat dear able dw elllngnouu lnduatcy Cot.' altuale al Wellington i.d Cl.ep-iow Street, .tandlilg on M*7 quare feet of land, containing gallery drawing and dlnl-ig rooma. iwo bed' room*, kit.hrn. W C and bath elecark light, and a few Irull tree-. The above mentioned property wii up foe MW by Public competi Ji ee or parcel ..f Ian i Ihe porun of Hal. %  fore*aid I rUdH I'lanlali.Hi im Undt ' I Mil H-" 1 load in ..He leading ti. tinl %  %  I lie tame %  but gad I aafon me thru aald rlalm* with their %  i %  %  Appeal al ini -on. IH lore the 16th day of Auauil. l*.i II, arOhtl IhM luffl ..an,,, may b. inked according in in.nature and %  i.... %  ..,, %  ch per-on* will be prcvlu.i. 'he lUM attend the %aid Ci.uit on Unn.r>. Ihe 10th day of AiiauM. IfdO, a t snutT" " %  "" "" %  ] .....IOFFICIAL SALE IIB A DOS la Ih. A..l.l.nl Can .1 Ana... %  Equitable juiiadin FI.EA7FH RTHELRERT BI.ANCHFTTi:. Ii %  RACt I'ARRIS. Mara la hareb, ilvrn ihal ha MrtAM of Otilei of thr A-'i-tant Court ( Appeal %  .I it..II.l da nf Mav myo tlieir Will -el up fol aalr lo the htglienl Mdriei lha fJfflce of llie Clerk of lha An-i.lan 1 irt of Appeal al Ihe Court Houne .l*.-„-n brt~.cn the h I a on> and 1 ...|*,l> -ill b %  ale on eierv ..irtnillnn Friday la-i.erii Ih* II '.I the aw i ...Id for a .urn no! lew than tf lot 3 Dalrd tin. 31-1 .la> ,.f Mav. ISM I V CI1KIV Artg Clerk of the AaaUtai Appeal OFFICIAL NOTICE II MtllAD i-i >i< me on any Tueaday, or Friday betwren Ihe hour* of II and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, al Ihe Office of the Oaf* • \ |g • I %  %  Court Houa*. Blidgeiown I%  day of Auauvt. ISM. In order that .orh %  be ranked according to the naliire and prmiily thereof te p rlively. niherwiar uch perion. will lie preluded limn the benefll of the .aid (• % %  rM BJ d be deprived of all claim on or agdln-t Ual .aid property ', Claimanta ara also notified that they rtujat attend IM wld Court OS WatllKai day, the ISth day of Auguit. IVar at It IM claim, will %  i Relqix %  4 M.V Ladi %  4 \ .11. I llOIMHNOII M3 Ion. II*I I,nM. In Touch with Barbados Coast Station I:.I. %  I %  I Ijrriiu.-j R.S. D| Vam ss pocat*. Sea IS I B i -jRodney | %  K. ^ Ranitali %  s v Runa. .i Panaa %  % %  %  4.4IM.. • % %  <*• irr-n Hill <, %  %  ^ ^ .. ... ^uL^iiL lit R W I \ I I. %  %  i ,. %  , Ofaaaida r.ai.p fani-.. Laurie Joluw.,,.. Tn ranee Kl Irani llllll.i I II .1 %  Kl I*\R1I RlR> r n I \ I.. For TrlaMad K I ... kdga>, Hi rfannan n.^i. H Lanranrri %¡ rat .lac. Mr. i aln Surool. Mr CM>. ii ,ha-,l....i. Ir i .. i, U t %  Hi mha I !. .1 Hut. klr. Maria %  '. %  ,;i Mr K.nl la Mi K-aer rr II Ve, Mr Coi # fa*. M... Alther Barn. ti. Mi. Helena Ral. Clarke. Mr aenan. Ma.ter ll.niel Shi a n. 'iw.n S.ale. Slanlrv I M 'i ... II Sail To. %  l D %  llN.ki—.n. %  ... Fa -i Km. i i Willi*..,. %  * %  *i Martin Danington, Jaw NKola Denirigh.i. \ %  i-r i ,iiana i.-|.H. Kathb-ei U AMI M HELP CHACITKni-GARDUVrj* A, ,l datlred Tiled bathroom will, tub bath and .hower hot and cold waten and built in linep .ipi.-aid. Hied kitchen with built In lone cupboard and nrw Phikn combined %  fn.-rator and dee), freeir. large ar.hed i with hood.. inked t.t pnd -en •ch door*. %  nt. quarterwith toilet and aEOWW the IH.I.W i. taitefully ( iin.ilnil Baa i-~l. have both deep .leep and Dunlopillo maltia— M .hingled tool. polMhed ihe garden contain. i*-la—n-. injpical (lowering .hrub. and j-ther with eight coronul palma. *mall orchard with lime, pawpaw. mango, tamarind, breadfruit, and plum e.h ruloiM lock up yeg. '•W' garden and tool ihad. cola—ed driveway, and garden path' OFFICIAL SALE HARRADOS la Ih* A..,.I,„I I .an .1 y.., • Equiiable luftad IliAl.ETTS HYACINTH KUUIKES Plaii.liil I.I'lVD SEALE .... .i. Appeal dated the l.t day ..' ale lo Ihe hiaSarl bidder al the Office ..' I ol the AaaiilanI Court of Appeal at n< I ... iween th. hour* ol II a road known • Daah I ', '. 4, %  ataa in* an* nuvv abut and if I will be -. %  | ing Frulat '%  % %  %  %  lha -i fOated thi. l.t day of j 1 \ Ag Clerk of Ihe Amu. I Appeal .i i. dl. htttiig a .iinu.i jarkri Jllruglthe .iriiitrvt rvrr royal .-.l.lin . SAN FltANflSIt' It ,-mh a p>t> th^i aagypta K f.nnuk could not havw brrii Sai Ki.in...... For all hi* 'humiri bolts ffom Cairo, his young U" PrtnCwM] Fathia. is honey i.iy with Hud Oali. the nt • hdM liioUmi .-.-itlii hsve .i h dawn IVHIBV. lant II %  %  ..i lu.h she HriirM him, he rnighl hjv.ien iVinifHl Ihal It W .IS fllllif to n.y to atop iru leva a to hold i.. k the watait "t itir Nile • -'Co ii NN nn! mu.h %  ( a ...IHIK If .1 w.i. lank and intad lot I'utuvss Fsthin %  -%  i .,n uiikiiiiMii Amrrk-an And a* tor glntn. wvll. ..,-!snori ti-ni%  ddUal look plore In an llToon, and the wall* weie Di | thick i-iuiugh to keep OS! t khl-vlub stimt-i'' IMiirallllM ol ..il-u-v" in iii.roosTi nt'M dooi At the appoiiiU'.! houi I arrived al the *uite. so near and yet so for from the "tower" where his i h^d lived. ,n prisoner by ..-: ordat until their re%  .,< %  yyiiiduig of a month uld lie made "real" by a M<|ptn ceremony. Nervous, but immoculair in i uti.inj: iltess iiistr.id of a black Hi MJ Hall hunded us all a white tl ii. but said nothing More IKteclive* hen we were formed into I '2. and. under UM '•ii 1 tlici private dw* tfjctlva, i;roup nftcr groi Jra and acres* p was led the *treel tr> .mother hotel There we were heided into the b-dlroom. The d.tis nvr lucked (IIHII ;iftcr u*1( you get out. %  I. you don't get back. The ballroom seemed to be wall%  ii-d in WhltS gardenias. A urd was set up, as lavish as any .i HoUyWOOo luimiui-t .tut .< end o( Uafl room there | .i 12ft inagnolla tree uleiilv the doors were un* \ fjRap t UM from the thi dOOttfay stood the IHHVII. she was nuleed :i da/fling lltHC-shouldi'ifd. hit aowi) I had .ill th louis off the lawn from grey to rose. It, her %  ubuni hall she WOTS i diamond tiara"worth milli ...unlinj,to her lady-lnv.uiitig Then there was a dlakl.tir. .met mi Met aims %  i. dtaUTMOd hiac %  :.•! fi IT U) ha* ellmw s.,'inune clapped from the n i.f it all And then, shy iiul neivous. came the bride \'. i il.lin: (iown Bin wore i Parti w*>t*ier io the a tree One of the reasons King Faiouk does not like Mr Call is because '• Is a Christian. That objection I -'a* disposed of In Arabic, a tongue M.S. Cfill took a almpla pledge 111 it made him. like lha i Moslem \nd the .mam. a bearded l\ik. ,iu. who withstood ail the Sail nf RitH] Farouk's agcnis. i nn the long li-.ture which i* I a ol the Moslem marriage cwfwIA I. did im! miss a chance to I King Faiouk. who like* think t>1 himself as km.: off all Moslems A m.m who -.nil. lo in.n i y lybiKt*." said Hitimam, ha* lha ght lo do so It 's agall %  km it i.i, ii id ..::. i to put obstacle* n his way" i iii-ii igaln in crttwissd thking lot making "dlatlnclion" bttw* wiio have tillcs and thi who have not TitT.-.'' ha M **may win our fear, bui not %  afiectlon or love 'Nu man." he warnesl. l I.now the love Ihal Allah ha* ;i| i.t'd in hlMUUI lie..it' •aid then %  Atval DarUj at the king loi quarrelling with hU m nn r .,v.i..hl-i-tei g romanee Ihl HI nt Bad. "A man can find par%  hit KM laMC*l I' 1 -'! / t laat the imam turned to Gall H askttl "Kind, son ..f Fall. Mill laki l"rineess Falhia. daughter of his late M.i)esly Fu.i.l off Egypt. to Iv VOUI partner in lifiami i rail almosi ihout' >i vBui %  ii nn..'... |us| arhlipand '>< i Then u was over—th. u irri UHll all tinkiiiKs men had '"'<• ;.. slop .iii did not kiss his bride undei the magnolia liee. Thai H BO* dOPi II r\|>i Hut everyone el %  did en the head waiter. The tormalities did BsM IBM long Boon Queen Na.h was dancing with everyone who .inked hei Ami the IWtoa-DUaTaOd Mi Qall was skipping like a school-child at playtime from table to table Somewhere near dawn I fiitind T | *H %  lanciiiK with tjiieen Narll silll saying "I am so happy Stumbling over her gown. I to aak her what happen next. "Allah will -how ua lit Hdd d< voutlv %  Hut I hope and pray my son will now forgive | sent my other daughter and het husband hone hi persuade nun We have met his ohjivln haven*) wo?" 'If he does not fOrglvf I askid The queen shruggeil her shapely : houlders. Boary, King Furouk, )>ut you | Irjrt. Ii'tl SHIPPING NOTICES GOVIEKOfBNT AOIH i s POI BAIal TENDERS are invited for the purchase of Ihe tliree storey building situated at Orange Street. Speightstown. on the seaside at lha north and of the burnt out area, formerly the property si Mrs. Josephine Correa. The building fronts on the highway and Is to !• demolished and removed from Its present rito within four weeks 1mm data of purchase. 2. Turn, ishould be forwarded in sealed envelopes not later than 12 noon on Wednesday, 7ih June, IPfiO. and marked "Tender d piii.h.ise ot OU three stoir> Uuldmg situated at Orange Street. SiH'iglitstown. and addressed to the Colonial Secretary. Public ilHll'llllgJ. The Government does not bind itself to accept Ihe highest or any tender. M-fJO In CELEBRATION OF THE BIRTHDAY OF HIB MAJESTY THE KINO A ceremonial parade will be held on the Garrison Savannah at i Thursday, the 8th of June, in honour of the birthday off His Majesty the King. Detachments of the Barbados Regiment, the llarI ..d.,. polk.Force and the Barbados Cadet Corp-; will take part, and the salute will be taken by II.s Excellency the Governor I 6.50—211 i i^i S S %  CITY lT DIEPPE" BBS Adelaide Maa> IPth. Melbourne ion JH ratdnay Juna 14th. Bllabaii* Jun Mlh .riiviog at Tlmldad about July fl.l SS -rOKT WUXlSuMs ill Aujru.t Rrlallane rally A>igu-I M.it-mme mkS July N Ouaanilan Sydney mid Augruat arnvmg Trlnlda %  bi-it fh Seatrmbae Thaaa vaaaala have ample -pare In chilled, hard traaen and general varg. I .r... adapted on thin %  •' (ranahlpn.ent al Tnnidad f.i iti'iUi GuUi.a. Barbado. laV aaad %  FlRNEaS. WITHY a CO LTD Agaaila. Tnmded PA coarrA co I.TD Agent. Ilafba.1. The M V DAF.RWOOD" will wvept Cargo atiJ passengers for 5T. 1-utia. St Vmrviit. Grenada %  ml Arubo Sailing Saturday 10th Mei BW I SCHOONER OWNERS A9SN INC. Consignee Dial 4047 ^MoOO, Sttanuhipfr sitw oai.SANS aaa.ics To. % %  *• -I-i May "th Jun. 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Paet Coun tries
Pool Shipping

To Meet Possible War Period

OTTAWA
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Until Increased Sugar
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tie Paet talks in London, said hippine pool be: | LONDON, June 5
jermed through which it was Pog.’ meee cht Atlan: AT THE conclusion of the B.W.I. sugar dele
5 2 s riod , : : :
__ Shipping needs during a possi! r period yates’ meeting at the West India Committee
ae - elt Parliament that a “wh . :
1t tally important” — decision wa | this morning, Mr. Albert Gomes, the chairman,
BETTER tat fat by North Atlantic Pa: | announced: “We are close-knit and determined. If
‘ ree NY nenbers & > decided t j
MIDDLESBROUG ip: hulaWbeed: cellaction He necessary we will take root here until our reques
J nglarna ‘ ) t .
The postman was a little lll clone peony ease | for an increased guarantee is granted.”’
a One WW e ot mi orn |
late with a card here rt- | Jelev: » tolkeing a. 1 . , \ hei
Kently, UL waeield secvion Htc 1 aadhveA tint hve eniicctii Delegates are taking heart from the fan t that theit
¢ard—posted at an army defence plan might eveniua { is now receiving prominence in the British Press
field post office April 5, 1917 can that countries would abt ‘ollowing the Daily Express leader last week, an observer
— P.) m the idea of having th: uli ol an influential indepence nt Sunday newspaper ye tay
| fr rens We ou f fant ave a resume of the British West Indies case the front
< ol ug of re-| Have
jocrves W hich could be cal in] ce « eau ‘
urc at oneal he adder x acti el Vorkinyg be ’ f 3 a
| ca ve aqdoar .
rae : 1 ‘ We dia 4 nd Mr, Gome
Tributes | \oir3 8%, niin te Leopold Calls [8.88% Ses
work of the rth At‘antic ‘I! | of tte i \ Blizabe
What she already was doin P; *t y Cl - af’ Pp I > i
Baldwin in her own defence te al y 41eis ES : she Baitiee
acceptance of balance 4 ry Advertiser
net mean that | € For I alks
ASTLEY, Worcestershire | ries could collect their . | We
June 5 | Y behind the rerifice Ind case ji ne reer

Winston Churchill regard | embers mations alone GENEVA, Jun reade f tl e to
late Stanley Baldwin as the most} Importance King Leopold h u ved | the nistry, u hem to
jJormidable politician he had ever } ' ! . . the | of the Sovial ¢ acre iditional t
; . \ saat 4 ; . via Pearson said that t ohe ,
known, Churchill paid tribute to} ,, ul AMantih & : i ian | to Geneva for t 1
the Conservative Prime Minister! “SU Atantic = countrics ar ence vas learn here t | per se .
of inter war year who lic d of it acnea a daecision in principl M Jacq ie Pirenne the \ } eh , vi
December 14 1947, in sprxech af “My. A decision would be mad ecretary, who i Bruase ( ‘
@ memorial ceremony. “Here wa to the best contribution eact wo aking arraniemt Bt for 7 inet
a statesman,” said Churchill, “who | menber nation could make | Belgian politic fan tc fly here ee
over a long peric’d ¢f years exer Referring to the Sydney meet- | ao ta de ’ . oO Y
eised remarkable persor nflu-j ing of the Commonwealth Con en ards the end of thi IW ill Cc bh: Ss ll
nt > upon British Vitie { iitative Committee on Aid fo a ni thought that ti 1 1 4ul val €

ritish fortunes, Scuth and South-East Asia, In Ee eae . rt eae

: > 2 . mi iclude former
“In domestic politics he w Pearson uid that the Cana 1G st ‘4 B it om ‘
one of the most capable leade Government recognised it he oe ; rl ain Sugar?
you could have found for : pertance and was anxious to joi Wii : nd and “Reon Carte :
sprecesicus " Churchill said th ther Commonwea!th countrie ne Li D ON, J

aldwin achieved two notat'?) siving assistance to those areas The to H | LONDON, Jur )

4 : A \ ass z tho are: | e topi of th fortheo Feate : ,
triumphs in the 1924—29 admin | At the meeting it was agreed, | | talks wit te ‘a King’ rat ee iste. runy the “Sunday Empire
istration. One wv i reign | he said, that assistance should be | to the throne of Belgium foll« » pasar b front page awe y
Affairs where he “sustained” Sir) xtended gradually and spread | i jing general elections, with the |) "% hat Cuba was willing to
Austen Chamberlain in negotia ee asia mter. dra | ees ° P s ‘* |sell Britain sugar for sterling
. 7 over the next six years favourable result for the “King .
ing the Pact of Locarno. The! Technical aid would be or-| TOP: —the rair es ne } Barbado Garrison a boy goe imming in the flooded S part **' This would enable sugar ration-
second was the steadily imprev-| _. d hk af, Pieek | BOTT a aa = Sl 26 Nagi eda a fe a ie The wimming in the fooded Savannah ve y ing to be abolished in this coun-

ing living standards -f the British | ganisec within ; the next ew | B ) I v ) t deey 1 for water-} ie rait ised the postponement of the Pict ck-Rover Leopold, who is living in self rp
eople. . ; months. The assistance would be Combermere Old Bo fixture ington but little boys played lay there imposed exile in Switzerland, no |”

Churchill and Baldwin parte i oe to other ae: ; longer considers himself bound A Food Ministry spokesman
company over India. “I hold tc} wea th countries in South an Y e 7 y by his former declarations con tet Burt correspondent this morn-
views I then expressed”, the Coa- | Southeast Asia. \Cmlinese Set | 9 Bk LGIA NS cerning the passing of -his royal however that they had no
fhe British nation cn all the te rth "| ee ae e,e e ree r an be y ; , Fat an . rena en ee , Met information of any sueh

a » parties e e Y aucouln he ind the B.W.T sugar
huve endorsed Baldwin's views| British Shi De Rk ( OUNT i n
’ ar e e Ss AUG The Belgi: slitiols vj}, | delegates said that they did not

Mic. the consequences that fc 1) XN e e A | Sl ommunism a ; 3 elgian “polGolan : es ittach much importance to the
lowed from them, no one who rea es | D Wyo liscuss with the King the be zoo
accepted his guidance then has | | “Xx l CQ De d A h ‘ WS means of his return and the date |"
right to reproach his memory| ry e | ctares ecneson ‘ lich this should take piace sein icine
now.”—Can. Press, | I ruption | HONG KONG | , it understood

ae Eee | | I KONG, June ( BRUSSELS, June 5, °
rey | Six people, all believed to 1 WASHINGTON, June 5 \ recount in ballot papers d Reuter |New Vice President
° ; ‘ | ha | HADEN , 7 Oman ' |
9 7 | passengers, were killed whe SECRETARY OF STATE Dean Acheso id tod posited a elgium Hainaut
Attlee Rew tews Of Century Chinese Nationalists opened fire “ 7 . an ie ester V | ¥ t ; Cl l ay ( yf
' - he was confident that the resources of the “free wor y May revealed a mistake it “AY 7 ’ 4nanibper
S I PI | cn the 181-ton British ; hip | were adequate to meet the Communist thre HW . 1 counting ¢ 100,000 votes LIND STOLEN
schuman an | HAWAII, June 5 |“Cheung Hing” off the Chi: aes fy ‘ a the H Forei A : \ esult of the earlier mi Commerce
| Mighty Mauna Loa (“Mountain; coast on her way here from | testifying before the ouse Foreign Affairs ¢ ImMitlee eats in the Chamber ’ ‘EY ’ 4
LONDON, June 5, | With Stomach Ache”) continued | Amoy. Seven people were wound- | suppert of President Truman’s $1,222.500,000 f rel of beputies were erroneously at- JE W ELS ; jer

Attlee and his Cabinet are to- its greatest eruption of the cen-! ed | iid programmes tributed to the Soctalist x a Se ee Te eee ta
day reviewing the negotiations/tury to-day, spewing lava flow| T sritish frigate “Whitesand | Acheson id his recent cor ! h recount showed that ont SAN JOSE, Costa Rica KINGSTON. May 31
with France which led to Britain’s | toward the sea that endangered | Bay” on China Coast patrol sped | ———— “=, ferences with European Forei the seats was gained by the The Gola ; June : 1) Har via Venires a fit st
decision to stay outside the Schu-| 35 homes and the vesort dd to the ship’s assistance when she Ministers had inereased his cor Ba, jalist Christian Party, the ; rolden =mantle jewels |, MY. lent of the Jamaica
man Plan Conference in Paris! area. Police at Kona Village} was attacked, but arrived toc SPORTS enee about those ‘ other by a Communist tolen on May 12 from the ir - Ch oe ae 7 4 rn ms me . Ltd 1 a8
later this month, on the big island of Hawaii! to intervene | not-only the physical reso ics’ seats in the Chamber of the Hin of the Angel were | es it ad one of. th Vice

Both Mr. Attlee and the Chan-j said that all residents of the e She sent her doctor aboard but those of the spirit a 1 f "pe puties now total 108. Social- | 7°°OVEred today. Sirens screamed se Sat nf ine aly crane
cellor of. the r xchequer, Su | PANgere are ! geen evac | with a medical party to tend tt | WIN DOW H commended — the Mi lit 73, Liberals 20, Communist mie Gosta Ricans went ud "| Chambe { Commerce ot 3
mere ae we re holidaying | t ae The new 4 flow began} wounded, and later returned t Aid programme ns “Another ¢ Pike Liberal eootaties aude joy , hen Maj Jorge } aK he Serer which. wus launched
mn Hrance last week while thejabout nichtfall and raced at; her patrol duties, leaving the . en ential step towards the preve “i er ek, the Detective Bureau liast ‘Thursday at the closing ses
crucial negotiations were going} breakneck speed toward sea “Cheung Hing” to ¢ on esterda the Pickwich tion of war’ King Leopold’s secretary, Pro- | 22 oUnced that the jewels had] on. They discussed the situatior Pt va’s path transcends the beh ane selina had ( rmere Old Bo we : idl, been recovered near Cartago 20 |

sterd with Mr. E ee, acs : Hongkong unescorted ; Li He y Acheson declared or Jacqués Pirenne, to-nigh ; Ivy Forum in Mi
A —_ ay with Mr Erne t Be ) ‘ne ve Oo} where second The “Cheur Hing wd vA yovernmernt al Comr denied press reports from Genev: a se outheast of pan , Jou |

oreign Secretary, in the Lond nd third flows last week tu ed by British Cantnin . b onjunction with jt ’ e King has summonec| 28¢heco said he presumed tt Mr Vendreyt ve ae '
nursing home where h u a led into the Pacific a6 was carrving 100 " < . Peet a ttttnee th ome ee ? thieves had been arrested } te tele to tl Trade

he : a nai 1er, W arr ' inwarrante ilitar i vce of the Catholic Party t \
went an operation on Saturda I ( ai t nm endans for. Hongkone Weve h J rape ae ‘ ig (CP) Tal

Until he went into the nmursir Ohia nige id our or i : 1 rT ; Id h ris paupt “ ne meet him at his temporary home

B \ o-morro t worl vith the ame cé¢ ( + Toprenee . ~Reute
ares Mr. A suy Me "3 ! house clustered around | —Reut ‘ fundame & 1 hun i ht rem ths oat eer | re
exchanges With France. On Frid Lodre i fi Opih ‘ 3 ‘ ; a
he made a last minute appeai ; ich bout 30 Fake ee ee p . X
a mineterial conferenx inv i vi esident ) vill me Russia Stace P A I N T
Ne Ont ents ¢ ill i .. soe w~ c
bringing the British ar Frenen evacuated Thursday I 1 rs 4 Ei i j ‘ é Impressed or) +
views into line ( ote SE pP p r hg O- el mahi
i ila , \nother
—Reuter | —Can. Press « pi ies isit to Fs | nocMel by
sip: Sy othe tic Rubbe Tr j rade | alks Bana the ae | | if
, ‘ nisters of ie I ‘ ¥ { | 4 “
- ic ati | tt stlantie een Walk-out | » LEWIS BERGER & SONS, Ltd.
ussia Men nea Renewed eer ge vimana impee |
of the United States mea | GENEVA, June i| f I 1
D { LONI! J i trans oe tes " 1760 Y Renee
HONUDON, June in these troublous tir ou he Unite it i] ‘ , is dani fvabbenieeaiali |
R ubber S ore hie ME de ee seat t el Law Comin | Mi
€ in re | her trade ar paym There is no lack of pre he presence of |
t d i } ( iation hich re Oke cureefulne or ¢ ane { Vationali China | x v
lin S eust Asia I March } ntries of the west | e aiiaate Ss t. | WHY let your galve ) T
WASHINGTON, Jur cae I i ' i h ; |
‘ I IN; ¢ ) l ne i i D sion on trauc, and Acheson added The ‘ i the Co nission”™ | : 1 ,
A WARNING that Russia was thre ng the | step 0 )) par lar the liberalisation of] lution to the problem hic} econ ion opened, promi:ed | work be eaten away by RUST when
s atening the United | 4 ba aie t |
states natural rubber supplies marked the start of Benatar". Senn ot sore H rae jeu Import policy towards} struct the achievement of a HAL AROSE COREE ONT: | you can avoid it so easily with |
hearings today on the future of the Government's synthetic | ovr, 200.000 ( iermany, will probably oceupy | peac not impossible inated under the Nationalist res | |
_ rubber industry. Senator Lyd ' nthetic) of the onstruction ( the first week or so of discus-| We are, I believe, well en yime wsked to leave the « | :
ae i ator Lydon Johnson (Dem-~} por ition estimated fons, according to usually well-|on the path to solutior ference room
' ocr it, Texas) Chairman of . 4 |
I Senat Ay i Sery apt oe —Reuter nformed quarters Mr Acneson saia that } lhe nerican Chairman
> Armed Services Sub-com- Discussions on the yaymen lieved tt > was eder { | tt |
Ss The Gulf Stream |. said that not since Peari ; t paymn lieved there was no precede Mi Hudso ruled ‘ }
rn ; . : en eee eee it suld probably have to wait} history for as such conside oxul ¢ of order |
? ad the {fee world 1 | , : ar ae > |
) f natur be an Fe F Y 7 at decisions had be achievement in the way followed Mr. K
Responsible ? | supp ivent Coe bee: : SUICIDE reached Paris on the née land ing collective defence a | sk the onl ne of 141 }
. | He ‘ é isible peri lurepcan Payments’ Union (EPU taken place in the few monthe«| f ‘ |
OTTAWA, June 6. | ! ue that Communist cont Y é \nglo-German negotiations wer: f the North Atlantic 7 ty ¢ : |

Canadian and American scien-}©F Communist. capture of South- A 7 130 tht bed M ig E le 1 EPU eee ° he Yorth . lantic ‘Trea wer i
tasts will this month try to de-| €45! Asia, source of 96 per cer ra ¢ vote a P yf « ‘be tint stan a CHROMA I E PRIMER
termine, among other things, | ‘ e world’s natural rubber - =e vine ape pres samen
whether the Gulf Stream is really | SUP! not impossible,” i rOKYO, J
responsible for Fs gland’s int i be reckoned with in policy Yoshine ahone Sl iP. Kh i] y y Dp > | A
climate and for making Irelar paecisio about synthetic rubber ears, committed suicice J C C "4 [ AR I ropagant a s Apply « coat of th modern metal
flelds so pre@n, Canadian Naval! —KReuter jumping into a river, the _y ‘ ; | : ;
headquarters here and the Hydro- paper Michichi Shimun reported DOWN ON k 1¢ TAL ! I } M t 7 primer; finish f one f the
gtaphic Office of the United Statce Yo. 8 to-day 4 Navy in Washington anno ! ( l S h ] She was healthy until TeW r coiour ana get abou
last night that seven i wir S Cc 00 days ago when. the fear tl DISCRIMINA‘1 ION SEN EY A aE
States and Canadian hi j might become a burden to ‘ 4 Mi ! | Y ay Delegate to the e rust
thake the joint survey May Be 77-year-old son after hi ‘ » on Commission for Euro; |

Dr. R. H. Fleming, of the death Avorried her “Secregation Is Unconstitutional Ie il aGrevenig toon Paint is much cheaper than new
Hydrographic Office the O tl ] —Reuter cf 4 ¢ pide etl
scientist Pa crea. ullawec WASHINGTON, June 5 ended the same classes a ‘ : ere : galvanized sheets.
comprises 360 men. including 50} The United States Supreme students, but the two race e .
civilian scientists 1e expedition Read B d Li 1 Ce , ag three a a te 4 ir “diffe rent ro ; I As rour Dealer fc particular I
Will survey about 1,590 mile et arene Truman Signs a ial egregation _ assroorm sae | a a ak 17 Peers Fen are .
ocean in the threeweck SINGAPORE, June 5 i ye th -

tE, Jun Amer ‘ ase a apply to
oe to-day re Readers af the Singa- Foreign Aid Bill | Tha rt forbade segregation manded te te lita h epi
e survey is la pore Chinese Girls’ High Schoo: tudents at the Univer- law school t ,

“operation cabot”. aft Join) has been asked to give a reason WASHINGTON, J 5 sit ahoma, it oodal ed found ih at ne ; ,

Cabot who first encountered the; why the school should not be President Truman t Te mit negre ie negroe et " | S ’ )
stream in 1897. Since then th eclared an unlawful orgar -| the $3,121,450,000 F A rai w schor ; eye i : enln line GARDINER AUSTIN & CO ’ LTL ‘

behaviour of the strean s baf- r ter banned Comr t] Authorisation Bill whic of negr« to the hoo y

fled seafarers. Main rp t papers an literature idl} tior five prograr i ' In the dining cast ( al : Bridgetown sole Agen
survey will be to examine why,; been discovered in a week-end] wide includ r| OF on case, Mr. G. W. declare that t

in recent ye G ra on the premise the thir ear operat lar- | a negro attending tt Violated a sect f EF. ( r ' i ) j Tee {iI Wt

has been found to mea wide-| Similar actior vas taker t| st A Europe da start} gr ols of the Unive State Commerce Act | HAAMLUEVUERUEUNLUVL EYEE {TATU Hill HALAL (HNIWUNHEY !

ly between Cape Hatte North | week with the Singapore Chine | € t fo »po | é egre i hit in indue f

Carolina, and the tail of the Gri Boys’ High School |. kwar ae al able prejudic to any , } {

Banks, Newfoundland —Reuter ! —Reuter | —Reuter.. He and 23 other negroes at» using railway Reuter it «Reuter


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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

—~1l: ASCOT

TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1950

and







Men Buy
More

Miranda—10

























Longchamp Also Ran — hicss Gor AE etek acd
March 1949 men’s clothing sales |
, ‘3 nave risen far more steeply than
By Eileen Asecroft those of women =
One male hat shop reports sale
jf, SCOP dre this season lined throughout with whit of 43 British Stetsons in une day
fa romise to outsh'ne Long- taffeta to give it a st ff appear recently and that genera! hat
' p Paris fashions were ance. It is finished with blac! sales are up 10 p.c. on last car
be their best when racing silk braid and a pure silk knotted E Twe've-guinea tartan dine!
cpened last week at Longchamp, sash jackets had to be withdrawn fron The other little people need no near his cottage when a fierce squall
fc erly one of the most elegant Last-minute choice of Aso« one shop window as the ru 9 second warnitig when they see the catches him and forces him tc
ion parades of the.year. Even outfits is now be'ng made for the buyers was exceeding the supply size of the approaching clouds. shelter behind a large tree, whil
male passer-by in the picture meeting on June 13, 14 and 15 Male snob appeal is being ttl They take to their heels and scam- the wind whistles and great flake:
the right looks a little startled Most women are choosing simple vated by a new range of per off in different directions, each of sow swirl around him. “ This
he combination of beach tailored styles, Which wil look silk ties, , handkerchief \ trying to find the shortese way to is bad,” he moans. with his teeth
mdals and enormou picture goo’ in sunshine or showers and searves called “Our Heri | his own home. Rupert has the sha erg Let's hope # will
Unsuitable, th an be adapted with a large or All bear coats-of-arms of 1e | furthest to go, and he is nowhere b short_storm.
i'ored costume handbag Y hat to the weather of cur oldest famities na : ,
On the left are two of th Vven Leigh will make her sold with a leaflet giving a trie CRYPTOQUOTE—Here's how to work its
s mple outfits which should mak* scle ticn from Hardy Amies thi history of the arms and the ! AXYDLBAAXR
As-ot 1950 one of the smartest we She has already seen ef the man who origina! is LONGFELLOW
race meetings ever. Both have stra tht navy, chiffon, made of ried them in historical battle 4 | One letter simply stands for another. In this example A 19 used
ored lines, reieved by glain- nari ww vertical box-pleating over Aan, SOR FOR Seo pres ee for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apos-
re aes y ny ja sot sf ia . a tian ni oe a ee ee eae Ps vow | trophies, the leggth and formation of the words are all hints.
ori Dress on the right is of sati with cut-out embroidery British Colour Counc’l shades Each day the cW@e letters are different.
pearl grey cotton embroidered wer ed in bugle beads, and for 1950 masculine apparel. . | Cryptogram
vith white flowers, with stiffened blur starred champagne-coloured Jungle Wine, Riviera Mist, Pa!r | a - qaneee
utting side pockets. The other cura»), box-pleated with a square Peach Beige, ae ee Isis F Y¥MSCBOFIJ TMGK FBT LIFKO.
nble is of black and white vokr and large blue sash ii si , baie Green and Harvest hite? | /
pin-checked French rayon “crepe, E. Ss. LONGOMAME=_Spniole..wit i.8.8 KCTM FIM TODDMIMBK KXOBLH—
-- —_—-—~ , SOSMIV.,
An Armchair Starting in July Tennis Blues | SKELETON Yesteyday’s Cryptoquote: EACH SUCCEEDING DAY IS THE
PUPIL OF ITS PREDECESSOR—PUBLILIUS SYRUS.
Fe XHE Police Force showed their N R. and Mrs. Frankie Mayers. 7VAPTAIN of the Oxiord team CROSSWORD
\ gratitude to Lord Baldwin & and = their two children, “4 that beat Cambridge at lawn
by presenting him with an arm- after three weeks’ holiday in Bar ennis recently is Frank Mott-
chair It was due to his efforts bacos have returned to Trinidad. Trille from Munro College
they received increases in salaries Jamaica. Eighteen months ago
which were long talked about and Touching on the subject of je defeated John Horn, now
long overdue Water Polo, he was a member of » Davis Cup trainee, Frank
Lord Baldwin must indeed have the Trinidad team which toured :. one of the youngest
been pleased at the very smart Baroados in January 1949, he told stains. the Dark dius have
; Guard of Honour” the last he Carib that he hoped that the ee et ae . :
ASCOT.—tTailored lines give the 1950 “simple look inspected at 6.15 on June 3rd. It Trinidad Water Polo Season would ee Stee His team, |


































































































of Grenada since 1945, before
that time she was a school teacher
She told Carib, that her sister
Lucille will be coming to Barbados

for two weeks in July.

specially
Governor was leaving,
“Country Road’









and
rest

Garner Francis’ latest and
Francis painted this picture
when he heard that the
It is called
a typical scene of

Montreal Hospital, and during her
training she was attached to the
same hospital
daughter Gwen,

Gwen was supposed to have-ar-

as the Moores’






Reserved Seats

Thursday 29th June



SL50 & 81.00 ©



with George Sanders,
Richard Green

THURS. NIGHT at 8.30
“CARACAS NIGHT”
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A REMINDER

Local Talent Audition Sunday, June 11th,
at 9.30 am.

,.) Antigua’s dry weather at this time rived to meet Miss Gower-Rees at
A leafless tree laden Seawell, but due to the change in
asites and low lying hills flights, she was held up in Antigua.

Miss Hannays who is the daugl
ter of Hon'ble L. C








tof the year

Hannays, K.C . with pi

. 1 . > ree er |
——— will be recalled Lord Baldwin be starting sometime in July. As ee ea wae copie |
once ignored a “Guard of Honour regards inidad sending Me ane aca ee : } sa
e e outside the Court House at the Wat Team here later “his ea Au ealtan south ane
opening of the Legislative Council. year, he said it was a bit steele | . 4
“ Su iia Shen nes” : ee ; | re breathing easily — thanks to
_, Music by the Police Band nearly say anything abc Founded New Party ‘a-tro-nol! Just a few drops up
his la ecasion as the Earl strode put he hoped that th WW | each nostril shrinks
through the columns of uniformed’ possible R. G. A. THOMPSON, Mrs swollen membrazes, VICKS \ Ly
; men was the P = OF AN- ; ‘ Tees : .
, , ; : ° ri SUA P ben oe a . 50 D Ti and “their two | relieves stuffiness.
EVERAL B.W.1A. flights were Baldwin Will Always TIGUA. BY “S. SUCK Wie 8g . : childr ft Z nia for England | Prevents many colds o
’ he parting Governor was respon- ike A ajans 8 8 | oe s
delayed yesterday due to the B b d persng Was Fores ol ss ‘Gascogne.” Dr if used in time. <
ceathant’ “Taare 10.05 ai e Remembere sible for bringing our Captain or Ss zascogne, r. ‘ | ‘
Bs piri 3 Sinead A ham aba a can TIN’S pularity C. E. Raiso / sua. The An- 4S. C. A. S. Hynam as” k is an Antiguan who has CLUES ACROSS
we ORD ALDWIN’S popularity C. E. Raison to Antigua he An ’ 1 |
fis ht ee: + raed: ane “ a L in } ti 1a will brads be Police Band are a remark- I £ ame ng the large crowd ai been practising medicine in Bir- ; Sue aeaeines “enti anh be
Pe eae a _ por ti id »membered The most popular able credit to their fort-night’s the wharf at St. John’s, Ar mingham for many years. He " ‘shut. SSS Sa a
3 nt Fa > Hp Na: ¢ aes * - : name at the christening font | training She was there to see her six months vacation in 9. Ie (it the only creature vo i
: y NO. ne ee -continies tot VER and v off to England on the S.S s- Antiqua during which time he meer : \
weather the aircraft was not able [OUtt"not forget 8 months old Oli- From Shoe-repairer Suiae® | Altea & Geet duc at feuded a new party known a| (if Cur © Ouciame: }) AQUATIC CLUD CENEMA (Members Only)
to land at either Martinique or vette, daughter of faithful Charles To Baronet Mr. Hynam’ nape will was aken The Pe ples Progressive Party. 12. An Edgar Allan letter in verse ' TONIGHT, AT 8.30
St. Lucia, as was scheduled, ana Joceph, the gardener with whom niiasotincges up with ic activities ; < ternal oe pas haath time in | Warner Bros.’ Happy New Hit :
had to come direct from Guade- Jord Baldwin strolled on the OMES “the story trom. the like all ar ie a keen Trinidad Athletes Leave * the War Department. ud ”
loupe to Barbados grounds of Government House al- County’ of Cheshire that Cricketer and hop see some 15. Sticky snares, THE LADY TAKES A SAILOR
Fi Ye In Agricul most every afternoon. Charles thirty-five-year-old Garnet Wolse- of the forthcon Matches, iY R. Wilfred Tull, Mr. Charles] 16. Ethereal number ? | ‘
oe : a rr roe ture bas the Earl nied Bowers: bat ley, a $15.40 per week shoe- Mr. Hynam will be met at Pad- i Prince and |Mr. Hamilton on See oe eae’ . . . then the fun begins !
. Donald “Joe vayne, son somehow the droughts prevented yenairer is likely to be the next dington Station by his brother § members of the Trini- an aa oe some Cama Starring JANE WYMAN and DENNIS MORGAN
of: Mr. and Mrs. John Layne eps ee aaa monet Sir Garnet Wolseley. Winston (Pony) who, by the way, @@4 tabulary, returned home ; ae ereenerne < Soars |} with EVE ARDEN
of Black Rock, who has just com- 4nce at Governn ou From shoe-repairer to Baron-t recently had another addition to ¥* evening by B.W.1.A." 1. Hat of the Gentiles ? ‘ Directed by MICHAEL CURTIZ
pleted his first yeal in Agriculture, A Mahogany Box should be some experience. Garnet his family, a second daughter. ® ‘ing part in the Barbados 2. Thowgs soperentiy damaged. ) eee —— ALSO —— f
at_ McDonald College and. came has just been informed by the yirs. Hynam who arrived from Police Sports and the two-day] ,. arian, as eee BRITISH NEWS : West Indies loosen up at Lord’s
os Sa iA siase, is Pais a eral BAND “Hell's Gate” pre- Lr ee et F saree, ( — Antigua on Sunday with her little Imtere« —— oo and ag 5 * ‘author of a “12.” International Football England’s Win
Summer ylidays experiencing . j faldv v : 00 ) rite S aristocracy anc ‘ . - > ne: saens Spor Meet at ensington Ova IES "
farm life on a large mechanical ein d Lord B iidwin with a landed gentry), that he is almost daughter ie By spend = veral â„¢ CLUES DOWN WEDNESDAY AT 5.00 and 8.30 P.M.
at ere ara ey Mahogany Box They shall al- certain to be the next Sir Garnet months at Woodside Gardens On Sick L 1. Royal barge, for example? |{ THURSDAY NIGHT AT 8.30
Ddgie® Koa ae many friends “® FEPRaMye! him by all the Wolseley of Mount Wolseley, Car- while he is in England, and pos- n sic eave | %. ert at Seer cance JOHN GARFIELD -i- GERALDINE FITZGERALD
in Canada, and is quite at home pnentis? ‘istance he gave them. Jow, Eire, 12th baronet and senior S!b1) ms PS WE ny her MONG recent arrivals from ° oe eree for ee rae in Warner's
cee, "hey recently completed a concert member of the Irish Branch of one here before returning to Antigua. Sritish Guiana is | Mr 5. Give “9 Across” a penny for | }) “NOBODY LIVES FOREVER”
tour in St. Kitts The Earl was of that nation’s oldest families New Nove! Richter Fung, a Dental Technician 6 Sar apa cient aoa ae! { Ss
. ° tanding nm Haine The - . . - suc By ¢ . 4s 3. For the Great Bed o! fare? SSS ————— —
Returning June 10th standing for three juarters of an / The Geath of the 1]th baronet of New Amsterdam, Berbice. He (two words). Sewnscieeneeneen a a
hour at the end of the pier wait- who died this year, started a ele eadine 5 he’ sick leave 8. With one more letter tt might
R. Basil W. R. Lyon, Special 18 for the launch to take him to World wide search for the next of UST published in London by the : he re on two months sic puea | give atmosphere. PL — THREE DAYS ONLY —
Representative of |Puerto te SS. Gascogne, and “Hell’s kin. There were several claimants, Hogarth Press is “A Morning 2”d is staying at Crystal Waters,| 9. Fae Pha jobe tee ae eho AZA Tues., Wed., Thurs. 5 & 8.30 p.m.
ain = 7 sikerids Pcie anes Gate” which was just thumping but a letter from Garnet’s mother at the Office’? a novel whose Worthing Mr. Fung has tho don’t mind getting into hot PARAMOUNT’S GREATEST DOUBLE-BILL!
need “alate re PETE OL La dully outside the gates near the to Debrett's revealed the survival scene ig set in Port of Spain, @rothers who are Dental Surgeons ‘i eee f ; 1ST IRVING BERLIN’S....
ree eee ‘i ad eran pier (having already played “God of a line of Wolseleys which was Trinidad. The author is Fdgar With pratices in B.G. ' thely protesione ee BLUE SKIES Color By Technicolor !
ere overnight, due to unfavour- pe with you till we meet again”) hitherto believed to have died out Mittelholzer who was born in ‘ 18, Ownership of @ letter in “21.” an me ae Bing Crosby — Fred Astaire
oT weather in od vs ia - were invited within and provided last century. British Guiana of Swiss-German Yorkshireman | 1\. It's disposed of im tea-tents. sme ETS: cue
wi e going to Trinidad today a programme to while away the Garnet was in the army during ae F tar dithb ateaithiie R. Norman Wright, a York- f Ww . 7 ’ 4) .
and returning to Barbados on time until finally amidst loud the war. If there is any cash with ae Tie hie: ase a serait LL. shive man whores. beens) @ Solution on Page 3 HISPERING SMITH
June 10th cheers at 7.30 on June 3rd, the the title he would like to-go {4 England in 1948. The theme ing in Trinidad for about two Alan LADD. Te SBpenia Thre
Mr. Lyon is touring the Carib- launch stole away from the shores abroad, if only to go back to An- of ie” sresent novel is the inter- nar arrived over the week-end . as — Brenda MARSHALL
bean to gét as much information of Antigua with the Rt. Hon. the Zio and visit the old beachhead. ‘ast re sete ee 1 racial iv : from Trit idad to spend ten days ae i
about edch i$land as he can, so as Earl Baldwin of Bewdley He is a bachelor and intends to P bat Silas a os Naat Bora Ani Peake View Hotel He i | SSS eT
nat “- s in a sma yut variegated com- < ced . S|
to encourage American Tourists Ei s tera ee , an oil driller in South Trinidad
ae ight Pictures munity a Soi a }
who come~to Puerto Rico and ° ’ ° (The Garden) ST JAMES
wish to go-farther South after , For Sister’s Wedding ACTIVE KIDNEY : : :
1 ; ORD BALDWIN greatly en- i $s ast Show TONIGHT — 8.20
Sues the 9 maa Snes NP i; couraged the eapesaien of ISS Julieta Mirabal who left @ e “Willian BYTHE SN Ret a tae ae
some to the West Indies bes Steere? et ars 7 we 3 ' am E 2 o ° Alan LADD
aoe ed BWIA. call. theré the Antigua Art Group. At his on Saturday by B.W.I1.A. KEEP You W A PARAMOUNT DOUBLE :
Seni teel tha ce ‘hae eae san invitation the Art Group were en- has gone to Venezuela to be pres- a . - 3 — - -
ite a tourist trade hatwesn tertained to a lecture at Govern- ent for her sister’s wedding to | Nature’s filters may need help MONOGRAMS “ACTION “pouste kbar taal aeeaemanay
Puerto ‘Rico and the West Indies oiite ee a . ice Se oe Sic itr: aoe Ot ens | Jt IS OFTEN SURPRISING Joh M BROWN Sue
ue é . rr * when he visited and painted on Miss Julieta Mirabal ; i: | h i voinny Mack OWN in ° Jimmy WAKELY in
Sit mhacatbenerican tourists: GE ne timady thes toon Belale e Sulleta abal, who is a | a ‘ow quickly backache, lumbago, FLASHED NS’ and “PARTNERS IN THE SUNSET”
1 ‘arit fa: haviek ste ata to ee + a ht nik He visit ying mage Pechibit for hngg eG will be returning to Barbados es the common urinary SESS
a little longer on his next vis rt Group Exhibition to be held shortly and so will the newly | usorders due to sluggish kidney fanaa
in the Council Chamber at the arried couple *f i a action can be
A Course On Home Court House and he ope SNES E steerer 2 ve Letenn
E oe BGs pened the pending their honeymoon in I; p> > i | Strong, active kidn 8 safeguard
Economics Reenseisios ot eneouraged young Haxhatoe ymoon Under the Direction of | your health by aratnian coo aed ;
arusts chasing many o and harmful wastes out of the
ai : . ‘ their early stage pictures. Lord y 2 system. When kidne i
f »8Sé ans ‘ . § : a
2 okra Seat is Baldwin also opened the third After 3 Months, Holiday AP AIN RAI N inadequate and fails 0 fiter the
; ne >pé exhibition where extensive im- 1 7 or C rT lood properly, pain and di a
Education here, left yesterday by provement in talent of the Lee- a ai some FARMER, | fort frequently result, decote Last Showing 5 & 8.30 p.m.
B.W.LA, tg_attend a six weeks’ ward Islands was displayed and . CS eerves oF ar, and Afra, | Doan’s Backache Kidney Pills
course in-Home Economics at the scores of young artists’ work ap- = G, oe of Oughterson’ St AT | bring happy relief by helping to bb
University of Puerto Rico. She peared. The tremendous increase uilip, who has been spending cleanse _and stimulate the ki { BI A ”
is one of ten students who have in attendance by the public showed three months’ holiday in Montreal | filters. Grateful People ev here
héeh— chosen throughort the an interest which Lord Baldwin With relatives returned on Satur- tell noe good Doan’s Pills are.
B.W.I1., to attend this course, when had stimulated day morning by T.C.A } fone, DOA "S§ a
they obtained a United Nations _ On the eve of his departure ; | ‘Dealer for N ws
Welfare Fellowship Lord Baldwin was presented with Trained At The Same ~ Wednesday, June 7th and Thursday 8th—5 & 8.30 p.m.
Three other West Indian stu-,2 S!!t of eight pictures. “West Hospital | |B | Q°6s9959955666606- .
} ,:Indian Fruit by the Pre . PPPOE OOOO + ese “y rH ; y
dents ‘joined. her’ yesterday’ aisiodian, Fruits’ bythe President Hospital = 4 ees Pree iene BOSS OF BOOM TOW:
Seawell. They were Miss Phyllisvarket” by Cecil Adams depict- ISS_ MARY GOWER-REES I ARADE GROUND x ROW AL (Wortnings: AND
Comissiong, who arrived fromMing a scene of a poor stubborn old = arrived from Canada _ on % LAST 2 SHOWS T : a ee
Grenada on Sunday, and Misskeow being dragged through a >#turday by T.C.A. to spend two on < ty Sie ee ee "Nay 7 r oe
Gabrielle Hannays and Miss Olgaffstreet in St. John’s. “Rat Islana” Weeks with Canon P. D. W SEE THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO x 20th C-Fox D : a A NIGHI IN PARADIS 4 (
Shurland whe arrived from Trini-— by Arnold Prince which was re- Moore,. Rector of St. John, and x 20 *-Fox resents
dad yesterday ently on show at the Barbados Mrs. Moore. Mary is nurse in ¢ mis nee Pepe Cornel Wilts ape a aries eer ees
na. Coverite go hs en Sup- Ise “The Fort’ a scene charge of the infant department my -
ioaee Sas aeatie Coens ee cit mike HiT bp eens of the Western Division of the } % “FOREVER AMBER” |

EMPIRE



4 Pel tare 4 on sale at
is a Nutrition Officer with the in the distance. Other Gwen and her sister Patricia ar-

rived on Sunday by B.W.I.A

younger

Trinidad, artists who contributed were Vera

an Educa-

Health in

and Miss -Shurland, is

Department TODAY 445 & 8.30 p.m.

And Continuing



Carmichael, Jackie Winter, Glad- Pat obtained her B.Sc. at McGill,
tion Extension Officer of the stone Walling and there was a and Gwen is here on three months | 'S . 20th, C-Fox Present
Education Department in Trinidad. delightful manuscript by Tully, holiday. JOHNSON STATIONERY “THREE CAME HOME”





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TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1950





BARBADOS



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“Remind me in the morning to put up a notice making it clear that the 2s. 6d. trips round

the manor do not inclu’> bed and breakfast.”









The matter was raised by Mr. things they had ever done
D. Mottley. He made the motio: Having regard to the present
bat the Deanery, consisting of a cost of living it was evident that |
hree-storeyed wall dwelling- one getting the salary of the
id other outbuildings, to- Dean could scarcely afford to |
i ith 14 acres, 24 perches live in a building like the Dean. | ,
ind, being at present in the ery. On the other hand its suit- |
ession of and vested in the ability for a school was beyond |
estr f St. Michael_and/or the question, and one only had to
J Dean and Rector of St. Michael watch the hundreds of childrer
Ss now become unsuitable and being turned away from secon- |
4 expensive, due to its size, to be dary schools through lack of
ed as a home f and by the accommoedation te convince
r of the parish and Dean of himself how very desirable it
=> Michael's Cathedral was to have another secondary
: school.
Less Expensive His suggestion that the Deanery
t made «a secondary wv high
Office of Dean and Rector of chool for girls had m the
he arish i likely ta become ipproval of the Dean a wa
v shortly and the Vestry pointed out in a letter he hac writ-
siould discuss with the present ten to him, but he had not agreed
icumbent and the Bishop of Bay with the suggestion that it be |
bados, the advisability of provid- made an addition to the &t.
ing more suitable and less expen Michael's Girls’ School
tive premises to be used for and
o by the future Dean and Rector No Extra Taxes
with a view to having the present
premises used as He (Mr. Mottley) wanted to
(a) An extension to the St. be borne in mind that he was not

London Express Service



Social Welfare Sharks For Making A Million—7 Ways

‘Sunken

Treasure”’

Correspondent)

WorkersStudy

JuvenileCrime

Our Own Corresponder
KINGSTON, May 31
Juvenile Delinquency problem
in Jamaica were studied last wee!
by representatives of twenty-fiv
Social Welfare Organisations, th

Is Not One

(From Advocate
KINGSTON, May 31,
Kingswood Films began con-
truction of the set for undersea
shots in their first film in Jamai-

Would you like to be







Children’s Authority, a Govern— ca the “Sunken Treasure” this be.

ment nominatéd Board hich week. Upon completion in about

administers Juvenile after-care 4 week’s time, production will ctrl ete Dict edehilacselapelee- eb rerscnto
the Probation Service, the Board: pommence.

of ens ‘ek ona ae Location is thé Municipal y e

POO! elief im the Island, Mic : 5 ' “ ee

aha irctisted Teachers’ Train Bathing Pool at the Bourngmouth Chemical

Beach Club, Kingston.

vomen and



ing Colleges, two police



everal other persons interestec The script calls for divers en- . |.
b ihe cata of ¥ Sake 7 countering live sharks and octopi Tro ue 10n
io ie Ser ely so ponsored and fighting them under water

1 as spons in
adgpnised by the Central Cour Ree utc ten: Sitio Ban ift d
of Voluntary Social Services ar. being taken fron Jamaican L e

fishermen by Kingswood









enue was the campus of the
University College of the We i aaa BONN, June 5.
indies Production of certain chemicals
In all discussions ~ h Sieve R ey l and électro-technical apparatus,
the lectures en, the conterenc hitherto prohibited or subject to
held the view that more coul egiona a special” Allied control, will be
be done for Juvenile Delinquenc R h Bod allowed in future by the West
if greater attention was directe: German Government, the Allied
towards preventive work among esearc y High Commission stated here to-
children and adults, than, the « %/ ak day.
tablishment of institutions for MayBeFormed The Military Security Office is
punishment or long-term care : retaining direct control over only
Among lecturers mates. His (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) a few chemicals, such as war
Honour Mr Co. ae Henrique: materials, certain components for
Resident Magistrate and Chair- KINGSTON, May 31. rocket manufacture and certain
man of the Juvenile Authority-- The establishment of a Regional war gas chemicals.
the Jamaica Children’s Court— Research Organisation under 4 Manufacture of chlorides is

and Dr. K. C, Royes, Government pirector, who would be responsi- henceforth freed from occupation






Psychiatrist ble to the Colonial Office or tv authorities control. ;
a Federal Government in the ee Porcine of Tone in-
event of a Caribbean Federation, “ustrial explosives and their com-

WOOL TALKS and a new systern of land settle- ponents is henceforth freed

ment that would put the settler Poison gas chemicals for peace
MONTEVIDEO, June 5 m agriculturally developed land time use, white phosphorus, liquid
The Uruguayan Rural Federa- ere among the main recommend- and ammunition “ internal
tion is making a bid for the re- jtions made by the conference of fone at an LA oH _ Sport

sumption of wool shipments to 3ritish West Indian Directors of #V® also been decontrol

3ritain which were virtually sus- Agriculture held in Jamaica las)











Most of tnese materials can be
pended since the last war It is week freely imported and exported.
understood that negotiations fo! Alterations in plants for the
the sale of Uruguayan wool to Mr. Geoffr Clay, Agricul- manufacture of these goods must
Britain will be carried out in the tural Adviser to the Secretary however still be authorised by
Uruguayan Embassy in Lond of State for the Colonies, whe the Military Security Board. Ger-
PI ntly Inited States are presided at this conference, an- man factories are henceforth per-
the Uruguayan principal wool cus- nounced these recommendations mitted to produce without special
tomers on Monds He said that the licence radio transmitters, radio

—Reuter more specialised research could navigation apparatus or under-

not be undertaken by the individ- pean | eS ee end = as

+ ual territoriés as they did not sound echo devices provided an
UNEMPLO YMENT have the means and would be exact description of the goods pro-

in the work by the duced is deposited with the Mili-































\ hampered
DROPS IN U.S. limitations of their budget. tary Board.—Reuter
. iS | Tt was intended, he said, that
WASHINGTON, June Baty nisation would augment i
Increased’ employme im: fan | pplement the work being ' , °67/] fi
nd factor in NW } re in the individual territories Senator Un il
ate unemploymen 0} matters of livestock and e 99
600—the lowest since APTI) aeronomic research For Office
e Ce is Bureau reported. |
ber of pe ns with jobs| Commenting on the conference, Charge U.S. Veterans
in M 9,731,000 the high- Clay said that he was very a
est since August 1949 5 ith tt outcome and WASHINGTON, June
eee impressed with the full and = American éx-servicersen hav
ris Be: jae xchange of that had demanded the impeachicent at
raracterised the proceedings. Repul lican Senato ent R
| He was struck with the need for we Carthy whose acé ti af
ins ee }regional research in_ livestock Communism against State Dep
J | breering well as the art, ment members have cau
ather than the science of breed- national controversy
jing that Jamaica has demon- 7
a | The Planning Comn
mm Ar S-1) ica has tried,, he said, American Veterans o
Bm) st % extre s in breeds and had drew up an 800 word
iol (. Bg, -y . <, | reed on the Channel ation of Senztor Me C
} s ' a! sal Isiands breeds as the answer to cusing him of oral n
their search for a dairy cow that and of being “uniit for ofc
would be able to adapt itself to The group claimed that “ic Carih)

c

ropical conditions

| and produce
{© onomieally.

i

|

had degraded the Senate and had
done “more than any other Ameri-






















F : can force to kring world scorn,
i ‘ The Kegional Organisation, Mt. domestic oblique, and general dis-
Le io (DONS | Slay added, would concentrate grace on the Senate—Reuter.
ge tag el” on the breeding, feeding and
| inagement of livestock and the
Stop Pyorrhea and is netical side of both plant and "
| anime f
Trench Mouth =—_ | snimat ht WEST WANTS FEDERAL
1 The f the operation of
in 24 Hours Phe of
Bleeding gums, sore mouth, 0: the organisation, the Agricultural POLICE FORCE
teeth mean that you are a n t riser id ould most likely $s
es ch Mouth, or some ba a a re ‘ , . in os :
Ghat Sr seeaha ase 9 may from C.D, Be W. fate BONN, June 3
your teeth and have to wear false index the curren: policy of GD. The Allied High Cormm ner
ar these mouth | reife & W. putting up 50 per cent. of have referred a request by tl!
ough e 4 so thal now the cavite ay scaly darfean s : ‘ : : 3
EO at four oul of every fi he capital outlay of such schemes West German Government for th
are sufferers sooner or jater. Be nd subsequent maintenance of

formation of a Federal Poli

Force to their respective Govern-
ments, it was officially announccd
here today.

time and stop thesé diseases befo
too late, because they often cause
the losa of t , but also chronic rt
tism and heart trouble

y Saves Teeth



recurrent expenses

With regard to land settlement,
the conference agreed and has
| recommended that capital expend-
|







4,
It is correct, the statement said,

rerican t ubhie = ly : ,
1 | iture Hich is normally used for . 8 ate
social development on land set- that the West German Govern-
tlements be used in the future ent has felt some concern abou

for the its own prestige and security and
has made representations to
High Commission regarding th

raising of a Federal Police Fores

devélopment of the land

th

Three Injured



Catherine Small and Norr
Jones of Christ Church r
Eustace Downes of St. Phil
were yesterday injured whe
they were involved in an acc
dent on Binfield Road Je



ho was d



think the opportunities are no longer

nad happened



Just Sitting And Waiting

Of Them

(From FREDERICK COOK)

NEW YORK,
a millionaire? Perhaps you
there, as they used to

‘Seven people would disagree with you. They think—
on the basis of their own lives—that it can still be done

Millionaire No. 1, Conrad Hilton
(the man who bought the Waldorf
and whose son married Elizabeth
Taylor, the film actress), says the



trick is Originality of Thought,

seeing a chance and seizing it.
His story: “I was a_ banker's

son. One day I went down to

Cisco, Texas,
I had my
my pocket
the owner

to buy a small bank.
life savings, $5,000, in
When I got there,
asked a lot more
“That
hotel ar

night I
told

sat in the local
the owner, what
It was a ramshackle
place The owner who was
also his own manager, asked me
if I would give him my $5000 for
his hotel. I bought it on the spot.

That was the start of the Hilton
Hotels chain. And the bank—it
went broke!”

Millionaire No. 2, R. N. Harris,
says the secret these days is not



just having a good product, It
lies in advertising what you have

Mr. Harris cevised a scheme
for home permanent wave sets
“IT advertised my first kit by
mail, and all I got was six re-
plies, I tramped from shop to
shop and gave them a_ personal
sales talk. That did no good
either Ij had to be newspaper
advertising, on a big scale. The
moment we started that we suc-
ceeded.’

Harri retired” at 33. He sold
é6ut to the Gillette Company for
$20,000,000. Now, at 35, he is a
Gillette director—still in charge
of promotion

Millionaire No. $3 Henry T
Kaiser, thinks it i vision that
does it. “You need a. life-
work that keeps you _ forever
growing,” is the way he puts it

Kaiser started in a small pho-
tographiec shop Then he sold
hardware He branched out into
and ar gravel, from that into
bridge-building tunnel-building,
road-building. He has built dams,

ink nines, produced finished

el, and entered the competitive
U.S ar industry Today he sit
‘ 17 boards of director

Semething Different’

Millionaire

ays nobody

Jolson,

No. 4, Al
I off

hould be put
neon
before
I ay from
muinst
there

ninstre! be





have to

fore But you
ing better than the chs

e before Touct t
improve it, find something ciffer-
to offer. In the field of sho

that just adds up to

you

ent



busines
original.



an

Not For Waiting
No Howard
roadsiat

Millionaire 5,
Johnson, of a
restaurant chain ays
not t
started
recipe

owner
should
conservative He
with nothing but
making icecream

you

too

out
for

I knew I had to sell

counters possible ind
the opening of the very first
place J just forced my-
p on growing. Believe
I skated on pretty thin ice for
ar But I came

it over a
many
fron
ice=c
f to kee

as

rean

Mm



five or > ti

throug}

illionaire No. 6, Gene Tunney,











it the old saw, “Ever
comes to him who wai
thing he has ever noticed
coming to such men, he says, is
and drearr and old age
is the Tunney
ere t used all the
force as in me, I
t ! up as a fire-
n ¢ olice r After his
fighting da Tunney went on to
be . yerous businessmar
T t » member J
N Ye I per firr 1,
id and he
ec f half iozen enter-
Millionaire No. 7, J. Howard
McGrath the trick to re-
It does not
e, - 4 it i
¢ or the
M bits : ;
LES



ADVOCATE



Vestry Want Deanery |
For Girls’ School
Upkeep of Building Too Expensive
Vestry Awaits Legal Advice

THE VESTRY of St. Michael yesterday agreed
that the Deanery should used

* In prin-

be as a secondary

ciple '
3 chool fer girls. The Vestry will take no action, however, |

until they get degal opinion as to their position









Michael’s Girls’ School, or asking that the taxpayers of the







b) Another much needed Se parish be further taxed for the
ondary or High Schoo) for purpose of providing this school
girls What he had in mind was that

the Central Government be al-
Mr. Mottley suica that curing tne lowed to take over the Déanery
discussion this year of the esti- to be used as a secondary school
mates, when they were prepariny for girls, and they provide a suit-
the sum to be expended on pa able building for the Rector of the
rochial property he drew it to the parish. If this could be arranged

tentic of the Vestry that it he did not see how it could fail to
eemed unnecessary to go on re. meet the approval of every one

pairing the Deanery because it wa
too big and its upkeep to
expensive

Agreed Entirely
A. S. Bryden said that he

really

Mr

A glance at the records woul agreed entirely with Mr, Mottley
show that for a period of 10 year. but suggested that before any de-
including the provision .for ex- cision be reached, further consid-
penditure this year, they woul: eration of his motion be postponed

until they obtained legal opinion
as to what was their position.
Other members as well ex-
pressed agreement with Mr. Mott-
ley’s suggestion, pointing out that
the Deanery was an ideal spot for

have spent the amount of $5,482.8¢
uite a tidy sum

Who Are The Owners ?
There had been some mirunder-

standing as to who were th




owners of the Deanery, but a per- % Secondary school. The Vestry
‘1 of the Minutes of the Vestry decided, however, to accept the
1856 showed that the Vestry by SU8gestion of Mr. Bryden in post-

Act of legislation had obtained poning further discussion until

loan of £3,000 for the purpose legal opinion could be obtained

Che title deeds were in the name
of the then vestrymen and Recto:

Chairman of the Vestry. Nev
ertheless he felt that in regard t&
a change as that he was suggestin
they should discuss it with the
Lord Bishop and the present Rec
tor. He knew they would be 100
per cent behind the idea of havin
a smaller and more suitable house
f the Rector of the parish and

Maximum Salary

T. W. Miller
yesterday

Mr
tion

made the mo-
that all employees

given 15 or more year arvice to
the parish, be put to the maximum
f{ their salary scale as had been
done at a previous meeting of the
Vestry

This motion will be discussed at





the Deanery to be used for edu~ the next meeting of the Vestry.
cational purposes The Vestry adopted the report
‘ ‘ of the Commissioners of Health
Secondary School relative to acquiring land at the
re corner of Eagle Hall for a district
This matter of another secon-

market
dary school for girls was important

to the entire community, The Mr. F. k. C, Bethell was ap-
Vestry had on record that they pointed to fill a temporary vacancy
had already provided the St on the Board of the Westbury
Michael's Girls’ School, and what- Cefmétery Commtssionéts and Mr.
ever might be said about them H. A. Tudor to fill a similar va-
that would go down in posterity as cancy on the Board of Trustees to

one of the most commendable Harrison CoNnege



We Pay Cash Down While You Wrangle

U.S. Buyers Beat
British In Tea Markets

New York,

WHILE LONDONERS—who want it—get less and kc
tea, New Yorkers—who do not much care either wa)
are getting more and more. ‘

The main reason is that American buyers who go Eas
in search of it are a keen-eyed lot of business-men driv:



























in the Parochial Service who have

PAGE
U.S. Chapel “Win Jamaic:
In St. Paul’s For Christ”

















Read 95 %
‘ .
eady In 1951 oe Ce
The attorney fron t t Q Christ
| United States, ran a I I a. Sper
over the model of the "OW
chapel to be included in ,
f St, Paul’ hict i ,
the cathedral ci
4 nice e com pai KC vt
When told that two milfior leadership of tl R
ful Britons had sub bed t bs BA., I sh
the chapel, e asked W st In the ncour
io we come in iglica Bapti Te
| He was told that it uM Methodists, Asse
ntirely Briti Tort he ian Churehes, Congrega
irely Brit & Yor : Mi ; ne
t r he Amer ; = YM
fices in the n \ 3 vy “ Y i h-@
The removal of the syadesidbistend es
reredk will give a
the chapel fr« na ‘ J escribe 1
choir, and th for t a A 1
ickground to the it ‘ ‘
is the enfire ca
When the Sun Shines continue fo
er t t
rhe chapel wilt be the ext i tea
ink between. Britai o
America, in any Er
It will for instance, dw
Harvard memoria hapel
Saviour’s, Southwark
The model of the chapel show Dp
how the sun will shine through ro)
the six windows, and project the relict ae eh
medicated Dr M
colours of the United State Soothes as it heals, A sale home
femblems down into the choir treatment for over 50 years 33

It is hoped to finish the chapel
by the time of next year's Britis!
Festival

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effervesces with split-se
on by the hope of a profit, while Britain’s buyers a action... reidy to goto work
Government officials Fee, Customs es Sern
Frequently e best of the tea “While the gritish =6wrangle | at your drugstore fountaia or
oo o Americ about prices and long-term deais counter today. A product of
High Quality ometimes for a year’s suppl Emerson Drug Co, since 158
In v Yorhk vhere nee tl} ahead American buyer vrite °
“”aY oloriou bad, itis now @ cheque at oncé and walk oil Ui ante at Boos NG SLUMS
otte h La ( Ter, But With the goc | Ssinyscyy pur yoosys; Preosgy .
Americar till have much to Long-term bargaining a ; s =
earn ri 1 not do for the postwar marke bse
in 1 ‘ i ve til! se The British ear were able Y
in per | ruining the flav- to argue Ceylon and ITadia int Smoke To { our
uP? t many home the igning contracts yn} about \ }
ull mak t “with .2 irm half the pfice increase that was i ' D li h i}
wither, ma the cus stead cf asked ! Heart 5 e ig t }
ising a teapot “But the negotiation: .ave taken | | . \
But the tea they have of so long—théy are usually complete | } ‘gs ia hale a new etobke of iy
high quality, full-bodied, and ef by mid-April—that Eritain i i{ s )))
ood flave caught short be
” »))
10 Years’ Change Auctioned Le | p - S 1))
When London had its great ten "he will be lucky she yet i}
varket, Mincing Lane w the 60 per ¢ént, of the 100 million \
vorld’s tea centre But in the Of tea she is seeking from Ceylon. |\ — including —
) year ince it was closed Much ot it has long = ~ \ i ON,” BRIAR, MAYFAIR AND EVERDRY )
Zritain’s competitive powers have auctioned off. And what i 1 \
hrunk is not of top quality.” \ wy, mao — )
To-day, in the face of cash- TOBACCOS. . i}
down offers from American buy- were \ FOUR SQUARE, CAPSTAN, LOG CABIN, CLASSIC, Y)
ers, Britain’s bulk buyers are ‘ GOLD BLOCK. sf
wetting left far behind Fruit For NZ | .
American competition is keer | COLLINS DRUG STORES
With the price of ecWfee—-still the (From Our Own Correspondent ie re ES
fare i peo Pgh ei ie tes KINGSTON, May 31 | (oe PPPOE EEA POO OTT %
a ae paenes Agsyres - paeta New Zealand is to take 100,000 | 3 %
firms here are launching million- boxes of Jamaica citrus this year |* %
dollar campaigns to boost sales. 7eike petween the Jamaica Citrus | % %
And they are succeeding, al- Growers’ Association and repre-| _ 'a‘ *
though tea still lags far behind sentatives of the Dominion’s Fresh | % 4 oO r B D My, ss
coffee in the American home, and Fruit Trade ended in Kingstor 3 x
consumption is minute compared last week in an agreement be | 4 r r , 14) *
with that in Britain . tween the C.G.A. and the firm 1% STL Rp» SHOR %
represented for the supply of thir | 4 x
Taking to it amount of Jamaican oranges 1 with nonslit soles *
Arrangements have heen mad in Brown <2 Black es
In the three years 1946—48 giready to ensure that shippi. } Sizes it- ~B, S0.m8 S
Britons consumed an average 7.61) will be ovate to wate the tec | Sizés 2- 5 %
of tea each a year In 1946 to New Zealand w ere it ace’ | ' *
ae bought only .55!6 per cormpetition from Australian fruit DRESS SHOES :
ead ¥
Thig figure was raised to 6 : in Patent, Brown or White >
n 1947, and fell to 37th, in 1948. Levers Soaps Will Sizes 11-1, $3.40 rer pair %
Last year it crept up to 611f : x
A trade spokesman said. “There Be Locally Made , Also Received : SHOE POLISH 10c, per Tin R
i 0 ibt that mericans a | °
tating to ioe In Me the tota (From Our Qwn Correspondent | SUEDE CLEANER in Black or Brown 1 x
noved from wholesale retail KINGSTON, May 31 . . in. > p . e
dtalicaee wae Ot rmition.-? Certain proprietary brands of | BATA LIQUID WHITE 20c., FLOOR POLISH 360.
Britain in the same r took Unilever soaps will shortly _b« % S
410 million America’ figure manufactured in Jamaica at tl % ~
showed ar creas of about Hingston West-End Factory ® x
5.000.0001h in three year Soap and Edible Products Limit * ‘S
: ~ a a The necessary agreemen ha ° *
The Trouble been signed between Leve Y *
her trade thorit ' Ur er Ltd and Soap and E } ds X
ible with Britain’s tea Products Ltd and practical x THE BRITISH BATA SHOE CO., LTD. .
iltie i e k- rangements are now in hand to|%
tart production oF SPREE EEOC SELL LCL LES PPE CPE FOE PP LPO








PAGE FOUR



BARBADOS €4 ADVOCATE

Pubitaned by th. Acvocate Co. ita, 34, Sroad Bi, Briaaewws

1950



Tuesday, June 6,

DAIRIES

AS A RESULT of Regulations made by
the Vestry of St. Michael all Dairies in the
City area were to have been removed by
October of last year. Dairy owners, how-
ever made representations to the Vestry
and as a result the removal date was ex-
tended to October of this year.

The Regulations reflected the attempt of
the authorities to clean up the city and to
place dairies outside the residential area.
Urfortunately however, the Regulations
did ct give the Authorities anv discretion
in orcering removal nor is any provision
made for compensation of those persons
whose means of livelihood will be brought
to an end as a result of the actions of the
local government.

While it is true that there are some
dairies which, because of too close proxim-
ity to other houses or because of insanitary
conditions should not be allowed to con-
tinue, there are also some dairies which
were developed under the supervision of
the sanitary authorities, which are situated
in arm area some distance from other houses
and which are in every respect models for
the running of dairies. Under the Regu-
lations the latter as well as the former are
scheduled for removal.



Such a policy cannot be a wise one. Bar-
bados does not have a supply of milk suffi-
ciently large to enable the island to afford
to destroy dairies which are run in an
efficient manner. The obvious solution is to
give the Director of Medical Services a
discretion in the exercise of the powers
under the Regulations and, if need be, an
appeal could lie to the Law Courts from
the decision of the Director of Medical
Services.

No time should be lost by the Vestry in
making the necessary amendments. The
dairy owners should have ample notice if
any further reprieve will be accorded to
them or whether an altogether new and
more enlightened policy will be adopted.

Dairy owners who have to seek alterna-
tive accommodation will undoubtedly have
difficulty in finding suitable places to trans-
fer their dairies and may be compelled to
sell their cows for the purpose of butcher-
ing. In such an eventuality the island will
be deprived of sources of fresh milk which
will not be easy to replace and which in
some cases could have been avoided with-
out prejudicing the health of the commun-
ity or the cleanliness of the City.



WELCOME
INFORMATION

THE Government is to be congratulated
on the pubiication of the new Civil List
revised up :o July 1949 printed by the
Advocate Co., Ltd. The new volume, the
first printed since 1939, contains useful
information which not only members of
the Service but businessmen as well as
others always want to know.

The lack: of knowledge of the various
departments of the Service and its person-
nel has been the ground in the past of
much unfounded criticism, The new List
will remove much of this. In addition it
will enable those whose business takes

' them to various departments to save time
for themselves and annoyance to busy
clerks, by calling on the personnel whom
they want.

One feature which is most valuable is
the setting out of the various statutory
Boards. The greater portion of the public
service rendered in this* island has been
on boards which at one period of our his-
tory spent more than half our total ex-
penditure,

On the whole the new List has
well compiled and its publication
tremely welcome.

been
is @x-

tyne nn

OUR READERS SAY: O I L

Parliamentary Secretary to

the Beard of Education,

London, 1937-1940; and Mem-

ber ct worliament for the
| Combined English Universi-

ties, 1945-1950.

It’ WAS a tew weeks before the
4r.vasion of Normandy in June,
1944, that the Education Act—the
| most far-reaching eyer placed on
| Ue statute book—was passed into
}ivgislation by the United King-
som Government For the sarst

}ume in british history a compre-
juiensive view was tuken of tne
cope ci e.ucation irom the

|

| \ursery School to the University,







} i. Cluding suca matters scnool-
ung, tne school medical service,
wault activities, pro-

the mentally and

handicapped.





At the same time the Act made
consiaerabie nges in the struc-
ture of the vem For example,

! fees were abolished in schools

uader the national system, and all
enildren were regarded as entitled
to seconcary education. To achieve
{ids objective the school-icaving
ee was raised to 15 (later to be
advanced to 16) and all children
row have to be allocated after
some six years of Primary Educa-
tion to one of the many forms ot
Secondary School. The number of
education authorities or local dis-
tricts has been reduced from over
300 to about 150 and the amount
of money they each receive from
the Ministry of Education has been
increased, and thus a more genuine
equality of opportunity has been



effected, No child is held back
because it happens to live in a
poor or remote district. Then

again, all teachers recéive a basic
salary of £300 a year (slightly less
for women) with additions for full
Tiniversity training and high
standards of scholarship.

Dr. Maurice Jacks, a former
headmaster and now Director of
] the Department of Education at
Oxford University, surveys in a
recent book; “Modern Trends in
Education,” some of the problems
that have arisen as a result of the
Sducation Act of 1944. He finds
himself in general sympathy with
the new horizons presented by the
reforms, but is quick to point out
the dangers that may accompany
increased control. Although he
calls his book “Modern Trends in
Education,” he is in fact attempt-
ing to face the major problems
which beset modern education in
all the free countries of the world.
Perhaps the educational system in
Britain which is in process of
transition, can throw some light on
those problems,
Parent-Teachers Associations

Britain is in the midst of ex-
panding education from a limited
number of school-years, from a
congeries of disconnected and

highly specialised parts to a life- out of practical necessities rather



BARBADOS

Modern Trends In
| Edueation

By Kenneth Lindsay

long process, uniied and continu-
ous, embracing the whole human
being body, hand and heart. This
transition involves the fullest use
of modern psychology, a freshly
equipped body of teachers, con-
stant experiment, the use of many
agencies outside the scnool-roorn,
notably parent-teachers associu-
tions which are springing up all
over the United Kingdom

Lut, aias, there are two prob-
lems in the finance and
buildings Moreover, tt!
tion has been coimplica‘e
large increase in thé
during World War II

path,

be forgotten that not ¢ i
schcol-building halted by the war,
but over 2,000 chool yere

bombed At the mo6meat ‘ic
building programme can birely
keep pace with the demand

by an increased child populatic
It is well known that the
of child development is individu!
attention; indeed, the new Ac ox
pressly refers to education
cording to age, ability amd apti-
tude,” and elsewhere says “pupils
are to be educated in accordance
with the wishes of their parents
as far as this is compatible with
efficient instruction and the
avoidance of unreasonable ex-
penditure.”




Britain has » minority of about
nine per cent. Roman Catholic
population. The State pays almost
the entire total costs of ad-
ministration in Roman Catholic
schools, but with increased build-
ing costs there is an additional
difficulty when it comes to new

schools. The supreme question,
therefore, for the Ministry of
Education is not reform, but

priority within several lines of re-
form. These are some of the
growing pains, inseparable from
carrying into practice such a far-
reaching Act in times so difficult.
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than blue-prints. There is a con. |

stant tug-of-war between effici-| Hy
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Alan Harvey
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,0OK; henc § cNné p Cé ngs - 7

. ai ” -arliament,
“Mechanization”, “Humanism” | oe
“Freedom and Control”. Everybody’ wants to be their friend. Conserv-

The English tradition, inheritea wae tl with winning speeches and Social-
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(hitherto called Public Schools,| National Liberals, a small group which votes, with
such as Eton, Winchester and » Con crvatives, have invited orthodox Li erals |
Beaumont) is that the essence JO.8 ui |
of education is a personal rela- ss pded 1
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taught. This is as true of ¢ 1 at Divies, fecls strangely insecure. It di n’i
Nursery School, a Modern Sec- | ’¢2 reply % ¢ National Literals whom Davies
ondary School, or a Workers} !:8S described as the “liquorice ali-sor:s” because

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regarded as a spiritual and minia-

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of schools. Moynihan.

‘hristidn Doctrine of Personal

What happens,

Value sought after by

The names of Rousseau, Pesti-

yotes cast for Liberals at the February general
lozzi, Dewey and Margaret Mac- ee nee
: mas election.
millan (the pioneer of Nursery
Education) still mean much to

teachers in Britain. The Christian
doctrine of personal value has
been re-asserted in every enquiry

frustration. Its
electors should
represent

and report produced in modern

times. Dr. Jacks, while never) times as many seats.
underrating technical efficiency

and good administration, comes The Liberals
down definitely on the side of

the humanists.

, 7

In the last 50 years education psi
has become more and more eal t searnéat
instrument of national policy, and ;

interasted in Liberal theories than in the 2,600,000

them.

about five times as many votes, won more than 30

convinced that they still represent the ideals of ¢
great proportion of the people.

the Liberals are bound to be
persons who may perhaps be less

This is one of the party’s principal eauses of

spokesmen claim that 2,600,000
have more than nine members to
The Conservatives, with only

|
inherit a great tradition and are |

So they find it

alling to be reduced to what even their own sup- |
acknowledge to be a

ragged fringe in

|

in some countries prostituted to

But much has been accomplish-
ed. No less than 30,000 ex-Service
men and women have been train-

serve the exe
the State. Dr
ehapter entitle

lusive interests of
Jacks in a special
d “Education as a

ed as teachers in Emergency National and Social Service” has
Training Colleges. Nearly some wise words to say on the
£40,000,000 have been expended social function of the school.

on training other ex-Service men

and women for the professions. It is the bel
All the Universities are full to that children
overflowing, with an increase of Most by pract

60 per cent. on pre-war numbers.

More than 200,000 boys and girls
are experiencing part-time educa-
tion during working hours. These
young people are between the
ages of 15 and 18, which was a
veritable no-mans-land before the
war Youth clubs, Scouts and
Guides, and scores of Church and
Cadet organizations abound,
financed and assisted by the State
and Local Authorities.

Education in Britain has grown

groups to Tr
Women’s Insti
tive Unions.
these voluntar
self-governmer
expanded their
ties, in many
summer schoo
nent Colleges
with the Prim
schools, are t
of democracy

ief held in Britain
and adults learn
ising democracy in

the scores of societies from Youth

ade Unions, from
tutes to Co-opera-

It is notable that all

ry societies, where
it is the rule, have
- educational activi-
cases establishing
ls or even perma-
. These, together
ary and Secondary
he real workshops
where a sense of



social responsibility is engendered



‘Perks, Fiddles and Dodges’

have lowered the standard of British morale

MERICANS are suddenly wak-
ing up to the fact that here,
in Britain, we are all over-taxed.
In a land where millionaires are
two a penny, it
staggering surprise to them to
learn that Britain has only
3,500 people with incomes, af-
ter tax of £4,400 a year or more
and only 70 with more than
£6,000.

How, the Americans are asking,
do British businessmen keep
going when Cripps takes away
so much of their income?

Seeks an Answer

Can Britain ever stage a come-
back if initiative and brains are
hit so hard?

The business magazine ‘Fortune’
has been seeking an answer to
these questions. It arrives at
some highly provocative con-
clusions,

According co this authority, the

British businessman is living
to-day on three things—his
capital, his expense account,

and his belief in his own (and
Britain’s) future.

Those who have been accus-
tomed to large incomes have
not correspondingly lowered

their standard of living.

“They either spend capital or
enjoy what is now the first
thing asked about by any job
applicant in Britain, the
‘perks,’

comes as a’

By Bernard Harris ener

“‘Perks’ have taken a new
form; generous expense ac-
counts, an executive’s right to [t alleges that
a company car, a department other dod
head’s right to eat in the ex- about a seri
ecutive dining room, and the 3ritain’s on
URC. so 1a”

Buys Them Suits

‘Fartune’ reports that one
company buys its executives’

But Fortune
capital,

of public morals

perks,
not nearly so important as the

on the managing
icken coop for cash

that goes unreported.

Buoyed by Hope

“perks, fiddles, and
ges have brought
ous deterioration in
ce-proud standards
concludes that
and fiddles are

suits to keep them presentable. other thing that has kept the
Even small companies, it says, British businessman going—

employ landscape gardeners hope. ’

“who not only look after the Businessmen and their salaried

employees, i
up by hopes
They just
present taxe

factory rhododendrons, but also
the company chairman’s farm.”
It tells of carpenters who will not
work overtime because of the
9s, tax, but who will work on

So, in spite of
Cripps
busines
American
dent that
economic
1952, when



en

Socialism,
private busi
can pull it o

“The

are licked,

imposes on

observers
Britain

Socialists,

t says, are buoyed
of an early change.
don’t believe in
9S, and their non-

belief has kept them going
Britain’s Comeback

the burdens which
successful

these

are confi-
will regain
independence by
Marshal aid ends.

terprisers,

“The comeback of Britain,” they
say, “will not be a triumph for
but

British
which alone

for
ness,

ff.

they
longer

who know
are no

obstructing the businessman’s
recapture of a large part (not

“ , ‘
I don’t know—one does all) of his former _ social
one’s darnedest these days power.... The original

buc

nobody’s at
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jcanes, and for his wife’s curtain rods as well, to

As if that were not enough, Davies and company
have been seriously advised to pack up as a party
and become a political society. The Independent
Sunday Observer editorially advised the Liberals
to ponder .this possibility while the chance re- |
mains,

“If the Liberals chose this course,” the editorial
said, “they would keep their party organization in
being, on a modest scale, but they would no longer

|





claim to rank as a major party—or indeed as ¢ |
party at all in the ordinary sense.” |
|
They would become a political society, devoted |
to tinding, working out and promoting certain ideas
and seeking to get these adopted, either in full by
one of the other parties, or in part by both. |
|
“Their ambition would not be to form a Lib-
eral government, but to make this a Liberal |
country, The time may have come when only
through a far-seeing act of political abnegation by

the Liberal party can Liberal thought survive.”
—(C.P.)

BRITISH =BAMBOOS

IT IS well known that bamooos are a common
growth in many Eastern countries but it is rather
surprising to find them flourishing in Britain.



But they do grow there, satisfactorily, as Frederick |

Nettlingham related in a BBC programme. Many
gardeners have a clump of bamboo in their garden
and use the canes for staking other plants that
need support, but Mr. Nettlingham grows his
bamboos commercially and has started a new
British industry. He began his new business by
chance, when he picked a small bamboo stem four
inches long from a rubbish dump. It had one
little leaf and two frail and threadlike roots

Nettlingham planted it and to-day it is a clump
of over a thousand canes twelve to fifteen feet high.
The Nettlingham bamboos now cover well over two
hundred and fifty acres of ground near Bodmin in
Cornwall and are known locally as “the Cornish
jungle.” Every week as the bamboo growti
spreads Nettlingham and his assistants make new
roads and new waterways for irrigation. They have
replaced serub, bramble, nettlebed, blackthorn
and bracken by those sturdy bamboo canes, which
grow along the valley, up the hillsides and out
of sight into the woods. When men who have
served in Burma come to the Cornish Jungle they
can hardly believe their eyes and walk about
among the bamboos in a dream.



Frederick Nettlingham finds that growing and
selling these tropical canes is a profitable business.
They are chiefly in demand as plant stakes but
are also used for making fishing rods, feather
dusters, toffee apples and trolley poles, on golf
greens and in watercress beds and by school-
masters who make musical pipes from them. The
Cornish bamboos are of good quality and are
exported to most European countries and some
Commonwealth ones but Mr. Nettlingham thinks
that every sensible British gardener should grow
a clump for himself “to meet his needs for garden

say nothing of the article of correction for hi
offspring and a fishing rod as a rewar.d” ft
sounds a varied crop to come from one plant but
Mr. Nettlingham obviously knows what he is talk-
ing about,

rr

The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Government intervention
in oil affairs in Barbados seems
to have led to still more deplor-
able results.

Why should such things be done
in Barbados?

May I recount the local history
of. oil very shortly,

Oil has been produced in Bar-
bados in small quantities for very
many years.

Thirty years ago the B.U.O.C.
came and since then, at an expen-
diture of over four million dollars,
they have gained much knowledge,
mostly negative, a valuable supply
of natural gas, but no great quan-
tity of oil,

Having decided that further
exploration for oil required a v ery
costly deep drilling programme,
they set about getting leases of
oil rights throughout the Island.
They.feared that if, at great ex-
pense they put wells down two
miles or more and at length struck
oil, unless they controlled all the

ground, some pirate, standing
quietly in the background and

spending nothing on exploration

had cast covetous eyes over Bar-
bados’ oil rights and hankered
after them, but, always, of course
with good intentions.

The war intervened, but in 1946
the B.U,O.C. whose leases then
covered about 70% of the Island,
found difficulty in tying up the
rest.

In their innocence, they took
their trouble to the Barbados
Government and asked for help.
The Government suggested to the
Colonial Office that this gave an
opportunity to acquire the Island
oil rights. The Colonial Office
agreed and began to manoeuvre

In 1948 the Colonial Office sent
out an oil expert, Mr. G. W.
Lepper to “report on the desir-
“ability of vesting in the Crown
“the mineral rights in Petroleum
“and the Policy to be adopted
“thereafter for Oil Prospecting and
“Development”. He was to advise
the Governor on oil mining legis-
lation

and the subsequent issue

of licences,
In January 1949 he reported
that, in his opinion, it was

necessary, in the public interest,

might step in and drill clos: t any new oil found in Barba-
enough to their productive we'l hould be developed as a unit,
‘to tap their discovery, which great stress on the waste
would be manifestly unfair. levelopment and_ operating
Meanwhile the Colonial Office w npeting interests scrain-¢
i
~

bled for oil from the same pool.
To ensure such unit development
he advocated expropriation of oil
rights, which he expressly found
were privately owned.

He approved of the proposal
that B.U.O.C. should get Trini-
dad Leasehoids, who were fully
€quipped for the purpose, to join
With them in deep drilling explo-
ration, and recommended _ that
B.U.O.C. should be invited to
surrender their numerous existing
leases and should get in exchange

a_ Prospecting Licence in the
Model Colonial Form over the
whole Island,

He further advised that no

Licence or Lease over the bed of
the sea should be *granted until
oil had been developed on land
and there was evidence that the
productive area was likely to ex-
tend beneath the sea. He also in-
dicated certain advisable prelim-
inary enquiries before making any
such grant, to protect fishing and
navigation.

No one can question Mr, Lep-
per’s professional competence
though some may think that he
went further down the political
road than practical considerations
required. But he was in a diffi-
cult position, in view of his in-
structions

The Lepper Report was accept-

able to Government because

though it demolished the official
claim to oil rights, it provided an
excuse for expropriating them. In
some quarters there was objection
to giving individual landowners
any share in royalties, but there
could be no objection to the re-
commended monopoly in prospee-
®ion, because, #f competition in
prospecting were permitted, away
would go the unit development
to which Mr, Lepper attached such
importance, and this, in turn, was
the sole excuse for expropriation

To carry out the recommenda-
tions of the Report a draft Bill
Was presented to the House of As-
sembly; now it differed from these
recommendations by depriving in-
dividual landowners of any share
in the royalties. After a good deal
of controversy, during which the
Report was referred to, the Legis-
lature gave back to the landown-
ers the share of royalty Mr. Lep-
per had recommended. The legis-
lation is now the Petroleum Act
1950. It should be noted that the
controversy was limited to Mr
Lepper’s expropriation proposal
and did not touch his other re-
commendations

In the meantime in faith of the
Government's intentions Trinidad
Leaseholds had been bro







and had been informed by the
Government that it had been de-
ided to adopt the Lepper Report

and had been carrying out the ne-
cessary scientific investigations
before drilling. It may be noted
that Gulf Oil puts the cost of such
operations at $20,000 per month.

As soon as this Petroleum Act
1950 became law months ago pri-
vate rights, with some small ex-
ceptions, were thereby expropri-
ated and the B.U.O.C.’s leas-
es ceased to exist. The
B.U.O.C. applied for the con-
templated Prospecting Licence
over the Island and were
turned down. They were not even
offered the 70% their leases had
covered. On the statements pub-
lished, B.U.O.C., Titnidad Lease-
holds and Mr. Lepper have all
been discarded together and
thrown aside.

It is an extraordinary and dis-
turbing affair.

I have special sympathy for
these companies because Barbados
owes B.U.O.C. so much for the
services of the late Dr. Senn. His
Report on the Island Water Sup-
plies is of immense consequence
and value to Barbados, and it was
a gift

The Official account of the meet-
ing with the B.U.O.C. and T. L,
representatives seems incomplete
The heads of considerable enter-





prises and Trinidad Leaseholds is
a very considerable enterprise,
are not hysterical Having corne

to this conference from England
and Trinidad, with two Leading
Counsel in attendance, it seems
incredible that they would just
walk out, like a Soviet delegate to
the United Nations, unless there
had been some provocation in
manner or in matter that made
courteous discussion impossible.

The important question is not
whether B.U.O.C. and T.L.
were wise or unwise to leave the
conference, but whether our Gov-
ernment had acted fairly and hon-
estly in deciding, not to issue the
Prospecting Licence to B.U.O.C.
for the whole Island. The curious
thing to me is that I do not see
any advantage to Barbados from
what seems a very definite breach
of faith. What advantage has been
gained by the decision to divide
the Island and hand approximate-
ly half to Gulf Oil?

Unless Providence has arranged
that any oil there may be is fai
removed from the very involved
boundary decided on, we have lost |
the orderly development as a unit!
for which, on Mr Lepper’s advice,
private oil rights were sacrificed

The official statement attributes








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advice Honourable N. E,|
Tanner really is not fair. |!
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Our Readers Say
@ From Page 4

decision rested on the Government
here; they had nad and accepted
the advice of Mr, Lepper and they

and others nad aciea yun it; iney
knew the whole story and local
conditions. Mr. Tanner is Minister

of Lands and Mines in the Prov-
ince of Alberta, a position he has
held with distinction and ability.
Alberta, a vast inland pruirie
province, much cver a thousand
umes as big as Barbados, has few
people in it, under 4 to tne square
mie as against over 1,200 here

Oil rights still ungranted over
great areas are in the Crown,
while rigaits ver great areas are
in private land Until 1947 the

oil experience of Alberta had not
amounted uo but jn that
year two strikes of great impor-,
tance were raia+ ai no great depth.
Already production is rge and
future possibilities are enormous.
Oil is cefinitely booming in Al-
berta. Until he devoted himself to
Politic Mr. Tanner had had
various occupations, but none, |
believe, had anything to do with
oil. But for the last two or three
years he must have had intensive
experience, not so much perhaps
with oil, as with the scouts and
representatives of a dozen or more
Oil Companies, al! eager to share
in the wealth from these discover-
ies. Doubtless they were round
him like flies round a honey pot.
If conditions here had been any-
thing like those in Alberta Mr.
Tanner’s experience would have
been of great value. But they are
auite different. We have no great
inland areas sparsely populated,
and of little value (the Canadian
Pacific sells land at $8.00 to $12.00
per acre). We have no boom, no
proved productive area. On the
contrary, just a costly deep level
exploration in a small, densely
populate’, highly cultivated
Island. But before the great ex-
pense of deep drilling is embarked
on, science does now enable a de-
cision to be made whether the
risk is worthwhile or not. There
can be no certainty of success, but
barren prospects can be ruled out.
It is on this preliminary scientific
examination that B.U.O.C. and
T.L. have been engaged, with the
full knowledge and approval of
the Government,

But Mr. Bishop of Gulf Oil, who
somehow or other has been main-
taining contact with the Govern-
ment here, was watching in the
background. When it became ap-
parent that the British Companies
were continuing operations and
there was talk of drilling in a few
months, it surely was no difficult
deduction that the results of their
preliminary examinations were not
altogether unfavourable. So Mr.
Bishop concluded that Gulf Oil
should join the party and was, it
seems, welcomed by a Government
that had forgotten, or had decided
to ignore, existing obligations.

Mulcia,






Mr. Tanner, with only one ap-
plicant and little room for discus-
sion, the Colonial Model forms
being pretty well settled, might
have wondered why he had come.
But with a second competitor in
the field, he followed the prece-
dent set by King Solomon and ad-
vocated cutting the infant in
half.* Now, as then, the result
has been that the legitimate claim-
ant withdrew, Unfortunately the
parable seems to go no farther.

Mr. Lepper’s stipulations about
seashore operations have been
tossed over board along with
the rest of his recommendations.
May I, admitting ignorance,
point out that the seashore
rights now granted to Gulf Oil
lie alongside the Western sheet
water area mapped out by Dr
Senn. Water is, I think, more
valuable to Barbados than any
oil royaltias. If oil operations
interfered with this water
storage, it -would be a_ real
calamity.

Let us consider
ter.

another mat-

Q. Will the search for oil be
conducted more efficient-
ly by Gulf Oil than by
the British Companies?

A. No. Both the British
Companies and Gulf Oil
are well equipped for the
investigation.

Q. Will the search be speed-
ed up by the change over?

A. No, on the contrary, Gulf
Oil will now have to un-
dentake the preliminary
examination that T.L. has
algeady undertaken. It
will set back drilling
considerably.

Q. Apart from any question
of dollar exchange, is any
financial advantage likely
from this change over?

A. No—the royalties and
charges acceptable by one
wauld be acceptable by

the other. But from the
point of view of taxation
there may be a loss

Q. Will
gain?
A. Frankly, I have no
Gulf Oil, itself a very
powerful concern, is one
section of really immense
commercial and financial
interests that control
great enterprises stretch-
ing far beyond the U.S.
Gulf Oil alone should have
large sterling funds from
its association with Anglo-
Iranian in the East: more-
over, a day or two ago
you reported the arrange-
ment by the U.S. oil com-

there be a dollar

idea.

panies to sell petrol for
sterling. So, apart from
its U.S. associates, Gu'f

Oil would appear to have
all the sterling needed for
its commitments here. But
who can say whether dol-
lars or pounds will be
used? We can only be sure

that they will use what
suits their own interests
best from time to time

Indeed, since an apparent
dollar gain in one p’ace
may be offset and more by

a dollar loss in another,

it is futile to guess. These

international transactions

are quite different from
tourist spending

But all these matters, interest-

ing though they may be, ar

really quite beside the mark. Th
vital question is not whether our



Government have made a ,pr
able arrangement, but whe
they have acted in” good fait!

6, 1950
SS Siniesisssneiensssssseasasstensnssisssensnessissnansesensenss

This is not the Interior of British Guiana but 8
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DUE TO HEAVY RAINS over the week-end and again yesterday,
Everton Weekes, W.I. star batsman played most of his early cricket,

Top Right:
Bottom lef




day they must have had!



Small boys wading through the water that flooded the feotb
-The parking area at the back of the
Bottom right: —The corner of this “*
Picture shows a car “wading” through the flooded area



George

The

Island Gets Heaviest
Rainfall For The Year

THE HEAVY SHOWERS that soaked the island from
Saturday night to Monday morning took a few hours oft

shortly after midday.

By 4.30 in the evening they had

returned and the sky had that “all night rain” look.

It was the highest rainfall of
the year and held up activities
in the City as the business day
‘started yesterday. Bay Street
School pupils and teachers had
an unexpected free day, as the
ground of this school, like many
other grounds were flooded with
water,

Three District Police Stations
were out of reach by phone yes-
terday morning District “F,”
District ‘“D,” and Belleplaine.

No damage to stock was re-
ported, even from last year's
flood area, but the paling around
Martha Goddard’s house at the
corner of Robert’s Gap and Halls
Road fell down on Sunday owing

to the wind and_ rain. The
water gushing down from the
Bridge Road area caused the

roadway at the corner of Hills
Road and Arthur Hill to be
flooded, reaching a_height of
about 18 inches at one section.

Crabs

Some parts of the Queen’s
Park ground and the Comber-
mere ground were flooded with
water and small boys started
their yearly campaign of “catcn-
ing crabs.”

About one or two people left
the old flood area during the
week-end but on no occasion
were any of the houses in danger
and no one slept at the Belmont
Police Post as on former occas-
ions.

About midday yesterday,
lighters and row boats began to
ply again on the muddy water
of the Careenage.

This change in colour of water
was due to the mud which was
brought down to the Careenage
by the Constitution River. de®

When the rain first abated,
the lightermen’s first job was
bailing the water which had ac-
cumulated in the bottom of the
lighters. Armed with buckets
and pans, these men were busy
for some 10 minutes getting their
boats ready for receiving cargo.

Rowboatmen were also busy
in ridding their small boats of
water and were soon to be seen
up and down the harbour plying
for work. The three ships which
were in port began to work for
the first time of the day and con-
tinued without interruption until
evening.

The outer offices around the
waterfront which during early
morning were crowded with

waterfront workers who indulged
in various arguments, went back
to normal after midday.

The showers of rain had no
effect on the “Potick” which is
sunken in the inner basin of the
Careenage. Just’ a small part of
the bow, riggings and the two
masts of this vessel could still
be seen protruding above the
water. The other semi-deselict,
“Nina,” received a good draught
of the rain which it stored in its
bottom.

Schooner captains who kept

the hatches of the vessels cov-
ered durirs the rain, were glad

frankly, fairly and honestly. On
the face or it they have not, and
that is what is so disturbing.

C. E. SHEPHERD
Colleton House,

St. Peter.
May 31. 1950

"Editor's Note: The offer
made to B.U.O.C. and Trinidad
Leaseholds was in the words
of the Government’s release of
May 17 “55% of the island
with the right @o0 lease half this
area for 21 years renewable
for a turther 21 years if the
lessee so wished, and further
that they should be given first
choice of the four sub-divisions
into which it was proposed tc
divide the island for prospect-
ing purposes. In addition they
should be granted 50 per cent
of certain of the territorial
waters, with similar rights as




regards leasing. The balance
ef the area namely 45 per cent
of the is ind 50 per cent of
the terri ater a
Y } Ve

hould be if Oil
Cor ra r

to seize the opportunity of get-
ting some of the cargo on to the
whart. Engines used for driving
winches could be heard making
the familiar noises while th¢
winches slung the packages of
merchandise and colonial produce
on to the waterfront,

“Princess Alice”

Several small poois of water
had collected yesterday on the
Princess Alice Play Field. The
largest of these was around the
pitch, while the tennis court
which is on an incline was free
of water. Two large pools wiih
water about four inches deep
were seen at the extreme end
of the field, but was slowly
receding into a nearby canal

which was also filled with water

A small part of the sea wall
was damaged and the land in that
evea is gradually sinking. Another
large area of stagnant water
also collected inside the market.
Small boys were seen roaming
through these areas in search of
crabs.

School Boys

During their itunchn
terday many school
around the flood path
the water which still rushed
towards the sea after the heavy
rain of last night Along - the
embankment on either side of
Constitution Road, the _ thick
shrubs gave evidence of which
way the water had been going.
But by evening the dry earth
had absorbed most of it and the
ground was drained.

One resident of the area whx
was interviewed by the ‘“Advo-
cate” yesterday, said that she had

time yes-
boy

watching

stood

no fear of a recurrence of last
year’s flood. Such incidents sel
dom occuur more than once in
one’s life time, she said.



Stole Fruit
From His

Own Tree?

Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr
H. A. Vaughn, Judges of the
Assistant Court of Appeal, up-
held a decision of Mr. C. L. D
Walwyn, Police Magistrate of
District “A” Yesterday. Mr

Walwyn had fined Osmond Lewis

of Cane Garden St. Andrew,
10/- when he had found him
guilty of having stolen a quan-
tity of breadfruit on April 28
Their Honours ordered him to
pay 10/4 costs.

Lewis argued that the land on
which the breadfruit tree was
growing was his. He said that
his mother, of whose will he
knew nothing, had left it for
him. He admitted that an inter-
pleader’s claim had been brought
by his sisters and himself for
the land end had heen disallowed

Erma "ock of the same dis-
trict said that she had bought
the land im July last year. She

produced the title deeds to it

£3 Fine For
Speeding

Ma, Andy
Magistrate of

A decision of
Hanschell, Police

District “A” was yesterday or-
dered to remain in force by
Their Honours of the Assistant
Court of Appeal, Mr. G. L. Tay-
lor and Mr. H. A. Vaughn when
Henry Trent of Goodland, St

Michael, withdrew his appeal
against a £3 fine which had been

imposed upon him by Mr. Han-
schell who found him guilty of
having exceeded the speed limit

He had been driving a motor car



along k Rock on April 10
when he cx nitted the offence
The speed along that area



is 30 miles per

hour and Trent

hen Cpl Byror I



S” bend on the main high y








unny Berbad



Murphy's pasture at the back of Mas«
was flooded

all pitch at Kensington in
Challenor Memorial Stand at Kensir
vay betwe S rence and Top
car contained tourists visiting the isle

THESE
MAY RETA

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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HEAVY RAINS



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. HE PRESENT RAINFALL direction of Sugar Hill The
may retard the crop and dk wheel of one cycle was damaged
teriorate the cane juice cx A MULE, OWNED BY W
ubly,” a planter from St. Josep» £ MERRITT of Sobers Lane
told the “Advoeate” yester« t. Michael, fell and was injured
morning: He said that this is a le drawing a cart, loaded with
exceptional rainfall for thi canes, up Braggs Hill, St Joseph,
of the year the week-end
fn the Scotland district the « Thirteen year old Victor
roads are very muddy, and b Merritt, who was in charge of
trucks and carts ‘find it diffieul: the cart, injured his right foot
reach the canes lying in th when trying to release the mule
eld, he said. The rain will al lrom the cart
rot the matured canes in sor PQDHE NEED FOR A RECREA }

cases when) they
2round

He pointed out that over tl
week-end his rain gauge egilect

are lying on tt

TION ground in St Josepha |

; voiced by one of the residents
that Parish, who was inter
iewed by the Advocate yesterday



four inches and 80 parts wh He pointed out that owing to |
for the month of May the tot number of children in that
was seven and a half inches, rish, the authorities should get
This’ planter feels that if th ead and see that 4ome proper
canes could be reaped, Joes Riye: ing fleld is made shortly
factory would be able to finist He eferred to the amount of
their crop in about four weeks hildren that can be seen playing
a i Perens a a the roads daily He said that
A FEW RESIDENTS OF ST Sunday evening while the re
JOSEPH are seeing snake gious folk were on their way to
now that the rainy season has the St Joseph Parish Church, a
started One told the Advocate yiumber of these boys could be

yesterday that on Sunday he saw





n carrying on a cricket match





some small snakes in Castle “right in front of Gud’s House”.
Grant’s gully and again on Mon
day morning a snake was seen j EGINALD SOBERS OF ST
in the Little Island area of St GEORGE skidded and fell
Joseph. While riding his bicycle along
The onr caught on M mday was Woodland Road, St. George at
Killed by residents It measured “bout 10 o'clock on Sunday
67 inches long, four inches around n:orning Sobers was going from
the head and the width at Todds towards Greens and the
tail was just under neh. TI 1¢ that area was wet
back was blac] the ol h j injured his lett hand and
brown. both knees, while the head lam,
It is understood that snake of } cycle was damaged
this tape are harmle:s BICYCLE RIDDEN by Work
4 ley Mayers, and a refresh
HILE .THE MATCH BE. vent cart owned by S. Riley of
TWEEN the West Indies and T Gay, St. Michael, were
lancashire is going on at O involved in an accident at Middle
rraiford, a local Lancashire tea: tor Village, St- George, shortly
net a St. Catherine team ir after 9 o'clock gn Sunday morning
B.C.L. Cup Final game at Dayrells he front. whee] of the bicycle
Koad on Saturday The Lar Was damaged .
cashire XI is from Christ Chureh, THAMISE JOSEPH of Bitke-
the other from St. Philip. ley Tenantry, St, George, re-
Lancashire won the toss ai ported that $69.20 in cash was
went to the wicket. They knocked removed from the residence of
up 168 run For St Catherine, Adams Elliot, also of Bulkele:
Blades captured 3 for 22 while Tenant; between 5 a.m. and 1

F. Gittens and H- Pierce captured
each, C. D. “Pompeii? Spooner
although taking only one wicket
bowled steadily |
This match will continue for the. |
next two Saturday

CMABLEs EDWARDS OF APES |
HILL Village, St

Oswald Caddle and Joh I \
of Apple Grove, St. Peter wert
all injured in an accide on Su
day, shortly before mid-nigh: |
They fell from bicycles whi |

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was
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schooling of some of the animals

pierce ota coca osc oecoamegia ebgeneernegeancvem aan arena

2 Fishermen
Drift To

Martinique

A cable fram received vester-
day at the igrbour and Shipping
Department Yead “Two Barbadian
fishermen named Bynoe and Mar-
shall landed at Fort de France,
Martinique, atter being adrift and

in distress in the boat X.102. They
were given temporary relief and
will be sent back at the earliest
opportunity.”

The Fishery Office told the
Advocate yesterday that they
could not give aay information a
to the name of the boat or the

: he boat left Barbados for the

und



Not Argentine
Polo Ponies

THE front page picture in the
\dvocate of Sunday showing some
of the Barbados Polo Club mem-
bers trying out their new mounts
had below it mentioned that the |
IX Hew ponies owned by various
wnmembers were Argentine bred \

We understand that all of the}!

w mounts are Island bred, but
many of the horses on which the
Venezuelans play are from the
\rgentine It_is hoped that the!
reconditioned Polo field will. be
ready shortly so that the loca)
team will get down to some hard
practice

The little try
off the
were

out on Saturday
Polo field and no
played, but just a Uâ„¢



For Mercy

A plea for mercy made by Ena |
Thomas, a hawker of Eagle Hall |
Road, to Their Honours of the As-

\
sistant Court of Appeal, Mr, G, L

Taylor and Mr. H. A Vaughn was |
put aside yesterday. Ena Thomas |
had been fined £1 by Mr. H. A
Talma, Police Magistrate of Dis-
trict "A" when she had been found
guilty of having exposed fruit on |
Middle
offence
Thomas

Street to be sold The
was committed on May 1

told the court that she

had
merey

only ask

appealed to



A fine of £3 to be paid in 14
days or in default one month’s
Hoprisonment was imposed on
Bruce Haynes a 43-year-old
labourer of Jackmans by His

Mr. B. Griffith yester-
He was also put on a bond
12 months in the sum of £20

Worship
day
for

He was found guilty of inflict-
ing bodily harm Alfred
Haynes on May 16. In #iving
evidence to the court Alfred
Haynes said he was struck across
the shoulder with a
was detained at
Hospital

howed

on

stick and
the General
where an examination
that he had a slight
swelling at the back of his chest
nd bruises on his forehead
X-ray showed that no

were broken

Police Horses

THREE horses from Montreal
arrived in the island yesterday by
the Canadian Cruiser for the
mounted branch of the Police

Force
They will undergo training be-
fore they enter the Police
The Cruiser
tails, drugs

service
also brought pork
and piece goods from



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night for British
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The undersigned gra ‘efulls
thanks to who attended the
sent cards or wreaths or in
way expressed sympathy with
the occasion of the passing
Malvina Browne, ia‘e of
St. Philip

James
(Sexton
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&

Weekes,
Cap. of

Drayton,
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IN MEMORIAM

In loving memory of DEAREST EMILY
JORDAN who departed this life on the
6th June 1936.

The lapse of years Mammie dear has
not lessened the fondness of my love for
you; I deeply regret your loss, and can
find consolation only from the beautiful
memories of a life lived under your
sweet care.

DAISY PATRICK,
King Street.
6.6.50—In





FOR SALE







AUTOMOTIVE

CAR se () One Ford V-8 in good con-
dition. Apply H. E. Marshall, Yorkshire,
Christ Church. 3.6.50.—6n.

CAR—One (1) Fluid Drive Dodge
equipped with radio and new tyres,
Car in perfect condition. Good as new
Apply D. Harvey Read, c/o Canadian

















Bank of Commerce 2.6.50.—4n.
LIVESTOCK

MULE — One (1) Small Mule. Quiet
and Broken to Harness and Cart. Apply:
K.D.G. Frost, “Stanmore Lodge,” Black
Rock. Dial 3968 or 3006.

3.6.50—t.f.n.

MULE & CART—-A good working Mule
quiet and docile together with (2) wheel





carts and harness Apply H. Doughty,
Brittons Hill, St. Michael, 6.6.50—I1n.
PUPS—Two (2) % Bred Labrador

Pups. Phone F, A. Marshall, 2596,

6.6.50—1n



MISCELLANEOU

AUTO PARTS—17 plate batteries
generator amatures, clutch dise, cam
shaft gears, fuel pumps, brake linings,



ete. Enquire Auto Tyre Company,
Trafalgar Street. Phone 2696.
3.6.50—t.f.n.

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COATS— (1) heavy winter coat medium
size $40. 3 woollen winter suits for $30.
Size 16, Dial 3458 -31.5.50—2n,





BSCHALOT and ENGLISH POTATOES
for planting now the rain has come,
here is your opportunity for planting
the above items. Get your supplies
early from JOHN D, TAYLOR & SONS,
LTD., Roebuck Street Dial 4335.

6.6.50—2n

GYNOMEX Antiseptic Prophylactic
Jelly is quite harmless in its local or
general effect however frequently used.
Numerous Chemical and bacteriological
tests have proved the absolute efficiency
of this preparation, and as a result it is
recommended by a very large number
of Medical Men and Gynaecologists
Made by the same manufacturers of
Gynomin Tablets.

Price—complete outfit 4/-
Refills 3/-
Obtainable at — KNIGHT'S LTD.
3.6.50—3n .

GALVANISED TANKS—5 only. 200
gallons Galvanised Tanks with outlet
THE GENERAL AGENCY CO., BAR-
BADOS, 14 High St. 1,6.50—6n

NEEDLES for your record player . . -
2) kinds including Ruby and Sapphire
semi-permanent needles to play several
thousand recordings.

A. BARNES & CO., LTD.
24.5.50—t.f,n







Saliees eee!
NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank



Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come
and get, but quick.
if Be Th. BARNES & CO., LTD.

24.5.50—t.f.n
one Baby
used Apply



Grand Piano
Hastings
6.6.50—3n.

PIANO— (1)
Challan hardly
Hotel Ltd.

PIANO—Modern upright in Mahogany
by Monington & Weston. Brand new con-
dition. Seen any time at Flat 2. “Argyle”,
St. Lawrence Gap. 6.6,50—In.7















































FOR RENT

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HOUSES

APARTMENT—One furnished apart-
ment at Coral Sands, on Sea, with Silver
and linen if required. For further par-
ticulars Dial 8134. ALMA ARES o





——$—$— — =

BUNGALOW—From June Ist. Arche's
Bungalow, St. Matthias Gap. (Contain-
ing all modern conveniences Phone
No. 3251 or 2619. 2.6,.50—3n

CHANCE VIEW—Chancery Lane, 3
Bedrooms, running water, etc, Only
approved tenants Apply F. Storey,

Graeme Hall Silantation, Christ Church
Telephone 8116. 27.5.50—3n

COTTAGE AND FLAT rent furnished
or for sale together—Beautiful Veran-
dahs facing Sea Hastings main Road_—



Sea Water (heated) to one of the five
bath rooms—Electric Cookers, Frigid-
aires—Telephone 2949 2.6.50.—T.F.N.

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HOUSE—Fully furnished house in first
class residential district, 2 miles from
town. 3 bedrooms, 2 living rooms,
usual offices. Fromm July Ist 1950, to
January Ist 1951. Apply to Mrs. C.B.

Dowding. Dial 4195.
2.6,.50—t.f.n

—_——————
MODERN STONE BUNGALOW, Seclu-
Ged part of Pine Hill. 2 bedrooms. 2
servants rooms. Garage Solar heating
Labour saving. ‘% acre grounds. Apply
R. S. Nicholls & Co., Solicitors, 151—2

Koebuck St. Telephone 3925.
9.5.50-—t.f.n

(2) Gentlemen or Young
double bedroom over-
Phone 8496
2.6.50—t.f.n
_——————————_—_—_—
WESTMOUNT Worthing, 3 Bedrooms,

ROOM—Two
Couple. Large
for the right party.







usual conveniences From June Sth
Phone 4117 6.6.50—2n
FOR RENT OR LEASE

“TIVERTON,” Strathclyde. The house

contains (3) Bedrooms. Rent $40.00 per
month from Ist. July

For further particulars apply to

CARRINGTON & SEALY
Lucas St
6.6.50—3n



950

PERSONAL









The public are hereby warned against
uVing credit to my wife Roslyn Beckles
Charle as I do not hold myself
ble f her or anyone else con-
bt or debts in my name
by a written order signed by me
med LAURIE L. BECKLES
Beckles Rd.,
St. Michael
6.6.50-—2n

ee

Pub'e are hereby warned against
Siving



eredit to my wife EDNA MONTE
NORA MARTIN (nee ADAMS) as I co}
net hold myeelf regponsible for her
invene else contracting debt or « *
ne name without writing gred by
me

MILTON MARTIN
Hindabury }
6.6.00

Se sn

















2 $ s ~
Pimp ie SALES
AUCTION
By | tions, I will sell by public
Avetion on the spot at Davyrell's Road,
on Wednesday th, at 2 «'cloc! one
hone which consists of Gallery, Draw-
ine i Dining Rooms, two (2) Bedrooms
Kitchen, Toilet and Palings. To be
removed. It must be sold. Terms Cash. |
Apply! D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Auctioneer.
3.6.50—3n
LORRY. By instructions of the Insur- |
ance Co. I will sell at Cole & Co., Garage
Bay Stre on Friday 9th at 1 p.m, 1
Dodge Motor Lorry 27 H.P. with auxiliary |
gear box, damaged by accident. Terms
Cash. R. Areher Mc Kenzie. Dial 2947,

4.6.50—4n.
II,

By kind permission of Messrs. Cole &}
Co., Ltd., Bay Street’ I will sell ony
FRIDAY 9th at 1 p.m. (1) FEDERAL
PLATFORM TRUCK, a DODGE
PLATFORM TRUCK, recently over-
hauled Terms CASH.

R. ARCHER Mc KENZIE,
Auctioneer
6.6.50—3n.!



UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received from. the
Insurance Company I will sell on Friday
June 9th at Fort Royal Garage at 2 p.m.

an]



(1) 197 8 H.P. Ford Anglia Saloon. |
()) 1943 30 H.P. Nash Saloon (both
damaged). (1) 1932-25 H.P. Essex
Terms Cash.
VINCENT GRIFFITH
4.6.50—4n
BISHOP: 3.44 p.m. P,

eee |
UNDER THE SILVER

HAMMER

By recommendations of Lloyds Agents
we will sell on Wednesday the 7th 170
bags D.C. sugar at the following Ware-
houses

12.30 o'clock 66 bags
Traders Ltd., Roebuck St.

1,00 o'clock 24 bags sugar,
Jones & Co., Hincks St.

1.30 o'clock 40 bags sugar,

General

H.

sugar,

Jason



Manning &





Co, Ltd., Bay St.
2.00 o'clock 40 bags sugar, Jones &

Swan, Fairchild St.
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,

Auctioneers

6.6.50—2n.

REAL ESTATE
CARS-—lIf you are interested in a cheap
to make a pickup, we have a Rock-

car

y, Austin 14, Four Cylinder Chevrolet,
ris 12, Willys, Austin 7 pickup and
a 1940 Plymouth. For Cash or on Terms,
Apply The Central Auction Mart, Maga-
zine Lane, Dial 3743. 6.6.50—3n,





I will set up for sale by Public Com-
petition at my Office Victoria Street on
FRIDAY 9th. at 2 p.m.

(1) The dwelling house called “ROS-
LYN" situated at 8th Ave, Belleville
with 3600 square feet of land. House
contains closed gallery, drawing and
dining rooms, 3 bedrooms, morning
room, W.C. & tiled bath, kitchen,
pantry, Electric light—rents for $35.00
per month.

IMMEDIATE VACANT POSSESSION

(2) The dwelling house — called
“KARLVILLE", situated at SPOONER'S
HILL, PART STONE with 4047 sq, ft
land, house contains closed verandah,
drawing, dining, 3 bedrooms, water and

clectric light—rents for $20.00 per
month

For inspection and conditions of sale
apply to R. Archer Me Kenzie, Dial 2947,
Victoria Street. 4.6.50-—5n





LAND 11,300 sq. ft. of land at Hart's
Gap beside main road, adjoining Mr

Altman's property. i
Apply: D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
3.6,.50.—3n.





PROPERTY AT BRIDGE FIELD
Bridge Field, St. Thomas, One
which consists of one (1) acre,
of arable land, and a stone
which has guard-wall to
front, allery, Drawing and Dining
Rooms, two (2) Bedrooms, Water Toilet
and Bath, Kitchen and Garage. Also a
Large-Sized Wall Shop. If interested in
keeping stocks and doing business, this

is the place.
Apply: D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Magazine Lane.
3.6.50.—8n.

At
property
23 perches
wall house





That very desirable property known

“HOTEL WORTHING on_ SEA’
(formerly Briziliana Hotel) standing on
over fifteen thousand square feet includ-

os

ing entrance driveway from Public
Road together with twelve bathing
cubicles.

The only available site on Worthing

Coast. First class business place Fine
sea bathing. A window on the ocean.
Cool and cozy location. With slight

alterations can be made a high class
Hotel or Night Club

Offers in writing received up to 30th
June, 1950, by

Ss. J. ROCK & CO.,

112 Roebuck Street
a saul na Bcd 1,6.50—10n
———
We are instructed by the Executors
of ELMIRA F. LANGEVINE to offer
for sale that desirable dwellinghouse
“Industry Cot,” situate at Wellington
and Chepstow Street, standing on 2847
square fect of land, containing gallery,
drawing and dining rooms, two bed-
rooms, kitchen, W. C. and bath, elec-

tric lights and a few fruit trees

The above mentioned property will
be set up for safe by Public competi-



tion at our Office James Street on
Friday, 30th June, 1950 at 2 p.m,
Inspection on application to the
tenant,
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
6.6.50.—In
WORTHI (NEAR CACRABANK



HOTEL) CHRIST CHURCH
Modern fully furnished chalet in private

estate standing in half an acre of well
kept and laid out gardens—one minute
from sea and beautiful sandy bathing

beach,

The house contains large living room,
dining room, two bedrooms to which an
extra bedroom can be added if desired.
Tiled bathroom with tub bath and shower
thot and cold water) and built in line
cupboard, tiled kitchen with built fn
stone cupboard and new Philco combined
refrigerator and deep freeze, large arched
verandah, all steel windows with hoods,
steel French doors, large stone garage
and servants quarters with toilet and
shower, the house is tastefully furnished,
the beds have both deep sleep and Dun-
lopillo mattresses, shingled roof, polished
pine floors, the garden contains grass-
lawns, tropical flowering shrubs and
flowers together with eight coconut
palms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw,
mango, tamarind, breadfruit, and plum
trees, wire-mesh enclosed lock up vege-
table warden and tool shed, colassed
driveways and «arden paths, will be
ld unfurnished if desired. Attractive
ice. Phone owner 8316 between 10 a.m
and 6 p.m 6.6.50. —4n





WANTED
CLEAN OLD RAG

Delivered to
LINOTYPE DEPT., Advocate



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| MIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | -
} .
Transfer
The application of Do t! In Carlisle Bay
We.chman rian, St. The } in a
er of Liquor License, 5 | PORT: Ya Ut, Seh. Mari
| granted to D. Fenty ir a » Sch. Rosaren ¢ Sch. Harriet® Wh
| and shingle shop attach t Gardenia W., Sch. Marion
Cane Garden, St. And M.V. Lady J M.V. Student
to Malt Lique’ | Pre
Dae ay ARRIVALS
uted this 2nd day of June, 1950. Belqueen, 44 tor Capt. King,
|_ J. R, EDWARDS, Esq oe vs
To the Police Magisir Dist. “F Edvard P tons net, Capt
Signed D. FENTY po from
‘or Applicant 5S. Canad tons net
{.B.—This application will be consider t. O'Hara Leg
Jed at a Licensing Court to be held at] ,, Fort Townshende, 1,943 tons net,
| Police Court, District “F", on Tuesday | C&Pt, Hendriekson, from Grenada
jth: 13th day of June 1950 at 11 o'clock,}| ,,.M-V- Blue Star, 1 tons net, Capt
arm. Fergusson, from St. cucia ,
| J. R. EDWARDS,
Police Magistrate, Dist F _Seh. Mary Caiotine, 54 tons net,
6.3.56-1n. | Capt. Joseph, from Dominica
aN ch. Felicia Monica net, Capt
Jo from British Gu
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | ,.?ssenwers arriving by the S$. “Port
Townshende” w . from New Yark
Pai application of Dragmar Gregoire | B't@ DeMore et Niles, Walter Gib-
| bo cer of Lequor License No, 792 granted | %0". Charles Florette McGee
{ son Mapp in respect of pre
| a board and ;hingle shop with s
| ved at Bournes Village, . 74
Ia nen St Boutnes Vives 1 In Touch with Barbados
Lc bottom floor of a two 1
boa hingle building at Upper Roe Kon oS
| bo ghengie building at Upper I Coast Station
| “ 30th day of June, 1950.
To the ice Magistrate, Dis A Cable and Wireless (West Indies)
Signed PRINCE GREGOIRE Limited advise that they can now com-
‘ for Applicar municate with the following ships
This application will be consid- | through their Barbados Coast on
Ne at a Licensing Court to be held ‘at SS. Cape Verde, S.S. Stella Marina,
ce Court, District ", on Tuesday; 5-S. Alcoa Pennant, S.S. Fort Towns-
e 13th day of June, 1950, Bt 11 o'clock, ide, S.S. Halesius, SS. Esito, S.S
am sident Brand, S.S. Granheim, S.S. San
H. A TALMA, Atlantic Shipater, S.S. Maria
Police Magistrate, Dist A rinaga, S. Denis, S.S. Canadian
6.6.50—in $ Z S. Varg, S.S. Poca-
j S, Rio Araza, S.S
—— aa S.S. och Garth, S.S. Van
- : S.S. Huruni, S.S. Lady Rodney,
OFFICIAL NOTICE |s3\‘tmpire Ken.’Ss Ranuata, $8. San
Wencesiao, S.S. Vikingen, S.S. London
BARBADOS Vendor, S.S. Runa, S.8. Panagiotis, §.S
In the Assistant Court of Appeal. Jeanny, S.S. Hornero Adna

ss
Sheridan, SS. Gervais, S.S.
Uruguay, S.S. Bulkstar

Edward Gries, S.S.



(Equitable Jurisdiction).
ELEAZER ETHELBERT BLANCHETTE

Sun

s Prince,
Polyeres













Plaintiff er St SSR “ Ayia SS
NORAGE FARRIS Defendant. | gu "Besar Sis Ruceumy, SS 'seise
s .. & ; Schie,

In pursuance of an Order in this Court a ren Huu, ‘ Castor Granadero,
in the above action made on the 31st] >> Caribstar, S.S. Dolores, S.S. San
day of May, 1950, I give notice to all} ©? lina, S.S. Lillohus, S.S. Hammerfest
persons having any estate, right or inter

est in or any
ing

All that certain piece or parcel of land
situate at Newbury in the parish of Saint

lien o



neumbrance affect-






George and Island aforesaid containing

by admeasurement one rood nineteen

perches or thereabouts abutting and

bounding on lands formerly of J. B

Laslie but now of Maude Holdipp on

lands of Cottage Plantation on lands

formerly of Jas. E. Coulthrust but now ARRIVALS BY B.W.LA.L

of Gertrude Pilgrim and on a road in| From La Guaira: ‘7

common eight feet wide leading to the Basley Brown, Rita D. Brown Andrew
public road or however else the same|N. Brown, Judith Brown, James Brown
may abut and bound to bring before me} H. Copland, Louis que Dibudonne
an account of their said claims with their] Eveque, Antonio J Merle J
withesses, documents and vouchers, to be] Dimino. Nanette Dimino, Mic “1 Dimino,
examined by me on any ‘Tuesday, or} Keith Miner, Idaline Miner Cc. Harris,
Friday between the hours of 12 (noon)]| Olga Urdaneta, Maria ar, Philin
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the} Phillipsen, Jay Singh as

Office of the Clerk of the Assistant Court} From Grenada:











of Appeal at the Court House,
town, before’ the 16th day of Ernest Fenty, Jean F y
Â¥ 3 . ernes y, Jea enty, Phillip Fenty,
1950, in order that such ciaims may be] Phillis Commissiong, Laurie. Johneo,,
ranked according to the nature and] Terrance Hawkins -
priority thereof respectively; otherwise] From Antigua:
such persons will be precluded from the Ruby Hynam, Penel 1
Ru é enelope Hynam, Thelma
benefit of the said Decree, and be] Arrindell, Patricia Moore, Gwendolyn
deprived of all claim on or against the] Moore, Vida Abbott ;
said property.
Claimants are also notified that they DEPARTURES BY B.W.LALL,
must attend the said Court on Wednes-}| For Trinidad :—Mr. John Whyatt, K.C
day, the 16th day of August, 1950, at} Mrs, Inez Chandler, Mr. Darnell Green-
10 o'clock a.m. when their said claims idge, Mr, Norman Beale, Mr. Llewellyn
will be ranked, Greenidge, Mr. Herbert Daniel, Major C
Given under my hand this 31st day of] Robert Mr. Gordon Greenidge, Mrs
ay, 195 . .
May, 1950. a Elsie Foster, Mr, Edwin Surooj, Mr. Clar-
f c.: Wh GILKES, ence Alkins, Mr. Winston Richardson,
Actg. Clerk of the Assistant Court of Mr. Reginaid Forde, Mr. C, Gittens, Mr,
Appeal. Aner ; L. Dobson, Mr. A, Symmonds, Mr. Otha
6.6.50.—3n Edghill, Mr Louis Fisher, W/Comdr,
Frost, Mrs. Maria Seheult, Mr, Karl
OFFICIAL SALE Seheult, Mr. C. B. Escalante, Mr, Roger
Barron, Master Hugh Weekes, Mr, Comp-

ton Gonsalves, Miss Alther Barnett, Mrs.



BARBADOS, Helena Raleigh, Miss Violet Clarke, Mr.

In the Assistant Court of Appeal. ; Daniel Sheenan, Master Daniel Sheenan,

{Equitable Jurisdiction). ; Mrs, Jean Sheenan, Master Timothy Shee-
ELEAZER ETHELBERT BLANCHETTE, | nan

Plaintiff.
HORACE PARRIS, Defendant Keith Scott, Vera Scott, Elwyn Seale,
Stanley Cummins, Victoria Procope,
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of | Irvine Procope, Hubert McDowell.

an Order of the Assistant Court of Appeal | Fer San Juan:









dated the 3lst day of May 1950 there will Ear! Taylor, Phyllis Commissiong,
be set up for sale to the highest bidder | Odesss Gittens, Blanche Huskisson,
at the Office of the Clerk of the Assistant | Eloi Rouse, Coral Jordan
Court of Appeal at the Court House, | For St, Kit

Bridgetown, between the hours of 12 Joseph evaux, Richard Williams,
(noon) and 2 o'clock in the afternoon | Cleona Cooper
on Friday the 18th day of August, 1950: For St. Lucia:

All that certain piece or parcel of land
situate at Newbury in the parish of Saint Martin Denington, Joan Denington,
Géorge and Island aforesaid containing | Fleur Denington, Mareus Denineton,
by admeasurement one rood nineteen} Nicola Denington, Alfred Denington
perches or thereabouts abutting and{ For Ciudad Trujilio
bounding on lands formerly of J. B Kathleen Webster
Laslie but now of Maude Holdipp on| For Miam
lands of Cottage Plantation on lands Alonza Johnson



















formerly of Jas. E. Coulthrust but now For La Guaira :—Mrs. Mildred Hinkle,
of Gertrude Pilgrim and on a road in| Mr, Edward Hinkle, Miss Natacha Mir,
common eight feet wide leading to the | Mrs, Carmen Mir, Mise Julietta Mirabel,
public road or however else the same) Mrs, Eivia Miranda, Mr. Manuel Miranda
may abut and bound, and if not then
sold the said property will be set up
for sale on every succeeding Friday
between the same hours until the same WAN I ED
is sold for a sum not less than £104. 3

“Dated this 31st day of May, 1950

I, V. GILKES, HELP
Actzg le b ssistant
ete. Clerk oP peceats tant Court of CHAUFFEUR-GARDENER. Apply to
6.6.50.—3n, | Poval Store. No. 2 High Street

a a ore a 3.6.50—3n
OFFICIAL NOTICE SERVANT—A general servant. Apply

Mrs. James A. Millington, “The Nook",









BARBADOS. Worthing View, Christ ues Ghocen
In the Assistant Court of Appeal. cee "
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
IDALETTE HYACINTH SQUIRES MISCELLANEOUS
Plaintiff
LLOYD SEALE Defendant BOARDERS__Cool comfortable Room
In pursuance of an Order in this Court and Full Board av ailable to Visitors
in the above action made on the ist| areneeae Near Queen's Park Savan-
day of June, 1950, I give notice to all (2 Write Mrs. Stone, 80 Dundonald
persons having any estate, right or t, Port-of-Spain 6.6.50.—12n,
interest in or any lien or incumbrance
affecting :—





All that certain pjece or parcel of land
situate at Dash p in the parish of
Saint Michael and Island aforesaid con-
taining by admeasurement one thousand

LOST & FOUND





six hundred and ninety square feet or

thereabouts abutting and bounding on LOST

lands of B. Holder on lands of Alexander| CAT—With large black and fluffy
Moore on lands of Benjamin Howell and | coat, | with all white underneath,
on a road known as Dash Gap aforesaid | answering to the name of ((Blackie,
leading to Hindsbury Road or however] Finder please return to “Homeleigh",
else the same may abut and bound, arrison. 3.6.50—3n.



to bring before me an account of their | ———_ thine







said claims with their witnesses, docu One BT c. Sweepstake Rass Monk
ments and vouchers, to be examined by | mMid-Summer Meeting, 1950, Series G.G
me on any Tuesday, or Friday between | o9g9--29. Finder please return to Arthur
the hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock in| Ajieyne, Fairfield Rd Carrington’s



the afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, before the 16th
day of August, 1950, In order that such
claims may be ranked according to the
nature and priority thereof respectively;
otherwise such persons will be precluded
from the benefit of the said Decree, and |

Village 6.6,50—1n,

TRADE MARK CAUTION































r > : Notice is hereby given that M
Ba er icin ee on or aginst) BERTISH & CO., LIMITED of Embassy
Claimants are also notified that they | Works, Colsterworth Road, High Cross,
must attend the said Court on Wednes- | Tottenham, London, No. 15., England;
day, the 16th day of August, 1950, at 10 anufacturers; are the owners and
o'clock a.m, when their said claims wil! clusive proprietors of the following
be ranked, Trade Mark
Given under my hand this Ist day of
June, 1950. CONSULATE
I. V. GILKEs,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court of } used upon “Shirts, Collars and Py-
Appeal jamas’, in connexion with the business
6.6,50.—3n of the abovenamed Company in selling
| the said godds that the said Trade
Mark has been registered in the Regis-
OFFICIAL SALE ter of Trade Marks kept under the
Trade Marks Act, 1938, (Imperial), and
is protected by law in certain British
BARBADOS. Possessions and Foreign tes; and
In the Assistant Court of Appeal. th any infringeme:
(Equitable Jurisdiction) Toei 3 oche aeeerens Sreusulens ini
IDALETTE HYACINTH SQUIRES ae ot improper application of the
Plaintiff said Trade Mark or violations of the
LLOYD SEALE Defendant. | "hts of the orenamed Company in
Notice is hereby given that by virtue | @spect thereof within Barbados will be
of an Order of the Assistant Court of | ¢¢a!t with under the Merchandise
Appeal dated the Ist day of June, 1950,| Marks Act, 1889 to d the law
there will be set up for sale to the| relating to fraudulent marks on mer-
highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk | chandise or otherwise ae the Law directs
of the Assistant Court of Appeal! at the Dated this 5th day of May, 1950.
Court House, Bridgetown, between the REGINALD W. BARKER & CO,
hours of 12 (nopn) and 2 o'clock in the | British and Foreign Patent and Trade
afternoon on Friday the 18th day “of ark Agents, 61 Cheapside, London
August, 1950:— t.C.4., England
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Saint Michael and Island aforesaid con-
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equins, and there were white
('\vd-ci-paradism feathers round
} .ne bodice

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So iniatuated with the princess
| were the American reporters that
Os | they decided to censor the bird-
| of-paradise feathers, because it is
€ Vv R Th against the law in the United
se | States to wear them.
nee ommp = She had a 20ft. train, anc car-
ed a large spray of orenre blos-
hurriedly hiring a dinner jacket) (oo. oS white orehils
—_ the Strangest-ever royal! },. followed her mother to the
c- ‘SAN FRANCISCO. ! magnolia tree,
It is sueh a pity that Egypt's! One of the reasons King Farouk

King Farouk could not have been
in San Francisco. For all his
thunderbolts from Cairo, his young
ister, Princess Fathia, is honey-
mooning today with Riad Gali, the
commoner she loves.

And if her brother could have
seen her towards dawn today,
radiant in the happiness for which | j
she defied him, he might have been | :
convinced that it was as futile to

} does not like Mr. Gali is because
he is a Christian. That objection
sas disposed of.

In Arabic, a tongue he seldom
uses, Gali took a simple pledge
that made him, like the princess,

Moslem

And the imam, a bearded Pak-

ani, Who withstood all the
hbreats of King Farouk’s agents,
n the long lecture which is

u





try to stop true love as to hold!» :t of the Moslem marriage cere-

back the waters of the Nile aj}i jo ny.

thousand years ago, He did not miss a chance to
Perhaps it was not much of a}cy (icise King Farouk, who likes

royal wedding. If it was rank and

‘o think of himself as king of all

title he wanted for Princess Fathia » Moslems.
the best San Francisco could pro-
vide was an unknown American ‘A man who wants to marry



caybody,” said the imam, has the
i.ght to do so. It is against the
i.oslem religion for another man
to put obstacles ‘n his way.”
Then again he criticised the king
for making “distinctions” between
those who have titles and those
who have not, “Titles,” he said,
“may win our fear, but not our

igadier. And as for glitter, well,
alf the guests wore rented dinner
jackets.

The wedding took place in an
hotel ballroom, and the walls were
not thick enough to keep out a
night-club singer’s rendering of
jealousy” in the room next door

At the appointed hour I arrived

at the suite, so near and yet so| aflection or love.
far from the “tower” where his “No man,” he warned, “can
prineess had lived, a prisoner by| know the love that Allah has

her mother’s order until their reg-| placed in human hearts.”

ister office wedding of a month

Pimidly | suiy/August.

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tes ‘ ade “real” by a And then a final fling at the king Barbados
ee ae eee : , for quarreliing with his mother} s,s. “ALCOA PENNANT’ = June 12th — For &t John, Montreal and St. Lawrence
= 7 ve a - » ele Yo n > iver Ports

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te cee thm a black}#mam said: “A man can find par- Ports.

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, , At last the imam turned to Gali. Ports

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you take Princess Fathia, daughter
of his late Majesty Fuad of Egypt,
to be your partner in life and
wife ?"

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the princess just whispered
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More Detectives

Then we were formed into
groups of 12, and, under the sus-
picious eye of another private de-
tective, group after group was led
Gownstairs and across the street
to another hotel,

There we were herded into the
ballroom. The detective locked
the door after us. If you get out,
he warned, you don’t get back.

But
her

Then it was over—the marriage
that all the king’s men had triea
to stop.

Gali did not kiss his bride under
the magnolia tree, That is not done
in Egypt. But everyone else did—
even the head waiter,

The formalities did not last long.

The ballroom seemed to be wall-
papered in white gardenias. A
board was set up, as lavish as any

in a Hollywood banquet scene] _ 1
and at one end of the room there|5e°on Queen Nazli was dancing
was a 12ft. magnolia tree. with everyone who asked her,

And the twice-married Mrs. Gali
was skipping like a school-child
at playtime from table to table.

Somewhere near dawn I found

Suddenly the doors were un-
locked, A gasp came from the
company,

In the doorway stood the queen,

and she was indeed a dazzling| myself dancing with Queen Nazli.
figure, Bare-shouldered, her gown!sje was. still saying. “I am so
of net had all the colours of the] pappy.” '
dawn from grey to rose. S a bling oy her gow 1
In her auburn hair she wore} Stumbling over her Soe
a diamond ‘tiara—“worth mil- managed to ask her what meppens
lions,” according to her lady-in-) ext. “Allah will show us,” she
Waiting. Then there was a dia-|S#d devoutly. “But I hope and (

mond necklace, and on her arms Many my = will aoe one, 1
she wore diamond bracelets from |S¢nt my other daughter and her
her wrist almost to her elbow husband home to persuade him

Someone clapped from the| We have met his objections now,
drama of it all, And then, shy haven't we: Sc
and nervous, came the bride, ‘If he does not forgive?” I

asked.
Wedding Gown The queen shrugged her shapely
shoulders,

She wore a Paris wedding gown Sorry, King Farouk, but you

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Malta third ith 988 Plac as << ef
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Cup and special silver medals 1 Indies fast he ‘ Tok RT. HON. the Earl Baldwir
revolver hootin were won » 1 Ned Place for eeming St. John’s, Antigua, to embai
Jamaica with 341, Malta second mM} ible ri and John Gece D.C. (right), Mr. S unlif
With 330, and Hong Kong third ‘ held t ware J ee
with 316 biel the tumpe before Ping “
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Falkiar Isl { hed foug! ! ) hiv 7 fared hadl ri ers
in the Duk of Gloucester ¢ » the 1 innir losi }
with a score of 1,067 and B 1 1 bef ! lose hich Fi °
Hornturas -t vith 960. ‘Trim. lett them 277-runs in avoul
or iros nintl ith 960, Trin oa :
dad and da did not shoot fall, Mune} N ae
Br a mecca Readies Str ie aes | Sb aia le
Cup, Barbado inished fifth with Wt t tr et thep-ot f oO coc "
923. British Guiana did not Position. Valentine, who did 4
shoot. Jamaica “PB” team uW » the first inni t LONDON, June 5
fourth in the Re yey ith 3 o for taken two of the thre British boxing writers pici
and Barbados eighth with 249 Kets in the xe inni home boy Bruce Woodcock
ouieuter © falle whip Lee Savold to-night in th
: n ; fight for 3ritish and Europ
a + eat ante versions -of the World Ten,
R » Pathonnall ns «6Weight title
‘ b Hilton Woodcock 20t the edpe
: b Grice 6 to'4 in an informal po
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- : ‘ 1 ow bh P rd who named Savold and four of
By M. Harrison-Gray : t 4’ the six who liked Woodcock p1
Y 3 _ Fettersalt ted that t
: Dealer: North , dieted th e bout uid
3 Game all ; last the scheduled 15 round
N. i Bookmaker are bettin
aAaAdr6 : . er picked the wroi
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sKace 3 6-41 i choice and odds agai
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an undeserved success on § Referee: Mr. B Grandson we
§ this hand from _ the 1935 & N.B.—Due to the sodden condition o
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§ Room 1 the American Nori : j C4, 6-—« today, will be played alt Shell
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Phat jabbing,
hand and the
Which

searching left
Whip-lash right
jolted fast-moving Jac}
were as perfectly timed
Bob Hope wise-crack
this Woodeock is not all
dour That forbidding mooc
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British boxin vorlad i ritishers are con- | He had the crowd rocking as he
now riding on the crest of wave it is the gospel truth skipped a hill-billy dance while
and bragging loudly Savold and Woodcock |bis fight-camp pal Glyn Harris
When the master of ceremoni i out of the boxing game ang “Klondyke Kate,’
steps into the rit at Wt ' eighteen months, and now | He had been fighting a shadoy
Cit before 100,000 boxing fa tryin to work off -extra | Savold the whole time he has been
on Jur 6. and lis into the mi jhere Every night he takes a look
crophane My lord lac wit deock took the hiding of jut the punch-by-punch film of hi
entleme hi ! nd co from Joe Baksi in a final jlast Savold fight
¢ fe hay ition bout for the world It leaks as though the Woodcoc}
Honest | mpionship over three years | plan will be to keep moving and
“ig ee idi {throw punches for the first five
He 1 bis a Hi Ww was fractured almost j round : ,
tocadnaot # ; iu rst Minch of the fight | London F Service
V ane uently he was found | aie ee eet
pien Gere : ' Le rom an injury |
x : . : ; to 1 nerve hich kept Will Ni £
My - ? his farkened room for l oO
| D ‘
eG ahha 5 vs vain rm | Defend Title
the British ci Boa of Cor \ t
a Pani; ' ind a truck, in separate : i
as : eal LONDON, June 6
Lia pr da 1070 i di ide, he gained Ted Schroeder, of the U.S
thumb hi ose t hollow victory over the | will not be defending his Singles
att 4 - d ; fs ng American, Lee Oma, | title in the Wimbledon Lawn
Chai i u defeated Savold when the lat- | Tennis Championships which be-
rown r is disqualified for a low | gin on June 26,
In London Puaet ; The Californian’s name wa
1 i now bo: that he | not among the entries for thi
Solomons will be glad to } rut egained his confidence | yent the closing date for which
the Winner of thi fight 1 2 1Onge i back peddler |W was to-day.
Charles, but on one condition. The : ording to Woodcock, Colonel Macauley, Secretary of
fight must be held in London a » put Savold to sleep | the All-England “Club, said “I
During the past two years m Rb eee th ae had a letter from Schroeder to-
American boxer hav appear: 1 e other hand, Savold i Won : lak unten: his
British eh ee any friends in England \ day, saying that he was sorry bu
: AB: PES AR, -S : , © babies in pushearts,| h€ could not make the trip be-
Mf oo AG Ese Bs gn¢ ; f autograph books | Cause of business.
\r ican managers, incl ol kids, and in bet tween | —Reuter
Tack “Doc eart ‘ Bill D t | y in hi mné a
Square Garden and ¢ HTT eae Borst ia
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ri"FSD.\Y. JTNF. BARBADOS AOVOCATF \ estrj Want Deanery For Girls" School Upkeep of Building Too Expensive Vestry A unfits Legal Advice THE VKSTKY of Si ciple thai ihe 11 ild be used \ until \\w • % %  dOM Having retard to the present uM of living it MM evident th*! I .S. ( li;i|il lii SI. Paul's Reach In 1951 "Win Jamaica For ( lirisl" ti ryed . i | %  i MI In iln* Reel %  %  M U Less Rxpcmlvfi %  %  \ %  %  : rtlin the ailan af ihe Dean ••utri MtfWb ifletd ll MM In a buildim like the n ... ntin the other lunn aMBM %  auMj I.ii i v.lu-.l HTM br> %  > %  %  %  1 Ht WM I %  ' \ I The ran %  %  • When ill,Sun Shim • tinn "inig.v %  : i i %  I %  %  %  11 will tot Remind mo in the norning to put up I the manor do not notice making it cleat that tho 2s Od trips round ncluJi bad and breakfast Social Welfare WorkersStudy JuvenileCrime KINGSTON juvenile PtU n qu en ey piobiem Jamaica were studied repreecntattves of twentySharks For Making A Million—7 Ways "Sunken Treasure" .itiatloi Welfare Organisation en'i Authont. tn <: %  .<. nominate B [en Juvenile in tile Probation M . !'-. %  hviici in tin* Ulan .,:*d Shortwood Teachers' Train ing Colleges, two policewomen and other per* m* N <>! youth. The si i i lore %  ITI Voluntary Soda] Service %  the Wt %  In all ti %  m, ihf conferem %  . %  %  bt done lor Juvefl l ., % %  it i preventive work among •nl of institutions for punishment or long term care Among lecturer! wera H Ml C C Hi Resident Magistrate and Chairman of the Juvenile AuthorityKINGSTON afaj II i. i structlon of the ct lor undersea the) %  aim Ii JameJ ca the week Upon completion in abou' a weeks time, preouetlori Will i Location h th* Municipal Bathing Pool at the Bournemouth Beach Club. Kingston. The script call %  i !i i %  and octoot and lighting them undei and deliver) ot live te taken Irom J fishermen bj Kingswood Chemical Production Ban Lifted the Jar Regional Research Body MayBeFormed KINGSTON M a :>. The establishment of n Regional Children's Court— Research Organisation undci BONN. June fi Production ot certain chemicak and electro-technical hitherto prohibited or subject to a special Allied control. will be allowed In future by German Government, the Allied High Commission stated here today. The Military Security Office I* retaining, direct control over only a few chemicals, such as war materials, certain components for rOCkat munuf.eUiie .md ifi'.iui war gas chemicals. Manufacture of chlOl %  %  | | the hi % %  %  • in with a v i %  i i [Q the Si i %  ; %  v othei much nt • ondai girls.. i . the sum to be es| n chlal pn pert) he In H to Ihi tent V< i .ii.... %  %  A gtame 01 the record! waul %  penditurc tins ..ear. thl have spent the amounl of $?.f next the) taxed foi the re uval PILES i i Just Sitting Ami Waiting h Nol One Of Them (From r Kr Illicit k COOK) NEW YORK, Would yu like to be u ndlUotMlra* Perhape you think t he opportunitlea are be. "Seven people would dltagri • on the baSLs of their own lives—that it can still be dOM Blfjhi I ui m the local %  | . iCw.'"' rmhackl6 t Wl also his own manager. if I would >Suo fol I bought It on the spot. but of tho Hilton tod the bank—it %  of BS.OO0 for the purpose Hi ... ere in the nan e ot the then vestrymen %  : %  % %  . .. iiange a* that he wag HIMglllil I they should dtacutt II with the U rd Duboi and the pre i Ri lot He k.-t .i I bar II entfai %  Reel %  i i %  ..;... I Srtonilary Scltool S i provtdliia thli school 'I... no bad In mind was 'hat •I. Central Coeer n me i rl ie ati lowed 10 tnhe over the Deanery rd a.i secondary school • • the) pre" I ding for ihe Hector of the !t %  -rranged he .In! not -' %  e hot* It n>nid fnll to % %  %  %  '. gpproval of • i Agreed Rntirclv Ul 8. I i . %  th.it he t.ieiv MHUI Mr, MotUoy but ugge-ii-d ihnt before any cleclrJon be reached, further onslderatlon of hla motion ir posti-oncd until they ootained leaal opinloa theu ptiMiinii. Othn members as well r\.creement with Ml Mi leys suggestion, pointing UUTl an Ideal spot for lary school The Vestry %  i. %  Idad, how a vei to %  t UM iiigaeatiriii of Mr Bryoan In pos'|H>llM)g further inlon could i>e ol Maximum Salar> Mi T W Mi',!. ii uon yesterday that all It the i'..' given 15 or more year ii. be put to thi • .[ % %  II h "' I i %  i. .. meat %  otlon win be dJ %  I a) ihe next mettlna ol Iha Veatry, The Vestry adopted the report thl i % %  in ll HOfM n "f Health relative m scoumn| land at the corran of r.nfie n.,n tot ,. dJUtrlet —I, r s DR. CHASE'S Antiseptic OINTMENT CLARKE'S "I L090 BHXTURE Cleanse the ... cm trom bloc! Impurities ; n.i f %  viifferers fron rheumatic aches id paint. r H neuritis, plmpli".. Ici Miraji ..nJ minor skin ittri ei I, can Mflva • >* benefit from this woll-known medicine la LIQUID •' raatir FOM : BRUSH... UP... YOUR... SMItE... h. K. C Rove*. Government |i. uld be responslhenceforth freed from occupatio. WOOL TALKS MONTEVIDEO. June 5 ble to the Colonial Office or I'J authorities eonti g Federal Government in the The production of ordinary went of a Caribbean Federation, dustrlal explosives and then e* and a nee ponents is henceforth freed the settler P' Saa chemicals for pt igrlcultui ill;. devolonad land ,ime usp> whl! *' Phosphorus, liquid .1. n .l b tnmi. n lfl nn IM inTtTlljl The Uruguay"an Rural "Federa^rareu ,c-coinmenclJ^ and w have all Most of tnese material' ran bt bnpOPted and exported Alterations in plants for the iro of these goods musi -.tin bg nrUn the Military BecirrHy Be n ol wool shipment 1 ti Biitnh West Indian Director. waAgrieuimre held in Jamaica las 1 peak. thai nesotiali'juMi Geoffrey Clay, AencuiBiit.ii.i 1 %  i itate for t %  %  who .' %  %  %  ... en* man faeju rk %  gra rranceforth por euanounced re I ttooa mitted to prodi tomers. IM He said that the —Reuter %  ,i ii i-ould navhjaUOn apparatus ni under„ot be un OK Individwater search equipment, such a-they did not -nund echo devl.-e pTOvtdNd II sans and would be exact -\.nf.-ioiiof the>ajoodjinrcIhampered m the work by the dueed to depoatted with the M,I,. ()get tary Board-Replrr ft was intenjed. ht th.. .' ild nugmont %  :k being iiv. I lerritories I.of livestock and miC research. railliaalig 1ft 1. %  N Barrti lr mattei f %  % %  %  !. %  ;.,'.. i, riOt %  %  '! %  just having a good product, it to the entire community ThMr. f. K *. boUielJ wai .ilies In adverthian what you have Vestry had on record thai they peltedtoflll a IffOp had already provided -he S 1 on ih>Board of the We-.tburv Mr. Herri evraed i riem ralcharfs Oro'Smoel, ai I whatfeme'erv commisai.iiier* and Mr aval night be said about them H A Tudor to till a sum.. 1 i : r.it kft bv that would gjo down Ii) poi'erilv .. am on tfM Board of Iroin..il ..rid all I lot Wl f the most % %  'Allege from shop to _^_^_^_^_^_^_^_____ shop and gave them a personal ; did no good __, __ ^ tr-a • %  arrr ftsnad We ray (.ash Down W rule )on Wrangle rcale Th-* %  i % %  %  • WITH fHE CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH m aj UNEMPLOYMENT DROPS IN U.S. < % %  merit to Vest A:. Ph i %  1 —-Rrnlrr i nfer anee .ud that he i 1 With the full anil Senator 'Unfit For Office" Charge U S. Veterans Gums Bleed, leeth Loose! WASHING %  %  \ .. ii it hi,tl demanded the m] %  m Hepui in-.ti Sanati toh (truck with ihe na reeearch IhN itoi t( %  "" mem members have • ol breadnational conli inonThe Ptenrdrt| Comn tried., he said, American Veteranand had dr< % %  rp an fl vi i Ibe Channel gu< n of Si n"e breed U UM answer to cuslng him of %  rch for a dairy cow that and of being "Until for offr would be able to adapt itself to The group claimed thai '. tropical conditions and produce had degraded the Sent ,o and had %  1 Oulctte i %  %  without special MUUonalra Ma araary 1 Ka-Uer, thinkIt I .. Ufa. hat keep • puts It 11.. I : %  ... ..... %  I rtnel bulldinf, ullt dams. ... %  i %  i f/or> Stop Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth In 24 Hours IS The Kegionul Orgaiusatiou, Mi. domest sild uuneautfaut grace ling, leedln^ and lock and th* 1 plant and ufe. "than un; %  %  thai I Si un thing Different' o. hfa i U Maaa, i %  %  % %  %  : % %  %  ttar than the . %  ffer, In the fte 1 I %  %  ; No, | or W.-iitii rhVa'ar i;•Jilt W.lt r %  %  .%  '.:., ISBN I %  '' "••' l ' H^WJI %  :..;.u,.7.*..-' • -. -,;; %  -.; %  , ;.. ;.-;.: %  uaVT i • % % % %  ,• %  "%  !" — %  -' % %  %  Mali "-%  IM lU mm aai New Oiicovev Saves Teath %  : of the operation ot the organ. Agricultural ild most likely I l> & W funds I luner; 1 p.,licy of OD. WES1 WANTS FEDERAL POLICE FORCE BONN The Allied High Coin No. 5. Hou aid %  %  H formation uf i t Force to their reaper!iv up SO per cent, of h-V( efl rnl „ ,... bu outlay of such schemer Wrft Gerinan Governm.nance of recurrent expenses. %  ttlarneat, %  ud ha.;eipendii set I for the future .• %  ill of the lani Million .ii, l.llMIMtll not IKtoo %  tarted for making %  %  very first •elf !•• %  %  Relieve thin iee for Hut I came Solution lo ( MM.* wi.nl I'u/ilr ments. It was ofncially unnounced tave %  Hilliiaahi %  * < Oaaa Taane*. It .correct, the slat"I that the West Cermat Oovi ment has felt some concei Ha own prestige and gee ,ny*. Is h:is made rapTI High Commisdon regarding tl rai-ing of a Federal P ,U, • FOTC I l all the in me. I __ U.S. Buyers Beat British In Tea Markets New York WHILE LONDONERS who wanl H -fai u sand i< tea, Now Yorkers—who do nol fftuOl an '< %  i rnorc. n.imain raaaon is thai American buvchri who |0 Bail m learch ol ll araj a fcoen-eVarj lot o( bu Ini n 11 % %  the bopa 'ii a pront, winkBrftal omotalg i: %  arhtM Ifa Bi comes .o ; | High if" ill! v —son It ahead I %  heqoe al once* and walk •>! i %  •nr. I anjalnli %  iiarS<* s I | ..,„.... | ..... ...... | %  ntracl free %  reaai thai was %  %  ti I Mgh qua! I f mld-Apnl—that f.rltam Koo-i Ban '' to Years' Chanff/C liMilonerJ %  %  %  %  %  . M ig Lane i lltf at I*' e*| "' *i %  %  %  .. i In the at ti < %  em Cm ,i.,-rd Much of it hag long I '-•• S I i.tioned off And -hat it left .i .ink. is not of top quality ry, in the i-i' %  4 %  % %  ... %  %  %  %  ..... S in competition i siill the i ..ikln*. tea lunching milliondeOar < %  eat sal*-. And they arc Buccead •hough tea atfll lagi far behind %  %  n the Amert minute ".mpa with that In Brllain Smolte To Vout Heart's Delight PIPES %  IJJI-TOS." BRIAR. rui'i; sol r Ai:f — Iniludlni MAVIrAin AMI KVtRIIUV alao — ion\( i os, \l si \S I.it. 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n.xRRinos \DVOCATI TUESDAY, iron 1*> 1: ASCOT Longchamp 1 iw /f#i — ll I illn n VMIIII'I I 1 f %  , oulsh n I fashions oron Mr beat whet WMh a: Longchamp. •I elegant .. JI live. I %  fa %  b> cc nblHl on pi. tut It 'lumt handbag li fl are tsra > %  III %  %  'I I lltll S. fl' .' tun I Ota ..iir ir I DJHM -HI the v.. .'i I grey cotton embroidend %  Iknrart, with stiffened pot fa • The other mule is of black ... Irene) lined throughout with whi. taffeta to five it a rtfl I i* finished with I>1J %  %  sash of ASM outfits J OR June 13 14 and H %  it.. i b line ii'upl i %  %  :. %  • orltt -• largo o %  % % %  ttd arts [ran Hard) Bha hag nav %  i I'ifToi %  Sting over %  "t> -kirte^ %  ' > "Inn,." pat artu %  I i id*, and r ir .,: %  .--pleated with aj blue nan —1. i I ONGCHAafP Hanual Men BuyMore "> %  • | clothing sales H far more steeply' lna>t % %  omen. %  f 43 BrtU re i Dtly and th r U|> i | tumrj tartan DM t" be arftbdri OH shop aa exceeding tl cum tillrah i i i DM ran* II •rani ailed %  <>>" I AH bear eoets-ef-arra I %  %  I a leaflet glVUS) : •.( %  arras ana I f thr DM0 WhO 01 .tied them in historic >. And for men t names or what about British Colour Count 1 shade* for I9S0 masculine apparel J..iigle Wine. Riviera M Huge. Eden Grey. M' Creen and Harvaol Wl h L I s Rupert and Miranda — 10 9>0 i.mple look QcUiih Qallim} S EVERAL I W dettyo I 10.05 a in from Trinidad, ai i UH 81 Kill • %  %  it weather •' %  > to land rd i had to come din loupe to Barbados First Year In Agriculture M R W Jw I of Mr of black Rock, who has just comparts*], nil grat; tgj nt Mi Donald < ottega Summer holldayi farm Ufa I' %  %  i there Returning June 10th M R. Basil w H Lynn, Special Ri preesntaUve ol Puerto Rico Tours lnc ," who B td to ran ban overnight, duo li alili* v.c\.'.hei in M Lu< I.I He will ugoing to Trinidad today %  • ,; Bali June Kith Mr i.vi.n itouring UM I bean to i[< en%  i • tura al Oovarnman) House I" Mi .i.nn.s Mun.k when he i slntad on i Hal.twin vho i i Ion for the a* ond Art Group Ban] in tinCouncil Chamber .it Iha Court Hi i %  „! hs opanad lbs i %  n and ani ouragad young ng mat Ij Mage pictures Lord Baldwin also opened tl i where extensive un> tnt in lalenl of the LaaISl A ll' |)I.|VI l| ,.11,| ores of you i work sp> andoui Ineraaar ', e \>\ the public showed eraal which Lord %  %  Oi % %  i > %  .< ol hit dtopartun : i nted viiii w. %  Indian Ft Oolni to Market deplct' bborn oin i 'ii. %  %  %  John % %  %  it.it Idand ,b Arnold Prince which was rei on i urn rhs Fbrl i. ii.it. ef Ft rrancU painted IhJ apsdally when he heard that the rnoi wa leaving II : at this lime %  • i tree laden with parasltea and km tying bUli In the dlatai voungai artists who contributed were Veia Carmlchael, Jackie Wtnti r, 01 kd %  tons Walling and there was %  delightful TuUy. An Armchair npHE Potlca 1 owed then I %  Baldwin ". pre* ntlng him wHI ball It wa %  .efforti ... ie long talked about and Lord Baldwin must ind) %  sad al the very smart Guard ol Honour" the last he al 6 15 on June 3rd. It will be recalled Lord Baldwin i. %  a Lai Police Band on %  U UM PHIDK OF ANI >nly a short while ago i nor was responrible for bsiraalBi our Captain "i to AntiRua The AnUee Band are %  v • heir fort-night'* training From Shoe-repairer To Baronet C OMES the story from the County of Cheshire., that thirty-rlve-year-old Garnet Wolse• -. .i $15.40 per week shoerepairer Is likely to be the next net Wolselev %  I.I a Garnet has Just been iiifoimen ti. tho editor Of Dabratt'i Peerage. I 'Blue id-.k of Britain'! artatoi ras | and ntrj i. thai hie I a tl %  %  %  Bit i iai rarl Wolsalejf of Mount Wot* ley, Cat tow, Eire! Ilth baronet and senior I the lush Bran of that nation's oldest fai • fa ith of the | ith baronet who died this year, world wide search tor the next of km Thenwen several • l.umants. liul a letter from Garnet's mother i-tl tevi .ileil Hi. survival of a line of Wolseleys which was hitherto believed to have died out last I iTitury was in th.army during the wa. If thenis .in> rash uith the title he would like to go abroad, if only to go back lo Anno and VIMI ti id beachhead H. i .i bachelor and intend* ti> i amain so For Sisters Wedding M iss juiict.. Mirabel who loll on Bgfturdaj by n w.l.A. to Vemviiei.i to be ores enl (or In i sister' wedding t,> Mi Ramon BOM of Venezuela. Miss Julletu Mirobnl, wl pupil at the Ursullna Convaoi v* in bo roturrdng to Borbadoa shortly and so will the Dewl) rriad couple, who will b* Ipandlng their honeymoon in After 3 Months. Holiday M l S S JOANIE FARMER, daughtai ol Mi ..mi Mi A <; Parrnar "' l Oughteraon < st Philip, who has been siK-mliilk %  liei (innitlis* holiday in Montreal with relatives returned on Saturday morning by T.c A. Trained At The Same Hospital M iss MARY QOWIR BBS ai nved from Canada Saturday by r < %  A to spend two week with Canon P n w Moore, Rector oi st John, ond nurse charge, of the Infanl departrnonl Of the U. of thl a), and during Ivi training she was attached to Iho lams boapltal %  tho Moorvs da ugh tar Owen, Owen was ruppooad to bava ai nved to meat MJ Q %  at Ri i Seawall, but -..'. Tennis Blues *~-AI TAIN of UM Oxi *-* 101 t>*'at Cambridge at lawn I rrtUs ii'ii. Mui.ro C O ll OgO, lamaua Eighteen months ago John Horn, no* Frank • .iptams the Dark Blues have ad for some years >? tally, included three other members from the British Empire ..man. a South African \ i-irahan Founded Ne* Party D M (l \ IIHiMI-^.lN. Mm asir two Antli on the S.S. "Gascogne." Dr. Thompson is an Amiguan who has e in Bireara. He spent six montl hiring winch time he known as t Party Trinidad Athletes Leave rull. Mr. Charles and Mi Hamilton it, members of the Trinitabulary, returned home ovordng by iiwi A .: part m the I two-day Cycle and Athletic I Kensington Oval. On Sick Leave A MOM. record arrivals from Guiana is | Mr %  v ing, i Dental Tsehnkiari %  -. %  \ tail Barbtei Hi li here on two months" suk le ,: Crystal Waters. Ml Fung has tfvo gsothert who arc Dental Surgeons s ith pratlcOO in B.G Yorkshireman M it hTorman Wright %  v %  man who hOI been lit ing in Trinidad for about tw nau an hn d i vor Uv weok-an I from TrlnJ lad to spend ten daj al the Oceai v,. .. Hotel Hs jn oil drill. %  in South Trinidad SKELETON CROSSWORD M r 4 1 i I I.I %  \. il.l %  %  eow Mtssr. l..ti.ir dwsUtnas wtilch ri OS -Jllit i La ll tSM juv crauuir %  -.u tin ? City of Uvrmauy. An Bdsar Allan intar B sw lAUnlsod "g AertMv." Carrl'd oa lor a ions usr ID tbr War Drpurtmeat. fKtcKy anana. V.'.1 1 ere— number Parti v nl*lrlonlc oocopoarUon. '. You need wmr allowanrr lirrr i Hot thr war* oi aasaaOnHogl as a ruse Hat or Uie (tenUH* | I. TTioUfb isiparratly SvnaM It's %  *.• i cnllactnd. i. MiMlrallT aMoeuiiad witn Bftaotbor ol a 12." I I 1 I IM1WN KATBI rmrsp. lor —rgO S I itbrrr worOai. I. I%rt of a Just rpward. i WhrrrlD on* miahl put d**c on sraw tor a changa. i. dive u Acroa*" a penny mr wimr tialr-rnit nol a Win I Bed of War* I with give a d*>. *t it miant THE BEST MEN'S si rii\<. oi 11 ic OF THE YEAR! NAVY & BROWN PIN STRIPE 2.4 vn. Set the New Rang, of LADIES SHOES ju,t opened EVANS AND WHITFIELDS GRAND POLICE VARIETY CONCERT I miff Iht' IHli-iliim !•> CAPTAIN RAISON AT CENTRAL POLICE STATION I'XIIMU i.mn Ml SEE THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO Thursday 29 th June W—r—wf *** .*#..! A Of.00 on stih' al JOHNSONS STATIONERY 'gjgww Th* h*i iai i P"hi ihs? tc* ih* tiaa of ihr it^ruoli.ng cloud*. llllhlf behind a Ur, u.c. hil. rhs take TO ihstr htr. and aunpcr oS in d.r1ig "li lpt a aji • r ro go. Jital 1st o oowhen CRYPTOQI'OTE—Here's how to work Iti AXYDLBAAXR la LONGFELLOW Ont lettar almply stands for another In this example A is used for the three Ls. X for the two Oi. etc Single letters, apoatrophies, the length snd formation of the worde are all hints. Each day the ctrae letters are different. A Cryptogrsm tiuotatloo F YMSCBOFIJ TMGK FBT LIFKOKCTM Flat TODDHIMBK KXOBLH— • OtMIV.1 Vealerdsy's Cryplsqoote:' EACH SUCCEEDING DAT IS THE PUPIL OF ITS PREDECESSOR—PUBLLUUS SYRUg. lC*n !" £S&>% One momcnl. nose "siopped-up" by a head-coldot catarrh Sleiitmorneni, you're bresdting easily — thanks to Vs-tra-noll Just s few drops up each nostril shrinks Ug#fgffC relieves stufflnen PmmU many cold a* used in lime. VATRCNOL AV VIII III IF (IMHI (Members Only} TONIGHT. AT 8 110 Waraor iiro-..' ii.ippv Nan iiu : "THE LADY TAKES A SAILOR' then the fun begin.* gfatriag JAM! HV>1 VN and DtNNIS MORGAN ilh %  */ %  AJUMtN Diroetod by MICHAEL CURTIZ ALSO KK1T1SII NlWa : WOat Indie* loosen up al Lord i'.ii i %  iiinii.it Football : lingland'v Win WF.IINF.SDAY \T 5 00 and H 30 I' M TIH'KSI1AT NIGHT AT S.II0 JOHN GAHFIELI> GEItAI.DlNK FITZCiERALD Warner'i "NOHOIIV L1VKS FGKLVEK'' ACTIVE KIDNEYS KEEP YOU WE'LL Noture'e flfteei may M Mp I I IS OFTEN MRPR1MNG how quickly backache, lumh-ao, %  rTd^hc oS ^ ,IWn " > ,M tlitordtr. due to iluggoh 'kulnej acUon can be overcome. Sirong, active kidney* ssfegusTd your health by irraining eiiie I'HONK 21139 IIO'VAI. (Worrn.'ns,y 1 \ST I SHOWS HHIAV A ... p Mi ."th OFbx i'r. I.inda lljrni.|l. OanMl Uililr -Hl"l AMBIIIAlth <;. Richdi Till RS NIOHT .1 >• "CARACAS M,.lll (On SUKPI EMaflRE TODAY 4 15 A K .10 pm And Continuing. lOth C-Fda I'" i THREE CAME HOME' Uarriroj CH ideite < GLOBE THEATRE Last Showing S & 8.30 p.m. "BLACK NARCISSUS" Hfiliu'sdoy, June "th and Thursday 8lh—3 & 8.30 p.m. "BOSS or BOOM ronx" AND — ".I Ml,III IX l.\B.\BISE" A REMINDER Local Talent Audition Sunday. June Ilth al 9.30 a.m. BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. \\EI>. NIGHT al X ::o "CARACAS NHillT" HOW TODAY I3 ONLY Republic iJouhir "FLVIM. TK3MMV And "ROMANCE OF THE SEVEN SEAS" TONII.HI AT H3II N DAM IUTM.Y and TROI ffg IN he >|.".t I'ltpular IkeM •era \i fatsr Rssjw Pill i -i'ii :i, Hsasc i. Ba l oaa t a ;: n..\.--i m oi vtiiMr TOIIAt ,\ MIMlllllUlU 0.3 g Ml.", pm LMlth Vivian Blame I'err> Con "IE IM 1.1 CKV And THE >.| i.i |\ \\~ With Tl make youh own Qcs Qh&am id horns ... and be pAoud ai a. M. % %  ..ir Ihi' items for which you have heen asklnR:— io: CREAM naazBBS—1 Ql $ll 5 4 Ql 14 tl 8 Ql 22 02 MEAT MINCERS 6 36 MEAT MINCERS (with Sausage Attachment) 7 91 POTATO MASHERS 1 13 I#.. 1 VI. %  TIO.XS L TD.



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I'M.r i tr.in n\Ki!\m>^ \i>vo< \Tr TUESDAY. JUKI C. 1930 Lancashire Collapse Before W.l. Attack intercolonial Bout Tonight Valentine Bags 10 Wkls. In Fin Bowling Display %  277 runs behind with only 7 wick Is to W.l. Rank High In Rifle Hatches I %  Ml, < I d %  %  V %  I %  %  %  Cup and -%  In) tllvt. i %  %  M won .• % % %  %  %  %  %  urui MII i did n < %  Ittl M* — Rmlrr %  %  B %  D t BOWIJBJ %  %  %  i nn Cntl%  K Uewetgni %  %  %  i y. %  iH .. %  il %  %  %  . ..urn it I !:<' the DOUl. In By M. II HI. %  '-.'.! \W il.r | Nwttl (uinr <* II %  . %  I .11. %  % %  %  i. ,.i n< ... %  %  %  RT HON Ihe I Si John'* AnlJ in rl 4 unhl Writers Fuvour Woodcock %  %  %  1 WOODCOCK \M> SAVOLD FIGHT TONIGHT 111, Id %  li•!>. I9*S .soli* lb Cup match ln't* Entfl-ind ud Vn Boom 1 id.. % % %  Club. Kail bid ( > n. iMM nnd Soutli WJI centujlly or. B .1 Konr Spadaa .lui Hie lend of • 6. In Room ? tlif Knell*!) Noilh rtflt'r.rt %  l,o*tai lo (oiiunr bv opening. Two N 1 CulbtrtMO) foubttd, but South bldThriv Ih raised %  %  w. % %  . 1,. i>i. 4. 1 i' m *i.n %  nd retun &f h 1 'i will! 4. A I I K ; • \ • j. t.vlplou -lu LONDON*. June !i Brlti*h W %  1. whip Lee % %  1 %  M In th*u flgM (..1 Brltlth and Euro* •'"'i I the World Hen' • title Wouilcoi k .-.it ihe • 8 in • I II! 1 • %  1. 1 .,( 1 d loui 1 1 %  %  1 ir< %  1 .1 %  %  • 1 it... 1 —Can. IT. %  1 • I When II %  %  %  l 1. are ron•1 box In %  %  %  %  %  %  Ill iir the world .. Barbados Friendly Football Association KNI:K OUT 1 I. .!. M 1 . •I Mr % %  .. %  Ir. 0 <.r*ni...n v 11 M Mai 1 I If %  %  I III London !.. i 1 %  IM> held in 1 ;.| • I %  1 N Tin'VrallH-r Sun R .11 .li HI 1 Hlfh V : %  .1 1: ,. • %  . 1 %  i 1 %  %  Il 13, I Hind KM %  (I |. m > %  BUIM boor Bon niMri is ,,, 1 M 1.,. Colonel Macaulay. BacnMary ol the AIl-Enieland Club, sold 1 h tter tram Bchroadn %  < thai hi ... %  -' %  IV bu in not nuka tha tup bo' bUSUMM — Reulrr i* \m 1 \ii\r. \i & FAIR %  aorn 1 v MCI. aan %  Hn§ w^t %  %  f-nd Ira •uppariin* TUF. LOYAL BROTHERS j OF THE STARS C A R N I V A L MM ia>a feaTat %  Vouik %  •• .1 %  .. %  ... %  1 rha, la %  < aati %  %  > %  IX N 1 %  •A %  %  %  Ik %  MM aj %  %  • > %  %  "... MM ". ..pp.., S linxinff! Boxinyll At THt YANKEE STADIUM BRITTONS HIU TGmXtQMT Kill RALPH, aar Raad stn-.t md Baxiii.ii 4024 far .lUIIPd liuirr RUiciMe tLStt it .1.. %  si M C ac^ *l 00: nira(brr 4> I.AVNi: and KDTH rilANDLI R UC Radio Pro^raiiinips 1 I *> v Rl John : % %  11 %  :.1 %  .. I I IB B v< 1 ti I. i„ IS |. %  ... I %  They'll Do It Every Time -—.._-_ By Jimmy Hatlo TElNY -E ALLEV-' I P.AY T_E 09SCURE jlAN'MiOCEV, PRETTY ^ RAG R>? WiLT^y/r • :• % %  .' %  mm? HE K^JOWS 'EV I ALLAB'ERHSARr JUT GET A LOAD OF HIM AT TRKCIVIC ASSOCIATION VWSN ; -.6 RAID BE-O^E. WE STAPT THE NATlONAiWHAT? -•Ei'TOeeAV.WOU'.D J/OM.VE"HEM-HEM-*.HEATIONAL ANTHER? > cor THE *HJSC?ER-AHA< ^-<~f r ~' V KEV?.I /IEAK-W0JLO >'. ..( *3J SORT Ot= JOM 1A ,f^ V TFOTME? • \OII( 1: M'W .1TII JINF. 19.111 CO0NTBY DISTRICTS must nt m on lha o ry be>fo>r> doliveiy, aa w cannoi • Q hnn WE ARE DV ii ..-ys boon our aim. much appcodate i! our 5 nbovc or I ** J. N. GODDARDS & SONS We are pleased to annour.e; that England't fir.itt Beauty Preparations from *r* ir vo.i^ sprv.rr There 11 ihe lovely CYCLAX i o. Lipilickt and tKPowder in enchanting faihion M T hnr-. revouKlrc hart, '..vniitl to delight you I vi.. i*.1 %  !.• ....I. .. n. .nvel.nelt. there AVESHEPHERD&Coltd. 10. II. 12 & 13 MOAD STRICT TONI HOME PERM %  -., % % % % %  Sola ami Re.iila. Give vooxaall that natural look wilh TONI-uaad by 25 million American Woman. Select yours now from • • ^ m'-THt; COSMOPOLITAN Day Phone* 2041—1111 Nl. SI ll ELDERS & FYFFES LINE THE T.S.S. "GOLFITO" it du lo anivo hue born Southampton on Saturday, 10th June, and will be saiuna Ihe same afternoon Icr Trinidad She hdu ample pfcommodalkon lor passengers gain.? lo IIIMDAD minimum lare 124.00. ^HONE 4230 ACENTS WILKINSON & IIAYNFS (0.. LTD.