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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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Saturday
June 10
1950.

Price e:
FIVE €ENTS

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' \ \NORAM VIEW of the Garrison Savannah sian oO Loo

HOT! the King's Birthd

‘Oration of His Majesty
LONDON

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Di hite HE s TI “WEINTENDTOSWIM’
f Binployeas vejected aroac us Onours ve Kin | G .

te hee . | —Gomes Says

— k in shirt-sleeves during US St tl i j itt us LAND was en fete on Thursday, the day ‘

iol weather s . oO . ae ‘ officig " re “thy 2 ~ y , = Ee
cmaes,aucve, | US Strength Is of sno “Seige gas the cistam| While Webb Talks of Glut
boss made the decisions. Hollow Shell Geremonial Par ade at the Garrison at 8 a.m.,|





(From Our Own Correspondent)























PTs, et Me nr i CHICAGO, Jun sports at £ ess Alice Playing Field an‘ a Car-| Cras LONDON, Junc 9
Montgomery on a_hroiling ar W, Siuany Svietaa| nival and F “at Queen’ s Park. The Playing Field ON THE HEELS of the rejection by Hi ujesty’s
summer day ithout : } at the ited ¢ Government of the West lindies’ re s i rereas
Cee Te ee chiy Beacurca'T sports were oe attended, and so was the Carnival. Distint ada o mat Rodhee's cuctenseni Go eee
i. \ sank A vehi pn te guarantee nark x” sugar comes ;¢ ateme
Montgomery blandly * ob- ech oh merice ge but much smaller crowd than usual turned up | Minister } ice Webb abou . : a : 7 : eee ee ae
sede PH et Bie entlit ; ; ' nist Vlaurice W I i ‘ sSible sug: ’ {
a ‘i om it ag be con- veut : i the rison to see 270 men of the Local Forces cela’ orale | next 0 vea! . Se an
enien or y Mr " ° hol V i »° ! WO 3 é
dispense iba: your tame i for a meeting « ctor Birthday. Many of the people who normally | Mr. Webb sai “The world sugar ition will im
\ also, pray do not let any the National Assceiatic \ ‘ parade, were at that hour of the morning keep- | prove in the next two years, and if present plan cont inue
R.S.M. MARSHALL OF MYSElt Gates ro ee ee ena rope, ta| 28 close to wireless sees Salmnaing the Sertunes of the first) we may have to be careful of 4 it pe glut 1 : oo CAPT. ©. E. WARNER
civ . Fatt or myself deter you.”—I.N,S, | ] planning programm 1 Vi el > : . ad 4 ‘ & ' é . ue
received M.B_E. Insignia su Sevasid anon Bakers aioe 1 t Match being played at the Old Trafford Ground, | oY! Asked his. views) about. thies receives M.B.E Insignia
Pies Neat | remains siromg” ho said, “ther lanchester * > statement, Albert Gomes, leader —
Lara hep taco Rae earl, ee | Limbless Veteran jot the BW. delegation, sad] py
e \ i we do not, there will b tl : al Ae ee . i to-day “Having regard to the late And Lyle
n an a ay war and the democracies we 3 ‘ | Takes A W ife British Government itlitude t )
e ® peat idan lee . tt ‘ : : : SS 2 ae | a e d } wards the demands of the We Shares Jum »
lay fullscale overall plani : pe ; ; Indies, the prospect of a glut of re " I
® ‘ , TACKSONVILLE, June 9 :
e ry essential to’ security | ; tin Ww le = cores cheap dumped sugar on t Harbados Advocate Correspondent)
hh ir S st , ay 38: GORE NEBL t : | ah ii a , Ve world market can only ean the LONDON, June 8.
| freedom.” Recallii I mir) Reps teem enna opportunity to buy « yee The fact tl ve shilling shares
e | : ; \ } igat fact { sh g shares
; last February on Russi milit ae MArcned yt to the peop} ) t Un late c ves
ENGLAND 312 and (for 4 wkts.) 108 LRERpETeE eM, "Me: Samingyen, aa 1 Kingdom. on pouclly crectine op eran tin
: Aer : ! oe ! ire tas Biv ent ore \ marry his classroom sweet “Mr, Webb's statement fits into | | ast few weeks, receives comment
WEST INDIES Pa ti 215 c . ge nie ie 2 M a Dede i nai The wedding of the the general pattern of Mis Ma) in London city circles this morn-
| be fore in American. history handseme ex-army sergeant esty's Government re ent jing. The price today is four shil-
: MANCHEST " - and Dorothy Morte 4 nouncement and seems to indi- | ngs ten and one half pencg com-
ENe ND the 1 Ss ER, June 9 | ‘ held at light = cate that if Coes not matter \ #3 with only exes rom
was i . ‘ . W an's Club « ; | uch ¢ he . ain| (2d nine pence beginning las
- u the lead by a 205.run margin’ Acting Governor SPRUE YS Got mace. maak a ams ether, obtain RPS, Sedan al a tee
ii ue frst Test struggle with the West Indies | , sheet pe

Wilson’s plane crated ti 1 ar thé Stigar industry. of the {han five per cent vonetinsaanss
bleak Vermont Mountair | awd ‘ , ‘ _| when the shares wefe f

» Since our smal domestic

by the end of the second day’s play today at the Takes Salute




















































| side int 1944 and ter tt 7 a4 . : {) the market in January so that
Old Trafford Ground, (From Our London Correspond | days he lay im while his || Feat en ene ae we current price they seem
‘ Y ; e e i . n | Aa +6 } al * t - sie 0) our s gar co npe v fully valu i
: The fortunes of this game swung in dramatic fashion ANTIGUA June 9. a es tt ae ‘ dumped sugurs in the werld an
England won the toss and batted yesterday and scored 312] ~Acting Governor P. D. Mae igarned to write in Jonghend market.” . ’
runs after being 95 for 5 wickets, at one stage of their| jae TRG ee eae OUT ae us® a typewriter, comb hi Mr. Gomes went on to gay that, | Truman May Get
Innings, A crisis century by Evans « id ithe rick Rearance b sf ib aD he lute at} hair, shave drive ¢ eur : i 5 ell) known \ tralia 2, : M P fa
“4 Valentine, young left arm| {B¢ Kink’s Birthday Parad Miss Mortensoy, press ible to sell cheap sugar in the More Powers
2 ee \ spi . ‘ies i At ua hecreauon § 1} y ear old television model competitive waerld mart mer j Soe
Chi Vr Pe ¥ | pore taking a sapien Wie latest announcement sti | met Jimmy three years ago by inereasing the dei c pri ’ WASHINGTON, June 9
A. Ny 4 | ir Y fast re if : ins) Mr. K. W. Blackburn C.M.G } at Jacksonville College he of sugar in Australi: The Foreign Relations and Arm-
TS ea O.B.E., ne ernor of the] encouraged hin I wii | ervice Committ of tne
B A 7 Ti] fy | ari eee oe ey Leewards is expected tudic He received hi Cuba’s Subsidix nited States Senate have decided
er i e WETE CIsmis= | s in the y} etir diploma on Mond i hat son new litions should
sed for 215. In their second in- | mutie a Ji ; | Bachelor of Arts D e it i ul Cul be attached to President Truman’s
a Wa nings England has lost 4 wickets | GUMN& te secon 4 , ae oh ta sasaen tt | e ft a bec e of | re "" :
5 N/ un ng: as 6 ets | ten miihdea. < pre-li rom the University 1 t nder the Foreign Aid
™ ™ In ¢ { © greater part of iy rod | that th measute was designed
, ‘ The Teams British Empire, we cal - 3h : | sig
By E.L. Cozi ; ae brian crete (tion, which is sold in a guaran-| to the President the power to
° 4 | | born Luther R. Wyr ol i- | teed rotected U.S | { 7 }
| /EST IN aS roddard | ) 1 } Me BEOVeU Ves market act in cases of emergency without
MANCHESTER, June 9. | (chop, AN Ree ye ‘gua and Mio th ¢ r Mary A, Dead ta Tokyo [dhe amhids ot the Pose en cere Stnereeioey. withous
yi sre js sar ss ie og | , PF eR wy 2s . 1cordora of Montserrat bi Re hei aed ‘nag ‘ \ . ahs ide .
__ There 26 Se SerlOus struggle BO- 1, Worrell, E, Weekes, C. Wal-| I andslide | Ministry here apparently is taat| ‘| vould permit the President
oes “hfe grim battle” for] St R. Christiani, G. Gomez, H | R 2 S 1 \ 4 ‘ | =. eee ae i. — | to use 4 percentage of = fund
, @ grim athe for) Johnson, S. Ramadhin, A, Val- 1g » e | » S EXCE Cy , Saw . . aie . KYO me. | est assured hat we intend to for sending anus aid wherever
supremacy, and no quarter is be-| entine, ’ | ussia Serids Note mn ee a so we Bid 1 hoa C. Mi Gas taking the Por inee ai age a “ ania j| Swim and survive, and the next|needgd to boost the strength of an
aan or sive ny Bugiand has ENGLAND: N. Yardley " (Capt) | To Seven Govts. alut at the ne oer an made _— at the Garrison high, srith, this Doak fam American few day wilt show to dhe “tulff anflscdwaniintat: counters. ;
be pnvion OF yielding Her "piace | 1, Hutton; R. Simpson, W, J HAVaNNAR On TnUCeBAy Sema scture above ulldozer to-day ragged 17] @ On Page { —Peuter
ss a , PRESET ae Sun ae orth | Edrich, G. Doggart, H.'Dollery, | LONDON, June 9. | bi and 21 serious! Sart | hci tina ;
parative newcomers anc 1€/ "TP Bailey, T. G. Evans, J. Laker,, Russia to-day sent a note on the indeed, immediately after the parade, the radio in the} peo; clear of a landslide which _
West Indies are equally deter-| \
a Mla quai) E. Hollies, W. Berry. question of the Antarctic to the Serveants’ 1esS Was put into operation nd the voice ffitad crashed down on railway
mined tosprove their ability to| ; Eig ‘saephes 4 1s PB I pers mn, an vOICe oO :
“twist the lion’s tail” ~ “1 Under leaden sktes and with’ Government of the U.S, Britain the announcer was softened for a minute only, to allow | ##tion and eight hoi t Kum-|
wist the Hon’s tail”. threats of rain after long spells France, Norway, Australia, Argen R M. Marshall to move Tone c m a anodais northwest of here, early |
So far the big guns of West| of sunshine, Goddard and Yardley | tine and New Ze il ind. According Pe Le at i e 3 n ads a4 = 2 y Kin this mornin Thi four eonl: |
Bene - Pe atthe en rest | (0 a Tass message received in Lon Marshall, along wit Capt. C. R. E. Warner. was . nt
Indian. batting have failed t \ . anes ha uis middle tCr the Wert Abn tha ste: ‘ts d the Sov ot Go - it 1 pHvt 5 malt ; th } > 1 54 + nN : ; it ee é yd . ae ‘
consolidate a position well es-|!ndian skipper to lose the toss fo: eee nee let V e i by the Governor with the M.B.E. Medal during th The cliff face t
tablished by their bowling oppo-| the first time in a Test match Lea mt rON re ; es hee parade At Government House later in lay pr nta-| Station building collay }
; : ‘ [Presets ita. itisc aa ea ions concerning ie =Antaretie , ; Nae ; : : ' ca cele
sites. They have allowed Eng-| of the vn poe grey rn ene n| could be decided without the par- ti of medals was made to five—Mr. L. A. Chase and M { an ae aes
land an advantage which may} 0! the day, however, OFM@D | te ination c a Snviat Coven F. A. Bishop—C.1.S.O Major H. M.S. G Rx, i ie e of ro i oil
ll ‘ fei 5 | Yardley decided to bat and John-! "C7! an of the Sov ‘ ; I es JOT ; : +, Bead I which had come do in an
failu hae ee a sn Me | son bowled the first over, aj ™ent.—Reuter. M.B.E., Military Division, and Mr. T. E. Went and Mr.] lesser jandslide vest: |
é re nas added much strength a + . + “2 r Acad
to their critics’ constant claim | 0 aiden to Len Hutton from the ‘Il R A. A. Hinds—M .B.E., Civil Division. pite the danger of furthe |
that their “Maginot line’ is| Stratford end, Gerry Gomez was Wi Not elurn ta ; 1 dcnte an \ rock, 500 rescu kers were
: mm ; ne A G i clock stru , ‘heir wiv é ner men i , ‘ f t
pregnable to spin bowling To given the ball from the East . ‘ ivht € roverne arrived at ‘the } of. the hie oo aoe a ib lig ing everiss, rd tho:
my way of thinking the trouble | Manchester end. : ; To Ni eria Parade ted k i Guard of| eer |
; ; salar oring ed off his third f
is more psychological than any- Scoring See ie o ns oS Mounted Police, their new scar] et| At Queen’s Park
thing else. Undoubtedly this is} ball, which Reg Simpson turnec LONDON, June 9 idle Bae thee hae | } °
; xt | ; hes ae vy) le « h ing i e J ef} oe i» |
an atrociously prepared wicket. | to leg for an easy single, a stroke The Governor of Nigeria unshin if iccompanied by | Highlight of the Carnival and I risoners Riot:
@ On page 3 @ On page 3 John MacPherson, has decided } y Savage and } Captain W ur held in Queen’s Park by the
that Se nior Police Superintendent Lambe his Pr t Secret a Loyal Brothers of the Star was Five Killed
renter reece: eee ARE ER TTS , h t :
. Philip w gave the order he Costume Parade and Stee
} ; PUNJAB 9
to re” on striking miners < The Governor went to the Salut nd competition in which prize », Ju ‘
Enugu last November shall not|jng Base and took the lute. At inged from $20.00 to $2.00. Win Five prisoners were kitle 1 and



return to Nigeria. This was d the base were the Honot
closed here to-day simultaneous! Lord. Bishop, His He

# | with the publication of the



able thc ers were: The Juju Chiefs, first
nour Sir All: prize for costume, Eric Layne, rep-




































14 injured when warders opened
fire on riotous convicts in Patiala
Collymore, Chief tice, Mr. E. J esenting a stern Cowboy, sec-] Cet it jail yesterday Trouble
jury, report on the ae Ane | Petrie ting Colonial Secretary nd prize, Annuis dressed] St4rted when a prisoner was stated
Western’ Nigeria. In the Enugu | ponouret J. D. Chandler, Presi- Miss Martinique.” third prize,Jt0 have assaulted Patial: , ssn
incident 21 were killed and 4 jent. of the Legislative Council Consolation Prizes were offered] tor-General of prisons + > wa ) |
vounded.—Reuter His Honour Mr, K. N. R. Hu to Sigina Westerman “Madame |] Visiting the jail, He was joined by
band Speaker of the House of lartinique,” Lita Callender,]# number of convicts who, armed
T a L Ki i Assembly, Honourable D. G. Lea Comic Strip,’ Elr 1 Wilson,| with crude weapon rushed out
error ts | cock d Mr, Frank Field nother “Mi Martinique” and t {rom their barracks, The situatio
B I [ Governor after taking the} the “Parson” representing Gold! was reported to have tak }
hat ia ‘ade which | Braid iJ & R Rur Ya) tal attack tue ees a
riton In Saigon ecte Parade which | Braid anc R Rur ly turn after they had refused
v i ip of a company each In he Steel B ; isperse nd fire $
SAIGON, June 9 f Pe 4 e Barbados Regi n « ts — ane competitior the ft pector-Gener: al’: cies
Wry v. } li 7 - : ey ye > only NO band on H
, Mr. } i : I i 4 é ; 5 ; ‘ the Rhythm Kings led by ¢ B
tick nay : - : Blackman and the other the “Lim- > |
Tobacco Company, was sh | Michelin, Con gen Mntia"sither ioreecsnes Ot Plane Behcads
g ba ! ¢ k i tT Lirnacol. The Rhyvth- aie
rorist ho als hot P feature » . Kin e- . oe
n i : ) cured first prize i they a 16 ear Old ‘
} “ ae r a : practised in the P Pong” art virl
¥ 1 ‘ enil r ra € m t ‘ 3 .
Manager of the Tc é ; y means of which tunes as . KARACHI, June 9
. M at T aha jas rhythm ¢ be p i on ¢! Ay identified low-flying air
frot he. facto I feu de joie and the Roya! cel orchestra Second prize we raft today beheaded a 16-year-ol: |
ane ert ’ | Ve ve the present the Limacol B a Parsee girl and injure 4 two of her
Sd abiban tee List ial ie errait The Rhythm Kings came before} cx npanior is the on the
I : F . t dge plavir ‘ j . .
j girl. As the car’stopped A 1 dec by th ary I Ving sand at Cliften Beact 1 Pasure
th ip opened f{ |, Capt f Rhumba. For € resor r here k |
‘ oh be ata > ~ ‘ ; plavec e ¢ i wv rh wid the ircraf ret reled ¢
‘ Or t Are i ¢ t thel
hot thro he head and | e pt to tune of ae Mr ¢ hea veral time Reuts
gar | 6 : r tha. of the yke int
t a oes popular . tators |
a pectior Dis Seathd While. the lock conears CRUSHED JO DEATH
isis aie ( y La : ) a- OLI eter
‘ f € tive got ready t p un be b A,
COAL TALKS JUNE 20 As the rmec | tive got | | we ob at dexdane. ee
ATT ++ rT 11@rj the I t ve £ 4 Te
: } , I y Ww |
he ¢ t Judges were Mr. T. J. Ou ers)! 1 bene the f
1 u We en ridge of Bermuda, Mr. D. Gay of} f t
Germa It vé Ce : ig a and Mr. fF liller, MCP} 1 t ri ilo
Tine 20 G Apart fron ere we toad ke
* G nt | K.O t { et t c i representing| before ¢ ‘ fe
; TWO “MISS MARTINIQUES” won a prize at the Carnival Cos- f 1) “W Bee and Stout] ground on lef ‘< ,
} tume Competition’ held by the Loyal Brothers of the Star in ; - ae op Spices os Bee _; is the I lkeley I
. ‘» Park Tl d ou Are t Queen's Park on Thursday. members of the Legislature and @ On page 3 Waterman of Bulkeley Tenantry








:

AGE TWO

PICTURED ARE A GROUP of the greats who of
or Thursday in honour of His Majesty the Kine’s Pict





leney the Gevernor and Mrs. Savage.

IS BXCELLENCY the Gov
ernor and Mrs. Savage ga
“At Home” on Thursday ev:
ning at Government House i:
honour of His Majesty the Kin

an

Birthday About two |}
and fifty guests attended th A
Home” which took the form of
Cocktail Party

His Excellency thé Governor

and Mis. Savage, met the gue
as they arrived along the 1
walk of the grounds. Chair
tables were dotted around one of



the main lawns and there, gue
gathered in groups, some stand
ing some sitting, chatted while
members of the Barbados Regi-
ment in Zouave uniforms hand-
ed around eats and = cocktail
savouries.

During the party His Excel-
lency invested Mr. L. A. Chase
and Mr. F. A. BiShop as Com-
panions of the Imperial Service
Order. Maj. H. M. S. G. Bead-
nell was presented with the
insignia of the Member of the



HIS EXCELLENCY the Gov-
ernor invests Mr. L. A. Chase
as a Companion of the Im-

perial Service Order during
the ‘At Home’ at Government
House on Thursday.

British Empire, Military Division;
and Mr, T. E. Went and Mr. A. A

Hinds. were presented with the
insignia of the Member of the
British Empire, Civil Division.
As Mr. Lambert, the Governor’s
Private Secretary announced
their names the recipients went
forward with their sponsors to

receive the awards presented by







tended the “4 iTome” at Government Hotse
thay Thy sarty was given by His Excet-

Back In Barbados lere For the Week-end

.

M oO. : ; d Wednesday afternoon by
‘nt V.1.A. was Mr. Peter King
ao : » has come up for a few days
A i) Mr. King who is with



yal Bank of Canada, joined
taff
















Ower ; I in Barbados. From
} he was transferred to their
: ch in St. Kitts, and he was
Keturning io-morrow ntly transferred from St
wit NuIN j sitts to Trinidac
aX | ‘ i dae .
he Visiting His Mother
( af 1 _ for about one week is
short holida 5 i ti Keith Roberts who has
tne Cran rh ith Caroni Estates
F At sa Bhe : ] i t eighteen months. He
or About [ten Vays wrived on Thursday morning by
NM tee Po y W.LA. on a visit to his mother
are in Barbados fo Y I Roberts, with whom he
holiday Vii Gardine r be ying
ith the coa Steamship ¢ .
Trinidad arrived oh Wedne Married At St. Matthias
ifternoon by B.W.1.A cco oe edding took place recent-
panied by Mr. Rowland Creecl ly at St. Matthias Churcn
ho i lso with Alcoa ly vir. C. Holman Goodridge, son
Gardiner arrived from ‘Trinic Mir d Mrs, James Goodridge
( Thursday morning Loe Road, Christ Church an
i Phyllis E. Gittens, eldest
Passed Bar Finals iter of Mr. and Mrs, Charles
i ha be ‘ ‘ ! of Top Rock, Christ
LS
j r e who was given in
Londo eT her father wore a
ir. ( I « of flowered satin with a lace
J me Db t it ed with silver ac-
oF tier headdress of em-
io U.S. For Six Months ered tulle was kept in place
"% MISS Gloria Evelyn. daughter PY & hood of ivory sequins and
M of Mit and : ( r) I Si vas attended by two
Evelyn of “Dulee Domi ioe bridesmaids, Miss Phyllis Frank
tabelle left on Thursday | be nee Cae ie a ‘
+ Uy i ai a a as ne cer ony which was fully
from ae Pan American to Broo Nie Grimith The duties _ of
York, where’ she W ; pen ay : performed by Mr
about six months with M Ev ee | OCOEtier - Whirled "those" ol
lyn’s sister
Many of her relative
iends were at the airport t
her off

Staying With Her Parents

AaereNe ( r

4A ning by BWIA ’ ini
dad, to spend ee}
Rarbad
was
n I

accompanied |

Arrived Gn Thursday



















ceive R. AND MRS. ALBERT
His Excellency. Mr. Petrie, the WALLIS :
Acting Colonial Secretary read ¢;,..,; ved §
the warrants. TY ‘ nove

The Police Band conducted by sp nd
Capt. C. E. Raison, M.B.E., were 4 a ‘ 1 H fe
in attendance, and played a very )\y W 1 ‘ La MK. F. A. BISHOP was also
enjoyable programme during the G; m-S invested a Companion of
evening, before the National jy Bari } the Imperial Service Order
Anthem brought the party to a mi Mr, I rore s ) at Government House’ on
close, pilot LA Piursday

F
7
‘ By BEACHCOMBER
HEADLINE in letters a milegsprociaimir ; ott re% Vot S :
high and three furlongs thick ortland ( eon envy . a@ sausage

proclaimed the other day thatfhi ne i lL ee O00) re atin ee le
“Production is the way to better} thought of the 1 ( it | re sUKATI AT TI w us taken
livin,.” Rimar ithin sight é ir : er y by an official of

This daring statement, mark-3tains of the \V Vi of Bubbleblowing to
you, Was not made hastily. It was jnc In é mammoth sausage-
not a mere newspaper opinion. It, died neart at Gri ed < r-~the machine which can
was the considered erat * oO BS turn out 14,900 tons of prime pork
“teams of experts,” who went allt} On or pl r Monté 14 : 4

; es > i a, DD

the way to America, and thereglimar for nou t I i : av a ee
discovered this hitherto unsus-"Yit wit! ear of dicti on aa t-like eeiKatn niin Thi
pected truth. yhope of reward i ee seat-like substance, PE

In the dynamic words of a com-' }Clonme! in Cc ’ Tit 5 ie tte ae this unt
mentator, the teams of experts not general c ( pulled back a gigantic
“see in greater productivity the ggat was invented by a ‘ nich released the finding
key to better living.” To-morrow, 4 Nougat, a 1 v Jourg-la- s on . nding
in an article entitled “Lower Pro-“;Reine, outside Pari and Knives, The walls and

ductivity Is The Key To Worse
Living,” I shall examine this ques-
tion in the light of the best con-
temporary thought
The Invention of M. Nougat
HERE was a man at the fair
of Aigueblanche, in the
Tarentaise, who could bite through
an iron bar (of course it wasn’t
made of iron) with his teeth. A
sweet purporting to be nougat, but



LADIES —

THE
, MADE



: ; I { shuddered as the meat
Kar after ear ook th t, and, with a clang,
A SHROPSI I 1 ! ichine fell to pieces
f 1 1 T kniv and grinding plates
of the t re ll € cle ) the floor in fragments,
fell down, and
like a cannon-
concrete flooring
M’Be left without ordering
Do id ri ’ ri he machine or the sausage
I mole t one in official said, “It couldn’t
1 1 first-quality gristle.”

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AB OU TUR @ iE pubin
‘ ’ d HATS French hats relaxing =
Goma |n hair-do’s an ee wig code
Short or longs fant eae capelines is C t oe
style for growi ir: hie tale od ri nay | launch
ee ter bey ning aohtly black leghorn tr a then likely
round the face, and curved fringe black faille ribbon. = a an cycle
= amd brevity until the
ne. In 1914, for instan:
PARIS : nly four inehes fr
2 apparen
goes back we than women ecouk
> N 918 they har T
to the welv cl Then thes
te itil in 1922
FEMININE were half way between
FIGURE, er th they began to ge
ily briefer; in 1926-
reports were knee level, provo}
ut sts of wrath from pu
POPPY 1€ press of both her
1eres The cown they
RICHARD e agai but ohly ap;
ently because women were
the sight of their knees. A
way, by 1934 they were alx
jf ; ne inches fre be ground
} designers could stand and
9@¢@6 other ascent begen World W
TT made absolutely no differen:
â„¢ mu the rise went on steadily un
in 1942, women were on
point of disclosing their kn¢
' eaps when they thought bett:
of it, and the following year saw
: t a fresh descent
PARIS. taffetas tunic over a contrasting turning softly rows eegil € a The limit of this: plunge w:
Mid-season collections make it tulle skirt. But a great deal of fringe curving half over U ceceesta: reached in 1948; the “New Look :
almost eertain that the feminine romantic detail is introduced head. 7 i Fa unithe . pnd most Sc h
figure is returning roses in the hair, tucked into open Egg Masks, Too looked funnier than. they ha
Starched collars, ties, straight necklines, at the waist—even ticc Elaborate rhinestone nect pa irs: but after th +
up-and-down clothes do not suit over the back of the hand are fashionable. Mamy are coy the cycle began again. It is
everybody. They are really worn These are all ground le of old French pa desigi apparently, still going 06 and ht
only by women who adopt every models. But irregular styles This is the season ‘ wor iy time now knees may become
new fashion equal success--up in front with are ready to welcome anythin fashionable. But umilcks femin-
Now there is a subtle change. * ga anes sell Shailiv- 7 ee Na th 4 : i me anatomy has taken a turn
‘ : oie nih. ivery Paris couturier is fea r- ennes have found a v x for he better in the interven-
Shoulders droop agai The ing these. They are “layer” types which does this beautiful I ; ma he
bodice is’ fitted—need a bust 3 WhamnatKat” Gaenire tat oe ae Seiad ing twenty-two years they will
2 a _ and many thicknesses of vapc a mask of egg embi1 nn 5 prettier than they were
< ene The sh once ous material (chiffon or ¢ must be applied before gx in - re
er ine. nance sithouette RE ene eee ate ae eee
(the Mae West line) 18 revived Like Foam prorat an ometimes ‘twixt the two,
Schiaparelli among others, is Roses again—tlowers cut out of World Copyright Reserved Yo kirt, Madame’s inevitable
repadding the hips self-material—are the favourite Gon mer era "y And al, ade Sout

galas where
dress the order
“stem” models
unbounded self-confi-
dence, perfect grooming and a
marvellous figure to put over
properly. All the money goes on
j romantic picture designs

Balmain’s formula is a draped

At all the Paris
full evening
there are
These take

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Actress EDWIGE FEUILLERE white, worked with silver and

has a fitting at Dior's in the black | gold sequins in a Chinese print
and white embroidered organdie | design

dress @ for her
Souvenirs Perdus

new film

usher fell to Mr. Mervin Bentham

A reception was held at Top
Rock, the residence of the bride’s
parents,

For Jamaica Discussions
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R. J.
‘ short

D O.B.E., Medieal Adviser to Across pA
Development and Welfare left on 1. ip yous provide a change if you
7 Pie id, (4)
Thursday by B.W.I.A. for Ja-| 4, Gan you see Slba from this ? (4)
maica, on a routine visit i. No cute on a oe in such

‘ " voice training,
While there he will _have dis-|} 10 you may heed toast for the fierce
cussions with the Director of little beast. (5)

Medical Services and also with| |! The extinct bird of the Rockles. |

Mr. Symes, who is carrying out! \2 quarrel the stiff necked always
i aon la wh ‘ 2 ee ee have, (4) |
Malaria Investigations in Jamai- is Prom whieh unchanging instinct
ca. He will be away for about comes this suspicion ? (5)
a fortnight i4 No, this is not practical. (6)
" . } 17. It is used tor transport. (3)
; '8 Unsoelable sort of bird surely.
. (6)
To Get U.S. Visa iy You must reverse 17 Across to
this to cow. (3)
ISS VIDA ABBOTT, who is | 20 Sour for a member of Scotland

Yard it seems, (4)

in & way the Spanish dined

Aveless accord. (3)

The way in, (5)

Quite a number you'll find, (4)

Down

ip proves ['ve bustle, (9)
Height. (8)

Covering you're glad to have, (4)
Power to enforee obedience, (9)
The beast of Britain, (4)

A disloeated chin, (4)

Where you may expect to find a

ge of face, (4)

wo, can find the ©,0., 80 |
» (8B) j
ol lily flowered plant of
ca. (9)

vy bear, (5)

yeu may get in changing
)

in the Accounts Department |
of the Antigua Sugar Paetory has
been a guest of Mrs. W. S. Howell
of Sea View Guest House since
Sunday, when she arrived from
Antigua to obtain a US visa |
from the American Consulate here,
to enable her to visit the US. on
long leave.
She returned to Antigua on
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Azalea (along with white) is the
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romantic
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Feuillere,
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Iso

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/ A 1T RELY WAG FUNNY THE OIWIDEND was GIeHTE EGO exe CaLLed et a hewt « it
AND THEN IN THE NEXT AND SixPE NCE AND OFFICIAL AND ‘THEN ze 0 vVeVe? I
Race WHEN THE HOOSE ~ Ceieat AND NINE PENCE ME TO PUNCH HIS Note ' é ; Ww
B , OAve WENT UP TO THE i oo AND COMPLAINED THAN ‘ : , :
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WINNINGS — DIDN'T YOu BFyaat taey @HouL0) {/ 7. SULT Fe Fy i » wit elegant
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y i i pe but never looked
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world why these much boost 5 ead e i rt ee Sar
“world batsmen” should not ha\ THE DIWIDEND IAS 7% 4 fe iat a : sn | ef =
come at least as well. R nd| . 5 it x{PLug THe STAKE JNNY : AN t ; { | saat teal
Stollmeyer showed that this was) . ‘ od Ue, ° SAC ' ny a roubl
no impossible task. Fifty for ¢ 2 | t y iid
cpening partnership in a_ tea: Bb
such as ours should presage a eC
asy 300 s er rest \, ‘
Pee 4 4h England a deserving, century:
To my mind, Worrell ny © of hi reer =
than any one else is respons a rr? } a + Y wn
‘ a entine ¢ 3 OW!
for to-day’s poor showing. W | @ from page i “We know the difference be- mech space in the ! Pp Lead. > VW / } in tners had
out waiting for Weekes to | extent cur determination so tc tween honeyed words and good bul ur littl ‘ r ce ae | Saat A for
himse®f acclimatised, he swop-j| ¢ £0 ” faith—between professed and sin- What comment ther pr | aned the e
ped like a_ village cricketer % i ke f j al action cere solicitude. Those whom ‘< ( "Ake +33 ay ; @ from page ! the We
one from -Bob Berry and was}, Oo yy this last England cannot resist, she paci- ba sas ed Rightly eated two balls jater by t
stumped. This made Walcott* the a, rase es would say fies, Against those in her grip The Menchester Guardian say nary Nn np reas yy by Laker. Bailey took
incoming batsman, over cautious]js tha were con- ghe steels her heart. that the Government acted 1 t ; en it Ora 8 ‘ in getting role, and in-
as, indeed, was underst tinuing.” and adds: . : an * a eo ! re to 82, while the
had Clyde been free to p Gome referred 0 More Than Affluence “The: ae wnettinn of <— fa ine i ‘ a6 id : ‘ee thre I bn visited the
or in eee he would] the high prices paid “The English producet of eon — eo > r oak e Nealendninh Baw aban. thita, : turn 1e pa
1 ave dilly-dallied over a de-} sug; beet farmers. sugar, wh lives 2 fo BS PS a ne « 4, . ; a ; vilion
i ic it 1] ’ r sugar, who lives in comfort, is ile Gomez had Christiani and The { nt reached
pad A ete ee f hie Mt ag 12 Months’ Renewal paid a price which will secure ay 4 ace tp = limeyer in the slips with John- ce oes le Pon sy e Ex glands
eeces sis twas et 5 Prag fr ‘itt “seal be To-day. well-informed circles his vote at next election. The = D them by incurring “nritist sen, Weekes and Goddard form- ae ada ,
SUS eEes Rear ee say that the British Government powerful and independent Aus- met, ae Sere “ ” ing his leg trap. ~ Onee iin Valentine had taken
: has ied to renew for 12 tralians and South Africans fconem) ‘ seg eee : shes
2 ee - é . € 7 ‘a + heal ‘ x lu snours at the Manches
Johnson — Handicap nonths subsidy to the British given .more than they need. We would not hel hem»: Hutton Retires’ lier ground, and his bag of 8 for
Nor were the other batsmen Suf Beet Corporation after ex- The West Indian who would ; os Rcen os a ee cation In Jol I : re Record for the
i isting legrslation expires on consider half of the comfor tected that very s er n Johnson's fifth over,
without blame, Christiani should Scnensiol 10, 1950 : = ; aa ret mS Of uneconomic production might} took a rising ball on the ve es :
have been content to play the} V&CCâ„¢O enjoyed by the English labourer ~ idabl West Indies rane
role of silent partner vis-a-vis His Majesty's Government in- as more than affluence, must OR ea eligi ars sired BL igee as.fane, Puapfey JE to feg. He) wit be hour re-
Weekes: Weekes could well have tended originally to nationalise ¢arry on in the meagre condi- when the contracts have ended. was forced to retire, but resumed} fo Aand hus-
‘ialater ; ; the sugar industry but owing to ¢ ; sii ah ater after Evans was out or , :
resisted the temptation to hook : 7 tions which are a disgrace to ao ‘i. c ? . fled to e the batsmen a
a rising long hop outside his leg| '° election Poms, it was decid- the name of the British Empire ' Demands Change ase Edrich filled the gap. After} yo.te of the wicket, but opener
vat ¢ : not . . ; . ; * * pr ti sug r » l a > 1
stump; and Gomez need not have }ed that this should not be pro- To keep his undernourished body A fair pro ape ot as FAUST ea Renee ns in 37 minutes! Rae and Stollmeyer played solid-
underrated his rabbits to the ex-| ceeded with. from death when his main sup- be left for sale outside long term SORaElS Pie dsr with) ly and had scored 17 when stumps
tent of getting himself out un- Draft Reply port fails, he must appeal to the contract to allow for adjustmen en ne, thus bringing the young] were dr Bach batsman had 8
necessarily . The West Indian delegation British Treasury for a dole to changing demands. The ques-} * hander from the end from] io his er nd there the day
Fort : ly it t et on Thursday to consider His So be it — at least we know tion is not whether British guar-] Whieh he had wrought such hav 1 t ;
sane’ samch oad os eager is Not) drajesty’s Government's rejectio: where we are. We ktiow now antees should be raised, but] during the Lancashire mateh Vesterday’s Play ‘OU can’t be really fit un! aoe
trievable and I am still hoping} *)"/—*" » “ly = with whom we are dealing and hetl t not t t the] Johnson took two more overs ) 7 , » I { 3
, of their case yesterday, and to : whether is not too hig at tn ae mide vo S evel I esumed this morning mm ou’re clean iside. Not ‘ he
for viccory ate eis ve , ue shall fight this thing to the ¢49.900 tor the Government ] before giving way to Ramadhin | ine ither i Yardley called dont bation pri ihe a 7"
aE , } bitter end. The Jamaic fast bowler had : ' ~ firs ae aon Cx
The same bowlers have done The next meeting with the . : offers 0 Jamaican ast 20W ler a , i Holfic y bowl the first 5 J
well—far better than was ex-| British Gavishineits will take The delegation ae firm and The Financis] Times says that} bowled with fire and accuracy | over from the Manchester end, refreshing drink ; it takes good re SPs
pected. They will do better thi: lace on Wednesday, June 14. Mr — in their solemn re- the Government i srrect in avoid- | and was treated’ with the greatest leaving fast bowler Trevor Bailey of Inner Cleanliness too ! } x :
Mnings, for the wicket is not| James Griffiths, Colonial Secre- fiést Shaar ing extensiot purely bilateral} respect. teeters e Stratford attack Andrews does its health-giviag So Se
improving. But even if England) tary, who will be back from ; Se ,, agreements with the West Indies Ramadhin’s first delivery was] Stollmeyer helped himself to two woek in for stages. It cleans the mot Re
reach 300 again — which she| Malaya by them is expected to By “English producer of sugar,” which would hamper negotiations] loose and Edrich got him away to forceful on-side boundaries off Sea Re ‘
shouldn’t—I am looking to the) be present at this meeting. Gomes is presumed to refer ow of the international sugar agree he fine leg boundary but his| Bailey betor ss rdiey _ = settles the stomach, tones up ths liver, and
three W’s to redeem themselves Mr. Gomes, leader of the dele- eee ae t pec ment.” second and fifth completely beat; Essex fast bowler o! os, a a finally, gently clears the bowe!
+ . PS A the 7). ae . he Laket t ore Was oO ©
aay. Denne On anata La penll sean Tht Ma NE SIC" tion of the beet sugar subsidy has isto of uk ae ie ott itt Indias wi eae we om \ Jeffrey had 26 and Rae 9 Remember your Andrews when you wake
ay. Johnson’s muscle has been} > on Thursday . ate! 27 Plage + So emergence of unsaleable surplus e Indian was warmly appiat ; aa ae » : . Aten « » ‘ taeine
a very serious handicap. This i iumming up the general feel- —. kept strictly outside discus sugar in the world, and it ie} ed at the end of a first and most Si erhcg pa a te . oe ant 2 = noe ty ® any t a , rate 5
not the time to cry over split) ing of the delegates concerning The rejection of the West Indian regrettable but unavoidable that} /Mpressive over. E ‘ay and sent West Indian hearts the day, just take one teaspoontul in a Sass
milk and blame the selectors, but} His Majesty's Government’s sugar delegation’s case by the the West Indies should suffer ir In Valentine's next over Edrich ig of cold water to make a cooling, retreshing
he was sorely needed yesterday) reply U.K. Government was given the attempt to find a solution.” appeared to feel uncertainly f« . me after 45 mjnutes play drink.
afternoon as an effective change melt ne pitched on the off stump it) inic morning, when Stollmeyer
to Ramadhin when the new ball ipped the edge and Gomez toot



was taken. Bashisics Honours The King €. N., S. Fares comfortable catch in the slip L ce) tth nea ehice ak

e Surrey spinner had sent down
His injured side could not per- Confused vers for a siltgle run.

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mit him to bowl more than @ from page 1 return to the playing field. Two Lowered Joggart . t to be co Rae Ou

single over. Goddard tried | sisters—Ula a aria Straker re- Se Pree noc ea a 1 os Wr

= but Goddard i a 1 fast| booths and _merry-go-rounds. turned aed iad agceoun renpentaee: oe ae aren my ype Pa pte areas I eras r eel IDEAL FORM OF LAXATIVE ®

bowler. Again to-day his absenc faaar Tiam Fook and Syd Van jy, Louise Payne was third and MONTREAL CXt OVEE ous the ball ce —. oe ; peeaey GAD ane at aae

from the field had a serious effect r Hyde put on a programme of May Farley won a_ consolation A reduction in fares of per id the stumps. The first hour _s ie Daas tar aa ie data the ;

Walcott had to leave his pos tage dancing and comedy in the prize. cent on round voyages by the Can- elded 45 Dog rt getting aja od poe h bai sar ly ; 1 | i ees saidsininac timneabaciiaiesidic:

behind the wicket to do duty i and Small Island Pride, adian National Steamships to Brit- )-or-die boundary from a sweep hanes 0} art tandin ae ti

an opening bowler. 1 make noj| , Calyp easy entertained There was also a Pond Boat ish Guiana, South America, via leg off Ramadhin, followed i 8 ape <2 7 - ane eae

comment, but would draw atten-| te audience w ith popular num race, and this was \gon by Lionel Bermuda and the British West In-} Up with a neat late cut for an the ’ vk the Sanitary vuke werent Smoke To Your t

tion to the fact that his deputy m R are ‘ in af alabash,” the No. Bennett with the boat “Clipper.” dies, was ann: unced here to-day ; ‘our: ne yf ew RiOee ilu O| th in mere yi)

missed two stumps, Edrich and 1 Rog 1 March tune for this year’s Second, third, fourth, fifth and by V. E. Eke, passenger traffic Fifty was registered after 85) “pt bik ae abi thi i ‘ {it

Yardley. Edrich was in his twen-| ©@?™!V@! in Trinidad. sixth prizes were won by Chester- manager for the company. inutes play. "\Warrell ot mark with Heart 5 Deli ht ‘5

ties and Yardley just two, Think At Playing Field field Jordan (“Bomber”), G. ae The new fares are effective in The game proceeded peacefully |. "uneertain brace sous: Lake g i

what their dismissal would have - Nive 72 (“Pep”), Frank Jones (“Ape”), the Lady Rodney and Lady Nelson | until the score had reached 74) (), ‘ in leg trap, and on the

meant to our chances of victor} A big crowd turned up at tha Ss. Alleyne (“Sweet Boy”), H. Wil- from August 23 to ( % tobe r 21, ind} when Simpson, who had played| treng Sar enh =) ie strove. dialer we have a new stock of \
One very healthy sign im this) Princess Alice Playing Field to liams_ (“Jeepers”). ape Canaan Grurser Canadian | with assurance if without sparkle,’ )yought a third man into the : )

match has been the fielding. Not| wateh the Aquatic and Athletic 7 tase Challenger and Canadian Con- put one from Valentine into the) Gircic, This strategy did not work \ )

merely from the viewpoint of| Sports sponsored by the Electors’ Winner of the Fishing Boat Race, structor from June 1 to October| eapacious hands of Goddard at) and: Laker after bowling steadily

Class A was the boat “Windola.” 31. silly mid off

stopping or’ catching the ball.) Assoc Second was the “Albert”, whilé Mr. Eke said that the new fare : [to concede 20 runs in Ti overs

although these duties were well) danc



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. am airté 2 5s, asa rian rt third and fourth plag»s were won schedule for the Lady Rodney and " . : .
ee but from the spirit of aes ae ani Sees ae by “Atomic” and t. Doll” re- Lady Nelson will apply to passen- Doggai t Oul pa ee ste » — including —
; via entrants take off epectively, Fifth boat was “Unity ger sailing fror Montreal, Hali- Doggart was Valentine next os



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, aes d fax, Boston or Bermuda, and re rictim. He had attempted ariek Lae the last ball of Hollies first CLIFTON,” BRIAR, AYFAIR AND EVERDRY
Goddard has never so far set) day’s first event—the Marathon— turning to any of these ports. The } preez oie and | Jasty | over Stollmeyer got into his wicket ~~ siso —

a defensive field. And the attitude; run to Holder’s Hill, St. James and In Class B the results were second sch¢ ule of low fares in tl wt Fane as too a % ;| in an attempt to force the ball TOBACCOS Ny

te . as heen one thren t wer a distance a . . ae s S er § - wipe too many to . the ball} ha ct . : Saas be f S ri : \
at Gia net the et ae * TI ahs eer edge oo nerdt - “Clipper,” first; “Lady . Velma, Canadian ¢ er, Canadian Chal-}high to long off where Rae} nway on the on-site, Daves ys : FOUR SQUAKE, CAPSTAN, LOG CABIN, CLASSIC, }
the aarece ain: corti a aaa aha: (4 te ne Ae oe y + arding
: : a a none nn 1 wey care who ¢ id it in one haur, eight min- fourth, “Uline,” fifth, and “March are pplical 1 to sailing fror lac iecl ; , 3 } Frank hester finding © dite ully \\
Few have really tried, and those| utes. Second was J. Rowe who re- Giy],” sixth Montr or Halifax, returning tc Doggart hit five boundaries lin making a decision.74/2/43 {
few, notably Doggart, who tried| turned seven minutes after Hard- i “gy c t John, N.B Yardley joined Dollers ho had} SLO r had played a_ fine COLLINS’ DR UG STORES i
$ : = . By ; Ph aaa arse 7 Results of Class C were: “Sham- aint ’ ? ' . ove ¥ e 7 viv }
it in each innings, paid dearly| ing, The famous “Goot” was held porce”, first; “Mar Polo.” se R ott i had three uncomfortabie over pening inni and he had nov ia at haniidariiatlla }
for their temerity. to third place having done the LOPES eee on tie. ete ound voyage from Ramadhin before breaking| been afraid to use his feet to SSS SSS

: distatice in. ane hour, 1@.minutes ond; “Blue Nose,” third, “Baby Depending on the port of em-] his duck ey ae
| é ’ Bienes 16 ‘ naw { ”» Ss Ww “4 tuted -
As the position now tands,| Fourth man back was A. Ince who — fourth; | “Lady Violet,” parkation and return, a round vo The England captain did mn t ywed almost immed POL PPLELLLL LE LCL LLL LALLA LL AAAI

West Indians need: not give up| got back in one hour, 16 minutes, fifth; and “Rita.” sixth age on either — Lad, Radney oY Tlast long, He made a stupid fla jumped out,
hope. It lies entirely with our 30 seconds. Does fish make one stronget Lady vith f “by mo" 1 27 to 45} at one outside the off stump at iously and untorgivably t

" ¢ ay? nt a : e - . 7 \ fares & WwW as & a r 4 ' ‘ > e
batsmen and, to-day’s failure, not-| Hawkers too were competitors than meat does, or do fishermen ¢y4m Betrniide 4 75 Pia Bos. | 24ve Valentine his four h wicket! t next ball, the first of Berry's +
withstanding, they can do it. We) at these sports. They raced over a eat more and butchers most fish? ton: $384.75 from Halifax; and | \ hen Gomez brought off a beautl er, missed completely and was or
must do it, for England is playing | distance of three miles Starting eat most meat and butchers most ¢479 95 from Montreal The Lee- | {Ul cateh at second slit O56 8 | ut ped when the ball ricochetea
this match without Compton or | poi ; the playing field, and fish? Whatever is the answer, the woarqd and Windward Islands the ball into the air and taking} from the pads of a much sur-

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it now, when shall we? Bush Hill, down Bay Street and between the two. for these shij ation also united to dismiss Doller he grim burden. He was quick in Brown or Bl: ag x
f ship: . = rin 1 J . own or
, The Canadian Cruiser, Canadtc when the score had reached 85 off the mark with two clean Sizes 11 oi $3 i. %
Challenger and Canadian Co and it was left to Evans and Bails iaracteristic wee to the fine Sizes 2— - 83 15 3
structor, modern counterparts of | to defend dourly until lunch, \jee poundary off Berry But the ee ee 2
| the company's former vagabond when the score was 5 short of the l pell had not ended TaN“ 4 “ %s
| cruise hij ti ike about five weeks} hundred after two hours of|,,q4 Walcott after an impressive DRESS SHOES x
ito complete their voyages on the | struggle against good spin bowl-| quarter of hour attempted aly %
| Canadian-West Indies trade run|ing on a helpful wicket ensive half cock shot to one of % in Patent, Brown or White »
b eed ‘inte + + . ‘ *
| with occasioni l calls at Martinique \ breaks which turned more x Sizes 11-1, $3.40 per pair oS
j and Guadeloupe in the French After Lunch ; th tsman inticipated % oe ys
West Indies. The new low fare 2 bales gers wans|@ Alse : 8 , Ti %
f é . : : gave Bvt Also Receiv et ; AAs e .
| for vovages in these vessels are The hundred came at the nd the ¢ e, and at eve % * aved SHOE POLIBH 10¢. per Tim 2
’ ‘ . crhns at be da the tumps a simple catcn, 1% 1. - wt > ‘ %
If 50 i it Montreal and $423 6 Oa nie Pag ho when both | behi At , } ¥ x SUEDE CLEANER in Black or Brown !6c 2
rom ahfax. alle anc aico were beuter ; io *. <
: en smain- 1% P ‘ —
| {by one of Ramadhin’s spinner Christiani and Weekes remaln= | BATA LIQUID WHITE 20c., FLOOR POLISH 36c, — &
| . j}and four byes were donated t i together for sometime % %
| Dr. Sixpavreens \the England total Slow Climb x *
| \ ‘The uew ball was taken at 138] It had been low climb] ¥%
| LONDON after Bailey and Evans, batting| taking two hour twenty minutes ‘ ~
Meet the British Me 11 Asso-|resourcefully, had added 50 in} but n cket and against ~ *
| ciatior version of Dr. Super m.. as many minutes. The slow bowl wii hict vas never loose; >
According 32 medical men’ er figures then read Vailentine| it od could be ex- | 5 ¥
land women reporting trie|28—8—54—6, Ramadhin 25—4—| pect % THE BRITISH BATA SHOE CO., LTD. %
|}B.M.A. only suct man ¢ | 56—0. The Kent stopper greetec Christ had in early life Ys ” y
| possess all the qualities desirable, Johnson's first delivery with a] v he rove Berry hard ee PEPPER PEE PLP LLL’
in a family full blooded clout to the long off| uppish « istant between Dog- a)
The qualit re boundary, but was not so happy | gart i Yardley standing clos ericaiet
Tact, wisdo tience, discre-| for the remaining five deliveric | the offside. Yardley ite
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U gentler Gomez took over from Valentine | ¢ ot } hand to it but fail-|
| TTURess,, SOU pare ce but the fast men were ineffee vd t ' Rats Woul aa THE STANDARD VANG VARD
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pena ee ee u with scant respect, Goddard thet Lur was taker vith the
Le eed Bate er, €@N 4) tried himself in place of Johnson | Christiani 1 Weeke
Poteee eee eee erick classes,|and in his second over Evans} 1 Berry took three for twenty
quailty: Bt. 8 ee luke Of |peached a most valuable 50,|t twelve over 1 most
| garbage: man ; made in good style at a time of | ' ent inte Test
i I idition to tk 0" ule | crisis. | ¢ ' }
| pe ct 1 ound medica k i a 1
Bi | ledze i t io patient, | The situation had never over | Poe s ating es diciciad
| | practical work, an » apply sciers- awed him and he batted freely ber iead 1a¢ omen sata °
meth e1 on, d - quite untroubled by the calami Lert Arcee rg roll d Or al
1, n tion, selection, diagnosis and| ties which had gone before. | * ‘ ff of ‘ Ho a cae Heiss
| decision | Goddard soon brought back} om © Weenies battled abevges
‘ay General pratice dem: : Valentine, but the bowling) % & Se ee mounted
a. racti ; , ing ' | changes did not trouble the bats ow! Berry had bowled six
| | ee ro | men and the partnership had vers for four ee when Chris
j ; ( : } | oe yielded 100 runs after just over] tian! jun into him twice to
Specially designed for Barbados, this ch of his home Li |" Scr aad a boa ma gee Me an: “Ay
peek ne eee xe Rescued England long ¢ boundary in his seventt . 7 UPDY steal
|S a teen and pevmaue to FOP | , gon boundary in his sever'? 4 THe RAMILY CAR—POPULAR EVERYWHERE
> | These two had rescued E es, I f svon J )
brown brogue is now on sale in caagha or | These two had rescued Eng Ov Wee tod the following
\â„¢| And the sti: the t near sectability and the lou from Hollies. But this was J . very ail of the
the leading stores See th m f lf if The w he marrit aaa tron i cs 4 7h decits brivht flarne before the can- Up-to-date in every detail of their design, luxuriously
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| ons sacrifice.”—LN.S. land showed how much the hop¢ r Christiant was rapped on é e to nd
{ | | of the country were no “ntred |! p by ferry and returned eas Britain’s « ‘ d
‘maae Dy 12 SACKED FROM [on ‘their progré Ji the pavilion Ibw for 17 with pore tian sg gr
. { ‘ ‘ “ 146. 5 aivsman ip na Ue Ly
as The 200 mark w passed t € t ,
DOCK YARDS 1E pulled Goddard hard to| Weekes 50 ,
| | A cablegrar received ee {the on boundary making it 107 | He had beer batting confi-| See th: P? 19350 Models om Show at {
/ Ha ir nd Shipping Depart-| funs cored since lunch in 100] dentl ithough he failed to fill )
| oe ent est ted t 2! minutes, the 200 taking 220 t e of a pure defender and Ny
} badian v krne e tk n | utes The West Indie capt et W ‘ io the seoring. Go- 1 {
to the nd f Bermu 5 Y gave Ramadhir ial f | ez came in and sent up 150 with | CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) LTD. }
’clock this evening by the “Gold| the end at which Vale e hac r “gift” fe from a short pitched | i ae — - STREET $
r ce | proved iy! uecess/ul Ja | from Hollies, whose last two PHONE 4264 oot TRAFALGAR STREET i}
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another factor could be that the) What you fancy does you good” Webb, after . Tins LETEONA PEACHES 5%. We, *
high prices charged in Bermuda} three months in office, is more popular than y
be placed end to end, it might be
I refuse to be deterred from do not welcome what they regard far more dependable and in the| lik hi od-] : .
: oe : @ rives lik ; -looking, honest
dabbling in statistics as one of as an invasion of their personal . “obi . » econ.{ Housewives like t 18_g0 5s
eek ead eed te ie i C ; cone tone Shere bebe te Sean and somewhat blunt 45-year-old Yorkshire-
figures published in the Advocate the island is already over- |
cf June 2nd by the Chamber of crowded, but a little thought given The climate of Barbados is a
In 1948 imports were more than [t would be reasonable to esti- NOthing to keep up, like the} Mrs Britain’s shopping basket has not
double exports and in 1949 about

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
LONDON.
FOOD M:NISTER Maurice “a little bit of
It has been said that if all the os ‘. ‘
statisticians in the world could By RE. Smythies ; r Packs. TABLE JELLIES 18 ibe
it and Nassau pricing themselves} any controller of the nation’s larder can reas- acks, Ty: st JELLIES .. 18¢. ie.
a good thing. Be that as it may, “Bajans’’ make it clear that they out of the market. Settlers are onably expect to be.
my minor hobbies, and so I found paradise, c
much interest in the facts and mar, who when he took office in March prom-
ised to take them into his confidence and
i i i 4 i > We i le F a ES ~ - '
Commerce. | One striking feature to the statistics of the case does priceless usset that cannot be ex-| Gespilc difficulties give them “a little bit of me i
is the very large excess of imports indicate that the idea of settlers ported, but it cannot be exhausted| what they fancy. i R O R S
over exports year after year. should not be too lightly dismissed. °r depleted either, and costs} « " \
‘ bathing beaches. The * * am } }
couples + y nis-| §{
50% greater ; from Canada would bring about Such as water supply, electricity, | become - “the Minis meee ver See v sin. Bevs }
The question naturally arises as g million Canadian dollars to the Medical and dental facilities are| tration in the inistry o oO ere i

mate that 200 elderly amenities |

TRIPLE—2 Patterns—',in. & “4in. Bevetled

































reports that have come through on the , ~ ; 22 in. x 16in x
1 : 4 5 et ra dis : to where the difference comes jsland yearly, apart from any ‘e!*tively good, if not quite up to] have been a record number of concessions! »
abours of the Sugar Delegation. The last from, and one answer is probably capital ‘sums needed to buy or eee = ae Sy, peere penp S| aad .he irksome “points” portion of the | 24in. x 18in. \
: P sas . . , . : a a fould come ve here if some of . ; e ; , i
release is to the effect that the British Gov- the income from investments out- build homes, which some of them aa drawl rites i : = : oo ot) vatic ning system has been abolished afte: ‘yin, & i ! Hi
side of the island, while another would naturally do. It would not ay ee ye ee Emenee okey Bue 2 a he siete ss 50 in. x 16in '
ernment has refused the demand for a ; nichts the toitta® aacarethar ‘ as duplication of income tax, Cus-| €-ghy and one-half years. nh
, : Is no doubt the tourist industry, be wise to use good sugar land ton; duty on household effects, | ee ° ' i
guaranice for an increased amount. The about which latter item there has for residence purposes, but non- gn the f. eling thot thay de tok! , 60 n. x 18 in, iM
British Government are sticking to their |" ¢Y Deen Ss» much publicity arable land can make perfectly wjcome. We are taxed here as} © --pril 23 Webb took canned meat, can- | BR He MG Re te Oe, v
ae are sucking +0 ter fren one source and another ldi ; d could tk centhnbed walsh, . Moucicke tc rh eel Se a : ds ff “noints’ | 24in- x 1in. { pase ih
Sarr £ : r good building sites, and cou hu" residents end by Canada as non-{ nod nwik, canned beans and suet off “point: CHROMIUM PLATED MIRRO2 MOVEMENT '
ofter of 640,000 tons. Mr. Morrison’s remark {t has seemed remarkable to be made to produce far more in- re: and the total is some-} ivi cut the number of points p pines ty ee RERLEX HINGES _ ('
in the House of CoOmmens some months ago _ that no 1 rg = been me * come and steady, year-round w! onerous. Probably ani, atio. book from 24 to 16. (Under th> o bee een Ht
see a P . of the income at comes herc employment, per acre, than the ag-cemoent could be arrived at to] : cen re cds Sad » SR Pp KS be an 38 1 4 ins »
r We al é ars . oneal ’ » . ; ; Z . vste arce > wer ren point MIRROR PLATES — *, in., 1 in. 1 ins., 144 ins »
that the British offer was final apprat 5 to fro people who may be classed pest sugar land in the island, al'oviate this duplication if the| § 2 ystem scarce foods were given poin MIRSOR SLATES > 34 Be. 1 te. 134, ies. ee }
have been the fixed ‘policy of the United as settlers, meaning folk from allowing an everage of, say, one 2 Government took the| Valucs). .The butter ration was increase VITROLITE TABLE TOPS — 24 Ins. diam. Y
Kingdom government England, Canada, the U.S. and gore per household, and steady ini‘iative in asking for it. I have| irom four to five ounces a week, bacon cui| } i
F : eee Bree noe employment for at least 3 per- hei from @ number of — :..1n {ve to four ounces and one pound sugar |} ‘a »
here ane whose incomes are ns. Would a 200-acre sugar in inaca, ing akout living} ad ie . x
7 oe ear io see : derived from sources outside re " ; ; anak ore s cor it s here but 1 all baulk | 4924S sranted fer 20m making. )
All West Indians know the issues involv- eee ; han st be Plantation bring an income of one the double taxation which js| On May 2 Webb lifted the 70 cent ceiling |; i}
1 and have shown that suderde tte Barbados, I think there must be million Canadian dollars to the &t the gow ed an nave shown at sugar is a matter enough of us here now to make island, or give year-round em- not to be wondered at ‘on restaurant meais whic meant more If i
that cuts across political differences and is aig a a Sere ae ployment to 600 people? Ido not some young Barbadians go to} Variety. x Successors to i
: : 1e economy, and incidentally one think so. Taivesalts e. : + werabn )
vi ) e welfar 25 ie aati , . § JIniversity in Canada and receive 3 ‘ i {
ital to the future we e of all West In that is more dependable ae ine Some Barbadians who are higher education largely at the On May 19 Webb ended points rationing S PITCHER & CO. LTD. \
dians. Not many West Indians will be able _ | tourist ee dee on eo 4. heavily interested in the sugar expense of the Canadian taxpay-] anq announced that from early June the ? : .
to share the continued optimism of Mr to vagaries of the weather, as is business, seem to think that any ers, as the fees they pay cover only eget ld f $y: conte Dial 4472 & 4687 “ BECKWITH STORES
ms , 2 ; the sugar crop, or these long- other business, even tourists, wili a fraction of the cost of the tuition] Meat ration would go up from 21 ¢ a \
Gomes. Too often has the British Govern- | drawn-out wrangles with London jecessarily interfere with sugar, received. Some of them stay in] week to 23 cents by the addition of two cents

about the price or quantity, which }44 7 really believe there is nc Canada and take up careers full
seem undignified at best. foundation for their fears. If of promise in a land of great re-
The point is that this income sugar is the only important in- Sources and small population, and
from settlers could be enlarged dustry, it must in the final analy- therefore good prospects for am-
considerably if desired, and with- sis provide support for the popu- Litious youngsters. om the ee
out any expenditure of public or lation, whereas diversification of ange - a eaerl BN ae aie
private funds for advertising or the economy will relieve sugar C@reers storia Recuia. Se tone
building hotels or other purposes. of some of the load. The tourist bbocbag eter, ae Favour of Partnticn
I can speak best about Canadians industry is all very well and can fr ’ J i aieniat
; ‘ : es : om the economic viewpoint. One
in this connection, and I know be an asset, but it is subject cannot help feeling that Barba-
that many of us when we reach to the whims of a fickle public and dians who are opposed to both
retiring age stand to benefit can change like fashions in ladies touriate ond settlers have not
greatly in health by residence in hats. I hear that Bermuda and weighed the pros and cons care-
a warm climate. In the past many the Bahamas have had a rela- fully, or considered the very great
Canadians have gone to live in tively poor season and are WOn- need for some diversification of the
Florida or California, but that is dering why. One reason could economy of the island. The oppor-
not possible now owing to cur- be that Americans have discover- tunity to encourage settlers to
rency restrictions, whereas our ed their own State of Arizona as come here certainly exists, if Bar-
dollars seem to be welcome in the a winter resort and the business bados wants to take advantage of
sterling area, even if some there has been booming, while it.

ment said that the delegation was wasting
their time by coming for further talks. Now

the Colonial Office statement has said that
they will return empty handed.

worth of corned beef.

From June 1 whipping cream will be on
sale for the first time since before war. But
the tea ration will be cut on July 16 from
214 ounces a week to 2 ounces.

It was right that all avenués should have
been explored and the thanks of the people
of the West Indies will go to the members
of the delegation for their efforts. The time
is however long past when an alternative
should be sought. Britain has shown that
it cannot be relied upon to help the colonies
when doing so would affect the pockets of
the British people. Those who have claim-

Goods freed from points include cookies,
syrup, rice, imported dried fruits and im-
ported tinned fruit and fish. Private traders
can now import canned meats which should
mean new varieties, including tinned ham.

Housewives are by no means satisfied with
the quantity, quality and variety of food
today but they believe Webb is trying hard,
They appreciate that he is not making big
promises only to break them.

GORGONZOLA CHEESE ante per 5 $1.20
DANISH CHEESE .....
MANX OYSTER STOUT
CHIVERS RASPBERRIES ......
LADY DANE STRAWBERRIES

WHILE THEY
LAST! |

ed that the British were using the colonies
to maintain the English standard of life
have ample ammunition in the outcome of
the sugar negotiations.

The standard of West Indian life will not
be raised through British understanding or
British aid. West Indians must look to
themselves and their own endeavours for
any amelioration of their present plight. It



“This is a solemn occasion,
This day will go down in his-

ta git : : : tory!” Thus cried Mr. Garner in when he stated that the reduc- did not hesitate to show his in-| Maurice went on to become political cor-

is still possible that other countries will the House of Assembly last Tues- tion in the number of members dignation that such implications,| respondent for the Daily Herald and before

contract to buy West Indian sugar. All day during the course of a lively necessary to make a law might by tee “who pres iinnhs his election to Parliament in 1945 he was a
speech on the Bill to grant adult well induce more members to supports the Government” should ‘ : 7 sid

future efforts should be devoted to that suffrage in Barbados, While, at attend meetings, and to attend be aired on the floor of the House. columnist for the Daily Express. He had

end. Negotiations should be undertaken
immediately with Canada in an effort to
secure a contract with that great Dominion.
There will, however, be great difficulties in
the way of such an agreement. Due to the
control policy imposed on these islands by
Britain, trade with Canada has practically
stopped. If Canada undertakes to buy West
Indian sugar it would be reasonable to ex-
pect that Canada would require that the
West Indies should in return buy more
goods from that country.

times, Mr. Garner's speech sug-
gested more of the pulpit than
the floor of the House, and des-
pite a strong tendency to stress
and deplore the lack of educa-
tional facilities currently pre-
vailing rather than the actual
issue at stake, there was no doubt
that while his oratory and violent
gestures provoked some laughter,
the speech had most members
and spectators, enthralled. He
implored Government to give im-
mediate attention to the urgency
of making the benefits of educa-
tion available to all, stating that
“when you educate people, you
set them free”, Unfortunately,
history, and recent history at that,
has shown that this is not always
the case, but Mr. Garner’s mean-
ing was clear enough.

Would control policy allow such a quid
pro quo? If the policy which has been
adopted in the past is any criterion it may
well be that the West Indies will again find | ¢4. the reduction of a quorurn
their efforts baulked by the interests of the | from 12 to 9, and the abolition
British industrialist who now has a safe |! property qualification for

: ; r membership of the General As-
and certain market for his goods, irrespect- | sembly, produced considerable
ive of the quality.

The Bill, which also provided

discussion before it was passed.
The reduction of the quorum from
12 to 9 did not find favour with
the Opposition side, only Mr.
Garner, after a little side chat
with the Leader of the House,
voting in favour of the reduction.
The Government’s attitude on this,
ably expressed by Mr. Adams,
was that a fifty percent atten-
dance for a recognized quorum
was unique in world legislation
Mr. Adams pointed out that the
membership of the British House
of Commons totalled 600,
but a mere 49 constituted a
quorum, With the House of As-
sembly meeting but once a week,
the Senior Member for St.
Joseph thought it deplorable that
valuable time should be wasted
by the shackles of a fifty percent
|; quorum requirement. However,
it was, I think, Mr. Lewis who
really “hit the nail on the head”

It would be as well for the sugar dele-
gates to obtain while in London a ruling on
this matter. They might as well hear the
worst. Can these islands make agreements
with dollar countries which will probably
require the West Indies to buy more from
them, or are these islands to carry on as
best they can with the little that has been
given by the Imperial Government?

The future of these islands may well rest
on the answers given to these questions.
Likewise the continuation of the much-
vaunted West Indian loyalty may depend

on those answers.



DOOR

Hy Lee Wade

them earlier! This produced con-
siderable applause from the Gov-
ernment side, and some wry
smiles from the opposite seats.
A short speech from Mr. Mapp
included a warning, to beware on
the evils of corruption seeping
into the methods of obtaining
votes. Wholesale bribery, Mr.
Mapp pointed out, has occured in
other parts, and “I am afraid,
and I issue warning, that some-
thing of that sort is likely to
happen here”. Strict scrutiny of
pre-election campaigns, perhaps
better named as party advertis-
ing, would seem to be the means
of dealing with these dangerous
possibilities.

The general opinion of the
House was that the introduction
of adult suffrage had berg long
overdue, and, in view of tJis, it
was rather surprising that the
Bill took up as much time as it did

Goat Pasture—36c. a Month

The Executive Committee now
have the power to lease Govern-
ment lands without the necessity
of passing a special Act, the main
objective, as explained by Mr.
Adams, being that the work on
playing fields could proceed with-
out unnecessary hinderance,

Mr. Allder, who appeared to
somewhat embarrass the Execu-
tive with one or two ticklish ques-
tions, stated that he had heard
that the Barbados Turf Club paid
but 48 cents a year for the use of
the Garrison Savannah, whereas
a peasant had to pay that figure
a month for a cow, and 36 cents
a month for a goat, sheep or calf,

Mr. Lewis fell into the bad
books of Mr. Adams when he
urged care in the leasing of lands
and recommended some time limit
on leases. Mr. Adams, presum-
ably, took this as a suggestion
that refarious deeds were plan-



PUSHING AN OPEN

ned,

Harrison

his

might be connived, by
members of the Executive, and

Agriculture

A Bill to amend the Depart-
ment of Science and Agriculture
Act, 1925, was also passed, with
the result that the responsibility
of teaching science now passes to
College instead of the
Department of Science and Agri-
culture, Mr, E. K, Walcott asked
namesake in the Executive
whether or not courses in Agri-
cultural Science were still held at

started




Harrison, and, if not, whether it

wouldn’t be a wise move to re-
introduce such, Mr. F.
was unable to reply to this query,
have since been able to
ascertain that such courses have
now been discontinued for at least
There are five science
masters at Harrison, one of whom
is
Department, and all of whom are
paid by the Department. But no
courses in agricultural science. It
would seem reasonable to suppose
that such courses may be resumed
in the near future, for, as Mr.
Keith Walcott stated, a country
which depends so much on the
produce of the land for survival
has urgent need of such instruc-
When these courses were
run in the past, diplomas were
awarded for successful candidates,
and the re-introduction of this
system should prove a stimulant
agriculturally minded

but

a

tion.

to
student.

Trees Advance

The bounty for the planting of

Walcott

Happy-go-lucky Webb has the human
touch. Housewives smiled when he promised
never to mention the word “calories.”

Webb has come a long way since his mar-
riage to gentle, motherly Mable Hughes
eighteen years ago. Incidentally they haven’t
yet had a honeymoon. Maurice had just
in the propaganda office of the
Socialist Party after making his mark as a
youthful speaker and agent in the Midlands.

done considerable broadcasting for the Brit-
ish Broadcasting Corporation.

He did not become a minister without ad-
ministrative experience for from 1946 to 1949
he was chairman of the
Labour Party.

A courageous man, this political journalist
and broadcaster turned minister, has com-
pletely overcome the tragic disability he
suffered four year ago when his right leg
had to be amputated.

For 15 months he lived under sentence of
death, not knowing whether the poison from
his leg had spread. Today, because an artifi-
cial limb cannot be fitted properly he still
walks with the aid of crutches or a stick.

Webb, his wife, and 15-year-old son Harry

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employed by the| live in a modest home in Pinner, Middlesex,

just outside London. The family’s six chick-
ens are “doing fine and producing 12 eggs a
week.”’ Mable’s favourite dish is an omelette
but Maurice, who has just increased the meat
ration, prefers cold roast beef.

Maurice has a bedroom set aside at Pinner
as a work room, where he keeps his books
and papers and does his writing. He has just
taken up painting but “I don’t get much time.
I find it very relaxing though.” He is a
wizard at darts and speech-making.

Britain’s Minister of Food is an avid reader
and the walls of his room are lined with

opproved trees has now been in-| ation,
creased from six cents to a whole

fifteen cents, The increase resulted
from a suggestion by the Legisla-
tive Council,
reasoned that six cents was hardly

sufficient a stimulant to likely
planters.





OUR READERS SAY:



To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—I see so much being done
for boys and men, but very little
for women and girls. I cannot
see why some woman with a
pioneer spirit cannot start a drive
for a young Woman’s Christian
Association. I keep seeing this
before my eyes, lighted brightly
and the letters flashing their mes-
sage to you young girls; many
poor girls in this town would be
so glad to meet and exchange
views, and get clean entertain-
ment, and many fine looking
young women left as a gem of
purest ray, serene, to be kept in
the background, and without hope
of ever advancing. Some resort to
degraded morals, having no means
or money and no proper company.
More should be done for young
women, and many who have
mothers whom they esteem, could
come forward, and help to elevate
women and have the future
mothers of Barbados protected.

I am throwing out an appeal to
someone somewhere who will an-
swer the call to help women, and
establish such by a Young Wo-
men’s Christian Association in the
island of Barbados

CONCERNED MOTHER

Start A Drive For

Congratulations

To the Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—Kindly allow me through
your co'umns to extend my con-
gratulations to Capt. C. E. Raison
who has just been included in the
Birthday Honours, as a Member
of the British Empire.

I am sure there are many who
will agree with me that the Cap-
tain has merited such an honour,
not only through the develop-
ment he has brought to the band,
but the voluntary assistance
rendered to the community on
divers occasions,

Those whe were privileged to
listen to the band on the parade
morning at the Garrison, must
surely come to the conclusion that
the band is both well organized
and up to the standard of effici-
ency ”

Again, I heartily congratulate
the Captain on his well merited
honour and hope we may be
favoured with his service in this
island for many years to come

L, B. CLARKE
1950,

June 9,



Peace

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—I would like to answer
“Over-sensitive school boy’s” let-
ter, which I think very well
written, as the modern world
today is workings to cut noise as
much as possible, and having
noise-proof offices built, Still 1
would not call a place rowdy,
because it was noisy. Very often
many of us have to live wherever
our means afford and great
geniuses have been produced even
from the slums. Both writers, one
for noise and one against seem to
be impressing readers on the
many comforts they have, but
there is nothing to be compared
with a quiet peaceful atmosphere,
however humble, to live in.

Those who love noise, and make
others @isagmeeab’Ye, should be
punished. The mechanism of the
human frame, like that of a
watch, is definitely impaired by
noise, Noise belongs to the c@vil,
and some people like to belong to
him, perhaps without intention

Let us seek peace however, and
try to make the world a better



which apparently

books. His taste runs mainly to non-fiction-
historical essays and biography, and he makes
a special study of books on Antarctic explor-

Maurice has definite ideas about his job.

“T want to be very frank with the house-
wives. They have really had a hard time-—
all of them, of all classes. It is my hope to

lift a little of the load.”—(I.N.S.)



place for all to live in, for Jesus
was the Prince of Peace.

ANTI-NOISE.

Agreed
To the Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—In your article “Road
Safety", I see a very good sum-
ming up of Col. Michelin's address
to the conductors and drivers, and
I agree with every thing said in
that article, >

I also make a plea for our con=
ductors and drivers for higher
wages and supply uniforms, and
vaincoats; perhaps I am wrong,
but these men look neglected to
me and as their work is so nerve
racking, it is no wonder they are
sometimes impolite The Bus
Company needs more and better
“upervision, that is, a man on the
Bus to see that good conduct pre-
vails. Why should a poor driver
and conductar do so much, when
his hands are full, and I hope his
stomach also.

Women

better lightei Bridgetown, to
avoid accidents and crime.

INTERESTED BARBADIAN.

Shows

To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—May I _ be _ permitted
through this medium to lodge a
very strong protest against the
type of stage shows which for-
eigners are allowed to come here
and present to the people of Bar-
bados at certain cinemas in this
island to-day

It is my conviction that the time
is come for the Commissioner of
Police to take active steps to con-
wel this type of entertainment
which tends to lower the morals
of an already very low commun-
ity. The fact that these shows
are put over to packed houses does
not justify their continuance.

A strict check by a group of
censors appointed by Government
is the only remedy The public
will then be assured of decent
entertainment value for their
money

CINEMA FAN

Two Streams

The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Please allow me to ex-
press my feelings caused by the
incompletion of the Newton Road
at St. Elizabeth’s Village, St.
Joseph.

There are two streams of water
running across this road which
make it almost impassable when-
ever there is a heavy downpour
of rain, This is due tu lack of
proper tunnels or wells to receive
this water.

It is now three years since this
road was constructed and resi-
dents are complaining about it
up to this present day, and noth-
ing has been done to improve the
condition.

I am asking the Commissioner:
of Highways to see that something
is done in order to relieve thx
residents and the general public
from such discomfort.

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SATURDAY, JUNE 10,

1950



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Five More Spectators Take a Hand

Speedster
Stopped

on (Bank-

Thursday

Hoilf@ay ) used the speeding
offcnee* ve increased by five
Five rn t were charged vita
excee ; speed limit, and
one 1 faciin Oo s a
Major K pe ree

One ist also was charged
for ri ing a bicycle without a
lighs
V," TREVOR GALE, Adver-

4 tising Manager of the
Advocate Co. Ltd., will lead a
discussion on “Advertising” at the
Y.M.C.A. to-night.

HE MOBILE CINEMA will

give its final performance for
the week at Boscobel School pas-



ture, St. Peter, tonight for the
benefit of residents of the Boscobel
area.

During the week only three
performances were given The
current programme is Cossack

current programme Cossack
Horsemen,” “Trooping the Colour,
“This is Britain—38,” “Hill Sheep

is



Farm,” Motherhood,” ‘East
African College.” and “British
News.”

HE LUSS UF A QUANTITY
of cutlery valued

$27.88 is
reported by Catherine Cummins
of Black Rock. She stated that

the cutlery was removed from the

Red Lion Shop, Baxters Road,
sometime during the month of
Mey. It belongs to James A
Tudor.

DASH

oars BISHOP OF
GAP, St. Michael, reported
that his joiner’s shop was broken
and ent¢.od between Monday and
Tuesday and a quantity of tools
valued $32 were removed.

Ae ee



3 RHODE ISLAND

hatched at Sta-







tion Hi: le lay. Otherwise
norma!, the chicken only has two
indenta ions «here eyes > usually
fou I ame of one of six
eg wh ilan Callender had
put to hatch, All six chickens
are hearty, the eyeless one,
though hand-fed, eating with
equal gusto.

This is the first brood that
Callender’s Rhode Island has
hatched. He intends to give the
eyeless one special attention.

OSTERS BY SCHOOL CHILD-

REN will be on view at the

Museum from Tuesday, June 13
for two weeks.

The posters were submitted for
the Barbados League of Empire
Competition and were cesigned to
attract tourists,

OTOR CAR M_ 1552, owned
by Albert Wiggins of Airy
Hall Land, Station Hill, and driv-
en by Rudolph Yarde of Jackmans,
overturned in a gutter after being
involved in a collision on Water-

ford Road at about 8.45 a.m. on
Thursday.
Also involved was the motor

car S 224, owned by Lilian Cum-
berbatch of Fitts Village, St.
James and driven by McDonald
Dottin of Government Hill

The right front fender of S 224
and tke right front and rear fen-
ders of M 1552 were damaged.

WO BICYCLES WERE IN-

VOLVED in an_= accident
along Goodland Road at about
8.30 p.m. on Thursday and both
were damaged.

One was owned by Joseph Bar-
row of Clevedale Road, Black
Rock and ridden by Angiers
Wharton of Deacons Road and the
other owned and ridden by Henry
Holdibb of Pinders Gap, Westbury
Road.

HE BUMPER OF MOTOR
CAR X 430, owned by John
Cheltenham of St. David’s Road,
Christ Church and driven by Wil-
fred Cordeau was damaged in an
accident at the junction of Broad
and High Streets on Wednesday.
Also involved was motor car
S 2, owned and driven by Mr
P. H. Tarilton of Paynes Bay, St
James. The left front fender of
this car was damaged.
BICYCLE AND A CAR were
involved in an accident at
the junction of Welches and Fair-
field Roads at about 2.15 p.m. on
Thursday. ;
The car was owned and driven
by Jeffrey Russell of Navy Gar-
dens, Christ Church while the
bicycle was owned by Albert
Nightengale of Watts Village and
ridden by Victor Hill of My Lord’s
Hill. The front wheel of the
cycle was damaged.

ISS E. P. SMITH, senior assis-
tant of St. Giles’ Girls’
School, has been appointed Head
Teacher of St. George’s Girls
School. She succeeds Miss Aimey,
who has retired. Miss Smith will
take up duties from June 16,



PROMPT ATTENTION

In the “Advocate” of the 7th
June, a statement was made
that a customer at DaCosta &
Co., Ltd., had to wait an undue

time before receiving change at
a certain counter. ‘
DaCosta

The Management of
& Co., Ltd., have investigated
this alleged “undue yaiting,”
and have informed _ the
“Advocate” that the account in
the “Advocate” of 7th June is
exaggerated.

The “Advocate” is sorry, for
the inconvenience caused _ to
Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Ltd..

owing to the publication of this
statement, and are happy te

publish the company’s assurance |

that all customers receive prompt

In Judging

Ring Rally

He NumBeR or sreepy Shown Good Points of Cattle and Sheep

THE DEPARTMENT of Science and Agriculture held

th
grounds of
afternoon,

the Boys’

second island wide Annual Judging Ring Rally on the
Foundation

School on Thursday

Fifty one young men and women comprising 17 parish
teams ef three members each competed in judging either
two rings of dairy cattle or two rings of mutton sheep and
gave reasons for their placing.

A very large number of people

attended the Rally. Hon'ble G. B
Evelyn presided and at the con-
clusion, distributed the prizes
Silver Cups
In the dairy cattle class, the
winners of the Silver Challenge
Cup were the St. Thomas team

witn 449 points out of a possible
540 Individual prizes went to
Jean Burke of St. Thomas with
167 points, Gladstone Haynes, St
Joseph with 166 and Vernon Gib-
son of St. Thomas with 163

In the mutton sheep class, the
Silver Challenge Cup was award-
ed to St. Peter with 465 points out
of a possible 540. Individual
prizes,were won by Leslie Lewis,
St. James who received 175 out
of 180 points, Percy Yearwood, St

Peter 165 and Neville Lewis, St
Lucy 165
The gift awards in each class

consisted of highly bred live young
stock. The first prize was a Brit-
ish Alpine doe kid, the second
prize—a young sow (large black
Berkshire) and the third prize—
a black belly ewe lamb.

Judges

The judges in the dairy cattle
division were Dr. M. B. Proverbs,
Government Veterinar Officer
and Mr. J. C. Hotchkiss, Assistant
Adviser on Agricultural Education
attached to Colonial Development
and Welfare, while in the mutton
sheep clé the judges were Mr
A. G. Seale, Secretary of the Bar-
bados Stock Breeders’ Association
and Mr. P. B. Walker, Manager of
Castle Grant Plantation

An innovation at this year's

contest was the part played by
spectators who also took a hand
in judging the rings of animals
This kept the large crowd who
attended very much interested
in the proceedings as they
moved from ring to ring in an
effort to judge and place the
animals.

Mr. C. C. Skeete, Director of
Agriculture, who opened the Ral-
ly, said that it was the second one
anised by the Department. The
first was held in the parish of St
George in 1949 when ten teams
took part whereas in this Rally,
there were 17 teams

Busy Learning

During the last few months,
these teams had been busy learn-
ing, with the assistance and guid-
ance of the Agricultural Instruc-
tors, the various points and char-
acteristics of dairy cows and of
sheep, particularly in relation to
the corresponding points of what
might be regarded the ideal
types of these animals respectively.

They had been learning to assess
the relative importance of the
various points in distinguishing a
well-developed cow from a poorly
developed cow and so on. That
day, the teams were going to enter
into friendly competition with
each other in judging a number of
dairy cows and sheep which had
been brought there for the pur-


















as



pose. In a few minutes he would
ask Mr. Beckles, Senior Peasant

Agricultural Inspector who had
been responsible for the organisa-
tion of the Rally, to describe the
details of procedure and the sys-
tem of awarding marks.

Not End In Itself

Mr. Skeete said that the Judging
Ring was not an end in itself. Its
usefulness to the competitors did
not end or certainly should not
end with that function that day
and with the prizes that would be

awarded to the winning teams.
The Judging Ring was a
means of developing a_ keen
power of observation through
the practice of looking for and
detecting small differences in
animals; it was a means of
developing an ability to make
a logical analysis of a collection
of related facts. Moreover, a
natural result of learning to
appreciate the good and bad
points of an animal would be
to enquire into the reasons why
those points were good or bad.
Such an enquiry opened the way
in due course to knowledge of
how, an animal should be fed and
cared for and also to a knowledge
of what breed was most suited to
the particular conditions under
which the animal had to live. The
Judging Ring brought young peo-
ple together and developed the



team spirit among them as a basis Chase (Spartan),

of co-operative effort, leading to
a desire for voluntary group action
and ultimately to the establish-
lishment of young farmers’ clubs.

Improvement

The objective of all that was
education for the improvement of
agriculture and agricultural effi-
ciency and of rural conditions. The
Judging Ring was one way of
making a_ start towards the
achievement of that objective.

Mr. Skeete then introduced
Hon. G. B- Evelyn as Chairman of

the afternoon's function
Mr. C. A. E. Beckles, Senior
Peasant Agricultural Instructor

explained the procedure with re-
spect to the judging of the animals
and the system of awarding marks
He pointed out that there were
eight parish teams of three mem-
bers each taking part in the dairy
cattle class and nine in the mut-
ton sheep division.

He said that each individual
competitor was to judge and place
two rings of either mutton sheep
or dairy cows according to the

class in which he was entered and
afterwards, explain his reason for
his placing of one of those rings.

He pointed out that each ring
would cohsist of four animals de-
signated A, B, X and Y. Each com-
petitor was to be marked out of a

total of 180 points so that the ag-
gregate ot marks obtainable per
eam would therefore be 540.

Ring Procedure

He explained that the procedure
in the ring would be as follows
ials would be led around in a
clock-wise direction for two min-
utes, then anti-clockwise for two
after which they would
stand head to tail for four minutes
and finally abreast of one another
for five minutes. During this final
tive minutes, candidates would be
allowed to touch the animals and
then have two minutes for writing
up their results

ani



ures



Mr. Beckles said that a very
interesting feature of this year’s
Rally was the opportunity given
to spectators to do a bit of
judging on their own. He also
explained how the onlookers
could use the placing sheets
that were issued to them in
order to try and place the four
rings of animals, and at the
close of the rally when the
judges’ decisions were finally
announced, they could see just
how expert they were at judg-
ing dairy cattle and mutton
sheep.

After distribuiing the cups and
prizes, Hon'ble G, B Evelyn said
that it had given him very great
pleasure to be there that after-
noon to witness the manner in
which the competitors acquitted
themselves. He felt sure that the
work which was being done by the
Department of Science and Agri-
culture in training those young
people to assess the value of live
stock should be productive of very
good results in the future

Congrats

He then congratulated the vari-
ous winners and urged all candi-
dates to continue the work that
they had begun.

Mr. J. C. Hotchkiss in moving
a vote of qianks on behalf of the
Department, thanked the Govern-
ing Body of the Boys’ Foundation
School for allowing the use of
their grounds for the holding of
the Rally, Hon'ble Mr. Evelyn for
presiding ind presenting the
prizes and the other judges for
doing a good afternoon’s work.

He said that the Department
was indebted to the various plan-
tation owners and managers as
well peasants throughout the
island who had assiged in provid-
ing animals for use in the Judging
vpn practices and at the Rally
itself

as



Painstaking

The Instructors of the Depart-
ment Mr. Hotchkiss felt, should be
specially congratulated for the
painstaking work which they had
done in training those youths in
live stock judging technique.

He said that if he might be al-
lowed to make a few suggestions,
he would say that in future, elim-
ination contests should be held so
that only the better contestants
would take part in the Annual
Rally, and also that the less ex-
perienced candidates should not
be allowed to vie in the same com-
petition with candidates who had
won first class certificates,

Football
Trial Sunday





The first Trial game in pre-
paration for the forthcoming
visit of the Malvern team ‘of
Trinidad will take place on Sun-
day, June 11, at 5 p.m at
Kensington

The teams will be as_ fol-
lows Mr. Ishmael’s team (Col-
ours) Harris (Spartan), Bowen
(Empire Gibbons (Spartan),
Gittens (Spartan), Cadogan

(Spartan), Ishmael (Spartan),
Johnson (Spar-
Wilkes (Pickwick-Rovers).
Lucas (Carlton), R. St. C
Hutchinson (Carlton).

Mr. Proverbs’
shirts) Reece
iams (Carlton),
wick-Rovers), Hutchinson
ton), Haynes (Spartan), Alleyne
(Empire) Williams (College),
Trotman (Spartan) Taylor (Em-
pire), Blades (Everton), Dray-
ton (Empire)

tan),

team:—
(Everton),
Proverbs

(White
Will-
(Pick-
(Carl-



Fruit Comes

Supplies of fresh fruit, cocoa-
nuts, pumpkins, provision, copra.
charcoal, honey, lime juice and
bay oil arrived in the island
yesterday. They were the cargo
of the motor vessel “Daerwood”
and the schooners “Molly N
Jones”, “Wonderful Counsellor’,
“Marea Henrietta”.

These vessel

their cargoes yesterday



Gave Food To Dogs

were discharging

MISSING
FISHERMAN
RESCUED

FROM DRIFTING

Theophilus Pollard, 45-year-old
fisherman of Barbarees Hill, St
Michael, who was on Wednesday
morning reported missing in nis
little fishing boat the “Rhumba
Return”, was rescued that
day by the fishing boat
and brought back to shore
the evening



same
M---72
during

For about 18) hours he was
struggling to reach the shores of
Barbados with his vessel. At
one time the fishing boat was
sailing nicely for land and then
suddenly trouble developed and
it drifted back the distance it
had covered.



Pollard said that he le!t his
moorings to go i alone on
Tuesday. The weather was fine.
Finding that fish were scarce in
Carlisle Bay, he decid-d to (
towards the fishing banks

He found fish asd de a

catch of about 600 ul 11.39

he hoisted sails ready for return-



ing with his fine cate?

When not far from land, the
mast step broke leavin 2 o0a
without the use of its sails. One
oar .was.on baard but Po'ard
was too tired to use i

Night crept on and only lights
told him where Barb2dss was.
The vessel never got out of
visible distance of the island.
Pollard had nothing to eat and
he decided to “give up.” He took
cigarettes with him and they got

wet.

About 8.30 on Wednesday, the
fishing boat M—72 came to his
rescue. Pollard stayed out fishing
with the crew of that boat until
evening when the “Rhumba
Return” was towed to Carlisle
Bay



CLIMBING TIE ‘GREASY
POLE’ at the Barbados Elect
or Association Sports at
Princess Alice Play Field on
Thursday. There is a bottle
of rum and a ham at the top

Will Not Suspend
Licences

THE Commissioner of Police
will not now suspend the licenses
of ten conductors as he said he
intending doing last week when he
addressed a meeting of drivers
and conductors at the Empire
Theatre

He announced this decision at
a meeting of Concessionaires at
his office yesterday. He said; “Il
have given the matter very serious
the conduc-





consideration and as

tors now probably realise how
serious their position might be,
I am going to give them a last

chance. Next time they will know
what to expect.’

The matter had to do with the
overloading of "buses

BEBBESs
NOW FRESH



Better Bus

» 1 eg s penne
Service May |" arrR

|

Mean Higher Fares

Col. Michelin Addresses

Concessionaires

If WE MUST have an efficient ‘bus service we must |
good drivers and conductors, but to get these, their |

have

conditions of service must be made attractive, the Com-

missioner of Police told the
his Office. They were invit

Concessionaires yesterday in
ed by him to discuss certain

requirements which he considered necessary for the im-
provement of the "bus service.

‘The concessionaires for the

most part expressed themselves
in favour of the suggestions pu
forward, but said they could not
ce their way to improve th
conditions of service of the
arivers and conductors until the
matter of an increase in the ‘bu
fares was gone into
An application to this effe

has already been made to the
Department of Highways an

Transport and is under | consid
eration by the Director and bis
Advisory, Committee

Attending the meeting yester-

were the Director of High-
and Transport and Capt
Farmer,

day
ways
Ww.A

Certificates

Speaking of the grading ot
drivers and conductors, the Com-
missioner told the concession-
aires that incentive must be given
to the men and said that certi-
ficates of competency would be
issued by the Police. He consid-

ered too that they (the conces-
sionaires), might well think of
some annual remuneration tuo

those men who were giving good
service to employer and public.

What he considered = they

should give some thought to
also, was the provision of a
standard pattern uniform for
the men. The matter of over-
loading was another thing.
This was a serious problem, and
he would welcome their views
on it. One solution to the prob
tem suggested, was that with the
ever-increasing number of pas-
sengers on several routes, moro
buses should be allowed on
those routes.

Mr. T. O Dowding of the
General Bus Company said that
he could not see under existing
conditions the various com-
panies being able to give a bonus
to their drivers and conductors at
the end of the year. As far as
his company was concerned, they
did give a small bonus at Christ-
mas time. This was usually given
on the basis of earnings, and the
kind of service a man gave. For
instance, a man involved in no
accident for the year, or not in-
volved through his own fault,
would be entitled to greater con-
sideration than another.

Mr. A, L. Jordan of the Lee-
ward Bus Company, said that his
company did the same thing



Increase of Fares

Mr Dowding said that the
provision of all these essential
things in a public utility service
like the ’bus service could only
come about through an increase
on the fares.

The Director of Highways and
Transport said that he was anx-
ious to welcome any facts that
could be put up in support of the
case for increased fares The
concessionaires themselves knew
that the fares depended on the
people and their ability to pay
They were the more able judges
They knew the districts, and
they were reasonable people. If;
he were to double the fares now
that would be considered ridicu-}

lous They could well under-
that the assessment of



stand
even a reasonable increase was a
thing that took some considera-
tion. The matter had been de-
bated already and by this means!
had a solution been reached.

10 Years Ago

might be argued the

It that
cost of maintenance was greater

than 10 years ago, but a lot

before and the travelling public
had increased probably to three
times as much. Both sides of the
picture had to be shown. They
must put up their case on sound
facts

Mr. Dowding said that as re-
gards this matter of fares, he had
cabled a friend in Trinidad to

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also in that period. For instance,
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GARDEN

omen

~ = ie, “aM

get some information, and he had
replied that the Barbados tariff
was considered uneconomic by
rrinidad operators One could
see that there was some justifi-
cation for such a statement be-
cause the gasoline there was
only 40 cents per gallon while in
Barbados it was 57 cents

Trinidad Fares Up
The fares too in Trinidad
been increased in 1943
On this matter of the quality
of the present tyres, they dia
net stand up as well as those of
10 vears ago.
Mr. Dowding said that he was
pleased to hear the Commission-
referred to getting good driv-

haa

er

ers and conductors by making
the conditions of service
attractive. As they were aware,

the workers in the sugar industry
had been given a 12) per cent
increase in their wages This
now brought the agricultural
labourer in line with the ‘bus
driver and conductor, and was
the sort of thing that should help
the Department of Highways and
Transport “to see that there was
the necessity for an increase in
the “bus fares He thought an
overall picture should be taken
between country and town routes
because he thought the question
would be created of short dis-
tance travellers assisting in pay-





ing for the Yong distance trav
lers
Lorries Are Rivals
Mr. K. Jones of the Yonkers Bus

Company spoke of the competition
of the lorry He said that con-
cessionaires had been in the habit
of chartering ‘buses, but nowadays
lorries were hired by people who
formerly hired the ‘buses, It
meant that in many cases the ‘bus
owner was unable to compete with
any degree of success with the
lorry, and he often had to reduce
his "bus fares on bank-holidays in

order to get some work. Besides
a lorry’ could make as many)
trips as it liked while the ‘bus

could only make one

Other speakers referred to the
danger of overloaded lorries on
bank-holidays.

Mr. H. A. Tudor of the Lincoln
Bus Company said that he consid-
ered the Department of Highways
and Transport had made a mis
take in enforcing ‘buses on bank-
holidays to make one trip to any
destâ„¢ation.

More Trips
In the past when an excursion
trip was to be undertaken by a

‘bus company, a group of ‘buses |

could take a number of the people
early in the morning and return
for the others later. Now they
could not do this and consequently
travel by lorry had increased with
its accompanying dangers. He
thought the Department should
again allow buses
than one trip when doing an ex-
eursion and that this matter
hould be dealt with at the earliest
time possible.

On the question of overloading,
Mr. Jordan said that in the coun-
try districts, where one had to
travel many miles to Bridgetown
by bus sometimes people had to

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A I IED AD 5. | "HARBOUR LOG Ce, NOTICES SSIPPING NOTICES — I) for ace, sax
co es a i GARDEN MOULD |
Telephone 258. ii Attention is drawn to the Ccntrol fide teiain. ¢ Aenea - Sinsendipendli ities | LIME and n}
t irol of Defence mene ; a
RATES | In Carlisle B ment) Or No. 22 wh mM yf sasskoeal BLOCK stone |
n arhisie ay +s ae S wee Wil be | lishec t Officia IONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEA-, >= =. +) ,
e RE Garette of 8th June. 198 LAND LINE LTD, (M ANZ LENEY
or FOR NT = r. 4 = ; ae Sth June, 1990 . The M.V. “Moneka” wil) accept {I i
ANNOUNCEMENTS $1.90 1.20} am ) Maris 2. Under this order the maximw esale an etail selling e¢ “CITY OF DIPPPH" sails Cargo and Passengers for '
+ — ——_ Set I a larrieta + 4 : . rat oubiecat,
ee 3 ane ss criees of “Herrines-Pickled a follan \delide May 19th, Méibegme June inica, Ayitigaura, il
FOR SALE per word } HOUSES a arciets eo te 4 ' | 2nd. Sydney June 14th, Brisbane June! Waitt, sling Wednesday 1th }
ell a a a one SAT DD DRE ) aieP ale Banas | Mth arriving et Tr d about July 2ist ane, 1850 If {
oe ae ee 02 0s | APARTMENT—One furnished Star. S tiateen aye WHOLESALE PRICE | RETAIL PRICE | “S's""pawe WEELINGTON sails Oe. - SSeiebes” will ac ONIONS i
MENT— urnished apar ght ~< Fy Sun- + "a 1 rent . e and Passengers § [o R
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a md lineh if require it - L — ——_ —__—- : a sed ‘ ~ St. Kitts-Nevis, sailing Friday UNOBTAI BL i
a aes ee ee i cular Bil 8134. ALMA LASHLE ica ene ‘ Capt. | Herrings-Pickled $33.90 per; barrel of bout ath Sree =p a 16th June NA f ‘
. fenrietta, 43 tons net,| (Alewives and Shads) 200 Ibs 2c. per Ih Thesm vessels have artinfe space for is cake uh Peomiore } We offer RSCHALOT
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. E { cag Water’ (hastudy Senne a Sea 1.9 to net, Capti —_—— Ir Cr Guiana, Barbados, Winé-v=si any RW SCHOONER OWNERS 25 Ibs @ 36e 1
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is 1¢ 62949) «2.6.50.—T.F.N xande A cla + Dy . r ‘ ‘ Agents, Trinidad. Ideal time for planting
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SMITH—MARGARET BLISE known as| the 13h sae Tuner tease oe DEPARTUR nue published in the Official Gazette of Thursday 8th J 1950 | Agents, Barbados —=—_—_—_—_—___--_— HAROLD PROVERBS &
“Aunt Madge” yesterday at her! Phone 91-33. 7 pay cay ad ey, 4.907 tons net, Capt. | 9 Inder . wile ho yale: tail i > lak ala %o., :
residence “Ebenezer” Bank Hall. The ean tence ee } are ‘i ag Bocm am = vay = a ore RE a Se ee en iia -
funeral leaves her late residence at ‘INVERMARK", Hastings, inspection Scott's Emulsion” are as fotlows :— i ;
4.30 this evening for the Westbury] any day except “Sundays, from 4 a i 1 —— ———$$ $$$ Aithinaiiond
eae Friends are asked ta sec For Particulars Phone 3964 sation . N
en €.50—1 n . os oe mNIT . ~ >
Charlotte MeKenzie, Colin McKenzie, OT RF eS a ITEM UNIT OF SALE MAXIMUM RRE- (t
J. W,. Smith 10.6.50—In, oONE, LARGE HOUSE ah4 Asadiaie, TAIL PRICE . — SUN [AM i
ae I wrence, fully fur: Leud | ecilimicntinily E akisiahcie Me TH ITED DOM: } BE é }
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We, the relatives of Mrs. EV awrence. Dia) 8357 Sate a IN TOUCH WITH THE | Large 69 RY Fe CYCLES
LAYNE late of Villa Road, Briiton’s Hill, .6.50—2n 4 D . 9 ie 4 sarge ‘ 57 i )
St. Michael desire through this medium | Soe | BARBADOS COAST STATION | i ee ; Vessel From Leaves B a head the way }
to express our deep appreciation and) .ORTENT—On Sea. Fully furnished Cable and Wireless (W.t.) Ltd. advise | 7th June, 1950. | me TOn 4 4
gratitude to all those friends who attend uated Bay Street It contain ¥ inaente Gite dae S.S. “STATESMAN” .. Glasgow & with the new }
ed the funeral, sent wreaths or in any( ®allery, drawing and dining rooms, { heir Barbedos | Liverpool 3ist May 13th June )
other way npathised with us in ourt hedtroom .. spare room, kitchen, Water. | ¢ ener et —_—— ISS. “TACTICIAN” London 3ist May 18th June “TWIST GRIP" 3 SPEED })
recent vement ilet, bath an ther © mniencet > . ee TT i =e eh a 7 * —7
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John ( "itz Gerald Payne (brother-| Church. It contains drawing and di: ring lory, S.S. Fo COLONY HOSPITAL GRENADA ' 7ONT won Handles
in-law) and family 10.6.50.—1n.} rooms, three bedrooms, kitchen, wate j Bie Alsaa. Pest} i . a Bic ie gece he HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM;
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SCOTT Magie i eey AREY A. | a abeth a re ae (1) The salary of the Night Superintendent is $720 per annum, with Vessel For Closes in Barbados See them at
FOR SALE 10.6.50—gn | 5-S. Cibbeslyk Ragnhildsholr s a cost of living bonus. Free board and quarters at the Colony |S “ADVISER” vi. Fa Londen l4th June > *
SS = Sa. Lady hens “35 ae a AR Hospital and free uniforms are supplied. “STRATEGIST” ‘ Liverpool 17th June NEWSAM & co.
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< e rg, S.S. Nayade, SS, Taos Vien, oe a a ‘or further particulars apply
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owner driven. No reasonable offer re- 8.8. Huntingdon, SS, Alcoa Cavahen | (3) er duties will be to supervise all general and private wards at ” D— gents.
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anagiotis, $.S
model in good condition. Apply E. F ; 2 " Clore, S.S. Esso Avila tr : , > . a.
Hutchinson, Lower Estate Factory, St at have boa nstructed by the Com-| Norse King, RFA. < : Sane aoe vests of duty will be 7 p.m. bv oat . 2
Michael. 8.6.50—3n. toa a of Police to sell on Monday} Arakaka, SS. P >athfinder. One night off duty and one late night per week, and two hours 0.
une, at Central Station, beginning | Bokefor S. Artvince, SS. Mega ff duri the night are allowe . 1ST FLOOR, BOWEN & SONS
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tion, Inspection invited. Dial 2308.| parasol, One (1) motor car wheel and Seawell writing to the Senior Medical Officer, Grenada, not later than NEW ORLBANS SER. ICE Fridays. >
10.6.50—2n.. Dunlop tyre, and several other | | 30th June, 1950, giving their name, address, age, qualifications, = ec 10 a.m.—12 o'clock

of interest | 2x perie : , able testi s NO. jos
RADIO (Battery Set) & Windcharger DARCY A. SCOTT. ARRIVALS BY BWA experience and two suital le testimonials, : “ALCOA RANGER” i 3 He way hh fume Saturdays,
in working order Government Auctioneer FROM TRINIDAD (6) The successful candidate will be appointed in the first place for | S.S. ALCOA ROAMER | dd dune m4 June At ~ Room the Bible and
K. B. WEBSTER, Harrisons Pltn., 10.6 .50—4n Gentae Miller, Vernon Corbin Joseph- | a period of six months on probation the Christian Science text-book,
8.6.50—3n,. $b Tat OS aa Catoliffe, Loui 1 ay c SIX 1s on probation. . | NEW YORK SERVICE { crieree aod Health wita Key to
F ascall, Rupert 6.8.50.—3n is Arr. the Scriptures by MARY BAKER
REAL ESTATE - a ae | SS “BYFJORD" i9th May" 10 june : a = qa. te )
a wre, Pete c rdener, Le Bae Ma iil a 5 os - ae . : 7. ae 9 y
LIVESTOCK reech, John Grace orge Applewhaite, “THULIN™ Uisiscvczsa. eae Ith June WwW
CASABLANCA tiknwett Const, Kenneth Hamel-Smith, Gral Wallis, OFFICIAL NOTICE , 4 Visitors Are elcome a
COW—One Graded Guern fresh in| Ch. Ch The Spot for a Hotel Stand-| Joyce Wallis, Albert W Marjorie LLL LLL LLL tc SSS,
milk giving 30 pints per day. Apply] ing on 87,500 Sq. Ft. of land enclosed] McLeod, Hamish McLeod, Henry Wilson .
giving K k
Cuthbert Rogers, Near Rices, St. Philip.| by Wall surrounded by bearing Fruit FROM ANTIGUA BARBADOS, ; CANADIAN SERVICE
10.6.50—3n Trees of nearly every description Erie Burton, Arthur Charles, Sidnes IN THE COURT OF, *HANCERY SOUTHBOUND ‘ 1 ask
inane | Inspection by appointment Cunliffe-Owen, Hilda Orge,’ Ernes IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, ‘1906, I do hereby give notice to all Name of Bhip sinaieel ont a Har Th
ILE — (1) Smal le. juiet GEORGE C. ECKSTEIN Henriques, persons having or claiming any estate, right or interest or @ lien or ineumbrance | 8
gan e en Se epee oe ae has 8.6.50—3n Dial 8213 in or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (ti of the Defendant) | $.S. “ALCOA PURITAN” May 20th a | sae tiie ese are...
K.D.G. Frost, “Stanmore Lodge,” Black | =———____ ROM 4T. KITTS Al pl hag af yy Figgas ae for Seaaurct Y the hour of ig | SS. “ALCOA POLARIS” June 9th June 12th June 2nd t 1 l
ec, Skientte,| | meee skeet Se ‘ant ct Deriegs| ‘Cmanaie, Seen hie et Ce as See ae settee Public Buildings, | \¢o°ALGOA PILGRIM” = Shine 25d June auth uly th Latest Arriva
a ——— | Bay. St. James, on the Sea. L. M havin Stine Bridgetown before the 30th day of June, 1950 in order that claims may be | NORTHBOUND
Clarke, INo. 12 James St. Phone 3757 Charles Skinner Arrives INS PEACHES SMALL
ec - ss os > = reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority reof respectively,
POULTRY 10.6.50—1 n : FROM GRENADA otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefit any decree and be Barbados » PEACHES LARGE
(Onis anatase satelite George rr Elsie Swain, Heather deprived of all claims on or against the said propert 8.8. “ALCOA PENNANT" June 12th Foe St, John, Montreal and St, Lawrence GRAPES
2 Q * > « th | Swain, Jocely: Charles Sleiman ' ; ' River Ports. PRUNES
a ICKS bs oh Gne HOUSE 24 ft 11 x 9 feet with ae Geren Plaintimt: REYNOLD ST, CLAIR HUTCHINSON c ; ‘. " . : el . ”
Dee eee BIE OT ertanale attaenid, Gulvaien sone wibrs caf Waseout ero. ataerneiour Defendant: OLIVER ST, CLAIR DOTTIN S.S. “ALCOA PURITAN June 24th For Montreal and St, Lawrence River PINEAPPLE JAMS
ate ‘ 14 x 8 x 8 feet, in good condition. Apply ‘ en ; PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel o d situate at Codrington Hill] ,, i a ‘ a " y sé
1CKS—White , 6c. per 1b.| to Mr. W. H. Mottley, Mc. Clean’s Gap,| S: l Loe Sack, — in the parish of St. Michael and Island of Barbados afnresaid con-| “A STEAMER July 7th = For Montreal and St. Lawrence River BOTTLES STRAWBERRY JAMS
DUCKS—White Muscovy 36c BM Prittons Cross Road 10.6.50—-1 1 FROM DEMERARA | taining by admeasurement one acre fi 1 and a half perches abutting These vessels h rte » MARMALADE
_K B. WEBSTER, Harrisons Pere Ae eke ee ae, ideale — «ila Browman, Marjorie Watson and bounding on lands of the Estate ah Brewster, on Jands late hese vessels have lmited passenger accommodation, TINS PRAS ;
6.50—3n St. Lucy WORTHING (NEAR CACRABANK t Yvonet, Hilton Outridge, Adelin of S. E, Small but now of one Headley on the Public } 1 and on a} CARROTS
: a HOTEL) CHRIST CHURCH Outrid Sheila Outridge, Marie Out road in common 16 feet wide or howe y abut and 5 » BAKED BEANS
PIGEONS—Silver, White Blue Kings.| iogeon telly Some, GaUE te| @dge, Moira King, Joseph Gonsalves bound together with the messuage all_and ERT TAGE STA & CO | LTD.—Canadian. Servine. ROTTLE
; a , ’ 1 Jos nsal , S HEINZ
Apply W. C. L. Maynard, Frenches, St.j estate standing BA Gm araeer wt Muriel Gonsalves, Dorothy Dunn | singular other the buildings and ere sted and built ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service.
George. : 10,6.50-2n. | kept and laid out gardens—one minute FROM ST LUCTA ' standing sind being with the appurt property of the ee ee
from sea and bi i si y i John Walton, Claude Purchas, Mart endant.
MECHANICAL beach. ecuienduemnd ASS pitt tea: 18th, Mareh, i950 PASSAGES TO IRELAND s
—_— ; The house contains large living room, Dated the 20th April, 1950, i : SiUART & SAMPS ON
BICYCLE—Sunbeam. Gear case, Lucas dining room, two bedre . = — : Il, WILLIAMS
< : v ooms to which an FOR GEORGETOWN . ;
eeean a ee ees Tiled bathroom, can be added if desired. | Jean Gonsalves, Hilary Gonsalves, ee cheney Antilles Products Ltd., Roseau, Dominica, offer passages to LTD
o0—en. led bathroom with tub bath and shower| James Cyrus, Du lanah Atchar . = finn cance: ME ollaeeen a Ee ’ . on . .
_ ————-——. | (hot and cold water) and built in linen ngatoo, Margaret Nichols, Marie “OFFICIAL NOTICE Dublin per M.V. “DUALA”, next sailing from Roseau about
Singer Portable Sewing MACHINE,| cupboard, tiled kitchen with built in| Nichols, Arthur Nichols, Carol Niehol | 20th June, and thereafter ab ve e
: s, Arthur 2} s, Carol Nichols, . sf about every thirty-three days. Hecdquarters for Best Rum
New in February Price $175 0 Dial) stone cupboard and new Philco combined | Stephen George, Simon McKenzie, | BARBADOS | Single fare, £70, usual reductions for children.
4240, 10.6.50—4n. | refrigerator and deep freeze, Jarge arched | . ustino Rodrigues, Lionel Lewia, Martin ’ " , oie ener » , | = = oe
dah, all steel IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY Apply direct. )
Ndi Ai au asee prnears with hoods, | Hart, John Gordon, Jemes Brown, Ben | IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, 1 do hereby give nolice to all | r
MISCELLANEOUS ane ata wat Peg Aha aad Jamin Deane, Robert Benn, John Me persons having or claiming any estate, riebt or interest or 1 or ineumbrance | sesoouesycoovecwv989es 0%
. dhatees, the Rie is tasteruity Sonia noe Colloch, Chgttes Arthur in or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the proper { the Maseedentyy
y “ . R SAN JUAN to bring before me an account of their claims with their w es, documents an
Bee. SARTe aT plate. batteries, | tire bede Have both deew sieeyand Duna] - si, inniee Paveiine aires Drucilta | vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12 HAVE YOU GOT A
sity Bag te aay Sceagiens cage | ine ee shingled 100, polished | nothel, Thohing. Milian , Larne Spire.| nosh Se > o'Meek We He bfebees ot he hobcie coy Cee ee Buildings,
shaft gears, fuel pumps, ‘ ey —— lave, eh t . psa Ce grass: | Lucille Daniel, Gloria Evelyn Bridgetown before the 30th day of June, 1950 in order that h claims may be @ LD Ce H
ete. For, Chevrolet =o re ie Laveen ropical pi pag ball ang FOR JAMAICA reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof. re spectively, | O or, OUG
enquire Auto Ty ORO Y, ae8 are rs ‘ sear Cyril Lynch, Annie Bare Robert | otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be
Street. Phone 2696. palms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw, yri oe ee : a ie sale ; J :
% bf. ment.t.n. | anso, tamarind, Desadtratt, nd plurd (Organ, Jomeeh Sathviem, “C.Mi.<., | denied oo ait Seley op or neatly the Said. BEPery: ned acting exeeutrix of the SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS IF SO TRY
trees, wire-mesh enclosed lock up vere-, ‘ 7 be ae ale.
BATTERY CHARGER Tungar_ with|table garden and tool. shed, eolasser ao. eee | Defendant: SOSHU xe Rena sieel Moin Montreal, St: Saha, NB, Halitax, ¥. BROWNE'S
ri ; _ ~ vier, Springs | driveways and garden paths, Seymour Arthur, Vida Abbott i : rage : Gf len oniviavist wart 6 4 i i" sfas . ey eal . ‘
spare: Fully. Gut Jack, ee ara sold. unfurnished 4 deaires FOR ST. LUCIA PROPERTY: ALL THAT rtain Bi in “ t pares) maton (te merly par f & Jargon To Barbados, Trinidad, Deme rara, B.G. rele} : nai
CLOCK--2-day Striking and Chiming | 2nd 6 p.m 6.6.50.—4n.| Smith, Briggs Williams, Cecil Quesnel, thereabouts orisinally part of the Jandy of Worthing View Loading Dates ‘ bad J J i
SOR «Th, Me CUMS, NO, AM! THONG DF ener ee ree ere aman essen FOR ST. KITTS ntation) situate in the parish of Christ Church and Island aforesaid | Expeote
e « pont pe . 10.6.50—1 n, That very desirable property know Inez Malone gontaining by admeasurement Three Acre: hereabout | Montreal Halifax Angra) Dita | 1 ’
‘ ate es “HOTEL WORTHING on SEA’ FOR TRINIDAD ‘abutting and bou ¢ on lands of the Estate of 1 Eversley . 7
ver | (formerly Briziliana Hotel) standin on) Jaimie Collard, Jean Stephenson | Mate ecnd Oekbe tak tide. ees ee ee art S.S. “SUNDAI 2th May | 3rd June h June i jl
MATTRESSES—Ten (10) new (never ‘ar y z na oO : lar ¥ | deceased being tt rer nde f th aid Five Acr S'S “SUNDIA 14th Jun ath June ‘i yale
“ 1 +? = ve" t 8 s a pe ele * » ar 8 ¢ iT oc a0lf ane Country lub o 7 7 . s ie . s
been used) all hair eR dry, vata Siete” Gimacee tae “publi | Clark oe maton rae af tt mere bo Ga: jaa at tis Estate of | 5.8. A VESSEL 28th June trd July ith July The Unique Remedy for Coughs,
tresses 3 feet x 6 feet 2 inches ‘| po. : a F ae, 7 y 8 V 4 Cold4, Bronchitis, Sore Throat,
a Y ~ ers Road together with twelve bathing | B. Bynoe deceased and on a Rinxht We Sixteen Feet wide } '
ERNEST KINCH, General Traders Ltd cubicles - MAIL NOTICES South Easterly corner of the said of land leading to the Public j PLANTATIONS LIMITED—A ents Hourseness, | Bron | Asthma,
Dial 4496. 7.6.50—3n The only available site on Worthing , Road or however else the same may abut and bound | g Whooping Cough, ie of the
es Coast. First class business place. Fine Mails ah tet an eo sce | Bul grees Pi yates a | 4 Chest and Lunin, ete, et
LS ae ‘ ; ay . 4 1 by the M.V aerwood wil e closed at; atec n April, 150.
7 ACT Cottage Gift} sea bathing. A window on the ocear ‘ 7 ; , y AMS |
oe. Pee etita rane Sor “Max a ant cozy ee wae alle ht} the = ie ere nes Se aa eax 6.00 | alt. iL I TAMS, | r C. CARLTON BROWNE
ed ee sary xa ve giv-| alterations can be made a high class REC aoe on 10t cs ;
are Sate parpethinee tithe ovale aie Ifotel or Night Club athe Oren dog 3 " iraeits OFFICIAL NOTICE Wholesale & Retail Druggist
> 5 F Offers in writing received up to 30th * ba : r . , 136, Roebuck St. Dial 2813
bd 5 June, 1950, by Aruba. ; » Roebuck St.
10.6.50—2 ns v ’ a :
svi inttanetpillakatehpnt ~ | BARBADOS,
“NEEDLES 8S. J. ROCK & CO, IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
ei sialoe Bite a ST eapphice 112 Roebuck Street IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all
Se tee Teens. Buby and Banpbire | thypaction any day. « When Your persons having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any Hen or incumbrance
ee eee TOs PIAy: ORY ETE: 1.6.50—10n e 1 or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property ef Defendant) @
thousand recordings. to bring before me an account of their claims with their w nents and
J i be ’ 108 3 o'clo the afternoon at the Registration Office, I uldin
= PUBLIC NOTICES Bridgetown before. the 30th day of Tune. 1930" uruer” that nich ‘Cass say”

NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank

eee reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority hereof reo etively
Poatre corey eet i apt eaten ee ee ae mak. RE Con otherwise such persons will be precluded frorr * benefits of a decree and be
and oe, San BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE N depr 4 of all claims on or aainst the sa ‘
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50—t.f Plastiffs: CHARLES HOLMAN WILLIA\
38.5.50-4.8.0 Cr. Marhill & Trafalgar Streets, acid } SYDNEY JOHN ALBERT WILLIAMS and
pce nl Bridgetown, ber = ne only HOLMAN EUGENE WILLIAMS all by Dave Arrindell silehte, oF cuter thes Piechenea eee ae ing | allundreds and hundreds of
PANTS—Grey Flannel & Cream Serge Sth June, 1950, miserable. nm Banfield one their constituted attorneys noas, Backa Leg Pains, Swollen Ankles, N 5 fi P ¢ ., 1 *
pants, ready made and made to order ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING you can’t relax and Defendant: ERNEST DEIGHTON MOTTLEY aay oad in| Rheumation, BUminne Padtebeen Tiere lo Benefit—-No Pay The Mone -Naving Way
Price $6.20, $6.75 & $7.50 per pair Notice is hereby given that the Ordin sleep at night—can't PROPERES} ALL THAT, cartalss plecever Darvel of land aituate in Baxters Read: in| Taiyo hase OF inebay ant tani oid bert, The. very. fitat dost of Guster ses tight
c Pierrepoint STANWAY STORE, | ary General Meeting of the above name 4 rh ha the City of Bridgetown and ! 1 of Barbados containing by a fore your time, Kidney Trouble is the true} to Work helping nue Kidneys remove ex«
ha Meseee a? 10.6.50—1 n. | Company will be held at the Children’s K property or have measurement twenty five h ! and eight quia € ation cous acits. Quickly, thls makes you foet , 3 ie PLEASUREG
sks Sve Goodwill League's Hall, off Constitution fun in the day. Thenis thereabouts abutting and bounding ¢ lands of one ent Js Wrong foods and drinks, worry, colds or ieee nat oes tan i ‘ ny alte Ou ie oak r ag t ep
5 a st a yirls 7 ool «¢ ine « one 4 « o . 4 , % " , hort and , uites oF
STOVB—Coal in good ortler Caledo-: Road, on Thursday the 15th day of June| the time to take St. Mary's Girls’ Sch a it ne Ci wea Mie | Overworic may ‘croute an exces of acide | "MAH tha ahi pan ts hele Cee barrie. ab Lae gait ie
nis Modern Dover No. 7. Phone 2582.4 1950, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, for the Dodd's Kidney Pills. cnee on land co we r 3i— ne same abut ar i with e ¢ r 18¢ G tt t ‘ 00 : ‘bl iT "y » ,
AT Tea es SOREN, PRY VE eT a ine recsice mod consider the Direc: | nt Dadae: Reiner thereon er and all and sini the buildingy and orections | to properly purity your blocd ent meiner, entirely, satiafled Just raturis the empty the: ‘all-at-¢ hairs, Pouffes
buck Street. Sere ee E rt: the Pr > scount essentia icinal 1 the t aid parcel of cr and built standing and being | health and energy me nd get yo joney bac BEDROOM & DINING ROOM
the Balance sisal mvaterneat at tase : eee ita il and media with the ppurter an es and | ALL THAT certain piece or parce / € rine inert aie eat ie mints PLEASURES Mahuyany end
ERSONAL arts Bie Above Reports and Accounts | 80 that within 1 hour they start draining Of Barbados containing, be admiescuccment. pinta Rusted and | @ Help Kidneys Doctor's Way © | You, wo buy your treatment — vines bedstead:, Spring, aiid other
or The above > Se counts o os conta z by admea n » hur { Bed ly Va ind Stools
P = . 1 hat the bath day ot Fabeuaty "1950 excess acids and poisonous wastes from ninety four square feet or therea wtting and bounding « and u ony rnctors pele M grapedny Pig? peg r@ Dir r 7 Lune lay Pabie
” ; aay, Versa raul 10w or late of J. E. Mase ovis on lands he Parochtal i. clinteal teste and in actual practice — a ;
The public are hereby warned ¢ 2. To transact the Ordinary business; the blood. Your is then clear. You now or late of J. E. Ma >. Wall une 6 public road | that aauiek and s o way fo help the Kid ys ex fF f 0 W 5 rz na Cabinets, Sideboartis
mirig. oxedit to my wife Mre: Mildsia| of the Company, rd relax. You look and feel years ger. called Cheapside Road or hk r eise the sarne may at ! bound | neys clean out excess poisony and acids is ; ‘
Corbin (nee Springer) as T do not hold) By order of the Pe ILLINGTC Be sure to insist on Dodd's Kidry Pills, together with the messuage or 1 he in aiid all_and | With a sclentifically prepared prescription |T#a CU4RANTEED Remedy RHEUMATISNE FOR OFFICE, GALLERY AND
myself responsible for her or anyone RE eee paree! of land KK Jeska ane hairs the
else contracting any debt or debts in 7 6 50—2n . . f erected and built standing and vith the ner can t Kitchen Cabine
; “cd 50—2 century. Dodd’s are quick acting—safe ; ‘
my name unless by a_ written order Bill Gilead 25th March, 1950





Larders in range of Waggone

signed by me —sure. Only 2/- at ee te Dated 27th April, 1950 Pookcases, Rush Furniture

Signed JAMES C. CORBIN, NOTICE



















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Black Rock, ie US y f ; ‘

10.6.50—2n sy St. Michael “VACATION"—Harris Phoiw Studio ss FOR SALE
- " will be closed during the month of - WANTED — ———— ‘y

July

. L. S$. WILSON
WANTED ae ae D. HARRIS, oor CLEAN OLD RAG

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a 3 A Trafalgar St Dial 4069
WS “NOTIC a “ ,
en ESTMINISTE! MID Whether your car body or
Delivered to WESTMINISTER CHIM 2 : s ~
HELP NOTICE PY CLOCKS (Keingle) in handsom 2B. tondae le: sinashad of sisted VERY CHOICE
oe ss that t i" the a pT a2 walnut cases eautiful chimes 1% . “eptime A raat
BaNnnAL (oeey haa ey wa’ Ba: + tee tion. of the Commissioners of High- NET eet eee WATCHES-—Ladies and Gents’ % Satistnctory See oe BEACH BUILDING
Yvonet ion Nid” Bay a . . “hrist C! ht . : tg ~ynatearst 4 m4 Si ac y
SOO oe each! Club. B6-Bb—ar| ways for the Pertuced ino the Legula: | S°SOSSOCSSOSS nmi tai” aegis “seamiint teen %$ Also Radiator Repairs and SITE H
——— | ture of this island a Bill authorising the| % ~ =e ~ "ELDING . -
Journeymen TAILORS wanted. Jackets a Craninttencnane to pay a gratuity to x NOTICE $ keepers % WEL IN , ON THE EXCLUSIVE | For Successful
Hands Preferable. Apply to J. W Hart and Albert Beckles respect-| % Mee. B. Nie & iat < the % Cameo finger ring xe A -
Hewitt, Tailor, opposite Fire Brigade » until recently employed as Sup @ - sedi ) inform her Cus- & PEARL NECKLETS ~ One, two * St. James’ Coast
Station, Coleridce’ Street 19.6.50—2n. | intende n connection on oe repairs s Se eae will be opening % %& . CRICHLOW i
———— jt the roads of the 5 . ° Parlour from rE. y 2, “ | |
Pei the Ti Gay of sane 1980 XK her Making Parlour from 3 _ ALEX B. YEARWOOD, Polton | : 85. Roebuck Steet | |
EOUS Da ¢ ) % the nth of this month, at ¢ Lane, City 10.6.50-—2n $1 No, 85, Ro ot Consisting of one aere or two. half | 4
MISCELLAN vankwoon a sovce, (Bo hinds nee meee 3 ; x Dist 774} y SALES F
i ¢ le Room > : Commissioners of y M, '
nr ah earae aN (oe ‘yi toes prance tal Highweys of Christ Church. Yeeoc OOOO OS > ALCO O EES Oat 65 APL LPP PE Price 28 cents per square foot | For Ladies !
a oa - q F654 oot ot ot etree", - _ )
rn on’s Park n- 8.6.50 30. | POCO SCPPOD ODD EAPO ODL ODD YS | arrears oe ; ‘ATE | | srhnees sam ae
Ss Tetnidady "Spas. ese aia x , S BOX G, ADVOCATE "Phone 6610 BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS
Street, Portof-Spain, 6.680,—1an x ow $ TWO-PINT COCKTAIL SHAKERS — $2.75 Plantations Building
cohen’ = a NOTICE x sob % GLASS DECANTERS 48 CENTS BACH DURABLE PLASTIC
' t nten-| Y, 4 ‘
i ; ‘ }is hereby given that it is the inten-|.% ing any Day 5 WELDING:—We can now undertake any Ek Acetylene We a
LosT & FOt N yo | tion he Vestry of he parists - $ £ 4,060 ot e areas a) ¥% Svastenr 7 tthe = At Only
' ~ 5 ~ J a tisian | f ¥ aipr va ¥ q =
; CHRIST ES rs SF Bo ened : eye pe x App Cae ir Adee . ALL WORK DONE BY MR. FRANK WATKINS .
iatne to oe we n ot 4 ardwood 4 % : ‘
lature of Island a Bill amending] & Phone 4683 or 840 JOHNSON’S STATIONERY & HARDWARE I ¢C E
the Christ urch Parish Loan Act} $ % Each
1948 “11948- for the purpose of] S496¢ MM A oe OPE. Ltt, meas j
One Black 4 Tan bitch answerin3| authorising the said Vestry to lay
to the nar Rabby. Finder yo raie in the said parish in the year a ‘
rewarded uring some Oo ArVUr! 1963 sufficient to repay in that year sh News! FO R s§ A I , é ce r
C. Prescod, Middle St 19.¢.50--8n. | {pe 1 of £900... the balance of the i I Flash N We have just received a shipment > a Can You Beat Them ?
, CKE ‘ett. H.| 84m or sums borrowed under that Act,| e have just receiv a ipment
SWEEPSTAKE TICKE: ! with the interest becoming due in| The Supply of Natural Gas
1453 around Bay Stre< ase! that year on such bal@ice ” : VONO SPRIN GS ’
return to Advocate Adverti | Dated this 17th day of June, 1950 is being continued pend- B Yours Nov
amore at @ | Sian va mceeig ut ing negotiations. erie is ONE (1) used FORDSON PICK UP (Army Type) can be
grrr . y et rES 100) + BO | 7 . ‘i. i" : ‘ ste *k Rock Offers
WATCH—O Brine te ts olicitors for the Vestr: Tho B b d ( ( THE CENTRAL EMPORI » seen at Spring oe ae wade a Oe etediate Si: Was: Slek 6 enn On
a 5 Pie 7 al? Hardados Gas 0., | (Central Foundry Ltd. Proprietors) in writing are to be submitted to Mr m 10.6.50-—4n. Sa a
1 “ a “4 av-- .
cans LTD. Corner Broad & Tudor Streets 5 }
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strokes which had earned hin
eight. 211:—4—48.

The ball was centred and i Lancashire 164; Cook 6 for 32 and

punish the loc balls t | Old Boys | a
late cuts especially wer oke | “ | ALTHOUGH there were no startling upsets in the first
worth any body's price « . | Pickwick-Rovers defeated round of the Dunlop Cup Four-ball amd Best-ball Goll
ee |C.S.0.B. 4—0 when they met at Competition at the Rockley Golf and Country Club, which
e interval aearre Stee ae "eae aead was completed on Thursday, several close matches re-
os : | Competition The boys offered a sulted, giving many of the favourites the ji.\ers before
er | good resistance to the sweeping they managed to advance. ‘ ee
eOF | forwards of Pickwick-Rovers but} R. P. Gooding and Richards, detrimental to his accuracy,
: |\they had to stand up against} Vidmer had the closest call] while Petrie had to tinish early
. hi clever passing and, in most of the} when David Lucie-Smith and| in order to keep an appointment
; ; cases, accurate shooting at the} Kenneth Hunte carried them to| and also was rushing through
it | goal | the last hole before going down) the match 5
| Pickwick-Rovers definitely | |to defeat 1 down In fact, | The sixth bracket w filled
’ 1 j llooked the stronger team and | the match would have been} by James O’Neal and J. O Dowd
Goddard Run Out ; | | they were always in_ the ola | halved on the final green if| Egan, the Irish pair, who found
amt brought ba i Hol et | Boy goal area searching for ; Lucie-Smith could have got! little difficulty in eliminating
york ne oe Gna : ~ ry | soals. They missed quite a few} | down in two putts, but he was) ee L. Pitt and Ted Densneein
me Go Se Eee eet : Z a ee opportunities at scoring and sc| | chort on his first from the back! The combinations of Eric Man-
come in after Weeke ent ALFRED VALENTINE si ¢.8.0.B, | (. G. EVANS wf the green, leaving a nine-| ning and L. J. Maskell and that
200 up with a straight driv —took 8 wickets for 104 Fre touch off, which wa —scored a crisis contury ooter that rimmed the cup and] of M. Timpson and _ Bernard
Berry. One run later Gomez! +, ulentine and had his first} taken | Pickw -Rovers, the tailed to drop. | Rolfe drew first-round byes and| SOLE AGENTS:-—
iiled = for a eg single = ‘el sad : “sau sink tonat ok four by | back CS.0.B kept} cl Matel } will go into action today (Satur-, ,
art picked up sma = “e len panes is own|on the a ‘ P N | 7 , ; ose Match day) with the fermer p.'r imeet- | ‘
ning in from deep mid-wicker |“C"C?, oe Paes ae a owe Rover I ttin | i | JUNTY CRICKET Another unexpectedly close | ing Rodger and Bayley while | MANNING & CO LTD
i shied the wicket down, This|#alf century with a crisp Bert antnis: atetatne : match was furnished by Eric| Timpson and Rolfe face \/ybrew | ” °
a most unfortunate ending | &4! ich and Yardley ra ' ear ye Pich Rover t n 4 | RESUI TS AtkinAOy iy pater lay Atwell, and McDermott. |
to kipper’s inning spay SM ue ae rane | ot me who were beaten oniy 2 and 1| !
Jo signalled his arri\ oo ae ie oe lehaee fel rt re I Y LONDON. siine 9 by the formidable combination First Round {
by pulling Berry for a lusty aie, eee eee Me ‘ I I edt At Gravesend, Northamptonshire beat| ot J. R.. Rodger and Colin Bay- ‘ ; |
over long on. Next_over he at-|| *arcley was dismissed ).D.M : y < i i Ik by 7 wickets ley. Atkinson, playing off a 14 The first round results, with |
t d to repeat the stroke « ron ez The E asipper _ lef cin ; | nt 286; G pase, 12 , handicap, got little help trom his each players hanuicap indicated |
I but, hitting against the |?0t appeared fe en Pic ( for. 18 hk 4. tear partner and almost played’ his follow:—
I did not manage to clear id Had been beaten sayy. Short j Wilke ce Northamptonshire 211; Oldfeld 61,| opponents’ best ball sing:e hand- David Inniss (11) and Joh
the ground and Dollery in the|times by both = spinners un] trecforward for “Pickwick-R Dovey 5 for 40, and secondly 154 fo'] eq Byen when Rodger and| Grace (14) defeated lan Niblock
hook took a well judged catch t had produced some good Died: tien ale CMA nla sty ee een ae Bayley were three up and only (15) and Dean Klevan (13);
end his brief career of the inishing strokes when th ¢ Ds canatehu rien tet ciel se = mm mpoastis reat Glou- aig Ogee gi Ste mille George Challenor (13) and Will |
ffering demanded rough | play, s 5

5 Xcidaiat ed,” ' hire a iam Atkinson (14) defeated Henry |
reatment and had held on dog- mediately Pickwick-Rovers rant Secondly 163, Tkin 60, Cook 7 for 55. two successive short holes with

Gloucestershire 131; Tattersall 6 for



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cect hall hanes * wildl .dly against the better deliver- a birdie and a par to keep his Thomas and W. H. Grannum (24),
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> vier down on the Old Boys. The bail) 29 and secondly 114, Tattersall 6 for 29.| side still in the runnin J. R. Rodger: (4) and Colin Bay- 7\
and skied it to Berry at cover.| es 106/4/25, With the ae o was passed on the left wing io One down and two % play.|!¢y (10) defeated Eric Atkinson | MS ee ee A
The Trinidadian had made Trevor Bailey, one of the a a pe saoinaon o 1 through | natch drew” GCambriiee ornesnie! Atkinson hit two terrific woods|(!4) and Shirley Atwell: (17); | 7 zs
ot Z ais ge ar¢ mate a é ye s < “ es ‘
very valuable 35 in good style FE 2 Tey Sars ee el shot hard to the left of Parris,| 467 for 4 declared; May not oak Ret which left him just short of the Byran Wybrew (8) and P. D. Me
Berry took his sixth wicket o’| brought Valentine back into the|the CS.0.B. custodian Stevenson 109% Dewes 101, Hamoshire | dog-legged seventeenth, where|Dermott (11) defeated N. T
the match when he caught and| ittack vice Ramadhin Half time found the score at *% ne ooeenet $3, Arnold 67, Mily chip and a putt would have} Williams (9) and Eaward Petrie} CK
2 , ate » yr © ww o >, a . d © |
bowled Valentine to end the West But the two batsmen held ; “130 in tl favour of Pickwick-] ' : = : a a rf Sceane te Say ae re Thee (9): James O'Neal (14) and J. | ms Q
Indian innings 97 runs in arrears | intil close of play, although the} Rovers ini ian ee gration set in and he scuffed|©'D. Egan (9) defeated C. L. Pitt fi
Berry took five for 61, making] last six overs yielded a mere avg Pickwick-Rovers continued to] Warwickshire 460; Spooner 8, Gardner es shots while Bayley stood on|and E. Benjamin (18); R. P. Good-
it a left handed match, giving}runs. When the umpire remove@) press after resumption and soon] % Donnelly 120, Yorkshire 199, Lowson 4 md huc le ; ‘ealiz-|ing (9) and Richards Vidmer | at
ae ; cat ; : ls the score was 108/4 and ken he d ee | {7 Grove 4 for 36 and secondly 291 for} the green and chuckled, realiz- , : at 8 '
each country considerable en he bai 1 after carried their score to 4—D [+ ' wi 5 2 om : : ; (Scr.) defeated David Lucie-Smith
couragement in their search for] ®ngland had a lead of 205 with) Taylor again scored Hie theme le. ilson 53, Sutcliffe 95 ing his five was going to be good ti

At Iford, Essex—-Nottinghamshire (14) and Kenneth Hunte (9)



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a good left arm spinner ix wickets in hand, including|pjaying at inside left. He fea- *h drawn pricuess mpecicge: out: the contest, i i ¢ throat? Cold
Hutton’s which is reported doubt-|tureq in a good forward move- ttinghamshire 372; Hardataft 145, Kid Combinati ae sina citreoetgn| dry, rasping sensation in your throat? Co
Disastrous Start ul ; ment which drew the goalie out ere. ee he ? aaou may < i, : ue an aoe a | coming on? Gargle Listerine Antiseptic im-
ie Aura atitted thelr second id Scores and he easily tapped the ball into] Cray Horsfall 85 and secondly 118 The kid combination of David) germs sss yo: | mediately. Doing so promptly and frequently
& aol asi SECOE ake tre “nets ~ | for no Dodds not out 5% Avery| Inniss and Johnny Grace, whose] {1 7 | ear
nings disastrously, Weekes taking ENGLAND'S FIRST INNINGS i not out |
a brilliant catch at short leg to dis-] tutton b V tine 39 The teams were }

Simpson ec Gor
Edrich ¢c Gome
Doggart c Rae b Va
Dollery c Gomez b

i b Valentine 27 Pickwick-Rover Hill, Prov- At Lord's, Middlesex -Leicestershire
Valentine 7 “rbs , atch drawn

. erbs Foste s Worn a
29 ster, Mayers, OFM =)) “Middlesex 227; Brown 56, Mann 58 and

secondly 351 for 3 declared, Robertson

miss Reg. Simpson before a r
had been scored. It was a prom
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some individuals in the compe-| | | On He
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hopes soared. In the absence o1| Yardley ¢ Gomez b Valentine a Taylor and Robinson, not out 138, Thompson 78, Mann not out C Challenor and Will]: j, NO... YES } of germs. So, at the first sign of a cold, gargle
S soe es of 1) Sailey not out ‘ 104 C.S.O.B.: Parris, Weekes, Har-| &:., Brown 58, Leicestershire 2% Berry] Atkinson eliminated Henry aa ++ Al r i keep it up—it may save you @
Johnson, guffering from a pulled] tvans ¢ & b Valentine Slide Minit, Galen. aie: 112, Tompkin 88, Sims 5 for 74 anc| Thomas and W. H. Grannum 5 (OR MAYBE)? = Listerine and keep it uf y y
side muscle, Walcott relinquishea | “ker b Valentine 4 ris, smith, Grigwar, Bennitt, H.] secondly 265 for 7, Jackson not out 94 ; in . " sy, expensive siege!
the pads and shared the mined eee kein ee , | King, Williams, Toppin, Jordan] At Oval, Surrey beat Somerset by Byran Wybrew and P. D. Mc i nasty, expensive siege!
s ie ng K 4 la os p ee Be a b Ran adhin ; seit 12 Jand G, King wicicats Dermott also advanced to the
spel t vomez, leaving Christi- xtré . : 7 - r . . Somerset 297; Angel 63, Lawrence] ceo, ‘ ‘és {
Mr. O. S. Co nw ‘feree : second round w Y -c ‘
ani to do duty behind the stumps Total 312 p Cappl np: Sereret 88 and secondly 145, Lock 4 for 26 Oey Sletercut

victory over N. T. Williams and] ©

Edward Petrie, neither of whom

At Ilkeston, Derbyshire beat Worces-| was close to ‘their top form
Williams arrived late and start-

r tershire by 65 runs
SPOR TS Derbyshire 325, Smith 97 and secondly l i
206 for 8 declared ed in a burst of speed that was] 7:

were
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Surrey 216; Redman 5 for 50 and
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GocGard did not lose = any
time in bringing on Valentine,
and Gomez had only bowled
three overs when the Jamai-
can left hander took over
It was a double change,
relieving Walcott next over, Dog-
gart greeted Ramac s Edrich
had done in the first innings—with
a boundary off a very ragged first
ball. ‘The change was soon effec-
tive however for Doggart, who had
batted freely to score 22 out of

Fall of wicketa: 1—31, 2-74, 3-19, 4
f 5—88, 6—249, 7-293, 8—301, 9-308

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Stolimeyer ILb.w. b Hollie
Worrell stpd, Evans b Berry
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Walcott c wk. Evans b Berry

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the first 31, put the last ball of | Christiani 1.b.w., b Berry 7 nen Honest ie the 4 Se
Valentine’s second over into God- 9 Sony? ¢ Dnt eRe Atisie 1 while Spartan drew | a ae ba j ‘i
dar hands at silly mid off, an Dollery b Hollie 8 mise Saye -, Specials
the t Indian skipper was no gt Pat | Od | yy
letting go of anything coming his Lb,-6, nb. 1 A AAA a a a al a a aaa FRA | |
way at this stage x e NKForr
e %, +
% a ss | \ COLOURED STRIPED
Third Wicket ckets: 1—89, 14, 41% GRAND FAIR. | ie ‘
In hig next over, Valentine, as V7, 7-201) & 9 * AT HASTINGS” ROCKS ¥% BESS RAYON PIQUE
had done in the first innings i. WwLINe ANALYSIS x % Ae
ed up Gomez at second sli} CO. M. oR Wiha Ale of the 07 OF ne x eee 36 inches wide
to ist him in his efforts an. J {alley FU ies Ss ky cecal aE ae aes ~~. * #
responded by taking Dollery | ‘onies 3 18 3 316 TO-DAY R | : Per yard GReo
stomach high for England to bef .aker SN IR Se 6, Peak sock nin % it Renae ys: dieses
in the unhappy position of having} “""pygLanp SECOND INNINGS : % x DIDN'T YOU a #4
lost three of their best wickets] simpson ec Weekes b Gomez 0 |@& Lody Collymore has kindly con- ¥ | fs
* pouty Edrich not ot 66 | <8 sented to open Children iney % , IT]
fot tens than 60 rune. ‘This poaln| Sematary Yancaa’ HUB it ame mores TB me #4 PRINTS FROM
tion might lave been improvec Jollery c Gomez b Valentine 0 19 7 ars and ove | 3 4 . vA
but Ciuristiani failed to stump] ¥ irdiey bw. b Gomez. BQ nc fare mae ‘ ipa %| nour 4 —
Edrich off Ramadhin with the Pater ot os 8 $ Pre est, comtume x | i THIS ie 4 36 inches wid
total unchanged - xR ® | os : ob shes ae
This was a tragic error for T ay * Waa) te ees, DSS OR: Cer R | BEFORE! i +
it would have put the West Pail od Wickatés {20;8-81 43. 4 x Added attraction for. Children's -@ ai POP VOR iia 7Ac.
Indies back on top of the 106 Me : i Corner | :
game which still has to be BOWLING Sa R Ww % Hoop La, Coconut Shies, Pony PRINTED HAIR CORD, a rang f lovely Patterns
retrieved from the slough of 17 10 220 «©2 {RM ,, Rides, ete. Usual Stalls eae pera , ge of lovely ratterns,
: 401 on OE PONdCH AND conducted by & 36 inches wide. Per yard .... 94¢.
despond. Falentine 22067) (362 | Cut Raison will be in @ r Reb catel oe is it ey ale Sen ae ph ee ee i
The half century went up in an} Ramadhin 16 6 33 0 % attendance x 4 Flights weekly WHIT
hour when Yardley snapped a ~Reuter. Seecee x F E COTTON HEAD CLOTH, suitable for Pillow
short ball from Valentine to the PPLLCCCLPL LAPSE APP PRE 3 Routes to choose from Cases. 36 inches wide. Per vard 94c5
boundary. Off the last ball of ; q 4 fe. hive wlin.dtud-s. Wale .
y. E : |. By Constellation Curacao — New York — Europe (no
Ramadhin’s next, Edrich drove a » » «+ Gantuina or Y Pp hi ann
hard chance to mid wicket. There Be tter Bus Service Che Weather 2. By Constellation Corsceecetneee aninlai-iBire e
was no one that close in but God- @ From Page 5 3. By DC-6 Curacto-<5skee—Parprnariba--Deier
dard at short leg dived full length] be left. People who travelled by Sun Rises: 5.38 am —Europe (limited sleeper accommoda-
to set his hand to it. He failed to] these ‘buses were for the most Sun Sets: 6.20 pm tions available) | ¥
hold it but saved a certain boun-4 part those who wanted to come Moon (New) June 15 ) ; Ma i} ' ; .
dary. At 62 Yardley jumped out] {o the City in the early morning Lighting: 7.00 p.m Whichever route you choose, the major cities of | .
to Ramadhin and missed. It ro recy Algenadtntite ent anisaess : es Water: 1205 am Europe are but a day away by KLM, 10
another golden opportunity, but ue BE arts *.50 p.m, By special arrangement, KLM wi : 1, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
; ng sm whe y : s will fly your family eae - ;
again it went abeggir Christi-| ing to them when they had to be YESTERDAY PY ng 2 y
te ; left behind. He did not see any z friends, o siNess assoc 2 lah
ani failing to gather * “= cs re it - : ‘ a on = re Rainfall (Codrington) 15 ins ds, ay business SAENGntES out of Europe. You . with . a .
arm would be done if some con Potal for. month. 1 t pay the fare here KLM does the rest! “naa
. : cessic . . ade i regar. onth to yester sae I : ;
Determination Oe aes tutae maak trae day: 6.96 ins } JUNE HAVOC - GARY MERRILL SS SSS SSS SS SSF
Seven runs later, Goddard took] people could be carried in a seat Temperature (Max.) 84.5 F arate tee :
Ramadhin off, and tried Gomez|Phet would. considerably jallave Temperature (Min) 75.5 °F rec pao } Pl ASTIC YH DDE. B pare
: aree ae é ; sonsiderably relieve > rar ; ae i x wreeted by ced by 4 i Alf)
from the Stratford end for the| ihe situation “oo ee pp csbicn vergessen > | CLAUDE BINYON- FRED KOHLMAR || uA CHLDRENS KAINCOATS
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The batsmen remained unwor-}made for the improvement of the Wind Velocity 17 miles per 4 ere cet et ca i At $1.85 each
ried by the cl inge ana _ hun Service a vote of thanks to the sean (9 a.m.) 29.971 Tel. 3113 AG ¥ ies ea
play wen Ramadhin was ies and sec ) r. Dow .) 29.895
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PAlii: FOIK BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATHWAY. JIM in 1930 BMWMX)S*ApV'OGn;E SATCRDAY. JINK In. I Mo SII.AII THK peoplee ol the W"i tndiei have been following; with anxious interest the reports that have ccme through ">n the labours r.f ihe Sugar lVlcation. The last nltatt is Li the effect that the British GOVemment bu d emand tea %  uuaranuH' for an Increased amount The British Government are tticktng to their %  %  M in the Bout* of Comnv n gome months ago thai the Britiah offer wai Itnal ; paai to haV been the tixed 'policy "I 'he Unite.! Kingdom | An nmant. Ail West Indians know the ii u m Involved and have shown that sugar is a matt* that cuts across political differences and is vital to the future welfare ol all West Indians. Not many West Indi.ins will he able to share the continued optimism of Mr Comes. Tod often has the British Government said that the delegation was wasting their time by coming for further talks. Now the Colonial Office statement has said that they will return empty handed. It was right that all avenues should have I.ecu explored and the thanks of the people of the West Indies will go to the members of the delegation fur their efforts The time is however long part when an alternative should be sought. Britain has shown that it cannot be relied upon to help the colonies when doing so would affect the pockets of the British people. Those who have claimed that the British were using the colonies to maintain the English standard of life have ample ammunition in the outcome of the sugar negotiations. The standard of West Indian life will not be raised through British understanding or British aid. West Indians must look to themselves and their own endeavours for any amelioration of their present plight It is still possible that other countries will contract to buy West Indian sugar. All future efforts should be devoted to that end. Negotiations should be undertaken immediately with Canada in an effort to secure a contract with that great Dominion. There will, however, be great difficulties in the way of such an agreement. Due to the control policy imposed on these islands by Britain, trade with Canada has practically stopped. If Canada undertakes to buy West Indian sugar ii would be reasonable to expect that Canada would require that the West Indies should in return buy more goods from that country. Would control policy allow MCA a quid pro quo? If the policy which has been adopted in the past is any criterion it may well be that the West Indies will again lind their efforts baulked by the interests of the British industrialist who now has a safe and certain market for his goods, irrespective of the quality. It would be as well for the sugar delegates to obtain while in London a ruling on this matter. They might as well hear the worst. Can these islands make agreements with dollar countries which will probably require the West Indies to buy more from them, or arc these islands to carry on as best they can with the little that has been given by the Imperial Government? The future of these islands may well rest on the answers given to these questions. Likewise the continuation of the muchvaunted West Indian loyalty may depend on those answers. IHH'S BAKU WANT SI I III its y II baa been wid that if all theStttUtMlaiU in thr WM i \-l in waA. r m •'.' toured ft % %  > debbUng i r 1 much interact in the tecti and %  %  featurr %  %  %  : llBportl .11i ..u IT ItHH ImpOl %  "if* than double exports and in IM9 about pater. >' uod naturally arises as lUTvraare come* %  %  another %  Industry, then has %  i %  %  .mil another i re narkable to i MnUon baa bai that cornea her %  i| .. >u may be (lasted • .ming folk from | UK U I M %  %  i . % %  % %  who are domiciled : \ n ote IM %  % %  i derived from ••mnivi outside II %  r-iU'iiRh of us hero now to make %  i'. %  ; ..:!. COntl my, Hnd Incident i re dtpeodabk than the tourist hutlnesn, and not subjoi-i to vagaries of the weather, us is u crop, or Ihnc longdrawn-out wrangles with London BbOUl Ih price or quantity, which wm undignified at brut The point is that this Income, from wttlera could bv enlarged considerably if desired, and without any expenditure of public oi 1 indl fur advertising: OF building huteis or other purposes unndions in this connection, and I know inj of us when m ii.iiii retiring uge stand to benefit graatlj m health u> raatdaoca i" u warm climate. In the post muny Canadians have gone to Florida or California, but that is not possible now owing to good building sites, and 11 %  in produce far come and steady, year-roun : employment, per acre, than the [•r land in the Island, allowing an everage of. say. one acre per household, and steademployment for at least 3 perJ wi in uuj plantation bring an Inenn million Canadian dollars to the if land, or give year-round employment to 000 people? I do no' think so Boma barbadians who are heavily interested in the sugar business, seem to think that uuv other business, even tourists. wil> necessarily interfere with sugar, || I | Ul] believe then|| IM foundation for their fears. If sugar Is the only Important Industry, atuat In the llnal analyprovsde support for the population, whereas diversification of the economy will relieve sugar of some of the load. The tourist industry is all very well and can be an asset, but it is subject to the whims of a tickle public and can change like fashions In ladies hats. I hear that Bermuda and the Buhamas have had u relatively poor season and are wondeiinsj why One reason could he thai Americans have discoverfd their own State of Arizona U sfintec resort and the business there has been booming, while another factor could be that the high prices charged in i -,u pricing Iheniatlvea out of the market Settlers arc : labts aim in u. long run probably help the peon oany HMre and disturb It lets, than the exotic ol Barbados is u .1 i-> exporti | be i-xhuusteti M danteted art! i and costs DOthlna lo keep up, like the bathing; beeches the amenities SUCh as water supply. el< II r.il facilities are r> rood, 11 .-lot quite .>p t^ tl '. ..' ey are not Wi %  "I here as by Canada as nonre | n if the 1'.. %  it I hav • in Cans %  %  %  %  ..HIS go to Universi'. '1 receive higher education largely al Ihe Ian taxpay... • %  cover only the tuition Some of them stay in Canada and take up careers full land of great resources and small population, and %  %  .; | \ %  : .. % % %  i. Se the exchange of yjung people seeking for elder!v folk seeking a warm climate would seem to be very much In favour of Barbados from the economic viewpoint. One cannot help feeling that Barhai ure opposed to both tourists and settlers have not weighed Ihe pros and cons carefully, or considered the very greul need for some divert!tieohon of the Of the island. The opporto encourage setllers lo i ome here certainly exists, if Barbados wants to take advanteaa of ii PUSHING AX OPEN DOOR This is u .solemn occasion. T d will go down in lustory'" Thus cried Mr. Garner in the Mouse of Assembly laM Tuesday during Ihe course of u lively much IPII the iiiii %  > pant adult suit rage in Barbados. While, a. Kn o t Mr Gumer's speech suggested more of the pulpit than the llooi of the House, mid despite a strong tendency to stress and deplore the lack of edueaUonal far lb Oes currently prevailing rather than the actual Issue ii stake, there was no doubt that while his oratory ami violent pfOTOfcod some laughter. the speech had most members. and spectators, enthralled Me Implored Government to give |nt mediate attention to the lirgenci of making the benefits of education available to all, stating that "when you educate people, you set them free". Unfortunatcl-.. history, and recent hlstor> %  ) thai has shown that this Is not alwavs I l .nt Mr Garner ing was clear enough. The bill, which also ptuvidcil for the reduction of a quorum from 12 to 9, and the abohtlo-i of property qualification foi membership of the General Assembly, produced considerable discussion before It was passed. IM i %  duettos) of the quorum fimii 12 to 9 did not nnd favour with the Opuosiuon side, only Mr Garner, after a little side chut with the I-cader of the House, voting in favour of the reduction The Government's attitude on this. ably expressed by Mr. Adams, was that it tlfty percent aliendance Bar a recognized quorum was unique in world legislaUon Mr. Adams pointed out that the membership of the British Mouse of Commons totalled 600. but a mere 40 constituted a quorum. With the House of Assembly meeting hut once a week, the Senior Member for St. Joseph thought it deplorable that | valuable time should he wasted by the shackles of a fifty percent i quorum requirement. However. It was. 1 think. Mr. l^wls who 1 really "hit the i sll i i the head" By LM Wndr When be stated that the reduction HI the number of mambers 11 lo make a law might Well induce mine lOOmbOTl U) attend meetings, and to attend than earlier! This produced conMdirable applause from the liovenunenl side, and some wr\ smiles from the opposite seats. A short speech from Mr Mapp included a warning, to hi the evils of corruption seeping Into the methods of obtaining votes. Wholesale bri b er y, Mr Mapp pointed out. has occured in other parts, and "I en afraid, and I issue warning, that something of that sort is likely to happen here". Strict seruUny of pre-election campaigns, perhaps heller named as party advertising, would seem to be the means of dealing with these dangerous. possibilities The general opinion House mi thai the Introduction of adult suffrage had !>" long nveidue and. in view of Ifls. II was rather surprising that the Bill took up as much time as it did firm! Pasture—36c. a Month pi.Baceeuttve Conunltl have the power to lease linvnn ment lands Without thl I I %  i-f pe thUJ %  ipeelal Act. the main objective, as ,-xpl.iincd by Mi Adams. Umig that the work on playing fields could proceed without unoeeeasary iuinierance. Mr Allder, win, appeared to Mimewh.it embarrass the Kxeetitive with one or two ticklish questions, stated that he had heard that the Barbados Turf Club paid but i" cents .i rear for the use of ihe Garrison Savannah, whiie.ia p>asanl had lo pay that ilgurc a month for a cow. and 36 cents a month for a goat, sheep or calf. Mr. Lewis fell tab) the | | hooks of Mr. Adams urged canin tinleealng of lands '.Line lund i %  I I %  I %  ably, lonk this as a suggestion that rl nous i -1 lied, or might be connived, itit riil'is i)f tin %  %  did not hesitate to show his ill m 'hat SUcjl implications, bj ,i member "who presumabl> supports the Qovernmeut" should be aired on the floor of the Hour*. Agriculture A itiu to amend the Uepartitn ni of Science and Agriculture Act. lt)2, was also passed, \ thi result thai the responsibUitj of teaching science now passes to Harrison C >lleg instead of tb Departmanl of Science and Agriculture. Mr. E. K. Walcutt asked bis namesake in the Baacutrt whethOl ir not courses in Agricultural Science were still held at Bagrison, and, if not, whether wouldn't be a wise move to i introduce such. Mr. F. Walcott '.'.!• unable to icply to this query, but I have since been able to ascertain that such courses have now been discontinued for at least l real There arc li\ masters at Harrison, one of whom is actually employed by the i I all of whom the Department. But courses in agricultural science. It would seem reasonable to suppose that such courses may be resumed in the near future, for. as Mr Keith Walcott stated, a countr; which depends so much on lb produce of the land for survival has urgent need of such instr lion When these courses were run in the past, diplomas were awarded for successful candidates. %  nd the re-introduction of thl? system -should prove n stimulant to the agriculturally minded student. Trees Advance Tinbounty for the planting of oved trees bag now been inreaged from six cents to a whole nftecn cent*. The increase resulted from a suggestion by the Legislative Council, which apparentH i Masoned that six cents was hardly sufficient a stimulant to likely plantei WHAT VOl MM LON FOOD M.NISTKK Maurice "u little bit of what you lancy does you K IK "1" Webb, after office, la more popular than an) contrt Uerof the nation's larde. can reasonably expect to be. HouicrWiveai like this nood-looku. Mild onwwhal Uuni 45-year-oW yorkahlra'. who when he took office in March prom* i ed tn take ihr-m Into his eo rl iidja nci ,p!i: 23 Webb took canned meat, can. canned beons and suet ofl "points the numl ill | froii M to in (Ui ten icarce foodi ware >'i\e:i points i The buttal ration I I ui to five ounces %  weak hacon cui in v, to lour otincta ami one pou i anted U t |am-makinn 0 May 2 Webb lifted the /o cent %  ..-m,,on restaurant meals which meant more variety. On May 19 Webb ended points rationing and announced that from early June the meal ration would go up from HI cents a week to *£A cents by the addition of two cents worth of corned beef. From June 1 whipping cream will be on sale for the first time since before war. But the tea ration will be cut on July 16 from '-•'•.. ounces a week to 2 ounces. Goods freed from points include cookies, syrup, rice, imported dried fruits anil Imported tinned fruit and fish. Private trader: tan now import canned meats which should mean new varieties, including tinned ham. Housewives are by no means satisfied with the quantity, quality and variety of I today but they belic\*e Webb is trying hard. They appreciate that he is not making hit promisea only to break them. Happy-go-lucky Webb has the human touch. Housewives smiled when he promised never to mention the word "calories." Webb has come a long way since his mai riage to gentle, motherly Mable Hughes eighteen years ago. Incidentally they haven't yet had a honeymoon. Maurice had just started in the propaganda office oi the Socialist Party after making his mark as a youthful speaker and agent in the Midlands Maurice went on to become political correspondent for the Daily Herald and before his election to Parliament in 1W5 he was a columnist for the Dally Express. He hud done considerable broadcasting for the British Broadcasting Corporation. He did not become a minister without a ministrative experience for from 1946 to 1H49 he was chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Part;.. A courageous man, this political journalist and broadcaster turned minister, has completely overcome the iragie disability he suffered four year ago when his right leg had to be amputated. For 15 months he lived under sentence of death, not knowing whether the poison from his leg had spread. Today, because nn artificial limb cannot be fitted properly he still walks with the aid of crutches or a stick. Webb, his wife, and 15-year-old son Harry live in a modest home In Pinner. Middlesex, just outside London. The family's six chickens are "doing fine and producing : week.'" Mable's favourite dish is an omelette but Maurice, who has just increased the meat ration, prefers cold roast beef. Maurice has a bedroom set aside at Pinner as a work room, where he keeps his books and papers and does his writing. He has just taken up painting but "I don't get much time. I find it very relaxing though." He is a wizard at darts and speech-making. Britain's Minister of Food is an avid reader and the walls of his room are lined with books. His taste runs mainly to non-fietionhletorica] essays and biography, and he make:-, a special study of books on Antarctic exploration. Maurice has definite ideas about Ins job. "I want t i 1* very frank with the housewives. They have really had a hard time all of them, of all classes. Il Is mv hope to 'lit a little of the load."— (I.N.S.) MIRRORS rtlPLC—I Pallrrns•! in. \ In n. IIbi iiiii %  ..,1 R S II ii' %  % %  ,: %  : i : . I'M PLATED .. ' %  MTJtKOfi M ii ^ la i las (.1 1KB BJHELYEfl i \ ll EOI ITI I .ni E TOl WILKINSON & HUM S CO. LTD C S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. PW 4472 A. 46S7 .:. IIUKWIIII ITOftEl mini TBEV i.\sm i,. .! N/OI.A CHKF.SK ,.. :;. DANISH CHEESE VSTHt S1IH T IES LADY HANK STRAWBERRIES Rl !> CHERRIES IN 8YRUI FRENCH 9 WI.MKItS POHK A BEAN8 K W v SWEET VERMOUTH K v. V 9AUTERNE p 16 Ol II 111 VIII IIS KAY: Marl A Drive For Women i To The Edi">r. TinAdvocate. SIB,—1 see so much being done for boys and men. but very IJttl-for women and girls. I ennnm see why some woman with %  ntonecr spirit cannot start a drive for a young Woman's Christian Association 1 kivp scplnjt this befor*> my eyes, lighted brightly and the letters Hushing tlieir matsage to you young girls; many poor girls in this town would be so glad to meet and exchange views, and get clean entertainment, and many fine looking young women left as a gem of purest ray. serene, to be kept in the background, and without hope of ever advancing Some resort to degraded morals, having no means or money and no proper company. More should be done for young women, and many who hevi %  hum thi-y esteem, could Come forward, and help to elevate women and have the future mothers of Barbados protected. I am throwing ut an appeal to someone somewherr who will answer the call to help woe establish such try o Y. ung Women's Christian Association In the island of Barbados. CONCERNED MOTHER "•'.. i niu lii I ions To thiEdlfor, TinAdvocate Silt.—Kindly allow me through row (o'tinins ti) extend my congratulations lu Capt. c. E. kalian who has just been included In the Birthday Honours, as a Momboi of the Hiilish Empire I am sure there are many who will aeret with ma that the Captain bM merited suih an h ry often maro ol u have to live wherever is afford and great geniusco have been produced even from the slums. Both writers, rmc for noise and one against seem to bo Impressing waders on the many comforts they have, but there Is nothing to be compared with a quiet peneeful atli however humble, to live ttt Those who love noise, ami make 14 hers (IkagyweabV. should be punished The medians human frame, like that of a WatOh, is detim'eU impaired bv Noise belongs la ihe I'-VII. i pie Urn to % %  him, perhap.. itboiiT intention try to make the world a better place for all to live In. for Jesus better lighted Hrldgeto* was the Prince of Peace. avoid accidents and crime. .-VrnW To Ihe Editor, The Adrncafc ^ SIR.—In your article "Ro3d Safety". I see a very gi>od summing up of Col. Michelms address lo the conductors and dm i I and I agree with every thing said In that article. %  ike I plea for our conductors and drivers for higher w-age* and supply uniforms, and perhaps I am wrong, men lo k neglected lo me mid as their work is M nerve LI is no wonder they are impolite The Bu* Company needs more u '. that is, a man on the Bu* to see that good conduct prevailWhy should a poor ilnver nnd conductor do so much, when %  I also hope tl •ad for << INTFRF-STEP BARBADIAN SAeesa To The Edlfor. The Ad, SIK Ml) t be permitted through this medium to lodge a varj atroni protest against the typo of stage show* which foreigners arc allowed to come here god prevent to the people of BarKi. 1 RI certain cinemas in this land to14. .ion that the time is come for the Commissioner of lake active steps to control this (ypg ol enlertiunmeni which lends lo lower the moral* of an already very low communtiv The fact that these shows -r to packed houses does fy their continuance. I t check by a group of censors appointed by Government i* the only remedy The public will then be assured of decent entertainment value for their meney KA PAN 7tro Strram* The Editor, The Advocate — SIR,—Please allow DM to 0S> press my feelings caused by tin 1 incomplellon of the Newton Road at St Elizabeth's Village. g| Joseph. There are two streams of water running across this road which make ii Blmoai ever there is ,, heavy downpour of rain. This Is due tu lack o proper tunnels or well' i this water. It la now three years since this road wai constructed and resi: Nuning nbout r up to this present day. .. ing has been done to improve th. condition. I am asking the Commissioner of Highways to see that somethin" Is done in order to raUara residents and the general publu from such discomfort. When Painting Your Property You cannot aiford to take chances by Using Inferior Materials. So Specify . \\ INTERNATIONAL and be Sale II INTERNATIONAL PAINTS. Ltd. DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. 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LTD—Afenli. rmoai nun Oeorge MJ i*rt Cheeki %  %  r> tat 1 a a* Cunliffe-Ou.. "*l tMli. AHhur I %  "••* II'nM II I KIO KIIO I ROM '.hrSAIM I v Heather A'awouf nom u\RTi\htt 1 I I Saak • ""I I K .1: V Itert Vvnm MUMJa a IrciiM II I I 1 t\ ; urehaa. IOR liioniiiln* s Joan OoharJvei. IIlUt-% Conmlvee. • Duiui^h Aichin. Robert tortgaroo. Margai <%  . t'ftluti Cenrga. fUmon lanno Hod a 1.it. j.**. Oordon, amJrt Daane. Robat it. 1 %  %  ion -\ it ,s Knih .Mur. A trtlir-1. Thomjut Mi.i .ucllle Daniel, tilorla Evel-i, 1 'lit UMa t ritinii to the Senior Medical Offln-i 30th June. 1B50. giving thn. aapariHct and two raltabai taattmoi Tha lu etaaat ul eaodklata will bv api>. a paatod i>( MX an nthi 1 liter than BBVI 1111al1li1.1t11.Fi-. 1 the first placi lor 6.1 OFFICIAL NOTICE '.i 1 1 n \HII vn s W ITtiti'AM9 u % %  Chitncerj %  •raona having or rlaunin* inv a.tat. n.icinaft.] lo bring bvf.ua me an n.-c.nt a| th.n ma on aiti nrtdgetn-11 before Ihv IDth reported an and ranked a. Dttierwiae ^.tch | ..u.. will rialntld REVMll.l) St fl^MH .. Uef.og.at OI.IVKR ST CI.AIR l> I'ROPERTV AI.LTMATi.it4 8 M and I 'aining 11* ail'p. aci.n n i i and bx>un.hn| on land. „t %  I E Small l-,' II feet wide ,.i h..v bound togclhei Kith the RlllUKil %  liigular olhei tlw hulldii %  Ma'tding and l>nng with H •• appi Iief-ndanl. Rill Sled .a-;, Ma.oh, 19H Dt.-d the Mlh April, IMO • men tiunee %  1 Ilia Hegl %  %  1 !%  . IIIN-. %  ton Hill 1 %  % %  '" %  % %  II % %  elac tl.a name mat nbul and .. 1 i>' Ihe tafe McOO, SisamMp Co. sit* r. M June ORR KkRVICE j (liri.sl iaii .ScifiiiT [ < llcadiiiii Kimm \ lT FLOOM. %  M TIIIVOI > Naraa af Hblp v PI'RITAN" >i 1 > • \ 11 LA RIP irOA I'll/IRIM %  •.URIUIUII M> %  > t' .1,1 PENNANT aa MI'I\ PI-RITAN "A STRAMBR" Thear v ea aela Rave Mrl aMfUt 4IBYII %  aaaa HU July lib % %  HI.'-I IVrtd M.T.ful .i.l M -Magi >.II PASSAGES TO IRELAND Ant I lie* PriKliirli Lid Rotvr HU llot.uin.ji. ollci pav.afwa to liublin par M V •'DUA1.A ,, > next BaiHn| from KOS.MII alMitit about every thirty-three days. KHI J .a.. S.MKle Apply i:7n. usual raductu ... M ILtrkn. : '•li.d I dp. ba Tll very dealralile pr i.-i— "HOTFI. WORTtflNr. on SI ••on-ierlv ttrirkllann Mntal nver fifteen Ihouund aquai.I"ta enlnince drlvew.iv Foad togethrr with tw. % %  .. ciihirlee Tlte onlv avallabl* alia ( u Coar* rirat elaat Imalaigi | •ea bathing A u.i Cool and r.i alter.itioni can ba made h>gh ii.n Hotel or Night riuh OfTera In writing received „ (l i,. t Jvmr. la&o, by IM III .1 MIIK IS Mil! writ.I % mr Arthur ION -r 11 1 H.iK-n irlii ,ii..m.. t r.,i < IOR -1 Kll is IOR 1KIMIMII .I %  MAIL NOTICES !,.. ..I 1 %  .: . I %  ed Mu %  %  %  4 V it\Kinno. loomtiivi t-K 1 iMiirn Cr. Ma.I.ill A Trafalgar Street-. Bridgeti-wn. •Hi June. IBM 11HDINARY GENERAL MEETING Notice l> herel given that the Ordin ... be held at the Children I 1 %  - .e Hall. H i li.iilay the llth day ol Juni 1 |H %  dor* In the alien •"lowing pi.ni".—> I %  %  Report, the Piunt and 1, PI li-.OVl t-iPt gtaaa is %  i • .n t %  MracURg any dabt i my "ame unleai by a wr iignrd by mr Signed JAwrS C Blarh I Ita 30—In I CORB.N 4 WANTED HELP anaitAL -nu ANT II. and E-pen order ol Ihe and the Auditoi > Me %  i an ( Kebruarv IBW> Ihe Ordinary builneai Board T. MILI.INOTON. : a so-in NOTICE VACATION ..... ... Jul. C D HAfllllS. NOTICE •irnrytnm TAIIX)RS %  %  ) %  %  ,ie Apply iltt TalloMISCELLANtO; S %  i r x om BOARDERS V> TTlruded N %  0 1 k i.FU thru %  .Id %  Lasr A Mil Ml LOST %  I PTeepod. I 'I H .'. • return t,. I ia a so_i r > %  Vaynatd. KNERVES j4%e CUIOK Sdyc i o. ^iTariutg UM peaagfj Kara bring baRHra me an % %  grjul ..I •etiatea to bjr examined bv me ..n any 1 -m and 3 ..-iincfc In tha afternoon at Re* nitgelewii before the 30th da. .. June. I6V> \u Hulled ..II anil rankt-l a....r IIIIS, I STUART A SAMPSON LTD. ... !•? |u-.t araawaasaa HAVE YOU GOT A COLD or COUGH IF SO TRY HRIIrVMS f ll!l \i\ (ilM.ii %  %  %  ..„!. I C. CARL TON BNOWNn Hholi s.l, ., Il.t ill llruigi.l 1 '. Ktieliurh St. %  •> ,1 'Kl ; limed by In Ihe Ihe SMI. day nked %  I %  and rou laal • Kidney Trouble Causes Backache, Getting Up Nights %  ari prnped. o, ha** fajiintnrtlir.Thaais me lime la laaa I W.I K..W. P.H.. For Dadd %  Kidner IM 1 ..,.!,. %  .-...„i.,I ml. and -..I. %  rifredienli that ad direallr on Iba badnet* %  a thai a.Hun I hour thai Hart drain.." nrrii and) and poiaonaua -irlei Iram Ihe Uoad. Your hUd %  than dear lou rein Vou loah and (eel teari jwunfer Ba rure la must on Doddt. K.dnfr P.M.. Ihe (..aurile remedr lor oin hall a lenlmi Uwl.l are au.nl. ailinf rale %  ore Onl. ? %  .1 all drug rtara*. ul WANTED CLEW OLD RAG %  %  LINOTYPK DFPT Advocate NOTICE B MHa> Th...g1. thia %  j 'e*,'e*,*e',*,'e-e','e-.-,',*---'-'-'eV* FURNISH lill You're Satidied Ihe >loney-Sa>ill}* Way Raoio > i %  IIHtM %  %  :%  %  %  it OAUJtJ rmtri IN... .,„i i %  L. S. WILSON lb" liarbados Gas l„ ITU. kg i ri i i SSW.^^B a&s-a-.-^* I,,...... % %  %  v.v have | Buy V TaflC CENTRAL KMFORII'M UMBRELLAS! UMBRELLAS! DRSIOFia ..-! | %  LSJTTl \i Oafj $1.64 Each 411 1.111 It. u l ll. %  THANIS (news 1 (ROW MSI. Vlllll\l V.ISI RI HRISklSC. Illl NEW CROWS C.ISC.I R 111






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Saturday
June 10
1950.

Price e:
FIVE €ENTS

Year 55. :







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2 ee)
' \ \NORAM VIEW of the Garrison Savannah sian oO Loo

HOT! the King's Birthd

‘Oration of His Majesty
LONDON

a, ?
N nn ;

Di hite HE s TI “WEINTENDTOSWIM’
f Binployeas vejected aroac us Onours ve Kin | G .

te hee . | —Gomes Says

— k in shirt-sleeves during US St tl i j itt us LAND was en fete on Thursday, the day ‘

iol weather s . oO . ae ‘ officig " re “thy 2 ~ y , = Ee
cmaes,aucve, | US Strength Is of sno “Seige gas the cistam| While Webb Talks of Glut
boss made the decisions. Hollow Shell Geremonial Par ade at the Garrison at 8 a.m.,|





(From Our Own Correspondent)























PTs, et Me nr i CHICAGO, Jun sports at £ ess Alice Playing Field an‘ a Car-| Cras LONDON, Junc 9
Montgomery on a_hroiling ar W, Siuany Svietaa| nival and F “at Queen’ s Park. The Playing Field ON THE HEELS of the rejection by Hi ujesty’s
summer day ithout : } at the ited ¢ Government of the West lindies’ re s i rereas
Cee Te ee chiy Beacurca'T sports were oe attended, and so was the Carnival. Distint ada o mat Rodhee's cuctenseni Go eee
i. \ sank A vehi pn te guarantee nark x” sugar comes ;¢ ateme
Montgomery blandly * ob- ech oh merice ge but much smaller crowd than usual turned up | Minister } ice Webb abou . : a : 7 : eee ee ae
sede PH et Bie entlit ; ; ' nist Vlaurice W I i ‘ sSible sug: ’ {
a ‘i om it ag be con- veut : i the rison to see 270 men of the Local Forces cela’ orale | next 0 vea! . Se an
enien or y Mr " ° hol V i »° ! WO 3 é
dispense iba: your tame i for a meeting « ctor Birthday. Many of the people who normally | Mr. Webb sai “The world sugar ition will im
\ also, pray do not let any the National Assceiatic \ ‘ parade, were at that hour of the morning keep- | prove in the next two years, and if present plan cont inue
R.S.M. MARSHALL OF MYSElt Gates ro ee ee ena rope, ta| 28 close to wireless sees Salmnaing the Sertunes of the first) we may have to be careful of 4 it pe glut 1 : oo CAPT. ©. E. WARNER
civ . Fatt or myself deter you.”—I.N,S, | ] planning programm 1 Vi el > : . ad 4 ‘ & ' é . ue
received M.B_E. Insignia su Sevasid anon Bakers aioe 1 t Match being played at the Old Trafford Ground, | oY! Asked his. views) about. thies receives M.B.E Insignia
Pies Neat | remains siromg” ho said, “ther lanchester * > statement, Albert Gomes, leader —
Lara hep taco Rae earl, ee | Limbless Veteran jot the BW. delegation, sad] py
e \ i we do not, there will b tl : al Ae ee . i to-day “Having regard to the late And Lyle
n an a ay war and the democracies we 3 ‘ | Takes A W ife British Government itlitude t )
e ® peat idan lee . tt ‘ : : : SS 2 ae | a e d } wards the demands of the We Shares Jum »
lay fullscale overall plani : pe ; ; Indies, the prospect of a glut of re " I
® ‘ , TACKSONVILLE, June 9 :
e ry essential to’ security | ; tin Ww le = cores cheap dumped sugar on t Harbados Advocate Correspondent)
hh ir S st , ay 38: GORE NEBL t : | ah ii a , Ve world market can only ean the LONDON, June 8.
| freedom.” Recallii I mir) Reps teem enna opportunity to buy « yee The fact tl ve shilling shares
e | : ; \ } igat fact { sh g shares
; last February on Russi milit ae MArcned yt to the peop} ) t Un late c ves
ENGLAND 312 and (for 4 wkts.) 108 LRERpETeE eM, "Me: Samingyen, aa 1 Kingdom. on pouclly crectine op eran tin
: Aer : ! oe ! ire tas Biv ent ore \ marry his classroom sweet “Mr, Webb's statement fits into | | ast few weeks, receives comment
WEST INDIES Pa ti 215 c . ge nie ie 2 M a Dede i nai The wedding of the the general pattern of Mis Ma) in London city circles this morn-
| be fore in American. history handseme ex-army sergeant esty's Government re ent jing. The price today is four shil-
: MANCHEST " - and Dorothy Morte 4 nouncement and seems to indi- | ngs ten and one half pencg com-
ENe ND the 1 Ss ER, June 9 | ‘ held at light = cate that if Coes not matter \ #3 with only exes rom
was i . ‘ . W an's Club « ; | uch ¢ he . ain| (2d nine pence beginning las
- u the lead by a 205.run margin’ Acting Governor SPRUE YS Got mace. maak a ams ether, obtain RPS, Sedan al a tee
ii ue frst Test struggle with the West Indies | , sheet pe

Wilson’s plane crated ti 1 ar thé Stigar industry. of the {han five per cent vonetinsaanss
bleak Vermont Mountair | awd ‘ , ‘ _| when the shares wefe f

» Since our smal domestic

by the end of the second day’s play today at the Takes Salute




















































| side int 1944 and ter tt 7 a4 . : {) the market in January so that
Old Trafford Ground, (From Our London Correspond | days he lay im while his || Feat en ene ae we current price they seem
‘ Y ; e e i . n | Aa +6 } al * t - sie 0) our s gar co npe v fully valu i
: The fortunes of this game swung in dramatic fashion ANTIGUA June 9. a es tt ae ‘ dumped sugurs in the werld an
England won the toss and batted yesterday and scored 312] ~Acting Governor P. D. Mae igarned to write in Jonghend market.” . ’
runs after being 95 for 5 wickets, at one stage of their| jae TRG ee eae OUT ae us® a typewriter, comb hi Mr. Gomes went on to gay that, | Truman May Get
Innings, A crisis century by Evans « id ithe rick Rearance b sf ib aD he lute at} hair, shave drive ¢ eur : i 5 ell) known \ tralia 2, : M P fa
“4 Valentine, young left arm| {B¢ Kink’s Birthday Parad Miss Mortensoy, press ible to sell cheap sugar in the More Powers
2 ee \ spi . ‘ies i At ua hecreauon § 1} y ear old television model competitive waerld mart mer j Soe
Chi Vr Pe ¥ | pore taking a sapien Wie latest announcement sti | met Jimmy three years ago by inereasing the dei c pri ’ WASHINGTON, June 9
A. Ny 4 | ir Y fast re if : ins) Mr. K. W. Blackburn C.M.G } at Jacksonville College he of sugar in Australi: The Foreign Relations and Arm-
TS ea O.B.E., ne ernor of the] encouraged hin I wii | ervice Committ of tne
B A 7 Ti] fy | ari eee oe ey Leewards is expected tudic He received hi Cuba’s Subsidix nited States Senate have decided
er i e WETE CIsmis= | s in the y} etir diploma on Mond i hat son new litions should
sed for 215. In their second in- | mutie a Ji ; | Bachelor of Arts D e it i ul Cul be attached to President Truman’s
a Wa nings England has lost 4 wickets | GUMN& te secon 4 , ae oh ta sasaen tt | e ft a bec e of | re "" :
5 N/ un ng: as 6 ets | ten miihdea. < pre-li rom the University 1 t nder the Foreign Aid
™ ™ In ¢ { © greater part of iy rod | that th measute was designed
, ‘ The Teams British Empire, we cal - 3h : | sig
By E.L. Cozi ; ae brian crete (tion, which is sold in a guaran-| to the President the power to
° 4 | | born Luther R. Wyr ol i- | teed rotected U.S | { 7 }
| /EST IN aS roddard | ) 1 } Me BEOVeU Ves market act in cases of emergency without
MANCHESTER, June 9. | (chop, AN Ree ye ‘gua and Mio th ¢ r Mary A, Dead ta Tokyo [dhe amhids ot the Pose en cere Stnereeioey. withous
yi sre js sar ss ie og | , PF eR wy 2s . 1cordora of Montserrat bi Re hei aed ‘nag ‘ \ . ahs ide .
__ There 26 Se SerlOus struggle BO- 1, Worrell, E, Weekes, C. Wal-| I andslide | Ministry here apparently is taat| ‘| vould permit the President
oes “hfe grim battle” for] St R. Christiani, G. Gomez, H | R 2 S 1 \ 4 ‘ | =. eee ae i. — | to use 4 percentage of = fund
, @ grim athe for) Johnson, S. Ramadhin, A, Val- 1g » e | » S EXCE Cy , Saw . . aie . KYO me. | est assured hat we intend to for sending anus aid wherever
supremacy, and no quarter is be-| entine, ’ | ussia Serids Note mn ee a so we Bid 1 hoa C. Mi Gas taking the Por inee ai age a “ ania j| Swim and survive, and the next|needgd to boost the strength of an
aan or sive ny Bugiand has ENGLAND: N. Yardley " (Capt) | To Seven Govts. alut at the ne oer an made _— at the Garrison high, srith, this Doak fam American few day wilt show to dhe “tulff anflscdwaniintat: counters. ;
be pnvion OF yielding Her "piace | 1, Hutton; R. Simpson, W, J HAVaNNAR On TnUCeBAy Sema scture above ulldozer to-day ragged 17] @ On Page { —Peuter
ss a , PRESET ae Sun ae orth | Edrich, G. Doggart, H.'Dollery, | LONDON, June 9. | bi and 21 serious! Sart | hci tina ;
parative newcomers anc 1€/ "TP Bailey, T. G. Evans, J. Laker,, Russia to-day sent a note on the indeed, immediately after the parade, the radio in the} peo; clear of a landslide which _
West Indies are equally deter-| \
a Mla quai) E. Hollies, W. Berry. question of the Antarctic to the Serveants’ 1esS Was put into operation nd the voice ffitad crashed down on railway
mined tosprove their ability to| ; Eig ‘saephes 4 1s PB I pers mn, an vOICe oO :
“twist the lion’s tail” ~ “1 Under leaden sktes and with’ Government of the U.S, Britain the announcer was softened for a minute only, to allow | ##tion and eight hoi t Kum-|
wist the Hon’s tail”. threats of rain after long spells France, Norway, Australia, Argen R M. Marshall to move Tone c m a anodais northwest of here, early |
So far the big guns of West| of sunshine, Goddard and Yardley | tine and New Ze il ind. According Pe Le at i e 3 n ads a4 = 2 y Kin this mornin Thi four eonl: |
Bene - Pe atthe en rest | (0 a Tass message received in Lon Marshall, along wit Capt. C. R. E. Warner. was . nt
Indian. batting have failed t \ . anes ha uis middle tCr the Wert Abn tha ste: ‘ts d the Sov ot Go - it 1 pHvt 5 malt ; th } > 1 54 + nN : ; it ee é yd . ae ‘
consolidate a position well es-|!ndian skipper to lose the toss fo: eee nee let V e i by the Governor with the M.B.E. Medal during th The cliff face t
tablished by their bowling oppo-| the first time in a Test match Lea mt rON re ; es hee parade At Government House later in lay pr nta-| Station building collay }
; : ‘ [Presets ita. itisc aa ea ions concerning ie =Antaretie , ; Nae ; : : ' ca cele
sites. They have allowed Eng-| of the vn poe grey rn ene n| could be decided without the par- ti of medals was made to five—Mr. L. A. Chase and M { an ae aes
land an advantage which may} 0! the day, however, OFM@D | te ination c a Snviat Coven F. A. Bishop—C.1.S.O Major H. M.S. G Rx, i ie e of ro i oil
ll ‘ fei 5 | Yardley decided to bat and John-! "C7! an of the Sov ‘ ; I es JOT ; : +, Bead I which had come do in an
failu hae ee a sn Me | son bowled the first over, aj ™ent.—Reuter. M.B.E., Military Division, and Mr. T. E. Went and Mr.] lesser jandslide vest: |
é re nas added much strength a + . + “2 r Acad
to their critics’ constant claim | 0 aiden to Len Hutton from the ‘Il R A. A. Hinds—M .B.E., Civil Division. pite the danger of furthe |
that their “Maginot line’ is| Stratford end, Gerry Gomez was Wi Not elurn ta ; 1 dcnte an \ rock, 500 rescu kers were
: mm ; ne A G i clock stru , ‘heir wiv é ner men i , ‘ f t
pregnable to spin bowling To given the ball from the East . ‘ ivht € roverne arrived at ‘the } of. the hie oo aoe a ib lig ing everiss, rd tho:
my way of thinking the trouble | Manchester end. : ; To Ni eria Parade ted k i Guard of| eer |
; ; salar oring ed off his third f
is more psychological than any- Scoring See ie o ns oS Mounted Police, their new scar] et| At Queen’s Park
thing else. Undoubtedly this is} ball, which Reg Simpson turnec LONDON, June 9 idle Bae thee hae | } °
; xt | ; hes ae vy) le « h ing i e J ef} oe i» |
an atrociously prepared wicket. | to leg for an easy single, a stroke The Governor of Nigeria unshin if iccompanied by | Highlight of the Carnival and I risoners Riot:
@ On page 3 @ On page 3 John MacPherson, has decided } y Savage and } Captain W ur held in Queen’s Park by the
that Se nior Police Superintendent Lambe his Pr t Secret a Loyal Brothers of the Star was Five Killed
renter reece: eee ARE ER TTS , h t :
. Philip w gave the order he Costume Parade and Stee
} ; PUNJAB 9
to re” on striking miners < The Governor went to the Salut nd competition in which prize », Ju ‘
Enugu last November shall not|jng Base and took the lute. At inged from $20.00 to $2.00. Win Five prisoners were kitle 1 and



return to Nigeria. This was d the base were the Honot
closed here to-day simultaneous! Lord. Bishop, His He

# | with the publication of the



able thc ers were: The Juju Chiefs, first
nour Sir All: prize for costume, Eric Layne, rep-




































14 injured when warders opened
fire on riotous convicts in Patiala
Collymore, Chief tice, Mr. E. J esenting a stern Cowboy, sec-] Cet it jail yesterday Trouble
jury, report on the ae Ane | Petrie ting Colonial Secretary nd prize, Annuis dressed] St4rted when a prisoner was stated
Western’ Nigeria. In the Enugu | ponouret J. D. Chandler, Presi- Miss Martinique.” third prize,Jt0 have assaulted Patial: , ssn
incident 21 were killed and 4 jent. of the Legislative Council Consolation Prizes were offered] tor-General of prisons + > wa ) |
vounded.—Reuter His Honour Mr, K. N. R. Hu to Sigina Westerman “Madame |] Visiting the jail, He was joined by
band Speaker of the House of lartinique,” Lita Callender,]# number of convicts who, armed
T a L Ki i Assembly, Honourable D. G. Lea Comic Strip,’ Elr 1 Wilson,| with crude weapon rushed out
error ts | cock d Mr, Frank Field nother “Mi Martinique” and t {rom their barracks, The situatio
B I [ Governor after taking the} the “Parson” representing Gold! was reported to have tak }
hat ia ‘ade which | Braid iJ & R Rur Ya) tal attack tue ees a
riton In Saigon ecte Parade which | Braid anc R Rur ly turn after they had refused
v i ip of a company each In he Steel B ; isperse nd fire $
SAIGON, June 9 f Pe 4 e Barbados Regi n « ts — ane competitior the ft pector-Gener: al’: cies
Wry v. } li 7 - : ey ye > only NO band on H
, Mr. } i : I i 4 é ; 5 ; ‘ the Rhythm Kings led by ¢ B
tick nay : - : Blackman and the other the “Lim- > |
Tobacco Company, was sh | Michelin, Con gen Mntia"sither ioreecsnes Ot Plane Behcads
g ba ! ¢ k i tT Lirnacol. The Rhyvth- aie
rorist ho als hot P feature » . Kin e- . oe
n i : ) cured first prize i they a 16 ear Old ‘
} “ ae r a : practised in the P Pong” art virl
¥ 1 ‘ enil r ra € m t ‘ 3 .
Manager of the Tc é ; y means of which tunes as . KARACHI, June 9
. M at T aha jas rhythm ¢ be p i on ¢! Ay identified low-flying air
frot he. facto I feu de joie and the Roya! cel orchestra Second prize we raft today beheaded a 16-year-ol: |
ane ert ’ | Ve ve the present the Limacol B a Parsee girl and injure 4 two of her
Sd abiban tee List ial ie errait The Rhythm Kings came before} cx npanior is the on the
I : F . t dge plavir ‘ j . .
j girl. As the car’stopped A 1 dec by th ary I Ving sand at Cliften Beact 1 Pasure
th ip opened f{ |, Capt f Rhumba. For € resor r here k |
‘ oh be ata > ~ ‘ ; plavec e ¢ i wv rh wid the ircraf ret reled ¢
‘ Or t Are i ¢ t thel
hot thro he head and | e pt to tune of ae Mr ¢ hea veral time Reuts
gar | 6 : r tha. of the yke int
t a oes popular . tators |
a pectior Dis Seathd While. the lock conears CRUSHED JO DEATH
isis aie ( y La : ) a- OLI eter
‘ f € tive got ready t p un be b A,
COAL TALKS JUNE 20 As the rmec | tive got | | we ob at dexdane. ee
ATT ++ rT 11@rj the I t ve £ 4 Te
: } , I y Ww |
he ¢ t Judges were Mr. T. J. Ou ers)! 1 bene the f
1 u We en ridge of Bermuda, Mr. D. Gay of} f t
Germa It vé Ce : ig a and Mr. fF liller, MCP} 1 t ri ilo
Tine 20 G Apart fron ere we toad ke
* G nt | K.O t { et t c i representing| before ¢ ‘ fe
; TWO “MISS MARTINIQUES” won a prize at the Carnival Cos- f 1) “W Bee and Stout] ground on lef ‘< ,
} tume Competition’ held by the Loyal Brothers of the Star in ; - ae op Spices os Bee _; is the I lkeley I
. ‘» Park Tl d ou Are t Queen's Park on Thursday. members of the Legislature and @ On page 3 Waterman of Bulkeley Tenantry





:

AGE TWO

PICTURED ARE A GROUP of the greats who of
or Thursday in honour of His Majesty the Kine’s Pict





leney the Gevernor and Mrs. Savage.

IS BXCELLENCY the Gov
ernor and Mrs. Savage ga
“At Home” on Thursday ev:
ning at Government House i:
honour of His Majesty the Kin

an

Birthday About two |}
and fifty guests attended th A
Home” which took the form of
Cocktail Party

His Excellency thé Governor

and Mis. Savage, met the gue
as they arrived along the 1
walk of the grounds. Chair
tables were dotted around one of



the main lawns and there, gue
gathered in groups, some stand
ing some sitting, chatted while
members of the Barbados Regi-
ment in Zouave uniforms hand-
ed around eats and = cocktail
savouries.

During the party His Excel-
lency invested Mr. L. A. Chase
and Mr. F. A. BiShop as Com-
panions of the Imperial Service
Order. Maj. H. M. S. G. Bead-
nell was presented with the
insignia of the Member of the



HIS EXCELLENCY the Gov-
ernor invests Mr. L. A. Chase
as a Companion of the Im-

perial Service Order during
the ‘At Home’ at Government
House on Thursday.

British Empire, Military Division;
and Mr, T. E. Went and Mr. A. A

Hinds. were presented with the
insignia of the Member of the
British Empire, Civil Division.
As Mr. Lambert, the Governor’s
Private Secretary announced
their names the recipients went
forward with their sponsors to

receive the awards presented by







tended the “4 iTome” at Government Hotse
thay Thy sarty was given by His Excet-

Back In Barbados lere For the Week-end

.

M oO. : ; d Wednesday afternoon by
‘nt V.1.A. was Mr. Peter King
ao : » has come up for a few days
A i) Mr. King who is with



yal Bank of Canada, joined
taff
















Ower ; I in Barbados. From
} he was transferred to their
: ch in St. Kitts, and he was
Keturning io-morrow ntly transferred from St
wit NuIN j sitts to Trinidac
aX | ‘ i dae .
he Visiting His Mother
( af 1 _ for about one week is
short holida 5 i ti Keith Roberts who has
tne Cran rh ith Caroni Estates
F At sa Bhe : ] i t eighteen months. He
or About [ten Vays wrived on Thursday morning by
NM tee Po y W.LA. on a visit to his mother
are in Barbados fo Y I Roberts, with whom he
holiday Vii Gardine r be ying
ith the coa Steamship ¢ .
Trinidad arrived oh Wedne Married At St. Matthias
ifternoon by B.W.1.A cco oe edding took place recent-
panied by Mr. Rowland Creecl ly at St. Matthias Churcn
ho i lso with Alcoa ly vir. C. Holman Goodridge, son
Gardiner arrived from ‘Trinic Mir d Mrs, James Goodridge
( Thursday morning Loe Road, Christ Church an
i Phyllis E. Gittens, eldest
Passed Bar Finals iter of Mr. and Mrs, Charles
i ha be ‘ ‘ ! of Top Rock, Christ
LS
j r e who was given in
Londo eT her father wore a
ir. ( I « of flowered satin with a lace
J me Db t it ed with silver ac-
oF tier headdress of em-
io U.S. For Six Months ered tulle was kept in place
"% MISS Gloria Evelyn. daughter PY & hood of ivory sequins and
M of Mit and : ( r) I Si vas attended by two
Evelyn of “Dulee Domi ioe bridesmaids, Miss Phyllis Frank
tabelle left on Thursday | be nee Cae ie a ‘
+ Uy i ai a a as ne cer ony which was fully
from ae Pan American to Broo Nie Grimith The duties _ of
York, where’ she W ; pen ay : performed by Mr
about six months with M Ev ee | OCOEtier - Whirled "those" ol
lyn’s sister
Many of her relative
iends were at the airport t
her off

Staying With Her Parents

AaereNe ( r

4A ning by BWIA ’ ini
dad, to spend ee}
Rarbad
was
n I

accompanied |

Arrived Gn Thursday



















ceive R. AND MRS. ALBERT
His Excellency. Mr. Petrie, the WALLIS :
Acting Colonial Secretary read ¢;,..,; ved §
the warrants. TY ‘ nove

The Police Band conducted by sp nd
Capt. C. E. Raison, M.B.E., were 4 a ‘ 1 H fe
in attendance, and played a very )\y W 1 ‘ La MK. F. A. BISHOP was also
enjoyable programme during the G; m-S invested a Companion of
evening, before the National jy Bari } the Imperial Service Order
Anthem brought the party to a mi Mr, I rore s ) at Government House’ on
close, pilot LA Piursday

F
7
‘ By BEACHCOMBER
HEADLINE in letters a milegsprociaimir ; ott re% Vot S :
high and three furlongs thick ortland ( eon envy . a@ sausage

proclaimed the other day thatfhi ne i lL ee O00) re atin ee le
“Production is the way to better} thought of the 1 ( it | re sUKATI AT TI w us taken
livin,.” Rimar ithin sight é ir : er y by an official of

This daring statement, mark-3tains of the \V Vi of Bubbleblowing to
you, Was not made hastily. It was jnc In é mammoth sausage-
not a mere newspaper opinion. It, died neart at Gri ed < r-~the machine which can
was the considered erat * oO BS turn out 14,900 tons of prime pork
“teams of experts,” who went allt} On or pl r Monté 14 : 4

; es > i a, DD

the way to America, and thereglimar for nou t I i : av a ee
discovered this hitherto unsus-"Yit wit! ear of dicti on aa t-like eeiKatn niin Thi
pected truth. yhope of reward i ee seat-like substance, PE

In the dynamic words of a com-' }Clonme! in Cc ’ Tit 5 ie tte ae this unt
mentator, the teams of experts not general c ( pulled back a gigantic
“see in greater productivity the ggat was invented by a ‘ nich released the finding
key to better living.” To-morrow, 4 Nougat, a 1 v Jourg-la- s on . nding
in an article entitled “Lower Pro-“;Reine, outside Pari and Knives, The walls and

ductivity Is The Key To Worse
Living,” I shall examine this ques-
tion in the light of the best con-
temporary thought
The Invention of M. Nougat
HERE was a man at the fair
of Aigueblanche, in the
Tarentaise, who could bite through
an iron bar (of course it wasn’t
made of iron) with his teeth. A
sweet purporting to be nougat, but



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Kar after ear ook th t, and, with a clang,
A SHROPSI I 1 ! ichine fell to pieces
f 1 1 T kniv and grinding plates
of the t re ll € cle ) the floor in fragments,
fell down, and
like a cannon-
concrete flooring
M’Be left without ordering
Do id ri ’ ri he machine or the sausage
I mole t one in official said, “It couldn’t
1 1 first-quality gristle.”

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE enna
€ a »
wim unnnentaai tes ee . &
soviet : Rise And i ‘Al t
Nf =: , :
AB OU TUR @ iE pubin
‘ ’ d HATS French hats relaxing =
Goma |n hair-do’s an ee wig code
Short or longs fant eae capelines is C t oe
style for growi ir: hie tale od ri nay | launch
ee ter bey ning aohtly black leghorn tr a then likely
round the face, and curved fringe black faille ribbon. = a an cycle
= amd brevity until the
ne. In 1914, for instan:
PARIS : nly four inehes fr
2 apparen
goes back we than women ecouk
> N 918 they har T
to the welv cl Then thes
te itil in 1922
FEMININE were half way between
FIGURE, er th they began to ge
ily briefer; in 1926-
reports were knee level, provo}
ut sts of wrath from pu
POPPY 1€ press of both her
1eres The cown they
RICHARD e agai but ohly ap;
ently because women were
the sight of their knees. A
way, by 1934 they were alx
jf ; ne inches fre be ground
} designers could stand and
9@¢@6 other ascent begen World W
TT made absolutely no differen:
â„¢ mu the rise went on steadily un
in 1942, women were on
point of disclosing their kn¢
' eaps when they thought bett:
of it, and the following year saw
: t a fresh descent
PARIS. taffetas tunic over a contrasting turning softly rows eegil € a The limit of this: plunge w:
Mid-season collections make it tulle skirt. But a great deal of fringe curving half over U ceceesta: reached in 1948; the “New Look :
almost eertain that the feminine romantic detail is introduced head. 7 i Fa unithe . pnd most Sc h
figure is returning roses in the hair, tucked into open Egg Masks, Too looked funnier than. they ha
Starched collars, ties, straight necklines, at the waist—even ticc Elaborate rhinestone nect pa irs: but after th +
up-and-down clothes do not suit over the back of the hand are fashionable. Mamy are coy the cycle began again. It is
everybody. They are really worn These are all ground le of old French pa desigi apparently, still going 06 and ht
only by women who adopt every models. But irregular styles This is the season ‘ wor iy time now knees may become
new fashion equal success--up in front with are ready to welcome anythin fashionable. But umilcks femin-
Now there is a subtle change. * ga anes sell Shailiv- 7 ee Na th 4 : i me anatomy has taken a turn
‘ : oie nih. ivery Paris couturier is fea r- ennes have found a v x for he better in the interven-
Shoulders droop agai The ing these. They are “layer” types which does this beautiful I ; ma he
bodice is’ fitted—need a bust 3 WhamnatKat” Gaenire tat oe ae Seiad ing twenty-two years they will
2 a _ and many thicknesses of vapc a mask of egg embi1 nn 5 prettier than they were
< ene The sh once ous material (chiffon or ¢ must be applied before gx in - re
er ine. nance sithouette RE ene eee ate ae eee
(the Mae West line) 18 revived Like Foam prorat an ometimes ‘twixt the two,
Schiaparelli among others, is Roses again—tlowers cut out of World Copyright Reserved Yo kirt, Madame’s inevitable
repadding the hips self-material—are the favourite Gon mer era "y And al, ade Sout

galas where
dress the order
“stem” models
unbounded self-confi-
dence, perfect grooming and a
marvellous figure to put over
properly. All the money goes on
j romantic picture designs

Balmain’s formula is a draped

At all the Paris
full evening
there are
These take

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this sort in black organdie over

Actress EDWIGE FEUILLERE white, worked with silver and

has a fitting at Dior's in the black | gold sequins in a Chinese print
and white embroidered organdie | design

dress @ for her
Souvenirs Perdus

new film

usher fell to Mr. Mervin Bentham

A reception was held at Top
Rock, the residence of the bride’s
parents,

For Jamaica Discussions
Harkness, C.\M.G.¢,





R. J.
‘ short

D O.B.E., Medieal Adviser to Across pA
Development and Welfare left on 1. ip yous provide a change if you
7 Pie id, (4)
Thursday by B.W.I.A. for Ja-| 4, Gan you see Slba from this ? (4)
maica, on a routine visit i. No cute on a oe in such

‘ " voice training,
While there he will _have dis-|} 10 you may heed toast for the fierce
cussions with the Director of little beast. (5)

Medical Services and also with| |! The extinct bird of the Rockles. |

Mr. Symes, who is carrying out! \2 quarrel the stiff necked always
i aon la wh ‘ 2 ee ee have, (4) |
Malaria Investigations in Jamai- is Prom whieh unchanging instinct
ca. He will be away for about comes this suspicion ? (5)
a fortnight i4 No, this is not practical. (6)
" . } 17. It is used tor transport. (3)
; '8 Unsoelable sort of bird surely.
. (6)
To Get U.S. Visa iy You must reverse 17 Across to
this to cow. (3)
ISS VIDA ABBOTT, who is | 20 Sour for a member of Scotland

Yard it seems, (4)

in & way the Spanish dined

Aveless accord. (3)

The way in, (5)

Quite a number you'll find, (4)

Down

ip proves ['ve bustle, (9)
Height. (8)

Covering you're glad to have, (4)
Power to enforee obedience, (9)
The beast of Britain, (4)

A disloeated chin, (4)

Where you may expect to find a

ge of face, (4)

wo, can find the ©,0., 80 |
» (8B) j
ol lily flowered plant of
ca. (9)

vy bear, (5)

yeu may get in changing
)

in the Accounts Department |
of the Antigua Sugar Paetory has
been a guest of Mrs. W. S. Howell
of Sea View Guest House since
Sunday, when she arrived from
Antigua to obtain a US visa |
from the American Consulate here,
to enable her to visit the US. on
long leave.
She returned to Antigua on
Wednesday by B.W.1.A bee



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nifer’s present. ‘1 can’t make head bered," he cries. ‘ There was one
or tail of it,’ sighs Mrs. Bear xt clue. That trail of little marks
length, ‘* It’s all very queer," says near the label. May | go and follow
Rupert. “‘ How did the label get them?" Full of new hope, he
80 far from Jennifer's cottage? And dashes off and finds that the marks
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Hats—w h

for

with

uimining, tying-up with
turn to femininity.
Chiffon evening coats enveiope
the head like a foam bath or slip
slackly off the shoulders, weighed
down by the tremendous fullness |
in the back
Azalea (along with white) is the
most popular evening colour
romantic
embroidered organdie dresses
Feuillere,
has ordered from Dior a model of

Iso

ich started off the
season a8 plain as a schoolgirl’s—
are relaxing their severity
remains smart for informal wear
and the little white baku straw
trimmed with white satin camel-
lias—is perfect for the afternoon

women

an

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who

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sequin-

actress,

Pierre Jacy has solved the hair
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;know whether to wear it long or
extra-long

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° THe GAMBOLS B i
ricket ae - ME sh teense los Lelt Hander
/ A 1T RELY WAG FUNNY THE OIWIDEND was GIeHTE EGO exe CaLLed et a hewt « it
AND THEN IN THE NEXT AND SixPE NCE AND OFFICIAL AND ‘THEN ze 0 vVeVe? I
Race WHEN THE HOOSE ~ Ceieat AND NINE PENCE ME TO PUNCH HIS Note ' é ; Ww
B , OAve WENT UP TO THE i oo AND COMPLAINED THAN ‘ : , :
a e Tore TO CoUect HER €R.. Cue inécTe so 6 Vene'o GEN . b f
WINNINGS — DIDN'T YOu BFyaat taey @HouL0) {/ 7. SULT Fe Fy i » wit elegant
rs Pay HER TEN J— ery y ‘ : | indary off I
@ from pase 1 — ; | He had been slower
y i i pe but never looked
Worrell Responsible | . Valentine was soon brow






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world why these much boost 5 ead e i rt ee Sar
“world batsmen” should not ha\ THE DIWIDEND IAS 7% 4 fe iat a : sn | ef =
come at least as well. R nd| . 5 it x{PLug THe STAKE JNNY : AN t ; { | saat teal
Stollmeyer showed that this was) . ‘ od Ue, ° SAC ' ny a roubl
no impossible task. Fifty for ¢ 2 | t y iid
cpening partnership in a_ tea: Bb
such as ours should presage a eC
asy 300 s er rest \, ‘
Pee 4 4h England a deserving, century:
To my mind, Worrell ny © of hi reer =
than any one else is respons a rr? } a + Y wn
‘ a entine ¢ 3 OW!
for to-day’s poor showing. W | @ from page i “We know the difference be- mech space in the ! Pp Lead. > VW / } in tners had
out waiting for Weekes to | extent cur determination so tc tween honeyed words and good bul ur littl ‘ r ce ae | Saat A for
himse®f acclimatised, he swop-j| ¢ £0 ” faith—between professed and sin- What comment ther pr | aned the e
ped like a_ village cricketer % i ke f j al action cere solicitude. Those whom ‘< ( "Ake +33 ay ; @ from page ! the We
one from -Bob Berry and was}, Oo yy this last England cannot resist, she paci- ba sas ed Rightly eated two balls jater by t
stumped. This made Walcott* the a, rase es would say fies, Against those in her grip The Menchester Guardian say nary Nn np reas yy by Laker. Bailey took
incoming batsman, over cautious]js tha were con- ghe steels her heart. that the Government acted 1 t ; en it Ora 8 ‘ in getting role, and in-
as, indeed, was underst tinuing.” and adds: . : an * a eo ! re to 82, while the
had Clyde been free to p Gome referred 0 More Than Affluence “The: ae wnettinn of <— fa ine i ‘ a6 id : ‘ee thre I bn visited the
or in eee he would] the high prices paid “The English producet of eon — eo > r oak e Nealendninh Baw aban. thita, : turn 1e pa
1 ave dilly-dallied over a de-} sug; beet farmers. sugar, wh lives 2 fo BS PS a ne « 4, . ; a ; vilion
i ic it 1] ’ r sugar, who lives in comfort, is ile Gomez had Christiani and The { nt reached
pad A ete ee f hie Mt ag 12 Months’ Renewal paid a price which will secure ay 4 ace tp = limeyer in the slips with John- ce oes le Pon sy e Ex glands
eeces sis twas et 5 Prag fr ‘itt “seal be To-day. well-informed circles his vote at next election. The = D them by incurring “nritist sen, Weekes and Goddard form- ae ada ,
SUS eEes Rear ee say that the British Government powerful and independent Aus- met, ae Sere “ ” ing his leg trap. ~ Onee iin Valentine had taken
: has ied to renew for 12 tralians and South Africans fconem) ‘ seg eee : shes
2 ee - é . € 7 ‘a + heal ‘ x lu snours at the Manches
Johnson — Handicap nonths subsidy to the British given .more than they need. We would not hel hem»: Hutton Retires’ lier ground, and his bag of 8 for
Nor were the other batsmen Suf Beet Corporation after ex- The West Indian who would ; os Rcen os a ee cation In Jol I : re Record for the
i isting legrslation expires on consider half of the comfor tected that very s er n Johnson's fifth over,
without blame, Christiani should Scnensiol 10, 1950 : = ; aa ret mS Of uneconomic production might} took a rising ball on the ve es :
have been content to play the} V&CCâ„¢O enjoyed by the English labourer ~ idabl West Indies rane
role of silent partner vis-a-vis His Majesty's Government in- as more than affluence, must OR ea eligi ars sired BL igee as.fane, Puapfey JE to feg. He) wit be hour re-
Weekes: Weekes could well have tended originally to nationalise ¢arry on in the meagre condi- when the contracts have ended. was forced to retire, but resumed} fo Aand hus-
‘ialater ; ; the sugar industry but owing to ¢ ; sii ah ater after Evans was out or , :
resisted the temptation to hook : 7 tions which are a disgrace to ao ‘i. c ? . fled to e the batsmen a
a rising long hop outside his leg| '° election Poms, it was decid- the name of the British Empire ' Demands Change ase Edrich filled the gap. After} yo.te of the wicket, but opener
vat ¢ : not . . ; . ; * * pr ti sug r » l a > 1
stump; and Gomez need not have }ed that this should not be pro- To keep his undernourished body A fair pro ape ot as FAUST ea Renee ns in 37 minutes! Rae and Stollmeyer played solid-
underrated his rabbits to the ex-| ceeded with. from death when his main sup- be left for sale outside long term SORaElS Pie dsr with) ly and had scored 17 when stumps
tent of getting himself out un- Draft Reply port fails, he must appeal to the contract to allow for adjustmen en ne, thus bringing the young] were dr Bach batsman had 8
necessarily . The West Indian delegation British Treasury for a dole to changing demands. The ques-} * hander from the end from] io his er nd there the day
Fort : ly it t et on Thursday to consider His So be it — at least we know tion is not whether British guar-] Whieh he had wrought such hav 1 t ;
sane’ samch oad os eager is Not) drajesty’s Government's rejectio: where we are. We ktiow now antees should be raised, but] during the Lancashire mateh Vesterday’s Play ‘OU can’t be really fit un! aoe
trievable and I am still hoping} *)"/—*" » “ly = with whom we are dealing and hetl t not t t the] Johnson took two more overs ) 7 , » I { 3
, of their case yesterday, and to : whether is not too hig at tn ae mide vo S evel I esumed this morning mm ou’re clean iside. Not ‘ he
for viccory ate eis ve , ue shall fight this thing to the ¢49.900 tor the Government ] before giving way to Ramadhin | ine ither i Yardley called dont bation pri ihe a 7"
aE , } bitter end. The Jamaic fast bowler had : ' ~ firs ae aon Cx
The same bowlers have done The next meeting with the . : offers 0 Jamaican ast 20W ler a , i Holfic y bowl the first 5 J
well—far better than was ex-| British Gavishineits will take The delegation ae firm and The Financis] Times says that} bowled with fire and accuracy | over from the Manchester end, refreshing drink ; it takes good re SPs
pected. They will do better thi: lace on Wednesday, June 14. Mr — in their solemn re- the Government i srrect in avoid- | and was treated’ with the greatest leaving fast bowler Trevor Bailey of Inner Cleanliness too ! } x :
Mnings, for the wicket is not| James Griffiths, Colonial Secre- fiést Shaar ing extensiot purely bilateral} respect. teeters e Stratford attack Andrews does its health-giviag So Se
improving. But even if England) tary, who will be back from ; Se ,, agreements with the West Indies Ramadhin’s first delivery was] Stollmeyer helped himself to two woek in for stages. It cleans the mot Re
reach 300 again — which she| Malaya by them is expected to By “English producer of sugar,” which would hamper negotiations] loose and Edrich got him away to forceful on-side boundaries off Sea Re ‘
shouldn’t—I am looking to the) be present at this meeting. Gomes is presumed to refer ow of the international sugar agree he fine leg boundary but his| Bailey betor ss rdiey _ = settles the stomach, tones up ths liver, and
three W’s to redeem themselves Mr. Gomes, leader of the dele- eee ae t pec ment.” second and fifth completely beat; Essex fast bowler o! os, a a finally, gently clears the bowe!
+ . PS A the 7). ae . he Laket t ore Was oO ©
aay. Denne On anata La penll sean Tht Ma NE SIC" tion of the beet sugar subsidy has isto of uk ae ie ott itt Indias wi eae we om \ Jeffrey had 26 and Rae 9 Remember your Andrews when you wake
ay. Johnson’s muscle has been} > on Thursday . ate! 27 Plage + So emergence of unsaleable surplus e Indian was warmly appiat ; aa ae » : . Aten « » ‘ taeine
a very serious handicap. This i iumming up the general feel- —. kept strictly outside discus sugar in the world, and it ie} ed at the end of a first and most Si erhcg pa a te . oe ant 2 = noe ty ® any t a , rate 5
not the time to cry over split) ing of the delegates concerning The rejection of the West Indian regrettable but unavoidable that} /Mpressive over. E ‘ay and sent West Indian hearts the day, just take one teaspoontul in a Sass
milk and blame the selectors, but} His Majesty's Government’s sugar delegation’s case by the the West Indies should suffer ir In Valentine's next over Edrich ig of cold water to make a cooling, retreshing
he was sorely needed yesterday) reply U.K. Government was given the attempt to find a solution.” appeared to feel uncertainly f« . me after 45 mjnutes play drink.
afternoon as an effective change melt ne pitched on the off stump it) inic morning, when Stollmeyer
to Ramadhin when the new ball ipped the edge and Gomez toot



was taken. Bashisics Honours The King €. N., S. Fares comfortable catch in the slip L ce) tth nea ehice ak

e Surrey spinner had sent down
His injured side could not per- Confused vers for a siltgle run.

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mit him to bowl more than @ from page 1 return to the playing field. Two Lowered Joggart . t to be co Rae Ou

single over. Goddard tried | sisters—Ula a aria Straker re- Se Pree noc ea a 1 os Wr

= but Goddard i a 1 fast| booths and _merry-go-rounds. turned aed iad agceoun renpentaee: oe ae aren my ype Pa pte areas I eras r eel IDEAL FORM OF LAXATIVE ®

bowler. Again to-day his absenc faaar Tiam Fook and Syd Van jy, Louise Payne was third and MONTREAL CXt OVEE ous the ball ce —. oe ; peeaey GAD ane at aae

from the field had a serious effect r Hyde put on a programme of May Farley won a_ consolation A reduction in fares of per id the stumps. The first hour _s ie Daas tar aa ie data the ;

Walcott had to leave his pos tage dancing and comedy in the prize. cent on round voyages by the Can- elded 45 Dog rt getting aja od poe h bai sar ly ; 1 | i ees saidsininac timneabaciiaiesidic:

behind the wicket to do duty i and Small Island Pride, adian National Steamships to Brit- )-or-die boundary from a sweep hanes 0} art tandin ae ti

an opening bowler. 1 make noj| , Calyp easy entertained There was also a Pond Boat ish Guiana, South America, via leg off Ramadhin, followed i 8 ape <2 7 - ane eae

comment, but would draw atten-| te audience w ith popular num race, and this was \gon by Lionel Bermuda and the British West In-} Up with a neat late cut for an the ’ vk the Sanitary vuke werent Smoke To Your t

tion to the fact that his deputy m R are ‘ in af alabash,” the No. Bennett with the boat “Clipper.” dies, was ann: unced here to-day ; ‘our: ne yf ew RiOee ilu O| th in mere yi)

missed two stumps, Edrich and 1 Rog 1 March tune for this year’s Second, third, fourth, fifth and by V. E. Eke, passenger traffic Fifty was registered after 85) “pt bik ae abi thi i ‘ {it

Yardley. Edrich was in his twen-| ©@?™!V@! in Trinidad. sixth prizes were won by Chester- manager for the company. inutes play. "\Warrell ot mark with Heart 5 Deli ht ‘5

ties and Yardley just two, Think At Playing Field field Jordan (“Bomber”), G. ae The new fares are effective in The game proceeded peacefully |. "uneertain brace sous: Lake g i

what their dismissal would have - Nive 72 (“Pep”), Frank Jones (“Ape”), the Lady Rodney and Lady Nelson | until the score had reached 74) (), ‘ in leg trap, and on the

meant to our chances of victor} A big crowd turned up at tha Ss. Alleyne (“Sweet Boy”), H. Wil- from August 23 to ( % tobe r 21, ind} when Simpson, who had played| treng Sar enh =) ie strove. dialer we have a new stock of \
One very healthy sign im this) Princess Alice Playing Field to liams_ (“Jeepers”). ape Canaan Grurser Canadian | with assurance if without sparkle,’ )yought a third man into the : )

match has been the fielding. Not| wateh the Aquatic and Athletic 7 tase Challenger and Canadian Con- put one from Valentine into the) Gircic, This strategy did not work \ )

merely from the viewpoint of| Sports sponsored by the Electors’ Winner of the Fishing Boat Race, structor from June 1 to October| eapacious hands of Goddard at) and: Laker after bowling steadily

Class A was the boat “Windola.” 31. silly mid off

stopping or’ catching the ball.) Assoc Second was the “Albert”, whilé Mr. Eke said that the new fare : [to concede 20 runs in Ti overs

although these duties were well) danc



ation and to enjoy the free
to the music of C. B





i Sa | was displaced by Hollies, the later
. am airté 2 5s, asa rian rt third and fourth plag»s were won schedule for the Lady Rodney and " . : .
ee but from the spirit of aes ae ani Sees ae by “Atomic” and t. Doll” re- Lady Nelson will apply to passen- Doggai t Oul pa ee ste » — including —
; via entrants take off epectively, Fifth boat was “Unity ger sailing fror Montreal, Hali- Doggart was Valentine next os



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, aes d fax, Boston or Bermuda, and re rictim. He had attempted ariek Lae the last ball of Hollies first CLIFTON,” BRIAR, AYFAIR AND EVERDRY
Goddard has never so far set) day’s first event—the Marathon— turning to any of these ports. The } preez oie and | Jasty | over Stollmeyer got into his wicket ~~ siso —

a defensive field. And the attitude; run to Holder’s Hill, St. James and In Class B the results were second sch¢ ule of low fares in tl wt Fane as too a % ;| in an attempt to force the ball TOBACCOS Ny

te . as heen one thren t wer a distance a . . ae s S er § - wipe too many to . the ball} ha ct . : Saas be f S ri : \
at Gia net the et ae * TI ahs eer edge oo nerdt - “Clipper,” first; “Lady . Velma, Canadian ¢ er, Canadian Chal-}high to long off where Rae} nway on the on-site, Daves ys : FOUR SQUAKE, CAPSTAN, LOG CABIN, CLASSIC, }
the aarece ain: corti a aaa aha: (4 te ne Ae oe y + arding
: : a a none nn 1 wey care who ¢ id it in one haur, eight min- fourth, “Uline,” fifth, and “March are pplical 1 to sailing fror lac iecl ; , 3 } Frank hester finding © dite ully \\
Few have really tried, and those| utes. Second was J. Rowe who re- Giy],” sixth Montr or Halifax, returning tc Doggart hit five boundaries lin making a decision.74/2/43 {
few, notably Doggart, who tried| turned seven minutes after Hard- i “gy c t John, N.B Yardley joined Dollers ho had} SLO r had played a_ fine COLLINS’ DR UG STORES i
$ : = . By ; Ph aaa arse 7 Results of Class C were: “Sham- aint ’ ? ' . ove ¥ e 7 viv }
it in each innings, paid dearly| ing, The famous “Goot” was held porce”, first; “Mar Polo.” se R ott i had three uncomfortabie over pening inni and he had nov ia at haniidariiatlla }
for their temerity. to third place having done the LOPES eee on tie. ete ound voyage from Ramadhin before breaking| been afraid to use his feet to SSS SSS

: distatice in. ane hour, 1@.minutes ond; “Blue Nose,” third, “Baby Depending on the port of em-] his duck ey ae
| é ’ Bienes 16 ‘ naw { ”» Ss Ww “4 tuted -
As the position now tands,| Fourth man back was A. Ince who — fourth; | “Lady Violet,” parkation and return, a round vo The England captain did mn t ywed almost immed POL PPLELLLL LE LCL LLL LALLA LL AAAI

West Indians need: not give up| got back in one hour, 16 minutes, fifth; and “Rita.” sixth age on either — Lad, Radney oY Tlast long, He made a stupid fla jumped out,
hope. It lies entirely with our 30 seconds. Does fish make one stronget Lady vith f “by mo" 1 27 to 45} at one outside the off stump at iously and untorgivably t

" ¢ ay? nt a : e - . 7 \ fares & WwW as & a r 4 ' ‘ > e
batsmen and, to-day’s failure, not-| Hawkers too were competitors than meat does, or do fishermen ¢y4m Betrniide 4 75 Pia Bos. | 24ve Valentine his four h wicket! t next ball, the first of Berry's +
withstanding, they can do it. We) at these sports. They raced over a eat more and butchers most fish? ton: $384.75 from Halifax; and | \ hen Gomez brought off a beautl er, missed completely and was or
must do it, for England is playing | distance of three miles Starting eat most meat and butchers most ¢479 95 from Montreal The Lee- | {Ul cateh at second slit O56 8 | ut ped when the ball ricochetea
this match without Compton or | poi ; the playing field, and fish? Whatever is the answer, the woarqd and Windward Islands the ball into the air and taking} from the pads of a much sur-

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it now, when shall we? Bush Hill, down Bay Street and between the two. for these shij ation also united to dismiss Doller he grim burden. He was quick in Brown or Bl: ag x
f ship: . = rin 1 J . own or
, The Canadian Cruiser, Canadtc when the score had reached 85 off the mark with two clean Sizes 11 oi $3 i. %
Challenger and Canadian Co and it was left to Evans and Bails iaracteristic wee to the fine Sizes 2— - 83 15 3
structor, modern counterparts of | to defend dourly until lunch, \jee poundary off Berry But the ee ee 2
| the company's former vagabond when the score was 5 short of the l pell had not ended TaN“ 4 “ %s
| cruise hij ti ike about five weeks} hundred after two hours of|,,q4 Walcott after an impressive DRESS SHOES x
ito complete their voyages on the | struggle against good spin bowl-| quarter of hour attempted aly %
| Canadian-West Indies trade run|ing on a helpful wicket ensive half cock shot to one of % in Patent, Brown or White »
b eed ‘inte + + . ‘ *
| with occasioni l calls at Martinique \ breaks which turned more x Sizes 11-1, $3.40 per pair oS
j and Guadeloupe in the French After Lunch ; th tsman inticipated % oe ys
West Indies. The new low fare 2 bales gers wans|@ Alse : 8 , Ti %
f é . : : gave Bvt Also Receiv et ; AAs e .
| for vovages in these vessels are The hundred came at the nd the ¢ e, and at eve % * aved SHOE POLIBH 10¢. per Tim 2
’ ‘ . crhns at be da the tumps a simple catcn, 1% 1. - wt > ‘ %
If 50 i it Montreal and $423 6 Oa nie Pag ho when both | behi At , } ¥ x SUEDE CLEANER in Black or Brown !6c 2
rom ahfax. alle anc aico were beuter ; io *. <
: en smain- 1% P ‘ —
| {by one of Ramadhin’s spinner Christiani and Weekes remaln= | BATA LIQUID WHITE 20c., FLOOR POLISH 36c, — &
| . j}and four byes were donated t i together for sometime % %
| Dr. Sixpavreens \the England total Slow Climb x *
| \ ‘The uew ball was taken at 138] It had been low climb] ¥%
| LONDON after Bailey and Evans, batting| taking two hour twenty minutes ‘ ~
Meet the British Me 11 Asso-|resourcefully, had added 50 in} but n cket and against ~ *
| ciatior version of Dr. Super m.. as many minutes. The slow bowl wii hict vas never loose; >
According 32 medical men’ er figures then read Vailentine| it od could be ex- | 5 ¥
land women reporting trie|28—8—54—6, Ramadhin 25—4—| pect % THE BRITISH BATA SHOE CO., LTD. %
|}B.M.A. only suct man ¢ | 56—0. The Kent stopper greetec Christ had in early life Ys ” y
| possess all the qualities desirable, Johnson's first delivery with a] v he rove Berry hard ee PEPPER PEE PLP LLL’
in a family full blooded clout to the long off| uppish « istant between Dog- a)
The qualit re boundary, but was not so happy | gart i Yardley standing clos ericaiet
Tact, wisdo tience, discre-| for the remaining five deliveric | the offside. Yardley ite
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U gentler Gomez took over from Valentine | ¢ ot } hand to it but fail-|
| TTURess,, SOU pare ce but the fast men were ineffee vd t ' Rats Woul aa THE STANDARD VANG VARD
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pena ee ee u with scant respect, Goddard thet Lur was taker vith the
Le eed Bate er, €@N 4) tried himself in place of Johnson | Christiani 1 Weeke
Poteee eee eee erick classes,|and in his second over Evans} 1 Berry took three for twenty
quailty: Bt. 8 ee luke Of |peached a most valuable 50,|t twelve over 1 most
| garbage: man ; made in good style at a time of | ' ent inte Test
i I idition to tk 0" ule | crisis. | ¢ ' }
| pe ct 1 ound medica k i a 1
Bi | ledze i t io patient, | The situation had never over | Poe s ating es diciciad
| | practical work, an » apply sciers- awed him and he batted freely ber iead 1a¢ omen sata °
meth e1 on, d - quite untroubled by the calami Lert Arcee rg roll d Or al
1, n tion, selection, diagnosis and| ties which had gone before. | * ‘ ff of ‘ Ho a cae Heiss
| decision | Goddard soon brought back} om © Weenies battled abevges
‘ay General pratice dem: : Valentine, but the bowling) % & Se ee mounted
a. racti ; , ing ' | changes did not trouble the bats ow! Berry had bowled six
| | ee ro | men and the partnership had vers for four ee when Chris
j ; ( : } | oe yielded 100 runs after just over] tian! jun into him twice to
Specially designed for Barbados, this ch of his home Li |" Scr aad a boa ma gee Me an: “Ay
peek ne eee xe Rescued England long ¢ boundary in his seventt . 7 UPDY steal
|S a teen and pevmaue to FOP | , gon boundary in his sever'? 4 THe RAMILY CAR—POPULAR EVERYWHERE
> | These two had rescued E es, I f svon J )
brown brogue is now on sale in caagha or | These two had rescued Eng Ov Wee tod the following
\â„¢| And the sti: the t near sectability and the lou from Hollies. But this was J . very ail of the
the leading stores See th m f lf if The w he marrit aaa tron i cs 4 7h decits brivht flarne before the can- Up-to-date in every detail of their design, luxuriously
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| ons sacrifice.”—LN.S. land showed how much the hop¢ r Christiant was rapped on é e to nd
{ | | of the country were no “ntred |! p by ferry and returned eas Britain’s « ‘ d
‘maae Dy 12 SACKED FROM [on ‘their progré Ji the pavilion Ibw for 17 with pore tian sg gr
. { ‘ ‘ “ 146. 5 aivsman ip na Ue Ly
as The 200 mark w passed t € t ,
DOCK YARDS 1E pulled Goddard hard to| Weekes 50 ,
| | A cablegrar received ee {the on boundary making it 107 | He had beer batting confi-| See th: P? 19350 Models om Show at {
/ Ha ir nd Shipping Depart-| funs cored since lunch in 100] dentl ithough he failed to fill )
| oe ent est ted t 2! minutes, the 200 taking 220 t e of a pure defender and Ny
} badian v krne e tk n | utes The West Indie capt et W ‘ io the seoring. Go- 1 {
to the nd f Bermu 5 Y gave Ramadhir ial f | ez came in and sent up 150 with | CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) LTD. }
’clock this evening by the “Gold| the end at which Vale e hac r “gift” fe from a short pitched | i ae — - STREET $
r ce | proved iy! uecess/ul Ja | from Hollies, whose last two PHONE 4264 oot TRAFALGAR STREET i}
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another factor could be that the) What you fancy does you good” Webb, after . Tins LETEONA PEACHES 5%. We, *
high prices charged in Bermuda} three months in office, is more popular than y
be placed end to end, it might be
I refuse to be deterred from do not welcome what they regard far more dependable and in the| lik hi od-] : .
: oe : @ rives lik ; -looking, honest
dabbling in statistics as one of as an invasion of their personal . “obi . » econ.{ Housewives like t 18_g0 5s
eek ead eed te ie i C ; cone tone Shere bebe te Sean and somewhat blunt 45-year-old Yorkshire-
figures published in the Advocate the island is already over- |
cf June 2nd by the Chamber of crowded, but a little thought given The climate of Barbados is a
In 1948 imports were more than [t would be reasonable to esti- NOthing to keep up, like the} Mrs Britain’s shopping basket has not
double exports and in 1949 about

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
LONDON.
FOOD M:NISTER Maurice “a little bit of
It has been said that if all the os ‘. ‘
statisticians in the world could By RE. Smythies ; r Packs. TABLE JELLIES 18 ibe
it and Nassau pricing themselves} any controller of the nation’s larder can reas- acks, Ty: st JELLIES .. 18¢. ie.
a good thing. Be that as it may, “Bajans’’ make it clear that they out of the market. Settlers are onably expect to be.
my minor hobbies, and so I found paradise, c
much interest in the facts and mar, who when he took office in March prom-
ised to take them into his confidence and
i i i 4 i > We i le F a ES ~ - '
Commerce. | One striking feature to the statistics of the case does priceless usset that cannot be ex-| Gespilc difficulties give them “a little bit of me i
is the very large excess of imports indicate that the idea of settlers ported, but it cannot be exhausted| what they fancy. i R O R S
over exports year after year. should not be too lightly dismissed. °r depleted either, and costs} « " \
‘ bathing beaches. The * * am } }
couples + y nis-| §{
50% greater ; from Canada would bring about Such as water supply, electricity, | become - “the Minis meee ver See v sin. Bevs }
The question naturally arises as g million Canadian dollars to the Medical and dental facilities are| tration in the inistry o oO ere i

mate that 200 elderly amenities |

TRIPLE—2 Patterns—',in. & “4in. Bevetled

































reports that have come through on the , ~ ; 22 in. x 16in x
1 : 4 5 et ra dis : to where the difference comes jsland yearly, apart from any ‘e!*tively good, if not quite up to] have been a record number of concessions! »
abours of the Sugar Delegation. The last from, and one answer is probably capital ‘sums needed to buy or eee = ae Sy, peere penp S| aad .he irksome “points” portion of the | 24in. x 18in. \
: P sas . . , . : a a fould come ve here if some of . ; e ; , i
release is to the effect that the British Gov- the income from investments out- build homes, which some of them aa drawl rites i : = : oo ot) vatic ning system has been abolished afte: ‘yin, & i ! Hi
side of the island, while another would naturally do. It would not ay ee ye ee Emenee okey Bue 2 a he siete ss 50 in. x 16in '
ernment has refused the demand for a ; nichts the toitta® aacarethar ‘ as duplication of income tax, Cus-| €-ghy and one-half years. nh
, : Is no doubt the tourist industry, be wise to use good sugar land ton; duty on household effects, | ee ° ' i
guaranice for an increased amount. The about which latter item there has for residence purposes, but non- gn the f. eling thot thay de tok! , 60 n. x 18 in, iM
British Government are sticking to their |" ¢Y Deen Ss» much publicity arable land can make perfectly wjcome. We are taxed here as} © --pril 23 Webb took canned meat, can- | BR He MG Re te Oe, v
ae are sucking +0 ter fren one source and another ldi ; d could tk centhnbed walsh, . Moucicke tc rh eel Se a : ds ff “noints’ | 24in- x 1in. { pase ih
Sarr £ : r good building sites, and cou hu" residents end by Canada as non-{ nod nwik, canned beans and suet off “point: CHROMIUM PLATED MIRRO2 MOVEMENT '
ofter of 640,000 tons. Mr. Morrison’s remark {t has seemed remarkable to be made to produce far more in- re: and the total is some-} ivi cut the number of points p pines ty ee RERLEX HINGES _ ('
in the House of CoOmmens some months ago _ that no 1 rg = been me * come and steady, year-round w! onerous. Probably ani, atio. book from 24 to 16. (Under th> o bee een Ht
see a P . of the income at comes herc employment, per acre, than the ag-cemoent could be arrived at to] : cen re cds Sad » SR Pp KS be an 38 1 4 ins »
r We al é ars . oneal ’ » . ; ; Z . vste arce > wer ren point MIRROR PLATES — *, in., 1 in. 1 ins., 144 ins »
that the British offer was final apprat 5 to fro people who may be classed pest sugar land in the island, al'oviate this duplication if the| § 2 ystem scarce foods were given poin MIRSOR SLATES > 34 Be. 1 te. 134, ies. ee }
have been the fixed ‘policy of the United as settlers, meaning folk from allowing an everage of, say, one 2 Government took the| Valucs). .The butter ration was increase VITROLITE TABLE TOPS — 24 Ins. diam. Y
Kingdom government England, Canada, the U.S. and gore per household, and steady ini‘iative in asking for it. I have| irom four to five ounces a week, bacon cui| } i
F : eee Bree noe employment for at least 3 per- hei from @ number of — :..1n {ve to four ounces and one pound sugar |} ‘a »
here ane whose incomes are ns. Would a 200-acre sugar in inaca, ing akout living} ad ie . x
7 oe ear io see : derived from sources outside re " ; ; anak ore s cor it s here but 1 all baulk | 4924S sranted fer 20m making. )
All West Indians know the issues involv- eee ; han st be Plantation bring an income of one the double taxation which js| On May 2 Webb lifted the 70 cent ceiling |; i}
1 and have shown that suderde tte Barbados, I think there must be million Canadian dollars to the &t the gow ed an nave shown at sugar is a matter enough of us here now to make island, or give year-round em- not to be wondered at ‘on restaurant meais whic meant more If i
that cuts across political differences and is aig a a Sere ae ployment to 600 people? Ido not some young Barbadians go to} Variety. x Successors to i
: : 1e economy, and incidentally one think so. Taivesalts e. : + werabn )
vi ) e welfar 25 ie aati , . § JIniversity in Canada and receive 3 ‘ i {
ital to the future we e of all West In that is more dependable ae ine Some Barbadians who are higher education largely at the On May 19 Webb ended points rationing S PITCHER & CO. LTD. \
dians. Not many West Indians will be able _ | tourist ee dee on eo 4. heavily interested in the sugar expense of the Canadian taxpay-] anq announced that from early June the ? : .
to share the continued optimism of Mr to vagaries of the weather, as is business, seem to think that any ers, as the fees they pay cover only eget ld f $y: conte Dial 4472 & 4687 “ BECKWITH STORES
ms , 2 ; the sugar crop, or these long- other business, even tourists, wili a fraction of the cost of the tuition] Meat ration would go up from 21 ¢ a \
Gomes. Too often has the British Govern- | drawn-out wrangles with London jecessarily interfere with sugar, received. Some of them stay in] week to 23 cents by the addition of two cents

about the price or quantity, which }44 7 really believe there is nc Canada and take up careers full
seem undignified at best. foundation for their fears. If of promise in a land of great re-
The point is that this income sugar is the only important in- Sources and small population, and
from settlers could be enlarged dustry, it must in the final analy- therefore good prospects for am-
considerably if desired, and with- sis provide support for the popu- Litious youngsters. om the ee
out any expenditure of public or lation, whereas diversification of ange - a eaerl BN ae aie
private funds for advertising or the economy will relieve sugar C@reers storia Recuia. Se tone
building hotels or other purposes. of some of the load. The tourist bbocbag eter, ae Favour of Partnticn
I can speak best about Canadians industry is all very well and can fr ’ J i aieniat
; ‘ : es : om the economic viewpoint. One
in this connection, and I know be an asset, but it is subject cannot help feeling that Barba-
that many of us when we reach to the whims of a fickle public and dians who are opposed to both
retiring age stand to benefit can change like fashions in ladies touriate ond settlers have not
greatly in health by residence in hats. I hear that Bermuda and weighed the pros and cons care-
a warm climate. In the past many the Bahamas have had a rela- fully, or considered the very great
Canadians have gone to live in tively poor season and are WOn- need for some diversification of the
Florida or California, but that is dering why. One reason could economy of the island. The oppor-
not possible now owing to cur- be that Americans have discover- tunity to encourage settlers to
rency restrictions, whereas our ed their own State of Arizona as come here certainly exists, if Bar-
dollars seem to be welcome in the a winter resort and the business bados wants to take advantage of
sterling area, even if some there has been booming, while it.

ment said that the delegation was wasting
their time by coming for further talks. Now

the Colonial Office statement has said that
they will return empty handed.

worth of corned beef.

From June 1 whipping cream will be on
sale for the first time since before war. But
the tea ration will be cut on July 16 from
214 ounces a week to 2 ounces.

It was right that all avenués should have
been explored and the thanks of the people
of the West Indies will go to the members
of the delegation for their efforts. The time
is however long past when an alternative
should be sought. Britain has shown that
it cannot be relied upon to help the colonies
when doing so would affect the pockets of
the British people. Those who have claim-

Goods freed from points include cookies,
syrup, rice, imported dried fruits and im-
ported tinned fruit and fish. Private traders
can now import canned meats which should
mean new varieties, including tinned ham.

Housewives are by no means satisfied with
the quantity, quality and variety of food
today but they believe Webb is trying hard,
They appreciate that he is not making big
promises only to break them.

GORGONZOLA CHEESE ante per 5 $1.20
DANISH CHEESE .....
MANX OYSTER STOUT
CHIVERS RASPBERRIES ......
LADY DANE STRAWBERRIES

WHILE THEY
LAST! |

ed that the British were using the colonies
to maintain the English standard of life
have ample ammunition in the outcome of
the sugar negotiations.

The standard of West Indian life will not
be raised through British understanding or
British aid. West Indians must look to
themselves and their own endeavours for
any amelioration of their present plight. It



“This is a solemn occasion,
This day will go down in his-

ta git : : : tory!” Thus cried Mr. Garner in when he stated that the reduc- did not hesitate to show his in-| Maurice went on to become political cor-

is still possible that other countries will the House of Assembly last Tues- tion in the number of members dignation that such implications,| respondent for the Daily Herald and before

contract to buy West Indian sugar. All day during the course of a lively necessary to make a law might by tee “who pres iinnhs his election to Parliament in 1945 he was a
speech on the Bill to grant adult well induce more members to supports the Government” should ‘ : 7 sid

future efforts should be devoted to that suffrage in Barbados, While, at attend meetings, and to attend be aired on the floor of the House. columnist for the Daily Express. He had

end. Negotiations should be undertaken
immediately with Canada in an effort to
secure a contract with that great Dominion.
There will, however, be great difficulties in
the way of such an agreement. Due to the
control policy imposed on these islands by
Britain, trade with Canada has practically
stopped. If Canada undertakes to buy West
Indian sugar it would be reasonable to ex-
pect that Canada would require that the
West Indies should in return buy more
goods from that country.

times, Mr. Garner's speech sug-
gested more of the pulpit than
the floor of the House, and des-
pite a strong tendency to stress
and deplore the lack of educa-
tional facilities currently pre-
vailing rather than the actual
issue at stake, there was no doubt
that while his oratory and violent
gestures provoked some laughter,
the speech had most members
and spectators, enthralled. He
implored Government to give im-
mediate attention to the urgency
of making the benefits of educa-
tion available to all, stating that
“when you educate people, you
set them free”, Unfortunately,
history, and recent history at that,
has shown that this is not always
the case, but Mr. Garner’s mean-
ing was clear enough.

Would control policy allow such a quid
pro quo? If the policy which has been
adopted in the past is any criterion it may
well be that the West Indies will again find | ¢4. the reduction of a quorurn
their efforts baulked by the interests of the | from 12 to 9, and the abolition
British industrialist who now has a safe |! property qualification for

: ; r membership of the General As-
and certain market for his goods, irrespect- | sembly, produced considerable
ive of the quality.

The Bill, which also provided

discussion before it was passed.
The reduction of the quorum from
12 to 9 did not find favour with
the Opposition side, only Mr.
Garner, after a little side chat
with the Leader of the House,
voting in favour of the reduction.
The Government’s attitude on this,
ably expressed by Mr. Adams,
was that a fifty percent atten-
dance for a recognized quorum
was unique in world legislation
Mr. Adams pointed out that the
membership of the British House
of Commons totalled 600,
but a mere 49 constituted a
quorum, With the House of As-
sembly meeting but once a week,
the Senior Member for St.
Joseph thought it deplorable that
valuable time should be wasted
by the shackles of a fifty percent
|; quorum requirement. However,
it was, I think, Mr. Lewis who
really “hit the nail on the head”

It would be as well for the sugar dele-
gates to obtain while in London a ruling on
this matter. They might as well hear the
worst. Can these islands make agreements
with dollar countries which will probably
require the West Indies to buy more from
them, or are these islands to carry on as
best they can with the little that has been
given by the Imperial Government?

The future of these islands may well rest
on the answers given to these questions.
Likewise the continuation of the much-
vaunted West Indian loyalty may depend

on those answers.



DOOR

Hy Lee Wade

them earlier! This produced con-
siderable applause from the Gov-
ernment side, and some wry
smiles from the opposite seats.
A short speech from Mr. Mapp
included a warning, to beware on
the evils of corruption seeping
into the methods of obtaining
votes. Wholesale bribery, Mr.
Mapp pointed out, has occured in
other parts, and “I am afraid,
and I issue warning, that some-
thing of that sort is likely to
happen here”. Strict scrutiny of
pre-election campaigns, perhaps
better named as party advertis-
ing, would seem to be the means
of dealing with these dangerous
possibilities.

The general opinion of the
House was that the introduction
of adult suffrage had berg long
overdue, and, in view of tJis, it
was rather surprising that the
Bill took up as much time as it did

Goat Pasture—36c. a Month

The Executive Committee now
have the power to lease Govern-
ment lands without the necessity
of passing a special Act, the main
objective, as explained by Mr.
Adams, being that the work on
playing fields could proceed with-
out unnecessary hinderance,

Mr. Allder, who appeared to
somewhat embarrass the Execu-
tive with one or two ticklish ques-
tions, stated that he had heard
that the Barbados Turf Club paid
but 48 cents a year for the use of
the Garrison Savannah, whereas
a peasant had to pay that figure
a month for a cow, and 36 cents
a month for a goat, sheep or calf,

Mr. Lewis fell into the bad
books of Mr. Adams when he
urged care in the leasing of lands
and recommended some time limit
on leases. Mr. Adams, presum-
ably, took this as a suggestion
that refarious deeds were plan-



PUSHING AN OPEN

ned,

Harrison

his

might be connived, by
members of the Executive, and

Agriculture

A Bill to amend the Depart-
ment of Science and Agriculture
Act, 1925, was also passed, with
the result that the responsibility
of teaching science now passes to
College instead of the
Department of Science and Agri-
culture, Mr, E. K, Walcott asked
namesake in the Executive
whether or not courses in Agri-
cultural Science were still held at

started




Harrison, and, if not, whether it

wouldn’t be a wise move to re-
introduce such, Mr. F.
was unable to reply to this query,
have since been able to
ascertain that such courses have
now been discontinued for at least
There are five science
masters at Harrison, one of whom
is
Department, and all of whom are
paid by the Department. But no
courses in agricultural science. It
would seem reasonable to suppose
that such courses may be resumed
in the near future, for, as Mr.
Keith Walcott stated, a country
which depends so much on the
produce of the land for survival
has urgent need of such instruc-
When these courses were
run in the past, diplomas were
awarded for successful candidates,
and the re-introduction of this
system should prove a stimulant
agriculturally minded

but

a

tion.

to
student.

Trees Advance

The bounty for the planting of

Walcott

Happy-go-lucky Webb has the human
touch. Housewives smiled when he promised
never to mention the word “calories.”

Webb has come a long way since his mar-
riage to gentle, motherly Mable Hughes
eighteen years ago. Incidentally they haven’t
yet had a honeymoon. Maurice had just
in the propaganda office of the
Socialist Party after making his mark as a
youthful speaker and agent in the Midlands.

done considerable broadcasting for the Brit-
ish Broadcasting Corporation.

He did not become a minister without ad-
ministrative experience for from 1946 to 1949
he was chairman of the
Labour Party.

A courageous man, this political journalist
and broadcaster turned minister, has com-
pletely overcome the tragic disability he
suffered four year ago when his right leg
had to be amputated.

For 15 months he lived under sentence of
death, not knowing whether the poison from
his leg had spread. Today, because an artifi-
cial limb cannot be fitted properly he still
walks with the aid of crutches or a stick.

Webb, his wife, and 15-year-old son Harry

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employed by the| live in a modest home in Pinner, Middlesex,

just outside London. The family’s six chick-
ens are “doing fine and producing 12 eggs a
week.”’ Mable’s favourite dish is an omelette
but Maurice, who has just increased the meat
ration, prefers cold roast beef.

Maurice has a bedroom set aside at Pinner
as a work room, where he keeps his books
and papers and does his writing. He has just
taken up painting but “I don’t get much time.
I find it very relaxing though.” He is a
wizard at darts and speech-making.

Britain’s Minister of Food is an avid reader
and the walls of his room are lined with

opproved trees has now been in-| ation,
creased from six cents to a whole

fifteen cents, The increase resulted
from a suggestion by the Legisla-
tive Council,
reasoned that six cents was hardly

sufficient a stimulant to likely
planters.





OUR READERS SAY:



To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—I see so much being done
for boys and men, but very little
for women and girls. I cannot
see why some woman with a
pioneer spirit cannot start a drive
for a young Woman’s Christian
Association. I keep seeing this
before my eyes, lighted brightly
and the letters flashing their mes-
sage to you young girls; many
poor girls in this town would be
so glad to meet and exchange
views, and get clean entertain-
ment, and many fine looking
young women left as a gem of
purest ray, serene, to be kept in
the background, and without hope
of ever advancing. Some resort to
degraded morals, having no means
or money and no proper company.
More should be done for young
women, and many who have
mothers whom they esteem, could
come forward, and help to elevate
women and have the future
mothers of Barbados protected.

I am throwing out an appeal to
someone somewhere who will an-
swer the call to help women, and
establish such by a Young Wo-
men’s Christian Association in the
island of Barbados

CONCERNED MOTHER

Start A Drive For

Congratulations

To the Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—Kindly allow me through
your co'umns to extend my con-
gratulations to Capt. C. E. Raison
who has just been included in the
Birthday Honours, as a Member
of the British Empire.

I am sure there are many who
will agree with me that the Cap-
tain has merited such an honour,
not only through the develop-
ment he has brought to the band,
but the voluntary assistance
rendered to the community on
divers occasions,

Those whe were privileged to
listen to the band on the parade
morning at the Garrison, must
surely come to the conclusion that
the band is both well organized
and up to the standard of effici-
ency ”

Again, I heartily congratulate
the Captain on his well merited
honour and hope we may be
favoured with his service in this
island for many years to come

L, B. CLARKE
1950,

June 9,



Peace

To The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—I would like to answer
“Over-sensitive school boy’s” let-
ter, which I think very well
written, as the modern world
today is workings to cut noise as
much as possible, and having
noise-proof offices built, Still 1
would not call a place rowdy,
because it was noisy. Very often
many of us have to live wherever
our means afford and great
geniuses have been produced even
from the slums. Both writers, one
for noise and one against seem to
be impressing readers on the
many comforts they have, but
there is nothing to be compared
with a quiet peaceful atmosphere,
however humble, to live in.

Those who love noise, and make
others @isagmeeab’Ye, should be
punished. The mechanism of the
human frame, like that of a
watch, is definitely impaired by
noise, Noise belongs to the c@vil,
and some people like to belong to
him, perhaps without intention

Let us seek peace however, and
try to make the world a better



which apparently

books. His taste runs mainly to non-fiction-
historical essays and biography, and he makes
a special study of books on Antarctic explor-

Maurice has definite ideas about his job.

“T want to be very frank with the house-
wives. They have really had a hard time-—
all of them, of all classes. It is my hope to

lift a little of the load.”—(I.N.S.)



place for all to live in, for Jesus
was the Prince of Peace.

ANTI-NOISE.

Agreed
To the Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—In your article “Road
Safety", I see a very good sum-
ming up of Col. Michelin's address
to the conductors and drivers, and
I agree with every thing said in
that article, >

I also make a plea for our con=
ductors and drivers for higher
wages and supply uniforms, and
vaincoats; perhaps I am wrong,
but these men look neglected to
me and as their work is so nerve
racking, it is no wonder they are
sometimes impolite The Bus
Company needs more and better
“upervision, that is, a man on the
Bus to see that good conduct pre-
vails. Why should a poor driver
and conductar do so much, when
his hands are full, and I hope his
stomach also.

Women

better lightei Bridgetown, to
avoid accidents and crime.

INTERESTED BARBADIAN.

Shows

To The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—May I _ be _ permitted
through this medium to lodge a
very strong protest against the
type of stage shows which for-
eigners are allowed to come here
and present to the people of Bar-
bados at certain cinemas in this
island to-day

It is my conviction that the time
is come for the Commissioner of
Police to take active steps to con-
wel this type of entertainment
which tends to lower the morals
of an already very low commun-
ity. The fact that these shows
are put over to packed houses does
not justify their continuance.

A strict check by a group of
censors appointed by Government
is the only remedy The public
will then be assured of decent
entertainment value for their
money

CINEMA FAN

Two Streams

The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Please allow me to ex-
press my feelings caused by the
incompletion of the Newton Road
at St. Elizabeth’s Village, St.
Joseph.

There are two streams of water
running across this road which
make it almost impassable when-
ever there is a heavy downpour
of rain, This is due tu lack of
proper tunnels or wells to receive
this water.

It is now three years since this
road was constructed and resi-
dents are complaining about it
up to this present day, and noth-
ing has been done to improve the
condition.

I am asking the Commissioner:
of Highways to see that something
is done in order to relieve thx
residents and the general public
from such discomfort.

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SATURDAY, JUNE 10,

1950



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Five More Spectators Take a Hand

Speedster
Stopped

on (Bank-

Thursday

Hoilf@ay ) used the speeding
offcnee* ve increased by five
Five rn t were charged vita
excee ; speed limit, and
one 1 faciin Oo s a
Major K pe ree

One ist also was charged
for ri ing a bicycle without a
lighs
V," TREVOR GALE, Adver-

4 tising Manager of the
Advocate Co. Ltd., will lead a
discussion on “Advertising” at the
Y.M.C.A. to-night.

HE MOBILE CINEMA will

give its final performance for
the week at Boscobel School pas-



ture, St. Peter, tonight for the
benefit of residents of the Boscobel
area.

During the week only three
performances were given The
current programme is Cossack

current programme Cossack
Horsemen,” “Trooping the Colour,
“This is Britain—38,” “Hill Sheep

is



Farm,” Motherhood,” ‘East
African College.” and “British
News.”

HE LUSS UF A QUANTITY
of cutlery valued

$27.88 is
reported by Catherine Cummins
of Black Rock. She stated that

the cutlery was removed from the

Red Lion Shop, Baxters Road,
sometime during the month of
Mey. It belongs to James A
Tudor.

DASH

oars BISHOP OF
GAP, St. Michael, reported
that his joiner’s shop was broken
and ent¢.od between Monday and
Tuesday and a quantity of tools
valued $32 were removed.

Ae ee



3 RHODE ISLAND

hatched at Sta-







tion Hi: le lay. Otherwise
norma!, the chicken only has two
indenta ions «here eyes > usually
fou I ame of one of six
eg wh ilan Callender had
put to hatch, All six chickens
are hearty, the eyeless one,
though hand-fed, eating with
equal gusto.

This is the first brood that
Callender’s Rhode Island has
hatched. He intends to give the
eyeless one special attention.

OSTERS BY SCHOOL CHILD-

REN will be on view at the

Museum from Tuesday, June 13
for two weeks.

The posters were submitted for
the Barbados League of Empire
Competition and were cesigned to
attract tourists,

OTOR CAR M_ 1552, owned
by Albert Wiggins of Airy
Hall Land, Station Hill, and driv-
en by Rudolph Yarde of Jackmans,
overturned in a gutter after being
involved in a collision on Water-

ford Road at about 8.45 a.m. on
Thursday.
Also involved was the motor

car S 224, owned by Lilian Cum-
berbatch of Fitts Village, St.
James and driven by McDonald
Dottin of Government Hill

The right front fender of S 224
and tke right front and rear fen-
ders of M 1552 were damaged.

WO BICYCLES WERE IN-

VOLVED in an_= accident
along Goodland Road at about
8.30 p.m. on Thursday and both
were damaged.

One was owned by Joseph Bar-
row of Clevedale Road, Black
Rock and ridden by Angiers
Wharton of Deacons Road and the
other owned and ridden by Henry
Holdibb of Pinders Gap, Westbury
Road.

HE BUMPER OF MOTOR
CAR X 430, owned by John
Cheltenham of St. David’s Road,
Christ Church and driven by Wil-
fred Cordeau was damaged in an
accident at the junction of Broad
and High Streets on Wednesday.
Also involved was motor car
S 2, owned and driven by Mr
P. H. Tarilton of Paynes Bay, St
James. The left front fender of
this car was damaged.
BICYCLE AND A CAR were
involved in an accident at
the junction of Welches and Fair-
field Roads at about 2.15 p.m. on
Thursday. ;
The car was owned and driven
by Jeffrey Russell of Navy Gar-
dens, Christ Church while the
bicycle was owned by Albert
Nightengale of Watts Village and
ridden by Victor Hill of My Lord’s
Hill. The front wheel of the
cycle was damaged.

ISS E. P. SMITH, senior assis-
tant of St. Giles’ Girls’
School, has been appointed Head
Teacher of St. George’s Girls
School. She succeeds Miss Aimey,
who has retired. Miss Smith will
take up duties from June 16,



PROMPT ATTENTION

In the “Advocate” of the 7th
June, a statement was made
that a customer at DaCosta &
Co., Ltd., had to wait an undue

time before receiving change at
a certain counter. ‘
DaCosta

The Management of
& Co., Ltd., have investigated
this alleged “undue yaiting,”
and have informed _ the
“Advocate” that the account in
the “Advocate” of 7th June is
exaggerated.

The “Advocate” is sorry, for
the inconvenience caused _ to
Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Ltd..

owing to the publication of this
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In Judging

Ring Rally

He NumBeR or sreepy Shown Good Points of Cattle and Sheep

THE DEPARTMENT of Science and Agriculture held

th
grounds of
afternoon,

the Boys’

second island wide Annual Judging Ring Rally on the
Foundation

School on Thursday

Fifty one young men and women comprising 17 parish
teams ef three members each competed in judging either
two rings of dairy cattle or two rings of mutton sheep and
gave reasons for their placing.

A very large number of people

attended the Rally. Hon'ble G. B
Evelyn presided and at the con-
clusion, distributed the prizes
Silver Cups
In the dairy cattle class, the
winners of the Silver Challenge
Cup were the St. Thomas team

witn 449 points out of a possible
540 Individual prizes went to
Jean Burke of St. Thomas with
167 points, Gladstone Haynes, St
Joseph with 166 and Vernon Gib-
son of St. Thomas with 163

In the mutton sheep class, the
Silver Challenge Cup was award-
ed to St. Peter with 465 points out
of a possible 540. Individual
prizes,were won by Leslie Lewis,
St. James who received 175 out
of 180 points, Percy Yearwood, St

Peter 165 and Neville Lewis, St
Lucy 165
The gift awards in each class

consisted of highly bred live young
stock. The first prize was a Brit-
ish Alpine doe kid, the second
prize—a young sow (large black
Berkshire) and the third prize—
a black belly ewe lamb.

Judges

The judges in the dairy cattle
division were Dr. M. B. Proverbs,
Government Veterinar Officer
and Mr. J. C. Hotchkiss, Assistant
Adviser on Agricultural Education
attached to Colonial Development
and Welfare, while in the mutton
sheep clé the judges were Mr
A. G. Seale, Secretary of the Bar-
bados Stock Breeders’ Association
and Mr. P. B. Walker, Manager of
Castle Grant Plantation

An innovation at this year's

contest was the part played by
spectators who also took a hand
in judging the rings of animals
This kept the large crowd who
attended very much interested
in the proceedings as they
moved from ring to ring in an
effort to judge and place the
animals.

Mr. C. C. Skeete, Director of
Agriculture, who opened the Ral-
ly, said that it was the second one
anised by the Department. The
first was held in the parish of St
George in 1949 when ten teams
took part whereas in this Rally,
there were 17 teams

Busy Learning

During the last few months,
these teams had been busy learn-
ing, with the assistance and guid-
ance of the Agricultural Instruc-
tors, the various points and char-
acteristics of dairy cows and of
sheep, particularly in relation to
the corresponding points of what
might be regarded the ideal
types of these animals respectively.

They had been learning to assess
the relative importance of the
various points in distinguishing a
well-developed cow from a poorly
developed cow and so on. That
day, the teams were going to enter
into friendly competition with
each other in judging a number of
dairy cows and sheep which had
been brought there for the pur-


















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pose. In a few minutes he would
ask Mr. Beckles, Senior Peasant

Agricultural Inspector who had
been responsible for the organisa-
tion of the Rally, to describe the
details of procedure and the sys-
tem of awarding marks.

Not End In Itself

Mr. Skeete said that the Judging
Ring was not an end in itself. Its
usefulness to the competitors did
not end or certainly should not
end with that function that day
and with the prizes that would be

awarded to the winning teams.
The Judging Ring was a
means of developing a_ keen
power of observation through
the practice of looking for and
detecting small differences in
animals; it was a means of
developing an ability to make
a logical analysis of a collection
of related facts. Moreover, a
natural result of learning to
appreciate the good and bad
points of an animal would be
to enquire into the reasons why
those points were good or bad.
Such an enquiry opened the way
in due course to knowledge of
how, an animal should be fed and
cared for and also to a knowledge
of what breed was most suited to
the particular conditions under
which the animal had to live. The
Judging Ring brought young peo-
ple together and developed the



team spirit among them as a basis Chase (Spartan),

of co-operative effort, leading to
a desire for voluntary group action
and ultimately to the establish-
lishment of young farmers’ clubs.

Improvement

The objective of all that was
education for the improvement of
agriculture and agricultural effi-
ciency and of rural conditions. The
Judging Ring was one way of
making a_ start towards the
achievement of that objective.

Mr. Skeete then introduced
Hon. G. B- Evelyn as Chairman of

the afternoon's function
Mr. C. A. E. Beckles, Senior
Peasant Agricultural Instructor

explained the procedure with re-
spect to the judging of the animals
and the system of awarding marks
He pointed out that there were
eight parish teams of three mem-
bers each taking part in the dairy
cattle class and nine in the mut-
ton sheep division.

He said that each individual
competitor was to judge and place
two rings of either mutton sheep
or dairy cows according to the

class in which he was entered and
afterwards, explain his reason for
his placing of one of those rings.

He pointed out that each ring
would cohsist of four animals de-
signated A, B, X and Y. Each com-
petitor was to be marked out of a

total of 180 points so that the ag-
gregate ot marks obtainable per
eam would therefore be 540.

Ring Procedure

He explained that the procedure
in the ring would be as follows
ials would be led around in a
clock-wise direction for two min-
utes, then anti-clockwise for two
after which they would
stand head to tail for four minutes
and finally abreast of one another
for five minutes. During this final
tive minutes, candidates would be
allowed to touch the animals and
then have two minutes for writing
up their results

ani



ures



Mr. Beckles said that a very
interesting feature of this year’s
Rally was the opportunity given
to spectators to do a bit of
judging on their own. He also
explained how the onlookers
could use the placing sheets
that were issued to them in
order to try and place the four
rings of animals, and at the
close of the rally when the
judges’ decisions were finally
announced, they could see just
how expert they were at judg-
ing dairy cattle and mutton
sheep.

After distribuiing the cups and
prizes, Hon'ble G, B Evelyn said
that it had given him very great
pleasure to be there that after-
noon to witness the manner in
which the competitors acquitted
themselves. He felt sure that the
work which was being done by the
Department of Science and Agri-
culture in training those young
people to assess the value of live
stock should be productive of very
good results in the future

Congrats

He then congratulated the vari-
ous winners and urged all candi-
dates to continue the work that
they had begun.

Mr. J. C. Hotchkiss in moving
a vote of qianks on behalf of the
Department, thanked the Govern-
ing Body of the Boys’ Foundation
School for allowing the use of
their grounds for the holding of
the Rally, Hon'ble Mr. Evelyn for
presiding ind presenting the
prizes and the other judges for
doing a good afternoon’s work.

He said that the Department
was indebted to the various plan-
tation owners and managers as
well peasants throughout the
island who had assiged in provid-
ing animals for use in the Judging
vpn practices and at the Rally
itself

as



Painstaking

The Instructors of the Depart-
ment Mr. Hotchkiss felt, should be
specially congratulated for the
painstaking work which they had
done in training those youths in
live stock judging technique.

He said that if he might be al-
lowed to make a few suggestions,
he would say that in future, elim-
ination contests should be held so
that only the better contestants
would take part in the Annual
Rally, and also that the less ex-
perienced candidates should not
be allowed to vie in the same com-
petition with candidates who had
won first class certificates,

Football
Trial Sunday





The first Trial game in pre-
paration for the forthcoming
visit of the Malvern team ‘of
Trinidad will take place on Sun-
day, June 11, at 5 p.m at
Kensington

The teams will be as_ fol-
lows Mr. Ishmael’s team (Col-
ours) Harris (Spartan), Bowen
(Empire Gibbons (Spartan),
Gittens (Spartan), Cadogan

(Spartan), Ishmael (Spartan),
Johnson (Spar-
Wilkes (Pickwick-Rovers).
Lucas (Carlton), R. St. C
Hutchinson (Carlton).

Mr. Proverbs’
shirts) Reece
iams (Carlton),
wick-Rovers), Hutchinson
ton), Haynes (Spartan), Alleyne
(Empire) Williams (College),
Trotman (Spartan) Taylor (Em-
pire), Blades (Everton), Dray-
ton (Empire)

tan),

team:—
(Everton),
Proverbs

(White
Will-
(Pick-
(Carl-



Fruit Comes

Supplies of fresh fruit, cocoa-
nuts, pumpkins, provision, copra.
charcoal, honey, lime juice and
bay oil arrived in the island
yesterday. They were the cargo
of the motor vessel “Daerwood”
and the schooners “Molly N
Jones”, “Wonderful Counsellor’,
“Marea Henrietta”.

These vessel

their cargoes yesterday



Gave Food To Dogs

were discharging

MISSING
FISHERMAN
RESCUED

FROM DRIFTING

Theophilus Pollard, 45-year-old
fisherman of Barbarees Hill, St
Michael, who was on Wednesday
morning reported missing in nis
little fishing boat the “Rhumba
Return”, was rescued that
day by the fishing boat
and brought back to shore
the evening



same
M---72
during

For about 18) hours he was
struggling to reach the shores of
Barbados with his vessel. At
one time the fishing boat was
sailing nicely for land and then
suddenly trouble developed and
it drifted back the distance it
had covered.



Pollard said that he le!t his
moorings to go i alone on
Tuesday. The weather was fine.
Finding that fish were scarce in
Carlisle Bay, he decid-d to (
towards the fishing banks

He found fish asd de a

catch of about 600 ul 11.39

he hoisted sails ready for return-



ing with his fine cate?

When not far from land, the
mast step broke leavin 2 o0a
without the use of its sails. One
oar .was.on baard but Po'ard
was too tired to use i

Night crept on and only lights
told him where Barb2dss was.
The vessel never got out of
visible distance of the island.
Pollard had nothing to eat and
he decided to “give up.” He took
cigarettes with him and they got

wet.

About 8.30 on Wednesday, the
fishing boat M—72 came to his
rescue. Pollard stayed out fishing
with the crew of that boat until
evening when the “Rhumba
Return” was towed to Carlisle
Bay



CLIMBING TIE ‘GREASY
POLE’ at the Barbados Elect
or Association Sports at
Princess Alice Play Field on
Thursday. There is a bottle
of rum and a ham at the top

Will Not Suspend
Licences

THE Commissioner of Police
will not now suspend the licenses
of ten conductors as he said he
intending doing last week when he
addressed a meeting of drivers
and conductors at the Empire
Theatre

He announced this decision at
a meeting of Concessionaires at
his office yesterday. He said; “Il
have given the matter very serious
the conduc-





consideration and as

tors now probably realise how
serious their position might be,
I am going to give them a last

chance. Next time they will know
what to expect.’

The matter had to do with the
overloading of "buses

BEBBESs
NOW FRESH



Better Bus

» 1 eg s penne
Service May |" arrR

|

Mean Higher Fares

Col. Michelin Addresses

Concessionaires

If WE MUST have an efficient ‘bus service we must |
good drivers and conductors, but to get these, their |

have

conditions of service must be made attractive, the Com-

missioner of Police told the
his Office. They were invit

Concessionaires yesterday in
ed by him to discuss certain

requirements which he considered necessary for the im-
provement of the "bus service.

‘The concessionaires for the

most part expressed themselves
in favour of the suggestions pu
forward, but said they could not
ce their way to improve th
conditions of service of the
arivers and conductors until the
matter of an increase in the ‘bu
fares was gone into
An application to this effe

has already been made to the
Department of Highways an

Transport and is under | consid
eration by the Director and bis
Advisory, Committee

Attending the meeting yester-

were the Director of High-
and Transport and Capt
Farmer,

day
ways
Ww.A

Certificates

Speaking of the grading ot
drivers and conductors, the Com-
missioner told the concession-
aires that incentive must be given
to the men and said that certi-
ficates of competency would be
issued by the Police. He consid-

ered too that they (the conces-
sionaires), might well think of
some annual remuneration tuo

those men who were giving good
service to employer and public.

What he considered = they

should give some thought to
also, was the provision of a
standard pattern uniform for
the men. The matter of over-
loading was another thing.
This was a serious problem, and
he would welcome their views
on it. One solution to the prob
tem suggested, was that with the
ever-increasing number of pas-
sengers on several routes, moro
buses should be allowed on
those routes.

Mr. T. O Dowding of the
General Bus Company said that
he could not see under existing
conditions the various com-
panies being able to give a bonus
to their drivers and conductors at
the end of the year. As far as
his company was concerned, they
did give a small bonus at Christ-
mas time. This was usually given
on the basis of earnings, and the
kind of service a man gave. For
instance, a man involved in no
accident for the year, or not in-
volved through his own fault,
would be entitled to greater con-
sideration than another.

Mr. A, L. Jordan of the Lee-
ward Bus Company, said that his
company did the same thing



Increase of Fares

Mr Dowding said that the
provision of all these essential
things in a public utility service
like the ’bus service could only
come about through an increase
on the fares.

The Director of Highways and
Transport said that he was anx-
ious to welcome any facts that
could be put up in support of the
case for increased fares The
concessionaires themselves knew
that the fares depended on the
people and their ability to pay
They were the more able judges
They knew the districts, and
they were reasonable people. If;
he were to double the fares now
that would be considered ridicu-}

lous They could well under-
that the assessment of



stand
even a reasonable increase was a
thing that took some considera-
tion. The matter had been de-
bated already and by this means!
had a solution been reached.

10 Years Ago

might be argued the

It that
cost of maintenance was greater

than 10 years ago, but a lot

before and the travelling public
had increased probably to three
times as much. Both sides of the
picture had to be shown. They
must put up their case on sound
facts

Mr. Dowding said that as re-
gards this matter of fares, he had
cabled a friend in Trinidad to

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of
improvements had taken place to
the benefit of the concessionaire
also in that period. For instance,
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now getting a better type than





GARDEN

omen

~ = ie, “aM

get some information, and he had
replied that the Barbados tariff
was considered uneconomic by
rrinidad operators One could
see that there was some justifi-
cation for such a statement be-
cause the gasoline there was
only 40 cents per gallon while in
Barbados it was 57 cents

Trinidad Fares Up
The fares too in Trinidad
been increased in 1943
On this matter of the quality
of the present tyres, they dia
net stand up as well as those of
10 vears ago.
Mr. Dowding said that he was
pleased to hear the Commission-
referred to getting good driv-

haa

er

ers and conductors by making
the conditions of service
attractive. As they were aware,

the workers in the sugar industry
had been given a 12) per cent
increase in their wages This
now brought the agricultural
labourer in line with the ‘bus
driver and conductor, and was
the sort of thing that should help
the Department of Highways and
Transport “to see that there was
the necessity for an increase in
the “bus fares He thought an
overall picture should be taken
between country and town routes
because he thought the question
would be created of short dis-
tance travellers assisting in pay-





ing for the Yong distance trav
lers
Lorries Are Rivals
Mr. K. Jones of the Yonkers Bus

Company spoke of the competition
of the lorry He said that con-
cessionaires had been in the habit
of chartering ‘buses, but nowadays
lorries were hired by people who
formerly hired the ‘buses, It
meant that in many cases the ‘bus
owner was unable to compete with
any degree of success with the
lorry, and he often had to reduce
his "bus fares on bank-holidays in

order to get some work. Besides
a lorry’ could make as many)
trips as it liked while the ‘bus

could only make one

Other speakers referred to the
danger of overloaded lorries on
bank-holidays.

Mr. H. A. Tudor of the Lincoln
Bus Company said that he consid-
ered the Department of Highways
and Transport had made a mis
take in enforcing ‘buses on bank-
holidays to make one trip to any
destâ„¢ation.

More Trips
In the past when an excursion
trip was to be undertaken by a

‘bus company, a group of ‘buses |

could take a number of the people
early in the morning and return
for the others later. Now they
could not do this and consequently
travel by lorry had increased with
its accompanying dangers. He
thought the Department should
again allow buses
than one trip when doing an ex-
eursion and that this matter
hould be dealt with at the earliest
time possible.

On the question of overloading,
Mr. Jordan said that in the coun-
try districts, where one had to
travel many miles to Bridgetown
by bus sometimes people had to

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A I IED AD 5. | "HARBOUR LOG Ce, NOTICES SSIPPING NOTICES — I) for ace, sax
co es a i GARDEN MOULD |
Telephone 258. ii Attention is drawn to the Ccntrol fide teiain. ¢ Aenea - Sinsendipendli ities | LIME and n}
t irol of Defence mene ; a
RATES | In Carlisle B ment) Or No. 22 wh mM yf sasskoeal BLOCK stone |
n arhisie ay +s ae S wee Wil be | lishec t Officia IONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEA-, >= =. +) ,
e RE Garette of 8th June. 198 LAND LINE LTD, (M ANZ LENEY
or FOR NT = r. 4 = ; ae Sth June, 1990 . The M.V. “Moneka” wil) accept {I i
ANNOUNCEMENTS $1.90 1.20} am ) Maris 2. Under this order the maximw esale an etail selling e¢ “CITY OF DIPPPH" sails Cargo and Passengers for '
+ — ——_ Set I a larrieta + 4 : . rat oubiecat,
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. fenrietta, 43 tons net,| (Alewives and Shads) 200 Ibs 2c. per Ih Thesm vessels have artinfe space for is cake uh Peomiore } We offer RSCHALOT
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SMITH—MARGARET BLISE known as| the 13h sae Tuner tease oe DEPARTUR nue published in the Official Gazette of Thursday 8th J 1950 | Agents, Barbados —=—_—_—_—_—___--_— HAROLD PROVERBS &
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4.30 this evening for the Westbury] any day except “Sundays, from 4 a i 1 —— ———$$ $$$ Aithinaiiond
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Charlotte MeKenzie, Colin McKenzie, OT RF eS a ITEM UNIT OF SALE MAXIMUM RRE- (t
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CAR—(1) Renault 8 h Masia. tate PUBLIC SALES Pos ; eadrott, §.S. Bipirict, | Ward Sister. Ce ee
— enau Pp. yres, 5. Hi Monarch, SS Albatross, | 3 H oy 2 , > ory » 7 » rive > yards at DA COSTA & co LT A e t:
owner driven. No reasonable offer re- 8.8. Huntingdon, SS, Alcoa Cavahen | (3) er duties will be to supervise all general and private wards at ” D— gents.
fused, Phone Reece 4603, 7:6.50—3n. ’ “a8: Sie













Hecuba, SS. F operations,



S.S. Mormacrey, S.S. Jean, S.S Olga S.. | the Colony Hospital and to attend midwifery cases and emergency ; Christian Science
Fn >| AUCTION S-S. Edward Grieg, S.8. Athein M.V : —— — ei nin eae
MOTOR CYCLE B.S.A. 5 hp. 1947 .















ELECTRICAL milk, One (1) bag of stock feed, Two|

Sorensen, S.S. Lisita.
(2) fountain pens, Ten (10) ladies’ hand

Annual Leave of 6 weeks will be granted ( (Broad Street)

anagiotis, $.S
model in good condition. Apply E. F ; 2 " Clore, S.S. Esso Avila tr : , > . a.
Hutchinson, Lower Estate Factory, St at have boa nstructed by the Com-| Norse King, RFA. < : Sane aoe vests of duty will be 7 p.m. bv oat . 2
Michael. 8.6.50—3n. toa a of Police to sell on Monday} Arakaka, SS. P >athfinder. One night off duty and one late night per week, and two hours 0.
une, at Central Station, beginning | Bokefor S. Artvince, SS. Mega ff duri the night are allowe . 1ST FLOOR, BOWEN & SONS
at 2pm. Thirteen (13) tins condensed| Kettle Creek, SS Fort Mouttrie om during the nig) t are allowed.

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FRIGIDAIRE—One (1) 2-year-old. 6] bags, One (1) demijohn

Hourt: 10 a.m.—2 p.m.
cub. ft. Electric Frigidaire, good condi-| quantity of rum, One 1) flowered

containing Applicants wishing to be considered for this post should apply in


































































































































































































os F ‘ Tuesdays, Wednesdays, b
tion, Inspection invited. Dial 2308.| parasol, One (1) motor car wheel and Seawell writing to the Senior Medical Officer, Grenada, not later than NEW ORLBANS SER. ICE Fridays. >
10.6.50—2n.. Dunlop tyre, and several other | | 30th June, 1950, giving their name, address, age, qualifications, = ec 10 a.m.—12 o'clock

of interest | 2x perie : , able testi s NO. jos
RADIO (Battery Set) & Windcharger DARCY A. SCOTT. ARRIVALS BY BWA experience and two suital le testimonials, : “ALCOA RANGER” i 3 He way hh fume Saturdays,
in working order Government Auctioneer FROM TRINIDAD (6) The successful candidate will be appointed in the first place for | S.S. ALCOA ROAMER | dd dune m4 June At ~ Room the Bible and
K. B. WEBSTER, Harrisons Pltn., 10.6 .50—4n Gentae Miller, Vernon Corbin Joseph- | a period of six months on probation the Christian Science text-book,
8.6.50—3n,. $b Tat OS aa Catoliffe, Loui 1 ay c SIX 1s on probation. . | NEW YORK SERVICE { crieree aod Health wita Key to
F ascall, Rupert 6.8.50.—3n is Arr. the Scriptures by MARY BAKER
REAL ESTATE - a ae | SS “BYFJORD" i9th May" 10 june : a = qa. te )
a wre, Pete c rdener, Le Bae Ma iil a 5 os - ae . : 7. ae 9 y
LIVESTOCK reech, John Grace orge Applewhaite, “THULIN™ Uisiscvczsa. eae Ith June WwW
CASABLANCA tiknwett Const, Kenneth Hamel-Smith, Gral Wallis, OFFICIAL NOTICE , 4 Visitors Are elcome a
COW—One Graded Guern fresh in| Ch. Ch The Spot for a Hotel Stand-| Joyce Wallis, Albert W Marjorie LLL LLL LLL tc SSS,
milk giving 30 pints per day. Apply] ing on 87,500 Sq. Ft. of land enclosed] McLeod, Hamish McLeod, Henry Wilson .
giving K k
Cuthbert Rogers, Near Rices, St. Philip.| by Wall surrounded by bearing Fruit FROM ANTIGUA BARBADOS, ; CANADIAN SERVICE
10.6.50—3n Trees of nearly every description Erie Burton, Arthur Charles, Sidnes IN THE COURT OF, *HANCERY SOUTHBOUND ‘ 1 ask
inane | Inspection by appointment Cunliffe-Owen, Hilda Orge,’ Ernes IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, ‘1906, I do hereby give notice to all Name of Bhip sinaieel ont a Har Th
ILE — (1) Smal le. juiet GEORGE C. ECKSTEIN Henriques, persons having or claiming any estate, right or interest or @ lien or ineumbrance | 8
gan e en Se epee oe ae has 8.6.50—3n Dial 8213 in or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (ti of the Defendant) | $.S. “ALCOA PURITAN” May 20th a | sae tiie ese are...
K.D.G. Frost, “Stanmore Lodge,” Black | =———____ ROM 4T. KITTS Al pl hag af yy Figgas ae for Seaaurct Y the hour of ig | SS. “ALCOA POLARIS” June 9th June 12th June 2nd t 1 l
ec, Skientte,| | meee skeet Se ‘ant ct Deriegs| ‘Cmanaie, Seen hie et Ce as See ae settee Public Buildings, | \¢o°ALGOA PILGRIM” = Shine 25d June auth uly th Latest Arriva
a ——— | Bay. St. James, on the Sea. L. M havin Stine Bridgetown before the 30th day of June, 1950 in order that claims may be | NORTHBOUND
Clarke, INo. 12 James St. Phone 3757 Charles Skinner Arrives INS PEACHES SMALL
ec - ss os > = reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority reof respectively,
POULTRY 10.6.50—1 n : FROM GRENADA otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefit any decree and be Barbados » PEACHES LARGE
(Onis anatase satelite George rr Elsie Swain, Heather deprived of all claims on or against the said propert 8.8. “ALCOA PENNANT" June 12th Foe St, John, Montreal and St, Lawrence GRAPES
2 Q * > « th | Swain, Jocely: Charles Sleiman ' ; ' River Ports. PRUNES
a ICKS bs oh Gne HOUSE 24 ft 11 x 9 feet with ae Geren Plaintimt: REYNOLD ST, CLAIR HUTCHINSON c ; ‘. " . : el . ”
Dee eee BIE OT ertanale attaenid, Gulvaien sone wibrs caf Waseout ero. ataerneiour Defendant: OLIVER ST, CLAIR DOTTIN S.S. “ALCOA PURITAN June 24th For Montreal and St, Lawrence River PINEAPPLE JAMS
ate ‘ 14 x 8 x 8 feet, in good condition. Apply ‘ en ; PROPERTY: ALL THAT certain piece or parcel o d situate at Codrington Hill] ,, i a ‘ a " y sé
1CKS—White , 6c. per 1b.| to Mr. W. H. Mottley, Mc. Clean’s Gap,| S: l Loe Sack, — in the parish of St. Michael and Island of Barbados afnresaid con-| “A STEAMER July 7th = For Montreal and St. Lawrence River BOTTLES STRAWBERRY JAMS
DUCKS—White Muscovy 36c BM Prittons Cross Road 10.6.50—-1 1 FROM DEMERARA | taining by admeasurement one acre fi 1 and a half perches abutting These vessels h rte » MARMALADE
_K B. WEBSTER, Harrisons Pere Ae eke ee ae, ideale — «ila Browman, Marjorie Watson and bounding on lands of the Estate ah Brewster, on Jands late hese vessels have lmited passenger accommodation, TINS PRAS ;
6.50—3n St. Lucy WORTHING (NEAR CACRABANK t Yvonet, Hilton Outridge, Adelin of S. E, Small but now of one Headley on the Public } 1 and on a} CARROTS
: a HOTEL) CHRIST CHURCH Outrid Sheila Outridge, Marie Out road in common 16 feet wide or howe y abut and 5 » BAKED BEANS
PIGEONS—Silver, White Blue Kings.| iogeon telly Some, GaUE te| @dge, Moira King, Joseph Gonsalves bound together with the messuage all_and ERT TAGE STA & CO | LTD.—Canadian. Servine. ROTTLE
; a , ’ 1 Jos nsal , S HEINZ
Apply W. C. L. Maynard, Frenches, St.j estate standing BA Gm araeer wt Muriel Gonsalves, Dorothy Dunn | singular other the buildings and ere sted and built ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service.
George. : 10,6.50-2n. | kept and laid out gardens—one minute FROM ST LUCTA ' standing sind being with the appurt property of the ee ee
from sea and bi i si y i John Walton, Claude Purchas, Mart endant.
MECHANICAL beach. ecuienduemnd ASS pitt tea: 18th, Mareh, i950 PASSAGES TO IRELAND s
—_— ; The house contains large living room, Dated the 20th April, 1950, i : SiUART & SAMPS ON
BICYCLE—Sunbeam. Gear case, Lucas dining room, two bedre . = — : Il, WILLIAMS
< : v ooms to which an FOR GEORGETOWN . ;
eeean a ee ees Tiled bathroom, can be added if desired. | Jean Gonsalves, Hilary Gonsalves, ee cheney Antilles Products Ltd., Roseau, Dominica, offer passages to LTD
o0—en. led bathroom with tub bath and shower| James Cyrus, Du lanah Atchar . = finn cance: ME ollaeeen a Ee ’ . on . .
_ ————-——. | (hot and cold water) and built in linen ngatoo, Margaret Nichols, Marie “OFFICIAL NOTICE Dublin per M.V. “DUALA”, next sailing from Roseau about
Singer Portable Sewing MACHINE,| cupboard, tiled kitchen with built in| Nichols, Arthur Nichols, Carol Niehol | 20th June, and thereafter ab ve e
: s, Arthur 2} s, Carol Nichols, . sf about every thirty-three days. Hecdquarters for Best Rum
New in February Price $175 0 Dial) stone cupboard and new Philco combined | Stephen George, Simon McKenzie, | BARBADOS | Single fare, £70, usual reductions for children.
4240, 10.6.50—4n. | refrigerator and deep freeze, Jarge arched | . ustino Rodrigues, Lionel Lewia, Martin ’ " , oie ener » , | = = oe
dah, all steel IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY Apply direct. )
Ndi Ai au asee prnears with hoods, | Hart, John Gordon, Jemes Brown, Ben | IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, 1 do hereby give nolice to all | r
MISCELLANEOUS ane ata wat Peg Aha aad Jamin Deane, Robert Benn, John Me persons having or claiming any estate, riebt or interest or 1 or ineumbrance | sesoouesycoovecwv989es 0%
. dhatees, the Rie is tasteruity Sonia noe Colloch, Chgttes Arthur in or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the proper { the Maseedentyy
y “ . R SAN JUAN to bring before me an account of their claims with their w es, documents an
Bee. SARTe aT plate. batteries, | tire bede Have both deew sieeyand Duna] - si, inniee Paveiine aires Drucilta | vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of 12 HAVE YOU GOT A
sity Bag te aay Sceagiens cage | ine ee shingled 100, polished | nothel, Thohing. Milian , Larne Spire.| nosh Se > o'Meek We He bfebees ot he hobcie coy Cee ee Buildings,
shaft gears, fuel pumps, ‘ ey —— lave, eh t . psa Ce grass: | Lucille Daniel, Gloria Evelyn Bridgetown before the 30th day of June, 1950 in order that h claims may be @ LD Ce H
ete. For, Chevrolet =o re ie Laveen ropical pi pag ball ang FOR JAMAICA reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof. re spectively, | O or, OUG
enquire Auto Ty ORO Y, ae8 are rs ‘ sear Cyril Lynch, Annie Bare Robert | otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree and be
Street. Phone 2696. palms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw, yri oe ee : a ie sale ; J :
% bf. ment.t.n. | anso, tamarind, Desadtratt, nd plurd (Organ, Jomeeh Sathviem, “C.Mi.<., | denied oo ait Seley op or neatly the Said. BEPery: ned acting exeeutrix of the SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS IF SO TRY
trees, wire-mesh enclosed lock up vere-, ‘ 7 be ae ale.
BATTERY CHARGER Tungar_ with|table garden and tool. shed, eolasser ao. eee | Defendant: SOSHU xe Rena sieel Moin Montreal, St: Saha, NB, Halitax, ¥. BROWNE'S
ri ; _ ~ vier, Springs | driveways and garden paths, Seymour Arthur, Vida Abbott i : rage : Gf len oniviavist wart 6 4 i i" sfas . ey eal . ‘
spare: Fully. Gut Jack, ee ara sold. unfurnished 4 deaires FOR ST. LUCIA PROPERTY: ALL THAT rtain Bi in “ t pares) maton (te merly par f & Jargon To Barbados, Trinidad, Deme rara, B.G. rele} : nai
CLOCK--2-day Striking and Chiming | 2nd 6 p.m 6.6.50.—4n.| Smith, Briggs Williams, Cecil Quesnel, thereabouts orisinally part of the Jandy of Worthing View Loading Dates ‘ bad J J i
SOR «Th, Me CUMS, NO, AM! THONG DF ener ee ree ere aman essen FOR ST. KITTS ntation) situate in the parish of Christ Church and Island aforesaid | Expeote
e « pont pe . 10.6.50—1 n, That very desirable property know Inez Malone gontaining by admeasurement Three Acre: hereabout | Montreal Halifax Angra) Dita | 1 ’
‘ ate es “HOTEL WORTHING on SEA’ FOR TRINIDAD ‘abutting and bou ¢ on lands of the Estate of 1 Eversley . 7
ver | (formerly Briziliana Hotel) standin on) Jaimie Collard, Jean Stephenson | Mate ecnd Oekbe tak tide. ees ee ee art S.S. “SUNDAI 2th May | 3rd June h June i jl
MATTRESSES—Ten (10) new (never ‘ar y z na oO : lar ¥ | deceased being tt rer nde f th aid Five Acr S'S “SUNDIA 14th Jun ath June ‘i yale
“ 1 +? = ve" t 8 s a pe ele * » ar 8 ¢ iT oc a0lf ane Country lub o 7 7 . s ie . s
been used) all hair eR dry, vata Siete” Gimacee tae “publi | Clark oe maton rae af tt mere bo Ga: jaa at tis Estate of | 5.8. A VESSEL 28th June trd July ith July The Unique Remedy for Coughs,
tresses 3 feet x 6 feet 2 inches ‘| po. : a F ae, 7 y 8 V 4 Cold4, Bronchitis, Sore Throat,
a Y ~ ers Road together with twelve bathing | B. Bynoe deceased and on a Rinxht We Sixteen Feet wide } '
ERNEST KINCH, General Traders Ltd cubicles - MAIL NOTICES South Easterly corner of the said of land leading to the Public j PLANTATIONS LIMITED—A ents Hourseness, | Bron | Asthma,
Dial 4496. 7.6.50—3n The only available site on Worthing , Road or however else the same may abut and bound | g Whooping Cough, ie of the
es Coast. First class business place. Fine Mails ah tet an eo sce | Bul grees Pi yates a | 4 Chest and Lunin, ete, et
LS ae ‘ ; ay . 4 1 by the M.V aerwood wil e closed at; atec n April, 150.
7 ACT Cottage Gift} sea bathing. A window on the ocear ‘ 7 ; , y AMS |
oe. Pee etita rane Sor “Max a ant cozy ee wae alle ht} the = ie ere nes Se aa eax 6.00 | alt. iL I TAMS, | r C. CARLTON BROWNE
ed ee sary xa ve giv-| alterations can be made a high class REC aoe on 10t cs ;
are Sate parpethinee tithe ovale aie Ifotel or Night Club athe Oren dog 3 " iraeits OFFICIAL NOTICE Wholesale & Retail Druggist
> 5 F Offers in writing received up to 30th * ba : r . , 136, Roebuck St. Dial 2813
bd 5 June, 1950, by Aruba. ; » Roebuck St.
10.6.50—2 ns v ’ a :
svi inttanetpillakatehpnt ~ | BARBADOS,
“NEEDLES 8S. J. ROCK & CO, IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY
ei sialoe Bite a ST eapphice 112 Roebuck Street IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906, I do hereby give notice to all
Se tee Teens. Buby and Banpbire | thypaction any day. « When Your persons having or claiming any estate, right or interest or any Hen or incumbrance
ee eee TOs PIAy: ORY ETE: 1.6.50—10n e 1 or affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property ef Defendant) @
thousand recordings. to bring before me an account of their claims with their w nents and
J i be ’ 108 3 o'clo the afternoon at the Registration Office, I uldin
= PUBLIC NOTICES Bridgetown before. the 30th day of Tune. 1930" uruer” that nich ‘Cass say”

NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank

eee reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority hereof reo etively
Poatre corey eet i apt eaten ee ee ae mak. RE Con otherwise such persons will be precluded frorr * benefits of a decree and be
and oe, San BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE N depr 4 of all claims on or aainst the sa ‘
A. BARNES & CO., LTD

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50—t.f Plastiffs: CHARLES HOLMAN WILLIA\
38.5.50-4.8.0 Cr. Marhill & Trafalgar Streets, acid } SYDNEY JOHN ALBERT WILLIAMS and
pce nl Bridgetown, ber = ne only HOLMAN EUGENE WILLIAMS all by Dave Arrindell silehte, oF cuter thes Piechenea eee ae ing | allundreds and hundreds of
PANTS—Grey Flannel & Cream Serge Sth June, 1950, miserable. nm Banfield one their constituted attorneys noas, Backa Leg Pains, Swollen Ankles, N 5 fi P ¢ ., 1 *
pants, ready made and made to order ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING you can’t relax and Defendant: ERNEST DEIGHTON MOTTLEY aay oad in| Rheumation, BUminne Padtebeen Tiere lo Benefit—-No Pay The Mone -Naving Way
Price $6.20, $6.75 & $7.50 per pair Notice is hereby given that the Ordin sleep at night—can't PROPERES} ALL THAT, cartalss plecever Darvel of land aituate in Baxters Read: in| Taiyo hase OF inebay ant tani oid bert, The. very. fitat dost of Guster ses tight
c Pierrepoint STANWAY STORE, | ary General Meeting of the above name 4 rh ha the City of Bridgetown and ! 1 of Barbados containing by a fore your time, Kidney Trouble is the true} to Work helping nue Kidneys remove ex«
ha Meseee a? 10.6.50—1 n. | Company will be held at the Children’s K property or have measurement twenty five h ! and eight quia € ation cous acits. Quickly, thls makes you foet , 3 ie PLEASUREG
sks Sve Goodwill League's Hall, off Constitution fun in the day. Thenis thereabouts abutting and bounding ¢ lands of one ent Js Wrong foods and drinks, worry, colds or ieee nat oes tan i ‘ ny alte Ou ie oak r ag t ep
5 a st a yirls 7 ool «¢ ine « one 4 « o . 4 , % " , hort and , uites oF
STOVB—Coal in good ortler Caledo-: Road, on Thursday the 15th day of June| the time to take St. Mary's Girls’ Sch a it ne Ci wea Mie | Overworic may ‘croute an exces of acide | "MAH tha ahi pan ts hele Cee barrie. ab Lae gait ie
nis Modern Dover No. 7. Phone 2582.4 1950, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, for the Dodd's Kidney Pills. cnee on land co we r 3i— ne same abut ar i with e ¢ r 18¢ G tt t ‘ 00 : ‘bl iT "y » ,
AT Tea es SOREN, PRY VE eT a ine recsice mod consider the Direc: | nt Dadae: Reiner thereon er and all and sini the buildingy and orections | to properly purity your blocd ent meiner, entirely, satiafled Just raturis the empty the: ‘all-at-¢ hairs, Pouffes
buck Street. Sere ee E rt: the Pr > scount essentia icinal 1 the t aid parcel of cr and built standing and being | health and energy me nd get yo joney bac BEDROOM & DINING ROOM
the Balance sisal mvaterneat at tase : eee ita il and media with the ppurter an es and | ALL THAT certain piece or parce / € rine inert aie eat ie mints PLEASURES Mahuyany end
ERSONAL arts Bie Above Reports and Accounts | 80 that within 1 hour they start draining Of Barbados containing, be admiescuccment. pinta Rusted and | @ Help Kidneys Doctor's Way © | You, wo buy your treatment — vines bedstead:, Spring, aiid other
or The above > Se counts o os conta z by admea n » hur { Bed ly Va ind Stools
P = . 1 hat the bath day ot Fabeuaty "1950 excess acids and poisonous wastes from ninety four square feet or therea wtting and bounding « and u ony rnctors pele M grapedny Pig? peg r@ Dir r 7 Lune lay Pabie
” ; aay, Versa raul 10w or late of J. E. Mase ovis on lands he Parochtal i. clinteal teste and in actual practice — a ;
The public are hereby warned ¢ 2. To transact the Ordinary business; the blood. Your is then clear. You now or late of J. E. Ma >. Wall une 6 public road | that aauiek and s o way fo help the Kid ys ex fF f 0 W 5 rz na Cabinets, Sideboartis
mirig. oxedit to my wife Mre: Mildsia| of the Company, rd relax. You look and feel years ger. called Cheapside Road or hk r eise the sarne may at ! bound | neys clean out excess poisony and acids is ; ‘
Corbin (nee Springer) as T do not hold) By order of the Pe ILLINGTC Be sure to insist on Dodd's Kidry Pills, together with the messuage or 1 he in aiid all_and | With a sclentifically prepared prescription |T#a CU4RANTEED Remedy RHEUMATISNE FOR OFFICE, GALLERY AND
myself responsible for her or anyone RE eee paree! of land KK Jeska ane hairs the
else contracting any debt or debts in 7 6 50—2n . . f erected and built standing and vith the ner can t Kitchen Cabine
; “cd 50—2 century. Dodd’s are quick acting—safe ; ‘
my name unless by a_ written order Bill Gilead 25th March, 1950





Larders in range of Waggone

signed by me —sure. Only 2/- at ee te Dated 27th April, 1950 Pookcases, Rush Furniture

Signed JAMES C. CORBIN, NOTICE



















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Black Rock, ie US y f ; ‘

10.6.50—2n sy St. Michael “VACATION"—Harris Phoiw Studio ss FOR SALE
- " will be closed during the month of - WANTED — ———— ‘y

July

. L. S$. WILSON
WANTED ae ae D. HARRIS, oor CLEAN OLD RAG

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a 3 A Trafalgar St Dial 4069
WS “NOTIC a “ ,
en ESTMINISTE! MID Whether your car body or
Delivered to WESTMINISTER CHIM 2 : s ~
HELP NOTICE PY CLOCKS (Keingle) in handsom 2B. tondae le: sinashad of sisted VERY CHOICE
oe ss that t i" the a pT a2 walnut cases eautiful chimes 1% . “eptime A raat
BaNnnAL (oeey haa ey wa’ Ba: + tee tion. of the Commissioners of High- NET eet eee WATCHES-—Ladies and Gents’ % Satistnctory See oe BEACH BUILDING
Yvonet ion Nid” Bay a . . “hrist C! ht . : tg ~ynatearst 4 m4 Si ac y
SOO oe each! Club. B6-Bb—ar| ways for the Pertuced ino the Legula: | S°SOSSOCSSOSS nmi tai” aegis “seamiint teen %$ Also Radiator Repairs and SITE H
——— | ture of this island a Bill authorising the| % ~ =e ~ "ELDING . -
Journeymen TAILORS wanted. Jackets a Craninttencnane to pay a gratuity to x NOTICE $ keepers % WEL IN , ON THE EXCLUSIVE | For Successful
Hands Preferable. Apply to J. W Hart and Albert Beckles respect-| % Mee. B. Nie & iat < the % Cameo finger ring xe A -
Hewitt, Tailor, opposite Fire Brigade » until recently employed as Sup @ - sedi ) inform her Cus- & PEARL NECKLETS ~ One, two * St. James’ Coast
Station, Coleridce’ Street 19.6.50—2n. | intende n connection on oe repairs s Se eae will be opening % %& . CRICHLOW i
———— jt the roads of the 5 . ° Parlour from rE. y 2, “ | |
Pei the Ti Gay of sane 1980 XK her Making Parlour from 3 _ ALEX B. YEARWOOD, Polton | : 85. Roebuck Steet | |
EOUS Da ¢ ) % the nth of this month, at ¢ Lane, City 10.6.50-—2n $1 No, 85, Ro ot Consisting of one aere or two. half | 4
MISCELLAN vankwoon a sovce, (Bo hinds nee meee 3 ; x Dist 774} y SALES F
i ¢ le Room > : Commissioners of y M, '
nr ah earae aN (oe ‘yi toes prance tal Highweys of Christ Church. Yeeoc OOOO OS > ALCO O EES Oat 65 APL LPP PE Price 28 cents per square foot | For Ladies !
a oa - q F654 oot ot ot etree", - _ )
rn on’s Park n- 8.6.50 30. | POCO SCPPOD ODD EAPO ODL ODD YS | arrears oe ; ‘ATE | | srhnees sam ae
Ss Tetnidady "Spas. ese aia x , S BOX G, ADVOCATE "Phone 6610 BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS
Street, Portof-Spain, 6.680,—1an x ow $ TWO-PINT COCKTAIL SHAKERS — $2.75 Plantations Building
cohen’ = a NOTICE x sob % GLASS DECANTERS 48 CENTS BACH DURABLE PLASTIC
' t nten-| Y, 4 ‘
i ; ‘ }is hereby given that it is the inten-|.% ing any Day 5 WELDING:—We can now undertake any Ek Acetylene We a
LosT & FOt N yo | tion he Vestry of he parists - $ £ 4,060 ot e areas a) ¥% Svastenr 7 tthe = At Only
' ~ 5 ~ J a tisian | f ¥ aipr va ¥ q =
; CHRIST ES rs SF Bo ened : eye pe x App Cae ir Adee . ALL WORK DONE BY MR. FRANK WATKINS .
iatne to oe we n ot 4 ardwood 4 % : ‘
lature of Island a Bill amending] & Phone 4683 or 840 JOHNSON’S STATIONERY & HARDWARE I ¢C E
the Christ urch Parish Loan Act} $ % Each
1948 “11948- for the purpose of] S496¢ MM A oe OPE. Ltt, meas j
One Black 4 Tan bitch answerin3| authorising the said Vestry to lay
to the nar Rabby. Finder yo raie in the said parish in the year a ‘
rewarded uring some Oo ArVUr! 1963 sufficient to repay in that year sh News! FO R s§ A I , é ce r
C. Prescod, Middle St 19.¢.50--8n. | {pe 1 of £900... the balance of the i I Flash N We have just received a shipment > a Can You Beat Them ?
, CKE ‘ett. H.| 84m or sums borrowed under that Act,| e have just receiv a ipment
SWEEPSTAKE TICKE: ! with the interest becoming due in| The Supply of Natural Gas
1453 around Bay Stre< ase! that year on such bal@ice ” : VONO SPRIN GS ’
return to Advocate Adverti | Dated this 17th day of June, 1950 is being continued pend- B Yours Nov
amore at @ | Sian va mceeig ut ing negotiations. erie is ONE (1) used FORDSON PICK UP (Army Type) can be
grrr . y et rES 100) + BO | 7 . ‘i. i" : ‘ ste *k Rock Offers
WATCH—O Brine te ts olicitors for the Vestr: Tho B b d ( ( THE CENTRAL EMPORI » seen at Spring oe ae wade a Oe etediate Si: Was: Slek 6 enn On
a 5 Pie 7 al? Hardados Gas 0., | (Central Foundry Ltd. Proprietors) in writing are to be submitted to Mr m 10.6.50-—4n. Sa a
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MANY GET JITTERS IN
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strokes which had earned hin
eight. 211:—4—48.

The ball was centred and i Lancashire 164; Cook 6 for 32 and

punish the loc balls t | Old Boys | a
late cuts especially wer oke | “ | ALTHOUGH there were no startling upsets in the first
worth any body's price « . | Pickwick-Rovers defeated round of the Dunlop Cup Four-ball amd Best-ball Goll
ee |C.S.0.B. 4—0 when they met at Competition at the Rockley Golf and Country Club, which
e interval aearre Stee ae "eae aead was completed on Thursday, several close matches re-
os : | Competition The boys offered a sulted, giving many of the favourites the ji.\ers before
er | good resistance to the sweeping they managed to advance. ‘ ee
eOF | forwards of Pickwick-Rovers but} R. P. Gooding and Richards, detrimental to his accuracy,
: |\they had to stand up against} Vidmer had the closest call] while Petrie had to tinish early
. hi clever passing and, in most of the} when David Lucie-Smith and| in order to keep an appointment
; ; cases, accurate shooting at the} Kenneth Hunte carried them to| and also was rushing through
it | goal | the last hole before going down) the match 5
| Pickwick-Rovers definitely | |to defeat 1 down In fact, | The sixth bracket w filled
’ 1 j llooked the stronger team and | the match would have been} by James O’Neal and J. O Dowd
Goddard Run Out ; | | they were always in_ the ola | halved on the final green if| Egan, the Irish pair, who found
amt brought ba i Hol et | Boy goal area searching for ; Lucie-Smith could have got! little difficulty in eliminating
york ne oe Gna : ~ ry | soals. They missed quite a few} | down in two putts, but he was) ee L. Pitt and Ted Densneein
me Go Se Eee eet : Z a ee opportunities at scoring and sc| | chort on his first from the back! The combinations of Eric Man-
come in after Weeke ent ALFRED VALENTINE si ¢.8.0.B, | (. G. EVANS wf the green, leaving a nine-| ning and L. J. Maskell and that
200 up with a straight driv —took 8 wickets for 104 Fre touch off, which wa —scored a crisis contury ooter that rimmed the cup and] of M. Timpson and _ Bernard
Berry. One run later Gomez! +, ulentine and had his first} taken | Pickw -Rovers, the tailed to drop. | Rolfe drew first-round byes and| SOLE AGENTS:-—
iiled = for a eg single = ‘el sad : “sau sink tonat ok four by | back CS.0.B kept} cl Matel } will go into action today (Satur-, ,
art picked up sma = “e len panes is own|on the a ‘ P N | 7 , ; ose Match day) with the fermer p.'r imeet- | ‘
ning in from deep mid-wicker |“C"C?, oe Paes ae a owe Rover I ttin | i | JUNTY CRICKET Another unexpectedly close | ing Rodger and Bayley while | MANNING & CO LTD
i shied the wicket down, This|#alf century with a crisp Bert antnis: atetatne : match was furnished by Eric| Timpson and Rolfe face \/ybrew | ” °
a most unfortunate ending | &4! ich and Yardley ra ' ear ye Pich Rover t n 4 | RESUI TS AtkinAOy iy pater lay Atwell, and McDermott. |
to kipper’s inning spay SM ue ae rane | ot me who were beaten oniy 2 and 1| !
Jo signalled his arri\ oo ae ie oe lehaee fel rt re I Y LONDON. siine 9 by the formidable combination First Round {
by pulling Berry for a lusty aie, eee eee Me ‘ I I edt At Gravesend, Northamptonshire beat| ot J. R.. Rodger and Colin Bay- ‘ ; |
over long on. Next_over he at-|| *arcley was dismissed ).D.M : y < i i Ik by 7 wickets ley. Atkinson, playing off a 14 The first round results, with |
t d to repeat the stroke « ron ez The E asipper _ lef cin ; | nt 286; G pase, 12 , handicap, got little help trom his each players hanuicap indicated |
I but, hitting against the |?0t appeared fe en Pic ( for. 18 hk 4. tear partner and almost played’ his follow:—
I did not manage to clear id Had been beaten sayy. Short j Wilke ce Northamptonshire 211; Oldfeld 61,| opponents’ best ball sing:e hand- David Inniss (11) and Joh
the ground and Dollery in the|times by both = spinners un] trecforward for “Pickwick-R Dovey 5 for 40, and secondly 154 fo'] eq Byen when Rodger and| Grace (14) defeated lan Niblock
hook took a well judged catch t had produced some good Died: tien ale CMA nla sty ee een ae Bayley were three up and only (15) and Dean Klevan (13);
end his brief career of the inishing strokes when th ¢ Ds canatehu rien tet ciel se = mm mpoastis reat Glou- aig Ogee gi Ste mille George Challenor (13) and Will |
ffering demanded rough | play, s 5

5 Xcidaiat ed,” ' hire a iam Atkinson (14) defeated Henry |
reatment and had held on dog- mediately Pickwick-Rovers rant Secondly 163, Tkin 60, Cook 7 for 55. two successive short holes with

Gloucestershire 131; Tattersall 6 for



FOR COLDS! |

cect hall hanes * wildl .dly against the better deliver- a birdie and a par to keep his Thomas and W. H. Grannum (24),
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> vier down on the Old Boys. The bail) 29 and secondly 114, Tattersall 6 for 29.| side still in the runnin J. R. Rodger: (4) and Colin Bay- 7\
and skied it to Berry at cover.| es 106/4/25, With the ae o was passed on the left wing io One down and two % play.|!¢y (10) defeated Eric Atkinson | MS ee ee A
The Trinidadian had made Trevor Bailey, one of the a a pe saoinaon o 1 through | natch drew” GCambriiee ornesnie! Atkinson hit two terrific woods|(!4) and Shirley Atwell: (17); | 7 zs
ot Z ais ge ar¢ mate a é ye s < “ es ‘
very valuable 35 in good style FE 2 Tey Sars ee el shot hard to the left of Parris,| 467 for 4 declared; May not oak Ret which left him just short of the Byran Wybrew (8) and P. D. Me
Berry took his sixth wicket o’| brought Valentine back into the|the CS.0.B. custodian Stevenson 109% Dewes 101, Hamoshire | dog-legged seventeenth, where|Dermott (11) defeated N. T
the match when he caught and| ittack vice Ramadhin Half time found the score at *% ne ooeenet $3, Arnold 67, Mily chip and a putt would have} Williams (9) and Eaward Petrie} CK
2 , ate » yr © ww o >, a . d © |
bowled Valentine to end the West But the two batsmen held ; “130 in tl favour of Pickwick-] ' : = : a a rf Sceane te Say ae re Thee (9): James O'Neal (14) and J. | ms Q
Indian innings 97 runs in arrears | intil close of play, although the} Rovers ini ian ee gration set in and he scuffed|©'D. Egan (9) defeated C. L. Pitt fi
Berry took five for 61, making] last six overs yielded a mere avg Pickwick-Rovers continued to] Warwickshire 460; Spooner 8, Gardner es shots while Bayley stood on|and E. Benjamin (18); R. P. Good-
it a left handed match, giving}runs. When the umpire remove@) press after resumption and soon] % Donnelly 120, Yorkshire 199, Lowson 4 md huc le ; ‘ealiz-|ing (9) and Richards Vidmer | at
ae ; cat ; : ls the score was 108/4 and ken he d ee | {7 Grove 4 for 36 and secondly 291 for} the green and chuckled, realiz- , : at 8 '
each country considerable en he bai 1 after carried their score to 4—D [+ ' wi 5 2 om : : ; (Scr.) defeated David Lucie-Smith
couragement in their search for] ®ngland had a lead of 205 with) Taylor again scored Hie theme le. ilson 53, Sutcliffe 95 ing his five was going to be good ti

At Iford, Essex—-Nottinghamshire (14) and Kenneth Hunte (9)



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may keep a cold from getting serious or help

a good left arm spinner ix wickets in hand, including|pjaying at inside left. He fea- *h drawn pricuess mpecicge: out: the contest, i i ¢ throat? Cold
Hutton’s which is reported doubt-|tureq in a good forward move- ttinghamshire 372; Hardataft 145, Kid Combinati ae sina citreoetgn| dry, rasping sensation in your throat? Co
Disastrous Start ul ; ment which drew the goalie out ere. ee he ? aaou may < i, : ue an aoe a | coming on? Gargle Listerine Antiseptic im-
ie Aura atitted thelr second id Scores and he easily tapped the ball into] Cray Horsfall 85 and secondly 118 The kid combination of David) germs sss yo: | mediately. Doing so promptly and frequently
& aol asi SECOE ake tre “nets ~ | for no Dodds not out 5% Avery| Inniss and Johnny Grace, whose] {1 7 | ear
nings disastrously, Weekes taking ENGLAND'S FIRST INNINGS i not out |
a brilliant catch at short leg to dis-] tutton b V tine 39 The teams were }

Simpson ec Gor
Edrich ¢c Gome
Doggart c Rae b Va
Dollery c Gomez b

i b Valentine 27 Pickwick-Rover Hill, Prov- At Lord's, Middlesex -Leicestershire
Valentine 7 “rbs , atch drawn

. erbs Foste s Worn a
29 ster, Mayers, OFM =)) “Middlesex 227; Brown 56, Mann 58 and

secondly 351 for 3 declared, Robertson

miss Reg. Simpson before a r
had been scored. It was a prom
ing beginning and West Inaian

ward it off. Listerine Antiseptic reaches way



total years doesn’t equal that of i 4 x
some individuals in the compe-| | | On He
tition, knocked off Ian Niblock] | ¥ be

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hopes soared. In the absence o1| Yardley ¢ Gomez b Valentine a Taylor and Robinson, not out 138, Thompson 78, Mann not out C Challenor and Will]: j, NO... YES } of germs. So, at the first sign of a cold, gargle
S soe es of 1) Sailey not out ‘ 104 C.S.O.B.: Parris, Weekes, Har-| &:., Brown 58, Leicestershire 2% Berry] Atkinson eliminated Henry aa ++ Al r i keep it up—it may save you @
Johnson, guffering from a pulled] tvans ¢ & b Valentine Slide Minit, Galen. aie: 112, Tompkin 88, Sims 5 for 74 anc| Thomas and W. H. Grannum 5 (OR MAYBE)? = Listerine and keep it uf y y
side muscle, Walcott relinquishea | “ker b Valentine 4 ris, smith, Grigwar, Bennitt, H.] secondly 265 for 7, Jackson not out 94 ; in . " sy, expensive siege!
the pads and shared the mined eee kein ee , | King, Williams, Toppin, Jordan] At Oval, Surrey beat Somerset by Byran Wybrew and P. D. Mc i nasty, expensive siege!
s ie ng K 4 la os p ee Be a b Ran adhin ; seit 12 Jand G, King wicicats Dermott also advanced to the
spel t vomez, leaving Christi- xtré . : 7 - r . . Somerset 297; Angel 63, Lawrence] ceo, ‘ ‘és {
Mr. O. S. Co nw ‘feree : second round w Y -c ‘
ani to do duty behind the stumps Total 312 p Cappl np: Sereret 88 and secondly 145, Lock 4 for 26 Oey Sletercut

victory over N. T. Williams and] ©

Edward Petrie, neither of whom

At Ilkeston, Derbyshire beat Worces-| was close to ‘their top form
Williams arrived late and start-

r tershire by 65 runs
SPOR TS Derbyshire 325, Smith 97 and secondly l i
206 for 8 declared ed in a burst of speed that was] 7:

were
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Surrey 216; Redman 5 for 50 and
secondly 224 for 8



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GocGard did not lose = any
time in bringing on Valentine,
and Gomez had only bowled
three overs when the Jamai-
can left hander took over
It was a double change,
relieving Walcott next over, Dog-
gart greeted Ramac s Edrich
had done in the first innings—with
a boundary off a very ragged first
ball. ‘The change was soon effec-
tive however for Doggart, who had
batted freely to score 22 out of

Fall of wicketa: 1—31, 2-74, 3-19, 4
f 5—88, 6—249, 7-293, 8—301, 9-308

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BOWLING ANALYSIS

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lohnsor 10 : 18 0
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Valentine 0 814 «104 8
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tne ¢ Doggart b Berry
Stolimeyer ILb.w. b Hollie
Worrell stpd, Evans b Berry
Veekes ¢ Sub b Bailey
Walcott c wk. Evans b Berry

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the first 31, put the last ball of | Christiani 1.b.w., b Berry 7 nen Honest ie the 4 Se
Valentine’s second over into God- 9 Sony? ¢ Dnt eRe Atisie 1 while Spartan drew | a ae ba j ‘i
dar hands at silly mid off, an Dollery b Hollie 8 mise Saye -, Specials
the t Indian skipper was no gt Pat | Od | yy
letting go of anything coming his Lb,-6, nb. 1 A AAA a a a al a a aaa FRA | |
way at this stage x e NKForr
e %, +
% a ss | \ COLOURED STRIPED
Third Wicket ckets: 1—89, 14, 41% GRAND FAIR. | ie ‘
In hig next over, Valentine, as V7, 7-201) & 9 * AT HASTINGS” ROCKS ¥% BESS RAYON PIQUE
had done in the first innings i. WwLINe ANALYSIS x % Ae
ed up Gomez at second sli} CO. M. oR Wiha Ale of the 07 OF ne x eee 36 inches wide
to ist him in his efforts an. J {alley FU ies Ss ky cecal aE ae aes ~~. * #
responded by taking Dollery | ‘onies 3 18 3 316 TO-DAY R | : Per yard GReo
stomach high for England to bef .aker SN IR Se 6, Peak sock nin % it Renae ys: dieses
in the unhappy position of having} “""pygLanp SECOND INNINGS : % x DIDN'T YOU a #4
lost three of their best wickets] simpson ec Weekes b Gomez 0 |@& Lody Collymore has kindly con- ¥ | fs
* pouty Edrich not ot 66 | <8 sented to open Children iney % , IT]
fot tens than 60 rune. ‘This poaln| Sematary Yancaa’ HUB it ame mores TB me #4 PRINTS FROM
tion might lave been improvec Jollery c Gomez b Valentine 0 19 7 ars and ove | 3 4 . vA
but Ciuristiani failed to stump] ¥ irdiey bw. b Gomez. BQ nc fare mae ‘ ipa %| nour 4 —
Edrich off Ramadhin with the Pater ot os 8 $ Pre est, comtume x | i THIS ie 4 36 inches wid
total unchanged - xR ® | os : ob shes ae
This was a tragic error for T ay * Waa) te ees, DSS OR: Cer R | BEFORE! i +
it would have put the West Pail od Wickatés {20;8-81 43. 4 x Added attraction for. Children's -@ ai POP VOR iia 7Ac.
Indies back on top of the 106 Me : i Corner | :
game which still has to be BOWLING Sa R Ww % Hoop La, Coconut Shies, Pony PRINTED HAIR CORD, a rang f lovely Patterns
retrieved from the slough of 17 10 220 «©2 {RM ,, Rides, ete. Usual Stalls eae pera , ge of lovely ratterns,
: 401 on OE PONdCH AND conducted by & 36 inches wide. Per yard .... 94¢.
despond. Falentine 22067) (362 | Cut Raison will be in @ r Reb catel oe is it ey ale Sen ae ph ee ee i
The half century went up in an} Ramadhin 16 6 33 0 % attendance x 4 Flights weekly WHIT
hour when Yardley snapped a ~Reuter. Seecee x F E COTTON HEAD CLOTH, suitable for Pillow
short ball from Valentine to the PPLLCCCLPL LAPSE APP PRE 3 Routes to choose from Cases. 36 inches wide. Per vard 94c5
boundary. Off the last ball of ; q 4 fe. hive wlin.dtud-s. Wale .
y. E : |. By Constellation Curacao — New York — Europe (no
Ramadhin’s next, Edrich drove a » » «+ Gantuina or Y Pp hi ann
hard chance to mid wicket. There Be tter Bus Service Che Weather 2. By Constellation Corsceecetneee aninlai-iBire e
was no one that close in but God- @ From Page 5 3. By DC-6 Curacto-<5skee—Parprnariba--Deier
dard at short leg dived full length] be left. People who travelled by Sun Rises: 5.38 am —Europe (limited sleeper accommoda-
to set his hand to it. He failed to] these ‘buses were for the most Sun Sets: 6.20 pm tions available) | ¥
hold it but saved a certain boun-4 part those who wanted to come Moon (New) June 15 ) ; Ma i} ' ; .
dary. At 62 Yardley jumped out] {o the City in the early morning Lighting: 7.00 p.m Whichever route you choose, the major cities of | .
to Ramadhin and missed. It ro recy Algenadtntite ent anisaess : es Water: 1205 am Europe are but a day away by KLM, 10
another golden opportunity, but ue BE arts *.50 p.m, By special arrangement, KLM wi : 1, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
; ng sm whe y : s will fly your family eae - ;
again it went abeggir Christi-| ing to them when they had to be YESTERDAY PY ng 2 y
te ; left behind. He did not see any z friends, o siNess assoc 2 lah
ani failing to gather * “= cs re it - : ‘ a on = re Rainfall (Codrington) 15 ins ds, ay business SAENGntES out of Europe. You . with . a .
arm would be done if some con Potal for. month. 1 t pay the fare here KLM does the rest! “naa
. : cessic . . ade i regar. onth to yester sae I : ;
Determination Oe aes tutae maak trae day: 6.96 ins } JUNE HAVOC - GARY MERRILL SS SSS SSS SS SSF
Seven runs later, Goddard took] people could be carried in a seat Temperature (Max.) 84.5 F arate tee :
Ramadhin off, and tried Gomez|Phet would. considerably jallave Temperature (Min) 75.5 °F rec pao } Pl ASTIC YH DDE. B pare
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from the Stratford end for the| ihe situation “oo ee pp csbicn vergessen > | CLAUDE BINYON- FRED KOHLMAR || uA CHLDRENS KAINCOATS
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The batsmen remained unwor-}made for the improvement of the Wind Velocity 17 miles per 4 ere cet et ca i At $1.85 each
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From anaferred to UMSI Bl Kltta, find h.wan ti t< IIKI from St %  Viiitini{ Hit Mother 1 %  ih Caronl Estate %  tei i i i big bj %  Married At St. Matthias T took pi %  %  MMtl I Iridge. wu ti, .„n ui %  • %  • %  i %  ci irch ai Oitu ekfa I : i Mi Chart rep It", k. Christ ho %  11ware th .. lao ,k.i .„ pi in plan %  %  vhlri by itcv erf< -'.nil bj Mi %  %  i.. %  ui i \ Buuor waa IBM I i Ceanaanlen of Rperlal lei-rlee Ordet Ixoi'iiuir.il H-uisr nit %  BY THE WAY A HKAiH.INE in let* i %  m :,. high and three lurlonga ihi.kK proclaims I the othea n.t-.h-iiS "I'roduitt HI iv the waj •ni UVUU." BJ This I. j I' w..s the considered verdict of IiU-1 i i the way to America, and therM hitherto unniB, truth. in thu dynanuc words of a i > % %  I "see In greater produitlvlt> the • key to better jiving7 In an article entitled "Lower Pro %  ducttvlb i Phe Keg T" Worse /;,, r , machine which can M irune pork 'I minute* The nded %  succulent n 'ui holder Then. i n oUoo ol pulled back %  gigantu' Blcaeed the frfhdlni 1 taDivea The walls nnd •Hfllirpil as the meat .i %  :. 'tii .i clang* rtlne iv : %  pleo i drng pl1e^ h igmenta %  line fell down, and I .union • flooring houl ordeeing ... ..;. i t it eouknl %  %  LADIES YOUR SHOES! I THE III \0\NlJJIJI MADE BY MANSFISLDS OF ENGLAND WIIIIK \i in H-iti.\< KM i:i::-sii.A< H I'AII \r A WIDE RANGE AT 10.53 11.12 12.70 EVANS AM, WIMHELDS DIAL 4606 or 4220 \,i„ih,-r a h lpmmmt f WHSES SHOES-Juai In J ABOUT TUR. vi i I:D\V II si iii.M And hi,. > In hair-do's and HATS dMianad rhaa atyi* •<• ro**f —•n iM-lof bob tu"i*n tot) aaeul %  .v • i-long Cob turning iottl. I fata, ma (r*W triea. PARIS oes lack It til FEMININE FIGURE, riMrtl POPPY RICHARD i'f A Ii *k \ • -* % 1 J. : A '%  : * t .so WILL MIL GIRLS AGAIN I i'i-;iph. It %  I %  %  %  • tias-iri. ti.i %  %  %  %  ly the I then ; %  between the • A %  .<"• r: iiI926-: re knee level. from puii %  .nt f iheli knees. Ai.;M j %  i designeri and ai %  World V. %  %  %  big their kn cops when they thought b*tt< PARIS. Mld-seaaon tnftailtoni make it jilmoat certain thiit the (emininc I :.iriiini; %  %  %  thai do not tui> ... .. new fashion N n-inre. I %  %  The waiat IB once illy nipped-tn In some Iht hour-R)a*.s lllhouettt tan \'. %  | line) n revived %  %  %  At all the Panal..s where ... thtrr an inodeb i %  %  %  %  >-.roumini( and a i.iit over All the money goes on I B.ilmaln's formula i n draped CROSSWORD Aniaw fUWICf fEUILLERE I lining -0 Mm t ha black -no wl"ire pmbrirdarad crgandl* I • K*r new film V>uviM Poifnt Usher tell t > Mr Herrtn Benlham A leeeplion was n. Rock, the reMdeme of U paienta. For Jamaica Discussions D R. J Harknew. ( H i, J OBE. Medical Advmei tto I><-\elopment and Welfare left on Thursday by B.W.I A (or Jamaica, on a routine \ i WhUe kVare ha will have dcusslons with the Dtrassfl el Mixlical Services and also with Mr Symes. who is carrying oot Malaria Investigations %  ea He will be away IK afaoW a fortnight. To Gtt U.S. Vita M ISS VIDA ABBOTT, who is In the Accounts Depnrti of the Antigua Sugar F;< n a gue-t of Mrs. W S PJeWel of Sea View Guest Hou-^' Nnaa • hen she ..rnveil fnm AntiKua ti. ..!>'..i," i I s from the American Concu I •turn to tcmmmitv Chiffon evening coat. 01 the head like a loam beta sleekly off thalgD ii.itv. :, e h iiartad off the plain ai a aehoi art relaxing thci: IVBrlt] i %  n mains smart for informal wear and Iht Ii" trinime* 1 with white satm i parreet ft* the afternoon I'irrre Jaey has solved the hall problem for women who don't know whether to weiir it kong or jriort with an extra-long bob turning ':.... %  bead Egg MaWltS, T > %  i la the s %  %  Ii u %  %  %  ataefal < nurri tM Beana • t —r.i of it. and the following yi %  % %  -New Lool %  ir than tl %  iMgan again Ii i %  and at iv herorn. 1 unless femln%  v Bl 'Aken a turn better in the Uaay wenIn i !*2 istaaai hm AM mmu ,* Bsawt. '-! %  • ih* iwo. • u-lnw. InmtablaRupert and Miranda—13 Kaptrt nd siWa.ly abeal puiik ol .. or nil ot ii."' tight MM. length, "hi ill very aaOOf.* 1 in Ranan. "How did the Utw gti %  0 Ut from [enmfer'i cottAgc ? And why did" 1 the snow caver a? I rrs Ii .% WCE CASUARINA CLUB to Ihc Mii.ic „( Arm.Id M,-,, m >.IU OrrhrMrj I'inii. r H.-.i. N.,ii„n. HI96 ADMISSION :i I • tioml I llira l.„-.,( (,„klall, .,.,,1 | ~r 4 Italh lo-morrou • AtfDATBC CLBJBB CINEMA (M* Only] ••f i.0u a \ %  STAY n.ii'rr PLAZA Presents A SVAatNl u BELI.XBA '•.llliXV (The Garden) ST. JAMES "litt.HtXI I Of III" ^ • 1 -.11 .1 GLOBE THEATRE I "A WOMAN'S REVENGE* CasartM Bo>cr \onri; CLOSING for BREAKFAST HOI R I Mondi H June, our Ortlcc and Dt-portmenis will 1Mclosed to im.-mes* from II a.m. noon. Our working hours will therefore be : Mmda\N to Fridays 1 S a.m. to II a.m. 1 12 1 to 4 p.m. Saturdays 8 a.m. to 12 noon 1 rtakfatt hour has Htd Cal in the interests ol OUT CUltOfftan In I'lder to gvold Inconvenienei and dvlayg, Chir cusparatc by arranging thenpboppini Mordarico with • timetable BARBADOS CaOPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. SPEC i M •tpoarn it) DashraaBBgl lasBaaVaBaatssBBssaBl \.-caJa.or By TECHNICOLOR J ^S^Sm JANE P0V/ELI / ANN SOTHERN



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SATVROW. JUNE 1". 1950 R\RB.\no \nvoc.\Tr p\r.r nvr Five More Spectators Take a I lain I MISSING Better Bus ServieeMay %7ofped In J uc % h, g Ri % r Uall > *fh's""'• MM.M\ %  rare the a the week at Boscobcl School paswitn t4H points out nr a possible ture, St Peter, tonight fa I H went to benefit of BoOCOb %  '"' Of St Thomas with area. iff pain During the week nniv three Jowpf 1 ' % %  %  th 163 I ( urr .t,. SUvei ChaUenfa Cup WM award%  i RESCUED FROM DRIFTING 1 Michael, art moaning report .. % % %  oal M fj tnd boeughi %  Mai H. (..inted out that each ring would cotisist of four animals de\ x and v y. a marked out of athai the ag%  I reforebe set KmProcedure) I %  %  eel [oi two mln%  viae for iwu he hasted sails lor abeut 18) hour* he was struggling t reach Ihe *huie* of Barbados MlUt bis vessel. At one lime the fishing boat a at parai|H0aaail Ihenuwl tatllni nicely for laud and thru i r.ivo* •.uddrnh trouble developed and t ward, bul said lh< il drifted bark the riislin-e It iud aoeoroe%  . Finding that I Carlisle B Ha I OoL Michelin Addresses Concessionaires IF WE MUST have HI taVtanl bus % %  rviei w HUM have od driven i ctora, but to gH Utuav, Ihelr ado ittrnctivo, tin Police told tia na naira ytatarda) ui van Invited by turn in discuss o requirements whirii he i-onsntt'ird necessary for the itnS i -. %  i %  he nceaalonalrca foi tin gel aorno information, and replied that the Barbados tariff •tortile by lYinidad operators One could M BBBM jusMlMich a statement beraUM UM gasoline thena I CCUta l*'r gallon while in %  um %  thai %  t A.I\ in mprovi an d conductors untJ Ban In the 'bu afl\ i., %  t Hiahwi i . %  i itton baa Diiw '"i and M I Uricai News I n Conunitt Attending the r nd head to tail frd PI spectitors v. I.,. jlso took a hand m Jiidcim: the rlBgl l animallink. pi the larae .rood nhl lllfdfi ten much Inte.e-led hi the procrediiies at ihe moved from rlns to rina In an rlli.rl bl judo^ll Its BV St IKMll. ( IIHJtorganised l>> W"!>' %  partmi'iit The I* K N .,,,,, . nrit was held in tlu parish af SI Q, ...: % %  m IM9 wh took part whncas in thll Hall ; % %  .,ii Busy Learning During lha these taan %  laaming. with 11 %  d guldM om < %  *., >, IN.. ..,.. ;::::,:. \: 5 ,*hE by Albert W Ul ,. and Of Hail luiiui. Stallon Hill in h. Rudolph Yarde of Jacko. ,: overturned Id %  gutte) tflei beuig might be regardOn Watertypes of the* ford Road at about 8.45 im on They had uen Thursday. the relative importance Also involved wa. the motor WtoU* POi^ 1 ". 0 ^?*"^?*.,* car S 234. owned by Lilian Cumr e ": d ^ ,op d C * f '' 1 """ 1 i*.hKich of Fttt ViUaae B1 dWWtopad cow and so on. McDonald -g frlPn di> eon i Doltin ofGoven.menUI.il each nlhlll „, |ud# ng miml „. The right from lender ol S 234 () l(rv fOWS llll( Q^p w hJch had ICC right front and rear fenbccn i, rou ^ht there for the puiVI ware i tgg I ,. h. %  t.-, mlnutaa he would MTU B..V...S KR, ,N VOIA'EIl in Ul ..., responsible for the on along Goodland Road at about n on 0 f ihe Rally, to descrllKthe i N IV-:;s KIIODI ISLAND 1 i k fall %  %  eg) put io batch. Ail iU aie ha ... ting with equal guito. Thi* li ihe Unt ii'-xi that Cullender's Rhode Island has liatched He bvtat th eveless BV M KEN ,. ill ba I 0 v ew at the Museum from Tuesday. June 13 for two weeks %  %  itted tor ; %  I Competition and wen %  ttrai i i'>urists. .Mr H. i kit-1 I.I that a ver> liltrreotlna; feature or this year's Rally wan the opportunity given to spectator* It do a bit ol judiinx on their own llr also M'I.IIK .1 how the utilooki < > • ould ase ihe placing sheets thai were i-iiol lo them in order lo try and place the foui riuirs ol animals, and at the eataa of ihe rail* artbta the Mdgaa' aeeWaaa were ttnaiu aunouiiird. lhr ould see just ho\< aaDaati the* ware at )ud ini dalrt CBVlIN and miilton aaeea \fi i distrlbuUng Ihe iups and bla Q B Ev<' %  p. him very great l in to EM (here Hint afterIha manner in which the rempeUton acquitted He fell sure that the work which wai being done or the • md Agriciilture in Mainmg those youn.; Daople t" lataea the value of live k Should I"' prnduelive Ol Vagf in UM future without the %  %  %  Nui.i crest on am told 'urn where M Ihe vessel never got out ol vMblc distance of Ihe island I'ollard had nothing in eat and he decided to "give lip" lie look rlgarelle* wilh him and lhe> got wet About 8 30 in: RI Oahlng boal M i'l'ilard stayed out ttshnm with the crew oi thai boal evening rrhen lha I Return" towed to !' ing the meetiin day were the Director of High >.( Transport and Cap! W. A Kami, i Trinidad Phrea I p too it. n ii iaad in 1M3 %  % % %  ,.i the quaUt] o. 1 up awell as %  Mi Dowdlng s.mi th.it ba i the tung 'it drhf(erlilu.iles ftnanklng ->r the grading .11 th. condiUona %  >' driven and oooduetora, lha I a. Aa th> nussioiiei told the concessionlha wariMTl in the lUgai atrcs that incenUve must be given had been given %  ll| %  to the men and said that ccrtiincrease in their wages This Of competency would Unow brought the agn.nliiir.il the Police. He corutdlagMMJnM '" Una with 0 that thev (the coocaa drtvei and nductor. ana WUM s.un-iresi. imght well think ol "> %  %  -" thing tl... -hOU some annual remuneratum I thoaa men who ware giving good %  i %  %  ; ," %  nould be lake i i en counli am N UM*ughl Ihe queatloti That nter Rdtl CoBgnla %  ulati ii %  %  | \.ni. .ill canrii.;k that : had iH'gun Mi .1 C llotehkiss in moving %  |uuvks on bahall ..t the t. thanked the Govern* i %  Bog Foundation '•i glloa Ing '.lie use ul tinii grou lh< Hall.. H.i. MiMr KWIMI fa I %  inting the I tbi othet tudgea fa I work, thai i K'partmcnt was Indebted to the various plantation owners and managers a. well .ipeaaenta throughout the> island who had atab>td in providing animals for use m the JudgUll Rmg practical and al the Hallv ;• an I'ainsluUinu T wo v< 8.30 p.m. on Thursday were damaged. One was owned b> Joseph Harrow of Cleveriale Rood. Black %  J .| ridden by Anglers Wharlon of Deacons Road and the other owned and ridden bv Henry nd both details of procedu Ian of awarding rs %  nd the i *rks Not End In Hsclf Mi Bkai htaaid thai the Judging Ring was not an end in itself I' usefulness to the eninpi %  !. Holdlbb of P.nder s C.ap. Wcthurv JJ* ^^ll^'^^^S'ion^hit g Road eT>t; BI'MPER OF MOTOR I CAR X 43"). owned by John Cheltenham of St. David's Road. Christ Church and driven by Wilfred Curdeau was damaged in an lent al the junction of Broad and HIKII Streets on Wednesday Alao Involved was motor car S 2. owned and driven by Mr P. H. Tarilton of Taym Ba] W James. The left front (<-nd. r ol this rar was damaged. A Bit VILE AMD A CAR were involved in an aCCtdenl ' %  the junction of WeUhes and FairI H al about 2 15 p.m. on Thursday. The car was owned and driven b] janM) B naall I Havy tiar_ Church while the whicli the annual had to live. The bicycle was owned by Albert Judging Ring brought young pcoNlghtcngalu of Walls Village and p|e together and developed the ridden by Victor Hill of My Lord'l team spirit amongjhem II %  11. The front wheel ol th' and with the prizes that would he awarded to the winning teams. The Judging Ring WIN a means of developing a keen pouer of observation throucii the practice of looking for and delecting small difference* In animals: II waa a mean* ol developing an abllliy lo make a logical analysis, of a collection of related tlltO. Moreover, a natural result of learning to appreciate the good and had poinU of an animal would Into engulre Into the reasons wh* llioae polnl* were good nr bad Buck an enquln i pened the way in due course to knowledge of bow an animal should be fed and cared for and also to a knowledge ot what breed was moat paruV tiler condition! under The Inauucton of the DepartHotehkJai felt, should iw i .Timatiil.ii.-i1 fa the i luiataklng work which thai I id tralnli thoai lock judging tcchnxiae i that if he might be al. rriake a few iiigfjoitlnna %  ay that in nature, alimihotlld t-e held M> that "iilv the better contestants would take port In the Annual Rally, ind also that the less exi indldatei should not be ullowcl to vie in the same rumrith < andldatcs who had won llrs' class certificates. What should t also, am standard the Hgataeeed shea ve Mime Ihoughl la Ihe provlsio.i ol a pattern uniform lor the mallei ..liu i would I il Oil. Mil, Wei Ihelr i lo I Ih i n .o.l i lew* area gated. "J* thai .\ei niiieasiiig number of pa-* senger* on *e\ eral route*, ijoro baaaa -houid ba aMawed aa thane reaiea Mr T i mpanj aid thai nnmarl would be crea te d "i shorl 4" (avellers assisting in pa> i n| fa th,Ibng dutanea brai Lull!• %  Are Hivnl* \: K Jonaa ol lha Von . n„ cornpautloa ol the lorn <• aald thai con%  id bean in the hafaal ,.i chartering huaes, bul nowadays ... Ired b) peopli HARRISONS d ~" •JOXI^" SI WIM, MACHINES ana HAND AND JWm MODELS run Ihe drill. nun iioi.ii IIII.IIH.I FOR CASH Sli'l.l.'. >IOIU:I. ON DROI HEAD STAND WITH .1 DRAWERS AS % %  : :> NOIK ..I K LOW ''ASM PRICE BW 1HIIIIT ItK.MS AKKWt.U) •MM SI 11.00 Ohlainiilile only g| HARRISONS LOCAL DIAL nil III that 11 was un %  tan %  iblo i" compete aaa with ttould not na undei aarJatlng ,. ndldon the > ariou I. %  ible to give .1 bonua ic their drtvera and eorsductori al %  1 %  and f the year As far ai .Doncerned, the) dul give small Ikinus al (hii-t .ally givei on the ba la "f eamtn kin. 1 ..I •• rVtCe a man gava Fo inrti %  1 man Involved In no banlt-hollday real or not mMi H A lud f lha Unco) volved through hhi own fani 1 r.. • |.,m s.mi tii.ii i.. would t>e entitled to greater con,,,,i p. benartrnenl of Highwayi Oon than anotbei rujnort had Ui A i, Jordan f the Leebake in enforcing *buaaa on benhward Bus Company, laid that his holidays to make .me tup t con pan> did the rame thing d he often bad to reduce I ire on bank I %  %  %  lOTT) COUld make as man;, it liked while UM "bua could onlj make on< d to the dana< i "' ""' %  %  nh-holldi Increase of Kwrr* Mi Oowding said that the of all thi tliliiKs in a pubbe utility service Uki' tin' 'bus aervtce could only come about through an iMteaei on the 1.. Th.Director of Highways and Trananor] said that he was anxious lo welcome anj facto thai More Trips In tinpaal when an I trip .is 1 undartaken b] a bua company, a group M could laki a number of Ihe people .-..I., in lha morning and return fa M othen brtet Now they rould not do this gad consequently 11 !\. 1 ii i.ni. had increaaad wllfi omj ai %  Ing dangera Hi iput up in suppoit ..( n. ihoughl the I). „| fares Th, < LIMBING I.II 'GUI \M POLK 1 al tinBarbados tint or* \vin laU ati Bporta ai Prime.s All-. I'Ui Held on lhur*day (here la a ho'tlr %  %  I mm |Bd ham al the lop Will Not Suspend Licences Football Trial Sunday THI CommiSMoner of Pol will not now suspend the Ucaa of tan oaaductari %  >• he said intending doing last week addressed a meeting : utors at the Theatre He announced thla dad ui onairea Ua n i Ivea knew that the fan ipaatded on the li-.,pi. %  ud their ahiHtv %  .., pa] The) were the m.ne able nidge' They knew the dillnct.-. an.t tlii'v weie reasonable people II i ,• .-.. re to double UM '•" %  i | "" thai would INconsidered ridieuloua They could well underhand that the assessment -.( tven B icasonable Increase wai %  thing that took some consideratkm The matter bad been debetad already and by this means lulion been tea 111 Taan Ago ,,.. li might be argued lb .' X y.hn.11. %  .ainti-nance -agn-alei 5vS %  > j J ASlig! %  than one dip wl %  n doing IB U curalon and thai this matter 1, ul.i IHdealt with at the earliest low On thi queaUon "f overloading, Mr J.irdan said thai Ul the DOUntry dlatrlcta, where turn had I travel man. m.l I. ;.'. had Ut • On I'age % e* ^TRINIDAD,,, COOLING & REFRESHING it 28 TIN. Comploto your on^amble with th gossamer like The pa ration for ...t of th. %  dso In that Dertod For instance. M..1V.-.I. un of oon %  '•;' Ch,,i %  bb ifaUsc hn* llm< %  % %  much. Bi CHIFFON HEAD SQUARES .vi.: take place on But -tan n. 1 basis cycle was damaged eiss K. r SMITH. >enior an .f co-opera'n.' effort, leading lo .. deavo for voluntary group acuon and ultimately to the establish' lishment of young farmers' elubs. School, has been appointed Heed Of St. George QU Schuol She succeeds Miss Aimey who has retired. Mil. Smith will ^^ take up duties from JUT* 16. PROMPT ATTENTION Improvement The objective of all thai wai rdeeetfCM for the unprnvement of Mure anil agricultural efn. and of rural COi dlUoi I %  Judging Ring was one way .f making a start towards the achievement of thai ol V Mr Skecte then introduced Hon. G. B Evelvn as Chairman of ,n ^ 'ESS wU*n!£ V^TVaeednV. I> June a "talement **'"PeaMnl Agricultural Inel customer it ^oala Ulm .„ ;ll ,. ,., hl „. „ lth ,,.. %  bad to wall an undue ^ of ^ animjlv thetj *em or awarding marks ., certain counter. ,„,.„,_, Ha pointed out thai her. wen The Manag> ent of Dauoew pij h pan h ,,. ilMls ,,f p.,. Ud have inveaUgatea „,.„ ( .,,,-h taking part in the dairy this aiiegen luMhM waiting, ,.,,-n,. dan and nlna In ^he mutand have informed the on i n e e p d •Advocate" thai the account in He saifi that each individual the -Advocate" of 7th June i' '*W IN CASE YOURS A Gave Food To Dogs — Musi License Them KITCHEN GARDEN gf| HAVK Hit: rOIXOWDfO %  'V ** '• SEEDS ^ hat's on Today laehl "Racing CirlMe Ba :" p m PeUCe Bind lime* *llrrel Malheajfal • hurch Fair. Hasting'I.iek* at ?. • %  pjn. looihalt at Kensington at I.M %  m i Thomas of Dunscombe was yesterday lined 10 by Their Honv vntant Court of . H. A. V when tin f Mr i Magistrate. 1M I case .Uth n->t %  pain -" %  %  %  but they mlgl %  I ||d give %  %  %  %  iroiild give %  Thomas Inca the*n i %  i AHTIi i< KABI %  %  t ANT %  %  TV nrA'.<; L KM..MIS nun. viniir:*i ^-^ IIIH I.> 8 ttHC ^ C< #*#* IW WANT THE BESE STOVE % A I.EE: > SELECT A VALOR STOVE \\Y \\ MI.MII.E #.V I A -J III HXIII MOHEI.S at COURTESY GARAGE Wlnlcparlc — (IIOIIKirr TIIOM I.TII.I — Dial 4391



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S a I % %  r d ; %  < Junr 10 I !t . 0. JtoxtoStos #5uncat£ Prirr: F I V I t X TS i H f.tV .1 V HOT! ... %  %  I.ON, I %  appealing I work iii ihlrt-uttvi t'id %  1 1 1 boss made the i Iked in... 'I summer (i coal. IIObtflOlM ii II should inconvenient for you, Mr lo HI II'HIMI%  %  *< for the board Ba rbados lionou rs Th e A ina England Leads W.I. In First Test ENGLAND 312 and (for 4 whs.) 108 WEST INDIES 215 .„„,..,, MANCHESTER, June 9 1 1 NGLAND was in the lead by a 205 run margin 111 i m„l Test struggle with the West Indies by the end of the second day's play today at the Old Trafford Ground. ""* thli same iwung In di.im.aic lashlun. England won th.Ion and batted yesterday and run after bail K foi i wickets, ai one ttage ol their innin... .'. crlau century 1 %  •* icii .mil laklna B wick. o I match, ro-daj DM VM Indus ft.uclil lol lulls bul vv. : %  i III b Il,.u !: %  %  %  ., i IS Strength Is Hollo* SheU I %  %  M %  i fui!-; %  %  I will be n i % %  %  re do no) there %  %  %  1 %  pUnnii is far mov %  j jit lniAWD was en fete on Thurstlay, the day of i i M1 celebration of the birth of His King. There was the customary lOnial Parade at the Garrison at 8 a.m., sports Alice Playing Field airl a Car ll Queen s Park. The Playing Field sports wore well attended, and so was tl*e Carnival much uiullw crowd than usual turned up n lo sec 27ft IIK'II of tinLocal Forces calofcrate t' Birthday. Man) of ih people who normally de, were at ilmi hour of tinmornlna keepi irelena ietn follow in the fortune-. <>f the Aral i M rich bciDR played Ml lb* Old Trillion! (.round.! Acting Governor Takes Sultile CRICKET BATTLE RAGING If* I .1 I .Ml. IBSTER, Juraa Then i. ., ins on at Old 1'r.ifioni erkksl ground. In a grim battle for %  and no luarter is being ark" I." ml. In the viiiiioiiiin sun S i alive newcomers and I '• art Lndfaa an equally determined to,urove their abUttj t "twist the lion's tail". So f Cln sags 1 AM:..: I ,i Oov %  II, .it : %  %  Ill K %  • O.BE, m % %  1 during Uu i ., The learns INDIES; J a i . %  si .... .* ...... K. Uu*-, t U„, cot i; ChrMlanl, u Donas, ii Johnson, S. Ramadtun, A. Valentine ENOLAND: N Yaraaq ipt 1, Hutton, U Simpson. W J rkinch, G Doggart, II. I . I'. G. Evans, J. Laker, Rusdi i note on the i\ Hollies, W. Berry. utl cue to In. Under leaden antes and with '. iu.it ol nun after IOIIK tptlb I "., (ioddard and Yardkq ; the middle lor th Vi> %  Hussia Sends Note T<> Seven GovteIndian skipper lo lose the loss lo Una in a Teal match the eold grey B .... ;, %  :.,.,.] daddad to bat and JohnBOO boa la ovw, a maiden to Len llutlon frotn the i %  ],! iji-n | Gonai wa> flvea the ball from the East i\ %  'i end. Beorini opened off his third ball, which Reg Simpson turned ., %  %  : % %  %  %  ;. fj On iurr 3 don. the note . %  % %  %  ..' could be decld ol tba SovK I ment Ltaatar. Will Not Return To Nigeria WEINIKNOIOSWIlVr —Gomes Says While Webb Talks of Glut (From iin, Own t'orri's|ioiulrnl i l.i'M ON TH Uo\ i. men) ol the ': % %  %  %  \, quett %  %  ment bv fi %  %  %  %  Mi Vt %  ph %  oi UJ %  .., will the nexi tw< md ii preaenl pi We may havi to be careful of .i world glul -. Asked l.imhlcss Veteran Takes V \\ if. % %  i %  . i karnanda i .. J B %  %  %  iu art The wedding % %  trie %  nn I i %  %  1044 be i.. i .i -. %  I hand n now lir % %  ,. i ).lr. ehave, <<'.\. . • ii %  i UrtoVaWon IIUHIII tt .1.1. 1. He receive %  proof 1 Iteiil. r I idle ehr,i|) i arid glul %  i ii• x miM v Mr \ \v L aovace, c %t <. leauaa •' i %  • lhhnnBIMhaai i 'rrrninnlal I'jrarir al the Qirrtwn %  hand O Bee P bovi Indeed, imrnediately nftei the pan I to In the %  put Into operation, and the voice ol ted roc .i minute only K.S.M. Marshall to :.< i .;.si to the K Ca ciii..' BM it I Medal dui \ %  mem H< i e lati I Mr. L. A Cl O or H. M. &'. G. R Hilitai j Division, nd Mr T E Wanl A A I d B E Civil llvislon LONDON The Governor of Nlfli John Mael'herson, hai tlial Senior Police Super-. F V, rjiiW %  rte-a-v. ih. oi..*, ii ftre on utrr TerroritTtfl kill Briton In Saigon v %  %  %  %  .1 . %  li*4 M I %  \ 'i Get M untcd i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i H, Honour Sir Minn Mi v. J %  %  i Cl dlei i'i> . ii K N R H l .... D Lea PI. taklaej the %  I I i %  %  %  %  %  : i tracts the al : %  rea li %  rwo "MW I RT IQI i ".'ii art* -t H iumr < iimo'ii'"ii in-iii kj tinLoral avraONn Quern'* Park n Ttiursday. %  %  memo, i %  i the \i l iV n.U I. ahaao aw wtaM JsnwaWi %  iLirhei atoataeoa the % %  aalklllt) of ut suKir imiiprilag in ilnniiieit -oe^u* tn thr i I hi rn.tl.el .M . %  %  %  %  l "I i In Hi.', %  th. f sugat \ I Culm's SnIiMilti%  t ..ii i %  I "i lected i '"Itie iHiin.l.' i.l Hi, i Mlaartu ban appaitaalli ilaai •*' aaaal either ataft as Barhn ite.i isMinrt tkat WP iBftaod l<> %  ...nil and M.m. tnd Ihe nest rr djt. will "n Pats H (AIT. I V \\ \lt\l R ir.riie. M |t I IIM.IM, Tub\.iil Lrie Snares Jump i. |n>iidaiii ,'ii'ie a The Ijcl I llUni shaies i ianta have %  %  I few %  ...... .omment Loodoi V this mornI The price lodai i.. four ahili | all penea eomIII I) thr* I illg lust ..nil not Isai ..ill live %  %  .lit f.' ., • I-. I mi in January so that they seem f lll> v I .Truman Ma\ (ret More Powers %  1 I AnnI lo i lad I %  A i.l %  Inrignarl i act in easaa .... the hind I needy I —f.r liter COAL TALKS JUNE 20 %  J^Klge^ war. Mi T J i %  Idas of Bermuda Mi i' 11 nosed bi the 1 %  coiil PC-J] negotiation! in Paris, H tin. was learn jto-day — Raaler ir. and a> On sar 3 I IMane Behi I \<> Year Old <;irl KAIfA'lll. June 0. %  %  i raR to %  %  %  • %  %  |j i %  I r.'lll r CRUSHED TO DEATH i--. %  i %  % %  %  %  %  %  -'ation and a Waterman of Bulkchr; and I (idvorate I



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS IOV TAKjr*J %  VOO TO iT.,.1 WCK>E NOU E TWI MOST CEA-TEO WOVHN 'N EJHOT*E... T NOUBB TAiCSS w3 TO VOuK Ci5wNTB?V TO T-E Taexsuee 0= t^ooon • ^ ,-M BLONDIE £ THESE SOOIMfl R f 0*10^9 8LOXlE ^ FtJT N M^ -H S B A I CUMCM APE 1 tw&eH>} THE LONL' RANGER BY CHIC YOUNG %  J %  BY FRANK STRIKER J MUM. WIT SW6 r.w-mS ID SfiOt if HE RTO PQCK EPW* 0*F£E WWE* T-E rt :o W\0.\ WITH WHISPER IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE rm$T.VI0OCQ-1.r. Till Ml WMOSI nKGMPWi-rrS CiD YOU KNO ON Tn* Ml** -' so..ivF *' 'n %  .^•datr*"* 1 Minur THAT ^>i~ '<* %  // UJCCI VT 010VIS Tp| -w \ I // -••An \ r-^Bt \ UA\ "Imflt SKOI MIM.'lll • TB^L^' tm i Will TMtW TOOK TIM*Wr j o" AfTtnwAmus' JTW ^mm\V\>^_^.i^" "' k^"*****^' '"JBIfcVrl • flW fcrr. %  1 i^v % -. ^i^iv Bl^ .4 ^PtJ^SfcaJW BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC.MANU^ M UO .TAWS V-OUL.D DO U-> COOP' PADOV-l:>W ft •. %  OtJSOe*T &t. H ATUKH. j %  % %  ••. %  1 rt-Tr;*Twfl AT ..iin-. AVJ OUT I WO %  ... JIP KIRBY FOR BEST RESULTS USE A='STt^, _^ BY ALEX RAYMON) i nm.*mmt -rosea "< 1 avn WANTTO | ITMILAC-. ciuci roaaa' c.„: JU...WITHA BUB CCaVT/iM THAT 0A6 AS-N' M£... AF^A,^ I DC'"" BA-g ETM SuC*.C-^ -iE'-^ **" ""S / "HE PHANTOM SM >7UAT ttflPlf CAlMi TH[ iff BY LEE _FALK ft RAY MOOR?. 33 Tfi IDOL GUD0FNLV .\,V<.APf,A nmeiccurcfrN y^ iSl^ KEATINGS KILLS ft. DD.T. Larg.r^cd. mindim A IUIiTir KEi\n\ MIXED PAI1VTS \\ M.Ct. PHOM1W A. S. BRYDEN & SONS am ll. AGIiNTS. BREATHE 1 FREELY.. .ALL DAY LONG! Ctttvport.l.h.ndj VKla lull i!-l \..rli VOL: I : it a* often M needed I'Knd BMdkMlH ckan col ^topped now .. I't'Jtn a Heart Trouble Caused by High :od Pressure •''• pln k/ound th hoarn, d^iilniM. faaaaachaa U k of haai. an.l at.oVB #y* %  t -Vi. t-. Ii'Tvy. 01 • ir I>oot aUap. IOM of %  •moi* %  f 1 enartr. IrdlfafjMotL rwry kn4 % %  i.i. :. la ; -obabtY Miurf II eh lllood l'raaaur*. ThU %  a %  %  otl'Mi* dioaaa tBai rauaaa mm, ui %  tn cknear. bacaua* thin, .ma ma an comtoon H TroU n a or A pual> He atrok. •M"JM ara,rl Ir.-fnaul *f • 111a vary flrat rtsa* nf Naact ( rmrl* kr.un aa llyr.it>. • n<*> -iy. raduc.i Illgk BI004 >'• a I -iakca o U f-al nan a '-w ayi. Gil Piaxef %  rlMBIIal today It la BIU%  .1 % %  rtaUu vou farl WiirT*j| I t .' %  -> %  back aa i*tua ml $3% joiL can nou Si'xuMo :-r "tt'Jilffue, in. a. i: . UiA. Cotnmencin-May 17th 3 TIKE5 WEBKLY SERVICE TO GUADELOUPE MID MARTINIQUE BY BRITISH Jl lUMIKI.K'S 111:1 1, STOKKS (B'dw) LTI>. Kriwtl Slrt-M And llutlnit WESTti U*r Brtwd Street Rrldcetown I' irli ulii. .*..../ %  -HWAYS ^<32& 5-TONNiR suitable for a wide variety of Jobs Petrol or Diesel Engine Left or Right hand drive Normal or forward control \ %  new coffee! IT'S TIILK I>IIKOI a .z\ Ml ASK AX II S\MtOU\ ... TASTE MT / OIM 17 You'll call tttii gloriou aSnnborn thr "flu a liii.'" \ .if num-jK.i Li %  Gel A jiiiiiii from your grocer today I



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PACE EIGHT BABBADM IDVOCATI SAT! RDAY. Jl'\E 111. 130 ENGLAND LEADS W.I. IN FIRST TEST I M. P*f I but to mm In favour of Left* reached his own 50 in Laker*! %  %  %  i %  %  %  on* 1 fraeM r.i Run Out %  %  % %  %  %  %  % %  %  %  %  i ending %  %  %  ,: on Next oi d and Dollery In tin %  end his brM earner of the srhlch bad o %  eight 211—4—48. •iK wildly %  %  : 11M TMi.i.i.i-h n liable M in foo Barry took hi* sixth wicket o the mntch when he caught nnc' Iha wi Indian inning* S7 runs I I] makini Irl hnnded mat I %  mont in (heir od %  > fl arm retnnea OalMllWHI Start %  %  big to dlaEM ii run i scored. It wan u nrornttI West I I i n a pulled %  noil with 0 %  | %  iin ii> d<> dulj i i did not : timi 1 in bringing on • %  three orari whan U i can left hnndvr tonk over. a, RA roUavlni H U %  ball Thi . %  i ball ol Into Qod* . w.i no i %  %  lliird Wicket %  Oomtl at second 1 stomacti .II too unhappy i lost thn i %  %  tiun might hava been Improvoi to rtump i Ramadhln with th* • <:.ii iinchanaacL This vi JS • tragic aftBf for u would hava put PM Waal Indies luck on lop of the game which -till ha* to be ictrirvcd from the slough ol de*ponri. The half century went up In hour whan V.n iliy %  I .1! from Valentine In the Off th* IK drove %  was no In but Goddard at short lei dlvi d full lan
    lUlMl I .....,, David Lode-Smith and I Konneti %  them to %  r. ,,i i dawn in net, match an OB the *1n;i i 1.1< n -smith could have ant hi twn putts, but he keep through the match tth %  : % % %  by Janata Otmal and •' v/Dowd Irish pah who found Ulo diAVurty in all PUt ami Tad Banja n it n DRRAVS MILK I STOUT L" EDINBURGH SCOTLAND l.. i.v \*. cot vn CRICKE1 RESULTS 4 .nd •r.iN.li-. I(W> ilor is. M-iick 4 | ..... %  i Clk.i >• .. .... Ml .by n mni I..m*hlnIIH Clnk fnr M IUHJ li %  "i I' ,.k 7 f.„ v. 1 'll.KVntrihlf 131 Ti.ManMI 6 la MM !" 1ly 114. T.nrMill • tor passe i wing Robin* %  . th< C-8.01 (I.ill time 'mind Hu %  %  %  %  I I Taylor ag Me te.i menl whfc %  I hall Into I %  i. arbi Poai Worn Hum>, v. | wilkev. and Kobiiison. CB.O.B Pan La, Watfcaa, Har• Smith, Qrtgwar, Bannltt, 11 King, Williams, TOPJHII. I 1 Mi <) B Wrwk-h-riir.VorfcAt rwnhtMl* ITnivvmtv. Ihipnn an C,U.T-M Uniwru 'T fnr 4 drclarvd; Mar nM u.t X SU".,l,-.Tl lV. IK-MI* I'll It UcC rk*l U ArnuM IT. Hill t out U. DM* 91 Kb* irf mnlrh dri *"r.rlrt(.ir.v'i anoflini M G-Tdn %  111 I*. Vort.hlrr I**, 1"W •>1. Grovr 4 lor M And ..nil, Rl I Wll-m S3. BuirllfTK At lllord. bn Na40>iKhmih... %  %  ij|,ir m. IWil*A lS. ;il I Slid Mcuvdly xa for S dvinml iKtdnlalt •*. rn TI4 l.ii 7 0r> i .' %  - i% 143. Itonfall IS und MVnSfl) II* %  Hflwt D.HWI..^.t i% Avory hfai tii-t from the bach The combination "f b i U ninK and 1-i Maakell and thai i M Rolfa drew Brat-round byes and will go Into action lodai tSatui%  %  %  i .ii Rod g ai • and B i rbi III Danaotl hort leaving thai niiirnej the lulled to drop. Cl Mat, I. Anothei um ipoctcdly close ten waa hnrpuehM by Ern AtweU, -s ho wen bea t en OOUj U and i l.> Hu t ul J K. Ilodgcr a.ni Colin Buytey Atkinson, playing off u 14 got lltdH help rrom hh p.iitnei ..nd almost played hi opponent*' l^->! ball Mini • %  tiandi-d Even when Kodkir und Bayley ware three up and only four to play, Atkinson won the two successive short holes with a birdie and • %  p-" i' 1 keep his thiv still in the IUIIIIIMK One down and two to play Atkinson hit two tcrrillc wood* Which lell him just short of the dog-legged seventeenth. where a chip und a putt would have squared the match, but disintegration set In und he stuffed two shots while Bayley stood on the green and chuckh-i. realising his five was going In be good enough to cloaa out the contest. Kid C'nmhiiiuiion The kid aanblrmUon of David Innlss and Johnny Grace, whose total yean doesn't equal that of individuals m the competition, knocked off Ian Nlblock and Dean Klevan, while George Challcnor and Will Atkinson eliminated Henry Thomas and W. II Graimum. Byran Wybrew and P. D. Mc Dermntt also advanced to th. second round with a clean-cut victory over N. T. Willium' and Edwnrd IVtne. neither of whon was close to their top form Williams arrived late and started In a burst of speed that SOLE AGENTS MANNING & CO.. LTD. First Koiind roe i .i|, i %  ..I... The Brat nil pljver David iniiiss (II) i Grace (U) dogeatad fan Niblot-k ns> und Dim i Klevam (1 (leorge Challenoi i 13. and Willi.nn Atkinson (14. defeated Henry Thomux and W. H. Grannum iJ) .1 H. Rodger (4) and < ley (10) defeated Kru AtklfUOJ (I4> and Shirley Atwell (17); Byran WybrOw tK) and P I) Mi Dermott (11) defeated N. T :• i Petrie 19); James O'Neal (U> and J O'D Egftii (9) defeated (' I. Pltl %  ,.i E Benjamin (IS); R.1 Ing (B) aiui Rkhardfl VMmei (Scr ) defeuted David l.n.io-Smith (14) and Kenneth Hui B •Got iltt Muffle*.' ha rd ag m Mieaaai 1 fwi a dry. raspiag Maaatloa in tour ihruai? (old eojadng ool Gargle Uawrlae ft m liee f fc ba> meditcl>. DOtOg st> promptly snd l/c^utnilr may ki*cp a cold fr.." gcfiiiin lartOH i>r help ward II oat Uateriaa Aariiaarif reaehea wsy baca i a roui dunei nefatei ItBli mdhoos •.. i iliciir-.Mnn.it 4. old. gargle ] Isunioa sod keep R up-u '"y %  * *u a LISTERINE frttoptie 1 THE It Mill MKPS IHtWIMU PRESENTS THE' HILARIOUS COMEDY •THE MIDDLE WATCH^ FOR THREE NIGHTS S MATINEE v! n rums. riu. .11 M. I llli I.lil!<*• %  • MAI: I III. Itiil. I\\ BO\ IMIUIS >tu nw\ i gM EMi'iHt: mi \nti Smmtm still araihthh* fnr atl nit/lit* f#o#.v //#• feToo/ grant <\ v i in IBTJETS i ;; %  -. \> I HI I ft! < ORJtVQATBO BBXaTTS ) %  r, ii u H ui if toge (. \i v 19J£D i %  t i. .1 I >M1 I Ni I I.UVWI-.II KiixiiMi I I.IIHI:IM; 2b I BDN U N* I A No I Grade* Fur Cvfll %  % % %  — WOOD VLA I 8B11 tt i per %  me*. i ,-ii HU < alatu lii %  I WILKINSON & HUNTS CO., LTD.



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    V\Tl RI>\Y. JUNE I I II.UIIIMMI-. \i>\<>< \n Criekel Battle a) from pi e I Won il K -ii--..-iblc Pressrr.-n U expressed tt.' but if England ran %  i<* n no re..I -e much boosted ..tsmcn" shout Rae and StcMmeyer ihOWi no bnpoaa opening partnership in a tear. %  %  To my mtad, V. %  for t"-dav' poor show i.ut Wlkltal htm** 1 f acclunatl i pcd like a VtU igsj <,nfrom Hoo B-rr> stumped. This D haeomlng bat-man. uv< I ... %  no! have Dvtrj which, only took the adga of cause he nttempted to withdraw Johnson — llnndicip TWr GAMBOLS *> "** *i "afr •**' ac< *•*• v* no-**, ss **>WfMT i* It -n TOTe It) COiiK* -J saw dam %  .rr *KO IT" ut-a 7, ... %  ..M' Ml "V, | %  If? 4 : ^r*" 111 %  nttor %  %  i %  JFE INTEND TO SWIM v from pace I .-u ,t gf aWtom astflaa *o !• .mid M %  %  %  Eafllin UMCfl 1 MoaHw 1 Renewal d circle %  ihe British has do lUsh given %  %  •SO %  %  %  \\,MOW the dlffi n I I' % %  %  %  art imiol MM • 1' %  H r*int thoae In her grin sue aleeU her heart. MOM Than MMM K:igh-li pTOdll i lives in paid a price which will -HUP • %  • at i powerful and %  hich %  %  independent Alkt* England Leads H /. %  %  i. i %  Nor were DM without blank Chi have In%  r.il.if silent i :' '.\. • I 'A. %  %  a riling koOf % %  • Mi lag %  tump; and Don 11 underrated his rabbit* to the tent of getting himself out unnecessarily Fortunately the position b Irretrievable and I am mill I | for v,r orv for Mcory II %  Ban ben well—i. i battar OKU pactad Thaj %  % %  "day. Ju rnningi "' U* laprorlni DM avan if England reach 300 again — whi shouldn't—I am looking than they I Ofi %  [ • IK. would I %  comfor* Hijoyed by the 1 I than aflluan I cairv mi In the meagre coodltions which are %  of the British i IN) keep hi* undernourished bod; from death when his mail Draft R-plv %  %  %  \ %  • %  r.n l in I i %  i is m %  awUltai la i i\.^i bMlta • aaai ourvl'. Inn r araaM ii". help Ihrm bl bMtUVbN hlih * lo at rain Brtttit. %  eaaMgaj w %  -, ,. i %  %  !>. %  !-,.mu Cigala %  %  %  I take %  back from %  j %  %  three Ws M redeem : %  handsomely to-morrow and MM " laic day. Johnson's muscle has been) merit on Thuradny a Vfl serioui handicap. Th not thUnM In cry milk and blame UM ha was sorely needed ) gtatraoon to Ramadhln when.th. was taken gfirl fails, he u..' Ilritish Treasury for a dule So he il — at Irani ne knuu n< %  %  h.T. %  are. > know %  • with whom we are deallnc and t*r shall in;hi thin Ihlnt lo the hitler end Th*. delegation ..re firm and T ,„ | ,„ „,., ( rkaaaa determined in their solemn re-i.,.,. •'''•" %  _ big ext Heel BtkfU pjn By Enlisli producer af BUgU Oomos Is presumed to refer to Chg Q f lh( ; ,,;. ii.-i Mafgr fanners and then labourers. Until now the qgM lion of the beet sugar Ml been kept strictly outside discusSumming up ihe gviieral leellttl Tinivieclion of the West lnd-. : %  Government's sauar delegation's case by the l' K Government was given ment %  (Ini,. .1.1.in b li" %  %  ggWgllllll '•' iinsaleahl.nrfg cuiar in Ihe world, and regrflUhlr bu Ihe M"t bkilgg should MsT tli. tlUmpi lo find a Mdull ..Idahlr lh.ll gy from p*f I %  %  G %  gJD W< : Hap. Iliilton Rvlins I on lasj lo turn it la %  I lull Bdi %  I %  ist howler had %  i aeet %  i %  i i\-~ tin. but i little Indian was wiirn.i I %  %  ^ \ %  the r %  and ad tak*\i %  Barbados Honours The King C.N.S. lures Lowered irom page 1 return to the playing bV sisters—Ola and M. •urneri fir-.t and seennd N*MCtrra> i Syd Van \ y Lo U i Payne wss Unrd gnd Oil a programme of May Farley won a consolation %  i comedy in iho i antertalnad pular nun* %  Ai Phytag Field ariaa, His Inlurad side ion %  %  best, but Qoddaa bowlar A from the Bald bad Walcott had to Ibehind I an opening bowV commont. but mi tlon (o the fact that I missed IWi | : h %  • what their dismissal raul I meant to our chnnces %  i • up at tho One very iK-althy sign ml PI iyin| Field to match has been the fielding. N Athletic merely from '! %  Claw A stopping or catohlag • the fr*- g^^on^ although tbasa dul r C. B. performexi. but from Bl it. saw tan Goddard has Maratl :, ' sixth prizes were won by Chasterman fir-hl Jordan ("Pam '-i ' '• I %  %  %  S Ailcync ("Sweet Boy"). H Williams < "Jeepers"). Winnei of UM Fishing l the bo_n "Wlndola tho "Albeit". srhttO third and fourth pla-fi by •Atomic" and Fifth boat was "Unity No. 1" from Aiu,' i %  ChoTl i Few rWvg ie\<\ noi %  %  b for their temerity. In Class B the ragulta were %  %  %  %  I irth, i %  gth. ROSU 01 tl %  %  nd BUM Mos*,* a Ird, "Bain SmiJa." fourth, "Lady Violet; llfth; and '•Rita." sixth %  %  %  roni Moni' %  %  %  I %  %  %  Kotim! \<-< < %  tructor froi •I Doll" reLd I H I Of ; I batsmen and. to-day's fail' i rare competitors than meat does, or do lisheri withstaiunng, they can do it We jt phOM sports. The.' raced over a anl more and butchermotl nh on t|tM must do lance of three miles 81 Ungj eat most meit and hutch.n %  H mafca >\ t Ball Rnsjland *'"•*I, %  %  %  AH had 8 %  %  day s Nav rmng IB | %  %  %  %  %  a edge and I Bieh nine vent down %  Baa tun %  pi) into lb ,.,at short i . %  lay. 1 id played %  from Vail %  ;( %  %  Confuted ... : %  %  VOU tan'i be j-oti'rc dean v docs Andrew ^ pi ivid I rclrcshinn drink, it IllMI of Inner CaVsjassM Andrews docs its heal work m four Hafca. '' l1, %citlc the NtonuJi. lonej dfj rinallv. Rcntlv dem ust I Remember yOlM nAdfca %  in ihe morning MM, %  Mr] thedsy.iust tateonnHnpi ofcold watcrto tnakc ac.K.liii.i' I lusii.e^; drink oil silly mid Dotfgurt (hit %  %  i %  %  %  1 %  %  j and on ti %  Into UM .mo Lah. : iteadll: ANDREWS un? IT •JlHEgtlDEALIFORM OF LAXATIVE • Smoke To Hearts Del Hi HI II ,'. this match with v laid, and fish. Wash brook, and. il maj well In-, from tt. %  %  % % % %  • %  %  '>' % %  without Huttuu. If we do QOl do G m the Tug of War RuW it now. when shall we" I tt .eeen the two i %  : Itoa CM %  %  %  %  %  %  jl .-•ssela are Ml : real ..lid U23 ',5 Dr. Superman %  %  %  %  li Mil r i i i %  %  difnrult) •43. : %  ... I %  %  %  1 %  I I inllctpatod. n a simpii %  %  i ara.h— B . d.mated to "" '* %  %  total. %  ovai %  his duck. l i la %  i %  the boll into tho %  : %  %  I fas %  i %  v Lunch PIPES — IllltU.I %  ATI US iSD I i >1 KOI K S()l AKI.. IOKAI I OH I tl'SIW llll. t \IU\ I.Ill II HI.IH K COLLINS' DRUG STORES p**m**miWtft %  .;•.;•.::'. %  .'.',•.; %  %  .•,.•.•. %  -''-' ''** 6 'A rv..i catch. :u mad ; I %  %  %  Vali %  6 : %  ,!. % % %  %  %  %  ,• %  : .<< %  Mim t itmb %  minotea %  I r 10 I or HOYS Sit Hit* arMfc NUM. tn Baha m Rrouii or fllark BJajaa ii i | < %  ,,-, %  !_. HJ IHII'.SS SIIOI.S The quau. i %  %  %  ngs to al %  %  man. %  but to I •tnt %  f Join I and in fa I I reached Specially designed for Barbados, this brown broque is now on sale in the leading stores. See them for yourself made by JOHN WHITE %  %  %  I R good heal' %  %  %  i I.N )2 SACKED FROM DOCK YARDS %  %  %  %  Yards i ii.ii.in had navat oer awed Mm and hr balled froOU <|iitl" uniroiihled h> Hie < il-imi UM uhlrh h-d gaSM before l.odd.rd MM. 11 Uroiii.ht h'a Talaaitat. but the nuuiinr i..i ...ii Iraajbla UM bahi men and Ue part tin Fair TIIK KKIIISII |I\r\ --11111 IH I 111 ///////*W//VV/*W//. THE STANDARD VANGUARD IHE FAMILY CAB—Wlllll ErUTWilfJ r,,-'„-.ia'.. IB mi ..,1*11 anil H0w