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Tuesday,
June
195 0.



Trinidad Legislature |

Passes Currency Bill
Uniform System For East W.1. |

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) |
PORT-OF-SPAIN, June 12. |
RINIDAD Legislature this morning passed a bill imple- |
menting an agreement provided for uniform currency |
in the eastern part of the British Caribbean territory. Only |
one member abstained from voting.
The main provisional bill established, was the system of
notes and coins for Barbados, British Guiana, the Leeward
and Windward Islands, Trinidad and Tobago.

The unit is that the West Indian
dollar will be equal to 4/2 sterling

“OUR BATSMEN LET US DOWN”



D | t 1 in London. It was also recom-
e ega es mended that Trinidad shall be
the sole authorities to issue and
Draft Sober redeem currency notes in the W.I.
territories on the signing of the

agreement

Answer

TO GOVT. MEMO

(From Our Own Corresponde:



Civilians
Replace
Military

On Austria High Commission
LONDON, June 12.

LONDON, Ji

The West Indjes sugar delega-

tion met at the West India Com-

mittee to-day to put the finishing

touches to their reply to the Gov-
ernment memorandum

They were to meet the British



ee



Government on Wednesday, but Britain = to replace her Mili-
now the meeting has been post- | ‘9 High Commission in Austria
poned until Thursday with a civilian authority by

Mr. Gomes, leader of the dele- | 4Â¥SUSt 1, it was officially an-

gation, told me to-day:

‘I'm very satisfied with the
reply. The Government memor-
andum was exasperating, but we
kept our heads and drafted a
sober, well-reasoned answer.”’

Mr. Gammans, M.P., will ask
the Minister of Food in the House
of Commons on Wednesday if he
will make a further statement on
his negotiations with the sugar
delegation.

nounced to-night. Similar deci-
sions expected to be announced
at the same time from Paris and
Washington are part of a move
by the three Western Allies to
cut occupation costs in Austria in

view of the deadlock in the Aus-| YPHUOTO SHOWS G, EDRICH of Lancashire caught by Marshall, }
West Indies won by an innings

trian state treaty negotiations.
Though the number of British
troops in Austria will remain un-
changed, the size of the admin-
istration connected with the High

~ runs





Commission will be

greatly re-
e e duced by permitting it to be
Czeeh Exhibits |combined with the British Lega-

| tion in Vienna.

H l e | A Foreign Office spokesman

e d Till | 1id that Britain would be in du

jcourse replying to the recent

Bill I P id | Austrian note, making detaile:

1 Ss al for a reduction of oc-
cupation costs.

TORONTO, June 12 The Foreign Office announced

Mr. R. H. Dayton, Administrator} the appointment of the present
of the Canadian Internationai| British Minister in Vienna, Sir
Trade Fair, today denied a report | Haro'd Caccia, as the new British

that officials were holding Czech-| Civilian High Commissioner, re-

proposals





repuried to have been reached b
white men for the first time still
jyeaivusiy guard “military secrets’
of

Primitive

War Secrets
IN AMAZON JUNGLE

Ww aoHiNG' LON,
Two primitive

Uw., June le

bravilian wibe

ivrgotten = Civilization. bi



oslovak exhibits until the Crechs placing the Military High Com- Kalervo Oberg of the Smithsonian
paid their bills ‘ | missioner, Major-General T. J. WJ imsu.uGex tola today of his vic
The report had ted that] Winterton. — Reuter to we Wambiguara and Terena
Czechoslovak exhibits had been | - * amphi tribes deep in the Amazon jungle.
placed “under restraint” to be held He said they are suspicious of
until the bill was paid ' Shell Company whi.e men and of neighbours who
“We would not hold anything have white contacts “Curiously
that way without a Court orde li : enough, one of their major worrie
Mr. Dayton sajd.—Reuter W orkers Strike is that their military secrets will |
KINGSTON, June 12 be revealed” Dr, Oberg said

Transport men stopped wor's When a stranger aproac hes

e for 60 minutes at the morning] their bows and arrows are hidden,”
R C Priest rush hour here today, in support] Oberg said. “Two tribes have |

° ° ‘ considerable primitive culture

of a strike called at the Shell O#l

e jinstallation yesterday for better] They believe man was created out |
ailed In | wages and conditions of blocks of wood, and hold re-|
s a re r the sympathy sere is eenterls:.. ‘aie

As a result of the sympathy] jigioug ceremonies regularly a

Imany offices opened late today
| Latest indications were that
unless the Shell strike was set-
tled tonight, there would be no
bus service tomorrow,—Reuter.

Poland

Anti-State Activities

tired principally in feather head
dresses, their bodies painted with
complicated red and black semi-
geometric designs.
they go naked.

At other times

: —— — Tifey live in a relatively un-

LONDON, June 12 ‘ explored area in dense forests

A Roman Catholic priest, Fr “Graf S ee”? bordering banks of rivers which
Jan Trochim, has been sentenced Pp : form the headwaters of the
to six years’ imprisonment by a ;



military court at Bialstok, Ea

Destroyer Dies







ern Poland, for “disseminating
propaganda against the people of LONDON, June 12
Poland”, according to a Warsaw Admiral Sir Henry Harewoud,
report received here today ero of the first major naval action
The court found th Fr, Tro-|of the Second World War — the
chim “misused his pastoral activi- | Battle of the River Plate — has
ties and delivered sermons against |died at Goring-gn-Thames
the present State in man) | Sir Henry Harewood, who was
of the Bialstok Province” 62, was in command of the cruiser
In addition to the prison sen-|sGuadron consisting of the cruis-
tence it ordered confiscation of all|/ers Achilles, Ajax and Exeter,
his property and deprived him of|which outmatched the German
civic rights for three years ‘pocket battleship Caf Spee.



—Reuter ¢ —RKeuter.



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FIELD MARSHAL JAN
Minister of South Africa, now seriously

AN SMUTS, 80, former Prime
ill with pneumonia.

‘ aceording to Hawley

Amazon,.—Can. Press

Rain Halts
Forest Fires
STILL DANGER

JOHN’S, Newfoundland,
June 12
Rain has halted the threatening
advance of two fierce forest fires
in Newfoundland during the week-
end, but the town of Grand Falls
was today preparing for another
battle in case of a change in wind
Firefighters held in check a
blaze three miles from Grand Falls



st

but danger was reported still to
exist. Rain, and a change in wind
also helped volunteers to keep
back the wall of flame less than

two miles from the port of Lewis-
point in the northeast of the
province —Reuter.

*Times’ Writer
May BeBanned

From Japan
INACCURATE REPORTS

TOKYO, June 12
Mr. Frank Hawley, correspond
ent of the London Times, said
today he had received a warning









from General MacArthur's Chief
ot Staff, Major-Generai E. Ai
tnond, that as a “security risk’
he might be expelled from Japa
for writing allegedly inaccurate

despatches about the Occupation




According to Mr Hawley
General Almond on June Id
him that no accredited 1
tative should publish a wv
likely to.interfere h i}



MacArtnur's objectiv
General MacArthur

es il

| General Almond defined a secur

| ty risk as “a man who publishe
itrue informatior at it tt
| theatre of occupation or commana!’

—Reuter



Reuter
Tribes Guard |Flays “Allied Warmongering”| Pirates Rake









wited by Valentine, who took eight
This is the same ground on» which the First Test Match was.

s Berlin Correspondent



s



Cuts Adrift From British Press

LONDON, June 12

Reuter’s received news this afternoon that its chief corres
pondent in Berlin, Mr. John Peet, staged today what appeors
to have been a premeditated annguncement of his opposi-
tion to the policies of the United States and the Western
European powers,

He also in effect announced the severance of his connections
with the British Press-which he has served during the
past four years as a Reuter correspondent in Europe.

Reuters headquarters in Lon-

=| don comments as follows: (1) Mr
Péet’s action comes as a complete

| surprise. None of his British or



SPORTS

WINDOW | American newspaper and
agency colleagues in Germany
Cartic sutaks WA Ans oti apparently had any forewarning o:
econd round inkling of the fact that he had
ckout fixture. Y.M.< K'oe any pronounced political views
ae ere round of tH) His. news messages have always
Dpecition Viule Caritor drew a :
: been accurate, impartial, and
This evening will decide which beyond reproach,
f these teams will be one of the
finalists During the war he was a Gov-
ena hate Satan at dodge in ernment employee He joined
at divis . ‘
euters in London in 1945. He

TABLE TENNIS

The second round in the

Hen

dicap Competition’ will be don- reporters in Germany for two and |
tinued to-night at the ¥Y.M.C.A a half years
with the > 4 a es
ai Na Ghee be ee (2) Mr, Peet ceases to hav:
Murray M_svs Corbir any connection with Reuters from
Harding vs. Willoughby F this moment.
Hinds vs. Phillips 7 pom
pA ‘eect. Reuters chief ropresentative in
Gfenides: ve. ddeneis Germany is going to Berlin fron
Gibb: Willoughby 7.50. p.m Frankfurt, and he will tempor
Bynoe vs. Mayers or Worrell j arily take charge of the Reuter
Herbert vs. Coward | office in Berlin. Mr. Peet's re
aritaemn: sa ye placement, Mr Bay ar Henry
Lesiie vs. Murray !of Reuters Frankfurt office, has
already taken over the new er
; vice from Berlin. }
|
is | Warmongers
Labour | Mr. Peet announced today that
| ne “could no longer serve the
a. | Anglo-American warmonget
Is Still | He made the announcement at o
| Press conference called by |
} Gerhart Eisler, head of Fast)
2° . | German (pro-Soviet) Informatior.
Going Strong Department.
| | Mr, Peet thus in effect severed
his connection with the British
DECLARES WEBB } Press which he had served a
Reuter correspondent for the past

in an offic-

} ial statement today said there
was no change in the oceupatior
policies towards correspondents

Two message omplained t
were the banning of Left
Wing demonstrations
and the desire of the police
to have firearms handed in

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LONDON, June 12 tour years. Speaking in Germa
British Food Minister Maurice] he said “as a western journalist
y »day forecast that the]! have become automatically and
Government would con-| increasingly a tool for the Ameri-
t n office “well into next] can controlled war machine
ar an English patriot, demccrat (
lover of peace, I cannot conti
Webb, until recently Chair-}| along this path”
of ‘he Parliamentary Labour Mr Peet seid the “last stra
meeting at Catford,| was the lying and warmongerin;
n reports in the Western Pr« of
: the Whitsun Youth Peace demon
“Chis Government is going to] stration in Berlin.”
on much longer than a lot of “The Anglo-American occupa-
ople fear The Government] tion police in Germany are aimed
ild choose the moment for the] at making Western Germany th«
ction, not the newspapers.” jumping off ground for new
war,” ‘he added,
He said: ‘We shall decide when He assured the conference that
want another mandate, not] he jad not been influenced ir
1¢ Opposition.’
—Reuter. @ On Page 3



S. AFRICA GROUNDNUT
SCHEME COLLAPSES

After Consuming £34,000,000









news| 0M Sunday with a

has been one of Reuters team of |*



Price:
FIVE CENTS
Yeéar 55.

‘



2

m

Lancashire wickets for twenty -
concluded yesterday

| Midnight



Trawler

DONEGAL, Ireland, June 12

Police, after all-night question-
ing of fishermen inthe Culdaff
area of Northwest Ireland, said
on Monday that they expect to
make arrests “any time now” in
connection with the rifle attack on
Saturday on an English trawler off
the Donegal coast

James Richard
year-old skipper of
trawler Loch Esk
Campbeltown on the
99

H
Wayman 2-1 it
the 93-ton
arrived at
cottish coast
calibre bul-
thigh He said
boats, each
20 Irishmen had

ly



let wound his
three motor fishing
containing about

in



Wicket Was Bad But
For Both Sides

W.I. Musi Avoid Charge —

Of Poor Sportsmanship

Says Jimmy Cozier

OLD TRAFFORD, June 12
[WO THINGS lost us this match. First, our
failure on the first day to pre’s home the ad
vantage between lunch and tea, when Evans and
Bailey really won this match for England. Second,
the failure of our batsmen. :

The Evans-Bailey partnership is easily for-
given. Such things happen time and again. That
is tke luck of the gaine. But the position should
have been retrieved.

We barely scraped a measly 200 while England, bat-
ting third, could still do nearly as well as they had first

time round,
iiawever you look at it, Our batsmen let us down,
There will be a next time—three next times in fact—and

wc took to them then to redeem themselves,
the Wicket... jhoped the boys would make the

And now for the wicket. All the | PUM, it was fond hope rather than

Boch wag strongly condemn-
atory, and Goddard was quoted
by the “Daily Express” as fol-
lows:—

‘Weeket? It's not a wicket!
They ought to be ashamed of
themselves. I would like to see
the Aussies being asked to play
on it. No—it is not the worst
wicket I've played on in this
country—it is the worst I've seen
in my life.”

orming papers carried stories to- | expectation But we did expect

Z : . , 1 >| » se 5 | >

day quoting opinions expressed b ee = i ¥ ae reas "pe

Goddard, Nidnmey and Nunes on 4 See P= _ Ps id
the state of the wicket Prams

c of the wicke It may be very consoling to us

to blame the wicket, but the fact
remains that we did not make as
xood a showing «as we certainly
should have done

The West Indian Captain,
Manager, and President of the
Board of Control, will swing the
pendulum of public opinion — no
mean factor for the success of the
tour- to the other extreme.

England Scored 600

the part of the West Indians

discerning
the wicket was bad from the start
and grew
ceeding
that

sides

Situation, the uectaere Grouna
Committee appear to have instruc

ted the cr

|
CAPTAIN WOUNDED taste and to give rise to alle-

T showed it to Jonn this morn-



Already people are saying “It
ing and he agreed that the inter- cold not arte bees on ae if
view was not misreported The | England could muster 300 runs on
trend of the interviews in the | jt twice running.” This is the
other papers was very similar and, , yiew of one of the English Test
personally, I deprecate these | selectors Jack Hobbs’ view is
: . » fre ‘
Statements to the Press that the match was very enter-

They tend to have an unpleas- tuining--as it undoubtedly was—
. and this is all to the good, Sey-
gations of bad sportsmanship on ‘ pus “att

eral other sports writers share this
view and it would be bad policy
to be too bitter on the subject
and lose their support.

However, it is ended, and I for
one hope that the incident will
soon be forgotten. The England
team for the next Test match in

Bad From The Start
Mind you, it is agreed by all
sports writers that
worse with
hour. Everyone
Alec Bedser and a sound
ines Johnson would have made
not only untenable but definite-

each suc-
agrees
ed on Sunday.

Now for today’s play. Christiani

dangerous for the batsmen, buifand Stollmeyer went out this
conditions were the same for both} morning in the unusually bright
sunshine which has been almost a

As far as I can understand the} phenomenon for an Old Trafford

Test

Christiani took a four in the first
kroundsmen not to over

raked his vessel's decks with rifle crane the-lwiaiess “No cat vedi over by on driving Hollies wide
fire, At the time of the attack,] @ billiard board, but it ja doubttul|es oe joe Walle Stolmeyer. cag
about midnight on Saturday, the] whethe; it was intended to go this tented himself with receiving six
Loch Esk was fishing about four far ~{|balls from Berry without any at-
or five miles off the Donegal coast It is very doubtful, in fact for | ®™Pts at a scoring shot. Next over

“The men were definitely Irish, | sue; policy may’ well have] Christiani went It was Hollies’
and they were definitely out to | poomer inged had the coin drop- third delivery and Robert cocked
ao 1 could hear the bullets } ped the other way round it up tamely for Yardley to dis-
oe ceeare wheelhouse Dismal Ending miss him for six with the score-
sas wa their last burst that got Really it was a dismal ending board reading 136—-5—6 This

The mate Ronald Clark, took | SIX wickets were set the admit-j}was Indeed a calamity and the

over the wheel and headed for the

tedly Herculean task of amassing | press correspondents sitting near

open sea dragging the fishing nets 264 runs on a pitch which would}to me busied themselves writing,
while Chief Engineer Thomas {/8Ye been an Augean stable to | undoubtedly, obituaries on West
| Snape bound up the skipper's leg, | “" batsman Frankly, while we @ On Page 8

—(Oan, Press)



New British
Plane Tours
Europe

BELFAST, June 12
A new British amphibian air-
craft, the Sealand has returned







here after a six week 10,000 mile
demonstration flight which took
ii to France, Spain, Portugal,
Morocco, Gibraltar, the Canary
Islands avd Northern Italy
Mr J. Carlett, ales repre
ser ive who was on_ board,
forecast 0d business as a result
of the tri
“Enthu tie interest in the
Sealand shown in Spain and
Itai h aid
lhe 1 aireratt which cost
€1£23,000, « alight and take off
i 1 6O) ed space on land o1
ter
One 1 le being built , {
n Indochina by the Americar
Christian Missionary Alliance
—Keuter
(
}
Judge Delays |

5

Accused Spy’s
Transfer }
TO NEW YORK

PHILADELPHIA, June 12

Hart Gold, the Philadelphia
chemist who is accused of acting
as a link between the British atom
spy, Klaus Fuchs, and Russia








day heard a Federal judge post-}?}
LONDON, June 12 public expenditure, wus review- pone indeAni a move to trans-
The Public Accoynts Committee |ing the aceounts of the Overseas|fer him to New York for imme-
the British Parliament today|Food Corporation, which admin-| diate trial
reported that the controversidljisters the groundnuts plan, f it The 39-year-old chemist thy
East Africa groundnuf® scheme | second year of operation—-March | grim-faced throughout a 20 min-]|
I so far cost ovet £34,000,000,| 1948 to Mareh 1949 ute hearing, the only ign of
elding "0 appreciable revenue,; ‘The government-appointed cor-|emotion being a constant blinkin
that the original plan is im-} poration took over from private|of his eyes {
practicable enterprise about a year after the| Gold’s court-appointed attor-| }\
added that the report onjhtart of the project, which was ney, opposing a Government re- i
i the plan was baséd was|begun in 1946 to provide Britain|quest for the transfer, asked for]
eriously misleading The com-| with valuable new source otian opportunity to examine Gold t
mittee, an all-party watchdog of|vegetable oils —Reuter further.—Reuter.

A it la ahs ay





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Radio Contest

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Listen in to TRINIDAD STATION TOMORROW
(JUNE 14TH) EVENI'’G—from 7.30 to 7.4 p.m. and
take part in the Contest—“WHAT TUNE IS [T°”

IST PRIZE of $5.00 and a bottle of K.W.V. Paarl
Tawny goes to the competitor whose letter sent through
the Post ONLY with correct answer FIRST opened

by Hull & Son.

OO

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wwded to

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of 6 r Competitors whose lett hi

rene answers are wened ¢ thay '

Hull & Son

cons correct

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N.B.—Names of Winners of last Wednesday eve

ning’s contest will. be announced over Trinidad Rad

Barbados wi

Plar

Station tomorrow evening (7.30 to 7.45)

ners Room 30:

ire asked to apply to Hull & Son
New

tatioi Ltd., Building, Lower Broad Street for

their Prizes
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K. W. V.

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two weeks’ time will besmiinpune- o—-







PAGE TWO







Carib Calling She got

COMDR. AND MRS. NORMAN

way to the aircraft yesterday morning at seawell
route to England via Trinidad and New York

OMMANDER
man.“Poppa”

a

and Mrs. Nor-
Daysh left Bar-
bados yesterday by B.W.LA. for
Trinidad; - They were supposed to
have left om Sunday to make con-
nections at Trinidad for New
York, but B.W.1. Airways’ Sunday
afternoon flight to Trinidad, was
unavoidably detained at Barbados

The Daysh’s are on their Way
to England for a holiday but plan
to spend a few days in New York
en route.

On Long Leave

ISS MARGUERITEROS-

TANT, who wis in Barbados
about this same time last year
arrived yesterday morning from
Trinidad by B.W.1A. to spend
another holiday here. She is with
T.L.L. in Pointe-a-Pierre and
on long leave. She will be here
for about two weeks before going
to Venezuela for the remainder of
her holiday. Her sister Antoifiette

is



who came to Barbad:is with her
last year did not accompany her
to Barbados, but will be going

with her to Venezuela
She is staying at Cacrabank

More Coming !

ISS ELAINE BERNARD who
is with the Royal Bank of
Canada in San Fernando arrived
yeg@terday morning by B.W.LA
fr Trinidad to spend two weeks
at Cacrabank. Elaine used to go
to school in Barbados
She told Carib that three other
Trinidadian girls will be coming
over on Wednesday for a holiday,

They are Miss Claudia Evelyn,
Miss Helen Tait and Miss Eve
Anderson,

After Two Weeks
Se to Trinidad yes-

terday by B.W.ILA. were Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Alkins who were
here on two weeks’ holiday. Mr
Alkins is with T.L.L. in South
Trinidad. The first part of their
holiday was spent at Cacrabank
and for the last week they were
staying with Mr. Alkins’ brother,
Mr. Bert Alkins.

Intransit
T. COL and Mrs. R. A,
Erskine-Lindop were intrans
it passengers on the “Golfito”
from England on Saturday morning
for Trinidad after spending a
holiday.



this issue, and these lucky people | 2. Obiiver di 5. Nash: pte oH 1, deter
will be called upon to do some Beto: de ‘By, ar Bent! 22,,pespite Ret
guessing on Thursday. 21, Ark

BY THE WAY » cetcucomser
counter-claim against an informer, This, in fictional form, is the

-DAY being June 13, in ac-

cordance with my annual cus-
tom there will be no opening
paragraph to this column. To-
morrow will be as usual.

More of It

Mr. Gooseboote: My
friend will not, I take it, deny that
a Baronial Court of Assessors
had power to challenge Moulin
Banai and Four Banal,

learned





Mr. Snapdriver: Certainly not
But neither will my learned friend.
I take it, assume that capital mes-
suage could be tinkered with by
a reeve or seneschal or seneschal's
auditor.

Cocklecarrot; Get back to the
garterettes, gentlemen.
Mr. Gooseboote: With great

respect, m’lud, the intervention of
the firm of Snibbo Ltd, in a

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DAYSH are pictured on their

They are en

Lt. Col. Erskine-Lindop wh:
vas at one time Deputy Commis-
soner of Police, Barbados, now
iolds a similar post in Trinidad
During his brief stay in the
Jand, he paid a visit ta Gpl
R, T. Michelin, Commissioner. of
Police at headquarters, Central
tation.

Attended Dress Shows

In London
RS. I. E. BEGG, wife of
Lt.-Col. Begg, M.B.E., who
is now in Dominica with Colonial
Development Corporation, rd-
turned on Saturday by the Golfito
from England where she had
spent six weeks’ holiday

She expects to remain here for
a couple of weeks before joining
her husband in Dominica and will
be staying with Mrs, Yard at
Stepney, St. George and Mrs,
Y. Wessel at Pollards, St. Peter.

While in England Mrs. Begg
said that she visited all the big
London dress* shows and saw
some of the Paris reviews includ-
ing Christian Dior and Jacques
Fath, She also saw the Victor
Steible and Hardy Annies shows
in London and. thought .that the
fashions were more beautiful
than she had ever seen.

Lt.-Col. and Mrs. Begg cama
out to Parbados in May last year
when they spent nitte. months’
holiday at “Glenrise,” Pine Hilf.

Will Spend Several
Months

OL. C, G. SMALL, retired
Indian Army, was an arrival
on Saturday morning from Cyprus
via’ England by the “Golfito”, He
will spend several months’ holi-
day on the island and will be
staying at the Marine Hotel.
Col. Small was last in Barbados
two years ago,
Was Here In 1948
R. W. REED-LEWIS of Toron-
to who was in Barbados in
October 1948, arrived on Saturday
by T.C.A., on a short visit. He
will be here for one week stay-
ing at the Ocean View Hotel.
Guess !
HE list of holders of Lucky
Tickets for the Jeffrey’s Beer
contest is published elsewhere in

has reopened the whole question of
the ancient usages of the borough
in question. We can show that
Snibbo in the eleventh century—
that is, of course, the land on
which the factory now stands—
was held of Richard of Bellesme,
the suzerain also of the land now
oecupied by Thorogrip House.

\ Cocklecarrot: Forward to the
twelfth century without preju-
dice to the whacking great retain-
ing fees of you two gentlemen,

Grandma is After

The Gorillas

~RANDMAMA has run away,*
vouchsafed Myrtle. “Run
away?” queried Paul, “But where

>

to?’



“To the Belgian Congo to hunt
gorillas,” riposted Myrtle.

ey |

OCCASIONS

Green, &



a

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t

8.
Ss.

le
Mrs

that not only the
Sir
Wilfred
happy they are about it.

nothing worse
storm
show,
getting away

middle

But When She
vanished—ah, there
was a mystery

By

JOHN PREBBLE

‘FIFTY books!” exclaimed Mr
a them have beguiled and made
eisure.

This dignified enthusiasm is not aroused by
but by

itest Fabian tracts to hand,
o-morrow will be published the
Agatha Christie, writer
well known among the wel
Premier, but Mr
Shawcross, Sir
Pickles have gone

So

Hartley

While Mrs, Christie looks and
dresses like a happy provincial
matron who has experienced

than the thunder-

wrecked the flower
has in fact, been
with murder.

Death's Dividends

BY
hot,
he

which
she

dagger-point and _ pistol-
poison phial and foul play,
has been decimating the
classes for 30 years, and

they have been so entertained by

the experience that they have
bought 50,000,000 copies of her
books.

she will
shadow of
1930 vintage,
my agent.”



















f

And at that rate death pays
her handsome dividends.
“But don’t ask me how much,”
say, smiling out of the
a large straw hat of
“T Jeave all that to

Her agent must have a head
or figures.
An outsider, judging sales





Jerioss

1 Mainter Whe once Diast an ulhcer

of the law? (9)

A we'come sight to many

eye but nothing to 4

sister (5)

Horsey noise caused by

1@ Upsets, (5)

As a shooter f% ts not deadiy

Confusion in the way

describes this command

Rough, obviously! (6)

The person for whom Eric trod

(8) 21. Part of a foot. (3)

22 On the look-out for a later

change, (5)

Something to mention contain-

ing what may be @ warning. (4)

2a Arom despatched ? (5)

25 A cross this ts usually a good
guide. (9)

4 sure
smal!

the gin

(3)
Sambo
(8)

Down

i He is ordered to lead,

alternative is not stated.
2. Exactly half. (3)
3 Is one always responsible for
this? (5)
Just the sort of pudding the
starter would choose, (4)
[t may be a mild 13 Across that
makes you this, (3)
Be this and deny everything, (3) |
Ordain. (5) |
Fragment that may be torn off.
(0)
The haunting presentiment of
respect. (7)
Invariably reduced by taxation. |
(6)
Coula be synonymous with 138
Across. (4)
An extra letter to a nice girl. @}
Found in all tree formations. (4)
A solemn observance, (4)

4 bu puazle.—Across:

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Ear; 21, Adipons; £ Rate
Peruse Dow Carpet.

but the
(v)

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substance of a news item I have
just read. The lady is 67, and is
on her way to hunt gorillas.
Note that she has chosen the most
difficult place, for in the Belgian
Congo the gorillas live in the
mountains, often 12,000 feet up.
To surprise them is difficult, as
they sleep’ on a_ different rock
every night. Their webbed feet
have led such authorities as
Ringbaum, Pelham, and Mont-
brizard to surmise that they once
swam about in the rivers. To
catch one this grandmother will
have to suspend a bag of saffron
from a_ pointed edge of rock
When the beast approaches to
sniff it she will pop a sack over
its head and draw the cords
tight and then drag her captive
down the mountain Unless, of
course, she has with her trained
hunters to do all this for her.



fiftieth book by
of detective

]

Norman
into print



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

aw ay with 30 Murders.

















Attlee

greeable

Many
my

the
the fact that

stories.
known is she
Anthony Eden,
Birkett, and

to say how

eee

voor

against possible royalties, may
decide that in a lean year Mrs.
Christie makes do on something
like £4,000. In a fat year there
is no telling what it might be

Her plays
reputations.

Motherly Person

this?

No telling, that is, anyone but

5 lower picture she appears with ner
sai’ Greenway House, their Devonshire home.

Five of her novels became films.
have made stage

WHAT sort of woman does all

An expansively built, motherly



before Nimreh is finally

ed

unearth-

In England they
in Chelsea, where, among “paint-
ings that can be lived with” and
gewgaws bought in local antique
shops, Mrs. Mallowan finds it
easy to become Agatha Christie
and write.

have a flat

There is also a six-bedroomed
house at Wallingford, Berks, and
a fine old G@grgian house over-
looking the D in Devon.

is made
daughter
grandson

The rest of the ramiiy
up by her married
Rosalind and her
Matthew.

All of which presents a well-
rounded picture of successful
novelist, wife, and mother

Not that it was always so; hen
literary career started with
“gloomy novels” wnich nobody

would buy.

When at the age of 20 she
wrote her
novel nobody seemed anx-
ious to buy that either.

Her seventh book, ‘The
Murder of Roger Ackroyd,”
established her.

Yet some of her most de-
voted admirers have not for-
given her for that book. It
broke the rules. Who on
earth would suspect that the
murderer would turn out
to be the kindly old doctor
who narrated the story?

She Disappeared

BUT no mystery she ever
created in fiction could com-
pare in dramatic tension
with the one she created in
fact. She disappeared.

This was in 1926, and
brought a wave of some-
times questionable publicity.
And 1926 was the year of
her first success.

One day in December her
car was found abandoned
near Newlands Corner. She
had gone. For two weeks
police crime reporters, vol-
unteers, bloodhounds, cars
and planes looked for her.

And then she turned up in
a Harrogate hydro under the

name of ‘Neele.” What a
plot! Had not she made
Poirot at one time claim

that it was perfectly
_. ble to disappear?
The public, never credulous for

possi-

the Inland Revenue. person, With white hair and a oe wanted to know whether half
poh ' © nervous voice. A woman of the country had been turned up-
Golden Gertrude simple, uncomplicated charm. A een to prove the Belgian
: a mre . Wom who says she would like â„¢sht. ,
iar, alles rere Te Ee te best to do nothing at all, “just .. Then doctors issued a bulle-
eee nr nere. © one occasion, Sit_in the sun with my feet up.” tin; Mrs. Christie had been
America. iere, on one oc , She once wanted to be a con- Suffering from amnesia,

she won a “Golden Gertrude” (a
literary Oscar) for selling 5,000,-

‘ then an ope
000 copies in one year. ; Lp a

couldn’t sing.”

singer, but

Gertrude turned out to be a She was born in Torquay
kangaroo statuette, gilt, not (When? Some 50-odd years
golden. And the English Customs ago) as Agatha Mary Clarissa

Miller, daughter of an Ameri-
can (“But I'm English”).
Christie

decided that it was “an undesir-
able import,” but finally let it in
under “the same conditions as the

cert pianist but was “too nervous,”
ay

is the name of her

The greatest mystery story ever
to come from Agatha Christie died
down

iter Fiction World

HOW high Agatha Christie
stands among the élite of detec-
tive fiction is open to debate

” asin 5 . She is no great character-
Lonsdale belt. first husband. Her second and
on present husband is Max Mallowan, _ >uilder, no original stylist.

“In 1948 Penguin Books és- Professor of Western Asiatic But in her books there is the

sued ten green-backed Chris-




Archaeology in the University of

urbanity of English middle-class

first detective ;

TUESDAY,

ren esd and

JUNE 13, 1950

Miranda—16



The strange marks lead Rupert
roumd a large tree and come to an
end just under a hollow place in the
trunk. He is just going to explore
further when a levely fair-haired

dof pops her head out of the dark-
ness. So suddenly that he nearly

les over backwards. “ Weil,

what do you want?" demands
the littk creature. ‘Can't | rest
withour you butting in ? And what
ate you doing with my label?"
“*Is it your label >" gasps Rupert.
“And ate those your footsteps?
Then who—who are you?"

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Q. Why do runners nowaday ee ee —_
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A. There is But it is vers ‘ 2 EN" iIKLETS ji
The starter orders: “Get to your marks.” ** Get set” . weight goes forward and the knee comes up, Ana wrong to do so. It can disturb CHILDREN’S ANKLETS in allt Colours
Maureen settles with (centre picture), “She's off '” your whole balance
both feet (o the start- Q Do you breathe normally i ROOLOIWAS seems SHOP.
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That is a question that few

A
of us can answer. I think that
we take several snatching breaths
Many men sprinters go through
-. 100 yards on two breaths, the
to hur dle eo # 6



YOU’RE A
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Q. Why do sprinters run on
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a race?















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SUCCESSFUL sprinting is like across the body... dashing Bamboo Tip que of hurdling from being unnatural, can easily
a hearty outburst of temper. That aight for the finishing line with t tually much mo dim ough repetition ult in a muscle being torn SMOKERY’
iol my phrase—but it is one I her eyes fixed on the track ahead ’ the men than the women Another is that it helps to slow FOR Mw en
like, Sprinting is an explosive, The arms must be carried witin i the Hnve ‘to go evel lL Sprawl chi. the flow of oe — |
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1ere is great satisfaction in startingeblpcks is governed by he : Sprint through freedom and joint mobility ie ih One te } . Ww
being able to run fast. And it is n echanical principles. he hurdle ump them His exercises act in the sa hurdler and me = sprinter must SERVICE NICK ROOM
over so quickly that the well- : Distribution of body weight over That ue See rifliant y as a ballet dancer acqu point straight ahead |
trained athlete can actually get a the leading ‘leg and arms has to hurdler like Dona kim- freedom ana range of movemen Ballet lets me down there. | SUPPI IES
feeling of tremendous exhilaration be considered in relation to the ming the top of hurdle and But that does not mean that still sprawl coming down from , a
in mediately after racing ingle at which the runner will dipping his bod ell forward as my earls sallet training helped the hurdtes because, try as 1 may a
Few runners are born cham- leave the starting-blocks when NO one has to work harder in he goes ovei ne int hurdling. Ballet dancecs’ to correct it, I tak@-off with my ware e: Ete.
pion The seemingly straight- the gun is fired. training than a hurdler, Hurdlers If you i hurdlin feet should point cut at 11 and right foot pointing toe-out, instead
forward hundred y rds race is, in The sprinter learns to keep are never born, They are made. use bamboo canes as obstac les av one ‘eloc! But the toes of the of straight aheaad.--l..E.S SSeS s
ome ways, just as involved in body weight ahead of the hips. How good they prove to be first, ra the height gradually va ee
the technical sense as is a Western She must understand the princi- depends to a great extent on the accordi tl progress ou lL
roll high jump or a hitch-kick ples of rear-leg drive and how to skill and patience of the coacn. ma
long jump snatch for the track with the There is not a hurdler who has Your coac should get you te
It is a mechanical process. The leading foot, not had at least one nasty spill, spr von ra track, or
tarter gives t order “Get lo achieve this perfection of even in training. And when onc gym tl vay between the Y Y 1 ES |
to your marks,” and the sprinter motion in a hundred yards race hits the track after rapping ninth and trides he will a N N | A i saaenpammname aes he Smuaanlk, |
is firmly settled with both feet calls for years of practice. Some hurdle it isn’t a pleasant experi- Ja ne of the bamboos 4 4 4 < ae wn
tight to the starting-blocks. One people learn quicker than others. ence. : Z | ad
knee is on the ground, as in th? But all have something to learn Ra I printing SHC Re
picture at top left of this page even the most rfatural of runners, My husband, who is my coach, spect i boo on
TAILPIECE I have an exer- groups the hurdle races with the the round hen with it raised
Up Comes That Knee cise to add to those I told you Sprints. He says: “Hurdling is by sti of three inches
THE starter gives the com- about—the trunk bending, the sprinting! Never let me hear you os , }
mand: “Get set,” and that knee back stretehing, and so on. talk about ‘jumping’ your hurd! er pmo boo ha
comes off the ground Tt seems to have little connec- Sprint them, Sprint through them Feiss - oe tt a
Now the sprinter, as in the top- tion with either sprinting or hurd- “8d between them to evn ee WiNnul
right picture, is ready for the ling, but T am sure that it does So think of the hurdler a wi 1

feel duce the
some-

his

who, while he may
s unfortunate that
hurdles in

sprinter
that it
one stuck those
way, was clever enough to devise
a way of making light of the
obstacles

my shoulders a lot of good.
There is a hanging pole at
Oxford University track, used for
training pole vaulters.
You just cant stop
climbing that pole

tarting-gun, weight well forward
on the fingers and the front leg.
In another moment she will be
on her way at top speed.
body well forward, arms working
trongly, halfway (and no more)

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a hadiial development It took picture, total corporate profits struction; construction materials The West German Economics oy 7 x wen
iene . hie after taxes in 1950 wili add up containers; corn refining; cot- Ministry toda innounced = that} THE POLICE BAN ap ORCHE &k
one oy Ae en M Heese tiaie to between eighteen and nineteen ton goods; furniture; fur eta as a abere aendint ith | -
sett tok Lok nates acai my billion dollars. This will surpass hardware, instalment crecit, Brazil could go to the Allied High
personal friends’. When asked the 1949 showing by from five to lumber; machine tools; neat Commission for approval after : ‘ ’ P c M
about his family, he said “it does ten per cent and will be topped packing motion pictures; oil the head of the German delega- Directed by Capt. Raison M.B.E., A, CLM,
hot matter because I am separat- only by the 1948 record when burners; paint; paper and puip: tio Dr. Freisherr von Malt

anyway”
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corporate profits reached twenty-
one billion two hundred million
dollars.





platics; railroads; refrigerato
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rayon; restaurants; shoes
soft drinks sporting gool
tebaeco;: to ind game variety
hainstcres; vegetable oil fats; |
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woollens and worsted |
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profits outlook this year for each ’ . |
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; S ; television and broadcasting; tele- $230,000,000 igreement vould}
French Currency While total expected 1950 earn- vision and radio sets; tires; truck- only be published after allied ap-j|
all- 2 y ears ago. iF : ‘ ine me ne N ) io’ are é yer-| .
Progressing it was pointed out that the 1948 cleaners; and washing mechine wee Seat n eee One _ . 1
PARIS, June 12 total included approximately two Industries expected to - The French Currency is mov- billion two hundred _ million profits in 1950 about the sane iron, electrical and chemical pro- *
ing progressively towards a_ de pope od a oe ovis 7 er ee listed as follo duets, and anistieg good A Joint
acto josition of stabilisation, ©*° 4 e ccountants: aaverusing: auto- commission is formed to combat
wut any attempt at a legal stabil- mark-ups. mobiles (new); automobils¢ trade and financial bottleneck: a OTHER
isation \ aid this pranuaet be On the pies r hand, in i < (used); automobile secessori¢ —Reuter AND DANCING, SINGING COMEDY AND
ore cure, the French Finance ventory shi ts are expectec © baking; banking; candy and che :
r? “t, M. Maurice Petsche said have little effect on profits, with ing gum; canned foods; children’ po) ' SURPRISING ATTRACTIONS
: fiak waaicle s >» high profit leve DT eet ea REJECT DECLARATION
today in statement publisne he result that the high profit level wear; cosmetics and toilet good 3 rat é
by the newspaper “Aube” official this year will be almost entirely drugs and pharmaceuticals; dry \LEX IA, Jur }
1 of the Premier's party true operating earnings. cleaning; electrical appliane ‘
krench newspaper article Unfortunately, alt industries i} (small); electrical equipment COMPERE
published Saturday forecasting an the United States will not share foods; glass products: hotels an
rly stobiisation” of the Frane in the generally. bright profits out- resorts; insurance, jewelr
ec bed in official financial look this year. Some industries Jaundries; lawyers; luggas
wey day as the expres-, will report lower earnings in 1950 machinery; mail order house Reuter NOR Vi AN WY CpevaD
s10n ¢ svivate \ , but okserv- than they did a year ago, 4nd a men’s wear: musics! iretrement ‘ a Z i
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BARBADOS sq ADVOGATE

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Pabiuscea Oy Thy Advocate Co. .ta., 4, Sroad &)., Sraaeuwwh

1950





Tuesday, June 13,

ROYAL EXPENSES

AMONG the measures for consideration
by the House of Assembly to-day is a reso-
lution for the sum of $1,369 to be granted
from the Public Treasury to enable His
Excellency the Governor to defray part of
the expenses incurred in the entertaining
of Her Royal Highness Princess Alice and
the Earl of Athlone during their recent
visit to this island.

It is not likely that there will be any dis-
sentient voice in the passing of this resolu-
tion.

The Royal visit was more than the enter-
tainment by the Governor and his wife of
two visitors. It was the occasion to which
the people of Barbados had looked forward
to have tangible proof. that the ties which
bind them to the Throne were still living
and effective. It was the occasion for them
to show how great was their appreciation
of this living reminder of the interest of the
Royal Family in the people of Barbados.

They have always been proud of their
relationship with Great Britain. They have
always boasted of knowing no other rule
than that of Great Britain. By these same
tokens they are now willing and ready to
pay for the entertainment of such members
of the Royal Family who have come to
them in order to give proof of that interest
and those ties of Empire.

If then the occasion was in honour of the
people of Barbados it is fitting that the
expenses of the visit should be borne by
the Treasury.

On the occasion of the visit thousands of
Barbadians visited Government House and
the Princess and the Earl were loud in their
praises of the courtesy and hospitality
shown them. It has been described as sec-
ond only to the rousing welcome accorded
them on arrival.

When it is considered that the salary of
the Governor of Barbados has never been
a princely one and that it has not been in-
creased since the beginning of the century,
and that the Governor and his wife have
the similar routine expenses as the ordin-
ary family, it would be asking this family
to foot the bill for the entertainment of the

Princess and the Earl.

The resolution before the House to-day
is self explanatory and far from meeting
with any opposition, will hardly provoke
any lengthy discussion. Its passing will be
more than a gesture to His Excellency the
Governor and his wife; it will be tangible
evidence of a measure of justice being done
to them.



Cricket

ENGLAND won the first of four test
Matches against the West Indies yesterday,
at Old Trafford, by the decisive margin of
two hundred runs, after a keen struggle
which ran into the fourth day, and in
which the fortunes of the game swung,
almost unprecedeitedly from one side to
the other. Every follower of the game in
these parts was disappointed, and it is
indeed unfortunate that unfavourable com-
ments on the state of the wickets, as far as
its preparation is concerned, should arise
at the moment. And these comments
appear well grounded.

It is to be hoped however, that whatever
the foundation of these restrictions be, the
incidents connected therewith will be soon
forgotten, and the tour proceeded with in
the true spirit of cricket. The old adage
“modest in victory, and cheerful in defeat”
stills obtains wherever the great game of
cricket is played, and West Indians where-
ever they are will congratulate Hutton on
his splendid batting with a damaged hand,
Evans on his crisis century for a faltering
‘England, and England on her ultimate
victory after a stern fight.

There are other Tests, at Lords, at Trent
Bridge and at the Oval and in them lie the
opportunity for the West Indies not only
to erase the unhappy memories of Old
Trafford but to enhance an already grow-
ing reputation as sportsmen who play the
game for the game’s sake.

EE

OUR READERS SAY:

able.
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To The Editor, The Advocate

facts are



‘They ll Toughen You=

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

For £50 a Week

NEW YORK



FOR the past week or two
I have been tantalised by a series
of idvertisements They are
aimed at the tired business man.

Come to us, they assert, and
you will renew your interest in
success and that girl in the
second row of the chorus

Well, I am no business man

but I am on the wrong side of 40,
and as tired as the next man.
Today I could resist no longer

So off I went as instructed,
not to a quack doctor or the
salesman for a new _ breakfast
food, but something called Biil
Brown’s Health Farm (For Men
Only).

As I turned into the
lined drive I might have been
é€ntering any of the rich men’s
estates which abound in Garrison
on the banks of New’ York’s
Hudson River

Arrival

The long low, white
with its old-fashioned
locks something like a mansion.
The young man who received me
showed me a courtesy that was
old-fashioned enough to belong
to such a setting

1 asked for Bill Brown. “I’m
sorry.” said the young man, who
introduced himself as Francis
Smith, but he has been dead
some years

I asked who was the new
manager Mr. Smith told me he
was Baynard Kendrick. That was
a name I knew: Mr. Kendrick
writes mystery stories.

1 asked to see him.
sail Mr. Smith, “but
hospital.” Then, as he saw my
doubts, he added hurriedly that
it was something to do with too
many fresh raspberries ‘He
had them in New York,” said Mr.
Smith, “not here on the farm.”

long, tree

building
portico,

“Sorry”
he is in

Mr. Smith proceeded to show
me to my room The room and
bath, board and all my treat-

ments would, I was told, cost me
£50 a week. I must stay at least
a week, and it would be better if
I made it three weeks Then



To the Cakes and Ale

an ill wind that

The ill

blows

a whole crop of good things. Fish
has been decontrolled, Points
have gone. Now petrol has been
derationed, and the freedom of
the road restored to us again,

It is plain that a curious
bouleversement is going on in
politics. The Socialist leaders
want above all things a restora-
tion of the power they enjoyed in
the last Parliament.

They are conscious that unless
they respond to the mood of the
people, they won't get it. So they
are responding.

What We Fancy

The nationalisation of the
means of production, distribution
and exchange is put into the
discard. Theory is relegated to
the background.

The whole basis of current
Government activity is that a
little of what we fancy will do
not only us, but them, a bit of
good.

Ministers beam on us. No one
abuses the middle-classes any-
more. Non-Socialists are no long-
er necessarily verminous.

My own current emotions are
those of a child who, having been
unjustly chastised and put upon
by a harsh stepmother, is sud-
denly made much of, caressed,
and loaded with sweets—but who
suspects that this outbreak of
unusual kindness due to the
imminent visit of an inspector
from the Society for the Pre-
vention of Cruelty to Children,

Confidence Trick

The Government senses that
the mood of the people is ex-
pressed in Shakespeare’s phrase:
“Thinkest thou because thou art
virtuous, that there shall be no
more:cakes and ale?”

It is bent on catering for that
mood. Not, however, because it
thinks that cakes and ale are
good for. us, but because a bit of
catering is, it thinks a necessary
preliminary to being able to cut
off the supplies again a little later
on,

In short, we are being treated
to a political version of the old
and oft-successful confidence
trick.

Now what are the Tories going
to do about it? It is no good
their saying, as they are saying
of petrol derationing, “We

is

the Fancy Molasses Board, as it

that a certain iS not in the i

by C. V, R. THOMPSON, who
was told: If-you don’t like it,
you can get out,

results

would be guaranteed.
Introduction

We went upstairs and along
a wide corridor. I was just
turning off to the left when Mr.

Smith stopped me.

“That's the alcoholics’ wing,”
he said. We like to keep them
separate. They sometimes have

trouble sleeping.”

I -hastened to explain that was
not my trouble. Mr. Smith
seemed glad. Otherwise, he said
he would have had to lock up my
car keys to prevent me from
“escaping” for a quick one.

My room was simply but
pleasantly furnished. “This is the
bath,” said Mr Smith, opening
a door which led to a room which
did not have one “Why no
bath?” IT asked. Mr. Smith prom-
ised to tell me later.

I was taken to meet the
physical director, Clis.s Miche
sen. He is a wiry little Nor



wee
gian who has been working for
ten years on middle-aged men
who want to be young again.

Chris introduced me to some of
my fellow-guests. The first,
man about 60, was a
millionaire.

About every three months he
has a fight with his daughter
because he has been drinking too
much, and he goes up to Bill
Brown's to get back on the wagon
for a week or two

a

multi-

Rules

Another was a bookie who had
decided that Bill Brown’s would
provide him with some good
exercise as well as a hide-out,
while the heat was on in New
York’s anti-gambling hunt.

Two of the younger guests were
brothers. They had not spoken
to each other for ten years
because of a quarrel. By acci-
dent both came to Bill Brown's
during the same week Such is
the state of relaxation after a

thought of it first.” They did.
But it is the Government which
has done it.

The Tories have to find an
answer to this appropriation of
their programme. What
it be?

To decry the new freedoms?
No. It should be to press for
more. And to press for them
precisely in those fields in which
the Socialists’ hands are tied
because of their dependence on
the trade unions.

Thus, there is an immense
housing shortage in Great Bri-
tain. Its social consequences, in
terms of family tension and
juvenile delinquency, are appal-
ling. But the trade unions main-

should

e e
Tories Must find an Answer
IT’S
nobody any good wind,
from the Socialist point of view,
of electoral failure, is blowing us

tain the restrictive building
practices built up in years of
unemployment though there is

enough building work waiting to
be done to keep every builder
employed for 20 years to come.

Set Them Free
The other day a gathering of
building workers took place to





* POLITICAL
NEWSFRONT

by .. W. J.
BROWN

consider just one subject. It was
how to secure freedom for build-
ers to work as long as they want
to.

However long a building worker
is willing to work, however much
he wants to work, however neces-
sary it is that he should be free
to work as long as he likes to
overcome the housing shortage,
the union rules forbid him to
work more than so many hours
a week.

Let the Tories announce that
while the housing shortage lasts
no man shall be penalised for
working at building for as long
as he wants to, and that they
will if necessary introduce legis-
lation to ensure this end,



Next let them promise to
tackle the cost of living
Socialist back-benchers con-

scious of this problem, seek to
evade it by attacking the farmer,
They seek, as always, not to

nterests of the fill one seat).

(Three large persons can easily

week of treatment, Chris said
that the brothers made it up

Now it was time for me to
learn the rules, “No alcohol,”
esaid Chris. “None. No smokir
either unless you ean’t stand it
And then you may only smoke
after meals. And always out-
doors, please.’

With an ugly eye on my waist-
coat, Chris went on:





“You ought
to lose weight. No butter or
potatoes for you. Plenty of
salads, but no dressing

“You.can have meat twice a
gay. You'll need that when I’m
through with you But ne



gravies, no sauces. And count up
your calories. I’)}] want to know
how many you have taken every |
day.

I must have shown my disgust,
“Oh, it's good food,” Chris assur-
ed me. #*‘Our chef used to be

famous in New York

in one of the
best hotels.”

Chris then showed me a card
which ordained t! life I woulda
lead during my tay at Bill
Brown’s-

MORNING:

(without tea or coffee); stean
bath, 7; breakfast, 8; hike up
and down a mountain, 9.30 to

10.30; another steam bath, mas-
saggy, and sun bath, 10.30
12.45.

AFTERNOON Lunch, ‘3

How To |
Write A
Best-Seller

By Virginia Graham

THERE are published to-day an enormous num-
ber of books which never receive attention from
the critics.

They are not, in the narrowest sense of the word,
literature, for most of them, to be frank, are ex-
tremely badly written and slip happily into the
category of Tripe. Nevertheless they sell in mil-
lions.

.It is no good arguing with facts.
sell.

These books
And they sell because they are the perfect
answer to the Englishman's innate yearning to be
cerebrally inert whenever possible. For we Eng-
lish have never cared for thinking. It is not an
exercise we admire.

NOT all readers, however, are obvious escapists.
Although there is a c:tegory which likes vicarious-

Gym _ drill, 6.30:]1Â¥ to live the lives of out-of-this-world romantics;

there is a large solid body of people who like to
read about themselves.

For the millions who escape via the printed word

to |into a glorious world where Channel-scented duch-

esses are swept into the arms of Spanish gigolps on
moonlit terraces at Cannes, there are millions who

another hike or a stiff game of | Prefer reading about Ivy standing in the fish queue.

tennis or squash, 2.30 to 4.30;
yet another steam bath and a
salt rub

EVENING: Dinner, 6; after that
a nice quiet evening of table
tennis, if I have any energy left

and, if not

the TV set.

LIGHTS OUT. 10.

Chris took me _ through his
gym. It looked like a room
designed for medieval torture.

tional, aunt-ridden and sink-bound, is always nice
Tnen he showed me why there 2 Sana ? >
was no bath in the bathroom: to read about because it is always nice to see

he would squirt me with a
point cold hose after my
bath.

pin-
steam

@ On Page 7



(Soe.)

divide
town

unite but to
to rouse the
country.

Let the Tories proclaim
they will survey the series of
steps through which commodities
go between the point of produc-
tion to the point of consumption
with a view, not to driving agri-
culture into the pit as it was
after the 1914-18 war, but with
a view to seeing that while the}

|

They
against

aim
the

that

farmer gets a reasonable price
at one end the consumer is not
mulcted at the other ‘

Current figures are complicated |
by the subsidies. But for the
year 1938.—the last complete
year before the war—the figures
show that for home-produced/
food the consumer paid two-and-
a-half times as much as. the
farmer got for producing it.

There is the real Battle of the
Gap.

Next, let the Tories promise
to bring the operations of the
trade unions within the scope of
the Monopolies Act

They Are Ashamed

T am all in favour of breaking

a chair in front of]a fashion that his reader can identify himself with

“There!” cry the first batch, “but for appalling
bad luck, go I!” and “There!” murmur the second
batch with a comfortable sigh, “am I!”

To be successful with the masses, in fact, it is only
necessary for an author to arrange matters in such

one of the characters. In order to do this, he
must either be outrageously imaginative or simple
as a muffin. Pensive he must not be.

The good English family, hard-working, unemo-

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fore a huge success for Dorian Lee’s latest*—her
last book ran into six editions—for she has cleverly

combined both the exotic and the familiar, the
East and the West,

om
Her heroines are Vriang, a Balinese Temple
dancer who is “slim as a bamboo wand and lovely

as a blossom,” and Joanna, who is a nice, tweedy
English girl.

The hero, Richard Mallory — unbelievably
enough, there is also a Freddie Carruthers and a
Robert Cardew in the cast—marries the Balinese

girl and brings her back to England to live with
his mother. .

So on the one hand you have all the friendly
Gish-washing, the village gossip, the garden in
the rain, crosswords, the radio and the vicar, and



down restrictive practices, trusts
and price rings, when operated
by employers. But I am_ in
favour too, of breaking them down
when practised, under gpg
conditions,, by trade unions, |

Hundreds of thousands of
workmen are ashamed of the
restrictions they have to comply
with and the go-slow they have
to observe, But they are unable
to withstand union pressures,

The Closed Shop has put into
the hands of the unions not
merely a weapon against the
employers but a weapon against
their members—a weapon of
terrifying power when directed
against poor men.

In short let the Tories come
out on the side of liberty. Let
them seek to release the native
creative energies of the people
from the network of restrictions,
regulations and controls which
make England a prison.

Not that I love the Tories any
more than I do the Socialists.
What with the Malignants on
the one hand, and the Stupids
on the other, our country carries
a double cross,

But if we can get a competition
in wooing between the Socialists
and the Tories, ordinary folk
may one day be able to breathe.

(World Copyright Reserved)

—LES.



a_i,

Wicket Rules ?

on the other the mysterious East, the little soap-

stone image with emerald eyes stuffed under the
pillow.

YOU can choose between identifying yourself
with Vriang “clad in a near-transparent garment
of some gauzy black chiffon sprigged with gold”
whose hair hangs ‘loose and lustrous in a cloud
about her neck and face”; or with Joanna who has
“slim, gallant shoulders,” and is like the English
countryside, “strong and enduring but with an
inner warmth ready to burst into blossom at the
first touch of sunshine.”

The thoughts with which this book is burdened
are not profound and we can cheerfully recognise
them as our own. So our desire to know what
happens in the end—a very real desire—is not dis-
tracted by mental disturbances of any kind.

We do not worry in the least about style, for we
have never been interested in the turn of a phrase
or the balance of a paragraph. We just read
smoothly on, relaxed as babies, and when we have
finished we will pick up a novel by Simon Dare
and then a novel by Alexandra Dick, and
not one cell of our poor tired old brains will
question anything, agswer anything, learn anything,
— anything or, after five minutes, remember any-
thing.

Wasting our time?

Well, what’s reading for any-
way?—L.E,S.

WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED

“LOVER COME HOME, by Dorian Lee.
(John Long 9s, 6d.).

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SIR,—In your issue of Sunday
1lth inst., there appeared an
article in your Editorial Column
headed “Fancy Molasses” and as
there are several statements in
this article which are very mis-
leading I shall be glad if you
will publish the following in
reply.

Your article states that
ment by Tank Steamer
be made this

ship-
should
year because by so
doing the Island would have
sold an additional quantity of
Fancy Molasses which was most
desirable, Let me say that every-
one interested in the groduction
and shipment of our Fancy
Molasses is most anxious to
increase the sale, but this must
be done in an orderly manner
otherwise chaotic conditions
would result which would injure
very seriously thjs most impor-
tant industry to the Island.

It has always been strongly
stressed by the buyers in Canada
that there should be uniform
prices to all importers and these
should be guaranteed for the
season. The Exporters, therefore,
guarantee their prices against a
decline which enables the buyers
to place their orders early in the
for their full





year season’s
requirements, confident that no
, cheaper Molasses will be avail-

procedure was agreed to by ail
Exporters for the marketing of
this year’s Molasses and ship-
ment by Tank Steamer was not
included. On the basis of our
agreement prices were cabled to
the consuming markets and sales
made, and the Fancy Molasses
Control Board arranged the
necessary production to meet
these orders. Sometime after
these sales were made, it was
discovered that two Exporters,
both of whom had agreed to the
marketing procedure referred to
above, made a sale to a buyer in
Canada for shipment ky Tank
Steamer, because by so doing this
buyer would get his Molasses
at a cheaper price. As soon as
this, was known in Canada
several Exporters were informed
by some of their buyers that, if
this sale in a Tank Steamer went
through, they would have
cancel a large portion of their
purchase, and it was evident that
the quantity so cancelled would
be far in excess of that shipped
by Tank Steamer, It is, there-
fore, obvious that on balance this
Island would have sold much less
then if a Tank Steamer ship-
ment did not take place. In view
of this, arrangements were made
to reduce the production and this
was done with the approval of

to®

industry to have a large carry
over.

I would also like to point out
that other Exporters had received
requests to ship in Tank Steamers
but they considered it inadvisable
to do so because they did not
think it in the interests of the
Island, as only a few buyers in
Canada out of a total of 170 are
at present equipped to receive
Molasses from a Tank Steamer,
Shipment in this way would have
placed the majority of buyers at
such a disadvantage that they
would cease to have any interest
in handling our Molasses, and so
a very valuable system of distri-
bution on which our industry has
been built up over many years,
would have been disrupted.

H, W. INCE,

Secretary, The Barbados Pro-
duce Exporters’ Association Ltd.
Interesting Reading
To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—Re your report in Satur-
day’s ‘Advocate’ of the meeting
held by the Bus Service Officials,

this certainly makes interesting
reading — amusing too. For
instance the suggestion of the

increase of fares, combined with
the suggestion of six people in a
seat, instead of five does not
give much hope of better service
as to the comfort of passengers.

The new type of bus arranged
for the seating of two only on
the seat is certainly an improve-
ment, if more of this type could
be produced it would ensure the
better bus service question under
discussion. I think people wouid
not object to paying extra fare
providing the drivers and conduc-
tors benefited by this.

The bus drivers mostly appear
to be efficient in their work, and
the way they manoeuvre driving
through congested areas is
remarkable—apart from the great
responsibility for the safety of
their passengers. It seems incredi-
ble drivers receive only $2.00 per
day for this work.

Cdhductors too are to be com-
mended for their patience in deal-
ing with difficult passengers, and
for the assistance given, especially
to old people and small children,
These men draw less wages than
the drivers do.

I have always been under the
impression that all “British”
school children up to 14 years of
age travelled half fare in the
buses, but I have been informed
that the children here in Barba-
dos pay the full fare

A. K
Prospect,
St. James,
June 11, 1950.

To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—About an hour after the
end of the first Test Match today,
a voice from Old Trafford was
heard to say: “the wicket is now
being watered, a thing that has
not happened for the past fort-
night”. Can you enlighten me as
to what are the rules (if any)

governing the preparation of a
Test wicket?
June 12, 1950.

202 DOWN.

Vestry Serenade

SIR,—Like a majority of your
readers I have always enjoyed the
articles published from the pen
of Mr. Smythies but that of
Saturday, June 10th, is of more
than local interest although in it
his orchestra is playing a serenade
to St. Peter’s Vestry and he
doesn’t know it.

When I had the honour to be a
member of that body many con-
structive ideas were discussed and
directions given to the clerk to
pass them on to the Central Gov-
ernment. Concealed in one of
those was the question of setting
excellent building sites of no agri-
cultural value which would yield
greater parochial revenue and
free the present owners of its
taxable rates; but it wasn’t said
so, it came in under the question

of extended water supply. Light Speightstown.

tant to hide the real reasons for
extended water mains because of
the many rumours circulated re
the increased land values that
would accrue if the East Coast
Road was built on the site of the
railway line. We had to be care-
ful.

The Vestry knew that apart
from any paltry benefit land own-
ers receive, the parish stood to
gain close to $100 a year from

every acre of land on which a
$10,000 house was built and from
which they now obtained the

annual tax of approximately $3.00.
They also knew that persons to
whom a building programme of
such dimensions appealed would
hail from up north and the mem-
bers were unanimous.

None of the above however is
to detract from the importance
of Mr. Smythies’ articles, but to
buttress it as coming from a
real friend to our future internal
economy. Our creative mentalities
are alive to our interests and
know too well the frustration that
comes from short sighted views
of the overall picture of what is
best for our welfare, hence a
cordial welcome to those who
settle amongst us and show a
lively concern for our problems

Cc. D,. JORDAN.
Queen Street,

June 12, 1950. 2S



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Debris Litters
River Banks

RIDGETOWN WAS SUNNY
yesterday atier experiencing

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Bus Co.
Reach Terms
Wi
one inch and 91 parts of rain ith Vestry

during Sunday and up to 6 o'clock , ,THE Progressive Motor Bus Co.,
yesterday morning. The tempera- Ltd. and the Vestry of St. Michael
ture was 85° Fahrenheit in the 28Ve amicably settled their differ-
shade and a cool wind blew con- ©7¢¢S where the rates laid by the
stantly. Vestry for the current financial

Although St. Michael had the ¥€@" are concerned, and an objec-
heaviest rainfall over the week- U0M to the rates filed by the "Bus
end, the water did not rise to any Company in the Court of Common
dangerous heights in the flood Pleas was withdrawn yesterday.
areas. Much of the debris brought , Hearing of the petition of ob-
down from the country districts, J¢¢tion was begun week before
through the Bridge Road gully, last and was adjourned until yes-
could be seen scattered along the téTday. Mr. E. K. Walcott K.C.,
banks of the Constitution River. instructed by Messrs. Yearwood

This water also brought down 2% Boyce, represented the "Bus
many crabs and small boys could Company, told His Honour Sir
be seen at the corner of Arthur Allan Collymore, Chief Judge,
Hill and Halls Road, catching yesterday that the parties had
them on Sunday. Owing to the agreed on certain terms, and they

3 were simply asking leave to men-
strong current they had to be very ti0n that they desired to withdraw



ed in today’s “Official Gazette”
the export of fancy molasses in
bulk is prohibited. The Order is
as follows:

“In exercise of the powers con-
ferred upon the Governor by sec-
tion 3 of the Exports and Imports
(Restriction) Act, 1939, I, Alfred
William Lungley Savage, Com-
panion of the Most Distinguished
Order of St. Michael and St
George, Governor and Comman-
der-in-Chief in and over the
Island of Barbados and its Depen-
dencies, do hereby make the fol-
lowing Order:—

1 This Order may be cited as
the Experts and Imports (Fane;
Molasses) (Restriction) Order
1950, and shall be deemed to have

They run
smoothly and almost noiselessly and make a
perfect lock-stitech on all materials from the

ilk to the heaviest drill.

eareful to avoid being washed aa : ome ré » ag ey

u d g ne tian, in me tacks ae the come into operation on the 12th BUY A .
away. ines a day of June, 1950 High

Some of the employees of Mlle! Aa been settled. ; 2. In this Order SONeS” .

factories that are still grinding | + any very glad that the parties Dee oe — “Fancy molasses” shal! = Grade
canes are of the opinion that these Dave arrived at an_ amicable PEDESTRIANS who intend making use of the footpath over the Victoria Bridge are finding the mean fancy molasses as de- AND :
June rains will hamper the pro- Settlement,” the Chief Judge said, crossing lanes and the north and south entrances of the Bridge extremely useful fined in section 2 of the a Machines
gress of the crop “The petition is withdrawn with By using these lanes they can cross over to the footpath without any fear of being struck Barbados Fancy Molasses SEW

; ies the leave of the Court on the by vehicles. ' Production and Export Act, ater at

HE NEW PLAZA 1HEATRE terms agreed to by Counsel.” During five minutes yesterday morning 29 people were seen using the lanes at the north 1937 AND

at Probyn Street may soon pe The Vestry was represented by entrance while only 15 made use of that at the south entrance The majority of pedestrians _3. Notwithstanding the pro- Moderate
opened. At present tne ceuing is Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., instructed entering the Bridge from the south are inclined not to use the footpath Visions of any order made under SAVE Pri

section 3 of the Act or of any other raeee



almost compieted and labourers by Messrs. Carrington and Sealy.

were working yesterday on the
e ”
Case Dismissed

Supports for tne ground floor.
Another set were working on the
THEIR Honours Mr. H. A.
Vaughn and Mr. G. L. Taylor,

front and some om the walis.
A’ ACCIDENT OCCURRED on Judges of the Assistant Court of

we

order, no person shall export from
the Island fancy molasses in bulk
Provided that the provisions
of the order shall not apply to
the exportation of fancy molas-
ses shipped in puncheons or
wooden barrels, or with the
approval of the Governor-in

HAND MODEL FOR CASH $69.15
Executive Committee in any

ve e
ither Give Money
e
Or Repair Roads TREADLE MODEL
Mee Bethe eontainer. ss omn{{| ON DROP HEAD STAND WITH 3 DRAWERS AS

St. Joseph Vestry Tells Government sav of Sune, one thousand nine ILLUSTRATED — NOTE OUR LOW CASH PRICE

e hundred and fifty
appeared in the Board of Trade By His Excelfency’s Command,





. Anglo—
Venezuela
Trade Body

Merchants and others in the
British West Indies will be inter-
ested in the following notice which

The contracting is beilg done py
Messrs. Clarke and Tucker.

ee Appeal yesterday varied the de-

Three Houses Road, St, “-*: Foal 7 :

Philip at about 9.45 a.m. on Sun- Cision of His Worship Mr. S. H.
day between the motor car M-706, Nurse, Magistrate of District “E’
owned and driven by Cedric Ww. who dismissed on its merits a case
Maynard of Frenches, St, George, Drought by Una Eagle against

and a motor cycle owned and rid- rreongind menor — Ncotsimeease Journal on March 25th 1950:— The St. Joseph Vestry yesterday criticised the Government’: E. J. PETRIE, ONLY Ss Al 00
1G as ann, = - : peat CRT ae Sponsored by His Majesty's reluctance siving grants aris neaiya te A ting C al Mecvetary | AL e
i den by George Lucas of Duncans. with blackguarding near Boscobel bod by oe ino : € ince in giving grants to the parish to repair their Acting Colonial Secretary e

| St. Philip.

Lucas was injured over his eye
and on his left hand and foot. The
crank, starter, foot rest and head
lamp of the cycle and the right
front and rear fenders and head
lamp of the car were damaged.

roads. Mr. Smith told members that the Government should , His Excellency the Governor- =

: in-Executive Committee has ap-
either give » 1y 7 A $0 eee : I
r give the money so that they could get their roads pointed a Committee to enquira

repaired, or Government should take over the roads and into all aspects of the fancy mo-
see that the necessary repairs were carried out. There should lasses industry of Barbados with
to 9 am. she was doing some Venezolano-Britanica de Comer- be no two ways about it, he said. particular reference to produc-
fiouse work in her home when ¢io) was founded in Caracas in Licensed dogs may soon hates tion, price, marketing and method
Una Eagle, while passing her January this year. to wear badges. The Vestry to put itself in so much debt, He of export, and to make such
HE LOSS OF A QUANTITY home, began to abuse her. After languishing since the accepted a suggestion for an Wondered whether members tecommendations as may be con-

of carpenters’ tools were re- _ One witness—Edith Springer — first world war, British trade with intended amendment of the 1902 Téalised that many of their previ- sidered necessary to ensure the
ported by Julian Murray of the said she heard and was present Venezuela has begun to pick up, Dogs’ Act from the Colonin| OUS Outstanding loans had still maintenance and development of
Pine Housing Scheme. He stated When it occurred. She said many and whilst our imports from that. Secretary, A Bill is expected to % be paid off. He felt they should that industry.

remarks were dropped between country consist today very largely be put before the House of Assem-

CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED

Road, a highway on April 16. British Industries, and by the Shell

They dismissed the case without companies, the Anglo-Venezuelan
prejudice. Etheline Payne in her ‘Trade Association (known in
defence said on April 16 about 8 Spanish as the Association



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HARRISON'S

LOCAL
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sidenc re 2 ‘ — : : . . +
eee era: Ee “NSA examination Their Honours ucts, the prosperity of Venezuela ment. it then. They should let a barbed = Sir John Saint, Kt, C.M.G.,
ree thought that her evidence was very is the source of increasing spend- O.B.E,, ¢ hairman
“ ing power and of a growing de- Honourable J. D. Chandler,
mand for a diversity of goods. M.L.C.

wire enclosure serve until they

Death If Not Licensed were able to build a wall

PART OF THE ROOF of a contradictory. enclosure.

house and shop belonging to The suggested Bill will have as G. H. Adams, Esquire, M.C.P



Alfred Licorish, which is situated
at Wilson Hill, St. John was
destroyed by fire at about 6.00
a.m. on Sunday.

Both house and shop are in-
sured. They were not occupied

‘Byfjord’
Leaves Today

Begun to Pay Heed
In suppiying these some Brit-
ish industries such as the woollen
linen and pottery manufacturers
have for long participated, whilst
in the post-war years many
others have begun to pay heed t«

its object to ensure that all dogs
are licensed. Police would be on
the look out for dogs without
badges. Any dog which chanced
to be taken up by the Police might
be killed four days after if no
one claimed it. The owner of any

Discussing the need of repairs
to the parish roads and especially
Cocoanut Grove Road and the
Spaw Road, Mr, Williams said
that the Parish roads were suffer-
ing badly from lack of repairs and
he wondered if the Government



‘‘Moneka”’
Returns



at the time of the incident. knew that, In previous years
that parish used to receive more
money than the surrounding

ee ane ‘ip ornare lle motor vessel “Moneka” berthed
parishes to repair their roads |) the Careenage yesterday. The

The s.s. “Byfjord” (1,109 tons this important market. | such dog might be liable to be

HE MOBILE CINEMA will net) made a call here on Sunday Thus it is that British importers fined a sum not exceeding $5.

give a show at River Planta- morning for a load of 2,200 barrels agents and branch managers re- The Vestry decided that it was

of molasses for New York. This Siding in Caracas, Maracaibo and futile te make any further pro- hen of the Oualiky of tie soll

vessel is scheduled to complete its other cities to whom, of course, tests to the Government against Ma Banta District y an andere vessel had just completed a 12-

loading to-day when it will leave must be added their numerous their intention to lend money from pe aby eng py te , al ont © hour trip from St. Vincent

port directly for New York. compatriots in the oil companies the Labour Welfare Fund to the ©! the occasional land slides The “Moneka” is expected to
The “Byfjord” arrived here from have united with Venezuelan labourers instead of giving it to

Trinidad and brought a few pack- businessmen concerned with hav- them. Members said that this

ages of cargo: ing non-British subjects as full action was not fair to the peopie Mat should dither ditide to give
Sailing out yesterday with a full members, the association is some- as the money was really their |!CP' Should either — Pe Bive gua, Montserrat and Nevis

load of molasses for Newfound- what different from the usual run own, They had always spoken ‘“©™ more and be less reluctant This vessel is now engaged in

vessel of Brith Chambers of Com- against the principle but were °° that they could get the roads the passenger trade with Aruba.
repaired or else Government

should take them over.

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a a leave port on Wednesday with
Give Money Or Do It merchandise loaded here for the

Mr. Smith said that Govern- ports of St. Lucia, Dominica, An-

New Orleans

Wins Choir

Competition
THE New Orleans Community

Choir won first prize at the choir
competition held in .ueens Park



land was the _ motor
“Student Prince II’. This vessel merce overseas, and it is partly convinced then that Government

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7 ; ct : 99 svn sD _ 7@:
has spent 10 days here undergoing with the object of explaining this was resolved and they could do ‘Lady Ne LETTE rRAYS
and other differences that the nothing more about it if 1 Bite amar es _ Jy Ison : mt AY
sove P

» te " te put aside the scheme for a wall The membership of the Com-
Pier wiey) Were semnOwed (sF00) 108 Eagle and Payne. After the cross of petroleum and petroleum prod- ply shortly to make the amend. ¢M¢losure as they could ill afford Mittee is-
present note is written. The Vestry came to that | Sea sc at ae tea act i is | . . 14. .
decision when they were consid- roads the pe ople of the ote Calls To-morrow | tf DRAWER FILING CABINETS
Open To All Firms ering a reply from the Acting who were accustomed to repair, m “y. , ”
the roads would be put out of The “Lady Nelson” will call

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. i.
last night. Second place was taken *‘Colombie’ Comes Whilst the association will have Colonial Secretary telling them } FOOLSCAP & LETTER SIZE
by the Orange Hill Choir, St. b its tl in eri the cope that Government would not
James and Belleplaine Choir was ° membership will be open to firms change their plans with regard to 6 tee 14s 196
third. . In Octo er all over the country, and it 1s the disposal of the fund AIRLINE DESKS
Seven choirs competed and the «4 ”, 16,000-ton hoped that one day there will be
judge was Father Hopkins. There seen seoee tt tm Fetaue Line, groups meeting in Maracaibo, £1,000 Loan
were to have been three judges il} make her maiden voyage to Valencia and other cities, Firms The Vestry will ask for a £1,000 ; . ‘
but Captain Raison and Mr. Gerald Barbados from Le Havre and outside Venezuela will be eligible loan to cover expenses for the Wherever They Go
Hudson were unable to attend. Southampton on 12th October, and to become associate members, erection of an enclosure for the The Vestry arrived at no
The competition between the wij) arrive at Barbados, 25th and it is: the hope of the associa- parish’s new burial ground and lecision as to what steps should other than the public places, Mr
first three choirs was very keen October via Spain, and the French tion that many of their friends Jatrine for the parish Church, be taken about the roads, Before Williams said that as the Bill
and Father Hopkins said that he wWect Indies. and aociates in Britain will! The loan would be repaid £75 a the Vestry agreed with the in- yead, if a unlicensed dog was being
had great difficulty in choosing the The s.s. “Colombie” will then take advantage of this. year and at 4 per cent per annum. tefded amendment for the Dog chased and it went across a field
first, second and third. proceed to Trigidad and La The association has a com- ° When the proposal for a loan Act, Mr, Williams moved that the which was not public, the police

ienetionce EAA Ralite tiie aaa, Guaira, returning to Barbados mittee of 15 members, roughly arose, Mr. Haynes said that the Bill should be changed so as to could not go any further in an

work as men would be brought here from the north on Wednesday,
from other parts of the island. Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co.,

Mr. Smith said that such never Ltd., informed’ the “Advocate”
happened. The people of the yesterday. The “Nelson”, after
parish would always be given the taking passengers booked {pr her,
work will leave port the same night for
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SE iL AONB RNS DE S285 pet SENN

capture — it Mr
motion was not

ve bia three days later on her east-bound half of whom are British. The» parish was not in a sufficiently allow police to be able to go after attempt to
OR started: DE rarereed (0 tNS fg president for the first year is\ strong financial position to be able dogs without badges on places williams’

fact that Captain Raison had been Oo :
; bat nm her second voyage, the Senor Xavier Lope Bello, who ‘s ssiitartiatlnddabis seconded
granted the O.B.E. in the King’s «colombie” will proceed from the representative in Venezuela a
; iti ; 7 Barbados to Trinidad, Venezuela, of the Nuffield organization, and mm wring a ” |
MCP thanked Father Hepes Colombia and Kingston, Jamaica. has from the start been an enthw- CLARKE’S LiOOD MIXTURE t
attended. Guaira and Trinidad and then ‘The honorary secretary is: Mr.
back to Barbados, This will bea Rp, 4A, Henry, Edificio Ambos
first appearance last night sang cipal a Conde, Caracas
“Turn Thy Face From My Sins” ‘ No Premises Yet
The Orange Hill Choir sang “Hark - IMPORTS tion will have no premises ot
the Notes of Angels” and “Guar- YESTERDAY its own, nor has it a paid secre-
Chgir rendered “Praise the Lord O tary, and consequently it will
Jerusalem” and “Beyond the Sun- Nourse Liner ss. “Orna” gerferaY¥y associated with British
The were Choir was the from Capetown and Colombo yes- chambers
ne COLOR nS ae ENS LARD and members of the committee 6 seeseu ces na BBRee
plain pilchards, ice cream fruits, 100K forward to playing a part in es" s' a BEBBBBSBGHHRBE GEE
. shane . by the joint study of matters of >
ELSIE PHILLIPS of Reed Strect chests and cases of tea from (oo intorest. by the holding
; ‘ " ' a of meetings where members can
for six months in the sum of £3, _,The “Orna” also brought sup- ° Oy Hawa | a he ;
een ‘ Si i, plies of leather, custard powder, Xchange views, by assisting ‘wo Y \
when she appeared. before Hi can Bish busnes visors «Vel PURINA PIGEON CHOW
3 ; ;., Jam samples from these ports. It » BAG Mm other ways, sh
wounding Frederick Peterkins {21 Seblanstoun padteaay evaling will be glad to exchange copies i |
kins said that he was sitting on a izations elsewhere and with trade
bench in a shop in Reed Street, a@rganizations and chambers in |
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Birthday honours. At the end of
and Mr. Beckles and all those who From Kingston, she will go to La gjastic promoter of the scheme.
The New Orleans Choir in their *egular service every month. Mundos 6° piso (6th floor) Prin-
and in their second “Press On,” For the time being the associa-
dian Angels.” The Belleplaine
not perform all the functions
set Time.” brought foodstuff to Barbados
But the president, secretary
This included canned peanuts,
PUT ON BOND dried fish from Capetown and 281 promoting Anglo-Venezuelan trade
was yesterday placed on a bond Colombo, NOW FRESH
Worship Mr. H. A. Talma, for Jelly powders, vanilla essence and British business visitors to Ven-
with a knife on June 10. Peter- ¢5) trinidad. of journals with similar organ- get your supply from
when Phillips came and called e the United Kingdom. H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.—Agents. |
him. As he was approaching he; One Killed In The association is bilingual
and both discussion and corres-
pondence may be in_ either One a ee eee ooo eee {

English or Spanish. No one has i
yet cafled for an _ interpreter
Correspondence may be address-

TOKYO. ane \aalta te
b ed to the honorary secretary at
Floods cause! by torrential the address given above, but since

WATERED MILK: 30/-
ket te 3 rains, are causing havoc in eastern ; er is electe ae hha
A FINE of 30/- in 7 days or - . . 4 > this officer is elected yearly, the
one month’s hard labour was yes- peed sient ia Sangha eunernen
terday imposed by Magistrate C. L. missing in a flood near Suwa Lake
Walwyn on A. Johnson of St. in Nagana, Central Japan.
Matthias for selling adulterated In Tokyo more than 800 houses
milk on November 18. were flooded and streets and
offices had to be evacuated. ~ :
. The overflowing waters of the -
ABUSE : 15/- rivers Tenryu, Sai and Mattoba Regiment Parades
in the Suwa district flooded roads \
FOR using indecent language to and washed away three bridges Through Town
a constable while on duty, on June and three houses. More than 700 :
10, His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma houses in all were flooded in the | THE Barbados Regiment which
yesterday ordered Harold Atwell region of the rivers. is now in camp at Garrison Head-

10, UN, 12 &
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Mobile Cinema at River
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dining xoom, two bedrooms to which an
NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank extra bedroom can be added if desired.









Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come| Tijed bathroom wich tub bath and shower
d get, but quick. (hot and cold water) and built in linen

A. BARNES & CO., LTD. cupboard, tiled kichen with built) in
24.5.50—t.f.n.] stone cupboard and new Philco combined

refrigerator and deep freeze, large arched

q PRINCIPLE and Pudlin — Factory) verandah, all steel windows with hoods,
"Roofs covered with corrugated gal-| steel French doors, large stone garage
vanised Iron 28 span by 125 lon®) and servants quarters with toilet and
approx. Apply: D. M, SIMPSON & Co | chower, the house is tastefully furnished,
13.6.50—n the beds have both dee; sleep and Dun-

E lopillo mattresses, shingled roof, polished

STOVE—Coal in good order Caledo- pine floors, the garden contains grass-
nia—Modern Dover No. 7. eee 2582. ] lawns, tropical flowering shrubs and
ARUTHUR CORBIN, Palm Villa, Roe-| @owers togeher with eight coconut

buck Street. 10.6.50.—3n.



palms, small ore rd with lime, pawpaw,
mango, tamarind, breadfruit, and plum

URODONAL Sars for) Arthritis trees, wire-mesh enclosed lock up vege-

Rheumatism, Sciatica and Urie Acid com-







plaints, ‘Pleasant to take. Does not affect table rden and tool shed, colassed
heart, nor upset digestion. Knight's Drua| dtiveways and garden paths, will be
Store 10.6.50—2n, | sold unfurnished if desired Attractive
price. Phone owner 8316 betwgen 10 a.m
and 6 p.m 13.6.50—4n

PERSONAL











| PUBL&aC NOTICES

THE public are hereby warned against,







giving credit to my wife LEVINE f ens
EVERSLEY (nee Williams) as I do not >
hold ‘nxyself responsible for her or any- SAINT VINCENT WEEKLY AIR

one else contracting any debt or debts
in my name unless by a written order
signed by me

Sed. SYDNEY CLEAMENT EVERSLEY,

SERVICE. Now makes possible ideal
Wolidays. Under one management.

RATHO MILL TOWHR. HOTEL, St.
Vincent and SUNNY CARIBBEE on-the-

Eagle Hall, Waterhall Land, sea Bequia Island offers all that can be
St. Michsel.| desired. Beautiful scenery, sea-bathing,
fishing, excellent cuisines and bars.

12.6.6)—2n.
—o—— - For

PATES # to $7 B.W.I. per day.
further details and reservations
ERROL G. ROOKS,
Box 47,
Saint Vincent.



HB public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my _ wife LENORA
DOUGLIN (nee Vaughn) as I do not
hold myself responsible for her or any-
one else contracting any debt or debts
in my, name unless by a written order
simed by me.

Signed ERIC HEADLEY
Belleplaine, St



lene Siena

12.6. 50—26n.





DOUGLIN,
Andrew

NOTICE

Re Estate of
MAJORIE WINSOME MAUDE CHAM-

1°.6.50—2n.
ET
THE! public are hereby warned against



giving credit to my wife Mrs boo op BERS, Deceased
I (nee Russell) as I do not hold
self’ responsible for her or anyone NOTICE 18 HEREBY owe ‘oes
eise contracting any debt or debts in| Persons having any debt or claim aga
my name unless by a written order the Estate of Majorie Winsome Maude
signed), byâ„¢ me. panies ee A er an San cae oe
3 5 S11 i in this Island on the
Siyped Rie Tab November 1949, are hereby required to
St. Michact., 8nd particulars of their claims duly
12.6.50—2n J atiesteg, to the undersigned Herbert
cc | Campbell Sealy the attorney in this
‘ —} [sland ior Mrs. Constance Vokes of
Ontario and Canada aforesaid the quali-



fied executrix of the Will of the
deceased, in care of Messrs. Carrington
& Sealy of Lucas Street, Bridgetown,
Solicitors, on or before the 15th day of

July 1950, after which date I shall pro-

ceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the parties entitled
thereto having regard only to such

claims of which I shali then have had
notice, and that I will not be lable for
the assets or any part thereof so dis-
tributed, to any person whose debt or
claim we shall then have had notice.

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

Dated this 12th day of May 1950.
HERBERT CAMPBELL SEALY

attorney for Constance Vokes

Qualified Executrix of the will of
Majorie Winsome Maude Chambers,
deceased



14.5.530—4n









BARBADOS ADVOCATE

OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARFADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT





































OFFICIAL SALE Clerk of the Asittunt Got ah Real

12.6. 50—
BARBADOS. si
In the Assistant Court of Appeal









(Equitable Jurisdiction)
WHEYMAN ARNETT GRIFFITH, SSS
Plaintiff
VIOLA EPHIGENIA WATERMAN,
Defendant. IMPORTANT




NOTICE

The Supply of Natural Gas
is being continued pend-
ing negotiations.

The Barbados Gas (o.,
LTD,

‘

Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 5th day of April, 1950
there will be set up for sale to the high-
est bidder at the Office of the Clerk of
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
afternoon on Friday the 16th day of
June 1950 and island abovesaid.

Firstly All that certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Bibby’s Lane in the
parish of Saint Michael in this island
containing by estimation two acres or
thereabouts abutting and bounding on
lands of Leon Lewis one Smith on lands
of Cane Garden Plantation Lears Plan-
tation and on a road in common or how-
ever else the same may abut and bound
and Secondly all that certain piece or
parcel of land situate at Bibby’s Lane
in the parish of Saint Michael in this
island containing by estimation two
roods or thereabouts abutting and bound-
ing on lands now or late of Henrietta
Yarde on lands of Cane Wood Plantation
on lands now or late of Samuel Elliott
Ellis deceased and on the Public Road
or however else the same may abut and

FOR SALE
NEW BUNGALOW

DEACON'S ROAD

standing on approximately 11,000
square feet, 3 bedrooms, W.C.
Bath, Electricity, spacious front-

bound and island abovesaid, and if not :
then sold the said property will be age for gardens. Priced to Sell
set for sale on every succeeding
Friday between the same hours until Apply to: L. & H. MILLER
the same is sold for a sum sot less Reed Street, Bridgetown,
than £460. 0. 0. Dial 2791.

Dated this 5th day of April, 1950,

1. v. GILKES, TT
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal,

12.450 7,

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Telephone 2:
‘iit aklae beni Sa 5 3 OF APPEAL MISCELLANEOUS paienatapiatpeee Ss . = T
ee ets i or £50 Week
DIED £OR RENT GRACE MARIA GREENE Plaintit BOARDERS_Coo! comfortabie Room In Carlie) | we ;
—— GARFIELD SAVORY Defend and Full Board available to Visitors n rlisle Bay
. a ae pursuance of an Order in thi to Trinidad Near Queen's Park Savan- IN PORT: Yacnt Tern 111. Sch :
CLARKE—WINFRED = (mote of | SSS SSE | Court in the dove action marie S| nah, Write Mrs. Stone, 8 Dundonald Hels, Sch. Woeskene, ach ‘i i | Page 4 In spite of his ill Mr
Lepart Clarke) yesterday at her re soars Sth day of June 1950, I give notice to| Street. Port-of-Spain 6.6.50.—12n. a Whittaker. Sch. MV. Lady J Sp Phat settled it I would not pay| Kendrick was _ mt hospitable
dence Richmond Gap, Eagle Hai! s all persons having any estate, right o . Lady Noeleen, Sch. Sunshine RB sn g£o0 a week for this even if I]He likes Englishmen and
‘eat - a Cac & ,
Funeral leaves her iaté residence thi _ 2 interest in or any Hien or incu nee WANTED TO RENT b Se = Leander became Peter Pan threatens + ight < .
gitemnoon at 4.30 for St. Leonard's) APARTMENT—One furnished apart- | sffecting all that certain piece or parce | ,HOUSE—Furnished or unfurnished for) [—R@i sc Iss : eae ARRIVALS : ee se eatens to fight anyone who
Chutoh. Friends are asked to attcra | “e5t at Coral Sands, on Sea, with Stiver | of land situate in the said parish of Saint| @xtended time. Phone. 3408 - $m, Orns 4000 tone wat, Capt, Amey/E | sound may out in @. postscript ides not. For the record. : Sie
Ade Hinkson (mother) Aurora Herbert ; '"4 sens He feguired. For turther, par- Je in this olsiand containing by | &-6-50—3n ° from Capetown ‘ ey oe Chris had ype me.|Kendrick was the first American
taurii). c s Dis . ALN LEY admeasurement One acre twelve perche | ~~ anon oe ag) Bl k W d M.V. Moneka, 100 tons net, Capt said: “Guests not wishing to]to enlist in the Canadiz rmy
51.5.90. | or thereabouts butting and boundine cn| CHS BICYCLE Phone 46} SME ac TAOWS J vutson. com St. vincent follow this schedule will — re-lin woe War One oo
KS | ———— —-____ alee __——.. | lands ‘now or late of B. Bancroft on . | &-22-4 2-™ 13.6. 50—3n | a S.S._ Byfjord, 1,109 tons net, Capt Tiuested t lsewh » pare
THAN | COTTAGE AND FLAT rent furnished | road twelve feet wide on lands now o* ae Tharaldsen, from Trinidad juestec o go elsewhere. < :
pape | ane acale gowether Beautiful Veran- | Inte of M. Ince and on snother road aE eon ne sean Chauffeur for- | are ers dean Bake Cage Puerton, tome Trinidad EM ichels . ieteved ae 1 care lie eed ar a ‘a So tls
| de aci Hastings main Road. welve feet wide or however else the} " 3 ¥ bert » s net, Cap’ atrice, from Trinidad J Michelsen enjoyed myself Tjing mystery novelist take on tL
this: Se I 5 . 1 ae ‘ . - : *
the undersigned thscugh his) Sea Water (heated) to one of the five| same may butt and bound to bring| Ulare | Court. | Please | woite Mateo of the world’s most ‘ DEPARTURES even found the forbidd t Bill | farm? I asked
te, convey to all our | bath rooms—Electric Cookers, Frigid-| before me an account of their said Gibson, Martindales Road, Taylors Gap letha di th Black fchooner Marion Belle Wolfe, 74 tons , D! en a i
es and friends who attended the} aires—Telephone 2949 2,6.50.—~T.F.N, | Claims with their witnesses, documents 13.6.50-—2n ethal spiders—the Blac not, Capt. Every, for British Guiana | Srown’s—a drink. Mr. Smith got ;
t “Well.” ‘ i
f pl of WILLIAM ADOLPHUS | ———-——_- ty ond vouchers, to be examined by me Widow of North America— Schooner Belqueen, 44 tons net, Capt Jit for me. after unlocking the ell, he said, it seemed
B p sent ea % | curniehed —. - sawell Coast. Un- % any Toseee or Friday betweer NO have seerres at the Zoo and bie, for St. Vincent safe such a wonderful place to writs
way essed 5 y to &s shed, 3 bedrooms, drawing—dining | the hours o: (moon) and 3 o'clock In are now ing shown at the £-hooner Gardenia W., 48 tons net [> ovels x svsre ti
in recent bereavement m, Kitehen and the usual offices. | the afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk TICE insect house Tata two thick Capt. Wallace, for St. Vincent Goodbye “heer = during my : pers = .
rtha A. Byer and family ge and one servant's room and bath | of the Assistant Court of Appeal ae LL.V. Blue Star, 130 tons net, Capt He k ere’s just one trouble. I dont
13.6.50——in vard. For Sale or Rent. Apply|the Court House, Bridgetown, before} Mr. Vincent Griffith Auctioneer & layers of plate glass embedded muiianen dee: Sele t ont took me to meet Mr.}have any spare time.”
eae oe Serer S. Nicholls & Co., Solicitors,| the 28rd day of August 1960, in order| Reat Estate Agent. begs to =otify his in cement, writes Craven Hill. MV. Daerwood, @ tons net, Capt |Xendrick. After my narrow
< roe hone 3925, 151—2 Roebuck | Street that Sock clans may be ranked accord-| customers and the general public that The spiders are eight-legged, | PeCouteau, for St. Luck escape from the perils of exercise} And, lighting another cigarette
‘s IN| MEMORIAM 6.50—6n | ing to the nature and! priority thereof] nis AUCTION ‘MART is now located at with round, shiny black SS. Alcoa Puritan, 3,931 tone net [the ether smell in the hospita!|he asked me what in my opinion
| ——-+| respectively; otherwise such person | snephérd St Bridgetown opposite! abdi about the si f Ct. Kisby, for St. Vincent was sitively inv roti , 3
; FLAT — Modern semi-furnished Fiat| Will be precluded from the benefit of] Green Grocers Co. Everything bought lomens about the size of ripe JV. Student Prince, 233 tons net,|¥25 Positively invigorating was the best brand of Scotch
ee _| with 3 Large Bedrooms and every modern | the said Decree, and be deprived of all| from ee et sloes. In their jaws are fangs |c¢.»t. Thomassen, for Newfoundland
In loving memory of our dear mother} conven at Blue Waters’ Te: F laime i f you c ld for you. Remember whose a h
MARIE ELISE ADAMS, who deperte?| part:cul © inspect please phone 8279. 5 Siaehatiia hfe ates ‘notified. dnat the Grif™ith for service always within Siew hours reas i
on dune 12th 1946. i. 11.6.50.—6n. | must attend the said Court on Wednes seer aah, SepesTe anemone 5 Dial ar aS ; In Touch With Barbados
mie blow was hond., the shack Sevens = cnt te ahd dae OF Aue tee tt 13.6. 50—3n Because they are aggressive Coast Station
e thoug at death was near RIENT--On Sea. Fully furnished. | ‘0 o'clock a.m, when their said claim>| ~ oe and cannibalistic, the Black
Oily those whd have lost can tell / Situated in Bay Street. It contaie-| will b h Thee ws 5 ible ana Wireless (West Indies) Dtd
The pains of parting without farewe |, gallery, drawing and dini . Theo eae THE SUGAR INDUSTRY * Wido' are housed in four alee TARR LSRRIEPCiaL EiEy eulecet unitate Reesepedinieinieerenceeticeic stat as
ng ning rooms, twe viven under my han s . > mmuniicate — ~— —-—_—
; 3 d this 9th day of] To the Creditors hold: separate specially-built lass preerepenem
we ee be remembered by her| bedrooms, spare room, kitchen, Water | June 1950. against HILLABY Pope ae eee sp 'y glas: with the following ships through their MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZBA-| -~
jughters : toilet, bath and other conveniences, a'so Iv 1s Tee f rbados Coast Station:— LAND LINE LTD., (M.A.N.Z LINE) = = -
, ; : Lees » a's GILKES, container : 5 ~rbado, » MA ANE ——-- —-
Hertha Adams, Daisy Jones, (chiidren).| VI-VILLA, at St. Lawrence Gop, Nr | Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court TAKE NOTICE that 1, the Owner, All are feeding on living Se teat eae, Exito Misr, Orne ar |
SE feanaes. Seret Jonas tsevin-lew? | 5 are Ve coatetns Cawelee se alee of Appeal | of the above Plantation am about to Siewovites. which they catch apace California, Gillerest, Elizabeth, | SS. “CITY OF DIEPPE” sails Se My: Soneka” will accep
ands), EB SORE | rooms, three rooms, kitchen, wate . — . | obtain a loz ; surprising speed and ote x, Canadian Cruiser, Othello,| Adelaide May 19th. argo and Passengers for Dorm
13.6.50-—In eae od bath. Apply D'ARCY « Visions of the Maeve het aout "the ferocity. sp ees mee Puritan, Paulo, Uru.| 2nd Sydney June Téthe ‘Brisbane Fine poo Antigua, Mor at, §
° -- | SCOTT, Magazine Lane. said Plantation, in ih . All : vay, Stony Point, Brazil, Agamemnon, | Mth arriving at Trinidad about July 2ist tts, sailing Wednesday 14th
Intdoving memory of my dear ‘motue: | io tin OFFICIAL SALE nc adele : respect of the Agri- are now building webs, and iayeres, S. Vulfrano, Andrew A. Hum.| 8.8. “PORT WEL July ais June, 1950
LILIAN VIOLA PILE, laid to rest 13th : eatsural year. Bene: to BL. one has surprised officials by preys, Stella Lykes, Lady Nelson, | July/August er mes The MV. “Caribbee” will
ung, 1942 “ROOSEV —Maxwell Coast. Fully | BARBADOS the CAgrentcnay Aids Act, 1908, _— a large cream-coloured Dolores. Lady Rodney President pag Malbourne, pa at = ling a anita cept and Passengers for
She lived her Saviour to adore, furnished except for linen and cutlery IN THE ASSISTANT COURT ihove’ Act inh cihe’ ease inky ‘bad. ta ee which is thought to con- ere Pennant, Alcoa Ranger, Maria De| Sydney mid August artiving Trinidad Dominica, Antigua, Montsertat,
: As nteek!s all her sufferings ms 13 bedrooms: Graseing dining room, kitch- OF APPEAL respect of such year _ 7 2 "| tain t 100 baby spiders. Sesimoree sneenichen Torrance Hills, | @bout 9th September. St. Kitts-Nevis, sailing Friday
Sia. reeds: ginal: edge. 16 Got | Te cakiy ‘oom and. i avage and one (Equitable Jurisdiction) Dated this 13th y These should hatch i f =e ¥. Mi Alsto These vessels have ample space for eee
Ner murmured at his chastening rod,| Servants’ room and bath in the yard | GRACE MARIA GREENE... . Plaintiff SARIOR of June 1950 > ti a im a tew —_——— chilled, hard frozen and general cargo The M.V. “Daerwood” will ac
Sweet be thy rest | Erom ist July. Apply R. 8. Nicholls & Co.| GARFIELD SAVORY . Defendant N G. CLARKE, — me, Cargo accepted on through bills of cept Cargo and Passengers for St
And peaceful thy sleeping. Solicitors, elephone 3925. 151—2 Roebuck SRuVEMIss Liteher muon iat trees |, Owner The Black Widows are the first incing with transhipment at Trinidad for Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada,
Gas ae is gan oe Bee. S.50-—Sn: pa oi Deer of the Assistant Gourt of 13.6.50-3n\ geen in the Gardens since before e. British Guiana, Barbados, Winéwardt ane Aruba, sailing Sunday, Ith June.
mu art in his keeping ] 5 ie pea ted the 9th day of June 1950 the war. eC Leeward Islands. sane
el? —— ad fey ste TO LET—Fully furnished t bed- . eye ° ; NER re:
ye Fallend Js Jn a : Le eed room flat Kent House ‘August, Novembe So pall FES nye up for sale to_ the London Express Service FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD ee Ti Remeron SW ae
z es oe sifee auaaetietssome tet =~ OFFICIAL NOTICE NIGE AUTO “Awernon aprons Wi Suan a een Tau ee aa
, Os in. + es P A'germon nmonds, Winst che DA ©
haan oT is te ee ener the! BARBADOS. STRANGE AUTOGRAPHS ant on, (Clarence Alkins, Rudolph Den Keene ae ’ Telephone No. 4047
a o’cloc s Tas vel, , > : e oo ——~
~ FOR SALE ufternoon on Friday, the 25th aay ye in the Assistant Court of Appeal i LONDON, Brumas | nai “Forde. cut ead Edghill, Reat-
om S a August 1950, all that certain piece or] MARY EMitable Jurisdiction) London's biggest zoo draw in | Grecnidge, Gordon Greening Root!
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SSS PUBLIC SALES partes of sts pee te aie taut ee GOULBOURNE WILLIAM NILES years, is plagued by autograph | Par'inson, Bishop Beniley, Anne Bent: .
- == sh of St. John in this island con- if hunters. Children ask the baby | !*’. Marion Dear, Marguer
} ta wet cee t Dete ; Ss e baby ar, Marguerite Acostini
AUTOMOTIVE recive, aa oe Creatas Gate inh, Dursuance-of an Order in this Cuuz)| Polar bear's keeper to get Bru- | A! ae Joyce Edwards, Clar- 0.
See s e le ac p an, yee °
CAR—One 8 H.P. Wolsley in A-1 con-| AUCTION snd bounding on lands now or late of| of June 1950, action made on the 7th day | mas to ‘make a paw mark on|furey, Hector’ Bovell) tiie E an :
eian Deis only 18,008 telten, - Apoly I E, Bancroft on a road | tweive feet | having any estate, right or i all Persons | their autograph books —(C.P.) | Dellina Eaghill, Ctibor Dobias Venetia Inc.
B'doa Agencies Lid., Bay Street. Ring : e on lands now or late of M. Ince] any lien or incumbrance affecting Cane eereninn Jess, Kenrie Jess, Carina Jess
Evelyn 2987 18 80-3 I will sell on WEDNESDAY 14th at] oid on another road twelve feet wide] that certain piece or parcel of hk an guerite Rostant, Maine Bernard Mar naw :
on 3.6,.50—3n.] Black Rock, near “Danebury’, @ Double | or however else the same may butt] Situate at Cox Road in the aa ae ELECT INDIAN BISHOP law ’ _ reer. Tam sal” CRERANS: 568 288
. . ; Roofed Boarded and Shingled HOUSE} rnd bound, and if not then sold the| Christ Chureh and is) ae - . ~ From ANTI Aes,
CAR—One 1) Vauxhall 12° HP. | as follows: 16x9x8; 20x10x8; Shed 20x8.|scid property be set up for sale on | taining by sdcebanereent ten ade CALEUIEA. Goris Serves “ALCOA RANGER" a aoe
aw a aan as View, | Kitchen, Closet, enclosed yard with Iron | every succeeding Friday between the| fifteen and one half Perea oe hove: For the first time in history Waller ase Joseph Christopher, |S.8. ALCOA ROAMER |. | ).). |." " ja dune ea me
So on a aunties One ieee Boe Gus aievien, same hours until the same is sold for ae abutting and bounding on lands of the Anglican church an Indian| prom PURRTO RICO : ; see
CAR—One Vauxhall 14-6, good work-| painted in and out House is insured. ||" Bote soe lene Wings B65. Os. Od Star ‘a late of G, Graham on lands of] has been elected Bishop of Cal- Sylvia Gwenneth NEW YORK SERVICE
ing order. H. P. Herris & Co., Lower TERMS CASH Sennen N18 VG a ea res 1000 Martin taylor ands now or late of} cutta and metropolitan of India,| 9" ls GUAIRA salle Ar
o , 5 x i Me y on lands o! .. E E : ’ “harle: t Ps N.
Broa Street. Phone 445. 0. 8 | pial apa? R, ARCHER McKENZIE. _| Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court Weekes. anc. on the public road called Burma and Ceylon. He is the Rt. Spore cae Carla Freeman, | 38 ayayorp” tecceees 19th May hae
é : 3 whee of Appeal. |'auut mn beuen ever Sine she serpe tnay Rev. Aurobindo Mukherji, Bishop | trom GRENADA > + 9th June 17th June
MOTOR CYCLE—Francis Barnett, 144 | ———— —___—__—_—_— — _— ; account of their claims with their wit. |! Delhix-(C.P ) ‘|. Arthur Huskinson, Edna Carkide. | ———————
1 P.. works beautifully ‘Only $200 for a. instructions ot the NSoRANce aes —_—_—__— nese, documents and vouchers, ‘to be i ripapeetnn ae pings, Hugh CurtsideTippinge, a
guick sale. pply lesmond Johnson, | Company w sell on examine y me on any d £ V amey, Marion Sinw s, Stanle
Leaton-on-sea, Worthing. Tel. 8354 at 2 p.m, at the COURTESY GARAGE, OFFICIAL NOTICE | Friday between the nours on GLOOMY HEN-HOUSE han , mons, Stanley! ournBouND CANADIAN SERVICE
13.6,50—1n. WHITEPARK, Fee Ragan ae. 2 Geek. in the afternoon, at the CANISBURY, Caithness, Scot- *ARTURES— By BOW LAL N ' Sails Sails Arrives
1938 Va FORD TOURING CAR, both | BARBADOS. 1. of Appeal at. the Court House, Bonen land Felix Recalter, Louis Whart a oer oer mereeney
LIVESTOCK damaged by fire. TERMS CASH fequitanie gusta town, before the 23rd day of August 1990,{ _ horse-drawn hearse was] Alkins, Lewis Alkins, Philip tab $8. “ALCOA PURITAN" May 29th June 3rd Sune 13th
r R. ARCHER McKENZIE, WHEYMAN ARNETT GRIFFITH, in order that such claims may te rerikeg | sold here recently for £3. The| Norman Daysh, Jeffrey Kirton, Peter| ga “ALCOA bieaRls June 9th June 12th June 28nd
COW—One Graded Guernsey, fresh in Auctioneer . Plaintift according to the nature and priority Ww ain ieee mya testnad a Kong, Conrad Cook, G . Sry §8. “ALCOA PILGRIM” June 23rd J 26 ,
Enilt hiytuy “80. pints. ber day., AvoW idl wee, SAME VIOLA MPHIGINIA Wannionet aintif} thereof respectively; otherwise such no new owner is a chicken farmer Meret teaith Gani ds Milles NORTHBOUND June 26th July 6th
Cuthbert Rogers, Near Rices, St. Philip Satishans song, will be precluded from the benef? | 22d will use the hearse for 2) smith, Solomon Yufe, Vernon” Corbin Actives
10.6.50—3n In pursuance of an Order in this Court] aij eatin tee Decree, and be deprived of } hen-house, —(C. P.) Marjorie MeLeod, Hamish MeLeod,| S.S. “ALCOA PENNANT” Barbados sez
hog Coban Par ee ee HAMMER in the above action made on the 5th day} Claimant: re tzainst the said property ome George McLeam, Kenneth Hamel-Smith . June 12th — For St. John, Montreal and St. Lawrence
OND GANAAN GOAT, fresh in mix.| UNDER THE IVORY of April 1950, T give notice to all persons | molaimants are also notified that they | George Des Anges, Patricia Beane, S.S. “ALCOA PURITAN” Mere
gnd litter. Apply ,H w Webster. having any estate, right or interest in or sae ane oe he said Court on Wednes- ‘ Thomas Kinch. Coral Kinet Ma 5 4 / June 24th For Montr and St. Lawrence River
B.M.L.A. Society, dial 4238 or 2856 By instrurtions received from the] any lien or incumbrance affecting firstly | o’¢ i: rd day of August 1950, at 10 MAIL NOTICES Pelle, Margaret J hice ary ay STEAMER" Ports
13.6, 50—3n ou INSURANCE Company I will sell on| all that certain piece or parcel of land Beoraaiea” when their said claims will ovals argaret Johnson, Warren Ben- : July 7th For Montreal and St. Lawrence River
ree a St Reha oedk Saint ‘Michael an tiie isiahas panes or Given under my hand this 7th day of | qa gna Beliish Galena beth Trint- | For SAN JUAN These vessels have limited passenger siesboaen ti
yne’s Garage, le containing | June, 1950 y of] dad, and British Guiana by the S.S Jj % : ation
MECHANICAL il) 194830 HP. Ford complete with by estimation two acres or thereabouts » 198 5 Lady eet “nt ae t Jasmine Hope, Leon Jones, Adolphus —_——
platform; damaged in accident Terms ; abutting and bounding on lands of Leon Ag. Clerk of J. V. GILKES, Geneenl ‘Post office a. eaaes ‘om Murray, David Marshall Apply : DA COST.
TYPEWRITER Remington. Portable | cash Lewis one Smith on lands of Cane Gar- rk of the Assistant Court PARCEL REGIS . For ST. LUCIA ROBERT Ti A & CO, UTD.—Canadian Service.
Stade in Cabads, Hardly ever used. Good VINCENT GRIFFITH, den Plantation Lears Plantation and on is of Appeal. | 5," on ae 1 AS a MAIL at 3 Anstvur Miaare, R. C. Bvedon, M HOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service.
as new, Contact “Boyce”, Knights, Auctioneer . a road in common or however else the +. 4.18 ORDINARY MAIL : lor AN a
: D . at 8.00 am, on| For ANTIGUA
Phoenix. 11,6,50—2n. | 13.6.50—8n same may abut and bound and Secondly ‘ 4 ; -
y : all that certain piece or parcel of land\ ee’ 14, 1950 Keeggte Tempro, Moira Ki Car-
Singer Portable Sewing MACHINE, Bieta cl _______ | situate at Bibby's Lane in the parish of Mails for Dominica by the Schooner | meneita ake dite, ‘Charles Mende, v PASSAGES TO IRELAND
Ser I sea ce ne ce ree mene Saint Michael in this island containing OFFICIA Molly N. Jones will be closed at the) Ifarvey, Mrs. Elsie Hutson
vw ” Fal 5 by estimation two roods or thereabouts . L General Post Office as under "
4240. 10.6.50-4n.} REAL ESTATE u | Prom ST. KITT Antilles Produc :
§ shutting: axe Eéanding on lands now oF BARBADOS Ane ee REGISTERED and ORDIN-| Dolores Uddenberg, P. Heard Dublin oe MY ug ts Ltd, Roseau, Dominica, offer passages to
ee, J arde on lands © : t 2 at 2.3 a . , Vv. I A
TRICYCLE—For child of 2 to 4 year i SNRs CREST”—situate at cae Wood Planiation.on lands now or Tate In the Assistant Court of Appeal 1956 Sie. ra aie ae OK ieee ot 20th The, d coat next sailing from Roseau about
in good condition. Phone 8477 . wgpdins on One Acre | or’Samuel Elliott Ellis deceased and on caer (Equitable Jurisdiction ouls LoeSack-Side , 3 ne, and thereafter about every thirty-three days
12.6,50—In. Ten Perches of land. y drawing ana| the Public Road or however else the MARY EDITH ASHBY —Plaintiff ingle fare, £70, usual reductions for children.
=—5 oe The house contains aeatoun ath run. {Same may abut and bound to bring be- b ‘BOURNE WILLIAM NILES Apply direct.
| dining rooms, ‘three aaa ws Noffices, | fore Me an account of their said claims —Defendant GOVERNMENT NOTICE
MISCELLANEOUS ning water, kitchenette, usual ou "| with their witnesses, documents and Notice is hereby given that by virtue OFM OOES 43%,
rer oe rae electric light, meee ope. Ses ton ot vouchers, to be examined by me on any XK tk Seee of the Assistant Court of PLPPPPPPPLPPOPPP PPP PARP PPPS RESO OTSS.
O PARTS—17™ plate batteries,{ -The akove sale Tuesday, or Friday between the hours of ed the 7th day of June 1950,
generator DST plate’ apatteries. | public compeition at our Ome th Lucas | fy'inoon) “and o'clock in the afternoon, | (nee, Will be set up fof sale to the high- : Books on PHOTOGRAPHY You S aX?
shaft gente, fd pumps, brake inings, | Street on Friday 28rd June, 2950, at 2 p.m. at the Ofice of the Clerk of the Assistant est ‘Didder at “the Ove “ol the ‘Clerk of WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT—PAYMENT OF WATER RATES Dictionary on Photography Neo ee Hay ie ; x
etc. r et and Ford ‘cars: SEAL ‘ourt of Appeal at the Court House] « ourt of Appeal at the sons ‘sow , i inten nik ~alg fac r ographic Chemi-
Enquire Abto: Tyre Compéfty, ‘Trafalgar ole _s1n, | Bridgetown, before the 14th day of June, Court House, Bridgetown, between the Consumers who have not yet paid water rates in respect of the cals, perfect Negatives, Afterwork on Negative Print, Portraits %
Street. Phone 2696. 16.50. ; 1960, in order that much inet. shay be pokes -ot 18 (moon) and 2, o'clock in the | Quarter ending 30th June, 1950, are hereby notified that unless these Copying, Tracing Trouble, Daylight Indoors, The Se cond I in : x
re eee ran according té the nature and pri- . lay the 25th day of Au- ates « at . ‘nan cs . = se samp,
meyers FOR SALE ority thereof respectively; otherwise Pi Rust 1950 All thaecertain piece Sc aioe rates are paid on or before the 17th of June, 1950, the Department and several other BOOKS .
~ DOONHAVEN, a stone wall building | persons will be precluded from the be ch} of land situate at ©ox Road in the 5, hn} as authorised by secti 46 b 5 - , 3 x
CLOCKS—Old Dutch Styled Mantle] ,.PQONHOWEN:. Avenue, Belleville. 31h of the said Decree, and be he bene-| of Christ Church and Wiad et oarian [aS si y section of the Waterworks Act, 1895-1, may stop ROBERTS & CO. — Dial 3301 x
Clocks very reliable time keepers $3.17) Kedrooms with running water. Drawing, | of all clafin on or against th 14 pro- | containing by admeasurement ‘foresald | the water from flowing into the premises in respect of which such ra x
each, Stanway Store, Lucas Street. ae : Gas install- or against the sald pro-) ftteen and ent two roods 5 ais spect of which such 666546666566 656554 ¥
dining and breakfast room perty. and ‘one half perches or there-| rates are payable either by cutti ff i i PLLPLDVLLPLLPDLPPVPPPOPP PPL PPL PPP, g
haladantteilt | Jeg Hg ees 3 ena cae Claimants are also notified that they | #20uts abutting and bounding on lands b 3 h vey r by cutting off the pipe to such premises or POPPA PP PLE OSES
—_- —— before 9 af, and after 4 p.m.. » | now or late of G. Gr y such means as the ay thi a : -eedings sc SSS
LIQUOR LICENCE Apis Saeaual Dial 3255 ore figso an. Beeeeyenend the sald, Court og, Wednes- Stepie Grose on Mab eee eke of eae ans as they may think fit, and take proceedings to recover ( SEE SSS
Parris, Sweet Bottom, St, George aanheatenealrenrt EE megs = o'clock a.m. when their said claims will wee L. Taylor on lands of E Ek | oY RIBOURL AUS, r
13.6.50-—1n WORTHING (NEAR CAC be ranked. eekes and on the public road called 2
| OMGTELS Ch CHURCH, | Malvern under my and this 8th day of fi tuna and it ten oe
‘or your record player . . Modern fully furnis! ec a. pril, G : vund and if not then sold the ——
2!) kinds including Ruby and Sapphire] vate estate s.anding in half an acre of I. V. GILKES, said property will be set up for hale oh |
semi-permanent needles to play several] well kept and laid out gardens— ong Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court sun ire eee between the WANTED WEE , Th
tnousand recordings. 5 and beautiful sandy of Appeal P hours un he same | Id ae y ‘ne
ee a co., ump, | Runs foary * ppeal| Sm nates than Biageae ge fOr 8 rer. NOTICE oven 0 ay Senyaeee
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Our Baismen
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Indian cricket. Gomez came out

and opened hi scoring after
Stollmeyer had simgled berry by
driving the same bail straight
back to tie sightsereen for four

The next over from Berry,

Gomez again jumped into one and
smacked it througb the covers like
a. jet projectile. This was his
Swan song, for 2 balls later he
atiempted the same thing to one
not so well pitched up and was
easily stumped. 141--6-—-8. This
was an unworthy stroke and he
was deservedly dismissed

Goddard came in and faced
what was Berrys last ball of the
spell, Laker being brought on next
over. It was a successful move,
although not from anything Laker
did to earn success

GoddarJ singled the first sharp-
ly to his onside, and sent doyn
Stollmeyer. Then the Trinidadian
brought a really glorious innings
to an end in a way whieh cid
justice to all that had gone befcre.
He hoisted Laker to long-on for
the sub Hough to take a eomfort-
able catch. 146-—7—78

I have said in yesterday's cable
everything there is to say about
Stollmeyer’s display. it was a
truly great effort, patient, full of
concentration, and productive.

Johnson came in and drowe
the first ball he received to the
left of cover for 4 to send up
150. He then hit the fourth de-
livery hard to the onside for 2
and hoisted the last safely over-
hea. for 2 boundary. Many
may have thought that he was
taking too many liberties, but a
batsman like Johnson can only
do the one thing, and should not
try to do anything else.

Goddard took
and Johnson
orthodex, though
through the covers for 4 from
Laker’s first delivery, defended
stoically until the last offering
which he hit well and truly way
over Dollery’s head on the mid-
wicket boundary into the crowd
for his second 6 of the match

two off Hollies,
after a really
express, drive

This carried him to 20 and the
score to 176. But the, partnership
had run its full course for Yardley
brought back Berry to clean bowl
the Jamaican with his first ball.
It was nevertheless a valuable 30
runs added and his contribution
had probably put quite a strain
on his sice, for he held hig ribs at
the end of each stroke.

Ramadhin went three balls later,
also clean bowled and _ without
adding a run. Goddard got a
single from Hollies’ first ball anc
sent up Valentine. The youngste:
batted the remainder in an at
mosphere of high tension, G
then on-drove Berry hard
the only scoring stroke before the
end of the innings which came
when Edrich caught Valentine at
second slip off Hollies’ second de-
livery in the next over. The
score was 183 and the match was

lost. It had taken England 62
minutes to finish off the match.
which, whatever may be said

about the wicket—and much can
be said, was exciting throughout
Perhaps the best indications of the
complete absorption those on the
field displayed in the matter in
hand is the fact that at no time
throughout the whole match war
th® presence of the water-boys re-
quired on the fleld.

This robbed the West Indian
spectators, accustomed to their own
two small boys tretting across the
field. a bit of a revelation, The
waterboy here is a dignified waiter
in a black tail coat followed at a
distance by two trim maids in
black dresses with white caps. It
is quite a surprise to a West
Indian when he first sees this jug
procession,

Scores
ENGLAND'S 1ST INNINGS 312
W.1. 18ST INNINGS

ENGLAND'S 2ND INNINGS
Simpson c Weekes b Gomez
Edrich ce Weekes b Ramadhin
D rte Gosden b Valentine

e Gomer b Valentine
Yardley i. w., b Gomez
Bailey run out .
Evans c Worrell b Ramadhin
Hutton ¢ & b Worrell
Laker c Stollmeyer b Valentine
Hollies c Walcott b Worrell
Berry not out

Extras: b. 17, 1b,

Total ‘
BOWLING ANALYSIS

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Gomez... 25 12 47
Walcott x 4 1 12
Valentine 56 21 100
Ramadhin 42 17 7
Goddard 9 3 12
Worrell : 55 1 10

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Youngsters
Reach Golf

Semi-Finals

A PAIR of youngsters, an intel- L
lectual combination, a couple of
local cup campaigners and two = oe
invaders from Ireland played —Say Returning Team
their way int the semi-final

round of the Dunlop four-ball,

The youngsters were David In-
and Johnny Grace, who

ana

niss
defeated William Atkinson

to play, O'Neal still had four
strokes and he took full advan-
tage of them, turning them inte
three birdies and an eagle, His
net 4 on the twelfth squared the
match, his net 3 on the thirteenth
put his side ohe up and his net 3

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TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1950







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best-ball competition at the
Rockley Golf and Country
over the week~end.

Rudolph Daniel Wins Silver Cup

EVERY MEMBER of the Barbados Basket-Ball team
which has just returned from Trinidad, has benefited in
many respects from the tour, Mr. H. R. Daniel, Manager-



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FOOT FEAT!
CROYDON, England
Len Strong, 27, and Aidan Phil-
lips both chire >odists, have
to walk from here to

The aecount for Y.M.P.C. was
opened by Bourne a few minutes
before
was

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SPORTRITES

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Following are this week's

Tuesday, June 18th. Raryers
Penrode at St. Leonard's
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George Challenor on the last green Coach and player, told the Advocate yesterday. F in shades of
of their match. The Winniesey London Express Service He said that he was sure that what the Barbadians had Royal BI
; ‘ ; : yal jue,
were Bernard Rolfe and learnt about the game in Trinidad, would. improve their ;
Timpson, mester at the t ader standard of play in the future Fecpninn,
School “who eliminated Bryan Rovers verrun ee Oge Hue
Wybrew and P, D. MeDermott in The 10-man team compriving] in which the team was handled. White, ;
a play-off. The local nampa : Louis Greenidge, Reggie Forde, The Trinidadians, apart from
were Eric Manning and L, “Manny” Edghill (Capt.), “Ted-|aiming at a set standard, were Black.
Maskell, who routed J. R. Rodse even oa Ss ne dy” Greenidge, “Dinky” Alkihs,|fortunate in having the services
and Colin Bayley, and the over- ‘Woodie” Richardson, Algy Sym-] ef Hal Morrow, an rican coach 35 ins. wide
eeas invaders were James O’Nes ail monds, Rudolph Daniel, Louis] now residing in the colony. Their
= ‘ ne —"t ~— i’ e.twick-Rovers defeated Y.M.P.C. 7—1 in their Knock-Out} Dodson: and Clifford Gittens re- guitending players were comes
leo ot the last hole | «| Xdure at Kensington yesterday evening. Because of week-|tvrned from Trinidad on’ Sunday] Clarke, Ralph Gomes and Abdu!-
7 B. i eae
also at the last hole. «0G i ains the ground was soft and there was a pool of wate: afternoon by B.W.I1.A. ue Sea ane eer eee ane 8]
Handieap Man in front of the uncovered Stand. Under these cire...2iances Took It Seriously times just jumped and tapped the "
\ | he game was fairly slow. Tr ball into the basket, much to the
inniss, although only 15 years{ The goals for Pickwick were!Hill was penalised for holding the i yd ees ane that pat ae dismay of the Barbadian players, per yd
iG, was the low handicap man in jdivided between Malcolm|pball Hall, who’ took the kick | 44 Be aid ion Alene the wet Ace Pair
his ete sod ha » concede ane Proverbs, Wilkes and Taylor who|short passed to Bourne who shot ter players. He also ‘said that] Mr. Edghill, captain of the team,
of the others two shots, in spite ol scored two each while Robinson,|into the left corner of th goal 4 endorsed the above remarks. He
which he and his partner got off] their jeft winger, scored the othe: ee s every ae in a nee said that the outstanding players
’ 1 “Bp” > a he 1
‘h Ppngpry: my Ve hy nei Tie lone goal for Y.M.P.C. was| Pickwick nabeed wn edie ‘rat Bar be adians. ball handling, ‘finesse | 0D the Barbados team were Daniel a
ree up a e e holes.{ scored by Dick Bourne . 4 aie and Symmonds, and added that in \
But there Atkinson and oo Gold another goal before »alf time.| and technique. 4 addition to their height it was their " }
halted what started out to ee olden Chance Taylor, their inside left, receivea| Of the six games played, in- ability to understand each other .
stampede and halved six mat in game started with Pick-|a long pass from mid-field and he] cluding three tests and one un- which was important. He also men- :
a row. They won the twelfth, to weintt defending the north goal.|converted it into the nets. official game, Barbados won the tioned that a Silver Cup was pre- 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
reduces their opponents’ jead, but|Y-M-P.C. missed a golden op- official game against the Chinese gented to the oneat aastatane
lost the fourteenth and still were|Portunity to ecere when Bourne,}, After half time both teams|by a point and also the unofficial] iver on the Barbados team and ST eran
three down with “four ‘holes jo|after receiving a pass from Hall,|fought hard to increase their score| game against Sylebs, an Assyrian that was won by Danie! ; .
play. They then proceeded to win|took a feeble shot at the goal,|but it was not until about 10] team. vet
two of these holes, carrying the] Hill saved easily, minutes before the blow off that : el ae, és ‘ ‘ ‘
match to the final green, but Pickwick were quick in getting Pickwick again scored Wilke He said that they wernt in ae 2 SECSSSSOSSPS IO LCE LI EL PAF FOOD
couldn't quite recoup their early;off the mark. Wilkes opened their |beat his way down the right wing aoate! en poe Hin ‘hades . ;
4 PS > y ssed )
asses score with # hard low shot in the |@Nnd passed to Wells. Wells passed] 7 6ta) back doors unlike the turt}% YOU CAN DEPEND
er left corner of the nets after re-}back the ball to Wilkes and he] Vi rectangular wooden back %
Pimps¢ n and Rolfe were held to ceiving a long pass. Archer the |centred Taylor, who was stand- doors supported by a pole on
‘ draw hy Wybrew and McDer- Y.M.P.C. custodian, stretched out|ing by the right upright of the Barbadian fields. Although the ON
ae * See playing = on the ground but failed to reach{Y.M.P.C, bars headed the ball] court was strange to them, they
‘aoe eater Callie situation in tke me ball into an Open gee. soon got accustomed to it as time
Mey davis laveail, a ene his The second goal for Pickwick A few minutes later Malcolm} went on, but with two or three
partner nid little trouble sweep- was scored by Robinson, Wilkes|Proverbs scored the seventh.] of their players ill, he thought that A |
ing to an easy victory, 5 and 3. |2t centre-forward ran down the|Robinson took a shot at the goahl six matches in eight days were >
Luise ana’ dienes anit \,|tight wing and centred. Robin- pe Archer barely pushed out the| too much of a strain.
uaree ¢ five strokes respectively {08 who was boring through took]ball. Robinson, who was running _ ENRICHE
ae andaes tote fC tenia a one time shot while Archer was|through, headed it into the nets Team Was Short
of their handicaps and covered out of position, The teams were as follows:— He, however, felt that they
the first nine with a net best bail Third Goal Pickwick-R overs:— Hill, G.| would have been able to put up
Tetons cece ae as oe Proverbs scored the Proverbs, M. Foster, Mayers,]a better show if everyone whom
Pea tncke citi te winde ifitie at -~ & after receiving a Robinson, Hunte, Kelly, Wells, the Selection Committee had in~ . FOR CONSISTENT QUALITY
use of them, With thi ly ade [centre from Robinsgn o the left) Taylor, Wilkes and M. Proverbs. | Vited was available. Some of the/ ¥ '
vuntene Manning and Maskell wine. He just pushed it into the ved ree epaebets Sone it oes » x
’ . nets. -M.P.C. :— cher, Robinson, | leave while others could no $ :
— a or they eat ere By now Pickwick had the better| Hazel, Straker, H. Ingram, Dray-j the necessary funds. > All ae, getiante are
vas ar, as by Ww a 4.)of the but the Y.M.P.C.jton, Bourne, Skinner, Hall, Smith measurea_to the last ounce.
Fourth Match boys, atthough less experienced,|and A. Ingram an on te wale oe A +
did not lose hope and kept on :
In the fourth match, Gooding playing with courage. Wilkes een 0. a. : < Oe see Seow Se. TRY A LOAF TO-DAY.
. Ln Jinesm: _— "i 115 in >
and Vidmer managed to gain a! 2°tched the fourth goal for Pick-| , sonra es _— and in addition, they displayed ‘
one-hole lead on O’Neal and Egan] Wick after receiving a pass from a a lot of inexperience in the way ‘
at the sixth and clung to it Wells on the right wing. He ran FOGLE, SPOS DLO POPOL LL ELI PL PLP LSPPO
through the next five holes which ‘through and beat Archer with a |
were halved, but with seven holes} "’¢!! placed shot. Barbados Friendly

on the long fourteenth put the
Trish pair two up with four to
play. A win at the short sixteenth
kept Gooding and Vidmer within
striking distance and they appear-
ed to have the seventeenth well
in hand to get even, when again
O’Neal came storming from the
fifth fairway, where he had
hooked his drive tearing down
trees as he progressed and finally
sank a long putt to get a half
with a net 4, leaving his side one
up, by which margin they won,
The results, with handicaps in

parenthesis:

David Inniss (11) and John
Grace (14) defeated George
Challenor (13) and William

Atkinson (14), 1 up.
Eric Manning (8) and
Maskell (10)

L. J.
defeated J. R.
Rodger (4) and Colin Bayley
(10), 6 and 4,

M. Timpson (15) and Bernard
Rolfe (8) defeated Bryan Wybrew
(8) and P. D, McDermott (11),
5 and 3 (after a draw). .

James O'Neal (14) and J. Egan
(9) defeated R. P. Gooding (9)
and Richards Vidmer (Ser), 1 up



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Valentine c Bailey b Hollies’ 0
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Total 183
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TAGL FOIK BARBADOS ADVOC ATT. BARBADOS fii ADNOOATE $. ._ %  > •-e>, -1 Tuesday, June la. 1930 HOY AI EXPENSES AMONCi the n.nsuliTstion by the i: lution for UM sum i panted fruni the PllU to .liable His Excellency Use Governoi U the expenses incurred to I ho entertaining of Her Royal HighMM Princess Alice .tml the Earl of Atitfone during then peeent visit to this Island It is DO1 liked] that there arill be any dissentient voice In the palling < %  this resolution. The Royal visit was more than the entertainment by the Governoi and hii wild of two visitors. I to Which the people of Barbados had looked forward to have tangible proof that the ties which bind them to the Throne wore still living and effective. It was the occasion for them to show how gnat was then appreciation of this living reminder ol the Internal of the Royal Family in the people ol Barbados They have aJwaya been proud of their relationship witb Great Britain. They have always boasted of knowing no other rule than that ol Greal Britain. By the tokens they an now willing and naoji to pay for the entertainment of such numbeis of the Royal Family who have come to them in order to give proof of that Intanal and those ties of Empire If then the occasion was in honour of the people of Barbados it is titling that the expenses of the visit should be borne by the Treasury. On the occasion of the visit thousands of Barbadians visited Oovernmcnt House and the Princess and the Earl were loud in their praises of the courtesy and hospitality shown them. It has been described as second only to the rousing welcome accorded them on arrival. When it is considered that the aalaa i %  '. the Governor of Barbados has never been a princely one and that n baa noi I creased since the beginning of the century, and that the Governor and his win have the similar routine expenses as the ordinary family, it would be asking this family to foot the bill for the entertainment of the Princess and the Earl. The resolution baton the House to-day is self explanatory and far from meeting with any opposition, will hardly provoke any lengthy discussion. Its passim; will be more than a gesture to His BxcaUencv the Governor and his wife; it will be tangible evidence of a measure of justice being done to them. Cricket ENGLAND won the first of four test Matches against the West Indk i yesterday, at Old TrafTnnl. by the decisive margin of two hundred runs, after a keen M which ran into the fourth day. and in which the fortunes of the gams swung. BimOSI unpreced()itodly from one side to the other. Every follower ot the ;ame in these parts was dJssppolnted, and it is Indeed unfortunate that unfavourable comments on the state ol the wicket .. I its preparation is concerned, ibould arise at the moment, And these comments appear well grounded. It is ti be hoped however, that whatever the foundation of th) SB restl Ictioni lie. the incidents connected therewith will be soon forgotten, and the tour proceeded with In the true spirit of cricket The old adage "modest In victory, -nui cheerful In defeat" stills obtains wherever tin cricket is played, and \Ve~t Indians wheicever they are will congratulate Mutton on his splendid batting with a damaged hand, Evans on his crisis centur> for a faltering England, anil England on her ultimate victory alter .1 stern light. There are other Tests, at Lords, at Trent Bridge and at the Oval and in them lie the opportunity for the West indies not only to erase the unhappy memories of Old TrafTord imt to enhance an aires Ij ing reputation aa sportsmen who play the game for the frame's sake. They'll loiiiit ii YonFor £50 a Week III M>U II M IS. IMO ,. \KW YollK b> C. \.K. THOMPSON. „|„, %  *""• lik'll. My .n. (M '-n B*l out. I th* liml lnim man. „.„.,., „„,,.,. H. „,,„„,„. in.-, HHIt, an.l %  _._? '""nttM. laumt III „ inirudui'iion %  ad that girl in UM W '" -nd "tone i i ll, " %  Wl whn Mr i I la oil UN wrong side of 40 Sn 'il h >'o|'PPd mo. mi!" .xi n .,„ !" ' '"'• nli "Holicwinf." MtKt no lonirr *• """ w ? "** ' k %  i worn us lutructed. ?'* !" "\ Tn,, > noi lo ., q %  dorta or I %  • %  • %  ping. for .1 now brc:ikf,.-l hj Wm MaMd Mr. Smitti h.um (Dor M< i '" 1 1 Pdd I had lo loch iji mj turned tola UN • %  I dmn i might nav bevn B 5S >D,n> cnifc* oat. i the rKh men's My V""" 1 WM "Imply but hii i ,.i in Oorrima P"f""U fumlthdd. 'Tins is UM •.. .',-.. %  Mr Snulh. „ F „.ninl I DOT nidi Hd lo :i loom which . did no! havr one"Why no ,SSS. i oelnn. „.„ Vl >irs ^ n,,,,,!,,..^,.,, mi n ho want to be jroung again. Chris Introduced me to Mime of The first, a -•" sa2K? %  IU i i *,'",' .h* ...... .i Alx.nl every three month* IN ; '.^""M," 2&2S E*. *•.•• R <" " Th. %  n • %  sat this I asked fur Hill Brown %  %  i K *a Ulniteam the i ,i, %  aitbar unlesa >i... And then you malb. And ul.i>s ou:doom, i ; %  With an ugly coat, Chris went on You ou|ht to low weight. No letter u r met,me, have J*"^, " "' *alads, but mi dn Vt n aan h rw day. You'll nw %  i II a r* %  your calories I'll wat.i %  %  %  day. Ii have si Oh Ml MIC 1 .1, famous in New Y bent boh Chris th 5 !" ,h.^'L T i.^ 4 'l *mZ W K Another was a b t.-. he comg of tab! I tiavi and. If noi %  chair in frint ot the TV .t I.K.IITS OUT. 10. Chrti took me through hfc gym. It looke-i like a room designed for medieval torture Tnen he showed me why there was no bath In the bathroom; he would squirt mo wM point cold hose afu-r my steart Oath m Oa I'age 1 1 oi i< s Must find an Answer To the Cakes and Alt* ISoc.1 IT*1 ... .11 %  ,U.-. ..!_ ....._ !" ITS an ill wind that blow, nobody any good The ill wind from the Socialist point of clccior.il allure, i^ blowlna ui u whola crop of good U t thought of It first." They did unite but lo „ %  BUI it i the Government which to rouse the tow lias done it. country. Ths Tones have to Bad an Let th e Tories rarer to this appropriation of they will survey programme. What should ideps through whit go between ths p To decry the new (rce-i. %  No. It should be to press for .IK. The. n>t the it. %  i* tion to the point ol consumption with a view, not to dm I culture into the pit Bl It after the I8U-I8 war, but with view tn .shale Ihc farmer gels u rooaonabu price .it one end the eonSUjnSf is not mulcted st ths oUn %  Current figures are compUoated hiini thai •,/ ui i--i iiHiini. r inn ans"*"been decontrolled 1'oint* thej_ have gone. Now patrol baa been it he derationed, and the freedom the road restored to us again. It Is plain that %  curious more. And to press for them i.uleverement is going on In precisely in those flekls In which polite. The Socialist leaders tho Socialist.' hands are tied want above all things a restombecause of their dependence oa lion of tho power they enjoyed in the trade unions, the last Parliament. Thus, there is an | They are conscious that unless housing shortage in Great BriI^?nlc 7he v d JLn-? P r ?i > ^ f .i! h '' J^l IU "J UI l. ... by the subsidies. But for the Z, r,;.im,u,Mi W '* %  ^ ^ev termji of family tension and year IB38.-thc last complete at. responding uvcnile delinquent y. m ftppnI V e„, bafori As warthe ftgure. Wliai \\v Kuirv i"!"' !r 1C "j' dr uni,,ns """"kOW that for home-produced onlUeaUOB, ..f the .• r, :''" l, t '-uiluiiia foo filed Ukea vicarious— NOT a) Although id. re ii lo live UM Uva -A out^-tUs-warU romantics, larSS solid body of people who like to read about themselves. "'" 'he ml apa via the printed word i aus world wh. rei i ntad duefa%  .; %  : %  lit baraees at Cannes, there aw mlUl prefer reading about Iry standing In tho ff, I q "There'" cry ths tiist batch, "but for appalling bad luck, go I!" and "There"' murmur the second betet) with a comfortable sigh, "am IV To be successful with the masses. In fact, it is onlv necessary for an author to arrange matters in such B fashion that his reader can Identify himself with ens Of UM ,-. j„ ,,„ier to do this, he must either be outrageously imaginative or simple Pensive he must not be. • .i muffin. the Utrk|:r..un,| The whole basis of torrent Qovenunanl activity Ii iiutt a little of what we fancy will do Thi not only us, but them ., bit of building workers good. Ministers beam an us. No ono BtMisai UM mlddle-elas* ai i BOOre Ntm-Socialists arc DO HMg> aasai uy ram ass, H) awn curront emotions are thos,' t.f a child who, having been unjustly cJlSSttasd and put upon by I harsh stepmother, i su WOT DISTURB. TAKING at random from a pile of luridly malices. I can easily anticipate, therefore a huge success for Dorian Lee's latest*—her lasi I^Kik ran into six editions— ror she has elaverly combined both the exotic and the familiar, the IbS West. He. heroines are Vrtang. a Balinese Temple dsneer who is "slim as a bamboo wand and lovelv U a Uaasom,' 1 and Joanna, who is a nice, tweed'v Kngllsh girl. The hero. Richard Mollory — unbelievably enough, there is also a Freddie Carruthers and s Robert Cardew in the cast—marries the Balinese girl and brings her back to England to live with his mother. Bo an Ihe one hand you have ntt the friendly oish-washlng. the village gossip, the garden In the rain, crosswords, the radio and the vicar, and he other the mysterious East, the little soapmagl with emerald eyes stuffed under the era to just one uli set It w aeun freedom for buildork a-s long as they want tn *' It to tent ."i„„, to ihit '"••„ unl '" •*>" ** him to .,'MH,;; f 'rV'" whl ,hc hou -'"" >""" %  '!•* %  Hd 5 • I I % %  •.• thi Tbrle, .n |.ij-liminai> to lioins ,1,1,. lo cul no man .hall bo pmalisci tor men Ulan I ,lo tho Sactoltob n % % %  upoltol aa,n a hlllo lator workinK a. bullclin, for a. Ion, Wl,.„ " ',„',! i !" |""*„' ^ ( a8 .. n ''. w ant* lo. and thai they tho one hand, and the Stuold. pou, ^rst ,rs r,^„" !" .isnsr *?,^r-and off-successful confidenceNext let them promise U it t lackle the cost of living Now what are the Tories going Socialist back-lnchers contheir sa>lng. as they are saying evade it by attacking the farmer, derationing. "We They seek, as ah**] In short. petrol %  i |>illo YOU can choose between idenUfying yourself with Vriang "clad in a near-transparent garment paragraph. We lust read smoothly on. relaxed as babies, and when we hav iiin.-hed wo will pick up a novel by Simon Dare and then a novel by Alexandra Uuk, and not one cell of our poor ured old bruins will (luosuon anything. .,a,we, anything, learn nn> thing. note anything or, after live minutes, remember aiivthing. Bui if we can k'ct %  competition in wooing between the Socialists and the Tories ordinary folk nun mi. aa) be able to breathe (World Ceas/rlgM Reserved! —L.E.S CRICKETKRS He huri' n — ## I.I. i ssoHi.tiK.xr OF SPORTS GOODS MM i of n wsmm nox HATS BY Tilt BEST M \KrKS BALLS Bl \w<\ uiriMiii M\KI:RS I'IJIUKTOKS. BOOPB BOOKS Kill'lNt. Wit I1\T1IN(. QLOVBS Kl H-INC. AM> BATTIM. f.l AKI>S STl'MrS — 111 BH,IE> A RAT Oil. lit ( KSKIN A CANVAS ROOTS i ill be 1'lea.e.l to Serve You. Wasting our timeray?— L.E.S. DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Well. What*! reading for anyWORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED LOVER COMt. FfOaff (John l^mg 9s. fid ). OUl III AMI IIS SAY: Fancy mUkunum To The ftttfor, rhe Adl Slit.—in yuui Issue >f Sunday lith InsLi then appeated "'> article m your Editorial Crffliimn liead.il K there are novei I this article which an* very misleading I shall li,' glad if you V>ill publish the following In reply. Your article States that shipment by Tank Steamer should be made thin year because by so doing the Inland would have sold an additional qui fancy Molasses which u.i moat %  l-'I nif ai) : one intere st ed la the r>roduction and shipment of our Fancy Molasses Is most anxious to the sale in,t thm must be done In an orderly mimnn otherwise chaotaconditions would rckult which would injure my seriously 1 tant Industry lo the I It has always l>c-ri strongly stressed by the buyan in Canada that there should l" prices to all Ixnporten should be guaranteed fur the season. Tl %  I I therefore, guarantee their prlci decline which t %  ... to place their on ytur for their fUl requirements, confident that no cheaper Molasses will be avail Ale, Tht tacts are that a rcrtai. ro was agreed to by a.l SapjiortefS for the marketing ol M'S Molasses and shipment by Tank Steamer was not On the basis of our ml prices were cabled to the consuming markets and sales I' !: %  -., .! %  %  Board arsan pioduclion lo meet orders. Sometime after then talaa were roade, H wai discovered that two Exporters. both of whom had agreed to the ,"'iiime n fel led U' Ida a sale to a buyer in Canada for shipment by Tank %  i„ii-.,i.> .Ti •• buyer would get bii Itolai s .i then per price. As sixin as this uas known in Canada I i i %  wars Informed I Iheil b.i'eis that, if in a Tank Steamer went they would have |i I large |Kirti..n of their and it was evident that ntlty so cancelled would be far In excess of that shipped b) Tank Steamer. It rot*, Obvloui that on balance this l land would hove sold much less rank: Steal i %  bske paH %  In view i the production and this • with the approval of the Fancy Molasses Board, as it is not in the interests of the industry to have a large cany I would also like to point out thai other Exporters had received requests to ship in Tank Steamer, but they %  onsidcred it inadvisable tn do so because they did not Hunk it in the Interests of the Island, as onry a few buyers i > 1 %  i %  <>ut of a total of 170 are "! equipped to receive HOhuaaa from a Tank Steamer Shlpmenl in this way would hawplaced the majority of buyers at such a disadvantage that they would cease to have any interest in handling our Molasses, and so a very valuable system of distribution on which our industry has been built up over manv \ear* would have been disrupted. II W INCE. Secretary. The Barbados ProdUCi Baaortsesf Association Ltd lnl.;. .i,,i. If tending Inli HltOf Tho Adrocatr BIB Re your report in Saturday's 'Advocate 1 of the meeting %  d bj the Bus Servire Ofllclals. this certainly makes Interesting reading — amusing too For the suggestion of the increase of fares, combined with the suggestion of six people in a seat, instead of five does not give much hope of better service as to the comfort of passengers. (Three large persons con easily Ml one Hal) The new type of bus arranged for the seating of two onlv on the seat is certainly an improvein. -nl. ir more of this type could n Sd ii would ensure the bettei bus sen-ice question under discussion I think people would set to paying extrs I i providing the drivers and eunducaeflted by this The bus drivers mostly gnpoaj I ba cttlcient in their work, and the way they manoeuvre driving through congested areas Is remarkable—apart from the great rospoiiMbllity for the safety of their passengers. It seems Inexedl%  -is receive only $2 00 per day for this work Conductors too are to bo comkCO in dealing with difficult passengers, and for the assistance given, especially to old people and small children. 1 bees men draw less wages than tho iii braes do. i have always been under the impression that all school children up to 14 years ol 1 veiled half fare in the buses, but i have beat that the children here in Barbados pay the full i A. K P St James. June 11, 1950. H ivkrt Rules Y TQ Thy Editor, rhe /ldL'oralc SIR.—About an hour after the end <>f tinBnrt Vast Match today. von. from Old Trafford was heard to say "the wicket is now betas watered, o thing that has not happened for the past fortn.ght". Can you enlighten me as whal are lbs rules (if any. governing the preparation of a ea*t1 June 12. 19*0 202 DOWN. Irsfrv Svrvntidv SIR. Like" a majority of your : %  adan I have always enjoyed the articles published from the pen of Mr. Bfnyttttes but that of of more ihiin local interest although In It bis aaehestni is playing a serenad. to st Peter-i Vestrj and he doesn't know it When 1 had the honour to l>c a marnbar of that body n %  %  tructivs Ideas wore atseuasad and glVStl -.' %  tinclerk t pass them on to the Central Govi ised In one of of atttlng %  %  ...hie which would vield %  taxable rates; but it wasn't said •a, it came in under the question of extended water supply Light was another snag. It was imporI tant to hide the real reasons for I extended water mains because of| tinmany rumours circulated the increased land values that I WOUld accrue if the East Coast) Road was built on the site of the railway line. We had to be care-I rai. ITJ knew that apart] from any paltry benefit land owners receive, the parish Mood t Rain close to $100 a year fronevery acre of land on Which %  SI0.0OO house was built and from which Ihsg now obtained the annual tax of approximately S3.0O Lao keew thai persons to whom a building programme of such dimensions appealed would hall from up north and the rneinbors were unanimous. Nona of the above however is • rrora the imiwrtance of Mr Smithies' articles, but to ;t as coming from .-.[ and to our futuie Internal Our creative mentalities are allva to our Interests and know t'K> well the frustration that I comas from short sighted views "'all picture of what i best for our welfare, hence .. cordial welcome to those who) settle amongst us and show for our problems \ C. D JORDAN. Queen Street. I Spe.gh.i*tv'.<>:. June 12, 1930. FISH BaH alaekcral l-dili.rtU in I.ns Kcd iliii.H, In lins 1 ISI hi tini raeaa "-..i... <<• snuiked Hi|im-r. Smoked lUdrl.M-k Frozen alaelierfl CEREALS \trrUhl\ < ream of Whrat <.rape NuU Muflrw. I'OsI I If/ per pk. Order Now from COCKTAILS OeM "raid Hum VsSSUM Saie-anes QlMrkhU Sandwich Spread Cucumber In tins t'jrr Cressa t raaan C'jrrs (hecselets DESSERTS Slrawherrlm In lln% Pineapple in tinI'.iiiuIn MB I ApricoU in tBSS usrasea in tins Qastvas in tilts Jelly I'ewdrrs ii.."-it l'.derv alaroh MaMaeni mil IUrlr So SinkGODDARDS





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ii i-i.n II -JI ii in KAKHMMls \l>\n( ATT. PACE TiiRrr BSfasWM (,unhni is thin Meek'n Guful Expert in thv HOW TO RUN 100 YARDS Maureen Anticipates Your Questions ^ C0H6KR I SUCCS3SFU1 phrase bul H >. nniii xport But. Iik< II can be pui '" hl n is controlled. i ii .i":-f,n Uon In being able % %  run tan And It 11 %  thai itw wliathlete can aclu 1 %  ly i,ftr racing. F. i miners arc born chain* ... %  :.:. tui d %  •'!'• %  %  %  : M Involved in ..,.,. \V.. % %  n.11 hmh lump nr ;i hltch-klch long lump ll .i rnothinlcal proem Th* 1 ordei Get i matk>," ami *.'" Brmij tattled ertth hoth feel %  .iiinii-iilock. On* 1: on UM ground, as in th~ | lap left ot this page And how hurdle... dashin;. for the llni&liuitt UM nil I \<--t on lha n." • %  The arms must be carried with owi bent to form righttngteeDO more and ran Tjn* -.i" poaltlcai mi the .'•l>l|M'k is govcrnc*! bv %  I laical principles. Distribution of body weight over the lending leg and arms has to BCeajd m relation \<> the angle at which the runner will leave the starting-blocks when NO one has 10 work hatJii n he V ih.un is fired. training Ulan a huittaM Hindi... hurdling The -printer teamt*i keep gre neeer bom TIWV UI. ... teaaM gheairi or the Upg now .-KI UMJ prove guai identand Ihe prmeldepend-: ic> g Krc.t extern on the acorn cur-leg drivi' and how I" .kill and patience "f the CO* gatch for the (rack with the There U not e rjirdtei who hu ^ I foot. not had at least one naatj ~t> >i i l achieve Hhlg p ette etl ori <>f even in training And whe iwecn thin i hundred yardi men h.ts the Iraek after rapping nin I I lenih stud.I \eai-s of prm-tiee. Some hurdle >t lem"! %  pleasant em* epeUtkM Ha ml... dlMvamen I *>|ir-*nl k ei eee i novi n.cm ealli Bul do imi ou > %  obillt* mp them | ,i itM .(..II. %  i i khn low iinU range of mnvemer nung n.. %  %  ind But that ttws rd as my early ballet Q. Why do rminers n. usually InaW on u i*hrtter \ starting hole can break Tinblock, on the other hand security It also ensures a smoother start, a* the m not have to rise Ihe tvse to ihni inches out of the deptn of 1h< startin,: hole, but is Bin 1 iraek surface cj Do nu tape inn AN ,'•> on the track aaa i %  I ..i -he tori thai %  I'tati.m 1.. peep A There la But It I Pot wrong to do so It can disturb your whole b rlenee Q lit .in breath) normal)' in a "print raeoi A That is a queslkon that few of eg can answer 1 thtiOt that we take several snatching breathMany men sprinters go IJllOUfh 100 yards on two bitxiths. |A3 first when the paStOl i fired. UK' se. ond at about 60 yards ij Whv Jo sprinter, run >' f.ir quite a distance after tlni*hlnr! i r ', .•' < riii'Mare several n -aao n s •i.it a sudden stop, apart 'inx unnatural, can easily n a rouarle baing tom i at is that it helps to slow 1 g flow of the Mood, which BB JceMerated aa u reault tf the trotnrndouetfetl <>t HpivilTKV dellcteaa '• .iU>aAnd ihev *ooaV feireah vuui mni mih ihci ( %  ones MI>III tilJn ^ wtlor ^TWROAt HIIMF.VS RAINCOATS ul ,i,>: mh i niu.il> i end nw pom) MrsjieM ad.' hi M.iii.'t km me dowi hal *ti'i -p'twi eernftni down fWi .. %  mi help %  i iht I ii.Ho-, beeauee. try as I may people leuni und ti .printer, ahi th.. • %  right picture, la ready for ttw .tailing-gun. weight well forwar.l BSaiW as = %  = )^.dv well forward, arms working Vou just carVl stop me D tronajy, halfway (an' return to 'he Heuler'i oftlre or W. -t side of the town." Called on the telephone. Mr i he had nothing to add to the statement he had made. but went on "my confession WM a gradual development It took onM time %  mature" i he kept it %  "complete secret From everybody, even my personal friends" Whet he saM "it does not mailer becaUM 1 am separating from my wute enywajr" Boeder French Currency Progressing PARIS. Juw The t COT) mg progressively towards a d.,.f sUbihsalun. attempt at a legal tUHIould nt this momcfii be ne l % %  I M Maurlee Petschc said .. .. ... %  II tiioe" ofllci'H the Prentiei trench newapaper arucJee latun • the Pram i I %  U.S. Profits May Reach New High In 1950 Hy llnoiliirr Ktvftlw)v YI< ru-ti-i ptoil service Yius attempt utlook this ,-ful analyti-al aofi >iii I %  ind nweted %  %  Agricultural %  luiprw at Iroaa equipn l \ I %  to leport than last follows Germany, Hmzil Form Trade Agreement NEW YORK, Ju Profit-, of United States buslnes;. study ol firms in 1950 are expected 'o b.made by the second hithcst on record This 's BM forecast made bj P' informed economic authorities of taeee fleldJ. who have made allowance for Induttries axpecleu some tapering off in the present huher profita in reeerd breaking pace of industrial year wre list production In the final half of /Uf ( on0iUofUIUJi aajceejl I the year. 'xanaportation; alununum AJ these experts view the and ruga, chemicals, eerdj BONN. J picture, total corporate profits struction; construction rnaterialf.. -y tir fft§t German E• I after taxes in 1950 will add up containers, corn rviiiiina. i .,... .., ,,| that I D eighteen and nineteen ton goods. furniture. I billion dollars. This will surpass hardware. instalment ., .,, nil AH,. the 1949 showing by from five to lumber; machine toolten per cent and will be topped packing motion picture*. onlv by the 1948 record when burners; paint, paper gnd Preishei ((jrporate profits reached twentyplalica; railroads, refrlgoral ime billion two hundred million rubber: *oap and detergwnj dollars. and Iron; sugar refining (heal television and broadening U %  While toUl expected 1950 earnv(s i ori iTl ^ rn ^ 0 m %  • %  ,„ %  published after allie-i lpiharply below the Jnf rucK> utUB-l • said a. i -.i % %  %  tuVthne high set two years ago. ms pointed out that the 1948 : ided approximately are Out Industries *vx>%  billion two hundred million profits in leM about t^e sane dolUrs In pre-tax profits due i a *t year were I •.xclusivtly to inventory pric Accounlanu. aena mark-upt. mobiles (new): automobile i On the oilier hand, in 19J0. ID> ( U ed.; MM ventory to baking; banking, candy ai ttb eftect on profit-, with nE gun; earmed rooda; the retult that the nigh profit level wear; co-nM wUI be tJineel entlrelg drugs and pssexnu brue operaung earnlnea, cleaning, elei 'i rtunatety, all indtutriet in (email the United BIU '• ,r foods; glass product-' hott in the generally briiiht profits (mlretorts; Insurance, look this year S->me Industries laundries, lawyers: lui will report lower earnings In IBM machinery; mall order than they did g JN I men's wen' much greater number v* ill Ao wall nonlerrou' on 'he ment; petroleum ej ;-ve| at IMP. graphicsuppli' ;^<-, .i chemical pi"A joit.l commuvnoi • %  . Bantu SIIOI* PARm WUKBB IOIUTRIES &f NMOMK.V Rtyiisms &f M(k ROOM Kt iaj/11 niti \i f nti\ %  %  1 %  %  i:< UL F IE S T A" MARINE HOTEL July 1st 1950. 830 p.m. Music by I III POIKi: BANKOBCBESTBA Directed by Co.pt. Raison M.B.E., A.R.C.M. MARGARET COOK PRESENTS BEAUTY < HOItl S AND DANCING. SINGING COHBDT AND OTHER O tn K ne" part* tr-* ten *It looks newbecause it's always washed in LUaVm Lux keeps that new look in all damn clothe* and make, tneni leai taggeha For I.us H w wfc and gentle even in cold water it washes perfectly' %  it t'-r iik, rayons, woollens — alt dainty fabric*. LUX KG EPS ALL DAINTY CLOTHES LIKE NIWI COUGH 10ZE* j; GODS WAY OF SALVATION MADE PLAIN S PIT* IV-.k from S. Robtrll. | | Av..n.... l>nKof, I IrrlUld • MMNI SURPRISING ATTRACTIONS I o>lI'l in NOBEslAN WOOII Followed by THE AUCTION Of ^ r^l Dr THE YI. .11 llVj •AKT IN COI OU'RFUL^ BARBADIAN DONKEY & C POLO REGALIA During Ihe entire evening Side shows ol all Descriptions on the Grounds. Barbacued Hambuigers on sale TICKETS: $1.00 al Johnson's Stationary, Fogarty. Janetta Dress Shop. Marine Hotel Call MARINE HOTEL lor table reservations Telephone 3513 Ballroom tables S1.00 i



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I.U.I. -l\ II Mill MM.s M.VIM-ATI. Ill SOU Jl NE 13, MM HENRY BY CARt ANPIRSON •TKEY MOUSE 9UOW! VOW JST BE AN I MffJT tW 5AJ. IN YOuU COUrtT gV. AVS OTCMA'. JwJT FL(NT\ "TAN-.5* BY WALT DISNEY BLONDIE TO CLEAN vOuR ROO* -U.Mi RDM FOR WHAT I K-Vjft'. rvfl DOC, -X C* >0v* GANS W iftWIg K. O. CANNttW WITH WHISPER IN THE SOUTH OF "iANCE IS zoccrs mis J5 _.. -1$ SMS IS *OlV / n Llr>T HfR A UIClD£ /f— %  D-—I *0T( -VMSMpf* ? f*| I W \TI VsrRY LOVING NOTS. /, I t) =jj> ST— \f -•' LtatfjN'T' ro tooi. MI. i f VMOS( WAITING >%,. r%  7 MAVJ ViOOCOf VOU DON'T / ffJOU CMfCKID'TNlS (5 suOOCmv .-•f r, v : HC WROTf MAT NOTf ; NOW, TILL Mi . ./^ ^ / BRINGING UP FATHER r,Jtv'0*"* it TO Mi ALL MC--W VOU *T T fLL,I'U n; OUT fon > MVS£LF O'BVf BY GEORGE MC.MAfctiJ; I * TUQTOtiTTS ioao tmTLaB-1 TCXD *• MBb*<*:. i COU6 COM4TOTVC TEiPVirjnN &TLC--0 If? MIEAR 51 I %  •: \ voul PHAN TOM BY LEE FALX & RAY .VIOOD'S \A aiicr v rue ojeosu wte cj %  : 's //ceuflS THCsriw i tv TUB 6R£A T Fieurrrr rue vnrjuHUE cfowomeuet ill CNTL Y, I/NOHN6 THlIf F&IKM HfCfHKON THIS UTIll igtBty rnetrfiux\ ~ m- CWBf HHKIKHW9ki^^iO^-''?y' DELICATE us a mooiibi'um I hfsf arm • • • l.ulf-l I rriral inn ri i m %  „ II '.< Ml I I HI DIIHI .. nikh MM II II I HM^ MIPMI-I IIMurn ii i•IMHIIIII IAH .. 'I.I:>IM i i !!• %  I"' *^ Hlkll NF\^.. "4£JE COOL BEAUTIFUL FERGUSON FABRICS FOR WEAR AT NIGHT. STOCKED BY LEADING STORES. STIAtT 4 SAMPSON tTD ft FOODS .; i-t MMRonr, • • ; %  Ram i.iiiuchip x MmnUt .; I Tin. I.o.kir Rolled 0l | ^ .. Suifc'i Pnrkham ^ ?!ain l^iaf •> \>il „ •^ QnHW MUM ? Bol.. Marronochie'ii Tulnalu ICcIvhap ^ !NCE & Co.. Ltd. 1 HO(UCK ST. .-.*..-,'.-V *.--.<.','.,r-*-*.*-*-*-',-. mi HEALTH BENEFITS • CONTAINS VITAMIN A I D IN A DELICIOUS FORM • INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS • ENSURES STRONG LIMBS AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN Haliborange The niceM way of tailing ^^_ £M HALIBUT LIVER OIL ^^pT Hide b> IU1I t m N B u Y S (TO., LONDON YES SIR! We have 1<>I i of lisifiil Hem INCLUDING ....il,..r r.r MAU SorkrU !*>U NNarkMwa Mrchankm' Tool Kid In Ba*M ISIaNM l! 1V*ifr Aulo -.|ii, t M.---,.r. Arid Vorr Saldfr C;*i Tank Lorkn lumoi* LralbrM VWlow Pallihlnc llotlu Knl ..I OtMD ii." % %  t.'fECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STREET //* featiuvH... /.'* ritSite. I'OM'N auree this var lrmis in Us rl.i.v.v.' Seals S m t.imforl. 41 h p enflii'f. Independent fmnl WIUMI Aisptnsuin foi J >mixnhiT ndc Sleeruifi cnlumn Bear shift. Body and ehassi. buill as a single unii '.II liy.l'mess and greater sttength. I u^'ganr sompai inn-Hi of 10 cubit* feet. Special rustproof linish. Built tn gitc enduring new car pctformanL-e MORRIS OxfcnL sra rHESC FIM. CARS n FORT ROYAL <. Alt ALL LTD. Phone 238!> Sole Diilributon Phone 4504 o-AL Wm. FOGARTY LTD. *. IM Furilur (In. in Btilitli (•uuina) OVI OfRrp 4fiin — 461 '. I iKfrfea. !>;*p'. Ory tioodi Depl j § HUM M n . ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT WIT r.l.V QCOTE Iff OX 3WITCHES. CEILING ROSES BATTEN HOLDERS. ADAPTORS. JUNCTION BOXES. FLUSH RECEPTACLES. CORD HOLDERS. ARROW PLUOS. SINGLE A DOUBLE CONNECTORS. WOOD BLOCKS—Round, Square and Oblonf. CTS. FLEX. TLEX. IRON CORD. ADHESIVE TAPE Our pric.ei are the luwest.



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T %  r il .. Jinr II I M .'. . Borbauns Mwcate Prirt: FIVE CENTS Year SS. .. OUR BATSMEN LET US DOWN ^ Trinidad Legislature Passes Currency Bill Uniform System /'or Hast W.L t Barbados Advocate Correspondent! PORT 01 VAIN, "imc 12 r pKINII>AI> Legislature this morn inpassed a hill iniplementii mi i i men I provided loi uniform currency in the eastern pan of the Bntt>h I'arihbrun lerr'tory. Only une member abstained from voting The in.m |)in\ isMiii.il hill established, RH the lyaagan of notel Mki MlM lor i;..rli.M!... Brili-.ii <;UI;III.I. ihe LlWlnl and U'ii.duard IslandTrinidad and Tobago. : India Delegates Draft Sober Answer ro Govr. Mf MO iPlum Our 0l I LONDI N The We In tton met at the Wr I: mlttee to-daj to put 4 touches to their replv to the Government mefnorei They were to I Government on VTadnfl now the meetinK has I i %  poned UlUi] T: Mr P omes, leader of ihe delegation, told me • 'I'm very satisfied with the reply The Govmiment DMBWTandum wu exasperating, hut ue kept our haatfi and drafted a sober, well-reasoned answer Mr. Gamtii.inM p., will ask the Minister of Food in the House of Commons on Wednesday if he will make %  fur his negotiations with U* delegation. Czech Exhibits Held Till Bill Is Paid TORONTO, .li. Mr. It. H Dayton. Admit of III," %  ', Tiade Fair, today demr.. that officials % % %  soldi oslovak, exhibit-, urn,; pejd tin h The report C'techoslovak eshll placed "under r it ah V until the bill "We Would not hold that way without Mr Di %  Rental dollar will be *HUMI to 4 2 sterling in London it u also recommended that Trinidad shall he the sole authorities to issue and Ma* am i irreney aeoni i ba w 1 HBTttOI H an UM Mgi.ing of Ihe R.C. Priest Jailed In Poland Anti-State Activities LONDON. Jm.. U A Roman Cntholn i I Jan Trodnm. bat to six yeat military court at em Poland, u i propiigiuuln against tin Poland", according u .. A report received hen The court founi tl I Pr, Trochim "mijMd his j ties and del %  [ %  % %  i>n • %  %  % %  •it the Dialstok Piovmce In addr. tenee it ordered confiscation of ;iii his properly and dl i % %  %  civic right' I,.i threi — Kcuu-r Civilians Replace Military On Austrta High Commission LONDON, June 12 BrKaio is to replace her Milii Commission in Austria with a civilian authority bj August l, it was officially announced to-night. Similar decisions cxperted to be announced at the same Ume from Paris and Washington arc part of a move by the three Western Allies to v lit occupation costs in Austria it view of tne deadlock in the Autrian state treaty negotiations. Though the number of British n Austria will remain un i ruutasd, tiie dm of lbs admin Istraaon connected with the High Con mladoo arlD be greati n duced by pcrmlflii'i: n to be ibined with KM BftU tton in Vienna. I eaten Oilier .spokeftinar I iiain would be In nu in to %  % %  Austrian note, making detail) proposals for .< reduction f occupation costs. T>ie Foreign Office announce' UM appointment of the present Minister in Vienna. Sir Ifaro'd Caceia, as the new BritUsh Civilian High Commissioner, replacing the Military High Com. | T J V.' i:in' Shell Company VT orkers Strike KTNOSTON June IS Transport man %  i I tor fin rnlnub I me mortunf %  Bbefl in for better %  As a result of the sympathy opened i-tte today Ion >cre that in Shell sink. Light, there WOUld be n % %  %  • tomorrow Renter "GrufSpee" Destroyer Dies LONDON June IX Admiral Bii Boor) rtareww War — we Hattie of the i(i\: Plata ha* 1 unes, I "tin *j .ini of the cruiser i I the cruisers Arhflle*. V' I and Eseier. which outmab Ihe Germi %  t Siee. Reutrr. %  %  X PUOTO MOWS i*Mr>tU> Primitive Tribes Guard War Scvrots hi AMAZON JUNGLE .. uaHirtG i %  -.. %  'i have ..tiite contacts i 'i %  I :' %  .,. that 'J %  h n1 %  'III. When J stung''r apmache*. Lheir bow s and *ITOW are hidden. Oberg sakl. 'Two tribes haw tlderabla prai Uei i ul i" Tlu-y belipve man sras i blocks of rt-ood. and hold reiilioo, tvn.nu r.-Kulaily .,(tired prtneipnlly In faathai I and dresses, their bod aW anl nf d %  dttl ronipHcsted red and bbv aeomctrie dcUgns At othei titnc they go nake-l THey live In a rulairexplored area in den-. bordering bank! "f rlvtl foena the headwaters of thp Aiim/.iii. Can I'rei* !!rulrr*s BerlinCorres|MHHlrnl Plays "Allied Warmongering" Cuts Adrift from liritish Press LONDON. Jui | Routers n wived Ocwd tins allernoon thai its chit i nt in Berlin, Mr. John Fm.stefted today what app i to haw been a premeditated announcement of his .ip,, i lion tn thu policies of the United States and the Wwtem Euiupeun powers. He also In ellect announced theaeveranee of his omnections with the British PrMa, which hi ).., lerved past four vears as a Renter >i respondent In Bi • pt Rain I falls Fotest Fires STILL DANGER si JOHN'S, Newfoundland June \:> Bain h u baited Iha Ihn ab %  oi advance ot two fierce foreal in Newfoundland uuung the weekend, but the tu*'. was today preparing for enothOf battle in case of s change in wind i Mem held In chad ( but dangvi was raporb H -i % %  mil. alao bellied voluntss keep buck the wall of flame less than rfora the as i of I %  %  %  vinn —KeiiU-r %  Mali heud<|iiai It* l>.nSPORTS WINDOW %  uva i.-l KM I ..-i,. TABLt: ThNNJh ...ii M aW 1.1 .' %  !.. I M t A uHh -It (nllusn.n xiiiUlm cm n ;.„.!„,, • K p „ IL. RniH %  v. Sit eUaMghae %  %  (.-ini nu PIJ %  Labour /s Still Going Strong OCCLAflES WEBB I %  N luna i.' Pood Ministei Maume I reoasi that ihe %  offlee "well min next FIELD ICARSHAL JAN CHR!^! \N Minister of South Africa nov nniousi) tu with pneumonia. limes* \\ riler MayBeBamied From Ja|mn INACCURATE REPORTS TOKYO. Jo:.,. I*. Prank I ant of ihe Lwndan limes, said I today he hao rat Hvad I > ., surr. Ua> <; % %  %  i'iund. that as a he might oe ex pellet i (nin Japan ,. despatches about the Oci M Hawley.' %  i • mi ihit no accrai i ,tiv> should publish %  • 11 lo.lnterfi General MacArthvir in un ofoc%  -LI, said theie was no change in the ot %  %  • .. %  banning t,f [^.fi Wing d S ^nd The desire of I to have ft rearms hw General Almond dellnt., ty rhk as "a man who : %  -. %  j theatre of oecupat.' 1 according U Hawley. %  scntlj Chairi.'imentary Labour e nai %  .Hi* to -. : %  • %  ihiin -' lot of ; onli faai The Gowrnmeui i i' moaaeni lor the %  • % % %  '. | .. He said: "We shall damoO WDsn i %  :••! mandbie, not tton —Kruler. rnanti as follows: (l> Mr I Peet'* action comes as a aoaVpltM aurpi %  None of his Britlnh or %  gene) enHaannt appare itlj had -m. i %  II he had an) i in need aolHleal view i %  been MCUnkt*, impartial, unl beyond rep the w;u bs i i... cinniml employee 11 nad etaiiteri in London bi IM %  Ha has bean one of Reuters team of 1J...I1I II. ("Ill ,11 I II tWO .HI I a half years (2l Mr Peel ceases to hav in connection with nrulers from this moment. Hi %  /., enk I i paeaantattvs bi Qarrnanj Is ioing lo Berlin Iron Fiuiikfuit. and be will leinnoi anlv take .barge oi the %  '• (ifflee in Berlin Mi Pt i i placement Mr li J Fiiiikfuit tiHlt S i a'ready taken oet i Ihe %  lea fron ! %  i Ua %  Wnnneognffi Ml i'< Bi .i r il.' t Jcii to lie -could DO longer %  i . Anglo-Ann i lean wai rnonnei He made the annouoceii< Press conference called by Oeihart Eisler. head oi Baal German (pro-Soviet) Information Department Mi put thus in affect savaged OB] toon.Mop, wtth tlii Prosa which he bad •' '(i-afer i oi respondent foi il.i BfM Sldng IN in" he said "as a western |t hi '< %  begonia a u tninaU' increasinal> a tool ft the An • i %  can controlled war ms I %  i .. %  i"M t of pt •" %  • I cannot i %  lane tins path' Mi Peel ..' %  % %  was the lying and wan 1 the Vhllaun i*outh Pi %  trjition m Berlin His Anglo-.\n .i lion ixiiite in Oerman) u\ at maklnf Westei • OM •IT ground foi i added IIH.mred the toiifnei". he o.id not been lnfuen< < Midnight Pirates Rake Trawler CAPTAIN WOUNDED Dl >NtOAL, I.eland. June \i I'oli •'. ..ft. i ..ll-iught question mg of Itshermen in the Culdaf area of Northwcat Ireland, Said on Muiiduy that thev expect to make srrests "any time now" in %  onnectlon with the iitlc attm k on Saturdaj on an RngUsn u i % %  . lb I i V. Mar-sk ins w.t-toi. %  Loni f'1 arrli id • %  Camnbaltown on the Scott on Sundai with .• tt rallbn i ul%  %  I nt hK thigh it. mid i %  10 Irishmen had raked hivessel'i derki with nil. Bn •' i %  about mldnlghl on Satunhu th> ' was (Ishlng aiKiut foui lie oil the Doranjal conat 1 %  %  %  re definitely lush. Bint thev were delinltcK out to kin i could bear Iho bullats %  patiarini agalnat the wheethouae It was their last hurst (hat A „t me %  The lo.ite Kon.,1.1 CUrtt iDOfc OVei the wheel ,mil headed foi the OnaSI I dragging the I I AIIII. Chief Engineer Tht.r.u, Bn 'i" I mill up the skipper's le —(Can Tre New British Plane Tours Eutope Wicket Was Bad But For Both Sides WJ. Must Avoid Charge Of Poor Sportsmanship Says Jimmy i.ozier OLD ^ I iRD '|"WO THINGS lost ua thU match Fust, our failure on the first day tu pre.,* home the ad vantage between lunch and tea, when Evanu ami Bailey really won this match for England. Second, lie failure of our batsmen. • The Evans Bailey partnership is easily for giTSD. Such things happen time and ftftin. That U ie luck of the game But the positio.. should ha .*e been retrieved. Wa liiir.l> Mmped a ine;isl> 2lHl while Fn^luid. hat tbuj Ihinl. could slid do neaVl) as nanll M the\ had lir.1 time round .I w.vci von l | rt „, %  anaoUng t.. pa ne the WlCket, but the fact 1 that we did IK.: make as i as we certainly nasre dons West Indim i apl db, er, and Prc-iden* of e wiiiK the um of public opinion — no I... tot toi she success of the %  h. othei extreme. Ih. Wicked %  toi the wicfcei All th. imed da) quoting opinions eximoss*-.! l> Mldm u Mum Si Ihe wickel I %  .i-li mult on.), nin lor> and ( %  •ddaril MM* il I llir 'Dalit rxpeewi" A* | IH,. ,, .. i'* %  > I wuuld like tu Ml Ih. \nwi-* IH-IIIH k %  • 1 III |lll ua il Na il U not the uurM wlckrt |Sa alatrd nn In lhi coanifv— H u iiir wee af rVs •••>* in nu Hie I bowed ii i" .oi.ii this iimiii mg and !n .igiet.i tint the Interview was not niiMcported The trend of the interview* in the Ihei p.ipi vei> sln.il.o .md. personally. I deprecate ihi i itab o.. nt tn ihi Pn The. tend to havi npleai and lo nu. rise to %  IteBationi of bad rpoiisrnanshii on thf tin W. •• lo.tian.Hnd rrom Ihe Start Mind you. It is agreed b> all daKerntng i port a i lb n Ibal the wicket wa. bad BrOSi atnl grew wmw with each -o. CUiuliiig houi Kveiv-.o. iguas thai Alt. lie.Is. T and a HMilid Iho. Jobneon would have made it not only untenable but delliutetks batsman, but .vere the -.one for Iwith AI !.. a i i an unda i ItuatkM Un i i a % %  i %  %  ions i %  I bat I board, but II i> douWfu bs go this It .. %  doubtful, ii LI mu wen nan the coin drop%  i way round Dismal fending Rs .ii. dismal andlng Six wickets were BM the admitti MI Hen ideati is h of iraasaliia OH a |4I. h which wouhi bavi i... i .,., A ... an Prankly. while we %  .X|". sad dewi It II lo )').< i %  liml Scored ti'MJ Un ,.! ooAld n it twice trie* % %  i i %  .in.i ii.. oral othei • people are saying "Il i rs ti..ii so bad if %  N ions on running This i% the one of Ihe English Test Jack llobbs' view \raa rat ante* as it uinloubtedly waaI .ill to Hie good. Sevaperi anrltan -.hare thli nm .o d it sressM be had puUVv i> Ukw Ulti'i on the subject %  %  i' %  beu .-.upport. However, ii i-. ended, nd I for ua ('ii that th.incident will oon I"forgotten The r'nglantl aam toi UM nt -' r. •. iuas*h in %  aaaaae. rl on Sui 11 Nt foi today', piujv i hrisUam JSlollmeyer went out thimg in the unusually bright i 11 Of mi.i-..i i,. ving siv gan rtthi at %  i iveni it wai it dUa third delivi oatdiad t up tarm I ... board readini istt ... H Thin liimlty i pot tUng nenr o Weft • On Pasr 1 aft, l.KI.KA.SI June II m • "I %  h ampnaataB all land has reluni< k 10.000 mil fllKht whirl, loo.'. Spain. Portugal. tinCanary i Nt i thern Italy %  ho was on board, %  of the %  %  %  i ii Spam and %  %  r i i betni i in inner -Hcalrr here afb I %  %  • : %  %  I On V,K S. AFRICA GROUNDNUT SCHEME COLLAPSES After Cunxuming V.IUMHKOOH LONDON. June 12 a < riiiniltes. F'urliamem today ri-|airte*l II i.t Afri'a ^roundnuC schemict^t over i: as.ooO.ooo. revenue. %  i/mal plan Is lml ad that the report p in was baaed was 'nisleading The comn.Mtre. an all-party watchdog of %  I IStOl I .in. foi second vear ..' |. T 194g to March CHK about a yeui Mart of inch was begun in i4fi lo provide Rnlaiii .... | vegetable oil* — Reeter .hulloDelays Accused Spy's Transfer TO NEW YORK riiii. S DSLPH1A. June l? %  I %  .. I Pud . .. i . . fer him to New York f. diata trial The Mear-ohl chi I .: r.K. thC Olll. tit hi* PI QUOSt UM pn opportunity to examine Cold Hf.iU-r I K. W. V. Radio Contest I .-.!.-.. in to TRINIDAD rOMOBSOW [JUN1 I 'Till hAIVI' I— I uk. put In Ihi Oi U 'WB IT 11 Nl M 11 ir i-Kl/i Purl lth*ONBptUti II -II .in poi .isi.v win naai i.v Hull ABan. ••X CIMNMM MH.s PRIZES I f I C II |..'M ' :.. I H Si.I. %  will bf annoonctd I Slallon lomi.rrou vtnlnff (7 M la 7.45) Hull J.' -Si. i. I : • New Huii.nr., U I I their Pi I litre art* no better Wines ilutn k. \\. V. K.WiV. Wines are chcuper only lioausr of lower Inipori Duties p.i>;ihle as IMI'IKI. WINES



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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. JUNE 13, !*• CcUlU) PaUhw Klie got awht getting nwa 1-.k and happy l'*"vni limUntl \ u triniri.d and \r Verk 1 thrlr *tr rti C OMMANDLli and Mi mim "Popp.." Dayth u-11 Bai p 'ord.1v bv 11 W.I.A. (or Trinidad. Thaj were supposed lo have leit on BUBdaj nection* %  ) Trinidad for New %  11 w.l. Airway*' Bundaj afternoon Illght : unavoidably detained at Barbados The Dayxh's are on f. i to England for a holiday but plan to spend a few days in Ni ', on route l.t Col 1 op whL Unta Deputy CommisPolice. Haibanos. now tftld* a similar post in TrUi dad iJuiitig his brief stay in Ihe I,.. R, T Midii-liii. Cornmlsatonci ol 1 In,;it lii-ad.) lataOaV Attended Dress Shows In London M RS 1 %  BBOQ, wile of l.t.-Col. Bogg. M.B.E, who 1 %  koa ilb CtiUmial \M ISS MAKliUfclini. i; potent Colouration. % *TANT who <•/,* in Barbados lun "*' :i s -' l '" > '"> bj • OelfcW about this .same time lust yeaf* '*"'" England where she haf arrived yaftarday morning mm *8£ %  * %  TUnkUd bj i;u 1 ,\ . %  remain here to M man bai Ural It Mviicndai UV dagger-poini and iM.-tolhol, poison yiiitil and foul play, hu has Man dadmaUnd the niddlt classes for 30 years, and they have been M enlertaimil by the experience that they hnvc bought Ml.iKHilKK) rople* of her boons. Ana al that rale death pays her handsome dividends. "But don't nsk me how much," he will pay, smiting out of the hadow of a large straw hat of 1930 vintage, "i nave all that to %  lln agwri must have a head 0| BgKBW An outsider, judging sale* On Long Leave another holiday hen T.L..L. Pointr-a-Pi She UV yCJ will. ad l 1 staying at Cucrabank More Coming JISS EI-AINE IlKHNAKD who with the Royal Bank ol Canada In San Fernnn-h. raslas. ry morning hv IVWI A fi'fn Trbildad lo ipend I* 1 in Domlnli ;i and •rtil itaylng with Mrs. Yard at £,^?,, She will hr I..-.SI ;i it "< l.t -Col and Mm fiegg eama rived ou i i 0 pnrbados in May last year tney penl nine months' holiday at "Gk'iinsc" Pine IliU nt CftcrBhiink BalM used t to school In Barbados. She told Carlo that three < TrlnWadian U irls will be cot over on Wednesday for I holiday, Miss Helen Tall ind atot" yfc,-Kngland IrA the "Oollilo". II. will %  (* %  al 'i ontha' holin.i\ 00 Iba laland and will be staying at the Marine Hotel. Col Bm ill % % %  %  la I In Barbados rrday by IIW.IA mrr MI t W(1 ve.u. aito. and Mrs Lewis Alkins who were here on two weeks' holiday. Alkins is with Tl.L Trinidad. The first part bolida> was spent at Cacrabank and for the last week they were Alk.ns' brother, '" '"' J '"' ing at the Ocean VaGueai L J Mrs It A *T*K UM Of holders .1 Luckj Eraklne-Lindop wer,. i.dran* Ticketl. Ih, JcfTr. it passengers on the "Cointo" contesl is publlahad elsewhere In Irom England on Saturday morning this issue, and Ineaa ludq for TTlnldad after spending WtU be BalM upon to do some holiday. ing on Thuraday. Will Spend Several Months p(H, t (i SMALL. Indian Anay, i arrlvaJ After Two Weeki R ETUKNINC; lo TrinlUad yesby B W.l A. wen Mi VdJ? "E w " ere ln ,948 .. ..h Hit" W. IlKKIi-I.KWIBcifToron.rt ot ttlr M ,D ,". h !" '" u ' b *. dl ".'" %  TCA. on short hlayinii with Mr Mr. Bert Alkins. Intranait COL and Mn Saturday .sit Ht Hotel. nnally unearth,;-nd they have a 11B'. in t'helwa. where, among "paintings that can be lived with an gewgaws bought in local antiui.i -hops. Mrs. Mallowai. %  %  asy to become Agatha Christie and write. There is also a six-bedroomei! at Wallingford. Berks, and fine old Uafcrgian house overjlTt 1 Devon. looking the D 1 The res", ol tne rami.y is made aa by her married daiightei and l.t 1 grandsoii Matthew huh presents picture of su lie. and mother always 1 %  tartad wnkch all. hen with >bod> %  IUp.rln 131 ->tw ft is nut dra'hv 1 ll islon 111 tup wav -nili 1 tn 1. mil %  %  1 n-i %  ll iwf *notn 11 %  1R1 21. Purl of a loot, M : on nulaoK-oui lor a later ehana*. lai 1 ttooMtmnfl 10 mention rimum 1 >t my be %  warning. Hi le-patcbadT 1S1 I if. ii u-uali* a good %  UHH 1U1 uaan He II ordered to iml. bui Uic yUmaUfa i not statad. it baeUi bair. Of < .;%  %  rMponatbi* rut Ibis? IB) JlHl tbr nn or pllUdliig Ihr (lailrr would enouM. <) It mar Or A mild 13 Aeroas Uia, I .Hi ) denr cvrrjinim. allies, may daetda that in a lean year Mrs. Christie makes do on %  ontethlng like E4.000. In a fat year there is no tetttng what n might be No telling, thai u. anyone but ihe Inland Hin .*illl II l.a llrilll. OF her 50.000,li00 s,t\cs. 30.000.IMIO .ire eaUinatod to have been in . on one occasion. Oertruda(a Oaear) f"r selling 5.000,ann copkM in one year. Gertrude turned out 00 be a kangaroo statuette. gilt, not [olden. And the English Customs decided that it was "an undeairable import.' hut finally let it in under "the same conditions at the i.ir-ti.ilc belt-" in 1U4H r.-nouiii Books Issued tea on-en-hocked Chrisrtea seemed anxious lo buy that either Her seventh book. The Murder of Hoger Ackroyd," established her. Yet some of her most devot*>d admirers have not forgiven bar for thai book I* broke the rules. Who on enrth would suspect that the Riimtarai would mm ou< to he the kindly old doctor who narraten tin Shellis;i |i|i;i %  • auddenlv thai he nearly toppki ever oackwarda. Well, and whit do yon want ? dtmindi the Litle creatun. "Can't I rest without |u batting in ? And what are you doing with my label >" li II your label gaspa Rupert. "And are ihosr you' bowtptl Then who-who e*r you '" ens siiu was "too nervous," singer, but "1 ifi • H AUM. )o. Don Hill. If, Opaillr aappses! aa^paw %  ) Hdaea\9Ti. Aeu cert pianist but then an open eouldn! lino." She waa born In Toruuav (When? Some 50-odd year* ago) na Agatha Mary Clarlsna Miiii i daughter of an American ('Bui I'm English"). Christie is the name of her first husband. Her second and oresent husband iMax Mallowan. Profi II of Western AsiaUc Archaeology in the University of laOfKa n. II. I U.MTl I .Ml pi nit exit Agatha Christie, novelist, enter Mrs. MalI i ratt) fair archaeologist; currently assistant excavator of tinancient city of Nimrch, Syria. There, la lh deserr, in a • % %  (;/|-j her not'els %  0tn of aceh liaudSomermea she breaks off to pholograph or record somethiiio her husband 'ins aneevthed Professor Mallowan reciprocate:this interest in his work Although she believes that he hfe in the decadent West where ,l, < 1 n '*' "' %  l •' ivel before he our uol'.e are ao Inefnclent that married her. she has resolutely murdei i oiTed I in eggheaddriven him through all tba i ,1 BelglaB expat U wrtttan b) AgaiUia ChrlaOa lle-uittcd They go 10 the desert (where aplnater (Miss ^! *'" %  >' Brit met 20 years ago) once .. .1 0 and Beam quite happy that Bui the Chrisuc monej dot nao 5(i years (and not 1 ..me alone liom l>,H ( ks. %  irnably another 50 novels) %  In. greatest mystei*v story ev from Agatha Christie d This means that her royalties ft-crn Fenguui book.* have bnvu .b. hen over II9.P00 Her Perffcuin :. aqualled only by Bernard Shaw and Homer's Odyssty. %  f.nt which aayi much for ihe Catholicism Ol OUT UtCflM lei llosl l..lli<4ll.l<4-s • I into pane* 0 have ure of %  /here SHE has been 1 ti 1.m might get luppy n-lici by iskipg Dosn'i Backache Kidney Pills. They stimulate and kidneys snd so help them 10 nd cess unc acid and oahcr unpunnea which ntherwikc mig^t colle>i in ihe ayataaa md .HIM dasnaa l>osn 1 Pills have helped ihouiandi; lei them help you. HALF A CESTVRY of BM ***** otlmmti Jut to inndtfuaii kidniy action. U ihi pnmd rrtvrJ of Dean 1 Ptfii. Gruie/u! men and tomtn iff all agtt KI* and rncmmmJ ih 1 fjb a ni .ijia.-'i. and urinary anmtplxt la Muir jittnUl and Mighbourt. aik yow Oea/ar for 1/3. 2a, IBuWhc Kidney PillsWaP NOTICE CLOSING for BREAKFAST HOIK lumi In 11 houre. •) Arn'ogan S3 nassv vaasseai pci.. 1vou rr Prerrhea— w*mm %  •• %  •* IIOYAL (Worlni'nra, l I-ast Two Shows To-dav 4.30 \ 8.30 Ucpublic iJouble Hoy Hogers and Trigger In N1UHTTIMH IN NEVADA AND "SON OF ADVENTURE .Mill • Roberts Ri Wednesday Night at H 30 CARACAS NK.IIIS KMIMIII: To-dav anil To-mono.. 4.45 S> 8 30 JDth Century Presents IWROTHV McGCIRE WIU.IAM LUND1QAN IN MOTIIKB DIDN'T TELL ME" June Hav HO\i To-day at 4 30 UNIV Hepublic Big Double TOM BROWN ACDREY !.ON( In • DUKE Or CHICAGO AND CALIFORNIA BTARS BCQ ROfH From Monday, 19th June, our Office and Departaril] be closed lo business from 11 a.m. to 12 noon Our working hours will ilu-n-fore be — Mondays tn Fridays I H a.m. to 11 n.m. ,12 noon to 4 p.m. Sutiirday* 8 a.m. to 12 noon Tins genaral closedown for the breakfast hour has DMn dactddd -MI In tha Interesta <>f our customers in order to avoid inconvenience and delays. Our CUBOrdtngly Sated to co-operate by arraniiiM their shoppinu Ui acc<>iflance with the above linu'table. BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. TO-NIGHT at 8 30 p.m MADAM O'LINDY AND THOUP IN CARACAS NIOHT" THE MOST POPC1.AI: SHOW IN TOWN l'ncePit 24 House 48. Halr u : 72. BoX SI 00 OLYMPIC i a t a is III In-' v Wild A n I in Trainer Starring in .^ KINO OF JTJNOLELAWD" I Wuh Manuel Kins V'.--.'.*.'.-,'-'.-.-,'.',-,-_-.',',',-,-,-^.', nd Tl ROOF NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE SURE For Repairs wt i CAI.VAMZK.I) IKON SI1KKTS In a lew sue I \ Mil I I SIIKKTS in Mock -i/es HEAVY Al.l'MIMl M SHEETS in slork nijeit RED CEDAR S1IINC.I.ES nOCC.I.AS EIK WE* I .VI. \ TMO.XS f, TO.



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PAGE ui.ui UAKB.UM1S ADVOCATE TUESDAY. JUNE U. 15 Our Batsmen Let Us Down a I'M Page l IftdaM (i if til Cumrr MIDI t*iit II.a QMS* i wring after S: .Iln..in had glad l.ecTr l)> driving "* maM bal -straight U> k In i .glilsCD-en for lour The Bugg la;n ii. uy. (;< met again jumped into HIMond smacked H ::iuuti Uitnwrn like a jei prakwUl* This was Ms %  Mi rig. in 2 ball* later he etieenp*ed the <**a* thing to an* II SO well pitched up ami was %  Mil .tumped 141——4 This w an unworthy strofcfand he wa* deservedly dismUtrd C tutelar d ramr in arm Caned %  Ml >' M berrv last tell of tfv :in his otHide, and sent down Stcllmryer Then the Trinidad un brought a really glorious UtaaflJI lo an end in a wity wluch i id justice to all that had none b tfcr *. He hoined leaker to long-on tor the sub Hough to lulu a comf rtable catch. t*S—7—T8 1 hove said In yesterday i n yl hM i the** is i,i MI Stollmeyer's display truly creal <'fT<.i:. patient. Johason esaae H> and drat-e she lir.i b.11 he received to tii left of cover I-* i u. IM. He then hH the fourth rte livery hard to the onslde fur f and hoisted the bud safely i" (or %  hoandarv. Many may have Ibouiht thai he waa lit... loo nuny llbertir*. but a ii.if.m.ni like Johnson ran only do the one thing, and should not try to do anything Goddard took two oil Hollies, and Johnson after a really orthodox, though exorcas. drive Through the covers for 4 from Uter*! first delivery. defended stoirallv until the last offering which he hit well and truly way DoMery** head on the roldwicket boundary Into the crowd lor hi* second 1 of the Thii IJIM'.' him to 20 and the Score to 176 Hut the. partnership hsd run Its full course for Yardlcy brought buck Kerry to clean bowl UM Jamaican with his first ball H was nevertheless ;< valuable 3C Tuns added md hi* contribution hod probably put quite a stral 00 in. a|i e, fur he held hi* ribs at Ihc end of MCk stroke Ra mad It i n went three bulls later. also clean bowled ami without adding a run Goddard gut single from llollief Urst bull ut sent up Valentine. The youngs Le batted Ihc remainder in an *' mof.phere of high tension Godrlard then on-drove Berry hard Tor 4, the only scoring stroke baft end of the inning B which wini, Edrich caught Valentine at second slip off Hollies" second delivery in the next over The score was IBS and the match lost. It had taken England 83 minutes to finish tiff the match which, whatever may be said about the wicket—and much can be suld. was exciting throughout Perhaps the i..".t Indications of the complete absorption those on the lidd displayed in the matter In hand Is the fact that at no tim> throughout the whole mutch war Hi* presence of the wiiter-boys required on the flHd This robbed the West Indian spectators, accustomed to their own two small boys tratting across the Held, a bit cf a revelation. The waterboy here I* a dignified waller In a black mil coat followed at a distance by two trim maids black procession 1T 1NNINGFNCLAND'S ; i %  WfrU b Gomel r Week** b i YoungBters Reach Golf Semi-Finals A FAIR of youngsters, an mlrliibtiiatioi.. IIH'BI cup I anpdig'x-iand iv-u invades s from Ireland psajstd their way iirb the semi-flai.1 round of the Dunlop four-ball. i (.'.-tell competition %  MMM Golf and Country ekib over th. week-and Tin ynuetgvters were David In nis* and Johnny Grace Who defeated William Atkinson ap u George C'hallenor on the ln-t graen at Iheir rustch. The in'elk, iu! Ml H.-i'tii.iu itoife ana M Txnpson. master at the 1-o.b/. JHIKJ.1 WM> eu':iKtato-'' Urv:.f w,i % %  anal P. D MaDi pkiy-off The local cami.a'r. •" rra tri. Manning and 1.. J Mosttell who routed J R Rodge, md Colin Bay ley. and the ovtrea^ u.vauer* were Jutn*i O'Neal gid J Van. who defeated Pttacv Ooi ling ^nd Richards Vidmw. fjw last hole. ll.ina'H-jp M-m Inn Mr. although only 15 years Id wi' the low handicap mnn in i' owU'h .ltd had to comeue MgXI ol thr otbers two *nou>. in spite stroke allowance, made little us? of %  %  > i With this early advantage. Manning and Maskell coasted the rest of the way. which 't fjir. as they won 6 and Fowlh Match In the fourth match. Gooduig and VWmer managed to gain -hole lead on O'Neal and l'i. at the sixth and clung to through tin next live holes win were halved, but with seven hoi %  to play, O'Neal still had iuur %  trofce* and he took full advantage of them, turning them into three birdies and an eagle. Ills net 4 on the Iwelfln squared tha match, hu net J on tha thirteenth put his side one up and hi* net 3 on the long fourteenth put tha Irish pair two up with four • play A win at the short sixteenth kept Guoding and Vfdmer within striking distance and they appeared lo have the seventeenth well in hand to gel even, when again O'Neal canto storming from the Hfth fa rway. where be had hooked his drive tearing down as he progressed and finally a long putt to get ii half l)i .i net 4. leaving* his side up. by which margin they The remilta, with hnndlenps in parenthesis: David Innlsa ill) and John race (14) defeated George Challcnor (13) and William Atkinson (14). 1 up. Eric Manning (8) and L J. Maskell (10) Moated J. R Rodger (4) and Colin Bayley (10). 6 and 4. M. Timpson (15) and Bernard Kulfe (B) defatted Bryan Wybrew IB) and P D. Mt-IX-rmott (11), 5 and 3 (after i James O'Neal (14) and J. Egi (9) defeated aV P. Goodlng ., and Richards Vldmer (Scr). 1 up \cm mmmim^f M >• el Rovers Overrun YMPC Seven Goals To One vick-Rove-M defeated Y.M.PC. 7I m UMBJ K> k-cu : Lat Kensington yestetdjy evening BeoM I i .ins the ground was soli and thenWaal ; L |KI >! % %  in Ijont ut \hf uncovered Stand. Under thfr*e CaR namewas fairly slow. Hill was permitted for Ii Uill MJII, wlu> look i I • sJiorl ;)..sse(i to Bourne wh.. ahol into ilie ielt aogfaaf of tha a**! Pickwick iiwma k '"i >rore ytl another goal l>efor' ..If -inic Taylor, their insi_ a long pass from mid-ncld an<. he converted it into the nete. The goals for Pickwick wen divided between IfelCDlrtl i' arn wnke ami TaylM wtw acorcil two each while Robinson Uieir left winger, scored the othei W\ haaa goal tor V.MPC by Dkck Bourne Golden Chance The game utaried with Puk% % % %  %  ale f aatOng the notth goa: V M P £ inbsed a golden portun.ty to score whesi BL_.. alter receiving a pass from Hal took a feeble shot at the goal Hill saved easily Pickwick were quick in getting iff th. mark. Wllkas opened their cor.with a hard low shot in the srft corner of the nef s after reviving a long pass Archer the Y.M P.C custodian ii.UI %  .,< on the grouod but failed to the ball The second goal for Pickwick v:.s scored by Robinson WiHtc< it .eiiie-forward ran down the right wing and centred rtobinson wh* was boring through took time shot while Archer was out of noMlion. Third Goal Mnlcolm Prover b s scored the the third goal after receiving a centre from Robinson OH) the len wing He just pushed It into thr Mil By now Pickwick had the bett r of the game, but the YMPC boys. anTaoygh ksss axperiencel. did not lose hope and kept on nlarlng with courage Wllke* V '-bed the fourth opg fs td] l>v Bourne u few minute before >nlf tune. A free kick was awarded after goalkeeper After half time bott fought hard to uicraaat their w but ll was not until about utes before the blow "IT I Pickwick atiain aaorad Wilke.best his way down KM i lit win) and passed to Well' W< back the ball to Wtlki centred Taylor, who a Ing by the right upright of th* v ;.: I' i bars headed the ball into an open goal A few minutes later Mali %  Proverbs scored the seventh Robinson took n shot at the goal and Archer barely pushed out the ball Robinson, who was running through, headed it into the nets The teams went as follows.— Pickwick-R overs:— HiU. Proverb*. M Poster. Mav Rnbmson. Hunte. Kelly W Taylor. Wllke* and M P Y.M.P.C.:— Archer. R Harel. Straker. H [ngr'> ton. Bourne. Skinner. Hal and A. Ingram ll...k. comprl ing Lo,.i fiieenuige. Reggie Fordc. "I4arn>" Edglull iCapt I, 'Tr'ldy*" Greenldge, 'IXnky" Alkllis. "Woodie" Richardson. Algy Syrumonds. Rud>--ph DanM, IXHII* Dodson and ClifTord Giltens retymed from Trinidad on Sunday afternoon by B W I A Took ll Seriously Mr DaoM ind thut I di dlxns took Uie giinx MI. MM uu'ly .mil were dcilmtcly IM it ler players He also ald lhat every team in Trinidad including the "B" learns could teach the Barbadians ball handling. Dnesse and technique. Of the six games played, in,'ludniK three tests and one unofficial game. Barbados won th* official game against the Chinese by %  point and also the unofficial game against BjMaaB, on Assyrian team. said that tl played in adcondltiom, and oh a coil' with new fan shaped metal back doors unlike the turf with rectangular wooden back doors supported by a pole on Barbadian field* Although the court was strange to them, they soon got accustomed to it as time went on, but with Iwo or three if their players 111. he thought thai MX matches In eight days too much of a stra: in which me team was haJnOed The Trinittadin n s, opart from aiming at a set standard, were jurtunate m bavuur the services of Hal Murrow. an American coaci: now residing ui the colony Then outstanding players were CaVttM Clarke, Ralph Comes .r.d Abdu'li ii. the caplaui They ab>o had i G ft 8 ins. giant. McCullln. who a tunes just jumped and tapped the ball Into the basket, much M dismay of the Barbadian pluyi Ace Pair Mr. Edghitl. captain of the Utl endorsed the otxive remarks. said that the outstanding players on the Barbados team were Dai and S-minonui. and added that in addition to their height n was thet sblllty to understand each othsr which was important He also menUoned that a Silver Cup was presented to tha moat outstanding player on The Barbados team and that was won by Daniel Exquisite! it the word I SILVER LAME link CAVESHEPHERD&CO.,LKI. ,V//,W.*.V*W',V>WVAV;



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TUESDAY JWil u. 1950 Debris Utters River Bunks B IDMBTOH N WAS -iw\ yestcruV UHr esp | one inch and l part, of rain during Sunday and up lo 6 o'clock BARB \IM>S U>VOC \n Bus Co. Reach Terms With Vestry THE Progressive llDttt | yrslr-rday morning. The tfm|XTa*ld nd tly Vesuy „f si Mlchaal ture was 85 Fahrenheit in the hav -n" c *oly sctlleU Iheir differahade and a tool wind blew conff 10 ** where the rates laid by the slanllv. Vestry lor the current financial Although St Michael had the ycar ar *" concerned, and an ubje.heaviest rainlall over the week""" '" *• r "" "led by the Uuend. the water did not rise to any <- ni l Min >' ln the Court ol Commoi. dangerous heights in the hood !" J* w hdrawn ;..., I PAOI FIVE .Muili of the debris brought Hearing ot the petition of __ down from the country districts. W—.'"* **>"i week beloto through the Bridge Roan gullv. '" %  " was adjourned u i could be seen scattered along the •>• fa*. W.K Wal.-ott KC banks of the conatit.itton River ""!";'''• '' "•"• Yrarwuoo Thi. wale, aim biought down V* *W. cpresentM the 'Bal manv crab, and small boys could Company, t, 1.1 His Honour Sir !>.%  '• %  I DM corner of Arthur Allan clly.i.or*. CUM Ju.ta.. Hill and Halls Hoad. catching f^"}"" ""'."" %  w"" >'• them on Sunday. Owing to the M"M on certain term., and UW9 atrong current thev had to be very "<• simply asking leave to mencareful lo avoid being washed "" '""'.."" ,u,,rM ,u 'hdraw awav the petition, in as much as the Some of the employees of !" Y" h d been setll.^ that are still grinding "" >_"> *'"' "•" % %  can! ..re ,.f the ..pin,.,,, that these *"2 arrl vri "' •'" ain.caM, June rains will hamper the pro•euleenent the Chief Judge said gress of the cop. "The petition 1, withdra.s,, .s,tn the leavo of in*Court on the 'TMU; NEW PI. A/A illEAIRb term* agreed lo by Counsel." A at Probyn UUlM may soon oe The Vestry was represented by opanad, Ai prevent UM CWfU| w Mr. W. W. Reece, KC. instructed almost tompiciea and laDOuren. uy Messrs Carrinaton and S.-..U wm working >eatcruay mi We ^ supports tor ine grounci dour Case Dismissed PEDESTRIANS who intend making 11* crossing Ian* and the north and MMUI i Bj i.ving these lanes they can croa. by vahlchM During live mlnutej ye*tord,i> morning | I tMranca while onl) 19 n entering the Brl4#l from the south are Inclined %  n U-II. Th. OtpeUi f botni lanes at UM north orlt) ..I pi Ifrum ami ram .. The contracting is oeiil). done Messrs. Clarke and Tucket. N ACCIDENT (M'Cl'RKLD AT4 Philip at about DAS a.m. on Sunday between the motor ON ftfcVTOf, ownea and driven by Cedric W. Maynard of Frenches, St. George, and a motor cycle owned and ridden by George .Lucas of Duncans, St. Philip. Lucas wa s injured over his eye and on hi-left hand and loot. Tne > THEIR Honours Mr II. A Vaughn and Mr. GL. Taylor, Judges of the Assistant Court of s Appeal yesterday varied the decision of His Worship Mr S. 11. Nurse. Magistrate of Disiri.t K who dismissed on |t| merit'. .. cm brought bj t'na Eagle again* i Etheline Payne of Boscobel. Peter in which she was charge 1 with blackguarding near Boscobel Road, a highway on April I They dismissed the caw without prejudice. Etheline Pay Angle Venezuela Trade Body Mei. I:.mis Jim Otbtfl 111 the liriiish w. t Ind ot ml legated In the follOWlni notice which appeared in the Itoard of trade Journal on March ttth 1M0 ~ Sponsored by HiH Bmbaaay. l>> th* Federation ot Itntish Industries, nnd b] the Shell ea, the Angto-Vi i crank, starter, foot rest and head JJISi""",, f^' IHLS'^Jl Tm T '" '' A lamn of Uie cvcie and tne naM d fe cr 5 ld on A P f 18 %  bo,,l 8 SpauUh as the Associate.. SSS ZaUmSS Z hl?d £ I ,n *£ C d t n K~ Venezolano-Br.ta,, Rouse work in her home when ,. lf( , foundcl In Caracas in Una Eagle, while passing her j„ mil( ,, nns .. i home, began to abuse her. After languishing since UM One witness—Edith Springer — first world war, British trade wltt aid she heard and was present Venezuela and whilst Either Give Money Or Repair Roads Sl. Jonon/i Vestry Tells Government Order Hans tin Ik Export Of Fancy Motasaes In an Order mode l| %  : %  nrtcUon i I 19 tlM-U), and publudi' ia>"s 'Ofricial (.-/e1Te" the export of fancy molasses in i tohitmed The Order is %  klowi 0 i BIM "f UM pi 'iri'vi upon tin' limiimir by secad IntporU UOB) Act. I39. I. Alfred ..'jnglev S-i.ii. 4 UM Moat DIsUiicutsrHM st atkhntJ Had St Q 'Minor and Comman.i'1-ni-rhief in and | Island of Barbados and it* Dtp % % %  dflfWlM, %  K. the (•! %  lowing Oltb i i Tin* Ordei maj I the Expert.in.I Import Molasses) (RaSBtrteUon) OrtHl 1950. and shall be decnie., t,. |I.I\, Usg IStfa %  Jurat, 1950. 3 in thi.s Ordir %  mean hltC) IT m tfc lined in aacUon 2 ol td BajrfaadKfei Pane) %  .ti.en tnd abtpon A %  :i NiituHh-.tiind.il,; ttw DtOadi und-M 1 ol the A.t ,,i .,r art] %  |.ei ...i, -h.,il h, Island fancy molasses in hulk l*rovldrd thai the provision* nf Ihe .n.iii shall not apph lu ihe exportation of fsnr. aMsH Ng ihipped in punt In .mor "niiilii' barrels. r with the appro.*l of the t.overnor in Ixi. ulne IMmmiltre in ant other kind -i container. Mat), bj UM Govetnoi toll lltk of lune. ol %  hundred and ilffc By HiEaccJlency'i foi PI mil A.ting Colonial Seen ti Exeeflenc> tinOovt i i BaMniUvt Committee i rowta potaud %  Comn 11 lamp of the car were damaged. T HE LOSS OE A • -rheme for a prodb | v atomy u mak ,. lh( iim( nd ."uela ported by Julian Murray of the Pme Housing Scheme. He slated whe t lt occurred. She said man> that they were removed from nil !" !" rk s were dropped between country MUeace between Ma, 29 and Ea'*'d PW 1 *?( A " th< tTOS1 of iMlroleum and petrole. t. mi examination Their Honours ucts. the prosperity of V thought that her evidence wad very ll the source of increasing upendA PART OE THE ROOF of a contradictorv iiig power and of a growing deDeiilh |) Nol UemaMel house and shop belonging to n-und for a diversity of g.-Kl The NfsjaaUd Bill will have %  Alfred Liconsh, which is situated Bejrtin to P:i> Heed iLs object to ensure that all dogs at Wilson Hill. St. John WtW c J>---?J W J 9 '" %  upp-...ng th< *ome Britare licensed Police would Inon destroyed by lire at about 8.00 -OVf/vlC* ish industries such as the woollen the look out for dogl Wllhoul *jn on Sunday mrnTeW linen ann rndterv nMnufactufen badges. Any dog which ehaneed Both house and shop are inf*V* 7Va.f7af.frV ' l '""' !l ?Jl*? ,> ll Pb y. tn !" ****** aured. They were not occupied MjeUWS M OlUMfV ' the p-st-,.., yean many be kUled four days after U no at the lime of the incident. V jftfi S2 b V*"" I T'' one claimed it The owner of any The -.s "ByfJord" (1,109 tons ,,,ls important market. uch dog might be liable to be T IE MOBU.K CINEMA will netj made a call here on Sunday Thus it is that British importer' lined a sum not exceeding 15 give a Show at River Plantamorning for a load of 2.200 baircls W** •'<' hr.m. h .n..„ ,-. i i ne Vf -., tv ,|,.,|, lr( | that it was tlon yar.1. St Andrew, tonight for of molasses for New York. This s'dmg in Coracan, Maracalbo am. futile u. make -n> further pro The Si Joseph Vestry yovttrdty critlcuad tin Oovernment'i :;is (o tinpariah to reptir their roedi Mi Snntli u>i( count, teata to Ihe tiovernmenl aaains. loading to-day when it will leave must be added their numarou their Intention lo lend BMOn>] rnm port directly for New York. compatriots in the oil companies the Labour Welfare EtMMl %  <> UM The "ByfJord" arrived here from have united with Vein /.uelan labourers In.tead ol |tTUI| H % %  Trinidad and brought a few packbusinessmen concerned with havthem Members said thai thl ages of cargo. mg non-British subjects as full action wa* not fair to the people Sailing out yesterday with a full members, the association Is someas the mone> waa remits the r load of molasses for Newfoundwhat different from the usual run own The> lud alwan spoken land was the motor vessel of Br|tl6h Ch.intbers f Coinacainst thr prinripl,hut were "Student Prince II". This vessel merce overseas, and it is partly convinced then that Covernment spent 10 days here undergoing with the object ol explaining this WAS resolieri and ihrv rould do THE New Orleans Community Choir won llrst prire at the choir cornpt Utlon held In *!*>• Pen last night. Second place was taken by the Orann nui Choir, st Jann m and Hellepluine Choir was third Seven choirs competed and the judge was Father Hopkins. There were to have been three Judges but Capt. cpair* and taking it cargo and pre. other differences that the r i % %  Aiitten 'Colombie 9 Comes In October iiolliini. more .(...,.i it The Vestry came li ttadaton amen theji were %  ring I reply from the Colonial Secretary tellm Open To All Kirius Whilst the association will have Its seat in Caracas, the capital, that Government iemberslnp will Uopen to linns c hanfe thi-ir plans wilh i I ..-id of the fund over the country, nnd It The s.s "Colemble". 10.000-ton hoped that one day there will lluxury liner of the French Line, groups meeting in Maraeaibo. .. will make her maiden voyage to Valencia and other dUee. RlW Haison and Mr. Gerald Barbados from Lc Havre and outside Venezuela will be ehmbl. thai Acting il not %  rd to enclosure as the) eituld ill afford %  1 thin III,-. .!. -U..I |rt a barbed wire en. hiMiii Mm unlil lhe> were ahli|> bukh! a wall eneloaure ng the need of i. pans to the pariah roads and MpaclaUj Cocoanut Grove Rued and the Spa Road. Ml Williams said that tin Parish roads wensuffering badlv front lick of repairs and red II the Qtmnunani knew that, lu prevtoua years that parish used to receive more monei than the %  UrfOUndlruj parishes to npair then ....m baceUM Of the quality of the soil u i Duirrlct, ind baeeuia of the occaiMnal land slides Give Money Or Do 11 Ml Smith said that fe.v.in lid cither decide to give .mi li. I> II tin I.Ol' %  iiv could get the rood %  .ike them over. Mr Williams pointed out that II l.iivrrumriil look over Ihe loads Ihe people of the parish ulio Mrrr airuslonn-d lo repair Ihe roads u mild he put out ol \inrk as men mm III he hroushl 11inn other partH of the island M| Smith Hid that lUCl The people of tie %  given tin Th> temborahlp ot the Com,ttee> |a— SH J,,h,, S ilnt K' i %  M Q • > It K. Chairman llonourahla .1 I) Chan.(lei. M L C Q ii Adam .boulra M C i 1 'IMoneka Returns HARRISONS H *-* ••.MiaM<:v M:\VI.\I; MACHINES-IIANI) AND TREADLE MODELS OpenM. They run I .mil makp a iicli on :ill mltrllal from Ihe %  Ilk lo the heavien drill. Ill Y A II \M llllllll FOR CASH Sl!.l.-, mi \IIII noun • IN DROP HEAD STAND WITH ;i DRAWERS AS ILLUSTRATED MOTS OUR LOW CASH PRICI •mi .SI 11.00 %  aT (111 III! TKKMS AKKAN(iKI) Dhl nh I,. ul. HARRISONS SS DIAL 2364 w i ,,ii. i ii.ii. he II the proceed Hudson were unable to attend Southampt The competiuon between the Wl |] arr v first three choirs waa very keen r^tr-hpr trij and Father Hopkins said that he w „. .„,i,^ had great ditllcullj in ehoosmg the ->(,„"' .., %  „•, first, second and third. Mr. John Iteeklen, M.lt.E wn.< Chairman and before the compe* Utlon started he referred to the fact that Captain Haison had been S anted the O.B.B, In tinKing's rthday honours. At the end of the competition Mr. Freddie Miller M.C.P thanked Father Hopkins and Mi. Heckles and all those who attended. now The New Orleans. Choir in their oral %  pptaranca bun night sang •Turn Thv Face From Mv Sins" and in their second "Press On" The (trance Hill Choir sung "Hark the Notes of Angels" and "Guardian Angels." The Belleplnine Chs-ir rendered "Pralaa ihe Lord o Jerusalem" and "Bevonit Ihe Sunset Ti ... 12th October, and to become associate at Barbados, 25lh and it is the hope ol ihe Spain, and the French lion that many of tttel and a^ociatea In Britain ill then lake advantage of this. i Trinidad and La The Ml con turning to Barbados mil tee of 15 members, roughly three days later on her east-bound half of whom are British. The trip. president for the first real On her *econd voyage, the benor Xavier Lopg Bello. who s "Colomble" will proceed from the representative in Venezuela Barbados to Trinidad. Venezuela, of the Nuffleld organization, and Colombia and Kingston. Jamaica has from the start been an entlmFrom Kingston, she will go to La Mastic promoter of the scheme. Gualra and Trinidad and then -rh^ honorarv Mcretanr la; Mr E. Henry. Erliti.Jo Ambt V l.ffM Loan The Vaatry win ask for %  ti.nnn W, K .. _. loan to coeai expana rever 1 In Go .,11-iv.d at no parish's new burial groun %  '" "hat steps should latrine for the parish Church be taken about the road Befori will UM loan would be repai.i i".:. :" %  "! wt ''> '•"' '" nor and at 4 per cent per annum %  ~ amendment for the !>>g When the proposal for a loan ' Hi Wlliams rnov.d that the araae. Mr Ha\n-, said lh.< th. ' %  ehangwl so as to parish waa not tn a aeJMeedi How poUce to be able to 1 P %  Irong flnanelal position In IT J In, thoUt badges on place"Mnneka" berthed In ihe Can PI %  %  i lerdai 11" el had it completed from si ViiK.-ni Miinrka' leave port on rTadneadaj merchandlM loetM t hen 1 li' of St l.ueia. Uciniint. ugua Montearrel ind Nevla This vesM-l is now cngageil i H % %  i li.. M >ith Arului "Lo*/j Nelson" Calls To-morrotr ltd. Nairn" will ami hare from UM north on Wi i Oai llm A wtin & Co. Li i Informad the M Aerraeait The "Nrlsoi I port ihe same %  'I (iuiana via St Vim mi. • I'I iiinl.nl Lvi bei nighi foi back lo Barbados. This will be j regular service every month IMPORTS YESTERDAY Nourse Liner s.s. "Orna" brought foodstuff to Barbados The Belleplalne Choir was Ihe from Capetown and Colombo yesinners of lasl year's competition, n-rdav. PUT ON BOND Mundos 6 piso (th Boor) Principal a Conde, Caracas No Premises Yet For the time being the DM tion will have no premise its own. nor has It a pi turv, and consequently it Wll not perform all the function gerfrra/. associated with British chambers But the pn-sidenl. secretary and members ot ihe committee EI-SIE 1'HH.I.IHS of Reed Street cht. and was yesterday placed on a bond Co Ji m !" ; for six months in the sum of £3. when she appeared before III This Included canned nrnnuts ana n,pmlM rs " !" (ommmee plain p.iehards d lee^hfSS ** tor*d to p,avin part bj SrMd fVsh from Capetown and 281 Promotm.: At.c o-\ < ,-./,:. The "Orna" also brought upphes of leather, custard powder, f ., r jelly powders, vanilla essence and Ior jam samples from these ports. It -ela. and In "ill IKglad lo exchange of tea from W "• '''"" S "" K f ***** eommi'n Interesi by the holdint i rettm exchanne view. b) UBl British hii'ii.' Diinding Frederick Petarklns with a knile on June 10. PetorUns said that he was sitting on n bench in a shop in Reed Street, when Phillips came and called him. As he was approaching hei phe stabbed him twice and gave him a third in his back as he turned awav left Bridgetown yesterday evening for Trinidad. WATERED MILK 30JA FINE of 3U in 7 days or one montb*l hard labour was yesterday Imposed by Magi-' Walwyn on A Johnson of St. atetthu milk on Novemuer 18 One KUled In Jap Floods TOKYO. Floods caused by torrential %  .an causing havoc in easlen. and central Japan. One person waj killed and another reported missing in a flood near Suwa Lake in Nafana. Central Japan In Tokyo more than BOO houses were flooded and streets and offices had to be evacuated i i ploi of journals with similar organizatlon* elsewhere and with trade lOrganiza lions and ihambcra n the United Kingdom. The association hi I .T.d both discussion and COTTCSpondenco may be in either English or Spanish! No one havet csRed for an In ter p reter Corn s|.nndener m.n !,< %  .rmed to tne hoooran MI < : %  the address given above, but sine.* this officer i* elected yearly, trie K laxon's mnilhr: .mdress is to thai .-.ll !%  I'.I %  Hoard of Trade Juarn.il — I c <• ABUSE: /5/Throngh Town The overflowing waters of the tforrinU'rit t>firtuli>v vcrs Tonryu. Sal and Mattoba 'If^grrn * / urtlilVH i th* Suwa district flooded roads FOR using indecent language to and washed away three hndg-s a constable while on duty, on June nnd three houses More than 7U0 10. His Worship Mr. H A Talma houses in all were flooded In the THE Barbados Reitlment which yesterday ordered Harold Atwell region of the rivers. Is now in camp at Garrison Headof Black Rock to pay 15'in 14 The breaching of the Tenryu quarters will march through the days or in default undergo one River embankment caused sustown today accompanied by thi months hard labour pension of local rail traffic, the Police Band and a mounted escort Kyodo News Agency reported They will march along Bay —Renter Street, the Chamber!;.. | ___ ar *d down Broad Street Prtooeaa | Field. WOWE\ r. I)Rl\k They will return by the same route HAYES Traffic along Broad Street beA motion -deploring the far: tween Prince vYlHlgn that although woman taught man St reel and High Stree e will he to eat. he took to drinking by diverted for abem five miDUtM himself." was carried by 29 votes to allow the I'aibado, R to eight at a mock parliament at to march down GrHaye. Middlesex county —IND Princess AIM! What's on Today Verlinr of House of Assembly at 3.00 P m Football at Kensinfton st 5 00 pm Mobile Cinema al River Plant i lion Vard. St Andrew at 7 30 p m. CLARKE'5 -MiOOa MIXTUM Cleanse the system (roir. blocl Impurities ; rrnny tufTereri fro^r rheumatic aches and pa ns. lumbago. neuritis, pimples, boil*-, torej >"d minor skin ailments, can aenve g'eat benefit from this well-kncwn medicine LIQUID TABLE r tons 0th" I than the public pUl I Ml Williams said lhat as the Bll | uiiltcensed dog I i and it warn a rota a Held 1 'QOt public, the po li i i ou l not no any (Urthei In ID ll to capture It Mi Williams' motion ww odad EQUIP YOUR OFFICE WITH THE FOLLOWING Ml III SK MM.II < I l-IIOAIIII* WASH: PAPBU %  AOMBTS IIIIIJI IHA.S I IHIVWIII llll\i. I HUM is FOOLSCAP & LETTER SIZE %  AIIII.IM: III:SKVA. s. mm & SONS .B-DOS, LTD. DISTRIBUTORS PHONE 4675 %  WaWeVaVarVsWaPaS NOW FRESH 1*1 lll\A I'H.I tl\ I IIOU get your supply from H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-A.enU. Swim Suits for little Folk All wool and wool laslex Sizes for different ages. Lovely coloured patterns. $3" $475 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. SIRttI a %  %  •--.-.-.•.'.•.-.-.-.•.'.v. a _0_S_al_S_ %  %  a %  a %  %  IN CASE YOURS A KITCHEN GARDEN UK RAVI Tin ioi.in.wv. SEEDS %  p % I AIIIIAf,! %  %  KXM.II IS IHIII. SMMIIS fASSSS,',*.'.'. V w-'-v,*,';','-'-v-*-'---*-*,'-'.o'-'-'' VALOR STOVE All II Ml. Mil. I. IV IA2 III It \ I II COVBTES1 Whilepark (IIOIIKII I' IIIO>l (.AITAGE ri. Dial 4391



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TUESDAY. JUNE 13. IS0 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS t I \HM IM1. I lie nfi^rrtri-l beg IO COn.ey ..nd friend. Who Of WLL1AM ML aci.i oarde. "!• i %  ymix" MM o*rtl %  pmM thri R.e. IN MEMORIAM MA Kir Fi.lST AU*M' on June I Th bU. MIH HIM ^ %  ART\IENT-OB rurrt.hl ap 'I-' CorU land*, on Be... wild SJ %  Miiad For furthrr | '•> Dial AIM ALMA 1 ASIIIXY COTTAGI AND FLAT inl f niiUhad r tor nit wxwihvr-Bvxuitl.il Varan W H-nmi mam R.>ad— BM pTawi 'healed, to M (ha Bva tuth romr.-Ha.lnc Coom. Frigid.ire. Tncphon* IMS 1 %  M —T.r.M. cmn > %  s.„ Nlc holla Rf %  Co H.. I.. %  at l'n. Bh %  •nd bath AppK .. . Aon r Bedroonu and wary modern .il Bl ,e Water. T-rreceror lo ir ipn" plea*c phone S7TB 1IM.—€f>. %  • hard. U.r .rock •avare thought thai druth W nawt OIUKKT On Baa Fully furnidierl Only thra* WAS Hav Street H Th* *>n I>1 p-Miilg wlUs -m* aivd dining nwu. la. WH •! % %  ha >-#-."<.• MM) room. kit. fin Wad Asughlcrs %  i l.'llrt. bath and other cominir"< t< %  %  HrrUV A-t.inDM i VILLA al St U-iri.f Gap Ni I Clua Ao-nHell rVABM I' %  .-ii.iru d>u and d nU > igrand* 1 Brrol J" • nt •. tine* bedrooms, kit. ii.-< • %  1.1 *. SO In i ia ;,i .„.! bath Apply D'APCY [ *• lived AM %  ** *b* > %  Noi SWart 1-' /id i-. I float. AM* %  ivtour u. adora. | .17 >< --ROOSEVELT" MaJCWMl Coa.l (ri (c.r linan and H | %  j . > %  .;; %  nieiy kitch .ail I'mm 1-t Jut) A 11(1 1> K ft NlaholU Co V. icphonr 5ft. 1*1-1 Roebuck Strcwt HM—dn to IJBT Fu.lv lurnuhaa BBS beiKi-ni II11..M A..*..-I NPVBMIM i-i.imc Kirbv 3MB I OH SALE IM III M MIIS AUTOfctOTlVt •A*t OM IH dawn u I, 0.4 A.-. % %  1I tirWir mr. i Al On. ipp* r 0 Hi .uvwnmanl Kill C*H On. n arnrr II %  .. 1 will -Il on !!..., III. i*.. II..-.(rd Hoarded Snewta l-AMD I painted t WEDNESDAY 14(h at rni.ab.ir>', a Doubl* and shinakd HOUSE t. IOIIOII. shad 10" ridoaad yard with Irmi HI ba rantad S3 M pat •atet. flood !>-• .crvlc* %  H ,. ..i ii o~ MOTOR CYCLE—Pranri. liarnal'. I 1 t p uoiki beautifully Only two AM Mick ulr Apply laaiw-i >eton-onMa. Worthinr. T-i OM 13 S SO—In. AM ,, ... i t: :\-niAN-r i I Company I will •*" on FH10AY •1 lha COl'KTCSY GARAC.: MM;: l I-.UIX. THE ruuuwiia IWJT V.I FORD TRUCK IBM v POAU3 pot'l'-IMi i All .'I d..i..agrd bv fir* TKRMS CASH K ARCKKM M.KKKFIL. AitMbR I IM-1 • ' %  S*—* 1 OFFICIAL NOTICE •ARTADOS IN THE APS1-' i>F APPFAI M. J..ii %  HM<~R MANIA i.WJLM: Plaint IF OARFntLD SAVORY Dafmd-.n\MMIH IN pu. ORII aba** arnan made uii
aakl oo..lohn In thti laland oonUn %  > U:. j %  ta of U trwa and on aalha r-^al waNa faat wida or howavar aUa th.Mnw u>a> bull jii.d bound tn tonne lalorma A account ..r than aald ;lalma with thaw wltnrwa*. dnrui>witrl \nirhaaa. to ba aaamir.nl b> pjM wi any Tuesday, or FViday i>ctrc. iha heuaa of II inooni and 3 orkark In ihr afternoon. •( thw Of., al it.. Ctart >< th* Aaai-tenl Court "I Apaa.'l I I lluuw B.il,rt..wn bafan 'i. BaTd d.v n f Au*i%t IBM. | n ordaihat wah cUtma *say be r*BB> ii* I.I iha nature and pru.i i Hb Bat eeperivel olharwlar uih pnui v ill be precluded from the benerlt a) the old Decree, and be deprlted of all ilalme on or agabvK (he aid propeii> ClnlmantB un alao noliflr.l %  "met attend the said Court on VldAj • 'ay the Bird day of Au(,i.i inn ..' 'I ii'rhH-h am when then > %  nl an Order of (ha AaBWa Appeal dated Ihe MR day of June I 1 f.ere u ill be ait up lor MM i.. f.Bhe.1 bidder at Ihe ORWe ol Ihe Cl o( the Auiiunl Court irf Appeal at I'ourt lluuae. Rridcatot". l-i-.rn loura o( II moon, and 1 oclo,k i,. %  Atertnon on fYldjay. Ihe nth da> Aiirurt IBM. all that BBrtaka PABM MISCELLANEOUS "i"l Full Bloerd -,. TtBUAaA he IJUY Wnta laX H tM 1. 1,. B>>T H1UXA • a* 4 P m BICYCLE lit Mil -l ; \ ith Latd> l PMBae rvdale* R.o Chauffeur (or Ollbert Ciatei %  .ute Milto" S 1 |A 2, NOTICE Mr TEH Mil OtlrAUl AucUBajBBf Krai l.lalr Aiirni br*. M aUff| All i . i i i iibliv thai i.i. AI'iTION MART in.. located at net>hrrd sHr^|rto>n oppuetle AtRMJ baughl frorr *aw r —Id AH >. Remember %  -'a.... N • ..MFTITII Auctioneer DMI TRI HRBJUI is. .i-i I. te IBr I'rrdlter* haMini MMAMAI I" %  .' HIM mi ru-uii>. N O CLARKE OBrRM. IJ 0 to In ..l John %  .I..1-ll'lM CM thi %  .1 BBBMhAkaJ urtr on land! Ida I RAM th* MBNA MaV rre UttBaA %  %  ... a ,. %  *i bound, -nd il not then aold th* id prupeio I* al up In aal* on ary %  urceedliid Fnda> lie(ween the niv. hour* unlll th* urn* la Bold lor uim not laea thaa. *d a> Bd Datr-I tM. "th da. ol June. IBM I V c;ll M v OFFICIAL NOTICE OFFICIAL ARBADOS The Black Widows are killers IJVar of the worlds raoBt r le-.ral Bpidert—the Black Widow of North AmencB— haw arrived at the Zoo and -re anw beinc Craven Hill. ThsapkaBrB are eight-legAed. with round, ihiny black %  Mornenabout tho aire of ripe %  loss. In their jaws are fiwAi whoaw venom can cause death w.lhla a few hourt. BacBBue they are attireuive and cannibal)'...-. the Black WldoWB are houaed La four vparate apacully -built tlasa BontairaRA. AU are feeding on livmc bluebottles, which they catch with iur Drifting speed and taroeitv. All aV* now building webs, and ••>• hsst urpi %  ed oITlciali by laying a lane cream-coloured egg sac, which la thought to conUsa afbout 100 baby splrtrr< Theae should hatch in a few weeks' time. Ta* Black Widows are the fir.! seen In the Gardens since before tto war. Leaf— Eap'fii Iirnr* HARBOUR LOG In Carliale Bay SMS <.... St \ B S Bylinrd, I.IBB bin. I laraldacn. from Trinidad Vhoonrr Errean.irl C llnrrtoii %  n. ne*. Capi P-n ri MI i '%  BBa %  hoenn atartnn B> I Cap" Even, for Brit." I baanar fbrtauevri M ton. n.v Capl r AM st %  t houiier Gardenia W M %  .i t Walla.*, far SI Vincent i V Blue Star 1 MM Tobaex S FTBBB Pag* 4 \>\l it I w..uld not pay t50 a week for this even if I ame Peler Pan. found ni> 'mil' m a postscript the card Ch.rU had siven mo. said "Guests not wishing *.u fottow. ihi Khedule will be lucstcd to go elsewhere." Aft.'i DA) AA Ca pa 'nun C'liu, %  l ..I BfaJoyAjd myself. found Ihe forbidden at BUI DroBru'i .1 drink Mr Smith got M .iftcr (iiilinkinii tM NOTICE %  H i A*q ri'ri.l C lamina rtal*. ruin or intarei r inctimbrni— affritum All I pir.r .,r paicel ul land> Road in th* parlih of nd l-land a I <> i eta id eoni*.. rssda urea ;;:r" %  hail BseaJM l late of a OraSM my AM AjSMk Wtr > land* of r. E r tinpublic road *v*r *IM the >ame m. U< brine beloie i.e | MUM xth then wi •saSBtaM h mr" .In' anv"Tui-da! PVAjtaa bri-rr, AM kwur, ... If .MM and 1 n clock In the afternoon, at tl ORw-e ol the Clerk ol the A.iuunt Court Of Appeal at thr c..„ii HOISM, ttjidae wn. before the Hid day <>l A.uiu( IBM. iranked Ijatai Ah. !" Puritan. ]1! i. I. kkT Bt VUK-e, In Touck With Barbadog C mist Station lh the a m awMg -ilpUl %  <. then I .! Elation — i i %  • < %  • OtheUa, .\ HUM %  > %  BtaiU Lykr. l.i, Neiv,.,, iK^em I ad> Hodnet Prealdrnt Hiaiiil I I RMMM M..n H biKgc^l ""' df*w IB raart, t plugunl by autograph j hunters. Children ask the baby I'olar bear's keeper to art Brumaa to'make a paw mark on their autograph books — (C.IM ELECT INDIAN BISHOP CALCUTTA For the first time DA hit.>iof ihe Anglican .'lumli an Indian has been elected Bishop of Calcutta iiiui metropolitan 01 LwllA LIurniB and Ccylt n He thA RI Rev. A.uroblnilo Muknerjl, lli.ltop of Delhi tor £3 The owner Is u clikkcn tatTAAi .mil will use tM hearse for P htn-hous.(C P.) Seawell Of I.I, Fordr. Clllford fHIHlSl. "ids' Oordon flmenl.ig* i.iann. Ulahop Kentln Ann* ... >. %  ..(. J,.... u.i Il.i I. II (lovell Ald-i r.l isa AVJghUI Ctn... DobUa. v. Kenri* jraa. Carina Jeaa, in Roatant. Dalne It n \.S II,, I \ I..-,.. % %  rFJITt. R*Y> IWII M UJl I .il'ABKA CaVWaSa Frremati. r..i I Pleematl P...lao Nrfaan 1-tSR GRENADA Arthur Huaklnann. Edna Carbide Tipping*. Hugh (y-ifik Han.e. M..ri.'t Sum Stanlrt Y. ith^i, %  •rj'AHTt'HJER llv II W I A I. 1. TRINIDAD I -..lltet. l.-d. Wi. .vi.m. LBWIS Albln. Phu.iRafeMI N..fi-n 1*.%^.. Jeflie, Klrv.n. Paid K ns Conrad CM*. George Mill* Vtra Smith (leolrrrv sr Bmiih Boloman Yulr. VBrthM c | • irifleW M.I-1 !!. %  M. I .. | i... M> Iran KrauvHh Hinvrl-Sniith. t.rorflr llea AngS*. PW TltomaKm. h. OSfBj Knell, Mark I HargMel '..p........ They'll Toughen ^ on— For £50 A week if. I......l!.v. Hf lo-ik me to PJMBS M KeinAruk. After my narrow ABV*M from the perils of exercise tM ACMT smell in the hospi! i positive I > Invigoratiiu; %  Mr Kendnck '. nk. .. fi does not Kendrlck • to enlist In ihe Canailinn Army in WatrU w II Ing mystery novelist take on thi. farm*" I asked Hi he Aatd, %  i such a wonderlul place novels in d .i There's ju*t one • have any spare And. light) %  *hat in mv oplnl i i l.i-.unl ol Scol SHIPPING NOTICES ht LTD tM 1 \ I MM nil ni a a %  •cmr Adelaide May abAR IJ JWM Itth. BrlU.ai. at Tnnldad about J. RS "PORT WEJ.1INGTOS l.il Aiuturi. BrMbam. rail. Mrlbo.una nUd July. Sidney mid Auguat MrMngj Ttimda-I %  bout Sth S*ptrmb*r I !Yi*e* veaaala liava ample ipaca hard liuirii and ,. ..ling with tranahlpmrnl at Tnnlda.1 Itritiat. G.ila,ia. Barbado. Wi.-. leeward Ulanda iTiiNgm. wmiv co ITI>. Aganui. Trinidad DA CUBTTA A CO I TD Agent., riatbed." ICirU, alaht Watn i.i..ISM The M V •apt canja and Past MBa Hi Igth Juti. The M V 'lawrawdwill ar l.,i.ia. AC Vincei MM \im Mcoa, SisamAhip Co r" 8 ^ ^>tc NEW ,.| I i ,s N.O. Jill May II June fOBK s'Mthl I I I'll-. i si, "• %  I at Ship OJ MA It'BIT AN s '. AM 0A Till AHI^ . ALCO A im.iii" %  s I.i, SI, IS ALCOA PENNANT U I uA PURITAN %  A STEAMXRThree veaacli i I'MH" A*avapa fMrlAl JMM nil. June Itlh Ml ;n, biv. Iimlle.1 paaaengai and Bl l—.cnee U, % ri lauiini. Ili.-er PASSAGES TO IRELAND AnUlles ProduelB Ltd Hoaeau, Doniiim a. ullei iMssa-es lo ft* 1 *, u "" r Mv "nUAl^". next sailing fro.i. H.,.. i; i iboul ZOlh June, anil Ihrreiifler alx.ut every tliirlv-lhice dayt Single tan, 170. usunl redibtionfor children Apply dtrc. t Hooks on PHOTOOEAPHV V.m SIHIIIM lime : -i.v ..,, I'hoti.Ki.iiifi... lJe\. I-[.ing l^wtographic fOeArril* %  let I Negiilivi Alt.-iwt.rl Neg.ilive COpyinC, Tracing Trouble, Ijuyllghl (Ddoon. the BOCO I I ,MI..I Ottatl BOOKS KOHKKTS & (() ||i„| :i:ui| ,v//^v/////^//^/////^/ //AV v w/AW/# / V--*.'.* BRITISH GUIANA AIRWAYS WEEKLY Slllt II is ST. VINCENT AND DOMINICA FOR FULL INFORMATION CONTACT AGENTS BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS Lowai Broad Sl Bridgetown Phonp 45B5 you. car, new ;<--N A CROONING ACHIEVEMENT BY DRINKING THE NEW CROWN GINGER AEE


Tuesday,
June
195 0.



Trinidad Legislature |

Passes Currency Bill
Uniform System For East W.1. |

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) |
PORT-OF-SPAIN, June 12. |
RINIDAD Legislature this morning passed a bill imple- |
menting an agreement provided for uniform currency |
in the eastern part of the British Caribbean territory. Only |
one member abstained from voting.
The main provisional bill established, was the system of
notes and coins for Barbados, British Guiana, the Leeward
and Windward Islands, Trinidad and Tobago.

The unit is that the West Indian
dollar will be equal to 4/2 sterling

“OUR BATSMEN LET US DOWN”



D | t 1 in London. It was also recom-
e ega es mended that Trinidad shall be
the sole authorities to issue and
Draft Sober redeem currency notes in the W.I.
territories on the signing of the

agreement

Answer

TO GOVT. MEMO

(From Our Own Corresponde:



Civilians
Replace
Military

On Austria High Commission
LONDON, June 12.

LONDON, Ji

The West Indjes sugar delega-

tion met at the West India Com-

mittee to-day to put the finishing

touches to their reply to the Gov-
ernment memorandum

They were to meet the British



ee



Government on Wednesday, but Britain = to replace her Mili-
now the meeting has been post- | ‘9 High Commission in Austria
poned until Thursday with a civilian authority by

Mr. Gomes, leader of the dele- | 4Â¥SUSt 1, it was officially an-

gation, told me to-day:

‘I'm very satisfied with the
reply. The Government memor-
andum was exasperating, but we
kept our heads and drafted a
sober, well-reasoned answer.”’

Mr. Gammans, M.P., will ask
the Minister of Food in the House
of Commons on Wednesday if he
will make a further statement on
his negotiations with the sugar
delegation.

nounced to-night. Similar deci-
sions expected to be announced
at the same time from Paris and
Washington are part of a move
by the three Western Allies to
cut occupation costs in Austria in

view of the deadlock in the Aus-| YPHUOTO SHOWS G, EDRICH of Lancashire caught by Marshall, }
West Indies won by an innings

trian state treaty negotiations.
Though the number of British
troops in Austria will remain un-
changed, the size of the admin-
istration connected with the High

~ runs





Commission will be

greatly re-
e e duced by permitting it to be
Czeeh Exhibits |combined with the British Lega-

| tion in Vienna.

H l e | A Foreign Office spokesman

e d Till | 1id that Britain would be in du

jcourse replying to the recent

Bill I P id | Austrian note, making detaile:

1 Ss al for a reduction of oc-
cupation costs.

TORONTO, June 12 The Foreign Office announced

Mr. R. H. Dayton, Administrator} the appointment of the present
of the Canadian Internationai| British Minister in Vienna, Sir
Trade Fair, today denied a report | Haro'd Caccia, as the new British

that officials were holding Czech-| Civilian High Commissioner, re-

proposals





repuried to have been reached b
white men for the first time still
jyeaivusiy guard “military secrets’
of

Primitive

War Secrets
IN AMAZON JUNGLE

Ww aoHiNG' LON,
Two primitive

Uw., June le

bravilian wibe

ivrgotten = Civilization. bi



oslovak exhibits until the Crechs placing the Military High Com- Kalervo Oberg of the Smithsonian
paid their bills ‘ | missioner, Major-General T. J. WJ imsu.uGex tola today of his vic
The report had ted that] Winterton. — Reuter to we Wambiguara and Terena
Czechoslovak exhibits had been | - * amphi tribes deep in the Amazon jungle.
placed “under restraint” to be held He said they are suspicious of
until the bill was paid ' Shell Company whi.e men and of neighbours who
“We would not hold anything have white contacts “Curiously
that way without a Court orde li : enough, one of their major worrie
Mr. Dayton sajd.—Reuter W orkers Strike is that their military secrets will |
KINGSTON, June 12 be revealed” Dr, Oberg said

Transport men stopped wor's When a stranger aproac hes

e for 60 minutes at the morning] their bows and arrows are hidden,”
R C Priest rush hour here today, in support] Oberg said. “Two tribes have |

° ° ‘ considerable primitive culture

of a strike called at the Shell O#l

e jinstallation yesterday for better] They believe man was created out |
ailed In | wages and conditions of blocks of wood, and hold re-|
s a re r the sympathy sere is eenterls:.. ‘aie

As a result of the sympathy] jigioug ceremonies regularly a

Imany offices opened late today
| Latest indications were that
unless the Shell strike was set-
tled tonight, there would be no
bus service tomorrow,—Reuter.

Poland

Anti-State Activities

tired principally in feather head
dresses, their bodies painted with
complicated red and black semi-
geometric designs.
they go naked.

At other times

: —— — Tifey live in a relatively un-

LONDON, June 12 ‘ explored area in dense forests

A Roman Catholic priest, Fr “Graf S ee”? bordering banks of rivers which
Jan Trochim, has been sentenced Pp : form the headwaters of the
to six years’ imprisonment by a ;



military court at Bialstok, Ea

Destroyer Dies







ern Poland, for “disseminating
propaganda against the people of LONDON, June 12
Poland”, according to a Warsaw Admiral Sir Henry Harewoud,
report received here today ero of the first major naval action
The court found th Fr, Tro-|of the Second World War — the
chim “misused his pastoral activi- | Battle of the River Plate — has
ties and delivered sermons against |died at Goring-gn-Thames
the present State in man) | Sir Henry Harewood, who was
of the Bialstok Province” 62, was in command of the cruiser
In addition to the prison sen-|sGuadron consisting of the cruis-
tence it ordered confiscation of all|/ers Achilles, Ajax and Exeter,
his property and deprived him of|which outmatched the German
civic rights for three years ‘pocket battleship Caf Spee.



—Reuter ¢ —RKeuter.



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FIELD MARSHAL JAN
Minister of South Africa, now seriously

AN SMUTS, 80, former Prime
ill with pneumonia.

‘ aceording to Hawley

Amazon,.—Can. Press

Rain Halts
Forest Fires
STILL DANGER

JOHN’S, Newfoundland,
June 12
Rain has halted the threatening
advance of two fierce forest fires
in Newfoundland during the week-
end, but the town of Grand Falls
was today preparing for another
battle in case of a change in wind
Firefighters held in check a
blaze three miles from Grand Falls



st

but danger was reported still to
exist. Rain, and a change in wind
also helped volunteers to keep
back the wall of flame less than

two miles from the port of Lewis-
point in the northeast of the
province —Reuter.

*Times’ Writer
May BeBanned

From Japan
INACCURATE REPORTS

TOKYO, June 12
Mr. Frank Hawley, correspond
ent of the London Times, said
today he had received a warning









from General MacArthur's Chief
ot Staff, Major-Generai E. Ai
tnond, that as a “security risk’
he might be expelled from Japa
for writing allegedly inaccurate

despatches about the Occupation




According to Mr Hawley
General Almond on June Id
him that no accredited 1
tative should publish a wv
likely to.interfere h i}



MacArtnur's objectiv
General MacArthur

es il

| General Almond defined a secur

| ty risk as “a man who publishe
itrue informatior at it tt
| theatre of occupation or commana!’

—Reuter



Reuter
Tribes Guard |Flays “Allied Warmongering”| Pirates Rake









wited by Valentine, who took eight
This is the same ground on» which the First Test Match was.

s Berlin Correspondent



s



Cuts Adrift From British Press

LONDON, June 12

Reuter’s received news this afternoon that its chief corres
pondent in Berlin, Mr. John Peet, staged today what appeors
to have been a premeditated annguncement of his opposi-
tion to the policies of the United States and the Western
European powers,

He also in effect announced the severance of his connections
with the British Press-which he has served during the
past four years as a Reuter correspondent in Europe.

Reuters headquarters in Lon-

=| don comments as follows: (1) Mr
Péet’s action comes as a complete

| surprise. None of his British or



SPORTS

WINDOW | American newspaper and
agency colleagues in Germany
Cartic sutaks WA Ans oti apparently had any forewarning o:
econd round inkling of the fact that he had
ckout fixture. Y.M.< K'oe any pronounced political views
ae ere round of tH) His. news messages have always
Dpecition Viule Caritor drew a :
: been accurate, impartial, and
This evening will decide which beyond reproach,
f these teams will be one of the
finalists During the war he was a Gov-
ena hate Satan at dodge in ernment employee He joined
at divis . ‘
euters in London in 1945. He

TABLE TENNIS

The second round in the

Hen

dicap Competition’ will be don- reporters in Germany for two and |
tinued to-night at the ¥Y.M.C.A a half years
with the > 4 a es
ai Na Ghee be ee (2) Mr, Peet ceases to hav:
Murray M_svs Corbir any connection with Reuters from
Harding vs. Willoughby F this moment.
Hinds vs. Phillips 7 pom
pA ‘eect. Reuters chief ropresentative in
Gfenides: ve. ddeneis Germany is going to Berlin fron
Gibb: Willoughby 7.50. p.m Frankfurt, and he will tempor
Bynoe vs. Mayers or Worrell j arily take charge of the Reuter
Herbert vs. Coward | office in Berlin. Mr. Peet's re
aritaemn: sa ye placement, Mr Bay ar Henry
Lesiie vs. Murray !of Reuters Frankfurt office, has
already taken over the new er
; vice from Berlin. }
|
is | Warmongers
Labour | Mr. Peet announced today that
| ne “could no longer serve the
a. | Anglo-American warmonget
Is Still | He made the announcement at o
| Press conference called by |
} Gerhart Eisler, head of Fast)
2° . | German (pro-Soviet) Informatior.
Going Strong Department.
| | Mr, Peet thus in effect severed
his connection with the British
DECLARES WEBB } Press which he had served a
Reuter correspondent for the past

in an offic-

} ial statement today said there
was no change in the oceupatior
policies towards correspondents

Two message omplained t
were the banning of Left
Wing demonstrations
and the desire of the police
to have firearms handed in

I

we



LONDON, June 12 tour years. Speaking in Germa
British Food Minister Maurice] he said “as a western journalist
y »day forecast that the]! have become automatically and
Government would con-| increasingly a tool for the Ameri-
t n office “well into next] can controlled war machine
ar an English patriot, demccrat (
lover of peace, I cannot conti
Webb, until recently Chair-}| along this path”
of ‘he Parliamentary Labour Mr Peet seid the “last stra
meeting at Catford,| was the lying and warmongerin;
n reports in the Western Pr« of
: the Whitsun Youth Peace demon
“Chis Government is going to] stration in Berlin.”
on much longer than a lot of “The Anglo-American occupa-
ople fear The Government] tion police in Germany are aimed
ild choose the moment for the] at making Western Germany th«
ction, not the newspapers.” jumping off ground for new
war,” ‘he added,
He said: ‘We shall decide when He assured the conference that
want another mandate, not] he jad not been influenced ir
1¢ Opposition.’
—Reuter. @ On Page 3



S. AFRICA GROUNDNUT
SCHEME COLLAPSES

After Consuming £34,000,000









news| 0M Sunday with a

has been one of Reuters team of |*



Price:
FIVE CENTS
Yeéar 55.

‘



2

m

Lancashire wickets for twenty -
concluded yesterday

| Midnight



Trawler

DONEGAL, Ireland, June 12

Police, after all-night question-
ing of fishermen inthe Culdaff
area of Northwest Ireland, said
on Monday that they expect to
make arrests “any time now” in
connection with the rifle attack on
Saturday on an English trawler off
the Donegal coast

James Richard
year-old skipper of
trawler Loch Esk
Campbeltown on the
99

H
Wayman 2-1 it
the 93-ton
arrived at
cottish coast
calibre bul-
thigh He said
boats, each
20 Irishmen had

ly



let wound his
three motor fishing
containing about

in



Wicket Was Bad But
For Both Sides

W.I. Musi Avoid Charge —

Of Poor Sportsmanship

Says Jimmy Cozier

OLD TRAFFORD, June 12
[WO THINGS lost us this match. First, our
failure on the first day to pre’s home the ad
vantage between lunch and tea, when Evans and
Bailey really won this match for England. Second,
the failure of our batsmen. :

The Evans-Bailey partnership is easily for-
given. Such things happen time and again. That
is tke luck of the gaine. But the position should
have been retrieved.

We barely scraped a measly 200 while England, bat-
ting third, could still do nearly as well as they had first

time round,
iiawever you look at it, Our batsmen let us down,
There will be a next time—three next times in fact—and

wc took to them then to redeem themselves,
the Wicket... jhoped the boys would make the

And now for the wicket. All the | PUM, it was fond hope rather than

Boch wag strongly condemn-
atory, and Goddard was quoted
by the “Daily Express” as fol-
lows:—

‘Weeket? It's not a wicket!
They ought to be ashamed of
themselves. I would like to see
the Aussies being asked to play
on it. No—it is not the worst
wicket I've played on in this
country—it is the worst I've seen
in my life.”

orming papers carried stories to- | expectation But we did expect

Z : . , 1 >| » se 5 | >

day quoting opinions expressed b ee = i ¥ ae reas "pe

Goddard, Nidnmey and Nunes on 4 See P= _ Ps id
the state of the wicket Prams

c of the wicke It may be very consoling to us

to blame the wicket, but the fact
remains that we did not make as
xood a showing «as we certainly
should have done

The West Indian Captain,
Manager, and President of the
Board of Control, will swing the
pendulum of public opinion — no
mean factor for the success of the
tour- to the other extreme.

England Scored 600

the part of the West Indians

discerning
the wicket was bad from the start
and grew
ceeding
that

sides

Situation, the uectaere Grouna
Committee appear to have instruc

ted the cr

|
CAPTAIN WOUNDED taste and to give rise to alle-

T showed it to Jonn this morn-



Already people are saying “It
ing and he agreed that the inter- cold not arte bees on ae if
view was not misreported The | England could muster 300 runs on
trend of the interviews in the | jt twice running.” This is the
other papers was very similar and, , yiew of one of the English Test
personally, I deprecate these | selectors Jack Hobbs’ view is
: . » fre ‘
Statements to the Press that the match was very enter-

They tend to have an unpleas- tuining--as it undoubtedly was—
. and this is all to the good, Sey-
gations of bad sportsmanship on ‘ pus “att

eral other sports writers share this
view and it would be bad policy
to be too bitter on the subject
and lose their support.

However, it is ended, and I for
one hope that the incident will
soon be forgotten. The England
team for the next Test match in

Bad From The Start
Mind you, it is agreed by all
sports writers that
worse with
hour. Everyone
Alec Bedser and a sound
ines Johnson would have made
not only untenable but definite-

each suc-
agrees
ed on Sunday.

Now for today’s play. Christiani

dangerous for the batsmen, buifand Stollmeyer went out this
conditions were the same for both} morning in the unusually bright
sunshine which has been almost a

As far as I can understand the} phenomenon for an Old Trafford

Test

Christiani took a four in the first
kroundsmen not to over

raked his vessel's decks with rifle crane the-lwiaiess “No cat vedi over by on driving Hollies wide
fire, At the time of the attack,] @ billiard board, but it ja doubttul|es oe joe Walle Stolmeyer. cag
about midnight on Saturday, the] whethe; it was intended to go this tented himself with receiving six
Loch Esk was fishing about four far ~{|balls from Berry without any at-
or five miles off the Donegal coast It is very doubtful, in fact for | ®™Pts at a scoring shot. Next over

“The men were definitely Irish, | sue; policy may’ well have] Christiani went It was Hollies’
and they were definitely out to | poomer inged had the coin drop- third delivery and Robert cocked
ao 1 could hear the bullets } ped the other way round it up tamely for Yardley to dis-
oe ceeare wheelhouse Dismal Ending miss him for six with the score-
sas wa their last burst that got Really it was a dismal ending board reading 136—-5—6 This

The mate Ronald Clark, took | SIX wickets were set the admit-j}was Indeed a calamity and the

over the wheel and headed for the

tedly Herculean task of amassing | press correspondents sitting near

open sea dragging the fishing nets 264 runs on a pitch which would}to me busied themselves writing,
while Chief Engineer Thomas {/8Ye been an Augean stable to | undoubtedly, obituaries on West
| Snape bound up the skipper's leg, | “" batsman Frankly, while we @ On Page 8

—(Oan, Press)



New British
Plane Tours
Europe

BELFAST, June 12
A new British amphibian air-
craft, the Sealand has returned







here after a six week 10,000 mile
demonstration flight which took
ii to France, Spain, Portugal,
Morocco, Gibraltar, the Canary
Islands avd Northern Italy
Mr J. Carlett, ales repre
ser ive who was on_ board,
forecast 0d business as a result
of the tri
“Enthu tie interest in the
Sealand shown in Spain and
Itai h aid
lhe 1 aireratt which cost
€1£23,000, « alight and take off
i 1 6O) ed space on land o1
ter
One 1 le being built , {
n Indochina by the Americar
Christian Missionary Alliance
—Keuter
(
}
Judge Delays |

5

Accused Spy’s
Transfer }
TO NEW YORK

PHILADELPHIA, June 12

Hart Gold, the Philadelphia
chemist who is accused of acting
as a link between the British atom
spy, Klaus Fuchs, and Russia








day heard a Federal judge post-}?}
LONDON, June 12 public expenditure, wus review- pone indeAni a move to trans-
The Public Accoynts Committee |ing the aceounts of the Overseas|fer him to New York for imme-
the British Parliament today|Food Corporation, which admin-| diate trial
reported that the controversidljisters the groundnuts plan, f it The 39-year-old chemist thy
East Africa groundnuf® scheme | second year of operation—-March | grim-faced throughout a 20 min-]|
I so far cost ovet £34,000,000,| 1948 to Mareh 1949 ute hearing, the only ign of
elding "0 appreciable revenue,; ‘The government-appointed cor-|emotion being a constant blinkin
that the original plan is im-} poration took over from private|of his eyes {
practicable enterprise about a year after the| Gold’s court-appointed attor-| }\
added that the report onjhtart of the project, which was ney, opposing a Government re- i
i the plan was baséd was|begun in 1946 to provide Britain|quest for the transfer, asked for]
eriously misleading The com-| with valuable new source otian opportunity to examine Gold t
mittee, an all-party watchdog of|vegetable oils —Reuter further.—Reuter.

A it la ahs ay





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(JUNE 14TH) EVENI'’G—from 7.30 to 7.4 p.m. and
take part in the Contest—“WHAT TUNE IS [T°”

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Tawny goes to the competitor whose letter sent through
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Barbados wi

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Station tomorrow evening (7.30 to 7.45)

ners Room 30:

ire asked to apply to Hull & Son
New

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PAGE TWO







Carib Calling She got

COMDR. AND MRS. NORMAN

way to the aircraft yesterday morning at seawell
route to England via Trinidad and New York

OMMANDER
man.“Poppa”

a

and Mrs. Nor-
Daysh left Bar-
bados yesterday by B.W.LA. for
Trinidad; - They were supposed to
have left om Sunday to make con-
nections at Trinidad for New
York, but B.W.1. Airways’ Sunday
afternoon flight to Trinidad, was
unavoidably detained at Barbados

The Daysh’s are on their Way
to England for a holiday but plan
to spend a few days in New York
en route.

On Long Leave

ISS MARGUERITEROS-

TANT, who wis in Barbados
about this same time last year
arrived yesterday morning from
Trinidad by B.W.1A. to spend
another holiday here. She is with
T.L.L. in Pointe-a-Pierre and
on long leave. She will be here
for about two weeks before going
to Venezuela for the remainder of
her holiday. Her sister Antoifiette

is



who came to Barbad:is with her
last year did not accompany her
to Barbados, but will be going

with her to Venezuela
She is staying at Cacrabank

More Coming !

ISS ELAINE BERNARD who
is with the Royal Bank of
Canada in San Fernando arrived
yeg@terday morning by B.W.LA
fr Trinidad to spend two weeks
at Cacrabank. Elaine used to go
to school in Barbados
She told Carib that three other
Trinidadian girls will be coming
over on Wednesday for a holiday,

They are Miss Claudia Evelyn,
Miss Helen Tait and Miss Eve
Anderson,

After Two Weeks
Se to Trinidad yes-

terday by B.W.ILA. were Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Alkins who were
here on two weeks’ holiday. Mr
Alkins is with T.L.L. in South
Trinidad. The first part of their
holiday was spent at Cacrabank
and for the last week they were
staying with Mr. Alkins’ brother,
Mr. Bert Alkins.

Intransit
T. COL and Mrs. R. A,
Erskine-Lindop were intrans
it passengers on the “Golfito”
from England on Saturday morning
for Trinidad after spending a
holiday.



this issue, and these lucky people | 2. Obiiver di 5. Nash: pte oH 1, deter
will be called upon to do some Beto: de ‘By, ar Bent! 22,,pespite Ret
guessing on Thursday. 21, Ark

BY THE WAY » cetcucomser
counter-claim against an informer, This, in fictional form, is the

-DAY being June 13, in ac-

cordance with my annual cus-
tom there will be no opening
paragraph to this column. To-
morrow will be as usual.

More of It

Mr. Gooseboote: My
friend will not, I take it, deny that
a Baronial Court of Assessors
had power to challenge Moulin
Banai and Four Banal,

learned





Mr. Snapdriver: Certainly not
But neither will my learned friend.
I take it, assume that capital mes-
suage could be tinkered with by
a reeve or seneschal or seneschal's
auditor.

Cocklecarrot; Get back to the
garterettes, gentlemen.
Mr. Gooseboote: With great

respect, m’lud, the intervention of
the firm of Snibbo Ltd, in a

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DAYSH are pictured on their

They are en

Lt. Col. Erskine-Lindop wh:
vas at one time Deputy Commis-
soner of Police, Barbados, now
iolds a similar post in Trinidad
During his brief stay in the
Jand, he paid a visit ta Gpl
R, T. Michelin, Commissioner. of
Police at headquarters, Central
tation.

Attended Dress Shows

In London
RS. I. E. BEGG, wife of
Lt.-Col. Begg, M.B.E., who
is now in Dominica with Colonial
Development Corporation, rd-
turned on Saturday by the Golfito
from England where she had
spent six weeks’ holiday

She expects to remain here for
a couple of weeks before joining
her husband in Dominica and will
be staying with Mrs, Yard at
Stepney, St. George and Mrs,
Y. Wessel at Pollards, St. Peter.

While in England Mrs. Begg
said that she visited all the big
London dress* shows and saw
some of the Paris reviews includ-
ing Christian Dior and Jacques
Fath, She also saw the Victor
Steible and Hardy Annies shows
in London and. thought .that the
fashions were more beautiful
than she had ever seen.

Lt.-Col. and Mrs. Begg cama
out to Parbados in May last year
when they spent nitte. months’
holiday at “Glenrise,” Pine Hilf.

Will Spend Several
Months

OL. C, G. SMALL, retired
Indian Army, was an arrival
on Saturday morning from Cyprus
via’ England by the “Golfito”, He
will spend several months’ holi-
day on the island and will be
staying at the Marine Hotel.
Col. Small was last in Barbados
two years ago,
Was Here In 1948
R. W. REED-LEWIS of Toron-
to who was in Barbados in
October 1948, arrived on Saturday
by T.C.A., on a short visit. He
will be here for one week stay-
ing at the Ocean View Hotel.
Guess !
HE list of holders of Lucky
Tickets for the Jeffrey’s Beer
contest is published elsewhere in

has reopened the whole question of
the ancient usages of the borough
in question. We can show that
Snibbo in the eleventh century—
that is, of course, the land on
which the factory now stands—
was held of Richard of Bellesme,
the suzerain also of the land now
oecupied by Thorogrip House.

\ Cocklecarrot: Forward to the
twelfth century without preju-
dice to the whacking great retain-
ing fees of you two gentlemen,

Grandma is After

The Gorillas

~RANDMAMA has run away,*
vouchsafed Myrtle. “Run
away?” queried Paul, “But where

>

to?’



“To the Belgian Congo to hunt
gorillas,” riposted Myrtle.

ey |

OCCASIONS

Green, &



a

|

t

8.
Ss.

le
Mrs

that not only the
Sir
Wilfred
happy they are about it.

nothing worse
storm
show,
getting away

middle

But When She
vanished—ah, there
was a mystery

By

JOHN PREBBLE

‘FIFTY books!” exclaimed Mr
a them have beguiled and made
eisure.

This dignified enthusiasm is not aroused by
but by

itest Fabian tracts to hand,
o-morrow will be published the
Agatha Christie, writer
well known among the wel
Premier, but Mr
Shawcross, Sir
Pickles have gone

So

Hartley

While Mrs, Christie looks and
dresses like a happy provincial
matron who has experienced

than the thunder-

wrecked the flower
has in fact, been
with murder.

Death's Dividends

BY
hot,
he

which
she

dagger-point and _ pistol-
poison phial and foul play,
has been decimating the
classes for 30 years, and

they have been so entertained by

the experience that they have
bought 50,000,000 copies of her
books.

she will
shadow of
1930 vintage,
my agent.”



















f

And at that rate death pays
her handsome dividends.
“But don’t ask me how much,”
say, smiling out of the
a large straw hat of
“T Jeave all that to

Her agent must have a head
or figures.
An outsider, judging sales





Jerioss

1 Mainter Whe once Diast an ulhcer

of the law? (9)

A we'come sight to many

eye but nothing to 4

sister (5)

Horsey noise caused by

1@ Upsets, (5)

As a shooter f% ts not deadiy

Confusion in the way

describes this command

Rough, obviously! (6)

The person for whom Eric trod

(8) 21. Part of a foot. (3)

22 On the look-out for a later

change, (5)

Something to mention contain-

ing what may be @ warning. (4)

2a Arom despatched ? (5)

25 A cross this ts usually a good
guide. (9)

4 sure
smal!

the gin

(3)
Sambo
(8)

Down

i He is ordered to lead,

alternative is not stated.
2. Exactly half. (3)
3 Is one always responsible for
this? (5)
Just the sort of pudding the
starter would choose, (4)
[t may be a mild 13 Across that
makes you this, (3)
Be this and deny everything, (3) |
Ordain. (5) |
Fragment that may be torn off.
(0)
The haunting presentiment of
respect. (7)
Invariably reduced by taxation. |
(6)
Coula be synonymous with 138
Across. (4)
An extra letter to a nice girl. @}
Found in all tree formations. (4)
A solemn observance, (4)

4 bu puazle.—Across:

: 6, Abide; Apse; 10, Don;
Pile: 14, Halt; 15, Sparkle:
Ear; 21, Adipons; £ Rate
Peruse Dow Carpet.

but the
(v)

lou Of vosterday’



substance of a news item I have
just read. The lady is 67, and is
on her way to hunt gorillas.
Note that she has chosen the most
difficult place, for in the Belgian
Congo the gorillas live in the
mountains, often 12,000 feet up.
To surprise them is difficult, as
they sleep’ on a_ different rock
every night. Their webbed feet
have led such authorities as
Ringbaum, Pelham, and Mont-
brizard to surmise that they once
swam about in the rivers. To
catch one this grandmother will
have to suspend a bag of saffron
from a_ pointed edge of rock
When the beast approaches to
sniff it she will pop a sack over
its head and draw the cords
tight and then drag her captive
down the mountain Unless, of
course, she has with her trained
hunters to do all this for her.



fiftieth book by
of detective

]

Norman
into print



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

aw ay with 30 Murders.

















Attlee

greeable

Many
my

the
the fact that

stories.
known is she
Anthony Eden,
Birkett, and

to say how

eee

voor

against possible royalties, may
decide that in a lean year Mrs.
Christie makes do on something
like £4,000. In a fat year there
is no telling what it might be

Her plays
reputations.

Motherly Person

this?

No telling, that is, anyone but

5 lower picture she appears with ner
sai’ Greenway House, their Devonshire home.

Five of her novels became films.
have made stage

WHAT sort of woman does all

An expansively built, motherly



before Nimreh is finally

ed

unearth-

In England they
in Chelsea, where, among “paint-
ings that can be lived with” and
gewgaws bought in local antique
shops, Mrs. Mallowan finds it
easy to become Agatha Christie
and write.

have a flat

There is also a six-bedroomed
house at Wallingford, Berks, and
a fine old G@grgian house over-
looking the D in Devon.

is made
daughter
grandson

The rest of the ramiiy
up by her married
Rosalind and her
Matthew.

All of which presents a well-
rounded picture of successful
novelist, wife, and mother

Not that it was always so; hen
literary career started with
“gloomy novels” wnich nobody

would buy.

When at the age of 20 she
wrote her
novel nobody seemed anx-
ious to buy that either.

Her seventh book, ‘The
Murder of Roger Ackroyd,”
established her.

Yet some of her most de-
voted admirers have not for-
given her for that book. It
broke the rules. Who on
earth would suspect that the
murderer would turn out
to be the kindly old doctor
who narrated the story?

She Disappeared

BUT no mystery she ever
created in fiction could com-
pare in dramatic tension
with the one she created in
fact. She disappeared.

This was in 1926, and
brought a wave of some-
times questionable publicity.
And 1926 was the year of
her first success.

One day in December her
car was found abandoned
near Newlands Corner. She
had gone. For two weeks
police crime reporters, vol-
unteers, bloodhounds, cars
and planes looked for her.

And then she turned up in
a Harrogate hydro under the

name of ‘Neele.” What a
plot! Had not she made
Poirot at one time claim

that it was perfectly
_. ble to disappear?
The public, never credulous for

possi-

the Inland Revenue. person, With white hair and a oe wanted to know whether half
poh ' © nervous voice. A woman of the country had been turned up-
Golden Gertrude simple, uncomplicated charm. A een to prove the Belgian
: a mre . Wom who says she would like â„¢sht. ,
iar, alles rere Te Ee te best to do nothing at all, “just .. Then doctors issued a bulle-
eee nr nere. © one occasion, Sit_in the sun with my feet up.” tin; Mrs. Christie had been
America. iere, on one oc , She once wanted to be a con- Suffering from amnesia,

she won a “Golden Gertrude” (a
literary Oscar) for selling 5,000,-

‘ then an ope
000 copies in one year. ; Lp a

couldn’t sing.”

singer, but

Gertrude turned out to be a She was born in Torquay
kangaroo statuette, gilt, not (When? Some 50-odd years
golden. And the English Customs ago) as Agatha Mary Clarissa

Miller, daughter of an Ameri-
can (“But I'm English”).
Christie

decided that it was “an undesir-
able import,” but finally let it in
under “the same conditions as the

cert pianist but was “too nervous,”
ay

is the name of her

The greatest mystery story ever
to come from Agatha Christie died
down

iter Fiction World

HOW high Agatha Christie
stands among the élite of detec-
tive fiction is open to debate

” asin 5 . She is no great character-
Lonsdale belt. first husband. Her second and
on present husband is Max Mallowan, _ >uilder, no original stylist.

“In 1948 Penguin Books és- Professor of Western Asiatic But in her books there is the

sued ten green-backed Chris-




Archaeology in the University of

urbanity of English middle-class

first detective ;

TUESDAY,

ren esd and

JUNE 13, 1950

Miranda—16



The strange marks lead Rupert
roumd a large tree and come to an
end just under a hollow place in the
trunk. He is just going to explore
further when a levely fair-haired

dof pops her head out of the dark-
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withour you butting in ? And what
ate you doing with my label?"
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“And ate those your footsteps?
Then who—who are you?"

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Q. Why do runners nowaday ee ee —_
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starting hole can break The
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Q Do you look towards t!
tape immediately you start? A
A.'No. Tite my eves on the! Phy ASTIC CHILDREN N RAINCOATS
track some distance ahead, prob- t
ably about 25 yards, no more
That helps to maintain the for- | i At $1.05 cock
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ssential in good sprinting \ oe eee P'S 7
Q Isn't there a temptation to \ asti » é 5
peep at opponents | } Also Plastie by the yard in plain shades
A. There is But it is vers ‘ 2 EN" iIKLETS ji
The starter orders: “Get to your marks.” ** Get set” . weight goes forward and the knee comes up, Ana wrong to do so. It can disturb CHILDREN’S ANKLETS in allt Colours
Maureen settles with (centre picture), “She's off '” your whole balance
both feet (o the start- Q Do you breathe normally i ROOLOIWAS seems SHOP.
ine block. in a sprint race?

That is a question that few

A
of us can answer. I think that
we take several snatching breaths
Many men sprinters go through
-. 100 yards on two breaths, the
to hur dle eo # 6



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SUCCESSFUL sprinting is like across the body... dashing Bamboo Tip que of hurdling from being unnatural, can easily
a hearty outburst of temper. That aight for the finishing line with t tually much mo dim ough repetition ult in a muscle being torn SMOKERY’
iol my phrase—but it is one I her eyes fixed on the track ahead ’ the men than the women Another is that it helps to slow FOR Mw en
like, Sprinting is an explosive, The arms must be carried witin i the Hnve ‘to go evel lL Sprawl chi. the flow of oe — |
violent form of sport. But, like the elbows bent to form right- p ai rhereas I ciears has been accelerated as a result} REQUISITES
nper, it can be put to best use angles--no more and rarely less : w hu cas pi ( Mi ss le nid ceant "eels fot of the tremendous effort of spriat- ; BES oT DISPENSING : ,
Ww 7 it is ere: oo The fl position on bees I oth aim to do considerable degree of musculir 'â„¢4 +
1ere is great satisfaction in startingeblpcks is governed by he : Sprint through freedom and joint mobility ie ih One te } . Ww
being able to run fast. And it is n echanical principles. he hurdle ump them His exercises act in the sa hurdler and me = sprinter must SERVICE NICK ROOM
over so quickly that the well- : Distribution of body weight over That ue See rifliant y as a ballet dancer acqu point straight ahead |
trained athlete can actually get a the leading ‘leg and arms has to hurdler like Dona kim- freedom ana range of movemen Ballet lets me down there. | SUPPI IES
feeling of tremendous exhilaration be considered in relation to the ming the top of hurdle and But that does not mean that still sprawl coming down from , a
in mediately after racing ingle at which the runner will dipping his bod ell forward as my earls sallet training helped the hurdtes because, try as 1 may a
Few runners are born cham- leave the starting-blocks when NO one has to work harder in he goes ovei ne int hurdling. Ballet dancecs’ to correct it, I tak@-off with my ware e: Ete.
pion The seemingly straight- the gun is fired. training than a hurdler, Hurdlers If you i hurdlin feet should point cut at 11 and right foot pointing toe-out, instead
forward hundred y rds race is, in The sprinter learns to keep are never born, They are made. use bamboo canes as obstac les av one ‘eloc! But the toes of the of straight aheaad.--l..E.S SSeS s
ome ways, just as involved in body weight ahead of the hips. How good they prove to be first, ra the height gradually va ee
the technical sense as is a Western She must understand the princi- depends to a great extent on the accordi tl progress ou lL
roll high jump or a hitch-kick ples of rear-leg drive and how to skill and patience of the coacn. ma
long jump snatch for the track with the There is not a hurdler who has Your coac should get you te
It is a mechanical process. The leading foot, not had at least one nasty spill, spr von ra track, or
tarter gives t order “Get lo achieve this perfection of even in training. And when onc gym tl vay between the Y Y 1 ES |
to your marks,” and the sprinter motion in a hundred yards race hits the track after rapping ninth and trides he will a N N | A i saaenpammname aes he Smuaanlk, |
is firmly settled with both feet calls for years of practice. Some hurdle it isn’t a pleasant experi- Ja ne of the bamboos 4 4 4 < ae wn
tight to the starting-blocks. One people learn quicker than others. ence. : Z | ad
knee is on the ground, as in th? But all have something to learn Ra I printing SHC Re
picture at top left of this page even the most rfatural of runners, My husband, who is my coach, spect i boo on
TAILPIECE I have an exer- groups the hurdle races with the the round hen with it raised
Up Comes That Knee cise to add to those I told you Sprints. He says: “Hurdling is by sti of three inches
THE starter gives the com- about—the trunk bending, the sprinting! Never let me hear you os , }
mand: “Get set,” and that knee back stretehing, and so on. talk about ‘jumping’ your hurd! er pmo boo ha
comes off the ground Tt seems to have little connec- Sprint them, Sprint through them Feiss - oe tt a
Now the sprinter, as in the top- tion with either sprinting or hurd- “8d between them to evn ee WiNnul
right picture, is ready for the ling, but T am sure that it does So think of the hurdler a wi 1

feel duce the
some-

his

who, while he may
s unfortunate that
hurdles in

sprinter
that it
one stuck those
way, was clever enough to devise
a way of making light of the
obstacles

my shoulders a lot of good.
There is a hanging pole at
Oxford University track, used for
training pole vaulters.
You just cant stop
climbing that pole

tarting-gun, weight well forward
on the fingers and the front leg.
In another moment she will be
on her way at top speed.
body well forward, arms working
trongly, halfway (and no more)

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“FIESTA”

MARINE HOTEL
July Ist 1950, 8.30 p.m.





From Page 1 e

opinion by “Russian money 01 N

Central Asiatic truth drugs’ ew ] n
Asylum



Mr. Peet told a colleague im-
mediately after the conference
that he had been “granted asylum’
by the East German Government
and that he would remain to work
as a journalist under Eisler.

By Theodore Keslow

NEW YORK, June.
Profits of United States business
firms in 1950 are expected ‘o be
the second highest on record



Jeantime
study of





He said he began negotiations This ‘s the foreeast made by
with Eisler directly after the informed ee een
Whitsun Rally. He would not who have made allowance for :
return to ae. Reuter’s office or some tapering off in the present hrgher profits in 1950 than last Form Trade Music by
the West side of the town.” record breaking pace of industrial year were listed as follows
Called on the telephone, Mr production in the final half of ee hata eahate eiaadt, abs A ae t {
Peet said he had nothing to add the year. tine ge a; ees gre emen
to the statement he had made, a, these etre tip ea es ee
but went on “my confession was _,,;. 7 8 Rear eae sie a Fuge & a ee: O eter - BONN, June 12
a hadiial development It took picture, total corporate profits struction; construction materials The West German Economics oy 7 x wen
iene . hie after taxes in 1950 wili add up containers; corn refining; cot- Ministry toda innounced = that} THE POLICE BAN ap ORCHE &k
one oy Ae en M Heese tiaie to between eighteen and nineteen ton goods; furniture; fur eta as a abere aendint ith | -
sett tok Lok nates acai my billion dollars. This will surpass hardware, instalment crecit, Brazil could go to the Allied High
personal friends’. When asked the 1949 showing by from five to lumber; machine tools; neat Commission for approval after : ‘ ’ P c M
about his family, he said “it does ten per cent and will be topped packing motion pictures; oil the head of the German delega- Directed by Capt. Raison M.B.E., A, CLM,
hot matter because I am separat- only by the 1948 record when burners; paint; paper and puip: tio Dr. Freisherr von Malt

anyway”
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corporate profits reached twenty-
one billion two hundred million
dollars.





platics; railroads; refrigerato
rubber; soap and detergents;
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g t ‘ ry alos t mam as been}
prin 1, Sprint t i » high t s impossible
a 2 2@ 2m.” : 2 , W interfemng
a i -dler as a With the sprint rhythm, you intro-
spri P , >» uce » real hurdling movement
i is Pi é 4 $ . you are taught the rotary
stuc ho Ss action of the rear, or take-off,
y, was vise leg ;
g r aki i 7 > The hurdler does more exercises
s les. : than any other athlete. Much of
cal iseneeleinallinanie
rayon; restaurants; shoes
soft drinks sporting gool
tebaeco;: to ind game variety
hainstcres; vegetable oil fats; |
watche wore weal anes
woollens and worsted |
Industries expected. to eporl
lower profits in 1950 than a year)
y were list is follow
Mez , a careful analytical ricultural equipm at bre oe
s ninety-one industries 428 distilling railroad equipmel } |
made by one prominent business shipbuilding _ and ugar refining|
service has attempted to nam« e (care). —IN.S. |
profits outlook this year for each ’ . |
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; S ; television and broadcasting; tele- $230,000,000 igreement vould}
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all- 2 y ears ago. iF : ‘ ine me ne N ) io’ are é yer-| .
Progressing it was pointed out that the 1948 cleaners; and washing mechine wee Seat n eee One _ . 1
PARIS, June 12 total included approximately two Industries expected to - The French Currency is mov- billion two hundred _ million profits in 1950 about the sane iron, electrical and chemical pro- *
ing progressively towards a_ de pope od a oe ovis 7 er ee listed as follo duets, and anistieg good A Joint
acto josition of stabilisation, ©*° 4 e ccountants: aaverusing: auto- commission is formed to combat
wut any attempt at a legal stabil- mark-ups. mobiles (new); automobils¢ trade and financial bottleneck: a OTHER
isation \ aid this pranuaet be On the pies r hand, in i < (used); automobile secessori¢ —Reuter AND DANCING, SINGING COMEDY AND
ore cure, the French Finance ventory shi ts are expectec © baking; banking; candy and che :
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: fiak waaicle s >» high profit leve DT eet ea REJECT DECLARATION
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by the newspaper “Aube” official this year will be almost entirely drugs and pharmaceuticals; dry \LEX IA, Jur }
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krench newspaper article Unfortunately, alt industries i} (small); electrical equipment COMPERE
published Saturday forecasting an the United States will not share foods; glass products: hotels an
rly stobiisation” of the Frane in the generally. bright profits out- resorts; insurance, jewelr
ec bed in official financial look this year. Some industries Jaundries; lawyers; luggas
wey day as the expres-, will report lower earnings in 1950 machinery; mail order house Reuter NOR Vi AN WY CpevaD
s10n ¢ svivate \ , but okserv- than they did a year ago, 4nd a men’s wear: musics! iretrement ‘ a Z i
v » still ir | .o vezar! much greater number will do well nonferrous metals; of) qui
hem a fYieiall nspired-bits 0° to maintain their profits on the ment; petroleum products; photo
kite-tlyins i same level as 1949, graphic supplies; nrinting: publish-

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Pabiuscea Oy Thy Advocate Co. .ta., 4, Sroad &)., Sraaeuwwh

1950





Tuesday, June 13,

ROYAL EXPENSES

AMONG the measures for consideration
by the House of Assembly to-day is a reso-
lution for the sum of $1,369 to be granted
from the Public Treasury to enable His
Excellency the Governor to defray part of
the expenses incurred in the entertaining
of Her Royal Highness Princess Alice and
the Earl of Athlone during their recent
visit to this island.

It is not likely that there will be any dis-
sentient voice in the passing of this resolu-
tion.

The Royal visit was more than the enter-
tainment by the Governor and his wife of
two visitors. It was the occasion to which
the people of Barbados had looked forward
to have tangible proof. that the ties which
bind them to the Throne were still living
and effective. It was the occasion for them
to show how great was their appreciation
of this living reminder of the interest of the
Royal Family in the people of Barbados.

They have always been proud of their
relationship with Great Britain. They have
always boasted of knowing no other rule
than that of Great Britain. By these same
tokens they are now willing and ready to
pay for the entertainment of such members
of the Royal Family who have come to
them in order to give proof of that interest
and those ties of Empire.

If then the occasion was in honour of the
people of Barbados it is fitting that the
expenses of the visit should be borne by
the Treasury.

On the occasion of the visit thousands of
Barbadians visited Government House and
the Princess and the Earl were loud in their
praises of the courtesy and hospitality
shown them. It has been described as sec-
ond only to the rousing welcome accorded
them on arrival.

When it is considered that the salary of
the Governor of Barbados has never been
a princely one and that it has not been in-
creased since the beginning of the century,
and that the Governor and his wife have
the similar routine expenses as the ordin-
ary family, it would be asking this family
to foot the bill for the entertainment of the

Princess and the Earl.

The resolution before the House to-day
is self explanatory and far from meeting
with any opposition, will hardly provoke
any lengthy discussion. Its passing will be
more than a gesture to His Excellency the
Governor and his wife; it will be tangible
evidence of a measure of justice being done
to them.



Cricket

ENGLAND won the first of four test
Matches against the West Indies yesterday,
at Old Trafford, by the decisive margin of
two hundred runs, after a keen struggle
which ran into the fourth day, and in
which the fortunes of the game swung,
almost unprecedeitedly from one side to
the other. Every follower of the game in
these parts was disappointed, and it is
indeed unfortunate that unfavourable com-
ments on the state of the wickets, as far as
its preparation is concerned, should arise
at the moment. And these comments
appear well grounded.

It is to be hoped however, that whatever
the foundation of these restrictions be, the
incidents connected therewith will be soon
forgotten, and the tour proceeded with in
the true spirit of cricket. The old adage
“modest in victory, and cheerful in defeat”
stills obtains wherever the great game of
cricket is played, and West Indians where-
ever they are will congratulate Hutton on
his splendid batting with a damaged hand,
Evans on his crisis century for a faltering
‘England, and England on her ultimate
victory after a stern fight.

There are other Tests, at Lords, at Trent
Bridge and at the Oval and in them lie the
opportunity for the West Indies not only
to erase the unhappy memories of Old
Trafford but to enhance an already grow-
ing reputation as sportsmen who play the
game for the game’s sake.

EE

OUR READERS SAY:

able.
The



Fancy Molasses
To The Editor, The Advocate

facts are



‘They ll Toughen You=

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

For £50 a Week

NEW YORK



FOR the past week or two
I have been tantalised by a series
of idvertisements They are
aimed at the tired business man.

Come to us, they assert, and
you will renew your interest in
success and that girl in the
second row of the chorus

Well, I am no business man

but I am on the wrong side of 40,
and as tired as the next man.
Today I could resist no longer

So off I went as instructed,
not to a quack doctor or the
salesman for a new _ breakfast
food, but something called Biil
Brown’s Health Farm (For Men
Only).

As I turned into the
lined drive I might have been
é€ntering any of the rich men’s
estates which abound in Garrison
on the banks of New’ York’s
Hudson River

Arrival

The long low, white
with its old-fashioned
locks something like a mansion.
The young man who received me
showed me a courtesy that was
old-fashioned enough to belong
to such a setting

1 asked for Bill Brown. “I’m
sorry.” said the young man, who
introduced himself as Francis
Smith, but he has been dead
some years

I asked who was the new
manager Mr. Smith told me he
was Baynard Kendrick. That was
a name I knew: Mr. Kendrick
writes mystery stories.

1 asked to see him.
sail Mr. Smith, “but
hospital.” Then, as he saw my
doubts, he added hurriedly that
it was something to do with too
many fresh raspberries ‘He
had them in New York,” said Mr.
Smith, “not here on the farm.”

long, tree

building
portico,

“Sorry”
he is in

Mr. Smith proceeded to show
me to my room The room and
bath, board and all my treat-

ments would, I was told, cost me
£50 a week. I must stay at least
a week, and it would be better if
I made it three weeks Then



To the Cakes and Ale

an ill wind that

The ill

blows

a whole crop of good things. Fish
has been decontrolled, Points
have gone. Now petrol has been
derationed, and the freedom of
the road restored to us again,

It is plain that a curious
bouleversement is going on in
politics. The Socialist leaders
want above all things a restora-
tion of the power they enjoyed in
the last Parliament.

They are conscious that unless
they respond to the mood of the
people, they won't get it. So they
are responding.

What We Fancy

The nationalisation of the
means of production, distribution
and exchange is put into the
discard. Theory is relegated to
the background.

The whole basis of current
Government activity is that a
little of what we fancy will do
not only us, but them, a bit of
good.

Ministers beam on us. No one
abuses the middle-classes any-
more. Non-Socialists are no long-
er necessarily verminous.

My own current emotions are
those of a child who, having been
unjustly chastised and put upon
by a harsh stepmother, is sud-
denly made much of, caressed,
and loaded with sweets—but who
suspects that this outbreak of
unusual kindness due to the
imminent visit of an inspector
from the Society for the Pre-
vention of Cruelty to Children,

Confidence Trick

The Government senses that
the mood of the people is ex-
pressed in Shakespeare’s phrase:
“Thinkest thou because thou art
virtuous, that there shall be no
more:cakes and ale?”

It is bent on catering for that
mood. Not, however, because it
thinks that cakes and ale are
good for. us, but because a bit of
catering is, it thinks a necessary
preliminary to being able to cut
off the supplies again a little later
on,

In short, we are being treated
to a political version of the old
and oft-successful confidence
trick.

Now what are the Tories going
to do about it? It is no good
their saying, as they are saying
of petrol derationing, “We

is

the Fancy Molasses Board, as it

that a certain iS not in the i

by C. V, R. THOMPSON, who
was told: If-you don’t like it,
you can get out,

results

would be guaranteed.
Introduction

We went upstairs and along
a wide corridor. I was just
turning off to the left when Mr.

Smith stopped me.

“That's the alcoholics’ wing,”
he said. We like to keep them
separate. They sometimes have

trouble sleeping.”

I -hastened to explain that was
not my trouble. Mr. Smith
seemed glad. Otherwise, he said
he would have had to lock up my
car keys to prevent me from
“escaping” for a quick one.

My room was simply but
pleasantly furnished. “This is the
bath,” said Mr Smith, opening
a door which led to a room which
did not have one “Why no
bath?” IT asked. Mr. Smith prom-
ised to tell me later.

I was taken to meet the
physical director, Clis.s Miche
sen. He is a wiry little Nor



wee
gian who has been working for
ten years on middle-aged men
who want to be young again.

Chris introduced me to some of
my fellow-guests. The first,
man about 60, was a
millionaire.

About every three months he
has a fight with his daughter
because he has been drinking too
much, and he goes up to Bill
Brown's to get back on the wagon
for a week or two

a

multi-

Rules

Another was a bookie who had
decided that Bill Brown’s would
provide him with some good
exercise as well as a hide-out,
while the heat was on in New
York’s anti-gambling hunt.

Two of the younger guests were
brothers. They had not spoken
to each other for ten years
because of a quarrel. By acci-
dent both came to Bill Brown's
during the same week Such is
the state of relaxation after a

thought of it first.” They did.
But it is the Government which
has done it.

The Tories have to find an
answer to this appropriation of
their programme. What
it be?

To decry the new freedoms?
No. It should be to press for
more. And to press for them
precisely in those fields in which
the Socialists’ hands are tied
because of their dependence on
the trade unions.

Thus, there is an immense
housing shortage in Great Bri-
tain. Its social consequences, in
terms of family tension and
juvenile delinquency, are appal-
ling. But the trade unions main-

should

e e
Tories Must find an Answer
IT’S
nobody any good wind,
from the Socialist point of view,
of electoral failure, is blowing us

tain the restrictive building
practices built up in years of
unemployment though there is

enough building work waiting to
be done to keep every builder
employed for 20 years to come.

Set Them Free
The other day a gathering of
building workers took place to





* POLITICAL
NEWSFRONT

by .. W. J.
BROWN

consider just one subject. It was
how to secure freedom for build-
ers to work as long as they want
to.

However long a building worker
is willing to work, however much
he wants to work, however neces-
sary it is that he should be free
to work as long as he likes to
overcome the housing shortage,
the union rules forbid him to
work more than so many hours
a week.

Let the Tories announce that
while the housing shortage lasts
no man shall be penalised for
working at building for as long
as he wants to, and that they
will if necessary introduce legis-
lation to ensure this end,



Next let them promise to
tackle the cost of living
Socialist back-benchers con-

scious of this problem, seek to
evade it by attacking the farmer,
They seek, as always, not to

nterests of the fill one seat).

(Three large persons can easily

week of treatment, Chris said
that the brothers made it up

Now it was time for me to
learn the rules, “No alcohol,”
esaid Chris. “None. No smokir
either unless you ean’t stand it
And then you may only smoke
after meals. And always out-
doors, please.’

With an ugly eye on my waist-
coat, Chris went on:





“You ought
to lose weight. No butter or
potatoes for you. Plenty of
salads, but no dressing

“You.can have meat twice a
gay. You'll need that when I’m
through with you But ne



gravies, no sauces. And count up
your calories. I’)}] want to know
how many you have taken every |
day.

I must have shown my disgust,
“Oh, it's good food,” Chris assur-
ed me. #*‘Our chef used to be

famous in New York

in one of the
best hotels.”

Chris then showed me a card
which ordained t! life I woulda
lead during my tay at Bill
Brown’s-

MORNING:

(without tea or coffee); stean
bath, 7; breakfast, 8; hike up
and down a mountain, 9.30 to

10.30; another steam bath, mas-
saggy, and sun bath, 10.30
12.45.

AFTERNOON Lunch, ‘3

How To |
Write A
Best-Seller

By Virginia Graham

THERE are published to-day an enormous num-
ber of books which never receive attention from
the critics.

They are not, in the narrowest sense of the word,
literature, for most of them, to be frank, are ex-
tremely badly written and slip happily into the
category of Tripe. Nevertheless they sell in mil-
lions.

.It is no good arguing with facts.
sell.

These books
And they sell because they are the perfect
answer to the Englishman's innate yearning to be
cerebrally inert whenever possible. For we Eng-
lish have never cared for thinking. It is not an
exercise we admire.

NOT all readers, however, are obvious escapists.
Although there is a c:tegory which likes vicarious-

Gym _ drill, 6.30:]1Â¥ to live the lives of out-of-this-world romantics;

there is a large solid body of people who like to
read about themselves.

For the millions who escape via the printed word

to |into a glorious world where Channel-scented duch-

esses are swept into the arms of Spanish gigolps on
moonlit terraces at Cannes, there are millions who

another hike or a stiff game of | Prefer reading about Ivy standing in the fish queue.

tennis or squash, 2.30 to 4.30;
yet another steam bath and a
salt rub

EVENING: Dinner, 6; after that
a nice quiet evening of table
tennis, if I have any energy left

and, if not

the TV set.

LIGHTS OUT. 10.

Chris took me _ through his
gym. It looked like a room
designed for medieval torture.

tional, aunt-ridden and sink-bound, is always nice
Tnen he showed me why there 2 Sana ? >
was no bath in the bathroom: to read about because it is always nice to see

he would squirt me with a
point cold hose after my
bath.

pin-
steam

@ On Page 7



(Soe.)

divide
town

unite but to
to rouse the
country.

Let the Tories proclaim
they will survey the series of
steps through which commodities
go between the point of produc-
tion to the point of consumption
with a view, not to driving agri-
culture into the pit as it was
after the 1914-18 war, but with
a view to seeing that while the}

|

They
against

aim
the

that

farmer gets a reasonable price
at one end the consumer is not
mulcted at the other ‘

Current figures are complicated |
by the subsidies. But for the
year 1938.—the last complete
year before the war—the figures
show that for home-produced/
food the consumer paid two-and-
a-half times as much as. the
farmer got for producing it.

There is the real Battle of the
Gap.

Next, let the Tories promise
to bring the operations of the
trade unions within the scope of
the Monopolies Act

They Are Ashamed

T am all in favour of breaking

a chair in front of]a fashion that his reader can identify himself with

“There!” cry the first batch, “but for appalling
bad luck, go I!” and “There!” murmur the second
batch with a comfortable sigh, “am I!”

To be successful with the masses, in fact, it is only
necessary for an author to arrange matters in such

one of the characters. In order to do this, he
must either be outrageously imaginative or simple
as a muffin. Pensive he must not be.

The good English family, hard-working, unemo-

oneself in print and, particularly, to find one is



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The multt-millionaire who marries the waitress LAST !!
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rr impulses of love, we English do not like at all. ai
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we also about religion, foreigners and other con- © .
troversial subjects, and our minds don’t want to Reduced from 73c. to 40c.
be disturbed. This should be the pot boiler’s
motto: DO NOT DISTURB.
TAKING at random from a pile of luridly STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO. LTD.
wrapped romances, I can easily anticipate, there-

fore a huge success for Dorian Lee’s latest*—her
last book ran into six editions—for she has cleverly

combined both the exotic and the familiar, the
East and the West,

om
Her heroines are Vriang, a Balinese Temple
dancer who is “slim as a bamboo wand and lovely

as a blossom,” and Joanna, who is a nice, tweedy
English girl.

The hero, Richard Mallory — unbelievably
enough, there is also a Freddie Carruthers and a
Robert Cardew in the cast—marries the Balinese

girl and brings her back to England to live with
his mother. .

So on the one hand you have all the friendly
Gish-washing, the village gossip, the garden in
the rain, crosswords, the radio and the vicar, and



down restrictive practices, trusts
and price rings, when operated
by employers. But I am_ in
favour too, of breaking them down
when practised, under gpg
conditions,, by trade unions, |

Hundreds of thousands of
workmen are ashamed of the
restrictions they have to comply
with and the go-slow they have
to observe, But they are unable
to withstand union pressures,

The Closed Shop has put into
the hands of the unions not
merely a weapon against the
employers but a weapon against
their members—a weapon of
terrifying power when directed
against poor men.

In short let the Tories come
out on the side of liberty. Let
them seek to release the native
creative energies of the people
from the network of restrictions,
regulations and controls which
make England a prison.

Not that I love the Tories any
more than I do the Socialists.
What with the Malignants on
the one hand, and the Stupids
on the other, our country carries
a double cross,

But if we can get a competition
in wooing between the Socialists
and the Tories, ordinary folk
may one day be able to breathe.

(World Copyright Reserved)

—LES.



a_i,

Wicket Rules ?

on the other the mysterious East, the little soap-

stone image with emerald eyes stuffed under the
pillow.

YOU can choose between identifying yourself
with Vriang “clad in a near-transparent garment
of some gauzy black chiffon sprigged with gold”
whose hair hangs ‘loose and lustrous in a cloud
about her neck and face”; or with Joanna who has
“slim, gallant shoulders,” and is like the English
countryside, “strong and enduring but with an
inner warmth ready to burst into blossom at the
first touch of sunshine.”

The thoughts with which this book is burdened
are not profound and we can cheerfully recognise
them as our own. So our desire to know what
happens in the end—a very real desire—is not dis-
tracted by mental disturbances of any kind.

We do not worry in the least about style, for we
have never been interested in the turn of a phrase
or the balance of a paragraph. We just read
smoothly on, relaxed as babies, and when we have
finished we will pick up a novel by Simon Dare
and then a novel by Alexandra Dick, and
not one cell of our poor tired old brains will
question anything, agswer anything, learn anything,
— anything or, after five minutes, remember any-
thing.

Wasting our time?

Well, what’s reading for any-
way?—L.E,S.

WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED

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SIR,—In your issue of Sunday
1lth inst., there appeared an
article in your Editorial Column
headed “Fancy Molasses” and as
there are several statements in
this article which are very mis-
leading I shall be glad if you
will publish the following in
reply.

Your article states that
ment by Tank Steamer
be made this

ship-
should
year because by so
doing the Island would have
sold an additional quantity of
Fancy Molasses which was most
desirable, Let me say that every-
one interested in the groduction
and shipment of our Fancy
Molasses is most anxious to
increase the sale, but this must
be done in an orderly manner
otherwise chaotic conditions
would result which would injure
very seriously thjs most impor-
tant industry to the Island.

It has always been strongly
stressed by the buyers in Canada
that there should be uniform
prices to all importers and these
should be guaranteed for the
season. The Exporters, therefore,
guarantee their prices against a
decline which enables the buyers
to place their orders early in the
for their full





year season’s
requirements, confident that no
, cheaper Molasses will be avail-

procedure was agreed to by ail
Exporters for the marketing of
this year’s Molasses and ship-
ment by Tank Steamer was not
included. On the basis of our
agreement prices were cabled to
the consuming markets and sales
made, and the Fancy Molasses
Control Board arranged the
necessary production to meet
these orders. Sometime after
these sales were made, it was
discovered that two Exporters,
both of whom had agreed to the
marketing procedure referred to
above, made a sale to a buyer in
Canada for shipment ky Tank
Steamer, because by so doing this
buyer would get his Molasses
at a cheaper price. As soon as
this, was known in Canada
several Exporters were informed
by some of their buyers that, if
this sale in a Tank Steamer went
through, they would have
cancel a large portion of their
purchase, and it was evident that
the quantity so cancelled would
be far in excess of that shipped
by Tank Steamer, It is, there-
fore, obvious that on balance this
Island would have sold much less
then if a Tank Steamer ship-
ment did not take place. In view
of this, arrangements were made
to reduce the production and this
was done with the approval of

to®

industry to have a large carry
over.

I would also like to point out
that other Exporters had received
requests to ship in Tank Steamers
but they considered it inadvisable
to do so because they did not
think it in the interests of the
Island, as only a few buyers in
Canada out of a total of 170 are
at present equipped to receive
Molasses from a Tank Steamer,
Shipment in this way would have
placed the majority of buyers at
such a disadvantage that they
would cease to have any interest
in handling our Molasses, and so
a very valuable system of distri-
bution on which our industry has
been built up over many years,
would have been disrupted.

H, W. INCE,

Secretary, The Barbados Pro-
duce Exporters’ Association Ltd.
Interesting Reading
To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—Re your report in Satur-
day’s ‘Advocate’ of the meeting
held by the Bus Service Officials,

this certainly makes interesting
reading — amusing too. For
instance the suggestion of the

increase of fares, combined with
the suggestion of six people in a
seat, instead of five does not
give much hope of better service
as to the comfort of passengers.

The new type of bus arranged
for the seating of two only on
the seat is certainly an improve-
ment, if more of this type could
be produced it would ensure the
better bus service question under
discussion. I think people wouid
not object to paying extra fare
providing the drivers and conduc-
tors benefited by this.

The bus drivers mostly appear
to be efficient in their work, and
the way they manoeuvre driving
through congested areas is
remarkable—apart from the great
responsibility for the safety of
their passengers. It seems incredi-
ble drivers receive only $2.00 per
day for this work.

Cdhductors too are to be com-
mended for their patience in deal-
ing with difficult passengers, and
for the assistance given, especially
to old people and small children,
These men draw less wages than
the drivers do.

I have always been under the
impression that all “British”
school children up to 14 years of
age travelled half fare in the
buses, but I have been informed
that the children here in Barba-
dos pay the full fare

A. K
Prospect,
St. James,
June 11, 1950.

To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—About an hour after the
end of the first Test Match today,
a voice from Old Trafford was
heard to say: “the wicket is now
being watered, a thing that has
not happened for the past fort-
night”. Can you enlighten me as
to what are the rules (if any)

governing the preparation of a
Test wicket?
June 12, 1950.

202 DOWN.

Vestry Serenade

SIR,—Like a majority of your
readers I have always enjoyed the
articles published from the pen
of Mr. Smythies but that of
Saturday, June 10th, is of more
than local interest although in it
his orchestra is playing a serenade
to St. Peter’s Vestry and he
doesn’t know it.

When I had the honour to be a
member of that body many con-
structive ideas were discussed and
directions given to the clerk to
pass them on to the Central Gov-
ernment. Concealed in one of
those was the question of setting
excellent building sites of no agri-
cultural value which would yield
greater parochial revenue and
free the present owners of its
taxable rates; but it wasn’t said
so, it came in under the question

of extended water supply. Light Speightstown.

tant to hide the real reasons for
extended water mains because of
the many rumours circulated re
the increased land values that
would accrue if the East Coast
Road was built on the site of the
railway line. We had to be care-
ful.

The Vestry knew that apart
from any paltry benefit land own-
ers receive, the parish stood to
gain close to $100 a year from

every acre of land on which a
$10,000 house was built and from
which they now obtained the

annual tax of approximately $3.00.
They also knew that persons to
whom a building programme of
such dimensions appealed would
hail from up north and the mem-
bers were unanimous.

None of the above however is
to detract from the importance
of Mr. Smythies’ articles, but to
buttress it as coming from a
real friend to our future internal
economy. Our creative mentalities
are alive to our interests and
know too well the frustration that
comes from short sighted views
of the overall picture of what is
best for our welfare, hence a
cordial welcome to those who
settle amongst us and show a
lively concern for our problems

Cc. D,. JORDAN.
Queen Street,

June 12, 1950. 2S



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This water also brought down 2% Boyce, represented the "Bus
many crabs and small boys could Company, told His Honour Sir
be seen at the corner of Arthur Allan Collymore, Chief Judge,
Hill and Halls Road, catching yesterday that the parties had
them on Sunday. Owing to the agreed on certain terms, and they

3 were simply asking leave to men-
strong current they had to be very ti0n that they desired to withdraw



ed in today’s “Official Gazette”
the export of fancy molasses in
bulk is prohibited. The Order is
as follows:

“In exercise of the powers con-
ferred upon the Governor by sec-
tion 3 of the Exports and Imports
(Restriction) Act, 1939, I, Alfred
William Lungley Savage, Com-
panion of the Most Distinguished
Order of St. Michael and St
George, Governor and Comman-
der-in-Chief in and over the
Island of Barbados and its Depen-
dencies, do hereby make the fol-
lowing Order:—

1 This Order may be cited as
the Experts and Imports (Fane;
Molasses) (Restriction) Order
1950, and shall be deemed to have

They run
smoothly and almost noiselessly and make a
perfect lock-stitech on all materials from the

ilk to the heaviest drill.

eareful to avoid being washed aa : ome ré » ag ey

u d g ne tian, in me tacks ae the come into operation on the 12th BUY A .
away. ines a day of June, 1950 High

Some of the employees of Mlle! Aa been settled. ; 2. In this Order SONeS” .

factories that are still grinding | + any very glad that the parties Dee oe — “Fancy molasses” shal! = Grade
canes are of the opinion that these Dave arrived at an_ amicable PEDESTRIANS who intend making use of the footpath over the Victoria Bridge are finding the mean fancy molasses as de- AND :
June rains will hamper the pro- Settlement,” the Chief Judge said, crossing lanes and the north and south entrances of the Bridge extremely useful fined in section 2 of the a Machines
gress of the crop “The petition is withdrawn with By using these lanes they can cross over to the footpath without any fear of being struck Barbados Fancy Molasses SEW

; ies the leave of the Court on the by vehicles. ' Production and Export Act, ater at

HE NEW PLAZA 1HEATRE terms agreed to by Counsel.” During five minutes yesterday morning 29 people were seen using the lanes at the north 1937 AND

at Probyn Street may soon pe The Vestry was represented by entrance while only 15 made use of that at the south entrance The majority of pedestrians _3. Notwithstanding the pro- Moderate
opened. At present tne ceuing is Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., instructed entering the Bridge from the south are inclined not to use the footpath Visions of any order made under SAVE Pri

section 3 of the Act or of any other raeee



almost compieted and labourers by Messrs. Carrington and Sealy.

were working yesterday on the
e ”
Case Dismissed

Supports for tne ground floor.
Another set were working on the
THEIR Honours Mr. H. A.
Vaughn and Mr. G. L. Taylor,

front and some om the walis.
A’ ACCIDENT OCCURRED on Judges of the Assistant Court of

we

order, no person shall export from
the Island fancy molasses in bulk
Provided that the provisions
of the order shall not apply to
the exportation of fancy molas-
ses shipped in puncheons or
wooden barrels, or with the
approval of the Governor-in

HAND MODEL FOR CASH $69.15
Executive Committee in any

ve e
ither Give Money
e
Or Repair Roads TREADLE MODEL
Mee Bethe eontainer. ss omn{{| ON DROP HEAD STAND WITH 3 DRAWERS AS

St. Joseph Vestry Tells Government sav of Sune, one thousand nine ILLUSTRATED — NOTE OUR LOW CASH PRICE

e hundred and fifty
appeared in the Board of Trade By His Excelfency’s Command,





. Anglo—
Venezuela
Trade Body

Merchants and others in the
British West Indies will be inter-
ested in the following notice which

The contracting is beilg done py
Messrs. Clarke and Tucker.

ee Appeal yesterday varied the de-

Three Houses Road, St, “-*: Foal 7 :

Philip at about 9.45 a.m. on Sun- Cision of His Worship Mr. S. H.
day between the motor car M-706, Nurse, Magistrate of District “E’
owned and driven by Cedric Ww. who dismissed on its merits a case
Maynard of Frenches, St, George, Drought by Una Eagle against

and a motor cycle owned and rid- rreongind menor — Ncotsimeease Journal on March 25th 1950:— The St. Joseph Vestry yesterday criticised the Government’: E. J. PETRIE, ONLY Ss Al 00
1G as ann, = - : peat CRT ae Sponsored by His Majesty's reluctance siving grants aris neaiya te A ting C al Mecvetary | AL e
i den by George Lucas of Duncans. with blackguarding near Boscobel bod by oe ino : € ince in giving grants to the parish to repair their Acting Colonial Secretary e

| St. Philip.

Lucas was injured over his eye
and on his left hand and foot. The
crank, starter, foot rest and head
lamp of the cycle and the right
front and rear fenders and head
lamp of the car were damaged.

roads. Mr. Smith told members that the Government should , His Excellency the Governor- =

: in-Executive Committee has ap-
either give » 1y 7 A $0 eee : I
r give the money so that they could get their roads pointed a Committee to enquira

repaired, or Government should take over the roads and into all aspects of the fancy mo-
see that the necessary repairs were carried out. There should lasses industry of Barbados with
to 9 am. she was doing some Venezolano-Britanica de Comer- be no two ways about it, he said. particular reference to produc-
fiouse work in her home when ¢io) was founded in Caracas in Licensed dogs may soon hates tion, price, marketing and method
Una Eagle, while passing her January this year. to wear badges. The Vestry to put itself in so much debt, He of export, and to make such
HE LOSS OF A QUANTITY home, began to abuse her. After languishing since the accepted a suggestion for an Wondered whether members tecommendations as may be con-

of carpenters’ tools were re- _ One witness—Edith Springer — first world war, British trade with intended amendment of the 1902 Téalised that many of their previ- sidered necessary to ensure the
ported by Julian Murray of the said she heard and was present Venezuela has begun to pick up, Dogs’ Act from the Colonin| OUS Outstanding loans had still maintenance and development of
Pine Housing Scheme. He stated When it occurred. She said many and whilst our imports from that. Secretary, A Bill is expected to % be paid off. He felt they should that industry.

remarks were dropped between country consist today very largely be put before the House of Assem-

CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED

Road, a highway on April 16. British Industries, and by the Shell

They dismissed the case without companies, the Anglo-Venezuelan
prejudice. Etheline Payne in her ‘Trade Association (known in
defence said on April 16 about 8 Spanish as the Association



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LOCAL
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sidenc re 2 ‘ — : : . . +
eee era: Ee “NSA examination Their Honours ucts, the prosperity of Venezuela ment. it then. They should let a barbed = Sir John Saint, Kt, C.M.G.,
ree thought that her evidence was very is the source of increasing spend- O.B.E,, ¢ hairman
“ ing power and of a growing de- Honourable J. D. Chandler,
mand for a diversity of goods. M.L.C.

wire enclosure serve until they

Death If Not Licensed were able to build a wall

PART OF THE ROOF of a contradictory. enclosure.

house and shop belonging to The suggested Bill will have as G. H. Adams, Esquire, M.C.P



Alfred Licorish, which is situated
at Wilson Hill, St. John was
destroyed by fire at about 6.00
a.m. on Sunday.

Both house and shop are in-
sured. They were not occupied

‘Byfjord’
Leaves Today

Begun to Pay Heed
In suppiying these some Brit-
ish industries such as the woollen
linen and pottery manufacturers
have for long participated, whilst
in the post-war years many
others have begun to pay heed t«

its object to ensure that all dogs
are licensed. Police would be on
the look out for dogs without
badges. Any dog which chanced
to be taken up by the Police might
be killed four days after if no
one claimed it. The owner of any

Discussing the need of repairs
to the parish roads and especially
Cocoanut Grove Road and the
Spaw Road, Mr, Williams said
that the Parish roads were suffer-
ing badly from lack of repairs and
he wondered if the Government



‘‘Moneka”’
Returns



at the time of the incident. knew that, In previous years
that parish used to receive more
money than the surrounding

ee ane ‘ip ornare lle motor vessel “Moneka” berthed
parishes to repair their roads |) the Careenage yesterday. The

The s.s. “Byfjord” (1,109 tons this important market. | such dog might be liable to be

HE MOBILE CINEMA will net) made a call here on Sunday Thus it is that British importers fined a sum not exceeding $5.

give a show at River Planta- morning for a load of 2,200 barrels agents and branch managers re- The Vestry decided that it was

of molasses for New York. This Siding in Caracas, Maracaibo and futile te make any further pro- hen of the Oualiky of tie soll

vessel is scheduled to complete its other cities to whom, of course, tests to the Government against Ma Banta District y an andere vessel had just completed a 12-

loading to-day when it will leave must be added their numerous their intention to lend money from pe aby eng py te , al ont © hour trip from St. Vincent

port directly for New York. compatriots in the oil companies the Labour Welfare Fund to the ©! the occasional land slides The “Moneka” is expected to
The “Byfjord” arrived here from have united with Venezuelan labourers instead of giving it to

Trinidad and brought a few pack- businessmen concerned with hav- them. Members said that this

ages of cargo: ing non-British subjects as full action was not fair to the peopie Mat should dither ditide to give
Sailing out yesterday with a full members, the association is some- as the money was really their |!CP' Should either — Pe Bive gua, Montserrat and Nevis

load of molasses for Newfound- what different from the usual run own, They had always spoken ‘“©™ more and be less reluctant This vessel is now engaged in

vessel of Brith Chambers of Com- against the principle but were °° that they could get the roads the passenger trade with Aruba.
repaired or else Government

should take them over.

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Mr. Smith said that Govern- ports of St. Lucia, Dominica, An-

New Orleans

Wins Choir

Competition
THE New Orleans Community

Choir won first prize at the choir
competition held in .ueens Park



land was the _ motor
“Student Prince II’. This vessel merce overseas, and it is partly convinced then that Government

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has spent 10 days here undergoing with the object of explaining this was resolved and they could do ‘Lady Ne LETTE rRAYS
and other differences that the nothing more about it if 1 Bite amar es _ Jy Ison : mt AY
sove P

» te " te put aside the scheme for a wall The membership of the Com-
Pier wiey) Were semnOwed (sF00) 108 Eagle and Payne. After the cross of petroleum and petroleum prod- ply shortly to make the amend. ¢M¢losure as they could ill afford Mittee is-
present note is written. The Vestry came to that | Sea sc at ae tea act i is | . . 14. .
decision when they were consid- roads the pe ople of the ote Calls To-morrow | tf DRAWER FILING CABINETS
Open To All Firms ering a reply from the Acting who were accustomed to repair, m “y. , ”
the roads would be put out of The “Lady Nelson” will call

repairs and taking its cargo.



. i.
last night. Second place was taken *‘Colombie’ Comes Whilst the association will have Colonial Secretary telling them } FOOLSCAP & LETTER SIZE
by the Orange Hill Choir, St. b its tl in eri the cope that Government would not
James and Belleplaine Choir was ° membership will be open to firms change their plans with regard to 6 tee 14s 196
third. . In Octo er all over the country, and it 1s the disposal of the fund AIRLINE DESKS
Seven choirs competed and the «4 ”, 16,000-ton hoped that one day there will be
judge was Father Hopkins. There seen seoee tt tm Fetaue Line, groups meeting in Maracaibo, £1,000 Loan
were to have been three judges il} make her maiden voyage to Valencia and other cities, Firms The Vestry will ask for a £1,000 ; . ‘
but Captain Raison and Mr. Gerald Barbados from Le Havre and outside Venezuela will be eligible loan to cover expenses for the Wherever They Go
Hudson were unable to attend. Southampton on 12th October, and to become associate members, erection of an enclosure for the The Vestry arrived at no
The competition between the wij) arrive at Barbados, 25th and it is: the hope of the associa- parish’s new burial ground and lecision as to what steps should other than the public places, Mr
first three choirs was very keen October via Spain, and the French tion that many of their friends Jatrine for the parish Church, be taken about the roads, Before Williams said that as the Bill
and Father Hopkins said that he wWect Indies. and aociates in Britain will! The loan would be repaid £75 a the Vestry agreed with the in- yead, if a unlicensed dog was being
had great difficulty in choosing the The s.s. “Colombie” will then take advantage of this. year and at 4 per cent per annum. tefded amendment for the Dog chased and it went across a field
first, second and third. proceed to Trigidad and La The association has a com- ° When the proposal for a loan Act, Mr, Williams moved that the which was not public, the police

ienetionce EAA Ralite tiie aaa, Guaira, returning to Barbados mittee of 15 members, roughly arose, Mr. Haynes said that the Bill should be changed so as to could not go any further in an

work as men would be brought here from the north on Wednesday,
from other parts of the island. Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co.,

Mr. Smith said that such never Ltd., informed’ the “Advocate”
happened. The people of the yesterday. The “Nelson”, after
parish would always be given the taking passengers booked {pr her,
work will leave port the same night for
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capture — it Mr
motion was not

ve bia three days later on her east-bound half of whom are British. The» parish was not in a sufficiently allow police to be able to go after attempt to
OR started: DE rarereed (0 tNS fg president for the first year is\ strong financial position to be able dogs without badges on places williams’

fact that Captain Raison had been Oo :
; bat nm her second voyage, the Senor Xavier Lope Bello, who ‘s ssiitartiatlnddabis seconded
granted the O.B.E. in the King’s «colombie” will proceed from the representative in Venezuela a
; iti ; 7 Barbados to Trinidad, Venezuela, of the Nuffield organization, and mm wring a ” |
MCP thanked Father Hepes Colombia and Kingston, Jamaica. has from the start been an enthw- CLARKE’S LiOOD MIXTURE t
attended. Guaira and Trinidad and then ‘The honorary secretary is: Mr.
back to Barbados, This will bea Rp, 4A, Henry, Edificio Ambos
first appearance last night sang cipal a Conde, Caracas
“Turn Thy Face From My Sins” ‘ No Premises Yet
The Orange Hill Choir sang “Hark - IMPORTS tion will have no premises ot
the Notes of Angels” and “Guar- YESTERDAY its own, nor has it a paid secre-
Chgir rendered “Praise the Lord O tary, and consequently it will
Jerusalem” and “Beyond the Sun- Nourse Liner ss. “Orna” gerferaY¥y associated with British
The were Choir was the from Capetown and Colombo yes- chambers
ne COLOR nS ae ENS LARD and members of the committee 6 seeseu ces na BBRee
plain pilchards, ice cream fruits, 100K forward to playing a part in es" s' a BEBBBBSBGHHRBE GEE
. shane . by the joint study of matters of >
ELSIE PHILLIPS of Reed Strect chests and cases of tea from (oo intorest. by the holding
; ‘ " ' a of meetings where members can
for six months in the sum of £3, _,The “Orna” also brought sup- ° Oy Hawa | a he ;
een ‘ Si i, plies of leather, custard powder, Xchange views, by assisting ‘wo Y \
when she appeared. before Hi can Bish busnes visors «Vel PURINA PIGEON CHOW
3 ; ;., Jam samples from these ports. It » BAG Mm other ways, sh
wounding Frederick Peterkins {21 Seblanstoun padteaay evaling will be glad to exchange copies i |
kins said that he was sitting on a izations elsewhere and with trade
bench in a shop in Reed Street, a@rganizations and chambers in |
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set Time.” brought foodstuff to Barbados
But the president, secretary
This included canned peanuts,
PUT ON BOND dried fish from Capetown and 281 promoting Anglo-Venezuelan trade
was yesterday placed on a bond Colombo, NOW FRESH
Worship Mr. H. A. Talma, for Jelly powders, vanilla essence and British business visitors to Ven-
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when Phillips came and called e the United Kingdom. H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.—Agents. |
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yet cafled for an _ interpreter
Correspondence may be address-

TOKYO. ane \aalta te
b ed to the honorary secretary at
Floods cause! by torrential the address given above, but since

WATERED MILK: 30/-
ket te 3 rains, are causing havoc in eastern ; er is electe ae hha
A FINE of 30/- in 7 days or - . . 4 > this officer is elected yearly, the
one month’s hard labour was yes- peed sient ia Sangha eunernen
terday imposed by Magistrate C. L. missing in a flood near Suwa Lake
Walwyn on A. Johnson of St. in Nagana, Central Japan.
Matthias for selling adulterated In Tokyo more than 800 houses
milk on November 18. were flooded and streets and
offices had to be evacuated. ~ :
. The overflowing waters of the -
ABUSE : 15/- rivers Tenryu, Sai and Mattoba Regiment Parades
in the Suwa district flooded roads \
FOR using indecent language to and washed away three bridges Through Town
a constable while on duty, on June and three houses. More than 700 :
10, His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma houses in all were flooded in the | THE Barbados Regiment which
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13.6.50—n the beds have both dee; sleep and Dun-

E lopillo mattresses, shingled roof, polished

STOVE—Coal in good order Caledo- pine floors, the garden contains grass-
nia—Modern Dover No. 7. eee 2582. ] lawns, tropical flowering shrubs and
ARUTHUR CORBIN, Palm Villa, Roe-| @owers togeher with eight coconut

buck Street. 10.6.50.—3n.



palms, small ore rd with lime, pawpaw,
mango, tamarind, breadfruit, and plum

URODONAL Sars for) Arthritis trees, wire-mesh enclosed lock up vege-

Rheumatism, Sciatica and Urie Acid com-







plaints, ‘Pleasant to take. Does not affect table rden and tool shed, colassed
heart, nor upset digestion. Knight's Drua| dtiveways and garden paths, will be
Store 10.6.50—2n, | sold unfurnished if desired Attractive
price. Phone owner 8316 betwgen 10 a.m
and 6 p.m 13.6.50—4n

PERSONAL











| PUBL&aC NOTICES

THE public are hereby warned against,







giving credit to my wife LEVINE f ens
EVERSLEY (nee Williams) as I do not >
hold ‘nxyself responsible for her or any- SAINT VINCENT WEEKLY AIR

one else contracting any debt or debts
in my name unless by a written order
signed by me

Sed. SYDNEY CLEAMENT EVERSLEY,

SERVICE. Now makes possible ideal
Wolidays. Under one management.

RATHO MILL TOWHR. HOTEL, St.
Vincent and SUNNY CARIBBEE on-the-

Eagle Hall, Waterhall Land, sea Bequia Island offers all that can be
St. Michsel.| desired. Beautiful scenery, sea-bathing,
fishing, excellent cuisines and bars.

12.6.6)—2n.
—o—— - For

PATES # to $7 B.W.I. per day.
further details and reservations
ERROL G. ROOKS,
Box 47,
Saint Vincent.



HB public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my _ wife LENORA
DOUGLIN (nee Vaughn) as I do not
hold myself responsible for her or any-
one else contracting any debt or debts
in my, name unless by a written order
simed by me.

Signed ERIC HEADLEY
Belleplaine, St



lene Siena

12.6. 50—26n.





DOUGLIN,
Andrew

NOTICE

Re Estate of
MAJORIE WINSOME MAUDE CHAM-

1°.6.50—2n.
ET
THE! public are hereby warned against



giving credit to my wife Mrs boo op BERS, Deceased
I (nee Russell) as I do not hold
self’ responsible for her or anyone NOTICE 18 HEREBY owe ‘oes
eise contracting any debt or debts in| Persons having any debt or claim aga
my name unless by a written order the Estate of Majorie Winsome Maude
signed), byâ„¢ me. panies ee A er an San cae oe
3 5 S11 i in this Island on the
Siyped Rie Tab November 1949, are hereby required to
St. Michact., 8nd particulars of their claims duly
12.6.50—2n J atiesteg, to the undersigned Herbert
cc | Campbell Sealy the attorney in this
‘ —} [sland ior Mrs. Constance Vokes of
Ontario and Canada aforesaid the quali-



fied executrix of the Will of the
deceased, in care of Messrs. Carrington
& Sealy of Lucas Street, Bridgetown,
Solicitors, on or before the 15th day of

July 1950, after which date I shall pro-

ceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the parties entitled
thereto having regard only to such

claims of which I shali then have had
notice, and that I will not be lable for
the assets or any part thereof so dis-
tributed, to any person whose debt or
claim we shall then have had notice.

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

Dated this 12th day of May 1950.
HERBERT CAMPBELL SEALY

attorney for Constance Vokes

Qualified Executrix of the will of
Majorie Winsome Maude Chambers,
deceased



14.5.530—4n









BARBADOS ADVOCATE

OFFICIAL NOTICE

BARFADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT





































OFFICIAL SALE Clerk of the Asittunt Got ah Real

12.6. 50—
BARBADOS. si
In the Assistant Court of Appeal









(Equitable Jurisdiction)
WHEYMAN ARNETT GRIFFITH, SSS
Plaintiff
VIOLA EPHIGENIA WATERMAN,
Defendant. IMPORTANT




NOTICE

The Supply of Natural Gas
is being continued pend-
ing negotiations.

The Barbados Gas (o.,
LTD,

‘

Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an Order of the Assistant Court of
Appeal dated the 5th day of April, 1950
there will be set up for sale to the high-
est bidder at the Office of the Clerk of
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
Court House, Bridgetown, between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the
afternoon on Friday the 16th day of
June 1950 and island abovesaid.

Firstly All that certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Bibby’s Lane in the
parish of Saint Michael in this island
containing by estimation two acres or
thereabouts abutting and bounding on
lands of Leon Lewis one Smith on lands
of Cane Garden Plantation Lears Plan-
tation and on a road in common or how-
ever else the same may abut and bound
and Secondly all that certain piece or
parcel of land situate at Bibby’s Lane
in the parish of Saint Michael in this
island containing by estimation two
roods or thereabouts abutting and bound-
ing on lands now or late of Henrietta
Yarde on lands of Cane Wood Plantation
on lands now or late of Samuel Elliott
Ellis deceased and on the Public Road
or however else the same may abut and

FOR SALE
NEW BUNGALOW

DEACON'S ROAD

standing on approximately 11,000
square feet, 3 bedrooms, W.C.
Bath, Electricity, spacious front-

bound and island abovesaid, and if not :
then sold the said property will be age for gardens. Priced to Sell
set for sale on every succeeding
Friday between the same hours until Apply to: L. & H. MILLER
the same is sold for a sum sot less Reed Street, Bridgetown,
than £460. 0. 0. Dial 2791.

Dated this 5th day of April, 1950,

1. v. GILKES, TT
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal,

12.450 7,

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‘iit aklae beni Sa 5 3 OF APPEAL MISCELLANEOUS paienatapiatpeee Ss . = T
ee ets i or £50 Week
DIED £OR RENT GRACE MARIA GREENE Plaintit BOARDERS_Coo! comfortabie Room In Carlie) | we ;
—— GARFIELD SAVORY Defend and Full Board available to Visitors n rlisle Bay
. a ae pursuance of an Order in thi to Trinidad Near Queen's Park Savan- IN PORT: Yacnt Tern 111. Sch :
CLARKE—WINFRED = (mote of | SSS SSE | Court in the dove action marie S| nah, Write Mrs. Stone, 8 Dundonald Hels, Sch. Woeskene, ach ‘i i | Page 4 In spite of his ill Mr
Lepart Clarke) yesterday at her re soars Sth day of June 1950, I give notice to| Street. Port-of-Spain 6.6.50.—12n. a Whittaker. Sch. MV. Lady J Sp Phat settled it I would not pay| Kendrick was _ mt hospitable
dence Richmond Gap, Eagle Hai! s all persons having any estate, right o . Lady Noeleen, Sch. Sunshine RB sn g£o0 a week for this even if I]He likes Englishmen and
‘eat - a Cac & ,
Funeral leaves her iaté residence thi _ 2 interest in or any Hien or incu nee WANTED TO RENT b Se = Leander became Peter Pan threatens + ight < .
gitemnoon at 4.30 for St. Leonard's) APARTMENT—One furnished apart- | sffecting all that certain piece or parce | ,HOUSE—Furnished or unfurnished for) [—R@i sc Iss : eae ARRIVALS : ee se eatens to fight anyone who
Chutoh. Friends are asked to attcra | “e5t at Coral Sands, on Sea, with Stiver | of land situate in the said parish of Saint| @xtended time. Phone. 3408 - $m, Orns 4000 tone wat, Capt, Amey/E | sound may out in @. postscript ides not. For the record. : Sie
Ade Hinkson (mother) Aurora Herbert ; '"4 sens He feguired. For turther, par- Je in this olsiand containing by | &-6-50—3n ° from Capetown ‘ ey oe Chris had ype me.|Kendrick was the first American
taurii). c s Dis . ALN LEY admeasurement One acre twelve perche | ~~ anon oe ag) Bl k W d M.V. Moneka, 100 tons net, Capt said: “Guests not wishing to]to enlist in the Canadiz rmy
51.5.90. | or thereabouts butting and boundine cn| CHS BICYCLE Phone 46} SME ac TAOWS J vutson. com St. vincent follow this schedule will — re-lin woe War One oo
KS | ———— —-____ alee __——.. | lands ‘now or late of B. Bancroft on . | &-22-4 2-™ 13.6. 50—3n | a S.S._ Byfjord, 1,109 tons net, Capt Tiuested t lsewh » pare
THAN | COTTAGE AND FLAT rent furnished | road twelve feet wide on lands now o* ae Tharaldsen, from Trinidad juestec o go elsewhere. < :
pape | ane acale gowether Beautiful Veran- | Inte of M. Ince and on snother road aE eon ne sean Chauffeur for- | are ers dean Bake Cage Puerton, tome Trinidad EM ichels . ieteved ae 1 care lie eed ar a ‘a So tls
| de aci Hastings main Road. welve feet wide or however else the} " 3 ¥ bert » s net, Cap’ atrice, from Trinidad J Michelsen enjoyed myself Tjing mystery novelist take on tL
this: Se I 5 . 1 ae ‘ . - : *
the undersigned thscugh his) Sea Water (heated) to one of the five| same may butt and bound to bring| Ulare | Court. | Please | woite Mateo of the world’s most ‘ DEPARTURES even found the forbidd t Bill | farm? I asked
te, convey to all our | bath rooms—Electric Cookers, Frigid-| before me an account of their said Gibson, Martindales Road, Taylors Gap letha di th Black fchooner Marion Belle Wolfe, 74 tons , D! en a i
es and friends who attended the} aires—Telephone 2949 2,6.50.—~T.F.N, | Claims with their witnesses, documents 13.6.50-—2n ethal spiders—the Blac not, Capt. Every, for British Guiana | Srown’s—a drink. Mr. Smith got ;
t “Well.” ‘ i
f pl of WILLIAM ADOLPHUS | ———-——_- ty ond vouchers, to be examined by me Widow of North America— Schooner Belqueen, 44 tons net, Capt Jit for me. after unlocking the ell, he said, it seemed
B p sent ea % | curniehed —. - sawell Coast. Un- % any Toseee or Friday betweer NO have seerres at the Zoo and bie, for St. Vincent safe such a wonderful place to writs
way essed 5 y to &s shed, 3 bedrooms, drawing—dining | the hours o: (moon) and 3 o'clock In are now ing shown at the £-hooner Gardenia W., 48 tons net [> ovels x svsre ti
in recent bereavement m, Kitehen and the usual offices. | the afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk TICE insect house Tata two thick Capt. Wallace, for St. Vincent Goodbye “heer = during my : pers = .
rtha A. Byer and family ge and one servant's room and bath | of the Assistant Court of Appeal ae LL.V. Blue Star, 130 tons net, Capt He k ere’s just one trouble. I dont
13.6.50——in vard. For Sale or Rent. Apply|the Court House, Bridgetown, before} Mr. Vincent Griffith Auctioneer & layers of plate glass embedded muiianen dee: Sele t ont took me to meet Mr.}have any spare time.”
eae oe Serer S. Nicholls & Co., Solicitors,| the 28rd day of August 1960, in order| Reat Estate Agent. begs to =otify his in cement, writes Craven Hill. MV. Daerwood, @ tons net, Capt |Xendrick. After my narrow
< roe hone 3925, 151—2 Roebuck | Street that Sock clans may be ranked accord-| customers and the general public that The spiders are eight-legged, | PeCouteau, for St. Luck escape from the perils of exercise} And, lighting another cigarette
‘s IN| MEMORIAM 6.50—6n | ing to the nature and! priority thereof] nis AUCTION ‘MART is now located at with round, shiny black SS. Alcoa Puritan, 3,931 tone net [the ether smell in the hospita!|he asked me what in my opinion
| ——-+| respectively; otherwise such person | snephérd St Bridgetown opposite! abdi about the si f Ct. Kisby, for St. Vincent was sitively inv roti , 3
; FLAT — Modern semi-furnished Fiat| Will be precluded from the benefit of] Green Grocers Co. Everything bought lomens about the size of ripe JV. Student Prince, 233 tons net,|¥25 Positively invigorating was the best brand of Scotch
ee _| with 3 Large Bedrooms and every modern | the said Decree, and be deprived of all| from ee et sloes. In their jaws are fangs |c¢.»t. Thomassen, for Newfoundland
In loving memory of our dear mother} conven at Blue Waters’ Te: F laime i f you c ld for you. Remember whose a h
MARIE ELISE ADAMS, who deperte?| part:cul © inspect please phone 8279. 5 Siaehatiia hfe ates ‘notified. dnat the Grif™ith for service always within Siew hours reas i
on dune 12th 1946. i. 11.6.50.—6n. | must attend the said Court on Wednes seer aah, SepesTe anemone 5 Dial ar aS ; In Touch With Barbados
mie blow was hond., the shack Sevens = cnt te ahd dae OF Aue tee tt 13.6. 50—3n Because they are aggressive Coast Station
e thoug at death was near RIENT--On Sea. Fully furnished. | ‘0 o'clock a.m, when their said claim>| ~ oe and cannibalistic, the Black
Oily those whd have lost can tell / Situated in Bay Street. It contaie-| will b h Thee ws 5 ible ana Wireless (West Indies) Dtd
The pains of parting without farewe |, gallery, drawing and dini . Theo eae THE SUGAR INDUSTRY * Wido' are housed in four alee TARR LSRRIEPCiaL EiEy eulecet unitate Reesepedinieinieerenceeticeic stat as
ng ning rooms, twe viven under my han s . > mmuniicate — ~— —-—_—
; 3 d this 9th day of] To the Creditors hold: separate specially-built lass preerepenem
we ee be remembered by her| bedrooms, spare room, kitchen, Water | June 1950. against HILLABY Pope ae eee sp 'y glas: with the following ships through their MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZBA-| -~
jughters : toilet, bath and other conveniences, a'so Iv 1s Tee f rbados Coast Station:— LAND LINE LTD., (M.A.N.Z LINE) = = -
, ; : Lees » a's GILKES, container : 5 ~rbado, » MA ANE ——-- —-
Hertha Adams, Daisy Jones, (chiidren).| VI-VILLA, at St. Lawrence Gop, Nr | Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court TAKE NOTICE that 1, the Owner, All are feeding on living Se teat eae, Exito Misr, Orne ar |
SE feanaes. Seret Jonas tsevin-lew? | 5 are Ve coatetns Cawelee se alee of Appeal | of the above Plantation am about to Siewovites. which they catch apace California, Gillerest, Elizabeth, | SS. “CITY OF DIEPPE” sails Se My: Soneka” will accep
ands), EB SORE | rooms, three rooms, kitchen, wate . — . | obtain a loz ; surprising speed and ote x, Canadian Cruiser, Othello,| Adelaide May 19th. argo and Passengers for Dorm
13.6.50-—In eae od bath. Apply D'ARCY « Visions of the Maeve het aout "the ferocity. sp ees mee Puritan, Paulo, Uru.| 2nd Sydney June Téthe ‘Brisbane Fine poo Antigua, Mor at, §
° -- | SCOTT, Magazine Lane. said Plantation, in ih . All : vay, Stony Point, Brazil, Agamemnon, | Mth arriving at Trinidad about July 2ist tts, sailing Wednesday 14th
Intdoving memory of my dear ‘motue: | io tin OFFICIAL SALE nc adele : respect of the Agri- are now building webs, and iayeres, S. Vulfrano, Andrew A. Hum.| 8.8. “PORT WEL July ais June, 1950
LILIAN VIOLA PILE, laid to rest 13th : eatsural year. Bene: to BL. one has surprised officials by preys, Stella Lykes, Lady Nelson, | July/August er mes The MV. “Caribbee” will
ung, 1942 “ROOSEV —Maxwell Coast. Fully | BARBADOS the CAgrentcnay Aids Act, 1908, _— a large cream-coloured Dolores. Lady Rodney President pag Malbourne, pa at = ling a anita cept and Passengers for
She lived her Saviour to adore, furnished except for linen and cutlery IN THE ASSISTANT COURT ihove’ Act inh cihe’ ease inky ‘bad. ta ee which is thought to con- ere Pennant, Alcoa Ranger, Maria De| Sydney mid August artiving Trinidad Dominica, Antigua, Montsertat,
: As nteek!s all her sufferings ms 13 bedrooms: Graseing dining room, kitch- OF APPEAL respect of such year _ 7 2 "| tain t 100 baby spiders. Sesimoree sneenichen Torrance Hills, | @bout 9th September. St. Kitts-Nevis, sailing Friday
Sia. reeds: ginal: edge. 16 Got | Te cakiy ‘oom and. i avage and one (Equitable Jurisdiction) Dated this 13th y These should hatch i f =e ¥. Mi Alsto These vessels have ample space for eee
Ner murmured at his chastening rod,| Servants’ room and bath in the yard | GRACE MARIA GREENE... . Plaintiff SARIOR of June 1950 > ti a im a tew —_——— chilled, hard frozen and general cargo The M.V. “Daerwood” will ac
Sweet be thy rest | Erom ist July. Apply R. 8. Nicholls & Co.| GARFIELD SAVORY . Defendant N G. CLARKE, — me, Cargo accepted on through bills of cept Cargo and Passengers for St
And peaceful thy sleeping. Solicitors, elephone 3925. 151—2 Roebuck SRuVEMIss Liteher muon iat trees |, Owner The Black Widows are the first incing with transhipment at Trinidad for Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada,
Gas ae is gan oe Bee. S.50-—Sn: pa oi Deer of the Assistant Gourt of 13.6.50-3n\ geen in the Gardens since before e. British Guiana, Barbados, Winéwardt ane Aruba, sailing Sunday, Ith June.
mu art in his keeping ] 5 ie pea ted the 9th day of June 1950 the war. eC Leeward Islands. sane
el? —— ad fey ste TO LET—Fully furnished t bed- . eye ° ; NER re:
ye Fallend Js Jn a : Le eed room flat Kent House ‘August, Novembe So pall FES nye up for sale to_ the London Express Service FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD ee Ti Remeron SW ae
z es oe sifee auaaetietssome tet =~ OFFICIAL NOTICE NIGE AUTO “Awernon aprons Wi Suan a een Tau ee aa
, Os in. + es P A'germon nmonds, Winst che DA ©
haan oT is te ee ener the! BARBADOS. STRANGE AUTOGRAPHS ant on, (Clarence Alkins, Rudolph Den Keene ae ’ Telephone No. 4047
a o’cloc s Tas vel, , > : e oo ——~
~ FOR SALE ufternoon on Friday, the 25th aay ye in the Assistant Court of Appeal i LONDON, Brumas | nai “Forde. cut ead Edghill, Reat-
om S a August 1950, all that certain piece or] MARY EMitable Jurisdiction) London's biggest zoo draw in | Grecnidge, Gordon Greening Root!
Pet a - 7 i Bie . . jree e an
SSS PUBLIC SALES partes of sts pee te aie taut ee GOULBOURNE WILLIAM NILES years, is plagued by autograph | Par'inson, Bishop Beniley, Anne Bent: .
- == sh of St. John in this island con- if hunters. Children ask the baby | !*’. Marion Dear, Marguer
} ta wet cee t Dete ; Ss e baby ar, Marguerite Acostini
AUTOMOTIVE recive, aa oe Creatas Gate inh, Dursuance-of an Order in this Cuuz)| Polar bear's keeper to get Bru- | A! ae Joyce Edwards, Clar- 0.
See s e le ac p an, yee °
CAR—One 8 H.P. Wolsley in A-1 con-| AUCTION snd bounding on lands now or late of| of June 1950, action made on the 7th day | mas to ‘make a paw mark on|furey, Hector’ Bovell) tiie E an :
eian Deis only 18,008 telten, - Apoly I E, Bancroft on a road | tweive feet | having any estate, right or i all Persons | their autograph books —(C.P.) | Dellina Eaghill, Ctibor Dobias Venetia Inc.
B'doa Agencies Lid., Bay Street. Ring : e on lands now or late of M. Ince] any lien or incumbrance affecting Cane eereninn Jess, Kenrie Jess, Carina Jess
Evelyn 2987 18 80-3 I will sell on WEDNESDAY 14th at] oid on another road twelve feet wide] that certain piece or parcel of hk an guerite Rostant, Maine Bernard Mar naw :
on 3.6,.50—3n.] Black Rock, near “Danebury’, @ Double | or however else the same may butt] Situate at Cox Road in the aa ae ELECT INDIAN BISHOP law ’ _ reer. Tam sal” CRERANS: 568 288
. . ; Roofed Boarded and Shingled HOUSE} rnd bound, and if not then sold the| Christ Chureh and is) ae - . ~ From ANTI Aes,
CAR—One 1) Vauxhall 12° HP. | as follows: 16x9x8; 20x10x8; Shed 20x8.|scid property be set up for sale on | taining by sdcebanereent ten ade CALEUIEA. Goris Serves “ALCOA RANGER" a aoe
aw a aan as View, | Kitchen, Closet, enclosed yard with Iron | every succeeding Friday between the| fifteen and one half Perea oe hove: For the first time in history Waller ase Joseph Christopher, |S.8. ALCOA ROAMER |. | ).). |." " ja dune ea me
So on a aunties One ieee Boe Gus aievien, same hours until the same is sold for ae abutting and bounding on lands of the Anglican church an Indian| prom PURRTO RICO : ; see
CAR—One Vauxhall 14-6, good work-| painted in and out House is insured. ||" Bote soe lene Wings B65. Os. Od Star ‘a late of G, Graham on lands of] has been elected Bishop of Cal- Sylvia Gwenneth NEW YORK SERVICE
ing order. H. P. Herris & Co., Lower TERMS CASH Sennen N18 VG a ea res 1000 Martin taylor ands now or late of} cutta and metropolitan of India,| 9" ls GUAIRA salle Ar
o , 5 x i Me y on lands o! .. E E : ’ “harle: t Ps N.
Broa Street. Phone 445. 0. 8 | pial apa? R, ARCHER McKENZIE. _| Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court Weekes. anc. on the public road called Burma and Ceylon. He is the Rt. Spore cae Carla Freeman, | 38 ayayorp” tecceees 19th May hae
é : 3 whee of Appeal. |'auut mn beuen ever Sine she serpe tnay Rev. Aurobindo Mukherji, Bishop | trom GRENADA > + 9th June 17th June
MOTOR CYCLE—Francis Barnett, 144 | ———— —___—__—_—_— — _— ; account of their claims with their wit. |! Delhix-(C.P ) ‘|. Arthur Huskinson, Edna Carkide. | ———————
1 P.. works beautifully ‘Only $200 for a. instructions ot the NSoRANce aes —_—_—__— nese, documents and vouchers, ‘to be i ripapeetnn ae pings, Hugh CurtsideTippinge, a
guick sale. pply lesmond Johnson, | Company w sell on examine y me on any d £ V amey, Marion Sinw s, Stanle
Leaton-on-sea, Worthing. Tel. 8354 at 2 p.m, at the COURTESY GARAGE, OFFICIAL NOTICE | Friday between the nours on GLOOMY HEN-HOUSE han , mons, Stanley! ournBouND CANADIAN SERVICE
13.6,50—1n. WHITEPARK, Fee Ragan ae. 2 Geek. in the afternoon, at the CANISBURY, Caithness, Scot- *ARTURES— By BOW LAL N ' Sails Sails Arrives
1938 Va FORD TOURING CAR, both | BARBADOS. 1. of Appeal at. the Court House, Bonen land Felix Recalter, Louis Whart a oer oer mereeney
LIVESTOCK damaged by fire. TERMS CASH fequitanie gusta town, before the 23rd day of August 1990,{ _ horse-drawn hearse was] Alkins, Lewis Alkins, Philip tab $8. “ALCOA PURITAN" May 29th June 3rd Sune 13th
r R. ARCHER McKENZIE, WHEYMAN ARNETT GRIFFITH, in order that such claims may te rerikeg | sold here recently for £3. The| Norman Daysh, Jeffrey Kirton, Peter| ga “ALCOA bieaRls June 9th June 12th June 28nd
COW—One Graded Guernsey, fresh in Auctioneer . Plaintift according to the nature and priority Ww ain ieee mya testnad a Kong, Conrad Cook, G . Sry §8. “ALCOA PILGRIM” June 23rd J 26 ,
Enilt hiytuy “80. pints. ber day., AvoW idl wee, SAME VIOLA MPHIGINIA Wannionet aintif} thereof respectively; otherwise such no new owner is a chicken farmer Meret teaith Gani ds Milles NORTHBOUND June 26th July 6th
Cuthbert Rogers, Near Rices, St. Philip Satishans song, will be precluded from the benef? | 22d will use the hearse for 2) smith, Solomon Yufe, Vernon” Corbin Actives
10.6.50—3n In pursuance of an Order in this Court] aij eatin tee Decree, and be deprived of } hen-house, —(C. P.) Marjorie MeLeod, Hamish MeLeod,| S.S. “ALCOA PENNANT” Barbados sez
hog Coban Par ee ee HAMMER in the above action made on the 5th day} Claimant: re tzainst the said property ome George McLeam, Kenneth Hamel-Smith . June 12th — For St. John, Montreal and St. Lawrence
OND GANAAN GOAT, fresh in mix.| UNDER THE IVORY of April 1950, T give notice to all persons | molaimants are also notified that they | George Des Anges, Patricia Beane, S.S. “ALCOA PURITAN” Mere
gnd litter. Apply ,H w Webster. having any estate, right or interest in or sae ane oe he said Court on Wednes- ‘ Thomas Kinch. Coral Kinet Ma 5 4 / June 24th For Montr and St. Lawrence River
B.M.L.A. Society, dial 4238 or 2856 By instrurtions received from the] any lien or incumbrance affecting firstly | o’¢ i: rd day of August 1950, at 10 MAIL NOTICES Pelle, Margaret J hice ary ay STEAMER" Ports
13.6, 50—3n ou INSURANCE Company I will sell on| all that certain piece or parcel of land Beoraaiea” when their said claims will ovals argaret Johnson, Warren Ben- : July 7th For Montreal and St. Lawrence River
ree a St Reha oedk Saint ‘Michael an tiie isiahas panes or Given under my hand this 7th day of | qa gna Beliish Galena beth Trint- | For SAN JUAN These vessels have limited passenger siesboaen ti
yne’s Garage, le containing | June, 1950 y of] dad, and British Guiana by the S.S Jj % : ation
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Indian cricket. Gomez came out

and opened hi scoring after
Stollmeyer had simgled berry by
driving the same bail straight
back to tie sightsereen for four

The next over from Berry,

Gomez again jumped into one and
smacked it througb the covers like
a. jet projectile. This was his
Swan song, for 2 balls later he
atiempted the same thing to one
not so well pitched up and was
easily stumped. 141--6-—-8. This
was an unworthy stroke and he
was deservedly dismissed

Goddard came in and faced
what was Berrys last ball of the
spell, Laker being brought on next
over. It was a successful move,
although not from anything Laker
did to earn success

GoddarJ singled the first sharp-
ly to his onside, and sent doyn
Stollmeyer. Then the Trinidadian
brought a really glorious innings
to an end in a way whieh cid
justice to all that had gone befcre.
He hoisted Laker to long-on for
the sub Hough to take a eomfort-
able catch. 146-—7—78

I have said in yesterday's cable
everything there is to say about
Stollmeyer’s display. it was a
truly great effort, patient, full of
concentration, and productive.

Johnson came in and drowe
the first ball he received to the
left of cover for 4 to send up
150. He then hit the fourth de-
livery hard to the onside for 2
and hoisted the last safely over-
hea. for 2 boundary. Many
may have thought that he was
taking too many liberties, but a
batsman like Johnson can only
do the one thing, and should not
try to do anything else.

Goddard took
and Johnson
orthodex, though
through the covers for 4 from
Laker’s first delivery, defended
stoically until the last offering
which he hit well and truly way
over Dollery’s head on the mid-
wicket boundary into the crowd
for his second 6 of the match

two off Hollies,
after a really
express, drive

This carried him to 20 and the
score to 176. But the, partnership
had run its full course for Yardley
brought back Berry to clean bowl
the Jamaican with his first ball.
It was nevertheless a valuable 30
runs added and his contribution
had probably put quite a strain
on his sice, for he held hig ribs at
the end of each stroke.

Ramadhin went three balls later,
also clean bowled and _ without
adding a run. Goddard got a
single from Hollies’ first ball anc
sent up Valentine. The youngste:
batted the remainder in an at
mosphere of high tension, G
then on-drove Berry hard
the only scoring stroke before the
end of the innings which came
when Edrich caught Valentine at
second slip off Hollies’ second de-
livery in the next over. The
score was 183 and the match was

lost. It had taken England 62
minutes to finish off the match.
which, whatever may be said

about the wicket—and much can
be said, was exciting throughout
Perhaps the best indications of the
complete absorption those on the
field displayed in the matter in
hand is the fact that at no time
throughout the whole match war
th® presence of the water-boys re-
quired on the fleld.

This robbed the West Indian
spectators, accustomed to their own
two small boys tretting across the
field. a bit of a revelation, The
waterboy here is a dignified waiter
in a black tail coat followed at a
distance by two trim maids in
black dresses with white caps. It
is quite a surprise to a West
Indian when he first sees this jug
procession,

Scores
ENGLAND'S 1ST INNINGS 312
W.1. 18ST INNINGS

ENGLAND'S 2ND INNINGS
Simpson c Weekes b Gomez
Edrich ce Weekes b Ramadhin
D rte Gosden b Valentine

e Gomer b Valentine
Yardley i. w., b Gomez
Bailey run out .
Evans c Worrell b Ramadhin
Hutton ¢ & b Worrell
Laker c Stollmeyer b Valentine
Hollies c Walcott b Worrell
Berry not out

Extras: b. 17, 1b,

Total ‘
BOWLING ANALYSIS

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Gomez... 25 12 47
Walcott x 4 1 12
Valentine 56 21 100
Ramadhin 42 17 7
Goddard 9 3 12
Worrell : 55 1 10

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Youngsters
Reach Golf

Semi-Finals

A PAIR of youngsters, an intel- L
lectual combination, a couple of
local cup campaigners and two = oe
invaders from Ireland played —Say Returning Team
their way int the semi-final

round of the Dunlop four-ball,

The youngsters were David In-
and Johnny Grace, who

ana

niss
defeated William Atkinson

to play, O'Neal still had four
strokes and he took full advan-
tage of them, turning them inte
three birdies and an eagle, His
net 4 on the twelfth squared the
match, his net 3 on the thirteenth
put his side ohe up and his net 3

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TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1950







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best-ball competition at the
Rockley Golf and Country
over the week~end.

Rudolph Daniel Wins Silver Cup

EVERY MEMBER of the Barbados Basket-Ball team
which has just returned from Trinidad, has benefited in
many respects from the tour, Mr. H. R. Daniel, Manager-



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FOOT FEAT!
CROYDON, England
Len Strong, 27, and Aidan Phil-
lips both chire >odists, have
to walk from here to

The aecount for Y.M.P.C. was
opened by Bourne a few minutes
before
was

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SPORTRITES

Football Association

Following are this week's

Tuesday, June 18th. Raryers
Penrode at St. Leonard's
Referee O. Graham



salf time.
avarded after

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goalkeeper

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George Challenor on the last green Coach and player, told the Advocate yesterday. F in shades of
of their match. The Winniesey London Express Service He said that he was sure that what the Barbadians had Royal BI
; ‘ ; : yal jue,
were Bernard Rolfe and learnt about the game in Trinidad, would. improve their ;
Timpson, mester at the t ader standard of play in the future Fecpninn,
School “who eliminated Bryan Rovers verrun ee Oge Hue
Wybrew and P, D. MeDermott in The 10-man team compriving] in which the team was handled. White, ;
a play-off. The local nampa : Louis Greenidge, Reggie Forde, The Trinidadians, apart from
were Eric Manning and L, “Manny” Edghill (Capt.), “Ted-|aiming at a set standard, were Black.
Maskell, who routed J. R. Rodse even oa Ss ne dy” Greenidge, “Dinky” Alkihs,|fortunate in having the services
and Colin Bayley, and the over- ‘Woodie” Richardson, Algy Sym-] ef Hal Morrow, an rican coach 35 ins. wide
eeas invaders were James O’Nes ail monds, Rudolph Daniel, Louis] now residing in the colony. Their
= ‘ ne —"t ~— i’ e.twick-Rovers defeated Y.M.P.C. 7—1 in their Knock-Out} Dodson: and Clifford Gittens re- guitending players were comes
leo ot the last hole | «| Xdure at Kensington yesterday evening. Because of week-|tvrned from Trinidad on’ Sunday] Clarke, Ralph Gomes and Abdu!-
7 B. i eae
also at the last hole. «0G i ains the ground was soft and there was a pool of wate: afternoon by B.W.I1.A. ue Sea ane eer eee ane 8]
Handieap Man in front of the uncovered Stand. Under these cire...2iances Took It Seriously times just jumped and tapped the "
\ | he game was fairly slow. Tr ball into the basket, much to the
inniss, although only 15 years{ The goals for Pickwick were!Hill was penalised for holding the i yd ees ane that pat ae dismay of the Barbadian players, per yd
iG, was the low handicap man in jdivided between Malcolm|pball Hall, who’ took the kick | 44 Be aid ion Alene the wet Ace Pair
his ete sod ha » concede ane Proverbs, Wilkes and Taylor who|short passed to Bourne who shot ter players. He also ‘said that] Mr. Edghill, captain of the team,
of the others two shots, in spite ol scored two each while Robinson,|into the left corner of th goal 4 endorsed the above remarks. He
which he and his partner got off] their jeft winger, scored the othe: ee s every ae in a nee said that the outstanding players
’ 1 “Bp” > a he 1
‘h Ppngpry: my Ve hy nei Tie lone goal for Y.M.P.C. was| Pickwick nabeed wn edie ‘rat Bar be adians. ball handling, ‘finesse | 0D the Barbados team were Daniel a
ree up a e e holes.{ scored by Dick Bourne . 4 aie and Symmonds, and added that in \
But there Atkinson and oo Gold another goal before »alf time.| and technique. 4 addition to their height it was their " }
halted what started out to ee olden Chance Taylor, their inside left, receivea| Of the six games played, in- ability to understand each other .
stampede and halved six mat in game started with Pick-|a long pass from mid-field and he] cluding three tests and one un- which was important. He also men- :
a row. They won the twelfth, to weintt defending the north goal.|converted it into the nets. official game, Barbados won the tioned that a Silver Cup was pre- 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
reduces their opponents’ jead, but|Y-M-P.C. missed a golden op- official game against the Chinese gented to the oneat aastatane
lost the fourteenth and still were|Portunity to ecere when Bourne,}, After half time both teams|by a point and also the unofficial] iver on the Barbados team and ST eran
three down with “four ‘holes jo|after receiving a pass from Hall,|fought hard to increase their score| game against Sylebs, an Assyrian that was won by Danie! ; .
play. They then proceeded to win|took a feeble shot at the goal,|but it was not until about 10] team. vet
two of these holes, carrying the] Hill saved easily, minutes before the blow off that : el ae, és ‘ ‘ ‘
match to the final green, but Pickwick were quick in getting Pickwick again scored Wilke He said that they wernt in ae 2 SECSSSSOSSPS IO LCE LI EL PAF FOOD
couldn't quite recoup their early;off the mark. Wilkes opened their |beat his way down the right wing aoate! en poe Hin ‘hades . ;
4 PS > y ssed )
asses score with # hard low shot in the |@Nnd passed to Wells. Wells passed] 7 6ta) back doors unlike the turt}% YOU CAN DEPEND
er left corner of the nets after re-}back the ball to Wilkes and he] Vi rectangular wooden back %
Pimps¢ n and Rolfe were held to ceiving a long pass. Archer the |centred Taylor, who was stand- doors supported by a pole on
‘ draw hy Wybrew and McDer- Y.M.P.C. custodian, stretched out|ing by the right upright of the Barbadian fields. Although the ON
ae * See playing = on the ground but failed to reach{Y.M.P.C, bars headed the ball] court was strange to them, they
‘aoe eater Callie situation in tke me ball into an Open gee. soon got accustomed to it as time
Mey davis laveail, a ene his The second goal for Pickwick A few minutes later Malcolm} went on, but with two or three
partner nid little trouble sweep- was scored by Robinson, Wilkes|Proverbs scored the seventh.] of their players ill, he thought that A |
ing to an easy victory, 5 and 3. |2t centre-forward ran down the|Robinson took a shot at the goahl six matches in eight days were >
Luise ana’ dienes anit \,|tight wing and centred. Robin- pe Archer barely pushed out the| too much of a strain.
uaree ¢ five strokes respectively {08 who was boring through took]ball. Robinson, who was running _ ENRICHE
ae andaes tote fC tenia a one time shot while Archer was|through, headed it into the nets Team Was Short
of their handicaps and covered out of position, The teams were as follows:— He, however, felt that they
the first nine with a net best bail Third Goal Pickwick-R overs:— Hill, G.| would have been able to put up
Tetons cece ae as oe Proverbs scored the Proverbs, M. Foster, Mayers,]a better show if everyone whom
Pea tncke citi te winde ifitie at -~ & after receiving a Robinson, Hunte, Kelly, Wells, the Selection Committee had in~ . FOR CONSISTENT QUALITY
use of them, With thi ly ade [centre from Robinsgn o the left) Taylor, Wilkes and M. Proverbs. | Vited was available. Some of the/ ¥ '
vuntene Manning and Maskell wine. He just pushed it into the ved ree epaebets Sone it oes » x
’ . nets. -M.P.C. :— cher, Robinson, | leave while others could no $ :
— a or they eat ere By now Pickwick had the better| Hazel, Straker, H. Ingram, Dray-j the necessary funds. > All ae, getiante are
vas ar, as by Ww a 4.)of the but the Y.M.P.C.jton, Bourne, Skinner, Hall, Smith measurea_to the last ounce.
Fourth Match boys, atthough less experienced,|and A. Ingram an on te wale oe A +
did not lose hope and kept on :
In the fourth match, Gooding playing with courage. Wilkes een 0. a. : < Oe see Seow Se. TRY A LOAF TO-DAY.
. Ln Jinesm: _— "i 115 in >
and Vidmer managed to gain a! 2°tched the fourth goal for Pick-| , sonra es _— and in addition, they displayed ‘
one-hole lead on O’Neal and Egan] Wick after receiving a pass from a a lot of inexperience in the way ‘
at the sixth and clung to it Wells on the right wing. He ran FOGLE, SPOS DLO POPOL LL ELI PL PLP LSPPO
through the next five holes which ‘through and beat Archer with a |
were halved, but with seven holes} "’¢!! placed shot. Barbados Friendly

on the long fourteenth put the
Trish pair two up with four to
play. A win at the short sixteenth
kept Gooding and Vidmer within
striking distance and they appear-
ed to have the seventeenth well
in hand to get even, when again
O’Neal came storming from the
fifth fairway, where he had
hooked his drive tearing down
trees as he progressed and finally
sank a long putt to get a half
with a net 4, leaving his side one
up, by which margin they won,
The results, with handicaps in

parenthesis:

David Inniss (11) and John
Grace (14) defeated George
Challenor (13) and William

Atkinson (14), 1 up.
Eric Manning (8) and
Maskell (10)

L. J.
defeated J. R.
Rodger (4) and Colin Bayley
(10), 6 and 4,

M. Timpson (15) and Bernard
Rolfe (8) defeated Bryan Wybrew
(8) and P. D, McDermott (11),
5 and 3 (after a draw). .

James O'Neal (14) and J. Egan
(9) defeated R. P. Gooding (9)
and Richards Vidmer (Ser), 1 up



W.1. 2ND INNINGS

Rae c¢ Doggart b Hollies
Stollmeyer c

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sub b- Laker 8
Worrell stpd. Evans b ee “ 28
ves LD.w., b Hollies ....se..008 2
Walcott b Berry »
Christian c Yardley b Hollies 6
Gomez stpd. Evans b Berry 8
Goddard not out ....... .
Jonnson b Berry 22
Ramadhin b Berry 0
Valentine c Bailey b Hollies’ 0
Extras 5
Total 183
Fall of wickets: 1—32, 2—68, 3—80,
4-113, 5—126, 6-—141, 7—146, 8—178, 9—178
BOWLING ANALYSIS:
Oo M R WW
Bailey 3 1 9 0
Edrich ‘ 3 1 10 0
Hollies .. 35.2 11 63 6
cry : 26 63 4
Laker 14 4 43 1
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