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The Barbados advocate
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Thursday
Jame 15
1935 0.





— Rarbados Be Advocate -



Price:
FIVE CENTS
~ ae
Year 55.



“NOTHING BUT TROUBLE AND WAITING”

Cuke, Greenidge And |
Cummins Canvass For

Deep Water Harbour

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, June 14.
ME. JOHN DUGDALE, Minister of State for the Colonies
has been told that Barbados needs a deep water har-

bour soonest.
In a private interview at the Colonial Office, the Honourable
H. A. Cuke, Mr. C. W. W. Greenidge, and Dr. Cummins ex-
plained that the economy of the island was dependent
upon such a harbour in order that bulk loading of sugar
might be possible.
They pointed out that the sugar industry in the West Indies |
was faced with a vanishing supply of jute bags since India, |
owing to increased industrial production, was using more
and more of her bags at home. |
—_—-———_-- 4 Mauritius had been forced to |
produce at home one-third of the |
sugar bags she needed, and Cuba |
had recently put down a_ bag-
making plant at a cost of approxi- |
mately £600,000. }

The B.W.I., Mr. Dugdale was
teld, had not sufficient space t

}
|

grow fibre producing plants, anc ‘Lab W; | ~

so it was inevitable that when | our ar¢ Ss

the supply of Indian

: te bags ran | r
out, they would have to ship| Off | T r
tneir sugar in bulk. : - Ww oO ory

Ships ot be loaded in bulk |
neh Challenges





‘Cénsievetinns
Pledge Aid
To W.I. Sugar

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, June 14.
Conservative MP’s meeting the

MIDDLE WATCH
Hugh Papham, A

Photo le

B.W.I. sugar delegates officially} unless the harbour is sufficicnttly |
ai the House of Commons this] deep for them to come right
afternoon pledge themselves to] alongside. But if this sathodec' |

support the West Indies case. loading were possible—and Tate LONDON, June 14
For an hour and a quarter}/#"d Lyle in experimental shjp- Britain's Labour Government

delegates. and MP’s exchanged] ‘ent last year proved it was| survived two Conservative attack

question and answer on matters} Practicable—savings on- bags /in the Mouse of Commons toni



of mutual interest and then Mr.| Wold be considerable

Albert Gomes, leader of the West
Indies delegation explained fully
the West Indies’ case.
Sober Outlook
He said the Government's atti-

by -vote majorities t def
Barbadians suggested that the | eq iss ieation a iat
sugar producers would probably | aholish the Government + incre ’
be prepared to contribute a large of nine pente « salt 3
percentage of the money thus ae 309 Fem ee
Save to the cost of building the |?" _°02 to 288 votes ‘
harbour and ‘that the toll could| %45t before midnight it defeat:



tude was making it impossible for| be taken on every ton of sugar |®ether Opposition move to
people in the West Indies to main+ exported. jexempt from the extra tax
tain a sober, rational outlook. Mr. Dugdale appeared to be |mechanically propelled invali

The delegation itself was being| very interested in what he had |chairs by 300 votes to 286

nearly swept away by waves of|/been told, and asked several| Two members had disappeared
resentment at the rejection of} questions. from either side, so that the
additional tonnage. After the meeting, Mr. Green-| majority remained the ame

Conservative MP’s, with Mr.
L. D. Gammans in the chair,
listened attentively to his words
and afterwards assured the dele-
gation they would do everything
they could to help get the B.W.1.
claims met.

Support fer the West Indies’
case continues to gather momen-
tum every day. In addition to the
help promised by Conservative
MP’s and the British Housewives’

TURNS DOWN
League, two other organisations| TRUMAN OFFER |

Mr. PTR aie NEW YORK, June 14 |

, t Mr. Robert A. Lovett former

Tomorrow a joint statement! Under Secretary of State has |

from the Empire Industrial Asso- turned down President Truman’s

ciation (whose President is the | oer to head the North Atlantic

Right Honourable L. F. Amery? | freaty’s new permanent organisa-
and the Empire Economic Union

) See Lee eel Londoh and it was reported
(Secretary Sir Herbert Williams) | to-day in Washington that the po-

idge told me “unless the Barba- |These were the twelft and
dos Government makes the first | thirteenth Conservative challenge
at we cannot expect to get | nn mublie businese since the new
any results. | Parl: P tead tahitead on March
The Colonial*Office might think a yehdpakh was returned on Mar
Barbados is too small for such a | ey
poheupe. which would cost about |
000,000, but we think it would |
be well worth it.” . | Armed Force Is
Ne Guarantee

For World Peace

WASHINGTON, June 14

Mr. Paul Griffith, United State
Assistant . Secretary of Defence,
said today no armed force could
guarantee peace and freedom to
the world. Only closing the broad
eulfs between opposing systems ‘n
the human family and by making





is to be circulated to all MP’S| explaining exactly what the West] Averill Harriman or Mr. Lewis |Sttuments for attaining the human
Indies are seeking, and asking}pouglas. The New York Times |*@tisfactions that are the

that their demands should be sup-|diplomatic correspondent James

Reston reporting this and discuss- | Ship be achieved” he said in
ing the many important posts |SPpeech here. “In this field we ar
which President Truman has to fill,| Making progress. We have given
said that the chances were that the | and are continuing to give gener
list of vaeancies would get longer | ously of our goods to rehabilitat
before it got shorter, “Mr. Paul|the war-torn lands and the econo
G. Hoffman, head of the E.C.A. has our friends in the fre
not been in the best of health re- (Reuter.)

cently, and rumours persist that

he will leave before the end of the |
(Marshall) programme” he said
“Likewise Mr, Harriman, Roving
Ambassador in Europe, is begin-
ning to get homesick,—( Reuter.)

ported.

BODET RESIGNS
U.N.ES.C.O.

LAKE SUCCESS, June 14.
Mexican Director General of
the United Nations Educational,
Scientific and Cultural Organi-
sation, Dr. Jaime Bodet to-day
handed in his resignation to the
Organisation's fifth genera] con-

ference meeting in Florence.
—Reuter.

mies of
world

9 Airmen Die
In Plane Crash

AUSTRALIANS [IGNORE | esxxsuva0ia, sn
STOP WORK ORDER _9.2°c3tes Mec cet





PENNSYLVANIA, June 14

when



WOMEN ALL OVER THE SHIP

in Musgrave,

goal of
mankind, can international
1

me

A scene
it to right

from ‘he

Barbados Dramatic Club's premiere of the
snows;

Bert Sisnett, Pauline Dowding, Norman Wood,

BARBADOS DRAMATIC
CLUB SCORE FIRST HIT



Club have already announced the date of their next pro
duction, Because last night’s performance of the Middle
Watch won them latels with a success which is worthy
ot the effort they hage made to increase the number of
plays that ean be see® in the island.

Nar See, eae a The full cast of his team con-
tributed to last
and Norman



night’s triump!
Wood’s persona:
heroism in appearing 80 soo
after a very
matches his production of a
play in which he also wins a
large slice of of the acting hon
ours

Ann Musgrave, the gay Ameri-
can, proved as great a find for
the club as did Dr. Klevan for th«
Bridgetown Players in While The
Sun Shines

Edward Cook was all

SPORTS _
WINDOW

Miekwick-Rovers
al Mensing.ocn
| emi-iinal game ot the
| 1o..0ut Compe uwhon
winner of this game wil!

2 of (he finalists en Satu:
| day and “it Will be interesting to
| eS waether Sparian will defeat
| iekWick-Rovers and advance
|
i
\

serious










tep further in retaining their

K. QO. cup which that an

noid on the

they won last year sar whather | O88 should be and Idris Mills as
cumngtoniaes wal turn he Corporal Duekett brought down

abies and figure as one of the | the house,

inalists s

| 7 The Raison family were repre-



| Cariton Y.M.C.A.’ and ' ren

} Cariton will replay their setond | sented almost in full st ath,
round | éxture which they drew | however , conducting a police

A THERA band some of whom had_ heen

KO 'ed Empire || modernised with red on

yesterday afternoon have drawn their
the winner of the | Gau.oc, | Shell jackets and cuffs; daughter
Â¥oM.C.A. repay game and wil ples a young debutante and Bric
figure in the second semi-final on doing a slick Chinese Roy

Priday
. ‘ It was a wonderful firs t
The finals of the Knockout | dertu irst night

competition are scheduled for | for a Dramatic Club and the

Saturday, June 17 ; applause of the large audience

| Suggests that Barbados’s theatre

| 80ers approve of this excellent
U.S. Jet Plane |
ry }
Will Be Mass
|
|



addition to the local acting talent
Produced

-_—_——
NEW YORK, June 14,

Troops Operate
Telegraphs
Assembly lines af the Lockheed
Aircraft Faciory at Burbank,

: SANTIAGO, Chile June 14.
Troops today operated an emer-
;gency telegraph service in Chile,
"tae all other postal services
\ i thr:
adttar are to be devoted ex- | eee eee eae +
clusively within the ne) ! | eonti a Od: fF :
weeks to the producti Pd ‘continuance of a “24 hour strike
latest American jet fi ater ‘t the | called yesterday by post office
ates a ras | ;
,announeed today r ae as: peepee: The strikers are pro
i 4 z esting against Parliamentary
he ne ane whieh is ;
The new plane which is to go delay in approving a Bill granting

into production for the armed 4 ivi
m : a 39 “rease ‘iv
forces is the Lockheed F94, de- ae as er pad A ‘

velopment of the F80 “Shooting
Star”, and is the Air Force’s first
all-weather jet fighter,

Equipped with radar for fiying
and fighting regardless of dark-
ness and weather, it will be the
'tirst United States Air Force jet
fighter capable of round-the-clock







Smuts Resigns
Leadership
Of Opposition Party

Elkins, West Virginia,‘today. The! defence of the United States whe
. | . - estates when “AD C
0 ommuni. J ead | wreckage on the top,of Spruce] it goes into operational use x CAPET' IWN, June 14
if C ist ers Mountain is about 110 miles! A substantial number has been Field Marshal Smuts who is

southwest .of the Olmsted Base at
14 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where
the Air Force had reported that
me of its two motor B25 Mitchell
bomber planes with nine aboard
was missing.—Reuter,

MELBOURNE, u. ;
Thousands of Australians today ignored a 24-hour s!opwork
order by their Communist leaders, and turned up io work
as usual. Communist Union leaders called on 50,0 rater-
side workers, engineers, building workers and ship nters
to strike in protest against the Government’s Bill to © ssotve
the Communist Party, now before Parliament. mf

THREE KILLED
Sag tice eeetireeetie ie +t Many remained at

: - > .
“ z \ cluding coal trimmers and dockers IN EXI LOSI N
Niemoeller iasisete se Sa MADRID, June 1



work, in-

Wales. A military powder magazine

-2 oO T | Melbourne and Adelaide dock-|@xPloded today near Valladolid,

ing n our | ers rejected a proposal from their killing three persons and injuring
controlled Federal |7!.

‘Communist
‘Executive to join forces with the
Seamens and Miners Unions to

The explosion followed just one

VY. od e 14
WIESBADEN, June week after .a rfilitary powder

German Evangelic leader D:







Martin Niemoeller announeed here | fight the Bill. dump blew up at Nampino near

that he would start a tour of In Melbourne the dockers voted peat ‘i
ritain. anada the! against the proposal by almost oday’s explosion was at Pina

wate ; * i 13500 votes to 120. de Antequera, 5 miles f Valla-

United States on

Saturday. i
Answering German criticism of

his recent speeches, Dr. Niemoeler
said in a statement issued here,
that he was opposed to Comm un-
ism but also rejected war as “the
only means to defend Christianity
aga Bolshevism”.

Ke whole misery of our con-
tinent Bies im the fact that hith=rto
we have been unable to produce

a real spiritual power and 2
spiritual message against Bol-
shevism, he said”.

“The christian church is not

afraid of Communism because
not even the gates of hell will de-
feat Christianity ”

ROBERTSON FAVOURS
SCH UMAN PLAN

ERLIN, June 14
General Sir Brian Robertson,
British High Commissioner in
Germany, said here today chat
the Schuman Plan is a “most valu-
able and courageous contribut'c
towards the solution c* the
lem of Franco-German
with beneficial effects for
as a whole. I am confident sh.
they can and will be given prae-

tical realisation” he said

—(Reuter







—(Reuter)!



dolid in Northern Spain,
people rushed out into the streets
after the blast.—Reuter.

{ Wictorian Seeretary of the Wa-
| terside Workers Federation H. E.
'Clarke said “this should spell the
{death knell of all Communists in
| the Federation.” He said the pro-
| pesal was “a move to establish a
}Communist bloc for political pur-
poses only”. Dockers in Sydney
and Brisbane supported the bloc
plan. In Sydney they decided to
'eall a nationwide stoppage if any

Recover 27
Crash Victims

3AHREIN, June
Twenty-seven













‘= Dats or ee eae day recovered from the Air Franec
bea re ; : Skymaster which crashed » th
office under the Bill—Reuter- Persian Gulf near here eat es
terday, kAling 45 of 5
‘ ’ t nher f
pants. The total numt ri rc be
~ French Condemn [22% The 2
men, eight w and ‘tw th

tee .

British Policy girls were recovered tod Th
* had not vet been ident

PARIS, June 14. -Reuter
The French Socialist Party
, today condemned the _ British}
Labour Party's policy statement |
on the Schuman Plan and Euro-}
pean unity. A communique from!



PLANE MAKES
FORCED LANDING





Socielist headquarters regretted | PARIS

that British Socialists had pub-} A four - engined A

fished a statement showing a deep| plane with 28 passense

change im their attitude to Furo-|made an emergency lar

pean unity on th é yne wheel at Le Be V"
ternational ing. I!|tonight. All passengers were

was a change which the French|The plane had used t (
Socialist Party could not endorse ’ vious attemp {rer
it said.—Reuteer its jammed undercarria Rout

yvnerre;

bod ic ere to-

lying ill at his home near’ Pretoria,
has given up his position as Par-
liementary “Leader of the United
Party Opposition owing to his












; ordered, it was stated. Details of
jits performance were not given.
\ —Reuter.



Jong illness, it was announced
o tomight.
Appoint German Smuts’ successor as Opposition
Leader, 49-year-old
Consul To U.K. Strauss, has been regarded as one

of the strong men of the United
Party ever since his appointment
to the Cabinet in 1944. As a young
man he had a brief
Private Secretary to Field Marshal
Smuts. —Reuter

LONDON, June 34.

Hans Schlanges-Schoeniggan the
{rst Consul General of the Feder-
al Republic of Western Germany,
will arrive in London next Friday,
Tt was officially learned. He will
be accompanied by an Assistant,
Herr Von John, who, together
with the Deputy Consul, Dr
Rosen, who is already in London,

Not True





| l) form the nucleus of the staff BERLIN, June 14
| f the Consulate General. The British authorities here to-
| —Reuter. day described as “absolute non-}



sense” rumours that the Alliea
Counter-intelligence Services were

| Withdraws Request Investigating a report in a West
| ; Berlin newspaper alleging that
| BUENOS AIRES, June 14. |Mr. Jobn Peet, Reuter’s former

correspondent here, had had con-
tact with atom scientists Dr. Klaus
Fuchs and Harry Gold, recently
arrested in the United States.

An official British
said that the British Public Safety
Division and Counter Intelligence

Government has asked the Sen-
late to return its request for the
,; Upper Chamber’s approval on
{nomination of Oscar Tascheret as
|Ambassador in India. This fot-

lows Tascheret’s recall by the
| Foreign Ministry from New Delhi

jwhere he was recently involved{knew nothing of any enquiries
}in a nightelub incident with an{into this report, which he thought
—Reuter. ‘ ridicuTous.—Reuter.

| Englishman

500,000. MAROONED
| IN BENGAL



45 LIVES LOST: 20 INJURED BY CYCLONIC STORM ine LCs the questian of

The
from

latest wireless
Darjeeling,

mes-
summer

i CALCUTTA, June 14. night.
Food and medical supplies are | sages

jbeing dropped from the air at|canital of the West Bengal Gov-
Darjeeling and Kalimpong for the |ernment, said flood waters were
hill district’s 500,000 population | now receding People from dan-





marooned by the last few days'|ger points have been evacuated
lonic torm, the worst inj/to safer places in schools and

Bengal for 50 years Landslides | other public institutions No e@s-
e ¢ med 4 es and caused | timate of the damage

avail-
iries to 20 he

in Darjeeling a West; able but it ws
confirmed to- very

expecter
(Reuter.)

heavy



|

|

|
|
|

illness |'

15 GOOD NEWS to know that the Barbados ~ mination to

Jacobus Trygve Lie, United Nations Seecre-

gal nt $130m Trade Pact

spokesman | close cultural and commercial tie:

‘‘You Can Have It’’ Baldwin
S Africa LLL Reporter
Sitting On | “I’m Worn Out”

|

(From Our Own Correspondent)
A Voleano LONDON, June 14,
CAPETOWN,

[ARL BALDWIN, Governor of the Leewards

me until he retired “for health and personal rea-

South Africa was warned to
Rates Mtinister of Justice, —_ gons’’, has returned to England. He landed today
itiom among the native: from the French liner “Gascogne’’ which docked

‘y Communists”, was prepar-
nye a coup on a date to be named
Moving the second reading of
overament’s suppression of
mimunism Bill in the House of
sembly, he declared that mem
of the organisation wero
rained and instructed and place:
: all the most important depart-
ts cf public life
On a given date, when ‘a
secret sign” was given, one!
mon would be ordered to poison
water supplies. Anether would

at Plymouth in the early hours of the morning.
Limping as he walked down the gangplank, Lord
Baldwin said lack of vitamins had affected his legs.

He leaned heavily on a stick,

Interviewed by reporter Gordon Holman, Lord Baldwin
said hi: health had been the main reason for giving up his
job. “1 am worn out” he said. “If you con do a joh fo° two
years and.two months without a day off with nothiv« but
trouble and waiting for something to happen—you can
have it”,

cut off power and light at power He stoutly denied that he had
stations, Others were trained te yd started to pack his bags
murder people they wanted ou P&cause he was Qsgusted with

strikes in the islands. “That's a
lie,” he said, “Ask my orderly”

indicating his tall coloured ser-
Party offices, which was only one, V@nt Corporal Egbert Francis. “)
indication of Communist deter-| ly staried to pack two days %
gain control of the} before I left

Not the End

I have only a couple of rugs
ivon and steel workers se odd things”. Lord Baldwin

of the way
Mr, Swart said he had a
obtained from the

list,
Communist

Trade Unions j
Trade Unions which had Com- |
munist members ineluded thos:
representing municipal employees, !
teachers
laundry, railway and harbour | Ventured to suggest his departur:
workers, commercial travellers | Would not be the end of his asso
end journalists, “We in South} ciation with Antigua
Africa are sitting on a voleano,” “tL do not think people
will forget me in a
continued. “I was called all sorte
of things—biggest bounder that
ever went out by one section, and
a sort of sa'nt by another, They

there
he said burry,” he
“Even South Africa's eldest
statesman, now battling against
death (General Smuts), has de-

scribed Communism as this sinis-







ter, eerie and silent process.” were both wrong,”
Reuter Now he is back in England
Lord Ba'dwin would like to see

{Prime Minister Attlee

|, “But I don't expect he will
want to see me.”

| When it was suggested to him

|that his own straight-speaking

Rosa Is Most
Beautiful
au ifu j had led to the belief that he was
e _@ not satisfied with the support he
Pilgrim got from the Socialist Govern-

| ment, Lord Baldwin shrugged his

ROME, June 14 shoulders and replied:

A girl from the Philippine ° >
Islands was to-day elected the Cost Him £1,000
most beautiful Catholic pilgrim to “ e alos
come to Rome so far in the Holy Fn a portent, ie Saniad
Year by the Italian newspaper changed, at nt. He uapaalan that
It Messagero. Rosa Gonzales of}: pad cost him over £1,000

Longoyen in the Philippines, was
described by the paper as having
“a strange face, neither European
nor Oriental, black eyes, blue-
black-hair She was like a vis- Governor was expected to do ‘
ion. Also mentioned in the Mes- “A married man cannot do it
sagero's list of pilgrim beauties |@"d a bachelor must have private
were the Princess De Rethy, wife means,” he said. “Trinidad and,
of King Leopold of Belgium, and | Barbados are the same”
Carmen, Duchess of ‘Villaverde, Asked “Will you get another
daughter of Generalissimo France | job from the Government?” Lord
of Spain. Baldwin replied “I never ask for
The paper added that the exotic | a job and [ do not expect that
pilgrim beauties of the Orient] they would offer me one.”
were ‘far more outstanding than °
those of Purope. “French, Eng- Journalism
lish, Belgian, German and Dutch

annually above his £2,755 salary
to run Government House in the
Leewards, and to entertain as the



Earl Baldwin, on the pier as he
left Antigua at the elose of his
| governorship.

Adopt COE Motion

BONN, June 14

The Foreign Political Commit-

women have not madea_ great He expects to live in London | tee of the West German Parliament
impression” the paper said “As}and has brought back with him | adopted the Government's motion
for the American women, we now | two large cases of paintings by|for entry into the Council of
know the type and have got used | the youth of the Leewards which |Europe by a small majority,

lo them.” Reuter he would like put on show in the | Parliamentary quarters said today.

Press Club No details of the meeting were
He expects to return to his pro-| disclosed,
fession as a writer,



—Reuter.

Canada Approves

Peace Mission

OTTAWA, June 14,
Canada is urging the western
powers to find a way to get started
again, the United Nations Atomic
Energy Commission, now bogged


















SSS

THE BARBADOS ~
MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY

ESTABLISHED 1840



down by the Soviet refusal to
work with Chinese Nationalist
delegates. She wants a discussion

of international controls. Mr
Lester Pearson, Canadian External
Affairs Minister, disclosed this in
a statement to the House of Com-
mons External Affairs Committee,
in which he expressed his approval
of the recent peace mission of Mr.

Policyholders who draw their

tary General to London, Paris and
Moscow —( Reuter.)

Matured Endowments

during

1950 are receiving the follow-

Concluded

BONN, June 14.

Dr. Vollath Von Maltzan, leader
of the recent German Trade Dele
gation to Brazil, said today that
| “thanks to enthusiastic Brazilian
co-operation’ the $130,000,000
trade agreement between West
Germany and Brazil had been con-
cluded in record time

He thanked the Brazilian author
ities, people dnd press for thei:
hearty welcome wherever the
German delegates went and thei
willingness to help in enabling the
two countries to resume forme

ing amounts for every $1,000

of Assurance:—





Matured
Class

Value





$1,155



—Keuter.

Ask Removal Of
ICAO Headquarters

MONTREAL, June 14 |

$1,242

|
|
|
\

$1,409

| The Executive Committee of the

| International Civil Aviation Or | 25 ie ” $1,606
tganisation decided to-day to sub-}

{mit to vlenary session of th





remov-

ibn Sicri it gr ff J Ne WALCOTT
DENIS ATKINSON

expected to take up the matter on}
Canvassing Representatives

| Saturday. The proposal for a move |
C. K. BROWNE

was advanced earlier in the pres |
Secretary.

ent session’ by Mexico, supported
| by other Latin can countries

The Mexicar

att
uid it
was made on the round of:
“equity” and not because of ar
to Montre |



esentative s

objection

—Reuter

Se








PAGE TWO



IS EXCELLENCY the Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Savage were
among the huge crowd that at-
tended the Barbados Dramatic
Club’s theatre debut last night at
the Empire Theatre. It was their
first production of the hilarious
comedy by Ian Hay and Stephen
King Hall—“The Middle Watch.”

Girls !
N the first night of MIDDLE

WATCH, young ladies se-
lected from their association with

Commerce were selling Pro-
grammes The two Banks—Bar-
ciays, and The Royal Bank of
Canada will also be represented
by glamour members of their
staffs, when the ‘Barclay’ girls
handie the Thursday nigne woiie
the ‘Royal’ girls take care of the
Friday night programmes, I know
of severa!t youngsters who will
wisn to go to the show every

nignt just to buy a programme!
rew People Knew

EW people in Barbados who

saw Middle Watch last night

knew that Norman Wood was

suffering from pneumonia only a
short time ago.

With the grim determination
that “The Show must go on,”
Norman has made an amazing
recovery Had he not done sb,
the show might well have had to
be postponed as another member
of the cast is leaving shortly for
the United Kingdom’ on holiday

1 learned this from one of the
cast after the show last night

Lives on The Morne
FTER about eighteen days’
holiday in Barbados, Major
and Mrs. Henry Grist returned to
St. Lucia yesterday afternoon by
B.W.LA.

In St. Lucia, they live on top of
the Morne in one of the many
barracks which Major Grist, as
the land agent of the War De-
partment, looks after. These old
Military Barracks on the Morne
Hill once housed English Regi-
ments but are now divided into
flats.

Mrs. Grist, unfortunately ‘went
down’ with the influenza shortly
after she arrived here and was
unable to do much ‘getting
around.” They were staying at
Stafford House.

For Summer Holidays

ISS MAUREEN WINTER,

who arrived here from Can-
ada on Saturday by T.C.A. left
yesterday afternoon for St. Kitts,
which is her home. There, she
will spend her Summer Holidays,
before returning to Barbados to
connect with T.C.A, for
where she will commence her
third year in Science at McGill
University.

Was Visiting The

Leewards
R. STANLEY DALGLEISH,
who is with the Royal Bank of

Canada and who has been on a
visit through some of the Leeward

Islands arrived by the Lady Nel-¢ [jocoy)

son yesterday morning,» left, the,
{ship here, and went on to Trini-

dad yesterday afternoon by’
B.W.LA. ie
He spent the day at \pe Ocean

View Hotel.
A Scotsman '

Canada;



a
’

CRACITA FAULKNER

Arrived Yesterday




ISS GRACITA FAULKNER

the West, Indian born U.S
lyrical soprano, arrived yester
cay morning. from Domine

Lady Nelson” to give a ser
of song recitals in “Barbadé







i Faulkner is touring
West Indies and has already vis
Antigua Kitts Mor
errut and Dominica
On Short

Visit

RRIVING yesterda 1ornir

by the “Lady Nelson” fron
Dominica spend a couple of
weeks in Barbados Mr. 1. N





Shillingford, Managing Directoy
& CO. s gf and Ce.,
Dominica was met at

Baggage n

Warehouse by Mr. Cyri
Volney ae wheat
staying

Intransit

y the Lady Nelson ‘

I NTRANSITI
yesterday was Mr. Neil Store

wh ng to British Gu







alter SIX and a nalf months in the Mi JOHN YATES, atter
U S. and C anada. His father Mr two-day visit to Grenada,
Edward M. Storey is the Head- returned yesterday by B.w.].4:.
master of the Enmore Government in ume to catch ine T.C a.
School in B.G. fught which leaves Barbaaos on

nie >acurday .
Second Visit Mr. Yates, who is with {he
PTEK spending four and one Head Office of Sun Lie yi
4 naly months out of his six Canada in Montreal has been
months’ leave in Barbados, Mr here tor about two eee. EG
S..¢ Jones, Senior Sanitary 0% the recommendation a 1.1
inspector of the — City Public li. C. Coilier, the _Batituc ana
ieaith Department, Georgetown, Secretary of the Canada West
returned to British Guiana lasp /4les Magazine, and whom he
aight by the “Lady Nelson’, sic K2OWS very well, he took the
wus accompanied py his we, opportunity of going to Grenada
Jana they were staying ac Secret Service

Foren scan y Holetown, St IR WILLIAM STEPHENSON,
This was Mr, Jones’ second Dead of Herida | Develop-

visit to the island, and he sai
Pina
holiday
liwre to
‘leave.

He hopes to

spend his next
His first visit was i
er 1935 when he
mine weeks. ;
ae.

returi

/ Dark Argument
j HEAR that Gus Newton, fron

Trinidad, recently in charge o
the Trinidad stand at the B.LF
is thinking of* approaching





will be

na Leaving on Saturday

ne had quite an enjoyatbie
long

spent

the
R. THOMAS D. TOWERS, | television variety people in Eng-

Carub Calling

Busman’s Holiday

official in the Colony's
on holiday, he wants experienc
in workings of a British Port, an

Evelyn, aged 30, unmarried,

West Indian cricketers in action

Returned After Short
Holiday

i ISS LUCIE ANTONI

holiday in Barbados,
‘“‘vinidad yesterday
».W.1.A. She was staying a
Accra”, Rockley,
To Visit Her Parents
RS JACK MARSON
~ her baby daughter,
ure due to leave
for British Guiana by B.W.1.A
Mrs
ibout one month on a visit t
her ~parents, Mr. and Mrs
Stephen Psaila of Georgetown

Gathering Material For
A Book

returned t&

M* JAY SINGH, British
Guianese freelance journal
ist, is touring the Caribbear:

gathering material for a book
be illustrated with photographs
which he has taken during }
Visits to the various islands
Travelling as a guest of B.W.1
Airways as far as Jamaica, he
left yesterday for the
Islands, continuing

tour

his

2uela and Barbados When he
eaves Jamaica he will be goi
on to the United States and Eng
land

Barbados in his opinion is
f the best spots in the world
taking photographs, espec
vlour film
to return here to live




which
the

ment Corporation

1 group of hotels in

i

last week, «From 1940 to

| Security Co-ordination in
Western Hemisphere.

, highest honour America

for three years.

Colonial Auditor in Grenada and to try and persuade them to

arrived yesterday by B.W.LA.

from Grenada and left last night which he and Harry Crossman,
by the Lady Nelson for St. Vin- from British Guiana, would do a

cent on a short visit. '
A Scotsman, he has been in
Grenada for about

month. While chatting with him “dark argument” in Barbados
at Seawell, he told Carib, that qdijalect, and have been broadcast-
oe pe rhe living = oe ing to the W.1. regularly since
Fralan a ies, he was still backing .1947, “There ig a wealth of

ie Barbados he knows Mr material in Britain today for
Petrie and was sorry he had not these “arguments”, said Newton,
arrived in time to meet Professor “@2%4 we could bring in all the

Beasley before he left for England
on leave. He also knows Mr.

ture quite well 8 Saami!





Tun a series of programmes lt

double act in various West Indiat
dialects. In “London Town’, a

eighteen television programme, they had a

dialects of all the islands.” if

Television follows up this idea, it of
Cecil Skeete, Director of Agricul- will be something new for British

audiences.

1 On 29 Days’ Leave

rived from Trinidad about
) a week ago is here on twenty-

days’ leave and is
at “Accra”, Rockley.

Passed First Exam

i nine

that Mr. George E. Solo-
Inon, until recently an Assistant
Master at Combermere )
has passed his first examination
in Medicine at the University
British Columbia, Vancouver
Mr, Solomon was placéd first
in Mathematics, French and
Biology.



BY THE WAY » BEACHCOMBER

HE Mayor who said bluntly
that- courtesy to foreign
visitors means dollars should be’
reminded of the visit, a year or
two ago, of the Owph of Goboria
to a trade exhibition in this coun-

uy. tae

He took with him his 41 wives,
and ordered a culvinometer for
each of them. When he offered
to pay cash down, the salesman
assured him that they would never
think of such a thing. Smilingly
they bowed him to the exit, having
handed over to each wife a cui-
vinometer, packed daintily in a
tasteful little box. That night the

Owph cleared out, The culvino-
meters were stolen from _ his
baggage on a Balkan frontier,

They were found on a dump in
Negroki, bought by an agent of
the Food Ministry, and arrived
back here as Crofton separators
After eight months at the docks
they were used as the foundation
for a new road in Westmorland
And all this was done by courtesy

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longer attracted by an ugly, un-
nygienic, incommodious trap, with
a bit of inferior cheese displayed
without art or showmanship
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and a panelled wainscot, central

heating, steel chairs, and a
chromium bath. He wants to see,
hanging from an_ old-fashioned
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whole Brie or Camembert. Then
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‘ N increasing number of com-

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

VER in England for a six
months’ stay is Mr. Josepi
Evelyn of British Guiana, a1

Transport
and Harbours Department, Though

hopes to get this by arrangemen
with the Port of London Authority
has
never been to England before. He
will not, of course, miss seeing the

whe
i has been spending a short

afternoon by

and
Mary,
this afternoon

Marson will be away for

Leeward

which has already taken him tc
ct Trinidad, British Guiana, Venc

1g



He hopes one (9)

owns a
island,
arrived in London with his wife
1945,
Sir William was Director of British
the
For hig war
work, President Truman conterrec
on him the Medal of Merit, the
can
; bestow on a civilian; he was the
first foreigner to receive it. Sir
William has not been to England

ISS PEARL LEWIS, who ar-

staying

EWS HAS just been received

shool.

THE NEW MATERIAL IS

ter

CALLED ORLON

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ft ts readily washabte—no
need for dry cleaning. is warin
yet light in weight; no shrinkage
in the wash; littl ironing
needed; not subject to mildew,
moths won’t eat it; it is the most
resistant of all known fibres to
sunlight
What is it?
it is orton. a second sister to
nylon—and above you see a
duster coat and dress. with. oo
the teft, a negligee—all made
from the new material Ut is
‘ected to be on the market
later this vear,
London Express Service

Life Span ‘Could
Be Doubled’

NEW YORK

Within ten years, the human
life span might be raised to 1,20
years—if only £1 million were
available now for research.

This statement was made to_th:
American Chemical Society "by
Dr. Thomas S. Gardner. He de
clare

“The human body is breakin
:0Wr long before its ful] poten—
tial is realised.

“Careful estimates _ indicate
that as little as £1° million under
competent supervision over <

reriod of only about ten years
offers positive hope of approki

span.”—L.E.S.

Those Were The
Days...

’

CHICAGO.

Middle-sged Americans are be-
ginning to ask what decades we
which |
they danced in the 20s, is the rage |
of 1950. Their children are going

are in.



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mately doubling the human life ;

University, For

Women, 80 Yrs. Old

AN APPEAL for
been launched by the
jot Girton College, the
‘college for women



oration of its 80th
The money is to
for the
scholarships

endowment of

and partly to

higher education

took a small

ested in
women,

for the preliminary

University.

£50,000 has
Governors
famous
at Cambridge
University, England, in commem-
anniversary

be used partly
research
im-
prove the amenities of the college.
" It was in 1869 that Miss Emily
Davies, who had long been ie
or
house at
Hitchin, in the English county of
Hertfordshire, to coach six girls
examination
and ordinary degree of Cambridge
Six years later, when

the students had grown in num-

bers she moved, to Girton,
miles from the University
and the college was established.

two
city,

In 1875 another famous college
per women at Cambridge—Newn-
ham Hall, was founded with 25
students. This number had grown
from seven who were at first

accommodated in a

house in

Regent Street, Cambridge, taken

by Henry

Sidgwick (later Pro-

fessor of Moral Philosoyhy) and

directed by

Miss Anne Clough.

But although from 1881 the Uni-
versity Senate allowed women to

take the ordinary

university

examinations, it was only in 1947
that they were admitted to full

membership of the University.

It was in the mid-19th century
that sisters and wives of Oxford
University Fellows obtained per-
mission to attend some of the lec-

tures, and organised
women, and in
garet Hall
established for women

classes for
1879 Lady Mar-
and Somerville were
Gradual-

ly .examinations were opened to
women and by 1894 all university
examinations for degrees in Arts
and Music were available to them.

Entry

to women’s Colleges at

Oxford and Cambridge ig not easy,
however, as numbers are limited
by University statute and women

undergraduates
read only for Honours degrees.

are expected to



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| CLUES ACROSS

1. Included in the old
are a broken crate cole
addled shellfish |

> Burial places on
8. Waterless watercourse—
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LONDON.
Frincess Margaret, who started
millions of British women wear-
ing agkle-strap shoes, has set off
a new foot fashion,

as a picture of the year. Anc
middle-aved Mae

queening it in a leading night club

ROAD TO SELF-RESPECT

Women have noticed the young-
er daughter of King George VI
is wearing neat, low-cut court
shoes, still with very high heels
but with a simple line and usual-
ly without platform soles.

cart before the horse, but I firmly
believe that a man’s self-respec
superficial beginnings and

Sales of white shoes are expect-
ed to fall because Margaret is
wearing them less often.—I.N.S.

later. Persuade him to take <



haviour will follow.
and Army uniform has been the

TOO LATE FOR TEARS

ALEXANDRIA.

Aly Abdou, a poor villager, went
to the police station with a jute
sack which contained a large rat.
Before the rat had entered the
sack the latter contained £200 in
£10 notes, Aly’s life savings, but
the rat had made a meal of ‘the’
notes. All the police could do was
to destroy the rat, leaving Aly to
weep over his lost savings.

proved the first step towards a
general clean-up of their person-
ality and behaviour.”

John Burke, a former Mel-
bourne journalist and now a
Probation Officer attached to one
of the London Courts, talking

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CLOSING for BREAKFAST HOUR

From Monday, 19th June, our Office and Depart-
ments will be closed to business from 11 a.m. to 12
noon,

Our working hougs will therefore be :—
Mondays to Fridays { 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
112 noon to 4 p.m.

Saturdays 8 am. to 12 noon

This general closedown for the breakfast hour has
been decided on in the interests of our. customers in
Our cus-

order to avoid inconvenience and delays.
tomers are accordingly asked to co-operate by arrang-

ing their shopping in accordance with the above
timetable.

BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LTD.

lin’s ancient ‘City Lights” is hailed | 6.

Murray is |

“It may sound like putting the

will often grow from apparently |
that
deeper qualities may well come |

pride in his appearance and often
pride in his *character and be-
A haircut | sent back into the U.S. forces.
start for many a youth and with|
quite a few youngsters, cleaning up |
a set of teeth they’ve neglected has

in a BBC programme aout hi:

highly (two words).

: ae. rr one can’t put time

j c

19. Here you get a bob on the
tankard.
| 21. A hornet formation.
22 Abbreviation in Westminster.

| 23° A territorial division, as it
were

| 24 Peajacket ? (two words).

% | include my ancient in

this high award (two a.
CLUES DOWN

It's most perplexing being jesse

civilised in the interior.

4 Those of London have appeared

ta pictures.

Knife with a bend, that is.

Few authors would object to

taking it (two words).

Pinaily refined sort of mis-

t
$ \

ou

a

2

chief.
Being composed once more, Is

>| Pat one’s name down.

Stained a diferent way,
cemMpts the novice tradesmen
at the end.

| Jceuples the position with

| the last of the Germans,

| ‘ Oerried to spread the
mown grass

shion with a summit

it nay well be this in

1 Desert.

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The Most Formidable

iy
FRANK OWEN







The Writer Who Knows The
People Whe Know What's
Going On
me ight faded and
< a li 10one at the White
Cit upon gladiators Woodcock
Savold entering the ring, a
er older warrior went to bed
is Thames-side study
He was Dean Inge, the most for-

midable literary dean since Swift
He had just celebrated his 90th
birthday

He argued with Protessor L. P














Jacks four months junior, chuck-
led at the antics of four grand-
childre cheertully reiterated ‘It
can’t t, can't last; it’s all gone
wrong, you know

Invited, though absent friends
were Bernard Shaw, 94, and the
stripling known as Smuts, 80

if, as the professors say, we are
now all about to live to 160, we
had better set up a committee of
tour to study what to do with the
last 80 vears of this game

Sug ted names as above
They all did fairly well in the first
half

Coming away from White City’s



Big Flop, it occurred to me that
perhaps Inge and Shaw should
hay been in the ring, and the
r rs in bed.

One more “Big Fight” like this,
and you need not even arrive
there by parachute Not even
hove

\ jet-propelled plane will do,
for all you'll need to see. Or be
able to do

L.E.S.

Bandaged
Bread

NEWCASTLE, Eng.
The Neweastle Co - operative
Society was fined $56 and costs
in the Newcastle court for selling

a loaf of bread with a bandage
im it
Mr Annie Smith said she

le
bought the loaf and on cutting it,
found the bandage ingide.

She declared that she now bake
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There’s a lot of BEEF

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|
eis Siadlene cabin BOVRIL
ASCOT, Berkshire
Gt ies and rain rathe poi
i} the pageantry of Roy ASCO
toda they helped Brit
}
} owner ink whose horse
Hypert *" won the Royal Hun
t Cup, the biggest race of the day
“Hyperbole”, five-year old son}
;of “Hyperion”, hates the top of
‘the ground and the morning
oe vv antes hoa him vie~ Bovril is the concentrated goodness of beef, and you only need
ory at oO . 7
Hyperbole”, who gave Austra a little Bovril to give your meat dishes a lot of flavour...
lian jockey Arthur Breasly hi @ lot of appetising tastiness. Your family will enjoy Bovril
first ever win at Ascot, just held dishes and you wil! enjoy making them because they are sure
t to def sir Perck | lease. Always ; *e -
vy a head to defeat Sir erck | Bovril i drink i daily
Loraine’ War Tyler’ fi vourite | ¥e r no ie te hamen, ong 4 ,
t 100 te 30
| a ee *Remember BOVRIL makes excellent
} ive Lengths Behine : .
| ‘Third, with five lengths behind sandwiches, and improves all dishes. «,
jeame The Duke of Nerfolk’s} = eT ae ee eee -
“Burpham”, second favourite at 2 al
7 to 1 It wa enerally a day
of tight finishes, three horses be- 2
nag concerned in photo-finish
or the mile and a half Ribbles-
date Stakes, which eventually}
went to French-bred filly “Lal Q
Baille”’, starting at 15 to 2 by aj;
{head from Irish filly “Lonely |
; Maid” with 13 to 8 French-bred|
and trained favourite “Plume” 4
fmeck away third |
} Prince Aly Khan owns the win-|
cv, his father, the Aga Khan}
ou the Coronation Stakes of a
NEAN INGE wa : mile with his filly “Tambara”,|
His ¢ 2 ‘4 S was ( for his party on June 6 in clerical grey | rem cing. The Dear upped hand to his right ear In the 6 to 5 favourite | a
a ac a gre too. from the thick grey hair, the shaggy | »} ibov I L Ja ind Lady Violet Bruce. | ‘he l rourt * .
eyebrows, and thi : - 4 var, nage pel : é ; he only other favourite to| Vv hai
side him, Guests det a Robie ot ag A spe stick rested be- Sapeeoretly th De wn walked among his guests. A slow progress I score was in the last race of the our r will be
en Sk MS tabie Tor a few moments at a time, gently e scorned alc way, the Jersey Stakes of nearl h
, aeey SM ety andsomer by far
: | mile which “Double Eelipse’}
; bird in the Derby won | :
PAINI BSS - —_ aae va a ~ Starting at 6 to 5 he won by when you treat it te
uns ; oO /¥ i é | ares ? e wo lengths from Marcel Bou ‘Vaseline’ Hair Tonic.\
A ‘CC | u “Emperor,” an ll to 2 :
2 hance
7 Eb ET H? | Single Just use a few drops
E | Q@oy~ ‘ ° T a day... then see
CHICAGO Al b4. be | $1: AQ R *f s a W: . oo ONS
The brave new w el , |
try ms eobsie new wot ‘es in denti Did eturn oOvie al the difference!
r actically at hand O MON : :
It made its , a : : : B 1 t
« Ss ) . » " « “e a T t a wr
recently in a e1 we lic debut Tiny, 84-year-old “Mr. Perpetual Motion vho recently| 135 Miles By Helicopter uc €
Ihe ae ta srowded, hot operat o> oe : in a Buy a bottle today!
ng amphitheatre at’ the North.| OUtlasted a ‘tcoachyand four” in a 15-mile race, olfered ty ‘ ms
sobre TF t ; -
ae University Dental Schoo! own rugged prescription today for keeping ort of the rock} ; LONDON Rises 18.5%
? leago Fs Eon wenty-cight new type ol = '
The scene was garis ingchair. | * > their first flights in :
vi sarisbly ilum- “M ” . oe } r _ |planes made their first fligh i e
nated b slabs r. P.M.,” the tive foot four linster bridge in London at mig : ; : ada | 4 "
wurintikted aks ion floodlights ana] inch Charlie Hart of London, laid| sight, ran Go mile Brighton | Britain luring the past twelv PEACEFUL TENDENCY *
comments Soe te of running} it on the line this way land back and then joined in the at 8. Ba a ahd
Tents! ae : or € veral hundred “I walk and always walked (or | Yuletide festivitic 1G A AROS Aa er a 4 SAYS PRAVDA
The aoe ; run) at least ten miles a day In 1924, when he was 58 years |imental, civil and an unspeeifica | TRADE MARK
* — ame was the first publi: | “My main secret the onelold, Hart challenge 1 horse for |mumber designed for testing new LONDON, June 14 VARESE te te conietore:t tea acl
baat - re ion of the air drill, or| which disturbs my wife—is that | he fiyst re Both hor ind | Ba turbine engines More than Pravda, Soviet Communist Party thesebrough Mig. Cu., Cons’:
| oT ee an instrument invented | J eat only when I am hungry.” | Hart ran ten hour daily, with |half the new plat are poweres | newspaper, said today that whereas aia ~ }
Ser aes $s dentist With the specific! Charlie probably couldn’t get a | some time for res On the. sixth | by as turbine engines, both |ihe United States military expendi-| [
ake of taking the sound effects— general endorsement of his pri-| day the horse wa withdrawn /turbo-jets and turbo-props : ture had risen to 68 per cent of} |
| Pane and screams—out| vate health plan from the medical | from the competition: it had gone Civil planes formed one thir! the budget in 1949—50, the Sovict
) OF Canary protession, particularly of his | 387 mile Hart, who till of the new types. They inelude) military allocation has only risen] |
| Dt y R. B. Black, 42, of Corpus] dietary habits. It isn’t so mucl;| fresh, had travelled 345 miles the plane which gave Britain ©/19°5 per cent }
| Christi, inventor of the airbrasive.| when Charlie eats as what he ao other highlights in |jead in civil jet flights—the ck fence expenditure i
Soviet defence expenditure in
| explained that it works on the| eats Charlie’s fast-moving career Havilland Comet In addition th S ar aft the war hac
|same principle as doe 1 sand \ In 1929, Hart on what WaS|iwo turbo-proy FHASS MANO | y a Oe oe cont an with de
blaster An abrasive, aluminum | During the more than so 1 ihe World’s endurance t t Pee. Meet 8 » . 6
: abre » € ) hei first flig the Handle nee exNne : 950 at 7
| oxide, ground as finely as face long distance walks and races | and continuous motion champion ess stort : rio Marath | wenes expenditure rae 1 ee Hy
| powder, is propelled against the Hart has participated in his! ship’ at Long Beach, Calif. run-|5 °° : | 940 million roubles had fallen 5.4
surface of the tootn under §u| favourite menu has consisted of | ping 1,062 hours We ietnn Sasa tae oe: Pua iteiin
pounds of ai "eS , ugh a reg and marmalade, water ee things to come wa S Overy trem Of the inee
ting sont Yow i aad bone A few years back In 1931, he covered 1,250 miles | |, Forera ie Ai it bee recurs and expenditure of our budget i
Nee : | when he beat two horses in a {in * ap i age : dah a largest civil land plane, th clearly reflects the | peaceful
Use of this air drill does away! six-day race, Charlie consumed walking, taking a ten-mine | Bristol Brabazon 1 powered 1 ereative labour of the Soviet peo-
with the pain, heat vibration an} twenty-four quarts of beer en) '* spite each hour to eat, sleep and eight (coupled) piston engines ple’ Pravda said, quoted by
fear engendered by the weapon route. wash SI 973. | ‘Brabazon 11, now under co Moscow radio ;
that makes strong men whimper In that marathey he ran a In July 1939, at the age vias atruction,. will be powered b Pravda said, that in 1950—5i
—the ominously whirring mechni-|+ total of 335 miles, averaging Hart showed he was just get it eight (coupled) turbo prop units. |the United States military ex-
eal drill not quite fourteen miles to the [is second wink a he walked 17% ? t | « flow: |Penditure would amount to about
And, added Dr, Black, it makes} quart. | miles from Liverpool to Skegness | New th me a - ate ' a! i |76 per cent of the entire budget
Wee en bepe den = GucKe + But whatever doctors might say | 1" pete i ths back Char eat a we ioe the Canberra|. “It is clear that the United
easier about his living habits, Charis t are as eae heath ede ae aay Sutetanatie of which {States budget bears a_ clearly-
The first public demonstration | has the record all his side. Esti- |'* a ey MAES , "y ; ' eee § ES : it een Havill ind Chipmun lexpressed aggressive, anti-popular
of the air drill on a live model} mating it conservatively, Chaivie een a age ; id. ‘es even rattan” 4 ‘Canad ind now |character, that it is a military |
was held in connection with the] has loped or done the ha Me | heard some horse laughs aimed in being built in Britain for the | budget. : ¢
annual homecoming celebration at] toe over at least a quarter of a lute Airantion RAF. “The debate on the State budvye | '| 9
North-western, of which Dr | million miles: of the good ees So, for a side bet of about $30, » Mort notable serie { (which was presented last night
Black is a graduate He says seathingly that he has | | ; ani ‘on ihe comth and tout at ters were those developed by it the Supreme Soviet of the
The model was a tall blonde “no sympathy for Onbpaeneriané | ead tt 15 miles betweeh Wind- | 4° H 1 ts USSR, directs the attention of ou
Dr. John V Lenburg, associa7e who take to 9 ganda gel be sor and Twickenharr ie tevmet yaraltih of the Vam- | people to the solution of the mo
professor of operative perigee gon for WH ee aman” . The coac as._ stopped three |i 6. has maintained pertorn:-|important problems of economi
¢ Iorthwestern, used the air-|liever in rocKir : Ss. .. ; ‘ ene tha’ hearin : pire ha ‘ tain mn 7 ee
Se Aa eee ven tooth for | ate : id ~4o ry eee a ance in the top cla of the ante ye duty to intensify th:
iit ; The operation usually After 40 as rene i or re 1 fine | world’s fastest military machine lee fata rainst all Winde of neal
: ee "30 ras jinutes with} Hart has been on the run most [Sample 0 a BB. Wie ang HB- irhe Vampire proved that increases |% ruggle against a Sines ; negh\
takes from 30 to 45 nv Lash wih t his 84 years, but he didn't | ally broke down of power up to §0 per cent coul {gence or waste, everywhere t
the mechanical drill. Dr. mer ret woe ily get ‘started’ competitively Hart covered the distance in| achieved by reheating used strengthen discipline in regard t
prepared the cavity in 15 minutes. rea rt 6 ae oust 40 four hours and nine minutes, and | VE § r production and finance, to ensut
Only once during the whole » On ne Saatcone. day of 1911 he ni i ene iralght oo Red: with Bier economic expenditure ol ra
minutes did the eae eine started from Big Ben on West- hampagne bottle at his side The formidable Venom fighte! materials and fuel.
The cmap a ys aged ey | J Feehan is in proedugtion for the RAF The we oe nude for ars
was pa cS © 7 ci ‘ Britai also made,.a notch i|ensures 1e nancial means in
‘) out “much, much better than a eae O success Aime ‘
it eet ‘ - French Pretenders aero history by starfing on June|the successful fulfilment _of th
* ly, Dr. Black said ectric rane 2 the world’s first permanent] tasks set by the Party and Gover
to no ate slack sala, , ”
sage BE aig wit) not do away PARIS schedule passenger nae opte ‘ ment Reuter.
ee a6 1e mec ical drill ° The impending return of rent ervice between Liverpoo ane
entirely with the mechanical ¢ , tled § : :
i > py will be needed for man ff Orleans, recognized pretender , Cardiff re
TR ne erik At «resent 1s . t I i hi i Operated by British Kk whe @ erusalem Issue
ine fnls & y ' co rm lens ne Paris ays ac. helicopter Nest -
stage syelopment the a'r arlene vero hard at work | ha timulated at least one Paris; Airway each 4 ie :
a heey its shots too much esterday in. taking “down ihe | weekly to. publish an “authorita~|land Sikorky—carried three pas- For U.N. Assembly
TAaSiVve SCs 7 7 yes ; 7 ns’ | tive” 20 othe etenders | sengers and pilot ¢
sat kind of job A auir essrs. Mussons’!tive’” list of 20 other pt gers i . : is
Oe ea that the air drill wou'd seameeney® ot the Chamber- | including one U.S. resident Fares for the 135 miles, hun LAKE SUCCESS, June 14
be in production early next yea elect ae ? The weekly divided them into| dred minute journey are; Singi The United Nations Trusteeshi;
~_ Seren its cost {ill undeter- wR ed which ex.ecds the three classes: those who might! $9.80, Return $15.40 Council voted today to send th
Loo ie UGS " ne bay of the wh-.f, was| be recognized as legitimate pre- Jerusalem problem back to th
ae saat —_—_— pera seanved ‘go. that he| tenders but don’t press their 2 1 General Assembly. The Council
* U. . 2 ronies ite used in driving piles i clain those who think they are A gyre « n by a vote of nine to one, with on
" mac {ry : _ fant te “1 ress i : { at
in . Ce nag could be rried | legitimate pretenders and pres: } abstention, reported that it wa
Russia 8 g the se vip the y! heir claims; and those who have WINDSOR, Eng unable to implement the statut
2 further aa wig asis fe slaims but} , k led into} for ternat alising the Hol
/ ‘ng > vere high n he: no real basis wx their claim A woman motorist hauled 1 or internationalising 1 )
Armed Might famrnonosit. takien the crane apart| make them anyway. court at Windsor for ignoring a] City —Reuter.
od chile + mn” ated a hand The resident of the U.S. is cited) trame light said * the sup , ,
{ To Intimidate The Weak while py bi pany mo heavy p 2ce in the third group He is Louis- Gach. d on her su ssea it mace US. WORKERS SAVINGS
Se emnaavicrt % : whart Phillipe Brousseau, now report everything 8c " BRANCH REPORT
DALLAS, TEXAS, June 14. ; 0 Gene di pita driving wes held} edly 1 73-year-old hatter it That was why she did not stup To the 31st May, 1950
Mr Dean Acheson, Unite “ause of the positic of the| Chicago who clain to be the it the light RECEIVED $3,045,981 93
States Secretary of State, said to- up because of were ‘ |Duke of Navarre Bourbor A fine of $5.60 was imposed
State armed | crane, but workmen N.S DISBURSED
night that Russia was corgyiyd vehi? i the old conerete to. lay prince and the great-grandson ol —IN. Domsstaa te
z *6 ist plotting i | Louis XVII B.W.1.C.L.0 $ 1,963.64
might and Communis ot oe :
: ‘ es asa “poised| tie ro a | Refu 1 to Barbados
in other ee nidate the Soa ———_—— Another pretender is Charl TAMANI TO YOu C oa ae 71,285.1
eee vite eava the United WATER POLO Nicholas, a Rhodesian architect WELLINGTON, N.Z Paid to Returned
re wer ys J : ; titles ia ntinaiy aon iit es > Jorkers 2,253,750 0
States could meet Soviet pressure, POSTPONED most oe - ok ce | A Fijian police inspector Pald te Worker
Ke told the Southern Methodist ing to we renc 1 weekly, are taking a course here in rnger- A llottees 493,911.04
University here—but he excluded Due to: “unfcreset n- |} hernia and hemophilia he later printing and ballistics, is knowr Paid Court Dues 584. Of
isolationism, appeasement, or the] stances, the 1950 Water bolo zn ne the ' ae disease Of} 4, Ng Zealands as Inspector $2,621.404.48
idea of “preventative war” with] Season which was to have com~ ee OUFRENS. a icang Tamani. At home he. is Inspector | aanance
atornic bombs. menced this after 1 hh to 5 f BS Ay is other ees Michel. Levani Tamanikairukurukuioval- Wt Funds) 226,007 . ar
~ Mr. Acheson said the United] phe postponed. tod alias” Leon Millet or the “Whitest uC.) $3,007,401 7
’ " ‘ ‘ ¥ aciz peting, toda ul Leon I or the > —_— ;
Ss + would,continue to follow @ At a special mee epee : . . 6 ' ,
‘ calist c ” licy of peaceful negoti-| the Barbados Aquat haben sei ad pie ecg fete Berka: of fLion. Hi ymbol is reportedly 1. A. CHASE, Manager
Sein aia direnatl s the free| o'clock the Sw date ior celibacy until the “coming of thela flax covered with 88 fleurs-de- US. Workers’ Savings Branc
ations and strengthening the re cloc i f the season i t Great King foretold = by the } ly Labow Departmen
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

BARBADOS FOR
| SUNSHINE

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1950

1005 &B ADVOCATE

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MORNING AT THE OFFICE:

IDGAR MITTELHOLZER |
Hogarth Press 3/6

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TO-DAY'S SPECIALS
at the COLONNADE

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Published by Thu Advocate Co. 1.14. 4, Sroad St., Bridgetows










; Usually Now
; Tins S.A. APRICOT
; N "oe NOVELS about the West Indies by West Indians ,
Thursday, June 15, 1950 2S ee pr pcm vl os i a MP never —_ properly hese the. sun shone and wher | are few and far between, so that Morning at the JAM (2-tb) ...... 52 48
; ‘ children, which is of considerabl< A poster should be bold and Ss warm. It sold “the Sec, | Office by Edgar Mittelholzer is most welcome.



interest, The Exhibits were sub
mitted for a competition organised
by the Barbados Branch of the
league of Empire, and were pre
viously on view at Combermere

arresting in colour and design,
highly detailed work is unneces
sary and undesirable. The poster
may have to take its place on a
hearding in @ row of posters

Mr. Mittelholzer has a previous novel, Corentyne
Thunder, to his credit; Morning at the Office, pub-
Ushed nine years after, shows considerable advance
in style, technique, and characterisation.

Tins TOMATO JUICE
JEFFREY’S BEER ....

The Combermere ‘poster entivie
‘Sea bathing’ was a good pos
for sea bathing whether at Black
pool, Hawaii or Monte Cari, i

OUT OF GEAR







“ g 4 é r did not sell the idea of sea bathin, : oat aes ; i ”
’ : , [es together with a number advertising a variety of products at Barbados, for the name of ‘h “If we examine the criticism of fiction’, writes
| SHE House of Assembly's endorsement ‘ina eens 06 Sinpire ipl ae a ioe therefore, island never appeared. This was] J. B. Priestley, “we discover it is always insisting ae
| veek > speech made by His Ex- re of a suMiciently arresting a common fault. Many of th i j all
this week of the SPI ch made by His | Although the exhibition, with a character to attract attention te posters were labelled Bethahate sen one, Datseutar sepect. st the: expense ot e PREPARE
cellency the Governor when he opened | ew exceptions, fails as an exhibi- j:self. The passer—by, whether ‘View from Cherry Tree Hil!’ etc | ‘he others, (that of) character. If one single test
the Legislative Session 1950-51 on April. { 4? i Laoters ioe posters, it is Gn foot or in a vehicle, must be it should have been impressed ©. | is to be applied to fiction, this of character is FoR THE
25. i Nici }one Which should not be missed. comer be i curing the short the children that to the public! undoubtedly the safest.” ‘ii
is welcome, } time that the postér is within’ the poste s direc in Great : a ‘ ;
. Bide vem as a a = school— his range of veo Not only Britain, ema oe thts tee Mr pes omnia ao thls: test weit ae | WEATHER
; a a : iP curen and not as poster desigi, must he be compelled to look, but States, Bathsheba and Cherry | [tis characters, the result of penetrating observa-}
Recapitulating many of the main points it is eC high mented, a26 om during that short time the poster Tres Hill are cole, indeed tion and sparkling imagination, are brilliantly = os
made by the Governor, the House agreed | Pares favourably with the art- must convey its message. Man even the word Barbados is un bau : ri = : Lo
e sa " ? ’ 1 t | work produced by similar schools js, notoriously, a lazy animal: if familiar to many. "For originality Grawh, Witt aes loving cannes pies a Protect Your
that economic development is of para- |i: Great Britain, the design of the poster is con- of :logan ‘Fly via Barbados’ was] ¥'esent to us this cross-section of humanity in the Roots Now!!
leg mount importance and they looked forward Ws isknthioe “dade nad: ota Sued. Se the meena? poeta excellent. This was incorporated] Caribbean—the employees of Essential Products, | { oors
to a plan which would relieve the unem- inality, good composition and an its purpose. Th ie to a in a design with a_flying-tish]} Ltd., of Port-of-Spain, Trinidad! Fourteen of them We have :
oap lexcelient ‘picture ‘sense’. Tn: its purpose. e purpose of > submitted by Girls Foundation altogether, as diversified in temperament as they MPs
loyment situation. They spoke in favour i . ts “the whole, P0Ster, must be abundantly clear: School, Christ Church. The maj : : : SHINGLES
P iets Ceptisingle gat. Some sHele: for if it fails ‘to shout’ its message, cf Barbados submitted by ba | 8e in hue: English, Negro, East Indian, Chinese SHINGLE PAINT :
of consideration of the deep water harbour ta el 4 wee en it fails ‘to sells its goods’, and as Street Boys’ School would mak«| end Creole—English-Creole, French-Creole, Portu- | ae

and they approved of immediate and full “i poster it is a ° '"-~>. ho-ever an interesting cover for a brochur

GALVANISE GUTTERING
delightful it may be as a picture. on Barbados, where the

: 18”, 24”, 30”, 36”
broader treatment of subject mat- euese-Creole! As rich a medley as one would
| ter, for a painting is not a coloured

and efficient Civil Service.

'
With this in mind they considered that
the establishment of a Training scheme
for Civil servants is of ‘vital’ importance

administrative side of the Government.

scheme for economic development of Bar-
bados and the consequent relief of un-
employment in Barbados depend? The
answer is on a Civil Service geared to

i special prize.

Two projects in picture form
oy junior children are included
in the exhibition; one by St. John
he Baptist Boys’ School, the other
ey Alexandra Girls’ School. Both



The Exhibition, with a few

is obvious that the object of a

4s poster is not a singe 4 picture
with the slogan’ partly above and
partly below added as an after—
thought.

One poster submitted by Com-
bermere School achieved all the
requirements. The

for Sunshine’.

The colours of the poster were

that Barbados was an_ island

designed is to be reproduced i!
quantity. The poster § should
therefore, ‘contain a minimum
rumber of colours or tones. Not
only does this increase the clarity
Cf the poster but it diminishes
tee cost of reproduction. A poster




work produced by

schools






day 20th June.

ant Manager, engaged in a job in which he can
find no interest, but trying hard to do something
to justify his position; Kathleen Henery, the sexy
and provocative typist; Miss Bisnauth, East Indian,
who is always disposed to think the best of every-

House clerk, the Don Juan who eyes all females

brought him small solace, and who is not avers2
to a little conventional dishonesty; George Waley,
ihe efficient Manager; Laura Laballe, the switch-
ard operator; Olga Yen Tip, typist; Lopez, junior
accountant and Intercolonial cricketer; Reynolds,







j i i . ; ; readei a we ; ; 4 ALUMINIUM GUTTERING 24”, 30°, 36”
consideration of plans for helping the tour- SniinaeeGn, oak betnding” ask For Ge Seen means, Sect has ample time to study it at his orn to from that most cosmopolitan of West Indian | ; GALVANISE NAILS
i j j . A ~ be rT ure, but as a poster to b | tities. ;
ist and secondary industries. uever compete with colour photo- ing should be large, clear, and viewed at a Mataiece elt oe ae We meet Xavier, the Negro Office bay, ambitious, IRON NAILS :
ae ae po ene reduced to the minimum. m.Would appear as a blurr. Thi | studious, and labenic old Mary hc sweeper PLASTIC (for stopping holes)
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But the Governor did not leave the pic-

gested that the solution to many of our
difficulties appeared to have been offered
in many of the recommendations of Com-
missioner Adams whose report was sign-
ed in Bridgetown on the 7th May, 1948.

scheme that may be sent to it for improving

with any proposals which his practical
knowledge of organisation in many parts
of the British Colonies and of the Civil
Service of the United Kingdom qualifies

It is now realised by all political parties
in Barbados that active encouragement
must be given to any proposals to increase
productivity and to lessen unemployment.
The Government has been satiated with
schemes and proposals and has shown it-
self sensitive to public demand for action,
But there can be no action—only chaos and
confusion—until a Civil Service has been
built up with the necessary authority to
deal with departmental matters which can
be handled by responsible heads and which
is not dependent on an antiquated system
of channeling too much business through
the Governor-in-Executive Committee, The
general public of Barbados would be amaz-
ed if it realised how little responsibility
for even matters of routine importance is
presently delegated to heads of depart-
ments. Certainly they would not approve
of a system which in the long run prevents
efficient administration of what can only
be described as their own interests, The
machine, says His Excellency, is out of gear.
It must be geared up to allow for speedier
administration. Barbados is fortunate in
having the advice and criticism of a Gov-
ernor so competent to advise and to sug-
gest improvements. The House of Assem-
bly need have no fear that the public will
not approve of any improvement in the
administrative side of the Government
That is what the public wants to see.



Governor of Barbados in 1911, but

1947, when he was Chief Repre-
sentative of the British Council in
the area. West Indians will prob-
ably be interested in the book for
its comprehensive nature, and
wealth of historical detail. People
in, this country, whose knowledge
of the Caribbean is shamefully
limited to calypsoes in Trinidad

quarter of sixpence, for silver 14d.

names on cactus leaves, and there
is a notice in the grounds of Sam
Lord’s Castle on the Barbadian
windward coast, asking visitors to
kindly refrain from so doing. Sam

How many people outside the
West Indies know that in Barba-
dos there still survive communi-

in the West Indian islands they

The maces of the British West
Indies have mui before been col
lectively described. Very little is
known about them here, but Sir
Harry points out that although
the colonies have known many
vicissitudes, political and econo-
mic, at least in one respect they
have maintained a long and un-

House of Assembly of Barbados,

and silversmiths of the eighteenth
century.”

Occasionally, a more serious
note creeps in, He speaks of the

creating a class of farmer small-
holder and of building up an in-
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bitterness, observes and chronicles the facts with-
out ever losing sight of the sovereign grace of
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environment, to refrain from windy prophesyings
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» ; : liarities and characteristics of the porn but just grow’d”. And the Pacific Islanders and then in part] imaginings, their natural sympathy is stifled, they We h »
arrears and undue delays in dealing both islands that are scattered over the ignorant among us learn that in. by the State.” Ss, natural sympathy is stifled, they ave Qm=
with de s ang e pu lic This Caribbean Sea, and ng countries British Guiana is the world’s most cannot achieve liberation from the myriad “jens”
. i “r ; that border it, From Yucatan to jo kablé bird, the: hoatzin, the Sir Harry ends on a hopeful] which haunt them. All this constitutes the irony ey ar
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ment more difficult.” Indians and the ceremonialmaces of the British West Indies, He dis- locally and colloquially as “stink- British Council; thanks to the The author propounds no theory to cure the
wk : : tates : courses on oil for orange peel, and ing Hannah”. setting up of the Caribbean Com-| maladv ; Y
This is plain speaking and it is the kind |gemples in the forest, and asks, , mimic: te Ge excemien tenn malady, but there are hints: simple love and
of plain speaking that the House’of | “Where are the Caribs of the He traces in a revealing study thanks above all to the Coloniai| ‘D@%it¥, one; the creative imagination another.
Assembly had to note apaee the history of the Caribs, a eens. Development and Welfare Acts} Complete detachment is perhaps impossible from
Sir Harry was A.D.C. to the — ee eats fe cecine of 1940 and 1945, and the Re-| the author who is a member of the society of which

To the Editor, The Advocate—
Sir,—All reports go to show that
our ill-starred Test Match at Old
Trafford was already lost by tea-
time on the first day of play! It
is idle then to lay the blame on
our dismal batting display, for the
wicked old pitch, although ad-
mittedly a batsman’'s nightmare,
deserves many a kind word from
the W.I. and England bowlers on
whose behalf a benign Providence
appears to have made special in-
tervention—Certainly Valentine
nor Hollies nor yet Berry could
have had anything legitimate to
complain of on so obliging a
wicket, for has it not served to
place our Valentine on a pinnacle
of world fame and at the same
time provided the England pair
with two bags full of W.1. wickets?

And who among the batsmen
can justly complain? Hutton,
nursing a badly battered finger,
could pardonably be excused for
any grouse he may have against
the wicket, especialy if his dam-
aged finger serves to keep him out
of the next Test Match, but cer-
tainly not the W.I. captain who it
is well to note made more runs on
this wicked wicket than on many
a better one and has only himself
to blame for having been run out
ca schoolboy fashion by shoulder-

ng his bat in the air! =

It fs patent and it needs to be
emphasised that what lost us the
match between lunch and tea-time
on Thursday was neither a de-
teriorating wicket nor the W.1.
bowling nor, yet their batting.
What then was it? Undoubtedly,
it was the W.I. Captain's cast-
iron strategy which showed little
flexibility when confronted with
those two courageous “Circus
lions”, now of imperishable fame,
who for two glorious hours and
more continued to meet and defy
our two W.I. star and mystery
bowlers,—egged on to this gay de-
flance by the plaudits of 10,000
Lancastrians who must have en-
joyed with tempestuous glee the
tantalising spectacle of our vali-
ant “Little John” bearding the
lion in his den—forgetful, alas, of
the full strength of his retinue
during this fatal and amazing in-
terlude!

“Ambition should be made of
sterner stuff” is, I think, a fitting
epitaph for the dusty relics of this
provocative Test Match which I
have no doubt will be given a
prominent place in the annals of
W.I. cricket less on account of its
unusual pitch as on account of the
stupefying manner in which a
game slipped from our grasp in
our full hearing on the very first
day of play, with our own captain

apparently lost in admiration of
such great English daring! And
now, all that remains for us to do
Is to sit in patience until the cur-
tain rises on the next pantomime
to be presented at Lord’s at the
end of next week by a much be-
Wildered Captain and his merry
men,

MR. PUNCH.
June 14, 1950. : ~

Fruit
To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—Re the suggestion that
trees should be planted in the

gullies and waste spaces in our
little island, shall the trees be
mahoganies or casuarinas? Cer-
tainly not — fruit, fruit, nothing
but fruit trees should be planted.
What a splendid idea but what a
mighty army of policemen will be
needed to guard each tree when
the fruit is in season.

A benevolert saintly-looking
clergyman one day asked a friend
of mine if she wished a man to
clear her banana trees, and the
reply overheard was, “no thank
you, they are cleared too quickly
to pleas me.”

Fruit hunger, especially with
children, is a mighty urge, hence
an army of policemen would be

essential—just a side thought —
a mighty army of watchmen or
policemen to be paid, how high
will taxation mount?

A TAX PAYER.
Undernourished

To the Editor, The Adpocate—

SIR,—I am very glad to see the
good service Canteens are doing
for school children; this should
be extended to Girls’ Schools
also, and it should be made im-
perative for school children to
have a hot meal every day. Many
parents and guardians, in their
hurry to get the child off to school,
give an _ undernourished hasty
meal, which does not benefit the
child or aid him or her to progress
in school studies. It is surprising
to know how many children of
even well-to-do folks are sent off
on empty stomachs; one look at
the child gives the answer—un-
dernourished. These children are
usually neryous, and weak-mind-
ed and get into accidtnts as their
young bodies have ‘nothing to
work on, and are heavily taxed.
It is criminal to send children
on the street in this condition.

T hope the Canteens may be a
reminder that cnildren must be
fed properly first thing.

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THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1950



Sentry Equipped
With Spike
And Chain

HE SENTRY AT THE MAIN
GATE of the Central Police
Station has again undergone
another change in style and dress.
He now wears a helmet with
spike and chain instead of the
ordinary helmet which is used by
Constables on traffic duty. He also
carries side arms and the recently
introduced cane has been dis-
pensed of as from this week.

It is interesting to note that the
helmet with spike and chain is
used on special occasions such as
the Court of Grand Sessions or
when accompanying His Excellen-
ey.

T MIDDAY YESTERDAY
the temperature was 85 de-
grees Fahrenheit in the shade in
Bridgetown and the heat was in-
tensified by the absence of any
cooling breezes.

During the past two days very
little rain fell over the island. On
Monday and up to 6 o’clock on
Tuesday morning no rain fell,
while on Tuesday and up to the
same time yesterday morning the
total was 60 parts.

Of this the Station Hill District
recorded 27 parts, St. George 21
parts, City eight parts and St.
Peter four parts.

OURTEEN MORE KNITTING
machines are expected to
arrive for the West Indian Knit-
ting Mills at Coleridge Street, and
these will be added to the 13 ma-
chines that are already installed.
A quantity of Industrial Sewing
Machines have recently been
added to the Sewing Department,
and owing to this the number of
girls employed in this department
has increased.

In an interview with the Advo-
cate yesterday, one of the Direc-
tors of the Mills, said that when
the other knitting machines arrive,
they expect to be able to double

their present output and will
therefore be able to export their
goods.

“®&N ENGLISHMAN’S IM-

PRESSION OF BARBADOS”
will be the theme of a lecture
given by Mr. Aubrey Douglas-
Smith, M.A., Resident Tutor of
the University College of the West
Indies, at the Riverside Club at
8 o'clock tonight.

It is expected that there will be
a good turn out of members as
well as non-members.

“RUSH CHRISTMAS” will be
shown by the British Council
at “Wakefield”, White Park Road,
at 2.15 p.m. to-day for children
‘To-morrow a show will be given
for adults,
“WHE LOSS OF $25 in cash was
reported by Gwendolyn Jeffers,
of Roebuck Street. She stated that
her bedroom was broken and en-
tered on Tuesday and the money
removed.
IONEL CRONEY of Station
Hill, St. Michael, reported the;
loss of his Raleigh bicycle valued
$70 while it was parked on the
pavement outside the Canadian
Club, Bay Street, recently.
OTOR CAR S-96, owned by
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker, M.C.P.,
and driven by Elijah Griffith of
Pie Corner, and the motor van
M-496, owned and driven by Fred
H King of Crumpton Street, were
involved in an accident in James
Street at about 9.45 a.m. on Tues-
day.
The right rear fender of the car
was damaged.

N ACCIDENT OCCURRED at

the Public Buildings yard at
about 12.15 p.m. on Tuesday be-
tween motor car X-19, owned and
driven by A. G, Gitfens of Char-
nocks, Christ Church, and another
cer, M-2362, owned and driven by
Reuben A, Sealy of Pine Road.
The left front fender of Sealy’s
car was damaged.

T. CLAIR HAYNES, a motor

cyclist, was taken to the Gen-
eral Hospital on Monday, after
being involved in an accident and
detained.

The accident occurred at about
7.85 a.m. at the junction of Dodds
and Church Roads, St. Philip, be-
tween the motor cycle, P-235,
owned and ridden by Haynes, a
resident of Farm Road, St. Philip,
and motor car P-52, owned by Rev.
Mandeville of the Rectory, St.
Philip and driven by Dorothy
Olton of the same address.

Both vehicles were damaged.

WO MOTOR LORRIES were
involved in an accident along
Mason Hall Street recently. One
was M 1109, owned and driven by
Colvin Springer of Hindsbury
Road, St. Michael, and the other,

X 895, is owned by Clarence
Thorpe of Silver Hill, Christ
Church, The left front fender of

M 1189 was damaged.
HE FOUNDATION of the
building which will house the
offices of Messrs. Gardiner Austin
& Co. Ltd., is well under way.
This new building will be erected
at the Lower Green, opposite the
new Plantations Ltd, building.

While one set of labourers are
doing the excavation another set
lead the debris on to trucks and it
is afterwards taken away and

ed
AE ONLY ACTIVITY at the
Princess Alice Playing Field
yesterday afternoon was a few
small children carrying on a
“marble cricket” game.

Another group preferred to
stand at the southern end (over-
looking the Harbour) and watch
the fishing boats return to their
moorings and the lighters and
launches bustle to and fro. :

HE MOBILE CINEMA will

give a film show at District
“D” Police Station yard on Fri-
day night beginning at the usial
time. Other arrangements which
have been made before have
ancelled . :
PaAHE MOBILE CINEMA will

give a show at Cane Vale Plan-
tation pasture tonight for the bens-
fit of the residents of the Cane
Vale area of Christ Church.



What’s on Today

Film show for Children at
British Council] at 2.15 p.m.

Football at Kensington at
5.00 p.m.

Mobile Cinema, Cane Vale
Plantation Pasture, Christ

Church at 7.30 p.m.

Police Band at Middle
Watch Play, Empire Thea-
tre at 8.30 p.m.

RT,

AT THE EMPIRE PRESS UNION TALKS now being, held in Canada.
Fletcher (Jamaica Gleaner), Hon. V. C. Gaie (Barbados Advocate),
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Press Conference Delegates Told

OTTAWA, June 14

Mr. Lionel Chevrier, Canadian Minister of Transport. told
delegates to the Seventh Imperial Press Conference today
that the main mission of the Press “to interpret peoples to
each other and races to each other and classes to each other”
would be “more easily accomplished if through the world

today the despatch of news

Publicity
Bureau Offers

W.I. News

The Barbados Publicity Commit-
tee can give a:limited amount of
information on other West Indian
Islands as well as on other coun-
tries, Miss Joan Kysh, Secretary,
told the “Advocate” yesterday
This however depends to a large
extent on the amount of litera

maps

ture received for distribution,
and the amount of information
forwarded by the Bureaux ‘of

such places.

The Committee has at present
a good stock of literature on vhe
British Isles, which was issupa
by the British Travel -Associa—
tion. They also have a number of
booklets and leaflets givirg g1-
eral information on Trinidad and
Tobago,

Not many Barbadians come in
to ask for such information,
Miss Kysh said. Inquiries come
mainly from visitors who come
here during the Tourist -Season
and contemplate seeing some of
the other West Indian Islands.
These are glad to obtain ine
formation about the neighbouring
jislands with a view to paying
them a visit some time during
their stay in the Caribbean area.

Also in hand is a_ limited
emount of literature on places
like Canada, Nyasaland, Kenya,
Southern Rhodesia etc., but there
is not enough of this for general
distribution, It. is all there,
however, and anyone interested
in learning about these places is
invited to come to the Bureau and
read it up.

_“We always endeavour to give
ail the co-operation possible in
these matters,” Miss Kysh said,
“and if there is any information
required by people and they fell
us, we are always glad to do all
that we can to obtain it for
them.”



25 M.P.H.: £5

Winfield Catwell of St. Judes,
St. George, was found guilty
yesterday of speeding while
driving the motor bus X-221 on
Bay Street.

Mr. B. Griffith before whom
the case was heard ordered
Catwell to pay a fine of £5
and 2s. costs in 21 days or in
default undergo two months’ im-
prisonment with hard labour, The
eo was “committed on April
20.

The police said the bus was
being driven at 25 miles per
hour.

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BLIND LAD CAN NOW TEACH OTHERS BRAILLE
AFTER TEN MONTHS’ TRAINING IN TRINIDAD

A MEETING of the Formative
Committee of the Association in
aid of the Blind, the Deaf and
Dumb was held in the Social Wel-
fare Office, the Garrison, on 2nd
May. 1950, at 2.30 p.m.

Present were Sir Allan Colly-
more (in the Chair), Mr, V. E.
Cobham, Rev. B. Crosby, Mrs. B.
Moore, Mr. C. G. Reed, Dr. C. H.
St. John, Mr. P. A. K. Tucker,
Miss B. L, Arne, Hony. Secretary.

The Committee received with
regret the resignation of Mrs.
Drayton. Three new members
were present: Mr. Glindon Reed,
Mrs. B. Mocre and Mr. V. E,
Cobham.

The Chairman welcomed them
and hoped that they would be
able to attend future meetings.

Treasurer Resigns

The Chairman reported that
Mr. Kenneth Tucker although
willing to continue as a member
of the Committee was unable to
continue to be Hon. Treasurer.
He therefore asked to be relieved
of these duties.

The Chairman expressed grati-
tude for his work in the past and
was_ glad that the Committee
could look forward.to having him
| present at future meetings.
| It was then proposed, seconded
and unanimously agreed that Mr.
V. E, Cobham. be asked to take
on the Hon. Treasurership of the
Association.

The Chairman stated that Mr.
;Cobham had already expressed
readiness to undertake this. Mr
Cobham then joined the meeting,
j;was welcomed and thanked for
| his helpfulness

Contact
The Hon. Secretary read a let-
ter from the British Empire

as free and unfettered”.

He added “Had we, in these
unsettled times, the right to send
news everywhere, and the right
to pick up news everywhere, I
firmly believe we would have one
of the strongest deterrents to war.

“The ‘power of the Press is no
outworn saying, and the burden
of responsibility thereby entailed
grows even heavier in this age,
when continents no longer divide,
and there is nowhere too far for
the wings of words to follow.

“I do not doubt that you will
accept the challenge of the future
as offering yet greater opportuni-
ties to serve mankind.”—Reuter.

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Codrington
Celebrates
COMMEMORATION DAY

His Excellency the Governor
was among those who attended
Commemoration Day at Codring+
ton College yesterday.

There was 4 fine gathering of
old Codringtonians including
members of the professions and
the Civil Service. The day’s pro-
ceedings began with the celebra-
tion .of the Holy Eucharist at
which the Principal Rev. C. A.
Sayer was celebrant and the
Preacher was Rev. A. F. Mande-
ville.

This was followed by luncheon.
.The toast to the College Floreat
Domus Codringtoniensis was
moved by Rev. C. C. Conliffe
and the Principal replied. Rev.
A. E. Simmons moved the toast
to the Board of Management and
Rev. F. M. Dowlen replied. The
toast to the Preacher was moved
by Rev. G. L. G. Mandeville
and Rev. A. F. Mandeville re-
plied. The toast to the Ladies was
moved by Rev. Hassell and Rev.
Bindley Brathwaite replied.

His Excellency withdrew and
the gathering later attended a tea
party at the Principal’s Lodge.

TWO GET ISLAND
SCHOLARSHIPS

Vv. O. Smith and R. D_ Rock,
both Classical students at Har-
rison College, have been
awarded the 1950 Island Schol-
arships, tenable at Codrington
College.

Assault: 15/-

For assaulting and beating
Agatha Ifill with a bottle on April
15, Verena Crawford of Powder
Road, Station Hill, was yesterday
ordered to pay a fine of 15s. in
14 days or in default undergo 14
days’ imprisonment by His
Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith.
Crawford had five previous con-
victions, for wounding.





Society for the Blind. Mr. Wil-
son, Secretary of the Association
wrote wishing to establish contact
with our Association and asking
information about the problem in
this Island.

Agreed that the Hon. Secretary
reply suitably giving him the in-
formation required.

Mr. Tucker presented the Fin-
ancial Statement for the year
ending 3lst March, 1950. This
showed a balance in hand of
$1,960 against which however;
was an outstanding amount of
$494 leaving a working balance of
$1,466 for the year 1Y50-51.

Mr. Tucker also presented the
estimate of the Association’s com-
mittals as far as they could be
assessed up to the end of March,
1951.

On this showing there would be
a balance on the year’s working

of $496 unless other sources of
income were tapped.

Agreed an effort should be
made to raise additional funds;
particularly the Canadian
Women’s Club and Bridgetown
Players should be approached

asking for a further donation and
pointing out that none had been
made during 1949.

Blind: Individual Cases

Maurice Connor: ..The Hon
Treasurer reported that although
‘t was not shown in the Financial
Statement there was a sum of
$75 in the Governmtnt Savings
Bank earmarked for this lad

The Hon. Secretary reported
that since the last meeting two
letters had been received:
from Mr, Lawley of the
dian National Institute
other from the Trinidad

Cana-
ind the
& Tobago

one

Hotel Aids

Memorandum

A MEMORANDUM has been
drawn up by the committee
appointed by the Chamber of
Commerce to approach the Goy-
ernor in connection with the in-
stitution of a Hotel Aids Act in
this colony This memorandum
was considered and approved by
the Council of the Chamber at
their meeting yesterday, and will
in due course be presented to His
Excellency.

A recommendation by the
Chamber to the Government
through the Colonial Secretary
that a druggist be put on_ the
Conirol Board, has not been ap-
proved, according to a letter in
reply which was read at the

Council’s meeting yesterday.

Mr. A. S. Bryden who was
present for the first time since his
re-appointment to the Council,
told the members that he did not
feel druggists would benefit very
much by such an appointment, as
matters concerning them were not
dealt with by that Board.

Rat War

As concerning the decision of
the Council some time ago that
there should be staged a Rat
Week in Bridgetown, it was de-
cided yesterday that instead an
all-out rat killing campaign
should be undertaken by the sev-
eral business houses beginning
from July and continuing in-
definitely. It was necessary, it
was pointed out, that every busi-
ness house should co-operate in
the effort as otherwise the rats
might just, after a short time,
leave one place where the baits
were and go to another where
there was none. The destruction
of the pests in the City was a
real necessity, as they did tre-
mendous damage, it was said.

Before the business of the meet-
ing had begun, the Acting Presi-
dent Mr, G. H. King, welcomed
Mr. Bryden back to the Council.

Mr. Bryden had always taken
a keen interest in the affairs of
the Chamber, he said, and he

knew they were all very pleased
to have him back with them. He
was sure that Mr. Bryden would
ontinue to give them his great-
est assistance in all thatters com-
ing uj$ for their consideration.

Mr. Bryden thanked Mr. King
and assured the Chamber that he
would be ever willing to give any
help he possibly could

Mr. A. G. St. Hill was proposed



to become a member of the
Chamber The proposal came
from Mr. J. K. C. Grannum and

was seconded by Mr. R, M. Cave.
Excess Baggave

The Council received a letter

from the lecal Branch Manager of

B.W.LA. Ltd. in connection with
excess baggage.

‘The letter which was dated
June 6 and addressed to the

Secretary reads:
Dear Sir,

We have been advised by our
Head Office, Trinidad, that
effective 15th inst., the first ten
kilos of excess baggage for pas-
sengers travelling over our ser-
vices, will be charged fer at
full rate, and over and above
this weight the charge will be
one-half of the normal rate,

This is a concession that
should prove helpful, particular-
ly in cases of commercial trav-

ellers, travelling with their
samples around the various
islands.

Blind Welfare Association asking
whether this Society could con-
tribute the sum of $200 per an-
num for the next four years to
maintain this boy at the Dalhousie
University, where it was propos-
ed he should take an Arts Degree.

A similar request had been
made to Trinidad. The Canadian
National_Institute for the Blind
was willing to contribute any bal-
ance required. The Hon. Secre-
tary stated that she had tried to
contact Mr. Arthur Jones and
inform him of the latest corre-
spondence but although she had
telephoned him on several occa-
sions she had been unsuccessful.

Some discussion took place and
the Hon. Secretary was asked to
write to Mr. Jones sending him
copies of the correspondence. At
the same time, enquiries were to
be made whether Mr. Jones wished
the Association to continue to take
an interest in Connor’s case or
whether he wished the Association
to withdraw when the $75 plus any
accrued interest would be handed
over to him. She wag also to en-

quire what he and his friends
could do to guarantee the $200
from Barbados

George Scott:— Reported that

this trainee who had been in Trini-
dad for 10 months. had returned
on the Ist April, 1950.

(i) The Association in Trinidad
reported that they were satisfied
with the progress made during
the period of training and were
convinced that he could instruct
people in Braille and the several

branches of Handcraft taught to
him in Trinidad
A list of articles required for

Build Hotels

With Natural

Charm, Not Chromium

Plated

Palaces

SAYS VISITING HOTEL PRESIDENT

“BARBADOS has unlimited possibilities for tourist devel
opment and | am very much impressed by the island,” Mr
Charles W. Freeman, President of the Roya) Victoria Hote!
Nassav, in the Bahama: told the Advocate yesterday

Mr, Freeman is making a tour
of the islands in the Car’bbean as
he is interested in their possibil-
ities

He

' arrived over the week-end
»V

B.W.1.A. from Venezuela
accompanied by his wife and they
are staying at the Marine Hotel.
They have already visited
Jama'ca, Trinidad and Tobago
and expect to leave shortly for
Grenada.
Modernise the Old

He said that the possible ex-
pansion and modernisation of
existing hotels in Barbados would
be a safer course to follow than
starting new ones at this time,
but if any new hotels were to be
built, the mistake should not be
made of erecting ones such as
could be found in Atlantic City
or Miami.

They should be built to reflect
the atmosphere and charm of their
city, using native coral stone and
building them into the scenery,
rather than trying to make them
a stream-lined chromium-plated
affair.

The Bahamas had just embark-
ed on a programme of spending
£75,000 to develop the summer
season this year. They were doing
a lot of package tour, and for
$99.50 U.S., they offered a seven
day holiday at the Royal Victoria
Hotel including air transportation
to and from Miami and all ex-
penses while in Nassau.

Attractive Rates Here

He thought that the wonderful
attractive rates which hotel pro-
prietors in Barbados were able
to offer, should be a big induce+
ment particularly to Canadians
now that they had T.C.A. flying
here.

For the month of May 1950,
travel to Nassau as a result of
money for advertising, was more
than double that of May 1949.
Nassau had a total number of beds
for tourists of about 1,500, a posi-
tion quite similar to Barbados,

It did not take an enormously ,
large number of people to fill
every hotel bed on the island when
one considered the large tourist
markets of the U.S. and Canada,
where thousands of people could
and would come to places like the
Bahamas 2nd Barbados if suffi-
cient publicity and sales promo-
tional efforts were directed
towards them.

The rates in the summer season
in Nassau were $8.50 U.S. per
day per person and included three
meals daily whereas the rates in
Barbados were more attractive.
He however did not think that our
rates would always be lower
because it was more expensive to
reach here, for in the long run, air

Lumber Still
Litters Wharf

During the past three days the
wharf (around the inner basin
of the Careenage) was congested
with lumber and shingles which
arrived in large supplies over chal
weekend by the s.s. Seaside |

Lorries and hand carts could be
seen yesterday moving up and
ilown Trafalgar Square with loads
of these imports, taking them to
the various lumber yards.

When work was ended during
fhe evening, the wharf did not
Jook much relieved. No berths
were left for lighters which occa-
sionally load and discharge cargo
in the inner basin of the Careen-
ge







*‘Nelson’’ Sails
For B.G.

Eighty-nine passengers arrived
in the island yesterday by the s.s
Lady Nelson. They were 41 of
them who got off here, the other
48 being intransits.

The Nelson arrived from Can
ada via the British Northern
Islands and also brought cargo
from these ports. It sailed out las!
night for British Guiana via St
Vincent, Grenada and Trinidad.
teaching was sent. Trinidad ateo!
Slated that while Scott was not
lacking in self-confidence he had
proved a good teacher of Braille
and had had the opportunity of
teaching this to a purely illiterate
person. He had done well with
this student,

(ii) It was also reported that
two accounts had been received
from Trinidad for this trainee.
There were various discrepancies
in the items from which it seemed
clear that Scott had not been slew
in assisting himself financially
where he could.

Agreed that any amount owing
to the Trinidad and Tobago
Association must be met.

It was reported by the Hon
Secretary that it would be possible
to find premises for such a Centre;
that a potential teacher in Scott
was now in the Island; that steps
had already been taken through
the Press to find suitable blind
trainees, but so far no replies had
been received

The Probation Officers had how-
ever now been asked to call on 10
people who seemed potential
students,

Some discussion took place
Agreed that at the present moment
it did not seem possible to open
the Centre but that the Committee
would review the matter at a later
meeting when the Hon. Secretary

would also be in a better position |

to report.
Deaf: Individual Cases
Reported that Larry Butler

Olvis Callender and Joseph Carter
at the special school for the Deaf
@ On Page 7

travel was going to become in-
creasingly less expensive as well
as speedy.
Lone Way to Beat Barbados
Mr. Freeman said that although
he did not like to make compari-
sons, he thought that Barbados
was much more attractive than
the Bahamas and the other islands
would have to go a long way to
beat it. Perhaps the colour of the
water in the Bahamas had more
of a range of hues to it, but the
land in Barbados with the rolling
green hills and panoramic views
was prettier than- the Bahamas
New Providence Island on which
the city of Nassau is located, is

one of the 700 islands in the
Bahamas which formed one of
the major tourist attractions
because of the many varieties of
holiday the different islands
afforded.

Mr. Freeman said that he was
enjoying his stay at the Marine
Hotel because the Managers, Mr.
and Mrs. Iversen had much the
same problems—namely, their
interest in developing the tourist
industry—as his wife and he had
They were having a fine time
exchanging ideas because their
hotels were identical in size and
type of operation -

Very Appealing

He said that the architecture of
some of the new guest houses
along the St. James coast was
particularly appealing and _ his
wife and he were both attracted

to the work of Mr. Anthony
Lewis, the architect
The Freemans who are from

the New England section of the
S.A. have two children and
were residing in Nassau for the
past two years. They now plan
to make their future in the Wesc
Indies

Mrs. Freeman is a professional
interior designer and decorator as
well as an artist and quite a lot
of her work has been written up
in architectural and house
magazines in the U.S.A. like
“Better Homes and Gardens” and
“House Beautiful”

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IN MEMORIAM /
In loving memory or NELI A CAPRI
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in loving memory of my belove
ICE MAXIMIN, ‘nee Ma Alice!
June 15th 1949
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In loving memory of our dear mother
MILLICENT SMITH (nee MacLaren),
who fell asleep 15th June 1948.

“Your heart—so kind and true,

Your ways—so gentle too,

Your prayers—that prayed us through

We must remember you.”

Elma, Mirileen, Esther, Evelyn, Leila
(daughters), Walter Smith (husband',
Flvira Suett (great-aunt)

15.6 .50—In





FOR SALE











AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—6 Cylinder Touring Chevrolet |

Apply Roy Smith, Niles Corner, Christ

Church, near Ealing Grove Plantation
17.6.50—2n.



—
CAR—One 8 H.P. Wolsley in A-1 con-

dition. Done only 13,000 miles. Apply
B'dos Agenctes Ltd., Bay Street Ring |
Evelyn 2987. 13.6 50—Sn. |

CAR—One (1) Vauxhall 12 H.P.|
Apply F. C. Hutson, Grand View,}
Government Hill. 13.6.50—6n i

CAR—One Singer 19 H.P Saloon, i
m excellent condition, to be seen at!
REDMAN & TAYLOR'S GARAGE LTD.

14.6.50—3n. |
—<—$$

LIVESTOCK |

ONE SANAAN GOAT, fresh in milk, !



2nd litter. Apply H. W. Webster, '
B.M.L.A. Society, dial 4238 or 2856.
13.6.50—3n.

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MECHANICAL

TYPEWRITER—One



Standard Royal

Typewriter in good condition. Apply:
iL. M. Clarke, No. 12 James Street.
Phone 3757. 15.6.50—In.

Te anion cacti acca aeaaeane
MISCELLANEOUS

ANTIQUES— of every Seer e
Glass, China, old Jewels, fine
Watercolours Early books, Maps, Auto: |
graphs, etc., at Gorringes Antique Shop,
adjoining Royal Yacht Club.

1.9.49.—t.f.n,

Before the rainy season PLASTIC
HEAD TIES, Florals and Self Shades @
36c. each. The Modern Dress Shoppe.

15.6.50.—3n,









MATTRESSES — Better quality Mat-
tresses with Ceylon Fibre in Best Quality

English Ticking. Size 3 ft. specially
priced at $12.98. Also Double Bed Size,
4 ft. Gin. at $20.98. G. W. Hutchinson &

Co., Limited.
15,6.50,—3n.

————
NEEDLES for your record player. . .
al) kinds including Ruby and Sapphire
semi-permanent needles to play several
thousand recon
. BARNES & oe LTD.
4.5.80—t.f,n.





NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank

Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come
and get, Bet quick.

BARNES & CO., LTD.

24.5.50—t. fin.

*RAINCOATS—Ladies’ Plastic Rain-
coats in White, Blue and Maize $4.80
a 15 6.50—3n.

a
OO

PUBLIC NOTICES







SAINT VINCENT WHEKLY AIR
SERVICE Now makes possible ideal
holidays.

Under one management
RATHO MILL TOWER HOTEL
St. meat

SUNNY *CARIBBEE
on- -the-sea Bequia Island
offers all that can be desired. Beauti-

{No money has been borrowed
the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the
above Act (as the case
respect of such year

Dated this 15th day of June 1950.

MARION G. CLARKE,
Owner
15.6.50—3n





NOTICE



do this 14th day of June 1950 cancel all
authorisations previously given to you
Hubert Gaskin by me, and request that
you inform all customers and creditors
to pay all debts to my office.
Signed
J. ON. THACKURDAS CHAEALANI,
Proprietor, Cheapside.

14.6.50—2n,
—$<$<$<$<—$——$

NOTICE

THE DRAWING OF THE H.M.V.
PICK UP took place on June 12th, the
holder of No. 15 can call at Straughan’s
Garage and collect same.

STRAUGHAN



15.6.50—In.



Wuen a Girt doesn’t want to leave
class—and have to make embarrass-
ing explanations—it’s Paradol she
asks for. For Paradol means quick
relief from suffering caused by
periodic pains—headache, too—
without disagreeable after-effects.

Ask your druggist for Paradol,
scientifically compounded from 4
ingredients, The name “Dr. Chase”
ig your assurance. 22

DR. CHASE'S
PARADOL





may be) in|

I. J. N. THACKURDAS CHATALANI |

eumam Quick Relief from eres

CROWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT BY DRINKING THE NEW CROWN GINGER ALE

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FOR RENT

HOUSES

APARTMENT—One furnished apart- |
ment at Coral Sands, on Sea, with Silver |
nd linen if required. For further par-}
‘culars Dial $134. ALMA LASHLEY |
3 5 $e. |









PELAIR—Graeme Hall Terrace, frovw

August Ist. Dial 8107, H. W. Hinds. |
15.6.50-4.f.n
“CHURCHILL” - Maxwell Coast. Un- |

furnished, 3 bedrooms, drawing—dining |

; room, Kitchen and the usual offices
| Garage and one servant's room and bath
in yard For Sale or Rent Apply
R Ss Nicholls & Co., Solicitors, |

Telephone 3925, 151—2 Roebuck .Street
7.6.50—in

COTTAGE AND FLAT rent furnished
or for sale together—Beautiful Veran-
dahs facing Sea Hastings main Road_—
Sea Water (heated) to one of the five |
bath rooms—Electric Cookers, Frigid-
aires—Telephone 2949 2.6.50.—T.F.N.





FLAT — Modern semi-furnished Flat
with 3 Large Bedrooms and every modern
convenience at Blue Waters’ Terrace. For
particulars to inspect please phone 3279.

11.6.59.—6n.



“ROOSEVELT"—Maxwell Coast, Fully
furnished except for linen and cutlery
3 bedrooms, drawing—dining room, kitch-
en and the usual offices. Garage and one
servants’ room and bath in the yard
From Ist July, Apply R. S. Nicholls & Co.
Solicitors, Telephone 3925. 151—2 Roebuck
Street. 7.6.50—6n.





| REST COT—Welches, from 15th June to

end of July,
14,6.50—t.f.n.

Phone 3065



PUBLIC SALES



AUCTION

By instructions of the INSURANCE
Company I will sell on FRIDAY 16th
at 2 p.m. at the COURTESY GARAGE,
WHITEPARK, THE FOLLOWING:

1937 V-8 FORD TRUCK

1936 V-8 FORD TOURING CAR, both
damaged by fire. TERMS CASH

R. ARCHER McKENZIE,
Auctioneer.
Dial 2947. 13.6.50—4n

———

REAL ESTATE

“SANDY CREST'—situate at Cattle-
wash, Bathsheba, standing on One Acre
Ten Perches of land.

The house contains gallery, drawing and
dining rooms, three bedrooms with run-
ning water, kitchenette, usual outoffices,
electric light, garage and servant's room.

The above will be set up for sale at
public competition at our Office in Lucas
Street on Friday 23rd June, 1950, at 2 p.m,

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Solicitors.
11.6.50.—11n,









WORTHING (NEAR CACRABANK
HOTEL) CHRIST CHURCH

Modern fully furnished chalet in pri-
vate estate standing in half an acre of
well kept and laid out gardens— one
minute from sea and beautiful sandy
bathing beach.

The house contains large living room,
dining room, two bedrooms to which an
extra bedroom can be added if desired,
Tiled bathroom with tub bath and shower
(hot and cold water) and built in linen
cupboard,” tiled kitchen with built in
stone cupboard and new Philco combined
refrigerator and deep freeze, large arched
verandah, all steel windows with hoods,
steel French doors, large stone garage
and servants quarters with toilet and
shower, the house is tastefully furnished,
the beds have both deep sleep and Dun-
lopillg mattressesy shingled roof, polished

pine floors, the den contains grass-
lawns, tropical “flowering shrubs and
flowers together with eight coconut

palms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw,
mango, tamarind, breadfruit, and plum
trees, wire-mesh enclosed lock up vege-
lable garden and tool shed, colassed
driveways and garden paths, will be
sold unfurnished if desired. Attractive
price. Phone owner 8316 hetween 10 a.m
and 6 p.m, $ i 13.6.50—4n

“MEDMENHAM”", PINE HII 1—St.
Michael, avery desirable” residence
tomding on 1 aere 3 roods of land

The dwellinghouse contains verandah,
drawing and dining rooms, lounge, 4
bedrooms (2 with running water), usua!
conveniences, buttery, pantry and
hitehen, Electricity, water and tele
rhone installed.

In the yard there are servants rooms,
farage etc,, and the grounds comprise
Lawn and gardens.

Inspection by appointment sith the
Owner, Mrs. D, L. Johnson. Dial 2238

The above property will be set up for
sole by public competition at our office









ful scenery, sea-bathing, fishing, excel-| James street, Bridgetown. on Friday
lent cuisines and bars. RATES to] 20th June instant at 2 p.m.
37 B.W.I. per day. For further details YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
[and reservations. Solicitors
ERROL G. ROOKS, 15.6.50—12n.
Box 47,
. Saint Vincent.
$.6.50—26n.
——$<— ee
HE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL- WANTED
TURAL BANK ACT, 1943
the Creditors holding specialty Liens
inst HILLABY Flantatien, 0% apemer
AKE NOTICE that I, e Ww! ’
the above Plantation am about to MISCELLANEOUS
tain a loan of £200 under the pro- F z
isions of the above Act against the Apes BICYCLE Famine au
id Plantatfon, in respect of the Agri- ‘m. .6.50—3n
ultural year 1950 to 1951. ae BOARDERS. Coa domfortaple Room

and Full Board available to Visitors
to Trinidad.+ Near Queen’s Park Savan-
Write Mrs. Stone, 80 Dundonald
Port-of-Spain, 6.6.50,—12n.

, nah.
Street,



TO LET—Fully furnished two bed-
room flat Kent House August, November
inclusive. Phone Kirby 3698.
13.6.50—4n,

TRUNK—Very large travelling trunk
extra strong or large linen wicker
basket lined. Phone Williams 8221.
14.6.50—6n.







LOST & FOUND





LOST

SWHEPSTAKE TICKET—Series JJ
2991. Finder please return same to
L. Worrell. Dash Gap, Bank Hall Road.

15.6.50—1n .

SWEFPSTAKE TICKETS—Series HH
0380-89, IT. 7910-19, Finder please return
seme to W. D. Lovell, St. Michael's
Infirmary, Beckles Road. 15.6.50—2n





RACE TICKETS—Series B-1322,
1225, 1326, 1327, 1328. C-3022, 3023,
3625, 3026, D-0263, 0264, 0266. A peo2,
5593, 5594, 5595, 5596. 9 tickets in series
FE. From 5500, 5502, 5503, 5604, 5505,
5506, 5507, 5508, 5509. Finder kindly
return to Charles Edey, Chapel Street,
near Beckles’ Laundry. Tickets are of
no use to finder because they are in
syndicates Reward offered

1

aoe

5.6.50—In

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE







The application of Carlisle

In Carlisle Bay





IN PORT: Yacht Tern Ul, Sch. Rosa-
rene, Seh, Harrieta Whittaker. Sch. Lady
| Noeleen, Yacht Leander, M.V.‘ Moneka
oh. Emanuel C. Gordon, Sch. Belqueen,
“ Gardenia W Sch. Rainbow M.,

ch. D'Ortac, Sch. Frances W. Smith

ARRIVALS

SS. Lady Nelson, 4,655 tons net,
Cap:. Roach, From St. Lucia

SS. Alcoa Ranger, 4,819 tons net,
Cap. Perry, from Cumana

MY Caribbee. 100 tons net, Capt
Gumbs, from Dominica.

CEPARTURES

Schooner Maris Stella, 73 tons net,
Capt. Beal, for Martinique

Schooner Sunshine R., 25 tons net
Fatrice, for Fishing banks

S.S. Eyfjord, 1,109 tons net, Capt
Tiaraldsen, for St. Lucia

£.8 Alcoa Ranger, 4,819 tons net,

Capt. Patrice? for Fishing banks

In Touch With Barbados
Coast Station

Cable and Wireless (West Indies
Lid, advise that they can now com-
municate with the following ships

through their Barbados Coast Station

S.S. Martha Kleppe, S.S. Opequon
s.s Williamsburg, S.S Avranches
S.S. Labreasills, S.S. Canadian Cruiser



S.S. Feggen, S.S. Esso Fawley, S.S
Misr, S.S. Bisham Hills, S.S. Maria De
Larrinega, S.S. President Brand, S.S
Alcoa Posinter, S.S. Del Norte, S.S
Amerigo Vespucci, §.S. Agamemnon,
$.S. Folke Bernadotte, S.S Dolores
$.S. Uruguay, S.S. San Ubaldo, S.S
Esso Brussels, S.S. Flying Enterprese,
ss Pagnhildsholm, ss Atlantic
Mariner, S.S. Alcoa Ranger, S.S. Liss
©£.S. Olgon Express, S.S San Ans,
S.S. Mataroa, S.S. Ocean Vagrant, S.S
Hecuba, S.S. Sunwhit, S.S. Lossie-
hank, S.S. Statesman, 5.5 Fort
George, S.S. Orestes, S.S. Gold Ranger,
3.8. Aino,.M/S Carona, S.5. Andrew
A. Humphreys, S.S. Paloma Hills, SS
Esso Cardiff, S.S Brasil, S.S San
Catalina, S.S. Memory, S.S. Alcoa
Cavalier, $.S. Glamorgan Seam,. 5.8
Tinnmark, S.S. Chancellorsville, S.S
Samuel C Loveland, SS Alcoa
Pointer, S.S, Castledorf, SS. ‘San
Agnes No. 1, S.S. Cavaire, S.S, City

S,S. Esso Springfield, S.S
S.S. Jean, S.S. Nailett
Argentina,

Of Sydney,
Marine Leader, S
s.s Bristol, S.S
Santa Calli

8.s



Passengers arriving yesterday by the

“Lady Nelson’ were—from Dominica—
Stanley Dalgliesh, James Davison, Iris
Carrington, Seibert Thornhill, Marie
Thornhill, S. Ford. From Bermuda—
Maxwell Benjamin.
DEPARTURES—By B.W.1.A

For St, LUCIA

Donald . Barnes, Ruth Barnes, Henry
Grist, Margaret @rist, Mildred
Benjamin, Jay Singh, Mr and Mrs
Barnes

For Antigua:

Capt.. Eric Button,

For St. Kitts:

Violet Reid, Maureen Winter

For Trinidad:

Carmen Rezende, Anita Fernandes,
Lucie Antoni, Muriel Burke, Lilian Bas-
vom, Sinclair Callender, Andre

Duboulay, Percy Mottley, Frank Ramey,
Maria Guzman, Carmen Guzman, Cecil
Bellot, Stanley Dalgliesh, Cehmed Mah-
mood.

Blind Boy

@ From Page 5
were all doing. well, especially
Olvis. The Headmistress of the
School, Miss Yuille, wrote suggest-
ing that Joseph Carter should re-
turn to Barbados for the summer
holidays.

The Committee did not like
children returning to an Alms-
house; but in the case of Joseph,
it was his only home. He was
treated with kindness, and they
decided that he should be there-
fore brought back so as not to lose
his contacts with Barbados.

Vacancies

Reported that the Headmistress
was willing to take on another
girl in addition to the place left
by Sheila Jones, when she return-
ed from her leave. This would
make two places in all.

The case of Sheila would be re-
viewed when she got back. In the
meantime, the Hon, Secretary, re-
ported that she was in touch with
Alynthia Lovell, a possible trainee,
for the second vacancy.

Agreed that the case of Lovell
be pursued, and reported on at
the next meeting.

WANTED
‘wsceuancous (CLEAN OLD RAG|&

Delivered to
LINOTYPE DEPT., Advocate

—





ORIENTAL |
Curios, Ivory, Teak, Sandal,
Jewellery, Brass Ware,
Tapestries, Carpets, Ete.

KASHMERE

IMPORTANT NOTICE

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

The Barbados Gas Co.,

LTD.

FOR SALE
NEW BUNGALOW

DEACON'S ROAD

standing on approximately 11,000
square feet, 3 bedrooms, W.C
Bath, Electricity, spacious front-
age for gardens. Priced to Sell

Apply to: L. & H. MILLER
Reed Street, Bridgetown,
Dial 2791.

Atwell,

1023 of
1950, granted to Samuel Parris in respect

Deacons Road, St. Michael for permission

to use said Liquor License at a wal

FOR SALE

1 at

and wooden building at corner of Queen

and
St. Michael.
Dated this
To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist.
Signed CARLISLE

14th mena of June 1950,

“Ay,
ATWELL.
Applicant.

N.B.—This application will be con

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
on Monday

the 26th day of June 1950, at 11 o’clock

at Police Court, District “A”,

2m.
H. A. TALMA
Dist



Police Magistrate,
15.6.50—in

‘
holder of Liquor License No.
of premises viz:i—a board and shingle
shop attached to residence at Bayswater.
Beckwith Streets, Bridgetown,



Constant Plantation

Principle and Purlin Fac-
tory Roofs covered with
corrugated galvanised Iron
28 ft. span by 125 ft. long
approx.

Apply—

D. M. SIMPSON & CO.
13.6.50.—1w.

— ToAlexander’ g} VACANT Posts











Se



BARBADOS ADVOCATE +
Italy Obj ects GOVERNMENT NOTICES







|
| SHIPPING

OF DISTRICT MEDICAL OFFICER,

7 —e MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEA-)_
Bae GRENADA LAND LINE LYD., (M.A'N Z. LINE) |
Criticism APPLICATIONS are invited for four vacant posts of District] $.S. “CITY OF DIEPPE” ' sails|
Medical Officer, Grenada, Windward Islands. See a ee eee tons
7 » énd s ey nm . ane June
ROME, June 14 Applications must be fully qualified medical practitioners regis- | %4th arriving at Trinidad about July 2ist
> : . Nea _ i i S.S. “PORT WELLINGTON” \s
c The Ttalian Foreign Minister | terable in the United Kingdom, ; on luly/Ac@gust:. Grisbene early Avguat
-ount Carlo Sforza today tokd the Salary will be on the scale $2,400 « 96—$2,880 per annum, plus a] Melbourne mid July. N. Queensland
Italian Cabinet that Field Marshal Sydney mid Auigusy prriving Trinidad

tost of living allowance at approved rates (at present 8 1/3%). Private

+ . . about 9th September
practice is permitted and a travelling allowance is also payable. Free

Lord Alexander’s views on Italy’s There vessels have ample space fo





















PAGE SEVEN

NOTICES







The M.V. “Moneka”™ « ccept
Cargo and Passengers Dor
inica, Antigua, M st
Kitts, sailing Wednesd 4th
June, 1950

The M.V. “Caribbee"
cept Cargo and Pres
Dominica, Antigua



st Kitts-Nev
i6th June





part in the war were in contradic- i : , triete Government | chilled, hard frozen and general cargo She MV. *“Dasewood"” will
tion to the recognitien given to quarters are not provided, but in nearly all the districts Government | "Gury, “accepted on through . bills cept ¢ argo and Passengs n for 8
; F quarters are available on a rental basis. vding with transhipment at Trinidad (fo . Li EO ee
Italy’s peace treaty with the Allies. : British Guiana, Bai Wind-vera ane |, Aruba, sailing Sunday, 11th dupe
The despatches, published in Passages on first appointment of the officer appointed, as well as | British Gulana, Barbados: Wind-zerd any —
the London Gazette, had belittled | those of his family, not exceeding {ve persons in all, will be provided. FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., e 5 ee See
Italy’s war effort, he said. Applications, giving full detai’s of qualifications and experience, Agents, Trinidad | = eo oe
7 Now Governor-General of!accompanied by two recent testimonials, should be addressed to the DA = — aoe | Telephone No. 4047
Canada, Lord Alexander was Com- | Senior Medical Officer, Grenada, and should reach him not later than eines nae See —
mander-in-Chief of the Allied}g0th June, 1950. 8.6.50.—3n.
Armies in Italy. Count Sforza told }
the Cabinet he had not yet received Steamship Co
ts" full text of the despatches. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION -
S soon as they were received, . *
he added, he would make a full All Saints’ Girls’ School — St. Peter Ir:
| statement “attempting to establish APPLICATIONS are invited for the Headship of All Saints’ Girls’ : a
the truth,” School from teachers with at leas, 10 years’ teaching experience. The aor wes ee
| The despatches will also be dis- |minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate A of “Aer ‘ * N.O. ? B'dos
— in the Italian Parliament] the Department or exemption therefrom. S.8. “ALCOA ROAMER |... ae ton” seen?
where fhfee Rightist deputies will Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head se ae
ask the Government to “refute Te a a ad NEW YORK S®RVICE
Lord Alexander's charges.” achers in a Grade I Elementary School. sails Arr.
A — question ‘tabled 2h aoe Candidates who have already submitted application forms in re- | «sg «pyryorp” dated REY a ear i sts we
Monarchists and one Independent spect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, aceom- “THULIN™ Pecans berks : 9th June i7th June
in the Italian Parliament, declared panied by a récent testimonial. All other candidates should make ap- | —--_____,_ __. —_
that the despatches were published | Plication on the appropriate forn which may be obtained from the alah <
“at a moment in which some] Department of Education. All applications must be in the hands of | souraBouND ee
Anglo-Saxon political circles want} the Director of Education by Saturday, 17th June, 1950. N Selle Seite Artives
ho wtnfame “eerinatr: for THON 8.6.50.—2n. ame of Ship Montreal Halifax Barbados
totalitarian regime and diffuse 6th June 1950, S.S. ALCOA PURITAN" May 29th June 3rd June 13th
antipathy and suspicion towards‘ 000? |B ALCOA PILGMIM™ =| June atrd June 26th July eth
Italian democracy.” \ NORTHBOUND 3 ; be
The despatches have awakened | POLICE NOTICE shetirss,
mee oe Neste ce eee me ae 8.8. “ALCOA PENNANT” June 12th For = 1058, Montreal and St, Lawrence
-w SS. tiver -orts
g Seeutnk RENEWAL OF DRIVING LICENSES 8.S. “ALCOA PURITAN" June Mth For Mei and St. Lawrence River
- , All Licenses to drive Motor Vehicles expire on the 31st May, and | “a sTBAMER’ July’ teh |. For. Montreal: and st, Lawrence iver
BRABAZON WILL NOT must be renewed by the 30th June. Ports,

These vessels have
Renewal of a license can be done by post. Enclose a postal

CARRY ATTLEE order for 60 cents and forward your previous license. Apply: DACOSTA & CO.

WUNDON, June 14. Address it to the Licensing Department, Police Headquarters, ROBERT THOM LTD.--New
The Bristol Brabazon, the} Bridgetown.
world’s largest airliner, will not R. T. A
carry Prime Minister Clement | SCREEN, PASSAGES TO

Attlee and 20 members of Parlia- Commissioner of Police.

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PARCEL and REGISTERED MAIL at
3 p.m. on the 15th June 1950
ORDINARY MAIL at 8
16th June 1950

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BEACH VILLA, St. Jmes. Modern
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BANYAN BEACH, Brighton. The Hi: O18) SS Lewin tk Camtenl Ponncity, Jt uae. Biseely: Cy Sockets Sets

most attractive bungalow nm * ' Street t

Sristiion Besoh with the sdded ‘ 376 «GG. A. Lewis, nr. Central Foundry Ltd., Tudor Street, ¢ Hestik
benefits of a perfect sandy beach a my
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muxdera ‘striae whit pen asics Mechanics’ Tool Kits in
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large main living room, 3. bed- . 2943 Ormond King, Kendal Hill, Cnrist Church Boxes.
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First class concrete
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Polaroid Sun Visors.
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Al LEADING NORTHUMBERLAND

‘Boogles’ Williams: Takes

6 Wkts for 60 In Fine Spell
Northumberland — 187
W.L (for 6 wkts) 197

NEWCASTLE, June 14.
After losing half the side for 112 a solid sixth wicket part-
nership between John Goddard and Frank! Worrell gave
the W.I. a slight advantage over Northumberland at the
close of the first day’s play in their two-day match here
The pair put on 80 before being
parted five minutes from the end
of play, when the tourists were
10 runs ahead with four wickets
in hand
The West Indies scored 197 for
six wickets in reply to Northum-
berland’s total of 187. Worrell
played the most stylish cricket of
the day during his innings of 37
Earlier Ken Trestrail had played
an enterprising innings of 42

with an analysis of 6 wickets for
60 in 21 overs.

Grover and Barratt saw the
hundred up after 150 minutes and
went on to add 41 for the fifth
wicket before, Williams had
Grover brilliantly caught at mid-
off by Jones. Grover hit 1 siz
off Ramadhin and four fours in his
twentyrnine.

Then Liddel, Northumberland’s
hard hitting captain, followed with
some fireworks, hitting Ramadhin
clean out of the ground for six,
but his innings was short lived,
Jones holding another smart catch
off Williams at 158.

The same combination returned
Barratt at 172, and the last three
wickets tumbled rapidly

West Indies Batting

Northumberland gave a batting
display of mixed character. Most
of the Minor County side hit hard
and no fewer than one hundred
of their total came from bound-
aries. Cecil Williams, the slow
Jeg-break bowler from Barbados,

















day, but five minutes from time

was caught and bowled by Earl

for 37, Jones came in and stumps

were drawn before he had scored,
THE SCORES:

2-Nil

2—0

Empire

EVERTON by defeating

Cc. B. WILLIAMS
took 6 wkts, for 60

Empire when they met,

hurled
pushing the ball back into play
The ball was then passed on the
left wing to Harper who cut in
and shot hard, but Reece was in
position and pushed the ball out
conceding a corner, The cornet



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did most of the damage taking 6] Voprnu pore ge INNINGS, at football on Kensington yesterday in the Knock-Out}
ickets f 10 runs | re- didard b Jones
avjkets for, 70 runs each. He re-[t Yalin cauce'Chradan’b Piere | Competition.
Serint. teins who at mid-off, hela| Y ‘pnitiipean« & b Witians yh Blades the inside right for Everton scored the first goal|
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three excellent catches. J. Grover ¢ Jones b Williams 20 from a penalty and Cox the inside left netted the other.
1. Barratt ¢ Fone O eraiieae n Everton’s forwards combined |. s| a8
The Play W., Gollently not out 20 | very well to outplay the forwards{ Empire got a penalty. The crowd
- We }. Watson c Stollmeyer b Williams © | of Empire, Yet, Empire made| came to their heels to see
1. Henderson b Williams 4 i P Symmonds kick a scorcher away
‘ t e 3 » ser . rents snort s ick a se “her owz
Rain overnight until about af « garl ¢ Williams b Marshall 1} Some serious threats at scoring. fora the bare a
. s before art- extras b2, Lb. 4, wl, nb. 1 8 | They gave away at least four e bars.
couple of hours before play start Extre ; }
ed, affected the attendance, There ia7 | 800d chances of shooting. ate ee Empire custo-
, * allendé . Total o dian, then gan to take big
was a good drying, sun and the is 1-12, 2-14, 9-87, 4—89 Touch Off chances by deserting the goal, He}
pitch appeared easy paced, Fall of wickets: Foeasiass cae th Ah ;
The West I ‘est ee ean 1~130, 6-158, LING" ANALYSIS The touch off was taken by| foun imself as far down the}
pare | est Indies bega wel by BOW} M . w.|Empire from the South, Everton] field as the centre line and em-
dismissing both opening batsmen waa % 0 19 1 }got hold of the ball and moved| Ployed the tactics of a back}
va ony 14 scored, Walton Was} jones 2 “4% }down giving the Empire baciss| rather than a goal keeper.
well caught by John Goddard anc Worst oe 7 0 |some trouble in clearing their ae re a eerie
Routledge was taken at the wicket Rarnadhin 6% 4 a $ area. A reply to this movement beteaa’ this ‘ bens hrei ek a ’
Then came a solid thire-wicket Williams oe ; % * |was made by the Empire for-| 5° ; is PP on “ Soa
ee of fe eee! pin 8 MeO is sie INGE wards, but Taylor when in elose past nen aie ic a
son, tormer ancashire player |g. Marshall stpd, Henderson b Wat- range of the bars easily tapped] ;“ . a
afid Hunt, despite frequent bowling a eat? Ra ° the ball into the safe hands of Meetuant ete score to 2—0 in favour
§ yer ¢ e s Y ,
chahges. R. Christian c Walton b Watson 14 | Reece, 2 Ss , fter this, ref » Mr.
Williams broke the stand by] K_ Trestrail ¢ Walton b Hunt 42 The Everton forwards were] .. ges. after this, referee
holding a return catch fron ¥ einai ane bunt a back again on Empire’s back line "4 mere ee AY
Phillipson at 87 and two runs} y well c& b Marl 37 |and Bynoe of Empire fouled te Sn .

, + Wommall is & © me : EVERTON: Reece, Robinson,
later Hunt left, caught at square-| @. Jones not out i" give them a penalty. Blades took Gtahe tun bole imanint\ wtavierd
leg. Lunch found the seore at 8f erate: } — |the kick and sent the ball high Harewood Blades, White, Cox and| !
for the loss of 4 wickets Total (for 6 wkts.) 197 }and hard into the left corner of Murray. oe i

Northumberland lost their iy Rats hele Weaken. L Plerre, ae the goal. The interval was soon EMPIRE: Beis enc Grau
remaining six wickets for the} aaiaahin Rite after taken with the score at 1—0 Hynoe,” Wickham, Smith, Alleyne
addition of 98 runs tothe lunch] Pal of wickets: 126, 2-08, 3—10,lin Everton's favour. ; Pavine, Braxton, Gymmontis, Wood
score and were all out for 187, ] 4-17, 5--D1a @~pe. a uin & On resumption, Empire made aan Baiper » 9)

1 Willi th Barked BOWLING ANALYSIS many vicious attacks on as s| * ;

Ceci illiams, the Barbados] »,,, 13 0 68° 1 |goal, but brilliant keeping by
ight arm spin bowler, claimed} Watson 18) 4s) es) re ‘4 i ampts at
a ie eh ickets which fell Hunt 8 1 24 9 | Reece thwarted their atten P J

e of the six wickets c Golightly 1 80 34 ~0 | scoring, At one time, Drayton
during the afternoon and had a poet” 5 1 (12 ©) shot from close range and. Reece
hand in the other. He finished —Reuter. himself to the ground

was well kicked but Everton’s
P, it backs managed to elear.
Ready ro tts Penalty
With the score _ still 1—-0,
LONDON. LONDON.
Jenny Kammersgaard, Den- Britain’s Racecourse Betting in
mark’s 31-year-old long-distance} Control Board reported that the The Weather comes out
swimmer, is likely to prove a totalisator turnover in 1949 fell . ak
tough rival to America’s Shirley] by+well over one million dollars TODAY . '
Mae France for this year’s Chan-|to $72,447,396 mainly because of Sun Rises: 5.39 a.m. h fl
nel swimming honours. “smaller bets”. Sun Sets: 6.21 p.m In t e avour °
Other reasons included a de- Moon (New) June 15.

ADVOCATE





Bisley Team Will: =|

Leave By ‘Golfito’

SHOOTING STARTS JULY 10

The Elders & Fyffes s.s. Golfito is expected to arrive in

eerbotus from Trinidad on June 21 and when it leaves,

among passengers for England will be the seven man
rifle team awh ich will take part in the Imperial Rifle Meeting
at Bisley.

The team comprises Lt. Col. J.4¢
Connell, O-B.E., E.D. (Capt.), Ma-
jor J. E, Griffith, E.D., Major A. S
Warren, Capt. C. R, Warner,

Barbados Friendly
Football Association



M.B-E., Lt. C. E. Neblett, Lt. J. M.!
Cave and Mr. T. A. L. Roberts ' 7 oc

The Trinidad and British Guiana | "eae KN =e
teams have already left on the | AL REP
“Misr”, while the Jamaica team is|

expected to arrive in the Rangers vs. Penrode

United
Kingdom about the middle of next The semi-final between Rang-

week. 5,
s ers and Penrode which was play-
Bisley

> ed to a goalless draw on Tuesday
The Barbados team is expected | jast will be re-played this eve-
to arrive in England on June 30 or ning at St. Leonard’s grounds,

July 1 and will be going up to
London to spend a couple of days
after which they will go on to
Bisley where arrangements have
been made with the International
Rifle Association to have targets
available for practice on July 6, 7
and 8.

The actual Prize Meeting starts
on Monday July 10 and the team
will be doing’ some shooting from
then on up to Friday July 14.

From Saturday July 15 to Sat- |
urday July 22 will be the main |

Richmond, This match was very
keenly contested on Tuesday last
and this evening’s game should
be a good one

The kick-off is at 4.45 p.m., the
referee Mr. QO. ee and the
linesn.en are Messrg Arehee
and E, Clarke.

tee ten Pat

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Lodge defeated Everton
it football, |



DANCE

att

rlé é ar meeting and there will be individ- |

jen ee titties o ual competitions every day eul-
brilliantly caught behind the minating with the King’s Prize on fue the “Teme
wicket at 26. Marshall and | Saturauy a aie .
Christiani batted confidently until eam oots le
Walton in the deep caught | Team shoots will be held on
Christiani at 58. Thursday July 20 and Friday July 7 you

By the close the West Indies 21. Golonial events will be for apie, 0 of your
were 10 runs ahead with four first | the Junior McKinnon and Junior ; as to
innings wickets remaining, having pee ae ae le oe ae et fealty a

. 197. After tea, dies te ;

ee i causes trouble} EX-TENNIS CHAMPIONS BOROTR ota COCHET GIVE DEM- | Senior McKinnon and Senior Kalo-} backache, headache,
for the tourists by smartly} ONSTRATION TO SCHOOL CHILDRE \N. — Ex-Wimbledon Winners | ee ee ee eee OT
stumping Marshall, gt off) ana Ex-Davis Cup holder Borotra gave a tennis display to school The faci eaoase ois een For .
Fee et ee ae in the| *hildren et Roland-Garros, After the demonstration Boretra expiains | England until August 24 and some | kidneys clear the
di rie restrail’s enterpris-| to young boys how to hold a tennis racquet, of the members have made ar-| : excess acids
oro 42 at 107 and when rangements to witness the fourth! from the system and give you a chance
we as alked across one from se ; Test Match between England and to feel better, work better. Get the genuine
Mu t half the side were out for | the West Indies beginning on| Dodd's Kidney Pills in. Gre Blan packege
3 ae Hverton efead | August 12 at the Oval. | ith the red ands today. Large Bt of

Worrell treated the crowd to ; - stores.
the most stylish batting of the LODGE DEFEAT EVERTON | La e

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‘iy oan, The News, 7.10 "a.m. News| THE BARBADOS
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Speaking, 1.15 p.m Radio Newsreel, maa
i. p.m. Music in Miniature, 2.00 p.m. Admission to Ballroom:
The \Wews, 4.10. p.m. Home News from 2/
| Brit 15 pom Sports Review 2°30 o
pom # up the Curtain, 3.30 p.m
| Bwerty Questipns, 4.00 p.m. ‘The News,
7 p.m. The Daily Service, 4.15 p.m.
Th Adventures of Richard Hannay,
4.45 pum, Music for the Vheatre, 5.00
6 Royal Ascot Gold Cup, 5.15 p.m

fer wiramme Parade, 5.30 p.m. Generally






Speaking, 5.49 p.m. Sandy Macpherson
w+ the Theatre Organ, 6.00 p.m. From |
th third programme, 7.00 p.m The |

«|B. vs, 7.10 p.m. News Analysis, 7.15 |

r 7.30) p.m Cricket Report on}
| \ wef vs Northumberland, 7.30—7.45
m-—-Talk by John Metealf, 8.00 p.m. |
lio Newsreel, 8.15 p.m, Gerald Barry |
beak ing, 8.30 p.m The Musie of Sid
hilips and his Band, 9.00 p.m. The}
§ Btoreratlor 9.20 p.m. /Interlude, 9.30 |
p.m. Ray’s a Laugh, 10.00 p.m. The |
| News, 10.10 p.m. From the Editorials, |
| 10.15 p.m, Admiral Peters, 10.40 p.m. |

( Interlude, 10,45 p.m. Special Dispatch, |

11.00 p.m. The News |

WHEN IS A SHAMPOO
NOT A SHAMPOO

Perhaps we should have
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beeause LUSTROLENE is

Reports from Copenhagen state|cline in racecourse attendances Lighting: 7.00 p.m And what goes in ? Why, pure { i ,
that Jenny recently swam . 62} and “the Jong dry summer, which High Water; 2.33 a.m., 4.02 sugar, wheat, fresh ioe hcl butter— not just another shampoo,
miles in 40 hours from Gedser,|caused the ground to become p.m. togetl ith the e but a real beauty treatment
Denmark, to Warnemunde, Ger-!very hard and resulted in a pro- YESTERDAY gether with the experience that
pomy, Late, she swam back; nounced decrease in the number Rainfall (Codrington) .15 has made Huntley and Palmers famous the for your hair. Everyone
nocked ours off the time of runners, with a consequential ins. whole world over. Sot . ‘ : s
Jenny plams to leave for Bri-|]contraction in the volume. of Total for Month to Yester- . . many thrilling ‘knows how good cocoanut oil
at ; ay ad haus : d . otal for Mon o varieties to choose from—lusciously-filled :
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in the British eross-Channel mar- | ‘place betting’.” ‘Temperature (Max.) 84.5 Custard Creams ’ and ‘ Reading Creams ' :
athon organizéd by the London} Although 33,862,485 totalizator " melting!y-delicious ‘ Shortcake ’

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T PAGE SIX BARBADOS VI1V(M Ml THURSDAY Jl'NS IV lS0 A TOAST TO YOUR HEALTHi! WINCAMIS ASSIST YOU TO GUARD IT. BUY A BOTTLE TO-DAY. See tour favourite Grocer? for the be*t r ii \ i r. VMM. CEREALS ROLI.P.D WHITE OATS—Tins 48c ROLLED OATS—Tim ........ 44e MIIFFETS—Pkgn 37* ORAPF NL'TS—Pkg< M r WEETABIX—I'kgs. IV Wc (JOIIS>H>NS PATRNT IIAP.LBV—Tins T ie. I'-'f MUKTON'S PEARL RABI.IY —Tint 51 Wines, Liqueurs, Etc. Muscalel 2.IIH Georey-Chambertin (1943) .2 Beaujolais (1943) Mm Bols Maraschino I %  "" Cherry Brandy ftM Drambuie : — tt.OU Oyster Stout .28 Vi-Stout MMM Canned Vegetables CANNED FRUIT Rosemary's Water Biscuits I'OG Rosemary's Parmesticks Biscuits . I Rosemarys Ginger Bake Biscuits .70 Rosemary's Honey Bake Biscuits 72 Peek Fiean's Martini Cracker Mil Carrs Cheese Crisps ^.-MMi Celery Biscuits (Carrs) I..17 Carrs Table Water Biscuits 1.12 WHITE CHAPES n-ih) %  i;


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p\r.i: TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. JUNK 15. 193" CaJiib Calling THE NEW MATERIAL IS CALLED ORLON H IS i • If GovHn S;iv.tRi vitr. unoni -; d thai aiOub\ theatre debut last night .1 1 tn.iMr II .ithur <>f ihr hilarious ..mni.v. I .I.II KiB| 'I %  Wslch.'' Git* O N the OrM iiight of MIDDLE WATCH. | %  n thfir associative. With i were selling ProKiummc The two Bank t.a>s. and The Royal Bank of A ill also be represented by glam.Mi nWBibtn ol their •Mils, when the 'Barclay' girls lajtu wnue m ol toe i si know yMinsjsters wisn u i aho even mgnt just to buj .< pi •; lew People Knew F EW paopfa ir. H..ib.iM who uu Middu V. Wnod waa tuffenm non. pnouinoflse) only IBM ago. With the Kiiiii dclcr mi notion thsi "The Show must go on," Norman bal i: < recovers Hud he not done -J>, the show might well b#vc hud to be poatponad .is another marnbei or the east ib leaving ibortb tm the United Kingdom on bolide) I learned this from on coat BAM night Lives on The Mornc U a I II \l II \ f \l I KMK Arrived Yesterday M I*S Ql A ITA (AV'I.KNM M W( %  .ing frnm D i ..... \ %  nulkn u-.rmg i d On Short Vi.ii A FTER about lihlooo, daye' AMIVB hullda> in IWbadue, Major ^* OJ Busman's Holiday /"VVFH In EiiaL.ni for a m %  dBBB, < %  • at, Th.mKh on holla**] In workini h Port, an toll by arranKeme ith the Port of London Authorll Kvclyn. aged 30. unmarried. h< I %  ..i'.ion Returned After Short Holiday Y/f ls LUCES ANTONI wh. *• I h.u ix-rn spending 1 a shon D Barbados. returned %  '..imdad yesterday ,,n.-i %  Guiana by B W 1 A MiUarson will ba %  ibout one month on a her parents, Mr ana |la !' %  l ,, %  !... %  "s Gathering Material For A Book M R JAY UNOH nese freelance faun I 1st. is touring the C I r.iatenal for a book be illustrated with phi I >-hich he has taken during IMwts to the various tall Travelling as a guest Of D W I Airways as far as Jai< %  iJay for the Lee wan • •lands, continuing hi* '• hich ha. already taker M ,ix>ul — holiday in Barbados, Major -f by • and Mrs. Hciuy Grist returned to Domini ? l „,'t u f U ye>Tc,0a> t V,! N - %  -' W~ff < U.Y..LA bhilluaglMd. Managing Directoi • Trinidad. British Guiana in M Lucia, they live OB toj ,\ iuHa and B rcw ,do. wrthe Mornc In one Ol th*> snaru Don | km Jamaica he will I* gab barracks which Major ^risi.^s Bag*** WiMi.,..,. n to the United State* and Eni he ill b, '-*^Kl Barbados in his opinion is .' %  < the best spots In Ihe worLl Intransit taking photographs. eepecir> l^d> Ni-1—., '"" r fllm H hope* Pltan here to live rush Guiana Leaving on Saturday • %  SsAH JUliN YAlth OTM the land sgnni Uk Wai parlinent. lookl attsj These oln Military Barracks on the Morin Hill once housed Encliah Regiments QUt are now divided into flats, Mrs. Grist, unfortunati down' with UM n.lluenza short 1> after she arilvad i-re and f unable to d" much 'getting 1 \i* JUIlK VA1KS. ..nodlii> fkUMI Ml JVl lwo ^, aj yum U> around.' i'ho. were saByUt at Howard I .,.j y^ia^^y by ti .> j Statlord House. .< %  lu catch uic i c aVG srtaMh leaves Uarbauos Second Vigil ft&a, who is w lUl A a...,i OHice of bun U.e ,.ii rnonini out of his .... For Summer Holidays M ISS MAURCEN WIMH: who arrued here from Canada on Saturday by T C.A It-It yoslcrday afternoon for St. Kuts. which is her home TtafJT will spend lu-r Summer Holidays,! befou irUiioii.^ tiilaibado. I 11 i'i .lUoul two s C. "' %  "(ommendaii i^peetoi ,n tna GUa fuBto L *>*Um,i*m unu.. M,I. Gcorgiiown asjerotary ol ihe C..ii.i a V eturneu to Bviu h Q m 'i-'gane. anu wuoi.i ii. Ighl In th "lawly N< s v,lv ""' %  ,,L "—K u coompa inu oppoiiuiuft* oi gom^ t.> ..i, •........ i' stayini a> Secret Service llOatlOVa, .-i g^K WILLIAM STIPHIHSOM gflgfl 'J asjsjd of Bannuda uevcioi.'"! ment Corporation which own .. dr> !..um, • i II ei Him i„ ,,1^,,; M iraissii i" the %  Mk little iranini n-led; ....i subh-el l. |. matht >~a'i rai ; ii i* ih<* nm >rl*UM n( all k.i..a hl>... (,. M.nl.,1,1 hl i. NT ll •• oilun • urnnd BBSSM to a*lDn~-4n ihovr >ui> tee t d"*er 'nai md drcn iviih ii> "•' ten %  %  sgfagii % %  mid. l"Hn HIP BJM r .'--isl |i : Tied la be aa the Marfcu %  iMt through some of Ihc I^ewaro Islands arrived by the Lady Ket-i Bpand ins mxi loin; at week. rTom HMO lo lltla llrst visit was n~ Sir William WHS Director ol IIIJIIT. -v.iibw u unij co-ordination in inv -sun !*ray moi uug. Mrll U* mge weeks Weslern llenuspheir r W| WtU •ship here, and wrnl on to Trinlastas.. ,. < pS ir ^y %  '""-" .^ %  %  ^D.rk Argum.nl 'S^^S^LSSTTiS He spent the da) al iM OoOB 1 li *AJi Uial Uua Newton, from hlgd^sat h.mmir America can View Hotel. rrittMsxl, recently in charge oi heslow on a civilian, he was the the liit B| i;„. niK IUTI foreigner to receive it. Sn A Scotsman linking oj %  ppmehini UM WUllani I\M not bwn io England M R THOMAS D. TOWKI1S.' >' >' %  varlat} people In Bng< '"'' three years. Colonial Auditor in Oranada L,u << lo ,r v "d persuade them lo _^ _. arrived yesterday by B.W.l.A. run %  ark .[ programmai n. On 29 Days Leave from Grenada and left lasl night which he and Harry Crowman. li/|ISS PKAHL LEWIS, who arb.v the l-odjy Nelson for St. Vln'"Oin British Guiana, would do %  %  *"* rued from Trinidad about cent on a short visit double act in various Wist ludi.u. ,i week a k o hi ban OH tweiitvA Scotsman, he has been in dialects. In "London Town", a nine days* leave and is stoylt'K 2!!Sl^• -K ,' al ^ ul <, 'if Mrcn "'"''vision pragjrsjmma, Ihey had a si -Accra", Rockley. month While chalting with him %  l( l( l< .j^umant' In B..n„ i... „ .-.a* .t seaweii he told Carib. that dialect, and have been MoadoutPassed Firtt Exam although he was living in the ,„„ ,„ n w r0ini i ar i v w .-*.. he.. ,t.n baking a, ",,„ J ',. %  ; l :; i l ;„ h matarial In iiiit.iin today toi i.ion. until recently an Asatata_. thcM' .iikiunii-nts ...ml Newton. .Master al Combermere School "and \ could brinf in all ihc li,\h passed his llrst exammutio.' Boasley before he left for England dialects ol all the island* it ... Medicine at the Ul on leave. He also knows Mr Talovitlon follow-, up this idea. It ol BrlUjtl Columbia, Vaiicuuw. Cecil Skecte, MroctOT of Agriculwill be Mmiethlng new t,., Ilnti-h Mr Solomon was placed m lure quite well M audiences. m Mathematics, French sM — ~ iiioiogy. BY THE WAY &**„** *T*HE Mayor who said bluntly Jl lhat OOUHgw lo foreign visitors means dollars should be reminded of ihe visit, a year or two ago, of the Owph of QoborlB to a trade exhibition In this country tMtm Princess Sets ; i England at cricket. In Barbados he knows Mr. Petne and was sorry he had not iccl Professoi %  %  '" %  It,TEWS HAS just b^-n % %  ... %  h al I^( n,at Mr George E. Solo LONDON iret, who started millions of British women wearing n/kle-Htrap shoes, has set off %  new foot naanloa VV'nmi'ii have noticed the yoWU> cr daiighlci of Km, (1 ;. %  VI ng neat, low-cut court shoes, still with very high heels but with ;i simple line and usually without platfm pa • Sales of white shoes an I *te B^ WmUd. A Mtii7-fc in front of your father, lie .niH.KN complaint that MlllM mj .. Whv do you ( w., inotlr-ni mi. < %  will not go nenr cail cacn otncr !hcse idiotic names.' a lr..|> will piobal.ly lead lo an „,„ Mli s-uk H Funk Yo,i Impiiiy llmotlern mouse is no wj || (n) n ron Hsp how sillv vour longer SttractOd by u ugly, un(ulllil t. nygwnlc, liKomnvnloui tnp, with a bit of inferloi crieea* displayed Knihi.* without ...i ( *"'' What he expects Is I Tudor A N im-rfmng number of ci"r.reproduction with Un) oak iK-am;)-'* plninbi from readers lhat %  nd a panelled wainscot, central Snibbo seems to have dlsappenre". steel chairs, and .i*' r om the shops must lq honestly cbrornlutri bath. He wants to se oj daall with The enormous Ini laasi hanging from I med.] Ihe salai of this astonishing nOOl tl" liiinr.e. -...nv.-r. B^PtOdUCl has hx| lo ( temporal*Whole llney or Cnmemhrtl Then shortage In the factories at o walk in MiidnWaTsaujjIi Nunaaioi ., i g. Stoke Mundleahani ihe %  man arriving at a s l-i i a/orklng overtlsne, and li %  upplfcM] will Boon be once miM-e Ity the way i| is nol Inie that Threadgohl's Thorogr'p N IV M rile*: / fcetV OH ctUUM Garlerette is owne.1 by SnihlIt I %  /i Soodenateh sp i ite Company. hmior I knoir qftbodu t.ith lhat c ,. MIH0, fl"d naf..rnll„ i %  ,, s ''/' r "" -ioetril III, ir. t SOCCER lnlemuUonal Result. Ilr Khabsrh write-. Got hCI An.lorr.t 1*. Fnghmd 0 Dr. Kluil'iirh's Curnmr t EVANS AND WIIITFIELDS PROUDLY PftfSENT 7iYiT ARCOLA SHOE THE SHOE FUR Al.l. OCCASIONS In While. Black Tan. Green. & Tan & White. at $10.40 to $14.70 HEMEMUEH BRING ALL YOUR SHOE PROBLEMS TO EVANS & WHITFIELDS TOO LATE FOR TEARS ALEXANDRIA Aly Addon, a poor vilUUfOi went •o the police station with % hit %  tack which contained .i Before Uie rat had entered the .sack the latter contained f^OO In I' 10 notes. Aly*s life savings, but the rat had made a meal of the notes. All the police could do was to destroy the rat. leaving Aly to weep over his lost savings. Lift* Sp dare* 3 -human body is breakjn: %  •1 ,\ %  • %  >n< its fall pottn tie! s nalised. Caref.l estimates indicate tn.ii ,ttle as £1 million undei • imp•• t supervision over 1 Lerlod of only about ten yWrt i-lTers p.siiive hope of approRi i-iately doubling the human life %  -nan L.E S Those Were The Days . CHICAGO. Ml gcd. Americans are beginning to ask what decades we are in. The Charleston, which they dmiced in the 20s, is the rage of 1950 Their children arc going wild over the ukelele. mah long I and bob. ed haircuts that dad and mam w nt wild over 30 years ago Hollywood's newest sensation Js a grandmother named Gloria Swanson. Chorlie Chaplin's snclent "City Lights" Is hailed •I a picture of the year. And middle-aged Mae Murray Is lueenlng it in n leading night club ROAD TO SELF.RESPECT "It may sound like putting tha cart before the horse, but I tlrnd.. believc that a man's self-respect will often grow from apparently superficial beginnings and thai deeper qualities may well come later. Persuade him to take a pride tn hU appearance and often pride In his 'character and bej haviour will follow. A bsdrout and Army uniform has been th" stari for many a youth and with quite a few youngsters, cleaning up a set of teeth they've neglected has nroved the first step towards a general clean-up of their personality and behaviour." John Burke, a former Melbourne journalist and now a Probation Officer attached lo one of the London Courts, talkini in a BBC programme a'lout In present work. I um-rsitt. For \\oim-n,80 Yrs.Old %  been launched by the Governors of Gtrton College, the college far women :.l Cam) ridge : |Bsd oration of its 80th am IB ** %  used partly nt of rest-arch scholarships and partly to Improve ihe amenities of the college. ll was in IS69 that Miss Kmdv DavsOBi ho hud lon been interested in higher educaimn for women, took a small house aH Hilchin. in the English county of Hertfordshire, to coach six girts for the preliminary examination ai.d ordinal y degree ol Cambridge University Six years later, when the students had grown in num%  moved, to Girton. two miles from Ihe Unlveratt) dty, j and the college was established In 1875 another famous college for women at Cambridge—Newnham Hall, was founded with U students This number had grown from seven who were at first accommodated in a house it. Regent Street. Cambridge. UdOM by Henry Sxigwick (later Professor of Moral Philosophy 1 sind '' tntW Clough. Hut allhough from 1881 ihe University Senate allowed women to take the ordinary university examinations, it was only in IW7 ih.t! they Nwrt admitted to full membershiu of Ihe University U the niid-lllth century that sisters and wives of Oxford University Fellows obtained permission to attend some ol ihc lectures, and organised classes for women, and in 1870 Lady Margaret Hall and Somervllle wore established for women (iradualhj ex a min ations were opened to %  1 by 1894 all university ex inUnOttons for degrees 111 Arts and Music were available to them Entry to women's Colleges ol Oxford snd Cambridge is. not easy, however, as numbers are limite diuppufi. RnpcM hctkstei *r %  !> doorThan ha irualn .4.1 01 It-.-.Mrr and maschu ta. I NI pcMMdr ar AnKtrn Brrak? A real estaUman sold Iwo lo:s for $750 each, to one customer His profit on one lot was 25*"* but on the other lot he lost 25*^. Did he break even on the' transaction Answer correctly in one minute. If you think you're smart, ot uoit "IM I*M aswtteeoaj n >s M Kit || *1| '0* CMII "IH I**" M^l-l". GAIETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES l >-i Show TOMTi: 8.30 Paramounl's Musical IRVING BERLIN'S BLt/E SKIES with I ting Crosby — Fied Astaire. FRIDAY — SAT I It DAY — St'NDAY 8.30 p.m. 1st ItKUIment of Serial "Till: CI.t'TCH1NG HAND" 0 Ittl Jack MULHALL as Craig Kenmnly The Master Detective Also Johnny Mack Brown in — "fit N TALK" v/>'-v/,v/.v-v//.r*r*v//Av.v//V/////V*v//- SKELETON CBOSSWOBD 1 V r> H PLAZA Laat 2 Show* TO-DJkT 5 A 8 30 p.m. jsn fACNEY YANKEE DIM, in I DANDY IHIIIW :. A K.3II p.m. and rontlnuini THE MIRACLE MUSICAL THAT IS THE BREAKER OF ALL BOX-OFFICE RECORDS fllorious GI/miA WARREN with Kay FRANCIS in "ALWAYS IN MY HEART' i M \( M. %  -..InciaUtd in mo old ( %  > DroKen e ..l.lli-d -l.rlintill %  .~srt: sr Wuinisu nte rcouros— -and %  watery barrlai. Havina occwion for tutaSSksf Ktln, with a fin awlsaiti I ACU in an %  cnran snoilao tno 'I t t u> '/ Often tier* NwAura ot rswMwl UMI %  1. .1' 1 W.-.H-%*n. w..uki ! %  • nromiiirudeq manly (two wordaK SIS P" """ %  ' %  *" !£t!*5" %  "•"— A nornet : rinau.ni 1 Abbif. vi;. :, in We-tnUnaear. I A territorial OlvMlm. m H 1 rea)a-Krt T (two word*). 1 1 mc\uile my undent leftt ku tin* hum award Uwo woeaai LLVH tm*N It a must perplrKing neina ISM


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I I.UI-..I. I.-. 195 0. BarfotuBs Iduncate Price: rt\r. CENTS Year 35. "NOTHING BUT TROUBLE AND WAITING •>Cuke, Greenidge And Cummins Canvass For Deep Water Harbour (From Our Own Correapuudent) LONDON. June 14. VfR. JOH\ 111 (il)AI.I.. M mister of State (or the t in. s has been told thai Barbados needs u deep water li.tr l>our Minnivi In a private interview at the Colonial Office, (he Honourable H. A. Cuke, Mr. C. W. W. Greenidge. and Dr. Cummins explain**} that the aaaa jj of the inland wus dependent upon such a harbour in order thai bulk loudinj: of Mitfar might be possible. They pointed out that the sugar industry in the W#a*1 Indies was faced with a vanishing supply of jute bags since India, owing to increased industrial production, was using more and more of her bags at home. — %  •! Mauritius had been forced to produce at home one-third of tho BlfU bags she needed, and Cuba had recently mil down a bagmaking, plant g| .. cost i -ppinxl[> ,w (ri A 1*1 atotely £600.000. rieOStT i\ICI Th. B W.I Mr DufjdaUwe' t.:ld, had no* sumciem Ipaca • %  Conservatives e Aid To W.I. Sugar LONDON. June 14 Conservative MP'j meeting the B.W.I, sugar delegates officially %  i the House of Commons this afternoon pledge themselves support the West Indies cast. For an hour and a quarter delegates and MFs exchanged question and answer on matters of mutual interest and then Mr. Albert Gomes, leader of the West Indies delegation explained fully the West Indies* case. Sober Outlook He said th* Government's attitude was making it impossible for people in the West Indies to mainlain a sober, rational outlook. The delegation itself was being nearly swept away by wave* of resentment at the rejection of additional tonnage. Conservative MPi, with Mr. L. D. Ofjmmans In th* chair, listened attentively to his word* and afterwards assured the delegation they would do everything they could to help get the B W 1 claims met. Support for the West Indias* rase continues to gather momentum every day. In addition to th* help promised by Conservative MP*s and the British Housewives' League, two other organisation' have now Joined forces, support liv Mr. Gomes and his colleagues Joint Statement Tomorrow a )olnt statement WOMEN All, 0781 T1IF. SIfll' M1DDI.K ". Hugh P0| %  i > dos l>r,tmnTH Cluh's prec. tasW i II Paulim O wrtlni. No oJ baa Wood. "Foil Can Have It" Baldwin Tells Reporter S. Africa Sitting On A Volcano i \li.;. >WN i irh i almlslcf of JUMH I SWIII 1. thnt -ii sect %  m.>n*> the >..,:,• grow llbre producing pb so it was inevitable thai when the supply of Indian bigs ran BUt, they would have uieir sugar in bulk Ships cannot be loaded In bu'fc unless she harbour Is sufllcur'ly deep for them to come right alongside But If this method." loading were possible--and Tat %  nd LyI* in experimental *h* # t>%  oent last year proved it was practicable—savings on bags would be considerable Barbadians suggested that th* sugar producers would probably be prepared to contrlbub pcrcenUKv of the mostey thus savfgs to the cost of building the harbour and that the toll could be taken on avary tun of s exported. Mr Dugdale appeared k very Interested in what he been told, and asked several questions I .SIIMMIT \\ arris Off Two Tory Challenges LOKDON sasssalns Lagoui i leataraosaat survived two Can m the rfouc of I SI By U rota so i t" ... abolish the Qu*aiU|ii*nl o| nine pence a uallnn Jut ii>f nrc midnight II %  i' "i %  >;,; sgi %  mot s to expmyt 'rom the extra tax b* meihanu.il.' I val I had [choirs b) SOg rob Tu iwmbw, hod dl %  | that tin un.u After the meeting, Mr. Greenmojortty id,ie told me "unless the BarbaTh.-. sjroto ttll dos Government makes the firs* ihirtcenth Com*r. it approach, we roi IWI axpoct to get .,,, ^,„ t ,.. i^p,,*, dnc* the new esulti The Odonial-Offiee might think Barbados is too small for such a scheme, which would cost about jL3.OOO.0f0, hut W* think it would lie well worth it." I -K ruler %  TURNS DOW N TRUMAN OFFER Armed lornIn j\n Guarantee For World Peace NEW YORK, Junt U from the Emmre Industrial Asso>-| mrn0l rtown president elation (whose President is the Bight Honourable L F Amsey) and the Empire Economic Union (Secretary Sir Herbert WiUiamsl is to be circulated to all MPI explaining exactly what the West Indies are seeking, und asking that their demands should be supported „__ B0D£T RESIGNS UNESCO. I.AKK SUCCESS. June 14. Mexican Director General Of the United Nations Educational. Scientuic and Cultural Orgjonlsation. Dr. Jstsne Hodet to-duy handed In his resignation to the Organisation's llfth general CfOference rnoetlng In Florence. —Reuirr. offer to head the North Atlantic rre.it i new permanent organisation in London and it was reported lo-dji HI WtLsJniiHioii that the position would he offered to Mr. Averill llarriman m Mr U-wis Douglas. The Near York Times Jil.lunikti. i '.I Jinn,-. Ration reporting u I ss • mg the many important posts which President Truman has to llll. said flKit the chances wens that Uu list of viicanciet. would net longer before it got shorter. "Mi PovJ G Hoffm.m. head ol the E.C.A. has not been in the best of booith rfaasytly. and nimouis i>ersist that he u ill leave U*fuie ihr end of the [ M a r sbo ll l progranuns ho sold %  Ulsrwl Mi ii irrtman R* vbsg % %  idoi HI Buropo, ,tiing to get lutmesivk —(Reuter l WAS1UHGYON J id Griffith I'I.I i if t> i Id Ul.i> ii.ii:iiit. a poooq ind % %  %  %  the wml.l III... lulfa i SJWI .. he human fumkl> and available to all poopasg MM Instruments lor aitalnlna the human ... ii .inkmii. (in Intel -i ship be aihir-i'd I %  speech here hi making pi and are conllnium: uI) of our foods to n the war-torn lands and 11 MM "l 0U1 fl World (Reute. I AUSTRALIANS IGNORE STOP WORK ORDER Of Communist Leaders MELBOURNE, j. 14 Thousands of Australians today Ignored a M-hour opwoTal order by their Communist leaders, and turned up V >rk as usual. Communist Union leaders called on 30.U 'aterside workers, engineer?, building workfTg and ghip nterg to strike in protest against the Govei nment's Bill ' %  the Communist Party, now before Parliament l Many rema Niemoeller Going On Tour Ju 14 w>rk. moal trimmers and dickers at Newcastle. Auslralt.. industrial centre, in Nc Wales Melbourne and Adelaide dockers rejected a proposal from their Communist controlled Federal Executive to join for-e* with th* BttnOfl Unions to WIESHADEN German Evangelic Icadev Martin Niemoeller aiuiouncvd h< pel Bghl ihe Hill. that he would start a lour of, In Melbourne the dockers Great Britain Canada and the against the proposal by ttnlMd qast* nil Sstbsrdsiv J.d(Hl votes 10 120. said in a staisenent isaueu that he was opposed u. Con>m.u>-, asm but also rejected *r aa "the only maa su to defend Uhnsnaadty %  ^KHST^i*. t ... **m i**** 1 -"'' Doca* !" Bydnay •TW arbol* mlsee% plwr ^^ Brisbane supp.ut.ti the bloc tinent He* the kaet tH.1 htth,-no 1^ Sv 1||( s „ H % llp ,. il(i (| (( we have been unable to prxim-et^i nationwide stoppage if any Wall E. ] Clarke said "this should spell the „." death knell of a'l CommuniM* in the PMeealion He said th* proi %  move to establish a Communist bloc for political pur9 Airmen Die In Plane Crash I'KNNSVLVANIA. J Nine am J Eikins. West Vkgj %  syrackag* on Ua Mountain is about ITO mil** southwest of th* Ol Haniabui n. Pannsylvanla, wharfi th %  An Force had reported that BM ol ils tWO inOOtn B3S Mtcbell bomber planes with nine abonr H.utci THREE KILLED IN EXPLOSION MADKII). J A military powder i exploded toda killing three peraooi i d 71. The explohmn followed just weeK aftrr ... r/UltaT] dump blew up at Nae irceloaa Today's explosion wu at Ptnai de Antequera. .'. c ... dolid in Northcf Spain people rushed out Into after the bla-t ReuU-r real spiritual powe and a. spiritual message against Hoi-! commun shevism. he said". "The Christian rhun %  < I H afraid of Communism bacaufj Dot even the gates or hell Wl 1 QWfeat Christianity —tftooatt I of their officials were declared I ved from hdl Reuter SPORTS WINDOW BARBADOS DRAMATIC CLUB SCORE FIRST HIT OOD NEWS to know that the HlllnVn DBgsaaM ("lub have already announced the dale of then next pro IU e last night's DfrformailCf "I the Middh Walcli won them luuJeU with a suctvss Wffttch us worthv ol lin effort ihey ho-e made to increase the number ol nl.tys that ra n bf see. 1 in the island. The full catl Og lus team con Uabuted to ia-t nlght'i bri parsoa*' in appearing so son Liter a very s'itous illne matcher, his production of play in which lie .l<> *in00 Of Of the actinic kf Ann Musgrave. th* gay Amei % %  can, proved ss great a find f.> the club a* did Dr. Klevsn for th Bridgetown Players in While TV sun Shlaes Edward Cook wa all that a: ogg should be and Idris HfUl OS Corpor*l IhiekHt brought down the house The Ralson fanuly w*r reprc aenlad almost in full sirangth. however conducting police hand soin* of whom had heen modernised adth nxl on theii %  hell laekeks and cuff-., duuuhter I** %  vour debutante and RrlC doing a slick Chlneg* Ilov It was a wonderful Rrst nighl for a Dramatic Club sad th* applause of the larg,> audience %  assaatl that Uarbados'thestr.goers approve of thai MceHeni addilKin to th* local actin* Latent %  %  i' -huh %  "• H.-,-.,.. %  u.iunus> gfteOB. •nMTB would beedeit.| In pafBBSl water supplies. \-,..ih. ....u%  • it gfl power .nd light al power djlicnx. Other* were tr.im-d % %  IIIIIM:. I ixiiplr lln \ wintrd uu of the wa,) Mr Swart soM M had a Uat, i lilaine I fion. the t'ommunts: Party i rncea. which was only ode ndlcHtiim of Comiminiil determination lo nain control Q| tinTraafcl Unions Ttrags UauacH ivaaak ha I niunisl members iuclu.led thoN log tnuiiicipsil OS tea.hei Iron and sl*e| worker-. Iaundr>. i.ulws* and harbour araetnrs, i onuner. iai inu.'iUi ;nd lounihltsU. "We in Rout I ra silting IHI i< an* % % %  %  ..id %  tat %  i oMgaj mmm hMttlmu again>T death (General Smuts) has described Comnumbm a* Ihe. -if>e ter. eerie and sil*nl pi.iee-. Realer •Tm Worn Out" (From Owr Own l'urreHp LONDON, June 14 JTAUia BALDWIN. Oovernoiof the Leeward until he retired "for health and personal rea sons", has returned to England. He landed to*Uy from the French liner "Oascoane" which docked at Prymouth in the early hours of the morning. Limping as he walked down the gangplank, Lord Baldwin said lack of vitamins had affected his legs. He leaned heavily on a stick. Interviewed bv reporter (.ordon lloltnan, l.^nl Baldwin vinl In health hud been the main reason for i;ivintUp Ms job. I ii worn out" he said. "If feu cm do a job t<' two u-niN .1 nd. t w.i mouth-. WIIIUMII a Aw off w ilh notlo hul 'rouble and uniting for Mimelhinilo happen— MHI ran have if. U) danM thai b once started to pack hu bags %  •mke. in the Islands he." he said "Aak m* orderh" IndleoUng h^ tall toitt % %  muil Corpo i Kgbarl Pi i i I only started to pack two days before I left UfSfJei Plane \\ ill Be Mass Produced Htm YORK. June 14. A -eiNhii ime~ af tne IxKkheei Kaiiory „t narWnli. QaUlOrnai, are lo bfl devoted ex"dhin the next few liM production of Ih* \ ntartean jet lighter, n W u I-I lin* nasj plasM pnaaasl is to a> i ".ion f^ the armed 'he Iriickheexl F04. de. iproeiri <>i the F8o "asafotlng Star", ami is the Air Force* tlr*i 111-e.ithei J( ., nobler. Equipped with radar tot lying and hunting ri'Kardh-..i gpg|| n4-ss and weaUier. il will be llw Oral United State* Air Force jet fighter capable of rounoVthe-*JaMf %  I '.:'. BtOtfl when il xoes into operational use A substantial number h.i-. been ordered, It was staled DelaUa ol Its performance were not given —Reuter. \ppoint German Consul To U.K. LONDON. June M b> iil.uiues Sctiuenis^n the • % %  .1 (,, -.<-:.i id the r'. : %  I ill of Western Germany. !.-tidoti neat Friday. It was otncially seamed. He will • t by an Assistant. Vff J'Jm. who. together with the Deputy rnajgiif Dr Oho is already in london. will form the nucleus af the stall .date Geawral —Realer. Troops Operate Telegraphs SANTIAGO. Chile June 14 ] Troop* loday operatetl sjn ggaar%  Miey telegraph servne ,, | >,> : I hut all olhei Ibruughout th* enunlry were almost completely nar.lv <( continuance of a "M h. caHod ratatro ay bv Deal ;eml)loyees ,, Tm-striker gff pro testing .Mm i ppfll del-iv In apprnvlin' %  Hill granting M per cent IncfOOSO in < i\ d rvaats pay^ -Renter. Smuts Resigns Leadership Of Opposition Party CAPETOWN. June 14 Field Marshal Smuts who m lying ill at hb. home near Pretoria. has given up hb* powtioi. Pol lirmentary Xeader of the United Party Opposition owing to I long Illness, it was announc loaight. tfcnuls' successor as OpixisiUon Leader. il-yesr-old Jacobur Stiauas, has been regarded as otM of the stroim men of the United Party ever SUM* his %  ppoa n lnttnl to the Cabinet in 1044 As a youny man he had a uiief spell a Private Secretary to Field Marshal Smuts —Reuter Rosa Is Most Beautiful Pilgrim HOME. June 14, A girl from the Philippine Islands WO* to-day elected the most iiesuuful ( jtboiic pilgrim \; %  % %  ri. lo It. me so !.n .n tha Roq Ven bj Usl Italian newspapei f Mrsrapero Rosa Gonrales of lamgoyen in the Philippine-, uadescribed l>> the papei a* having *trange face, neithu Finopean Oriental. Hack eyes, blueblack-hair She was lute a visAlso mentioned in Ihe .Wes%  apero'i Uat <>l uilgrini beauties lr llelh. wll. Of King Leopold oi MelKUini. .uid Canaan, Ducheaa ol vlllavvrde, doubagf of Genera 11 ssl mo Franc The papal addfd that ihe eaoih pilgrim lieaulles ..f Ihe Ortenl efar more outstanding than e .1 Furnpp "Freneh. Kngnil. BolgJaii, Donnari and Dutch \Mirnen have not made i gie.i' lmpta|0Oa H 'he paper said "As for the American women, we now know the tvne and have got used hem Reuter Not the End I have onk a couple of rugs and .Mid Mimics' Lord lUildwm ventured h suggest his dcparlun srould not be Iba md of I I lath i *nh \nligua I go not ihink paoB • wu forget mo buirs." he routlliued I Wag .-died jll suit' l-iun.lei thai tvet tvaai out oi a 'on .,i |'|„. .... NO* he |g hack In Kiighmd Lard a awta srould Uki lo % % % % %  P %  Minister Altlee "But I don't cxpeel he -ill sronl to gag mo When it u.iuxxesied to him that his owo stiaight-speakim: had led to the bakef thai ho a noi s..-| %  Aith Ihe %  ipi-.i' h. BBJ (iiMo :i. aaanaasal OOVOfO ineiii, Lord Baldwta slsauggari I" shouldert .md re p fjfg Cost Him turn* ROBERTSON FAVOURS SCHUMAN PLAN BERLIN General Sir Brian British High Commissioner r Germany, said here today .h the Schumai) Pl-ui U .. most *a>. able and rourjE' towards the solution r' lam of Franco-Getmai with beneficial efforts whole I ani < French Coiuivmii liritish Policy Recover 27 Crash Victims V.,\U\'.V\?. Twem %  SI Persian Gulf neat h*r* i lerday. kRU pants The tot si numt." i %  %  men. eigh' gills wei' had nol vet bee Ida —* %  %  Withdraws Rrquegt I.1KNOS AIRES. JugfJ 14 maul has asked the Senrotura its request for the %  r s approval on | 10 unation of Oscar Tascheret aa dor i-i India This rotrecall i,y ihe foreign Minitr>from New lelh i %  %  involved tn n nightclub incident with an i —Renter Not True BKHL1N, June 1* The British authorities ban W day described as "soiiohi'i se" rumours that the Allie, Counter-Intelligence Sei \ Ugal %  ,: .i raporl .• ffool fkrliti newsp.ip<" alleging tliat Mr. John Foot, Reaters former correspondent here, had Rg | < lact wiUi atom scientists in K rttCbl and Harry Gold, recently arrested in the United States. An official British %  oaid thai the Britain Plal Divis.on and Counter Intelligent* knew nothing : %  objection., to Montreal, very henv% I Reuter % —teyler Cuiiailu Approves IVui'f Mi •••.inn OTTAWA. June H. t -li-d.. r lllk.l... till ... leu, iVM to ilnd a way to get stalled .•gain Ihe t',it.nl Nations Atomic Commi on, n-.w bogtaod -Viet lefusal to work wu). Chinese NubonaltM deien.ile Sue A.int%  diseiis-lni. %  ( uu i national roolrola Mi i.elei I'vaibon. Canadian External Affairs MuusUtr, disclosed this in a statasMBl lo the House of CosnntiMU Extfiiu.1 Affairs Comnuttee. in which he • iiuessed hu approval ol th. raoaol peace mission of Mr Trvgv* Lie. I ni|a taiM %  i % %  SS) was advance* seruai II .. by other i_'.tn. Amei The lleaii was made im the gl iKdxl IU demeu pofiUcol views had changed al all. He revealed that it had ..! him over 11.000 gaauaU) above hu U.7U salary to MHI Governmanl House in thU rt.uri HI the Oovarnoi was ottaactad lo ao A niauied man i annul do it and a bachelor must have prll ll II e.u %  %  '.. IL I I'm. I...I .II Barbados are the same'' \ l %  Wflll rOU get anolhci job from the Government"" I-ord M.ildwui rapttad "I never ask for i ioh gnd I do not expe-t that thev would nfTer me one Journalism He expevts lo live in London and has brought back with him two large eases of pointings by the youth of th* Lafw a jfg which h. srould like put on show In the t'M Clttb He expertg to return to his profession as a writer. Rari haMwin. an the pier %  he left tutu II. at aW aaaag of Us t.)vern*r*hip 4dept COB Molion IjnNN. June 14 The Foreign Politii.il Commitee i f die WtSl (ieim.m Pai liamenl iulot'li-d the Goveiiutient's motion lot sfjtn into 'he council of Buropf bv .i small malority. Dtary quarter, said today. No detailof 'he meeting were diselos*! —Reuter THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY ESTABLISHED 1840 Policyholders who draw their Matured Endowments during 1950 are receiving the following amounts for every $1,000 ... ... t oi Assurance:— Matured Class Value 10 years endowment $1,155 15 ,. $1,242 20 .. $1,409 25 „ $1,606 J. N. WALCOTT DENIS ATKINSON Canvisair.g Representative! C. K. BROWNE Secretary. —r-^-.-^o^



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Till USIUY. JINF. IV 1UI BARBADOS APVOC \TK. r\r.K SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. HARBOUR LOG M MEMORIAM M1J loving tMiWV or NCU A C \PI TON i HI I June ISS8 a* Alb..... lt>t( |.inJ. >-ev. Y-tk Dam BIMOTIHM K % %  14 %  SP m RK.^T %  OUSF> MAHTMIHT Un* furnished ipir -"l at Corel Sand*, mi ... .1 linen tl required For further pai (Mtl DaBl SIM. ALMA UWIJV 31 i K In Carlisle Bay PLI AIR Gri Hll Tn. fro.. %  F Vour wlruor ut ways Iowa a wee bd Cad i rw shall i ,. ..--. %  To ,lrr* LJ. Carre* u.ir Lord ROM, Ag'.ee. Violet. Hl*l i*t Lue.i Papers ulm copvt ii • som i loving memory of our deer mothrMILl'CENT SMITH Merljirent a a.leep 1Mb Juno 1MB Vour heart—w> kind and true. Year wave—so gentle loo. Vour prayers—that prayed "• thnmgt We must f rulBbw you." F.Lma. Mitlleen. Esther. EV.IML LeU idiiidilmi. Walter RtidUi .husband' Flvlra Suetl igrees-a M | I. IT-. FOIt KALE Hl-rlCrllLX" — MaasveN Coaet UP,in.iahed. 3 bedroom*. dr*^ "" %  *. i.i-n and the usual orncee i >ite servants room and bete : raM For Sale or Bent Appl* 8 NbrhelU ft Co Solicitor* !.phone SSBV LSI 1 Roebuck Htieer -.. I COTTAGE AND FLAT rant fural r for aate together %  Beaulllul Venn d.1-1. faring Sea Heatings m. Sea Walar lusted to on* of the Ive b-m pooma—KUKtne Cookers. rnadvlr* a—Telephone BMS 1 • H.—T.P.N. Italy Objects ToAIexamler's Criticism (.lt\IIIMIIM MUM IS FIAT Modem eeml-funuahed Flat willi 3 large Bedrooms and every modern convenience at HI.* Water. Terrace F..r particulars to imp*.-) please phone J7". laswt II Cot "hed nrfpl ft Jr.-.tu. lirai> oin ..* I 11 %  N..ru.ll A On CAR Cylinder Tmjrlw Cr.evn.IH Smith. Nile Comer. Christ Church, near Ealliui Orovc PLatibsllon us so—m CAH One i H P Wolalev In A-l cond it inn Unite aid* IS.Oim mile* App!) | L do. Agencies lid Fay S'lrel Bin* I Hutaon. Gran. *< rxrrltvui rondltloci. to be wen •* REDMAN A TAYLOR'S GARAOE LTD 14 0 S0--S.. IM III H SALES (INT. SANAAX GOAT. fret*. M Utter Apply H. W. | M I. A %  dristj, di-l 4XU OI the rNfn:BAN f CT rt>iiLt •I t D m at Lh* COURTESY GARAGE AlHTF-PAJUC. THE FOM.OW1NG irn v-a FORD TRUCK ltM V-l FORD TOURING CAR. I•• ilrroasrd bv Are TERM*. CASH H ARCILFTt M(KF-N7.ll. AMOMMI Dial *T. • WHn TYPEWRITF.ROne Rland. T^l>•* %  "le^ %  m p*"! rondlllO ^ M Clarke. rfQ II J rtn'ne -TJIIT < Royal Anoly; %  treat MISCELLANEOUS ANTlgUEB— a* •*> detrr^i-on Ola*. China, old Jeoala. Pne laufcar. V'a-ercolpun Fariv book*, klapa. Aulonaoba. C %  "l Oorrlhfea AntKiua Shop, •fliolnint RojaJ TaeM Club l|(J REAL ESfATE %  SANDY CREST" % %  >!. nathuMua. ilandlrm Tan Peiche. ol U..I The huu-e containa aalli SB-JM rooHM. three bedi %  Unaii!.: mtchrnctte. uaual OUHMlli ekfctrU' liahi. saiaa* and Th* above wiU be aet up lor aal* public .-ompetltlon al our ORire In Li Street on Frldav Elrd June. IW. at 3 I CAHHINGTON A SEA1.V. Rohclton I1BW — HEAD TIF.^. Florals ..urn PLASTIC lB d Sell Shade, 0 •n Bhopp* MATTHrs-tra Bettei qvialltj' MaV Cevlon Fibre In Ue->t Qualny % lr SHe 3 H •pedall* M M. II.. .: %  1). .1 SUe. HO W C. W Hutrhlnaon A Knallah 4 fl ft : ... H M NaTMNafal lor your rerord plaver . I'I klnda Including Rube and S-pphire •rml-permanent needlaa to play aevwal Inouaand recordlii A. BARNES A CO ITD M ft.t-t 1." NEW n_\TTEKS DtBAft K IM ":,-\ Sinatra. BlnE and all lb* real Come %  %  'i let. but gulch A BARNES A CO LTD 14 a W I 1 n iMAt t AtRARANK i RRIST imwn -..1-1, me Uvln room which -T can be added ll denied with tub bath and ahower ill! Ii RAl^T^-•OATS-lJldleH• %  •ini.il NfrTICBS SALNT smtVUT nlidaya RATHO MILL TOWER MOTEL St. Vincent and aUNTfY CARIBBEE on-the-aea DeQUla Inland I ..rter all llwl can be <*—>. tim itm. em | l.m rulM and b-i. ATKP „*; I par oaj-. For lurUier det rvatlona ERROL G. ROOKS V\ORTIIIM. HOT f Li Modem I" II y vale ealate atf. well kept and 1,111. I'.. tl" r bathing beach The houae c< dining loom, n ettia bedroom Tiled bathroom %  hoi and cold cupboard/ tiled kllchen atone cupboard and n Philco romblnod refrigcraUir and deep Ireeie. large arched verandah. %  trel French doora. large atone garage and *ervant* quartera with toilet and ahower. the houae la taKelully Iiuniahed. Ihe beU. have both dee^.leep and Dunloi'Ukt maltreaaajaiahingled roof, pollahed %  kM fteuea. IW>•"• conUlM graaalaWBg, lro,m-ii 'RAwerlng ahrulm and flowera toga I h er with en !-.lm> amall orchard with lime, pawpa mango tamarind, brendlrull. and pli "•*. wlre-meeh enrloaed lock up vei t.i>le gaiden *nd tool (had. dMvcwava and garden path. %  old iinfurntahed if deaired pit. .' Phone owner OIO feattwee.i ID .. add fl i. in. 13#K> ARRIVAl-S IM ion. net Cap Hoarh From St Liana K S AH-na Ranger • lit lona net, | from Cumaaa: la V Cartbbee. laD laaa G.mhfrom Dominica. I F-PARTVRES Schoone. kUrka Stella. 13 ton. net (apt Baal, lor Martiniejur Schoonar Sunehlne R M ton. ne| ~ank> 1 I iv!-id 1 I0B ton* net. Capt In Touch With Barbados Coast Station Cable and Wireless hat they can now com. h the following UMP> ugh their naaliailiii Coast Btation S Martha Kieppe. S Opre,.n Enterpreae. l-. r ,i.>ldshulm. 1 Allariltr i.ier. S S Alcoa H-nger. 8 8 Lisa Otgnn E R pceae. II Ban Ana. Matarot, 8 8 Oe*at> Vagiant. S-S lV W, R S Suna/Klt. B H. Lea at .. SB Btateeman, II Fort rge, 8 I Oree fi a. 8 I OoM Rime. Aino, M/B 43grona. II Andre* ll,,„,phreva. 8 8 Palonu. Htlla. IS F**. Cardiff. I.I I 8 Alcoa tl,..,, ..iv. ~ %  %  • s Chafteetlorsvillr. S S sjiiurl C lj>valarrd. I S AlcoCa-tledorf I 8 8 Cltt SydJta*, I.I Eaao Bpr. leader S S Jean. S H Nallett Bristol. 8 8 Arg" Catll by the ; k i .. i ley Dalglteah. Jame, DRVkalB, bM ,,,.., ^ n...,.iMH. Mn .null. S Ford From Bermuda .ell Beiil-miii PWAJlTUBEat B> II W. I A Or 9i. LUCIA Dlii..ild Barnes. Ituth Barnes. rleno M-rgare. yrlsl. Mildred ^ln, J*, Sliufh. Mr Ml Eric ; It Kill.: Violet Reid. Mai ende. Anita Fer.iandca. I Butke. Ullar Cal lander. Audi Duboulay. Percy UotUey. Frank Ri Maria Ohifiun. Carme" Ballot. Stanley Dalglieah. Cehn mood. VACANT poSTfl Of msTKUT MEDICAL ni('ER. OBUDS IDA %  Bffgsal Of D.-tln.-' ROME. Juno U HM Iliiliat! Fon-ign Mini-ii.i Count carlo Bforza today ioii Uv Italian Calili.t'l lhj[ FuUl Marshal %  \.i:i,li.'f'< rltfi i i part in Ihe war were in t-untradic* tlon to the revurimtiun given lo Italy's peace treaty with the Alllv-* The despatches, published in Uie LaeaJan Gaaette. had belittled luly*. war effort, he said Now Governor-G e n e r a 1 ol Canada. Lord Alexander was Corn nundcr-in-rhiH .t the A11iNi Armie* In Italy Count Sforza told the Cabinet he had not yet received the full text of the despatches they were receive,), he added, he would make a full statement "attempting to establish the truth." The .ii-sii.iti-iie-. m ;: ..iso be discussed in the Italian Parliament where fnrV> RighlL-ii deputir* will ;k the Govenunenl to "refute Lord Alexander's chnrges question tabled by two Monarchists and one Independent in the Italian Parliament, declared that the despatches were published it a moment in which Anglo-Saxon political circles wnt inflame -.ympathy for Tito's totalitarian regime and diffuse antipathy and suspicion toward' Italian democracy.'* The despatches have &wakenewiug Italian j —Renter I1. %  %  .!•ti. plu. ;i APPLICATIONS are invited for four Medical Officer. Grenada. Windward Islands. Applications must be fully tiuMined medual practil t.rable in the United Kingdom. Salary will be on the scil.-$.'411 9*-$2.8*1 ut-t tort ol living allowance at approved tales (at preaent I '' tl Pfh kvl yiarti.e is permitted and a travelling allowance is also payulil. PlfM quarters are not provided, but in nearlv ill 'he dx'.ini. t'rovt-nmienl qaarters are available on a rental basis. Passages on first appointment of the officer appointed. ..• well as those of hi* family, not exceeding i ve peisoru in all, will be provided. Applications, giving full detai I of quallllcations and ruq accompanied by two recent testir nials, should be addressed in Ihe Senior Medical Officer. Grenada, und shoultl reach him not laler than IWh June, 1M0. 8 M :,l > DEPARTMENT OF EDI CATION All Saints' Girls' School — St. Peter APPLICATIONS are invited for the Headship of All Batata' OtoU 1 School from teachers with at leas 10 years' leaching experience The minimum professional quallflcati in required is the Certificate A of the Department or exemption tlu > inm Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head lY.ichers in a Grade I Elementary Schixtl Candidates who have ulreud. Mibmittetl application !.. •pect of previous vacancies (tko* till.-di may appl> by letter, acfiip>n.i*?il by ,i recent Icnliuionial II olhei cnitliitalc should make application on the spirropriate for n which may l>e obtained from ihe DepetHment of Education. All applications must lie in thw hands of the Director of Education l.y Saturtlay. Iilh June, 1950. 8 ..30.— 2n. 8th June. 1950. s a -crrv or Adaaaide kU. 18th Melbeairre Ji l*h. Brisbane J' ••Id arriving at TtLnldaat about July lls< B S "PORT WELLINUTON" aaili atydne* mid Au4Pt Bgrrring Trinida Dout Sir, Beptember ItaSH veaaela tiaee ample .aai-s a* .. I .i.l IraRRBS %  >' I • %  SBpl ...r* %  | -pled c. -hr.g' ...1 -nh tianahlfaneril si T. inidad fc . aarg, Barbados Wi—• •sS •> %  it-aada rt'H.NEM. liTHV A CO LTD Arente. Trinidad DA COSTA A CO 1.TTJ The M V %  ••• % %  -Tkaer* --I II I RkaaM ^MoOCU SimmAhipC'o. 9m BRABAZON WILL NOT CARRY ATTLBE IA.NDON. June 14 The Bristol Braba tror l d a l.irgest airliner, will nol carry Prime Minister Clement Altl.-e and 20 members of Parliament as had been arranged, when it flies on a demonstration from London airport on Friday, because of %  'technical A Ministry of Supply spokesman said that the machine had not done the necessary hour* 0T "trouble free" flying for a certmtjtc to carry passeiiK< i grin ted. Twelve million pound: speni on the productli eight-motored Brabazon. which in rjta BM i %  > oatrj :n P" '" gers on the direct London to New York roule. j It llnl flew last September and RENEWAL Or DRIVING LICENSES All IJcenses to drive Motor VabJcuM expire on the llal May. uml must be renewed by the 30th Jui I Renewal of a license can be done by post Enclose a |Ktal order for 00 cents and forward ri .1 pnriOtM license. Address It to the Ucensln* i)eprtment. Police Meadquarti rv. Brldgeto R. T. MICHEUN Issluner of Police Police Headquarters. Bridgetown, 14th June. 1950. 15 e 50— 2n I Se—Sfln. Box 41. 1 Vin %  M GAB 1NDCSTBS AOB1CUL11 HAL B.VNK ACT. 1"4* MISCELLANEOUS 1, IT, loan of CSQO 1 the above A pro. kgM FltniaSJ "ilt.ral ;rat ISMI to ID1. lo m*n ha. been borrowed under Asriciltural Aid. Act. IMS. or the above Act .aa the case may bel in %  uch year baUd thl. lath da) nf June 1ST* MARION O CLARKE. Owner ISSSe—an NOTICE I. J. N THACKUKDAR CM ATA 1 AM > OMi I4th day of June 1*00 ,atu-1 efl LI t hot Ua 1 Ion a pre\'loualy given to yon Hubert Oaakln by mar. and reque-t a >ou Inform all cuatomera and creditor, lo pay all debts to my office. Signed I J. W TMACKURDAS CMAEALANL Propeietor. Chaapaide %  i | H .* %  NOTICE Tin: DRAWING PICK UP took plac. holder of No %  • car c •rritAo''jiiAN 'Can you leil •* A „ Hradol tablet! :-\ IOSI A LIQUOR %  -utlng Tin. dwelllnghome contain, ver.nd.o .K.iulruf ami dining rooms. I., inge. hcdroortM >3 wlih runnlnaj • %  tni. usua -• butterv. PVHV an : ii.' m FJeelrlrllv. walae %  n.l te'.' rhone Inatalled In the yard there are arrvant. f^raoje etc and the grounds comprise l-iwn and eardena lnapmpounded frutn 4 intr..l.-iu The nanir "Dr C*h*sr" •a your asaora^ce. 11 DR. CHASE'S PARADOL aBBBBaaQuKS RasaW from Port %  R SSB ipplKatlon i.f lOquor L* ir.ted lo Samuel Partis in Teapaet .-iiaaa vD:-a board and eh inane ilta>r>ad to resadence at Rayawater. na Road. St Michael lor permlaslon f assd Liquor Ucenae at a "-all .nil wooden building at Comer of Queer. Beckwlth Blreata. Brldgeto-r M,I t:: Mi d.E 1 -Ud. bSSS A TAIAIA. Bks, __j Blaglatnate. EHat ~A~ s,g.Ll CARLJS1X ATWEXsU Applicant B -Thla appUcallon will be ionrsal al a Lareisslru| Court to be haw 'oltce Oun Dutrlet ~A". on Mo n gtay Mth day o* June ISSO at II o'clock FOR SALE at Constant Plantation Principle and Purlin Fac' lory Roofs covered witii corrugated galvanised Iron 28 fl span by 125 ft long approx. Apply— D M SIMPSON & CO 13 6 50— Iw l*IM l-TMl property soundly cotal block stone lih ateel rear ment window. Verandah, lounge brrakfa.l room, larae kihhen. 1 bedrooms. toilel and shower rrnred garden This almost new house I. obtainable at a veri ra aanaaS* Sgure for thl. select neUh bourhood HEAL ESTATE AGENT Aartloneer A Surveyor PLANTATION"* Bl'ILDINfi Phone 44 L E V lewl-. nr Otattfll > O A I % %  r>sBJSSlrj I Oolbaurne Boyre, Worn na View. Ormond King. Kendal IMi Rernar.l II aVS aBaBSt, City UilrarBli OsssseH Ba> land. Cullodan Bead. RI Michael i Thorn.. Rt Marr'a Bow. Cheeps*)-. City C A klu.tor. .. BkanssaM Oar and Restaurant. Wharf, dry Oliver Pilgrim. K.rton.. St Il.iliu Uonel lobera. Kew land. 81 Michael Oliver rllarim. KirVms. St Philip Harold Bader. firanvllle'. Haslinga Ch. Chureh C A Mustor. %  Mar be ,r Bar and Raataiwant, Wnarl. City Umax Wckn. Basle.. Road. City eve are recjiseated to call al the office of I. P. Muaeoa Son A t o J/raaa, IBM a-d brtaig Ibalr iiebew 1 INCLUDING ^>.-3 %  Kul.hrr Oat Mat* spjtlini llurns %  KIM krU HrHa \uii. Jacks 1 Hacksaws Miracle Adhesive 1 Mrrhinlr-' Tool Kits In lUtlrrv llydromelers |l Bovea Oil Tester. 1 IV.I.ir-.nl KUII \ i .... Autw suppresaors I Open End Spanners. Acid Core Solder I t'allpers fjaj lank Locks %  Feeler fiaugcai. Chamois Leathers 1 Screw llrlvers 1.-II..U Polishing (lotha 1 Pliers %  Twist Hull(Straight lypej Krd and flreen Refleclora. 1 ECKSTEIN BROTHERS i BAY % % %  TREET | CROWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT a-V aaRINklNG THE NEW CROWN GINGER AEE



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PACK FOI'R HAKH.UMIS AI>V(K Ml. nil t; — t> n H M II MM BARBADOS &£ AN OOATE f; 1 *—T—---4 *a>wa n k* IV tcvot** C ii*. M. .-rose , nnin* %  . 'IIMII.U.... June I.V PJ.'iO Ol I OF .l All THE House of Aw nement this we<-k of lha spesjeh mad cc-IIenrv the Governor when h, the LaftaJative SeaakHi I0SO-51 on April 25, is welcome. Recapitulating many of ihe main points made by the Governor, the House agreed that economic de\'clopment is uf paramount importance and they looked forward to a plan which would relieve the unemployment situation They ipOaul In f*VUI of consideration of the deep water iiarbour and they approved of immediate and full consideration uf plans for helping the lour1st and secondary industries. And above all they weir of the upuiun that fur the well being of the Colony it U essential to have .1 COOtentOO^ xjand efficient Civil Sen 06 With this in mind they on the establishment of a Training scheme for Civil servants is of "vital" importance and they "note" the Governor's references to the Secretariat and promise to gjvfl "most careful consideration of any scheme that may be sen* to it for improving the administrative side of the Government. Now on what does the success of any scheme for economic development of Barbados and the consequent relief of unemployment in Barbados depend? The answer is on a Civil Set vie,ueared to cope with the influx of more and more work. Is the Civil Service in fact UHUy (Mltd to cope with the present work which it is called upon to carry out? In the opinion of the Governor it is not. Speaking in the Legislative Council Chamber on April 25 he said that the Barbados Secretariat had been set an impossible task. **The pressure of work over the last two years, the eeceuif pubic rAquiiViuunte and the increasing complexity of business are beyond the present gearing of that office. The result has been the nceumuhittuti of arrears and undudelays in dealing both with deparjm*ts and £bc.public. This has'slowed down (ho general administration and has made the work of the Government more difficult." This is plain speaking and i; is the kind of plain speaking that the House of Assembly had to note. But the Governor did not leave the picture he had drawn for others to suggest the filling in of details. He himsell suggested that the s-olution to many of our difficulties appeared to have been offered in many of the recommendations of Commissioner Adams whose* report was signed in Bridgetown on the 7th May, 194P. Now the House has promised that it will give most careful consideration to any scheme that may be sent to it for improving the administrative side of the government. This is most encouraging and it is hoped that the Governor will also be encouraged after this vote of confidence to go ahead with any proposals which his practical knowledge of organisation m many part:. of the British Colonies and of the Civil Service of the United Kingdom qualifies him to do most adequately. It is now realised by all political parties In Barbados that active encouragement must be given to any proposals to increase productivity and to leSVen unemployment. The Government has hlOn satuiled with schemes and proposals and has shown itself sensitive to public •tenuiml In action But there can be no action—only chaos and confusion—until a Civil Service has been built up with the necentry authority u, deal with departmental matters which cm be handled by responsible heedl and which is not dependent on an an'uiuated system of channeling too much business through theGovemor-iii-KxecutivffCommutei'. Tin general public of Barbados would be amazed if it realised how little responsibility for even matters of routine impm tame i> presently delegated to heads of departments. Certainly they would DOl approve of a system which in the long run prevents efficient administiation of what can only be described as their own interests. The machine, says His Excellency, is out ol It must he geared up to allow for speedier administration. Barbados is fortuna'e in having the advice and criticism ol .1 G<>\ ernor so competent to advise and to suggest improver;ii 1 Tl p Hous A bly need have no fear that the public will not approve of any improvement in the administrative side ol tl Government That is what the public wai I I HAH II. SI J\E AT the Museum then 1 %  %  1 Mderablc iJamt isnwed for 1., the J. %  nch ol th< % %  •Kit* of Empire, mid wen* pre tlouan on view -t t SthooL together with •< -.' projects of Empire Although the exhibition, with %  .iDii of deal •re which should not Da \ • -"' it wort by achoo. ihildren ami n--i BS i*-ler oesign, 11 is of a high standard pares favourably wiU> U v.ork produced by similar school. 11 Orcat Britain. The exhibit* show much originality, good composition excellent picluit. %  anat' Tin Md 1*. on tin Some jehooL. count, with advantage broader treatment of subject m.ttUf, (or a painting m not a coloured photograph, and painting cai. uava| compettwith colour photography in the number ol tones The work of St. PhUlp'4 ooys School is a case In pouit. tdcr treatment of sub.ect has been highly successful, .near pictures deeervadlv obtained -i"'fi. di uxsaauraMe. The potter may have to lake Its place 00 .. n a row of poster? advertising 1 variety of products It must, therefore. .. sufficiently arresUng U 1 lo attract attention in whether ID „ vehn lr. must be compelled to l~.i during. I Ume that the poster hu ransa of vision. Not only < -impelled to lo< k. but during that short IImo the poster must convey Its message. Mnn is notoriously, a lazy animal 11 the design of the poster is con fused or the message Is obscure w ry few will trouble to ascertain its purpose. The purpose of tho potter must be abundantly clear. lot if it fails to shout' its message, -'. and as .. poster it is a %  '• Ughtful It r.j> be .idos is UP to many Foi 01 Of logan -Fly v lu !!.,: Tlw a in . design with a flying Hi* submuted ba Oil Foundalin SchooU Christ Church The ma ( rf Barbadoa submit ten 1 |M Stn-et Boys' Scho. i WOU an interesting cover for a brpchui. on Barbados, where the raadc has ample time to *u.*iuced 11 'quantity The OOajar should contain a mininturr. rumber of colours or ton only does this hat ot th* poster tout it dnr.inisheS? raprod v is a commercial adv erti se m ent, and the cost of reproduction is of t ie utmost imp. • Art teachers arc to I jralulated on ihc work produced b> their school; lor art as a subj.. cuhim of schools want attentioi. .. • iRitnber of peri The Exhibits day 20tn June. w-Vk. %  "i AIIIIIIII V\ CIRCUIT" (Reviewed b JOAN I.KSKINI-El I'ubhshfd to-dav b> Nl.hol-o. A Wataon at It/t 1/JNDON, June 15 tad the assurance of financial stability, there seems to be no reason why prosperity should not return to. the. West Indies, a prosperity accompanied by a measure of tealtb, happiness and security for the labouring population which was ii"* 'tun lot In the nth and eighteenth centurtas. when "sugar was king'". 80 says Sir Harry Luke, in the concluding chapter of hl book l AIUimEAN ClItl'UIT"—a book In which he highlights the peculiarities and characteristics of the I islands that are scattered over the ' 11 ibt' ,r. Si ,1. ; ably I"' interested in the hook for its comprehensive nature, and ealth of historical detail. People In this country, whose knowledge of the <"aribi>can Is shamefully limited to calypsocs in Trinidad md rum In Jamaica will be fasinated to hear that in Jamaica little urchins still beg In the streets for a "qunttle" meaning Hjartar of sixpence, for silver i ;..una Is the world's most rcmark;ihle bird, the hoatzln. the ontf living link with the pter dactyl Sir Harry does not omit to tell us that by reason of Its strong body-smell it is known locally and colloquially as "stinking Hannah" He traces In a revealing study the history of the Caribs. a centrifugal people "whose hi-' claim on our Interest ]U in the West Indian islands they invaded ind occupied The maces of the British Wen Indies have not bal leclively described Very little i* known about them here but Sir Harry points out that although the colonies have km>\' vicissitudes, political and economic, at least in one respect jhey have maintained a long and unbroken tradition, that of their representative institutioi.n^ second oldest legislature in the British Colonial Empire is the House of Assembly of Barbados, the oldest "Among the most cherished of their emblems la their mace; and the macs of the West Imlian colonies . must be classed among the finest examph 1 uf the ceremonial work of the English and silversmiths of the eighteenth century." Occasionally, a more note creeps in He speaks <>t lha Colonial Development ami Welfare scheme** and says "Among lha most Interesting Ii that of creating a class of farno 1 holder and of building up an Independent peasantry permanently settled on Ihe land . part tentart] h -r.i. ; : 1 vmusly ha>l I.en | entirely parcelled out among the sugar plantations. a::d economically man :he fall hi tfaa *ugar Uian h..v, lrger islands aritl alternative He says. to.. the West Indian .(onies are riesperatel %  bad -md suggests thathl in the main to tl of the aboriginal %  -location, har vtved. would nor • mdertaken in thr first instance by mlssionarv bodies such as those nrf have educated the Paeifiv Islanders and then 1pan by the SUte s "" Han hopeful %  %  . '"' %  "thanks portly to bod..Briush Council; thanks to the %  mission in its expanded form: thanks above al to ihe Colonial Development aof 1940 and UM5, and %  Htaureea Isaia lusa iaa %  Aei I IS4I and to the ru towards fesMrat, ( %  giveceasive Bnttsh Govarnn home." POCKET CARTOON by OSHI / %  I /.ANCASTFR 1' poor Wilij. 'n't come off a Satutdat *e'tl fml have t '"nrf Diauejf aortic oh it rcn'in nrftinn k'rkrd out of. MORNING \l THE OFFICE MM.All >II II I IMM /I" tl llno.nili lrrs% Hi, NOVsUd) abanrt UsS Wast Indies by West Indians ad fur between, go Bjaj. Earning al ihe .in,. <• 1 ,,... atlttsj h ol a a ff H naost an Mr Mittcliml/ir has a pievim-s novel. C'aeent>nii,....drr to hfti orasttt; Maaaaasj at the IMIHT. J.I> siwd Blna years after, shows considerable advanc< hmque. and characterisation "Jf we examine the criticism of fiction*", writer J. B. Priestley, "we discover It is always insisting upon one particular aspect at the expense of a:: he others, (that of I character If one single test •s to be applied to Action, this of character a undoubtedly the safest." Mi Miltelhol/er passes this test with honours liis characters, the result uf penetrating obscrva Uon and sparkling Imagination, are brilliant!* With what loving exuberance dOSS BJ |#ajssBS to us this (TOSS— section of humanity in tht the employees of Essential Products, l.t.l oi Part "f Spain. Trinidad! Fourteen of tSsM i 'together, as diversiihii m temperament as they are in hue: English. Negro, East Indian. Chinese .id Creole—English-Creole. French-Creole. Portu,'ueseCreole' As rich a med'ey as one woult! n that most cosmopolitan of West Indian r it lea. We me-'t Xavier. the Negro office boy, ambitious •tudious. and ingenuous, old Mary, the sweepei ':< %  prying and officious East Indian unlovable, but much to be pitied Edward Murrain, the lackadaisical English Assistant Manager, encaged in a job In which ba DM1 Bad no interest, but trying hard to do something to justify his position; Kathleen lienery. the sexy end provocative typist; Miss Kisnuulh. East Indian, who u. always disposed to think the best of every DBS Ha Hinckson. the chief stenographer, whos tragedy it Is always to Inspire devotion in th, wrong man _S IN SYRl'p KIIENCH MCSHROOMS AYI.MERS PORK A: BEANS . K.W.V. SWEET VERMOUTH K.W.V. SACTERNE per lb i -i Pk| par Do) per Tin l"i Tin PT Tin per Tin per Tin • per Bottle 1 ar Bottla $1.20 SO .28 1 ui' .95 9 M IT. 2 10 2.10 DUTCH APPLK SAUCE Redoiced from 7.*lc, tn lllc. Ol II HI VIM1IS SAY I laMi By Tea-time On liv%t Day To (he Editor. The Advocate— Sin All reports go to show that our ill-st ; ,M.-,l Tad Hatch nl Old TralTord was already lost by teatime on the first day of pl.iv" It is* idle then ti> lay the t>lame on MU sVamal batttni display, for the trtekaa old pitch. jUhough admittedly ;i l.atsin.in-ji nightmare. dasarva matt) a kind word from tha W I aad England Itowlrrs on whose behalf a U'liign Providence :i|ipeai^ t.i li.i\c inadt special inlervention Certainlv Valentine nor Hollies nor yet llen> could have had anythlni legitimate to complain of on so obliging a wicket, for has it not served to place our Valentine on a pinnacle of world fame and at the same time provided the England pair wilh two bags full Of W.I. wickets? And who among the batsmen can justly complain"" Hutton. nursing a badb buttered linger, could pardonably be excused for Linv grousa he m.iv have against the wicket, i-spiviallv it Q|| dans* aged linger serves to keep him out of the next Test Match, but certatnl) DO) the W.I. capt.iin who it is well \ fiance by the plaudits of 10.000 Lancastrians who must have enJoyed with tempestuous glee the tantalising spectacle of our valiant 'Little John"" lieardlng the lion in his den—forgetful, alas, of the full strength of ills retinue during this fatal and amazing interlude" "Ambition should be nuule of sterner stuft" is, I think, a fitting epitaph for the dusty relies of this provocative Test Match which I have no doubt will he given a iKinnnent place in the tin! of it* unusual pitch as i| manner m game slipped from our grasp In 0UX full hearing on thr \ day of play, with our own captain lost in admiration of such gre.it English daring! And now, all that remains for us to dq %  10 it in paUanca Until the curtain ram Ba the next pantomime 10 be presented at Lord's at the end of next week by a much bef hi n.rr" MR PUNCH. JutK H. 19311 fruit To The H Mi tor The fl drill an Silt.—Re the suggestion that trees sho ild be planted in tha gullies at d waste spares in our little island, shall the tgaaa be mahoganies or casuarinas? Certainly not fruit, fruit, nothing but fruit trees should be planted. What a splendid Idea but what a mighty arny of policemen will be neadad to gu.ud aach trea when the fruit hi in season A bencvoleri. sauiily -looking 1 lergymar. one day auccd a friend if she wished a man to ctast her banana trees, and the reply overheard was. "no thank are cleared too quickly to pleas" me." Fruit hunger, especially with children, |g a mighty urge, bera-o an army o| poUcemen would be ess*ntial—just a side thought — a mighty army of watchmen or policemen to be paid, how high will taxation mount? A TAX PAYER I ntlvrituiiri*hpil To the Editor Thv Advocate — SIR,—I am very glad to see tingood service Canteens are doing for school children; this should i-vteiuied to Girls' Schools alw. and n should be made imperative for school children to nave a hot meal every day Mam parents and guardians, in thenhurry to get the child ofl to school, give an undernourished hasty meal, which docs not benefit the child or aid him or her to progress In school studies. It is surprising to know how many children of even well-to-do folks are sent off on empty stomachs; one look at the child gives tha answer undernourished. These children are usually nervous, and weak-minded and aet into accidents as their young bodies bava nothing to work on. and are heavtlv taxed It Is criminal to send efal on the street bl thai condition. I hope the Canteens may be a reminder that cnildren must be fed proper!* ih-t thing MOTHER STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO. LTD. CRICETES II '• lltll 4II — •TDSat ASSOHT.UEXT OF SPORTS GOODS # %  MH it #.vsf#-;*"#f.v BUS IIV Till; HI.ST MAKKRK UIXI BV MOST KllHBI.i: MAKERS l-KOTKl'TORS. MORI BOOKS KEEFLNU AMI BATTl.Vt. C.I.Hl.s Burma AMI MTHNQ OOAMM RIMM — Kl Hill KS BAT OH. Ill < KSKIN i CANVAS BOOTS I1AK FI.ANNEI. PANTS CRICKETINO CAPS W will b* Plr*wvi lo Serve Vou. DA COSTA & Co., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT FISH sail Maaharsi rilrhiriK in imBed Salmon in tin l.-.bitrr In tin. Ilium >jlniiui Smoked Ktpff ra Smoked llut-l.., k I roicn M .ln.i CEREALS UrrUhix Cream ol U'hrat Cirapr N. Mull cis ran 11^ p., pk Order Now from COCKTAILS (.old Hi 11.1 Klllll Vleiine Sjuhages (.herkin Sandwlih Spread Cucumber in ti t .ins raaaa Orakara <"arr (aaaaaalaai DESSERTS Straw herriea in tins I'ineapple in tins I'liiinin tins Apricots in tins ( %  rapes in linn Qagresn in tins Jelly rowdrrs ltrs.s.rt I'owder* Marsh Mallows SIIIIR in tin.. Barley Sugar Slicks inCraaaa GODDARDS



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Tlll'RsinY. JISE 13, l5 BARBADOS ADVOCATE A th Sentry Kuuipj>ed With Spike And Chain T ut HVTll \f riu: MAIN < %  vn i th) i K ntral Polka Station hat again undergone *i tyl,. and dre*. Hi' now wears a helmet witn spike tod ...j of the %  ;i. in.ci which |g used by Constable* on traffic duly. He also if iitma and the recently introduced cane ban been dn1 1 t as from this Meek II i* interesting tu note that the helmet wMfa spiKc and chain u uM-d on special occasions such as me Court „( Ormnd sOtapanyHisj Hal Kxcetlency. Minnvi YtSTIKUA. the temperature was 85 decrees Fahrenheit in the shade in. Bridgetown and the heat was intensified by the absence of any cooling breezes During the past two days very little rain fell over the island. On Monday and up to 6 o'clock on Tuesday morning no ram fell, while on Tuesday and up to the Maine time yesterday morning the total was 60 parts. Of this the Station Hill District recorded 27 parti. Si George 21 parts. City eight parts and StHeter four parts. F URTEEN MURI: KNITTING machines are expected to arrive for the West Indian Knitting Mills Mt Coleridge Street, and these will be added to the i3 machines that are already installed. A quantity of Industrial Sewing i i g Chln — have recently been added to the Sewing Department, and owing to this the number of girls employed in this department has increased In an interview with the Adreeale yesterday, one of the Directors of the Mills, said that when the other knitting machines arrive, they expect to be able to doubt their present output and will therefore be able to export their goods. "AN ENGLISHMAN'S IM J\ I'KISSION OK BARBADOS will be the theme of a lecture given by Mr Aubrey DouglasSmith, MA., Resident Tutor of the University College of the West Indies, at the Riverside Club at 8 o'clock tonight. It is expected that there will be a good lurn out of member well us non-members. B USH CHRISTMAS' will be shown by the British Council at Wakefleld". White Park Road, at 2.15 p.m. to-day for children To-morrow a show will be given for adults. nnilE LOSS OF m in cash was reported by Gwendolyn Jeflers, of Roebuck Street. She stated that her bedroom was broken and entered on Tuesday and the money removed. L IONEL i HONEY of Station Hill, St. Mkhael. reported the loss of his Raleigh bicycle valued J70 while it was parked on tho pavement outidc the Canadian Club. Bay Street, recently. M OTOR CAR S-96. owned bv Mr. J E T. Brancker. M.C.P., and driven by Elijah Griffith of Pie Corner, and the motor van M-498. owned and driven by Fred II King of Crumpton Street, were Involved in an accident in James Street at about 9.45 a.m on Tuesday. The right rear fender nf the Cat was dnmnged. A N ACCIDENT 0001 HID tl the labile Buildings yard at about 1215 p.m. on Tuesday between motor car X-19, owned and driven by A O. GltfMM of Charnocks. Christ Church, and another CBT, M-2382. owned and driven by Reuben A. Seolv of Pine Road The left front fender of Sealy's car was damaged. S T. CLAIR HAVNES, a motor cyclist, was taken to the General Hospital on Monday, after being involved in an accident and detained. The accident occurred at about 735 a.mnt the junction of Dodd* and Church Roads, St Philip, between the motor cycle. P-235. owned and ridden by Hnynes. a resident of Farm Road. St. Philip, and motor car P-52. owned by Rev. Mandeville of the Rectory, St. Philip and driven by Dorothy Olton of the same address. Both vehicles were damaged. T WO MOTOR LORRIES were Involved in an accident along Mason Hall Street recently. One M M)9. owned and driven by Colvin Springer of Hindsbury Hoad, St. Michael, and the other, X 895. is owned by Clarence Thorpe of Silver Hill, Christ Church. The left front fender of M 1 lUSi was damaged T HE FOUNDATION of the building which will house the offices of Messrs. Gardiner Austin St Co. Ltd., is well under way This new building will be erected at thf l.ower Green, opposite the new Plantations Ltd. buildii While one set of labourers are doing Ihe excavation another icbrls on to trucks and it is afterwards taken away and dumped T HE ONLY ACTIVITY at thi Princess Alice Playing Field yesterday afternoon was a few small children carrying or "marble cricket" game. Another group preferred stand at the southern end (overlooking the Harbour) and watch the lishing boats return to their moorings ami the lighters and l*unche> bu-tle to and fro. T HE MOBILE CINEMA will give n Mm show at District "D" Police Station yard OB Friday night beginning at the us'.al time Other arrangements wh-.-h have been made before have been cancelled -pHE MOBILE CINEMA will 1 give a show at Cane Vale Plantation pasture tonight for the benefit of the residents of the Cane Vale area of Christ Church PAC.r H\l T Build Holds With Natural Charm. INof Chromium Plated Palaces SAYS VISITING HOTEL PRESIDENT "BARBADOS hai unUmitod possibilities lot tot ind I .im wry much imprrawd bv th.Island M l hurl. \\ Kri-iMii.in. I'l.-sidcilt of til.Roval '. n 'M, %  Bahama toM the Mvacats .. Mr Freeman i.. makMl| %  NMI1 r th* islands la ttw Car'bDMa ai "v '' 1 wai going t. rnrrana mt t. latarannl bi ihcir IMJKSII>IU creasingiy i.-. \,, a* speedy. li. ,,ii ,.v,., ih. ...vk-.ii.i I,— %  .. Wu> („ Brut -Inlll i I.A. Iron, yiiminl, Mr Frwm.ii said lli.il alth..,..i. ?f* '" •"•*"• %  Md ih.. I..did not liar to make %  omuaf.laa at IK,. Marino Hotel sons, h.thought that BarbVd... „ £. %  %  lrr d viallrd was much more attractive than Trinidad and Tobago Ihr Bahama, and Ihr ,*hrr lalinrt.luii il. for %  "" AT THE EHPiaE PRESS UNION TALKS ran Fletcher (Jamaica Gleaner). Hon V C. t....o Guardian). Hon Cornell Gordon (Voice .f St In MIS hrlu IM %  lltarbadus A.HLunl) ri, i mads Lafl ko rlahl I'alCI. C. F Hll.hcii. Ra\lway C< Mr J iTru G %  ...I Flow of News Should Be Chamber Drafts or ould Hotel Aids Memorandum Free And Unfettered Press Conference Delegates Told OTTAWA. June 14 Mr. Lionel Chevrier. Canadian Minister of TY.msp irt. told *IS'. delegates to the Seventh Imperial Press Confer lhat the main mission of the Press "to interpret peoplea to each other and races to each other and daiueg I would be "more easilv accomplished if throuuh the world ""'! r n "' l,!ll resteri ... %  ... .< %  a ; r HI illie iiiiiiHii in* nrainii and expect to leave '•renada. Modrrnis* the l)hl "' "Irt that the posaihle pansjc.ii and modern isatior existing hotels In Barbados Ina safer course to follow than %  ttrUaf DsW ones at this time, but if any new hotels were to be built, ihe mistake should not be made of erecting could be found li or Miami ild have to go a long way ... beat it Perhaps the colour of the water in the Bahamas had more of a range of hues to it. but the land in Barbados with the RkUtng areen hills and panum: was prettier tlnin the HahnmaNew Providence Island on which the il> ..( Nassau is otie of the 700 islands in ttie such as Bahama:which fomusl o>w of Atlantic City *he major tourist ,iiiiuu..n because of the many varieties til the different islands A MEMOIIANDUM has been drawn up by the committee 'Ppointed by the Chamber of Commerce to .ipproarh the Oovcunnection with the uistttutioa of .i Hate) Aids Act in this colony. This memorandum was conslderetl and approved by *"** on %  lie Council Of the Chamliet today the despatch of news was free and unlettered". He added %  Had we, in Ihtfs) Publicity Bureau Offers W.I.News unwttifd MM will in due coins.' i.inMiiini io His K\el!eiKv i "inmendation They should be but It to reflect holiday the atmosphere and charm of their *ilTorded city, using native coral nUnr and Mr Freeman said that he wa< building them Into the scenery, 'ijoyinp hbl *tav Jt | ih.Mann. rather than trying U> make them "tel because the Managers. Mr a stream-lined chromium plated ,d Mrs Iversen had mini, ttw ^flair same problems—namely. their The Bahamas had jusl embarkl,,1 ,rc 1 > developing the tourist -.a programme of spending industry— .is inw if..,u.l he had C7S.00O to develop the summer Tnpv w *"" having a fine time season this vear Thev were doina exchanging ideas bocaUM UtsMl IM.. Rial I NOW FRESH IM itiw i'n.i\ i now get your mpply from H. JASON JONES & CO.. LTD.-A h eot.. hotels Bjd Chtmbrt :',. b> the GovOTiamant Iba nnht to news everywhere. :IIII the rigbl 'hrough the Colonial Se.reUry to pick up ran I tfiat ; ( dniggfal inpul on the firmly believ. r> would hlVC Otl 1 [ baan ipof the MrongtM krtet n ,i proved, irooranfj t<> a tattar n The powei of the Pita bl tt. tcpiy whit h wag read at the outworn laying; and the hur.u n CouneU'g maatlng venterday. %  L-IIHII!. theraty antailad M A I Bryoan who was grows even heavier in this age. present for the first time since his when continents no longer dhraM "';, l'l"'intmem t,i n.,,The Barbados Publicity Commitand there is nowhere too fur for *'>!'< the men i.is ihat he did not %  e can give a limited amount of the wings of words to follow '**' drUfflaUl Would U-netlt verv information on other West Indian "I do not doubt thai you will ""< %  by rtteh an appointment, as ds as well as on other counaicept the challenge of Use future ma*ters concerning than) N tne*. Bate Joan Kyih. Secret*.r>. as offering yet greater opporti u lot of package tour, and for $99 50 U S they offered a seven ^P*" of operation day holiday at the Roval Victoria Hotel including air Iransportntior to and from Miami and all expenses while In Nassau Attractive Kates Here He thought that the wonderful attractive rates which hotel proprietors in Barbados were able to offer, should be a big Inducement particularly to Canadi. identiial In size told the "Advocate" yesterday This however depends to a larg, extent on the amount of literature received for distribution. rnd the amount of Informntion fi-rwarded by the Bureaux of such places. The Committee has at present a good stock of literature on British Isles, which was ties to i ft rule i I arlOi %  > that Hoard Hi by the British Travel Association. They also have a number of „, ^rn^r T ?;;;£.,s P Tobago. Codrington Celebrates *j COMMEMORATION DAY Excel le among those the Rat War crning the decision of the Council some time ago that thenshould be staged a Rat Week in Bridgetown, it was decided yesterday that instead an aU-OUJ rat killing campaign mould be undertaken by the several business houses beginning from July 7 and continuing indefinitely. It was necessary, It and would < Very Appealing He said that in,archltactura o some of the new guest ht>u-.<.iUjig tin81 Jai coaat %i particularly appealmir and H wife and he were t->t!i .,:ii.. i to tinwork Of Mr. Anthuny laMf&a, the au'hltect The Freemans who are Imni .„ the New Kngland section of the .... that thev had T.C A. flying USA. have two chiUlinrrr were residing in Nassau for the For the month of May 1950. P*-* t'' y*** They nOM pll i travel to Nassau as a result of t" make their ruture in the Wesi money for advertising, was more Indies than double that of May 1949 Mrs Freeman i .. ,,i i. H.I, I Nassau had a total number of beds Interior designer mitt dOCOl itot M fur tourista of about 1.S00, a poai'"H ••• •>" .irli-t and nuili i lion qulta similar to Barbados. ol her ..rk haa been written up in architectural and ItOUao magazines in the US A. like l love attended Day at Codrlna> um College yesterday There was A line gathering of old Codrington Ian* Including *i. m0n f^" r ? ,V f [h '~ I'l"^"'"'" •"-*' there W0J none. The destruction Miss Kysh said. Inquiries come ^7* !" *"*• The days proof the pests in the City was m mainly from visitors who coma !" '" s began with the eelebraie.,1 they did trehere during the Tourist Season U ?" ' th< "'y E whartil at ntandoUJ dsmag*. ii WtU said. and contemplate seeing some of whll h ""• Prinetpal Rev C. A. ___. the other West Indian Islands Sayer was celebrant and the Before the husinc: of the meetThese are glad to obtain in^ Preacher was Rev A F Mnnde'"."...'! %  ."". %  th .'. A *" tin K.**•* %  *-. Not in.ii.y Barbadians come in ask for such informatic Soiilh not enough of this for general lms s all there by Rev G -ZzSrZ fl nd Rev A r M.nuleviiio reInviteTtl?con^to the* BttreTand "* %  Tht ^ '" ^ U "^ read it up. pointed out. that every biuiaess house should co-operate In 'he effort as otherwise the rat* might just, after a short time. leave .TIC place where the baits and go to another where II did not lake an enornoul> l-nr number of people to till even hotel bed on Ihe island when r .l.u-t c.l the large lourtsl markets of the I" S. and Canada here thousands of people ct.uli' I to places like the Hetti "Hou* Homes and Gardens' BeautifulHahamai snd Barbados If sufD rienl publicity and sales promo tional efferta were directed towards them. The ratea in the summer season in Nassau were 18.50 U.S. peday per person and Included three meals daily whereas the rat"-Hi Bnrl>adus were more attractive He however did not think that oui rates would always l*> lower because It was more expensive to dent Mt (1 II King, welcomed reach here, for in the lung Mi Burden bock to the Council. Mr Rryderi had always taken k. 11. nteraat In the affairs of the Chamber, he said, and he %  thai ware all very pleased Rim hick with Ihem. He %  i thai Mi Hivden would te BlvC them hjs greatinee In all r. i; .tiers com1 their comldewatton. \h Rryden thanked Mr King ed the Chamber that he would he ever willing to give any help he possibly could "We always endeavour to give ^E. 1 5 -, Bra 1 ,hwn,t, • r TP ,IPd Mr A WM ** n d e* by Mr R. M. Caformation about the neighbouring vl11 islands with a view to paying This win followed by luncheon. theni a visit som e tjme during The toast to the College Florear their stay in the Caribbean area. DnmuM Codrtnatonjcnsi* was .,„ moved by Rev. C. C. Conliff" J)L^.. ,,?_. a llml fd and the Principal replied Rev %  T. r "L W 1 rolur V " P'""** A. E. Simmons move,! the t..a:: h S^"' Nya^land Kenya, to the Board of Management and S^'S^^-i bul !h r Re%F If. Dowlen replied The I owevor ,-,H LLJS ". ,her *'; bv Rev C. L C. Mandevillhowever, and anyone interested ond Rpv A plied Th. %  ed by Rev Hassell and Rev. J quickly bv lubhtiif chesi and throat with tha pksaaant va porUini olntmeni A rub brfotr hedtinsc almosi aluayi uiwfi >i attack lea. Ils I.^KII,,! %  la-la -%laii B B || I ......I.*...*. .'S,*,*,;*.;*,' i %  %  %  -i.iwbcrry. AI.TFD Mll.K SANDwlf^Hia .\KI^ TEAS HOT iMyc,i FTC. %  1 gfl] A Lmu'hiriK with > | rK-niasei 1 .*.*.*-'-'.*.*•.*.*.*.*.*, KM I. II is son. nn\r.ii\s %  *u* us. *e are always glad to do all that we can to obtain it to.them." TWO GET ISLAND SCHOLARSHIPS 25 M.P.H.: £5 V. O Smith and R l. Kock. both Classical studrnU at Harrison College. have been awarded the rr.o Islind Scholarships, tenable at Cudrlngtoii Collere \ssutitt: \5f* Winfleld Catwell of St. Judes, St. George, was found guilty yesterday of speeding whildriving the motor bus X-221 on Bay Street. Mr. B. Griffith before whom the case was heard ordered r""" assaulting ami In-atlng Catwell to pay a A tie of £!> Agolhn Iflll with a bcrttl i April and 2s. coats In 21 days or In I5 Verena Crawford of Powder default undergo two months' imRoad. Station Iflll. was vesterday prisonment with hard labour. Th.ordered to pay a fine o) 15s. in offence was committed on April H days or In default undergo 14 20 days' Imprisonment bv HiThe police said the bus was Worship Mr. G B Griffith being driven at 25 miles per Crawford had five previous conhour, victlons for wounding. Kxcess IlaifeaTc The Council rocelvod a letter from the ]..< .ii Branch Manager of li w I A l.td in ceonacUon with axeaai baaafi The letter which wn dated June 6 and addressed to the Si-, retan readi Deal sir. We h.ivi be "i aUvbed by oug Head Office, Trhiidiid. that %  rr< %  B th In I Uv nm •> n kilns of i v -.' baggage f*.i |I.I .%  I at iraveltlnj ovei out • i '"' %  '. will DC ih.iiiie.1 fi.i :it full rate, ind over and above Ihii weuhl Ihe i harao win i i ..i th DOrn al rate. This is a concession that should prove helpful, partnulai ly in cases of commercial traveller, travelling with their samples around the various lalandi Lumber Still Litters Wharf Muring the past Hue*.' days the wharf larouud the mint UMln of the Careenage) was congealed With himoer and shingles which arrived in large supplies over .ha v.-cekend by the U. Seaside Lorries and hand carts could lie Ken yesterday moving up and l(own Trafalgar Square with loads of these imports, takinv them te :he various lumber yards When work was ended during Nekton They were 41 oJ Ihem who got off here, the othot H I eing intrauslU. The Nelson arrived from Can ada via the British Northcri Islands and BJM brought car;;, from these ports It wiled nut lanight for British Guiana via St Vincent, Grenada ami Trinidad BLIND LAD CAN NOW TEACH OTHERS BRAILLE AFTER TEN MONTHS' TRAINING IN TRINIDAD lull i-.iM.lr toow •Harps,im,. ih. J... HUT bowl Uavr uwtnmhi t..itlij>li llaipn <\ teacher of Braltk and had had the opportunity Sodet/ for the Blind Mr, WiiBUnd Wolfai ton, nVkcretarj ol taw AtksoclaUoo wltather ihM nvrote e/iahlni to eatabllth contact tribute the • With OLD A .:.,,',... ,,,,| ,,. kl .„, ,,,„„ f( „ ;(li ||(X| follf ,,, Jn in orni..i|on about the problem in muint...., thll bed at '.lie llalhousi. ,, this Island. Universitv where It wn t.r.,. UJ : nac Agreed that the Hon Secretary ed he should lake ii!, Xrts !>" ,Mcnln ,hi l0 %  Purely Ullleraf reply suitably giving him the InA similar request had been p ^ t " H hmt rtor '' VtV>l w 11 formation required. made to Trinidad The Canadian %  tudent. Tucker presented the FinNational Institute for the Blind ( J ,l WM *'* **portel that Statement for the year was willing to contribute any bal,wo %  rounta had been t-nivid 31st March. 1850. This aneo required The Hon. Score'""> Trinidad for this trainee a balance In hand of tary stated that she had tried to There were various discrepancies against whu h however contact Mr Arthur Jones and in the items from which 11 seemed itstanding amount of inform him of the latest corredear that Scott had not been sk* "*£*£"" JPon^nc* but although she had in assisting himself financially Mr anckal ending showed %  : !-in $494 laavlni i St.466 for the Mr. Tucker What's on Today Film ).hou for Children at Britbh Council at 2 15 p.m. Football at Kensington at 5i0 p.m. Mobile Cinema. Cane Vale Plantation Pasture. Christ ( hur.h at 7 - p.m. I'olice lt.si:.i st Middle Watch Plav Empire Theatre at S30 pm. m ~V<.i .Kl Ie P h nJ him on several occawhere he could:" iTlwn! ""^Ssu. HitV 1 u?1 u l nw, f' Agreed that any amount own. Treasurer Reaigns i5i The Chairman reported that On this ihowtnf There would be Mr. Kenneth Tucker although %  balance on the year's working willing to continue as a member Ol $496 unless other sources of of the Committee was unable to income were tapped, continue to be Hon. Treasurer Agreed an effort should be He therefore asked to be relieved made to raise additional funds; of these duties particularly the Canadi The Chairman expressed gratiwomen's Club and tude for his work in the past and Players should %  Jones sending the correspondence. Association mult be met '"' It was reported by the lion Al Secretary that it would l>e possible Mrnada .MUw Mr. Jrmc, .lshad ,„„, p„, rn ,,a| „, c ter in Sroll .he AaaMatlon to cannnw lo Uke w „ now ln ,„. „„„„. ,„„ Up K E ? in Connors %  or h d ,|„„ av h„, ,.|„ n h roo :h wnnhcr he wiih.-.l the Asssdatlaa „„. pm. t„ nnd .ullalilr lilln.l __ lo wilhdraw whon lh 73 ,.lo any i„, n r..., bul o far no rrpllc had Rn.lsetown aeeruad uilprpsl would be handed baan received ppriNirhed over to him She wa B alto to n__ clad that the Commute., askfns for a further ooaation and quire what he and'his frlands could look forward, to having him Jxuntlns out thal_ nona had been could do to guarantee made during 1S4D present at future meetings. I II wan then proposed, seconded ind unanimously agreed that Mr Blind: Individual Case*. V E. Cobham be asked lo take Maurice Cannor: Tl onthe Hon Treamrership of the Treasurer reported that although ^Sf Jit %  %  %  was not shown In the Fm.-mcl;.! •rJL" Ch f r -"" n '"If ,h "' M ', sl '"oen. there was a sum of Cobham had already expressed $75 In the Covcrnmhnl Savinsreadiness to undertake thl. Mr Bank earmarked foe Ihi. lad ICobhsm then joined the meeting. 11 was welcomed and thanked for ihat since the last meeting n. 'hat he could | hi. helpfulness. letters had be, • .|ilc in llraille nnd ihe several The Probation OfTicer. had howicr now been asked to call on 1! 200 iieople who seemed potentia .'ludenu. Some discussion look place '. ... Barbados '••""• I ll Hl llepnrted that this trainee who had been In TrlnlAtTrra ,„„ a Ib nt dad for 10 month* had returned ., A A _-, on the 1st April. 1950. The Aist %  Mon Trinidad Contact possible to open he Centre but that the Commute viiulrt review the mitter at a late: ported that they were satisfied meeting; when the Hon S. Ith the progress made during would also be in n better position period of training and were •<, report. Deal: Individual Caiea Reported that Larry Hut) from Mr Lawlcy of the Canabranchea of Handcraft taught to Qlvis Callender nnd Joseph Carter [fee lion Secretary read a letdian National Institute ,nd the him m Trinidad ., h „ ,^-,.1,1 ,,hooI for the Deaf F-mpire other from the Trinidad & Tobago A ' | i^iij.red for # Qa Page 1 ter from the I Beautiful hair requires careful grooming TRY 0N£ OF THESE Oonli Coml %  I %  w. %  L %  P 1 Ms. 14 tl t* & SI 00 •s sijim s:t.oo thg following items Bcener} Hroochen $1.20 6 $1 OH iiton Bei :OII & %\** and CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12 & BROAD STREET on vor ir.t.vr m #•:* VAMAVB? SELECT A VALOR STOVE VOH II III. Mil I f.V I A -J III II SI II MO III is al COURTESY GAHAG1 Whiicpa/k (IIOIII III I HUM I.TI. Dial 4391



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Tiii'Rsnw. JUNE IS ifl-vi BARBADOS Al>V ft* Ur.trr Uh, Know. Th* i'.epic MM Know What i GOIMJ On %  .•drd and %  %  % % %  ihe ring, a • ill to bed Ludj Dean luce, ihe moat for. %  his tWlli %  Pi iceasor L-. P th junior, chuck• : i' ..i grand %  i. i %  wrow nt friends M and Use %  fal 160, wo -iimittee o( %  wilh the % %  %  % %  ... all I %  way from White City'* to mc that Sfa iw should • ring, and the : bed. %  like this. %  i i parachuu %  i %  Will do. i I %  %  L i a I) on June ft >. ... In ihe i %  but h.p orned mi Bandaged Bread NKWCASTLS. Eng .luerutivt' %  •'< and costi t court tCN aSUlPg i. ,i ; %  bandage in it il L Annie Smith %  I UllUl)-. It, found UK Inglde %  i road —l N.s. HOLY VKAll TRAVEL BY PAA Pon Amncon'l worldwide System offers you the grtotost choice of route* "o Rome, enabling you to wop over ond visit many tnterestinq placet ond shrine* on (oule. And, Over many ol PAAi routes, special low fo*es ore now in efteci 1 Aboard PAA's late.4 motor Clippers* including the luxurious new double decked Clipper between New York ond London -you ore assured of the finest service available anywhere .. (he utmost in comfort, speed, dependability, delicious meals served aloft, attentive, courteous personnel throughout your entire Journey. To moke your Holy Teor journey to Rome both memorable ond enioyoble. go by PAA %  th best way "i the wn-ld to travel anywhere in 'he world. .' j.r your pleas — iMwII see' •: agent o> *sh tear P*A ticfc't alter ter cent at neaj. inler etbag Hair Tear faMr*. PAINLESS TEETH? _. cm. \. i The bran new world In denti ,. ls M % %  %  %  il hi ' %  %  IIIK om|>hiUi.,.ii, it i, I %  Tha i arlihlv IliumRuns 15 Miles At 84 • IN Tim ol-vi MI -iUi "all Pupatu il Motioi milfagjnri e "cuailruii %  oi. BHOI WM the Am publk '• >f it" air drill, or 1 %  s Teas .1. • %  -< ,,id ibc pai Iflc aim of taking In* aouni %  %  %  Hi It. h Bl h 11 Christl, invent explained Ihat II on t:,< %  %  i lead %  An abraalva, round as lincu powder, surface <>i lha toota under H. p> unda .,1 all >> %  • -.mi. tl ijtti liny noxfle. Mi i' M DMii\< foal loui inui Charlie Karl ol i on i ,: on the Una Inli w "I walk and alway* WaMed (CM tun) at laa M> main sfcrei the MM ..I,,, h diaturbi tnj wtf* i~ thui i %  whan i .-"I hu Charlie probably couMni MM • • fMlanil endorsement ol his l-" %  vta* health ui.m Iran UM madlcal L'iM|bil> Ol bis dlatar? habra II MM %  lUMllft eats as what he Fares $9.80 Sinvie $15.44) Return 135 Miles By Helicopter "Hyperbole" Wins Ascot Honours (From \rll\0\ nCOUlAM) %  %  %  %  old aw I .: H> i-'i • %  mil i'i I I tan il N J 'Hyparbala**, a • liaa racftw arthti I i. fDVourtti %  Ki\e LCaWtlH lli'hmd %  Ni rtolh. i; 1 eacortd < % %  ; i.i i ol liKht I'liiiiu three horaea be%  ..i the Mile ind %  hall Hibi.ie>K< %  i. I, ev.'nlualU will I*. Fn-ii.i.-bred inly "La it.iiile". atartina at It ta 2 \>\ .. Ihend (mm Irish Ally "LoMhf a lib 13 to 8 n* d brei tinl tr.inrti mVOUrleS Plume" i i k nwiiy third I'lin.e AU Khan OWIU llafl artfl u ins fathar. the \, %  Khan nation j N of I v with ins nil. "Tambai >. ih r> brtraurltc. th.onb othai favaui it. In lha last i.,,,Q| iii* %  i.. |er tj Btakei • iwiii Doubk r. Up un.i in the Di>rhv won tl | •:, bora Mara tuipai oi an %  TUsre'a a lot of BEEF in a little BOVRIL h Be*riluutea oat aouae, wd Jnn* il daily. •Remember BOVRIL makes excellent landwicheM, and improves all dishes. LOOK YOUR BEST • v %  fuletldi In iM-i4. whan %  %  %  '.I. ii lally. iti .!,, %  %  !„ %  ... ithdrawi turbo-jet .'t'.i lurbi %  on< i MI plane rorrmd on U B I he new lypea They inriud LONDON. 1 -.. ,, i *h ntontbj %  imMital, dvtl and an i ... %  mi %  engine M .Jlhaa hall th bv MM turbine eiuiine Um ig the la la lire nuki ii..,.. m ,ml i M M *r i i %  IS nuM id, i i %  %  %  ''' M.i i. i World's < .,n,i in i %  %  plane whi. h gave Britain %  >, PHI Hemv lwrnt>-four quartlit heet route. In that maratbry he ran J lo(4 1 of S31 mile*, jveraaim not quite fourteen unit-, to "" quart But whatever doctora n about his Uvlrm habll i .,n ii it % % % %  mating; It const Cnaitjle | ui loped or doiH' the i i tnc over al least a quai million miles ol 'be good mnh. lie says M-idbingly Hint hr lu-i -no sympathy lor octogenerlanj who '^^ lo carnal wait for the end T ntn no believer in rocking chairs." Vnr ft this air drill do %  mi the pain '<• t\ \ Ibratlon ^" l tor an %  % % %  % %  %  whimper — ih* cmii"nlv w hiiimg inechnlea| drill And. ...in, 10 g | ,i makes ihi denlram lob QUII I e.isiei 1 %  i mil nslral %  %  ,. iisp drill on a IWN nectlon wlDi ihs mnual rwmacomli %  celebration al hlch i)i i a graduate. Tii. n o sll blonde ihJohn V Let i %  professor of i>]>erntive dentistry at Northwestern osed I briKivr to prepare the tooth for QUlm The operation usual!) take* from 10 10 I II. Di Leni mlnule i ''V'":' del w %  Ww" '"•"' ,„ l„r one uviim. bu, "much. moeB b*lm ,i>nn %  llr HlacR said. : rntiwlv wllh tli^ mwhanl'Jl ,"'" %  mm OH tatwr wUI b. "'*<>•* l !" an. BnlihlM %  %  ""< A • I rtcv.-lopn.r-nl lh>"< -,S,vo %  „,,.,, %  .. In % % %  %  %  "' iind il';" II INS ten-minute '* M i-i'|i I long MM ,— ii.iH has aajtfSaaasMl la naa • at nmunaaslla menu has easaasird al bread and marmaladr watn and beer. A few tears bee* when he heal two hnwi In a m %  "' * -' %  % %  ""• %  ."'. u igb I i s alked IW ,. Mi ... i .i i thai II. id i" %  raj timed in % %  %  %  ..( .il-.ut 5.10. 1 %  %  %  I ass — and | Handh F. i. Bft < Soviet Wur Riulgel Kisrs 18.5% PEACEFUL TfNOFNCY' SAYS PRAVDA LONDON June M Pr asahii Bovtai Coaaaturuat Parti m apap) i iy that when • BUb r Ultan ''i"'"' %  .a. nod risen lo tg [HI ceni n( the uudgei in lt >". >'•• S..vi nllllan sltocallon ns oatli rlsej I | I i I'll! Sovl Iclenc exp> U Votif hair will be handsomef by far when vou treat it It, "Vaseline' Hair Tonic. Just use a tew drips a day...then see the ditterence 1 Buy a bottle toJay! Vaseline^, ^a.iM.1 .' %  / *i i % %  .,ti. %  !,. II.I I 0) ,. i After 411 Hjtl ha^ '"•" n ii" i „f his 84 years, bul I %  atarted compaUUvel On Christmas %  .,.', i from Big ol %  in %  down %  %  i ue minutes, nnd then went rtraiahl lo bi %  %  mde. aahl icoupled n II, ""-' %  trueUan, will %  %  .,., in. u. planei Boa i durlni UM V I 12 montl i,,,,,, ., %  i i bet ii" ..1 iu. i wui MM %  %  %  %  blpmun ma now '..i UM ( j-: %  da Ha II The I. %  '< %  . the top cla Oi •ance mi >, %  Electric Crane '— h Pre ^ m Dismanllecl I 'I of I i .... Russia Isintf Armed Might To Intimidate The Weak DALLAS, TEXAS. June '* might and Com.m.n.M pVotUiut ,n other eoUEdrisa aa poh-d bludason to intimidate me %  %  There ' t Jn * d %  ii meet Soviet prawj. I erstl) bare but he eacludad isolationism, anpsaai it. M UM ,,i no M, Acheaon sal I the l %  y fOl rciilwiir policy of p< %  lions ano stu'iiK'iieiiiiM that i —' "—IK' Reatas t leaat one I h n auttHwiiav IdeW Bd 'tan, ato the Uiree ehMasa Ihoas h.i m.ght ... %  i machinery used %  1 1 %  %  I ol :h.. group i %  %  %  • %  I gaaas. in preduetion toi H %  BAl i „iv. ma.ie a noten i B "n JVII., ., id I.I t i1 luuienl %  M %  %  I '1 1 SI i. null? Ope, ^ %  i'h deien, ,, \|H-nditiiMin I'lftO at 7 Mo million roubles tsd taUan I I ,,. %  ,.i,: "Tiuiv every item ..i u %  and expenditure ol out budga elearly refleetN lha paacefiil creative laboui ol the SovM pen L.ie" prtMils %  .•i nlgfU i Hi. BSUMI i % % %  s v bal oi Uv USSR, dlraru UM siumtJ pi opla t" tin* aoluUon ol I loajpMi asi urehlens > %  • %  i %  un,, It in our dut) I" mt. struggle again t all kinds i asnea uu be'au>e of in. crane, but srorhnv . • He i WATER POLO POSTPONED Du '•'> 'ii.'-eei Season whi.h MM I uM-nced this sttsi • r the 133 mile-, nunsingl sa.&o. Betum sis M All Green WIN lied niln %  ma, % %  %  . ,.,.t tl • the light. A line of SO.00 Anothoi i j Nichols %  •< to m, ace, nig 10 the FVciKh \. %  lo being Bourboi UM I Dwre col LSOn Miehel M kst or the WWi ., VitW t'f u K ,.( the %  %  to t-e C %  %  i %  Jrrusuli'iii bflae For IJ.IS. AsHt'inhh I.AKK SUCCESS June i* The Uniled Ngl Co,nail voted Ii* i' Jeiuaalrm prol.ltn bav Aaaamhl). The Counci bv a vote of nine to CAS, WlUl >' %  ..... thai %  '. unable to ImplaPMOl Uv fur iiitertialiimal.'iiig the llol CHy B*uler U.S. WORKERS' S4V/NGS BRANCH REPORT T Ih:tla| Mav. 19511 %  3 ALL MALT STOUT TAMANl TO YOU SnllNCTON, N/ A Fun:. taking s couTM i %  %  %  : ,. \ i ...... h. peel I : gg << I I v i i rHATrllPECTriNI It MMH MARK 1 *"• "CVTEX NAIL POLISH' %  i ..... ". i i. \ %  II -II, %  u ,ii, (I \..i ..,, IW I' I i :— I BOOKERS [B'lhM) DRUG STORES LTD. %  Ufri, .....I II'., Wa4 I'HM'.MM \ I n


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— Rarbados Be Advocate -



Price:
FIVE CENTS
~ ae
Year 55.



“NOTHING BUT TROUBLE AND WAITING”

Cuke, Greenidge And |
Cummins Canvass For

Deep Water Harbour

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, June 14.
ME. JOHN DUGDALE, Minister of State for the Colonies
has been told that Barbados needs a deep water har-

bour soonest.
In a private interview at the Colonial Office, the Honourable
H. A. Cuke, Mr. C. W. W. Greenidge, and Dr. Cummins ex-
plained that the economy of the island was dependent
upon such a harbour in order that bulk loading of sugar
might be possible.
They pointed out that the sugar industry in the West Indies |
was faced with a vanishing supply of jute bags since India, |
owing to increased industrial production, was using more
and more of her bags at home. |
—_—-———_-- 4 Mauritius had been forced to |
produce at home one-third of the |
sugar bags she needed, and Cuba |
had recently put down a_ bag-
making plant at a cost of approxi- |
mately £600,000. }

The B.W.I., Mr. Dugdale was
teld, had not sufficient space t

}
|

grow fibre producing plants, anc ‘Lab W; | ~

so it was inevitable that when | our ar¢ Ss

the supply of Indian

: te bags ran | r
out, they would have to ship| Off | T r
tneir sugar in bulk. : - Ww oO ory

Ships ot be loaded in bulk |
neh Challenges





‘Cénsievetinns
Pledge Aid
To W.I. Sugar

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, June 14.
Conservative MP’s meeting the

MIDDLE WATCH
Hugh Papham, A

Photo le

B.W.I. sugar delegates officially} unless the harbour is sufficicnttly |
ai the House of Commons this] deep for them to come right
afternoon pledge themselves to] alongside. But if this sathodec' |

support the West Indies case. loading were possible—and Tate LONDON, June 14
For an hour and a quarter}/#"d Lyle in experimental shjp- Britain's Labour Government

delegates. and MP’s exchanged] ‘ent last year proved it was| survived two Conservative attack

question and answer on matters} Practicable—savings on- bags /in the Mouse of Commons toni



of mutual interest and then Mr.| Wold be considerable

Albert Gomes, leader of the West
Indies delegation explained fully
the West Indies’ case.
Sober Outlook
He said the Government's atti-

by -vote majorities t def
Barbadians suggested that the | eq iss ieation a iat
sugar producers would probably | aholish the Government + incre ’
be prepared to contribute a large of nine pente « salt 3
percentage of the money thus ae 309 Fem ee
Save to the cost of building the |?" _°02 to 288 votes ‘
harbour and ‘that the toll could| %45t before midnight it defeat:



tude was making it impossible for| be taken on every ton of sugar |®ether Opposition move to
people in the West Indies to main+ exported. jexempt from the extra tax
tain a sober, rational outlook. Mr. Dugdale appeared to be |mechanically propelled invali

The delegation itself was being| very interested in what he had |chairs by 300 votes to 286

nearly swept away by waves of|/been told, and asked several| Two members had disappeared
resentment at the rejection of} questions. from either side, so that the
additional tonnage. After the meeting, Mr. Green-| majority remained the ame

Conservative MP’s, with Mr.
L. D. Gammans in the chair,
listened attentively to his words
and afterwards assured the dele-
gation they would do everything
they could to help get the B.W.1.
claims met.

Support fer the West Indies’
case continues to gather momen-
tum every day. In addition to the
help promised by Conservative
MP’s and the British Housewives’

TURNS DOWN
League, two other organisations| TRUMAN OFFER |

Mr. PTR aie NEW YORK, June 14 |

, t Mr. Robert A. Lovett former

Tomorrow a joint statement! Under Secretary of State has |

from the Empire Industrial Asso- turned down President Truman’s

ciation (whose President is the | oer to head the North Atlantic

Right Honourable L. F. Amery? | freaty’s new permanent organisa-
and the Empire Economic Union

) See Lee eel Londoh and it was reported
(Secretary Sir Herbert Williams) | to-day in Washington that the po-

idge told me “unless the Barba- |These were the twelft and
dos Government makes the first | thirteenth Conservative challenge
at we cannot expect to get | nn mublie businese since the new
any results. | Parl: P tead tahitead on March
The Colonial*Office might think a yehdpakh was returned on Mar
Barbados is too small for such a | ey
poheupe. which would cost about |
000,000, but we think it would |
be well worth it.” . | Armed Force Is
Ne Guarantee

For World Peace

WASHINGTON, June 14

Mr. Paul Griffith, United State
Assistant . Secretary of Defence,
said today no armed force could
guarantee peace and freedom to
the world. Only closing the broad
eulfs between opposing systems ‘n
the human family and by making





is to be circulated to all MP’S| explaining exactly what the West] Averill Harriman or Mr. Lewis |Sttuments for attaining the human
Indies are seeking, and asking}pouglas. The New York Times |*@tisfactions that are the

that their demands should be sup-|diplomatic correspondent James

Reston reporting this and discuss- | Ship be achieved” he said in
ing the many important posts |SPpeech here. “In this field we ar
which President Truman has to fill,| Making progress. We have given
said that the chances were that the | and are continuing to give gener
list of vaeancies would get longer | ously of our goods to rehabilitat
before it got shorter, “Mr. Paul|the war-torn lands and the econo
G. Hoffman, head of the E.C.A. has our friends in the fre
not been in the best of health re- (Reuter.)

cently, and rumours persist that

he will leave before the end of the |
(Marshall) programme” he said
“Likewise Mr, Harriman, Roving
Ambassador in Europe, is begin-
ning to get homesick,—( Reuter.)

ported.

BODET RESIGNS
U.N.ES.C.O.

LAKE SUCCESS, June 14.
Mexican Director General of
the United Nations Educational,
Scientific and Cultural Organi-
sation, Dr. Jaime Bodet to-day
handed in his resignation to the
Organisation's fifth genera] con-

ference meeting in Florence.
—Reuter.

mies of
world

9 Airmen Die
In Plane Crash

AUSTRALIANS [IGNORE | esxxsuva0ia, sn
STOP WORK ORDER _9.2°c3tes Mec cet





PENNSYLVANIA, June 14

when



WOMEN ALL OVER THE SHIP

in Musgrave,

goal of
mankind, can international
1

me

A scene
it to right

from ‘he

Barbados Dramatic Club's premiere of the
snows;

Bert Sisnett, Pauline Dowding, Norman Wood,

BARBADOS DRAMATIC
CLUB SCORE FIRST HIT



Club have already announced the date of their next pro
duction, Because last night’s performance of the Middle
Watch won them latels with a success which is worthy
ot the effort they hage made to increase the number of
plays that ean be see® in the island.

Nar See, eae a The full cast of his team con-
tributed to last
and Norman



night’s triump!
Wood’s persona:
heroism in appearing 80 soo
after a very
matches his production of a
play in which he also wins a
large slice of of the acting hon
ours

Ann Musgrave, the gay Ameri-
can, proved as great a find for
the club as did Dr. Klevan for th«
Bridgetown Players in While The
Sun Shines

Edward Cook was all

SPORTS _
WINDOW

Miekwick-Rovers
al Mensing.ocn
| emi-iinal game ot the
| 1o..0ut Compe uwhon
winner of this game wil!

2 of (he finalists en Satu:
| day and “it Will be interesting to
| eS waether Sparian will defeat
| iekWick-Rovers and advance
|
i
\

serious










tep further in retaining their

K. QO. cup which that an

noid on the

they won last year sar whather | O88 should be and Idris Mills as
cumngtoniaes wal turn he Corporal Duekett brought down

abies and figure as one of the | the house,

inalists s

| 7 The Raison family were repre-



| Cariton Y.M.C.A.’ and ' ren

} Cariton will replay their setond | sented almost in full st ath,
round | éxture which they drew | however , conducting a police

A THERA band some of whom had_ heen

KO 'ed Empire || modernised with red on

yesterday afternoon have drawn their
the winner of the | Gau.oc, | Shell jackets and cuffs; daughter
Â¥oM.C.A. repay game and wil ples a young debutante and Bric
figure in the second semi-final on doing a slick Chinese Roy

Priday
. ‘ It was a wonderful firs t
The finals of the Knockout | dertu irst night

competition are scheduled for | for a Dramatic Club and the

Saturday, June 17 ; applause of the large audience

| Suggests that Barbados’s theatre

| 80ers approve of this excellent
U.S. Jet Plane |
ry }
Will Be Mass
|
|



addition to the local acting talent
Produced

-_—_——
NEW YORK, June 14,

Troops Operate
Telegraphs
Assembly lines af the Lockheed
Aircraft Faciory at Burbank,

: SANTIAGO, Chile June 14.
Troops today operated an emer-
;gency telegraph service in Chile,
"tae all other postal services
\ i thr:
adttar are to be devoted ex- | eee eee eae +
clusively within the ne) ! | eonti a Od: fF :
weeks to the producti Pd ‘continuance of a “24 hour strike
latest American jet fi ater ‘t the | called yesterday by post office
ates a ras | ;
,announeed today r ae as: peepee: The strikers are pro
i 4 z esting against Parliamentary
he ne ane whieh is ;
The new plane which is to go delay in approving a Bill granting

into production for the armed 4 ivi
m : a 39 “rease ‘iv
forces is the Lockheed F94, de- ae as er pad A ‘

velopment of the F80 “Shooting
Star”, and is the Air Force’s first
all-weather jet fighter,

Equipped with radar for fiying
and fighting regardless of dark-
ness and weather, it will be the
'tirst United States Air Force jet
fighter capable of round-the-clock







Smuts Resigns
Leadership
Of Opposition Party

Elkins, West Virginia,‘today. The! defence of the United States whe
. | . - estates when “AD C
0 ommuni. J ead | wreckage on the top,of Spruce] it goes into operational use x CAPET' IWN, June 14
if C ist ers Mountain is about 110 miles! A substantial number has been Field Marshal Smuts who is

southwest .of the Olmsted Base at
14 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where
the Air Force had reported that
me of its two motor B25 Mitchell
bomber planes with nine aboard
was missing.—Reuter,

MELBOURNE, u. ;
Thousands of Australians today ignored a 24-hour s!opwork
order by their Communist leaders, and turned up io work
as usual. Communist Union leaders called on 50,0 rater-
side workers, engineers, building workers and ship nters
to strike in protest against the Government’s Bill to © ssotve
the Communist Party, now before Parliament. mf

THREE KILLED
Sag tice eeetireeetie ie +t Many remained at

: - > .
“ z \ cluding coal trimmers and dockers IN EXI LOSI N
Niemoeller iasisete se Sa MADRID, June 1



work, in-

Wales. A military powder magazine

-2 oO T | Melbourne and Adelaide dock-|@xPloded today near Valladolid,

ing n our | ers rejected a proposal from their killing three persons and injuring
controlled Federal |7!.

‘Communist
‘Executive to join forces with the
Seamens and Miners Unions to

The explosion followed just one

VY. od e 14
WIESBADEN, June week after .a rfilitary powder

German Evangelic leader D:







Martin Niemoeller announeed here | fight the Bill. dump blew up at Nampino near

that he would start a tour of In Melbourne the dockers voted peat ‘i
ritain. anada the! against the proposal by almost oday’s explosion was at Pina

wate ; * i 13500 votes to 120. de Antequera, 5 miles f Valla-

United States on

Saturday. i
Answering German criticism of

his recent speeches, Dr. Niemoeler
said in a statement issued here,
that he was opposed to Comm un-
ism but also rejected war as “the
only means to defend Christianity
aga Bolshevism”.

Ke whole misery of our con-
tinent Bies im the fact that hith=rto
we have been unable to produce

a real spiritual power and 2
spiritual message against Bol-
shevism, he said”.

“The christian church is not

afraid of Communism because
not even the gates of hell will de-
feat Christianity ”

ROBERTSON FAVOURS
SCH UMAN PLAN

ERLIN, June 14
General Sir Brian Robertson,
British High Commissioner in
Germany, said here today chat
the Schuman Plan is a “most valu-
able and courageous contribut'c
towards the solution c* the
lem of Franco-German
with beneficial effects for
as a whole. I am confident sh.
they can and will be given prae-

tical realisation” he said

—(Reuter







—(Reuter)!



dolid in Northern Spain,
people rushed out into the streets
after the blast.—Reuter.

{ Wictorian Seeretary of the Wa-
| terside Workers Federation H. E.
'Clarke said “this should spell the
{death knell of all Communists in
| the Federation.” He said the pro-
| pesal was “a move to establish a
}Communist bloc for political pur-
poses only”. Dockers in Sydney
and Brisbane supported the bloc
plan. In Sydney they decided to
'eall a nationwide stoppage if any

Recover 27
Crash Victims

3AHREIN, June
Twenty-seven













‘= Dats or ee eae day recovered from the Air Franec
bea re ; : Skymaster which crashed » th
office under the Bill—Reuter- Persian Gulf near here eat es
terday, kAling 45 of 5
‘ ’ t nher f
pants. The total numt ri rc be
~ French Condemn [22% The 2
men, eight w and ‘tw th

tee .

British Policy girls were recovered tod Th
* had not vet been ident

PARIS, June 14. -Reuter
The French Socialist Party
, today condemned the _ British}
Labour Party's policy statement |
on the Schuman Plan and Euro-}
pean unity. A communique from!



PLANE MAKES
FORCED LANDING





Socielist headquarters regretted | PARIS

that British Socialists had pub-} A four - engined A

fished a statement showing a deep| plane with 28 passense

change im their attitude to Furo-|made an emergency lar

pean unity on th é yne wheel at Le Be V"
ternational ing. I!|tonight. All passengers were

was a change which the French|The plane had used t (
Socialist Party could not endorse ’ vious attemp {rer
it said.—Reuteer its jammed undercarria Rout

yvnerre;

bod ic ere to-

lying ill at his home near’ Pretoria,
has given up his position as Par-
liementary “Leader of the United
Party Opposition owing to his












; ordered, it was stated. Details of
jits performance were not given.
\ —Reuter.



Jong illness, it was announced
o tomight.
Appoint German Smuts’ successor as Opposition
Leader, 49-year-old
Consul To U.K. Strauss, has been regarded as one

of the strong men of the United
Party ever since his appointment
to the Cabinet in 1944. As a young
man he had a brief
Private Secretary to Field Marshal
Smuts. —Reuter

LONDON, June 34.

Hans Schlanges-Schoeniggan the
{rst Consul General of the Feder-
al Republic of Western Germany,
will arrive in London next Friday,
Tt was officially learned. He will
be accompanied by an Assistant,
Herr Von John, who, together
with the Deputy Consul, Dr
Rosen, who is already in London,

Not True





| l) form the nucleus of the staff BERLIN, June 14
| f the Consulate General. The British authorities here to-
| —Reuter. day described as “absolute non-}



sense” rumours that the Alliea
Counter-intelligence Services were

| Withdraws Request Investigating a report in a West
| ; Berlin newspaper alleging that
| BUENOS AIRES, June 14. |Mr. Jobn Peet, Reuter’s former

correspondent here, had had con-
tact with atom scientists Dr. Klaus
Fuchs and Harry Gold, recently
arrested in the United States.

An official British
said that the British Public Safety
Division and Counter Intelligence

Government has asked the Sen-
late to return its request for the
,; Upper Chamber’s approval on
{nomination of Oscar Tascheret as
|Ambassador in India. This fot-

lows Tascheret’s recall by the
| Foreign Ministry from New Delhi

jwhere he was recently involved{knew nothing of any enquiries
}in a nightelub incident with an{into this report, which he thought
—Reuter. ‘ ridicuTous.—Reuter.

| Englishman

500,000. MAROONED
| IN BENGAL



45 LIVES LOST: 20 INJURED BY CYCLONIC STORM ine LCs the questian of

The
from

latest wireless
Darjeeling,

mes-
summer

i CALCUTTA, June 14. night.
Food and medical supplies are | sages

jbeing dropped from the air at|canital of the West Bengal Gov-
Darjeeling and Kalimpong for the |ernment, said flood waters were
hill district’s 500,000 population | now receding People from dan-





marooned by the last few days'|ger points have been evacuated
lonic torm, the worst inj/to safer places in schools and

Bengal for 50 years Landslides | other public institutions No e@s-
e ¢ med 4 es and caused | timate of the damage

avail-
iries to 20 he

in Darjeeling a West; able but it ws
confirmed to- very

expecter
(Reuter.)

heavy



|

|

|
|
|

illness |'

15 GOOD NEWS to know that the Barbados ~ mination to

Jacobus Trygve Lie, United Nations Seecre-

gal nt $130m Trade Pact

spokesman | close cultural and commercial tie:

‘‘You Can Have It’’ Baldwin
S Africa LLL Reporter
Sitting On | “I’m Worn Out”

|

(From Our Own Correspondent)
A Voleano LONDON, June 14,
CAPETOWN,

[ARL BALDWIN, Governor of the Leewards

me until he retired “for health and personal rea-

South Africa was warned to
Rates Mtinister of Justice, —_ gons’’, has returned to England. He landed today
itiom among the native: from the French liner “Gascogne’’ which docked

‘y Communists”, was prepar-
nye a coup on a date to be named
Moving the second reading of
overament’s suppression of
mimunism Bill in the House of
sembly, he declared that mem
of the organisation wero
rained and instructed and place:
: all the most important depart-
ts cf public life
On a given date, when ‘a
secret sign” was given, one!
mon would be ordered to poison
water supplies. Anether would

at Plymouth in the early hours of the morning.
Limping as he walked down the gangplank, Lord
Baldwin said lack of vitamins had affected his legs.

He leaned heavily on a stick,

Interviewed by reporter Gordon Holman, Lord Baldwin
said hi: health had been the main reason for giving up his
job. “1 am worn out” he said. “If you con do a joh fo° two
years and.two months without a day off with nothiv« but
trouble and waiting for something to happen—you can
have it”,

cut off power and light at power He stoutly denied that he had
stations, Others were trained te yd started to pack his bags
murder people they wanted ou P&cause he was Qsgusted with

strikes in the islands. “That's a
lie,” he said, “Ask my orderly”

indicating his tall coloured ser-
Party offices, which was only one, V@nt Corporal Egbert Francis. “)
indication of Communist deter-| ly staried to pack two days %
gain control of the} before I left

Not the End

I have only a couple of rugs
ivon and steel workers se odd things”. Lord Baldwin

of the way
Mr, Swart said he had a
obtained from the

list,
Communist

Trade Unions j
Trade Unions which had Com- |
munist members ineluded thos:
representing municipal employees, !
teachers
laundry, railway and harbour | Ventured to suggest his departur:
workers, commercial travellers | Would not be the end of his asso
end journalists, “We in South} ciation with Antigua
Africa are sitting on a voleano,” “tL do not think people
will forget me in a
continued. “I was called all sorte
of things—biggest bounder that
ever went out by one section, and
a sort of sa'nt by another, They

there
he said burry,” he
“Even South Africa's eldest
statesman, now battling against
death (General Smuts), has de-

scribed Communism as this sinis-







ter, eerie and silent process.” were both wrong,”
Reuter Now he is back in England
Lord Ba'dwin would like to see

{Prime Minister Attlee

|, “But I don't expect he will
want to see me.”

| When it was suggested to him

|that his own straight-speaking

Rosa Is Most
Beautiful
au ifu j had led to the belief that he was
e _@ not satisfied with the support he
Pilgrim got from the Socialist Govern-

| ment, Lord Baldwin shrugged his

ROME, June 14 shoulders and replied:

A girl from the Philippine ° >
Islands was to-day elected the Cost Him £1,000
most beautiful Catholic pilgrim to “ e alos
come to Rome so far in the Holy Fn a portent, ie Saniad
Year by the Italian newspaper changed, at nt. He uapaalan that
It Messagero. Rosa Gonzales of}: pad cost him over £1,000

Longoyen in the Philippines, was
described by the paper as having
“a strange face, neither European
nor Oriental, black eyes, blue-
black-hair She was like a vis- Governor was expected to do ‘
ion. Also mentioned in the Mes- “A married man cannot do it
sagero's list of pilgrim beauties |@"d a bachelor must have private
were the Princess De Rethy, wife means,” he said. “Trinidad and,
of King Leopold of Belgium, and | Barbados are the same”
Carmen, Duchess of ‘Villaverde, Asked “Will you get another
daughter of Generalissimo France | job from the Government?” Lord
of Spain. Baldwin replied “I never ask for
The paper added that the exotic | a job and [ do not expect that
pilgrim beauties of the Orient] they would offer me one.”
were ‘far more outstanding than °
those of Purope. “French, Eng- Journalism
lish, Belgian, German and Dutch

annually above his £2,755 salary
to run Government House in the
Leewards, and to entertain as the



Earl Baldwin, on the pier as he
left Antigua at the elose of his
| governorship.

Adopt COE Motion

BONN, June 14

The Foreign Political Commit-

women have not madea_ great He expects to live in London | tee of the West German Parliament
impression” the paper said “As}and has brought back with him | adopted the Government's motion
for the American women, we now | two large cases of paintings by|for entry into the Council of
know the type and have got used | the youth of the Leewards which |Europe by a small majority,

lo them.” Reuter he would like put on show in the | Parliamentary quarters said today.

Press Club No details of the meeting were
He expects to return to his pro-| disclosed,
fession as a writer,



—Reuter.

Canada Approves

Peace Mission

OTTAWA, June 14,
Canada is urging the western
powers to find a way to get started
again, the United Nations Atomic
Energy Commission, now bogged


















SSS

THE BARBADOS ~
MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY

ESTABLISHED 1840



down by the Soviet refusal to
work with Chinese Nationalist
delegates. She wants a discussion

of international controls. Mr
Lester Pearson, Canadian External
Affairs Minister, disclosed this in
a statement to the House of Com-
mons External Affairs Committee,
in which he expressed his approval
of the recent peace mission of Mr.

Policyholders who draw their

tary General to London, Paris and
Moscow —( Reuter.)

Matured Endowments

during

1950 are receiving the follow-

Concluded

BONN, June 14.

Dr. Vollath Von Maltzan, leader
of the recent German Trade Dele
gation to Brazil, said today that
| “thanks to enthusiastic Brazilian
co-operation’ the $130,000,000
trade agreement between West
Germany and Brazil had been con-
cluded in record time

He thanked the Brazilian author
ities, people dnd press for thei:
hearty welcome wherever the
German delegates went and thei
willingness to help in enabling the
two countries to resume forme

ing amounts for every $1,000

of Assurance:—





Matured
Class

Value





$1,155



—Keuter.

Ask Removal Of
ICAO Headquarters

MONTREAL, June 14 |

$1,242

|
|
|
\

$1,409

| The Executive Committee of the

| International Civil Aviation Or | 25 ie ” $1,606
tganisation decided to-day to sub-}

{mit to vlenary session of th





remov-

ibn Sicri it gr ff J Ne WALCOTT
DENIS ATKINSON

expected to take up the matter on}
Canvassing Representatives

| Saturday. The proposal for a move |
C. K. BROWNE

was advanced earlier in the pres |
Secretary.

ent session’ by Mexico, supported
| by other Latin can countries

The Mexicar

att
uid it
was made on the round of:
“equity” and not because of ar
to Montre |



esentative s

objection

—Reuter

Se





PAGE TWO



IS EXCELLENCY the Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Savage were
among the huge crowd that at-
tended the Barbados Dramatic
Club’s theatre debut last night at
the Empire Theatre. It was their
first production of the hilarious
comedy by Ian Hay and Stephen
King Hall—“The Middle Watch.”

Girls !
N the first night of MIDDLE

WATCH, young ladies se-
lected from their association with

Commerce were selling Pro-
grammes The two Banks—Bar-
ciays, and The Royal Bank of
Canada will also be represented
by glamour members of their
staffs, when the ‘Barclay’ girls
handie the Thursday nigne woiie
the ‘Royal’ girls take care of the
Friday night programmes, I know
of severa!t youngsters who will
wisn to go to the show every

nignt just to buy a programme!
rew People Knew

EW people in Barbados who

saw Middle Watch last night

knew that Norman Wood was

suffering from pneumonia only a
short time ago.

With the grim determination
that “The Show must go on,”
Norman has made an amazing
recovery Had he not done sb,
the show might well have had to
be postponed as another member
of the cast is leaving shortly for
the United Kingdom’ on holiday

1 learned this from one of the
cast after the show last night

Lives on The Morne
FTER about eighteen days’
holiday in Barbados, Major
and Mrs. Henry Grist returned to
St. Lucia yesterday afternoon by
B.W.LA.

In St. Lucia, they live on top of
the Morne in one of the many
barracks which Major Grist, as
the land agent of the War De-
partment, looks after. These old
Military Barracks on the Morne
Hill once housed English Regi-
ments but are now divided into
flats.

Mrs. Grist, unfortunately ‘went
down’ with the influenza shortly
after she arrived here and was
unable to do much ‘getting
around.” They were staying at
Stafford House.

For Summer Holidays

ISS MAUREEN WINTER,

who arrived here from Can-
ada on Saturday by T.C.A. left
yesterday afternoon for St. Kitts,
which is her home. There, she
will spend her Summer Holidays,
before returning to Barbados to
connect with T.C.A, for
where she will commence her
third year in Science at McGill
University.

Was Visiting The

Leewards
R. STANLEY DALGLEISH,
who is with the Royal Bank of

Canada and who has been on a
visit through some of the Leeward

Islands arrived by the Lady Nel-¢ [jocoy)

son yesterday morning,» left, the,
{ship here, and went on to Trini-

dad yesterday afternoon by’
B.W.LA. ie
He spent the day at \pe Ocean

View Hotel.
A Scotsman '

Canada;



a
’

CRACITA FAULKNER

Arrived Yesterday




ISS GRACITA FAULKNER

the West, Indian born U.S
lyrical soprano, arrived yester
cay morning. from Domine

Lady Nelson” to give a ser
of song recitals in “Barbadé







i Faulkner is touring
West Indies and has already vis
Antigua Kitts Mor
errut and Dominica
On Short

Visit

RRIVING yesterda 1ornir

by the “Lady Nelson” fron
Dominica spend a couple of
weeks in Barbados Mr. 1. N





Shillingford, Managing Directoy
& CO. s gf and Ce.,
Dominica was met at

Baggage n

Warehouse by Mr. Cyri
Volney ae wheat
staying

Intransit

y the Lady Nelson ‘

I NTRANSITI
yesterday was Mr. Neil Store

wh ng to British Gu







alter SIX and a nalf months in the Mi JOHN YATES, atter
U S. and C anada. His father Mr two-day visit to Grenada,
Edward M. Storey is the Head- returned yesterday by B.w.].4:.
master of the Enmore Government in ume to catch ine T.C a.
School in B.G. fught which leaves Barbaaos on

nie >acurday .
Second Visit Mr. Yates, who is with {he
PTEK spending four and one Head Office of Sun Lie yi
4 naly months out of his six Canada in Montreal has been
months’ leave in Barbados, Mr here tor about two eee. EG
S..¢ Jones, Senior Sanitary 0% the recommendation a 1.1
inspector of the — City Public li. C. Coilier, the _Batituc ana
ieaith Department, Georgetown, Secretary of the Canada West
returned to British Guiana lasp /4les Magazine, and whom he
aight by the “Lady Nelson’, sic K2OWS very well, he took the
wus accompanied py his we, opportunity of going to Grenada
Jana they were staying ac Secret Service

Foren scan y Holetown, St IR WILLIAM STEPHENSON,
This was Mr, Jones’ second Dead of Herida | Develop-

visit to the island, and he sai
Pina
holiday
liwre to
‘leave.

He hopes to

spend his next
His first visit was i
er 1935 when he
mine weeks. ;
ae.

returi

/ Dark Argument
j HEAR that Gus Newton, fron

Trinidad, recently in charge o
the Trinidad stand at the B.LF
is thinking of* approaching





will be

na Leaving on Saturday

ne had quite an enjoyatbie
long

spent

the
R. THOMAS D. TOWERS, | television variety people in Eng-

Carub Calling

Busman’s Holiday

official in the Colony's
on holiday, he wants experienc
in workings of a British Port, an

Evelyn, aged 30, unmarried,

West Indian cricketers in action

Returned After Short
Holiday

i ISS LUCIE ANTONI

holiday in Barbados,
‘“‘vinidad yesterday
».W.1.A. She was staying a
Accra”, Rockley,
To Visit Her Parents
RS JACK MARSON
~ her baby daughter,
ure due to leave
for British Guiana by B.W.1.A
Mrs
ibout one month on a visit t
her ~parents, Mr. and Mrs
Stephen Psaila of Georgetown

Gathering Material For
A Book

returned t&

M* JAY SINGH, British
Guianese freelance journal
ist, is touring the Caribbear:

gathering material for a book
be illustrated with photographs
which he has taken during }
Visits to the various islands
Travelling as a guest of B.W.1
Airways as far as Jamaica, he
left yesterday for the
Islands, continuing

tour

his

2uela and Barbados When he
eaves Jamaica he will be goi
on to the United States and Eng
land

Barbados in his opinion is
f the best spots in the world
taking photographs, espec
vlour film
to return here to live




which
the

ment Corporation

1 group of hotels in

i

last week, «From 1940 to

| Security Co-ordination in
Western Hemisphere.

, highest honour America

for three years.

Colonial Auditor in Grenada and to try and persuade them to

arrived yesterday by B.W.LA.

from Grenada and left last night which he and Harry Crossman,
by the Lady Nelson for St. Vin- from British Guiana, would do a

cent on a short visit. '
A Scotsman, he has been in
Grenada for about

month. While chatting with him “dark argument” in Barbados
at Seawell, he told Carib, that qdijalect, and have been broadcast-
oe pe rhe living = oe ing to the W.1. regularly since
Fralan a ies, he was still backing .1947, “There ig a wealth of

ie Barbados he knows Mr material in Britain today for
Petrie and was sorry he had not these “arguments”, said Newton,
arrived in time to meet Professor “@2%4 we could bring in all the

Beasley before he left for England
on leave. He also knows Mr.

ture quite well 8 Saami!





Tun a series of programmes lt

double act in various West Indiat
dialects. In “London Town’, a

eighteen television programme, they had a

dialects of all the islands.” if

Television follows up this idea, it of
Cecil Skeete, Director of Agricul- will be something new for British

audiences.

1 On 29 Days’ Leave

rived from Trinidad about
) a week ago is here on twenty-

days’ leave and is
at “Accra”, Rockley.

Passed First Exam

i nine

that Mr. George E. Solo-
Inon, until recently an Assistant
Master at Combermere )
has passed his first examination
in Medicine at the University
British Columbia, Vancouver
Mr, Solomon was placéd first
in Mathematics, French and
Biology.



BY THE WAY » BEACHCOMBER

HE Mayor who said bluntly
that- courtesy to foreign
visitors means dollars should be’
reminded of the visit, a year or
two ago, of the Owph of Goboria
to a trade exhibition in this coun-

uy. tae

He took with him his 41 wives,
and ordered a culvinometer for
each of them. When he offered
to pay cash down, the salesman
assured him that they would never
think of such a thing. Smilingly
they bowed him to the exit, having
handed over to each wife a cui-
vinometer, packed daintily in a
tasteful little box. That night the

Owph cleared out, The culvino-
meters were stolen from _ his
baggage on a Balkan frontier,

They were found on a dump in
Negroki, bought by an agent of
the Food Ministry, and arrived
back here as Crofton separators
After eight months at the docks
they were used as the foundation
for a new road in Westmorland
And all this was done by courtesy

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

VER in England for a six
months’ stay is Mr. Josepi
Evelyn of British Guiana, a1

Transport
and Harbours Department, Though

hopes to get this by arrangemen
with the Port of London Authority
has
never been to England before. He
will not, of course, miss seeing the

whe
i has been spending a short

afternoon by

and
Mary,
this afternoon

Marson will be away for

Leeward

which has already taken him tc
ct Trinidad, British Guiana, Venc

1g



He hopes one (9)

owns a
island,
arrived in London with his wife
1945,
Sir William was Director of British
the
For hig war
work, President Truman conterrec
on him the Medal of Merit, the
can
; bestow on a civilian; he was the
first foreigner to receive it. Sir
William has not been to England

ISS PEARL LEWIS, who ar-

staying

EWS HAS just been received

shool.

THE NEW MATERIAL IS

ter

CALLED ORLON

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ft ts readily washabte—no
need for dry cleaning. is warin
yet light in weight; no shrinkage
in the wash; littl ironing
needed; not subject to mildew,
moths won’t eat it; it is the most
resistant of all known fibres to
sunlight
What is it?
it is orton. a second sister to
nylon—and above you see a
duster coat and dress. with. oo
the teft, a negligee—all made
from the new material Ut is
‘ected to be on the market
later this vear,
London Express Service

Life Span ‘Could
Be Doubled’

NEW YORK

Within ten years, the human
life span might be raised to 1,20
years—if only £1 million were
available now for research.

This statement was made to_th:
American Chemical Society "by
Dr. Thomas S. Gardner. He de
clare

“The human body is breakin
:0Wr long before its ful] poten—
tial is realised.

“Careful estimates _ indicate
that as little as £1° million under
competent supervision over <

reriod of only about ten years
offers positive hope of approki

span.”—L.E.S.

Those Were The
Days...

’

CHICAGO.

Middle-sged Americans are be-
ginning to ask what decades we
which |
they danced in the 20s, is the rage |
of 1950. Their children are going

are in.



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mately doubling the human life ;

University, For

Women, 80 Yrs. Old

AN APPEAL for
been launched by the
jot Girton College, the
‘college for women



oration of its 80th
The money is to
for the
scholarships

endowment of

and partly to

higher education

took a small

ested in
women,

for the preliminary

University.

£50,000 has
Governors
famous
at Cambridge
University, England, in commem-
anniversary

be used partly
research
im-
prove the amenities of the college.
" It was in 1869 that Miss Emily
Davies, who had long been ie
or
house at
Hitchin, in the English county of
Hertfordshire, to coach six girls
examination
and ordinary degree of Cambridge
Six years later, when

the students had grown in num-

bers she moved, to Girton,
miles from the University
and the college was established.

two
city,

In 1875 another famous college
per women at Cambridge—Newn-
ham Hall, was founded with 25
students. This number had grown
from seven who were at first

accommodated in a

house in

Regent Street, Cambridge, taken

by Henry

Sidgwick (later Pro-

fessor of Moral Philosoyhy) and

directed by

Miss Anne Clough.

But although from 1881 the Uni-
versity Senate allowed women to

take the ordinary

university

examinations, it was only in 1947
that they were admitted to full

membership of the University.

It was in the mid-19th century
that sisters and wives of Oxford
University Fellows obtained per-
mission to attend some of the lec-

tures, and organised
women, and in
garet Hall
established for women

classes for
1879 Lady Mar-
and Somerville were
Gradual-

ly .examinations were opened to
women and by 1894 all university
examinations for degrees in Arts
and Music were available to them.

Entry

to women’s Colleges at

Oxford and Cambridge ig not easy,
however, as numbers are limited
by University statute and women

undergraduates
read only for Honours degrees.

are expected to



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| CLUES ACROSS

1. Included in the old
are a broken crate cole
addled shellfish |

> Burial places on
8. Waterless watercourse—
D



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Princess Vets wild over the ukelele, mah jong! 12 Having. oeeeaiah for fucking
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LONDON.
Frincess Margaret, who started
millions of British women wear-
ing agkle-strap shoes, has set off
a new foot fashion,

as a picture of the year. Anc
middle-aved Mae

queening it in a leading night club

ROAD TO SELF-RESPECT

Women have noticed the young-
er daughter of King George VI
is wearing neat, low-cut court
shoes, still with very high heels
but with a simple line and usual-
ly without platform soles.

cart before the horse, but I firmly
believe that a man’s self-respec
superficial beginnings and

Sales of white shoes are expect-
ed to fall because Margaret is
wearing them less often.—I.N.S.

later. Persuade him to take <



haviour will follow.
and Army uniform has been the

TOO LATE FOR TEARS

ALEXANDRIA.

Aly Abdou, a poor villager, went
to the police station with a jute
sack which contained a large rat.
Before the rat had entered the
sack the latter contained £200 in
£10 notes, Aly’s life savings, but
the rat had made a meal of ‘the’
notes. All the police could do was
to destroy the rat, leaving Aly to
weep over his lost savings.

proved the first step towards a
general clean-up of their person-
ality and behaviour.”

John Burke, a former Mel-
bourne journalist and now a
Probation Officer attached to one
of the London Courts, talking

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CLOSING for BREAKFAST HOUR

From Monday, 19th June, our Office and Depart-
ments will be closed to business from 11 a.m. to 12
noon,

Our working hougs will therefore be :—
Mondays to Fridays { 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
112 noon to 4 p.m.

Saturdays 8 am. to 12 noon

This general closedown for the breakfast hour has
been decided on in the interests of our. customers in
Our cus-

order to avoid inconvenience and delays.
tomers are accordingly asked to co-operate by arrang-

ing their shopping in accordance with the above
timetable.

BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LTD.

lin’s ancient ‘City Lights” is hailed | 6.

Murray is |

“It may sound like putting the

will often grow from apparently |
that
deeper qualities may well come |

pride in his appearance and often
pride in his *character and be-
A haircut | sent back into the U.S. forces.
start for many a youth and with|
quite a few youngsters, cleaning up |
a set of teeth they’ve neglected has

in a BBC programme aout hi:

highly (two words).

: ae. rr one can’t put time

j c

19. Here you get a bob on the
tankard.
| 21. A hornet formation.
22 Abbreviation in Westminster.

| 23° A territorial division, as it
were

| 24 Peajacket ? (two words).

% | include my ancient in

this high award (two a.
CLUES DOWN

It's most perplexing being jesse

civilised in the interior.

4 Those of London have appeared

ta pictures.

Knife with a bend, that is.

Few authors would object to

taking it (two words).

Pinaily refined sort of mis-

t
$ \

ou

a

2

chief.
Being composed once more, Is

>| Pat one’s name down.

Stained a diferent way,
cemMpts the novice tradesmen
at the end.

| Jceuples the position with

| the last of the Germans,

| ‘ Oerried to spread the
mown grass

shion with a summit

it nay well be this in

1 Desert.

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The Most Formidable

iy
FRANK OWEN







The Writer Who Knows The
People Whe Know What's
Going On
me ight faded and
< a li 10one at the White
Cit upon gladiators Woodcock
Savold entering the ring, a
er older warrior went to bed
is Thames-side study
He was Dean Inge, the most for-

midable literary dean since Swift
He had just celebrated his 90th
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He argued with Protessor L. P














Jacks four months junior, chuck-
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stripling known as Smuts, 80

if, as the professors say, we are
now all about to live to 160, we
had better set up a committee of
tour to study what to do with the
last 80 vears of this game

Sug ted names as above
They all did fairly well in the first
half

Coming away from White City’s



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hay been in the ring, and the
r rs in bed.

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there by parachute Not even
hove

\ jet-propelled plane will do,
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There’s a lot of BEEF

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|
eis Siadlene cabin BOVRIL
ASCOT, Berkshire
Gt ies and rain rathe poi
i} the pageantry of Roy ASCO
toda they helped Brit
}
} owner ink whose horse
Hypert *" won the Royal Hun
t Cup, the biggest race of the day
“Hyperbole”, five-year old son}
;of “Hyperion”, hates the top of
‘the ground and the morning
oe vv antes hoa him vie~ Bovril is the concentrated goodness of beef, and you only need
ory at oO . 7
Hyperbole”, who gave Austra a little Bovril to give your meat dishes a lot of flavour...
lian jockey Arthur Breasly hi @ lot of appetising tastiness. Your family will enjoy Bovril
first ever win at Ascot, just held dishes and you wil! enjoy making them because they are sure
t to def sir Perck | lease. Always ; *e -
vy a head to defeat Sir erck | Bovril i drink i daily
Loraine’ War Tyler’ fi vourite | ¥e r no ie te hamen, ong 4 ,
t 100 te 30
| a ee *Remember BOVRIL makes excellent
} ive Lengths Behine : .
| ‘Third, with five lengths behind sandwiches, and improves all dishes. «,
jeame The Duke of Nerfolk’s} = eT ae ee eee -
“Burpham”, second favourite at 2 al
7 to 1 It wa enerally a day
of tight finishes, three horses be- 2
nag concerned in photo-finish
or the mile and a half Ribbles-
date Stakes, which eventually}
went to French-bred filly “Lal Q
Baille”’, starting at 15 to 2 by aj;
{head from Irish filly “Lonely |
; Maid” with 13 to 8 French-bred|
and trained favourite “Plume” 4
fmeck away third |
} Prince Aly Khan owns the win-|
cv, his father, the Aga Khan}
ou the Coronation Stakes of a
NEAN INGE wa : mile with his filly “Tambara”,|
His ¢ 2 ‘4 S was ( for his party on June 6 in clerical grey | rem cing. The Dear upped hand to his right ear In the 6 to 5 favourite | a
a ac a gre too. from the thick grey hair, the shaggy | »} ibov I L Ja ind Lady Violet Bruce. | ‘he l rourt * .
eyebrows, and thi : - 4 var, nage pel : é ; he only other favourite to| Vv hai
side him, Guests det a Robie ot ag A spe stick rested be- Sapeeoretly th De wn walked among his guests. A slow progress I score was in the last race of the our r will be
en Sk MS tabie Tor a few moments at a time, gently e scorned alc way, the Jersey Stakes of nearl h
, aeey SM ety andsomer by far
: | mile which “Double Eelipse’}
; bird in the Derby won | :
PAINI BSS - —_ aae va a ~ Starting at 6 to 5 he won by when you treat it te
uns ; oO /¥ i é | ares ? e wo lengths from Marcel Bou ‘Vaseline’ Hair Tonic.\
A ‘CC | u “Emperor,” an ll to 2 :
2 hance
7 Eb ET H? | Single Just use a few drops
E | Q@oy~ ‘ ° T a day... then see
CHICAGO Al b4. be | $1: AQ R *f s a W: . oo ONS
The brave new w el , |
try ms eobsie new wot ‘es in denti Did eturn oOvie al the difference!
r actically at hand O MON : :
It made its , a : : : B 1 t
« Ss ) . » " « “e a T t a wr
recently in a e1 we lic debut Tiny, 84-year-old “Mr. Perpetual Motion vho recently| 135 Miles By Helicopter uc €
Ihe ae ta srowded, hot operat o> oe : in a Buy a bottle today!
ng amphitheatre at’ the North.| OUtlasted a ‘tcoachyand four” in a 15-mile race, olfered ty ‘ ms
sobre TF t ; -
ae University Dental Schoo! own rugged prescription today for keeping ort of the rock} ; LONDON Rises 18.5%
? leago Fs Eon wenty-cight new type ol = '
The scene was garis ingchair. | * > their first flights in :
vi sarisbly ilum- “M ” . oe } r _ |planes made their first fligh i e
nated b slabs r. P.M.,” the tive foot four linster bridge in London at mig : ; : ada | 4 "
wurintikted aks ion floodlights ana] inch Charlie Hart of London, laid| sight, ran Go mile Brighton | Britain luring the past twelv PEACEFUL TENDENCY *
comments Soe te of running} it on the line this way land back and then joined in the at 8. Ba a ahd
Tents! ae : or € veral hundred “I walk and always walked (or | Yuletide festivitic 1G A AROS Aa er a 4 SAYS PRAVDA
The aoe ; run) at least ten miles a day In 1924, when he was 58 years |imental, civil and an unspeeifica | TRADE MARK
* — ame was the first publi: | “My main secret the onelold, Hart challenge 1 horse for |mumber designed for testing new LONDON, June 14 VARESE te te conietore:t tea acl
baat - re ion of the air drill, or| which disturbs my wife—is that | he fiyst re Both hor ind | Ba turbine engines More than Pravda, Soviet Communist Party thesebrough Mig. Cu., Cons’:
| oT ee an instrument invented | J eat only when I am hungry.” | Hart ran ten hour daily, with |half the new plat are poweres | newspaper, said today that whereas aia ~ }
Ser aes $s dentist With the specific! Charlie probably couldn’t get a | some time for res On the. sixth | by as turbine engines, both |ihe United States military expendi-| [
ake of taking the sound effects— general endorsement of his pri-| day the horse wa withdrawn /turbo-jets and turbo-props : ture had risen to 68 per cent of} |
| Pane and screams—out| vate health plan from the medical | from the competition: it had gone Civil planes formed one thir! the budget in 1949—50, the Sovict
) OF Canary protession, particularly of his | 387 mile Hart, who till of the new types. They inelude) military allocation has only risen] |
| Dt y R. B. Black, 42, of Corpus] dietary habits. It isn’t so mucl;| fresh, had travelled 345 miles the plane which gave Britain ©/19°5 per cent }
| Christi, inventor of the airbrasive.| when Charlie eats as what he ao other highlights in |jead in civil jet flights—the ck fence expenditure i
Soviet defence expenditure in
| explained that it works on the| eats Charlie’s fast-moving career Havilland Comet In addition th S ar aft the war hac
|same principle as doe 1 sand \ In 1929, Hart on what WaS|iwo turbo-proy FHASS MANO | y a Oe oe cont an with de
blaster An abrasive, aluminum | During the more than so 1 ihe World’s endurance t t Pee. Meet 8 » . 6
: abre » € ) hei first flig the Handle nee exNne : 950 at 7
| oxide, ground as finely as face long distance walks and races | and continuous motion champion ess stort : rio Marath | wenes expenditure rae 1 ee Hy
| powder, is propelled against the Hart has participated in his! ship’ at Long Beach, Calif. run-|5 °° : | 940 million roubles had fallen 5.4
surface of the tootn under §u| favourite menu has consisted of | ping 1,062 hours We ietnn Sasa tae oe: Pua iteiin
pounds of ai "eS , ugh a reg and marmalade, water ee things to come wa S Overy trem Of the inee
ting sont Yow i aad bone A few years back In 1931, he covered 1,250 miles | |, Forera ie Ai it bee recurs and expenditure of our budget i
Nee : | when he beat two horses in a {in * ap i age : dah a largest civil land plane, th clearly reflects the | peaceful
Use of this air drill does away! six-day race, Charlie consumed walking, taking a ten-mine | Bristol Brabazon 1 powered 1 ereative labour of the Soviet peo-
with the pain, heat vibration an} twenty-four quarts of beer en) '* spite each hour to eat, sleep and eight (coupled) piston engines ple’ Pravda said, quoted by
fear engendered by the weapon route. wash SI 973. | ‘Brabazon 11, now under co Moscow radio ;
that makes strong men whimper In that marathey he ran a In July 1939, at the age vias atruction,. will be powered b Pravda said, that in 1950—5i
—the ominously whirring mechni-|+ total of 335 miles, averaging Hart showed he was just get it eight (coupled) turbo prop units. |the United States military ex-
eal drill not quite fourteen miles to the [is second wink a he walked 17% ? t | « flow: |Penditure would amount to about
And, added Dr, Black, it makes} quart. | miles from Liverpool to Skegness | New th me a - ate ' a! i |76 per cent of the entire budget
Wee en bepe den = GucKe + But whatever doctors might say | 1" pete i ths back Char eat a we ioe the Canberra|. “It is clear that the United
easier about his living habits, Charis t are as eae heath ede ae aay Sutetanatie of which {States budget bears a_ clearly-
The first public demonstration | has the record all his side. Esti- |'* a ey MAES , "y ; ' eee § ES : it een Havill ind Chipmun lexpressed aggressive, anti-popular
of the air drill on a live model} mating it conservatively, Chaivie een a age ; id. ‘es even rattan” 4 ‘Canad ind now |character, that it is a military |
was held in connection with the] has loped or done the ha Me | heard some horse laughs aimed in being built in Britain for the | budget. : ¢
annual homecoming celebration at] toe over at least a quarter of a lute Airantion RAF. “The debate on the State budvye | '| 9
North-western, of which Dr | million miles: of the good ees So, for a side bet of about $30, » Mort notable serie { (which was presented last night
Black is a graduate He says seathingly that he has | | ; ani ‘on ihe comth and tout at ters were those developed by it the Supreme Soviet of the
The model was a tall blonde “no sympathy for Onbpaeneriané | ead tt 15 miles betweeh Wind- | 4° H 1 ts USSR, directs the attention of ou
Dr. John V Lenburg, associa7e who take to 9 ganda gel be sor and Twickenharr ie tevmet yaraltih of the Vam- | people to the solution of the mo
professor of operative perigee gon for WH ee aman” . The coac as._ stopped three |i 6. has maintained pertorn:-|important problems of economi
¢ Iorthwestern, used the air-|liever in rocKir : Ss. .. ; ‘ ene tha’ hearin : pire ha ‘ tain mn 7 ee
Se Aa eee ven tooth for | ate : id ~4o ry eee a ance in the top cla of the ante ye duty to intensify th:
iit ; The operation usually After 40 as rene i or re 1 fine | world’s fastest military machine lee fata rainst all Winde of neal
: ee "30 ras jinutes with} Hart has been on the run most [Sample 0 a BB. Wie ang HB- irhe Vampire proved that increases |% ruggle against a Sines ; negh\
takes from 30 to 45 nv Lash wih t his 84 years, but he didn't | ally broke down of power up to §0 per cent coul {gence or waste, everywhere t
the mechanical drill. Dr. mer ret woe ily get ‘started’ competitively Hart covered the distance in| achieved by reheating used strengthen discipline in regard t
prepared the cavity in 15 minutes. rea rt 6 ae oust 40 four hours and nine minutes, and | VE § r production and finance, to ensut
Only once during the whole » On ne Saatcone. day of 1911 he ni i ene iralght oo Red: with Bier economic expenditure ol ra
minutes did the eae eine started from Big Ben on West- hampagne bottle at his side The formidable Venom fighte! materials and fuel.
The cmap a ys aged ey | J Feehan is in proedugtion for the RAF The we oe nude for ars
was pa cS © 7 ci ‘ Britai also made,.a notch i|ensures 1e nancial means in
‘) out “much, much better than a eae O success Aime ‘
it eet ‘ - French Pretenders aero history by starfing on June|the successful fulfilment _of th
* ly, Dr. Black said ectric rane 2 the world’s first permanent] tasks set by the Party and Gover
to no ate slack sala, , ”
sage BE aig wit) not do away PARIS schedule passenger nae opte ‘ ment Reuter.
ee a6 1e mec ical drill ° The impending return of rent ervice between Liverpoo ane
entirely with the mechanical ¢ , tled § : :
i > py will be needed for man ff Orleans, recognized pretender , Cardiff re
TR ne erik At «resent 1s . t I i hi i Operated by British Kk whe @ erusalem Issue
ine fnls & y ' co rm lens ne Paris ays ac. helicopter Nest -
stage syelopment the a'r arlene vero hard at work | ha timulated at least one Paris; Airway each 4 ie :
a heey its shots too much esterday in. taking “down ihe | weekly to. publish an “authorita~|land Sikorky—carried three pas- For U.N. Assembly
TAaSiVve SCs 7 7 yes ; 7 ns’ | tive” 20 othe etenders | sengers and pilot ¢
sat kind of job A auir essrs. Mussons’!tive’” list of 20 other pt gers i . : is
Oe ea that the air drill wou'd seameeney® ot the Chamber- | including one U.S. resident Fares for the 135 miles, hun LAKE SUCCESS, June 14
be in production early next yea elect ae ? The weekly divided them into| dred minute journey are; Singi The United Nations Trusteeshi;
~_ Seren its cost {ill undeter- wR ed which ex.ecds the three classes: those who might! $9.80, Return $15.40 Council voted today to send th
Loo ie UGS " ne bay of the wh-.f, was| be recognized as legitimate pre- Jerusalem problem back to th
ae saat —_—_— pera seanved ‘go. that he| tenders but don’t press their 2 1 General Assembly. The Council
* U. . 2 ronies ite used in driving piles i clain those who think they are A gyre « n by a vote of nine to one, with on
" mac {ry : _ fant te “1 ress i : { at
in . Ce nag could be rried | legitimate pretenders and pres: } abstention, reported that it wa
Russia 8 g the se vip the y! heir claims; and those who have WINDSOR, Eng unable to implement the statut
2 further aa wig asis fe slaims but} , k led into} for ternat alising the Hol
/ ‘ng > vere high n he: no real basis wx their claim A woman motorist hauled 1 or internationalising 1 )
Armed Might famrnonosit. takien the crane apart| make them anyway. court at Windsor for ignoring a] City —Reuter.
od chile + mn” ated a hand The resident of the U.S. is cited) trame light said * the sup , ,
{ To Intimidate The Weak while py bi pany mo heavy p 2ce in the third group He is Louis- Gach. d on her su ssea it mace US. WORKERS SAVINGS
Se emnaavicrt % : whart Phillipe Brousseau, now report everything 8c " BRANCH REPORT
DALLAS, TEXAS, June 14. ; 0 Gene di pita driving wes held} edly 1 73-year-old hatter it That was why she did not stup To the 31st May, 1950
Mr Dean Acheson, Unite “ause of the positic of the| Chicago who clain to be the it the light RECEIVED $3,045,981 93
States Secretary of State, said to- up because of were ‘ |Duke of Navarre Bourbor A fine of $5.60 was imposed
State armed | crane, but workmen N.S DISBURSED
night that Russia was corgyiyd vehi? i the old conerete to. lay prince and the great-grandson ol —IN. Domsstaa te
z *6 ist plotting i | Louis XVII B.W.1.C.L.0 $ 1,963.64
might and Communis ot oe :
: ‘ es asa “poised| tie ro a | Refu 1 to Barbados
in other ee nidate the Soa ———_—— Another pretender is Charl TAMANI TO YOu C oa ae 71,285.1
eee vite eava the United WATER POLO Nicholas, a Rhodesian architect WELLINGTON, N.Z Paid to Returned
re wer ys J : ; titles ia ntinaiy aon iit es > Jorkers 2,253,750 0
States could meet Soviet pressure, POSTPONED most oe - ok ce | A Fijian police inspector Pald te Worker
Ke told the Southern Methodist ing to we renc 1 weekly, are taking a course here in rnger- A llottees 493,911.04
University here—but he excluded Due to: “unfcreset n- |} hernia and hemophilia he later printing and ballistics, is knowr Paid Court Dues 584. Of
isolationism, appeasement, or the] stances, the 1950 Water bolo zn ne the ' ae disease Of} 4, Ng Zealands as Inspector $2,621.404.48
idea of “preventative war” with] Season which was to have com~ ee OUFRENS. a icang Tamani. At home he. is Inspector | aanance
atornic bombs. menced this after 1 hh to 5 f BS Ay is other ees Michel. Levani Tamanikairukurukuioval- Wt Funds) 226,007 . ar
~ Mr. Acheson said the United] phe postponed. tod alias” Leon Millet or the “Whitest uC.) $3,007,401 7
’ " ‘ ‘ ¥ aciz peting, toda ul Leon I or the > —_— ;
Ss + would,continue to follow @ At a special mee epee : . . 6 ' ,
‘ calist c ” licy of peaceful negoti-| the Barbados Aquat haben sei ad pie ecg fete Berka: of fLion. Hi ymbol is reportedly 1. A. CHASE, Manager
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

BARBADOS FOR
| SUNSHINE

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1950

1005 &B ADVOCATE

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MORNING AT THE OFFICE:

IDGAR MITTELHOLZER |
Hogarth Press 3/6

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TO-DAY'S SPECIALS
at the COLONNADE

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Published by Thu Advocate Co. 1.14. 4, Sroad St., Bridgetows










; Usually Now
; Tins S.A. APRICOT
; N "oe NOVELS about the West Indies by West Indians ,
Thursday, June 15, 1950 2S ee pr pcm vl os i a MP never —_ properly hese the. sun shone and wher | are few and far between, so that Morning at the JAM (2-tb) ...... 52 48
; ‘ children, which is of considerabl< A poster should be bold and Ss warm. It sold “the Sec, | Office by Edgar Mittelholzer is most welcome.



interest, The Exhibits were sub
mitted for a competition organised
by the Barbados Branch of the
league of Empire, and were pre
viously on view at Combermere

arresting in colour and design,
highly detailed work is unneces
sary and undesirable. The poster
may have to take its place on a
hearding in @ row of posters

Mr. Mittelholzer has a previous novel, Corentyne
Thunder, to his credit; Morning at the Office, pub-
Ushed nine years after, shows considerable advance
in style, technique, and characterisation.

Tins TOMATO JUICE
JEFFREY’S BEER ....

The Combermere ‘poster entivie
‘Sea bathing’ was a good pos
for sea bathing whether at Black
pool, Hawaii or Monte Cari, i

OUT OF GEAR







“ g 4 é r did not sell the idea of sea bathin, : oat aes ; i ”
’ : , [es together with a number advertising a variety of products at Barbados, for the name of ‘h “If we examine the criticism of fiction’, writes
| SHE House of Assembly's endorsement ‘ina eens 06 Sinpire ipl ae a ioe therefore, island never appeared. This was] J. B. Priestley, “we discover it is always insisting ae
| veek > speech made by His Ex- re of a suMiciently arresting a common fault. Many of th i j all
this week of the SPI ch made by His | Although the exhibition, with a character to attract attention te posters were labelled Bethahate sen one, Datseutar sepect. st the: expense ot e PREPARE
cellency the Governor when he opened | ew exceptions, fails as an exhibi- j:self. The passer—by, whether ‘View from Cherry Tree Hil!’ etc | ‘he others, (that of) character. If one single test
the Legislative Session 1950-51 on April. { 4? i Laoters ioe posters, it is Gn foot or in a vehicle, must be it should have been impressed ©. | is to be applied to fiction, this of character is FoR THE
25. i Nici }one Which should not be missed. comer be i curing the short the children that to the public! undoubtedly the safest.” ‘ii
is welcome, } time that the postér is within’ the poste s direc in Great : a ‘ ;
. Bide vem as a a = school— his range of veo Not only Britain, ema oe thts tee Mr pes omnia ao thls: test weit ae | WEATHER
; a a : iP curen and not as poster desigi, must he be compelled to look, but States, Bathsheba and Cherry | [tis characters, the result of penetrating observa-}
Recapitulating many of the main points it is eC high mented, a26 om during that short time the poster Tres Hill are cole, indeed tion and sparkling imagination, are brilliantly = os
made by the Governor, the House agreed | Pares favourably with the art- must convey its message. Man even the word Barbados is un bau : ri = : Lo
e sa " ? ’ 1 t | work produced by similar schools js, notoriously, a lazy animal: if familiar to many. "For originality Grawh, Witt aes loving cannes pies a Protect Your
that economic development is of para- |i: Great Britain, the design of the poster is con- of :logan ‘Fly via Barbados’ was] ¥'esent to us this cross-section of humanity in the Roots Now!!
leg mount importance and they looked forward Ws isknthioe “dade nad: ota Sued. Se the meena? poeta excellent. This was incorporated] Caribbean—the employees of Essential Products, | { oors
to a plan which would relieve the unem- inality, good composition and an its purpose. Th ie to a in a design with a_flying-tish]} Ltd., of Port-of-Spain, Trinidad! Fourteen of them We have :
oap lexcelient ‘picture ‘sense’. Tn: its purpose. e purpose of > submitted by Girls Foundation altogether, as diversified in temperament as they MPs
loyment situation. They spoke in favour i . ts “the whole, P0Ster, must be abundantly clear: School, Christ Church. The maj : : : SHINGLES
P iets Ceptisingle gat. Some sHele: for if it fails ‘to shout’ its message, cf Barbados submitted by ba | 8e in hue: English, Negro, East Indian, Chinese SHINGLE PAINT :
of consideration of the deep water harbour ta el 4 wee en it fails ‘to sells its goods’, and as Street Boys’ School would mak«| end Creole—English-Creole, French-Creole, Portu- | ae

and they approved of immediate and full “i poster it is a ° '"-~>. ho-ever an interesting cover for a brochur

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and efficient Civil Service.

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With this in mind they considered that
the establishment of a Training scheme
for Civil servants is of ‘vital’ importance

administrative side of the Government.

scheme for economic development of Bar-
bados and the consequent relief of un-
employment in Barbados depend? The
answer is on a Civil Service geared to

i special prize.

Two projects in picture form
oy junior children are included
in the exhibition; one by St. John
he Baptist Boys’ School, the other
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is obvious that the object of a

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One poster submitted by Com-
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requirements. The

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The colours of the poster were

that Barbados was an_ island

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quantity. The poster § should
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rumber of colours or tones. Not
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ant Manager, engaged in a job in which he can
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purpose as one of poster designs. and convey its message rapidly. scant attention and alles: | Piaced on his “agenda”; Eustace Benson, the Chief ’
the fault however, does not lie ‘Further, it would convince its number of periods per week Clerk, whose reading of books on philosophy has

Now on what does the success of any | with the*school-children, for it readers’ on a grey winter's day The Exhibition olces on Tue



rofects & a a with th design in- is a commercial advertisement,| one; Mrs. Hinckson, the chief stenographer, whos: es ae nee My E oe
and they “note” the Governor’s references coal hhlstdey ‘Of tip Telasid exit ik the mus hinine Oe he the eee tion Is of} tragedy it is always to inspire devotion in the PFS SSS PSS
to the Secretariat and promise to give both show imagination, a quality colours were used: the slogan wrong man (this maori it is Savior witb, with |
- ; ‘ to be encouraged in art-work by was short, the lettering clear and Art teachers are to be con-]| the help of Shakespeare, has placed some love-
most careful consideration of any scheme all teachers. it formed part of the design. It gratulated on the quality of the] verses on her desk); Patrick Lorry, the Customs
that may be sent to it for improving the read ‘Barbados

cope with the influx of more and more

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But the Governor did not leave the pic-

gested that the solution to many of our
difficulties appeared to have been offered
in many of the recommendations of Com-
missioner Adams whose report was sign-
ed in Bridgetown on the 7th May, 1948.

scheme that may be sent to it for improving

with any proposals which his practical
knowledge of organisation in many parts
of the British Colonies and of the Civil
Service of the United Kingdom qualifies

It is now realised by all political parties
in Barbados that active encouragement
must be given to any proposals to increase
productivity and to lessen unemployment.
The Government has been satiated with
schemes and proposals and has shown it-
self sensitive to public demand for action,
But there can be no action—only chaos and
confusion—until a Civil Service has been
built up with the necessary authority to
deal with departmental matters which can
be handled by responsible heads and which
is not dependent on an antiquated system
of channeling too much business through
the Governor-in-Executive Committee, The
general public of Barbados would be amaz-
ed if it realised how little responsibility
for even matters of routine importance is
presently delegated to heads of depart-
ments. Certainly they would not approve
of a system which in the long run prevents
efficient administration of what can only
be described as their own interests, The
machine, says His Excellency, is out of gear.
It must be geared up to allow for speedier
administration. Barbados is fortunate in
having the advice and criticism of a Gov-
ernor so competent to advise and to sug-
gest improvements. The House of Assem-
bly need have no fear that the public will
not approve of any improvement in the
administrative side of the Government
That is what the public wants to see.



Governor of Barbados in 1911, but

1947, when he was Chief Repre-
sentative of the British Council in
the area. West Indians will prob-
ably be interested in the book for
its comprehensive nature, and
wealth of historical detail. People
in, this country, whose knowledge
of the Caribbean is shamefully
limited to calypsoes in Trinidad

quarter of sixpence, for silver 14d.

names on cactus leaves, and there
is a notice in the grounds of Sam
Lord’s Castle on the Barbadian
windward coast, asking visitors to
kindly refrain from so doing. Sam

How many people outside the
West Indies know that in Barba-
dos there still survive communi-

in the West Indian islands they

The maces of the British West
Indies have mui before been col
lectively described. Very little is
known about them here, but Sir
Harry points out that although
the colonies have known many
vicissitudes, political and econo-
mic, at least in one respect they
have maintained a long and un-

House of Assembly of Barbados,

and silversmiths of the eighteenth
century.”

Occasionally, a more serious
note creeps in, He speaks of the

creating a class of farmer small-
holder and of building up an in-
dependent peasantry permanently
settled on the land. . particu-





















sources Development Act of 1948,
and to

home.”

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he writes, but he is to be highly complimented on

And it speaks very highly of Mr. Mitteltholzer’s
understanding and integrity as’ a novelist that he
writes without trace of either complacency o4
bitterness, observes and chronicles the facts with-
out ever losing sight of the sovereign grace of
humour, and, though doing full justice to the tragi-
comedy of the situation sacrifices neither his sense





a great novel: it is, however, interesting, competent,

environment, to refrain from windy prophesyings
and propaganda, and to write with humour and

Sincerity of the meltingpot of the Caribbean.
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holzer’s career as a novelist,

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» ; : liarities and characteristics of the porn but just grow’d”. And the Pacific Islanders and then in part] imaginings, their natural sympathy is stifled, they We h »
arrears and undue delays in dealing both islands that are scattered over the ignorant among us learn that in. by the State.” Ss, natural sympathy is stifled, they ave Qm=
with de s ang e pu lic This Caribbean Sea, and ng countries British Guiana is the world’s most cannot achieve liberation from the myriad “jens”
. i “r ; that border it, From Yucatan to jo kablé bird, the: hoatzin, the Sir Harry ends on a hopeful] which haunt them. All this constitutes the irony ey ar
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ment more difficult.” Indians and the ceremonialmaces of the British West Indies, He dis- locally and colloquially as “stink- British Council; thanks to the The author propounds no theory to cure the
wk : : tates : courses on oil for orange peel, and ing Hannah”. setting up of the Caribbean Com-| maladv ; Y
This is plain speaking and it is the kind |gemples in the forest, and asks, , mimic: te Ge excemien tenn malady, but there are hints: simple love and
of plain speaking that the House’of | “Where are the Caribs of the He traces in a revealing study thanks above all to the Coloniai| ‘D@%it¥, one; the creative imagination another.
Assembly had to note apaee the history of the Caribs, a eens. Development and Welfare Acts} Complete detachment is perhaps impossible from
Sir Harry was A.D.C. to the — ee eats fe cecine of 1940 and 1945, and the Re-| the author who is a member of the society of which

To the Editor, The Advocate—
Sir,—All reports go to show that
our ill-starred Test Match at Old
Trafford was already lost by tea-
time on the first day of play! It
is idle then to lay the blame on
our dismal batting display, for the
wicked old pitch, although ad-
mittedly a batsman’'s nightmare,
deserves many a kind word from
the W.I. and England bowlers on
whose behalf a benign Providence
appears to have made special in-
tervention—Certainly Valentine
nor Hollies nor yet Berry could
have had anything legitimate to
complain of on so obliging a
wicket, for has it not served to
place our Valentine on a pinnacle
of world fame and at the same
time provided the England pair
with two bags full of W.1. wickets?

And who among the batsmen
can justly complain? Hutton,
nursing a badly battered finger,
could pardonably be excused for
any grouse he may have against
the wicket, especialy if his dam-
aged finger serves to keep him out
of the next Test Match, but cer-
tainly not the W.I. captain who it
is well to note made more runs on
this wicked wicket than on many
a better one and has only himself
to blame for having been run out
ca schoolboy fashion by shoulder-

ng his bat in the air! =

It fs patent and it needs to be
emphasised that what lost us the
match between lunch and tea-time
on Thursday was neither a de-
teriorating wicket nor the W.1.
bowling nor, yet their batting.
What then was it? Undoubtedly,
it was the W.I. Captain's cast-
iron strategy which showed little
flexibility when confronted with
those two courageous “Circus
lions”, now of imperishable fame,
who for two glorious hours and
more continued to meet and defy
our two W.I. star and mystery
bowlers,—egged on to this gay de-
flance by the plaudits of 10,000
Lancastrians who must have en-
joyed with tempestuous glee the
tantalising spectacle of our vali-
ant “Little John” bearding the
lion in his den—forgetful, alas, of
the full strength of his retinue
during this fatal and amazing in-
terlude!

“Ambition should be made of
sterner stuff” is, I think, a fitting
epitaph for the dusty relics of this
provocative Test Match which I
have no doubt will be given a
prominent place in the annals of
W.I. cricket less on account of its
unusual pitch as on account of the
stupefying manner in which a
game slipped from our grasp in
our full hearing on the very first
day of play, with our own captain

apparently lost in admiration of
such great English daring! And
now, all that remains for us to do
Is to sit in patience until the cur-
tain rises on the next pantomime
to be presented at Lord’s at the
end of next week by a much be-
Wildered Captain and his merry
men,

MR. PUNCH.
June 14, 1950. : ~

Fruit
To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—Re the suggestion that
trees should be planted in the

gullies and waste spaces in our
little island, shall the trees be
mahoganies or casuarinas? Cer-
tainly not — fruit, fruit, nothing
but fruit trees should be planted.
What a splendid idea but what a
mighty army of policemen will be
needed to guard each tree when
the fruit is in season.

A benevolert saintly-looking
clergyman one day asked a friend
of mine if she wished a man to
clear her banana trees, and the
reply overheard was, “no thank
you, they are cleared too quickly
to pleas me.”

Fruit hunger, especially with
children, is a mighty urge, hence
an army of policemen would be

essential—just a side thought —
a mighty army of watchmen or
policemen to be paid, how high
will taxation mount?

A TAX PAYER.
Undernourished

To the Editor, The Adpocate—

SIR,—I am very glad to see the
good service Canteens are doing
for school children; this should
be extended to Girls’ Schools
also, and it should be made im-
perative for school children to
have a hot meal every day. Many
parents and guardians, in their
hurry to get the child off to school,
give an _ undernourished hasty
meal, which does not benefit the
child or aid him or her to progress
in school studies. It is surprising
to know how many children of
even well-to-do folks are sent off
on empty stomachs; one look at
the child gives the answer—un-
dernourished. These children are
usually neryous, and weak-mind-
ed and get into accidtnts as their
young bodies have ‘nothing to
work on, and are heavily taxed.
It is criminal to send children
on the street in this condition.

T hope the Canteens may be a
reminder that cnildren must be
fed properly first thing.

MOTHER.



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THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1950



Sentry Equipped
With Spike
And Chain

HE SENTRY AT THE MAIN
GATE of the Central Police
Station has again undergone
another change in style and dress.
He now wears a helmet with
spike and chain instead of the
ordinary helmet which is used by
Constables on traffic duty. He also
carries side arms and the recently
introduced cane has been dis-
pensed of as from this week.

It is interesting to note that the
helmet with spike and chain is
used on special occasions such as
the Court of Grand Sessions or
when accompanying His Excellen-
ey.

T MIDDAY YESTERDAY
the temperature was 85 de-
grees Fahrenheit in the shade in
Bridgetown and the heat was in-
tensified by the absence of any
cooling breezes.

During the past two days very
little rain fell over the island. On
Monday and up to 6 o’clock on
Tuesday morning no rain fell,
while on Tuesday and up to the
same time yesterday morning the
total was 60 parts.

Of this the Station Hill District
recorded 27 parts, St. George 21
parts, City eight parts and St.
Peter four parts.

OURTEEN MORE KNITTING
machines are expected to
arrive for the West Indian Knit-
ting Mills at Coleridge Street, and
these will be added to the 13 ma-
chines that are already installed.
A quantity of Industrial Sewing
Machines have recently been
added to the Sewing Department,
and owing to this the number of
girls employed in this department
has increased.

In an interview with the Advo-
cate yesterday, one of the Direc-
tors of the Mills, said that when
the other knitting machines arrive,
they expect to be able to double

their present output and will
therefore be able to export their
goods.

“®&N ENGLISHMAN’S IM-

PRESSION OF BARBADOS”
will be the theme of a lecture
given by Mr. Aubrey Douglas-
Smith, M.A., Resident Tutor of
the University College of the West
Indies, at the Riverside Club at
8 o'clock tonight.

It is expected that there will be
a good turn out of members as
well as non-members.

“RUSH CHRISTMAS” will be
shown by the British Council
at “Wakefield”, White Park Road,
at 2.15 p.m. to-day for children
‘To-morrow a show will be given
for adults,
“WHE LOSS OF $25 in cash was
reported by Gwendolyn Jeffers,
of Roebuck Street. She stated that
her bedroom was broken and en-
tered on Tuesday and the money
removed.
IONEL CRONEY of Station
Hill, St. Michael, reported the;
loss of his Raleigh bicycle valued
$70 while it was parked on the
pavement outside the Canadian
Club, Bay Street, recently.
OTOR CAR S-96, owned by
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker, M.C.P.,
and driven by Elijah Griffith of
Pie Corner, and the motor van
M-496, owned and driven by Fred
H King of Crumpton Street, were
involved in an accident in James
Street at about 9.45 a.m. on Tues-
day.
The right rear fender of the car
was damaged.

N ACCIDENT OCCURRED at

the Public Buildings yard at
about 12.15 p.m. on Tuesday be-
tween motor car X-19, owned and
driven by A. G, Gitfens of Char-
nocks, Christ Church, and another
cer, M-2362, owned and driven by
Reuben A, Sealy of Pine Road.
The left front fender of Sealy’s
car was damaged.

T. CLAIR HAYNES, a motor

cyclist, was taken to the Gen-
eral Hospital on Monday, after
being involved in an accident and
detained.

The accident occurred at about
7.85 a.m. at the junction of Dodds
and Church Roads, St. Philip, be-
tween the motor cycle, P-235,
owned and ridden by Haynes, a
resident of Farm Road, St. Philip,
and motor car P-52, owned by Rev.
Mandeville of the Rectory, St.
Philip and driven by Dorothy
Olton of the same address.

Both vehicles were damaged.

WO MOTOR LORRIES were
involved in an accident along
Mason Hall Street recently. One
was M 1109, owned and driven by
Colvin Springer of Hindsbury
Road, St. Michael, and the other,

X 895, is owned by Clarence
Thorpe of Silver Hill, Christ
Church, The left front fender of

M 1189 was damaged.
HE FOUNDATION of the
building which will house the
offices of Messrs. Gardiner Austin
& Co. Ltd., is well under way.
This new building will be erected
at the Lower Green, opposite the
new Plantations Ltd, building.

While one set of labourers are
doing the excavation another set
lead the debris on to trucks and it
is afterwards taken away and

ed
AE ONLY ACTIVITY at the
Princess Alice Playing Field
yesterday afternoon was a few
small children carrying on a
“marble cricket” game.

Another group preferred to
stand at the southern end (over-
looking the Harbour) and watch
the fishing boats return to their
moorings and the lighters and
launches bustle to and fro. :

HE MOBILE CINEMA will

give a film show at District
“D” Police Station yard on Fri-
day night beginning at the usial
time. Other arrangements which
have been made before have
ancelled . :
PaAHE MOBILE CINEMA will

give a show at Cane Vale Plan-
tation pasture tonight for the bens-
fit of the residents of the Cane
Vale area of Christ Church.



What’s on Today

Film show for Children at
British Council] at 2.15 p.m.

Football at Kensington at
5.00 p.m.

Mobile Cinema, Cane Vale
Plantation Pasture, Christ

Church at 7.30 p.m.

Police Band at Middle
Watch Play, Empire Thea-
tre at 8.30 p.m.

RT,

AT THE EMPIRE PRESS UNION TALKS now being, held in Canada.
Fletcher (Jamaica Gleaner), Hon. V. C. Gaie (Barbados Advocate),
Guardian), Hon. Garnett Gordon (Voice of St. Lucia).—Ph. ¢



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Left to right
C. E. Hitchens

Mr. J.G
(Trinidad

°. P. Railway Co

Flow of News Should Be Chamber Drafts

Free And Unfettered

Press Conference Delegates Told

OTTAWA, June 14

Mr. Lionel Chevrier, Canadian Minister of Transport. told
delegates to the Seventh Imperial Press Conference today
that the main mission of the Press “to interpret peoples to
each other and races to each other and classes to each other”
would be “more easily accomplished if through the world

today the despatch of news

Publicity
Bureau Offers

W.I. News

The Barbados Publicity Commit-
tee can give a:limited amount of
information on other West Indian
Islands as well as on other coun-
tries, Miss Joan Kysh, Secretary,
told the “Advocate” yesterday
This however depends to a large
extent on the amount of litera

maps

ture received for distribution,
and the amount of information
forwarded by the Bureaux ‘of

such places.

The Committee has at present
a good stock of literature on vhe
British Isles, which was issupa
by the British Travel -Associa—
tion. They also have a number of
booklets and leaflets givirg g1-
eral information on Trinidad and
Tobago,

Not many Barbadians come in
to ask for such information,
Miss Kysh said. Inquiries come
mainly from visitors who come
here during the Tourist -Season
and contemplate seeing some of
the other West Indian Islands.
These are glad to obtain ine
formation about the neighbouring
jislands with a view to paying
them a visit some time during
their stay in the Caribbean area.

Also in hand is a_ limited
emount of literature on places
like Canada, Nyasaland, Kenya,
Southern Rhodesia etc., but there
is not enough of this for general
distribution, It. is all there,
however, and anyone interested
in learning about these places is
invited to come to the Bureau and
read it up.

_“We always endeavour to give
ail the co-operation possible in
these matters,” Miss Kysh said,
“and if there is any information
required by people and they fell
us, we are always glad to do all
that we can to obtain it for
them.”



25 M.P.H.: £5

Winfield Catwell of St. Judes,
St. George, was found guilty
yesterday of speeding while
driving the motor bus X-221 on
Bay Street.

Mr. B. Griffith before whom
the case was heard ordered
Catwell to pay a fine of £5
and 2s. costs in 21 days or in
default undergo two months’ im-
prisonment with hard labour, The
eo was “committed on April
20.

The police said the bus was
being driven at 25 miles per
hour.

Pierre ieheemlee ii amcimiiicun lou ke Seine
BLIND LAD CAN NOW TEACH OTHERS BRAILLE
AFTER TEN MONTHS’ TRAINING IN TRINIDAD

A MEETING of the Formative
Committee of the Association in
aid of the Blind, the Deaf and
Dumb was held in the Social Wel-
fare Office, the Garrison, on 2nd
May. 1950, at 2.30 p.m.

Present were Sir Allan Colly-
more (in the Chair), Mr, V. E.
Cobham, Rev. B. Crosby, Mrs. B.
Moore, Mr. C. G. Reed, Dr. C. H.
St. John, Mr. P. A. K. Tucker,
Miss B. L, Arne, Hony. Secretary.

The Committee received with
regret the resignation of Mrs.
Drayton. Three new members
were present: Mr. Glindon Reed,
Mrs. B. Mocre and Mr. V. E,
Cobham.

The Chairman welcomed them
and hoped that they would be
able to attend future meetings.

Treasurer Resigns

The Chairman reported that
Mr. Kenneth Tucker although
willing to continue as a member
of the Committee was unable to
continue to be Hon. Treasurer.
He therefore asked to be relieved
of these duties.

The Chairman expressed grati-
tude for his work in the past and
was_ glad that the Committee
could look forward.to having him
| present at future meetings.
| It was then proposed, seconded
and unanimously agreed that Mr.
V. E, Cobham. be asked to take
on the Hon. Treasurership of the
Association.

The Chairman stated that Mr.
;Cobham had already expressed
readiness to undertake this. Mr
Cobham then joined the meeting,
j;was welcomed and thanked for
| his helpfulness

Contact
The Hon. Secretary read a let-
ter from the British Empire

as free and unfettered”.

He added “Had we, in these
unsettled times, the right to send
news everywhere, and the right
to pick up news everywhere, I
firmly believe we would have one
of the strongest deterrents to war.

“The ‘power of the Press is no
outworn saying, and the burden
of responsibility thereby entailed
grows even heavier in this age,
when continents no longer divide,
and there is nowhere too far for
the wings of words to follow.

“I do not doubt that you will
accept the challenge of the future
as offering yet greater opportuni-
ties to serve mankind.”—Reuter.

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Codrington
Celebrates
COMMEMORATION DAY

His Excellency the Governor
was among those who attended
Commemoration Day at Codring+
ton College yesterday.

There was 4 fine gathering of
old Codringtonians including
members of the professions and
the Civil Service. The day’s pro-
ceedings began with the celebra-
tion .of the Holy Eucharist at
which the Principal Rev. C. A.
Sayer was celebrant and the
Preacher was Rev. A. F. Mande-
ville.

This was followed by luncheon.
.The toast to the College Floreat
Domus Codringtoniensis was
moved by Rev. C. C. Conliffe
and the Principal replied. Rev.
A. E. Simmons moved the toast
to the Board of Management and
Rev. F. M. Dowlen replied. The
toast to the Preacher was moved
by Rev. G. L. G. Mandeville
and Rev. A. F. Mandeville re-
plied. The toast to the Ladies was
moved by Rev. Hassell and Rev.
Bindley Brathwaite replied.

His Excellency withdrew and
the gathering later attended a tea
party at the Principal’s Lodge.

TWO GET ISLAND
SCHOLARSHIPS

Vv. O. Smith and R. D_ Rock,
both Classical students at Har-
rison College, have been
awarded the 1950 Island Schol-
arships, tenable at Codrington
College.

Assault: 15/-

For assaulting and beating
Agatha Ifill with a bottle on April
15, Verena Crawford of Powder
Road, Station Hill, was yesterday
ordered to pay a fine of 15s. in
14 days or in default undergo 14
days’ imprisonment by His
Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith.
Crawford had five previous con-
victions, for wounding.





Society for the Blind. Mr. Wil-
son, Secretary of the Association
wrote wishing to establish contact
with our Association and asking
information about the problem in
this Island.

Agreed that the Hon. Secretary
reply suitably giving him the in-
formation required.

Mr. Tucker presented the Fin-
ancial Statement for the year
ending 3lst March, 1950. This
showed a balance in hand of
$1,960 against which however;
was an outstanding amount of
$494 leaving a working balance of
$1,466 for the year 1Y50-51.

Mr. Tucker also presented the
estimate of the Association’s com-
mittals as far as they could be
assessed up to the end of March,
1951.

On this showing there would be
a balance on the year’s working

of $496 unless other sources of
income were tapped.

Agreed an effort should be
made to raise additional funds;
particularly the Canadian
Women’s Club and Bridgetown
Players should be approached

asking for a further donation and
pointing out that none had been
made during 1949.

Blind: Individual Cases

Maurice Connor: ..The Hon
Treasurer reported that although
‘t was not shown in the Financial
Statement there was a sum of
$75 in the Governmtnt Savings
Bank earmarked for this lad

The Hon. Secretary reported
that since the last meeting two
letters had been received:
from Mr, Lawley of the
dian National Institute
other from the Trinidad

Cana-
ind the
& Tobago

one

Hotel Aids

Memorandum

A MEMORANDUM has been
drawn up by the committee
appointed by the Chamber of
Commerce to approach the Goy-
ernor in connection with the in-
stitution of a Hotel Aids Act in
this colony This memorandum
was considered and approved by
the Council of the Chamber at
their meeting yesterday, and will
in due course be presented to His
Excellency.

A recommendation by the
Chamber to the Government
through the Colonial Secretary
that a druggist be put on_ the
Conirol Board, has not been ap-
proved, according to a letter in
reply which was read at the

Council’s meeting yesterday.

Mr. A. S. Bryden who was
present for the first time since his
re-appointment to the Council,
told the members that he did not
feel druggists would benefit very
much by such an appointment, as
matters concerning them were not
dealt with by that Board.

Rat War

As concerning the decision of
the Council some time ago that
there should be staged a Rat
Week in Bridgetown, it was de-
cided yesterday that instead an
all-out rat killing campaign
should be undertaken by the sev-
eral business houses beginning
from July and continuing in-
definitely. It was necessary, it
was pointed out, that every busi-
ness house should co-operate in
the effort as otherwise the rats
might just, after a short time,
leave one place where the baits
were and go to another where
there was none. The destruction
of the pests in the City was a
real necessity, as they did tre-
mendous damage, it was said.

Before the business of the meet-
ing had begun, the Acting Presi-
dent Mr, G. H. King, welcomed
Mr. Bryden back to the Council.

Mr. Bryden had always taken
a keen interest in the affairs of
the Chamber, he said, and he

knew they were all very pleased
to have him back with them. He
was sure that Mr. Bryden would
ontinue to give them his great-
est assistance in all thatters com-
ing uj$ for their consideration.

Mr. Bryden thanked Mr. King
and assured the Chamber that he
would be ever willing to give any
help he possibly could

Mr. A. G. St. Hill was proposed



to become a member of the
Chamber The proposal came
from Mr. J. K. C. Grannum and

was seconded by Mr. R, M. Cave.
Excess Baggave

The Council received a letter

from the lecal Branch Manager of

B.W.LA. Ltd. in connection with
excess baggage.

‘The letter which was dated
June 6 and addressed to the

Secretary reads:
Dear Sir,

We have been advised by our
Head Office, Trinidad, that
effective 15th inst., the first ten
kilos of excess baggage for pas-
sengers travelling over our ser-
vices, will be charged fer at
full rate, and over and above
this weight the charge will be
one-half of the normal rate,

This is a concession that
should prove helpful, particular-
ly in cases of commercial trav-

ellers, travelling with their
samples around the various
islands.

Blind Welfare Association asking
whether this Society could con-
tribute the sum of $200 per an-
num for the next four years to
maintain this boy at the Dalhousie
University, where it was propos-
ed he should take an Arts Degree.

A similar request had been
made to Trinidad. The Canadian
National_Institute for the Blind
was willing to contribute any bal-
ance required. The Hon. Secre-
tary stated that she had tried to
contact Mr. Arthur Jones and
inform him of the latest corre-
spondence but although she had
telephoned him on several occa-
sions she had been unsuccessful.

Some discussion took place and
the Hon. Secretary was asked to
write to Mr. Jones sending him
copies of the correspondence. At
the same time, enquiries were to
be made whether Mr. Jones wished
the Association to continue to take
an interest in Connor’s case or
whether he wished the Association
to withdraw when the $75 plus any
accrued interest would be handed
over to him. She wag also to en-

quire what he and his friends
could do to guarantee the $200
from Barbados

George Scott:— Reported that

this trainee who had been in Trini-
dad for 10 months. had returned
on the Ist April, 1950.

(i) The Association in Trinidad
reported that they were satisfied
with the progress made during
the period of training and were
convinced that he could instruct
people in Braille and the several

branches of Handcraft taught to
him in Trinidad
A list of articles required for

Build Hotels

With Natural

Charm, Not Chromium

Plated

Palaces

SAYS VISITING HOTEL PRESIDENT

“BARBADOS has unlimited possibilities for tourist devel
opment and | am very much impressed by the island,” Mr
Charles W. Freeman, President of the Roya) Victoria Hote!
Nassav, in the Bahama: told the Advocate yesterday

Mr, Freeman is making a tour
of the islands in the Car’bbean as
he is interested in their possibil-
ities

He

' arrived over the week-end
»V

B.W.1.A. from Venezuela
accompanied by his wife and they
are staying at the Marine Hotel.
They have already visited
Jama'ca, Trinidad and Tobago
and expect to leave shortly for
Grenada.
Modernise the Old

He said that the possible ex-
pansion and modernisation of
existing hotels in Barbados would
be a safer course to follow than
starting new ones at this time,
but if any new hotels were to be
built, the mistake should not be
made of erecting ones such as
could be found in Atlantic City
or Miami.

They should be built to reflect
the atmosphere and charm of their
city, using native coral stone and
building them into the scenery,
rather than trying to make them
a stream-lined chromium-plated
affair.

The Bahamas had just embark-
ed on a programme of spending
£75,000 to develop the summer
season this year. They were doing
a lot of package tour, and for
$99.50 U.S., they offered a seven
day holiday at the Royal Victoria
Hotel including air transportation
to and from Miami and all ex-
penses while in Nassau.

Attractive Rates Here

He thought that the wonderful
attractive rates which hotel pro-
prietors in Barbados were able
to offer, should be a big induce+
ment particularly to Canadians
now that they had T.C.A. flying
here.

For the month of May 1950,
travel to Nassau as a result of
money for advertising, was more
than double that of May 1949.
Nassau had a total number of beds
for tourists of about 1,500, a posi-
tion quite similar to Barbados,

It did not take an enormously ,
large number of people to fill
every hotel bed on the island when
one considered the large tourist
markets of the U.S. and Canada,
where thousands of people could
and would come to places like the
Bahamas 2nd Barbados if suffi-
cient publicity and sales promo-
tional efforts were directed
towards them.

The rates in the summer season
in Nassau were $8.50 U.S. per
day per person and included three
meals daily whereas the rates in
Barbados were more attractive.
He however did not think that our
rates would always be lower
because it was more expensive to
reach here, for in the long run, air

Lumber Still
Litters Wharf

During the past three days the
wharf (around the inner basin
of the Careenage) was congested
with lumber and shingles which
arrived in large supplies over chal
weekend by the s.s. Seaside |

Lorries and hand carts could be
seen yesterday moving up and
ilown Trafalgar Square with loads
of these imports, taking them to
the various lumber yards.

When work was ended during
fhe evening, the wharf did not
Jook much relieved. No berths
were left for lighters which occa-
sionally load and discharge cargo
in the inner basin of the Careen-
ge







*‘Nelson’’ Sails
For B.G.

Eighty-nine passengers arrived
in the island yesterday by the s.s
Lady Nelson. They were 41 of
them who got off here, the other
48 being intransits.

The Nelson arrived from Can
ada via the British Northern
Islands and also brought cargo
from these ports. It sailed out las!
night for British Guiana via St
Vincent, Grenada and Trinidad.
teaching was sent. Trinidad ateo!
Slated that while Scott was not
lacking in self-confidence he had
proved a good teacher of Braille
and had had the opportunity of
teaching this to a purely illiterate
person. He had done well with
this student,

(ii) It was also reported that
two accounts had been received
from Trinidad for this trainee.
There were various discrepancies
in the items from which it seemed
clear that Scott had not been slew
in assisting himself financially
where he could.

Agreed that any amount owing
to the Trinidad and Tobago
Association must be met.

It was reported by the Hon
Secretary that it would be possible
to find premises for such a Centre;
that a potential teacher in Scott
was now in the Island; that steps
had already been taken through
the Press to find suitable blind
trainees, but so far no replies had
been received

The Probation Officers had how-
ever now been asked to call on 10
people who seemed potential
students,

Some discussion took place
Agreed that at the present moment
it did not seem possible to open
the Centre but that the Committee
would review the matter at a later
meeting when the Hon. Secretary

would also be in a better position |

to report.
Deaf: Individual Cases
Reported that Larry Butler

Olvis Callender and Joseph Carter
at the special school for the Deaf
@ On Page 7

travel was going to become in-
creasingly less expensive as well
as speedy.
Lone Way to Beat Barbados
Mr. Freeman said that although
he did not like to make compari-
sons, he thought that Barbados
was much more attractive than
the Bahamas and the other islands
would have to go a long way to
beat it. Perhaps the colour of the
water in the Bahamas had more
of a range of hues to it, but the
land in Barbados with the rolling
green hills and panoramic views
was prettier than- the Bahamas
New Providence Island on which
the city of Nassau is located, is

one of the 700 islands in the
Bahamas which formed one of
the major tourist attractions
because of the many varieties of
holiday the different islands
afforded.

Mr. Freeman said that he was
enjoying his stay at the Marine
Hotel because the Managers, Mr.
and Mrs. Iversen had much the
same problems—namely, their
interest in developing the tourist
industry—as his wife and he had
They were having a fine time
exchanging ideas because their
hotels were identical in size and
type of operation -

Very Appealing

He said that the architecture of
some of the new guest houses
along the St. James coast was
particularly appealing and _ his
wife and he were both attracted

to the work of Mr. Anthony
Lewis, the architect
The Freemans who are from

the New England section of the
S.A. have two children and
were residing in Nassau for the
past two years. They now plan
to make their future in the Wesc
Indies

Mrs. Freeman is a professional
interior designer and decorator as
well as an artist and quite a lot
of her work has been written up
in architectural and house
magazines in the U.S.A. like
“Better Homes and Gardens” and
“House Beautiful”

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Georey-Chambertin (1943)....- --------- :
Beaujolais (1943)._._- ea a a thy wo:
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VITACUP....... 70
BOURNVITA .... .70
HEMO ........... 1.10



COCOMALT.... 1.25

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BR NG UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC.MANUS

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WE ARE NOT GOING TO
kK DOWN THAT CHEAP
STREET WHERE A LOT
OF YOUR LOAFER PALS
HANG OUT /’








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Rosemary's Parmesticks Biscuits 94. CANNED |

Rosemary's Ginger Bake Biscuits .70 MEATS
Rosemary's Honey Bake Biscuits. -—-—.72 CAMP PIE ........ 32¢

RATS / 1 HAVE TO GO
GHOPPING WITH MAGGIE-
IT DON'T MAKE SENSE-
AN! I WON'T HAVE A

CENT WHEN I GIT Back!



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Expect NE TO | Lae ' ® d re ||) is | Canned Vegetables CANNED FRUIT SAUSAGES 26¢
Tes OF HIS! HE'S , , edi A |] S. HAM LOAF..... 45¢
seen oe ; yay AY b, * Nf DUTCH CARROTS ............ 36¢ \. WHITE GRAPES (1-1h).. 29¢ ; ‘ ‘
C1 , ae P DUTCH BEETS ..............., 36¢ 0 LOPICAL FRUIT SALAD. .... 68¢ o NER pr
CHIVERS’ STRINGLESS LE PONA PEACHES ..... Be MEAT PASTE! yc. OR
BEANS .... 32¢ = LL PTONA APRICOTS .......... 56¢ |
PARSNIPS, ..... ... le LADY DANE STRAWBERRIES 95¢ PH N
VEGETABLES ..... 47%¢ SMEDLEY’S BLACK
MUSHROOMS ............ .. S4e CURRANTS .... 96¢
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HEINZ VEG. SALAD...... 48c,, 25¢ T'DAD GRAPEFRUIT HEARTS. 33¢
MA [HE IS PLAYING WITH HIM-LIKE A CAT THis 16 NO Pkgs,. POM °c eee os Ale COCKTAIL CiHERRIES.—Bots, $1.36 ? ] 5 5
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THE APE IDOL SWINGS AND SWINGS ~ @ |OF MINUTES «AND THE JUNGLE yal |1$ SLAUGHTER )@ WILL WALK NO
THE PHANTOM DUCKS AND LODGES. : TAN | NIL BE OURS! @ E rd MORE
. IF HE CONNECTS 44 j om :
ONCE+GOODBYE |





















THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1950





CLASSIFIED ADS. | HARBOUR 106







elephone 2508.
IN MEMORIAM /
In loving memory or NELI A CAPRI
TON LEHL ince Slack}, who died Stl
June 1950 at St. Albans, Long
New York
Daisy Sutherland (sister! Chelse
Gardens Barbados
(St. Kitts, Antigua, and ‘Trinidad
‘fapers please copy
14.6 50





in loving memory of my belove
ICE MAXIMIN, ‘nee Ma Alice!
June 15th 1949
A wonderful aunt ‘
Your winsome ways towards f
One who was better God never
A wonderful worker as leyel and true
Never shall your memory fade
Tis sweet to think of thore at rest
Who sleep in Christ their Lord
Rose, Agnes, Violet, Hedwig
(St. Lucia — please copy)
15.6.50—in








In loving memory of our dear mother
MILLICENT SMITH (nee MacLaren),
who fell asleep 15th June 1948.

“Your heart—so kind and true,

Your ways—so gentle too,

Your prayers—that prayed us through

We must remember you.”

Elma, Mirileen, Esther, Evelyn, Leila
(daughters), Walter Smith (husband',
Flvira Suett (great-aunt)

15.6 .50—In





FOR SALE











AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—6 Cylinder Touring Chevrolet |

Apply Roy Smith, Niles Corner, Christ

Church, near Ealing Grove Plantation
17.6.50—2n.



—
CAR—One 8 H.P. Wolsley in A-1 con-

dition. Done only 13,000 miles. Apply
B'dos Agenctes Ltd., Bay Street Ring |
Evelyn 2987. 13.6 50—Sn. |

CAR—One (1) Vauxhall 12 H.P.|
Apply F. C. Hutson, Grand View,}
Government Hill. 13.6.50—6n i

CAR—One Singer 19 H.P Saloon, i
m excellent condition, to be seen at!
REDMAN & TAYLOR'S GARAGE LTD.

14.6.50—3n. |
—<—$$

LIVESTOCK |

ONE SANAAN GOAT, fresh in milk, !



2nd litter. Apply H. W. Webster, '
B.M.L.A. Society, dial 4238 or 2856.
13.6.50—3n.

———

MECHANICAL

TYPEWRITER—One



Standard Royal

Typewriter in good condition. Apply:
iL. M. Clarke, No. 12 James Street.
Phone 3757. 15.6.50—In.

Te anion cacti acca aeaaeane
MISCELLANEOUS

ANTIQUES— of every Seer e
Glass, China, old Jewels, fine
Watercolours Early books, Maps, Auto: |
graphs, etc., at Gorringes Antique Shop,
adjoining Royal Yacht Club.

1.9.49.—t.f.n,

Before the rainy season PLASTIC
HEAD TIES, Florals and Self Shades @
36c. each. The Modern Dress Shoppe.

15.6.50.—3n,









MATTRESSES — Better quality Mat-
tresses with Ceylon Fibre in Best Quality

English Ticking. Size 3 ft. specially
priced at $12.98. Also Double Bed Size,
4 ft. Gin. at $20.98. G. W. Hutchinson &

Co., Limited.
15,6.50,—3n.

————
NEEDLES for your record player. . .
al) kinds including Ruby and Sapphire
semi-permanent needles to play several
thousand recon
. BARNES & oe LTD.
4.5.80—t.f,n.





NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank

Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come
and get, Bet quick.

BARNES & CO., LTD.

24.5.50—t. fin.

*RAINCOATS—Ladies’ Plastic Rain-
coats in White, Blue and Maize $4.80
a 15 6.50—3n.

a
OO

PUBLIC NOTICES







SAINT VINCENT WHEKLY AIR
SERVICE Now makes possible ideal
holidays.

Under one management
RATHO MILL TOWER HOTEL
St. meat

SUNNY *CARIBBEE
on- -the-sea Bequia Island
offers all that can be desired. Beauti-

{No money has been borrowed
the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the
above Act (as the case
respect of such year

Dated this 15th day of June 1950.

MARION G. CLARKE,
Owner
15.6.50—3n





NOTICE



do this 14th day of June 1950 cancel all
authorisations previously given to you
Hubert Gaskin by me, and request that
you inform all customers and creditors
to pay all debts to my office.
Signed
J. ON. THACKURDAS CHAEALANI,
Proprietor, Cheapside.

14.6.50—2n,
—$<$<$<$<—$——$

NOTICE

THE DRAWING OF THE H.M.V.
PICK UP took place on June 12th, the
holder of No. 15 can call at Straughan’s
Garage and collect same.

STRAUGHAN



15.6.50—In.



Wuen a Girt doesn’t want to leave
class—and have to make embarrass-
ing explanations—it’s Paradol she
asks for. For Paradol means quick
relief from suffering caused by
periodic pains—headache, too—
without disagreeable after-effects.

Ask your druggist for Paradol,
scientifically compounded from 4
ingredients, The name “Dr. Chase”
ig your assurance. 22

DR. CHASE'S
PARADOL





may be) in|

I. J. N. THACKURDAS CHATALANI |

eumam Quick Relief from eres

CROWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT BY DRINKING THE NEW CROWN GINGER ALE

i







FOR RENT

HOUSES

APARTMENT—One furnished apart- |
ment at Coral Sands, on Sea, with Silver |
nd linen if required. For further par-}
‘culars Dial $134. ALMA LASHLEY |
3 5 $e. |









PELAIR—Graeme Hall Terrace, frovw

August Ist. Dial 8107, H. W. Hinds. |
15.6.50-4.f.n
“CHURCHILL” - Maxwell Coast. Un- |

furnished, 3 bedrooms, drawing—dining |

; room, Kitchen and the usual offices
| Garage and one servant's room and bath
in yard For Sale or Rent Apply
R Ss Nicholls & Co., Solicitors, |

Telephone 3925, 151—2 Roebuck .Street
7.6.50—in

COTTAGE AND FLAT rent furnished
or for sale together—Beautiful Veran-
dahs facing Sea Hastings main Road_—
Sea Water (heated) to one of the five |
bath rooms—Electric Cookers, Frigid-
aires—Telephone 2949 2.6.50.—T.F.N.





FLAT — Modern semi-furnished Flat
with 3 Large Bedrooms and every modern
convenience at Blue Waters’ Terrace. For
particulars to inspect please phone 3279.

11.6.59.—6n.



“ROOSEVELT"—Maxwell Coast, Fully
furnished except for linen and cutlery
3 bedrooms, drawing—dining room, kitch-
en and the usual offices. Garage and one
servants’ room and bath in the yard
From Ist July, Apply R. S. Nicholls & Co.
Solicitors, Telephone 3925. 151—2 Roebuck
Street. 7.6.50—6n.





| REST COT—Welches, from 15th June to

end of July,
14,6.50—t.f.n.

Phone 3065



PUBLIC SALES



AUCTION

By instructions of the INSURANCE
Company I will sell on FRIDAY 16th
at 2 p.m. at the COURTESY GARAGE,
WHITEPARK, THE FOLLOWING:

1937 V-8 FORD TRUCK

1936 V-8 FORD TOURING CAR, both
damaged by fire. TERMS CASH

R. ARCHER McKENZIE,
Auctioneer.
Dial 2947. 13.6.50—4n

———

REAL ESTATE

“SANDY CREST'—situate at Cattle-
wash, Bathsheba, standing on One Acre
Ten Perches of land.

The house contains gallery, drawing and
dining rooms, three bedrooms with run-
ning water, kitchenette, usual outoffices,
electric light, garage and servant's room.

The above will be set up for sale at
public competition at our Office in Lucas
Street on Friday 23rd June, 1950, at 2 p.m,

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Solicitors.
11.6.50.—11n,









WORTHING (NEAR CACRABANK
HOTEL) CHRIST CHURCH

Modern fully furnished chalet in pri-
vate estate standing in half an acre of
well kept and laid out gardens— one
minute from sea and beautiful sandy
bathing beach.

The house contains large living room,
dining room, two bedrooms to which an
extra bedroom can be added if desired,
Tiled bathroom with tub bath and shower
(hot and cold water) and built in linen
cupboard,” tiled kitchen with built in
stone cupboard and new Philco combined
refrigerator and deep freeze, large arched
verandah, all steel windows with hoods,
steel French doors, large stone garage
and servants quarters with toilet and
shower, the house is tastefully furnished,
the beds have both deep sleep and Dun-
lopillg mattressesy shingled roof, polished

pine floors, the den contains grass-
lawns, tropical “flowering shrubs and
flowers together with eight coconut

palms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw,
mango, tamarind, breadfruit, and plum
trees, wire-mesh enclosed lock up vege-
lable garden and tool shed, colassed
driveways and garden paths, will be
sold unfurnished if desired. Attractive
price. Phone owner 8316 hetween 10 a.m
and 6 p.m, $ i 13.6.50—4n

“MEDMENHAM”", PINE HII 1—St.
Michael, avery desirable” residence
tomding on 1 aere 3 roods of land

The dwellinghouse contains verandah,
drawing and dining rooms, lounge, 4
bedrooms (2 with running water), usua!
conveniences, buttery, pantry and
hitehen, Electricity, water and tele
rhone installed.

In the yard there are servants rooms,
farage etc,, and the grounds comprise
Lawn and gardens.

Inspection by appointment sith the
Owner, Mrs. D, L. Johnson. Dial 2238

The above property will be set up for
sole by public competition at our office









ful scenery, sea-bathing, fishing, excel-| James street, Bridgetown. on Friday
lent cuisines and bars. RATES to] 20th June instant at 2 p.m.
37 B.W.I. per day. For further details YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
[and reservations. Solicitors
ERROL G. ROOKS, 15.6.50—12n.
Box 47,
. Saint Vincent.
$.6.50—26n.
——$<— ee
HE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICUL- WANTED
TURAL BANK ACT, 1943
the Creditors holding specialty Liens
inst HILLABY Flantatien, 0% apemer
AKE NOTICE that I, e Ww! ’
the above Plantation am about to MISCELLANEOUS
tain a loan of £200 under the pro- F z
isions of the above Act against the Apes BICYCLE Famine au
id Plantatfon, in respect of the Agri- ‘m. .6.50—3n
ultural year 1950 to 1951. ae BOARDERS. Coa domfortaple Room

and Full Board available to Visitors
to Trinidad.+ Near Queen’s Park Savan-
Write Mrs. Stone, 80 Dundonald
Port-of-Spain, 6.6.50,—12n.

, nah.
Street,



TO LET—Fully furnished two bed-
room flat Kent House August, November
inclusive. Phone Kirby 3698.
13.6.50—4n,

TRUNK—Very large travelling trunk
extra strong or large linen wicker
basket lined. Phone Williams 8221.
14.6.50—6n.







LOST & FOUND





LOST

SWHEPSTAKE TICKET—Series JJ
2991. Finder please return same to
L. Worrell. Dash Gap, Bank Hall Road.

15.6.50—1n .

SWEFPSTAKE TICKETS—Series HH
0380-89, IT. 7910-19, Finder please return
seme to W. D. Lovell, St. Michael's
Infirmary, Beckles Road. 15.6.50—2n





RACE TICKETS—Series B-1322,
1225, 1326, 1327, 1328. C-3022, 3023,
3625, 3026, D-0263, 0264, 0266. A peo2,
5593, 5594, 5595, 5596. 9 tickets in series
FE. From 5500, 5502, 5503, 5604, 5505,
5506, 5507, 5508, 5509. Finder kindly
return to Charles Edey, Chapel Street,
near Beckles’ Laundry. Tickets are of
no use to finder because they are in
syndicates Reward offered

1

aoe

5.6.50—In

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE







The application of Carlisle

In Carlisle Bay





IN PORT: Yacht Tern Ul, Sch. Rosa-
rene, Seh, Harrieta Whittaker. Sch. Lady
| Noeleen, Yacht Leander, M.V.‘ Moneka
oh. Emanuel C. Gordon, Sch. Belqueen,
“ Gardenia W Sch. Rainbow M.,

ch. D'Ortac, Sch. Frances W. Smith

ARRIVALS

SS. Lady Nelson, 4,655 tons net,
Cap:. Roach, From St. Lucia

SS. Alcoa Ranger, 4,819 tons net,
Cap. Perry, from Cumana

MY Caribbee. 100 tons net, Capt
Gumbs, from Dominica.

CEPARTURES

Schooner Maris Stella, 73 tons net,
Capt. Beal, for Martinique

Schooner Sunshine R., 25 tons net
Fatrice, for Fishing banks

S.S. Eyfjord, 1,109 tons net, Capt
Tiaraldsen, for St. Lucia

£.8 Alcoa Ranger, 4,819 tons net,

Capt. Patrice? for Fishing banks

In Touch With Barbados
Coast Station

Cable and Wireless (West Indies
Lid, advise that they can now com-
municate with the following ships

through their Barbados Coast Station

S.S. Martha Kleppe, S.S. Opequon
s.s Williamsburg, S.S Avranches
S.S. Labreasills, S.S. Canadian Cruiser



S.S. Feggen, S.S. Esso Fawley, S.S
Misr, S.S. Bisham Hills, S.S. Maria De
Larrinega, S.S. President Brand, S.S
Alcoa Posinter, S.S. Del Norte, S.S
Amerigo Vespucci, §.S. Agamemnon,
$.S. Folke Bernadotte, S.S Dolores
$.S. Uruguay, S.S. San Ubaldo, S.S
Esso Brussels, S.S. Flying Enterprese,
ss Pagnhildsholm, ss Atlantic
Mariner, S.S. Alcoa Ranger, S.S. Liss
©£.S. Olgon Express, S.S San Ans,
S.S. Mataroa, S.S. Ocean Vagrant, S.S
Hecuba, S.S. Sunwhit, S.S. Lossie-
hank, S.S. Statesman, 5.5 Fort
George, S.S. Orestes, S.S. Gold Ranger,
3.8. Aino,.M/S Carona, S.5. Andrew
A. Humphreys, S.S. Paloma Hills, SS
Esso Cardiff, S.S Brasil, S.S San
Catalina, S.S. Memory, S.S. Alcoa
Cavalier, $.S. Glamorgan Seam,. 5.8
Tinnmark, S.S. Chancellorsville, S.S
Samuel C Loveland, SS Alcoa
Pointer, S.S, Castledorf, SS. ‘San
Agnes No. 1, S.S. Cavaire, S.S, City

S,S. Esso Springfield, S.S
S.S. Jean, S.S. Nailett
Argentina,

Of Sydney,
Marine Leader, S
s.s Bristol, S.S
Santa Calli

8.s



Passengers arriving yesterday by the

“Lady Nelson’ were—from Dominica—
Stanley Dalgliesh, James Davison, Iris
Carrington, Seibert Thornhill, Marie
Thornhill, S. Ford. From Bermuda—
Maxwell Benjamin.
DEPARTURES—By B.W.1.A

For St, LUCIA

Donald . Barnes, Ruth Barnes, Henry
Grist, Margaret @rist, Mildred
Benjamin, Jay Singh, Mr and Mrs
Barnes

For Antigua:

Capt.. Eric Button,

For St. Kitts:

Violet Reid, Maureen Winter

For Trinidad:

Carmen Rezende, Anita Fernandes,
Lucie Antoni, Muriel Burke, Lilian Bas-
vom, Sinclair Callender, Andre

Duboulay, Percy Mottley, Frank Ramey,
Maria Guzman, Carmen Guzman, Cecil
Bellot, Stanley Dalgliesh, Cehmed Mah-
mood.

Blind Boy

@ From Page 5
were all doing. well, especially
Olvis. The Headmistress of the
School, Miss Yuille, wrote suggest-
ing that Joseph Carter should re-
turn to Barbados for the summer
holidays.

The Committee did not like
children returning to an Alms-
house; but in the case of Joseph,
it was his only home. He was
treated with kindness, and they
decided that he should be there-
fore brought back so as not to lose
his contacts with Barbados.

Vacancies

Reported that the Headmistress
was willing to take on another
girl in addition to the place left
by Sheila Jones, when she return-
ed from her leave. This would
make two places in all.

The case of Sheila would be re-
viewed when she got back. In the
meantime, the Hon, Secretary, re-
ported that she was in touch with
Alynthia Lovell, a possible trainee,
for the second vacancy.

Agreed that the case of Lovell
be pursued, and reported on at
the next meeting.

WANTED
‘wsceuancous (CLEAN OLD RAG|&

Delivered to
LINOTYPE DEPT., Advocate

—





ORIENTAL |
Curios, Ivory, Teak, Sandal,
Jewellery, Brass Ware,
Tapestries, Carpets, Ete.

KASHMERE

IMPORTANT NOTICE

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

The Barbados Gas Co.,

LTD.

FOR SALE
NEW BUNGALOW

DEACON'S ROAD

standing on approximately 11,000
square feet, 3 bedrooms, W.C
Bath, Electricity, spacious front-
age for gardens. Priced to Sell

Apply to: L. & H. MILLER
Reed Street, Bridgetown,
Dial 2791.

Atwell,

1023 of
1950, granted to Samuel Parris in respect

Deacons Road, St. Michael for permission

to use said Liquor License at a wal

FOR SALE

1 at

and wooden building at corner of Queen

and
St. Michael.
Dated this
To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist.
Signed CARLISLE

14th mena of June 1950,

“Ay,
ATWELL.
Applicant.

N.B.—This application will be con

sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
on Monday

the 26th day of June 1950, at 11 o’clock

at Police Court, District “A”,

2m.
H. A. TALMA
Dist



Police Magistrate,
15.6.50—in

‘
holder of Liquor License No.
of premises viz:i—a board and shingle
shop attached to residence at Bayswater.
Beckwith Streets, Bridgetown,



Constant Plantation

Principle and Purlin Fac-
tory Roofs covered with
corrugated galvanised Iron
28 ft. span by 125 ft. long
approx.

Apply—

D. M. SIMPSON & CO.
13.6.50.—1w.

— ToAlexander’ g} VACANT Posts











Se



BARBADOS ADVOCATE +
Italy Obj ects GOVERNMENT NOTICES







|
| SHIPPING

OF DISTRICT MEDICAL OFFICER,

7 —e MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEA-)_
Bae GRENADA LAND LINE LYD., (M.A'N Z. LINE) |
Criticism APPLICATIONS are invited for four vacant posts of District] $.S. “CITY OF DIEPPE” ' sails|
Medical Officer, Grenada, Windward Islands. See a ee eee tons
7 » énd s ey nm . ane June
ROME, June 14 Applications must be fully qualified medical practitioners regis- | %4th arriving at Trinidad about July 2ist
> : . Nea _ i i S.S. “PORT WELLINGTON” \s
c The Ttalian Foreign Minister | terable in the United Kingdom, ; on luly/Ac@gust:. Grisbene early Avguat
-ount Carlo Sforza today tokd the Salary will be on the scale $2,400 « 96—$2,880 per annum, plus a] Melbourne mid July. N. Queensland
Italian Cabinet that Field Marshal Sydney mid Auigusy prriving Trinidad

tost of living allowance at approved rates (at present 8 1/3%). Private

+ . . about 9th September
practice is permitted and a travelling allowance is also payable. Free

Lord Alexander’s views on Italy’s There vessels have ample space fo





















PAGE SEVEN

NOTICES







The M.V. “Moneka”™ « ccept
Cargo and Passengers Dor
inica, Antigua, M st
Kitts, sailing Wednesd 4th
June, 1950

The M.V. “Caribbee"
cept Cargo and Pres
Dominica, Antigua



st Kitts-Nev
i6th June





part in the war were in contradic- i : , triete Government | chilled, hard frozen and general cargo She MV. *“Dasewood"” will
tion to the recognitien given to quarters are not provided, but in nearly all the districts Government | "Gury, “accepted on through . bills cept ¢ argo and Passengs n for 8
; F quarters are available on a rental basis. vding with transhipment at Trinidad (fo . Li EO ee
Italy’s peace treaty with the Allies. : British Guiana, Bai Wind-vera ane |, Aruba, sailing Sunday, 11th dupe
The despatches, published in Passages on first appointment of the officer appointed, as well as | British Gulana, Barbados: Wind-zerd any —
the London Gazette, had belittled | those of his family, not exceeding {ve persons in all, will be provided. FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., e 5 ee See
Italy’s war effort, he said. Applications, giving full detai’s of qualifications and experience, Agents, Trinidad | = eo oe
7 Now Governor-General of!accompanied by two recent testimonials, should be addressed to the DA = — aoe | Telephone No. 4047
Canada, Lord Alexander was Com- | Senior Medical Officer, Grenada, and should reach him not later than eines nae See —
mander-in-Chief of the Allied}g0th June, 1950. 8.6.50.—3n.
Armies in Italy. Count Sforza told }
the Cabinet he had not yet received Steamship Co
ts" full text of the despatches. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION -
S soon as they were received, . *
he added, he would make a full All Saints’ Girls’ School — St. Peter Ir:
| statement “attempting to establish APPLICATIONS are invited for the Headship of All Saints’ Girls’ : a
the truth,” School from teachers with at leas, 10 years’ teaching experience. The aor wes ee
| The despatches will also be dis- |minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate A of “Aer ‘ * N.O. ? B'dos
— in the Italian Parliament] the Department or exemption therefrom. S.8. “ALCOA ROAMER |... ae ton” seen?
where fhfee Rightist deputies will Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head se ae
ask the Government to “refute Te a a ad NEW YORK S®RVICE
Lord Alexander's charges.” achers in a Grade I Elementary School. sails Arr.
A — question ‘tabled 2h aoe Candidates who have already submitted application forms in re- | «sg «pyryorp” dated REY a ear i sts we
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Al LEADING NORTHUMBERLAND

‘Boogles’ Williams: Takes

6 Wkts for 60 In Fine Spell
Northumberland — 187
W.L (for 6 wkts) 197

NEWCASTLE, June 14.
After losing half the side for 112 a solid sixth wicket part-
nership between John Goddard and Frank! Worrell gave
the W.I. a slight advantage over Northumberland at the
close of the first day’s play in their two-day match here
The pair put on 80 before being
parted five minutes from the end
of play, when the tourists were
10 runs ahead with four wickets
in hand
The West Indies scored 197 for
six wickets in reply to Northum-
berland’s total of 187. Worrell
played the most stylish cricket of
the day during his innings of 37
Earlier Ken Trestrail had played
an enterprising innings of 42

with an analysis of 6 wickets for
60 in 21 overs.

Grover and Barratt saw the
hundred up after 150 minutes and
went on to add 41 for the fifth
wicket before, Williams had
Grover brilliantly caught at mid-
off by Jones. Grover hit 1 siz
off Ramadhin and four fours in his
twentyrnine.

Then Liddel, Northumberland’s
hard hitting captain, followed with
some fireworks, hitting Ramadhin
clean out of the ground for six,
but his innings was short lived,
Jones holding another smart catch
off Williams at 158.

The same combination returned
Barratt at 172, and the last three
wickets tumbled rapidly

West Indies Batting

Northumberland gave a batting
display of mixed character. Most
of the Minor County side hit hard
and no fewer than one hundred
of their total came from bound-
aries. Cecil Williams, the slow
Jeg-break bowler from Barbados,

















day, but five minutes from time

was caught and bowled by Earl

for 37, Jones came in and stumps

were drawn before he had scored,
THE SCORES:

2-Nil

2—0

Empire

EVERTON by defeating

Cc. B. WILLIAMS
took 6 wkts, for 60

Empire when they met,

hurled
pushing the ball back into play
The ball was then passed on the
left wing to Harper who cut in
and shot hard, but Reece was in
position and pushed the ball out
conceding a corner, The cornet



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BARBADOS

did most of the damage taking 6] Voprnu pore ge INNINGS, at football on Kensington yesterday in the Knock-Out}
ickets f 10 runs | re- didard b Jones
avjkets for, 70 runs each. He re-[t Yalin cauce'Chradan’b Piere | Competition.
Serint. teins who at mid-off, hela| Y ‘pnitiipean« & b Witians yh Blades the inside right for Everton scored the first goal|
Sy ‘ , wv u c 9
three excellent catches. J. Grover ¢ Jones b Williams 20 from a penalty and Cox the inside left netted the other.
1. Barratt ¢ Fone O eraiieae n Everton’s forwards combined |. s| a8
The Play W., Gollently not out 20 | very well to outplay the forwards{ Empire got a penalty. The crowd
- We }. Watson c Stollmeyer b Williams © | of Empire, Yet, Empire made| came to their heels to see
1. Henderson b Williams 4 i P Symmonds kick a scorcher away
‘ t e 3 » ser . rents snort s ick a se “her owz
Rain overnight until about af « garl ¢ Williams b Marshall 1} Some serious threats at scoring. fora the bare a
. s before art- extras b2, Lb. 4, wl, nb. 1 8 | They gave away at least four e bars.
couple of hours before play start Extre ; }
ed, affected the attendance, There ia7 | 800d chances of shooting. ate ee Empire custo-
, * allendé . Total o dian, then gan to take big
was a good drying, sun and the is 1-12, 2-14, 9-87, 4—89 Touch Off chances by deserting the goal, He}
pitch appeared easy paced, Fall of wickets: Foeasiass cae th Ah ;
The West I ‘est ee ean 1~130, 6-158, LING" ANALYSIS The touch off was taken by| foun imself as far down the}
pare | est Indies bega wel by BOW} M . w.|Empire from the South, Everton] field as the centre line and em-
dismissing both opening batsmen waa % 0 19 1 }got hold of the ball and moved| Ployed the tactics of a back}
va ony 14 scored, Walton Was} jones 2 “4% }down giving the Empire baciss| rather than a goal keeper.
well caught by John Goddard anc Worst oe 7 0 |some trouble in clearing their ae re a eerie
Routledge was taken at the wicket Rarnadhin 6% 4 a $ area. A reply to this movement beteaa’ this ‘ bens hrei ek a ’
Then came a solid thire-wicket Williams oe ; % * |was made by the Empire for-| 5° ; is PP on “ Soa
ee of fe eee! pin 8 MeO is sie INGE wards, but Taylor when in elose past nen aie ic a
son, tormer ancashire player |g. Marshall stpd, Henderson b Wat- range of the bars easily tapped] ;“ . a
afid Hunt, despite frequent bowling a eat? Ra ° the ball into the safe hands of Meetuant ete score to 2—0 in favour
§ yer ¢ e s Y ,
chahges. R. Christian c Walton b Watson 14 | Reece, 2 Ss , fter this, ref » Mr.
Williams broke the stand by] K_ Trestrail ¢ Walton b Hunt 42 The Everton forwards were] .. ges. after this, referee
holding a return catch fron ¥ einai ane bunt a back again on Empire’s back line "4 mere ee AY
Phillipson at 87 and two runs} y well c& b Marl 37 |and Bynoe of Empire fouled te Sn .

, + Wommall is & © me : EVERTON: Reece, Robinson,
later Hunt left, caught at square-| @. Jones not out i" give them a penalty. Blades took Gtahe tun bole imanint\ wtavierd
leg. Lunch found the seore at 8f erate: } — |the kick and sent the ball high Harewood Blades, White, Cox and| !
for the loss of 4 wickets Total (for 6 wkts.) 197 }and hard into the left corner of Murray. oe i

Northumberland lost their iy Rats hele Weaken. L Plerre, ae the goal. The interval was soon EMPIRE: Beis enc Grau
remaining six wickets for the} aaiaahin Rite after taken with the score at 1—0 Hynoe,” Wickham, Smith, Alleyne
addition of 98 runs tothe lunch] Pal of wickets: 126, 2-08, 3—10,lin Everton's favour. ; Pavine, Braxton, Gymmontis, Wood
score and were all out for 187, ] 4-17, 5--D1a @~pe. a uin & On resumption, Empire made aan Baiper » 9)

1 Willi th Barked BOWLING ANALYSIS many vicious attacks on as s| * ;

Ceci illiams, the Barbados] »,,, 13 0 68° 1 |goal, but brilliant keeping by
ight arm spin bowler, claimed} Watson 18) 4s) es) re ‘4 i ampts at
a ie eh ickets which fell Hunt 8 1 24 9 | Reece thwarted their atten P J

e of the six wickets c Golightly 1 80 34 ~0 | scoring, At one time, Drayton
during the afternoon and had a poet” 5 1 (12 ©) shot from close range and. Reece
hand in the other. He finished —Reuter. himself to the ground

was well kicked but Everton’s
P, it backs managed to elear.
Ready ro tts Penalty
With the score _ still 1—-0,
LONDON. LONDON.
Jenny Kammersgaard, Den- Britain’s Racecourse Betting in
mark’s 31-year-old long-distance} Control Board reported that the The Weather comes out
swimmer, is likely to prove a totalisator turnover in 1949 fell . ak
tough rival to America’s Shirley] by+well over one million dollars TODAY . '
Mae France for this year’s Chan-|to $72,447,396 mainly because of Sun Rises: 5.39 a.m. h fl
nel swimming honours. “smaller bets”. Sun Sets: 6.21 p.m In t e avour °
Other reasons included a de- Moon (New) June 15.

ADVOCATE





Bisley Team Will: =|

Leave By ‘Golfito’

SHOOTING STARTS JULY 10

The Elders & Fyffes s.s. Golfito is expected to arrive in

eerbotus from Trinidad on June 21 and when it leaves,

among passengers for England will be the seven man
rifle team awh ich will take part in the Imperial Rifle Meeting
at Bisley.

The team comprises Lt. Col. J.4¢
Connell, O-B.E., E.D. (Capt.), Ma-
jor J. E, Griffith, E.D., Major A. S
Warren, Capt. C. R, Warner,

Barbados Friendly
Football Association



M.B-E., Lt. C. E. Neblett, Lt. J. M.!
Cave and Mr. T. A. L. Roberts ' 7 oc

The Trinidad and British Guiana | "eae KN =e
teams have already left on the | AL REP
“Misr”, while the Jamaica team is|

expected to arrive in the Rangers vs. Penrode

United
Kingdom about the middle of next The semi-final between Rang-

week. 5,
s ers and Penrode which was play-
Bisley

> ed to a goalless draw on Tuesday
The Barbados team is expected | jast will be re-played this eve-
to arrive in England on June 30 or ning at St. Leonard’s grounds,

July 1 and will be going up to
London to spend a couple of days
after which they will go on to
Bisley where arrangements have
been made with the International
Rifle Association to have targets
available for practice on July 6, 7
and 8.

The actual Prize Meeting starts
on Monday July 10 and the team
will be doing’ some shooting from
then on up to Friday July 14.

From Saturday July 15 to Sat- |
urday July 22 will be the main |

Richmond, This match was very
keenly contested on Tuesday last
and this evening’s game should
be a good one

The kick-off is at 4.45 p.m., the
referee Mr. QO. ee and the
linesn.en are Messrg Arehee
and E, Clarke.

tee ten Pat

“TIRED”







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Lodge defeated Everton
it football, |



DANCE

att

rlé é ar meeting and there will be individ- |

jen ee titties o ual competitions every day eul-
brilliantly caught behind the minating with the King’s Prize on fue the “Teme
wicket at 26. Marshall and | Saturauy a aie .
Christiani batted confidently until eam oots le
Walton in the deep caught | Team shoots will be held on
Christiani at 58. Thursday July 20 and Friday July 7 you

By the close the West Indies 21. Golonial events will be for apie, 0 of your
were 10 runs ahead with four first | the Junior McKinnon and Junior ; as to
innings wickets remaining, having pee ae ae le oe ae et fealty a

. 197. After tea, dies te ;

ee i causes trouble} EX-TENNIS CHAMPIONS BOROTR ota COCHET GIVE DEM- | Senior McKinnon and Senior Kalo-} backache, headache,
for the tourists by smartly} ONSTRATION TO SCHOOL CHILDRE \N. — Ex-Wimbledon Winners | ee ee ee eee OT
stumping Marshall, gt off) ana Ex-Davis Cup holder Borotra gave a tennis display to school The faci eaoase ois een For .
Fee et ee ae in the| *hildren et Roland-Garros, After the demonstration Boretra expiains | England until August 24 and some | kidneys clear the
di rie restrail’s enterpris-| to young boys how to hold a tennis racquet, of the members have made ar-| : excess acids
oro 42 at 107 and when rangements to witness the fourth! from the system and give you a chance
we as alked across one from se ; Test Match between England and to feel better, work better. Get the genuine
Mu t half the side were out for | the West Indies beginning on| Dodd's Kidney Pills in. Gre Blan packege
3 ae Hverton efead | August 12 at the Oval. | ith the red ands today. Large Bt of

Worrell treated the crowd to ; - stores.
the most stylish batting of the LODGE DEFEAT EVERTON | La e

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LHURSDAY, JUNE 1, 4950
‘iy oan, The News, 7.10 "a.m. News| THE BARBADOS
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Generally Speaking, a.m. |
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wixiwe, 8.30 a.m, Books to Read, ° B
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Close Down, 12 noon ‘The News, i
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rrogrdmme Parade, 12,18 p.m. Listen-
er Choice, 1.00 p.m. Gerald Barry 9 p.m.
Speaking, 1.15 p.m Radio Newsreel, maa
i. p.m. Music in Miniature, 2.00 p.m. Admission to Ballroom:
The \Wews, 4.10. p.m. Home News from 2/
| Brit 15 pom Sports Review 2°30 o
pom # up the Curtain, 3.30 p.m
| Bwerty Questipns, 4.00 p.m. ‘The News,
7 p.m. The Daily Service, 4.15 p.m.
Th Adventures of Richard Hannay,
4.45 pum, Music for the Vheatre, 5.00
6 Royal Ascot Gold Cup, 5.15 p.m

fer wiramme Parade, 5.30 p.m. Generally






Speaking, 5.49 p.m. Sandy Macpherson
w+ the Theatre Organ, 6.00 p.m. From |
th third programme, 7.00 p.m The |

«|B. vs, 7.10 p.m. News Analysis, 7.15 |

r 7.30) p.m Cricket Report on}
| \ wef vs Northumberland, 7.30—7.45
m-—-Talk by John Metealf, 8.00 p.m. |
lio Newsreel, 8.15 p.m, Gerald Barry |
beak ing, 8.30 p.m The Musie of Sid
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p.m. Ray’s a Laugh, 10.00 p.m. The |
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| 10.15 p.m, Admiral Peters, 10.40 p.m. |

( Interlude, 10,45 p.m. Special Dispatch, |

11.00 p.m. The News |

WHEN IS A SHAMPOO
NOT A SHAMPOO

Perhaps we should have
said “not merely a Shampoo”

beeause LUSTROLENE is

Reports from Copenhagen state|cline in racecourse attendances Lighting: 7.00 p.m And what goes in ? Why, pure { i ,
that Jenny recently swam . 62} and “the Jong dry summer, which High Water; 2.33 a.m., 4.02 sugar, wheat, fresh ioe hcl butter— not just another shampoo,
miles in 40 hours from Gedser,|caused the ground to become p.m. togetl ith the e but a real beauty treatment
Denmark, to Warnemunde, Ger-!very hard and resulted in a pro- YESTERDAY gether with the experience that
pomy, Late, she swam back; nounced decrease in the number Rainfall (Codrington) .15 has made Huntley and Palmers famous the for your hair. Everyone
nocked ours off the time of runners, with a consequential ins. whole world over. Sot . ‘ : s
Jenny plams to leave for Bri-|]contraction in the volume. of Total for Month to Yester- . . many thrilling ‘knows how good cocoanut oil
at ; ay ad haus : d . otal for Mon o varieties to choose from—lusciously-filled :
tain im early August to take part] totalizator betting, particularly day: 8.75 ins ; s for the hair, but few peo-
in the British eross-Channel mar- | ‘place betting’.” ‘Temperature (Max.) 84.5 Custard Creams ’ and ‘ Reading Creams ' :
athon organizéd by the London} Although 33,862,485 totalizator " melting!y-delicious ‘ Shortcake ’

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Swimmors from all parts of the |'’compared with 33,159,111 in 1948, (} pan) E - LUSTROLENE you'can get
world are training for it. First/the values of sales were lower , = lee , * Vor ee So tha real Me 7
idk eed. wonten home will re-|Ytelatively more low denomme emer ity 12 miles per he real benefit of the cocoa-
ceive $2,800 each. Others who|tion tickets and relatively fewer | a a4 . 4 . 7 nut oil it contains with
complete the swim will get $700,!high denomination, tickets wers| vero ) ne” mee erncunr mamueecnieeas fo NO erence @ > aa =
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PACE KK.IIT HAUI!\I><>~ AKVOCATI. W.I. LEADING NORTHUMBERLAND 'Booglrs" \\ illiams Takrs 6 Wkto for 60 In Fine Spell \oi thumhi'.•-land —•> 187 WJ. (far 6 uktsj 197 NEWCASTLE, ham 14 After loflnf half the side for 112 a solid sixth Brick* nership between John (Jotfdard and Frank VYorrvl the W.I a slight advantage over Northuml* close of the first days play in their lwo-d&\ i The pair P jt on BO before being with ao analysis of. wickets for 00 in 31 overs. parted live minute* from the end of play, whan the tourists were .head with four wicket* in hand The West ladies scored 187 ior six wicke Northumberland's total of 187. Worrell played the most stylish cricket ot the day during his innings of 37 Earlier Ken Treslrail had played inalnp of Northumberland gave u butliinc display ol mixed char., of the Minor County side hit hard and no fewer than one -uin-fred of their total came from boundaries. Cecil Williams, the raak bowler from Bart %  -— %  — — %  % %  %  %  too*. did most of the damage taktr toi '0 runs each lie % %  i"> from Prior Joit '-ofT. held three excelleni The Pfaj Grover and narmtt raw th hundred up after IW minutes and went on to add 41 fa 'In hfth wicket lieforr, Williams hd Graver brilliantly caught at midoA* by Jones. Drover hit 1 si) off Ramadhin and four fourin hi twentyyninc Then Liddel. Northumberland's hard hitting captain. (oUoifad wltSj some fireworks, hitting Ramadhin clean out of the ground for six. but his innings waihOtl lived. Jonas holding another smart catch off Williams at 158 The same combination returned Barratt at 172, and the wickets tumbled rapidly Wc.t Indies Balling Northumberland bad an c* success when Stollmeyer brdltantly ciught bwhimi the A b kit .it 26 Marshall and ballad confidently until Walton in the deep raiight Christian i at 58 iiv the close the West Indie* wet' in run. .iliead With fOUl Bill Mining* wwkvU ramauuog, having l Mtsst t ng at li;.. Lt CoL J <* (Capt.), MaTtrtaW D \Y JIVF 15. !*•:. l\ CENNU CRAMTIONI BOatOTBA \M> COCHKT GIVE MMown: ITION TO St IIOOI t ||||.lii:i\ — |. K Uinibledun VtasssSM aKl EDftVa1 tup holder Itorotra .%,.i .e.ini display to school (..Mr. n .( KoUnd Qggnriga, Mm the driuoiuilratii.il Isurairs explain* In ^ i. IM* lio" U> hold it lunns raruuil. flam avai gj i ; about i couple oi kout before | ed. aflactad the aiiondanra There was a good drynu: ggaj and the pitch appiMred tasy p i Tht Wet Imii, •.. ..in well by ng both niieninu batsmen with only 14 score I. Walton wai well caajjbl by John (.> % %  i %  WBS taken at tbi Then ei lid I Jrd-wickfl partnership of 73 between Phillipson, former Lamashm [Haiti and Hunt, dagplta frequent bowuni ii tbaii William* broke the stand by holding a return catch from I al 87 and tn runlater Hun; left, raiuJit at squareleg. Lunch found tinHere at HI for the Ion Of I Wli kt %  Northumberland t. .-t their rernalnlni --i\ wickets fur the addltiiai of 86 rung to the lunch scora and were all out for 1*7 Cadi WIMI.TI,. the llnrbados right arm spin bowler, claimed live of the six wickets which fell during the afternoon and had a hnnd in the other. He llnishtd Worrell treated tL_ the most stvliah batting of the ilav. but live minutes from Ume was caught and bowled by Earl for 37 Jones came in and stumps I were drawn before ha had scored. 1 THE SCORES: soaiin in** '• rsNisn| *iw (,...1.1.ni i. J..IM-. lli.ina.lhin P *•• I ,.,..,„ JODM b William. II I onM b WUttatM i licMrl > J'">I. 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Swimmers from all parts of the world are training for it Tint miin and woman horn* will receive 82.800 each Other* whu complete the iwim will get s7ii" —INS Smaller Bets Lesson Pro/its LONDOK. Britain's Racecourse Betting Control Board reported that to* lotallaalor turnover ill 1W4U fall by well over tine million dollar* to 872.447.3tt6 mainly because "smaller bets" Other reasons included a decline in racecourse attendance and 'the >ng dry summer which caused the ground to becanv very hard and resulted u a pro ntuncad decrease in thenumbe of runnors, with g cunsenucntiul contraction In the Volume il lotiiluatoi Lvtliug. u-ilivuUttlj 'place beltinu'." Although 33.2.4HS tOUIusfJ % %  tickets am .i.i r,.j n h li it'< compared with 33.15U.IM In lt4H. the values of sau* were lo4Ml Relatively more lo denorngaa linn titkets and relatival} faagi high dera mlnatlon, tick, i^ igaenl l H,8 Ever ton Defeat Empire 2-Nil RVERTON by OMMtlnj Empire 2-41 when the at football on Kcnsinjiton yttu*rday in the Kimck-Out! CompetfUoai Blades the inside right for Kvetton scored the n: |oi .1 E *; Hlth ED., Major A. S Wyrnci M.It F.. U i. E N Cavt and Ml i A L I The Trtnlda i and British Guiana It OD the Mist", while the Jamah %  Kingdom about the middle ot next week BaSlt) The Barbados team is expected to arrive in England on J July 1 and will be going up to Lundtm to spend a couple of days .ilier ariatfih tnoj will go on to Bisley where ariungvu.. | ifeen made with the lotcrsiatauOal Hide Association ti> have ijrKdavailable fi.t practice OP July 6, 7 -nu 8. Tho actual Pr^e Meeting atari* on Monday July 10 and tlie team will be doing' some shooting from then on up to Friday July 14. From Saturday July 15 to Saturday July 22 will be the main meeting and there will be individual competitions every day culminating with the King's Prixe on Saturday July 22. Team Shoot* Team shoots will be held on Thursday July 20 and f*rlday July 21. ^olonlal events will be for the Junior HcKinnon and Junior Kfflopore Cups and the West Indies team wdl compete lor the i. Dior rXaJoon a dominion basis on gfctga lo ba In Enaiand mtU Au i of the members have Doada %  Itneaa the fourth i tch b e tw ee n F.ngland and the w. it Indies beginning on 1 2 at the Oval LODGE DEFEAT EVERTON I>xlgti defeated I lootball. from a penalty and Cox tin Everton't forwards combined very well u, mitplay the forward .J BDaplra, Yet. Empire mad? some serious threats at scoring. They gave away at least four good chances of shooting. Touch Off The touch off was taken b. Empire from the South. Everton K'H bold nf the ball and moved down giving the Empire back) some trouble in clearing their area. A reply to this movement was made by the Empire forwards, but Taylor whan in closn range of the bars easily tapped the ball into the fate hands of Reece TinKverton forwards were back ogam on Empire's bark hn god H.win, ,,i Bmpira fouled to them a penalty, nlidf took OH kick .11X1 Wtt the ball high and hard Into the left corner Of the c.ii.il The interval was sOoi uftei taken with the s. n ji I—I hi Everlon's favour. On lesumption. Empire mad' lou i attack! on Ivaiton'i goal, but brilliant k<>eplng Raaco thwarted their attempt •coring >\ t one time. Drayton %  hoi from ell 88 innge and Kee hurled himself to the grourl puabing the >>.iii back mt<> plaj The ball was then passed mi the left wing to Harper who cut in Mid shot hard, but fleece wa ; in poatUon and pushed the ball OUt conceding a comer. 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