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FIVE-CENTS
Near 55.

Saturday.
June 17
1950.

ATTLEE AND BE

- 30-Year Mother

Hypnotised

Awakes To Find 6b. Girl
Painless Birth

LONDON, June 16.
30-YEAR-OLD woman woke up here today after a
five-hour sleep, and found she was the mother of a six
and a quarter pound baby girl.
She sat up in bed and took Gillian Alexis into her arms,
“T’ve never felt so well in my life”, she said.
The tired but triumphant Irishman who had made possible
the painless birth, was Dr. Alex Hammel, who had put Mrs
Gladys Burkwood into a hypnotic trancé as soon as she
experienced the first pain. Looking fresh and radiant, the
eri iets ——-yinew mother felt ravenously hun-
gery. Nurse M. Powell, London

Aduncate
IN ARE ANGRY

‘Over Labour Party’s Policy
_ Statement On Europe

Arrested |

On Spy
| Charge
|
|









‘

Dalton Believed Target

LONDON, June 16
PRIME MINISTER Clement Attlee today visited
Mr. Ernest Bevin in hospital and, it is believed,
gave him an account of yesterday's Cabinet Meet-
ing, at which a clash developed over the Labour

Party’s manifus.o on European unity.
Political quarters think he also discussed the rough handling
he received from Conservatives in Parliament yesterday
over the apparent conflict between . official Government
policy on the Schuman Plan and the manifesto’s rejection
of present schemes for European union.
= Publication of the Labour

Party’s document, it is suggested
in political quarters, seems defin-

NEW. YORK, June 16

The arrest on spy charges of a
former United States Army non-
1¢ ymmissioned Officer, who the
Government said warked “on the
| itomic . bomb itself’ was an-
| hounced* to-day, He was identi-
fied by the Federal Bureau of In-
| vestigation (the G-men) as David
Greengrass, a

—e



former technical

THE ONLY WAY

LONDON,

Conservative member of
Parliament Sir David Max-
well Fyfe told a London
audience that he was com-
pletely in favour of one piece
of nationalization.

“I am in favour of the
nationalization of crime, bé-
cause it is the only way of
making sure that crime does
not pay.” —(I.N.S.)

Socialist
Drags “U.N.”
Into Sugar

(From Our Own Correspondent.)
LONDON, June 16.

The question of the British
Government’s sugar undertakings
under United Nations agreements |
is to be raised in the House of
Commons on Monday. Dr. H. M. '
King, Socialist, will ask Mr. ,
Maurice Webb why Britain under-
takes to buy 250,000 tons under
UN agreements, when the United
States of America reserves only
45,000 tons under the same obliga-
tions.

In addition Dr. King will ask
whether, in any new agreement,
a greater amount will be. pur-
chased from the West Indies.

Two Killed
In Air Crash

BOMBAY, June 16.
A twin engined plane of the
Indian air line, Air India, crashed
early today near Masulipatam
east coast port, killing the pilot
and one passenger. Several pas-
sengers were injured. The air-
craft was on a charter flight
between Bombay and Hyderabad.
Further details were not yet avail-
able. An airline official said the
aircraft crashed after the _ pilot
attempted to make an emergency
landing, Those injured included
the radio officer and two bullion

merchants of Bombay.
—Reuter.







TWO PLANES CRASHED
TO PREVENT EXPOSURE

two Air France skymaster

County Council district nurse who
delivered the baby, brought her
two boiled eggs, toast and tea.

The 48-yeareclId dector, whe
was trained at Queen’s University,
Belfast, has been studying hypno-
tism for some years, This is the
first confinement he has carried
out under hypnosis.

Better Than Hoped For

“The result has been better
than I could have hoped for,” he
said today. “The most amazing
thing was the way in which the
patient obeyed every command I
gave her. She was completely co-
operative, although she remem-
bers nothing of course.”

EVERTON WEEKES did a smart piece of fiolding at gully to stap a
ahin’s deliveries; during the Old Trafford Test Maich. Wieket-k ope
ton also.—Central Press

Touring Team.
Arrives



Mrs. are who already poh
has two children, was sent to j
see the doctor a_ fortnight FIRST MATCH MONDAY | W EBB MAK
ago, as the nurse was worried Thirteen members of the Mal-
about her blood pressure. Dr. vern Football Club arrived from
Hammel was so impressed with} Trinidad yesterday afternoon by
her pleasant personality, whichfB W.I.A., shortly before six
was both placid and intelligent,F o'clock. Accompanying the team | (From Our Own
a he ity she would be anf was ine President Mr. James
eal subject for hypnosis. Grosvenor with his wife Se oi Aled ee N
Trance Succeeds They are the guests of the! Sugars talks between B.W.1,
Next day, accompanied by her] Spartan Football Club } decisive turn. The Food Min
mother, Mrs. Burkwood allowed The team is as follows: Cariton a definite written offer to the
a tae Soap ae her into Hinds, (Capt), Carlton Lewis, |
rance. e€ result was so success-§ Kenny Akal, Hicks Garcia, Hugo ¢ > iriffi % ig
ful that the visits were repeate¢# Emmanuel, Paul Carr, | Edgar | ee ae ey be
every day, and she was put inte § weTair, Lio Lynch, Carl Drayton, MUNIStEL OF tale: zt m O10
a trance for 20 to 30 minutes each Car) Walrond. Carl Mills, Poyntz} half discussion at the Coloni
time. cee Carty and Clyde Manners. ‘The
The baby's father, a 35-year- remaining member of the team |
ald Post Office van driver, said:} yon, Bleckman is “expected toe
“It was the most incredible thing nar F ‘ : i

I ever saw.” He has called the
baby Alexis for her second name,
as a mark of gratitude to Dr
Hammel,

Father of two teen-age daugh-

Carlton Hinds told the Advocate
that the team was a well balanced
one, and this was the first tour,
besides a vis t to Tobago, that the

|

'

: .| Malvern Club had made. The
or
ald He wished ‘nie’ wite “coura{ team possessed several "Inter:
have had her children by hypnosis} COlonial players, Carlton Lewis, |

Kenny Akal, Paul Carr and him+ |
self had recently returned from}
the Trinidad tour to B.G.
Their regular Captain was
unable to frake the trip and he,
as Vice-Captain of the team, was| |
skippering the side. |
The team will play a series of | |
five matches, the first on Monday |
June 19th against the Colts, their
second match would be against
Spartan and there ‘would be three
tests. They are due to return tp

One of the most interesting fea-
tures of the case was the intense
happiness experienced by the
mother when she first saw the
baby. In normal confinements,
the extreme exhaustion of the
mother usually marred this mo-
ment.—Reuter,

TIGHTEN SPY LAWS
OTTAWA, June 16.
The Canadian Government with





an eye on the international | trinidad on July 2nd. y
character of Communist espionage, | Neville “Medford, Captain of | &
today tightened its anti-spy laws|spartan and Mr. Critchlow! 4
by doubling the maximum penalty | Watthews. Secretary of the!

and broadening the scope to
cover offences outside Canada
—Retter.

Spartan Club as wel! as several!
members of the Spartan team were}

at Seawell to meet the team 3-Legged

British Vessel Kid Born |
Mined Off China





16-month-old Alpine goat





we



t by Hutton off one of Rama-
Walcott stood ready: and Hut-

Malvern | GOMES S TILL

OPTIMISTIC
ES WRITTEN
OFFER TO WEST INDIES

Correspondent)
LONDON, June 16.
and H.M.G. have taken a
istry is believed to have made
: West Indian Delegation when

the delegates met Mr. Maurice Webb, Minister of Food, Mr.

‘retary and Mr. John Dugdale,
ial Affairs for an hour and a
al Office this afternoon.

A brief joint statement by the

nos atone bomb project in New
Mexico in 1945

He was charged
siving atomic secrets to
Gold, a

ergeant assigned to the Los Ala-

with
Harry
Philadelphian,
acussed of acting as intermediary
between British atomic scientist
Klaus Fuchs, admitted Russian
Spy, and a Communist spy ring,
Greengrass was arraigned shortly
after the announcement of his
arrest and held in $100,000 bail.

The United ‘states Attorney
Said that Greengrass had told the
F.B.I. that if he had not had a
Wife and children he was “think-
ing of running away or commit-
ting suicide,”

The Federal Bureau of Investi-
gation also announced to-day the
arrest of Dr. Sidney Weinbaum
aged 52, a scientist of the Califor-
nia Institute of Technology who
was formerly with its jet propul-
sion laboratory —Reuter.



Suspect
Sabotage

DEVONPORT, Devon June 16.
_ Admiralty police were today
investigating a case of suspected

Colonial Office and the B.W.I.' sabotag rd é 5

. a age on board a_ destroyer
delegation to the effect that the here A spokesme
meeting was held and that an- danse Narmietlty spakeemen

other meeting had been arfanged
for next week is all that has been
ea released on today's meet-
ng.

But it is understood that nego-
tiations have’ left the stage of
memoranda exchanges and have!
now entered a stage of free discus- |
sions. The Food Ministry is thought
to have made a definite written
offer to the West Indies Delegation
which wtll be considered by the





sald damage had occurred to elec-

trical machinery in a battle class
destroyer Urania. Because of a
misunderstanding in signalling
the Admiralty first believed the
incident had taken place on another
destroyer H,M.S, Matapan,
Urania is in the Reserve Fleet,
Plymouth, Command. Leave for
the ship’s naval personnel was
stopped. Names and addresses
of dockers working on the destroy

members of the Communist Cen-

of the staff of the left-wing Aka-
hata
lected the application because of

Agency

re






HUGH DALTON

‘No Proof’ Says!
Jap Court

TOKYO, June 16
The Tokyo District Court today

rejected an application by Japan's,
Communist Party for a writ which
would restrain
from banning
nists from political activity,

the Government
leading Commu-

The Government, it was ebaim-
ed, planned to “neutralise 24%
tral

Comipittee and 17 members

newspapers, The Court re-

‘lack of proof’ the Kyodo News
reported. The application



delegates at a meeting Monday|er were taken An Admiralty | claimed the “purge” wag an in-
morning at the West India Com-| official said tonight it was not] fringement of human rights pro-
mittee rooms yet possible to state the cause of claimed by the Potsdam Declara-
It is understood also that at to-| the damage in the Urania, jut} tion and guaranteed by the con-
day’s meeting Mr. Gomes, leader|jt was learned here that the| *titution.—Reuter,
oa ae Sate ey oe. eee as authorities after initial investiga-
pseee! rovernment fvel¢ion believe it is possible that fe. .
one gre te sate carelessness and not deliberate be humacher Injured
to answer next week. sabotage may have been to blame. BIELEFELD, British Zone,
The B.W.L. delegation officials’ The Admiralty s a i d pr ” saser June 16
reply to the British Government's | Statement that a generator became West German Social Demo
refusal last week for the addi-|0Vetloaded in the Urania and that cratic leader Dr, Kurt Schumacher
tional tonnage of sugar requestea,| there was no evidence at present had a car accident today while
was conveyed to the Ministry of, that the situation was caused | arriving from Cologne to Minden
Pood yesterday, A significant fact maliciously north-east of Bielefeld, ‘The
about the B.W.I. reply is. that —Reuter. Social Democratie Party office

contrary to normal practice, it has
not, and IT understand will not, be
published yet,

Broad smiles lit up the faces
of members of the delegation as



Two To Die



: 1
. | gave birth to a three-legged ewe|they emerged from the Colonial For Murder
OF CURRENCY RACKET HONG KONG, June 16. | kid last Thursday at Green Park | Office conference room this after- 3 = :
: Salvage craft were ordered to-| Lane. The kid, which is one of/"00n. But after exchanging a Tew _PORT-OF-SPAIN, June 1¢

5 ¥ nig to rush the sannance of| two, is quite normal apart from| words with them. 1 was, able to] “Keep your, hed on git! John
y pape the British ship “Anhui (3,494) its missing leg- and what seems | oe ne op mals c note be- | Mahammed. o ebe tolc a wife
London ews rs tons) mined to-day off the South} to be an extra pair of ears Dee Say ra Lely i aig cod roo J ve i a See eee

: “hing y y wi 700} sless, this »s not he er the} ve: é ie hote 1| Johnny Simon were sentenc
LONDON, June 16, mires a = ore wane a for a eertas it Cd seen| tonight, Gomes said: “As I have] ceath in the San Fernando Assize
THE LONDON NEWSPAPERS today published —| pry reports said the British| skipping and jumping around the | already said, we are continuing|Court on Thursday. They were
prominently—reports suggesting that sabotage caused they jreighter “Hanyang” (2,876 tons)| yard. lieayve, whieh ta a good. cue, must] fina atec cea re Sab emeee et
Sas. ee rene ies. the) was Ore aes fe el -_ aisa. ste ge ear ‘hat| rea; its just pew ard.” af Mount Stewart, Pr ‘noens Town

j ; Hy ; ‘ as 5 ai ¢ age ery 2ased and is co ) é . ® ‘ ve | : u > 55 4
Persian Gulf. The Liberal News Chronicle saic_: ‘Money| Passengers but details See it will live. She said that people| Asked when the delegation} While the jury took 20 minutes
Wyermee Pianes They “Had at i> Racer The “Anhul”, bours| came up to 11 p.m. on the day of ‘Would be returning’to the West|to reach a verdict, Mahammed

* 3 ately nown, e ’ my oe

Smugglers Feared Men in
Facts On Huge Racket.”



for Swatow from Singapore via| its birth to catch a glimpse of it

A report from the newspaper’s Hong Kong, was crossing the Bar| The kid is

lively and is getting on |



Spartan and Everton meet this

cannot rule out the possibilities of
afternoon at Kensingion in the

sabotage.” The official said «jf Hong Kong,



5 skout Com- ; Dae

petition” Ren saboteur could have used an cid Reuter
Spartan who were last year's or corrosive liquid to damage the
Knockout. champions took the wires without the most observant

Harriman Gets

trophy for this competition from

" . e.
Everton who won it in 1948 Tue corr

mechanic noticing it,







It will be interesting to see thts spondent suggested that if sabo-~
afternoon whether Spartan will ‘tage were aimed at French officials A New Job
retain their hold on the champion- in Indo-China on their way (o
ship of the Knockout competition . ‘ a 13%: y ay
or Whether Everton will regain jhe France for a conference on June WASHINGTON, ae 16 ;
possession of it, which they lost 25, the saboteurs would have to President Truman today ap-}
to_Spartan: last year ; be sought in the ranks of the| pointed Mr. Averell Harriman
opr ion «ties, Tele a Pann Indo-Chinese Communists. to his new duties as special as-
team, the winners of this season's : the” ‘Giesident His
B.A.F.A. championship to a draw : sistant to 1€ r nt. Hi
this season, and this will be their But the victims, he said, includ-| duties will be to help the Presi-
‘hid, sneounter. A win either way ed two men who may have been] dent to carry out the nation’s!
eee ete, the argument with | |menaced by a very different group| broad international responsibili-
regard to the relative strength of f i
these two teams in Indo-China—one concerned in| ties.
an amazing currency racket said Mr. Harriman is at present
TABLE TENNIS jto involve sums amounting ‘o| United States special representa-
The following are the matches 1 £35 000,000. tive im Europe-for the Economt
to be played to-night in the ’ ? - is-| ; - ra ore
“Handicap” Competition and In- An Air France spokesman dis-| Cooperation Administration with
ter-Club K.O. at 6.30 p.m missed as “pure fantasy” the| the rank of Ambassador
ets Phin London press report that the two To succeed him in that post
Shields Sy: Higa , | lair disasters were the result of|the President nominated Mr
Worrell vs. Stoute | sabotage to prevent exposure of| Milton Katz of Massachusett
Harding vs. Greenidge a currency smuggling racket. | Mr. Harriman’s assistant in
The independent Leftwing| Europe.
newspaper pre cure aaa Mr. Katz, wil] have the rank
correspondent, Francois Jean Ar-| of Ambassador. —Reuter
WL Get £3,391 morin, was killed in me ~— Sky- omnes
master when ‘returning from a}
Fro Ti t M t h reporting tour in Indo-China,, POLICE GET RADIO CARS
rom 1£e8 ate

published a letter from Armorin!
stating that he had been threat-|
ened with death by a man named |

(Barbados Advocate Corresponds
KINGSTON



MANCHESTER, June 16



tow is about 150 miles north east|



w—,|Paris correspondent started by| : .| fine

asking “Have 83 men, women-and Loupved here thas the atic wae Iialeeael abel illu
SPORTS GIMIDE ME: SEBS ete, Fo Marat SAGRtNy badly damaged but still afloat. Dot And Car

RiMMEe feckeeee SE Big Veet She is under command of Cap-! ry
WINDOW He quoted an official of Aiv|‘#in A. Naismith, with Britisi:| COPENHAGEN

France on Bahrein as saying “we| OMficers and Chinese crew. Swa-) a Jersey cow belonging to a
| Danish farmer recently fractured
ja front leg As the cow wa
| valuable for breeding purposes,

ithe vet decided to amputate. , The
janimal has since been provided
|} with a wooden leg and is ap-

parently quite happy



- Two Executed

PRAGUE, June 16

} Ex-Major Jaromir Nechansky
jancd V. Wahl, sentenced to death
| ou April 22 for espionage and high
{treason, were executed today
i Nechansky was a 34—year~—old
| British trained war-time para-

trooper, and Wahl a 28—year-old
student who.was a resistance
sader the war

luring

|
|
j
|
|
j
i

| INS. A

NEW YORK, June 16
i Today the revolt in Peru “calls
Jatteniion again to the unhappy,
jexplosive ferment that lies just

| behind the surface in many Latin-

|American countries,” the New

York Times editorial
te

aa in an

Five police radio cars have ar-} today



The official receipts for tt '}Franquini. Franquini, he stated,| rived in Jamaica and are now| A ily Communists are
First Test Match at Old Trafford.| owned the Continental “Cafe in| being used in the training of per- | blamed the latest trouble,” it
Manchester, were £13,204 of which | Saigon, and was “the real boss”| sonnel preparatory to being eclared
the West Indies share was £3,391.|of the city. Armorin in his letter! into service in the Corporate Ar It has become fashionable to
A total amount of 48,45) paid for|stated that Franquini and two The Jamaica Police intend llabel all opposition in Latin-
admission as following First|other men, one called Andreani,| utilise these cars and the radio| A but there is
day—9,498. Second day—10,724.|)ran a chain of gaming houses and | system for the first time to keep|t m in Peru,
Third day—22,759. Fourth day— brothels and paid the Vietnam up-to-the-minute control of police far in order
5,470. @ On Page 3 | patrol work in Greater Kingst aff r



Indies, he replied: “Not until such
time as we get an agreement sat-
isfactory to the people of the West
| Indies.”

| Three Reject
| Red Protest

LONDON, June 16
The British, French and Amer-
ican Governments today rejected
the Soviet Government’s protest
about western policy towards

Trieste, delivered on April 20
In parallel notes presented in
Moseow today, they disclaimed the
Soviet suggestion that Trieste had





been converted into an Anglo-
American naval base. They main-
tained that the western proposal

for returning the free territory
to Italy, made in March 1948 had

been advanced solely on the
ground of the obvious unwork-
ability of the Trieste section of
{the Italian Peace Treaty

Reuter.



EXPLOSIVE FERMENT

MERICA

Since the war, Brazil, Argen
tina, Peru, Venezuela, Panama, E)
Salvador, Bolivia, Paraguay, Chile
and Colombia have all had revolu-
tions or the equivalent

“Military revolts
Juntas are almost al
reactionary and sometimes ist
They are the’ answer — in
the negative to the ferment of
new social consciousness in the
masses, an effort to turn the clock



and
ys







back to the bad old days of the
Caudillos and the Oligriches, or to
prevent the march of time. Peru

an extreme case of that back-
ne Reuter



told friends, “The Bells of St.
Mary’s have rung,” Outside the
court-room as polgce were taking
the two condemned men away,
women relatives kept weeping
end wailing in the presence of a
large crowd,

The trial began on Monday.
After the death sentence was
passed, Maharamed bared his arm
to show the tattoged skull and
cross bone adding “I will die but
my profession will not die, some-
on for me.”

—(C.P.)

body will carry

15 Drowned |
RJAKA, Western India,
June 16,

Fifteen people including a
pumber of girls were drowned off
the Gulf of Cuteh yesterday when
they sailed aboard a local craft
for a pleasure trip in the Arabian
Sea,’ according to reports reach
ing here today

A search party from Bhavangar
left by special train, and elev@n
bodies are reported to have been
traced so far

—Reuter

|What's In A Name?

} ROSARIO, June 16
|



|} Moses Rabinovich’s formal ap-
plication to change his name to
Mario Ranovi is not likely to

prosper because according to the
civil registry here it’s an “honour”
to bear the name of Moses. Un-
like other prophets to whom God
spoke in dreams and visions, he
was his most faithful servant
to whom, He spoke face to face.
| The fact of having this name” the
Assessor of Civil Registry conclud-
ed therefore provide a
r authority to change it.”
—Reuter.



cannot
tive for

\

cancelled

here stated his injuries were not
serious. An electoral party rally
in Minden, however, had to
—Reuter,





be) Erich



itely to have caught both the
Prime Minister and the Foreign
Secretary off balance,

It is not clear yet how much
Mr. Attlee knew beforehand of
the contents of the manifesto. But
it is widely suggested by the
newspapers here that the first he
knew of the statement was from
the papers themselves on Tuesday
morning, and that he is bitterly
angry over the affair,

If this is so, political quarters
are puzzled as to why the Prime
Minister, as a member of Labour's
national executive, did not have at
least a hint of what the policy
statement was going to contain.

Mr. Bevin is not a member of
the National Executive. Work-
ing as he is from a sick bed, the
Foreign Secretary is believed to
be furious about the publication
of the manifesto.

Ever since it was issued un-
favourable reaction has poured in
from abroad, reaching a climax
last night with criticism by Mar-
hall Aid Chief Paul Hoffman.

Mr. Bevin is believed to have
complained to the Prime Minister
that the policy and goodwill he
has built up during past years is
in danger of being greatly dam-
aged. Mr. Bevin has time and
again expressed himself in favour
of close European unity.

The wrath of both the Prime
Minister and the Foreign Secre-
tary is believed to be directed
mainly at . Hugh Dalton,
the Minister of Town and Coun-
try Plannitig, who headed the
Committee which drew up the

“fTabour Party policy statement.

Meanwhile Socialists of 10
nations met in London to-day to
thrash out an agreed policy of
the Schuman Plan for merging
Western Europe's coal and steel
industriés, The secret conference
opened against a background of
bewilderment cnused by the con-
flict between the British Labour
Government official policy and the
Labour Party's manifesto reject-
ing schemes for European unity.
The delegates to-day were wel-
comed by Mr. Hugh Dalton, Min-
ister of Town and Country Plan-

ning and Mr. Morgan~.Philips.
Secretary of the British Labour
Party.

To-day'’s Conference brought

together more than 80 of the top
socialist leaders from all Western
European Nations except Switzer-
land

The three delegates from West-
ern Germnay were led. by Herr
Ollenhaurer, who arrived

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TS Excellency the Governor
accompanied by Capt. W
Lanrbert inspected the cz it
present being held by the Bz
dos. Regiment at their “head-
quéfters at the Drill Hall, yeste:

day“morning at 10 o'clock
Arrived on Wednesday

RRIVING from New York

on Wednesday via Jamaica
by “B.W.1.A. was Mrs Juliette
Thompson, wife of Mr. Leonard E
Thompson, the new additional U.S
Vice Consul who arrived here on
May 22nd.




She was accompanied by thei:
sevénteen-year-old son Jimmy)
who has been at school it
Delaware. He is spending hi

Summer Holidays with his parents
Jimmy will be returning to schoo!
in September and hopes to joi:
the U.S. Foreign Service when h¢
graduates,
The Thompsons are
“Evanton”, Top Rock.
Left Yesterday
ISS MARY DURHAM,
has been spending two and
a half months’ holiday in Barbados
returned to B.G. yesterday by
B.W.LA. via Trinidad, Miss Dur-
ham is on the Telephone Com-

residing at

who

pany’s staff in Georgetown and
she was staying at the “Savoy”,
Bay Street.

Returning to Live

Re PAUL MARTYR, told me

on Thursday shortly before
he left=for Grenada after two
weeks” Doliday in Barbados, that
he will be giving up his job as
Entertainment Manager at the
Santa Maria Hotel and returning
to Barbados in about two weeks
to live. He was staying with Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Charters at “New
Haven,” St. Peter.
Temporarily Supervising

R. CYRIL H. HOBSON retired

Manager of tfie local branch
of Barclays Bank is temporarily
supervising the office of the
Antigua Syndicate Estates during
the absence of Mr. A. Moody
Stuart who has gone to England
to join his family on the occasion
of the marriage of his eldest
daughter Marion.

Intransit
ISS RIDLER, O.B.E., who has

been a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Stewart Perowne in Barbados until
recently has arrived in England.
She will make a short stay there,
before joining the Perowne’s in
Cyrenaica, where Mr. Stewart
Perowne is now Political Adviser
to the Emir. Miss Ridler will not
be a stranger to the Arab world,
as she was formerly engaged on
educational work in Palestine.

Registrar Slips

UGH SPRINGER of Barbados,

the Registrar of the West
Indian University, who is at
present in England, hag had the
bad luck to go into hospital. Run-
ning for a ia London, he*
slipped_and fractured his kneecap
and had to be taken to National
Temperance Hospital. It is under-
stood that he went to England to
recruit staff for the University.

To Join Husband
EAVING for British Guiana
yesterday morning via Trini-

dad by B.W.1.A. was Mrs. Cecil
Jordan. She has gone to join her
husband who has been there for
about two months, having recently
joined.the staff of Messrs. Booker
Bros. in Georgetown. Their two
children Tony and Janice accom-
panied her. Mr. Jordan’s mother
Mrs. Edna Jordan also made the
trip, She will be away for about
two weeks.



Study

NAPIER of Dominica
London last
Cambridge,

ined his uncle's engineer

Paris

M3 HAEL

After

week
Michael
ing firm
in Manchester, but he is now
iking arrangements to study at
he Sorbonne in two
years He has not made up his
what subject to study
yut is thinking of taking either
French, Literature or Philosophy
He will probably go over to Pari
a few weeks before the Autumn
term begins to polish up _ his
French. He is an old Lodge

ihe ‘ests

AnbAWUILAWN-pORN E. L
(“Jimmy”) Cozier and his
wife are now comfortably settled
in the Bayswater Nat in London
whicn they have secured for the
ummer, Jimmy, is in England
to cover the ‘lest matches for
Keulers

It is his first visit to England

ack From U.S. Visit



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mind yet

boy

b

R. AND MRS. ALBERT
HUGHES and their small
daughter returned from the U.S.

on Wednesday evening via Puerto
Rico by B.W.1.A.

They have been in New York
and Massachussetts for over a
month.

Young Reporter
ETURNING to the West Indies
this summer is Mr. Chong
Sing, a young Trinidadian re-
porter who is attending the Colo-
nial Office Course of Journalism

at the London Polytechnic.

He has found the course useful,
but was rather disappointed at
not being given a spell yet on an
English newspaper. He will re-
join the staff of the “Guardian”
on his return to Trinidad.

Mr. Bevin’s Surgeon
R. RODNEY MAINGOT, a
surgeon on the staff of the
Royal Free Hospital is Mr. Ernest
Bevin, the British Foreign Secre-
tary’s Surgeon. Mr. Maingot, aged
56 is Trinidadian born an4 his
reputation is international.

He has lectured at America’s
famous Mayo Clinic, and has pub-
lished numerous writings on
abdominal and gastric surgery.
His wife is an expert photographer
and her pictures illustrate many
of his works.

With Demerara Bauxite
R; AND MRS. JAMES OVER-
TON arrived from British
Guiana on Thursday afternoon by
B.W.1.A, Mr. Overton is with the
Demerara Bauxite Co., at “Ituni”
which is about thirty eight miles
south of McKenzie, and they have
been in B.G. for about two years,
cetgiaelly hailing from Nevada,
The Overtons plan to spend one
week in Barbados at the Hastings
Hotel, before returning to B.G. to

go on a hunting trip in the Hin-
terland.

University Cricketer™ ©
Pp LAYING for Cambridge
against Leicester las: week
was George Griffith of Barbados.
George went ~sp to St. John’s Col-
lege in 194% after winning the
Barbados Scholarship, and last
year he played for the University
in several county matches. Oddly
enough though cricket might be
called the Barbadian’a religion,
no Barbadian has ever been
awarded a Blue in cricket at
either Oxford or Cambridge. It
is hoped that George will be the
first. His father Herman Griffith,
toured both England and Austra-
lia as the fast bowler of the West
Indian team and in Australia he
gained the distinction of bowling
Bradman for a duck!





*

ee

But the prices are hot.
shoulder style worn by Andrea
cost £19 12s. Designer is

On Short Visit
RS. NELLIE ROCK, wife
of the late Garfield Rock, a

Barbadian who was an oculist
in Montserrat, arrived by the
Lady Nelson on Wednesday from

a short visit and
“Allworth”, Cheap-

Montserrat on
is staying at
side,



CROSSWORD



Across
1. He is the one to bring the M.D,

romance. (9) 4
7. A phosphate of lime of grea’
variety of colour. (7)
1l. Dwelling with the side in

middie. (9)
12. Why leave teeny to become
rest.

numerical suffix, (4)
13. Check when train is in
19. End of every horse bridle. (4
2) Seek for the crimina) action in
the parsonage. (5)
23 Aladdin’s lamp had one. (5)
24. In days gone by such a one was

entitled to bear arms, (
25. All that makes a thing whee it

is. (7)
Down
ic red may be biank. (9)
ch a door looks ae ari}
Rod. Dole or ‘Pat ‘i e
dere th ‘auitery on {4)
Help in m
. Is his, woe a, etre wing

i}

)
An athe’ for all. (4)
Natural wear for a wi
Threequarters of 12
How you came across a
cup. (4)
. The fies of
. It's 9 Down i
This way has Roth
the steerage. (4)
Exist. (3)
. Just the one to fold his
and stea! silently away. (6)
20. Leonard's special glass. 44)
22. nar many have no
)

Sree oF Shr

2 nop

Solution of yesterday's pussle.—Acrosst



ae BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER

NE effect of the entry of
radio and film stars into
championship golf is that tedious
descriptions of golf matches are
giving place to tedious descrip-
tions of the antics of the stars.
Whether golf is a duller subject
than the smiles and jests of the
idols I leave to those who care a
straw about either. But I hope
that somebody like Mr. Sinatra
will be invited to play for Lanca-
shire in a cricket match; and uf
Miss Betty Grable could be
brought over to play at Wimble-
don, Mr. Danny Kaye to row at
Henley, and Mr, Humphrey
Bogart to ride at Ascot, the season
would be just dandy.

Tin—and the buffer pool

TEEL having been taken off
the ration, you would natur-

ally expect tinplate to be released
at the same time. But no. And
why? Aha. Because of the utter

failure of attempts to establish a
Production governs
Without

buffer pool.

the situation. produc-

tion there can be no distribution,
and the present price mechanism
a@ necessary accompaniment to
the manipulation of the exchange
rates, forces down the price and
prevents stabilisation, and so
hinders the allocation of reserves.
A team of tin experts recently
undertook a journey to Afghani-
stan. The report published on
their return emphasises the fact
that it is shortage of tinplate
which is keeping it on the ration.
This is only part of the truth.
the real trouble is the lack of a
buffer pool of some sort,

Modern Methods of

Education

A’ American paper reports the
election of the Most Popu-
lar Professor. When he suspects
that his class is bored to death
with a lecture, he “hurls eggs,
fires a pistol, or pulls white mice
out of an empty hat.” That
secures the attention of the most
disgruntled dullard. But preven-

Also



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Il’s—l’s_ 4.02
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1, Prologue; 5, Astrology; 6, poseteya:
10. Quote; 12, Mitre: 5, Elate; A
Tantalise; 18, Aster; 19, Gi . Wer;
21, Solo Down: 1, Bar rusts we oman;
5. Glen: 4, Ayahs: clase: ;
3. Eeho. Mi. Pitter: 1S 14, Hy
\* Veto 1
tion is better than cure He
could hold them from the iirst

minute if he entered the lecture
hall on a camel, poured wat
all over his notes and his desk,
set fire to his chair, blew pepp¢
at the students, and had vi
bagpiper in a backless macintosh
to play an accompaniment to his
lecture,





“We are just friends”

VERY morning and every

evening, with sickening regu-
attributed

larity, these words are
to some girl who has danced wi
a man, or divorced him, or rut

him up on the telephone, or beea

seen talking to him somewhere
I think that the people who g=t
daily publicity are beginning to
mutter these words in their
sleep. The other day a man and
his wife were dancing togethe:
A stranger approached them, but
before he could speak, or photo-

graph them, they said together,
with a_ smile, “We are just
friends.”

Children’s

SHOES

WHITE BUCK 1 Bar 3’s—6’s $2. in!

7’s—10
1V’s—l’s 3.5



TAN & WHITE SANDALS

dancer





BARBADOS

Here are three jumpers from a Hollywood

cost £46 8s. 6d. Ida
Susie Dannenbury. —L.E.S
+

King, left,

Speedy Recovery

R. PERCY VINCENT was an

arrival from Trinidad by
B.W.1LA. on Thursday “Tootie”’,
as he is familiarly known by his
triends, was the Accountant in the
Trinidad Office of the Royal
Netherlands Steamship Co., for
many years, and is now retired.
He is a patient at Dr. H. H. Bay-
ley’s Clinic and Varib wishes him
1 speedy recovery.

Off to the U.S.A.

R. LISLE MORRIS of Bos-

cobelle, St. Andrew, left
Barbados on Thursday morning

by B.W.1LA. for the U.S.A. via
Puerto Rico. There, he will be
staying with his sister Mrs. V

Edwards in Brooklyn.

BAR
Members,

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Returning to the
Leewards

ONOURABLE SYDNEY .
CHRISTIAN and Mrs, Chr
tian of Antigua had a party -
one hundred and twenty guests
on June 9th at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peters On
this occasion they celebrated the
graduation in dentistry of Mr
Reginald Sydney (Christian at
Howard University. The young
dentist is the son of Mrs. Vera
Christian. He was recently mar-
ried to Miss Fay Lee of Houston,
Texas, who has a diploma in
dental hygiene. Dr. Christian
expects to return to practise in

the Leeward Islands.

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he treated the doll very firmly. the snow, and Miranda, against her

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SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 195
mé AY, JUNE 17, 1956 7 : .
mage BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE
Oe aasiea
} “er
J i =
amaica Plans geners units at the
. e-time U.S ary Base at r Y ,
zs i OA2UINe YOURE AWFULLY € } ffi 1 d- HT
Mle ete Pe, amie, ic rO-NIG
a o A a ne peer eve
i y rom the United Kingdom that
Unemployment the iat ish Government will pay
nt Counterpart Fund, the iD hy
espondent) ter quivalent of the ECA aid DINE AND DANCE
KINGSTON 62,5
Study of the unemployment mou ; ‘© £ eae for the
situation in Jamaica is naw 7 purchase 0 ve power plant
; Jamaice pro-|
ducing plans for its alleviation As a result of this generous AT
from the Select Committee of all sistane? of both tl.- ECA author-
members of the House of Repre- iti¢ and the United Kingdom ™ T ‘ t
sentatives which has been sittins Government the Jamaica Govern- Cl l B MOR(¢ AN
for the past four weeks el - hent has thus been able to secure au ‘ Bl L
y >|
finance these plans the Committee | f a gir MireO valuable plant free of capital vita peT ] " ‘_ i" Psu
' i 1 ‘ A SIX TO One 0 | , iy! }
Sane esate im Si een 7 THE WEST INDIES MOST POPULAR NIGHT CLUB.
Jamaica Government: } rc: ~
sw 7 Tc O6UCTDPAL
1) i die oe Kingswood Films DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS
ning of negotiations | , | ?
with the United Kingda or Sees from ao wan Bere - Served throughout the Night
oe : ae ae teers use or irrigation developmen ; :
ernment for a $10,000,000 fifty- ak i. a , ae Dial 4000 for Reservauons
year loan at 1 per cent : the mid-section of the island
1 : E : and to supply current for Kings-
(2) Active support of the James Ae me C h C 1 : ’ el
9,7, octive Mippiet Sf the Sames Attlee And Bevin Opy The | overnor | amaiea wood” Films “operations at their
cies Kingdom Government for Are Angry ‘6 oe | Proposer ernam Field studios
the release of $15,000,000 blocked r Val : Sh t C ns B P W Under Marshall Aid arrange-
sterling for re-investment in From Pa i oO oO | e ures uys O er ments, when a “dollar contribu-
tourist development projects in} late and mad been deta ed in th ree aie “KINGSTO itt oe be deeabed i ala mo
the island orracs ! ayer e NGSTON, | t “J Pl t tory is required to place an
se ae caer aan os ia as Pros aking at the close of the on 1 1ons | an equivalent amount in its “OW * cur-
(3) The imposition of additional | p - eS se to the -Jamaica Tennis Tournament i ney hat is called a C >
taxation in ‘the higher “0 me Belgium Government confirmed] last Saturday. His Excellency the | IN JAMAICA (From Our Own Correspondent) ed va en : ‘ yo 2 ‘the
5 ) “re ic : : . “ ar > apcee
brackets for the production of he sip seqay that _ Belgium has} Governor of Jamaica, Sir John! From Our Own Correspor KINGSTON deve lopment If the Sritish G ae
$5,000,000 extra revenue each year de finitely rejected” the plan for] Huggins, G.C.M.G., made refer- KING STON | en min fy had > Hid -
a European payment agreement} ence to the British West Indies; His Excellency Si Jot ernment had not provided this
iii 9 eb ae mit forward | t ava e: y aneG . t oha Following the announcement money for the Counterpart Fund,
one nonies would be used to] P! ars arc dy ve Secretary-] tennis tournament played ir. ; Huggins, G.C.M.G., Governor of | that U.S. Marshall Aid Funds io Jamaiea would have been obliged
ack (1) the establishment of an General of the Organisation of] Jamaica last year Jamaica, recently broadcast aj; the amount of $175,000 (U.S ) do so itself, although the dollar
Agi icultural Development Corpor- European Economic Co-operation. At that time, he said, he had} message over the local rao in| had been made available to value of the installation would
ation, (2) the prosecution of re- The draft plan, which is now] been impressed with the drop/cennection with the campaign | Jamaica for purchase of two high- be a gift
habilitation works in Western |under consideration by the O.E.C.] shots from the back of the court] launched at the beginning of the
Kingston designed to expand the |Executive Committee who met on] of “a little Chinese player from month by the Jamaica Christian |
city westwards over a wide area|™inisterial level in Paris today, Trinidad, named Mr, Jin Ho”.}Council under the slogan “Win |
which would practically double |!! accepted would mean Belgium’s| He had then expressed the hope | Jamaica for Chitist”. |
its size. and (3) to finance swamp |€Cenomic strangulation and ruin’ that locul players would copy this The Governor referred to |
reclamation and anti-soil erosion|the same circles added shot and he was ey to see] present conditions in Jamaica |
measures throughout the island Belgium's complaint is that] any of these “t shots that] “when truth is being smothered
At the same time the Govern-|Under the scheme her role as a afternoon, not only from Mr | under a blanket of misrepresen
ment is being ursed to embark} “Money lender—or panker to other Ronald Sturdy in the men’s final | tation” and expressed his approvai @A sore throat may be a warning that a cold’s
upon a 500.000 programme of} Marshall Plan nations would be but from Mrs, Cover Ramsay in]of the campaign. . heed it! G . nena
relief w arcs for the immediate re- {eXtended far beyond the country’s the women’s final. It was a very “Everyone with any responsi- Sea Senne arene Ore a ee
lief of unemployment in the main} â„¢aterial means, wherea she good shot, rs said, and de ot for the welfare of the people very first siga of throat irritation may localize
towns of the island would be denied the minimum| felt certain they would develop of Jamaica must be seriously > infecti ij
: ie aaa. nid it more and more, concerned at prevailing condi- | ye the infection and help prevent it from spread-
state Bank ee Modification Results of the tournament were: | tions,” Sir John said. | ’ . ing. Listerine reaches way back on your throat
Â¥ = a p ae *, , She - t i i J
Ariat a + Weom “Washiawen! cuter - yar Ron Sturdy won the men’s s singles Lew Standards | surface, kills millions of germs—yet is abso-
shi s PARE OF rts that Mr. Paul Hoff: h championship from Willie Coke, He went on to mention in this ; | , i
aan measures now being he 7 bat re Fra , mt an t ¥ Mrs. Ivy Cover Ramsay retained jconnection the prevailing “low” | | lutely safe. So, the minute you feel a cold starting
stuaied, but not yet acce rite ates Marshé m Ad- . ‘ s che ion- | etandnr, > ie as 3 in vour rargie ‘ =!
the establishment ot Ed | minis strator, today modified his a, as risinat ‘nn 3 Pres n-/ standards of pyblic and private | an throat, gargle Listerine. It may save
ot a State Bank etstcat\ “atntien a t ship agains rs. I aczu~ | life, the prevalence of thefts and | h misery and
to control economic disbursements ie athe ement yesterday} kowski; Donald Leahond and Ron | crimes of all types, wrong rela- | vou such misery and expenses j
in the island and to channe) avail- 1 Pa ee he _ British Labour} Sturdy won the men’s doubles] tionships, industrial strife, the . ¢ |
able liquid cash resources into! as ty executive's statement on) championship from H. C. Nunes/use of force and intimidation Li & T ERI N E f Le’ |
developmental avenues within the aargpes an unity as deplorable] and E. C. Aris; Mrs. Ivy Cover | instead of reason, the lack of iad |
island. A draft bill based on the | **° ationism Ramsay and Miss Mary Davidson public spirit, the ‘difference to “i
New Zeafand model is now being | Talking informally to news-/ retained the Women's Doubles|the poverty and misery of so
circulated among members of the | Papermen at the White House, Mr.} championship against + Lady|many, the political violence and,
Finance | Hoffman said that when he spoke] Huggins and Mrs. Praczukowski: he feared,

Committée of
and will be discussed at
to be held next week

the House
a meeting

Sir Harold Allan, O.B.E..
Minister for Finance and General
Purposes, who is chairman of the
Unemployment Committee, has}
told members that the question of
unemployment is a chronic and
ever-growing menace to the de-
velopment of the island, and can
be related to all the economic and
social features of the country.

Proposal for this bold attack on
the problem came from the Op-
position Leader in the House of
Representatives, Mr. N. W. Man-
ley, K.C., and was accepted by the
Hon. W. A. Bustamante, Majority
Party Leader. Sir Harold Allan,
the sole Independent member of
the Government, was appointed
Chairman and since then both
parties have been co-operating
and have been receiving the sun-
port of leading businessmen and
business organisations with practi-
cal suggestions for a successful at-
tack on the problem.



Memorial Tablet For
Archbishop Hardie

(From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON.

The Jamaica Diocesan Council
has decided to erect a mural tablet
in the Cathedral of St. Jago de ta
Vega, Spanish Town, in memory
of the late Most Rev. Dr. W. G.
Hardie, M.A., Bishop of Jamaica
and Anglican Archbishop of the
West Indies,

The tablet will bear the Arms
of the Archbishop and a suitable
inscription in tribute to his life
and work.

} statement



yesterday before a
gressional Committee he had only
read newspaper accounts of the
Since then he had
read the whole report.

He said “it is a perfect diplo-
matic statement. I could pull any
number of sentences out of con-
text and prove to you that the
statement was deplorable isola-
tionism. I could also pull a num-
ber of sentences out of it which
would prove that the Labour
Party favoured European unity
fully and was ready to jump into
the European payments union and

joint Con-

the pooling arrangements to-
morrow.”

Mr. Dean Acheson said in
Washington to-day that he re-
garded the recent statement on
European unity by the British
Labour Party’s Executive as a

“party” pamphlet and he would
not comment on it. Mr, Acheson
at his weekly press conference
took the unusual course of read-
ing to the newspapermen a ver-
batim report of the questions put
to the British Prime Minister
Attlee by Opposition Leader
Winston Churchill, in the House
of Commons on the pamphlet. He
said Mr, Attlee had made it clear
that the pamphlet was a Party
pamphlet and was a statement of
Government Policy.
—Reuter.

Peter’s Tooth

BRIGHTON, England.

The race was ready to start at
Brighton track when the Duke ef
Norfolk’s horse, St. Peter, got
balky.

A track employee
the horse’s mouth, and yanked
out a loose tooth t. Peter went
on to win the race.—INS.



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H. C. Nunes and Mrs. M. B.
Praczukowski won the Mixed
Doubles Championship from E. C.
Aris and Miss Marjorie Aris.

Man Charged
With Murder

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

ST. KITTS.
Victim of a stabbing incident, 18-
year-old Arthur Glasford of Basse-
terre was found wounded southeast
of the Divisional Police Headquan-
ters in Cayon Street at about 8.16
p.m. on Sunday. He was sent to

Cunningham Hospital in the am
bulance and on his way there he
died. The C.1.D, made inquiries
and Soon after one George Grey
of Basseterre was detained for
questioning in connection with the
crime. On Monday 12, Grey was
arrested and charged with the’
murder of Glasford.

Two Planes Crash

To Prevent Exposure
for “protection”. “He threatened
to down me if I spoke about it”,
Armorin wrote. He added that
he had been attacked in Fran-
quini’s cafe and was now being
protected by the French Ford gn
Legion.

Frane-Tireur said the first Sky-
master which crashed was also
bringing to France Inspector
Rivet with a full report on the
smuggling between France and
Indo-China of dollars, exchanged
on the black market in Saigon
for piastres. This “racket” was
mentioned during the current in-
quiry into the “Affair of the Gen-
erals”—an investigation which al-
leged leakage of information and
corruption in the handling of the
repression of the Vietnam upris-
ing in Indo-China. —Reuter.









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the growing tendency
to rely upon irresponsible and
inaccurate statements to incite the
pe ople for political or other aims
“These unhealthy conditions’,

Sir John said, “caiunot be cured
by legislation. What we need in
Jamaica is a different spirit.”

No Pay Rise For
French Civil Servants

PARIS, June 15.
The Government today success-
fully warded off a threat to its
existence when it turned the scales
on the Socialists in the debate on
a Bill to increase Civil Servants
salaries. Dumfounded French
Seputies heard Minister of State
Pierre Henri Teigen say that the
country’s 1,200,000 Civil Servants
not only already enjoyed “virtual
immunity from taxation” but that
the Socialists now wanted the
Government to increase cash pay-
ments to Civil Servants every time
income tax rates were reduced.

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Saturday, June 17, 1950

RATS

revival of









THE the rat extermination
campaign by the Agricultural Society and
the Department of Science and Agriculture
deserves the greatest public support and
co-operation. The extent of the destruc
tion caused is not generally known but the
figures run into thousands of dollars. In
addition to this the spread of disease can-
not be measured in terms of money.

At a time when food and other essentials
are in short supply, when shipping possi-
bilities are limited and when the cost of
such goods as can be obtained is extremely
high, the loss caused by rats is beyond the
island’s capacity of endurance.

It is not merely the amount of food con-
sumed by these rodents which is lost; the
amount which must be discarded as a result
of their interference is even greater. In
the warehouses rats not only gnaw their
way into the packages and bags but walk
over much of the remainder left in them.
Because of their habits of living in cess pits
and other insanitary places and the meth-
ods of feeding they become potential car-
riers of disease. The food on which they
walk is not then fit for human consumption.

In shops and groceries where they live
they are a constant source of danger. Here
they also walk over and eat food and in
nearly every instance leave traces of their
nightly visits on goods including articles of
food.

In private residences they destroy food,
clothing, poultry and destroy property by
gnawing their way into cupboards and
through the wooden portions of houses.
They interfere with prepared meals and
bring the possibility of typhoid fever closer
than is comfortable.

In the fields they destroy tons of cane
every year; and when the reaping season is
at hand thousands of canes gnawed off can
be seen in the fields. They also breed quick-
ly and in the canes where they are little
disturbed, they raise large families. It is at
the end of the reaping season, such as this
time of the year that they leave the fields
and thousands of them survive to return
to residential areas.

The campaign against rats and mice has
never been extensive because the average
householder does not seem to be fully
awafe of thé‘intménse'dahgers to which a
family might be exposed as a result of the
presence of rats in that house. Cases of
fever, and cholera have been traced to the
presence of rats and it is futile for the Gov-
ernment to spend thousands of dollars on
sanitary administration and the prepara-
tion of bait for the destruction of rats if the
householder is not prepared to co-operate.

A notice appearing in the Press this week
notifies the general public of the sale of
bait in Queen’s Park two for one cent. It
is necessary to point out that rats are sus-
picious and have been known to refuse to
be tempted by bait except under skilful
handling. This makes it imperative that
the householder exercise the greatest care
in “setting” the bait. In some instances it-
is the only means of destroying rats which
ignore traps after living in houses where
they are constantly set. The answer is the
removal of all refuse and bits of food so
that the last resort of the hungry rat is
the bait which has been set for his destruc-
tion.

Lack of foresight of the prevalence of
mosquitoes in this island led to the epi-
demic of malaria in 1927. A similar attitude
adopted towards the rat extermination
campaign in Barbados might result in the
misfortune of having to endure an epidemic
fraught with grave consequences. Rats
must go.

OUR READERS SAY:





To The Editor, The Advocate—





SOME ears ago I was

board a steamer bound across
he Pacific to Japan and China
Among the passengers were a

number of Missionaries on their

way to their various fields of
labour. The first Sunday out was
rough and disagreeable and there
was but a poor congregation at
the short service at which

prayers were read by the Purser
ut by the end of the week th«
ionaries had gained their sea
legs and their thoughts began to
turn to the Sunday service. As
it happened, they were not all of
one denomination There was a
Bishop of the Church of England
and his Chaplain, a Presbyterian,



a couple of Methodists, and a
Baptist

It all came about through an
indiscreet remark of the Bishop's
Chaplain, who was heard to re-
mark to one of the ladies that

“His Lordship” would be preach-
ing at the service on Sunday.
This calm assumption annoyed
the other Divines, but as the
steamer was flying the British
flag, the Bishop, no doubt, re-
garded the domain as his. The
others talked and argued among
themselves but could reach no
agreement as to which should
have the privilege of conducting
service, and in the end they de-
cided to lay the matter before
that supreme authority, the Cap-

tain. As it happened, he was a
sea dog of the old style, rougn
and ready, more at home on the

bridge than in a drawing room
Moreover, he had, at best, but
little use for Missionaries, and
leaned strongly to the opinion
that there is no Sunday on blue
water. The Captain met the Cler-
gymen on deck and listened to
the recital of their difficulty.
Then came the pronouncement:
“There is no Sunday this week.
Tomorrow will be Monday. We
cross the 180th Meridian tonight”.
And Monday it was.

Thus the Captain exercised his
autocratic power in the interests
of diplomacy. He was under no
compulsion to drop the Sunday,
the very day on which he crossed
the Meridian. For all practical
purposes, he could have dropped
any one of the days on the pas-
sage between the Meridian and
1 Japan. All that mattered was
that he make his dates and days
correspond with those of the first
land to which he came. If a ship
came to the Meridian on Christ-
mas Day no Captain would think
of discarding that day or a Naw
Year’s Day, or a national holiday,
such as the Fourth of July. Con-
versely, no Captain would think
of doubling any such day, nor
would any Captain be likely to
double the Sunday, as that would
mean that no work would be done

by the crew beyond what
was necessary for the safe
working of the ship. In my

diary — I kept one in those
early days—I made the following
entry, and in doing so I felt like
a circumnavigator, “September 11.
| This day had no existence for me
as We crossed the Meridian 180
at 10,30 last night.” I must have
| read that in a book, and quoted
| it unconsciously.

In my life I have an extra day
| which is found in no calendar
because I have crossed the 180th
Meridian one more time to the
eastward then to the westward.
This day appears in no pay roll.
Still, I was paid for it because
it is made from half hours and
odd minutes filched, as it were,
from the passing days on a voy-
age around the world which were
finally gathered together into a
whole day and sandwiched in
between two ordinary days when



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HOLLYWOOD.
Down in Kingston, Jamaica,
; this week the former United
| States Army Air Force base will
be renamed “KINGSWOOD
FILMS CITY” and therein lies
Hollywood's newest wrinkle in
movie production.

The $21,000,000 establishment,
which includes more than 700
acres of facilities and scenery
second to none, is now under the
exclusive franchise of three Am-
ericans for the next 15 years.

The trio—comprised of former
Chicago Attorney Robert Cum-
ming, Jack Berman and Dave
Gaiber — has converted hangers
into sound stages and former offi-

cers’ quarters into comfortably
furnished homes for Hollywood
stars and technicians who will

make pictures in Jamaica.

The cozy threesome was grant-
ed exclusive rights to produce
and encourage picture making on
the story book island by special



‘BEGIN



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

WHERE THE DAY

By J. E. MACRAE

we crossed the Meridian. We
called that day “Antipodes Day,”
which is surely better than

repeating the name of the day pre-
ceding. On that day 1 had my
ordinary three meals, so I am at
least that much ahead of Father
Time

A short time ago there appeared
in the newspapers a paragraph
telling about the Captain of a
steamship who had just completed
his twenty-fifth consecutive voy-
age around the world to the
westward. An examination of
that Captain’s log book would
show that on each of his voyages
he dropped a day on the Meri-
dian. Yet there would be no
similar entry on the pay roll dock-
ing the crew for the day dropped,
because the day was made up
trom the extra minutes added to
each day as the steamer ploughed
her way towards tne setting sun.
Every day 4... ...i westing
would be more than twenty-four
hours long, thus we are only
giving back what we have bor-
rowed by adding so many minutes
each day as we set our watches
back and so add to the length of
every day we steam towards the
sunset.

In the days when I was crossing
the Pacific it was the custom for
the second mate to change the
clock in his watch between mid-
night and four in the morning.
On the eastward passage the
advantage was his, for then he
set the clock forward about forty-
five mimites every night and
shortened bis dreary watch by
that much. {t was another story
going west, then he had to set the
clock back the same number of
minutes and so lengthened the
time he had to pace the bridge.
Many a time a second mate pro-
pounded some ingenious scheme
for passing some of his extra
time on to the next watch, but

such suggestions always fell on
deaf ears.
This tampering with time is

familiar to us now, but no longer
ago than Jules Verne’s “Around
the World in Eighty Days’, say
1470, the idea was as remote as
his submarine, flying machine and
roison gas stories. It will be
remembered that he made the
success of the adventure turn on
the doubling of the day at the
Meridian. His hero went around
the world to the eastward and
when he arrived at his destina—
tion he was apparently a day late
and thought he had failed to make
his time. However, when he got
a newspaper he found that he
was a day earlier than he had
supposed and that he had counted
the day doubled on the Meridian
as if it had been a day on the
calendar. When he had made the
uecessary correction he had used
only eighty days after all

It was with the invention of
the chronometer, toward the end
of the eighteenth century, that
exact computation of time at sea
first became possible. With Sir
Francis Drake, who sailed around
the world in the reign of Queen
Elizabeth, the art of navigation
was largely a matter of rule of
thumb. No one had then dropped
a day on the 180th Meridian and
most likely that Meridian meant
no more than any other. Prob-
ably Drake did reckon his longi-
tude from Greenwich, for that
was his port of departure and
the end of his voyage. What did
he think when he found on his
return that he was a day behind
in his dates? The probability -is
that his log book was irregularly
kept and if he thought anything
about the odd day at all, he very

laws enacted by the Jamaica
Government, The island, includ-
ing its labour fraction, pledged
100 per cen: co-operation with
the film company.

Tee-off production to be film-

ed by Kingswood Films is “SUN-
KEN TREASURE,” an_ under-
water thriller starring Robert

Preston and dealing with a miss-

ing submarine filled with Adolf
Hitler’s loot.

The picture will be shot in
colour and the island's unique
scenery and landmarks, which
hark back to buccaneer days,

will be fully exploited,

Berman, treasurer of the com-
pany and Hollywood representa-
tive of Kingswood Films, said
that the company has been ap-
proached by many independent
producers with the view of film-
ing adventure classics in the
Caribbean,

Hollywood producers, beset by
mounting costs and labor head-

S

likely attributed the circumstarice
to an error in dates in his log
book. With the knowledge at his
disposal, it would be too much to
expect o difference of a day to be
noticed when it was spread over
a voyage lasting four years

Most of the civilised nations
have agreed, as a matter of inter-
national convenience, to base
ther time on Greenwich mean
time, and as fifteen degrees of
longitude is equal .to an hour,
national time is reckoned from a
degree of longitude which is a
multipie of 15 Thus Japan
counts her time from the longi-
tude of 145 east which gives her
nine hours east, therefore neare:
the rising sun and so ahead of
Greenwich. San Francisco and
the Pacific coast generally, takes
its time from 120 West which
makes it eight hours later in get-
ting the morning sun than Green-
wich, so it is eight hours behind
Greenwich. When I lived in
Tacoma, Washington, my business
was the operation of a Trans-
pacific line of steamers. Cable-
grams were constantly being sent
and received and it was a common
occurrance for us to receive a
cablegram when the office opened
in the morning advising the
departure of a steamer from
Yokohama on the evening of
that same*day. Apparantly, we
had advice of her sailing before
she had sailed, but of course that
was only because Japan time is
seventeen hours fast from the
Pacific coast.

The 180th Meridian is some-
times called the international
date line for it is there that the
day begins. The agreed date line
jogs a little over into west longi-
tude so as te include the whole
of the Fiji group of islands within
the time zone of the eastern
hemisphere. Fiji is the first land
on which the sun shines and as
it takes its time from the 180th
it is twelve hours fast of Green-
wich. When it is high noon in
Fiji the day is beginning in Lon-
don, for it is just past midnight
there. When Big Ben at West-
minster strikes the hour of
twelve noon, then the day is done
in Fiji and a new one is about
to begin. Samoa is only a few
hundred miles from Fiji but it is
on the other side of the Meridian
in west longitude, so the time on
the clocks there is twelve hours
behind London and twenty-four
behind Fiji.





Not only does the day begin in
Fiji but the year as well. The
bells ring the New Year in twelve
hours before they ring in Lon-
don; the folk in Fiji sit down to
their New Year’s dinner about
the same time we, in New York,
look at our watches and listen
for the clock to strike twelve
before we wish each other “A
Happy New Year.” It would be
possible for any of us to stand
somewhere on the 180th Meridian
any time on New Year's Day and
by taking a step backwards into
west longitude we would also
step back into the previous year,

it is a bit puzzling until one
gets accustomed to it and most
of us don’t unless we go out
across the Pacific. It reminds me
of the Limerick some witty fel-
low wrote after he had been
reading about the Einstein theory
of relativity.

There was a young woman
named Dwight

Whose speed was much greater
than light

She eloped one fine day
“in” refative way,

And came back on the previous
night.

“ SHOOTING” JAMAICA

By JAMES PADGITT

aches, rejoiced when they learn-

ed that ia Jamaica they could
shoot pictures tax free, employ
extras at less than half the

Hollywood price and bring the
whole film in for much less than
what the picture would cost in
Hollywood

Besides all that they could use
blocked British pounds and not
be bound to use British actors

and British technicians, as is the
case in England.

_ Berman said that the island is
ideal for any type production.
Jamaica sports every type of
scenery, except alpine. They can
shoot horse operas, jungle pic-
tures and desert sagas, The rate
of exchange is so favourable that
a man can live like a king for a
week for the price of a dinner at
Romanoff's in Hollywood, the
executive added.

Cumming, the Chicago lawyer
and president of the company,

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Steel Shed Protest

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Queen Mary’s
Rug

By INEZ ROBB.

NEW YORK.

It took the curator of an American art insti-
tute to discover that Queen Mary's needle-
point rug is patterned after seventeenth cen-|
tury French prints instead of eighteenth cen-
tury English designs.

“Her Majesty and all of us connected with
the rug thought its needlepoint designs were
patterned after English floral arrangements
of the eighteenth century,” said Patricia

Hardie, the exhausted rons Britisher who |!

has just accompanied the Queen’s rug on a
fast coast-to-coast tour of the United States
and Canada.

“But,” she continued, “when the rug was
being shown at the Minneapolis Art Insti-
tute, some nice young curator looked at it
carefully and then produced a number of
seventeenth cerftury French prints which
were almost identical and surely the fore-run-
ners of the English eighteenth century floral
arrangements.’

Furthermore,.said Miss Hardie, who sails
for England this week, not all American and
Canadian children are nurtured on comic
books. She encountered thousands of them

who obviously still read fairy stories in Ahe

classic pattern.

“Ever so many children asked me how
Queen Mary lived and were terribly disap-
ointed that she doesn’t live in a palace,” Miss
ardie disclosed. “And they were even more

disappointed to learn that she doesn’t wear

a crown all day long every day.”
Children in a-democracy expect more of

royalty, Miss Hardie suspects, than do mop-

pets raised in hereditary monarchy.

More than 500,000 persons have seen the
Queen's rug since it started on tour in New
York some two months ago. Her Majesty,
who worked eight years on the rug which is
approximately 7 by 10 feet, hopes to sell it
to the highest bidder in Canadian or Ameri-
can dollars, as her contribution toward Eng-
land's dollar shortage.

When Miss Hardie sails for home after
touring some 15,000 miles with the needle-
point masterpiece, the rug will be stacked
away in the New York vaults of J. P. Mor-
gan and Co., until such time as the sealed bids
are opened in London at the Bank of England.

A report of a bid of $1,250,000 for the
Queen’s handiwork is as grossly eseeeerte
as Mark Twain’s death, Miss Hardie said.
She and Col. Angus McDonald, who have
managed the tour, are certain no such fan-
tastic bid has been offered.

“All bids received are sealed and none will
be opened until at least June 16 in London.
Consequently, none of us has any ideas what
has been bid for the rug, or even how many
bids will be received by that date,” Miss
Hardie said.

However, it is my hunch that at least some
bids will mention plenty of scratch, since the
copyright and reproduction rights go with
the Queen’s rug. Carpet ‘inaeeatens and
a dozen novelty concerns have already asked
permission to copy the pattern in everything
from carpets to neckerchiefs.

But until eventual ownership of the rug is
settled via sealed bids in London, the pur-
chase of reproduction rights must be held in
abeyance. Sealed bids may still be sent to
J. P. Morgan, New York, or the Bank of Eng-
land, London.

Miss Hardie said that scores of women in
every city in which the rug was displayed
asked her where they could get the design
and thus duplicate the Queen’s needle work.

In most American and Canadian cities, the
rug was displayed in the local art museum.
To protect it from any possible damage, the
rug was usually hung on a wall as a tapes-

try, rather than displayed on the floor as a
rug.

The result was that thousands of person
asked Miss Hardie why her Majesty hed
made the top half of the rug up-side-down

But the $64 comment, Miss Hardie said,
came from an old lady who had obviously
never done needlepoint but who viewed the
rug with awe as well as admiration. Finally,
the old lady sighed and said :

difficult
up-side-
And at her age !”

“Dear me, it must have been ver
for her Majesty to do the top halt
down while on a ladder !













SIR,—The Committee of Man-
agement of the Barbados Arts &
Crafts Society has directed me to
request that the following copy
of a letter to the Barbados Gen-
eral Agricultural Society be pub-

lished in your correspondence
eolumn.

Yours faithfully,

M. P. MERRICK

Asst. Hon. Secretary,

Barbados Arts & Crafts Society.
Sir,—This Society raised objec
tions to the erection of a second
steel shed in Queen's Park by thé
Barbados General Agricultuial
Society as soon as this project
was made public, It pointed out
that a second steel shed, to be
used on two days of the year only,
would further destroy the ameni
ties of Queen's Park, and made
an alternative suggestion. The
Barbados General Agricultural
Society has, however, paid no
attention to protests from this and
enother cultural ‘bodies, and the
second steel shed is now in
rocess of erection in Queen’

rk. ;

2. This Society is f
opinion that the damage ‘to
amenities of Queen’s Par!
unwarranted, and that the ju
of the Annual Industrial Exhi
tion could have been brealkfasteu

the

the

elsewhere or in a
Queen’s Park,

3. Iam instru¢ted by the Com-
mittee of Management of this
Society to inform you that as a
result of the action of the Bar-
bados General Agricultural
Society in erecting a second steel
sned contrary to public opinion
end the best interests of Queen's
Park, it has no alternative but to
withdraw its support from the
Annual Industrial Exhibition and
cease its management of the Arts
and Handicrafts Section

marquee in

4. It is the intention of the
Committee to send a copy of this
letter to the press for publication
at the end of a fortnight. There
may in the meantime be some
comment that you would care te
make.

Yours faithfully,
(Sged.) M. P. MERRICK,
Asst. Hon, Secretary,

Barbados Arts & Crafts Society.
The Secretary,

Barbados General Agricultural
Society,
Licas Street, Bridgetown,
St. M. 2
Ist June, 1950

Batting Failure
SIR,—While the England and
West Indies teams were locked

in combat in the first test match
at Old Trafford, I was sitting at
the side of the radio, and with
mild enthusiasm I listened to the
many commentators describing
the game as it went along, so
that when the game had virtually
ended I had already completed a
full analysis of the performance
of the West Indies team with both
bat and ball and I am now asking
that you permit my findings to
be known to all cricket enthusi-
asts wherever they may be.

went for their
took that
bringing his
England
against the M.C
days later and
game that they

that young Bob
cashire, and old

The West Indies have lost the of Middlesex not

first test match and in so doing
they have revealed to us many
points of great interest, for while
the two spin bowlers Alfred
Valentine and Sonny Ramadhin,
making their test debut, have
certainly bowled themselves
straight into the front pages af
Wisdens, the batsmen have given
yet another of those performances
which is certainly: an indication
that they are closely treading in

total disgrace.
While cricket

the world will
with the experts
tne
match
unusual one, for

flight batsmen the time of their
lives, then up to Bradford they

Yorkshire and young Ken Smailes
as an opportunit,
name before

selectors.

easily be described as their worst
batting performance of the tour
so far, for it was on this occasion

M.C.C. to victory, but also bowl-
ed the West Indies batsmen to

in the West Indies but throughout

wicket on which
was played was quite on

England, the utmost consideration

on the other hand the West In-
dies who now pose the strongest
batting combination ever to visit
the shores of England sitnply
faltered and failed, :

As I write “with the West In-
dies team still patrolling the
cricket fields of England in
search of new laurels” I recall
with pride the 1949 New Zealand
tour to England which comes
fresh to my mind, those of you
who found it possible to follow
the game as closely as I did, will
at once remember that although
the tourists did not win a test
match, neither did Englana, so
unique were their performances
in the annals of cricket that the
cricket gods of England were loud
in their praises and assured them
at the end of their tour that when
ine series come to be written
they would go down in history as
the best organized team ever to
set foot on English soil, they had
only three first rate batsmen in
Bert Sutcliffe, Mervin Wallace
and Martin Donnelly, two first

West Indies defeat to the failure
of their batting to play the game
as the situation demanded of
them, and their failure to realize
that if runs cannot be scored at
60 an hour, then 60 a day must
certainly do.

In conclusion I would like to
make it quite clear to my readers
that the match has already been
won and lost and while I view
the team’s future activities with
the greatest optimism these have
been my impressions of the tour!
so far. |

ARCHIBALD PERCH.

match against
of
the
. Their match
.C, came a few
it was in this
gave what can

Berry of Lan-
man Jim Simms

Gal
only bowled the ORS ae

Christ Church. June 14, 1950,
Speightstown

SIR,—Permit me to support “A
Daily Bus User” in the plea for a
half hourly service to Speights-
town at least on the busy days.
On those days there is usually an
intermediate ’bus, but it makes
busy people waste valuable time.
It might leave five minutes after
the hour or twenty-five minutes

lovers not only

certainly agree
on the spot that
the Test

a Test match in

the footsteps of their predecessors ‘must be given to the fact that class bowlers in Jack Cowie, right @fter one cannot be sure of it.

when batting against the spin England without the services of arm medium to fast and Tom I believe the Concessionaires
bowlers on a turning wicket. This two of their greatest batsmen Burtt slow left arm while in their 8" Willing to give the service,
most discreditable performance Cyril Washbrook and Denis captain Walter Hadlee they had C@"not the Transport Board give

against the spin bowlers started
from the opening match of the
tour against Worcestershire when

Roland Jenkins gave our frst

capped with a

Compton, and Len Hutton handi-

right hand, was able to score 600
wuns in their two innings, while

a most capable and astute leader.

Whatever the many opinions
may be in the more authoritative
quarters, I can only attribute the

the authority and thus satisfy a
real need to the relief of a suffer-
ing public?

ANOTHER BUS USER.

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14,1 15 Bags University College | = :
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Of Flour Come “! The West Indies

Admissions, Scholarship
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1950

Barbados’ flour suppl was |
increased by 14,115 bags yesterday |
when the s.s. Mormacrey sailed!
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ARE THINKING OF BUYING A PAIR





This supply of flour has been Carrington, Crk, e ene j OF SHORS
wa Ri MP pine pees | shipped from Vancouver to local C. Pugrim *D. Pilgrim (Sehoi
skirts. Local women between the Ltd, Messrs: Rv M. Jone Co. MEDICINE fe “
ages of 19 and 25, who are inter- td, sts T. Ge 3G b| a at ae
pan ted ag EonDage tna alt ao ; eee gore Sree aR. GUIAN B ieaomtas! kw WHY NOT TRY THE 2
Constabulary, have been invited | Sot ; Lid. Messr: S on Hu p| ing ear. acte: a
to turn up at the Central Statior | os “Messrs K. R. H eg

ai 10. a.m
2r.

“This is a new career for local |
women and one that holds a bright |
future,” Co’onel R. T. Michelin, |

on Wednesday, June |

The women will go through the}

NATURAL SCIENCES: W. Chan
& Son, Messrs K. R. Hunte &! ; , han (Sc

Co., Ltd., and Messrs S. P, Mus-
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here 13,439 bags of pollard trom| ARTS=°R. Gritth cexni»,) WE HAVE RECENTLY RECEIVED A NEW
Hectiitinel ok Ballee. eu’ he Vancouver and two cases of —: L. Alexis, D. Rapier, Ww SHIPMENT INCLUDING
nT tate sal oP a sewing thread from Curacao. JAMAICA “
an interview with the Advocate This ship ~giiicl operates under ARTS : D. Ashmeade, *G. Cien-S
yesterday. . . ele ; Exhib.), *S. Evans-Smith (Exhib.), °\ ry NCys
b Moo . 4 &
H Te chad Lic the Moore McCormack = Line,} Ford (exhib), “F Helton B. Mill
e said that they expect to | makes occasional calls here from| Morris (Schol}, *D. Patters6n i Exhit
start with four Policewomen : j 5 d kK ;

same training as
Policeman.

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a Policewoman are numerous but
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IN PRIME CUT WILLOW CALF (BROWN)
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KACH QUALITY IN 4 DIFFERENT LASTS AND

' N MEDICINE =o NCES: FITTINGS--WITH AND WITHOUT
Ordinary Street Patrolling; Pro-| MRS. SAVAGE presents a prize for medicine to Nurse G. Husbands. The prize was granted by Dr GRA TED TRINIDAD oe / RUBBER HEELS

coseeed commie , Children in| J. E. Donohoe. Nurse Husbands also won the prize for Surgery which was given by Mr A. G gin, Rees the Chist user) ai’ + ema “

Searching women, _ particularly Leacock. Mrs. Savage gave 53 presentations, badges, certificates and prizes to nurses at the | ; A a eee eee NATURAL SCIENCES; J

at the scene of a crime; Inquiries} Nurses’ Home yesterday evening
concerning the welfare of young

women and children, and so on.

modu hrdamace, That eiay|A Piece Of Paper Does Not

started with four but the number
has now increased.

ORK ON THE BAY STREET

BOYS’ CLUB is progressing
rapidly. The building, which
formerly housed the Bay Street
Police Post, is now being reno-
vated and altered. It is expected
that the Club will be officially
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LONDON, June 6
Hurd, who founded
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Sir Perey
the original





sitting of the Court of Ordinary | bib. V. Price (Exhib,)

| granted three petitions for Letters| . MEDICINE
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| The petitions were as follow: Gea oe een e
| Petition of Iris Lamonte Gill of | Natural Sciences
| Haggatt Hall, St. Michael, Widow, | Medicine 1
| to estate of her husband Fitz- * Girls
| Gerald Gill decd.
Mr. C. H. Clarke, K.C., in-

| structed by Hutchinson & Banfield
| Solicitors for the petitioner.

TING
URSULINE CONVENT BUY ‘K’
PRIZE DRAWING

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| Petition of Miriam Adina

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July. qualified in this or that art, His Excellency Mr. A. W. I mentary Committee, died in pon Vasa ere pike bhoten aitGeuisl tate bist 3 a ARRI ON’ BROAD _ ST.
This is the first Barbados Youth| Savage told nurses at the Nurses’ Home yesterday evening| don this week at the age o Oliver Burke late Sergeant of} ° $9.00 M 185] H LOCAL AGENTS
lub ed by the Police after M Ss had 1 : bad ©|In his lifetime he did much iN) Barbados Fire Brigade. deceased.| 1° % 10% K 550]
: ge had presented certificates, badges and] },.140, > | a , BOG) b § J 28
Club sponsor: y e Polic rs. Savag k t tif g Parl: t and in the Press for 8 ceasec $ 5.00 1 284
Force and it is expected that with hizes t ‘ . arhament »a ee Seer Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., in-| 6 $ 3.00 Ol ee
: prizes to some of them. the unity of the British Common-]} .,..,. | oo a4 ' D2 | aparece eterno repartee
the assistance of the public they! Both His Excellency and Dr. O’Mahony stressed that| wealth. | the ‘petite ern we Se ee DS ie : oon
will be able to open many more. : aR cages Von ore 5 m , e petitioner. : R mI
When the olen te tn fail swing,| urses should always have the idea that there was more]. Sir Percy was born in 1864 and| Petition of Harold Vincent] j) $3.00 Suis
boys of that area who formerly to learn in their profession. 2 nie cares = Pag cor ~ Greaves of Church Village, St. Ih. $ 2.00 5 |
had nowhere to spend their leisure} Badges were given to 16 If th aretaitre ioe walk ih theca oe es even! of poles 2. § 2.00 3 387
; rer E oO nurses f they tempered de rith | afterwards took pé at » estate o is wife aj> 2 S 424
hours ae a to ere = who had completed their training true humility, bay “would be bets paign of the Canadian Pacific! [auretta Greaves late of Station] /3 § 2.9 o ut THIS CHAP LOOKS
Cr ateaeore” cer R- r Michelin and had qualified in May 1949; ter prepared to undertake and] Railway to “put Canada on the! Hill, St. Michael deceased, 8 Banket of Groceries ‘ os
La the #Adoduntes cenienn “and February this year; and maintain a successful nursing} British map”, and as a result of] Mr. Db. H. L. Ward instructed| 17. A’ Clock Ve 6a
told the Advocate yesterday. to five junior nurses who had career. these activities was made editor} py D| Lee Sarjeant, Solicitor, for| !8 Dol 1 474 :
Talks will be given each week) passed their preliminary exams He had often felt that the most] of the Canadian Gazette. In 1898] the petitioner F : Bea yale PLEASED W ITH LIFE
to the boys by various people on May last year i , Raasi¢ , P : sstablis 2 look < feo Si 20. A Fountain Pen Vv aie
ae eoeees i in May last year, and eight who difficult part of nursing was that|he established the Outlook a] Phe wills admitted were those $ 1.00 $ 27
subjects of interest, and it is hoped |had passed in February this year. of the association of the nurse and| weekly review which tried to pro-) of = Jonn Archibald Marshall $ 1.00 BY
to open a Canteen, where refresh- Twelve prizes were given by the patient. They were hourly at] mote the type of Empire unity] Prances Irene Barrow and Moses $ 1.00 J aN
ments will be sold at cost price. |various doctors for efficiency in the bedside. The close study of|that Joseph Chamberlain advo-] Altman, late of Christ Church: $ ae _ Ko}
The Commissioner said that the | different branches of nursing and the patient should be of great in-| cated in 1903 and successive years.| Charles Ernest Russell, Irene 4 Valise x 402
organisation needs the support of|the 10 annual awards for the 10 terest and as patients were all, When Sir Percy entered the House] Aibertha Whittaker, late of St.Ji7. A Blanket |... A 622
the public, and subscriptions, no|charge nurses who gave best ser- different, the close association! of Commons in 1918 he paid par~| Michael; Fitz~Herbert Bascombe.| 2°: 2, Pillows ' B43
matter how small, will be received | vice to the hospital during 1948- would all be the more interesting | ticular attention to the causes of} Joseph Wiggins, late of St. George | 3” Gricket ‘aa s bt
at his office. ea. . r because it had so much variety. the Empire i hee amen the si. 5 Bath awels 635
a 4 rize For Male Nurse If they thought of the patient as' West Indies Parliamentary Com- 22. Box of Sweets H 370]
eee begging a Addressing the nurses after the @ Pneumonia case or one of agpen-| mittee. Decree Absolute S Lee ¥e'Sis6 |
Tud he at an t 330 a badges, prizes and certificates had dicitis only, they would not be} = ae e eat L 7 |
_ Th nee ej b ce ae Boe rheeas been distributed, getting anywhere near the sense In the Court for Divorce and] Tos Cloth & 4 serviettes wee
M 179 hagas Pee aoa by Mars His Excellency said that it was of satisfaction which that noble DECISION Matrimonial Causes yesterday His| 37. Glass Jus L 46
I. L. Harper of Lakes Folly and a}¥¢'Y disappointing that no male profession was capable of giving Honour the Chief Judge, Sir Allan] 3. Thermos Plask X ast |
: nurse had received a prize and his them, They should give a great Collymore, pronounced decree : y gol
motor cycle owned and ridden by | wite and himself would give one deal of thought and study to the VARIED bsolute in thi 15. Of. i, Heyl eens |
Edward Crichlow of Richmond). the best practical male nurse patient as a human being in a White (Petiti ~ ) M N. White |
Gap. Both vehicles were damaged. | next year, " difficult situation and as each of| A decision of Mr. G. B Champainghy neal E. H. King CONSTABLE HAD
HE HEAT IN BRIDGETOWN | He said: The nursing profession them reacted to such situations in| Griffith, City Police ao (Guardian ad litem). In this suit
yesterday was as intense as th roe ~ toe vocations in a variety of ways, there would be | was varied yesterday by Mr. decree nisi was pronounced
temperature |the world and it is important that

on Thursday. The a
during the evening was 86 degrees |2!1 of you who volunteer for this
Fahrenheit in the Shade. Many |8reat service to the public should
of the managers and planters visit- |"ecosnise that it truly is a voca-
ing the Banks complained of the|tion and not a profession which
heat but those who have com- |0°ne enters for the primary purpose
pleted their crop, spoke highly of |°f Making a living. To really suc-
the recent rains, ceed in a vocation, it is essential

As compared with over the that you put “self” aside and
week-end very light showers fell | Strive only to help others by put-
during the week. Only seven parts | ting their needs first. It requires

a study which should be of absorb-
ing interest to them.

His Own World

They had to understand that
when the patient came into hos-
pital, he brought his own world
with him. He could not-leave it
behind at the gate or door of the
ward. He brought the trials of his
everyday life, his fears for his

L Taylor and Mr. H. A.
Vaughn, Judges of the Assistant |
Court of Appeal.

Cour, “Grilith had fined Alwin |
Lampitt of Spring Farm, St. |
Joseph, £5 when he found him j
guilty of exceeding the speed |
limit while driving the car 0-62 |
on Waterfords Road on April 29

| Lampitt’s license was also

|

April 21 this "year TIRING BACKACHE |

Mr. D. H, L. Ward paar Dodd’s Pills Helped So That |
by Mr. K. C. Browne of Messrs. “nas ha
Hutchinson & Banfield appeared He Felt Like a “Million 7
for the petitioner. The Guardian “Lama police constable, 29 years of age,” |
ad litem was represented by Mr.| writes Ariel Charles, Besseterre, St. Kitts, |
E. K. Walcott K.C. instructed | “For almost two years |: 1 |
by Messrs. G. L, W. Clarke & Co.| ! had terrible |
“pecree nisi was also pronounced | aches. I used to f
in the suit of M. T. Arthur dull and tired a great








HE SMOKES

; srsed. Their Honours reduced : . ‘ deal of the time, I |
were recorded on Thursday and|ttemendous patience on your part family, his concern at his absence Peg sagan confirmed the | (Petitioner) and Le . he thea .sastace’ teas r( JUR-SQUARE PIPE
up to 6 o'clock yesterday morning. for persons who are sick in body from home, and the fears that he entahwarierite (Respondent) . Decree ae ments, but they failed ‘ y
Four fell in St. George and the ]@re usually troubled in mind and might not return, They should The speed limit along Water- | granted on April 28 last. we te relieve my dletress,
remaining three in St. Peter. are apt to be unreasonable. But remember that all those things ie Road is 30 miles an hour] tioner was represented by T. | Fortunately I received
: patience is net enough and skill were real to him. Then they | fords Road is 2 woing at 412/3] J. EB. T. Brancker instructed by | Dodd’s Almanac. I ] me
HE NEW ST. JOSEPH branch} which is reflected in the awards would do a betier job of nursing | PU! Lampitt was going & Mesars. G. L. W. Clarke and Co.| was amazed to read | O B A C C O.
made to-day is essential. an hour ~

Post Office will soon be com- But may
pleted, Carpenters and masons}I utter a word of warning. It
are expected to finish within the applies to all diplomas, certificates
next two weeks after which the|and badges in all professions and
building will be painted. It is|in all countries,
situated at the entrance to the St.| Don’t Deceive Yourselves
Joseph Almshouse. Do not deceive yourselves that
you are fully qualified and require
no further instruction or advice in
your work because you have a
piece of paper which states you
have qualified in this or that art
The paper is only, as it were, your
“tools of trade”. It is the daily
practical experience, whether you
are a qualified doctor, nurse, law-
yer or engineer which is the most
important training of all. Too
often, people having earned an
academic qualification feel they
are experts and have nothing to


















WO BICYCLES were involved

in an accident along Wilson
Hill, St. John, yesterday morning.
One was owned and ridden by
Clement Small of St. James while
the other is owned by Gordon
Waithe of St. Jonn and was rid-
den by his daughter Thelma, The
front wheel of Small’s bicycle was
damaged.

BICYCLE BELONGING to B.
Nicholls of St. Philip, was

a particular case than thinking of
it only as a broken thigh bone or
one of obstruction.

They had to be prepared to
adapt themselves to each indi-
vidual patient and always main-
tain that cheerful and hopeful
demeanour which was the great-
est asset to a successful outcome
of the patient's illness,

“If we strive to do all this,” he
said, “and if we are never satisfied
unless we are successful in so
doing, then we can say that we
have deserved well of this good
hospital and, more important still,
deserved well of the community
which we serve.”

The following nurses received badges
prizes or @ertificutes

Student Nurses who have completed
their training and qualified for the

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Green,
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extensively damaged after it}learn. For nurses, their training Hospital Badge = =

struck an embankment along|extends to their whole period of MAY! 1949 , eas
Blackman’s Road, St. Joseph at|service for every patient is almost i King, » Niles, 5 Bennett o. Smal
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SCENE FROM THE BAT-
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pe oe more than a technique of nursing. Preliminary State Exarninatior ‘ Turquoise,
be featured in a_ Concert om To succeed in your vocation you | __ MAY, 1949 ILETRIES
at the Central Station a: teeae should have a moral reassurance ,,5..Grâ„¢nt M: Gay, G. Ramsay, M i i
Grounds one Steae vein this {28 deep as the religious faith which“ “ieenARY, — 1960 Tangerine.
29. The subscription de 2 Fund | motivated Florence Nightingale aM. narrow. V. Ramsay, A. Archer
et ance vail aa century ago. Your mental influ- U. Clarke. M. Sealy, B. Barrow, C 3 . ;
for the Bay Street Boys Club. .., Jence over patients is no less im~ ©#"?"!l and © Robertson. SMOKERS’ Suitable for Curtains etc. 44" wide.......54¢

Another feature will be A portant than the scientific weapons EXAMINATION PRIZES

Race Day Sketch of the Garrison | | pharmacology placed at your

G. Husbands, E
Dowrich. D
Clarke, J

Junior

Rouse, E. Bushell

Harding, D. Foster, G
Hutchinson, D. Welch

Nurses who have passed the



FINALS, MAY 1949





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PATENT
MEDICIN



White,

‘ 2 jeneral Nursing (D1 Stuart 1 1 " ’

Savannah” wile there, wat Sige dteptent Gensrs! Nurst : A. I * BEST DISPENSING REQUISITES 36 WAG sce cisiues ee
be a Physical a 2 = It may be heretical to say at Medicine (Dr. C. Manning) — G. King. siehienadt

and musical items. gery iT A. S. Cato G. King








such a gathering as this that I be-
lieve the power of healing through
the mind is one of the most power-

The Concert will be given by
the Police, assisted by some of the
talented local artistes.

PRELIMINARY, MAY 149
General Nursing (Dr H E Skeete)
M. Ramsay
An





SERVICE

COLLINS
DRUG STORES :
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ful drugs known to medicine and “#\omy and Physiology (Dr. W. H. : ( AVE SH
HE MOTOR TRANSPORT |that power is to a very large €X- Hygiene (Dr G G ;
SECTION of the Central ines in the hands of the nursing — Ramsay SUPPLIES 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
A ati i > being re- | profession. ‘ ee
vvistioa ana reconseeian. in the| Finally, on behalf of this assem Genorsi' Nursing (Dre Ih Carter E Ete.
sast vehicles were forced to use| bly, I congratulate all who have — Rouse :
the garage at the back of the |received awards to-day and wish Medicine (D. 3. E. Donohoe) G. Wes 2 SAAT SSCS SSS
Police @ompound, and this made the newly qualified nurses every Sarwaee the ae 6 sai




success in the future and pray that

i y di t them to get
it very Gitteult ie . they will find satisfaction and hap-

in and out of the Station.

: x 7 "4m ''g r "

The Commissioner said yester-|piness in the vocation which they General, Nursing (Dr. A. A. Gibbons) | % x Do vou WANT THE BESI sTo\ E
day that when this new garage is have chosen, i ig a See | x
completed, all the vehicles will Vote cf Thanks Mantlat - 8¢, tuteow | 20 :
be under one roof, and will be] Moving a vote of thanks, Dr. Hygiene (Dr CH. St. Joh: vig LUA VALUE ?
able to move off without delay. O'Mahony said that some of a Ramsay %

, ight feel that they were then STAFF NURSE ;
WENTY-NINE YEAR OLD thorow hly accomplished in the [. Barrett i Se : :
Mr. ugh T, Shearer, one | profession of nursing. Others tvansrose =f START WITH SELECT A...

of the Jamaican delegates who them, and those he preferred, Fenn YE i 1% SKIN c ‘RES
attended the Labour Course | might feel that they should really i , h MV iy
held in Barbados during August | never consider themselves so effici- DR. J. W. HAWKINS vrust FUND

and December 1948, has recently
been appointed to two new posi-
tions created by the BI.T.U. in
the union executive, — Island
Supervisor and Chief Arbitration aia
Officer. .
Mr. Shearer joined the Union
at an early age He has been
K.S.A.C, councillor since 1947.

ent that they might not strive for
more and more perfection in the
difficult art of nursing.



Is invaluable for general Skin :
| Care; it’s ideal as a Cosmetic ; . r . T we ‘LS at
What's on Today | With damaged masts and sails, 59.46 West. The master of the| and Powder Base, excellent as NOW AVAILABLE aN 1a 2 BL RNER MODEL
| the 31-ton schooner Alexandrina R Caraibe reported that the Alex-| a nourishing Night Cream

Regimental Sports at Garri-

| was li i 7 loupe.
eati’ Guvannsh at 6.00: pan. was limping towards Guadeloupe

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1. Beckles r

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Opening - of Leewards Pa- | at the local Harbour and Shipping crew with food Try NIVEA CREME ad COU iy i Bi 4 4
vilion at Foster Hall, St. Department yesterday |
Lucy at 4.30 p.m. The cablegram was sent by the The Alexandrina R. indes “On Sale at KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES

’ Dial 439!
Kensington at motor ship Caraibe which caught Capt Smit Vas on its way
|up with the Alexandrina R. in from St. Lucia

16.24 North

| CREME

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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1950





HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON




.
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: : Backaclie
| Gone in 1 Week
|

Flush Kidneys With Cystex and You'll Feel Fina

Cystex—the prescription of a famous doctor—
ends all troubles due to faulty kidney action in
double quick time, so, if you suffer from Rheu-
‘ism, Sciatica, Neuritis, Lumbago, Backache
sness, Leg Pains, Dizziness, Circles under
Eyes, mes and Colds, Poor En-
ergy ond Appetite Puffy Ankles, Burning,
Smarting Passages, or have frequently to Get
up Nights, go to your chemist today for Cystey
and be fit and well next week. °

Cystex Helps Nature 3 Ways
The Cystex treatment is highly scientific, being
specially compounded to soothe, tone and clean
Taw, sore, sick kidneys and bladder and to re-
move acids and poisons from your system safely

PCOMRADE AYGOTCHA SUST
ANGOTCHA.. LEFT MY OFFICE... SEIZE

NOU HAVE DONE WELL! YOu HER IMMEDIATELY! SEND
SHALL BE REWARDED! 4 | HER TO CONCENTRATION

quickly and surely, yet contains no harsh,
harmful or dangerous drugs. Cystex works in
these 3 ways to end your troubles: —

(1) Starts killing the germs which are attack-
, 2 * ing your Kidneys, Bladder and urinary sys-
Lady Dudley, one of England's loveliest utled women, is a Mrs. Lawrence W. Earle, leading figure in Phila tem in two hours, yet is absolutely harmless
honey blonde with grey eyes and a wonderful, fair skin. “I society, is noted for her lovely complexion. “I woul

ise Pond’s Creams regularly and it’s amazing the piers without my Pond’s Creams,” she says." Pond’s Cold Cre

to human tissue
(2) Gets rid of health destroying, deadly pol-

BRC M s sonous acids with which your system has
that I’ond’s Creams have made to my skin,” says Lady Dudley. so pleasant to use, and it leaves my face looking ever so much | 4. become saturated,
"T's so much softer, smoother, clearer.” softer and fresher.” (2) Strengthens and reinvigorates the kidneys,

protects you from the ravages of disease-
@ attack on the delicate Miter organism, and
stimulates the entire system



9 Weeks in Hospital—Now Well

BY CHIC YoU Blonde or Brunette she eure for Ae pars wih Rie aa

| Joints. 1 was not able to raise my arms and
|








re 7 spent nine weeks in hospital. They said 1 would
mM huni is 7 THEY PROTECT THEIR LOVELINESS WITH THE SAME BRAUTY CARE | Soumper wel MAAR ee ke
eee ; - pitt OE aa at : Health Improved in 2 Days

TO Sa ry WHAT & STRUGGLE DADDY a. WE HAVE J | . : re * ’ brs ’ — “I had not feit toile well for ages and oes

WHY DO I HAVE TO GO Wii a BUT I CINAkkY GOT jn APPLE core} - } Hrunette Mrs. Lawrence Earle, who lives in U.S.A., little Pond’s Vanishing Cream into your skin, This continually from backachee and headaches. 1
© _— . 7 : most per! in Ly Ou n

} ¢ PaJanike Ana TUCKED ae See * oT = end Lady Dudley, well-known London hostess, have delightful, non-greasy cream makes an ideal powder lasting relie/, Finally T decided to give Cystex 4

=, IN CREF OR THE _ $7 cne thing intommon—they use the same beauty care! base because it holds powder matt for hours. It pul] much pain and expense has improved

4 oe ° : o. ¢ . . > , ST m 01 t th

me OT poe aes This beauty care is Pond’s, and it is the favourite Pere your skin, too. tnings haus Gone for months ie

if society’s loveliest women in America, England, Start at once with Pond’s two creams to make yout ‘ Guaranteed to Put You Right

ind France. skin clearer, softer, smoother. In a very short while
you'll be thrilled with its new
radiance, At all beauty counters.

or Money Back

"Get Cystex from your chemist
today, Give it a thorough test
Cystex is guaranteed to make
you feel younger, stronger,
better in every way, in 24
hours and to be completely
well in 1 week or your money
back if you return the empty
package. Act now!

Pond’ | i
Ss |\Cystex:::%3:
P 2 A

In the carting, Paar you make-up, smooth a | the CUARANTEED Remedy RHEUMATIS

“By FRANK STRIKER "| J YOUR FRIENDS WILL ENVY THIS
BEAUTIFUL PEN AND PENCIL Preferential treatment

Jor Bananas at the

i ae
be ff. Tay.

b
Why not give your complexion the benefit of ‘the
same care? Follow this easy routine: regularly every
right, cleanse the skin thoroughly with Pond’s Cold
Cream, swirling it gently over face and throat with
ur fingers. “Rinse’’ with more Cold Cream for
extra cleansing, extra softening.













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SOINED.MY GANG TO] | SOMEONE IN YOUR GANG IS THE.
ed SPY ON ME. =3 LONE Ri

COME WITH ME, CHAMP. I HAVE
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4 JOB FOR YOU!




- «© « « « « WITH WHISPER (2 THE SOUTH OF FRARGE
Y vou MUSTN'T CRY,CARESSE. \ i LOOK! FOR a 1.000 CRANCS, TAKE | T lew! Saeed
TRUST K.O, ! OID ONCE AND } :

: ME TO MR.@RAD MITCHELL'S “
HE WAS AN ANGEL! WE'LL_#. AND THEN AOOM, NO NOISE - NO QUESTIONS
CALL ON YOUR




BUT DON'T ORAG BRAD MITCHELL
INTO THIS!. D'AILLEURS- 4/40 TOLD
YOU H/S GUN WAS THEAE ? DO















ot RLS,"s,
VRE, MERC NR i You can choose your Summit pen and pencil
: in a lovely grey, green, dark red or blue as

i well as black, Pen and pencil have the spring The West India and the

“ul MITCHELL
a







TIT . val Albe i of the
ij ei Anchor safety clip and fittings in gleaming Royal Albert Docks of the Port
| 4. The 8,160 has » 14 ct. gold of London Authority are equip-
rolled + rae ir pen ° ‘1 } ped with modern mechanical
nib with iridium point; the P.160 penc appliances for _ off - loading
carries six extra leads and arubber. Theysre bananas ; escalators (as shown) They have the advantage of
sold together in a handsome case, or you and moving belts for the arriving at the largest consumer
| buy them separately. Jamaican variety, trays for the market in the world—London.
more tender Canaries This facility available to banana
| -@ y _ | Bananas and fruits of all kinds, shippers, symbolises the com-
SummitiPens Made nm England like all cargoes shipped to the prehensive service offered by
| Port of London, benefit by the P.L.A.,, covering every field
Agents: Stokes & Bynoe Ltd., P.O. Box 401, Bridgetown, Barbados, and eater tes iiek tid baa of ied : we oe
27. Henry Street, Port of Spain, Trinidad. J ,








pesmi meting’ pity
I UNDERSTAND | = [ NOPE-My WIFE
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TAKE A LOOK AT THIS,
RIP! IT MAY HOLD THE
ANSWER TO THE

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Illustration above shows long-wheelbase

5-tomner with the new forward contrel.










Top Left: short-wheelbase, rear tipper,
also with new forward control. Middle
Left: Tractor Unit with forward control
operating with trailor unit. Bottom Left:



ASHE PULLS THE CLUB AWAY FROM) {BUT THER ROARS TURN Pa Ni
THE (DOL, THEV ALMOST TEAR THE TOAMAZEMENT AS HE
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Dunlop, the first to introduce a tread with teeth, has extended |
this wonderful road ho!uing principle in the design of the new |
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control, Various trailer units are avail-

able. Let as give you full information,

, es Petrol or Diese! Engine - Left or
Right-hand drive - Normal or

6 forward gontrol,
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FAT CROWD SUDDENLY COMES
FILLED WITH THEIR ROAR+~

Dunlop Fort. More teeth — more biie — giving a grip to defy
skidding on the most slippery of surfaces. This is just one of the
many safety features which make the new Fort the one tyre

that has everything.

Nd ORT
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DUNLOP RUBBER COMPANY LTO., BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAN®

ECKSTEIN BROS. — Bay Street a









“FORT ROYAL GARAGE, LTD



Phone, 2286. — Sole Distributors.
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SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVE}
LS TS YTS a, ASST RRNA

CLASSIFIED ADS. ) Pustic xerices| WANTED 7

































Harbour Log GOVERNMENT NOTICE.

































































































































Melbourne mid July. N. Queensland Tr , sean one ort ; '
+ ; 7 * he M.YV DAERWOOD” will
———= |} quantity of rum, One (1) flowered| Weekes, a minor, of Jordans Tenantry, Sydney mid August arriving Trinidad

Cycle & Motor Cycle

Telephone 2508, HELP emer tr rbarminamniveramrmerntey WOMEN POLICE
Sennen a aetna NOTICE In Carlisle Bay Seawell 4 Recruiting of Women. Police will take place at the Police Train-
IN MEMORIAM 2 —- A GIRL for office work. Previous ing School, District “A” at 10 am. on ‘Wedne 2ist June
FOR RENT PARISH OF ST. PETER experience not essential. Apply by] IN PORT: Yacht Tern MI, Sch. Ros ARRIVALS—By BWA 1950
ioe ee a The road leading from Boscobe'j letter and in person. L. M. B. Meyers} rene, Sch. Harriet Whittaker, Sch. Lad ¥ TRINIDAD ~ : :
Ir loving memory of our dear beloved | ___ chapel hill to the Baltic is closed tc! & Co., Lid 17 6.80—t..1. | Noeleen, Yacht Leasider. Sch. Emar Mar r Er Carrington, | Qualifications
eee ae a net : | turough traffic until further notice reine *1C. Gordon, Sch. Belqueen, Sch. Gar- Thoma ar Edgar Applicants must be between 19 15 years of age and possess
departed this life on June 1 HOUSES By order of the Commissioners a . denia W Sch. Raheow MM Ss Thomp: Rawl Kathleen pine va ~ . tin ss capt
A loving daughter and sist rs E. H, CHALLENOR, MISCELLANEOUS DOrtac, Sch, Frances W. Smith, SS. Johnson, Percy ” john Hender- | the Elementary educational qualific Standard VII or over.
and kind AP. Inspector of Highways, — Doe a . eae oe son, Walter Ethel ‘old ot, Robert
What worderful memories you've 1 snatt St een eee ee —, Sot. Peter BOARDERS_Coal comfortable Room | Statesman, Sch, BM Tannis A. Acosta, Michael Acosta, aay one ADowancss : Medea ius 459.00. ‘der by
behind id Wek Se Pemaiecd erate eee t4ae ee and Pull Board available to Visitors} oy nor Gee hoot ton LUCIA 1e pay of a Policewoman on enlistment is $52.00 per month
lent days and nights you've bore f{iuiars Dial ose ALMA LASHLEY oer to Trinidad. Near Queen’s Park Savan- nen ne es eek Jour, Raymond Joseph, Hu-}rising by annual increments of $48.00 up to $80.00 per month
your pains y 5 31,5.50 nah. Write Mrs. Stone, 80 Dundonald | ~“P' ‘Mormacray, 4358 tons net, Capt Worth, Henry Smith, Daisy |] Promotion to Non Commissioned Rank is on merit
bag ae best but Ged Himself te ea Shae ca baad ee eee befovsee = 4 a Street, Port-of-Spain. 6.6.50.—12n, Duiand. trom Curaceo MARTINIQUE A Washing Allowance of $2.00 per month is also payable
knew bes' COTTAGE AND FLAT rent furn SERV ow makes possible al - DEPARTURES ‘ Dasold Gordan j
And took you home, for eternal rst. c+ for sale together—Beautiful = holidays. fete” eee large — ae anie.. -Caribeae, 300. tohe net. CXot eee SS HATRA © Uniform
Leon (father), Elfreda (mother), Wilfred dans facing Sea Hastings main Road Under one management Seeket teae Bocn eer Ter boumbs, for Dominica Cita Boa 1 Rodriguez Free uniform is provided.
‘brother}, Carlotta, Irene, Gwen Sea Water (heated) to one of the five RATHO MILL TOWER HOTEL 14.6.50—6n. : From BRITISH GUIAN R. T. MICHELIN,
sisters) 17.6.59—1n oun Jagan Seva Cookers, Frigid- St. oes Grbincinnnaasientetaieaisnioumeheenieptentinnenpmmngtieatient) MAIL NOTICES Miss Marie De Barros, Miss Cohstance Cire ieel ale Polic
a aires—Telephone 2949 2.6.50.—T.F.N. % 6565S 5%, SSSS8S8O" Theobald, Mr. Geoffrey Harvey-Read, Mr sipenseeemes . ¢ r
In loving memory of m9 = areet husband BYRON LOWE, “who depat DUN-BEATH—Middle St. St. James on-the-sea Bequia Isla . ° W | the Sch, Rainbow M. will be closea .; | From ANTIGUA oe eee —
this life on the 17th June, ‘949 for particul: a . : offers all that can be desired. Beauti [| ¢ NOT! CE . e Se a
s d and take yoi particulars apply to K. Sondiford bathing, fishing, excel- |< I \ [the Generai Post Office as under Herbert Rogers
ESE OF EO eee “| two-storey house standing on 6,143 §.Ft.| {U) Scenery, Sen Oakes, eres mw ule = NX] Parcel Mail, Registered Mail and Ordin DEPARTURES—By B.W.LAL POLICE NOTICE
et tt Na ‘ Spry ‘St. Cty | ent cuisines and bats. RATES Saii|g . THE PER-FIT DRESS SHOP beg Xfary Mail at 10.15 a.m. on the 17th June, For TRINIDAD
ee Se pene pan ae ee 17.6.50-—2n 74 Pia ur ee ‘ @ ‘to inform their customers that 1950 for Grenada Mr. James Boyce, Mrs queline Car
or those you loved y' ¥ e > an . (§ they will be closed from June Maiis for the undermentioned placer 1 y rington, Miss Suzanne Carrington, Mr
_God grant you now eternal roe ESPERANZA Fully furnished from | ERROL, G. ROOKS, x 1§.h to July rd cinclusive) for x the Sch ” Cyril E Smith will be ecloscd Edgell Carrington, Miss Marte DeVerteuil, RENEWAL OF DRIVING LICENSES
Ever to be remembered by his lovin’ the 15th on St. James’ lovely sea coast Box 47, @S holidays 17.6.50-—-2n Slat the Genera) Post Office as under Mr. John Law, Mr, Charles McAlester, All Licenses to drive Motor Vehicles expire on the 3lst May, and
wife Mildred Lowe, Sons: Norman Phone 91-33 10.6.50—4n Saint Vincent. > M1 Parcel Mail, Registered Mail and Or- Mrs, Alma MeAlester, Rev, Gordon Os ,
Horace, Colin amd Cecil, Mother: Sera 3 Eo Js ae : | 12.6.50—26n, O 4,464, 4466,66 dinary Mail at 10.15 a.m, on the 17th good, Mr. Shtayba Habio, Yousef | Must be renewed by the 30th June
I Broth R au 1 ——- —— ; - ote “ - tina i" atl
awe, rothers: Russe! awe al ; SS = June, 1950 for Trinidad wabih Renewal of a license can be done by st. Enclose--: ste
Freddie Lowe, Sisters: Agatha J« GARAGE near Concord, Rockley New | ———— ooo ie aea en cae doe . : ‘ hn " nelose--a postal
Megam Kelly, Madeline Forde and S Road Phone 3261 Mrs. Arthur 7 order fc cents and forward your previous license
cs : mr |e seme | [IMPORTANT |
Hall. 17.6 ,.50— Ridgeway 17.6.50_2n | SHE ae coe che nes Address it to the Licensing Department, Police Headquarters,
, SE 2 :
, y g th Yo the Creditors holding specialty Lien Bridgetown
In loving memory eT ioe By cn one LARGE HOUSE and Apartment acaiaat HMILLABY Plantation, St. Thomas The Supply of Natural Gas 8 a wee
Mrs. ANNIE REDM , la ot on the sea St. Lawrence, fully furn-|““DAKE NOTICE that I, the Owner, R. T. MICHELIN,;
June 18th 1938. ished. Apply: Miss K. Hunte, Dratton, | . t is being continued pend- " ‘
She loved her Saviour to adore, | St. Lawrence. Dial 8357 of the above Plantation am anos - i tiati Cemmissioner of Police.
And meekly all her sufferings bore, | $.6.80—gn. cbtain & loan ee See, mg negotiations. Police Headquarters,
Sweet be thy rest ——— visions of the above Act — >
5 3 st, j a ee . a ,
And _peacefl thy sleping | REST COT —Weichek from tain dune tol Sud Mantauonige cmc ATT The Barbados Gas Co —— cs
God’s way is always best }end of July. Phone 3065 aio. Sees nee as baseewed unde = ey 14th June, 1950 15.6.50—-2n
Dh Stanley Redmond (Son, U.S.A.},; 14.6.50—t.f.n the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the UD.
Gladys Redmond (Daughter), Mrs. Edith | Ae " a t Ie i iL 7 oil Beebo tN
es - 7.6.50—1n — above Act (as the case may e) in —— 4
Mottley (Sister) nS: | respect of such year.
i Dated this 15th day of June 1950
In loving memory of ISLA sma | , :
who parted this life 17th day of June PUBLIC SALES MARION G. Cee potest
1987, ris, biae _
ing daughter, a faithful friend | = 15.6.50—3n peticattY for 8 ermrnnsneeceenenesenintnesemnoe - em recta Sateen z
Dee eee edla dened — ie New Arrivals ‘Pink tint MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEA- :
Every hour in some sweet day AUCTION | LAND LINE LTD., (M.A/N.Z. LINE) eee,
Her beautiful Memory comes our way, NOTICE BROOKS SADDLES “OF
No voice can say, T aace heed abies “bar ts SS. “CITY OF DIEPPE” | sails 5 as sare
= a av 3 Com- The MV CARIBBEE will }
No words can pay, missioner of Police to sell 9 BARBADOS Adelaide May 19th. Melbourne June : .
. . » years today a on Monday accept Cargo and Passengers f
3 Se eee ian ae re 4 19th June, at Central Station, seeinnine IN THE ASSISTANT COURT Tool Bags yi U R Q U A L ITY PA | NTS W A L PA M UR Q UA lL ITY and rae June 1¢th, Brisbane ; omnes "avenci a mangers. ft
er ye re’ rr 3 at 2 m. Thi - OF APP! ‘ @4th arriving a nidad abou uly 21s ‘ . : 5 . 3
Harold Brewster (brothers), Martha Sao LY — Gh de popsensas RE WORKER Gontbiene anion ( ll | id pain, S.S. “PORT WELLINGTON” | sails Nevis ne in Kitts Sailing
Clarke (mother). 17.6.50-—In.? (p) fountain pens, Ten (10) ladies” hana ACT 1943 ; ¢ t] Ol an e Tips July/August. Brisbane early August . .
bags, One (1) demijohn containing a Notice is hereby given that Herbert









2nd, Sydney June l4th, Brisbane :

accept Cargo and Passengers fo
arasol, O1 ( Si a y . about 9th September. . s : rt concer talades
SALE s ~ nr 1) motor car wheel and George, employed “ Bulkeley Plan These vessels have! ainple apwe for St. Lueia, St. Vincent, Grenada
sy op yre, and several other items| tution as a labourer, was injured when Pump Connections chilled, hard frozen and general cargo and Aruba, Date of sailing to be
of interest. a truck laden with canes drove over “arc
—_—=-—= D’ARCY A. SCOTT, his chest and died as a result of the 4 _ Cargo accepted on through bills ot
Government Auctioneer irjuries sustained and that Compen- E ; lading with transhipment at stinidad for
AUTOMOTIVE 16.6.80—4n} sation has been paid into Court NEWSAM & Co British Guiana, Barbados, Winé-yerd and





All Guardians and persons concerned ASSOCIATION INC
CAR—One (1) Vauxhall 12 H.P

ith hy bove- ed d sed a en - FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD.,
Apply F. C. Hutson, Grand View, UNDER THE SILVER saraieea vaguised. var auseee. at the PSOOSSSS



notified
B.W.L. SCHOONER OWNERS
Leeward Islands, |

——— Agents, Trinidad. Consignee Dial No. 404%
Government eal. aso HAMMER © | azi"snt Sour, ot Appeal “on, Weaves-| 8 sello Rvervbady! Ite Swingtime DA COBRA & 00. LTD.,

tyges in geod condition. Prive’ reason: Re Re A ERY Grate of the Dated ‘thie 13th day of June 1950 A GRAND DANCE

all, Or Ps errr oe House appointments at “Rawle House” Sn





Ag. Clerk, A.C.A



Codrington College which includes will be mven by



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Round Tip-Top Dining Table; Upright| 27°50 MISS MARJORYE DOWNES 0.
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HUTSON (nee Phillips), as I do not! refrigerator and deep freeze, large arched} addressed to the Director of Agricul- ie De

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hold myself responsible for her or) verandah, all steel windows with hoods,| ture, Queen's Park, and will be arccept-

anyone else contracting any debt or) steel! French doors, large stone garage| cd up to Saturday the 24th of June, ——
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OTT HEREBY GIVEN that all » persons having any debt or claim upon
sacauie Martie any debt or claims sold unfurnished if desired. Attractive | or affecting the estate of Fitz Herbert
against the Estate of Walter Thomas price. Phone owner 3316 between 10 a.m.| Reid late of the Garden in the parish
Holder, deceased, late of Venture in the SSS Bie 13.6.50—4n | of Saint James who died in this Island
parish ‘of Saint John in this Island who on " 17th a of aay ae a
st 1949,| . hereby require: oO sen n particulars
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assets e deceased amon creepers ! p a .
peor mnlod hart, hava Feued| “TQUGR Ope Gewese aes Mc ne Sha on Ege, Se alae FOR SALE FOR SALE
only to such ¢ o1 the sea at Black Rock. Consists of ’ f oe
then have had notice aed — ae Verandah, Drawing and Dining rooms, — ar eee ae aa ain hve C. CARLTON BROWNE BRITISH WEST INDIAN A R at
ree Section to ine person of three Bedrooms éach _ with SNES had "notion at the time of such distribu- r ‘ NEW BUNGALOW | “
open wee claim I shall not then| Water, Water Tollet, Bath, Servants’) so, Wholesale & Retail Druggist Lower Broad St. Bridgetown‘ Phone 4585. Constant Plantation
have had. notice. Durhaee pees ee Main nt’ gt, {at} AND all persons indebted to the sid/% 136, Roebuck St, Dial 2813 DEACON’S ROAD
estate are requested , to settie their | erate jopis: Arty A. Bentt, | estate are fequested to settle their ’ i Principle and Purlin Fac-
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of Walter Thomas Holder, deceased a meee oh Gi | cg 2 HAROLD ATHELSTAN TUDOR, corruga € ga vanisec on
LAND—14,586 sq. ft. of land at Max BLACKMAN 98 ft. ¥ 25 ft. longs
IDA ROSAMUND HOLDER, heals Catan tteta eae aa ELIEN LOLITA BLACKMé hig cya ss! pole hae bey a a 2 pan by 125 ft, long
walifed Administratrix of the Estate| Well Main Road, Christ Chureh. | 2,331 ALFRED TAYLOR EID, . i a § approx.
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Water Polo Season |
Commences June 27th
6 Teams Entered For The Competition

AT a special meeting between the teams of the Bar-
bados Amateur Water Polo Association, held at the
Barbados Aquatic Club on Thursday afternoon, it was
decided that six teams would enter for the 1950 Competi-
tion. The first matches of the Season will be played on
Tuesday 27th June, as on Thursday 29th, there will be
Intercolonial football at Kensington.

The six teams antered are
Sword Fish, Barracudas, Flying
Fish, Snappers, Bonitas, and Po-
lice.

This is the first time that Po-
lice have entered a team in the
competition for many years, and
although their qualities are 80
far unknown, they have been
practising at the Harbour Police
pier getting into some form of
shape. 5

The other teams are all evenly
balanced.

New Name

Last year’s cup winners 2nd
Sea Sé€outs are rejoining the
competition under a new name,
due to the disbanding of the 14th
Barbados Sea Scouts Troop. As
the “Bonitas” they enter the
water with a very formidable
- a Tyee skipper papeonee Gondon Express Service.

aurice oster who kept goa : 2
well throughout the last season| BN@ ys yRbptee BOWLER

*

is again in charge of this team | Doug. right



fragrant
the batting firm of “George and
Tim Ltd.” which scored 219 in
the W.1. second innings in 1923.
medium | For 2 and a half hours they defied

WI. Play
Notts To-day

The West Indies scored their}

first. victory over Nottingham-
shire in 1939. Prior to this the
county had beaten them in 1900
on their first visit to England,
and all the other games had been
drawn.

Today the tourists open a three-
day fixture against Nottingham-
shire at Trent Bridge—the ground
on which the third Test will be
played.

The games against Nottinghan:-

shire are replete with pleasant
memories for the cricketers from
the Caribbean although they had
‘to wait until their sixth visit
to score a triumph over the
homesters. But what a triumph
it was in 1939.

George Headley, whose name
is written on the scroll of fame,
for all time ran up a brilliant
234 not out, and J. E. Derek
Sealy, showed his full stature
as a batsman in his 115. These
two innings engbled the West
Indies to score 510 for the loss
of 3 wickets,

Perhaps, however, the most
fhemory is the display by

a ; “ ” Patter paced leg spinner. hen he is/the efforts of all the Notts bowlers
sae ee Tore” oon good he is very very good but|to break that opening partnership
Johnson, Trevor Yearwood and/When he is bad—. May be picked|which remains a record to this
Herbert Grannum forming the| #&ainst the West Indies this sum- | day,

backbone of the team, they have| T&F:



And then those who saw Lawson

7 . ow Bartlett score a century in 1928
two newcomers. stagers Fe Pee Harold ggainst Larwood. of “bodyline”

Snappers, last year’s K.O. Cu Rogers, r and

winners once more have their| Herbert Portillo, to form the fame, and Voce the fast left hander
same line up; George Me Lean| nucleus for their young talent, |We Saw at Kensington will not

(Captain), Ken Ince, Delbert Ban-

soon forget it, The newspapers

i Swor srib ispl that of
nister, A, Taylor, Glyne Rogers, _| described the display as t of a
Billy’ Manning and Cliffy Me.| ,,2Wordfish also have a formida-) yoCartney!

ble set up, with Albert Weather-
head in goal, Geoffrey Foster on
the wing and Maurice Fitzgerald
in the defence, they are assisted

Lean, They have an experienced
bet up, with each man knowing
the other’s strategy, an essential

Today, however, it will be Joe

Hardstaff and company who will
do battle as he renews acquaint-

factor for smooth combination. ; ance. Perhaps Joe will enquire
Frankie Manning and «Malcolm Mickey focttia, EID teas els after ‘Foffie” Williams and a cer-

Brown have joined this team. Gerald Jordan, with newcomers

Flying Fish Harold Jones and Geoffrey Ram-
Flying Fish has Peter Patter- i ae : z

t

ain 98........
W. Gunn 161, and J, Iremonger

101 laid the foundation for the

son, who skippered the victorious! ‘This will be the first time since] W-1. defeat in 1900 as the home-
Barbados team to Trinidad inj 1946 that six teams have entered| Side piled up 501 runs. The West
January, rejoining their ranks} the competition, which is a clear| Indies could only muster 209, and

and with Tim Yearwood, Paul] indication that the game is rising
Foster, Jack Knight, Tony John-| in popularity.

246 in their two ventures.

Six years later the fight was

son who recently returned from Referees appointed so far are|keener. Notts batted first and got
Canada, and Denis Atkinson, re-| Maj. A. R. Foster and Mr.|296 of which Payton got 131, and
“ently returned from Trinidad,| Archie Clarke, There will be an|Iremonger 76. The W.I. replied
they will give a good account of; Extaa Ordinary Gerieral Meet-|with 149 and proceeded to dis-
themselves, helped by Peter Pot-| ing of the Water Polo Associa-| miss Notts for 183 in their second
ter, Harold Weatherhead and] tion at the Barbados Aquatic|innings. This left the tourists to
Dick Davies. Club tomorrow morning at 9]get 331 to win, and when stumps

Barracudas have g young team| o'clock when the fixtures will be|were drawn they had collected
with keen players. Led by Basil! submitted for approval by the/292 for 7 wickets.

Brooks they have such old entire Association

Everton K.O’s Carlton
In Lone-Goal Victory

Will Meet Spartan Today

EVERTON, by defeating Carlton in the second semi-final

football game of the Knockout Competition at Kensington

yesterday by the only goal of the match, will meet Spartan
in the finals this evening.

The game was a good one. overcome.
throughout with the Carlton for- In spite of repeated attempts to
wards showing great determin-] score by both teams the interval
ation during the closing stages but} was taken with Everton leading
they had to reckon with Reece] by. one goal to nil.
the Everton goalkeeper who was} Forwards Got Moving
very outstanding in that respect.

For Everton, Olton scored the
lone goal about 15 minutes after
play was in progress, during the
first half.

Carlton defended the goal from
the sereen end and were first on
the offensive but their forwards
failed to penetrate the Everton
defence,



























few thanges in their line up but
this did not seem to make any
difference to Everton as ‘their
front men soon got moving and
attacked the Carlton goal. They

crease their lead but without

to open their account but Reece in
goal proved equal to the task
whenever the occasion arose.
Everton soon took over and
Conliffe sent across a good one
from the right side. Olton on the
left wing cut in and sent in a hard
grounder which King pushed out.

Swept Down
Everton in a good forward
movement swept down the field
and their outside right Harewood
sent in a tame shot which King’
had no difficulty in saving.

The Carlton forwards made a
good effort to open the scoring
when Greenidge centred from the
Tight wing but full back Robin-
son got possession and cleared.

The Everton forwards then
made a series of raids on their
opponents’ goal and had King busy
for quite a while. It was during
this period that Olton who had
cut in from the left wing sent
in a hard grounder which went
through the “keeper’s” hands and
into the nets to give Everton their
first goal.

Carlton then tried for the equal-
izer and Lucas sent in a hard left
booter which Reece collected and
saved,

Carlton again attacked and
goalkeeper Reece pushed out an
accurate corner kick by Lucas.

Everton tried to put themselves
further in the lead and carried
the ball well within their op-
ponents’ area but without result.

Carlton later missed a . good

esting at this stage as the Carlton
forwards redoubled their efforts
to score, with Reynold Hutchinson
and Lucas each testing ‘s Reece
but without result, while Everton
on the other hand were trying to
put themselves further in the van,
The Carlton formance kept on
pressing and had their opponents
defence busy for sometime. On
one occasion Reynold Hutchinson
sent in a hard grounder-from in-
side the area but Reece was all
there. ;
The game ended shortly after-
wards with Everton winners by
one goal to nil. ‘
The teams were as follow :—
Carlton: King, Porter, D. Wil-
liams, F. Hutchinson, Clairmonte,
A. G. Williams, Greenidge, R.
aoe Marshall, Lucas, Ken-
nedy.
L Everton ; Reece, Hall, Robinson,
opportunity of equalizing when| Haynes,, Maynard, Parker, Hare-
their centre forward Marshall\ wood, Blades, Conliffe, Murray,
fumbled with only the keeper to Olton.





















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So this game was drawn.
In 1923 some _ good scores

featured another drawn game.
Notts got 363, and 345, and the
W.I. 317, and 219 for none.

Snuffie Browne took 7 wickets

for 97 in Notts’ second innings.

The third indecisive game, in

1928 saw Notts collect 393 and
the West Indies 378, of which
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In their second venture the

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wickets when the game ended.

The West Indies led off with

319 and Notts 273 were all the
scores in the 1933 game which
was interrupted by a_ thunder-
storm and unfriendly weather.

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ears ago when the West Indies
riumphed decisively.

Scores were W.I. 510 for 3

’ wickets declared; Notts 149 and
On resumption Carlton made a 267.

Today’s game is the twelfth

of the tour, and the W.I. record
to date—5 wins, 2 losses, 4 drawn
games—is one to engender con-

made a number of attempts to in; | Mdenee.

After this, there’ll be one other

success, county game, and then Lords and
Carlton still made a good effort} the second Test.

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%  •iatitf. 1 17 Brntato #eueeate rice: I I VT CENTS Year SS. ATTLEE AND BEVIN ARE ANGRY Over Labour Party's Policy Statement On Europe 30-Year Mother Hypnotised Awakes To Find 6K tb. Girl Painless Birth LONDON. JIIIH' IB. A :tO-YKAR-OI.D woman woke irp here today after a five-hour sleep, and found she uai> the mother of a ->ix and u |iiurter pound baby ujrl. She sal up in bed and look Gillian Alexi* Into hi "I've never felt so well in my life", she Miid. The tired but triumphant Irishman who had made possible the painless birth, was Dr. Alex Hammel, who had put Mrs Gladys Burkwood into a hypnotic trance ak soon .is she experienced the first pain. lacking fiaefa and radiant, th* .mew mother fell ravenously Imni ry. Nurse M Powell. LondO' County Council district nurse wh. delivered the baby, brought her two boiled egg*, loasl UW tea Th< It year ie--e.i vwtli her pleasant personality, which Was both placid and intelligent, that he decided she would be an Ideal subject for hypnosis Trance Succeeds THE ONLY WAY LONDON, Conservative member of Parliament Sir David Maxwell Fyfe told a London audience that he wan completely in favour of one piece of nation a llr.ition. "1 am in favour of the nationalization of crime, because It Is the only way of making sure that crime docs not pay." —(IN S > Socialist Drags "U.N. Into Sugar >*nMn Our Own C*>rr••pendent i LONDON, Juno 16 Tho question of tho British Government's sugar undertakings! under United Nations agreements Next day. accompanied t>v her i* to ho raised in the House of mother, MrBurkwood Commons on Monday Dr H M King. Socialist, will ask Mr Maurice Webb why Britain undertakes to buy 230,000 tons under UN agreements, when the United Slates of America reserves only 45,000 tons under the same obligations In addition Dr King will ask whother. in any new agreement, a greater amount will be purchased from the Wt Indies Two Killed In Air Crash BOMBAY. June IS. A twin engined plane D! Hie Indian air line. Air India .UMUSI early today near Masulipatam east coast port, killing the pilot and one passenger Several pasaengcrs were injured. The aircraft wa s on %  charter flight between Bombay and Hyderabad. Further details were not yet available. An airline official said the aircraft crashed after t h e pilot attempted to make on emergency landing. Those injured included ( the radio officer and two bullion merchants of Bombay —Keuter. Hammel to put her trance The result WHS so ful that the visits were repealer every day. and she was put Into a trance for 20 to 30 minutes ggssCtt time. The babra father a 35-vear old Post Otllce van driver, said: 'It i the nii*i Incredible thing I ever w He has called the baby Alexis for her second name. ns a mark nf gratitude to !>• Hammel Father of two 'ecn-age daughters, Elaine and Hose. '.I % %  ..aid he wished his wife COUld have had her children by hypnosis One of the most lntcrei!iK features of the case was the intense 'prune-experienced hy the mother when she tiptl saw the baby In normal confinements, the extreme exhaustion of the mother uaualb fnaired tht moHeuler TIGHTEN SPY LAWS OTTAWA. June 16 The Canadian Government with •HI eye on the international cnaracter of Communist espionage today tightened Us anti-#py laws by doubling the maximum penally ..nd broadening the *cop to cover nffence:. outside —Banter. TWO PLANES CRASHED TO PREVENT EXPOSURE OF CURRENCY RACKET Say London Netvspa/ier* LONDON. June IR THE LONDON NEWSPAPERS today published prominentlyreports suggesting that sabotage ( used the two Air France ikymatter disasters at Bahr in the Persian Gulf. The Liberal News Chronicle sail' 'Money Smugglers Feared Men Facts On Huge Racket ." SPORTS WINDOW riatis ot th. i>no K.... prUlltm KnwKout ehmplon iimh th trophy I"" tiM rt>r-nti I Iwrto.i .ho won ,t in .ISW it wilt bm minuting lo *iihb fl*rnoon *l*iht AparUu -ill •nip of lh* KI.HKIKII rumpMition of whrther tuitpowBloii n( II. tahirh I hey lew v Worrell HJ-J % %  „ | |aa> %  (Jr.. EVURTON WBBKM lid dtiin's dcliveiio. during th ton alsj Ceniri %  Old Tr.ri IBM afl on* < ly and Hut Malvern Touring Team Arrives FIRST MATCH MONDAY Thirteen m moon of I v. u, K...' Trinidad yoateeda) ufuinoon by B.W.I A shortly before six o'clock Aecompanying th.team : %  Mil I iili hU wiic 'i bnj i i %  !.. ,... iof ti. %  "!'..I; Cfirt) Ma %  %  Uial, Hleki Qjgnela, Hugo Kn un a n ua. Paul ciri BIcTatr, Llo Lynch. Curl Dravton. Carl Walrond. Carl Mills, Poytttt Carts %  ne Clynsj hfarmen r\urviiiiitmiin ineanboi "t %  John fit. ... Hinds told th.* AdooeOlf thai the team was a well balanced one, and t';-was the fl %  .is t to Tobago, that the I'le. Tho team pon %  %  %  voral luteirolonial players. Carl!.-' K. tin. Akal, Paul Carr and himself had recently returned rroni thai Trinidad lout to B G Their regular Captain waa Unable lo fnake the trip and he. as Viee-Capt.iin a| thrtenm. wagi %  kipportng the >i % %  taa %  haigo) ol i > i i nitad States Ann) ru loned OflVor, who the rvarnmonl vim worked t, Nui.h itself" was ,inM in itaj He was Identi%  • %  Keder-l Burea of li 11-men l as David i fan m ned tu th.Lot Alai %  [048 He WOO charged w giving' atomic secrets to Harry I' h i l H d e I p h i a n. .i tniK as nili between British atomic KtenUat Klaus Fuch*. Hdmttted spy. and , Commuajat spy rin4. ... gfter the ennoutMMinenl />r bii 1 held in S100.000 bail dilates Attorney il that Greengrass had told the r.B.1 U It if he had not had %  wife and .hildn-n he w-> thinking of running awav or committing %  uiddo." Hal l>det .i Bureau ol fneaafl 0 BIUMHUM "I t.i .1 n lh in Suin.'v Wrlnbaum aged 52, a scientist of the Callfoi •la Institute of Technology who was formerly with if* jet pn.pulsion laboralorv -Reuter Suspect Sabotage DEVONPORT, Devon June Itf. Admiral tjs police were today investigating a cas of suspected %  %  'I' I. %  ..! %  If II. -. 1 An Admiralty spokesman sold damage had occiinv trltal aaacnlnarji In a oattle elas* I r.in* Booasjas of M iituunderstaii'ling in klgnalllng the Admiralty Brat believed tiie stage nf l,| *'l ' nt hjij taken place on another %  : %  >-i II MS M.,t.,|..,n %  :,,., ,,„,,. I'ranis l in the Heserve Fleel. .lonii. The Food rstsnlstn U Ihouihl ] Plymouth, Command. 1 4 m I i to have made %  definite written]tho ship'* naval penonnol antf offer lothi v Dolesjatlon itopped nTames and .tddrcsas* hlch will !%  coi Idered bj ibi oldockei arorkins on tho 6> Urili-h VessH Mined Off China HONG KONG. June 16. Salvage crnft were or night to rush to the assistance : Ined to-day off the South China port of Swatow with Ton I funeae passonters on boani. Early reports said Iho British rrotchtef "Hanjrans/' (2.876 tons) was standing by to take off th passengers but details of damage • r casualties were not immediBtcl) known. The "Anhui", boun'i for Swatow from Singapore VI.I Hong Kong, was crossing thr Bai when she struck the mine. It WaU helieve-i here that the ship was badly damaged but still afloat She l under command of I tain A. Nalsmlth. with Mtnlii offlcent and Chinese etei Bvg •boot ISO miles north cast of Hong Kon* —Heifer 3-Legged Kid Born v < ittoe ii n* \ii cioini'N. leader f the delegation, In turn asked iunt live nporiant true don in writing Rich li %  <; i. ,. undi rtaken ei next week The n w i doleaatloQ ofHeial*' i %  thi %  %  : rernaat] lasrl week foi |] iional tonnage of sugar i Was conveyed to tbo Mim.iis of %  %  B Is that contrary b a, not. and I undoi fand 'ill not, be i -. t %  %  I erg of (he 'it l< i' ergBg from thr Colonial I %  words will i ibla b dOtl Gt .t DUil neotb thin tinhotel loom tonight. Gome, ggld A I %  %  wentoken An Admiralty official said tonight It was not I el possible to tab UBJ in the Crania it was learned here thai the authorities sflei Initial Investigation beUtvo II i' po carelessness and not deliberate sabotage may have been to blame The Admimltv % a i d In %  Inter rataanonl that a %  In the I'ranlo and that there was no evidei.i %  i* pre r • %  at the situation was caused aliciously f tllSt %  kid lat n Lane. The kid. which I i. %  theless, thi does not hamper the I The owner, i %  i i ,,; • which '• %  .. go i i and is confldenl thatl'**! 1 It win live Shi %  people Akd -run the delegation lo II p.m. on tho duy of w ''* ld '" returnlna;/_to the West neaotlatio) fin i i %  its lurlli tl The kid catch %  Kllmpe of W.L Get €3,391 From Test Match MANCHESTER. J me 16 The official receipts for th? First Test Match at 01> Manchester, were £13.204 of who li the We*t Indies share %  A total amount of 48.4S1 paid for admission as following Flrtl dav—0.498 Second Ha'—10.724 Third day—22,759 Fourth dayB.470. lut the victim*, he said, included Iwo men who may have been menaced hy n very different group in Indo-China—one concerned in an amazing currency r. lo involve sums amounting :•> MVOOo.OOO An Air Prance spokesman db> niUed ;is 'pure funta •> London press report that the two air disaster* were the result ->( sabotage to prevent exposure ol a currancy smuggling racket The IndepecOvnt Left wing newspaper /"ranr-Tireur. whose %  Arreiimndent. Francois Jean Armorin. was killed in the first Sky't'lurnlng from a _,,__ _. reporting tour m Indo-China, POLICE GET RADIO CARS published a letter from Armonn' 'BarbMio* AdrocnuMating that he had been threatKINGSTON Harriman Gets A New Job WASHINGTON. JUrt t %  r 11 Truman today appointed Mr A. to hi* new duties as special assistant to '.lie I'M i be to help U dent to carry out the nation's broad international raB| Mr Harrimnn Is St Uniietl St Kt five in feuTOpi lor the Economic Coopontloa Ann the rank of Amba To luaasod Mtn in thai poal the ProstJtnl Milton Kat/ o| Mr Harrimans a SS I %  Mr K.tr. will Uv, of Ambassador -Reuter ned with death by a man named Franquini Franquini. he stated, owned the Continental Cafe In Saigon, and was "the real boas" of the city Armorm in his letter stated that Franquini and two other men, one called Andreani. | lire radio cars have ;i •dm the training of personnel preparatory' to wring pu' Into service in the Corporate Area The Jamaica Police intend :< Utilise these car* and tl ran a chain of gaming houses and System for 1 to kc. brrrthel-i and paid the Vietnam up-to-th. if polic a) Oa Page 3 J patrol work in Greater K Dot Ami Carry :ilA(.EN ... lot -.. ijaiimh farmer n ,\ cow era valuable I purposes, • IdOd to nmpii' %  animal ha- imeg bssrj prosidad with wooden h 'tuite happy TWO Executed PftAOl i' Malpi Jaromlr N %  ,n \" W:thl "' led today I Hritlsh 'i %  i n trooper, and Wnhl n 'IV. iow student who* was a % %  %  fj Uirta a* %  I I 'Not until such %  ,,,ie of the W %  Three Reject Red Protest IDQM, June I II I A'uerkajj 'i'l-.i i rejoctad the Sovieit's protest uhout we '" %  % % %  %  • • Apt ,i 20 ; Moscow today, dv Soviet M. in Angl American ni fainad thai the %  h 1948 had on tt.i %  %  unworkf the Trlesb %  %  Krlllrr EXPLOSIVE FERMENT IIS S. AMERICA June 16 Argen: %  .. %  • ] %  | agabi to the unhappy, Salvador, B> lay. Chile ml 'hat lle Just :md Colombia have all ha-alant Me KM -M I I I t a r y revolts and naaat rhM 1 luntae are almost alvays today. -As always. Communists aro Thev are the answer n, '. rrnenf of to masses, an effort ti label all opposition in Latinback to tl" ft of the Communist.' but there is Caudillos and the Ohgn< i i h Communism in Pol I i-*<\ to dray far In Of* %  ,i backto find reasons for disanV -itruter r 4 No Proof* Says Jap Court ulralara" 14 Two To Die For Murder I'll. i.r'-SI'AIN. June I I. %  .,i oi. girl," Ji Ma hammed of IJabv told his trlfa hen fie UUl I fellow Villager |..l s Bath 111 the San Fernando Assl/i Court on Thu^rsaai Tbej ears found guilty of the n laolu.mi. a tati dxivei u %  %  pi While the jury took 21) minutes %  • renh a vidlcl Mahammed told friends The Hells of St Mary's have rune." Outalda th'' court-room as polfc Acre taking %  nod men av ki ) %  aeopffl nd rndllni i [ *"praaenca of %  %  i FT/WO 'ft. trial bogaui on Monday After 11 i his arm boa the tattooed ktin and 'rows hone adding "I will die but my prof^ Ion ill not d HI can) on for rnS. —(t'.P 15 Drowiwcl HJAKA. Wostara rjaaaa. June Hi Fifteen paopta m< hiding a i..imber of girls wars drowned off I fJull of Cutch yesterdav when d ahoarrl ,. | %  i ., pleasure trip in the Arabian i idlng to reports leach %  i reft by special train, m bodies are reported to have Oei-n —Reuler \M.nfs lii A Nanef HOSAKIO, June 16 Moses Rablnovlch's formal application to ihange his name t-j Baaaovl Is not hkely Is prosper because according to the civil regoii bat I Kg of MOM Un"1s to whom God spoke In dreams and visions, be was his most faithful servant poke face to face. .1 having this name" the Assessor of Civil l icfora provide a >.ang It." —Reuter. TOKYO. June ! The Tokyo Dtttriet Coun lodas application i t Party for* win which ild restrain the flovernmenl from banning leading Commit nttU from i [uieal activity. The Uovernmeitt. i\ ed. planned lo nulr nemberi if thi i iral Commit toe nod i. ,, bt l if Ihe staff of the Irft-uing Aka Thi ( onii ii%  i %  %  lack of i I thi Kt.Ntii New. \M raportad Thi ap| il i %  aimed Ihe pursje** a %  fiinjfeinent of human rights prolaimed bi the Potsdsn I lion and guar an teed by • Itrater. Sfhiimarht-rlnjiin-fl itiKi.Kn:i.n. iintish | June 16 Bv ai Demo ..tie laadei i). Kuii Sehti %  d a car accident today wUH" nvlng from Cologne to Minden .ith-easl of Biel. feld The So<-iaI D-moeratle Party office %  slate.) hln ir. ; , ous An alaetoml puitv i n M i n d en r>owajot md to be Sailed -Rea4r. A pause that accentuates the flavour o\ wur favourite lumnl TRUMPETER CIGARETTES 10 12 CENTS Dulion Believed lurgei LONDON, June 16 PRIME MINISTER Clement Attlee today visited Mr. Ernest Bevin in hospital and, it is believed, gave him an account of yesterday's Cabinet Meet ing, at which a clash developed over the Labour Party's manitia-o on European unity. ed the rough handling he received from ConaervaUvaaj in Piirlliirm'nt yesterday over ill,anpsjainf conflict betwavn ofllcifd Government P iuv on the Seluimrtii Plain and the manifesto** rejection fl pninr scheme* for Kun'jx'.iii union -• Publication of the Labour Part) I il'vmnent, it Is suggvated quartan, seems ileflnItat) to have caught both the i the Foreign fT I-a lance. U yet how much v knea i-eforehand o< I*. %  1! 'ifigestcd by the BSWS f p ail here that the first he anew of the is MI. political quarters Bra |ioi/l..l 4A In •' thr I'rlmiMinister. . a member W I .htiur ^ national %  --, ull> r did nnl have al leans a Mill ef whal the ptflo statement sras aalm U> ewitala Mi Bavin is not a rnernbei of Worhfi"'ia %  K bacL thi r'.U-ved to irurloni about the publication iiufesto i sras issued unI ivourable reactioa has poured In from abroad, reaching a climes ist tiiuht with erltlclsm bv Mari h-ll Aid t f Paul Hoffman Mr Bevin is believed lo have la the Piime Mimatei hat the poHcj and geodwUl he iai buUI up lining past years is ,: il.ingei of being greatly damifOd Mr llevin has time and IBBID astDrasasd himself In favour if r|isu F.uio|>enn unity. The hialli of both the Prime Minister and fhe Foreign Secretary U bcllcve-l to be directed mainly at Mi Hugh Dalton. il ter of Town nnd CounPlanning, who headed the %  drew up the tour Part) polir* statement Meanwhile Socialists of 10 IB London to-da> to Ihrash out an agreed policy Of the Sehuman Plan for merging Wei tern Europi • oal and steel istrlj i eeret i o nfar anea opened against background of Hie roni th. BtiUsh I^ibour i il poUc* and the n snlfasto r)ectln ( ; %  < heroes for BlUOpOBn unltv. The delegates to-dav were wslMr Hugh nation. MinIttar of Town and Counlrv 1'lannlng ami Mi Be rotary ol the iiiitivh LOIKHIT Party. To-day's i .iif.ierni Itrought toeetber i iKan *n of the too i .ru all Western Kuropoan Nations oaeopt ftwttzer* t o.o The three delegates from Wast1 %  ere led by Herr Erich Ollcnhuurer who arrived S> >n Page 1



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RATUR0AV HAT IT. |#H BARBADOS AOVOCATf PAGE T1IRF.P Jamaica Plan ft To Rviiorp L'nemplaynwnt Stuily of the unemployment situation In Jamaica is now pro-' during plan* for Its from tlu Si %  !irp oj til at Reprrlour weeks. To %  DM rtt Wd lu nfjpBBBMBd lO tin: JOn .,i. %  < levtnunent: I I oprninK of negotiations I with the United Kini.. eminent for %  tlO.OOn IKHI inVtOI k)M ;it 1 p* .-nil ,|ioii of tluJam*i F 'i.n.. w lUi (j,,. ''i 'IM Kinvlom QpvctWMnl for •he release expand the 'ward* over t wide ;irra Whleh would pr.ictirally doubt* and (.1' ro Hnai reclriniaiii-.il ..ni intt-soil %  At tlie game time the Qovtl HUM it Is being urged 1n cmh.irk upon a v.Sonnnn nrogra relief wOrfca far the ImmeHlnle relief of iinoninlo' meni Ha the ("liind Trnr ** aC %  Oonoroi i i .n, which now on i>> the OE.C Ext < uthre Conunttti a who met on In Part* today. •on lielgium** illation ninl iinn' lh< Cln Suite Itunk Itelim-' undii Iht scheme lici roll %  %  money lender—m bonkoi lo other %  country'* k*i i> minlmurn Mmlifiriili.m From '. Ill Pool llufiman, the United Statoa Manludl I iiniii-lr.tr. •.'., i ii-i Klcal I I the Brruan Labour Parti i" European unity is "deplorable laotattoi Talking mformnlly A in the linaiiciii): ..v benij' Btoo i od, bul not >••: aceoptedT*u the aa t ao-ii rhm oni ol a U> control ctonomic oisouneBaonui in the island and to channel available liquid caah resource* Into developmental avenues within the island A draft bill based on In* e lion and will be discussed a! to be held next week Sit Harold Allan, U.BE Iflniator for Finance and General Purposes, who is chairman of the Unemploy rnoiH Commitiec, ha* told member* that the question of jnemploymont is %  chronic and rver-g rowing menace to the development of the island, and can be related to all the oooi social feature* of the country Proposal for this bold attack on the problem came from the Opposition Leader In the MM • Pi Representatives. Mr. N. W Manley. K.C nnd was accepted by thw Hon. W. A. Bustamante. Majority Party lender Sir Harold Allan. the sole Independent member of the Government, wt* appointed Chairman and aince then both parties have been co-opera tin R and have been receivine the suiport of Iradinp businessmen and tininaaa nriranlsatlons with practical -ufliestloroi for a %  uceaaahil : the problem. Memorial Tablet For Archbishop Hardie KINGSTON. The Jamaica Diocesan Council %  led to erect a mural tablet m the (. .-itliPdi.tl Ol St Jago -le ".o Vena. Spanish Town, in memory or the late Moat Rev Dr. W. Ci. Hardie. M.A.. Bishop of Jamaica and Anglican Archbishop of tnc ffW in.iiThe t;ddi't will near the Arms of tinAxchblatton tod %  lullablo inscription in tribute to hi* life and work. liofimui' mid UuH whon he p>pke %  • % %  nlttoc he had only % % %  spaper ncCOunl statement Since then he had road 'l" 1 whole report. Ho ni .' %  pot nrd -tiui"stntement I could pull nny number of sentences oul Of context and prove to you that the statement wns deplorable Isolationism. 1 could OMP pull a number f>t sentences out of i' which thai %  • I-abour Party favoured F.urnnean unity fully and wns nodj to jump Into the European payments union and the pooiinp arranienienti morrow." Mr Dean Acheson said in WashmRton to-day that he regarded the recent statement on European unity by the British labour Party's Executive as i %  | jit>" pamphlet and he would not comment on it. Mr. Acheson at hi* weekly press conference liHik 0x9 unusunl course of readmi! it. the newspapermen a verbatim report of the qut to the British Prime Minister Attlee by Opposition leader Winston Churchill, in the BOUM of Commons on the pamphlet He I Hi Attlco had made it clM thai the pamphlet was a Part pamphlOt and was a stntement of Gm-ernment Policy —Reuter Copy The "Ho" Shot KINGSTON. %  tru i kno ol UM All-Jamaii.i It.mis 1'i.in n.iment Lai r. | i attoncy th. SH John Q CMC, nade referIfaa Itiitsn West IndiM tennis louj-namt'iit played ii. i.me. Iu -aid. he had been impressed with the drop i k nf the COUrt of "a little OUnOM pin nomod Mi Jin Ho" He httd tlnii expressed the hope lhal i" ..i playan would copy thLled to tee raonj ol thear -n.." ..Heim-.n. not OTM> rnwn Mr Ronald Sturdy in the men's tinal Mn Covoi Ra the women's final. It Wl l Sn John raid, and h.> felt eertnin fhev would develop il nwirr and im>i. BoMlltl of the io%iraamont wereRon Stnuiy won tlw men's stnalei hjp VUJie Coke. Mri lv> Covtl Rfcmsa$ retained the women's singles championship against Mrs M B Praezukowski. Donald l^uhond and Ron Sturdy won the men's OsMnxM championship from 1! C Nune* and E C Arts; Mrs Ivy Cover Ramsay and Miss Mar.' Davidson retained the Women'* Doubles championship against 1. a d y Huggins and Mrs. Praciukou*ki; II C. Nimi-s and Mrs. M. B Pracrukowski won the Mixeo Doubles Championship from E C AM. ;mil Miss Marjone Aris Governor Censures Conditions IN JAMAICA l>i ".ni. got ,i'i tinlocal %  with the campaign Man Charged With Murder r.i, Our 'KINGSTON His Excellency Sn John Hug-gins. V, CMC. Govcuii.i Jamaii oonnopuon launched at the beginning i"l i'i> n i.nlli I t--, J Council under the slogan 'Win Jamaica (or Chgtst" The Ooverrai praoml %  ondJUoni In I "when truth is being imothereil blonkel ol m irepreseji BMJon" an. gpri ol me campoupi "Everyone v Ith an) bility for the welfare trf ihc poopia f Jamgjloo mil on ani< d ai prevailing condi* ii.ni" Sn John said Lou Sfindurds He went on to mention to Ihaj conngcilon the provotUng iow, su.ndards Q| pHHte ami privatt life, tin pirvul.iice of UiWis and crimes of all type-, wrong relationships, industrial sirili-. tnc use of force ami intimidation instead of reason the lack of public gpu IT. lha ..iiiT. KWOJ ;.the poverty and m*(u*r> ol 'it m.iny. the pobtical violence and, he feared, the growing teiulem lo rely upon irresponsible and lr. iccuratr statemenli to unite tinp. nple for poliUcal or other ami' "Those unhealthy comblKiu.", Sir John *aid. ".jimol bg FUrtO b) legislation What we need In Jamaira is a different gplrll Jamaica Buvs Power Plant l..'C wtO DO irrigation development in the auo-aocHon of ti gga ,,t iippl> ourront lot Kingoi iperoUon ol Ihotr 1 \ erruun Ffctftd • rudioi \ arrartgovhon .i ocggoj oo n oTso n Uon i* m.iile |0 .i n nit li i -. roqulrod h> • %  i amount hi b illrd II COUII%  < rgOOi Fund to tlnatce other i i li id. gMtash GOTornmonl hod not pnvided this Cinuiteipart Puiui. A.mlit have lieeil obliged kuvaugti lha doii.i „t th,iftallation would i-.n n-Mi.nr DINE VNU DANOi AT CL1 B MORGAN 1H. UIS1 IMHIN MOM PtnUI Ml.lli I tilt. DEUCIOUfi 8TBAK DINNERS s.-i\! i tl POU b MI thd N Dtal I00Q for H No Pay Rise For French Civil Servants PARIS, June 15 The Governn.ent today successfully wurdcd off ;i Ihroal to Ih OXlgtonea when it turned the scale* 'H.I %  AdvurtM l^atrr-piniariit ST. K1TTS Victim of u stabbing incident. 18year-old Aithui Glasfoid %  I BO %  terre was found wounded %  Uh> %  -' p.m. on Sunday. He was sent to Cunningham Hospital In the ambvilance and on his way mere he died The C.I D. made mquirie< and loon after one George Grey of Basseterre was detained for questioning in tonneclion with the crime. On Monday 12. Grey directed gad charged with the murder of Glasford. Peter's Tooth rtRlGHTON, England. Tile rOO I %  '"" "' Bngnloii Hack when the Duke *.' Norfolk's horse. Si Peter, got balky. A track employee reached into the horse's mouth, and yanked out a loose tooth St Peter went on to win the race —INS. Two Planes Crash To Prevent Exposure for 'protection'' "He In -.. if I %  BOOM about if Armnrln wiotc R ridden th-i he had been attacked in FranOjuM'l eoiO nnd was now tx pn.te.ted by the French Foriinn Legion. Frane-Tireur said the first Sk>matter which crashed was alto bringing to Franc*' Inspector RlVOl With :i full report on the smuggling betWOOQ Fran<-e and Indo-Ciiiiia of dollars. e\ehanged ON the hlnrk market in Saigon for piastres Thai "racket was mentioned during tineuitwnl Inquiry into the "Allan of the Gonarohr* MI investlgntion which alleged leakage of informalnm and corruption in the handling of the repression of the Vietnam uprising In Indo-China. —Heater. a Bill to Increase Civil Servants salaries Dumlounde.1 French JOpuUOO heard Minister of State Pieirr Henri Teigen BOJ tliat the country's 1.200,000 Civil Servant. not only already enjoyed virtual immunity from taxation" hut that the Socialists now wanted th Government to increase cash pay ments to Civil Servant., every tun rates were reducer —Heater • A .ore Cumin* •>' ton i"** I thr iole.li iron m** be %  turning ihn a cold'* -herd .' I .argllag I iilrnnr •( ihc im ..I ihrosi irriisfiun nm locshra in .IL I help picifiil il IN. in iprvidmi I bgOrJgO nxM Ins %  *** BxHh o" your throat imU.c. IdMl gsBlMMM ol gcrmi-ytt it •( %  *..h.iel. .lr So.ihr minuiayuulrtlscolJ uimni i ihn.ji eargli Utwsdno, it ni< nrra ,,! %  %  ,..! .,* LcSTERrNE^^ \ii FOR MEN %  Telaneic Sports Shirts are popular for both work and play betaim ihey look md feel good and are economical. Made from 'CalaMia' Jcriey. ihey are obtamab'c :n vanou. vhajci and met SPORTS SHIRTS ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR 'URRAYS ... MILK STOUT NOT JUST BAD LUCK! Troubles can he foreseen and prevented when one is forearmed \\iih knowledge. We know that grazing cuitle will pick up intestinal worms. which cause anaemia, loss of condition, and -vcoiiring. These parasites can he controlled by routine dosing with Phenovis' brand Phenolhia/inc. 'PHENOVIS 9 %  ARC naa BRAND PHENOTHIA2INE tiV i.e#. no HILT -PHENOVIS D BRAND PHENOTHIAZONE: Thv most vvrtuin Worm Kill** SOLE IMPORTERS am! DISTRIBUTORS IN BARBADOS Messrs A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (M* LTD. L' EDINBURGH SCOTLAND SOLE AGENTS-MANNING & CO., LTD. W7io is the most Popular girl and the most Popular chap employed in your firm? •:,-• toorther Nmntdiiltty Sttd vote im thoM | WbO you think anlInirntsl popului in you Si nil ni Hi' it n.iii.i .i-1li. il U) GMM ThralrtB'tfoS. Onlv DM nl gAd "ni chap must bf (pom noh Firm Hit 2 wiiuwra from each nrra will \n< Invited til1 if ohargt lo 1 SPECIAL PREVIEW ol Samuel QoMvyn*i Sti|n-r Bpoc tol Romontli DrojM Wly Jooli&h distort" which optni .it Uio . GLOBE THEATRE on FRIDAY JUNE 23rd Bmpl %  T-lifi.v. iru; fitrns ;n,. !.. | .c.ti'd ( %  VSU fur UM Tin, MOST I'lllM I.Mt Ml mhrr. and UlblBll IhUl IIIIMI ill ..no 10 (ii.OIII TillMICI Ji'i!..'. Advoralr Co.. Thr Ki'c.ir.ti-t. Win. FMgMti l.'d.. C. F. II. & Co, T K. Rntt 4' <. Hurrlpy FI... %  CMuWhm Bank. Sincr Sowing I '• M.ilirn llrr.s Shonpr ' %  . Hull IIIIIM.II 4 f.i. 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i rf PAGE EIGHT BAUIADOS ADVOCATE Water Polo Season Commences June 27th 6 Teams Entered For The Competition AT a special meeting between the team* of the Bar bados Amateur Water Polo Association, held at the Barbados Aquatic Club on Thursday afternoon. It was decided thai six teams would enter for the 1950 Competition. The first matches of the Season will be played on Tuesday 27th June, as on Thursday 29th. there will be Intereoluni.il football at Kensington The six t*sm* anierrd artSword Fish, Barracudas. Flying Fish, SnapixTS, Bomtas. and Police This i the tlrst lime that Pocntered a team in the competition for man; years, and although their qualities are so fai unknown. Uiey have been ; : IUIUHII Pulirp pier lift ting into some form of shape. The other teams are all evenl> balanced New Name Last year's cup winner* 2nd Sea Scouts are rejoining the eanpetittoo under a new name, due to ihe disbanding of the 14th Barbados Sea Scouts Troop. As the "Bomus" they enter the water with a very formtclabli line uu. Tiuu skipper enallieanei Maurice Foster who kept gou) Well Throughout the last aeuso N in charge of babJ bStJ and with "Boo" Patterson, Joh Grace. Harold Bynoe. Owen Johnson. Trevor Yearwood and Herbert Grannum forming the backbone of the team, they hava two newo I t*% Ia.it year's K.O. Cup winners once more have theft lint up; George Mc Lean (Captain). Ken Ince, Delbert BanDaSter. A Taylor. Glyne Rogers, Billy Manning and Cliffy Mc. Lean. Tiny havs an experienced set up. with each man knowing the other's strategy, an essential factor for smooth combination. Kunkie Manning und Malcolm Brown have Joined this team. Flying Fish Flying Fish has Peter Patterson, who erlod that Olton who had cut in from the left wing sent In I hard grounder which went through the "keeper's" hands and into the nets to give Everton their first goal. in then tried for the equaliser and Lucas sent in a hard left hooter which Reave collected and saved, Carlton again attacked i goalkeeper Reeve pushed out accurate coiner kick by Lucaa. i tried to put themsel further in the lead and carried the hall well within then <>pponenla* area but without result. Carlton later misaed a good op|Kirtunity of equalizing when their centre forward Marshall tumbled with only the keper to spite of repeated attempts to score oy both teams the Interval was taken with Everton leadln by one goal to nil. Forwards Got Moving On resumption Carlton made | lew Wiangc* in then line up but this did not seem to make (liffi'iincc to Everton as their front men soon got moving and attacked the Carlton goal They made a number of attempts to m crease their lead but without (ucccss. Carlton still made a good effort to open their account but Reeci goal proved equal to the task whenever the occasion arose. Everton soon took over and Conllffe Kent across a good one from the right side. Olton on the left wing cut in and sent in a hard grounder which King pushed out. Olton again got possession but this time he kicked over. The game became rather interesting at this stage as the Carlton forwards redoubled then efforts to score, with Reynold Hutchinson and Lucas each testing out Reecf but without result, while Everton on the other hand were trying to pit themselves further in the van. The Carlton forwards kept on pressing and had their opponents defence busy for sometime. On one occasion Reynold Hutchinson sent in a hard grounder from Inside the area but Reeve was all there. The gamt ended shortly afterwards with Everton winners by te goal to nil. The teums were as follow :— Carlton : King. Porter. D. Williams, F. Hutchinson. Clairmonte, G. Williams. Greenidge, R Hutchinson. Marshall, Lucas, Kennedy. EverUn : Reece. Hell, Robinson. Haynes. Maynard. Parker, Harrwood. Wad**. Conllffe. Murrav Often W.I. Play Aotts To-day Tba WCM Indies scored their Brat vietorj over Nottingham.Mf Prior to this the county had oealcn them in 190o England. and all the olher games had been drawn Today ihe tourists open a threeday fixture again*! Nottinghan shire at Trent Bridge—the ground on which the third Test will be played, The games against Nottinghamshire are replete with pleasant' memories for the cricketers fron Che Caribbean although they had wait until their sixth visit score a triumph over the homesters Rut what a triumph .' was in 1939. Ctewrge Headier, wksoae ssssssg • %  written an the scrall el fame, for all tun. ran up brUllael Z34 nut out. and J. i Derek Scaly, showed has full statare aa a bauman In Ma 115. Three two innings mabld the Waal Indie* to score Sift far Ihe loss •fl wl.krl. Perhaps, however, the most fragrant memory is the display by the batting firm of "George and Tim Ltd" which scored 21H In the W I M -..,nd Innings In 1923 POT 2 and a half noun they defied the efforts of all the Notts bowlers to break that opening partnership which remains a record to this day. And then those who saw Lawsoii Bartlett ore a century in 1928 %  gains! Larwood Of "body line" ( %  me. and Voce the fast left hander we saw at Kensington will not soon forget it. Trie newspaper: described the display as that of a McCartney! Today, however. It will be Joe Hardstgff and company who will do battle is he renews acquaintance Perhaps Joe will enquire after "roffle" Wllll..m. and a certain 98 W (im:n 181, and J. Iremongtr 101 laid the foundation for the W-l. defeat In 1900 as the home%  Irie piled up 501 runs. The West Indies could only muster 209. and 346 in their two ventures Six years later the fight was keener Notts batted first and got 398 of which Payton got 131. and Iremonger 16 The W.I replied with 149 and proceeded to dismiss Notts for 183 In their second Innings This left the tourists to get 331 to win. and when stumps were drawn they had collected 393 for 7 wickets So this game was drawn In 1923 some good scores featured another drawn game Notts got 363, and 345, and the W I 317, and 319 for none. Snuffle Browne took 7 wickets foi 97 In Notts' second Innings. The third indecisive game. In 1928 saw Notts collect 393 and the West indies 178. of which Bart let t made 109. In their second venture tho home side had scored 246 for 6 wickets when the game ended The West Indies led off with 319 and Notts 273 were all tho scores in the 1933 game which was Interrupted by a thunderatorm and unfriendly weather. And then came the game eleven years ago when the West Indies triumphed decisively Scores were W.I 510 for 3 wickets declared; Notts 149 and 267. Today's game is the twelfth of the tour, and the W.I. record date—5 wins, 3 losses, 4 drown games—is ine to engender confidence After this, there'll be one other county game, and then I-ords and the second Teat. What of it boys?—RM. the Shitoting JaiiiaiYu ay Pram rage 4 i %  oitm working on Ih. *( Jamaica as a branch of Hollye 1947 He fell in love with the island while on a -•ml when he heard that former lend least air flela could be had practically for the a'king. he lost no time in forming his company and getting down to business The company prides Itself In knowing, that it u the only ni_. coororn tying in with the point four program of the Marshall Plan In investing American dollars in hitherto undeveloped areas —I.N.fl SATVRDAY. JUNE 17. lttiO 4.HA4ITA — dtsfiioNu'icd Savold Will Fight Next June In London I .ONDON, June 16 Lee Savold. the American who won Ihe world heavyweight championship by beating fcruce Woo cock In London recently, I not defend his title before >' Juno, and It will then be in Loivi S.. I >,.! %  tod i old end his manager. Hilly igned contract, in London with Jiirk Solomon*, m. 'tar. aWotd undertaking not fend his title for anyone •ut Solomons, and nowhere i-xcept in I,ondoii Bit Off Nose The "London rnal" appeared eight month and explained thf LONDON Typogiaphical ight days late allied the tardiness was due to a ban on overtime Imposed by typesetters The magazine is published b> the London Society of Compositor—-the typesette rs' union.—l.N.S. B. B. C. Iiui Prograas* SONG RECITAL At COMBKRMIRf. HALL on Thud!..* Juste 22, 19S iiompsnist WALTFH I' < HAMHHfS TICKETS: SI 20. 1/£ Bookings upen at Advocate '.*,*,*>*-***,'*'.-. xArVRDAY June Ian Th M**: I Anal,.i., 1 IS MOM LIW a m Th MovsJ To-day I the fUlita-rUuar I 10 Froca • IS Dane* afusk. S 49 C< imam jam. CSV* Down Ball by ball roMimvi Quartet. 1*1 i ii m from %  Pnad. ial Quoa. I) 1 a.m. Ball by ball amm*nUu on W I VI Moll, laa IS mrlre bandV II nosf The Nowi. II 10 v HI N*w Analysis. II It p m HicnaeS Cream imin II *J p in Piano Playtime. 1 j> m %  ...lillr-. v Vorbahlre. I IS SU*lkV H**!**l. I 30 p m Much Dindlns gn the Mann. ) pm The New. IB Horn* naw, from Britain. I U •.*. Kngli.h Eloquence I 30 ( m H*nr Hall. Geai Nuhl, S IS i> m D.ntr Mualr I SO Sport. Review. 4pm The Ntwi 10 p m The Daily Service. IS p m *.„.. (ram th Sn. J p n. Lu lener* ChoWe, 111 pn Pragfammr Parade. I >0 V m Tha Novtl To-4t 4 p m Denre wllh me. T u m Thr No report Noil. 7 SO—T p m Ne> from Ute Wtei Indie*. %  p m Radn. Nawirsvl. I II P "i Kin* %  L'up AU Ban %  p m gnslUn Masa/lnr S 10 B m In Tosm loniffht. IS am. The News, IS 10 ,, ,„ | llotu Ihe Rdltnrl.li Rifle Shooting TIIK BRA spoon shoot which was to take place on Saturday 17th. has been postponed to 24th due to the Regimental Sports whuh taste place that snme day The Weather TODAY Sun Khies: 5.3S a m Hun Seta: 6.2t pm Moon (First Quarter) June Lighting: 7 mi i> ITI High Water: 4.07 a.m .t>3 pm YKSTI-JtOAY K. i.t.di it-iMU-sngtoni nil. I'oUl for Month U, \ r*lerii-it %  HP" Ins. I'rmperature (.Mas) SS.O F Temperature (Mini 75 0 F. Wind Direction (!) a.m ) I (3 p.m I F by s. Wind V.l.niu || mllrt per hour. Barometer 19 am t 13.0119 t3 p.m.) -.9942 DANCE : at i THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CLL'B (Members Only) TO-NIGHT '.' p.m. Admission (o Hullroum IILThfeVll Do It Every T ime T. E.XBP TJAT CASTER CJ >CUS CHAIR, /AR.SASVORE BUT IT iVAS A LOT T0U6-BR iAN I THOUSHT—I HAD J SO IN SIX HARDWARE STORES SATJRCUV NkSW%  O SET TWE RlSUT WASHER-A',-0 I CAMS IN ANP WOR^EP ON IT SUMMV TO A1AKE SijRS iT'P SE REApy R3R •VS MORNIN6 By Jimmy Hado LADIES! SHOP AT... Pr. Wm Hny. & Swan Sts for the following : NYLON 8T0fklN<;,N l'LASTK IHMH!\(i.\ 1-milOATS PANTIES and VESTS. MSSIEKS. Elr. Hr. Enjoy Ihe delicious products of the original Patentees of Jelly Powders since 1822— JOHN MOIR LTD. off Cape Town Velvet Corduroy Pull-Ons Each S4.44 Petershams in white, black, navy and brown EachCAVESHEPHERD&Co.,Ltd. 10 II. 12 & 13 BKOAD STREET HULL 4 SON-MOIRS AGENTS SAY "GOODBYE" TO THESE DREADFUL LAUNDRY DAYS! SEND YOUR HOUSESun Kljre jnd heal uw>) lo lire ovt. made m> etn jchc. brou^hi 1 Anne hcadachtH Luckl When I loll imi he <..n.l.'Wumlcrl.il' Your etc. look lovelt fonifhr Keep on u.ms Optrcv III u%e ft, IOo! ,P PROTEa YOUR EYES w uA THE SANITARY LAUNDRY BUNDLES nvWved on UONDAVS are rvud>to be dtUtarta Ihe first thing u:i SATURDAYS, and our mi."! .intlio best in the island. SUBETS .._ 12c. PILLOWCASES Be. TEA CLOTHS 15i TARLB CLOTHS 17c HOLLER 4 UATH TOWEIJi 8c NAPKINS 1 TRAV CLOTHS 4c BUIIEAU SCARVES 7c DOIUES 6c. PANTHY and FACE TOWELS 6c FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS PHONE 3592 BOWRANITE ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT THE PROVED PROTECTOR OF JRON AND STEEL GOES FARTHEST LASTS LONGEST .-.-,-. VW/.WAVMW.V.V*K IrfriTlnc in the "\lroratt>" •mil itnli-li Ht'sulls OM liulliin will cover I.MNl %  % ll. Supplied in • PERMANENT OREEN RID, GREY, BLACK and SUPER BLACK (Heat Resisting) in Tins of Imperial Meanuri I'lion.MM WILKINSON & Agents HAYNES CO. LTD. -*.*,•.*.'.***--NOTICE .V/,*,V.W,V,',OV,V/,'/,VAV,y ( '//,V'//.. .^V///AV,V,V-V/*.M'-'S',V.VA'AW,'>', SPOR T R I T E S EXTERMINATION OF RATS & .ME If Thr Rat Bxtrnmlnation r.mmlt nof the AK-KIIIIIIIUI Boeittj %  'i ..-ii.ti with the Dc0ara wnt < i-inipai.in to rJectro> Rats lth bait.I'htch arc he-lne scttl m Mr lr COD. YiATCU\H& THE HANCV MAN PRlWE TWE PUMP FOR A TIP TkANX TO Crft.s VAM eyc<, KAUX ARTS, 307 E.44""ST I., ..... I As rats are dexu tictivc !.. property Aixl jn t.nrni. butUMM house* and hou-enolderi are asked to exterminating thai Tlie bvJtt are on sale at Ihe Stael Shed. Wueen' Park, benveei the hours of 8 a.m and 4 p m Ple.ve bruia \ our own container for halts AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. J. F PETERKIN. [he KKITISH BATA SHOE C.. Lid. Mrs Sizea 3—5 •aWM •asirrs Sitaa 6—10 *2.'2.l in Brown or Blue & White o Slo Diucotnniic -,



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PAGE SIX IMM4IMX; ADVOCATE SUIRDAY J1VF It, UH HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON %  A-P^OSOU%  MICKEY MOUSE BY WAM D!SN r Y sou u*vff ro\e WE, -*Ow'COV\.?Ar E AN30"*--A w-S" L.6FT W\ Ore CS... 3S ZE -EC V\WEDA-£_>! SSN.r -EC TO CONCiSTBJTON CAA\P 5" 1 ra^ME "\/ — -A,C7 ^ PSTSl '-C-,< Vicksl >>II COLD•TUIIID NOtt ran. ctuim • Rheumatism and Backach'e Gone in 1 Week —•l.ilo.'l. Nta'il l- f>M.<-l HMHI %  %  %  ftm# Vanaan ., N,... ..• %  •a. •••>. Cyire* Helps Nature 3 Ways TW^MH iieauarni K nblT Kirnune. Win. _=3 1*4* HwaV*.. .,* ;f tnitU.l i -Kurt'* btiinJr uilh **"• 'in .1 .1 „ %  .. t.j • . rraMU ftguUth r'.LM l'lti'(j' \ <*j •,. u/pitutani tv uH.mnd it /rain *.>/* %  MBJtaJ % %  •o/i*r .'M fmJrn." '-•MniE BY CHIC Y WHY CO I HAVE TO GO TM POUCH ALL TWS EVEBV NIGHT TO GET VCU OULCWCN IN BED? THt LONE RANGER Blonde or Brunette THEY PROTRCT THklR LOVELINESS WITH TM SAME BEAUTY CARE It* Wf. Utk UMP BAtt MlJdW %  r— antfa ant paiaani (mm (Mr JW" • UL'II* ana nit*,, t'l ennui na > araiful „r anH*b> qm> 4 l"i ', BUrla lillini in* ff*ii l.pinMtr Mi* IdtirfBJMI l.itlr. MIV IfM in I A .V. I ml .*-• %  Dodary, wHM u vmii Laadari hnt—, km n# ihuiK in mmnn ifcj OWIM Hum bcMty rare! Thi* beauty <*rr i Pond'a, ami il itinfat nitrite %  '. kmHcM %  ""rn in \mrrira. r nv-'lan-l. .ml r'nmrr. Whv nul iii'\ ..iir complexion I lie IK-II. til .if the •jute rare? Folio* thi* Ha* routine: ri'tfiiliirlv even i. iMnai hV *kin thor..iia;lii*. wllh Pood't Col.l .. %  riniv 'l tfenllv tW ti>*e and throat with nr fiofM*. "Hi(ie" with more Cold Cream for r\tr %  Iranmit. r\tr *nlli*otiif. In the moniiiig, before you make-up, tiiiootb a liiil-Poadfi Vani-hing Cream Ml> ,— %  *wi*.i nidi *HI> •nun mr ipi i... • WMH MlnriM (Jl aiwlUKU *M rr.n.uo..l.i ihkl • •fiw* an lb* Mli'ii. mtrf oraanlm. >i>d Ulmiilaua Ih* rr.lit* it->. 9 WM>I i. Hit.l—N.w W.II %  I ••• nf"t4 lo i -*• %  vifH Iftf't %  •" tiM..1-^.Nr !,.. ,.-,(,.• M i., „. .w,Jt->fi. / ... mof aH> I., rau* -f •'-•• %  * ni •< !•'• hi .,>.,!(.i r., H i( i va ./,i .U h. BB .V / %  ..'•.!> %  (.)€ ,-.. / *Mn< Health Improved in 2 Day. -/ ki aol ;K infl, .HI ro> .• %  • %  < iiJrr'H I tr~4 ml*iM taFfi .i lam** rvfMp ri*Ift I Urtat fler. •nuKitlier. In a \m iboffl while yooTJ be ihlflM wnh a. new radiance. At all heauty cuulrrt : lll>><> %  %  Malm -i BV FRANK STRIKER COME WITH .VE.OUWP. I -ft,r. J YOUR FRIENDS WILL ENVY THIS BEAUTIFUL PEN AND PENCIL 1 r*^P>^ K. O. (A.\.>0.\ W iTH *H!bF£R IH THE SOUIH Of FRAHuE u .( %  .. >our -.mirim ptn •ml pes'il .u • leaatf RK*. |im. d>rk red or i.l,.. >. wall • %  biack. Pin •ni ptncil bavr %  1... %  .. Aiicln r aaffty clip and Dltia|> in gVamiiiC MlUd (..iJ. The S.I60 pen kM a U cl. |>U Bib iUi ukLiurn peat i UM P.1W prd %  mil (ix etr. Wad* and a rublm. Tbeyar* wld 1'iMlfi in i katvaaeaaa caaa, ar yea mm bay Laeta eaparataly. Bl II? FATHER LiY GEORGE MC.MiVMOS SuznmitfFcnB w * %  E " ;, "" i IgWal l Mokr. A c % %  Ltd.. P.O. Boa 401, Bridgetown, Barbed*, aad 27. Hear* Stre-U B rt T Sa>ai*. Trlmdad. fTl**STA' ') v-*S-MV WrfH I >Oiry*r (J '. -: M*^E -o I %  I | OO flTM MEff->CA3*ON --' '*EAT GUY-THAT -i"5f36 --IT WUa>T WNCITOBr PXV. A*JO PC ABLE TO PHTV *>A THAT .*<. %  •9 A lamomiwi 11 RIP KIRQY BY ALEX RAViJND "AM, U7WI CCULO T-C'j AHO Z Wt' RATB CDNBV1B.1 TO GRASP THIS SOURY BCHaMB C* TM.NS6 %  NTlRl..." f B Iff 3 TAKB A UOC< AT TMlf, I HiPI IT MAT HCX.D TM AN*"TO TH DaJS.^'C^JO THE PHAN: BY LEE 'Z.ZZ39L %  % %  %  %  HLjAuaOMONSIt %  .ttt WITH TUFIfHOAK KHEPuilS THtUUBit/MfM*' rue/tot, mevMwsr KM nte TOSSES rut CWf.-ml, AWAV.I f FALK a RAY MOORES New • APE I POLWE L I .j I" %  l 60 0WFtOMMlS: i UiaTl MAN10MAN-IF C —/<£> %  VO'J BE A MAN LJ I>unlop. the fleet to Introduce a tread with teeih ha* extended this wonderful road ho' ..ng principle in the design of the new Dtinlop Fort. More iceih — more bite — giving a grip to defy skidding on the mo*t slippery of surfacev This is iu*t one of the many safety features which make the new Ton the one tyre that hai e-erinViff DUNLOP FORT DJNLOP RUBBFR COMPANY LTD BiRniNGi'ECKSTEIN BROS. Bay Street of*r. e;i l^^• u".i (wwrairtMd N Pwt YM RlalK Pond's for I DNIf| 1 L A D D I R ; T,LI .. -I. IH *.-., = BHIUMATI1M Cystexs; Preferential treatment for Bananas at the iBf '* BwBa tnd fhe H ryal .MI*r.l).,l..^thrP atBg xlirrlbaie l4aW db thi BM fca—,j m ml Top left: .h..el b.rll..M-. riH lipper. BlM with ii^w Knajtl rasftMl vi jjir Left: Tim lor 1 ml with (raid (itnlrol opaealiiai "till (rnilnr uml BaUaal l*ft: Ln-hrelUi-> l..nn.% nl, normal W \ -'. % %  .,. Mlba „„„. „, -v i|. *bL> 1*. %  BBfc-l fm lull inl.*niaiM.n. PBlr*l ar Drill Fn|m %  ighthantl d.faewarl aontr>i Ufl ar j larmai ae 1 MURRIS-COMMEPClAi FOT till li I.ARAGI LTD rtiMM^tlU^ Sol, DIIHbou>r. I — Phone 45H,



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TACK Kll K BARBADOS ADVOCATE BAtUBDAV H si: 17.1*50 BARBADOS ft| AW'OMTH t 1 %  —t—-i I I i. Jin %  IT I1-.il IIAIS 'II IK %  campaign by the A. rtcultuxaJ society and the Departnu-1. ind Agriculture ;">rt antf co-opera ti-iti tion caused is rn but the Bglirw run into thousands of dollars. In addition to this the spread of disease can* not be measure.) in terms of nv.ney. At a time when food and other essentials ihort supply, when shipping possibilities are limited and when the cost of such goods as can be obtained is extreme.} high, the loss caused by rats is beyond the island's capacity of endurance. It is not merely the amount of food consumed by these rodents which ts logt; the amount which must be discarded as a result of their interference is even greater. Jn the warehouses rats not only unaw their way into the packages and bags but walk over much of the remainder 'eft in them. Because of their habits of living in cess pits and other insanitary places and the ttt ods of feeding they become potential carriers of disease. The food on which they walk is not then fit for human consumption In shops and groceries where they live they are a constant source of danger. Here they also walk over tad Ml food and in nearly every instance leave traces of their nightly visits on goods includit. food In private residences they destroy food, clothing, poultry and destroy property by gnawing their way into cupboards and through the wooden portions of houses They interfere with prepared meals and bring the possibility of typhoid fever closer than is comfortable. In the lields they destroy tons uf cane every year; and when the reaping season is at hand thousands of canes gnawed off can be seen in the fields. They also breed quickly and in the canes where they are little disturbed, they raise large families. It is at the end of the reaping season, such as this time of the year that they leave the lields and thousands of them survive to return to residential areas. The campaign against rats and mice has never been extensive because the average householder does not seem to be fully awafe of tha inftiPtiM* dangers to which a family might ba exposed as a result of the presence ol ratl In that house. Cases "f fever, and ehotora h*W DMD traced to the presence of mtl ami It ll futilfl tot ihe Government |0 spend IhoUMDdl Of dollars on sanitary administration and the preparation of bait for the destruction of rats if the householder is not prepared to co-operate. A notice appearing in UM Pf—J this week notifies the general public of the sale ol bait in Queen's Park two (or one cent. It is necessary to point out that rats are suspicious and have been known 10 refuse to be tempted by bail except under skilful handling. This makes it imperative that the householder exercise the greatest care in "setting" the bait. In some instances it is the only means of destroying rats which ignore traps after living in houses where they are constantly set The answer is the removal of all refuse and bits of food so that the last resort of the hungry rat is the bait which has been set for his destruction. Lack of foresight of the prevalence of mosquitoes in this island led to the epidemic of malaria in 1927. A similar attitude adopted towards the rat extermination campaign in Barbados' might result in the misfortune of having U> endure an epidemic fraught with grave consequences Hals must go. WHERE THE IIAV NS SOME > I was %  .ind acr passengers were B j. B. MAI IIAI. nber of Missionaries on their :buted the circumstance to an error in dates in his log 'A ttj ihe knowledge *t hi 1 it uoula be too much to R, I day to b. %  .ears Most of :ne rlvtUsad nation* %  %  least that much ahead of Father national convenience, to base ine r time on Greenwich mw A ihort un.e ago there appeare.. *' %  <-• *nd as flfteen decrees 0 in the newspaper* %  paragraph h> ; il -to an hour, telUns about the Captain of a national time i* r. Koned from a SPSsfsStai^i -ttnVwh..KSfr^plA ft *-ee <* longitude which i. a crosata the Mena... I __.led that day "Antipodes Dej," various field' Lrtlw th^ Hag on that day I had m> %  ** "" threw meals. -. I m -t the snort service at wI pravera were read h> the Purn-i But by the end uf the week On Missionaries had gained their sea legs and their thoughts began to turn to the Sunday service denomination There was Bishop of the Chureh of England and his Chaplain, a Presbyterian, a couple of Methodists, snd BsMstsSt It all csuna about through an indiscreet remark of the Bishop'* Chaplain, who was heard to remark to one of the 1.. -hip"' would be preach%  Ass service on Sunday .rn assumption annoyed the other Divines, but as the SAM flying the British tvcr *•> flag the Ilishop. no doubt, rewouid P?" ., garded the domain as his. The '" ur >. "V" e %  *j* others talked and argued among ' v *fj *** **< %  * "•* ihemselvem but could reach no '"*1 by adding so many nunutea %  a. to *hich should *** day a* *e set our **** have Ihe privilege of conducting P*CS^M* *Q dd to the lengt h of service, and in the end they de coosecu age around UM i I time from the longiwestward An examination of todc "' •** <**** which sj that Captain's log book would nm nou •*. therefore nearer show that on each of his voyages • %  *>' nsinej sun and so ahead of ;--d a day on the MmGreenwich. Sa- F-annseo and dian Yet there, would be nu '"*' e" n c roast sjewvally, takes SimiUr entry on the pay roll doc* " time from IM Wet which ins the crew for the day dropped, malwi it nigh' hours later in getbecauae the day was mad* up T n 1he morning sun than GreenIroea the extra minutes added to ' hours behind each day as the steamer ploughed QWWW When I lived her way towards ine setting sun. Tacoma. W*sh:ngton. my busbies* gjajj ..esUug WM ,n operation of a Transould be mora than twenty-lour pacific line of tcamers Cablenstantly beinf sent and received and it was a common when the office opened n the BsnmlBa advising ihe .very day "we. a"m iowsjnls~the dep-rture of *-" m fr ""J JZLga Yokohama on the evening ol Tn the days when I was crossing '"at "">* 1 *,\ ApP ?.r ,nll i!^ the Pacific it eras Oaa custom for n*' 1 advhe of her sailing before crond mate to change the sh h d sailed, but of course that .-lock in bis watch berwesM mid* %  only because Japan li night and four In the morning, seventeen hours fast from Ihe Or the eastward passage the Pacific coast. for Missionaries, and >el l||f c|(Kk forward about ortv live minitrs ever>' night rider] ;.. lay inc matter befoi that supreme authority, the Captain As it happened, he was a M dog %  tyto, rougii and ready, more al home on the bridge than in a drawing room Moreover, lie had, at beet, but little leaned strongly to the opinion The ISOr Meridian la sometimes called the tnternaUonal that there t. no Sunday on bhie '^%M "'b % w'toh "by "•'"*• ** " *"* ,h l " The Capuin met the Clerl „ ml much „ wms anolher slorv day begins The agreed date line gymen on deck and Utened to 0|n wnx ncn he na ,, to ^ u,^ )ogs a little over into west long:the recital of their difficulty, d^ck ba C j( lne same number of ldp so as w* Include the whole Then came the pronouncement: mm utes and so lengthened the of the Fiji gsoup of Islands within "There Is nounded some ingenious vtcmf on which the gun shines and as And Monday it was lor passing some of his extra It takes Its Ume from the 180th Tnu* the Captain exercised bis time on to the next watch, but it is twelve hours fast of CreenautocraUc power in the interests such suggestions always fell on wirh When it is h:gh noon in of diplomacy. He was under no 'leaf ears. F1>1 the dav is beginning in Loncvmpulsiuti u drop the Sunday, This tampering with time is ,| (, r (r j t & j ust past midnight the very day on which he crossed familiar to us now. but no longer Om*. Wh.-n Big Ben at WestUM Meridian. For all pracUcal %  '*'• than Jules^verne s -Annind m inster s-.rikes the hour or purposea. he could have dropped I h Wo rid } n c, hl J r •>* • v twelve noo-i, thin the da] if done anyone of tne days on the pas1M ' hr "" %  % %  r ^ rM •' in Fin |jj a new one is about sage between the Meridian and '''", t^^ZI^SE* "Jf 'm a w t" begin. Samoa Is only a few Japan. All that mattered was ,^,£, ffh, m2 th? hundred mUes 'mm P1JI hut It b thaThe make hi, dates and day. SSTffiJS^J^SL^ the .eher s.de of the Meridi %  %  i the time %  II ids I and twenty-four correspond with those of the first j hl land to which he came. If a ship Meridian came to the Meridian on Christthe wot \ d Ul lhe eastward ... mas Day no Captain would think when he arrived at hit of discarding that day or a Nvtun he was apparently a day late Year's Dny, or a national holiday, snd thought he had failed such as the Fourth of July. Conhis time. However, when he got vi rsely. no Captain would think a newspaper he found that he of doubling any such day, nor WHS a day earlier than he h.id would any Captain be likely to "Pposed and tha: Ik in Fiji sit down to double the Sunday as that would he ^X doubled on the Meridian their New Years dinner about mean that no work' would be done %  lf nad been a day on the the same Ume we. in New York, b> the crew beyond what "' | cnn'>meter. tow.iio UM and ie eighteentli Ml I computation Of |MM at n*-. bacaina possttaa. With sir for the clock Happy New Year possible for an %  trikc twelve rh other "A It WOUld be to stand crossed the Meridian 180 Francis Drake." who sailed around at 10.30 last night." I must have the world in the reign of Queen read that in a book, and quoted Elizabeth, the art of navigation it unconsciously. was largely a matter of rule of In my life 1 have an extra day thumb. No one had then dropped which ll found in no calendar ,, day on the I80lh Men I because I have crossed the 180th most likel. ,n mean; Meridiun one more time to the no more than any other Probeastward then to the westward, ably Drake did reckon his longiThls day appears In no pay roll, tude from Greenwich, for that Still. 1 was paid for it because was his port of departure and made from half hours and the end of his voysge. What did af'er he had been reading about the Einstein theory rlty. There was a young woman named DwigM • much greater than light She eloped one line day • -"in*) ratetie* way. And cane back on the pievi Bight. M SHOO 11M. .1 AMAICA By J.UII.S l>AIM.I I I Down this week rIO'.LYWOOD. laws enacted by the Jnm.i ,. ed when they learnKingUton, Jamaica, (lovernment The ^land. included that .i Jamaica they could the former United lug its labour fraction, pledged shoot plc'ures tax free, employ Slates Army Air Force base will 100 per cen CO" be reniimed "KINC.SWOOD the film companv FllMH CITY" and therein lies Tee-nil production to ililmHollywood's newent wrinkle In ..I bl Kingswood Films ts "SUNPt>dUett0O KEN TREASURE." an underThc g^l.OUU.UOO establishmviit. watas tht,lt<-i Marring Robert which includes more than 700 Preston and dealing with llitles and scenery mn submarii MOOnd l" none, is now uruler ihe Hitler's loot. exclusive franchise of three AmThe picture will be shot in ericaru for the next 15 years. colour and the islands unique The trio^—comprised of former icenery and Uuidmarks, whtcta Aitumi-y Hnhnl Cumhark back to buccaneer days. IMIIIS: Jock Herman and Dave will be fully exploited. %  t-ned hangers Herman, treasurer of the i stages and former oftt extras at less then half price and bring the whole filtT in for much loss than what Ihe picture wuuld cost in I ill that they could use blocked Itritish pounds and not %  11 led with Adolf be bound to use British actors and British technicians, as i. The > •%  n I pnnd Barman said that the island is lueal for any type production. Jamaiej. ports every type of seen.-iy. esjccpl alpine. Thev can e of Klngawood K> % %  eset by mounting costs and lnhor hcadCumining. tlie Chicago lawyer and presli-CTit of the companv. • On Page 8 Ol It III AIM IIS SAY : Queen Mary's Rug H? IM/ HOIHI NEW YORK. lt took the curator of an American art msti-1 tute to discover that Queen Mary's needle1 point rug is patterned after seventeenth century French prints instead of eighteenth cenJ tury English designs. Her Majesty and all of us connected with i the rug thought its needlepoint designs were patterned after English floral arrangements | of the eighteenth century,"' said Patricia j Hardie. the exhausted young Britisher who 1 has just accompanied the Queen's rug on a, last coast-to-coast tour of the United states | and Canada. "But," she continued, "when the ru^ was being shown at the Minneapolis Art Institute, some nice young curator looked at It carefully and then produced a number of seventeenth century French prints which were almost identical and surely the fore-runners of the English eighteenth century floral arrangements Furthermore,.said Miss Hardie. who sails for England this week, not all American and Canadian children are nurtured on comic books. She encountered thousands of them ho obviously still read fairy stories in Ihe classic pattern. "Ever so many children asked me how Queen Mary lived and were terribly disappointed that she doesn't live in a palace," Miss Hardie disclosed. "And they were even more disappointed to learn that she doesn't wear a crown all day long every day." Children in a democracy expect more of royalty. Miss Hardie suspects, than do moppets raised in hereditary monarchy. More than 500,000 persons have seen the Queen's rug since it started on tour in New York some two months ago. Her Majesty, who worked eight years on the rug which is approximately 7 by 10 feet, hopes to sell it to the highest bidder in Canadian or American dollars, as her contribution toward England's dollar shortage. When Miss Hardie sails for home after touring some 15,000 miles with the needlepo.nt masterpiece, the rug will be. stacked away in the New York vaults of J. P. Morgan and Co.. until such time as the sealed bids are opened in London at the Bank of England. A report of a bid of $1,250,000 for the Queen's handiwork is as grossly exaggerated as Mark Twain's death. Miss Hardie said. She and Col. Angus McDonald, who have managed the tour, are certain no such fantastic bid has been offered "All bids received are sealed and none will be opened until at least June 16 in London. Consequently, none of us has any ideas what has been bid for the rug, or even how manybids will be received by that date," Miss Hardie said. However, il is my hunch that at least some bids will mention plenty of scratch, since the copyright and reproduction rights go with the Queen's rug. Carpet manufacturers and a dozen novelty concerns have already asked permission to copy the pattern in everything from carpets to neckerchiefs. But until eventual ownership of the rug is settled via sealed bids in London, the purchase of reproduction rights must be held in abeyance. Sealed bids may still be sent to J. P. Morgan, New York, or the Bank of England. London. Miss Hardie said that scores of women in every city in which the rug was displayed asked her where they could get the design and thus duplicate the Queen's needle work. In most American and Canadian cities, the rug was displayed in the local art museum. To protect it from any possible damage, the rug was usually hung on a wall as a tapestry, rather than displayed on the floor as a rug. The result was that thousands ol persons asked Miss Hardie why her Majesty had made Ihe top half of the rug up-slde-down But the $64 comment. Miss Hardie said, came from an old lady who had obviouslv never done needlepoint but who viewed the rug with awe as well as admiration. Finally the old lady sighed and said : "Dear me. it must have been very difficult for her Majesty to do Ihe top halt up-sidedown while on a ladder And at her age "' D.V.SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE I'lll I' Mil FOR THE WEATHER I'rolfi-I Tour ROOIH .You-!! W have .... SHINGLES SHINGLE TAINT GALVANISE GITTKRINO II M %  ALUMINIUM GUTHOUNG M N M GALVANISE NAILS IRON NAILS PLASTIC (lor Moppinu hl.. I WILKINSON i HUMS CO. LID. Successors In C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. IH.1 4413. 44 4W7 BKKHITH STORES BAHAMAS CRUSHED PINEAPPLE i I Mc. to 30c. RED. WJUTI A Hi.l E BAKI 10 13c. ELITE SPAGHETTI in MIA B MCI. limn 30c. to 20c. SELECT THESE SPECIALS AUSTRALIAN PRUNES in ROMANY'S HONEY HAKE BISCUITS—per tin GINGER HAKE BISCUITS per III! I'AHMESTICK BISCC1TS lici Im NUTRICIA POWDERED MILK I -II. on . .'iii>. tin STRAW BROOMS <4 slrlnRI-carh BASS lilli IMS LAVATORY BRUSHES *ach 1.56 I 91 STANSFELD. SCOTT 8c CO. LTD. CRICKETERS II * hart* a — EIEE ASSORTMENT Of SPORTS GOODS FOH vot it ms&Bvn9S8 BATS BY Till: BJJBJI MAKERS BALLS BY MOST RELIABLE MAKER* PROTECTORS. SCORE HOOKS KEEI'INO AND BATILNG QLOVU KEEI'IM. AND BATTING Q| ISM ST CM PS — RCBBLRS A BAT OIL Bl'CKSKlN A, CANVAS BOOTS DAK FLANNEL PANTS CRICKETLNO CAPS W> will be PlaaMd U Srrvr You. DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT To r*ir Eclilwr. Til* Advualr — SIR.—Thr Commlttae "f Manafentfiii uf the Barbados Arts A Crafts Soclrly hU (UrOCtCd me to inquest that the following mpy of a letter to the i eral Agiii-uitui.il Society IKpublishad In your COTT—pi I column. Yours faithfully, M. I> MEKItHK Asat. Hon. Sat Barbados Arts A Crafts Society. Sir I'liiS.. tiCOB to thr aleel shed in Queen's I'.uk by th Barbados Geinr.il Ai:i lAiltuial Society as soon us On| was made publie It polnb that %  second steel Md used "ii Iwo dayi '•( UH would further destiny lh< tie* of Queen's Park, and made an alternative rugjtestion. Tho Barbados Qoneral S-wviely tut. howevei paid i o attention to DTOU mother cultural b -tit the second steel she>l process of Park 2. This Society is opinion that the damage P. unwarranted, and that the Ju or the Annual Industrial Exh tion could have beta braakiaauSu-vl Mil liol si %  %  ..r Hi .. HU %  I.I i,.-' |ail 3. 1 am instructed l>> the f'-ni tlttM •: M<.11agiim-ni of this Societv to inform you that as a %  _.ult ol the action of UM Bar hados General Aginnluiiil boa iirty in anotini %  am riied contrary to public ptl nd the U-st Interests of Queen's i ark. it hai no altamaUvi bt I Ita support fruni the v Intlu-tri.il Exhil" i..iiiiigt'iTient Of the Ail. tflj Bi I tlMl. I ll Is Uie intention of t** Committe c to send a copy "f this li Her in UM prassj for bubllcatlon %  t tho and >>f a tortnight. Than may m the meantime b some %  that you would enre tc YOUH faithtully. (Sgd.) H P MFKRICK. \• Koi) lacra l an Barbado Arb S CralU s, ty TI a B* rttai Barbados General Agricultural l sirect. Bridgetown, M 2. 1st June, 1950 iSuiimy tiiiluriWhile the England and Wott IndiM taama war* lockad HI combat in the first test match al Old Trufford, I was altttna at the -i.le of the radio, and with mild enthusiusm I listened to Uw %  -Timentators > a:t a/Mri along, so thai When the game had virtually ended I had already eowutelod • full analyila of the peatormance of the Weal Indies team with both but and hall and 1 am now asking that you permit my finding* to be known to all cricket uithuslDjaj may be Die West Indies have lost the first test match and in to doins* Kiev haVl revealed tn i. i.it-rest, for while the two spin bowlers Alfred Valentino and Sonny Ramadhlo. making their test debut, have lert.nnly bowled IlieiUWll M IntO the front pages Of the batsmen have given her of those performances eeininly an indication ii.' ilnselv (reading In ihe footsU'i i Mien picdeceesort when batting against the spin bowlan %  i k*et rhis from the opening match of the tour against Worcestershire when Roland Jenkins, gave our flrtt flight batsmen the time %  >! heir lives th.ii up to Ilradfoi.i thej went for their match anal Yorkshire and young Ken 3n tiles lOOfe thai .ian opporlun %  bringing his name bafoi England selectors Their i itch agauut tha M c c ram .. ce da] later and it was In this game that they gave a eaaUj ba describetl as their wont batling performance of the tour 80 far. for it was on this occasion that young Bob Berry ot Lancaahlra and 'id man Jim Simms %  %  : BWdlaaaa not pnlj aowled the M C.C. to Victory, but alao bowled the West Indies batsmen to total disgrace. While cricket lovers not would go down In history as the best organized team aval ti act foot on English soil, they had only three Orst rate batsmen In Bert SutclifTc. Mervin Wallace and Martin Donnelly, two first class bowlers in Jack Cowks, right arm medium to fast and Tom Hum uV*w left arm while in their captain Walter lladlee they had a most capable and astute leader "i the many opinions may be In the more authoritative quarters, I can only attribute the Waal Indies defeat to the failure of their batting to play the gam. as the situation demanded ..I them, and their failure to reuh/r that If runs cannot be scored at 60 an hour, then 60 a .1 i %  do. In conclusion I would like to make it quite csear to my readn* BUI the match has alreads I %  • won and lost and while I v the tram't future activities with the greatest optimism these have been my impressions ol the lour so far. ARCHIBALD PEHCH Gall Mill. Christ Church. June 14. 19.0 SpeiffhMown SIR,—Permit me to support "A Daily Bus User" In the plea for a half hourly service to Speightstown at least on the busy days On those days there Is usually an intermediate 'bus. but It make, busy people waste valuable ume It might leave five mlnutea alter the hour or twenty-five minutes after one cannot be sura of It. I believe the Concessionaires are willing to give the service., cannot the Transport Board give the authority and thus satisfy u real need to tha relief of a suffering public? ANOTHTR BUS USSR TC YOUR SATISFACTION ItAHIIITS HHAINS IKll'K LIVER CARROTS HKET ROOT 16 per lb 12 per lb. SPECIALS PEANUTS m tins CANADIAN ECUS AUSTRALIAN BAMS (Cut or Whole i AUSTRALIAN BACON MUSHROOMS in tins BABY FOODS in tins (Strained) LIQEUERS SEASONINGS tVORCESI I I IM* ANCHOVY SAUCE CELERY SALT 8AQK THYME M I NT PAPR1CA I LYKNNK PEPPER POWDFIUn f.lM.KIt i-rnitY I'dwnni OLIVE OIL in bottles WINES PRI'NIER BRANDY \ IH Ll CURE CURACO WINES SLOE OIN DRY SACK SHERRY SCHWEPPES TONIC V ANCHOR TABLE BUTTER 88c lb.


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BATI KIl.lV. II'NR IT, 1S5U BARBADOS ADVOCATE r\(,i si vi.s CLASSIFIED ADS. Pl BLM OT,res WAMTE P MEMORIAM I Oil llt.M 4 u\ HI* daugMi | '„• J. !' %  I f.— Tvo*l>ar>. ( l*r WA MMi. > on June ITt* ]**.' %  id •..*.-. | %  .1 I, %  t. i il'AKTMBT-On. furnlihrd .part I H tanu. on SM. a.tr. suve, t-juli ror furlner par %  *:J4 ALMA IAIMIXY COTTAOK AND FLAT • (or Ml* toayelher-B*. %  •MJartns, tea rU*ti**r* bain loving memory of BYRON LOWt who Wwrlf nn trie ITln June. 'Ml Byron and • ifel -T*l*pr**r. SM* of th* Bv* f... it*r*. PrlaTld. i %  T r N Bfcj r#rt. Your willing Sand* ahali.toit i To! !!>..•* VUl loved vou did VI Cod Irani you now eternal Eve* lu M rnwn*n ed <•> hi, *..fe Mildred leMM II.IT-. Colin •i.l < %  L*v*ra> BrotherHnwlt larv tirddir Lour. BM*r* \* .ti. MI.II Kelly. Madeline I'ordr w 11*11 B DUN BXATH Middle Si l— particular! appl. t* V i-o .lorey houw i. ruling i i I t r. \\/.\ in* iSth P.I **vo..r tl-33. '•AKACr I Urn | i-. NOTICE of Ul* CommlaaiortcT • r. H CMALLTKOR. Iniportoi i M\ilN ; BHBMI -" > %  10 • SO 4i. ('-•Hll. I %  .., 1301 Mn Aithu. ItIM i s\i\; ova Under on* mui|rnirt|i HTHn MILL TOWUl MOTEL MMI SL'NNV CAJUBBEf. on-Uw—MI Besui* laland tte' ail thl can be da ml acanan. raa-batriii.g. in oi.Mn** and bar* KATfcs ft 11 W 1 DM day ror lurtr... delai, -id re***vatlori. UIROL a ROOKS Bon 41. Salnl Vlrarenl St,.' ML ANN IF. KKDMONIt line l.i\nl I. IT And rneafcly all her "" % %  Sweet be tryv real. And peaceful Iny ileepUMt liod'a aav W alway* treat n %  ,. .-. BaMhBMMl B* i I A (.ladv> Kedmond .DauMhler Mn Kdltn I MMIIn m tm lf.0.1* I" | In loving mrrnorv of ISLA sMAU I vto parted thla Ufa Hlh day of June HKT A loving daughter, a faithful friend On har ere alway*. eoukl ilepend F.verv ttour In *ony* iwret day Her be-iillful memory come* our way No ,itd. can pay That whirh II loot three year* today I ,r be le-nemoerad hv Byron and Harold e.>Wi ihroUier*". Marina t ...k* motheri. IT 4 M In ONI 1 ARGF HOl-U nnd Apar'-,wr,l on lha •aa Lawranre. IUIH turn%  .had Mi K iiiinle r^n, Si Lawrence Dial tT X to-.in. INDl aisi BANK All. r. haldlai <' I Oil gaVlaa CAR-On* <1> VauilWI 12 IIP Apply F. C Hulton. Orand Vie* (.overnment Hill II 8 M flu CAR Cm 1 II P '.l.i.i.l.rd 1. Bt t<-re* In mod condition Prlcv learon • %  ble Apply A. MarPheraon. EafU Hall IT.B %  > ." %  IURNITl;RE Sn-pral Lardm. lronmn-board., KlUhenTable.. DreaainT-bia* and numaroua olher Arlk-Ie a' hartaln prtcea. In Ralph A HeardAuruon Hooma. Hardwood Alloy, oprr. i.-.i:v i to I IT 0 SO—i MECHANICAL IllrvriX — Ona Ladj> as frilly painted Complete with Ml*. Gtbba T • SO-i and llnl MISCELLANEOU S An M tinnit nf anlld 1MB Meter Caaea Could ba uaM a> Kefuae Blna l-alnted. thay traak* amart Garden Tub1A l/B and 4/•** %  •. In auanUtK* cneaper. Sec them at your Goaworka u e w-Jn Before the rainy HEAD TT*8. riorai. Mr each The Model taeon PLASTIC I Self Shade M | MM CAJt ANP TlllfCK TVBER A%  nrBKK DOllllNxll 4 SO v IT and JO 5 l.i.ii 4418 II 4 SO-an HAND THUCK -Suitable for pruvtalon I/T %  T'-erv .lure. John F Hutoan Ltd IB S W-Sn HYDKAUI.KTTPPtWr. IIOIRT for ua m. moat lorn wheel bane Trurka New .ind for immedtiiie delivery Courteay MATTIIKSSFS c i.. MM 1194 Al-ii Oouble n>d I i! DO M II Hiitdilnao for your rarord player .!1 kind. Including Buby and SM>OMI %  eml-permanent need lea to play aeveral BABXBS a> CO LTD. Mi to-t.r, IM HI M %\MF.S AUCTION I have bean Inafrurlad by (he Comrr ..„i„ of Police to axil on Monday IKh June, at Cantnal BtaClon. besmnmi •I I p m Thirteen Uli tlm rondenird milk. Ona ill bac of atock feed Two <|i fountain pern. Tan ilOi ladle*' hand baca. On* tn danuiohn rontaininR a quantity of nim. One Hi flowered paraaol. ch til motor car whar-l and %¡ .in hyp tire, and -e+eral other Item. D-ARCY A SCOTT. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER o\ WFJiNTHDAY II.t hv ntd-t ,.f dJH Rev A T Coldman we will ae'l I". Houae appointment* at "Rawl* Home Codr1ntoii ColleaTe which Include. BMMI T lp -Top Ulmng Tanle. UptigKt t hair., j^dratai SMayboard. Servian Omamenta and M T Taail**: DoublEnd Settee. Writing Table. Bonk.helve, whatnot. Floor Lamp. Drop i*af Worl T-hlIM pedeatali. Folding Car • Table. Morrla. High bark. Arm and Orraalonal Chain uphnlnlered witn mlerwr Springm. and -II In mahnfany Fining Table laeaUi Rldebo-rd upright and Morrla chair*. Rorkef. Tea Trolley Hnohahelve*. Table* all In Fine. Twin Mahng Beddearta. Vono Spriiura. Dre-amg Table. Cheat of Drawer*. Bedaide %  '..l.'e Deep Sleep Maltreaae*. Divan A bed. Triple antique FDldlns Mirror and Long Wall Mirror. Owval gla** Cedar "re. Frigldalre In perfect condition. Fie*Toaater Iron Hot Plate Enamel Top Table. Larder. S Burner Oil Stove. and many other liana k Terma Ca*h P %  % %  •' '. 1*M 1 ItSl A., i aTJ haa b**n borrowed uod. ie Agrkultural AMa Act. ISM. or tH i~t of i ti y*mr Dated urn lilh day of June 1400 MARION U CLARKI. 15 B 50-J NOTICE HAKHAlMit IN THE A1SISTANT COURT OP APPEAL "i :• % %  K\n:\ s C0OT1 rfBATUtl ACT IM) Notice I* hen-toy given that Herber Weeke*. a minor, of Jordan* Tenantry II <>eurge. employed at Bulkeley Plan Utton aa a labourer, waa injured what I inark laden with SMkM aaVPfl MS hia rheet and died aa a re Ii jurkra *u*laln*d and IhM Cortaprn union ha. been paid Into Court All Quantum* and pnaone concernrwith the ahove-named deceaaed an liereby requirad to appeal at Un .. %  alataeit Court of Appeal on Wcdnra o-.v. the irti da* of Julv ISS0 at 1 • clock a m Dated thu Uth day of June ItSO I.H.KI'. I M J'. AC Cle NOTICE ""111" IRK'KtT CLI n MEMIIFIM areaaked lo n..te t.-l lub'* around* will be open Ticket practice from Tlieadav nent IlKWKIK. TBOTMAN AurlltiDcen CO. -)n REAL ESTATE • %  MFDMFJntAM", PINK HtU. St .llnhael. a very dc*lr>ble praMenre • landing OR I acre 1 rood* Of Und The dwelllngnous* contain* verandah 'r.King and dining room*, lounge, 'wdrooma %  • -' buttery. pantry ant I. lichen electricity, water and tele rbone Inatalted In that yard there a*o aarvanla room. gari*fe etc nod the ground* innpi il-awn and garden*. Import ion by appointment \iy\ thi Mr* L Johm The -bove prop arty will be a*t up In MM bv public competition at our offlv. Jame* atreet. Bridgetown on Frlda YlJvHWOOD A BOYCE. II:: NIW PLATTTB-V-Dlnah Shore. Trank Sinatra. Ring and all Hie real Come -cd sot, but quick -:o LTD HI.to—If n BeJa 1J 11 %  S.-VMIY CHEST .uu.ll -t Cattle wah. Bath*heba. atanding on On* Acre Ten Peicho M Ud The iiou** tiintaln* gallery, drawing and dining room*, thro* bedroom* with tunning water, kitchenette, uxial uutofllc**. .I.'.ti.. light, garage and aervanf* room The above will be aet up lor sale at public compel.turn at our Office in Lucu Simel on Friday 23id June. IBM. at 1 p m (WHHlNUroN A SEALY. Solicitor*. I1.M -lln NOTICE IUHlt A I-IS Df THE ASSIMTAJVT COURT OF APPEAL RT WOIWMEN-S COM PTNSA THi St Prtei Captain of Barf*, fall Into the aa* tallying eugair aboard a bars* and died .-* a result of dTOW-nln* and that Compentatlon he* bean paid Into Court All the Dependant* of the abovenamed d*cr**ed ar* hereby require' to app*r at the AaabManl Court of Appe• > %  We.lnea the llth day of July ltf at 10 o'clock a m. Da.ed (hi* l*lh day of June IMO I V (illXFH Ag Clarke. A C A ITB.M-ln Barbados Youth Movement mn— IMO When you View the r.i. I— made during I will | •(.: %  -bout through H..i i..,t..Youth Mnve.ii I i help the unfortun Tiaibado* R*v L BRUCK (_J Rav J B GRANT MrOUIA RftOWXF >'. n NOTICE KHAKI S-X7KS JVn txer top*, only lie p. CrtlfRIh ft Co lleod • HITSO? iF.nM.\i. wVt ITMII.I.S 1 Phillip" • I d.. no* ell reap. dining room, t '.extra bedroom [ Tiled bathioon iliol and cold .i,|.i>i..i'i. til< %  ton* cupboaro ana n refrigerator and deep ing in hall an *cre of aid out garden*— one i and beautiful aandy .aln* large living room, bedroom* to whMh an in be added If de.lred ilh lub bath and ahowcr ItaVI and built in linen kltcli Pa %  able garden and Idol ahod. colaga. Irlveway* and garden path*, will 1 old unfurnl*>~t If de*U*d Attract!' irlc* Phone own*r BlIB between 10 a r '"d • P m 11< tO-4n lr,te.t..t Blan to the Holder. No S %  atrd I I-' their claima duly attearbtd nndaT*ia*nrd Ida Rnaamun.1 0 Harnea A Ortfrltb. Solicitor* I Street. Bridget. ha | I of IBM. oftet I dlatrlbtiie date I *h*ll proceed th* *aa*rt* of In* deraaaed among the raarttaa en'HIed thereto having regard onlv to aurh. ctolma of which I iholl then har* hod notlc* and I will not be liable for th* •*•** %  or any port thereof *o dlrtrlbuted to anr perron of ,*u>ar debt or claim I anall not tln hare had notlco iat.' are raauroted to orttle thotr I letoud-ie*without delay Dated Uil* I *t day of June. IMO jl Walt** Thornaa Holder, decea^t IDA ROSAMUND HOLDER ., Bad Adminldratrla M the Eatate (alhcilr.il High School BFAMBH TOMS. JAMAICA APPLICATIONS are invited for th. noat of Aaatatant MlrlreDome.tic Stionc* up to Vhool Certin rale standard and one olher •ubiect. for th* September term IBM Applicauon* %  nuuld reach the He-dmlitrea* at th* School, not MleT lhan Saturday*. July LAND Two Hi acre* of arable laiu 1 Maxwell Road, rultable lor kltchet (irden 10 acre* at Lodge Road At KonUball, on the *c* I acre. %  lend n.iltabl* for Hotel t acroa lam at Cave Hill bealde main road, will waler and light* available Appl< D'Arcv A Scott. Magan-.e Lan* 1*4 —3n Fan. Bald Sugai KCHIVI Production and Eaport Control i Molaaae. Control and Marketing Induabry Captlal BehabllltatKu Board Sugar Ind nit r> PTIce Stabiiiiatini Reaerv* Board. The aalary of th* post will drpeni on qualification*, but will not be ax than fW ptr aruvum nor mo/e thai £ TOO per annum. The po*t I* non ln*ionable and tamunabl* at on monlh'a notice on either tide NOTICE Xevd>Dui GOVERNMENT NOTICE WOMEN POLICE llecruilinK .1 V In. Sthool. Dutrk-t A'' <: I" 1950 QitnJiflcaUoni Apiil.i Pay and AUowsnct. The psy of :i POatl anWOB %  i . .1 in rajajH rat i ittorith to Non CoRHin. R A WftBhiiif All Uniform FtTHuiiirunn is jirovulrxl. n. T MICM %  POLICE NOTICE RENEWAL OF DRIVING LICENSES All UcamMi to dflvs M I must I,. ratVMTtd h> \hv 30U. JtJM llcncw ii B| a liceiue can t>f dotJM lij. v*' aHlClijBCl M postal 1 %  Allures* il lu ItM Laif*atMtBf Doparlmni' I %  ra ti R T lacn ComiTilBluncT of Police. POUCB) ll.-j.ln\i.i:lii> BraO^frManVaVj nth Juno, :wMi is I SHIPPING NOTICES -'e*e*e*e*r'e'e'*'**e-a*e*a*j Christian Science \ i i I S P MUSSON. SON C CO LID BARBADOS Reading Itoom 1ST r'l.i ii HI IK i w > S A SONS inroad ttreef HOUTL : l'J a m %  —2 u in. Tuesdays, WfnJjMadara, Pridajs. 10 a.m—12 o'ctoO Satunla/a. M mia Room ih* niki* u tb* Chrutlan Sci*tic* te.i book. I tb* ChrUUan Sci*nc* te.i book, a -.... as, B...lh -It. Key .. I %  ii* Barlpiara* k> MAST UAIili f g u.i.i may b* read, i ,,,... k a Viaitora Are Welcome You Can't Beat These Big Values in FURNITURE AND OTHER THINGS I CHINA CABINETS— New and re.iewed. Imported and made !...'. curved -nd flat gbaa, m MAllOUANY. Oak. Birch or Deal. FOR Vlff Dairy Ko..i Iirinn vor %  H i \M NO'lICE VitCilTION '' HAKIUS illOTO STUDIO Will be? clrmtfd ilurliiif Umonth of July. C U HARRIS. I'rnpriPli.i 9 "CITY or DBnf' .ll .laid* May IMh. Malbottrr.* Jiuu Sydney June Uth. Brl*baiH> Jum i affltfBkB at Trinidad about July 11*1 -PORT WaXLlNOTON %  mn. i Auguit Brtaban* early Augtid bourn* fold July. N queen..*., i i SepU i'-i*o a.-cepled ui. Ihtough Mill IU.* aim tiaiiuiipmmt at Tl il.ah Uulana, Haibadoi. m .• %  --aid I.landa FUHNEBM. WITIIY A 00 LTD Agent*. TriDlda.1 DA COBTA CO LTD Agent*. Barbado*. Domln.ci Nevi* %  today in %  NBW %  I.KANB 4 %  .KB N.O. %  dal "AICOA HANC.RR Il*t May llth • a ALCOA ROAMEP .11 Jim* :i Ji n* NSW %  alia Air. 114** HS "RYrjOHIf" IBIh May ','i J iii.iTHL'I.IN %  i:ih lunar CANADIAN arSYH am TBBOUNO Ball* S lay Arrlr** M..alr*al Mall'** Harl.i4*i Pal -' %  %  Jure* lid June UUa %  Majd H Alt'OA POLAHI.S June Bib J IJtn Ala-OA I'll^lhlM" June ZJid Jun* VORTBBOIIHB I "ALCOA PENNANT June 35 tm i AICOA PURITAN June Hlh m •ITr.AMER-' July Tin rl The** yeaael* h-.v. t.i.nted pa*Bn4*r a.ci Joli M.nilreal and SI lawren. I'i.,t. itreai and SI. lowre.c* Bin itreal ..ml Si UwhaM Rlv. i and (lull Servlca. PASSAGES TO IRELAND AntlllfB Ih-ixlutts Ltd HOM-IIII. Doininltu. oil-1 pMagcf to Dublin pt-r M.V. "DUALA", fifxl Biulnig from Rownu about 20Ih June, nnd Ili.>rt'uflfi about i-v.'iy llilrty-lhree Uay. Sin Appl ti.il rt'iim ili.ii'. for children. DININO i and TAMI a> I other S..,: .1 m. flap Mahogany Deal and i.th-r 3 SEWINU MACHINffl IUn.1 Chalii-.tltch and SIKtirit Tread!. %  MT. SM. tl0. GRAMtlPHOTfaal Poruabll Table and Cabinet model*, fl L.S. WILSON %  IU nyP-BrUtl KRD d*cd NOTB7C IS HERJSBY CIVDf that all perron* having any debt or claim upon ..r affecting the eatate of Fit' Herbert Reid late of the Cordon in the pariah ol Sainl Jam** who died In thl* Idand on tb* ITth day of May. IMS. e hereby required to *end in particular* of th*lr i-Mm*, duly attnled. to the i.t.dn-\gned Co D la>* Sarjeant "f Jan-.e. Street. Bridgetown. Soiu-if M ..r before the Mth day of A.>g.i-t l*^. .ifter a inch data we ahall proceed to ...•tribute th* aaaet* of the Bald eatate among the partlaa entitled therein ha> Ing regard lo the debt* and claim* onr* HOI'SiV-On* newly •rorled houa* %  h* •** al Block nock Coniwta of Verandah. Drawing and Dining room*. Ihrea Bedroom* each a ilh running water. Waler Toilet. Bath. Servant room and Oarage Two-third* of th* purrh*** price can remain at 3*. per .eiil Apptt D-Arry A Sell. Magarlne lame -4 ( ft ..f land al Ha Hell Man Road. Chriat Church )U~ -1 It ol land at King. Village. M Vichael One doubled roof r.n Ig BBS. on I.14B aa ft of land al Kraft. Villas** Apply to K Sandiford. Son yf which t and tnat %  >h*ll no aiaata *o dlatrlbuurd to any S* whoa* debt or claim e .11*11 n had nolle* at Ihe time ol u.h Uon. AND all perron* Indebted l eatate ar* reoue*ted to lettl* rrcourit* wlthoul detary paled thi* Uth day of June HAROLD ATHE1.ST r.LIl-N LIJTA AJ.I-RED TAVL i. 1...1.., UI • WANTED GLEAN OLD RAG Delivered lo LINOTYPE DEPT.. Advocate THI BIOtR Tt'BAI T* Ike erediur* kaldla* •prrlally llei **aln*l It-Ill OHANT *a4 SI TBIAT r**Btall*a*. SI. J***Bb TAKE NOTICE thai w* A P Co*. I F King. S C Oreenidga tru*tee* of U dtate of E. T. Coa docd. owner of the .t.i.e I'lar.utum are about to obtain i I'on of fill n under the prorUlona o th* above Ac. agaln.l Uw *ald Plantaiion m reipect of tb* Agricultural year IS** to IMI No money ha* been borrowed undei the Agricultural Aid* Act, IBM. or th. %  bove A,' ia. the ra*e may be. in re •part of *uch -rv Dated thi. 14th day of June, IBM A. P. COX rial. T. ..''.%  per A P COX. Attorney IS B SO— an Oual Bit HAVE YOU GOT A COLD or COUGH IF SO TRY BROWMS CERTAIN COUGH CUKE The Unto/ Remedy lor Cough*. Sore Throat. Bronchial Arthm*. jgh. !•* %  ** of the C. CARLTON BROWNE Wholesale A Retail Drug-gist 136, Roebuck Nt. Ills) 2SI3 i ivui -imi Tl SAL BASK TAKE NOTICE that w*. A R E King and 8 C Oreenidge. of the Eatate of E T Co* dac* of the above Plantain obtain a loan ol 10.0M vlaion* of Ol* above Act Plantation in reepoct ol the Agi year IBM lo IMI No money haa been borrowed t Agricultural Aid* Act. IBM. or t Ait '* %  the cat* may be. in r. Lisas I -*y-. •We*.*.*X'*>--": Iht'sf art* ... ; l-iitfst \n ii ui JINB PEACHE* BMAI.I .. PEACBEg LABOE OBAPEB .. PBL-NBB .. riMtm.i JAMB .. BAsraaaav JAMB I %  i II I BTBAMRF.RRY JAMB ... MARMALADE TINS P1AB ., Mini.. BAKBD BEANS I MBIN/ VINEOAR Plt'SaV give un an opportunity to quota J/0U foi "NOHTKX" H\nnu\itn An extellenl BJ > ..i.ill.' j i u I THE H:\IIL\I IMIMHIIIIM U'LNTRAL MUNDRV l.TII — Proprtelorai C'brnrr of Ur....rl A Tudor NlreeU BRITISH GUIANA AIRWAYS Hllkll \l lit II IS ST. VINCENT AND DOMINICA FOR FULL INFORMATION CONTACT AGENTS BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS Lower l.o*d Si. I.tog.lown cox. I..H Jr. I STUABT & SAMPSON LTD. Hetdqtairteei for Beat Rum "PIT III \T FBI f'M I r I (a your M \ K I IP "CUTEX NAIL POLISH" Obtainable In the MlOwlfaf Shade* Natural, Proud Pink. Look Pink. Applecart, ate ate, aUo. THE NEW -tl TEX 1.1 P I T 1 ( K These are tbe latest in Lipsticks, anil srr BbtaaMbk III Shade* to match your Nail Pt Look Pink. Girl K'.-' Clear Ril. 1>" %  ; %  '< % %  •'• etc ALL THESE ARE OBTAINAPILE AT:— Y-ur FAVOL'KITE STOKE. BOOKER'S (B'dot) DRUG STORES LTD. Bro-ul Street, sod. Ila-llng* \l I'll \ PHAHMACV) HARRISON LINE >',:. PIIOM THE UNITED KINGDOM Pro in L.-ui'iv Due Barbados Uaodon Uvornool l.ili.l-.;. I^indtm tlM M.iv 17th June Mid-Juno tilth "uni Mth Juiif Sim, JUM Knd June Mth July i A. in IAN" 'PLANTER" IX11ID CHURCH" "ATIANTIAN" HOMEWAIIU F..I1 TI1K UNITED KINliDOM"'"•' ''"' CloK. In Bai ••Ai>Ksra?,T " VZSl Ih %  ""'" ADVISER LftMBB 12mi Jum For further partlculara apply to DA COSTA CO., LTO-Afeni*. SAOUENAY TERMINALS aaMraoa! siiiriiKiiiMi S\II.I\(.S From Monlt.al. Si John, N.U., llalif.ix, N S. Barbadart Wnldad, D**arar*, B.O, PLASTIC mmm RAINCOATS Al SI ES rarb In Blses 28. 30, 32 AIBO Plsatlr by li. ysrd In plain -IMII( IllUlltlA S ANKI.KTS in all (iilmirv IMIO\lr\\ \HllISS SHOP. CROWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT BY MINkING THE NEW CROWN GINGER AEE



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SATIIWAY. JUKI 17. I9S0 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE W eU Start With Four Policewomen B MHMMAm WILL SOON be al .-women patrolling the City jnd iti ouiatttrta Lot .ii sromea bt I eeaa .,r i| and n, vho are Inter %  ooli 0* the I-ocnl Constabulaiy. have i" %  to UiiM up ul the Central Statlor •I 10. ft.a. on Wednesday. June "Tllal ll %  new career for local women and one that holds a bright future." Co'one! R. T. Michelln. Commissioner of Police, uld in U Interview with the Advocalyesterday He said that they expect t %  stari with four Policewomen The women will &> ihrough the same training as the ordinary Policeman. The detail dutlM performed bu PoUcewt.il:: II are numerous but may be briefly contained in thi following: Duties at Bus Stopc Ordinary Street Patrolling; Protecting women and children in caw of exceptional indecency Searching women, particularly ;.t the scene of a crime; Inquiries oncerning the welfare of young women anil children, and so on. Policewomen were Homily introduced in Jamaica. That colony started with four but the number has now increased ORK ON THi: BAY STRUT I 1,115 Bags Of Flour Come increased by 14.115 bag* Mormarre> aile* aapeeted to leave port on Mondav foi Bfaifl University (lollr^r Of The Weil Imli.s Admissions. ScWarsfup And Exhibition Awards .950 II AKTX K . MM >H on ... %  > > **tel %  I m :'V KO n H urnii-iN* c (1,-i.ur, %  IIB IKINDUmMl:lMi-|KE %  ,|i, %  HINAD* %  % %  %  I Hh l w rapidly. The building, which formerly housed the Bay Street Police Post, is now being renovated and altered. It is expected that the Club will be officially opened during the first week of July. This is the first Barbados Youth Club sponsored by the Police Force and it is expected that with the assistance of the public they will be able to open many more. "When the club is in full swing. boys of that area who formerly had nowhere to spend their leisure hours will be able to visit it and pass their time In a healthy atmosphere". Col. R. T. Miiheli.i told the Advocate yesterday. Talks will IK* given each week lo the boys by various people on subjects of interest, and it is hoped to open a Canteen, where refreshments will be sold at eost price. The Commissioner said that the organisation needs the support of the public, and subscriptions, no matter how small, will be received ,il bit office. A N ACCIDENT OCCCRRED at the junction of James and Tudor Streets at about 2.30 p.m. on Thursday between motor car M 179. owned and driven by Mrs. I. L. Harper of Lakes Folly and a motor cycle owned and ridden by Edward Crichlow of Richmond Gap. Both vehicles were damaged. I | HM HEAT IN BK1IX.ETOWN M. yesterday was as intense as 00 Thursday. The temperature during the evening was 86 degrees Fahrenheit in the Shade. Many of the managers and planters visiting the Banks complained of the heat but those who have completed their crop, spoke highly of the recent ram: As compared with over the tfOOfc OBd VIM. light showers fell during ihr week. Only seven parts ...i,. recorded on Thursday and up U 6 o'clock yesterday morning. l^ui Mil in St George and the iiimiininii three in St Peter. T HE NEW >1 JOSEPH branch i I Office will soon be completed. Caipenteis und masons ;ire expected to finish withm the next Iwo weeks after which the building will be painted. Il is situated at the entrance to the St. Joseph Almshouse. T lfO BICYCLES were involved In an accident along Wilson Hill. SI John, yesterday morning One was owned and ridden by Clement Small of SI James whllo the other is owned by Gordon Wnithe uf St. Joiui ana was ridden by his daughter Thelma Th front wheel of Small's bicycle was damaged. A Bit YCI.E BELONGING In B. Nicholls of St. Philip. isliiiMvel. damaged afte ttruCK an embankmenl along Blackmail's Road. St. Joseph at about 8.30 yesterday morn Nicholls 1 face was injured. A SCENE FROM THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO will l*> featured in a Concert givei at the Central Station Parade Grounds on Thursday night. June 2fl. The subscription from this concert will go towards 1 a Fund for the Bay Street Boys" Club Another (feature will be "A Race Dei Sketch ol •> % % %  Savannah whlli there wOl also l„. ;i Physical Training Display and musical items. The Concert aril] M pW" W :, i %  11 MBW of the local artistes. MRS SAVAGE present* a prise for mrttinne iu \urw G llu. won th., priir f.ir Surfer* l r .i.m k Mrs Sa%a|e save M preorntjltun-. tiadi ri OarMgOlM Nurse*' llunir troterdai rvrninc A Piece Of Paper Does Not Make You Fully Qualified H.t\ Tolls Nurm* NEVER DECEIVE yourselves thai you art fully qualified and require no further instructions <.i advice in \> because you have a piece of paper vbb qualified in this or that art. Hll Bxcellenej Ml A W 1 Savage lold nurses at the Nurse terday evening after Mrs. Savage had present. .,-, and S Nzes to some of thein oth His Excellency and Dr (VMaJ \ ., that nurses should always have tha Idea thai there) wai more to learn in their profession. Badges were given to 16 nurses li lh lomparad KMi Wttt who had completed their training true humility ihe) would b* bMi p. ^ ual,netl '" May latg; let | undertake and and rebruary this year; and mjinl.ini nUTStlll iu live junior nurses who had career. passed their preliminary exams Mr had often fell that the mosl £LT -y j ye !" r ; and e,Sn, whQ difHcult pan of nursing was thai had puss,-.) m Februarj £ia yeat il Uv .. o. it %  al th res and Twelve pnies were given by the patient The. were I various doctors for efficiency In tin bedsidi The clone *tudv of different branches of nursing and the 10 annual awards for the 10 charge nurses who gave U-t M-: vice lo the hospital during IW4H1940. PriuPar Mule Nurse Addressing the nurses after the badges, prizes and certificates had dlcttll been distributed. H > % %  '> TV.e priir wa.-inn.it b\ i lUah was slven b\ Mr A G .11-1 prizes to niir-f. al Ibr %  %  >i and ff tin I Founder Of WI Parliamentary C'mittee Dies 3 PETITIONS GRANTED His HotMBW Htsl ChleJ Judgl Sir Allan Collyntwnv al MttiiiK of the Court Of Ordmar> %  ranted three petitions f,r Letters of Administration, und admitted lo probate the will* of *i-ven 1*1rtir |N-titioiu were as follow Petition of Iris Lamonte Gill of llaggatt Hall. St. Michael. Widow, to estate of her husband FltzGeralrt Gill deed Mr. C H Clarke. K C, instructed by tlutrhlnson A Banfleld Solicitors for the petitioner Petition of Miriam Adin.i Slrakeiof KnterpriT. Christ Church. Married Woman, to the don this week at the age of Ht< In his lifetime he did much in Parliament and in the Press fr the unity of the British Commonwealth s.i IVK A -.s bom in 1864 and I i a* u journalist began arltfa Ifea Toronto Globe. Huid afterward! took parl In tha cempaiaii %  'inCanadian Part tie ftaUwaj lo "put Canada on the Brltlth map', .mil .. a reaidl "f tiiesi' aitu ilie-i was made editor i' Ilia (Jiudiin fiairtlr In IH'-rt he established the Outlo-J. %  imaastl] review which tried to promote the type of Km) %  pta Chamberlain advi HH>3 and successive years. jll Whin Sir IVr. > entered the Hun • %  different, the cloifM nssintiuni"! ominous in ISI8 he paid par would all I... th,more interesting | tlcular attention to the causes of IMI ...jviit hud so much varictv. the Kmpire and then founded th 'Weal Indies Parliamentary Com%  LONDON. Juno b Sir Percy Hurd, who founded the original West Indie. ParbapsU|p ((f hrj wn ^^ 0hw ( ommittee.^dledmLonVard(i mon often known M ^^.^ Oliver Burke late Sergeant of Barbados Fire Brigade, deceased. Mr W W Reece. K C. ins true ted by Haynes & Gnfllth for the petitioner Petition of Harold Vincent Greaves of Church Village. S< Philip. Retired Cm|Hirnl of Pulice t. estate of his wife Rhoda Lauretta Greave* late of St.t Hill St Michael deceased Mr D II L Ward Instructed 1 'i I %  .S.I %  t. S,,l, ',„ f, I the petitioner. The erUal admitted were IhoM of John Archibald Marshal I Pi .HI,. Irene Barrow and Mose* Altman. late of ChriM Qnireh; Ch a rl ai Ernest Russell. Irene Alherlha Whittaker. late "f St Mi.n.irl; Pit7-Merbert Bascombe Jns1li Wijigins. liite of St OeorfO thought of the patient nia rase or one uf a^>penl.v, they would not be getting anywhere near the sense Excellency said that it was f satisfaction which Uiat noble ppolntlng that no male PHdawtOP was capable of giving nurse had received a prize and his them They should give a great wife and himself would give one deal of thought and study to the for the best practical male nurse patten) as n human l>cing in a next year. Scull situation and as each of He said : The nursing profession them leactod to such situations In one of the noblest vocations in %  variety Of ways, there would be the world and it is important that %  study which should be of absorball of you who volunteer for this inn Intereat to :hcm. areal service to the public should recognise that it truly is a vocaHis, Own World Uon and not a profession which They had to understand th.it une enter-, for the primary purpose when In* psjttenl came into hosof making a living. To really sueplU his own world ceed in a vocation, it is essential with him. He could DOf leave d that '(iu put "self" aside and behind it the rate "i door of the strive only ta help others by putwai the irmlsof his ting their needs first, it require* everydu hi, Ins i, ..is tot lu> tremendous patience on your parl .it his absence for persons who are sick in body from hi.me. and the feais that he usually tumbled in mind and might not return The) should apt to be unreasonable But reraefBbe patience la DAI enough and skill were real to Mm, Then they ould du ,i better job of nursing which U reflected in the awards made to-day is essential. Hut may I utter a word uf warning, it ipplfc %  lo aii diplomas, 11 nd budget. Ul all pHifcwaons and ii all countries. Don't Deceive Yourselves Do not deceive yourselves that ,ain thai you are fully qualified and require dot i thinking of thigh hone oi further instruction or advice fa I I it your work because you have a "' the piece of paper which states you '" have qualified in this or that art laid, "and i The paper is only, as it were, your unles* %  it onl) .. t oi 'i uctlon. They hail t.. be prepared adapt tin : tech individual patient and always malncbeerful and hopeful which was the Breatful outcome I illness 1 (o do all this." he never Bad :sful in "tools of trade". It is the daily doing, then we can say that we practical experience, whether you have deserved well of this good are a qualified doctor, nurse, lawhospital and. more important still yer or engineer which is the most deserved well of the community important training of all. Too which we serve." DECISION VARIED A dedst G ninth varied T, CM ,i o| Mr G B POUea Magistrate esterday by Mr G and Mr H DtM-iw Absolut** Matin Vaughn" Judges of the Assistant | Court of Appeal. Ml OrifRUl had fined Alwln Lampill of Spring Farm. St Joseph, tS when he found him guilty of exceetling th. Mead Imli ii.dr v;ng the car 0-t* nn Witerfords Road on April 29. Lamplti'i lh?ee* | ; to 13 and confirmed the i %  n peed I n I im tord Rood li :* i ,l, "' r i,m Lamplti wee eelng at i 1/1 the Court for Uivotce ami inial Causes yesterday Hi. Honour the Chief Judge, Sir Allan Colly nioie, pronounced dccrci absolute Ui tho suit of W. II Wlnte (Petitioner) M. N Whin (Respondent) and E. H King (Guardian ad litem) In this suit lecree fdel was pronounced on %  \pril 21 this year. ) 11. L Ward instructed by Mr K. C. Browne of Messrs Hut.hiiiMin & Banlleld appear.ii f,„ the pettttonei The Querdlen nil Idem was represented by Mr K K Walcott K.C. lnstrucle.1 by Meiers. G. L. W Clarke & Co eeree rdal was also pronouuccii ,,. the MM if M. T Arthi.i i petitioner) and L. c Arttun (|tes|.nd.iill Decree nisi wus %  ranted on April 28 la-t Patltlonei was repn-sentcl hv Mr .1 I T Rrnncker Instructed l>> M. o.l W Clafka and Co V> VMMrWWrW NOW FRESH IT III \ A PlfiEOX CHOW get your supply from H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-Aota. .,. %  %  ,. i %  H M.. . C RNta i Mi-nn i-. :>,... %  ii m ar e s, A catu • i. I..-a i. M.Lc.l i' .' i l*iiiiip>. p srar> A Wall I IKAT NATUHAI Mil \. 1 MCDiriNr j ,1., TIIINlilMi ART* M M I. NATVBAISViaMCKS I l.,|„ > I'rur .r.lub %  wH 1 n Ran D > MKim IM I M . I'.... A., vrnu-iNR p Wikli.h T,.ui Nalural H. %  n URSULINE CONVENJ PRIZE DRAWING %  a rniii* I-1U7I MM ..! I i oo %  "-' o< c. I A ptsrti HARRISONS SIRIt YOU M BUYING A PAIR WHY NOT TRY THE *} CELEBRATED "K" BRAND WE HAV1 RECENTLY RECEIVED A HIW SHIPMENT INCLUDING (iENTS OXFORDS is I'lllMi (IT WILLOW ( AI.K (BSOWN) IND mix ( IU (BUM Ki \i TY IN I DIFTERENT I AST8 AND FITTINGS \\ II'II AND \\ lTHOI'T BED HEKLS -K" SIKM S AUK MADE IN ENGLAND KHOM THE riNEST MATERIALS PROCURABLE AND WE HAVK.A SHAPE AND A FITri'..; nm ALL NORMAL FEET BUY K \NI> in SITU: 0F mot COMIOST AND SATISFACTION, HARRISONS BROAD ST. LOCAL AGfNTS iif .^..... .... i.. n.i 1 lUlr. TDKVIBo* ol *i Trt*Up* A OBUHW 1-4(1 > ll.iuHw ClSMll l'..r — Trrii.th a, stn %  CONSTABLE HAD TIRING BACKACHE Dodd't I',II: Helped So That He Fell Like a "Million" I % %  a P*IM> ••MaUbb. tt •'•< • al i-. -nl*ul th —WilJ l.lp Iredtfi KHIMF I'.I 1 LI .--" a*haf>. . i— holll.. al Itodd'l KiJnr, (ML >"d I I'll Ua 'million THIS CHAP LOOKS PLEASED WITH LIFE HE SMOKES "DOBIES" FOURSQUARE PIPE TOBACCO. oft* people having led an *-TMIK MOTOR at riON i Police Bi • modelled dc TRANSPORT tho Centra! nw being rested. In the past vehicles were forced to use the garage at the back of the Police Compound, and this made it very difficult for them to get In and out of the Station. The Commissioner said yesterdav that when this new garage is completed all the vehicles will be under one roof, and will be able to move off without delay. T IVF.NTV-MNE IBAI OLD Mi H.igh I. Shearer, one of the Jamaican delegates who attended the I-abour Course held in Ba'rbado* during August and December 1MB. has recently been appointed lo two new positions created by the BIT IT. in the union executive. — Island Supervior and Chief Arbitral!' Officer Mr Shearer joined the Union at an early age He has been K S.A C councillor since 1847 academic nualillcation ' %  thi-. are experts and have nothing lo learn. For nurses, their training extends to their whole period of %  trvtce for every patient is almost as different in personality as their fingerprints. Something More Further, you need something more than a technique of nursing. succeed in your vocation you should have a moral reassurance deep as the religious faith which motivated Florence Nightingale a century ago. Your mental inftu' ence over patients is no less im'' purtant than the sclentUb %  of pharmacology placed at your idisposal It may be heretical i < such n gathering as this that I heUava the power of healing through the mind is one of the mosl powerful drugs known to medicine and lhat power is to a very large extent in the hands of the mining profession. Finally, on behalf of this assembly. I congratulate all who have received awards to-day and wish M eeaM the newly qualified nurses every success in the future and pray lhat they will find satisfaction and happiness in the vocation which they have chosen. Vote of Thanks ,-ing a vote of thanks. Dr O'Mahony said that some of them ight feel that they were then thoroughly accomplished in the profession of nursing. Ollici ol them, and those he preferred might feel that they should really never consider themselves so efficient thai they might not strive : >i more and more perfection in the difficult art of nursing. What's on Today KeclmenUI Sports at Garrison Savannah at 3 00 p m Openinx of Leewards Pavilion at Foster Hall. St. I.uev at 4.30 p m Foothill .1 Kenniiifton at VIO p m "Alexandrina" Limps To Guadeloupe With damaged masts and Ml I master the 31 -ton schooner Alrrandnna R that the was limping towards Guadeloupe, andnxn It was moving at a very) I according lo a cablegram recetvHa had to supply 111 lal th* local Harbour and Shipping crew with food. : Department yesterday. Th cablegram was sent by the The AUxanttrine R motor ship Caraihe which can,.' -as on Its way up with the AU-xandria P. Lucta 'o Barbados with ; latitude 16 24 North longitude i-argo. On Sale at KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES /•.v/.v/.v.v.',v.v/.-.v.-.v.-.v.v.v,v,v.v.v.v.'.-'.-. I? VM AVtll.MU.i: l.\ IAJ III IIMil MOUELS al CeCBTESY (.AlfAf.l Whipk (IIOIII III 'IIIO.M I.TII.I Dul 4191 I



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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. niSE 17, 1M ficUlib (fallinq Even In This Heat These Sweaters Look Cool— H %  GovtnxN aimed by | Uown inspected the camp at do* Kegimenl at UM quarter,, J'. lh< I : torning at lu o'cl Arrived on Wednesday A HRIYING from Now YOr* on Wednesday via Jamaica Iq HWIA was Ml Thorn.""'). Ife of Mr. Li Thompson, the new addil tnul who arrive* May 32nd. H accompanied by theii etfen!eeti-yeai-old -on Jin n who hn< Ix-cn al school n Summer Holiday • with ha Jimmy will he returntn| In September ID. •he ivs POnafi v ^ .itr> The Thomnaon Evantan". T.m Hock Left Yesterday M ISS MARY UURHAM. WD4 ha* been spending two and a half monlhi' holiday in Barbados returned to B.G. yaati B.W.IA. Via Trinidad. Miss Durham ii on the Telephone Company'i start in Georgetown and she was staying at the "Savoy". Bay Street. Returning to Live M Rr PAUL MAHTYH. told mc a* Thursday shortly b. .'OIL lafl ior Grenada alter two weeks" Holiday in Barbados, that he will be giving up his job as Entertainment Manager at the Santa Maria Hotel and returning to Barbados in about two weeks to live. He was staying with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Charters at 'New Haven.'" St. Peter. Temporarily Supervising M R CYRIL H HOBSON retired Manager of uV local branch of Barclays Bank is temporarily supervising the office of the Antigua Syndicate Estates during the absence of Mr. A. Moody Stuart who has gone to England to Join his family on the occasion of the marriage of his eldest daughter Marlon. lntrmns.t M ISS HlDLEll. O.B.E.. who has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Perowne in Barbados until recently has arrived in England She will make a short stay there, before joining the Perowne'* in Cyrenalca. where Mr. Stewart Perowne is now Political AdVtStt to the Emir. Miss Rldlar will not be a stranger to the Arab world. as she was formerly engaged on educational work in Palestine Registrar Slip* H UGH SPRINGER of Barbados, the Registrar of the West Indian University, who is at present in England, hag had the bad luck to go into hospital Runnlng for a bwa la London he' slipped and fractured hit kneecap and had to bo taken to National Temperance Hospital It is understood that he went to England to recruit staff for the University. To Join Husband L EAVING for British Guiana vesterdav morning via Trinidad by B.W.I A. was Mrs. Cecil Jordan. She has gone to join her husband who has been there for about two months, having recently joined the staff of Messrs. Booke. Bros, in Georgetown. Their two children Tuny and Janltv accompanied her. Mr. Jordan's mother Mrs. Edna Jordan also made th-> trip. She will be away for about two weeks Paris Study M ICHAEL NAI'IrK of D wa, in London last *Mh v %  • mg firm making g| i peari He I but is thinking of tag French, Liu rature or F He will probably no on Autumn (erm bagtl up his Pr—ch He Is an old lodge hoy the lests B Aintrtnlrt H-sjQBN E. L I ifinaaji] > "'"/i and ui .. .r...inotg comfortablj settled egWatl i I!..I arnica tbag have secured tor the %  ummer, Jimmy, \* in England •fir leM mg Hauwn It is his first visit tn KngLiml .Jack From U.S. Visit M R AND MRS. ALBERT HUGHES and their small daughter returned from the U.S. on Wednesday evening via Puerto Rico by B.W.IA. They have been in New York .11,1 Maasai MivM'U'.'•* TiviM .1 Ru pert and \liranda — 19 Kut*r AKuUt thar g ,, tiin ,ht< h nested die doll wry firmly. Yau iff vrry !.'.tiled little i ism. I'm ousts ur* %  %  faa'd • you to |enn ler, *.. to Icamltf vo SMM gs r lion* trd don'r rw T*km* h.h.dd. h* SMS out 4 J S->ne by %  an tilled to bear • All (list mnSea a 1, 1'ragie red mar be eiaoK. iei 2. 3u.cn a door lowas invitiiig. ii j Kod pule or uercb HI !*'• %  • •pciiud tor thla. •*• 0 An aciiff for all. (SI 1U How rim cam* memm a aUrrUo cup. (41 |l Tlir uu<~ld of Btdje. (SI i.v It Down to a T. (,l 16 tiii way has aothlai t* ao aata Ju.i tn un to fold nia 1ft di and "teal i:entiy aw*y. tai Leonard* epeelal glaas. Jwl Hnw oisny nuva no nirtb-ea i an .,' %  : %  ....""Si. i B .,.V-.X. ii • % %  1. SJSfai E I oil'wan; BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMHKR • %  -uperh from a Hollywood Knit:. 111. COSt till 8s. (Id. Ifiu inccr Buds Dannsiibur" —L E.s Speedy Recovery M R PERCY VINCENT war an J Groin Trinidad bv HWIA on Thursday. 'Tootle". I imlUarly known by his Iriends, wa* the Accountant in the Trinidad Office of the Royal i. '.i, %  BM many years, and Is now retired He is a patient at Dr H H. Bavley's Clinic and Carlb wisno bbtl i speedy raeoi arj Off to the U.S.A. M R LISLE MORRIS of Bos(obelle. St. Andrew, left on Thursday murnlng b) l; w i A for the USA vi., Pi* rto Id... There, he will be staving with his sisU-r Mrs. V in Brooklyn. .uplnos pink elephant model i Returning to the Leewards H ONOURABLE SYDNEY I HKISTIAN and Mi>. I Uan <>f Antigua had a pgrlv of one hundred and twenty fjuastl on Jim. i*:h at the residence of Mr. and Mrs Alfred Peters On this occasion they celebrated the Uorl in dentistry of Mr Reginald Sydney Qhrlstlan -t Howard University. The young lbs son of Mrs. Vera Chrlsttan He was recently married to MISS Fay Lee of Himlui.. Texas, who has a diploma in dental hvgiene. Dr. Christian • xpeets to return to practise in %  srd islands. eaters off-theardigan High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women O NE effect of the entry ol radio and film stars Into championship golf is that tedious descriptions of golf matches are giving place to tedious dcftcrlptiuns of the antics of the rtart Whether golf is a duller subject than the %  rn fl u and jests of the dols I leave to those vrtsD CSTI I straw about ell her. But I hope that somebody like Mr Blnatn will be Invited to play for Lancashire In a cricket match; and if Miss Betty Grable could i>brought over to piny %  Wimbledon, Mr. Danny Kaye to row at Henley, and Mr Humphrey Bogart to ride at Ascot, the atason would be > %  .! %  i dnndy. Tim — and thv buffvr ptml S TEEL having been taken on* the ration, you would naturally expect tlnplate to be released at the same time But no. And why? Aha, Because of the UttSf failure of attempts to establish :i buffer pool. Production governv the situation. Without production there can be no distribution, and the present price mstthantam a necessary accompaniment to the manipulation of the exchang/i rates, forces down the price and prevents stabilisation, and so hinders the allocation of reserves A team of tin cxjicrts recenll-. undertixjk a journey in Afghanistan. The report published on their return emphasises the fait that It Is shortage of tlnplate which Is keeping it on the ration. This Is only part of the truth, the real trouble is the lack ol g buffer pool of some sort. %  ftaWaj Hi-lhoth / Kiluvution A N American paper reports the ** election of the Most Popular Professor. When la that his class is bored to death with u lecture, he 'hurl, egns. Ares a pistol, or pulls whits mit* out of an empty hat." Thai secures the attention of I he DWtl disgruntled dullard. But prevention is better than euro could hold them tan the I.I % %  minute if he ontorad Ins locturo hall on n camel, poured all over his notes and set tire to his chair. I %  1 at the students, and b bagpiper in a buck i to play an accompaniment to his lecture. "r>'# are just /Wf/ir/s" E VERY mornins SU eveninK, with siikcunm re %  ilarlty. these words .ire attrll to some girl who has danced a man, or divorced him, or him up on lbs telophon seen talking to him I think that the people who | 1 daily pubUdty ore beginning W mutter these words ID then sleep. The other dai s roan ai i %  irlfi rei togW A stranger ipproachad them, bui before he could speak or photograph tiieni, the> .said together, With a smile. "We friends." NEWS! Children's SHOES UillTK HI ( K I liar :!'>—'> S2.S9 11\—l's 1.112 TAN & BLACK I Bar %  IlMinclivc" Brand .:.-' S2.J7 i 7'a—10 2.78 ll'a— 1' 3.341 AIM, TAN & WHITE SANDAI.S —Crepe S,les S:t'i: I H I % WS and WIIITFIELIIS Your ShinStnrf t0nm-0> Iit-iiiifht CASUARINA CLUB H rj %  %  ; i-f .ii.. u dUMM. Oaa'i drl.iy irntiiMMi a -nrli day. I •our III* nay ba la rktnga*. il-..ni.iliKnown M llri miainalalssnTi ss% ^ ItO %  AI (Worim'n^ < %  AII/aTY (The Garden) ST. JAMES SATt'RI>AY and St NI>AY—8.30 P.M. MONOT.KAM presents (1st Inat of Serial! Illl 4M IMI!\<. II\M Srfth JACK MLLHALL Jt'HAKi KKNNEDY The M, DotaetlVa Shu The Western Action Plclare JOHNNY MACK 111IOWN n tiVX TALK MOM. A ttm H -• P 1" (tad Instalment of Serial) ( i.i tCBDfO HANI* AJSQ The Action llrama %  •St'Sl'llNSI." BARRY SUUJVAM WMD & HIM;g30 p m (Final Instalment of SerUUf ( %  .ITCHING IIANll Also. The Action Western "PAN HANDLII" with ROD CAMERON M'Hlll MATIMl SfNHAY IK. at 4 30 P M I'.ithe llaiilile Feature 'NIGHT BOVI* TO UIB1JN" with Raymond 'Lovell and -Mm MilHAVT iwith the Men of Royal CanadUn Nav> •• VIII III HEARTS' ALWAYS m Ollt PLAZA HHt YOI It III I 11 It ENTERTAINMENT I From Monday, 19th June, our Office and Departments will be closed to business from U a.m. to 12 Our working hours will therefore be :— Mondays lo Fridays \ 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. |12 noon to 4 p.m. Saturdays 8 a.m. to 12 noon This general closedown for the breakfast hour has ISCKMd OH in the inti-rcsta of our customers in ordtr lo avoid inconvenience and delays. Our customers are accordingly asked to co-operate by arranging their shopping in accordance with the above timetable. BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. LOCAL TALENT AUDITION Sunday morning 9.30 a.m. All are invited


{ wird

‘ Fh

’ rice: /

FIVE-CENTS
Near 55.

Saturday.
June 17
1950.

ATTLEE AND BE

- 30-Year Mother

Hypnotised

Awakes To Find 6b. Girl
Painless Birth

LONDON, June 16.
30-YEAR-OLD woman woke up here today after a
five-hour sleep, and found she was the mother of a six
and a quarter pound baby girl.
She sat up in bed and took Gillian Alexis into her arms,
“T’ve never felt so well in my life”, she said.
The tired but triumphant Irishman who had made possible
the painless birth, was Dr. Alex Hammel, who had put Mrs
Gladys Burkwood into a hypnotic trancé as soon as she
experienced the first pain. Looking fresh and radiant, the
eri iets ——-yinew mother felt ravenously hun-
gery. Nurse M. Powell, London

Aduncate
IN ARE ANGRY

‘Over Labour Party’s Policy
_ Statement On Europe

Arrested |

On Spy
| Charge
|
|









‘

Dalton Believed Target

LONDON, June 16
PRIME MINISTER Clement Attlee today visited
Mr. Ernest Bevin in hospital and, it is believed,
gave him an account of yesterday's Cabinet Meet-
ing, at which a clash developed over the Labour

Party’s manifus.o on European unity.
Political quarters think he also discussed the rough handling
he received from Conservatives in Parliament yesterday
over the apparent conflict between . official Government
policy on the Schuman Plan and the manifesto’s rejection
of present schemes for European union.
= Publication of the Labour

Party’s document, it is suggested
in political quarters, seems defin-

NEW. YORK, June 16

The arrest on spy charges of a
former United States Army non-
1¢ ymmissioned Officer, who the
Government said warked “on the
| itomic . bomb itself’ was an-
| hounced* to-day, He was identi-
fied by the Federal Bureau of In-
| vestigation (the G-men) as David
Greengrass, a

—e



former technical

THE ONLY WAY

LONDON,

Conservative member of
Parliament Sir David Max-
well Fyfe told a London
audience that he was com-
pletely in favour of one piece
of nationalization.

“I am in favour of the
nationalization of crime, bé-
cause it is the only way of
making sure that crime does
not pay.” —(I.N.S.)

Socialist
Drags “U.N.”
Into Sugar

(From Our Own Correspondent.)
LONDON, June 16.

The question of the British
Government’s sugar undertakings
under United Nations agreements |
is to be raised in the House of
Commons on Monday. Dr. H. M. '
King, Socialist, will ask Mr. ,
Maurice Webb why Britain under-
takes to buy 250,000 tons under
UN agreements, when the United
States of America reserves only
45,000 tons under the same obliga-
tions.

In addition Dr. King will ask
whether, in any new agreement,
a greater amount will be. pur-
chased from the West Indies.

Two Killed
In Air Crash

BOMBAY, June 16.
A twin engined plane of the
Indian air line, Air India, crashed
early today near Masulipatam
east coast port, killing the pilot
and one passenger. Several pas-
sengers were injured. The air-
craft was on a charter flight
between Bombay and Hyderabad.
Further details were not yet avail-
able. An airline official said the
aircraft crashed after the _ pilot
attempted to make an emergency
landing, Those injured included
the radio officer and two bullion

merchants of Bombay.
—Reuter.







TWO PLANES CRASHED
TO PREVENT EXPOSURE

two Air France skymaster

County Council district nurse who
delivered the baby, brought her
two boiled eggs, toast and tea.

The 48-yeareclId dector, whe
was trained at Queen’s University,
Belfast, has been studying hypno-
tism for some years, This is the
first confinement he has carried
out under hypnosis.

Better Than Hoped For

“The result has been better
than I could have hoped for,” he
said today. “The most amazing
thing was the way in which the
patient obeyed every command I
gave her. She was completely co-
operative, although she remem-
bers nothing of course.”

EVERTON WEEKES did a smart piece of fiolding at gully to stap a
ahin’s deliveries; during the Old Trafford Test Maich. Wieket-k ope
ton also.—Central Press

Touring Team.
Arrives



Mrs. are who already poh
has two children, was sent to j
see the doctor a_ fortnight FIRST MATCH MONDAY | W EBB MAK
ago, as the nurse was worried Thirteen members of the Mal-
about her blood pressure. Dr. vern Football Club arrived from
Hammel was so impressed with} Trinidad yesterday afternoon by
her pleasant personality, whichfB W.I.A., shortly before six
was both placid and intelligent,F o'clock. Accompanying the team | (From Our Own
a he ity she would be anf was ine President Mr. James
eal subject for hypnosis. Grosvenor with his wife Se oi Aled ee N
Trance Succeeds They are the guests of the! Sugars talks between B.W.1,
Next day, accompanied by her] Spartan Football Club } decisive turn. The Food Min
mother, Mrs. Burkwood allowed The team is as follows: Cariton a definite written offer to the
a tae Soap ae her into Hinds, (Capt), Carlton Lewis, |
rance. e€ result was so success-§ Kenny Akal, Hicks Garcia, Hugo ¢ > iriffi % ig
ful that the visits were repeate¢# Emmanuel, Paul Carr, | Edgar | ee ae ey be
every day, and she was put inte § weTair, Lio Lynch, Carl Drayton, MUNIStEL OF tale: zt m O10
a trance for 20 to 30 minutes each Car) Walrond. Carl Mills, Poyntz} half discussion at the Coloni
time. cee Carty and Clyde Manners. ‘The
The baby's father, a 35-year- remaining member of the team |
ald Post Office van driver, said:} yon, Bleckman is “expected toe
“It was the most incredible thing nar F ‘ : i

I ever saw.” He has called the
baby Alexis for her second name,
as a mark of gratitude to Dr
Hammel,

Father of two teen-age daugh-

Carlton Hinds told the Advocate
that the team was a well balanced
one, and this was the first tour,
besides a vis t to Tobago, that the

|

'

: .| Malvern Club had made. The
or
ald He wished ‘nie’ wite “coura{ team possessed several "Inter:
have had her children by hypnosis} COlonial players, Carlton Lewis, |

Kenny Akal, Paul Carr and him+ |
self had recently returned from}
the Trinidad tour to B.G.
Their regular Captain was
unable to frake the trip and he,
as Vice-Captain of the team, was| |
skippering the side. |
The team will play a series of | |
five matches, the first on Monday |
June 19th against the Colts, their
second match would be against
Spartan and there ‘would be three
tests. They are due to return tp

One of the most interesting fea-
tures of the case was the intense
happiness experienced by the
mother when she first saw the
baby. In normal confinements,
the extreme exhaustion of the
mother usually marred this mo-
ment.—Reuter,

TIGHTEN SPY LAWS
OTTAWA, June 16.
The Canadian Government with





an eye on the international | trinidad on July 2nd. y
character of Communist espionage, | Neville “Medford, Captain of | &
today tightened its anti-spy laws|spartan and Mr. Critchlow! 4
by doubling the maximum penalty | Watthews. Secretary of the!

and broadening the scope to
cover offences outside Canada
—Retter.

Spartan Club as wel! as several!
members of the Spartan team were}

at Seawell to meet the team 3-Legged

British Vessel Kid Born |
Mined Off China





16-month-old Alpine goat





we



t by Hutton off one of Rama-
Walcott stood ready: and Hut-

Malvern | GOMES S TILL

OPTIMISTIC
ES WRITTEN
OFFER TO WEST INDIES

Correspondent)
LONDON, June 16.
and H.M.G. have taken a
istry is believed to have made
: West Indian Delegation when

the delegates met Mr. Maurice Webb, Minister of Food, Mr.

‘retary and Mr. John Dugdale,
ial Affairs for an hour and a
al Office this afternoon.

A brief joint statement by the

nos atone bomb project in New
Mexico in 1945

He was charged
siving atomic secrets to
Gold, a

ergeant assigned to the Los Ala-

with
Harry
Philadelphian,
acussed of acting as intermediary
between British atomic scientist
Klaus Fuchs, admitted Russian
Spy, and a Communist spy ring,
Greengrass was arraigned shortly
after the announcement of his
arrest and held in $100,000 bail.

The United ‘states Attorney
Said that Greengrass had told the
F.B.I. that if he had not had a
Wife and children he was “think-
ing of running away or commit-
ting suicide,”

The Federal Bureau of Investi-
gation also announced to-day the
arrest of Dr. Sidney Weinbaum
aged 52, a scientist of the Califor-
nia Institute of Technology who
was formerly with its jet propul-
sion laboratory —Reuter.



Suspect
Sabotage

DEVONPORT, Devon June 16.
_ Admiralty police were today
investigating a case of suspected

Colonial Office and the B.W.I.' sabotag rd é 5

. a age on board a_ destroyer
delegation to the effect that the here A spokesme
meeting was held and that an- danse Narmietlty spakeemen

other meeting had been arfanged
for next week is all that has been
ea released on today's meet-
ng.

But it is understood that nego-
tiations have’ left the stage of
memoranda exchanges and have!
now entered a stage of free discus- |
sions. The Food Ministry is thought
to have made a definite written
offer to the West Indies Delegation
which wtll be considered by the





sald damage had occurred to elec-

trical machinery in a battle class
destroyer Urania. Because of a
misunderstanding in signalling
the Admiralty first believed the
incident had taken place on another
destroyer H,M.S, Matapan,
Urania is in the Reserve Fleet,
Plymouth, Command. Leave for
the ship’s naval personnel was
stopped. Names and addresses
of dockers working on the destroy

members of the Communist Cen-

of the staff of the left-wing Aka-
hata
lected the application because of

Agency

re






HUGH DALTON

‘No Proof’ Says!
Jap Court

TOKYO, June 16
The Tokyo District Court today

rejected an application by Japan's,
Communist Party for a writ which
would restrain
from banning
nists from political activity,

the Government
leading Commu-

The Government, it was ebaim-
ed, planned to “neutralise 24%
tral

Comipittee and 17 members

newspapers, The Court re-

‘lack of proof’ the Kyodo News
reported. The application



delegates at a meeting Monday|er were taken An Admiralty | claimed the “purge” wag an in-
morning at the West India Com-| official said tonight it was not] fringement of human rights pro-
mittee rooms yet possible to state the cause of claimed by the Potsdam Declara-
It is understood also that at to-| the damage in the Urania, jut} tion and guaranteed by the con-
day’s meeting Mr. Gomes, leader|jt was learned here that the| *titution.—Reuter,
oa ae Sate ey oe. eee as authorities after initial investiga-
pseee! rovernment fvel¢ion believe it is possible that fe. .
one gre te sate carelessness and not deliberate be humacher Injured
to answer next week. sabotage may have been to blame. BIELEFELD, British Zone,
The B.W.L. delegation officials’ The Admiralty s a i d pr ” saser June 16
reply to the British Government's | Statement that a generator became West German Social Demo
refusal last week for the addi-|0Vetloaded in the Urania and that cratic leader Dr, Kurt Schumacher
tional tonnage of sugar requestea,| there was no evidence at present had a car accident today while
was conveyed to the Ministry of, that the situation was caused | arriving from Cologne to Minden
Pood yesterday, A significant fact maliciously north-east of Bielefeld, ‘The
about the B.W.I. reply is. that —Reuter. Social Democratie Party office

contrary to normal practice, it has
not, and IT understand will not, be
published yet,

Broad smiles lit up the faces
of members of the delegation as



Two To Die



: 1
. | gave birth to a three-legged ewe|they emerged from the Colonial For Murder
OF CURRENCY RACKET HONG KONG, June 16. | kid last Thursday at Green Park | Office conference room this after- 3 = :
: Salvage craft were ordered to-| Lane. The kid, which is one of/"00n. But after exchanging a Tew _PORT-OF-SPAIN, June 1¢

5 ¥ nig to rush the sannance of| two, is quite normal apart from| words with them. 1 was, able to] “Keep your, hed on git! John
y pape the British ship “Anhui (3,494) its missing leg- and what seems | oe ne op mals c note be- | Mahammed. o ebe tolc a wife
London ews rs tons) mined to-day off the South} to be an extra pair of ears Dee Say ra Lely i aig cod roo J ve i a See eee

: “hing y y wi 700} sless, this »s not he er the} ve: é ie hote 1| Johnny Simon were sentenc
LONDON, June 16, mires a = ore wane a for a eertas it Cd seen| tonight, Gomes said: “As I have] ceath in the San Fernando Assize
THE LONDON NEWSPAPERS today published —| pry reports said the British| skipping and jumping around the | already said, we are continuing|Court on Thursday. They were
prominently—reports suggesting that sabotage caused they jreighter “Hanyang” (2,876 tons)| yard. lieayve, whieh ta a good. cue, must] fina atec cea re Sab emeee et
Sas. ee rene ies. the) was Ore aes fe el -_ aisa. ste ge ear ‘hat| rea; its just pew ard.” af Mount Stewart, Pr ‘noens Town

j ; Hy ; ‘ as 5 ai ¢ age ery 2ased and is co ) é . ® ‘ ve | : u > 55 4
Persian Gulf. The Liberal News Chronicle saic_: ‘Money| Passengers but details See it will live. She said that people| Asked when the delegation} While the jury took 20 minutes
Wyermee Pianes They “Had at i> Racer The “Anhul”, bours| came up to 11 p.m. on the day of ‘Would be returning’to the West|to reach a verdict, Mahammed

* 3 ately nown, e ’ my oe

Smugglers Feared Men in
Facts On Huge Racket.”



for Swatow from Singapore via| its birth to catch a glimpse of it

A report from the newspaper’s Hong Kong, was crossing the Bar| The kid is

lively and is getting on |



Spartan and Everton meet this

cannot rule out the possibilities of
afternoon at Kensingion in the

sabotage.” The official said «jf Hong Kong,



5 skout Com- ; Dae

petition” Ren saboteur could have used an cid Reuter
Spartan who were last year's or corrosive liquid to damage the
Knockout. champions took the wires without the most observant

Harriman Gets

trophy for this competition from

" . e.
Everton who won it in 1948 Tue corr

mechanic noticing it,







It will be interesting to see thts spondent suggested that if sabo-~
afternoon whether Spartan will ‘tage were aimed at French officials A New Job
retain their hold on the champion- in Indo-China on their way (o
ship of the Knockout competition . ‘ a 13%: y ay
or Whether Everton will regain jhe France for a conference on June WASHINGTON, ae 16 ;
possession of it, which they lost 25, the saboteurs would have to President Truman today ap-}
to_Spartan: last year ; be sought in the ranks of the| pointed Mr. Averell Harriman
opr ion «ties, Tele a Pann Indo-Chinese Communists. to his new duties as special as-
team, the winners of this season's : the” ‘Giesident His
B.A.F.A. championship to a draw : sistant to 1€ r nt. Hi
this season, and this will be their But the victims, he said, includ-| duties will be to help the Presi-
‘hid, sneounter. A win either way ed two men who may have been] dent to carry out the nation’s!
eee ete, the argument with | |menaced by a very different group| broad international responsibili-
regard to the relative strength of f i
these two teams in Indo-China—one concerned in| ties.
an amazing currency racket said Mr. Harriman is at present
TABLE TENNIS jto involve sums amounting ‘o| United States special representa-
The following are the matches 1 £35 000,000. tive im Europe-for the Economt
to be played to-night in the ’ ? - is-| ; - ra ore
“Handicap” Competition and In- An Air France spokesman dis-| Cooperation Administration with
ter-Club K.O. at 6.30 p.m missed as “pure fantasy” the| the rank of Ambassador
ets Phin London press report that the two To succeed him in that post
Shields Sy: Higa , | lair disasters were the result of|the President nominated Mr
Worrell vs. Stoute | sabotage to prevent exposure of| Milton Katz of Massachusett
Harding vs. Greenidge a currency smuggling racket. | Mr. Harriman’s assistant in
The independent Leftwing| Europe.
newspaper pre cure aaa Mr. Katz, wil] have the rank
correspondent, Francois Jean Ar-| of Ambassador. —Reuter
WL Get £3,391 morin, was killed in me ~— Sky- omnes
master when ‘returning from a}
Fro Ti t M t h reporting tour in Indo-China,, POLICE GET RADIO CARS
rom 1£e8 ate

published a letter from Armorin!
stating that he had been threat-|
ened with death by a man named |

(Barbados Advocate Corresponds
KINGSTON



MANCHESTER, June 16



tow is about 150 miles north east|



w—,|Paris correspondent started by| : .| fine

asking “Have 83 men, women-and Loupved here thas the atic wae Iialeeael abel illu
SPORTS GIMIDE ME: SEBS ete, Fo Marat SAGRtNy badly damaged but still afloat. Dot And Car

RiMMEe feckeeee SE Big Veet She is under command of Cap-! ry
WINDOW He quoted an official of Aiv|‘#in A. Naismith, with Britisi:| COPENHAGEN

France on Bahrein as saying “we| OMficers and Chinese crew. Swa-) a Jersey cow belonging to a
| Danish farmer recently fractured
ja front leg As the cow wa
| valuable for breeding purposes,

ithe vet decided to amputate. , The
janimal has since been provided
|} with a wooden leg and is ap-

parently quite happy



- Two Executed

PRAGUE, June 16

} Ex-Major Jaromir Nechansky
jancd V. Wahl, sentenced to death
| ou April 22 for espionage and high
{treason, were executed today
i Nechansky was a 34—year~—old
| British trained war-time para-

trooper, and Wahl a 28—year-old
student who.was a resistance
sader the war

luring

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NEW YORK, June 16
i Today the revolt in Peru “calls
Jatteniion again to the unhappy,
jexplosive ferment that lies just

| behind the surface in many Latin-

|American countries,” the New

York Times editorial
te

aa in an

Five police radio cars have ar-} today



The official receipts for tt '}Franquini. Franquini, he stated,| rived in Jamaica and are now| A ily Communists are
First Test Match at Old Trafford.| owned the Continental “Cafe in| being used in the training of per- | blamed the latest trouble,” it
Manchester, were £13,204 of which | Saigon, and was “the real boss”| sonnel preparatory to being eclared
the West Indies share was £3,391.|of the city. Armorin in his letter! into service in the Corporate Ar It has become fashionable to
A total amount of 48,45) paid for|stated that Franquini and two The Jamaica Police intend llabel all opposition in Latin-
admission as following First|other men, one called Andreani,| utilise these cars and the radio| A but there is
day—9,498. Second day—10,724.|)ran a chain of gaming houses and | system for the first time to keep|t m in Peru,
Third day—22,759. Fourth day— brothels and paid the Vietnam up-to-the-minute control of police far in order
5,470. @ On Page 3 | patrol work in Greater Kingst aff r



Indies, he replied: “Not until such
time as we get an agreement sat-
isfactory to the people of the West
| Indies.”

| Three Reject
| Red Protest

LONDON, June 16
The British, French and Amer-
ican Governments today rejected
the Soviet Government’s protest
about western policy towards

Trieste, delivered on April 20
In parallel notes presented in
Moseow today, they disclaimed the
Soviet suggestion that Trieste had





been converted into an Anglo-
American naval base. They main-
tained that the western proposal

for returning the free territory
to Italy, made in March 1948 had

been advanced solely on the
ground of the obvious unwork-
ability of the Trieste section of
{the Italian Peace Treaty

Reuter.



EXPLOSIVE FERMENT

MERICA

Since the war, Brazil, Argen
tina, Peru, Venezuela, Panama, E)
Salvador, Bolivia, Paraguay, Chile
and Colombia have all had revolu-
tions or the equivalent

“Military revolts
Juntas are almost al
reactionary and sometimes ist
They are the’ answer — in
the negative to the ferment of
new social consciousness in the
masses, an effort to turn the clock



and
ys







back to the bad old days of the
Caudillos and the Oligriches, or to
prevent the march of time. Peru

an extreme case of that back-
ne Reuter



told friends, “The Bells of St.
Mary’s have rung,” Outside the
court-room as polgce were taking
the two condemned men away,
women relatives kept weeping
end wailing in the presence of a
large crowd,

The trial began on Monday.
After the death sentence was
passed, Maharamed bared his arm
to show the tattoged skull and
cross bone adding “I will die but
my profession will not die, some-
on for me.”

—(C.P.)

body will carry

15 Drowned |
RJAKA, Western India,
June 16,

Fifteen people including a
pumber of girls were drowned off
the Gulf of Cuteh yesterday when
they sailed aboard a local craft
for a pleasure trip in the Arabian
Sea,’ according to reports reach
ing here today

A search party from Bhavangar
left by special train, and elev@n
bodies are reported to have been
traced so far

—Reuter

|What's In A Name?

} ROSARIO, June 16
|



|} Moses Rabinovich’s formal ap-
plication to change his name to
Mario Ranovi is not likely to

prosper because according to the
civil registry here it’s an “honour”
to bear the name of Moses. Un-
like other prophets to whom God
spoke in dreams and visions, he
was his most faithful servant
to whom, He spoke face to face.
| The fact of having this name” the
Assessor of Civil Registry conclud-
ed therefore provide a
r authority to change it.”
—Reuter.



cannot
tive for

\

cancelled

here stated his injuries were not
serious. An electoral party rally
in Minden, however, had to
—Reuter,





be) Erich



itely to have caught both the
Prime Minister and the Foreign
Secretary off balance,

It is not clear yet how much
Mr. Attlee knew beforehand of
the contents of the manifesto. But
it is widely suggested by the
newspapers here that the first he
knew of the statement was from
the papers themselves on Tuesday
morning, and that he is bitterly
angry over the affair,

If this is so, political quarters
are puzzled as to why the Prime
Minister, as a member of Labour's
national executive, did not have at
least a hint of what the policy
statement was going to contain.

Mr. Bevin is not a member of
the National Executive. Work-
ing as he is from a sick bed, the
Foreign Secretary is believed to
be furious about the publication
of the manifesto.

Ever since it was issued un-
favourable reaction has poured in
from abroad, reaching a climax
last night with criticism by Mar-
hall Aid Chief Paul Hoffman.

Mr. Bevin is believed to have
complained to the Prime Minister
that the policy and goodwill he
has built up during past years is
in danger of being greatly dam-
aged. Mr. Bevin has time and
again expressed himself in favour
of close European unity.

The wrath of both the Prime
Minister and the Foreign Secre-
tary is believed to be directed
mainly at . Hugh Dalton,
the Minister of Town and Coun-
try Plannitig, who headed the
Committee which drew up the

“fTabour Party policy statement.

Meanwhile Socialists of 10
nations met in London to-day to
thrash out an agreed policy of
the Schuman Plan for merging
Western Europe's coal and steel
industriés, The secret conference
opened against a background of
bewilderment cnused by the con-
flict between the British Labour
Government official policy and the
Labour Party's manifesto reject-
ing schemes for European unity.
The delegates to-day were wel-
comed by Mr. Hugh Dalton, Min-
ister of Town and Country Plan-

ning and Mr. Morgan~.Philips.
Secretary of the British Labour
Party.

To-day'’s Conference brought

together more than 80 of the top
socialist leaders from all Western
European Nations except Switzer-
land

The three delegates from West-
ern Germnay were led. by Herr
Ollenhaurer, who arrived

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TS Excellency the Governor
accompanied by Capt. W
Lanrbert inspected the cz it
present being held by the Bz
dos. Regiment at their “head-
quéfters at the Drill Hall, yeste:

day“morning at 10 o'clock
Arrived on Wednesday

RRIVING from New York

on Wednesday via Jamaica
by “B.W.1.A. was Mrs Juliette
Thompson, wife of Mr. Leonard E
Thompson, the new additional U.S
Vice Consul who arrived here on
May 22nd.




She was accompanied by thei:
sevénteen-year-old son Jimmy)
who has been at school it
Delaware. He is spending hi

Summer Holidays with his parents
Jimmy will be returning to schoo!
in September and hopes to joi:
the U.S. Foreign Service when h¢
graduates,
The Thompsons are
“Evanton”, Top Rock.
Left Yesterday
ISS MARY DURHAM,
has been spending two and
a half months’ holiday in Barbados
returned to B.G. yesterday by
B.W.LA. via Trinidad, Miss Dur-
ham is on the Telephone Com-

residing at

who

pany’s staff in Georgetown and
she was staying at the “Savoy”,
Bay Street.

Returning to Live

Re PAUL MARTYR, told me

on Thursday shortly before
he left=for Grenada after two
weeks” Doliday in Barbados, that
he will be giving up his job as
Entertainment Manager at the
Santa Maria Hotel and returning
to Barbados in about two weeks
to live. He was staying with Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Charters at “New
Haven,” St. Peter.
Temporarily Supervising

R. CYRIL H. HOBSON retired

Manager of tfie local branch
of Barclays Bank is temporarily
supervising the office of the
Antigua Syndicate Estates during
the absence of Mr. A. Moody
Stuart who has gone to England
to join his family on the occasion
of the marriage of his eldest
daughter Marion.

Intransit
ISS RIDLER, O.B.E., who has

been a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Stewart Perowne in Barbados until
recently has arrived in England.
She will make a short stay there,
before joining the Perowne’s in
Cyrenaica, where Mr. Stewart
Perowne is now Political Adviser
to the Emir. Miss Ridler will not
be a stranger to the Arab world,
as she was formerly engaged on
educational work in Palestine.

Registrar Slips

UGH SPRINGER of Barbados,

the Registrar of the West
Indian University, who is at
present in England, hag had the
bad luck to go into hospital. Run-
ning for a ia London, he*
slipped_and fractured his kneecap
and had to be taken to National
Temperance Hospital. It is under-
stood that he went to England to
recruit staff for the University.

To Join Husband
EAVING for British Guiana
yesterday morning via Trini-

dad by B.W.1.A. was Mrs. Cecil
Jordan. She has gone to join her
husband who has been there for
about two months, having recently
joined.the staff of Messrs. Booker
Bros. in Georgetown. Their two
children Tony and Janice accom-
panied her. Mr. Jordan’s mother
Mrs. Edna Jordan also made the
trip, She will be away for about
two weeks.



Study

NAPIER of Dominica
London last
Cambridge,

ined his uncle's engineer

Paris

M3 HAEL

After

week
Michael
ing firm
in Manchester, but he is now
iking arrangements to study at
he Sorbonne in two
years He has not made up his
what subject to study
yut is thinking of taking either
French, Literature or Philosophy
He will probably go over to Pari
a few weeks before the Autumn
term begins to polish up _ his
French. He is an old Lodge

ihe ‘ests

AnbAWUILAWN-pORN E. L
(“Jimmy”) Cozier and his
wife are now comfortably settled
in the Bayswater Nat in London
whicn they have secured for the
ummer, Jimmy, is in England
to cover the ‘lest matches for
Keulers

It is his first visit to England

ack From U.S. Visit



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mind yet

boy

b

R. AND MRS. ALBERT
HUGHES and their small
daughter returned from the U.S.

on Wednesday evening via Puerto
Rico by B.W.1.A.

They have been in New York
and Massachussetts for over a
month.

Young Reporter
ETURNING to the West Indies
this summer is Mr. Chong
Sing, a young Trinidadian re-
porter who is attending the Colo-
nial Office Course of Journalism

at the London Polytechnic.

He has found the course useful,
but was rather disappointed at
not being given a spell yet on an
English newspaper. He will re-
join the staff of the “Guardian”
on his return to Trinidad.

Mr. Bevin’s Surgeon
R. RODNEY MAINGOT, a
surgeon on the staff of the
Royal Free Hospital is Mr. Ernest
Bevin, the British Foreign Secre-
tary’s Surgeon. Mr. Maingot, aged
56 is Trinidadian born an4 his
reputation is international.

He has lectured at America’s
famous Mayo Clinic, and has pub-
lished numerous writings on
abdominal and gastric surgery.
His wife is an expert photographer
and her pictures illustrate many
of his works.

With Demerara Bauxite
R; AND MRS. JAMES OVER-
TON arrived from British
Guiana on Thursday afternoon by
B.W.1.A, Mr. Overton is with the
Demerara Bauxite Co., at “Ituni”
which is about thirty eight miles
south of McKenzie, and they have
been in B.G. for about two years,
cetgiaelly hailing from Nevada,
The Overtons plan to spend one
week in Barbados at the Hastings
Hotel, before returning to B.G. to

go on a hunting trip in the Hin-
terland.

University Cricketer™ ©
Pp LAYING for Cambridge
against Leicester las: week
was George Griffith of Barbados.
George went ~sp to St. John’s Col-
lege in 194% after winning the
Barbados Scholarship, and last
year he played for the University
in several county matches. Oddly
enough though cricket might be
called the Barbadian’a religion,
no Barbadian has ever been
awarded a Blue in cricket at
either Oxford or Cambridge. It
is hoped that George will be the
first. His father Herman Griffith,
toured both England and Austra-
lia as the fast bowler of the West
Indian team and in Australia he
gained the distinction of bowling
Bradman for a duck!





*

ee

But the prices are hot.
shoulder style worn by Andrea
cost £19 12s. Designer is

On Short Visit
RS. NELLIE ROCK, wife
of the late Garfield Rock, a

Barbadian who was an oculist
in Montserrat, arrived by the
Lady Nelson on Wednesday from

a short visit and
“Allworth”, Cheap-

Montserrat on
is staying at
side,



CROSSWORD



Across
1. He is the one to bring the M.D,

romance. (9) 4
7. A phosphate of lime of grea’
variety of colour. (7)
1l. Dwelling with the side in

middie. (9)
12. Why leave teeny to become
rest.

numerical suffix, (4)
13. Check when train is in
19. End of every horse bridle. (4
2) Seek for the crimina) action in
the parsonage. (5)
23 Aladdin’s lamp had one. (5)
24. In days gone by such a one was

entitled to bear arms, (
25. All that makes a thing whee it

is. (7)
Down
ic red may be biank. (9)
ch a door looks ae ari}
Rod. Dole or ‘Pat ‘i e
dere th ‘auitery on {4)
Help in m
. Is his, woe a, etre wing

i}

)
An athe’ for all. (4)
Natural wear for a wi
Threequarters of 12
How you came across a
cup. (4)
. The fies of
. It's 9 Down i
This way has Roth
the steerage. (4)
Exist. (3)
. Just the one to fold his
and stea! silently away. (6)
20. Leonard's special glass. 44)
22. nar many have no
)

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ae BY THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER

NE effect of the entry of
radio and film stars into
championship golf is that tedious
descriptions of golf matches are
giving place to tedious descrip-
tions of the antics of the stars.
Whether golf is a duller subject
than the smiles and jests of the
idols I leave to those who care a
straw about either. But I hope
that somebody like Mr. Sinatra
will be invited to play for Lanca-
shire in a cricket match; and uf
Miss Betty Grable could be
brought over to play at Wimble-
don, Mr. Danny Kaye to row at
Henley, and Mr, Humphrey
Bogart to ride at Ascot, the season
would be just dandy.

Tin—and the buffer pool

TEEL having been taken off
the ration, you would natur-

ally expect tinplate to be released
at the same time. But no. And
why? Aha. Because of the utter

failure of attempts to establish a
Production governs
Without

buffer pool.

the situation. produc-

tion there can be no distribution,
and the present price mechanism
a@ necessary accompaniment to
the manipulation of the exchange
rates, forces down the price and
prevents stabilisation, and so
hinders the allocation of reserves.
A team of tin experts recently
undertook a journey to Afghani-
stan. The report published on
their return emphasises the fact
that it is shortage of tinplate
which is keeping it on the ration.
This is only part of the truth.
the real trouble is the lack of a
buffer pool of some sort,

Modern Methods of

Education

A’ American paper reports the
election of the Most Popu-
lar Professor. When he suspects
that his class is bored to death
with a lecture, he “hurls eggs,
fires a pistol, or pulls white mice
out of an empty hat.” That
secures the attention of the most
disgruntled dullard. But preven-

Also



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hall on a camel, poured wat
all over his notes and his desk,
set fire to his chair, blew pepp¢
at the students, and had vi
bagpiper in a backless macintosh
to play an accompaniment to his
lecture,





“We are just friends”

VERY morning and every

evening, with sickening regu-
attributed

larity, these words are
to some girl who has danced wi
a man, or divorced him, or rut

him up on the telephone, or beea

seen talking to him somewhere
I think that the people who g=t
daily publicity are beginning to
mutter these words in their
sleep. The other day a man and
his wife were dancing togethe:
A stranger approached them, but
before he could speak, or photo-

graph them, they said together,
with a_ smile, “We are just
friends.”

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King, left,

Speedy Recovery

R. PERCY VINCENT was an

arrival from Trinidad by
B.W.1LA. on Thursday “Tootie”’,
as he is familiarly known by his
triends, was the Accountant in the
Trinidad Office of the Royal
Netherlands Steamship Co., for
many years, and is now retired.
He is a patient at Dr. H. H. Bay-
ley’s Clinic and Varib wishes him
1 speedy recovery.

Off to the U.S.A.

R. LISLE MORRIS of Bos-

cobelle, St. Andrew, left
Barbados on Thursday morning

by B.W.1LA. for the U.S.A. via
Puerto Rico. There, he will be
staying with his sister Mrs. V

Edwards in Brooklyn.

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Returning to the
Leewards

ONOURABLE SYDNEY .
CHRISTIAN and Mrs, Chr
tian of Antigua had a party -
one hundred and twenty guests
on June 9th at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peters On
this occasion they celebrated the
graduation in dentistry of Mr
Reginald Sydney (Christian at
Howard University. The young
dentist is the son of Mrs. Vera
Christian. He was recently mar-
ried to Miss Fay Lee of Houston,
Texas, who has a diploma in
dental hygiene. Dr. Christian
expects to return to practise in

the Leeward Islands.

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mé AY, JUNE 17, 1956 7 : .
mage BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE
Oe aasiea
} “er
J i =
amaica Plans geners units at the
. e-time U.S ary Base at r Y ,
zs i OA2UINe YOURE AWFULLY € } ffi 1 d- HT
Mle ete Pe, amie, ic rO-NIG
a o A a ne peer eve
i y rom the United Kingdom that
Unemployment the iat ish Government will pay
nt Counterpart Fund, the iD hy
espondent) ter quivalent of the ECA aid DINE AND DANCE
KINGSTON 62,5
Study of the unemployment mou ; ‘© £ eae for the
situation in Jamaica is naw 7 purchase 0 ve power plant
; Jamaice pro-|
ducing plans for its alleviation As a result of this generous AT
from the Select Committee of all sistane? of both tl.- ECA author-
members of the House of Repre- iti¢ and the United Kingdom ™ T ‘ t
sentatives which has been sittins Government the Jamaica Govern- Cl l B MOR(¢ AN
for the past four weeks el - hent has thus been able to secure au ‘ Bl L
y >|
finance these plans the Committee | f a gir MireO valuable plant free of capital vita peT ] " ‘_ i" Psu
' i 1 ‘ A SIX TO One 0 | , iy! }
Sane esate im Si een 7 THE WEST INDIES MOST POPULAR NIGHT CLUB.
Jamaica Government: } rc: ~
sw 7 Tc O6UCTDPAL
1) i die oe Kingswood Films DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS
ning of negotiations | , | ?
with the United Kingda or Sees from ao wan Bere - Served throughout the Night
oe : ae ae teers use or irrigation developmen ; :
ernment for a $10,000,000 fifty- ak i. a , ae Dial 4000 for Reservauons
year loan at 1 per cent : the mid-section of the island
1 : E : and to supply current for Kings-
(2) Active support of the James Ae me C h C 1 : ’ el
9,7, octive Mippiet Sf the Sames Attlee And Bevin Opy The | overnor | amaiea wood” Films “operations at their
cies Kingdom Government for Are Angry ‘6 oe | Proposer ernam Field studios
the release of $15,000,000 blocked r Val : Sh t C ns B P W Under Marshall Aid arrange-
sterling for re-investment in From Pa i oO oO | e ures uys O er ments, when a “dollar contribu-
tourist development projects in} late and mad been deta ed in th ree aie “KINGSTO itt oe be deeabed i ala mo
the island orracs ! ayer e NGSTON, | t “J Pl t tory is required to place an
se ae caer aan os ia as Pros aking at the close of the on 1 1ons | an equivalent amount in its “OW * cur-
(3) The imposition of additional | p - eS se to the -Jamaica Tennis Tournament i ney hat is called a C >
taxation in ‘the higher “0 me Belgium Government confirmed] last Saturday. His Excellency the | IN JAMAICA (From Our Own Correspondent) ed va en : ‘ yo 2 ‘the
5 ) “re ic : : . “ ar > apcee
brackets for the production of he sip seqay that _ Belgium has} Governor of Jamaica, Sir John! From Our Own Correspor KINGSTON deve lopment If the Sritish G ae
$5,000,000 extra revenue each year de finitely rejected” the plan for] Huggins, G.C.M.G., made refer- KING STON | en min fy had > Hid -
a European payment agreement} ence to the British West Indies; His Excellency Si Jot ernment had not provided this
iii 9 eb ae mit forward | t ava e: y aneG . t oha Following the announcement money for the Counterpart Fund,
one nonies would be used to] P! ars arc dy ve Secretary-] tennis tournament played ir. ; Huggins, G.C.M.G., Governor of | that U.S. Marshall Aid Funds io Jamaiea would have been obliged
ack (1) the establishment of an General of the Organisation of] Jamaica last year Jamaica, recently broadcast aj; the amount of $175,000 (U.S ) do so itself, although the dollar
Agi icultural Development Corpor- European Economic Co-operation. At that time, he said, he had} message over the local rao in| had been made available to value of the installation would
ation, (2) the prosecution of re- The draft plan, which is now] been impressed with the drop/cennection with the campaign | Jamaica for purchase of two high- be a gift
habilitation works in Western |under consideration by the O.E.C.] shots from the back of the court] launched at the beginning of the
Kingston designed to expand the |Executive Committee who met on] of “a little Chinese player from month by the Jamaica Christian |
city westwards over a wide area|™inisterial level in Paris today, Trinidad, named Mr, Jin Ho”.}Council under the slogan “Win |
which would practically double |!! accepted would mean Belgium’s| He had then expressed the hope | Jamaica for Chitist”. |
its size. and (3) to finance swamp |€Cenomic strangulation and ruin’ that locul players would copy this The Governor referred to |
reclamation and anti-soil erosion|the same circles added shot and he was ey to see] present conditions in Jamaica |
measures throughout the island Belgium's complaint is that] any of these “t shots that] “when truth is being smothered
At the same time the Govern-|Under the scheme her role as a afternoon, not only from Mr | under a blanket of misrepresen
ment is being ursed to embark} “Money lender—or panker to other Ronald Sturdy in the men’s final | tation” and expressed his approvai @A sore throat may be a warning that a cold’s
upon a 500.000 programme of} Marshall Plan nations would be but from Mrs, Cover Ramsay in]of the campaign. . heed it! G . nena
relief w arcs for the immediate re- {eXtended far beyond the country’s the women’s final. It was a very “Everyone with any responsi- Sea Senne arene Ore a ee
lief of unemployment in the main} â„¢aterial means, wherea she good shot, rs said, and de ot for the welfare of the people very first siga of throat irritation may localize
towns of the island would be denied the minimum| felt certain they would develop of Jamaica must be seriously > infecti ij
: ie aaa. nid it more and more, concerned at prevailing condi- | ye the infection and help prevent it from spread-
state Bank ee Modification Results of the tournament were: | tions,” Sir John said. | ’ . ing. Listerine reaches way back on your throat
Â¥ = a p ae *, , She - t i i J
Ariat a + Weom “Washiawen! cuter - yar Ron Sturdy won the men’s s singles Lew Standards | surface, kills millions of germs—yet is abso-
shi s PARE OF rts that Mr. Paul Hoff: h championship from Willie Coke, He went on to mention in this ; | , i
aan measures now being he 7 bat re Fra , mt an t ¥ Mrs. Ivy Cover Ramsay retained jconnection the prevailing “low” | | lutely safe. So, the minute you feel a cold starting
stuaied, but not yet acce rite ates Marshé m Ad- . ‘ s che ion- | etandnr, > ie as 3 in vour rargie ‘ =!
the establishment ot Ed | minis strator, today modified his a, as risinat ‘nn 3 Pres n-/ standards of pyblic and private | an throat, gargle Listerine. It may save
ot a State Bank etstcat\ “atntien a t ship agains rs. I aczu~ | life, the prevalence of thefts and | h misery and
to control economic disbursements ie athe ement yesterday} kowski; Donald Leahond and Ron | crimes of all types, wrong rela- | vou such misery and expenses j
in the island and to channe) avail- 1 Pa ee he _ British Labour} Sturdy won the men’s doubles] tionships, industrial strife, the . ¢ |
able liquid cash resources into! as ty executive's statement on) championship from H. C. Nunes/use of force and intimidation Li & T ERI N E f Le’ |
developmental avenues within the aargpes an unity as deplorable] and E. C. Aris; Mrs. Ivy Cover | instead of reason, the lack of iad |
island. A draft bill based on the | **° ationism Ramsay and Miss Mary Davidson public spirit, the ‘difference to “i
New Zeafand model is now being | Talking informally to news-/ retained the Women's Doubles|the poverty and misery of so
circulated among members of the | Papermen at the White House, Mr.} championship against + Lady|many, the political violence and,
Finance | Hoffman said that when he spoke] Huggins and Mrs. Praczukowski: he feared,

Committée of
and will be discussed at
to be held next week

the House
a meeting

Sir Harold Allan, O.B.E..
Minister for Finance and General
Purposes, who is chairman of the
Unemployment Committee, has}
told members that the question of
unemployment is a chronic and
ever-growing menace to the de-
velopment of the island, and can
be related to all the economic and
social features of the country.

Proposal for this bold attack on
the problem came from the Op-
position Leader in the House of
Representatives, Mr. N. W. Man-
ley, K.C., and was accepted by the
Hon. W. A. Bustamante, Majority
Party Leader. Sir Harold Allan,
the sole Independent member of
the Government, was appointed
Chairman and since then both
parties have been co-operating
and have been receiving the sun-
port of leading businessmen and
business organisations with practi-
cal suggestions for a successful at-
tack on the problem.



Memorial Tablet For
Archbishop Hardie

(From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON.

The Jamaica Diocesan Council
has decided to erect a mural tablet
in the Cathedral of St. Jago de ta
Vega, Spanish Town, in memory
of the late Most Rev. Dr. W. G.
Hardie, M.A., Bishop of Jamaica
and Anglican Archbishop of the
West Indies,

The tablet will bear the Arms
of the Archbishop and a suitable
inscription in tribute to his life
and work.

} statement



yesterday before a
gressional Committee he had only
read newspaper accounts of the
Since then he had
read the whole report.

He said “it is a perfect diplo-
matic statement. I could pull any
number of sentences out of con-
text and prove to you that the
statement was deplorable isola-
tionism. I could also pull a num-
ber of sentences out of it which
would prove that the Labour
Party favoured European unity
fully and was ready to jump into
the European payments union and

joint Con-

the pooling arrangements to-
morrow.”

Mr. Dean Acheson said in
Washington to-day that he re-
garded the recent statement on
European unity by the British
Labour Party’s Executive as a

“party” pamphlet and he would
not comment on it. Mr, Acheson
at his weekly press conference
took the unusual course of read-
ing to the newspapermen a ver-
batim report of the questions put
to the British Prime Minister
Attlee by Opposition Leader
Winston Churchill, in the House
of Commons on the pamphlet. He
said Mr, Attlee had made it clear
that the pamphlet was a Party
pamphlet and was a statement of
Government Policy.
—Reuter.

Peter’s Tooth

BRIGHTON, England.

The race was ready to start at
Brighton track when the Duke ef
Norfolk’s horse, St. Peter, got
balky.

A track employee
the horse’s mouth, and yanked
out a loose tooth t. Peter went
on to win the race.—INS.



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H. C. Nunes and Mrs. M. B.
Praczukowski won the Mixed
Doubles Championship from E. C.
Aris and Miss Marjorie Aris.

Man Charged
With Murder

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

ST. KITTS.
Victim of a stabbing incident, 18-
year-old Arthur Glasford of Basse-
terre was found wounded southeast
of the Divisional Police Headquan-
ters in Cayon Street at about 8.16
p.m. on Sunday. He was sent to

Cunningham Hospital in the am
bulance and on his way there he
died. The C.1.D, made inquiries
and Soon after one George Grey
of Basseterre was detained for
questioning in connection with the
crime. On Monday 12, Grey was
arrested and charged with the’
murder of Glasford.

Two Planes Crash

To Prevent Exposure
for “protection”. “He threatened
to down me if I spoke about it”,
Armorin wrote. He added that
he had been attacked in Fran-
quini’s cafe and was now being
protected by the French Ford gn
Legion.

Frane-Tireur said the first Sky-
master which crashed was also
bringing to France Inspector
Rivet with a full report on the
smuggling between France and
Indo-China of dollars, exchanged
on the black market in Saigon
for piastres. This “racket” was
mentioned during the current in-
quiry into the “Affair of the Gen-
erals”—an investigation which al-
leged leakage of information and
corruption in the handling of the
repression of the Vietnam upris-
ing in Indo-China. —Reuter.









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the growing tendency
to rely upon irresponsible and
inaccurate statements to incite the
pe ople for political or other aims
“These unhealthy conditions’,

Sir John said, “caiunot be cured
by legislation. What we need in
Jamaica is a different spirit.”

No Pay Rise For
French Civil Servants

PARIS, June 15.
The Government today success-
fully warded off a threat to its
existence when it turned the scales
on the Socialists in the debate on
a Bill to increase Civil Servants
salaries. Dumfounded French
Seputies heard Minister of State
Pierre Henri Teigen say that the
country’s 1,200,000 Civil Servants
not only already enjoyed “virtual
immunity from taxation” but that
the Socialists now wanted the
Government to increase cash pay-
ments to Civil Servants every time
income tax rates were reduced.

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Saturday, June 17, 1950

RATS

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THE the rat extermination
campaign by the Agricultural Society and
the Department of Science and Agriculture
deserves the greatest public support and
co-operation. The extent of the destruc
tion caused is not generally known but the
figures run into thousands of dollars. In
addition to this the spread of disease can-
not be measured in terms of money.

At a time when food and other essentials
are in short supply, when shipping possi-
bilities are limited and when the cost of
such goods as can be obtained is extremely
high, the loss caused by rats is beyond the
island’s capacity of endurance.

It is not merely the amount of food con-
sumed by these rodents which is lost; the
amount which must be discarded as a result
of their interference is even greater. In
the warehouses rats not only gnaw their
way into the packages and bags but walk
over much of the remainder left in them.
Because of their habits of living in cess pits
and other insanitary places and the meth-
ods of feeding they become potential car-
riers of disease. The food on which they
walk is not then fit for human consumption.

In shops and groceries where they live
they are a constant source of danger. Here
they also walk over and eat food and in
nearly every instance leave traces of their
nightly visits on goods including articles of
food.

In private residences they destroy food,
clothing, poultry and destroy property by
gnawing their way into cupboards and
through the wooden portions of houses.
They interfere with prepared meals and
bring the possibility of typhoid fever closer
than is comfortable.

In the fields they destroy tons of cane
every year; and when the reaping season is
at hand thousands of canes gnawed off can
be seen in the fields. They also breed quick-
ly and in the canes where they are little
disturbed, they raise large families. It is at
the end of the reaping season, such as this
time of the year that they leave the fields
and thousands of them survive to return
to residential areas.

The campaign against rats and mice has
never been extensive because the average
householder does not seem to be fully
awafe of thé‘intménse'dahgers to which a
family might be exposed as a result of the
presence of rats in that house. Cases of
fever, and cholera have been traced to the
presence of rats and it is futile for the Gov-
ernment to spend thousands of dollars on
sanitary administration and the prepara-
tion of bait for the destruction of rats if the
householder is not prepared to co-operate.

A notice appearing in the Press this week
notifies the general public of the sale of
bait in Queen’s Park two for one cent. It
is necessary to point out that rats are sus-
picious and have been known to refuse to
be tempted by bait except under skilful
handling. This makes it imperative that
the householder exercise the greatest care
in “setting” the bait. In some instances it-
is the only means of destroying rats which
ignore traps after living in houses where
they are constantly set. The answer is the
removal of all refuse and bits of food so
that the last resort of the hungry rat is
the bait which has been set for his destruc-
tion.

Lack of foresight of the prevalence of
mosquitoes in this island led to the epi-
demic of malaria in 1927. A similar attitude
adopted towards the rat extermination
campaign in Barbados might result in the
misfortune of having to endure an epidemic
fraught with grave consequences. Rats
must go.

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SOME ears ago I was

board a steamer bound across
he Pacific to Japan and China
Among the passengers were a

number of Missionaries on their

way to their various fields of
labour. The first Sunday out was
rough and disagreeable and there
was but a poor congregation at
the short service at which

prayers were read by the Purser
ut by the end of the week th«
ionaries had gained their sea
legs and their thoughts began to
turn to the Sunday service. As
it happened, they were not all of
one denomination There was a
Bishop of the Church of England
and his Chaplain, a Presbyterian,



a couple of Methodists, and a
Baptist

It all came about through an
indiscreet remark of the Bishop's
Chaplain, who was heard to re-
mark to one of the ladies that

“His Lordship” would be preach-
ing at the service on Sunday.
This calm assumption annoyed
the other Divines, but as the
steamer was flying the British
flag, the Bishop, no doubt, re-
garded the domain as his. The
others talked and argued among
themselves but could reach no
agreement as to which should
have the privilege of conducting
service, and in the end they de-
cided to lay the matter before
that supreme authority, the Cap-

tain. As it happened, he was a
sea dog of the old style, rougn
and ready, more at home on the

bridge than in a drawing room
Moreover, he had, at best, but
little use for Missionaries, and
leaned strongly to the opinion
that there is no Sunday on blue
water. The Captain met the Cler-
gymen on deck and listened to
the recital of their difficulty.
Then came the pronouncement:
“There is no Sunday this week.
Tomorrow will be Monday. We
cross the 180th Meridian tonight”.
And Monday it was.

Thus the Captain exercised his
autocratic power in the interests
of diplomacy. He was under no
compulsion to drop the Sunday,
the very day on which he crossed
the Meridian. For all practical
purposes, he could have dropped
any one of the days on the pas-
sage between the Meridian and
1 Japan. All that mattered was
that he make his dates and days
correspond with those of the first
land to which he came. If a ship
came to the Meridian on Christ-
mas Day no Captain would think
of discarding that day or a Naw
Year’s Day, or a national holiday,
such as the Fourth of July. Con-
versely, no Captain would think
of doubling any such day, nor
would any Captain be likely to
double the Sunday, as that would
mean that no work would be done

by the crew beyond what
was necessary for the safe
working of the ship. In my

diary — I kept one in those
early days—I made the following
entry, and in doing so I felt like
a circumnavigator, “September 11.
| This day had no existence for me
as We crossed the Meridian 180
at 10,30 last night.” I must have
| read that in a book, and quoted
| it unconsciously.

In my life I have an extra day
| which is found in no calendar
because I have crossed the 180th
Meridian one more time to the
eastward then to the westward.
This day appears in no pay roll.
Still, I was paid for it because
it is made from half hours and
odd minutes filched, as it were,
from the passing days on a voy-
age around the world which were
finally gathered together into a
whole day and sandwiched in
between two ordinary days when



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

WHERE THE DAY

By J. E. MACRAE

we crossed the Meridian. We
called that day “Antipodes Day,”
which is surely better than

repeating the name of the day pre-
ceding. On that day 1 had my
ordinary three meals, so I am at
least that much ahead of Father
Time

A short time ago there appeared
in the newspapers a paragraph
telling about the Captain of a
steamship who had just completed
his twenty-fifth consecutive voy-
age around the world to the
westward. An examination of
that Captain’s log book would
show that on each of his voyages
he dropped a day on the Meri-
dian. Yet there would be no
similar entry on the pay roll dock-
ing the crew for the day dropped,
because the day was made up
trom the extra minutes added to
each day as the steamer ploughed
her way towards tne setting sun.
Every day 4... ...i westing
would be more than twenty-four
hours long, thus we are only
giving back what we have bor-
rowed by adding so many minutes
each day as we set our watches
back and so add to the length of
every day we steam towards the
sunset.

In the days when I was crossing
the Pacific it was the custom for
the second mate to change the
clock in his watch between mid-
night and four in the morning.
On the eastward passage the
advantage was his, for then he
set the clock forward about forty-
five mimites every night and
shortened bis dreary watch by
that much. {t was another story
going west, then he had to set the
clock back the same number of
minutes and so lengthened the
time he had to pace the bridge.
Many a time a second mate pro-
pounded some ingenious scheme
for passing some of his extra
time on to the next watch, but

such suggestions always fell on
deaf ears.
This tampering with time is

familiar to us now, but no longer
ago than Jules Verne’s “Around
the World in Eighty Days’, say
1470, the idea was as remote as
his submarine, flying machine and
roison gas stories. It will be
remembered that he made the
success of the adventure turn on
the doubling of the day at the
Meridian. His hero went around
the world to the eastward and
when he arrived at his destina—
tion he was apparently a day late
and thought he had failed to make
his time. However, when he got
a newspaper he found that he
was a day earlier than he had
supposed and that he had counted
the day doubled on the Meridian
as if it had been a day on the
calendar. When he had made the
uecessary correction he had used
only eighty days after all

It was with the invention of
the chronometer, toward the end
of the eighteenth century, that
exact computation of time at sea
first became possible. With Sir
Francis Drake, who sailed around
the world in the reign of Queen
Elizabeth, the art of navigation
was largely a matter of rule of
thumb. No one had then dropped
a day on the 180th Meridian and
most likely that Meridian meant
no more than any other. Prob-
ably Drake did reckon his longi-
tude from Greenwich, for that
was his port of departure and
the end of his voyage. What did
he think when he found on his
return that he was a day behind
in his dates? The probability -is
that his log book was irregularly
kept and if he thought anything
about the odd day at all, he very

laws enacted by the Jamaica
Government, The island, includ-
ing its labour fraction, pledged
100 per cen: co-operation with
the film company.

Tee-off production to be film-

ed by Kingswood Films is “SUN-
KEN TREASURE,” an_ under-
water thriller starring Robert

Preston and dealing with a miss-

ing submarine filled with Adolf
Hitler’s loot.

The picture will be shot in
colour and the island's unique
scenery and landmarks, which
hark back to buccaneer days,

will be fully exploited,

Berman, treasurer of the com-
pany and Hollywood representa-
tive of Kingswood Films, said
that the company has been ap-
proached by many independent
producers with the view of film-
ing adventure classics in the
Caribbean,

Hollywood producers, beset by
mounting costs and labor head-

S

likely attributed the circumstarice
to an error in dates in his log
book. With the knowledge at his
disposal, it would be too much to
expect o difference of a day to be
noticed when it was spread over
a voyage lasting four years

Most of the civilised nations
have agreed, as a matter of inter-
national convenience, to base
ther time on Greenwich mean
time, and as fifteen degrees of
longitude is equal .to an hour,
national time is reckoned from a
degree of longitude which is a
multipie of 15 Thus Japan
counts her time from the longi-
tude of 145 east which gives her
nine hours east, therefore neare:
the rising sun and so ahead of
Greenwich. San Francisco and
the Pacific coast generally, takes
its time from 120 West which
makes it eight hours later in get-
ting the morning sun than Green-
wich, so it is eight hours behind
Greenwich. When I lived in
Tacoma, Washington, my business
was the operation of a Trans-
pacific line of steamers. Cable-
grams were constantly being sent
and received and it was a common
occurrance for us to receive a
cablegram when the office opened
in the morning advising the
departure of a steamer from
Yokohama on the evening of
that same*day. Apparantly, we
had advice of her sailing before
she had sailed, but of course that
was only because Japan time is
seventeen hours fast from the
Pacific coast.

The 180th Meridian is some-
times called the international
date line for it is there that the
day begins. The agreed date line
jogs a little over into west longi-
tude so as te include the whole
of the Fiji group of islands within
the time zone of the eastern
hemisphere. Fiji is the first land
on which the sun shines and as
it takes its time from the 180th
it is twelve hours fast of Green-
wich. When it is high noon in
Fiji the day is beginning in Lon-
don, for it is just past midnight
there. When Big Ben at West-
minster strikes the hour of
twelve noon, then the day is done
in Fiji and a new one is about
to begin. Samoa is only a few
hundred miles from Fiji but it is
on the other side of the Meridian
in west longitude, so the time on
the clocks there is twelve hours
behind London and twenty-four
behind Fiji.





Not only does the day begin in
Fiji but the year as well. The
bells ring the New Year in twelve
hours before they ring in Lon-
don; the folk in Fiji sit down to
their New Year’s dinner about
the same time we, in New York,
look at our watches and listen
for the clock to strike twelve
before we wish each other “A
Happy New Year.” It would be
possible for any of us to stand
somewhere on the 180th Meridian
any time on New Year's Day and
by taking a step backwards into
west longitude we would also
step back into the previous year,

it is a bit puzzling until one
gets accustomed to it and most
of us don’t unless we go out
across the Pacific. It reminds me
of the Limerick some witty fel-
low wrote after he had been
reading about the Einstein theory
of relativity.

There was a young woman
named Dwight

Whose speed was much greater
than light

She eloped one fine day
“in” refative way,

And came back on the previous
night.

“ SHOOTING” JAMAICA

By JAMES PADGITT

aches, rejoiced when they learn-

ed that ia Jamaica they could
shoot pictures tax free, employ
extras at less than half the

Hollywood price and bring the
whole film in for much less than
what the picture would cost in
Hollywood

Besides all that they could use
blocked British pounds and not
be bound to use British actors

and British technicians, as is the
case in England.

_ Berman said that the island is
ideal for any type production.
Jamaica sports every type of
scenery, except alpine. They can
shoot horse operas, jungle pic-
tures and desert sagas, The rate
of exchange is so favourable that
a man can live like a king for a
week for the price of a dinner at
Romanoff's in Hollywood, the
executive added.

Cumming, the Chicago lawyer
and president of the company,

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Steel Shed Protest

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Queen Mary’s
Rug

By INEZ ROBB.

NEW YORK.

It took the curator of an American art insti-
tute to discover that Queen Mary's needle-
point rug is patterned after seventeenth cen-|
tury French prints instead of eighteenth cen-
tury English designs.

“Her Majesty and all of us connected with
the rug thought its needlepoint designs were
patterned after English floral arrangements
of the eighteenth century,” said Patricia

Hardie, the exhausted rons Britisher who |!

has just accompanied the Queen’s rug on a
fast coast-to-coast tour of the United States
and Canada.

“But,” she continued, “when the rug was
being shown at the Minneapolis Art Insti-
tute, some nice young curator looked at it
carefully and then produced a number of
seventeenth cerftury French prints which
were almost identical and surely the fore-run-
ners of the English eighteenth century floral
arrangements.’

Furthermore,.said Miss Hardie, who sails
for England this week, not all American and
Canadian children are nurtured on comic
books. She encountered thousands of them

who obviously still read fairy stories in Ahe

classic pattern.

“Ever so many children asked me how
Queen Mary lived and were terribly disap-
ointed that she doesn’t live in a palace,” Miss
ardie disclosed. “And they were even more

disappointed to learn that she doesn’t wear

a crown all day long every day.”
Children in a-democracy expect more of

royalty, Miss Hardie suspects, than do mop-

pets raised in hereditary monarchy.

More than 500,000 persons have seen the
Queen's rug since it started on tour in New
York some two months ago. Her Majesty,
who worked eight years on the rug which is
approximately 7 by 10 feet, hopes to sell it
to the highest bidder in Canadian or Ameri-
can dollars, as her contribution toward Eng-
land's dollar shortage.

When Miss Hardie sails for home after
touring some 15,000 miles with the needle-
point masterpiece, the rug will be stacked
away in the New York vaults of J. P. Mor-
gan and Co., until such time as the sealed bids
are opened in London at the Bank of England.

A report of a bid of $1,250,000 for the
Queen’s handiwork is as grossly eseeeerte
as Mark Twain’s death, Miss Hardie said.
She and Col. Angus McDonald, who have
managed the tour, are certain no such fan-
tastic bid has been offered.

“All bids received are sealed and none will
be opened until at least June 16 in London.
Consequently, none of us has any ideas what
has been bid for the rug, or even how many
bids will be received by that date,” Miss
Hardie said.

However, it is my hunch that at least some
bids will mention plenty of scratch, since the
copyright and reproduction rights go with
the Queen’s rug. Carpet ‘inaeeatens and
a dozen novelty concerns have already asked
permission to copy the pattern in everything
from carpets to neckerchiefs.

But until eventual ownership of the rug is
settled via sealed bids in London, the pur-
chase of reproduction rights must be held in
abeyance. Sealed bids may still be sent to
J. P. Morgan, New York, or the Bank of Eng-
land, London.

Miss Hardie said that scores of women in
every city in which the rug was displayed
asked her where they could get the design
and thus duplicate the Queen’s needle work.

In most American and Canadian cities, the
rug was displayed in the local art museum.
To protect it from any possible damage, the
rug was usually hung on a wall as a tapes-

try, rather than displayed on the floor as a
rug.

The result was that thousands of person
asked Miss Hardie why her Majesty hed
made the top half of the rug up-side-down

But the $64 comment, Miss Hardie said,
came from an old lady who had obviously
never done needlepoint but who viewed the
rug with awe as well as admiration. Finally,
the old lady sighed and said :

difficult
up-side-
And at her age !”

“Dear me, it must have been ver
for her Majesty to do the top halt
down while on a ladder !













SIR,—The Committee of Man-
agement of the Barbados Arts &
Crafts Society has directed me to
request that the following copy
of a letter to the Barbados Gen-
eral Agricultural Society be pub-

lished in your correspondence
eolumn.

Yours faithfully,

M. P. MERRICK

Asst. Hon. Secretary,

Barbados Arts & Crafts Society.
Sir,—This Society raised objec
tions to the erection of a second
steel shed in Queen's Park by thé
Barbados General Agricultuial
Society as soon as this project
was made public, It pointed out
that a second steel shed, to be
used on two days of the year only,
would further destroy the ameni
ties of Queen's Park, and made
an alternative suggestion. The
Barbados General Agricultural
Society has, however, paid no
attention to protests from this and
enother cultural ‘bodies, and the
second steel shed is now in
rocess of erection in Queen’

rk. ;

2. This Society is f
opinion that the damage ‘to
amenities of Queen’s Par!
unwarranted, and that the ju
of the Annual Industrial Exhi
tion could have been brealkfasteu

the

the

elsewhere or in a
Queen’s Park,

3. Iam instru¢ted by the Com-
mittee of Management of this
Society to inform you that as a
result of the action of the Bar-
bados General Agricultural
Society in erecting a second steel
sned contrary to public opinion
end the best interests of Queen's
Park, it has no alternative but to
withdraw its support from the
Annual Industrial Exhibition and
cease its management of the Arts
and Handicrafts Section

marquee in

4. It is the intention of the
Committee to send a copy of this
letter to the press for publication
at the end of a fortnight. There
may in the meantime be some
comment that you would care te
make.

Yours faithfully,
(Sged.) M. P. MERRICK,
Asst. Hon, Secretary,

Barbados Arts & Crafts Society.
The Secretary,

Barbados General Agricultural
Society,
Licas Street, Bridgetown,
St. M. 2
Ist June, 1950

Batting Failure
SIR,—While the England and
West Indies teams were locked

in combat in the first test match
at Old Trafford, I was sitting at
the side of the radio, and with
mild enthusiasm I listened to the
many commentators describing
the game as it went along, so
that when the game had virtually
ended I had already completed a
full analysis of the performance
of the West Indies team with both
bat and ball and I am now asking
that you permit my findings to
be known to all cricket enthusi-
asts wherever they may be.

went for their
took that
bringing his
England
against the M.C
days later and
game that they

that young Bob
cashire, and old

The West Indies have lost the of Middlesex not

first test match and in so doing
they have revealed to us many
points of great interest, for while
the two spin bowlers Alfred
Valentine and Sonny Ramadhin,
making their test debut, have
certainly bowled themselves
straight into the front pages af
Wisdens, the batsmen have given
yet another of those performances
which is certainly: an indication
that they are closely treading in

total disgrace.
While cricket

the world will
with the experts
tne
match
unusual one, for

flight batsmen the time of their
lives, then up to Bradford they

Yorkshire and young Ken Smailes
as an opportunit,
name before

selectors.

easily be described as their worst
batting performance of the tour
so far, for it was on this occasion

M.C.C. to victory, but also bowl-
ed the West Indies batsmen to

in the West Indies but throughout

wicket on which
was played was quite on

England, the utmost consideration

on the other hand the West In-
dies who now pose the strongest
batting combination ever to visit
the shores of England sitnply
faltered and failed, :

As I write “with the West In-
dies team still patrolling the
cricket fields of England in
search of new laurels” I recall
with pride the 1949 New Zealand
tour to England which comes
fresh to my mind, those of you
who found it possible to follow
the game as closely as I did, will
at once remember that although
the tourists did not win a test
match, neither did Englana, so
unique were their performances
in the annals of cricket that the
cricket gods of England were loud
in their praises and assured them
at the end of their tour that when
ine series come to be written
they would go down in history as
the best organized team ever to
set foot on English soil, they had
only three first rate batsmen in
Bert Sutcliffe, Mervin Wallace
and Martin Donnelly, two first

West Indies defeat to the failure
of their batting to play the game
as the situation demanded of
them, and their failure to realize
that if runs cannot be scored at
60 an hour, then 60 a day must
certainly do.

In conclusion I would like to
make it quite clear to my readers
that the match has already been
won and lost and while I view
the team’s future activities with
the greatest optimism these have
been my impressions of the tour!
so far. |

ARCHIBALD PERCH.

match against
of
the
. Their match
.C, came a few
it was in this
gave what can

Berry of Lan-
man Jim Simms

Gal
only bowled the ORS ae

Christ Church. June 14, 1950,
Speightstown

SIR,—Permit me to support “A
Daily Bus User” in the plea for a
half hourly service to Speights-
town at least on the busy days.
On those days there is usually an
intermediate ’bus, but it makes
busy people waste valuable time.
It might leave five minutes after
the hour or twenty-five minutes

lovers not only

certainly agree
on the spot that
the Test

a Test match in

the footsteps of their predecessors ‘must be given to the fact that class bowlers in Jack Cowie, right @fter one cannot be sure of it.

when batting against the spin England without the services of arm medium to fast and Tom I believe the Concessionaires
bowlers on a turning wicket. This two of their greatest batsmen Burtt slow left arm while in their 8" Willing to give the service,
most discreditable performance Cyril Washbrook and Denis captain Walter Hadlee they had C@"not the Transport Board give

against the spin bowlers started
from the opening match of the
tour against Worcestershire when

Roland Jenkins gave our frst

capped with a

Compton, and Len Hutton handi-

right hand, was able to score 600
wuns in their two innings, while

a most capable and astute leader.

Whatever the many opinions
may be in the more authoritative
quarters, I can only attribute the

the authority and thus satisfy a
real need to the relief of a suffer-
ing public?

ANOTHER BUS USER.

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With Four

Policewomen

ARBADIANS

WILL SOON

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14,1 15 Bags University College | = :
HARRIS O N S «tae me

Of Flour Come “! The West Indies

Admissions, Scholarship
And Exhibition Awards
1950

Barbados’ flour suppl was |
increased by 14,115 bags yesterday |
when the s.s. Mormacrey sailed!
into port with the above shipment
as part of her cargo



SIR
BARBADOS
ARTS

IF YOU






PAGE FIVE



ARE THINKING OF BUYING A PAIR





This supply of flour has been Carrington, Crk, e ene j OF SHORS
wa Ri MP pine pees | shipped from Vancouver to local C. Pugrim *D. Pilgrim (Sehoi
skirts. Local women between the Ltd, Messrs: Rv M. Jone Co. MEDICINE fe “
ages of 19 and 25, who are inter- td, sts T. Ge 3G b| a at ae
pan ted ag EonDage tna alt ao ; eee gore Sree aR. GUIAN B ieaomtas! kw WHY NOT TRY THE 2
Constabulary, have been invited | Sot ; Lid. Messr: S on Hu p| ing ear. acte: a
to turn up at the Central Statior | os “Messrs K. R. H eg

ai 10. a.m
2r.

“This is a new career for local |
women and one that holds a bright |
future,” Co’onel R. T. Michelin, |

on Wednesday, June |

The women will go through the}

NATURAL SCIENCES: W. Chan
& Son, Messrs K. R. Hunte &! ; , han (Sc

Co., Ltd., and Messrs S. P, Mus-
son, Son & Co., Ltd
The Mormacrey has also brought

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here 13,439 bags of pollard trom| ARTS=°R. Gritth cexni»,) WE HAVE RECENTLY RECEIVED A NEW
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nT tate sal oP a sewing thread from Curacao. JAMAICA “
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yesterday. . . ele ; Exhib.), *S. Evans-Smith (Exhib.), °\ ry NCys
b Moo . 4 &
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IN PRIME CUT WILLOW CALF (BROWN)
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KACH QUALITY IN 4 DIFFERENT LASTS AND

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Ordinary Street Patrolling; Pro-| MRS. SAVAGE presents a prize for medicine to Nurse G. Husbands. The prize was granted by Dr GRA TED TRINIDAD oe / RUBBER HEELS

coseeed commie , Children in| J. E. Donohoe. Nurse Husbands also won the prize for Surgery which was given by Mr A. G gin, Rees the Chist user) ai’ + ema “

Searching women, _ particularly Leacock. Mrs. Savage gave 53 presentations, badges, certificates and prizes to nurses at the | ; A a eee eee NATURAL SCIENCES; J

at the scene of a crime; Inquiries} Nurses’ Home yesterday evening
concerning the welfare of young

women and children, and so on.

modu hrdamace, That eiay|A Piece Of Paper Does Not

started with four but the number
has now increased.

ORK ON THE BAY STREET

BOYS’ CLUB is progressing
rapidly. The building, which
formerly housed the Bay Street
Police Post, is now being reno-
vated and altered. It is expected
that the Club will be officially
opened during the first week of



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Founder OfWI
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C’mittee Dies

(From Our Own Correspondent) |

LONDON, June 6
Hurd, who founded
West Indies Parlia-

Sir Perey
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sitting of the Court of Ordinary | bib. V. Price (Exhib,)

| granted three petitions for Letters| . MEDICINE
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| Haggatt Hall, St. Michael, Widow, | Medicine 1
| to estate of her husband Fitz- * Girls
| Gerald Gill decd.
Mr. C. H. Clarke, K.C., in-

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| Solicitors for the petitioner.

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This is the first Barbados Youth| Savage told nurses at the Nurses’ Home yesterday evening| don this week at the age o Oliver Burke late Sergeant of} ° $9.00 M 185] H LOCAL AGENTS
lub ed by the Police after M Ss had 1 : bad ©|In his lifetime he did much iN) Barbados Fire Brigade. deceased.| 1° % 10% K 550]
: ge had presented certificates, badges and] },.140, > | a , BOG) b § J 28
Club sponsor: y e Polic rs. Savag k t tif g Parl: t and in the Press for 8 ceasec $ 5.00 1 284
Force and it is expected that with hizes t ‘ . arhament »a ee Seer Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., in-| 6 $ 3.00 Ol ee
: prizes to some of them. the unity of the British Common-]} .,..,. | oo a4 ' D2 | aparece eterno repartee
the assistance of the public they! Both His Excellency and Dr. O’Mahony stressed that| wealth. | the ‘petite ern we Se ee DS ie : oon
will be able to open many more. : aR cages Von ore 5 m , e petitioner. : R mI
When the olen te tn fail swing,| urses should always have the idea that there was more]. Sir Percy was born in 1864 and| Petition of Harold Vincent] j) $3.00 Suis
boys of that area who formerly to learn in their profession. 2 nie cares = Pag cor ~ Greaves of Church Village, St. Ih. $ 2.00 5 |
had nowhere to spend their leisure} Badges were given to 16 If th aretaitre ioe walk ih theca oe es even! of poles 2. § 2.00 3 387
; rer E oO nurses f they tempered de rith | afterwards took pé at » estate o is wife aj> 2 S 424
hours ae a to ere = who had completed their training true humility, bay “would be bets paign of the Canadian Pacific! [auretta Greaves late of Station] /3 § 2.9 o ut THIS CHAP LOOKS
Cr ateaeore” cer R- r Michelin and had qualified in May 1949; ter prepared to undertake and] Railway to “put Canada on the! Hill, St. Michael deceased, 8 Banket of Groceries ‘ os
La the #Adoduntes cenienn “and February this year; and maintain a successful nursing} British map”, and as a result of] Mr. Db. H. L. Ward instructed| 17. A’ Clock Ve 6a
told the Advocate yesterday. to five junior nurses who had career. these activities was made editor} py D| Lee Sarjeant, Solicitor, for| !8 Dol 1 474 :
Talks will be given each week) passed their preliminary exams He had often felt that the most] of the Canadian Gazette. In 1898] the petitioner F : Bea yale PLEASED W ITH LIFE
to the boys by various people on May last year i , Raasi¢ , P : sstablis 2 look < feo Si 20. A Fountain Pen Vv aie
ae eoeees i in May last year, and eight who difficult part of nursing was that|he established the Outlook a] Phe wills admitted were those $ 1.00 $ 27
subjects of interest, and it is hoped |had passed in February this year. of the association of the nurse and| weekly review which tried to pro-) of = Jonn Archibald Marshall $ 1.00 BY
to open a Canteen, where refresh- Twelve prizes were given by the patient. They were hourly at] mote the type of Empire unity] Prances Irene Barrow and Moses $ 1.00 J aN
ments will be sold at cost price. |various doctors for efficiency in the bedside. The close study of|that Joseph Chamberlain advo-] Altman, late of Christ Church: $ ae _ Ko}
The Commissioner said that the | different branches of nursing and the patient should be of great in-| cated in 1903 and successive years.| Charles Ernest Russell, Irene 4 Valise x 402
organisation needs the support of|the 10 annual awards for the 10 terest and as patients were all, When Sir Percy entered the House] Aibertha Whittaker, late of St.Ji7. A Blanket |... A 622
the public, and subscriptions, no|charge nurses who gave best ser- different, the close association! of Commons in 1918 he paid par~| Michael; Fitz~Herbert Bascombe.| 2°: 2, Pillows ' B43
matter how small, will be received | vice to the hospital during 1948- would all be the more interesting | ticular attention to the causes of} Joseph Wiggins, late of St. George | 3” Gricket ‘aa s bt
at his office. ea. . r because it had so much variety. the Empire i hee amen the si. 5 Bath awels 635
a 4 rize For Male Nurse If they thought of the patient as' West Indies Parliamentary Com- 22. Box of Sweets H 370]
eee begging a Addressing the nurses after the @ Pneumonia case or one of agpen-| mittee. Decree Absolute S Lee ¥e'Sis6 |
Tud he at an t 330 a badges, prizes and certificates had dicitis only, they would not be} = ae e eat L 7 |
_ Th nee ej b ce ae Boe rheeas been distributed, getting anywhere near the sense In the Court for Divorce and] Tos Cloth & 4 serviettes wee
M 179 hagas Pee aoa by Mars His Excellency said that it was of satisfaction which that noble DECISION Matrimonial Causes yesterday His| 37. Glass Jus L 46
I. L. Harper of Lakes Folly and a}¥¢'Y disappointing that no male profession was capable of giving Honour the Chief Judge, Sir Allan] 3. Thermos Plask X ast |
: nurse had received a prize and his them, They should give a great Collymore, pronounced decree : y gol
motor cycle owned and ridden by | wite and himself would give one deal of thought and study to the VARIED bsolute in thi 15. Of. i, Heyl eens |
Edward Crichlow of Richmond). the best practical male nurse patient as a human being in a White (Petiti ~ ) M N. White |
Gap. Both vehicles were damaged. | next year, " difficult situation and as each of| A decision of Mr. G. B Champainghy neal E. H. King CONSTABLE HAD
HE HEAT IN BRIDGETOWN | He said: The nursing profession them reacted to such situations in| Griffith, City Police ao (Guardian ad litem). In this suit
yesterday was as intense as th roe ~ toe vocations in a variety of ways, there would be | was varied yesterday by Mr. decree nisi was pronounced
temperature |the world and it is important that

on Thursday. The a
during the evening was 86 degrees |2!1 of you who volunteer for this
Fahrenheit in the Shade. Many |8reat service to the public should
of the managers and planters visit- |"ecosnise that it truly is a voca-
ing the Banks complained of the|tion and not a profession which
heat but those who have com- |0°ne enters for the primary purpose
pleted their crop, spoke highly of |°f Making a living. To really suc-
the recent rains, ceed in a vocation, it is essential

As compared with over the that you put “self” aside and
week-end very light showers fell | Strive only to help others by put-
during the week. Only seven parts | ting their needs first. It requires

a study which should be of absorb-
ing interest to them.

His Own World

They had to understand that
when the patient came into hos-
pital, he brought his own world
with him. He could not-leave it
behind at the gate or door of the
ward. He brought the trials of his
everyday life, his fears for his

L Taylor and Mr. H. A.
Vaughn, Judges of the Assistant |
Court of Appeal.

Cour, “Grilith had fined Alwin |
Lampitt of Spring Farm, St. |
Joseph, £5 when he found him j
guilty of exceeding the speed |
limit while driving the car 0-62 |
on Waterfords Road on April 29

| Lampitt’s license was also

|

April 21 this "year TIRING BACKACHE |

Mr. D. H, L. Ward paar Dodd’s Pills Helped So That |
by Mr. K. C. Browne of Messrs. “nas ha
Hutchinson & Banfield appeared He Felt Like a “Million 7
for the petitioner. The Guardian “Lama police constable, 29 years of age,” |
ad litem was represented by Mr.| writes Ariel Charles, Besseterre, St. Kitts, |
E. K. Walcott K.C. instructed | “For almost two years |: 1 |
by Messrs. G. L, W. Clarke & Co.| ! had terrible |
“pecree nisi was also pronounced | aches. I used to f
in the suit of M. T. Arthur dull and tired a great








HE SMOKES

; srsed. Their Honours reduced : . ‘ deal of the time, I |
were recorded on Thursday and|ttemendous patience on your part family, his concern at his absence Peg sagan confirmed the | (Petitioner) and Le . he thea .sastace’ teas r( JUR-SQUARE PIPE
up to 6 o'clock yesterday morning. for persons who are sick in body from home, and the fears that he entahwarierite (Respondent) . Decree ae ments, but they failed ‘ y
Four fell in St. George and the ]@re usually troubled in mind and might not return, They should The speed limit along Water- | granted on April 28 last. we te relieve my dletress,
remaining three in St. Peter. are apt to be unreasonable. But remember that all those things ie Road is 30 miles an hour] tioner was represented by T. | Fortunately I received
: patience is net enough and skill were real to him. Then they | fords Road is 2 woing at 412/3] J. EB. T. Brancker instructed by | Dodd’s Almanac. I ] me
HE NEW ST. JOSEPH branch} which is reflected in the awards would do a betier job of nursing | PU! Lampitt was going & Mesars. G. L. W. Clarke and Co.| was amazed to read | O B A C C O.
made to-day is essential. an hour ~

Post Office will soon be com- But may
pleted, Carpenters and masons}I utter a word of warning. It
are expected to finish within the applies to all diplomas, certificates
next two weeks after which the|and badges in all professions and
building will be painted. It is|in all countries,
situated at the entrance to the St.| Don’t Deceive Yourselves
Joseph Almshouse. Do not deceive yourselves that
you are fully qualified and require
no further instruction or advice in
your work because you have a
piece of paper which states you
have qualified in this or that art
The paper is only, as it were, your
“tools of trade”. It is the daily
practical experience, whether you
are a qualified doctor, nurse, law-
yer or engineer which is the most
important training of all. Too
often, people having earned an
academic qualification feel they
are experts and have nothing to


















WO BICYCLES were involved

in an accident along Wilson
Hill, St. John, yesterday morning.
One was owned and ridden by
Clement Small of St. James while
the other is owned by Gordon
Waithe of St. Jonn and was rid-
den by his daughter Thelma, The
front wheel of Small’s bicycle was
damaged.

BICYCLE BELONGING to B.
Nicholls of St. Philip, was

a particular case than thinking of
it only as a broken thigh bone or
one of obstruction.

They had to be prepared to
adapt themselves to each indi-
vidual patient and always main-
tain that cheerful and hopeful
demeanour which was the great-
est asset to a successful outcome
of the patient's illness,

“If we strive to do all this,” he
said, “and if we are never satisfied
unless we are successful in so
doing, then we can say that we
have deserved well of this good
hospital and, more important still,
deserved well of the community
which we serve.”

The following nurses received badges
prizes or @ertificutes

Student Nurses who have completed
their training and qualified for the

miles

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Pills had given others. # had only to use
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Plain
colours

Green,
Pink,

extensively damaged after it}learn. For nurses, their training Hospital Badge = =

struck an embankment along|extends to their whole period of MAY! 1949 , eas
Blackman’s Road, St. Joseph at|service for every patient is almost i King, » Niles, 5 Bennett o. Smal
about 8.30 yesterday morning. jas different in personality as their Pi gman ty tke











Nicholls’ face was injured,

SCENE FROM THE BAT-
TLE OF WATERLOO will

fingerprints,
Something More
Further, you need something

pe oe more than a technique of nursing. Preliminary State Exarninatior ‘ Turquoise,
be featured in a_ Concert om To succeed in your vocation you | __ MAY, 1949 ILETRIES
at the Central Station a: teeae should have a moral reassurance ,,5..Grâ„¢nt M: Gay, G. Ramsay, M i i
Grounds one Steae vein this {28 deep as the religious faith which“ “ieenARY, — 1960 Tangerine.
29. The subscription de 2 Fund | motivated Florence Nightingale aM. narrow. V. Ramsay, A. Archer
et ance vail aa century ago. Your mental influ- U. Clarke. M. Sealy, B. Barrow, C 3 . ;
for the Bay Street Boys Club. .., Jence over patients is no less im~ ©#"?"!l and © Robertson. SMOKERS’ Suitable for Curtains etc. 44" wide.......54¢

Another feature will be A portant than the scientific weapons EXAMINATION PRIZES

Race Day Sketch of the Garrison | | pharmacology placed at your

G. Husbands, E
Dowrich. D
Clarke, J

Junior

Rouse, E. Bushell

Harding, D. Foster, G
Hutchinson, D. Welch

Nurses who have passed the



FINALS, MAY 1949





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‘ 2 jeneral Nursing (D1 Stuart 1 1 " ’

Savannah” wile there, wat Sige dteptent Gensrs! Nurst : A. I * BEST DISPENSING REQUISITES 36 WAG sce cisiues ee
be a Physical a 2 = It may be heretical to say at Medicine (Dr. C. Manning) — G. King. siehienadt

and musical items. gery iT A. S. Cato G. King








such a gathering as this that I be-
lieve the power of healing through
the mind is one of the most power-

The Concert will be given by
the Police, assisted by some of the
talented local artistes.

PRELIMINARY, MAY 149
General Nursing (Dr H E Skeete)
M. Ramsay
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ful drugs known to medicine and “#\omy and Physiology (Dr. W. H. : ( AVE SH
HE MOTOR TRANSPORT |that power is to a very large €X- Hygiene (Dr G G ;
SECTION of the Central ines in the hands of the nursing — Ramsay SUPPLIES 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
A ati i > being re- | profession. ‘ ee
vvistioa ana reconseeian. in the| Finally, on behalf of this assem Genorsi' Nursing (Dre Ih Carter E Ete.
sast vehicles were forced to use| bly, I congratulate all who have — Rouse :
the garage at the back of the |received awards to-day and wish Medicine (D. 3. E. Donohoe) G. Wes 2 SAAT SSCS SSS
Police @ompound, and this made the newly qualified nurses every Sarwaee the ae 6 sai




success in the future and pray that

i y di t them to get
it very Gitteult ie . they will find satisfaction and hap-

in and out of the Station.

: x 7 "4m ''g r "

The Commissioner said yester-|piness in the vocation which they General, Nursing (Dr. A. A. Gibbons) | % x Do vou WANT THE BESI sTo\ E
day that when this new garage is have chosen, i ig a See | x
completed, all the vehicles will Vote cf Thanks Mantlat - 8¢, tuteow | 20 :
be under one roof, and will be] Moving a vote of thanks, Dr. Hygiene (Dr CH. St. Joh: vig LUA VALUE ?
able to move off without delay. O'Mahony said that some of a Ramsay %

, ight feel that they were then STAFF NURSE ;
WENTY-NINE YEAR OLD thorow hly accomplished in the [. Barrett i Se : :
Mr. ugh T, Shearer, one | profession of nursing. Others tvansrose =f START WITH SELECT A...

of the Jamaican delegates who them, and those he preferred, Fenn YE i 1% SKIN c ‘RES
attended the Labour Course | might feel that they should really i , h MV iy
held in Barbados during August | never consider themselves so effici- DR. J. W. HAWKINS vrust FUND

and December 1948, has recently
been appointed to two new posi-
tions created by the BI.T.U. in
the union executive, — Island
Supervisor and Chief Arbitration aia
Officer. .
Mr. Shearer joined the Union
at an early age He has been
K.S.A.C, councillor since 1947.

ent that they might not strive for
more and more perfection in the
difficult art of nursing.



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1950





HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON




.
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: : Backaclie
| Gone in 1 Week
|

Flush Kidneys With Cystex and You'll Feel Fina

Cystex—the prescription of a famous doctor—
ends all troubles due to faulty kidney action in
double quick time, so, if you suffer from Rheu-
‘ism, Sciatica, Neuritis, Lumbago, Backache
sness, Leg Pains, Dizziness, Circles under
Eyes, mes and Colds, Poor En-
ergy ond Appetite Puffy Ankles, Burning,
Smarting Passages, or have frequently to Get
up Nights, go to your chemist today for Cystey
and be fit and well next week. °

Cystex Helps Nature 3 Ways
The Cystex treatment is highly scientific, being
specially compounded to soothe, tone and clean
Taw, sore, sick kidneys and bladder and to re-
move acids and poisons from your system safely

PCOMRADE AYGOTCHA SUST
ANGOTCHA.. LEFT MY OFFICE... SEIZE

NOU HAVE DONE WELL! YOu HER IMMEDIATELY! SEND
SHALL BE REWARDED! 4 | HER TO CONCENTRATION

quickly and surely, yet contains no harsh,
harmful or dangerous drugs. Cystex works in
these 3 ways to end your troubles: —

(1) Starts killing the germs which are attack-
, 2 * ing your Kidneys, Bladder and urinary sys-
Lady Dudley, one of England's loveliest utled women, is a Mrs. Lawrence W. Earle, leading figure in Phila tem in two hours, yet is absolutely harmless
honey blonde with grey eyes and a wonderful, fair skin. “I society, is noted for her lovely complexion. “I woul

ise Pond’s Creams regularly and it’s amazing the piers without my Pond’s Creams,” she says." Pond’s Cold Cre

to human tissue
(2) Gets rid of health destroying, deadly pol-

BRC M s sonous acids with which your system has
that I’ond’s Creams have made to my skin,” says Lady Dudley. so pleasant to use, and it leaves my face looking ever so much | 4. become saturated,
"T's so much softer, smoother, clearer.” softer and fresher.” (2) Strengthens and reinvigorates the kidneys,

protects you from the ravages of disease-
@ attack on the delicate Miter organism, and
stimulates the entire system



9 Weeks in Hospital—Now Well

BY CHIC YoU Blonde or Brunette she eure for Ae pars wih Rie aa

| Joints. 1 was not able to raise my arms and
|








re 7 spent nine weeks in hospital. They said 1 would
mM huni is 7 THEY PROTECT THEIR LOVELINESS WITH THE SAME BRAUTY CARE | Soumper wel MAAR ee ke
eee ; - pitt OE aa at : Health Improved in 2 Days

TO Sa ry WHAT & STRUGGLE DADDY a. WE HAVE J | . : re * ’ brs ’ — “I had not feit toile well for ages and oes

WHY DO I HAVE TO GO Wii a BUT I CINAkkY GOT jn APPLE core} - } Hrunette Mrs. Lawrence Earle, who lives in U.S.A., little Pond’s Vanishing Cream into your skin, This continually from backachee and headaches. 1
© _— . 7 : most per! in Ly Ou n

} ¢ PaJanike Ana TUCKED ae See * oT = end Lady Dudley, well-known London hostess, have delightful, non-greasy cream makes an ideal powder lasting relie/, Finally T decided to give Cystex 4

=, IN CREF OR THE _ $7 cne thing intommon—they use the same beauty care! base because it holds powder matt for hours. It pul] much pain and expense has improved

4 oe ° : o. ¢ . . > , ST m 01 t th

me OT poe aes This beauty care is Pond’s, and it is the favourite Pere your skin, too. tnings haus Gone for months ie

if society’s loveliest women in America, England, Start at once with Pond’s two creams to make yout ‘ Guaranteed to Put You Right

ind France. skin clearer, softer, smoother. In a very short while
you'll be thrilled with its new
radiance, At all beauty counters.

or Money Back

"Get Cystex from your chemist
today, Give it a thorough test
Cystex is guaranteed to make
you feel younger, stronger,
better in every way, in 24
hours and to be completely
well in 1 week or your money
back if you return the empty
package. Act now!

Pond’ | i
Ss |\Cystex:::%3:
P 2 A

In the carting, Paar you make-up, smooth a | the CUARANTEED Remedy RHEUMATIS

“By FRANK STRIKER "| J YOUR FRIENDS WILL ENVY THIS
BEAUTIFUL PEN AND PENCIL Preferential treatment

Jor Bananas at the

i ae
be ff. Tay.

b
Why not give your complexion the benefit of ‘the
same care? Follow this easy routine: regularly every
right, cleanse the skin thoroughly with Pond’s Cold
Cream, swirling it gently over face and throat with
ur fingers. “Rinse’’ with more Cold Cream for
extra cleansing, extra softening.













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- «© « « « « WITH WHISPER (2 THE SOUTH OF FRARGE
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TRUST K.O, ! OID ONCE AND } :

: ME TO MR.@RAD MITCHELL'S “
HE WAS AN ANGEL! WE'LL_#. AND THEN AOOM, NO NOISE - NO QUESTIONS
CALL ON YOUR




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INTO THIS!. D'AILLEURS- 4/40 TOLD
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VRE, MERC NR i You can choose your Summit pen and pencil
: in a lovely grey, green, dark red or blue as

i well as black, Pen and pencil have the spring The West India and the

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TIT . val Albe i of the
ij ei Anchor safety clip and fittings in gleaming Royal Albert Docks of the Port
| 4. The 8,160 has » 14 ct. gold of London Authority are equip-
rolled + rae ir pen ° ‘1 } ped with modern mechanical
nib with iridium point; the P.160 penc appliances for _ off - loading
carries six extra leads and arubber. Theysre bananas ; escalators (as shown) They have the advantage of
sold together in a handsome case, or you and moving belts for the arriving at the largest consumer
| buy them separately. Jamaican variety, trays for the market in the world—London.
more tender Canaries This facility available to banana
| -@ y _ | Bananas and fruits of all kinds, shippers, symbolises the com-
SummitiPens Made nm England like all cargoes shipped to the prehensive service offered by
| Port of London, benefit by the P.L.A.,, covering every field
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SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVE}
LS TS YTS a, ASST RRNA

CLASSIFIED ADS. ) Pustic xerices| WANTED 7

































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Melbourne mid July. N. Queensland Tr , sean one ort ; '
+ ; 7 * he M.YV DAERWOOD” will
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Cycle & Motor Cycle

Telephone 2508, HELP emer tr rbarminamniveramrmerntey WOMEN POLICE
Sennen a aetna NOTICE In Carlisle Bay Seawell 4 Recruiting of Women. Police will take place at the Police Train-
IN MEMORIAM 2 —- A GIRL for office work. Previous ing School, District “A” at 10 am. on ‘Wedne 2ist June
FOR RENT PARISH OF ST. PETER experience not essential. Apply by] IN PORT: Yacht Tern MI, Sch. Ros ARRIVALS—By BWA 1950
ioe ee a The road leading from Boscobe'j letter and in person. L. M. B. Meyers} rene, Sch. Harriet Whittaker, Sch. Lad ¥ TRINIDAD ~ : :
Ir loving memory of our dear beloved | ___ chapel hill to the Baltic is closed tc! & Co., Lid 17 6.80—t..1. | Noeleen, Yacht Leasider. Sch. Emar Mar r Er Carrington, | Qualifications
eee ae a net : | turough traffic until further notice reine *1C. Gordon, Sch. Belqueen, Sch. Gar- Thoma ar Edgar Applicants must be between 19 15 years of age and possess
departed this life on June 1 HOUSES By order of the Commissioners a . denia W Sch. Raheow MM Ss Thomp: Rawl Kathleen pine va ~ . tin ss capt
A loving daughter and sist rs E. H, CHALLENOR, MISCELLANEOUS DOrtac, Sch, Frances W. Smith, SS. Johnson, Percy ” john Hender- | the Elementary educational qualific Standard VII or over.
and kind AP. Inspector of Highways, — Doe a . eae oe son, Walter Ethel ‘old ot, Robert
What worderful memories you've 1 snatt St een eee ee —, Sot. Peter BOARDERS_Coal comfortable Room | Statesman, Sch, BM Tannis A. Acosta, Michael Acosta, aay one ADowancss : Medea ius 459.00. ‘der by
behind id Wek Se Pemaiecd erate eee t4ae ee and Pull Board available to Visitors} oy nor Gee hoot ton LUCIA 1e pay of a Policewoman on enlistment is $52.00 per month
lent days and nights you've bore f{iuiars Dial ose ALMA LASHLEY oer to Trinidad. Near Queen’s Park Savan- nen ne es eek Jour, Raymond Joseph, Hu-}rising by annual increments of $48.00 up to $80.00 per month
your pains y 5 31,5.50 nah. Write Mrs. Stone, 80 Dundonald | ~“P' ‘Mormacray, 4358 tons net, Capt Worth, Henry Smith, Daisy |] Promotion to Non Commissioned Rank is on merit
bag ae best but Ged Himself te ea Shae ca baad ee eee befovsee = 4 a Street, Port-of-Spain. 6.6.50.—12n, Duiand. trom Curaceo MARTINIQUE A Washing Allowance of $2.00 per month is also payable
knew bes' COTTAGE AND FLAT rent furn SERV ow makes possible al - DEPARTURES ‘ Dasold Gordan j
And took you home, for eternal rst. c+ for sale together—Beautiful = holidays. fete” eee large — ae anie.. -Caribeae, 300. tohe net. CXot eee SS HATRA © Uniform
Leon (father), Elfreda (mother), Wilfred dans facing Sea Hastings main Road Under one management Seeket teae Bocn eer Ter boumbs, for Dominica Cita Boa 1 Rodriguez Free uniform is provided.
‘brother}, Carlotta, Irene, Gwen Sea Water (heated) to one of the five RATHO MILL TOWER HOTEL 14.6.50—6n. : From BRITISH GUIAN R. T. MICHELIN,
sisters) 17.6.59—1n oun Jagan Seva Cookers, Frigid- St. oes Grbincinnnaasientetaieaisnioumeheenieptentinnenpmmngtieatient) MAIL NOTICES Miss Marie De Barros, Miss Cohstance Cire ieel ale Polic
a aires—Telephone 2949 2.6.50.—T.F.N. % 6565S 5%, SSSS8S8O" Theobald, Mr. Geoffrey Harvey-Read, Mr sipenseeemes . ¢ r
In loving memory of m9 = areet husband BYRON LOWE, “who depat DUN-BEATH—Middle St. St. James on-the-sea Bequia Isla . ° W | the Sch, Rainbow M. will be closea .; | From ANTIGUA oe eee —
this life on the 17th June, ‘949 for particul: a . : offers all that can be desired. Beauti [| ¢ NOT! CE . e Se a
s d and take yoi particulars apply to K. Sondiford bathing, fishing, excel- |< I \ [the Generai Post Office as under Herbert Rogers
ESE OF EO eee “| two-storey house standing on 6,143 §.Ft.| {U) Scenery, Sen Oakes, eres mw ule = NX] Parcel Mail, Registered Mail and Ordin DEPARTURES—By B.W.LAL POLICE NOTICE
et tt Na ‘ Spry ‘St. Cty | ent cuisines and bats. RATES Saii|g . THE PER-FIT DRESS SHOP beg Xfary Mail at 10.15 a.m. on the 17th June, For TRINIDAD
ee Se pene pan ae ee 17.6.50-—2n 74 Pia ur ee ‘ @ ‘to inform their customers that 1950 for Grenada Mr. James Boyce, Mrs queline Car
or those you loved y' ¥ e > an . (§ they will be closed from June Maiis for the undermentioned placer 1 y rington, Miss Suzanne Carrington, Mr
_God grant you now eternal roe ESPERANZA Fully furnished from | ERROL, G. ROOKS, x 1§.h to July rd cinclusive) for x the Sch ” Cyril E Smith will be ecloscd Edgell Carrington, Miss Marte DeVerteuil, RENEWAL OF DRIVING LICENSES
Ever to be remembered by his lovin’ the 15th on St. James’ lovely sea coast Box 47, @S holidays 17.6.50-—-2n Slat the Genera) Post Office as under Mr. John Law, Mr, Charles McAlester, All Licenses to drive Motor Vehicles expire on the 3lst May, and
wife Mildred Lowe, Sons: Norman Phone 91-33 10.6.50—4n Saint Vincent. > M1 Parcel Mail, Registered Mail and Or- Mrs, Alma MeAlester, Rev, Gordon Os ,
Horace, Colin amd Cecil, Mother: Sera 3 Eo Js ae : | 12.6.50—26n, O 4,464, 4466,66 dinary Mail at 10.15 a.m, on the 17th good, Mr. Shtayba Habio, Yousef | Must be renewed by the 30th June
I Broth R au 1 ——- —— ; - ote “ - tina i" atl
awe, rothers: Russe! awe al ; SS = June, 1950 for Trinidad wabih Renewal of a license can be done by st. Enclose--: ste
Freddie Lowe, Sisters: Agatha J« GARAGE near Concord, Rockley New | ———— ooo ie aea en cae doe . : ‘ hn " nelose--a postal
Megam Kelly, Madeline Forde and S Road Phone 3261 Mrs. Arthur 7 order fc cents and forward your previous license
cs : mr |e seme | [IMPORTANT |
Hall. 17.6 ,.50— Ridgeway 17.6.50_2n | SHE ae coe che nes Address it to the Licensing Department, Police Headquarters,
, SE 2 :
, y g th Yo the Creditors holding specialty Lien Bridgetown
In loving memory eT ioe By cn one LARGE HOUSE and Apartment acaiaat HMILLABY Plantation, St. Thomas The Supply of Natural Gas 8 a wee
Mrs. ANNIE REDM , la ot on the sea St. Lawrence, fully furn-|““DAKE NOTICE that I, the Owner, R. T. MICHELIN,;
June 18th 1938. ished. Apply: Miss K. Hunte, Dratton, | . t is being continued pend- " ‘
She loved her Saviour to adore, | St. Lawrence. Dial 8357 of the above Plantation am anos - i tiati Cemmissioner of Police.
And meekly all her sufferings bore, | $.6.80—gn. cbtain & loan ee See, mg negotiations. Police Headquarters,
Sweet be thy rest ——— visions of the above Act — >
5 3 st, j a ee . a ,
And _peacefl thy sleping | REST COT —Weichek from tain dune tol Sud Mantauonige cmc ATT The Barbados Gas Co —— cs
God’s way is always best }end of July. Phone 3065 aio. Sees nee as baseewed unde = ey 14th June, 1950 15.6.50—-2n
Dh Stanley Redmond (Son, U.S.A.},; 14.6.50—t.f.n the Agricultural Aids Act, 1905, or the UD.
Gladys Redmond (Daughter), Mrs. Edith | Ae " a t Ie i iL 7 oil Beebo tN
es - 7.6.50—1n — above Act (as the case may e) in —— 4
Mottley (Sister) nS: | respect of such year.
i Dated this 15th day of June 1950
In loving memory of ISLA sma | , :
who parted this life 17th day of June PUBLIC SALES MARION G. Cee potest
1987, ris, biae _
ing daughter, a faithful friend | = 15.6.50—3n peticattY for 8 ermrnnsneeceenenesenintnesemnoe - em recta Sateen z
Dee eee edla dened — ie New Arrivals ‘Pink tint MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEA- :
Every hour in some sweet day AUCTION | LAND LINE LTD., (M.A/N.Z. LINE) eee,
Her beautiful Memory comes our way, NOTICE BROOKS SADDLES “OF
No voice can say, T aace heed abies “bar ts SS. “CITY OF DIEPPE” | sails 5 as sare
= a av 3 Com- The MV CARIBBEE will }
No words can pay, missioner of Police to sell 9 BARBADOS Adelaide May 19th. Melbourne June : .
. . » years today a on Monday accept Cargo and Passengers f
3 Se eee ian ae re 4 19th June, at Central Station, seeinnine IN THE ASSISTANT COURT Tool Bags yi U R Q U A L ITY PA | NTS W A L PA M UR Q UA lL ITY and rae June 1¢th, Brisbane ; omnes "avenci a mangers. ft
er ye re’ rr 3 at 2 m. Thi - OF APP! ‘ @4th arriving a nidad abou uly 21s ‘ . : 5 . 3
Harold Brewster (brothers), Martha Sao LY — Gh de popsensas RE WORKER Gontbiene anion ( ll | id pain, S.S. “PORT WELLINGTON” | sails Nevis ne in Kitts Sailing
Clarke (mother). 17.6.50-—In.? (p) fountain pens, Ten (10) ladies” hana ACT 1943 ; ¢ t] Ol an e Tips July/August. Brisbane early August . .
bags, One (1) demijohn containing a Notice is hereby given that Herbert









2nd, Sydney June l4th, Brisbane :

accept Cargo and Passengers fo
arasol, O1 ( Si a y . about 9th September. . s : rt concer talades
SALE s ~ nr 1) motor car wheel and George, employed “ Bulkeley Plan These vessels have! ainple apwe for St. Lueia, St. Vincent, Grenada
sy op yre, and several other items| tution as a labourer, was injured when Pump Connections chilled, hard frozen and general cargo and Aruba, Date of sailing to be
of interest. a truck laden with canes drove over “arc
—_—=-—= D’ARCY A. SCOTT, his chest and died as a result of the 4 _ Cargo accepted on through bills ot
Government Auctioneer irjuries sustained and that Compen- E ; lading with transhipment at stinidad for
AUTOMOTIVE 16.6.80—4n} sation has been paid into Court NEWSAM & Co British Guiana, Barbados, Winé-yerd and





All Guardians and persons concerned ASSOCIATION INC
CAR—One (1) Vauxhall 12 H.P

ith hy bove- ed d sed a en - FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD.,
Apply F. C. Hutson, Grand View, UNDER THE SILVER saraieea vaguised. var auseee. at the PSOOSSSS



notified
B.W.L. SCHOONER OWNERS
Leeward Islands, |

——— Agents, Trinidad. Consignee Dial No. 404%
Government eal. aso HAMMER © | azi"snt Sour, ot Appeal “on, Weaves-| 8 sello Rvervbady! Ite Swingtime DA COBRA & 00. LTD.,

tyges in geod condition. Prive’ reason: Re Re A ERY Grate of the Dated ‘thie 13th day of June 1950 A GRAND DANCE

all, Or Ps errr oe House appointments at “Rawle House” Sn





Ag. Clerk, A.C.A



Codrington College which includes will be mven by



“ a a
Round Tip-Top Dining Table; Upright| 27°50 MISS MARJORYE DOWNES 0.
FURNITURE , Chairs, Pedestal Sideboard, Serving. at ,
* ayes ed Sa eae I sla ada ane oeerresirennen nena The Y.M.U.C. CLUB, St. Joseph
® ‘'URE—Several Larders, ‘on- ee; riting Table, kshelves 2 q 4 Jo:
iphone Kitchen-Tables, Dressing- { Whatnot, Floor Lamp, Drop Leaf Work NOTICE (Kindly lent by the Management) Inc.
Tables and numerous other Articles at| Table (on pedestal), Folding Car? on —
bargain prices, in Ralph A. Beard’s| Table, Morris, High back, Arm and CARLTON CRICKET CLUB SUNDAY NIGHT 25th June 1950 NEW ORLEANS SER~IOR
Auction Rooms, Hardwood Alley, open; Occasional Chairs upholstered witn| MEMBERS are asked to note that the Admission : s Arr.
daily 8 a.m. to 12 noon, interior Springs, and all in mahogany:| Club’s Grounds will be open for GENTS 2/- -:0:-. LADIES 1/6 nO, wees
17,6,50—n. | Dining Table (seats) Sideboard upright} cricket practice from Tuesday next the .



“ALCOA RANGER" 3ist May Wth June
and Morris chairs, Rocker, Tea Trolley | 20th June

Musie by Mr. Arnold Meanwell's

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WALPAMUR QUALITY PAINTS- Way,
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ae e 8.8. ALCOA ROAMER ...... sevese 2 June 24 June
Bookshelves, Tables all in Pine, Twin F. St. C. HUTCHINSON, Orchestra efreshments on Sale
MECHANICAL Mahog: Bedsteads, Vono Springs, Dress- Bony. @weretary. |e , ‘ NEW YORK SERVICE
ing Table, Chest of Drawers, Bedside | 17 6.50—2n SSO OS OOOO sail Arr.
BICYCLE — One Lady's second-hand] Table, Deep Sleep Mattresses, Divan &



Bicycle. Newly painted. Compiete with | bed, Triple antique Folding Mirror and
good bell and light. Miss Gibbs./ Long Wall Mirror, Cheval glass Cedar



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“ATLANTIAN” Ebga ii Pan id-June End June

Street on Friday 23rd June, 1950, at 2.p.m.[- APPLICATIONS are invited for the renewed, Imported and made




s— 80th June l4th July
| Sec: ' , Also:--ARTISTS BRUSHES for use with these Prints ‘
NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank | TON & SEALY, . here, curved and flat glass, in : ;
net ‘hut ule 7 ey nse Pe ee ee oe $2 to 875 ne a ae UP AD AND ‘THE LOCKS an dn general: Unie: of teks ean Ine Sen ee
and get, but quick. 11.6.50.—11n. |" Sugar Producti Seehuiet. Conia! to 875. CUPBOARD AND , LOCKS and a genera ion For
‘ Fre bot tin. | nv me cee ee te "i SIDEBOARDS — Modern and JOHNSON'S STATIONERY AND HARDWARE Closee in Barbados
a. .f.n

older styles. Mahogany and other.
$18 up
DINING TABLES Several
sizes, and shapes, extension, flap-
sides and fixed tops. Mahogany,
Deal and other
3 SEWING MACHINES~—Hand
Chain-stitch and SINGER Treadles
$27, $60, $120.
GRAMOPHONES — Portable,
Table and Cabinet models, $15

Fancy Molasses Control and Marketin
| WORTHING (NEAR CACRABANK Seton ola ‘ontrol ai ar 8

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RAINCOATS—Ladies’ Plastic Rain- HOTEL) CHRIST CHURCH s Suns
coats in White, Blue and Maize $4.89| yzogern fully furnished chalet in pri- Race ton pi Capital Rehabilitatio
15 6.50—3n. | vate estate standing in half an acre of Sugar Industry Price Stabilization

KHAKI SOCKS—For Boys with turn-| Vi Kept and laid out gardens— one] peweor pdus
over tops, only Tic. per pair. W. A | minute from sea and beautiful sandy| ‘The salary of the post will depend
Griffith & Co. Head of Swan Street. | potning beach. Sek HRMS, Eee mL cts ee ead
- gael The house contains large living room,|than £500 per annum nor more than
dining room, two bedrooms to which an/ £700 per annum. The post is non-

PER SONAL ‘extra bedroom can be added if desired.| pensionable and terminable at one

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NOTICE “THULIN" Pe ' . 9th June 17th June
Courtesy Garage. 17.6.50—2n. | Press, Frigidaire in perfect condition, Q £ oh? 2 p ‘
—— = | Fler, Toester Iron Hot Plate Enamel Top |" as istian clence ) re ne cere” tees
Table, Larder, 2 Burner Oil Stove, RBADOS. i
MISCELLANEOUS Kitchen utensils and many other items IN THE ASSISTANT COURT ° . CANADIAN SERVICK
Sale 11.30 o'clock. Ti Cash OF APPEAL SOUTEROUND
An assortment of solid Iron Meter | ~"'° re Gh ongeees ey WORKMEN” PENSATION ea In oom ) : os Naima iii aiiaate inthe aiaiatanieina Sails Sails Arrives
Cases. Could. be used as Refuse Bins BRANKER, TR co RE WO! ae we ENS ORGS OPPO FOOS voor SSF SSE Name of Ship Montreal Halifax Barbados
Painted, they make smart Gargen Tubs Auctioneers ” “| Notice is hereby given that Frederick 1ST FLOOR, BOWEN & SONS x : % 8.8. "ALCOA PURITAN” May 29th June 8rd June 1th
1/3, 2/6 ie waite ue euneer 47.4;50-2n Rice of Road View, St. Peter, srployes (vend: Siveeas & FoR SALE NOTICE 8.8, ALCOA POLARIS” June 9th June 12th duane 28nd,
cneaper, et yr _ ee by Messrs. R. & G. Challenor as ‘ os. %, COA PILGRIM" June 23rd June 26th July @th
17.6.50—2n Gaptain of Barge, fell into the sea while Hours : 10 ons p.m. % x NORTHBOUND ro f
her i a tallying sugar aboard a barge and died esdays, Wednesdays, ¢ . trives
Before the rainy season PLASTIC as a result of drowning and that Com- . x Ba
HEAD TIES, Florals and Self Shades @| REALESTATE pensation has been pald into Court { Bek o ) % = Dairy Feed being very & + VACATION af 8.8. “ALCOA PENNANT" Jun h . For St. John, Montreal and St. Lawrence
36c. each. The Modern Dress Shoppe. - ” All the Dependamts o& the above: 10 a.m.—12 o'clock. ‘. ) t %g River Ports
15.6.50,—-3n. AN”, rae aot WAINad GOSSAGE Rea Femuived { Saturdays. ) % scarce we offer;— » HARRIS PHOTO STUDIO 8.8. “ALCOA PURITAN” = June 24th = For Montreal and St, Lawrence River #
————— “ ° a . y 2 2 Sv Ports
CAR AND TRUCK TYRES & TUBES | ‘t#nding on 1 acre 3 roods af land. | to apper oe per ithe 4 eres At this Room the Bible and CORN MEAL at $7.76 per x 5 “A STEAMER” July %th For Montreal and St. Lawrenée Biver
4.50 x 19, 5.50 x 18, 4.50 x 17 and 30 x 5,! The dwellinghouse contains verandah | 0n Wednesday the mr the Christian Selenoe text-book. 98 lb. ba % will be closed during the Ports
ail at bargain prices, Courtesy Garage. | (rawing and dining rooms, lounge, ‘| 44,20 oclock ain. ¢ June. 1980 { scierss 2 Heaith wita Key to $ » bag. » These vessels have limited passenger accommodation
Dial 4616 17.6.50—8n, } bedrooms (2 with running water), usur m my ..0 7 the Sorlptures by MARY BAKER ~ BRAN at $7.50 per 1001b, ¢% month of July, ‘Seniniiianaiiiieee
ute eapsiim”~= aes }jconventences, bettery.:; pantry an o iy ey me ( EDDY my aabiaan borrowed ) x bag : i¢ acu wh oben
a kitchen. Electricity, water and tele : . a aaee. 7 > > D. HARRIS, pply ; DA COs & CO, LTD.—Canndian Servive.
Mhocery store, John F. Huteon Lta. | Phone installed. 27.6,80—8n. Visitors Are Welcome , |* yur Se Me propeleter ROBERT THOM UTD.—New York and Guit service,
* a : "16 .6.50—2n In the yard there are servants rooms 6 % HAROLD PROVERBS » Pp ‘
| arog etc, and the grounds comprise : Swwowwewwse |: & CO. LTD. ¥ 10.6.50.—-6n a — ——— -
venamniesian @ HOIST tor_uve | Eaiwn and gardens.» SN" CP Barbados Youth Movement * ‘
on most long wheelbase Trucks. New * y X . “ Pe as \
ea for immediate delivery, Courtesy | Owner, eae D. ae eae ee “ag 1937 —1950 Y Cc ’ B ‘ 36CSCRUOOSO COS Saas SSS \ -
Garage. Dial 4616 17.6.50—3n, ie Oia eal y atk e at ea athne When you view the progress Barbado ou ant eat ———————eeeeeeeoooeoeoooeee | \¥
(pennies ieittarntcsaditaatnmncinamanamitee - ie i y my =a eenaown a Cee a hes made during the past few years we PASSAGES TO IRELAND \ K
MATTRESSES — Better quality Mat- ooh June instant as nie “| are sure you will agree this has come These Big Values i \.
tresses with Ceylon Fibre in Best Quality EARWOOD A BOYCE, gout through the good work of The { -——
English Ticking. Size 3 . specially , arbados You ovement; so help w ‘ : EL ae es Sse to s
rined at $12.98. Also Double Bed Size, Solicitors. | ;> help the unfortunate youths of ¢ Antilles Products Ltd., Roseau, Dominic a, offer passages | OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KING :
4 in »au about :
4 ft. 6in, at $20.98. G. W. Hutchinson & | 15.6.50—12n. Barbados. Dublin per M.V. “DUALA”, next sailing from evens abo
; a — a Seth . j = ee days.
Son ee ee 15.6.50,$n,|_ “SANDY CREST’'—situate at Cattle- Rev 5 BGR. Ponce 20th June, and thereafter about every or: thee om Vessel From Leaves Due
nem wash, Bathsheba, standing on One Acre} Jt Oi. BROWNE-Gen Secy Single fare, £70, usual reductions for children. Berbadoes
NEEDLES for your record player . . .| Ten Perches of land. oe ang 17.6.50—In F Apply direct. :
al] kinds including Ruby and Sapphire | The house contains Eallery er svith run- a" I 8. “PACTICIAN” Tons S3ist May
semi-permanent needles to play severa) | “'nin# rooms, | 1 outoffi Fatt atacand taglines - : : RE BARRE AEM Ala ome ae ani? . + #ondon 3ist May 20th June
ning water, kitchenette, usual outoffices, AND OTHER THINGS! S.S. “PLANTER” ; Liverpool 17th June
thousand Nea ys & CO., LTD electric Hight, garage and servant's room. NOTICE inigehal AcAtIC as SS. “LORD CHURCH” l 7th June 30th June
A. ” a9 The above will be set up for sale at CHINA CABINET ) z 2 a 33 . hain ‘GokotRd in tOBIN et 4 London
24.5.50-—t.2,M- ublic competition at our Office in Lucas TS—New and REEVES & SONS STUDENT, OIL & an 11S.S
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Tiled bathroom with tub bath and shower] month's notice on either side up We E MPORIUM Y
iat | (hot and cold water) and built in way Applications stating age, educational - — THE CENTRAL 4 TERMAIN
THE public are hereby warned ageinst ) cupboard, tiled kitchen with built in] qualifications and experience, together a 4 pe aS
giving credit to my wife ETHELINE | stone cupboard and new Philco combined | with COPIES of testimonials should be L S WILSON (CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietors) we
HUTSON (nee Phillips), as I do not! refrigerator and deep freeze, large arched} addressed to the Director of Agricul- ie De

Corner of Broad & Tudor Streets.
hold myself responsible for her or) verandah, all steel windows with hoods,| ture, Queen's Park, and will be arccept-

anyone else contracting any debt or) steel! French doors, large stone garage| cd up to Saturday the 24th of June, ——
debts in my name unless by a written | and servants quarters with toilet and] 1950 oS

order signed by me. shower, the house js tastefully furnished, 16.6.50—4n
HAVE YOU GOT A
COLD or COUGH



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From Montreal, St, John, N.B., Halifax, N.S.
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pine floors’ the garden contains grass- Loading Dates

36.6.50—2n. lawns, tropical flowering shrubs and NOTICE Expected
————————————_- "| flowers together with eight coconut a A Montreal Halifax Anivel pee

alms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw, Estate o! Py , ay ne a sags whi x 4 larbados

NOTICE jf range, tamarind, breadfruit, is ethics FITZ a REID. WEEKLY 8 RV ICES | cane aah mas oe que a June

re the S trees, wire-mesh enclosed lock up vege- dec es A ‘ont le ik ; See oye vay
esta , S.S. A VESSEL 28th June ard July 19th July
WALTER idaceaien HOLDER table garden and tdol shed, colassed}] NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all IF SO TRY

ST. VINCENT
AND

DOMINICA

FOR FULL INFORMATION CONTACT

driveways and garden paths, will be
OTT HEREBY GIVEN that all » persons having any debt or claim upon
sacauie Martie any debt or claims sold unfurnished if desired. Attractive | or affecting the estate of Fitz Herbert
against the Estate of Walter Thomas price. Phone owner 3316 between 10 a.m.| Reid late of the Garden in the parish
Holder, deceased, late of Venture in the SSS Bie 13.6.50—4n | of Saint James who died in this Island
parish ‘of Saint John in this Island who on " 17th a of aay ae a
st 1949,| . hereby require: oO sen n particulars
Titextane a pechoaseet % see ta par- rer en rare atable for ee of their claims, duly attested, to the
s ; , acres at Lodge al undergned c/o D, Lee Sarjeant of
Healers. 2 uate ne | arrested At Fontabelle on the sea 2 acres of Bien eiceel Bridgetown, Solicitor, on

Signed AUGUSTUS HUTSON, the beds have both deep sleep and Dun-
| BROWNE'S
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Holder, c/o Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors. | ind, Suitable for Hotel. | 5 acres land | oy before the 20th day of August, : ,
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Lodge Hill. | iopilio mattresses, shingled roof, polished
CERTAIN COUGH
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LAND—Two (2) atres of arable land



beside main road, with | , / Ht ‘oceed to
tree’ idgetown, on or} .... . after which date we shall pr
bates ier slat D4 isuy, 1950, after | Water and lights available. Apply | distribute the assets of the said estate



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: —
D’Arcy A. Scott, M ‘Lan ; : Colds, Bronchitis, Sore Throat |
which date I shall proceed to distribute Meare 166-503. | MONE the parties entitled jainime only |@ Hoarseness, Bronchial Asthma, AGENTS |
assets e deceased amon creepers ! p a .
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Water Polo Season |
Commences June 27th
6 Teams Entered For The Competition

AT a special meeting between the teams of the Bar-
bados Amateur Water Polo Association, held at the
Barbados Aquatic Club on Thursday afternoon, it was
decided that six teams would enter for the 1950 Competi-
tion. The first matches of the Season will be played on
Tuesday 27th June, as on Thursday 29th, there will be
Intercolonial football at Kensington.

The six teams antered are
Sword Fish, Barracudas, Flying
Fish, Snappers, Bonitas, and Po-
lice.

This is the first time that Po-
lice have entered a team in the
competition for many years, and
although their qualities are 80
far unknown, they have been
practising at the Harbour Police
pier getting into some form of
shape. 5

The other teams are all evenly
balanced.

New Name

Last year’s cup winners 2nd
Sea Sé€outs are rejoining the
competition under a new name,
due to the disbanding of the 14th
Barbados Sea Scouts Troop. As
the “Bonitas” they enter the
water with a very formidable
- a Tyee skipper papeonee Gondon Express Service.

aurice oster who kept goa : 2
well throughout the last season| BN@ ys yRbptee BOWLER

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fragrant
the batting firm of “George and
Tim Ltd.” which scored 219 in
the W.1. second innings in 1923.
medium | For 2 and a half hours they defied

WI. Play
Notts To-day

The West Indies scored their}

first. victory over Nottingham-
shire in 1939. Prior to this the
county had beaten them in 1900
on their first visit to England,
and all the other games had been
drawn.

Today the tourists open a three-
day fixture against Nottingham-
shire at Trent Bridge—the ground
on which the third Test will be
played.

The games against Nottinghan:-

shire are replete with pleasant
memories for the cricketers from
the Caribbean although they had
‘to wait until their sixth visit
to score a triumph over the
homesters. But what a triumph
it was in 1939.

George Headley, whose name
is written on the scroll of fame,
for all time ran up a brilliant
234 not out, and J. E. Derek
Sealy, showed his full stature
as a batsman in his 115. These
two innings engbled the West
Indies to score 510 for the loss
of 3 wickets,

Perhaps, however, the most
fhemory is the display by

a ; “ ” Patter paced leg spinner. hen he is/the efforts of all the Notts bowlers
sae ee Tore” oon good he is very very good but|to break that opening partnership
Johnson, Trevor Yearwood and/When he is bad—. May be picked|which remains a record to this
Herbert Grannum forming the| #&ainst the West Indies this sum- | day,

backbone of the team, they have| T&F:



And then those who saw Lawson

7 . ow Bartlett score a century in 1928
two newcomers. stagers Fe Pee Harold ggainst Larwood. of “bodyline”

Snappers, last year’s K.O. Cu Rogers, r and

winners once more have their| Herbert Portillo, to form the fame, and Voce the fast left hander
same line up; George Me Lean| nucleus for their young talent, |We Saw at Kensington will not

(Captain), Ken Ince, Delbert Ban-

soon forget it, The newspapers

i Swor srib ispl that of
nister, A, Taylor, Glyne Rogers, _| described the display as t of a
Billy’ Manning and Cliffy Me.| ,,2Wordfish also have a formida-) yoCartney!

ble set up, with Albert Weather-
head in goal, Geoffrey Foster on
the wing and Maurice Fitzgerald
in the defence, they are assisted

Lean, They have an experienced
bet up, with each man knowing
the other’s strategy, an essential

Today, however, it will be Joe

Hardstaff and company who will
do battle as he renews acquaint-

factor for smooth combination. ; ance. Perhaps Joe will enquire
Frankie Manning and «Malcolm Mickey focttia, EID teas els after ‘Foffie” Williams and a cer-

Brown have joined this team. Gerald Jordan, with newcomers

Flying Fish Harold Jones and Geoffrey Ram-
Flying Fish has Peter Patter- i ae : z

t

ain 98........
W. Gunn 161, and J, Iremonger

101 laid the foundation for the

son, who skippered the victorious! ‘This will be the first time since] W-1. defeat in 1900 as the home-
Barbados team to Trinidad inj 1946 that six teams have entered| Side piled up 501 runs. The West
January, rejoining their ranks} the competition, which is a clear| Indies could only muster 209, and

and with Tim Yearwood, Paul] indication that the game is rising
Foster, Jack Knight, Tony John-| in popularity.

246 in their two ventures.

Six years later the fight was

son who recently returned from Referees appointed so far are|keener. Notts batted first and got
Canada, and Denis Atkinson, re-| Maj. A. R. Foster and Mr.|296 of which Payton got 131, and
“ently returned from Trinidad,| Archie Clarke, There will be an|Iremonger 76. The W.I. replied
they will give a good account of; Extaa Ordinary Gerieral Meet-|with 149 and proceeded to dis-
themselves, helped by Peter Pot-| ing of the Water Polo Associa-| miss Notts for 183 in their second
ter, Harold Weatherhead and] tion at the Barbados Aquatic|innings. This left the tourists to
Dick Davies. Club tomorrow morning at 9]get 331 to win, and when stumps

Barracudas have g young team| o'clock when the fixtures will be|were drawn they had collected
with keen players. Led by Basil! submitted for approval by the/292 for 7 wickets.

Brooks they have such old entire Association

Everton K.O’s Carlton
In Lone-Goal Victory

Will Meet Spartan Today

EVERTON, by defeating Carlton in the second semi-final

football game of the Knockout Competition at Kensington

yesterday by the only goal of the match, will meet Spartan
in the finals this evening.

The game was a good one. overcome.
throughout with the Carlton for- In spite of repeated attempts to
wards showing great determin-] score by both teams the interval
ation during the closing stages but} was taken with Everton leading
they had to reckon with Reece] by. one goal to nil.
the Everton goalkeeper who was} Forwards Got Moving
very outstanding in that respect.

For Everton, Olton scored the
lone goal about 15 minutes after
play was in progress, during the
first half.

Carlton defended the goal from
the sereen end and were first on
the offensive but their forwards
failed to penetrate the Everton
defence,



























few thanges in their line up but
this did not seem to make any
difference to Everton as ‘their
front men soon got moving and
attacked the Carlton goal. They

crease their lead but without

to open their account but Reece in
goal proved equal to the task
whenever the occasion arose.
Everton soon took over and
Conliffe sent across a good one
from the right side. Olton on the
left wing cut in and sent in a hard
grounder which King pushed out.

Swept Down
Everton in a good forward
movement swept down the field
and their outside right Harewood
sent in a tame shot which King’
had no difficulty in saving.

The Carlton forwards made a
good effort to open the scoring
when Greenidge centred from the
Tight wing but full back Robin-
son got possession and cleared.

The Everton forwards then
made a series of raids on their
opponents’ goal and had King busy
for quite a while. It was during
this period that Olton who had
cut in from the left wing sent
in a hard grounder which went
through the “keeper’s” hands and
into the nets to give Everton their
first goal.

Carlton then tried for the equal-
izer and Lucas sent in a hard left
booter which Reece collected and
saved,

Carlton again attacked and
goalkeeper Reece pushed out an
accurate corner kick by Lucas.

Everton tried to put themselves
further in the lead and carried
the ball well within their op-
ponents’ area but without result.

Carlton later missed a . good

esting at this stage as the Carlton
forwards redoubled their efforts
to score, with Reynold Hutchinson
and Lucas each testing ‘s Reece
but without result, while Everton
on the other hand were trying to
put themselves further in the van,
The Carlton formance kept on
pressing and had their opponents
defence busy for sometime. On
one occasion Reynold Hutchinson
sent in a hard grounder-from in-
side the area but Reece was all
there. ;
The game ended shortly after-
wards with Everton winners by
one goal to nil. ‘
The teams were as follow :—
Carlton: King, Porter, D. Wil-
liams, F. Hutchinson, Clairmonte,
A. G. Williams, Greenidge, R.
aoe Marshall, Lucas, Ken-
nedy.
L Everton ; Reece, Hall, Robinson,
opportunity of equalizing when| Haynes,, Maynard, Parker, Hare-
their centre forward Marshall\ wood, Blades, Conliffe, Murray,
fumbled with only the keeper to Olton.





















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So this game was drawn.
In 1923 some _ good scores

featured another drawn game.
Notts got 363, and 345, and the
W.I. 317, and 219 for none.

Snuffie Browne took 7 wickets

for 97 in Notts’ second innings.

The third indecisive game, in

1928 saw Notts collect 393 and
the West Indies 378, of which
Bartlett made 109.

In their second venture the

home side had scored 246 for 6
wickets when the game ended.

The West Indies led off with

319 and Notts 273 were all the
scores in the 1933 game which
was interrupted by a_ thunder-
storm and unfriendly weather.

And then came the game eleven
ears ago when the West Indies
riumphed decisively.

Scores were W.I. 510 for 3

’ wickets declared; Notts 149 and
On resumption Carlton made a 267.

Today’s game is the twelfth

of the tour, and the W.I. record
to date—5 wins, 2 losses, 4 drawn
games—is one to engender con-

made a number of attempts to in; | Mdenee.

After this, there’ll be one other

success, county game, and then Lords and
Carlton still made a good effort} the second Test.

What of it boys?—B.M.



Rifle Shooting

THE B.R.A. spoon shoot which

was to take place on Saturday
Olton again got possession but]17th, has been postponed to 24th
this time he kicked over. due to the Regimental Sports
The game became rather inter-{which take place that same day.
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