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The Barbados advocate

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

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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Tuesday
June 20
1950



Barbados



Gomes Satisfied 9
With Progress |
LUNCH AT COMMONS

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, June 19,

"THE WEST INDIES SUGAR DELEGATES had lunch

to-day with members of the Empire Parliamentary
Association.

Sir Howard D. Egville was in the chair and others
present included Dr. Hyacinth Morgan, M.P., Reverend
R. W. Sorensen, M.P., Mr. Savary, Speaker-elect of Trinidad,
’ Lord Pethick-Lawrence, former Minister of State for |
India and Burma, Lord Listowel, former Minister of State!
for Colonial Affairs, Mr. Aidan Crawley, Parliamentary |
Under Secretary for Air, Sir Ronald Crosse, former High}
Commissioner in Australia, Mr. Hilary Marquand, Minister |
of Pensions, Mr. Emrys Roberts of the Liberal Party, and)
Sir Peter MacDoriald who led a British Parliamentary,
delegation to the West Indies in 1944. }

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Year 55



| For Israel

Council Decides In
Secret Meeting

U.S. Govt. Still
In Rubber
Business

WASHINGTON

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June 19

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| passed legislation to
| 1e American Government
{synthetic rubber busines

| more years
|

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The bill to Presiden
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Last month the House voted for
another three years, for the rul
ber programme, but agreed, on the
Senate's insistence, to a two yea

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—

CAIRO, June 19.

"THE EGYPTIAN COUNCIL of Ministers yes.
terday took a secret decision on the north-

ward passage of petrol
Canal, and oil supplies
to-day.

tankers through the Suez
for Israel, it was revealed

The terms of the decision have not been dis.
closed. But Dr. Salah El Din Bey, Egyptian For-
eign Minister, told Reuter that its purpose was
‘‘to make sure no unrefined petrol goes to Israel.’’











































Mr. Gomes, Mr. Robinson and | y Net Pye ae a -- He added that any country
Mr. Cuke spent the remainder of | * ‘he purpose of the Bill is t& \ trying to send unrefined oil t
f 5 . x
From The Dead the day at the West India Com- | ‘ ee }keep in operation or stand-by con 4 x-Comm © st Israel would be put on the “black
| mittee preparing for the next ; m : . dition the synthetic rubber plant 4 A unis list”
To The Living mecting with the Government ‘ Se built during the war to help off ~ . A cryptic telephone méssage
which is expected to take placé e set shortage in supplies of naturi ( ontesses from Alexandria to Cairo last
: on ‘Thursday, ‘ rubber - A amare ‘ night said the Council of Minis-
met iere nates Se en ee eee ene eee | : rhe plants, representing a Go\ DUESSELDORF, June 19. | ters meeting there had decided t
Doctors here describe an ent afterwarcs he was satisfied ernment investment of $700 mii Kurt Mueller. the West C authorise the northward passage
operation in which a kidney with the progress being made. | lion, can produce 900,000 tons 6! yy inist “Ment . a A AY of oil tankers through the Canai
from a dead woman was “Negotiations are proceeding, rubber annually who was expelled trom his oury{ under “certain reservations”
“transplanted’’ to another and this is sufficient indication Reuter ve 7 Sere ore e ve + ee at A high Egyptian Foreign Min-
woman as “the first of the that the matter is liable to} ane fee ne oe - Berns istry ficial stated today however
kind ever performed.” change,” he said. “I am confident ——> Spy last month, | eae i that vhat has been decided
Dr. Richard M. Lawler that when His Majesty’s Govern- cessions in. prison. and, genout mounts to a tightening and not
said the operation was per- ment fully appreciates the West + several senior members of | the) o0 i 1g of measures to prevent
formed under his direction Indies’ position in all aspects, that Storm Over West German Communist Party, | 4 Taxing hing Tarse}? P
on Saturday, and the patient satisfactory settlements will be A - Josef Sharpe former Commuiri=| PESO TERS | ae Reut
was in “good condition” reached. Y ist official, said to-day ee
The operation was begun 10 “It is equally certain that the | ¢C oO ee In an interview with Reutets
minutes after the donor of future relationships of His Majes- | 4 AX in his Duesseldorf flat, Her ee .
the healthy kidney died, and ty's Government and the West In- | Schappe former editor of the U) S, lo Build
lasted an hour and a half. dies will be determined by the | WASHINGTON, June 19 principal West German Commun- ¥ ;
No fewer than 35 doctors }course these negotiations take. | Representatives of 14 Latin jist Daily Freis Volk and himsef: y 9 ®
and surgeons witnessed it ) “The West Indies are entitled to American countries—-1l Ambassa- Jimpeached as a ‘“Titoist’, said be or Ss irst
and photographs were taken the same regard and respect as dors and three Charge d’Affaires had this information from reliabl
at each stage. Australia and South Africa. The today called on American Secre~ | sources /
—Reuter. question of relative size has no tary of State Dean Acheson t Two of the Communist mer J tom u °
relation to just treatment.” | protest that a Senate sub-Com- | pers of the West German Parlia
————w cover proponal He Contee Tr ment, one a member of the Party’s i eee a June 19
. rices seriously yreatens a 1 } ” é eenate Armec services sul
| . | re inner council, and one of the 1
American economy . a Sot a . committee to-day approved a bill
SEEK TO END | Senator The representatives, who called eee ee ee 4 — i authorising the United States
DISC ATI | Wi | in a body, presented Mr, Acheson erent Saatenetyl vane Tre a "Navy to buila@ the world’s first
RIMI N } with a sharp 1,300 word report F ! lai ; lear powered submarine
: ON ants To reviewing and criticising the Gill indirect contact with Her or F p hy bt Y gina the
atta. sub-committee Schappe, he said He would not ae nee ae 4st aoe lee { i
ee | : . nC ( ot 3 Lhe: or
IN TRADE Know But later Mr. Guillermo Sevilla | Mention any names. thd ae im we sank hak airhntty
| : Seasa, Ambassador of Nicaragua Anti-Moscow Congress been approved the’ House
| | Said the Ambassador had left the Schappe said that the two Bonn sr ;
LONDON, June 19, a ee een : PI Representative
Rules barring trade diserimin- | WASHINGTON, June 19 | 15-minute conference “with op- | Deputies had asked for his anti It still requires the approval of
ation will figure in the European | Representative Charles Elston TOP: Darcey McCollin, Colts outside right beats goalkeeper Mills with a low hard grounder to Wmnisth Moscow pamphlets, which he wes)ine full Armed Services Commit-
Payments Union if agreement is (Republican, Ohio) called public! score the goal for his side Sevilla Seasa, Dean of the Latin sending to them via a cover ad tee, Senator Harry Byrd, (Demo
on the lines approved in Paris | to-day for “the behind the scenes i : American Diplomatic Corps, said {dress. He and his friends intend nae Vin antay. Sh eteaelins earth
during tha Weekend — it was | Story” of how Russia got contral BOTTOM: Carl Mills, the Malvern goalKeeper taking a high o during the’Match against the Mr. Acheson had offered to help|to hold a conference for all anti-|° : a et e _ ss Pa i
learned in London to-night, of the approaches to the American Colts X1 at Kensington yesterday evening —Story on Page 8, in every way possible Moscow \Communiats in the Ruh: a Areas rea an a oe
Under the proposed rules, if «| Sector of Berlin. The atin American report | @t the end of next month, he sue navel weaporis so secret that they
country wants to restrict i orts | In an open letter to the State x rT ion ‘é : ~~ 4 charged that the Senate sub- He added that he received dai!, had: been described unly.-in. vague
~wdrom, say, Belgium or Britain, He} Depertaient he aiso demande’ F PUMA ants CARK Hi T Committee, headed by" Senator | bundles of letters from his politt-|(erms. p
must restric ports from all, o Ss or other materia , Guy Gillette (Democrat, lowa),|©#! frends all over 7 wee In addition to the atomic sub-
othcr European Marshall Aid available on the “often told story” which had investigated the rise in} Many, giving names and addresse: ch \ rise
d ) 3 i stige ‘ , ‘ arine, the bill would authoris
countries a§ well. Liberalisations|that in the final stages of the war 300,000 .000 y J 99 7 YY coffee prices, had made recom- | of old Communists who were reacly nae re us ‘ nous a nc
of imports must also apply all ,in Europe, Unitéd States and Brit- rr Vy; j Le / mendations “which. in effect{to join the movement, To-day Pf) opine expected to be capable ot
round. As soon as the European [ish troops were ordered to slow amount to economic warfare.” had received one list of 150 from verndinind under water for periods
Payments Union starts—it is hoped ;down their victorious advance “te For H-Bomb + The Gillette report eee Bavaria and others from Bremen} Tenwee than the “snorkel” dub.
that it may have effect from July} permit the Russian forces to enter} WARN Gk RMANS proposals which, it was claimed, | and Mannheim —Reuter, ; fine. —Reuter
1—Britain and other countries] Berlin first.” WASHINGTON, June 19 x 4 in KR would interfere with the internal sit dodibcinenssciy alicia
must include all member coun- Representative Elston told a re-| President Truman will ask Con affairs of Latin American coun “He MUST
tries of the Organisation for|porter he wanted to learn “on| gress for $300,000,000 to speed uy STUTTGART, AMERICAN ZONE, June 19 tries RACES hk SAFETY MATCHES
European Economic Co-operation | who: advi these things hi: | rk the hydroge super BENJAMIN ITTE TIEFSER ‘ ; : —Reuter
in thelr import fiberatinatione. 120 7." vice these things har is ; é or n sur BENJAMIN J. BUTTENWIESER, assistant American High LIVE SEPARATE “UNSAFE”?
This specifically applies to Bel-|>°"°*' Wheaten oatae POET CEEER SE AYRES: Bar : erappiastonen, to-night warned West German Federal and 4 + . os PARIS, June 19
gium, Switzerland and Western : A member of the House of the ocal Government officials to be more careful what they say. ° CAPETOWN, June 19 Madame M. Martens of Rosny
Germany, which they at present ; 7 . es R. 0 1 G t — . ah - (vu seb 63 b of Paris
’ J Appropriations Committee, who The South African Senate (Up-|soubois (eastern suburb of Paris)
exclude.—Reuter. Guerillas Kill Lainie a eee veined: aid the ’ + “The German people and their eC uce L 8 per House) to-day approved by|]today sued the French State for
| money would be used entirely foi Franco Supports pee have often suggested and F. . a majority of only one vote the] an unspecified amount for selling
° ‘ PC rork « 5 : g in their publie utterances stated e 5 » Gove « s ¥ “ty atches
. | construction work at the existing I M t third reading of the rovern unsafe afety mateh
130 Killed By Six In Malaya | Atomic Energy Commission instal- Spain 8 Progress that five years after the cessation ol O or ment’s controversial group areas} Madame Martens bought a box
Fl SINGAPORE, June 19 | lations, mainly at Oak Ridge, Ten- of hostilities a e ere forgive Cl e bill, designed to establish sepat-|of safety matches which, she
. : i E, g respite 3 aoe lew Mexico, i and forget Je can forgive. bu ‘ ate living areas fo *parate race le a | loded, burning her
loods And Storms Guerillas killed six people i: | nessee, Los Alamos, Ne N Mexico : MADRID, June 19 Wve Obst > fever foraet’t: Wattan 4 we Ss meh an sprig nie TT awa teat ‘ Ps 2 xp ors ae 8
scattered attacks in Malaya today |}and Hanford, Washington Stat General Franco ip a speech to a ; Voting was 20 for, 19 agai everel n the han
CALCUTTA, June 19 inchiding the Seottidn mavdeer ot | This informant said he under-|crowd officially estimated at 300, a told a German audience at LONDON, June 19 The Bill goes to the Governor Her case will form one of a
Storms and floods have’ killfed|a rubber estate, Mr. R. S. Wai. | Stood Mr. Truman's request would [000 in the Basque ‘ndustrial cit ro north of Stuttgart .| Gifts of over £100,000 in cash | @eneral for assent | series brought by people who have
at least 130 people and injured | lace. : val | be sent to Congress in a day orfof Bilbao today defended his Gov- | ,, pk eg German people that)... “shares ta two British moto ponte. py 75 votes to 8S tn hel nae he eee ee
many more in northern distri¢ts| In what authorities feared | two. ernment’s programme for indus- shone’ they ie Pee ‘cocoa chiefs are to be reduced to about | House of Assembly last Tuesday.| An investigating Magistrate has
of West Bengal during the past might be the start of a new! American and other physicists{trialising agrarian Spain xs rhea. 1ot forget the subject £4,500, the House of. Commons re it envisages eventual STP Or OF | opened an inquiry to ascertain
two weeks, relief officials on the | guerilla offensive, a band am-|are divided over whether a Hy elas has lets abd occupation solved to-day by a vote of 296 to land ownership throughout the! the responsibility of the state, sole
Spot estimated today. “Unprece-|bushed and killed three consta-| hydrogen loaded atom bomb]. aid. tke mir a eae e “sat Occupiers To 77 WHAOe:.f SOUR: Merses eae ts a ioe eae Shh
dented” landslides had killed 195) bles, and killed two Ceylonese| could be made to work, though} ON Ciits) lation forced topes. ™ lhe Government majority of 219 ON Or: roatones in France cautery.
in Darjeeling, west Bangal’s| Government officials i Subetariontio atk: plant y itpasricultural nation, forced to ex : i tres tale | : alt
H , ‘ als nt officials in a, hand) hypothetically its planner i port primary products cheaply and Germans were occupiers in the |!S the largest of the present Parlia pteecnneanemnienanendtansbag
summer capita] they said.—-Reuter! grenade assault in Opoh ,—Reuter. | would be many thousand times}ig import manufactured goods not too distant past. Anything || ment The gifts were made by
more destructive than the bombs }high prices. But we will not ac-|â„¢@Y Say on this subject is based|their companies to Mr. Leonard reer uncer taeees -
rs dropped on Japan or Bikini Atoll meat Nas. m J oY on study, but not on actual ex-|Lord, of Austins and Sir John 1 TR Learn
= 2 " eae e | Its basic mass of explosive would We have our advanced labour | perience Perhaps, therefore, this | Black, of Standard Motors Com- Ni
Trum ed-U, Treason f rials be hydrogen, but that mass would } jaws and We regard the nineteent! part of my remarks would have|P@ny on an undertaking never to il
be eae oy ee era century ideas of property as hav p-eater force, though let me assure | “ or sl any poor motor re
|num, the explosive factor in the}ing gone for ever. you, no greater conviction cr 1 Government proposec vat
° yj eye | existent atom bomb Reuter Js icerity, if made by one of the|SUch gifts should be taxed retro a
re ic ening: Ly’ ami tar | A social revolution is necess-4 French occupation official spectively. Many Conservatives
2 sad I , bu it cannot ~ done quickly | ‘Even more serious are some ot | ‘Meluding Winston Churchill, while (
, ind fit must be based on the illfounded and intemperat.|@oubting the wisdom of the gift
zechs Have No Grounds For Charges Christian ideals of the Catholic |; iblie utterances high [i present circumstances, objected PM
= r n lian al { ) -srance of certs hig in present circumstances, objectec ‘
8 Truman Cannot Church.” German ¢ ffi ial ; Garowntot y a to the principle of retroactive Sen o
LONDON, June 19 Ship Armes —Reuter [our occupation, or their provoca- | lesistation.Reuter
10 N, 1 j s observations on the guilt of
Mr. Ernest Davies, Foreign Affairs Under-Secretary | Germs % —ventainieons -
} it i: to ar, 7 ye | rmany, in some instance no
deciared in the House of Commons to-day that there was W here He W ill | alone their failure wholly to con
no foundation for Czechoslovak charges that present or Decid Cc ls Nazi excesses and Deny Reports |
. tl as roe . . . , tolerances, eve efforts to he
past members of the British Embassy at Prague had ecides ommittee

wlogist

eee Of Attack — t
rand frankness in this| OM Uruguay Chief | Me past?
Let

more :
tha BUENOS AIRES, 19

engaged in
status.

activity inconsistent with their diplomatic

WASHINGTON, June 19
Two United States Senate Com-

Sane 8 Tha British Government is] mittees to-day recommended Con- | “y
: considering its reply to the] gressional approval of President Nes mien TARY
Weiss And Morea Czechoslovak demand for the}Truman’s second year $1,222,500,- Oe COU!
* withdrawal of a secretary of the,;000 Arms For speech me be even

Allies programme

But they did not sanction a frank”. I

Embassy at Prague (Mr. A. Mc- am not suggesting Jurie

Win First Rounds

today @#iec Much curiosity ha











































Laughlin) on the ground of ac-| proposal in the programme \ pole Germans are a falle: burt peragrec
tivities against Czechoslovakia.! giving the President unre- 7aUREe | xy persistent rumours in ia |
Tw LONDON, June 19. alleged to have been proved at! strieted power to ship arms to ig al do suggest, however that | official pre ss here that the Eres) we
ld ge ay players, Her-\ the ‘recent Prague trial. any nation at his discretion. | May 8, 1945 (when Hitler's war|dent of Uruguay, Luis Batt
cee ps &nd A Morea, scored “These trumped-up treason By a vote of 12—0, the Foreign | | ended ) found them sunk to as low | Bere injured when he vy is le
easy sgn victories in the] irjais have becorne a sickeningly| Relations and Armed Services | } an ebb in world opinion as any | 4 victim recently of an assa\ wy
London Grass Courts Lawn Ten- familiar feature of life behind} Committees approved the mutual} | beople have ever been, We have |r, an attack :
nis Championships at Queen’s|the Iron Curtain” Mr Davies! defence assistance bill | helped you to rise. We want to} The report first appearec
Club today . declared. This provides $1,000 million for | continue in that benign effort Saturday in the newspaper 1}
Weiss defeated Headley Baxter,| “We regret very much that the| military aid to North Atlantic Pact / —Reuter Mundo, which pe ae enter it OTHER MODELS
British Davis Cup player, 6—2;| circumstances in’ these countries| nations—and $222,500,000 arm details. Reuter’s Montevideo «
6—1; and Morea defeated E. C.| prevent genuine opposition and] aid to South East Asia, the Philif | respondent later the same a | JUST ARRIVED
Ford of Britain 6—2; 6—0 that any attempt at opposition is} pines, Korea, Persia, Greece and | ioe hat the weer bt ue
To i is “Wimbledon “stat rdey Fea Turkey, U jlutely untrue 1e Jrugua
setae” titiamedt ap Aut OO me “president ‘Truman had asked} CW USUAY £TC8CNIB SLALUE | Presisens, ve sadea, war ar EACH THE BEST
tralian champion Frank Sedgman | Congress for authority under the | Ti e | erta rar ara ee ae re
i ic nges. bill t ansfer 10 r cent of the | a j iday night ha ee 10) i.
aoe nae in! er: a core are eke ‘ , See if Oo Un ited States } large reception Today Democra IN ITS CLASS
Concrete From jhe decided this for | | cia repe ated ue hen YE m ry
J ~» States a ty | * ” wh P 99 | detail He alc lat happene
| Air Bubbles | oueieeiione restricted } Artigas Father Of Independence | will probably never be public ALSO
. : | j c t view t itir '
Plane Missin | | this authority to apply only to larified in view of its intimate
WASHINGTON, June 19 any European nation whose WASHINGTON June 19 current struggle for the minds of; nature
* . ; 2 : 5 “ ‘ > / : i
American Government engin- strategic location made it im- Uruguay to-day formally pré-|the peoples of the | ‘ t ustwort
For 9 Days eers today claimed to have dis- | portant to the defence of the ented to the United State | who stand together in the cause | wud Sea : penieess ° DUNLOP 65 GOLF BALES
er. ae covered a method of making con-| North Atlantic area. ze tatue of Jose Gervasio| freedom are bound, unmistaka burce ONLEVIAE 7 fa
A thnc-dadode passendes bias e}crete in which air bubbles take| The committee's decisior Father of Uruguayan In-| and inseparably es “ tle Bere “a ada . e DUNLOP FORT TENNIS BALLS
& Passong oht} he Place of sand announced by Senator Tom Cor led few da ago when pefsor ;
from Miami te Venezuela has been | TRE “air concrete” is said to be| nally (Democrat. Texas) who pre-| A at over| There never has been any doubt| Close to him fired five times al e DUNLOP BARNA TABLE TENNIS BALLS
cs avd the Coas| Particularly promising for thej sided over the closer joint session 000 of the| where Uruguay stands, and we are; ™™ le attack o Galt said
eg for = days, the Coast! construction of walls and roofs of | The transfer provision met (| wrachinct Corps. {truly thankf = toy 1c ta vhile Uruguayan Presiden ®
uard was advised on Sunday 4 dings ay lie i ee | ’ ; a the company of wif
Ontied By a Mine f Chic farm buildings | instant Republican opposition > dex cere- | ally, | f
Cc jife ec * 5 late. ere It is much lighter in weight, is} on the grounds that it would pee Sinat ek tye’ tan ind the wife of “a Latin-é Y IN FOGARTY'S
2 ar ahs = P ere rare 3 ti 1 a better insulator against heat and| give the President a blank nes aiias en” thé Wiiite us‘to be Seta eh Ambassador : ~~ SEE THE DISPLA
Sais o ki pesioting cen ‘Sti cold, and is more resistant to| cheque to ship arms to any y p = p pickers 1 Pe ' 9 etches se eh ane He te immediately taken c
W ich included three missionarie ater pentration part of the world threatened ’ pact canes a! ; ; | hospital but the wounds were n¢ SHOW WINDOW
and five children | by Conimuanism. far from the America nu erious. Demoeracia said, and ¢ e
It left Miami, June 9, stopped The conéréte is prepared in the} Democratic leaders had yn not bet ht that iend hortly able to resume nor
for fuel at Kingston, Jamaica,} normal way except that an indus-| was desig $35. eet hase ships in ti hemisphere are! mal. activities. The. nev Soi cf
and was last reported at 7 p.m trial aerating "agent ic Maem |e er diluted. We have lor ded Motives for the attack! T. GEDDES GRANT LTD~AGENTS
that night over the Venezuelan| is added to the cement and gravel. | $ a e tland strong loyaltiey ere personal, not political.’ '
coast =O. P . wenn eet ob eter t lecelved "Reuter Reuter |









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PAGE TWO



Caub Calling

Hs M D. GUINNESS,
Porters St. Ji and a ps

of friends spent the
“Edgew: ter” Hote! Bb

week-end at

ithsheba

Homie For Summer Holidays 4
CHARLIE SKINNER,

R
M*:, Vir and Mrs. C

Skinner of Wychwood, St

son
Alar
Peter,




has returned from the U.S., te
spend the Summer Holidays wit!
huis parents
Cnarlie is attending Columbia
University in New York City
intransit
MoM: ALBnNT V. NYREN, the4
American Vice Consul was
i raay to meet Mi
> Was an intransi

Antig Trini-
b.W.1LA
Mr, baie, is tne

sul Generali lor

ua from



American Con-
and has

He

this area

recenuy arrived in Trinidad

is tourmg several of the stations
in tne Caribbean and will be re-
turning \o Barbados on June 2£2nd.,
waoeli li li spena tne night here.
About “ ihe Middle Watch”
7H entire cast of “The Mid-
] dle Watch", together with
busbanas and wives, friends and
oiner mempers of the Barbados
Dramatic Club celebrated the
suctess of their tirst production,
wih a gay party at the Club

Saturday night.

Morgan on



A crowd of over thirty six
trong, they took over one sectior
of the club and really had a night
of it. eel
Aiso at the Morgan on Saturday
were several Barbadian students al

Universities, who are
Summer Holidays aj
»~

in Under Four Minutes

Canadian
spending the
home,














St. John’s Wedding

N THURSDAY afternoon at



St. John’s Parish Church,
ss Eustene Gill, daughter of Mr.
Eustace Gill, Price Control Inspec-

tor of Massiah
and Mrs. Gill,
Arthur Dash,
Mrs

Street, St. John
was married to M:
only son of Mr
Harold Dash ot St. Geor,<

The Bride who was given away
by her father wore a dress oi
needie-run lace, tastefully
med with pearl-satin, and decora-
ted with pearls. Her Headdress
was Of wax flowers with an em-
broidered tulle, and she carried a
bouquet of La-France, radiance
roses and fern.

She was attended by her sister
Miss D

and





7ill, who was maid of

honour. Her dress was of pink

“Make your mind up, tinsel georgette, and her head-
you're getting us noticed. dress was of pink chrysanthe-

mums and silver. Her bouquet was
of pink roses and fern, decoratea

Married In Antigua

with silver, Other bridesmaids

N SATORDAY June 17 at were the Misses M., S., N., and M

5.30 p.m, the St. Joseph's Gill, cousins and sisters of the

Catholic Church in Antigua was Bride and the Misses M., and C.
the scene of a fashionable wed- Morris.

ding, when Miss Freda Monica The ceremony which was fully

Fletcher, only daughter of Mr. choral was performed by the Rev

and Mrs. C. B. Fletcher was mar-
ried to Mr. Trevor Fox, Engineer
of Cable and Wireless in Barbados

Mellor, Mr
Bestman, and the ushers were
Bernard and Mr. Cyril

Cleave Jones was the
Mr
Gill,



The Bride wore a_ graceful brothers of the bride.
gown of oyster = nage New Barrister

ress was a simple unllette cap
lof pearis and she mas ied a pouaaene Old Lodge Boy
of white Anthurium and Amar- MONG those who were suc-
lyis lilies cessful in the Trinity Bar
‘The Bestman was Mr. Chris Final examination less than a
Jenkins also of the Barbados third of the candidates passed
Cable and Wireless staff and was Willie Walker of British Gui
two bridesmaids were Miss Moira ana. Willie, who went to school at
ing of British Guiana and Miss the Lodge in Barbados, has been
3race Hill of Antigua. The ushers !1 England for five years, three ot
were Mr. Bill Dixon and Mr. Alvin Which were spent at Cambridge





nn ae se see A a

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Woman to woman



Colours and clothes that
make you look cool
























cooler - looking than «a
print, unless you are Jucky
enough to find a fine black

WELTERING at
degrees in the Sead

is something Briti etched or cool coloured
women do not bargain prin
tr colours if you
for when buying summer ‘Y0!d Strong Porn rhere
clothes, fore, cee
We are apt to think of a = SityS, ot
summer wardrobe in terms reen, the
of cotton for evenings and fi ghter
week-ends, and fine shades ot
worsteds and gabardines blue and

for town wear.

Je never really ex t it to
hot enough for us as Oe without
a coat. AS @ the first

day of a ‘sa " dnd the
shops crowded with hot,
spiring women rushing to y
ool, smart town clothes.
» of the biggest demands wet
eek was for linen-type f
A simple linen dress or sult
vith matehing accessories, is
probably one of the smartest
itfits you can choose.





week in
to which is

handful of salt.

TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1950



Dry, cab wt 7 ue

cal spiri “

hardens the | skin. At the clown’s word Rupert and live in a_ palace, bee ~
Massage starts forward, ** You're from needn't worry, I've caug! t an
wit in Santa Claus,” he cries, ** so that’s I'm just taking her back to Jen-
little then why Miranda recognised your little — nifer.* As he starts off the toy
food, ae, She’s been very naughty clown comes bounding after him.
vine and tan away from the cottage * Not yet, nor yet,”’ he says firmly.
4 Fiat where Santa Claus left her. She says **My message to Miranda is that
mm ane she wants to belong to a Princess her wishes shall come true 1"





When did you last take
your wife out to dinner?
take her to

“Say Goodbye
to Backache”

—SAYS GRANDMA

Backache is a misery that strikes many
women in middle life, But if you could

CASUARINA
CLUB



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sin, harem skirts, but this sun ona ‘a pale conditions at once—contains special
Wear gloves skirt, oe — pinky lip reoni igpretians fx beth ie Sook ————
coloured stick. ney an iver disorders whic often
lace nang: thing very new. The model cause backache. So don't suffer with ° °
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Never wear COP na wor with a Keep our |reliable remedy yous Uys over half-a-
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Care of feet PAULETTE GODDARD — JOHN LUND
i) MACDONALD CAREY
Gc hot neater. beg ) in “BRIDE OF VENGEANCE”
MATINEE : WEDNESDAY at 5 p.m. paras



' Married Twenty
Years ees Yes,

AND IN SHOW
BUSINESS
Anne

| Edwards



Short hair styles are perfect for
the summer. This sophisticated
le would be good under a bath-

SHill His plans for the future are te
A° interesting point emerging? After the ceremony, a reception practise at the English Bar. H
from the local Production4was held at Hazeldeen, home of mother, Mrs. Cc. M. R. Walker
ot the Barbados Dramatic Club's }the Bride’s parents. arrived in England last week b)
“The Middle Watch,” is that be- Mr. and Mrs. Fox are spending the “Cottica” and is staying in
tween Scene. I and Scene I. in}eoyuy days of their honeymoon at hotel for a short while before
the first Act, an entire scene ‘S the Beach Hotel Cottage, and on Moving into a flat in Kensingto:
shifted in under four minutes Wednesday they will be arriving London js
Vuring the London production fin Barbados, where they will re Passed Finals
four minutes was the fastest time ‘main until they go to England, R. TED MERCER has passed
that it was ever changed. In all when Mr. Fox’s leave becomes his finals in Civil Engineer-
tour Of the-Jocal performances, it due. ing at Toronto University. He is|
was done ir under four minutes. Guests attending were, Maj. and Mrs. the son of the late A. E. Mercer,
‘This. ts great credit on a> A Hill and family, Col. and Mrs Manager of D, Hope Ross Ltd.,
Lance-DGWaing, members of the J. R. B _ Branch, Mr / and Mrs. G Antigua and of Mrs. Alice Mercer. |
WY.M.P.C and the Empire ‘Thomas Dr. and a ee = -
Theatre's Stage staff, who were {2""M: “MS sacbonald, Dr. and. Mrs On Holiday
responsible for the scene changes s er, Mr oe Mrs ea a RS PETER DEWHURST |
und Mrs. C obsor r. and Mrs ,
) iomache r. and Mrs, G. Auchin- wife of Mr Dewhurst
aa for Six Weeks eats en Mrs 3 Dew, Mr. E. planter of Roseau, Dominica i: |
Mi‘ and: Mra, étalmen Percival Sea — os cag. ten ae now in Barbados for a holiday.|
Sat caeitirditee ba own Sa Rev rr Venaker Rev. Fr ce Mot, She Net a La iD tain at
aturaay mo B by B. #4. ANG Miss Essie Bell, Mr. Charlie Warren, ing by the “Lady Nelson” and is;
they will be here for six weeks’ Mr B. Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. tI comniaing until the boat return: |
holiday staying with Miss N. Henzel, Mr. and Mrs. F , Senses Ms Mrs. Dewhurst is a guest of Mi
ag aie rad eg ci ae Mrs + Grifitn, Mra and Miss Robert Yearwood of My Lor
in Trinidad, Mr. Percival 18 the yae, Mrs, B. Ledeatt, Mrs. Honning- Hill “i
Assistant Manager of the Royai ton b
Bank of Canada in Port-of-Spain Transferred Exchanging Messages
Tneir small daughter Jane aceony HE West Indies touring team
panied them, " R. ANTHONY . MCCONNEY, will have an opportunity to
A son of Mr. and Mrs. Owen exchange messages with their
Here For Two Weeks MeConney of “Frankville” Christ homes on June 30. They have been

ISS SYLVIA HUTCHINSON,

Manageress of the Coblentz
Guest House in Trinidad arrivea
yesterday by B.W.1.A. to spena
two weeks’ holiday with her
relatives at “Invermark” Hastings

Annual Visitor

ISS CLAUDIA EVELYN, whe

is with Gordon Grant's in
Trinidad arrived over the week-
end by B.W.LA. to spend two
weeks’ holiday staying at Cacra-
bank.

Miss Evelyn is almost an an-
nual visitor to Barbados.

Also arriving over the week-end
was. Miss Helen Taitt who is
also staying at Cacrabank.

Library Course

ISS GIRLINE BARNETT, a

;member of the staff of the
Public Library returned from
Trinidad by B.W.1A., on Sunday
after attending a course in libra-
rianship at the Eastern Caribbean
Regional Library.



« ibados staff of Barclays Bank for
the past eighteen months, has
been transferred to their George-
town Branch. Anthony left by the
“Lady Nelson” last week for
British Guiana
Very Successful
ISS GRACITA FAULKNER,
who arrived here during the

middle of last week will give her
first song recital on Thursday
night at Combermere Hall

Miss Faulkner was born in
Anegada in the British Virgin

Islands and went to New York as
a young girl, where she started
her singing career

She studied with Vincent Mat-
‘tina and Clyde Burrows, and was
Jaunched with the famous choir
of St. George’s Episcopal Church

Her recent Times Hall coficert
and her trip so far through the
Caribbean have been very ‘suc-
cessful

invited to have a look around the
headquarters of Cable and Wire
less in London, and arrangements
are being made for them to com
municate by cable with their fam-

ilies in the West Indies. 1 under-

stand that the Company
a cocktail party for
wards,

them after-

Cocktai! Party
HE SPARTAN
CLUB held a Cocktail Party
last night at their Club House ir
Queen’s Park, in honour of the
visiting Malvern Football Club of
Trinidad
Visiting His Daughter
ISS SIDI

is giving

FOOTBALL

PREECE was

Seawell on Saturday mor
ing, to meet her father Mr. Sydne
Preece, who arrived from Trini-
dad by B.W.LA. He is here for
week's holiday and is staying
the Marine Hotel. Mrs. Preece re-
cently went to England for a
1oliday





BY THE W AY By BEACHCOMBER

T is right to point out
the feat of the man who
“claims a new world record” for
having played the piano for fis
days and two hours without
stopping is not, in itself, evidenc
of an increasing love of musi
The question is: How fast did
he play? How much musicai
ground did he cover in that time?

How many pieces did he gei
through? For it is surely obvi-
ous that the faster music i
played and the greater the musi-
cal distances covered, the more
leisure we shall have for, say,
te'evision. Slow music went out

with the horse.

Loss of Man-Hours

Marston and Keigwin factory at
Fernsley, where more than 300,-
000 grulls and screw-valves ar
turned out every 12 hours. He was
shown the ~ complicated lever
which sets the great belts and
runners in motion, and he pla:-
fully pulled it, jammed the con-

trol switch and stopped all work
for nine hours. Not a grull

turned out during that time. Not
a single screw-valve
Forging Ahead
HERE are still to be found

= among writers of verse those
old-fashioned “leaders of contem-
porary thought’ who abandon
punctuation. It is a trick that
makes the barbarian reader throw



audacity—especially if capital let
ters are also barred. But there i
now an American poet who put
2 comma after every word, t
demonstrate the vitality of hi
Muse That is surely
some more daring thinker

begin every line with two comm
before the
every other line
brackets, thus: (

tc

with

inviting

first word, and to end/ s
empty |
)—a Mas-

terly use of something more pow- |

erful than aposiopesis

Under My Protoscope

Nuclear zygotes (vegetative)

magnified 7,000,000 times, and/|
showing autotrophic cryptomania
in a fungus. (See Humboldt’'s

“Cocolithophoricolidae
cellular bombicyclidiae in
integration.” )

‘ce NEWS!

Children’s

OOLUKATFATTI was taken} up his hands and roll his eyes in
yesterday to inspect the hugefgadmiration of such intellectual





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T’s—10 2.76
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Also TAN & WHITE SANDALS

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Column

“YOU must do a story about

them,” everyone ‘they've
been happily married Yor 20 years.
And.” they always added, “in

show business, too,”

It all started 21 years ago, when
a vivid, dark-eyed girl found her-
self bored all through a dinner
party by a young man who never
stopped talking about himself.

“T thought he was very con-
ceited,” she says. “I'd been in
films some time, and I'd got to the
stage where one didn’t talk about
it any more. But he kept telling
me who he was and what he was
going to do—and all he'd got was
his first contract with M.-G.-M.”

7 > .
“I don't even remember her,”
he confesses. “The fact is I wasn’t
interested in who I was talking
to-—only who I was talking about
I've been trying to finish that con-
versation ever since. .

A few weeks later they met at
a bridge party. She was a first-
class player, and he was her part-
ner. She called “Four no trumps.”

“The first card he played was so
unusual I said to myself, ‘This
guy’s a genius Then I realised
he’d never played the game before

in his life. He made only three
tricks,” i

Now

happily
2usiNess,

“I've

ie Says

they've been 20
married—and in show
too. What's the secret?
learned a thing or two,
“Say I come ‘home in a
really mean mood. I tell my wife
That’s a lousy hat you're wear-
ing'—if she argues there’s a row,
if she says nothin g I get mad-

years

50
© agrees Sure, darling,” she
is I've been thinking so my-
elf.” |

* * >

I've learned a few th ings,” she

| Says. “The first time we went to

4 party together and my husband

| Said: ‘Look, there’s a pretty girl,’

I froze him. ‘Listen, honey,’ he

uid. ‘When I tell you I've seen a

P pretty | girl there’s no need to
rry

and Uni-} are

dis- | may be that in Hollywood w
) often earn

Is it true that happy marriages



cap and easy to manage when
amp.



CROSSWORD

|

1. The une who sent pride into con

fusion. (9)
8. Easy rut to get into. (7)
%. ot takes a letter to upset a ruse

11. eridentiy she didn’t make 6 Hit.

‘ Colour. (6)
is: A day is ae —put it could
15. Food the Spa management pro-

maa ian speaking. ieaco an
ratively

‘dle. monotonous life. (8)

. Coined without detectives. (3)

. Sounds as though !t should be
new aro can get secondhand
ones. )

Gathered tn fiat rolls for stiten-
Unt fftabl activity. (5)

. Unpro' e

Suitable to finish up with.

Down
cut prune will

(3)

pro-

)
4. Fear an find K.O. Cannon in one

6. Ninde the acs seem different
(4)

somehow. (4
Island of the beer Intake.
$ You find tt more than 4 request
f 200 98. wee = » (4)
ts in & way to orovide
fire, (6)
3 Bolld Sp che then eurely the
wale a? Sandee (4)
aki ali stage umbrellas.
e

esterd! puszle,— Across
basine cote wae

bee ei

BEE rs
7 !
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in “BEYOND GLORY’
A Paramount Picture ee 2 eet
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ing food |
T= yumerous PLAZA LAST TWO SHOWS TODAY
how | ce 5 & 8.30 pam,
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or some r of the nae. George BRENT “YOU CAN’T ESCAPE FOREVER”
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of slate in the bottom of the











° d the bowl on it;
ee ee 1 but GAIETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES

ch oi Net
covers, reat,

are as ohana as any.

Last Show TONITE MONOGRAM'S Double

‘aay Instalment of Serial “THE CLUTCHING HAND” and

Loadon . ee Be “SUSPENSE” with Belita and Barry Sullivan.

WEDNE




DAY & THURSDAY 8.30 D. m,
tained in one half, and screw Final Instalment of Seria “THE CLUTCHING HAND”
| them up. The set is completed - " a the Action Western.

Rod CAMERO! “ , HAN ”
{with a chatelaine (a long gilt o Nin PAN HANDLE

A Monogram Double

chain which she wears as a neck-
lace or a belt), on which two
larger perfumed bobbles are hung.

Other tricky ideas are a gilded
| English penny set in a bracelet
and given her for luck before she
left. And scatter pins made of
single large pearls or rhinestones

‘I Did It Too’ ——

WHAT I like about...

THE KING . the way he sees
the King as others see him. “I
know what waiting on parade is
like,” he told Trevor Howard, who
had been standing in line for 20
minutes to be presented, “I had to
do it for my father.”

ANNA NEAGLE . . the way
she tries to behave like a typical
film star at a premiere and brings
the blue mink along, then “take it |
like herself and forgets to take it
home.



GLOBE
TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 p. m. CARMEN MIRANDA
“NANCY GOES TO RIO”





BEAT this Pr Programme if you can
Opening FRIDAY, June 23rd, 5 & 8.30 p.m,

“MY FOOLISH HEART”





ROYAL

(Worthings)
Last 2 Shows To-day 4.30 & 8 36
Republic Whole Serial
“THE TIGER WOMAN”
With

LAYNE Linda STBRLING
George J. LEWIS

_—_———

Wed. Nite at 8.30
Madam O'Lindy & Troupe
In

“CARACAS NIGHT”



————SsSsssSS—_*



To-day

EMPIRE |

es; 1
ls tials
‘Assemble: 2, Squire:
Bien: ads un

'S,

rarer in show business? It

ives
more than their hus-





yatom: 19.
bands—and that upse
roa psets masculine
“Of course, in our ‘"
: case. 5
PEN LYON, happily, “Bebe hae a ee ee
been supporting me for

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D: ANIELS ant aiken 4 cp wife of Seite Veet wher we
for work for me.” ae’ SSO8ME ears dangle little gilt globes, each

one a perfume container. You un-
screw the two halves, saturate
with scent the cotton wool_con-

|
week, |

Perfumed Ears
_AN d Ears

AMERICAN
So —

show girl
en

eh COMFORT IS A NECESSITY=



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i. & 8.30 And Plus
ontinuing
pe : (1) LEON ERROL in “CACTUS CUT UP”
20th C.-Fox Presents . . (2) LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE
BETTY GRABLE (3) Free Copies of the Song “MY FOOLISH HEART”
; (4) ONE CARTON JEFFREYS STOUT
in (Keep your Half Tickets)
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Color By Technicolo OPESODSSSGSSOSSS SOOPPOS OSS PGP SEE
With .
Victor MATURE — Phil DO you
HARRIS



To-day 4.45 Only
20th C.-~Fox Presents
“THE CARIBOO TRAIL”

Starring Randolph SCOTT,
George . (Gabby) HAYES

———

To-Nite at 8.30
MADAM O'LINDY & TROUPE
In
“CARACAS NIGHT”

THE SHOW OF SHOWS
Prices:—Pit 4. House 48, Baleony
72, Box $1.00



OLYMPIC

To-day & Tomorrow 4.30 & 8.15
20th C.-Fox Double
NOLAN Signe HASSO
in
‘HOUSE ON 92nd STREET
And
“DARK CORNER”
With
Mark STEVEN

Lloyd

Lucille BALL



THURSDAY Nite at 8.30
“CARACAS NIGHT”





DROPPING ?

You Can't
stop the
Rain but
You Can
Stop the
Hole in

Your Roof

IS YOUR ROOF

NOW IS

SURE
For Repairs we can supply:— :
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}



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PHRASEBOOK FOR SPEAKERS

An illustrated, Left-wing dictionary ...compiled by CUMMINGS



A distorted picture by an unprincipled

cartoonist

—



Be Cut Again

THE consumers of electricity must be conservative of
their use of this commodity if they are to avoid cuts in the

power.

The Management has done well in restoring under

graye difficulties, continuous supply and they hope to
continue and even to extend this service but it is imperative



patna e

H.A.M. Beckles
Gets M.A.
From Oxford

(From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, June 14.
Mr. Hilary A. M, Beckles, B.A.
(Dunel.n), B.A. (Oxon.), Deputy
Principal, Queen's College,
Georgetown has been notified by
the Registrar of the University of
Oxford that the Degree of Master
of Arts (M.A.) was conferred on

him in absentia on June 3, 1950
Born on January 13, 1898,
at Bridgetown, Barbados Mr

Beckles was educated at Comber-
mere School, Harrison and Cod-
rington Colleges, Barbados, Exete:
College, Oxford University, Eng-
land, and Ecole Malezieux, Paris,
France He secured the B.A.
(Double First Litt. Ant) at
Durham University, and the B.A.
(Honours Jurisp.) at Oxford, and
later qualified as a barrister-at-
law at the Middle Temple.

Mr. Beckles has taken courses
in Mental Hygiene at Nice and
Intelligence Tests at the London
Institute of Education; and a
post-graduate course in Mental
Health in Childhood at the Lon-

don Institute of Medical Psy-
chology .
Formerly an acting Assistant

Master at Harrison College, Bar-
bados, he joined the staff of
Queen’s College, Georgetown, in
1926 as an Assistant Master and
was appointed Senior Master in
1939. He succeeded Mr. E. O.
Pilgrim, B.Sc., as Deputy Prin-

cipal when Mr. Pilgrim retired
in 1944,

In 1932 Mr. Beckles was
appointed to represent British
Guiana at the British Social

Hygiene Council in London, and
also at the League of Nations
Sixth World Conference on Edu-
cation at Nice the same year.

Sailor Tries To
Swim To Ship

—RESCUED

BERNARD GAVIN, a seaman of
the Harrison Liner “Statesman”
was rescued from drowning in
the Careenage about 2.10 a.m, on
Sunday by P.C. 59 Emptage and
a party of rowboat men.





t'sat consumers co-operate in this effort,

A Notice appearing in another
part of this newspaper tells of the
adjustments to be made and in
an interview with the “Advocate”
yesterday, the Manager, Mr. Ver-
1on Smith, pointed out that since
the serious accidents which
curred to the two new Generating
Set January, and the conse-
quent ineconverience caused to
consumers up to the end of Febru-
ary, the Company had been able
(o maintain a continuity of supply.

‘One of the new Generating
Sets has now been put in a satis-
factory condition by the makers,
Fut the other cannot yet be con-
idered so The other 5 older
Generating Sets are all in need
of major overhauls and this work
will be carried out, one Set at a
time, as soon as possible.

oc-

in

‘One Set nas already been un-
der repair for some time and
should be in operation again by
end of June. By adopting this
method of procedure, we felt
confident that we could have
maintained a continuity of supply
until we receive the new genera-
ting Set in September,

“We had proposed delaying the
overhaul of the largest Set (9006
K.W.) until after the new Set,
due in September, was in commis~
sion, keeping it as a standby anc
only using it in emergencies.

“This Set, however, is under
contract to be reconditioned by
the makers who have now insisted
that this Set be given up for over-
haul immediately as they consider
it dangerous to run any longer,
and we have therefore had to put
it out of commission

“Under these circumstances the
chances of our being able to main-
tain a continuity of supply have
been very greatly reduced. Every
effort will be made to avoid inter-
ruption to supply, by carrying out
essential maintenance work dur-
ing the night, but we wish to in-
form our consumers that there is
again the possibility of our, being
unable to supply the demand at
certain times and in consequence
having to cut off supply.

The overhaul of the Generating
Set in question will take 3—4
months. These conditions have
arisen by circumstances beyond
our control.

"TO THE BEST
PRACTICAL NURSE”

HIS EXCELLENCY the Gov-
ernor in his speech at the Nurses’
Home on Friday said that he had
observed that no layman had
donated a prize for competition
by the nurses and he therefore
proposed to do so, the award to
be made next year to “the best



@.°

Gavin jumped into the Careen-_ practical nurse”’.
age in an attempt to swim to his
ship and got into difficulties, P.C
59 Emptage tirew his cape into
the water, and Gavin held on to
it until a rowboat came to his
rescue.

This narrow escape from
drowning did not daunt Emptage.
He was determined to swim to his
ship and made another attempt
at jumping into the Careenage.
Bystanders prevented him from
jumping over the second time and
he was held in custody by the
Police



"CONSTRUCTOR"
COMES ON THURSDAY

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THE inquiry into the death of

Etta Fields a 40-year-old woman
of Lightsfoot Lane was adjourned

until June 22 by Mr. B. Griffith,
Coroner of District “A” yesterday.
The body of Etta Fields wa

found by Alfred Barrow of Chelsea
Road, St. Michael, floating on
Graves End beech about 5.30 a.m
yesterday

Dr. H. L.. Massiah who perform-
ed the post mortem examination
at the Public Mortuary said he
went to Graves End after receiv-
ing certain information and found
a woman's body there Later the
same day the body was identified
by Octavia St. Hill as that.of Etta

Fields.
About 12 Hours

From his examination the wo-
man was dead for about 12 hours
and her apparent age was 40. Both
lungs were full of water and there
were bruises on the forehead, legs
and hands. The nose and lips
were swollen, heart normal and
the stomach contained some water
and undigested food.

In his opinion Etta Fields died
from drowning. Asked about the
bruise on the forehead, Dr. Mas-
siah said that that bruise was most
likely caused by a stone coming
into contact with the head while in
the water.

First witness called after the
medical evidence was Octavia St
Hill who identified the body to
Dr. H. L. Massiah. She said she
last saw Etta Fields alive on Sat-
urday about mid-day. She ap-
peared normal. Fields occasional-
ly complained to her about some
trouble with her house rent.

Yesterday she went to the Pub-
lie Mortuary and saw her body
there-

Lindsay Harris, a Debt Collector
last saw, her alive on Saturday
morning in Roebuck Street when
he spoke to her about the money
he was sent to collect. She told
him that she had received a sum-
mons to appear before the Police
Magistrate for debt. She appear-
ed normal and said that everything
will soon be O.K.

CLERK TRIES TO SERVE
SELF: £3

decision of His Worship
Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell who or-
dered Eric Alleyne of Bank Hall
to pay a fine of £3 or in default
two months’ imprisonment with
hard labour for stealing three
one-pound tins of Australian but-

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OBJECTIONS to the erection of another steel shed at ae ae Sipvibice Tan.’ te. ‘Satie >
ueen’s Park cannot now be entertained as permis si domus, SS. Fylgia, S.S. Esso Spririg-
Q s Pe ' Ww be entertained as permission has | ‘°™ Wider tars igs Maar o
already been given for its erection and the building is North Valley, $8. Mormachun
almost completed, members of the Vesiry said yesterday Selits co
when considering letters from the Arts and Crafts Society | 2
and the Civic Cirele protesting against this building. Seawell
Some members declared thate-= seine =
as a matter of fact this shed would
‘ 5 e Wena re ~ ie tis ARRIVALS—BY B.W.LAL
serve very useful purposes, among Service was a respec table service | Feom Trintaad <
these being the feeding of poor i” that cirele. There was much} William Romero. John Blackman, a.
people whose numbers had risen to be said for and against the; Georne John, Eeooit Bali, Leonore, May
t oS be rlvn McKenzie, omas cKenzie,
so high that the building formerly erection of another shed. He[ Ciigia Evelyn, Millicent Brathwaite, =
secured for the purpose was new thought the time had come when | Cc Scott, Evelyn Percival, Ernest <
too small, Queen's Park was no_ longer | Percival, Herman Mayers, Jane Harti al ;
Worthy to be termed a park. | Poitma™iguvey “Pesce teity “ata | 3 "
Mr. Symmonds said that this Apparently they did not know! Robert Green, Maria Gonsalve: Laat Weipemur Agents ow
new steel shed would prove what the definition for a park | Gonsalves. Jorge Relsker, Carlotta Gon . yi
y 3 * > s . € Paitt, 0 ro. Marie q ag 5
vate 7) He aig to the com- was. They just had to go out of | Miveno’ Seay Minelea, crite Barnet, S.P.MUSSON, SON 6 COLTD- BARBADOS
munity. He did not see how it the island and they would get an | Allison Brown, Daisy Jemincti, Esther
would interfere materially K , Tevierre, Ahamad Kothadiwaila, dasina i
with the beauty of the Park. Kothadiwaila Shrilai Koshi weila, Gor



The

ter costing 10/9 and the property
ef Stansfeld Scott & Co. —_was
confirmed yesterday by Their

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

Stanley Davis said on Aprf® 29
about 10.15 a.m. he was called to
the counter and told that Alleyne
was serving a customer and
checking four pougds of oats.

He asked Alleyne if he had pui
up the parcel and he said yes
He carried the parcel to the end
of the counter and on opening it
noticed that three one-pound tins
of cooking butter came out with
the oats,

In summing up Their Honours
told Alleyne that the case was
clear and there was no question
about it. They did not believe
that anyone told lies on him. Ha
was put in a position of trust and
went and took up some of the
goods and tried to steal them from
the firnr?nat employed him

Alleyne was also ordered to pay
the costs of appeal which amounti-
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| idea of what a park meant |

Mr. Chase said he did agree)
that there should be the erection
of the steel shed but he certainly
did not see that the park should
be used as a soup kitchen. He
felt that the Queen’s Park Com-
mittee should make every effort
to get a suitable site to feed these
people so that the park could be
what it was originally intended to
be, a place of beauty. It was
their duty to provide a special
kitchen somewhere else



ANNU.

Mr. Mottley said that the poor
would always be with them.
Some years) ago’ when they
wanted to get a place in which to
feed the poor, he had suggested
that they should acquire the three
buildings adjoining the Parochial
building. Thy had acquired only
one. Then they had about TOO
people to feed. The number had
since rises to almost 300.

Many who talked about the
Cultural Society did not care
whether they saw people lined
up from Cheapside to the top
of Broad Street under the
fiercest sun or heaviest rain.

If they had to ga into the steel
shed to eat, they would have to
go there until somewhere else had
been got for them. There was no
other convenient place to feed
them at the moment. He quite
realised that a lot of space was
taken up, but better could not be
done. As long as he was a mem~-
ber of the Vestry the poor would
be his first consideration.

Too Late To Mend

But in any case, how could
they sit there after they had
allowed the shed to be brought
to the island and then say it could
not be erected.

Mr. Miller said that the Civic






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Tuesday, June 20, 1950

SCIENCE TEACHING

THE teaching of science at Harrison Col-
lege has been the bone of contention
between two schools of thought in this

island each of whom can lay claim to
strong arguments in its favour. Now the
controversy has reached the Legislature
and today the Legislative Council will con-
sider a bill to remove the onus of responsi-
bility for the teaching of science from the
shoulders of the Director of Science and
Agriculture.

Those interested in this matter will re-
member the strong stand taken by the first
Director of Science and Agriculture, the
late Professor J. P. d’Albuquerque, in the
Press years ago when a change was
attempted. He held the view, and con-
vinced the majority of its merits, that as
long as the responsibility for the teaching
of science at Harrison College remained
fixed on the Director of Science and Agri-
culture, there was the chance of having
that subject taught by first class men who
came to the Department as officers. If on
the other hand that responsibility was re-
moved, it would mean that teachers who
had merely obtained a degree would be |
appointed to the College staff to teach the
subject. The disadvantage of this arrange-
ment was that, whereas the officers of the
Department were constantly moving on in
promotion allowing the introduction of a
freshness by new officers, it was possible
that mere teachers of the College staff
would remain for many years inasmuch
as they were not scheduled, not being
members of the Colonial Teaching Service.

On the other hand the protagonists of
the change argued that science was but
another subject on the curriculum of the
College and as such should be under the
direction of the headmaster. There were
those who went one step further and
argued that the fixing of the responsibility
for science teaching at Harrison College,
being left in the hands of the Director of
Science and Agriculture, constituted a slur
on the administrative ability of the Head-
master of the College. They argued that
the officers of the Department of Science
and Agriculture were not subjected to the
direction or control of the Headmaster of
the College who was responsible for the
entire curriculum. Because of this the
curriculum had to be arranged, not to suit
the convenience of the College, but that of
the officers teaching science.

After a long public controversy, in which
all those who were interested and qualified
to do so had taken part, it was decided that
the teaching of science at Harrison College
should remain the responsibility of the
Director of Science and Agriculture.

Earlier this month, the House of Assem-
bly passed a bill relieving the Director of
that responsibility and the bill reaches the
Council today.

The teaching of science at the College is
sufficiently important to the island that any
change in the method adopted should be of
the greatest public interest. Within recent
years the number of pupils taking science
has increased to such an extent as to war-
rant new buildings and additional teachers.
It is the proud boast of those concerned
that every pupil of Harrison College who
had taken science within the last twenty-
five years is presently employed. This was
brought out in answer to a criticism that
boys who wanted to escape the rigour of
other subjects scamped that work by taking
science.

The importance of the matter therefore
will be obvious to everyone interested in
the general welfare of the educational pro-
gress of this island. It may be that the
time has come when changed circum-
stances warrant the change-provided by
the amending bill. It may be that the old
argument of having first class men inter-
changed after three or four years teaching
science still holds good. It is a matter
which cannot be lightly pronounced upon.
On today’s decision may well hang the fate
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Risk The Hiss Of Hate? —

BRUSSELS.

The Princess De Rethy, at 34
one of Europe's loveliest and most.
fascinating women, has thrown
the chivalrous capital of Belgium
into a most unchivalrous tizzy.
Will she, won't she, come back
to Brussels with the exiled King
Leopold III.—and if she does,
what then?

Over the royal palace to-night
there flies again the black-gold-
red flag of Belgium. In the gen-
darmerie barracks at Etterbeck
when I drove out this afternoon,
mounted troops in gala uniforms
and bearskins were practising arn
unaccustomed ceremonial. “Yes,”
said the colonel in charge. “It is,
you may say, the royal escort.”

Angry or elated, according to
their politics, the men of Brussels
await Leopold’s arrival—‘in the
first days of July,” the Prince de
Ligny, head of Belgians second
family, told me. But for the wo-
men from Court dowagers to
shopgirls, the “royal question”
comes down to whether the Prin-
cess de Rethy will dare to show
her face in Brussels—except that
they do not call her the Princess
de Rethy. They call her Mrs.
Baels.

Everyone knows — now — that
Mary Lilian Baels was born in
London during the first world
war, had a convent school educa-
tion, first in Highbury, then in
Belgium. The nuns still remem-
ber her high spirits, her vivid
blue eyes and jet pigtails.

The Crash
In 1935 Leopold’s young Queen
Astrid, beloved by the whole na
tion, died in a car crash. The
king himself was at the wheel,

Everyone understood his remorse
and grief.
Mary - Lilliane’s father had

bought a villa next to the royal
residence at Knocke. Mary-Li-
liane was a friend of the king’s
motherless three children. She
scampered with them on the
sands. But also she became the
king’s constant companion at golf
and tennis.

War came, Belgium fought for
five days. Then the first tragic
stroke of fate—the king surren-
dered to Hitler with his army.
You may remember seeing, in the
week before Dunkirk, a news-
boy’s poster in the Strand, “Leo-
pold changes his spots.” Laughs
were few that week.

In December 1941 the nation
was informed that their king had
married secretly in German-oc-



The Socialists





By Charles Foley

(

This zxotic

beauty...
cupied Belgium the Princess de
Rethy.

Bglgium was stunned. The title
of e Rethy was sacred to the
dead Queen Astrid, who had used
it when she wished to travel in-
cognito. Now it had been confer-
red on the king’s second wife
Who was this usurper “Mary-
Liliane Baels.” It was explained,
“the daughter of an honourable
Belgian family.”

Complaints

When tne end wf the war found
Leopold in Salzburg heavy poli-
tical complaints were made
against him, Despite these he
might have flown to Brussels, But
he was no longer alone. There
was the second wife.

While Leopold wavered the
complaints grew. The king, his
enemies said was a curious “pris-
oner of war". He had been to
Berchtesgaden to see Hitler; he
had visited Vienna “to have a
tooth drawn.” And then it appear-
ed that Hitler had added to his
troubles by sending both con-
gratulations and flowers for his
second wedding.

Who was this exotic beauty,
they cried, this false princess who
had dared to take Astrid’s place

Her many enemies discovered
that poor Mary-Liliane, whose
father had held dignified posts in

the Government, had a grand-



For Time

Go-Slow and Dodge: Make Sure of

Winning the Next
By W.J. Brown

Food Minister Maurice Webb
spoke the other night to the wo-
men members of the South Lew-
isham Socialist Party. He made
two prophecies, one of which has
already proved to be wrong.

The one which proved to be
wrong was the prophecy that
nothing would appear in the
Press about his speech. In fact,
every newspaper in Britain has
reported it at some length.

The second prophecy was about
the date of the next election. Any
idea that this would be an early
event would he said, prove to
be “entirely wrong”. “I see no
reason,” said Mr. Webb. “why
we should not go well into next
year.” By “we,” he meant the
Government,

Well, neither da I.

Defeats? Yes

In such a Parliament as this,

the Government, with a majority
which ranges from six to nine,
according to the state of the
weather and the ipvidence of the
common cold, will from time to
time suffer defeats in the division
lobbies.

But if it does, such defeats are
not irremediable. All that will
happen is that the Government
will table, for a date fixed in
advance, & motion df confidence.
On such a motion, all their sup-
porters will be present to the last
man. Even if the Liberals vote
with the Conservatives, the Gov-
ernment will scrape home, and
all, from its point of view, will
be well.

It Must Dodge

But while the Government may
go on for a good while yet, I can
also see every reason why it
should noc, Every reason, that is,
from a national point of view.

For a Government which are
in fact not a Government, but
only an administration, is an im-
mense national liability. As the
condition of their continued ex-
istence, it has to dodge every
serious internal problem, and.
every considerable international
problem.

And their internal and its in-

Election: Then—

ternational
mous.

problems are enor-

The strategy of the Socialist
Party is plain for all to see. If
this Government can hang on for
a year or more, the memory of
the years 1945—50 may bt
expected to become dim

Nothing is more desired by the
leaders of the Socialist Party.
Their experience at the last
election taught them that the sum
total of what they had done wa:
not exactly popular

They wish that what they did
should be forgotten. They wish
to familiarise the country with
the spectacle of a “moderate”
Socialist Government.

Marching On

Moreover, the interval between
now and the next election can be
used to ease and mitigate the
unpopular and irritating controls
at the circumference, without
surrendering any essential powers
at the centre,

If this strategy shou!d result
in a substantial majority for the
Socialists at the next election,
the march towards the complete
collectivist state will be resumed
at the point at which it was left
off.

In a five-year Parliament, the
point of no return, on the road
to totalitarian’sm, would
reached and passed. The rest
would follow.

Now this Government
represent a majority in the coun-
try. The country wavered at the
last election between two fears

One fear was the fear that if
the Tories were returned they
would injure and destroy what
is called the Welfare State

The other fear was that if the
Socialists were returned the road
to the, collectivist state would
have been irretrievably chosen,

The Real Mood

Ne.ther of these two fears
represents the real mood of the
country .

The country is conscious that
its whole position is a false one
It has the uneasy sense that it is
living on foreign aid in a fool's
paradise.

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shell-fish at
she w dubbed
Shrimps.”
Brussels

who sold
Istend. At once
“The Queen of
When I landed in
Airport yesterday they were
laughing over the front page of
Le Peuple, one of the most pow-
erful newspapers in Belgium,
The cartoonist depicted a crowd
outside the royal palace watch-
ing the guard presenting arms as
a limousine sweeps through the
“Whe's



as

gates. ‘ that?” someone
asks. “Queen Baels is receiving
her brother—you know.” Her

brother, it is alleged, refused to
accept military service under the
exiled Belgian Government.

‘
ley Courtesy

It is with such snocking per-
sonal bitterness that the cam-
paign is being run.

Belgium has no Court etiquette
for consorts. My inquiries among
the female arbiters do not en-
courage hopes that\ “Mrs. Baels”
will be received with even the
iciest courtesy. Things that with
any other woman might be passed
with an indulgent smile bring the

hiss of hatred when “she” does
them.
When she bought 20 dresses

from Jacques Fath in Paris, head-
ing the trousseau with a strapless
evening gown embroidered in
go'd and rhinestones it was taken
as a declaration of war on Brus-
sels women. ‘“‘Yes, she is pretty;
enough”, a newspaper columnist
makes the women say, “but give
mea real queen’ instead”—and
they glance at the inevitabie pic-
ture of Queen Astrid.

The Tunnel...

Once before there was a “Lady
of the Palace.” Nearly half a
century ago Leopold II. married
in secret a 16-year old flower girl.
Blanche Delacroix. Her mother
was a washerwoman, her father
a Rumanian hall porter.

The old king installed Blanche
in a villa which communicated
with the royal palace by a sub-
terranean passage. He made her a
baroness. There were two chil-
dren.

One day a mob of shrieking
women surrounded the lady's
coach. They stoned her and tried
to drag her out

The Belgian people have a
harsh way with commoners who
marry kings. It looks as if Mary-
Liliane will need all her charm
and courage in the nation that
her husband has divided.

. .L.E.S.



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consciously that Britain is not the|
least worthy among the nations
of the earth. It feels that its pres-

ent position. does not represent lod

real standing in the world.

It desires to achieve that stand-
ing. And there is no reason why
it should not,

Britain controls or influences 38
large an area of the earth’s sur-
face as either the United States
ovr Russia. We ought to occupy a
position not inferior to either.
But while this Government remain

We live in fear of Russia, and
in economic dependence upon the
United States. That is no position
for men of an imperial race.

> What Tactics?

What then, in these circum-
stances, should be the tactics of
the Opposition? It should be t»
pose issues which strike right at
the root of the Socialist policy.

They must be issues not of
detail, on which the Government
can ride away, or on which they
could recover by the device cf
votes of confidence. They must
be issues on which defeat would
inevitably entail an appeal to the
country.

If the Opposition are wise they
will not harry and harass the
Government on the minutiae of
policies. They will concentrate on
the great issues.

Our Shackles

Are we to live in semi-perma-
nent dependence on other people?

Are we to develop the resources
of our own country, and of the
Commonwealth and Empire?

Are we to sink back to the
level of a third-rate Power, with
all our greatness behind us?

Or are we to break through
the shackles which crib, cabin,
and confine us, to assert our
political and economic independ-
ence; to release the natural intti-
ative and gnergy of our people,
and to be®in’ a new and _ better
era for ourselves and the world?

in power Britain will not do so. |

The only answer to one
ideology is another and better
ideology. It is for the Opposition
to make it clear that they

possess one, and to proclaim it
at the top of their voice.
(World Copyright Reserved)

—L.E.S



————

apvoerte| Will Kimg Leopold’s Wife! HOW DO YOU LIKE

penance

YOUR ARSENIC?

HOW do you like your thrillers? Do you
like plain detective stories with well-detined
clues, or American toughies liberally sprin-
kled with kicks in the stomach, or tales of
mystery burgeoning supernatural riddles? Or

what?

In the whole history of man fear has been
a predominating feature, and from the most
ancient folklores up to the presenteSs. 6d.
novel the strongest fear of all, the fear of
the unknown has been inscribed.

{n the words of Dorothy Sayers: “The art
of self-tormenting is an ancient one,” and
it seems that while all of us are afraid, if
not of anything specific then of fear itself,
nearly all of us are filled with an avid curios-
ity about it.

Particularly when we are happy and feel-
ing safe in our surroundings—toes in slippers
or sitting in a deckchair—when in fact, our
own confusions and worries are in abeyance,
do we take pleasure in frightening ourselves
to death, in puzzling ourselves silly over
ciphers or relishing a sordid fight?

WHY READ THEM?

Some of us read thrillers for relaxation,
some for artificial excitement, some as an
intellectual game, and as long as one of these

results is achieved we have not, up to now,|,

cared very much how the books were written.

Granted, many have been written exireme-
ly well — Poe Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie
and Dorothy Sayers, to name but a few, were
and are stylists — but we probably would
not care in the least if they were not.

The split infinitive does not trouble thriller
readers.

In one way, therefore, Georges Simenon’s
huge popularity is somewhat singular. For
though he is one of the most gifted novelists
alive he offers his readers neither relaxation,
excitement nor puzzles—or, at any rate, only
on a very modest scale.

Yet his books, once picked up, cannot be
laid down.
that they involve murderers, thieves and
police detectives, yet their potency lies not
in promoting a desire to find out whodunit—
because quite often Simenon ends a book

4, It knows consciously or sub-| with an unexpected if lifelike anti-climax—

but simply in the excellence of his prose.

So one must suppose his millions of readers
in seventeen languages, though seeking vica-
rious thrills remain, having failed to find
them, absorbed by his words. Which is un-
deniably odd.

Simenon, I am told, has high literary am-
bitions. Writing a thriller every few months
is his way of training himself for higher
ventures.

anybody finds the murderer or not.
takes the gloomiest possible view.

NO ONE TO HATE

In his latest book*, the last story—there are

two—concerns itself with two elderly sisters,
as odious a pair of crones imaginable.

These two can breathe only in an air foul
with mistrust and suspicion. When the hus-
band of one hangs himself and the daughter
decides, in a religious ecstacy, to die — and
does so — the two women are temporarily
lost and terrified because there is nobody left
to hate.

With something like a sigh of relief they
find they can mistrust each other.

This story is a study in mental cruelty.
Arsenic appears briefly on the scene but it
is never used, except as food for thought.

Simenon builds up his characters without
comment or analysis. They confound them-
selves out of their own mouths. The strain

of this family’s hideous life is painted slowly, |

piece by piece, colour by colour, until at the
end one is suffocating in the hot rooms, wad-
ing through brooding silent meals, waiting
for the spying eye and the sound of explora-
tory feet on the stairs — longing to escape, to
rush out of the house into the street, scream-
ing.

CLUES...AND A BODY

But is it a thriller? And is the first story
about a whimsical tramp who steals a mur-
dered man’s money, quite a detective story?
It certainly has, a detective — not dear Mon-
sieur Maigret but his former assistant Lucas
—it has clues and, on the last page, a body;
but the impression it leaves is mainly brand-
ed by Simenon’s concern for the changing
hearts and minds of men doing, or not doing

They are thrillers in the sense |

Certainly each book he produces draws
| further away from criminology and nearer to
psychology. He does not seem to care weet:

e is
merely interested in humanity, of which he

To the Editor, The Advocate—

_Sm,—While greatly in favour of
higher wages for shop assistants,
I would | say that I sympathise
much with the employers who
would like to see greater interest
taken by the assistants, as many
seem to care little about what the
customer wants, and this is bad
for business.

The other day I asked a lady
clerk for lavender. She showed
me every other colour but laven-
der, although it was in her stock:

rhaps lectures would help these
adies to sell better and employ-
ers would have no kick. 2

FAIRPLAY,

Thanks

To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—In a few days’ time the
Barbados Rifle Association’s team
will be leaving for Bisley and 1
should like, on behalf of the Rifle
Association as a whole and the
team in particular, to thank the
Government and the numerous
firms and individuals who have
assisted us generally with funds.

Our thanks are due also to the
multitude of friends who assisted
us by taking part in the various
entertainments which we have
organised during the past year.

This is the first time that Bar-
bados will be represented by a
team at the annual Imperial Rifle
Meeting and I can assure you that
the team, which ] save the hon-
our of captaining, 1s an excellent
one. I am sure that every mem-
ber will perform to the best of
his ability in an effort to repay
the sport-loving community of this
island for their assistance and

encouragement.
LT. COL, J. CUNNELL,
President,
Barbados Rifle Association.
June 16, 195@. us
First Class

To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I have seen in your

columns where the new “window
by the sea” opposite the General
Hospital in Bay Street; seats will
erected for outpatients and

be

visitors to the General Hospital,

In my opinion,,; it is a first
class idea, and the sponsors
should be commended for such a
thought; because for many years
when one happened to pass by
that institution, on Wednesdays,
Saturdays and Sundays, and see
the horrible sight of visitors try+
ing to squeeze and push so as to get
in to see their families and friends,
would always wonder if Barba-
dos was a civilized country or
not

] heartily commend the spon-
sois for such an idea, and am
also looking forward te see
better changes in other directions
so that the people of Barbados
can then boast of progress

L. B. CLARKE
Tudor Bridge,
St. Michael,
June 16, 1650
Small Guns

To the Editor, The Advocate-

STR—Much has been written of
the wicket at. “Old Trafford” in

the test match with implications
that it was so prepared with an
ulterior motive. It will be re-
called that in the first England

innings, Evans scored 104 and
Bailey 82 not out, these two

gentlemen would -hardly claim to
be “Big Guns" in the batting de-
partment, In the West Indies first
innings Stollmeyer 43 and Weekes
52 est scores on the third
day’s play; England’s second in-
nings Edrich 71 and one handed
Hutton, injured in the first in-
nings, 45, West Indies second in-
nings on the same day and sixty
eight minutes of the fourth day;
Stolimeyer 78 and Weekes 28. No
Sir, if it is claimed that Evans
and Bailey won the test for Eng-
land, it is evident that the “Big
Three” who contributed 38 in the
second innings lost it for the West
Indies.

Throughout the match the fine
weather that prevailed has been
scribed as phenomenal for a
test match at “Old Trafford”.

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‘aris.

The English detective story with its astute
but seemingly sept detectives, with its be-

loved Sherlock Holmes,

1 with Hanaud, Father
Brown, Poirot and Lord Peter Wimsey grew, |

via Edgar Wallace, into, and eventually be-
came submerged by the Américan idiom.

Influenced by such writers as Ellery Queen,

Dashiell Hammett and Erle Stanley Gardner,
the old footprint measuring, what were you |

doing at 2.7 style has almost entirely disap-

peared. We like our detective stories hard-|
boiled and given to us with a punch.

any rate we did.

But Simenon’s success makes me wonder |
whether we aren’t developing a taste for in-|
vestigating wicked thoughts rather than|

wicked deeds?

‘Poisoned Relations.
Paul, 9s. 6d)

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In The Court of Common Pleas:



IN A NOISY ‘WORLD

Brother And Sisters Squabble:
Who Owns $500 House?

A SQUABBLE between a sister
on one side and a brother and
another sister on the other, over
the question of who owns a $500
chattel house at Durant’s Land,
Christ Church, reached the Court
of Common Pleas __ yesterday.
Hearing of the case continued all
day and will be resumed at
10.30 a.m, to-day,

Parties in the suit are,
Viola Greenidge (plaintiff)
and Constance Greenidge
and Arnold Greenidge (de-
fendants). Viola Greenidge
claims she is the owner of the
house that Constance ani
Arnold are occupying.

She wants them to return
the house or pay its value.

The deéfendants are denying
that the house is Viola's and that
they are or have been detaining
it. They deny too that they have
ov are occupying the house
without the consent of the plain-
tiff. Alternatively they claim
that they are joint owners of the
house, and finally the defence is
that even if the house is Viola’s,
her cause of action was bad under
the Statute of Limitations.

His Honour the Chief Judge,
Sir Allan Collymore, is presiding
over the Court and a special jury
is empanelled. Counsel for the
plaintiff is Mr. D. H. L. Ward,
instructed by Messrs Hutchinson
& Banfield, and the defendants
are represented by Mr. W. W.
Reece K.C., instructed by Mr.
D. L, Sarjeant.

Viola Greenidge, the plaintiff,
told the Court that the house
originally belonged to her father.
The house was levied on by Mr.
R. H. B. Ward for rent, and Mr.
Ward bought it for $41,

In November 1928, she pur-
chased the house back from Mr.
Ward, paying him the same $41.

(Receipt produced). From that
time until the present time she
had been paying rent for the

spot on which the house stood.
Her father had left and was
living in Maxwell Road. She, her

sister Constance and a_ niece
lived in the house until October
in 1948.

In 1945 Arnold Greenidge came
to her one day at the shop where
she worked in Lodge Road, and
asked her if she had received a
message from him. He asked her
to let him stay at the house un-
til he obtained another place of

residence because he and _ his
wife had separated. She had
agreed and he lived there from

that time.

One night in October 1948, she
had a_ misunderstanding with
Constance, and Arnold gave her
a push. She asked him to leave
and he did not, so she brought
him before the magistrate. The
magistrate told her she would
have to go to the higher Court.

At this stage plaintiff produced
a rent book for the land, dated
from 1947 to 1950.

She valued the house at about
$500. including the shedroof and
kitchen,

After the case before the mag-
istrate, she souyht legal advice.
She went with a witness named
Mr. Warner and demanded the
house from Arnold and Constance
The last two said they wanted to
h&ar nothing. That was in 1949.

To Mr. RKeece: There were
other cases before the magistrate
between myself and my brother
and sister. I brought them up
under the Petty Trespass Act. I
gave evidence before the Magis-
trate in the Petty Trespass case.
Mr. Dear who had_cross-exam-
ined her had showed her a letter
from a brother of hers in the
U.S.A., named Hilary.

It is not true that Hilary sent
the money to purchase the house
so as to save it for all of us. I
have never lived in a house with
a man named Adolphus Moore.
T never left the house before 1948.

I am living with a man named
Estwick
All of Constance’s children

were born in the house. Con-
stance lived there, and she has
never paid a penny in rent. On
many occasions I have told Con-
stance that the house was mine.

In 1927 Arnold was living in
Below Rock. He did not go with
me to Mr. Ward when I was

buying the house, Arnold did not
go to Mr. Ward before I went.

I cannot remember the amour't

of rent for which the house was
sold I cannot remember how
much I used to work for then
I used to make extra money by
raising stocks. I was mustering
money before I bought back the





house. I do not know how old I

ara. In 1927 I was fairly
young woman

Re-exar used to sleep

> time. I used



odge Road

To the Court: Arnold is two
years younger than I am. Con-
stance is the last child. That is
what I heard my father say. I
do not know how old they are.

Charlies M. Laurie of Mt. Hill,
St. George, said he was Gov-
ernment Auctioneer of Dist. “B”
He produced the Government
Auctioneer’s cash book which has
to be audited. It is kept by the
auctioneer himself. That was a
man named Mr. J. H. Thorpe.
It is audited by the Auditor Gen-
eral.

According to the entry in that
book the house was levied on by
Mr. R. H. B. Ward in the suit
of R. H. B. Ward vs, A. Green-
idge. The sale was on January
18, 1927. Mr. Ward bought it
back.

Eric Warner of Montrose,
Christ Church corroborated plain-
tiff’s story about the visit she had
paid to the house in 1949 demand-
ing possession from Constance
and Arnold.

To Mr. Reece: I read the
letter to both people. It was
signed by Mr. D. H. L. Ward

Ena Bynoe of Lodge Roai,
Christ Church said she was 46
years old. She remembered that
there was a sale of the house in
1927. Mr. Branker Trotman the
auctioneer came first, then Mr.
Thorpe came.

A few months after it was sold
she accompanied Viola Greenidge
to Durant’s yard. She saw Viola
give Mr. Ward money, and Mr.
Ward gave her a receipt.

After that Viola and Constance
were living in the house. Then
a niece named Sylvia Greenidge
went there in 1936 and had a
baby. Around 1945 Arnold ask-
ed Viola in my presence to allow
him to stay at the house because
he and his wife could not agree
Viola agreed.

To Mr. Reece: It was about
1.30 to 2 p.m. on a Monday that J
accompanied Viola to Durants
Mr. Ward is dead, so is Mrs. Ward
I did not know the name of the
other man I saw there.

I am always at Viola’s house

Sometimes Viola used to sleep
there after she was living with
Estwick. After the misunder-

standing between Viola and the
other two — I think in 1948 —
Viola moved her furniture to
Estwick’s sister’s home.

On the day that Viola agreed
to allow Arnold to stay there, |
was present during the conversa-
tion, During that time Sylvia
Greenidge passed and went
through the gate. I do not know
whether she heard the converss-
tion.

Immediately after we returned
from Mr. R. H. B. Ward, Viola
went straight into the house.

Eric St. George Ward, son ol
the late Mr. R. H. B. Ward said
he would know his father’s signa-
ture if he saw it.

Shown the receipt, witness said
he had seen it in the lower court.
There was a similarity between
the signature on the receipt
and that of his father, but he could
not swear definitely that it was
his father’s signature on the re-
ceipt. 54

Witness produced a book which
his father used to keep. It was
dated 1926. There were signa-
tures in it by his father.

To Mr. Reece: — | am fairly cer-
tain that the signature on the re-
ceipt is not my father’s. I admit
there are certain similarities.

Mr. Ward re-called said
house is on Durant’s Land. The
land rent was paid by Viola
Greenidge. He could only trace
the records about seven years
back.

Sylvia Greenidge now of Water
Hall Land, St. Michael, said she
was the daughter of Etheline
Greenidge or Haynes. Continuing
she told of having seen Arnold
come to stay at the house on Dur-
ant’s Land.

the

This closed the case on behalf
of the plaintiff.

Constance Greenidge, one of
the defendants. said she was 44
years old. The name of her father
was Albert Greenidge. Her mother
died in June. 1925. She (witness)
was then living at home. Viola
Greenidge was not living at home
then. After her mother died
Albert Greenidge married another
woman and lived in Maxwell.

The new Mrs. Greenidge and
Viola could not get along, and
Albert Greenidge decided to sell

the house.

The house was eventually sold
by Mr. Thorpe in January 1927.
Albert Greenidge was then living
in Maxwell. All that time she and
a niece named Josephine were
living in the house in dispute

Mr. Ward bought the house, and
the “boys in America” were asked
for help. The boys sent $58.00. It





came to Viola, and she called
Arnold and rec >d $46.00 to
him. $41,00 was what Mr. Ward
had bought the house for, and

$5.00 was for rent.
Arnold went to Mr
money.

She (witness) continued to live
there, Viola asked Arnold to al-
low her to live there. He did, In
1945 she bought a house in Gall
Hill and began to do business with
Estwick,. During all the yeals
she (witness) had lived there
She was born there and she had
all her children there

Arnold got married in Decem
ber, 1936 and went to live at Be-
low Rock with his wife. Around
October, 1945 he came to the
house. He related a story about
himself and his wife, and from
that date he slept there

Viola and
Ward with the

In 1945 Sylvia Greenidge was
not living there. Viola was then
in Lodge Road with Estwick.

Viola had stock and furniture at
the house. In 1948 Viola, Arnold
and [ had a dispute which led us
to Dist. “B” Police Court.

Viola sold out some of the stow:
and carried some down to Lodge
Road, Then Viola and Ena Green-
idge moved out all the furniture
Arnold and she continued to live
in the house. The house was moved
last year on May 21. It is still
on Durant’s Land. She had never
left the house.

During those years she and Viola
had never had any _ discussion
about whose property the house
was. Viola paid the land rent
when she was working at Durants.

To Mr. Ward: My father want-
ed to get rid of the house through
Branker Trotman. From the time
that it was transferred by Mr.
Ward, the land rent was put in
Viola’s name. The money trom the
U.S.A. came in a letter addressed
to Viola, Arnold was not “station-
ary” at the house then, He used
to go and come. I never worked at
a Mrs, Clarke in Black Rock

Viola was living
long before 1945. She still lived
at the house at Durants, Eventu-
ally Viola told me I would have to
leave. She told Arnold so also.
I was never served with a notice
to quit. The first time Viola told
me I would have to leave was in
1948. Warner did not tell us to
leave when he came to the house
with my sister. He read no letter
to me, nor did I get a letter by
post.

I do not know in whose name
the receipt was written. I never
made any inquiries I am not a
part owner in the house,

Re-examined: The money
came from America to buy back
the house. I have been living
there all these years.

Arnold Greenidge said that
when he and Viola went to Mr
Ward with the money, he told M1
Ward he could write the receipt
in the name of either of the boys
in America. Mr. Ward told him
not to be a fool, that he was buy~
ing it for him. Mr, Ward did
not have any stamps at home, so
he gave him an acknowledgement
for the money. The acknowledge-
ment had been misplaced.

“The house belongs to me until
my brother feels like coming for
it.” I let Viola pay the land ren*
so that if I died my wife could
not claim the house

To Mr. Reece It was Con-
stance who wrote to the boys in

with Estwick

America for help. I own the
house as agent for my brother ‘n
America

At this stage

was adjourned

Caribbean
Commission

Members Arrive

Mr. W. H. Courtenay, M.L.C.,
British Honduras, and a member



of the Caribbean. Commission,
and Mr. J. K. Thomson, Colo-
nial Attache, Washington, (for-
merly with the Trinidad Govern-
ment) arrive in Barbados to-mor-
row to join Sir George Seel, Brit-
ish Co-Chairman of the Caribbean
Commis n

The other West Indian member
of the Caribbean Commission, the
Hon’ble Garnet Gordon, is at
present attending the Empird
Press Union Conference in Can-
ada and will not be attending the
meeting of the Caribbean Com-
mission which opens in Mar-
tinique next week

Sir George See] and party leave
Barbados on Sunday



What's on Today

Meeting of Legislative Coun-
cil at 2.00 p.m.

Meeting of House of Assem-
bly at 3.00 p.m.

Mobile Cinema at Checker
Hall Plantation Yard, St.
Lucy at 7.30 p.m.

Police Band at Indoor Con-
cert, Mental Hospital at
8.00 p.m.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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caie yesterday, Mr. Gordon Lewis,
Manager oft the b.T.C., said that
he expects this years First? Prize
to exceed last years by about
tive Series, :

O RAIN FELL in Bridgetown
St. Andrew or St. Lucy over
the week-end while small amounts
were recorded in the

other par-
ishes. From Saturday and up to
six o'clock yesterday morning

only one inch and nine parts were
recorded.

Of this 25 parts. fell in St.
George. The other returns were:
Station Hill District 12 parts, St.
Philip 12 parts, St. Thomas. six
parts, St. Peter 12 parts, St. Joseph
ten parts, St. James six parts and
St. John 24 parts.

The heat wave in the City con-
tinues. The temperature yester-
day evening was 86° Fahrenheit
in the shade.

HE MOBILE CINEMA | will
give a Show at Checker
Hall Plantation yard to-night for
the benefit of residents of the
Checker Hall area of St. Lucy
ROM ABOUT SIX O'CLOCK
yesterday morning residents
of the country districts could be
seen gathering at the Agricultural
Department awaiting an interview
with Mr. D. A. M. Haynes, Man-
ager of the Peasants’ Loan Bank,
who is distributing the Labour
Welfare Fund. Five hours later
about 350 left and went home
after being interviewed,

Approximately 2,500 application
forms have already been given
out by Mr, Haynes and about 800
have been filled and returned to
his office.

The applicants are from all over
the island and are applying for
loans to carry out repairs and
make additions to their homes.

LARGE CISTERN at Queen's
Park, near the Park House,
has recently been knocked down
it is understood that this cistern
has not been used for a long time

The new Steel Shed is nearly
completed. Gutters are now
being erected. Unlike’ the old
Shed, this one is surrounded with
wooden rails instead of wire net-
ting.

ARPENTERS, MASONS

well as other skilled and un-
skilled workmen could be seen
queueing outside the Employment
Agency at Queen’s Park from
early yesterday morning.

These men were renewing their
registration. This is done every
month and if the Agency does not
see a workman during the renew-
ing period, it is considered that
he is either employed or no more

as

needs the assistance of the
Agency
HE JEWISH CEMETERY at

Synagogue Lane because of
the recent rains, is beginning to
look like a small equatorial forest
The large quantity of vines,
which before only grew on the
ground, are now running up the
trunk of trees and intermingling
with the branches.

From one point it is impossible
to overlook the cemetery because
of the thick vines hanging through
the air. Most of the marble slabs
over the burial spots are covered
with vines and cannot be seen,

Only the four graves, in which
people were buried recently can
be seen from a distance.

Apart from the increasingly bad
conditions of the Cemetery, the
walls surrounding it are also badly
in need of repairs and it is likely

that consistent showers may
cause the greater part of this
to topple over
HERE WERE ONLY ‘wo
traffic offences over the

week-end. One man was charged
for riding on the running board
of a ‘bus and a motorist was
charged for not having parking
lights.

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COLDS and
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It clears the nasal pas-
sages to remove stuffiness
and the distressing con-
ditions of head colds and

Dean Hutchinson
Resigns From Vestry

WHEN the Vestry of St.
aid by members to Dean Hutchinson, Rector of the
and Chairman of the Vestry, for the manner in which
he has carried out his cuties as Chairman of the Vestry
during his five years in this office.

was
paris

into retirement next week.

Mr, Bryden told Dean Hutchin-
son: I wish to say that during the
years you have been Chairman
of the Vestry, we haye all had
the greatest confidence in the man-
ner in which you have discharged
the very troublesome and onerous
duties of the office. To be Chair-
man of this Vestry is not an easy
matter. There have been occa-
sions I daresay when your patience
has been sorely tried, but I feel
sure that everybody has always
been absolutely satisfied with
your ruling. Certainly we could
not have had a better Chairman
than you have been for the past
few years

We very much regret that you
are leaving us but we hope that
you will be spared many years to
enjoy a well earned retirement

I would now move that the
Vestry place on record their ap-
preciation of the impartial man-
ner in which you have presided
over their meetings,

Mr. E. D. Mottley,
seconded the motion

The Dean replied and said: 1
am very grateful to you and to
the members of the Vestry for
your kind words I quite agree
with you that the Chairman of
the Vestry has a very difficult

M.C.P

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HORSE HILL 2AM defeat-

ed a team from Burke’s
Village by 10 runs in a cricket
match played at Maple grounds,
St. Joseph on Sunday.

The Burke Village's scores were
30 and 53 while Horse Hill made
45 and 48. A Bailey was Horse
Hill’s best bowler capturing 11
wickets) for 29 runs. Whitfield
best scored 38 in the Horse Hill
second innings.

On the day before, a St. John
team defeated the Horse Hill XI
by six wickets,

ERALD YEARWOOD of Rock

Hall, St. Thomas, was i\-
Jured on Sunday at about 10.30
a.m., after falling from a bicycle
along Pleasant Hall, St. Peter.

He was riding his bicycle in
the direction of Applegrove when
the front wheel struck an embank-
ment

WO BICYCLES WERE in-

volved in an accident along
Church Village Road, Christ
Church at about 1.30 p.m. on

Sunday. One was owned and rid-
den by Bailey Hutson of Chureh
Village and the other owned and
ridden by James King of Pad-
more Village, St, Philip.

Both Hutson and King were
injured, Hutson was taken to
the General Hospital and detain-
ed,

N ACCIDENT OCCURRED on
Bush Hall Road at about

9.00 p.m. on Sunday between a
bicycle owned and ridden by
William Sarjeant of Hothersa!

Turning and another owned and
ridden by Wilbert Nurse of Cod-
rington

Both cycles were damaged

FIRE OF UNKNOWN
ORIGIN, which broke out at

Wellrose St, Lucy at about 10
pm. on Saturday destroyed a
cow pen and a heap of trash,

total value $10, property of Clyde
Boyce of Wellrose.
A SMALL HOLE ABOUT two
feet deep and g foot in
diameter was made when a sec-
tion of the road near Dr, Roberts’
residence in Black Rock fell in
This part of the road is a corner
and there is a tunnel flowing un-
derneath. Workmen yesterday
started to repair it and have dug
up a considerable part of the
road. There is a sign post at this
hole and pedestrians and motorists

should be very careful when
passing this area.
RUCILLA INCE of Maxwell

Hill, Christ Church reported
that her house was broken and
entered over the week-end and a
auantity of glassware removed

oe MILLAR of Brereton

Village, St. Philip report-
ed the loss of a flannel pants
from a garage while Haefer
Drakes of Dukes Alley reported
that he missed a shirt from his
room on Sunday.

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Dean Hutchinson goes

WHY NOT TRY THE :
CELEBRATED

task at some times It is quite]
fimpossible to please everybody}
and I feel that at times I have}!
made rulings which have not met'|
with the approval of every mem-j)
ber. This is something, how: ||
ever, which a Chairman has to,
face, It is true that I have at-
tempted to the best of my power
to hold the scales evenly and t
see that the Agenda be followea
without too many interruptions
or deviations

I also want to thank member:
for their kindness to me, their
patience and their friendliness
On several occasions when things
had not gone too smoothly at a
meeting, members chiefly con-
cerned would speak to me after-
wards and explain that whatever
had happened nothing was meant
to be personal. I feel I can sas
that we have all got on very well
together.

WE HAVE RECENTLY RECEIVED A NEW
SHIPMENT INCLUDING

GENTS’ OXFORDS

IN PRIME CUT WILLOW CALF (BROWN)
AND BOX CALF (BLACK)

EACH QUALITY IN 4 DIFFEREN’ LASTS AND
FITTINGS—WITH AND WITHOLT
RUBBER HEELS.

“KK” SHOES

ARE MADE IN ENGLAND FROM THE
FINEST MATERIALS PROCURABLE
AND WE HAVE A SHAPE AND A FIT-
TING FOR ALL NORMAL FEET.

The Time Is Coming

I know the time is coming anc
[ think it will be a good thing
when the Rector of the parist
will no longer be Chairman of
the Vestry. I suppose the Maude
Report will be implemented in
due course and the Vestry changed
into a Corporation, I believe from
the vote you gave last year when
the matter was discussed, that
you have all agreed this is likely
to happen, I think so as well and
that the church should be severed

|

BUY ‘K’ AND BE SURE OF FOOT COMFORT

from this particular part of
vg work, I thank you all very AND SATISFACTION.
Mr. MeD Symmonds also
wished the Dean many happy m = eee
vears of retirement, and added: ' ;
“IT hope that cven though — the , BROAD - ST.
church be severed from the Ves- HARRISON S \
try its influence will continue to! LOCAL = AGENTS

shape our lives and the lives of
the citizens of this country.”

Housing Board

A letter from the Secretary of
the Housing Board informed the

Vestry that his Board has been
negotiating with the Electric
Company for the installation of

13 lamps in the area on the south
side of Beckles Road, which has
been replanned; he pointed out!
difficulties in connection with the
lighting of one road, and asked
the Vestry if they would install
a lamp_ obliquely opposite Bay |
Estate House, which would servo
a dual purpose—that of lighting
a portion of Beckles Road, and
also the road referred to akove
It was devided that the Chyreh-
warden, the Secretary of the
Housing Board and the Electric
Company representatives should
meet and discuss the matter.
A letter was received from Rev
F. C, Pemberton asking the Vestry |
for financial assistance towards the
cost of repairing the gap to St
Paul's Chapel |
The Chairman explained that |
he knew Rev. Pemberton had
raised a portion of the money for
the repairs but it was certainly
insufficient to meet the entire cost



After some discussion it was de-
cided that the Churchwarden
should offer the difference be
tween the amount already raised
and the cost of the work.

At the close of the meeting
with the Vestry resolved into
Committee, the Chairman told the
members that he agreed with the
principle of converting the Dean-
ery into Secondary Girls’ School, ,
but he thought there were some
legal technicalities which, in his
opinion, should he gone into care-
fully.

It was agreed to call a meet-'
ing on Thursday at which would
be invited the Bishop. the Vestry’s
legal advisers and the Registrar











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Woollen Coats, each
Silk ~ Bonnets, each

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Crackling noises or out of order ? Relaroid Sun Visors. ee
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CLASSIFIED ADS.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
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} BARBADOS.
eee | ane Prime AsustANT COURT OF | yorrhea and WOMEN POLICE
DIED y pen tARIsH OF ST” ANDREW cases Jurisdiction) HELP i tecruiting of Women Police will take place at the Polige Train-
DERS will be receive DOROTHY CLOT IS | ¢ rep ‘ ing School, District “A” a 10 a y W day 21st e
— | FOR RENT undersigned up to day sees a MORRISON a | commmteer Hel 7 gE Sees ; 1950 ; , ie ae rs sis
SMITH—FLORENCE. Yesterday at her For a loan of £1,000 under the St Plaintift: |"Byways". Rockley New Road. Phone | Qualifications

residence 2nd Avenue, Nurse Band, == Andrew Church Roof Ac s BEATRICE ELOIS TILSO! oa Pore f }

Carrington’s Village. Her funeral will ——=—=~ | ete of interest not to Siecedtns ae Defecdunn: " » pe 20.6.1 F8 | Applicants must be between 19 and 25 years of age and possess

leave her late residence this afternoon HOUSES per annum : . OVERSEER “ the Elementary educational alificat f Stands rd V ie

at 4.15 for the Cathedral Church and ———— Signed C. A. SKINNER iN pursuance of an Order in this| , An experienced field ; : : ucational qualifications of Standard VII or over
thence to the Westbury Cemetery _APARTMEN' ; R. Court in the above action made om the | Cverseer. Apply to the Manager, Frore Pay and Allowan
3 T—One furnished rt Vestry Clerk P Pp 6 i —

Fritnds are asked to attend ment at Coral Sands, on Sea, with Silver y Clerk, Isth day of April 1960, I give notice | Pilgrim Plantation. 20.6.50-2n | The pay of a Policewor listment $52.00 per +t
Mrs. Lillan Gilkes USA) Beryi an Mnen if 9 naped o » with Silver 128.608: St. Andrew © all persons having any estate, right : | ws s oman on enlistment is $52.00 per month
Smith (daughters): Cora, Melia Joan, temlade Wel Sane - For further par-| 1" -?: ° or interest in or any lien or incum-| 4 LADY—for Office work. Previous |rising by annual increments of $48.00 up to $80.00 per month

Galinds- tee aeteed ty atone - ALMA LASHLEY BAR’ : brance affecting All that certain piece | *XPerience not essential Apply by & Promotion: to Non Commissioned Rank is on merit
Ruby Pollard (Niece). ede 21.5.50 BADOS MUTUAL BENEFIT] ° parcel of land (formeriy part of a} letter and in person, L. M. B. Meyer A Wash Allowance 9 ¢ a :

20.6.50.—1n.|_ _BUENO-VISTA—Two Mile #1 ; SOCIETY lorger area of land containing by ad-| & Co., Ltd 17.6.50-T.F.N j ashing Allowance of $2.00 per month is also payable.
furnished, drawing, eines ee s ane 7 hereby given that a Special tiyenity co oo ag Saetaneats] Uniform
i w . a ,e Soc ¥ uls ‘ .
IN MEMORIAM bedrooms: jail madern | conveniences: | will “be held at the ‘Registered Office, | Cjuch formed part of the lands of Moun | MISCELLANEOUS | Free uniform is provided. R. T. MICHELIN,
Pply to iss Sybil] 48, Swan Street. Brid A apham mtation) situate in tho 5 or > ~
3 : s s . town, ct 3 © } Commissioner of Police.
In loving memory of our dear beloved {inds, Two Mile Hill. 18.6.50—2n.]| pm. on Monday, aan June, 1950, Cpa re 7 Se iae tx: str ns | ROARDERS Cool totntortable Room | sa
mother and grandmother CONSTANCE WAN. the purpose of:— (1) Reconsiderat oresaid containing by admeasurement | and Puli Board available to Visitors | |
BREWSTER who departed this life on] GARAGE nan Coen the Purpose of:— (1) Reconsideration] thirty seven and two seventh perches or | to Trinidad. Near Queen’ Park Savan ~ =<
June Soth 1949. _GARAGE — near Concord Rockle: bi y, (2) Considera-| thereapouts abutting and boundi on! nah. Write Mrs. Bleeding gurns, sore mouth, or loose ‘eeth
94 Nev ¥| tion of certain suggestions la ing Stone, 80 Dundonald
x visas veer a Saetul rend New _ Road. Phone 3261. Mrs. Arthur ag gegertions from the} lends of F. L. J. Roberts om lands of , Street, Port-of-Spain. zt mean that you are a victim of Pyorrhea or
g Ridgeway Committee and (3) dealing with any] the Estate of Sol 6.6.50.—12n.| Trench Mouth, or some bad disease that
Gh. par We -sEwaye could depend, 17.6.5 ether matters before the meeting lands of Merinaas datibaet Martine ‘ nd , SAGRENEaee laree, teabeliinn incase will eventually cause you to lose “ai vous mma 3
Every hour in some sweet day 7.6.50—2n By Order of the Committee,| 07 the Public Road shee cl = oul —Very large travelling trunk | ceeth and have to wear false teeth before iene aenraennesie a oe aie
Her. beautiful. memory comes our - BIHALOM ee —_—______ Ew . head or tener kno: as Claphay)| extra strong or large linen wicke: | your time. Since the great World War :

saa: NGALOW—Attractive and airy ' . ALLEYNE, hoe — reve else the same may abut; basket lined. Phone Williams 8221 | ‘hese mouth diseases have spread through - MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEA- Eee
iti Seciea. Gan eae bungalow, “Moorlands”, on St. James| Secretary 1 a 14.6. 50--6n, | out the world so that now scienti ay | LAND LINE LTD, (M.A'N.Z LINE) "
ii wands tats. can c oast, near Appleby, comfortably Pte 18.6.50-2n.} © acts ee, an scoovnit of thate | ———————___ s | chat four out of every five people are suf- noctetene

‘ vis ane ay . . as —_—_——-— ———- - h v NESSES, - Cy 4, & Ss “0 sei Ww .
That which is lost ow year today Prone ee every convenience ane | erie aes inmate’ an we a ere | we ee 1Sct_ gold watch chain ave eee tian Eeiete te te toe ane ss CITY OF DIEPPE” - sails| The M.V DAERWOOD" wil!
pinitie and Doris (daughters), Kathleen, } Beautiful sea — view saeh and Garage.; NOTICE me on any "Tuesday, or Friday between | lchards & Son, Mc Gregor St | because they often cause not only the Adelaide May 19th. Melbourne June accept Cargo snd ‘Passengers fo
joreen, Molly, Millicent, and Dolly} Suitable fo rom lounge BARBADOS. the hours of 12 (moon) and 3 o'clock in} 18.6 50-—-2n_ | of teeth, but also chronic rheumatism and | 2". Sydney June Mth, Brisbane June St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada
(grandchildren) (three srentcgrands) « taking Big Sa ig ses IN THE ASSISTANT COURT a See the Office of the! | beers a aot inate tah arriving at Trinidad about July 21st eos Date of sailing to be
6.50—1n | Dial 3589 ‘olony OF APPEAL erk oO! e Assistant Court of Appesl : | Dis ry S.¢ ‘pe ELLINGTON" sails Otised
rm 20.6.50—in| RE WORKMEN’S COMPEN at the Court House Bridgetown, before | July/August. — Brisban ly s
's SATION . fore , | Saves Teeth e early August es :
—— the 2ist day of June 1950, in order that OR Melbourne mid J N land The MV T.B. RADAR” will
omebeLaniare OR LEASE Notice is scsiheee ohvia. tint Frederick such claims may be rar Sh Maen LIQU LICENSE NOTICE actin Mente Tere eek teats Amawten Sydney mid Tut arriving ‘Trinided accept Cargo and Pa ngers for
FOR SALE ssiseer oe te Hastings; fully furt-| Rice of Road View, St. Peter, employed to a nature and priority thereof re-" The application of DARRELL | auick way. It penetrates right to the root sbout 9th September St. Vincent, Grenada a Trint
. approved tenant, available | by M 7 spectively; otherwise such persons wil] STEEDE hold te 7, | of the trouble, stops ms from bleed! These vessels have ample space fo gad sailing Thursday %2nd June
> ene | Jtily 15th. Dial 2728, Mrs. R. Cheesman. c * ss R. =. G. Challenor a | be precluded from the benefit of the 492 of 1950 er of liquor license No. | the very first day ae dh pasin| chilind? babe tteains cont eae
——<—_—= ee a ‘aptain of Barge, fell into the sea whilt | said Decree, an n overs 990 granted to him in respect 7 ae aon ‘ AUTOMOTIVE oh tee 2 Mie 16.6.50—3n.. tallying sugar aboard a barge and died| claim an or pe Bs Geprived of | fll) of premises viz:— a two storey Seeded Tet aae eRe taicice ete eee OL incinte witht hatehtontet oe teiAtane doe
| 2s a result of drowni * ‘ property ing situate at corner Mason . = 1 to ee - | leading with transhipment at Trinidad for BW. SCHOONER OWNERS
ee FIAT -- Modern mi-f wing and that Com Claimants are also notified that they 5. ason Hall St. &/| WW. B, shows the results that Amosan usera | british G a "
CAR—Offers will be received by me] With 3 Large Sedroome and manned ace pensation has been paid into Court must attend the said Court on Wed-| Emmerton Lane, St. Michael for per-| g¢t: “I suffered from Trench Mouth and Ce ae Winaswabe and ASSOCIATION (INC)
up to 4 p.m on Thursday the 22nd convenience at Blue Waters’ Terrexe For All the Dependants of the above- nesday the 2ist day of June 1950 at 10/ folfewit “Wa sme ssid. license at the aah eee — eth a eet ier teat, | FU . °C
June 1950, for the sale of one De Soto | P@'ticulars to inspect please phone 8279. named deceased are hereby required! O'clock @.m. when thelr said claims wonton eet we A wall and! ihe several other teeth wore’ werting RES, SRY # CO. WTD;, pint ee
uh foah- ihoiel hicks San Wk: aaenh At eso. %,.| 12 Appear at the Assistant Court of Appeal | Will be ranked. See cuilding at Baxters Ra. Ttown | ooser all the time. T tried many things and bp gly gah
Dear’s Garage, Hastings, Christ Church eee +; on Wednesday the 12th day of July 1960 Given under my hand this 18th day, Dat net then heard of this new discovery Amosan, DA COSTA & CO. LTD.,
D. L. Hoyte, P. OG. Box 58 Bridgetown “GLENRISE”, — Erdiston Hill, st.j “2° o'clock a.m, of April 1950 led this 16th day of June, 19° in 24 hours after using Amosan my guins Agents, Barbados —==—=.
; Bridgetown. | Michael, Fully Furnished. 3 bedroome | et ‘is 1th day of June i960 I. V. GILKES. | Sed ERNEST BOYCE roe eae atten ta. three gave and In OO
7 \ \ Indefinite period. Available now Apply ig csp ge Ane sae ee mene Te win —~c. L. W. a arr two oka tt ind that my I seen thw te PA AGES
- - , . Cle C \ al. ‘Oo: + ALWYN, E wo weeks sund that my loose teeth were
CAR_One 1047.8 HP. Austin. con.;'° CARRINGTON & SEALY. Ag. Clarke, A.C.A { » Esq., u SS.
dition excellent. Phone 2869, C. R.| 20,6.50—3n | 17-6-50—Sn. eres 94 District aa cat ot ood eee aes oe | TO IRELAND
Applawhate 00 60380) LL ee Guaranteed j s
, | “MELROSE VILLA"—Collymore Pock NO N.B.This application will be consid- \ Antilles Products Ltd., Roseau, D i
; a A : ; oi ; § +, Roseau, Dominica, offer pass: t
- re _ . | upstairs, 4 Bed 7 os TICE ered at a Licensing Court to be held 9 Amosan works so fast and so certain that Dub +“ i a, passages to
oC ARS 1642 | 16) six cylinder Forde, | Downstairs Drawing and Dining Rea, | BARBADOS OFFICIAL SALE Police Court, District “A”, on Monday | {heated ee enetah xen ughian one auth Jueer on th DUALA", next sailing from Roseau about
eee enor ages Lane | Breakfast Room, Kitchen, Open Veran- IN THE ASSISTANT COURT the 26th day of June, 1950 ‘at 11 o’clock.| tooth te your camplete satisfaction oF june, and thereafter about every thirty-three days
Cosmopolitan Garage, Magazing Lane, gan, Closed Gallery, Gprage for 2 OF APPEAL BARBADOS. am inoney back on return of empty package. | Single fare, £70, usual reductions for children ;
' Cars, Servant t . SATION 2 E ASSISTANT Y c. L. WALWY ont take a chance on losing your teeth or rect.
une c Rooms ete. Modern Con- RE WORKMEN'S COMPEN iN tS COURT OF > N. M Apply direct :
can Oe 1) BOA Diptae Car | Wauaires | eelah. ae ee nest ims “ APPEAL alice Magistrate. Dist, “A pe ES OP Sg a
Engine, Battery & Tyres Sound. A ats 20.6.50—5n otice is eby given that Herbert (Equitable Jurisdiction) aie ers i ouble o onahy Crom your | z* ss :
Fase: atone cee SSS OB | Si Stirds, "Setanta Saker res: | POMOâ„¢ HL Saeaoues LOU Amosan ine:
ihe ine E tale *, Pine Road, Belleville : » employed a’ ley Plan- ISON ™ A ing as the guaran.
CAR-—-One (1) 10 HP Stands 5 (near Ist Avenue) Bedroom ‘and Dress- tation as a labourer, was injufed when Plaintif®: \QUOR LICENCE NOTICE mosan tee protects you
new tyres in good condition’ Price | {28T@Om upstairs with running water a truck laden with canes drove over BEATRICE ELOISE WILSON The application of Ivan Sealy hold: | FOr Pvorrhea—Trench Mouth *
+anscitable Soe ak nEaditiaeeon 2 Bedrooms, Diningsoom, Parlour. his chest and died as a result of the Defendant: of Liquor License No. 261 of 195« e 0.
Eagle Hall 17.6.80--3n | Kitchen, W.C. and Bath ‘downstairs | “Juries sustained and that Compen- NOTICE is hereby given that by vir-| &7@Pted to Armintha Haywood in respec 7 °
. Fe 8286. 14.6.50—t.f.n oan clas een paid into Court ae of an Order of an Assistant Court le iinet ac viz:— a board and galvan
MOTOR CYCLE One ) 2% HP i Ss uardians and persons concerned | cf Appeal dated the 18th day of April} shop attached to residence at
In good condition, Phone 8217 i TO LET—Fully furnished two bed-| the above-named deceased ara | 1950 there will be set up for sale to} “poone’s Hill St. Michael for permission . Mx.
20 .6.50--%n 9 TOM flat Kent House August, Novembe | hereby required to appear at the| the highest bidder at the Office of the to use said Liquor License at saic
inclusive. Phone Kirby 3696. Assistant Court of Appeai on Wednes- | Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appew! premises, f THESE NEW ORLEANS SEK, i0K
—— »:13.6.50—4n, day, ae 12th day of July 1950, at 19 Pe eee House, | Bridgetown, be-| Dated this 16th day of June, 1950. 7’ arr
Fu sclock a.m, ween hours oO: (noon) and 2 s yAN SEA ‘ 7 ( . N.O, “do:

RNITURE =e eee | 9—Dated this 13th day of June 1950 ger en ne afternoon on Friday the = a rials CHINA CABINETS S.S Ae RANGER” ailst Mig’ 13th awe
c-bowrds, -Kitehen-Tables, - Dressing- PUBLIC : Aes Cire AA, [AB tint cmetatn peop ce. parcel of tand | ag pone Meee io A ROANER 14 June 24 June

ing-boards, Kitchen-Tables Dressing- i : lerk, AC (formerly part of ‘a pate and

u 5 4 3 a larger ares a ' J . y
Tables and numerous other Articles at - SALES ¥ ST pas containing by adineasurementt ‘One By aw SORE SRRVR
bargain prices, in Ralph A Beard’s - = . ~ | two roods, twenty one perches or there- S| . x > Ast.
Ridin etoetic Tite taeboa: Allee. Seen ooSooe = | {SAINT VINCENT WEEKLY AIS | abouts which formed part of the lands) potice : BOARDS 48 “BYFJORD” oa co tunel 2°
daily 8 a.m. to 12 noon. AUCTION ICE Now makes possible ideal] of Mount Clapham Plantation) situate inf )oUc® Court, District “A", on Monday “THULIN™ ¢ ny es A go

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thirty seven and two seventh perches or CL.
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I will offer for sale by Public Com-
petition at my office, Victoria Street, on
FRIDAY 23rd, at 2 p.m. The property

WALWYN

LIVESTOCK Police Magistrate, Dist, “A” CANADIAN SERVICE

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ie led “KENWORTH”, Pinfold "i
COW—One cow giving 22 pts. daily “ ’ info Street, SUNNY CARIBBEE the Estate of Solomon ‘Best 4) eased ' i;
Apply Frere Piigrim Plantapion standing on 2,114 square feet of land puictheceek Senta Talend cur lande’@? Mebatiel beilbart Aeon your Drawing or Dining Room Name of Ship medin Sails Arrives
20'6 50--2n, | Ouse contains closed gallery, drawing, | offers all that can be desired, Beauti- and on the Public Road poi yi uu will be all smiles over your ontreal Halifax Barbados
dining, 3 bedrooms, W.C. & Bath, elec-| fui scenery, sea-bathing, fishing, excel- Clapham Road or however else ye same LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Biren, Oak or Deal. There are $8. "ALCOA PURITAN” May 29th June srd June 13th
ght, ene iosed yard, good living! innt cuisines and bars. RATES $4 to | "Y abut and bound, And if not then (TRANSFE E Bree ca teae oh Mahogany or ‘ ALCOA POLARIS” June 9th June 12th Tune 22nd
MECHANICAL locality, rents for $27.00 per month. ,87 B.W.I. per day. For further details | S°ld the sald property will be set up for AY R AND REMOVAL) Space-syving sizes, from 30 inches 8.8. “ALCOA PILGRIM” June 23rd June 26th July 6th
For inspection apply to the tenant any / and reservations. sale on every succeeding Friday between} The application of Livi Wharton of with! fat. oF Sved aa eee Near aeniee ee orn
BICYCLES One Gents Raleigh ana| Gay except Sundays between 2 and 4 p.m. ERROL G. ROOKS, the same hours until the same is sold} Podmore Village, St, Mhilip, the pi Shaker ete eee Are
One Phillips Gents Sports both — in ae Sanaitione of sale apply to Dial Box 47, for a sum not less than £213. 9.7. chaser of Liquor License No. 74 of 195¢ wit ee ee 8.8. “ALCOA PENNANT’ Sane
good condition and complete with 3 , reher Mc. Kenzie, Auctioneer Saint Vincent. sy - yO pril 1950 eranted to Livi Wharton in respect ‘i : oe ys : — )_ For St. John, Montreal and St, Lawrence
Eocet, Lights wha adbecnories 18.6:80~6n. 119.6,80—S0n. : I. V. GILKEs, : boarded and shingled ih ae ees) ; sa = River Ports,
Enquire A. Burrowes, Bath Village aatappintaehieeinbabnaay sha of the Assistant Court of toot attached at Dadian Village Be 7 ar eo bp esa! ee ee : ALCOA PURITAN June 24th — For vem and St. Lawrence River
Ch. Ch. or C. Medford, Courtesy Gar- me hilip, to remove said License — Distine ” Choose 7 “A STEAMER” Ras are
xa, ore inti UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER NOTICE 20.4.50—3n boarded bf gc eee se Diotin Bon: euiines todaw Stor July 7th For guiontren! and St. Lawrence River
’ APPLICATIONS are invited for the reof attached at Padmore Village, S : raise and or popula hese vessels have } hesatind
One Standard size Royal TYPEWRITFP ian Beene Tri ae ae post of Joint Secretary to the follow- oes an to use ge i a + sstene sips une ae ‘ powaiing ave limited passenger accommodation
in good condition. Apply to 'L. M-.| Gay, J ; ~ | ang:— deseribed premises : Mahogany or other wood vere ee
in goed: Sone | ates” reir day, Sune 30rd at 2.90 pm. at the| Sugar Production and Export Control OFFICIAL NOTICE Dated this 16th day of June, 1950 can bet & Riniboard tole $18. ial Apply: DACOSTA & CO, UTD.—Can ddian Servi
20.6.50-—In : .P. Prefect} Board. (Sed.) F. KNIG ROBERT THOM LTD.New York aoe
Ford, (1) 1939 12 h.p, Austin, Both BARBADOS " GT, New York and Gulf Service
damaged. Terms Cash peancy Molasses Control and Marketing | IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF | To:—The Police M vee Dae eet ny nape ecersiersee einen
ai eae : * pix joard, :—The Police Magistrate, Dist, “C"’
MISCELLANEOUS feet) * Bio aes Pee Sugar Ind Capital Rehabilitation Arr Eat, N.B.—This application will be con
-~ : , | Resatee eae (Equitable Jurisdiction) idered at a Licensing Court to be held N SEE EET te
BEDROOM SLIPPERS- For Ladies and samametioncer.| Nerve Boar. orice Stabilization | RUTH ANN ALLEYNE. ... Plainti@ | on 30th June, 1990 at 11 o'clock am. " meee’ |
>PERS— For Ladies ang eT Tan, | Sugar , Industry Price Stabilization | Cyntt, "WHARTON .....000.. i 3 o'clock a.m HERE i (
Children, in an assortment of colours, . 18.6.50—4n.| Reserve Board CYRIL WHARTON ....... Defendant | #t Police Courts Dist, “c"’ Trafalgar St Dial 4069 AGAIN :—
Navy, Royal... Wine, Pin sberry,| 7 ‘ 7 - HARPE re y 7
Navy, Roxas Wings Pi Sigg ogg ot! | By Wsthictions of tHe Thsurance Com. The solary, of, the post, wilt, depend |. oi HiT ihe above ‘action nade on {he Polite Magitrate, Dist, 4 RES. & BONG STUDENT, Of, & WATER COLOURS IN TUBES
$5s0" é9.24 “MODERN DRESS SHOPPE. | pany, T will sell_at the COURTESEY | th, qualifications, but will not be tess | Tir ron uae rine Gr ate hd sth oh ai tl cl ld Alwo:—ARTISTS BRUSITES
Broad Street 18.6.50-—-2n.| GARAGE, WHITEPARK RTESEY| than £500 per annum nor moze than | 1th day ot Ang any eatite right or | === q Ca erat Vee ee Pee
road Street. ct Sard; ath. pam meee AY] ¢700 per annum, The post is non- {u Sit pecwonie having aay entate, ‘right or e dheieea wi We have opened also
ca , ‘oa pensionable and terminable at one any lien or incumbrance 2 AND TILL, LOCKS 1 a " , “ks
CAR AND TRUCK TYRES & TUBES | 1 MORRIS 8 SEDAN CAR damaged by| honth’s notice on either side affecting all that certain piece or parcel Ag Olen Ae. Johan. ot leg Mal epee lh AB
4.50 x 19, 5.50 x 18, 4.50 x 17 and 30x 5,| “re. TERMS CASH. ‘Applications stating age, educational | °f land situate at St. Davids Road in n Oil without Oiliness is not SON'S STATIONERY AND HARDWARE
all at bargain prices. Courtesy Garage R. ARCHER McKENZIE, qualifications and experience, together | {he parish of Christ Church in this a Lubricant
Dial 4616. 17.6.50—3n DIAL 2947 COE rin with COPIES of testimonials should be come ” oe Bieta ans USE
: 20.6.50— ssed ect { Agricul- rood .
CEREALS —Pulted Wheat, Muffets, Bee eee te atk. and will be encept-[Ocunaing. on lands of 3k | Harewood GERM OILS
Cerevim, Oatflakes in Tins, Cream of U ed up to Saturday the 24th of June, gic bi) I. Forde on two sides and on ite GENUINE LEATHE ain -ae WOR
Wheat Large & Small and Loose Oat NDER THE SILVER | Soo Me Fumio Doel on however mae ie ‘R 36 fonts cS “R LOOSE LEAF NOTE
flakes) Pearl Barley. W. M. FORD, gn Ste may abut and bound to bring FOR INCREASED OILINESS. NOTE BOOKS, FOOLSCAP & LETTER SIZE
Dial 2 nie y HAMMER 16.6,50—4n. hefore me an account of their said AP & LETTER SIZE
al 3489, 35 Roebuck St. danecabeiah luis with their witnesses, documents CENTRAL FOUN DERRY i rm REFILLS & INDEX to Each
: ON WEDNESDAY ist by order of the NOTICE ond. voussoere, $0. De emvnenes, Dy Tne oe e ¥ : ROBERTS & CO
Veeieeinnmngnet racer reenter | Rev. A, T ve Ww 2 eny | ay, or ween th si :
HYDRAULIC TIPPING HOIST for use| Hovce nppointrente at “Rawle House'| , MR. ALONZA DAVID, GASKIN,| hours of 12 “inoon) and 9 o'clock in, the Service Station zt Trafalgar St. .
on most long wheelbase Trucks. New! Goarington. College which” includes ;| formerly caretaker of |" Retreat, Pas-| afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk ot DIAL 3301
and for immediate delivery. Courtesy | Round Tip-Top Dining Table; U ight| S@8e Road is NO LONGER authorized] the Assistant Court of Appeal at the SSS: ieie omeceemeeganers . Sas
Garage. Dial 4616 17,0,60—80. | Peers “Dasetay BCRbcaraT Georiea | fo Fecelve or accept any. monies pala (count | Rpm n, before the | SSS SS
Ditinwite aah Aba: eawle ay Pe'\ for the rent of “Retreat”, Passage 28th day of June 1950, in order that See eee eee nn eee
NEEDLES for your record plaver End aecttees Writing Table Boakshelves,| Road: Any persona. who bave paid spy such claims may be ranked according 1 j as
él] kinds including Ruby and Sanvhire | wratnot, Floor aoe wee (Ee ork rent in advance, or who are desirous| to the nature and priority thereof t
semi-permanent needles to play several) poy. | Wn, SORE vee ork | of renting ‘Retreat’, are requested to respectively; otherwise such persons
thousand recordings Table, Morris’ High.” Folding Card] ©". “Sr communicate with Mr, A, G.{ Will be precluded fram the benefit o: | 7 r 1
A. & o.. UTD. Decartchatss ringinaee apromater ina) Pile at Paradise Beach Club, Black coe eee ae oe pa er eee, {}
-50—t.f.n a4 "| Rock, St. Michael, and to bring any S agni y: 4 ‘ay he
aves me a oe rT. i ee and ty an, JORneeeny: receipt which they may now hold Claimants are also notified that they WEEKLY SERVICES
NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Fran Sining Table (seats) Sideboard upright A. G. Pile, for Agent and Owner must attend the said Court on Wednes-
Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come amd Morris chairs, Rocker, Tea Trolley | upetreat” e day, the 28th day of June 1950, at fe ‘ »
and eek, Due cuick. Bookshelves, Tables all in Pine, Twin jotpent pole. 46.-0n, | VEO we, When .thele. apd clgins V l N ( ; E N I F 0 R § A L E
' “A. BARNES & CO., LTD. Mahog: Bedsteads, Vono Springs, Dress- —6n- | will be ranked. , m
2 24,8.50—t.f.n. | ne Table, Chest of Drawers, Bedside | ————— NOTICE Ani — my hand this 14th day
Table, Deep Sleep Mattresses, Divan & si
RING. Diamond Ring. One Gents soli- | bed, Triple antique Folding Mirror and PICKWICK CRICKET CLUB Ad Gheek erik SRS, me AND -
tS win, D. Richards & Son Me| Long Wall Mirror, Cheval glass Cedar] MEMBERS are hereby notified that ; Lea The A ehbal 2 . . .
Gragse’ Sieant Press, Frigidaire in perfect condition, | nets for cricket practice will be open o poral D O M I N I Cc A ONE (1) used FORDSON PICK UP (Army Type) can be
18.6.50—2n. | Elec. Tosnie Iron Hot Plate Enamel Top| from Tuesday 20th June and will be hc seen at Spring Garden Bulk Installation, Black Rock. Offers
- - re iran) Cee errant Hove: |favellable every aftesngon exot pt. DE) meets tn in writing are to be submitted to Mr. C. I. Skinner, Manager
RAINCOATS Ladies’ Plastic Rain- | Ks ie ai sf aie . many other items. | those afternoons reserved for the Mal- 7 Tae r Pogidireg , eet.
coats in White, Blue and Maize $4.80) Sale o'clock. Terms Cash. Seen. Football. Pour OFFICIAL SALE FOR FULL INFORMATION CONTACT 10.6.50—4n,
each. The Modern Dress Shoppe H. D. KIDNEY,
15.6.50-3n e.o.d.| BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., Hon. Secty iansabow, mee
s Auctioneers 20.6.50-—1n IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF AGENTS
SPRING—two (2) 3ft 3ins. Springs in 17.6,50—3n BARBADOS ELEMENTARY APPEAL ee . {
perfect condition. Phone 8315 ee SCHOOL TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION (Equitable Jurisdiction) » s 7 y |
cnt wore aeautle ester sua(f BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS FRIENDLY HALL |
TINNED FRUIT—Graves Peaches NOTICE CYRIL WHARTON ......... Detendant ; : |
Avricots. Prunes, Fruit Salad ond | REAL ESTATE ALL teachers are invited to a] NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue Lower Broad St. Bridgetown Phone 4585. MAYCOCK’S BAY |
Sliced Pineavple. W. M. FORD, Dial special General Meeting held op Sat-|} of an Order of the Assistant Court of Beautiful Estate Property set in approximately 12 acres over- |
3489, 35 Roebuck St. FOR SALE — TO BE DEMOLISHED | Urday 24th June at 12° noon N\ the| Appeal dated the 14th day of April 1950 == looking the sea, Three (3) Rec ‘5 ee ondi |
20.6.50—2n AND REMOVED Church House for the purpose of con-] there will be set up for sale to the * sea iree (3) Reception, 5 bedrooms, verandahs, |
oo eR eee CHAT Se - (only) epiian | Corre Resolutions fo be forwarded {ighest bidder at the Office of the Clerk ferneries, delco, phone, out-buildings. Ideal for the -discrimin- |
TINNED MEATS—Salmon Large & | *“MAYARO” situate at Rockiey Beach.! to the forthcoming Conference of theyot the Assistant Court of Appeal at the > ating buyer. Extremely low figure |
Small, Vienna Sausares Laree and |The Purchaser will be required to Caribbean Union of Teachers held at| Court House, Bridgetown, between the |
Small, Steak ® Tidnev Pudding, Ham-) demolish the said house and remove British Guiana during the Summer | hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the |
peer ed Mustard same from the site within fifteen days | holidays tu Ane ee on Friday, the 30th day of © |
Bottle Dial 2489, after the date of purchase, The Gas, , : | |
Rocbuck St 20.6 50—% and water pipes, electric wires, fixtures Hon Seoty, ah ci A tata it oe i cd Pr © A.F.S.. F.V.A,
Se Fi eh and Asta will not ibe sid with the ea the parish of Christ Church in tht: ” mre REAL ESTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER SURVEYOR
iveblossom dion io ; house, Offers in writing ‘will be re ijvland, containing by admeasurement P} = * |
wide, in the best of condition. Apply | ceived by the undersigned up to 12 noon ‘ m one rood or thereabouts abutting and tone 4640 “ie Plantations’ Building |
Winston Hassell. Phone 2959—A785 ‘1 Friday, 28rd June instant. Note~| {Pyblie Salles-—Contd. | rounding on. lanas R. Harewood — ee
20.6.50—23r | the land on which the house siunds is = . «ceased, I, Forde on two sides and on
<< = - not for sale. the Public Road or however else the
For inspection apply at ‘Acecra’’ next | came may abut and bound and if not



tnen sold the sald property will be set
up for sale on every succeeding Friday
letween the same hours until the same

door for the keys.
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,

PERSONAL REAL ESTATE



















Solicitors LAND—Two (2) acres of arable land -
13.6.50—5n. Wi hiamewall’ Heoed, rultabla: for sstohen |. fod, £90, Si Doe eee ie ae soag. ELECTRICAL BARBADO BLECT ( | L
‘THE public are hereby warned against WORTHING (NEAR CACRABANK cane. 10 acres at Lodge Road I. Vv. GILKES, ACCESSORIES }
giving credit to my wife RUBY IANTHE HOTEL . CHRIST CHURCH t Fontabelle on the sea 2 acres of Ag Clerk of the Aasistant Court -_ i
y . Mason) as I do not 2 , lend suitable for Hotel 5 acres land of Appeal oa shies t 3
WILTSHIRE (nee hie f Tier erie Modern fully furnished chalet in pri-{ at Cave Hill beside main road, witt
hold myself responst tag Pe or debts | Vate estate standing in half an acre) water and lights available Apply
one else contracting aang itten order ef well kept and laid out gardens—one| DrArcy A, Scott, Magazine Lane
an_my pame unless by a wr minute from sea and beautiful sandy 16.6.90—3n d J , l A .
sign y me bathing beach. ee ‘ ‘
Signed ARLIE bay eee The house contains large living room, “MEDMENHAM", PINE HILI--St A Wide Range of really High Quality
“st Philip dining room, two bedrooms to which an| Michael, a very desirable residence I ECTRICAL WIRING
s extra bedroom can be added if desired standing on 1 acre 3 roods of land IMPORTANT NOTI E ae e as
ee eileen Tiled bathroom with tub bath ina The dwellinghouse contains verandali ACCESSORIES
ace ae ’ c shower (hot and cold water) and built! drawing and dining rooms, lounge, Pri .
The Public are hereby warned against in linen cupboard, tiled kitehen with | bedrooms (2 with running water), usu The Supply of Natural Gas at Reasonable Prices



one whom

NOTICE







ving in my name to ony bi stone d and y Phileo re stry ie ‘ . > >
eving 3, Pee nad sl roman wl ane, cumbene co 00m rate | Seen Sieh wate an is being, centinsed gous Included in the TENBY RANGE ARE
sible for any one contracting, ang writ- | large areh verandab, all steel windows | phone installed. ing negotiations. WIRING CLIP
or debts in my Se ae es | with hoods, steel French doors, large In the yard there are servants room ROSES
ten order signed by RUFUS SKEETE | stone garage and sevants’ quarters with| garage etc., and the grounds compris¢ The CEILING sa sia aa gehen
Ashton Hall, | toilet and shower, the house is tastefully; Lawn and gardens sic a a 08 as 0., JUNCTION BOXES
St. Peter. furnished, the beds have both deep sleep Inspection by appointment with the Cov d Cal 1
St. 6 50—2n.| ©nd Dunlopillo mattresses, shingled root | Owner, Mrs. D.L Johnson. eee oe LTD. for Rubber and Lead Covere able
is thaeteiehabeioe polished pine doors, the garden container The above property will up for : bs /

“Phe public are hereby warned. aga’ | a iat ‘cnraie wit sieht doeaait ree oe eiteown ear Prides and a_wide variety of - - - As the Manufacturers have decided that repairs to one of
giving credit to my wife one palms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw. | 20th June instant at 2 p.m ; SWITCHES our Engines can no longer be delayed, the Company has in
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PAGE EIGHT

West Indies Lead
Notts By 285 Runs

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NOTTINGHAM, June 19
Poor Nottinghamshire batting against the West Indies;
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1m here to-day proved a big disappointment for |

a evowd of about 7,000.
The We Indies, who made 525 for 5 wickets on Satat |
day immediately declared this morning, and by contras |

to their ob: iv lt methods, the Nottinghamshire batsmen were |
slow and ensure.
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THE COLTS Xi held the visiting Malvern Football a as Tapper)
team from Trinidad to a one all draw before a large num- | Admisaton GENTS TS 2/- LADmrs ve
ber of spectators in a good game at Kensington yesterday | Orehestra
a i | M$ a _ A Well Stocked Bar,
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fhe visitors who have not yette | i Lady and the 50th Gent entering
‘ P c e . or i the Door, The Lucky Fair, the
20f accustomed to the ground put : rounder to get the equalizer. | boot. Dance; and..the Malloon
up a creditaile performance ar Mal uttacked and | s ble at midnight PONT
s aivern gain : ackec a 1 raw a ; wh oD
stiov af ay Fit bet omens ar Paul rv their inside left sent in | MISS IT 20.6.50-—In
‘entre ha lugo Emanue vi oe oot 2 "| : 260 otal
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ee ere ee ene ea) ; right beat goalkeeper Smith with The Colts front men tried to put
their first innings, and following 1ght Deal: sonlh Stee ernselv in the lead, but were 6999699995505 5%
En land‘s Second on 285 runs behind were 26 for : a hard shot to get the equalizer ; h stout resistance from the Sse aa PPC SOS SF eee
£ « oe ny ‘ during the second haif hour ; %
19 wickets by the close of-play i). For the Colts XI, Ivan Smith in | al eee. ae eae Arli High School 2
tToict TT their second innings ; port sage Mea Po lihpecel woes - | cleared and had the ball back mid- § ¢
Fest Peam The Post profitable Notting- i goal was oaay the ements 5 , , 7 rim ton | SCHOO “ GOD’S WAY OF
hameshire yartnership developed ¢ player, white tut back howen W 10 | The halve frortt men took ‘ CRUMPTON 8ST
England’s team for the second Retween left hander ‘Fred Stock ; tackled and cleared well also} (oo. this stage and from a’ hard TO RSET Sane ier Cone SALVATION
Test match beginning at Lord’slanq Peter Harvey, the right-arn . played a good game ; ; ef booter from Lewis, godts | Electrigity Po Mechanics &
on Saturday will be chosen from] slow bowler The Colts nd ~ | keeper Smith brought off a good Electricians;
the following 12 They put on 63 in 70 minute oD RVG Steyr, Ce aeons eo | ive , Electricity ge Magnitism io ”
N. Yardley (Yorkshire), E. J.l¢or the sixth wicket before both Collin scored but their forwards|“°Y" 4. of many attempts by “Matric; MADE PLAIN
Marich (Middlesex), 1 3ailey Pett at 198 missed no less than four oppor-| 1+ teams to inerease the scor- od er A CORBIN: ;
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eens : R 1 a ee Studie Displ \ er OS toon the game ended in a one all 1 College Diploma ir Free i from S Roberts,
mgnhamshire) j yegar Stubborn Display | i & Pitman's Advanced ‘ ‘
(Cambridge University), L. Hut : ante P . y splay Malvern kicked towards the goal The referee was Mr. L. F. Harris English. : 3G, Central Avenue, Bengor,
? ‘ . Stocks gave a stubborn displ: . ¢ | anett College Certificate f N. Ireland
ton (Yorkshire), T. G. Evans,] which lasted 2 hours 35 minutes, from the pavilion end but thé} while the linesmen were Messrs Merit In Physies & Mathematics :
(Kent), A. V. Bedser, (Surrey).| ind his 68 runs, which included Colts XI quickly had them on€} Carlton Harper and Ormona | 30.6. 40-2, &
W. Parkhouse (Glamorgan), W e re Petar . down when MeCollin cut in from | Grahan iv
E Holl Ww k hit i R ne six and 9 fours, saved his the rightwing to beat goalkeeper r r follov SS + 464. G% OL GSESSSSSS
Ms ole (Warwreksnire), ida fr » colle e ce gntwing to Ca 4 1c teams were as fo VS! eee ———— ee ee
Berry) Cc Washbrook (Lan- side trots complete ae ‘ ght Mills with a hard tow one which Colt Smith, Bowen, Gibbons,
Earlier there had been a brigh
eashire) - Pst a Eeiween Stock: ‘ana the went into the far corner of the} yarshall, F. Hutchinson, Gita —O———————[—[— —_—_—_—_—— —_ SS
C. Washbrook ‘and. W. Pack-| Notts captain, Willam Sime nets. MeCollin, Wood, Farah, Trotman,
bor have beén selected in the +. The pa vot ory 45 in 40 minutes The Malvern front line then] 7 Williams
of J» Laker and H. Dellery} for tne ATi Wickat, ‘Sime ‘hitting took the ball “a Rea sh Malvern: Mills, Akal, Drayton,
who played in the first Test fApeously even W ponen area anc arlton Hine Blackman Emanuel, Waldron,
= ——_—-—~ . a ’ which missed the cro: bar by | Lwn
He had made 25 before Jone ynel ;
shes. .
rT hit his middle stump. ib > Colt wn ior € ter
WV a Home” Unexpected last wicket resist- : ae coe re a 7 at 7: i
ance came from Butler and Rowe THE SKIPPER RELAXES—Norman Yardley just named Captair ee a 4d MoCo hy dont in. a HARD TIMES Spra those pests!
G Ts | B Butler made a lively 29, oe of England's team to oppose the W.I, in the second Test match, enjoy Saba ohn which “Mil had no - y (> :
oes oO e ° Sc toneat aie nerore ii 2 quiet smoke in comfort, and with a book. difficulty in saving. Wi 2
eh in st s - | Malvern in an att to open TH ACKACHE ‘ ‘
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New Fra For Racing skate Ut ecunch tes NotGne- PR \ I M | their account mag ya raid] fee dense shidghty tiiiey atten The vainy weather will soon
i ire batsmen the most trou- © E ¢ , ga on See oe . oe dana @vho+nit ‘
Te Te wee ne ire| ANMINS ANG | ashe lh (ictus: wc tow | Lae ts Nore get wien go aap Wiens Sie lt Ae aS
GEORGETOWN, June 14 pitied Ab Bnatacate tor Be wuts â„¢ ever, Cariton Hinds sent in a hard are troubled with backache, aad te lite: a: eaieet
5 En glis ‘Sughbre e- | USY : ; ' dies h Sinfth, gathered. hicely sheumatic pai stiff, * and make your life a sery.
he English thoroughbred race- The weather was on the dull mn e ‘ ma ki hich, =a muscles sad’ each h ‘Se
horse “WAY HOME” by. “FAIR| cide but the pitch, which hé 7 | and cleared. ; Ree eee = L hel ith - - -
ee t y AIRY pitch, which had been re » The Cole sabe che other hb common urinary disorders et us help you with
oe out of Ban per bane ge ) fully covered during the week-end, I ear err n rop y ect a aetaeen ey a —_ sluggish kidney action. rae 7
which was imported from England | was in perfect condition when No - b ete Seek
‘ m aaa anatase z : . pusy as py bore down on them Wh with
by Mr, Carl Lopes arrived in the] tinghamshire began their fir ’ ’ yusy as they b ow’ 1 y put up pain and dise
Colony yesterday on board the]innings after the West Indies had \ —IN 7 WO MONTHS ‘ea Donan ane the som run relief by akisg Desc ene
S.S. Arakaka, declared m ner ve ae = Ki s Backac \
7" = ee poke rs r ae : . : idney Pills. ‘They stimulate and
The arrival of “WAY HOME The Nottinghamshire opening pr & Nn INTING = ; reter: . ties. - 2 A
rc S. MANNING and L. J. Maskell, veteran com , . se raids t
oe i es aia ak RE, ERIE] ERIC, §. MANNING end L. 2 Maskell eetaren come Ei Duris Soe ian cate “et | See aa ee
men who believe it marks th] slow start against an accurate fast Sa ae OE ee eee ee eee eee Ft AKOi, cuch UIE TRUER LOGRed a cextmnty trot cas uric acid and other impurities h 91 & SI 20
dawn of a new era for racing in| attack and not until the fifth over econd trophy in two months as a result of their semi-final ie nai : ; ; which otherwise might collect ia Eac wre °
B.G., as the colt may take the} when Simpson turned Pierre to vietory over the kid combination of David Inniss and j°P&? ®°* Interval the system and cause distress,
lead in putting B.G, on the the leg boundary was a run scored. Johnny Grace in the Dunlop four-ball, best-ball competi- healt tin douekt ae tae al Doan’s Pills have helped many
Caribbean racing map along with At the end of the first hour only 4 . ; ce oe J : . Maivern sul ougn thousands; let them help you
Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad. | 24 runs had been scored. tion at the Rockley Golf and Country Club. equaliser but the interval was| 44),
Barbadoe, Jamaica and Trinidad, | {ine Md per elses ny Last, month Manning and —— |e tin score 0 in | 42%, DOANIN'S ie
e trained for the D.T.C.| a7 nai off Worrell at deep mid-| Maskell carried off the honors in held the advantage two-thirds ot | fayour of the Colts : Si Tins at the following prices:—24c, 36c. 44c, 47, 60c
Peinided and Be Pa 4 ar on. when nine, Harris opened out} the Harrison Cup foursomes and the way. One down going to the On resumption, Malvern were . mi : f ' f or :
MRATR aaa Bien avers 7 and took two boundaries. _The need only to beat Michael Timp- [ninth Manning ROK 3 putt om first on the offensive and their ai aR en Ste Ne abe ene Seah $1.01
. 99: a, the St. state of the game changed quickly} son) and Bernard Rolfe in the|off the green to square the match] front men carried the ball well
Lege sn. 1928 and “MIDDAY when Gomez dismissed the open- finals next Saturday to put over/at the turn, but’ the kids came] within their opponents’ area, but | ARE YOU LOOKING
SUN ? the | sire of “HOME ing pair in quick succession. The | the double sucec |right back and regained their|their centre forward _ Manners | is ‘FOR THESE ?
SECURITY won the Derby /total was 45 when Harris lifted Timpson and Rolfe moved inta|lead kicked on to goalkeeper Smith, the |
1037 | the ball to Pierre at deep mid-on|the final bracket as a result of| They held it through the 11th| ball rebounding into play. | at |
sieht he seca and only eight were added when | their deicat of James O'Neal and| hole, but then fell apart and the It was not long eee this sa
Simpson, after taking four on thé | J, O’'D. Egan, the inimitable Irish,;|more experienced pair, playing euniee a ¢ first ti t et nar | " * i
leg side, saw the next delivery] in o mutch that carried to the] steady golf, won five in a row to] grou roirom @ Hrs THEE SEU f j
vp) \ : Sar ae =a ‘entre
SOCCER ST. fly off the edge into the safe hands ] last pres With an early lead,.| close out the match, Farah, Play was still centre d in
ip fi the Malvern goal area as the Colts
of slip fieldsman Weekes, — going {bree up in. the first. three In the final meeting for the tna bes ir nian heats lead, ‘They 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
RETURN TO The West Indies were right on | oles, Pir, 4 Rolfe started]Dunlop Cup on Saturday Man- evenSintly tortad thety spporients
U.K. oe eine ee mae successes what looked like a stampede, but [ning and Rolfe will play off|t, concede a corner but without
soudar ought back Slthe fighting ivish fought back;seratech, each having a handicap | res
‘+ ara ni " . a tr ’ : mS , a result.
FROM SOUTH AMERICA for a shor: spell hesere }sigt, TaN and reduced the lead until they|of 8, whilé Maskell at 10 will Hard Grownder
» 4 sear, pwere within reach with two hole |receive two strokes and Timpson, salts fro mrn “were y
staft who put up @ simple catch to play. Goins to the seventeenth | who was rated at 15 when the Me vece ao o de ae
8 ; ae to square leg when playing a short th ; nl Si at | tank camnanits etn tah i Soames nicely ar c ere on Si il ll ala ‘
occer stars Roy Paul, of the ; rey were only one down, but|current competition. started, will] sewarded for their efforts when At SESE So TES
Swansea Town Club, and Jack one aes interval Nottinghamshire |the best they could get there was|have the benefit of five stroke*.|@arlton Hinds beat Smith with a ‘
Hedley, of the Everton Club ar-]|were badly placed having lost {a halt Losing the home hole| While these four arc fighting ~ me iene i “aw <¥,
rived here to-day from Bogota, | three for 62. they finished two down and fell} out the finals, the rest of the R B ’ Ri di p ipa KHAKI DRILLS TONI HOME PERM
Colombia where they had ar- Stocks, whose display had pye-|by the wayside | field ‘hag be playing in the ° » bs uid 0 rogramme om a,
ranged to play for the Million-] vented a total collapse spent a Chrilline Mateh | monthly Beer Mug competition ; sae edged aa Sa Washable and Durable. *
airos Club, Earlier they com-|iong time on 48 before pulling} ‘The victory of Manning | entries: for which will close 1t 6} anatysis, 719 \am. Symphony. of From 68c., 77¢., $1.02, $1.08 Complete Sets and Refills.
plained they had been given a| Worrell for six to complete 54 of | Maskell over the youngsters was, P-™ on Thursday aiinws. 7.46 ‘aim: epaeatiy. speak a yard Give yourself that natural look with
“raw deal” and asked to play for| 110 after batting two and a quar-}jy 4 wider margin, 4 and 2, but ng am., From the Editorials, | ; TONI—used by 25 million American
less the mer dae we -ornjeed | ter hours. He and Harvey put on]... } hina. tl AUSTRALIA WILL 1.10 a.m, Programme Parade, 8.15 a.1
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nothing but rushed off to their both left, a the same total of 108 ; at pom. News Analysis, 12.15 pom. The) Tl age. g6c., and $1.02 per yd. )) Select yours now from - - - f .
homes yhere ¢ ; relatives Stocks’ stubborn display lasted ° mn { MELBOURNE, June 19 Piano for Pleasure, 12.30 Listeners | s .
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The “seduction” of some of Bri- ern ms cmH ma aoe hing 3. T ou : Association tonight unanimously} Band, 2 p.m.) The Ne 210 } a TUSSORES THE COSMOPOLITAN
tain’s top soccer stars by fat pay], Tate Gata BF oes 2 + Tate e he o-morrow decided to oppose the re-admission | Home news from Britai pm Day Phones 2041—4441 Night 81—41
packets in South America is one toerinied Butler for 29 the nina TRAE Hbbetdeha have’ Bao of Japan to the International} gye"* - pated Geeehaeee | Sao mn 99e. and $1.24 a yard. anon pn
of the big topics in British sport- pe oe i oab eg el ee nes éa aie feos t ~ 5 Aaa 4 Lawn Tennis federation. | Phe Aldeburgh Festiva yp In ee eS
ing circles. In England the stars| googly bowler had the best _returr | Haynes Co. Ltd, to sail to En The question of Germany’s| ‘elude, 4 pm. The ‘Nev ea D0! CGREES
are paid £12 a week during the with “five for 54 Following on land by the Gollite” Ww ich is a reer was left to the dis- ral ENE. Se ‘ 4 Péter C Sorte By
playing Sonata and ees waeine 286 behind, Notts made 26, with-|here at 11 am. on Wednesi a Maar ake ie delaghtes Thay tn) Seca ees a "9e. and 85e. a yard
the summer. In South America], Ss their se ock t S ained are & ? meeting of the ally Spea i Rende « iit
they are offered £2,000 & year and out Joss in their second knock ,by 5 Denne Cae ive th a ven I Federation, pe § p.m. Concerto, 7 p.1 Also Scores of Woollen Enjoy the delicious
more i ns preter tS . | ews, 7.40 News Anal Lines.
: eae The Scores: — team who will be ( mn Wh e i 7.30 p.m, ¢ +t report on W.I sae
Reuter, i NOBTING BA cg ey ‘ mate the West Indies in the Ant I able I ennis eS habe, a ue : iS p.m. Pianoforte 8 products of the orig
Simpson 2 Weekes b Gomez Bisley Shooting Competitio fer ae : [Agnes vnraled, tees sion with Mar 2
Wintew ¢ Goddard b Willian The “Golfito” wil rarte first round in the Open} Radio Newsrecl, 8.15 p.m "On the niob, | | inal Patentees of
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° fardstaff ¢ Goddard b Jones England shortly ter its arriv : ade 5 30 p.m. Colin Horsley, 9 p.r 4
Count Cricket Sine b Jones ang li players starts to-night at the] the Commonwealth, 9.30 p+ Jelly Powders since
Ly Stoek c es. » Wiiltarie Y.M.C.A. at 6.30 o'clock Over 50 aw s Bara, 10.00 ps1 The t Pr. Wm Hny. & Swan Sts y
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Results Pian creiatieke i atotiinn yer The W eather will be on two eles ni ae Brit eo eon t “¥ "Ne ge 1822
Butler b Williams i :
LONDON, June 19 Rowe not out POO OSE % mie
ae Bae ann Wess C rei 1 enh * POPPE PAA CPPS EPPS SPSS OOO OOOO 90 6 00 ooo op at o%ete LP LLESESOOTS™, ° |
Kent by an innings and 73 runs Total for & Wit . XIE!
Lancashire 271; Washbrook 72, 7 : wr tr Sun Rises: 5.40 a.m., % YOU CAN DEPEND * | e
Wright 6 for 89. 4 Fall = WinEO Ts y re : af ey Sun Sets: 6.22 p.m 3s %
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At Dudley, Warwickshire beat panic Ms 7 R. ing: 7.00 p.m. Ix %

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l-u.i six HMtBADOS \DVOCAIE Tl RSDAY. JVNE 2. 15 HENRY BY CARL ANOERSON DELICATE as a moonbeam // %  <• art? . I.afnt Arriral n ........ l\** inuoti BOTH!. HILNZ VWLOAa .. COOL BEAUTIFUL FERGUSON FABRICS" FOR WEAR AT NIGHT. STOCKED BY LEADING STORES. STUART & SAMPSON LTD. H*a^j!titor B* Bum qufffy FOODS lh M M 1,1 111 I II..is l.iulr Chip Martnaladv I f Tim I .I-.I,. Hi. II.. I il..Is V .. Swill's 1'i.ikh Ham Loaf Vi-al Devilled Hums Bots. M.i<...... hi. \ Tomato Ketchup INCB & Co.. ltd ; MM i?i '.-.'.%  *.--*,',^.^,*,-,*,-, K. o. < \\.\o\ WITH WHISPER IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE / OOr" Oit(. 1 / WOULD UKl TO I SAV %  ., I I HF VOUW 01*1 A 'AlfNO HAS \ SMJTTf O. jj [MAT flHM^A "B,'" BRI . UP FATHER RY GEORGE MC.MANUS tttH. rv^PVTMsP** -" i> TEN 'tf U—KS AMO TWST, aurrc9CXXJ Al?F&UCE WE HAVEN'T FCCOCJTTCN AWVTHfcJG* ABE WXJ Ff DO >OU MAVE A -. •.. r ;J •' %  %  r ^ ^r* WANTED — by every motorist, a tyre that will wear A aII mill evenly .. grip the road at all times ... stand up to all conditions ... resist skiddin^! mi wet surfaces .. provide safe driving ;it high speeds., maintain its tread pattern '<> the and of its life . always run silently . have a distinctive appearance that "ill harmonise with the modern car. FOUND mECKSTEIN BROS. Bay Street Win. FOGARTY LTD. (Inc. in British Guiana) Phone 15*2 :-: Electrical Dip! HOW IS YOVR RADIO BEHAVING 9 Is it noisy, losing Volume. Poor Reception, Crackling noises or out of order ? Send it to our Service Department, let us give it a Complete Overhaul. Be in time for the next Cricket Test Match Broadcast Our charges are reasonable, our Service U PROMPT We repair anything Electrical aaa———an iimini The World's BIGGEST SMAI.I.-ruibuy! British tmlll by William Morris. Lord XuffUld. All tht Important tnglnteilng advances of 1950cart! British Bulldog Morris Engine. ,\'tw Mono-construction Stating /or four utthin whttl-base. 3S-40 mitts per gallon. EASIER W park . EASIER to steer through traffic ... EASIER to garage EASIER to pay for and cart for. All Oust features In the rave-able, save-able Morris. Minor Convertible or Sedan FORT ROYAL f All AGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole DUfributori Phone 4504 YES SIR! P „... „„. jgjBfo of Useful Hems ^ftfaj^^ INCLUDING 4!QJ\\', Rubber CM Mat. 'I'ni'iii Horn* Sockets Seta Auto .larks flaekaain Miracle Adhoslvo. Mechanics' Tool Kit. In Boxes Batlery Hydrometer* Cell Testers Polaiold Sno Visors Open End HfiDMri. Calipers Feeler Games Screw Driver* PUrr* Twist Drill* |>n Auto Suppressor* Acid tore Solder Gas Tank Locks. Chamois Leather* Vellow Pollshta* Cloths Red and Green Reflectors. ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY S TREET



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TUESDAY, .11 M -ii. UK BARBADOS ADVOCATE / %  U.I sl.M \ CLASSIFIED ADS. Plill .< VII HTH [ OFFICIAL NOTICE W\MIM DIED 4I1K BEXCI Y< %  Cl'iinilonl Village Her Inner*] uili thence I attend Hn I i %  Mem I "OH RE.VT ijpuffi APARTMENT-One fumiahed laui ieM ai coral Sand*, on Baa. with SiUr. -nd Ilnan tf requirad For further par %  %  II l>l*l VIM ALMA LASHLEY 31 1 M mother and grandmother IHN-CTAIS BREWHTER who dn>.,n im. in. Junr inh ISM. A loving mother a faithful grand on hrr we alwov. could depend Ever*, hour In mnt *weel dot Her beauiaful memory romi i Th.il which In loot on* year today Imir and li.rn d r>oreen Molly. Mllli.na grandchildren i .three ittuiidi' Hill SALE Tn.iMi.i Ik MM 1 Car lM r< Dear* Oarage. H.umg., ChriM li : II rM, I* i. Bon is Un CAR On* "H; -. ii r Au* Mfc JO BIWO -VISTA -Two .ml .bed. drawing, cl I.XIIHUIK. all moderi .-.id attached Apply .lindh T*o Mll> Hill Ml H \STIII Til UM c. \nsc.r TISMI. Wri KU k ,.a, 11 • N> Jn BUNGALOW Mtrarttv* M norland. '. on St Jimn Appleby. comfortabl. tuttnhcd with rvtiv convenience i, %  ir Three bedroom* ami OtH ddMUftll *e* view from lounge "null famil* from abroa 1 i*mg up rcudcncc in the Colony Ml **• 4&--T,, I OK Ri.NT OR LtASt rNMJIGB ll ( in, M approved leruint. avail* Dial mi. Ii.. n Cheotm, NOTICF loan of Cl. %  mamm Veetrv Clerk. ft .. : -. %  \-\u.MITI'AL nrscriT MKICTI 'inatit Him lhai a Special C .-natal Meeting ol the .-*> % %  will be held at th. Rrai.lered OM •a. Swan Street nndfilu-r,. jt JO p in on Monde. Stir June. 1M (or Ihe purpoae ol ih BeconHderalKm of Rule m m it lan • HUL nl icrliiii ai(|inn> Irian the IB %  • TModern arn.ff.imi.Md flat I % %  •!., al Blue Water*' Terrace For patlMIMn to inspect pie aw phone OT II • .--4n. .;iFsnisr %  Fully f\ matted Available •hSj| Id CAMUtOTOM ft SEALY SOS 50—In rt li.idci F.itdtKl. Apply tc %  ... k %  nn "Ireet \0. MELROSE VILLA Col*) upatalra. Bedroom. Toilet and Hath i>.wntair* Drawing m.d Dining Room. nreakfa.1 Boom. Ktlrhen. Open Veran%  Mat, Cloaed OalLrry. Oarate for 1 Vr.tr. rarrvant Kooma ele Modem Convfnlrnr Dial BOO •]< 10 II I' In aood ron Ai.pl> A si ..., I srAI-r-BTCWl". nr-ir W Aiwuif D I % %  . %  ... i'.. %  .md Ball) downat-n M 8 yy-t I i FURNITURE i .; I'l'RMTt'RB-Sevi I n tboa fda. KI u-h enTali; r banjaln prkcea. In Ralph A Be, Auction Room-. H.nlw.Knl Allc. i oaily Sam lo 1* noon living 12 p. da. im naniaaon t M3 MECHAN ICAL RirVCI-FS one OenU Ralauh and. One Phillip* aen'a Si-^rti both l •Ood condition and complete wllh 3 Kpenl. I.iahi. and acrenaoriea Inquire A Burrowaa. Balh Village Ch Cri or C Uedford. CMir>av Carin r" M m Pan | TVlTVfPIT"' Applv m I. M Clarke No IJ Ja tea St jVhone ITaT M .. M b MISCELLANEOUS RFDROOM SLTPPFBB rt.iidi.-i In an Nnw Bojal. Wlliv. TO 1JTT—Fully rUmiahed i-oni flat Kent Home Aug>i 3bi NOTICE BARBADOS LS THE ASSISTANT COURT OF ArPT^I EX nKRMBNJ l-tMII'ENSATION ACT IM.t Notice la hereby given that PrederMh H-ca of Road View. SI PgUI I". afea.f. RAO Chaltenor a Captain ol Barge. (HI into the aea whilMttrEal migar aboard a barge and dla>' penaatlo.i haa been paid Into Court All (he Dependant! pj the abote 'i med dei-eared ale lin-l" on Wedneaday "> %  lh "Jay of July 1PM* -I '0 ocloi-k a m Dated thl IMh day of June ItW i:n KI.H 3n Ag CUike. IM III II VAIKS AUCTION I iil oiler for aale bv Public CompatlUOn at in* office. Victoria Street or FRIDAY art), iltpm The proper.* railed KEN\.ORTH Pinfold Street, Mandmg on III* equate feet of land l(u-e con'ain. rked ga!l>r>. drawing, dining. 1 bedroom*. W C Balh. electric llghl, encloead yard, good living locality, renta lor S31 00 per month For inapecUon apply lo Ihe tenant any uay eacepl SIUIO.K > between 2 and 4 pm %  l-ioiia of aale applv u> Hi. 1MT. R Archer Mc Kcmie. Airrtloi>eer NOTICE I1AHHA1VOS IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL RE WORKMEN' S COMPENSATION ACT IM1 Nonce H hereby given that Herbert Weekea a minor, of Jordan Tenant.^ %  l Oeorge. employed at BUilktlay Planf.llam ai a labouier. war InjuTnl when i IriKk laden wrtl. canen drove o\ei hla cheat and died a* a result <.f the II lurlea •urtained and traat Compen-tion haa been paid into Court All Guardian* and pnun eanrernel with Ihe .bove-n.rn.d dnritel nn hereby required lo appear at the .tealBlenl Court of Appeal on Wednei%  Ay, (he llth day of J..lv IftW. at |1 Dated i i I lib day ol Jui UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER By i Company. I will aell on FTI CAdf, June ISrd at 1 30 p m a. Ut t*i.urtei.y Garage, ill 1M7 IP h p. Prcfec ford, ill IBSS IS h p Auatin But uaiiHged Tenua fgajl VINV'IMT GUtTflTIi CAR ANTl TRITK TYRES iu.ii.jwiin"ii .11 al borgain prlcen CouMee. Dial ll = Uheal I-rgr A Sm. A-ike.. rDial We 3^ Boebui TtTEmi.ER for your •II kind. tneliMilng R' eml-ttem-naei* needlae f< l.urrtirtlmi. nl the lnn i nans I will aell at the COCRTE81 iARAUF. WHtTEPARK. on FH1D* I MDIIHIS B SEDAN CAR damaged :.t> TFHMS CASH R AHOIFIt M.K*S/ir. NTW PI.ATTERS— Dinah Shore. f_ !" nk Sinatra. Blng and all the and e> but oute" A. BARNES A CO UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ON WEJVKESDAY JIM >'< %  U U Rev A T Coldman we will Mil R 11 nil w nppciinlmenl* at "Rawle II. .% %  Codnngton College which Includea Round Tip-Top Dining Table. Upright Chain.. JVdei| Sideboard. *IIU>K Orn.inie.it" and M T Table*. Dnubl* End Settee: Willing Table. Bookihelv.* Wratnol. Floor Lamp. Drop Leaf Work Table ion pedemtali. Folding C.rTable. Morn.. High bark. Aim and lal Chain upboUlered arHI Spring*, and all In niahogam i de board upright add Morru chair*. Rocker. Tea Trolley T.Mr, all in Pine. Ta-lr M..ht>g B.d.leada. Vono Spring.. Dre— ind Tiibl*. Cheal o Draweia. Bedi r.hi.ivr.. ( Sleep Mai lerd. Triple antique Poldin Long Wall Mirror. Cneval glaaa ,"ie. Frlgldalre In perKct i->i %  lag T.^ater lion Hoi Plale lin-.r Table. Larder. I Burner Oil Ki'chen utenilt* It I 0 J-. SAINT VINCFNT VTafaBO.* Ml aKRVICE Nm> makepoaaible ideal holiday a Under one matiagrmetit RATHO MILL TOWER HOTEL Bl Vincent and SUNNY CARIJIREE on-uer-aaa Bequia Uland offer* all thai can be daalred Baaull lui -.eiieo. eaa-bailhlng. Bablng. caret Mil culilne* and ban HATEK M u I W I per day Far further deUili U CM Hn F.RROL C Boa Salnl ROOKS. NOTICE APPLICATIONS are Invited Mr lh. a) of Join! Baeiwury to the liiio*lS — Sugar Produ c tion and Eaiporl Control Board. Fancy Molaaaea Control and Maiketin. Board Sugar Indurtry Capital %  lagaV Induatry Prici nuti The tern .-b.IthfT aldi Application* elating age. educellon. qua It Heat I on* and experience, nigellii With COPIEB of taatlmimlala ahould • addre*aed to Ihe Dlrertor ol Agrlcu lure. Queen. Park, and will be acceptSaturda> %  H i cat I H 4n UFAiUl LN put %  !*lh day n-h ol Cbri Ctnareb • of an Ovder in bove ac'ion made v April IIAO. 1 -... .v, ail pvraoni having any ii.terea* In or any lie* r*e altecting All than i lurrel of land 'formerly Bar area of land roiilainiiag by d %  aaranaaut On* aare, iwe r*od< Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth Stopped in24Hour* i. J %  .t. ,i a/ft, ln< and bounding a R.-brr*a at. land* | and. of Samuel Mllbert Monlatan and as 'he Public Road know* a. CaaJlll I P.-d or however eLae the aarra* may abut ; and bound T bnng before me an account of their -. d claim, with their wtlneaaea dcu "tent* and voucher*, lo be e-amlned bv "ie on nn. TUevdav or Friday between IM hour* of U i noon i and 3 o'clock In | IM .ill— !" al Ihe Office of Ihe 1 t Ink of the Aiamnl Curl i>f Appe-.l it Ihe Court Ili-uae Brhlgr-. i"e lUt day of June IfffcO ,„ H der thaauah claim, mav be r..A.M the nature and peiontv iherc-f i> lv prarhaded from Uw b*f .. d raarree. and M deprived of all ctilm on or agatnat the aid propectv I i'L.lriLiita are alao notlffed lhaf lhe> r..i.i attend IM aaJd Court on We.1 %  !>•-!.* IM 11*1 dav of June IMfl al 10 I oclor* a n whan then aeid claim* viii be nankeal (iivr-i under my hand thl. Igth dav .-< Apill IBOti 1. V OtlJCBB Ag Clerk of Ihe Aaeletanl Court ol Appeal BOARDERS r~>l comfortable %  nd Pun Board available lo Viutori Trinidad Near Queen-* park Sava i •h Write Mr* Stone. SO Ihmdonald %  ttfjl. Port-of-Spain -w II., TRUNK Very Urge travelling in„ii\r \OIIr month. riom.vtti.ii I.. Nan Cornnii'M. trtt. ,\ W .'nn,; rVllovnaaa at U 00 pa Uniform nlfortn !• prm it T Mirnn.iN. S^WTXPPING NOTICES Sin.. rtf i %  MAIN .,.%  >-.. l|.l.lllM.ul'. el the world thai ..... .-l.ali.i. ... hal (our oul or .ver. n.e ii>ia are aufrarari aooner or later H. xarned in tinva rut .tup ihr.edi*ea*ea hefar* It U I.-, lair. l.ecaua* thay oft.a .au-e not only the k**a .1 l..th. bot *l*o chronl. llioiimm ana naarl trouble OFFICIAL SALE iFenllaele Jar(.dlcll.a) DOBOTHY CLOTILDA toUISF. MORRISON BEATRICE n/llAF. WHSON Ilrl.adaal: NOTICE I. herebv |lvni lhal l>. vl.ic of an Ordar of an AaUa-anl Coaw: • I Appeal d.W the lath day of April :J*0 Ihere will b* art up lor xlr lo • bidder at trie Offloe of the Clerk ,4 thaAaaetatit Court ol Appeal nl the Cii'iri MfMap, lu-idgetown. be laeen the hour* of 11 inoon. and 7 o'clock In IM alleit-oo., on pridav UK 13rd day of June ISM All 'It-t .ertaln piece or parcel of land .(i.n.Kiiiy port of a large* area of land ,In acuivaa.iirr.urni One ere. IWP rpa d* twentv one perches ir,,,. BbplUa -hich lormed part ol Ihe land' o( Mount Clapham PUnintiom aftilotr tM ivertah ol Chrlel Crnirrh and hdnnl aforraaftl containing b< dme*>uremei %  therejaboula abufllng and' bomaling DI tnnd* of F 1. J Roberta on .n.iIhe r-.tale of SnloKHkii Be.t . .I on land* of Samuel Mllbert Morrl. and on Ihe Public Road known a. .,. It....: ... huurYe* .-I %  ..% %  abut and bound And X -ill Ihe *nld leopcrty will M art up for %  ..lo .*> everv nafceedang Friday beAu.-rn 'lie eame hi-ui unUI the eamr l> •." for n wtm not lea* than rill t T Ii-r.-l thl* IBth dav of April 1SA0 L V ..li Kl. Ai Clerk of the Amlitanl Court ol 30 • M-ln LIQU0* LICENSE NOTICE The ..pi.ln.ii..,. of laARHFI JSJJUOS I "if -' Mi.hael I,per olSawia* niraiW. u. v •ivoden building -i Bait en li %  "-.... Michael rMted thl. loin d.v of Ju.ir Sgd HINFST BOVI 1 l..i A r S G i WALWVN. Ear. \. i' . \. %  lli.lrlct A" N M Thl. appllcatMin Will be conalcl red al a l.lcemiug Court to be held a v -l %  . he iwh dayof June. IBM at II o'clock • .**" lb* 4.. I.MI.I ffgal.lh.ae ih. trouble ate*. I-IOUOR The ..,.[.... NOTICF Sealy hokl< rry Ol an Amerteaa aad ie* right lo Ihe rca.l HM rreea *.w.din —. otii. kl. lakea ihe > n !' %  • ie.il. Ih. lollilng l.tl.r from Mr W I in. i.ault* that -• %  u.era ,.i | .uir.ted from Tr.a.h Moulb and and Meadl n g %  I bad h..i four te.tl.. : .n ih. tiro* I tried many thlnp* anj Hi.., hea.d ..f Ihla n.vli •-..la !l Ml... all.. un A-...^. I l.lr.dl-g The atirenaaa In nn .....li diaarpear.il in three Java ail I* I... ...h. ir.. u iullhaf m> looaeie.il. %  •.. u. h lighter and thai I could MI lb* bar.1 .i i %  i Ouhranldrsl *-~f* ...ih.ao laal ami %  .-.rtaln lhal .1 i> giMiante.d lo •lop %  i URJ um i in m A M / i IM on or nntprE w. My ISth Matt.. • I 1—1 S.dney June !h. |lrlaba.u> June • at Trinidad about July Hat poarr WaUjMor Brtabane eailv Aitao-t mid July N Queen.lu, I I Auguat aiiivlng Ttinid*! ample .p. bnasi i ..-.,.. •pted on ihrough I •Wbtd l.la.vd. FURMEMM. WITHY AIM Agmu. Trinid-il DA COMTA ICO il Agent*. U.ilkMt.-I and Aruba. Dale o< nollAe.1 A-...( %  • um cMd a Ual INS nothPASSAGES TO IRELAND Antiiir, FVodueti Ltd Ro Dublin p.-r M V. "IIUALA 1 20th June, fliui id. rt-.ifti'i .il. SIIIKUf.in'. £ 70, usual i Apply ilimt I . La| ffoin Hiwiiu about it .v. ttliirty-thiiHdays. .'-inoian • or I'vuiilui — Trench eg oulb in Armiiitha Itaywind In rsgpM i '. vi/ a board arid gal. an ">P attached I.. re-i.l.me .. Hill m Michael tor permi..|... ~r L WAI.WVN. Eaq Ag PolKe Maglairnle. Dl.trict A ^ H Thl. appucatlon will d ai a Urenaing Court to %  Dun i, i -f, „ r Mir. day ol June. I0U at OFFICIAL NOTICE mr ASIHTANT AFFBAI. lErjulUble Jurtadlctlonl ANN AIXXYNE Plaintiff VYHAItTON Oefetirianl Hilei •" ml. if April 1>M>. rrwm* hairing any eatair I all thai cwrtaut piece .lay 1ST OF made can the give nolle. the Liil.h of Chrlat uland. containing by i.na mod or tin I aabii h-mndliu. on landa • HM l-ubilr Rood car howev %  %  ..abut BJgkJ |1.... 1 NOTICE NZA DAVID %  HO MiS-.IR ept any nv %  Hell eat", Road Any pen. rent In adv ol renting Pile ailmea.it renirnt it. abutllng ami I B> Harewood iwo ilde. u,d nn bring BMiist wllh their witnee— documenl. gnd vouthem. lo bo raanilned by me on any rueaday. CAT PYMny between Ihe -,nur. of 13 inooni and 3 o'clock In ihe afternoon, at Ihe OffU-e of ire Clerk ot the Andataant Court of Appeal t •' (curt Houao, BrldgrAown. before IIZHih day of June 1*50. In otdfg %  'rh claim* may be ranked to lha nature and petori locpcoUvely: other wl-e LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE i a IJcenamg c mm to be hel June. 10 al II i r Court. Did "C" P..lice V. 1 (NINA < \m\us Sllll BOAKDS Arc So Winning I 1 S1V1.IS1I IHINA .AJIIN;I or DeaJ Tin... on. M.I..W.... .. i,in. Chii i "in IIIIKJ ,; %  -., I DMtnttMd Cl MM I.-L.V .. %  ,i i.. i,. ... Mahoenuiv or other WU-KI. HS I as get a S~l-l-.a..l MjM SIM up L S WILSON W McOCU StaamAhip Co. I .AMI >IS, N.O. it* May I J„.LM MSK "IVM'I N.T. IBIh Stay nil. June SOI ISSOl'MD km) .f ahi M. ..A PURITAN s -. AU-OA ISH.AMl• %  "ALCOA 11HJIIIM MIRfBBOIINB SS "ALCOA PENNANT S ALCOA ITRITAN A STEAMER Tiieoe vrwi, h*.. in Ma. Mil. June -n, Arrive. Mark.a.. June lltt. I,Ji Mil, • %  July ith r<> 'lied paaaM June llth June lirth June Und. June Mill July lh t %  < I awi... Rivar Klrgg |.pl. DA COMTA CO, -TO-CM ->(l> HOBIHf tllOM LTD. Alear York and Hull I AOALN — ItEITVBB A -a.-... HTUDKNT OH A WA1TUI I Ala. AttTbtTN HIIUSHI-S L.r u-e tlh II,. An Oil wttaaOUi (iiltnii not ,1 I ul. in. ill! USF. 1-1 MM HW •fOn [NCSIABED uii.iNKss I I.M'IIAI IOIMHI, l.lll. Hervlrr SUIion IrjlglgsF H, BRITISH GUIANA AIRWAYS WI'.I.KI.i M ll\ II I.S ST. VINCENT AND DOM INIC A FOR FULL INFORMATION CONTACT AGENTS BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS Low., B'od SI Bfidgriow OBNUINK I.IAIIUIl L0OSI II VI son sou: BOOK*, mill >. w \ LETT** >I/I K.:.ll.l.s A IMII.X i Rao ROBERTS & CO. DIAL 3 3 01 NOTICE I on BALE (iNK .It und POKDtOM PK'K UP (Arm> Typt-l i .in I-..ii ,.i Spring OardsHI Hulk lnM.illnli..ii. ilhick ROCat OaB-V in wrtUnf are to br B iiUiniltrl t. Mr. C I Sku.Mi. Munuun. IC 4 .B0 4a. CROWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT BY HKISKIS4. THE NEW CROWN I.I SCI K AEE



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ii i.sim u \i : %  I'I-.H I: v lii: \ i .11ADVOCATE PACK FIVE Sweep Prize Rises To 828,424 -SO FAR Dean llutchinson Resigns From Vestry ro rm. I e Bjit>jii,> Mutina. WHEN the Vestry of St Michael met yesterday, tribute i '• % %  Jin PKI *.i > . was paid by members to Dean Hutchmson. Rector of the sweeu parish and Chairman of the Vestry, for the mannei in wtateh he has carried Mil )u> during lu.s five y.-.n-. In ihis office Dean Ilulchinsnn gOM Into retirement n* \: f*k Mi llryden told Uean Hulchinson 1 *i*h to say that during the lask al MOM time* It is QUIK Mi -Summer Meeting ami $j.' IM "-•" >' ou h v been Chairman impossible to i and M that oc-asioit up lo Ve'rim of ,h '' VM >. *• H\C H had and I (eel that t tone* I haw *,<-, w. ti ,,.,,, f.i IM present *** **••*••* eonManet In tha manmade rulings which have noi mat * selliMfl "* r "' %  %  1| h.o, diM-haigrd with the approval of ,.%  UMf Mr] iioulil.-a.Mii.' mid onerous her Thei something, how-i. duties of the oitiiv To i*Chairnvar, grind) •• Cnalrman han tc.| PaUEtBKi tha r the t Sweep % %  '.*. nut NfcB % %  ihead aail man* r i. iii wmid Pir-1 Pri.-i,,t ,...; • :,.,., ,i,i. Iii Tin4 our I of i ommoii IMt-.is: Brother And Sisters Squabble: Who Owns $500 House? A Syt'AIlllI.F .• %  ..... i -tcr To the Court: Arnold lb Iw > on one side and a brother gad years younger than I am. Conanother sister on the other. OVOI ataBW U Iha Ukfft Gblld That Is W.e question of who owns u $500 what I heard my father say. I chattel house at Durant's Land, do not know how old Iht) an inveunj tn.v | Id out In .in interview with the Adv.. ycutn faj Hi Q i %  %  i %  : the i, T C %  u tins yaaiN At i %  %  .. %  IS i .. S A %  %  %  -' -•> >"' ih.,,i .ou have been fo. th, ,... %  %  •" rhtle anaU ainouMi cw vcars c *^ fh. , -.,. ..corded in the other parWe ver> much regnt that vou ishes From Saturday and up to m „ living u but we hope th..t lOCf yesterday mornng you u 11 be spared many years to only one inch and nine part* were enjoy a well earned retin I woultl now move that the of tins. K paii s |,.(i ,„ st Vestry place on record their apII UMM ratUtllg were pnciation of Ihe impartial manHill in iiui || parti si now tn which row turn preeided over their meellngs Mr E 1) Mottli seconded the IIIH!IOII The Dean replied .ITI >.i, Kvateful to lhi members of Iht 1 your kinii kindness and thi'u Christ Church, reached the Court of Common Pleas yesterday Hearing of the case continued a) day and will be resumed a 1030 a.m. to-day. Partle* in the MI it are. Viola (. % %  .....%  i-i .. %  ii'i and Constance GNeaifcflfa and Arnold (irernldge idefendanla). Viola Ureenldge claims she is thr owner of Ihr ho us*thai ( onKtanee an i Arnold are occupying. She mithem to return the -.< %  or pi> iivalue. ih.iwes \I IJUII-I,. of Mt. Hill. St George, said he was Government Auctioneer of Dlst "B" He produced the Government Auctioneers cash book which I. | to be audited. It is kept by ihe auctljneer himself That was a man named Mr. J II Thorpe It Is audited bv the Auditor General the The defendants that the hou>.e is Viola U'llVIIlK and that 45 er. 193fi and wWl to Uvi 11 I • I % %  Around According to the entry in thai house. He raialud Doul w,,h M " A M NaarBal, Man4i and 46 book the house was levied on by himself and hi m a er . f %  *wiis* Ixwn Ban. MUTi beat Mr R. II BWard In the suit that date ba of R. H. B. Ward vs. A Greei-i„ 194J Sylvia idge. The sale was on January not uvuig Iheri IB. 1927. Mr. Ward bought it In Lodge Ro^d wlm Brtwlck. back. Viola had RtOCk and rUrnitUI Philip i-' parti, s: Thomas BI 1 %  %  • ten parts. St Jam,-i p,itT1 St John :4 gin The heat wave In the Cn> DM %  riotern] tratun l evcnli was i Pahraohall 11. tin%  hade, 'jpin. Mimii.i: (INIMA ..ill 1 glVC a Show .11 Che. kflf Hall Plantation yai I io-nighi tor -it of raaklanti of the %  1 Hall -lie,! ol St Lucy F ROM ABOI'T SIX OTLOCK natarda) of the country lltttietl nun of this Vestrv |g not an easv cp ,l hi true that 1 na matter. There have Iteen o-ca'tempted lo the baM of mj rlons I daresay when .out patience lo no d lhc •*•! %  has beei-. tatrabj Irtad but I mal %  • %  lh *' thr Ajjwdi ure that evet'yhody has alwavs *houl too many niteu uptionv been abseluteh satisiied with or deviations rout ruling leitmniv m cuuld aUo w-m lo lhi,nk mambtn %  -.. an frien.llin.-. vvli. hmi not aona Uv .. %  . H ccrned would -peak In me gftai • wards Jiid explain that whalivei bad hapuanad noUdsuj m lo IMpersonal I f-el I can nu thai w.hava all goi on warj MU ti.C'thel The Time h CaaattaM H C I' I >ou and Vestry for %  %  I know the laSkl U SOinUU] .m. I think || ..ill be a .< 1 when thr Ractof < %  < tha paruu will no lonnr be Chaii man 1 %  ) I lp] I tin M iud iiiiicuh Report iii be inwlamrnti due eourac and the Vaatr> changi 1 ~ '^ — %  %  nit,. .1 CoT|n.ilion 1 IM>II< the \oti> v, ii i'..t.i' 1 %  1 ii-.n .> %  A IIURSK Hll.L Tl-.AM deleatUi,. inaU.i ...is dlaeufttcd, thai BO '.cam from BwfcnV |WI h.ive ,dl gfTOad Ul Village by 10 runs in a cricket, to happen. I think so a well raatdenta mdUai played at Maple HTUUUU-S. that the church rhould Id be St Joaeph OH Sunday from this particular pan gathering at the Agricultural The Burke Village's scores were seculai work. I thank vou ull Depar tm ent awaiting an interview 30 and S3 while Horse Hill made much Eric Warner ol MontP tha house In linn Wola. At i A Bailey was Horse bowler capturing 11 bo is distributing the Laboui wickets tor 2t runWhitfteld Welfare Fund. Five houri later besl uored 38 in the Horse Hill about 350 left and wt-ut atone aaeon d innings. after being interviewed. On die day before, a St. John Approximately 2.500 application team defeated the HOTM HID XI tiff Alternatively they claim that they are joint owners of the house, and finally the defence is thai even if the house is Viola's, her cause of action was bad under the Statute of Limitati< Viol.1 sold out tOtM 01 the gux and carried OHM down l Then Viola and En.i On* I ldge moved out nil the furnltuit Arnold and she continued to live in the how %  u moved lam yaw on Ma) 21 it %  > CELEBRATED "K" BRAND It V RSCUVKD A NIW SHIPMENT INCLUDING is I-IIIMI: CUT WILLOW lAl.l IIIKOWNI \\l) HllX CALK (BLACK) EACH yu-Ai.iTY IN 4 DUTKRENT LASTS AND FITTINGS WITH AND WITHOIT RUBBER HEELS K" MIOI S ARE MADE IN ENGLAND FKO.M THE FINEST MATERIALS PROCURABLE AND Vt HAVE A SHAPE AND A FITT1NG TOR ALL NORMAL FEET. BI'V K' AND BE SUBS Of FOOl COMFORT ..Nil SATISFACTION. HARRISONS •ROAD sr. LOCAL AGfNlS Two m< 1 VolVad ("III lt Ward, the land rant wai put Viola's name Tha moBSJ from the U.S.A earna In .< letter addressed to Vloln. Arnold was not ary" at the bouea then He uaad to go and come I MVtl ^'iiked al I Mi Clarke In m.k Hock (Receipt produced). From that time until the present time she bad boon paying rent fur IhC %  pot on ..huh tha houao stood. Her lather had left and wa living in M.ixwcll Road, She. he BUTttt 1 looaianea and a niec lived in the house until Oetnbc to me in.1 did I set .1 letter b. I am always at Viola's house Sometimes Viola used to sleep there alter she was living E&twick Alter the misunderpost In 1945 Arnold Greenidge came Ending between Viola and th? 'i" ut k,,ow 10 her one day at the shop where oln er two — I think in 1948 — the receipt ami written she worked in Lodge Road, and Viola moved her furniture lo made any inqulrlei I BOlted her if she had received a Estwlck's sister's home. part owner ui Ihe house. message from him. He asked her On the day that Viola agree.'! Re-esLamlned: to let him stay at the house unto allow Arnold to stay there. 1 came tn til he obtained another place of was present during the en. residence because he and his lion. During that time Sylvi.i %  rife had separated. She had Greenidge passed and went agreed and he lived there from through the gate. I do not know that time. whether she hird the 1 KM One night in October 1948. she Hon. had g misunderstanding with Immediately alter we retar Coo lanea, and Arnold gave her from Mr. R. IL B C ARPENTERS. MASONS well as olhei skilled and unskilled workmen could be >een Iucuelng outside the Employment gency at QuOtni Park from e.irl. yesterday morningTnese men were renewing their •gistration Thh 1. dKM %  VOTJ lonlh and if tin iffenci see a workman during tin rOROW* Viola was living with %  ttWlCk ing pOliOd, It hi 001 long before 1945. -She still lived IM il tlthtl amploytd <>i no more ;it tha bouaa at DurmnU Bventu* naothi too assistance of the ally Viola told DM I would have to A*. 1 leave. Sintold Arnold so alaO. *-pi!K JEWISH CEMETERY 111 I was I.'ii >' iioti.-1 Bynafofua Lane bei • ol to quit. The tiist time Vmla toM the recent rains, is bOfUUllng to me I would have to lev c was in i,>„k nke %  anall equatorial forest 1948. Warnei did not 'ell us to The laiye quantity ol vines, leave when he came to the hou*" which before only ,:'< Biitei He road no latter ground, are now runnl letter from th, Dig 111 me Housing Board tntV Vesii. thai inBoard haa boon nafjouatlnf with the Bleetric rompanv f.ir the install.Hum <-I 13 lamps 111 the uie.i 0O tha it. ,1 heckles Read, which h..baan raplannadi he pointed oui dirilculties m connection with iho lighting of one roiid. al the Veslry if they would install 11 lamp obllquel) opnoi ite Bo) r.-tntr H ou a a, which amuld ion .1 du.i! purposethat ot lighUng .1 imition ,if BacUga Road, ano %  d-o 'lie i.i.i .ilxm It was decided Him tinChytch warden, the Becrotary id Ihl Housing lliiard and the r • deiamcompany raprowniati I ihould %  _ 0*001 and discuss the ni.H. 1 A N ACCIDENT Ot Ct RREI1 ..., A „.„,., ,,.„ ,,.,,,,,, ,,,.,.. ,„., Bush Hall Road at about y r IN-mU-i ton asking the Vestrv 9 00 n 111 on Sunday between a fui financial assisl.-uit e tim .H 1 %  ,bleraO owned und ridden I.' ..-t .,1 lepiui Wlllnnn Sarjeant of Huthersa' Paul'* Chap,! Turning and imother owned and The < h.ilimjin explained that ridden by Wiineit Huraa % %  ( Ondho know Ron h rlngton. raised .1 portion of the money foi Tloth evcles were damaged the repairs but It was cortal Sunday al about Yter falling from bicycl along Pleasant Hall. St. Peter lie was riding his bicycle ii IhO tUfO C Uon ol Applegrovr whei the front wheel struck un emhiink inaaH UCTCLBf WERE In acclden Church Village Road, (hutch ,H ibout I 10 p.n> on BundaS One was owned and ridden by llailry HuteCOl of Church Village mid the other owned and Jama Klna of Padmore Village. St Philip Both Hutsnn and King were Injured. Hulson was taken t-> the General Hospital A„ EIRE OT I'NKNOWN RKHN, which broke out a' St. I.in. at about 10 .. Saturday destroyed n pan and a heap of trio-h '• li.-nftli "ill to meet the entire < After some disi oled that the hould offei lh) ip the ug) Ing 1 not push She BBssad him to leave id he did not, so she brought went straight into the ho Eric St. George Word. £!£" ,£? m * U l I! IC T T, 'he late Mr. R. H B Ward Hid h ggva bi The money to bu| back 1 aen living there all these yl %  Arnold Greenidge nld thai when he and Vtola went to Mr Ward with Iho mono] bo load Mi w. a M OOUld write the receipt in the name ol attbei of the in>> in America. not to I-' 'i fool, thai lie was buying it for him. Mr. Ward did not li.ive W told her she would have to go to the higher Couii he would kr lure if he ^ Shown the his father' 11 receipt, witness said At this stage plaintiff produced ., rent book for the land, dated be had seen It in the mwrr !" „. from 1947 to 1950. There was a similarity bet.. She valued the house at about le signature on the rO0 $500 including the shedroof and ** tht of hto^thPT, but b. kitchen. After the case before the magistrate, she sou\ht legal advice. She went with a witiu ...i e %  Mr Warner and demanded the houce from AfCWld l C %  I., t ten RaM thej wanted to nothing Thai Wtt In IMS To Mr Reec: The other • %  %  • %  1 tCT 1 brought ihci under the Pattj ... 1 lance baforo the Magistrate in the Petty Trespass case Mr. Dear who had cross-examX not swear definitely that il was his father's signature on the receipt. Witness produced a hook whim his father used to keep. It WM dated 1920. There won tures in it by his Inther. To Mr Reece: I ,nn lalri) Cl -tain that the signature on the nebefore the magfaRrota (*ipi is not my tethOl I %  Im self and inv brother there are certain sum! Mr. Ward re-called said the house is on Durant's Land. The l.md rant was paid by Vmla Greenidge He could only trace the records about seven years for the money The BCknOW] d t menl had been mil %  •'\hv I DM untl my brothoi ..ming for it." I let Viola poj the land rei so thai il I died Bi) wile could not claim the house To Mr. Rrere I' Ktance who WTOta t>. the boys ii America lor help I own th. .. brothoi Amen.., At thl be -I %  %  I total valuo $10. properly of Clyd BO) Wc II rose A SMALL HOLE AIMMT Iwn %  dOap and j ftKit in diameter was mode when .1 -e, tlon of the road near Dr Robert! residence In Black Rooh fell in Phi part Of the road is a coiner .nut there %, .1 tunnel floWtng underneoth Workmen yesterday itarted to repair it and have dug 1 up n considerable part of the road There is a sign post t this hole and pedestrians and motorists should be very careful when P ISfllng thb are.. D ltl < ILIA INI E ot Maxwell Hill. Chrial Church reported thai her house was broken and' entered ovi r %  %  ek-ond and a Quantltv of alaaawore removed L dl'fS MILLAR of Hrerclor Village, St. Philip ropoft• •> the loss ,,f j flannel pant* (or rldlni on iho rannhu board from n garage while Haofei Of .. 'Uis and a motorist *' %  Drakes of Dukes Alley reported dunged lor noi having park.ng thot he missed I tree and inter with the branches' From one point it is imponlble to overlook the %  n otorj bein ,,f the thick vine s hanging through the air. Most of the marble tlabs Over 'he burial spots are rovered with vines and cannot be seen. Only the four graves, in which people were buried recently can i-ei %  L .'! % %  Apart from the IncrOOl I conditions of the Cemetery, the walls surrounding it are also hadlv Hi Ward loU him '" " c t "' "' ,,; '" ;" ,,l l j "''' lm thnt coii-istent vhowers may gauae Iho in iti i p m of this It over ledternent T'OX WUI OHL1 %  1 traffic offencea ovei he week-end One man was charged I-Ihe ..11 t .th..1.1. i.dM .1 and the cost of the aforfc. At the |o -.1 tha moeflni with the Vestry resolved into ConunJtUe, UlO Chnlrniun told th. mombon that ho ifroad >vith tie pnnciple of fotiveitmg ihe Dei.n 1Into Socmdary Girls S.h<.-1 hut he thought there were some legal technicalities which, in hii opinmn. ihould bi gone Into can fully It was Hgrci-fl t, call a meetIng on Thurada] at which would ba Invited the Bl bo] ••legal advisers ind the Rafurtrai USE GLOY lights %  I ,11 iltln ;III CoDUiiissioii Mt'inbrr-s Arrive med her had showed £r>*Uor back^^ ^^ ^ of Waler Hall Land. St. Michael, said she from ISA brother of named Hilary Ktheltne %  he told of havit come to %  ant's Land house on DurThis closed the case on behalf the daughtei It is not true that Hilary sent Pj^Sf*. r the money to purchase the houao to as to save it for all of have never lived in a house with a man named Adolphus Moo; I never left the house before 1948. of the plaintiff. I am living with a man named Constance Greenidge. one of Estwich the defendonts. said she was *4 All of I .hitdren .ears old The name of her father were born in the house Constance lived there, and she has never paid a penny in many occasions I have told Constance that the house was mine. In 1927 Arnold was living in Below Rock. He did not go with Mi Ward when I was buying the house Arnold did n*l •40 to Mr Ward before I went Hi W il iirtenay, \11.1 I if I 1,11.(1 toll. and Mr J K Thomson. Colonial Attache. W.. I II |tOI [for* ... ment) arrive in Barbados to-morGem Seel, itntr lirmaa of •' e Caribbean Commission The oti %  .1. Commission, tin .met Gordon. Is a .... Albert Gr^nuigV Her <^r g ', B '""' died in June. 192V She as then living at home. Viol Greei laa was not living at r*orni then After her mother ilied Albert Greenidge married another uiinan and lived In Maxwell. Pre %  da gi %  %  sill not be attending the 1 ,-. %  1 m Com* which Unique party leave n s -' I cannot remember the amour* of rent for which the house anal vi dd I cannot rememlier how much I used to work (OT the I used to make extra money by The new Mrs Greenidge and id not get along, and Albert Or* I the house. The house was event 1 bv Mr Thorne in January 1927. Albert Greenidge was th< In Maxwell. All thai lime she and niece named Josephine raising stocks I was mustering i, V mg in the house In disputi money before I bought back the Mr Ward ^ugh, the house, and house I do not know how old I h0 -^yt In America" wi orn. In 1927 I was p falrl for hclu j^. boy, ^nt $58.00. It young woman came to Viola, and she called Re-examined; I used to gleep Arnold at Ml DO to 1 -use ill the time I used him. Ml.00 was what M to visit Estwick in Lodge Rood had bought the house for, and \\ hat's on Toda) Maaafakl of 1 • %  •. .-i.t.M Ooaai* ..I ^i ''10 pm M'.-linr of House of t.-rni bly at 1 |> m Mobile (inrmi al < hrcktr Hall PUliUlion l.ml M I in Jt T .10 p m. PeJIee Rjnd -I IIIH-MW Conearl hsenaal II*MHUI I H.00 p.m. *.V.\"u"-V.V.V.V//^aP NOW FRESH FHHI.XA IMM I.THY (HOW get your supply from H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-AnU. wi: SAVE A VARIETY Of 111 par IIUII 'lldl WMbl l!> .•"-•WIIOIICII CMlSi 1 Silk lliinni-t-. MH Ii Viillc Runnels. IIUIMI Kniliiniil,( inrhrl Itiiiiiii-ls. I .nil Kb, He., 72i•.. l<.. & $1 llll si .-* II.H $2 llll ALSO Sun Bonnets, liw-h ( hililrin Otf lh II• I II SI 2 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 8ROAD STREET EPHEDROL quickly relieves COLDS and CATARRH It clear* ihe nasal passage*. In remove Muffinc** and the distressing .onditionof head colds and CSktarrh. The patent nj*al application bottla is mhnitelv hencr th. or dropper, and can be carried conveniently in iKetsdrag or pocket without fear of leakage. Mad* (*• CIA 1 C AHK MIAM I 11)., Liverpool. England KMI.IIIS IIHK. MI.IIIS IHt YOr WANT mi HKsr STOVE vAjunsf SELFXT A .... VALOR y STOVE \|> il **1 N9W tl MI.MII.K IX lA'J III IIXEH MUM I S at COVRTES1 WhiKpork (IIOIII III I mm 4.AICA4.I I.TII.I Dial 4391



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PACE Fir.HT HliMWK M>\ %  %  < \TI TUESDAY. IIM 2" IS.'." West Indies Lead IXotts By 285 Runs \ NOTTINGHAM Kjin-luKbatting against the We t<,utii proved .T bif dftMppotfrtmeftl tot I nut 7.000. II %  I %  I> declared Ihli i I i" oonlrai i Ihoda, the NolliniihamhinbulMiu-11 wnv slow and cnaura %  They were dlsn.,their llrsl inning*, ami following 1 OR 28S runs behind wore 26 for i %  %  h. ., ... id toning* The meal prcntal* i. partnership l\ and Peler -l-.w howler it:. | awl i n 61 in 0 mlnuti btth wtenai b t< hit || 1!W I n: -1.111(1' Second Teal Team %  %  I.rdfi %  i rci E J P*| I'..„|. Simpson (NotG M f*>Kftort (CambiK. I H..1 (Surrey) V,Parkhowe .Cilamorgan). W %  n .ii,. iWai vie* Wr< B v.'.. hi rook (Lni. ., Mf I'.oketevtad fit Ue I r .i.i.i II n..llrr> • i • -Way Home" Goes To B.G. New Bra For Racing i tQBTOWN, iv tborowatibrad raceH \Y HOME" bv "FAIH i>( HOMP. SECUKITV .imported from England arl Lope arrlvad m th< • %  i*\ on board tin aS Arakmka. The .inival of WAY IIOMF-' was greeted by a % %  <-.• ,.f rj, in. men who believe 11 marks 111 dawn of | asm an lot racing li B.C.. as the colt may take lit i putting B.G. on the Caribbean racing map along with Barbados. Jamaica and Trinidad He will be u dnad foi ihe u T.C. October Meeting and will no to Trinidad end nmbado-. later 'FAIH WAY" won the St Lcgcr in 128 and 'MIDDAY SUV n. rira of "HOME SECURITY won the Derby n iw: SOCCER STARS RETURN TO U.K. FROM SOUTH AMERICA LONDON Soccer %  tan Key Paul, of the %  wanna Town Club, and Jack Hartley, -i the Ever ion club arrived here to-dav from Bogota Colombia where they had arranged tn pl:iy l..r the KflttOQiiiros Club. Earlier they compladl %  %  %  had been given a "raw deal" and risked to play for less than they hint ln-en |>n>mtsed but in Lorsdon to-day Uiey said nothing hut mshed off to their home-*, whore anxious iH.niviwere waiting ihifiin. ttotr M ''f lorne of Britain's top toccei stars by fnt pay packets ill South Amei % %  of the big top Irs in BrltJ -i *t IIIR circles. In Fni'Uintl the star* are paid ill .i wee* during Ina playing reason and hi the summer. In South Amenta they are oflereil 12,000 a year and more. RtlltT. Stubborn Drsplu\ Slocks guv a stubborn •• .vhich lasled 2 hours S5 rrnr •< y mil tii 68 runs, which li '.* (..'., ilda from eoanplata col i tbera had tv v %  > %  V-tu Certain Wlllh.fi. I i'(H on v.. in 4u minutes for tinfifth wicket. SIM I new ball wai claimed ..'. %  U,l his middle stump. Unexpected la^l wlcV rrora Bnttoi and M.,we Bull-r made a livelv 29. which included '*<' Maes before William 1 ; Ixv.il' iVUttanu, the leg %  pin mi %  \ irr. rauaed the Nottinghannhirt batsmen Hie moat ITou%  Ifnbhed with the Una ". w,< k-t~ ("I M l.in: The weathW was on DM doD %  kle i"ii ihe pitch, which bad boat fulli COVI raa during the week-end. feet condition when NotUnahamahlra began their Aral "IT Ihe West IndeB h Ml declared. Minghamshiro opemng pair, Slmpaon and Harris made %  Anal an accurate f..-t attack and not until the filth over when Simpson turned Pierre to the I02 iwiundary was a run scored. At ihe end of the first hour only 24 runs had been scored. After liemg badly mi.s-%ed by Kanball <>ff Worrell at deep t on when nine. Harris opened .iut and took two boundaries The state of Ihe game changed quick!) when Oomag dismissed the openling pair in quick successionThe total waa 45 when Harris lifted Ihe ball lo I'ieire at deep mid-on mill i.ni eight were added when Shu peon, .ift<-i taking four on the teg nde, iaw the naxl dellveri Ilv nil the edge into the s.if. h.ini<•( illp fleidaman Weeka The West Indies vv.ie light Ml their toe %  %  flat t h eae mco et and C.odilard brought bark Jones for a shoil spell before lunch The move le-l to Ihe dismissal of Hardstaff who put up a simple catch (o squnre leg when playing a short delivery At the interval Nottingham-lute wore badly placed having lost three for 62. Stocks, whose display had i"vented i total collapse spent i on t before puUlnfJ Worrell fur six lo coniplete 54 ol no after batting two graJ a quat tcr hours He and 1lnr\> 63 for the sixib irtckel bafoc] both lofi it the name total <•( t'*n Blot ka" itubborn dlapl i %  l 2 hours and 35 minutei Hi N couiaincd •> aia md al Wiltiams continued lo trouble th t-iuen. and wi*n be bowled Butiof I.I Sfi the Inningi I :'.I0 The leg ip.ln ..i I i;ni|jK' howfer had the best PDtun with flva 'or '.% Polio* %  i Noti>i made 2*.with oui loss m star aecond ill I e Waiverns Tie Colts To One All Draw %  hi iruj .. i.tbull re a iui K*? num%  ... .iitrrnoon %  to the %  ground put cootroi Then %  u'stanrling playet foi his team A-hilc Carll-.n Hinds Iheir inside I l hard sh<.: io pet Ihe equnh/e. during the aaoond hall I poi the Coll XI tnc outstanding %  %  nd di Trie Cotta dreei rtui ad %  • U %  %  %  %  One Dawn .%  %  %  ttx CokU XI quh kly had an MeCotUn cul In fron oalkeeper ie which %,.rr of the Till sKiri'l.R HI I VM B 4 Kugl. IHI %  %  . %  And Maskell Maniiiiig Near Their 2nd Trophy — I,X TWO MONTHS EKIC L .1 Mnakall, veteran com blnat ,M within reach i lH of Ihcii scim-linai victni i II the kui cocnblnnUon >1 David Inniss and the Dunlon four^ball, baat-ball rampotj Uon %  Rockley At Manche at e r Ldncaaaire i" Kent by an innings and 73 ruM Lancaahire 171; WaaNbrook ft i. tor 89. Kent KM. Tattei .11 5 for 23 and second I v i>;. Hill At Dudley. V. | 144 runs W irwi.kshire 3*ir.. S ( K i M Worceaten.hire 105. Pritchard K for 20, and secondly 116. Hollies io. Kardar 3 for 25. At Taunton. Somerset beat Hampshire by 44 runs. s. mersel 179. Cannings 3 for 49 und secondly 150. Rogers 70. Knot i 1 for 12. HaupeftlM 114. Robinaon 3 [or 162. Arnold 30. %  tn 33 —Keuler tl nil: i i ihe gcori M1T1IS limpnn e Wi*rhr<. I hn • > 1'i'nr b Clom*/ I C.-lilaid h William ., M i. i.n-. INAI van *' 1111411 %  Byr. MiiiiM.n BH %  M ; ''' I i t gxin 1 the doul e %  %  %  %  1 %  %  i.. With noli hal lix'i • %  ... von lo play tlll\ Wl %  %  I %  %  alon how.red nicelv . %  I hall thi %  ; Thrilling Match The over th. youi by a wldei it wai j %  1,1,111 .tlo Bide} Team Leave ToHnorrw THIRTY i ed with MWilki Haynes Co I lann bj the fiallita whld henat I i m w W< Aii".. %  ... %  team who will ihe w> I Indh \i fir I. Qelflta Rrml.iiL.i the advanl raj Otk -'n to the .ok .i pull irom .... t the turn, but the i. M h and regained lhali They held it through the llth %  .1, I then fall apart md ttw mom fxperieneed pair, plajrlni I) a row itett, in the final meetii tp .. II Bahtfday Monllolfe Will %  cratch, each havtna a handlcaj Of H. while M.iskell at 10 will ajtn was ratwt at 15 whaa ina currenl eompe ll have th.benent < %  live .'.; Utaae loui ..i .yiit u ml ihe Bnale. Ihe real oi iu Raid will be playing In tie %  i % % %  tor which will I pm on T huraday AUSTRALIA WILL OPPOSE JAPAN MELBOUHNI J, 1 ii.ui uiwn r. in .\>JALY1> The Weather TO DAI Bun II --: i" %  at M.ll stls. 1. • g III. MOM iPiral Qnarterj Jw.ie M ii N a ni llih.ilir i. I. oi S.I : V Ml •fMTERD'tl i; i ni li r mill nil l-UI l..r Mi.nl! |a ve-.tn ilu^ S nremper^liirr Ki\i X.'i.j "1 Temperalur. (Mia), 7ii.5 l Wind Direction 9 am E3 p.m. by N. Wind Tatoeab 11 akltaa per hoar nan>meler < a.m.l Jlt1 ll p.m.) r! Anstri Uon lonighl %  of Japan to the lOti %  I ret ion of the Ai. trail] ng of (hi ii ion. Table Tennis %  hip t i Grade 9 playei [an lo-nlghl %  % %  %  • and play II i>e on two %  the Ifatvern I i, Hl k the ball wall Into thalr op%  Hind .i nard one ... bat bj %  i i The Coll % %  '.l %  '..it which Mil difficulty m eat %  li in-. mil in theii ; .•' %  one whirl Si %  Conx: kept th. Malvci I . -i mem one and again but lb nan nleaed h *PI ortunlUcs. During one of U man al Ig what looked a cartalnt) from open goal Inlerva) Malvcrn slill luuxht (01 but the Interval taken with lh ,; ol the Colta iimption. Marvern were first on the offensive and their :iont man can •• i within their op|Mii • :.tie forward Manners kicked OR ti -inlth. the ball rebound! la hard giounder from F.irah. Play was still centt Ihe Malvcrn K'<^ BMa as the Colta tried lo In cr c aa e iheli lead. They i | ... ..> %  ,. %  % %  !, a cornei inn without %  ll.inl <;rmmder Maivern front %  rewarded for Iheir efl %  (' when Carlton Hindbeat Sr> >t*> with a li. I. C Radio I'rugranur % %  \ %  .... ng, > am. Prom i i BBC N ... <\ .... pm .• i i ... !>(: sent in The Colts Iront men tried to put %  ii-i-nance (rom the quickly %  i tiad 'he ball back mid. iioiit men loolc I .:< %  -nd from o hard .i rraHl Uw-is. gogK 1 ...ughl off a good %  : %  incraaai tha KOO mg, the jimr ended In Ill 1 F Harris mm 'ere Messis Dd Ormond r< '. f in n, (iibborut. r Hutchinson Olttana, ATood, Parah, Trot man. %  Ml Ak.il. Dray ton. Waldroii. Men Mr TO-NITF. 1! %  Ml MVI rV-r. > !• %  i-r ouers i i^ iv rVr*> c A %  ! StocK'tl P N 11 PlIBM Mt.'M 1. I-J. ad Ihr Mlh OIF.I l-r M.1 HARD TIMES WITH BACKACHE Qfuw dw to gkajgaji mggggga IIPB IS NOT to good when raa ** sir troubled whh bocksche, %  lifii--1-:, pains, stiff, aching muiclei and foiau, lumbago at common unnsrv duocders due to %  luggim kidney %  cuoo. 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Tuesday
June 20
1950



Barbados



Gomes Satisfied 9
With Progress |
LUNCH AT COMMONS

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, June 19,

"THE WEST INDIES SUGAR DELEGATES had lunch

to-day with members of the Empire Parliamentary
Association.

Sir Howard D. Egville was in the chair and others
present included Dr. Hyacinth Morgan, M.P., Reverend
R. W. Sorensen, M.P., Mr. Savary, Speaker-elect of Trinidad,
’ Lord Pethick-Lawrence, former Minister of State for |
India and Burma, Lord Listowel, former Minister of State!
for Colonial Affairs, Mr. Aidan Crawley, Parliamentary |
Under Secretary for Air, Sir Ronald Crosse, former High}
Commissioner in Australia, Mr. Hilary Marquand, Minister |
of Pensions, Mr. Emrys Roberts of the Liberal Party, and)
Sir Peter MacDoriald who led a British Parliamentary,
delegation to the West Indies in 1944. }

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CAIRO, June 19.

"THE EGYPTIAN COUNCIL of Ministers yes.
terday took a secret decision on the north-

ward passage of petrol
Canal, and oil supplies
to-day.

tankers through the Suez
for Israel, it was revealed

The terms of the decision have not been dis.
closed. But Dr. Salah El Din Bey, Egyptian For-
eign Minister, told Reuter that its purpose was
‘‘to make sure no unrefined petrol goes to Israel.’’











































Mr. Gomes, Mr. Robinson and | y Net Pye ae a -- He added that any country
Mr. Cuke spent the remainder of | * ‘he purpose of the Bill is t& \ trying to send unrefined oil t
f 5 . x
From The Dead the day at the West India Com- | ‘ ee }keep in operation or stand-by con 4 x-Comm © st Israel would be put on the “black
| mittee preparing for the next ; m : . dition the synthetic rubber plant 4 A unis list”
To The Living mecting with the Government ‘ Se built during the war to help off ~ . A cryptic telephone méssage
which is expected to take placé e set shortage in supplies of naturi ( ontesses from Alexandria to Cairo last
: on ‘Thursday, ‘ rubber - A amare ‘ night said the Council of Minis-
met iere nates Se en ee eee ene eee | : rhe plants, representing a Go\ DUESSELDORF, June 19. | ters meeting there had decided t
Doctors here describe an ent afterwarcs he was satisfied ernment investment of $700 mii Kurt Mueller. the West C authorise the northward passage
operation in which a kidney with the progress being made. | lion, can produce 900,000 tons 6! yy inist “Ment . a A AY of oil tankers through the Canai
from a dead woman was “Negotiations are proceeding, rubber annually who was expelled trom his oury{ under “certain reservations”
“transplanted’’ to another and this is sufficient indication Reuter ve 7 Sere ore e ve + ee at A high Egyptian Foreign Min-
woman as “the first of the that the matter is liable to} ane fee ne oe - Berns istry ficial stated today however
kind ever performed.” change,” he said. “I am confident ——> Spy last month, | eae i that vhat has been decided
Dr. Richard M. Lawler that when His Majesty’s Govern- cessions in. prison. and, genout mounts to a tightening and not
said the operation was per- ment fully appreciates the West + several senior members of | the) o0 i 1g of measures to prevent
formed under his direction Indies’ position in all aspects, that Storm Over West German Communist Party, | 4 Taxing hing Tarse}? P
on Saturday, and the patient satisfactory settlements will be A - Josef Sharpe former Commuiri=| PESO TERS | ae Reut
was in “good condition” reached. Y ist official, said to-day ee
The operation was begun 10 “It is equally certain that the | ¢C oO ee In an interview with Reutets
minutes after the donor of future relationships of His Majes- | 4 AX in his Duesseldorf flat, Her ee .
the healthy kidney died, and ty's Government and the West In- | Schappe former editor of the U) S, lo Build
lasted an hour and a half. dies will be determined by the | WASHINGTON, June 19 principal West German Commun- ¥ ;
No fewer than 35 doctors }course these negotiations take. | Representatives of 14 Latin jist Daily Freis Volk and himsef: y 9 ®
and surgeons witnessed it ) “The West Indies are entitled to American countries—-1l Ambassa- Jimpeached as a ‘“Titoist’, said be or Ss irst
and photographs were taken the same regard and respect as dors and three Charge d’Affaires had this information from reliabl
at each stage. Australia and South Africa. The today called on American Secre~ | sources /
—Reuter. question of relative size has no tary of State Dean Acheson t Two of the Communist mer J tom u °
relation to just treatment.” | protest that a Senate sub-Com- | pers of the West German Parlia
————w cover proponal He Contee Tr ment, one a member of the Party’s i eee a June 19
. rices seriously yreatens a 1 } ” é eenate Armec services sul
| . | re inner council, and one of the 1
American economy . a Sot a . committee to-day approved a bill
SEEK TO END | Senator The representatives, who called eee ee ee 4 — i authorising the United States
DISC ATI | Wi | in a body, presented Mr, Acheson erent Saatenetyl vane Tre a "Navy to buila@ the world’s first
RIMI N } with a sharp 1,300 word report F ! lai ; lear powered submarine
: ON ants To reviewing and criticising the Gill indirect contact with Her or F p hy bt Y gina the
atta. sub-committee Schappe, he said He would not ae nee ae 4st aoe lee { i
ee | : . nC ( ot 3 Lhe: or
IN TRADE Know But later Mr. Guillermo Sevilla | Mention any names. thd ae im we sank hak airhntty
| : Seasa, Ambassador of Nicaragua Anti-Moscow Congress been approved the’ House
| | Said the Ambassador had left the Schappe said that the two Bonn sr ;
LONDON, June 19, a ee een : PI Representative
Rules barring trade diserimin- | WASHINGTON, June 19 | 15-minute conference “with op- | Deputies had asked for his anti It still requires the approval of
ation will figure in the European | Representative Charles Elston TOP: Darcey McCollin, Colts outside right beats goalkeeper Mills with a low hard grounder to Wmnisth Moscow pamphlets, which he wes)ine full Armed Services Commit-
Payments Union if agreement is (Republican, Ohio) called public! score the goal for his side Sevilla Seasa, Dean of the Latin sending to them via a cover ad tee, Senator Harry Byrd, (Demo
on the lines approved in Paris | to-day for “the behind the scenes i : American Diplomatic Corps, said {dress. He and his friends intend nae Vin antay. Sh eteaelins earth
during tha Weekend — it was | Story” of how Russia got contral BOTTOM: Carl Mills, the Malvern goalKeeper taking a high o during the’Match against the Mr. Acheson had offered to help|to hold a conference for all anti-|° : a et e _ ss Pa i
learned in London to-night, of the approaches to the American Colts X1 at Kensington yesterday evening —Story on Page 8, in every way possible Moscow \Communiats in the Ruh: a Areas rea an a oe
Under the proposed rules, if «| Sector of Berlin. The atin American report | @t the end of next month, he sue navel weaporis so secret that they
country wants to restrict i orts | In an open letter to the State x rT ion ‘é : ~~ 4 charged that the Senate sub- He added that he received dai!, had: been described unly.-in. vague
~wdrom, say, Belgium or Britain, He} Depertaient he aiso demande’ F PUMA ants CARK Hi T Committee, headed by" Senator | bundles of letters from his politt-|(erms. p
must restric ports from all, o Ss or other materia , Guy Gillette (Democrat, lowa),|©#! frends all over 7 wee In addition to the atomic sub-
othcr European Marshall Aid available on the “often told story” which had investigated the rise in} Many, giving names and addresse: ch \ rise
d ) 3 i stige ‘ , ‘ arine, the bill would authoris
countries a§ well. Liberalisations|that in the final stages of the war 300,000 .000 y J 99 7 YY coffee prices, had made recom- | of old Communists who were reacly nae re us ‘ nous a nc
of imports must also apply all ,in Europe, Unitéd States and Brit- rr Vy; j Le / mendations “which. in effect{to join the movement, To-day Pf) opine expected to be capable ot
round. As soon as the European [ish troops were ordered to slow amount to economic warfare.” had received one list of 150 from verndinind under water for periods
Payments Union starts—it is hoped ;down their victorious advance “te For H-Bomb + The Gillette report eee Bavaria and others from Bremen} Tenwee than the “snorkel” dub.
that it may have effect from July} permit the Russian forces to enter} WARN Gk RMANS proposals which, it was claimed, | and Mannheim —Reuter, ; fine. —Reuter
1—Britain and other countries] Berlin first.” WASHINGTON, June 19 x 4 in KR would interfere with the internal sit dodibcinenssciy alicia
must include all member coun- Representative Elston told a re-| President Truman will ask Con affairs of Latin American coun “He MUST
tries of the Organisation for|porter he wanted to learn “on| gress for $300,000,000 to speed uy STUTTGART, AMERICAN ZONE, June 19 tries RACES hk SAFETY MATCHES
European Economic Co-operation | who: advi these things hi: | rk the hydroge super BENJAMIN ITTE TIEFSER ‘ ; : —Reuter
in thelr import fiberatinatione. 120 7." vice these things har is ; é or n sur BENJAMIN J. BUTTENWIESER, assistant American High LIVE SEPARATE “UNSAFE”?
This specifically applies to Bel-|>°"°*' Wheaten oatae POET CEEER SE AYRES: Bar : erappiastonen, to-night warned West German Federal and 4 + . os PARIS, June 19
gium, Switzerland and Western : A member of the House of the ocal Government officials to be more careful what they say. ° CAPETOWN, June 19 Madame M. Martens of Rosny
Germany, which they at present ; 7 . es R. 0 1 G t — . ah - (vu seb 63 b of Paris
’ J Appropriations Committee, who The South African Senate (Up-|soubois (eastern suburb of Paris)
exclude.—Reuter. Guerillas Kill Lainie a eee veined: aid the ’ + “The German people and their eC uce L 8 per House) to-day approved by|]today sued the French State for
| money would be used entirely foi Franco Supports pee have often suggested and F. . a majority of only one vote the] an unspecified amount for selling
° ‘ PC rork « 5 : g in their publie utterances stated e 5 » Gove « s ¥ “ty atches
. | construction work at the existing I M t third reading of the rovern unsafe afety mateh
130 Killed By Six In Malaya | Atomic Energy Commission instal- Spain 8 Progress that five years after the cessation ol O or ment’s controversial group areas} Madame Martens bought a box
Fl SINGAPORE, June 19 | lations, mainly at Oak Ridge, Ten- of hostilities a e ere forgive Cl e bill, designed to establish sepat-|of safety matches which, she
. : i E, g respite 3 aoe lew Mexico, i and forget Je can forgive. bu ‘ ate living areas fo *parate race le a | loded, burning her
loods And Storms Guerillas killed six people i: | nessee, Los Alamos, Ne N Mexico : MADRID, June 19 Wve Obst > fever foraet’t: Wattan 4 we Ss meh an sprig nie TT awa teat ‘ Ps 2 xp ors ae 8
scattered attacks in Malaya today |}and Hanford, Washington Stat General Franco ip a speech to a ; Voting was 20 for, 19 agai everel n the han
CALCUTTA, June 19 inchiding the Seottidn mavdeer ot | This informant said he under-|crowd officially estimated at 300, a told a German audience at LONDON, June 19 The Bill goes to the Governor Her case will form one of a
Storms and floods have’ killfed|a rubber estate, Mr. R. S. Wai. | Stood Mr. Truman's request would [000 in the Basque ‘ndustrial cit ro north of Stuttgart .| Gifts of over £100,000 in cash | @eneral for assent | series brought by people who have
at least 130 people and injured | lace. : val | be sent to Congress in a day orfof Bilbao today defended his Gov- | ,, pk eg German people that)... “shares ta two British moto ponte. py 75 votes to 8S tn hel nae he eee ee
many more in northern distri¢ts| In what authorities feared | two. ernment’s programme for indus- shone’ they ie Pee ‘cocoa chiefs are to be reduced to about | House of Assembly last Tuesday.| An investigating Magistrate has
of West Bengal during the past might be the start of a new! American and other physicists{trialising agrarian Spain xs rhea. 1ot forget the subject £4,500, the House of. Commons re it envisages eventual STP Or OF | opened an inquiry to ascertain
two weeks, relief officials on the | guerilla offensive, a band am-|are divided over whether a Hy elas has lets abd occupation solved to-day by a vote of 296 to land ownership throughout the! the responsibility of the state, sole
Spot estimated today. “Unprece-|bushed and killed three consta-| hydrogen loaded atom bomb]. aid. tke mir a eae e “sat Occupiers To 77 WHAOe:.f SOUR: Merses eae ts a ioe eae Shh
dented” landslides had killed 195) bles, and killed two Ceylonese| could be made to work, though} ON Ciits) lation forced topes. ™ lhe Government majority of 219 ON Or: roatones in France cautery.
in Darjeeling, west Bangal’s| Government officials i Subetariontio atk: plant y itpasricultural nation, forced to ex : i tres tale | : alt
H , ‘ als nt officials in a, hand) hypothetically its planner i port primary products cheaply and Germans were occupiers in the |!S the largest of the present Parlia pteecnneanemnienanendtansbag
summer capita] they said.—-Reuter! grenade assault in Opoh ,—Reuter. | would be many thousand times}ig import manufactured goods not too distant past. Anything || ment The gifts were made by
more destructive than the bombs }high prices. But we will not ac-|â„¢@Y Say on this subject is based|their companies to Mr. Leonard reer uncer taeees -
rs dropped on Japan or Bikini Atoll meat Nas. m J oY on study, but not on actual ex-|Lord, of Austins and Sir John 1 TR Learn
= 2 " eae e | Its basic mass of explosive would We have our advanced labour | perience Perhaps, therefore, this | Black, of Standard Motors Com- Ni
Trum ed-U, Treason f rials be hydrogen, but that mass would } jaws and We regard the nineteent! part of my remarks would have|P@ny on an undertaking never to il
be eae oy ee era century ideas of property as hav p-eater force, though let me assure | “ or sl any poor motor re
|num, the explosive factor in the}ing gone for ever. you, no greater conviction cr 1 Government proposec vat
° yj eye | existent atom bomb Reuter Js icerity, if made by one of the|SUch gifts should be taxed retro a
re ic ening: Ly’ ami tar | A social revolution is necess-4 French occupation official spectively. Many Conservatives
2 sad I , bu it cannot ~ done quickly | ‘Even more serious are some ot | ‘Meluding Winston Churchill, while (
, ind fit must be based on the illfounded and intemperat.|@oubting the wisdom of the gift
zechs Have No Grounds For Charges Christian ideals of the Catholic |; iblie utterances high [i present circumstances, objected PM
= r n lian al { ) -srance of certs hig in present circumstances, objectec ‘
8 Truman Cannot Church.” German ¢ ffi ial ; Garowntot y a to the principle of retroactive Sen o
LONDON, June 19 Ship Armes —Reuter [our occupation, or their provoca- | lesistation.Reuter
10 N, 1 j s observations on the guilt of
Mr. Ernest Davies, Foreign Affairs Under-Secretary | Germs % —ventainieons -
} it i: to ar, 7 ye | rmany, in some instance no
deciared in the House of Commons to-day that there was W here He W ill | alone their failure wholly to con
no foundation for Czechoslovak charges that present or Decid Cc ls Nazi excesses and Deny Reports |
. tl as roe . . . , tolerances, eve efforts to he
past members of the British Embassy at Prague had ecides ommittee

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activity inconsistent with their diplomatic

WASHINGTON, June 19
Two United States Senate Com-

Sane 8 Tha British Government is] mittees to-day recommended Con- | “y
: considering its reply to the] gressional approval of President Nes mien TARY
Weiss And Morea Czechoslovak demand for the}Truman’s second year $1,222,500,- Oe COU!
* withdrawal of a secretary of the,;000 Arms For speech me be even

Allies programme

But they did not sanction a frank”. I

Embassy at Prague (Mr. A. Mc- am not suggesting Jurie

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Laughlin) on the ground of ac-| proposal in the programme \ pole Germans are a falle: burt peragrec
tivities against Czechoslovakia.! giving the President unre- 7aUREe | xy persistent rumours in ia |
Tw LONDON, June 19. alleged to have been proved at! strieted power to ship arms to ig al do suggest, however that | official pre ss here that the Eres) we
ld ge ay players, Her-\ the ‘recent Prague trial. any nation at his discretion. | May 8, 1945 (when Hitler's war|dent of Uruguay, Luis Batt
cee ps &nd A Morea, scored “These trumped-up treason By a vote of 12—0, the Foreign | | ended ) found them sunk to as low | Bere injured when he vy is le
easy sgn victories in the] irjais have becorne a sickeningly| Relations and Armed Services | } an ebb in world opinion as any | 4 victim recently of an assa\ wy
London Grass Courts Lawn Ten- familiar feature of life behind} Committees approved the mutual} | beople have ever been, We have |r, an attack :
nis Championships at Queen’s|the Iron Curtain” Mr Davies! defence assistance bill | helped you to rise. We want to} The report first appearec
Club today . declared. This provides $1,000 million for | continue in that benign effort Saturday in the newspaper 1}
Weiss defeated Headley Baxter,| “We regret very much that the| military aid to North Atlantic Pact / —Reuter Mundo, which pe ae enter it OTHER MODELS
British Davis Cup player, 6—2;| circumstances in’ these countries| nations—and $222,500,000 arm details. Reuter’s Montevideo «
6—1; and Morea defeated E. C.| prevent genuine opposition and] aid to South East Asia, the Philif | respondent later the same a | JUST ARRIVED
Ford of Britain 6—2; 6—0 that any attempt at opposition is} pines, Korea, Persia, Greece and | ioe hat the weer bt ue
To i is “Wimbledon “stat rdey Fea Turkey, U jlutely untrue 1e Jrugua
setae” titiamedt ap Aut OO me “president ‘Truman had asked} CW USUAY £TC8CNIB SLALUE | Presisens, ve sadea, war ar EACH THE BEST
tralian champion Frank Sedgman | Congress for authority under the | Ti e | erta rar ara ee ae re
i ic nges. bill t ansfer 10 r cent of the | a j iday night ha ee 10) i.
aoe nae in! er: a core are eke ‘ , See if Oo Un ited States } large reception Today Democra IN ITS CLASS
Concrete From jhe decided this for | | cia repe ated ue hen YE m ry
J ~» States a ty | * ” wh P 99 | detail He alc lat happene
| Air Bubbles | oueieeiione restricted } Artigas Father Of Independence | will probably never be public ALSO
. : | j c t view t itir '
Plane Missin | | this authority to apply only to larified in view of its intimate
WASHINGTON, June 19 any European nation whose WASHINGTON June 19 current struggle for the minds of; nature
* . ; 2 : 5 “ ‘ > / : i
American Government engin- strategic location made it im- Uruguay to-day formally pré-|the peoples of the | ‘ t ustwort
For 9 Days eers today claimed to have dis- | portant to the defence of the ented to the United State | who stand together in the cause | wud Sea : penieess ° DUNLOP 65 GOLF BALES
er. ae covered a method of making con-| North Atlantic area. ze tatue of Jose Gervasio| freedom are bound, unmistaka burce ONLEVIAE 7 fa
A thnc-dadode passendes bias e}crete in which air bubbles take| The committee's decisior Father of Uruguayan In-| and inseparably es “ tle Bere “a ada . e DUNLOP FORT TENNIS BALLS
& Passong oht} he Place of sand announced by Senator Tom Cor led few da ago when pefsor ;
from Miami te Venezuela has been | TRE “air concrete” is said to be| nally (Democrat. Texas) who pre-| A at over| There never has been any doubt| Close to him fired five times al e DUNLOP BARNA TABLE TENNIS BALLS
cs avd the Coas| Particularly promising for thej sided over the closer joint session 000 of the| where Uruguay stands, and we are; ™™ le attack o Galt said
eg for = days, the Coast! construction of walls and roofs of | The transfer provision met (| wrachinct Corps. {truly thankf = toy 1c ta vhile Uruguayan Presiden ®
uard was advised on Sunday 4 dings ay lie i ee | ’ ; a the company of wif
Ontied By a Mine f Chic farm buildings | instant Republican opposition > dex cere- | ally, | f
Cc jife ec * 5 late. ere It is much lighter in weight, is} on the grounds that it would pee Sinat ek tye’ tan ind the wife of “a Latin-é Y IN FOGARTY'S
2 ar ahs = P ere rare 3 ti 1 a better insulator against heat and| give the President a blank nes aiias en” thé Wiiite us‘to be Seta eh Ambassador : ~~ SEE THE DISPLA
Sais o ki pesioting cen ‘Sti cold, and is more resistant to| cheque to ship arms to any y p = p pickers 1 Pe ' 9 etches se eh ane He te immediately taken c
W ich included three missionarie ater pentration part of the world threatened ’ pact canes a! ; ; | hospital but the wounds were n¢ SHOW WINDOW
and five children | by Conimuanism. far from the America nu erious. Demoeracia said, and ¢ e
It left Miami, June 9, stopped The conéréte is prepared in the} Democratic leaders had yn not bet ht that iend hortly able to resume nor
for fuel at Kingston, Jamaica,} normal way except that an indus-| was desig $35. eet hase ships in ti hemisphere are! mal. activities. The. nev Soi cf
and was last reported at 7 p.m trial aerating "agent ic Maem |e er diluted. We have lor ded Motives for the attack! T. GEDDES GRANT LTD~AGENTS
that night over the Venezuelan| is added to the cement and gravel. | $ a e tland strong loyaltiey ere personal, not political.’ '
coast =O. P . wenn eet ob eter t lecelved "Reuter Reuter |






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Caub Calling

Hs M D. GUINNESS,
Porters St. Ji and a ps

of friends spent the
“Edgew: ter” Hote! Bb

week-end at

ithsheba

Homie For Summer Holidays 4
CHARLIE SKINNER,

R
M*:, Vir and Mrs. C

Skinner of Wychwood, St

son
Alar
Peter,




has returned from the U.S., te
spend the Summer Holidays wit!
huis parents
Cnarlie is attending Columbia
University in New York City
intransit
MoM: ALBnNT V. NYREN, the4
American Vice Consul was
i raay to meet Mi
> Was an intransi

Antig Trini-
b.W.1LA
Mr, baie, is tne

sul Generali lor

ua from



American Con-
and has

He

this area

recenuy arrived in Trinidad

is tourmg several of the stations
in tne Caribbean and will be re-
turning \o Barbados on June 2£2nd.,
waoeli li li spena tne night here.
About “ ihe Middle Watch”
7H entire cast of “The Mid-
] dle Watch", together with
busbanas and wives, friends and
oiner mempers of the Barbados
Dramatic Club celebrated the
suctess of their tirst production,
wih a gay party at the Club

Saturday night.

Morgan on



A crowd of over thirty six
trong, they took over one sectior
of the club and really had a night
of it. eel
Aiso at the Morgan on Saturday
were several Barbadian students al

Universities, who are
Summer Holidays aj
»~

in Under Four Minutes

Canadian
spending the
home,














St. John’s Wedding

N THURSDAY afternoon at



St. John’s Parish Church,
ss Eustene Gill, daughter of Mr.
Eustace Gill, Price Control Inspec-

tor of Massiah
and Mrs. Gill,
Arthur Dash,
Mrs

Street, St. John
was married to M:
only son of Mr
Harold Dash ot St. Geor,<

The Bride who was given away
by her father wore a dress oi
needie-run lace, tastefully
med with pearl-satin, and decora-
ted with pearls. Her Headdress
was Of wax flowers with an em-
broidered tulle, and she carried a
bouquet of La-France, radiance
roses and fern.

She was attended by her sister
Miss D

and





7ill, who was maid of

honour. Her dress was of pink

“Make your mind up, tinsel georgette, and her head-
you're getting us noticed. dress was of pink chrysanthe-

mums and silver. Her bouquet was
of pink roses and fern, decoratea

Married In Antigua

with silver, Other bridesmaids

N SATORDAY June 17 at were the Misses M., S., N., and M

5.30 p.m, the St. Joseph's Gill, cousins and sisters of the

Catholic Church in Antigua was Bride and the Misses M., and C.
the scene of a fashionable wed- Morris.

ding, when Miss Freda Monica The ceremony which was fully

Fletcher, only daughter of Mr. choral was performed by the Rev

and Mrs. C. B. Fletcher was mar-
ried to Mr. Trevor Fox, Engineer
of Cable and Wireless in Barbados

Mellor, Mr
Bestman, and the ushers were
Bernard and Mr. Cyril

Cleave Jones was the
Mr
Gill,



The Bride wore a_ graceful brothers of the bride.
gown of oyster = nage New Barrister

ress was a simple unllette cap
lof pearis and she mas ied a pouaaene Old Lodge Boy
of white Anthurium and Amar- MONG those who were suc-
lyis lilies cessful in the Trinity Bar
‘The Bestman was Mr. Chris Final examination less than a
Jenkins also of the Barbados third of the candidates passed
Cable and Wireless staff and was Willie Walker of British Gui
two bridesmaids were Miss Moira ana. Willie, who went to school at
ing of British Guiana and Miss the Lodge in Barbados, has been
3race Hill of Antigua. The ushers !1 England for five years, three ot
were Mr. Bill Dixon and Mr. Alvin Which were spent at Cambridge





nn ae se see A a

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Woman to woman



Colours and clothes that
make you look cool
























cooler - looking than «a
print, unless you are Jucky
enough to find a fine black

WELTERING at
degrees in the Sead

is something Briti etched or cool coloured
women do not bargain prin
tr colours if you
for when buying summer ‘Y0!d Strong Porn rhere
clothes, fore, cee
We are apt to think of a = SityS, ot
summer wardrobe in terms reen, the
of cotton for evenings and fi ghter
week-ends, and fine shades ot
worsteds and gabardines blue and

for town wear.

Je never really ex t it to
hot enough for us as Oe without
a coat. AS @ the first

day of a ‘sa " dnd the
shops crowded with hot,
spiring women rushing to y
ool, smart town clothes.
» of the biggest demands wet
eek was for linen-type f
A simple linen dress or sult
vith matehing accessories, is
probably one of the smartest
itfits you can choose.





week in
to which is

handful of salt.

TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1950



Dry, cab wt 7 ue

cal spiri “

hardens the | skin. At the clown’s word Rupert and live in a_ palace, bee ~
Massage starts forward, ** You're from needn't worry, I've caug! t an
wit in Santa Claus,” he cries, ** so that’s I'm just taking her back to Jen-
little then why Miranda recognised your little — nifer.* As he starts off the toy
food, ae, She’s been very naughty clown comes bounding after him.
vine and tan away from the cottage * Not yet, nor yet,”’ he says firmly.
4 Fiat where Santa Claus left her. She says **My message to Miranda is that
mm ane she wants to belong to a Princess her wishes shall come true 1"





When did you last take
your wife out to dinner?
take her to

“Say Goodbye
to Backache”

—SAYS GRANDMA

Backache is a misery that strikes many
women in middle life, But if you could

CASUARINA
CLUB



Pork chops, FI Fish ond
t be sure that the material is oT toes see Mrs. W. H. of Welland, Ont., : «Nother delicacies. oe
\ahtweight. Many — linen-like Pellow. Do not use a on an Se — Fae FS SA SRE Oe SN
sbries are heavy and hot to pont ‘leather heavy make- ner neat ustle nome, Cay alter Gay, || ip.s.—you can dance after, too
ome at nd up in. the yee pene way appredete Sov mae if you like.)
pi te ries heat-— it Jr. C ase's Ki hey- iver Pills can do (P.S.—We'll be dancing again
oS ” do. Shot 100K * quickly goes to relieve backache! | to-morrow night, Wil
stalieiigiewe ae = as hot as ts in greasy an That's because this time-proven Dr. | yout)
suede oF * sn meee nel oe and feet sbeue Chase remedy for backache treats two |
sin, harem skirts, but this sun ona ‘a pale conditions at once—contains special
Wear gloves skirt, oe — pinky lip reoni igpretians fx beth ie Sook ————
coloured stick. ney an iver disorders whic often
lace nang: thing very new. The model cause backache. So don't suffer with ° °
kerchie!. ae res Sete ins * painful joints and backache—try this Advertise im the
Never wear COP na wor with a Keep our |reliable remedy yous Uys over half-a-
real flowers * Off - the - shoulder ha’ ort centu *s use—Dr. Chase's Kidney- ‘) 2 ,
nine heat, rom sallow pantees oa have at Liver Pills, At all drug counters. 16 | Evening Advocate
m to match, " |
ckly and er te beach, fm ot ,
ake you , Rub | SSSR SSS ee
fe hotter or linen. n i
hi ”
Crap, wnite Sane ||| AQUATIC CLUB CENEMA (Members Onl)
ers help you wo look feesh. be |} TO-NIGHT at 8.30
\ Paramount Presents
Care of feet PAULETTE GODDARD — JOHN LUND
i) MACDONALD CAREY
Gc hot neater. beg ) in “BRIDE OF VENGEANCE”
MATINEE : WEDNESDAY at 5 p.m. paras



' Married Twenty
Years ees Yes,

AND IN SHOW
BUSINESS
Anne

| Edwards



Short hair styles are perfect for
the summer. This sophisticated
le would be good under a bath-

SHill His plans for the future are te
A° interesting point emerging? After the ceremony, a reception practise at the English Bar. H
from the local Production4was held at Hazeldeen, home of mother, Mrs. Cc. M. R. Walker
ot the Barbados Dramatic Club's }the Bride’s parents. arrived in England last week b)
“The Middle Watch,” is that be- Mr. and Mrs. Fox are spending the “Cottica” and is staying in
tween Scene. I and Scene I. in}eoyuy days of their honeymoon at hotel for a short while before
the first Act, an entire scene ‘S the Beach Hotel Cottage, and on Moving into a flat in Kensingto:
shifted in under four minutes Wednesday they will be arriving London js
Vuring the London production fin Barbados, where they will re Passed Finals
four minutes was the fastest time ‘main until they go to England, R. TED MERCER has passed
that it was ever changed. In all when Mr. Fox’s leave becomes his finals in Civil Engineer-
tour Of the-Jocal performances, it due. ing at Toronto University. He is|
was done ir under four minutes. Guests attending were, Maj. and Mrs. the son of the late A. E. Mercer,
‘This. ts great credit on a> A Hill and family, Col. and Mrs Manager of D, Hope Ross Ltd.,
Lance-DGWaing, members of the J. R. B _ Branch, Mr / and Mrs. G Antigua and of Mrs. Alice Mercer. |
WY.M.P.C and the Empire ‘Thomas Dr. and a ee = -
Theatre's Stage staff, who were {2""M: “MS sacbonald, Dr. and. Mrs On Holiday
responsible for the scene changes s er, Mr oe Mrs ea a RS PETER DEWHURST |
und Mrs. C obsor r. and Mrs ,
) iomache r. and Mrs, G. Auchin- wife of Mr Dewhurst
aa for Six Weeks eats en Mrs 3 Dew, Mr. E. planter of Roseau, Dominica i: |
Mi‘ and: Mra, étalmen Percival Sea — os cag. ten ae now in Barbados for a holiday.|
Sat caeitirditee ba own Sa Rev rr Venaker Rev. Fr ce Mot, She Net a La iD tain at
aturaay mo B by B. #4. ANG Miss Essie Bell, Mr. Charlie Warren, ing by the “Lady Nelson” and is;
they will be here for six weeks’ Mr B. Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. tI comniaing until the boat return: |
holiday staying with Miss N. Henzel, Mr. and Mrs. F , Senses Ms Mrs. Dewhurst is a guest of Mi
ag aie rad eg ci ae Mrs + Grifitn, Mra and Miss Robert Yearwood of My Lor
in Trinidad, Mr. Percival 18 the yae, Mrs, B. Ledeatt, Mrs. Honning- Hill “i
Assistant Manager of the Royai ton b
Bank of Canada in Port-of-Spain Transferred Exchanging Messages
Tneir small daughter Jane aceony HE West Indies touring team
panied them, " R. ANTHONY . MCCONNEY, will have an opportunity to
A son of Mr. and Mrs. Owen exchange messages with their
Here For Two Weeks MeConney of “Frankville” Christ homes on June 30. They have been

ISS SYLVIA HUTCHINSON,

Manageress of the Coblentz
Guest House in Trinidad arrivea
yesterday by B.W.1.A. to spena
two weeks’ holiday with her
relatives at “Invermark” Hastings

Annual Visitor

ISS CLAUDIA EVELYN, whe

is with Gordon Grant's in
Trinidad arrived over the week-
end by B.W.LA. to spend two
weeks’ holiday staying at Cacra-
bank.

Miss Evelyn is almost an an-
nual visitor to Barbados.

Also arriving over the week-end
was. Miss Helen Taitt who is
also staying at Cacrabank.

Library Course

ISS GIRLINE BARNETT, a

;member of the staff of the
Public Library returned from
Trinidad by B.W.1A., on Sunday
after attending a course in libra-
rianship at the Eastern Caribbean
Regional Library.



« ibados staff of Barclays Bank for
the past eighteen months, has
been transferred to their George-
town Branch. Anthony left by the
“Lady Nelson” last week for
British Guiana
Very Successful
ISS GRACITA FAULKNER,
who arrived here during the

middle of last week will give her
first song recital on Thursday
night at Combermere Hall

Miss Faulkner was born in
Anegada in the British Virgin

Islands and went to New York as
a young girl, where she started
her singing career

She studied with Vincent Mat-
‘tina and Clyde Burrows, and was
Jaunched with the famous choir
of St. George’s Episcopal Church

Her recent Times Hall coficert
and her trip so far through the
Caribbean have been very ‘suc-
cessful

invited to have a look around the
headquarters of Cable and Wire
less in London, and arrangements
are being made for them to com
municate by cable with their fam-

ilies in the West Indies. 1 under-

stand that the Company
a cocktail party for
wards,

them after-

Cocktai! Party
HE SPARTAN
CLUB held a Cocktail Party
last night at their Club House ir
Queen’s Park, in honour of the
visiting Malvern Football Club of
Trinidad
Visiting His Daughter
ISS SIDI

is giving

FOOTBALL

PREECE was

Seawell on Saturday mor
ing, to meet her father Mr. Sydne
Preece, who arrived from Trini-
dad by B.W.LA. He is here for
week's holiday and is staying
the Marine Hotel. Mrs. Preece re-
cently went to England for a
1oliday





BY THE W AY By BEACHCOMBER

T is right to point out
the feat of the man who
“claims a new world record” for
having played the piano for fis
days and two hours without
stopping is not, in itself, evidenc
of an increasing love of musi
The question is: How fast did
he play? How much musicai
ground did he cover in that time?

How many pieces did he gei
through? For it is surely obvi-
ous that the faster music i
played and the greater the musi-
cal distances covered, the more
leisure we shall have for, say,
te'evision. Slow music went out

with the horse.

Loss of Man-Hours

Marston and Keigwin factory at
Fernsley, where more than 300,-
000 grulls and screw-valves ar
turned out every 12 hours. He was
shown the ~ complicated lever
which sets the great belts and
runners in motion, and he pla:-
fully pulled it, jammed the con-

trol switch and stopped all work
for nine hours. Not a grull

turned out during that time. Not
a single screw-valve
Forging Ahead
HERE are still to be found

= among writers of verse those
old-fashioned “leaders of contem-
porary thought’ who abandon
punctuation. It is a trick that
makes the barbarian reader throw



audacity—especially if capital let
ters are also barred. But there i
now an American poet who put
2 comma after every word, t
demonstrate the vitality of hi
Muse That is surely
some more daring thinker

begin every line with two comm
before the
every other line
brackets, thus: (

tc

with

inviting

first word, and to end/ s
empty |
)—a Mas-

terly use of something more pow- |

erful than aposiopesis

Under My Protoscope

Nuclear zygotes (vegetative)

magnified 7,000,000 times, and/|
showing autotrophic cryptomania
in a fungus. (See Humboldt’'s

“Cocolithophoricolidae
cellular bombicyclidiae in
integration.” )

‘ce NEWS!

Children’s

OOLUKATFATTI was taken} up his hands and roll his eyes in
yesterday to inspect the hugefgadmiration of such intellectual





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Column

“YOU must do a story about

them,” everyone ‘they've
been happily married Yor 20 years.
And.” they always added, “in

show business, too,”

It all started 21 years ago, when
a vivid, dark-eyed girl found her-
self bored all through a dinner
party by a young man who never
stopped talking about himself.

“T thought he was very con-
ceited,” she says. “I'd been in
films some time, and I'd got to the
stage where one didn’t talk about
it any more. But he kept telling
me who he was and what he was
going to do—and all he'd got was
his first contract with M.-G.-M.”

7 > .
“I don't even remember her,”
he confesses. “The fact is I wasn’t
interested in who I was talking
to-—only who I was talking about
I've been trying to finish that con-
versation ever since. .

A few weeks later they met at
a bridge party. She was a first-
class player, and he was her part-
ner. She called “Four no trumps.”

“The first card he played was so
unusual I said to myself, ‘This
guy’s a genius Then I realised
he’d never played the game before

in his life. He made only three
tricks,” i

Now

happily
2usiNess,

“I've

ie Says

they've been 20
married—and in show
too. What's the secret?
learned a thing or two,
“Say I come ‘home in a
really mean mood. I tell my wife
That’s a lousy hat you're wear-
ing'—if she argues there’s a row,
if she says nothin g I get mad-

years

50
© agrees Sure, darling,” she
is I've been thinking so my-
elf.” |

* * >

I've learned a few th ings,” she

| Says. “The first time we went to

4 party together and my husband

| Said: ‘Look, there’s a pretty girl,’

I froze him. ‘Listen, honey,’ he

uid. ‘When I tell you I've seen a

P pretty | girl there’s no need to
rry

and Uni-} are

dis- | may be that in Hollywood w
) often earn

Is it true that happy marriages



cap and easy to manage when
amp.



CROSSWORD

|

1. The une who sent pride into con

fusion. (9)
8. Easy rut to get into. (7)
%. ot takes a letter to upset a ruse

11. eridentiy she didn’t make 6 Hit.

‘ Colour. (6)
is: A day is ae —put it could
15. Food the Spa management pro-

maa ian speaking. ieaco an
ratively

‘dle. monotonous life. (8)

. Coined without detectives. (3)

. Sounds as though !t should be
new aro can get secondhand
ones. )

Gathered tn fiat rolls for stiten-
Unt fftabl activity. (5)

. Unpro' e

Suitable to finish up with.

Down
cut prune will

(3)

pro-

)
4. Fear an find K.O. Cannon in one

6. Ninde the acs seem different
(4)

somehow. (4
Island of the beer Intake.
$ You find tt more than 4 request
f 200 98. wee = » (4)
ts in & way to orovide
fire, (6)
3 Bolld Sp che then eurely the
wale a? Sandee (4)
aki ali stage umbrellas.
e

esterd! puszle,— Across
basine cote wae

bee ei

BEE rs
7 !
a KH
co







WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY NIGHT at 8.40







ALAN LADD — DONNA REED
in “BEYOND GLORY’
A Paramount Picture ee 2 eet
SSS = —SSSSSSSSSSSsssaS=
ing food |
T= yumerous PLAZA LAST TWO SHOWS TODAY
how | ce 5 & 8.30 pam,
Pind the “aie in the | = Errol FLYNN in “SILVER RIVER”
cellar | AND
or some r of the nae. George BRENT “YOU CAN’T ESCAPE FOREVER”
A is 0 A Warner Double Bill.
ig ail rlarge bowl.with | Wel
wine - isd. | WEDNESDAY & THURSI 5
r and add a handful each | Dane CLARKE in ore IBRACEABL E'Â¥ou
of household soda and salt. } Regis TOOME fe
Stand bottles of milk in this, and | ” MEY in Mary Roberts—Rinc'gorts “NURSE'S SECRET”
it will k t overnight | eee
without ing. iece Se

of slate in the bottom of the











° d the bowl on it;
ee ee 1 but GAIETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES

ch oi Net
covers, reat,

are as ohana as any.

Last Show TONITE MONOGRAM'S Double

‘aay Instalment of Serial “THE CLUTCHING HAND” and

Loadon . ee Be “SUSPENSE” with Belita and Barry Sullivan.

WEDNE




DAY & THURSDAY 8.30 D. m,
tained in one half, and screw Final Instalment of Seria “THE CLUTCHING HAND”
| them up. The set is completed - " a the Action Western.

Rod CAMERO! “ , HAN ”
{with a chatelaine (a long gilt o Nin PAN HANDLE

A Monogram Double

chain which she wears as a neck-
lace or a belt), on which two
larger perfumed bobbles are hung.

Other tricky ideas are a gilded
| English penny set in a bracelet
and given her for luck before she
left. And scatter pins made of
single large pearls or rhinestones

‘I Did It Too’ ——

WHAT I like about...

THE KING . the way he sees
the King as others see him. “I
know what waiting on parade is
like,” he told Trevor Howard, who
had been standing in line for 20
minutes to be presented, “I had to
do it for my father.”

ANNA NEAGLE . . the way
she tries to behave like a typical
film star at a premiere and brings
the blue mink along, then “take it |
like herself and forgets to take it
home.



GLOBE
TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 p. m. CARMEN MIRANDA
“NANCY GOES TO RIO”





BEAT this Pr Programme if you can
Opening FRIDAY, June 23rd, 5 & 8.30 p.m,

“MY FOOLISH HEART”





ROYAL

(Worthings)
Last 2 Shows To-day 4.30 & 8 36
Republic Whole Serial
“THE TIGER WOMAN”
With

LAYNE Linda STBRLING
George J. LEWIS

_—_———

Wed. Nite at 8.30
Madam O'Lindy & Troupe
In

“CARACAS NIGHT”



————SsSsssSS—_*



To-day

EMPIRE |

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ls tials
‘Assemble: 2, Squire:
Bien: ads un

'S,

rarer in show business? It

ives
more than their hus-





yatom: 19.
bands—and that upse
roa psets masculine
“Of course, in our ‘"
: case. 5
PEN LYON, happily, “Bebe hae a ee ee
been supporting me for

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one a perfume container. You un-
screw the two halves, saturate
with scent the cotton wool_con-

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Be Cut Again

THE consumers of electricity must be conservative of
their use of this commodity if they are to avoid cuts in the

power.

The Management has done well in restoring under

graye difficulties, continuous supply and they hope to
continue and even to extend this service but it is imperative



patna e

H.A.M. Beckles
Gets M.A.
From Oxford

(From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, June 14.
Mr. Hilary A. M, Beckles, B.A.
(Dunel.n), B.A. (Oxon.), Deputy
Principal, Queen's College,
Georgetown has been notified by
the Registrar of the University of
Oxford that the Degree of Master
of Arts (M.A.) was conferred on

him in absentia on June 3, 1950
Born on January 13, 1898,
at Bridgetown, Barbados Mr

Beckles was educated at Comber-
mere School, Harrison and Cod-
rington Colleges, Barbados, Exete:
College, Oxford University, Eng-
land, and Ecole Malezieux, Paris,
France He secured the B.A.
(Double First Litt. Ant) at
Durham University, and the B.A.
(Honours Jurisp.) at Oxford, and
later qualified as a barrister-at-
law at the Middle Temple.

Mr. Beckles has taken courses
in Mental Hygiene at Nice and
Intelligence Tests at the London
Institute of Education; and a
post-graduate course in Mental
Health in Childhood at the Lon-

don Institute of Medical Psy-
chology .
Formerly an acting Assistant

Master at Harrison College, Bar-
bados, he joined the staff of
Queen’s College, Georgetown, in
1926 as an Assistant Master and
was appointed Senior Master in
1939. He succeeded Mr. E. O.
Pilgrim, B.Sc., as Deputy Prin-

cipal when Mr. Pilgrim retired
in 1944,

In 1932 Mr. Beckles was
appointed to represent British
Guiana at the British Social

Hygiene Council in London, and
also at the League of Nations
Sixth World Conference on Edu-
cation at Nice the same year.

Sailor Tries To
Swim To Ship

—RESCUED

BERNARD GAVIN, a seaman of
the Harrison Liner “Statesman”
was rescued from drowning in
the Careenage about 2.10 a.m, on
Sunday by P.C. 59 Emptage and
a party of rowboat men.





t'sat consumers co-operate in this effort,

A Notice appearing in another
part of this newspaper tells of the
adjustments to be made and in
an interview with the “Advocate”
yesterday, the Manager, Mr. Ver-
1on Smith, pointed out that since
the serious accidents which
curred to the two new Generating
Set January, and the conse-
quent ineconverience caused to
consumers up to the end of Febru-
ary, the Company had been able
(o maintain a continuity of supply.

‘One of the new Generating
Sets has now been put in a satis-
factory condition by the makers,
Fut the other cannot yet be con-
idered so The other 5 older
Generating Sets are all in need
of major overhauls and this work
will be carried out, one Set at a
time, as soon as possible.

oc-

in

‘One Set nas already been un-
der repair for some time and
should be in operation again by
end of June. By adopting this
method of procedure, we felt
confident that we could have
maintained a continuity of supply
until we receive the new genera-
ting Set in September,

“We had proposed delaying the
overhaul of the largest Set (9006
K.W.) until after the new Set,
due in September, was in commis~
sion, keeping it as a standby anc
only using it in emergencies.

“This Set, however, is under
contract to be reconditioned by
the makers who have now insisted
that this Set be given up for over-
haul immediately as they consider
it dangerous to run any longer,
and we have therefore had to put
it out of commission

“Under these circumstances the
chances of our being able to main-
tain a continuity of supply have
been very greatly reduced. Every
effort will be made to avoid inter-
ruption to supply, by carrying out
essential maintenance work dur-
ing the night, but we wish to in-
form our consumers that there is
again the possibility of our, being
unable to supply the demand at
certain times and in consequence
having to cut off supply.

The overhaul of the Generating
Set in question will take 3—4
months. These conditions have
arisen by circumstances beyond
our control.

"TO THE BEST
PRACTICAL NURSE”

HIS EXCELLENCY the Gov-
ernor in his speech at the Nurses’
Home on Friday said that he had
observed that no layman had
donated a prize for competition
by the nurses and he therefore
proposed to do so, the award to
be made next year to “the best



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Gavin jumped into the Careen-_ practical nurse”’.
age in an attempt to swim to his
ship and got into difficulties, P.C
59 Emptage tirew his cape into
the water, and Gavin held on to
it until a rowboat came to his
rescue.

This narrow escape from
drowning did not daunt Emptage.
He was determined to swim to his
ship and made another attempt
at jumping into the Careenage.
Bystanders prevented him from
jumping over the second time and
he was held in custody by the
Police



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Bridgetown on Thursday, Messrs,
Gardiner Austin & Co., Ltd., told
the “Advocate,” yesterday

Tre “Constructor” is coming
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Graves End
Death
Inquiry
THE inquiry into the death of

Etta Fields a 40-year-old woman
of Lightsfoot Lane was adjourned

until June 22 by Mr. B. Griffith,
Coroner of District “A” yesterday.
The body of Etta Fields wa

found by Alfred Barrow of Chelsea
Road, St. Michael, floating on
Graves End beech about 5.30 a.m
yesterday

Dr. H. L.. Massiah who perform-
ed the post mortem examination
at the Public Mortuary said he
went to Graves End after receiv-
ing certain information and found
a woman's body there Later the
same day the body was identified
by Octavia St. Hill as that.of Etta

Fields.
About 12 Hours

From his examination the wo-
man was dead for about 12 hours
and her apparent age was 40. Both
lungs were full of water and there
were bruises on the forehead, legs
and hands. The nose and lips
were swollen, heart normal and
the stomach contained some water
and undigested food.

In his opinion Etta Fields died
from drowning. Asked about the
bruise on the forehead, Dr. Mas-
siah said that that bruise was most
likely caused by a stone coming
into contact with the head while in
the water.

First witness called after the
medical evidence was Octavia St
Hill who identified the body to
Dr. H. L. Massiah. She said she
last saw Etta Fields alive on Sat-
urday about mid-day. She ap-
peared normal. Fields occasional-
ly complained to her about some
trouble with her house rent.

Yesterday she went to the Pub-
lie Mortuary and saw her body
there-

Lindsay Harris, a Debt Collector
last saw, her alive on Saturday
morning in Roebuck Street when
he spoke to her about the money
he was sent to collect. She told
him that she had received a sum-
mons to appear before the Police
Magistrate for debt. She appear-
ed normal and said that everything
will soon be O.K.

CLERK TRIES TO SERVE
SELF: £3

decision of His Worship
Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell who or-
dered Eric Alleyne of Bank Hall
to pay a fine of £3 or in default
two months’ imprisonment with
hard labour for stealing three
one-pound tins of Australian but-

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OBJECTIONS to the erection of another steel shed at ae ae Sipvibice Tan.’ te. ‘Satie >
ueen’s Park cannot now be entertained as permis si domus, SS. Fylgia, S.S. Esso Spririg-
Q s Pe ' Ww be entertained as permission has | ‘°™ Wider tars igs Maar o
already been given for its erection and the building is North Valley, $8. Mormachun
almost completed, members of the Vesiry said yesterday Selits co
when considering letters from the Arts and Crafts Society | 2
and the Civic Cirele protesting against this building. Seawell
Some members declared thate-= seine =
as a matter of fact this shed would
‘ 5 e Wena re ~ ie tis ARRIVALS—BY B.W.LAL
serve very useful purposes, among Service was a respec table service | Feom Trintaad <
these being the feeding of poor i” that cirele. There was much} William Romero. John Blackman, a.
people whose numbers had risen to be said for and against the; Georne John, Eeooit Bali, Leonore, May
t oS be rlvn McKenzie, omas cKenzie,
so high that the building formerly erection of another shed. He[ Ciigia Evelyn, Millicent Brathwaite, =
secured for the purpose was new thought the time had come when | Cc Scott, Evelyn Percival, Ernest <
too small, Queen's Park was no_ longer | Percival, Herman Mayers, Jane Harti al ;
Worthy to be termed a park. | Poitma™iguvey “Pesce teity “ata | 3 "
Mr. Symmonds said that this Apparently they did not know! Robert Green, Maria Gonsalve: Laat Weipemur Agents ow
new steel shed would prove what the definition for a park | Gonsalves. Jorge Relsker, Carlotta Gon . yi
y 3 * > s . € Paitt, 0 ro. Marie q ag 5
vate 7) He aig to the com- was. They just had to go out of | Miveno’ Seay Minelea, crite Barnet, S.P.MUSSON, SON 6 COLTD- BARBADOS
munity. He did not see how it the island and they would get an | Allison Brown, Daisy Jemincti, Esther
would interfere materially K , Tevierre, Ahamad Kothadiwaila, dasina i
with the beauty of the Park. Kothadiwaila Shrilai Koshi weila, Gor



The

ter costing 10/9 and the property
ef Stansfeld Scott & Co. —_was
confirmed yesterday by Their

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

Stanley Davis said on Aprf® 29
about 10.15 a.m. he was called to
the counter and told that Alleyne
was serving a customer and
checking four pougds of oats.

He asked Alleyne if he had pui
up the parcel and he said yes
He carried the parcel to the end
of the counter and on opening it
noticed that three one-pound tins
of cooking butter came out with
the oats,

In summing up Their Honours
told Alleyne that the case was
clear and there was no question
about it. They did not believe
that anyone told lies on him. Ha
was put in a position of trust and
went and took up some of the
goods and tried to steal them from
the firnr?nat employed him

Alleyne was also ordered to pay
the costs of appeal which amounti-
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| idea of what a park meant |

Mr. Chase said he did agree)
that there should be the erection
of the steel shed but he certainly
did not see that the park should
be used as a soup kitchen. He
felt that the Queen’s Park Com-
mittee should make every effort
to get a suitable site to feed these
people so that the park could be
what it was originally intended to
be, a place of beauty. It was
their duty to provide a special
kitchen somewhere else



ANNU.

Mr. Mottley said that the poor
would always be with them.
Some years) ago’ when they
wanted to get a place in which to
feed the poor, he had suggested
that they should acquire the three
buildings adjoining the Parochial
building. Thy had acquired only
one. Then they had about TOO
people to feed. The number had
since rises to almost 300.

Many who talked about the
Cultural Society did not care
whether they saw people lined
up from Cheapside to the top
of Broad Street under the
fiercest sun or heaviest rain.

If they had to ga into the steel
shed to eat, they would have to
go there until somewhere else had
been got for them. There was no
other convenient place to feed
them at the moment. He quite
realised that a lot of space was
taken up, but better could not be
done. As long as he was a mem~-
ber of the Vestry the poor would
be his first consideration.

Too Late To Mend

But in any case, how could
they sit there after they had
allowed the shed to be brought
to the island and then say it could
not be erected.

Mr. Miller said that the Civic






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Sunday.

The “Thulin” discharged its
cargo and has gone on to Trinidad

Schooners arriving with inter-
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LT

Tuesday, June 20, 1950

SCIENCE TEACHING

THE teaching of science at Harrison Col-
lege has been the bone of contention
between two schools of thought in this

island each of whom can lay claim to
strong arguments in its favour. Now the
controversy has reached the Legislature
and today the Legislative Council will con-
sider a bill to remove the onus of responsi-
bility for the teaching of science from the
shoulders of the Director of Science and
Agriculture.

Those interested in this matter will re-
member the strong stand taken by the first
Director of Science and Agriculture, the
late Professor J. P. d’Albuquerque, in the
Press years ago when a change was
attempted. He held the view, and con-
vinced the majority of its merits, that as
long as the responsibility for the teaching
of science at Harrison College remained
fixed on the Director of Science and Agri-
culture, there was the chance of having
that subject taught by first class men who
came to the Department as officers. If on
the other hand that responsibility was re-
moved, it would mean that teachers who
had merely obtained a degree would be |
appointed to the College staff to teach the
subject. The disadvantage of this arrange-
ment was that, whereas the officers of the
Department were constantly moving on in
promotion allowing the introduction of a
freshness by new officers, it was possible
that mere teachers of the College staff
would remain for many years inasmuch
as they were not scheduled, not being
members of the Colonial Teaching Service.

On the other hand the protagonists of
the change argued that science was but
another subject on the curriculum of the
College and as such should be under the
direction of the headmaster. There were
those who went one step further and
argued that the fixing of the responsibility
for science teaching at Harrison College,
being left in the hands of the Director of
Science and Agriculture, constituted a slur
on the administrative ability of the Head-
master of the College. They argued that
the officers of the Department of Science
and Agriculture were not subjected to the
direction or control of the Headmaster of
the College who was responsible for the
entire curriculum. Because of this the
curriculum had to be arranged, not to suit
the convenience of the College, but that of
the officers teaching science.

After a long public controversy, in which
all those who were interested and qualified
to do so had taken part, it was decided that
the teaching of science at Harrison College
should remain the responsibility of the
Director of Science and Agriculture.

Earlier this month, the House of Assem-
bly passed a bill relieving the Director of
that responsibility and the bill reaches the
Council today.

The teaching of science at the College is
sufficiently important to the island that any
change in the method adopted should be of
the greatest public interest. Within recent
years the number of pupils taking science
has increased to such an extent as to war-
rant new buildings and additional teachers.
It is the proud boast of those concerned
that every pupil of Harrison College who
had taken science within the last twenty-
five years is presently employed. This was
brought out in answer to a criticism that
boys who wanted to escape the rigour of
other subjects scamped that work by taking
science.

The importance of the matter therefore
will be obvious to everyone interested in
the general welfare of the educational pro-
gress of this island. It may be that the
time has come when changed circum-
stances warrant the change-provided by
the amending bill. It may be that the old
argument of having first class men inter-
changed after three or four years teaching
science still holds good. It is a matter
which cannot be lightly pronounced upon.
On today’s decision may well hang the fate
of many a potentially brilliant science
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Risk The Hiss Of Hate? —

BRUSSELS.

The Princess De Rethy, at 34
one of Europe's loveliest and most.
fascinating women, has thrown
the chivalrous capital of Belgium
into a most unchivalrous tizzy.
Will she, won't she, come back
to Brussels with the exiled King
Leopold III.—and if she does,
what then?

Over the royal palace to-night
there flies again the black-gold-
red flag of Belgium. In the gen-
darmerie barracks at Etterbeck
when I drove out this afternoon,
mounted troops in gala uniforms
and bearskins were practising arn
unaccustomed ceremonial. “Yes,”
said the colonel in charge. “It is,
you may say, the royal escort.”

Angry or elated, according to
their politics, the men of Brussels
await Leopold’s arrival—‘in the
first days of July,” the Prince de
Ligny, head of Belgians second
family, told me. But for the wo-
men from Court dowagers to
shopgirls, the “royal question”
comes down to whether the Prin-
cess de Rethy will dare to show
her face in Brussels—except that
they do not call her the Princess
de Rethy. They call her Mrs.
Baels.

Everyone knows — now — that
Mary Lilian Baels was born in
London during the first world
war, had a convent school educa-
tion, first in Highbury, then in
Belgium. The nuns still remem-
ber her high spirits, her vivid
blue eyes and jet pigtails.

The Crash
In 1935 Leopold’s young Queen
Astrid, beloved by the whole na
tion, died in a car crash. The
king himself was at the wheel,

Everyone understood his remorse
and grief.
Mary - Lilliane’s father had

bought a villa next to the royal
residence at Knocke. Mary-Li-
liane was a friend of the king’s
motherless three children. She
scampered with them on the
sands. But also she became the
king’s constant companion at golf
and tennis.

War came, Belgium fought for
five days. Then the first tragic
stroke of fate—the king surren-
dered to Hitler with his army.
You may remember seeing, in the
week before Dunkirk, a news-
boy’s poster in the Strand, “Leo-
pold changes his spots.” Laughs
were few that week.

In December 1941 the nation
was informed that their king had
married secretly in German-oc-



The Socialists





By Charles Foley

(

This zxotic

beauty...
cupied Belgium the Princess de
Rethy.

Bglgium was stunned. The title
of e Rethy was sacred to the
dead Queen Astrid, who had used
it when she wished to travel in-
cognito. Now it had been confer-
red on the king’s second wife
Who was this usurper “Mary-
Liliane Baels.” It was explained,
“the daughter of an honourable
Belgian family.”

Complaints

When tne end wf the war found
Leopold in Salzburg heavy poli-
tical complaints were made
against him, Despite these he
might have flown to Brussels, But
he was no longer alone. There
was the second wife.

While Leopold wavered the
complaints grew. The king, his
enemies said was a curious “pris-
oner of war". He had been to
Berchtesgaden to see Hitler; he
had visited Vienna “to have a
tooth drawn.” And then it appear-
ed that Hitler had added to his
troubles by sending both con-
gratulations and flowers for his
second wedding.

Who was this exotic beauty,
they cried, this false princess who
had dared to take Astrid’s place

Her many enemies discovered
that poor Mary-Liliane, whose
father had held dignified posts in

the Government, had a grand-



For Time

Go-Slow and Dodge: Make Sure of

Winning the Next
By W.J. Brown

Food Minister Maurice Webb
spoke the other night to the wo-
men members of the South Lew-
isham Socialist Party. He made
two prophecies, one of which has
already proved to be wrong.

The one which proved to be
wrong was the prophecy that
nothing would appear in the
Press about his speech. In fact,
every newspaper in Britain has
reported it at some length.

The second prophecy was about
the date of the next election. Any
idea that this would be an early
event would he said, prove to
be “entirely wrong”. “I see no
reason,” said Mr. Webb. “why
we should not go well into next
year.” By “we,” he meant the
Government,

Well, neither da I.

Defeats? Yes

In such a Parliament as this,

the Government, with a majority
which ranges from six to nine,
according to the state of the
weather and the ipvidence of the
common cold, will from time to
time suffer defeats in the division
lobbies.

But if it does, such defeats are
not irremediable. All that will
happen is that the Government
will table, for a date fixed in
advance, & motion df confidence.
On such a motion, all their sup-
porters will be present to the last
man. Even if the Liberals vote
with the Conservatives, the Gov-
ernment will scrape home, and
all, from its point of view, will
be well.

It Must Dodge

But while the Government may
go on for a good while yet, I can
also see every reason why it
should noc, Every reason, that is,
from a national point of view.

For a Government which are
in fact not a Government, but
only an administration, is an im-
mense national liability. As the
condition of their continued ex-
istence, it has to dodge every
serious internal problem, and.
every considerable international
problem.

And their internal and its in-

Election: Then—

ternational
mous.

problems are enor-

The strategy of the Socialist
Party is plain for all to see. If
this Government can hang on for
a year or more, the memory of
the years 1945—50 may bt
expected to become dim

Nothing is more desired by the
leaders of the Socialist Party.
Their experience at the last
election taught them that the sum
total of what they had done wa:
not exactly popular

They wish that what they did
should be forgotten. They wish
to familiarise the country with
the spectacle of a “moderate”
Socialist Government.

Marching On

Moreover, the interval between
now and the next election can be
used to ease and mitigate the
unpopular and irritating controls
at the circumference, without
surrendering any essential powers
at the centre,

If this strategy shou!d result
in a substantial majority for the
Socialists at the next election,
the march towards the complete
collectivist state will be resumed
at the point at which it was left
off.

In a five-year Parliament, the
point of no return, on the road
to totalitarian’sm, would
reached and passed. The rest
would follow.

Now this Government
represent a majority in the coun-
try. The country wavered at the
last election between two fears

One fear was the fear that if
the Tories were returned they
would injure and destroy what
is called the Welfare State

The other fear was that if the
Socialists were returned the road
to the, collectivist state would
have been irretrievably chosen,

The Real Mood

Ne.ther of these two fears
represents the real mood of the
country .

The country is conscious that
its whole position is a false one
It has the uneasy sense that it is
living on foreign aid in a fool's
paradise.

be
be

do not

mother



shell-fish at
she w dubbed
Shrimps.”
Brussels

who sold
Istend. At once
“The Queen of
When I landed in
Airport yesterday they were
laughing over the front page of
Le Peuple, one of the most pow-
erful newspapers in Belgium,
The cartoonist depicted a crowd
outside the royal palace watch-
ing the guard presenting arms as
a limousine sweeps through the
“Whe's



as

gates. ‘ that?” someone
asks. “Queen Baels is receiving
her brother—you know.” Her

brother, it is alleged, refused to
accept military service under the
exiled Belgian Government.

‘
ley Courtesy

It is with such snocking per-
sonal bitterness that the cam-
paign is being run.

Belgium has no Court etiquette
for consorts. My inquiries among
the female arbiters do not en-
courage hopes that\ “Mrs. Baels”
will be received with even the
iciest courtesy. Things that with
any other woman might be passed
with an indulgent smile bring the

hiss of hatred when “she” does
them.
When she bought 20 dresses

from Jacques Fath in Paris, head-
ing the trousseau with a strapless
evening gown embroidered in
go'd and rhinestones it was taken
as a declaration of war on Brus-
sels women. ‘“‘Yes, she is pretty;
enough”, a newspaper columnist
makes the women say, “but give
mea real queen’ instead”—and
they glance at the inevitabie pic-
ture of Queen Astrid.

The Tunnel...

Once before there was a “Lady
of the Palace.” Nearly half a
century ago Leopold II. married
in secret a 16-year old flower girl.
Blanche Delacroix. Her mother
was a washerwoman, her father
a Rumanian hall porter.

The old king installed Blanche
in a villa which communicated
with the royal palace by a sub-
terranean passage. He made her a
baroness. There were two chil-
dren.

One day a mob of shrieking
women surrounded the lady's
coach. They stoned her and tried
to drag her out

The Belgian people have a
harsh way with commoners who
marry kings. It looks as if Mary-
Liliane will need all her charm
and courage in the nation that
her husband has divided.

. .L.E.S.



Are Playing

consciously that Britain is not the|
least worthy among the nations
of the earth. It feels that its pres-

ent position. does not represent lod

real standing in the world.

It desires to achieve that stand-
ing. And there is no reason why
it should not,

Britain controls or influences 38
large an area of the earth’s sur-
face as either the United States
ovr Russia. We ought to occupy a
position not inferior to either.
But while this Government remain

We live in fear of Russia, and
in economic dependence upon the
United States. That is no position
for men of an imperial race.

> What Tactics?

What then, in these circum-
stances, should be the tactics of
the Opposition? It should be t»
pose issues which strike right at
the root of the Socialist policy.

They must be issues not of
detail, on which the Government
can ride away, or on which they
could recover by the device cf
votes of confidence. They must
be issues on which defeat would
inevitably entail an appeal to the
country.

If the Opposition are wise they
will not harry and harass the
Government on the minutiae of
policies. They will concentrate on
the great issues.

Our Shackles

Are we to live in semi-perma-
nent dependence on other people?

Are we to develop the resources
of our own country, and of the
Commonwealth and Empire?

Are we to sink back to the
level of a third-rate Power, with
all our greatness behind us?

Or are we to break through
the shackles which crib, cabin,
and confine us, to assert our
political and economic independ-
ence; to release the natural intti-
ative and gnergy of our people,
and to be®in’ a new and _ better
era for ourselves and the world?

in power Britain will not do so. |

The only answer to one
ideology is another and better
ideology. It is for the Opposition
to make it clear that they

possess one, and to proclaim it
at the top of their voice.
(World Copyright Reserved)

—L.E.S



————

apvoerte| Will Kimg Leopold’s Wife! HOW DO YOU LIKE

penance

YOUR ARSENIC?

HOW do you like your thrillers? Do you
like plain detective stories with well-detined
clues, or American toughies liberally sprin-
kled with kicks in the stomach, or tales of
mystery burgeoning supernatural riddles? Or

what?

In the whole history of man fear has been
a predominating feature, and from the most
ancient folklores up to the presenteSs. 6d.
novel the strongest fear of all, the fear of
the unknown has been inscribed.

{n the words of Dorothy Sayers: “The art
of self-tormenting is an ancient one,” and
it seems that while all of us are afraid, if
not of anything specific then of fear itself,
nearly all of us are filled with an avid curios-
ity about it.

Particularly when we are happy and feel-
ing safe in our surroundings—toes in slippers
or sitting in a deckchair—when in fact, our
own confusions and worries are in abeyance,
do we take pleasure in frightening ourselves
to death, in puzzling ourselves silly over
ciphers or relishing a sordid fight?

WHY READ THEM?

Some of us read thrillers for relaxation,
some for artificial excitement, some as an
intellectual game, and as long as one of these

results is achieved we have not, up to now,|,

cared very much how the books were written.

Granted, many have been written exireme-
ly well — Poe Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie
and Dorothy Sayers, to name but a few, were
and are stylists — but we probably would
not care in the least if they were not.

The split infinitive does not trouble thriller
readers.

In one way, therefore, Georges Simenon’s
huge popularity is somewhat singular. For
though he is one of the most gifted novelists
alive he offers his readers neither relaxation,
excitement nor puzzles—or, at any rate, only
on a very modest scale.

Yet his books, once picked up, cannot be
laid down.
that they involve murderers, thieves and
police detectives, yet their potency lies not
in promoting a desire to find out whodunit—
because quite often Simenon ends a book

4, It knows consciously or sub-| with an unexpected if lifelike anti-climax—

but simply in the excellence of his prose.

So one must suppose his millions of readers
in seventeen languages, though seeking vica-
rious thrills remain, having failed to find
them, absorbed by his words. Which is un-
deniably odd.

Simenon, I am told, has high literary am-
bitions. Writing a thriller every few months
is his way of training himself for higher
ventures.

anybody finds the murderer or not.
takes the gloomiest possible view.

NO ONE TO HATE

In his latest book*, the last story—there are

two—concerns itself with two elderly sisters,
as odious a pair of crones imaginable.

These two can breathe only in an air foul
with mistrust and suspicion. When the hus-
band of one hangs himself and the daughter
decides, in a religious ecstacy, to die — and
does so — the two women are temporarily
lost and terrified because there is nobody left
to hate.

With something like a sigh of relief they
find they can mistrust each other.

This story is a study in mental cruelty.
Arsenic appears briefly on the scene but it
is never used, except as food for thought.

Simenon builds up his characters without
comment or analysis. They confound them-
selves out of their own mouths. The strain

of this family’s hideous life is painted slowly, |

piece by piece, colour by colour, until at the
end one is suffocating in the hot rooms, wad-
ing through brooding silent meals, waiting
for the spying eye and the sound of explora-
tory feet on the stairs — longing to escape, to
rush out of the house into the street, scream-
ing.

CLUES...AND A BODY

But is it a thriller? And is the first story
about a whimsical tramp who steals a mur-
dered man’s money, quite a detective story?
It certainly has, a detective — not dear Mon-
sieur Maigret but his former assistant Lucas
—it has clues and, on the last page, a body;
but the impression it leaves is mainly brand-
ed by Simenon’s concern for the changing
hearts and minds of men doing, or not doing

They are thrillers in the sense |

Certainly each book he produces draws
| further away from criminology and nearer to
psychology. He does not seem to care weet:

e is
merely interested in humanity, of which he

To the Editor, The Advocate—

_Sm,—While greatly in favour of
higher wages for shop assistants,
I would | say that I sympathise
much with the employers who
would like to see greater interest
taken by the assistants, as many
seem to care little about what the
customer wants, and this is bad
for business.

The other day I asked a lady
clerk for lavender. She showed
me every other colour but laven-
der, although it was in her stock:

rhaps lectures would help these
adies to sell better and employ-
ers would have no kick. 2

FAIRPLAY,

Thanks

To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—In a few days’ time the
Barbados Rifle Association’s team
will be leaving for Bisley and 1
should like, on behalf of the Rifle
Association as a whole and the
team in particular, to thank the
Government and the numerous
firms and individuals who have
assisted us generally with funds.

Our thanks are due also to the
multitude of friends who assisted
us by taking part in the various
entertainments which we have
organised during the past year.

This is the first time that Bar-
bados will be represented by a
team at the annual Imperial Rifle
Meeting and I can assure you that
the team, which ] save the hon-
our of captaining, 1s an excellent
one. I am sure that every mem-
ber will perform to the best of
his ability in an effort to repay
the sport-loving community of this
island for their assistance and

encouragement.
LT. COL, J. CUNNELL,
President,
Barbados Rifle Association.
June 16, 195@. us
First Class

To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I have seen in your

columns where the new “window
by the sea” opposite the General
Hospital in Bay Street; seats will
erected for outpatients and

be

visitors to the General Hospital,

In my opinion,,; it is a first
class idea, and the sponsors
should be commended for such a
thought; because for many years
when one happened to pass by
that institution, on Wednesdays,
Saturdays and Sundays, and see
the horrible sight of visitors try+
ing to squeeze and push so as to get
in to see their families and friends,
would always wonder if Barba-
dos was a civilized country or
not

] heartily commend the spon-
sois for such an idea, and am
also looking forward te see
better changes in other directions
so that the people of Barbados
can then boast of progress

L. B. CLARKE
Tudor Bridge,
St. Michael,
June 16, 1650
Small Guns

To the Editor, The Advocate-

STR—Much has been written of
the wicket at. “Old Trafford” in

the test match with implications
that it was so prepared with an
ulterior motive. It will be re-
called that in the first England

innings, Evans scored 104 and
Bailey 82 not out, these two

gentlemen would -hardly claim to
be “Big Guns" in the batting de-
partment, In the West Indies first
innings Stollmeyer 43 and Weekes
52 est scores on the third
day’s play; England’s second in-
nings Edrich 71 and one handed
Hutton, injured in the first in-
nings, 45, West Indies second in-
nings on the same day and sixty
eight minutes of the fourth day;
Stolimeyer 78 and Weekes 28. No
Sir, if it is claimed that Evans
and Bailey won the test for Eng-
land, it is evident that the “Big
Three” who contributed 38 in the
second innings lost it for the West
Indies.

Throughout the match the fine
weather that prevailed has been
scribed as phenomenal for a
test match at “Old Trafford”.

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‘aris.

The English detective story with its astute
but seemingly sept detectives, with its be-

loved Sherlock Holmes,

1 with Hanaud, Father
Brown, Poirot and Lord Peter Wimsey grew, |

via Edgar Wallace, into, and eventually be-
came submerged by the Américan idiom.

Influenced by such writers as Ellery Queen,

Dashiell Hammett and Erle Stanley Gardner,
the old footprint measuring, what were you |

doing at 2.7 style has almost entirely disap-

peared. We like our detective stories hard-|
boiled and given to us with a punch.

any rate we did.

But Simenon’s success makes me wonder |
whether we aren’t developing a taste for in-|
vestigating wicked thoughts rather than|

wicked deeds?

‘Poisoned Relations.
Paul, 9s. 6d)

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In The Court of Common Pleas:



IN A NOISY ‘WORLD

Brother And Sisters Squabble:
Who Owns $500 House?

A SQUABBLE between a sister
on one side and a brother and
another sister on the other, over
the question of who owns a $500
chattel house at Durant’s Land,
Christ Church, reached the Court
of Common Pleas __ yesterday.
Hearing of the case continued all
day and will be resumed at
10.30 a.m, to-day,

Parties in the suit are,
Viola Greenidge (plaintiff)
and Constance Greenidge
and Arnold Greenidge (de-
fendants). Viola Greenidge
claims she is the owner of the
house that Constance ani
Arnold are occupying.

She wants them to return
the house or pay its value.

The deéfendants are denying
that the house is Viola's and that
they are or have been detaining
it. They deny too that they have
ov are occupying the house
without the consent of the plain-
tiff. Alternatively they claim
that they are joint owners of the
house, and finally the defence is
that even if the house is Viola’s,
her cause of action was bad under
the Statute of Limitations.

His Honour the Chief Judge,
Sir Allan Collymore, is presiding
over the Court and a special jury
is empanelled. Counsel for the
plaintiff is Mr. D. H. L. Ward,
instructed by Messrs Hutchinson
& Banfield, and the defendants
are represented by Mr. W. W.
Reece K.C., instructed by Mr.
D. L, Sarjeant.

Viola Greenidge, the plaintiff,
told the Court that the house
originally belonged to her father.
The house was levied on by Mr.
R. H. B. Ward for rent, and Mr.
Ward bought it for $41,

In November 1928, she pur-
chased the house back from Mr.
Ward, paying him the same $41.

(Receipt produced). From that
time until the present time she
had been paying rent for the

spot on which the house stood.
Her father had left and was
living in Maxwell Road. She, her

sister Constance and a_ niece
lived in the house until October
in 1948.

In 1945 Arnold Greenidge came
to her one day at the shop where
she worked in Lodge Road, and
asked her if she had received a
message from him. He asked her
to let him stay at the house un-
til he obtained another place of

residence because he and _ his
wife had separated. She had
agreed and he lived there from

that time.

One night in October 1948, she
had a_ misunderstanding with
Constance, and Arnold gave her
a push. She asked him to leave
and he did not, so she brought
him before the magistrate. The
magistrate told her she would
have to go to the higher Court.

At this stage plaintiff produced
a rent book for the land, dated
from 1947 to 1950.

She valued the house at about
$500. including the shedroof and
kitchen,

After the case before the mag-
istrate, she souyht legal advice.
She went with a witness named
Mr. Warner and demanded the
house from Arnold and Constance
The last two said they wanted to
h&ar nothing. That was in 1949.

To Mr. RKeece: There were
other cases before the magistrate
between myself and my brother
and sister. I brought them up
under the Petty Trespass Act. I
gave evidence before the Magis-
trate in the Petty Trespass case.
Mr. Dear who had_cross-exam-
ined her had showed her a letter
from a brother of hers in the
U.S.A., named Hilary.

It is not true that Hilary sent
the money to purchase the house
so as to save it for all of us. I
have never lived in a house with
a man named Adolphus Moore.
T never left the house before 1948.

I am living with a man named
Estwick
All of Constance’s children

were born in the house. Con-
stance lived there, and she has
never paid a penny in rent. On
many occasions I have told Con-
stance that the house was mine.

In 1927 Arnold was living in
Below Rock. He did not go with
me to Mr. Ward when I was

buying the house, Arnold did not
go to Mr. Ward before I went.

I cannot remember the amour't

of rent for which the house was
sold I cannot remember how
much I used to work for then
I used to make extra money by
raising stocks. I was mustering
money before I bought back the





house. I do not know how old I

ara. In 1927 I was fairly
young woman

Re-exar used to sleep

> time. I used



odge Road

To the Court: Arnold is two
years younger than I am. Con-
stance is the last child. That is
what I heard my father say. I
do not know how old they are.

Charlies M. Laurie of Mt. Hill,
St. George, said he was Gov-
ernment Auctioneer of Dist. “B”
He produced the Government
Auctioneer’s cash book which has
to be audited. It is kept by the
auctioneer himself. That was a
man named Mr. J. H. Thorpe.
It is audited by the Auditor Gen-
eral.

According to the entry in that
book the house was levied on by
Mr. R. H. B. Ward in the suit
of R. H. B. Ward vs, A. Green-
idge. The sale was on January
18, 1927. Mr. Ward bought it
back.

Eric Warner of Montrose,
Christ Church corroborated plain-
tiff’s story about the visit she had
paid to the house in 1949 demand-
ing possession from Constance
and Arnold.

To Mr. Reece: I read the
letter to both people. It was
signed by Mr. D. H. L. Ward

Ena Bynoe of Lodge Roai,
Christ Church said she was 46
years old. She remembered that
there was a sale of the house in
1927. Mr. Branker Trotman the
auctioneer came first, then Mr.
Thorpe came.

A few months after it was sold
she accompanied Viola Greenidge
to Durant’s yard. She saw Viola
give Mr. Ward money, and Mr.
Ward gave her a receipt.

After that Viola and Constance
were living in the house. Then
a niece named Sylvia Greenidge
went there in 1936 and had a
baby. Around 1945 Arnold ask-
ed Viola in my presence to allow
him to stay at the house because
he and his wife could not agree
Viola agreed.

To Mr. Reece: It was about
1.30 to 2 p.m. on a Monday that J
accompanied Viola to Durants
Mr. Ward is dead, so is Mrs. Ward
I did not know the name of the
other man I saw there.

I am always at Viola’s house

Sometimes Viola used to sleep
there after she was living with
Estwick. After the misunder-

standing between Viola and the
other two — I think in 1948 —
Viola moved her furniture to
Estwick’s sister’s home.

On the day that Viola agreed
to allow Arnold to stay there, |
was present during the conversa-
tion, During that time Sylvia
Greenidge passed and went
through the gate. I do not know
whether she heard the converss-
tion.

Immediately after we returned
from Mr. R. H. B. Ward, Viola
went straight into the house.

Eric St. George Ward, son ol
the late Mr. R. H. B. Ward said
he would know his father’s signa-
ture if he saw it.

Shown the receipt, witness said
he had seen it in the lower court.
There was a similarity between
the signature on the receipt
and that of his father, but he could
not swear definitely that it was
his father’s signature on the re-
ceipt. 54

Witness produced a book which
his father used to keep. It was
dated 1926. There were signa-
tures in it by his father.

To Mr. Reece: — | am fairly cer-
tain that the signature on the re-
ceipt is not my father’s. I admit
there are certain similarities.

Mr. Ward re-called said
house is on Durant’s Land. The
land rent was paid by Viola
Greenidge. He could only trace
the records about seven years
back.

Sylvia Greenidge now of Water
Hall Land, St. Michael, said she
was the daughter of Etheline
Greenidge or Haynes. Continuing
she told of having seen Arnold
come to stay at the house on Dur-
ant’s Land.

the

This closed the case on behalf
of the plaintiff.

Constance Greenidge, one of
the defendants. said she was 44
years old. The name of her father
was Albert Greenidge. Her mother
died in June. 1925. She (witness)
was then living at home. Viola
Greenidge was not living at home
then. After her mother died
Albert Greenidge married another
woman and lived in Maxwell.

The new Mrs. Greenidge and
Viola could not get along, and
Albert Greenidge decided to sell

the house.

The house was eventually sold
by Mr. Thorpe in January 1927.
Albert Greenidge was then living
in Maxwell. All that time she and
a niece named Josephine were
living in the house in dispute

Mr. Ward bought the house, and
the “boys in America” were asked
for help. The boys sent $58.00. It





came to Viola, and she called
Arnold and rec >d $46.00 to
him. $41,00 was what Mr. Ward
had bought the house for, and

$5.00 was for rent.
Arnold went to Mr
money.

She (witness) continued to live
there, Viola asked Arnold to al-
low her to live there. He did, In
1945 she bought a house in Gall
Hill and began to do business with
Estwick,. During all the yeals
she (witness) had lived there
She was born there and she had
all her children there

Arnold got married in Decem
ber, 1936 and went to live at Be-
low Rock with his wife. Around
October, 1945 he came to the
house. He related a story about
himself and his wife, and from
that date he slept there

Viola and
Ward with the

In 1945 Sylvia Greenidge was
not living there. Viola was then
in Lodge Road with Estwick.

Viola had stock and furniture at
the house. In 1948 Viola, Arnold
and [ had a dispute which led us
to Dist. “B” Police Court.

Viola sold out some of the stow:
and carried some down to Lodge
Road, Then Viola and Ena Green-
idge moved out all the furniture
Arnold and she continued to live
in the house. The house was moved
last year on May 21. It is still
on Durant’s Land. She had never
left the house.

During those years she and Viola
had never had any _ discussion
about whose property the house
was. Viola paid the land rent
when she was working at Durants.

To Mr. Ward: My father want-
ed to get rid of the house through
Branker Trotman. From the time
that it was transferred by Mr.
Ward, the land rent was put in
Viola’s name. The money trom the
U.S.A. came in a letter addressed
to Viola, Arnold was not “station-
ary” at the house then, He used
to go and come. I never worked at
a Mrs, Clarke in Black Rock

Viola was living
long before 1945. She still lived
at the house at Durants, Eventu-
ally Viola told me I would have to
leave. She told Arnold so also.
I was never served with a notice
to quit. The first time Viola told
me I would have to leave was in
1948. Warner did not tell us to
leave when he came to the house
with my sister. He read no letter
to me, nor did I get a letter by
post.

I do not know in whose name
the receipt was written. I never
made any inquiries I am not a
part owner in the house,

Re-examined: The money
came from America to buy back
the house. I have been living
there all these years.

Arnold Greenidge said that
when he and Viola went to Mr
Ward with the money, he told M1
Ward he could write the receipt
in the name of either of the boys
in America. Mr. Ward told him
not to be a fool, that he was buy~
ing it for him. Mr, Ward did
not have any stamps at home, so
he gave him an acknowledgement
for the money. The acknowledge-
ment had been misplaced.

“The house belongs to me until
my brother feels like coming for
it.” I let Viola pay the land ren*
so that if I died my wife could
not claim the house

To Mr. Reece It was Con-
stance who wrote to the boys in

with Estwick

America for help. I own the
house as agent for my brother ‘n
America

At this stage

was adjourned

Caribbean
Commission

Members Arrive

Mr. W. H. Courtenay, M.L.C.,
British Honduras, and a member



of the Caribbean. Commission,
and Mr. J. K. Thomson, Colo-
nial Attache, Washington, (for-
merly with the Trinidad Govern-
ment) arrive in Barbados to-mor-
row to join Sir George Seel, Brit-
ish Co-Chairman of the Caribbean
Commis n

The other West Indian member
of the Caribbean Commission, the
Hon’ble Garnet Gordon, is at
present attending the Empird
Press Union Conference in Can-
ada and will not be attending the
meeting of the Caribbean Com-
mission which opens in Mar-
tinique next week

Sir George See] and party leave
Barbados on Sunday



What's on Today

Meeting of Legislative Coun-
cil at 2.00 p.m.

Meeting of House of Assem-
bly at 3.00 p.m.

Mobile Cinema at Checker
Hall Plantation Yard, St.
Lucy at 7.30 p.m.

Police Band at Indoor Con-
cert, Mental Hospital at
8.00 p.m.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE FIVE



Sweep Prize
Rises To
$28,424

—-SO FAR

TO THE PKESEN« the
First Prize for the 2/- Sweep

U’

of the Barbados furf Ciub Aua-
Summer Meeting is $28,424, but
there is still six weeks before tnis
meeting is held and many more
Series will be sold

Tne First Prize at last year's

Mi.-Summer Meeting was $32,164
and on that occasion up to Series
We was solid. For tne present
meeung they are now selling
Series LL—si Series have already
been sold out.

In an interview with the Advo-
caie yesterday, Mr. Gordon Lewis,
Manager oft the b.T.C., said that
he expects this years First? Prize
to exceed last years by about
tive Series, :

O RAIN FELL in Bridgetown
St. Andrew or St. Lucy over
the week-end while small amounts
were recorded in the

other par-
ishes. From Saturday and up to
six o'clock yesterday morning

only one inch and nine parts were
recorded.

Of this 25 parts. fell in St.
George. The other returns were:
Station Hill District 12 parts, St.
Philip 12 parts, St. Thomas. six
parts, St. Peter 12 parts, St. Joseph
ten parts, St. James six parts and
St. John 24 parts.

The heat wave in the City con-
tinues. The temperature yester-
day evening was 86° Fahrenheit
in the shade.

HE MOBILE CINEMA | will
give a Show at Checker
Hall Plantation yard to-night for
the benefit of residents of the
Checker Hall area of St. Lucy
ROM ABOUT SIX O'CLOCK
yesterday morning residents
of the country districts could be
seen gathering at the Agricultural
Department awaiting an interview
with Mr. D. A. M. Haynes, Man-
ager of the Peasants’ Loan Bank,
who is distributing the Labour
Welfare Fund. Five hours later
about 350 left and went home
after being interviewed,

Approximately 2,500 application
forms have already been given
out by Mr, Haynes and about 800
have been filled and returned to
his office.

The applicants are from all over
the island and are applying for
loans to carry out repairs and
make additions to their homes.

LARGE CISTERN at Queen's
Park, near the Park House,
has recently been knocked down
it is understood that this cistern
has not been used for a long time

The new Steel Shed is nearly
completed. Gutters are now
being erected. Unlike’ the old
Shed, this one is surrounded with
wooden rails instead of wire net-
ting.

ARPENTERS, MASONS

well as other skilled and un-
skilled workmen could be seen
queueing outside the Employment
Agency at Queen’s Park from
early yesterday morning.

These men were renewing their
registration. This is done every
month and if the Agency does not
see a workman during the renew-
ing period, it is considered that
he is either employed or no more

as

needs the assistance of the
Agency
HE JEWISH CEMETERY at

Synagogue Lane because of
the recent rains, is beginning to
look like a small equatorial forest
The large quantity of vines,
which before only grew on the
ground, are now running up the
trunk of trees and intermingling
with the branches.

From one point it is impossible
to overlook the cemetery because
of the thick vines hanging through
the air. Most of the marble slabs
over the burial spots are covered
with vines and cannot be seen,

Only the four graves, in which
people were buried recently can
be seen from a distance.

Apart from the increasingly bad
conditions of the Cemetery, the
walls surrounding it are also badly
in need of repairs and it is likely

that consistent showers may
cause the greater part of this
to topple over
HERE WERE ONLY ‘wo
traffic offences over the

week-end. One man was charged
for riding on the running board
of a ‘bus and a motorist was
charged for not having parking
lights.

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Dean Hutchinson
Resigns From Vestry

WHEN the Vestry of St.
aid by members to Dean Hutchinson, Rector of the
and Chairman of the Vestry, for the manner in which
he has carried out his cuties as Chairman of the Vestry
during his five years in this office.

was
paris

into retirement next week.

Mr, Bryden told Dean Hutchin-
son: I wish to say that during the
years you have been Chairman
of the Vestry, we haye all had
the greatest confidence in the man-
ner in which you have discharged
the very troublesome and onerous
duties of the office. To be Chair-
man of this Vestry is not an easy
matter. There have been occa-
sions I daresay when your patience
has been sorely tried, but I feel
sure that everybody has always
been absolutely satisfied with
your ruling. Certainly we could
not have had a better Chairman
than you have been for the past
few years

We very much regret that you
are leaving us but we hope that
you will be spared many years to
enjoy a well earned retirement

I would now move that the
Vestry place on record their ap-
preciation of the impartial man-
ner in which you have presided
over their meetings,

Mr. E. D. Mottley,
seconded the motion

The Dean replied and said: 1
am very grateful to you and to
the members of the Vestry for
your kind words I quite agree
with you that the Chairman of
the Vestry has a very difficult

M.C.P

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HORSE HILL 2AM defeat-

ed a team from Burke’s
Village by 10 runs in a cricket
match played at Maple grounds,
St. Joseph on Sunday.

The Burke Village's scores were
30 and 53 while Horse Hill made
45 and 48. A Bailey was Horse
Hill’s best bowler capturing 11
wickets) for 29 runs. Whitfield
best scored 38 in the Horse Hill
second innings.

On the day before, a St. John
team defeated the Horse Hill XI
by six wickets,

ERALD YEARWOOD of Rock

Hall, St. Thomas, was i\-
Jured on Sunday at about 10.30
a.m., after falling from a bicycle
along Pleasant Hall, St. Peter.

He was riding his bicycle in
the direction of Applegrove when
the front wheel struck an embank-
ment

WO BICYCLES WERE in-

volved in an accident along
Church Village Road, Christ
Church at about 1.30 p.m. on

Sunday. One was owned and rid-
den by Bailey Hutson of Chureh
Village and the other owned and
ridden by James King of Pad-
more Village, St, Philip.

Both Hutson and King were
injured, Hutson was taken to
the General Hospital and detain-
ed,

N ACCIDENT OCCURRED on
Bush Hall Road at about

9.00 p.m. on Sunday between a
bicycle owned and ridden by
William Sarjeant of Hothersa!

Turning and another owned and
ridden by Wilbert Nurse of Cod-
rington

Both cycles were damaged

FIRE OF UNKNOWN
ORIGIN, which broke out at

Wellrose St, Lucy at about 10
pm. on Saturday destroyed a
cow pen and a heap of trash,

total value $10, property of Clyde
Boyce of Wellrose.
A SMALL HOLE ABOUT two
feet deep and g foot in
diameter was made when a sec-
tion of the road near Dr, Roberts’
residence in Black Rock fell in
This part of the road is a corner
and there is a tunnel flowing un-
derneath. Workmen yesterday
started to repair it and have dug
up a considerable part of the
road. There is a sign post at this
hole and pedestrians and motorists

should be very careful when
passing this area.
RUCILLA INCE of Maxwell

Hill, Christ Church reported
that her house was broken and
entered over the week-end and a
auantity of glassware removed

oe MILLAR of Brereton

Village, St. Philip report-
ed the loss of a flannel pants
from a garage while Haefer
Drakes of Dukes Alley reported
that he missed a shirt from his
room on Sunday.

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Dean Hutchinson goes

WHY NOT TRY THE :
CELEBRATED

task at some times It is quite]
fimpossible to please everybody}
and I feel that at times I have}!
made rulings which have not met'|
with the approval of every mem-j)
ber. This is something, how: ||
ever, which a Chairman has to,
face, It is true that I have at-
tempted to the best of my power
to hold the scales evenly and t
see that the Agenda be followea
without too many interruptions
or deviations

I also want to thank member:
for their kindness to me, their
patience and their friendliness
On several occasions when things
had not gone too smoothly at a
meeting, members chiefly con-
cerned would speak to me after-
wards and explain that whatever
had happened nothing was meant
to be personal. I feel I can sas
that we have all got on very well
together.

WE HAVE RECENTLY RECEIVED A NEW
SHIPMENT INCLUDING

GENTS’ OXFORDS

IN PRIME CUT WILLOW CALF (BROWN)
AND BOX CALF (BLACK)

EACH QUALITY IN 4 DIFFEREN’ LASTS AND
FITTINGS—WITH AND WITHOLT
RUBBER HEELS.

“KK” SHOES

ARE MADE IN ENGLAND FROM THE
FINEST MATERIALS PROCURABLE
AND WE HAVE A SHAPE AND A FIT-
TING FOR ALL NORMAL FEET.

The Time Is Coming

I know the time is coming anc
[ think it will be a good thing
when the Rector of the parist
will no longer be Chairman of
the Vestry. I suppose the Maude
Report will be implemented in
due course and the Vestry changed
into a Corporation, I believe from
the vote you gave last year when
the matter was discussed, that
you have all agreed this is likely
to happen, I think so as well and
that the church should be severed

|

BUY ‘K’ AND BE SURE OF FOOT COMFORT

from this particular part of
vg work, I thank you all very AND SATISFACTION.
Mr. MeD Symmonds also
wished the Dean many happy m = eee
vears of retirement, and added: ' ;
“IT hope that cven though — the , BROAD - ST.
church be severed from the Ves- HARRISON S \
try its influence will continue to! LOCAL = AGENTS

shape our lives and the lives of
the citizens of this country.”

Housing Board

A letter from the Secretary of
the Housing Board informed the

Vestry that his Board has been
negotiating with the Electric
Company for the installation of

13 lamps in the area on the south
side of Beckles Road, which has
been replanned; he pointed out!
difficulties in connection with the
lighting of one road, and asked
the Vestry if they would install
a lamp_ obliquely opposite Bay |
Estate House, which would servo
a dual purpose—that of lighting
a portion of Beckles Road, and
also the road referred to akove
It was devided that the Chyreh-
warden, the Secretary of the
Housing Board and the Electric
Company representatives should
meet and discuss the matter.
A letter was received from Rev
F. C, Pemberton asking the Vestry |
for financial assistance towards the
cost of repairing the gap to St
Paul's Chapel |
The Chairman explained that |
he knew Rev. Pemberton had
raised a portion of the money for
the repairs but it was certainly
insufficient to meet the entire cost



After some discussion it was de-
cided that the Churchwarden
should offer the difference be
tween the amount already raised
and the cost of the work.

At the close of the meeting
with the Vestry resolved into
Committee, the Chairman told the
members that he agreed with the
principle of converting the Dean-
ery into Secondary Girls’ School, ,
but he thought there were some
legal technicalities which, in his
opinion, should he gone into care-
fully.

It was agreed to call a meet-'
ing on Thursday at which would
be invited the Bishop. the Vestry’s
legal advisers and the Registrar











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DIED y pen tARIsH OF ST” ANDREW cases Jurisdiction) HELP i tecruiting of Women Police will take place at the Polige Train-
DERS will be receive DOROTHY CLOT IS | ¢ rep ‘ ing School, District “A” a 10 a y W day 21st e
— | FOR RENT undersigned up to day sees a MORRISON a | commmteer Hel 7 gE Sees ; 1950 ; , ie ae rs sis
SMITH—FLORENCE. Yesterday at her For a loan of £1,000 under the St Plaintift: |"Byways". Rockley New Road. Phone | Qualifications

residence 2nd Avenue, Nurse Band, == Andrew Church Roof Ac s BEATRICE ELOIS TILSO! oa Pore f }

Carrington’s Village. Her funeral will ——=—=~ | ete of interest not to Siecedtns ae Defecdunn: " » pe 20.6.1 F8 | Applicants must be between 19 and 25 years of age and possess

leave her late residence this afternoon HOUSES per annum : . OVERSEER “ the Elementary educational alificat f Stands rd V ie

at 4.15 for the Cathedral Church and ———— Signed C. A. SKINNER iN pursuance of an Order in this| , An experienced field ; : : ucational qualifications of Standard VII or over
thence to the Westbury Cemetery _APARTMEN' ; R. Court in the above action made om the | Cverseer. Apply to the Manager, Frore Pay and Allowan
3 T—One furnished rt Vestry Clerk P Pp 6 i —

Fritnds are asked to attend ment at Coral Sands, on Sea, with Silver y Clerk, Isth day of April 1960, I give notice | Pilgrim Plantation. 20.6.50-2n | The pay of a Policewor listment $52.00 per +t
Mrs. Lillan Gilkes USA) Beryi an Mnen if 9 naped o » with Silver 128.608: St. Andrew © all persons having any estate, right : | ws s oman on enlistment is $52.00 per month
Smith (daughters): Cora, Melia Joan, temlade Wel Sane - For further par-| 1" -?: ° or interest in or any lien or incum-| 4 LADY—for Office work. Previous |rising by annual increments of $48.00 up to $80.00 per month

Galinds- tee aeteed ty atone - ALMA LASHLEY BAR’ : brance affecting All that certain piece | *XPerience not essential Apply by & Promotion: to Non Commissioned Rank is on merit
Ruby Pollard (Niece). ede 21.5.50 BADOS MUTUAL BENEFIT] ° parcel of land (formeriy part of a} letter and in person, L. M. B. Meyer A Wash Allowance 9 ¢ a :

20.6.50.—1n.|_ _BUENO-VISTA—Two Mile #1 ; SOCIETY lorger area of land containing by ad-| & Co., Ltd 17.6.50-T.F.N j ashing Allowance of $2.00 per month is also payable.
furnished, drawing, eines ee s ane 7 hereby given that a Special tiyenity co oo ag Saetaneats] Uniform
i w . a ,e Soc ¥ uls ‘ .
IN MEMORIAM bedrooms: jail madern | conveniences: | will “be held at the ‘Registered Office, | Cjuch formed part of the lands of Moun | MISCELLANEOUS | Free uniform is provided. R. T. MICHELIN,
Pply to iss Sybil] 48, Swan Street. Brid A apham mtation) situate in tho 5 or > ~
3 : s s . town, ct 3 © } Commissioner of Police.
In loving memory of our dear beloved {inds, Two Mile Hill. 18.6.50—2n.]| pm. on Monday, aan June, 1950, Cpa re 7 Se iae tx: str ns | ROARDERS Cool totntortable Room | sa
mother and grandmother CONSTANCE WAN. the purpose of:— (1) Reconsiderat oresaid containing by admeasurement | and Puli Board available to Visitors | |
BREWSTER who departed this life on] GARAGE nan Coen the Purpose of:— (1) Reconsideration] thirty seven and two seventh perches or | to Trinidad. Near Queen’ Park Savan ~ =<
June Soth 1949. _GARAGE — near Concord Rockle: bi y, (2) Considera-| thereapouts abutting and boundi on! nah. Write Mrs. Bleeding gurns, sore mouth, or loose ‘eeth
94 Nev ¥| tion of certain suggestions la ing Stone, 80 Dundonald
x visas veer a Saetul rend New _ Road. Phone 3261. Mrs. Arthur ag gegertions from the} lends of F. L. J. Roberts om lands of , Street, Port-of-Spain. zt mean that you are a victim of Pyorrhea or
g Ridgeway Committee and (3) dealing with any] the Estate of Sol 6.6.50.—12n.| Trench Mouth, or some bad disease that
Gh. par We -sEwaye could depend, 17.6.5 ether matters before the meeting lands of Merinaas datibaet Martine ‘ nd , SAGRENEaee laree, teabeliinn incase will eventually cause you to lose “ai vous mma 3
Every hour in some sweet day 7.6.50—2n By Order of the Committee,| 07 the Public Road shee cl = oul —Very large travelling trunk | ceeth and have to wear false teeth before iene aenraennesie a oe aie
Her. beautiful. memory comes our - BIHALOM ee —_—______ Ew . head or tener kno: as Claphay)| extra strong or large linen wicke: | your time. Since the great World War :

saa: NGALOW—Attractive and airy ' . ALLEYNE, hoe — reve else the same may abut; basket lined. Phone Williams 8221 | ‘hese mouth diseases have spread through - MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEA- Eee
iti Seciea. Gan eae bungalow, “Moorlands”, on St. James| Secretary 1 a 14.6. 50--6n, | out the world so that now scienti ay | LAND LINE LTD, (M.A'N.Z LINE) "
ii wands tats. can c oast, near Appleby, comfortably Pte 18.6.50-2n.} © acts ee, an scoovnit of thate | ———————___ s | chat four out of every five people are suf- noctetene

‘ vis ane ay . . as —_—_——-— ———- - h v NESSES, - Cy 4, & Ss “0 sei Ww .
That which is lost ow year today Prone ee every convenience ane | erie aes inmate’ an we a ere | we ee 1Sct_ gold watch chain ave eee tian Eeiete te te toe ane ss CITY OF DIEPPE” - sails| The M.V DAERWOOD" wil!
pinitie and Doris (daughters), Kathleen, } Beautiful sea — view saeh and Garage.; NOTICE me on any "Tuesday, or Friday between | lchards & Son, Mc Gregor St | because they often cause not only the Adelaide May 19th. Melbourne June accept Cargo snd ‘Passengers fo
joreen, Molly, Millicent, and Dolly} Suitable fo rom lounge BARBADOS. the hours of 12 (moon) and 3 o'clock in} 18.6 50-—-2n_ | of teeth, but also chronic rheumatism and | 2". Sydney June Mth, Brisbane June St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada
(grandchildren) (three srentcgrands) « taking Big Sa ig ses IN THE ASSISTANT COURT a See the Office of the! | beers a aot inate tah arriving at Trinidad about July 21st eos Date of sailing to be
6.50—1n | Dial 3589 ‘olony OF APPEAL erk oO! e Assistant Court of Appesl : | Dis ry S.¢ ‘pe ELLINGTON" sails Otised
rm 20.6.50—in| RE WORKMEN’S COMPEN at the Court House Bridgetown, before | July/August. — Brisban ly s
's SATION . fore , | Saves Teeth e early August es :
—— the 2ist day of June 1950, in order that OR Melbourne mid J N land The MV T.B. RADAR” will
omebeLaniare OR LEASE Notice is scsiheee ohvia. tint Frederick such claims may be rar Sh Maen LIQU LICENSE NOTICE actin Mente Tere eek teats Amawten Sydney mid Tut arriving ‘Trinided accept Cargo and Pa ngers for
FOR SALE ssiseer oe te Hastings; fully furt-| Rice of Road View, St. Peter, employed to a nature and priority thereof re-" The application of DARRELL | auick way. It penetrates right to the root sbout 9th September St. Vincent, Grenada a Trint
. approved tenant, available | by M 7 spectively; otherwise such persons wil] STEEDE hold te 7, | of the trouble, stops ms from bleed! These vessels have ample space fo gad sailing Thursday %2nd June
> ene | Jtily 15th. Dial 2728, Mrs. R. Cheesman. c * ss R. =. G. Challenor a | be precluded from the benefit of the 492 of 1950 er of liquor license No. | the very first day ae dh pasin| chilind? babe tteains cont eae
——<—_—= ee a ‘aptain of Barge, fell into the sea whilt | said Decree, an n overs 990 granted to him in respect 7 ae aon ‘ AUTOMOTIVE oh tee 2 Mie 16.6.50—3n.. tallying sugar aboard a barge and died| claim an or pe Bs Geprived of | fll) of premises viz:— a two storey Seeded Tet aae eRe taicice ete eee OL incinte witht hatehtontet oe teiAtane doe
| 2s a result of drowni * ‘ property ing situate at corner Mason . = 1 to ee - | leading with transhipment at Trinidad for BW. SCHOONER OWNERS
ee FIAT -- Modern mi-f wing and that Com Claimants are also notified that they 5. ason Hall St. &/| WW. B, shows the results that Amosan usera | british G a "
CAR—Offers will be received by me] With 3 Large Sedroome and manned ace pensation has been paid into Court must attend the said Court on Wed-| Emmerton Lane, St. Michael for per-| g¢t: “I suffered from Trench Mouth and Ce ae Winaswabe and ASSOCIATION (INC)
up to 4 p.m on Thursday the 22nd convenience at Blue Waters’ Terrexe For All the Dependants of the above- nesday the 2ist day of June 1950 at 10/ folfewit “Wa sme ssid. license at the aah eee — eth a eet ier teat, | FU . °C
June 1950, for the sale of one De Soto | P@'ticulars to inspect please phone 8279. named deceased are hereby required! O'clock @.m. when thelr said claims wonton eet we A wall and! ihe several other teeth wore’ werting RES, SRY # CO. WTD;, pint ee
uh foah- ihoiel hicks San Wk: aaenh At eso. %,.| 12 Appear at the Assistant Court of Appeal | Will be ranked. See cuilding at Baxters Ra. Ttown | ooser all the time. T tried many things and bp gly gah
Dear’s Garage, Hastings, Christ Church eee +; on Wednesday the 12th day of July 1960 Given under my hand this 18th day, Dat net then heard of this new discovery Amosan, DA COSTA & CO. LTD.,
D. L. Hoyte, P. OG. Box 58 Bridgetown “GLENRISE”, — Erdiston Hill, st.j “2° o'clock a.m, of April 1950 led this 16th day of June, 19° in 24 hours after using Amosan my guins Agents, Barbados —==—=.
; Bridgetown. | Michael, Fully Furnished. 3 bedroome | et ‘is 1th day of June i960 I. V. GILKES. | Sed ERNEST BOYCE roe eae atten ta. three gave and In OO
7 \ \ Indefinite period. Available now Apply ig csp ge Ane sae ee mene Te win —~c. L. W. a arr two oka tt ind that my I seen thw te PA AGES
- - , . Cle C \ al. ‘Oo: + ALWYN, E wo weeks sund that my loose teeth were
CAR_One 1047.8 HP. Austin. con.;'° CARRINGTON & SEALY. Ag. Clarke, A.C.A { » Esq., u SS.
dition excellent. Phone 2869, C. R.| 20,6.50—3n | 17-6-50—Sn. eres 94 District aa cat ot ood eee aes oe | TO IRELAND
Applawhate 00 60380) LL ee Guaranteed j s
, | “MELROSE VILLA"—Collymore Pock NO N.B.This application will be consid- \ Antilles Products Ltd., Roseau, D i
; a A : ; oi ; § +, Roseau, Dominica, offer pass: t
- re _ . | upstairs, 4 Bed 7 os TICE ered at a Licensing Court to be held 9 Amosan works so fast and so certain that Dub +“ i a, passages to
oC ARS 1642 | 16) six cylinder Forde, | Downstairs Drawing and Dining Rea, | BARBADOS OFFICIAL SALE Police Court, District “A”, on Monday | {heated ee enetah xen ughian one auth Jueer on th DUALA", next sailing from Roseau about
eee enor ages Lane | Breakfast Room, Kitchen, Open Veran- IN THE ASSISTANT COURT the 26th day of June, 1950 ‘at 11 o’clock.| tooth te your camplete satisfaction oF june, and thereafter about every thirty-three days
Cosmopolitan Garage, Magazing Lane, gan, Closed Gallery, Gprage for 2 OF APPEAL BARBADOS. am inoney back on return of empty package. | Single fare, £70, usual reductions for children ;
' Cars, Servant t . SATION 2 E ASSISTANT Y c. L. WALWY ont take a chance on losing your teeth or rect.
une c Rooms ete. Modern Con- RE WORKMEN'S COMPEN iN tS COURT OF > N. M Apply direct :
can Oe 1) BOA Diptae Car | Wauaires | eelah. ae ee nest ims “ APPEAL alice Magistrate. Dist, “A pe ES OP Sg a
Engine, Battery & Tyres Sound. A ats 20.6.50—5n otice is eby given that Herbert (Equitable Jurisdiction) aie ers i ouble o onahy Crom your | z* ss :
Fase: atone cee SSS OB | Si Stirds, "Setanta Saker res: | POMOâ„¢ HL Saeaoues LOU Amosan ine:
ihe ine E tale *, Pine Road, Belleville : » employed a’ ley Plan- ISON ™ A ing as the guaran.
CAR-—-One (1) 10 HP Stands 5 (near Ist Avenue) Bedroom ‘and Dress- tation as a labourer, was injufed when Plaintif®: \QUOR LICENCE NOTICE mosan tee protects you
new tyres in good condition’ Price | {28T@Om upstairs with running water a truck laden with canes drove over BEATRICE ELOISE WILSON The application of Ivan Sealy hold: | FOr Pvorrhea—Trench Mouth *
+anscitable Soe ak nEaditiaeeon 2 Bedrooms, Diningsoom, Parlour. his chest and died as a result of the Defendant: of Liquor License No. 261 of 195« e 0.
Eagle Hall 17.6.80--3n | Kitchen, W.C. and Bath ‘downstairs | “Juries sustained and that Compen- NOTICE is hereby given that by vir-| &7@Pted to Armintha Haywood in respec 7 °
. Fe 8286. 14.6.50—t.f.n oan clas een paid into Court ae of an Order of an Assistant Court le iinet ac viz:— a board and galvan
MOTOR CYCLE One ) 2% HP i Ss uardians and persons concerned | cf Appeal dated the 18th day of April} shop attached to residence at
In good condition, Phone 8217 i TO LET—Fully furnished two bed-| the above-named deceased ara | 1950 there will be set up for sale to} “poone’s Hill St. Michael for permission . Mx.
20 .6.50--%n 9 TOM flat Kent House August, Novembe | hereby required to appear at the| the highest bidder at the Office of the to use said Liquor License at saic
inclusive. Phone Kirby 3696. Assistant Court of Appeai on Wednes- | Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appew! premises, f THESE NEW ORLEANS SEK, i0K
—— »:13.6.50—4n, day, ae 12th day of July 1950, at 19 Pe eee House, | Bridgetown, be-| Dated this 16th day of June, 1950. 7’ arr
Fu sclock a.m, ween hours oO: (noon) and 2 s yAN SEA ‘ 7 ( . N.O, “do:

RNITURE =e eee | 9—Dated this 13th day of June 1950 ger en ne afternoon on Friday the = a rials CHINA CABINETS S.S Ae RANGER” ailst Mig’ 13th awe
c-bowrds, -Kitehen-Tables, - Dressing- PUBLIC : Aes Cire AA, [AB tint cmetatn peop ce. parcel of tand | ag pone Meee io A ROANER 14 June 24 June

ing-boards, Kitchen-Tables Dressing- i : lerk, AC (formerly part of ‘a pate and

u 5 4 3 a larger ares a ' J . y
Tables and numerous other Articles at - SALES ¥ ST pas containing by adineasurementt ‘One By aw SORE SRRVR
bargain prices, in Ralph A Beard’s - = . ~ | two roods, twenty one perches or there- S| . x > Ast.
Ridin etoetic Tite taeboa: Allee. Seen ooSooe = | {SAINT VINCENT WEEKLY AIS | abouts which formed part of the lands) potice : BOARDS 48 “BYFJORD” oa co tunel 2°
daily 8 a.m. to 12 noon. AUCTION ICE Now makes possible ideal] of Mount Clapham Plantation) situate inf )oUc® Court, District “A", on Monday “THULIN™ ¢ ny es A go

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thirty seven and two seventh perches or CL.
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I will offer for sale by Public Com-
petition at my office, Victoria Street, on
FRIDAY 23rd, at 2 p.m. The property

WALWYN

LIVESTOCK Police Magistrate, Dist, “A” CANADIAN SERVICE

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COW—One cow giving 22 pts. daily “ ’ info Street, SUNNY CARIBBEE the Estate of Solomon ‘Best 4) eased ' i;
Apply Frere Piigrim Plantapion standing on 2,114 square feet of land puictheceek Senta Talend cur lande’@? Mebatiel beilbart Aeon your Drawing or Dining Room Name of Ship medin Sails Arrives
20'6 50--2n, | Ouse contains closed gallery, drawing, | offers all that can be desired, Beauti- and on the Public Road poi yi uu will be all smiles over your ontreal Halifax Barbados
dining, 3 bedrooms, W.C. & Bath, elec-| fui scenery, sea-bathing, fishing, excel- Clapham Road or however else ye same LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Biren, Oak or Deal. There are $8. "ALCOA PURITAN” May 29th June srd June 13th
ght, ene iosed yard, good living! innt cuisines and bars. RATES $4 to | "Y abut and bound, And if not then (TRANSFE E Bree ca teae oh Mahogany or ‘ ALCOA POLARIS” June 9th June 12th Tune 22nd
MECHANICAL locality, rents for $27.00 per month. ,87 B.W.I. per day. For further details | S°ld the sald property will be set up for AY R AND REMOVAL) Space-syving sizes, from 30 inches 8.8. “ALCOA PILGRIM” June 23rd June 26th July 6th
For inspection apply to the tenant any / and reservations. sale on every succeeding Friday between} The application of Livi Wharton of with! fat. oF Sved aa eee Near aeniee ee orn
BICYCLES One Gents Raleigh ana| Gay except Sundays between 2 and 4 p.m. ERROL G. ROOKS, the same hours until the same is sold} Podmore Village, St, Mhilip, the pi Shaker ete eee Are
One Phillips Gents Sports both — in ae Sanaitione of sale apply to Dial Box 47, for a sum not less than £213. 9.7. chaser of Liquor License No. 74 of 195¢ wit ee ee 8.8. “ALCOA PENNANT’ Sane
good condition and complete with 3 , reher Mc. Kenzie, Auctioneer Saint Vincent. sy - yO pril 1950 eranted to Livi Wharton in respect ‘i : oe ys : — )_ For St. John, Montreal and St, Lawrence
Eocet, Lights wha adbecnories 18.6:80~6n. 119.6,80—S0n. : I. V. GILKEs, : boarded and shingled ih ae ees) ; sa = River Ports,
Enquire A. Burrowes, Bath Village aatappintaehieeinbabnaay sha of the Assistant Court of toot attached at Dadian Village Be 7 ar eo bp esa! ee ee : ALCOA PURITAN June 24th — For vem and St. Lawrence River
Ch. Ch. or C. Medford, Courtesy Gar- me hilip, to remove said License — Distine ” Choose 7 “A STEAMER” Ras are
xa, ore inti UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER NOTICE 20.4.50—3n boarded bf gc eee se Diotin Bon: euiines todaw Stor July 7th For guiontren! and St. Lawrence River
’ APPLICATIONS are invited for the reof attached at Padmore Village, S : raise and or popula hese vessels have } hesatind
One Standard size Royal TYPEWRITFP ian Beene Tri ae ae post of Joint Secretary to the follow- oes an to use ge i a + sstene sips une ae ‘ powaiing ave limited passenger accommodation
in good condition. Apply to 'L. M-.| Gay, J ; ~ | ang:— deseribed premises : Mahogany or other wood vere ee
in goed: Sone | ates” reir day, Sune 30rd at 2.90 pm. at the| Sugar Production and Export Control OFFICIAL NOTICE Dated this 16th day of June, 1950 can bet & Riniboard tole $18. ial Apply: DACOSTA & CO, UTD.—Can ddian Servi
20.6.50-—In : .P. Prefect} Board. (Sed.) F. KNIG ROBERT THOM LTD.New York aoe
Ford, (1) 1939 12 h.p, Austin, Both BARBADOS " GT, New York and Gulf Service
damaged. Terms Cash peancy Molasses Control and Marketing | IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF | To:—The Police M vee Dae eet ny nape ecersiersee einen
ai eae : * pix joard, :—The Police Magistrate, Dist, “C"’
MISCELLANEOUS feet) * Bio aes Pee Sugar Ind Capital Rehabilitation Arr Eat, N.B.—This application will be con
-~ : , | Resatee eae (Equitable Jurisdiction) idered at a Licensing Court to be held N SEE EET te
BEDROOM SLIPPERS- For Ladies and samametioncer.| Nerve Boar. orice Stabilization | RUTH ANN ALLEYNE. ... Plainti@ | on 30th June, 1990 at 11 o'clock am. " meee’ |
>PERS— For Ladies ang eT Tan, | Sugar , Industry Price Stabilization | Cyntt, "WHARTON .....000.. i 3 o'clock a.m HERE i (
Children, in an assortment of colours, . 18.6.50—4n.| Reserve Board CYRIL WHARTON ....... Defendant | #t Police Courts Dist, “c"’ Trafalgar St Dial 4069 AGAIN :—
Navy, Royal... Wine, Pin sberry,| 7 ‘ 7 - HARPE re y 7
Navy, Roxas Wings Pi Sigg ogg ot! | By Wsthictions of tHe Thsurance Com. The solary, of, the post, wilt, depend |. oi HiT ihe above ‘action nade on {he Polite Magitrate, Dist, 4 RES. & BONG STUDENT, Of, & WATER COLOURS IN TUBES
$5s0" é9.24 “MODERN DRESS SHOPPE. | pany, T will sell_at the COURTESEY | th, qualifications, but will not be tess | Tir ron uae rine Gr ate hd sth oh ai tl cl ld Alwo:—ARTISTS BRUSITES
Broad Street 18.6.50-—-2n.| GARAGE, WHITEPARK RTESEY| than £500 per annum nor moze than | 1th day ot Ang any eatite right or | === q Ca erat Vee ee Pee
road Street. ct Sard; ath. pam meee AY] ¢700 per annum, The post is non- {u Sit pecwonie having aay entate, ‘right or e dheieea wi We have opened also
ca , ‘oa pensionable and terminable at one any lien or incumbrance 2 AND TILL, LOCKS 1 a " , “ks
CAR AND TRUCK TYRES & TUBES | 1 MORRIS 8 SEDAN CAR damaged by| honth’s notice on either side affecting all that certain piece or parcel Ag Olen Ae. Johan. ot leg Mal epee lh AB
4.50 x 19, 5.50 x 18, 4.50 x 17 and 30x 5,| “re. TERMS CASH. ‘Applications stating age, educational | °f land situate at St. Davids Road in n Oil without Oiliness is not SON'S STATIONERY AND HARDWARE
all at bargain prices. Courtesy Garage R. ARCHER McKENZIE, qualifications and experience, together | {he parish of Christ Church in this a Lubricant
Dial 4616. 17.6.50—3n DIAL 2947 COE rin with COPIES of testimonials should be come ” oe Bieta ans USE
: 20.6.50— ssed ect { Agricul- rood .
CEREALS —Pulted Wheat, Muffets, Bee eee te atk. and will be encept-[Ocunaing. on lands of 3k | Harewood GERM OILS
Cerevim, Oatflakes in Tins, Cream of U ed up to Saturday the 24th of June, gic bi) I. Forde on two sides and on ite GENUINE LEATHE ain -ae WOR
Wheat Large & Small and Loose Oat NDER THE SILVER | Soo Me Fumio Doel on however mae ie ‘R 36 fonts cS “R LOOSE LEAF NOTE
flakes) Pearl Barley. W. M. FORD, gn Ste may abut and bound to bring FOR INCREASED OILINESS. NOTE BOOKS, FOOLSCAP & LETTER SIZE
Dial 2 nie y HAMMER 16.6,50—4n. hefore me an account of their said AP & LETTER SIZE
al 3489, 35 Roebuck St. danecabeiah luis with their witnesses, documents CENTRAL FOUN DERRY i rm REFILLS & INDEX to Each
: ON WEDNESDAY ist by order of the NOTICE ond. voussoere, $0. De emvnenes, Dy Tne oe e ¥ : ROBERTS & CO
Veeieeinnmngnet racer reenter | Rev. A, T ve Ww 2 eny | ay, or ween th si :
HYDRAULIC TIPPING HOIST for use| Hovce nppointrente at “Rawle House'| , MR. ALONZA DAVID, GASKIN,| hours of 12 “inoon) and 9 o'clock in, the Service Station zt Trafalgar St. .
on most long wheelbase Trucks. New! Goarington. College which” includes ;| formerly caretaker of |" Retreat, Pas-| afternoon, at the Office of the Clerk ot DIAL 3301
and for immediate delivery. Courtesy | Round Tip-Top Dining Table; U ight| S@8e Road is NO LONGER authorized] the Assistant Court of Appeal at the SSS: ieie omeceemeeganers . Sas
Garage. Dial 4616 17,0,60—80. | Peers “Dasetay BCRbcaraT Georiea | fo Fecelve or accept any. monies pala (count | Rpm n, before the | SSS SS
Ditinwite aah Aba: eawle ay Pe'\ for the rent of “Retreat”, Passage 28th day of June 1950, in order that See eee eee nn eee
NEEDLES for your record plaver End aecttees Writing Table Boakshelves,| Road: Any persona. who bave paid spy such claims may be ranked according 1 j as
él] kinds including Ruby and Sanvhire | wratnot, Floor aoe wee (Ee ork rent in advance, or who are desirous| to the nature and priority thereof t
semi-permanent needles to play several) poy. | Wn, SORE vee ork | of renting ‘Retreat’, are requested to respectively; otherwise such persons
thousand recordings Table, Morris’ High.” Folding Card] ©". “Sr communicate with Mr, A, G.{ Will be precluded fram the benefit o: | 7 r 1
A. & o.. UTD. Decartchatss ringinaee apromater ina) Pile at Paradise Beach Club, Black coe eee ae oe pa er eee, {}
-50—t.f.n a4 "| Rock, St. Michael, and to bring any S agni y: 4 ‘ay he
aves me a oe rT. i ee and ty an, JORneeeny: receipt which they may now hold Claimants are also notified that they WEEKLY SERVICES
NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Fran Sining Table (seats) Sideboard upright A. G. Pile, for Agent and Owner must attend the said Court on Wednes-
Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come amd Morris chairs, Rocker, Tea Trolley | upetreat” e day, the 28th day of June 1950, at fe ‘ »
and eek, Due cuick. Bookshelves, Tables all in Pine, Twin jotpent pole. 46.-0n, | VEO we, When .thele. apd clgins V l N ( ; E N I F 0 R § A L E
' “A. BARNES & CO., LTD. Mahog: Bedsteads, Vono Springs, Dress- —6n- | will be ranked. , m
2 24,8.50—t.f.n. | ne Table, Chest of Drawers, Bedside | ————— NOTICE Ani — my hand this 14th day
Table, Deep Sleep Mattresses, Divan & si
RING. Diamond Ring. One Gents soli- | bed, Triple antique Folding Mirror and PICKWICK CRICKET CLUB Ad Gheek erik SRS, me AND -
tS win, D. Richards & Son Me| Long Wall Mirror, Cheval glass Cedar] MEMBERS are hereby notified that ; Lea The A ehbal 2 . . .
Gragse’ Sieant Press, Frigidaire in perfect condition, | nets for cricket practice will be open o poral D O M I N I Cc A ONE (1) used FORDSON PICK UP (Army Type) can be
18.6.50—2n. | Elec. Tosnie Iron Hot Plate Enamel Top| from Tuesday 20th June and will be hc seen at Spring Garden Bulk Installation, Black Rock. Offers
- - re iran) Cee errant Hove: |favellable every aftesngon exot pt. DE) meets tn in writing are to be submitted to Mr. C. I. Skinner, Manager
RAINCOATS Ladies’ Plastic Rain- | Ks ie ai sf aie . many other items. | those afternoons reserved for the Mal- 7 Tae r Pogidireg , eet.
coats in White, Blue and Maize $4.80) Sale o'clock. Terms Cash. Seen. Football. Pour OFFICIAL SALE FOR FULL INFORMATION CONTACT 10.6.50—4n,
each. The Modern Dress Shoppe H. D. KIDNEY,
15.6.50-3n e.o.d.| BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., Hon. Secty iansabow, mee
s Auctioneers 20.6.50-—1n IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF AGENTS
SPRING—two (2) 3ft 3ins. Springs in 17.6,50—3n BARBADOS ELEMENTARY APPEAL ee . {
perfect condition. Phone 8315 ee SCHOOL TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION (Equitable Jurisdiction) » s 7 y |
cnt wore aeautle ester sua(f BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS FRIENDLY HALL |
TINNED FRUIT—Graves Peaches NOTICE CYRIL WHARTON ......... Detendant ; : |
Avricots. Prunes, Fruit Salad ond | REAL ESTATE ALL teachers are invited to a] NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue Lower Broad St. Bridgetown Phone 4585. MAYCOCK’S BAY |
Sliced Pineavple. W. M. FORD, Dial special General Meeting held op Sat-|} of an Order of the Assistant Court of Beautiful Estate Property set in approximately 12 acres over- |
3489, 35 Roebuck St. FOR SALE — TO BE DEMOLISHED | Urday 24th June at 12° noon N\ the| Appeal dated the 14th day of April 1950 == looking the sea, Three (3) Rec ‘5 ee ondi |
20.6.50—2n AND REMOVED Church House for the purpose of con-] there will be set up for sale to the * sea iree (3) Reception, 5 bedrooms, verandahs, |
oo eR eee CHAT Se - (only) epiian | Corre Resolutions fo be forwarded {ighest bidder at the Office of the Clerk ferneries, delco, phone, out-buildings. Ideal for the -discrimin- |
TINNED MEATS—Salmon Large & | *“MAYARO” situate at Rockiey Beach.! to the forthcoming Conference of theyot the Assistant Court of Appeal at the > ating buyer. Extremely low figure |
Small, Vienna Sausares Laree and |The Purchaser will be required to Caribbean Union of Teachers held at| Court House, Bridgetown, between the |
Small, Steak ® Tidnev Pudding, Ham-) demolish the said house and remove British Guiana during the Summer | hours of 12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the |
peer ed Mustard same from the site within fifteen days | holidays tu Ane ee on Friday, the 30th day of © |
Bottle Dial 2489, after the date of purchase, The Gas, , : | |
Rocbuck St 20.6 50—% and water pipes, electric wires, fixtures Hon Seoty, ah ci A tata it oe i cd Pr © A.F.S.. F.V.A,
Se Fi eh and Asta will not ibe sid with the ea the parish of Christ Church in tht: ” mre REAL ESTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER SURVEYOR
iveblossom dion io ; house, Offers in writing ‘will be re ijvland, containing by admeasurement P} = * |
wide, in the best of condition. Apply | ceived by the undersigned up to 12 noon ‘ m one rood or thereabouts abutting and tone 4640 “ie Plantations’ Building |
Winston Hassell. Phone 2959—A785 ‘1 Friday, 28rd June instant. Note~| {Pyblie Salles-—Contd. | rounding on. lanas R. Harewood — ee
20.6.50—23r | the land on which the house siunds is = . «ceased, I, Forde on two sides and on
<< = - not for sale. the Public Road or however else the
For inspection apply at ‘Acecra’’ next | came may abut and bound and if not



tnen sold the sald property will be set
up for sale on every succeeding Friday
letween the same hours until the same

door for the keys.
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,

PERSONAL REAL ESTATE



















Solicitors LAND—Two (2) acres of arable land -
13.6.50—5n. Wi hiamewall’ Heoed, rultabla: for sstohen |. fod, £90, Si Doe eee ie ae soag. ELECTRICAL BARBADO BLECT ( | L
‘THE public are hereby warned against WORTHING (NEAR CACRABANK cane. 10 acres at Lodge Road I. Vv. GILKES, ACCESSORIES }
giving credit to my wife RUBY IANTHE HOTEL . CHRIST CHURCH t Fontabelle on the sea 2 acres of Ag Clerk of the Aasistant Court -_ i
y . Mason) as I do not 2 , lend suitable for Hotel 5 acres land of Appeal oa shies t 3
WILTSHIRE (nee hie f Tier erie Modern fully furnished chalet in pri-{ at Cave Hill beside main road, witt
hold myself responst tag Pe or debts | Vate estate standing in half an acre) water and lights available Apply
one else contracting aang itten order ef well kept and laid out gardens—one| DrArcy A, Scott, Magazine Lane
an_my pame unless by a wr minute from sea and beautiful sandy 16.6.90—3n d J , l A .
sign y me bathing beach. ee ‘ ‘
Signed ARLIE bay eee The house contains large living room, “MEDMENHAM", PINE HILI--St A Wide Range of really High Quality
“st Philip dining room, two bedrooms to which an| Michael, a very desirable residence I ECTRICAL WIRING
s extra bedroom can be added if desired standing on 1 acre 3 roods of land IMPORTANT NOTI E ae e as
ee eileen Tiled bathroom with tub bath ina The dwellinghouse contains verandali ACCESSORIES
ace ae ’ c shower (hot and cold water) and built! drawing and dining rooms, lounge, Pri .
The Public are hereby warned against in linen cupboard, tiled kitehen with | bedrooms (2 with running water), usu The Supply of Natural Gas at Reasonable Prices



one whom

NOTICE







ving in my name to ony bi stone d and y Phileo re stry ie ‘ . > >
eving 3, Pee nad sl roman wl ane, cumbene co 00m rate | Seen Sieh wate an is being, centinsed gous Included in the TENBY RANGE ARE
sible for any one contracting, ang writ- | large areh verandab, all steel windows | phone installed. ing negotiations. WIRING CLIP
or debts in my Se ae es | with hoods, steel French doors, large In the yard there are servants room ROSES
ten order signed by RUFUS SKEETE | stone garage and sevants’ quarters with| garage etc., and the grounds compris¢ The CEILING sa sia aa gehen
Ashton Hall, | toilet and shower, the house is tastefully; Lawn and gardens sic a a 08 as 0., JUNCTION BOXES
St. Peter. furnished, the beds have both deep sleep Inspection by appointment with the Cov d Cal 1
St. 6 50—2n.| ©nd Dunlopillo mattresses, shingled root | Owner, Mrs. D.L Johnson. eee oe LTD. for Rubber and Lead Covere able
is thaeteiehabeioe polished pine doors, the garden container The above property will up for : bs /

“Phe public are hereby warned. aga’ | a iat ‘cnraie wit sieht doeaait ree oe eiteown ear Prides and a_wide variety of - - - As the Manufacturers have decided that repairs to one of
giving credit to my wife one palms, small orchard with lime, pawpaw. | 20th June instant at 2 p.m ; SWITCHES our Engines can no longer be delayed, the Company has in
GERTRUDE TROTMAN el j tamarind, breadfruit, and plum YEARWOOD & BOYCE, SOCKET-OUTLETS consequence had to put this Generating Set (900 KW.) out of

Lovell) as I do not hold myself respon
sible for her or anyone else contract-

any debt or debts in my name unles:

ing
by a written order signed by me
es Signed HOLLIE TROTMAN,
Carter's Village
St. John
20.6.50—2n

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ORIENTAL _

Curios, Ivory, Teak, Sandal,

Jewellery, Brass Ware,
Tapestries, Carpets, Etc.

KASHMERE

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mango,
trees, wire-mesh enclosed lock up vege-
table garden and tool shed, colassed
driveways and garden paths, will be
seld unfurnished if desir Attractive
price. Phone owner 8316 “between 10
sm. and 6 p.m 20.6.50-—4



LAND—14,586 sq. ft
well Main Road, Christ Church, 2,337
| oa ft. of land at Kings Village, St
Michael. One doubled roof house

of land at Max-

standing on 2,745 sq. ft. of land at Kings
Village. Apply to K Sandiford, Spry
i Street, City. 17.6.50—2n

DUN-BEATH—Middle St., St. James
i, particulars apply to K Sandiford
two-storey house standing on 6,143 S Ft
Spry St., City

17.6.50—2n.



Solicitors.





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

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

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

CARRINGTON & SEALY,







Solicitors.
11.6.50.—11n.
LAND at Derrick’s Bay St James
on the Sea-Side. L. M. CLARKE, No

12 James St. Phone 3757

20.6.50—Iin







FOR SALE
at

Constant Plantation

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







BELL PUSHES, ETC.

Write for Details and Export Terms.

S-O-BOWKER LTD

19—21,
Birmingham, England.



approx.
Apply—
D, M. SIMPSON & CO.
13.6.50.—1w. |





a

Warstone Lane,





commission and, owing to the reduction of standby Plant now
available as a result, may find it necessary to shed load at

intervals during the next few months,

Our Consumers are asked to co-operate by exercising the
utmost economy in the use of Electricity, particularly during
the Peak period between 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. until further notice.



Vv. SMITH,
General Manager.



20th June, 1950,

SS





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ROWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT BY DRINKING THE NEW CROWN GINGER ALE


















PAGE EIGHT

West Indies Lead
Notts By 285 Runs

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NOTTINGHAM, June 19
Poor Nottinghamshire batting against the West Indies;
touring tc



1m here to-day proved a big disappointment for |

a evowd of about 7,000.
The We Indies, who made 525 for 5 wickets on Satat |
day immediately declared this morning, and by contras |

to their ob: iv lt methods, the Nottinghamshire batsmen were |
slow and ensure.
‘ =a They were dismissed for 240 i
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1950







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Meet Me TO-NITE

At the SAVOY CLUB








Mason Hall Street
? / at the
ANNUAL PRIZE and NOVELTY
Oo ne-/ raw Dawe
| sponsored by
ee ‘ ‘i Mr IRA BUNTE (Better Know:
THE COLTS Xi held the visiting Malvern Football a as Tapper)
team from Trinidad to a one all draw before a large num- | Admisaton GENTS TS 2/- LADmrs ve
ber of spectators in a good game at Kensington yesterday | Orehestra
a i | M$ a _ A Well Stocked Bar,
aiternoon | ‘th N B.—Prizes offered to the 50th
fhe visitors who have not yette | i Lady and the 50th Gent entering
‘ P c e . or i the Door, The Lucky Fair, the
20f accustomed to the ground put : rounder to get the equalizer. | boot. Dance; and..the Malloon
up a creditaile performance ar Mal uttacked and | s ble at midnight PONT
s aivern gain : ackec a 1 raw a ; wh oD
stiov af ay Fit bet omens ar Paul rv their inside left sent in | MISS IT 20.6.50-—In
‘entre ha lugo Emanue vi oe oot 2 "| : 260 otal
outstanding player for his team a powerful shot which Smith de- = ———'





7 : ; flected over the ba
while Carlton Hinds their inside ed Ove. aoe ae








































































































ee ere ee ene ea) ; right beat goalkeeper Smith with The Colts front men tried to put
their first innings, and following 1ght Deal: sonlh Stee ernselv in the lead, but were 6999699995505 5%
En land‘s Second on 285 runs behind were 26 for : a hard shot to get the equalizer ; h stout resistance from the Sse aa PPC SOS SF eee
£ « oe ny ‘ during the second haif hour ; %
19 wickets by the close of-play i). For the Colts XI, Ivan Smith in | al eee. ae eae Arli High School 2
tToict TT their second innings ; port sage Mea Po lihpecel woes - | cleared and had the ball back mid- § ¢
Fest Peam The Post profitable Notting- i goal was oaay the ements 5 , , 7 rim ton | SCHOO “ GOD’S WAY OF
hameshire yartnership developed ¢ player, white tut back howen W 10 | The halve frortt men took ‘ CRUMPTON 8ST
England’s team for the second Retween left hander ‘Fred Stock ; tackled and cleared well also} (oo. this stage and from a’ hard TO RSET Sane ier Cone SALVATION
Test match beginning at Lord’slanq Peter Harvey, the right-arn . played a good game ; ; ef booter from Lewis, godts | Electrigity Po Mechanics &
on Saturday will be chosen from] slow bowler The Colts nd ~ | keeper Smith brought off a good Electricians;
the following 12 They put on 63 in 70 minute oD RVG Steyr, Ce aeons eo | ive , Electricity ge Magnitism io ”
N. Yardley (Yorkshire), E. J.l¢or the sixth wicket before both Collin scored but their forwards|“°Y" 4. of many attempts by “Matric; MADE PLAIN
Marich (Middlesex), 1 3ailey Pett at 198 missed no less than four oppor-| 1+ teams to inerease the scor- od er A CORBIN: ;
. : 4 é 98. es v s p od ear . r * - ait
eens : R 1 a ee Studie Displ \ er OS toon the game ended in a one all 1 College Diploma ir Free i from S Roberts,
mgnhamshire) j yegar Stubborn Display | i & Pitman's Advanced ‘ ‘
(Cambridge University), L. Hut : ante P . y splay Malvern kicked towards the goal The referee was Mr. L. F. Harris English. : 3G, Central Avenue, Bengor,
? ‘ . Stocks gave a stubborn displ: . ¢ | anett College Certificate f N. Ireland
ton (Yorkshire), T. G. Evans,] which lasted 2 hours 35 minutes, from the pavilion end but thé} while the linesmen were Messrs Merit In Physies & Mathematics :
(Kent), A. V. Bedser, (Surrey).| ind his 68 runs, which included Colts XI quickly had them on€} Carlton Harper and Ormona | 30.6. 40-2, &
W. Parkhouse (Glamorgan), W e re Petar . down when MeCollin cut in from | Grahan iv
E Holl Ww k hit i R ne six and 9 fours, saved his the rightwing to beat goalkeeper r r follov SS + 464. G% OL GSESSSSSS
Ms ole (Warwreksnire), ida fr » colle e ce gntwing to Ca 4 1c teams were as fo VS! eee ———— ee ee
Berry) Cc Washbrook (Lan- side trots complete ae ‘ ght Mills with a hard tow one which Colt Smith, Bowen, Gibbons,
Earlier there had been a brigh
eashire) - Pst a Eeiween Stock: ‘ana the went into the far corner of the} yarshall, F. Hutchinson, Gita —O———————[—[— —_—_—_—_—— —_ SS
C. Washbrook ‘and. W. Pack-| Notts captain, Willam Sime nets. MeCollin, Wood, Farah, Trotman,
bor have beén selected in the +. The pa vot ory 45 in 40 minutes The Malvern front line then] 7 Williams
of J» Laker and H. Dellery} for tne ATi Wickat, ‘Sime ‘hitting took the ball “a Rea sh Malvern: Mills, Akal, Drayton,
who played in the first Test fApeously even W ponen area anc arlton Hine Blackman Emanuel, Waldron,
= ——_—-—~ . a ’ which missed the cro: bar by | Lwn
He had made 25 before Jone ynel ;
shes. .
rT hit his middle stump. ib > Colt wn ior € ter
WV a Home” Unexpected last wicket resist- : ae coe re a 7 at 7: i
ance came from Butler and Rowe THE SKIPPER RELAXES—Norman Yardley just named Captair ee a 4d MoCo hy dont in. a HARD TIMES Spra those pests!
G Ts | B Butler made a lively 29, oe of England's team to oppose the W.I, in the second Test match, enjoy Saba ohn which “Mil had no - y (> :
oes oO e ° Sc toneat aie nerore ii 2 quiet smoke in comfort, and with a book. difficulty in saving. Wi 2
eh in st s - | Malvern in an att to open TH ACKACHE ‘ ‘
2 é » leg s and 5 Ys a
New Fra For Racing skate Ut ecunch tes NotGne- PR \ I M | their account mag ya raid] fee dense shidghty tiiiey atten The vainy weather will soon
i ire batsmen the most trou- © E ¢ , ga on See oe . oe dana @vho+nit ‘
Te Te wee ne ire| ANMINS ANG | ashe lh (ictus: wc tow | Lae ts Nore get wien go aap Wiens Sie lt Ae aS
GEORGETOWN, June 14 pitied Ab Bnatacate tor Be wuts â„¢ ever, Cariton Hinds sent in a hard are troubled with backache, aad te lite: a: eaieet
5 En glis ‘Sughbre e- | USY : ; ' dies h Sinfth, gathered. hicely sheumatic pai stiff, * and make your life a sery.
he English thoroughbred race- The weather was on the dull mn e ‘ ma ki hich, =a muscles sad’ each h ‘Se
horse “WAY HOME” by. “FAIR| cide but the pitch, which hé 7 | and cleared. ; Ree eee = L hel ith - - -
ee t y AIRY pitch, which had been re » The Cole sabe che other hb common urinary disorders et us help you with
oe out of Ban per bane ge ) fully covered during the week-end, I ear err n rop y ect a aetaeen ey a —_ sluggish kidney action. rae 7
which was imported from England | was in perfect condition when No - b ete Seek
‘ m aaa anatase z : . pusy as py bore down on them Wh with
by Mr, Carl Lopes arrived in the] tinghamshire began their fir ’ ’ yusy as they b ow’ 1 y put up pain and dise
Colony yesterday on board the]innings after the West Indies had \ —IN 7 WO MONTHS ‘ea Donan ane the som run relief by akisg Desc ene
S.S. Arakaka, declared m ner ve ae = Ki s Backac \
7" = ee poke rs r ae : . : idney Pills. ‘They stimulate and
The arrival of “WAY HOME The Nottinghamshire opening pr & Nn INTING = ; reter: . ties. - 2 A
rc S. MANNING and L. J. Maskell, veteran com , . se raids t
oe i es aia ak RE, ERIE] ERIC, §. MANNING end L. 2 Maskell eetaren come Ei Duris Soe ian cate “et | See aa ee
men who believe it marks th] slow start against an accurate fast Sa ae OE ee eee ee eee eee Ft AKOi, cuch UIE TRUER LOGRed a cextmnty trot cas uric acid and other impurities h 91 & SI 20
dawn of a new era for racing in| attack and not until the fifth over econd trophy in two months as a result of their semi-final ie nai : ; ; which otherwise might collect ia Eac wre °
B.G., as the colt may take the} when Simpson turned Pierre to vietory over the kid combination of David Inniss and j°P&? ®°* Interval the system and cause distress,
lead in putting B.G, on the the leg boundary was a run scored. Johnny Grace in the Dunlop four-ball, best-ball competi- healt tin douekt ae tae al Doan’s Pills have helped many
Caribbean racing map along with At the end of the first hour only 4 . ; ce oe J : . Maivern sul ougn thousands; let them help you
Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad. | 24 runs had been scored. tion at the Rockley Golf and Country Club. equaliser but the interval was| 44),
Barbadoe, Jamaica and Trinidad, | {ine Md per elses ny Last, month Manning and —— |e tin score 0 in | 42%, DOANIN'S ie
e trained for the D.T.C.| a7 nai off Worrell at deep mid-| Maskell carried off the honors in held the advantage two-thirds ot | fayour of the Colts : Si Tins at the following prices:—24c, 36c. 44c, 47, 60c
Peinided and Be Pa 4 ar on. when nine, Harris opened out} the Harrison Cup foursomes and the way. One down going to the On resumption, Malvern were . mi : f ' f or :
MRATR aaa Bien avers 7 and took two boundaries. _The need only to beat Michael Timp- [ninth Manning ROK 3 putt om first on the offensive and their ai aR en Ste Ne abe ene Seah $1.01
. 99: a, the St. state of the game changed quickly} son) and Bernard Rolfe in the|off the green to square the match] front men carried the ball well
Lege sn. 1928 and “MIDDAY when Gomez dismissed the open- finals next Saturday to put over/at the turn, but’ the kids came] within their opponents’ area, but | ARE YOU LOOKING
SUN ? the | sire of “HOME ing pair in quick succession. The | the double sucec |right back and regained their|their centre forward _ Manners | is ‘FOR THESE ?
SECURITY won the Derby /total was 45 when Harris lifted Timpson and Rolfe moved inta|lead kicked on to goalkeeper Smith, the |
1037 | the ball to Pierre at deep mid-on|the final bracket as a result of| They held it through the 11th| ball rebounding into play. | at |
sieht he seca and only eight were added when | their deicat of James O'Neal and| hole, but then fell apart and the It was not long eee this sa
Simpson, after taking four on thé | J, O’'D. Egan, the inimitable Irish,;|more experienced pair, playing euniee a ¢ first ti t et nar | " * i
leg side, saw the next delivery] in o mutch that carried to the] steady golf, won five in a row to] grou roirom @ Hrs THEE SEU f j
vp) \ : Sar ae =a ‘entre
SOCCER ST. fly off the edge into the safe hands ] last pres With an early lead,.| close out the match, Farah, Play was still centre d in
ip fi the Malvern goal area as the Colts
of slip fieldsman Weekes, — going {bree up in. the first. three In the final meeting for the tna bes ir nian heats lead, ‘They 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
RETURN TO The West Indies were right on | oles, Pir, 4 Rolfe started]Dunlop Cup on Saturday Man- evenSintly tortad thety spporients
U.K. oe eine ee mae successes what looked like a stampede, but [ning and Rolfe will play off|t, concede a corner but without
soudar ought back Slthe fighting ivish fought back;seratech, each having a handicap | res
‘+ ara ni " . a tr ’ : mS , a result.
FROM SOUTH AMERICA for a shor: spell hesere }sigt, TaN and reduced the lead until they|of 8, whilé Maskell at 10 will Hard Grownder
» 4 sear, pwere within reach with two hole |receive two strokes and Timpson, salts fro mrn “were y
staft who put up @ simple catch to play. Goins to the seventeenth | who was rated at 15 when the Me vece ao o de ae
8 ; ae to square leg when playing a short th ; nl Si at | tank camnanits etn tah i Soames nicely ar c ere on Si il ll ala ‘
occer stars Roy Paul, of the ; rey were only one down, but|current competition. started, will] sewarded for their efforts when At SESE So TES
Swansea Town Club, and Jack one aes interval Nottinghamshire |the best they could get there was|have the benefit of five stroke*.|@arlton Hinds beat Smith with a ‘
Hedley, of the Everton Club ar-]|were badly placed having lost {a halt Losing the home hole| While these four arc fighting ~ me iene i “aw <¥,
rived here to-day from Bogota, | three for 62. they finished two down and fell} out the finals, the rest of the R B ’ Ri di p ipa KHAKI DRILLS TONI HOME PERM
Colombia where they had ar- Stocks, whose display had pye-|by the wayside | field ‘hag be playing in the ° » bs uid 0 rogramme om a,
ranged to play for the Million-] vented a total collapse spent a Chrilline Mateh | monthly Beer Mug competition ; sae edged aa Sa Washable and Durable. *
airos Club, Earlier they com-|iong time on 48 before pulling} ‘The victory of Manning | entries: for which will close 1t 6} anatysis, 719 \am. Symphony. of From 68c., 77¢., $1.02, $1.08 Complete Sets and Refills.
plained they had been given a| Worrell for six to complete 54 of | Maskell over the youngsters was, P-™ on Thursday aiinws. 7.46 ‘aim: epaeatiy. speak a yard Give yourself that natural look with
“raw deal” and asked to play for| 110 after batting two and a quar-}jy 4 wider margin, 4 and 2, but ng am., From the Editorials, | ; TONI—used by 25 million American
less the mer dae we -ornjeed | ter hours. He and Harvey put on]... } hina. tl AUSTRALIA WILL 1.10 a.m, Programme Parade, 8.15 a.1
ess than they had been promised . “ , OP Fit was a thrilli h while it BBC Northern Orthestra, 9 a.m. | WHITE DRILLS Women.
but in London to-day they said | 83 for the sixth wicket befare lasted as the combinstio OPPOSE JAPAN | Close Down, 12 noon The Ne 2 i i
nothing but rushed off to their both left, a the same total of 108 ; at pom. News Analysis, 12.15 pom. The) Tl age. g6c., and $1.02 per yd. )) Select yours now from - - - f .
homes yhere ¢ ; relatives Stocks’ stubborn display lasted ° mn { MELBOURNE, June 19 Piano for Pleasure, 12.30 Listeners | s .
Gee walcing. ANOS HELMNEN 2 hours and 35 minutes. His b8 Bisley Peam Leave |} The Australian Lawn Tennis Radin ‘Newsrecl, 2.30 gem. John Bulla | NN ne -\
‘ . ‘ ates . 3 « aia adio Newsreel 0 p.m. John Bull's e
The “seduction” of some of Bri- ern ms cmH ma aoe hing 3. T ou : Association tonight unanimously} Band, 2 p.m.) The Ne 210 } a TUSSORES THE COSMOPOLITAN
tain’s top soccer stars by fat pay], Tate Gata BF oes 2 + Tate e he o-morrow decided to oppose the re-admission | Home news from Britai pm Day Phones 2041—4441 Night 81—41
packets in South America is one toerinied Butler for 29 the nina TRAE Hbbetdeha have’ Bao of Japan to the International} gye"* - pated Geeehaeee | Sao mn 99e. and $1.24 a yard. anon pn
of the big topics in British sport- pe oe i oab eg el ee nes éa aie feos t ~ 5 Aaa 4 Lawn Tennis federation. | Phe Aldeburgh Festiva yp In ee eS
ing circles. In England the stars| googly bowler had the best _returr | Haynes Co. Ltd, to sail to En The question of Germany’s| ‘elude, 4 pm. The ‘Nev ea D0! CGREES
are paid £12 a week during the with “five for 54 Following on land by the Gollite” Ww ich is a reer was left to the dis- ral ENE. Se ‘ 4 Péter C Sorte By
playing Sonata and ees waeine 286 behind, Notts made 26, with-|here at 11 am. on Wednesi a Maar ake ie delaghtes Thay tn) Seca ees a "9e. and 85e. a yard
the summer. In South America], Ss their se ock t S ained are & ? meeting of the ally Spea i Rende « iit
they are offered £2,000 & year and out Joss in their second knock ,by 5 Denne Cae ive th a ven I Federation, pe § p.m. Concerto, 7 p.1 Also Scores of Woollen Enjoy the delicious
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: eae The Scores: — team who will be ( mn Wh e i 7.30 p.m, ¢ +t report on W.I sae
Reuter, i NOBTING BA cg ey ‘ mate the West Indies in the Ant I able I ennis eS habe, a ue : iS p.m. Pianoforte 8 products of the orig
Simpson 2 Weekes b Gomez Bisley Shooting Competitio fer ae : [Agnes vnraled, tees sion with Mar 2
Wintew ¢ Goddard b Willian The “Golfito” wil rarte first round in the Open} Radio Newsrecl, 8.15 p.m "On the niob, | | inal Patentees of
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° fardstaff ¢ Goddard b Jones England shortly ter its arriv : ade 5 30 p.m. Colin Horsley, 9 p.r 4
Count Cricket Sine b Jones ang li players starts to-night at the] the Commonwealth, 9.30 p+ Jelly Powders since
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Results Pian creiatieke i atotiinn yer The W eather will be on two eles ni ae Brit eo eon t “¥ "Ne ge 1822
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LONDON, June 19 Rowe not out POO OSE % mie
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Kent by an innings and 73 runs Total for & Wit . XIE!
Lancashire 271; Washbrook 72, 7 : wr tr Sun Rises: 5.40 a.m., % YOU CAN DEPEND * | e
Wright 6 for 89. 4 Fall = WinEO Ts y re : af ey Sun Sets: 6.22 p.m 3s %
mene 101, Tattersall 5 for 23 and | 99; , , Moon (First Quarter) June bs ON $
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At Taun > Phi t 2 emperatu AX), 85.5 °F . x % Powders, Honeycomb Sponge, Tower
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Somerset 179, Cannings 5 for 49 Total for no wkts.) 26 Wind Direction 9 am. E. “a $ | Moir's Lemon thedhee.
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f PACE TWO Qahih Qcdlinq HAKBAIMS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, JUKI 2u. 1K0 H i rimer Holiriuys ? I of friemi; Hon.r rorSumn M il SKINNER, I Al.i I I U.S.. to i-pciMl lit BunuiH i Holiday %  intransit M l N1 i.r.v % %  %  km H Ultlgua I'"in Truu%  %  i -. an Con* %  .. Tl I . in stations will be re%  St. John's Wedding O N THURSDAY afternoon |1 St. John's Parish Churth. t I Eustace (III!. PriiiControl Iti'.>cloi el v st John GUI. KM marrft I Arthur Dash, ,,1,1, .! ||| Mrs Harold Dash oi %  ride wfiu was given awaj kUMff wurr i .illy !:,m%  nad wet. atd decora lad with pamrta Bai llsaililiasi %  %  r lacttaaca roara and, fern. .it'.iinliM bg her kilter Was i) Gill, wim wai naid -1 honour Her dress was of pink misel georgette, and tier baad* "-' '" Mi Tma Fox. BflflttMai BoittMB, and the uaban %  I aMaaaal Win nanl and Mr Cyril Gill %  i a graceful brottkafi of the bai la in.(lull t %  % %  '•>>'-' -"". Her headHew Barrister I i.iajit. oi over tlurt> who i spemhiiK Uu Summer Muintajv bOBM ^ .( In Under Four Minutes Ircss was a Minnie juhctU' can Old Lodge Boy i white Anthunum and Araai A MONG those arbo a-are ii ih mies *> eaaaful In the Tnmt> I Fiii.ti avamlnaUoD %  t oi the candkla tas passed a/in WU .v.i. MisMotra fln wuiif. who want la achool U Ina : '• n, | in. three o ... Mi Bill DlH I Ml Alv.ii which were spent %  < ,J jfU| His Diana for the nil 1*1/111 ii mint a rmowvii W|| ni 1*1 .11 IltlaK o! UK' B nau* Club's \n„. Briti-%  %  '" %  U ""iota da/i ..f ibeii m moving into a flat in Kensi A n Una PMW niiaisaill Altai Lb> can i nj a recapUoa Pcttaa %  *\ fro,,, u,, ,. tluz .. mother. Sir., t' M K W.tlk. arrived in Eiuiaiul ...-t i-ck ft x ..-. pan Itau ,ne %  cottica" and is slaying u h,ttel for a short wh.le befi i Ad, an .-i.tn.' scaoa BTg (ll iirll llntc cotlafa and on "• %  m under four rolnuu u urivtog ** %  t^odoo Prodncuon |n Barbados, where thrv ni n Paised Finals \|" TED MERCER I i-i foui minutas %  "5*_ to pm^ns mi-, iwAwLs great credit on A A Hl „ 4M bsaUy. *"oi ..* so. ^, m-Rcr OI b. Hope Row Ltd la ""r p Antigua and of Mrs Alice Mercer. 1VX his finals in Civil Engineo ng at Toronto University. He Is of the late A. E. Mercer. S WELThKDia at M degrees In Ihe shaik Is something Brltitfi women do not bargain tor when buying summer clothes We are apt to tbink of %  summer wardrooe in term* ol cotton for evenings ar.a A.-.k ends, and fine wonteda and gabardines [or town wear r rrallt expect il to W :vn rnoiiKn tor us to go withw.'. ,, c"i *• a reault. the rtnn heal-*ave nnda BM linen-type fabric* .if linen drees or suit itcnmf iicceworlas. u one ol Ule amarte* 1 %  ii can chiwse it be sure that ihe material m ..tit Many iincn-usin nmvv and hot u> .car BODM i'-'.--i. print unle ou arr luck) enough to nnd a tine Dla (tched or cool coloorefl print \void itroiuj coawrt %  *i*n iu I""" coo: lure, choose grey* most shad•>.*\n material Is glo%e whit* ii*n i r Uie heat Or up you hotter ..!;.' %  ial He hate Had *kirU lit W lltn, ruched kirta and harem klrt*. bat thai .kin -llh -Uahed malU ..h.ufii pruU. U omr id in* ftff "'Thr model 1M alletnaUred. freen. rre*. •" J b,ur P*U1—"in* : % %  alL and % %  "" % %  a .ellow oil the hwuldei sweater. Vrll panae te worn t" Baaam Copj tt rr Uw ^ea^h. ie-saaa. or dnea. nuickly oas t reasy and rakea. Use a L.ghl make-uii and a pale pinky HPstlek. • Keap your hair shor' and nave noenjMlD*'v^i w ua* *mb Care of feet 0 1VI ipecial StMnUQB to F*V (e^ tn hoi weather. SoB* X i fa X4IMJ ClJUl. .Sy M •%  ..plaaa. v.. ,,^ (Ml ,. •be.e &J-"> •he .nii r. d K^p-rtd. "Youie Irani %  v . . **t' ucMjaiaid your little been vety niughty fnun ihe tot. brlont to P'in-eM ind liw in i pabtt. but you needn'i worry. I've taught her and I'm HIM -Am* ha> ludt to |r %  At he *tti oil ihe toy down comet bounding *h" nm. "No: ya. not r*." he wya tirml>. My nuiurr to MiuntiJ it ih*i IMS HZ Stfl C^iie -rue!"Say Goodbye ro Backache" -SAYS GRANDMA kacbt -. Mp NU .11,,, Hut .1 W Band, i %  t Ml. <* .ikiliK in home, day after day. u ..ukl really appt.ciat. li.-mut h t II.IM'. Klrey-I-iver IMIs can do nl„->. Unkaih. iaac*i because rhi* ibas pfovsa I>r. t II.IMrrnn'ly IIK h.nk.i>h>tn .1tWO tionat onceODBta"' %  "facial li.il ingredients lot both tba kir. Caaata Kidney ivrr Pilb. At all drug ctunter*. 11 %  < AM \ltl.\A rim :'i aTweenig *m %  s .,-, lmt d.ncr ^rtet loo ll you like iP %  —We'll be daocing IMOH%  • nian wii Advertise in the 'Evening Advocate SWaakfe* A^UATK CMW dm HA (Mambars Only) PAlLKTTf: (iOIHlAKl* — JOHN LUND MACDONALD ( AREV in IIHIUI 0 VIMIIAM I •..-•Oiiiii. mambcra of the ',i ..1 i'.c and H"laapua %  i" %  1 %  %  %  %  %  ncre for bix Weeks M il and Mrs. llalinan l'crcitai mm 1 i.iuaad on . tnej wuj bf ban for sla week.bjobdaj slaying arnb MIM .*• hoarati In om Avanua, BaUavilii in liini.i.ici. Mi I', leival u Id Assistant Manager of Uic Mo>. b.ink oi Canada in ftnt-of fjpslri 'llieir snuill dougn 11 Jam • 1 ..in.'i them. 1. t ley. Mi D Mi %  M" %  Biraett. nd Ike 1 Mlwe* Blrkett M' M CO 'IM 1 H Gmn. ft vt ISM, Mi* b>i Bell. Mr Chu lie r.n. M g li.iki. Mr -i..l Mrt L 1 ni w.. r HV ..n.l Mr. II J Mr. 1 On Holiday a ram DBWHURsi wife Ol Mr D planter of HoKruu. !> %  n.iw in Barbadea ii a hulida< She arrived on Wcdnaaday morning b] tba "Lad] N--l m" and if remaining until the boat returns Mrs Dewhurst 11 a gus Robert Yaarwood %  ( U 1*" Mr n Laaaau. it. Here For Two Weeks M 1 ; M Transferred Exchanging Mes.ages THK Wan I miles touring t R AN 1 J ION MCCONNEY. I .11 <.fi|".i lanili to "l Mi and Mr Oueti e*chania measagag wuh Uielr .U( ..in 1. .f Ii.inkville" Christ bj*ines un June 30. The' I M iaa SVLVIA BUT CH IMBON. Cburcn afho has bean on the BarnnVUed to hava a Iooh Managaraaa of the cobtauti bade .'..11 ..t Barclays Bank for heuUquarteis „i %  1. TrUUdad grrl eighteen month*, haa le*a in London, and arnn B W I A to spend been transferred to their (leorgeare being made for them to coin tu efka hulidaj with her i< nn 1.1..11.I1 Anthony left by the rnunleat* by cable wltn tni Haal %  i Ml Us* la the Weat Indies. 1 underAnnual Visitor stand that tba Cot i li giving 1^1 : \ ;>i\ MIIYN he Vtry Successful s cocktail irty i<.r ihOocdna Grant's in "w |SS ORACITA KAl'LKNER. Wi Trinidad arrtvad ovar Ina waekJVI arbo arrld bat* aniruig MM and b) HWIA U> irdddla of last wa afc wUI give bai 'T^Hf: SPARTAN FOOTBAIX weak huh,i.,ataylni .it Cacra, lis i ^„ lk nolhtl on Thui < %  -> %  %  CLUB held Cocktail Pari> bank. nlgbl at Com b at l liata Hall lOb House 11 Ml si. Evelyn is almost an anPark. In honour ..1 till t.. lurbadoa. Ancgada in th.Hiiti^h Virgin vauUng Malvern rootbsdl Club of Also arriving over the wet I Wanda ind went to New York n was Miss Helen Taut who 1* >(H|n({ Kirl nhcre sne i!arte | aUotaymgfltCacrabank Library Course She R tndled with Vincenl MatiTJ. Scawell on Saturdav 11 aajss (ilUl.INK IIARNETT, a tina and Clyde liurr..* ,. t her father M: %  t*i member of the s laT of the launched with the famous chotl Pn-eee. who arrived from Trim Public Library relumed from • %  W I %  %  %  b] HWIA He Is % % %  Trinidad by IIW.IA. on Sunday H. 1 no . k B holiday and is ifl.r atlendlnt! a OOUrsa in Ubtaand her trip so Tar through lbs tba Marine Hotel Mr* Preeec re1 kinship at the Eastern Canbi. t.i %  %  : England for PMgknal Ubran ce*sfui CoektaU Party Viaiting His Daughter \*ISS MIM I'REECE w.i, BY THE WAY !" < !" ** wh point out Ina* Mnralon and Kcu".' Ferns ley. %  fnafa more th;m 300.tHHi grulli and % %  : %  %  • % %  turned out every 12 hours. He was tnown Ina oonplleatsd law which set* Ihe gnat .Hid he i>la' fully pullcl it. jammed the contab and vtopped all work for nine hours. Not a grull wai during U 1 tba fe.ii of tba man "claims a new world raonrd" having played the piano lor !.' 1 two hours wKbot %  topptni is not, h II all rida i of an ni' re of musk The t(:.. 1 he play"' How Ha h mustca ground did '' COVai >n thai lim" • he gal turned via singlt ous that the fastet %  1 ;mcl the greater the a %  t the more %  lbs say, slow musk %  rani out %  horse I % %  in. Xht'Ull t.oan 0/ Uan//uiir.' K OOLUKATFATT1 ; -lay to inspect Ihe hug. *TMIEKK ..re still to be founci %  %  • u( \ei>e lhu t li Sdctl of rontemtbought* 1 who abando.1 I li ik tti.tt aaakea the harbanan reader throw : snds and roll his eve> in [t-ljadmrration DteUactual especially If capital lei %  'so barred BUI now an American j"-l !i put a comma after every word, b vitality of hi Muse. That is surely invitim; ome more daring thinker 10 begin every line with two commas bama the first word, anil to .in! "1" %  %  nh empty thus ( )—a masterly use ol something more powerful than aposiopesis I mlrr Hv PnttMvitpr .YKC!. ar ryoi % %  I 7.000,000 rfntea, end iiutoirophit crupromama in a fiinyus. 'See f f ti m bold'' %  tpborleoHdae and VrtceHuiar boss WcjwH dsaa in dninleu'ii". I NEWS! (Children's Married Twenty x ears .... Yes, \M) IN SHO 1 III SINESS Anne Edwards Column "YOU must do a slory aboul tl.nn." every.ir.e saflS, 'thes '\e t-Tn happily in.trriedToi .'< And." they always added, "in Miaincss. too." It all started '.'1 years ago, when .. vivid, dark-eyed girt found heis-lf hored all through a dinner part) b) l young man who never I liking ibout himself. "I thought he was verv conteited. hc lays. 'Td been 111 films some time, and I'd got to the stage where one didn't talk about It any more. But he kept telling me who he was and what he was z line to do—and all he'd got wai his first contract with M-O-M." I don't even remember her.' h* confesses "The fact is I wasnl interested In who 1 was talking :o—only who I was talking about I've been trying to finish that converaauon ever since. . A few week* later they met at a bridge parly. She was a firslclau player, and he was her partner She called "Four no trumps The first card he plaved was so unusual I said to myself. Thi* gu> l a genlUI Then I realised played the game before in his life 11, made onh HUM Now they've been 20 veerand in sho* What's fie aecret' "1 vc learned he wi. "Say I co.ne home in a really mean mood I ball 1 'Tiiat't a loui> hat you're "wear1 I -f *he ague, there'a a row. if she sayt w thing I get mad M Sura, d-rllng. %  jhe fa been thmking ao my. I"ve learned ., fm thing." .he '• %  "The (Irst lima We went to %  gether and my husband -aid Look, there's a prettv g,.\ ten. *honey ? he %  "1 I 'ell you I've W n %  : there'* M are' ri!?*J ,l 4 h P S y ""•"*-*are rarer in show business* It ma ba that in Hollywood wives .ten earn more than their huv1 that upsets maaeuui ^jSswS4£hS DABHOI I f-r work for me'" woktog PcrfinneH Bin AMERI. orS gtoojnoor Of *e iarx k-balk garage at of r than 'ka hduae etaet ia tar oellar larder U lummrr Thu lop'iurH.ulea rIe woaJd he good tinder a bath W cop and raij fo manage ir'i'i afjial \ Drick-t: cooler than %  •'.;: pail or large bowl wun water and add a handful each of household soda and salt. -and boltlea of milk In mis. ana it will keep fresb overnight without hotftng Pkue a plsoe ( elate in the bottom of the pail or stand UV bowl on H the food oovered. but aJao to circulate N1-1 covers wcitfhtod WRJI beads rv aa efficient aa any. Iadon Ba aajS SJ Ber*Me It. aoanOs a> though it anouin o* new but rou can oat •eoooannd iA. oat her fd tn Bat roils tor niter L. What anf cut pruot will pr dues. (Si t tou^Ear aspect tba nuogrt ana neaflr to OS thU. 181 a. You'll nod K.O. Cannon in one t. Mad* ua iaoi m m dlfferem aoOMOOW. (41 a. lr.and of thr Deer iotas*, t* 7, Tou Qnd It more than a r*quet a Mb of won la (act. |4> 10. lotnoatc nature. 171 12. lasted la a war to provide coverage. (Si II HUUd UP U.e %  .:. IS) '.4 u is'] do Una then aural* u.e • 1 IS StOOI. '* 1 !<: ^j,"i H .. aw. at**, i* Saw: S3 fooe; S9 Ora4. u p... 1 AMaahla: a. eauir* id kraS Iruhnsl tained in one half, and screw them up. The set is completed with a chatelaine (a long gilt chain which she wears as a neck* lace or ,1 bait), on which two largas perfumed bobbles are hung tricky ideas are a glided English penny *et in a bracelet and given her for Kick before nhe left And scatter pin* made of litlgMl large pearls nr rhtl *l Did It T.HI* WHAT I like about . THE KINCJ the way he *.cej. the King g| ulhers see him. know what waiting on paradi like." he told Trevor Howard, who had been standing in line for M minutOS to be presented. "I had to dO it for mi father ANNA NEAGLE the way babava like a typical film star at a premiere and brings the blue mink along, then behaves like herself and forgets 1o take it I'll/A LAST TWO Slums TODAY • •' p.n. in "SII.VK.R KIYt:K" GAIETm 7 (The Garden) ST. JAMES i—* .%  mm MONOCMAira tx,.b.il^ll.lmen^ ol Stria] "THE 3.31 ir—1' in: TAN a BLACK I liar "Disiiiifliv.'" I'. I 3'*—6's $2.57 7'—10 171 M'a—l'a 3.W Also TAN & mm* SANDALS —Crepe Soles JIM; 4.(13, 'EVANS and \t IIITFIfl lS 1 Our Shut' Stun* opened her wardrobe for me last week HETTY GAItRETT, dancing a ife nf Larry Parks. From her ears dangle little gilt globes, each one a iierfutne container. You unserew thu two halves, saturate with scent ihe cotton wool concmammr is i XECESSITY. V I LI WHY WE can Supply I.AVATOKV BASINS—While & Aqua Green ;?-!• and SS' l|111(111 4: I.OW LKVKL TOILET SI'ITES While \., u -L Orwn W1I1TK TI1.KS—Square and Shaped ( IIROM11M BATH ROOM FITTINGS — Tow.l IC uU Shou.r Row.. 8o.a lli.h— lumblrr and Toolh-Rruah Hold.n, Paper Holder*, (llaaa Shrlvea with Guard KaU*. CLEANSERS — All kinds. DIAL 20 3 BARBADOS COOPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. "••I II. (Worthing.! %  THK THICK WOMAN" ••CARACAS NH1IIT' tui'iiit: • U A %  jn Ana HOih C-Fox Presents I1KTTY GRABLE in "HABASII AfUfl I Colrr ii t* MATURE Hii HARRIS HOW Tn-tta> U Onh Mtii c F..V pn %  THE t 4KIBOO TKA1I." Starring Randolph SCOTT tieorge (Gabby) HAYES "CARACAS NKiKT" OI.V.MIM4 I v a I n 20th f -Kox D..ublc I I. > il NOLA N s g„, || Ami 111 'mi -i UN MM stu:r And •DARK CORNI.R %  (1) (21 l (4) LEON ERROL in "CACTUS CUT UP" LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE Free Copies of lite Son,: "MY FOOLISH HEART" i INK CARTON JEFFREYS STOUT (Keep your Hall Tickels) NO INCREASE IN PRICES • -.-.-.-.-.-,-. %  .-,-,.,...,.,.,.,.,-,.,.,.,,,.,,,._,_._._._._._......,,,....,, DO YOU FEEL THE DROPP/NG P • You Can t slop the Rain but You Can Stop the Hole in Your Roof \ Kfl IS YOUR ROOF IN ORDER? NOW IS THC TIMt TO MMl SUM For Repairs we can aupply:— GALVANIZED IRON SHEETS in a lew siiea EVF.RITE SHEETS in slock sizes HEAVY ALUMINIUM SHI ITS in slock siles RED CEDAR SHINGLES DOUC.I-\S FIR RE.AXTA TiOA'S t. TO.



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PAl.l: I'm it i:ii'i:ni(pvnvix \Ti: III sll\Y. .11 M Jii | r,i, BAKBADOStgkAm^O@ffr£ < Will King Leopold".* Wife Risk The Hiss Of Hate? • OB I-M.. M. i June 20. 195" M HM I II At HIM. THE teaching of science ai Harrison College has been the bone of contention between two echooU of thought in this island each of whom can lay claim to strong arguments in its favour. Now the controversy has reached the Legislature and today the Legislative Council will consider a bill to remove the onus of responsibility for the teaching of science from the shoulders of the Director of Science and Agriculture Those interested in this matter will remember the strong stand taken by the iirst Director of Science and Agriculture, the late Profe.sor J. P. d'Albuquerque, in the Press years ago when a change was attempted. He held the view, and convinced the majority of its merits, lhat as long as the responsibility for the teaching of KtonC* at Harrison College remained fixed on the Director of Science and Agriculture, there was the chance of having that subject taught by iirst class men who came to the Department as officers. If on the other hand that responsibility was removed, it would mean that teachers who had merely obtained a degree would be appointed to the College staff to teach the subject. The disadvantage of this arrangement was that, whereas the officers of the Department were constantly moving on in promotion allowing the introduction of a freshness b\ new officers, it was possible that mere teachers of the College staff would remain for many years inasmuch as they were not scheduled, not being members of the Colonial Teaching Service. On the other hand the protagonists of the change argued that science was but another subject on the curriculum of the College and as such should be under the direction of the headmaster. There were those who went one step further and argued that the fixing of the responsibility lor science teaching at Harrison College, being left in the hands of the Director of Science and Agriculture, constituted a slur on the administrative ability of the Headmaster of the College. They argued that the oncers of the Department of Science and Agriculture were not subjected to the direction or control of the Headmaster of the College who was responsible for the entire curriculum. Because of this the curriculum had to be arranged, not to suit the convenience of the College, but that of the officers teaching science. After a long public controversy, in which all those who were interested and qualified to do so had taken part, it was decided that the teaching of science at Harrison College should remain the responsibility of the Director of Science and Agriculture. Earlier this month, the House of Assembly passed a bill relieving the Director of that responsibility and the bill reaches the Council today. The teaching of Mience at the College is sufficiently important to the island that any change in the method adopted should be of the greatest public interest. Within recent years the number of pupils taking science has increased to such an extent as to warrant new buildings and additional teachers. It is the proud boast of those concerned that every pupil of Harrison College whit had taken science within the last twentyfive years is presently employed. Thir was brought out in answer lo a criticism that boys who wanted to escape the rigour of other subjects scamped that work by taking science. The importance of the matter therefore will be obvious to everyone interested in the general welfare of the educational progress of this island. It may be that the time has come when changed circumstances warrant the change-provided by ihe amending bill. It may be that the old argument of having first class men interchanged after three or four years teaching science still holds good. It is a matter which cannot be lightly pronounced upon On today's decision may well hang the fate of many a potentially brilliant science scholar from Harrison College. BRUSSELS The Pnnrcv. De Hethy. at 34 %  M of Europe'* loveliest and most fascinating women, has thrown the chivalrous capital of Belgium ml • a most unrhivalruu* tlv Will she. won't she. come back tu Brussels with (he exiled King I.e..pold III.—and if she does. v.h.it then* Over ihe royal palace to-night lhre Dies again the black-goldred Hag of Belgium. In the eandamn* barracks at Etterbeck rove out this afternoon, mounted troops tn gala uniforms and bearskins were practising ai. unaccustomed ceremonial. "Yas." said the colonel In charge "It la, you may say, the royal escort." Angry or elated, according to their politics, the men of Brussels .iw.iit Ix-opold's arrival—"in the first days of July," the Prince de l.lgny. head of Belgians aaco n d family, told DM But for the women from Court dowagers to .shopgirls, the "royal question 1 comes down to whether the Princess de Rethy will dare to show her face in Brussels—except thai they do not call her the Princess .le Hethy. They call hei MM. Uael* Everyone knows — now — that Mary Lilian Baela was born In London during the first world war, had u convent sohool education, first in Highbury, then in Belgium. The nuns still rememt>er her high spirits, her vivid blue .'jo* -ind jet pigtails ll i In11 i travel Lnn.gnito Now it had been conf.'i rid on the king's second vtfe m this usurper "MaryUUane Baals." it ma explained, %  -the ii.iughtcr of an honourable Belgian family i mplinl*i %  i.i ., in li-Hsh at %  W> 1 lanucl In Brussels MX most pow11 (ni t .% %  .., i %  %  %  i outside ii %  il pall Ing the pi ting arms at t] ough the %  ajta ihr'i I asks "Queen I. her brother you know." Her brother, il ialleged, refused to •Ma) l BdUl .inder the esik I licit... i. rnment ley I ourie*** It is with sucta *.'H-kiiiu parvoni.1 bitterness thai run B Iglum !,a* no Court eUQUltl Inqutrlan among nul i-i,co u r ega hop.u H LM !• received with even ttv rhlnga thai with n.iiilit l>e passed i i.rtng tin hiss or i fee" dee them When *he rught 'JO drcsselib in Paris, heading Ihe lroub.~enu with a strapless •mbroldaraa m taken dm l.n I a of war on Brussels women 'Yes, she is pretty enough", a newspaper column,**. %  an say. "but ghn BM i reel %  %  %  i Inataad**—and %  i it.ibie pieThe I unm I . (i-. .. ,-f., : %  Of the Palace." Nearly half a cnitury IBS enpold II. married HOW DO YOl LIKE VOl'R AUfflNK? Thr I'rank In 1935 Leopold'* young Qucn .Vlnd. holovH by the wholtna Uon died In a car cnuh The When in., tod -r Ihc war found King himself was at the wheel Leopold in Sal'burg heavy pollEverronr undenlood hl reniorac t'eal complaint, wan md tfrtpf ugulnst him l>espilo iln-.hf Maiv %  Ulliane'. father had might have flown lo Brussels Bui In seeret a 19-vear ol bought a villa next to the royal he was no longer alone There IH.-m.-h. llel ......inn.-.at Knockc Matv-Liwas the iivond wife *. a wa.ne .„,• -is I""..! of the king's While Leopold wavered the a Rumanian hull porter iSZJSm three children. Sh ..plaint, grew. The king, his The old km. inalallrt Blaneh. .;„l with them on the enemies .aid was a curious "prTain a villa which communicate.. MOdl But also she became tne oner of war' He had been •. king's conatant companion at golf Berchtesgaden to see Hitler; he lenanean passage. Ha n and tennis day a mob of lnii'kini: sur i-iuntlt.i the lady's and flower* for his eoach. They Monad her and tried econd wedding to drag her out Who was this exotic beauly. The BalfaV ptOpW ban I ho harsh way will, commoners who po'ld changes his spots" eek Her mother her father chllOlM had visited Vienna -to have a iMironew Theti War came, Belpum fought for toolh drawn And then it appeardren. ve days Then the lint tragic ed that Hitler had added to h stroke of fate—the king surrentroubles by sending both co.idered to Hitler with his army gratulaU You may remember seeing, in tbc week before Dunkirk, a newsihw's nnster in the Stiand "Leothey cried, this fawe princess .... "Laughs h:id dared to take Astrtd's place II looks as if MaryHei maio ••.. % %  %  i. .ill her charm nation that rhanges few that In December HMI the nation that poor Mary-Uliane. wtlOM and courage in the nation th was informed that their king had father had held dignified posts in lu-r husband has divided married seemly in Oerman-octhe Covenimcnt had a matuL i h. N I % % %  . %  ka plab .. %  % %  ; • M Annn.ai. i""inkled with kicks in the slomnch. r ti*i^s of j burgtoning luperniiUiral riddlat? Or what' In the whole history of man fear has i>een a predominating feature, and from the most ancient folklores up lo the present fs 6d. n ivi-1 the %  tf OngCft fear "f all, the ( r <>! the unknown h.ir. been inscribed. In the words of Doroth) 5ayfs: "The art of nlf-tormanting is an ancient one." and it seems that while all of us are afraid, il not of anything specilic then of fear itself. nearly all of us are lilled with U. avid curiosity about it. Particularly when we are happy and feel. ,:. In our surroundings—toes In lUpptn or Bitting in a dackenaft when in fjaCt, our iiwn confusions and worries are in abeyance. do we lake pleasure in frightening ourselves to death, in pUZZllDfl ourselves silly ovei cfphefi or relishing J sordid light? WHY assUD ffaaVM? • us read thrillora for relaxation, some for artificial excitement, some ai an intellectual gome, and as long as one of these ic-suiti^ n i sved '.'.'. %  have not, up to now, eared very much how the books were i iten. Gran led, many have been written extremely well — Poe Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie Wd Dorothy Savers, to name but few. were and are stylists — but we probably would not care in the least if they were not. The split Infinitive does not trouble Ihriller tea U iIn one way. therefore, Georges Simenon's huge popularity is somewhat singular. Fur though he is one of the most gifted novelists alive he offers his readers neither relaxation. excitement nor puzzles—or. at any rate, only on a very modest scale. KEILLER'S DUNDEE CAKES -'j CHIVEIt S BED PLL'M JAM CHIVEKS STKAWBEBBY & Gl-OSI I JAM PHUNES IN SYRUP SWIfTS MUTTON \ PEAS KAHHOWS OIANT PSAS DUTCH SPINACH MOKTONS ANCHOVY SAUC1 HEINZ M SAUCE ... t-ORNEl> BEEF WITH CEREAL DANISH TINNED HAMS fl BIBS I H> He fM < dl %  IMUI. I Cl >l Ol.ll l-M KAIM IIM HI >l The Socialists Are IMaj ini* For Tim k Go-Slow ami Dodge: Make Sure of It knows conscious!) | crnsciulv |hat Britain ., ,, %  .. -,-, ' none the oatlona WinnutK the Next Election: /'— uMh* earth it tis that iu prasO posiuou Owes nol rape —nt its problems are enorrtal ^tand^g in the world. It desn.: to achieve that stand. ing And there Is no reason whj The strategj of the Socialist (l ^ MuM |luU II tin I .ntrols or inJhMDCM .*. %  i aiea of the earth 1 IKT WJ. HTOWM Food Minister Maurice Webb spoke the other night to the women members of the South Lewisham Socialist Party He mad.' two prophecli-i, one of which has already proved to be wrong. The one which proved lo be wrong was the prophecy that nothing would appear in the Press about his speech In fact. every newspaper In Britain has %  %  ported il at some length. The second prophecy was about Ihe date of the next elect'oii. Any Idea that this would Inan early ivent would he said, prove to ba "entirely wrong". "1 see reason," said Mr Webb Ihe > Pfcrty Is plain for nil to W this Government can hai a year or more, the memorv of the years 1M5—50 may In npa led to baconM Nothing is more h loaders of the Soclalls' Party Thc-lr expel leuc* :.t Uaf lasl ••lection tauffct thero thai the IUIII total of wnat tiH-y bad dom tn not exactly popular They wish that what the) d d faiinteB They wish \o famiiiarhba the country with the aoectacle "f i w|| Si i i.ili-t %  Yet Ins books, once picked up. cannot be laid down. They are thrillers in the sense thai they involve murderers, thieves and police detectives, yet their potency lies not in promoting a desire to lind out whodunit— 1 because quite often Simenon ends a book with an unexpected if lifelike anli-climax— but simply in the excellence of his prose. So one nun suppose his millions of readers in seventeen languages, though seeking vica nous thrills remain, having failed to rind them, absorbed by his words. Which is undeniably odd. We have SHINC.LKS SHINGLE PAINT GALVANISE GUTTERING IB", 21. :m". :.r." ALUMINIUM GUTTEK1M. 21 *l". 30" GALVANISE NAILS IRON NAILS PLASTIC (for stopping holes) WILKINSON & IIAYNLS CO. LTD. C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. 111,1 4413. 4472 & 4b83 HKCKWITII STORES Simenon, I am tuld, lias high literary amMurrhintf On Moreover. U %  now :irut thtl next tlectlOfl i ;i used To ease and miligal.' thI : It.illi Will not do S4) We live in fear of Russia, and depandanee upon the B Thai is nu positi' .in Imperial race \vi..-. TacrtM? Waal then in these clrcum%  nuid be the tact* the Opposition? it should be which strike right the root oi tbe BoctaUst polio : be Issues nol detail, on which the Government %  or on which they vi i by the device i | lunildence. Tln-v R)U I i on Which defeat would i HI appeal to the th. should nol Ro well late next year." By "we," he meant the Cover nmenl. Well, neither d-. 1 %  •t'lYiils? If* uiTpopuiar'Tmi UTtttttfuTeontrols lii such a Parliament as this. „t the circumference, without the Government, with a majority iuiTiderus| Wl) i which ranges from six to nine, u , hl ..nUe according lo the state of the | f n,|s rtretegjf ihOUW wmther and the iu--idence of the j n a labsumtial majoritv (or the "HMII7. common cold, wilt from lime to Socialist) at • irtheO position eniwiee thj> lime suffer defenu in the division ln ,. Ml m |, towards ihe compkt. will nol harry and harass the lobbies. nUecUvlet ttate will tk ; %  vernment on the minutiae of But if H does, such defeats ar<" Ml the point ••' which it wei led poUcie rhj nol Irremediable. All that will orT> happen is lhat the Government j,, a Bve-yaei PtrUaov will table, 'or a dale fixed in lnt 0 f n o return, on ttV advance, a motiifl if confidence lo totalitarian sm. w.il,i On such a motion, all their supreached and passed The real porters will be present to the last wov |d follow, man. Even if the Liberals vote Now llls government with the ConservaUves, the Govfepresent a majority In the conn eminent will scrape home, and t|V Thl ,,,,„.,, wavin.l .i' M. nil. from lU point of view, will 1;| ; ( deedon between u^be well. %  e rclurnett in\ • % %  %  ••—••— --%  ,. | L i %  *e to break through xvould Injure and de s t^ ca|)ln The IUK. .. •• ... ii-u-al and eeonomlr indepencl*rrZ %  v.-...; %  --.heua,u,a. ttlewabh %  %  '• M amergy of our p* V in > to i-v!i'i a new and better .I.I f..i mi-elves :ind Ihe world' 1 Ne.lhei %  : iheaa two feei Phi uuwar to one real mo.i of iin ideotofi li another end better 0UAUT< Ideoloj) IT is for the Oppositii ivl'l concentrate on irael %  u. %  Our Sh.ii'kli's Are W I" live .M Mini-penna %  • ndenee on other people'.' An • to develop the resources MI country, and of thi nwealth and bnplreT t. sink back to ihe .-Ith ,.,., ,.i.-et.o.. "•'" V, A ,, ,f level of %  Third-rate Power. ii I; %  I %  IIIINI ll..ilU< But while the Government may go on for a good while yet. I can also see every reason why It should not Every reason, lhat K from a national point of view For a Government which are In fact nol n Government, but only an administration. Is an Immense national liability. As the condition of iheir rontlnued existence, it has to dodge every The country la conscious thai U cle.ir thai they serious Internal problem, am 1 ,!* whole position Li I falsa < Be, and to proclaim it every considerable international |has the lineal f fame that II the top of Iheir voice, problem being on furetgn aid in a fool(Woitdfopyright Reserved J And their internal and its InpoTeahsl —L.E S Vi' Oilli lli'H""--Thr Hrul 11..ns scored 104 and Bailea !>-' not outthese two n tsould hardly claim t" c Big Guns In the batting deIn the West Indies first Innings Stollmeyer 45 and Weekes 52 nglu:>T scores on the third day's play. England'' >i-ond innings Kartell 'I and one handed Button. Injun I in the first inWeai Endies nlngl on the same day ;ind sixty eight minutes of the fourth day: TH ,,nd Weekes 28 No sir. if it li i (aimed that Evans and Bailey won Ihe test for England, it i* evident lhat the "Big Three" who contributed 38 in the loattt for the We.IfKttea Throughout the match the fine hut prevailed has been described a: phenomenal for I old Trafford". RADIO CRICKZTER the United States i. We ought to occupy a not inferior to cithei[ D lIons Writinu a thriller every few months us Government remain' ,. , -, u -,u„_ is his way Ql tramini; himself for MgHei ventures. Certainly each book he produces draws further away from criminulony and nearer to paychologv. He does not seem to care whether anybody rinds the murderer or not. He is merely interested in humanity, of which he takes "the gloomiest possible view. NO ONE TO HATK In his latest book', the last story—there are two—concerns itself with two elderly sisters, as odious a pair of crones imaginable. These two can breathe only in an air foul With mistrust and suspicion. When the husband of one hangs himself and the daughter decides, in a religious ecstacy. to die — and doM so the two women arc temporarily lost and terrified because there is nobody left to hate. With something like a sigh of relief they Bnd they Ban minruei each other. This story is a study in mental cruelty Arsenic appears briefly on the scene but it is never used, except as food for thought. Simenon builds up his characters without comment or analysis. They confound themselves out of their own mouths. The strain of this family's hideous life is painted slowly. piece by piece, colour by colour, until at the end one is suffocating in the hot rooms, wading through brooding sileni meals, waitini; fur Ihe spying eye and the sound of exploratory feet on the stairs — longing to eat ape, rush out of Ihe house into the strret. screaming. CLLES...AND A BODY But is it a thriller? And is the Iirst story about a whimsical tramp who steals a murdered man's money, quite a detective story'.' It certainly has, a detective — not dear Monsieur Maigret but his former assistant Lucas —it has clues and, on the last page, a bod\. but the impression it leaves is mainly branded by Simenon's concern for the changing hearts and minds of men doing, or not don. their duty in a steaming hoi Paris. The English detective story with its astuie but %  etmingly inept detectives, with its beloved Sherlock Holmes, with Hanaud. Father Brown, Poirot and Lord Peter Wtmsey grew. via Edgar Wallace, into, and eventually became submerged by the American idiom. Influenced by such writers as Ellcry Queen. Dashiell Hammett and Erie Stanley Gardner. ihe old footprint measuring, whal were you doing at 2.7 style has almost entirely disap peered. We like our detective stones hardboUed and given to us with a punch. Or at i any rate we did. But Simenon's success makes me wonder \ whether we aren't developing a taste for investigating wicked thoughts rather than wicked deeds? BATTING GLARDN STUMPS — RIBBKRS A BAT OIL Bit KSK1N \ GANVAI BOOTS DAK FLANNiX PANTS CRICKK1IM. t ll*| III be Pleated to Srrve Ymi. DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT EAT A IHUXK I III III si I IT: As Kni Race, Blae < Nes, > < Ol II I t'hixr A %  ..,,burn Bin. 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Tl I SDAT JUKI N. lsn BARBADOS ADVOi Ml PACE THREr PHRASEBOOK FOR SPEAKERS An illustrated. Ltl-wlng dictionary . compiled by CUMMINCS HARBOUR LOG f IN CARLISLE BAY A (UfCOTMd picture h\ Hi unprinciplcJ cartoon!) i A hloatcJ capitalist i*>iid'"-ii K\uress Seme Electricity May Be Cut Again THK consumers of electricity must lxconservative ul their usi of this community ii they artto avoid cuts in the powei The Mununemenl has done well in restoring undtr difficulties, continuous supply and they hope to continue and even to extend this service but ii is imperative f.at consumers co-opei;itc In this elTort. —* A Notice appearm* In mother i i: :i.. new i-.i.< i leila of th adjustment* to be mad.' ..r..l in %  n interview wrltfa the "Advocate in Menajynr, Mr Ver pointed I'licus ncetdenti HM the two new 11 Sen HI January, and Ibi iiiini Inconva* lenca ceuied to Up b the end ol February, the Company had been able lain a continult> ol supply. One of the new Generating hasnow been put In el Gr DZath n d ,lS T Lale T b J ect Inquiry To The Steel Shed l Rainbow V !• %  .-. %  I r. !" -II lrw r>rt. %  11 MM Han i rr.>im M 'a* art. Caw Jn-es* M ivn—* H,*i. •* ton *l Cpl h-ni.ii Ouiana r i -T Capi %  T. M •* s, Mimnrrn ^t Ml '• %  ilJiO U* AttSrlrlM %  S %  iMl HI .• UMM In Touch With Barbados Coaat Station H.A,M.BeckIes Gets M.A. From Oxford 'oEO RU ETO WN "Su nc* "l4 Mr II Uty AM Beckles. BA (Dunel r,). b. A. (Oxon.). Deput> v.-.. Principal. Queen'* Georgetown has been notified by Ihe Registrar of the University ot Oxford that the Degree of Master of Arts (M.A.) was conferred on riini In abaenlla on Jill I Born on January 13. 1898. at Bridgetown. Barbados Mr Beckles was educated at Combermcrv School. Harrison and Cod %  rington Colleges, Barbados, Exeter College. Oxford University. |ns> 22JZL land, and Ecole Malezieux. Paris. m Prance Me secured the B.A (Double First Litl Ant) at Durham University, and Usi BA (Honours Jurisp. | ot Oxford, and later qualified as a barrlstei-atlow at the Middle Temple. Beckles has taken cou OwW liters, othei CUM I y<" Tht' other .'i older Bet ire all In need of major overhauls and this work will be carried out, one Set at a time, as soon us possible Set na* already been under repair fur some lime and should be in operation again by nd of June By adopting thbr procedure, we felt confidant that we could have maintained a continuity of supply until we receive the new generating Set in September. "We had propo tiie tverhaul of the largest Set (WKt K.w.) until after Lba %  .. Bi I m due In September, was In coi Mental Hygiene at Nice and ,| 0 n. keeping it as a standb; Intelligence Tests at the London Institute of Education; ami a po st -graduate course in Mental : in mt i pa, "This Set. however is under i-onlrarl to be i.-iondilumrd by Health In Childhood at the Lonthe makerart* I ivg BOW insisted don Institute of Medical Psychology Formerly an acting Assistant Maater al Harrison College, Barbados. joined the staff of it out of eommli Bet !* %  given up for overhaul ImnM Ul I H UW consider it dangerous n run any longer, hajya therefore had to put ft i e an 'i College. Georgetown, in 192C as an Assistant Master and these ctrcurn itancea the 1 Deuutv Prineffort will be made to avoid intcr...__ luption to supply, by carrying oul c*en1ial maintenance work durng the night, but we wish to inr was appointed Senior Master in ia' continuity of supply have 1939 He succeeded Mr E O. been v.iy gieotlv reduced Ever, Pilgrim. B.S clpal when Mi Pilgrim retired In 1944 In 1932 Mr. Beckles wpotnted to l e u tee a M British '"" " "' %  E*"* £"* there H Guiana at the British Social ^K-m the ooss.l ;1 Uty of our. be.n. Council in London, in* "" %  ^ "WPV he demand at ''.mi times and hi .-imsequence liLvlng to cut off ippl. The overhaul of the Generating Bet "i question will tal ;P 3—4 months. Theaa conditions have %  rjten by eheumitences beyond THE inquiry into the ileath of Elta EirkK .i 40->.-at-ol I of Lightsfoo' Lane was sdiourned Until June U by Ml 1! Griffith. Coroner ot DiMiict "A" yesterday. The bOCb ,) |l | found by Alfreo Barrow ot Chelse.i Hoad. Si Mnitavl. Iloatmg on End 1 I yfjeterday Di II i. M.. aiah *lu %  .l the p-i mort-m examlnatloi al the I'oi.ii. Morin„i> aaM ha went to *;r.-,\. Bn i -a. i ratei\ ing certain liiformatlon and f-.und iJttet the Uu body BJ s identtAad by Octavia Sf Hill as th.it ..f Kits Fields About 12 Hours From his examination the woman was dead for about 12 hours and her apparent age was 40. Both lungs were full of water and there were bruises on the forehead, legs and hands The nose and Up* vere swollen, heart normal and ihe stomach contained some water and undigested food In his opinion Etta Fields did from drowning. Asked about Ihe driiisf .in the foivhead. Dr. Massiah said that that bruise a likely caused by a stone tixniim into contact with the head whtis In the water First witness called after the medical evidence was Octavta St Hill who identified the bodv to Dr. II. L. Massiah. si..said she last saw Ella Fields alive on Saturday about mid-day. She apl>eared normal. Fields oceasionalcomplained to her about some auble with her house rent. Yesterday she went to the Public Mortuary and saw hsr body there Lindsay Harris, a Debt Collector last saw her alive on Saturday morning in Roebuck Streel when he spoke to her about the rnonev he was sent to collect She told him that she had received a summons to appear before the Police Magistrale for debt. She appeared normal and said that everything will soon be OK. —DECLARES VESTR} OBJECTIONS !< ( the erection of unothei stMl shed al Quecn'i Park cannot now be enter^lned u permualMi has alrea.i %  U>\ lb ereclion and the building la i leted, tiK'mbern of ihe veatry Mid tftnttt i la] lerin | letten from the Am und Crafts Society %  i Civic Circle protaaUrifl egainai ibis lunlding. %  [arid that — — %  itu i ol fact tin:, shed would itMSM •••-' n 1M ll.rk-i i !...! %\Mlm\ s 1 \U... S % i,-ll H H %  > S -..11 )|Ml. '! %  b Ln eut. s s n...kouv s %  ata e .i s H 19 Ifanum ata I nwuajp, si \ sataaa i s %  >^( A". B*M %  l ft< Nan i ..-i a i.i-.t 1 •*] i ..nil H .. 1. %  TMlt. . -, s KM* ting. ,...-! s MM<. h 1 %  • i %nii I ... I < %  . — :. i ii^daid. Mr Erl Waina-W,.b*., Mr. Ai*Jre !> %  •' %  gl-nOO BBUtnltU* Mf PaTncli Hr'.*"-" %  MM A-^ii P> P: n.. Mr* J.—'. Pktol p*a Hi I CBodi.i, %  v | a -, R %  V. %  %  *.,,.MI I. I M .... t'wii * %  •MiBtoin* Fiaa y OlfiM J-flriv M, ,!...^. • %  *.!1" Oi^ti Mr \'hriani i • ept Into tlu i n ..kin* rommumtY of .00 todv\ .. freak flood L %  %  lad •• huge xUn east 't '-T s*api*d %  '. %  the ground alruj after uieir home* were wept away The flood folU Wfld a frrillc cloudlr waste through Ohio from Soutn-West to North-Easf Hesidentof CrooksvtUe'a lowlying art< crainMed :.>of-topt W %  patrol i ihe town's main streets immed. .... ivei %  Almost i i.'terv. which not an 3on person nariBI mass of fire— Resiter. ~* M U R Sea we 11 .1 pill Boat %  .. amon | U % %  %  re..i pom nBU WOH nutnbei M high that the liiiilding lull mill %  i t.i the purpt the League of Nations Sixth World Conference on Education ot Nice the same year. Sailor Tries To Swim To Ship -RESCUED BEHNAUD GAVIN. %  seaman o| the Harrison Liner "asastssaMB was rescued from drowning In the Careenage about 2.10 am on Sunday by P.C 39 Emptagc an I a party of rOWboal men Gavin jumped into tht I %  age in an attempt to swim to he. ship and got into difficulties. PC 59 Emplane tnrew his cape Into the water, and G,IYIII held mi to it until a rowboat came to hi. rescue. This narrow escape from drowning did not daunt I rl li'tcrmined to I*, ship and made another attem-u at jumping into the Cereanaajs. prevented him from Jumping over the second time and %  I %  ..iii m isjBtodj u\ the Police TO THE BEST PRACTICAL NURSE" HIS EXCELLENCY the GovtnUM Hi his speech nt the Nurses' Home on Friday said that he had observed that no layman had dunated a prlrc for competition by the nurses and he therefore t>i<.l>"sed to do so, the award to be made next year to "the besl practical nurse" "CONSTRUCTOR' COMBS ON THURSDAY The motor VSJjeo] Ccntructor" is due to arrive at HiiilKetown on Thursday. Messrs Gardiier Austin & Co.. Ltd told Ihe "Advoeate." yesterday Tht "Constructor" is coming from Canada and will be teavtnj evening for British aulaaa via Grenada ami Trtnl* dad CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE Cleanse the system from blood Impurities ; many sufferers from rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive great benefit from this well-known medicine. fa LIQUID •' raBLCr fORM CUM TRIES TO SERVE SELF: £3 The decision -if His Worship Mr A .1 II H dered Brit AlU-ynr of Bank Hall to pay :i fine of 13 or in default two months' Imprisonment with hard labour for stealing three one-pound tins of Australian butter costing 10 '9 and the property i I SI. i-leld Scott fc Co w;e confirmed yesterday by Their Honours Mr H A Vaughn and Mr G L. Taylor, Judges of tho Assistant Court of Appeal Stanley Davis said on Apr!? 29 about 10 I* a.m. he was called to the counter and told that Alievne was serving a customer and checking four pouads of oats He a*ke' 0M Then they h|d about TOQ people to fwd The number had H.LI' rtaal to alnw^l 300. Many who talked about thr Cultural Society did not care whether lhe> saw people lined up from Chrapslde to the tep of Broad Street under the lirrrest sun or heaviest rain. If thev had to go into the steel %  had to eat. th-v (Vauld have to go there until goniewhara sisa had ixen got for them There was no i.Iher convenient place to feed them at the moment. He quite realised that a lot ot space WII taken up. but better could not be done. As long as he was a member 'if the Vestry the poor would be his nrst consideration. TIKI Late To Mend But in any case, how could thev sit there after thev had allowed the shed to bo brought to the island and then tay U could not !*• crcrtM Mr Miller said that the Ci Sit \n-. ..as a respectable >eiwo in that circle There .imuch to he said for and against the • ion of another shed, lie now thought the time had come when Queen's Park was no longer i w.nlh. tn be termed a i.ok Apparently the. did not whit tiie definition tor a park wai They jus: had to go out of I the .dand and they Would f.et gri Idi il what a park meant Imports Yesterday PACKAGES ot i rayon, i Cord I ^r and traitor | I a small quantity ul itork snouts were among the cargo of the steamsh.p "<". O. Thillln"' which arrive*! here from New York on Sunday. The "Thulln' discharge..-• %  MrKrina. CL.tdla tifl'ii. M.ltu-r.ii • %  %  % %  ... %  -... Hefsnan M.. J-. f r-.-i i,..,'.,. IttntI I'.'iUrd. Itiu-iiM .... I. p.,ifi en..Mai M r. BKI i Carto p> l. UM< i [• •. a.in "iti -. sjrevn pe | learn % %  : M. ,-... i i-. tl ..i laauu i , K %  a UTY PHN1S P. MUSSOH.SON I CO 111) BARBADOS A N IU I A L FIESTA" MARINE HOTEL July 1st 1950. 8.30 p.m. Music by THE POLICE KAMI Olf< III S 1 A Directed by Capt. Raison M.B.E.. A.R.C.M. MARGARET COOK PRESENTS BEAUTY (IIOIUS AND DANCING. SINGING COMEDY AND OTHER SURPRISING ATTRACTIONS IOMI'IIU; \OKMA\ WOOII Followed by THE AUCTION OF THE YEAR BARBADIAN DONKEY & CART IN COLOURFUL POLO REGALIA During the entire evening Side shows of all Descriptions on the Grounds. Barbacued Hamburgers on sale TICKETS: $1.00 at Johnsons Stationery, Fogarty. Janetta Dress Shop. Marine Hotel Call MARINE HOTEL for table reservations Telephone 3513 Ballroom tables $1.00 .<#



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T %  e 4 a . Jane J Barfraims locate Prlrr: • I v i: i \ i s Jr.i .1.-. Gomes Satisfied With Progress LUNCH AT COMMONS (From Our Own Co 'respondent) LONDON. June 19. TIB WEST INDUES SUGAR DBLCOATES had lunch lo-daj with memhfM of the Empire Parliamentary Association. Sir Howard D. E^ville was in tlM duBf tnd other*. pit-sent included Dr. Hyacinth Morgan, M.P.. Rtvererafl R W. Soronscn. M.P Mr Savary. Speaker-elect of Trinidad. Lord Pethick-Lawrenco. former Minister of St.iir for India and Burma, Lord Listowel, former M.mster of State for Colonial Affairs. Mr. Aidan Crawley. Parliamentary Under Secretary for Air. Sir Ronald Crosse. former Hi^h Commissioner in Australia, Mr. Hilary Marquand, tfJiustel of Pensions. Mr. Emrys Roberts of the Liberal Parly, ana Sir Peter MacDonold who led a British ParUaawntarj delegation lu the West Indies in 144 • Prepare rr Xcxl i. GofMt, Mr Robin pent tbi remainder >i tb India Commute* preparing for the next Aith the Government .x peeled to take placa m Tnured Mr nnip. told our eorrespoi From The Dead To The Living CHICAGO. June Ifl Doctor here da rtbe .in operation in which a kidney from a dead woman ra "transplanted" to another woman as "the first of the kind ever performed Dr Richard M Lnwler %  aid the operation was performed under his direction on Saturday, and the patient was m "good condition" The operation was begun to minutes after the donor of the healthy kidney died, and lasted an hour and a half. No fewer than 35 doctors and surgeons arltnaaaad it and photographs were taken at each stage —Malar. SEEK TO END DISCRIMINATION IN TRADE %  a fti progress being made • X<-got i .it ion* ,i.iiraceedini: and ihiifl indication matter is liable to change." he that when litftfajeaty'l Government fully appreetates the Wext Indies' position in all auppets. that Mftgfactoo ntttlementa will be readied. %  It is equally certain that the future relationships of His Majes1 i -..rnment and the West Indie*, vi ill be determined by the course these negotiations take. "The West Indies are entitled .hi ame regard and respect as Australia and South Afrirn The question nf irl.ilui si/i|i. i .. relation to just treatment Senator Wants To Know LONDON. June 19, Rules harrinc trade dfacrimln* ation will figure In the Europe.. Belgium or Britain. 11 Department he aim demand.** must restrict Imporr WASHINGTON. June l! entattve Chariot I (Republican, Ohio* r.-illed public' to-day for "the bel story" of how RuaBa got roniroli of the approaches to UM ( seetor of Berlin In an open letter !< %  to record* or other ma Egypt Baas Petrol For Israel Council Decides In U&Govt. Still hi Rubber Business %  I The Houai • %  %  V "Oil I.L.I'.. %  %  .. Pi %  •>)(<< a %  tun I tat oat I :ii Bout* .in. that thi ••• veai $, U *... progi i naistance. i>> at* %  %  "lie %  %  the iii la L< Keep in op> synthetic i ul la to help uB ppUaa ol aatui rubbai ,. emmenl investment .t $700 mil iJ.-lo.e 901H %  nnuall) Rriilrr %  Story on I'aat *. oth'r European Mar-hall Aid available on the "often told story" .ountries as well Uberali*aUom|that In the final atagaa oi the *..i of imports must also apply all in Europe. United Slates and Bi round. A* soon as the Europe... Payments Union starts—it i: hoped that it ma> have effect from July I—Britain and other countries mast include all member countries of the Organisation for European Economic Co-operation in their import llbrralliation* This ipMlAealb .ipplieto Is-1 S um. Switzerland and yVesterr. I'imany. which they at present exclude —Renter 130 kill,,! By Floods And Storms CALCUTTA. June 19 Storms and floods have killed at least 130 people and Injured many more in northern district' of West Bengal during the pJi*: i wo weeks, relief officials on *Ji< spot estimated today ••Unprecedented" landslides had killed IOS in Darjeellng, west Bjingi-l'. summer capital they said .Reutrr ish troops were ordered to slow down their tictortoui adi permit tlie II Berlin Brat" Representative Llstt.n told a importer he wanted to learn "on whose advice thaaa thlngi happenod'' —Reuter. Truman Wan Is $300*000,000 For II-ltomh Trumped-Up Treason Trials Are Sickeningly Fitmiliar Czechs Have No Grounds For Charges LONDON June 19. Mr. Ernest Da vies. Foreign AfTairs Undar-SeciBtary declared in the House of Commons to-day tha: there was no foundation for Czechoslovak charge*, thi past members of the British Embassy at Prague had engaged in activity inconsistent with their diplomatic status. British Government ft. Ing it* reply to the WASH1NOT* >" %  I p | gress for WOOIMKMMKI to irofi bomb, l !ongr< •.: %  : to-day. A men t | Appropriations Coir-nn'' asked no) lo be 1 money WOU conatru UV • Atomir K.. lattonj m e re, Li Alanj .'%  %  M< %  and Han ford. W This Infonnanl %  %  bo sent to O In what authorities feared | ** %  might be the stun of . fie* Amanean and ajutrilla offensive, a band am-I are divided boabtd and killed thrao ore*, and killed two Ccvlorie** %  GoverrSment officials in a. ha IN Will.I' more destnutive than the bombs -. Japan o BU II %  rl %  %  r ni.i 1 ..num, the explosive factor In Ihe v b It ruler Guerilla* Kill Six In Malaya" SINGAPORE, June !! %  Guerillas killed sis people II mattered attacks in Mal.iya today Deluding the Scottish manage) rubber estate. Mr H S W., grenade assault in Opoh -Reui>r Weiss And Morea Win First Rounds LONDON. Juno 19. Two Argentine player*. Her,ildo Wefts and A Morea. scored easy first round victories in the London Crass Couit* Lawn Tennis Championships at Queen's Club today. Welas defeated Headlev Baxter. British Davis Cup player, 6—2: 6—1; and Morea defeated E C Ford Of Britain 6—2; 6—f) Top seeds in this 'Wimbledon rehearsjl" tournament an A -lrailan champion Frank 9 and" trie Btwrgata of South Africa —Reut' Czechoslovak demand f"r tin.Mti wi regret very much that the clrcumslanceprevent genuine opposition and that any attempt at oppoiitioi met in this wao "—Reolrr -BE CXHiUJL WHAT YOU SAY" {MIRK \NS WARN GERMANS STUTTGART, AMERICAN ZONK. June 19 BENJAMIN J BUTTENWIESER aasistant Amei %  H Commissioner, lo-nighl warned W< edaral ani recarvfu •. hal ihey say Plane Missing For 9 Days MIAMI. FLORIDA i A iwm-engined pa*senger plane carrying 15 persons on a Higl.t from Miami to Vanaxuaia fMs.ing for nfna Guard was advised on S Owned by a U California, the plane earned %  crew of : %  !.% %  which include.! three nn and live children It left .' %  at for fuel at Kingston. Jamaica, and was last reported .r : p m that night over the Vere 7U eIar' coast—C P Concrete From Air Bubbles WASHINGTON. June 10 American Government engtni i.nmed to have dis%  air bubbles take -id U be promising for the iji of wall* and roofs of farm buildings Might, is Insulator against heat and cold, and t% more resistant to valor per ( %  red in the normal way except that an indus-'.ng agMt or detvrogent K added rn the comer;ar.d gravel Truman Cunnot Ship Armti Where He Mill Decides Committee WASHINGTON. June 19 Two United states Beniaia < otn%  gressional approval "1 Presniei.' Truman ouo A," For A Hul lhr did not sanellun propooal in Ihe pmiNmmi n.n,: the I'rrsidrlil Ulirrstriclrd powrr to ship IfH I" anr i>JlMM At his diMfrlitin B> a vote of 12—0. ttli \ r. Committees appri %  Thla pTi>vides $1.runi i Ud to North AUai 000 arms A the Philip% % %  K i %  %  ': m.sfer 10 per %  %  %  . ( %  The (••MimiUrr roolrleled IhU authority to appl> 0d| • > 4iis furopr^n inlitin %  lim' slrjtrsii IIH jllon nude ll InipOrtaM in lhdelenrr nf the N..rlh MUnii. I-J %  %  %  1 The tramtfer prnviilan met m*l ml Krpuhlkan iipposiliii on Ihe (round* Ihjt It Uould gtVC the ITesbdent a blank i li'nii' to hip inn* Id jut part of the xnrld thrr-jirnrd h ( •mmunhm [>emocratie leaden hi I State. a<* -Itealer Franco Supports SfHun *s Progress MADHIU. June 19 I Il.illi a If .( ') I I Hod at 30-'. 000 in the Baaque nduatrlal r* i. landed all Om i imma f.i Indosagrariai Spain I.I. a poor agncultural nation, (bread to ex%  | import manufactured goods %  I ill not a• %  i.i tinW. %  % %  laboui irt the rrinetcemi canton I'le.is ..: annot be done qim kl%  i I on th. f HM Calholi-. Church —Beuter 'i in < .. %  mai i" oplf and thab leaden i i i % %  %  i , | •...' %  i %  i north ..f Stull m %  • %  %  %  nllld *h i Occupiera Ti Gi > n i 'i %  11 't tOi> 1 may sa% 01 i rlenci "igh let me assur %  %  r .*eneh oeeup ,: v III fOU ertaln algh derogatory r,tr oerupal "M iho guilt I %  %  %  heir fallun %  i ... < andoiii • iodaa> v I do hen MlUei %  .Ill • Oil %  .:. I it effort — Re.il., %  %  e Germans are ., fa He V Storm Over Coffee ^SHINOTON i II %  I .i |4 Lai .,, don and I MTab^c '..,. %  Bai re %  %  % %  . lee proposal t.. control eoffm ., houal) Ihri iti I %  II .IT, ,,., '.' I illvoa. Who .alien ,i ii...i.. preaentad Mi Acheaon th %  h .in i MO word ropori rovtataIng and 11 The Otll %  %  Mi OutUarmo Savllla loi of Nn iiiagtlfl i If1 tin eonfaranci artta op s. villa SCM i Da f tii-' Lattn Dtploo atl< Mi \i ii. -nn had offered t<> help In evarj The i.tim AAwrtoaa report • liaigcsl Dial the Sennto sul> „l..i i.. Senat. DID i,in,.!'. (Damoerat, Iowa Which had investigated Hie ii*.loltee | ;i < ., I'.i lUab umi.. %  ,. i 4,800, ii.. ll.. i ..t t i. •nlved lo-dat bj .< veta o 7'. ty of lit %  %  i' ,• proaant Paiha in.-oi f %  . ,r an made b) then companioa % %  Ml Ld "ii..1 %  l %  tultln %  i Sn John 1 lotora Com i %  in undertaking navai I %  "lk (.. %  .'.. %  Ti.fr ".•rnmenl prOpi %  | ,..-.i retro M .n i %  . 1 '. lull, whili dOtlbting %  (he Klft' nliiei ted principle of retro Keoter RACES MUSI LIVE SEPARATE i .U'KTOWN. June 19 . i %  %  , i i me)i i it) "' onl> oru third ling o| thi Govern _., I,, arena %  ate living m I parate i i ... Cenara Adopt*' M in ih llotj \ i ontrol land ." %  %  Souffi Africa Reutrr [ .8, To BuiUI \\ orhl's First Mom Sub. WASHINOTON June IH \ i %  i gen lea ipproved .. hi i ll r> i .nk the United Stale" nia tin A..II. nine Tha mi -1... %  %  „% %  Reprr It still i.. apptova ihe tun Ai rjagno ,.i. VirgUlla ol th ," %  .i | i nuval •' • nt vague teen 4, miil'ine lha ihe buikung .'i 1 largo 1 %  %  %  to bg apabia -1 %  far long) %  I 1 11 — Renter SAFETY MATCHES "UNSAFE"? I'AMIS. June IK %  Partaj gad % %  I %  > % %  : lolUni match) MadanW Marten* ImughT ii'-s: Icfl, she 'inning hr %  01 %  lha hands Hi • -MII form %  1 1. iu MaghMrata ha Ii am 1 Rmlcr Uruguay Present H Statue To United States 4rtigeU—"FuthfT Of hdependence" > %  >: Uruguayan In; and Insepai I in whan Urugua) truly thankful It 1 ally. %  ahi|M diluted, v. g. let no one ir> — Krulrr %  Umatod 1 %  H %  hlngton'a Const I I Urugua %  for the Unite-i States 1Deny Reports Oi Allack On Uruguay Chief BUENOS All 1 ; .; .... tent ru P 1 . ) :. %  u • .t %  on he %  '. Th. %  in ihe lie.. Mo ill*-. I Id 1 01 eiit'-i I..liter* V t. vlden 1 . iU-< the same y cabled U ra> (lie Urugu.. ddOd, was attei %  1 Daaaaei (J report *ith mt Bid What happei, %  nature inn nta few da 1 n .I^I 1 '" %  feof "a %  He w... %  lire .-1.' 1 %  I %  %  %  for thi were personal.. flOl polr — Rfuler d !-":-• I a 4B OIHKH MODELS JUST ARRIVED EACH THE BEST IN ITS CLASS ALSO DUNLOP 65 GOLF BALLS DUNLOP FORT TF.NNIS BALLS DUNLOP BARNA TABLE TENNIS BALLS • f Sff THE DISPLAY IN fOCARTY S SHOW WINDOW r GEDDES GRANT LTD-<0CNTS